Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01313
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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A Imost, ; President Nixon

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Williams ... With 3-1 Margin

the: Democratic nominee _. .
seemed virtually "
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House of '':cpresen- .- .... :: ......,_. .............,...'... .,:"...f'- President "'Ieh- .tttatt. ..
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'Wednesday! : fter- _.... :. .... .. 'f.. ,'-. to-one voto over DR. COVINGTON TO RETIREAS
noon,, with an unofficial li t\\ 'f'j\ ,
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lead of 458 ='.,...... MH1gM>r t1 :.: .. "u".i. < COUNTY HEALTH OFFICERDr.

votes over his He- _; ___' '. .....OJ ryw!' -,. ,,1\o I .$';.;.'Ki: ,' ,,'JJi! l tU"iII f 7 W'1q IJ'': rt"''" ,.' 3j.\I'', 'tk1F+lJ"'lJI t or.--' -- C.L.a _.wa Govern endorsingfor
the first time the A.Y.' Covington Is planning to retire l December 31 after

publican opponent, Republican nomineeIn almost 27 years as public health officer for Bradford Union

Mrs. Pat Holliday. Farmer's Market Nearing Completetion Presidential and Clay counties.Dr. .
Covington, now 66, told the Bradford County Commission -
Rut absentee votes still were election.The Monday he has been deciding for some time when to
not counted In Clay and St. Nearing completion, the new Starke State Farmer's Marketis but fill dirt piled inside and floor level concrete walls. Tues- retire. The decision has been a difficult one to make he
Johns Counties. expected to see its first action today (Thursday, Nov. 9), day the new 50 by 152 foot facllit; costing $66,444 was as count here not including said but he settled on Dec. 31. He said he has been In public
Unofficial count at press time with the season's first pecan auction. seen above from US-301. replaces a wooden structure absentees was 3,470 !Nixon; health work for 41 years, starting in 1931 and working as a
,Wednesday was 9,219 for Williams within which burned last year, the,, cause still unknown. to 1,175 McGovern contributing public health officer in Kentucky before coming to I lorlda.
The and steel structure has '
concrete gone up
8,761 for Hollidoy.These now Bradford's bit to the landslidevote Efforts are being made to find a he said, but
the past month built quickly by Trlest Construction Co. of Pecan auctions are to be held at the market today (Thurs- successor
figures included absentee votesin Keystone Heights after steel for the roof and roof supports day), !Nov; 16 and 30 with a ...fourth auction to be scheduledto that returned the Presidentto added: "There are" not many applicants in the field of public
Bradford, the Williams'stronghold the expected to be light. Nuts must be office for a second term. health these davs.
arrived. Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner inspected wrap up season
but not in Clay and the market construction September 24 when it was nothing weighed in between 8 a.m. and .noon the day of each sale Nixon easily captured Mori- One application has been received Dr. Covington said, from
Johns which carriedby 30-year old in California. The is due
St. were y da's 17 electoral votes as the a man now applicant
Mrs. Uolllday. ; Republican ticket has done six here for an Interview.
The vote in Bradford Countywas times since Herbert Hoover Last year Dr. Covington was honored at a dinner given by
3,248 for Williams; 1.549 defeated Al Smith in 1928. Up members of the health units In the three counties and other

for Uolllday Including absen- to now, however Bradford friends.
tees). Clay County, with a Gooey Clay Rain Plays County has remained in the
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large republican registration, Democratic column with the
gave Mrs. Uolllday 5,315 votes exception 1968 when it favored -
for a 660 lead Williams.
over George Wallace, on a

votes favored with 4655.,to llolllday..1.316 St.for. ,Johns with Williams.1,897 also, Havoc On Graded Roads third With party over ticket.90 per cent of the rea

Clay:County, with a heavy absentee ? nationwide vote tabulated, Nixon Hampton
vote of 1,143 was not had captured 61 per cent of the
expected to complete: tabulationof .l>\> popular vote and 511 electoral

its absentees until some Ume; Rain resuldng muddy roads :!f t clay on the roads to stablize votes to McGovern's 38 per
Thursday. St. John Countyhad and complaints from constitu- ; the sand. The clay, it was cent and 17 electoral votes.The
201,.absentees, which bad. ants u.ually.cornl to give. -..'.*. never determined;whether or virtually complete returnagavethePresiden443.lm111ion Riled '
,, .... .;"I, no'"tb en.,4empleWly +rcounted.. Bradford, County tunrmftsfon--; : *"' alr. /k't'lt' 14 gumbo.clay! ;.was found : popular A"gqin" ,
at press time Wednesday., ers frayed tempers; that combination In the Area and the county could votes to McGovern's 26.7 \
< It is possible that outcome of Monday saw tempers be- haul it cheaply Roberts said.' million. Nixon carried' every
the the Clay and St. Johns absentees meeting. (The "It's pure gumbo" WIlliams the Distirct of Columbia, which
but this is not considered stated "It won't mix with any- went for McGovern.In Bv,8ad Odor

likely, as'absentee; votes usu- When Merritt Williams local ;the thing." spite of the personal victory -
ally run in about Ole same pro- insurance agent,questioned the of the President, termedone
poration as regular votes and commission about dumping the ((5.. Page 9)) of the greatest landslides a/
Mrs. Uolllday( would have to "pure gumbo a gooey, slick Demo-
American history
Idled again by what they term en to correct whatever Is causIng -
when-wet type of clay, onto several -
score more heavily titan that to crats managed to keep control
east of I obnoxious odors from SatlonalProtein's the odor. The petition was
county grades
overcome Williams' lead. of Congress, as they have for
Starke he didn't like the answer Tj4J rendering plant near held up two weeks ago when
given by Commissioner the past 18 years. Hampton, area residents have plant officials said they were
Dave Shuford, Lawte. Bes- In the only contest for a registered another complaint, working to eliminate the odor.
; state office Tuesday's bal-
moUm sent Road, Flume !Head the on this time accompanied by a petition for the said
the c atrirr' lot, Bradford gave Sen. Gerald bearing 110 names. group
... (Jerry) Lewis of Miami better the plant odor Is back again,
A delegation of four presented terming It "unbearable.'
fiat two to one over his Republican -
; opponent.? Mrs. Paula the petition Monday to the Chairman George Roberts said
Public Hawkins :Maltland housewife, Bradford County Commission. the commission will do all It
for a seat on the Florida Pub- It demands that action be tak- can, but pointed out that the

lic Service Commission the rendering plant Is operating

".. .. 1.l vote here was: Lewis 2,844 under a six month temporary
.. -- To City Hawkins 1,212. Lewis was defeated permit from the Air and Wa-
dn 2 Face
in statewide balloting ter Pollution Control Hoard In
however, with :Mrs.Hawkins apparently Jacksonville.The .
.. 'YES, ANOTHER benefiting from her delegation said a copy
Meet appeal that a woman Is neededon of the petition has been sent
RUMMAGE the utility-regulating com- Drugs to the AWPC.Chairman .
mission. Lewis may have been Roberts also directed -
hurt by a bitter primary fight that a copy of a letter
<} SALE The public Is invited Tuesday when he defeated Commission from the AW PC board be given -
night, Nov. 14, to meet with the Chairman Jess Yarborough for ChargeTwo the delegation. The letter
Saturday City of Starke Planning Boardto the Democratic nomination. stated, In effect, that unlessthe
Nov. 11 hear University of Florida plant can be operated with-

,9 ., 2 p.i*. officials explain how to go about persons from Massachusetts : out obnoxious odor it Is ques-
rezoning the town. ; tionable if a permanent
Old Gulf Station The meeting Is set In the Bradford voters Joined the were arrested for pos' mit will be issued next March.
session around 9
Walnut & Madison Bradford County; Commission rest of Florida in giving strong of marijuana the Starke The letter stated the render-
Monday night by
meeting room In the new courthouse endorsement to one referendum Police after Ing plant, designed to utilize
Department a
Sponidr.d By on Temple Ave. at 8 p.m. and four proposed amendmentson poultry and other waste materials -
JAYCEE Dr. Clay Curtis of the UF' day.'r Tuesday's ballot. The vote chase. for a pet food supplement,
Real Estate Department and here was: Roger Allen Arnold, 27, pri- was Inspected Oct 10 and rea-

AUXILIARY Richard Tarbox, executive director :No.. 1 Authorizing the state son escapee from Concord sons found for complaints made
of the North Central to borrow up to $200 millionto Mass., and Patricia Gall Norwich several weeks ago by area res
Florida Regional Planning buy environmentally endan- 25, of Salem were charged idents. ,
CAR WASH Council will speak at the meeting gered lands and $40 million for with having two cellophanebags The trouble was traced the
on what Is involved In land recreation lands: for 1,900; against of the Intoxicating: weed. letter states to the fact that
Saturday use i planning and how togo about 1337. Arnold was also charged with used equipment had been installed -
Nov. 11 It. operating a motor vehicle with in the plant, that the
'The new Starke planning board :No.. 2Authorizing the Issuance out a driver's license reckless employes were not sufficiently
Stark 66 has set for itself the Job of doing of bonds to acquire land driving, and attemptingto trained, and that some partly
,,9 a.m. Noon a new land use study and r and make capital improvementsfor elude a police officer processed material had been

developing a zoning code for the + ; td outdoor recreation, conser- The incident happened when shoved out on the grounds. It
Hurst city. This meeting Is to give ; ,y vation, and related purposes: Julius Eunice, city patrolman concluded that unless the conditions -
,10 a.m. 2 P.m.F.llowlhlp zoning board, and any memberof I for 2,328; against 1,194. was patrolling town north US- were corrected, an
the who wants to attend : Chev- operating permit will not be
public :No.. 3Allowing initiative 301 when he spotted a 1971
an idea of how to start petitions for placing constitu- rolet Vega with a Mass tag granted next March.

ofChrlltlan that process.In HC Queen tional amendments on the ballot in the wrong lane of traffic The rendering plant was con-
Athl.t.sDANCE a zoning matter last week : for 1,894; against 1289. on LS-301 going south in the tacted Monday afternoon and
the city plan board decided that northbound lane. Plant Supt. Jimmy Robertsonsaid
from now on it will rule on "' Parrish :No.. 4Continuing the use
Eunice then stopped the car :
locating mobile homes in the of motor vehicle license funds
and asked Arnold, the driver "There Is Just a little
city.; Under a city; ordinance for public school and Junior very
of :Mrs. Armontine Parrish Osbora driver's license. He "
each applicant has been required : college capital outlay and debt for his odor, off the lagoons The lagoons -
Homecoming Queen at Union High said he left them at the mo-
are fed waste materials
Starke Moose to secure signatures of his service: for 2,351; against 1,106.
Lodge neighbors within tel he was staying In. Then from the plant which Is supposed
Sat. 200 prospective feet of the desired location, Friday night at halftone of No. 5-- Providing for the devise the police said they would follow to be absorbed by bac-
,. Nov. 25 thus making residents act as the game with P.K. \'onge.UBI: of the homestead if thereis him to the motel to seethe teria In the water. But the
Moos Ham zoning board. :Method Cleaners in Starke and is no minor child involved: for license. bacteria count is still not high
U.S. 301 Acting on the plan board's High. 1,962; against 1,331. When Arnold got going he enough and the lagoons have a
(3'Couple recommendation, the City with brown eyes. How does started to speed away from resultant odor, Robertson said
Council ? the police passing cars and But it should be cleared up
Tick... at Door Tuesday night adopted All proposals likewise car- turned MacMahon Street
a new ordinance replacing the Queen Linda save "I try ried in statewide voting. then on In 30 days, he added.
between two hous-
and stopped
that I'm better than
Live Band old one, making locations of anyone. "I don't believe could
He then and Lt. Claude you
trailers unlawful outside trailer black students told her they were es. ran
smell it block from
c-.1 Hardee of the Starke Police away
parks, unless application Is coed also in the race. In spit of showers during the told him to and raise here," Robertson stated. But,
(the (a Cammunittj! made to the zoning board, the now the Tiger married homecoming and an aide in two the day, Bradford voters continued his hands. lie did.stop he added, he Is used to the
I. advertised and queen
application .
their good record of turningout The police then took Arnold odor and the residents are
Stair! Hank
all neighbors within 200 feet of
'. court at the polls with 73.8 of and Miss Norwick to the police -
were Joyce Singletary not.In
trailer site
the proposed are
total other action the Commission -
the county's voting
station and charged Arnold
Ralford, and Sheila Small Lake
The ;
.. notified applicant must .
A. :w w. a..4 Ut' strength. The total vote cut with ttie three traffic offenses. : .

,.....I.p...$3o.oat.. ---C-M pay"This advertising way :your fees ne1ghbordoem't festivities Included a parade, a her Tuesday, wu Including 5,062. The 241 total absentees Eunice, on the report, -Took under advisement two

Friday's game, the game and a
Plan Board have to Chairman be a dirty dog L.M. number qualified Is 6M7. ((5.. Page 9)) ($.. Po 9. 9))


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The Jack Edwards Deborah Kay Gunter Mr., Patterson Miss Jana Coulter Weds Dr. Dopson Sims-Collins/ Patricia King

I Entertain AtRehearsal Exchange Vows In Church Ceremony In Home Ceremony At ArcadiaMiss Wed ding Date Set To Wed Mr. BrownMr.

.., and Mrs. Ulysses Kingof
Supper Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Simsof
Miss Jana Coulter, daughter Lswtey announce engage-
Deborah Kay Gunter. of Mr. and Mrs. William: ; Ochlocknee Ga announcethe a ment of their daughter, Patricia
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. (Jack) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Coulter Jr. of Arcadia, and engagement of their daugh- Bonzola, to Willie J. Brown
Edwards of Starke entertainedat Gunter of Route Three :: ; Dr. Ronald !. Dopson of Starke, ter Mary Frank,. to" William eon of Mrs. Catherine Crom-
a rehearsal supper Tuesday Starke and Danny Ray Patterson ; son of Mrs. Pat Dopson andR. Calvin Collins son of Collins Rev and of ,'Uy, also of Lawtey..
night October 31. in the Social of Starke son of Mr. and E. Dopson, of Jacksonville, Mrs. William OrIs of
Hall of the Ridge View Baptist Mrs. James Patterson of Wills were united In marriage on AUenhurst Ga., formerly: The wedding will take place

Church of Gainesville hon Point, Texas exchanged wed- Saturday Oct. 21, In Mt. Eph Starke. of. st 3 pun. Saturday, Dec. 9,
oring their son Wayne and ding in Miss Sims Is a graduate of the bride. All
; vows a ceremony performed raim Baptist Church, Arcadia. at the home
fiancee Miss Cheryl) Dodd. at 0 p.m. Friday. Oct. I ; Rev. Otis Golden performed r Moultrle High School South Moultrle Georgia, friends: and relatives are In-
and the
The T-shaped tables were 20, in the Pine Level Baptist the 7:30 p.m. candlelight ceremony Ga., vited.
covered in Identical white linen Church, with Rev. John Strick- before a background of Medical CsnterSchool fl
cutwork: cloths. The head land officiating.: arch and spiral candelabra,with Laboratory Assistants. of
table .at which the honored Baskets of white gladiolI lavender urns filled with pink carnation Mr. Collins Is graduate ,
High School.
couple and their parents were mums, pink Fuji mums, and white chrysanthemums on Bradwell attended
seated, was centered with an and pink carnations were used Grecian: columns. Hlnesville. Ga. He
arrangement yellow and white against a background of Ivy a/d. Wedding music was present* Orlando Junior College and received .
in Medical -
chrysanthemums, flanked on and baby breath entwining two ed by Gerald Ball of Jackson- his B.S. degree Florida
either side by sliver candela- candelabra which formed an ville. rl rT Technology from
University In Or-
bra holding yellow tapers. A arch with lighted tapers. Given in marriage by her pf 1 Technological four
garland of greenery graced the Nuptial music was presented roi father the bride wore a for- lando. He served a year Air
length of the other tables and by Miss Linda Thornton. mal A-Hne gown of chiffon tour of duty with the U.S.
was centered by a miniature arrangement Given in marriage by her trimmed in lace and accented Force and is now employedIn

of the bride's table. father, the bride wore a gownof pink carnations with ruby satin with seed pearls. The fitted The Leesburg. will be an eventof AlvarezSmithDate/ ///!
Place cards marked the seating Imported Chantilly lace In streamers.The bodice featured a.coopeclneck- Ron wedding
of the thirty; guests. a medallion design, poised over bridesmaid Miss Cheryl line long puffed sleeves, -and November 25. Set Dec., 9. -I _
The groom and bride-elect layers of net and bridal taffeta. Johnson wore a gown similarto an empire waist. Her veil of (N J"nl I
presented personal gifts to their The bodice was enhanced by a that of the maid of honor illusion fell to the floor and Shrine Club Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scott
attendants. ruffled Mandarin neckline and but In pink with ruby bodice., was held in place by a small Alvarez of Starke announce the
Invited were members of the the long full bishopsleevesend She carried one lavender mum Jeweled ornament. She carrieda Charity Ball engagement and approaching
wedding party and their Immediate ed In wide lace cuffs. The full with purple streamers. cascade bouquet of white orchids Held marriage of their daughter
families. skirt was made of cascadingtiers The attendants' wore bowsof and carnations on a white, / i SaturdayThe Janice,. to Harvey Smith, son
of ruffles that terminatedin ribbon in their hair attached Bible. of Mr. and Mrs. David Bradley
back In a circular: chapel to short veils in matching Miss Pam Klauman of Jacksonville annual Charily; Ballot: Smith Sr., of Madison.
Hospital uxiliary train. colors. maid of honor and the Starke Shrine Club was The wedding will take placeon
The bride carried a bouquetof The flower girl Miss Lucinda Miss Barbara Robbins Arcadia held last Saturday night at the Saturday. Dec 9, at eight
To Meet Monday spider mums, centered withan Joy Nugent was gowned like bridesmaid, wore Identical Starke Golf and Country Club o'clock in the Pine Level Baptist -
orchid from which fell the other attendants but in con- formal gowns of pink silk .from' nine until one 0 clock. Church. All friends and relatives SweatDavisEngagement
streamers with love knots. Her trasting colors. She carried a with chiffon overlay and vel- are invited to attend.
The Bradford County Hospital floor length mantilla of Chantilly basket of:red rose petals trim- vet bodices. Both attendants The large club room was festive -
Auxiliary will have its lace and silk illusion was med In pink with lavender satin carried nosegays of pink car- for the occasion with giant Told
general meeting and covered accented with a bonnet of seed streamers and puffs. nations.Dr. Shrine fezzes. made of red John Flynn of St. Petersburg
dish supper Monday night,. Nov. pearls and lace. Her only ornament Frank L. Patterson servedhis ThomasWolelhlnofJack- paper outlining the walls.In Junior College, spent the week Mrs. Willis Sweat of Sander-
13, at 7 p.m. In the Methodist was agold cross necklace. brother as best man, and sonvllle served as best man,' end with his parents Rev.and son announces the engagementand
Fellowship Hall. Husbands aof Miss Elaine Moss was maidof ushers were Wayne and. Glenn and ushers were Robert Dop-. the absence of the president Mrs. John M. Flynn. approaching marriage of
members are invited to attend. honor wearing a full length Gunter brothers of the bride. son, brother.of the groom Arthur -. silver candelabras with lighted Roy Brantley guests her daughter, Linda Kay to
gown of purple chiffon over satin Following the ceremony a Coulter. brother of the Mrs. Janice Brewer were greeted at the door by,, DwIght Wray Davis, son of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Dansby fashioned on empire lines reception was held at the home bride 'and Tom Dopson, uncleof and tapers.Miss Anna Lou Johnson cut the vice president M. A. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. James Mon- and Mrs. Leslie Davis also of
with puffed sleeves. The orchid The the and Mrs. Baldwin. tuoro of Tampa, and Mr. and Sanderson.,
of Perry were Sunday, guestsof of the bride's parents. groom. the tiered wedding cake and
Mr. and Mrs. n.O. Dansby. bodice was made of crocheted bride's table was covered witha A reception was held after ,Mrs. Pauline Llpe served During the evening dancing Mrs J.H. Hall of Gainesvillewere The marriage will take placeat
lace. Her flowers were two white linen cloth, and center- the ceremony at the home of punch. Mrs. Arthur Coulter had was enjoyed to the music of weekend guests of their 7:30: p.m., December 2, in
ed by a three-tiered wedding the bride's parents.Thebrldt'stable charge of the bride's book. Johnny Jelnick's' band .from parents. ,Mr. and Mrs. M.A. DInkins New Congregational
o.o o-ono A.o+ONo o.A Baldwin. They all attendedthe
Jacksonville. Methodist Sanderson.
cake topped by a miniature was decorated with a I lace Following a short wedding Church
Silver cloth pink satin centered Approximately 125 were present Shrine Club dance at the All friends and relatives of
bride and groom. can- over trip, Dr. and Mrs. Dopson are ,
Look dleholders with lighted tapers with a low arrangement of roses at home In Keystone Heights. for this annual affair. Country Club Saturday night the couple are Invited to at-, j'
were on either side of the cake and carnations flanked by tend.
Mothers and other decorations were in

lavender and pink, with white UDC MembersPlan
wedding bells.
2 Days Only Mrs. Ruth Beck cut the wed- Christmas

Mon. & Tues.November ding cake and Mrs. Lillie Ann I 0
i Johns served punch. Mrs. Luncheon MeetingV.T. iwS .
13& 14 Julie Harper kept the bride's tlr. ,II U / ,. I
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1' .. book.After a''weddings trip to Disney W.eks Chapter UDC, \ ,"
World. Mr. and Mrs. Pat met Wednesday att.ernoonNov. f* \J: ;

[Get One'Beautiful 8 x 10 ; terson are at home at the Savage 1 1. at the home of Mrs. Lester double I
Trailer Park on Ralford Crews with Mrs.Bertha Pearce girl's I'' new
and Mrs. Walla LIpsey as co- \
Road. ; knit tricotbrassieres
(Portrait, Of Your ChildIn The bride Is a 1972 graduate hostesses. discussed for the r winter coats
of Bradford High School and of were
the Bradford Vo-Tech' coursein annual Christmas luncheon: to Entire nock on sale' Newest r ,7 J,
[ Living Color < &* cosmetology.Mr. be held at the Holiday Inn on S fashion styling in,deep rich acry 21 7

Patterson graduated from December 6. I. t Iicpileandwarmcorduroy.Betted ,
at An Interesting article about models contrast trims and two-
BUS in 1969 and is employed
of the Confederacy was tones Assorted colors in sizes 7
women .
i Union Correctional Institute. fm* Nut ofl;Umlnln*
Only -- -- -- . -- 99 read by Mrs. Johnny Barrett t v, 't Ir, thru, 14. I took.FoOulo__.your.
program chairman, after which t 1' .tmrt... Btylmfl.traloh' AdluMW. .I,.|MStrfltcll .-
DUPLICATE BRIDGE refreshments were served by C 1,1 BMM, .
Plus 50 Cants Film Charge d jJa' R 'r' i filthily /
CLUB RESULTS the hostesses. p Mod Whilo only. :32
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With The New Tapestry Finish Mrs. Ed Wainwright and G. G. I
Wrenshall were the winning 4 Q: the all sheer lookrj"
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Soland .
SECOND CHILD IN SAME'FAMILY 3.95 couple at Duplicate Bridge
Tuesday night. Mrs. J. D. Odom were visiting relatives In St. R1 t h' panty.hose,
ALSO GROUPS TAKEN AT SI.00 EACH and Mrs. George Miller were Augustine Sunday afternoon. s i ,9>h ,tai t

PER PERSON. THERE IS NO AGE LIMIT Mussoline second and Mr.third.and Mrs. John "
were Friends of Mr. and Mrs.Harry i1 a 1 '

KOCH'S DRUG Laura Goldwire, daughter of Hatcher Jr., who have been IT {, l 1' '} % Nude Tho from vltlm,toe o in 10 111 too, '
Mr. and hire Michael Gold- living at Kingsley Lake will be fltwnour Porf c| lorXV

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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred New- -Friends of Mrs. Eric- Neu-

land of Mann. W. Va. were nerburger will be Interested
recent visitors of their son to learn that she Is In St. BA DWIN
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Vincent's Hospital undergoing
MM. Randy Newland and baby observation and treatment.Mr. .

Brant. J Jt'.r
K.G. Duncan of West ( f
Rev. and Mrs. John M. Flynn Point Ca. is visiting her son-
had as Saturday guests Mr. and in-law and daughter Mr. and s
Mrs. Richard Landls of Jack Mrs. RudolPCrawford..
Brant Turner and David Mc-

Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey Rae of Valdosta State College L
of Jacksonville were week- spent the weekend with their
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. respective parents Mr. and
Jerome Johns. and Mrs.Jimmy Robert McRae.V. Turner and Mr. C hevrolet-O Ids

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glover
and children of Brooksvllle Mr. and Mrs Edward Schwabof
spent the weekend at the Holiday -, Merritt Island, and Eddie
Inn and visited friends here. Schwab, Jr.'of Gainesville were d
On Saturday they attended the weekend guests of Mrs. Myrtle

Fla.-Auburn football game with Anderson,' IS
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwille- *
gar. Friends "of DeWitt C. Jones
will regret to learn that he '
has been confined his homein
Madison to
Those from the
Street Baptist Church attending -. Gainesville during the past SPREADINGA
week with pneumonia. '.
the Lay Institute for Evangelism -
In St. Simon's Island Ga.
,J.Wt the
Mrs Klncald spent
from Friday through Sunday
weekend in.. Tampa with' her .
were Mr., and Mrs. Gary' S.
brother-in-law and slsterMr.and .
Martin Mr. and Mrs. James
Statzer. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Mrs.,C.C.tJIoppe." A
Scott and.Mr. and Mrs. C.L.
Mrs. James Clydewell of Las
Cooper. '
Vegas Nov. and Mrs. Frances

Mr.returned and Mrs.Saturday Thomas! from(larding a1-:I were Pabst recent of Jacksonville visitors of Beach Mrs. Janet Lynn Basford Becomes Bride ,!

A.J. Barry.
two weeks!vacation in Odenton Of Mr. Harris In JacksonvilleMiss
visited their
Md., where they
Mrs. J.D. Warren 2nd Lt. _
son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs. John D. Warren and
and Mrs. Thomas larding Jr, Janet Lynn Basford, from the arm with velvet rib-
son, John D., Jr., left Sundayfor
and In Atlanta Ga. where they Cranford N.J. where they daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. bon.The
visited, their daughter. Miss Bastord of Jacksonville, and bridesmaids were Misses
will visit Mrs. Warren's bro-
.June Harding. While In ,Atlanta ther-in-law and sister, Mr.and Carl Eugene Harris, son of Mr. Sherry Oates Elaine Harris,
troy attended the Ice Mrs. Syd Serafin. From there and Mrs. Herman Harris of and Debbie Martin. They wore
Follies.. they will to Tort' Maguire Starke were United in marri- gowns Identical to that of the
AI"B, where go Lt. and Mrs. War- age Friday evening, Oct. 27, maid of honor,except in orange.
Mr; and Mrs. Foster SIll and will leave for at 7:30 o'clock in the Murray Their flowers were also simi
Smith Mr., and Mrs.' JamesK. ren Hill Baptist Church Jacksonville lar to the maid of honor's.
Karlsune, Germany. Lt. Warren
Smith and son and Mr. will be stationed in Ger- with the Rev. Hugh P. Denise Bastord served as flower -
and, Mrs. l Leon Shlmer and Gardner officiating. girl, Jay Grlffis was junior
for two and halt
daughter of St. Augustine spent many a years. Howard Gordon organist; usher and Leslie Basford,junior -'

Saturday at I Disney World. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ilarden- presented a program of nuptial bridesmaid.

brook the weekend in music.
Mrs. Joe Wilson returned Greenville S.C. with his Two brass vases, holding arrangements Following the ceremony a reception -
after three weeks' of and held in the fellowship
Sunday a yellow mums was -
mother who Is critically ill
trip.accompanied by her niece, In Greenville General Hospital. dried orange flowers were usedat hall of the church. The k'1
Mrs James Rider! of Coral either side of the altar, and bride's table was covered witha 11tIlltIta
While there they also visited _
Gables.' They spent a week in Mr. Ilardenbrook's brotherinlaw lighted candles were used at lace on orange satin cloth, _
Athens Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. and sister Mr. and Mrs. the end of each pew. and was !centered with a five-
John Adams then went to Booth- David Hardenbrook. Given in marriage by her tiered coke decorated with sugar -
bay, Maine for ten days. On : father the bride wore a gown mold flowers in a clusteron
the return trip home they met of candlelight beige with an top.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves of Mr. and Mrs.Walter Richardson empire waist. Lace was used Mrs. Mary Vincent kept the -.r
Houston, Texas In Williams- and guest. Mrs. Anne Moog 'at the neckline at the end of bride's book and assisting in
burg Va. tor.a. short stay. of Baltimore Md., spent last the long sleeves and also on the serving were Mrs. Robin Hill
Tuesday at Crescent Beach. train. Her headpiece was a Mrs. Kitty Starling, and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Linton Taylorand Mrs. Moog is spending this candlelight beige cap with rib- Betty Hamilton. !Mrs. Christiecut
daughters of Jacksonville week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank bon streamers, and was attached the cake.Following.
spent Saturday night with Mr. Price of Keystone Heights. to an elbow length veil. a wedding trip to
and Mrs. Merritt Williams.Dr. Miss Nancy Basford sisterof Jacksonville Beach the bride
Robert Emmett Perryman of the bride served as maidof and groom are residing at 403
and Mrs W.ll.,Green of Bethlehem' Pa. has returned honor wearing a gown of !N.: Walnut Street in Starke.
ArlingtontVn; spending this home after a two-week, stay yellow chiffon over yellow taf- The bride graduated from Robert '
week with his parents Mr. and with his grandmother, Mrs. feta. The beige bodice had E. Lee High School, Jack
Mrs. It.A.' Green. E.K. Ferryman. long sleeves and an empire IOnviller in the class of 1972.
waist, with velvet ribbons form- I graduated from .t1J
Mr. and, Mrs. (",.Il.,:>COIllrlR8 .w r Patentsadmitted to Bradford....., ,ing?!'.bow: lit the bacVT Heffloy Bradford High'School In 1971 and. .I; :10
visited Mr.. .ul*Mrs:1I. ,'i tarn 'Cpuhityliospital, floapitAl'this(!! .. .plers.a Q ...)'ellow)"O\lmlilo..wltb\ ,.. .is tstock" manager.at the W'.inn-g.. ,,,94hrv ... <
chant In Ome ;.r ;la1tM8ft<< t *):tl'ip@e1wrG0.16ded 4! :'! td9<;wWlt 'orange idrjltd'flowers,,'and hung, '- Dixie Store in fctdVkev:"*"' "**' *
day. n,"' ." ; Ruth.Williams. Mrs.: Erma V, ROLE .
.it\" Knight Mrs. .Lillian Carvey, : j4. CHE
Mr. and,Mrs. Udmond! Tenly Mrs. Winnie II. Davis, Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi Junior Club }.., (: **-
returned (Friday from a three Matilda Catlin Mrs. Linda R. To Meet Nov. 1.3 IIf\I\
Hears Talk
weeks' stay at Black Mountain Johns George Mahalko, Emmett :: -

N.C. Norton Sr., Maurice Par- On Crisis Center ts
rlsh James ,\.Christmas Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi sorority: -
Mrs. Peter, Alogna of Jack ;Annie, Mae I Saunders Mrs. members held their regular -- -
sonville spent Monday with her Louise S. Grlffls. Mrs. !Nora: meeting on October 23 at the The Junior Woman's Club met
mother Mrs. Gladys Weldon. McCullough, and Mrs. Mildred home of Mrs. C. W. Slade with !Monday' night at the club house> LUV
l'. Ilollingsworth, all of Starke; Mrs. Harold Davis as co-hos- with !Miss Jean of Come In And Let Us Show You
Comer Perryman of Jacksonville Olin Howell, Lake Butler; Da- tess. Larry Williams was guest the Crisis and Emergency.en- ,
and son, James of vid Lee Godsey, Waldo; Mrs. speaker.The ter in Gainesville as guest Like .
Gainesville!, were Sunday guests Agnes M. Milliard, Raltord;and next business meeting speaker. You Have Never Seen .
of,Mrs. E.1\. Perryman.YMw..rdb. Mrs. I'.lsle: Manning; Maxville. will be held on !November: 13 Miss Feingold discussed ser-'
... at the home of Mrs., Wayne vices offered at the center for
.&.A v-. -A1' .. 01.1'1'' .. Wynn on Pratt Street. Mrs. persons who need to talk with IT'S A SIMPLE LITTLE TRUCKONE
I \\. II. Johns will be hostess someone about their problems.She .
Terry: WaltersPROFESSIONAL. and Mrs. Grady h Overstreet, said there Is a toll-free
ro-hostess. line for the Starke area, and TOUGH LITTLE MODEL
Members are reminded to anyone needing help Is Invitedto
bring their items for the call 4311005.
PHOTOGRAPHER Thanksgiving basket. Fall flowers and the Thanks- WITH JUST ONE E"GINEONE TRANSMISSIONONE
giving theme were used on the
refreshment table. Mrs. James INTERIOR -SIX COLORS AND
.*. Creative' Weddings r I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stevens Lawson was hostess for the

.*. Portraits of Temple, Ga.spent Monday evening, ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE OPTIONS.
Casual to Thursday,' with her brother ,
*.. Locally Licensed f and sister-in-law, Mr.and
Mrs James D. \'eager.Ir. SIMPLEThat's
Satisfaction Guaranteed

Call 964.8661 (Daytime) ;a. and Mrs. Edmond Tenlj'
Or 378.0414 Collect entertained recently' at a supper What It's All A bout.
for the Adult C. Departmentof New Arrivals .
Galne.villerAfter'5 P.M.
( ) the First Baptist Sunday

b1tL-JiV V-1 School.
:Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register We Have A Good Selection In Stock NOW !
m announce the birthof
., a son. Freeman RegisterIV
on October 14 in .Xlachua' With Most Of The Eight Options And Colors.
General Hospital Paternal
SrE: : c I.A..L grandparents are :Mr. Register
Jr., and Mrs. Betty' Register -
a J -In: of Starke. IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN IN

:Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy! Bowen
NOV.915 announce the birth of a son,
THIS WEEK James Anthony, on November
I in Alachua General Hospital.

A U 'You Can Eat, of Mr.Gainesville and 'Mn. Eddie anounce Douglas the L UV try it!

birth of a daughter Norma
Gayle, on November 2 In Ala-
V chua General Hospital. :Maternal J
$ grandparents are :'olr, and 1

With Baked Beans, Slaw | 6 8 Mrs.and paternal Robert grandparents Green of Starke areMr. ,

Rolls Coffee or' Tea B. : and Mrs. Howard Douglas
of Brooker.

Dr. and :Mrs. John D. Simpson -
$1 SO ln i. of Louisville, Ky. were I
2 VEGETABLES ROLLS TEA Or COFFEE Monday guest of Mr. and Mrs. I

E.D. Tenly.

.snvE! soy,
B-B-Q BEEF - .,, --'b.' 2.00 Mrs. Mary E. Peterson of

Starke will receive her high U.S. 301 .
SMOKED THANKSGIVING school equivalency diploma In raon 964-7500
(l* ? Ib. -19.22 Ib ) lb1 1 tll\ graduation ceremonies the
TU RKE Y . } : ; . EACT Class to be held for in the STARKE FLORIDA"Sooner

gymnasium at Northeast Florida -
Call 964.8199 For Take OutLYMAN State ,Hospital Macclenny, "" f AaH mmmmammmmmmmmmm
at 2 p.m. Thursday Nov. 9.
The public Is Invited a to attend -
GREEN BARB .Q the commencement which or Later Your Favorite Dealer"
will be followed by a reception.
Mrs. Peterson has been employed -
301 1 NORTH at the hospital for the
past .evera1Ylars.

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COMPLETE UNOFFICIAL RETURNS dellght your 'lUea and 8ft-
What you don't have a fortuna
joy a wealth of good eating by serving Oriental BananU 'N Pork.
ELECTION This recipe! developed In the Dole Banana, Kitchen In m real

_November 7, 1972 treasure for the budget minded homemJter.
g tablespoons, soy MIMe
PRECINCT: NAME AND 04 m +v o o .,+1 1c nark...., and steaks pepper or chops 1 (la IMI.) Gall peach aloe,
POLLING PLACE vGh Rti h + 1 chicken bouillon enbeVt Dote IJananM.kppeeled and
> y 12! ? cups boUlnc water G\lt Into <*un
> cup conutaroh
Brown chops In law skillet; sprinkle with salt and pepper.Dig.
PRECINCT' NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13A 133 14 15A 15B ABSEN-, TOTAL solve bouillon cube In boiling water. Pour over chops cover and
simmer for 39 to 30 minutes. Blend cornstarch with soy sauce and.
syrup from peaclws. Add to chops: stir until thickened. Stir in
DEMOCRATIC PARTY: peaches and bananas; bring! to a boll Serve over hot cooked rice.
McGover Shriver 41 200 37 57 79 2 226 60 62 1 104 0 2 40 10 42 121 Makes, 8 servings


Nixon new 377 8 5 221 170 4 14 28 4 6 28 218 '132 271k 59 142 150 68 182 3,652la


Gerald (Jerry) Lewis 21 1 16 1 241 106 21 286 2 1 1 140 20 42 118 118 46 1 2

Paula F. Hawkins 11 0 13]. 51 10 11 1.32 12 101 1 0 2 ? 1,291 yyW


Frank Williams 22 221 171 1 0 100 221 21 2 190 181 160 23O 44 12 116 55 14 248

Pat HollidaRaiford 182 48 0 71 11 2 1 12 1J2 131 12 1 11 2 2 1 20 0 1

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Claytons Plan Speaking of People .. ;.
Crowding Free Supper _

And Gospel SingMr. Mr*. W. H. Hart. Mrs. Edith Ed Ensor of Jacksonville, at- and Mrs. Jenelle Carswell, of
Christiansen, and Mrs. Ella tended funeral services Saturday Lake City. .,',".,
Moody visited Mr.: and Mrs ,for Mrs. Pearce's sister >i > **& .
and Mrs. W.H. Claytonwill
Becomes SeriousOvercrowding celebrate the first anniversary Ronald Crawford In Ocala last Mrs. Lillian Phillips. Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville -
was the weekend guest iil
of their store on State Sunday. ;kit aq ,
Mrs. W. G. Godwin of Cha- of her brother-in-law and sister -
Road 125 across from the New Mrs. Pearl Colson has returned grin Falls, Ohio arrived yes-> Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Hayes -
New Congregational
at the Union said, there are eight men to River with free after a week's vacation terday to spend. a week with ___
Correctional Institute-Florida each room on (IWO floors of the Methodist Church sing a on with relatives in BrooksviU her mother Mrs.. Bertha. Mrs. Anne Moog of Baltimore y
State Prison Is approaching the "Rock" and seven men on supper and Nov.Gospel H, starting at and Ocala. Pearce and her mother-in-law Md. has returned to her home __
after week's visit with Mr.
point it reached when rioting another.In Mrs. Eve Baldwin. a
broke out at Raifurd in February, 1971 there were S Everyone P.m. .1s cordially Invitedto Friends of Mrs. Ceclle Hol- and Mrs. Walter Richardson.,,
February 1971. according to 10 to a room. come and Join In the celebration lenbeck of Van Etten, N. Y; Mrs. S. L. Peek accompanied
UCI Superintendent. L. E. But Dugger said he doelln'texpect Those attending are will be Interested to learn that by her daughter Mrs Roy Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Nolan =
Dugger. trouble. asked bring their lawn chairs. she has returned to spend the Ward, of LakeCl1y.spentTues- and young son, Ross of Athens -
winter here, and Is occupyingone day in Jacksonville Ga., are spending this week with --
Dagger said the combined "I I don't anticipate any and Engineered -
of the M. F. Hazen apartments Mr. Nolln's parents Mr.
population of the 'wo prisuns uprising, he said. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sapp of Mrs. P.' T. Nolln. They will
New Skills
about 3,250 right( now 1,400 Dugger said signs of TaughtDisadvantaged New Smyrna Beach were week- all attend the Ga.-Fla.. gamein to Heat Your Home
at FSP and 1.850 at UCI. impending trouble include young people Mrs. C. G, Hill and Mrs. end guests l of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday.
The population IIi the prisons! unrest, short tempers, and low between the ages of 16 J. H. Moncrlef spent MondayIn Drew Reddish. While here they Better at Lower Cost
was 3,900 when trouble brokeout morale. and 20 arc being taught various Jacksonville all attended the FloridaAuburngame Mrs. Randy Newland and
there in 1971. He said UCI! released 34 men on Saturday. young son, Brant, spent last
skills used in business
But Dugger said there is no on November 1 and transferred the Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns week in Logan. ,W. Va., with .
relief In sight. some to community world by Victor Comptometer visited relatives In Williston Mrs. Kate Sheppard has returned her parents Mr. and Mrs.. W.
"We'd like to transfer some correctional centers, but added Corporation, Chicago, III. Sunday. after spending a few days G. Wilson. HJH SIEGLER)
schools In 34 EulaHol-
Operating with her Mrs.
out of here to other locutions, "We'll be back up to 1,900 sister
cities the nation, 91 and Mrs. Purvis Hazen In Fort White.
across Mr. ling.
but they don't have the bed within a couple weeks. w.II Steam Clean Anything!!
cent of these people of Ocala were weekend guestsof
per young
space Dugger said Dugger pointed out that the arc placed in job positions, Mr. and Mrs. M, F. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper Roofs; Houses; Mobil. Homos;
Lake Buller and OIL HOME HEATERSMore
Dugger pointed out that the Reception
The Hazens also had as a Sun- had as Saturday guests Mrs. Paint Stripping 9645771
1,400 figure( fur FSP was iibiiul Medical Center, where all according to the company'sIInnulll day guest Mrs. Vascoe Hazenof Harper's sisters, Miss Harri-
all the inmate that the Inmates are screened: for report' and a majority Gainesville. ett Goodman of Chicago, 111.,
maximum !security) futility: assignment to one of I the of them arc promoted in less heat at less cost. from Imaginative
could lake with its primarilyone Florida's penal Institutions, than a year. Mr. .and Mrs. John Eggersof engineering. Exclusive Inner heat tubes cap-
man to u roam, makeup. now has 1,200 new inmates other 98! per cent were sales Jacksonville were Saturday r-&F: & -l I ture the top of the flame that's 4 times hotter.
Hi said most of I the !senouH! waiting for transfer."It within the countries in which guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Electrical EquJpnrart Co. Built-in, blower gives forced air super heat
overcrowding conditions wen- should house! 950 at the our plants, are located, and Norman.
I over the floor In a uniform, draft-free carpetof
alUU.Ult.I most, he said. export' front those countriesto
I. which houses! primarily other foreign countries! Mr. 'and Mrs James Cash Complete Wiring Repairs of warmth:. And those are just some of the

minimum l III close security "The net effect of all of and family of of Orlando Mrs. Cash's were I Industrial, Commercial and Residential t advanced features of the stylishly designed
---------------- weekend guests
prisoners, hIS no established The motofcM i** traveling our export-import' activities parents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley. NEW: AND) USED CONTROLS t Slegler Oil Home Heater. Come- In. and, see
maximum |inpul.iiion limit, through the Kluful land reflects! a favorable balance of E. Johns.. While here they all for yourself,.
Dagger said, but pointed out scape of autumn shouldn't payments level for Firestone. attended the Florida-Auburn I I SWITCH. EQUIPMENT ,
that the ideal capacity In us mind an occasional billboard. football game In Gainesville'Saturday.y 24-Hour Service
main housing. unit the' Any show that high-class Is Mr'ILt. Clean Anythingll i t i
a! "Rock" wins four men'- ioj.i bound to attract 01nmcrclals.. Roof,' House em, ; Mobil. Homes;' t"te':' Sit<'I "v. i .,,1'lionc J>>I "Keystone 473-37553 t;, ,,{,f.\! 'M EN MARK1I"ureftare, ,, :o.
Pearce, ,
room 11"q'r ... .' 'F.. MrsBertha "'lA.t M.A\.I'\(8:i \( .ba) Wells,' fray..IJIt.e'i'E-' : ,
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of Jacksonville were afternoon vllle, Monday to Wednesday to Starling on Saturday. They nave
of Highland Mr. and Mrs.Harry be her grandaugher rented the Marvin Rosier trailer
as to near
guest of Mrs J. F. Robertson -
CHURCH SCHEDULES Padgett, and Mrs. Zettie Mrs. Don Fort, who had surgery for the time being.
l' More Electricity 6 ACTIVITIES Padgett of MaxvlUe.Floyd' Nor on Tuesday.Mr. In Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
Grace United Methodist man and son, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jeff Morgan and Mrs. H. C. Arpln Mrs. H. C. Walnwright entertained
., Church; Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescottand of Albany Ga.. Announce the of Dinsmore were guests of her granddaughter,

For the second time In two Inspect.. -Adopted an ordinance to Worship services 11 a.m. and family of KIngsley Lake arrival of a son, David Aaron Mr. and Mrs H. W. Bennett Cathy Sanders of Jacksonville
the Stark council In other action, the Council: charge occupational license 7 p.m. MYF will meet Monday and Mrs. James R. Normanand on Nov. 5 In U. S. Naval Hospital and Mrs. Ploy' Bennett Sunday with party; for her 9th birthday
year. city; night at 7 ixm. Young Peoples visited Richard Austin Other were on Sunday. 3>e served cake
sons in Paternal guests
-Rejected all four bids received fees at the same rates the Albany. grandparents afternoon.
began Tuesday night a move Baptism classes will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamson and home made In cream to
kilowatt on a new police car city; collected under the old are Mr. and Mrs Clay- her daugher,
to >buy a new 3,000 first half hour of MYF for Mrs. Leonard Norman and the and Sherrt of the following: her little friends
and asked dealers to resub- state now defunct except ton Morgan of New Orleans, La. daugher
I for the city; power law1 the next 3 weeks. Choir Practice Carl We Cindy and Cathy, her mother
generator mlt. Several dealers bid Intermediate for lowering of fees for Normans on Sunday. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Macclenny.Mr. .
size cars becausethe mobile home parks. at 7:30: p.m.Don't are glad that Richard came and Mrs. Morris Kelley Law- and Mrs. David Wainwright Denlse! and Lisa all of Jacksonville
The council went far SherrlllBoyetta
as and
forget to plan now to through the surgery successfully and of Albany, Ga. Angela
city's; specifications read -Adopted an ordinance nullifying son
to bids in early 1971 Intending Tracy and Tod
get another bond 117 Inch wheelbase or larger. ; Chapter 14, Sections 1- attend our Annual Thanksgivingdinner and is recovering nice tey.Mr.. and Mrs. C. K. Cowanof were luncheon guests of their Tammy
to float" Dee Gukins.BILL'S .
Denton and
Nov. 16. ,
Issue to finance KW. A standard car is desired and 9 of the City; Code thereby on Thursday, !ly. Jacksonville served cake and parents Mr. and Mrs. Doyle
a 3,000
the new bids will specify 120 abolishing, effective 60 days Mrs. Fred Moore was a luncheon ice cream to Mr. and Mrs
engine, but Councilman Billy Church -- -- -- -- -- -
Highland Baptist guest of her laugher J. F. Mrs. Edith
and Inch wheelbase or larger. after the next session of the Robertson
Nocgel, Jimmy McRae -Reduced occupational licenses Florida Legislature adjourns Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons Swirmey, and Mr.' and Mrs.S. .
Bowen blocked the move
Jimmy Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 of Jacksonville on Wednesday. L. Swindell and at
because they opposed another for 1-10 unit mobile home the city; municipal court. As sons C.B. RADIOAND
bond issue Councilman Nell parks from $15 to $7.50, In of January I, the city will handle pjn. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Choir Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston the home of the Robertsons on
at 7:30: followed by and family were luncheon guestsof Saturday night. The occasion
Tucker and Orle Wiggins were line with the license fee for all its misdemeanor cases -
ready last year to go with the the first 10 rooms of a board- through the County; Judge's Practice their son-in-law and daughter being the 16th birthday anni- EQUIPMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Randy of their Bryan
Issue. Ing house. The suggestion was Court. versary son
But Tuesday night Councilman made by B. C. Holtzendorf, -Named Councilman Tucker PERSONALS Hayes of Hampton, on Sunday. Cowan. 321 N. Temple Ph. 964-8346 or Ph. 964.8361
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Jimmy Moore of Jacksonville
of to the the
Nell Tucker pointed out the owner a mobile home park. represent city on
Emergency Medical Care program were luncheon guests of their were luncheon guests of their visited his parents, Mr. and PEARCE SIMPSON
power plant peaked last year at brother and sister-in-law. Mr. Mr.
with officials. son-in-law and laugher Mrs. Fred Moore on Friday.
6,600 KW peak demand, and KW Fireline Plowing Named Tucker county and Councilman and Mrs. Cecil Mosley of Sam- and Mrs. Wesley Thomas and Mrs. A. C. Pearce was a BOBCAT 23B List Price
600 $149.95
this another
said year After lunch they
sula on Sunday. Live Oak
Vernon Silcox, the fire chief, son of on Sunday. guest of her son and daughter-
has been added for a new peakof Requests Now and police chief to serve on a called on their son-in-law and Mrs. Daisy Lee McDonaldand In-law Mr. and Mrs. alien
KW. The plant's capacity Now Selling At Cost $97.48 Plus 10%
7,200 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
committee with county officials daughter Mrs. J. B, Wetherington Sapp and daughter of Jackson- ,
; now Is 7,280 Tucker Being AcceptedRequests Vogler, of New Smyrna Beach.
to work out a central dispatching -
laid Just barely over what Freddie Din-
Mr. and Mrs.
system for the new com- ALL 23 CHANNELS WITH S METER AND
Is needed at some now. for flreline plowingare kins and daughter ElizabethAnn
"I presume you're talking now being accepted by the munications system being Installed of Lakeland and Mrs. RF CAIN METER
about a bond Issue," McRae Division of Forestry accordIng with Federal funds and Jim Burton of Jacksonville, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
the City of Jacksonville.
told Tucker. to District Forester A.G. spent the weekend with her (QUANTITY LIMITED)
"No Sir, I'm not," Tucker McCuIlers Jr. in Gainesville. -Agreed to purchase four 30- mother, Mrs. P, L. Dinkins.
foot 48-inch diameter culvertsto
replied. All. landowners interested In be Installed on Geiger and Other guests on Saturday were STARKE PUMAS Special Price $109.95ALL
"How do you propose, then having flrellnes plowed should her son-in-law and daughter,
to finance such a project phone 496-4321 In Lake Butleror Wilson Roads to replace bridges. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox, of PHONE: !451.6200KEYSTONE
asked McRae adding a new 964-5436 in Starke. Due Waldo. 23 CHANNELS

3,000 KW engine will cost between to the large number of landowners Ralph Futch and son, Jeff,
$1 and $1.5 million Installed in the area plowing requests of Black Mountain, N. C. and HEIGHTSPHONE MAGNETIC SIGNSMADE
In the local power plant."I should be submitted now Mrs. Joyce Futch of Brunswick
don't think It will cost to receive prompt action, Mc- My Neighbors Ga., were luncheon guestsof 47.1-.1176: :
that much money,"Tucker said, Cullers states her sister. Miss Elizabeth
but he didn't reveal his plan Each landowner will be given Terry on Saturday. After lunch
for financing. 15 minutes of free plowing once they visited the Benton Futch
He suggested, the council a- each year. The Division of family
greed to It, to'contact using Forestry charges $14 per hourof J Gary and ohn Bennett visited
engineers about using the same plowing time after the first ADD his nephew Bobby Bennett,
specifications as were worked 15 minutes., 'l of Daytona Beach on Thurs-
up In 1971 Tucker said he has 'Flrellnes should be maintained I 1l day. We are glad to report
. already been In touch with the around areas within which that Bobby Is Improving nice-
engineers-Fred Wilson & Associates fire should be held, such as: ly. .
Jacksonville, and control burn areas, brush and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. Augustine
knows it can be done. dump piles or any other areas called on her parents,
lie has "been down the pikeon of open burning that have the w Mr. and Mrs. Bub Carter and
used equipment," Tucker possibility; of escaping, McCul- Mrs. P. L. Dinkins on Wed-,
told the council "That piece lers says.Flrellnes should also nesday.
of equipment would have madea be maintained around areas of Mrs. Ada Justice and chil-
good boat anchor Tucker value from which fire is to be dren of Melbourne spent a few
said of the used Worthington excluded such as: timbered "Ohhh, June-wai thai tonight days with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard

engine he and other officials areas crops pastures, and we were"going out with Norman and the Carl Nor- 211 ,
traveled to British Columbia groves the Trimbles? mans so she could be near
her brother Richard Austin,
who underwent surgery In Bap-
V aft tist Hospital Jacksonville, on
r Thursday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Haze Clark,
of Lebanon Va., visited their
nephew and niece Mr.and Mrs. I '
Save cold cash during Bill Dobbs and other relativeson

I II Saturday before moving into
I their friends' trailer at Clay
I! Hill for the time being.

I the (Gulf Fall Tire Sale ',Leonette We are Dyal's glad eye to report Is Improving that_ ec1

gradually.and unless some. ".
thing unforeseen happened she

returned to school on Monday, .
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bar-

field, Mrs. Gaynell Mooty; and :
CRUISEMASTER RIBI Mrs. Sidney Harbin and Donna
returned to Lawtey on Saturday
I L from Clarkston, Ga., They reported '
that Harold Barfield Is
I improving nicely.
l...-Rayon Cord We are glad to report that
Body-Rayon Cord Mrs. O. J. Phillips Is out of
Belts-Load Rang ION Bradford County; Hospital and
A Rever.ible t Single White/ at the home of her son-in-
Ui.OF4 Black Side walls law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Gasklns and family.
She Is Improving very slowly
and would appreciate visits.
Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter -
Nancy and Mrs. Hester
i SIZE SUGGESTED Hicks visited her brotherinlaw -
and sister Mr. and Mrs.

Jimmy Hogan of Jacksonvilleon

\ MINI $2755C78.t4 $2tO: Those Monday.visiting Mrs. Lucille

Cauley In Bradford County Hospital

1 ;:; .: : \ E78.14 $37. 52.24FJ8.14 2.32F78.15 Mrs.Evelyn during Bernice Norman the,Starling!Mrs.week MorrisKelly were Mrs.:

nli 2.58 Mrs. Cedric Rosier
li C7814H7814 $2.69 Mrs. Elnora Privett and !Mrs.
2.93 Alma Norman.Mr. .
--- ll t O7815H $377S 2.78 and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
visited Mrs. Fronle Crews In
3.01 St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack-

1,1 ,r J6.1a $3.04 sonville on Sunday..We are gladto Our Best Prices p

+ a $ 0' !. ''I }. U .r J7 6.15 $4285 3.12 report that she Is with her
I ( 1.78.15 son In Jacksonville for a few &
'I ; 3.28
jl days. Offered Yet On '
I Baaad on Oulf'i u/a..t.d mall tradrMn prle. Jim Newsom spent the week- A a.
end with his son-in-law and
$ step-daughter: and Mrs. New 1972 Magic '
SAVE 16 SET ON OF A 4 SAVE 8 ON:ASCT 4 Ga.Charles Simmons of .Atlanta\

!\II'. and :Mrs Wm. Mobleyof Chef Gas Ranges 4
GULF RADIALocr GULF 78 WTOO Tampa spent the weekend

i.I. Tina. -"ry.n.d.r.na : :: : 4 PLY POLYESTER: CORD with their brother-in-law and
1..da. II ,.r IU1.1' I.WNII.I' I. hras '.II. sister Mr.and Mrs.John Kuhne
SUGGESTED. ",,,,,Tub.I.n.L..dN.n,.,.aln, .,I.wNUa/Lek. S878 Ud.r.u.eUOOECTtD' and family. Plus
alze' hI. Prlc. pIT
: Mr. and Mrs Robert Massey -
,% :' i .Ii .,..' elzset.. Prlc." raT Montgomery: Ala., spent
.:7410 36" 1,0t 't'it /7a..td .. ..i.rTO the week with their brother
"?e." IOS PT. 1 .
: fiiiI and sister-Ui-law Mr. and Mrs.
::. .44" JU aTd ueay A.. E. !Massey. v--
rTea a..a "no. iTs
.. :Mrs. Jessie :Mae Seohl of
oTo. .l o/ r :mI.:: =.::
UI"17o.s,:: f 510. ion .k 1 .. Marietta Ga., was a luncheon
Jla'I JI' n. guest of her cousins, Mr. and \ LltI.up,
I I. M:70.9 1.1' I LTb% .iiiI 9 1.0t .
I "
$ Mrs. Hermie Kelly on Wednes nmov.ble.coolliep.
.1"0- *
." .57".I.U I Baaad on Oulf'a augiaatadralall day. Oven window ondTtght dock with 1 hour timer. Removable'
.Basal on OuU..u.d trad.-ln' prlo... !Mrs\ A. E. Massey was calledto door end door:: seals,
.a..U ..od..ln prlc. the bedside cook *
of her mother Lift-up top Removable oven door

o'rre SHOCK ABSORBERS 'Ii & SUMMER COOLANT who had suffered a stroke. the 0nly 30" wide

f WANHANTY' :Uncandlllonallyguaranteed Cold remedy for your ear. are glad to report that she Is
--a for. a*long mm you S."suaa.sled .. Add.d while you wail. recovering nicely DELUXE
,I o.n.- Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist, Mrs. Budget Price
Ernest Wells, Mrs. H. H. Hamilton -
Mrs. George Tribe

trade-in tale, price at participating dealers.ThJnif Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards!Mrs. '
j H.Arthurlne C. Walnwright.Blanchard and were Miss # $249OOFFER $1045

luncheon guests of Mrs. Truby
4 f Wainwright on Sunday.
of us as a NT.

Jimmy Eunice of''Decatur,
Wire Store: Ga., spent the weekend with GOOD TILL NOVEMBER 25th

his paretns, Mr. and Mrs.Har- II

5, 5 5 _01--',", isa old Eunice and grandmother, ,

Mrs.Mrs.Selma L. C.Eunice.Cox of Ocala and S awyer-S lade

Mrs. Theo Dyal of Brooker
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

the Leo week.Dyal and Leonette during Gas And Appliances

332 W. Madison St... Phone 964-7701
Mrs. Albert Norman and Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Prescott

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CommunityNews 18 Cases On Circuit Docket Merchants Planning Christmas ParadeThe

Annual Christmas Parade mu theme. Cash prizes will day, 7 December, 1972.
18 cases are being set for June 6.Richard. sponsored by the Retail Mer- be warded to winning entries 7 The Committee hopes that
the Fall Term of Circuit Court Newman Is chargedwith tended limits confinement and chants CommltteeoftheStarke- u selected by the Judges.First this will be the biggest and best
which convenes November 21 statutory rape on April return within limits Prescribed Bradford County; Chamber of prise Is $95. second prize $45, parade since the Inception oft
with Circuit Court Judge JohnA. 15, with an unmarried female at the Florida State Commerce Is set Saturday,December third prize $25 and fourth run the) annual event and to that
I H. Murphree presiding/ under the age of 18 and of Prison. 9, begtantig at 10:30 tier-up$15. end two bands have already
Defendant and charges are: chaste character. William Lee Taylor and Don- am. according to Brian Hamilton Entry blank/ can be obtainedat agreed to participate," Chair
Andrew Maxwell Allen, char- Robert Lee Alexander Is ald Banta are charged with escape chairman. the Chamber of Commerce man Hamilton says.,
ged with assault by state prisoner charged with robbery of Marie on Oct. 9, unlawfully leaving The traditional parade, featuring office, 100 W. Call St, or clip
By ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER with a deadly weapon. He Crews with force, taking over the confinements of Florida the arrival of SanUClaus the accompanying entry blank PABCINATINO,7'J
Is now serving a sentence less $200 at the Jackson Mlnlt State Prison. In Starke, signals the beginning and mall or take lUll the Cham-
SCHOOL, Church, Jenkins pas- than life and Is charged with Market of US-SOl In Starke. of the local Yule observance. ber of Commerce, P.O. Box
NEWS. tor. Sund 10 a.m. an assault upon Edward Eric Leslie George Spater Is Local Clubs, Civic organisations we, Starke, Fia. I I
Adulta Interested in attendIng Morning at 11 with the Stanton with a homemade knifeIn charged with aggravated assault the OdI m'z.Q churches, and businessmen forentrlestsTburs-
school are Invited to attend Junior EvenIng the prison. on James Jenkins with are being Invited to Deadline
the school of their choice service, : All membersare Floyd Lagrew Is charged with pistol last Sept. 17. Spater was participate by entering floats, .
Vo-Tech or RJE. Basic adult asked to with the escape from the Florida State also charged with carrying a o antique cars horsemen, bicycles Dieters cnn enjoy Florida
classes are In progress In the program for of the Prison June 28. He was recaptured concealed weapon on the same and other decorated celery und eel Just n few
named centers. For informa- church. the same day by the day with the same pistol. vehicles stressing the Christ calorie in the procenn.
tion call 964-6150. Rev. complete Ms Division of Corrections per- Ralph Yates Is charged with ,Ihr
sonel. assault with Intent to commit
CHURCH NEWS day third, Nov. year will on attend Sun- Stanley William Newman Jr., murder, August 25 against Ca- CHAIRMAN PARADEP.O. '11iro ."t l
Greater Allen Chapel AME conference Jacksonville, Charged with attempting to escape rolyn Yates with a rifle. BOX 1116
Nov. 21-24. from the Florida State John Paul Knowles, charged
Scouts Thank Ebenezer Church, Prison August IS,when he failed with escape on the date of Oct. "Only a country with a STARKE, FLA., 32091 $
Rev. Leroy pastor.Tues- to perpetrate escape and was 8 from the Florida State Prison constitution could
Kentucky Fried day night Thurs- Intercepted and prevented from while on furlough.Knowles withinex150Bed will- stand rugged Ihe abuse ours U gel- YOU CAN COUNT ON US.: WE WILL PARTICIPATEIN
failed to remain -
escaping by prison officials. fully
Chicken StoresThe day night School, terminate Meeting.Sun-the Bill Stacy is charged with ting these' 'i." THE ANNUAL STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY

day services for Regular assault upon an official by a CHRISTMAS PARADE TO BE HELD SATURDAY,
Boy Scouts of America services held on the state prisoner August 31. He Prison HospitalTo DEC. 9, AT 9:30: A.M. ,...

week expressed to Kentucky appreciation Fried Chicken this- 3rd Greater Sunday. Freewill is is accused serving a of life assaulting sentence L.and A. .................-..-.............................--.....--.." fr

stores across the nation for Baptist Rev.! Jasper Helms and Johnny Charles,correctional Open At Lake ButlerTwo (NAME OF ORGANIZATION, CLUB, CHURCH OR
their support of a nationwide Williams Choir No. 3 officers with force INDIVIDUAL) ,
Scout camping program.' and Ushers No. 2 meet enough to do great bodily damage -

U.S.Hundreds won a of free Scouts week across at camp the each Monday : p.m.Tues- Andrew, according Maxwell to the Allen charge.was and one-half years In structure with red brick ........................................-............-...-.-..
meet- LAWSON
day night. Choir columns and trim, the new hospital JIM
the participation with of the building, a modern new (SIGNED)
this summer through Ing. night Prayer charged possession a has 48,000 square feet

Chicken of of Starke l Kentucky, and Fried other ( Meeting Circle. Thursday lie weapon had by In a his state possession prisoner.a hospital than to 10,000 serve prison Florida'smore popu- of equipped floor space operating, two modernly, ....*...............<..............-.....-....-.................. MOTHER OF
tonight) meet- lation' will have Its dedication rooms an PRESIDENTSVhith
stores in the chain. Ing at Sister Sarah homemade knife, according to November Intensive care unit to accomo-: TYPE ENTRY
15, .
Each winner received a Prince. night. Prayer the charge filed. ceremony on date six patient rooms, 18 two- \ state I Is known .is. "thvMiillun
froma Fred Willie char 1972, at 1:30: p.m. : "f Pivnirti. "."' .
"Campcrshlp" certificate of Sturgis was bed wards and 13 bed nl* Oninf
Band at home multiple
local store owner who donat- C.-E. ged Sept. 30 with possession Louie Wainwright, director our oliIrM, states' hi'lil' this .-
ed a check for the camping expenses Mrs. Saturday, of a weapon by a state pris- of the Division of Corrections, wards. i o a o id a a a a o s sV i (Tk o ilfinri s 8 fb s B o a o tirirllon Viinmi.i. Men li';"inViiKlni.i
dinner will from the "Everything we have done has .
advises that Governor Reubln who "IIaiw,1 tlu hiihnl !
: : : :
to the local Scout coun oner, the weapon being a homemade -
kitchen. Youth Day O'D. Askew will host a list been geared toward meeting the I FABULOUSRing !In'i- .ill' |>I't.1,kh i l nt ln< luili'il
cil. with the charge. Mor- knife. of over 200 dignitaries and standards of the American Hospital Q (3 (Ih; '"""I.t'( WiWhiMKliiit., Tlloinn-. '
"Camping remains one of ning Service I Dinner at Ronnie Gilmore was charged state officials at this dedica- Association," said Superintendent Jcth'rsun. Janus. l\.nliM! >,",.
Scouting's most Important acti- 12:30.: \ p.m. Even- June 18 with possession of a Al Cook,who heads Sale .linns Mont-or! Willl.im Ilt-sit'\
vities, and we were pleased this Ing service, weapon by a state prisoner, tion.Located the reception and medical cen- (t .Ihn'Ilsnn.aluhm'l.let.|| /:uhnre.Fcplur
the of
year that hundreds of additional Baptist the weapon being a homemade on grounds .. linn w.\\;I.. Wiliuill' .
the Lake Butler Reception and ter."We're
Scouts through the could cooperation attend of camp Ken- Church Is a Kiddie knife.Herbert Reynolds! Greene Is Medical Center In Union County, shooting for accredi- Imitation Diamonds, Sparkling, Flashing With Rainbow Five {' I Is 11.1I111'al) hut t m.nn::, \'' ,nt,
Kollege School with the labor for the 150-bed facility tation as soon as we've had the inn' ininlix'i( \ iiil\; ihitf( rI'ltitiM's \-
tucky Fried Chicken stores, charged with possession of a one required I VnuInKi
hours from to 5 p.m. was provided by Inmates, year operational clone 11'1111I i
said a national Scout official. There will learning session weapon by a state prisoner, which experience. Once we are accredited MIU' : '.' it M.II: 01'nn|' 1 Mir taxi' '
cut the cost from LADIES
an estimated RINGS
In'a further effort to support and a session, with 'a homemade knife that he car- $3 million to under we will be one of only nuns 'in l hI' J't'I'IIIa1"'III\" I srllivd.,
Scouting. Kentucky I Fried two meals daily. If ried September 29. $1.5 million. five In the nation's prison l 1/2 KT. 3.99 \ KT.. 4.99 2 KT. 6.99 3 KT. 9.99 .r.lMKMoUn' \ tills III' I luri, (I""rIIhaIIIII -
Chicken has produced, in co- Luclan Blocker is chargedwith to become ) ):IIUll-ll bull|||h'Inl'lll|| ..,. I Ill'-
child, system accredited,
wish to
oneration with the Scouts a you your carrying a concealed wea- A two-story concrete block intf( fiiiuult'il in (llill"( Viimin.i'
filmstrip promoting the 1973 call 964-5072- .5 p.m., pon on Oct. 21. The affidavit he said. MEN'S 6.99 AND UP has a i :'lung( mill .oIj-,I 111-:11;: I..IIt.oI
or hisluhy
Jamboree, which will be held says Blocker was carrying. a '
for the first time In two locations pistol secretly. IIII''' FORTH.\ci''OK( CO. IlMiux' ,. .UK! pii'i'li'', 'sup /In-
-- I'arragut State Park, Claude Milliard was charged So Beautiful And Attractive Your Friends Will Never It'ti'MltiK.( .We likt pii'Hi.mil, .
Idaho, and Moraine State Park, 1/18 1*m&t with assault with intent tomur- \VI he re Service I It The Hotter Idea. Know. Com In, Compare With Your Real Diamonds.' H like In *vi\.c thrin. In i.id. MIld _
6. Milliard Is \ > IH our 'Is'Inl.u't is.lIIi. "
Pa. der August
Mfnfi on SPECIAL See If You Can Tell Th. Difference. A Lifetime COMIC 1101' ., ,
In tool ,'
< 'k 1 mil'
the! film features an appearance : ). --. charged with assaulting Betty
: .
by Col. llarland Sanders if))E j Milliard with a .30-06 rifle as 15u The 542 Baler Guarantee Against Tarnish Or Break.TANNEY'S I ho M'Mlre fur .\IMII'M 1 If.1 1I
founder orKentucky bruised stabbed. > lay
82-year-old .. : he beat cut.
Tried Chicken, who \ shot wounded, and ill-treated
Ami Get New' Ford Uakc |
was born before Scouting began 1' her. Robert Green of the Bradford ANTIQUES
In the U.S., but whoso Interest 1A J \\.1' County; Sheriffs depart-
1'1'I Or Mower
in .American youth is '"'t.'f\; ., 'I"" ment was the Investigating of- Free. 2 Miles North Of Starke City Limits I tTAUKf. H.OKIPA _
well known.A ficer. Ph 1"\M461
certificate of appreciationhas The way '.fe fhllrlClnK. Milliard is also charged with U.S. 301 U.S., 301 NORTH .,
been presented to all participating they ought; t culled\ xupvr- aggravated assault against Diane Gainesville 3 ML North U.S. 441
stores by the Scouts. markup! Smith with the same rifle I rt jMi a B o o B J MAP,.. .. .M JULIU PHONE 964.7500

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Delegates went home to work a 7.00Ier.ho tw whA.e.00' -i.. :: i' ;. /
cloMbr] with State, County and p..r.h.i...ttc. Than follow .vr. ........1.. H.II",1t1 I [C;:.- I I_ _____CREAMERi99"ea"'WnYj I

City Govte. to enrich the livesof ,,_. J. _....'........___.L "."..'".._...I<._.....< ., ." "..".._. .... .... ...... .. ......... _. .__" ____
the elderly and poor. In '
this respect a delegation of r- 1AVI TNIIN't 1 ';fit f i'' > mWW.WOV.
the Bradford Co. Senior Citizens
Mary Allen BUI RI.charCl.l -
fcUnma: Morton Alex WflmEEi ,. ,:k',, whNMahnf BTOREt
Morton Lucy Tucker, and Joe coa.Nlr g'y, ,,;,ACOPYRIONT 1
Kerrigan, spokesman, broughttwo A/IINrN.M.. rtMM Mbw x.N.. i N. I yTrrr ":, '
*M Mrt* rN,11. iwt)*MFI ii M. + 1 'Jd'
to '
specific proposals our
rnAN.MMMtf fMMMM pilM 1 ; ?
I 1
.. ? w tN '
County Comm. These dealt y Y..rrrn. .1b. .NhIA1N 1 $
within the framework of a new
law passed by Congress and F
I '.
L ln k I.W U>tf)H II CM InN -Wil 11|if O.INN / ? HY] :" ',/
signed by the President which fNl. Y.Nr..NN IM.G II I.1 h' r
Is commonly know as Revenue
Bradford. Coun.tr received .
$217,800 on Nov. 1 as the first :
installment and In the year \T ..
1973 the State of Fla. will receive :? N1 Y., 'V'S
$146,000,000. These will b I t
continue to be alloted until 1977. j ,
A total of 34 billion will be '/ Q' WeD BRAND USDA CHOICE
released to 38,000 State and '
local government This money
will come as a windfall ser ttrrr ttk
vices to the people without fur- L 17, CHUCK ROAST
ther taxation. Within this 15 '
sphere of monies provided to ? Ml '-i.'
State and local govta. we believe
that the elderly and poor **-.- s i* *mmii aammmmBam sBa*** '- :z ?*$'
should receive prior consider- [MO WEST MADISON STREET STARKE, FLORIDA 9 y
wr. *
the Bradford
ation. Therefore,
Seniors put forward two proposals c .,.. .
I / .
which we think are of Nf o. '
utmost Importance to raise us (I Ts\. CHOICE,

from dignity.the category of despairto ; ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING L tic

1 We asked that a dally S ..: PER U.f(L
medical clinic be established ,.. LB.
for the elderly, poor and child- ..,. CRISCO
ren In the concept of preventive
medicine at a nominal cost
which would provide treatment limit of choice.with $7.SO or mar purchase excluding cigarette.

before their ailments become SAVE 40e W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF GRADE 'A' FRESH FANCY ROASTING ((3 lo 4-Ib. av.rag.)
chronic and somewhat eliminate SAVE
hospitalization In most AIL VEGETABLE! Delmonicos eoNiuss $189 Chickens : 39e
cases. Prescriptions shouldbe ASTOR 21 is. Ill'
name which would greatly! help .
those Income.living within a restricted 21c' Gr. Beef 3 -L $199 Loin Chops ... $188

need and some kind of bus service 3 LB. CAN
at nominal fares shouldbe CAN Leg 0' Lamb L8. $108 Roast . .LB.88C .
provided. There Is only one .

provided ago far too we expensive had by Mr.a fleet McKInney.for us.of Years taxis As SAVE Cream 40c STOKBLY WHOLE KERNEL Style OR Corn 7 .'-; $1 Sliced Bacon LB.78c Steaks. 10 $998

time goes by many

and! lose moreover their can't ability afford to drive a SAVE Ketchup-I4c HEINZ 4.oTens: : *1 Ham LB.78C Steaks 5 IBS.-OR 798

Out neighboring town, .
Palatka, has inaugurated a bus .
service with Federal help with. ROLL Dills ";I. 59C 57 Sauce 'DI 69C
In this last year.. We can also Bath Tissue, . 4 PKG. 38C . BOTTLE
In conclusion we will have- 16'0.. 20 QT. $ ......
the funds at' no -cost"toe the _. 1-LB. 4 $100 Milk .
SAtstLor Coffee 58C CANS Dry I -. :
which will be provi-
taxpayer . CAN" i
ded through Revenue haring Limit I on. with $7.50 or more pure h... excluding cigarette*. VAN CAMP BEENEEWeenees ASTOR COFFEICreamer ,
We know that other agencies SAVE 33< VAN. CAMP I }
will be looking out for their 4 ;. $1))00 -; 69C
share, and rightly so. We believe Pork & Beans 5"$1
; :
. .
that priorities should be SAVE I ll Ie FEMININE NAPKINS THE ENERGY DRINKGaforade :
given to the elderly and poor. CAMPBELL 2 $100
Modess :tL88C 3
There are approximately 14,000 10 ', QUARTS
people 85 and over in Brad Tomato Soup . lOc FORMULA DISPOSABLE. 'DIAPERSHandy w::
and these numbers
ford County,
will Increase as the years SAVE 40c CRACKW. GOODSaltines Enfamil 'SI 32C Pants 79c
;E : L
go by. .4 ,.Ills $1 . I -
We, the Senior Citizens Club . . DOUGLAS WHOLEChicken DIXIE DARLING CHEESE ftMacaroni .
members, are grateful for the DIXIE DARLINGFamily. 520.. 7'10'0'. .:::
help and consideration shownto 99C 6 $100
us since the first White- Bread 488C CAN" I.. PKGS.
House Conference on Aging In . DOLE LVKES BEANS ftChili "
1961. Ours Is a progressive EASTERN RED PINEAPPLE )ISo.. :
County and we trust that our Juice 3 ss $1))00 3 CANS 88C
leaders will Delicious I 11 79e .
County and City Apples FOR : j
come through with positive decisions SAVE lOr ... SOUTH STRAWBERRY :: BRACH'S BAGChocolates
on these two propo- FLORIDA ,
.al. Yellow Corn 10 EARS 69C Preserves -" 49CVICTORY 69c
Ou'r next meeting will be heldon '. :
p.m. *

welcome Center. All to senior join the citizens fun are and Fresh Eggs 2 79C Cherries 3. T; .$100! Tampons ,-' $123 1

other acltivltes. .. DOZEN. .
SAVE 20c MORTON (Chick.oTSali tWy,Tork.y, ..... Ch.ck." ft Dumpllngt) KRAFT 1000 ISLEDressing LOOSE LEAFFiller '. ; ;
I" ". 3 $!)00 Paper 68CSAVE Ji

HAMPTONArea 3 Course Dinners 59C BomBs ::..:

News: Mince SAVE I ITc MORTON PUMPKIN Meat OR Pies 3"1;;; $1 Detergent 3sss.l00: Flaky Rolls 2 PKGS.59C ;Sr

By Evelyi V. Powell SAVE SOc DIXIE WHIPDessert Chocolates 2 88C Strudel 'V: :.. 59c
Topping 30u. $] BOXES . .

Senior Citizens met last Fri. SAVE 3Bc MORTON MACARONI ft CHEESE OlT

day ten members night as present.Mr. scheduled. with Spaghetti & Meat 2 PK;s $1 oo THRIFTY MAIDPEACHES 1

.' and Mrs. W. Fontaine
. celebrated their 38th Wedding
Anniversary and was saluted THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK OR -
with "I Love You Truly" by ii
New officers will be electedat lhriftY S with $7.50 or mere purchase excluding cigarette
the next meeting on Nov. 17 .

at Hall.7 p.m. In the Hampton City fl'', .1 ICE CREAM 11., .ss.. M3 d'f' : :

":' +; -c. SAVE :

THIS 'N THAT < \ $ .
I' : L P : :
Arthur Bruno was honored In Ms ". ..I,..., : SAVE 1 : ;;::.:;: ..' '. IAk 67C J .,..
birthday party) ; .. -
with a I '! 'C._ :,.:
p. .
Saturday night. :t'," "' '!oil ,
home last
'- .o" "', :
enjoyeda vqN ; 38 :J-: :
Some thirty guests 71 ;;oH
large birthday cake In the 2 $1 'l..o..c."o'PEACHES ,

form of a bikini-clad bathing rJJ HALF NAIVES .. 29-ot.
CharaleiwRodriguez. (4-T' i
beauty created by ; -
: Y-'i "
Dot Slade expects to be-open :
tor business In her new buildIng ,..''il'" .."')\; I.''fi'v- -. : 1IL&:4-& : i: ;:

today. She's still on Highway < .JI< ....._""'>" _"..'." .. .. ,, _. ;'. ..." : '. ..' ._.._ ... .
..,_ ... -- .
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301 a couple miles northof r-- -- '" -- ------- ----- ..... .-........-............. -.<::
____ -1 : :;
the old place, next to the ______ '

old meeting Attend United next your Farm Tuesday Agency.City Council night '1 1 I --------f-.t I I f I ;: ;) I I !a .I :, I I EX.-rRA.4',..!rINN.N.GREEN STAMPS..r.w N :: :;::

Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. In the Hamp- i ONE S.18. PKO.

ton City liiiL"Psychiatrists 1 4/: l: : : ., B..f,W-O Patties :: -,


'say It's not ,L.-o: 1 No.2 .r.... ,......_..... i No.3.. ,....,.:c.. .._..... ; No. 4 .' .,.. ,..., -,....... : No.5.. -... ,...' .N..... t
good for a man to keep too ; .. .....................-...... ...-...---.-....... ........ .... .-.. .--.-.. .--. .. . ... .. . .--.-.-.-.- .-..- .. .. -. .. ......- -,

much Revenue to himself.Service says The the Internal same EX.TRA. EX.TR : EX.--R ifiilEX.rRA. EX.--R ':f

thing."-Harold S. May. Editor 671 r..w..Yr.GREEN.STAMPS W xrN w dT1..GREEN STAMPS:. e1U;::t..2Hi STAMPS 671..GREEN STAMPS. ; 'd7(..GREEN STAMPS w L.:

The Florence (Ala.) ONI QUARTER LOIN TWO MB. CUPS FOUR S-... PKOS. ONE Z.l1. PKO.MA I ONI 7.IB. PKO. .."'"''

,, Pork Chops Plm.nto Ch.... Qu..n : rQ Onion Rings i Pisa
.1... -Bradford County. .; Tel No. A i t.i -. No.7......,.... .,_...., : No. 8 .. .....,.... __..." : No. 9 .. ..?. ..,., ... No. 10.. ...,. ..... ..-.... E
egraph. .._....................... ..... ..........._.......- ............ .... "..............................."... .... .....- ........ ...................... .......... .
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Hired to Solve Recycling Garbage More Screwworms Reported In Southeastern States

i State Rubbish Problems Through Forest Soil Screwworms have again been hipped in from screwwonn Ted ed $20 million annually In the
found In Florida, Louisiana and infested area. ; Is the 12th cue discovered Southeast.
the U. S. Departmentof The latest reported case In this year In southernand Federal regulations were Issued
Connecticut l la planning a potential benefits to the peo. May Solve ProblemWhat Arkansas Agriculture: (USDA) report Louisiana' was found In a calf southeastern states, outside In August tngldrh+gwter-

statewide system for disposing pie of Connecticut. It will Veterinarians with USDA's near Jennings. This Is the first of the heavily Infested nary inspection, screwworm!

of garbage, trash, and help to create a more livable Animal and Plant Health Inspection case in Louisiana to be found Southwest-two case In Louisiana free certification, and spraying
survival and tree heights
to do with were ,in a native animal six In Arkansas, two being
other solid wastes with maxi the dally Service (APHIS) said that since the or dipping of all Uvtttock
human environment while
accumulation of some one billion measured. Survival on the con Identified as screw- tart of the southwest screw- in Florida, and one each In moved from the heavily Infested
mum recovery of materialand conserving natural resources pounds of garbage U one trol (non-treated) plots aver larvae were found Oct. 25 In worm eradication program In Georgia and Alabama. Southwest Into or through

energy and providing additional Jobs of the nation's most vexing environmental aged 86 percent compared to worms steer near Oxford. Fla. 1982. The two Florida cases-plus southeastern states. ,

The General Electric Com for Connecticut citizens.. problems. But too 88 to 95 percent on the compost Screwworms a also were discovered Another case was reported Isolated cases reported recently Animal health officials

pany has been chosen by Connecticut D. J. Fink, GE vice president University of Florida researcher treated plots. Most of the on Sept. 28 In a cow Sept. 19 at St. MartinvlUe. La. in Georgia, Alabama and strongly emphasized that all

from among 22 said the Connecticutsolid think they have the mortality occurred during the near Sebrlng. In this case, however the tar Louisiana--have Increased: cf- livestock owners must watch
organizations submitting answer to the garbage crisis. dry period of April. Indicating In both cases the Infested vae were found on a horse tidal concern that screw nouns for .crewworms-.espedally
proposals to develop new waste management pro Instead of burning It, damping a greater moisture holding animals were "nattve" of Flo- that had been moved into the could become re-established when livestock are being

processes and machines for gram parallels the Apollo it In landfill or trying to capacity; In the composted plots. rida, rather than having been tale after becoming: Infested the Southeast.. Prior to their .hipped-since the required

recycling wastes from mixed program in which GE partic make some sort of marketabl.proWct Average tree heights ranged with screwworms while In Tex eradication In 1959, they cost measures cannot be
ipated. "Many in this nation out of It. they want to from about Inches in the control a.. livestock producers anestlmat- considered foolproof.Transparent .
refuse. recycle It through forest soils.Their plots to some Inches In The Arkansas< case, the sixth
"This approach creates a have asked the question we new procedure! Involves plots treated with compost at this year occurred In Howard IT .........

pioneering partnership of can go to the moon why can't grinding up the garbage and the rate of 100-tona per acre. My Neighbors County in a calf. The new Infestation
private enterprise and government we solve Home of our most mixing It Into forest soils where' Some trees reached a height of Is near Little River SlOP COLD WINTER DRAFTS!

serving the public pressing earth problems? In it can decompose. five feet In Just eight months. County; where screwwormswere
good through the solution ofa the first phase, the Connec Experiments; at the UF'. Austin A dense growth of ground vegetation =mm I reprtedearUerthl.y.ar.( Plastic
Cary Forest have shown that APHIS officials said that cold
pressing social problem ticut program is a major systems covered the garbage Storm KitsFor
within the free enterprise design involving broad pine seedlings thrive In soil treated plots within a short rn. weather is expected to eliminate
mixed with solid wastes. Seedlings screwworms in Arkansas -
time the soil from
system, according to Gov. scope and high technology. It n DOORS
planted In the garbage- erosion and providing food and within the next few weeks.How WINDOWS And
Thomas J. MeHkill. "We In quite analogous in
are many SOU mixture have grown twiceas cover: for wildwtfe. ever there is real concern
especially proud that Connec ways to the challenge wo tall as those planted In regular "If we assumed that 100 to 200 over the screwworm threatto STORM g>;dialglF' STORM

ticut is the first State in the faced and helped|> solve in the soil say Dr. Wayne H. tons a of waste applied to forest the Southeast. WINDOW DOOR KIT

nation to tackle the problemof ISMJO'n when NASA asked GE Smith h associate professorwith land greatly Increased wood "We are particularly concerned K'Ty39' < 49<
solid waste on a statewide to work with them In initially the UF's Institute of Food yields foresters could afford to about cases In southern Only

basis in thin way" he Maid. defining the approach. to getting and Agricultural Sciences. pay at least part of the disposalcost. ftJ and southeastern states because Complete.' Kit In p box I Complete".' Kit In a km.
3' 14" '
It touiN
34" 7Z" tou
Citing the failure of piecemeal men to the moon" he He pointed out that much emphasis : Even If foresters were f of the possibility; of tie .ht. IS fin:. tiara tea shed 21 It. r.'b.. .
solution .I in the race Haiti. has been placed: on developing unable to pay for the compost screwworms overwintering and uctyl mould In. and nail. moudlns end mill.
some sort of marketable municipalities would still havean becoming re-established the JU.T Warp Bra*. Chicago 6051
against continued environmental Fifteen regional planning product from garbage. Inexpensive method for disposing region" said Dr. M. E. "Cot- '' Nr eOa Pioneer In Plat-tie Sine 1924

degradation! he said agencies and 109 Connecticut: "Every thing from fertilizers their waste at almost no "I mm to being objective ton". Meadows, veterinarlan-, AT YOUR HARDWARE LUMBER

"Statewide planning for re- cities: und towns uro vxpettcil to breakfast cereals has been environmental costs" Post I'm objecting am I not?" In-charge at APHIS' sterile fly & BUILDING/ SUPPLY STOREGirls' .
Hource recovery, implemented to play active roles! in the tried with little or no success. said production plant at Mission

regionally, in concert with planning and implementation! Even composting plants Including
local offers one operated Gainesville
government, great process
for a short time, have
failed because of the high cost A
of their product and the limited -
I ;PINE LEVEL NEWSBy market for I 1C The real /fEE

need 1* to develop an Inexpensive -- \'
Gary Wheeler method of disposing solid It, II "Io,10, II ....
wastes without harming the en 4 I-PC. csvsyaicur
.+ : ,
vironment. Conservationistshave e alvgiAos ear
Rev. and Mr. John Strick grounds, with pony ride endgames long encouraged this approach i (SASIn112. f";'I: ,...:....}.! ...
land spent last week at the following. It will be a he said. \' ";.,.!-".......;.,. ....,-.
>> "- .
Semi-annual World Fellowship ... .
Baptist day to remember. Results of the study Indicate ..1. 1--.. ..
meeting in Flint. Mich. Next week Nov. 13-17, the that few hundred acres of .;.;. .:
Missionaries from around the Pine Levelaptist Church will forest land could receive all --I'I.': !r' .,...."..
world met with pastors w also be hosting Dr. John L. Kent of the annual solid organic -. .-..:.:......'
received their Christmas gift from Atlanta to speak at their waste produced: by Gainesville

from the Fellowship churches.: revival. Services will Mart at a city; of about 100000.
On Saturday. Nov. 1L those 7:30 nightly with special ma- Growth stimulation of pines and ,
in Grades 6-8 are Invited to a lie led by Dean Cassels. All vegetation would serve as anIncentive al-.n

Scavenger Hunt starting from are Invited to come' and be for forester to allow Men's 0 0 0 rte r
the Pine Level Baptist Churchat blessed by the Word sail the o"p"I vy 0 ,
neighboring municipalities to o D r
.+ :i ;.Colt '
7 music. r
pjn. use their land for recycling: Man'sFamous 3
The Annual Roundup Day at wastes Smith stated. Jackets Corduroy-Coat >:. : '
the Pine Level Church will be Besides boosting tree growth : i ''Sc
held this Sunday, Nov. 12. All IF WE DON'T HAVE H there are other reasons for disposing Maker 'l" Lamenotea' '
are Invited for an outstanding we'll get It for Office 655paly.gr.r \S corduroy MoTOai
you. solid waste on forest Dress Pants & 35. cotton o Double o
day of service and fellowship. Supplies, Furniture Ecplp. lands. Since trees are not a /C Water repel* br.oit.ri ? o 0 0 I I.
The Sunday School goal 1* 250. ment. -Bradford County food product, there' no risk Wid., tol.ction \ lent, machlnwoihoblo o Wd. b.ll t
Dinner will be served on the Telegraph. of kind of human contamination of fin* fabrics \ i o Rod, blob.
any H.D. 30/W Quaker State
S.v.rol styloscolon e Alton.d q.n b b.pe Oil
and the long growing to / handsome ""T"
period for pines 20 to 30 choose fromS.i.i3042 color Waldorf Bathroom Tissue 100** pur* P.nylvon.eGed.. /
crude oil
In the South-would allow e XL Sues SML .4 Roll Pkg; 650 5.....'. per roll a Fm.meta, lubrication' I* "protect*,
GAINESVI'LLEBusiness urge amount of organic material 1 \ I SAVE 2.00 Yellow, !Pink: Blue & TurquoiseLIMIT from corrosion 6V ..or I,
SAVI % Ave 17% SAVI 25%
to decompose slowly. 1.3
In addition, many forest areas ," ,. ', ,, ', I i
are close to urban areas and Our Ohcwnr ,, '.:74, Our Discount i Our Discount M. call '..k .
.... :,. .3.94. : Price Woe)1: Our DikcoiuilPrice "' :
Directory have a very low population den Pric. W..S'tr .. I Prc. Wos-4-W \ Wa..51Car _

sity.; Test Indicate there's apparently ) i

.J, .. .. .. no dangerof any groundwater '

y-f" fin 'AUTO SALES .' '. : p:GARDEN) SUFPLIESIC? : ; :--">.-*The contamination organic waste either.tested' for. ; YP ,Men's :: Men's 100% Acrylic ,. t : ... 6 I..

disposal in forest soils was ,
Dress'Shirts "'' '
produced: from garbage aftermost PullorerSweater '
BRASINGTON' aon& Fan*, Inc. metal removed. / ..
were C 65. poly...., Spr.od collar .
SEEDS PLANTS The waste then ground 35% ) t
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE was up cotton II i with
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides Pet Supplies and mixed with sludge from a Hondsomeselection l I o bl'.ch.d::, Kenner S.S.P 'Toy' Cars / Ea lrSolid State
secondary: treatment o'pott.rns li front & ribbottom A. ..'I..d SAVI Tape Recorder
sewage 1.34
Pine selection ef Used Cars FERTILIZERS & dl 1 I onT,V. MUMIO.. AM/FM/ Digital Clock Radio
W. Rent Fertiliser plant. color I t o 3 color -.It .nv'
Teken On Cadillac Trades Spreaders sty e Sold Slat Intrant loading/
All timber was removed from C Sue U'7 17or ling ; cot'
IV ll ...
SML Our Discount t rocordw .C.num. wood/ catfcftoft 60 mmutanooi
N.W. 13th 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 3784)476) I
2001 Ph. 378.5301 SMLSAVI
the 4-acre site some two years I PMC Wo..J,31 Corn* with battrlt, co..."* alarm Lighted digital' ,
before the beginning of the experiment SAVI 147 1.00 tap., strap & mitt dial

BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASSPOWELL'S Immediately after -4 II 90 D., M.?..., SAVI 5.11 on, y... w_,,.,, fAVI 7.03Pnc
the waste was delivered to the o._, Dgteunr QII Christmas Prom 4.Punk.... P m a..1 ur.h...
Our Disco
un/ 'fu+ .
site It was Incorporated Into .
LIDDELL W 2.2( Proc., Woo.s.9ot
the soil but seedlings were ( Cards Ou; D..count. A ; D w Dicoun,
Beauty Academy not planted until some five II Pncc wm3L:45 PrC1 wn{
r ,
Glass CompanySpore months later In December 1971. Men's A ch..r.is.,

Learn a Preltsslen In Your "By early spring of this year, :.. i w BroadclothPajamas ,: Boys' V; 10m.'It Rockets. --
Spore Time. Full er Part Fer Every Purpo.." It was quite obvious that the y Nylon .5ott.

Time Store Fronts Mirrors pine seedlings on the compost ''i sdtvl 15% "D" CellBatteries ;
treated plots were reacting favorably Ski Parka t
219 N.W. 10 id 378-2764 Tub Enclesures Showers ," explains Don Post -., 4., hond.om.100'.COllon in Water rep.ll.nt .

Glass an assistant professor working & Zpprseal/
Furnitures Top "patterns o Our Discount ttY BAtif For transistorradios
with Smith on the project. colorsPull .3 sipp.r pocketso __
P'.te Was 1.17 /flashlights
Replaced .
forcomfort. Detachable hood
e cut
After seven month*of growth, 'lays, t'
Elastic a 100NylonQo.ll
a '
( etc E Eagle, Heater t
/,, S": .i A.DSAVI D.p.ndobl. Instant heat, Safety. switch; Tom
Repair 1228 So. Main Gainesville 17%
Co SAVI1.S1. SAVl177. p. proof grill IAVI12%
Of Gainesville. Inc. 3724191 372.1102 Corn Kover IG..n..4. o.. Y.,,

D"ountWas Dur Dncaunr ag'KWik.% Paper Our III'!
Repairing Rewinding ,.. Discount Our Discount..
New And Used Santa Fe Tractor Sides/ Pr l P..c.. Wo..5.9r \\.0.f.s S.lf.odh..ty./ Price Was 2.30 Price Was>t6o

2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372-8318 LONG .vtnyl plastic
's Nylon I Stretch h Socks k .18' wide, AkiminiiRiTea

MOVERS Farm & Industrial Tractors 112/ cup flour, ungifted Ankle hugging 100', Nylon stretch e Choose from Reg. Size Foam Bed
.Choose from several ;.. .. o variety. of, "
1/2/ teaspoon baking powder .
Hydraulics & Fitting fashion, colors bright color PillowsMen
Long Distance Moving Bolts all Sixes Steam 1/2/ teaspoon sugar eSita. 10-13 SAVE 15 '... .; lOll d."pns Kettles

Storage Packing'' Cleaner & Chemicals 1/2 teaspoon aalt Our Discount. SAVi 137 All lals.new 90,mater Polishedcopper
Dash black Price Was JrH7: III.
ground pepper
J. .
Sales urethenefaom -
Crating Shipping Service
o> r ,
1/2/ cup milk & 1 cola*
Fr. Estimates Call Our D tcount 10% shreddedlatex -Neon"-
Pick Up & Delivery I! 1 egg separated ( '''r PncW-k17 : faom '.istanthandle
1 teaspoon salad oil Allcorancov.r .1 }
4488 N. W. 6 th St. 6 ear fresh Florida corn ,Ladies'Brushed ; .3 Q,.

Flour for dusting Tops Nylon ; 'SAVI 26%
Colnoovlllo, Fla.
Fat for frying 100% Nylon Waltz Gowns
MUSIC stretch Our D..c.un' ..

Van Service. Into Sift flour with baking powder Novelty e Cloud soft brushed, .PI. WuJ,94'
f fashion
styles .
3540 N.E. Walde Rd. G i'villa sugar salt and black pep- .Long or short nylon warmth for coiy
IALDMN per. In s mail bowl thor sleeves 'rJ e Short, puffed Metal
372427.1 oughly combine milk with .Bright fall fs a .1.....& oppli y Shelves
CROAKS colors Yy '1U. bad,.. -==. Cat LitterS
PIANOS & yolk and oil. Add to flour
egg f .
SiiesSM-L ,...
w a 5 SM.L e i 4
mixture; blend well. Let bat,, "Dry Adiwstabl 'Absorbent,
BLOUNT PONTIAC ter stand at room temperature SAVi1.00 SAVE very. 1'JV- Dim D...
CHOICE! OF THE! ARTISTS i b Contoured handle 'for easy grip 4 .h.I.... TER doriesUseful
CMS. INC. for 20 minutes. Meanwhile Fabric selector, & ironing guide, 12"-36'; y in'

Wash the in cool water. ,... unit r' 9nih, on
cart Pr .. Was 195 8' n. W..n.
y .
Price W..j. ,,
I I Baked oil .
na* .pot."
.. .. ..
Shake off water but do Oft 4. .f .h. ....
excess m.If"h'( '
1IiiI! Ji MUSIC Co. not dry the e.n Sprinkle Men's Work Oxfords Our DiscountPrise WooJD9'Men's GiI ro.lb..

each piece of corn with alt
.. G'vllle Shopping Can. N.opr.n. soUs on rugg.d ,
Factory '"'u tIa.,I...-.' and then dust with flour; outdoor sho tn Ton
P.lltloc 3725351MOBILE hake off exceaa flour. Beat .5.,..7.12 A
Sales Perts>$ervlce egg white until stiff but not SAVI taco

210 N. Main Gainesville. fl. SERVICE REPAIRS dry. Fold Into batter. Dip ltrlw Boots .
372.2583TRPILERS corn Into batter. Fry In deep Our Dl.ewa Square e

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"Beat the Pirates and Go tails for the trip to St. Au- /" ,.
made by a delegationof Tornadoes Got" gustine.Th ..,... ) ..... "I'm In 400 per cent agreement telling Road Foreman Leon El
number of tile Stark SenIor These were the cries of BHS club plans to leave at 'i e y fir. with you. I got stuck lington. The clay was supposed -'.
cmtMia Club. Spokesman students at the ftp Rally Friday 8:15 ajn. November 15, Wednesday w: myself' said Commissioner Commissioner but
Joe Kerrigan asked (that some ; aa they gave their full and be back at 2:30: Ir .ei Ralph Bryan. The slick roads to be about an Inch thick,
of the county' lOOn to be derived support to the fighting Torna pan.slue club's1 purpose tor / are In his district and Bryan was six Inches deep In the In
shared Federal revenue does. Special thanks was givento coin to St. Augustine la to ; had been Inspecting the area. tersection. All five commissioners -
funds be used for J) a day-care tile teacher who chaperoned see the Spanish Influence on Then Commissioner Shuford stood around In the rain'
center for Ut.-.pet.: poor, and the pep buses by Brad Florida. They plan to see the p began his harangue "It's hellIf for over an hour while the Intersection -
poor children, and 2) that a Carter.. Spirit Awards for this Old Fort, Fountain of Youth vI you do and hell If you was worked on.
transportation system be established week and last week were presented -' Old Jail Restoration Area, anda don't," he said, referring to A second grader was called
so elderly persons to tile BHS Marching few other places they have .iI the commission's effort to In to scrap, the gooey clay'
can get back and forth to town Band. President Glen Mulllna am*. Sine the Camera Club build grades high enough to which the commissioners: still
to shop. accepted these awards with full has also! planned a trip to St. withstand wet weather and to refused to classify as gumbo,
-Accepted the low bid of Ter- spirit. Go Tornadoes ColMarjorte Augustine they have decided stabilize sandy roads In dry and the Intersection was made
wtllegar Motors for a 1/2- Denman to team up and make a day weather. Williams seemed to passable. The same treatmentwas
ton Ford pickup truck for $2 of learning, picture taking, and R think "we did It Intentionally, ordered for Flume Road<
785. Jr E. Hardy Auto Sales bid The Senior Class sponsoreda fun. Shuford stated. and Intersection of Bessent and
$2,862, and Baldwin. Chevrolet dance Friday night at the -Marjorie Denman "You've about made me Flume Roads
Olds 2863. New Armory. 'The dance, lasting mad," Williams stated add- The Marklee Starling Road,
-Accepted the low bid of PIlot from I 9>> pan 1 ajo., was November 17 Is a lucky day ing everyone In the room could going east off US-301 north of
Equipment Co., Jacksonville highlighted by th*band Genesis. for all band students. They tell Shuford was angry by the Starke at Stuckey's got the same
for a Warner and Swaxey Cost per student was $1.50, will perform In the Gator Homecoming tone of his office and the way scraping treatment.
excavator costing $45.920 with and the Senior class cleared Parade, which begins he spoke. He Just appeared Commissioner Bryan was apparently
a five-year or 5,000 hour warranty !' $230.83. at noon. Although tile band has to get something done about the only board member
; that repair costs won't -Cindy Mitchell been asked to attend several the situation, Williams said, who realized the extent of the
exceed $8,100 In that time. times before, this Is their first pointing out that the commissioners problem with the wet clay. He
Without the repair guaranty, Ghost and Goblins! On Halloween year; In the Gator Parade. [I :: are public servantsand was all for ordering Umerock
the machine could have been night the Junior Clyl- '-Ann Starling are supposed to listen to m stabilize the road. But
purchased from Pilot for $45- nettes tricked and treated the the complaints and demandsof others, though agreeing something -
170, but the board chose the patients of the Nursing Horn the public should be done, thoughtit
repair contract which Is a high and the Bradford County} Hospital. "You can get 'as mad as you best to wait to see If the
figure set by the seller but i It was an enjoyable time 12 Nominated want to," Shuford told Williams clay can be made to mix with
which also guarantees the coun- for both, when the Clvtnettea For Inspecting the results of f putting clay en a sandy road to stabilise It, Bradford County adding the board's Intentions the sand to stabilize the roadas
ty that repali-s will cost no expressed their special feel- Chamber were good was originally Intended.
more than the set figure. Ings In the cards that they commissioner promptly got stuck Monday on Bettvnt the tame fat. of many residents who "We were trying to do something Bryan said Tuesday he Is
-Was told by Commissioner -' wrote to the patients. Board PostsA tried to negotiate the,. tricky curves on Bcssent Flum., and the Marklea Starling Roads. economically, and It still all I for starting a programto
Ralph Bryan that a deal has -Brenda Holmes didn't work," Commissioner upgrade and stabilize more
been worked out with the Jack- dozen businessmen have But the commissioners stayed to hay. the slick, gooey cloy scraped from the roads, and Bryan Interjected. permanently the county's system -
sonville Department of Safetyon There was a FHA district been nominated for six posts the "You-all do whatever Is of graded roads. He advocates -
Bradford's share of federal meeting Saturday 'November! 4, on the Starke Bradford Chamber got wet In process. necessary. That's all we, the experimenting with a
funds under the 8-county; reg- at Ed White High School In Jack- of Commerce Board of Governors citizens, want," Williams sand.and asphalt mixture which
ional Emergency Medical Care sonville. Four girls from BHS now vacant. stated, abruptly turning and leaving has been used successfully In
Program. No contract was attended this meeting: Ther- The nominees, named at last $2 Million Set For RemovalOf Post 56 Sets the meeting room. Columbia County for years and
signed Monday, however. esa Strickland, Karen Craw- Thursday's Board Governors The commission had post- which costs $6,000 per mile.
-Accepted the resignation of ford Mazelle Dubose, and Veronica meeting, are: John Andrews, Illegal Signs In '72-73 MembershipDinner ed a grader at the intersec- "All we do Is talk we never
Mrs. Debra Henry from her Cum mi... They were Andrews Drugs; John Bradley, Tues. tion of Bessent and the Pine- do anything," Bryan said of the
.,post as secretary to the county accompanied by two FHA sponsors Southern Discount; Arthur Bru- breeze road, but It got stuck Commission
civic defense director. Mrs. Mrs. Walcbnlre" "and Miss no, Bruno's Grocery of Hampton Approximately $2 million In proximately $150,000 available American Legion Post 56, pulling a milk truck In and
Henry has taken a position with Mcl.. rty.; ; Ron Calmano, Innkeeper federal funds has been earmarked for this program. 715 Edwards Road, Starke will out of the subdivision road.
the Division of Family. Services -Robyn Corbin at Holiday Inn; Harold Davis, for removal of nonconforming Billboards and signs In poor have Its annual "Earlyblrd" A school bus got stuck on Flume
Starke. First Federal; Chris Dopson, billboards along repair also are Included In the membership dinner on Tues-
Road then bus drivers refused
-Referred a letter from an This year's Science Club has local chiropractor; Harry Florida's Interstate and other Illegal category.The day night, November 14, at 7 to drive, down Bessent and My Neighbors
architectural firm asking site been busy organizing and plan- Green, Green's Auto Parts, federal-aid highways during Florida Legislature Flume Hoads and were
applications for a proposed ning activities for the school' Mrs. Anne GodwIn Conner Insurance 197273. passed Its law during a special p.m.Members of the Post and their forced to to transport parents their
state law enforcement academy' year. The club Is now preparIng ; Gordon Howell, Du- The state will supplement session in December 1971. A wives are Invited to the annual children to try school Monday, v
to the Chamber' of Commerce. and planning trips to go and' Pont; Royal Jones, National this amount with an additional moratorium on erection of new dinner of barbeque with all the The backed, the "
325 acres Is required. observe places of Interest, such Protein; Mrs. Sandra Reddish, $50,000 as Its share of the 75- billboards along designated trimmings.The county with four-wheel up drive h f'W
-At the suggestion of Attorney as Dupont. The Science Club Is Leila's, and Charles Schmitt 25 per cent participation required highways went Into effect upon food committee of Chair grader The commissioners a at ; ,
Gene Shaw established a also In charge of this year's DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. by the U.S. Highway signature of Gov. Reubin Askew man Charlie J. Schaefer, X.M. teeD Bryan's request agreed to inspect \ ".. .
rule that the clerk will record Science Fair. Ballots will be malted to Beautification Act. on Dee 8, 1971, and the Governor Smith and Pete Witt advises the Bessent Road situation 'R ; I
no more deeds conveying any -Joe Odom chamber members. The new According to State Depart- and the Federal Departmentof members that dinner will be Monday afternoon. They ...
property to the county without officers will begin their termsof ment of Transportation spokesmen Transportation signed the of- served at 7 p.m. There will did, In Commissioner Ro "j .....
the deeds first being approvedby TOLA working away! service next year. although no definite date flcal state-federal agreementon be plenty of food, and fellow- berts' car and promptly got .<< Ii \ .J
the board. An FBLA Club meeting was The chamber governors last has been set to begin the actual Jan 27, 1972.Noncomplying. ship, Commander Lee Taylor, stuck when, they drove into the \1."r 1 ';
held Thursday, November 2.Items' DOT Is !\ signs are ones
Thursday passed a resolution dismantling of signs, "we urge all members and Intersection. The Jeep pulled
Pot. brought up included electing -' opposing ratification of the Equal ready to begin work, as soon which were lawfully erected, their wives to come. It Is one them
Rachel Williams as Rights for Women amend- as the federal money Is made but which do not comply with of the dinners we have each Commissioner out. Shuford, sans \ ;'p
Treasurer and discussions of available for provisions of the new law. Asa where all ,
ment to the U. S. Constitution use. year we can get together first out of ,
.(From Pog 1)) money raising projects. Three already approved by 26 states; It A new state law calls for dismantling result of the "Ladybird Bill," and enjoy good fellow- the raincoat car, to was Inspect the the road. r. .., IJ'"
stated he thought somethingelse committees were set up with- takes 38 for passage. and removal of all offsite regarding set-back and spacing ship, reminisce aboutouryearsin "I didn't have Idea It was ,
was wrong and asked If in the club to head up activities The amendment was passed commercial advertising permits 'will be renewedfor the wars, and made plans this bad. They any Just piled it
With fund raising, and service. within 660 feet of feder- those signs which were previously the Commander :
he could search the car. last session by the Florida signs for coming year, on and left It," he.was heard
permission from Arnold he and Each member had a part In !House, but has yet to gain state al-aid highways rlghts-of-way, licensed, until the sign Lee stated
this. At the present, I-BLA and unzoned is scheduled for removal. This
Khoden! In zoned
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searched the vehicle and came Many members of the boardof commercial districts. procedure necessary
, up with the pot. the home football games. Everyone governors looked upon the Failure to comply with the removal of non-compliance
Region 10 Investigator Carl please support the club amendment as refutation of the Beautification Act could resultin signs Is to be carried out over
Miles was asked to Investigatethe and the Fighting Tornadoes! rights of women as American the FHWA annually withholding period several years.
case by the police force -Debbie Thomas citizens A few members asked up to 10 per, cent of federal Thirty-day notices, have been
In Starke. ,, for, the views of some groups funds from a state.Thetfederalmoney. r .sent to owners of illegal signs,
,, The Spanish Club meeting fOr tIIel.remQViI1.The f
Investigation Is stilt'aindggre r supporting amendment-;,-but ; It eaV- 'Ksking
way bypartment the'"ttlrke"Ptellre"tk:' ., =.. "Novembet"y opened as' President -' all that i was brought out was marked by the FHWA to pay billboard law Also applies
Tim Crews cave the deI that the' -Women'. Liberation for the removal of signs erected to a portion of the Florida Turn-
movement supports it. along the federal-aid highways pike in St. Lucle, Martin and
On a motion by ,:Attorney before Oct. 22, 1965. Payment Palm Beach Counties which
DANIKLS' SUZUK t I I CENTERING. George Pierce the governors for billboards constructed bet- presently Is designated as part budgetpleasing'S1 J''
passed ''a resolution opposing ween Oct. 22, 1965, and Jan. I of the Interstate system ;
flll NORTH MAIN .,s.'.ea7 GAINESVILLE the amendment. Several mem- 1968, Is provided for in the
bers abstained from voting. state law.Illegal (r.AJ co ok ware. in your
: Cycle: Accexeortox In other, action It was reported signs. Including :those t..J..H" v
Christmas, 4 Make Idful Xmas thatImprovement; which went up during the moratorium favorite color !
LayA-Way lilexllclmctx; .. awards for October period, are the subjectof \-I\ jJL .
TiHilx. Shirt, went to the Starke Pet hearings currently being held
Available. ,tipple", (;love, s Center and the Jackson Mlnlt around the state. Owners of 0J .\.' .
l.ilCh''c.., Mart on !North\ Temple Avenuein illegal signs have been requested ..
::7 .
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-9156.89 had to be transferred fail to comply! the DOT Is "That the future of Amer. ,
12 Months Warranty Fund to authorized to send Its own force ,/ '
12,000 Miles or : to the Calf Scramble ica is In darned good shapecan
cover expenses for the 1972 of workers to the site and dismantle .,
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season in a romping 42-0 win over a

heavily favored Fernandina Beach team.

64-20 homecoming victoryover ,est: State A-AA poll, ran Its and Intercepted. a pass on de-
P. K. Yonge by the Lake )record to 7-0 overall and 5-0 fense. Other persons intercepting Prior to the game Coach David as Bradford doubled Its first
Butler Tigers last Friday night .within the league. PKY. the defending passes were Curtis Sir- Hurse said, that the Pirates half score.
has get the stag fore&."an- conference champ Is mones, Alfred Watkins, Harold would be the best team the Tornadoes The statistics told the whole
nee Conference showdown at 1-6 and 04. Archer, and Joe Maxwell who would face all year'and story. In the firsthalf, Fernan-
Wlfflston next week for first As usual Tiger quarterbackDale all got one. that to win, Bradford would dlna's awesome offense could
place In the Conference. Green was superb lie Backs Bennie Boykins and have to finally put it all together. manage only 38 yards total offense -

"This was our best game made good on 11 of his 19 passes Curtis Slrmones, the sophomore while being penalized 75 .J
of the season," winning Lake for 205 yards, two touch- had a hand In the romp. That's Just what they did Fri- yards, mostly for personal
Butler Coach Charlie Roberts downs (both long bombs to Bil- Boykins ran for 89 yards and day night.the Tornado offense fouls.
says. "It was a solid team ly Ray Smith), and two extra one TD; Slrmones added 60 proved consistent and the defense Passing, the Pirates could
.effort I{by an outstanding football point conversions. Green also yards and four TD's. spectacular. The defense complete only one of 15 passes
team.*" .ran for one of the two point Fred Sirmones got the TI- set up the first three scores the entire night, with it coming
Almost 3,000 fans watched conversions. gers' ninth score on a four by first forcing Fernandina to late in the final period.
as LB: ranked nth In'the lat- Green also ran for 75 yards, yard blast as the gun sounded punt from gee ofea yard,' Going Into Friday night's
from the quarterback position for the final quarter. thus iv good Florida Star Conference con-
Defensively Angelo Williams field position and then by later test, both teams were tied for
was' the leading tackler with intercepting two Pirate passes. first place in the conference
five, and two fumble recov- Malachi Henry scored his along with St. Augustine and
OP ContestLooms eries. Klrwin Clyett and RIchard first of two TD's from one Palatka South. Bradford and
Yarborough also made yard out to give BHS a 7-0 Fernandina were also tied for L.
five tackles. lead. Terry Hayes later caught third place In District with
PKY rushed the ball 31 times touchdown passes from quar- Identical 5-3 records. The loss i N
for over 100 yards for a 3.2 terback Eddie Hazen ad Bradford -' virtually knocked the Piratesout .

average per carry. "A little Jumped to an early 21-0, of both races. x tF4. LLc1Cr
Big more than we like to give up lead with 8:55: still remaining Bradford, with now a 6-2
per carry" stated Coach Ro- in the first half. mark is still tied with Palatka
berta. From then on the Tornadoes and St. Augustine for the con- Bradford workhorse Moloch! Henry makes hit way over the goal with good blocking for a

"They (PKY) did most of simply breezed by the Piratesas ference lead and is third in BHS touchdown last Friday night against Fernandina Beach In a 42 0 victory over the Pir
To Bradford"We the damage In the first half Fernandina lost all poise and the District, behind Eastslde ates.
and after halftime we adjusted made numerous mistakes. In (7-1)) and St. Augustine ((6-1-1).

to them and we played a the second half, Wayne Testone line. On second down the Pirates tackle for a nine yard gain, to exchange of punts. Fernandlnn
good game," says Roberts. caught a four yard pass from PLAYBYPLAYFrom picked up a first down on give the Tornadoes a second was again backed up deep in
were fired up tor the ther get Into the play-offs. The Bobby Croft was the outstanding Hazen. Henry and Hayes each a four yard gain but a personalfoul and goal-to-go from the one their own territory the 14-
Fernandlna game and will haveto boys feel the same way. They defensive man rushing t and got! Into the scoring act again the opening kickoff. penallty/ nullified the play yard line. Ilenrv then took yard line. O On first down Duane
be fired up for the Orange want to go to state," says did a good Job blocking at the and moved the ball back to the the following handoff and dove !Jukes picked-up four yards
Park'game," says Head Bradford -, Coach David Hurse. guard spot, according to Ro ; three yard line. On fourth over for the score. over left tackle, but on second
High Football Coach Da- This week' BHS, PalatkaSouth, berts. down the Pirates were forced The extra point kick by Gary down Dukes lost two to bring up
vid Hurse of his 42-0 victory and St. Augustine are in j a "It will be an important game to punt the ball away and Bradford Melvin was good and Bradford a third and eight from the 16.
over Fernandlna Beach and the three way tie for the Florida for the conference lead l and took over on the Fernan- had an early 7-0 lead with 6:16: Quarterback William Klchothen

'upcoming Florida Star Con- Star lead with identical 5-1 they have a couple of good . ., dina Beach 38 yard line. remaining in the first quarter.
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ference battle with Orange Park records. But either Pal at ha or backs and an aggressive line," << ., H .. ."" ) ; ''f i' ; w... \, Six straight carries by Mala Following the kickoff and an (See Page 12))
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this Friday night in Starke. St. Augustine must lose tomor- commented Roberts on the up- .. '. .": ";+" ;i<1"'V" '"?" : ?e.,\,:"' : chi Henry netted 28 yards and

"They OP) are coming off row night, barring a tie game. coming game with Williston in ., ..," ",,' "': 1" /) "ri..') :, f gave the Tornadoes a first down - -
of a 24-0 victory over Belles That will give the loser two Wililston Friday night.STATISTICS. 1 .It. :'I ,' i" .w 1&"'" : ':" : 'm' :' on the Pirate 10 yard line. Brad
'and have a couple of fine backs losses. If SA wins, PalatkaIs : "':J : : '( ; ;, ,: Carter then took the call on KH Loses 480ToS.trongRams '

and a good size line," says out and SA and BUS both : .. 'I .first. down and broke off left
Hurse. BHS beat. Bolles 27-6 have ""I"
one in conference ,
'I'Of.', ,.....,: .,:.;. .
earUer in the season forhome- play. But BIIS would win the LB PKY I '> : ; ;
comlng. < title because it has beaten St. First Downs 20 16 ., : <* "

.. "They are a dangerous team Augustine.. It Palatka wlna,.as Yds Rushing 285 73 ;"": .. ...
''Uti'VeitrtCbTtv i -"3'oa"hnmanywhere the Tornadoes hope;the Braves'\\,"Yds"Passlng! *.-2eST.... Ill '1..I" '

on the fielsay, wUl take the Florida. Star title Passes 11-19-0 12-31-4 l./ "':., ; t.
Hurse.'BHS will seek Its'seventh because they have beaten BI IS. Fum'I Lost 2' 2 .,.!...

victory against two losses Bradford High Eastslde of ids Pen'l ,60 15 Of
this season. The team is Gainesville, and St. Augustineare : Interlachen i
still in quest of Stats ,playoff now In contention for the Score by Quarters:
berth. $ ., District II state play-oft berth. Wayne Tetton catches a pats from Hasen for a first "'" .
Team com mentsv from the Eastslde now has the best Pity 0 12 0 0 20 down needed substain, a drive in the game against the The .Keystone 'ill ilgn Indians season Friday night in Hast
Raider scouting report are that record, 7-1. SA is 61and LB 8 22 0 32 64 Pirates. lost to neighboring Interlachen logs as they face Hastings /High
they are a ball controlling offense BHS 6-2 for the season. High School 48-0 last Friday .School. "'
from a wishbone offense night in a game played
and the counter Is their best Bradford took charge of the before nearly ,,2,000 fans at
x. :-i i !v: If Palatka beats St. Augustine BHS JV GriddersTie football game as the Tornadoes Gary Cooper field in Keystone
Beet defensive',Player that this week, SA will then chased Donnell Baker out of Heights. Distance
Orange Park ha*it tackle Char- have two losses and a tie, bounds on his own half yard The first 10 minutes of play
lie Floyd who.*'bIg and tough dropping SA from contention for STATISTICS saw Keystone in complete con-
according/ to the report. the play-off berth. Palatka is With trol of the game. The Indians Runners
already out with 4-4 Tough BHS FB had the ball twice
Jimmy Gay is the best secondary a season First Downs picking up
defensive player for mark. 15 5 two first downs and over 30
Orange Park. He defends passes yards rushing 147 120 yards rushing. But two five Face Big
extremely weU,' and has If BUS knocks off Orange Buchholz Bobcats yards PC-PA-PI passing 105 11 yard penalties, one for delayof
good speed at his safety; po Park this week and then can 11-15-2 I-IS-2 game and the other for Illegal
sition. get by Eastslde next week, penalities 30 105 procedure, .hurt the Indians Test Sat.Bradford
'A three year 'veteran quarterback Coach Hurse and his boys will fumbles 0 1 in attemptS to pick up .
Robert Gasklns Is not have gained their berth in the Gainesville's Buchholz Baby: This type of action continued punts 1-35 4-35 further yardage. .
very fast; only an average passer play-offs and a shot at the coveted Bobcats played) even host to the until halftime which let the Baby Meanwhile, the defense limited High's cross coun-
and will depend quite a bit Class AAA state title. Bradford Tornado visiting Reds go intq the locker rooms the visiting Rams to only try team has not been able to
on the option according to All this, Coach Hurse points Junior varsity team Wednesd.v! : ahead 6-0 over the Bobcats. two yards rushing In three run- get over third place In the last
scouts. out depends upon BUS beating night with a 6-6 tie for the second Bradford received the second Badcock ning plays forcing a punton three meets It has attended.
Halfbacks for Orange Park Orange Park this week and time the two teams hate half kick-off and returned IK. the (Rams' only possessionin Two weeks ago HI IS thlnclads
are Ted Kelly, quick, and hard Eastslde next week. The Tor- met this season. ball to its own 39 yard line witha the first 10 minutes of play. went to Palatka for the combined -
running, andJohn Flowers,very nadoes cannot afford a third Buchholz and Bradford met first down. On the first play Draw-Tite However, it was to be "Ram" Palatka Jaycees Invitational
fast, tough runner and can run defeat Should ..Eastslde beat last time In Starke during the Tommy Reddish fumbled the night .an Intercepted pass and Florida Star Conference -
to the outside fast BHS In. the season finale, It third game of the season: with ball while trying to go to the on the Indians 23 gave the meets at Havlne Gardens.
Fullback Larry Bassett. will push the young Gainesville Buchholz -coming out winning outside for running room, and a Retain Rams the first break of the In the conference meet Brad-
small, but.extremely:quick on school Into the play-offs. 22-20. Buchholz man \\illiam John- game. After runs of 13 (the ford placed third with Palatka
I Bradford's JV will play> home son, picked the ball up staggerIng Rams' first 1st down) and five South In front with 24 points
next week for a double header and ran to the goal line for 1-2 LeadIn yards, quarterback Jimmy Orange Park second with 48
starting at 6 p.m. when the the last score of the game Future Bradford Foot. Strickland scooted five yards and IBIS with 65. Clay County/

ninth graders go up against which tied the game up at 6-6. bailer, new team mascot, for the Rams' first TD. Hf- High School was disqualifiedfrom
Live Oak and after the JV will The extra point run was no Men's Flag Football action John David Francis observes ty-slx seconds remained In the the meet.
do the same.Buchholz good by the Buchholz offense Wednesday Nov 1, Bad- first period. Top finisher for BUS/ was
During the second half the ball cock Furniture and Kitchens his team warming Despite a tremendous indi- Mark Hodges with a course
received the ball was turned over six times bet. Tile each won its game and up for the Fernandina vidual effort by the Indians time of 13:04: for a third place
on the kick off with Allen :Norton .
ween the two teams, notlncludIng remain 1 and 2 in the league game.Branford's. middle linebacker Todd Bran- finish in the meet
doing the booting for BHS.A .
Carl Hunslnger followed Hodges
punts on fourth downs. standings. who !In 15 tackles -
15 yard Bobcat pass and non, was on ,
Buchholz in Kitchens taking llth place Jimmy
was, the last won its game the
r two by Buchholz with the Rams scored 42
reverses quarter, at the BHS 26 yard easy way, a 7-0 forfeit when more Cauley in 14th, Paul Parsons
William Johnson doing the run- line points24 coming In the sec- In 17th .Soiree
and tight end Sheldon Gem Jewelry was unable to ond at 20th
E ning helped move the ball for Nudge hard field Qlarter.The place, Kirk Hunsinger in 21st
put a rush on and a team.Badcock ,
Buchholz down to the four yard caused and Rams' scoring was led and Mike McRae at 22nd
recovered had place
fumble since
a a play
line After of BHS.the sustained drive which gave BHS the ball at Its Draw-Tlte did show up but the Hatch First TD's by Strickland and passed, who for scored another two for BHS./
'i- In
own 27 win the invitational meet BHS
yard line. was also an easy one for
held by the Bobcats a fumble In two. Dorsey White was on the
On finished In fifth
second down another fum- Badcock that is, after Marcus place as a
the backfield gave Bradford defenders receiving end of both of Strick-
ble team. Mark
occured and Buchholz got Rhoden made his appear- To Score Hodges received a
a chance to get the ball the ball again in good positionat ance. land tosses, for 35 and 37 trophy for his performance
for the Baby Tornado offense yards. Willie Baker who
the BHS 20 yard line. Draw Tlte made a game of It car- coming In at sixth place.
on its own nine yard line. ried for 151 yards In only 12 Palatka South
first with
during first half The was
On the first play BHS ran play. 100 Points carries, also scored two TD's- 42 points, Ocala Vanguard
score at one time during the second -
Tommy Reddish broke lose on BHS Buch. half was deadlocked at 12-all 28 and 26 yards. Aaron Debose, with 62, Orange Park third
a simple running play, broke First downs 8' 9 but when the also scored Intercepting an with 92, PKY with 109 points
five tackles, and with goodUlWIUJm Yards half came toclo.e Branford's Lee Hatch became Indian pass and following host
: "' ,"'__ __ ..._ _u_very__..._ ,,__ rushing 165 80 S Badcock had moved out the first football of blockers 30 followed by BHS with 115. UnIon -
..-.-- -. ." .....-- 11VII1 VNY1.1..uran '. Yards passing 0 140( in front by 1912. area playerto yards to the County; with 170, and Palat-
-1)1)01) ; seven
the ball 91 yards for the PC-Pa-Pi 0-2-0 8-15-2 In the score more than 100 points Indian end zone. Gary Brum- ka Central In last place with
Bradford guard Vernon Barber leads the for Mai first touchdown of the game, fumbles lost 5 2 half Badcockwas Friday night and now leads all baugh made good on three of 171 points.A .
achl Henry to make a large gain Friday night way putting BUS in the lead 60. win in the dominator outscor- polnbnakers with 106 points after six extra point attempts and five way meet held at PKY
nandlna. against Fer With 4:20: remaining in the Scores by Quarters: seven starts.Marcus eight weeks of high school added a field goal to completethe In Gainesville, BHS was third
Rhoden (who else)
first quarter Reddish attemptedan BHS 6-0-0-0- 6 football season Ram scoring. place with Ocala Vanguard in
paced his team to victor '. Rho-
the straight,ahead run,, Is very extra point but failed In doing Buch. 0060On -' 6 den fired three touchdown} Malachi Henry, Bradford first, and PKY in second over
and the remained passes High's star runner, is following STATISTICS
so score
fast according to BHS scouts a 23 yarder a 10 and a 12 close behind in '" the Tornadoes. Buchhols In
The Orange Park game Is a 60.Buchholz ball Its to Harold Bishop, and scored with 98 second place "."Ku fourth place and Lake Butler
got the on points. "
must win for the Tornadoes tin fifth finishers behind
| first down the Bobcat two himself on runs ot live II were
2rt' quarterback Henry in first FD
own 35 yard line after the kickoff was place until 4
If wish to baa' either Bradford.
they a
a reverse and ran and seven yards. The other
and tried passing the ball a few weeks ago when he ran Total Ydl 58 379 Mark
berth In state poet-Haaonplay- to the Hodges again paced
right side but was stop TDs came on a five yard Palatka
Star twice and running once. On pass up against South for Rushing 41 198 BHS In
offs or the Florida Conference ped hard finishing fifth place
by Leonard Sapp for John Watson
to Ronnie Thomas
.. third down the Buchholz quarterback points and Hatch passed him. 181
It BHS beats with a time of 13:45.
no .
crown. gain.On A/C/Ill 5/12/27 :
was back to and Rhoden also ran for a He has been in second place 9/17/1 '
] pass
Park 1"L "The district Saturday
tomorrow night third meet this
Orange \ down Buchholz -
attempted -
conversion and passed to Bishop
:011 since.
down Furn'I Lost
: was run by Hodge I 0
Augustine beats Pa- (; t will be tough with Ocala
and St.
pass which
rY at the 25 yard line for a 12 yard was for two others. Biggest point production of Punta Ave 5/33.0 1/41.0
latka, the Tornadoes will win by Dwight Barber at the BHS Vanguard expected to come out
loss forcing theBobcataopunt the week was from Lake Butler Penalties 60 50
.1 -
24 yard STANDINGSi' in first place. In order to
the conference crown. BHS had the ball one down line giving BHS possession Badcock II -1, sophomore Curtis Slr- qualify -
But that's not the way BHS of the ball again. Kitchens 5-2, Draw Tlte 2 for the state meet as a
coaches and players want It. after the punt at Its own 28 On second down when attempting 5Gem1-6.1 manes, who managed 26 points. Score by Quarters: team Bradford must be either

They would rather get Into the ..... yard line on second down a to pass BHS fumbled SCHEDULE) (FINAL GAMES) Hawthorne's Everette Brown first or second in the meet.
state play-offs. To do that Pa- ... .--*. ......' mix up between the center Bill which turned the ball back over WEDNESDAY, !NOV.\ 15-- scored 24, and Gainesville's I- 6 24 12 6 48 North Marlon of Ocala Is expected -
Brown and Quarterback Mike Possum Fuller 18 to give the KH- 0000Key.tone 0
beat St. Auguitlne. to Buchholz. The Bobcat's DRAW TITE GEM. 7:30 to provide stiff competition -
latka must "Greetings )'ou are or Gasklns produced a fumble keptthe' vs : powerful Hurricanes four
about the con- ball bat did the p.m., KITCHENS: BADCOCK in the fight for state
"I don't care dered to not score vs
report. which was recovered Buch- names the top 15 .
by among .car.rs. Height will be gunning "
qualifying Coach
remainder Grover
ference championship I'd ra- :, the game 9 p.m. says -
holi. .
I for Its fifth win of the Howard.

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.. "We Just put It all together comment Head Football Coach ball same In Starke. outstanding defensive ball of effort that we bar ,been 301
We could have done this anyDavid Hurie of the 420 shut. "This was the first time that game' and we are proud that ding."Randy GasMn and Wayne waiting for all year long. according FLORIDA
time we wanted to with the out of Fernandlna Beach last' ''I have been here that I've triedto we finally got a shutout for Lombus are the best offensive to Redding. ?
good team effort I and a win Friday night In an Important score more than 35 points the first time of the year" linemen of the week because Receivers of the week are
that we needed very badly," Florida Star Conference toot on a team. I did It becausethe according to Sexton. they went down the field blocking Hayes and Tester due to good THEATRE DRIVEINShowtimeWeekday
I team needed it. They need- DonnIe SeweU and Bobby Dy and got more down field catches for scores or set ups ,
Bradford Wins ed a big win" says, Coach a1. Billy Bighorn, all three made blocks last Friday than the of touchdown
Big. Hurse. real fine defensive plays near rest at the year combined," Henry has carried \the ball 7:00 Showtime 7:00 P.M.

"Many BAS students were the goal line for BHS. says Bedding. 185 times this season for 1034 Sunday 3:00 'rl. Sot.,'Nov. 10,11Fri. ,
(From P.g.11)) down, teachers were down and "So, all In all. we are happy Steve Register did a good :yard and a 5.S8 average ,ainrcarl".Carwrbascarried SaturdsTjOQ
some of our fans were down -Sat. .Sim.
Job. He had to block one of w
went to the air but Malacht rate one yard line. On the because of the Palatka game. says with Sexton."I the. defensive effort" the best middle guards In the i the ball 69 time' for 370 yards November 10, 1)), 12 ,
I told the players, after the Star Conference and total.
Henry ptcked-ofl the Pirate following play, Henry crossed
aerial after It was tipped by over from the one to make It meeting Monday, night we were thought the offensive line did a good Job at. according Hazen has thrown the ball '
did the best Job of the year last and I-If* still/ fire
going after them and staying 153 time completed 76
another Tornado defender.Henl" 28-0 with Melvln's kick.Fernandina's to
) returned the Interception lone scoring with them until the final whistle Friday night We put it all GaryMelvin did a good Job of them for an average of 49.6 Ante old
together and everybody story a fight
12 yards! back to the PIrate threat came on the following blew, said Hurse. an and Vernon Barber played his of completion for love) tk
"My only regret Is that It outstanding Job, says offensive Friday night Henry ran the
16-yard! line. On first set of downs as on second line Coach Butch Red- usual consistent Job with good and elory..VL4".T .-
down Brad Carter took the handoff and eight from the 28, quarterback was against Coach Jerry Reese plays near the goal line once "ball 35 time for 151 yard anda '
for a five yard! gain and a William Rlcho rounded (Fernandina Head Coach) team defending the shutout title according 4.3 average gain per carry -
face masking call moved the ball left end broke loose from a because he and I are good Arthur to Redding. to break the. 1,000 :yard l '.
half the distance to the goal, host of Tornado tacklers.Wayne friends. "I would not change mark. ""
a thing. This win has given us Hazen threw the ball 17 time
giving the Tornadoes a first Testone finally got the scrappy Terry Hayes caught two
and goal-to-rorrom the six yard quarterback by one leg around a big lift and more confidencethan Hewett touchdown passes and did a for 10 completions and a 58.85
line. the Tornado 40 yard line, but we have had all year real good Job blocking of the percent completion average for
Henry took the call on first without help the little Pirate Nurse contends. options and this Is the kind 80 yard against Femandina.Brad'd .
down and bulled his way down to shook loose and scrambled down Brad Carter had his best Wins 7thContest
the three.* Two strident passes to the Bradford 18-yard line game of the year, and Mala-
to Wayne Te tone were over- before Gary Melvin caught up chi Henry ran the hardest he
thrown, bring up a fourth down and layed him down.A has all year according to
from the three. With five seconds face masking call against Hurse.
remaining In the quarter the Tornadoes helped move the Hazen did the best Job at Arthur Hewett of Starke, Is
flaxen then went to the air again. ball down to the Bradford seven quarterback than he has all the seventh winner of the Tel : : ..
yard line where It was year, and Wayne Testone playeda egraph's Football Contest for A&A/N. .
This time Gray Flynn was on first and goal-to-go. At that good game blocking and catch- Cash sponsored by area mer- '

the receiving end and Bradfordled point the Bradford defense Ing the ball. chants. ., -' "MaJ.[ ;
14-0 Melvln's "I'd like to commend the offensive pif3t PLUS
as kick was -
tightened. Three running plays.a1ned Hewett missed four gomes on ... ...............: .. .. -
good. line of the superb block- Ss4w -
the list along with Eddie Grit- ... ...
only two yards! bringingup <-- -
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Kicho! took the ensuing kickoff a fourth down from the five ing they did Friday night. It tie who failed to state a tie John Wayne

for the Pirates and returned yard line. Fernandina then rana was because of their effort that breaker, giving Hewett first And Richard Boone In.
It out to the 31 yard line reverse with Robert Mack the backs ran that well comments place for the $100 In cash. He -PLUS -

where a face masking call cost carrying the ball, but defensive Hune."f'ernandlna. received his check Wednesday JAKE"l.t'
the Tornadoes still had the best ..__ "BIG
15 yards and gave back Billy BIgham wasn't to befooled morning from Telegraph Society _
FernandIna a first down on their and threw the Pirate ball club that we faced all year." Editor Gladys Mooty. 1 "last .
own 44 yard line.. A first down according to Hurse. r ar
runner for a seven yard loss, Hewett guessed the highest f ., w
pass fell Incomplete. On second ending the threat. The defensive secondary finally point scored by one team on of the r.- Sunday; Monday
down Bradford ran Henry Starting from their own 12 put It all together Friday the list, the tie breaker, wouldbe rl November 12, 13Hot
Fuller out of bounds on the yard line the Tornadoes then night with Gray Flynn, Malachi 62 points. Lake Butler scored red 1
Fernandina side of the field, drove down to the Fernandlna Henry, Billy Bighorn,and Wayne the highest In Its 64-20 defeat .l l.Lcwe .
after a short gain. There a 40 yard line. On first down Testone holding Fernandina to of hapless P. K. Yonge. ( .
Pirate kicked a Tornndo and from the 40, Henry pickedup only one completion In 17 passes Eight other contestants HOT .HARDL / JiI/Ea1I/ ..
the officials saw It, giving Fer 10 tough yards! up the mid- and that one was a screen missed only five of the games rz" .
nandlna a 15 yard penalty; and dle, but an Illegal motion penalty pass," says defensive secondary and 19 missed six. ,_,".-- ,....,
moving the ball back to the I; against Bradford nullified coach Steve Bushore. Hewett missed the Florida ,PHI- .:,'r:. -" ,
31 yard line. the play and moved the ball Henry Intercepted one'pass State Houston GeorgiaTennessee. $
On third and 21 from their back to the 45 yard line. The and Vernon Barber Intercepted Harvard-Penn., and Ga. :
own 33 yard line, Itlcho went next two plays netted only four two, all three setting BHS Tech-Duke games SAT & SUN.MATINEES .
back to pass and linebacker yards, to bring up a third and up In scoring position, accordIng Deadlines for entries Is 6 )f
,, .a".Sat.
Vernon Barber leaped high Into to Bushore. Barber got the
; 11 from the 41 yard line. Mala- p.m. tomorrow Friday, Nov. :,us .
-the air to wrestle the ball chi Henry then took the pitchout best defensive lineman of the 10. Hewett won on his second '
'away from the Intended receiver week award. try, so try your luck at the At 1:00:2:30; :
giving Bradford Its se- from Ilazen and threw a 35 Bighorn and Henry are co- $100 cash this week. Sun. At, 3:00: Adm. 75f
|cond Interception or the night yard pass which found Gray holders of the defensive back of
fend a first down on the Fernan- Flynn on the receiving end at the week award, due to their WISH I'D SAID

jlina 39 yard line. the six yard line. overall performance Friday U&.nag1e...
Wayne Testone caught a 10 Three plays later Wayne Te- night. THAT"Why I eq. '
yard pass from on first stone grabbed a four yard pass "I really Just can't say e-
down and a piling once added from Hazen for Bradford's fifth nough about how the secondary -
another 15 yards to give the TD of the night. The extra point moved on the boll and cor-

Tornadoes a first down on the kick was good and the Tornadoeshad related their efforts as ,one '; Cheerleader Donna Prevatt kicks high and
Pirate 14 yard line. Three stretched their lead to 35-0 strong Individual," says Coach
plays later I Hazen wont to the air with 8:16: still remaining In the Bushore. is it that the man who .stretches her arms with joy during the 42 i 0 defeat of Xc9thwh

again and Terry Hayes wagon game. "We had a real fine team puts the tap back on the toothpaste Fernandina.Beach., .
the receiving end for Bradford'sthird It didn't take vTornadoes effort, and I felt like Randy always marries a wom- '
TD. long to get their hands back on Caskins. Bobby Dyal, and Ver- who wwWwwONLY NGEi.S ffiJ
The extra point attempt was the ball as six plays later, Carl non Barber all turned In real an doesn't--Robert<
good by Melvin and Bradfordled Luther recovered a Pirate fine performances, as well as Lee, Woodward (Okla. ) THE VERY RICH

21-0 with 8:55: still|.remainIng .. fumbleUmon!, the ferjiandm);" ?:"* lj;... ..Wayne." Rambus and Gary,Mel-t:$ ourna11. t161E _''J1a i' CAN ? ti h .+( Dhhe at JJlkl):1 I'lQflENPLUS
> "- vln Defensive Line 'AFFORO'CHEAP'-AJRI'J AIR
In the half says U/k nctentimt-oayst. "bwrlrld" .
: I ; "
Eight plays later; Terry Coach ffilke Sexton.s
Before the end of the quar.; /
!is cooling off.: The world
Hayes scared the maybe *
Bradford threatened once games final "Terror .Hayes! played meal CONDITIONING" :
ter, "
TD on an eight yard pass but.the people) aPP' m>t'. =
again, moving Inside the Pirate from lit -
20 yard line before apass
Interception ended the drive. Kentucky Fried QUALITY WORK
Bradford took the second half My Neighbors DOESN'T COST IT PAYS ,' -.t PaMMOUNT PICTURES MIMNM. AN
kickoff and marched 59 yards In rrccotMkytvc a TOJ''fcnI' coMIi1Zfl

II plays with Henry going over Way To Small Fry Lead QEFRIGERATION
from one yard out. Henry had 1?:....: I OWN
returned the kick-off 20 yards ;
out to the 41-yard line where ,- "'Aay, ,'. WEATIIERTRON AIR CONDITIONING.
the Tornadoes first setup shop. Kentucky Fried Chicken had the touchdown.. Kary Padgett ran HEAT PUMPS .
Five running plays netted 14 fought its way from the bottom for the conversion and a 7-0 R.. a,..ynxuowrtncvusee '...
to bring rd and of League standings to first lead. 226 STARKE 964-7731 [ J.- ," ,
.. S. Walnut St.
eight from the 45yard line. J?,.; JF .. place in Small Fry Flag Foot- Very late In the lame First I 1 ;
Federal began to drive and
Wayne Testone then nabbeda 1i ball.The on I

17 yard pass from Hazen for i t red KFC team has now the final play of the game Ken-, At' A_ Aa A_ .....;. _a __ ___ A -- -- --
the first down and a defensive i'- won three games In succession ny Clark passed to Ricky Ed- .- .-v-. lit w- -
clipping call against the Pirates to overtake Andrews and mondson for a touchdown. Then
tacked on another.15 yards to .ij} } Community l; Bank.In the very Important point after
move the boll Inside the 12 yard this past week's action touchdown which could decide rv
line. After Carter picked up KFC won both its games, while whether First Federal would COOPER7SBY'
three yards on first down.Henry ,. Andrew. dropped two and Community tie the game' or absorb a loss
carried the ball for gains of Sand ; Bank lost. one and tied was successful a pass from
"Would you excuse me-1 Clark to Kenny, Massey and
3 yards, to give the Tornadoes one.Each we
a first down on the PI- have to catch u plane. team has but two gamesto had a 7-7 tie game.' Nursery And Landscape Company
play so KFC Is sitting In
excellent field position RESULTS WEDNESDAY NOV.l
STANDINGS:; ;; KFC 6-4, C. Pre-
5-i7:5 1ST FEDERAL 3 1/2 ANDREWS 6 Christmas

Sincere Thanks ::. On Wedne.dayav.: 1, First'
n Federal won its third game of
RESULTS MONDAY; OCT. 30 the year' with an Impressive 18- Latv-A-Way i
KFC 12
6 win over Andrews Drugs.
To All Who Have Assisted The Crosby Loke C.metery The loss dropped Andrews out
of first place.
Maintenance Fund By Requesting That Con against KFC won four game losses number with a hard five Flrt Federal was first to get Trail Bikes ROCKFORD & RUPP

tributions Bo Made For Care Of The Cemetery AsA fought victory over Andrews on the Scoreboard! as Kenny,
Clark broke one for 45 yards FROM Trade 'In With Each Bike
Lasting Memorial For A Deceased Friend. Or Drugs. and a 6-0 half time lead. ,
The win moved KFC Into
Relative. a
In the second halt, First Federal -
tie for second place. The loss 289 $25.00 ALLOWANCE.
made It 12-0 as Clark .
for Andrews was number four
scored his second touchdown
against five wins and dropped
Your Thoughtfulness Hat Greatly Assisted The Andrews from a shore of first this one on a 20 yard run. For Any Bike| TreycU) Wagon
First Federal took an 18-0 lead
Cemetery Fund And Has Enabled U. To Keep' place Into a share of second as Clark scored his third TD
with KFC.
The Cemetery In B..tt.r Condition Than Would place Andrews Drugs put the first ,of the game on a IS yard run.
score on the board after receiving Andrews avoided a shutout BLACK & DECKER ELECTRIC FALL FRESH
Have Been Potsible Without These Memorial when Barry Thomas ran for 35 FROM HOLLAND

Contributions.We 25 Barry yards Thomas the out.opening going klckoff In from with yards KFC and a touchdown. 19 HH"e Cli.rs ANNUALSBULBS

second KFC came half to back tie the later score In the at C. BANK:; 6 12 88 PANSEY SNAPSCALENDUA Tulips Iris Crocus

Hope That Others Will Follow Your Example 6-6 when Andy Griffls swept the Kentucky first time Fried this season Chicken flndathem.elve. for EACH 9 9 Hyacinths Daffodils
end from 15 Late 50 Ft. 3 Way Electric STOCK
And Will Continue Requesting That Memorials Be yards out. sitting In first place $8.99 ,T Dn. Gladiolus
In the final period of play KFC
: I
Mode To The ( as the result of a 19-6 win
Cemetery Fund When The Occasion.. came up with the winning over Community Bank. ANNUAL FLA. PEAT
Arises. touchdown when on fourth down. FLA. ROOT STOCK (Dr.
The win for KFC was Its Huey)
"j Bill Coodge Just got Into the third consecutive and Grass
moves BLOOM
end zone from 10 yards away
\ KFC's
and KFC had a 12.6 win. record to wins and
Contributions Are A Permanent four losses.
COMMUNITY: BANK 7 This game' was decided by
Of Lasting Sympathy, And Will, Creotly Assist In FIRST FEDERAL 7 kickoff andpuntr.tarnsy KFC. 10 lb. Bag 189EACH BU. BAG 79C ROSES 2EACH4RE :

Maintaining Crosby Lake Cemetery As A Beauti In the first half neither Mam .
fun And Dignified Community Bank,the league's was able to move the ball with c. 3.98
Resting Place For Depe'rteJ first place team, and First any consistency. Late In the
Loved Ones. Federal, the league's last place first half, Community; Bank was
X"k team played to a 7-7 tie. The forced to punt and KFC's Bill 'Our
; tie for Community; Bank allowed Coodge fielded the punt on his Service Includes"Lit

Memorial Contributions May Be Malted Te P.O. them to take over undisputed own 20 and wu off and running'
possession of first on a very beautiful open field
Ben 57, Storke, Fie., And The Family Of The Andrews Drugs beaten In run of 40 yards and a 6-0 lead. .Ctarlag. I Sutras L Srifeg.

Deceased Will Be Notified Of Your Action ON the earlier game. The Bank In the second half Community; ..L'sc..I. + Sprinkler --
team Is row 531. Bank came back to tie thegame | M"!'!'..Ict.j Sprlgiiif'

An Appropriate Card Of Acknowledgement All or the scoring came In the when Kenny Ethertdge raced 15
second half as the two teams yards for a touchdown.
..- battled to a scoreless first half. However this 6tie did not r
WE THANK YOU A* a matter of fact, the scoring stand up very long. On the ensuing 2111. ; North Temple Avenue u ,
of the second half took kickoff Jerry Lock returned '>', h
Cmiy Like CMtsr"y place en] the first and last the football M yards and
j, pI the half. KFC led 12-'. Final score of the PHONE 9648'104"Free

Kenny Etheridge, held pretty; game came by KFC on a 13

Asid..tha. I IBC. I.7 much In check by First Federal, yard run by Andy Grtftts. Lock
took the kickoff to open second added the extra point and KFC
L half play I and seed 60 yard tor had a 19-5 win. v, y. .

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t', Legal Notices -s.Marriages On Increase, Divorces; Births ,Decline Deaths [ BROOKER I IN]; BRIEF; [ :By LINDA I G. COX

" STATE Pt1Bu NOTICE U subject to a public hearing Births in Florida wen down both white and nonwhite births. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL valry are champions of the
OF, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT to be held on Tuesday November for the first quarter of 1972 The rates for whites dropped COMPETITION COMPLETED girls division.
OF POLLUTION 28 at 7:30 PM in the County; deaths were up.marriages were from 15.0 to 13.6 and for non- In the Intramural football recently Both of the championship
,. CONTROL Commission room at the Brad- up and so were divorces according whites from 27.2 to 25.9. completed at Brooker teams had identical records of
I .(a) rluant & Sec 3.088 ((4) ford County; Court House at to a report Just re- The nation Is also experiencing School Wayne Ellis' Cougarsare three wins and one loss. We
Florida which Urn.all persons interested leased by the Florida Department declining birth rate. winners in the boys division congratulate/ them on their ac
lion cation for a Temporary oS a- shall be heard for or against of Health and Rehabilitative The death rate for flits per- whUe Stacey Hayes Ca complishment. Members of the 1
( Permit .a
has boon med with the Services.The winning team
the proposal as specified iod rose to 12.7 per .1,000 population
for the followIng in the Zoning Code of Bradford report, Issued by 'the from 11.2 In 1971. There .
water pollution --- \ aayeesleerhaesean..an' I tremr I sago I
"* City; of eource.F1A starke, County.; Health Department's covered Division Florida's vital of 1972 were first 3,074 quarter.more deaths In the C::=, iilimiiiiE' :! ::--

I, Location John Torode. Chairman statistics. Deaths due to major causes 17'1' IJ..II'.,. '' Jao'IIJI. : 7tAk 1 1 .
U. of Pollution Source: Bradford County; Zoning "It points out," said Oliver also rose except for diseasesof \\JI. 0 'y If" : <'W''' '
; S. 301 neat Alligator Creek Board H. Boorde administrator of Deaths from / ,- I '.J\\\ ,' "$ ".
early Infancy. "
on Edwards
Road so'q "I\IIIIfI
1I/9.2t-11/16 Public Health Statistics for thedlvI.lon
this cause dropped 13.9 per- Ijf'' ...,
Receiving Water Name Alligator j I' .< : "that Florida's vital of increase -
Creek cent. The percentage r J q4
statistics are significantly effected for ..heart disease was ':"\ .rlaiaae
Receiving Water Classifica NOTICE by the distributionof nI
age for 7.7. for stroke
tion cancer
: Class DIReceiving ''I;
Water its population. The averageage 13.1 for accidents 9.9 for Influenza ......1 /JM4Itt
( Basin Lake James Ricks. For Florida of a Floridian Is 80. two .. and pneumonia 41.0 for
Rowell to Lake Sampson State Telephone Co. has made t ; =
years higher than the average bronchitis, emphysema and '
Significant Pollutant ,,Discharged Application to the Bradford, of the H'S}'
age nation as a whole asthma 28.8 for cirrhosis of } '''7'=:
: '
.820 MCD County: ; Zoning Board for reclasslflcation because of its attraction as a the liver 7.1 for diabetes 1.0 ad1. l '!"!""' M-
of the property retirement ,
center. and for arteriosclerosis 16.3. :IIIIIit
203#/day BUD described below from Rl-C Births for the period declined Cougars: (picture I-r) Knight, Willie Hamilton.
Last winter's Influenza epidemic :
189*/day S.S. to BW.' 5.8 percent from the level Randy Kaulerson David Fus- The next intramural competition : I
mUd. effected
reported though ,,
Degree After of Treatment: 76% West ISO of El/2 of NE1of /. In 1971. There were 1,731 the large rise In Influenza and 4 = sell Wayne Ellis Doug Watson will be in soccer.
consideration of the ap NE1/4 North of Hwy 16 less births In 1972 than In 1971 pneumonia deaths. It also \:'., Johnny Rogers Richard
any additional information in Section 27, Township 0 during that span of time. caused a rise in deaths resulting .\ I I.1
objections furnished' and written South Range 22 East. The decline was evident in from'chronic diseases ) 1' Mrs. Eddie Douglas on the Howard Douglas of Brooker.
submitted, the department This change in classification Is of the aged. birth of a daughter Norma Paternal great grandmothers:
shall grant or deny subject to a public hearing to be Infant deaths declined from --' Gail on Nov.I Maternal grand. Mrs Iv a Douglas of Brooker and I
No a temporary temporary operation permit. held on Tuesday November 28th It on ELZIE S. SANDERS! Attorney 20.0 In 1971 to 18.3 In 1972. Cavalry: (picture 1-r) Ilamm Mary Rogers Eva Mc- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert

granted by the permit shall be at 7:30 PM In the County; Commission for 1.138 Petitioner whoseaddress Infant death rate is a record Front Doreen Jakab Stacey Kinney Tamara Johns, Elaine Green of Starke; Paternal Mrs. Pansy Strickland Gaines
West Call
un Street.
room at the Bradford
less It affirmatively finds: County; Court House at which P.O. Box 6.8. Starke, Florida, low rate," Boorde noted "for bara Hayes Miller Sheila Starling. BarMott; Back row- Martha Lewis, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ville.
2nd Melanie
Florida. It ; row Tetstone Sandy Douglas,
1) The proposed discharge time all and file the original with the compares favorablywith
person -
-- - -
the national How- -
does rate.
qualify for an.operation shall be heard for or against the Clerk of the above-styled; Courton
permit; prop sal, as specified in the or before November 30, over nonwhite Infants continueto NEW SAFETY PATROL Hill's and Mrs. Sherwood's
2) The applicant! Is construc Zoning Code of Bradford 1972; otherwise a Judgmentmay die at almost twice the rate OFFICERS ELECTED classes took a field trip to
tug Installing or placing Into ; be entered against you for the experienced by white Infants Captain Sandy Douglas, 6th the Jacksonville Children's Museum FOOTBALL# CONTEST
operation or has submitted County.John Torode, Chairman relief demanded in the Petition ((27.4 versus 15.1 Infant deaths grade daughter of Mr.and Mrs. and Planetarium. They
plans and reasonable schedules for Dissolution of Marriage. per 1000 live births), pointing Pete Douglas of Brooker. enjoyed a picnic lunch In a .
for constructing Installing or Bradford County; Zoning: WITNESS my hand and the up one of the major health Lieutenants Sharon Tet nearby park. -
placing Into operation, an approved seal of said Court this 20th day problems facing/ Florida." stone 6th grade daughter of The trip was In correlation
pollution abatement facility lv9-2t-lI/ of October A. D. 1972.(2LBERT Marriages performed In Florida Mr. and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone with a space unit both classes .
; or alternate waste disposal S. BROWN Increased by 10.7 percentIn of Brooker. Darlene Mott, 6th are studying. In the planetarium $100 CAS !
system or that the applicant CLERKBY the first quarter of 1972 over grade daughter of Mr.and Mrs. they saw and discussed
has a waste for whichno : Betty; Edwards De-: the 1971 figure for the same Marshall Mott of Brooker. the planets and stars.
feasible ana acceptaoie me- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF puty; Clerk period. Secretary Angle Andrews Mrs. Allen Crews Mrs WIN EVERY WEEKs
thod of treatment or disposal FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL U/Z.f.t-11I23 Divorce. Including annulments 6th grade daughter of Mr. and bur Andrews and Mrs. Wayne
la known or recognized but CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD ) rose 30.2 percent during Mrs. Sonny Andrews of Brook Parrish accompanied them on :>r a.\CK r.\cl.
Is making/ a bona fide effort the first quarter In 1972 er. the trip.
through research and other CASE NO. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S over the 1971 figure. rftFIRST, SEC!'ION _
means to discover and FIELD TRIP
such a method; REt The Marriage of FREDA CPUN'fY. FLORIDAIN ) On Tuesday Oct. 24, Miss Congratulations: to Mr. and
3) The applicant needs S. BRANTLEY Wife AND PROBATE1-1717 _n
permission Smokey Says:
to pollute thee water JORDAN L. BRANTLEY, :
within the state for a periodof HusbandNOTICE WIESCHOLEK. Deceased.
necessary complete Notice Is hereby given that [
research planning, construction \ EveryDayLowPrice EucryDayLowPriccREGULAR
Installation or operation TO: JORDAN L. BRANTLEY the undersigned, on the 5th day Nh 1ONAL
of an approved and acceptable ADDRESS UNKNOWN 'of September.' 1972. filed a final PARKS
pollution abatement facUlty or YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED accounting of Its admlniatration -
alternate waste disposal system that an action for dissolution of the Estate of Michael aoih Pantry REGULAR GRIND t
of marriage has been Wlescholek. deceased and the
4);There is no present, reasonable filed against you in which the notice is fur.therBiventbatafter ?+ AyNIt Et FRESHFRYERS Pride OR ELECTRIC| PERK

alternative means of following( property in Bradford publication of this notice once t pt7t N72I
disposing of the waste other County- Florida. to-wlt each week for four (4) consecutive '
than by discharging it Into the PARCEL I: NW-1/4 of SE 1/4 weeks, application will COFFEE SUPERMARKETS
waters of the state; of SE 1/4 of Section 5, Town- be made for approval of said STARKE'S
5) The denial of a temporary ship 6 South, Range 22 East, accounting and tot final discharge -
operation 10 acres. of the undersigned as I I
work extreme permit would PARCEL U: E 1/2 of the Executor of said Estates I...... .U.I.
an hardship upon W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the ARTHUR W. MILAM As 1..11. .LO..uIIflooD. V Nay
the applicant L B C .u,1 Uri u..T rtr.Wla
; 2 9 59 ......,.
6) The granting: of a tem- SW 1/4 of Section 4. Township Executor of the Last Will and\ WHOLE
porary operation permit will 6 South, Range 22 East Testament of MICHAEL WlE.I 2 PER BAG LB BAG ..Ia/pkalldroactM/ I
be in the public Interest; or containing. 10 acres, moreor I SCHOLEK. deceased. .for a century of natural m USO.t. FOOD sTaM1COUPONS

7) The discharge will not less. 11/2-4 t-U/23. resource protection: IA I 1. ,
,. ,..
be is an/tissue. beforswfte'! Qnurt| M 1 V .1" ,
desMUctivd tri
unreasonably* ..
the quality of 'the "rtfCefVtng' and you water.. ; a copy orVour written. defoi-l. t ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. ''C'ENTER"CUT. IrlIT' 'I.i /;."g| BONELESS-:hW':. 2' ;SWEET- &" MELLOW

A copy of the application Is ses,'If any.to: U,'OJt.theJPetitioner's -! .,To the citizens: ( ,Bradford,-> ..FUe.Folders. complete line-office J
available for public Inspection attorney whose name County; : supplies. -The Telegraph SIRLOINI"'I I ROUND |I Golden Rape
during regular business hoursattTheDepartment and address is ELZIE S. SANDERS My son, Ewell Craft has been Phone 964-6305.
/ Attorney for Petitioner accused of selling drugs by
located a.frjM41 Regional Emerson Offices 138 West Call Street, Starke, two ladles. This is only a rumor STEAKS 1 STEAK i BANANAS
bad that
Street, Jacksonville Florida Florida and file the original a.very
with the Clerk of I the above was started by these ladles
32207. Residents in the drainage styled; Court on or before No- in an effort to give Ewell a rr,, ti
area of the discharge receiving 1 t
vember, 23 1972 bad 5 2
waters ; otherwise name. 9
are hereby notified
This has spread over $1191 pnirun IOc
that objections a Judgment may be entered rumor 1
or com-
ments) may be filed on or before against you for the relief demanded Bradford County.; It is NOT CDI i aI1J human
November 23, 1972. These In the petition. true. These people have no S LB I !
must be submitted In writing WITNESS my hand and the grounds to substantiate their,
seal of accusation. The police have Investigated -
to the regional ollIc said Court on October ,
17, 1972. this matter and have A'AJ 1
Vincent D. Fatten: _
Executive Director OILBERT S. BROWN found no evidence whatsoever _
It 11/9 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT against SLICED_ 1/4_
Ewell son.He comes PORK LOINCHOPS
BY Virginia F. Darby home from school each day ROAST OLEO
NOTICE Deputy; Clerk and works In the garage for
(COURT SEAL) his father He works for his

Bradford County\; Zoning 10/26 U 11/15 money. Ewell does NOT sell
Board has made Application to drugs. He is not connected with atglsti Itttlltl

the Bradford'' County; Zoning IN THE CIRCULT COURT OF them in anyway Please do .
Board for reclassification of FLORIDA EIGHT JUDICIAL not believe every rumor that See Bill Gardner 1 '
the property described below CIRCUIT; IN AND FOB BRAD- you hear.A HORAAEL PILLSBURY CAKE
Property; In Sect. 3, 10 and ION. CASE N0.DISSOLUTION. .-. very concerned mother for ,
15 Township 6 South Range OF MARRIAGEIN Clovett Craft your : MIXES
22 East which lies West of RE: The Marriage of EVE 2tp 11/9 j WITH I / j jOI

County; Zoning Husband :
Board has made Application NOTICE OF SUIT In reference whom it to may Ewell concern Craft,: 840z j T
to the Bradford County; ZonIng TO: CHARLES DOUGLAS EL- I 99 tI 3V$1s
Board for reclassification LIOTT 413 PendergaBt Street find after that thorough there Is Investigation no evidenceto ONLY 150% 1 3/9

of the property; described below Way cross, Georgia. 31501) indicate that the above mentioned CANS '
from Rl-B to RI-C. You
are hereby notified subject Is Involved T
Property in Sect. 16, Township '
that an action for dissolution in narcotics. (Signed) GlenA. I
6 South Range 22 East
of marriage has been
Moore,Deputy; Sheriff Bradford
which lies West of Highway
filed against you and you are
County Sheriffs: Depart-
301 Except East 500'. ;
required to serve a copy of 11/9
ment. 2tp
This change In classification your written defense if any to

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Counties, Known To Most Of The Public As The State rich light clear weight sounds.reliable.Tiny ComeIn Rice-A-Boni ".':W:::.:. 3/l/ j Town Talk Syrup ..'. 4947c< rmniaUIHICll

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Prison Farm, Is Not Open To The Public And Hunting pleasure, today! | Breakfast .=:': I
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By Vbice; Instead Of Ballot E, ,, .""t.)J.fJF'j'r',; ', 'I ..r.:,!fii"'i1I"k4" .' >I' '..'f'i.'""i' ,"I:kM I'r'',:,,", ," M. f'. +.,t'"I'' ;''


Was Risky Business In Early U.S.A. ,t.'i.'',!''",." "II .E ""I .W.IV\, ;., .' ./foi',...... ., L*

their ballot Voting by voice,was widespread choice of candidates aloud to an secret ballot In 1852.but privacy<: 1
Voters who cut In the American coloniesIn election Judge. A boisterousand was discarded the followingyear
Tuesday In the privacy and secrecy pre-Revolutionary War days, sometimes bullying crowd on the ground that it .In-
of an individual voting cheers suIted the manliness and Independence dIfM
even after Independence) was greeted the votes with Ni d
booth were In marked contrast wonfranF.nglanrt.. and jeers, sometimes leading of the laboring 7 t. l ,
to the elections of a hundred an exchange of fisticuffs between man." *

years ago when voting was a The men folks(women weren't opposing political fac- .
manly art that sometimes required allowed to vote in those days,of tions. Secret voting in national 1 dpi
a high degree of fortitude elections became Federal law
course) tat
and perhaps a little self gathered polling The noisy public vote was replaced in 1873. but at least one state .
defense. place and .AII OUDced: their in New- York State by a Kentucky continued to holdState r .. xI

elections by voice vote .r. r
editorial until 189U. S

.1, .
Paper ballots were used as ), ,, idr
I early as.1634 In Massachusetts 4 M :
but these and later ballots were ? '
Tackling A Tough One unofficial and were provided by T M I

the voter himself, and not necessarily .'
marked In secret. ,
It Is encouraging to see that the new The City Zoning Board plans to ,' f 1 t I ,, r" I Ir

City; Zoning Board Is coming to gripe have a public meeting on Nov. 14 at When ballots Increased printed in

with the complex problem of adopting ,which time prominent authorities In them size for political the parties convenience of

a new zoning code and land use plan, the field of zoning and land use will their supporters. Each party

for the city; which la long overdue.., be present to discuss the Importanceof produced Its ballot on distinctively
such codes and point out some of colored paper so poll

the dangers that cities and towns, watchers could see at a glance
Representatives of the board
appeared whether the party
at the City; Council meeting ,without such regulations are now ex- staying faithful.

Tuesday night and asked that the present periencing.The .

out-dated zoning ordinance in In the According by the Information National Geographic supplied (
meeting will be held --d"
to mobile
regard homes be rewrittenand
Society, so many varieties ( I
courthouse (time and place announced
that all such zoning matters be shapes, and colors of "tnne e r"
handled through the board until such elsewhere In this Issue) and It is hoped paper ballots were u.edoften

be written and adopted.It that the public will show its Interest to d.celve--that the United
by attending this meeting and JoiningIn States went all the way to Australia -
the discussion.Now for a new system. It A slice of life as lived in 'structure that (remodelled and en plank sidewalk with her trail shade of the. young oak trees,
is recognized that the present borrowed the Australian ballot Starke during the early daysof enlarged) is now the Magnolia ing skirt. some of which have since died
an honest listing of candidates, the 20th Century is caught Hotel. of old age.Horse. '
zoning code, adopted some 15 or 20 that the county has a workable -Long black stockings on
In this
officially printed and Intendedto scene from old
an postcard and buggy making a
years ago Is not adequate for the code 'land land use plan of -Wooden picket fence which school girls grouped near
.. zoning be secretly marked. some 60 years ago. "..klmmer" turn into still unpaved Walnut
and -
used surround ditch
to bridge across
fh"'Ithe every respectable -
present needs of Starke especially it is all the more Important that ,the Street with driver turning his
"Kangaroo voting," as It was The .cene' Is at the home, but now a relic of with. streamers on one
field of mobile home regulations. corner
\Lefty' follow suit. Only half the Job the past. little lass. head to observe two small boys
first called, was adopted by of Walnut and Jefferson Streets
the of headed home from school.
Due to Increasing popularity
would be done if the county continuesto
Louisville, Kentucky and Massachusetts (directly across from the present -
-Wooden (for is the old-
hitching overhead
this mode of living, problems have grow and develop in an orderlymanner in 1888 then by New post office and Methodist post -Two story frame building -Hanging
horses, of course) directly In fashioned street lamp which
arisen which were not even dreamed but the City; of Starkethe York Michigan and other Church) and among the interesting front of gate and also at street with steeple (present site of used to attract huge insects
about at the time the present code ,county seat-- is allowed to grow in states. things to note are: corner the Starke Woman's Club), commonly known as "electric
which housed the Starke school
was written and members of the reorganized its' present haphazard manner. The light bugs"--almost, but not
However ballot reform came -The elaborate "ginger- -Stylishly dressed matron until it moved to Its present
board would like to havea public should show its support of the only after election day unifor bread" adorning the two story complete with bustle and bonnet location in 1913. Note children'and quite as numerous as today's

new ordinance prepared to meet new Zoning Board by attending next mity. house at left, the same frame helping to sweep\ the wood- teachers gathered In the "love bugs,"

today's needs. ".week's. meeting. Originally, each state could ,

fix Its own presidential elec-
tion day so long as It fell at r---------------- I
I Conservative Whooo? least 34 days before the first II Confidential (?) Letter '
date Wednesday that presidential In December electors the : County Agent News ]I II 1

President Nixon's not unexpected It is obvious that all of the New met.

re-election Tuesday will cause many' Deal reforms, which aimed at pre- I )' Bobby 1.. Taylor All the county zoning board needs to figureout this letter -

would-be "conservatives" to relax;1 vservln the system, have now won Lack of uniformity led to Is a.little ESP- Editor. ,
comfortably in their overstuffed club the support of most "conservatives." scandals such as "pipelaying" Welcome rains have mademost 1. Feed trace mineral supplements
-- the practice of sending of us feel better especially that contain magnesium -
in the belief "we In social, economic and foreign policy Bradford County Zoning Board:
chairs smug that political gangs across state those who have cattle and salts.Commercial mineral -

conservatives have won another great'"Washington today has headed toward lines to vote more than once on have planned to grow winter mixes with higher levelsof There are several buildings being erected on the eastside

victory." liberal goals after finding that earlier the different election days.In forage crops. We have encour- magnesium than normal are of Big Lake Santa Fe. Don't know whether these people

"conservative" policies did not work. aged clover production for all available for feeding during periods have permits or not. A terrible looking thing Is going up
1845. Congress passed a cattlemen who have land that is of increased grass ten- .
And that is one of the paradoxesof P! For instance, says Mr. Drummond: law after setting the first the Monday first Tuesday in No- suitable for this Important crop. any probability. the big and little Lake Santa Fe. It Is on the big lake

side. Another building Is on the big lake where the dirt
our time. ;i-The Nixon family assistance wel- vember as presidential elec- Fertilization moisture con- 2. In herds that have had road runs from S-21-B to Highway 21
fare reform is liberal tion day. November was selected trol and management are basicto previous grass tetany problems -
not .
Does the Nixon victory mean that conservative as the most acceptable successful forage production. ,. Increase the supplemertatfodttd'I'about' ,
oo! American voters are following the a '!t i,month. programs. ,.Clovers and;other*} m ,w"'i'oarieeiofJMg Cionin: ii-.iuj" < t' u n iu- .1'0.... ...;;... .I,.' ,,-'t:r.10UJ4twaUs .
(L'li ftoY'dett 1 Wttiter legumerf-Jhould! ,VeSterfltillzed "conservative" llne!?-Wincttatrarythe : > ( lt' ,, M, .) 'Harvesting Is over then end* > c l ; Please keep this confidential..nolflU'IIIIInl
when planted or at ,the from late falli until the)spring' f
i '
record shows that they.are'following gums/arid recordbreaking national _. wintec has not act made the beginning j the growing seed pasture have "hardened".The

a liberal line, whether they knowIt debt are in the liberal, not conservative roads Impassable," said Ohio ton. Generally, 500 to 800 MgO may be Included In grain

or not. tradition. Representative Alexander Dun- pounds of, 0-10-20 or similar or silage or fed as 10 to 15 ,
can in writing the 1845 law. analysis fertilizer will be need- percent of a loose salt mixture. ,

ed to establish and grow a good If salt is used mix thoroughlyand ,. a WO.", ,
-The Nixon controlled-economy election : :
It was felt that dayshouldn't
rf crop. Half of the fertilizer can use as the only source of tctT 'BS:
As pointed out' by political analyse be the first of November E
'wage-price program is the exact op- because businessmen haveto be applied In October and the salt. .-" nnfirr5if Jn : :,.: ;
Roscoe Drummond, both political par- posite of the conservative, free-market other half In February. Soil rKlI IUibSome [ { : ; '" !
make out accounts that day.
ties have been moving steadily an.1 concept. tests are the most reliable 3. In herds where there are
Public sentiment was, against
substantially to the left during the Sunday voting Monday.ruled tools In determining the kind clinical cases of grass tetanyincrease Dear Mr Matthews:
and of fertilizer and the MgO to aboutoz 2
past four years. "The President has
-The Nixon search for compata- out because many persons
taken the Republican Party to thef JBlity with Red Russia and China are lived a day's Journey from poll- lime needed. per head dally and conti- folks associate pick- On Saturday evening. Oct. 28.
nue amount for about 2 les and relishes with summer-
left and Sen. McGovern has taken ing places and objected to Sunday 'Even with the that the Starke Elementary PTA held
anything but conservative and would prospect weeks. The first 2 oz. mightbe time and cucumbers, but this their annual Halloween Carnival
the Democratic Party to the left," have thrown the country into a frenzy travel. there will soon be a charge for given In a capsule. need not be the case In the The evening was huge success

I lays Mr. Drummond. "So when most had they been proposed a"liberal." Thus the present election day probably soil sample the analysis most Important, this Is 4. Remove animals from Sunshine State says Mrs Beth for us; many parents and teachers -
voters identify themselves as 'con- was chosen. It never falls on the that In Walsh food specialist Florida helped make this possible.But .
practice limit
you can use pasture or during
ser-ative' need to bear in mind first nor later.thanNovember8.Pilot graze Cooperative Extension Service. the Starke Auxilary Police
we Whatever else it might be, the Nixon your production program. Theanaly.l. periods of lush growth allowa'
I tt today's conservatism is yesterd will tell whetherthe Department was there too, doIng -
victory can hardly be considered as you ei hay o iry pasture. "Florida produces a great
s liberalism. j striking a blow for conservatism. fertilizer program you had variety of fruits and vegetables many helpful things for us
: J \,1 ProgramFor planned to use will be econo- 5. Avoid heavy nitrogen fertilization suitable for pickling. The delightful and directing traffic.

Call Boxes mical and productive or wasteful of pastures with such flavor crisp texture These men seldom get a "paton
and costly. If you haven't fertilizers(: as manure., Also and spicy 'aroma of pickles the back" for the help they
. Too Much DST On North 1-75 had your soil analyzed this year avoid the tendency to over- stimulate the appetite In sucha give to our town but we felt
call or come Iour office for a fertilize with potash. Have way as to bring distinction that we should say THANKYOUto
soil tube and bdgs. soil samples checked and applyat to our native fruits and veg- them publicly and to their

Congressman Don Fuqua has announced part of the school year while It Is Help Is on the way for motorists This is the beginning of the the rates suggested. etables," says Mrs. Walsh. families. After all, they did

his intention of introducing' still light outside, while the same 75 in Northern in trouble Florida.on Interstate season for a problem that some 6. Check the Ca-P ratio They are good to eat and take time away from their families -

one piece of legislation that should,,: children must arise in fall mornings of our cattlemen experiencedlast and energy intake of the ani- Interesting to talk about, for and activities to help us.
have the support of farmers, house-4 and be greeted by a pitch black world. Solid State Technology Inc. year. Grass Tetany can mal. Grass tetany may be less each jar of homemade goodness To each of the men a very special -

wives, and all others who are tired "In rural areas especially those who of Wilmington Mass., reports occur when cattle are grazing likely to occur when these factors contains a measure of THANK YOU!
construction will begin the week young, growthy and luxuriant are near optimum. Florida's charm. Best of all,
of the senseless time-tampering that r. 'I have, a long to walk to school -Starke Elementary PTA
."<' way or of Nov. 8 on a system of 184 pastures. It is also more you can make some kind of
throws things into confusion twice a' watt for buses may be exposed to motorist aid call boxes along common among heavy milkingcows 7. Have animals showing pickles every month of they* r.

year. unnecessary safety; hazards," he argues the heavily traveled highway.' with young calves. The clinical signs! treated by a Sweet Spiced Pickles from both abl..", Illustrated In full 'color -,
exact cause of the disease or veterinarian with Intravenous summer and winter fruits suchas
The call boxes, linked by is now available from the
condition Is unknown
Outlining the hardships created by although solutions containing magnesiumand figs, pears grapes mangos Florida
radio to receiverat Cooperative Extension
frequency: a
the present six-months period of layJ: It is always associated with an other minerals.If papaya and citrus are very
The Congressman also brings out a nearby highway patrol station Imbalance In the mineral com- Service. It describes many
light Saving Time, Rep. Fuqua is seeking the fact that farmers are harmed by can summon police ambulance ponents Of blood serum especially popular. kinds of pickles and relishesand

to shorten the period. Under present the present DST period because they fire or road service reduced magnesium!levels. you bave this problem or "Add appetite appeal to your lists the various Ingredients -
law, states observing DST must are concerned with maximum utiliza help with a simple pull of a would like to know more about budget meals with dllled green needed. This unique book
handle and a push of a but- Here suggestions If presents over 60 recipes, including -
start such observance at 2 a.m. on the don of are some Grass Tetany, call or come by beans or crisp pickled okra.
morning daylight hours in
their have had this problem: Office. some for subtropicalfruits
I you your County Agenfs Those who are particularly busy
last Sunday In AprIl'and end It on the jobs-- particularly in the Spring soil ton.The might like to try some of our such as the carambola.
last Sunday in October.. ,"This six- preparation and planting season and In system requires no batteries Jiffy recipes like the one listed W. hope It will help you to
month period creates serious hardships the fall harvest or wires. The simple Mrs. Walsh have many successful adventures -
for a largenumberofourdtlzeos'and season. action of pulling ,the handleto Emphysema And Smoking Are below. says in "Pickling Florida

expose the button generates Fruits and Vegetables"
should be shortened" the Congressman -, To all of which we heartily agree. enough power to send a microwave Closely Tied, Report Sayscarbon &PEPPER CABBAGE, PICKLE RELISH

says In fact we have only one suggestion signal when the buttonis So secure copies of the new

to Improve the proposed Fuqua bill- pushed. One cigarette upsets the flow dioxide... exchanged 1 sweet red pepper bullstlncontact your local

Fuqua' points out that present law do away with Daylight Saving entire "Because of the unique design of air and blood in your lungs.' were not damaged and torn. 1 green pepper County Extension Home Economics

forces children to go to bed during' ly! of this system call boxes Years of smoking can cause The walls of the small blood 1 small cucumber Agent.
1 2 sweet
unaffected emphysema. And in the last vessels around the air sacs or gherkin
-. failures.are There are no batteries power decade. death. from emphysema were not abnormally thickened.In 1 cup finely cut crisp cabbage -

to wear out and the boxes almost tripled In this country contrast of the persons who '
are virtually tamper-proof) ," according to"' a recent smoked 20 or more cigarettesa : 1/4 cup French dressing
says the Massachusetts firm study. day for years, 99 percenthad My Neighbors
County Wash
The Pradford some degree emphysema. fresh vegetables. Remove
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED The SST call boxes are being To Investigate the relationship And 20 percent of these smokers seeds from peppers and CI
Installed along a 43-mile of smoking and emphysema -' had advanced emphysema. peel cucumber. Chop or cut ,. Y
I 1379Mt stretch of Interstate 75 beginning two prominent researchers Their lungs looked lacy<: dotted into very fine pieces the peppers -- t C VNttIOQ; ''
at the northern border of --Drs. Oscar Auerbachand with holes where thousands of cucumber and gherkin
the state u a pilot program, air sacs had ruptured and broken. -
..u. \ Funded by the Florida Highway whole-lung sections'fromautopsies Among persons with the and French dressing.
I have loved you with an Department and the federal of 1,800 men and wo- same smoking habits the degree Store In covered glass container -
FLORI.ERESSA everlasting love.- total cost of the program lungs for the degree* of emphysema lungs Increased with age and About 1 pint. Store Time: About J
t'V,1 T\O'N I Is 272,000. that might be present., the number of years they had 3 weeks. -
:. S .S':9': There may be times when It Later they found out from relatives -
One smoked
; "unit will be Installed on cigarettes.
.. Hemjl that our contribution to the smoking habits of Remember that pickling Is.
J ) each side of Interstate 75 at
/y \ life i I. not of much Importance. the half-mile Intervals, eliminating the dead persons. Other studies cited by the both an art and a science.
The making pickles Involves
General show
U. S. Surgeon
When deny any thought or the need
we to cross the How closely did smoking habits -
-< than the
,. more Just putting product
the chances of dying from emphysema
would make us feel road in times of
feeling(that emergency correlate with the extentof The
In brine. productsand
E.L. MATTHEWS Editor-Publish.r unimportant when we turn The motorist help boxes Installed emphysema in the lungs? are 23 times greater must* be fresh sound of

PvWFsh.d.ech Thurtday and entered et Second our attention toward the positive on poles la; concrete Very closely according to this for people who smoke two packs good quality., The ingredients
than for nonsmokers.
Class Mailer at the Pot Office at Starke, Florida side of things, we take a bases, will communicate via' study.Of a day should be measured and directions -
under Acr el March 3rd, 1879 forward toward be. microwave with Florida Highway Find out more about way to followed carefully. "Wfcat would you suggest
Subscripti.nieard..raaI.: : I Ovttldo great step Patrol stations to the periods who had never quit smoking from local '
}< v o.t! 16.00; long to be, complete your for a husband who gave his
int the person we smoked regularly 00 percenthad
,, l; the) system. tuberculosis and respiratory
o { wife
-4.o.- ,
:; life 'long A new bulletin "Pickling: a vacuum cleaner last
." toward living we Early December Is the tar- no emphysema at all. The disease association. Ifs. amat-. .
Florida Fruits and Veget- Christmas.-. .. 100.Voting
to live. air sacs, where oxygen and
get date: for_compl: tIon. ter of life and breath.

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An investment in Your Future r-. Threate> Exports, Jacksonville

Says Farm Bureau

l '1f if t fD 00 mJ 4 (Iiagd ( ____ ket and threatening.Union Kuhfuss, industrial both monopoly for, ;:president farm goods export,power products WilliamJ. of mar.the Is DirectoryAuto

I "for Ktefl your issues h, thtrt M i| tour Mgd k< Us," l American Farm Bureau Federation Sales and Service

II said.
School SETS HOMECOMING 1971, the United States experienced -
Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.j Service Sunday
Sunday Sunday School 0:45: Morning Worship UI. Church Sunday-Sunday School. 9:4i 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship, Beulah Baptist Church on a foreign trade SALES
Morning Worship at 0); 1)MYFtShade Training 6:15i: WMU' Prayer sum.; Morning Worship at 11; 10:45: ajn. Ev.nirwSerrlce.7:15: Highway 21 Clay; County, will deficit for the first time since SERVICE VOLVO
Supper) 61 UMYF meetings Circle 7:15 Evening Service, sermon "Seed of the Word"; pjn. Youth Group Meeting,Sun observe Homecoming Day on 1893," Mr. Kuhfusa ex- PARTS
I ; Sunday Nov. 12. which will be
and recreation, 6:30. 7:30. Bell Choir Group A, 5:15; day 6:30 pjn. the church's 122nd Anniver plained. "We are importing
I Monday Circle 2 wUl meet MondayYouth Choir 7 p.m. Church Training;, 8:15); Evening --J.C. Brown minister sary. Speaker for the morning more than we are exporting.\ Always Good Used Cars
I at home of Mrs. Titus
Tuesday Bible 10 Worship, 7:30 sermon This not
Study ; service will be Rev. Richard simply says we are MI
3:30: pjn.; Hospital Auxiliary Antioch EVERGREEN St. Ph. :3M-SCS4
ajm.; Girls In Action, Acteens, "Broken Barriers at M. Barber. in a competitive; position with
covered dish supper In Fellowship 3:30: Monday-Bell Group B, 8 p.m.; *"""*****
There will be special singing 'our products. Overall wages
Hall, 7 pun.) Council on School. 10 ajn. Morning AUTO ELECTRIC
WedneldayFamily' Night Youth Choir Practice 7 pun.
In the afternoon. Three of the and imposed labor demandsare
Mlnlstrlea will meet In church 11 Sunday
at a.m.
Supper 6:30; Prayer Meeting TuesdayHelen Masters featured will be The
',office, 7130: p.m. Mission Friends 7:30: ; Adult Group at the church 9:3U: a.m4; night Service at 8:30.: Faith Temple groups Trio Under The Dr. John Kent basically responsible. The PEAVY Brother
Tuesday Circle 3 and 4 will Choir Practice 8:30.: Ida Darby Group at home of Wednesday night prayer biggest increases in both retail -
Son Quartet, the Weeks QuI11'tete Electric Co.
meet In the sanctuary J.D. Thursday Bible Study 10 Mrs. J.E Hardy 2:30; Lorena meeting at 7:30.: At and wholesale costs are ,
others.A Pine Level
Yeager will show tildes of the a.m., 7:30 p.m.Denton Epperson Group at the home of -Cecil E. Crawford Sr. Pas- perhaps basket lunch will be served increased wages which arc Alternator Starter

.Holy Service Land Guild, 10 ajn.t will;meet Wesleyan at the Sumrall Pastor Mrs.Young Eva Musicians Anderson Musle, 3 pjn.Makers -; tor. at 1 pm.Edgar. For RevivalDr. being from capital reflected Investments in everything to Generator Regulators

home of Mrs. Henry Godwin, KINGSLEY LAKE Choir 3:30; G.A., Bell hourly wages. We are till AUTO ---- TRUCK ___
7:30, pjn.Wednesday Circle 1 will BAPTIST CHURCH Ringers Group C, 4:15 ; Lottie LAWTEY FLA.' John L. Kent of Atlanta, benefited by good wages, but DIESEL
Sunday School 10 MornIng Moon Group at the church; C. Dukes Ga. will conduct revival ser must be avoided if 4344
meet at the home d Mrs. L.C. Brownlee Group at the home of Schedule of services: Sunday Pine Level excesses Lena Av. Jan.
vices at the Baptist

Early. 10 ajn.;Children'Chob 6:330a 1L Training'Union Mrs. Ted Oglesby;Ethel Biggs School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Services HeldIn Church. Nov. 13-17. at 7:30 we arc to remain+ competitivein 387-2528
Rehearsal. 6:30; 'Youth Choli pjn.; Evening Group at the home of Mrs.Myr- ship at 11. Evangelistic Service the market.Wage demands PIANOS"r _
7 Chancel Worship, 7:30 Prayer Meeting 6 YPE and Prayer Jones pjn. nightly. .
Rehearsal pan; I 7:30 lice Nichols, all at 7:30: p.m. pjn. Chapel Dr. Kent was born and reared must be related.to productivity .
Choir Rehearsal 7:30: ; MidWeek : p.m. Wednesday Wednesday-Acteens 5 p.m. Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: ." he said.
; In South Carolina and receivedhis
Prayer Group, 7:30.: -Rev. S.C. Cuthbsrt interim p.m.Rev.. Daisy Klght. pas YAMAHA PIANOS
pastor. Family Night Supper, 0 P.m.j: Bible training from Fruit- "In the lonlll'un. comnnxli-
-Rev. George L.Harper Pas > Meeting', R.A. Meeting tor. Edgar C. Dukes 57 Anderson CONN nnd KIMIIALLOIIANS
Prayer ,ofStl11'ke. land Bible Institute ties are going to be produced. ,
tor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH. 6:30: ; Teachers and Officers died Friday Nov.3,In a Gainesville College and Bob Jones University where they,can be best produced !
BROOKER, FLA. Meeting', 7:15; Church ASSEMBLY OF GOD hospital after a brief Ill- He has spoken in some for the; lowest price.,
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Choir Practice 8 pjn. FIRST ness. Born In Bradford Countyon of the leading colleges and seminaries -
Sunday School ,10 a.m. Morning Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun -James T. Brock, pastor Weldon St. August 8, 1915. he was em- and Is in constant We are a part( of the! worldmarket
Road world
and the
11 Pre Services Ralford ployed as a supervisor at Sun- demand revival and Bible
Worship ajn. as a
day School 10 Ron Brl.tol.Superintendent. -
ajn. (10
Booiter Band, Young Training Union PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Sunday School 11 Eve NB land Training Center In Gainesville Conference speaker. the IonIC run is dil'l'd'dIW l 4
People and Prayer Service), 6:45. Lowell Douglas 14. METHODIST CHURCH tog Worahlp Thursday Sunday night 7:30.: and was a member of He Is a missionary at large the buyers and users of commodities -
6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 pjn. rector. Worship Services 11 a.- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 7 p.m. Thomas pastor. the Church of Christ. for Baptist International Missions ," he added!
Midweek Service Wednesday m730. Midweek Prayer Ser- Ing Worship U ajn.? Youth Ser and has served as pastorIn
7:30 p.m. Rev John;; Strickland, vice 7:30. Lavern Outlaw mu- vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Surviving Is his wife Leona churches in South Carolina

Pastor. sic director. 7:30 pastor.p.m. Rev. L.L. Griffls ti: : 1; m miU j; ;;:j j 1j::;: :;:;;r Tillman daughters.Dukes Mrs.of Starke Curtis; Edwards two- pastor Florida of and the Georgia.Killian Hill Hell Baptist now ''KI.MHAU ORGANS. "SWINJ.'ER"(

NEW RIVER BAPTISTSunday Meridian, Miss., and Church In the greater Atlanta APPLY :NOW KooiteveU! 1'lal1-3118-85I'
School 10 a.fn. Morn- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE CHURCHOF Card Of Thanks Mrs. Ray Brookins, Atlanta area.
Ing Worship 11 a.m. Training BROOKER CHRIST Ga.; three sons, Hoyt, of Boston Dr. Kent conducts two"on the W. Tram Men,Ito Work As
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Mass. J. C. and J., W. job" training schools on
8 Union P.m.7p.m.Wednesday Evening Night Worship.service ship Sunday Services School 11 10 a.m.and Wor-'tp.m. Services, 11 a.m. and mpjji; :: ::: .-..:vCvvv:;: :::; : ::" @';f:;;; ;;m :j Dukes both of Starke; five evangelism each year to train LIVESTOCKBUYERS FURNITURE

7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- Union a.m. 6 6 p.m., Midweek Service Wed- brothers, M.irvln Dukes lay evangelists and also writes FURNITUREAT
pjn. nesday 7 pjn. Ladles Bible The family of Mrs.Jack Wilkinson Gainesville; Junior Dukes annotated expository Bible les-
come.-Jim Countryman, ,pastor. -Rev. Lacy Conway pastor Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church wish to say thank you Starke; Curtis and Percy Dukes sons for Bible teaching min If you have tome" ,livestock" DJSCOUM1 ; .
SMYRNA MISSIONARY located one block west on SR for the many kind expressions both of Lake City;Harold Dukes istry. These are now being experience we will tram you 'Complete
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH 16. of sympathy shown them dur- Palatka; three sisters Mrs. translated into two other langu- to buy cattle, sheep and Household j
-J.P.H. Bell minister ing their bereavement. Myrtle Lake butler for use by Missionaries hogs
Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Roberta ; ages
Ing Worship 11 ajn. Pre Ser- vices: Sunday School, 10 ajn. m :::.;z;::::::::::::$ *::::;:::;::::::::: Mrs. Hazel Crawford, Lake in the field For a local ,interview, write FurnishingsUp
Booiter Band Young BETHEL BAPTIST City; 'nd Mrs. Donna Fay Wa- today with your background To 40%
vices Preaching 11 a.m.Training Union So shall word be. II Savings
and Prayer Service), Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng my ter, 1-latKa; and 12 grandchil Include your complete address -
e e
People 5:45 Evening Worship
p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening hall not return to me empty. dren. and phone number.
6 p.m. Evening Worship 7pm. 7 Everyone welcome. Baxley Chair Co.
p.m. Isa. 53:11)).
Midweek Service Wednesday Worship 7:30 pjn. PrayerMeetng ( Funeral services were heldat Science la now working on
-Wilbur Dyess Pastor. CATTLE BUYERS INC.
7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland 7:30: pjn. Wednesday.Rev. God! I I.. our guide l to prosier. 3 p.m. Monday, In Jones the laboratory pollenlzallon of 64? Cottett 1 Block
Pastor. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN J.C. Saunders pastor. Ity and KUi'vvHM. and with Him Memorial Chapel with C. L. plants.. We may be In trouble 4420 City.MidnonKantai Mo. 64111eeeeeeeeeieoaeeeaeeoeaee From 1.10
CHURCH 'now channels' of goal oleo UI|: Overturf minister conducting. when large numbers of birds
MORGAN ROAD Sunday School lo ajn. MornIng for tin. An wo turn to Gml. sal Interment was In Crosby Lake and bees face technological r....... t.ub..1o..r., 4 "',... Jacksonville387.1141
HEILBRONN BAPTIST Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones .
BAPTIST CHURCH 11 lik'iitify ourm-lvc with HI* unemployment.leeeeeeeaeeaeaaaaaeeets
Worship a.m Evening CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Funeral Home In charge
Worship 7-Jamea Shaw pastor work It iMfomc, mme I him

'- Sunday School at 10 11.turn.Training MornIng ;Morning Sunday School Worship, 11.9:45: Training ajn. just u (iniyt-r. It (Informthi which I > u. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I. aeeeieie.aaaaiiooaaiXf.fcACan't
Worship Union 6:30 Evening Ser- working I principle by welive.
Union, 6:30: Evening Service LAURA BAPTIST vice, 7:30.p.m.Midweek Prayer Prayer revvntern. our nttcntiun -
7:30.: 'I, Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- 0" Gal: end in Cwl
Wednesday pjn.; Jfrayer and ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service-Rev. L. Tommy Howe pas every |ruyor of our heart Ands SHORT ON CASH
Bible Study. 7:30 Worship 7:30: p.m. Midweek Bible tor. ;I"'rrt fuiailnKnt.Johns '
Bob Cooper pastor.
-Rev. Study Wednesday 7:30: p. :

School 10 a.m. Morn- F .Coll.ecting ntr ecej iPts'
t big Sunday Worship IL Training Union, -Lester Austin, pastor. j -OoJVJ'Alh & Cheahbt 4t Sunday w S'
i 7:30. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C School-. 9:30; Morning Worship, '
Evening Worship :
6:30.: 11; League 4 jUn. Night Service Raise TO % Down Payment -
-Rev. Jim Black, pastor. Sunday School 9:45: ajn. 6 p.nu -Rev. Jasper WU-
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth
HAMPTON BAPTISTCHURCH. Fellowship 6 pjn. Choir Practice Dams pastor

Sunday School, 10 Aht.!,, ; MornIng Wednesday 8 pjn. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Would You Be Willing To Pay

Service 11 ajn.j!' Bible Study ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

p.m.6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: Sunday CHURCH Mass MACCLENNY, 12 noon. Holy .tng Sunday Worship School 7 11 10 a.m.a.m.Wednesday Evenl.nltWor.hlp Morn- .Aak Sales Tax And Set Up "

Wednesday Prayer and Day Mass, 5:30 pjn Everyone welcome pjn. Charley .

Bible Study 7:30: pjn./ ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL -Rev. Robert Ralston pastor.

CHURCH Sundays Holy Eucharist and 11 a.m.8:30 on let a.m.and ATMELROSESchedule of Services: ((165 D7 Betas' 1st link Paymint)

Sunday School 9:45:' a.m. 3rd Sundays. Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn. About Thin Question!' :
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Prayer-- 11 a.m., Worship 11 Even-
7:30 Morning Morning a.m. "Pernonnl liability Innureuie SEEJOHNBROWNS
Evening Worship Prayer pjn.MeetIng 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays. Ing Worship 7 pjn. haH nlwiiyM covered .
Thursday night Church School-- 9:45 a.m. All other evenlng-8 p.m.
7:30 p.m. Sundays. EYC 6 pjn. Sun- bodily Injurlen Inflicted, on. I
-David Hodges ,Pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH bittern' 'including ,1..lIne..

CHURCH OF'JESUS CHRISTOF days.John M. Flynn, Rector.ST. CHURCH MACCLENNY disease and diMRlliII,. IMcourt ,
LATTER DAY SAINTS HIGHWAY S-100A NwrnrdN new nlmi extend -
1404 J E.: Bessent Road EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng In menial. .miftulNh. : PRICE
CHURCH, STARKE Worship U Training Union
Family Home Evendng-Mon- ; ahio k. and mental' Injury
Father James Cregan, pastor 7: Evening Worship, 8.
day. Saturday Mass, 7 pjn.Sunday nesday Prayer Meeting 7:30.: and does the. Charley: K.Johnn .
WednesdayRelief PrimaryTuesday, 4:30:Society p.m., rfass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass -Rev. Leon T.Odom,Jr.,pas Aireney have. *e*. HOME CENTER
7:30. I p.m. tor. thus (HnMlly InHiirnnep In i MOBILE
ThursdayM.I.A..- 7:30 pjn. Confessions Saturday. 6 cover such added l rlskaT". .
Priesthood 8:30 a.m. ,
Sunday- School of Relglon: HOLINESS CHURCH Charley E.
Sunday School, 10:30 ajn. Evening Grade School Sunday' 11 Sunday School 9:43 a.m.; I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS F1031DA
6 Sacrement. ,
Meeting p.m.
Branch a.m. to 12 noon. Morning Worship 11 ajn. Youth JOHNS AGENCY
.J.... D. Branson, 7
High School -- Sunday Service 6 pjn. Evening Wor-
I President. .
pjn. --- ship 7 pm.Tuesday.Prayer Meeting 7:30: ISI: Phrase tau Walnut...-107.Rt.! ; 0. Hwy. 21 Jut Ncrth Of Kiy.T.M Pkont 473-3775 :

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REVIVALMEETING -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor -

i I CHURCH OF GOD II To the contrary. Electricity actually helps
422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. protect the quality of life. For example

Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng electricity is necessary to power sewage
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH I Worship 11 a.m. Sunday treatment plants countless antipollution -

4 MI. W. On 100 Starke, Florida Evening Wednesday,7 pjn.7:30: Youth pjn. Prayer Night devices and recycling operations.

Friday 7:30 pjn. Everything man doc has some impact
TIME 1:30 P.M. NOV. 13-11 Meeting-Rev. M.E. Fussell. pastor. 4 1 ,.. on the environment including the

AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH production of electricity. But electricityis

d N '*t Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- the cleanest energy you can use. It
Ing Worship II nmEvenig; i4) r creates no pollution at the point of use,
q Worship, 7 pjn. Wednesday 4 and lets us at FPt. focus our :antipollution .
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, '
efforts the
Peoples MeetIng at one point: power plant.
7 pjn. S a
And that's where we're constantly
every Monday. 7 p.m. "
m y
C.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone '':.s working to better protect Florida's envi-

HEAR 1ii5L.AGEORGIATLANTA.US welcome. ', .. 'v.' 'ronment. After all, we live here too.
1$' FPL ask
encourages:you questions.
JORDAN MISSIONARY a, ,.t, ,' ',(.I:- About electric service. Rates. Environmental -

BAPTIST MISSION ? protection. Or anything: else. We
U.S. 301 North, behind Tee 1 g'k"; ,: believe' deserve
; % :you honest straightforward
tee Free* Drive In, Sunday ..
tn School. 10 a.m. Worship Service v ;, 't Whenyou answers.And we try to answer:your
11 sum. and 7 pjn. Prayer frequently-asked/: questions publicly.Produce' : .

Service 7:30 pjn. Wednes &t" F electricity (All others will receive: personal replies.)

day.Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. Addressyour: questions to :your local
Grime associate pastor. hurting

the environment. ?" Knowing what concerns :you helps

NORTHSire BAPTIST ,r r f us do our job better.

DR. JOHN KENT CHURCHIntersection You ask.
Great Bible of Highways 16 ..
Preaching North) and 225. Ron. Wayne

FlU Thi* Be Our Last Revival Well SundaySchool, pastor. 9:43; Morning :r.. FPL answers.

John Strickland. B.D. Pastor Service at 11. Evening Service _

Gary Wieelet Yo.tfc" Pastor 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:36p.m. --.--

Dean CassaU Music Director ,.. .

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James M. Seymour were unitedIn asked to meet at 7 a.m. so
bride "Wither Thou HOMEMAKERS CLUB War
of World J
sang Veterans ,
marriage in the Keystone that Jerry May director of
by Mrs. to
Goest accompanied Thanksgiving Barracks No.
great time with plenty of dancing Heights Community Church being the tour get all details Bradford-Clay
BRIDAL LUNCHEONMiss team play for the month of October Wm. A. Nail on the organ. on the regular meeting day, may 3455 will'' convene at 12 noon
November 3 8 ;
at with the and to
room. p.m. arrange seating so u
to' the the
presented Melrose
was Following reception at theKey.tone Homemakers Club
a at the American Legion home.
People often ask me what we Rev. Stewart McCord officiat leave at 7:30. Eight attractions -
Ma Henderson Zee will
winners. Woman's Club the combine the November and for their
Deborah Hawes was ho- Keystone Heights
do for entertainment in a small will be Included In the
nored Friday Nov. 3. with I Toilet Virginia Corey and town like Keystone, but from ing.The bride Is the daughter of bride and groom left for a December meeting In one and Disney World visit annual 1Uanksdayluncheon.:
bridal luncheon given by Mrs. Mildred Sutton. wedding trip to Daytona Beach have the Christmas gift exchange -
the looks of things lately, wedon't Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Hawes of The regular monthly covered
Foster HoweU. Those attending Hostesses for the luncheon after which they will reside in on November 30 at 9:30.: Ladles are asked to bringa
have Melrose. Attending the bride dish luncheon will be held at
Thursday were Mae Hendersonand any problem. A workshop for Christmas Club small of sweets, or a salad.
were Deborah's attendants Lucille Stames. Mike Passwater is home fora was Angela Massey matron of Jacksonville. 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 16, at the beans coffee
gift ham
making Is scheduled for Turkey,
Janet Kauf-
Angela Massey
10-day leave from boot campat honor] Janet Kaufmann, Kerry today (Thursday) at 9:30 Parish House. Recent new bread and butter will be furnished -
mann Kerry Shackleford and DUPLICATE BRIDGE. Parris Island S.C. He Shackleford, and Donna Hough, Park Of Palms The Bazaar date Is :Dec.a.m.2. members of the chapter aret by ''the Barracks.
Donna Hough. would love to see all his friends bridesmaids; and Carol Craig Mrs. Leah Goer Mr. and Mrs.
Other guests for the occasion Winners of the duplicate and classmates so give flower girl. AnnouncesGospel FELLOWSHIP CLUB John Roche', Mrs. Margaret All World War I veterans are
were the bride's mother Mrs. him Robert Aaton Mr. their ladles Included. -
a ring. The Allshouse Invited, with
bridegoom son of Mr. SeriesSvend The monthly covered dish
T.J. Hawos; her grandmother bridge game played October 31 Mr. and Mri. E.P. Menzen, and and Mrs. Alonzo Christ, and All widows of World War
Mrs. J.E.
Mrs. T.J.Hawes,Sr. the bride at the Melrose Woman's Club Seymour of Keystone luncheon and election of officers -
; in-
formerly of Keystone, now livIng Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Henschel I veterans are especially
Heights, was attended by will be held at 12:30
groom's mother Mrs.J.E,Seymour were: First Mrs. Roland Bryan noted
in Naples, were weekend Christensen, evangelist all of the Keystone area. These vited.
his father as bent man: J.E. today (Thursday) In the
and out-of-town guests and Mrs. C.V. Home with will be
guests of the Alkens and attended of Orlando, done new members attended the Informal -
Mrs. George Fordham and Mrs. 82 1/2 points; Second, Mrs. the wedding festivities. Angela Seymour Billy Wolfe W.C. heard in a series of Gospel Club. The nominating social hour meeting on Several 'new laws affecting
Dennis Matthews. Bill Bartlett and Mrs. Francis Massey daughter of Mr. Stephens and Bill Cone as Messages for "Times LikeThese" chairman Mrs Emily Ison. the local auxiliary of the Mel- veterans will be discussed at
ushers; and Justin Steadham will 'present the slate. Plans
75 1/2 points Third this time, according to GordonE
Mlerlck. ,
; Park-of-the-Palms
and Mrs. EF, Aiken, was also at rose Chapter on Oct. 27.
will bet
DISTRICT GOVERNOH- Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. 12 made for the Game Baker, Barracks Commander. -
here for the wedding. Due to Keystone Heights, Nov. Other new members Joining
VISITS ROTARY Ray Starnes, 72; and Fourth Broiler Prices through 19. Day In November and the December National are Cleo and Mabel Questions pertaining to
William F, (Bill) Wesanen, Mrs. A.V. Bannister and Mrs. mechanical difficulties, her The services will be held or Christmas meet- Cook of Breezy Point, and Mrs. hospitalization pensions, etc.
Governor of Rotary District C.W. Hardy 711/2. husband Benjle was unable to Steady InSoutheast each evening except Saturday Ing will be on the agenda. Anna Lebert. ,Many membersof will be clarified
694, was guest of the Keystone attend. at 7:30. Special Park-of-
AreaThe : starting : National living at
Height Rotary Club last week. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Mrs. Robert Menzen and music will be featured.The MELROSE'COMMUNTTY: the-Palms are Inquiring about "Don't permit anything" to
He has the responsibility of Young people of high school children have returned from a Park-of-the-Palms Cha- CHAPTER OF AARP Joining the chapter and Ar- keep you from attending Mr.
coordination the activities of 45 age are urged and welcome to visit In Troy Ala., where Jane pel Is situated half a mile Two large Trailways buses chie Campbell will try to enlist Baker said.
Rotary Clubs In North Florida, attend their meetings every visited her sister and family. southeastern broiler north of Keystone Heights on will leave tomorrow from the those already'members of Further Information about
from Fernandina Beach to Pen- Thursday evening at6:30p.m.atthe Mr. and Mrs.Bud Beeler have market maintained a steady State Road 100. The public Episcopal Parish House In Mel- National' of whom live Thanksday and other matters
sacola and as far south as Parish Hall. They have a returned from a two-week vacation position during the week end- Is Invited to attend. rose, for an all-day trip to may be obtained by calling' Mr.
Ocala.) wonderful time and discuss In Monessen. Pa. where ing Nov; 3, A.V1S' Atlanta Dairy Disney World. Members are (Con't. To Neat Page) Baker at 473-4537.
Members of the Keystone Club many everyday problems of they visited friends the William and Poultry Market News
enjoyed a club assembly at the growing teenagers of todiy. Davies and saw the ear- Branch reports. Prices were 00*
home of Jim Chesslngton last The Inquirer's Class opento liest snow In 20( years. They basically unchanged. ,
Thursday: night, when the officers ,adult members, has been in said It sure was cold up there. Preliminary f.o.b. dock eoul-
presented their reports to session for some weeks every Mrs. Aughtry Vance has returned valent prices were ranging
Gov. Wesanen.At Monday: night at 7:30: p.m. For home after a lengthy vacation 25-1/2 to 26 cents per pound <
the regular luncheon meet- more information contact Rev. of three months. She mostly 26 tents on U. S, GradeA 12iIfBl. g: '
ing on Friday: the Governorwas Tom .Feamstor 473-4016. left August 3 and new to California and 25-1/4 to 25-3/4 cents ,.. : ,
the main speaker and told Regular services: Sunday where she visited her per pound for plant grade.
how Rotary came into being School 9:30 to 10:15: ; Worship two brothers, Gene and Clark Ready to cook demand
and how it has grown Into a Service 10:30: a.m. Templeton In Long Beach and ranged from fair to occasion-
worldwide organization by answering Santa Ana. From there she ally good. Best Interest cen-
man's need for friend- PTA MEETING Dew to Pittsburgh Pa. where tered on 2-3/4 pounds and down.
ship and fellowship. The Keystone Heights School she spent some time with her Live supplies were fully adequate IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
PTA Board meeting will be held son. Spike and his family to ample. Average live
VOLUNTKF.R: : FIREMKN November 9 at the school. Terrv and their three girls weights were often heavier than ,
PLAN TRAINING Everyone Is urged to attend as In Washington Pa.She then went desired.
The Keystone Heights volun- this Is where most of the business to Fort Siereton, out of Chicago : Light type hen prices at the ydr
teer firemen are planning a Is taken care of and discussed and visited her daughter farm held mostly unchanged
week of Intensive training.Nov. before presenting to the and son-in-law Ann and Bob during the woek at 7 to 7-1/2
13-17. All firemen are urged to entire membership. Anderson and grandson, Scott. cents. Offerings were adequate
attend the Important training The regular PTA meeting will She traveled to Dover. Ohio and moderate trading cleared
session. be held November 16 at 8 at where she visited her sister and supplies well In most areas. 4SI
the school with Mrs. Laura brother-in-law Sara and Bob Buyers of heavy type hens
COMMUNITY CIIURCHWOMKN: Alice Lee, R.N., presenting the Swartzwelder who returned to were more' cautious and prices Then SI
The Community Church will program. She Is the Mental Keystone with Mrs. Vance to registered a slight declineas
have Its 'second family night Health Representative of the spend the winter m>nths. Mrs. the period closed. Activitywas
dinner of the season 0.1 November Florida 1 Division of Mental Vance said that In all her llm'tcd as many sellers ,
15 at 6:30: p.m. In the Educational ': Health from St, Augustine. It travels she couldn't find one were holding supplies for an t, "
Building 'Ibis will will be an Informative and Interesting place she would rather live anticipated Improvement In val- ,", '
also be a commitment dinner, meeting and every- than Keystone Heights and that ues due to the approaching hol- '
so come and Join In the fellowship one is urged to attend. she was very happy to be home iday. Prices at farms closed A,

Bring your neighbors again. at mostly! 20 cents. .' ., it :;
friends and the family. The IIKIili 'N THERE:: Misses Kathy and Laurie Southeastern cartoned egg t : -----
Circles, Mirth a and Esther: This has been' a very busy Wharton and Patti Mizell had an prices to volume buyers ranged "' 1 I'",. .
will bo hostesses for the even- week In Keystone with the "Ink exciting weekend. They left 41 to 45 cents on extra large, ( I'
Ing and will be preparing: for a Spots Party" given by the Hal Saturday: afternoon .to be the 40 to 43 cents on large and "
large attendance. Adams of Middleburg; Jim weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. 36 to 40 cents on medium. Sup ,
Clare the Charles !McGlaves Sam Wills of Ponte Vedra plies of larger sizes were generally ,,\';,\ ,.'I"", ,j ', k 4
LAU1KS: GOLF ASSN. William Harringtons, Frank II- Beach and then Sunday attended -. adequate. Mediums and "ol i .,." ',' I ,
The ladles met Thursday for gens, Myron(; 1'revatta, Jr., Ed the concert of the famed smalls were in closer balanceand
their monthly luncheonbusiness Rodgers, Uoj'Ty s,Jim Whar- younger generation musician, occasionally short of full
meeting after team play, tons and James Zowarka's. Jethro 1'ull. They reported a needs. !During the trading per r
with Voncll Ketch'coming In This was the second time the Ink "groovy", time. iod ending Nov.; 3, values advanced Now Ira.Ira +
first with a low net of 74. Spots"have entertained In Key-' Tim! Timmlns. son of Col. and, sharply ,pnlarge' : med-cq. ;\ ,,.,., ,.. '1. ""we e.".;:. ........,IjlU'' ,, ,, e+stataANS.tattii
and:' tactile Starnesecond: Btone ftnd\ everyone seemed...... to' Mrs.: F-d!: Timmlns who Is pre-t lum and smalls. \\IJuI' \ .del (Ufrt. eorttl'n'tALlT'.enurla4tril'i' lii Lu rlhp>, '
; I I '
,'* Lt..Mh t federl9' a .
h ,
wltlvf,8. I l-ow putt tor-the days, enjo very ct ; sidenr1"6f1'fWiilaftry-ChSpWr\ ; liens slaughtered In 'oJ '!r"' 't AC C; r.d"t !J'I, ', I -I
was won by Su l Dwyer with 34.: Congratulations to Deborah of the Arnold /Mr[ Society at the 1 b'__Inspected jlants >totaled, b. .., ,h..". ,. d: r"akt'| ( y ntiiiii ,.11..
Awards for the three week Hawed and Jim" Sej'mour' University; of Florida, attended 3,026,000 head for the weekending
their marriage Friday: Nov. 3. the southeast conference at Oct. 25. ...; .' '
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Seymour Auburn University In Alabamathis
S.E. PIc KAY. entertained with the rehearsaldinner past weekend. While there 'C"1" ,: 1I

last *;4'hunday night at Tim and a classmate of his at "
REALTORK.yston. the Homestead I Restaurant In Balboa High School in the Canal 1he Old I ,,' ,. ..w+ .
Hts. 473-4816 Keystone for the wedding party Zone, Duncan Laird, enjoyed a 1t/mF./l. ." ..
and manyout of town guests. reunion after five years. I '
I also understand that the 1 "'""
HOMES ACREAGES Jack Haberstroh Is a patientIn : I'
Community church Women's the Veteran's In b' ( r
Hospital 'J }f. r I
RENTALS Bazaar was a tremendous success Gainesville. I'm sure he r l ( I I I + ,-
with mrs.Koy, Turknettas would be very happy to hear 'r ,. I
473-4740 ) ,
Mrs. Melbo Hgen chairman for the occasion. from his many friends In Keystone '- 1 l' ,
Col. J. Ch.stington 4734679L.J. Saturday: night the Lions Club and we hope he will be -

Robinson 475-1041 played host to 'a dance which back home soon and feeling bet- '''If
was limited to 75 couples Music Tomorrow
the famed "Four of ter.Dr. "There one thing that will .
Poteh.l Corr 473-4058 was by and :Mrs. John Davis have
Clubs" and everyone had a returned to their home in give you more for )our money
Keystone '\ : '
__ ___ __ for the winter months than it would ten years ago- ?rn, s ". tII''
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from Marylandelcome backto the penny scale at the corner ,
Keystone and this beautiful druxxtore." ,', "
NOTICEMR. weather.

Bill Reynolds, Roy Watkins, ed house guests this past week.
JAMES HICKS and Pascal! Carr have returned They were :Mrs John Murphyand ',.
from a very successful hunting grandchildren Karan and
And trip In South Dakota. They Kim Maier, of Livingston, X.J.
each brought back their limit In :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cowart "
MR. LARRY DEMPSEY ,- pheasant and reported a great were weekend guests of the ,I" '
-, time. While out there they ran George Massa's. \\hUe here ', ,
Are No Longer Employed By' Into the E.P. :Menzer/s so that they enjoyed the Lions dance '
Just goes to prove, "It's a Saturday night. George was In' .
H.R.D. CARPETS small world." Tampa recently! attending the ,I ,;:
:Mr. and :Mrs. Cay Livingston Office :Manager Bookkeeping "
Keystone Heights "Wm' :Mr. and :Mrs. J.D lIen- Conference. 'j n, iP
I derson. :'trrs.r8I': )' Howell and :Mir and Mrs. Paul Steinmetz (
:\ .. Jaunlta Bastedo han returned have had a very busy month. '.. .
from a few days at d Disney They enjoyed a threedatrip '
World. to the Abaco Islands where they (
Betty Zowarka has returned went Island hopping. After returning -j ,Ir
after a trip to Augusta, S.C. from there they picked ]
where she did some of her fine up'' their children and scent A ] '
catering for a 50th wedding anniversary couple of days in the Contemporary (4 \',1r
part; for personal Hotel at Disney World 1
friends. along with friends, :Mr. 'and ]
Harold Ridaught formerly of :Mrs. Jim Bryant and their C
Keystone now of Palatka. Is In five children. The Br}'ant's (r BY FIRST FEDERALLet
the Baptist Hospital Jackson will soon be residents of Key- I
ville after suffering a sudden stone as they will be building : ':
heart attack. Our best wishes their new home on the backside <4

for a speedy recovery* of Lake Brooklyn. 1
:Mr. and :Mrs. Seth Kennedy'and Your Savings Grow With Us -.- .". ,

Mr.: and :Mrs. Bud Beeler Mr. Frances Hurst enjoyed ,
about six In Las \ '
daj s egas
have trip to returned Largo where from they a weekend visited recently. They enjoyed manyof YOU WILL "AMOUNT" TO MOREI-!
Jerry's parents :Mr. and the fabulous' shows on ;
: While : 2'
Mrs. Robert Gibson. Rhett (Butch) Fox drove home I
there they enjoyed dinner at for the weekend for a visit ,Passbook 6 Month 1 Year 2 Year' "
the Kapok Tree In Clearwater. with his family. Sorry I miss Certificates
Savings Certificat.. Certificates
Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Sullivanof ,
FIND OUT WHY MORI AND MORI Nelson's Point have enjoy- ed seeing you this time.. Butch!. 5% 5.45% 5.75% 6% \', ?

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12.000 Win, 55,DOC Win :
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Our saving accounts offer the ides way to raw n-t(- i ,

the reserve, funds every family need_ funds to : "' '
snure the children education. to buy II horn. 1'D' ,
10 build Meuri. Consider Our Hvurii r
savings ccouru her : '
M.n thru Thur.. l m. h ],...
plu "*,* *r .."Inl-s an imp.runt pan of fiHa, 9 ..m. M 5.30. f.m.CUt.d ,[r ( ;
your famil,', financial future. .


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Fuqua SeeksShortening '- \\, '

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f. Daylight Saving

By Marilyn Mullis Congressman Don Fuqua.
outlining the hardships created
Naturalist by the present period of DaY-:
Cold Head. Branch State Park light Saving Time, has called
for a shortening of the period.
"Under present law. those /T1
states observing Daylight: Saving -
During this period of rapid with development and by making Time must begin such observance -
growth In Keystone Heights the city; a Wildlife Sanc at 2:00 a.m. on the
we sometimes forget the very tuary. last Sunday In April and end It
reason for Its attractiveness. 1Wadq ic.rarnetk at7:30 on the last Sunday In October.:
Resident of nearby dues are p.m. in tin lgnb' .This six-month period creates
Undine the natural beauty; of City; Hall a request will be hardships for a large number of
our town more and more a brought before the city council our citizens and should be shortened
welcome change from heavy to make the town a Wild ,'* Fulll'aId.
congeetlon and.the city; stench. life Sanctuary and to includethe The North Florida Congressman -
With careful control we can protection of all native fur- indicated that he would Introduce 1 1I. b It l
accomodate growth but It should bearing mammals. This will legislation when the
not decrease the quality; of our assist the ordinance that now 93rd Congress convenes In January .,
lives for the sake of quantity.; protects wild birds and .(IIIr- which would shorten the u.r.
Let us be sure that with development rels. If you are concerned a- Daylight Saving Time .to avoid I.
we Include preservation bout the protection of the wild the COIIIOllence/ol the present The new regulation skeet range, recently completed by the Keystone Heights Sportsmen'sClub
for ourselves and the animals In Keystone Height
natural; world around us. then maybe now is the time limo present period forces r at the Keystone Airport is now open to the public en Wednesdays and Sunday ThisIs
to voice the few sheet In Northeast. Florida that Is lighted for night shooting.
Containing too many lakes to ;your views. children to go to bed during the) w one of ranges ',' '. ,
count, Keystone Heights Is located .
school ;year while It is still
In an area of the state light outside.
that provides homes for many these same children mustgetup Jam. B. Wlndham (right), of Jacksonville, member of : Now
wild animals. Numerous typesof ; NEWS NOTES in the morning to be greetedby the Came & Fresh Water Fish Commission cuts ribbon at Lighted Skeet Range Open
water birds are found here a pitch black world. In rural recent ceremony opening the new Keystone skeet range. I
and too few the of our abundance residents By Helen V. l goo areas especially those who At left I is Don Morgan president of the Keystone Sportsmen's At
appreciate of Heights AirportA
have a long way. to walk to Club. Keystone
their beauty.; These birds make school or wait for buses, maybe
their homes In Keystone Heights to
not only because of the water (From Preceding Page. ) exposed; hazards," unnecessaryshoey Fuqua con- new lighted skeet range Is and operates the 1 "' range on a It is now open to the public
,but because of the relatively now in operation at the Key- non-profit basis., on Wednesdays 8 to 10 p.m.,
undeveloped state that the land at the Park.COMMUNITY. Fuqua brought out the fact stone Airpark southeast of Organized team .competitions and Sundays 1 to 9 P.m. Team
around these lakes are In.Herons that farmers ere harmed by the "Too Late to Classify"Russell Starke off State Road 100. It will be arranged ag Interest Indicates shooting can be arranged at
and Wood Ducks need wood- CHURCH present Daylight Saving Time Is one of the few such facilities and competitive" shootIng other times by' contacting: Don
ed areas adjacent to water In COMING EVENTS period because they are con- offering night shooting in will be held on a regular Morgan or one of the directors
which to nest. The wading birds Starting last Sunday the 8:30 cerned with maximum utilization Northeast Florida. basis Morgan said.' In Keystone. The shooting fee
need shallow grassy areas a.m. Morning Worship Servicewas of morning daylight hours ,! Kay Starke and Bradford County; The new range Is a full regulation has been fixed at a nominal
where small fish are likely to discontinued and there will in their jobs--particularly in sportsmen are especially invited layout, with concrete level to cover operation and
hide. They all need relief from be only one service, at 11 the Spring soil preparation and After 65 years of married end table by my lounging chair. to use the new range according walks and shooting stations maintenance costs only since
heavy use by us. Not only the o'clock. planting season and In the Fall life my wife passed on leaving Familiar sounds and odors to Don Morgan, president plus hlgh-and-low ,)houses fea- the club Is a non-profit organ-
more obvious use such as boat The months of November and harvest season me In full charge and con- would come from the kitchen and of the Keystone Heights turing the latest-model elect- ization.
traffic but the subtle seepageof December will be a period of "Farmers often find they are trol of house and home. I assumed soon a cheery voice would an- Sportsmen's Club, which built ronically controlled: traps. Special spectator seating has
our wastes Into their homes. Thanksgiving and Joy In the unable to get In their fields the duties she had so flounce "Supper Is ready". A been built and the public Is
A lake surrounded by septic church and the Church Council until late morning because of faithfully performed over the variety of) tasty; dishes awaited Provide- Invited to visit the skeet range,
tanks cannot remain pure In- with Roy Turknett as moderator dew or moisture from an even- years under the title of"House all steaming hot or pro- Hedges Privacy: located Inside the Airpark gate
definitely.The urges regular attendance ing shower and must work unto wife". perly chilled as the case mightbe. And Cut Down On Noise northeast of the main hangar
fresh water lakes also at all services. late evening to take advantage I regretnowthatlneverreally during the above shooting hours.
attract many' spades of mammals Pastor Stewart McCord will of the sunlight. This understood the real meaning of I have yet to learn how every- I '
for drinking and finding continue the Bible Study Group disrupts the farm family's normal the term "housewife". Although thing appeared hot things hot Practically every home landscape Hedges and' fence's can be
food. At dusk Ie'II not unusual each Tuesday from 9:301010:30: day and keeps the farmer I had watched her per- and cold things cold at the has areas which need to used alone or bv mblnatlon.Make IncumbentsKeep
to.'see raccoons Or op- ajn. in the educational build away from his family and from form her duties from behind my same time, properly seasoned be enclosed or separated for sure ui-t 'screen is in
Dossums searching for food on ing. Home readings for November responsibilities," Fuqua newspaper or from a prone perfectly cooked. It t Is trulyan different uses or screened from harmony, with I your' house and Posts
lawns or near the water front will be from the Booksof civic position on the family daven- art and a miracle public view. For example It Is garden. If spade' 'Is limited
bkunks, once common in this Acts. port, I realize that I had sore When I try to cook more usually desirable to screen garbage consider a fence rather than
area are now being replaced Gideon Sunday will be observed Business ExpansionIs ly misjudged what she had endured than one thing at a time I cans, clotheslines and service a hedge which requires more In Clay Vote
by the Introduced Armadillo.The on Nov. 19,with a speaker all those years.I usually burn one, undercookthe area from view-both from space. Fences may cost more
skunk who feeds on small from the group, prior to Being Predicted used to pride myself on my other and wind up to find the street and from your home. initially but over many years
rodents and berries is losing the morning sermon Pastor Douujan Greenwald, chief ability to dry the dishes now I forgot to set the table fill Often the entire back yard may the cost of maintaining a good GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
his hiding places to the Ar- McCord was to contact the and then, empty the garbage the sugar bowl or set out the be screened to provide privacyfor hedge may be higher. Commissioners
madillo who roots for. insects ministers of St. Anne's Episcopal economist for McGraw-Hill make coffee and scramble eggs. butter dish the family. And even with- The choice of':plants for a Homer Clay County Newell\ and Olin S.1I11'lIrd. .
and grubs. and St. William's Cath- Publications Co., said that I am now learning the hard way I also learned that cleaning in this area the homeowner screen or hedge;is,, practically the county only two
Few predatory mammals are olic Churches to arrange a American businessmen plan a that there Is a tremendous difference house entails much more than might want to further divide unlimited Flowering shrubs candidates with Republican
left In Keystone Heights but Union Thanksgiving Service at percent increase In capital between the exper- pushing a vacuum cleaner space into a children's play like abella. azalea butterfly- opposition, were apparent
the Joy of seeing a Gray Fox the Community; Church at 7:30: investment 1972 and l>rojctt ienced "housewife" and. so- swishing) a dust cloth or bath- area a terrace or a private bush, camtllla, ixora jasmines winners of( the board contests
or a Bobcat fleeting across p.m. Thanks&ivbwDa.Y.Nov.23.. higher upending total called "helpmate". Ing a window. I am also learnIng spot for outdoor living. plumbago, and felJoa can in tho Tuesday election
one's backyard cannot be count, The Family Night supper will for each of the following When I left for work In the about mold ants, roaches, All of these objectives'and' I be used effec ys. For Interesting Newell, won 5,167 votes In
ed In dollars. AU;-of these be held Wednesday, Nov. 15, at morning I used to Imagine how weevels and other annoyances; many more can be achieved follaeeVtfonsidar Aca- the District 1 commission
animals need our help If they 6:30 pun. throe years. nice it must be for her with the housewife has to contend through proper use of a hedgeor lypha bamboo cnaste-tree, e- race with his Republican opponent -
are to remain for our child- The nothing to do but read the JIII- fence. There are five general laeagnus nandlna or pittospor- Paul Sladler claiming
ren and future residents of vey" of buttincHH; plans for new per or a book take a nap with.Mama Kay has gone to her uses for hedge plants. um. Podocarpus arbor-vltae 4 778 votes. S
Keystone Heights.. Citizens of ,, PAYROLL ENVELOPES, 0' .]11>Iuut* "id equipment 'nhovcs.ihuL'capital : '.watch her favorite television reward.' ,Whatever it is, it Isn'tenough First as a visual screen slm-' Australian .pine ., boxwoods 1 Howard.led In the District.
Keystone Heights fean' hell>"''by'* : Bradford''' County; ''TellCl' II I\.' \ spending> plans shows, play bridge with her girlfriends f/ ,,.",, nt ho '"I, _/.1,, ply toljeeps9mBwe( ; \ romfleerli, .' cherry laurel Junipers. gtQaKwn' : ?'t rxctt 9\1 WHllam Rosette by"r
Including naluratapapatOttll'. JBFtFlIr984.680bw3IWkbrFOOTS ) ( forth!* year now total $92.9 and enjoy each happy Ing In or out.. Second: as a. hollies, wax-nl, i1Je and many, 1.713 vote Howard drew s''
billion'alld preliminary plans hour while I slaved at the of- u barrier to keep people and animals llguatrums make excellent evergreen total of 3,831.
I __II I I ll------. I indicate that expenditures fice. WISH I'D SAID out, or keep children and hedges and screens.
Since the house was alwaysas pets in. Third as a divider-
will billion in
average neat and clean as a pin all THAT Just as walls separate the home ''U'
lI CONTEST the three years 197375. my clothes were always clean into different purpose areas.
A substantial increase in and ready freshly Ironed and Fourth, as an aesthetic part KEYSTONE MII.IOSE
business confidence since last pressed no missing buttons on of the landscape design. A
full in shown. "Our survey my shirts no holes in my socks, clipped or natural hedge ora BUSINESS. DIRECTORY
indicated n planned increase clean bedding and towels wood or brick fence can
in 1972 investment of 7 percent awaiting pleasure,bathroom "Murriaire does somethingto make a beautiful addition to
in February, our next tissue soap, toothpaste shav- a man but nobody knows the garden. And finally hedge FISHERMAH'S'SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN
and lotion in their be used to reduce
ing cream his wlfe- can greatly _
chock-up indicated an 11 what except
V percent place I never stopped to noise pollution. It has been
rise and now business proper George B. Bowra, San Juan e HARDWARE
I estimated that of SUM'S
= EVERY WEEK reason how or why. just proper use "E1
plans n further step-up to 14 seemed to take it for granted (New Mex. ) Independent- of plant screens can reducethe V
per cent" Mr.\ Greenwahl with no thought of the careful Review noise level as much as Fish ITStuff' GA.IIN
SEE BACK PAGE pointed outPOSTED planning and attention that madeit 60 per cent. Plant parts breakup CENTER
"It's nice to have the grass
FIRST SECTION so. turn if only it wouldn't sound waves change their Live'Bolt A complete line ef Hdw.Crlek..Sltln..eWorme .
SIGNS Treated to If I happened to need a paper preen" direction and reduce their in- BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTSMll1nOWI
withstand weather- 20c each clip, nail file pair of slssors grow. -Louis Nelson Bowman tensity. Through Judicious use
$2.25 doa. Special price on rubber band or a clean rag allI King City (Mo.) Tri- of trees shrubs and fences, Plumbing & Electrical Supp.

.;..I III___ ___: larger; Telegraph.quanddts. BradfoI"CouIIty known had to and do somehow was make from my somewhere wants- County News you heavily can traveled reduce the highway sound run-ofa TACKLERODSREELSFISHING Gro-Ton Insecticides Fertilizers

they were promptly fur- "Depend on the rabbit'sfoot ning past ;your home to the & HUNTING Lumber & Building Materials
nished. It was pure magic but If will, but remember LICENSESAMMUNITION
you level of a suburban street in
I seldom applauded and often It didn't work for the the quiet of evening. ICEKeystone Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light

forgot to mumble "thanks". rabbit."-William Chaffee Keystone Heights 47J.3: 63.B.JRNITUREGIFTS
You are :Invited to Special Evangelistic Services Merlin the magician never performed The Walnut (Iowa) Bureau. Hats. 473-4357:
greater fetes. TELEVISION-AIR COND.
balanced meal .
PAIMS CHAPEL Preparing a "Work hard little die Some of then -
AT PARK or THE seemed like much of : play ; retirement
'. task never to me until I had to do a It early: your family will enjoy villages will let you i in, if you Lake Geneva TV Service CenterFurniture
: Cone and Hear myself I would come home to jour insurance."-Joseph M. art SO. ,That' a part of the ,
.i't. 11 American dream
r my evening meal to find suppers Shaw. Jr.. Editor Cherokee old QuasarGift
..'. fvii the evening paper and my County Herald Centre, Alabama age earl/]/
G1 SVEBD CHRISTENSEN favorite cocktail awaiting on the & Candle Shop TV STERO
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Sunday November :12: thru Sunday November 19 Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva SALES & SERVICE

river 1%MI. East of Keystone H t. KEYSTONE 473-4651
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Park of the
Richard T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobile
State Road 100.
north of Keystone Heights on Florida
Real Estate'Broker Home? If you have buyer,
Reg. Mobile Home Brokers will

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All Tools Feeder Calf "

HOW 10% OFF Price Trend Up .

In Florida CLAIFED *ADS .

Trends on feeder cattle and
calves were mixed at South-
Itlilll( ( east markets during the week I I
ended Nov. 3, USDA's Agricultural CLASSIFIED AD RATES FOR SALE275 International OFFICE GIRL wanted for Insurance STUDERS VARIETY : HUNTERS & CAMPERS- havea
home made I built,
10110 camper
Marketing Service re Deadline for Insertion MondayS Diesel utility; tractor. 3-1/2 ho Agency Interviews STORE CHAFFHome
for own use, for sale, $300
f- my
ports. Steady to lower prices 9 to 7
pjn. preceding Thursday mini-bike gelding pony 48"high Thursdays a.m. p.m.
6 Ml. So. On firm. Phone 964-6380 after 5:30
'I i ir prevailed In Alabama, Geor- before) publication. Call 964-6558 after 5 Fridays 9 ajm. to 5 p.m. Gerald 301 .and Building 4tp 11/9
gia, Kentucky South Carolinaand p.m. or weekends Itp Brown Ins. Plaza Shopping MEN'S SUITS p.m.
Tennessee while higher Center. Ph. 964-6262. itchy: Materl als.
< - Value $90.00 ,
I to Commercial & Residential
trends were noticed at Florida NEED smart high school boys
Now $39.99MEN'S WE BUILD Two properties for residential
points. Minimum Charge $1.75 gardening work. 2 girlshouse FOR SALE- 65 SS ImpalaChev.
The predominant downward (Covers 15 words) work afternoons and Saturdays. Cent engine completely over- "Your Plan Or Ours r storage or manufacturing.This
price trends at most South- KIngsley Lake Rt. 1, Box 361. hauled. A/C. Excellent condi PANTS may be Just what you want.
Each word over 15, 6t! "
Your Lot Or Ours. We will show and furnish In-
east points on feeder cattle Ph. 533-2381. Itp tion. $700 or reasonable offer. ,Volu. to $10.98

was likely reflective of the All Classified Ads must be '-, 964-6137 PM and Weekends.Itp Lgo. Sixes $5.98 FREE ESTIMATES I tor.formation.Tel. 964-5701.A. J. Thomas, ,Real-
ONION SETS bullish trade at national paid for In advance unless
8-TRACK New Tape Decks from Sm. Sizes $3.98
slaughter cattle and .
wholesale you have established account $29.95 at Dahmer's Discount. Remodeling Repair
beef markets, atMidwest mar- with The Telegraph In. that 3tchg 11/23 WANTED to buy a piano. Phone DRAPERY & Additions FOIL RENT- KIngsley Lake 2
ib. .39 kets. event SOC extra charge for 9645476. 2tchg 11/18 bedroom furnhihed duplex apt.
Slaughter cattle buyers continued billing. Not responsible for UPHOLSTERY Homo Bought Sold Air ,conditioned. Merritt Williams -

\ to be quite selective In errors when given over the FOR SALE- Practically new- 19-INCH ZENITH Portable TV, } totd.. Traded 9645391. tfchg
purchases, trying t::> avoid cat- phone or when Is not typed couch $100, easy chair $35. with Now* ;59 ACREAGE '
copy ; like FOR
new new waranty.; SALE
tle which showed Kitchen set$50, double bed$35. WE NOW HAVE diamond nee-
any indication and brought to the office: $75 at Dahmer's Discount TELEVISION STANDSBy \
of "wastlness". Also good large fan $10 9x12 Only 964-6853 dies for any' make or model '

i."i The carlot beef market for - loop rug $40, G. E. hair dry- House. 8tchg 12/28 Guidorf Hwy. 301 S. Stork stereo player.--Dahmer's). Discount -.
several weeks now has reflected er $10, 18 boat & 90 HP mo-. FOR RENT12' wide Mobile Values to $15.00 House tf/chg
a wide range of prices due CLASSIFIED DISPLAY tor & trailer best offer or outside Now $3.98 & $5.98
homes city; limits. J.
,sews. to the waste factor of yield $900. Call 964-8087. Itp
his,*,*f.nd O. ?..,.. grade 3-5 carcasses. Carlot B. White Ph. 964-4113. If no LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering
'-"IV ,.. } .. $1.75 per Inch call POLAROID CAMERAS /. Your
Away Mowtf answer 984-8874. tfchg Bug
beef prices held mostly steady 2 Inch minimum -- $3.50 BABY sitting your house or: 6x9 93.19: 9x12 $5.98
Snall, - 1.78 this week, but live cattle prices mine, 17 years experience with CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS Only $7.98 12 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only Bugging Ya?
sold 25 to 50 cents lowerat - children. Call 964-8087. Itp, $14.95 many patterns and
Large - 3.68ORE the national level. High school graduates, no ex- 45-pc. Melami ne colors. Dohmer'a Discount
Compared; with the WILL {perience. Must be 21; start tfchg.
previous Memorials Resolutions Proclamations keep children In my home Dinnerware$9.98
$6,118 to $6,553. Write call
week, feeder cattle sold most- Card of Thanks week days. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. or
ly to $1 lower in Alabama Call Personnel Manager, P. O. Box ,
$4.00 Minimum up to 50 964-8839. UpCLEAMNCEST 'The Small Store With
I rrur.rJ: r..7r.o1I : ; Kentucky and Tennesee ,- words. Each word over 50- 221. Raiford, Fla. 32083 431- CARL BEGGS
I while at Georgia and South 1212. Itchg. Bargains Galore"It119
: cleaneryou IS
DS. Carolina; points losses of $1 Gulf Service I
.' ..,0 to $2 Florida ever used, so easy too. FOR RENT- bedroom house, AVAILABLE IN STARKE
were posted.
Get Blue Lustre. Rent Klec-:: No 612 LakeSt. Used Ports
furnished. pets. I
calves sold: to

(: D.:if $1 300 higher pounds with,strong$L to weights$2 higher.mostly 200- Pay For Classi lied Starke Builders trlc shampooerl Fla.Hardware Phone,Devrlck& Supplies,Inc call. Ph.7823521.964-8571.Itp If no answer THE FINEST SELECTION OF Factory Mechanic Trained' VW

Slaughter cow'prices/ were Ads In Advance 964-6163. col Very nice in country. 2 acres USED CARSIn .
WANTED Man for making
somewhat uneven but generally Increased cost have madeIt WANTEDPermanent : 50-65 land 2-1/2 ml: west. S.R.D. Major And Minor Repair
steady to 50 ,cents lower. necessary for this newspaper my home. Weekdays call sitter 964-; lections.old.--Prefer Dahmer's one Discount 100. Block Const. 3 B.R. 1 This Whol. Ar.a On All Makes One Day
years Hath L.R., Din. Room, Kit
Slaughter calves sold ,
mostly to clarify Its present 8362 after 5. Itp louse. 2tchg 11/16 chen Utility Room, Carport, 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Service On Most,.Job*.
1 steady to $1 lower over the rules and adopt new one for ;
-'" area except strong to $1 higher the publication of classified Completely furnished. Must bt USED PARTS ACE GARAGE
--:' prices prevailed in Florida. advertisement In Its column BEGINNERS GUITARS with MILLER BrownVOLKSWAGEN seen to be appreciated.
:C Prices on barrows and gilts .. cases. Only $19.95 at Dahmer' 528 S. Walnut St.
Hwy 301 N. Waldo
Discount. 6tchg 1214GERM
were changed at most All advertisement of thl
Southeast markets and clos- nature must be paid In advance -
Cut Your Own ing sales were steady to 25 unless an established .VI SJ1KPHERD: PUPS BILL POWELL NEW\ X-H.; Reducing Plan, 42
cents lower for ,the week. In monthly account I* maintained Black, 3 months old. Not reg- Tablets, $3.00. Money Back
Fire WoodPaulin Uio Midwest,carlot pork trade" with this newspaper. istered but sired by Bill Epps 9646464OR LOTS Guarantee. Koch'' Drug Store.
cuts sold unevenly steady to Mailing; and bookkeepingcosts registered dog. $15.00. Pete WATER FRONT 9tp-11/9!
Saw lower with loins substantially have advanced makingIt Sparks, New River Station, FOR SALEOn
lower, posting losses of $4 this Brooker Road. Itp N.w&U..d Crosby Lake and Crosby
to make
to $9. necessary. Soles Service WAYNE DOUGLAS Lake, Canal. (Canal 50 feet
144.95W adjustment.It wide 8 feet deep) Located on ELECTRIC
Only preferred that COLORADO: 40 acres, $6,000. ASSOCIATE ; !>
Is much State Road 100, 3 miles West
$65 down $65 monthly. Owner
W / classified advertising be will finance beautiful RanchlandA 1 Mi. North of the Mall of StarKe, Fla. Ideal for vaca- .Service
VA Initir placed In rather than 964-6593 ,
person home
mobile or
ases Mile And A Half High In GAINESVILLESPINET tion cottage: ,
telephone so a* to avoid And
by Investment. Residential!
The Colorado Sky.-- STEEDCO.
RYE GRASS Vet Benefits error T"f ., 911 W.lOth Anarlllo,Texas Prices start at 1295.000$200 Commercial! Wiring
(806) LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf down and $35.00 month for 36
376-8690. lip
SEED For EducationSeveral 79101 CONSOLE PIANO may & Country Club, ready for months (82 % simple inter- -Additional Outlets

MEDICAL TECHNICIANS; be purchased by small monthly building on or for Investment.Lots est). Air Conditioning
PUMPSNEW 3 experience, civilian or payments, see it locally write area approximately 1/2 Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 Hookup
Lb..14 bills have become military. High school and 21 Cortland Music Company 1, P.O. acre and larger. Paved roads p.m. ,weekdays. tf Trailer!! Pole Meters
law recently that'' greatly Increase AND USED years old, $6,535 to $7,188 to Box 35, Cortland, Ohio, 44410 only 3 minutes from town. 24-HUdFS.rvlc!

iooib.fi.99DONT according benefit to OUell?to y arveterans W. Vaughn, start. For more Information 4tp 1123REDUCE Call 964-7701. 8 a.m. to 5 PJn. SEWING MACHINES cleaned, Phone

director of 'the V/A./ Regional SALES write or call Personnel Man '' tfchg oiled and adjusted In your home. 964-8641
P. O. Box 221, Raiford. sale & fast with Go- $5. Vacuum Cleaner repairs
PARTS ager,
St. Petersburg.One .
Office at
FOR Coastal Bale
Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water -- hay,
Fla. 431-1212. ItchgFOR also. All work guaranteed.--
that will affect most veterans SERVICE
pills" Andrews Pharmacy. Out of barn or out of the field
Dennis E. Coggtns phone 431- I
Uanln. >
Immediately Shallow\ RENT-' Smalt ft bedroomhouse Stp 11/10' Registered' Angus calvish Ph. 1428. tfchg. INTERESTED! IN BUYING
.., -- crease in educational allow- D..p and Wills; 964-6114 J.B. White tfchg I t
air conditioned. 1/2 mile
i, STOOP: ance for veterans attending OR SELLING?
school under the G.I. Bill. The NW Starke on SR-IOO. Call INSURANCEAT

See Our New rate for an unmarried veteran Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT 064-7015. Itp JIMMY MOORE'SSan EARL'S LAND Clearing-Disc REDUCED RATES CONTACT
attending school full-time has ing and Fill Dirt. Call after
been increased'1!'; $175 to SERVICEON FOR SALE power mower,sew 11/30 AUTO FIRE BOAT
Pecan Picker $220 per month from with the new ALL ing machine, dining room table Sports 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4tp GEORGE ROBERTS

Uppers rate effective with; checks due MAKES and others 767 N. Grand St. MORE BOAT FOR STEVE'S STEAM Cleaning Service DOYLE E. CONNER REAL ESTATE

veterans on the first of Novem PHONE 96..7061DURRANCE Up Homes, trailers, autos, INSURANCE AGENCYtchg.
ber. The Increase Is retro- YOUR MONEY trucks, heavy equipment.; All .
4.99 active to Sept I, 1972, and the FOR SALEBeauty; shopequip- Stark. Ph. 964.5791Campl.t. kinds. Phone 533-2702. dip PHONE 9647826
bill calls for monthly paymentsto ment. Shampoo unit Including: :
be made ona .month In advance PUMP & SUPPLY CO. hydraulic chair. Phone 964- Outboard & Stern 11/30 MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. 421 W.>MADISON ST.
instead ot at the end of 8075. Itp
Drive Service and Repair.Compl.t. 90 Ws, Laic City
r the month. Moved 5 Blocks North
A veteran with* 11 one dependentand 864 N. Tempi Av. FOR RENT- Trailer 1 bed- Fiberglass Repair Phone 752-3723 frigerators WANTEDUsed wuher.bah furniture

who Is attending school on room.964-8797.Water Itp Furnished. Ph. Custom built Fiberglass For Best Selection Of mer's Discount House tf/cgh
a full-time basis will receivean
Fishing Boat.
increase of $56 a month, TRAVEL TRAILERS
or a total of $261. Those with FOR SALE1970 Mobile home 'MINI-HOMES SAVE
two dependents will receive Bradford 12x60 3 BR, 1-1/2 bath, $100 om Tho*. Long Distance
$298 per month and for each quity.; After 1 pjn. call 964- TRUCK CAMPERSAND ,Phone
additional dependent the allowance 5052. ItpWESTERN FOR SALE7 year old gelding SALES PARTS TOPPERSFull Coll
will be.,.another $18 per Court AuditCompleted good price. Call Mr. McKinney W* now handle air line
-cam month. RECORDS: Novem- after 6 P.m. 9646873.Itp SERVICE Line Of Parts And ticket, cruises, and tour,,

Another new bill authorizes ber Special, only 59C-- Dah- USED IMPORT CARS Service 'i.,
$25 million a year over the next mer' Discount 2tchg 11/16 W* offer a special package
seven years in VA.grants to FO3 RENTFurnished or unfurnished HARFRED AUTO Tour of New Disney World
I help build eight new medical TALLAHASSEE Audits of 2 bedroom apartment.Wall IMPORTS INC. WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
schools financed mostly by state the accounts of the late CharlesA. to wall carpet.Buford Mitchell results! List your property; for Call 964-7449

governments, but which would Darby and his successors in BOY-SEURWT-HIRE_ / phone 964-6853. tfchg 509 E. University sale with us. Call today.-- TOWN FINANCE CO.
use VA land and hospital facilities. the Bradford County circuit Gainesville3724373 BILL POWELL, BROKER: 964-

The law'also authorizes court clerk's office have been !llJJtIIJllfl FOR SALEBrick veneer, 3 6464 or 964-6810 tf/chg P.O. Box 226 N. Tempi
$50 million a year for seven completed and reports on the bedroom 2 bath, living room

Nursery years for grants, tbexpand state audit, all favorable were dining room, family room. _.......................................u.u__.,.uu,, u.......__,_.u.u_oo _uu.oo
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medical schools,, and for aid to issued Monday by Auditor Large lot. Central heat and WE MAKE ALL

SpecialALL health college services education field."I courses. in tile General' Ernest Ellison. THE RIGHT POINT. Com for In and the Mitchell air. Reasonable phone 964-6853.terms. Buford tfchg MAJOR APPLIANCE FACTORY HELP NEEDED I

urge all veterans who are }
not now using their GI benefitsto The audit of Darby's accounts selectayae favorite ESTER- REPAIRS ,
check with Veterans Administration covers the period BROOK fountain pen. TELE
on the possibilityof ; beginning Aug. 1. 1968..and GRAPH. 0. C. Comes Nmory I EXPERT REPAIRMEN \by Owes Joist of Florida, Inc. nod dependable able J.

PECANOR doing so In the near future, ending Oct. 21.1969. the date of Thousands ol Plants I bodied factory help. No experlencenecessary. :.
Mr. Vaughn said. Further information his death. Fruit Trees, Shad. Tree, CALL\ 964.8363 Steady work overtime, fringe benefits..
may be obtained from United Firm Evergreen, Camellias, 'i I f I:

the County; Service Officer: orb Darby' widow. Virginia, Inc.Reg. Azaleas, Rose Stark '
Most In Can Plant
) writing Mr. Vaughn at Box was named as Interim clerk AnytimeLANDSCAPING I
1437, St. Petersburg. and served until Inman D Reol Estat. Brok.r Appliance Service I ATOWflU i

Or In Cans. Green was appointed clerk by Paul & Irene Faulkner 23 Mi. S.E. Of Stark,, 323 Brownie St. Tf i JOIST 1;
the governor as of Dec. 4. 19tB. Hwy. 100 I
20% OFF Associates Florohom. 659.2165
Sliced Beef Green until Jan 3. 206 S. Water Street
1971 the date he was succeeded Stork, Fla. 964-5065 SECRET.-Lose Water Weight X- Lincoln City Road.. Monday through Friday

d-CON fiS.fi.and SaladThinly by Gilbert S. Brown WANT TO SELL OR t s body Pol Water bloat Pills puffiness only $3.etc.Mo- 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M, 'TF N:::
the present clerk who had AnSOn .::::::::::::;;::::::::::::'::::::::;:;:::; ;::::::;:;;':; : ::: &jtKK ;;;
been elected: to the office. Call U. For Best Price Mobile Homes Drug Store. 12tcha'--U/2

MICE Brown's audit covers the Propet Waiting flaky SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES '

sliced'cold cooked beef period from the date he took office Expondo Room & Add US SAVE SOn OLINS MOBILE HOME SALESHWY.
of this
May year. Room
Thinly sliced Florida. tomatoes" 100 W. PH. 964.5606
Prepare) For The Sliced onion The audit reports show theproper Fr. Delivery and Set Up FRED DAVIS
transfer of funds from SEWING 100 2 Travel Trailers Self Contained afllSSlS 'I''lN '
Sliced cooked Florida RADIUS :
Rats And Mk Now each clerk to his successor BUICK PONTIAC **** "iT .* .

The Cold Will Driv Pitted pctatoe rip olives essentially and the general the same fimarks for all:are MACHINE BANK HWY 17 FINANCING NORTH [". GMC TRUCKS 1.19ft. And l-27ft. Selling For Fall Clearance

Them In Italian Dressing "Resources were adequate Sole and Servlc GREEN COVE A LITTLE RIDE CAN Also 2 Repassed Homes

Hard cooked eggs,quartered SAVE YOU A LOT"Tel.
liabilities budgets
to cover
ELNA l. 284.501/ 264-7311 1-24x57 DoubUwld. & 1-12x60 SingUwld
1 lb. Meal parsley'" correctly were: properly amended prepared and closely N.w Homo. GREEN COVE SPRINGS! 8 Til Dark Mon Sat Noon Dark On Sundays. .

1 lb. Pellets Arrange first 4 ingredient followed' a balanced cashbook WHITE > *
In alternating layer. In a salad was kept. The postings
bowl Garnish with olive and all record were current. ."' $49.50 .> NOW IN STARKESINGER Well Stttm Cltm Anythlni.Ji

1.47 pour droning, over top. Add The audit report notes that
Parts & Repairs on >r s Husrs M&iir H.im s Hot **'fa P"Sfmlprng
quartered egg and sprinkle the clerk, by resolution! of the,
-... LOIID.A' with parsley. county commission, changed all other make ma Flr SlM0inu| | G rt r t H ut CloiSpror
from the fee system to the

1ST budget system as of Oct. 1.,
41 aNT"' 1_. NATIONAL Sewing Machine Representative
Many. shovf htfNaa< 1 '
personeUtie The clerk's .nn aJcompen.allon Cbrnplfete Surf
Hopper Cttatings
are 'flocking t. thePT..id4M'.lbMasr ,
e CMUMCM CSV was $9,000 to 611 W. Univ. Av.. SALES & SERVICE
but oddly erylix* 'Plo iev F' erfla> A b os ,,,
GARDEN CENTER nou0h.. .nont of them" are hot. Dee:31. 1968. and as of Jan 1.. Gelnesvflle, Fla. Servica On All Makes Sewing Machines Ka.fs
Houtet CUilmqi And Wellfcoyo1 -
site moM a Mpjnj doing ffteonImUaMoiu. 1M9. was set at $11.000 by
ea All Day W. |a.*aiyTelegraph / Florida statute, the auditor 378-1355 ,J Phone 964-6369 8 *.M.* To P.M. Service 964-57>l
noted. if\ If I<"n< a Stohg. 13/i I
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