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 16, 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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No. 16 'Thursday, November 16, 1972 Copy
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Protests t "rf Regional -Planning?;


C ounty'sE f, n } Concept Pushed

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Mrs Pat oIUda)" 1 r' Uct

of Orange Park defeated -

of candidate Representatives' 'Rep for bIJ'An House At Starke Group

Diet 25. has filed a I" 1.t 1.

protest' 'in Circuit

Court' alleging thatall t r' 'r .
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Bradford County : A multi-county regional planning con-

General Election returns cept has been ,explained to the Starke

are fradulent Planning Board and a warning Issued

because fewer, peo- that the state will assume more authorityin ComprehensiveHealth

ple voted here on + land use planning .based on a regional

November 7 than vot- ; concept.Unless .
I a h
ed here in the First r the city gets Into land tutlonal amendment allowing the PlanEmerging

and Second Pri p'' i ,,r Ipy: use planning the state will do state to sell up to $60 million
maries. ,C+Jk, tr. try: f; r wIt' it for 'local areas in the near In, bonds to purchase environ
ftinire. but on a regional ba- mentally endangered lands.

In her protest, 'filed before 1 'sls as opposed to local city "There is a strong indication
Circuit Judge John J. Crews In : and county areas the StarkeBanners the state will assume responsibility HereA

Gainesville on November 11, wore told. ; for athiiinlsterlilK
Mra. iiolliday states the wane tt was all new to the Starke that program and will relyon
pattern In Bradford, was con- Planning Board and about 15 regional planning councils,"

trary to the state average which + other local citizens, including (S.. Pog. 11)) comprehensive: plan for ties U-si the F.MC or communication -
bowed that 25 per cent, of ,. '144k x'1'fi members 0(City Council They medical care a central communications programs, Is the Com-
Florida registered voters cast had gathered in the county commission system for law proh t: 'S ve Mental Health Program
ballots In the primaries while t Tuesday night to enforcement It's
} room and medical emergencies aim Is to lessen
70 per cent voted In the general 4 W \t e rr1,, 't learn how the city should go 23 Cases and a mental health the I' Y. on overcrowded statement
Election. y about getting into land use planning program are all emerging in hospitals by treating
Bradford County, traditionally or coning. Bradford County. many mentally ill patients In

aheavy-votbvcounty.racked Regional planning "is a Arraigned Only physical sign that all their erne. Several techniciansare
up 79.1 percent of Its voting 1 r strange duck on the legislative these things are coming about ru ,'i employed In Bradford
In the First Primary said Richard Tarbox.
strength scene
micro-wave radio
1 is a huge
76.6 per cent in the Second director of the North Central In CircuitCt. tower which recently was see Page 10))

,and,73.8 per cent In the General -, Florida Regional Planning erected behind the county; [load
Election. Council which now consistsof J Department bam on Grand
Mrs. Holliday says In her pretest -, the City of Gainesville and Here Street. The tower will eventual-,
that "the, discrepancy in ,/Mschun' County. \rea
'. y.bet toooIIP4. IJp.1fI.t.\1\ ev"sn.re-; JI '
results In Bradford County art !"Caftpfca&Xf "and cpordtn. ....- '0U11'' rltlIlluding\ Jlur'viii '-I<"4
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+ aw.-
eny-three''ba6el\ were
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\; ,J IIO "W.. rt1lli .
.. aNon Taj-box's communications Hit
Jy" was providing a : -
Final returns showed that flit w e reigned: Monday: beginning toFail' ByB
'description of regional planting : system for iI.lllaw en-
'"Y4. "'Wfltamr defeated, "MrtCMcHlt-**, Frank "It gu cities and coun- with'trials term being of Circuit set December Court foreernent agencies.; and. hospi
day by jpargin rf: 269 in the ties trt addressing the same 4 for persons who 'plead not tals.Through the doctors & L'sTwt.
problems even though they may ( system
Bradford guilty charges brought"agaJnstthem.
Clay dI.tJ1ctf.oOmprled; :and the northern part of, Hjalmar McMillan; Wayne T. onLaura; Thomas, lady Harper, And J.n'cy Waiter ((1r| not agree." ;. from Bradford evenfromJacksonville'eDuval County Hospital /

,St. Johns' Counties.In Were The Top Five Student At BUS The First Six-Weeks Which Ended Mld-'Octobir' county"River lines basins" Dr.don't Clay stop Curtis at 17 persons pled not guilty; and or Medical Center can feed took ,dace breaking in a three and enterings day per-

her signed statement Mre. told the city; planning board. lie their cases placed on the trial paramedic's In emergency vehicles iod fi rn Saturday through Monday
Iiolliday! saldi "I hereby protest is a member of the Gaines docket. Four persons pled information on how to saving an undetermined
against the canvass of such ville Planning/ Board and a professor guilty to their charges and sentences treat, say, a heart at\act vic amount of cash and merchandise
returns by the Bradford County in the Real (:state Department were given. One pre- tim.These Volen from Stuckeys, on
Canvassing Hoard, and request of the I'niveriity' of sentence Investigation was ordered two rro(rims: lire emanating nprt/i/ US-301 and I>r. Pete G.
that said return be Investigated 5 Earn AIlA'sAt Florida Dr. Curtis was with by, the court. FIve persons from U'o Jacksonville lelos's office on west Call

examined,checked and corrected the group of t'F' officials using failed to appear at court: Department of labile Safety Street

." a grant from the ( S. James Henry Cole pled guilty; which is getting Federal funds During the Stuckey's robberythe
that the
with stipulation
Bradford County Supervisorof Department of Health Educa- to the charge of carrying a U. S, Government dollars be dc'or was broken open witha
tion and Welfare which helped concealed firearm and was put
Elections Neva ,Flynn expressed The lug wrench.
complete 'confidence Bradford County; put Its land on one year's probation. used on a regional basis.
In the of the Bradford Bradford HighJust use plan into effect in 1970. Emergency Medical Care Pro- Som3 change was missing
accuracy Powers charged
Billy was : (EMCfunds) come throughthe
; But the county had worked on gram from /the cash register and the
County returns and said with breaking and entering and
U.S., Department of Health not if
the problem at least two years managers( are sure ,any
yesterday that the allegations
three probationafter
put on years and Welfare. The
Education merchandise was taken, according -
prior to adopting its land use
of : fraud were totally without
pleading guilty.; communications funds
program to the Investigating officer -
or zoning ordinance in August
j .foundation, five students of the 1,200 daughter of Mrs..Seleta Thomas Elgnty-four 'students of the 1970. Edward Cummings was char- are dispersed through the fed- Bradford: County Sheriff
Election officials here declare member'student body at Brad- of,Starke is starting her high 1,200 enrolled at BUS, Just a ged with aggravated assault, eral Law Enforcement Assistance Deputy Robert Green.
that it is not unusual ford High School made straightA's school career off on the right shade, over seven per cent of There, Is a lot of activitynow ; plead guilty to the charge and Agency a branch of the The Sheriff's
I for fewer people to vote In in the ftrstlx-weeksgrad- foot with ,straight A's., Her the student body: earned a B at the state level about was put on three years proba- U.S. Deportment of Justice. Department receives -
: the call from the store
,the General Election than In the ing period which ended in mid- courses are civics general fiction average or better for the first lands of critical concern: Tar- .
Primaries due to the greater October. English: ), physical education slx-weaks grading period.They box told the local planners tion.A presentence investigation County Emanating is another from Alachua about 7:15: Tuesday morning
Interest generated by closely Latin I, plane geometry are: referring to the Nov. 7 approval regional effort -
senior Wajne See 11))
They made ( Page
are of different
up coun-
Teston Juniors Jency Watson and biology I. (See Page 10)) of the Florida Consti (See Page 11))

((5.. Page,11)Stiff ) and Hjalmar McMillan, sophomore
Jody Harper and freshman -

I QJatmtCErfer J ,\ Mrs.. Teston Laura James Is Thomas.the Earl son of Teston Mr. and of IVo Link Found Yet To Melrose Murders 1

Lawtey and a two-year letter-
man and current backfield star
of the BHS football 'team. His Although the Bradford' Sheriffs her son Danny 19, and daughter gation were connected with found shot to death last November ered slain and nearly nude ina Starke,
courses are Americanism versus Department is still check- Ginger McCrary Taylor, small robberies. Three victims 30. Remains of the back room of Nell's Beauty;
h Id Communism (\ vs. C\ Ing evidence it has found no 22, are serving nine-month sen- were girls working In doughnut body of the teen-age daughterof Shop five miles south of Keystone The girls was seen by a
science fiction English: ), radio definite connection In last No- tences in the, Santa Barbara shops. The slaying under one of the victims was foundin Heights on SK-21. The truck :river: being escorted by
and TV repair, and physical vember's unsolved Melrose County; jail for harboring fugitives. Investigation took place In Florida the woods off SH-16 two skeleton of Mrs. Turner's two mn; toward a car, walk-''

.w education. It is the first time murders and a wandering fam- Mrs.'Taylor gave birth Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas. miles east of Starke last June daughter t Valerie 16,was found Ing bet.een the men.
Teston has earned straight A's. 'ily of five arrested In California to a son In jail recently Nevada. t'tah. and Colorado 25. seven months later but it Is The imprisoned family of five

of Mr. and cared .. on Santa Barbara Police Capt authorities said. believed she was killed near has bran interrogated by In-
Jency Watson daughter\ Bobble Turner
22 37 and PatrIcia
Semi Annual similarly out mur- Charles Thompson said most Of the 22 known murdersthe the same day as the two wo- vestigtors from at least three
and Mrs. Russ 22
several Marr discov,
ders across states. were
of the murders under Investt- men and her body dumped near states concerning other unsolved -
,., \ ton averaged A'. and ,one B Santa Barbara police have
for her high school work as a "We're still checking our evidence been concentrating on five .slayings at least threeof
GOSPEL against these people, which Involved young girls

Sunday, Nov.:' 19 sophomore.course Taking Miss; tough\\atson'academic without 'result yet," Sheriff- Gunman ,Grabs Information murders of was the three circulated Melrose 8 Fail To Appear who worked at doughnut shops.
Elect Dolph Reddish told the
made straight-A's her first six nationally by the Bradford Sheriffs Besides armed robbery.Taylor
2:00: P.M. Telegraph Wednesday morning.
weeks u a Junior She's now was' convicted of attempted
Cash Runs
Department in hopes of
"We're .
not to
MADISON STREET enrolled physics chemistry, turning up a lead. Warrants Issued murder of a Santa Barbara
debate Spanish U, and American any conclusions policeman who was shot In the
BAPTIST CHURCHThe history. It has been determined how- A tall, black gunman walked So far the only connection head during the supermarket
into the Food Fair In Starke
McMillan, daughterof ever, that the family arrestedIn with the wandering family and Eight persons failed to appear were Carl James Mime, John robbery.
Hjalmar Tuesday afternoon, held a pistol the Metros: murders Is the In Court for Meanwhile the FBI In Salt
Public Is and Mrs. Merrill Mc California, was in Florida County plea Stephen Mathis Katherine Ann
Mr. last July., Two warrants were on a cashier and helped ,"nllwlty; of the killings and Tuesday and warrants were Schioeuer Carl Weston Strom, Lake City; said Taylor and Mc-
Cordially Invited has been a perennialhonor himself to $290 from euhctrar.
Millan student at BUS, making Issued In Plnellas County; for a the fact that the family has Issued and bonds set at $::501 by Orvu Hillman Ray Barbara Crary have been charged with
straight A's all but two six- larceny: of automobiles. and ran. been known to be In Florida Judge Theron Yawn. Moore Wallace Michael K, Ag- kidnaping 17-year-old dough-
Nobody lias seen the
aunwleldlna' last July. That may mean no- ner, and Dixie Paul Davis each nut shop employe. Sheri Lee
BINGOEVERY weeks of both her freshmanand Miss "It still doesn't mean any robber' since the robbed thing, Sheriff-Elect Reddish Persons filling: to appear' charged with unlawful speed Martin, who was found dead
sophomore years. thing" Reddish cautions. at 4OS p.m. Tuesday has pointed out
while Agner had another chargeof last year in Elko County Nevada -
McMillan Is taking economics
now Hes described
SATURDAY shorthand V American Questioned In Santa Barbara long Mack: hair black leatherJacket He has tamed exteulvetywlthSanta News And Ads, having no valid driver's license. ..

8:00: P.M. history,. oOVi\ : aide, American California were Bio father and and u driving a tan or Barbara police and Is The family has also been
Must De Three In court'- questioned about the death of
literature and jdane geometry. mother tholr son daughter Oldsmobile keeping abreast of developments Early cases were
beige 88
St. Edward'sParish and son-in-law, described by car. there. As of Wednesday continued. They were Donald another doughnut shop girl In
Hall ,Jody Harper, daughter of Rev; Santa Barbara police as itinerants Bass The wu cashier getting change Miss Lavon from there was no connection For Next Week Howard Dunn,charged with having Colorado' last year. Texas authorltios '
and Mrs. George Harper who worked In carni- another established But some evidence no valid driver's license; were questioning family -
cashier rob-
Starke, Is, a transfer student 'I'vals and as short order cooks ber approached when the Is being checked, with the FBI, Due to the Thanksgiving holiday Lillian D. Hodges charged: with members about several
her cash
register -
Ce r dIllle from Mount. Cora where she and waitresses, : .".She doein't remember the and Bradford authorities would The Telegraph will beI published unlawful speed and Alvin slayingo in that state Including
maintained an A average.. BBS Two of them Sherman Mc man' saying. anything. accordIng not hesitate to go to California one day early next week. Everett McKlnney, Jr.. charged a doughnut shop employe.
,(!Qammuntlg1atr I has given her no trouble so far Crary 017. and Ms son-in-law, to City; Patrolman Lane If t the trip seems warranted. All correspondents club reporters with reckless driving.. Sherman McCrary Ms wife)

& Hank I as she made straight A's Inptysicall Carl 14aymond Taylor 38, are Sibley, Investigating officer. Reddish aays. columnists and othercontributors Janie Hellman Gayhart was and v\ were arrested after
I : education, human physiology In California' San Quentin Prison -' "St, was one shook up girl" Bradford deputies.. Florida are asked to have the only person pleading not the supermarket robbery In Co-
language usage, Latin serving sentences of five Slbley'says of me cashier.Food J Department of Law Enforce their Items into our office not guilty; in plea day to a chargeof leta, DoV Santa Barbara. Taylor
Aw..e T.--, a..a. as. L plane geometry' and rivers years to life for robbing I Fair employee looked at mug meat agent, and the FBI have later than Monday morning. unlawful speed She will awl i his wife were arrested
.....I. De a.-" CpI education.Freshman. supermarket and wounding a photos at the Gainesville Police been trying for year to solvethe Deadline on advertising for next be put on the trial docket: June 24 In Athens. Texas,
policeman., Department. No arrest has Melrose\ case In which two week's Issue will be & p.m. and ref.'rned/ voluntarily to facet

Laura Thomas, Mrs., Marilyn McCrary, 43, been made. beauty; shop operators were1l Monday ((5.. Page 10)) the Ca! romla charges.JULxAN .

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Anniversaries Birthdays Cl4 A. fA .' q. eM Births Weddings ,

Showers oaa t Ie .. r J Personals'" .

Club Meetings Parties

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor; 864.7608

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fit..,, I:," '. Washington Russets In'Hungarian Dish
Woman's Club 4 Hospital Auxiliary

4 Washington Slate Russet teaapoons paprika
HeldThe With Dinner potatoes Water
Meeting X tbsp. butter or margarine t tablespoons flour
Members of the Bradford cvY vY vYL /< cup chopped onion I cup dairy sour cream
1,4 regular monthly meetingof County Hospital Auxiliary entertained I teaspoon, salt ,Parsley; for t the Starke Woman's Club at a dinner Monday Peel and thinly slice Russet potatoes. In shallow saucepan,
J tryJ was held Wednesday Nov. 8. night In the Methodist Fellow- melt butter or margarine. Add onion and cook until tender and
Appropriate arrangements of IjV ship Hall. Guests on this occasion -. golden. Add sliced potatoes and sprinkle with salt and paprika.Add .
fall fruit depicting the Thanks- Included local doctors:: water to pan until It barely.shows through potatoes. Cover
giving theme were used In ) .. and dentists and their wives; and simmer gently about 10 minutes or until potatoes are Just
the decorations. Mrs. Walter King supervisorof tender. Make paste of flour and ",4 cup water. Stir' Into liquidin
The Invocation and the devotional nurses at the hospital; George pan and cook minutes\ longer. Slowly stir In sour cream,,
were presented by Mrs.L. Canova: hospital administrator and heat through but do not boll. Serve In heated casserole. or
A. Canova. : ; and the husbands of serving bowl. Garnish with' paraley. Makes 8 servingsx

Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton,president Auxiliary members.The psl ll aeyY
conducted the business long dining tables held
meeting following luncheon. garlands of pyracantha and fall
Mrs. Eugene: Tanner Public arrangements composed of vegetables H
Affairs Chairman presentedMrs. and fruits.
Elmer Norton of Jacksonville :During the program the trio, 1
who serves as Sec- "Under The Son" composedof
ond Vice President of the Flo- Don Hardy Bob Edwards
rida Federation of Women'sClubs Green-Alexander
and Mike Hanks presented several -
r who gave an Interestingand religion selections.Mrs. Engagement I Told
Informative talk on "Free- Titus Olson was In
dom" followed by a discus- Cheryl Lynn Dodd Becomes Bride charge of the preparation of S\yl\sh\ .
Hamilton -Scoff sion period. Mrs. Norton also the turkey dinner, Mrs Olin .'
Of Wayne Edwards In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Inman D. Greenof
encouraged members to attend White was chairman of decor- Starke announce the engage- h0S
Engagement Told productions sponsored by ations, and assisting were Mrs. ment of their daughter Deborah :. ha.hr r o a '
the Four Foundation ,Inc. at Cheryl l Lynn Dodd daughterof After a wedding trip to pointsof M.A. Baldwin, Mrs. George
Ann William Alexander
John to J. ,
the Jacksonville Civic Audltor- Mr and Mrs. Doddof Interest In South Florida
Canova, Mrs. L.C. Early Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas B. son of William F, Alexanderof
ium. This is a project of Dis- Gainesville and Wayne Dor- the bride and groom are residing Gladys Weldon and Miss Dawn 00
Hamilton of Brooker announce Palatka, and Mrs. Otis For-
trict 4 and proceeds will go man Edwards son of Mr. and in Jacksonville.The Lamb.
the engagement and approich- toward building a "Hacienda," Mrs. C. D. (Jack) Edwards of bride Is a graduate of The Christmas tea, honoringthe syth of Hampton.The .
Ing marriage of their daugher, will take placeon
a home for homeless girls In Starke were united In mar- Gainesville High School and :1
hopsltal will be held
Cynthia, to Larry Scott, of staff Jan. 27 the
Bun Saturday, at ,,
the Jacksonville area. riage on Thursday, Nov 2, at was employed"by the Univer- Dec. 8. :
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin of .
Scott home of the bride.DUPLICATE
Lake The "Garage Sale" spon- 7:30: p.m. in Ridge View Baptist sity Medical Center.Mr. .
City. The wedding Is sored by the Starke Club will Church, Gainesville. Edwards graduated from \ ( .
planned for Feb 10. open this month, located on The double ring ceremonywas Bradford High School and the SilcoxGunterDate BRIDGE :
Call St. next to Koch's Drug performed by Rev. George Florida Forest Service: SchoolIn CLUB RESULTS .. .'
Altar/ Society Store. Volunteer workers from Mlkcll before an altar holdingtwo Lake City. He Is employedby Set Dec. 9 Mrs.' P. A. Johnson and Mrs. ."'. ,. 1, t r ;iii .
the membership may work any- large baskets of white gladIoli National Airlines In Jack- R. W. Fountain were the win-' : 1 1ple
Plans CoveredDish time on Friday or Saturday between and mums flanked by nine- sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Silcox of ning couple at Duplicate Bridge
9 n.m. and\ 5 P.m. Each: branched candolabras holding Starke guests who attended Starke announce the engagementof Tuesday night where there were :.; ,
SupperSt. member Is urged to do her burning tapers. The center of the wedding were: Mrs. Mar- their daughter Kathy, to five tables In play. Mrs. Sher- ,
part In making this projecta the altar held a single cande- gie Underhill Mrs. Seleta Thomas Ronnie Willis Gunter son of rod Hamilton and Mrs. M. A. ,' .,. '
Edward's: Altar Societymet success. labrum holding an unlighted Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gunterof Baldwin were second and Mr. '-, -
Wednesday evening, Nov. Mrs. Lester Crews reques- candle which the bride and Mrs. J. G. Jackson, Mrs. B. Starke. and Mrs. John Mussollne were ,.
8 In the home of Mrs. Joseph ted members to sign a petition !- groom lighted at the end of M. McRae, Mrs. Rosa Tom- third. ,
Cissy with Mrs. Francis Meng seeking the nomination of the ceremony signifying one linson Mrs. Francis Stone Reginald The manage will take placeon
presiding. Jefferson Davis to the (Hall of life.The Underhill Donald Fair- December 9 at 7:30: p.m. in' Mrs. T. E. Mendoza of Jack- t t
Mrs. William Vogcny and Fame. traditional wedding mu- cloth Mr. and Mrs. James the home of the bride.. sonville visitorof
Mrs. Gladys Weldon volunteered The following were voted on sic was presented by Mrs. Gene Christmas' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. Gunter graduated from Mrs. Carrie was a Tuesday Pitch. Bank ,AmcrScard
to assist Mrs. Hobble Smile as new or reinstated members: Robinson! organist and Miss Underhill and Mr. and Mrs. BUS In 1972 and I snow employed And Maslercharge Welcome
r In altar care during De- Mrs. J, H. Minosinger Mrs. Reva Herb soloist. Dave Paulk. at the school. Mr and Mrs. J. T. Sumnerof
cember. Carl L. Johns, Mrs. Bert Dyal Given In marriage by her All friends and relatives are Octlla Ga. weekend
Mrs. Cissy distributed copies Mrs. George Roberts Mrs.Bill father, the bride wore an A- Invited to attend. were
LeachBennefWedding of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
of the Constitution and by lawsto Chambers Mrs. Mark Olln, and line gown of white bridal satin / Goldwlre.
each member present. Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw. with an all lace front panel Date Set
Mrs. Weldon announced that The luncheon and program with scalloped neckline and full
usable clothing Is (being collected were under the direction of the sleeves, buttoned at the wrists.
for distribution to the Public Affairs Committee. Her fingertip veil was attached Mrs. Alice Leach announcesthe .
destitute In Bangladesh and Pa- to a crown shaped by approaching marriage of
kistan. rood is also being collected dainty lace leaves, encrusted her daughter: Donna Teresa, to
for Thanksgiving, .bas- Birthday Party with seed pearls. She carriedan Donald Keith Bennett, son of F
k $,;.1 "\I( .. .hI l J < "'arrangt ent of white car- Mrt" and 'htre. Donald;Bennett, ,;* .
': 11Given I Sunday V 1 ofLawtey.; *
'Chhm lI' port", nations .centered with a white .
was ahead regarding cards sent For Guy H. Dya\\ orchid atop her white Bible. The wedding will take Plact, _
to Mho sick. .-Member were -Her only ornament was a dia- on Saturday Nov. J8i in thrLaura 1 '
asked to visit the sick of the mond necklace a gift of the Baptist Church. All|,
community offer prayers for Mrs. Guy Ii. Dyal entertained groom. friends and relatives are Invited PJWH: a :
them and assist in caring for Sunday afternoon Nov. 12, The matron of honor, Mrs. : s LE
at her home Brownlee
them when possible. on Road Kathy McClarrlc, wore an em- .
Mrs. ,Michael Gllhooly, as honoring her husband with a pire waistline gown of hunter
Finance Chairman for the new- surprise birthday party. green satin, with flowing chiffon Surprise Party

ly organized Parish Council The guests were entertainedIn sleeves. For Mrs. HoughOn styled right..snu2gly warm, too! STORE WIDE SAVINGS
announced that bingo games will the yard where the refresh- Misses 'Ann Flnley and (Nancy a
begin in the Parish Hall on ment table was covered witha Scott served as bridesmaids 86th Birthday Spruce
Nov. 18.Plans. white linen cloth and centered -' and wore gowns identical to
were made for a Par- with a beautifully: decorated the honor attendant's.All Mrs. Alma M. Hough was corduroy thep Your table
ish covered dish supper to be birthday cake. A woodland attendants carried a sin- honored Wednesday afternoon, h'' t.for
held on Dec. 3 beginning at scene with a deer In the cen- gle yellow long-stemmed rose. (\iO8., when members of the coats / lI1enu.M'that/ ; -rJlln..holididayS/ ,
5 p.m. iced ter topped the blue and green Levy Canova attended Mr. TEL Sunday School Class of car fro", CIltP..c' )' rtabl.; : / -
Father James Cregan Pastor cake. Edwards as best man and ushers the First Baptist Church enter- 'a/'. Mettierfwjthrl> /
One of nalllll saw
asked members to cooper Mr. Dyal's gifts wasa were Larry David Andrews tained with a surprise partyIn -yj'Pee/at/
ate in an ecumenical social leather billfold made froma and Wayne Dodd celebration of her 86th birth- r/ot"
gathering for teenagers sched- five-foot rattlesnake he Following the ceremony a day anniversary.The .
uled for Nov. 26 at Camp Mont- in his backyard. about reception was held in the social fifteen members presentto
gomery; also the Thanksgiving two weeks ago. hall of the church. Guests enjoy the afternoon with Mrs. Ne.J.2
service to be held at the I First Out of town guests enjoying were introduced by Mr. Leo Hough met at three o'clock at
Baptist Church. this occasion were Mr.and Mrs. Hewett to members of the receiving her home on Park Place. Each:
Len Harris of
Mrs. R.R. Richards invited Keystone Heights line which consistedof guest presented a gift to Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert!
members to her home for the R. Dyal the wedding party and par- Hough who was teacher of the l; Just Wife ,
Dec. 6 meeting.Junior Jacksonville and sons, Clay and Mr and and Jack Mrs.of ents of the bride and groom. class, for manyyears. '1 .Popular Captain Ityling'with vlnYllacfI It clean! r
The decorated :Mrs. L.A. Canova and Mrs.
reception room was .. -wnsaplecloth;
Jack Revels and daughter, panel back and belt Leather-. machine
.. with standing baskets Kate Sheppard are the teach- t
Club Jackie of Ralford. single breast- hI1 Iron tahlashabte
of white ,. belteddstyles
gladioli and mum ers at present.
tool A Giant It IIIc'2"6 6
Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Lawsonand .i3.ecloths
To Sell DinnersThe Sonny, and !SIr and !Sire The bride's table was cov- .selection at Giant Savings! :0-- R..sosirs '- :
ered with white cutwork cloth
a -
BAKE SALE SET Assorted colors, sizes 818. aueia
David Lawson and :;
daughters sewnM? .
and centered with an arrange- ,., .1. 3SS
assisted Mrs. Dyal In enter- FOR SATURDAYThe : .1... .. ___
Junior Woman's Club of ment of white bridal flowers.A -- II..... 110.. ....
Starke will sell chicken dinnerson taining the guests. three-tiered wedding cake Ladles Auxiliary of the "" "", .."." 1" ,.."'. '- ..11II
Saturday, Nov. 18, at the was served from one end of Bradford County Volunteer Fire a"r/r.0...,.'Ow.a. ,.....ic, .
usual location on US 301 South. the table by':Sirs Frank James Department will hold a bake "'''0''' In
The Executive Board meetIng Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and and Mrs. Ervin :Andrews and sale In front of Stan's Booteryon
will be held tonight (Nov.. family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark :Miss :Mary Sue Underhill served Saturday, Nov..; 18, starting / ( 1
16) at 7:30: p.m. at the homeof Shaw of Palatka and Mr. and punch from a crystal bowl at at 9 a.m. Christmas Items and
Mrs. Linda Kay Johns, 580 Mrs. Henry Rlcharde and family the other end of the table. decorations will also be on
W. Weldon St. All officers and of Gainesville were Sunday Rice bags were given out sale men's permanent press
committee chairmen are urgedto dinner guests of Mrs. H. to the guests bj' little :Miss\ :
attend. M. Rlcharde. 'Angle Dodd, niece of the bride. flannel shirts

Mrs. RegisterIs ..,.saw
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BARBARA'SBEAUTY A t Baby Shower .I......I....'IN_od..Id.' .2
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. J It I Mrs. Freeman Register ID \ dess'9
was the honored guest :Monday eX men's thermalunderwear
night when the ladles of the
SALON i tt First Baptist Church entertained aU

t P.T.at Nollnfrom7:30to9o'clockwith the.; home of :Mr. and :Mrs. st'l\es.\ d .0..1... .

SUNDAY t The a refreshment baby shower.table,where udget1tce\ \ 119You

| punch and cakes were served, \

! November 19' was cloth covered and center with a green u with linen a tM .._.... with
stork arrangement of perma- .", Felt !\'1'"C' :: : :MB,
I 3 TO 5 P.M.OPENING nent flowers and two baby bot- h: ea pxl. ord., S\i\ Com" ."b.d.M_lit l.nn.dr..r,L,xt.' '

\i1I!! tles. Petit fours topped with i 6' k.e.ho'1.\ BOYS THERMALQUALITY
t booties and baby rattlers fur- }
,ther carried out the theme. blnatlon.}
! MONDAY NOVEMBER A tall floor basket holding lw.F 'UNDEPWEAR
20th i an arrangement of white chrysanthemums l ?
I and other floral ,
pieces In baby shoes, and a toy t
DAYS: train added to the party decorations. -
r I S OOt

t Mon., Tues., Thurs. Fri. & Sat. The gifts' were presented to ...N 55- torw
the honors In a bassinet. The
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4I J hostesses gave Mrs. Registera -
f NIGHTS: t play pen as a memento of r
: About 20 guests were present -
&' Mon., Thurs., & Fri. 2.. t the honor to enjoy. the evening with J

" Everyone Invited .
Emmett Gahagan of Bluffton.

I L BAYLESS HIGHWAY 964-5400 I! S.C. Is spending a few days COMES FIRST THEN OUR, LOW PRICES Charge it:
o :::: here with hi* aunt Mrs. L.G. f
: .: .:- -w.ae..as a. -.e Powell :".

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E.ts 01 Local Interest

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; Moose Dance
; BBS PTA ,,., ,

\ Meets Monday r', \ Set Nov. 25'

A members and guests danceIs
A report on the accreditation d set by tai Bradford Moose
evaluation which Bradford High N Lodge for Saturday, November
J I School muat undergo this term 23, at the Moose Lodge northof
by the Southern Association of
Starke on US-30I.
I i Secondary Schools and Colleges Music will be provided by
will be given at the BHS Parent- the Blue Skys.
Teacher meeting next Monday, IENDofSASONP I
I The Lodge /is open for mem-
I Nov. 29( at 7:30 p.m. In the bers every night except Wed-
i II I'' school cafeteria. nesday. Meetings are each
( Parents will also get a chance Tuesday at 8:30: ( p.m.
to meet their student's teachers
In the annual Back-to-School:
night tor parents after t the
meeting. A tour of the new Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon-
classrooms at BHS will also be crlef spent from Wednesday
conducted.At through Sunday Indlatlantic as
the meeting, E.W. Hodges guests of their son-in-law and
of Hampton Lake will be Install- daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. W. r1's
ed as the new Bradford High Underlll.Mr. .
PTA president and J.E. Tom-
linson of Starke as vicepresident. and Mrs. Ralph Hall of ,I
Jacksonville visited their uncle
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Tullte
Norman, last Friday. '

Miss Harriet Goodman returned Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb SALE. :
Sunday to Washington D. spent last week In St. Johns
C, after spending the weekend County attending the annual Airstream -
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rally of the Florida
Seeber D. Goodman. unit of WBCCI at the fairgrounds
25th Wedding AnniversaryFor near St. Augustine. r
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Titus
have returned from a three Mr. And Mrs.. Loyd Bryan Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. .'" \
weeks vacation with friends and Johns attended funeral services
relatives In Michigan Ohio for Sen. Wilson Carraway In -
and Georgia. Mr. ,And Mrs. Loyd Bryan Of Route Two, Storke, Col. Tallahassee last Thursday.Mrs. .
broted: Their 25th Wedding Anniversary With A Party
We'll Steam Clean Anything!) Given By Their Children'! Last Sunday Afternoon At Five W. W. Hood left Mon' ffl"Sn
O'clock. The Wedding Cake Was day for a ,week's visit with \
Roofs; Houses; Mobile Homes; Decorated Blue And -
and .
son daughter-in-law,
Paint Stripping 964.5771 Was Topped By A Silver 25. Friends Were Invited To Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Hood ... J 1.
Join The Family In Celebrating This Occasion. Jr., and children, In Char- .' .NjJ. '

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blrdsall'of ". lotte, N. C. :. ;:. -

St. Petersburg were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law-
guests of Mrs. L.D. Vining. M1'S. Lamar Thomas,the for- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe! son and children, Alan and Laurie -
Wednesday night Mrs. Vlnlng mer Sharon Leach, daughter of and children of Sanford spent of Tallahassee, spent the
will have as guests her brother Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leach arrived the weekend here with Mrs. weekend here with Mr. Law-
and sister-in-law,Mr.and Mrs. back In the states over Rowe's parents, Mr and Mrs. son's parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. I I /
W.L. Joiner who are enroute the weekend, after spending Robert Green. While here they A. Lawson.
from Griffin Ga. and points thirteen months with her hus- attended the Ga.-Fla. game In
In North Carolina and Missourito band who Is with the U.S. ArmyIn Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs. Merrill Edwards and
their home In Sarasota. Frankfurt Germany. While
Sharon was In Germ any she and John W. Griffin of Och-. son Tampa with, spent Mrs.Wednesdayin Edwards' I
Miss Heidi Purvis Virginia Lamar toured Germany, Austria locknee, Ga. arrived Saturdayto mother, Mrs. H. G. Merow. qp
Beach, Va. has been visiting Italy and Switzerland. make her home here with
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wainwright her sister, Miss Lillian Stump Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tho- -
for two weeks. Friends of Lex Green will after the recent death of Mr. mas had as a guest last Fridayand
be Interested to know that he Griffin. Saturday, Dr. Donald Chubb
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hurt returned to his home here Sat- of Winter Park.
of Plttsburg, Kas:were guests urday after being confined to Mrs. G. G. Whetstone of Bir-
last week of Mr. and Mrs. Alachua General Hospital in mingham, Ala. Is spending two Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tan
I Leo Champion. Gainesville for several weeks. weeks here with her soninlawand ner of Baldwin were Sunday Y fie +

? __ ____ ..A.___ ____ daughter, Rev. and Mrs. guests of Mrs. J. H. Fields. LLi
YLr'unr Vr+ James T. Brock. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall
Terry Walters W'll Steam Clean Anything!) attended the Marine Corps Ball _
held at the Gatepost restaurant
Roofs Houses Mobil Homes
; ; ;
d in Jacksonville last Friday
PROFESSIONAL Paint Stripping 964-5771 night, and also the Ga.-Fla.
football game Saturday after-
PHOTOGRAPHERJiTW&ddl Mrs. .Jean Cooper of Chief- noon.

e Cre land was the Mr.guest anAWrs.i last. O Wed-%L. w Wrs. rrle.h.. 1''ch l! l ;8'. IN'RrSTQK\< u .. ::1 IN I STOCK: \\ \ JV\vI IN I STOCK

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CeShc i : f'w.. ... L 'tr. and Mrs wwra o,asiYCv".od: ="'" .j,her son Mn.,/T.atfddaugheritn G< flitch. ,Dr1and ..";) 8 'H.P. 1'0 ''H.F'' 12'"' H.P.n1
Locally/ /Licensed s \f f fe burn had as weekendguests Mr.
and Mrs. James Double of Winter
Satisfaction Guaranteed ''
Haven. Mrs. WH. Hart, Mrs. Edith
Christiansen Mrs. Ella Moody,
Calf9&4-3i$1 "
1 (Daytime) Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Beall, and Mrs. Pearl Colson spent Brand Neiv"Cub
Or 378.0414 Collect Jr. and family of Macon, Ga. Thursday In Wildwood with their
(Gainesville) After 5 P.M. were recent visitors of Mrs. sister, Mrs. Maude Strickland.On .
Beall's mother, Mrs. J. L. their way home they stop-
Jut., 11 L- Gentry. ped In Ocala and visited Mrs. Cadet Tractors
Hart's son-in-law and daughter
_. _._ Mr. and Mrs. 1000.ald.Cra! ozd:
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and young son, Kevin. Kevin
returned with the group and
spent the weekend here with his
grandmother, :Mrs. (Hart. lie
was accompanied home Sundayby
his parents who spent the

..,:\."tt' >:l.i\r.\;"I",;" ,,' day with Mrs. Hart. NOW I 0 % OFF

j\i\t\):.. Dr. and Mrs. William II.
., Green have returned to their

..' ,, :., :". 1t:t'''' i", ., home In Arlington Va. after
i 1' spending some time here with
...,'.t, j jj Dr. Green's mother, !Mrs. Lex
": \j.{ ''I.I, 'I'
.. Green, and visiting his father,
:<. who has been in Alachua Gen
:,\" eral Hospital.Mr. REG.
,d PRICE "
,. ,, and !Mrs. G.T. Huggins, /.. '
rNw prf; v + Mrs. Helen Harley, :Mrs. Wade "
Gaskins, and !Mrs. Jimmy Gas- Will Take TradeInsInternational
rttS + ." / kins attended the State Farm
Bureau Convention in Daytona
Beach Wednesday through Fri-

tc e day. Harvester

A !Mr. and !Mrs. Don Page attended -
the 88th birthday anni-
I' versary of :Mr. Page's motherIn
Jacksonville Sunday after- Builds Tractors.
LIw noon at the home of his brotherand
sister-in-law. !\ .and:Mrs. .
,, I L J '.. :'of.L. Page.

.y 1a' !Mr. and !Mrs.\ :'olorranlIkell!

(v. of Delraj Beach were recent COME ON OUT AND
",a'j.1'1 'i s v'IgrLes visitors of :Mrs Louie Bell
;.: Parks.
g w
4 ,,. tae Via : ;. :Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Silcox
spent from Saturday through
j Tuesday in Atlanta, Ga. with "Cut Yourself A Deal'STARKE

/;: ," .' !Mr. and :Mrs.. Leslie Biggs.
,.r ? ;,-.r. ,' :Mrs. Ben B. Rowland spent
t ) 1-:' ,;... "' the weekend in Lake City with
a :Mr. and :Mrs. Ralph Towers.
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t. .
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; : '. .1"" Mr. and !Mrs. W.C.,Conner of
Jacksonville were Sunday after-
noon visitors of :Mr. Conner's
father, L.L. Conner, and his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
BRITISH and :Mrs. Felix app.

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It started with a Iweater" THE BRADFORD

; and" look. .how. it has grown COUNTY TELEGRAPH

British Vogue'used I 100% Wintuk Orion acrylic to knit the Published every Thursdayat
TO 301 HORTB PHO K 964-7500
perfect sweater coat in a longer 32" style. Goes over pants, 138 W. Call Street
skirts and dresses with perfect _eose. Open sweater styling Starke, Florida 32091
with patch pockets in a new twisted bow stitch knit FLORIDA"Sooner
completely hand or machine washable. Sizes S-M-L Second, Class postage paid
at Starke, FloridaSubstripdan
,$23.00 ... ;. sI.

',,..,.. .".".. .-.,.,'t./ur'i;, In trade area:Rates.$6.00: per or Later Your Favorite Dealer"i"

.;::" 1 ,.-.t' -t-A, ,""a .tip-' '. }-,, .>* :)jt"\ ,, year; $3.30 six months
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Bank Americard Master Charge Welcome Free Delivery In Starke Outside trade area: $7.00per
year; $4.00 six months

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{ ou3l\.no\1r Tips On Roasting Thanksgiving i TurkeyIts County Buys "preparation Thanksgiving Mother ofour of turkey,vet facing another wishes,eM

Turkey Time again says. Is no difference In eating quality next There Is a great chance the Pilgrim fatten had feet
Mr. Lliette Murphy consumer of tenderness and Juiciness of spoilage If the turkey Is allowed real out for pitta*
Douglas Seymour of Tampa Capt. and Mrs. John Myers education specialist, Florida between the hen end the torn. to cook overnight at avery
was the weekend guest of Ms and Mr and Mrs. Clyde Ter- Cooperative Extension Service turkey. low temperature under
parent. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. wlllegar are vacationing this And you're more likely Proper thawing Is Importantto 300 degrees. Ditch Digger
Seymour. They all attended week In Key West. to bo In the mood to count retain quality and assure) These roasting Instructions
the Ga.-Fla. game In Jacksonville your blessings on Thanksgiving safety. Purchase your turkeyone apply only for turkeys purchased -
on Saturday.. day. If your are delighted with to four days. ahead of the frozen and unstuffed at time A self-propelled one-man
Friends Guertin to plenty of Urn ditch digging machine has been on bid from Pilot Equipment
of Raymond a good bird on your festive big day allow of purchase.If .
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt William will be glad to know that he has table says Mrs Murphy. for thawing. Thaw It In the refrigerator the turkey you buy is a purchased by the Bradford Co. of Jacksonville for $45-
had as weekend visitors been released after a month's Turkeys are In plentiful or under cold running frozen pre-ctuffed one, a turkey County Commission for cleanIng 920.Called
their randchlldren,Emily Anne confinement In Bradford County supply this and the pricesare water. Place turkey In origi- roast a turkey with a builtin ditches along the county's a hydraulic excavator
and Istlna Taylor of Jackson Hospital and Is recuperating at reasonable. Most stores nal wrapper on a tray In the timer or Is a self-basting graded roads. the machine Is compact: mod-
.. and Mr. and Mrs. P.A. the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.R. carry whole turkeys at two or refrigerator. A four to ten one, then prepare It accordIng It will also be used by the ern version of the old steam
Pa of Atlanta. They were County Road Department Install shovel. By manipulating/ controls -
> ish Chlsm. pound bird will take one to two to directions ; to -
price levols within the 10
job J on Sunday. by Mr. and 25 days to thaw; a 12to 16 TIPS ON LEFTOVERS AND culv.rts..avIng many the operator can swinga
M. Linton Taylor who took Mr. and Mrs. C.L.Coopervl- to these should pound range. Each of pound bird takes two to three CARE: The biggest cause of man-hours of labor. The new' boom sideways, where a shovel
El ly Anne and Cristtna home sited her brother and slster-ln- If give you a good days and a 20 pounder takes food poisoning from turkey machine using a claw-like arm scoops up dirt which Is
if. i them. law Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ste- perly.product you prepare It pro- three to four days.. The cold comes from Improper home with nearly a 1/2-yard bucket, then unloaded Into a truck. The
wart, In Alachua last Thursday It's Important to know how to water method Is taster. Place care..both before cooking (On Is supposed to dig a ditch'witha Department of Transportation
Irs. T, E. Duncan and Mrs. afternoon.Mr. the turkey In original wrapper the stuffing process) and after. hard flat bottom. has been using a machine of
choose quality,how much to buy, Run It. Is also supposed to dig this type along highways. In the
Wise Jr. of Gainesville hour to under cold running water. Best guidelines are to "Keep
and stuff 1ILL
thaw roast MR. GARDNER
t re recent spent-the-daygue- and Mrs.Herbert Johnson the big bird, the consumer the water slowly during the turkey hot, or keep It cold". right. up to the end of a ..cul area recently. I
si of Mrs. Rudolph Crawford. and son, Richard returned education specialist.says entire thawing time. Allow four As soon as possible after serving vert. A road grader leaves County commissioners liked 1
Monday. to their home In Rock- to eight hours for a four to separate leftover turkey dirt near a culvert, according the way the state's machine
-. and Mrs. John visit with big a turkey you should bird six to Road Department Supt. Leon worked, the neat ditches it dug. (Nerveendingdeafness
Adams and ledge after a here buy? Of course, the size cie- ten pound ; to eight from the stuffing DO NOT let "
lit daughter, Amy. of Athens Mrs. Johnson's parents Mr. the hours for a 12 to 16 pound bird turkey and stuffing stand at Ellington which the count: ) has "With this excavator we will
ponds number jf
Ga and Bill Adams of the and Mrs. R.R. Chlsm. on you, and eight to 12 hours .for the room temperature for even one had to dig out by hand. be able to clean out a ditch I
Un erslty of Georgia persons you plan to 1'1'.0lid: Manufactured by Warner- right up to a culvert and this ?
werewi bigger ones. hour. Place stuffing and turkey -
the size The
of their appetite. "
.end guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C.L.Cooper attended larger the bird the better the You may partially thaw the In separate, covered con- Swasey the machine was bought does a better job at less cost,
II.... Adams. Homecoming at the buy If you can use all the meat turkey In the refrigerator and tainers or loosely wrap turkey points out Commissioner Dave This new Norelco"BehindTheEar"aid
Shuford who heads the Road
Church of God In Bell last Sun effectively. You pay less per finish thawing under cold wa- In moisture-vapor-proof wrapping .
day. While there they also visit- ter. Thawing at room temperature and REFRIGERATE IM WHAT MAKES Department."When
t." Col. and Mrs. Vincent J. pound far tom turkeys over THE LEAVES
used grader for has acoustical
we a
S ngler and Mrs. EmmaBad- ed Mrs. Cooper's brother and 12 pounds. The larger birds Is discouraged becausethe MEDIATELY.' If you plan to TURN? .27
ditching, the blade had to be
r in spent Sunday. In St." August sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. have more meat In proportion surface temperature can keep leftovers for more than The normal green color of a swung out to avoid a culvert, adjustments to help
with Col.Spengler's mother Walter Stewart.Mr. to the bone than smaller ones. cause the outside of the birdto two days, freeze them In airtight leaf comes from the chlorophyllthat and that left a portion of the correct your
\ 111.. Spengler who Is A IS pound bird will yield about spoil before the Inside Is containers. Promptly helps In the manufacture: ditch which had to be dug by
and Mrs. J.H. DuPre returned leftover brothor hearing problem
se ously ill twice 10 NOT thaw refrigerate any
as many servings u I thawed. DO pre- of sugar. Without a water supply hand. And as the dug sectionwas
Saturday. from aweek'svacation and It within two
pound bird. A general rule to stuffed turkeys. gravy use this breaks down and dis- narrow and filled up soon
rs. K.G. Duncan will leave In the *mountains of follow! Is this: If the turkey Stuffing the turkey Is discour days.. Reheat gravy to boiling' appears. They yellow and after the first rains and blocked
Su 'ay. for her home In West North Carolina. weighs less than 12 before eating. If you have any
pounds, aged. The stuffing absorbs orange pigments called caro- off the flow of surface water i
Po t, Ga. after a two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Ma- allow about one pound per ser- much of the juices from the doubts about the safety of left- tenes are visible. Before they through the culvert" I ,
vis here with her son-in-law son and three children of Lex ving. For birds over 12 pound, bird and requires longer cook- over turkey stuffing or gravy were hidden by the chlorophyll.Reds Shuford said the new machine
and daughter' Mr. and Mrs. ington. Ky. were guests several allow 1/2 to 3/4 pounds per Ing. Howaver If you choose to remember. the food safety slo- and purples In some will not solve all the county's Hn
of ,
Rud 'ph Crawford. Mrs.Duncanwas serving. stuff turkey stuff It Just gan Autumn leaves come from the road ii
days last week of Mr. and Mrs. your problems by any means II
"If In doubt throw Itout"
a luncheon guest last When choosing your turkey before It In the oven. last manufactured the
Mike Sexton. Mr. Mason Is a popping sugar by but that It will help on drain-
Thw :iday of Mrs. Marcus Howard former coach: at BUS. look! first for the USDA label, Place the turkey on a rackIn HAVE! A HAPPY'HOLIDAY! chlorophyll acting on certain age.
Lake Butler. -- then examine the bird closely. a shallow uncovered pan, minerals In the tree leaf Jen-
This label means that the tur- breast up (or down). Brush sen says.. This condition occurs *
and Mrs. Jim BrownG My Neighbors key was examined by a USDA the skin with melted fat or Mj Neighbors especially when days. are The period immediately following end to miss certain words and
''n of Arcadia and theirsr Inspector for wholesomeness oil and do not add water. The warm and nights are cold. It an election brings that iunds You may have nerveendingeafness
Cheryl of the Unive .T 1 T at the time of slaughter and turkey may be partially cover- has been discovered that certain sort of peaceful feeling that is -a problem that often
....v of Florida, under said to come when slop eads to nervous tension and in-
weekend alumi-
were processed sanitary con-: ed with a loose tent of Individual trees produce more you '
guests of Mr. Godwin's; mother -''' ditions. num foil or with cheese cloth: colorful: leaves annually than hitting yourself on the head Teasing The( loneliness.Norelco"behlndtheear"ltd
Mrs. Kve: Baldwin, and other c. .a While grading Is not mandatory dipped In melted fat oil. others. Horticulturists of the with a hammer. Model new 6710, has 22 acoustical

relatives. the shield-shaped GradeA Roast the turkey In a pre- U.S. Department of Agriculture Mlllt'l voices on ,tlia', bust djustments to help correct your
label means the bird Is fully heated 325 degree oven. WhenIt this fact strains
Mrs. Ted Williams and using produce "frankly this is the kind hearing problem. (Many aids have
sons fleshed, meaty, well finished Is done the leg Joints will of ornamental red maples with tiny .ifheit J u-ish lweI" bio-of only 1 or 2.)And it can be readjustedo
Barry and John Burton of Tallahassee and free from bruises and de- move easily and the meat will added ornamental value. tlegratlabla" (lit future changes In your hearing.
were weekend guests fects. be very soft when the drum Model 8710 is hardly noticeable
of Mrs. A.J. Barry. Even with Grade A labels stick Is pressed. behind your ear, weighs a mere U!
d you should check for undam- If a thermometer Is used, unce-yet Is more powerful than
I Mrs. Frank Foster has returned aged wrapping. because exposure It should register 185 degreesIn many aids 5 times its size.Nrecoe.
home after spending the to the air dehydratesthe the Inner thigh and 165 In
summer at her home In Bar- meat and encourages ran- the center of the stuffing.Never ATTENTION ADULTSNEW
nard. Vt. cidity. partially cook the turkey one "See If it knows where I left era free h..rlnllest and demonstration "
"Jimt how Is Due to new scientific feeding day and finish cooking: It the my car keys." ,com in or call
Mr. and Mrs. George W. "big our bill and short growing time there __uuu___________u QUARTER AT
here already? ..
Brown were weekend guests of -- -

Ocala.Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Stoner In flat.ola.ta.. DANIELS: SUZUKI CENTER INC. Bradford-Union Area avert ..


Mr and Mrs. Johnny Bar- DeWitt' C. Jones Funeral Home AcccHnorieM Vocational Technical Center .assetatx.sree t

.rett, and Mr. and Mrs. James ChristmasLoyAWoy Cycle n
Make Ideal Xmax 600 N. Orange St.
F. Stroud __
spent the weekend -
(lifts HctmctH,
deep sea fishing at Cedar Key. STARKE TooU, ShirlH, StarkeNEWrQUARTERBEGINSNOVEMBER I wwrwwuenoAtU_lee) .jj
M a. Vernon Sllcijx and Mrw ,., .PHONE !fil-G200) Available Goggles, Gloves I6AINESVILUHEAR.NSAID !
J.lll ;: ,... -4 s. : '" Lights, etc. .. 2O
Chasteen "
spett Thursday '<041.' f....-.. CO.
In '-'" n'KEYSTONE' !'
Keystone Heights with Mrs. r Courses In Vocational EducationAnd :;

J.Hj.and Mrs.Chasteen M.C. SUth Sr..and In Orange Dr. HEIGHTSPHONE { : ; :12,000 Wiles or 12 Months Warranty fl 'General Education Will Be CU ered. In s..IIiooe 14MN.W.ppb.gC.s.r UthSt.ftorfUWMfa I .

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Homemakers Prices Good, Social Security Office I

To,Lake Hold City BazaarIn Volume Light Gives Tips on ApplyingAre 1 I 1 ..' I ',cereals 'round the clock

At Pecan Sale

Columbia County; Extension you getting ready to certificate made within 6

Homemakers Council will hold' Sales totaled $4,091.80 at the retire years of your birth. How- Start The Morning RightThose
Its annual "Christmas In No- first pecan auction sale of the Your social security office ever, if these are not avail- "

from vember"10 on Thursday, Nov. 16, season held at the Starke State has some tips that may help able, other documents may Q. I'm a gardener and I Q. My mother is unable to people who say they are "Just not hungry" may be tiredof
8m. until 9 p.m., and Farmers Market last Thursday. work for a number of different the usual breakfast
fare. Tempt them with CaramelPineappleCereal
and older her
save you time trouble be used. Generally the manage social security
Friday; Nov. 17, from 10 a.m. Prices were strong but people. Does this work Casserole.
when apply for the document the better.If payments. What should J dot
until 5:30 p.m. at the Community volume was light with 9,571 you your social count for metal security
Building Fairgrounds, pounds of nuts sold at an over- security benefits. you have children under ? CARAMEL-PINEAPPLE CEREAL CASSEROLE
Lake City. Free coffee and all average price of 42 1/2(5( a A telephone call to the social 18--or youngsters be- A. Notify your social security 1 can (8 /> ounces) sliced 1 cup instant hot whole
coolies will be served by the pound. security office is a good tween 18 and 22 who are A. If you are paid $50 or office of your mother's pineapple, drained wheat cereal
hOlte..... Prices ranged from a low of first step. The office can answer full-time students-bring more from at least one of condition. If, based on a 3 cups liquid, pineapple syrup 2 margarine tablespoons butter or
All Homemaker Clubs will 35C pound for a lot of mixed their birth certificates and medical report from her doc and water an needed tom.k.
a your questions and tell your employers in a calendar i/i cup brown sugar| packed
exhibit gift that can be made to a high of 65 1/2C for tor or legal findings, she is measure 1 ;,
you how to apply and whento records of their social security quarter, your earnings from tablespoon waterVa
and free Instruction sheets will an offering of Schley. do It.When. numbers.It's that employer are covered unable to take care of her teaspoon salt 14! cup chopped pecans
be available on elected Items.
The four leading varietiesbrought benefits, will be
For the first time, In responseto you apply, bring generally a good idea under social security as someone appointed Drain pineapple slices; save syrup or Juices and add water as
the following average to receive and manage needed to make 3 cups of liquid/ ; add salt and bring to boll. Add
social card to apply about 3 months be- If the other hand
public requests, a Bazaar will prices: Curtis. 46 1/2C; Moneymakers your security or wages. on them for her. This cereal slowly In a fine stream to boiling water stirring constantly -
be held In connection with the 381/ZC ;Stuarts 50C(!;. a record of your social security fore you retire. Don't delay you work on a contract basis son should be a close relative per. and cook as directed on package label. Spoon hot cereal
display. The Council will have' Seedlings, 40C. number, proof of your because you don't have any. (by the job, hour, day, or with whom into 8 Inch baking dish or casserole. Tup with pineapple slices.
a booth with many gifts for sale Other varieties averaged: age, and your last year's Income of the required documentsor week), furnish your own your mother isliving Melt butter or margarine In fry pan; add brown sugar, water
Including the" Christmas Kennedy, 44 1/20; Mahan, tax withholding state- information. The peoplein tools, and control your own or someone who is genuinely and pecans. Heat and stir until mixture Is bubbly and syrupy.
"Goodie Book containing recipes 55 1/2C Moore, 40C President, interested in your Drizzle over cereal and pineapple slices. Serve Immediately, or
; ; ment. (If you are self-employed the social security office activities (such as the hours
i made up from all thehomemaker' 46 1/2C Randalls, 45C Schley mother's welfare. The person cool, cover, and chill overnight In refrigerator. Then In the
; ; bring a of last will be glad to help get you work), you may be covered
favorite recipes. 64 l/2Jj( Stuart-Marian, 56cj; copy you must agree to use the morning bake in 375'F. oven until heated 1 through, approximately
I A new section of this book will Success;, 380; Vandemans, 57C. year's Income tax return and ,the necessary information.If as a self-employed] per money for your mother's 15 minutes. Yield 4 servings.
feature evidence of of the housebound and son. In this case, would
I foreign recipes. Seventeen buyers attended the payment you are you needs and to make
I Demonstrations on making self-employment contribu- unable to come to the office, report your earnings at the an accounting

I molds; mints will be given,sale sale.Market manager Bob Allen tion.) arrangements can be made end of the year if, after expenses and of the money received ONLY THE VERY
spent. RICH
I will be available for predicted a heavier volume on If your wife also is applying for taking your applicationby you clear $400 or social your
I u well as packages of mints. today's sale. lie attributed the for benefits, she should mail or, if necessary, more.Q. ditional security office for ad. +CAN AFFORD CHEAP
Homemakers will have Individual light volume of nuts to adverse
tables for the sale of their weather conditions during the bring evidence of. her age someone can come to your Q. I am 19 and receiving
gin Items. and her social security cardor home. Just let the social security My 18-year-old ton has
growing season, and'damage monthly social security survivors -
There Is no admission charge from disease and Insects. a record of her numberif office know.Remember a newspaper route. But noth- benefits all a student.

and the public Is Invited. No sale will be held next she has one. the people in ing is deducted from his pay I am !going to transfer to
The best evidence the social office for social security la this QUALITY WORK
week due to the Thanksgivingholiday o your security are another college soon. Will I )
I and the final scheduledsale age is a birth or baptismalQ. there to help you. legal? need to do anything to have DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
New Trash ContainerA will be held Thursday, Nov.
A. Yes, because the earn my checks (continued?
30. It Is possible that a clean-
new trash collection /system AWN REF & RATION
up sale will be held In Decem- ings of newspaper delivery A. Yes. You should notify
called roll-a-waste is ber, Allen said but a decisionon boys under 18 are not cov.ered social security an soon. ilK
I've been offered a job Q.1 I have a small business WEATHERTROVHiiAT
being tested in Dade
now this will be made later. by social security. How. you enroll. in a different/ AIR CONDITIONING.
County, Fla., by USS Chemicals. on custodian of an apart- of my own, and I have no PUMPS
chool Otherwise '
from ,
this exemption -
ever 'OlIl'IlImentll )
ment building. The Includes
pay plans to retire yet. My net
both cash wages anda earnings have been averaging coverage does not apply to may stop when theIil' 226 S STAKKE
IVainut St. I:: 964-7731
My Neighbors in it school tells 1I1'eno
free for young people engaged < us you'
apartment myself. around $2,500 a year.
It features 'an 82-gallon
Will and I other kinds of work. longer attending.
trash receptacle, permanently (1. my Now that I am 62, can get
mounted on a steel frame, [ have to pay social security any benefits from social .
which can be wheeled easilyto ., contributions only on th> security?

the curb on collection day f v' ){j,1l cash A. No.wages Your? employermust A. You might be eligiblefor

and hydraulically lifted and \ some retirement checks
r 'iii\1ili\\1i include the value of
dumped into the truck. / from social security. For aselfemplu'ed
". ". ?; -. the apartment as part of
'person, like
There in no lifting by either 'fW '" your salary. The apartmentis yourself, it depends on your
considered "wages in
the resident or the collector \ C"\)." ; 'J"-... kind." Social security con net earnings and the number

and the /system is said to do /c.- ..,'. r.'. tributions must be paid on of hours you put Into
1M's in month.
; your a
the collection job. faster, at 'Ie this as well as your cash Contact social
any security
less cost. "Alice, "must you, be that wages: office for complete. informa
thorough tlon.
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Roundup Day last Sunday at
Pine Level Baptist Church
brought In more than enough to
meet the 250 let u a coal In
Sunday School. There were
270 In Sunday School and more ILL.
than 300 In church service.
After the service, dinner was
served on the grounds and pony .
rides were given. to the young
pet> a great day at
Twenty-two; youngsters In the
8th through 8th grades found __ \ L I
themselves on the crailest Sea- .
verger Hunt last Saturday night. _
Starting at Pine Level,they continued .j- -i -
to Starke to locate articles ,

Congratulations and autographs.to David Stephens .i. -- .- ::: .!:: !/ 17 LBS r

on his marriage to GIn-
ger Kalnard on Nov. 7 In Elizabeth t AND UP
now residing In Jacksonville. ?
Mrs. Doris Crabtree Is In : ; : L
Alachua Genet U Hospital, ; '' ,. COMPLETE YOUR FINE CHINA SET
Gainesville. fl/ qA .
Revival services are now In WITH THESE TWO( COUPONS
progress at the Pine Level -.
Baptist Church until Friday. THIS WEEK'S _.

nightly Nov. 17.at 7:30 Services: with Dr.are JohnL. held '' --W I IEE ,, I FEATURE i/ l rswivN; a2'00,

Kent, pastor of the Killian FRUIT DISH VEGETABLE F 2 00.C
: ernYl R9 I
Hill Baptist Church near Atlanta LB. ..
W/.Nw 1 teureW u..
Ga. Everyone welcome. .w w .NN wrlN+w INI .ern rl1.e re 11111 .ease rxN tMl NI
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cassels 1 ,Nr,LNL.MIN/NNI I.MAIN Wlth I (
A/.I/tAll/ tg, N
WN/WUr Mew/IM. I ,., ..iL
r N. i.
had as weekend guests his parents I I Ilnll 411MN1 11 f1 FOf 1
Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,I C .Ir wr s.. .. Iw.I. Quantity Rights //J I j ,00 : FOUR Irld. I
Cassels of Tallahassee.The ; ///.1 W le II101/ IYN hall. .H M.IIIM j SAi.At1 ', I
/MIL ran IrrN. 1 N r1 1/ TIM Reserved 'I,1-
O.R. Alvarez, Sr. family -" -
had visiting with them lastweekend w------ I WINN.Duue COPYRIGHT STORES. 1972 INC.
their son, Daniel Alvarez
and family of Atlanta, eeee "






Congratulations! to Mr. and I OVEN 'II '
'..I Mr. Phil Calney on the birth
; of a daughter, Stephanie Ann, READY

on Nov. 7. Maternal grand- ,," ("- 't.., !!: :,.
parents are: Mr. andMrs.J.V. j
j ,,::if;:" 5
Edwards, Jr. Paternal grand- "-I
) mother Is Mrs. Betty; Witt. 10-LBS. "I" ";f' tUp' .:'
Maternal great-grandmother Is .... <'" ? .
Mrs. Alice Edwards. All are & I ,,'C ..J II''.""', .lo: I 1 6.ozJ' .
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from Brooker. ". ." '\-"t,: CANS
a Congratulations! to Mr. and LB. LB."I.. "i
Mr. Irving Hodge of Dade Cityon .... Nnr...-.
the birth of a daughter Karen .... ..."l".1
Ste, Nov. 6. Karen has

t// two Lynn.sisters Maternal: Rhonda! grandparents and Myra I Delmonicos e . I.. $189 Canned Ham 4 :N $4"HICKORY' Flour . . 5 LB.BAG 49cW
are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pres-

grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Ground Beef 3 X. $199 Sliced Bacon 78C SSAVE S- R5 1 DOZEN 89C
Hodge, also of Brooker. Ma- '. ., . lB. .j +JSy

!\ tAtma1.lreat1iI"MtI1Q Neme Prlnt\f, > bt"l'bU1and.< fcr. Mjrs. eda4Ii.; ? 11.rflA' tn lYth.tt\ l

a PERSONALS'Mrs. I. 'Whole Hams 88C ) 'Chu3ckSteake.. : lB _SSc utter._ .' <. .. .... ,.1,.; .,\\4;i; .. ;N lIB PKG, 68

Maggie Hodge returned
home Nov. 8 after spending a

y in-law and Mrs.and Irving grandchildren Hodge at,Dade Mr. Chek I I 4 i 20 CANS 01. $100 Rings . '14'01.SIZE 39C Mincemeat 90'PKG. 37C Apples 1 11 FOR 79C
Drinks I

Johnny. and Mrs.spent Paul the Prescottand weekend AUFI.as.6 29 o.. Bth.S $1.00CANS ':SIZ07::, 69C Coconut CAN, 69C Cider . NALPOAIION 69C Potatoes 10 lB79c
of Nov. 4-3 at Dade City; with
their son-in-law daughterand
I family. Mr. and Mrs. Irving '- 88C Fruit Cake 2 IB. 99c B.oI. 35 Foil 4'S.'bTl 1
Hodge. Oranges CANS TIN . PKG. . Coconuts 3 POR $1
PRAYER LIST: Betty; WittEldrldge ,- 44.'. 2901, 7'01. Corn 4 1201 $1 100
Juice 3 $100 Potatoes 3 $1 69C CANS W $1!
Mary Green Amanda Lewis. 4 01. lO-oi. 2CT= = Bread 4 lOAVES 88c
M'rooms 4 SIZE $1 1 Cherries 3 JARS $100 1 Bags .' PKG..: 43'SAVI Pie Shells 3 Sst;: $100

Breakfast Is ImportantWe 3 250CT PKGS $100 . 14 SIZE 01. 39c .,r 3 18'01.PKGS. 88C Rolls . '2 100 PKGS,, 49C Corn . 2 PKGS HT: $100
need more than 45 different
nutrients for Rood nutrition
and health. Different peo
ple need different amounts'of OCEAN SPRAY T 3IFTY MAID MORTONMincemeat

age each size nutrient sea and depending physical activities. on Whole Spiced I or Pumpkin
We get these nutrientsby CRANBERRY /\
eating a variety of foods
each day. But breakfast is an
Important first source of these
nutrients each day. PEACHESS* :

Although many foods can bo SAUCE jk
eaten In the morning a quicktoflx -
breakfast that helps pro ;;' I SAVE
vide many of the 43: or more
nutrients Is citrus juice or SAVE $
fruit cereal with milk toast SAVE I 17c
with butter or margarine and A $ r 4

milk to drink. 33c r 17c ,

I $ eel 20-01:.

y .,LX 29-oz. ,L Cake Mix . . U& 59c
1 SAVE lie THRIFTY MAIDCranberry MOa.

Sauce 5 1B.el. '$1 1 CANS wy' ... ..- .. Cherries ... . .PKG"" *l'IAROI '
CANS "- +--... -. DIAMONDWalnuts I

I .. .. . .PKG I LB. 73cSAVE

..; Pumpkin e . 0 .I''CAN18c; Sweet Peas e 7 &.: $100 Yellow Corn .. TO ioU 69c


Eo e e ee ,. e C"N58e Green Beans ... 5 CANS le.ot. $100 Ice Milk eeeeeee i 2 GAltONS HAIP $100

JoImaA.I SAve 23e DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN SAVE 9c THRIPTY' MAID SAve 3lc MRS. SMITH'S Dutch Appl.. Appl., P.ach. U..onM* .,., Ch.% or

This Question Sweet Peas .. 5 CANS': $100 Pineapple Juice 3, CANS SSe, Coconut ,Pie . ,,2 "::. $1CO

-Hunting can b*expensive< .,
torn of guns from damageor IE7mCTR; ; E7oCTFPA IE7KTiFA : E7 L.Ti F IE7 T t/*,

theft. cost of personal l six GREEN STAMPS I I I d7l GREEN, STAMPS I I <<* GREEN STAMPS l l A'H. GREEN, STAMPS ; l I d7( GREEN. STAMPS
taj rise. lUbllity for in- NXe W.e.N. tNw H.KH.M M MIX M+NMI iNMM ..MWX.N M -(Tit MIWWAMt)iW..X AM*UWMBU M N M-t *l. CM.MW W HJ.CHAM M Ni -Nn rll IMX NN x.U M ,
I + ONU .... BOX + ONI + ONE 1I ... CAN 1 FIVE 1.La. PKGS. f ONI HORMIl 1
Jmjr to other. I hear .CNOIC
have liuanutto that covers DetergentGOOD Instant Coffee Oven Cleaner "i v Smoked Ham
all these rinks guns, per. t '"S: THRU NOV. 22 -'ttr GOOD THRU NOV. 22 ""vI+ GOOD THRU NOV. 22 i '' GOOD THRU NOV. 22 f '"' GOOD THRU NOV. 22 I INo.
tonal Injury, and liability.Can 1 r rNe a No. 2 ,r rsW .x NO. 3 o *eHi* ioc.il win.,Ner ; No. 4.. ..,.,.... ., i ****** S if 0 .tOCM W.MMWIII ;
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.hurling,.at" trip of 3 to 30 E/' TR l ee, IEJ TRwA TlvY.Tt'vA i E/fi TR/ i E/' \TRA

& GREEN STAMPS.. I I .4'1t... GREENSTAMPS I I d'( GREEN STAMPS_ ... I I .4'1t GREEN. .... STAMPS. ; .11111 lei. GREEN... STAMPS...... 1
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JOHNS AGENCY 4' Turkey Roast ( Ground Beef 'x Shortcake 4I1 Snack Tray
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LAW T E Y yEUa.bethTeny, i SiBOiiSERVICE

CHURCH Orac SCHEDULES United MtthodlstChurchi sic Park Lawtey. Au Friends Wednesday to Saturday. and Mrs. Hubert Priest on Priest spent the weekend with 1 ed Baptist, Memorial Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor\ MEN
and relatives are cordially Invited -, Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Thursday night. his uncle and aunt Mr.and Mrs. Jacksonville, ,Sunday and had of Live Oak visited Mr. and
Sunday School ii 9:45: to attend. The hour from Thursday overnight guest of Robert Rosier, of Jacksonville P.H. Day of Cedar Key. tonsllectomles Monday morn- Mrs. B.E. Reddish on Friday.
and.m.7 Worship MYF will a.m. 1 to 5 p.m. It will be given by her sister, Mrs. C.E. StrIck- visited his parents. Mr" Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Bar eldo Ing.. Our prayers are with them. Their nepttewRayDonnanJr.,
pun meet Monday their children. Come and help and .Ire. Jim and the and Mr. Kenneth Bar-
at land In Gainesville. Rosier and Mrs. David Barnes, of Melrose,visited of Orlando stopped by during
night Young
Baptism\ Classes 71; will Peoples be held Bennett and Geneva celebratethis Mr. and Mrs. George Sum- H.H. Brlces on Sunday., field were luncheon guests on Ms cousins Mr. and Mrs. the afternoon for a visit. Pvt. Allen D. demons son
first half hour of MYF'for the happy occasion. merlin of Lake City; were Mrs. Tommy Clayton and son Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney p. J. Anders on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. Walton C.
Mr. and Mn. Fate Redd, of Tuesday to Saturday guests of Tommy of Jacksonville and Harbin and daughter and Mrs. Garland Norman son and Clemons Route 2, Starke, recently -
next three weeks. Choir
7:30 Practice Macon, Ga., spent the weekend < their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews and Gaynell Mooty.; Rev. and Mrs. Pete Dyess, daughter, of Miami, and 15 of completed an administrative -
p.m.Hfghlad Baptist, Church Sunday with their mother, Mrs. O.J. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest daughter of Clearwater were Friends of Mrs: George Kelley -, of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. his employees enjoyed deer and personnel manage-
9:49 : Phillips, and Mr.and Mrs. Bill and Lamar. luncheon guests of their mother regret to learn that she underwent Gary Bennett and family were hunting this week In our county.: ment course at Fort Polk La.
Services School, 11 and ajn. Worship Gaakins and family. Other Mrs. Daisy Boch carried her Mrs. C. R. Crews, and Glennan surgery In St.Vincent's Sunday luncheon guests of their On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar; Pvt. Clemons entered the.
Prayer ajn. 7:30: p.m. guests over the weekend were aunts Mrs. Mandy Blackburn, on Saturday. The occasion was I Hospital, JackionvUleJ on Mon mother Mrs. R.L. Bradley. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Army last June and received
meeting Wednesday
7:30 followed Choir Mr. and Mrs.Coleman Phillips,, Mrs. Rebecca Chesser and Mrs. Clayton's birthday anniversary day. Mr. ames D. Other guests were Mr. and Norman, Mr. and Mrs Charles basic training at Fort Polk.
Practice.: pan. by Mr. and Mrs.. James Phillips, Miss Barbara Wilkinson to Ral- Kelley of Jacksonville are herewith Mrs. Randall Bradley of Jack- Carter and Mrs. Lois Carter He Is a 1972 graduate of Bradford -
of Starke, Leslie Phillips and ford on Friday to visit their Mrs. Ronnie Mosley of Max- her family. sonville who stopped by during were their hosts for lunch. High School.
The 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary sons, of Waldo. and Danny Phil sister, Mrs CeUa Redding, and vllle, was a luncheon guest of Lane Carter of !>Miami visited the afternoon. Other guests were Mr.and Mrs.
lips. her son and daughter-in-law, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold his mother Mrs. Lois Car- Mr. and Mrs. OrvIlle Edwards David Browning and family. --
of Mr. and Mrs.Ben .
nett L. will be- Mrs. A.C., Pearce'' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Redding.Mr. Eunice, and grandmother ter during the week. of Attica, Mich are Mrs. Ruth Steinhouser. of
celebrated WllMson.on Sunday Sr. .Nov. 19, Floy Bennett were guests of and Mrs. J.E Alllnder Mrs. Selma Eunice on Satur- Friends of Kenneth and Kevin \visiting their nephew and niece Jacksonville, and Mrs. Louise 2nd U. Jeffrey W. Warren,
at the Blue Grass Country Mu their sister-in-law Mrs.Sarah and children of Gainesville visited day.Dean Norman, twin sons of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. 0. Nlcula and Johnson, of Atlanta visited son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. D.
Thompson, of Jacksonville their uncle and aunt Mr. Traylor and Lamar Mrs. James R. Norman, enter- family at this time. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Warren of Starke, recently
O.J. Anders on Friday. completed a nine-week school
Peter Dorman and a friend at Fort Bennlng, Ga.
of Gainesville visited Ms uncle A 196S graduate of Bradford
J& *iucklocidfufl of and aunt Mr. and Mrs.Bry High School Lt. Warren received
ant Reddish, on Saturday. his J.D. Degree from
I the University; of Florida In
4 Mr. and Mrs. Wm Mobley 1972. His wife Susan, livesIn
i.i of Tampa, spent the weekend Gainesville.
.. : with their brother-in-law and
i first sister Mr. and Mrs. John --
superb quality carpet Kuhne, and family.
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard Mildred D. Sapp daughter of
sited her sister: Miss Enza Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Saw, of
,m, Blanchard, in Faker County Route 1, Lawtey, was recently
P ,+ Nursing Home at Macclenny on promoted to Private, pay gTadeE2
Friday.Mr. upon completion: of basic
and Mrs. C.A. North and training at the Women's Army
family Mrs. C.K. Cowan, and Corps Center, Fort McClellan,
: ; ir ,' A maior manufacturer" Mrs. J.R. Cowan all of Jacksonville .\I a.
s Mr. and Mrs. S.L. The promotion was awarded
Swindell and family and Mrs. two months earlier than Is customary -
" Y Edith Swtnney gathered at the under the Army policy
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. providing incentive for outstanding .-
; Robertson on Saturday for coffee trainees, based on military -
: : and cake. The occasionwas bearing, leadership
1c ; anniversary.Mr. Robertsons' birthday during potential training., and scores attained

',\\iD,R 'y, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- Pvt. Sapp received training
Clellan, Daren and Paul, of with Co. C of the WAC Train-
Jesup, Ga., Mrs. Margie Reddish ing Battalion. She Is a 1972
Pickle Donald and Ran- graduate of BHS.
'"jM': dall, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc-
,, At WINN-DIXIE 430 W. Madison, St. in Starke, Fla. Miss Clellan Paula and Jeff West of of Starke.the State and

'. Farm were luncheon guests of Pvt. Alfred J. Lindsey, son
their parents, Mr.and Mrs.Los of Mrs. Louisa Lindsey of
f" : McClellan on Sunday. Starke recently completed
NOVEMBER 16-17-18 ONLY Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo, eight weeks of basic training
was a luncheon guest of her at Fort Jackson, S.C., wherehe
mother, Mrs. P.L. Dlnklna, on received training with Co.
: Friday. C, 2nd Bn. of the lit Brigade.
'v;. ; Friends of Wanda Barber regret Before entering the service, he
.I to learn that she la a patient attended Bradford High School.
;!. "., SCULPTURED SHAG TWEED Jacksonville.In St. Luke's Hospital

>}'". ':. ''f t MANY SIZES OF RICH, LUXURIOUS CARPET- Mr.family and Mrs., of Phillip Fort Pierce Rockyand

: !::':.- :( TING. ALL IN THE MOST WANTED STYLES uncle spent the and weekend aunt Mr.with and their Mrs. HEADQUARTERSFOR
J.B. GasMns and their cousins,
\:; : AND, COLORS. BE SURE YOU TAKE ADVAN- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gasklns and
granddaughter of Jacksonville
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CARPET. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryant AND
Reddish, on Saturday.
,. ,t w.t t .. ,\ .. ....... ... .. Friends of Miss Slnah Fresicott -
,"i regret Mo learn that she .h.;.GMPEN SEED* .. ,

, ':"h ("'.'/' I t ; -9"x 15 ''to 12' z 12' Hospital is' a patient, Gainesville.lnAlachua General MUSTARDTURNIP

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Values To be The president little boy when who he wants grows to RUTABAGAAnd

up wonders If meanwhile. he
$3300"Whol.o cant Rot a surrogate to go to Many More
school lor him.
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!, 10' x15'tol2'x15' 9 5 50 Lb.5.99

II r 4 Values To Auto Sales and Service 100 Lb. ..1.9S.t

$10500 Parruh Motors

nil .j 'WhoU.aU Price !tALES ; ]


;-l. hI; 10' x 12' to 12' x 17' jjt Always ,Good Used Canal <
Laera t., Pfc. 35s.54 .
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Values To D PEAVY Brother Cold Weather

Electric Co., Drives The Rats
: $11700 Alternators stonersGen.roton
I ,. Regulators And Mice Indoors
c 'Wholoialo Price
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fc. DIESEL 1 LB. MEAL 1.47REG.

n tM a 4344: Lenox Av. Jax. 1.85

'11' X 12' to 12' I 19' 387-3528 ILB.PELLETSI.47Full

10' x 15' to 15' x 16' 95, PIANOS YAMAHA PIANOS Size "

CONN and KIMBALL Loaf Rake
Values To ORnAN 20 Tooth

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: $200-00 FURNITURE Save, .8 7'No"

\ \ WhoUwlo Price '
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.J 1)) r WINN.DIXIE 'Wholesale- Price; if not ..Id.o. remnant' Up things To 40% Savings IT'e ONTtf ta

Choir Co.
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i September Property Sales 301, ,

DRIVEIN.. Magnificent in Design. .

Rise To Year's 2nd Hiehest''l'Wo Stiowtim. 7 P.M. Outstanding in

: Prl., Sat... Nov. 17, 18 Performance

major property!; transactions $193,800.: :4u'tl $24\,11311.: MI\)' 62.7 acres on SH-18 sold by W. Ellis of Keystone forfl,100.' ", Mrs John Daniel of Hcllyswook' ,. a ,
In Separator helped. push J3S3.39S:t. .11.....* $.'1:11.11111a..- Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Faulkner to A parcel of land to *a. 12- I I for$14,588. 1Y
he monthly! total to the second mist, $391.19\ \ mkl, t'Imnober Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R. Ag- 9-32 sold by OTX Corp. to Mr. 1 parcel of land on SR-18 and t'n 1
highest of the year, reaching with $;"..111111.!> read of Jacksonville for $19- and Mrs. G.R, Sawyer of!Keystone I the Old Sanderson Road sold by
over $718,763 according to tax SeptemberItiRiAer q" "I1II1'I.a., toll\l- 700.A. for 52,000.Apercel Mr. and Mrs. Cosby Haddock .:'\ ,'
tamps on deeds filed In the! $.,111111> are: parcel of land on SR-18 of land sold by Mr. to Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis) \ \ r tihr
count1 I; clerk's office. ,\ ptirccl of Innd In Mount old by A.E. McKltmey Jr. to and Mrs. Carl L.John and M. for$29,000. \'l" 1 t"
May was the highest month P1e.if.inl on Mher IMo tubdl Mr. and Mrs. Verdo Salter of and Mrs. R.L. Shaw to Mlkel A parcel of 1 land on US-301
of the year, totaling $83S.3\13!> >'Islon sold b>' Mr. and Mrs. Hampton for$14,000.Lot G. Denton of Stark for $27.- old by Mr. and Mrs. Angelo B ,ij ;
due to several turnovers of :.1 \\:niter Hrumifsky' Mr. and 17 In Country Club Eltatel 500.A. Algulr to Mr. and Mrs. Julian !i I,' i
large piece of land In the some :Mrs. \Icxereit M. l-'mncls for old by Mr. and Mrs F.E.Mar- parcel of land on SR-21 sold F. O-Qulnn of Starke for $12,- I ;:' I \;'f
'II \
month. $25,000. clll to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford by Partnership LTD, to Mr.and 200. \'{" !,
Highest land sale In September A parcel: of land on SR-13 S. Hlldebront of Starke for$28- I \':, *\
was the Starke Motor Court from Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Crawford 500.A. I \ l j'j'I
on US-301 sold by Mr. and Mrs. to :Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. parcel of land on US-301 Christmas : )'\, I
Leland O. Turnbull to Mr. and Brown of Stwke for $3,000. sold by Mr. and Mrs. Moscoe Special ,hopping Edition .. : e'u' \,
Mrs. William Chelune Jr. for 10 acres on SR-22S sold by Belcher to Mr. and Mrs. Mer- ",
151333. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green to ren C. Llxenbee of Starke for ,
Second highest of the month Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Riggsof 17500. December 7 "":" ._....!J H '
was 370 acres of land in the Jacksonville for 24000. A parcel of land on US-301! _
HeUbronn Springs section, the A parcel of land on US-301 sold by Mr. and Mrs. Fred B.
old Lonzo Starling home place sold by First Federal Savingsand Tarlce to Mr. and Mrs. Ken- PLUS -
sold by Nettle R. Kirkland and Loan Association: of Stark neth E. Thompson of Starke
Marklee Starling to Everett. to Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Thomas for 3500. FLORIDA THEATRE t''IT IS A JOY!"
Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- of Lawley for 19766. A parcel of land on SR-21 '.-1......... _.....Y.-
lard Graham Lake Cltj;', for A lot in Lakeside Subdivision old by Dounble Eagle Inc. to
133000. sold by Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Sptnk Jr. STARKE FLA. PDHMRSMHI***..*..*nf tHAROLD
Monthly totals from the first Gaines to Mr. and Mrs. JoneA. of Jacksonville for 22000.
of the year are Jan $269- Christmas of Starke for A parcel of land on SR-18 PHONE 984-5451
800. Feb. $220.800 :March $20,000. old by Dounble Eagle Inc. to and
Mr. and Mrs J.C Spink: 111, '
of Jacksonville for 22000. Showtime W..kdey.7:00 Sunday 3:00 Sat. 1:00FRI.SAT.SUN. MAUDE
- - - A parcel of land In sec, 8- ftp[ ]) Cri..by brt.il.otot'' .,
7-20 sold by Mr. and Mrs. ,'' A P._. ,,,, ;.
Paul Archer to Mr. and Mrs ", :r:..
WeRepair Most Olan Polk of Brooker or$7,500. NOVEMBER 17"1819TriniiYs ,
A parcel of land In sec 8-
I 8-23 sold by George W. Wrightand DOUBLE FEATURE .
Edwin W. Peck to Metta -

usiness Machines L.000.A Baxter. -of Newberry for$18- back in .. Sunday tie.,. 19 Monday, 20 LSD SIEGLER

parcel of land on the Old the saddle "COME ONE COME ALL"
Lawtey Road sold by Mr. and
Mrs. H. Chandler to Mr. and again and PLUS-
TYPEWRITERS Mrs. Roscoe Bellamy of Starke ".ACID EATERS"
J: :: J for$8,000. still

14 acres In sec 29-7-21 sold horsingaround. Rated x'- 18 Vrs. Up PATCNTED-AUTOMATIC OIL
ADDING[ MACHINES J ( by Mr. and Mrs. Foster R.

Hayes to Herbert Easterly of ___ Admission $1.25 HOME HEATERSIt's -
CALCULATORS Indianapolis, Indiana for $20- Jovph L Lninr and Aim Lmtxnt Pmtit An kilo inf!,irlli.Film

000. "1 ui& Is ; 231: 'ZVa>lrse"
10 acres in Sec. 8-6-22 sold t the only home heater with Super Floor
CASH REGISTERS by Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. PnnubnDelue' COLOR a.M I..b..p 5.1.. My Neighbors
/ Heat! Pays for itself with the fuel It saves.
Morley to Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
I .' Built-in silent blower delivers the, heat at
Grams of Starke for 7500. r_ ,- .
REX ROTARY DUPLICATORS Two acres in sec 24-7-22 ,.:.-' floor level, prevents overheated ceilings. Dial
from Edna Studer to Mr. and :, ., ,fr.-;:' ,
-" ; own heating comfort too.Turn of dial
your a
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Mrs. Henry E. Spell of Hampton .... .
For An End To for 3000. ,...:..."i-,"'f;-....' regulates the oil to the burner and Injects
54 acres on $&-8231 sold by () -,' exact amount of air. Fuel-AIre Control stands
Business Machine Woes. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cone to guard in event of power failure. Turns oil
Mr. and Mrs. HN. Schroeder.Mr. .
and Mrs. D.C. Volrath and down when electricity goes off, and back up
Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Schroederof when electricity Is restored. Come in and see

CALL Miami for 35100. ,, this outstanding SIegler Oil'! Home Heater now.
Parcels of land In Indian HICKtJ '
SHADED C. TEIEKAPii Beach Sub. sold by Mr.and Mrs. "iaMI. ..- ,.:.-
and Mlcheal Mrs.W.Eric Mlranowlcy T. Fisher to Mr.of !: Denmark Furniture Co.

964-6305 Gainesville for $17,000.Lot "Sure you can quote me.nameworni.
434 W. PHONE 964.4321
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"'" sold by M.. and Mrs Frank A. U IVJiRBAL; P.d' : aMraWr,. W' ."I ffl ell Y'' "ttmrf ..I STARiL6( LdRIDA: ..
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Health Plan ...c-- --...". __-_-__-_...c=c- Plea Day Man Proves His Age, 62, Machinery Water Fails Win in KenyaIn When

the :African nation of
(From 1)) an has been negotiating with .With 50-Pound TombstoneOne
Page Jacksonville Department of dine the county commission board members also met on (From Pag 1)), Kenya American machinesare
County to work with the men- Safety representatives on exactly signs a contract with the Cityof the organization of the health being put to work in an

tally 111. Out-patient service : how much money then Jacksonville which Is acting planning council. assessed to of the most important before attempt to preserve 22,000
as administrator of the program ,J.T. Kirkland who headed Fines persons ord ,established your
be obtained at the Bradford an
can Health Department. county will receive to purchase The contract which environment study two Tear and their charges ares pieces of evidence you need 6th birthday and this is wild elephants and thousands
emergency ambulances train Bryan had In hand was given ago on Bradford County will James Lawrence Glsav. when you apply for social security what the social security office of other wild beasts whose
By 1973 It will be unlawfulto and pay personnel and upgrade to County Attorney Gene Shaw name a committee to work on Thomas Benjamin Wallace retirement benefits is will ask you for first. lives are threatened' bydroulI'ht.
jail an alcoholic.Drunk then the emergency room at Brad- for his evaluation. developing the health planning Frank Willie McKInnon, Da- proof of -.
your age.
will not be treated as criminal ford County Hospital Details of the monies Bradford council according to BCH! Administrator niel Roy Palmer Josephus But would you believe a But if this type of evidence In Teavo National Park,
but under the federal MyersAct Bryan learned last Thurs- will receive were workedout George Canova. Murry PIgott and Grady Douglas 50-pound tombstone? That's isn't available social with two short rainy seasons
must be treated as medi- In Commenting on the central Nettles each charged with security can accept other retention of
day the county will receive a meeting Bryan said and fined 938 what Robert Lee Terrell of per year the
cal patients which will be car- $93.146 In EMC 'fund.. Of with BCH Administrator George communications system Sher unlawful speed records, such as school records water is vital. The elephantsdo
ried out here through the com- that $23,223 will be spent on Canova, Bradford County Fire iff-Elect Dolph Reddish said all or three days In Jail. Macon Georgia. used toprove census records family their part by digging
prehensive mental health pro- used Chief Harry Green Sheriff- concerned appear to be his age
one new ambulance one groups Bible records insurance policies water holes for the animals'
tram. one from St. Johns County In- Elect Dolph Reddish, and John working toward, a ,central Chester :Ronald Wilds was Mr. Terrell didn't have a marriage certificates
Waters director for the city: fined $101 and two days In Jail birth certificate of the use. However the holes are
An outreach of the mental culdlng: $4.500 toupsrade emergency public safety system county ; or any and voting records.
Is the new Crisis room facilities at BCH, In Jacksonville. hospital and fire department plus eight extra days If the other usual records acceptedas too small and they dry up
health Center program established In Gaines plus $10,000( to use as the coun- If the county participates It' although nothing Is final yet. fine not payed tor unlawful evidence of age. So when Don't delay filing your quickly
ville with a phone number 431- ty sees fit as long as It Is utilized will be required to stay within Commissioner Bryan Is now In speed. Frank Lyle Pattersonwas he was told he would need claim though, because you As a part of its '"for' the
for the EMC system. budgeted amounts to make necessary the process of setting up a fined $101 or 10 days In some proof of his age he don't have evidence of your love of life" environmental
1005 anyone In Bradford County Another $69,920 package will financial reports and meeting with all officials: concerned Jail for unlawful speed brought his mother's tomb- age. The people in the social crusade Faberge, Inc, in cooperation -
be Bradford and tabbed to transfer the $18,000 : to come up with amethod
can call for assistance for a given per year will be gladto with Caterpillar
mental disturbance a suicide fori ambulance drivers. 32. now being paid DeWitt C. Jones of establishing such a central Leslie Travis Prevatt was stone to the social security security denier I "
attempt or a drug problem.The 500; uniforms $1,350 and salaries over the EMC program. .communications system. fined $28 or two days In Jail office. help you obtain this proof and its Kenya provided -'
crisis center Is located at 804 for hospital personnel In a second meeting at BCHa for violating his driver's license The tombstone showed the when you rome into the office two earth movers to dig

SW Second Ave.. Gainesville $36,100.The week ago the above group Honor Roll. restrictions. Fred Ernest year of his mother's death to apply. 50 "hnfirs" which are designed -
and Is open 24 hours per day county will receive these met with Milo Petska, director Dastnlng was charged with proving that Mr. Terrell to hold more water
seven days per week. The federal funds for the next 2 1/2 of the Jacksonville Health Improper change of lane or must have been at least 62 These man-made holes will be
number Is toll free from Brad- years. Bradford then must decide Planning Council, and began (From P.9.1)) course and fined $36 or three when he filed his 'claim. 20-feet deep with sloped side .
ford County. to pick up the tab for the plans to set up a health plan- days In jail. Randall Wayne This year'' nearly OJ million They will trap and hold water
EMC Itself discontinue ning council In Bradford County SENIORSAB Moody was charged! with having When the people in the work
Latest action on any of the program or people will in employment from far more land nnd thunprovide
three programs were two meet- the program. Such a group would oversee all students Brenda Bass, no tag and fined $26 or two social security office asked covered by social\ security animals with u'
ings held last Thursday night The county will also contribute three programs the EMC, the Martha Bucklev. Renee Carter. days in Jail. Alvaughn Ricardo Mr. Terrell why he didn't 1
Nov. 0, at the Bradford County $18,000 to the program: communications system as It Shirley Carter Marjorie Clayton Colden was charged with care- just, bring a photograph of much lonjror-lutttintf' water
Hospital. the funds It Is now paying De- affects the hospital and EMC, : Sue Contoes Debbie DyaX less driving and fined $26 or the tombstone; he replied: supply.NOTICE. .
Witt C. Jones to and mental health Kathy Faulkner Sharon Fay- three days In Jail. .
Bradford Is In line to receive provide ambulance program.As "I going to get picture wLr
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service for the county.In one hospital board mem- son, SandI Fogg. Henry Ford
$93,146 In federal funds as a In court but the person who was :
:Steve Futch Mary Francis Bond estreatures .
participant In the eight-county a report to the county ber puts it, the other three
EMC program according to commission Monday Nov. 6. programs being organized ,Goodge, Robin Grttfls, Gayle were Dennis Wendell Young going to take' it was out of

County Commissioner )Ralph Bryan said the EMC:: program without a local health plan- ,Hatcher. Anne Haynes, Daryl James Rudolph Wright Harris town so 1 just, dug up the <' ',:
Bryan Bradford's representative should be a reality here by nlig council is putting me cart Milliard, Karen Hutching Cindy James Faulk Eddie Lee Moss ,' MR. JAMES HICKS .
tombstone itself and broughtit
Mitchell Donna Nelson Jimmy Paul Allen Keen Leonard
on the EMC program.Bry- next March or April provi before the horse. Hospital ,
Outlaw, Cheryl Phillips Sharon Jr., Stephen William in." And '
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,.,., " #" #" ##" #" 'i. Reed Brenda Rosier, Novetha Gay Herman Spencer Dorlty, Of course most people
Ross, James Sewell, Debbie David Eugene Ward WarrenF. who apply for retirement MR. LARRY DEMPSEYAre
Toni Sandra Allison Edward
Spengler Stone. Petruccl
Tomllnson Vicky Gumer, Harmon Percey Mor- benefits or Medicare co'erage No Longer. Employed By
FOldSl don't have to resort to
Emily Williams Gerald Wilh ; Sherman Donaway
COOPER Hams Merry Williams Terri Doris Mlxson Rodgers each tombstones to prove their M.B.IK CARPETS
I Woods SandI Youngblood. B charged with unlawful speed
students Nancy Norton, David and Thomas Stone charged withno age.The best proof i is a birth Keystone Heights

Wager Ulyses Woods. cab card. certificate or baptismal, rec

Nursery And Landscape Company students JUNIORSAB Linda Allen, ESTAail MCUI9O4 1

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A-B studentsJames Ak-
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Outstanding Service.OUR setta Hagan. tuna 5" _ok.. $13995.i Tinnd Upfront pic.tound.. tub $18.2:95.. Tinted 20,000 picture voll, chaiii.tubaLiaMed $26995 $39995 1. ,1

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FULL, LINE OF Teresa A-B students-DeVore Lewis Cindy Cooper.Cissy t, MODERN STEREOS PORTABLESCASSETTE a.W5' .:" ,

David Lovelace Beverly Meng; n- 25HXmlnlcharaor ..1
Donna Page James Stalnaker. STEREO COMPONENT AC/DC op.ro.llon M
:; 'With 1..1I..ln lino co.d "
aEP. ..R' "' d'eW on elea 3DIMENSIONALSOUND $3995- '

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Lot Clearing Sprinkler Systems COMPONENT SYSTEM A"/1M'0' 8-TRACK PLAYER

Landscaping Professional Maintenance ? Od74yr .. Dud cover for r.e.rd.han0a. radio Ddue.M o 5'.... 'Indicator light ("'law) AC/DC Boat/Car operation adaptor I cord
A'C locki In PM .lotion.Walnut / $16995 o D.iu..o cart $19995. lullt-ln lino cord
Onlihed cabinet
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with any .
54Y ::::'iohng;, PORTABLE
t} $4995 : AM/FM OH O:
North ; i< w'1 TRANSISTOR o AC/DC ....,..Ion
2111 Temple Avenue "'" oAPCIocklin'
picture window may a :!:: RADIO, FM nation. $2995
bring* the outdoors into the Slvs PORTABLE (light)

living; room, but a group of CO STEREO TRACK
kids will do a better job." ::fLU: STEREO '"II Deluxe FIREPLACE STEREO

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han...".a..... ., ..4 W auto record chongw $27995 o uIH.In Una cord $8995
4 AFC .lock m FM Motion o lottonoi, Included.
Sale On Executive Or Lease Cars At
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Chrysler-Plymouth IvOR
-, RADIO AM. CLOCK. PM/AM/PM Staraa ladler
; ;< .. Stono IndicatorIIM I RADIOnt =--- with 4-band .;
y .'. : o Slldo-out 'lighted' bar $37995DELMONICO
AK lotkc In PM 0. _'ploy 1 w.._ 0 llUo-out locordChonaor
Italian null In onttxma
IISS Auto 4ipcodrocord .6....

FEATURING THE FURY UPSVINYL 2 DR ''HT $15995 o Twin.thangr paokorl $14" 3IC

4 DR HT I| 88 Lady Vanity MANNING-BOWMAN' I! 5 CU. FT.

FULL AIR 5".. CAN OPINU ass $10.95 DT IRON 0401 $7.95 CHEST FREEZER UrtOON

PUSH oUTTON UNDER oriM $17.98 ITIAMa.IAYIItON 06MI $12.95 a Aluminum" ,
C Thin wall Insulation

Lr $159
MPM $9.95 : ; 1
X oxu: $16.95 2 StlCI TOASTIR UST $13.95 IM ROIUKSKM ".

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We Still Have A Few 72'sln .. And Register For Hot Point ,Range ,/;;. ,!:;;\: "j'.jt:. :
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Stock At Very, Low Prices'S'S 'f", '-1;. ;',-t"--'>' ;} \ ,.. To Be Given Away December. 23 At 11130I;, : .',' ";

a,r, No Purchase Necettary ', '1 .

The" Exciting, AII, -. New ,Chrysler-: .., . 1904 .. .

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Planning Concept Election Circuit Court .. ( from Page l 1))

Pushed At Starke GroupFrom Protest. WM ordered on Ralph Knox with lion of a weapon by a state legal posseslon hallucinogenic
Yates, charged with prisoner. drug and Illegal delivery of
Intent to commit murder. Bill Stacy, charged with assault the> drug.
( Pan. n.. ;' I (From Page 1)) Persons that plead not guilty; upon an officer: by a state
? W pI I "Y and their charge are: Andrew prisoner. Johnny Thompson was charged -
Tarbox said. vise { / y contested local races In the Maxwell Allen charged with Lucian Blocker, charged with with receiving stolen property -
The State of Florida now has a county-wide mass transIt Primaries. assault by a state prisoner carrying a concealed firearm. and will be arraigned
a Division of State Planning Tarbox system also said Percentages tor the past four with a deadly weapon. Claude HUUard. charged with Friday.
In Its) Department of Administration of Starke the City election years are: Floyd Lagrew, John Paul assault with Intent to murder
Tarbox pointed out.The Section should be eligiblefor 1966: 1st Primary, 80.7 2nd Knowles. William Lee Taylor, and a separate charge: of aggravated -
a 701 grant from
state planning agency has been the U. S. Department of Housing Primary, 71.6; General ElectIon and Earl Tlce, each charged assault. PABCINATIND(
raised to division status, higher and Urban rp 62.7. with escape from state prison.Stanley Robert Lee Alexander charged -
than the bureau status It. HUD), which would Development be admin- 1968: lit Primary, 79.8; 2nd William Newman.Jr., with robbery; Leslie George 7"
Primary, charged with attempted escape Spates, with l /
did have, he said istered 55.1} General ElectIon charged aggra- .
the Florida
through Department
77.6. plead not guilty. vated assault and
The new state planning division of carrying a
Is charged with recom- Such apply; 1970: 1st Primary, 70.8; 2nd Andrew Maxwell Allen, Fred concealed firearm.
a grant would 2/3
mending district boundaries to PrImary 64.2; General Election Willie Sturgis and Rome Gilmore Mike Damttee and Alvin Underhill -
or of the funds
Cov. Reubln Askew. It Is his land to preparea 69.8. each charged with posse- both. charged with UBILL'S -

understanding, Tarbox said, of Starke use, Tarbox plan for said the Starke City jr 1972: 1st Primary, 79.1: 2nd ---------..--- J..----.--..-.__..__ ___a__ _____ _..._
Primary Ejection tI- v-v-- -
that he state will administer and Bradford County might also 76.6; General- -
73.8.B .
Its land
use powers to these quality for funds through the C.B. RADIO
regional new Rural Development Act;
The lines referredto Tarbox said."I'm .
are already drawn up but quite certain Starke Cliff Hazen HonoredBy & E's AND EQUIPMENT
have not yet been made pub would be eligible," he stated. Fair AssociationWhen 321 N. TempI. Ph.: 964-8346 or Ph. 964-8361
lic. Tarbox said. But It Is Alachua and Bradford Counties
his understanding,.Tarbox said!, both are basically rural (From Page 1)) PEARCE SIMPSON

that Bradford, Union and Ala- areas, Tarbox said. "Both will Bobcat 23 List Price $16995
chua Counties have been placedIn have an awful lot of growthIn The Bradford Fair Association Board Met. To day night Dr. Felos's office -
the same regional planningarea. the next 20 years" he feels. Begin Work On The 1973 County Fair Last Thursday On. was broken Into from the back .Sr w
Regional planning, Tarbox Of The First Things It Did Was Express Its Appreciation window and undetermined Items SPECIAL $155.95ALL
It was made clear to the now says, makes available a pool To Cliff Flaxen Right Cr.dited With Keeping Th. time were taken. This was the third 23 CHANNELS WITH s METER AMDRF GAIN METER'.
Starke planning board that It the Felos office has
experts provides Fair And
a consistent Fairgrounds On A Sound Financial Basls'A.
would be welcome to Ala- been broken Into
Join data basis from whichto Its Treasurer Since 1965. within the Plus Many Extras
chua County and the City of year.
promulgate land
a use plan.
GainesvUle In the North Central Dr. Curtis stressed that the Hoz.n The Starke Postmaster, Hat Taken Annual PUMAS Special Price $109.95ALL
Florida Regional Planning City of Starke should decide Leave Each Year To Work At The Fair. Never Rec.lve- City Patrolmen Mervin Jack-
Council of which Tarbox Is first If It wants to plan Its Ing A Penny, Entirely Donating His Time To The Fair son and Denton DeVos are still 23 CHANNELS
director. Tarbox said the me- future growth and land usage. Association. Presenting The Certificate Of Apprecl_ Investigating the robbery. Deputy JIM LAWSON
thod to Join would be to write Secondly, he said, citizens tlon Is FA President Arthur Gaskins. Hax.n Stepped Robert Green also assisted MAGNETIC SIGNSMADE
a letter to the planning agency Should decide "what kind of Down As Treasurer This Year But ll Still Chairman Of In the Investigation of the TO ORDER ON THE PREMISES LARGEST THE WORLD ISLANDIN
to No
asking Join. other "
pro- city you want. robbery.
The FA Finance Committee.nIng !
cedure has been set up he Nobody Is better qualified to What 1.4 the large Island in
said, since say what kind of city Starke .... he world Greenland holds thin
no one has locally when ---
previously was given - ---- -------------
asked to join.Presumably wants, than the people who live Planning Board Member Paul minutes, many more persons Honor The Island has u land
will live In Starke area of than
and com- more 83D.000
In the city and pay taxos, Cur-
Starke'a entry Canova mentioned that Starke mute to Gainesville for work, square miles. Thl.i makes
.Into the regional planning con- tis Bald Once the direction Is was already feeling the overflow It Is felt, WHY H.B.D. CARPETS ? Greenland; more thnn twice as
cept would also be enhanced decided, a professional plan- of residents moving from large! n.i the second biggest,
If Bradford County would Join ner (such as Tarbox) can give Gainesville and Jacksonville. -Decided to hold public Man I In |the \vrid.. which 18 i
the city the tools to accomplish Tarbox and Curtis agreed the a New Guliien. with nn area ofslightly
too.Alachua hearing to air six applications .
the goal.A BECAUSE muie than 316,0(10()
County got Into the four-Ianlng of the Waldo Road for mobile homes submitted .
land use study Is the first nqumv miles.In : '
regional planning business from from Waldo to Sperry-Rand
,necessity when It almost lost step in coming up with a land Corp. will greatly affect the before formed. the The hearing new board will was be Have A Inventory Of High fact I1IUllt of the Islands
They Large
$4 million In federal transpor- use map, Dr. Curtis told the Starke area. With the driving In mid-December. in I the 1.1',1'1" urn c'onslderiibi.v
tation funds because there was Starke planners. Put the pre- time tn Gainesville cut to 35 smaller thnn Greenland and

no cooperative: planning betweenthe sent usage on the map th _. ___ _.._.__ .... Quality Carpet Now GU ,wa. Must 'islands! haven
City of Gainesville and Ala- decide, by gathering data, wl,, I I--- -_-s-,.. --u-v-u-v-v-- --- ---A.A.- -- territory: of Icsx than 100.000
chua County, Dr. Curtis said. It grew that way, he said. square miles .In fact, there arc
Even "Decide what you are and Large Quantity Of Samples To Choose sump !lands: which are onlya
though there .
between the Gainesville was jealousy and where you've been," Dr. Cur- few fuel in sie.Yol

Alachua County governments, tis said. NOTICE From. I cnn't be an Island all to
a cooperative plan was workedout The basic premise Is land youryrlf We practice this the-
agreed upon, and Is now use, Dr. Curtis stressed re- Professional Installation Using 65 oz. ory every In effort our business.to be an We Integral make
In use, he said. Curtis also peatedly. The second Item Is THE BRADFORD COUNTY BOARDOF part of the community. We believe
pointed out that Gainesville's deciding where you want, to Padding in doing business at
land use plan must be certified PUBLIC INSTRUCTION home, nnd giving the best pos-
to federal agencies before go.Joint planning with Bradford Commence// Carpets InstallationA sible service to our customer.
the city or county: ; will be allocated County will be necessary to
federal funds for sewer, provide facilities to urgan residents MEETING IN SPECIAL SESSION WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ilable.OPEN
water, electric, or transportation just outside the city va .
needs. But since Curtis recall- THE REQUEST FOR THE
the Ala- limits, Dr. said WEEK DAYS 9:00 to 6:00
chua plan la certified the North Ing some of the difficulties USE OF BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM BY : :
Florida Regional Planning Alachua County and Gainesvillehad FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL 413.4006 sTa.Kt t0.ina
Council Is now receiving In learning to work to- THE NATIONAL STATES RIGHTS: PARTY.
100 Heights
funds from federal agencies to gether. 1 Mi. East of Traffic Light, Hwy. Keystone U.S. 301 NORTH

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!I=I During Se&tan football I ; $;1:0:0: :; oo : eras H 'IIJ' WILLIAMS STARKE'O\hMO 9JEWEll vs.' !EASTSIDE'bS uI .

I Everybody Eligible Except (Pleas Do Not Us. Markers) J:.:: tanlrrlta
in the blank with your guess and bring to our *torebefore . . . .
registration Baldwin ChevCarl .. e e e 10'-11
: blank 6 at p.m.our Friday store. proceeding game or gel : Telegraph Employee Hurst . .. . . . . . [TIRES

TELEGRAPII Cooper's Nursery . . . . . . V
x My Cash & Carry Tire . .. . . . sEagl.s' 412' E..Calf f St.. Phon. 9645800SSEGkR. II
: STARKE . EASTSIDE . BY 6:00: P.M. FRIDAYEnter . .. . .. . . . . F\ : .,TRl'CK' & FIRM. TIRES
: During Football Season, Stark Builders Supplies will Fin Federal . . . J.' . . . .'. :
A give 3 of the*. Re']. sis. footballs ach *_.k fREE. Contest NOW Florida Bank . . .'. . . . WHOLESALE PRICES
Z Be sure to fill in this blank or g.t blank o, Our IItor. Florida P... . . >,/I. . . . . Manufactured And Tested To Meet Our High Standard Of Z
and have it In our store by 6 p.m. Friday. ,In cos.. of tie, CONTEST RILES H. B. D. Carpet'. . . . ... . Quality .And Performance. While There Is No On. System :
first 3 with correct core or nearest cornet: eor will win.A O f Quality Standards Or G rading Used By All Mfg. You
Jackson . .. .. . .. . :
2 NAME . . . Each weekend football games 'lie games unless will marked be counted as' Manning! Hardware . .- .,. . . .... Can B. Sure That All

I ADDRESS-----> PHONE.. .. - will ad on be this-selected page. Indicate one In which each Games misses played before as Friday tie. N.w M.thod n .. . . . .'. .... ASTROSTAR TIRES ;
team you think will win and write night will be thrown out. Any 0 I.* Mobil I Home . . .. . .. . ARKOl'lLin;: {' IH'ILT(' :
i Stark iuildwrs Supplies game listed Incorrectly due to .
.. the the name advertiser's of the team name opposite in the error or Incorrect due to inStan's Boot.ry . . .. . . .... GEORGIA v*. AUBURN .
CHIEFLAND vt. entry blank--.NO SCORES,just correct Information will be Stark Appliance . ... . . .. .... _
thrown outA HUxfated
the winner. two time winner will be Stark. Builder . . .. . . .... fashions cal !
eliminated from participating S to,.L.. Ch y.I.r Ply.I . .|. .'.. . . . fDr updated drydeank
I The prizes will be awarded In The the decision remainder of the of Judges contest.is Terwlllegar Motor . . ... . . ........ [ polyvtler technique pant mil such lei r a,,.y this you, superb bought R a.rl kid. K i
each week on the basis of most final. William I Jewelry I . . .. . .. ..... Original., Would. you true II*' with lull any hind, ofdryc.enmgl
selected correctly. In f The brU rdt'a n la tallow' R &. K'i i
case of Ue, pick a number which All advertisers and employees Woodburn's G.m J.w.lr . . . . . LldvlcIruil. "H 'In the cttt uour !Sinilonr dry- a h
think will be the largest are eligible to win. Onlynumber Tie BREAKER f c'.anlnR' W.undprtund. the new tynlhetic' and/! ti .
Si i you of points scored by anyone Bradford County Telegraph em- In Co. of a tie the one gu..sing the closer to the most L I natural' fibers and '.b"..., And w. know how torettne :
team that Is listed In 'onployees are not eligible to enter mot point cored by any on. team" write this number [ jpprarjnn" your R..npnl'- 'In todjy\Lately 10'fashion their world.fresh likcnrw our- II !
test and write this number contest I in space below.I I I n the rJryclraning, prntt>M' that' kevpi up lo dale' ,
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The Sicetlttt Slraubcrrttf This SUt of /fa.". ,.

S care Tornadoes,

Williston Upsets But BHS Gets 22-7 Win ,

Powerful UnionWith John Flowers did it all for the Raid-

ers Friday night intercepting two Brad-

ford High passes and scoring on an 85- .

yard kickoff return before an upset mind-

44-16 Romp ed Orange Park team finally succumbed :

22-7 to the Tornado gridders.

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lost Bradford's Malachi Henry down the Orange Prak 46 a _
Lake Butler's Tlgors overall marK at 6-3 and conference annual battle with a big 68-8 on _
their grip on the Suwamee Con- record at 4-1. A tri- opening kickoff a Devell deep- proved to be more than an yard line.
ference championship last Friday umph next week against Chief- was a different story. equal counterpart, however On third down from the Balder __
when the games three TDa while 47 yard line, Gay again in
night In Williston land, who lost to Lake Butler "We tear people up once In scoring grinding -
Red Devils rolled 44-1. over earlier this season 39-6, would a willie,"- commented Kord- out more than ISO-yards took the pltchout around right
the undefeated Tigers. earn the Red Devils the con- gien. rushing. The ,senior tailback end for a seven yard gain
seventhIn also had two him- but Orange Park still Inch-
Lake Butler ranked ference title. Lake Butler now The Tigers opened the scor- Interceptions was
the AA state high school sports a 7-1 overall record ing with a blur. On the game's self, one setting up the go- es short of the first down mark
football poll held a slight 16- with a 4-1 conference record. opening kickoff, a Devil deep- ahead touchdown. and were forced to punt the
14 haiftime edge and then was "We put it to them"said Wil back fUmbled the ball at the Orange Park gave Bradfordfans ball away. a''
overwhelmed by the Red Dev- liston Assistant Coach Ernie II yard line and It was pickedup more than a mild scarelas Following a 38 yard punt, the +1
half Flowers tied the Tornadoes had the ball their + ; itx
ils' 30-polnt second per- Kordgien. "We worked hard and carried across the goal game up on
formance. and It down 7-7 with a second half kick- own 8-yard line. Two running
for them we ran by Alfred WaUdns.
"We had a chance to win. their throats." The Red Devils on the next off return. The Raiders then plays by Henry gained 15 yards
In the first half with 51 sec- series of plays, came back to for Bradford and a first downon ,.
onds left Dale Green Intercepted their own 23-yard line.
,. score on a one yard run by
the ball from Willison and STATISTICS Smith. Two plays later Henry broke

we had the ball and fumbledto LB W quarterback Tiger QB Dale Wesley Green put Lake through the Orange Park line
First Downs 11 21
them and they scored with
and picked up 26 yards before
Butler back 16-8
on top on
second left In the half Yds Rushing 147 378
one f being run out of bounds by Jimmy -
which put them close to us," Yds Passing 58 65 a seven yard run to open the > Gay. Staying on the ground, John loners| 42, Was The Biggest Thr.at Orange Park Had Against BHS Last Friday

said Head Lake Butler Football -. PC-PA-PI .5-12-1' 4-10-1 the second conversion period. Watkins caught from the Bradford offense moved the Night, But On This Play Was Caught By A Storm Of Tornadoes For Short Yardage.two .
Punta 2-35 2-23 pass
Coach Charlie Roberts. ball all the way down to the -
"Ball control was the kind ol .umb'l Lost 3 I Green. Raider 12 yard line where it against the Raiders saw of the night. its offense Into gear, as :j
game we thought we had to Yds Pen'! 40 65 Lorenzo's brother, Rudolph r w was third and seven. Orange Park lose two yards. The second play of the fourth first down Henry took aptichout
ended the first half
ploy against these folks, but scoring On the crucial fourth down Three running plays moved quarter, Malachi Henry pickedoff around left end for an 18-yard
we kept fumbling" says Ho- Score by Quarters: by catching: a 25 yard pass play, Hazen elected to go to the ball down to the 11 yard his first of two Interceptionsas gain. A 14-yard burst up the
berts. LB8 8 0 0 16 from Smith. air and found Malachi Henry on line where It was fourth and Vernon Barber put a hard middle by Wayne Testone and
"Our mistakes Just killedus Will. 8 .6 16 14-44 Next week Lake Butler travels the receiving end for an eight inches to go. Orange Park then rush on the Haider quarterback two Orange Park penalties including -
we stopped ourselves," ... to wlnless Baldwin. yard gain and a first down at elected to go for a field goal one long 15 yarder for
commented Roberts. Lake But- It was Lorenzo.llaynes'who the four. Two plays later Henry and the kick was wide, ending Starting from their own 28
ler punted the ball only one did most of the damage to the crossed over from two and M.. R ider'e last scoring threatHastingsiiomps vard line, Bradford finally out (Cont. To Page 14))

time during the ball game. Tigers' hopes of clinching the with Gary Melvin boot. Brad- -- ---
"They had a real fine running conference' crown puncturing ht Old ford had a 7-0 lead with 6:46:
attack with the best run- the LB defense for 664 yards remaining In the half. 47-
ner that we have faced all total offense.' Orange Park got Its big break *
year Lorenzo Haynes and one Haynes, older brother of near the end of the half as
of the best front lines we have teammate Rudolph Haynes Henry fumbled a pmton his own
.seen all year." says Roberts. scored one touchdown on a four 16 yard line and Bruce toddy
If Lake Butler beats Santa yard run to spark the Devils recovered for the Raiders on the
Fe In the last game of the second half blitz and >added BHS six yard line with nine By KeystonelndiansUnbeaten

year then they go to the staterreafgoodchance four two-point conversion runs. ** seconds showing on the clock. .
we have The evening' 14 point per- Two pitchouts gained only two
of going to formance leaves Haynes with 86 "Ile'n the 11pv'of t kid who yards for the visitors as the

state and I'm going to be real points scored 'for the season. KOCH to Hi'hiMtl. piliKt'it Ihv .half came to a close with Orange Hastings High Once again' highlighting the the Wildcats, Smith running for
disappointed If we don't makeIt The victory was a happy l tHlhpasly| ; test and milhintfflue. Park on Jie Tornado four yard School continued Its winning battle for the Indians was mid- 68 and seven yards, and Fen
," says Roberta.e one for, Kordgien. Last season :" ways last Friday night by beat- dle linebacker Todd Brannon derson scampering. four and
Th vlctorv outs Wllllston' It was Lake Butler who won the line.Orange Park tied the game up Ing the.vlsltInB Indians from who was In on an unbelleveable 54 yards. The Wildcats Joseph
7-7 as John Flowers hauled In Keystone Heights 478. 24 tackles, eight were unassisted. Warren made good on all five
the second half. kickoff on his Despite the score, many fans Larry Turknett interceptedtwo of his extra point attempt.,to
p 4 own 1$ yard line,.and sprinted wondered ,who really had won Wildcat passes to help halt complete Hastings scoring. _
Ranis Tough : Quick our ? up' the middle for.an 85-yard the' literally hard fought con- Hastings' air attack and Bill Keystone opened the game
. : ; touchdown return. test. Nearly 180 yards were Ratliff once again, displayedhis with an on-side kick but.was
XBHS l 4w Midway through the quarter assessed In penalties against darting ability; in a 42 yard unable to recover the ball before -
.' P Orange Park threatened once 'the two clubs. Molt 'of the TD run for Keystone's only an alert Hasting' linemanfell
Cain as Wayne Testone fumbleda yardage 'was the direct result score. Ratliff was also In on on the pigskin at the Has-
Scouts "Sick It, To 'Eml"Yells ; punt on his own 18 yard line of a few players beinga eight tackles from his defen- tings' 49.
Report BHS Cheerleader and Charlie Ford recovered for little over-aggressive, par- sive halfback post and made On the first play from scrim-
Vickie Turn., Exhort- the Raiders. Three straight ticularly In exchanging! elbows one Interception. mage Keystone got agood break
Ing. Her Tornadoes On penalties) one airatnit BHS and and. an occasional fist or two. Leading Hastings was fUll- when Hastings'quarterback Andrew -

"Eastside Is probably the to the scouting report. to BHS player. Against Orange Park back Greg Evans with threeTD's. Merkerson fumbled the
toughest football team we will The Eastside offense Is aggressive The Evans scored on a one- ball and the Indians Bobby Hur-
have faced this year" says and quick, the line explodes defense covers well on threatened twice moving inside yard plunge, and on two runs ner recovered on the Wildcat
running plays and fast ,
Head Bradford football Coach off enough of nine yards each. Kenny Smith 38. But four running plays could
ball together and the Bradford 20-yard line, before -
when the ball Is thrown to get Reds
David Hurse they will not quit. They will to It, according to the reports. Henry finally scored the Baby and Ronnie Fenderson scored' net only six yards, and the
the remainlrar four 11) for for their
"They are aggressive and hit at Wildcats took over
you every opportunityand Eaatside's defense Is 11 quick 1 for the Torna
very quick and they've had five will stuff the ball down your football players the quickest does 1early In the fourth quar- second possession of the game.
shut outs this year"commented throat warn the BItS scouts. doubt to On tile first play Kenny Smith
that BHS will have played) and ter. Henry left no as
Hurse. "They have pride" the scouts It hits and hits hard for four the outcome of the game, as Henry on a quick opener streaked 68
"They remind me a lot of say a high compliment In football quarters of football accordinghe he scored Just four minutes Edge yards for the game's first TD..
the small teams we've had In Jargon. later on a two-yard plunge. A Merkerson pass was Incomplete -
the past with 165 pound tackles With the exception of the I long for the PAT. With the
and 145 pound guards," says kickoff return the Bradford defense Keeps game less than four minute
Hurse. kept. the. Raiders potent gone Hastings was out in front

Offensively Eastalde use a Baacock Kitchen'sShowdown wishbone offense In check mostof By'Eastsideby 60.Ratliff
wing-T and will run, a slot the night. Orange Park had Scoring returned Hastings
and pro set.> They are predominately only three runs of more than kickoff and brought It out to
a running football SlatedIn 10 yards as the Tornadoes held the Indians 26 yard line. An

team. them to only 83 yard total Bradford High's Junior varsity the BHS defense. Branford's Lee, Hatch andBradford's offsides penalty; against Has- i
Leonard Young Is supposedto offense. gridders ended their sea- A short run gave Eastside Malachi Henry each tine made It first down and
be an outstanding runner for Men's Orange Park could complete son last Thursday night in a first down at the BHS 22 scored three touchdowns last only five, but a Hunter pass
Eastside,.scoring 16 touchdownsthis Flag PlayBadcock's only two of ten passes In the Starke with a 5-2-1 season record yard line, then a pass took the Friday night to keep pave among was Intercepted by'a Wildcatand i
year. game for a total gain of seven after defeating Eastside ball for the rest of the Journeyfor area point makers with Hatch returned to the Indiana
"They have a sprint out pastIng Furniture and Kit- had a hand In 32 of his tough Tornado 13-12 In the closest game of a Ram score with 6:57 in first with 124 points and Henry 29.
attack and are"a well disciplined chen's Tile remain one-two In team's 34'' points. Elder ran secondarypicked off two aerIals the year for the Baby Reds. left In the first half. East- second with 116. On the second running play
ball. club accordingto Men's Hag Football as both and came close on numerous BHS played Eastslde earlierin side attempted a two point co- Three other Bradford grid hv the Wildcat tenth tenm ben-
Hurse. racked up victories Wed., Nov. for one TD and one extra point. occasions. the year and won 12-6 In a version but failed with a pass ders entered into the top area ches emptied for the rame'stlrst 4
"We will have to be at our The other touchdowns came on fight. With temporary
8. Though only able to score tough duel In Starke. Incompletion. scorers. Wayne Teston with
best ,to win the game" said The league has come down to Elder passes to Harry Hatcher one touchdown behind a grueling Easislde received the ball BBS received the ball at Its 26, and Terry Hayes and Gary peace restored, the Wildcat's
Hurse. the final game and Badcock's ((3): and Randy Joyner. Mark ground attack the Torna- on the kick off and a hot BHS own 40 yard line and progressed Melvin each with 24 points. Greg Evans carried on runs
If BITS bests Eastside. Its loss of only one season game Muter scored safety does were able to control the defense held the Rams to five to the 37 of East- Because Hatch and Henry did of 15, two and one yards to

chances of going to state remain finds Itself sitting In.the driv: KITCHENS TILE 40 ball much of the first half. yards, forcing them to punt side after a substalned drive what they've done since football set the \Wildcat's second score-
alive providing Palatka er's seat while Kitchens Tile's DRAW TITS 12 While having one turnover to BHS early In the first quar- But three penalties against BHS season begaln nine weeks ago, Ronnie Fenderson's four yard
South beats St. Augustine. loss of two games finds Itself Bradford had the ball on 36 ter. The Tornadoes put the ball took the ball back to the 25 they remained No. I and No.: 2 TD run. Another Merkerson
The Rams have two quarter- In the position of playing a Kitchens Tile had no difficulty plays compared to only 15 for at their own 11 yard line after yard line of BHS. respectively, among the area pass fell Incomplete for the .
backs. Poncho Sullivan Is the "must win" defeating Draw Tite 40-12. the Raiders. a fine boot from the Rams. Then Gaskins was back to pass scoring leaders. PAT.
best passer and Charles Mc- These two game.teams have on Kitchens led 21-6 at haiftime Bradford wound up the night BHS quarterback Mike Gas- and slipped down for a loss of Chlefland's Lo Davis and Another Intercepted pass gave
Leod the best runner with excellent game remaining to be played and outscored their opponents with 251 yards on the groundand kina first gave the ball to Tom- 12 yards to the 17 yard line Hawthrone's Everette Brown the ball back to the Wildcatstwo
speed according to the and their opponent If each other 19-6 In the second half another 43 through the air. my Reddish who moved the ball with a second down. each scored three touchdownsand minutes later. However
BItS scouting report. Due to the fact that In two pre- Willie Griggs quarterbacked As usual running back Malachi to the 15 yard line making It BUS was forced to punt and P. K. Yonge's Gary Scott''' this time the Indian defense,
Fullback Leonard Young, 185 vious meetings Badcock has the winners-fn the first half Henry was the workhorsefor second down. the Rams got the ball at the and Bronson's Billy Mayo led by Brannon, Bobby Gray-
pounds. Is big and strong and taken both, Kitchens is very and threw TD passes to Gene the Tornadoes with 29 carries Play up the middle and pitchouts 40 yard line and kept the ball tallied four times a piece last son, and Steve Byrd were able
very fast according to the definitely the underdog.A Melvin and Jimmy Alvarez and for 187 yards. helped move BUS to the until the half ended with BHS week. to contain the Wildcat offense
scouts. Lar- yards.PLAYBYPLAY of Eastside Then In front 76. and force them to punt.
win Wednesday Nov. 15 passed for extra points to 14 yard line
Linebackers Charles Chap- will give Badcock the League ry Mercer Steve Thomas and took opening! kick Reddish took the ball on an BHS got the ball for the second The area's top polatni... A clipping\ penalty; made It
pell, 180, and Walter Booth. title while win by Kitchens Melvin. Melvin also scored a off and after a 15 yard return end sweep for 14 yards to the half and on first down tough for the Indians to pickup
145 are good hitters''and fast a PI l.yr f Malachi Henry the Torna- of Reddish the ball five
will force a playoft.RESULTSVEDNESDAY. TD on a pass interception.In by goal line for the first score ran yards' L.. Mnch..ral.rd\ ...... .,..
Chappell Is a great linebacker does set up shop on their own the game, putting\ i BHS in front to the 39 of BHS. Mat, H.nry, .11,.. ., .. ." II* 25 at their own 29, Sheffield
has good pursuit, a good second half play, Harvey 27-yard line. Behind the strong 6-0 with 56 seconds left In the A penalty; on second down put L.......' Y.""......l.'U.'!id< .. .. made 10 yards on a sweep made
L o vii.' cni n < MH
hitter and plays across the NOV. 8 Smith was the man-under-cen- running of Henry and Wayne first quarter. the ball on the 44 yard line .r.c. Jmftm,, .rMlferd.. ... 71Jimmy one more yard on an off tackle
face of blockers very well, ter and Smith fired three TD Testone, the Tornadoes moved The extra point kick attempted when offsides was called Ilrle.'_. Inttrtachtfl. M play but an Indian fumble on
according to.BHS. scouts. BJ'his JEWELRY 34 passes to Randall McGee Larry -' the ball down to the Raider by Reddish was good and the against the Rams. On the next Dwarn..* H.icn A" iwtMrtf. sac. p.NCN.I. .. ..... ti, third down turned the ball back
side plays Booth with excellent Mercer and Steve Thomas, ( 25 yard line where It was third score was 7-0 BHS. play the same call was made C_.. Unmm. LMM Suitor. .. ...MCMII over to the Wildcats.In six plays
speed. and a conversion pass to Mel- down and four to go. After the kick by Allen Norton : against BHS putting the ball in 0_rMMIMI.. .(,*! *.a mmnmm<.IM .lll> .. II M the Wildcats picked up three
Left defensive halfback John Badcock's built up a 26-13 vin.For Quarterback Eddie Hazen then Eastside held the ball on the original position. Charlie Brawn .......,,11. ., 14 first downs and were on they
Edwards, 165 points playS real half time lead and although' Draw Tlte, Tom Russellto threw the first pas of the a short drive from its 27 to Two Incomplete passes L.rvI..N Omit LOT,.Crau Mmvllki Clly/ .. MOn M Indians one yard line where
tight, and like to tackle. He outscored In the second half Charlie McKInney passes night which was complete to mid-field where a Ram pass brought up a fourth down and parr Tr.nl.n ......... 'M Evans scored his TD on a one
Is aggressive good on pass accounted for their 12 polnta.Men's Testone for a four yard Randall Hud BHS forced to DoNe Sc.... LM ..Mr .,. MPMtum yard plunge. Joseph Warren'skick 9
21-13, Badcock managed a five- Wayne was Intercepted by was ",'II.r. lfwtwlllt, ... ..... 44WlHI
coverage and Is probably the point victory 3934. gainer and a first down on the son and BitS took over at It's Whim the Rams rot the ball ,* Ilk*. 'IMWKclMi' .. Mirrw for the PAT was good.
best man In the secondary for Marcus Rhoden, one again, Orange Park 21 yard line. Thevisitor' own 13 yard line.Eastside' at their own 46 yard line ...I.,.. ftofliM W..,UM... ,KmtaiM L... .utler.Hsi.Ml .,,....MKati .. A little better than seven min-
Eastside. according to, the paced his team to victory. The defensive line then defense put on a they attempted a pass and BHS mm. uy* .. Mcl."MI utes remained In the second
scouting. report. Eastside former Mississippi Slate. star Volleyball came to life and two carries by showing holding the BItS had the ball on the 45 yard line sill, ",.,..Ift.J_11._._. eraa4 MtUllrt.. ...N/{ quarter with the score 19-0.
The offensive line for Is something ,else to see on Henry netted only three yards offense to only four yards before of the Rams. AlfrM/ tlMNl, .4,54,414 Larry Turknett made a finekickoff
Is extrememly quick, according the flag football field. In this OfferedThe against the determined Orange having to punt to East- Three downs with runs up the Jw.my" TIto a._, I.N....'_LMM.1111 wtr......... ... N M return from the 28 to
to BItS scouting re- game Rhoden ran for four League Park defense. On third and side. The Rams took over at middle moved the ball down to CMrlt r.Mf. .',toMVairy 'ue'10 ..............N the 48 yard line of Hasting to
ports. It consists of right Scott end touchdown, one conversion fourth down Ruin went to the their own 45 yard line and attempted the 40 yard line when on thrld ".'.N4"r NIMH..,..TrMwWtyiM ..,... -...... ..... ..,.... .N put the Indians In good field
Al Townsend, left and then threw two TD passes air but both passes were short a pass but It fell 1mcomplets. down Reddish took the ball four YIwa.N -Y.. L.. .4,149 ......... NMir. position. A reverse with Sheffield !
Pendly. the best blocking end; two conversion passes to Recreation Department fo their mark. yards to the 36. This wu not M.1N.. ..... h ..-.N carrying picked up six
tallloM, .........
tackles Dale Russell, and David directly account for all 39 will offer a program of Volley- Taking over on their own 18 On second down a Ram run- enough for the first down and -... T M, _IMHM_. .. ... !''f.N yards. With second and four
Whittle guards Mike De- line two running plays MUM K.,.. SMI. ., ........., from the 42. Ratliff
points. Greg Nichols and MOD ,ball for Men this Winter.; yard up ner broke lose up the middle BHS went for the one yard.They M went over
Charles and Wne. f, K. .. .
Bose and Murray, ale Thomas were on ,the receiving the middle gained OP only two for a gain of 14 yard putting were stopped hard for no gain DOTMV WMM., I InMrUchM"::::::: : .: left tackle behind some great
center Joe DeBose. end of the TD passeswhile Sessions will be held on Wed- yards to bring up a third and Eastside In BHS territory at when James Aldridge ran the "MM" HOMI. ...,. p ... .. ..". .;.s blocking and outran the Wild
The Eastside .team 1* real Mike Norman and Bill nesday nights beginning Nov. long situation. Jimmy Gay then the 31 yard line with a first hull uo the middle. K L ky cry Tumuli.L M. >N=-.. /M J..liH... .......M M cat secondary for Keystone'sscore.
quick off the ball, can get outside Adams caught for 22. 7:30: pan lathe Old Armory took a pitchout from Raider down. Then a Ram pass took Four plays later Eastside n_ Twwy N_ "_ _"........ .....NCM The kick for the PAT
on sweeps, stay with blocks points. passes extra quarterback Robert Hawkins on the ball down to the 24 yard the ball at the BHS 31 yard line D NN4. N.. .... _........ ........ failed.
well and throw flood passes Dwight Elder for Gem Jewelry ft enough Interest la shown' an option and rounded right end line with a seven yard gain. eery elw.b.e. M1414,1un:::: :.y.Il: IS
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when they. pass, had a good night also as a league will formed. for a 26 yard gain and a Second down runs were stopped .. ..
the scouts In their summary
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'Disappointing' In OP Game Special Christmas Shopping Edition

December 7

Bradford High's football "Our Immediate feelings
coaching staff seemed to be attar the ball frame are going to have to aide this Friday, night.** warns
disappointed by the performance war that we war a much better game) on Redding. _
with the ". line to boat Eastt .-
I of the game against Orange perfonn
Park last Friday night players," said Hastings Romps
In vid Hura. '"
Starke when the Tornadoes '
lipped, 227 by the Balden. The win over (
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eat Two 15-yard penalties.against Sale
Keystone aided Hastings In Its Gulf Fall Tire
next scoring drive which came
I less than two minutes after
Keystone's TD. Evans scoring
again for Hastings on a nine
yard run with 4:39 remaining
on the clock In the second quar
ter. Warren kicked the PAT.
Although each team had the R/B
I' ball two more times before
half time. each Interceptedthe
other on all four occas
ions. At halftime the score Tuboleas-KayonCord
'was 266. A 0 A Body-Rayon Cord
Keystone opened the second Bella-LoIId......iON -
half by driving out two first Reversible Single" White
i downs, their first of the eve- *
-I---- n ning. But another fumble gave I SIT OP 4 'Black lldew.llaSUGGESTED
the ball back to the Wildcats
on the Hastings 39. In nine .6
Tackle Randy Catkins Lead The Way For i plays, Hastings was on die
--hi Henry Cain Against Orange Pork. I Scoreboard again. Smith log
ging the ball the final seven
Woyno Totton Mil' yards for the TD. On the drive a' SIZE SALE PRICE F.ET.

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1 irnadoes only four carries. Warren was \ MINI
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D nun OP t Orange Pork. In the third quarter. Keystone .
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now own identical sessions will begin and drove to the Hastings 18, '
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A clipping penalty, however, ed out last Tuesday, Armory Except for some more elbows S'll' SUOCESTED 8.l. Prior.. ,IT".....T-e.r..s..en.ne.-,ikl,. amer.wnu"e/.UN.N1' : .
and few fists
nullified the play and on four er of the forms may be a swinging HU
down the Raiders were forced other. If neither from the Pratt Street on the next Hastings drive the 1 ', MINI nra1.M7ais. '1... n cute.prlfr"' TITS14 .
play-off will be game was over. Keystone regained *' $36' 1,01
to punt the ball away. Center or the lIe- '
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Following a 32 yard punt Hastings but were forced to a r.I' I"UO.I. $44" sees xa clays .....
the Tornadoes took over on the "Ul.TS wlm:>,,::,>! punt in three plays settingup onTO.u!"1 1. .", .I.uoT.! 07011N7 H7V.14 ..g..AI" UJ
Raider 45 yard line. Three 8 Certificates are re the game's last TD with P. NnTa:. '$510" oa: .-1S teaanra
plays later Malachi Henry KI C for proof of age and only three seconds left. In the ""10.S s zoT, i "J7SI4J74H ."971' ties,1.01iii70.111
shook off a would be tackler in ,'\l'II': >HEWS{ : be turned in along with game. Evans scored his third -: '- -? f L7S-1S '-iiI 1 "I.L1I10111 .
the back field and galloped a- All the scoring by form. TD from nine yards out War- r s5 7 ai.H i -reseed l mi Gulf nr4erxroJ. .1'U.
round left end. Breaking four came in the first ren made It 5 of 5 for the ...,*d on Oulf'i. .UM ......d rrhAl. "trnar_In, Prtrr.re1NI .
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make 20-7.. the, board with, -d. gunning'' for thetf fifth wtn"of" .
on .. .,
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too? irr ;;: >, '''r g > at '* ."1 'If"
run and the Pee' Department Is offer the-.-season against four losses ,\ 'I" .i : .
On the extra point attempt, at 6-all. program for boys ages Friday night when they playat
the snap from center was long 'Suggattad' tracM-ln lala price at' participating dealera.'
Andy Crlffls gave beginning :.Nov. 27, that home against :Mayo High
and Eddie Ilazen the
picked up 6 lead with a Tl). a variety; of acti- School.
football and fired broken 1972"W
a play yards. !Harry that the boys will enjo)'. Although It won't determinethe I
to Testone
pass Wayne for two In when he broke Suwannee River! Conference
points.As yards to tie the > In the program will championship/the Indians want: Think of!us as a

the final second in the all.COMMUNITY. of basketball, volley- to close on a winning note. /
game ticked off. Orange Park and a new game for our and have a winning season of Tire Store
tried one last desperation pass BVCK: Ilocke)'. All the activi 541. 4 : nGulf
but Malachi Henry found himself FIRST I-T.UIiHAI.,: be held In die Old ..,. ',. ,.' ......eo--u..
on the receiving end thus Community Bank Sessions will be held First Downs tai 1 II "e ,
ending the game as the crowd portant one as they :Monday and Wednesday, Totals Yds 14 tS
spilled onto the field. 6 over First. Federal.1be : 5:30: p.m. Yds Rushing 92 79 349 354 _
bank team ids
13 5
forms be
a 13-0 lead at the Passes VC/I
up at the Pratt Street 2/11/3 1/7/3
half and then .
rumVl lx st >
STATISTICS win. I Monday-Friday, 3-5 > 2 7D
Kenneth or Saturday, 1:30 -. 5:30: !Punts: 3/26.0 1/21.0
IIIIS OP Penalties 74 100
bank's first score L.
First Downs 18 6
same time stopped
Yds Hushing 251 76
First Federal when
Passing 43 7
PC-PA-P1 5-12-2 2-10-2 cepted a pass In
and raced the length
Fumbles Lost 2 0
Penalltles 3S 87 66 yards for the .
Punts 1-35 3-32 Kary Padgett put ;
Bonk in front 12-0
run. Etheridge PLUS = TOTAL COMFORT
the conversion for a nr rs ) SYSTEM

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boards when Kenny
t. have a chance for succriiIn
ed to Mark Dixon,
business but also an equal vering 30 yards and We Guarantee You
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Branding Iron Wins Football ContestPamela

Bantam Football Title
w t.ri Rayburn, using her miss, and Army over Syracuse..
woman's Intuition and a lot Jesse Walker, who also missed
of luck, won the eighth week of three games, went with Har-
The Telegraph's Football Con- vard over Princeton, a miss,

I In a very Mg game 9forrand six pointer via a 40 yard run. Koch Drugs went into the week Wade Winkler regained the test for Cash. and Yale over Pennsylvania,
teams Thursday,Nov. The other two touchdowns wen with a share of first place, lead for Branding Iron, scoring "I don't know which gamesare a miss. 271 contestants took
' ing Iron whipped Koch Drugs recorded by a 20 yard Lundy but split a pair of games and from four yards out and B! to be upsets" says Pam, Yale over Penn, 287 Harvardover
25-13, to claim the 1972 Championship run, and a 50 yard run by dropped to second place.Koch's had a 13-12 lead which held up one of two football fans to miss Princeton, two upsets.

of the Bantam Football. Doug Reddish. Timmy Bryan record Is 6-4, while Branding for their sixth win against three I .... -
League. scored an extra point on a pass Iron II 7.3.Canner losses w r '.1.FIRM LIST JUG THE WINNERS HERE
Going into the-game, Koch's from Reddish and l.uNb'ranfor f) .
Ploas Do Not Use Morkort) '
ct =
trailed the Insurance .
league leaders by one point. also split KOCH DRUGS i 20
one full game so consequently CONNER INS. 18 Baldwin Chov. A&Q.... O--. . .)" .
the chips were down Koch's iti QCUlCooper's
Carl Hurst > .
had to win to stay alive. A Koch Koch Drugs kept pace with } te.Q.-'c.
win would have put the two Branding Iron by downing Con- Nursery Q')f Vi

teams in a tie for first place ner Insurance 20-18 in a very Co.h & Carry bra .JSQn JO,. R:..GEogUs -*. .'J(.
and would have opened up several hard fought contest that ..awKoch's .S i -
. -- I
possibilities, all favor- F ; '
forced > '
to overcome an ; >
ing Kochs. 18-7 deficit ry ryL41I13 First Federal .,@i .Q .':":".
As it turned out, BI took the 'lf": "
game and with It the league Conner Insurance Is withouta Florida Bank . . .k .

title and Kochs now finds Itself doubt the most Improvedteam Florida Peal J: Cr.\Q. . X.
and I
battling for the runner- in the league thev Q .
went Into the game with .a H. B. D. Carpets o..h 'm\.C\-. k.
; spot as Koch and Conner three game winning streak. At 01 ".hC7 C
identical Jackson Builder* .i' a X.
insurance now own
the conclusion of the first half lrC
6-5 records and share second of play, It looked very muchas I Manning Hardware . K .

place.It is. hard to believe wSM If Conner would win its New Method .H 1 K-. XCC"\ . .
rather fourth consecutive game. : : xX
but Koch led this ball game Conner received the opening I Olin's Mobile Horn., .. I

6-0 after the completion of the kickoff and on the first play Stan's Bootory . .;. .
first half. This meant that 't''d
from scrimmage Billy Lundy 11f.Y.,1.01 .! ;(
Branding Iron unable to dissect Appliance .' '
broke one for 55 yards and a
the plane of Koch's goal 6-0 lead. Stark Builders . ;:-,
at all In the first half, turned ; .J!
things around In the second Following the ensuing kick- Stark ChrysUr Ply. .q. C.-FW. I

half and scored 25 big points. off, Koch's was unable to move Terwillegart Motors C1.41) .,;:>.}.Q.jAK: ; .
The combination of Greg the ball and Conner was in business .
Williams : . .
Jewelry '. '
Mike KIt-
Williams to
passing again.A40-yard drive cul- r r. .
for Koch's six s:\.J..ry)<:.!I-l0# r.._. .
chens accounted minated in a six pointer when i, r. ,avi. Woodburn's Gem Jewelry .
point first half. Lundy pass to Charles Col- TIE BREAKER
Wade Winkler, who had an exceptionally bert and Conner quickly was n In Case of a tie the one guessing the closer to the most

good day In this enjoying a 12-0 lead. most points scored by anyone team write this numberin
game, evened the scored at six- nA Koch's narrowed the marginto .: rt r:.
all when he went in from five 12-7 after Dinky Kilby and space below 5etI
yards out. This TD was setup Mike Kitchens combined fora I THINK.. .....POINTS WILL BE THE
Phil This seven point buck was killed in Camp Blending
by a Stu Rayburn to 1972 Bantam Football Champions, The Branding Iron touchdown pass, and Kilby Game Reserve about 8:30: Saturday by MOST j.SCORED B ._ANY TEAM LISTED.
lip Hall pass play of 35 yards. morning Larry
Restaurant Are ) St.v. Grifff Dennis then passed to John Vallnskl k CtiU .
Branding Iron took a 12-6 lead : Knooling ((1-r for the As Oglosby. Nome ,
on the second TD by Winkler. Bennett, Leonard Johnson, Phillip Hall, Paul Cortor, Branding extra Iron point.- Builders in contest the- Phone HO:. 3S H. .:.. cu.'X\S} SfAddre.

Wade then ran for the conver- and David Patrick. this point after touchdown ; i.i' G1).6: a . . . . .
sion and a 13-6 lead. proved to be the decisive
Koch's then proceeded to knot Standing Harold Waters, Rowland Gumming, Wad Just before the end of point.the 2,951lIunters Slay 117 Deer Ci!: > 1. r . . . . . .1
the score at 13-all with Williams Winkler Stu Martin Russell and Todd Hicks. ,
Rayburn, half, Lundy scored his second
passing to Toger Mltzel Not Shown AI Chapman and Augi. Fox. touchdown of the game, this In First Day At Camp BlandingA
for the 12th point and Williams one on a 40( yard run and as only three of the 20 games If upsets are classed as
running for the tying 13th point. the half ended, Conner had an listed. Since 59 Is closer to games which more contestants
Following the kickoff, Wink- Jeffrey Norman threw three a pair of games, remaining In 18-7 lead. total of 2,951 hunters porter and 16-year-old son of 48 (Pennsylvania 48-30 over missed that got right, four
ler scored one on an yard run, touchdown passes in a losing third place with five wins and Koch's in the second half checked into the Camp Bland- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Yale) the 62 points listed by other games were also upsets:
his third TD of the game and cause. Kevin Tillman scored on five losses.Starke Builders lost played a very much different Ing Wildlife Management Area Starke, was also one of the Jesse Walker of Starke as tiebreaker Georgia over Florida, Mary
Branding Iron had a 19-13 lead. a 25 yard pass, Randy Corbin on both games, by a single pointto game than did they in the first during the first two days of successful 117 hunters Bland- Pam won the contest. land over Clemson, PI<. Yonge
An Intercepted pass set up one of 50 yards, and Bobby Branding Iron and now hasa half. After receiving the kick- hunting season Nov. 11-12, reporting ing last Saturday, bagging his The 16-year-old daughter of over Ilawthorne,' and Texas
Branding Iron's final score, Smith one of 20 yards. Norman record of only two wins off, Koch proceeded to march a kill of 117 deer. first deer, a seven point buck.Oglesby's Starke Recreation Director ASM over Southern Methodist.
a Winkler pass to Rowland threw to Tillman and Corbin against eight losses. 61 yards for a touchdown, the Other game taken in Bland- kill Involved a cer- Gene Rayburn "squealed just Miss I Kayburn! Is a halfbackon
Cummings for a 25-13 victory.In for two extra points.In final 10 yards coming on a ing on Saturday and Sunday tain amount of luck as do most like a girl does" when her the'current Junior girls'football
the second game of the Only two games remain on Kilby to Roger Mltzel pass. included: 14 hogs 8 quail, 209 deer kills. He was checking out father told her she won the team now practicing
day, Conner Insurance came November 2-3 Bantam the schedule for all four teams Kilby successfully convertedand cat squirrel, 10 fox squirrel, the cause of one of his dog'sbarking contest. "I never thought I'd for a game with the sophomore
from a nine point deficit to defeat Football action, the Branding and the Branding Iron has onlyto Koch's then trailed 14-18. and 15 rabbits. when the buck bolted win this thing," Pam said, as girls and Is a first basemanon
Starke Builders 19-9 and Iron Restaurant won both scheduled win those two games to Mitchell Brown and his son, when he approached. The deer she accepted the $100 cash Blalock's Softball team. She
move Into a tie for second games and moved back claim the championship. However After Conner was unable to Johnny, of Lawtey, reportedthe ran almost at Oglesby and the prize from Telegraph Itepor- Is a member of the I-utureBus
place. Into sole possession of first that will be no easy task sustained Its next series of first and largest deer killedon 16-year-old BUS junior respon- ter Larry Oglesby. iness Leaders of America and
Starke Builders played Its place. since the league leaders must downs, !Koch's began another the North' Range Saturday ded with three shots In theanimal's Pam, a junior at Bradford the Junior CIvlnettcs. Pam also

best game to date, or rather meet Koch's and Conner in- drive from Its own 25 yard This buck, weighed. .out. a. 125, "I head. I High;"has It over all the men works In the Recreation
half surance.In pounds. wasn't very-surprised. this 'week.,She missed on the Department office
game. Branding Iron took a 7-0 lead line and 10 plays later, Greg "
In first half they,moved team statistics Koch's is was there for'business, Larry ,- of the week.'Willis-' She is also a better
the midway of the first half when Williams scored his 11th touch. Larry Oglesby,Telegraph re- big upset gueas-
the ball well and completely Stu Rayburn fired an 18 yard still the most productive team down of the season and his most' said ." ton's 44-16 win over highly favored er than her father, who missed
stymied Conner's offense.'' strike to Leonard Johnson. having put 142 points on the Important one and Koch's went Lake Butler. But that was seven games in last week's
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Builders halftime lead of 7- Wade Winkler then passed to has scored 121, out in front 2018. the upset of the week, with contest
0 came on a Jeffrey Jockel to Rowland: Cummings for the point BI 112, and Builders 110. Koch's In the second half, Conner 372 of the 400 entries pickIng Now' come on, feU,. Just
Kevin Tillman pass that covered also has the stingiest defenseof was able to move the ball with THANKSWE Lake Butler. because a sweet young thing
30 yards. Jockel then the league having allowed 94 some success, until reachingthe Pam also took Southern Me- beat you out this week. .
passed to Jeffrey Normanfor points. BI has given up 103, opponents 20 yard line.COMer' thodist over Texas A&M, a Maybe you can talk her Into

the conversion.In KH Girls Conner 109 and Builders 179. final drive, with 30 THE PEOPLE OF GRAHAM, FLA. WISH TO w ... going Dutch Treat
the second half of play, seconds in the -
remaining ,
I Builders punted to Conner and Individual scoring leader I.Koch's Is was stopped at Koch's 10 game yard THANK ALL WHO GAVE US THEIR SUPPORT IN
Greg Williams with 12 t 'Il L-
Corbin downed Billy
Randy Edged By TDs and three extra points fora line when Greg Williams:cked FOR A
Lundy in his own end zone fora off a pass and that spelled defeat OUR EFFORT TO RAISE FUNDS I
'and Builders had a 9- total of 75 points. Wade
Cedar Winkler of BI for Conner. CHILDRENS PLAYGROUND.The d
KeyPlaying has 54 points.Billy ,
0 lead and were given the ball Koch's Is now 6-3,and COMer r .
Lundy of Conner 49, and
on.its own 20-yard line following is 4-5.
the safety. However, this Randy Corbin of Builders 40.
Public Is Invited To I
their first basket-
the end of Builders r
times for things to ball game of the year Tuesday RESULTS All
good began THURSDAY, NOV. Attend Another Day
night. Keystone Heightsgirl
happen for Conner. On the third BRANDING!; IRON 13 BRANDING IRON 12 }
play after Builders pIt the ball cagers were edged 3735in STARKE BUILDERS 12 KOCH DRUGS 6, s '.
In play following the safety, a close contest in Cedar BARBQUESAT.

Mark Swain picked off a passat Key.Chris found Brand-
Friday, Nov. 3,
Brokas led the KH Branding Iron broke a three
the 25 and turned it into a Ing Iron and Koch Drugs tied NOV. 18 GRAHAM FLA. '
with losing streak .
TD and Conner had trimmedthe girls 17 points. Carolyn game by edging ,
for first place going at one
Jordan scored 8 points and Starke Builders 13-12, the mar-
deficit to 9-6. another in Bantam nag play
Stephanie Bannister 4. gin a successful extra point
Builders was unable to move The KH girls play Clay attempt. These two teams really put on PLATES: ADULT 1.50. CHILDREN .75
the ball following the ensuing
a great battle before the final
in Green Cove
kick Conner.off and punted.the ball to High tonight (Thursday, Nov.Springs 16) at after touchdown. As things score was decided in favor of All Donations Will i Be Greatly I

7 p.m. Next Tuesday the girls turned out, that was the victory Branding Iron, 12-6.
(The blue clad team then pro- BI .
will travel back to Cedar Key point. First half belonged to the AppreciatedCOME
ceeded to drive the ball cappingthe for for another try at that team. Starke Builders got on the who as a result of this win took Pam Rayburn receives the $100 cash prize from Telegraph -
55 Billy Lundy
yards, :Members KH board before the end of the HELP US REACH OUR GOAL
drive with a two yard TU of the 1972 girls over undisputed possession of Reporter Larry Oglesby. The 16-year-old Bradford
and Builders found themselves basketball team are: Carolyn first half as Jeffrey !Normanhit first place with two games remaining High junior outdid all the men, winning the eighth Foot
what Jordan, Karen Moore, Gretchen Bobby Smith in the end to be plajed.In ball
trailing 12-9 and wondering Contest for Cash.
happened. Newman' Karen Newman Sandy zone for a touchdown.In the first half of pi I)',Brand

Cook, Monteen Brewer, Susan the second half Builders ing Iron contained Koch's offense . . . .
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Mark Swain scored two touchdowns Passwater, Lisa Eland, Cindy took a 12-7 lead as Jeffrey and controlled the ball ,"JLB.B J JL jmjUl"'_*_ LB B BBBB1B1B1B B1BBB B BBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
for the winner on 20 Turknett, Geneen Wilcox, Ann Norman passed toJeffrej Jock with good success. However,
and 15 yard passes from Billy Caldwell, Chris Brokas, and el for a touchdown, scoring while they had the ball op}Koch's
Lundy. Charles Colbert had a Stephanie Bannister. play covered 50 yards side of the field most of the SHORT ON CASH I

first half, only one time could
they get In the end zone and
that was on Wade Ulnkler's

five yard run to give Branding Collecting Rent Receipts
SP: CI.A..L Iron a 6-0 half time lead.
In the second half, Koch's
tied the game at six-all on a 10 Can't Raise 10 % Down Payment
yard pass, :Mike Kitchens to
Greg Williams.

THIS WEEK Both opportunities teams had several but BrandingIron scoring Would You Be Willing To Pad

was able to take advantageof

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the clock Stu Raj burn firedan

With Baked Beans Slaw $1 20 yard strike to Rowland
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Rolls Coffee or Tea This the game opportunity winning came touchdown.after

David Patrick had stopped a ((165 Days Bifsrt 1st Bank Payment)
Koch drive with an interceptionon
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Incl. CONNER: INS. 32 '
In the most point productive BROWN'SPRICE
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Conner rolled to a 25-0 halftime
lead and then coasted to ,
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: : good football the second half MOBILE HOME CENTER
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Proclaimed As Healthiest c 'JI..tJtUlW

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Location In Florida In 1890's <

Starke was billing Itself u General R. V. Ankeny. of RUN SMOOTHLY
the United States Governmentto L--/
to settle In Starke I
me shall
"the healthiest location In Florida" Des Maines, la., was appointed Florida, which subsequentlywere feel If 1 I / '' ,
pleased will
in an advertising! book- Commissioner of Lands by the sold by the State to Mr. in you give Know How To UM And Main-
let published In the early( 1890's, U. S. Government to examine Hamilton Dlsston for them space your paper. I / I f i tain This Convenience.

and found by Mrs. Gladys Man- land In the State of Florida, $1,000,000) that Starke II. the Yours respectfully, t Christmas Is too busy a sea
i J. G. Wilbur
sell Ayer in the old Mansell and In pursuance of the dutiesof healthiest location In Florida, son for hours or caching, yet

farm house aouth of Starke. his appointment he says (the and he Is now prospecting witha The booklet also carried the / I I r 1 1h the highlight of BO many holiday

traveled over the entire State view to locate in that vlcIn- following glowing descriptionof / get-together (Is traditional
As l lI
authority for tills claim: 1
; ,
by several f The wise horn
wagon consuming Starke and gourmet food. -
ity. As these opinions so entirely vicinity; under
the booklet article quoted"The the followIng months in the survey, and his accord with the conclusions the heading: f r I II maker, therefore Is not only
from Jacksonville
Times-Union" report formed the basis of the I had myself made. about f doing! her Christmas shoppingwell !
: cession of 4,000,000 acres by two years since and which led STATEMENT OF OUR ( I In advance of the season
TOWN PHYSICIANThe f 1 1i she Is cooking now for next
month as well and Is storing
: town of Starke and the I festive goodies inner
country Immediately surrounding -
etUTORlALS it has been noted for its freezer.
.1 / Very often frozen party;
healthfulness since the first as hors d'ouvres and spe-
settlement of the State. wr
T I cial desserts are the most expensive
-0 .. items in the grocery
I Situated it is
as on the elevated -
store freezer. Yet these are
plateau which constitutes
the foods most needed during
( the dividing ridge, or back- Those
bone, of the Florida peninsula, the holiday seasons.
and stored In the
prepared now
about 180 feet above tidewater,
freezer will be home-made-
with the tide
blowing delicious and will save in time
Bradford's Named Sullied constantly to and from the Gulf
of Mexico .and money next month when the
on the west to the
schedule is more hectic.
Atlantic Ocean on the east, we Most foods freezable and
Ridiculous get the full hygienic influence are
By ChargesIt of this ozone and balsamic la- will keep several months in the
freezer. Some exceptions are
atmosphere, coming as boiled ( In stews)>
it does potatoes as ;
is unfortunate that Bradford simply have Increased Williams' mar- unbroken over SO pine miles forests of almost cake batters, cream fillings and

County must be subjected to trumpedup gin of victory. on either side. r puddings, salad greens, garnishes -
and the white of hard
fraud" In
charges of "vote a protest
filed In Circuit Court by Mrs. Mrs. Holliday also "protests" that And only with those lung who troubles are conversant grinder (unless Vegetables put througha shouldbe

Pat Holliday of Ponte Vedra defeated she was "refused a recount" in Brad- have experienced in their own or frozen as quickly as possible -

Republican candidate for the State ford County, while given "recounts: cases the beneficial effects ofa and many should be scalded -

House of representatives, District 25. in Clay and St. Johns. We have failedto residence among the pineson before freezing. Fruits may

find a single member of the Canvassing the various phases of pul- be packed three ways: dry,
monary trouble can appreciatethis with sugar or !In syrup Con-
Mrs. Holliday's charges are so Board who remembers Mrs.
feature of our salubrious "GUltIDOLA Y A sult the freezing bulletin from
ridiculous that the temptation is to Holliday making such a requestand locality.; your Extension Home Econo-

Ignore them entirely, which is what even if she had, if could not have been AT mics Office for techniques and

they deserve. However, the fact that granted without a court order. In our schools we have about timetables for recommended
800 children, and out of that Sing a song of Gumbo length of storage.
the and television
dally newspapers number during six last (Not the kind eat)
years you When preparing fresh meat
stations seized upon the opportunity In Clay and St. Johns Counties there has been but one death. It The kind you spread upon the road, and poultry for freezing, always -
offered by Mrs. Holliday for another where voting machines are used, a Is a fact worthy of especial Two To make our tempers heat. remove butcher's paperor

round of sensational headlines makesIt retabulation of the vote Is simply a mention, that we have more ( ; ( ); But when the road Is covered, any moisture-absorbing paperboard -

necessary to reply. matter of opening the machines and children In proportion to the Two : Then It begins to rainIsn't -- that may affect flavor.

checking the totals again. This can number of adults than any community Story (- ); that a gooey mess Keep hands and work areas
within the writer's bey & To stick our cars again! .
; clean Separate cut meats and
The burden of Mrs. Holliday's"protest be done by anyone interested. But knowledge.The do & patties by putting two piecesof

," which was filed againstthe in Bradford County; where paper bal- (Clive)>; foil, waxed or freezer paper
Bradford County; Canvassing Board lots are used, the ballots are lockedin water supply is abun- Charge ( ); When Irate Mr. Williams between layers. To simplify

Is that vote returns in the District the ballot boxes after they are dant and pure, containing nota bo (Reed); Protested to the Board serving, always freeze meats---

25 race In the November 7 General counted and the boxes cannot be opened rotten trace limestone of sulphate, which of lime is the or nee ( ) Took Commission member Shuford and other foods, too.-In meal-
gic ( ); exception to his word: < size quantities.
Election were fraudulent becauseof -- without a court order. cause of so much trouble farther "You ,
t Tooth ( ; ask us to do something, When pre-cooking, keep three
all things fewer votes were cast south, and which many of Me (Coe); Then when we try to do.- things in mind: (U) Sanitary

here in the General Election than were Just what Mrs. Holliday hopes to our ablest physicians considerthe Bottom ( You rave and rant and call. us names preparation with shortened

cast in the First and Second Primaries accomplish by her "protest" we do means by which malaria eron); Until the air is blue." cooking time. Reheating will
is introduced Into the
not know. It has kept her name in --Tate Powell system.M. D. (James> complete the cooking process.
ler ( )
the headlines, to which she does not Fonsell ( ; Thus speaketh Mr. Shuford ((2) Rapid cooling. This can

Mrs. Uolllday says that this is seem adverse, but other than that, TOWN OF STARKEA As The ; ( ; Till Williams he got mad-- be done by placing the hot pan
of food into
of ice
contrary to the statewide pattern which the charges are too absurd to war- number of fine brick business The Ice ( ; The And board decided to go out water or under a larger cold pan running

showed more people voting in the rant the space they have taken up a weekly buildings adorn the the TELEGRAPH town; Listener ( They see took what a was ride so down bad.Bessent Road water. (3)) Immediate freez
paper, -
General Election than did in the First in the news media. is a creditable jour- bers(( ; And found cars in the ditches; ing. Space packages or con-

and Second Primaries. By what con- nal and Justly valued by the lity spiracy; ( ; ) When they got out to view the scene, tainers at least one Inch apartIn

ceivable stretch of the imagination To charge the Bradford County citizens; new brick bank build. Edge ( ) The gumbo? ruined their britches! freezer to allow air to cir

this) :,could constitute fraud, Mrs. Hol- Canvassing Board with fraud on such sing,' own djiy.{ Mr. Ceo.E. Pace, sa File ( pack culate.closely Once to frozen save solidly,

Uday falls to saWe'submit! \ that it non-grounds is libelous, and Mrs.Hol- and built entirely of Florida erons ( ; .L');suq ,it., The"rainbegnfopelterdown-rjttl' : ; ,!..,('.,).tan: The cardinal rule In packag-space.
materials, will be needed addition
indicates only that Bradford Countyhad liday should be madexto the a sian Boy ; ... .,. tyf' ing Is to Use clean
prove to the city; when the right ber ( ) ", 1'"t > They couldn't' pass the buck.- only containers -
some unusually "hot" local races charges or publicly retract them. man Is found to occupy 1C Mass ( And when they tried to leave t the scene. papers, foils, plastic

In the Primaries, which fired the voters Correspondence for this purpose det ( ; Doggonlt: THEY GOT STUCK! wraps and bags and eliminate

up more than did the colorless The most unfortunate aspect of solicited. (Sharp)); needed all possible head air spaces Every except pack-

Nixon-McGovern campaign. course, is that Bradford County's name This county; Is one of the his been linked with "vote fraud" in Street Of That gumbo bogged them down.
"dry" ones, having accepted Inventory is helpful for meal
Since her opponent. Democrat the minds of the headline reading public local option and shows many (lock); They had to get the county; Jeep planning.

Frank Williams, carried Bradford and no amount of retraction wilt) good effects of the new orderof (Austen) ; To haul 'em back to townl! Like everything else, a home

County more than two to one, we undo all of the damage that has been things. Methodist, Baptist, (Cowley>);; freezer maintains peak perfor-

cannot see how Mrs. Holliday could done in the minds of those who Jumpto Presbyterian, Christian denominations (Roland), The moral of my story true and mance cared when for.It Is properly As used
soon as
have benefitted from larger vote conclusions without the have church build- ( ; Is very, very plain-- .
a analyzing frost builds 1/2-inch
up to
ings and
Catholic Don't
a church spread the
Is your gumbo on road
here in the General Election.! It would charges and the motive behind them. in contemplation.The Year Daughter(( ) When it begins to rain. thickness In the freezer It is
; time to defrost. Otherwise you
schools are excellent The );; run the risk of overworking the

. ;) the roads are better graded (Midnight Chandler 1 :SKSSSW-SSS:::::::::::: ;:;: ::; ::;:r::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::: : machine and/or raising the Inside -
Cruel A nd Unusual than I have found elsewhere ; ...... : : : ..:.. .... ......... ... :::::::::::::: :::: :::::::::::: :::"::::"':':':':':':':"':" temperature so that food
In the State; and enterprising Ing ( ; "n---'r. ; ">--*--;;>;:;;;;:;;:0:;:::::;:;::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::S::::;:;:;:;;;i;:;::::::;:::::::;:::;: is endangered. To cut down on

i citizens are (London); Neil)); Guide to the Brewing of the number of times defrosting
All three committees preparing 1972, there have been 15 inmate kill- to furnish carriages prepared and Visit ( Beer, >J". Mead & Wine (liea'le. JUVENILE NON-FICTION must be done don't open the
(}Horwood) .
jpltal punishment bills for next week's ings horses to show prospective settlers f"lmplete.estf"1' & Ans- Creative Shellcraft (Cutler). freezer any more than necessary. -

special legislative session believe that _j jIt the country about here oVer). itofCtiutiT: 1 ..sing(Cava Be sure food is tightly

the death penalty should be restored free of all expense. Mr. S. F. LIBRARY HOURS sealed In packages and containers -
the is also illustrated in the case Gardiner has prepared a circular Monday: so that moisture cannot escape -
only difference of opinion is how of two recent murders In South Dade letter containing the (Simmons New ADULT REFERENCEHow Tuesday Thu day Friday. to settle on the freezer.

this should be done.It County. The prime suspect In these statements of old settlers as (Marks)) Lmpersmatrs.(0'Y; And Where To Get Scholarships 9amto5pm. : Check the seal or gasket on

murders was in "Death Row" at Rai- to the healthfulness of this !Ing ( ; & Loans (Angel); The Saturday: 8 a.m. to 2 the door or lid from time to
is reassuring to know that the ford on a conviction of 'The section, and will be pleasedto of ( ) Dlnasaur Dictionary (Glut). Closed all day Wednesday. time to be sure it is tight.
25th District will rape. mall It to applying.The < _._ .. ; ,
be represented on Supreme Court vacated that sentenceand _:n_._* .... "
this Important matter Ages ( )
by Represen- ordered wild ;
a new trial (with the orange syrup, made )>
tative-elect Frank Williams, who is death penalty not permissible). The by Dr. J. H. McBrayer, from mour ; ;
Nasser (
an outspoken advocate of restoring criminal was given 15 years and paroled Shelby, N. C., Is one of the Say ); "With my Smith-Corona PortableI
the death promising Industries of the
penalty to our statute books.In .
In less than a year where- place, and furnishes a means (Berne);

upon he returned to crimes of vio- of utilizing a hitherto useless (WIgglnton) can now

hearings held by the legisla- lence: Two innocent people (and prob- production. Mr. .L. C. Hull I.a is Ceramic '

tive committees, it was generally a- ably more) would be alive today if he brlckmaker, employing 10 bric rida My (

greedeven by inmates of the State had been executed for the first crime or 12 hands, averaging 75,000 ,lour > spend more
Prison that the death penalty is brick per month when running,
; a
committed.The rach)) ( _
deterrent to crime. and expects soon to complete ,
Pets (
arrangements for shloolnr bv eign Car ; I time at the.theater.
railroad to other points and
The deterrent factor has been dem- greatly Increasing business. don);
Supreme Court has held that ( "
onstrated at the Raiford prison with These brick compare with any _
the death Is "cruel
the penalty and un- Salm; ), .
killing of inmates by other Inmates. produced In the Union.
Between usual"--but who could say that the Public ( );
Inmate 1919 and 1960 there were 21 rape-murder of the Dade County girl NO RISK WHATEVERThe (Allen). r+
slayings. In I 1962, two inmates 'escense (
and the slaying of her companion was settler or Investor who v
were executed for prison murdersand not also "cruel and un sual"? locates here in Bradford county; Estimate Plays 1972 );

there were no more until 1967, assumes no risk. Lands are w
when a U. S. District Judge ordered continually advancing and those );
These are facts that the Legis- George S.
a stay of all executions who so desire can sell out ;
at the
Portrait (
lature should
take into considerationIn
again and at a good profit. :
Since that
time, between 1968 and Of War &
next week's special session. Lands that sold only a few Closed ;

years ago at low prices, have r.,
Nader On
doubled. To invest money in
", lands is better than savings ment ( :; r

banks, railroad stocks or bonds. :
To The ( :
The Bradford County lian .
:' Brady ( : _
O" This booklet was publishedover
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED .....: -& the signature of GARD- ern Salt ; :

1S79! 1 INER & PACE (.S. F. Gardiner _
'v[ B- and Geo. E, Pace) who Passport
zrOe t roth)) I
iUe ;
apparently were in the business wr
00.".'" .'" We have the mind of Christ. of real estate and pro dent Schul2) The
: -I( Cor. 2:16)). motion.It I

FLORI I A-R'ESS-. One meaning of the word free Natural Garde. ) dramatic writer's way with words.

mind is "to tend," as when we concluded: with the following lire ( ;

AS S "7'' -r lT ION mind the baby. We have
\ sponsibility all times to tend ce. of
) among us and help buildup Them O<
or mind our mind. We should the grandest country under
Book of ( : );
control our thinking, keep/pur God's sun We need your assistance Preserving

E.L. thoughts' centered in God and we want you bent, (afford):
MATTHEWS Editor.Publith.r: therefore do not hesitate
on the good. Let us remember to
PuBlUhod each Thursday and Atarod Second come with your families and ers GetacHigh ; COO
a* that It is Divine Mind we 'are To (
Class Mattar at the Pest Off,<* et St.,.... Florida' privileged to be using for there lire where fee cold blasts of tldah)
ender Act .f March. ;Jrd 187?. winter or sultry beat of sum ; mi if
ls Art to <
only one Mind God's. He is an );
S -
*crl"tl *rada.U trd.s.area: 1 :ye.i ,*.'$ar I.00$6.00 Outside 'love, order and peace and our the bract unknown breezes and from where January Fundture Art of the

thoughts should flow 'In similar to December waft their

channels. gentle and refreshing w...." The tityilng.Great
P... to 'r.s.-s. .. ., ..._

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An investment in Your Futureli yt < Annual Union Jack Frost Doesn't Change

ThanksgivingService Leaf Colors It's ChemistryContrary
'11<' ;

l f 1! V t:.' Ml[\;':;l;' I!1,; IE g ll ft", !"1;<1;: ff:"! : If;\! f';: : if( 't,'. The Service annual sponsored Union, Nov.Thanksgiving by 22 the "Ole tfail.the:. leaves Jack. Frost"to to change popular) doesn't color belief cause tit pine mate greatly: ,,flatwoods the too from,amountof much place of and color Florid to cypress varies place.Tleuu is.

Tot when you lieisure h. there will Your heat .... ..!,?" Starke Ministerial Alliance The color change says Extension ponds. Pines, of course, remain -
'ov all while -
will be held at 7:30: p.m. Wed- forester Tony Jensen, green year cypress
MADISON STREET CIIURCH OF JESUS CHRIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN IIEILBRONN BAPTIST Joe Carter nesday, Nov. 22, in the First Florida Agricultural Extension leaves just turn brown
BAPTIST CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Baptist Church. Service, results from chemical and fall.
1404 E.: Sunday School 9:45 Services Were The speaker will be Rev. processes which take placo 'tithe The show of color really does
Sunday School 9:45; Morn- Bessent Road Sunday' School lo a.m. MornIng a.m something for the tree. It is a
Morning U. Eric Johnson of the First Presbyterian -, tree during its preparationfor
Ing Worship ll; Church Train Family Home Evening-Mon Worship 11 ajn Evening Worship Training of chemical changes
ing, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle. day. Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor. Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Service Held Friday Church, and music winter. which by-product take: place as the leaf'
7:15: ; Evening Worship 7:30. Primary- Tuesday, .::30 p.m. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer will be provided by members Floridians from other states Wherever there la win-
Monday--Youth Choir, 7 p.m. Wednesday- Relief Society Service, 7:30.: Joe Carter, 74, of Lawtey of the combined choirs of local often miss the signs of the dies.weather broad-leafed trees
Tuesday--Bible Study,10 a.tn. 730, LAURA BAPTIST Rev.. L. Tommy Howe, pas- died Wednesday, Nov. 8, In churches, both youth and changing season especially the must ter seal themselves In to live
Girls In Action Acteens, 3:30': '' ThursdayM.I.A..- 7:30: pm. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning tor. Jacksonville after an extended adult. A practice will be heldat Autumn colors of broad-leafed through the cold months. After
p.m. SundayPriesthood,8:30: a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Illness lie was a native of 6:30: pjn. at the First trees. the corky "abscission" layer
Sunday School, 10:30 GREATER BETHLEHEM Florida, a retired farmer anda Baptist Church under the direction But leaves do change colorIn
Wednesday--Prayer Mooting, : a.m. Evening Worship 7(30( p.m. Midweek Bible In forms over the place where the
Business Meeting, Mission Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement. Study, Wednesday, 7:30: p. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Baptist. of William George. Florida too. especially water
!beef Joins the twig, no
-Jesse 'Cor. Ash & Chestnut The public is invited to attend North and Central )Florid
Friends, 7:30: ; Adult Choir D. Branson Branch Sunday Surviving is one daughter can get In or out of the leaf
In Florid l'S mild cll-
President. m.Be School 9:30 Morning Worship Mrs. Crawford this annual service. However
Practice, 8:30.'J'hursdayBlble. In church Sunday. : ; Stanley Law- through the stem.
Study, 10 a. -Lester Austin pastor. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Service tey; two sons. Henry A. Car- e .

m., 7:30 p.m. HAMPTON BAPTIST 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ter, Columbus, S.C., and Horace Ltil/ Crfftson Chris Columbus .
the old ad.
If the shoe
CHURCH pastor T. Carter Albany fits
PastorST. Ga.
-DOnton Sumrall, ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC ; or whoever almost every/ About (She strongest emotion
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- CHURCH MACCLENNY! one brother, J.D. CarterJack- age!' advisee, however wearing, It. Many to body hat. discovered ,\,,"'rica ,tttrrrd/ !bl;/ the recent (campaign/&
LONG women prefer
Ing Service 11 a.m. Bible Study sonvllle; and four grandchild- ,
; tIe
EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy CHURCH ask for one size Imallt'r.UUhh..H. except people in Washing/ was anger at the commercials.'
6:30 Evening Service 7:30
CIIURCIISTARI : pm.; : Day Mass 5:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ren.Funeral services were held _ uh HUUh.u _

Father James Cregan pastor p.m.Wednesday Prayer and Worship 11 a.m. Evening at 2 p.m. Friday in Jones Me- -
7 BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday morial Chapel with Rev. Cecil
Saturday Mass p.m.Sunday Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
Mass, 10 a.m. Holy. Day Mass -Melvin Hamel Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL SETS HOMECOMING Everyone welcome Crawford, Sr. and Rev. Robert inFrank Williams campaign
7 p.m. Beulah Baptist Church on -Rev. Robert Halsten,pastor. Cooper officiating.
Confession Saturday 6 HOLINESS Highway 21, Clay County, will Interment followed at 11 a.m.
CHURCH observe Homecoming Day on CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Saturday in Bethel Cemeterynear House Of Representatives Dist. 25
p.m.School of Religion! : Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, which will be MELROSE Sylvester, Ga. DeWitt C.
Grade School -.Sunday 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. the church's 122nd AnnIver- Schedule of Services: Jones Funeral Home was in P.O. 1363 Stork.
Bow Fla.
to 12 noon. Evening Worship 7:30: pm. sary. Speaker for the morn- Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. charge of arrangements.
High School-- Wednesday 7 Thursday night Prayer Meet- Ing service will be Rev. RIchard Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Ir
M. Barber. ing Worship 7 p.m. Phone: Keystone Heights 473.3209I
7:30 .
P.m.ni Ing : p.m.David
? Hodges, Pastor. There will be special singing All other evening-8 p.m. Mi Neighbors r
In the afternoon. Three of the '
(<')'r BAPTIST CHURCH featured groups will be The GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH I, And My Family Would Like To Express Our Heart
felt Thanks For The Tremendous Vote Of ConfidenceAnd
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Son Quartet, the Weeks Quar- S-100A
&ladSulld3Y:. School, 9:4'1. Ing Worship 11 a.m. raining tet, perhaps others.A Sunday School, 10 am. Morn- Support During This Campaign.
J, a.m.; Morning Worship at 11; Union 7 pm. Evening Worship. basket lunch will be served ing Worship 11; Training Union
sermon: "Bless the Lord": 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- at 1 P.m.JORDAN. 7: Evening Worship, 8, Wed- U
1 Church Council Mooing/! 430: vice 7:30: pm. Everyone welcome nesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30.
I Look Forward To Serving As Your Representative And Wont Each Of You To Know
p.m.; Hell Ruisers; Group "A", -Rev. Leon T. Odom,Jr.,
i pas-.
, 5:15: ; Church Training, 6:15; -Jim Countryman pastor. MISSIONARY tor. That My Door In. Alwoy. Open. My Address And Telephone Humber are Listed
I Evening Worship Service, 7:30; BAPTIST MISSION Above So Don't Hesitate To Call On Me.
sermon: "One Life Plus PINE LEVEL BAPTIST U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL F....<<.
Christ." Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- tee Freez Drive In, Sunday HOLINESS CHURCH .n." -' I Also Commend My Republican! Opponent, Mrs. Pat Holliday, For The fine Race That
Monday Bell Fingers! Group Ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; "But you gotta be a bad She.Waged. ',
B, 6 p.m.;Youth ChoIr Practice, vices (Booster Band Young vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Morning Worship II a.m. Youth guy-good guys. wear white
'',. People and Prayer Service), Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- hats!l"
Tuesday -Y oong Muslcan and 8 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. day.Leroy ship 7 p.m.Tuesday,
Mislc Miisors Choir 3:30: p.m.; Midweek Service, Wednesday Olive, pastor Prayer Meeting 7:30: i
G.Bell! Hinders! Grojp. C, 7:30: pm. Rev.! John Strickland Griffis associate pastor. D.m. .ikiM1 U.S.D.A. GRADE A

4:15: ; Lollle Mooi Group at the Pastor. '-Rev. W.B. Chauncey, pastor r young .BROAD BREASTED
Wednesday Community MORGAN ROAD CHURCH

Thaa'tsgivlng Service at First BAPTIST CHURCH Intersection of Highways 16 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH TURKEYS
Baptist Church, 7:30: pm. Wayne
(North) and 225. Rev.
-J1n1 T. Brock, piutor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Wells pastor. Sunday Service Sunday School 1
Ing Worship at 11. Training Sunday School, 9:45; Morning 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 17Vlttfc LBS 10 10
Union, 6:30: Evening Service, 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15: r C
; Service at 11. Evening Service b UP 10 LBS
p.m. Group Meeting,Sun- 3
7:30. Wednesday : .1
STAR KB 7:30.Wednesday-- Prayer, and : day, 6:30: p.m. ,\ 1\ LB 43
Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. p.m. -J.C. Brown, minister Ao LB SUPERMARKETS

Sunday-Sunday School 9:45: ; --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor.
:Morning Worship at 11; UMYF"Smack CHURCH OF GOD 4i.4'
Supper, 6 p.m.; UMYF CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. CHURCH 1 ,,za 320 S. WALNUT ST.

Meetings and Recreation, 6:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- \ FARMER CRAY SELF-BASTING TURKEYS ....'0" .0"'.''e..GOOO.0'".
Wednesday-Children's Choir ing Worship 11. Training Union, Worship 11 a.m. Sunday ing Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday *,Nil. ftUMUft ftUV UOOD TMMUHHO .
NOV :: Wtt OY.Nt.e.
Rehearsal 6:30 ,p.m.; Youth 6:30 Evening Worship, 7:30.: Evening 7.p.m. Youth Night, night Service at 6:30. .. ; '"
Choir Rehearsal! ,' 7: Chancel -Rev Jim Black, pastor. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30.: night prayer -.--.. 11 IBS ft Ur 45 ,s : 10 TO 16 IBS 49 : N1 .lit plciMl la xtevl"ill "
Choir Rehearsal! 8; Mld-Week' Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. -Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pastor ,- s< 'iMHT ( I U. .D.a. fOOD STAMP ..
Prayer Group 7:30.: ., i KINGSLEY LAKE !-Rev.. M.E. Fussell, pastor. lH I .COUPONS
-Hcv.' George! 4.Ilarperr'! : Ivestor. BAPTIST CHURCH '' :T" 1 1.; !

Worship at 11. Training Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- '" .
Union 6:30 p.m.; Evening Ing Worship II a.m.: Evening
CHURCH/ srAnicn Worship, 7:30: Prayer Meet- Worship, 7 pm. %Wednesday LAWTEY, FLA. 1 FRE; S.H Golden Ripe
SundayChurch School,9:45; Ing, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, Schedule of services: Sunday GRAB A U S D A.QUICK FROZENCAPONS. .

Morning Worship at 11.Nursery -- S.C. Cuthbert, Interim 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- School at 10 II.a.m.Evangelistic Morning Worship Service ............i.791 I
provided. ing Monday, 7 p.m. BANANAS
pastor. every i FRYERS
6 YPE and
Wednesday--Youth Fellow- p.m. Prayer
G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -
Meeting each Wednesday 7:30 GRAD! A U S O A. QUICK FROZEN
ship, 7:30 p.m.7huredayChoir. : II
Rehearsal, BROOKER, FLA. pm.Rev.. Daisy Klght. pas- GEESE.................L:.79 1 1

7:30--Erik p.m.T, Johnson, Minister. Rev Jim Temple pastor.Sunday PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL tor. FARMER CRAY GRAD! A QUICK FROZEN ROASTING. I. .29 (( I I Irrlreer IOc

ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Superintendent.School, 10 a.m.Training Ron Bristol Union, Sunday METHODIST School CHURCH 10 a.m. MornIng Ser-- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHICKE 11''S..L.'TO..Ave.....L....59.J.' ;1'2 .WHOLE PER BAG LB llwlAllfr

CHURCH! / STARKE 6:45.: Lowell Douglas, Ut- Worship 11 a.m. Youth _
rector. Worship Services 11 a.- vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Ralford Road & Weldon St.
/Holy Eucharist 8:30 a.m. m., 7:30.: Midweek PrayerSer- 7:30: p.m. Rev. L.L. Crlffis Sundav School. 10 a.m. Morn-
Sundays and 11 a.m. on 1st and vice 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw,mu- pastor. Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening .
3rd Sundays. sic director. 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.:: Canned
Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m., STARKE CHURCH -Charles Thomas pastor
2nd 4Ui, and 5th Sundays. OF CHRIST HAMS
Church School-- 9:45: a.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor-
Sundays. EYC, 6 p.m. Sun- BROOKER ship Services, II a.m. and Services Held
6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- ;;Mj -
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- qaq ate11
days.John nesday 7 Ladies Bible For Jones I
M, Flynn Rector. ,ship Services U a.m. and 7 Class Thursday p.m. 11 am.Church Dugger BBBDSWIMBIMBMBISMISBWBSI

p.m. Training Union 6 pm. located block west on SR Of Sampson City
Pantry 8

Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARY -J.P.H. Bell, minister Bugger Jones, 73, Sampson Prides OR ELECTRIC| PERK ; '

Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- BAPTIST CHURCH City died Saturday. Nov. 11, ina mnitt TOMATO
(Booster Band Young BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Gainesville hospital after a 1f'i i CORNWHOLE
vices 633 Pratt St. Sunday Ser-
Morn ill( *PWli/ !
School 10 ,
Sunday am.
Service), He born
Illness. was
People and Prayer vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. lengthy ,
Evening Worship 7 p.m. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening in Bradford County on May 9, COFFEELB rrttiro r
6 UnIon U
p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.Training KERNEL OR CREAM I J ICE
Worship 7:30: pm. Prayer i :
Midweek Service, Wednesday 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, 1899 the son of the late Frank IOw 1 !
7:30 Wednesday.Rev. I
John Strickland Meeting : p.m. and Sarah Thomas Jones.
7:30 Rev. 7 Everyone welcome.
: p.m. p.m.
Pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor. J.C. Saunders, pastor. Mr. Jones was a retredrall-
road employee, and was a bus i 17oz
-- -- -, driver in the Bradford County 59c 5/$1 460z3/$1

years.school system He was during a member his later of BAG I CANS I

the first Christian Church of

Starke.Surviving is his wife Ethel Every Day LowPrkc HEv ry Day LowPrkc
Varnes Jones of Starke; and ALL PURPOSE oionoiA ir> / .
i iIf one Leesburg.brother Jack Jones of IAIINo COOKIN* 1 :SWEET

iIiiLIcJ Funeral services were heldat
2 pm. Monday In Jones
Memorial: Chapel with H.C.
Brown minister of the Chris
I tian Church, officiating. Interment -
was in Mt. Sinai Cemetery -
near Graham with Jones : COMPARE! "'iw'j. .: PET RITZPUMPKIN
Funeral Home in charge.
ff :- / I Suave Hair Spray """:ir:,;:;'DfO 49c. or

Mrs. 0'% 1 Hair \ ...a 49c. MINCE MEAT
I Myra Dyal Sprayu" :Now n :: I

Services HeldWednesday White Rain Hair Spray u; :::a 99c
,7, : .','." ( eVA,, j : I. ,rrerelr PIES
> I. : '..,' P.M. 1 Holsum Peanut Butter "D'... 75c I ","II&I/ !
,::, .:'.. ;.; :;::' .
CALL .LIr.N..l--: '..... 2 Potato Chips ssrarI 38c
H '4 l '
: :; :;::: ; : ,;: :,
i ) < twn
f Mrs Myra Dyal, 72, of Route {NOW', :"I'.I..I l Rice-A-Roni oC..IN: :: ,::, 3/l/ FROZEN / ,3 9 e
One Starke died Monday after
You're Planning To Build A Home Or BusinessOr a long Illness. She was born In !; 384-7511!, Chinatown Rice .. .. .11,0 39c I| zoo

Be Sure Check Bradford County on June 25, 4.vil
Buy A Mobile Home To Your f 1900 the daughter of the late
Zoning Regulations Jasper and Lou Parrllh Brown. Every DayLowPrkelt .
She was a member of the Fine UH NATUHIPE
Level Baptist Church. CAKEMIXES
Surviving Is her husband,Willis V PIE
Dyal; three daughters, Mrs BERRIED
Eula Mae Smith and Mrs. Etta SHELLS
Faye Thornton, both of Starke;
Mrs. Betty Morecroft, De-
BRADFORD COUNTY Wight. HI.; one sister, Mrs.
Beulah Prescott, Starke; nine
grandchildren, and eight

ZONING BOARD greatgrandchildren.Funeral services.were held fMryDiyLowPtkfMOSTISS [IvcryDiylowPTk IwryDsylowPrfc IvcryOiylowPrk IvtryOtylewPrk STOCK UP EARLY


Rev. John Strickland conducting TOPPING "" '::.:.'... MOUTHWAfM LOTIO"

Lake. Cemetel'Interment).was In Crosby ;..o?? 3/S1 IRa. 79 *D: 99 ''TL 01. 2/SI osis.t 99C THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23

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CIRCUIT. .IN AND FOR BRAD- - ByEvelvnV.P..1I. _',__ ow _n___

FORD ION. CASE COUNTY.NO.tiCLS50LUTION CIVIL AC1. Notices I LADIES AUXILIARY to enjoy bingo with the Senior cue last Saturday. Choctaw OMa, Is spending the watermelons growing In No- guestseeundda fish fry In Ms yard
VFD MEETINGThe Citizens. All ages are wel Welcome back to Mr.and Mrs. vember. attet oooa. Many
OF MARRIAGEIN winter months with her son-in-
Volunteer Fire Dept. La-
come. A25Cdonationandyou'reIn Henry Weldemam who are In Birthday greetings to Rounder of the entertainers were present -
REt The Marriage of EVE- dles will have their law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Auxiliary Ms
LYN CHARLENE ELLIOTT NOTICE for an enjoyable evening Hampton for their yearly visit. Ralph Vaughan.The Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Ted who will appear\ on
Wife AND CHARLES DOUGLASELIOTT drawing for the Thanksgiving Including refreshments. Where The Weldemanns arefl'OmQua- Vaughan spent three Curtis and family took Rounder how In Waldo next weekend.
Husband James Ricks For Florida Turkey this evening. The ladles else can you get all that for a kertown. Plio weeks In Choctaw with her mo- and his friend Timmy Saxon They provided a variety of good
coffee and cake.
has made are serving quarter Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Fon- to Six Gun Territory at Ocalato music throughout the afternoon.:
NOTICE OF SUIT State Telephone That's 8 at the Hampton, ther and brother and sister-
TO: CHARLES DOUGLAS EL- Application to the Bradford Fire House.p.m. taine went to Stone Mountain, in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Mc- celebrate his eighth birth-
UOTT 413 Pendergast Street County Zoning Board for reclassification THIS 'N THAT Ga. last week. They reported Gunnlgle. Mrs. Vaughan has day. .

Waycross. Georgia 31501 : of the property SENIOR CITIZENS School bus number 7 has been a most enjoyable trip. returned to her Job at the Hampton Birthday greetings to Mrs. clothors( '
with bus number 62. William Schaubof The ad for
below from Rl-C replaced Mr. and Mrs. Lillian Hall on Nov. 16.
Tiou described General Store.
are hereby no- Senior Citizens meet tomor- are i".ree.ing -
Brenda Jones at the wheel. Crescent City were guests Christmas giving
to Mr. and
ttftefl that an action for dissolution to BW. row night, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Armstrongand Schaub's brother-in- Mrs. Charalene Rodriguez Congratulations but ,lie model/ deal give
of marriage has been West 150' of El/2 of NEIol /. of Mrs. reports a watermelon vine In Mrs. D. Crawford who will how
and elect officers for the coming -, of Mr. and Mr. and much indication at to they
filed against ,you and you are NE1/4 North of Hwy 16 year. Mrs.son George were Rodriquez and law, and Fontaine sister last Mrs.d. her back yard with eight water- celebrate their 21st wedding would look on real people.
required to serve a copy of In Section 27, Township 6 You don't have lobe"senior" for back barbe- Wllford melons on It. She's curiousto anniversary on Nov. 18.
your written defense If any! to South. Range 22 East family a Mrs. Lucy know If anyone else has Billy Wagner entertained .
It on ELZIE S.:-SANDER, Attorney This change in classification Is
for Petitioner whose subject to a public hearing to be
address Is 138 West Call Street held on Tuesday November 28th
P.O. Box 68, Starke Florida at 7:30: PM In the County Commission KLo4 s
and file the original with the room at the Bradford tEIEEE- E11E
Clerk of the above-styled Courton County Court House at which
or before November 30, time all persons Interested
1972 otherwise a judgment may shall be heard for or against the
be entered against you for the proposal as specified in the
relief demanded In the Petition Zoning Code of Bradford

for Dissolution of Marriage. County.John
WITNESS my hand and the Torode Chairman
seal of said Court this 20th day
of October A. D. 1972. Bradford County Zoning HRISTM AS QPENINE

CLERK GILBERT BYs Betty Edwards S. BROWN Deputy Board.1192t1118. .

11/2-41-11/23 IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Bradford County Zoning CASE NO. .
'Board has made Application' to DISSOLUTION; OF MARRIAGE i O .. t 6E r,'
the Bradford County Zoning IN RE: The Marriage of FREDA
Hoard for reclassification of S. BRANTLEY Wife AND 35% J sea

the property described below JORDAN L. BRANTLEY, NIW*OtffttO IMI
from KA to OR. HusbandNOTICE \. r.nrp
Property In Sect. 3, 10 and OF SUITPROPERTY ?, W'V
IS Township 6 South Range
22 East!: which lies Wost of TO: JORDAN I.. BRANTLEY Y1L\
SCL It It! and East: of Highway AOUULSS!: UNKNOWNYOU ,
301.Bradford. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED '' pp1A1
pt A nay o
County Zoning : that an action for dissolution EXpEOO ? TO ff'Famous

Board has made Application of marriage has been l Dp'pS14' \ ; Y 'EXgtiCt31T9Sx
to the Bradford County Zoning filed against you In which the 1
I Hoard for reclasslflcaUon following property In Bradford
of the property described below County Florida. to-wit:
from Hl-Il to HI-C. PARCEL I: NW-1/4 of SE 1/4

Property In Sect. 16, Town- of SU, 1/4 of Section 5, Town-
ship 6 South Range 22 East ship 6 South Range 22 East, $ r
which lies West of Highway containing 10 acres. V
301 Except,: East 500'. PARCEL!: II: E 1/2 of the i\ii A l c rIt
This change in classification W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the Men's//--

Is subject to 'a public hearingto SW 1/4 of Section 4, Town-

be held on Tuesday Novem- ship 6 South Itange 22 East, It Maker"Dress Ladies' Name
ber 28 at 7:30: PM In the County containing 10 acres moreor Famous
Commission room at the Bradford less. uIt Pants '
County Court (House at Is an issue before the Court, Men's 100% Nylon His-Her Jackets
which time all persons interested and you are required to servea : 6S'o dacron, 351 cotton Men's Famous

shall be heard for or against copy of your written defen- rv' Superbly tailored, Cire Jackets loafers
the proposal as specified ses, if any to it, on the Pe- ; Patterns and solids, s Corduroy ond assorted wool-lrke blends. .
in the Zoning Code of Bradford titioner's attorney, whose name Wide range of popular Must be seen to bo appreciated. Water Solids plaids checks & novelty pattern'
County. and address is ELZIE S. SANDFItS colors in sizes 30 to 42 repellent. 100'\; Polyester inner lining Quilt {lining, Zipper front 2 pockets. "Manly" by Freeman, Ton leather.
: Attorney for Petitioner r' Handsome now styling.. Popular colors. Strap and buckle styles.
Assorted casual styles. Sizes SM L. !
138 West Call Street, .Starke it Our Discount PricaW..5.44 ,
John Chairman
Tor-ode, e Sizes, S-M-L-XL. Sues, 7 to 12.
Bradford County: Zoning I Florida, and file the original
Hoard.1192tI116 with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before November

23, 1972; be otherwisea entered \ 4-74 A D. :
Judgment tal
may .Our Dttcount Pile' 0..0..00", "Pric': .
ACT; .. "' Yo.4 fxpmet Pay
.lJ'J.I i, .against u.J9I' Uio .tol1or.deoor.: ,. .w..i.5 ....M6
The BTadford County UOIlA'IJ ,,)married In,the ptaUo w>m IIA j),)'It? .. 1. u'; T.JJr9{....1, I
Public' / .. 1 .
of Instruction, Starke WITNESS my hand and the .0 ::: e ,0 Y !
Florida offers for sale the seal of said Court on October I -.. ijjlbiijt .
following surplus vehicles: 17, 1972. 1-
Bus #4 1'JGO! Chevrolet, Serial GILBERT; !: S. BROWN
No. 056428150165 CLERK: OF Till!: CIRCUIT : Men's Men's Leather 1 .
Bus #6 I960 CMC Serial No. COURTBY ', ). Long Sleeve Ka Long Sleeve Flight Boots Ladies'Double Ladies'',

SV4022N4200K) ; : Virginia I V, DarbyDeputy Sweat Shirts 1 Shirts Knit 100%; Polyester
Bus #20 1954! I ord. Serial No. Clerk r .100'' Knit t r \ Handsomely styled Polyester Slacks ,. Pant Tops
B60V4N17282 (COURT SEAL:: ) cotton 70'()' polyester with comfortable last. il' e
Bus #26 1951! Ford, Serial 10/26 it 11/15 and other v
r :' .., .' 30' nylon. Fine quality block leather 't, Choose
B5BIIIMI8900Bus '
blondsAssortment 'J '
.fH.li .:. Wide, 12 100'' polyester:
#'28 1956! Gl\IC. Serial :Y range throughout. 6'j from three
; :
; ",1" ; ofcolors.H17, Flare leg styling assortednovelty
of colors, ; sk' "
#33 1958 ford SerialNo. IN AND FOIL BRADFORD 1iii!: 1!, :, ., .i Elastic pull-on worst styles,
BGOC8U39232 ) COUNTY FLORIDAIN --- S.M.L.XL ;jj ::' SAVI 2.00 > Stitched. front scams .including
These vehicles may be Inspected PROBATE 11717IN Discount. .,. e;l'. :.!;'l l; Hi,-fashion colors, |towel neck, v-

at the school bus ga- RP: Estate of MICHAEL w..1.96', !.!'. ''i;..',": : 4:::Yi': :I I l Sizes> 8 to 18, neck & hincckHiFashion .

rage. Sealed bids will be accepted WIESCI10LEK:: : Deceased. SAVE 157. : ": ,''Hj: ;';"..,;.. SAVE 1.00 OurDi.c.vnrPrl.. ,
at the office of the County FINAL NOTICE: t:; : :
.. ,13.94
Superintendent M., Tuesday December until 10:00A. S, the Notice undersigned Is hereby on the given Stli that day ( r. ; ;I'or .:Ji""i'r.'a"H, i'! 1. Our wa.Oi.coutil 4.95SAVE Pate \ S colors, I M,. L.

1972, and will be opened at of September 1972 filed a final .. Di.caun> Pate Men's Leather

that time. The envelope shouldbe accounting of Its administration we.-396 cS 6" Work Shoes ;I 1.00 t SAVE l.OO
marked"Bid-Surplus Vehic- of the Estate of
les". Wiescholek, deceased Michael and the Men's Wool Men's B.F. Goodrich, oil ; ',
The Board reserves the rightto notice Is furthergiventhatafter & Polyester ;+; I Hi-Bulk Orion resistant soles,
reject any or all bids. yl'I Socks Rugged construction Our Ducouni PrlcV.O.J.96T
publication of this notice once ., Sweaters l _
Thomas L Casey Jr. t, !
each week for four ((4) conse- Famous Maker. for long wear
11/16 3t 11/30 cutive weeks, application will .65'' woolpolyester, F I Sites 10 ,to .13. Brown
be made for approval of said 35' nI I e,t- 12, Ladies'Flannel Girls'
accounting and for final discharge g ,, SAVE 24% /J 100'%,Acrylic
of the undersigned ?I q" .> Hondsoiielystyled: '. /
as SAVI 1.00Boys'
''lil. Waltz Gowns
Executor of said Estate. '
IN AND FOR BRADFORD ARTIIIR W. MILVM, As "+1, i knit == ,, : ': t Sweaters

COUNT, FLORID\". Executor of the Last Will and I y ...Red Out 0.count, P>.'CO DI o .i I 100'- cotton '
Case No. Testament of MICHAELIE wet 241.32 0. D ltt.unl PN U
) Styled with long
IN RE: Estate of IRVIN= + tan I wo..9.94 Fy c >
TYLER JONES, Deceased. SCHOLEK. deceased. blue %q'r{ 'r t sleeves and ...Full
11/2-41-11/23 I I
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Six s" Men's C'f', buttoned C / t fashion,
creditors of the Estate button Leather Belts Men's ry i < l. : yoke topRuffled, t 4 Self

of IRVEM TYLER JONES, deceased ( Corduroy Slippers r ) 1 ', buttoned,
front Expanded vinyl I tE,s i v hem. '{r
notified and N
are hereby v Cable
va S.M, '. a Waltz 71 'r
demands required to which file they any may claims have or L XL on Brown split"1 black Wide wale corduroy. A'I'rti ; ?' Y" 'ten" rh. N ''t, s' shtchmg.
I .1
against said estate In the office GET HIP/1/ : : Sues, 73-42 Terry lining lt> .Holiday lei While and
SAVE 2.00 S assorted
of the County Judge of Crepe tales \'t1' prints. ;
Bradford County, Florida, In I Our Df.awnr- Price e $.Irwt ef 7-12, ? rT 14-dD Holiday(

the courthouse at Starke Flo- READ THEWflNTADS ,.8.94 D k2'Y I colors,
rida, within eight calendar SAVI 23% SP* 7-14

months from the date of the ... SAVI 13% ,
first publication of this notice -
furnishing a copy thereof to .. I 84
W. Jones Executrix :. I Boys'Nylon 1
Myrtle Ou* 0lc' .vnf lrfi. &I
P. O. Box 475, Starke Florida. I) Taffeta Long Sleeve ti Wa.,2.U' Our Dicount PrtctjW..J.96 /
Each claim or demand must Ski Jackets Knit Shirts "
be In writing and must state

the place or residence and post (OW IN STOCK -OofulrucUonIer. f\\ 130 nylon+ 70. polyester \....._ .. L dl.s' --: Girls'Famous Maker
office address of the claimantand \ steel and 30* nylon, Mink Pile Slippers -:--
AH colon ta UM nUoxnr. I l l \: Brushed Denim Jeans
must be to by the lining .
sworn cuffsHandione
B..4torl County TU*> I I 2-butlon '
claimant, Ms agent, Or his attorney rrmoli. tfOP + Full I belt :r" :L. \ Luxurious 100'Jocryltc
,, or It will become void Papularcolors colors, .-'; : ::s, : mink pie SO'. polyester, 50'. cotton.
according to law. ,., 3-13 a ''t ,: r.8-13. S 2"r, ..... \ Vinyl soles. Flare leg. Half boxer styling,
November 14. 1972. v 1 ,f: .
; Pink or gold Patch pockets New Fall shades1 ,
Myrtle W. Jones WE DONT HAVE IT I OiKaunt Prl<. Our Duon. Pnt. "; .:;.r.1.i'\ Sn.sSlOSAVI Sizes, 7 to 14.
Estate of IRVIN trfU lei It for you. 0"108 we. 7,95; 'e. W..2.96SAVI ..-!. '
'TYLER JONES, Deceased. flupplle Furr.llnr Equipsaent. a 'e ;Rw! ;r 1,. .- 19% SAVI
1 'r SAVE 1.31 18% \! 21%
First publication on November Bradford County'" r ,'J. \ .I ''rfli .
16th 1972. Tete,"_ "' bp;: '
11/16 4t 12/7 16.6 1 ,98
Our Discount Prlt. f
Our Dltcaunr rrf I..
NOTICE U .,..1.95 r wa..2-.4""

Receipt. Expenditures 1971-1972 and Balances, all. fund of the Vaseline Intensive Our Di*.f>vnt ?, .. St. Joseph Skinny DIP.... Old. Spice ,

Board of County ,CommUitoner!. Bradford County FloridaRECEIPTS Care Lotion w.. 38C Aspirin .4it'U Spray Cologne After Shave Lotion

6 oz. 36's 'ifff 2 oz. 4.75 oz.

Cash Balances' October 1, 1971 1 210925.88 1" Gr. Dose (Limit 4)Children's ) .' Ii r ...
ReeellQ from all sources 1,235,859.87 '

? 8tJOSEPH j,
$1.466.583.75 OwDar ip AlPtRIR'ORCMIL r Our Dlntu r ,,:"... I : O" DIPtw r hl... 1 /
.. Me" t .
EXPENDITURES L R..d.IIec"' a C ...4.8tr ,w..J. '...;._

Expenditure for all purposes 1192926.05



It For 11/18 the Fiscal Year ending September 30,1972. PHONE 9 .7513 SAVING MONEY LAYAWAY PLAN,

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Bulbs Play Important Part In Plans For Winter Garden -* ..c- Christmas Seal

As the weather cools during -
coming weeks One group of plant that Is ryllls are true to produce) a mass of color or Campaign Now
many homeowners bulbs; gladi' unny spot Is best but come ately many of the common unusual! bulbs
very desirable for winter color can grow many
will devote more time Is the clue, crocus and monbretia are for cut flowers or they may bulbs will flower In partial bulbs of northern states like In Florida and with
bulbs The special
word Under HereThe
to gardening; There are many .. bulb corms: calla Illy. calacUum,and be used In the perennial) bor- shade tulips hyacinths some Irises Way
used In Its most treatment can even grow some
things that can be done commonsense tuberose are der or along the edge of shrub The
during Includes tubers; and coma climate In Florida Is and lilies- do not grow well of the "northern" bulbs.
the fall to Improve and beautify true bulbs Is an example) of the rhizome bery.In favorable forgrowtngmany In Florida. Very often these
Now let consider few
: the home grounds, Including Fore conns example tubers lilies and rhlzones. type. To most people, all these general most bulbs thrive pical and sub-tropical bulbs bulbs flower poorly or not at bulbs well, us adapted to Florida.a ) 66th annual ChristmasSeal
grape plants) In
flower gardens. are called bulbs. a well-drained soil having which
are only grown as pot all, even In northern Florida.
hyacinths, narcissus and ama- The small-flowered cluster Campaign la under war
Bulbs may be plenty o* organic matter A plants)
grown In beds In the North. Unfortun But don't be discouraged we
1:1.: ..., type of narcissus called the and will continue until December
polyanthus type can be grown 25.
IJ.' \1.\1 'r In Florida. Old varieties such
,'r :\; :
', :.. "f>.c'.I'j; :'j -=-c ,i anuo. as paper) Illy. white Solell d'Or Chinese can sacred be The 1972 campaign goal for
the Northeast
t. Florida TB-RD
nx urti
; Iq II tray, Irt II lar ; grown outdoors or forced to District la $135.000 and $1.63
,0' K"f-I';) 1-PC. C.YSTAL CUT flower indoor They are usually
wn million etate-Mde. Mrs. W.
l \1 l 'nlnluN oa In October and
u IIVI.AGI planted
l r n ear ururr, Hugh Mathews chairman at the
<:. b":' ,:.' .'.... November. Most other varieties Board of Director expressed
of narcissus, daffodils or
,par rp? confidence that the resident
Jonquils poorly exceptIn
Der of this .
northwest Florida. area wUllIII&'aIn& provide
: Crinums the financial support needed to
are well-adapted to
; enable the TB association:: to
i Florida and !if planted in the
carry on Its Important work
winter will produce large
amaryllls-llke flowers In late
V spring and Into the Bummer "Every citizen of Florida will
4 L The Easter Illy Is also a have the opportunity to use

common bulb which can be Christmas Seals and supportthe
planted !In November and expected fight against lung disease,"
to flower mainly April the chairman Bald
May and June.
I- rellaNO ..-.aG Another excellent bulb for Since 1907 the Christmas Seal
the home garden Is the gladlo- has been a part of America's
lus. In southern Florida holiday tradition, and has madeIt
: l Nrw roil i Nrw t// I the
7 \ uno cr to \l '" possible to raise millions
I awe C t III I'j + L/ "' corms are planted from Sep- many
qqq: -,( t jr t 1.aq 01/r1 ? 'F I I /, tember through February. In of dollars for the fight
aW northern Florida, delay plant- against asthma, emphysema,
Ing until January or February. tuberculosis, air pollution and

About three months after plantIng smoking
1 I T you will be rewarded witha

Chef Mo J.I M2I beautlftil mass of color. Christmas Seal funds are

6eaeral Electricor Amaryllis bulbs can also be used for programs of education
,,, ; t planted In the winter. Many varieties -
Heavy Duty foil d II and research. Emphysema
Electric available in
x + 'l 11J Knires are colon deaths are doubling every year ."
., : I from white to dark red and
-- ,,. w, $ Aluminum Foil and chronic lung disease disables :
,, Roasters
IlnutAIIIm, f/.NwJM I r, Portable Hand MixersSuper >In striped colors. Planting bulbs over a million Americana "
at Intervals of several weeks
19" Lovee ''T i .18"1125'. Ideal for pan a aluminum strength. ,, .Bosh come in whit. and from November to February annually. ",

lining & roosting, A. 17x23x3". RoastsuptolS will give a succession of bloom
avocado and hare 1 Yr
Drink & Wet Dolls ,W tI e Cooking instructions & B. 182x14x4" oval roasts up to a I I Guarantee from spring to summer The Christmas Seal Association -
I time table IncludodSAVE 20 Ibs. wa* 78e i In you want to try to grow requests that donors make

e Life like hair. Parry t ii/ ..NOW 67* +i tulips or hyacinths, they will sure to return the mailing label -
,r dress. With bottle. SAV! 117. y 207: SAVE 19T SAVE 4.00e need a cold-treatment. Bulbs with their contribution In

Beautifully packaged. should be stored In a refrigerator order to be sure that proper
White colored. Dlacounr (not a freezer) for about credit Is given. !If the same
or, Mad.l EeII P,1a.Wae. 60 days at 40 degrees or 120 person receives two appeal let

DI.co"n' BI Our Dlaewnr days at 50 degrees Plant bulbs ters both labels should be returned -
Our Plicaunt"PrlcaWo.JJ.J3 Wae. Prtca woo ..11,96'Plc. Immediately after the cold with one marked a duplicate -

,A9f .58C treatment. Delay will resultIn so that the error can
poor Dowering be corrected.

e '
Doll Riot! B,

A. Food Choppers -. ,

Br '" 'A. Melissa Fashion _
Slices & dices.
a wedges y. 1Tti
a Fashion Doll Saves hours of time. 1 CommunityNews

rr 11'.". Dr...obla. II SAVE 20% 4 d / ..

B. 11" Frannie ;,,, ? V n -
Doll r Pte. ',

Adorably d.d. w' I ,' t
4rJ6 _
Discount PrlcaWa
J.22..NOW 1.00 i61D '' 13 Oz. Nut House A,

SAVE 18%, \, A. =PihiAPP: .. Mixed Nuts
( E-Z Por Foil -
C. PVC Carry i i'f Assotment Eagle Pineapple Cashews Braz. By ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER

Doll .- nuts, almonds, etc,
,, Bag / Sliced or crushed.
g, w' .
A. p Porcelain
Tiny, ward *tIn r Oven Liner ft. In heavy Enameled
Z.pp.r.d window* e YOUR 8.8'0" Square 20 syrup SAVE 28% Roaster Assortment DELL CHAPTER OES Greater Bethlehem Freewill
rpu oz.
with hand strap. CHOICE! Coke Pani, Dell Chapter 168 will hold Baptist Church Is operating a
r i C, Loaf Pans.* oI"A.. Oval I with !Its Kiddie
D. 12" JOnny C. roaster regular meeting Thursday Kollege Nursery School
D, Burner Bibs. 111: lid. Holds up to 4 night, No.,. I 16. at 8:00: p.m. In with hours from 7 amto 5
p 4 Strong! ?Doll |V1 ,Ekta'9" x 4" I r Ibs./ fowl, 7 Ib. the Masonic lrall on Brownkte .. ..twn. There., will be learning:\ ,,
rr Action FII'u \
with movabla arm*, r 9" p'Xlnfin < ed to )please"I .'be'$resenf and on' I"daily. Itq'pi'Mehtoenrollyour '
i 'T f I 'e Boilt-in well,
rNA'rw6robldwui.l; } Many Mare! gravy
I *
time Business of vital child call 964-8866. between
"If Importance -
I .. bartdobla knoa ,-(i (, !. B. Lar,. it........,with lid .. '
t _. and onkta*. '' SAVI 24%' v .,.-. 'r r holds up t 11 lb awl 7 a.m. and 5 pjn.
D, ('yop, :: < ar 18 Ib. '.'.' ... J.54

C'F, E' { ',,or' C. Op.n Rooit.r hold up to 21 Ibl. (awl. CHURCH NEWS Ebenezer Baptist Church,
,' + Dloewnt l'ads' ., U .Ib, ?.., I.J6 Rev. Leroy Davis pastor)
'e% + SAVE 23% r Greater Bethlehem FreewillBapti.t
,0r,, Services will with Sunday
/ / 4 Pnea woo ,, Church Rev begin
.74C&1bd r 'Iv' School at 9:45. Morning
o pastor) Choir No. 2
Service at 11. service
Evening ,
and Ushers Board No. 3 meet
7 Oz
Our Discount' PricvW..1.26T 6 p.m. All members and fri-
"' each Monday night at 6:30:
a r1 o MJr' : d ends Invited to attend.
Tuesday night Senior Choir
Greater Allen Chapel AME
Deer Imported rehearsal Wednesday night
l'2Lbs. ParkCookie J ,
r' : Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins
,.,._. Assortment Olives ;",I ,: s Set 0'' Fire King Prayer Meeting. Thursday tor. Sunday School will beginat pas)
Ovenware TrioWTeflon night Ladles Circle meets at
v. r Individual{ cupped Pimiento, stuffed.. -. -- home of Mrs. Mary McCloud. 10 a.m. Morning service at

l -rows of assorted Ideal (for holidays.Product \, fy\iX i .' II Friday night the pastor) and II. Choir Union, 3 pjn. Even-
{s Danish cookies of I Portugal I A. ry..) A..1 .'.",t round congregation will render services Ing service, 5:30. All mem- I
ben are Invited to attend and
'I' h at Free Caanan Church.
-..= with all activities of
f cooperate:
i I ) Z jlr-.. ...".:....'\ ,see-thru, knob Sunday Is Pastoral Day. Sun the church. I
:.... :::: ru : ...'r'l \P handled ltd day services will begin with
Rev. Jenkins
will close out
:l ... 'VJ -' School i
Sunday at 9:30. Morn-
:;' B.Ctovol' the conference and ,. I
1"" ) year Sunday
Battery operated twin train 38 PC. e> ."....: -J casserole with ing service at 11. Evening service will be attending In Jacksonville -
2 Lbs. Festival B, 6 p.m. Visitors always
with -
set 2 locomotives, Train Sets .' sea-thru, au welcome. Nov. 21-24.
'freight car, tank, Fruit Cakes
gas ,-,- -, gratin lid.
caboose, etc.. Uses I 'C' 26-Pc. Punchbowl Sets } embossed :... C 8"x8" baker _. .
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battery Ideal for
.. Holidays
SAVE l.OS < .rt '. .. SAVE 2.03
canary N..lncl"d.d matched 5 0%. cups, one .,,- '0)" .J
a The New Navy
plastic ladle & t 12 cup y{ "1.

hooks. Our Dltcount Prlci ImI C. Our Df.caimi Ptlc DI It's' a great experience

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10 Trikes J
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16-Pc. SetMelamine "f 'r't'- cook, hamslicing i ,
Modern Salt & Pepper Sets / ,
Single backbone 'frame, rTexa: NOSE a Ironstone Turkey Platters utility and
rowruaA. yew' Chrome and ebony, 1
Nylon bearing pedal slicer'
ea: dinner roast
wheel. Chrome plated SAVe : 16" X 12" % modewtahakersles and .r, 1r
I.4 cups, 167 ; SAVE 31 .SAVE 27%
handle bars & fenders. Scenic ,
and l design
A hostess ,.. ,
red frame e ;
Flamboyant colors '
bowls. e Holiday
and I fork.Stamped. Gift Ideal"a .
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Coby free. '
Honda Pedal Cars I Packed Eagle AC'DC Portable Radios to worry about being abla to afford It. With 30 days
a dozen American Made ornaments
e Hi-impoct plastic with pedal drive to add beauty to your in storage U.L. Approved Add Lamps plug burn Solid State Instant Sound. Leatherette paid vacation a year and pay that starts at $I8L a

and 14" chrome sissy bar ond.chrome tree and Holiday decorations chest carton independently -on case & handle. Automatic frequency month they can live, visit or work In please' Ilk. Spain,
handle bar with streamer 22 long. .American SAVE 13% control telescopic rod antenna
Shiny Europ.; Japan, Australia and many other placas yow'va

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; : Attend District Threatens Take Mayor

ilmi::: ::: By Linda Wharton :::::
i >' 1!:i:; Keystone t Hilites I J>hone473-4907 ::,!,:!: FHA Meeting

I I'::::;: or 473-4648. ;: \1 Vetoed

stone On Saturday girls attended Nov.4 the, five District Key To Court If New Tax

WOMAN'S CLUB meeting at the Ed Wldte High
The annual Thanksgiving Food School In Jacksonville the Council during the courseof
They threat to take Mayor Ray jury received In an eightfootfall however, that the co-op statement
Starnes said
the meeting,
Sale will be held Nov. 21 at Jackie Down ie
O Debbie Starnes to court because. of from a ladder at his home was "on the tape" and "As Mayor, I plan to veto
the Keystone -
front of
8:30 a.m. In e Beaver, Nancy Padgett, the
an alleged"cannlctotintenet"It : recently. he would play It back
Water Works office on Cheryl Padgett, and Renee Che- this new law within ten day
he vetoes the city' In the sharp exchange: that Mayor, if necessary.Following .
unless majority of the citizens -
in a
Lawrence Blvd. Keystone J lette, under the sponsorship of
followed meeting,
five per' cent overall utility Fox's statement, the protest this decision. I
Heights. Mrs. Rita Walker.
Woman's Club tax was made at Tuesday Starne denied that he had an Starnes told Fox he was not have based decision on the
The Keystone District officer were elect my
night's Council Interest In business that over the matter, but that
meeting by any angry
held their monthly luncheon and ed and installed following
by an impres-
Chairman Everett R. would be affected the he felt "let down" because
card party Friday, Nov. 10. sive candlelight ceremony. A ; Fox. by tax had "I. The present budget 1 I.
except of. few the first time he
ownership this
Chairman and hostesses for adequate for 840 people.
song festwaa presented by Fletcher "I'm going to take you to shares In the Keystone State been accused of not doing what "
The Income from
the occasion were Mrs. E. A. Junior High, and a skit 2. pre-
court. I think
you have a Bank. right for the city.:
.1101 was
Dempsey, Mrs. Ralph Griffin, presented by Nassau County conflict of Interest," Fox said Fox disputed this statement sent sources will exceed the
Mrs. F. Stephens, Mrs. Nell FHA Club on degree work. budget.
after Starnes announced: his Intention saying that at meetIng Fox later The
a previous told Telegraphthat Federal Revenue Shar-
Mrs. F. Guetermann 3.
Grayson, Mrs. Powers, a local woman
to veto the tax ordin-
Starnes had said the director if
Starnes vetoes the ord-
Mrs. II. Driscoll and Mrs. Jay attorney, an Inspiring talk ing has been enacted to lighten -
gave .
Ellis. on "Women and Careers" and ance which had just been approved of "the egg coop"had inance, as announced he (Fox) the burden on our city tax-
on Its second reading delegated him to representthem will call a special meeting of.
the most recent laws that payers.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE had gave been made to affect wo by the three Councilmen pre- In opposing the tax. the Council and file suit if the "4. A tax law without a ceil-
I Winners of the duplicate sent: Chairman Fox Vergle .Starnes denied this, saying that other members back him up. Ing is not good for the tax-
men. Homer, and Roy Watkln*.Councilman he had said he represented In a letter addressed to "the "
bridge held on Tuesday From L.ft Alice Each club took a handmade
game : VoyU, President Woman'spub payer.
Gay Livingston was absent all businesses" !In his fight voters and of
Nov. 7, at the MolroseWoman's Item for door with Key- taxpayers Key- Starnes also said: "Actual
Of Keystone Heights; Mrs. Alice Klrtley, President prizes due to: a serious back InEngineers- against the tax. Fox declared stone Heights" and read to
Club were: first Mrs. Junior Woman's stone taking ceramic item and income for the City has exceeded -
I Roland Bryan and Mrs. C. V. Keystone Height; Mrs, Phy. winning a hat made from Clorox the budget estimatesof
Horne with 68 points; second, Hi* Ncvint, District Junior Director; And Mrs. Jean Mc bottles with crotcheted edges 197172. There I Is no doubtin

Mrs. Bill Bartlett and Mrs. Coy, Junior Stat. Horn Life Chairman. made by the Fernandlna Beach Advise Borrowing my mind that the budgetfor

+ Francis Mierlck with 65 points; FHA Club. 1973 will also be exceeded

I third, Mrs. M Bachmann and without any change in the city

Mrs. Ray Becker, 57-1/2 points; Keystone Junior Club Host Funds Now For Sewer ProjectA tax structure. This Increase
and fourth Mrs. Tom Teamster amounts to 45: % in two years.

and Mrs. Ann James with To District 5 Junior DayThe NEWS NOTESBy The present expenditures a-
56-1/2 points. recommendation that the with the project now would enhance -Agreed to spend up to $1,000for mount to approximately,$100
City of Keystone Height bor- the city's eligibility for Improvements to the ten- of the
Heights JuniorWoman's Woman's Club of Keystone Helen V. tgmn; per person for all pea
LADIES GOLF ASSN.; row money to proceed with an FHA or EPA grant In the nis courts and other facilities ple in Keystone Heights. I feel
Dis- and Dodie Koons Key-
Club hosted the Heights ,
; 'at the city park, if someone
The ladles enjoyed a Flag construction of a ser sys- future. that this expenditure Is adequate -
Tournament on their last Ladies trict Five Junior Day on Wed- stone Heights Juniors'Sponsor.Ann tem now, In order to avoid future The engineers said they were could be found to bid on the for all of the essential
the club- theme of ,
The Raggedy
nesday, Nov. 8, at i FELLOWSHIP CLUBOn
Colt; (Hay, Thursday, Nov. house. Clubs In Gainesville this year's Junior Mascot, was spiraling costs was made only making this suggestion for work.Granted services supplied by the City."
.. 9, with Vesta Alkcn carryingher to the City Council Tuesday the Council to "think over" Mayor Starnes request Businessman AI Watson also
flag/ the farthest. Virginia IXmnellon, WIlliston, Crystal carried out in decorating the Thursday, Nov. 9, members night by Sverdrup A Parceland while they were completing the to spend $300, previously spoke against the tax, sayingIt
River and Ocala were repre- clubhouse. Group of the Keystone Height Associates Gainesvillefirm sewer system study. budgeted, for expansion of the
Corey came In second, Just would bring in only about
sented. Registration began at held concerning problemswith Fellowship Club enjoyed a revered of In other action city's Christmas street decorations -
six inches behind Voncil. I.ow consulting engineers. Tuesday night, $1,500 more to the city than
9 followed by a hospitality which all
a.m. dish luncheon, and the .
for the In another report the firm the Council:
putts day was won by the present tax.
Zee Tolles with 32. hour. Keystone Junior Pre are faced. This was followedby nomination of officers for the set the value of the KeystoneWater -Approved Airport Chairman -Approved the first readingof Fox replied that the additional -
sident Alice Klrtley gave the a delicious luncheon. 1973 calendar year. Due to Illness Roy Watkins' recommendationthat an ordinance presented by
will Company at
Thursday, Nov. Ifi, there $98,700 less revenue was not the only
be a Best Ball; of a twosomu welcome. Phyllis Nevins, DIstrict group was entertained Vice Presidentand by Mrs. of the past ten days cf $2,400 which 1* needed to be $1.440 in Airport funds be Marilyn Mullls rangernaturalist reason for the new tax, but
Junior Director Josephine Reed.
Tournament for the ladles. Five presided Cashier of the Keystone Julius Hanson retiring treasurer expanded now for renovation, extended for purchase of at Gold Head Branch State that the present tax is unfairin
There will bo no play the at the meeting. Special he and Fern did not attend the engineers said. 200,000 pine seedlings. Park, as a sanctuary and reserve taxing only two utilities instead -
guests included Jean McCoy, State Bank, accompanied by the luncheon, but came for
The value of any plant) shouldbe -Authorized the expenditureof for birds and native fur- of all of them.
(Cont. To Next Junior State Home Life Chair- Mrs. Betty Sikes. the program and business ses bearing animals. Final action
Page) based on Its earning capacity up to $200 for runway light- At present the city leviesa
Alice President, The regular business meetIngs -
man; Voyles, slon. Those attending decided will be taken after the second
at the
I of the Keystone Heights the engineer said, and ing Airport, includinga ten per cent tax on water
that as this was Thanksgiving explained that they had arrivedat new beacon and wlndsocketa. reading next month. and electricity with a $1 per
Juniors held Thursday,
was month, that the usual Game the $98,700 figure by taking -Heard Watkins report that -Delayed until the December month maximum on each. The
Nov. 9. The program on Day would be deleted for both four of the court had rendered judg- meeting action on approval ofa
a year average gross new tax would be five per cent,
Arts was presented by Mrs. November and December, as the revenue based on 600 connections ment In favor of the City In Cable TV franchise, due to and would be levied on all
THANK YOU Clifford Bullock, who gave a regular fourth Thursday is too the of LivIngston
Informative talk on depression and deducting expensesto the suit against L. J. Kite absence Councilman utilities, Including telephones
very close to the holidays. find. the net amount that for timber cut at the Airport. and would have no maximum.
glass. Mrs. Lillie Roberts, 2nd Vice could: be used to pay for the -Announced that bids would
The members discussed their Sunland preparations President was asked to be system and take care of replacement be received at the January
for chairman for the Christmas costa.The meeting on cutting more tim-
"it! Christmas Party to be held meeting, which will be an afternoon
$ city had the ber at the Airport.
; ? employed
: ; 'rtf early in December at their
affair. Several mem- NOW OPEN
s engineer to make a study of -Accepted an offer of Brad-

sponsored They also cottage.decided that representation bers offered to assist her. the water system and fix a value ley & Triplett, Green Cove
The Nominating Chairman, to be used In future negotiations Springs, to do the 1971.72 audit -
at the next City Coun- Mrs. Emily Ison (Hess, reported -
with the owners for of the city for $950.
cil meeting will help supportthe as follows: President, Les- possible purchase of the uti- -Agreed to post for 30 days KEYSTONE
ordinance to make Keystone ter Sheets; 1st >Ice President, lity by the city.In the request of R. T. Lovornfor

..4I Heights a Wild Life S.mctuary. Mrs. Fern Hanson; 2nd Vice, the matter of the proposed closing a short street in
Another matter that the group Mrs. Lillie Roberta; Treasurer which back of the drive-in theatre.
will take before the Council
week Is their desire to Grover Ba jam; Secretary, is believed the city will be -Granted request by Pat Ogle-
next Jacob Hess; and Corresponding forced Install within sby of the Junior Woman's Club
to the next
sponsor the first annual Santa CLOSED[: SUN- & MON.
Parade In Sec. Mrs. Emily Hess The five years, the engineers said for permission to stage a
Claus Keystone
I Heights. report was approved.The their study had not been com- Christmas Parade at 10 a.m. HIGHWAY, 21 N. KEYSTONK:
date for the next regular For on December 9.
pleted. purposes of discussion -
Guests attending the meeting meeting will be December 14,at
however they tookan HOURS
included Mrs. Gerald Laurin, :
the Lions Club BldR.. time to
estimated of $1 million !
John Mrs. Donald Suber, and Mrs. ,, be anounced later.Installation "out of the figure air." and saidphiltycauia.elher K.H.S.Activities', 'ih9Y. i, ,I'" '/8:00 TO, S00:

yitif t t Ryan. '?" of offices,jI.\"" .)Win- 'be, ,...bold..thenTwfit. ...'. ',, TrraiVMELRfJfe'AARPr r : $: : alt.,backl' '" "i'' .."!" ,
# "
_--: \"'" ; and wait' for a possible Fed-;
E1 STHICKLER-WOLFS: 4 r f I I era!' grant In the next three'

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Under the sponsorship of the year or so, or go ahead and
Melrose Community Chapter of HIGH SCHOOL GARDEN CLUB
Strickler announce the engage- borrow the money to get the
AARP, and leadership of Jerry started The High School Garden Club
ment and approaching marriageof project now. KEYSTONE MELROSE
their daughter Elise Irene, May, as tour conductor, 92 They recommended the lat- met Oct. 31 In the Home EC -

I sincerely appreciate the confidence shown by your vole to William Monroe Wolfe, Jr., members ard friends, In two ter alternative saying that the room with Mrs. Miller Wrinkle
nnJ support in the iencml; Election.I : son of Rev. and Mrs. W.M.: large Trailways Buses, met amount paid In Interest on the and Mr. Kenneth Reighard giving BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S

I will continue to handle all matters coming before the Wolfe, Sr. of Keystone Heights.The on November 10 at the 'aatshHouse loan would be offset by the Instruction and plant. for

commission in a businesslike manner for the best Interest young couple will exchange of Episcopal Church to expected 25% Increase In cost 'making dish gardent Each
of all of our citizens. marriage vows at St. board buses for an all day trip during the next three year student prepared a dish gardento SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN
James United Methodist to Disney World. The ViJtness due to .the annual rate of In- either use at home or In

Sincerely, Church, 400 Reid Street In Pa- of this new and fantastic mar- flation., various rooms at school. .,t.fe HARDWARE
latka at 7:30 p.m., Saturday,. vel, meant that tour folk foundIt They said that going ahead On November 1, the High SLIMS tI? .V
November 25. more advantageous to go In School Gardeners set out plants AND'

All friends and relative of the around the gymnasium, which Fish -'N''- Stuff
o OLIN S. HOWARD JR. couple are Invited to attend (Cont. To Next Page) were donated by Mrs. Ruth
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Greeson and other Garden Club Live Bait A complete line of Hdw.
The Rotary Club met Fri- members. Cricket sShinnersWormsMinnow BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS

day, Nov. 10, with an m interacting ADULT SEWING CLASSESThe Plumbing' & Electrical Supp.

Clay County Comuiisstor' riMr1'x and entertaining program Adult consumer education TACKLE-RODS-REELS Gro-Tone Fertilizers

presented by Joe Dower. Joe and sewing class meetsIn Inuctlcld.sLumber
I was with the Laurence Welk the Home EC Departmenton FISHING & HUNTING & Building Material
Band for many years and 1* LICENSES AMMUNITIONICE
District 3 3' now retired and make Ms homein Tuesday members nights.are enrolled Twentyseven and- Hwy. 21 N. 200 yd* From Light

Keystone. He presented an are urged to attend regularlyto Keystone H9t. 473.4357 Keystone Height 473.3663TELEVISIONAIR
entertaining program of magictricks.
avoid missing various demonstrations -
x and consumer FURNITUREGIFTSLake COND.rarrraa.
education topics. .
Guests attending the programand Mr*. Miller Wrinkle recently Geneva TV Service Center

................_..._.........._._. luncheon were Mr. and presented her "Interior De-
Mr. Starnes
Ray Mr, and
-r, Mc6lave. cor" Items and discussed var-
Mrs. Charles Mr. Furniture QuasarTV
(::J1 i ious ways they can be used
a;;-r.-". and Mrs. Frank Walrath. Mrs.
.!) Myron Prevatt, t "Buying Wigs and Wiglets"will
= Gift & Candle Shop STERO
!!:IJ Tolles Mr ermines be given soon by Mrs.
::.I Ci: Ruth Beck Dot's Sa CAR AND PORTABLE
of Beauty
: :!J j hee, Mr. Wally Muhlhofer and
!J (Ej 1l1j! her sitter, Mr. Dorothy Ba-
ffij@]]@1CUJ] der, Mr*. Huntley Redfearn. Furniture For Every Taste ANDRESIDENTIAL

i .!J @:])WJ@D: [0.) : I Sr., Mrs. Stewart McCord and ART CLASSAn And Purse
: :!J@II@])mJlTIlcrn her two children Kerry and Art Class Is being held AIR CONDITION ING
']J IEll 0o I mJlTIlcrn +t Peter Mrs. E. A. Rushton, on Tuesday nights sponsoredby See Our Candle Display
S J[!1JJ[ : [fiJ 1I Mr*. ames Wharton and daughter Mrs. SandI wllcox. Enroll- Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva SALES & SERVICE
iJilJ[ Laurie., ment 1* open to the public. High,
: !lEll J[[ !:!! 00 l" Eiffel Town School students, Interested In 1 MI. East of K.y stone Hg ts.JEL KEYSTONE 473-1651

1 ? [[!J e Boy Scout Troop 105, which art are also welcome.
,1 i o1 There la a registration fee of' ESTATERichard MOBILE HOME
Is sponsored by the Rotary
o .0 at 'Gay Paree' Theme Is Used clubJtad three representatives. $2. Class Curriculum: Includes

il! '- Bob and Jeff Sander and Ben drawing with various media In T. Lovorn Want to sell your Mobile
I and other of
At Annual Church BazaarThe painting, any area
00iiEJJ Snow with their leader, Bill Home? If have
I the art*. Rag. Real Estate Broker you e buyer.Mobile ,
Warren and
0 Joe Henkle.
Home Broker will
[! I i iI
I Community Church Women ,.I -- --- -- O 0 ... LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and -t
SS had a record crowd attend 1) :" insurance details
for brok- *
their annual Bazaar on Nov. 3. RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE: a
The Parisian theme was car- t tI : '; stage fee of 10% of the selling J

I I ried throughout the Bazaar with t price. For more InformaS

Your Valuables Deserve to s French Poodles at the entrance, APPRAISALS lion coil |

red and white checkered table ThankYou ..
: clothes covering the tables In t Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MOBILE HOME BROKERS J
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX the Cafe de Paris The Eiffel : ...

j Tower was not left out of the Edna Knepper Assoc., RT. 1 BOX 350 J
J decorations and took its placeIn ,
Safeguard documents and other the center of the busy street t 473-4111 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666 jj

valuables against possible fire theft shops Mrs.John Rufflnl should .
Martha Aitoc.

and loss with a Safety Deposit box. l- be she commended and her committee on the fine did Job on t To All The Voters' Ity t tIn 473-3362, PHONE 475-1751 r\

the beautiful decorations u they !I!
Our rental rates are reasonableand made you feel as If you wereright BEAUTY SHOP i

the peace of mind divine. In the middle of "Gay t LEONARD'SOUTBOARD ":
Parse ClaYCounHOMER N ell'8
I- The shoppers' enjoyed the :
i Savings Checking Accounts luncheon prepared and servedby Beauty Style Shop :'SHOP :.
Homo and Personal' Loans committee.Mrs. Ray Farris and. her I "for a lovelier .. .

Mrs. Roy Turknett, chair- you :

I man for the Baxaar,was assisted Phen.473.221 '
by the fine committees she t fohnson Motors
STATE BANK elected, and for the great success NEWELLDEM. : Between
of the Bazaar. I; SALES & SERVICE f

Member FJD.LC. Keystone Height, FU. Mrs. Ernest McLean president t Keystone .
and the club member GLASTRON AND
"Yoar Friendly Bank In Your Friendly' I IPa wish to" thank all their friend Height I andMelrese .,. CHECKMATE 5
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Community. and neighbors for their patron- J -os::: .

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Hilites/ I News' ..C-4. BBS Highlights

__ ___n_ By Hslra Egan Jim Johns, Secretary Landa II the 5th consecutive year
Pep loomed at the BUS pep doing cheer. and yells.; band has made
the superior.
From .
(Cont. Preceding Pago) and Mrs. James Eckles of Beaver rally Friday u students displayed Cindy Mitchell Thorton. Treasurer Debbie
(Cent. From. ) Scott. A meeting was held
Falls, P..'The Scriptureshave Preceding Page
their spirit by cheeringfor
following Thursday as it will November 8 and plans were Ann Starling
be Thanksgiving. Just returned home after the fighting Tornadoes.The The Camera Club' Is planninga
a six-week trip. small group, rejoining tour maa program of exchange of Week"award made for future field trips and
"Spirit of the to Augustine\ Wednesday -
personnel at S forth, bus attending some court sessions. Bradford High( School's PTA
Last Friday nigH Mr. and pun. homemade gifts. This is a reminder -
: given to a large IS at 8:30
was Nov. a.m.
4-H CLUB ORGANIZEDFOR Club will meet twicea will meet Monday night Nov
Mrs. Don GotUob, Mr.and Mrs. for members to get
KEYSTONE Hugh Edwards and daughter trip home. Everyone wu o busy and make an attractive group of Bradford High girls They plan to eat lunch there, month, one Wednesday at ember 20, at 7:30 p.m. In flu)
The formed 4-H prompt 10 delighted with the who displayed the most school after taking a few pictures. school and Thursday at 7 p.m. English Building.E.W. .
newly Club Shelly, Mr. and Mrs Ray Crab- gtft-and to the annual club The
spirit the week Parents have been
entire program, that In one bus tobe Linda Brown Hodges will be installed
held their first meeting Tuesday tree, Mrs. Lois Walker Mr. Bazaar held on December cheerleaders
night, Nov. 7, at the Com- and Mrs. Jim Wharton and they burst Into song, which 2 at the Clubhouse. by ladder come along as chaperones. as president of this year's organization -
displaying spirit Interested In becoming
a Anyone
though tired, tome with growing Following the Installation -
Defensive Driving
munity Educational daughter, Kathy and Laurie, A workshop wu well attendedon where the individual classes member of the Cameral Club
Building with an attendance of drove to Palauta and enjoyed pains, for older folk we November 9, when members competed against each other a should contact Pres. Steve That was the main topic of officers,Mr.Randy;
18 members dinner at the Crab Pot. We would call groaning pains, arrived made articles for the Bazaar. Crawford the Mr. the two day Drivers improve- Newland will give a report to
Officers were elected as follows watched the crabs being para- home lately to rememberand or sponsor, ment Course. The course was the parents on our "Southern

: Jackie Rivers president] Uzed, cleaned and cooked and talk about the Journey, and Whalen. Wanda Lindsay given to the Drivers Educa- Association Evaluation" this
Jeff Sanders, vice-president; ate till we were all stuffed. to hope for more like experi- tion students at B.H.S. on No- year.

Chase Morgan, seoretary;Bob Mr. and Mrs. Eric Red- ences. OurNatural FBLA eating. sIYa.v1FDI.A vember 9 and 10, not only to Parents will be given an opportunity -
by Rivers, treasurer; Annette fearn and Mr. and Mrs. Herb The Melrose Community V luncheon show drivers how to drive safe- to visit with their

Walker, songleader and Scott Nelson, Jr. have Just returned Chapter was organized In April .': has It's planned activities.a The ly but also to drive defensively childs' teacher after this re-
Morgan recreational leader. from a trip to Tahiti. They left 1972, and temporary officers WORLD to spice up It was Instructed by Mr. Skel- port. Please try to attend this
scheduled today Nov.
have been serving untUJanuary luncheon Truck Dri- meeting (Charles Francis)BHS
The appointed committee and .Thursday a week ago from ton, who Is also the
16 .will be held at the Holiday
Tampa and spent eight days on 1973. The nominating Committee By Marilyn MullisNaturalist ving Instructor at the Vo.Tech. _.Principal.. _
officers met Monday at the last month, consisting Inn. It will be highlightedby Certificates will be given to
the Island deep sea fishing,
school to plan a cook-out which Donald McHea chairman and a guest speaker, Mrs.
the studo'its' to show' that they
will be announced at a later snorkeling along the reefs and Walter Greaves and Jerry May, Margaret Miller, assistant have passed the course and the Old %:m& ;
enjoyed many of the activities the Gold Head Branch State Pork cashier at fie Commu.ilty Bank
reported that as pro-tern examination.
dame Interested In joining of the Island. of Starke. All members who
officers were elected to serve Brenda Holmes
this 4-H Club, under the direction Mr. and Mrs. Frank Qgen until the Annual Meeting In December wish to attend the banquet are '
of Mr. and Mrs Dick have returned from a week'strip to $2 fee for r12 0O
that the current slate required pay a BUS band students: are proudto
Durbln.. Is welcome. Watch for out-of-town, combining be elected to serve a full year. The sandy beaches of Flo- which are closely related to their meal. announce the results of Satur-
the next meeting time or con- business and pleasure. They The officers were therefore unanimously rida attract millions of visitors frogs. Pocket gophers were Debbie ThomasSet day's marching contest. Our
attended the Florida Association
tact either of the above. Con-- elected: President, each year, but many of once called: sandy mounders band received a straight superIor U"Itush
Community; College R.F. Simmons Vice-President, these sand dunes have long by some and this was mistak-
COMMUNITY CHURCHWOMENThe ference In Disney World and Murray Slpprell; Secretary, since forgotten the sound of enly Interpreted as salaman down In BUS history, the Bradford rating. High was the only
then went on to Clearwater
women of the Community Edward Longnecker;Treasurer crashing waves. As the sea ders. elected officers: of the History band in the B. classificationto hour on a freeway in
Church will hold their reg- where they enjoyed five lots daysof of Mrs. Christine Crawford., receded, It left many of these The gopher tortoise a dry Club this year are President make superior. This year the only thing that slop the
ular Circle meetings on Monday fishing, catching On Board of Directors: C.D. dunes stranded in the Inter- land turtle, digs an extensive Eddie Blalock, Vice-President v heels of *."

Nov 20, and Wednesday grouper The and Keystone king fish.High School Gum, E.W. Revels,E.B. Perry, ior portion of the state. tunnel and seeks safety there _progreM.. L'h.__.__'__

Nov. 22.Naomi. Band traveled to Gainesville and Wadle Carter of Melrosearea This area In which we live leaves during his the night hours. He ************************
home in the
at the home of Mrs. Ethel Is located on these ancient dunesIn mornIng -
Fred Smith, I p.m. this past weekend where 25 ; Mrs. Welch of Wal- an area that is known as to feed on fruits and leaves *
do and Helen *
Mrs. V. Egan of
bands the
of Mrs' from surrounding the central Rain- of the The fruitsof
Ruth, at the home : highlands. ground plants.
Walter Crollck. I p.m. counties participated In a con- Keystone Heights. water that falls here, seeps the cactus is quite succulent *
Today-November 18 the
Martha, at the home of Elsie test, being Judged as Superior, Chapter will hold Its monthly, through the sandy soil and flows and is highly desired. The gopher *
Excellent, Good, Fair, and
into tortoise's Is val-
Crist, 1 pm. with meeting at 11:30 (covered dish) underground channels. tunnel a
Poor. Keystone came home
Esther, at the home of Mrs. When these channels break uable part of the sandhill community -
at the Parish House In Melrose
Mike Redfearn 9:30: a.m. the rating of Good. Mrs. Dell, through the soil at the base ; for it Is also used by S
Programs beingplanned
director of the Keystone High SHe BACKED
Sarah, at the home of Mrs.E. School Band should be com- along with the Interest Groups of an old dune, the springs provide many other animal and Insect %
residents who must seek {
cool clear
N. DUfenbach, 9:30 a.m. water and our pro- r
mended for the great work she being arranged for by Mrs.
Rebecca, at the home of Mrs. many lakes are formed. tection from hot summer days
Martha TenEyck, and future
does with these youngsters.The .
These ancient and cold winter
sand dunes : nights.
Kenneth Cooper 8 p.m. are 4 INTO A
HunUey Ifedfearns, Sr. plans for the Interest and plea
now covered with Turkey Oaks
Madonna, at the Educational ,
traveled to Tampa last week- sure of the members will be
Building, Wednesday; 1 p.m. Long Leaf Pines and numerous Food Is abundant In the sand-
The alms and
end and attended the Tampa- announced. purposes -
Please attend your Circle Miami and Eric of a Chapter are sev- other plants that have adaptedto hill community.; The acorns POL IC E 1
game gave ,
meetings and make your attendance Mary, Herb and Charlotte a eral, all to aid Its members. the dry, sandy soil. This from the turkey oaks are plentiful !
100% to support your warm welcome back to the The Disney World trip was the habitat Is called the sandhill and provide food for flocks .
fine leaders. community. The young oaks turn of wild turkeys. These large CAR
states. first major project. The two their leaves sideways to reduce birds have suffered from hunting # ?
HERE' 'N THEREWe Mickey Brokas, son of Mr. Interest groups In the makingare the sun's Intense rays, pressures and land develop-

would like to welcome Elizabeth and Mrs. Alex Brokas, made Arts and Crafts, and Paint thus reducing moisture loss. ment. They require large a- *
last weekend when
Caughey from New headlines ings. Plans have been arrangedto Pine leaves have evolved into reas of undisturbed land In *
York to our community.; She his passing led his team, the hold the painting classes at slender needles to accomplish: which to roam and feed. Each It *
of Tennessee
University at
has recently purchased the the Melrose Homemakers Club, this purpose. The smaller new development decreased this 1 .*
Mannering house located across Chattanooga, to a win over Sou- with date to be announced soon. plants have extensive root sys- land available to them and their u, A

from the Community; Church. thern Mississippi. Congratulations tems for reaching into the soli numbers in turn decrease.Ten *

Nice to have you with us! to! Mickey on your fine KEYSTONE AREA AARP for moisture or contain their der foliage and acorns are eat- *

Sgt. Frank Hartley, brother playing Through the auspices of the own storage units for water en by the many deer that are *
:of Fran Turkentt and Dot Farris Community Church Board .of within their stems such as the found here and pine seeds provide *

has been dividing his leave Trustees, two meetings of Prickly Pear Cactus. food for fox squirrels as .." *
from the USAF' between his Sweet'N SourZucchini AARP Members of the Melrose The loose sandy soil her well as the common gray squir f

sisters and mother in Jackson- Chapter have been held for an permits numerous burrowing rels. *
'ville. He left November 6 fora informal and friendly get-ac- animals. Mounds of yellow sand The sandhill community, # *

tour of duty in Germany.Mrs. quainted session on Sept. 29 are the obvious signs of the teems with life and should be
Dorothy Bader of Chi- and October 27, with the next pocket gopher. This mammalIs appreciated for what it is. *

cago la visiting, her brother- get-together on December 1 at sometimes Incorrect! calleda Man must accept natural con- : At Times Like This It Is To Know
Educational Bldg. of salamander. Salamanders are Relaxing
in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. 1:30 at the ditions as they are and work # .
Wally Muhlhofer for a few salad oil Community Church. Light refreshments actually lizard-like amphibians with them., .:' ._ .u ,It pn***" Wnv'WI( lit J -I V <*. ,
weeks. Hope you have .ii.veer .; p41p7u'ppry' cornslarch I. will "be served by .y o,! u 1'' : .W *
nice time while U'W'tiItlng C V p Leah Geer and Mrs Lilly Havq
Mrs. .
you .. ,uio
in Keystone. 1 tablespoon sugars,<...,,.,""'t'r Roberts. TftJs group I.I called '1'r d rs( e ;: r r W5.oJ uT tlC_:Yf.4l. a. +, ;ay .! *

2 Iruspvons prcporod mustard : ,R. L.ll' ... .. ,.
AlC Glenn I'ew, son of Mrs. an auxiliary group of AARP ... .. ., .... .. FEDERAL *
Robert Lappe, stationed at Keo-, 1 tublviJpouii. Instant minced National members who pay no' I" # FIRST *

'sler Air _Force Base, is quitea onion dues to this group bath per

writer. He recently: did an 3/4 teaspoon salt member to the "parent" organization ., .. .... .. ... .. .-. 'Tn *
article In the Keesler News on 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt of Melrose Commu- Published by the American Medical Association # To Cover Emergency Expenses *
Project Transition, a program Dash pepper nity Chapter. Any Incidental
designed! to give men trainingfor incurred will be met *
1/2 cup water expenses "Sudden Infant death s>ndrome" piratory infection. It occurs! more
civilian occupation on their
a the colorful donationbox.
release from the service. 1/4 cup vinegar through (SIDS) is the name given to an often during,! colder weather, and *
a #
Cheryl Martin will be substituting 4 cups Florida zucchini, At. this December meeting elusive killer that claims between occasionally the infant had a snif SAVE REGULARLY, AND ENJOY PEACE OF MIND
McKee while bias-sliced 10.000 and 20.000 babies u year in fie or signs of a minor cold in the
for Cindy
Iris hoped that members will ABOUT FUNDS FOR EMERGENCIES AS WELL *
she recovers from surgery in 1 cup Florida celery, volunteer to act on commit- this country alone. Few people days preceding his death It Is *
the clinic: at Orange Park. Cindy bias-sliced tee's such as Telephone have heard of the rendition because definitely not caused by milk allergy FOR LONG RANGE PLANS. *
the school nurse! and 2 I very little is known about or some of the other real or
was Florida tomatoes, cut into and two members, Mrs. Gladys *
I am sure she would like to eights: Jennings, 473-4306 and Mrs. why these infants die. They seem imaginary conditions such deaths *

hear from all you kids at school, In medium skillet stir together Julia Smith, 473-3619 will keep quite well on being put to bed, have been attributed to in the Passbook 6 Month 1 Year 2 Year *
so drop her a get well card. members Informed. A transportation and are found dead without ammjjns pj.tIn Savings Certificates Certificates Certificatea *
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chap oil, cornstarch, sugar, committee Is essential of struggle: or of hating suffered addition to the tragedy of *

man of Woodbridge, Va. have onion, prepared mustard, salt, to Chapter members and any pain, losing these youngster, SIDS ,,5% 5.2% 5.75% 6% *

been recent guests of his bro- garlic,.salt and pepper. Addwater both the Melrose Chapter and Even coroners: and physicians) can bp far more devastating; for Per Annum I'.r \IInlim I'er" Annum P., An..... *
ther-in-law ans sister, Mr. and and vinegar; cook and the Keystone area group will ignorant I of current knowledge-( parents than losing( a child froma ., Qu.-.r'. Eurnlnlfn l1uB.I..ly .:II.nlll" Qu.rIerI'" E..rn'nlfll' q.llrC..I E.rnlne.zan .

Mrs. DwIght Arnold They alternate stir till mixture thickens and soon arrange for same. SIDS. han at times gone along better known disease. Because $ :lilli, 52.000 Wits. 55OOe Win Mln, *

their visits every year boils Until formal committees are with the idea that the parents the child had been so 3E' In..n'' Investment Investment $50,014),,...,,....., *
between the Arnolds and his Add zucchini and celery; arranged, from the Keystonearea were'guilly.: Mote than one moth. healthy they can't get It out of

other,sister, Mrs. Myron Pre- cook, covered- 7-8 minutes or two AXRP members have er has been Indicted for' manslaughter their minds that they are somehow *
vail. till vegetables are tender-. suffered Injuries from falls. when her child was in to blame If they heard the *
David LaValle's ninth grade crispt stirring Miss Elizabeth Dal)', a newcomer -. reality victim of this insidious child try In the night/ but didn'tgo Our Hourt: .
class took a Held trip to Silver )- Add tomatoes occasionally.and cook.cov..red to this area, fracturedher and puzzling disease to him, they are torn by re Man thru Th.... 5. *. N,3 p.m. *
shoulder In a fall In her SIDS occurs all over the \\oild morse. Friday.*. ;s;m e; 30 p m
Springs November 8 and : 2.3 minutes more or in from Other relatives and friends may
: home. Cheer cards: will reach Its victims! range age no
the 65 youngsters enjoyed! the till heated through. Makes 6 her addressed to Keystone more than a few days to as old as hesitate to accept a diagnosis they rrrr..rr. tL: '.. FIRST FEDERAL
Jungle Cruise and the demon- servings! Heights. nine months, though most are have never" heard of, and so *'

stration at Ross Allen's insti- :Mrs. Blanche, Cunningham, from four to six months old. The create a network of suspicion r Savings and Loan Association of Starke 4f
around the herea\ed by IlIll1
tute.Mrs. although not a chapter memberbut victims,! sometime are relatively parents
McNary's eighth grade a new member of AARP, undernourished, but this is by no implying that their carelessness ,.... ". *
World History Class enjoyeda on leaving, the Librarj where means the rule Also, SIDS tendsto rather than sickness, was at fault. 8 OO *
trip on October 26 to St. S.E. "MCKAY she served on the election boardon strike poorer families more WANT MOI //NCOHMATION' "The louse Of .Soring 315 W MADISONSST.. "'J.'L.'

Augustine where they visited :Nov. 7 fell and fracturedher often than rich families. though Wnl, Todo/'. Hfoltlt Mogojin, 335 N. ltt.o.1 ALSO SOON. KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS *
the Old Fort and Old Jail. REALTOR leg. She Is In Alachua again this it only a trend, O.orborn SI. Chicago /Illinois/ ; 40610'

ture Rev.of and Lake Mrs.Brooklyn Milton attendedthe Scrip Ht. 473-4816 General Julius Hospital Hanson hospital- The latest evidence suggests it i ************************** *
Keystone was may be related to a low-grade res
Prayer Conference of the ized for ten dare at the same,

Christian and Missionary Alliance HOMES ACREAGES hospital, but is at. home now.
Church at Toccoa, Ga. RENTALS Tit)the ca mtrary.; Electricity actually. ulp! .
From there, they were calledto : HOMEMAKERS: [ : CLUB
the qu.ilit tit !life. For example
Royal' Oak, Mich by the Mn. M.lbo llg.n 473-4740 The November-December -. -
sudden death of their son-in- ;. electricity i is necesiiiry to pmtr scvv.inetreiitmint (
: Homemakers
meetings of the -
law, Rev. Edmund Perkins. Col. J. Ch.ssington413.4679 Club will be held at .r, Plantcuuntle? ;.mti-pollu-

While north they visited their L.J. Robinson 475-1041 the Clubhouse on November 30 ., # '. tion JON! 'ices anti recycling; opir.inons,.
Rev. George Scripture In
Hamilton, Ohio, and their Potch.l Carr 473-4058 at 9:30: for both the business .': E.ruhmi: man Jape, ha. some, i im-

daughter and son-In-law Rev. meeting and the Annual Christ- '. ":.':3 :+ fact on the cm'ironment. mclutlmu the

,.', .;.?:, ;; production of electricity But electricity

*tA' cI .1 ... ", i is the cleanest.. fnerjou{ can use It

creates no pollution at the point of use,

KEYSTONE MERCHANTSOUR at6 .avl .and. lets us :nt FPL focus our antipollution -

7t e- / ,_, efforts.at. one point: the power. plant.
roo '
Pt ", '. .' 'h" And that's where were clln..tlntlywnrkinlf :

ADVERTISING REPRESEXT\TI\ \WILL\ BE IN KEYSTONE ; to better protect Flondv emi-

ronment. After :Ill, we live here ttx>.
FPL encourages! ; yon to' auk questins.
;, Ahtnu deilTiceTdce/ Rate. Enurori-
CAN ASSIST YOU AT ANOTHER TIME YOU \WISH. BUT I IN h ."+:. t mentulprurectiun.Oranthinuelse/ / II'e

AN ATTEMPT TO SAVE TIME AND GIVE THE MERCHANTS t UNTIL: 'a v w helteie you Jeseric honest c. srraii
THE LAST MINUTE TO GET THEIR-SPECIALS FOR THE WEEKEND yr When uardansuers>. Arujuetn toansue'rjour

READY WE FEEL THAT TUESDAY AFTERNOON \WILL WORK h > .T youproduce motfrequcntly/ -akedquetiunspuhlicly./ /

electricity: lAllutheTSaiHreceit'epersonalmplic5.// /
Address l /
your questions/ to

aren't you hurting FPL.ktnatger.u5 .



PHONE 944-6305 A 4 FPL answers



a Nov. 16. 1977I Tel..rl pKeystone '11 ,


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Dear Consumer: v

,/li,;; j!<'Anchor Mobile Homes

t & Check For SafetyBy S.

Virginia Knauer

..,,,. .'.. ..'. -:>. & : ,
---. .v.s-so.!<<.,"',,;,;,;:; >>; -O" ; '-' ''n.CI'II' : ;'(tir:;v4f>:;&:$: ,::'a,'i:>;;::;'.T..ofr:<<<<;;'; _
Special AmUtant to the President

and Director 8-TRACK New Tape WANTED Man for making col WANTED: Manager and attendant LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
Whit House Office of Consumer Affair CLASSIFIED AD RATES $29.95 at Dahmer's; DUeount.from,. i.nfOn'. lections. Prefer one 50-68 (or dealer) for &ipert st building& Country on: or Club for.ready tnve.tnienf"Lota for
Service Station In Starke. For
Deadline for Insertion Monday Stchg: 11/23 years old.Dahmer'l Discount
Most people don't realize how popular mobile 5 p.m. preceding Thursday, Mobile Homos) Hou... '2tchc: 11/16 more Information call 9649D5S and area larger.approximately Paved roads
the last few But before publication. FOR RENT- Trailer space on sjvares. Upe.
homes have become during years. SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDESExpando only 3 minutes from town.
production figures tell the story: 500,000 mobile private property.; Prefe..t.tted 19-INCH\ ZENITH Portable TV, Call 964-7701, 8 ajn. to 5 p.m.r .
couple, ladles or men. Rooms & Add a.s.r
Ilk* new, with new warantjr.;
home units were manufactured in the U.S. in 1971, Call 964-5690. lip On Rooms Only $75 at Dahnwr's Discount r tfchg

almost five times as many as in 1960. Today more Minimum Charge $1.75 Free Delivery and Set Up House. Btchg: 12/28 5 FOR SALE-Coastal Bale hay.
(Cover. 15 words) FOR SALE- 1956 CMC Pickup. .
than 7 million people live in mobile homes. Each word over 15, WAll !. I Runs good, $275. Call 964- 100 MILE RADIUS FOR RENT12' Registered Out of barn Angus or out calves.of the field Ph.
wide MobIle
Unfortunately, most people rapidly throughout tho lit rue.ture. Classified Ads must be ,, 8276 after 6 p.m. Itp BANK FINANCING home outaide'' city; limits. J. '1.iD]' 964-6114. J.B.. .White. tfchg1QKS

also don't realize Home of the In addition, mobile paid for In advance unless : FOR RENTAuto' and Welding HWY 17 NORTH. B. Whit Ph. 964-4116. If no "
P hazards' that can be associated homes often luck flrc-ro- you haw established account : ship fully equipped 301 S. of GREEN COVE 'answer call 964-8874.. tfchgBEDUCE I

with mobile home1 living HiHtnnt materials in the with The Telegraph, In hat : Starke. Ph. 964-7490. Itchg: T.I. 284.5001 264-7311 SALES-PARTS CHAMP
if proper attention IH not kitchen or around the fur. event 50C extra charge for sale & fast with Go- ,SERVICE
given to safety features. naoc huve improper, electli''' billing. Not responsible tor Bese Tablet ft E-Vap "water
If a mohilu home lan'tproperly cal. wiling, fir leek adequate errors when given ov.r'1IIe FOR SALE1967 Plymouth FOR SALEArgentina Hay. ph "-. Andrews Pharmacy. USED IMPORT CARS Homo and Building
A. B. Whitehead Jr Call 964- '
anchored. a hurricane means' of em-ape such nit. phone or when copy Is not typed Fury ilL 2 dr. hardtop V/8 5630 after 6 Itp 59 11/30 HARE, RED AUTO Materials'
or windstorm .ran haw emergency windows in lirillooniH. and brought to the office engine, power steering,air con-. p.m. -
lullltroulI> effects. For example ditioned. Ph. 473-4552. lip SPINET. CONSOLE PIANO may IMPOSTS, INC. ,- WE BUILD -
in AugiiHt 1971) Hurricane Legislation ,piexcntly in . Large boat, motor be purchased by small monthly
& trailer, reasonable 509 E. University/ "Your Plans Or Ours
Celia dumuKcd more ronjrreftH. would' create( n National FOR SALE1968 Chev. 3/4 very payments see It locally, write
than 7,000) mobile homes in Mobile Homo, SnfityHurwiu CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ton pickup, 8 cylinder, 4 speedtransmission Complete suit and solid oak other bedroom Cortland Music Company I, P.O. Galn.svllle.372.4373 Your Lot Or Ours.*' I
the vicinity of Corpus Christi : long wheel boa.Ph many piecesof Box 35, Cortland, Ohio, 44410
Texas, of which. almost in the HoUHing and $1,7Inch 473-4852. lIp furniture and used clothing 4tp 11/23 FREE ESTIMATES, I
of.fin(><> were total IOHNCX. Manyof Urban Development Depart. 2 Inch minimum -. $3.50 Underwood Motel 301 North. EARL'S' LAND Clearlng-Dlsc- Remodeling .
standards Ph. 9647139. Itp RepairsAdditions
Lilt homux were tipp'dov'r ment to require high PART OR FULL time employ- jag and Fill Dirt. Call after .
of safety in mobile _ .
or nuireied Hlrm-tiinil ment. Apply Holiday Inn of 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4ty 11/30
damage. from. the high wimlx, homo construction and main- Starke between 2:30 and 4 pjn.Itchg 0. C. Cirnts Nvrsary I JIMMY MOORE'S Homes Bought Sold
tenun('('. In the meantime, Memorials Resolutions Pro- Ser
Fir U a hazard in mobile : Cleaning TradedACREAGE'FOR
homes iMtuufMfew. homes you should shop selectively clamations. Card of Thanks Thousands of Plants SM ,Sports vice, Homes, trailers, autos,
have enclosed. wrens that inn if you are In the market for ".00 Minimum up' to 50 WILL baby sit In my home. Fruit Trees, Shade Trees, MORE BOAT FOR trucks, heavy equipment. All SALE
stop .a file from xpretuliiu, '; a mobile home. I If you al- words Each word over SO- Children ages 3 to 5. Ph. 964- Evergreens, Camellias, kinds. Phone 5332702. 4tp 964-6853
leady own u home, you might Ik!. 8494. lIpHOUSEKEEPING Azaleas Roses YOUR MONEY
consider... contacting your local Most in Cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING U/30 HWY 301 S. Starko
building inspector. for. ROOMS for Stork. !fh. 964-5791

ndvicu on how t<. get your rent reasonable. Under-
very 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke
Know Someone In A home hecked out for safety Pay For ,Classified wood Motel 301 N. Call 964-' Hwy. 100 Complete Outboard & Stern Vary nice In country. 2 acres I
.I'eaturea.Thu 7139. lip 659-2165 Drive Service, and Repair. land. 2.1/2 ml. west, S.R.D. MARTIN CAMPERSU.S.
Ads In Advance Florahoma
100. Block Const. 3 B.R. 1
Complete Fiberglass Repair 90 West, Lake
cJg 1 Mobile Homo Manufacturer Increased cost have madeIt FOR SALE12x60 3 bedroom -- Hath, L.R., Din. Room, Kit City
Association <1ll1!>0 necessary for this newspaper mobile home Call 782-3025' F03 RENTFurnished or unfurnished Custom built Fiberglass chen Utility Room Carport 'Phone 752.3723

"JM.x-th N.'hw..t Highway to clarify Me present after 4 p.m. UpEXPERIENCED 2 bedroom apartment.Wall Fishing Boats. Completely furnished. *Must tx For Best Selection, Of
Chicago' II. fiOfiSI';:: can provide rules and adopt new ones for to wall carpet.Buford Mitchell seen to be appreciated.
Have them call the CRISIS you with two pamphlets the publication of classified SECRETARY ,phone 9646853. tfchg: TRAVEL TRAILERS
CENTER any time day or Q."lit II AH''i''''''''''' for ,t/,,- advertisements In, IU columns. needed for Community; Mental MINI.HOMES
night 804 SW 2nd Ave. ,ntiHnnim/ (explaining the Health Center. Clinical or med FOR SALEBrick veneer 3 TRUCK CAMPERSAND
for help with a variety of voluntary industry, standardfor AU advertisement of thkt ical experience) desirable. Salary -' bedroom 2 bath, living room, WE MAKE ALL BILL
life's problems. mobile homcx ANS 110.1) nature most be paid In advance depends on experience.Apply dining room, family room. POWELL BROKER TOPPERSFull

-l! 7laml) Miihilr, Hnmitlinn' .nles* an established at the Old Bradford County; Large lot. Central heat and MAJOR.APPLIANCE. '964-6464 Line Of Ports And
IH Cliiiimi'. II"''''''''' ><> monthly account Is maintained Court Rouser Call Street en air. Reasonable terms. Buford 'REPAIRS ,
PHONE "'"', linn' ,In /"'niiiiifi, : with this newspaper. trance. 2tchg: 11/23 Mitchell, phone 964-6853. tfchg OR ServiceLINOLEUM
Mailing; and bookkeepingcosts
3764444GAINESVILLE. THE RIGHT POINT for the have advanced, making WANTEDFulltime) experIenced WAYNE DOUGLAS
way you write. Come In and. It necessary t. maq' this salesman. Olln's Mobile CALL 964.8363 ASSOCIATE FLOOR Covering
: select your favorite ESTER- adjustment.It Homes, Ph.964-5606.1tcbg: MILLER Brown 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12 $5.98;
BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Is much preferred that Starke 964-6593 12 x 12 $11.50; 12 x 15 only
GRAPH. ckuulfled. advertising- be FOR RENT- Trailer space on $14.95 many patterns and

placed In person, rather than Ralford Road. Call 964-5153. Appliance Service colors. Pahmer's.. Discount
by telephone so as to avoid Stchg 1130MOBILE df@ -- 4J' tfchg.
errors. T'" 323 Brownie St. 'tf SECRET::.Lose Water Weight
GAINESVILLEBusiness HOME OWNERS: Own VOLKSWAGENNew ,body bloat, puffiness,: etc:. X-
I., your own beautiful lot. Only 'Pol Water,Pills, only $3. Money CARL BEGGS
$95 down and $25 a month. & Used If(1) ,Back Guarantee.Koch'
FOR SALE1968 Ford Falcon, Restrictedto protect those NUGENT ELECTRIC Drug Store l2t/cilg.-11/2 Gulf Service
phone 473-4201. lip 'who care. Now ready! alongU. Sales Service VJtII _
DirectoryAUTO j
S. 301.' 4 miles south of ServiceResidential l Used, Parts', -

GARAGE SALESat.. Nov 18, Starke.12/7 Phone 468-1551. 1 Mi.'North .f the Mall nd'Comm.rclal S SAVE S THE FINEST SELECTION; OF'" -
8 4tp
ajm. till 6 p.m. 1228 Bradford -

StarkeUsed clothing, small WANTEDOrganistChoir Director .Addit/onafOutl.t./ -
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson& Faria, Inc. appliances, furniture, household Faith Presbyterian' Air Conditioning PONTIAC .lit This Whole Area
Church Melrose Call RENT-Trallerspace.
Items. Typewriter, used Fla. 'FOR Water
OLDSMOBILE .SEEDS PLANTS tires, .used bicycles: etc:, lIp 475-2534. 2tp 11/23 furnished.SR-235.Call 964- Hookups CMC TRUCKS 24 Hr..Wrecker Service
Trailer Pole Meters ".
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides P.t SuppliesFERTILIZERS 5630 after 6 p.m. Itp A LITTLE RIDE CAN
Fin. selection of Used Cars HELP WANTED- egg collectors 24.Hour Service SAVE YOU A LOT"I USED PARTS"Hwy
Taken On Cadillac Trod. W. R.nt Fertiliser Spreaders for poultry farm. Manor PUMPSNEW FOR RENT- BR Hou etraU-' Phone'964-8641

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-530 I 224 N.W. 6th Ph. 378-0476 woman or two women. Call AND USED er on Griffls Loop. Fh. 964- ruWLrLnnJ I GREEN COVE SPRINGS 301 N. Waldo
Brooker 485-4861. lIp 8245 or 9645690. Itp .

BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS W A TED- Used furniture, refrigerators SEWING MACHINES cleaned, 468.1998 I
washers.' -Dah.mer' oiled and adjusted In your home
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