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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Prison RiotFormer ,fire To Be Close to resume workon


Its $1.3 million

State Prison tI 1971-72 budget tonight -

Don Haasfurder has been demoted at 5 p.m. the

removed from any Institutional Next TuesdayLocal Starke city council

ory position as the result of will try again to trim

disturbances at the Raiford state out funds to save

+ t, for a power plant

i intendent Former State Don Haasfurder Prison Super-has sponsibility lion of Corrections; for the, I tl tlI tlk political analysts say the police generator needed by

been demoted and removed from ces, but had I chief's race, the second between 1973.

any Institutional supervisory port with him and Chief Ken Fuqua and former Chief Bill
position as the result of Feb- agreement that steps Unexpected progress in low-
ruary disturbances at the Rai taken to Insure Rosser, Is the main attraction In next ering the city's almost doubled'

ford prison. of proper plans and Tuesday's run-off election In the Cityof natural gas rates, for which
to handle future $163,000 Is budgeted: comparedto
The announcement was made
; Starke.
Monday by Secretary Emmett Roberta said that $92,000 In 70.71, may pro-
Roberts of the of new day in prison vide extra funds for an engine
Department Polls will be open at City Hall from savings account It was dis-
Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices who said that Florida (S.. Page 4)) 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. closed at Tuesday night's council -

"will not tolerate the beatingof meeting.
prison inmates" Attorney George; Pierce said
Police Chief Ken Fuqua got to challenger Ewell Lawson's he Is to /go to Tallahassee tomorrow -
At the same time, Roberta top vote In his bid for reelection (Friday, Sept. 24)) to
announced the dismissal of two weeks ago, but 703.Mayor Carl Hurst and City; meet with attorneys from six
Capt. Kenneth C. Johns, head two years ago challenger Bill other cities to study compro-
guard at the prison. Roberta Rosser, a former chief, pickedup Clerk Merrill Edwards had no mise proposals the ell) 's hopeto
said that during his reviewof more votes than Fuqua in opposition In the election and get Florida Gas Transmis-
the February events It became the second primary, City; Clerk will take office again. Hurst sions, the firm which supplies
apparent that excessive Merrill Edwards points out. got 1,351 votes two weeks ago natural gas to the City of Starke,
force was used on Inmates In u: and Edwards 1,399 to again be
to to.
the flat-top and that It wasa \ In the second run-off to be the city's; top vote getter. agree
>planned operation. He said decided 'Tuesday .newcomers Seven Florida cities, Starke
there apparently was a form of "We .kA Vernon Silcox and Ernest Al- Chief Fuqua led with 760 vote included, have intervened In a
kangaroo court In which prisoners must have 1: len are battling for the Group in the first primary to Rosser suit on behalf of the City of
were taken Into a room, thing working for 4 city; council post vacated by 627. Both probably polled e- 'lallahassee, which Is being
seated or shoved Into a chair, n't have any lives Jimmy Bowen. Bowen had a go nough votes to win the second sued by the Stale of I Florida
and subjected to cross examin- So said Union ; at the police chief's post, but primary, if either can turn out after the city; raised natural
ation. John Whitehead ran a distant third to Rosser the same number of voters gas prices to I Florida State

MaJ. Curtis McKenzIe and month in pleading rJ and Fuqua. again. Clerk Merrill Edwards, (Diversity.;

former Assistant Superlnten- Reubln Askew to ,, ( usually an accurate prognosti- "I understand there Is
,dent Robert Turner/ both of Raiford Prison ,...JIIlI6r." "' pJ/lil/ t... Silcox polled 739 votes In cator, says about 1,250 per- agreement In the works some between -
last February In the first primary nearly dou- sons will vote Tuesday. lie
whom received 30-day suspension I Florida Gas and the State
following the disturbances the Attica, New York ble Allen's second place 429 says the city election has beenon of I lorida." Pierce told tile
had their suspensions withdrawn killed 42 persons At Work and third place Carlton Chastain's since July 24 and peopleare city' council Tuesday night. It
tired of It.
riots. 403 Silcox needed to getting
with written the
said that
,
reprimands appears attorney ,
4)x The chief's race Is going to
placed in their records, allow- "The people switch only 50 more votes to be close, Edwards predicts. the contract under which Die
ing them to be eligible for pay Raiford) are the Trlsh Myers, 17, has been a part-time gas station attendant at Cole's Texaco have had a first primary win. He points out that Fuqua beat city Is supplied gas by I Florida
during the suspension period. prevented it from for the past year. Her sister, Kathy, 19, also helped out this summer while The two-man Group 2 council Rosser by only 60 votes two Gas Transmission may be
Assistant Superintendent Sheriff Whitehead from Flagler College in St. Augustine. Edwards further changed under a court stipu-
James Tompkins East Unit) with regard to the seat was reclaimed by incum- years ago. lated decree. But Pierce said
Just goes to show that anyone who wants to work can find a Job. Trlsh is a senior bent Jimmy McRae two weeks points out that Rosser pickedup
was given a written reprimand ficers who quelled there Is no chance for a rebate -
and 20-day suspensions givento bances. and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Myers. She's on duty; every Saturday, the most votes In the sec- to the city for pas It has
ago when he polled 830 votes ond primary two years ago.
six
guards involved In the Several already purchased at the dou-
flat-top> incident were reducedto Raiford disturbances bled prices.
ten days.Roberta There was no Indication
made, climaxed by
Tuesday night, however of how
he of
reported that had alleged
much reduction the
not absolved Louie L. Waln- a Duval County; city: can
wright Director of the Divi- declined'' to Indict get from 1 Florida Gas

suggesting areas On Tap For Home OpenerTornadoes In the past six months the
provements might cost of natural gas for tile
Whitehead said. power plant has risen from
r 3.3 cents per therm to 5,78
The sheriff, who
cents, almost double. In Vi-
virtually dally a 7-0 upset vic- Defense: mlddleguard Joey Bernard Brown and Malachi Coach David Hurse primary target.
for Instance the base
Y prison, noted that Nassau County; Branson, tackles Gary Melvin Henry, and safeties Gray Flynn, says. Coaches will look for A wide of gust, of ,
open type ball price 3.3 cents cost
gas
officers work side by Bobcats will and Bobby Dyal ends Charles and Wayne Teston. improvement In the offensive
game is expected from the Bobcats the citv $9,776. 'I I he Increase
Inmates without rke to take on the Wright and Brad Carter, line- lines' blocking and better execution -
I who put the ball In of 2.48 therm Increased
pons. Thus they Tornadoes of Coach; backers Wayne Lambus and A balanced running and pass- by receivers when they air about the : cents per -
50
stant danger, he said. and crew In the Vernon Barber, cornerbacks ing game is planned for his are not supposed to be the time against West per :VissjiiCCal-cent of the $7,358 the ,price making of gas:natural another -

t'I'fiRU.nlun officers) get and lins, 160, does a respectableJob 517,134 for the month.

they are under," Is 8 p.m. at Brad- of throwing the football, the One say or another, (however -
BHS said, "the whole BUS scouting report Indicates.
the council appears determined -
i rida ought to get on Gainesville Left halfback \\11110 Drown Is to wrest t at least S40-
CLASS OF 1961 and thank them" Buchholz has no the team's best running back thou from die, M.3 proposed
them.
Plow demning this year. But and can catch tile football too. spending bill to save for a
f Sheriff have twice as many lie often Is a part of the Bobcat new engine I the council last
Tuesday was under Coach pass patterns. Brown, 155, month. decided definitely( not
REUNION sheriff has including sev- who wears number 2, is speedyand to try for set another, bond Issue -
;::1 from Gov. Askew. high transfers from likes to run the option to finance the new engine.
{t At HomecomingThis High School. and sweep the ends. It was decided the cite can-
not afford another bond Issueat
Tornadoes are a Best pass receiver on the (
Year the time. ouncll-
to whip the new- Buchholz squad Is (Dale \tch- present
Voc el Jimmy How-
man Billy ,
?I: Interested Perton Bobcats, but In the Ison, a big 192 pound end. Mchlnson en, and Jimmy"; McKae com-
or four years the has good hands and
bined to kill the bond Issue
Should Contact Have be quite different can catch the pigskin Ina crowd. proposal.

the Bobcats 13-0 Defensive tackle Pat Foster
Margaret Dy.l S. of play in the rt ; 4 s 190, and linebacker Hobby After that Chairman Nell
football Jam ''M Toombs, 175, are fine per- Tucker began:/ a push to have
funds allocated from the new
$: B,001e.,485.2701 In Gainesville. 4 formers for the Bobcats BItS
budget for tie engine,
: expected -
Lovebugs have Coach: Hurse
i the game should points out. They
O.w. McKinn.yStarke to cost over $300,000 dollars -
i y
unlovely problem Tornadoes with a will be the opponents of which Clerk Merrill Edwards
I Florida for years Next week the Tornado players will haveto
\ 964-6930 told the council the city; now
something be be conscious
may
the Florida Star
() In
has about $21)0,000 reserve
p Joann Fusscll) I by South the Florida pesta.Lovebugs is grind with St.. Au- Toombs Is one of the few funds It can spend for a new
Oak Bolles and
two-way Buchholz players lie engine If tJ'l1 council should
Brooker 485.4513 are ) succession. Then Is the right halfback on offense decide to. the I statement sur-
" : In the southern Cove Springs, all has good speed, good prised tile council and Uie members -
, < Linda' WI.. state, according to Tornadoes will hands, and hits the line with listened with Interest.!Several
I get from service tough Fernandlna ,.......0 ...-- 'a power. irnMnLwrs Indicated they
f 9445468Courf :. tors here, and Park, then finally Buchholz runs a six man I Lie Intended to chick out I'dward's
( pi worse. Station Nov! 9. with three linebackers. The statement.In .

'y Of sCie say the lovebugs, for the Tornadoes First Football WinnerMike cornerbacks are closed down session
into their Its first budget
fly stage same contingent inside the offensive end, Instead -
and September, of playing wide do the August 24 the council: trimmed
(! the Baker as
Lumntunilg31ute spreading northward.But game. Denton, right, receives $35 first prize money as winner of the first week of Tornado cornerbacks about $15,000 from the proposed
; Bank guard Gary Melvin the Merchant's Football Contest from The Telegraph's Claude Crowson. 71-72 spending bill of $1,287-
I the good news Lambus takcles Buchholz like Baker County,
\ I Florida Is that an and Randy Gas- Denton is a teacher at Bradford High. Phil Burgham, employed Jimmy Moore Is a bigger football team than 263. !Mct'ae'
Account Now 'li. Councilman Jimmy
iurd
; > be made to persuade Charles Wright Sun Sports won $13 second prize. the small Tornadoes. Guard
he'd like to
see
1 Up T. $20,000 ByI and Orange County; center Fare- Denton'mlaaed only two games. One, of course because he went with the UF against Dan Baldwin weighs 183. and has employees stated get an across-
city
'. ...'.a| Deposit to present quarterback Mississippi State the other miss was the St. Joe victory over Keystone High. tackles Pat Bridges Is 195 and the-board; pay Increase of five
lahassee requesting fullback Brad Car- Richard Smiley is 215, the lar-
I I"'a nco Corp. Malachi Hen Entries flooded In for the first contest, and nine more are coming up. Winners can
($.. P ) repeat and Telegraph employees can enter. (S.. 4))
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Gladys Mooty, Society Editor, 964.7608

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Mr. Charlie Wiggins of

Mr. and Mrs. HayesTo ",;;(, \ J. 'i' Open House Held Woman's Club Birthday Party Raiford Scouts Stockton, Ca. was a Monday

Be HonoredOn '" '" At New LibraryIn Has Orientation For Dodie McRaeLittle March in Parade overnight VInlng. guest of Mrs) LD.

.
., First BaptistThe Workshop MeetingAn Dodle McRae celebrated Mrs. J, McKay Truluck of
Golden WeddingThe Junior
from
I'P.I {, her first birthday last Thurs- Eighteen girls Sanford was last Thursday and
; orientation workshop was Girl Scout <48 and Brownie -
/ new library of the First held Starke Woman's Club day afternoon when her parents, troop In Friday guest of Mr. and Mrs.
the
at
children of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church was the scene Wednesday. *>" 'IIC Mr. and Mrs. Dewayno McRae, Troop 471 participated Frolic Clyde B. Terwlllegar Jr.
meeting sixth annual Horse
the
E.W. Hayes will entertain at of open house and a reception the workshops gave a f home party for herat .
Preceding In Lake Butler on Saturday
.I open house on Sunday, Oct. 3, .., Sunday afternoon from four to a luncheon was held under the their on Highway 16, parade, Sept. 18. Mrs. W.F. Mrs. Dewayne McRae under-
from 3 to 5 o'clock honoring :. six o'clock acquaint the public Education Department of the East. Rouse Is In charge of the Rai- went surgery recently In the
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. .. with the new facilities In club with Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Helping Dodle celebrate the ford Scout Troops. Baptist Memorial Hospital.
W the church : occasion were 18 members of
4V'r E. Hayes on their Golden : :>) Education Building. chairman. Mrs. Jack Hazen
Wedding anniversary. The affair ,.. T, Greeting guests were the social assisted. the family who were servedIce
chairman
will be held at the Hayes .iI' start Mrs. E.D. Tenly, dir- John Sanders cream and cake.
: ". Mrs. ,president,
r home, 171 N, Orange Street. :;\ ector,' Mrs. A. Russell Nor- gave a brief discussion on the
Friends and relatives of the man, Mrs. Cula Coran and duties and future plans of the Weiner Roast
honored couple are cordially William Ceoree. rrujunsBuckeroo
officers. Mrs. R.A. Green,firstvicepresident
Invited to attend. Please omit Besides books on display conducted the For Youth ChoirThe
gifts. there were I 15 exhibits of Items i
workshop. Each officer gave a a s
from around the world. review of her particular duties Madison Street Baptist

Beta Sigma Phi Guests were served refreshments and listed departments that Church youth choir had a softball -
Lynda StricklandTo from a table covered with come under her office. Afterward game and weiner roast Saturday .-

Observes 22ndAnniversary Wed Nov. 20 a green linen and lace cloth each committee chairman evening at the home of '
RossPadgettEngagement centered with an arrangementof met with those attending from Mr. and Mrs. Sellers near ,

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton G. yellow and orange mums and her group to work out plans LOn .
t
Strickland, Sr. of Kingsley Lake chrysanthemums. Pouring for the current club year. Monday evening of last Boots
Gamma Theta Chapter of Be- announce the engagement and punch were Mrs. utto"sterner, Approximately 50 members week the choir sang at the e

Mr. and Mrs. John E. ROBS. ta Sigma Phi sorority held Its approaching marriage of their Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. W. attended. Mrs. Louie Wain- Pine Level Baptist Church revival TIio cuftuul boot look
0/ Ralford announce the engage- regular meeting Monday, Sept. daughter, Lynda, to James II, A. Hogan and Mrs.R.A.Colson. wright was Introduced as a and they also sang at '
and 13, at 7:30 pm. at the homeof Garllngton, son of Mr.and Mrs. Misses Melissa Rutledge, Annette guest. the First Baptist Church revival ?+ Buckaroo minded finish
ment approaching
of Uiclr daughter, Sandra Mrs Richard Rowe, with William H. Garllngton of For- Tomlinson, and Becky Sel- In Lawtey Tuesday night.McConnellForsyth on genuine crepe solos.
Mrs. W.D. Hodge as co-hos mer served as floor hostesses
Elaine, to Randy< Padgett,, son dyce Ark. Hospital Auxiliary s They fit today's casual
tess. and presided at the guests register -
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett M. The wedding will take place
I'adgett of Starke. The 22nd anniversary of the November 20 at 4 p.m. In Rey- To Meet MondayThe a mood and casual
'
Tho wedding will take place Starke chapter was celebrated nolds Chapel, Camp Blandlng. h clothes no well.
during the evening and past All friends and relatives of Mrs. Montine McConnell and
8 In
Friday, Oct. 1, at p.m. r.Fabulous.
Bradford Hospital
the Johnstown Baptist Church records and mementos of social the couple are Invited attend. DuplicateBridge County N.C. McConnell Jr. announce
and service Auxiliary will have a cov-
events were the marriage of their daugh-
with a reception following In on display.A ClubThe ered dish supper and general
ter, Judy< Gayle, to Kimberley
the church educational buildIng -
,summer vacation auction ONeilHundfeyEngagement meeting Monday, Sept. 27, at Lame (l Klmbo) Forsyth, son of
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from was enjoyed by members with 7 p.m. In Methodist Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Forsyth, Footurork
Miss Ross graduated active bidding for t Duplicate Bridge Club Hall ,
all of Starke.
vacation
sou ;
Union County High School In held their
venirs. quarterly tournament .
The
1970, and 1 Is employed at the Sorority sisters surprised Announcement Is made of the 'Tuesday night. The results Junior Club Holds ,wedding Sept. 11,took In place Rldgeland Saturday -,

V.A. Hospital Mrs. Tom Grant, mothertobe approaching marriage of Miss were: first, Mrs. P.A. S.C.
Mr. Padgett graduated from with a baby shower, and Mary Susan O'Nell of Warwick Johnson and Mrs. Mark Em- .
BUS In 1967 and Is an employee she received many' nice gifts. Rhode Island to Bruce Chris- mel; second, Mr. and Mrs. First Fall MeetingThe
of the Gainesville city; The refreshment table featured topher Hundley, son of Mr. John Mussollne; third Mrs. SappStarlinMr.
power plant. a lovely baby motif table ar- and Mrs. Glenn K, Hundley of Bess Bums and Mrs. Marie Junior Woman's Club held
All friend and relatives are rangement.The the Florida State Prison. Dent; fourth Ken and Town- their first fall meeting Thurs- and Mrs. Joe D. Sapp
Invited to attend.Retired The send Dent. day, Sept. 9, with Mrs. Justin
next regular meeting of wedding will take place of Lawtey announce the engagement -
Beta Sigma Phi will be held Sunday, Oct. 3, at 4 p.m. at Montgomery district four and approaching mar-
Junior
Teachers at the home of Mrs. Buck Nor- St. Peter's Catholic Church In Parties Given director, as guest speaker riage of their daughter, Janet
man on Baylesa Highway on Warwick followed by a reception Elaine, to Sgt. Jerry Starlin $13.99STUMPS
Attend LuncheonThe Sept. 27 at 7:30: p.m. with Mrs. at the Knights of Colum- For Miss Millican Hostesses for the evening son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Lynwood Kitchens as co-hos bus Club. were Mrs. D.W. Whlffen and Starlln of Akron, Colo. y Fdrr
Mrs. John
tess. Members are reminded Mr Hundley Is a 1966 grad- BrideelectMiss t Bradley. The marriage will take placeat art ,
retired teachers of Brad to bring chapter manuals fora uate of Union County High Highland Baptist Church on
ford, Clay and Union counties complete review. School. He completed a four Vanessa Millican,whose Testone ReunionSet Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
had a luncheon meeting on Sept. year tour with the Navy In marriage to Ernie Trlest will for 26 All friends and relatives are
17 at die Holiday Inn with ap- OES SupperThe August, 1970 and Is now em- be an event of Oct. 1, was hon- Sept. Invited to attend.
proximately 23 members at ployed as a sallmakor with ored at a bridal shower Thurs-
tending. Thurston Sail, Inc., Warren, day night Sept. 16, at the Community The George Testone family
Order of the Eastern R.I. Center Theressa.. reunion will be held Sunday,
Miss Madge MIddleton,presIdent Star will have a covered dish Miss O'Nell Is a 1968 grad- Ladles of Hope Baptist Church Sept. 26, at the home of Carl Tax Will?your salary stand more
reported on the State supper Saturday night at 7 p. uate of Pilgrim High School, were hostesses.The Thomas on Bayless Highway. If not Vote Emett
conference held In Gainesville m. In the Masonic Hall. All Warwick, and is a senior Journalism guests enjoyed games All relatives and friends are W. Allen.

Aug. 30-Sept. I 1. Masons and their families are student at the University with prizes, after which refreshments Invited.
Invited to attend. of Rhode Island. were served.
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Miss Millican was honored ESTABLISHED 1904 ,


Look In The Mirror. and with her a bridal attendants dinner, Saturday for her N ynos-

Sept. 18 at the home of Mrs.Richard I I I
Murrhee. The hostesses -
with Mrs. Murrhee OU'lJlS1tlQ1\IB

What were Mrs. A.E. Anthony, Mrs.

I Do You See? Paul Richard Tyre.Cunningham and Mrs. 1JtJll't

Also attending the dinner
were the bride's mother, the 7t c7tnniVCZdaZII 'tee11
bride's grandmother, and the 3i
groom's mother. / Buying Power bring you trio very .b.'t i
J
The j q / 1t i r.:: at print that. ,.om: Old Faihlanod.: '
hostess
presented the with purchase I
honoree with a mixer as a S"r.: I of $39.95 or man
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uI Ce memento of the occasion b f:mNC'Ei] tiled: ect.room Mad, of, glati trldfficentcarnival ;


''' : < /. i Elaine AkridgeIs I

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Miss Elaine Akridge, bride- tC
elect of Sept. 25 was honoredat
a bridal shower last Friday
night In the Madison Street C _
Baptist Church annex given
by Mrs. Oren Derkman, Mrs.
Gary Martin. Mrs. W.E. Law-

son, and Mrs. Edward Akridge.An I I
orange, white and green I

color scheme was used In the ,. t '
decorations. The refreshment
table and gift table were both
covered with lace cloths over
green linen. The refreshmenttable 2Deert3yr $49.95 II
Commode
was centered with an
orange permanent floral arrangement
flanked by crystal

holders with orange candles. D.lu.. nndtut len f.olur.. Center drawer guides, dovetailed
The crystal punch bowl was 1 1 ,
drawers fully duttproof Genuin oak veneer* an
.u encircled with Ivy. hardwood tolidi. The heavy ornate overlay* are expertly i
detailed for Authentic offect High quality plate t
Games with
prizes were enjoyed mirror. glue

by the guests during the 4 Pan! Group Includen Special 7act0ry PuzcfiaAe j\ i'4444
party hours. i q Double Dreiser
If You Don't Like The hostesses presented the Framed Mirror "
What's There honoree with a blanket In a Full or Queen Sue Panel led 268 !
$3999!
storage container as a memento !-Dr. hef i 4rb4r
of the occasion. c I lest
MAKE A CHANGE. t
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Sr. Girl Scouts -
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Security .
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T.rrn lotted Mot Weltedfootrevt.
"fo.o:: n tufted, chart- aT T net. back Enforced vinyl' cover. .
Martha talc ,
DeSue and Selma rare.
Colortt; Olive. Gold' -
Your Family Now. Dempe of Senior Girl Scout Black, oronq.erown:. f'.ITh.
JI Troop 578, along with their I ROOM DIVIDER '

advisor Mrs. Leon B. Cheek .p.rl.tl, d.coa'D' $[4995 1
DI, attended the Senior Plan- ploco With .lIdlnl $2288 .....
Open A Savings Account With Us ning Board meeting of Gate- cased M! Tufiron' 'wn1b..u'l.) Compare at $39,95
I
way Girl Scout Council last Idi. 4O..14.O hlah Compare at $34,18
Saturday. All of the Senior

Girl Scout Troops In the Coun- EARLY AMERICAN 7 PC.
TODAY cil were represented. Be Sure And Watch For
The Starke Scouts receiveda CAST IRON COOKWARE SET

round of applause when they
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SOMETHING NEW AND 10" Skill**
announced that they were* representing I" Skill.I
the most recently o" Skill
formed troop In the council. DIFFERENT BADCOCKS 3 unto Qt Stow fan with .,
Our Hows: Plans for a Senior Weekendat Dutch Ovon with

Camp Chowenwa on October M ABOUT 2 WEEKS. .
lolL thro Thuri. h. to 3,... 2. and Explorer Day at the rV-i trend a.on.dHoot -

Ftauam': University; of Florida on November IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN TO SEE Co.! 'Iron
13 were confirmed at b
n this meeting. US, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE $12 88

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONPage j jI
OUR NEW 111 Compare of $14,99 e

j Vet a successful businessman I I9O4 .
I....., sewssvfseeraaNrtsrdad.eaeasewt .. to your city council "@., eNh wji 1-.1 4w. a,.U'rUlMITUKflOOl Wt5 Blttabl'tMd IIEDI1 A 44..1Lf Abe. ',i Sly'i r,

.. Vote 1S1 -- ---* TERMS\
Ernest W. Allen i (OVEIINC I ArttUNCfS-HOMt, ENrUMINMfNF


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k yi11; i ir Col. I Hatcher Dale JohnsSlud.t Graduates Of FliP Academy

I PM ; WI1IHlI I II Completes Safely At Three local men are among Secretary of State.Richard

Cordon In Ga. 41 new members of the 39th Stone will deliver the comm.:
1 Training Course recruit class of the Florida encement address. Class Pre-
Robert Highway Patrol to be graduated sident Glenn Sapp will respond.
I dent : Dale Johns Is a stu- in ceremonies at the Park- The ceremonies Will climaxa
Col. Harry Hatcher, Ir. of at Gordon Military College way Baptist Church in Tallahassee three-month period of trainIng -
Mrs. O.W. White Jr. underwent In
Farm Bureau Starke has HarncsvUie. Go; as the
completed two
a
last Friday In school at 10 a.m. Saturday, 'at the Florida Highway Patrol -
surgery begins Its 120th
week Army Safety Pro- year.
Sept. 25.They Academy in Tallahassee
,
Alachua General hospital Cadet
Johns
is
Annual Meet gram Management Course at the son of ] arc T.CCalvin) Pace, where the recruits have spent
the t.,S, Army Adjutant Gen Mr. and Mrs, (Carl. L. Johns 660 "
)
Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whlffen of Starke. Starke; J.M. Ash, Lake Butler, hours of intensivAtraining
Mew Arrivals and Dr. and Mrs. James Mine Set Saturday eral School at Fort Benjamin and Glenn E, Sapp, Starke, president in the classroom preparing for
Central Harrison, Indiana. ordon, one of the oldest of the graduating class. their duties.
attended die North
singer Col. Hatcher Is director of schools In the South, is a unique -
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_
Florida Optometric Society; ,- - -- - --,
maintenance at Camp Bland- co-educational junior col- .
and Auxiliary meeting In The Bradford County Farm Il AlUioiiKh h I
Ing under the Directorate Mil- <: a military school ,
Bradford County Hospital announces Gainesville Monday night. Bureau will hold Its annual itary Affairs, State Arsenal, for boys, Gordon has girl boarding t t
the following births: meeting on Saturday, Sept. 25, St. Augustine, Fla : ana l ui> students.
Mrs. Oliver Murray of St., at the Fairgrounds.A A graduate of Georgia; Military t t
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Alphls George, S.C. spent the weekend friend chicken supper will
Academy, ho has also
attended
Judd Jr., Starhc, a daughter, with Mr and Mrs. Robert be served at 6:30: p.m., after --- the Advanced Ordinance Mr. and Mrs. J.I.] Ogden of t t
Susan Janelle Sept., 15. Barksdale. which there will be a short Course I'ompimo Beach were last Fri-
program and a safety demon. Kenneth Scott Aberdeen Proving di> dinner guests of Mr. and t t
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ira Lee Scott returned to his stratton. An election will also Grounds, Md. Mrs. I I. ..I. Howling. tt

Drown, Hampton, a son, Lamar home In Coronado, Calif. Sat- be held for a new Board of Kenneth R, Scott, son of Mr. f..4 . . . p tt t
Matthew, Sept. 15. urday after a visit of several Directors of 1971-72. ,
months with his uncle and aunt, There will be some nice door and Mrs C.E. Scott, of Brook-, t
Mr. and Mrs. Knute Cole- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- prizes for the young people and er, has completed his studies Your Vote And II Iw t
man, Starke, a son, Paul Adam, wlllegar, Jr. adults. for a BA. degree In history, I
and a minor in political scienceat SupportSeptL
Sept., 18. n t
Berry College, Mount Berry
Local admittances to Brad II
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Taylor ford County Hospital this week Butch Redding Ga. nbcr 14thWa I I IA
While at Berry he
was a {
Jackson, Starke, a son, Michael include: Henry G. Morrison,
I
Dale, Sept., 20.' George Mahalka, Mrs. Annie Coaching AI member) of The Circle K (Kl- GreatlApftrecuite Heart Felt Thank You To You, I
wanlc and past president
;
Tomlinson Mrs.Ada Newsome
I
The Voters For
Returning Me To
of
the ,
president Sophomore
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas Mrs. Emma Faber, Frank Lake WalesNorman
.
Class and Defense Council for Office As
; Your City Clerk
I
Howard Starke, a daughter, White and Tillman Richardson, ,
the College Court r
Sharon Michelle, Sept., 20. Starke; Levi Rhoden, Hampton; (Butch) Redding, Jr., Ken will leave I lR
James Rosier, Lawtey William on September I I Promise To Serve You To The
; son of Rev. and Mrs. Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. 20 for active duty In the

Henry, Starke, a son, Sept. 21. Browning. Dukes,, Lake Ralford Butler.; and WilliamR. Degree Redding In received Physical a Master's Education to U.S.attend Army law, after school.which he plans PLEASE CONTINUE YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORTFOR I Best Of My Ability. I II

on August 28 at the University ME, I I II
Twenty boys from Troop 70, of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. William Laun- accompanied by ScoutmasterDon Redding Is 1966 I I II
a graduateof
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham I
TRULY
hart of Newton, Kan. are visIting Hardenbrook, David Mont- Bradford High School. He WANT TO SERVE YOU ON YOUR
Mrs. Lola Johnson for gomery, and Jim O'Neal spent returned Tuesday from ten days I Thank You
was captain of the 1965 ClassA ,
vacation In Miami and the Ba CITY COUNCIL
the weekend the
several weeks. camping on state championship football
Suwannee River near Mayo. team, playing center and middle hama Islands. I MERRILL EDWARDS :

Vat. a successful businessman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper guard.He Kathy, Melanie and Lex Green THANK YOU

to your city council took Ursala, Lisa and Melinda received a scholarshipto III of Gainesville were Saturday ERNEST; I
Vote. Ernest W, Allen Cooper to their home In Auburn the University of Tampa overnight guests ofthelr grandparents ALLEN I Ib
Ala. over the weekend and again played center and Mr and Mrs. Lex
guard, graduating from U of Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green after the children had spent - - - - -
returned Monday from week's six weeks with their grand- T In December of 1969. Redding
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. served six months duty;
Genereux and children in Cooper. In th National Guard and
Westfield returned home In time to obtain
Mass. CHRYSLER
Rev. and Mrs R.D. Burch a master's degree this

Mrs. Bessie Faxon Gaines and family returned last Tues- summer.
ville visited her sister, Mrs. day after a month's vlolt with Redding is married to the
Vergle Flynn over the weekend. relatives in Virginia,West Virginia former Mary Lou Gnann of
and North Carolina. Theressa. The couple now
Mrs. Mark Mack and son, lives In Lake Wales where -
Tom, of Lake City were Sun Dollar. value for dollars spent Redding coaches varsity football -
day guests of Judge and Mrs. Vot. Ernest W. Allan and teaches physical edu-
T.A. Yawn and Mr. and Mrs. cation In Lake Wales High

J.G. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper School. introduces the &

have had as visitors Mrs. Har-
Will your salary stand more dy Dean of Chief land last Tues- Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews
Tax? If not, Vote Ernest day and Mr. and Mrs. BJ, and Mrs. H.B. McLendon returned :
W, Allen. Mills of Brunswick, Ga., and Sunday from a ten-day
Mr. and Mrs. OttIs Morganof visit In Certon and Bryson City,
Ruskin over the weekend. N.C. Mrs. McLendon is spend- .
Among those returning to ing several days with Mr. and
Lake City Community Collegethis Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Swtnyer! Mrs. Matthews at Kingsley
fall are: Collier Crlffls and have Lake.A .
of Los Gatos, Calif pur-
Mary Lane; new students are, chased the former Knight homeat
Janel Goodman, Dean Traylor, 344 N. Walnut street from man who wants to decrease
Mike Lee, and Bryan Bishop; Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Glover The
Lucile Kauffman and Marty your utility tax rat. Vote
Glovers have moved to Tampa.Mr. .
Green are entering their RN Ernest W. Allen


L, in internship UN training; entering is Peggy first year Ed as. and supper Mrs.guests Larry last Devrlckhad Tues Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker We've made quite a few changes in our uirs for I ls F.J A longer than any car we've ever built before

wards.A day night, Mr. and Mrs. Al the and weekend family]with of Cocoa Mrs. Carolyn spent lot of them you can see right away. Like the new looks of our So; whatever Chrysler-Plymouth car you're

Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Redgrave and family. Fury. And the new interiors and options we're offering this scar mil'rited in -- from the little Cricket to theLompait ('Illt111 f Hi
man who wants to decreaseyour Browning ot Keystone Heights, But more important are some of the things you an't' sec I )Justcr, from the mid-Mzc Satellite to
Miss Barbara Coleman and David
utility tax rate Vote Kirkland. Mrs. J.R. Kite, Mrs. R.P. The kind of things we're doing to fulfill our commitmentthe luxurious ('hry.lervou can bi sure it was ,-,
Ernest W. Allen McLendon, Mrs. H.M. Rich-
arde, and Mrs. Eve Baldwin we're dedicated to building cars that will run better and last built with this commitment in mind

visited Mrs. JA. Bouvier and
--- through with the kind of America wants.
Mrs. C.A. McRae In Ocala, Coming car
and Mrs. Bryan Whitfleld] In

Playtex brings you the Campvtlle] Tuesday afternoon.

r-- most dramatic improvement Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brownof
York, Pa. the week-
spent
in girdle history!!! end with his parents, !Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Brown.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ste- *"
wart of Gainesville and Mr. 9 swn..aaaANN1l. ir +wr
and Mrs. Walter Stewart of
Trenton were visitors during rnkcl
the weekend of Mr. and Mrs.
C.L. Cooper.Mr. kk

and Mrs. Robert S. Duster y
Pearce of Asheville N.C. and
Mrs. S.S. Field of Tunner Lake..
N.Y. are with the L.F. Smiths
while Mrs. Smith is seriously
ill in Bradford County Hospital.
Mr. Pearce and Mrs. Field are
the son and daughter of Mrs.
Smith. Satellite


Dollar. value for dollars spent P_. .. .
I Vote Ernest W. Allen


Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Peddy A
of Miami are spending several :
days with her sister, !Mrs. R. ;:';" '"' --"._.......

A Newsom.
7 .A

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mathews and family In Malt-
land over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc
,.arararr.+r..vu...
Rae and Mrs. Betty; Crawfordwere
In Orlando Saturday visIting -
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Con
ner. The family was Joinedby
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and .
family of Merritt Island.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mor-
rison, Mr. and:Mrs. Ralph :Mor
I' rison and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
Morrison and families of Lees-
berg spent the weekend with
their mother, Mrs. Henry Mor-
rison, and father, who is a 'sbq
patient in Bradford County Hos-
pital.
le


Unbelievable control
yet
THE BRADFORD


toJd d>Mnsalional unbelievably! fabric th.t.....you lightweight the control COUNTY every TELEGRAPHPublished Thursdayat Buy now while prices are still frozen.

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ol pamlltd |irdl vmghmg 50"fc 1.18: W. Cull Street
That' why Phyla backs' with, a
Double your money back guaranteeIf Starke. Florida 32041 ,i97> cricket pace/ will) increase iluhtlv due to supplemental import duty

not ** This in.diblen.wgarmentsavadabl.mshona.$13, I/O.
"" .ra,.leg l $14 00 long I.,. $15 00.ragulargirdl. ,I3 00. .t I SUrkc Florida
S.i.l. Si M L,XL-.and XXL.All/parity itylai ha..FUhon Ma.c'culll-
The And
Rates See
hold itocking.up. lag down gnat with, panty hot. Subscription : 72 Chryslers Plymouths At
Gua'arrt.a good on all purchown 9i 12/71/ -11121111Saa/ gar.'for datails la trade area: SS.OO per
Try d. .you'll ba a baliavarl year: fJ.TS six month'
STARKE
('XL&XXL'1.00 mo,.) Outside trade ares 15.50 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, INC.

per year $4.00 six months
STUMP'S"J U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600 STARKE


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Mr. and Mrs. HayesTo Open House Held! Woman's Club Birthday Party Raiford Scouts Stockton Ga. was of Mrs.a Monday L.D.
overnight guest
Be HonoredOn w At New Library Has Orientation For Dodie McRaeLittle March in Parade VIning.

,Yo\ /In First BaptistThe Workshop MeetingAn Dodie McRae celebrated Mrs. J. McKay Truluck of
Golden WeddingThe
1 her first birthday last Thurs- Eighteen girls from Junior Sanford was last Thursday and
orientation workshop was afternoon when her Girl Scout troop 448 and Brownie of Mr. and Mrs.
new library of the First Starke Woman's Club day perenea, in Friday guest
children of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church was the scene held at the Wednesday. S- + fi Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Troop 471 participated Clyde B. Terwlllegar Jr.
Frolic
meeting
l; tl E.W. Hayes will entertain at of open house and a reception the workshops gave a family party for her the sixth annual Horse Saturday
house Oct. 3 Preceding at their home on Highway 18, parade in Lake Butler on McRae under-
open on Sunday, Sunday afternoon from four to a luncheon was held under the 18. Mrs. W.F. Mrs. Dewayne
!
Sept.
from 3 to 5 o'clock honoring six o'clock East. recently In the
to acquaint the public l Education Department of the of the Rai went surgery
Rouse Is In charge
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ". ', with the new facilities In club with Mrs. W.B. Mundy Helping Dodie celebrate the Baptist Memorial Hospital.rrujuns .
E.W. Hayes on their Golden me church Education: Building. chairman. Mrs. Jack llazen, occasion were 18 members of ford Scout Troops.
Wedding anniversary. The affair ,\ Greeting guests were the social chairman assisted. the family who were served -- -
will be held at the Hayes staff, Mrs. E.D. Tenly. director Mrs. John Sanders, president, Ice cream and cake.
home, 171 N. Orange Street. ,' Mrs. A. Russell Norman gave a brief discussion on the
Friends and relatives\ of the Mrs. Cula Coran. and duties and future plans of the Weiner Roast
honored couple are cordially William Georee.
officers. Mrs. R.A. Green, first
Invited to attend. Please omit Besides books on display vice-president, conducted the For Youth ChoirThe V
gifts. there were 15 exhibits of Items workshop. Each officer gave a I e
from around the world. review of her particular duties Madison Street Baptist

Beta Sigma Phi Guests were served refreshments and listed departments that Church youth choir had a soft-
Lynda StricklandTo from table covered with come under her office. After- ball game and weiner roast Saturday
Observes 22ndAnniversary Wed Nov, 20 a green linen and lace cloth, ward each committee chairmanmet evening at the home of 4 Buckeroo
centered with an arrangementof with those attending from Mr. and Mrs. Sellers near
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton G. yellow and orange mums and her group to work out plans L
Engagement Strickland, Sr. of KIngsley Lake chrysanthemums. Pouring for the current club year. On Monday evening of last Boots
Gamma Theta Chapter of Beta announce the engagement and punch were ours uttcTaieiner, Approximately 50 members week the choir sang at the _
>fr. and Mrs. John E, ROB Sigma Phi sorority held its approaching marriage of their Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. W. attended Mrs. Louie Wain- Pine Level Baptist Church revival 1'/do casual boot look.
of Hatford announce the engage- regular meeting Monday, Sept. daughter, Lynda, to James II. A. Hogan and MJ'I.R.A. Colson wright was Introduced as a and they also sang at Mi "_
ment and approaching marriageof 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the homeof Gar llngton. son of Mr.and Mrs. Misses Melissa Rutledge An- guest. the First Baptist Church revival Buckaroo minded finishon
their daughter, Sandra Mrs. Richard Rowe, with William II. Garlington of For- nette TomUnson and Becky Sei- in Lawtey Tuesday night.McConnellForsyth genuine crepo solos.
Elaine, to Randy Padgett son Mrs. W.D. Hodge as co-hos dyce, Ark. mer served as floor hostessesand Hospital Auxiliary They fit today's annual
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett M. tess. The wedding will take place presided at the guests register -
mood and casual
The
I'adgett of Starke. 22nd anniversary of the November 20 at 4 p.m. In Rey To Meet MondayThe
The wedding will take place Starke chapter was celebrated nolds Chapel Camp Blandlng. clothes so well.Fabulous .
Friday, Oct. 1, at 8 p.m. In during the evening and past All friends and relatives of Mrs. Montine McConnell and A
the Johnstown Baptist Church records and mementos of social the couple are Invited attend. DuplicateBridge Bradford County Hospital N.C. McConnell Jr. announce
and service Auxiliary will have a covered -
with a reception following In events were the marriage of their daugh-
the church educational build- on display. Club dish supper and general ter, Judy Gayle, to Kimberley
A summer vacation auction ONeil-H// undley/ meeting Monday, Sept. 27, at Lathe (Klmbo) Forsyth, son of
ing.Miss Ross graduated from was enjoyed by members with The 7 p.m. In Methodist Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Forsyth,
active bidding for vacation EngagementAnnouncement t Duplicate Bridge Club Hall/
Union County; High School In souvenirs. held their all of Starke.
quarterly tournament -
The wedding took place Sat-
Is the
1970 and employed at
V.A. Hospital.Mr. Sorority; sisters surprised Is made of the Tuesday night. The results Junior Club Holds urday, Sept. 11, in Rldgeland! D
from Mrs. Tom Grant, mothertobe approaching marriage of Miss were: first, Mrs. P.A. S.C. I -S
Padgett graduated
with Susan Johnson and Mrs. Mark Enj. .
a baby shower, and Mary O'Neil of Warwick
BUS In 1967 and is
an em-
First Fall
she received many nice gifts. Rhode Island to Bruce Chris mel; second Mr. and Mrs. MeetingThe rx
of the Gainesville
city Sapp-Starlin
ployee ;
The refreshment John Mussollne third Mrs
table featureda topher Hundley, son of Mr. ; ,
power plant. lovely baby motif table ar- and Mrs. GleM K. Hundley of Bees Burns and Mrs. Marie Junior Woman's Club held
friends and relatives
All are rangement.The the Florida State Prison. Dent; fourth Ken and Town- their first fall meeting Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Sappof
invited to attend.Retired send Dent. Sept. 9, with Mrs. Justin
next regular meeting of The wedding will take place Lawtey announce the engagement -
Beta Sigma Phi will be held Sunday, Oct. 3, at 4 p.m. at Montgomery, district four and approaching mar-
Teachers at the home of Mrs. Buck Nor- St. Peter's Catholic Church In Parties Junior director,as guest speak- riage of their daughter, Janet
man on Bay less Highway on Warwick followed by a recept- Given er.Hostesses Elaine to Sgt. Jerry Starlln. ; $13.99STUMP'S
AftendLunc/ieon/ Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. ion at the Knights of Colum For Miss Mdlican/ for the evening son of Mr and Mrs. John
Lynwood Kitchens as co-hos- bus Club. were Mrs. D.W. Whlffen and Starlin of Akron, Colo.
tess. Members are reminded Mr. Hundley is a 1966 grad Bride-elect t Mrs. John Bradley. The marriage will take placeat !
The retired teachers of Brad to bring chapter manuals fora uate of Union County; High Highland Baptist Church on S S
ford Clay and Union counties complete review. School. He completed a four Miss Vanessa Mlllican.whose Testone Reunion Oct. 8 at 7:30( p.m.
had a luncheon meeting on Sept., year tour with the Navy In marriage to Ernie Trlest will (for All friends and relatives are
17 at the Holiday Inn with approximately OES SupperThe August, 1970 and is now employed be an event of Oct. 1, was hon- Set Sept. 26 invited to attend.
25 members at- as a gallmaker with ored at a bridal shower Thurs
tending. Thurston Sail, Inc., Warren day night, Sept. 16, at the Com The George Testone family
Order of the Eastern munity Center In Theressa. reunion will be held Sunday,
Miss Madge Mlddleton presIdent Star will have a covered dish R.I.MIss O'Neil Is a 1968 grad- Ladles of Hope Baptist Church Sept.,, 26, at the home of Carl Will your salary stand more
reported on the State supper Saturday night at 7 p. uate of Pilgrim High School, were hostesses.The Thomas on Bayless Highway. Tax1f net Vote Erno.t
conference held in GainesvilleAug. m. In the Masonic Hall. All Warwick and is a senior Journalism guest s enjoyed games All relatives and friends are W. All on.
1. Masons and their families Invited.
30-Sept. are student at the University
with prizes, after which refreshments -
Invited to attend.
; of Rhode Island. were served.

Miss Mlllican was honored ESTABLISHED 19O4

with a bridal dinner for her Bcw coclt '

Look In The Mirror. and her attendants, Saturday s.ra ru..o..r..ae uc67th
Sept. 18, at the home of Mrs.
Richard Murrhee. The hostesses -
with Mrs. Murrhee
What Do were Mrs. A.E. Anthony, Mrs. oL
You See? Paul Richard Tyre.Cunningham and Mrs.

Also attending the dinner
were the bride's mother, the c4nniverearc e
bride's grandmother, and the r
groom's mother. e a Badcock'l 100 itoro Super Buying Power bring* you //M vary bat
In horn f forniihlng. values or prim that ..m Old Fcihloned,
The
hostess .
presented the with p.rch.
honoree with a mixer as a et 53'5 .r men

tlr memento of the occasion IIAMCES'' I Sp6Tf7I5f2 rOOr carnival Mad.0'gla.Irld..nl.


Elaine AkridgeIs

i .f r \.<\ Honor
Guest
: I'll'
At I Bridal ShowerMiss aatto +

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Elaine Akridge, bride-
elect of Sept 25 was honoredat
a bridal shower last Friday '
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night in the Madison Street k S
Baptist Church annex, given _
by Mrs. Oren Derkman Mrs. _
Gary Martin, Mrs. W.E. Law-
son, and Mrs. Edward Akridge.
An orange, white and green
I color scheme was used in the
decorations. The refreshmenttable
and gift table were both
covered with lace
cloths over 2 Door
green linen. The refreshmenttable $49,95r"
Commode
t39z
was centered with an
orange permanent floral arrangement -
flanked by crystal

holders with orange candles. Deluxe construction features Center drawer guides, do'' .
The crystal punch bowl was I tailed drawers fully dmfpraof, C nuln. oak vmnr. on '
encircled with Ivy. hardwood .olidt. Th. hovy orr-ato overlays are xpcrtly
detailed for Authentic, effect. High quality plate glaii '
Games with
prizes were en- mirror. 1

Joyed by die guests during the 4 Pfeee Group Include! Special 7actozy >;<'ldrCrade % 44 '
party hours. a Doublo DretferFramed
I/
/
If You Don't Like The hostesses presented the Mirror I'
What's There honoree with a blanket In a Full or Queen Sue Panel Btd 268 L299!
storage container as a memento Che.

MAKE A CHANGE. of the occasion 1 I IDr. 321CI OOAC

Sr. Girl Scouts ,. t' 0 Ad, Atww CONTEMPORARY

Look To The TV RECLINER 11 -
Financial Of Attend CouncilMartha T ,
Security
,
loran. lo od loam seat Welted
foatrest Button tufted chan i A1lAIRA
lane net back. Enforced vinyl' cover .., .,. .
DeSue and Selma r A v.Caloru -
Your Family Now. Demps of Senior Girl Scout ? Ilachorangeerewn.' Olive Oold, r'r'ROOM I .'
J Troop 578, along with their r DIVIDER

advisor Mrs. Leon B. Cheek 1A. r $4995
m, attended the Senior Plan- ."" Widlding .
piece I I $2288 ...
Open A wood doors and beautl, *
Account Board
Savings With Us ning meeting of Gateway ful Tuftran Walnut fin. Compare at $39 93Be r
Girl Scout Council last .Ii)... 40"0''U"40' high I Compare at $248.
Saturday. All of the Senior

-TODAY Girl were Scout represented.Troops In the Council Sure And Watch/ For EARLY AMERICAN 7 PC.

The Starke Scouts receiveda CAST IRON COOKWARE SETSOMETHING

round of applause when they
NEW AND 10" Skillet
announced that they were representing S" Skillet
the most recently : 6" Skillet
formed troop in the council DIFFERENT AT BADCOCKSM ( 2 cover Qt Slew Pan with
Oaf. Hour: Plans for a Senior Weekendat e Dutch Oven with
Camp Chowenwa on October ABOUT 2 WEEKS. cover
MoIL thru Thus. 9 a to 3 Pre-seatoned-
p.* 2. and Explorer Day at the NNIF fOUR treated
Frld rosalfiattird 5:34p.: University; of Florida on November YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN TO SEE Cast Iran
13 were confirmed at
U this meeting. US, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE 9288
SAVINGS LOAN't
AND ASSOCIATION
NEW ? 71 Compare ot $1499"AJUo. ebabll.A.d

.j 411II. Vote e swcceswl( businessman I9W
...,.. -. .... to your city council fell <7WfUUITUIl 7fw A.IJ" B 'A dJ..Jfyliar 'a. Sin,

aAai.+ro1.a11nn Vote Ernest W. Allen flOOl (OVIIINC IES1 --frrFfilhS ,


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/ij""XW Col.! Hatcher Dale Johns Graduates Of FliP Academy

I A'f .pl WI tII I Completes Safety. Student)tAtGonion Three local men are among Secretary of State Richard

In Ga. 41 new members of the 39th Stone will deliver the commencement -
Training Courseol. recruit class of the Florida address. Class Pre-
Highway Patrol to be graduated sident Glenn
Sapp will respond..
.. Robert l Dale Johns
Is
a stu.
Park- I
dent In ceremonies at the The ceremonies will climax
(: Harry Hatcher, ,Jr. of at Cordon Military Col- way Baptist Church In Talla- a three-month period of train-
Mrs. O.W. White Jr. under- lege In
Farm Bureau starke has Harnesvllle. Ga. as the
went surgery last Friday in completed a two school begins Its 120th hassee at 10 a.m. Saturday, ing at the Florida Highway Patrol -
week Pro- year.
Army Safety
Sept 25.'nley Academy In Tallahassee
Alachua ,
General Hospital. Cadet Johns Is
Annual Meet gram Management Course at : tho son of are T.e.(Calvln) Pace, where the recruits have spent
the I'.S.rtny Adjutant General Mr. and :Mrs Carl. I I., ,Johns 660
Ash Butler hours
Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen of Starke. Starke, J.M. Lake of intensive training
New Arrivals and Dr. and Mrs. James Mine- Set School at 1 Fort Benjamin and Glenn E. Sapp! Siarkc, pre- in the classroom preparing for
SaturdayThe Harrison. Indiana. Gordon, one of the oldest sident of the graduating class. their duties
singer attended Die North Cen-
Col. \Hatcher Is director of schools in tile South, is a uni
tral Florida Optometric Society -- -- -' - -
c maintenance at Camp Bland- co-educational/ junior collie ,
and Auxiliary meeting In Bradford County Farm ing under the Directorate Military ; Although a military school ,
Bradford County Hospital announces Gainesville Monday night. Bureau will hold its annual Affairs, State Arsenal, for boys; Gordon has girl board i
the following births: meeting on Saturday, Sept. 25, St. Augustine, I'la. ing/ ana day( students.Mr. .
Mrs. Oliver Murray of St, at the Fairgrounds.A A graduate of Georgia Mili I I
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Alphls George, S.C. spent the weekend friend chicken supper will
he has
Academy also
tary ,
attended
Judd Jr., Starke, a daughter, with Mr. and Mrs. Robert! be served at 6.30: p.m., after --- the Advanced Ordinance : and :Mrs. 11. Ogden of I ,
Susan Janelle, Sept. 15. Barksdale. which there will be a short Course Aberdeen Pompano teach were last Friday -
program and a safety demon- Kenneth Scott Proving dinner guests of Mr. and ,
Grounds
Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ira Lee Scott returned to Ms stration. An election will also :Mrs. I 1-/J, Howling. ,
Brown, Hampton, a son, Lamar home In Coronado, Calif. Saturday be held for a new Board of - - - -- - - t I
Matthew, Sept. 15. after a visit of several Directors of 1971-72. Kenneth R. Scott son of Mr. I
months with his uncle and aunt, There will be some nice door and Mrs. C.E. Scott, of Brooker ,
Mr. and Mrs. Knute Cole- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- prizes for the young people and has completed his studies Your Vole And ,
man, Starke, a son, Paul Adam, wlllegar, Jr. adults. for a B.A. degree In history, II
Sept. 18. and a minor In political scienceat SupportSeptemlwr ,
Local admittances to Brad- Berry College, Mount Ber-
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Taylor ford County Hospital this week Butch Redding ry, Ga. 14th I w. I IA
Jackson, Starke, a son, Michael Include: Henry G. Morrison While at Berry he was a
,
Dale George Mahalka Mrs. Annie member of The Circle K (KI- Heart Felt Thank You I
Sept 20. At Was' To You,
Coaching
wanic), and past president; Greatly
Tomlinson
Mrs.Ada Newsome, The Voters, For Returning Me To ,
president of the Sophomore
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thomas Mrs. Emma Faber Frank Lake A
WalesNorman Class and Defense Council for ]>precuitetl Office As Your
Howard, Starke, a daughter, White and Tillman Richardson, ; I City Clerk. I

Sharon Michelle, Sept. 20. James Starke;Rosier Levi Rhoden, Lawtey, Hampton;William; (Butch) Redding, Jr., the Ken College will Court.leave on September ,Ir. 1" """ I I Promise To Serve You To The I
son of Rev. and Mrs. Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. 20 for active duty in the
Henry, Starke, a son, Sept 21. Browning. Dukes,, Lake Ralford Butler.; and WilliamR. Degree Redding In received Physical a Master's Educa- U.S.attend Army law, after school.which he plansto PLEASE CONTINUE YOUR ACTIVE SUPPORTFOR I Best Of My Ability. ,

tion on August 28 at the UnI- ME. I I
Twenty boys from Troop 70, versity; of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. William Laun- accompanied by ScoutmasterDon I
Redding Is a 1966 graduate I
hart of !Newton, Kan. are visiting Hardenbrook, David Montgomery of Bradford High School. He Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham I TRULY WANT TO SERVE YOU ON YOUR
Mrs. Lola Johnson for and Jim O'Neal spent returned Tuesday from ten days I Thank You I
was captain of the 1965 ClassA CITY ,
vacation in Miami and the Ba COUNCIL
the weekend
several weeks. camping on the state championship football
Suwannee River near Mayo. team, playing center and mid- hama Islands. : MERRILL EDWARDS :

Vote a successful businessman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper dle guard. Kathy, Melanie and Lex Green THANK YOU
to your city council took Jrsala, Lisa and Melinda He received a scholarshipto III of Gainesville were Saturday I
Vat Ernest W. Allen Cooper to their home In Auburn the University' of Tampa overnight guests of their grand- ERNEST ALLEN I
weekend and again played center and parents, Mr.. and !Mrs. Lex
Ala. over the I
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from U of
guard, graduating Green
Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Green after the children had spent
returned Monday from week's six weeks with their grand- T In December of 1969. Red-
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. ding served six months dutyin
Genereux and children in Cooper.Rev. th National Guard and
Westfleld, Mass. returned home In time to obtain CHRYSLER
and Mrs. n.D. Burch a master's degree this *tf tens CSr>t Mrs. Bessie Faxon of Gainesville and family returned last Tues- summer._
visited her sister, Mrs. day after a month's visit with Redding Is married to the
Vergie Flynn over the weekend. relatives In Virginia, West Virginia former Mary Lou Gnann of
and North Carolina. Theressa. The couple now
Mrs. Mark Mack and son, lives in Lake Wales where Chrysler-Plymouth
Tom, of Lake City were Sun- Dollar value for dollars spent Redding coaches varsity football
day guests of Judge and Mrs. Vote Ernest W. Allen and teaches physical edu-
T.A Yawn and Mr. and Mrs. cation In Lake Wales High

J.G. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper School. introduces the 1972'sWe've

have had as visitors Mrs. Hardy -
Will your salary stand more Dean of Chlefland last Tues- Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthewsand
Tax? If not, Vote Ernest day and Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Mrs. H.B. McLendon returned
W. Allen. Mills of Brunswick Ga., and Sunday from a ten-day
Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Morgan visit In Certon and Bryson City; ,
of Ruskin over the weekend. N.C. Mrs. McLendon Is spend- -
Among those returning to ing several days with Mr and
Lake City Community Collegethis Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Swinger Mrs. Matthews at Kingsley
fall Collier Grlflls and
are: of Los Gatos, Calif have pur- Lake.
Mary Lane; new students are,
chased the former Knight homeat
Janel Goodman, Dean Traylor, 344 N. Walnut street from A who
man wants to decreaseyour
Mike Lee and
Bryan Bishop; Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Glover. The
Lucile Kauffman and Marty utility tax rate Vote
Green are entering their RN Glovers have moved to Tampa. Ernest W. Allen

internship entering first
; year
In RN! training is Peggy Ed- had Mr.as and supper Mrs.guests Larry last Devrlck Tues Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker made quite a few changes our cars! for 19"! A longer than any car we've ever built before.

wards.A day night, Mr. and Mrs. Al the and weekend family with of Cocoa Mrs. Caro-spent lot of them you can see right away. Like the new look of our So; whatever -Plymouth car you're

Waddell, Mr. and Mrs. Lee lyn Redgrave and family Fury. And the new interiors and option we're: offering this war intended in -- from the little Cricket: to thc ( I IIIUSIIH r ,

man who wants to decrease Browning of Keystone Heights, But more important are some of the things you Lan't tics compact I )ustcr. from the midi;:c Satellite to ,__ ,
Miss Barbara Coleman and David
-
your utility tax rate Vote Kirkland. Mrs. J.R. Kite, Mrs. R.P. The kind of thingswc're doing fulfill Qurcommltmcnlthe luxurious (('hrslcr you can be sun: it wa ,
Ernest W. Allen qj
McLendon
Mrs. H.M. Itich-! we're dedicated to building cars that will run better and last built with this commitment in mind
arde, and Mrs. Eve Baldwin
visited Mrs. J.A. Bouvier
-- Mrs. C.A. McRae In Ocala and, Coming through with the kind of car America wants.

and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld In

Playtex brings you the Campvllle Tuesday afternoon.

r-- most dramatic improvement Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown
of York, Pa. spent the week-
in girdle history!!! end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Brown.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stewart
of Gainesville and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Stewart of
Trenton were visitors during i r.kel
the weekend of Mr. and Mrs.
C.L. Cooper
..

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Duster
Pearce of Asheville, N.C. and
I II' Mm. !S.S Field of Tuoner Lake
N.Y. are with the L.F, Smiths "
while Mrs. Smith Is seriously
ill in Bradford County Hospital -

Mr. Pearce and Mrs. Field are "- .'. ... ,-.-......-...--.-.-.. ...-
the son and daughter of Mrs. Uf- '....::....
Smith. Satellite ; : _


0 Dollar/ value for dollars/ spent
Vote Ernest W. Allen
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Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Peddyof .

days Miami with are her spending sister, Mrs several K. . ..0-Y.;;.;:.; .;_ ..7\!\ "..........,#*!w.,..>.u't'Jt'...': !<_'' ;>#C'; )I )';"" ,, >,.., .. "".......

A Newsom.:

Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mathews and family In Malt-
land over the weekend.Mr. .

and Mrs. Barney Mc-
r/sa w++rr..e.e.
Rae and Mrs. Betty Crawfordwere La.aall i
In Orlando Saturday visiting -
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Con- .
ner. The family was Joinedby
Mr and Mrs. Al Ilarley and
family of Merritt Island.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Morrison -
Mr. and:Mrs[ Ralph :Mor
I' rison and Mr. and :Mrs[ Rupert
Morrison and families of Lees-
berg spent the weekend with
their mother, Mrs. Henry Mor-
rison, and father, who Is a
patient In Bradford County; Hospital -
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nz ale


Unbelievable control
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THE BRADFORD

unbelievably lightweightMad. COUNTY TELEGRAPH while prices are still frozen.

< .Aa.n..lton.llabooe,/ that I"rAort"vt, >you'the control" Published every Thursday Buy now
of panellederdtnwaghng5Ou" '
at 118 W. Call Street
That why Playtax back,it with,' a
Double your money back guarantee Slarke. Florida 32091 I97, Cricket pricey will increase shxhtlv due to supplemental Import duty

If not....S.d. Second class postage paid
This.imytdiblt, raw garment availibl, ,in ihonn. $13 10avtra .
'.l.i. ale 00.long leg. $n 00.ragulargirdl*.$13 00. .1 I 8Urk, Florida
Sun*M.L,XL'.and XXL*.All parity' alyl.s' hew Fashion, Mage eu",-
SulMcrlptlofi! Rates: See The 72 Chryslers And Plymouths At
hold ttockinfi' up,togs down,great with' panty how
CuararrlM good on all purch ...9412/71-11/27/71/ -Sat ttora for dataili, In trade area: SS.00 per
Try'it. .youMMab. ..liav.rl, 2.15 six month
year;
STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INC.
('XI4Mill.OOmora) -
Outside trade area! IS.50 ,

STUMP'S per year; 13,00 six month
U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600 STARKE


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(From-Peg 1)statance ) the Disney imminent World opening visitors of would Walt (From Pag. 1)) Florida In no way will tolerate lity. to give" during the disturbances BIG ..:f i'i. : j
In the radlcadon of be detracted from t the favor- Inmate beating." lie warned, : Roberts added. ,
the Insect able attractions of the state, per cent. Clerk Edwards said however, that any Inmate who The secretary reported that
It Is also Mid that tourismis taking home with them the Image that would cost around$20,000. attacks !another prisoner or a Johns was responsible for one i I !
adversely affected and with of the courting: bugs. In the new budget: will member be of the prison staff wing of the prison and that -0 f r i
prosecuted In state one of the reasons the guards'
----------------- -The Fire"Department request courts. suspensions were reduced was CuJ'11
-- _.. a is up $6.000, mostly because No charges have been brought that they were following the :
I of retirement contribu: against the captain's orders. : r h 7
r'ln tions and additional overtimeand Roberts said, as poleondencehas Roberts said that although :
Person* I holiday. been developed to support MaJ. McKenzie had been accused i
No cuts were made In that such charges. The Duval County of using mace on one :
$43,356 budget request t grand Jury, with its Investigative Inmate he had taken care to !
BLUE GRASS SPECIAL : -A $114,057 request was submitted to resources, was unable see that the man was not In- 6 MORE DAYS i
by Police Chief Ken come up with indictments jured. II. said that McKemle
Fuqua an Increase of about for corporal punishment Roberts had taken action during a time I
I COUNTRY MUSIC PARK $1.500 over laaty.ar.Thecodm-: added. when leadership was lacking ENDS SEPT. 30th. i
The
: cll trimmed $2,000 from hisrequest secretary: said that Haas- and may have thus preventedmore
furder is being demoted four serious trouble. "I feel
cutting: $1,000 In
LAWTEYOHIOA' uniforms new pay grades and has already strongly' that he Is a good officer -
U I HlGH'U.1! and $1,200 budgeted
for the auxiliary police force. been assigned to a position in and I hope he would I GI'ICd' Buys White They last
the family services divisionof remain In his job." Roberts i i
I Saturday, September 25 8p.m. I Recreation-4500: was trimmed from the the. department in Tallahassee. said.
Department budget The action taken
was against The secretary also said that
PARK OPENS 2 P.M. t from recreation: supplies. Director the former superintendent Turner had demonstrated the i.Si .
Gene Rayburn had notrequested "because of the absenceof role of leadership that was ..
Formerly From Grand Ole Opry : additional funds this leadership that was necessary missing from the superinten S 1!( II .
but
year the cut will place and was his responsibi dent's office. tS .

The Notional Champion Fiddler burn his budget said he under can 30000.operate Ray will _,..."..,._"_""" .. ....<. Chubby Wise the same budget he had last : i
year, but anything cut will hurt .. BALLOTtj' :
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badly. '
I -- ALSO -- I II -The administrative budgetwas SECOND PRIMARY i OUR BEST LINE L Ls I'':1

I DIRECT FROM N. C. BLUE GRASS FESTIVAL II I $158.255 turned up$23.0000verlalt into the councilat s PANELING I I :
j 'Iii'i if :
year. There were no big single GENERAL ELECTION ;
I CHARLIE MOORE AND THE DIXIE PARTNERS .C I
BY ABITIBI '
Increases but the small ,p II \:: /: :
I ones added up. The council Starke, Bradford County, Florida fill t'l' { i I '
I -- PLUS --- cut only $2,000 of salary Increases I ,+ l :
I '1J")II r I,, I
for city: hall employees. SEPTEMBER. 28, 1971 .
THE FLAT TOP TRAVELERS THE SOUNDS Expenses of the Utility I. H '
,
I OFI| { ,1"1' .... .. I'
Department are up some $67- To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the '; -:;_ :
BLUE GRASS, KEN CLARK'S MERRY MOUNTAIN) 000 but that can be laid to the ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of I .
$70,000 Increase in natural gas the name of the for whom desire to vote. Cold .. \-
I BOYS I sold to the power plant. person you :Corsican Green, I _-: __ 11 ;:
II I CHIEF OF POLICEFor :Oil Crown Walnut'PANELLING i ; I St :
Adm. ADULTS $3.00 CHILDREN Two Years Vote for One \...
I 6to12-50c ,, ,-.': .g I""....... .. .:
I BuchliolzOn KENNETH FUQUA ,-r N t J: :\,, :

Coaling October 9ui Tap. WILLIAM F. (BILL) ROSSER n STUDS :. .11# ,.' ?' .:; ':

FLA. SHERIFFS BOYS El .. 1 169j .
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RANCH BARBEQUE Best Bobcat: COUNCILMANFor Special i'I
The Bobcat: offense Is rated
With The quick by the BUS scouts. Buch- Group 4 I
,I Osbourne Bros. I II holz When likes to go to the out For Two Years Vote for One I ?.,. LAUAN PANELING !
side. going islde the Bobcats
I Grand Ole Opry Show! I like to trap. One of their l-r 6 .ACCESSORIES INCLUDE
best offensive plays is offtackle ERNEST- W. ALLEN -- ., | Putty Sticks, Pr.finith.d( 4MM \. S

.1 I Bring The Family has nadoes', a been play off a similar good tackle ground to play the gainer which Tor- VERNON D..-SILCOX I Is I { :. "Pan.I Molding Award", Colored Nails PANELS 4'x8'' 88 .::

L No Alcoholic Beverages Permitted I for years and proved effective .
__ ___ against Baker County. 1----1 3 For Lasting Beauty Panel) ;
$ Adhaiva -
EACH :


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VOTE 2'x8'WHITE :

i PLASTIC BathRoom,. Tileboard .

+ i CORRUGATEDPANELS LIKE. YOU*MAY'. RAVE NEVER SEEN !

ERNEST W. ALLENt : BY ABITIBI .. S

*. i $:R.gs.;; 25 REG. i

r : 2 SHEET $11.69 $999

QTY COUNCIL ., : .:

;itf r': MAYFLOWERS :
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uI ::4 APRIL SHOWERS ;
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The Decision Is Yours. ;' 1, I -J : CLOSEOUT. AVOCADO FLORENTINE:
BLUE ROMANO MARBLE:
ON
S MIXED COLOR ASPHALTSHINGLES
Do You Want On Your Council A Man ':; ;: tr i GOLD DUST :.
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Picked To Run Or A Man Who Choose r" NAIlS :

To Run Ills Own Race? I S 235 lb. Reg. 240 lb. : .'

i SEAL DOWNS ALL BRITE COMMON
$9'34 j

L ,i $984 NAILS
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The.Decisions Is Yours. yt- S FRY JOHNS-MANSVILLE ONLY :
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The Picked Man Will Serve His __________________ % $ Z S
Supporters Ernest Allen Will I 840
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Serve You The Citizens PRIMED EXTERIOR i

yr'F | 12-2 WIRE CHANNELGROVESIDING S

r so Ito!
: W/GROUND Ctn.
38"X4'X8fVERY :

ERNEST W. ALLEN is against increased utility lax rate. i Reg. $25.50 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED !

$ 99 EACH :
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ERNEST W .LENwants to return to you the additional tax levied on you. 1$2295 I! 7/16"X4'X8' $7.99 :i :


ERNEST W. ALLEN punts a better working budget, giving you dollar value for dollar =.. ROLL S Z: "

spent : .. ..:
i= WHETHER YOU ARE BUILDING A NEW HOME OR REMODELING YOUR :

ERNEST W. ALLEN ;is against additional bond revenue. PRESENT ONE, WE HAVE IN STOCK OR ACCESS TO ANYTHING YOU i
i NEED! WE ARE HERE 6 DAYS A WEEK, MON. THRU SAT. TO SERVE

: YOU.... S.
ERNEST W 0 ALLEN has i 13 years successful business experience operating managing ..: S ..,

his own business in the city Starke, thus qualifying him to spend your tax dollar JACKSON Remember i. :

wisely for the benefit of all citizens. i III lllll\4. SI l |'li OUR SALE ENDS', i

i im; MitsIKMlfr ; SEPTEMBER
30TH ;
Your Best Interest Tell Your : < VTMI i ....
, tr9I: Neighbors, Tell Your Friends!
6 More
i. Days Of Fantastic Values i

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VOTE ERNEST W ALLEN : So Hurry On Datum Today. I.

Council J SEE. ,. _,>, '._,
City Group 4 September 28, 1971 : r'U. ".' ;. ,.-

i MARC OR BRUCE JACKSON '. :. .,

Thank You For Your Vote And Support BRUCE SCOTT
EDMOND
J i ADAMS I ;.
M. F.I. Adv.)
I I N. Cherry SL Back Cadillac Co. Phone < I .
964
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; LAWTEY
NOTICE ....... for your own sake
TRADE AT HOME
Br EBB BUoelurd and community progress

Grace United Methodist: end with Mr.and Mrs. Leroy
the devotional. They planned
REGISTRATION BOOKS Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; Wor- Hints and family In Sebring. to have a workshop In uJJhoIsterlng -
: CLOSE SAT., OCT. 2, 1971 ship services 11 a.m. and 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand the nrst week In November
p.m.; MYF Wednesday 6 p.m. sons were visiting Mrs.
work-
FOR SPECIAL and several other
Jj ELECTION TO Choir practice 7 p.m.; Prayer Phillips on Saturday.
later. Following adjour-!
shops
BE HELD NOVEMBER 2, 1971 meeting 8 p.m. The WSCS met Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Din- nament Mrs. Newport, assis-
at the Church on Tuesday, 8 kins of St.. Petersburg spent ted by Mrs. O.J. Boyett served Vote For >
p.m. Monday of last week with Mr. > ,
brunch and every one enjoyedthe
and Mrs. Paul Dlnkliu.Mr. and Y
Church of God: Sunday School Mrs. L- Cotton of Hawthornewere fellowship. And Re-Elect I I
JENEVA M. FLYNN 10 a.m.; Worship service 11
visiting during the week.
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Family =
I Supervisor Elections Night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. TO HOMEMAKERS PLAN WORKSHOP MEET KENNETH

'H H"m'-, 'H 'H"H'-e6'o'''__" n'' I I '"I; ), Highland Baptist: Sunday Lawtey Extension Homemakers 11
School, 9:45: a.m.; Worship met with Mrs. Max New :
services, H a.m. and 7:30: port for their first meeting of
.. ; Prayer Meeting Wednes- the season on Thursday, Sept. ty .
r- ''p.m.7:30: p.m. followed by choir 16. "Il' not those who lie
,
Arwood The president presided,Mrs.over Margaret the bus awake nights that ucrrrd, IFUQUAt

PERSONALS iness meeting and the chaplain but those who May awake d
>y e Mrs. Pierce Crews attended Mrs. T.L. Wainwright, brought day.."

t t tt I the,funeral David of L.her Shaw brotherinlaw In LaCrosse --

.. # '.. and on Monday.Mr. Mrs. John. Tye Jr. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home For Our I ((1 _

of Cocoa were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Tye last week. Chief Of Police .
t t tI. Mrs. Margell Dobbs and STARKE ,
children of Madison were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Dobbson PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE
It is with a d..p (..ling of grotilud that I express to Sunday. Burney Dobbs of Thank you voters of Starke for the very fine sup
you fin. citizens of Stark. my heartfelt thank and appreciation Jacksonville was a Saturday
for your wonderful vote you gave me In the t I visitor.Mr. HEIGHTSPHONE port in my behalf on Sept. 14 You have shown your
first Primary. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobsof
I would like to ask you fin. citltens to r.turn to the Gainesville were Sunday 47.1: -3176 interest in our Police Department's Future by makingme
polls on Tuesday S.pt. 28, 1971' and ( visitors of her parents,
give me your vote
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan..
and active support again for the office of Chief of Police. Mr. and Mrs. L.M.McClellanand .......................................... first.
t I Mrs. R.H. Futch were in .

I am humbly yours Tampa birthday on Sunday dinner and for attendeda Mrs. J. : Two New Courses : The issues are clear, all that is left to do is GO

WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER To Be Offered At !
Q. Futch given by relatives at BACK TO THE POLLS ON SEPT. 28 AND CAST
..+. .ilttf t Simmons Park This was celebrating : i

her. Mrs.86th Futch blrdhday and anniversary her : Bradford Vocational Technical : YOUR VOTE FOR THE MAN

late husband, J.Q. Futch, are :
Center
*- S Who lias his quulifkutions
remembered as long ago residents proven |

JVeHave ., -- LORIDA here.George Prescott. of Maxvllle, : Beginning and Advanced Bookkeeping to Begin :
-- who recently underwent sur- : September 27, 1971. i iThe To Those of you who voted for Jimmy Bowen, I earnestly solicit
) 'PEST
A Complete gery In a Jacksonville hospital
4 is recuperating with his niece : Class will meet from 7 to 1000; : your support.
Pest Control Service 'c OHIIOI and nephew, Mr.and Mrs.Floyd
Futch, here. S. Monday and Wednesday : This I Is our opportunity 'to nature Starke of it Modern, (Jp-ToDate

v- CItMICAI 0. Mrs. Clara Olson and son-in- Police Department to better serve you.
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Auto Mechanics will Begin September 28, 1971 :
John Daniel of Jacksonville,
FALL ANNUAL spent Sunday with Mr. and : The Class will meet from 7:00: to 10:00: P.M. i Vole Fuipin Septi'inlxr 28th
Mrs. Lee R. Green and all
& members of the family enjoyed : Every Monday
VEG. PLANTS
dinner together with the Greens. :

TRAY .47 Cauley On Sunday gave Mr.a family and Mrs.dinner E.J.in :. PLEASE CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION; "ALL THE WAY WITH FUQUA"Pd.

honor of their son, Earnle and :
Mrs. Green's father, Elem : 9644150 ( Pol. Adv.)
Onion .43 lb. Starling birthday, celebrating anniversaries.their ........................................

f Twenty-nil; + relatives enjoyedthis
, Sets 5 Ib. 1.97 occasion. Those from
a q out of town were Mr, and Mrs.
Calvin Lee of Jacksonville, Mr.

Rye Grass Seed 5lb. .87 and children Mrs.of Frank Baldwin Starling, Mr. and and The '72 Oldsmobjles are here.

Mrs. Robert Starling of White- --- -- -
100 house, and Mr.and Mrs.Mark-
.$10.97 lee Starling of Starke.
Johnny Brown,who is In training .. 1

DO IT THE EASY WAY, LAY A PATIO OR his at weekend Fort Jackson leave with, S'C'j:Mr.spent and You'll like the changes you see

1"1 1 WALK WITH POPCORN STONES Mrs. Mitchell Brown and

All Sizes This Sale 100.O.ISC. family family.gathered Members for a of get-to-the in the showroom.The ones

",
gether dinner. Those
I 100% ORGANIC LAWN & GARDEN FERTILIZERWITH enjoying
this event were Mr. and Mrs.
MINORS 50 Ib. .-.-..--.........-... $2.47 Paul Norman, Mr. and Mrs. feel the road. And one
Donnie Wise, Mrs. John Brown you on open
J.C. Waner, Mrs. June Prescott -
Complete Selection Grotone Fertilizer and Miss Annie Norman

p-"- HardiGreen! a deluxe fall clh. .89 of Mr.Kalford.and Mrs. Males Grille you may discover in your local
and family were visiting Mrs.
( conditioner to
help pre. Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy
xIast e vent cold damage. 251b. 2.39 Boch and Lynn on Sunday. supermarket parking lot.
n Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brad-
Clean Grotone Pellets 50 Ib. 3.39 ley of Jacksonville were Sun-
day visitors of Mr. and -
For The Lawn 100 Ib. 6.49 R.L. Bradley.Mrs. Mrs. DELTA88ROYALE There's more built-in toughness. A new 111 ,-
O.J. Phillips has returned front bumper absorbs minor parking lot impacts: it flexes, gives a little
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ROSE SPECIAL 5lb. .89 after a visit with Mr. then returns to position. On" the road, its "G-Kide" System helps de-liver L .
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TORONADO The one |personal luxury car that puts it all /
together in quite a different way. Toronado's Rocket .155: power '
Sincere Reliable goes to the front wheels to pull the car o\er the road with
Capable -
superb traction, ride and handling., Inside, Toronado is spaciousand
comfortable. There is ample room for six \-/j.I-/ -'-
1 Would Like To Thank The Voters Of Starke For including their feet-for there is no hump on the _
floor. In luxury in styling in quality it is uniquely ,
Expressing: Their Confidence In Me In The First Toronado. There's nothing common about it. rtFrawdrh

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Primary, Greatly Appreciate Vote ,Inured.ul"ptnJunf ::--

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{I By Mr*. karri Suptky For Cliickt'iiScratnhlt'fi Accepted At

COUNCIL IN REVIEW!
This II somewhat of a presentation chose to widen his field of en- Mrs. Baker Is trying her so must life leave It. The tragedy COMINGS AND GOINGSTo / William CareyRonald
to better acquaint deavor by applying his talents hand at politics for the first of death of loved ones
townspeople with the new City to the task of keeping law and time with her election to the has had a double Impact on the help start off their tenureof Jacksonville spent Sunday with The Bradford County Cham O> Dyal of Hampton,
Council It also gives elected order. council. Her viewpoint seems family of Mr. and Mrs Richard office In their respective Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Dennison. ber of Commerce has drawn and his sister, Susan, have
officials: the opportunity to express Now a resident of four very democratic and her character Keys. positions, Arthur Bruno, A.C. Mary Jasper Jones of Jack- up new rules for the "Chicken been accepted to attend William .
their appreciation for years, Mr. Thomas had at one gives one the Impression lost her Dennison and Wlllard Thomas sonville sister of Mrs. A.C. Scramble" which Is to be Carey College In Hatues-
faith In them time before made Hampton his that her membership on the Mrs. Keys recently attended the Orange Park Cou- Dennison, is visiting the Dennison held In conjunclon: with the Oct burg, Miss. Both are graduates
your
Our new Mayor, Arthur Bruno home. Because of his past relationship council will do nothing but good sister-in-law, Mrs. Shirley ncil meeting Thursday Sept. ,. ober 9 Calf Scramble. of Bradford High School: and are
thanks one and all for their with the town, he for the town. Vannatta, a resident of Rich- 17. Arthur Bruno left Saturday This year there will be three the son and daughter of Mr.and
support. Mr. Bruno, holds a deep regard for Hampton. To sum up the council In a few mond, Ind., died at the early for a weekend combined busi- calf scrambles, one pig scram Mrs. H.O. Dyal of Hampton.
generous who two years ago took over With his apparent sense of wordsThe fine alliance of age of 48 of heart trouble. PERSONALS ness and pleasure trip to ble, and two chicken scram Ronald, a 1967 graduate, was
General Store, justice and good wUl towards such sincere and open-minded Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wads- Miami. bles.In. member of the Bible Club
the Hampton really delved Into the community, I'm sure wu- citizens can only benefit Hamp Richard Keys received word worth, son and daughter-In Mr. and Mrs. B.W., Roark, order to participate in the a Choir, and was Drum Major In
has never lie nevertheless, is lard Thomas will put his best ton. I'm sure I speak for all of the passing of his uncle law' of Mrs. Frances Wads- and daughter, Ruthle, are visiting Chicken Scramble this year In- the band. While attending St. .
,
politics with the needs foot forward to Insure that concerned when I say that the Ephraim Edwards. Residing worth, accompanied by their another daughter. Patsy trants must be between the John's Junior College In Pal-
not unfamiliar and should prove Hampton is protected to the town Is behind them 100%/. in Winchester Ind. Mr. Ed- daughter Cherry, paid a visit Harvey, In Atlanta, Ga. The ages of 7 and 12; must be a atka Fla., he was a member
of the town wards also ,
fullest succumbed to a student In the Bradford
extent. to Mrs. Wadsworth County
last trio will continue to West Jefferson -
fair-minded and unbiased of the S.G.A.,Vest Pocket P1ay-
to be a A.C. Dennison, a veteran GLAD ARRIVALS- heart ailment. weekend. Mr. and School system have a state-
of matters Mrs. Wads- N.C. to visit Mr. ; Circle K, and Debate Club. ..
pursuant most beneficial to councilman of 12 years, la SAD DEPARTURES: Deepest sympathy is felt worth are residents of Biuinell. Roark's mother. ment of understanding signedby He ers Intends, to major In elemen-
which seem launching upon his coming: term Lamar and Martha' Brown for and expressed to Mr. and Mrs. Alma. Dyal went to see a parent or guardian and education while at Carey. :

the Mrs.community Lillian S. Ingcnlath, beginning of office/ with the almost! of have, as of last Wednesday, Mrs. Keys In their great lose Mrs. Jessie Mae Span bnan, her brother A.... Kathevrs In returned to the Chamber office tary Susan, a 1971 graduate of .
Increased their family by one sister to A.C. Dennison by Oct. 1 show proof of
her fourth term as pride. Having the best wishes MAYOR RECUPERATING. spent Lawtey. ; Bradford, was a member of student -
City Clerk, would also like of the majority of voters, Mr. Lamaar Matthew, born Sept- Willard Thomas, newly elec- Saturday visiting her brotherand accident Insurance and not have council and band.She plans ;
ember 15.Young Mrs. Clifford Prevatt.Mrs. won a chicken In a previous :
for the Dennison promises to expressthe in secondary educa-:
to express her gratitute Lamaar ted Marshal and out-going Ma- scramble. to major
upon coming Spartman makes her home In
support she received. same caliber, If not higher sisters yor, was taken ill last weekend Now that there (i. to bea A tion at Carey. '
home, was met by his two Gainesville.Mrs. drawing will be held to
6 1/2 of Ideals which he has displayed
Coming here years from ago Monica and Vonda. Need- with a bout of pneumonia. Receiving Sherry Norman of Law- Special federal departmentto limit the number of students
the
Mrs. Ineenlath. originally the com- throughout!Now: semi-retired years., Mr. Dennison less to say, the Browns are treatment at the Veteran's tey, made a visit last Sunday look after the environment, to 25 In each age group (7- tion of receiving a dollar for
has given
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!New best and pledges to works part-time at odd pleased to announce the birthof Hospital In Gainesville to her mother, Mrs. Shirley we assume the rest oj us 9) and 00-12). each chicken caught or keep- .
munity her Mr. Thomas Is about it.
their recuperating Norman.Mr. can forget Each
son. Congratulations contestant has the op- Ing the chicken.SALE .
In and about town.
continue: to do so to the best Jobs nicely
Helen Baker electedto As life comes Into this world and Mrs. C.H. Harris of
Mrs. was
of her ability.
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Aside from her duties as fill the remaining council m '

City Clerk, Mrs. Ingenlath also seat. Born In Tallapoosa, Ga., 3 DAYS ONLYA' FRIDAY.
Is employed with the University Mrs. Baker, along with her husband SATURDAY
of Florida, doing secretarialwork and five children moved
in the microbiology de- here ten years ago. Mr. and 3G4I2INC: 1O'S !
partment.The Mrs. Baker have owned and
new Marshal has servedthe run a grocery store almost
city for the last two yearsas since they first arrived In ..

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the Florida State Theatre In Mockingbird" won him an cr ,

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I Mrs. Ingenlath Bruno WinCity New Uses for Old SENIOR. .. Ronald GrifTls THE Considerable M1MMUM pressure WAGE' i ill being exerted on Conprettn -

Clerk Lillian S. Ingen Curttss, 22.Council What do you do with old rail Funeral Set for to Increase! the minimum wage right now to
lath was the top vote-getter (two seats) A.C. road stations? The Great CITIZENS 2 P.M. ThursdayRonald 82 an hour, rather than uit until 1973 proposed'
In the Hampton city election Denrtson CincumbenO, 81; Mrs. Northern Railroad has an ., in House bill.
last week with 93 votes Heleu. Baker. 50: Grace Seal, answer. ,i r .. ,_ a that the increase would
contend
She won easily In her bid 43: ; P.H. Lott Sr., 45; Virginia The railroad donated itt '' M. Crane' 41, died The proponent' .
for re-election polling big Roark 18. The top two Askov Minnesota depot to thE '\\I ,, Mr. Joe Kerrigan's wife Wednesday morning la a give the economy a lift by creating additional upending .
margin over her opponent Karen scorers Dennison and Mrs. Pine County Historical Society ..i I.i Dorothy has been hospitalized Gainesville hospital after being This is' fallacious! reaHoniiig.MinimumHuge .
Sup ky.; ,who received 29 Baker were elected.A ,... In the Bradford County Hospital. in 111 health for the past several power.
1 ,, who! lack
for a museum. GN also donatedto given to those
He job are
She months. born In
votes. turnout of 82 per cent ii was stricken with a was ;
A tally of the other race of the voters took Dart In the- the society depot furnish- .ii.t severe hemorrage. Mr. Kerri- Tampa on March 22. 1930, and the experience or kiion-lion to step into higher;
follows: election based on 129 ballots ings and equipment including ..t'" gan attended a conference,Sept. had lived most of his life in brackets. the. first step in the ladder.
They are
Mayor Arthur Bruno. 87; cast and a total of 156 residents telegraph instruments, a torpedo 16, In Orlando at the Park Plaza Starke. wage bill
P.H. LottJr. 38. registered to vote. box, ticket and tariff Hotel. ThepurposeofUJsmeet- Mr. Grlffls was employed at By removing this. botlom rung, not only
Marshal Willard Thomas. canes, train order hoops, three Ing was to dlslmlnate Information the National Guard MaintenanceShop many of these jobs be eliminated, but all Mages! will
73; H rshel Parker 34; Ted \ _Jaeea wall settees and a desk,. and material concerning at Camp Blanding since that inflationary price increasessoon \
._ t the National Conference, and,to 1964, and was a member of the be pushed up HO
a 0SSSaaa -e e e- ------- from the increase.
train those persons not previously First Baptist Church. ., would! blunt any benefits
trained In policy for Surviving are his wife, E.
Elect I mutation and to study Flor- lame Crosby Crlffla; one IOn, '
ida's report to White House Steven; two daughters Rhonda
I If ... .. -' Conference, Nov. 28 until Dec. of Starke. and Patricia, of Fort
2. Lauderdale,! ; his mother;Mrs. : ,
WllllAM (BILL) Randy Ruff This meeting was chaired by Pansy Crtffls and two broUiers. ( >
1 Mr.. Oliver Jernigan a chiefof Roy D. and Jack D. Grlffls
Randy Buff, seaman first >:ureau.on Aging slated: by both of Starke. ,
class il serving aboard a sub Constance G. Walker, Bureau Funeral services will be held
ROSSER tender, Canopus and stationed On Aging. A complete report at 2 p.m. Thursday In Jones
I II Jon Holy Loch, Scotland. will be given to the membersof Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. I
Buff completed basic trainIng the Bradford County Senior A. Hogan officiating. Intermentwill 'a
In Orlando in June. lie >faa Citizen's Club atour next meetIng follow in Kingsley Lake
1970 graduate of Keystone Sept. 28, at the Recreation Cemetery.PlOO. .
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Heights High School. Dept on Pratt St. I

I His parents reside on Mid- ---- !! i
Lake near Keystone Heights. 7iaWI ; I II
Announcing 1 II
:I CHIEF OF POLICE A 1 1I Phil VellangaTo I


I THE ROSSER FAMILY I II Head 1972 t Parts Service Co. II t tt I AM INDEED GRATEFUL FOR THE VOTE

I Toni!, Sherri Renee, Bill Dimes CampaignAppointed

I t IS NOW IN THEIR II t GIVEN ME IN MY BID FOR CHIEF OF PO

Police Academy to head the 1972 LICE IN THE SEPT. 14 ELECTION.
Training
I 11 years business experience March of Dimes Campaign In NEW LOCATION
Bradford County Is Phillip Vel- I
Th years in,Starke Police Dept. 6 years serving as your chief lenga, principal of Starke Ele- I t
mentary School, shown above.In COR. BROWNLEE & WALNUT STS. WOULD PEaI I
I I II : I LIKE TO THANK ALL THE
accepting the appointment NEXT TO MARY CARTER PAINTS
I PLE FOR THEIR KIND CONSIDERATIONSHOWN
I Dear Friends; I II Vellenga stated that having ,
worked with March of Dimes

I I'I I Chief am earnestly of Police.soliciting your vote and support In my bid for election as your for aware the of past the increased two years need he Is of t Plenty Of Parking Facilities t ME IN MY CAMPAIGN.Sincerely I


1 financial help for children born Riglit Up To Our Door
I am running on my own merits, not being financed or run by any person or with birth defects In the United JIMMY BOWEN
.. group I III States. I.. sly.- -- ---- ...
election
In this there Is more at take than the office of Chief' of Police. He hopes the people In the -
II county who have always workedfor

Stop and Think! with the their campaign support will Vellenga continue
I I II says

I $53,280.60 "In Ole Red" 1972 Chevrolet.


This Is the amount ($53,230.60)) that the police budget Is In the red for the
I past 2 year This deficit can be made up only through Utility Bills and Tax.s.I better to the U.S.A.
I This should and could eliminated easily. tsr ,Rdr Building a way see


Millions of Americans of all races have fought, died and were wounded through. 1 a':n"tIdMP@@ '
out the world to pressure peace eliminate dictatorship and guarantee people ; !i / Y, : t
I the right to vote for the candidate of their choice without fear of' reprisalI /1 i, l r l f

I would I like for the 1600. citizens who voted in the first primary to keep this in I II
I mind and return to the polls on Sept. 28, 1971 with the 800 citizens who did not r
vote in the first primary and elect me your Chief of Police.
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I would like to colic ito the vote and active support of the friends of Mr. Jimmy
I Bowen who was an unsuccessful candidate In the first primary. I would like to thank each
I and everyone who voted
In the event I am unable to contact you personally, please accept this as my and supported me In my reelection '. ". '(' ,
I humble for and 28 for Chief' of' Police. for councilmangroup
asklnq your vote support on Sept. 1.LlIf
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I Your vote and active support for Wm. (Bill) Rosser will be greatly and humbly 2.'{ff I can be of attrrttlAl. :: h.; nf,) 4 '" r 1
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appreciated service to anyone anytime
I I Jo not hesitate to call me

I Thank YouWILLIAM I II Thank You

I (BILL) ROSSER I Ir JIMMY McRAE

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OpensIn330Win ,t Taking three of the first four
SW places, Bradford High School's
cross country team opened Its
.; B season Saturday winning a trl-

-t' meet In Green Cove Springs.
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_________ The Tornadoes won the meet
with a low of 24 points. Clay
rM High was second with 32 points,
." while Bolles was forced to withdraw -
I from the meet.
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Bradford Captain Richard Fill

::4r'? t Y 0 paced the Tornadoes, settinga
'''i ta's new course record of 12:37:
tit :
while taking first place.

y t \t',: Teammate Donnie Burch was
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i a mere second behind with a
",. i second place time of 12:39: for
:
: the second half mile course.

Over I If Mark Hodges, a sophomore at
Baker .. BUS, took fourth place honors
with a time of 13:29.:

f
1! Cross Country Coach George
,. Loper said that the team's
", ,' ii, r r'Iii strength lie In these veter
Two ,, (, ,- ans. The remainder of the team
70-yard punt returns provided plenty of action for ., j. Is of
r> ; composed Inexperienced
Bradford and Baker County football fans Friday night but ;' .. freshmen.
;.:. -'"..... -"_ -- xhhhh
also proved prophetic of the 33-0 whitewashing Coach David

Hurse's Tornadoes inflicted on the hapless Wildcats.Two Jimmy Ol..n returned a Bradford punt 70 yards on the fourth play of the gam. the"Though boys have the team a lot lacks of depth.spirit

and a real fine attitude," Lopcr

70-yard punt returns eral good blocks deep In Tor- Statistics punt return: 2) Henry 45 yd. handle this early In the sea- blocked but Bradford led 26-0 for the score with 40 secondsleft said. "The boys Imow that they"
provided nado he took run; EP-Melvln kick; Brown, son. Bradford recovered on the have a tradition to uphold.
plenty; of action for territory as the with 5:31: left In the third perIod on the clock.
Bradford and Baker County Baker punt at his 24. Getting 3 rd. run; EP-Melvln kick; Baker 35 yard line where the .
; First Downs 8 5 4)) Melvin added his third Senior Jimmy Andrews and
Flynn, 31 yd. pass from Ha- Tornadoes again had point
football fans Friday night but a further key block from Ber- posses-
Yds. Rushing 117 40 zen; EP-Melvln's kick blocked sion. Pass Interceptions by Flynn after, proving that BUS this veteran Herbert VanSlckle will
also proved prophetic of the nard Brown, his running mate Yds Passing 120 78 5)) tarter, 4 yd. run EP-Mel; and Keith Tetstone and recov- season has a reliable place be running with the CCteamthis
33-0 ;
whitewashing Coach DavidHurse's Henry, raced for the left side Passes Compl't 8-17-0 8-23-4 vIn kick. Hazen completed a 17 yard ery of a Baker fumble kept kicker. BUS ended with a 33- fall and Is expected to
Tornadoes Inflicted on line and out-distanced three Yds. Penalized 50 35 pass to Flynn to the 18 and Baker stifled: throughout the 0 shut out opening win. add a big boost to the inex-
the hapless Wildcats. Wildcat defenders for the final Punting Avg. 6-35-3 6-31-1 fullback Carter dug out two remainder of the game. Baker perienced team.
Baker's 70-yard punt returnby 50 yards and the first Tornado Fumbles Lost by 0 1 nard Brown to crush his way more yards to the Baker 16. was further frustrated late In Baker County; fans had high
Junior speedster Jimmy Os- TD over for the score. But Bradford drew a 15 yard the fourth period when a Bob- hopes for an upset victory this "I was really happy open-
teen was nullified by a clipping! The two long punt returns Score by Quarters: Melvin kicked his second point holding penalty; which shoved by Hart punt traveled only 18 season as the BakerBradfordseries Ing our season with a big win,
penalty; Bradford's 74-yard came on the first two series BUS 6 7 13 7 33 after and BHS led 20-0 early the ball back to the 31. yards enters Its third decade. especially considering our inexperience -
punt return by Malachi Henry of downs. Neither team could Baker 00 0 0- 0 in the third period. But the young quarterbackcame With two minutes left, Brad- It just wasn't to be. ." Loper said. "Fill .
drive The
went smoothly,handing the Tor- get a going early. Melvin came right back with and Burch both had real fine
entire first half right back with a pass ford took possession at the However, the win may not
nadoes a 6-0 lead with season's of punts with was action a succession Touchdowns by: an onsldes kick-off which the to his speedy wideout, Flynn, Baker 32. Hazen, still stretch- mean as much as It could to times, but we have a long road
com-
opening game Macclennyonly ing only sporadically. Bradford-1) Henry 76-yd. Wildcats didn't know how to In the left flat. Anxious to go ing his new found passing arm, the Tornadoes. In 1970 the Tornadoes ahead of us."

minutes old. Then late In the second perIod after spending last year with completed two of four aerialsto walloped Baker High 41-

Both runs had the fans Jam- a Baker punt by quarter- .H'." ...............____..u.__ the leg In a cast Flynn ran 30 put Bradford at the Baker 6, then went on to only two The will face Its
packed Into Baker High stadiumon back Bobby Hart took a wrong ing from three Baker 14 to Teston roughest seasons a Bradford this Saturday as they meet
their feet.Things bounce and Bradford got the away yards, one Wayne
tacklers. and another to Flynn. Fullback grid team has gone through in powerhouse Palatka at Palatka.
ball at the Wildcat 49. I
got better for Tornado Horse Pleased i Melvins 20 Starting time Is 10:30.:
fans, but high hopes of Baker Bradford QB Eddie Hazen extra point try was Carter went over his left guard over years.

County; fans for their first victory threw low and missed Bernard }
In over 2U years went Brown on a first down pass,
slowly after Henry's big run but fullback Brad Carter got I For First I
and gradually found themselves four yards over his right tack- Game

as they,continued to. open ttie J a.to tba Baker 45... .... New 1912 engineering styling

1971 grid season.Tornado Then on third down .Henry << >*> ,


"One heckuva good job" especially Teston after he received -

says Coach David Hurse of a pass. at frozen 1971 prices.

quarterback Eddie Hazen's Bobby Dyal led the Tor- ..
performance In his varsity; debut -
ton and Bernard Brown named

No against fumbles Baker no Interceptions County.; Lineman Line of the Coach week Mike by Sexton Defensive -- Never better time Ford !

no bad calls, and great passing "Dyal did a-real fine Job a to buy a
la whv the Big.Tornado Is so at tackle," Hurse noted of the
pleased, to say nothing of the
33-0 opening win and almost converted guard.
Gran Torino.
Randy Gaskins was also cre-
250 total yards gained.
"I'm very pleased," Hurse dited defensive with "damn tackle good, as Job"at well One of nine all-I1<'wTori no,;.

everybody said Tuesday.was concerned"Last spring a- as an outstanding game offen Only Fbrd,among all US.car makers.bri ngs

1 bout quarterback. I told them from sively.linebacker Joey Branson to middle, switched guard you a completely new line of mid-size cars.

J.j then tackle.my main concern was this season, was credited with Newest mid! -sire volue. The new Torino is the best built

an adequate Job at both posi I best handling mid-si/c I ord we've ever made New
Hazen completed seven of 13 tions. The nose position Is engineering. Better idea like a steering steman..ulolted
4 passes for 120 yards, a 53.8 Branson's main one this sea- against vibration.Rugged .
.fJJi .e completion percentage. son. When he moves to line- because.
Torino'snew
.
.. :
.' ? "Over-all, we're all pretty backer letterman David Mc-
\. .'., pleased with the ball game," Cutchen, who plays offensive 1 computer-
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tuned
1' said Hurse of his coaching staff. body-
it' .. guard, takes over the none spot
-!:-
__ ,_ "More so defensively) than frame gives
_- ., 4 onenaivety." The Tornado perlmenter. .. eucllcntsupport
1'r His Tornadoes were not con- cornerbacks Bernard Brown '

., slstant with their offensive and Malachi henry and safeties r :=:i-'II': 17 and rigidity.

'v, play, the Big Red menton pointed Gray Flynn and Wayne Teston, ... ....-:..-;' rf'/ S.*.th riding
J out.'More work Is neededon played up to coaches expec- ('Io,. -_ III""
because Torino
., blocking. ta tlons. Gran Torino 2-Dour l Hardtop ql ..,: ..,; '
Just two players graded out "Like I said, our perlmenter ....... rr--. -..- :: has a new coil spring
In the championship class offensively Is gonna be one of our big b n suspension system that
;" ( when the coaches graded assets," Coach Hurse noted. offers sure handling and road-
: ,
each player on both offense Linebackers Wayne Lambus hugging stability Comfortable because you
and defense, Hurse says. and Vernon Barber, neither of get extra riding room in all nine new Torino for 1912
Center Farelon McClellan whom had started at that position Quiet because it's a Ford.
1 JEii.'IIII'' it L ii "had his best game ever," were In the right place at
Hurse the right time, Hurse says. Ford LTD.Woridfamous
says. McClellan gradedout .
Bernard Brown, number 30 lowers his
head
I' thr. 95 cent and outstanding The linebackers didn't make
yards out and bangs through the Wildcat IIn. for the third per at the center was spot. the majority; of the tackles, lor its quiet ride..

BHS score of the night. Tackle Randy Gasklns gra- but It was simply that other now one of the worlds most t
ded out 75 per cent offensively people beat them to the tackles .
They scored five touchuowns, burst over right tackle, got and had a good game, Hurse the coach says. luxurious cars.
getting( across the double line Into the Baker for Ford LTD
secondary said. Gaskins isquiet..plus.
defensive
gave Charles
In End Wright line-
every quarter. The defense about 15
yards, then cut backacross
Intercepted four Baker tackle Bobby Dyal a close race backer Gray Melvin. tackle .
County field
; behind a wall of for
lineman of the week honors.
passes and did not allow the Tornado blockers, and finally Farelon McClellan and defensive -
Wildcats "They are the only two we end Brad Carter did
s single first down just outran Baker's Steve Wll- could credible
say did an outstanding
bn the Hurse
Jobs defensively
ground.
Dame to the
goal line. The
Job offensively. The
others did-
said but .
Improve.One
Using a mix -4 attack, Brad score came with 2:10: left In n't do badly; they have exper- can
ford rolled up 17 yards on the the half ience, and we expect everybody fact the game movie
ground and 120 passing. Full- Gary Melvin added the first to pick up for the Buccholz brought out conclusively Is that
back Brad Carter averaged five of three extra point kicks and game" Hurse termed Malachi certain Individual players did a
yard. In 11 carries for 55yards, BBS had a 13-0 halftime lead. Henry's 74-yard punt return not give 100 per cent hustle.
most of it pff tackle. Henry Gray Flynn, Tornado safety; "just beautiful"he noted Henry\ By grading film coaches will
.led with 62 yards rushing, averaging Intercepted a Bobby Hart pass got a key block from running be able to tell exactly' what LTD Brougham '-Door Hardtop
7-3/44 yards in eight at midfield and returned 16 mate Bernard Brown as he each player did on each play.
carries, most of his yardage yards to the Baker 34 as the neared the Baker goal "In Florida Star Conference ( ors shown with' amt! roofs,
coming on a 45 yard TD run. third period got underway. As competition can't afford wade" ...Lle".lIllres and other t options
Junior quarterback Eddie Ha- Baker quickly weakened or lost Every Tornado back scoredIn not to hustle,"you the veteran Tor- Quiet., plus luxury. You get a J
zen completed a very respectable hope in the second half, the the Baker game. Henry had noado mentor says. 331 V-8. Automatic transmission.Power Boys 8-13 I "register now
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passes the to lead and fullback "Loafing will get you killedIn 1971 Punt Pass. and! Kick Competition,
120 yars through the air. He to their third touchdown. Brad Carter, halfback Florida Star play." Quiet.. plus engineering. Rugged S-frame is computer-tuned Hurry registration ends! October: I I-
was not Intercepted In his varsity Two passes to tight end Bernard Brown and wideout to place body mounts precisely for comfort quiet.
; debut. Charles Wright and wideout Gray Flynn also crossed the
Baker's stunned the Gray Flynn were the big playsas double line. Henry's punt return Quiet.., plus durability. Alumini/cd mufflers, zinc-rtch primer and FORDBelter -

packed ball Oatwen park as he took Hazen tested his passing lxvvarsity set the tempo for the galvanized key underbody parts all help light rust and corrosion. idea for safety buckle up.

Gray Flynn put at his 30 ; competition Wright game, Hurse notes:!

and raced beMnd a wall of deep came for across the first about completion 10 yards Tornado pass receivers Thunderbird.Ford.Torino.Mustang.Maverick.Pinto.See the 1972 Better Idea Cars at your Ford Dealert.Terwillegar .
blockers for what appeared a. then shook off looked good In catching eight
Baker
certain touchdown.: Butofficlals and hustled a tackler passes, the coach noted. Only
ruled that a clip had occurred' out three more one 'pa.. right In the handsof
yards for a 13 yard gain
back at the Baker 32 yard first anda a receiver was dropped.
down at Baker 17.
line as a Tornado tackler was Hazen missed Bernard Brown Fullback Brad Carter did a Motors
angling toward. Center Farelon
McClellan also the victim In the right flat then connected fair Job of running the football -
jras with Flynn at the three yard getting most of his yardage
of a vicious clip further
up. line where Baker's Jimmy Os- off tackles,as the Tor
field the films show
,
gains teen and a teammate Immed redoes line made the old 36
jjfft officials didn't see f It.
lately' made the tackle. The and. 37 KO. Back Warn Tel- "Somehow the magic has
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would happen twice In succession the Baker 3 yard line, and here."
but Henry picked up sew It took only one down for Ber- looked good running the ball,

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In One-Sided ContestLooking :

George Pierce and Charlie
Sawyer have won the Double
more like 'candy- pre-view of what was to Pyers led the host of Ram run- e i V Tennis Tournament which started -
stripers than football as the Rams ground out ners with 98 yards runnbvron 1 ri (1 durum Labor Dav weekend.
In their red and white 200 yard around Brad- 7 carries.His longest carry was I They both fought back through
the Bradford High Junior '* ends and threatened a 55 yarder for the Ram's first
sity was dumped 18-6 the score. the losers bracket and defeated
day night by the Eastaido open and go-all night the to break Clifford Johnson carried the r DeWitt Farabee and Bob White
in Gainesville In their way. ball only four times but scored two matches In the finals.Placing -
opener. Coach John Allen meanwhile Ram TD's on runs of 25 and e f third were Brian Hamilton
Eastsldo completely wondering what had hap 3 vardft. and Fred Barker.
ted the game from start to to the "potent" Tornado Ken Sullivan also had a brilliant -
attack Ram We have had lot of interest
as the de a
ish as the Baby Tornadoes night as he pulled up 72 '
allowed only two comple] \ in tennis lately and the Tennis
themselves unable to yards on 8 carries.
cppe In sixteen attempts.The n : Committee has promised more dt uw Vf,
the powerful outside Besides scoring Bradford'sonly i
Tornadoes were also de TD .....,.. tournaments In the future.
game of the Rams. on a 12 yard peso \ !
The their outside running Hall proved to be Bradford'smost 1 .. ,,. For those who aren't aware I i
score could have ,,
,.
and were forced to leave conslstant '',;.,.,:. ; '. ii
been runner carry- '.. of the fact have two tennis
36-6 as Ram "iIY, ;. we i
and
game plan run Inside. i
Ing the ball for 59 yards on "' ,,,'
constantly found themselves courts completely enclosed by
Though the Tornaodoes com 5 carries. ; 1
the open but unable to hold only two I 1
to the pass. night, one was passes a 12 during Both teams had a rough sub- high fence and plans are to 1I
It took the Hams only Ronnie (Hall early yarder in the stalnuw drive in the first half ( have lights Installed In the near I
fell like confetti. future. So If are a tennis I
plays to draw first blood quarter for Bradford's as red flags you
Dewayne Ryers scampered Many deserved and perhaps t: .
yards around ]left end for All score.of the Ram runners had few not. A spectator would have II buff, come on out and enjoy the C..rg* Pierces sloshing
side's first TD of,the good night as the Tornadoes thought" it was the "SuperBowl" Baker County quarterback Bobby Hart got this one away before being dumped by for courts.non-members We have a(who dally must fee forehand was big factor in
with 8:58: stilt remaining In 299 as one coach des- thi
up yards on the ground champion p.
yield the courts to members).
Farelon McClellan.
first The cribed It.
quarter. play was 24 yds in the air.
One penalty not often seen or social membership for your
cost the Hams 60 yards on 4 entire family which covers all
callsthat of not having a facilities of die club (except:

P-- mouth Following piece. the Rams early Only Good Thing Was The Trip, golf), Is only $12 per month. My Neighbors

score and an exchange of punta. This coming Sunday, Sept.
Bradford set up shop on the The only good thing about good as they were. We were reallv hurt us. 26, we will hold a nine-hole -K
Tornado 28 following a 34 the night was the trip down playing something new with cor- "In the first half we were Scotch Foursome starting at
yard Ram punt.Bradford to Gainesville," said JV Coach ner backs and our defense Just down Inside their 20 and had 1:30 p.m. Pick your own part-
; then marched 45 John Allen following Thursday their problems.] picked up the first down but kz3;
yards on 9 carries down to nights 18-6 trouncing at the "Earley Chandler was ruled drew a ponnllty which moved ner.Following 'the Scotch Four-
the Ham 28 behind a young hands of Easts Ide. Ineligible at the last minute the ball back. After that wecouldn't some there will be a member-
Inside running attack. "Our and he Is one of the key's to pick up the first down ship covered dish supper In to
The Tornado drive then biggest problem was our defense. Chandler will be again." the club house at 6:30: (not a
stalled on the 23 when on sec- for we the were not mentally ready playing In this week's game. This week Allen said that Ladles Golf Associationsponsored
ond down the Tornadoes were tude Is game. The team's atti- "It was Charlie Green's first the Tornadoes will be workingon supper). So all members
penalized five yards for ille- last year's.different Last from that of ball game ever and he made getting off on the snap el-] please bring a dish, and the
gal motion In the back field. year when we the first game mistakes all llmlnatlng costly mistakes, on family.
were down knew
S On third and fourth down from we we could quarterbacks will do. being more aggressive both offensively -
the 28, the Tornadoes selectedto come back, and until we get "We simply didn't get a good and defensively. For all swimmers -- the pool "O this attitude it's going to be a will close Sunday,Oct.3,for the
Job from anybody. When It
to the air but both
go passes today WAS pay-day, wnsn'tit
long season. Tonight s game against Mac- winter
duration of the fall and
time for the big
; fell incomplete and Brad- comes play we "
ford turned the ball over on "Everyone anticipated East- mane 11 a lew tunes but made clenny will be held here at season. So hurry up for that ?
downs.In side to be younger and not as mistakes along with them that Macclenav. Game time Is 7:00.: last swim.

the early going In the sec-
Ij' ond quarter neither team could
substain a drive. Mid-way
rcr through the quarter the Rams
marched down to the Bradford
36. but a pass Interception by
Stewart Strickland ended that ST ARKErS'LOWEST
Eastsldo threat. '
In the second half the Rama
were not to be denied as the
-4T Tornadoes were again forcedto
punt, giving the Ram's good FOODCOMPARE
field position on their own 35. _

This BHS falls Bradford's Mark Pa- Eastslde marched the ball PRICES!
pot as down to the Tornado 25 on FOOD FAIR
and Wildcat for the ball. ouAUtr
tray Bobby
end sweeps of 25 and 20 yard 320 S. WALNUT ST.

On first down on the Red 25, caAao SUPERMARKETS

GAIN LIE the Rams of the scored night on their a 25 secondTD yard U.S. CHOICE

end sweep by Clifford John-
son with 4:08: remaining on "' 1'
the third quarter. :m1.. CENTER CUTSIRLOIN I
...... I FRESHFRYERS
... ,_ 1
Bradford back in
right '
Business the fourth quarter came following a Miracle Whip ..,.......'"....' ... 59c :I I I f

bad Ram punt which gave the ''"'" .
Tornadoes good field position Strawberry Preserves :: 59c I OR. BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND

AUTO SALES SUPPLIES on the Eastside 43. Sunaid Grape Jelly I.. 49c : 1
A costly 15 yard penalty; against STEAKS
Sunaid Jelly I. '" 39c FLORIDA OUAQI 'A' FRISH
BRASINGTONCADILLAC up'a the Rams, along with Apple : I

& Paris Inc. Bradford's first complete Torna-pass Suave Shampoo "..>.'!""<..N'.O'.O". .N..N.' 2/$11/ t.t1- "''''.,.
of the night gave the $ 'N"r'''
does first down the Eastside : ..'0 .. 29C
SALES &: SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS 12.Eastslde's a. on Suave Hair Spray w'Ylo'o: ,; : 49 : 9 WHOLE

Fine Selection of Used C .' Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS defense dug In at Hair Spray 1Y/oiioi"0: : 49 : I LB. 1 1 2 PER BAG
_
Taken On Cadillac Trades this point and Bradford found _
2001 N.W 13th Ph. themselves in a 3 and 9 situation / r / r 1 r / r 1 rY
from the
Rent Fertilizer Spreidern. 14.
A third down fell Incomplete N i.i is
pass -
Barkley Motors, N.W. 8th Ph. 3711-<<1478 and the Tornadoes .

elected to go for It on fourth
TOYOTA down with 7:02: remaining) in :4i.
the final quarter. 0 n fourth
4 wheel drive and oars
down Charlie Green let loose di
Sale! ; Part. Service with a bullet which found Ron- _
Clean Used ToyoU
LIpDELL nie Hall In the freeze zone for
1700 N. Main 376-12 the score. 1 L flllq _
Glass Bradford threatened again
Company
Beauty Academy mid-way through the final quarter COMPARE !
Pantry
SEALED IN PLiOFILM 1 ,
but were forced to give APPLE
... up
POWELL'S Fronts For Every-Mirrors Furpoe" the ball on the Ram 43 as three Libhy Drinks &S ::T.:ssss: ': 999cIOIIM / 1 Pride ro" .UHNUSI I GO

Enclosures--Shower* Green passes fell Incomplete. Southland Greens / .. 0/09C//
Beauty Eastslde then "put the icing I"el / 1 MISH BAKED

Leant a ProtowVm In Tope Glass Re on In sagain ix playsmwithInagJohnson French Fries 00...I ,9 -. "*.! 29c I COFFEEIS "sun,", om".'OWN A.m.ICI ni OHM tnt" PIES

Spn.re.Ttm", Full or Part NEW LOCATION going in for the score Frozen Hash Browns ":Oi.N:...11.. o/ri J1,// 1 tmrI: !
219 N.W. 10th = 378-2766 from the three. .... i i
1228 So. Main Gainesville Frozen French Fries '-' 3/29c/ C 017

ELECTRIC MOTORS Breaded Shrimp :.r:: :" nift C149I I 59 3 9c
372.8191 ; 372.1102 "O I i* I0' 1oii BAG //J::, 22ozVIKYDAY .
<189
Breaded
ELECTRIC TigersGobble Shrimp -, ,::1 it tOK ,pi I

Motor Repair Co.Of WEAR
Go.inevlU, me. [ LOW MICf1/ HtKYDAY LOW PKICfl \ WHY DAY LOW HUCf1! tVHYDAY LOW HtlCl t ][VtKYDAY LOW MICH

Y Y Y Yry
Repairing: Rewinding-/ 'N DRAG .I/ 4O SIIVINOS FAULTLESS rN .a
NORTHERN CHOCOLATE _SOUTHERN_ _SILII _
New and .V-S BETTY CROCKERUDS
Suite BATHROOM NESTLE'S INSTANT FABRIC DEVILEDCRABS
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. -&
MOVERS ow Shlrt. Rental.-Flor helm. Shoe Hornets TISSUE QUIK POTATOES FINISH

SporUwear e e
Lake Butler running back 4 IIOll w 599CCK
Loin DI.lance Moving. -.13 W UNIVERSITY Benny Hudson gained 258 yardsi. PAK 1
Slornge Packing. GAINESVILLE MALL 20 carries to lead Lake
Crating-: _, Butler to a 31-20 victory over U.S. NO. 1
Yree EitlmaUs Call the Hawthorne's Hornets In FANCY RED. i i Golden RipeANANAS
their grid opener
Hudson] a senior icoredthree DELICIOUS !! WHITE : '

times on runs of 32, 52, 20
BALDWIN yards to give the Tigers the POTATOES
Suwannee Vallev victors' !I :; rnrrra
%-. ORGANS APPLES II
Teammate Stauton Howard ; \ ., tFrnirrl'
Van Service, Inc. CMOtCI Of IW ARTISTS'.CiCvha.wMUSIC1. kicked a 38 yard field goal as '\::::<: .J IOC
well as adding tour extra po1 ts. 10 ... '
3140 N.E. Waklo R*. O'vUle Hornet quarterback Everett 49c- ..,(;])
3TM271 Brown started in the losing LB LB BULK I
cause, passing for three to 4 48 c i
touchdowns: a 23 yarder to BAG i 'm waA.rr. 11.a; r L1A1KI
AUTO SALES SERVICE ttopDtav Ctr. In-PSI Carl Daniels; and 16 and 40 CARROTS..10iCELERY.1
yarder to Byron Starke. I : : ................./.....17
Tropical Pontiac, I The game was close only)
and Industrial for a quarter'as the Tigers wiYoir low MX i' ifvftrsjr towftiri/irvirs r LOW mat BONUS euri fYff o r tow nxt> 1 mtriur tow nxi'PANTtY
Inc. Jumped out to an early 14-0 luscious WHIfl "
Ml HOW AGI
r lead on two Hudson runs. The SLICED ,SIEDLISSGRAPES P l i
Hornets came right back then SLICED AMERICAN CHEESELOAF TRASH CANLINERS COOKING
with Brown filling the air with BOLOGNA CHEESE DRINKS OIL
Fe Tractor, TD's.passe, two of them good for 59* ,-tfeh 2 : 49

acfory Authorised.. FORD Tiger quarterback Dale Green

Pontiac Tractors A Implement put Lake Butler on the scoreboard mir *r low ntti 11 rvif'sir tow rtici i wtrsir tow nitti IONUS iur// ,FRIDAY lOW ncII, I,mir 4r lotrnuaf imirw low MICK
early In the second period
Solas-Parts.Service USED EQUIPMENT on a 10 yard scraper. Ho- FRENCHBREAD
2101 N. ward was again'! true with his RIGHT Whit BANANALOAF FRENCH ORANGE
Main SIMIAYTOOTH
PART SERVICE conversion and minutes later GUARD HAIR CAKE 1." 10Ar ,V.M=I JUICE
Goin.svllfIFlp.I. with a field goal as Lake But. FRIES
372.2583 N. W. 6th FLA.37S2S48.GAINESVILLE. ler halftime Jumped out to a 24-13 leadat 29 2,29

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Community News



In The Circuit: Court of Flo- By Elizabeth Clveiw; Walker
PROPOSED nJa Eighth Judicial CircuitIn In The Circuit Court Of The CALL FOR BIDS

CONSTITUTIONAL And For Bradford County, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida Sealed bid proposals will be Girl Scout Troop 626 Meets have written reports The quarter -
AMENDMENTTO Florida In And For Bradford County. received by the Board of County LIAMS pastor. Senior Choir ing Worship. 11 a.m. I Dinner will begin with Sunday
each Monday at5p.malGreat-
Case # 1179. rehearsal each Monday night. will be served at 12:30.: Lea Services will
Commissioners of Bradford School at 10 a.m.
BE VOTED ON Case No.-
AME Church.All .
Allen
NOVEMBER 2 1971 DivisionPeggy In He: The Marriage of GeraldL. County, Florida, until 10:00: A. er Interested Chapel girls are invited Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board gue at 4 p.m. Evening service be held at 3 pjn. with Rev.

Ellen Payne, Individually Croff. Husband and EdnaD. M, on October 4, 1971 for fur- to attend and Join Troop No. 3 will meet each Tuesday 6 p.m. Visitors always II.L. Herod and his conerega-
NOTICE OF ELECTION Sheppard Croft, Wife. One Crawler night. Prayer Meeting Wed- welcome. Monday night.
Tractorto
and as Executrix: of the Estate nishing 626 to Join In the Scouting tlon In charge.
WHEREAS The Legislatureof of Pearl Payne Haertle. NOTICE OF SUIT be used by the Bradford fun. Parents are Invited to at. nesday night. Thursday night Sept. 21, Free Will Baptist
1971. under the Constitution deceased Plaintiff, -vs- TO: Gerald L. Croft P.O. Box County Mosquito Control in tend. the Ladles Circle will meet GREATER ALLEN CHAPEl Church, Rev. Williams and

of the State of Florida Charles Cohen, et al., Defen- 666. Youngstown Florida sanitary landfill operations. Mrs. Allen Friday night the AME CHURCH, REV. C.E.JEN congregation will render ser
passed YOU ARE HEREBY notified Specifications be secured Prayer Band will meet at KINS, PASTOR, Sunday is
Joint Resolution No. dants. may SENIOR CITIZENS Mrs. quar- vice at 8:00: p.m.
7-B,_proposing an amendment NOTICE OF SUIT that an action for dissolutionof from the Clerk of The Cir All Interested Senior Citizens Fannie Brown's home. terly Conference for this con- All captains are asked to contact -

to the Constitution of the State TO QUIET TITLETo marriage has been filed a- cult Court, Bradford Coun'y, are reminded and Invited to attend Saturday night the League will ference year, with Rev. CE their members for the anniversary -
galnst you and you are required Courthouse, Starke, Florida be selling dinners In the kit- Toston. Presiding Elder In that will
of Florida and they did determine the Defendants: Charles the meeting at the Neigh- program
-
and direct that the Cohen and-.Cohen-hls wife; to serve a copy of your 9/16 3t 9/30 borhood Service Center at RJE chen. Sunday is Youth Day. charge. Sunday morning at 11 terminate on the fourth sm-
written defenses, if any to it Sunday School at 9:30. Morn a.m. all boards are asked to
School from 1-3 Thursday : day In October.
said Joint Resolution be sub- William Curry and Euphenla on Eugene F. Shaw, Attorney p.m. )
Curry, his wife; Sigmund Ros- Sept. 23. The cooperation of all
mitted to the electors of the for Wife, whose address Is NOTICESeptember
enhelm and Rosenhelm, Is needed for success.
State of Florida, at the Spe- 142 West Call Street Starke,
cial Election to be held on his wife; Michael Wade and Florida, and file the original 15, 1971 SCHOOL NEWS
November 2 1971. Wade, his wife; W.H. with the Clerk of the above- I Carl Hurst. Mayor of the I
Ms All adults Interested In night
Wright and Wright
styled Court on or before Sep- City of Florida
Starke
NOW, THEREFORE 1 by virtue Invited to attend at
801sterk classes are
wife; J.B. Zeall!, J.C. -
tember 30, 1971 otherwise of the
RICHARD (DICK) STONE, J.T. Klngi. Sr., and Mary ; a authority; vested In the Vo-Tech or at IUE. Classes -
Judgment may be entered against me by law, do hereby call
Secretary of State of the State ng, as the surviving directors you for the relief demanded Second Primary Election to be a are in session Monday GRAND

of Florida, do hereby give and trustees of the In the Petition. held at the Fire Station, in the through Friday at the VoTech.and .
notice that Brooklyn Land Company, a dissolved Tuesday and Thursday at
a Special Election WITNESS my hand and the foresald City by qualified voters -
will be held In each County corporation flbompeon ; J.D. seal of said Court on 2nd Sept. on Tuesday, September RJE.

In Florida, on November 2, Thompson and Louisa 1971. 28, 1971, A.D., for the purpose CHURCH NEWS
his wife I.N. Cable and OPENINGAT
; Gilbert S. BrownAs of
1971, for the ratification or electing the following officers -
rejection of the Joint Resolu- Emma Cablej his wife; J.S. Clerk of Said Court : Mt. Plsgah AME Church Revival -
Grlner Griner his
tion proposing an amendmentto By: Beulah M. Moody Chief of Police for two years meeting started Sunday.
wife-; J.H. Lawrence and J. As Deputy' Clerk One Councilman Group 2 For Sect. 20. with Kev. Willie Ma-
the Constitution of the Stateof Belle Lawrence, his wile; E. 9/9 4t 930In two years. this In charge and preachlnf OUR NEW sTORE FACILITY AT
Florida, viz: A. Smith and Desta 11. Smith, J<
One Councilman Group 4, For nightly ev. Uimore is pas
No. 1 his wife; Jessie T. Stewart, two years. tor. Everyone Is Invited to at
House Joint Resolution 7BA a widow and only heir at law The Circuit Court of Florida tend for spiritual strength LAKE BUTLER FARM CENTER
Joint resolution proposingan of H.J. Stewart, deceased; If Eighth Judicial Circuit, Inspectors for said Election:
alive, or if dead to his or her In And
amendment to Section 5 For Bradford County. Mrs. Margaret Prevatt Mrs. EBENEZER BAPTIST
of Article VII of the Constitution unknown heirs, devisees, legatees Civil Action. Case tin -. Irma Buford, Mrs. Peggy,Shaller CHURCH REV. LEROY DAVIS 1 MILE SOUTH OF L.AKE: BUTLER\ ACROJ.P SR 121: I FROM OUR FERTILIZER PLANT
grantees: and all other
or Re The of Linda
of the State of Flo- : Marriage Mrs. Louise Tenley, Mrs PASTOR: Bible Class each
persona or parties claiming Ann Barrosse Wife And Ronald DOYLE HAZEN OWNER
Ida the R.O. Dansby, Mrs. L.M. Pickering Monday night. Prayer Meeting
limiting prohibition by, through, under or against Raymond Barrosse, Husband -
against! estate.Inheritance and them And to: All parties or NOTICE OF SUIT Mrs. Edward Burns, each Thursday night. All mem-
Mrs. Carl Mathews, William bers and friends are Invitedto
Income taxes to natural per- persons having or claiming any To: Ronald Raymond Bar- Holland SATURDAY SEPT. 25SOFT
Merrill Struth. participate In these activities
sons only and right title or Interest in and -
providing an rosse, 2053 Glencoe Way, Hollywood In testimony whereof, I Regular church servicesare ,
to the described
effective date.WIIEREAS property as California
hereunto subscribe my name held each first and third
it is Intended by follows: YOU ARE HEREBY notified
and cause the Seal of the said Sundays
PARCEL I that action for dissolution of
this amendment to limit death an
town to be hereunto affixed
and income tax immunity to To reach the starting point marriage has been filed againstyou this the 15th day of September GREATER BETHLEHEM

natural persons as opposedto of commence the NE at 1/4 the of S.E.the SW corner 1/4 and you are required to 1971, AD FREE! WILL BAPTIST ---
artificial serve a copy of your written CHURCH, REV JASPER \VILSmnkry F R E E
persons or entitles Section 13 Township South, Carl
of defenses, If any, to it on ElzleS. Hurst.fayor
created by or pursuantto Range 22 East Bradford County Sanders, Attorney for Petitioner ATTEST Merrill Edwards
law such as business corporations Florida; run West 330 feet; whose address is 138 Clerk.It : SnaytiCAMPFIRES
City .
professional corporations thence North 612 feet to
run West Call Street, Starke, Flo-
banking associations a' point which Is the starting rida, and file the original with 9/23 DRINKS &
UNATTENDED
LEFT ?
savings and loan associations point; thence continue North 388 the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt CAN CAUSE A .
and other entitles feet; thence run West 312 feet on or before October 11, FOREST DISASTER!
brought into being by compliance (269' plus 43'). thence run South 1971; otherwise a Judgment may In The Court of The County DOOR PRIZESWE t
with state or federal 08 degrees 43' East to an Iron be entered against you for the Judge Bradford County, Florida
pipe located In Silver Lake relief demanded In the Petitionfor In Probate.In .
statutes; andWHCREAS. 142.1 feet more or less dis- Dissolution of Marriage. re: Estate of THOMAS T. OFFER. ,
this amendment tant from the N.E. corner of WITNESS my hand and the LONG. Deceased.
HARDWARE FENCE FEEDS SEEDS FENCE POSTS -
WIRE -
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will, however,continue to prohibit Lot 7, Block "C", of Mt. Plea- seal of said Court on this 1st TO ALL CREDITORS AND -
imposition of these taxes sant subdivision (plat thereof day of September, 1971. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR CATrLtKENS SUPPLIES; & GENERAL FARM SUPPLIESWE

private being recorded In Plat Book Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES-

contract between set 2, page 45, Bradford County By; Beulah M. Moody TATE: FEATURE
I Hors and trustees, but the Public Records); thence from Deputy Clerk You and each of you are here- PURINA CHOWS

Legislature will not be barred the iron pipe run 263 feet ((220' 99A4tchg by notified and required to present -
plus 43') East to the pointof 920In
from Imposing a tax on those any claims and demands ,

forms of business trusts which beginning.PARCEL H which you,/or either of you, I (

obtain special statutory attri- Starting at NE corner of NE The Eighth Judicial Cir- may THOMAS have iTroNG"mlrst the, Bradford estate of hu r EVERYONE CORDIALLY

butes from the state of federal 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 13, cuit Court of Florida In And deceased. fate! of said County .gt: VV

government, such as so-called Township 8 South l, Range 22 For Bradford County.In to the County Judge of Bradford INVITED
"Massachusetts/ business East, of Bradford County, Flo- Re: Petition of SAUCE County .Florida, at his office In ll'i up to you to protect, ourforrnls

trusts" rida, run West along the quar- MARIE VALDEZ: a minor, the court house of said Countyat from lire I

lie it Resolved by the Legis- ter section line between the by her Grandmother and Next btarhe, lorlda, within six
lature of the State of Florida SW 1/4 and the .NW 1/4 of said Friend ALICE GURllllE.CIVIL calendar months from the time

That tho following amendment section 330 feet, to a point; ACTION CASE NO 1163 of the first publication of this

to Section 5 of Article thence South parallel to the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO notice. Each claim or demand

VII of the State Constitution East line of said quarter sec- APPLY FOR CHANGE OF shall be in writing, and shall
tion 320 feet to point whichIs
a NAME. state the place of residence and
is hereby agreed to and shall the point"of beginning thence:
To: JOHNNY VAiDEZ and post office address of the cla-
be submitted to the electorsof continue South 1000 feet; thencerun others who may have objections. imant and shall be sworn to by
Florida for approval or East 10 feet; thence run the claimant his agent his attorney -

rejection at the general election North 482 feet;thence run North You are hereby notified that and any such claim or

to be held in November 38 degrees 36 minutes 38 sec- the; above-named Petitioner,. demand not so filed shall be
192 Uf authorized by onds East a distance of 179 void.
or, ALICE MARIE VALDEZ, wflbse
tha feet; thence run North 50 degrees /Myrwln J.
thrue-fourths of member residence address is 434 Polk Long
ship of each house of the 4 minutes 4 seconds Easta Street, In the City of Starke, As of the Last Will and Testa-
distance of 271.84 feet to
Legislature! at an earlier Bradford County Florida, intends ment of executrix.
the East line of the SW 1/4 For the ofa
Thomas T
deceased
special( election; Section 5 of of said Section 13; thence run to apply to the Honor- Long, price

Artlde MI shall be amendedto North along said quarter sec- able George L. Patten, Circuit First publication Sept. 23, 1971
read as follows: tion line 200 feet; thence run Judge, at his office In the

Section 5.Estate,Inheritance West 330 feet back to point of Bradford County: Courthouse in 9/23 4 tp 10-14
and Income taxesc Starke. Florida, at 2:00: p.m.

(a) NATURAL. PERSONS. No The above described two parcels on October, 22.[ 1971 or as soon new Skylark 350

tat upon estates or inheritances of land are also described thereafter as Petitioner can be NOTICEELECTION
as including all of that part of heard, for an order changing
or upon the* income of the (NEI/4)) Petitioner's name from ALICE OF: Two ((2)) Supervisors

natural persons who are residents of the Southwest Quarter ($W- MARIE VALDEZ to ALICE for terms of four

or citizens of the state 1/4)) of Section Thirteen 03), MARIE GURTHIE, by which (4) years each for BRADFORD you can owna

shall bo levied by the state, Township Eight (8)South) Range name Petitioner shall thereafter Soil and Water Conservation

or under its authority In ax-. Twenty-two ((22)) East lying between be known. Districts.

ce..s of the aggregate of Silver Lake on the West WITNESS my hand and the October 12, 1971
Lake the East seal of the Court at Starke, Buick.
amounts which maybe allowedto and Bolt on Pursuant to the Soil and
Florida this 18th day of Aug.
and South of a line 320 feet Water Conservation Act Chap-
be credited deducted
upon or South of the North line of the ust, 1971.GUbert. ter 582 Florida Statutes of
from any similar tax (NEI/4)) of
Northeast Quarter 1949 and Chapter 28094 of
levied by the United States or the Southwest Quarter (SWi/4). S. Brown 1953, and an amended 1965,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
any state. less that particular parcel of By Barbara M. notice Is hereby given of an You'll find Buick's Skylark in a Buick ride. Smooth and quiet. nickel-plated engine exhaust
the EarlA : Moody
b OTHERS. tax
( ) NO upon real property conveyed by election to be held on October
Incomes of residents and citizens Haertle and Pearl Haertle, Deputy Clerk 12, 1971 for the election of: price class you're very used to. Plus Buick engineering valves and a semi-closed

ether than naturalperson's his wife, to Joseph S. Daurer 9/2 4t 923NOTICE Two ((2) Supervisors for termsof But with a lot of things that and performance. A standard cooling system.
shall be levied by the and Rosemary B. Daurer Ms four ((4)years each. .

state, or under Its authority, wife, by Warranty bead POLLING PLACEs): Farmers might be very new to you. 350-cubic-mch V8 that's res- This year, perhaps more

in excess of 5% of net Income\ dated June 19, 1959, and recorded OF APPLICATIONFOR Mutual Exchange, Fairgrounds, Like Buick comfort. The ponsive, yet economical. With than ever before, you ought to
TAX DEED
June 30, 1959, in Official Surke Florida JL.'faters
as defined rate by as law Is,authorizedby or at such Record Book 5, page 343 Sec. 194.16, F.S. Grocery, Lawtey, Florida, N. rich cloth scats standard in our Buick technical advances like consider getting all this Buick-

greater of the Public Records of Brad- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, G. Hayes Jr. Grocery, Brooker 350. Thick Especially when
Skylark ness.
a three-fifths ((3/5)) vote of ford County, Florida; and less THAT George Ricks the holderof Florida. new car- you

the membership of each houseof that particular parcel of real the following certificates: has Polling Places( ) will be open peting. Even a deluxe can get it Skylark-priced.

the legislature or as wUlpro'lde'for property conveyed by Fred A. filed said certificates for a tax between the hours of 8UU: wheel. --_"- .
( the stale the max- Haertle and Arlene Haertle,his deed to be Issued thereon. The a.m. and 5:00 p.m steering _

imum, aimnint which may be wife, to E.L. Tucker by War- certificate numbers and years All qualified electors residing And the

allowed too> credited against ranty Deed dated July 19, 1965, of issuance, the description of within the District shall be /

incomvj taxes levied by the and recorded July 26, 1965, In the property, and the names In eligible'to vote In this election.A --__ ,/-O..
Official Record Book 51 which It was assessed are as
and page
United Spates other states. qualified elector as definedin
205 of the Public Records of follows:
'
There 'shall be exempt from the Florida Soil ConservationAct
Bradford County Florida this Certificate No. 5
,
teat Includes qualified -
than five any person
taxation
noc
Year of Issuance 1967
property all lying and beingin
thousand dollars ($5.000)) of Bradford County, Florida. Description of Property COM to under vote the in Constitution general elections and-
the excess of net Income sub- AT NW COR OF SW 1/4 of SW
You, and each of you, u. Statutes of this state who is
ject to lax over the maximum notified that a suit to quiet 1/4 RUN E 610 FT, S. 110 also a landowner in the herein
amount allowed to be credited title to the above-described FT FOR FOB, RUN W 50 FT, named District.
against IncoYne taxes levied by property has been filed againstyou S. 100 FT, N 100 FT TO FOB
Name in which assessed H.L. Robert N. Morris, Coordinator
the United States'and other and you are required to Soil & Water Conservationcc
Hartley t
serve a copy of your answerto
states.
All of said property being In : Chairman
DATE. This the Complaint on the Plaintiffs -
EFFECTIVE:
(c)
the County of BRADFORD,State
James E. Clay-
section shall become effective! attorney, Secretary
ton, of Clayton, Duncan, Johnston of Florida. District ConservationistsFile
by
Immediately upon approval Clayton, Qulncey, Ireland Unless such certificate or
the electors of Florida.TESTIMONY & Felder, Post Office Box 1090. certificates shall be redeemed Area Conservationists

IN WHEREOF, I Gainesville, Florida 32601, and according to law the property

Have hereunto set my hand file the original in the officeof described in such certificate 9/23 2 tp 9/30
and affixed the Great Seal of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton or certificates will be sold to

the Stata o/ Florida, at Tal- or before October 14, 1971. the hlghetf bidder at the courthouse 1972 Buick Skylark.

...'the,Capital, this theo otherwise the allegations of the door on the first Monday Neighbors
) day of August AJO., 1971. Complaint will be taken as confessed !- In Month.of October 1971 which My

'RICHAW (PICK) STONED Is the 4th day of dctober, 1971 .--k....... Something to believe in.
SECRETARY OF STATE This notice shall be published Dated this 10th day of August, A '\
once each week for four consecutive ,1971- "d cr gazlJp
weeks In the Bradford Gilbert S. Brown it ,

County Telegraph. Clerk of Circuit Court of

DATED this 31st day of August Bradford County, Florida. (
t
didnt/ hoot good 197LCircuit ....1: "rf
Titty
/ 4 very ( Court Seal) 9/2 4t 9/23 "'I ,
day on 1h* golf COUTH, but Circuit Court J"aI mar
,h. fointf out that ttMn," ''h.. Clerk "- ;
cam torn she pot .in ,he'gorage Bradford County, Florida "Some men think of themselves f-1J"a;
Beulah M. ; See all the 1972 Buicks Buick dealers.
'in ant.i By Clerk Moody as big wheels, Just because now at your
." Dejwty they're around in
e S going
9/9 4t 9/30 circles."
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I FAMILY SOAP MAKING

.... ... ........ II -::' r*.. W III "- the Editor.
=-m t"' ..,....-.,:"&".. ..."..-. w"'... Nw.all.te ...-.. ..
styles in advertising nave products were as amusing as scenes of the Saturday night rich widow: all with the same /_._..' _'11w\Lfle,! -. .lh.. a.a!!..l, j :_'...._.. __S3 arSKSSSRS.
changed over the years Just the sweeping claims of, movie? dose of medicine? ..
as much as styles In women's manufacturers who usually offered "Ben Jones was a capital also -
This 1910 advertisement D. UitcEii's ASTHMA & CATARRH REMEDY
clothes/ and automobile. a "money back" guaran fellow but he was so confound- seemed to be forerunner oltoday'
But to a person now readIng tee. There was Dr. Kline's edly sallow that Ms friendsall a that II.y.-... ,-=gzsir;: : .::::_.....,......... Dear Mr. Matthews: sure he should be an authority;
old Issues of The Telegraph Great Nerve forsook him frank messages ::.:...=. '::-.'::. -::'; =. or='r :.":J-: Thank you very much for the on alcoholism and drug addic-
Re.torert.S: ,even his sweetheart deal with subjects once only -.. .... ...,....... ., -.. l:1.- If he
:t.-t: : :toDo : And it helps enjoys
and tion.
dating back to ttielSBO'sand mona Red Z. Liver Regula publicizing of our meetings
she shook him
which whispered behind closed doors: E5:=r..E.i: .i -5::r'1:
90'., It must seem like tor. Smiths Bile Beans and made poor Ben loudly bellow. "When the bowels are uncomfortable .YwMwrrw-nww/N11u1. _ the early settlers of Starke Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Rootto -- Now Ben had a friend named and miss that fine ,, rr ,' T. = .=.w.rrw/wr-=:;----J::: :NW'YIM.IY': .. .. '::' Telegraph since we were organized endless hours In a courtroom.He .
and .Bradford County were a mention Just a few. McQueens. who told him you r ::," --:".:: : '::..-.:::; t ':Mr' .1.:: one year ago. Is expected to carry out
to feeling of exhlllration which follows of'_=:' Ct.t.: ..._... _.._. ... with the skill and
sickly lot. More than half of Some of the early medicineads take Smith's Bile Beans Now : W. =: .= .t"'I.E ..XMMY. It has been quite a profitable his functions
a copious morning operation ; .EE:: W l.del
the advertisements In those even resorted to = ... fr.7-i;: .. for us and we appreciate wisdom of a lawyer and Judge,
poetry he's as rosy as any pink po- you should put a small ....r.'I..: .... r-."-.. -..,--.......- year this without adequate
all of
medicine -
early papers were patent and may have been the Inspiration sey and has married a womanof ,:,-.r.--:: your help In making It
of Simmons Red Z. oo.
quantity
ads claiming to cure of today's singing ; _.. _.w ......_ ...... successful. equipment, with undue criticism
means. Liver Regulator (the powder all. '
everything from scorfula to commercials on television.Can What could be more enticing form) on the tonguo and washit .w..a._____ e4ttO.lYL10tUtiefaytthtSleNttw: Ladles Auxiliary from unscrupulous politicians
"the horrors." you Imagine this one set to than to get rid of your down with a little water.It FRAZER AXLE GREASE.MllltHMltlvvlpFttr Klngsley Lake Volunteer without support for higher edu-

The names of some of these music and sandwiched between liver trouble an\1 capture a drives out hard Impactionsand 1wL 1 w t L""irNA'wN.nr"u Fire Department without cation, with the minimum understanding pay and and

Impurities and gives tone MIYI .I\I Alu.teM 6RABL Sept. 4, 1971 support of the public.
to the muscular structure of

the bowels. It overcomes the Dear Editor: Why can't we provide the essential -
EDITORIAL tendency to chronic constipation :ts conditions for fulfillment -

relieves a bloated feeling The American policeman the of the policeman's com-

In the abdomen sweetens the e w.._.. r. Wr...._,M.rNn ,_ man In the middle, Is the Inevitable plex modern role? Why can't
I .1 It he r .I'-w INr j
breath and promotes vigor of "... I1.. /M. 4NYMNNil W sNIrn victim of the political we provide the necessary equipment -
body mental alertness, and 11.-TftrrMt'i ftlti0r" Ap....*..a"t. advocates who though they represent through an adequate
cheerful spirits." ,MI. .M .e..rl..jH..W.IM.: ...to. ends of the budget for the man who deals
rMRNeal I r..N .na.aLe .4L PEALNII" opposite
.. : .. l'r, ,,. ,,. .. .,
The fact that can't buy sis>d beeJi ; ; ''' with the violence and
The money NWr = ISM g tw u:.* "It.--o=:.: ..'I ..." tcld.1e. '1'-'' political spectrum, are dedi- directly
'Baby Gap' Is HereThe everything was emphasized In A-. OLD JITAI.t DsUHWIBTfcTHI. RAItt lU8RICIITOI co..N'...Tert.S cated to a similar belief In the the fear and the Inhumanity
one patent medicine ad ? ....... In the complex reality of the
carry- --"-"""'"" ---------- use of force. They complainthat
Ing the bold heading RICH BUT ,. ... ? artalrvawuwx street? And why can't we edu-
the police are not tough
United States'Is undergoing Its were relaxed less than two years ago. IM.ASTIOTRU83
WRETCHED followed this to the fact that
by complain that the cate the public
enough or they
first drop In the number of children Many states Including New York, have dire warning: "Fight on, old =.. =. ";:'.-:?:,--:.: IVtiiftl*W '
under age 5 since the depression, changed their laws or are moving t toward 'money bage,' your liver Is ;::: &r t i.ihmj; I Uktr rioartln.,tkMof*....th'.*'WomU.NIUMImN tumiuMMml,lNrMnl! '*.l:,Hmnrhiuf'.....,.. 'Urn-or 1..<*.or. of repression. They greatly on quality; law
and It Is the largest drop since records such change. drying up and your bowels are ... ; tsU truafluf.curd': tor*.. .A patnnlilrt.*oJd and with miubta Irwttmrnl.f.maw'wrraa*...po*a. all complain about the police! enforcement??
wearing out. Someday will .. f i ,.nn<1.nn.nif.u.taw.t. iMilrnr. *.I nn It Is the policeman who must
you .
Those who the
were first kept back In the I 1850's.The ---i----- IswM fc*.U lffecoaoo ..__ see police-
If the current slump In the U.S. cry aloud for health offering _. 1U wrw man as responsible for the stand between our civilization
all your wealth but you will r- .1 I on solution of all our social Ills and the malignancy which Is
market continues the It is
nationwide decline was reflected baby way not get It because you neg- :*"I,;'i1loikioM\ blind and foolish as rising from within. Not only
are as
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locally when schools opened this fall now going the country may be headed lected nature In your mad rush cwrrr a w.4. W.w 1.N.twNrrN M\M 1.L. ; ZILEN ..e1nSthitl those who have a wholly nega- crime but equally the Irrational

with most of them showing a declineIn for a diaper surplus as well as a to get gold. No matter what you ---.,........ l.rr:.... .,. iifmi : ; tive view of the police. Those antlllbertarlan reaction

enrollment, especially In the lower surplus In school classrooms and elementary do or what alls you today lethe ITUWit.... ..':' !. ::1 .. fft.rt"r. politicians who play on public exploited by the political de-
and kindergarten. school teachers. day to keep watch of nature' M- ,.. .::!::=" fear by placing the whole bur- mogogary, are the twin evils
grades servants and help your h r n.IIaOt. a....ldaa...hqR wu an ownsi i enwa,... fOld den for domestic peach on the threatening our survival as a
bowels work regularly. Cas- -- and distortthe free The well-
policeman cheapen society.; present
Nationally figures show that today The declining birthrate has already carets will help nature help .... ,IR!!!!!.:"JtNe!. ., : policeman's role In a free trained police department Is

there are 15.5 per cent fewer children taken a swipe at the teaching profession you." I :=:r:":::-r;: : R:rt...1C. 1- society. one of our best hopes for de-

under age 5 than there were a decade .- particularly In the lower ---_. : -..:.: '!"::: .:.= But it Is clear that the po fen... And we can do no less
grades. By the end of the decade liceman's modern role Is e- for our city; than offer the support
Many patent medicine ads In
While the that the
complex. ensures same
normously
tens of thousands of trained teachers
ago.The the early Telegraphs were cleverly -
criticism continues from the quality; law enforcement that
Census Bureau reports that for may either be out of work, or employed disguised to look like Potent Medicine Ad. from 1879 Issue of political stage the policemanis we presently have. .

the first half of 1971 as compared with In non-teaching jobs. regular news stories thus attracting Bradford County Telegraph. outside, literally on the firing At a time when law enforce-

the first half of 1970 the absolute : the unsuspecting read- line. To carry the burden ment is so stressed by our
er. For Instance this one: ery which In a few minutes beards even on smooth faces marked out for him today, he country this is thoughts
Others who will be affected are my
number of births has :
dropped by "WORLD TO END THIS YEARI!
relieves of "
not only a patient In from 20 to 30 days. must ideally be law enforcer and feelings as a registered
17.000a decline of one per cent according to a prominent all pain and distress, but removes In spite of seeming preoccupation administrator sociologist, voter a concerned citizen, a
over the total .1970 six-month figureof -Toy manufacturers whoarealready society yet, while there area the cause or causes with ailments of the bowels psychologist, family counselor, mother, and apollceman'swife.Respectfully .
1755000. feeling the pinch of the declining baby few who believe this many from the entire system In less and liver the tender affections scientist, medic social worker -
market. more thousands know that 110- time than any other treatment of the heart were not race relations expert, and ,
stetter's Stomach Bitters Is known, and without taking a overlooked and Prof. Martinezof
youth advisor. For good mea- Joyce Chambers.
The trend Is a big surprise to the = the best medicine for kidney single dose of medicine by the Boston, Ma..., "The great
Census Bureau, whose experts had .School construction, classroom e- tourble." mouth Into the stomach. Dr. Seer and Wizard" would for

Increase In births as the qulpment, and school supplies will Van Elderen, Specialist and Hy.podermatist 30 cents send you a "correct r----------------,

predictedar II baby boom crop reached likewise be affected by a drop In Many of the ads were accompanied world famous In picture" of your future husband County Agent News
child-bearing age. demand. by testimonials from the art of painless tooth extracting or wife Initials of real .
"satisfied users" whose names and minor surgery name the time and place where

It Is considered remarkable that the -Manufacturers of baby foods and may or For may not have been fic- Mexican Mustang Linimentwas you date will of marriage first meet", And and JustIn the This is one of the best timesof and other Insects. Even Weevil

decline In birthrate coincides with a infant clothing as well as the diaper titious.wrote: "example. a blindness one woman advertised as "a balm case you had any doubts as the year for a lot of our resistant varieties will have

record Increase In the population Industry will undoubtedly suffer severe comes to me now and then, for every would of man or to Ms honesty; Prof. Martinez folks. Many of our agricultural these destructive pests. This
reaching the most fertile age bracket-- cutbacks. and I can't read because some beastl" Two to four bottles assured, "This Is no humbug." organizations are having annual makes It necessary to kill these
of Fowle's Pile and Humor In our present so-called meetings and making plans pests before storing. A pro-
of the letters are blurred
from 20 to 24. To which the medicine Cure were claimed to be a "drug culture" with the problem for another good year. tectant to prevent re-Infesta-
man
-And, as the reduced baby pool moves replied: "I !know all about It perfect cure for the worst cases of addiction growing among Farm Bureau now 500 mem- tion is a good practice.
It Is even predicted by statisticiansthat toward young, adulthood all products it's dlspepsla. Take one of; of Leprosy, Scorfula, Salt teenagers as well as adults bers strong Bradford County; Here are a few suggestionsthat

the U.S. 'faces the prospect of designed l'y specifically for American these; It will cure you in ten Rheumatism, Kidneys, Dyspepsia this advertisement of "Magic will have their Annual Meetingat can prevent a big loss

achieving zero 'population growth b> youth,*, such as records clothes athletic minutes. What Is It? A Ripens Cancer, Catarrh and all Nervine" seems more appropriate 6:30: p.m. Saturday Sept. 25, In storing,; your corn:> Cleanup
Tabule." diseases of the skin and blood. today than In the comparatively at'the Fairgrounds In Starke. storage bins, barns and other
the end of this century. This means equipment, motorcycles, radios Regular doses of Tarrant's Seltzer Innocent age when It'' A select committee will pre- storage areas before loading

that Just enough children will be bornto sports cars and many other items Aperient were guaranteed first appeared: "MAGIC NER pare delicious Bradford County with corn. Old grain trash
maintain the nation's population at will be hit. Quack doctors advertised In to "restore health and return VINE sold with written guar- fried chicken with all the trim- feed sacks and other debris
the early almost as
papers the bloom of mings. A good safety; program should be
a constant level. much as the medicine manu- youth" to the faded antee to cure nervous prostration removed. After cleaning -
It all goes to show that you can't facturers. Here Is a 1900 ad cheek. fits dizziness headaches will be given by a represen- walls floors, and ceilings
tative of the Division
Population studies conducted in have your cake and eat It too. A decline that said: "To the Public- Dr. H.G. Root of New York and caused neuralgia, and excessiveuse wakefulness Florida Farm Safety Bureau.; A Boardof of of should"run-off be sprayed with to a the solutionof point

Washington attribute the birth ratemerican attitudes In birth rate which has been Having decided to remain fora advertised "FITS CURED of opium tobacco by and alcohol Directors will be electedto one pint of 57% Malathion

cline largely to changing hailed by many, as deslrabla and evena Sanderson while at my home on the FREE" by a "free bottle of ; mental depression\" and serve the County; Farm Bureau EC per three gallons of water,
Road near Starke
to the world from my renowned specific and a In 1971-72. All membersand or one of 25%
toward family size the Increased necessity; keep I would like to have those who other aliments too numerousto quart Methoxy-;
will have adverse affects valuable treatise sent to any mention. their families are encour- chlor per three gallons of water -
use of birth-control devices over-population, are In feeble health of mind "
aged to attend.
and pills and easier access In some on many phases of the nation'seconoln.y or body, or both to consultme haired sufferer hippies and would today's undoubtedly long-- unanswered.Only one If question all of these remains products There is still time to take per Use 1,000 two gallons square of feet solution of

states to legalized abortions.It free of charge and they send for a bottle of Rvke's were such sure cures, soil samples and plan your surface area.
will be made adqualnted with
Medical Beard Ellxer which would why does mankind still have so winter grazing program. We The use of a grain protec-:
Marvelous Dlscov-
Is reported that In Washington, "The pill" which has been hailed my 'Vrow heavy moustaches and many ailments today have a lot of soil that is suit- tant Is satisfactory U the

D.C. alone about 2,000 abortions are for all our problems able for grass-clover pastures. moisture content of the grain
cure
bv many as a .. Clover should be a part of Is not above 12% and the grainIs
performed) monthly In hospitals and may prove not to be an unmixed It's Tim your program if possible. It not already heavily Infest
clinics since the city's abortion laws blessing after all. a By Martha Sue McCain Murphey Is one of the best and most ed. Use one pine of 57% Mala-
;;,
." ." !? womu'l\) \ County Extension 1 AttendingThe economical pastures you can thion EC in 5 gallons of Water -
wLJd[ Home Economics Agent have. If you plan to put In per 1,000, bushels sprayed

I Take A Last 'Look9Another -- CitadelTimothy Clover call and this we'll year discuss give varieties me a being evenly loaded on the for grain storage.as it is A

Mark Murphey, son dates and rates of seed- good dust protectant is 1% Ma-

good magazine has bit the arty Coronet, Colliers The Saturday LENGTH OF APPLIANCE about the bag melting. It can of Walter II. Murphey. Starke ing.Weather lathion In wheat flour at the

; dust. Evening Post, and Woman's Home Companion CORDS CHANCING withstand temperatures well was among some 700 freshmen permitting our corn rate of 60 pounds per 1,000
500 degrees a tempera- who completed "Plebe Week"at growers are harvesting one of bushels of grain. This shouldbe
to mention a few have been Have you ever become entangled over ;
The Citadel 30. the best corn have
Aug. we
ture higher than normal recipe crops mixed thoroughly and
The In the long cord of even-
publishers of "Look"
forced
announce to cease publication In recent Upperclassmen registered had In a .number of years. To with
ly the
requirements.To grain it Is being
the coffeepot? Do long appli- as -
last week that declining advertising years, and still more are said to be ance cords get In way Insure desired degree of Aug. 31 and classes began Sept. Insure that the corn Is as goodat stored.

revenue and Increased costs make con on the brink of financial disaster. on countertops? your doneness, use a meat thermometer I. feeding time as It Is whenit

tinued publication economically un- Increased production costs and lastyear's The length of some of these Just Insert the thermometer Following traditions evolvedat goes Into the barn our pro- Fumigation Is also a good
feasible. Into the meat throughthe ducers must consider a num- method to protect: grain In storage
the -
economic recession, as well cords are changing.The military college since its ber of Important
things on stor- but it
as higher postal rates and loss of action comes as a result bag. founding in 1842 freshmen cadets requires the bin
;. Natural forms during age. or barn to be air tight to be
gravy Indoctrinated
of Information
gatheredby are
during a
"Look, as well as "Life Its older First, the (and
advertising corn other
revenue, contributed to the Underwriters Labora- cooking. To recover gravy after week of concentrated training effective. Methyl Bromide leone
companion In the picture magazine their demise. tories' (US's) Consumer Advisory cooking Is completed, snip prior to the return of upper- grain) must be mature and dry of the most common and
field, have been In declining health panel Coffeepots and one corner of the bag with scissors classmen. This enables the new at. harvest or the grain must economical fumigants but the

for some time due largely to Inroads other appliances from which and tip pan over a bowlto cadets to take their new places be dried before storage.Shelled fumes are highly toxic to humans -

made by television on their advertisIng liquids are poured will gen- let the Juices pour off. Skim as members of the South Carolina exceed corn stored 12% In bins must not and animals. Apply two
moisture. Corn
revenues.A The passing of these top flight magazines erally have shorter cords: not oft the fat and keep warm to Corps of Cadets when it moisture with pounds per 1,000 cubic feet
more be
less than feet serve over meat and vegetables.To forms can storedIn of space and leave sealed for
have left a void on our news two but not upon the arrival of the the shuck in
serve the meat Just silt open barns. 24 hours. If you plan to fumi-
more than three feet. cadets of the
final blow In addition to the stands that to be filled upper classes. Rain and wet land
seem largelynow sometimes
Iron cords will be lengthened, the tip of the bag and lift Durlmr "Plebe Week" the gate or have other question,
loss of advertising revenue was the with trashy publications that sacrifice however. Many cords on Irons meat onto a serving platter. freshmen underwent instruc- delays harvest until the grains call your County Agent's Of-

Increase In postal rates which will quality; to sensation or even pornography are too short for pratical use. Cleaning up after food pre- tion In drill college regulations become Infested with weevils fice at 964-6554.

over a period) of years add millions If this Is what It takes to Sometimes this causes you to paration is easy because littleor honor system traditionsof ON TilE
l to the cost of putting a magazine Into survive the American magazine field use an extension cord. Most no washing. of the pan is The Citadel and other train- OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
extension cords are not designed needed. ing necessary to assist each
the hands of Its subscribers. then the los8r quality; Is a poor
i to be used for this purpose You will find the bags available new cadet In acquitting himself
: commentary on the taste and Intelligence and are a safety; hazard. In most grocery stores. well tn the c1a..roomandon1be
Many good magazines Including Lib of the American reader. Therefore, for irons, US now Instructions for their use are parade ground

e recommends eight foot cords. given on the cirton. graduated from
Cords less than eight feet are Bradford High School where he

allowed If the manufacturer Union TakesEquipment 'was a member of the French
makes a suitable extension cord
t available with the Iron. Club: drama club science club,

j So next time you shop for a Bids and the National donor Society.;
He
The Bradford small appliance, check the participated in athletics at
f' County length of the electric cord. On HospitalThe the school and student govern
TELEGRAPH "*ee if It fits your needs and ment. Murphey plans to major
where you will use It. In physics at the military
4! ESTABLISHED 1879A'SSQC1TkON Union County Commission college. f4 '
OVEN COOKING OF*MEATS received bids Tuesday on t t
J MADE EASY WITH PLASTIC equipment needed for the new
ttuB W'IMtraae BAGS Union General Hospital, the MJ; Neighbors

j 4' Would you like to preparea county's new 25-bed facility: ;
And 'He Mid unto them Juicy brown, succulent roast which has not been completed.The la t l 'Ir A

FLGR 1 A E S S Where I. your faith St. with no oven cleanup?

j + Luke tit. 25.: ) It's possible, thanks to a new six bids ranging as highas .-..-
high-heat resistant plastic bag $90,000, were turned over
J for oven cooking. to Floyd Miller Jr. the hospital NN
; 1VJlen) distressed by Foods can be placed directly administrator for evaluation -
t "troubles we fee! unable to Into the see-through cooking and recommendation.Mil
oE overcome or faced with tribulations bag. Heat penetrates the clear ler has Just been recently employed -

that seem beyond our bag turning food a delicate by the Union County; Mf/N/Ifir
L. lYL1T77iEwf, "'"'ntHlTtrreach strength we may well heed brown during cooking.: Roasts Board of Hospital Trustees, NC
J"'IIIIu.Ja"" TI....... art eat.r.4 MLCtsjss .... the question the Lord Jesus poultry and fish cooked In the who are responsible for the

Mailer at ... PM Office a* Stark*. Flerttarfer asks U'. as He ;asked it Si His baa are tender and moist because operation of t the hospital.

AH ef Mama SrcVSM4e irn disciples. Strong' in our faith of the self-basting properties
1ht JJ-'lka III *... Nds. i of the bag. Turkey Is The county; commission had a w N
h.r. ... Odsl/e that God I. ever willing and earlier called for bids but Y Y I 1aaLr
particularly tender and Juicy ,
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.r sear tU. ready to help we shall always when cooked In a bag. rejected those received on the "1 have to take mine home

be sustained. There is no need to worry advice of Miller. to have my wife sign it." ..I

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CHURCH NEWS ,
Sunday School 9:30. Train. *
Ing Union 10:15. Morning Wor-
ship 11:00.: Evening Worship.
7:30: t"nyer Meeting 7:30.: ; LLi '
Choir Practice 8:30: Mch Wed

Welt.nesday. Factor. Rev. Robert

The WMS ladles of the church
honored Mrs. Knuu (Debbie) _
Coleman with a stork shower I --SECDNO-WEEK5120--1 _
:
Friday Sept.
Church
Educational building. Then!. 1 1 V2 Qt. Covered Sauce PanWithout I
freshment table was decorated I : I II
with a white lace tablecloth 14 I
with pink and blue bows and I ;' Coupon $4.69 II
a large stork 1
centering the i
This week
table, A beautifully decorated: I $349I
caIut.,1n yellow with baby booties I with coupon I 1eEEF

on top was served by Mrs. E COUPON GOOD.SEPF". JJ! AT..YOU..WINN DIXICS. J I I
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Roland Stern and Mrs. Edna PE4P
Norton and Mrs. Warren: Ebl-
Ing served punch to the sixteen HAVE

ladles present. 1 1 yv

AUXILIARY NEWS PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 23 THRU WED. SEPT. 29

The Klngsley Lake VolunteerFire
Department Ladles Audi- OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M.

lary bake sale was a success
and our thanks to each one Quantity Rights
who helped. A special thanks
to Frow'Strickland for letting WD BRAND PURE ((10 US. $5.69)) ( ReservedGround
us hav* the bake sale on his WINN DIXIE STORES INC I
property.; ,Jones Funeral Home COPYRIGHT, 1971:
tor the use of a tent and to Beef 5 LBS $299
Starke Radio Station and E.L. hr --
vf
Matthews for advertising. SUNNYLAND PORK SHOULDER WHOLE Laaw.M1N
Held over: from last week)

PERSONALSMrs. Smoked Picnic IB. 38c
Nelma Keen and Carol. .
yn had as Labor Day guests
Mrs. Keen's granddaughter USDA CHOICE SPRING IAMB MC '

Gainesville Miss Sheila and McConnell Gary Kazmer-of Leg 0' Lamb. LI.98c
,
Ick of Tampa. S W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
BOSTON BUTT
Joe Stewart and Severlno FRESH
NEW YORK STRIP
Mendoza have returned to USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND BEEP BONELESS STEAKSDeimonicos.
Washington after spending a
week here with Joe's parents
1" STEAKSROAST
Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp. IB PORK
Ray Mary Dot and Randy . :
Miller spent last Sunday vlslt- .
Ing St. Augustine Mayport, St.
and the Jacksonvillezoo.
George '
That night they visited 1 1 [
their daughter and son-in-law 98
Larry and Judy Smith In Jack- KRAFT:: -- $
sonvIlle. --
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Those from here attending the
bridal shower In honor of Miss lnnnalse : 9
Elaine Akridge given at the //Mayonnaise
home of Mrs. Nancy Colemanon
Morgan road last Thursday -
night were Mrs. Barbera limit I Kr Crawford, Mrs. Warren Ebl- $7.50 *r m r pyrch i excluding cigarette! 48 AVG.
Ing Mrs. Sue Crawford. Mrs.
Mildred Crews Miss Sandra
Ebling and Mrs. Alslne Craw- OIIP SOUTHMAYONNAISE

ford.On Saturday E.M.Norton LB.
Jacksonville with his 1
visited In
brother'and sister-In-law Mr. ;
and Mrs. G.L. Norton.On Sun- Ij OSAGt
day Emmlt, Edna and Sarah ? t 1NY
*
visited the M.C. Harley familyIn Peaches 4 1)00
Jacksonville. 37-01. CANS i.
!
Master iU: and Mrs. SamuelL. JAR 1
Russell and son Paul are I

visiting and brother-in-law.Sgt. Russell's C.G.sister and Le Sueur Peas 4 CANS 17 ot 900 /

Ann Hill. Sgt. Russell was previously
stationed at Chanute
CHEK ALL FLAVORS P J
Air Force Base Ill. where he
was recently promoted to Master ASTOR All VEGETABLE Soft Drinks 6 28 ,.. $ 00BTLS.
Sgt. He will leave after Ilr .
thirty; days for a tour of dutyin Shortening 3 LB 44c
Viet Nam. Mrs. >Russell and CAN" PINEBREEZE GRADE "A" FRESH FLORIDA All WHITE '
Paul will remain here
with the Hill's. Paul Is enrolledat PILLSBURY SELF RISING AND PLAIN Medium Eggs .2 69 /
the Starke Elementary DOZEN
School. Mrs. Russell Flour 5 18 48
; was a BAG
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reporter and photographer In 1
the Rant.oul1. Chanute areas for
the News Gazzett at Champ. HUDSON q

algn. 111. We welcome you to Bath Tissue 1 ROll 18e I '
our community.; PKO was.
Mr. and Mrs" J.B. Crawfordand
Mr.: and Mrs. Charles CRACKIM' GOODDixie
Crews attended the gospel sing
Friday night at Long Branch Pies 3 : X100|
Church. 1KGS SAVE" 39t MRS. SMITH DUTCH APPLE PEACH. LEMON MERG .APPLE CHERRY & COCONUT


and visited Mr.Penny and their Mrs.BondI daughter!R.L.In Lake Rosanna Knowles City / I Fruit Pies 2 t1 nn I o1 $100

Sunday. .
SUPERBRAND"
Rev. and Mrs. Robert West _
have had as recent guests from '
Gainesville Ca. Mrs West's Fudge Bars. 69C
brother; and sister-in-law. Mr. !
and Mrs. Ellis Martin.

and Mr.Fhlll and were Mrs.dinner E.O. guests Elder Orange Juice 5 Ael. $1

Sunday of their son and daugh- i rte" 1' .. 5
ter-In-law. Ken and Shirley Elder I-
and family In Jacksonville. VINE RIPE
Mrs. Rose Sumrall had as t I Y n
guests Monday her daughter, i.r- Tomatoes. 29CRED
Mrs. Helen Scott of Callahan. LI
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee''Starl
ing are on a sight seeing tripto %, f DELICIOUS
Wyoming and other places s

of The Interest.Starke Home Demonstration 1 Apples . 4 SSG 59C

Club met at the home of
Mrs. J.H. Moncrief on Thursday -
Mrs. Moncrief served ( L !

present.lunch to the fourteen ladles : y,, gTAMP9 // Fen Sue/ufota

Mrs. J.M. Bradley had as
guests Thursday her daughter
and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. - - -- -- - - --------t
V.N. Geiger of Jacksonville.
Guests of the Gerald Craw- EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA -- EXTRA EXTRAS&H

ford Mr. and family Mrs.on Graham Sunday Crews Crawford were S&H GREEN S&H GREEN ; I I S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN I I GREEN
and Mr.and Mrs.Edward
and fairtJUy) of Gainesville. STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS t

Miss Willie CoWs of Woodbine WIIM Ntt*..AMt WfltM, ........... WIIM ..,..".... 4. rv ..... I MMlN M/W1LI/1 1
1 I I .
Ga. has been spendingher :CYIONUICXASI O* LION 4 'UKn.il )' ,0000N /UICMaI {:If .0" "i >I'ON A JiCHll 'I I
vacation here with her mother Two PIC 05. ONE 3 LB ONE 2 IB PKG ONE 2 LB PIG ONE USDA GRADE 'A' 1
Mrs. Ella Cottle. On Fri. SUPERBRANDFUDGE. 1 TASTE" O SEAFLOUNDER SEA PAK I BOB WHITE 8/ QUICK/ FROZEN I
day Winnie Mrs. Cottle Shirley I oneeti I oNacti OR 1 onreti ONIONRINGS I oe e ti SLICEDBACON 1 wrrtiI W-D BRAND 1
Moore Mrs. R.L. Smith I eT"M' BARS I """- PERCH STIAKS I I "'""'-N I n" "' TURKEY
Mrs. J.M. Bradley and Mrs. I GOOD THRU SEPt. 29 GOOD THRU SEPT 39 / GOOD THRU SEPT. 29 1 GOOD THRU SEPT 39OtMlC I GOOD THRU SEPT, 39 I INe
Jane Hartley and daughters en- 1 I No. 2 1 No I No / 1 No 3 I Iat
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.O u. 101.1 WINMI'' ./IOYe 10f11 WINM /rOU. lOCa1 WIMM OL11 al.Ou1 local WIMM Ollll a1101 total WINM B H 1
day a I I
B.verlCedar
bJame and/ -

.shear spent from Tuesday AUK to EXTRAS&H EXTRA EXTRAS&H EXTRA EXTRAS&H

toPacl&acnry'Mr. and Mrs.; Wally Baldwinand GREEN I I S&H GREEN ; GREEN S&H GREEN I I GREEN ;

enl Sheryl with of Tampa Mrs.spent Baldwin's..-. STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS : STAMPS STAMPS 1WI
days
4:1: 1
Mrs. James Bowman. XwltH **l*>t4PII WlfM. MIWt..*l. WITH NfM.Ou'OM 111. < 'IW111111 I MltM |W* MOU
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Jbniay Y COUPON A IUKNa11 O* :OU'OM A 'UICNAII Of A ruiONE "'"/ 0' J OM A 'UIK" ,, )I ON 4 FuKMAtl t tI
Bowman has recently I I 1 .
12 00 OR MORE ONE 20.CT. PKO. ONE 10 at JAR
returned from visiting friends OP YOUR CHOICE I HEfty ; 14'01. CAN I .ASTOR d'U I IB 1
In the Tampa area. SUPERBRANDCHEESE TRASH CAN REGULAR OR LEMON INSTANT LAND O' SUNSHINE I
I I I I I
Friday from C/r.fN pT.efW
Arriving her gr""W II
RAM.. PLEDGE v"M.r COFFEE "* BUTTER 1I
I I LINEKS I I I
I .; shdyeFenn.. will be Mrs.
and children who I GOOD THRU SEPT 29 I GOOD THRU sePt. 29 I GOOD THRU SEPT 29 I GOOD THRU SEPT 29 I : 0000 THRU SEPt. 29 1
Tkul Carrol No oAt 1 No 7 I No. 1 I N. 9 I 1w No. 10 I
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Carrol'sgrandparents ..
will' be visiting Mrs. VOW .t >au. tacM WIMN ei"n At VOUA IOCAI WIMM Ollll At TOU 'OU> WIMM PUII' Y1tI/ 1
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Saturday For Will Attend Marine Pvt. Arthur D. Crlffls -
son of Mr. Paul Grlffls of

Mrs. Ward Area SchoolAdults from Route I recruit, Lawtcy.training was graduated at !the t tl

Marine Corps Recruit Depot, I
Mrs. Carrie Ward 81, widow and young people from Parris Island, S.C. I I
of the late Charles F. Ward 32 Methodist Churches will at- After a short leave period, =. -- ,,.: -,4"'., -'''''
died Thursday morning, SePt. tend the annual Gainesville Area he will undergo Individual Combat !
16, following a brief Illness. Christian Service School at Trinity Training.
Horn in Bradford County! on United Methodist! ChurchIn Griffls Is a graduate of Bradford -
May 18, 1890 and had resided Gainesville, Sept 26-30. The High School. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF GOD FIRST JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
here all her life. She was a first session Is scheduled for .4 CHURCH 9:45 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark. Sunday PRESBYTERIAN School BAPTIST MISSION MELROSE
School a.m.
: ,
member of !the First Presbyterian 2 Sunday. Sunday
p.m. Youth Sunday School. 10 ajn. MornIng Morning a.m3.Yust U.S. 301 North, behind Taste -
MADISON STREET Morning Worship II a.m. Worship,
The
Church of Starke. expected 200 students Schedule of Services:
4. Wor- Worship 11 ajn. Sunday Fellowship ., Frees Drive In, Sunday
BAPTIST CHURCH Service 6 Evening epm.Choir Prac *
choose from six p.m. Bible 10:00
Mrs. Ward Is the daughter may courses Evening 7 Youth Night Sunday Study I
pjn. Service
School 10 Worship -
dee
of !the late John and Louisa with half of them designed as Sunday Sunday School ship 7 p.m.Thursday. Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Wednesday am. a.m. sjn. Morning Worship 11:00: a.
: pjn.
Meet- -Rev. 11 and 7 Prayer -
9:43 Morning Worship 11:00: night Prayer Robert D. Burch ajn. p.m.
a.m.
Kuhne training for church school Worship 7:00
Uglow. Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. Service 7:30 Wednes m. Evening : p.m. :
Surviving are three nephews: teachers In the children, youth a.m., Church Training 6:15: p.m. 7:30: p.m. __Rev. Y.W. JUdd. pastor. p.m. All other Evenings 8:00 p.m. I
Harry L. McDowell of Jacksonville and adult divisions. WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: p.m., David Hodges, Pastor CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Lerjy HAMPToN
Olive E.L. CHRISTIANCHURCH
pastor
and John and Julian McDowell Dr. Ralph U, Huston,!Superintendent Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. l
of Jacksonville. of Lakeland District, Monday Youth Choir Practice SMYRNA ICESOONARYBAPTIST Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn Ciiffls, associate pastor. I,
Services were in the First will teach "Current Viewpointsin and Children's Choir Prac- CHURCH MNGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ing Worship, n.Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Presbyterian Church Saturday Christian Theology" and tice, 7:00: p.m. 833 W, Pntt St. Sunday Ser Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship, 730.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, II ajn. Evening I
Sept. 18, with! Hcv. W.S. Mc- Rev. Wm. U. Tiffin, pastor of Tuesday Mission Friends vtcea:9triday School.: 10 sjn. Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor.BETHEL BROOKER Worship, -James. Shaw pea-
Alily and Rev Robert U. Burch Trlnltv Church will conduct the Girls In Action and Acteens Prwtchli, If ajn. Training-- II a.m.; Evening_ Worship! Sunday School. 10 ajn. Worship tor.
officiating. Burial was In Crosby current mission study, "New 3:30: p.m. alan 51t5: p.m. Evening Worship 730! p.m.j;; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BAPTIST CHURCH Services, 11 a.m. and 7
Lake Cemetery under dir- Machines and the New Human Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m.Evef7OlWlcoma. Wednesday. Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn- p.m Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH I
ection of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ity." 7:30: p.m., Adult Choir Prac- -Wilbur Dyes, pastor Pastor Rev. Robert West lee Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor. BROOKER FLA. !
Home. Kev. DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr., tice 8:30: p.m. Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
pastor of the Starke church,will l Denton Sumrall, Pastor CHURCH OF COO Meeting, 7:30D.m: Wednesday GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol I
be of the teachers for the NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C Saunders Superintendent.Tnl
one BROOKER pastor
OF PROPHECY Sunday School 10 Morning

a.m.
training Several adults FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday. School, 10 a.m. Morning nlon, 6:45 Lowell lngU'I'I
Abe BessentOf courses. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mom- Worship, II am. and 7 p.m.
STARKK Worship, II a.m. Training
and students from tho local fa Worship, II a.m. YoungPeople's MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, U
church plan to attend the ses- Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: Service, 6 p.m. Union 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45 ajn. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor sjn., 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music I
Slarke sions. Morning Worship at 11 Church ser- Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. ship 8 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- director. I Ir
"Christian Joy" service 7:30: pjn. Everyone
mon ;
Wednesday Prayer, Meeting ship. 6 p.m. Training Union
Training, 6:15: ; Evening Wor- 1:30 Come and worship welcome. 7 p.m. Evening Worship EVERGREEN BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST !

Dies Friday Sanely J. SweatSandy ship, 7:30: sermon "ChristianLove" with: ..pjn.. L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday 7:30 PrayerServicea. Law Highway. Sunday 125 School Northwest, 10 a.m.of CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
sy
-Rev. Bobby Harris, pass Sunday School. 9:45: a.m. I
11:15. Sunday
William A. (Abe) Bessent Monday Youth Choir Prac- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Morning Worship Morning Worship, II. Training
Jean Sweat 18monthold Service 7:30
,
Night p.m.
83 died Sept. 17 tice, 7 p.m.Tuesday GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE School, 10 Union
Jr.. Friday, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Musicians Sunday a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 6:30: pjn. Evening Ser I
In a Gainesville nursing home Young WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pr.- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer t
Willis F. Sweat of Starke, died Choir, 3:30: p.m.; G.A. meeting, Cor. Ash Chestnut. Sunday 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight
after a long Illness. Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School, 9:45: ajn.; Service. 7:30.:
!Horn on Ucssont Road In Sunday night In a Gainesville 4:15.: School. ., fcSOi; Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service), 8 Morning Worship, II a.m.EvenIng pester -Rev. L. Tommy Howe
hospital after an Illness of!three 11 Le
Starko on April 5, 1883, Tles- Wednesday Family Night } ue,4p.m.'lahtServlce, p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, 7p.m.; Wed.Pray pastor.
weeks. She was born In Gaines- Supper 6 p.m. ; Prayer MeetIng 6 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams LAURA BAPITST CHURCH
sent was the owner of the Midweek Service, Wednesday. er Meeting and Bible Study, 7
ville on March 3. 1970. R.A. and 7th! Grade Girls, pastor Sunday. School 9:45: a.m.
; ;
Starke Billiard Parlor on Call 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland.Pastor. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms .
Street for 46 years before It Surviving besides her parents Girls In Action Meetings. G.F. Prevatt. pester Everyone Morning Worship, Ila.mEven. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
are two brothers David and Teachers and Officers Meeting, h Worship LATTER DAY SAINTS
closed In 1966. He is the son FIRST UNITED METHODIST We'rnme. art 7:30: p.m. Mid-
of W.A. (SonnjHesent' the first Albert Sweat; three sisters 7:15: ; Church Choir Practice, STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study, Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road
Linda Kay, Betty Ann and Man- 8:15 7:30P.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30
: p.m.Thursday -
: a.
Sunday School 9:45 Morning
town marshall of Starke. : ; Highway( 100 at Theressa)
dy Leo Sweat; her paternal Music Makers Worship 11 Junior and Senior Be_ In church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch:""-'i, 10 a.m. Sacrarittni. -
Ressent has operated a floor Mrs. Erma Lee ; Sunday School10 a.m. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
,
grandmother Choir Practice, 3:30, Visitation MYF 8 ; 6 p.m. I
Frank
business cement grape, p.m. Worship II a.m. Training Service Sunday School Jarvis pastor.
finishing a Sunday :
Knight, of Starke; and mater- 7 pm.WA Monday Mia 7:30 \
Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal :
block In Ft Lauder- Union 6:30 p.m. ; Even- 9:45 Morning Worship, p.m.
factory nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilogan, pastor. a.m. Tuesday
Primary 4:30
.
7pm Prayer Meeting
dale, and was a strawberry Marvin Johns of Olustee. Ing Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m.
7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society,
grower. Ills first Job as a Funeral services were held NORTIISIDE BAPTIST p.m. Youth GroupMetingSun- 7:30 p.m.Jesse .
youth was an assistant embal- at 2 p.m. Wednesday In Mt. CIIURCII 7:45.DeWitt: 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. CHURCH.MACCLENNY D. Branson
mer and hardware clerk for Zion Primitive Baptist Church Intersection of Highways 16 T. Farabe. Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy President. Branch:

heWitt C. Jones. near Lake Butler with! Rev. (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne )ay Mass, 5:30 pjn.
"Abe" Is credited with helping Julian Smith officiating. Inter- Wells, pastor LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.

murder to solve the which Dave Silcox ment was In Swift Creek Cemetery Sunday School, 9:43: ; Morning HOLINESS School CHURCH r----. =. ==. ,.-:."'......-__-:.:.y"'-..w....:<-.<." ,-.:<.,..:.,-..w..,-....,.._,.-......,....e............a..._......._a........u.e... w.e.......-..........-.....-.........e --:-. .:------.
case happenedthe with DeWltt C. Jones Service at ll. Evening: Service Sunday 9:45: a.m.; *:, .::' ::;:::::; ::.::::::::::::*:::::;:*I:: ::: ':::':: ::::, ::::;:::E :::::::::: ::m :.:::.:::::;:,:::;::::i :::;:::::;:;: :::::::::::::::: ;:::;;:::;::::;:i:,; ::;:::;:::::;;;:;:;:;:::::;::::!::::::::;:;::;:,:::::::::;:::.;::';'::;;;::':':':'::'::; :!!!iii! .
first year P.D. Reddish took Funeral Home In charge 7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:30: Morning Worship II a.m. Youth I -
office. "Daddy knew so much of Service 8 pjn.j; Evening Worship M m ,
the history behind Starke,"says p.m.Toolc for Sunday morning, 7 p.m.Tuesday. t

his son, 1)111.Hessent RecognitionDay "Satan's Conquest of The Prayer Meeting 7:30: I #I LABOR IS LIFE 00 liiiii!
was a veteran of Earth." Scripture, Genesis 3: p.m.Rev. : J
World War I and a Methodist. 1-7. W.B. Chaunceypastor. c W
Surviving Is one son, William Set For Itcv. Gary Wheeler northern I ;::! Corlyl. :::?:::': J

A. Ressent HI; one daughter, Florida Area Representative of I
Miss Mary Carol Hcssent, anda the Word of Life Clubs, will be GRACE BAPTIST Let'l talk about labor -work, if you !please, for, that Is what labor, IK. Labor lili:! : f .
sister, Mrs. Eugene: Oliver Cong. Fuqua CIIVRCnSTARKE has come a long, long sinve ancient time.
guest speaker at7:30p.m.: Wed I way when work was closely relutv.l ::::ii iito : :
of Fort I-audcrdale. nesday. lie will bring the mes- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- M slavery. Aristotle described, slave as "a tool with life in il." In the ijli} ,
Funeral services were held Congressman Don Fuqua will sage and present the Bible ning Worship at II. Training I i Middle Ages, labor gained dignity and respect! as slavery" declined and Chrictiatiit: v :::!:i,
at 10 a.m. Monday in the '!k- be honored In Tallahassee on Club's ministry, designed to Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship i : spread Then, later in the 1700's and 1800'a the industrial ,revolution created" ( i:,:::;
Witt C. Jones Chapel with Key.DeWlrt Thursday, Oct. 14, with a special help the local Gospel-preach- 7:30. Wednesday Prayer I.:: conditions that led to the modern I labor, movement. Today labor has gained E tii.' I
T. Farabee offlclaUng. day of recognition mark- Ing church reach teenagers for Meeting, 7:30..Rev.. Leon T, I; respect, wages and working conditions hitherto unknown before. :
Interment was In Crosby Lake ing his tenth year of serviceIn ChristJacksonville Odom, Jr., pastor. fii! .
Cemetery. I Labor is life. Work Is satisfying. Through, '( Ms Ei:::,:
Congress.J. ,: work a man accomplishes, and creates, and im! .
Edwin: White, of Tallahassee AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH I.s provides for himself and his ::
chairman I family When deprived :E::':: '
H.J. Is serving as Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -, of the opportunity or ability tol'OI'k, man often e"!
Crosby of the committee planning the
Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening becomes :
event and has named cochairmen Worship, 7 p.m.; Wed. Pray depressed, even ill. ::;:::1; .

Raymond J, Crosby, 66, of in each of the 23 counties er Meeting and Bible Study, I :: I Corinthians 3:9: tells us that "11V ors Inburrrttogtthtr fili:!! I

Starke, died Monday, Sept. 20, comprising Fuqua's district. Business 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- with Cod" We are His hands, feet, voice, $';i:{
In a Tampa hospital after an Fuqua was first elected to I t- every Monday, 7 p.m. il' and compassionate heart here on earth, to ::;:i:{: I
extended Illness. lie was born Congress in 1962 from a newly G.F. Prevatt, pester Everyone :: spread the gospel) lift up the poor, eradicate .... :iM
Feb. 6 created district of 13 counties. Welcom ignorance and destroy disease. :: .
Bradford
In County on ... Ef.:
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and had lived here all I
1905
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increased to 23 counties, mak- DirectoryAuto : Honor Cod and Labor this week by j ri i I I
lie retired CATHOLIC
of his life. was a ST. EDWARD'S
of the largest In attending church. / .1,:
roofer and a member of the ing It one CHURCH. STARKE I : i
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the State i:1,!: :

Haptlst Surviving Caraway Church.are Crosby his wife, and, !Louise one- will U.S.be Senator master Lawton of ceremonies Chiles Sales and Service Mass Saturday Father, 10 James a.m.Mass Holy Cregan, 7 p.m.Day, pastor.Sunday Mass, :lk'&tli ?11 @mgiiii, : !:,!;ii:! !iii!!!I!!: '. ..J I'I ii !!iii! !

brother, freeman Crosby both for a program that will feature 7 p.m. .:t.ll"' : U D t{ < i tiiiiJiiiNiWii!! : ;!! !:!::. :;!i! i! ''I
of Starke. State officials and mem- Parrish MotorsPALES Confessions -- Saturday 6 I :"::q

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direction of DeWitt C, Jones common cold Is a lemon. 7to8p.m. :I: Q4 h M" h" b hiq An ,TAI .dMN ''ll"'llt"' .lllllllllilll illllll; [X ; : i
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KnI AU. "SWINGER" Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning
ORGANS Worship, It Sunday Evening :339;: E. Call St. Stark. Via. : Alignment

7 p.m.Thursday night,7:30. 24HR. WRECKER
Holiness Church Roosevelt M ll-388 8319 SERVICE 'i'hon.961.5745 for FREE AIR! ,.. | SERVICE

301 and 100
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led eff 301 Down Gravel Road By tlO 8. Temple Starke
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark
radford Furniture Corp. -SUrke Fl LITTLE DUDE Service 11 a.m. Church

training, 6:30: p.m. Evening

Saturday H' ht. Western Store Worship WednesdayPrayer 7:30. Meeting, STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD

1:30: p.m.Rev. .
Western Clothing Leather J.D. Robinson SUPPLIES, Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.
goods. Saddle and Trallei
7:30: Charles A Sharon Petty
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Ace Hardware Groceries Meats Feed I lleUer Service For Your
903 S. Edtewood 384-1210: CHURCH Iteatortnf

Sunday School 10:00: a.m., CoMpbU. Paint Supplle GAS AND 011. Title. Problem

FURNITURE Morning Worship 11.00 a.m. Jack and Gladys Edwards
Featuring Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. a" Sporting Goods Abstract'

THEO BAXLEY CHAIR Wednesday Everyone wet- U. 8. 301 South Stark. Title Innuranc
SOUTHLANPERSOf come. chch with U. Fin' 1
Furniture Discount Rev. Robert Halston Pastor PHONE 964-S312 1SH \\'. Gnu Ph. 9.4- Ml
Jacksonville sip Wa hlfif' ton St. l 4 5270 .1 I
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Bedroom say/ h* hat ngretd filth, hit. Owned These. W Servo In Twelve
'liberated wife' not to place( By Northeast Florida Count"lea -Helprnc' Our Members Live halter

Everyone Invited WHOLESALE PRICES her on a pedestal, il/ lit.,'" Klectrlc.u.IO-Je7" H..a.-I'IIeM. 47S4911Services :-
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I Keystone Hilites I IL. r News NotesBy S, Green, of Keystone ley H. Copeland, -both of Jack-:

Heights, has been returned to sonville, were found guilty; of
I I I Florida by U.S. Marshals and charges of Insufficient: llfesav-
By GLORIA REDFEARN Helen Egan Is now being held In Duval Ing equipment! In boats and

PUo.e Call 473-3288 or 473.4182 FAITH PRESBYTERIAN at their lake Brooklyn home. County; Jail awaiting arraign- were fined $16 each.
CHURCH Mrs. Smith Is their daughter. ment on five counts of em- James Louis Stephens of

WOMAN'S CLUB Ed The regular monthly Family Games and swimming were en- Ml bezzlement and forgery.A Gainesville, was found guilty;
The Annual Open House of Reed. third. Mac Williams Covered Dish Dinner will be Joyed by the twelve young peo former employe of TV Service of passing (In a no passing zone,
the Woman's Club of Keystone Eighth Clave Flight: first Charlie Mc- held at the Church on Friday, ple. Rev. Smith and Rev.Scrip Center, Keystone Heights, and failure to appear in traf-

Height will be on Sunday,Sept. A ; second, Frank Hadley. Sept. 24 at 6:31)( (is announcedby ture led the group In the devotional -v1Y, Green fled across: the state fic court at appointed time, and
Happy Hour ad
and steak dinner ,
26. from 3 to 5 p.m.' Rev. James Neale. period. line after warrants were Issued was fined a total of $37.
firs Earl Voyles were held Saturday even- Special guests of Rev. and for his arrest charging
president
Ing at the Club house.Thanks to Mrs. Scripture last week was forgery of checks stolen James T. George, Albany
Club and the CHURCH allegedly -
COMMUNITY
of the Executive --, ... ..... .....-.. Texas was fined $21 for eb-
Board, extends a cordial: Invitation everyone who participated In Sunday Morning Worship services their granddaughter and famIly 1IriAI from his former employer. cestWe
to all friends InKeystone making this event a success. of Sept. 19, Pastor Ste- Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bar- He was arrested In Nash- : speed and $26 or five
days for
(failure
Heights and to the many busi- wart McCord preached on "All rett of Baden Pa. ville, Tenn. and remained In to appear In
ness people who bought ads HERE N' THERE the Power to The People". The Mr. and Mrs. Donald Law- Deep Holes Add Hazard Jail there until last week. lie court

for our bridge table project.: Miss Kim Larsen entertained morning Anthem was renderedby rence have returned from vis- also faces possible Federal Tommy and David Crawford,
The tables will be on displayat six friends with a slumber the Celestial Choir Young iting Mrs. Lawrence's father, To Poorly Banked Curve charges In connection with laws both of Macclenny, were fined
(the open house. party last Friday night to cele-: People) "I May Never Pass Herb Gates, and other relatives which forbid a convicted felon $51 each on charges of tres-

The Executive: Board of theWoman's brate her thirteenth birthday. This Way Again." and friends In Spring- This Improperly banked curveon having been recorded. At the from purchasing firearms. passing at Strickland's Land-
Those attending Terl and bora, Pa. Nightengale Street In Judge Graham Hutchison said ing on Kingsley Lake.
Club will meet on were: The very special new pro- Key- present time, that portion of the
Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. Lori Tomlinson, Debbie Hanks. ject of a pictorial Year Bookis Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Benham stone Heights, long a sourceof street that Is outside the city that Green would be arraignedat Floyd ftamren, Green Cove
at the clubhouse.The Tracy McRae, Cheryl Kuyken- being programmed, under visited his parents, Mr. and controversy, Is becoming limits (from a point Just beyond an early date In JP courtat Springs, fined $51 and five dayson
dall and June Mrs. Grover Benham of Lake more and more dangerous Lake Geneva.
new year book will soon Redfearn. Pastor McCord and Mrs. Roy due of
be ready to distribute to club: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- Turnetts leadership. This will Brooklyn. Daniel Benham Is to erosion of the shouludera and the school to Lakeview Five cases: of towing skllers to the a charge contributing of minors.
members, with Information of fearn and daughters, June and be a photographic booklet, with Minister of Music at the First deterioration of the pavement Drive) is being maintained by without observer or mirror dellnciuency
exciting events planned for the Kathy, spent the weekend in special days arranged for families Baptist Church of Melbourne The City; maintains that the the County; while that portion were heard by Judge Hutchison George F. McDaniel, Keystone -
coming year. Tltusvllle with Mr. and Mrs. and Individual membersand since Sept. 1. curve was Improperly designed inside the city: ; limits Including during the past week. The Heights, fined $32 and
: ; L.A. being banked the curve) Is deemed to be the following defendants were found permitted to make restitution
Mrs. Ralph Barker, program Snodgrass and sons Joel associates to have their Rev. and Mrs. James Nealeof the wrong
chairman, has completed: an and Jason. On Sunday they en- pictures taken. The days set Faith Presbyterian Church way," but State Road Department City's; responsibility; guilty as charged: John A. Rob- and pay court costs: of two
outstanding piece: of work on Joyed a boat trip through partsof as per a membership letter spent some time visiting Mrs. engineers say the curve: ]In the meanwhle. better bins, Jacksonville, fined $16; charges: of worthless checks.
slow
the year book. the Barge Canal and Locks gives the dates of Sunday, Oct- Wallace, a former Keystoner was banked that way for drain- bend down while negotiating this Wm. F. Tedder, Jacksonville Mrs Jerry C. Acosta, Jack-
at Port Canaveral. ober 3, 2 6 p.m.; Sunday, prior to Mr.Wallace's death. age purposes and is safe If In Nightengale Street. If $21; Wm. H. McWaters, Jack sonville, and Betty Khoden,
October 10, 2 to 6.; and October Mrs. Wallace Is not too well. cars maintain the proper you should hit one of .these sonville, $16; Joel R. Smith, Italford, were permitted to
GOLF CLUB COMMUNITY. CHURCH 11, (Columbus Day Holiday), 10 Her home Is In Miami Beach. speed holes while meeting anothercar Jacksonville, $11; E. Harris make restitution and pay court
The annual Men's Invitational The First Family Night DIn- ajn. to 4 p.m. A member of Bert Cortney of New Jersey The County; claims that the on an Improperly banked Meadows, Lake Geneva, $11. costs on charges of worthless
ner will be held committee will street was deeded to the curvemost Oneslmo F. Perez and Slant -
held at the Keystone Heights Wednesday the telephone who has been visiting[ his grand City; anything could checks.
was Golf and Country Club last Sept. 29, at 6:30: at the Com- call and arrange for a convenIent parents, the Harrison Batchel- but there is no record of a deed happen.

weekend. Winners In the Championship munity Church. date for picture taking. ders, enjoyed a side trip to
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The speaker for the evening The program Is one that costs Tampa to visit friends, whose
Flight were: First and will be Ed Allen, Assistant neither the Community Churchor daughter and Bert were high : .. .. mh:>>:f.:;:::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: : :::::; : :: :::::::: ::::;:: ::: ;f.::: :::::f.f.:::;::;::::::::::::::::::::::_:::::? MRS. ILCEN- REAPPOINTEDAS

Medalist, Ronnie Tunlen: Second :- County Agent for Duval County the members; the expenseIs school classmates. Bert likesIt SJRJC TRUSTEEMrs.

Vince'Head; Third, Bob and his subject will be that, should anyone wish so well In Florida that he Lake Foam and Scum Not Always I Melba Dgen, Keystone

Winners In the B Flight were: "Trees- Their Function In to purchase the color prints. Is cutting: his visit short and :I. Heights realtor, has been reap.

First, Johnny Martin; second, Ecology". returning home and planning to Due to Pollution Baker a pointed to a second fouryearterm
Pat Lindsay; and third Bruce Bring a covered dish and NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB have his whole family parents SaysBy on the Board of Trusteesof

Johnson. First Flight winners enjoy the program and the fellowship CHILDREN'S CHAPEL and brothers, to enjoy the St. Johns River Junior Col-
were: First Bob Pater: second :- with others. Circles The Misses Bell and Thompson Christmas Holidays here, and Bill Baker, Chairman the lee shore. I" the entire area of Lake Ge- lege, Palatka. Mrs Ilgen's sec
Gene Fergerson; Third 1 and 2 will be In charge. of the Park-O-Palms and then sight-see together. Lake Region Let me close with this. I neva and Keystone Heights ond term appointment made
Bob Everlett, Second Flight; The Executive Board of the Chlldrens Bible Mission, will Mrs. Pauline Huxton of Brick- Citizens Committee lave seen all of the foregoing I am writing this so that any by Governor Kirk, but was heldin

Frank Kllge. second, Bill Fisher Community; Church Women will hold their Mobile Chapel on the town, N.J has been a house Over a period of the past long before there were nomore of you who have observed such abeyance, with several
; Third, Jim Zowarka. Third meet Monday, Sept. 27, at 1 lot next to the Dodd home cor- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert six months, several people have than eight or ten homes on the things will know a little more others, during the change of
Flight; first C.C. Coey; second pan In the Educational Build ner of Magnolia and Pecan Hook of Lake Geneva Park, called: In or have come by to entire shoreline of Lake Geneabout where they come from. administrations She was recently -
A.D. Vincent; Third T.A. ing. Street beginning October 5.The for some time.f report seeing either foam or va. This was all observed long BUT- let us not assume that notified however, of her
Poundtree. Fourth Flight;first, Club is held for one hour right a dark, thin scum on the surface before there were more than this Is always the case. Let reappointment to the board by
Lee St. Onge; Second, Jim GIRL SCOUTS after school for children: whose t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH IJ of shores of some of our four or five hundred people us all remain alert. Gov. Askew.

Chesslngton; Third, James Anyone who has a Girl Scoutuniform parents will give a signed note KEYSTONE HEIGHTS + lakes. I want to commend them
of approval. This Club Is for
MacLaughlln. to sell please call Mrs. for being alert and for their

Sixth Flight; first, Don Mc- Kitty Babb, 473-3181 and give 1-6 grade children. Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pas Interest in keeping our lakes
second Willie her the Information as to size, Some Interesting things are Indians Lose 14-9
Nabb! Williams; is beautiful and clear as they
Third, Jim Wlikerson. Seventh etc., and she will be In contact being programmed, and from in December Surinam tor.Sunday School, 9:45; Morning have always been.
a missionary -
first Tom Morris with the leaders to give them Church Training We checked out these
Flight, ; second will be there In Worship, 11.; have :
Tom Norris second this Information. Further Information person.be 6:40: p.m.Evening Worship,7:30 reports and will continue to
may Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7 do We want to stay In
- --- --- obtained by calling 4734782. so.
I I IBy p.m. Churchwlde Visitation, touch with such things so that In Final Minute
I TlNDIAN Fe) COMMUNITY CHORUS Thursday. If a problem does crop up we
BEACH pine -. CblUy I
I : ;; Recently there appeared to be We had a good attendance this can early take date.positive I have steps lived at an on
an Interest In forming a Com-
Greetings friends and neigh- and Aunt Corlne Hudson. My munity Chorus, and a rehear- past Sunday morning In our Lake Geneva all my life, and Nothing seemed to let rieht two-point conversion on a pass
Some
of 'eft.But.
bors from your RollingReporter. aunt, Clara Sullivan of Willis- sal was planned for 7:30 on worship service. our three generations of my people last Friday night for the Key- from QB John Thomas to end St. Joseph fought back
Sorry I missed ya last ton spent the night with us Friday Monday evening Sept. 20 at the summer weekends visitors here are still and en- before me. I have fished stone Indians as they bowed Archie Martin for an 8-0 second putting together a 98 yard drive

week, but I guess ya could say night.. Sunday, Keystone Womans Club. Joying that still take we swum, hunted, and played a- 14-9 to the Flashes of St. Joseph's quarter lead. which was capped by a 36 yard
glad they
I'd gone to the dogs. From the Teenle 'Crenshaw, daughter, are time to come and worship withus. round the lakes of this area Academy In St. Augus- gallop by end John Young for
looks of things where I was ,Joan, 'son,'Jerry and his girlfriend FELI OWSHIP GAME DAY since almost before I could tine ; The IndIana scored on a two tile icore. i he winning U came
We shall miss them when <"
last weekend, you'd think the -Janet Brlstow all' of Today at 1:30( Game Fun Day 'Walk."'f 'love.diem very* very "we Just played uninspiredfootfall yard dash by Rick Wheeler with Just one minute left in the
the weather is and
warm over '*
whole Bradford County had gone Gainesville spent the day withus. for members and friends will much. during the first nail, then missed the try for a two game. It was the second time
to the dogs. You see I was assigned My fathers cousin, Buddy be held In Lions Club Build- they no longer come to Key- Let me first discuss: the foam though we did perk up In the point conversion In the third of tile game that Young had
Ellis of Gainesville, Is back in ing. Mrs. Ethel Weyman Is stone on weekends. that was reported. When I wasa second half and played pretty period, and trailed 86. handled the ball.
to write articles for the
the VA Hospital and par- hostess in small boy we used to walk well Coach Roy Bay-
my charge. Members says "Naturally!; defeat Is a big
and for Central Flor-
Telegraph Ladles Dorcas
Senior
Our around the lakes and find this
ents visited him during the less. Mike Packard's field In "
provide a wrapped gift, and goal disappointment for us, Coach
ida Outdoors (magazine).
Sunday School Class held their foam as deep as a foot or "
week. contribute ISC!! toward the rent, "It was Just a rough night, the fourth period put the Indians -
covering the meetings of the quarterly meeting at the hoe better on the windward side Bayloss puts It. "Our Indians
"About the
and everyone Is a winner, particularly Bayless says only ahead 9-8, and It looked
North Florida Fox Hunters Association PERSONALSRoy during the social hour of Mrs. J.O. Whiddon on White of a shore-- especially after ones I can single out for any for a while as If 1 KH might looked good In spots, and I
Well there was no Sand Lake Tuesday morningwith a high wind when the wave feel we're gonna bounce back
and Betty Griffin are while refreshments are served. praise are our linebackers. We have victory number one com- "
less than 543 Hounds signedup mighty; proud grandparents.Mrs. a covered dish luncheon. action was at a peak. It looks had two good opportunities but ing up. Things looked even bet- stronger than ever.
for the Bench Show and former The members elected to donate exactly like detergent foam The Indians will seek revengein
Homer Keith, the PERSONALS were simply unable to capitalize ter later In the fourth period
Hunt, and when you bring em Maida Griffin gave birth to a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par- $10 to the Music Fund out of would, but Is a natural oc- on the chances we had." when Keystone's Larry Turk- their first home game this
all Into or around the middle 9-pound 5-ounce bouncing baby dee of Lake Geneva recently their funds. They plan to make currence. I have never discussed The Flashes went ahead on nett managed to down an IndIan Friday at 8 p.m. when they face

building of the Fairgrounds, all boy. Brian Leroy last Thurs- enjoyed a weekend trip to Disney future donations to the Fund it with a chemist, but a one yard drive by tailback punt on the St. Joseph two- Bradford a team that won a 7-6
you 'see or hear Is hounds. It day. Travis and Ava Wynn and World, Orlando and Lake whenever they can. would guess that It comes from Sandy Preston, then added a yard-line with very little time victory over Mayo last week.
was an enjoyable and Informative visiting the new Wales. pollens or natural chemicalsin
family were They encountered some Recent new members in our
experience. But by the and over rain which the water. --- edT.--: 5.j :=;
baby proud parents heavy : forced an church are the following: Mr. -'
time I had to write two articles the weekend. Roy told me he earlier return. & Mrs. Farrln R. Kahoe II, The water Is so soft that you .. ...r. I.- ).r" ''; ..1'I 1r.; ,

In a day and a half, there caught: 24 catfish Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts of Miss Betty Matthews, Mrs. can, while swimming, rub your "_ .'J >t .. ..
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was Just no" time to write the 20 on Wednesday. Bedford Lake recently enjoyeda Frank J. Slovak, Mrs. fcmma: hands together rapidly and they ;iI .;;.:. ."..tKpp; ttbYfNnne. .
Indian Beach News. But am Weekend guests at Griffins weekend trip to Columbus, A. Schneider. Mrs. Ann Leonard will feel almost slick. Also, I ."1"'I-"' .wr-........ ..... ,.
back this week, so lets see Lodge (east shore Santa Fe) Ga. for a family reunion. They and children John, Mike If the hands are soaped It Is ,....... .I ., -.': .. ,
almost to wash all
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what been happening. Included; Mr. and Mrs. John then came home, only to depart and Nancy, all'by letters: and Impossible 4 t'1""
Worley; Mr. and Mrs. Glen again last weekend with a short the soap off, again due to the -/,4 1 1L 1w
Monday night, my parents Lester Sheets, Miss Sharon extreme softness of the water. 4
James and Cricket, Otis Mel- Hurst and family spent last vacation with their son and Davis, Miss Lori Myers, Miss we '\
This Is to that
not
ton and I visited my grandparents week there. Those who we family In Orlando and to celebrate Carrie Ranew, and David John- say soap
suds could not possibly ;!
signed for cabins duringthe Ed's birthday of Sunday appearon :
up son, all by profession of faith
Hubert and Palma Chltty winter months Include: Mary Sept. 20. A the water In the future, butI :J4
and
baptism. special: wel-
in Starke. Granny Chitty Is getting Griffls and Kathy Walker, John The Sunday School Class from come to these new members.We do not believe we have that \
along pretty good now.Alsoon Werner, Greg Rlnker and the Christian Missionary Alliance problem at this writing.As .
Monday, Raymond and Gladys Tony Bates and party.; Church of Mlnneola, of have four more eveningsto for the dark, thin scum r
Charlie and Vanetta Morrisof which Mrs. Frank Smith Is the hear and enjoy Dr. James that sometines: appears on the y ,
Malphitrs had supper with.us. Houston Texas, spent the teacher were entertained by H. Wright, Jr., our evenge- surface of the water-- again,
Mrs. Barbara Fisher and son weekend with Pete and Joyce Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scripture list, and Bill Buchanan, our when I was a boy-- especially:
Devtn of Keystone had supper Barton. Joyce attended the Music Director for the revival during the warm, doldrum-like ,
with us Wednesday. My mother funeral of Mrs. John McGll- Margaret and Robbie Robbins services. If you have not attended days of midsummer, when the

Cricket, Copeland and I spent vary In Gainesville last Mon- were dinner guests of Tom any of our services, we lakes have had several days Q sIN
most of Friday In Galne vUle. and Lillian Norwood one night urge you to do so. These two without a breeze, I would often
White there we ate dinner with day.J.D.. and Doris Carlton and last week. Guests of the Nor- servants of Cod have blessedour see a large area of water cov-
my brother Wayne who lives daughter Sherrl were In Cle- woods over the weekend were hearts with their dedicated ered with a rather dark, thin
and works over there now, and wlston from Saturday till Tues- Mr. and Mrs. M.P. Jones of Christcentered ministeringand scum. lying close to shore.
we visited'Aunt Teenle Cren- day visiting her sister and Ormond Beach. we know that you will receive I have seen it as much as 40
or 50 feet out from the wa-
shaw AlfredtyAW..W. Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Anderson : a blessing.!
and Uncle: family. ter's and
.. ..'J" JfW mI ;:::::::::::,,-rdr'r::: Mr.and Mrs.Warren Tyre, It as edge a,natural always occurrence: thoughtof ,

: .r and visited Mrs.Mrs.Cooper Beulah of Lyons Smith and Ga. My Neighbors theorizing that It was probably THE BACKFIELD will be, from left! to right, Rick Wheeler,

1 ; f: Mrs. RUby, Wolfe last week. coming up from the bottom, Robin Henderson Mike Schultz, Jack Sheffield Ricky Davis, and I
: in and around muddy bottom
I ,1.,1.II Betty Butler of Miami, spent areas, and slowly drifting onto Tim Gorr''r etzman.

the night before with Mrs. Jo Strang-to _.. .. ..r.v..J.OJ..w..u..u..nnn..u..u.. ... ....",.,.....JJ..JJ..J.O........,...:.....,.,:<.:.:.:.>>_'......:.:.:.:..:..:..:....,.:.,:._,:,:,:,:,;,:,:,;,:,:. $,..
berg, going on see 4ff:$rr f rYfirvffrrfrr:? ..::..... .r.: : ::: :.: mm
f her father who was to have surgery -
jpNNc In the V.A. Hospital last

.: week. r1'r Dlsl mciwe PRINTING ------------I
John and Sue Eckland of Virginia fi

.*... have rented the Schmitt ,
II ,'. lake cottage. He Is a studentat ,
: *
$: the U of F. We extend a
::: warm welcome to the Ecklands.. SALE

:: T.C. and Jeff Miller, Danny ; w4

Babb and Bobby Hurner were 41111
I Tubing on the Itchetucknee RIver l
facilities
We have the complete
last Sunday. Jack and Lou "As a matter of fact. DID R

i Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Herman list him a* a dependent. Any and know how to successfully serve ::1 1
attended the Ford Showat >,
.BRIDGE YOU OVER y McGuIre Duval Motors in Jackson- o bjecllonl1"! ::# c; your every printing need Letterpress ,::f

ville, last Tuesday. SG'r'9rfr: :"f f:{::frif f'f.fi'.4'r: :: r:.S.r; : 'frCrSW.: <.1< offset, engraving are all part ':
More and more we're seeing --
people leaving towns and especially of our service. We print color or 4'cz y
moving S.E. MCKAY << :::
funds in savings account her will be countryaeThis block and white. Call us, compare
Reserve a to the certainly: REALTOR
ready io help in any emergency and will add .o. holds true of people leaving J our quality and prices.

yo* financial Kcuriry.Make if a habu, 10 deposit cities and moving to Santa Fe K.ytton. Hts 473.4816
a part of each paycheck in a savings' account : Lake Our latest addition to'fulltime :
here. You'II Uke our friendly helpful ; residency Is James Stationery Catalogs'

service cooKEYSTONE and Larry Marzle who moved Kinchen down and from son HOMES.ACREAGESRENTALS ; Business/ forms envelopes

STATE BANK Jacksonville. So we extend a Announcements Advertising BRADFORD cOt/NZtitrrapt

warm welcome to the Klnchens. III... M'Ob.' : lift.* 471..740': j j.I

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Jimmy Kinchen and wife Jan CaU J, Ch. .. visited them this week.
Roblnt
Your Friendly Bank! In Your Friendly That seems to be all of the Paul,.! c., n;- 471.4042$ !

.Community.s news for this week, to will

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BROOKER in BRIEFBY .

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LINDA 0. COX .
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16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
d !: AD RATES 641 ft. on Hwy.; $8,500.00 Cash. FOR RENT- bedroom trailer FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bed- i
Call Bill Powell Brok' '. 964- central heat, air cond. A- ,JIMMY MOORE'S
Minimum Charge .... 1.71 room trailer outside city; limIts -
(Coveri IS words) 6464 or 964-6810 :'to FOR SALE vallable Call 533-2366 until after June 6 p.m.IS, 1972. J.B. White 964-6114, If SUN SPORTS
call 9648799.
no answer
'Back word ever. 1*-7eSte BUILDING LOTS on SR, 16. tfchg BOAT FOR
230.BuildIng Used Black & White MOORE
Extra Charge If not''' Building Lots on SR. \
Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill NEW '72 MOBILE homes/are'' YOUR MONEY

paid In advanceCLASSIFIED Powell, Broker, 964-6464 or In. All new floor plans, and .
DISPLAY 964-6810. Portable T.Vo'S deluxe models. Olin' Mobile IIIY Stark Ph. 964-5791

Homes, 100 West, Starke. AStern
$1.80 Per Inch Complete Outboard
1
CHILD CARE In my home. tfchg
Memorial Re.ol.tioes. child, $10 week 2 children 29,95 each HOMESAVAIUBU Drive Service and

:. Proclamations, ate -7e word $15 week. Any hours. Behind. FOR RENTFurnished, 4 room Repair. Complete Fiber

""' II Plnehurst Grocery, 2nd trailer ee at Bradford Motel. apartment 331 Clark St. Mrs. glass!!!! Repair. Custom-
CARDS OF THANKS on right. lip tfchg
Sllcox.
I D.L. FOR built Fiberglass Fishing
''' I"! SO word or !loll .. ....,.1."
"lr ONE ACRE lots for sale, four Boat
1 Each word over 50-7o MEN COTTAGE Parents Want- YOUR LOT
16 Ralford
miles west on or COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser-
ed-Mature, permanent. Beginning -
Rd. Call 964-5153 after 5 P.m. -
viceCarpets shampooed,
$347 maximum $460
per.
3tchg 10/7 FRONT LOTS
FOR SALEMagic Chef 011 house traitors. windows month. Apply In person at Personnel WATER
X3,50016000F SALE
FOR
scrubbed.Phonw
washed, floors
Office, Sunland Training
space heater, $45. Back of
Lake and Crosby
964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg On Crosby
INTERSTATE MORl.ut.JIMut. Center, Gainesville. 4tchg 9/23
Hampton City; Hall, 468-1371. Lake Canal. Canal 50 feet
Itp moving.. In. FJa: CalJ'964-8604} ,. wide, 8 feet deep) Located on

QeMWATSON'S -_.... .. FT. State Road 100, 3 miles Westof
LEG CRAMPS? Try Suppllcal LEW'S ..::::.-.=:. Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation -

with calcium, only $1.98 at Mit .::.IYtiI J cottage mobile honie ,or
/ chell's Drug. Itp WELDING SHOP I, "::.::: Investment --
N ILa 0 t INC. $200
HOUSEOF'VACtMiS' uvula AREA Prices start at$1.295.00.
Reduce excess fluids with brands Whispering Pine. 4Hp- and $35.00 month for M
Bristol Many, of new vacuums down
Valerie Cos/fen
I Tony / FLUIDEX, $1.69 LOSE $39.00 op. Used machines from tel US 301() S. Phone I'f(3\ ( 1/2 % simple Inter-

WEIGHT safely with Dex-A- $10. Expert Repairs all makes. 961-8232: --- CALL .1\>.
Wed in Brooker Baptist Church Diet, 98C at Mitchell's Drug. Pale and Accessories for all BEAUTIFUL Sealy Mattress& Call 964-7701 8 a.m.' to 9p.m.weekdays.
Itp '
UTILITY TRAILERS tf
vacuum Built far Central vac .

Miss Valerie Anno Bristol mediately after the ceremony, LOSTSeveral cows north of umn Main cleaning .y.tems712 N, CUSTOM BUILT springs.Regular price Innerspring, $99.95 and set foam.This SLADE LOTS'FOI1 SALE Starke Golf
Gainesville
376-7110
daughter of Air and Mrs Ronald a receiving line was formedIn Hellbronn\ Springs. 'O' brandon GAS AND ELECTRIC week, $59.95 with trade-in at & Country Club, ready for

D. Bristol of Urpokor, the vestibule for the bridal hip, please contact 964- BUSINESS LOCA1IUN WELDING BRAZING Dahmer's Discount. tfchp building on or for Investment.
and Airman ,Anthony Edward party to greet their guests. 7490. Itchg 1.4 ACRES with 421 feet on US SHEET METAL HOME Lots area approximately 1/2
Mrs Leroy Assisting at the wedding were:
of
Castlen, son TRAILER HITCHES
301'just south of Starke city li acre and larger. Paved roads
Stokes and the late Edward Mrs. Stanley Green, who directed FOR RENTFurnished & unfurnished service station minutes from town.
mits. Fine for INSTALLED M only3
Y NOW" & SAVE
James Tem-
also of Brooker, were and Mrs. SERVICES
Castlen, ; apartments In town, restaurant, or other business. Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 P.m.
united In marriage on Satur ple, who Introduced the gueststo also house In country W.H. 7000. Terms. Please call or tfchg
day, Sept. 4, at 8 o'clock in the receiving lino. The at Nollman. tfchg write Frank Philpott, McKInney .
the evening. The candlelight tendants placed their basketsof Green Inc. Realtors Box Carrier
BEGGS
CARL For Information i
took In the flowers the registrationtable
ceremony place on 2 BEDROOM block house for 14484, Gainesville Fla. 32601,
Brooker Baptist Church with which was covered witha Can Jacksonville O.C. Carries Nursery
ServiceUSED
rent for retired or middle aged phone 372-3617 or 376-6893. Gulf Room Air Conditioners
Rev.James L,Tem- white linen cloth, centered
the pastor Phone
964-5690. Collect
couple. lip .5 tchg930.. Thousands of Plants
ple, performing the nuptials. with an arrangement of pink, PARTS Touch Control Comfort Center
In front of the altar were blue and white mums with light- HELP WANTED-Male .... Prices for Wree:!** cue Two or True Speed Cooling 781.4055 Fruit Trees, Shade Trees
two standing baskets of white ed tapers. Deborah Green, Dana chicken farm Phone Wrecker' venice Heiible Air Flow Controls Evergreens, Camellias,
male
on U Boer .
gladioli, large white chrysan- Dyal and Rhonda lIarrell 468-1985. lip A Hole la Your Roof Automatic E..nT.mpThermosta't ''Azaleas. Roses

theymuns and pompoms with handed out rice bags. Or A Fuel Oil hire Urge Washable filter Mess la cans Plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
satin bows against a The couple Is residing near ,
large FOR SALE1964 Jeep Station Used CaN Corrosion Resistant Casings
background of branched Chanute A.F.B., Illinois where Excellent condition. ,Models, lot Special Windows,
Wagon. WHOLENEW Hwy. Ml N.WaM SI Ml. S.E. of SUrktf, Rwy. 1MFlormhome
candlelabras with white lighted Tony is stationed. Phone 9646285. tfchg .- SEWINGMACHINE
tapers standing on the al- The bride Is a 1971 gradu- ....111I as low as 151-1165

tar. In the center of the altar ate of BUS and was employedwith RED BRICK COUNTRY HOME '

was a I long-branched candle- Southern Bell Telephone 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, large ROOF $11900
labra entwined with ivy and Co. The groom is also a 1971 living and dining, lots of car- Tho Glass Shop
baby breath. This was graduate of BUS and Is presently peting, drapes, cornices, hard- J & J Roofing Co. INSUBANCX Sales and Service
flanked by topiary trees. Near in the U.S. Air Force. wood floor, two car garage, AT' KKDDOCD: 1tA'I'EIIAUTO. SLADE GAS PFAFF NECCHI
the front of the altar two shor- 2400 sq. ft, central heat and Phone 961-8778 FIBE.!: BOAT New Home Glass

ter branched candlelabras and REHEARSAL DINNERA air. Yours for a quick sale. Hiway 301 South DOYLE E. CONNEKDflSUKANCC Universal For __
used to balance each other and AGENCY and
rehearsal dinner was giv- A.J. Thomas,Realtor,Tel.964- Appliances
glv a glow to the lovely cere- en for the Bristol-Castlenwed 5701. *.*. $49:50 up AH CARS and TRUCKS
mony. The kneeling bench was 332 W. toiison: Parts & Repairs on
ding party by the groom's par- SMALlEST 8-TRACK tape Installed While-U-WaU
used for the
closing prayer. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Decks for small size cars, all other Make Ma- Custom Vinyl.Auto Tops
While kneeling the placed !
couple FOR SALEFeeder pigs to .
Stokes, on Friday night Sept. at Dahmer's Discount. lOt/chg. chhies.NATIONAL.
them their as hands a wedding on a Bible gift.given White to 3, at the Brooker Baptist Church about ltp 75 lbs Phone 473-4856. 10/7. ter- Brown T, J. MannBulldozing 1017 N. Main GMH
annex. The dinner was served
satin bows marked the family buffet style.; White linen cloths FOR SALEGood Coastal Ber-

pews. were used on the tables. The FOR SALE43 Chinchillas, muda hay by bale or ton. Call ..,11 W. Onlv. Ave.GoinotvilU .
Palms were placed in front must sell entire herd, plus ,
dessert (table was centered with 964-6114 tfchg Florida
of the organ and the piano. and all equipment. Ph. The Hour MARYCARTER
a bouquet of mixed spring flowers cages By 378-1355-
Mrs. (Bobby Dyal played the and candles. Mrs. Stokes 473-4856. lip DAIRY CALVES, day old and Volkswagen Or Contract
nuptial music at the piano. Rev. was assisted at the dinner by weaned, for sale.A.J.Faulkner
James L. Tom ply played two Mrs. Stanley Green.affil'rrDAY LOU'S NURSERY 4 years phone 4681245. 2tp. 9hiFOR New a Vied

of the couples favorite hymnson State Certified Elementary ,.... service 485-3.710 PUMPSNEW
the organ. These were: Amazing CELEBRATIONSMiss teacher. Very progressive, use SALECorn fed hogs,
Grace" and"How Great Brook Florida'
Deborah Green cele- of many Montessori methods. for freezer. Dressed, 38C per 1 ML North of Tire M.dOAJNESVIJ.LE .r.
Thou Art". brated her 8th birthday with a Limited enrollment. Ages 2- lb. Jerry Whitehead. 9646147. AND USED PAINTS
his Mr. Lerov Stokes attended party given in the yard by her 5. Call 9648404. 3tchg 10/7 2tp 9/23 etp../9d.d/ 19
step-son as best Ushers
man. mother, Mrs. Stanley Green, SALES
were: Charlie: Castlen on Friday afternoon, Sept. 17. WAITRESS WANTED-Call 782- PARTS SAME
FOR SALE- Vox Amplifierwith
brother of the and La- .e
vern and Jimmy groom Outlaw of Deborah's uncle and aunt, Mr. 3886 for Interview. Trail Restaurant 110-220 transformer; 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired For Sale By SERVICE

Sta rke. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams 2tchg 9/30 $225.00 cash. Call 9647337.Itp and cleaned at Dahmers DIs- Deep nnd Shallow Wells
Miss from Tallahassee, led the count fast service tfchg 20 acre on SR 100 4 Mil. PRICE
Kathy Bristol, sister : : : : : : Water Softeners and
Prizes were won by X : )> : : : X: :: Xs: Stark From
of the bride, served as maid games. South of FillersPlumbing
of honor. She wore a medium Doug Green, Angie Andrews, with other Dyal relative. APPALOOSA STUD 3 years House with now roof. 1400

blue crepe over taffeta floor sell Nanlne, Kim Wllllngham Thomas Randy David Star-Fus- NEW ARRIVAL old. Gentle green broken, good ft. on Hiway 833 ft. on Supplies AS
,
length gown featuring empire ling, Joyce Prescott and Jeff Congratulations! To Mr. and spotted blanket, For sale or Graded Road.
waist accented with a self band Wood Mrs Richard Hunt on the birth trade for beef cattle of equal ONLY $13,950 EXPERT SERVICE ON
centered vtUa, \ white satin value. 4681190. lip Jacksonville
The 24 children enjoyed of a daughter, Velelta Mon- ALL MAKES
bow. Her. pale blue veil was punch, cake, and candy cups. tame, on Saturday, Sept. 18, V < 29% dn.-balance $86.79 mo] PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
attached to a petal design Out-of-town guests for this occasion Maternal grandparents,Mr.and REFINISnrNG FOR SALE24'X60' Mobile 102 E. BROWNLEE
made of the same fabrlce as we re'tJ' err,Todd and Carrie Mrs. George Lovelace and Mr. I\\ ALL TYPES home, central heat and air, > Call Bill Powell 964-6810 I 1
the dress. She carried a white Wood from Fairchild A.F.B and Mrs. Cecil Davis; mater- 3 bedrooms & den. Lake Geneva -
basket of roses and mums In Washington; Deborah's great nal great-grandparents, Mr. UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK Fla. Call 964-5153 after After 5 P.M. PUMP A SUPPLY CO.
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rainbow colors. Bridesmaidswere grandparents, Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. Lem Davis and Mr. 5 p.m. 3tchg 10/7 Taking applications fat
: Patsy Edwards, Char- and Mrs. Evan Hodges ma-
W.E. Bigham Sr of Lakeland ;
lone Melvin, and Isabel Bristol ; ternal Expert Reproduction FOR SALE-1970 Chevelle Malibu WE REPAIR and sell nearly FHA 235
Mr. Bigham (Pop) and Deborah great, great grand-
sister of the bride. These have mutual birthdays and Mr. mother Is Mrs. Mamie Hodg C. E. JACKSON FOR SALE: 1959 Ford pickup AT, AC, PS, PB. 17,000 every needle made for illlJI
; Good $350. Can '
condition
attendants Identical miles, 33,000 lert'on brand stereo
wore gownsto factory regardless otage. New Brick 3 and .4
and Mrs. L.L. Ilardee of Jack- es.
that of the honor attendant, sonville also 1318 W. ..Madison Stable: be seen 4 miles 301 N, or call warranty. $2,750. Phone 475- Also the long play records at
except theirs wore pastel blue. of Deborah's., great grandparents PRAYER LIST FOR TIlE SICK 964-7397. Itp 1656. lip $1 off regular price at Dah- Bedroom Homes

Given In marriage by her father Miss Tina Edwards celebrated Robin Parrish has gone to mer's Discount. tfchg_ Can for Details,. j

the bride wore a floor her 4th birthday with a partyat Jackson Memorial Hospital in HOUSE PAINTING Interior Low Down Paymentand
length white gown of bro- her home Miami for special therapy. So '
near Lake Cityon GENERAAND FARM
exterior, hourly or by Moderate Monthly
cade polyester made by her Sunday afternoon Sept, 19. glad that Dolly Harrell is feeling GEORGE ROBERTSReal contract
mother; featuring an empire Cake, Ice cream and punch better; also that Roy Green WESTERN STORE First class workmanship gua Payments)
waist accented with a self band served In Fllntstone cups and and George Pierce are both EstateC. ranteed. For free estimate,
and centered with a self-bow. contact Lonnle Roberts-Mon- LONGCHAMP HOMES
plates were enjoyed by all.Tina doing well after having surgery '
Her detachable chapel length Is the daughter of Mr. and last week. Western Work Cloth. through Friday 8:00: a.m. to none M4-M53

train flowing from her shoul- !Mrs. Gene Edwards. Those attending B. 2 BR Fireplace Large house large Boots Stetson Hats 4:30 p.m. 431-1126. Nights and Ml BoalbSUrtarr.
ders was made of Chantilly this occasion from lot 301 weekends. .431-1768. 4 tchg. '
lace trimmed with scalloped Brooker were :Mr. and Mrs. on near Lawtey, .Saddle.. Tack'Veterinarian
edges of Venlse lace. Her illusion 120 Acres 9/23.
Ernest Edwards, Tina's grand- all improved pasture w/largehouse trailer Supplies
veil Tell from a crownof
parents; Patsy Edwards, Tim'saunt land I SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned,
Vcniso lace daisies. The outbuildings. iQSS'
Mrs Inez Green and Mr.
;
to bride her carried by her a parents Bible Liven the and Deena.PERSONALS Mrs. .Tommy Cox, Bradleeand 110 acres all cleared under cultivation, w/pump &| Mon. W.d. 8 to 6 oiled home and.$5.00.adjusted Vacumn in cleaner your

Bible was covered with a cas- I septic tank Ideal for trailer Thursday 8 to 12 repairs also. All work guaranteed. -
Vicon Dennis E, Cogging Phone
dade of lilies of the valley, ,
( Fri. Sat. 8 to 7 '
ACREAGE 170 ,
centered with a white orchid acres woodland good land 431-1428 tfchg

and edged with violets, and Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Williams Good Main St. Lake
whle streamers She wore a of Tallahasse spent last A.kCharlerl building lots in just about any location you Butler

white gold cross, centered witha week In Brooker visiting the desire. Phono 496.6041 made to your -'
diamond, a gift from the family, Mrs. W.E. Bigham Jr. ,
groom. and Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. t Large modern CB home, approx. 1 yr. old, 3 BR, LR, JOB individual hearingrequirements

!Mrs. Bristol chose for her Stanley Green and children.\ E. w Den 2ft baths double fire WANTEDSecretary experienced at no FURNITUREQuality
While here they also visitedKeMeUl' place, on beautiful 3 acre In shorthand, typing
daughter's wedding a pink parents Mr. and llot. and general office, desires part additional cost. Home Furnishing
street length crepe dress with Mrs. Ivan Williams, In Lulu. Johns time work in Keystone or Custom Draperies

round neckline, and an eyeletlace Mr and Mrs. Jim Shanksof GEORGE ROBERTSReal Starke. Phone 473-4716. Itp ALL MAKE HEARING Carpeting
bodice with eyelet lace
Tallahassee were weekend About This Question: Estate Interiors by Victor
long sleeves edged with a ruf
guests of Mrs. W.E.Bigham Jr. AIDS REPAIRED
1600
fle. She wore a strand of Park Ave. Orange Park
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth WH-
pearls, a pink and white bow Hams. 'Fire, windstorm, explosion 1421 W. Madison! St. Stark., Florida 964-7826 NOTICEStarke AINESVILlE HEARINGAID 2M-t33J' .f(

In her hair, and other match- Mr. and Mrs. Craig Wood, or other physical and
Ing accessories. Her corsage Jeff, Todd and Carrie are here damage can cause a loss of Keystone CO.

wits;! a natural-colored orchid visiting Crelg's parents, Mr. rental Income for several Heights area Customers 1137 N. W. 23rd Av i

with pink and white stream and Mrs. L.C. Wood. They arrived months In offices or mercantile r.- : ;;E.l; EDMONDSON
ers.Mrs. from Fairchild A.F.B. Hastings Mattress : svlll., Florida 32601 &
Stokes, mother of..the Washington Tuesday Sept. buildings. FACTORY HELP and Phone 37o-0095 I

groom wore an ear with H, By the way, this is Car- Does the Charley E. Johns ; : Upholstery I ___ ." : U. "_..: JONES
length silk crepe rie's first trip to her grandparents Agency supply. insuranceto '" '" -
long organza sleeves, and reimburse such loss of i Owen Joist of! Florida, Inc. need dependable, obI. 710 8t. ,Johns AvePALATKA
bodied : FOR RENT- bedroom unfurnished LAND CLEARING
matching sleeveless organza- Chuck Wood from LakelandIs .. '" factory help. Ha experience necetcary.
coat. The dress had a banded, visiting his uncle and aunt, rental rncnn* : Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit : house. M.A. Payne. Ph.
neckline with a beaded yoke Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Wood. Charley E. Is Open AgainFURNITUR11 964-6560 after S p.m. tfchg Acre & Lots,''Water

of pearls and crystals. Shewore' Mrs. Iva Douglas and Mrs. Holes PushedLand: .
IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLYOWEN !
matcMng! accessories Including Lloyd Dyal attended the Brad AGENCY WANTEDReliable
JOHNS sober, scaping.
head piece. ford AT .
aa
aqua County Nurses Council I Repaired Refinished honest, night auditor & desk
She also wore a naturalcolored luncheon given at the Garden S
orchid with a pink' and Restaurant In Stark Mon- 131 So. Walnut St. JOIST Re-npholatered clerk Holiday Inn of Starke. PHONE
on
e jgilte.ribbon.1'lIe' day Sept. 13. Phon. 964-5070 i NEW MATTRESSES Please apply In person tfchg 964-7205

bride's' book was kept Mrs. N'eta Dyal of Starke Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday I CABS FOR SALEA.J.. Faulk-

by Mlu IJirie Temple. Guest spent a few days last weekat CLASP ENVELOPE*. ail FREE ESTIMATES ner, phone 468-1245, Waldo
registered upon entering the the home of her son, Lloyd eisesv-Bnutfer* Coral: ?''Tale*, 7:00: A.M. Ta 5:00 P.M. Call Collect 328-2144 10/7 CLASP ENVELOPES: e4

vestibule of the church. Im- Dyal. While here she visited cravh. L.N.................N.....N..........M 3to na.h.taesv- Bradford Cevtty: Tale*

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