Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01673
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h.I straight year Con-

School Board tainer Corporation of

America has entered

s suit In protest of

IncreasesAn Bradford County's

Responds To assessments of Us

36,206 acres of tim-
okay for Brad- berlands here.

ford school teachers

to receive pay raises The new suit filed Tuesday,
means Container Corp. will
granted prior to Damage withhold another $20.284 In tax-

President RlohardNixon's es the county says the firm
owes for 1971. It will\ bring
15 .
Aug. the amount of taxes Interest
plus -
Gene Shaw has
Attorney been
retained -
freeze on wages and r at! six per cent, to near
last f \ to represent the Bradford Boardof SIUD.OUO that (ontalner Is ablet
prices was given
I tS
Public Instruction In suit for withold for the past four
week by the Boardof 11.\' years, 1969-71, according to
Public Instruction. ... \ filed against the board by a Jackson- Taxssessor Gene; Long.
J $I' \ ville building contractor. \11 with the. other suits from
N J h I9G3 through 1970, Container Is
The decision means that tea- i The firm of Harris and Harris. -
.'vZh lw alleging that the assessmentsof
chers will draw a $200 pay v1 yf'V 1 Inc., plaintiffs in the suit t., \Long are arbitrary Illegal
raise okayed on July 29 by '. f.\.\ Raiford state In Its complaint that the grossly excessive, unequal and
the school board. They can school board has not paid all discriminatory. The timber

also draw wage increases due that Is due under contracts to firm Is suing Assessor long

from gaining experience or a Man 43Drowns build I.awtey Elementary:: and lax Collector J.R. Kelly, and

step up In rank, such as a Southside Elementary additions tile director of the State Ito-
teacher getting a master's degree In 1966 and on contract to build
1t3 .,. partment of Revenue, Ed
Supt. Tom Casey said ::" Vt the Hampton and Broelkel' fJe-: StrnuKhn.Container.

last week. F mentary schools In 1967. claims its pine

Checks will out Thurs- e .. S Attorney Shaw said :Mondayhe lands should I be assessed at
day, the school board office Billy Oscar Gibson, 43, of has filed three motions In $62.40 per acre and its swamp
reported.The Ralford! drowned about 1 p.m. the. suit In Circuit Court here. lands at $5 per acre. \ssessor -
Saturday while swimming in hey areAJDotion: rene.ong; \ has placed a
Bradford board made It the Santa Fe River near Brook- value of $100 per acre on Umber -
clear In its motion to Include to dismiss the suit lands In tile county and
the motion for the wage Increases t who had been In III on grounds that Harris and $30 per acre on swamplands.
that the Increases are h h health for several years hav- Harris has failed to allege that
.- ( the Bradford school board has \ccordinj to Long's assessments -
being given on the basis of ing had one lung removed and
V of not fulfilled the contract Container will owe the
recommendations from State part another, was at the
In valorem
$58,793 ad
Supt. Floyd Christian and on Irv .......... ; swimming hole with his brothers -A motion asking that attorneys county taxes In 1971. Container
the advice ot the staff ? Junior and Cecil, and saysit
legal for Harris
and Harrisset
% ,r ....Ij r should owe $32.50! a dif
of the State Department of F.d- r other friends lie is said to out more specifically their
ference of $26,284.ccordJng .
ucation. have pulled off his shoes and statement of complaint.
shirt and dived into the swlftrunnlng ,\ to figures from
Supt. Casey was anxious that -A motion to amend tile suit
stream with his pants Tax Collector 111. Kelly, Container -
beginning teachers be grantedthe A largo crowd waited Tuesday night to '.0 who won tho I.nger Ronr is i In center at both closely observe votoi b. and socks: still on. to name the school board and owes $14,848 In 1970

the $200 increase Increase.will about lie states bring police Chief's" job. Chl.f Fuqua It at oxtromo right, chal- ing counted. "Apparently the exertion was not each Individual school board taxes. 'Hie, firm paid $42,758

just too much for him in his member as it now does. of a total $57,607 the, county;
new teachers back to the level
weakened condition," Deputy; :Monday was the final day' claims It owes last year.In .
of take home drew
pay they Glenn Moore said "and he could the school board had to ans-
last earning $6,500. New 1969 Container left unpaid -
year the and Shaw said
not make It back to the riverbank wer suit :
teachers, Casey points out, $25,122 In taxes tie, county -
." lie down- he responded prior to lhat
have no choice but to go under was swept lie retained b tile school I claims tile firm owes, but
stream before his companionscould was )
the state retirement plan which paid $31.226') of a total assessment -
board last Wednesday.RepresenUtg .
him and the
rescue bodywas
Silcox Win
Includes an increase in retire- of S5'i,8in.In .
recovered about 4.20
ment payments and also allows Fuqua : p.m., tfiv, construction l'tH8! Container left unpaid
In debris In the river
teachers to take part In the entangled firm are Harold II. Mal- $22,459, but paid $28,OW!' of a
about 30 to 35 feet from where
U.S. Social Security program he went down. mowltz, Jacksonville attorney total I assessment of $50,5r.

something they heretofore have Gibson Is survived by his and the firm Greene, (Greene The I Umber firm Is asking

the not teacher been allowed retirement to do under widow :Mary; a son, Billy Kay; Smith and Davenport of Jack that tile Circuit ('ourt of tile

sys In Large Turn Out a daughter, Mrs. Linda I'inle>', sonvllle. I I' Itfhth: District Intervene and
tem.Casey all of lialford; his mother :Mrs In the two count complaint "determine tho legality, quality -
pointed out to the school
the plaintiff allepes he and (lie
:Minnie Yarborough, Lake But correctness: and validity;
board that some teachers
being ler; two brothers, Junior Gibson Bradford County school board of the, assessments of plaintiffs
paid on a 12-month basis for entered into a contract Ian. 3,
Lake Butler, and Cecil Container) lands" and
summer work have already Chief Fuqua polled 844 votesto Gibson, Starke and a sister 1967 covering construction of "determine tile amount of tax
dates the ;
drawn watching count
paychecks in which inf vote their heads negatively. admitted he
$50,000. Fuqua schools at Brooker and Hampton "
Rosser's 759 in Vonda Lake City. legally due by Container
a race that Mrs. Dicks
were unable to tell by the pilesof Chief Fuqua had to run a overspent the $114,000 police at a base bid of $33',050.!)
was predicted to be close and ballot which was ahead. second to win built Funeral services were held The I court Is also
strong primary budget, but claimed he has In the second count the plaintiff requested -
was won by an 85 vote mar- Both Fuqua and Rosser, duringthe In the face of Rosser's charge up the police department and at 2 p.m. Tuesday In the cha- states he entered into a to enjoin the, county from
: -::: O:>'::::'* ::::4 :::: :::::: gin It Is the third time Posser counting, would add up each that he overspent his budgetIn pel of Brannen Funeral Home contract with the board of feb. collecting taxes!! from, ontaln(

has been defeated in his bid batch of ballots, then shake the past two years by over (Sue 1'JKc 6)) Lake Butler, Interment was In 25, 19B6\ for construction of er above the value which I on-
to regain the chiefs job, but l Dyal Cemetcrj. I. talner claims It owes.
additions at awtey inlorllighand
he has always run a strong
!Similar suits Container
Southsidc I lemenlary: ) at a by
ii race. price of S2')0ln.!) ( () against tile count have I been
I Silcox polled the top vote before Circuit tourt luclxe: lolmVII.

with 877 to groceryman Er- Tornadoes Face Test Hie contractor alleges that Murphrce for tIe, past
yI nest Allen's 705 to win the Big he has complied with tie contracts four years, but he has not yet
I Group 4 seat. Allen picked up and (that. the, defendant ruled on the Umber firms' pe
I 276 votes, from 429 in the school board members have tition. '

I f (Thr daunt; ((:r irr m first primary to 705 Tuesdayto failed and refused to pay tIe, limber tux suits In 191i-1r.6.<
Silcox the, full amount due
run a strong race. plaintiff '
4 In S Tomorrowdepend and R7 upheld tile count} s
of the contracts -
It was the first time in many L Augustine under the terms assessments' from! the .Ircuiti : j!
BHSCLASS years that more Starke voters i ot the rignui IISlr1Ctthroll.i1
--I mantled in the complaintIs
turned out for the second primary the I lorldn Supreme
j OF 1961 run-offs than primary a judgement and that tile In excess Issue be of: ( ourt 'ontalner, however, has
election. By official count, 1,630 $1,000 sued the county In every sub-
< Pious i iz the BITS scouting report. on our quickness. settled b trial by' jur>'.
: << voted Tuesday In the second "Friday will tell the story 180.The sequent year despite the rulings -
:: primary 13 more than the 1,617 a Bradford High football coach Prepping with Baker High defensive secondary Is "With the, size they have we :Meeting last Wednesday ,afternoon cm timber firms' assessment -
REUNION i voting in the primary election. says of tomorrow night's Flo- and Buchholz the Tornadoes smaller, about down to Bradtord's will have to be moving and to obtain legal services protests In 6567.
>> rida Star contest in St, Augustine size at 140, 140, and stunting around defensively"
Most significant\ feature about easily won two shut outs 33- to represent them U e Ml three courts, the Circuit
At Homecoming the vote Tuesday was the big SA when the Yellow Tornadoes meet 0 and 26-0. Hut they will also 165.Offensively, Robert Barnum Starting for the Tornadoes school board members were ( ourt. tile Iflstrict Court of

} turnout, almost 400 more than the High Jackets. be coming off an 8-7 loss to 155, Is the running back in the tomorrow night on offense will told that Harris and Hants \pl Mls. and lIr.Ateuprome;

This Year predicted by veteran City; Clerk lie meant that St. Augustine, St. Augustine last season. St, Augustine -tonnatlon. He be center I arelon :.McClellan. must be referring to liquidated i- i ours! ruled the tax assessorIs

: Merrill Edwards, who is usual- third on a schedule of lOgames, "I feel like they'll (SI. Augustine runs the ball most of the time guards Gary; :Melvin and David damages: or penalties I under no obligation to follow'
: Interested Persons r almost the with will tell Just how good the McCutchena: tackles Vernon charged under tile two contracts guidelines handed down by
ly on money ) try to blow us out of and does a good job It It, according aN
Should Contact $ his predictions of city voter 1971 edition of Bradford High there," says David \Hurso head to Coach George Lo- Barber and Randy Cashing, ends for law completion of the state, but must use his
: i turnout. There are 2,437 regIstered fighting footballers really are. Tornado coach. Against Lake per who scouted the Jackets. Charles Wright and Gray l lynn the work. personal judgement/ and stan-
i j voters In the city. Tornado coaches are definitein In their quarterback Eddie llazen full- dards lr> establishing< values
Margaret Dyel City last week -
opener and
Withheld from Harris
their assessment that this Fullback Mike Thomas. 150. back Brad Carter,and halfbacks In a particular area
i Everybody questioned attri- football team is much better the Yellow Jackets stayedIn is the blocking back lie does Bernard Brown and :'of ala chi Harris under the, luquldatedda-
Brooker 485.2701 buted the large turnout to the the air most of the time because clause of the two
than last year's team which not run the ball much but doesa Henry mages contracts ( ontainer claims In Its 1971
hotly contested police chief'srace. went 37. they were playing catchup good job when he does. The Defensive starters will be and on recommendationof suit that. :
Dewey McKinn/ football. Lake City; a Class : ,\ l*>Morgan: !Supt.\
other halfback, Ronald mlddleguard Gary Melvin "
But just how much better Halley 'I he challenged/ tax assess-
f:: Stork. 964-6930 I'; "They wanted to keep Fuquaas remains to be seen, and St. 4A school now, won 21-6 140, Is the wide receiver and tackles Hobby Dyal;). and Fare- lorn Casey said, were $W/ ) ments are grossly: I In excess (of
chief" was one opinion with Augustine is rated by far the But the St. Augustine frontline pro man In the pro set. He Is Ion McClellan, ends Charles at I.awtey Junior I high $3/io fair market value and are

the person adding that most toughest foe the small and quick Is the strong point of Jac- primarily a pass receiver. Wright and Randy Gasklns, line at Brooker I lementarj 5500 grossly arbitrary. and discriminator -
Joann Futtoll people figured Rosser would Tornadoes will have faced in ket attack. The Inside four the Quarterback backers Joey Branson and\er- at SouUislde I lemcntary., and } In that defendant tax

0 Brook. 485.4513 l run a strong race. Usually 700 this young season.Just guards and Inside linebackers 155, Is tall and likes Brice to Wilson throw non Barber, cornerbacks Bernard $750 at Hampton I.lcmentar: assessor Intentionally assessedplaintiff's
the best ball players on and :'ofalachillenry.
votes will win a second primary are Brown, lands much
I vote In the-city.; how good these Tornadoes the squad, both big and quick. the bomb. He does a good job and safeties Gray Flynn and In each case the contracts a
Linda Wise are nobody yet knows, One SA guard weighs 210, the on the option behind the big SA Wayne Testone. called for $50 per day for each greater percentage ofjustvalueas
:: "One thing about it, it'll bea agricultural lands Uianother
.' however. Just how much of other 165. forewall. day the contractor went past
9645468Court representative election with a chance the Tornadoes have The two offensive tackles of "Quickness will be the keyto Melvin has replaced Bransonat his completion date, Supt Tom agricultural lands In Bradford
I this many voting. They'll have of beating St. Augustine no St. Augustine weigh 220 pounds our defensive middle guard, and Branson Casey said, as he read from County: ;
.y Of the man they want," another body Is saying. each. Coach Mike Sexton game, who is says In has been moved to linebacker school board minutes of 1966 "In particular, defendant tax
voter said Tuesday. he his old position. Center Fare- and 1967. assessor has assessed truck
"We always have chance Defensively the Jackets two charge of the defensive line.
QV watched ,
walking Into the fire stationto a Tornado coach said refusing platoon and use a split-40. But The Tornadoes will be fami- this week defensive School board members were
playing field $80
$ Sank vote. to be more specific. the defensive ends will still liar with SA's spllt-40\ defense tackle well. McCutchena.: questioned by Chairman Rodney! crop an acre,
as $100
Giving up at least 15 to 20 weigh 220 pounds each. One since that Is what they used Hall, who said he doesn't want Improved pasture at per
Account Now lgg.ud "It's going to be close," said pounds per man Tornado linemen defensive tackle weighs 210 and last year before going backto much Improved, coaches say. to lose the suit by default, acre, natural grass; (open)range
has been promoted to a starting -
$60 and
he at
Up f. $20,000 Rosier Tuesday night as have their biggest te.tof the other 190. The strong and their old proven 54.eason this slotGas then asked each board mem- per acre pecan
By watched of ballot grow offensive guard groves at $150 per acre while
the season to date comingat quick inside linebackers are ber if he did. All said no.
kins has been starting at offensive land has been assessed
timber -
Federal Uopodt, almost equally before poll them. The Yellow Jackets smaller 170 and 175 and both "Because we'll be giving up tackle but last week they preferred to answer the pine

lit'! .'.e.. 'C.,.. workers.It are big strong aggressive are 2-year lettermen. The two 15 to 20 pounds per man down was also started at defensiveend. suit. The vote to employ Attorney at $100 per acre
m $) was one time the candi and quick for their size, so*'- outside linebackers are 190 and the line, we'll really have to Shaw was' unanimous. (See 1'n. 6))


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. Buffet Dinner At f Shaw Home Following Game Birthday/ Party B.C. Hop/to// / r- 1 Shrine ClubEntertains

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw entertained and Mrs. Frank X. Friedman, For Cindy Mitchell, Auxiliary Has
at a buffetdtnnerpar Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Supper MeetingThe
ty at' their home following the hedge Jacksonville; Rep. and Gary BrowningCindy At t Kingsley LakeThe
Alabama--'lortda football game Mrs. Gene Brown,Tavares;Mr.
last Saturday. and Mrs. Larry Fender Bradford County Hospital Shrine Club of Starke
The buffet table was covered Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Gary Auxiliary met Monday night enjoyed a covered dish supper
with a beige cutwork cloth and Fred Thomson Browning were entertained for a covered dish supper in last Thursday night at the
centered with burning pink can- Tallahassee. Jointly by their parents, Mr. the Methodist Church Recrea- s Kingsley Lake home of Mr.
dles. An arrangement of yellow and Mrs. J. Frank Mitchell tion Hall, with the president and Mrs. Howell Nasworthy.
and white daisies was used In and Mr. and Mrs Fred BrownIng Miss Lillian Stump presiding. Approximately 42 guests met
the living room.Assisting of Jesup, Ga., on Satur- I I Ift at seven o'clock and were entertained -
In serving were Miss Strickland day evening, honoring their 16th r Members of the auxiliary and .rjM on the large porch
birthdays at the home of Col. their the lake.
guests, Mrs. Vernon E. overlooking
Mrs! F.J. Shaw, Mrs.Charles J.R. Honored A t ShowerIn and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher Jr. on Olin, Mrs. E.H. Prescott Mrs. Charles Dinkins, president of
Wainwright Little, and Misses Mrs. Kathy JacksonvilleMiss East Call St. Connell and Mr. and Mrs. the club, conducted a short busIness -
Darbv. George Pierce, enjoyed a delightful meeting after dinner at
Ellso Johns also hI
Kopelousos and The patio of the Ilatcher home dinner hour. which time plans for the year
assisted In serving.Out Vickie Westmoreland 01 was the scene of the surprise announced.
of town guests IncludedMr. Jacksonville honored Miss hamburger fry. The names of the new mem- were The club will sell candy this
and Mrs. John Kopelousos Lynda Strickland,bride-elect bers were read, Mrs. Ceorge:: Saturday at Food Fair and
and daughter Kathy Mr. and November 20,with a linen shower Orange and green was the Roberts Sr., Mrs. L.S. WHllams. Wtnn-Dlxle. Proceeds will go
Mrs. Jerry Lorant, Mr and on September 14. A color color scheme used in table and Mrs. Lois Bennett. for the support of the Crippled
Mrs. George Uouloukos, Mr. scheme of pink and white was decorations. A large decora- Mr. Pierce presented to the Children's Hospital.
and Mrs. Mike Matsos, and carried out In the decorationsand ted birthday cake with candleswas 5 members the Nursing Scholarship Engagement t
Miss Helen Knn n.. All of Hlrmlnghum refreshments. presentea to me nonorees.. Agreement
Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Twenty-two guests attended, Gifts were also exchanged. they consider four and asked qualifications that- Little Women
Tom Danson Sarasota; Rep. Including the mother of the Assisting in serving were Col. t : Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Brown Hold DanceThe
Bob Hartnett Miami; and Miss bride, Mrs. Clayton Strickland and Mrs. V.J. SpenglerandCol. Ii announce the engagement and To
Jean Inman, Jacksonville; Mr. of Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. Hatcher.SALE I ) I. A Candy Striper. approaching marriage of their Little Women's Club
2. Mother member of Aux- daughter, Carolyn Yvonne, to
-..............................................................--.-- iliary. Donald Marlon Elder son of will sponsor a dance on Friday
------- 8 from 10 till 12
Oct. ,
3. Grades be considered. Mr. and Mrs. E.O. Elder of

1--- : -l Iii----------- LORIDA nsellor.4. Chosen by Guidance Cou- Kingsley The bride-elect Lake. is a 1970 at Admission the Starke$2.UDC. Woman's Club.

EST graduate of Bradford High
Mr. Pierce also discussedthe School and attended North Flo- Notice :
Auxiliary becoming Incor- rida Junior College for one .
I porated, and the leaserentalon
I ANNIVERSARYJ. :: I the television sets. These year.Mr. Elder Is a 1969 graduate The W.T. Weeks Chapter
items will be Wednesday Oct.
O passed on at the of BUS and attended NJFC for UDC, will meet
next executive board meetingand two years. 6, at 3:30: p.m. at the home of
then presented to the mem- The wedding will be an event Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs.
S bership. of November 26, at 7 p.m. at J.W. KIncaid.
i 1 :-- ,. FALL 't1 6, Pamela Jenks Weds Mr. LeJune the Park view Baptist Church
: The members discussed how 3403 N.W. 3rd Street, Gainesville -
: ANAL In Louisiana Church CeremonyMiss attractive the hospitality shop Lauraleen B. Wallace Junior
: 1@J D : was and praised Mrs. Plummerand The couple will resldo4n An College.All .
: : her staff for the good work dalusia Ala., where Mr. Elder friends and relatives of
: '. VEGETABLE r, Pamela Jenks, daughter green with white overskirts, they are doing. will continue his education at the couple are Invited to attend.SALE .
",' ,. PLANTS : of Mr. and Mrs. John Mat- featuring empire waists, scoop
: ; thews Jenks, of Metalrie, La., necklines, and puff sleeves.
i t I TRAY'' i and Michael Joseph LeJeune, They wore white garden hats
AL son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney trimmed with green ribbon str-
1\ h .43 4 : LeJeune, of New Orleans, were eamers, and carried nosegays
married on Saturday July 24, of spring flowers.
at II a.m. In St. Francis Xa-
I Jonelle Yager was flower girl,
vier Church In Metalrie. The 1
and Rex Jenks served as ring
: 22 Years OfS. SAM MARTIN ROBERT BOWEN : ceremony was performed by bearer. 1
Monsignor Henry Bezou, and
: RETAIL STORE MGR. GENERAL MGR. i David Lemaire was soloist. Following the ceremony a reception -
held in Sir Thomas
Given In marriage by her father was
: TERMITE CONTROL We offer a FREE INSPECTION And : the bride wore a gown of and Hall,groom where adorned a miniature the three-bride DAYS

estimate. You can "know" your home is protected at no : etian silk organza lace and trimmed featuring with bishop Ven- tiered The bride wedding is cake.the daughter of -NOW THRU
sleeves and chapel length SAT. OCT. 2
: cost to you. : the former Beatrice Moseley
train falling from the empire
of Starke, and the granddaughter -
bodice. Her chapel length veil
of Mrs. Edith Christiansen,
was held by a band of s
formerly of Starke and now of f t i t
: HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL.We offer regular service : Venetian lace and seed pearls, Wontweim. LA. She is a graduate -

: against embarrassing destructive, disease carrying pests, : yellow and she sweetheart carried a roses bouquet and of University.of SouthEastern' LouisIana -

: a GUARANTEED service and investment that may save : baby's Miss breath.Paula Jenks, twin sister Mr. LeJeune attended LouisIana -
University in !New: Orleans -
: you many times the cost. : of the bride, served as maid of and is now serving In
honor, and the bridesmaidswere
: the U.S. Army.
Jane Stevens
Smithey, Sheryl
The couple Is residing at 132
: SPANISH MOSS CONTROL The "silent killer" of ornamental : and wore Jill Jenks.gowns All of mint attendants Highland Mass. Avenue, Fitchburg, SUPERSIZEDELUXE

: and citrus trees. Spanish moss control is necessary : I

: for maximum yield of nut and fruit bearing trees. :. Buffet Dinner Birthday Party

.. For GJ. McGriffisA / For John Watson/ /III// PLASTICS

: WEED CONTROL Another "first" in our area ... this : t Winkler HomeMr. '
16 gal trash can
: service is particularly advantageous to gasoline storage : Tom Watson, son of Mr. and ( I'. bu, laundry basket
and Mrs. G.J. McGrlff Mrs. John Watson m, was hon- 28 qt swing top wastebasket
industrial sites. :
.bottle storage plants 8 covered bowl set
: plants .. gas pc
Jr. who are moving to Gaines- ored Thursday night, Sept. 23, r 48 qt rd wastebasket
: ville this week, were honoredat when his parents entertainedin 4pc canister set

_i-ORNAMENTAL PEST CONTROL One of our most out : given a dinner by Mr.party and Saturday Mrs. Warren night celebration anniversary of his at third their birthday homeon i

: standing services We offer chinch bug control, plus complete : Street.Winkler at their home on Pratt The Kingsley multi-colored Lake. birthday W } V

: eradication of the problems of the homeowner in trying : The buffet table In the dining cake, decorated with a train ; ,II .p: '
room was covered with a white and holding three lighted candles ... \, ./
S. to cope with the different sprays to be used with each type : linen cloth and centered with a was the center of Interest ,., '
: corn copla filled with fresh in the decorations for
S of plant. fruit and balanced by brass the occasion.
.. candle holders with yellow ta- Among those attending were
pers. Tom's grandparents, Dr. and
FARM PEST CONTROL We are fully equipped to protect your : The 16 guests were seatedat Mrs. 11.11. Adams and Dr. and DAZEY
card tables in the family Mrs. John Watson a of Mac-
: farm buildings, cattle and orchards with efficient and safe : room where arrangements of clenny, and greatgrandmothers AUTOMATIC 3 QT. ELECTRIC

rodent control cattle and orchard spraying service. : fall flowers were used. Mrs. J.H. Moseley, and CAN POPCORN
The hosts presented the cou- Mrs. Carrie Herlong of Saluda, OPENER
ple with a going-away gift as a S.C. POPPER
memento of the occasion. b 5- A great help to Heat proof glass
I ONION RYEGRASS WILD BIRD i ii ,I II I d Mom kitchen.in!the in lid.minutesGENERAL Fresh popcorn

i SETS ..33ILSPECTRACIDE SEED 5 lb. .77 FEED 1 lb. JO : Shower Given Parties GivenAt

:. For Roberts Home Of $586 $322

i Long 201b..1.47Contains :, At Crews Home Mrs. McKnightLt.

I 25% Handle I : A miscellaneous shower was Col. and Mrs. Don Ko-
Rak Long ,, given last week for Miss Terri retz and Mrs. Arlln McKnightwere
: Diazion Controls Handle Roberts, bride-elect at the hosts Wednesday evening, DELUXE AC/DC CASSETTE
.87 Shovel home of Mrs. Lester Crews. Sept. 22, when they entertainedat ELECTRIC
Many Insects The table was covered with a dinner for a few Intimate RECORDER OUTFIT PHONOGRAPH
white lace cloth over yellow friends. AC adaptor for plugging
Including Roaches 1.97 : satin, and the centerpiece con- The McKnight home of East- into house current Automatic 4 speed.changer&shuts, plays olf.5'iot. .
sisted of
an arrangement of wood Drive was the settingfor Deluxe carry case
Qt. Now 6.57 white carnations and mums. the party. .. blank recording
Pt. Now 3.77 : Co-hostess with Mrs. Crews On Friday night Col.and Mrs. cassette Battery $2888
: was Mrs. W.J. Epperson Jr. &earphones.
"? : Koretz and Mrs. McKnight were
: 5 0z. 1.87. Fall Bulbs :: at home to friends from 8 to
i. 4 The cake, decorated with yel- 10 o'clock. The refreshment
A1 ; NOW IN STOCK :p low Icing and white wedding table In the dining room was cs -
1 57Jo OZ. |k bells, was served with punch overlaid with a linen and lace iJ $2681
S 100'% GROTONE MIXED TULIPS : during the evening. cloth, and the large punch bowl
I f. The hostesses' gift to !Miss
placed at one end of the fable -
: 50 lb. 666 $2.37 :. Roberts was a sugar and creamer was balanced by a silver
Many Nursery Specials :: to her chosen china. tray holding an assortment of
: hors d'oeuvres. 4-CUP PROCTOR-
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pft4flJaugmiwMr ; BrunchMr. '. Reunion BALDWIN

Friends and relatives of the
and Mrs.J.R,Wainwright Hew Arrivals
late Owen and Candacv Alvarezare
were hosts last Saturday morn-
Invited to attend the Alvarez
ing when they entertained at Chevrolet-Olds
and Mrs. Hobson Aston Mrs. L.D. Green is visiting Mrs. Nell Tucker will leave an 11 o'clock brunch at their family reunion Sunday
today for Wichita Tails, Texasto Oct. 10, at the Lake Butler
have Just returned from relatives In Mayo this week. home on Clark Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kit- Community Center.
a vacation trip to parts of attend a high school class: Brunch was served buffet
Texas, Mississippi, and Ala- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon reunion and visit relatives for style from a table In the dining chens of Douglas, Wjo. announce A basket dinner will be
bama visiting relatives and and family of Macclenny came several days. room, which was covered witha the birth of a daughter served at 1 p.m.
Kellle Denise ;
sightseeing. Recent guests of Sunday and took Mrs. Gladys white linen cloth, and cen- on Sept 18. Announces
the Astons were Mr and Weldon to Jacksonville for din- Mrs. Olin White, Jr.returned tered with a low arrangement Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Mrs. J.E. McLendon of Col- ner in celebration of her birthday Friday after being confined to of artificial fall flowers. and Mrs. R.F. BryantofStarke.
umbus, Ga. Mrs. Weldon was honored Alachua General Hospital for The hosts were assisted In Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daniel
Thursday night when a group a week, where she underwent serving and entertaining their Alvarez, of Atlanta, Ga., announce Mr. and Mrs. WUIIard Crawford -

of friends gave her a surprise surgery. guests by Mrs. Walnwrlght's Jason the birth of a son, Richard of Starke, entertained ata ALL 1971Chevrolets
sister Mrs. Charles on September 24. cookout last Saturday eveningat
Mrs. Mark Hamilton and party at her home. Darby. Paternal
S. Sgt. and Mrs. John Judd grandparents are Mr.
their home Brownlee Road
children of Tampa spent the Those from out of town attending
and Mrs.Rufus Alvarez
and and Mark of and maternal -
sons, Randy ,
Guests Included Mr. and Mrs.
weekend with Mrs. John An- were Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. U.K. Tyus are Warner Robbins, Ga., formerly grandparents are Mr. Al Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Larry
drews while Mr. Hamilton and Jerry Lorant, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Jimmy Sullivan
of Starke, are visiting his all
their Mr. nd Mrs.
expecting daughterinlaw Devrick.,
Mr. Andrews were at National George Bouloukos, Mr. and
Guard drill at Camp BlandIng. Mrs. Harold Tyus of Hat- mother Mrs. D.A. Judd, and Mrs. Mike Motsos, Mr. and of Bradford Starke. County Jesse Waddell, of Jacksonville,
teras, N.C., who will arrive other relatives before leavingfor Mrs. John Kopelousos,and Miss Hospital announces Miss Barbara Coleman, and
Germany where he will following births
this week for a visit. : David Kirkland
Helen Kontos, all of Birmingham
be stationed for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Doyle

Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strick- Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampa Ala.Following. Picherson, Lake Butler, a Admittances to Bradford
land enjoyed a cruise to the is spending this week with Joe Bakken, Jr. will leave attended the Alabama-Florida group son, Roger Doyle, Jr., Sept. County Hospital during the past o Ids mobiles
Bahama Islands last week. her son-in-law and daughter Saturday for a week's visit football game in Gainesville. 22.Mr. week included: Mrs. Bobble
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawlck. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Royal Reese Jean Griffis, Ed Tenley, Miss
Mrs. H.H.! Adams, Mrs.Clyde Joe Bakken, Sr. In Wahpeton Jones Keystone lIelghts, a Karen Martin, Mrs. Dorothy
Sinclair and Miss Madge Mid- Arch Thomas, Jr. of Fort N.D. The senior Bakkcns will son Timothy Roval. Sent. 25. Leo Harper, Mrs. Winnie H, AlldTrucks
dleton attended evening ser- Lauderdale was here Sundayand celebrate their 50th wedding Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Davis, Mrs. Carrie A. Crews,
I vices at the Riverside Park Monday visiting his par- anniversary on October 3. Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams Harrison, Lake Butler, a Mrs. Gertrude McBride, Mrs.
Methodist Church In Jackson- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Tho- of Starke had as a guests last daughter, Sept. 28. Dorothy L. Reese, Mrs. AgnesI
ville Sunday night Mrs. Mar- mas, Sr., and attending to week Ray lIessy from the Uni- Hanks, Frank Martlre, Mrs.
Ian Conner, president of the business affairs. Mrs. Esma Yonge and niece versity of SC. School of Medicine Lovle Chlldree, Mrs. Frank!
Jacksonville Little Theatre, Mrs. Thelma Dean of Fair- In Charleston. L. Jackson, all of Starke; Mrs.
presented "The Life of Eve," Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde spent field, spent the weekend with Reeda Lewis of Ocala spent Josephine Pearce, Lulu;; Carl
the second portrayal In a serIes Saturday and Sunday In Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell Mrs. Wendell Moody and the weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Lee Hurt St. Cloud; Joseph : ;
of five women of the Old ville with her son and daughter- of Starke. daughter Cindy spent the week- Paul Faulkner and family of Stringer, Jr., Law ley; Mrs living.
'1 estament in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Starke. Katie A. Saxon, Hampton; Miss
Rlcharde. Edward Knight and Robin Mul- Andrews at Klngsley Lake. M.E. Marshall, Keystone
Doug and Hal Seymour and llns of Starke are attending the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Heights; and Wilbur R. Net-
Marlon Harrington spent last Mr. and Mrs. Nell Tucker Unverslty of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Spen- of Starke spent the week- tles, Lake (Geneva. SOLD AT
week In Pinehurst N.C., where attended funeral services for gler and son Gray have movedto end at Crescent Beach as guests
they played golf. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nic
Mr. Tucker's uncle, Capt Les- their mobile home near
lie Beihle, In Clearwater Monday Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Yea- hols.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kopel-
ger spent!<<) Saturday and Sundayin Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moore Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- and Mrs. James McNeelyand ousos and family of Birmingham COST
Lakeland whre they attendeda of Lyons, Ga. were dinner daughter of Lakeland spent
Ensign and Mrs. R.G. Thornton zell of Fern Parkspent Sun- Ala. were weekend guests
Masonic meeting Saturday will leave today for San guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. day with Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Her of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
night. They were accompanied Diego, Calif where they will Dowling Sunday.Mr. Hoi linger. bert Thomas of Starke. J.R. Wainwright and George
home by Mr. and Mrs.Ray Lar- be stationed at the Navy Base Kopelousos.Mr. .
son of Fort Lauderdale, who for three years. The Thorn- and Mrs. Alex Norton Miss Donna Faxon of Gaines- AmiNo
are visiting them for a few days. tons were Wednesday overnight of Westmoreland Trailer Park ville was a recent guest of
have returned home after visit Mrs. Vergie Flynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimer
ot 1 hornton's
guests Mrs. -
and Mrs. W.F. Thom-
ing their children, Mrs. T. and Leigh Ann of
parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Reasonable
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosby Harry Mooty.Mr. McBride of South Norwalk St. Augustine were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Len- son of Tallahassee spent the
of Okeechobee, and Mr. and Conn., Mr. and Mrs.Fred guests of Mrs. Shlmer's par- non of Leesburg were guests weekend here as guests of Mr.Thomson's .
Mrs. Lane Goodson and family and Mrs. Richard Lan- Stark and children of Wayne, ents, Mr. and Mrs. F.S. Smith of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay brother-in-law and
of Lakeland were here last dIs of Jacksonville were week- Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. George of Starke last week. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Offer Refused !
Hamilton While here attended
Thursday to attend funeral ser- end guests of Rev. and Mrs. Norberg and children of Cedar Mr. and Mrs. George Ben- -
vices for the late Ronald M. J.M. Flynn They all attendedthe Grove, N.J., where they attended nett of Orlando were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson the Alabama-Florida
the wedding of their of Merritt Island visited his football game In Gainesville
Crlffis. While here they were Alabama-Florida football guests of Mrs. Bennett's aunt,
granddaughter, Karin Ina Nor- parents, Mr. and Mrs. LII. Saturday afternoon.
guests of Mrs. Hazel Carltonand game in Gainesville Saturday Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson.
other relatives. afternoon. berg. Gibson week.rwj1a7PJAc. .
Mrs. G.J. McGrlff Sr. has
returned from a six weeks vIs- 12 Impalas
it with her son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. PatrickT.
McGrlff and family in Mil

l.- (H! waukee Mr. and, WIs.Mrs. George Pierce 7-Biscayne/

had as their guests for the
IU 1 ; I I weekend Bob Jacobs of Deca-
tur, Ala. They attended the
Alabama-Florida football game 3 Malibu'sWagons

James Hamilton of Atlanta.
Ga. spent Sunday here with his

NEW FOR FALL it? 1) and brother Mrs.and Sherrod sister-in-law HamIlton, Mr. 3 -

Mr. and Mrs. G.J. McGrtff
r i I Ie Jr. and family will leave Saturday

for Gainesville where 8 -Pickups
PANTSUITS they will make their home.They
have recently built a new homeon
C. Newberry: Road at 9330 S.W.
Sr 19th Avenue.Mr. .

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and Mrs. GT Muggins

a ? attended funeral services for .. .
Mrs. Lena Crossgrove In Tam-
Uar0* asst. of 2 pi c vesi and F pa Monday.
tunic pant ''sets.
4"S Bonded Seafarer, bonded acrylics.&bond .
Among those attending the

:+ Comes lilac in d-chav brown seile., navy, black & dw Alabama-I-Gainesville lorlda last football Saturdaywere gamein -Delta 88 4 Doors

i : Mr. and Mrs. Phil Val-'
Available in sues 818I ; lenga, Warren inkier, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mr.
and Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Mr. 2 -Cutlass
\ and Mrs. Fred Barker, Rep Coupes
and Mrs. Gene Shaw, Mr. and
I Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, Mr. and
:Mrs' Charles Sawyer, Mr. and
\ 4j Mrs. Marlon Harrington, Dr. 1-Cutlass 4 Dr.
0 and Mrs. Harry Gruen Mr.and
Mrs. Jimmy Reddish, Mrs. Ag.
I VALUES 1 nee Heath, Mrs. Linda Kay
TO Johns, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Ferguson Sedan
$13.00 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Stlcox Dr. and Mrs. O.L.
Haynes I Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Sey-
LADIES NEW FALL mour, Doug and Hal Seymour,
A.R. :Norman': Rev W.A. Hogan -
PANT COATS Run resistant :Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Come On Out To"BALDWIN99
Francis, Jimmy Crosby, :Miss'
SEAMLESS USE OURCONVENIENT Della Rosenberg, :Mr.' and :Mrs'
Large asst. of pint \ J.W. Ritch, :Mr.' and :Mrs.' It.
coats styles'' In choose many from different new $12 STRETCH '\ i J, Patterson, Jr., Grey Gay,
fall colors/In sizes 8-te. :Mr.' and :Mrs.' Joe Hakken, Mr.
PANTYHOSE and :Mrs' Delbert Casey, Ray
Stone, Edwin Williams, Palmer
NO CHARGE Williams Dale Brown Robert
\ McRae, and :Mr.' and :Mrs' Drew

MEN'S LONG SLEEVE l :Mr.' and Mrs..''eraldMcPherson And Drive Home A'BARGAIN

I TAKE ADVANTAGE OF of Jacksonville have pur-
q / SHIRTS I THIS HANDY SERVICE chased the GJ McGrlff. Jr.
AND REMEMBER. home on St. Clair -St. and wll1mo'e
Long tan, styling with <2 pock THERE'S NO CHARGE'' here the first of the 7a
I ets. 10Oi cotton (acne in r
colorful plaids. Sues S-xL. 1 "U. M. SATnuetral week.
\ & tasnionr
Y $2.99 u es to Cnoos. :Mr.' and Mrs. I l.W. Bitch and
SPECIAL TO from. :Mrs.' Daisy l'erl1'man leave
VALUE :Monday' for dastonla and other

y $3.99 //4 Ai pURCgASESesc points Peroman In :North:will Carolina stop over Mrs.I In We're Looking Forward

Blackshear Ga., where she will
LADIESGIRDLE visit her son-in-law and daughter To Yon
GSS t \!\ :Mr.' and :Mrs.' A.M.:' :Moore.' Serving
1J Enroute home they will stopIn
: E'>iR SALE Atlanta, Ga. for a visit with
\pRE j :Mrs.' Hitch's son-in-law and
NYLON STRETCH daughter, :Mr.' and Mrs. W.C.
.4 Lycra spandex & nylon /fabric :
GIRLS SLACK SET J'') 11 leg genus girdle. Comes <'n white, las Harvey
concealed' garters. Available,' r ,i tee
3/6 (.0 S-M-L-XL Lt, Col. and Mrs. Don Koretz
Pull-on slacks w/ S
elastic waist.' Coordinated ,88 2.44 returned :Monday' to their home
'long sleevestyled IlEG 7/14 I SAVE $ In Oxon Hill, Md. after a ten-
top. Stripes & Btu $3.44 97I day visit with Mrs. Koretz'smother
solids to choose from. Infants & toddlers. 4!7 $1.02REG 2 Mrs. Arlln McKnlght.

I cuu rumL8A1tAlICB AND '3 J I' j $3.99 Miss Beverly Eggers of Jacksonville -
DA spent the weekend here U.S. 301 North Phon 964-]503

with her grandparents, Mr. and STARKE FLORIQA"Sooner
... Mrs. Tullle :%orman. She was ,
accompanied home Sunday by
1 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. or I.ater Your Favorite Dealer"t.

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P STARKE.. FLA. Just look what roc will fill buy at Winn-Dixie.
Your friendly Winn-Dixie Manager has selected these inflafion-fighting' lOc bar.
1 1 OR< N gains for you. Look down the page nutritious' moneysaving; values. "Items you
RAMP want and need already on your shopping list; items for immediate' serving and
pantry stocking.' ;
Qu Reserved hts WED. OCT. 6 Check your friendly Winn-Dixie; ; ; now.
Come get acquainted; with your Manager. He will 'thank you for saving with; him.;

OR SUPIRtRANDSHIRBIT OR Choc. Syrup 3Vi CAN 01. I c Tomato Sauce I CAN 01. '1 OcI


'Uoi. l@c Mushroom S'ce JV40I. IOc
Spaghetti. CAN CAN


SAVE 38c hhMe Black Pepper CANc Muffin Mix SCAN". lOe


2 HALF$1 'r torsGALE. Napkins . 40 CT.PKG... 1OC Tissue . ROLL lOe

Tomato Juice '12 at. 1OC Bars 1OG
Juice 5 CANS': $1

Sticks 2KGS. 89C
Pizza "'::' 89c '

BYRON'S BAR.B-QUE ..... r,
Pork. .- PKG. 1 109

PANRIDISHRIMP j cifta tl +'I' AEiaES) "
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HOW.JOHNSON CHICK.OK SHRIMP' I WEAR-EVER COOKWARE !I Astor Salt 14'01. 1 10 c Cat Food &>12'01'1 10e Bread 3 LOAVES 88-
I BOX . .
Croquet!esV2K0o79e: ;: THIRD WEEK i
Waffles. Sac% : 49 !i COUPON WORTH !I I Hot Sauce BOTTLE 6'' 1 10C Marshmallows SIZE 10C Rolls . ::0'2 "". 49c'

LAM RECHT CHEESECake 10" Covered Fry Pan I
'rICG"7'0' C I .IIIIIIJ/f I 15'01. 3'ai. 6.PK.
Food 10C 1 1I Gelatins I 10 Dunkin Stix
PEPPERIDGE FARM APPLETurnovers I Without Coupon $5.99 I IPhis Dog . CAN PKG. PKGS.
". 59e I E j I
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II with, coupon ,,.,. 4o:. 12 PK
MORTON I I Cat Food, . Co\N' T QC Puddings. PKG. 10C 1 Roils . 2 PKGS: 49c


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Cake '1&01.Size.RILL..NT $109 .

Tray 7; ; 99c WHOLE.


ILJVD Sliced Ham $419 Steak lB.99c Stick Cheese '10 o,. 79c
SAVE S.c f \, CAN PKO.

> ) Pim Cheese .LS.69c Beef LB.99c Biscuits 4 CANS 45C

4 20.PIIS.$1 1 =-'w I ; JJ1 Strip Steaks 10 :;:: $9 98 Cheese Food -: 63C Whole Hams ... ?88C

CMEEB{z0. J cl") "" DASH ((49 01. 87c) ZEST ASSORTED (REG. SIZE! 3/17c) IVORY

REGULAR OR CRINKLE CUT Detergent '-"Ol. 93C Detergent 157.-". $255 Soap . 2 SATE Sill. 49C Soap .. 2 MED IARS 29e

POTATOES. Detergent Y 44'01.-. 93C Cleaner s. $105 Soap. . .241c Soap J; . 2 BARS 33C

o' > .'smn Snow :PKO"' 91 e Cleaner ,. ':;;' 73C Soap..4 BARE 37C Detergent :one i 85C


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Crace United Methodist Sun-
day School 9:45: Worship Ser-
vice 11 a.m. MYF 6:30: pjn.,
Evening services 8 p.m.. Choir
A practice Wednesday 7 p.m..
Prayer meeting 8 p.m.
MVF members attended the
Sub-District meeting at Wesley
Memorial Methodist Church In
Lake City; Monday night of last
iiiiyF week. The following were In attendance .-
Handy Gasklns, Nor
man and Dale Traylor, Cindy
Duck, Walnwright. They were
accompanied by Itev. Don D n>
ton. On Sunday afternoon September
p 26 the, officer attended
F F PE the District Council meeting In
Lake Butler. Hesldos Rev Don
Denton these were Dean, Nor-
Quantity E E
Reserved Rights PRICES GOOD THURS. SEPT. 30 THRU WED. OCT. 6 jaAeeN mn Casklns and, Dale Cindy Traylor Duck. Randy

WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. Church of God: Sunday School
COPYRIGHT 1971 10 a.m., Worship services II
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Family
night Wednesday 7:30: p.m.

Highland Baptist: Sunday
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m.
Cookies as: 1OC Beans '13 01CAN' IOc Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30:
1 p.m. rolloweaoycnoir practice.

Potato Sticks 211 l@e Peas '15 atCAN 10cKRA" I r i PERSONALSMrs. :
CAN Blackeye W.L. Armstrong and
daughter, Mrs. Mac McClellanof
MUELLER ElBOW 1 Lakeland, spent the weekend
with Mrs. Flossie Hosier.Mrs.
Mustard 1OC Macaroni 8 01PKO 10c \ Rosier with'her guests, visited
JAR : their aunt and uncle, Mr and
Mrs. W.O. Rains in Madisonon
\ / I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright
Cut Beets I o 1OC Potatoes I IOe and
is of
CAN \ their vacation son with spent Mrs.purt II.C.
Wainwright last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews
Mot. o'/j and Joy of Clearwater and Mr.
Spinach . CAN 1OG Sweet Peas 1O and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and
son Tommy of Jacksonville
spent Sunday with Mrs. Mamie
MAID DIUCIOUSi Miss Elizabeth Terry has returned -
after a visit with Mrs.
1 1 1 Helen Turk of Decatur Ca.
PINEAPPLETHRIFTY and Mrs. Opal Mullins of
Mableton, Ca.
Mrs. Joyce Futch was vIsit-
MUSHROOM VIOITABII ing llenton Futch and family
last week and attended the funeral -
NOODtl CHICKIN AND RICI Miss Arthurlne Blanc hard,
Miss Enza Ulancard and Mrs.
Ernest Wells _sight-seeing
mlift91der in St. Augustine on Thursday
d. On Friday the two Miss Blan-
ThrittgdI chard's visited Stephen Foster -
Memorial at White Spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Starling :' -
have announced the arrivalof
: '.) \ I a son in Riverside Hospital
on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
81201.CAN: .
Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs.
.SOUR; Lois Carter visited their aunt,
Miss Debbie Phillips, in MolC-
clenny on Sunday.
Mrs. Eldredge Niblack of
4 17'0" $1 A Roos 9"0'" 39C Carrots 2 ", 25C Orange Juice 3 $1 00 JacksonvllI Mr. and Mrs.e spent U.E.Sunday Kcddlsh.with
CANS Chid- PKG . BAGS QUAm Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Pons and
son visited during the week.

Chunks '15/". 35C Wafers PKG41c Potatoes 4 59C Potatoes 10 IBS59c Miami wprn vUltfiur' Miss
c: Waverly LBS day.ArUiurlne Blanchard on Tues-

FRENCHS COUNTRY STYLE MASHED FRESH oj i S. No. I YEllOW VENT VU :Mrs. Robert Whetsel of Denver -

Potatoes Ip r' 63C Prune Plums LB.19c Onions 3 BAG39c: Potatoes 20 IBS99C and brother-in-law Mrs Colorado K.E.:" Lee.and Is visiting sister Mr.her


Pecan Sandies -' 55 Celery 2 STALKS39c Rutabagas lB.12c Pears . lB.29c duate Fort Mrs. Mitchell Jackson from Basic,Urown S.C Training,-Will on Sept-gra-at

ember 30 and after a weekendat
home he will return\ to Fort
Jackson for school.

!Mrs. L.M. McClellan and
/ 1 1I Mrs. W.M. Keddlsh visited Mrs.
Robert McClellan in Starke on
Saturday afternoon and enjoyed
cake and Ice cream with the
family in celebration of the 3rd
birthday of their grandson Jeff.
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellanwere
dinner guests of :Mr. and
Mrs Mule Reddish at the
: State Farm. The dinner was In
e1 honor of Mrs. McClellan for
1 her birthday.
Friends of Mrs. Perry New-
som of Starke, who has been 111
in Bradford County; Hospital
/ i II several days, will be pleasedto
/ Know that she Is recucerat-
log at the home of her son-In
law and daughter, Mr and"Mrs.
4 J.D. Clark.

/ 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. .:.J. Cauley
lave a family dinner on Sunday,
Sept. 19, In honor of their son,
Erny, and Mrs Cauley's father,
Flem Starling In celebrationof
their. birthday anniversaries.
1 Twenty-nine; relatives enjoyed
: JR this occasion.

: Pork Steaks 5 KG: $299 Neckbones .5 BOX LB 88C Turkey Breast LB99c :, CI.houses:.,It I soon Is predicted but will uho be knows that designing cnmput-wheth.


I: Pork Chops LB.19c Sausage . LI 59C Fish Sticks :PKG.99c KL t r a home family that of computers might be ideal for


Sausage . ;PKa.:: : 79C All Meat Wieners LB89c Fish Fillets ll.79c F My Neighbors


j All Meat Franks PKa- 49c Meat Dinners :K:: 99C Fish Fillets lB59C \ \r--

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Detergent' .0 10TTlI" ". 85C Beef 2 MV. 35C Syrup 430 JAR,. 75C Grape Drink I V:; 35C $- \\--\21' \ ]

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Gr. Beans 4 160.CANS. $100 Pudding 2 .As' 35C Sauce . BOTTlI'10'01 73C Juice . 4601 CAN 41 c J\"r\ ,.....r' 1 l

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Corn . 12'01 CAN' 29C Milk . 3 CANS 1301. 59C Pineapple I CAN 35c Tuna Fish CAN 59C "Whodeyou hove f to knowto

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Home 20 Boys r7" ,

Set ForScramble F l lfl t "W"\S\mtG1\ t II

Area Sought ? "


Names of 20 young men, eachof I
BoardThe whom will have an opportunity .
By to become a winner at the
Fifth Annual Calf Scramble to A I
be held October 9, were drawnat "THE WAY IT OUGHT TO BE" :
random Friday by Starke-
the north side of Bradford County Chamber of
an area on I IL :
Bradford County Zoning
Highway 16 East bounded as Commerce President D.F. I
Board received a request Tues
Mizell, Jr.Selected.
follows: on the west by city
day night for rezoning a lot limits line, on the south by FRIDAYSATURDAY A.
Highway 16 East and liked to scramble (for the
on I "
Highway 16, on the east by
the Idea so well they decidedto ten registered and five pure- I
Clay County line and on the :
advertise, on their own Initiative bred calves were: David Orle- ; :
north by a line running' 1,000 Faulkner Jim >
of man Ricky t'
for rezoning a
approximately 1,200 acres for feet north of the Laura Church Johns Donald Jackson, Mike SUNDAY I ':.=:
mobile homes. Road. Emery, Curtis Scott,Danny Anderson :
Mrs. Strickland was told that Michael Mowry, Allen
The Initial request came from 1i 1iA
Mrs. James Earl Strickland, she would not have to adver- Akrldge James Grims, Ricky .A
her Individual lot since
tise bandy
Seize Shuford
In behalf of her ,
the board would seek to re- Mott WhItehead, I
Barry Andy
who asked for rezoning a 115
zone the entire area, as de Baldree Dinners
Dewayne Mosley BillyReid Complete Family
by 600-foot lot from Hill (resIdential -
)to R1C(residential with scribed. Mike Gaskins, Zack Ed- Lynn. Wgt.,. Cystic Fibrosis Poster Child !
The for I
mobile homes). following applications Tues wards and Kevin Meng. Selected
zoning were approved as alternates were: Marlon
John Torode, chairman of the day night: Woodrow Crlffls pro Thornton Ronnie 1 Randy
board, said this particular area
north of Starke from EA I
already had a number of mo- perty(exclusive agricultural ) to MP Joyner Sammy,Hallmark.Frank Pendarvis, and Bradford Poster ChildIs '
bile homes and seemed well
(manufacturing and Industry); FRESH HOT BISCUITS
suited to this type of housing.He Open to boys who are mem-
Mrs. Doris M. Miller, lot on
said that when the county U.S. 301 North from EA to OR bers of the Future Farmers WorksLittle ''HOMEMADE DELICIOUS HOT BAKED BEANS I
was originally zoned, no spe- (open rural); Paul H. Weeing, of America or 4-H Clubs the Therapy TASTY-FRESHLY MADE COLE SLAW
cific H1C, annual Calf Scramble the
area was designated gives
and that with the growing popularity from property EA on to Highway BA (automotive 16 boys selected the chance to wina FLAVORFUL GELATINE DESSERT t
of mobile homes there ). calf and an opportunity to t j;
oriented businesses eight-year-old Lynne Jacksonville which Is under the
was a need for an area where start himself In the cattle bus-
they could be placed without Mrs. Mildred Gllsson was iness. Waters, Bradford County's sponsorship of the Northeast 1 SPECIAL 3-4 :
rezoning. given approval by the Boardof Cystic Fibrosis poster child Florida Branch of the National NO. 1 serves persons $3.45 I
Adjustment to build on an Winners required to show t
Ohter members agreed and are for this year's Breath of Life Cystic Fibrosis Research
undersize ((50 foot) lot on the their calves at the Bradford Foundation.
Campaign, is living proof that
It decided that the board !
would was advertise for rezoning/ north side of Sampson Lake County Fair and agree to carry therapy can help children afflicted Lynne Is required to takea SPECIAL NO. 2 serves 5-7 persons $6.45
since she purchased the lot out a pasture Improvement and with the disease to live "handful" of pills before t .
before county zoning went Into feed production program on his an almost normal life. she eats to help her digest
FirmCont'd effect, and no additional property farm and to keep accurate re- Lynne, the her food. She also takes Come
Timber daughter of Mr. spe- In And See Our New Larger
was available for pur- cords. Two years after win- and Mrs. Harold Waters of cial vitamins and antibiotics
chase on either side. The permission ning his calf, each boy upon Hampton, was first diagnosed regularly. t t :
was given on conditionthat fulfilling his obligations,Is pre- More Menu
with the herititary and Complete :
from some- According to' her parents ,
1)) State
page meets
the property sented with the registration pa- .
times fatal disease when she
Lynne leads an almost normal
of Health regulations as
"The Just value per acre of to septic tanks, etc. pers. was IS months old. Althoughshe life as a third-grader at Hampton t I
such crop lands, Improved posture The board decided, however, gulped down several Jarsof Elementary School Under- We Cater Parties For AU Occas rl& <
baby food at meals, she standing teachers help her with
range grass lands and realtors and others
I pecan groves exceeds the Just to in notify the area who are selling Election. was had frequent slow to colds.gain weight and her medicine every day and Our Catering Menu Includes A U End ire J I
value per acre of pine timber unimproved lake property, thata watch out for her during the
land several times over." minimum of 75 feet Is required Cystic Fibrosis Is characterized school day in case she starts
Container also claims the assessments for waterfront lots sold by abnormalities In the feeling badly.
made by Assessor since zoning went Into effect (Cont'd from i 1)) sweat, saliva, mucus and other Mrs. Waters, who Is campaign I
Long on its land are In violation page endo-exDciine glands which results chairman for
Cystic -
of various assessment statutes Kersey The request for permission of Mrs.to Oracle placea made it more effective.In In the formation of thick, Fibrosis Camoatai In Bradford I \S\\\) 5ftfe Fried Chicken I j jt

of the state and In "violation mobile home on a 125 x winning the Group 4 city sticky mucus In parts of the County this year said II I
of plaintiffs constitutional rightto 200-foot lot on Crlffls Loop council seat, Silcox picked up body where It should be thin. parents of children with the
have Its lands assessed at This leads to clogging of air
138 additional votes over his disease do not want pity for
a uniform and equal rate of was denied since the area Is first primary total of 739 votes. passages which causes Lynne their child but want people to STARKE IS WISHBONE COUNTRY
Section now zoned OR (open rural)), to have to sleep under mist t I t'
taxation provided In 2, requiring a minimum of one Fuqua led Rosser 760 to 627 a understand the disease and to
Article vn of the Constitutionof The board In the first primary. Both men tent at night. support the local campaign, the
the State of Florida." The acre said that for homes.Mrs. Kersey could polled more votes In the second Lynne Is treated regularlyat funds from which will go to HWY. 301 SOUTH-954-9972-STARKE, FLA. 1
firm claims the assessments. the Wolfson Wing of the ;
primary Tuesday, another research to find a cure for _
either apply for a change of -AAlAA A ----
deprive It of Its property with- zoning from OR to PIC, or unique feature In Tuesday's vo Baptist Memorial Hospital In the disease. ::
out due process of law and that ting. ::
purchase additional property to "- - - - - -
Container Is denied equal protection '
Increase her lot size.A Fuqua beat Rosser by only - - - -
of the law In violation
60 votes two with
letter was received from years ago(
of the 14th Amendment of the
Rosser picking votesIn
Mrs. Edna Knepper of Crys- up more
U.S. Constitution.
tal Lake Homesltes requesting the second primary than the
Information as to zoning of chief. ROBBer repeated that ef-
that subdivision where restrictions ford In this run-off election,
Jacksonville: : against mobile homes are cutting Fuqua's margin from '
.e., written Into the deeds. Mrs. 133 In the first primary to 85 e
Knepper said that several mo- votes In the second. +.w
bile homes had been moved The Group 2 city council seat,
Business into the subdivision in recent the mayor's post, and the city PEPStCOLA 'otPo
years. clerk's Job were all up (for reelection /J.'ll'
The board authorized a let- this year. Mayor Carl ''R .
ter to be written to Mrs. Kipper Hurst and Clerk Merrill Ed- CllllfJRt
stating that the board had wards were re-elected without '\\1)
DirectoryAuto opposition in the first primary ''
deed restric- '
no power over 'Ce 111LLIIIJ .
Sept 14. Group 2 Councilman 0, / ,
tions, but would enforce the "/> .f. ,
present RIB zoning (residential Jimmy McRae also reclaimedhis / ", \/I1J ({ "
Sales and Service without mobile homes) if seat Sept. 14 when he polled IJ :' "'tJ''Ii
Informed of violations. The 830 votes to 703 for challenger } p
any As A Of Our
Way Expressing
board said it could do nothing Ewell Lawson. / Appreciation "Rf.\1r\
Parrish Motors about mobile homes placed In The newly elected officialswill :( :
the subdivision before zoning be sworn into office next For Your Faithful Patronage During The Last 2 Years .
regulations went into effect. Tuesday Oct. 5. They will Immediately
be hit with preparingthe
SERVICE 'VOLVO I// .( city's 1971-72 budget which
PARTS totals over $1,000,000 and! still
Ih awaits action, having been delayed -
Always Good'Vied Car '- first by the primary e- SPE.CIAL

V21 L..... St. Ph. 35I-56S4 the lection family and of Council then by Chairman death In A r. #f. Come In And Register

I 10 GAL. SET vJ k For FREE :;
r JKlu Door Prizes To Be

FLORIDATHEATRE $9.98 mxx&: I ; Given Away Sat OcL 2. DO Not "avc TO: Be .

PEAVY Brothers, / I" '" 5 GAL. SET <:' twtfSS\ Present To ttin

Electric Co., "..:nr). New Year\ its the $1.98 DOOR PRIZES

Electric Motors mime thing-w heM screaming
Start on your way to aquarium fun FREE HAMSTER
...wnow I wcrcechlntf..curtainse ...
d 1
Skid Serviced Repalre<
.GeneratorsStaters! Aimatur banging and cats tttamping Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 i with a starter kit that includes tank, 10 GAL. AQUARIUM SET ;

Rewinding.? around!I" Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 filter I pump, book more. 5 GAL. AQUARIUM I I INCLUDED(; IVPLRCII :
4044 Lrnox Jax 387-2323;; : 1 ..

PIANOS 301 OCT. 1,2,3 tr \MS1ERC\GK:



Begins At Sundown e ;.

FRI., SAT. 1CT. 1,2 '.
.4 Comet Goldfish 3 for .29 '
Clint Eastw"'d

't\\r.CHOCOLllr MIXED SWORDTAILS Sm. Fantails 3 for .39


1:45: Its
ORGANS 'A FISTFULL OF DOLLARSAt ;;,. scrumdidilyumpfbusl! BLLE FRONT ,\\I\ZOVS $39.98 '

Roosevelt Mall-388 Ult- Alega Eaters.59 ea.Delta's >.
10:00: QUAKER \R\KEETS, $8.98 -'

WESTERN STOKE -- -.99 ea.
.49 ea, *---------

Western Store THE GOOD THE BAD W CATS t. TO SHOP \ Chirping:: Pete $20.00 EA. ':.':::


Western Clothing' leather- PURSIAN'S $ -------- ALL SHOTS $15.00 EA.
goods. Saddle* and Tralleia. Out At 2 A.M. $30,00 ea

Charles .& Bharoh Petty Many Items Selling Below Cost PURE BRED AFRIENDLY
DOS 8. Edxewftod 384-1210 SUN. SIAMESE
OCT. 3,4 $1598M. CHIHUAHUA'S
PLUS This Thur. Fri Sat
ADM. $1.25 '
Paramount Pictuio paranHA '


Living Furniture,Rom Discount" WOMEN"AND (W fferMatthau STARKE CENTER GIFTA

Dining Room "SADISTIC LOVER"X.Rated Elaine Hoy.fllfewleur
J h '*r---v- LINE
Bedroom No One f 120 COURT I3'T.t; ACROSS FROM
r4a ea-& I Block I from 1-ts I.D.'S Required "UIJ71 .[l OJ-; COKV by MOViCLAB KATHLEEN A HARRY COLLIER. OWNERS SUPPIIESMobile ,

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Be Sure To See Our

E New Six Room Model Home To Be Open

This Weekend In Our New Addition .




BUILT-IN PLAST/ 95 Register For

Don't Forget The Piano '
And Organ Sale To Be
TIns/ Friday And 0
Saturday. Given Away tJ6' '
Saturday Afternoon N11t4! ilj,'J

H j 7*-' ?llI [ *n -H'* At4OOPJVL". ,. _
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8:00 AJM.TO 6:00 P.M.

%? safi it 9 SECOND PRIZE Brand New Spinets


SATISFACTION 6UARANTEFD gBjPVi- ;;; .. SAVE $200.00 On Famous
*v3 tiL i r
THIRD Story & Clark Console Pianos

PRIZE $795 00>
a BankFinaneingAvailabte I CLOSING KEY COVER

gi CL ELECTRIC PRIZE I Play TIle Hartmions Piper Organ With Rhythm/


2 c' Badcoek Fnmitwe Company


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6 FOOTBALLS AlfJ Scho in o

l Ours have the
WHIM "Now" look y.a.aaar.-
KK9UNS HE Mw.w..oraa
SIZE .ra rw.Ie. T"'

4 .;- E
Heei Eodi: Week -:. 'b'-.r.,--.

STARKE VS. AUGUSTINE a..n..wn.w..oa.-.

During Football w In....N.-,

Season -o\tJ.lONl\ >.r

Fill In. th. blank with your gu... and bring to our store
bofor. p.m. Friday pr.c..ding gam},or get registration
blanks at our star. Everybody Eligible a Except Tetefpnyh Employee*
My Guest Is Game Oct. 1 FIRM

During Football S.aion, Stark Builder' Supplies willgive from
6 of thUG Reg. Ila. football each week FREE

Bo ture to fill In this blank or aet blank at our store OCT. 1st I ||'.... PoUoUT I 'r CortlUhilewul I.. Fili I. 'rgld5.I
and have", It In our store by 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 1In = CM| Hull II! $29.93
I caie of f tie, f first 6 with correct score c./nearest ..
correct score will win. a Fill It OutNow CllblC.., 1PIy PLUS F.E.T.

f .I'.
NAME- ---------------

ADDRESS-----------.PHONE-------------- Fluid: !Put BirtFloildi -Coebol- s_TIRES InC)

Starke Builders Last Week's Winners Trot'.....' ..
1st Prize Holiday li.. 412 E. Call St. Phone 964-5800


T STARKE K..lld"'M--,'
It'll take more I, 2nd Prize McDulfSIM

than wisdom- ( JIMMY CROSBY, JR., STARKE ""' I Saving,
I i Boolttj ITime

... Saving
-for -
money more CONTEST RULES Stamp I :r

..., -- Trouble saving.
ua.Uetdc --- ----
his education Each week-end football game write this number In the space 1 u.
will be selected, one In each provided in the entry blank. HUM't Jl.tlt MAl You get ad on this page. Indicate which this will be used as a tie break [ with
/ team you think will win and Inkier ElKtrlc' --
a write the name of the team Ali advertisers and employees ,I.MM...".Tit<*. .M..*.f AXI. ...o..t.....,..... yi ourBank-b Y.Mail
opposite the advertisers name to win. Only Brad- -n.-.!Mt.r.. *W...fc(mt,. IM*
are eligible ...............I... Service. Your nearest mailbox serves as
In entry blank no scores ford County Telegraph employ-
just the winner. eec are not eligible to enter ITnIMR.rani.LL.R I your local "branch" of our bank.
The prizes will be awarded contest THRaOTto..oYAMVTRaausnoeach .

week selected on the basis correctly.of most In Clip out entry and mall or wi-----------.______._.._.__._:...__.__ The Community State Bonk Of StarkeMBMRKR
', ..,. games case of tie, pick a number bring to Bradford County fete '_I KO_______uu.u.__. 'w,............,.......
: which you think will be the graph. All entries must be In teonfuCITT' ._.____..._-._-_...__.._..__.. ACCOUNTS Or rXDKRAI' NOW DKPMHIT INSURED' 'INN KAYO TO rOIlI'C.ftAT'ONlargest $20,00000
number of points our hands by 6 p.m. Friday. ..__...........-_____.___.-._______ PALATKA VS.
scored by any one team and Xmly one entry,please. OCALA FOREST

For Maximum Beauty To control >clo" 'InmcU
Enjoy All The Football Action BILL POWELL ond rod bptrior, .hrtib
With A New ber, should b. oprayod
tho. p.x t S wulu

So you'd better start saving here with RCA COLOR TV is on your side. SPRAY before*ronl. wenferHeirm

safety plus Interest right now or

next and every paydayl s.u.Ioct..n.fN.wCo.. .., He can handle all your Insurance Life" health, SHRUBBERY On oil.I omulilon or. two .proylngo hould'.I .boppllod of..

TV Combination Sou.. from,, Soo portable......! t.foil Coniolo Sports, home car. One man, one plan I ;I Insurance I is much ,.ult. .. now for b tt
AUBURN VS. KENTUCKY cllon,. In color. oo roal youwiN think simpler that way.
,. I
you a thoro. NOW% !

MICID NIW COLOR MOM TV. .. $269 95 NATIONWIDE 4 Bill Powell Our .Mrvicmm.Ieftran.d' .Is rtaclyrv .x-
F LO RI I DA INSURANCE _,f-lORIOA rar', .. you.
.. -:
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I *BflMK AT STARKE FLORIDA STATE VS. V.P.I.I Nitlonwldo'lift Mutual.Intunnco, Iniurtnco CORIMIVNottonwldo Starke Plaza EST

M.mb F.d.rol CompanyNillonwldt 0111101.
Dopotit 'Insurance Co.
Mutual Fire IniunncaCompany
Subsidiary/ o' Florida National Bank of Florida, Inc.WINKLER ELECTRIC, INC. Nom Olllct. Columbut, Ohio Phone 964-6464 aatu.atl1. RT'I;//I\,.*57, ; 1.

234 N. Temple Ave hone ')(ItI.7)'If.! !>( N.C. VS. N.C. STATE MACCLENNY VS. MADISON

BOOTERY See The New 1972

5 l (), r\. SHOES AND Chevrolet And Oldsmobile O.Swlrx. Bodcoclt

ACCESSORIESWin Now On Furniture and Appliance
Display art'IUw h.nwtr.a.tiraRtS{
,Every '
12$ S. Walnut
With: Values From ] This Weeks Specials' I Phone 964-5289


Stan's B ootery i ADMIRAL 17 cu. FT. Owned by Bill Wilson

U.S. 301 North Phoo 964-7500
FLORIDA dcoch 'lPdI'Ud 2/or Rdyld!
I SHOES $7.99 AND $14.99
"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" LAKE
Values to $28.00

Updated fur updated fashions drycleaning call For Your Savings

HURST 4L SERVICE Iech iques. let I lay you bought! a knit
polyotier( pant suit such. lhi.< superb R & KOriKinal And
Jteal'h" Home Loan Needs
Would you trust' it with |lut any kind of
CARL HURST drycleaninn'!! The bet idea a i lu (follow R K'.
advice ,trust it 'to the care of our Sanitone, dry.
1 0.FarI ,". .'.u.wU.nuaul/' / .W"und".ndlh"n"w.vnlhc.d!! + r... See Us Now!
natural fibert and fabric. And we know how to yd
"Steamboat Round Buffet 24 HOUR restore your garment. .* ftafely' 'lo their, fresh, like- GAINESVILLE HIGH VS. FORT MYERS
., :/: new appearance in today'i fashion world ounit i
Fridays and Saturdays 5 10 :: the drycleaning process that. keeps up to daleYou '
p.m. p.m.
.. > 'l Wrecker 1 1Service unlrwtanecperlhke ... ,y f. Tlr.e IIofL'I Of SpringsrR&K.Andyoucaabuslus
:. Luscious Tender Roast Bo.f Carved For \ '. Samlone ''
Your Ploaturo, By Our Chef oS LAUNDRY PICK-UP ---
: Wllll. Simmon. AND DELIVERY
Listen to Greg Bomont at tho Organ %
Two Entrlo assort.d Salad and JI""o."o"\\\ ARKANSAS VS. TCU SAVINGS ..... LOAN ASSOCIATION I
Vogotablos Hot Roll and Butter.
PHONE; 964-6111 NEW METHOD CLEANERS _,...j.. _. _
"We Serve SchUtx On Tap ---
: DUKE VS. STANFORD LS.U. VS. RICE Phon. 964-5704 311 N. Temple Avo.

Together Or Separate. COI.. SANHEKS KKCII'E The Going Thing ... ,1 \ < KSO\ Hours

':: They Do The Job KtntucktJ fried Chicken FOOTBALL 1971 III II.HIM. SI I"I IVi Mon.-Frl. .' 7:30:To SP.M.LEVI'S. ,' ',

*1,11111,1: iis Sot. 7:30: To 4 P.M.

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m P S I'g M.-ll... Lanvliullr $29"KEYSTONE
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2nd Section Vol. 95 No. 10 Sept. 30, 1971 .

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The S_,... Slrauberrlt This Side of Heaven

I I Tornadoes Roll 260Buchholz

A:>:: wx.')

; By Hapless

Outmanned in their first varsity sea- .,.. .. ....,. ... ... ... .., . ....

son the Bobcats of the new Buchholz i'"'()- :.

High School in Gainesville went down ''I.i, : ,

i 26-0 here Friday night to become the .,/. Distance

second victim of the 1971 Bradford High

gridders. ., .
.'" Runners
Syr.n In a game punctuated by mote The Big Red eleven startedIts
than enough miscues to kill second drive from Its own
either team In Florida Star 32 late in the first period and

Conference play, Bradford and scored In seven plays. Running 2nd InPalms
n s sh +l Buchholz exchanged fumbles backs Bernard Brown and
rnr while BIIS's Big lied eleven MalachI Henry and fullback i.

marched steadily toward the Brad Carter worked behind a
goal. The first of four though- BITS line that opened big holes
downs came on a 10 yard run and covered the entire 68yards !
by Malachi Henry with 4.03; on the ground.
art 1>ra remaining In the first period.
Brown made a quclk finish of
BIIS added three more TD'sIn the drive from the Buchholz a .9r. Bradford's cross countn
!1, team Is 4-1 for the
season -
Leaping this pile Wayne Bobcat the second period for a 26- 27 as he went over his left
up T.ston..wasns r' ; a punt early In the gain 0 halftime lead which was also following a second place:.

Friday night. The scrambling Tornado nailed about 15 yards downfield. the final score In the second guard kers ,blocked got the, Bobcat and raced linebac for finish nl Kavtne Gardens, In

half the Tornadoes lost Inter- the second Tornado TD with Palatka Saturda.

est, dawdling away the final 24 10:30: left In the first half. Powerhouse PalaUta:. South
minutes of play, except brief Melvin second extra point try won tIle meet with a low of
ly In the final minutes when a also failed on a bad snap from 29 points IIIIS was second WI tin I
Red Defense long Buchholz pass completionput center. 44 and P.K, locum: third with
Big the Bobcats on the BIIS 57 points. Belles of ,lackson-

11 yard line.Running Quarterback Eddie Hazen ; ville failed to show for the
went to the air once he had t meet.
back Bernard
the 12-0 cushion to work with
added the second Tornado TD Team captain Richard Till
but on the first series he
on a 27 yard spurt with 11:34 com '""' led the 'r'ot nads over the
Does Best Job"We left In the second period. Wide- pleted tight only end one Charles eight yarderto Wright hilly two and half mile course

out Gray Flynn tallied on a 13 who made a great catch ofa with a time of 13:58: and a
yard pass from quarterback third place overall.
ball thrown t
Into the dir t. '
Eddie Hazen with 4.02 left in :. ,
Buchholz unable
was to move tornado Uilnclad borate
were very pleased with tackles and a near flawless player," Sexton says. scored the second his quarter second, TD and Henry the ball through the superior ,- -:-- Burch placed a close fifth overall
the first half performance, and performance. "We do have people who wantto of the Tornado defense. The Tornado with a )11.22 time. :Mark\
night with 1:13
left In
we were pleased with the defense Bushore also had words of play defense. We have good the half Tornado defense. The Torna I Hodges was ninth, al 14.52, Lar-

in the second half," Head praise for safety; Wayne Te- enough pursuit that a break- Gary Melvin added the last does continually operated deep .,.! ry Paterson 13th", Paul Parson -
Tornado David Nurse says of stone, who he termed the most down In our defense doesn't two of four extra point attempts In the Bobcat end of the field. 14th, limmj Colley IOth/ ,
his players 26-0 win over new consistent performer back In necessarily hurt us as muchas to complete the 26-0 white- With just over five minutes '''!' sin" (Cirl IInnslni'cr ITIJi

Buchholz High of Gainesville. the secondary. Testone Inter- It would If four or five washing. It was the second left In the half, Bobcat QB Alan --_.. _.--.c- ,

On their way to victory num- cepted a pass In both gameshe players were'nt In on the t tac straight win for the newly rejuvenated Collins fumbled a snap from Other tornadoes completing Include-

ber 2, which proved an easy has played this season and kle." Tornadoes, but was center and BHS's Vernon Bar- Caught up in the spirit of the game, Tornado mascot Herbertnnsvckle Die rugged course, I Iddle: I I'u-

contest for Bradford High, the against Buchholz saved a touch- Steadiest offensive perfor also the final prepping for the ber recovered at the Buchholz John David Francis is talked out of joining the Buctv qua, .Jimmy Andrews and Mike
Tornadoes rolled up their 26 down with a last ditch tackle. mers In the first two games tough Florida Star Conference 22 yard line. holtBradford fray Friday night. Tackle Bobby Dyal Mc ltae.
points in the first half then let have been center Farelon Mc- of the schedule.
"Wayne Is real aggressive. Clellan Again going to the air, Ha convinces John David to stay back with the players. Ricky Golden of I'alalKa
up. lie has really Improved over and tackles Handy Gas- Tomorrow night the Torna- zen passed to running back Bernard kins and Vernon Barber, Coach does travel to St. Augustine of the top ten distant miners
last Coach
."Everything happondcd In the season; SextonalU's. Brown In the right flat
Uerry Reese'illU's. and in the state, was clocked\ at
> --coasting surely
"I don't-feel have aqy. will and Brown
first half, Coach Ilurse noted we anyone dug out nine yardsto
Touchdowns: yd. EP-; :Melvln l kick 13 flat on his home
cost them the ball game Coach run, : good. course
last I Friday night, but had outstanding defensive ball (See Pag 10)) David Hurse states. the Buchholz 13. On second BUS- 1)) Henry, 10 yd. run; for a first place win.
no words for his team's sec- down the pass went to wideout EP failed 2)) Brown, 27 yd. Score by "
quarters: "I 1 thought It was a vcn
ond half performance. the Gray Flynn In the left Hat. run, KP failed. 3)) Flynn, 13 "
players obviously just weren't Flynn caught the ball at the good run, Coach George lo-
yd. pass from Hazen, E P-MelvIn Bradford- 20 0 0 -2(1( said. \11 of the, lx>s
fired up at all after their first three yard line, got between per
half domination of till! contest. several Bobcat defenders, and kick good. 4) Henry, 4 Buchholz- 000-0( improved a lot."

Middle-guard\ Joey Bransonwas fell Into the endzone. ilynn Mils Satin;; '(day\ BUS. takes on
the lornadoes'leading fumbled as he went down In Clay High, I i Ivc oak' ,. and' I 1'. h.

kier with eight, plus three assists the endzone, but officials ruled 1 oive: here dome. Bradford's
and a fumble recovery. he had the Tornadoes' third Baker Fumbles strongest competition Is e\-

1 For his performance he was ct touchdown. paled from I'M' without the

I named defensive lineman of the >tw This time Hazen got the snap services of their top runnui
! week b>' BIIS coaches Branson Y from center set up and Gary last "Suturda. Starling time Is

graded out 75 per cent, almostin Melvin kicked his first extra HI a.m.
the championship class, on point of the night. Bradford Give Bradford
game ClIms.DeCenslve. led 19-0 with 4:02 left In the

end Charles Wrighthad half. ;\Vi Andt< tit; .;iticnf'r ;

five tackles and recovereda Buchholz's Gilbert Watson

fumble, linebacker Vernon returned the kick off nine yardsto 14-6 WinSparking .w.
Barber had four tackles and the Cat's 24 yard line anon JV

tackle Gary Melvin had three. first down QB Collins again THE: RECCENTER
.V host of Tornadoes had two fumbled the snap. Bradford's
tackles, including tackle Fare- Charles Wright fell on the
Ion McClellan, linebacker loose pigskin and the Torna- quarterback Charlie diving shoe-string catch In Ute :
Wayne Lambus, linebacker: does again had possession. Green passed for one touch- end zone for the other tornado

lachl! Henry, end handy! Gas- Wright the down, while an alert defense score.
night's leading recovered five :Macclcnny\ fum- )Defense, M \)( dC 1MIC III/'VS I III I IJ Ii
kins, tackle Hobby l)>al who ground gainer with 102 was the name of the
yardsIn bles In leading Bradford's Jun- i 11kl i )11'I\ \,, \uisl I
also had a fumble game as the hard hitting Tornado -
recovery, 21 carries, got three and .
ior Varsity; to a 14-6 victory line l\ \II \'s I II I I. U,
and safety; Wayne Testone. six yards before fullback Brad jarred the ball loose
over the Wildcats Thursday from a Wildcat back on I 110) I B \1.1.I 1.1 \fl; 1 C: '
"Over-all Carter hit right guard for two everyset
we had a real good

night defensive! ," says Defensive :7Lh'S; ;;. LYYR7Afr.ClJle.wl..w" _.'r-.___ -Ir._' _.:: ::--r.. ........;11;, .rr.t.J..I.,4.. ......." .,'" .' ...." yards Buchholz and 8 a yard first line.down Carter at the Bradford's of downs I hue In the gave first up half.only HMX.OCK I Ii I ItN. V/
Line Coach Mike Sex 1>\\v-nn: cHadcock
first downs, with two of
more yards the
dIe ton. lie performances points specifically of ends to Three Tornado defenders have Bobcat runners in their grasp. Number 60 Is Buchholz left side, then over Henry' them coming in the \\ IIdcat'soJI. furniture, defending -
league champs, began ilio
.>nlng drive and :32 yards
Wright, tasking, and Brad Joey Branson, who g.t. help from Bernard Brown and I I a third unidentified BHS and took a pitchout from Hazen total offense. season in a winning wai i,.
around his
Carter, tackles McClellan, player on the tackle! Vernon Barber is 73 and Bobby Dyal Is 75. for his right end trouncing Uruw- lite 'i 1 Irailti
Melvin and touchdown of Baker's alone 'J I J") came on / :\
Djal, mlddleguard A60'k ;>03 3 InIcn's League I 'l.ig
h Branson, and linebackers Iambus the game. Melvin again con- .i 'i yard kick-off return bv I football List Wednesday niJ.ht.;
verted and Bradford led 26-0 speedster I'obert' hole Iligh-:
and Barber. The Buchholz contest opened Madcock: drew first blood in
before a packed Bradford High with 1:13: left In the first half. stepping; (Hope .i freshman the early part of the game. "f-
"Our front men did a real Go 30-0 took the ball the UUlc.it!! '
Tigers stadium. Winning the toss and on her' intercepting a pass 'ohri'
good Job; "they all graded out electing to receive, the Tor- STATISTICS 21 and sprinted up the middle Watson passed Harold HIs-

real well, Coach Sexton says. nadoes marched steadily deeper BHS Buchholz of the field for the, score hip who latcrcd In >im Darlington (

Ills defense looked quite a bit Over ChieflandLake Into Bobcat territory. But .First Downs 9 3 ( ', Idle Bradford's backs could and 'lailinKton went into Die

against quicker Baker than County the first the coach game at the Buchholz 33:> QB Eddie ds. Rushing 152 9 pick "ip' 'only 70 yards in 31 attemp'ts end zoneVatson's pass to IIls-
; IIazen and running back Ber- Yds. Passing 41 50 hop was wood for the conversion
says "Our play recognitionand nard Brown mishandled hand- Passes comp! 3-16-1 1-10-1 1] -" ( ,(gainst !lIe wildcat line, and Kadiotk led 7.0; .
< '
rile rireen ahconneitiiu.
"a took the
reaction to
was real good. off and Buchholz's end Stephen Fumbles lost bj 3 3ds. \UUi I I nine minutes remaining

BUS linemen and linebackers Butler Tigers cooled of the night early In the third Benesh covered the loose pig- %' Penalized 60 30 J IH irds on,md II of 23 I 11''./JllssesfOI' in lie first half Hlshlp intercepted -
a lot against Ouchholz's the high-flying Chlefland Indians quarter by climaxing a steady skin, staving off the Tornado Hunts 2-33 6-29 one a pass, latcicd to I" ,n-
bigger line, meaning they I rlday night for an easy Lake Butler drive with a one TD for awhile. Ii,, tile beginning it looked nle Iliomts, and Thomas laced
30-0 Suwannee Valley' Confer- Hudson then 1 is If It was KOIiv! to be 'one 40
crashed the offensive line at yard plunge. pickedup But on Buchholz's first play :Nothing much yards fur a 13-0 lead. I the
happened the
an angle calculated to oe tile ence victory.The two more for the Tiger on from long night for the tornadoes score went to |0-n as \\ IIlson
scrimmage halfback Robby second half
as the Tornadoeswent M"icclcnm t took the, opening
correct angle to catch the ball Indian who rolled over the point after attempt.In Toombs fumbled, returning flat. One team played about I is ran one over from '> yards out
kjck-ofl on their own 37 :and
carrier. Much of the time the Bronson 41-0() last week, just the favor. BIIS tackle David as sloppily as the other 14
marched 43 tardy In H plays
slanted charge will get a line could not move the ball againstthe the final period second Newham recovered at the Buch- the final two quarters. with tint,ec minutes left in the'
down to the Bradford 20. But
man or linebacker\ pasta blocker heavier Tiger line as Lake string quarterback Jon Powell holz 37. Buchholz J half. \\ Ith only thirty seconds
when a straight ahead charge Butler held the Indians to 143 went In for the tiring Green completed a swing on second and h from the 20, showing on tie: clock U.itson
will be blocked. yards total offense and three and connected on a 16 yard Bradford's :MalachI Henrvgotfive pass cher to big tight end Man But lohn McCjtchtn\ recovered the passed to Bishop and Budcock
first play to full back Ronnie and seven yards before late in the game, the Bobcats first of five Wildcat fumbles led at half time 20.
"We used lots of stunts, and downs. 'tack on completion of the nigh ending the Maiclcnny threat.
:. for another TD to add he fumbled and Benesh again recovered itidcock took only two minu-
had some big plays as a result Tailback Hudson Butcher took the
Hcnnj,) was Insurance of a Tiger \1cotl' '. for the Bobcats. The pass on runabout
," Coach Sexton points out. the star of the night scoring Howard's kick attempt failedas ) exchanges of mistakes stopped nine yards deep and made (See Page 10)) 10)) ((5.. Page 10))

lie feels Ute smaller BIIS line points for the Tigers Friday the ball sailed wide of the there, temporarily, but Huch- It to the Bradford 20 yard
men must use their quicker night. Hudson scored on runs mark. holz was unable to move the line before safe Tllan Wayne ---- -- --

reactions and stunt to take what of 43 and 1 yard and on an Lake Buter hosts Cross City;) ball. Danny Thorn punted 32 Teston made a solid tackle to I Coach John Alien girt,

advantage they have over a extra point attempt. Friday night, while the, Chief- yards from his II yard line, stop him. FOOTBALL CONTEST
bigger line .gainst: St. Augustine Lake Butler tight end David land Indians travel to Keystoneto and BBS's Wane Teston returned On first down Buchholz's Gil- instructions to quarterback.
the Tornado line will Campbell Initiated the Tiger take on the KHI1 Indians. five )yards to the Buch- bert turned the Tornado right Charlie Green on a fourth
be giving up 13 to 20 pounds scoring spree as he nailed Indian holz 38. end for eight yards to the 12. down and short yardage
per man, and sometime up to quarterback Edwin PowellIn Just before the close of the Then Buchholz QB Alan Col situation.Macclenny.
40 pounds the end zone for the first two third quarter, quarterback Dale The Bobcats promptly) drewa lins again had trouble getting.
points early In the first quar- Green connected on a six yard 13 yard holding penalty, the snap from center firmly
"With our size we will haveto :\ could not hold on
GUS first down &
be moving and stunting a- ter.Just toss to tight end Dale Camp- giving their 23. Henry a made pay dirt at in hand. He recovered two to the ball as the Wildcats gave 50.00h.
round defensively," says head before then end of the bell for the score. Howards straight miscues and lost three it on fumbles their first a
three carries of 8
In straight
Coach David l kick and the Tigers yards, out to the Tornado 13
Hurie half tailback was good ,
Benny Hudson 5, and 10 yards. Teston pro In the live sets Of downs, setting up EVERY WEEK
The defensive backfield found a hole In the feather- lead 24-0 at the end of the vided the last block necessary process.On both firsthalf Tornadoes scores
played consistent football the weight Indian line and scram quarter. the left fourth down Collins tried by sophomore Ronnie Hall,
nn scoring play over
first two games, says Coach bled 43 yards for the TD. Tak- QB Hazen never to pass but then ran around Hall, listed In the programas See Page 8
guard. got his
right 4-4.
Steve Bushore. Cornerback kle Staten Howard booted the end. Linebacker Vernon -
the ball set up on the tP: a quarterback led the Tornadoes -
Bernard Brown was named defensive point after and Barber came across field
the Tigers went Score by Quarters:
and It failed. Bradfordled running attack
back of the week for Into the try, to make\ the stop at the carryingthe
dressing room at half Lake Butler 2 7 I IS 6 30 11
6-0 with 4.03; left In the ball IS times for 57 yards
the Buchholz for his yard line and end the
game per time with a 9-0 lead. Chlefland 0000-0 late Buch-
formance which Included four Hudson scored Ms second TD first period. holz threat. and one TD. Hall also made a ,

Sept. 30. 1971 TKI.KCRM'M: : '..iic.y. I'1r 1

L '\.

] Team Tops Bokser I, Local Gov'LConference Will

(From Pag 9)) Be Held HereA

Bradford than marched from sting 53 yards In 5 plays with ) I second meeting of tile *,
the big play coming on a 32 newly-formed Conference of firk '
their own 18 to the 49 before ;+ ,
;yard pass from Green to Hall.! Local Governments of seven t
running Out of .team. On fourth On first down from the Mac Northeast Florida counties will

down Bradford punted and the clenny 36. Hall ran off for 4 be held at the Bradford County 4 ,
Wildcats took control of tile yards. Then on second and third ri.Halfback courthouse at 8 p.m. Thursday. 1f
football deep Inside their own down Green's passes bounced Oct. 14.Purpose. '
territory on the 18. off the finger dps of Uonald : of tile new organi i
On first and second down the Loper and HalL On fourth and salon Is to.promote a cooperative -
Wildcats ran against the Tor- six from the 32, Ricky Hall I effort on a unified program -
nado line and were thrown for picked up two yards off tackle which will benefit all seven
loans of I and 6 yards consecutively. but was still two short and counties In the group-
On third down halfback turned the ball over to the Duval. Clnv. Nassau. St. Johns.
Robert Hope took the ball but Wildcats.On r Bradford. Union, and Baker
coughed up tho ball with Early first down Macclenny again Bradford Commissioner 1 ?
Chandler recovering on the'cat fumbled the ball, givingthe Ralph Bryan, who attending
8 yard line. Tornadoes a second chance the organizational meeting at

from the Macclenny 28. Green Orange Park on September 9,
From the 8. Ronnie Hall took then threw passes of 7,6.5, and 'WI .,..... said that one of the goals set '
o. 0 J
the first three calls moving the 4 yards In moving the Tornadoes .-, by the Duval delegates was the
ball down to the 5. On fourth down to the 'Cat 6. location of a veterans hospital

and goal-to-goal from the five. On first and goal from the Ronnie. Hall nabs a nine yard pass from In that,county. Bryan said that

was Green deflected went to off the the air.hands The half of six, Hall rounded left end Charli Gr..n. Hall want on ta b* the hero of the night each of the counties the group +rs.r _
for the score with only 40
a Macclenny defender and Hall seconds remaining on the clock. scoring both Tornado TD. could to benefit obtain by more banding slate together and Managers of the 1971 varsity football team at Bradford High work just o-.'

made a diving catch for the TD. har.d as any football player. I. Earl Keith Carter and Robrt .
On the point after attempt federal funds for Various pro They are ( ,) Biggs, I
extra-point attempt failed Green :jects. | &,.*....un.
and Bradford Jumped out to a passed to terry Hayes .
6-0 lead with 9:07: remaining in and Bradford took a 14-6 lead
the first half.Macclengy. at halftlme.
came right back Ronnie Hall took the second
with freshman running back half kick-off and returned the a a o l .
Hope returning the kick-off 79 ball 31 yards to the mld-deld
yards and tying the score at 6 mark. A clipping penalty how- c1o.ti
all with 56 remaining in the ever moved the ball back to
half. The extra point attempt the Tornado 35. YM
failed as the Tornado line Bradford then marched from ., $o :.1N a e. 0 a a s 0e 0 o a 0 e o iP
stacked up Mike Carter on the h 0 00 00 0 0 a
their own 35 to the Wildcat d d 1C
goal line. 30 with !Hall picking up 33 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o1 0 0 o 0 o I o a o 0 0 0a's0' 0
Following the kick-off. Brad- yards In three carries. On 00 0 00 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 C
ford marched from their own fourth down Green fumbled and e J o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o oo a 0 0 0 TrSa
11 down to the Wildcat 36, cov- Macclenny recovered ending the /

Bradford threatMacclenny
then marched from More e 0 0
es' 0
their own 23 to the Bradford 0 0 0 0 0
16 In 7 plays. The big ground- }
Defense gainer of the series came on
a 33 yard end sweep by Mike 0
Carter. 000 0 0
Fate once again repeated Itself / 000
and Macclenny fumbled the / 0 0 00 00

ball away with Loper recover- /

(From Page 9n) ing his second fumble of the
Nelghter team could sustain WOMENS' ,
a drive In the final period of the VALUES FOR THE HOME FASHIOW.SANDALS
Most Improved player offensively game. Green attempted several

Is guard David Mc- bombs, but all bounced off the A'M.; t55In.ISMlO.lat, _
Cutchen who the offensive finger tips of the would-be re- 45-Pc. Aluminum Kitchen' Ladies'Vinyl ladies
coach Is
"coming right
says ceivers. ', lm,nl ; '
along." Although small Me The win was Bradford's first Plastic Dish Sets Assortment r Blouses Dusters h4vv

Cutchen also backs up Bran- of the year following an opening S.rvlofor8. Ploltor, 1'4' Qt. Whittling Kettle. OFF /< PERMANENT PRESS Aborted style and
son at middle guard. McCutchen' 18-6 upset at the hands of>East- v.q.robl.bowlsugar 1 Ot. Souce Pan, Cake = Sl..r.lus, Popular styls lobes, $hen 34 40, t
improvement strengthens bowl w/lid& croomor. Pan or 3 Pt. Range Set.
side. Tonight the JV travels to y Slz.' you SAVE 41% YOU SAYE
the guard position, adding .. YOU SAVE LOO YOU SAVE UP 10 l6X 3338.b 34,
a fourth man to replace Orange Park. _
Dennis Crawford who will be STATISTICS r var. 1
out several more games with a '& STRAW Cyr
les ,
torn ligaments In his knee. Baker Bradford ( _. rl'
Senior end Charles Wright First downs 4 11 Ir HANDBAGS d '
has Improved "quite a bit" Rushing yd. 43yds 70 yds
Passing yd 9 yds 116 yds rc Thick 100 cotton. Colon. S, M, I Regular 2,96
over his play last season, up % /
'folds 64. v You Savt 1.00
covorod maty to koop clean up. Rogular 196Rogulor
Coach Reese says Wright won Pass comp!. 1-3-0 11-23-0 You Sivo 47% 350 1 LADIES TERRY ROBES ..............,......................
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Crawford's. Injury.! He received CHAIR SEAT & BACK RENEW KITS !.'.:'. ; 2/288
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Lambus .to become more aggressive a Wldeout 4.0 yard Gray average.Flynn/ received BOOK RACKS ......................YtuS.ivil.43'....... : '... 143TlER Yt.'h.a.. (item* vrol mad**.. Blouses Bathing Suits Y

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Flynn, 2 '
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Branson has Improved at tho caught three passes for 36 OFF YI
middle guard position and is yards. For the two games 4 Plac. Matt, 4 matching, C_.,..*. R.gula,99. "" Val. ( t
more aggressive. Branson Flynn has seven receptions for 4 8 r to
played some linebacker against 97 yards a 13.8 yard per catch 8-PC. STRAW TABLE SETS ...............V.M.i..8.2?:: .I .. t'-. 2.96
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RumIng back MalachI Henry nado squad, however that most LETTUCE CRISPERS ........................Yy"5o4330Keap :: .., .' 1
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has been the work horse of the pleases Coach Sexton. >A <>rt '. ill. ''

back field so far.Against Buch "We have people that care- % *. Kill bug. Initantly. U.. indoor or out. R.gula,3.88 _

109 holz yards he carried, a 4.7 yard 23 times average.for whether they they play win or or not.lose whether Vr ELECTRONIC BUG KILLERS ................!;.S!: ... 186 % Mell's Famous"Huskie" Women's

For that Henry collected back "People like 100.. Yauaye87t Brand Shoes
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time s for 52 yards against McClellan was a defensive EAGLE FANS {94I
Buchholz a 13 yard end and Melvin Bo Ammonia Mak.. all .. .,.....
average. a linebacker. Peep .hl..1 / Sag31'G Oi"leo of Make and airs i .,
Fullback Brad Carter carried Both have been switched to defensive QUART new sparkling ""quld cl.on.r mob. :; .U
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yard average. the change. for glass ch ..t o b.ooioi vcr;.... 1/3 Selection, of' popular style & colors. Sues 8''* to 3. R.gulo 1.99

Three Tornado backs have entire"This team.Is the They attitude accept of the .OFF BOYS' DRESS SHOES ........................... .o.u.sa a3s:...127
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by Ronnie Thomas. Rae's Mauraders 9 p.m. Mad- .. .Y"'fiE] 2Rint-S4">12".wnlif1 990 24(IJ, t: n. "..
Draw-Tito avoided a shut out cock vs. Kitchen's. Q JJ

when Larry Hanley passed to PASS !. S -12"s12".was.3slt_ 1.66 ( ; OFF ...
Charlie Howell to trail 38-6. PUNT ,

Badcock added three more KICK CONTESTThe ,1U S ft. "".rI... tod 4311 ...1! R.gula.3.96 .HUO s.1..100... R.gulr I 2 39

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McRAE'S MAURADERS 13Kitchen's the Middle School. BALLS .......................You...Sivt....41..%.. 440 2 0% BOYS' COTTON BRIEFS A'.V.;:! ol6............,...X1.190!;;! :
Tile Boys 8-13 old who have
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Rao's Mauraders 37-13. do so through Friday, October ...................... .. .
Long .1. .. ....
The first half ended In a I 1. at tile Pratt St, Center. I I cola.. A '.d R.gulor 1 I 1.31
6-8 tie. Kitchen's first half Beautiful trophies will be gi. Regulation itylo.RAWLINGS You Regular 1.00 Ml IRRAMWPICTURES.BOYS' SWEAT SHIRTS ......;.M.dwm.......ooh' :.......Y.u......saral3.....:... 770
yen to the top three finishers BASEBALLS ........................Sivt........ 660 Nylons ba..r.' I

score came on a Billy Blote In each age group. The first Sure grip hand I..Chrome plated ,ho" R.gula,3.66 .Chan. ben. ..t......al ,rasa BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS. .s.ne.i'I.L.! ........SWyj5.... 144V
pus to Willie Criggs. The place winners will then b* eligible JOO sryl. orxl ,1." of iubjoclt. <
Mauraders tied the score to compete in th* next GOLF PUTTERS ............................You,.Saw 2.;(( 1 OvtitondlBg! hiyt, "
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Mike McKae. seta not known at this. tfm*. ANTISEPTIC umrt2s
The second half belonged to HILDREN'S FOLDING CHAIRS ............YwlaaLOO: !: ;! 970 a. (. F

poin Kitchen's-. on passed the Tile board.as to Steve they put Tho-31 If,tt what warm.would e for e tin Spiro leaders Agway -' DICHU POOL CHLDRI!.9sas: ablll.d' J.Y:.i:!;:ri:!:.oi 788 s < ;., ;J.; ,''' < lutll I miD SPlAY DEODORANT a; 110

..a touchdown Willie of thf ttUvition industry. / have' SArtSIACTlON
.?*_ tirow four touchdown to aft about while presenting GVCR GUARANTEED '
passes two to Steve Thomar on* another with award 01 faUlt
and one each to Larry Mercer I3Z
and Tommy, Btackshear. Johnny A political: scientist suggests MaNn
Powell made the only! conversion that we go back: to only 1) 5TOKES 'AUI 1 0
a pas from Criggs. states. But would that be fair I j
'The losers only score came to the** of the present M that
Invent bad their centennial: QUANTITY RIGNTS ROsaiv00171 '
ana Smith pas to Billy McKas celebrations yet?

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H A ------- -- -- -- LEGALS
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Bjr Karen Suptlgr In The Circuit Court of Florida flclal Record Book 5, page 343 rosse, 2053 Glencoe Way, 1101- seal of said Court on 2nd Sept. County; Mosquito Control In
Eighth Judicial CircuitIn of the Public Records of Brad- lywood, California 1971. sanitary landfill operations.

And For Bradford County ford County, Florida; and less YOU ARE HEREBY notified Gilbert S. BrownAs Specifications may be secured
that particular parcel of real action for dissolution of from the Clerk of The CIr
selection Florida that an Clerk of Said Court
of a new VicePresident. Case No.- property conveyed by Fred A, marriage has been filed againstyou By: Beulah M. Moody cult! Court, Bradford Coun-y)

Transfer of students to DivisionPeggy llaertle and Arlene lIaertle,his and you are required to As Deputy I Clerk Courthouse, Starke, Florida

other area schools took the Ellen Payne, Individually wife, to E.L. Tucker by Warranty serve a copy of your written 9/9 41 9/30 9/1C 3t 9/30

former V.P., Mrs. Kaley. E- and as Executrix of the Estate Deed dated July 19, 1965. defenses, If any, to It on Klzle

lected to the seat In her stead of Pearl Payne llaertle, and recorded July 26, 1965! In S. Sanders, Attorney for Petitioner In The Court of The County ,NOTICEELECTION

was Edward Smith. deceased. Plaintiff -vs- Official Record! Book 51, page whose address is 138 Judge Bradford County, Florida
t !: OF' (2))
Two Supervisors
Next to follow was the intro- Charles Cohen et al.. Defen 205 of the Public Records of West Call Street, Starke, Flo- In Probate.In : -
duction of faculty to the 25 dants. Bradford County, Florida, this rida, and file the original with re: Estate of THOMAS 1', for terms of four

or so parents present. In order NOTICE OF SUIT property all lying and being the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt LONG Deceased.TO (4)) years each for BRADFORD
of their in Bradford County before October II Soil and Water Conservation
presentation, they Florida. on or ,
are as follows: L.B. Register- You, and each of you, are 1971; otherwise a Judgment may Districts.
the Defendants CLAIMS OR
Principal, Mrs. Dee Canova- : notified that a suit to quiet be entered against you for the October 12, 1971
Cohen and-Cohen,his wife DEMANDS AGAINST:; SAID ESTATE :
; Pursuant to the Soil and
Kindergarten, Mrs. Sherra title to the above-described relief demanded in the Petition
Balr- 1st grade Mrs. Kathryn William Curry and Euphenla property has been filed against for Dissolution of Marriage.WITII..ES. : Water Conservation, Chapter
Curry his wife; Sigmund Ros- .. You and each of you are here
Wiggleiworth- grade Mrs. you and you are required to .. my hand and the 582. Florida Statutes of
Ernestine Denmark3rdgrade, enhelm and Rosenheim serve a copy of your answerto seal of said Court on this 1st by notified and required to pre- 1949 and Chapter 28094! of

Mrs. Lynn Goldman-grade his wife; Michael Wade and the Complaint on the Plaintiffs day of September, 1971. sent any claims and demands 1953, and an amended 1965,

Mrs. Ernestine Register- Wade, his wife; WH. attorney, James E. Clay- Gilbert S, Brown, Clerk which you'? or either of you, notice Is hereby "given, of an

HAMPTON GIRL FLIPS- vllle Saturday after their truck grade, Mrs. Earselene Zim Wright and Zeall- Wright his ton, of Clayton, Duncan, John- Ky: Beulah M. Moody may have against the estate of election to be held on October
wife J.B. J.C. Bols- LONG Bradford
EMERGES UNHARMED collided with another vehicle. merman6th grade, Mrs. Jean ; ston, Clayton, Qulncey, Ireland Deputy Clerk THOMAS T. 12, 1971 for the election of:
ter J.T Kings. Sr. and Mary of said Cnnnrv
deceased, late
Margie McClellan, 24. of Mr. and Mrs. Melton were ClarkSpecial Education, Mrs. I. the directors & Felder, Post Office Box 1090, SEAL Two ((2) Supervisors for termsof
King, as surviving to the County Judge of Bradford
Arlene RichSpecial Reading Gainesville, Florida 32601 9/9 "!chg 920In four ((4)years each.
Hampton, escaped Injury when heading home from McIntosh and trustees of the and County Florida, at his office In
she lost control of her vehicle where they had been visiting Mrs. Martha SmithLibrarian, Brooklyn Land Company a dissolved file the original In Die office the court house of said Count POLLING: PLACEs): Farmers
and and had and Mrs. Lucy HodgesRe- of the Clerk of uic Circuit Court
flipped over last Thurs- their daughter taken corporation: J.D. at Marke, Florida., within six Mutual Exchange, Fairgrounds,
day.The her a load of furniture. They ceptionist. Thompson and Louisa 'rhompson on or before October 14, 1971, calendar months from the time Starke, Florida, J.I., MatersGrocery.

accident occured around had Just turned off of U.S. 301 There are two teachers new his wife; I.N. Cable and otherwise the allegations of the of the first publication of this Lawtey, I'lorlda, N';.
4:50 p.m.. as Mrs. McClellanwas onto S.R. 234. The other vehicle to the school this year: Emma Cable, his wife; J.S. Complaint will be taken as confessed The Circuit Court Of.The. notice. Each claim or demand G. llajcs Jr. Grocer, "rook-
Judicial Circuit of Florida
from Sun land hit them the Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth, Eighth Florida.
returning on pas- cr
Griner and I.M. Griner his In and shall
shall be writing,
Training Center where she Is senger side. The accident oc- whose husband, Lester, Jr. is wife; J.H. Lawrence and J. This notice shall be In And For Bradford County. state the place of residence and Polling( Places) will be open
employed as a cottage parent. cured between 3:30: and 3:45 a contractor, Is a graduate of Belle Lawrence his wife E. publishedonce Case # 1179. between the hours of Him:
Stetson University In Deland. ; each week for four con- In Re: The Marriage of GeraldL. post office address of the cla-
Mrs. McClellan 5:00
was heading p.m.Mr. A. Smith and Desta II. Smith, secutive weeks in the Bradford and imant, and shall be sworn to by a.m. and : p.m.
Husband EdnaD
Mrs. Wigglesworth Is ,
north of U.S. 301 and taking a Melton was hospitalizedand a new- Ml qualified electors residing
his wife Jessie T. Stewart
; County the claimant, his agent, his attorney
right turn onto S.R. 221, when Is now in serious con- lywed of last July. This Is her Telegraph. Sheppard Croft, Wife. within the District shall be
a widow and heir at law claim
only DATED this 31st day of August NOTICE; OF SUIT and any such or '
her left front wheel caught Ina dition with a punctured lung first year of teaching. She ma- in this election.A .
of H.J. Stewart deceased If eligible to vote
; 1971.Circuit demand not so filed shall be
TO Gerald I.. Croff P.O. Box
In ,
dip on the shoulder of the caused from one of two broken jored elementary education alive if dead to his her : qualified elector as definedIn
or or ( Court Seal) void.
road. The sudden Jerking caused ribs. He is expected to be and Is now teaching the second 666, Youngstown, Florida Soil Conservation
unknown heirs devisees legatees J the Florida
Clerk Circuit Court /Myrwin LongAs
1011 AHE HEREBY notified
her to lose control, making the in the Intensive Care Unit for grade. She has replaced Mrs.
grantees, and all other Net Includes any person qualified -
or Bradford Florida of the Last Will and Testament -
car swerve to the left into the at least the next five days. Cupltt recently moved to Geor persons or parties claiming County, that an action for dissolutionof to vote in general elec-
of executrix.
By Beulah M. Moody marriage has been filed agaInst -
island. Momentum and Mrs. Melton both
carried her Mr.
gia.Mrs. by through, under or against Thomas T. Long, deceased tions under the Constitution and
back onto the pavement and had multiple bruises and la- Arlene Rich, together them; And to: All parties or Deputy Clerk you and you are required Statutes of this state who is
over to the right shoulder. A cerations. Mrs. Melton was with her husband Roger, a retired 9/9 '4t 9/30 to serve a copy of your also landowner in the herein
persons having or claiming any First publication Sept. 23, 1971 a
written defenses, if to It
precautionary traffic sign treated and released, sustain- Postmaster, are Just arrived right, title or Interest In and any named l District.
brought Mrs. McClellan to a ing a deep cut on her head as from New Hampshire. on Eugene F. Shaw, Attorneyfor
to the
described 9/23
property as 4 tp 10-14 Hobart N, Morris, Coordinator
halt. The Mrs. Rich! Is a highly qualified Wife, whose address is
the -
car skidding sidewayshad only injury requiring treat- follows: In The Circuit Court of Florida Conservation
hit the sign Just behind ment. teacher with 29 years of PARCEL I Eighth Judicial Circuit, 142 West Call Street, Starke, Soil H Water

the junction of front and rear Two couples were In the other practice behind her, plus a- To reach the starting point In And] For Bradford County. Florida, and file the origlanl CALL 1 I-OR BIDS cc: Chairman
doors. Impact caused the vehicle nother 5 years as a special with the Clerk of the above- Sealed bid proposals will
vehicle ; non was hospital- commence at the S.E. corner Civil Action. Case #-. Secretary
to flip over. ized, as injuries consisted of reading teacher. She acquiredher of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 In Re: The Marriage of Linda styled Court on or before Sep- received Commissioners by the Hoard of Bradford of County District Conservationists

The driver managed to climb minor cuts and bruises.No many years of experience'In of Section 13, Township 8 South, "Ann Barrossc, Wife And Ronald tember 30. 1971; otherwise a A File
Florida until 10:00 ,
be entered a- County, :
safely out of the vehicle sustaining charges have as yet been Hanover and Lyme New 22 East Bradford County Raymond Harrossc Husband Judgment may Area Conservationists
M. October 4 1971 for furnishing
Hampshire.The .. gainst you for the relief demanded on -
no against either driver NOTICE OF SUIT
Florida West 330 feet
run ; One Crawler Tractorto
Officer Glen Moore, of the pending further investigation. school Is very fortunate thence run North 612 feet to To: Ronald Raymond Bar- In the Petition.WITNESS Bradford 9/23 2 tp 9/30
: hand and the be used by the
to enlist the : my
Starko Police professional aid
Mr. and
Department, arrived Mrs. Melton have a point which is the starting
on the scene first after been visited by all members of of such tine and qualified per- point thence continue North 388

being called by a passerby their family. Their son Leo- sonnel. Parents and students feet; ;thence run West 312 feet

Officer Moore In turn sum- nard came up from HomesteadAir alike should make every effort ((269' plus 43'), thence run South

moned the Highway Patrol. Force Base, daughters, O- to cordially welcome themto 08 degrees 43' East to an Iron
Trooper S.P. Burnett ans- dessa McConaghy and Joyce the school and community. pipe located In Silver Lake

wered the/ call and continued Kazan, of McIntosh and St. Augustine The next matter to come to a 142.1 feet more or less dis-

with the Investigation. Mrs. Mc- and Mr. and Mrs Glen vote was the question of obtaining tant from the N.E. corner of STARKE'SLOWEST

Clellan was charged with failure Thomas and Clarence and Juan- repairs, new material Lot 7, Block "C". of Mt. Plea-
to have her vehicle under Ita Melton of Hampton. Of any), and/or a pump repairman sant subdivision (plat thereof

control. The estimate damageto for the fish pond Just being recorded In Plat Book
her vehicle ranged $500. PTA MEETING Inside the building. Of late,
2, page 45, Bradford County
Tuesday, the 21st markedthe since the pump has been work- Public Records); thence from FOOD

CAR AND TRUCK COLLIDEONE first PTA meeting of the Ing so poorly the fish have the Iron pipe run 263 feet ((220' 1

INJURED: SERIOUSLY year. Bringing! the meeting to been dying for lack of oxygen. plus 43') East to the point FOOD FAIR PRICES !
Lonnie L, Melton and Ms order, the President Vernon The vote was unanimous to get of ouAU'r

wife, Norma were taken to Parmenter, chose the first Item i- It fixed.A beginning.PARCEL II 320 S. WALNUT
the Medical Center In Gaines- on the agenda to be the membership drive was also Starting at NE corner of NE SUPERMARKETS ST
brought to the attention of the
1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 13,
:::::::::: :::::: ::::::::::;::::::::.::.::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::.::::: parents present. There was not Township 8 South, Range 22 U.S. CHOICE
::::*:;:::-:::-:;*:; ::*::::*:::;:*::*::*::;:*:*::'::::::::::::%::::::: :::::;:;::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::;:::;:::::::::::;:::::: : ;::::::::::::::::::::::: enough active members in the
East, of Bradford County, Flo- 1
PTA and all parents are encouraged -
rida, run West along the quar-
to Fee is !
GAINESVILLEBusiness attend. SOl
ter section line between the
for each adult. Fathers, as wellas COMPARE ;," .
SW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 of said I CENTER CUTSIRLOIN FRESH
mothers are asked to Join
your membership Is ;needed. thence section South 330 feet parallel to a to point the; Rice-A'Roni "'.' 1..:,,.. 3/Sl/ : I
Mrs. Ernestine Register Is In
DirectoryAUTO East line of said quarter sec- Chinatown Rice "t 39c
charge of the drive and Is I
plan- tion 320 feet to a point whichIs OR BONELESS FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAKS : FRYERS
ning to create an Incentive for 39 i
the point of beginning; thence Long Crain Rice a.-- ,:.". : '
to Please
more parents Join.
South 1000 feet thence .
continue ; Instant Shave"M, ; 39c I I FIORIPA GUilE ''A' FRISK
SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES don't disappoint her, or your run East 10 feet; thence run Colgate I

child. North 482 feet thence run North ... 9c :
; Pantry Pride Salt I .nlrr
Election of Chairman and CoChairman
BRASINGTONCADILLAC 38 degrees 36 minutes 38 sec- .It'
.. .
for the up-coming onds East a distance of 179 Cake Mixes ) ,.....",.,MU"., 29395c< I 1.19 I 20cToaster
Johnson& Paris Inc. I ,-,_
OLDSMOBILE annual school carnival was held feet; thence run North 50 degrees "' i :OMOM! ;; \ 1 WHOLE
SALES &: SERVICE and chosen for the respective 4 minutes 4 seconds Easta Pastries ::sv.au / : liana I 2 PER BAG
SEEDS PLANTS positions were Mrs. Anne
distance of 271.84 feet to
Fine Selection of Used Can Smith and Alice Faye Waters.
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS the East line of the SW 1/4
Taken On Cadillac Trades A meeting to decide the of said Section 13; thence run

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S30I course of action to be takento North along said quarter sec- w rot as .,r ..aR
put together the carnivalwas tion line 200 feet I; thence run
We Rent Fertilizer Spreader held last Monday at 9
West 330 feet back to point of
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 a.m. Help from any and all beginning.The :

will be greatly appreciated. If above described two parcels :

GLASS you are Interested In volun- of land are also describedas _ ;
teering your services, you may including all of that part of /
4 wheel drive and oars call either of these numbers: the Northeast Quarter ( 'EI4)ot ) ;

Sale, Part, Service Mrs. Anne Smith 4681809or the Southwest Quarter (SW- _

Clean Vied Toyota LIDDELL 1/4)) of Section Thirteen (03),
> '
1700 N. Main 378-1266 Mrs. Waters 468-1168. Township Eight (South) Range COMPARE i:: ,: I Pantry I REGULAR OR BUTTIRMILK
I Glass Donations of canned goods, Twen -two ((22)) East, !lying' between SEALED IN 'UOFILM /

Beauty Academy Company odds and ends, etc. for the Silver Lake on the West, Del Monte Corn 'ssrfBtx1:::: :: : : : 4/l/ Pride FOR MISNNISSICOFFEE' 11V Ib
country store are also need- Giant
and Bolt Lake on the East, 2 .
POWELL'S ."GlaM For Every Purpo e" ed. If you can donate anythingat and South of a line 320 feet Green Giant Corn 'jss.r.si'ss': :: 4/l/ I

Store Fronts-Mirrors all, or need Information as South of the North line of the
Beauty Academy Tub Enclosure&-Showers to what Is needed, you may Northeast Quarter (NEI/4)) of American Beauty Hominy ;:: 2/25/ BREAD

Furniture" Tops Glass Re also call one of the above num- the Southwest Quarter (SWI/4)), Cut Green Beans ssrs: 4/l/

Learn a Profession In Your placed bers. less that particular parcel of I I

Spare Time. Fur or Part Time NEW LOCATION real property conveyed by EarlA Rosedale Limas 'II'"CA.' 61$11/ LB C IZ!. .
LOVE AND MARRIAGE: Haertle and Pearl llaertle. Titian 59 1
219 N.W. 10th 378-27M (
1228 So. Main Gainesville Kenneth Jerry Brown, 20, and his wife, to Joseph S. Dourer lor O.'''M'.ctI. 3/89/ BAG I.! / 1 eo IlSi 29

ELECTRIC :MOTORS Theresa Mobley, 16 of Law- and Rosemary B. Dourer his Pork & Beans ';:;. '.c'::: 2231I/ ; zoo
372-8191 ; 372-1102 toy, tied the knot Wednesday, wife, by Warranty Seed I
the 29th, In the Bradford County -
ELECTRIC Courthouse.The dated June 19, 1959, and recorded tmroAY iow M/CIH/ IVHYDAY tow mat i rvcirojr wir-w/cf 11 IVHYDAYLOW man MKYDAY townic
MEN'S WEAR June 30, 1959, in Of-
Motor Repair Co.Of wedding took place at
4 p.m. with parents and families ar IM ru
Gainesville, :me. I of bride and bridegroom NORTHERN Alt PANTRY VIOf MIM TABLE SOUTHHM BIUI

Repairing Rewinding I STAG 'N DRAG attending.The BATHROOM a a
New and Used happy couple will be 1 4
Griffon Suite honeymooning In "places un- TISSUE wrtr1e 1
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8.113 known" but will return to Hampton -
Arrow Shlrtn-Florahelm Shoe

MOVERS .. Formal Ladles Sportswear Rentals Kenneth's to take parents.up residence with I 4 >>AK OUt 3/l 79. 599

Lone D..>>lance Moving 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand TWO'S COMPANY:
Storage) Packing GAINESVILLE MALL Pat and Peggy Crawford both CAKE {FRENCH I U.S. NO. 1 SWEET LUSCIOUS ., .
turned 10
years old Sept. 23
Crating<< Shipping<< but waited until Saturday to I DONUTS I Ems I JUMBO .;')
Free Estimates, Call MUSICBALDWIN celebrate their birthday. I n A lNrowoAfDSUaA IBttEAI I ;
Invited guests and the hon-

ored twins relished their spe- oK 233c I3 i 29
cial day, having It topped off F ; POTATOES ; HONEYDEWS
cake and homemade ice J9'IUIWHIU
cream. The party was quitea _-r-- -

PIANOS* ORGANS success. PIN i nwiih9 I LUSTRE 10 I !
CHOKl Of TM AtTWTV I Isoprophyl' !, 49 4 9
Van Service Inc. '
Other nmV
birthdays which fell CREME
.(?,pA MUSKso on the 23rd were those of Scott j ALCOHOL I LB BULK I EACH

3UO! N.E Waldo Rd. O'vllle Bruno, 9, and Jon Supsky, 2. :HAIR| SPRAY
J7-471 They each had their birthdays (,/OUL.E ( CIUOW A PIO I mo DfUCIOUS
10 ., 1

S71-S1S celebrated at home. ONLY 17CILUWHIlI.: I7oi c..... 9eICARRT5.1laaA610Tg.; | APPLES . 4 ::

AUTO SALES SERVICE O'TlUe Bhoppta Ctr. HOME Mr. and FROM THE HILLS Anthony S, Wynn, son L h BONUS BUY''
Mrs. Roark returned
of Mr and Mrs.
Tropical Pontiac Ossie B. Wynn '''00(1 LONG
Farm and Industrial last Thursday from their visitto of Rt. 3, Starke has completed GREENCUKES
Carolina. ,
Inc. Equipment basic training at Lackland,

AFB, Tex. ,
Hi. has been assigned to Cha- .J'
The privilege of using the
nute AFB, m., for training In SAC" 7 a
Santa Fe Tractor, firehouse for shelter while awaiting the missile maintenance field. _
the school bus will be
Airman Wynn Is a 1971 graduate ''' -- -- - -
FORDfarm taken away If deitructlonof said of Bradford High :. :: '"' '
Authorised School. TASTER'S//

Pontiac I Tractors & Implement keep stopped.their Parents children are urged home to a According to the standard CHOICE ;/ <
Sal.s-Ports-S.rvic. USED EQUIPMENTSALES while longer mornings to try advice it's best to put first I I.. LaS."N.CON/. GRITS / ,..N/ 0"I FRIES

2101 N. MolnGaln..vrll. and curb their activities at things first, but It might be a t WlfM. INS. taupe. At IOO* E f _".fMI| COU*>0. *.'000 f f WKM tMlft" COU.OM .*OC0 Ie. t tA
PART SERVICE )! trout,, .Oct >*mo.tom IMOW o" j Lae. >o i / oct
the firehouse. Thank you Wit good Idea to wait and see ( *, I:M. UMlf.t IL i-MUT 'I ).?. &IMII, 11 tAMItf I :! tIMIt.* :!:fAMIt? I 29
., Fla. 4488 N. W. 6th 376-2548 lard Thomas, Mayor. what the second thing is. j L.. ___ ____ -J L__ __ ___ __ j .. ____ __

372-2583 GAINESVILLE. FLA. h

Sept 30 1971 TKI.KCRM'M(; I'.IKC II


h rI

Our editorial. ENOUGH OF THAT!

L LLJ j jd' I'' I I o/NST R r iyu-Eyo.No I ilI3ii ,


\.{;"' rr4
''J Lod '

An Encouraging Court k r

Ruling On PornographyWe \t r---tL-

have been critical at times of normal sexual situation imaginable.As .

court decisions with which we did not \

agree. Therefore, it is a double the President said in his message s.1r .
pleasure to commend one of our Circuit rejecting the report of the Commission .

Court Judges for his ruling that branded on Obscenity; and Pornography: ,

thirty-four paperback books purchasedat "I am well aware of the Importanceof ... elf 4I1f +
four convenience stores in Gainesville protecting freedom of expression.But .
as "hardcore pornography." pornography Is to freedom of expression -

what anarchy is to liberty; ; _

Judge George L. Patten's decision as free men willingly restrain a mea

in the case was a refreshing 'change sure of their freedom In order to !

from some other court decisions in prevent anarchy, so must we draw the ; :

line against pornography to protect
the past that have freed purveyorsof
pornography because of the court's freedom of expression."

inability to "define obscenity; "
Judge Patten's decision should give

In his forthright order Judge Patten new encouragement to our own committee sew 1% fir.. L'catb M t
- --- --- --
ruled all of the books "lewd and ob- that has, in the pass inspected rI ,I
scene" and ordered the store and the local newsstands and tried'"by friendly Ness II
County Agent I Iv I
distributing agency to stop offering persuasion" to have obscene paperbacks I

them to the public. and other publications removed.
Sometimes their efforts have been *our D--uiauiwralon '. C ountJ E: xten&. S taco. MI es M c.Cain nor 10.n. .............'
Service is proud of the our County; Homemakers Council
Also to be commended Is State At- rewarded with promises to remove
participation we have in our and Clubs and Is responsible
torney T.E. Duncan who brought civil the offending publications, but some- Agricultural: Home Economics for our total Extension Home
suits against the owners of the stores how they always seemed to creep backto and 4-H Program..There Economics Program. She also
and the book distributor, Hicks News the news racks within a few weeks. is constant activity; in all threeof works in all phases of our

Agency of Ocala, which' also supplies Now, with the knowledge that courts these areas 4-H program.
Next week. October Is
some Starke convenience stores.In can and do declare such material obscene National 4-41 Week. The big 5S RiM

the local committee should take activity will be a Walter Pre-

his order, Judge Patten said that heart and renew its efforts.It vatt Recognition and 4-H Appreciation Some of our folks have been
the books appeal to prurient Interestsin Award. Program for quite busy since the break in

sex and are patently offensive to is true that pornographers are our Bradford County sponsors, rain. Cattlemen and hay producers -
usually represented In the courts by donor. and leaders. The program realize that there will when every day was
contemporary community; standards will be held at the Holiday be a shortage of hay this winter in Starke (4SE51 ,
Carnival Day ,
relating to the description or representation skilled, highly paid defense attorneys. Inn in Starke at 7:30: p.m. They are making an effort when can street was dotted (, -
of sexual matters, and are Prosecutors are often overburdenedand Thursday October 7.The Brad to get as much quality; hay with fortune teller tents. .
"utterly without redeeming social understaffed, and must prepare ford 4-H' Council will be In in the barn as possible before shooting galleries. 3
value." their anti-obscenity; cases under difficult charge of the program. the rains start again. Hay is for 10
poses !(!
Walter will be recognized for like most other agricultural
circumstances. The result naturally booths. .
his outstanding record duringhis products. It can have varying Army stores sellIng -
is that smut peddlers often eight years of 4-H work degrees of quality or worth. silk pillow tops and other
A few more such decisions by other go scot free to keep on spreading their that have resulted In being e- Quality hay must come froma flashy souvenirs. the hec- 1
State and Federal Judges would go a mental pollution. lected State President of the pasture that has been properly tic days of Camp Blanding in
long way toward reversing the trend Florida r-H Council and being limed and fertilized in the early 1940's. these

toward obscenity; that caused", President Judges and prosecutors can't do the selected for State Honor. order to have good nutritive 30-year-old photos should bring
In National 4-H Achievement value. The should be back fond
the some
grass and some
Nixon, in a recent statement to say, Job alone. The public must also havea Program. He will be our cut before It reaches full maturity not-so-fond memories to many
"The warped and brutal portrayal of hand If the present wave of obscenity; first 4-H member to attend or before It becomestoo Starld tes. at any rate, they
sex in books, plays, magazines, and is to be curbed. the National 4-H Congress In flberous. It should be are reminiscent of a rolsterous,
i movies, if not halted and reversed, Chicago In November. "cured" before being baled to boisterous period In Starke's
could poison the well-springs of American What can the Individual do? Well, Our 4-H members and leaders prevent spoilage from heat.Hay history that will perhaps never
will also meet during 4- loses value each time It is return again.NEWBOOKS'.
and Western culture and civili there is anorganizaUoncalled"Moral,1ty,1n
H week to carry out plans to rained on after cutting. Good
p zation. The pollution of our culture, ; Media' .which is currently asking recruit new 4-H members and hay will have a greelsh color,
the pollution of our civilization with Americans to write Attorney General to Inform the public of 4-H and good aroma after baling.It ;
smut and filth is as serious a situation John Mitchell, urging the appointment activities in, each Community should be.free: from'weed, "it -
for the American people as the pol- of a Deputy; Attorney to work with a of the CountyH; I..open to .'. At The LibraryADULT

lution of our once-pure air and water." team of experts advising and aiding years any youth of age.between 4-11 Clubs 9 and are 19

prosecutors throughout the country in formed when any group of young Over 400 Farm Bureau members FICTION ---- -
Freedom to create in all fields of the complex area of obscenity; laws. people and an adult leader !get and friends enjoyed agood Jean In The Morning (San- War Veterans Information Conference SetA
i American life has become broader together and plan a program of supper and had a good meeting dison); The Book Of Pock(Cole);
I'rand broader In recent years, and this If you would like to do more than activities that fits the needs last Saturday night at the Chapayeca (CEdmondson); The one-day Information and I sistance Interest
of the group. Fair grounds In Starke. A new Trojan Cow (Tlppette) The on any subject of
new-found freedom should be prizedby Just give tacit approval to favorable ; education various
on and
Board of Officers and Directorswill program to veterans Uieirdepenclents. -
(MItchell) The
all. But the freedom to create is court decisions, and help assure more be announced as soon as Bodyguard (Forsyth>; ); Day The types of assistance available .

not freedom to pander to perversity; such decisions in the future, it would the ballots are tabulated. Elixir (Nathan); Addle Pray to war veterans will be lld! I \lso on hand will be employment -
and affront the public with every ab be well to follow this advice. Miss Martha Sue McCain,our Next big activity for everyone (Brown)>; Between The Hills And at Snyder National Guard 'Er- service representativesof '
Extension Home Economics A. will be the Chamber of The Sea (Gilden); Slayground mory, State & Market Streets, tile state and VA to match
gent is attending the National Commerce Calf Scramble (Stark); Sleep Is For The Rich Jacksonville, on Wednesday; job applicants with available
Meeting of Extension Home Economics scheduled for Saturday, October (MacKenzie)>; The Masters Affair Oct. 6, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. positions.
.- The Old Shell GameSome Agents In Miami this 9. Make your plans now to (Hlrschfeld); The Marble The program Is sponsored
week. come out to see and be by the Veterans Administration
- -- --- a partof Forest (Goldthwalte). -
She has headed a National one of the best County Programs and Is being held In cooperation -
folks apparently never learn. person they did not even know committee on exhibits In addition In the State. ADULT NON-FICTION with the Jacksonville ;3 5 QualifyFor
to participation! in other Many, many people' throughout Kitchens And Dining Rooms Area Chamber of Commerce.
their: parts of the program. This the County have worked hard (Gllliatt> The Illustrated Guide veterans service organizations, afford
You can't something for nothing.In But the fell for smooth
get woman
has also brought a lot of recognition and supported this Important To Collecting Bottles(Munsey)>; Interested community leaders
line of chatter, and withdrew $817 from to our County and program. Cybernetics For The Modern and city, state and federal City Election
spite of widespread publicity; In her bank account and turned it over Mind (Fuchs)>; Automobile Almanac agencies.
the newspapers, exposing such rackets, to the strangers. The men said they (Ash); Conflict Of Interest Fully qualified personnel will
people are still being hoodwinked out would call at her home later to give -7 It's a woman's By Martha Sue McCain : Politics And The Money be present to answer questionsand \With the deadline for quall-

of their lifetime savings by the flimflam her her share of the money. :,; '., J.....'..nnff1rrlffl Jn I County ExtensionHome (Game Stetson(Watzman); Encounters); Starting With! Over The furnish Information and as-- fjlng three candidates set for :Monday\ have Oct. 4,

artists. The woman went home and waited. ? IJtJlJ: iU Economics Agent Archdruld (McPhee). for posts in' the new qualified Kalford
city government. The election
The latest was a 35-year-old Jack- and waited. and waited. but ADULT REFERENCE Stone Urges will be held Tuesday, Oct. 19.
sonville woman who lost $817 when needless to say, the men never showedup American Plays And PlayWrights All
two complete strangers made her believe and her money was long gone. OCTOBER PLENTIFULS Another good topping Is cream Of The Contemporary Etigibles Mrs, Katherine Alvarez, amt'mler
October Is the month when Theatre (Lewis) A Guide To
she to cheese softened with cream or ; To f fcgisterSecretary of the election board,
was going get something
the fresh apple crop hits the milk and beaten unti fluffy Color Reproductions (Bartran); said Wednesday that Michael
for nothing. This scheme has been worked time market so apples head the Occupational Outlook Handbook (Bud) (Dobbs had qualified for
and time again in all parts of the coun- October list of plentiful foodsof EGGCITING DESSERT (U.S. Department Of Labor). of State all I Horldlans Richard :Major, while W,W. Carter and
Stone urging
try, and several times right here in the U.S. Department of Eggs are a good source of who are eligible to vote, but A.H. Bruner had qualified to
According to Jacksonville police, the Bradford County. Strange as it may Agriculture. protein riboflavin Iron, vitamin A and Feelings (Dunn); I Spy (Ogle)>; who are still unregistered, to cil.seats on the five-member coun-

woman was approached by two strangemen seem, someone is victimized by this Other foods in plentiful supply few foods that and contain are one vitaminD. of the If I Had A Ship (Shecter): EyesIn register as soon as possible.

at a shopping center, who-told "pigeon drop" almost every da,' in are applesauce, apple Juice, The Flshbowl (Snyder>; Secret Registration books close In Ml elected officials will serve
her that if she could show them enough some part of the country. pears both fresh and canned, Language (:Nordstrom); all 67 Florida counties on Oct- without pay.Citizens[ .
2 and will not
ober reopen until
potatoes pork and eggs. The Striped Ice Cream (Lexau)>;
"good faith" money they would let Because after November:; 2 state of Raiford recently
canned applesauce and apple of the high qualityof Winter Cottage (Brink); Around
her share in dividing up $6,000 one of There are very few "good fairies"left Juice will be in unusually large their proteins, eggs make a The World In Eighty Days wide election when voters will voted to Incorporate the town
them claimed he had Just found. around these days, so if someone supply. Fresh pears are on good alternate for meat. If you (Verne); Mystery Of The Fat decide to approve or disap- in order to receive gas and
approaches you with a story about find the list for a third consecutive art counting calories, you can Cat (Bonham); Never Go Anywhere prove a constitutional amend- cigarette tax revenues which! 1
If the woman had stopped to think, ing money they want to share with you. month.OCTOBER. figure that a large egg has With Digby (Parkinson). ment Income providing tax. for a corporate will be used for fire equipment

she would have known something was Just hang on to what you've got. It BAKERS about 80 calories, 60 of whichcome JUVENILE: '. NONFICTION: Mrs. Neva Flynn Bradford and other, playground community equipment projects.,

wrong with this proposition, for why will be more, mt-ch more, than you'llever October Is the month for from the yolk. Three Rolls And One Doughnut Count- Supervisor of Elections
would two men who had Just found get from tiose smooth-talking nearly all of the most popular Egg. are in plentiful supply (Ginsburg); The First Book announces that her office will be
$6,000 want to share it with a third strangers. varieties of apples. They and attractively priced this fall. Of Science Experiments Hy. open all day Saturday, Oct. 2,
're all good for eating raw How about using three of themto ler)> This Is Australia (Sasek)>; until! 5 p.m. for the convenienceof Live Oak Man
and Just about any other way make some reringue shells The Art And Industry Of Sand- those who register late.
you care to use them. for dessert.To castles (Adkins). Mrs. Flynn also said that Put On Probation

... any eligible young person who In Car
The best bakers that come make six meringue shells, NEW'. RECORDS will become 18 years old before Theft
in October are Northern Spy beat three egg whites until People (Barbra Strelsand); the :November; 2 General
.._ and York Imperial. You can foamy. Add a quarter of a teaspoon My Way (Frank Sinatra); One Election may register on or
The Bradford County -, eat a baked apple Just plainas salt and a quarter of a (Three Dog: Night); Yakety Sax before October 2, even though of Live :McDanlel. Jr., 28,
::-.::' a low calorie snack or des teaspoon cream of tartar. Thenbeat (Boots Randolph)}; Greatest Hits they are not 18 at the time. two-,,,,,,,. Oak, was placed on
-: until the mixture ( ) The supervisor said that 125 nrobation bv Circuit
TELEGRAPH sert. Or dress It up with a again Johnny Cash ; Firebird Suite ,'
,.... t, !gooey center. Core six apples forms son peaks. Add three (StolowsH); Pictures At An Exhibition new voters In the 18-21 age week Judge George L, ,Patten last
ESTABLISHED 1879 ... without cutting through the bottom quarters of a cup sugar !gradually (Stokowsld). bracket have already registered after pleading guilty to
r..... end. Peel about onethirdof beating constantly until and are eligible to vote larceny of an automobile.
R1t.BiHe' the way down and put themIn stiff peaks form. In all elections! :\\ole Daniel was charged with
a baking dish. My Neighbors "We have a tremendously important the theft of a car last August
Shape the meringue Into six election coming on
N.M.teFLORI up 18 which belonged to R.C.ill./
I find' my delight la thy mounds on heavy brown paper November; 2 and those who are lIam of the
A ESS ? + comatsad.teat.Paola..) Fill the centers of the apples placed on a baking sheet. Using still unreglitered after October community west Pleasant ot Grove
119147). with half a cup of honeyor the back of a spoon, forma 2 will lose the right to starKe.
ASSOCI' T 0N'R All of a* really want the sugar, half a cup of raisins hollow In the center of each participate In a decision on the Another defendant, Wallace
establishment of harmony and half a teaspoon cinnamon mound. Bake one hour In a veryslow corporate tax amendment"Secretary O'Xeai Preston '23, of Starke
and half a teaspoon nut- oven250 degrees.,Turn Stone said. has been ,
order. We take a fundamentalstep meg. Dot the fllling with but- off heat and let meringues cool "I'm afraid that, at this point, summoned tailed for ar-
and to
In this| direction' when we ter or margarine. Pour a cup '''In the oven. Then serve for there Is too much apathy aboutan heecou i took pate
review the cornerstone of our of water Into the baking dish dessert with chocolate filling issue, whichever side you're action, -
: J.. MATTHEWS. Edlt.r-r.......* f aith-th*commandments and bake at 375 degrees for Ice cream or fruit. on, that is very Important to
....... eaoh Tfcmr.4ay ... eatored M teem adopt them for preMnt day liv about 45 to 60 minutes. the pocketbook of every Flor- Preston is charged with
a.. Matter at the r_ Oflbe at 8UdIe. nerUa ing. A. we affirm divine order For a free copy of a bulletin idlan," the secretary said. breaking and entering the Sam
Urdu jUt ef Matvk M. IfTt. 'In our mind body and affair. After baking filled with.MEALS s,EGGS "I kiinc the Governmentwould "Registering to vote also means Street Griffis; Store on w. Brownlee
top each IN FAMILY Please
apple that each citizen last
.4.urt Ise. M trade 1 M w. allow the ullMM of all life, can have a August 16 with In-
treat y ash '. i OeJslde with a marshmallow and write Box 287, or call your save UM-our quarterly meaningful voice In local as tent to commit
.1I1I.ht. and all good win came return to the oven until marshmallows Extension Home Economics Office Income,, 'tat haxn't hewn paid well as state and national elections nor.a
.r.91.11 to us. art lightly! browned. at 964-6554. veti ."



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Will Cracks are reported in SUNSHINE STATE 72 Motivational/ researchers
: Meetings
B R--.J tt&k some of Rome ancient ruins. that .
lay/ wigs reveal quite a
; Start OcL 4th It's a sad state of affairs ARRIVE ADVEJ bit about a woman' pertnnelity. .
when not even ruins are built And a lot about a maiTi
BY JOTC2 STOKES to last. icalp
r The first meeting of the New
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CARNIVAL PLANS MADE las. C.J. Stalnaker, Marshall season will be held Monday I ----------------------i I
AT PTA MEETINGThe Mott. Oct. 4, In the rolling Child-

Brooker Elementary Cashiers for Supper Jane ren's Chapel: parked In the lot DOUG FERTIC'S SUNOCO
School held Its first PTA meet. Smith Linda Andrews, Yvonne at Hope Baptist Church. The SUNOCO SUNOCO
Ing of the new school term Tues. Emery; Pies for Supper Betty; club Is sponsored by the Child- 452 N. TEMPLE AYE STARE
day night. Sept 21, at 7:30: Hayes; Supper Committee Ka- ren's Bible Mission. Inc. and ,
There was a tremendous turn therine Henry Nona Mann Ef. meets1 for one hour after each PHONE 9M.1339WhUe
out for this meeting. fie Hodge, Nell Mann. Decorations Monday.
The\ new president, George for the supper will be All children, ages 1-6. are
Smith presided, and Betty; made by the children under Raiford Baptist Church invited to attend the meetingsand I
Hayes took over her position supervision of the teacl.ers. bring a friend. GALA OPENING
as secretary. Jeanne Thomas Publicity; Chairmen: Betty; Home For PastoriumThe An Interesting program Is _
Is the new treasurer,and Henry Hayes, radio; Linda Cox news- Buys planned for the new season i
Harrell was elected as the new paper; Dewey McKInney, postern Including songs visualized Bible I
Vice President. to be made by students. stories and object lessons I
It was voted to leave the First Baptist Church of Church rmatnrlnm And Is al- memory Drosrama. mailbox I
time for PTA meetings at 7:30, Raiford recently purchased the ready being occupied by the pas club and prizes Including ,
and was also decided to con- masonry home pictured above tor Rev. Aaron Singletary and summer camp. A missionary
tinue to provide the school children MOVIESLocal from DeWitt Crews. It Is a his family. project will feature Surinam tt COKE I
with toast each morning. lovely three-bedroom, two- Open house will be held Sunday and a live missionary worker I
Plans were made for the annual bath house located on one acre afternoon Oct 3, from 3:30to : among stone-age people will %
Halloween[ Carnival to be of land on Road 793 approximately 5" All'church membersand speak to the club members In
held Saturday evening, Oct. 30. p.m. December.The .
movie goers can take one mile from Raiford. friends are invited to attend *
Prizes to be given away at their choice of musical fantasy The home will be used as the school bus will stop at 6-PAK WITH 10 GALLON FILL-UP
the Carnival will Include a double In "Willy Wonka and the Highway 100 and Hope Baptist TheyLa*!
barrel showgun a gas grill Chocolate Factory" or Walter Church road making It possible -
a bicycle, a Barbie doll, anda Mathau's brand of humor lit for children to attend the PLUS
portable mixer. Tickets will "A New Leaf" at the Florida shopping expense account his Bible Club directly from schoolIf
be on sale soon. Theatre this Friday, Saturday father left him. Finding he Is Cub Pack 513 they will bring a note signedby WE SPECIALIZE IN: __ _
and Sunday.At broke, Henry reluctantly goes a parent giving permissionto
The following committeeswere the 301 Drive-In three on a campaign to find a wife Meets TonightCub attend. Parents must arrange
appointed and the chair- big Clint Eastwood westerns to replenish his back account for transportation home after BUICKS AND CM CARS I STAMPS !I JW I STAMPS !!

man of each will meet at 7:30 will occupy the screen until He finally sew.es on lain Scout Pack 513 will hold the meetings. For further Information HIGH PERFORMANCE AUTOS 0........
p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19: 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday. May, the untidy daughter and call 473-4782. wrAMP I ITUNEUPSONALLMANES
General Chairman, Henry Violence and sex will be the only heiress of a late indus- Its monthly meeting tonight .
(Thursday Sept. 30) at 7:30
Harrellj; Scare Room, George trial sacrificesall :
tycoon. Henry
topic of a double feature at ; I
Smith; Country Store, Ethel the drive-In Sunday and Mon- marries the girl who Is p.m.cafeteria.All In the Southslde. Elemen- 4-H Awards I Ii i
Douglas; Novelty Shop Madge botanist at He tary
; day In two X-rated films] to a a university.;
Hicks and Mrs. Jackson; For- which no one under 18 will be even considers doing away with boys ages 8-10 and their Program Set SPECIAL
tune Telling, Joanne Fussell; admitted. his wife to Inherit her fortune parents are encouraged to attend .- SAVINGS
Hot Dog Stand Jeanne Thomas but In the end It Is obvious the recruiting meeting For OcL 7A I r
; Milk Bottles Mrs. Polk; Paramount Pictures' product a new Henry has emerged says Dewey McKInney, chair- I
Ponly Rides. Sonny Andrews of "Willy Wonka" Is In Technicolor when Henry passes up a chanceto man of the pack's board of
Beno Sparks, Stanley Green The let his untidy wife drown. directors. Cub Master Wayne 4-11 Appreciation Awards
and Jerry Prescott; Cake Walk, musical fantasy at the Florida.starring Gene Mundorff. Program and Walter Prevatt . . . . . . . . . . . . .
At the drive-In Friday and Recognition Dinner .
Wilbur Andrews, Pete Douglas, Wilder In the title role and Saturday "A F1stfulofDollars"will will be .
held Thursday, Oct. 7 at 7:30
Mary Jane Green Wendy Jack Albertson GrandpaJoe, :

Hill; Fruit, Madge Cakes,Hicks Glenda, Effle Andrews Ostrum Introduces as Charlie 13-year-old as Bucket Peter, thefilm's Few, followed screen Dollarslore"at!by 7:45: "The p.m.at Good 10, "A p., Starke p.m. at. the Holiday Inn In : !FREE! : 25% OFF : !IFREE!

Alma m. Prevatt, a Bradford County .
Sparks Sweet ;
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Shop Ann young The Bad The Ugly. The man who hat to a j.m- 4-H Club leader was recently
Sandy Starling Booth, Sadie King McKinney and- five youngsters wno wins a Playing Sunday and Mondayat bit Mi false tttth, tyeglaneiind elected State President of the S LUBRICATION 11TH.. MOUNTING HIGH. SPEED
Queen. Linda Cox Jane; Rlggs tour of Wonka's unusual cho- the drive-In are "The Beast hearing aid doein't let 4-H organization. The October C PURCHASE OF OIL NORMAL CHARGE FOR BALANCING KITH PURCHASE
; colate factory a world of"Pure That Killed Women" and Sadistic inythlng( remarkable/ about' 7 event Is being sponsored by
Lovers. Admission Is "putting it all .
Mrs. Kahn Bean Jar, Mary Imagination. The film Is based together He the Bradford County; 4-H Council -
; does it .
Foald Dahl's classic chil $1.25. every morning. .
Smith.Booth Building Committee dren's nn book, "Charlie" and the 'Herbicides have deitroyea . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Dewey McKInney, Wilbur Tho- Chocolate Factory. large forest areas In Vietnam,
mas, Wilbur Andrews, IT.Hen- Walter Mathau plays an aging a report inform Here,. at
ry, George Smith, Pete Doug playboy who overspends his home we do It with luMlvl-

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Given In 4 Cases )4A A j ; ( h\ ..' : E :'

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The two-day trial term was ty; Court, on charges of failureto creases were Included. '
Interesting In the fact that In have his vehicle under con- The superintendent also told ,
all four cases tried by Jury, trol.The the board he had received a
the defendants were found in- accident occured on the clarification of the gulde.lInesllIued
nocent.. Southern Itallroad's crossing by the Cost of Living ,
Bennle Terrell, 21, who nar- on SR-227, the road which leads Council in ,Washington D.C.
rowly escaped death last July 19 from US-301 to Graham and from State Supt.,Floyd Christian -
when hla truck rammed Intoa Brocket. which held teachers eligible \ ,.
freight train, was found Innocent County; Prosecutor George to receive pay raises adopted -
by a Bradford County; Pierce used testimony by John prior to the August 13
Jury Tuesday Sept. 21, In Coun- Hanzood, conductor of the train freeze order. J.

-e......................................: Motion to pay the Increases
: was made by board member ..
S Two New Courses Seeber Goodman, seconded by
j Johnnie Blalne Thompson, and
To Be Offered At approved.The .
i teacher salary issue is
I not resolved completely, however -
Bradford Vocational Technical Last Friday, two days
s after the Bradford school
: Center board's decision was made,

: Beginning and Advanced Bookkeeping to Begin t 7m & .i' State filing Supt of Christian a suit "to announcedthe clarify;

: September 27, 1971.the I P once the wage-price and for all"freeze the effect on tea of

I Class will meet from 7 to 1000.; chers salaries.
Christian said the suit was
: 'Monday and WednesdayAuto i to be filed in U.S. District
: T Ta" Court In Washington D.C.
1k I Plaintiffs are the National'
28 1971 2
: Mechanics will Begin September Education Association, theFlo-

: The Class will meet from 7:00: to 10:00: P.M. | ride Education Association in several,and
state teacher groups

Every Monday Jl' sLW$ 'H A.s other states, and the Duval
: : 7C tS'* < County Defendants; Teachers In the Association.suit are

: (PLEASE? CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! *' the Cost of Living Council, the
Jr 'ts Office of Emergency Preparedness -
: I JI JI 9644150 ? and their officers.

... .................................... Christian said he joined the
action "because I believe that
many teachers over the nation
are not receiving the sched-
ule raises to which they are
entitled because of confusion
I "We Repair about what the cost of living
guidelines actually mean. .

1971 Bradford High Varsity Cheerleaders ,.. ....., .
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i.: j M TYPEWRITERS Th.s. varsity ch.erleadera will gp Into action tomorrow ff NOTICE } ;
j Sherman, Gayle Hatch.r, Toni Stone, Joyce M.n9' I 1!
night In the Tornado., Baker t tft
opener against County
: f'l ADDING MACHINES Second row: Becky S.lm.r, Sandi YounQblood, Stella
I First Connie Chast..n Coral I
rows Bloodworth Elaln.
Costella Sheill,
Austin, Ross McRa., and T.rrl O'H.al.
.. t
.. {:
and FliP Trooper S.P. Burnett In passing sentence Judge CLOSE SAT., OCT. 2, 1971 } t
In presenting the state's case. Yawn noted that the codefendants On motion by Prosecutor HEALTH OFFICERSTO
I. George Pierce, the followingcases FOR SPECIAL ELECTION TO 1j
Ilanzook testified that tie( were both Juveniles, one ATTEND CONFERENCE
1 / Last train was headed north to Valdosta 12 and the other IS years old, were dropped: John Libby f BE HELD NOVEMBER 2, 1971 t tS 1
I : Get'em While They Ca. and that on approaching and that Padgett was at the reckless driving; Charles Dr. A.Y. Covlngton, directorof
the 227 crossing, he time of the offense, under pa- Hlggdon and W.L. Criffls, petit the Bradford County; Health f }
saw a green pickup on his left larcey Walter Brown and Leo- Department and Jack L, Tra- @ i
: Used Typewriters headed towards the Intersec role.The youth asked to be placedon nard Cummings, each chargedwith wick, county: ; sanitarian, are
tion. lie said that the train's probation, but the judge saida disposing property; under attending the 43rd Annual Educational JENEVA in. FLYNN :Sn' ;
whistle was blowing itneared review of his record showed lien; and Ray Moody, chargedwith Confernece of (the Flo- ::::
i the crossing. that he had failed to respondto carrying a concealed weapon rida Public Health Association/ :' Supervisor Election ;:::
: I -$45 To $85- Trooper Burnett said that up- leniency.In at Miami Beach Sept. 29 to J
on physical Inspection of the Oct. b I. .:m- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;::
: accident: he found 55 feet of IPS HARD to change the Gov. Peubln Askew was the
i V Completely Reconditioned skid marks on the road before another case tried by jury basic American character. As keynote speaker for the con-
impact with the second unit of Tuesday, Billy Alvarez was witness the man whose doctor ference which has as its theme,
S Royal, Remington the train's engine. found Innocent: on charges of has told him to walk for his "Emerging Health Trends for APPLICATIONS FOR
.. Elzle Sanders, representing reckless driving, willful and health and who still takes the 70's."
the defendant, did not put any wanton, on US-301, last July 11.I" shortcuts across lots. {
: : GUARANTEED TO WORK cJ j.".a f". I defense witnesses en \e,1\.t811\d\ \ 1 The complaining witness tcs- *' A put-upon parent of our acquaintance GED EXAMINATIONS
but''In *closing': ''argument intended =' 'tifled that Alvarez drove into The man at the next desk finally told his
See Them AtBradford that the state had failedto back of him while he was en- resents the kids mulcting IneD son: "Look, young man, don'.t MUST BE MADE THIS WEEK AT
: prove Its case. route from Waldo to Starke, bU memories. "Let 'em get get relevant with me."
S County Telegraph In another case, David WU- and repeatedly bumped Into the their own noitalgla. he e .
J Ham Padgett, 18, pled guilty; rear of his car. A companionIn snarli. Bradford-Union AreaVocationalTechnical
: PHONE !nff1.fi.10S' : to petit larceny and was sentenced the witness's car gave a simIlar -
by Judge Theron Yawnto of the incident.
.................-mn m.N. 90 days In the county; Jail. Alvarez account served as his own Center

only attorney bumping and testified Involved that resulted the- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

t.; when the witness suddenly Examinations Will Begin
slowed his car and Alvarezhad STARKE
been unable to avoid hitting October 4tn
t it. PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE!
f ''EQUIPpL1ESSee\ In two other jury trials held PHONE 9644150
: Wednesday morning, both defendants -
v were found innocent.
Larry Griffin was tried on 4' FOR FUTHER INFORMATION
charges of disposing of pro- IMIONE! 17.1-1176: :
perty; under Hen with Carl Beggs
of Waldo as the state's witness.
He testified that Griffin sold
an engine and a transmission -si.-- I
I 1 from a car on which he helda --
Us For lien.
ALL Your Henry Aaron was tried on tt I
Office Needs testimony charges of by petit Corinne larceny Pogues.on t EVERY RETAIL MERCHANT .

Y r o Pogues stated that the defen-

'. dant stole a .22 caliber pistol
: from her home on East Brown-
lee Street last July 27. She t tt
said that she saw Aaron leav- t FORMS
ing her place with the pistol
and that he refused to returnIt

,. Pencils Pens, to her.Another. ,
r; fJrJ..t'r' Tape, state's witness, Dor- >
othy Rlsby said she saw Aaron
., '.fl:< : Erasers, Clue later that night with a pistolIn t 't 1\J D" c'i ,

'i4)). ',. his possession. ptti 0 zFIGry'S pz aeT.s .
J Aaron denied the charges on g $'
his own behalf and said that 0 ire
others were at the Pogues home : a 'd'J t
that night and inferred that one I DLa Date: ag c Q
of them might have taken the 5tig9 :-rc\\ u9Qg
Out r
pistol.In ct +
(,;em Clips. Ledgers, other cases called Tues- 4 f"a y0 !>a.,1 le s
fit day and Wednesday disposition cch 'fe \
Staplers Staples e o't
c Typewriter Ribbons was as follows: a1a : ). fi ,, i \.1\e: t
Gary Ernest: Eckstlne, a law t 'fc't\ c.'t'vt1 .o'va.
,. avo
student at the University of V \,!>
Florida was found Innocent on \, .'Vo
charges of unlawful speed after .. Cc r\c.. .';
0 ... -
I ,
a trial. Eckstine conducted '). co';( .' t
his own defense. 9
t 't\
Letterheads.Envelopes Tommy E. Tucker and Mar / ; .
jolre Jean McDoncll also choseto "'tO
have their case tried Indi-
t business Forms vidually before the judge. \vJ\e ). v'toV
Tucker was found guilty; by !>o X04Pstiet t
Judge Sawn on a charge of t 6104ec S Y
displaying another's license and A 'c
was fined $31. McDonell was SeioNc paateg0a9
/ ; found guilty of unlawful speed : L+y1 .
... ,. and was fined $30. ""
-. ..; Arthur Bryan Patray pled totC
t 0 guilty to a charge of ,
: driving
Rubber Stamps '.
{ '. <1. while intoxicated and Will fined it1
q Wedding Stationery $251, and his license was suspended Siate
for six months
Lucille Raymond Dllllnxer eT
was found guilty; by Judge awn Dealer y "
on a charge of failure to yield
"(futility! Printing, { Al Hciuotuihlc Prices" right of and fined
way was $51. 4.f& P R I Mf E p
4 tf'. ", George Kenneth Harrison plod 4
"t .." guilty; to having an Improperdriver' 0t kh.
license and was fined
$36. He also pled guilty to a nt nka
charge of failure to have his gR err
vehicle under control and t .,, tra ,

miiijfapI! : fined while $51.Intoxicated A charge was of droppedon driving was PADS OP 100 :1.50 'm tf'.h..h p4

Robert motion by Pittman the state was found t !

Phinters and
guilty by the judge on a chargeof Ptrrdisirws
driving to the left of theroadway
and was fined $31.:; \ '
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.fm:1..: :.:.::.'-.:::.:. 11 tJal *.T.:rm1-.n .W....;T:.:*'*V5WW@;: :. *:*:::MCK"w: .. am: -:::":1:1:."f:1mm.:::. 1: 'f 1 .1..111. out. Of the 1,034,000 Incoming units, participating program! or In because commissioning -
::: freshmen males estimated by
: Standards
:::::: Academic OutlinedA of procedural delays.
the Office: of Education approximately -
Ilrl i Community Newsy 80% are 18 years Dr. Tarr said that college:
old and only 20% are 19 years students will not be draftedIn
...... m resolution vetting the pro- Supt. Torn Casey explainedthe ford system was awarded onlya of age or older. The 18 year the middle of a semester
$ ::-: VfltwAsV__ju (.'!ytM Walker m: cess and product standards for standards which will be very minor portion of the olds will receive their lottery or term. "If called: while enrolled -
0::::::; evaluation of academic work used and they were accepted by funds requested.In numbers In 1972. and they will they will be allowedto
of teachers has been adoptedby the board with the reservation connection with that request not be subject to Induction un- postpone their Induction until -
the Bradford School Board. by Board Member Charles Supt. Casey again listed til 1973 when the draft calls the end of the semester
CHURCH NEWS GIRL SCOUT TROOP 628 Ebenezer Baptist Church, The resolution was passedIn Sawyer that the results be given a 14-member bt-racial committee should be low. The 19 year or term. If In their last aca-
Greater Bethlehem Free Will AU Girls Interested ScoutIng Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. an early September meetIng to the board In written form. appointed by the school old freshmen received their demic year they will) be ableto
Baptist, Key. Jasper William 'are asked to meet each Everyone is Invited to attend of the school board. It was "I'd suggest that we spend board last week on the recommendation lottery numbers August 5 of postpone their Induction: until
pastor. Monday; night/feept.: 27, Monday afternoon at 5 P.m. the Bible Class each Monday submitted by Secondary Supervisor more time curriculum: now," of a student committee this year and wl'( be subjectto after graduation."
Rev. Williams and his congregation at Greater' Allen Chapel AME night. Prayer Meeting each C.C. Anderson for evaluation Sawyer said. "We've got the as follows: Induction: next ysr\; at least
rendered service' at Thursday night Sunday School accreditation standards buildings." Mrs. Shirley Reddish Mrs. 1/2 should have hit'' enough
Creator Allen Chapel In the Church. .Parents Interested In will begin at 9:30.: Morning here by the State Department In other action, the boardApproved : Sue Wlnkler Fred Browning lottery munbrrs to *c'' ido STUDENT: PROTEST appears
church anniversary. Choir rehearsal working with the Scouts are service at II with Choir No. of Education. at the requestof Joe Cissy George Pierce their Induction.: th'.e .-.emaining in the high schools, and
for Choir No. 2 and Usher Invited to attend. 3 In charge of song service.: Anderson who is DI.trlctCo-: Supt. Casey the resubmission Dolph Reddish. Rev. John approximately 50% we suppobo the! major colleges .
Board No. 3. Is held each Evening service, 7 p.m. with ordinator of Accreditation: of a project to obtain Strickland, Mrs. Maurice will be disqualified on men- havo scouts out to recrUIt
Tuesday night. Prayer meeting Allen Chapel AME Church, Choir No. 2 In charge. Visitors meaning In Bradford County U.S. desegregation fuJ The White Mrs. Olivia Scott, Rev. tal, moral or physical grounds. promising talent for thrusting
each Wednesday night. Thursday Rev. C.E. Jenkins pastor. Sun- always welcome. aid the school: board can require request Includes $24,000 for Leroy Davis, Jessie J. Moore this means that a maximum squad.Broadway .
night the Ladles Circle day School 10 ajn. Lovefeast educational accountability four new school buses, and Jr., John Snell, Willie Brown of 50,000 men will) be directly *
will meet with Mrs. Fannie service at )II.) Communion will of Instructional personnel In the moving of a wing of all- and Rev. Daniel Bright. affected In 1972 by the student .
Brown. Story Hour at the be given in the 6 p.m. service. terms of utilization of resour- brick RJE High School. to the deferment phase out and
church Thursday night. Friday The church anniversary activity Questions ces available.The Educational Park at a cost of one-half of these or 24,000 will moves curtain
night the Prayer Band will will be In progress starting standards were approvedby $64,000. RJE Is not now used probably not be Inducted because times' up an /hour. This will
meet with Mrs. Sarah Prince. October 4 with New Hope, the county school principalsIn by the school system and more of enlistments In Regular give lh. poit-lhcatr muggera
Friday night Choir No. 2 will Rev. Mosloy. and Antloch ;anCalvery AnsweredOn a meeting September 1, An- room Is needed at Bradford 9 Called Reserve National Guard chance: to gO horn tirlicr.I .
meet at the Church.: Saturday Baptist. Rev. Tho- derson said. The principals Middle School.
dinners will be sold from lected the standards from options This Here For
the mas on October 5 Bethel Bap- request was also submitted -
allowed and
kitchen. Sunday la regular fist last year but the Brad- .
of Jacksonville and church: approval by the board.Q JLJL..__
.Day. Services will begin DmftExanlS
of God, Jax, Rev. Williamsand
with Sunday School at 9:30. Rev. Matthews October 6.
Morning service at 11a.m. League Mt. ZIon, Rev. Young and 10 Inquiries I'll)) be getting out of the A No. State or local governments
at 4 p.m. Evening service Church of God In Christ El- per week about the wage-price Army in two weeks and returnIng may not Increase
at 6 p.m. der'Presly, October 7, St. Paul freeze and other aspects of thePresident's to my old Job. Can I receive charges for governmentprovided Nine men from Bradford and
Baptist, Baldwin, and St.James Executive order on the pay Increase I would services. However state Union County were scheduled
Notice: Dell Chapter of Macclenny. Philadelphia Baptist Economic Stabllzation are being have gotten If I had not been and local tax rates and fees taJ: orerlnduction examinations
Eastern Star will hold Its regular Church: Rev. Dennis, October received In the Bradford County in the Service? for license or legal penalties, Thursday, Sept. 16.
meeting Thursday night Agricultural Stabilization and A. Yes. Veterans returningto such as traffic tickets: are not These men being
8 Ebenezer Baptist are examined -
Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. In the Masonic ; Conservation Services (ASCS) their pre-mllltary employment frozen. In preparation for the
Church and New Bethel Rev.
hall Brownlee street. Office: according: to Warren during the freeze are
: on Davis, Collins Chapel Rev. Q Can merchants pass onto 1972 call for Induction.
All members are urged to Farland. Carver county executive dir- entitled to all the Increases consumers the cost of an Increase Last week the Selective Ser
be present and on time. Business The activity terminates on ector. they would have received had In state or local taxes? vice System clarified expected : -
of vital Importance. The lie reminded Bradford County they not served In the military. -
the second. All members A No. This Is not permitted policy: changes on under
cooperation of all membersIs asked to please cooperate with are residents that additional Information Employees are hired af during the freeze. graduate student deferments.
needed. In this Important the program. Is constantly coming to the pay scale In existence during Q What are some of the College students who were enrolled -
matter. the ASCS office: which i is an the 30-day base period of food products: not subject: to the full-time In the 1970-

f:m 11; 1 1 1 11i11f:1iM m11111111111:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1;[ ;::[:::[::::::*1:1:1:1:1::::*::1 tm 1@ m::. &.iN official concerning center the for stabilization Information July 16 tn August 14. freeze A ? Raw agricultural products gible 71 academic for student: year deferments will be eli-In

program. Q Is the Internal Revenue such as fresh fruit and the 1971-72 school year If they
: "*.. While the County ASCS office Service: the only place where vegetables, fresh fish and sea- continue to make satisfactory
TRADE AT HOME JXZ1T Is an official: center for Information you can get Information on the food, honey, and other productsthat progress In their programs of
prcwr'Irs. on the wage-price: wage-price rreeze'lA retain the same physical study, Selective Service officials
__ freeze, it has no authority to No. Information on the form they possessed when they said. However young men L :
act: on complaints or handle freeze and assistance with com-: left the farm gate, are not who entered school for the first I II
requests for exceptions: to the plaints Is provided at the 10 covered by the freeze. time this summer and those who
freeze Carver said. Such: complaints Regional Service Centers of the All other agricultural: and enroll as freshmen this fall
Serving Florida or requests should go Office: of Emergency Preparedness food products: such as frozen will not qualify for student deferments I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THOSE
the Internal
directly to Revenue and the more than 2800 foods, slaughtered meats, etc. if the pending changes
Since 1950 Service District Office) at Jack- of would be considered processed to the Selective Service Act
offices: of the Department : WHO SUPPORTED AND WORKED IN MY
sonville. Florida. If this Is not Agriculture's Agricultural: Sta- and subject to the freeze. are passed by Congress. The
@reelng oervtce, ffne. convenient the county ASCS bllzation and Conservation Service Q The lease on my apart- House has completed action on BEHALF IN THE FIRST PRIMARY.
office can provide some assistance as well as 360 Internal ment is about to expire. I know the bill and final Senate action
------.. In putting the complaint Revenue Service Local Service my landlord has raised rents for Is expected In September.
or request in the proper SINCERELYEWELL
new tenants In similar apart
channel. and Compliance Centers ments. Can he now raise my Dr. Curtis W. Tarr, Selec-
lie also emphasized that the throughout the country.Q rent? live Service Director, said:
:\ Carolyn CordiallyWelcomes LAWSON
county ASCS office Is servingas .Are welfare payments A No. If a tenant's lease "Few Incoming freshmen stu-
EuvesRepresentative'! an Information center: for covered by the freeze? expires his rent maynot be dents are likely to be Induc-
all county residents. A No. Welfare paymentsare raised to the level being paid ted In the near future becauseof
Ph. 9G .5812 Normally, the ASCS office: not covered by the freeze. by new tenants in similar units. the student deferment phase
You and Your i
deals primarily with farmers They are not payments for services ....
122 N. Ray St. Family to Your participating: in farm action : rendered and, therefore -- -- :: .
Stark New Home programs In the U.S. Depart are not wages.Q .
i ment of Agriculture. However I'm a teacher. During
the more-than-2800ASCScoun- the summer I received my mas- I r Warning I II
c j The State of Florida ty offices: throughout the Nation ter's degree and, as a result, This Is Too Late !
. have been called: upon to I was to receive a pay Increment
I It la Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and provide Information service on this fall. Can I still get
To Aquaint You With Your City. economic stabilization to all If
*"* '. Citizens: Carver reported, In A Ves Pay Incrementsfor I II
u"< "'" ""''nt ".. ... \f order to give assurance that teachers who receive their t SOMETIMES TFS HARD
If you are nOw.ln the area, ..phone".ooIO every citizen has' direct access master's and other scheduledpay ,;,. .s ;.; '. :
to official: Information. raises dependent upon em- .
call will brine\ you a prompt visit Information received In the ployees completing certain edu- TO GET AHEAD !
county ASCS office: is "across- cational requirements may be I
from your local hostess.' !' Please' !give the-board" he said. It deals paid during the freeze, because t
with all aspects of the Presi! these actions: are bona
I her a call: She has map and many dent's Executive Order on the fide promotions. The employer
however, must be able to certify Football Is Back. But So Are Those
I free and wonderful gifts! for you .
Information Is Included which that such an agreementwas
from local businesses. relates to agriculture and agri In existence. II II t

business, but Is not confined to If the effective dage of the t "Back To School Bills!"
this. teacher's: contract is after August September II

.Y..>..>.&.,.'...".'.,....,. ..."........-...._.'.......'....''.'..''..'..,.,.,....-.................,...'..'.'.'-.'.'.''.'','...-'..'...'.'.'.,'..''..,.,.,.,,.,..,.,.,.,,.,..,,.,.,.,..",'...'...-"""".",",'"'..:..,...,-.........,,<,o;.,,.,,....;.r-.r-.." IS: the Increment must be
no more than the amount that
was granted last year t

Increase Q Can rates my forgasandelec-city government t mI

FPL's new booklet, trlcltv? t

.1:1:: 11mi111t1;;;; :;[; ;; ;1 1 1:1:1i:1:1:::::: 1:1:1:11111111imBMS::: ; I

"How to economize and ,

still: get more benefits I t tt

1 1I
There are alot of new facesin :
from your major the two sixth grade sections. '
Bradford Middle School reporters t tt I'I
talked to some of these t / -..-

electric appliances. new students about BMS.and got their comments -

"I like the school: I like the

This is but of the lunches, and I like It better ,
one page economy t tt
than the elementary : t
booklet now available free of charge one student said. ,
at your appliance dealers or "I don't like the lunches and i
FPL office. %. It's always too cold In school,"
any a F F=''II".i another added. Bill Lundy said -

-.-...... ..... ELECTRIC RANGES he thinks the school: is pretty t tt t
good but a little weird. Otis
'..... .U,.'" Starling commented he likes
the school because the teach-
ers are nice and he likes to .
rotate classes. Otis and t .. t

"NO S't\\l\ 1 c.... Ir..... ,,,,' Bill both thought the lunches: C S I _
.w should only be 30 cents.
\\\O'H\ to ttONOi\\S:\\ fROM IOU :rn.d 0 ,, "" .-I ",OJ.".." ::.:,'oghrl, ..t sort of like the Middle
'" ,
School because of the air
.. conditioning -
MORE u..m.n. _7./: ..
Gt.1 flit and the teachers: ," I

1 cr..... "',. .... Kevin "Ned says. William Coo-

ip1O'''. J A ,... ... on.,1 '"ft ::,:"=04iliCtKC per about says the Middle the thing School he were likes But It's Not Too Late For Next Year .

aIhwl ..f,,' the nice teachers; he doesn't
\ \ \ like mean ones.
:; ." "d Most of the students like having I I II
So Plan Ahead !
f 'wo'.OfF"1 -", lockers while others like
". the famous BMS carpet. It's
% '"
Iwl. .Of- IDod
,. : ;
: easy to see the sixth grade

::: S. :lito. HleH'. ": elm1 Iteds .. students for almost have a every different new lace.opInIon A Little Saved Now Will Certainly Pay-Off Next Fall! t
:; ,. ,....
,;,.ttzth::; A,.. "'dod The seventh period activityand I

n) .. ."r,11) ....-. ,..,. ".. "'' full Intramural swing. period All the has student started A Reminder From. .
... Iii j; "'d I'''',,, ;., flhISQQtkj"$, divided into five
.. were groups
ond ..... If .. ...... ...
"'" ,.., p.. which: Included Individual scholastic t IOut
1 "' -It. help (julet games(check t
,::;., ..z ./.. ""' "
:,.,. "' lor ers, bought games), semi-
.. ...
.04... ,.., .... IWt 1w .. active: games (pin bowling, dnlkllng Hours:
., .= :':""" """"" ::: bocce balls), active .
D .- ,. .... ,....., a.-.... -.., games (skip ropes, ping pong) Moil thru Thun.. 9a.m. to I p.*.
__ 1MurF. ., OfF flit and intramural games like vol- Friday .- 1.11to S:30: p... )

: b1I' leyball,students baseball and stay horseshoe.The In one. t Cfosad Saturday.

group for three weeks and then U LOAN ASSOCIATION,
f rotate to a new group. In addition !
students could elect to 0ThAJ2 t
DlaJ'u.. take Drill Team or Chorus on t
a permanent basis Instead of the (M4 N41...M wnt IMMON men
'r other activities.: ,,-....ase.

Bruce Moyers and Mike Sanders A
: r -
-- Reporters. -. -

i ';. t....... .....'SiW' .>>>' .... w'-m Sent. 30. 1971 TELEGRAPH Page ISI



For !Mrs. Smith
Homecoming Sunday Oct. 3, The Morgan Road Chapel will
At SLlark's! Grace Baptist Church GriffU have Homecoming on Sunday J

Loop, Rev. Leon T. Odom Jr. Oct. 3, with dinner on th. ,
Mrs. Juanita M. Smith, 84, Pastor. There wll be Bible grounds and singing In the af- t t -
of Stark, died Wednesday.Sep teaching Bible preaching and ternoon. Everyone Is Invitedto -::

22, In a local hospital after a special singing featuring Rev. attend.
long lllnes. She was born litBennetUvllle and Mrs. Virgil Lovett, and ::
S.C. on Sept. 29, Franklin Naxworth. A covered BAYLESSI HIGHWAY BAPTIST .:
1886, and lived In St. Peters- dish dinner will be served ft .;
burg and Brevard, N.C. before 1 p.m. The public Is cordially Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship '
Invited to attend.Services Service II a.m. Church CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRIST
She was a member of the Order training 6:30: () p.m. Evening Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. 4)2 N. St. Clair St., Stark. Sunday School '::43 ajn. BAPTIST MISSION AT MELROSE ,
of Eastern Star the Uni- Held Worship 7:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng Morning Worship II ajn.Youth U.S. 301 Norm behind Taste .."'
WednesdayPrayer Meeting, Schedule of Services:
ted Daughters of the Confederacy For Mrs. Stunner Service 8 p.m. Evening Worship worship U ...n. Sunday Fellowship 6 pjn.Choir Practice. Frees Drive m, Sunday Bible 10:00
and the Episcopal 7:30 p.m. 7 Evening. 7 p.m. Youth Night Wednesday. 8 pjn.Ray. School 10 ajn. Worship Service Sunday 11:00 .' ,
RobinsonST. p.m.Thursday Worship : a.
Church. In Providence Rev. J.D. night Prayer Meet- Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Robert D. Burch : 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Pray a.m. Morning
Surviving are her husband. 7:30() ....tin&. Friday 7:30 p.m. er Service 7:30 p.m. W... m. Evening Worship,. p.m.
: P.m.David All other Evenings 8:00: p.m.
Leonard F. Smith; three daughters Mrs. Nancy Victoria Sum- EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Hodges, Pastor If... Y.W. Kldd, pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day. I
Mrs Harry Sellers Ashvtlle. ner, S3, died Monday Sept CHURCH STARKE -Leroy' Olive, pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHR1&1IANCHURCH ';., '
N.C.; Mrs. S.S. Fields, 27. In a Palatka hospital after Father James Cregan,pastor StfYRNA 1CC9DONAKYBAPTEST! Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Grlffla associate pastor
Tupper Lake N.Y.; and Mrs. a long Illness. She had Saturday Mass 7 p.m. Sunday, CHURCH WNCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship,, n.Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
Roy Mathus West Palm Beach; lived In Bradford County for Mass, 10 a.m Holy Day Maul MS W. Pratt St. Sunday 9ervleesi School 9:30: ; Training 6:30.: Evening Worship", 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH WON hip, 1 II! ajn. Evening
one son, Robert S. Pearce Arden :SO years before moving to Pal- 7 p.m. Confessions Saturday 8 Sunday School 10 a.m. Union Sunday 10:15 ajn.t; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrympla, Pastor. BROOKERSunday Worship, 7.-James Shaw, pas'
N.C.i; three stepsons, Leonard atka 11 years ago. U- tor.
Preaching 11 ana Training 11 a.m.; Evening. Worship. School. 10 ajn. Worship -
F. Smith Jr., Paxton, Funeral services were held p.m.School of Religion: -- High 9:45: pjn. Evening Worship Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services 11 a.m. and 7
Fix; William C. Smith Philadelphia at 2 lI.m.- Wednesday In the School Sunday 7 to 8 p.m. 7 p.m.E"I7GDelcome.WUbur 7130 W.-: pjiui.,.Prayer Sunday School 10 a.m. Morala p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Pa.; and Thomas L. Providence Baptist Church near Dyess, pastor. PattorRev.Robert West. WorsMP. 11 ajjut Evening Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER FLA. :
Lake Butler with
Gainesville broth3r
Smith .
;ooe Rev. Jim Templeputor.Sun- '
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Worship.. 7:30: p.m.j Prayer
Williams and Rev. Pete Dyse
Jack Thompson Black Mountain day School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
Interment In CHURCH CHURCII OF GOD Meeting 7:30jun. Wednesday.Rev. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
officiating. was
N.C.; two sisters Mrs. Olustee Cemetery.Surviving Sunday School 10:00: a.m., OF PROPHECY. BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST J.C. S.undere pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Superintendent.Training
Iona O'Brlan and SaldoeFlnney Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Lowell
Mrs. i ton, 6:45: p.m. Douglas,
Worship 11:00 a.m..
are three daughters Morning : Sunday. School, 10 sum. Morn- 1 Worship 11 a.m. and 7
both of St. Petersburg; 7:30 Worship a.m. Training MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services U
Evening Worship : p.m. Young
ten grandchildren and six Mrs. Ruby Waldron Hampton Mg S.rvic.mEvaageUstlc Union 7 pjn. Evening Wor- 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music -
Sunday 9:43: ajn. Sunday John a.m. :
Mrs. W.R. Gibson Wednesday. Everyone wel PP..... S p.m. Rev. Ross, pastor.
a Wednesday Night
greatgrandchildren.Funeral ; 7 ship pjn. School 11 a.m..Morning Worship director.
services were heldat Jacksonville; Mrs. Doris Stunner come. Service pjn. service, 7:30 pjn. Everyone 6 Training Union ;
Robert Ralston, Pastor. Wednesday. Prayer Meeting pjn.
4 In St. Mark's Palatkal.three
p.m. Friday 7 Evening Worship KEILBRONN BAPTIST
Come and p.m.
Episcopal Church with Rev. sons, Aaron :Stunner: :Starke; 7:30 ton. worship L.L. Parker pastor. Wednesday. 7:30: PrayerServlces. Highway US Northwest ofLawtey CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Winton P. Sumner Palatka Sunday School 10 a.m.
John M. Flynn and Rev Harry Crockett C. Sumner Tampa;, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH withRev.. Bobby Harris, pasts ( Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Sunday school, 9:45: a.m.
STARKE .-Rev. Bob Cooper. Morning Worship, II. Training
conducting. inter-
59 Service. 7:30
: Night
grandchildren, and 81 great : p.m.
ment was !In St. Paul-In-the- grandchildren Sundav Brotherhood MeetIng GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service -
7:30: ; Sunday School 9:45: : ; FREE WILLBAP'J'1STCHURCH Morning Worship II a.m. Pra- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Valley Cemetery, BrevardN.C. Palatka Masters Funeral Home of Morning Worship at 11, sermon Cor. Ash i Chestnut. Sunday Services Booster Band, Young Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 7:30: p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, Service, 7:30.: .' ,
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral was In charge of ar- "Lord to Whom Shall We School fcJOt: Morning Worship, People, and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship. 11a.m.,.- pastor. -Rev. L, Tommy Howe .',

Home was In charge of local rangements. Go? Training Union, 6:15: ; tlj League, 4 tNlcbtSenb., p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.Midweek Inc Worship 7pm.:Wed Prayer LAURA pastor. '.
; .
arrangements p.m. -- Rev. ja.perWUlfaNpastor. ; Bible BAPTIST CHURCH
Evening Worship, 7:30: sermon Service Wednesday Meeting and Study, 7p.m.
9:45 .
"Lessons of the Loaves 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Sudsy a.m.; ; CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
SERVICE MENAirman oUhlp, Ila.m.Even-
G.F. Prevatt.
Pastor. pastor Everyone
and Fishes. liW Worship 7:30 p.m. Mid- LATTER DAY SAINTS
R.J. DctheaServices Monday Trustees Meeting
week Bible Study Wednesday 1404 E. Bessent Road
5:30 Youth Choir 7 p.m. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
: p.m. 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
Held Tuesday WMS Executive Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Highway 100 at Theressa) Be f la church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch"'l,10> a.m. Sacrament -
At Jones ChapelRobert Board Meeting, 9:30: a.m.; Program Worship Ilk Junior and Senior Sunday School10 ajn. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH !: ; 6 p.m.
10:30: ; Covered Dish MYF groups, 8 p.m. Worship II a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvis pastor. Monday Mia 7:30: pjn.
Lunch 12 noon; Young Musi- Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30: p.m. | Evening 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship. Tuesday Primary 4:30
James Bethea 63, of clans Choir 3:30: ; G.A. Meet- 7 pjn. Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 Wednesday ,- Relief Society p.m.,
Starke died Thursday Sept. Ing. 4:15. 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Wednesday Night Prayer Services pm. Youth Group Meeting,Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30: p.m.

23, In a local hospital after a Wednesday Family Night JsW. 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. CHURCH. MACCLENNY Jesse D, Branson Branch
sudden Illness. Bom In Dillon, wFf Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng -DeWitt T. Feral.,. Jr. Packham pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy President. ,
S.C. on July 31, 1908, he had and R.A. Meeting 6:30: ; Jay Mass, 5:30: p.m. ,

lived in Starke since 1951 corning Teachers and Officers MeetIng LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL. .
here from New York. 7:15: : ; Church Choir Prac HOLINESS", CHURCH ----
Mr. Bethea was a Veteranof tice. 8:15.Thursday: Sunday School 9:43: ; ----1-
World War n and the Kor- Music Makers Morning Worship ham Youth
ean Conflict and had servedIn Choir Practice 3:30; Church- Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship \1

the military for 26 years wide Visitation, 7 p.m. 7 pjn.Tuesday. I A move to worship GOD .
retiring from the U.S. ArmyIn W.A. Hogan, pastor. Prayer Meeting 7:30:
1962. In recent years he had pjn. I In His HOUSE I I. a J I II .
been employed as a guard at -Rev. W.B. Challllce1.IIB.tor. ",
the Sperry-Rand plant near ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I j

Gainesville.Surviving are Ms wife Blb- Holy CHURCH Eucharist,STARKE let and 3rd GRACE BAPTISTCHURCHSTARKE I: if MOVE in the :

ushe Belskl Belhea of Starke; Sundays 11 a.m. Morning I
one son Alfred Bethea Lan- Prayer 2nd, 4th and :5th Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning -
and Anthony E. Castlen, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: :
ham Md.; four brothers Worship DIRECTION
two sisters. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. Union, 6:30: p.m.Evening Worship : RIGHT f., :
Funeral services were held Stokes, Brooker, has completed -John M. Flynn, Rector 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer ;

at 2 p.m. Friday In Jones Memorial basic training at Lackland Meeting, 7:30.Rev.. Leon T. I J''
1 Chapel with Rev. Rob- ''AFBJ; Texas. CARD OF THANKSWe Odom Jr., pastor. I To attend Church It the first step In finding God

ert D. Burch officiating.( Inter- He has been assigned to Cha- are sincerely grateful to I
ment was In Barrancas National nute, AFB, 111., for training In friends and neighbors) for their AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH : To attend regularly ta to continue In the right direc, : II : "

Cemetery: Pensacola at aircraft egtdpmept"traintenance. .., : -", I many kind acts of sympathy Sunday School. -, understandGod'i
2 p.m. Monday with military during our sad bereavementOur Ing Worship, 11 s.m."Evsnl; g I Ii lion and gives one an opportunity to if: I ;
honors. DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Airman Castlen Is a 1970 appreciation cannot be jji" .nI
Worship. 7 Wed. Prayer -
Home was In charge of graduate of Bradford High adequately expressed.The famIly Meeting p.m.and;Bible Study. I I y will in hi* Mr Now i i. the time to make your !{ I
arrangements. School. of Robert J. Bethea.
7 Young Peoples Meet-
f-.pjn.every Monday 7 p.m. I move. Choose the way that will lead you to God. j r rI I III

.. ..... CARD OF THANKS ,-. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone -
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We wish to our -
express Welcome. II Attend Church a .i gi 1

lIIe'-: those thanks friends and and appreciationto neighborswho ) I XIX}} !: I ',
;;j WWiif; your heat expressed their concern ST. EDWARD'S, STARKE Co11I0LlCCHURCH I 1[ I II

In so many ways during the Father James Cregan,pastor. Tin Church It' Sod'i appointed! ng.n Illness and death of our wile I ot' His' !taro for' man and I
Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday lot spreading the knowledge< f.t!
I b1 YOUR FUEL and mother. -- L.F. Smith and Mash 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass. I I of' his demand 'lor man t 10 respond to that 1 lore by i : I
it" in the
His grounding !
7p.m. loving kit neighbor. Without ,'::::
Confessions -- Saturday 6 I lov 0'' God, no gownmtnt or warty of way efli ylI I "
1 #.I G07Q2T CARD OF THANKS pjn. ..jlliong pofiovirt and the 'Irotdomt which wt hold "
I BILLS School of Religion: I door will. inlVllahly i ptmri.. Thtntort. wen i Irom ;, ; ; .
The family of Mrs. Carrie Grade School -- Sunday 11 should tupped the Church sq
t a MlHih! point of' mow. one 1I I I'or
car, .yvI Ward acknowledge with grate a.m. to 12 noon. willore of himiolf, and hit family
take el' /the
I the
I ful appreciation the kind In expressions High School -- Wednesday I island that, however. every per.on should uphold L I II I
r of sympathy the 7 to 8p.m. ill.llllh. truth
Church hecowe
and pgrtiopoto
loss of our loved one. For I heath which II I
life" death' and destine; the
I the flowers cards and food.A ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL annul mon '
II + special thanks to DeWitt C. CHURCH. STARKE I oleos will, tot him free' to live! ot a child of' Cod. 1 I .

I Jones Funeral Home Rev. R. Holy Eucharist lei and 3rd 1

D. Burch and Rev. W.S. Mc- Sundays, 10 a.m.Morning Prayer .. A". Mrs.i I "
..;. I AUley. 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday (
t 10
I !;t1 a.m.John M. lynn., Hector I
';.igj ,. CARD OF THANKS ,
I. >
"I Our recent sad loss leavesus STARKE CHURCH i i: 1I I

I with grateful hearts toward OF-CHRIST. I "' :. '- I
t.r neighbors) and friends Your Bible 10 Worship
School i.m. -
i iI iI v. ""
I comforting expressions of sympathy Services, II '".m. and '''__M_ ,
and thoughtfulness will 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wed- rI rf ;:4 ;:C
I !
always be remembered -- The nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible Of{ NtJrA wjj 7iiflli i ilj ] i !AiAiAit\1I; I
I 1 family of Ronald Griffls. Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church !

, located ops block west on SR ________________ __ __ __ ___-----
, I I II 16.
II J.P.H. Bell minister

I'I I Sunday School I 19() a.m. Morning '< SERVICE
; Worship U a.m. Youth k
I tII -, Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- $' .! 4S' EST Kill ErfMprxis |Ph. 064-7231
ship 7:30: pjn. Rev. TommyI.
I I.. Hllllard. pastor, i1 ONT Q Tire 1'rulnA'

I S S I Ak FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD -T. H.adliA'htdjustlnA'' ,
a. mss' CIL
I 0 0 Charle Ralford Road Weldon s.- Brake Service
: : Phone 994-6111 :
I I Charles Thomas paitor. Carl Hunt Wheel Balance nnd .
Sunday School ibsjn. Mora-
I 1 I I lag Worship. IL Sunday Eveo1 5.19:i E. Call St. Slnrke, KU.) Alignment
OWn 1 tag. 7
pjn.Thursday(right 7:30. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
I JohnsAbout l"I'Ion.96..51-15) for FREE AIR! 'CONDITION SERVICE

Mlwmy' SOl and 100 t
I Thla Question: 1 Inspections and E.timatee AU Minor Repairs

II Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the) ceiling MADISON STREET .10 B. Tes B4e. SUrke 617 N. Temple \u. Stark 1
I until some of it finally step down to the living BAPTIST CHURCH .
I leveL If you own an ordinary heater you know "Our business office in Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. .
how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler exposed to many risks: Morning Worship !11: Church :
I heated destruction of our build. Training 6:15: : ; WMU! Prayer BRADFORD
doe just the opposite your floor geta STARKE BUILDERS
Circle 7:15 EDWARDS
: Evening
Fret Heat is not wuted on the ceiling; and out the Inl' and equipment by fire 7:30.: ; Worship, '

.' I chimney.: Don't close off rooms this winter and pay 1 wind or explosion, and the Monday- Youth Choir Prac- SUPPLIES. Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT: CO.Eisturlag .

I high fuel bills to boot.. .order your new Siegler now. loss of earnings during tice Children's Choir Practice -

such business Interruption 7 p.m. Groceries-Meal.-Feed Better I Your
IT PAYS ; theft or loss of money TuesdayPrayer Group, 9:30:
and valuable papers a.m. Mission Friends, Girls _,.... Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL % Till Problem

: "It's A Fact You Can liability premise!for. Is injuries the new on OF.the to.WednesdayPray Action Acteens, 3:30 Meeting: p.m. aad 8orU. Good. Jack and Gladys Edward Aulrad.U. *)
FICE PACKAGE POLICY : p.m. Adult Choir Practice 8. SOl South Stark. Till Insurance ;
I Do Better At" 1 8:30.: 'Chech With U. rirat" ; ;
from the Charley E. John; -Denton Sumrall, Pastor PHONE M4.B312 I5.HV.. Cull 1 Ph, 4-SMt
Agency the answer to out 219 Waaklag. St. M4-B270 !
I multiple risks?" .

Charley E. CHURCH Intersection of Highways 18 CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. f{$1 .

I COMPANY : JOHNS AGENCY Wells North Ptltor.and 225. Rev W a ms 0..... 117.TtMM We Snu !. Twelve: NexlheMst FlorUc. ....... -HclftNC. Our ......... I.it.) I1A1.r. _

I 434 W. can SI.. P'". M4-U27 !I 131 So. Walnut St. Service Sunday* at U.Evening: ; Service IOitac rfv"--K yste*. H.......-..... 471-4til ::nSenices

STARKE, FLORIDA J 1 Phone 9644070 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30
---- p.m. .

Pare 16 TFI FP.RAPH, Sent 30, 1 971

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KEYSTONE HEIGliTs""MELR"6"sE""l: Over 816,000On 1

5 Counts I Branford S Squeaks

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Robert S. Green, of Keystone ;

Heights, is being held in Clay

I I Keystone Hilites I r News NotesBy over County;$16,000 Jail on under five after bonds county being totaling last arraigned 10-6 By KeystoneBy

I i By GLORIA REDFEARN I Friday before Judge Graham
I Helen Egan Hutchison it Lake Geneva. -- -
Pl.o.. Call
473-3283 T
or 4734132GARDEN WOMAN'S CLUB conflict on October 6, Green, who was recently returned Mike Chltty
from Jail In Nashville ;
CLUB on "Know Your Mrs. Albert Bachmann, of Branford's Bucaneers used ,
School 'tOre
Term., pleaded not guilty to a ray s
OF TIE A Keystone Heights,
panel was chosen for this charge of forgery and the one-man attack: of 1970 All-
Now year books were distributed Purpose as follows: First dent of the Melrose Woman's An Invitation has been extended requested State selection Gary Beach to
a preliminary Bond
to the 23 members Speaker, Charles Rider Principal Club, reported on the State by the Melrose Wo- edge Keystone Heights' Indians -
set at
was $10,001 this
present at the first Fall meetIng informed the Board Meeting of the Federa- man's Club to the Community 10-6 In the first Suwa-
of the Garden Club assembly tion of Woman's Club which Church Congregation to attend charge.
the of a law from the State Legis- lie also pleaded nnee l Klver Conference game / 1 S
Lakes, held In the home of the lature on child abuse. Anyone she attended on Sept 20, 21, Open House on October 3 from to charge of not guilty of the season played in Key-

new President Mrs. J. Miller with knowledge of a child bd- 22 at Fort Lauderdale. Visitors 3 to 5 p.m. at the Club House. a embezzlement grand larceny stone Heights Friday night.
Wrinkle, on Sept. 23. Co-Hos Ing abused or neglected should to the Board Meeting from Larry Daniels will be guest requesting A 190-pound quarterback

tesses were Mrs. M.II. Falkel, report such Information. The the Melrose Club were Mrs. speaker at the Melrose Wo- was preliminary set at $3.001.hearing, and bond Beach scored all 10 of the

Mrs. Ralph Barker and Mrs. adult education classes Paley Boyd, Mrs. John Strawn, man's Club October 20 lunch- Green Bucaneers' points and setu
were guilty to three
D.M. Pater. Two and Miss Iva 11IIIyer. eon and Program meeting at
guests Mrs.
the benefit of charges of worthless checks p the lone touchdown. It is
Houser and All State officers District 12 lie is from the Florida
Grace Mrs. Dorothy those Interested. noon. -
an effort and bond set the second squeaker has
Presidentsof was at a total
Officers, and Club Federation of Farm Bur-
Champagne, were also wel- to halt
vandalism at the lost this
school of $108 on all three season.Beach
comed. a fathers the Federation Clubs of Florida eau and his topic will be "Sa-
vandalism patrol Is Sentence will be pronouncedat took KIl's second half
attended the conference.The fety in the Home"
After being served
dessertand being organized. Fathers are the October term of JP kick and raced 60 yards to tileIndians'
coffee the members purpose of this meetingwas On October 23 the public Is
encouraged to
volunteer their court, when hearings will also 11. Two plays later he
Fall to conduct regular business Invited to dinner at the
plans for a Sale of dried services for enjoya
possibly be held the scored the Bucaneers'lone
once a on other charges.
of the Federation and to Club House in Melrose at
arrangements! dried materials, month or two months. No one Green is a former employeof then kicked the extra point to "'
plan for the year's work for $1.50. Mrs. Ralph Stevens Is
dish gardens, plants and baked
will be allowed on the school TV Service Center in Key- put Branford ahead 70.
goods to be held on Saturday, grounds except during school 197172.The in charge. stone Heights where the em- Beach kicked a 45 yard field THE INDIAN TACKLES are, ten to right, Larry Koepper, Mike I
Nov. 13. Time and place to be hours or during authorized activities Club regular meeting scheduled for Octo-- FAITH PRESBYTERIANThe bezzlement is alleged to have goal later In the third period Wrinkle, Jack Meek, and Jim Leukel.
announced at the October meet-
taken place.Keystone. after Branford's Lee Hatch Intercepted -
ber was held on September 29 First Fall Fellowship _
Indian It
Ing.A; donation to CARE was at the Club House due to agra Family Dinner was held on an pass. Intercepted three of Keystone'soasses. Friday.The .
ap Coach discussed took Branford nine plays to
Roy Bayless then
Members Sept. 24 at 6:30.: Forty; mem- indians are winless in
proved. are asked to
Baptist to the 101 45 to with
move get
his for the
program Dilations! bers and visitors enjoyed the Indian Coach Roy Bayless two outings, losing 14-9 to St.
old'eye glasses to the
bring year which will include a basketball The next PTA Meeting will excellent food and the social Revival Brings distant field goal range. says he Is proud of the way his Joseph's in their opener in a

October meeting. and golf program for be held, Thursday Oct. 14. getting together for fellowship Keystone fought back, score boys played in their losing last minute touchdown.
Plans were made for mem- DecisionsThe ing with Just 18 seconds left
girls. He stated that there has calen- Forty
Mark this date on your and all were l inspired cause. The coac h stressed his
bers to attend the Fall District been an Improvement In the Is In the game on a 33-yard pass
dar. An interesting program players did not STATISTICS
and give
are looking forward to the up when
IV at St. Au-
meeting from halfback Paul Leino
lighting system on the football being prepared. next dinner. First Baptist Church of to down 10-0, as most teams would. Branford KH

gustine. Those at Keeton field by an additional 16 WOMAN'S CLUBSeptember These Fellowship Dinners are Keystone Heights held its final Robin Henderson. A run for a His Indians have also improved First Down 5 8
tend will meet
two point conversion failed.
lights It was noted that the held the revival service Sunday over the first Y ds. Rushing 102 86
City Hall at 7:30 was a busy month on fourth Friday of each night game,
Heights : a.
October 25. Theme of the Boosters Club was responsiblefor at the Woman's Club of Keystone month. Many new friends and with Dr. James H. Wright, Jr., Coach Bayless says lie feels Yds. Passing 0 97
m., the new concrete bleachers. evangeUst bringing his last Keystone threatened serio- the Indians are Just Passes 0-8-0 7-20-3
f is "Honey-Do." Heights, with an Executive members become new acquaintances a fraction Compl
meeting amend Season football tickets are on Board Meeting a Card or renewal of older inspiring gospel message. More usly in the first half, the only 'rom being a winning team. Punts 6-35-0 5-40-0
voted to the
It was sale at the rate of $5 for adults Party, luncheon sponsored by bonds. than 40 decisions were made threat of the half, when the Indiana Except for a couple of ser- Fumbles lost 3 1
club circles by-laws of to the permit Garden garden Club- and $2.50 for children.It the club, three catered affairs during the seven evenings of blocked a Bucaneer punt ies of play, the Indians played Yds. Penalized 20 221/2

of the Lakes to be formed as was reported that the county Including a luncheon,dinner anda CRAFTS CLASS the revival services, making and recoverd the pigskin on the good ball against Branford, the
; has authorized $2,000 towardour wedding reception. The Thursday afternoon this the most successful revival Branford 10. But a 27-yard coach says Score by quarters:
This will ladies
needed. encourage athletic program. The annual Open House was Crafts Classes resumed meetings in the Church's history. field goal attempt failed. Branford 00 100-10
not able to attend after- Pete Morgan, President the "This is fine bunch of
held Sunday Sept. 26 from in the Crafts Building on Name of the game in Key- a boysto KII 0006-6
on ,
noon meetings to Join a morn Student Government, explained work with and I'm
3 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Earl Voyles Sept 30 at 1:30: p.m. Mrs. Baptismal services were held sine Friday night was defense. still
ing or evening group, If enoughare the primary function of Oils or- Club President, and membersof John Brennan was in charge. Sunday night when the followingwere Branford managed 102 yards looking for good things from Touchdowns:

interested. ganization. Its basics are to the Executive: Board were in Interested folk are cordially Invited added to the Church roll: rushing but did not complete a them," Coach Bayless says. Branford I) Beach II yd. run;

Plans for the coming year create harmony among the students the receiving line and greeted to attend these weekly Miss Carrie Ranew, Frank pass in eight attempts. Key- The Indians will host Chief- Ep. Beach kick. 2)) Beach 45

for the High School Gardeners and the entire community.; the many members and guests sessions. Marshall and son, Jay, and stone rushed for 86 yards and land tomorrow night In a non- yd. field goal.Keystone .

were also discussed. About The student government is responsible who attended. daughter Pat; Gene Wheelerand completed seven of 20 passes conference contest. Chlefland I) Henderson 33 yd.

25 young people will attend establishing Youth October schedule dates are: WORLD WILD COMMUNIONOn son, Steve. Also added to, for another :yards BranfordA lost 30.0 to Lake Butler last pass from Lelno.
the monthly workshops to be Council Its purpose being that the Church roll by letter wore _
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conducted at the Keystone of an advisory group. At pre- Tuesday Executive: Oct Board 5,2 p.m.Meeting October 3, the Congregation Mrs. Gene Wheeler, Miss Cher - -- Miss Vanessa Millican

Heights school. sent they are encouraging Luncheon and Card Party of Faith Presbyterian! Listen Pickren, Miss Fixed
The October 28 meeting will youths between the ages of 18 ; Church will observe World- Laura Pickren, Cindy Fowler, Honored A t Shower
the club
sponsored by ------.1
be held at the home of Mrs. and 21 to exercise: their votingttobereSsisythe Oct. IS 12 wide Communion Sunday at the Susan Smith, and John Leonard -
Roy Bridges. Members are Miss Vanessa Millican.
for 11 a.m. Worship Service. The Other recent membersby Applies
asked to bring odd dishes,plans last day Business Meeting Tuesday, lllth General Assembly has designated letter are Mr. and Mrs. bride-elect of October I, was
Oct. 12 2
for dish gardens, and dried registration.Dick p.m. honored at a bridal tea shower -
October Wm L. Harrell.
3 of
as a Day
"Cedar fish at the
Key" fry
materials. Lovorn, School Board Prayer and Fasting for fixed base operator, Orville Ing vote when the purchasewas on Saturday, Sept. 25 from
Representative, mentioned last Club House Friday, Oct. 22, In Indochina.IN peace Different members of the Lippert, of Savannah approved 3-1. 3 to 5 o'clock at the home of

DUPLICATE BRIDGE year's accomplishments as follows 5 to 7:30: p.m.Program Church were selected to fill Beach, Ga., has applied for a Walking asked for and was Mrs. Gilbert Heed. Assisting

Winners' for Tuesday, Sept. : Acquired land across Meeting and covered MEMORIAM a pew each evening of the revival position at the Keystone Alr- given authority to purchase asphalt Mrs. Reed In entertaining were

14, were: First, Mrs Michael from the school for the pur- dish luncheon, Oct. 26, Members and friend. and an award was givennightly Airport was referred to the for use at the airportup Mrs. Floyd Ollrte and Mrs.

Falkel and Mrs. F.T, Hogue pose of a new high school, 12 noon.Macrame'. their sympathy in the express passing in the form of the new Committee Roy Watkins to the amount of $600. lie Mike I'underburk.

Second, Mrs. Loeb Duncan and construction of three new portables classes will meetat of Col. T.A. Hancock on Sept. book, "The Late, Great Planet chairman, at the last reg was also authorized to apply A yellow, gold, and green

Mrs. E.E. Hollowayi; Third, and Installation of air the club house on October 21. Earth," which is based on prophecy ular council meeting.The for payment of $2,500 from a color scheme was used In the

Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. conditioning In the school U- 11, 18, and 25, and November 1, written by Hal Lindsey city's agreement with federal agency for conserva- decorations and Miss Millican

Raymond Starnes; Fourth, Mrs. brary. 8, and 15 from nine to 12 noon. COMMUNITY CHURCH and C.C. Carlson. Homer Satterfield, present airport tion plantings at the airport was presented a corsage of
and Mrs. John The full course! of six weeks leasee, will yellow! carnations by the hos-
Paley Boyd They brought out that the "Mother Albert Holt expire next tract
| Strawn. Winners for Thursday,' school board had abolished the will be offered for $10 per panied by her eldest accom-Albert Winning "pew packers"were February and Satterfield has Councilman Huntley Red- tesses.

Sept. 15: First Mr. and Mrs.'" dress code and {the flIowIngJ\i! person.." .' and his wife son attended, : Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Whld*. .*.. announced, that he will 'not ap- learn, Jragaweaned.,! the coun- Miss Pam Anthony kept Uiebride's

Michael Falkel; Second, Mr. has been adopted: personal appearance COMMUNITY CHURCH" "**'' Community Church services don Mrs. Bertha Severertce:"L* ply for a"'renewal. In a recent' ''cWs attention to'{insanitary and guest book.

and Mrs. Raymond Starnes; to be neat clean, The General Meeting of the Sunday. It was a such a surprise Paul Lelno.;'Kathy Neylans, statement Satterfield said that unsightly conditions resulting The honoree received many

Third, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartlett and hair well groomed. Shoesor Community Church Women will and a pleasure to see Mike Voyles, Zachery Andrews the new airport hangar is not from the public's misuse of litter lovely gifts
Fourth, Mrs. Paley Boyd sandals must be worn. Girls properly designed for efficient barrels the
; on
Mother Holt and her ever Mrs. Lester Sheets, and Bill ,
be held Monday Oct. at gracious
on ,
and Mrs. John Strawn. skirt length to be of today's 1 Please note this is smile and handsake. She Belote. A grand prize for the storage of planes and that it and the dumping of trash at Miss Millican was honored

Winner for Tuesday, Sept. style. Slacks and shorts may afternoon pjn. The an now resides at Wesley Manor. largest number of people pre- also does not provide suitable the rear of stores in the business with a bridal shower on Mon

21, were: Mrs. Rowen Hum be worn. Midriffs or backless meeting. program Mr. and Mrs. Walter Byron sent was Dr. W.A. Criswell's working area for aircraft main district. He agreed to day, Sept. 27, at the home of

and Mrs. R.N. Livingston; Second apparel may not be worn.Skirts is and prepared by Dr.Program L.C. who have both been on the sick, "Expository Sermons on the tenance and servicing.The check with the Department of Mrs. Bob McCormick. Co-hos

Mrs. Ray Becker and must be worn by boys. No hatsor Gayle Chairman presented Mrs.by L.C.- list, were able to be back in Revelation," a five-volume set hargar has not yet been Transportation to see what can tesses with Mrs. McCormickwere

Mrs. W.J. Grollck; Third, caps allowed. their of books was won by Paul put into service as there are be done about moving the bar- Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Mrs.
Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. All panel members were Introduced Gayle and the President of 1heWomen's They usual pew last Sunday. Lelno who brought In 77 pe0- some deficiencies that must rels out of the city limits. Cecil Harper, and Mrs. Paul

C.V. Home; Fourth, Mrs. Michael by the Program Chair- Organization, Mrs. better.say they are feeling much ple. be corrected and the city has After a lengthy discussion the Tyre.

and Mrs. F.T. Hogue man, Mrs. Robert Eklund. Barry Wyman and the Program called on the bonding com- Council approved a request by Refreshments! were served by

Winners for Thursday evening, Announcement was made by Committee. Please attend, EASTERN STAR Paul, who is the Keystone pany for redress since the con- Frank Wai rath. Jr., made sev- the hostesses after the hon-

Sept. 23: First, Mrs. W.J. Gro- C.A. Whlsenant concerning the bring a friend and enjoy the Keystone Heights Eastern Indians' football captain, tractor has failed to respondto eral months ago, for a permitto noree opened her gifts, and

llck and Mrs. C.W. Hardy; Second "Band Aides." It was noted that program. Star Chapter meeting will be brought members of the football demands by the city. operate a day nursery on several games were enjoyed.

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond due to the scheduling during HERE 'N THERE held on October 5 at 8 p.m. squad, Coach Roy Bay- The Council has agreed to his premises In the city. Approval

Starnes; Third, Mr. and Mrs. school hours, some of the experienced Sam of Little with Worthy Matron Mattie Lee leas, and the Cheerleaders after purchase a copying machineat was given on condition Children's Bible
| Michael Falkel; and Fourth, band members are LakeGeneva Kingsbury and Worthy Patron the practice session Thurs- a cost of $495 for the pur- that no more than nine chile

Mr. and Mrs. Al Bachmann. unable to attend band sessions. the Keystone,Heights a member Sports-of Floyd Koons presiding. A social day night, along with other pose of processing municipal dren be enrolled at a time, Club Meetings

Afternoon sessions will be made our will be held following classmates. These records. and that suitable fencing and
Club scored the young people Start Oct.
mans on second 5th
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PTA available for those who wish the Chapter Meeting In the ban- filled the entire balconyand Purchase of the proposed reconditioned playground facilities be installed -
weekend of the Bow Sea-
The Keystone Heights PTA to take advantage of this op. quet hall of Melrose Masonic of auditorium.This machine was questioned .
when he killed 85 part Good In for
son an pound things are store
meeting was held Thursday portunity.; If Interested, con- Temple in Keystone. was the best service during by Councilman Gay Livingston Mayor Ray Starnes reported
doe while In the 1-6
all and
hunting Key- boys girls, grades ,
Sept. 16, at the school. An Informative tact your teacher or music the revival in which 29 decisions on the grounds that that a total of $178 was collected
: Cha-
the New Life Children's
stone Heights Airport area. at
program was given teacher for further Informa GARDEN CLUB were made, mostly a- other types of copying equip in fines and forfeitures in
Humphries shot through each Tuesday for hour
was pel one
tion. For the Interest of future The first fall meeting of the ment should be investigated! cases handled by the police department -
:('f.:;.:::::;::: :: ::::: the lungs at approximately 35 mong the young people. right after school starting October -
;; ;:::: ::;;;::: ::::: ::( : band members,Junior band Club was held at the home of first and he cast a dissent- during the previous ,
from tree stand With : The
yards a J. rolling chapel
will be In effect during school its President, Mrs. J. Miller month.
the held of Bill Owen, Tracy --- will be parked on the corner
S.E. MCKAY ----
hours for grades four through 23. Twenty- Safety Chairman
Wrinkle Livingston
on Sept. ; rI
and "Hoss" Baker and Alvin of Magnolia and Pecan Streets
seven. three members attended and Hu hison: Named j--1 reported that traffic within the
Judge ]
REALTORK.yaton. Courey, who had killed a doe next to the Dodd home.
The Halloween Carnival date many plans were programmed I city Is under far better controlat
the week with well Included the this
a on program

Hta. 473.4816) was Oct. announced 30. Mrs. George to be Saturday Richardson -, placed arrow, and Mrs. Hum- One Sale of of the floral projects arrangements is a fall, I To Adrnini strative Post j jof plimented the present the police time,department and com- year will be Slngtime, visual-

phries, they found the deer ized Bible stories and objectless
Is Chairman the Com- dried materials, dish gardens, on the improvement. .
mittee and Is encouraging after trailing It through water and baked This is scheduled Civil Procedure as amende- ons; a memory program.
participation goods. Judge Graham Hutchison of
HOMES. ACREAGES and thick underbrush for ap- Mailbox Club, and prizes, Including -
and assistance In organizing 100 Hum- for Nov. 13.HOMEMAKERS Lake Geneva has been appointed August 11, 1971, was effective The
prlxmately yards. summer
RENTALS this event. If you are by Judge Henry F, Martin Jr. as of September 23.
phries shot the deer at 4:40: iNFIAiION SiRIKE) Ckitd missionary project will feature
Interested or can assist in CLUBS Duties of Administrative
any Chief Judge of the 4th Judicial
pjn. and found her at 9:55: /" a speaker from Surinam in December -
Mr..M.lb. !!(.? 473-4740 way, please call Mrs. Richardson p.m. which according to him Keystone Homemakers Club Circuit (Duval, Clay, and Nas- Judges are: To secure speedy UNEMPLOMMEUI .
Col at 473-3119. met at thehome of Mrs. Agnes and efficient administration of
l. Counties)
J. Cho.lngton sau as Administrative -
47J.4"f9 was pretty; good time considering Each clubber Is asked bring
Winners for the membership Cuendet White Sand Lakeon the court's business including
L. J. on Judge for Clay County to -
;. ROblnoo2 47JKTli the darkness, the water a signed note from home giv-
I '. .,, "- 47J.40SS contest were: Mrs. Gornto' Sept. 15 with" Presldnet Emily assist with the administrative prompt disposal of cases,
and thick underbrush plus the ing permission to attend. For
room with 100%/ and a $10prize. millions of mosquitoes they en- Ison presiding. A large supervision of the court. Similar assignment of Judges and further Information call the teachers -

>>x- .. s Second was Mrs Martin's room countered.Mr. number of newcomers and appointments will be other court officers, controlof '. Misses Bell and Thomp
with 77% and a $5 prize. Con- prospective members attended. made In the other two count dockets, regulation of the 'Tuning
and Mrs. Fred Wiles away Honirtliing son. The club Is sponsored by
--_. Reorganization of the Club ies. use of court rooms, and mandatory for
--- -- -- ---- ---- of Clover Lane spent several alto a rainy lay require. u the Children's Bible Mission,

rI 1 days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred meeting place and time will The appointment, which was status ortnmates periodic review of the longer stretch of rlrnrwriilhrr Inc and Is nondenominational. -
In the
Doyle at Merritt Island. Mrs. be discussed at the October 20 coun- than il u..cll.. After club transportationmust
made under Rule 1.020 of Rules ty Jail.VffftffffffffffffffSffffffffffifffffStffffffffi. .
I PERSONAL LOANS Doyle Is Mrs. Wiles' sister. meeting at Mrs. Cuendet's be provided by parents.
I home. President Ison .
Ralph Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cruendet as appointed chairman 1'f" ,jW: ;:;; :::::::::: ::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::; ; :::;:: ::::; :::::::::::-';:::::::::;:;;::::::::::::::::::::::::"):::: :,:,:-:,:-:,',,:<< ,;;oh-: :r.:::::::; --ho:::: ;::': ':::::'-->>:';':-:;''-UHDisrincrzve .'-':',''
Mrs. Gordon
Baker who gradu
of ;::
I ated from Keystone High School r
Mrs. Imogne Rlttenburg, Ex-
I Ir several years ago, Is now stationed tension Homemakers Agentof P IHTItlGumuummmu..1
I In
Sicily with the Navy-
Clay County, attended and ::!
t .II Air-Force Squadron 16. He reports gave a fine program on "Tips ::J

things are One there and and Trimmings," showing how i
I he can see the smoke of Aetna
many changes and additions to ill
during the day and the fire '
clothing enhance the
t tt SALE
t reflection at night. and be right In season i _
r Several couples from Keystone 1 1
II t tt J ,,
t enjoyed a boat trip down '

the St. Johns River and the 1 We have the complete facilities ,, :

t I Intra -' Coastal Waterway to MELROSE HOMEMAKERSAbout and know how to successfully serve --- -- r5

South Daytona Shores where 35 members, Including
3013MAV7I M.P. 1 lI they spent the night and enJoyed 5 visitors, attended the Sept.23 your every printing need. Letter .

I a delicious seafood din- fall meeting of the Melrose press, offset, engraving are all part rs'
ner. They were: Mr. and Mrs. 1-
Club at their
When MoneyMatters. George Massa, Mr. and Mrs. The program own was clubhouse.presentedby .. of our service. We print color or.

the cash need to meet W.H Redfearn Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Ella Slmmona on ---' block and white. Call us, I r''
You compare
can get you Mrs. Bud Beeler. Mr. and Mrs. "Handbags"! and because of the .....

financial emergencies. or, borrow for Everett Bruce McRae, qtr. and Mrs. enthusiasm, workshops will be our quality and prices. .
Fox, Mr. and Mrs.
planned. The workshops will be
I any worthwhile purpose. We make low- I Leonard Jones, Mrs. and Mrs. preparing for the Annual Hame-

cost Personal Loans. fut.I Sunderland Bill Beam, Mr. and Mrs Dick makers Bazaar Mr. W.A. Allen Stationery a Catalogs
Mr. and Mrs. Brad
I of Lake Geneva is president i
Business forms
Larsen and Mr. and Mrs.Mar- of the Club. Envelope

I:I KEYSTONE STATE BANK : vjn Congratulations Homer. to Mr. and CAMP CRYSTAL Announcements a AdvertisingwssXvswsxttAy&s BRADFORD cOJQtiligrapl

Mrs. Mark Starling of Starkeon Alachua County; School at i

I Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Helghta FU. the birth of a son on September Camp Crystal (Keystone Air.

21 at Rlberside Hospital J under :
port directorship of Miss
I "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly I ,"Jacksonville Mrs. Star Jane Driscoll and assistant, }

Community. ling ; hair dresser
J at the K ystone Beauty (Cen't on next pg) A::I ?AXm'X :: -.. '
L-- -__--- -------- Shop. :G69Y1fr' JGrfr'iW.G55: ;; ; :: <<-o;:CSf9//lW/IDrAY.p77Y/f9Y ... ,

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By Helen Egan

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16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South '
CLASSIFIED AD RATES 641 ft on Hwy.s; $8,500.00 Cash i'::'. ", FOR RENT- bedroom trailer RENT12 2 bed-
Mr Harriet Flowers announced Mrs. Corbett Musgrove of FOR wide
.... Call Bill Powell Brok '. 964- central heat air cond. Available MOORE'S
the resuming of Science Live Oak. and Mrs. Jessie Rig- Minimum Chars .1.7S until June 15, 1972. room trailer outside city; limits JIMMY

and Nature Study Field Trips by visited Frank and Bonnie (Cover IS word) 6464 or 964-6810 FOR SALE Call 533-2366 after 6 p.m. J.B. White 964-6114, If SUN SPORTS
Jones last weekend. Mrs. Mus- no answer call 964-8799.
as of Sept. 27 for the elemen- Each word over IS-7e BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16. tfchg
is MaxIne Jones Mus-
children grove Lots SR. BuildIng Used Black & White MOORE BOAT FOR
tary of Alachua County grove's motherInlaw.. MaxIne Soc Extra Ch r.. If not Building on 230. -
Schools. About 60 children attend Lots SR. 100. Call Bill MONEY
on NEW '72 MOBILE homes are YOUR
and her husband are now paid in advance RmHrmOKOBiKsMCH l
each session.FELLOWSHIP Powell Broker 964-6464 or floor and
residing In Texas. In. All new plans
Members of the Bradford CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 964-6810. Portable T.V.'S deluxe models. Olln's Mobile (ISTINGHOMES Starke Ph. 964.5791

CLUB Senior Citizen Club who Homes 100 West, Starke.
County $t.SO Per Inch Outboard &
The October 14 Luncheon- Complete
live In Keystone are thrilled FOR RENT- Furnished &; unfurnished 29.95 each tfchg
Business and Program Meet- Memorial Resolution Stern Drive Service and
over (the opportunity afforded apartments In town,
Ing of the Club at 12:30: at the Club President, Joe Ker- Proclamations, etc -7e word also house in country. W.II. NEW MOTOROLA Quasar TV, Repair. Complete Fiber
the Lions Club Is a most Important rigan, who lives onSilverLake, Nollman. tfchg ee at Bradford Motel. have 2 at a $100 saving at glass! Repair. Custom-
meeting and a full attendance CARDS OF THANKS
Dahmers Discount. 10/21
to attend the Area 2 Bureauof 4tchg AVAIUBUFOR
built Fiberglass Fishing
Is urged. Aging in Orlando on Sept. SO word or less .. ......1."
At this due to the ONE ACRE .
reporting lots for sale four Boat
16. Mr. Kerrigan not able Each word 50705t511
was over
MEN COTTAGE Parents Want- YOUR LOTX3,500
resignation of the Program miles west on IS or Ralford JANITORIAL Ser-
to the evening before, due COMPLETE
Chairman last month and the go ed-Mature permanent. Begin-
Rd. Call 964-5153 after 5 p.m.
to the serious Illness of his viceCarpets shampooed,
ning $347 maximum $460
impending of per.
a- 3tchg 107jINTERS'TATE
nother elected officer and the wife Dorothy who was a patient house trailers windows month. Apply in person at Per- WATER FRONT LOTS
; in Bradford County Hospital. washed floors scrubbed.Phone FOR SALE
fact that the Nominating Committee I sonnel Office, Sunland Training
However there Is that MOBILC.rMee 964-5771. Boyd Service trchgLEW'S Center Gainesville. 4tchg 9/23 On Crosby Lake and Crosby
nominations<< is to for report officers on the for fine spirit of comradshlp In the SAVETHOSE moving. .In. Fla. Call. 964-5600.'; Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Starke Club and the faithful and wide. 8 feet deep) Located on
1971-72, a full membership Is ever willing Karl Hoist, who ttchgWATSON'S -_.... .. 1600 1 SO FT. State Road 100 3 miles Westof
needed. So many members have who personally drove Joe to LONG DISTANCE ..::t.yr:.:=:. Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca-

Orlando and the Park Plaza -=. J OFUVUiaAREA tion cottage mobile home or
Ideas and desires but they do WELDING SHOP .J .
;:: .
Hotel for the all-day confer PHONE CALLSWe Inv.stmenL
not speak up at an open meet- e oNri ,
1I0tJSE'OFVActJUM'r M Ile OMs INC. start at $1.293.00. $200
the Prices
ence. In behalf of mem-
Ing, so do bring your Ideas, bers of Ute Starke Club, Joe Now Handle Air Manx) brands of now vacuums Whispering Pine.Mp down and $35.00 month for 35
your feelings and your hopesto has been personally Invited to $ 9.00 up. Used machines from tel US 301 S. Phone a1nnMI4 ((8 1/2 % simple inter-
the covered. dish luncheon tile White House Conferencein Line Tickets, Cruises, $10. Expert Repairs all makes. 964.8252 ._ ---- CALLSLADE )
meeting.We Parja and allvacuums. esCall 964.7701 8 ajn. to 9 !
regret that several of Washington In late Novem And Tours. We OfferA Bunt6rCentiel. .vac-' UTILITY TRAILERS FOR SALE-DeJur Versatile fi p.m.weekdays. tf
the faithful members continueto ber. Ills attendance in Orlando -
umn cleaning systems.'712 N. CUSTOM BUILT Enlarger complete with foot
be on the sick list. Mrs. was for the purpose of plan- Special Package I
Main, Gainesville 376-7110 GAS: AND ELECTRIC controlled timer and other e- LOTS FOIt SALE Starke Golf
Marlon Batchelder been ning and EveryoneIs
has preparation.
quipment, $50. Herman Schroe- & Country Club, ready for :
attending clinics: for tests very proud of Mr. Kerriganand Tour Of New BUSINESS LOCATION WELDING BRAZING der 473-4726. Itp building on or for Investment.Lots I
and has to be quiet for some his untiring efforts In their 1.4 ACRES with 421 feet on US SHEET METAL\ HOMESERVICES area approximately 1/2

time. behalf. Prayers are appreciatedfor DISNEY WORLD 301.!lust south of Starke cltv li TRAILER HITCHES acre and larger. Paved roads I

Mrs. Nell Grayson had a let- continued Mrs. Kerrlgan's good health.recoveryand CALL 964-7449 mits. Fine for service station INSTALLED only 3 minutes from town.
restaurant, or other business. to 5
ter from Mrs. Helen Tlllmun Call 964-7701 8 a.m. p.m.
had arrived 7000. Terms. Please call or tfchg
that she safelyin Town
Finance Co write Frank Philpott, McKln- I
El Paso
her new home In -
Texas. Helen had a skillful THE BRADFORD P.O. Box 239 StarkeFOR ney Green, Inc. Realtors, Box CARL BEGGS CarrierRoom > For Inflation i
COUNTY TELEGRAPH 14484, Gainesville Fla. 32601,
driver accompany her there O.C. Carries Nursery
but the heavy rains delayed phone 372-3617 or 376-6893. Gulf ServiceUSED Air Conditioner Can Jacksonville
Published every Thursday ..S.tchg930.. PARTS CoDed Thousands! of Plants
them an extra day. SALE1964 Jeep Station Touch Control Comfort'Center
The offices to be filled are at 1.18 W. Call Street Wagon. Excellent condition. Price Dot, Wrecked Care. Too or Three Speed Cooling, 78 1.4OS... Fruit Trees. Shade Trees
President, First Vice and 2nd SUrke. Florida 32091 Phone 964-6285. tfchg Wrecker Service Flell itle) Air Flow Control Evergreens, Camellias,
4 A Hole in Your RoofMOrA Automatic' Eventemp
Vice, who Is Program Chair- ''Azaleas, Roses
Treasurer and Second class postage paid RED BRICK COUNTRY HOME Fuel Oil Thermostat!
man Secretary
; Eitrj' large Washablerllter C Moot In can.'Plant' AnytimeLANDSCAPING
Corresponding Secretary, who at SUrke. FloridaSubscription 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, large Used CareHwy. Corrosion Reiislant' Casings
acts as secretary In the absence living and dining lots of car- ; Models for Special Windows
N. W Uo
of the elected secretary.Mrs. Rates: peting, drapes, cornices hard- Ml SEWINGMACHINE U MI. S.E. of Stark!*. II..,.. 100

Pauline Buxton of Brick- In trade area) IS.00 per wood floor, two car garage, 4OUMINBUXANCB ;as: low as Florthome 63J-216J

town, N.J. has been a houseguest year; 12.75 ill montlm. 2400 sq. ft., central heat and
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Outside trade area: 15.50 air. Yours for a quick sale $H9ooSLADE

Hook of Lake Geneva Park. per yean; 13.00 six month" A.J. Thomas Realtor Tel.964- The Glass Shop
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon of 5701. J & J Roofing Co. Sales and Service
Lakevtew Drive entertained AT REDUCED RATCB PFAFF NECCIII
their granddaughter from Atlanta Phone 9618778Hiway : New HomeUniversal

years DOYIE:. E. CONNER "
Ga. for
cently. Miss a weekend re- NEW WAYS of rating the State Certified Elementary 301 South INSURANCE AGENCY and Appliances For "" .
Becky Brice lathe
movies are sought. For example teacher. Very progressive, use Lkr $49:50:
surgical operating registered be of Montessori methods. up AH CARS and TRUCK'SInstalled
there some
way many
COLOR Cameras and case
) nurse at St. Joseph Hospital 332 W. r tailson' Parts & Repairs on
to designate the film that is Limited enrollment. Ages 2- used only $15 at Dahmers Dis- While-U-Walt
in Atlanta. She Is former
Key toner. a dull for all ages. 5. Call 964-8404. Stchg 10/7 count. 4tchg 10/21 all other !Make Ma- Custom Vinyl.Auto Tops

ler Brown FOR SALE-Boat, motor and chhieaNATIONAL.
WAITRESS WANTED-Call 782- FOR SALEGood Coastal Ber- trailer, '69' equipment... Like 1017 N. Main G'vHla
1 3886 for Interview. Trail Restaurant muda hay by bale or ton. Call new $450, A.D. .Fields Pleas-
2tchg 9/30 964-6114. tfchg ant Grove. Rd. Turn Crosby's Univ. Avo.
Store 16 W. Look for sign. ftlLW.

NEW HOMESON FOR SALE-1964 Ford V-8, au- FOR SALE-I mare 8 years lip Gainesville- Florida
tomatic T., RH, Air. Clean interior broken for riding with colt at 378.1355 MARYCARTER

new paint job.$650 cash. side, 5 mo. old. Also 1 mare olkawagenNe. FOR SALE-16 guage pump shot
Call 964-5463 or 9646133. lip 2-1/2 years unbroken. Call gun. Good condition. Ph.Johnnie
OUR LOT OR YOURS 964-6236 or 964-5630 after 5 a. vied t(1). Johnson 964-5301 after 6 p.m. r \
FOR RENT-3 bedroom. 12x60 p.m. lip dales 10"11: Up PUMPSNEW '
I trailer In Lawtey. $95 mo. $35

J We Specialize In : deposit. Call 782-3025 between FOR SALE-Appaloosa gelding 1 ML North .f Tire MallGAINESVILLE WANTEDMaid at ToRena Mo AND USED PAINTS

I 4 and 5 P.m. Itp black mare. Both 3-1/2 yr. old. tel. Apply in person., tfchg
Home made Tandem 2 horse
MYRNA'S GIFT SHOPPE trailer A-l shape, $200. Paul SALES SAME
Federal Housing Sale Sat &; Sun. Oct. 2 & 3. Meng, Hampton 468-1056. lip PARTS
Antiques and ceramics. East 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired For Sale By Owner SERVICE

235 Program SR 100, Lake Butler, Fla. Open FOR SALE-Used Hlde-A-Bed, and cleaned at Dahmers Discount Deep and Shallow Wells
2 p.m. 9 p.m. lip comfortable clean $35. Phono fast service tfchg 20 acres on SR 100 <4& Mil. Water Softeners and
e 964-7741. Itp South of Stark.. From.

Admuustration. FOR SALE200 ft. on Highway FOR SALE-1 Vox Amplifier House with now roof. 1400 FillersPlumbing

18, near Intersection 100. High 11 with 110-229 transformer ft. on Hi way 833 ft. on
and nice shades. Joe ; :Supplies
dry. Bobby $225.00 cash. Call 964-7337. Graded Road.
Hall, Rt. 3 Box 100, Starke
Conventional Loans Fla. Itp Itp ONLY $13,95029dn.bolonc. EXPERT SERVICE ON Jacksonville

NEW '8 TRACK tape decks for $86.79 mo PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
For Homes Call FOR SALE24'X60' Mobile
cars only $37.50 at Dahmers
home, central heat and air,
ALL TYPES Call Bill Powell 964-6810
Discount. 4tchg 10/21 3 bedrooms & den. Lake Geneva -

I UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK Fla. Call 964-5153 after After 5 P.M. PUMP\ & SUPPLY CO.
GARAGE SALE- Furniture 5 10/7 j > >
p.m. 3tchg Taking applications fot
Crown Builders household goods some chll-

drens clothing and other Items. Expert Reproduction RABBITS: Several pedigreed FOR SALE- Gas Range used WE REPAIR and sell nearly FHA 235
Route 100 near Putnam Hall- C. E. JACKSON New Zealand and Californian Just few weeks. Looks and operates every needle made for any
turn next to Blue Pine Bar. like Self clean-
breeding bucks. White Muscovy new. brand stereo regardless of age New Bride 3 and 4
Follow signs. Herman Schro- 1313 W. Madison Starke
ducks reasonable. Ph. 483- ing oven. Call Keystone Heights Also the long play records at
der 473-4728. Friday Oct. 1 I. 6186.1 I tp. 473-3251. ItpGENERAL $1 off regular price at Dah- Bedroom Homes
1 Sat..Oct. 2 ItpSERVICE mer's Discount. tfchg Call for Details

i Low Down Paymentand

:iiiiiii; ACI' iiii; : MEN GEORGE EstateC. ROBERTSReal AND WESTERN FARM STORE pets.room FOR RENT-Furnlshed Phone house. 964-5884.No children I Itchg,bed-no LONGCHAMP Moderate Payments Monthly HOMES '

FOR SALE- Over cab pick-
Witom Work Cloths Phone '"-88U
up camper. refrigerator
263 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE | B. 2 BR Fireplace Large house large Boots Stetson Hot sink, new carpet, curtains. Ph. 101 South Start;

atsr.. I lot on 301 near Lawtey, 964-5888 or 964-8771. Itchg IF

;I' Royal Bonnyl Spinning Line :I land 120 Acres outbuildings.- all Improved pasture w/large house trailer I! Saddles Tack"V.t.rinptian Supplies SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned. -: ,

i U.S. BEST LINE 110 M n. Wed. 8 to 6 oiled and adjusted In your
acres all leared under
: cultivation, w/pump & home,,$5.00. Vacumn cleaner

OFALLc $1.45 I septic tank Ideal for trailer Thursday 8 to 12 repairs also. All workguarant-
Vicon eed. Dennis
Small E.
SpoolGarcia Cogging, Phone
I ACREAGE 170 acres woodland good land PH., Sat. 8 to 7 li11i 431-1428. tfchg

I. Royal Bonnyl Line I (desire.Good building lots in just about any location you Main Phone St. -49o-6041 Lake Butler made to your

I t. Reg. $2.50 Large modern CB home, approx. 1 yr. old, 3 BR, LR, FOR SALE-One Appaloosa stud, individual hearing t
00 RmTU
1Value NowAMBASSADOR__ $1. Spool IDen, 2ft baths, double fire place, on beautiful 3 acre 3 yrs. old with registration requirements at no
paper. Green broken.Call 376- .
|lot. additional coil. Quality Home Furnishings
3781 after 4
p.m. Gainesville .
.l GARCIA f ''T 1 Fla. lip Custom" Draper!

;I I 6.000 C 5,000 For Airman Gregory A. Dyal son Real Estate AIDS REPAIRED Interiors by Victor
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Dyal of 1MO Park Ave. Orange Park
I ,J $50.00 45.00 Lawtey has completed basic 421 W. Madison St. Star ., Florida 9647826FOR NOTICE AINESVILLE HEARINGAID 2644331 rf
training at Lackland AFD, Tex. .
He has been assigned to Keel Stark and Keystone CO.
t EARTHWORMS PER 100- $2 JO ler AFB, Ming, for training In SALE-Blackeye and white INTERESTED: SELLING! ALL Height area Customers
I communications electronics acre peas by bushel. Phone OR PART OF TIlE ACREAGE 1137 H. W. 23rd Av.. \
systems Airman Pyal Is a '70 964-6149. lip YOU OWN OR CONTROL? Hastings Mattress Florida
] Ine..llie. 32601
FIBERGLASS BOATS graduate of Bradford High We have in and out of State R.E.JONES
:I ')chool. FOR SALE-Excellent barrel prospective buyers; Interested and Upholstery Phone 376-0095 i

;: 12 Ft. $139.9514 Ft. $149.95 : and game horse Guaranteed. In 10 to 300 acre farms or
f I In Bradford County VI0 fit. Johns '
e e e 9645057. Itp ranches ; Are.PALATKA FOR SALE-Thomas coior-glo
: Joe Frszlers If have such acreage, LAND CLEARINGAcres
15 Ft. $259.95 concert tour you Double ,
1 t of' Europe .Is a flop. Nobody POODLE FOR SALE- $75. with or without buildings, at Excellent organ. lighted keyboard.
condition. 9700.
:I 45 Cal. .has successfully combined Registered, small silver minia- a reasonable price we will Is Open AgainFURNITURF1 S64-83SO. & Lots, Water
Pistol lip
32 Cal. Pistol singing and fighting since ture. House broken, 1 year old. be glad to discuss It with you. Holes Pushed .
Frank Sinatra. Phone 964-6930 after 5 p.m. REX K. SMITH Landscaping.
tfchg Associate ,WANTEDReliable, sober, .
; Fill AU Your :
I Fishing Wishes I Dark hone candidates may Starke RepresentativePhone Repaired Refinished t honest, night auditor &; desk

be expected to renounce that FOR SALE-Young riding horse, 864-7679 Re-npholstered clerk Holiday Inn of Starke. PHONE
'':i At Bush's i iI they are I. the nee as soon bridle and saddle. $200. Call STOCKTON WHATLEY NEW MATTRESSES Please f apply in person., tfchg
ss they rind somebody to pay 964-5153 after 5 p.m. 3tchg DAMN 964.7205
:I. Phone 964-7361 for the eat. 10/14 Realtors FREE ESTIMATES CABS FOR SALEA.J.. Faulkner -

: ------------- --- 100 West Bay Street Call Collect 328-2144 phone 468-1245, Waldo CLASP ENVELOPES, all
Jacksonville, Fla.' :3to 10/7 alaea.racUor.. CountTele: *.
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