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: October 7, 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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r" BRADFORD Co 5th Annual

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Calf S crumble

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Vol. 93 STARKE, FLORIDA 15c {

No. 11' Thursday, October 7, 1971 Copy 111ojo

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City n' +, Set Saturday

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$1.3 MillionSpending # Activities of the Cat

: __ fifth annual Calf

Scramble will get under -

way at 4:30 p.m. It'll v w

Saturday Oct. 9, at

the county fair- 4'

2' 5k grounds with a chicken .

dinner served by

Increasing anticipated revenues the Bradford FFA

the olgarette and gasoline taxes Chapter as a fund

mately $10,000 and line-Item raising project.This .

few hundred dollars here and
year all 15 calves to
Starke City Council Tuesday night be won by FFA and 4-11 com- H

up with a balanced budget totaling $ + A, petitors will be registered pure
v bred animals. All have been
174 for fiscal 1971-72. "j, i i'r it purchased from the prize win-
ning herds of Bradford Cat- These Black Angus calves or. torn of the 15 purebred

Formal adoption of i.e: docu- for future purchase ,/ tleman Maurice Edwards Jr. regiftered stock local cattleman Maurice Edward, above ,it
ment will come at the Novem- generator for the ,! It Is the first year the spon- providing for the calf scramble.Salary.
ber .councll meeting after City Budgeted totals soring organization the Starke-
Clerk Merrill Edwards has the city's; eight r Bradford County t hamber of
the final revisions.The ,
ironed out
4)r) Commerce, has been able to
(S.. P age
new budget is $128,193 purchase all calves for the
higher than the 1970.71 total, r scramble here in Bradford
but the Increase will be met County. It was all made pos Issue
by the IOC raise in electric sible "through the generosityand
rates and anticipated Increases Interest of Mr. Edwards,"
in cigarette and gas tax -r says David Smith, chairman
revenues. of the Calf Scramble Commit-
City Clerk Merrill Edwards Fatal
commented that upping antici- tee.Beginning about 6:30: p.m.Sat Nixes Police
pated revenues "Is budgeting urday entrants In the horse
money you haven't got." The show will parade and presentthe
council resorted to its usual To colors to open the show
means of balancing the budget r with former County Agent
after efforts to trim expenses 7'ff'vGr' V George Huggins taking over as
failed to bring costs in line master of ceremonies. A short
with George Dewey welcome will be given by Cham- JobChanges
receipts.> ..__ .,. Newark ber President B.r. (Bud) MI- -
Edwards said the City has pronounced dead on l e eday yo.P. zell Jr., after which the 1969-
been "lucky ,so far" in bud- Shands Teaching ? v yL 70 calf winners will parade
geting expected Increases, but morning A
their calves and registration
Pay increases for four proposed new
warned that some day this vehicle mishap on .f papers will be presented to the
"might catch up with us." He The accident 1969 winners.On lieutenants in the Police Department were
recommended that the Council
explore other means of Increased south of Starke at the program are the three ruled out Wednesday morning by City

revenue, such as revision the section Brooker of US-301 Road, calf scrambles, two chicken Attorney George Pierce because of the
of occupational license scrambles for younger boys
oil fees, but the suggestion fell day morning when a and girls, and a greased pig nation-wide wage-price freeze.
on deaf ears. tor-trailer rig scramble for girls. Attendanceat
j for a stop sign the scramble Is free. All In his opinion, Pierce said, radio operator Beverly' Passto
a Most of the $128,193 Increase right hand side of citizens, especially in the no Increases In pay can ho the, rank, of I Lieutenant at
. Is due to higher rates being which Heath was northeast Florida Invited the, President's
area, are given during higher rates of pay than their
charged for natural gas usedto Driver of the Time Out. to attend the scrambleand wage-price freeze, even If the present salaries
operate the municipal power David Racine, 56, horse show. employee was being elevated In
plant. Chairman Nell Tucker If given tile I leutenant rank,
pointed out. This one Item accounts Maryland, It's always hectic wh.n school starts each fall and this on. It no exception, but This year all three calf Pierce told Police thief Ken- Crews, Baldwin and Henry
for about $73,000 Increase (S.. Page ) Bradford High coed Becky Jackson found a little time and a quiet spot in the city park. scrambles will be for regis- neth 1'uqiia that he could create would receive SI32.75 each I pti
in the new budget while tered animals, Instead of 10 the lieutenant week, instead of O ear present
new positions
pension fund increases requirean registered and five top grade (with approval of the Council) $12fi.4J() as patrolmen. Mrs.
additional $16,000, and another animals. but that any Increase In pay' Pass would be paid IOI.5') '> as
major expense is the The first calf scramble of for the new officers, above lieutenant In charge of radio,
$37,700 budgeted and ear- five pure bred calves is sched- their present salaries, would instead of her present $87.20
marked for the sinking fund: uled for 7 p.m. followed by have to wait until after the as radio operator.
Game two chicken scrambles for chil- freeze. I'uqua said yesterday that the
S' 'riirLYf.r9r; -m:::::9t::::fbr:9:: :::ri'lJlfC: Tough ExpectedHere dren 7-9 and 10-12 years of I Fuqua's planned reorganlza- proposed promotions would nut

.::,:: age.Contestants lion of the Police Department, be made until after approval
' ff for the chicken Including higher pa for four by' the Council at Its next meet-
f scrambles are: ((7-9 years)Robert employees he proposed to pro- Ing.
? Illley, Chris Meng, Scott mote to lieutenants the force,
:ar1 : Allen, Paula Anderson, Kenneth received a cool reception at Fuqua said Uie, pay Increases -
I With Live OakLooking McNeal" Michael Meng, John Tuesday night's Council meet- for the four proposed! new
f Meng, Wayne Simmons, Hex ing despite his argument that lieutenants' would total( $32.HO
I, ; Yother, Greg Mowry, Gary the new pay scales would be per week and would be made
:::: : Browning, Chris GIpson, Edwin made with money already bud- out of savings; due to tIe, appointment

::::: wJ"" U.OUUt- l: the Tornado gridders of Bradford These four UHS defenders have but executed well Live uaK's and a good blocker. Center The Chief proposed promoting I'hoden, and Otis ('uule '. These
!:Ii: il High play Friday night been playing outstanding ball backs can hurt the Tornadoes Alvin Bembry is a good snap- Contestants for the 10-12)'ear Patrolmen Harold Crews, Doug three were approved) by tile
host to the always tough Bull- In the first three games, and If they get loose. per and plays linebacker on chicken scramble are :Mark Baldwin, and Pat I Henry, and Council luesday night as replacements -
dogs of Live Oak. have Tight end Charles Yulee has Griffith Andy Griffith, Thomas -
f 5th Annual :::::: eight pass interceptionsamong defense. Left tackle Danny Robinson for three, recently!
Game time Is 8 p.m.on Bradford also been Meng, Kathy Taylor, Gene
them. a target quarterback
68, Is not fast but has t tt resigned patrolmen, SAlllle"carey \
field On the ground Live Oak should Fletcher has liked on a quick Joyner, :Mark loyncr, Cheri
8 :: good moves and is a good bloc- ; I lullan I Creen, and loc
CALF SCRAMBLE |:: While Live Oak Is not havingone offer no surprises unless they hook inside. But \'ulee was replaced ker. Mdeout Berney McCray Shuford, Ann Allen, Paul Tan- I Won't stlvnll.
: ; of Its best seasons losingto add something new especially by Tony Loper In the I City '
:: Bolles 21-8 and Monticello for the Tornadoes. The Bull- Bolles game last week. (S.. Page 4)) The three new men will receive -
E:: S at., Oct. 9 j:|: 20-11 in two three starts, the drn>. per week, as against the higher
:: At Fairgrounds 1: Bulldogs always are tough against -
Bradford High Live Oak salaries of the older patrol-
:: :: shut out Sandalwood 41-0. C halrrmn :Nell; luck- men, I Fuqua said, resulting Ina

I Chicken Dinner!; Live Oak from the power I Board Honest: Doesn'1When t Know er's offer to forgive and forget reapportion saving which to his he proposed lieuten to

i 4:30: 6:30: I#f ff formation runs an Isolation a $2,600 l item billed to the ants. new
.. : 'JnJUrJ Count School Board
: : Play, on option play and
: $1.25 P.r Plot' :r., throws the football, BIAS( scouts for extra )police patrol duty When ashed by' the Councilif
have reported. The Bulldogswill during last spring's; racial disturbances die, new men would not expect -
Old TimeSquare ff:: also be bigger than the Tornadoes at the school, provedto the usual raises based on
with their actual weight Will Pave NextIts Roadused be "the least popular; sui- length of service, I Fuqua said
} Dance being more than listed In the gdstlon of the )oar" wth! oher: he had met with the new men
program, coaches say. Huicltmen' at Tuesday night's and they had agreed to work
j DOT to damages in a suit to be the practice, Roberts meeting. the entire year for the start-
9 P.M. LO quarterback Hal FletcherIs patience strained Monday "We're still wondering what pay
tabbed the best passer the morning, the Board of County will be done," :Mrs Louis Elliott the DOT lost years ago to stated. The fact is, he !In winding up affairs of the Ing salary.
i $2.50 P.r Coupl. Ii Tornadoes will face this sea- Commissioners explained over; told the commission.The Florida Power A Light over said the count his no funds "old council," Tucker announced Obviously concerned that I'u-
placement of light poles on t'S- to pave roads anywhere In the that he had reason to the
Tickets At Cof-C i son. He has some fairly! and over; It will have no money answer was the same as qua's plan might upset salary -
county.;) believe the bill wasn't goingto (Councllmen
receivers with applecart,
speedy good In the
near future to last month Chairman Dave Shu- 301.The
hands Coach David Hurse adds. roads. pave any last road the county lie furtherexplalned the county : be paid, and suggested that :Noegel; and fcHae told the CIA.:f
I All The ford, the Lawtey commissioner, paved, the Santa Fe Lake Road, has 387 miles of dirt roads, It be written off and .llt Included that his appointment of four
: Bring Fletcher Is also a good runnerat In a discussion consuming told the residents; there Is no cost $50,000 per mile Chair- some of It In worse shape than under Incomo In the new lieutenants might! set of fa chain
:: I 6-1 and 185 pounds. On the nearly an hour a delegation of money to pave the road. man Shurford pointed out He Wilkinson Road. budget: reaction with other city;) departments -
Family For An option he likes to keep the run, residents living on Wilkinson "With all the taxes we pay added that secondary road funds Shuford said he thinks the creating new ranks
cutting up Inside the end. Road north of Lawtey was tolda we wish something could be accrue to the county in the rate roads In his district are in Councilman Billy Nocgel and with consequent pay increases.
i Evening Of Fun Kenny Hankerson, 155 pound second time county can do done" Mrs.Elliott said, pressIng of $70,000 to 80,000 per year. about as good a shape as any- Jimmy' :McRae Immediately took
sophomore is Fletcher's favorite nothing about paving the road. further."I "In other words, with all the where else in the count:). "If Issue with Tucker's suggestion, Fuqua said he didn't see what
I and is tabbed LO's Residents complained that aren't then I've got a saying the School Board had the operation of his departmenthad
target wa wish It were that simple. taxes we pay, we can't get a they with!
I Courtesy Of best receiver. He has 10.1 speedIn ter washes the road out. that that all need to do to pavea road fixed," Mrs.[ Elliott per- gripe," he added. agreed "In open meeting to do with other depart-
you four members present" to pay ments. He said he had
the 100-yard-dash. water stands for weeks aftera ..Isted."Tlat's. At that point it was asked only
CJ f Clommunhyat! Tailback Benjamin Williams big rain and that two bridgeson Shuford road was told her.Commissioner get.up a petition what we've been tell- if the county Intends to do the bill. one officer (,\sslstantChletBI1l
runt the Off tackle play well. the road are unsafe for Zedra Hamilton ing you but you won't acceptit something about better drain- Tucker, obviously "snowed"by Chambers) above the rank of
Sank He likes to slant inside the school buses.It explained that the county ," Shuford replied. In/ turn, age of the road. The com- the opposition to Ms suggestion patrolman at the present time
i tackle. then slant back outside. the has only $30,237 accumulatedwith Commissioners Hamilton, missioners said something can did not pursue the matter and that he needed a lieutenantin
Account Now InlUr.d "Our perimeter wtllbeputtGme : row was the delegation second month has In a the Department of Trans- George Roberts, and Ralph be done about that If an ease- further, and Clerk :Merrill charge of each shift.
Up To $20,000 approached Bryan explained the situation. ment can be obtained Into the Edwards Instructedto
By supreme test against Live the board. A portation for secondary roadworki was In the proposed reorganization. -
:E:! Oak," Coach Hurse of pee than It would be less property of Rayonler Inc.which write a letter to the School
F.a.ra'' says tition bearing 26' names and less enough to pave than honestto Henry would be the lieu-
D.positinsurance his defensive secondary which asking that the road be hard Ie of road. Besides, he tWO the delegation the county owns the land that the area Board reminding them of their tenant In charge of the day
'' Carp.rrfDY. Includes starters Wayne T... surfaced was presented to the said, the county's; accrued road 7 fd( Place the road on a drains into. commitment add rendering
!0r'Ird tone Bernard Brown Cray board last month. funds are still being used by the -\ priority list to be paved as (S.. Page 4)) another bill. (S.. Page )


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DKG Chapter Party Given ,' ,r. ,i r
For Terri RobertsAt 'r ':I'.
Meeting HeldIn sl i ia tilt
t Lake Butler Casey Home

Miss Terri Roberta, whose ,.
(: Jhr_ Alpha Nu chapter 01 ueiut marriage to Leon Manning\ win
Kappa Gamma Society held Its be solemnized Friday night,
first meeting of the 1971-72 was the Inspiration for a Coke
year with a covered dish sup- a +rI party given Saturday morning
per at 6:30: p.m. on September from 10:30 to 11:30 o'clock by
21, In Lake Butler. Mrs. Thomas L. Casey at her
After supper, a work session home on Bessent Road.
., + r was held by the different com- The refreshment table In the
k mltees of the chapter, during dining room was overlaid witha
which time they worked on or lace cloth and centered with ,...
completed their plans for the an arrangement of fall flowers.A .
year. cutglass punch bowl, holding
Reports from the various the Coca-Colas at one end of
committees were given duringa the table was balanced by a
brief business session con- tray of assorted sandwiches .
ducted by the chapter president.Mrs. Mrs. Casey was assisted In
l Marie Woodley, of Lake serving and entertaining her ,
I Butler. It was announced that guests by her daughter Kathy. .
the same committees would The hostess presented Miss +
1 I Ib Ir Iri r continue In the new year, and Roberta with the platter to her I -I:
the next meeting will be held In chosen pattern of china, and J
Starke on October 17. I : also a bridal corsage of white
b The following members from f fk" carnations.

Bradford County attending the Mrs. Don Chltty. mother of ''''II
meeting In Lake Butler: Mrs. the bride-elect, was also.pre- ,
Edna Hart, Mrs. Kate Sheppard vented with a corsage.
Mrs. Adele Mitchell, Mrs. Thirty guests were Invitedto
Lucille Payne, Mrs. Willie enjoy the party with the
Mae Denton Mrs. Helen Johns. honoree and hostess.
Mrs. Tommie Nolan, and Mrs.
Muriel Norman.

;: i:1:. Witt TorresEngagement
Tries t M il/ican// Told

Wedding Party

Entertained Mary Elaine Akridqe/ Weds Mr. and Mrs. Richard B.

Crawford Church RitesMiss Witt of Starke announce the Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Observe I
Mr. in
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Triest engagement of their daughter,
Sandra Elaine Ross Weds entertained at a dinner party Melanie Cloree, to Melvin Lou- 50th Wedding Anniversary
I last Thursday evening at tie) Is Torres, son of Mr. and
Mary Akridge,
mums and pink rosebuds with
Mr. Padgett I In Raiford ChurchThe Garden Restaurant for their daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bro .lavender streamers. Mrs. Frank B. Torres of Mobile
son, Ernie, and fiancee Miss ward E. Akridge of Starke, and Bridesmaids were Miss Jean Ala. The wedding will Mr. and Mrs. Enos W. Hayes rode Mrs. Maxie Carter, s>r.,
Vanessa Millican, following the Allen Bruce Akridge sister of the take place In early Novemberat were honored on their fiftieth Mrs. Godfrey Hayes, Mrs.

Johnstown DaptlstChurchnear vender carnations. Bridesmaids ,.vu.nan'. wedding rehearsal.The Mr. and Mrs. J.B.drawford; Miss June Hardy, and bride Miss Lake St.City.Luke's Lutheran Church, wedding anniversary Sunday' afternoon George Hayes, and Mrs. James
of Klnasle.v Lake, was united October 3, from 3 Thrasher.
Donna Leach. Thev
Lake Butler was the settingfor were Mrs. Jean Waters wore gowns The brideelectattendedLakeCity
honor guests presented
the marriage of Miss San.. and Mrs. Elaine Fletcher, and In marriage on Saturday, Sept. and carried flowers Identical of Community College, and until 5 o'clock when their chil- Mrs. Hayes received
gifts to their attendants dur- 25, at 8 In the Madison dren, Mr. and Mrs. John Deasof her
p.m. those of the
dra Elaine HOBS and Randall their gowns and flowers were ing the evening. Street Baptist Church matron ofhonor. University of South AlabamaIn Lake City, and Mr. and guests in a purple knit blouse
James Padgett on Friday, Oct. like those of the matron of Miss Mary Akridge, thebride's Alabama_He is
Attending were members of Two large baskets of white Mobile, employed Mrs. Bill Hayes of Miami entertained and long flowing floral skirt
1, at 8 o'clock In the evening. honor. the wedding party and the Immediate lavendar niece was flower girl, by the city of Mobile. at the Hayes homeon With this she wore a corsageof
and gladioli,
The bride Is the daughter of Doyle Priest served as best families. mums and Bernie Akridge, nephew yellow cymbidium orchids.
the Rev. and Mrs John E. man, and ushers were Marty against a background of P'88not the bride, was ring bearer. N. Orange Street. Approximately 125 guests
Ross of Raiford and ery and candelabras were used Donnie Crawford served his Flower arrangements In gold,
Jr. the
and Greg Padgett. Thomas Touchstone with called during the reception
In decorating the altar. brother as best man, and ushers chrysanthemums predominating ) -
groom Is the son of Mr. and Following the ceremony, a Denton Sumrall the were used In decora- hours.
held the Shaw Reunion Rev. were Steve Crawford and Wedding Set Friday
Mrs. Everett M. Padgett of reception was on church
church performed the ting the home for this occa-
pastor, Coleman cousins of the
Starke. grounds where the bride's table Gary Among the out of town relatives -
Arrangementa of white flowers held an arrangement of purple Set for Oct. 17 ceremony against a background groom, and Merle Packham,Jr. sion.Guests attending were Mr. and
of Mr. and were greeted at the
of large baskets Mrs. Russell)) Thomas
and white candles In tall and white carnations, daisIes greenery Following the ceremony, a and Mrs. Jim Thrasher, Winder,
entrance to the
of presented
white and lavender Starke. announce the
candelabra were used in decor- and orchids, flanked by purple gladreception was held In the an- Ga. Martha Jo Deas, Lake
The 16th annual family reunion loll, and candelabras with lightnex where arrangements of approaching marriage of their receiving line by Mrs. Frow ;
ating the church candles on each side. Helena Hannah and liar-
altar. .. Strickland.The City; ,
the descendants of .
Misses Brenda Whltoheadand of ed tapers. white mums and lavender gla- daughter, Nancy Marie, to Mar'
Performing the ceremony was Bryant, Madison, Levy, Ancel Mrs, John Bradley, organist, ty; Vernon Touchstone, son of receiving line, composedof rletta Hayes, North Miami
the Jeannle-, Moody,cut the dloll were used In decorating
bride's father ,
while Mrs. wedding Beach all grandchildren of the
,' ,
Fronie, Angeltne; 'and Em- played tiie.'wedding marches Mr. and Mrs. Richard Touchstone the honor, guests ,and their'daughter
The bride's table was covered -
O.L. Smith presented the cake, while MillesDot Braddock honorees: Lt. Com. (Ret) and
pro and mallne Shaw will be held Sunday and accompanied the soloist, with a white crochet cloth and of Lake Butler., Mrs. Deas, and son.
gram of nuptial music.! Ameletta Sparks) Oct. 17 at New Hope Church Mr. Hayes stood In front of Mrs. Charles !Barrett.: Mrs.
Mrs. Lloyd Macy. The ,
The bride was given in mar- served punch. Mrs. Linda was centered by the wedding: wedding will)) take place Myrtle Dendy, Broward II.
LaCrosse.A mantel which banked
riage by her brother, Johnny Graham kept the bride's book. near cake, decorated embossed Friday at 8:00: p.m. In the Pine with garlands of smilax was Interspersed Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Jim ,
Ross. She wore a white, )long- Following a wedding trip to business meeting will)) be The bride was glvun In marroles and sweepeas Level Baptist Church.All with ,Centering Seiple and daughter, Brenda, \
sleeved gown, accented with South Florida, the bride and followed by a riage by her father. She wore' with doves, cherubs; and friends and relatives are nosegays. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seiple' and ,
held at )11) a.m., the mantel
Invited was an anniversary
to -
chiffon lace. The bodice and groom are at home in Starke. luncheon at noon. All a gown of silk organza featuring harps. attend. candle daughter, Susan, and Miss Linda
basket flanked
train were embroidered In se- The bride graduated from relatives are in- a lace overskirt and bodice with Mrs. James Crews and Mrs. by Strickland all of Jacksonville;
aulns. and headpiece of chif Union County High School In friends and long sleeves. Her floor length Gerald Crawford cut the cake, crystal candelabra holding Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Weekly -
fon was attached to a crown. 1970 and Is now employed at vited. veil of two layers of white 11which was served with punch. lighted gold tapers. Daytona Beach; Mr and
She carrfled a bouquet of white the Veterans Administration lusion was trimmed with matchMrs.. Emmett Akridge and aliinge.1 Mrs. S.F. Strickland, Sr., Mr.
carnations, centered with a hospital Gainesville. Ing white lace Her lowers Mrs. Jack Grtffla served punch, < Inviting guests Into the dining and Mrs. Ernest Peacock Lake
white orchid. Mr. Padgett graduated from High School were white and lavender mums, assisted by Mrs. Blonnie Der- room were Mrs. Myrtle Dendy City; Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Week-
and Mrs. C.A.
Bradford centered with a white orchid, kman and Mrs. Edward Ak- Knight.
Mrs. Charlotte Tomlinsonwas County High SchoolIn
Sr. and
ley, daughter Cindy,
matron of honor, wearinga 1967 and Is employed at the PTA To MeetRev. and she wore a diamond penridge.. Mrs. Charles Darby Mr. and Mrs.Harold Branham In the dining room the table Mrs. Pearl S. Weekley, Ocala
sleeveless gown of deep pur- municipal power plant In dant as her only ornament. greeted guests at the door. announce the birth of a daugh- was covered with a lace cloth. Mr. and Mrs. N.G. Jr.;
Alma Packham the St.brlde'l ter, Kristin Diane, on September beautifully decorated three- Hayes
ple, wtthempirewaist. trimmedin Gainesville. Mrs. After a wedding trip to .
and children Brenda and Stan-
DeWitt T. Farabee,president of 29 In Alachua tiered wedding cake, topped with ,
white. Her flowers la- sister, was matron Augustine, the bride and groom Hospital.
were of the High School PTA ley, Mr. and Mrs. N.G. Hayes,
Maternal golden numerals 50" and
honor, wearing a gown of lavender are residing at 221 N.E. 12th grandparents are
has announced a meeting for placed at one end of the table Sr., Mrs. W.H. Hayes and chil-
Hitchcock Bowen crepe with empire Avenue, Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper, ,
Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 7:30: p.m. was balanced by a crystal dren, Stacy and Jill, all of
Woman's Club waist line and train In back. The bride is employed at the and paternal grandparents are can-
at the high school. Followingan bow of Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Branham delabra holding lighted tapers. Brooker; Mr. and Mrs. George
Her headpiece was a Florida 1st National Bank in }
To Meet Installation of officers, Hayes, ir. and Mrs. Maston
Oct. 13 a Cutting the cake
was Mrs.
and lavender of Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hitchcock lavender crepe Ocala. Mr. Crawford Is an electronics -
Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey
"Back to School" night will be Charles Barrett of Jacksonville
of RaLford announce the engagement Illusion. Her flowers were a technician at Mel- of Gainesville Mr. and
The Starke Woman's Club of their daughter, Patricia held. nosegay of lavender and white ton-Cole, Inc. In Ocala. Mr. and Mrs.LaRue Williams Hayes Mrs. Arthur, Saunders,; Mr. and

will be meeting Wednesday, Oct. Lynn, to Harold Bowen, announce the arrival of a son, The punch bowl, placed on the Mrs. Cleatus Ward, Mr. and
13, at 12 noon at the club building son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry: E. ALVAREZ REUNION James Oliver, on September buffet was surrounded by gold Mrs. Dollie Pace, Lake Butler;
\ for a business-luncheon Bowen of Route 100, f.tarkt. Beta Sigma Phi .J ",,",,"'_"' r-' 4 30. In Ormond Beach. Mater leaves and chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Hayes and
The marriage will take nal grandparents are Mr. and
Friends and relatives of the
mooting. Pouring punch during the after- family, Santa Fe; Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Ressle Colson of
The Conservation Department December 19, at the home late Owen and Candacy Alvarezare Starke.
noon were Mrs. Bill Hayes, Bob Haag and children, Lee
Mrs. James A. Griffin of the bride. Invited to attend the Alvarez The pledge ritual banquet of Bradford County Hospital an- Mrs Louise Rhodes,and Senora and Henry, Warner Hoblns, Ga.;
chairman: will have charge of Both Miss Hitchcock and Mr. family reunion Sunday, Gamma Theta Chapter, Beta nouces the following births: Eva Alvarez. and Mrs. Louise Rhodes MI-
the program. Tickets for the Bowen are seniors at Florida Oct. 10, at the Lake Butler Sigma Phi sorority will\ be held Golden leaves entwined the
luncheon are tl.25 each. S.-.to Uplversi. ". Community Center.A Monday night, Oct. II, at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rodney columns of the entrance to the ami.Out of town friends attend-

basket dinner will be servedat o'clock at the Holiday Inn. Moore, Gainesville, a son, Pat- dining room.Presiding. ing were Mrs. Alva Duncan
I p.m. rick Ryan, September 29. at the guest book and Mark of Lake City; Mr.
were Miss. Helena Hayes and and Mrs. L.J. Hawes and Deborah -
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
a Jerry
Miss Martha Jo Deas granddaughters Melrose; Mr. and Mrs.
I f Chltty, Starke, a son, Larry of the honored cou- V.E. Spires, Richmond, Va.;
: I. ple. Jim Carllngton.\ Jacksonville;
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lewis and Senora Eva Alvarez, MI-

t t tt Milliard Todd, October, Starke 2., a son, James Others assisting were Mrs.In the Ed hospitalities To-- amJ.

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t t tt TilE ton suede SIIORTER with shadings\"IEW-Cot-! that
make it look like authentic Pamper Yourt.U With A "New Coif.

DEAR CITIZENS': L animal hide Is the choice fora Malta An Early Appointment With ,
casual mmi-length coat
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In chamois. antelope or TONI GLORIA SHARON or IDA SUE
The thank brown it comes with a
Fuqua Family you I WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE PEOPLE OF matching hat and bag. Styled For A Shampoo, Set, And Styling
very much for vote of confidence t t I for Wtnott of California. ct
i in re-electing me your Chief of Police.I PLACED IN ME BY ELECTING ME TO YOUR "


I urge you to continue your eupport T.4G Old 7.irn.EtpP OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT

; so that vfti: may accomplish our YOU MAY REST ASSURED THAT I WILL LOOK =:.

goal a better Police Department to t AFTER YOUR INTEREST IN ALL CITY AFFAIRS, 0

[ serve you. BEST OF MY ABILITY. 0 1
t ICE TO THE M act %t ult SAWNGladys Hoj.cjurti.

.:; a
1? Thanka'.pin,

Kenneth Fuqua t SINCERELY t

"Good health Is the thing; '
< cLi'SfvvVs Sx
(M.. Vol.dt..) that makes you feet that now

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JI I 1:':"rj;.ople; OIt ;.I D s r .d ,

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" Mr. and Mrs. Curds San Sen. and Mrs.
ders spent the weekend In Ort Johns returned .
.:.... lando with Mr. and Mrs. Lo- ter spending a
Jos Toth. ner Clinic New ,
for physical! '
\' Mr. and Mrs. WB Stewart
J' of Houston Texas returned Mrs. Lucy
;, Tuesday after spending sever- Sunday In Fort ; WE
o al days here with Mrs. Ste she attended ,
wart's brother and slster-ln- versary of
l law. Col. and Mrs. JA SeanI odist Church i
f I Ian. homecoming She
panied by Mrs.
Kathy, Melanie and Lex er of Orlando. :'
It Green in of Gainesville spent .
Saturday night with their grandparents Mrs. W.W.
Mr. and Mrs. Lex terday for RondezJohns
Green. :fir. she will be the
W.A. OBrvan
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Thomson She will be Marriage Set
of Tallahassee were weck- Hood on
:. end. guests of Mr. Thomson's goes to
brother-in-law and sister Mr. a forestry Mrs. Geraldine Rondez of
'," and Mrs. Brian Hamilton. They Homestead, a former residentof
wore accompanied to Starkeby Miss Elizabeth '
Mr.Thomson's mother, Mrs. Miss Georgia Le Raiford announces the engagement f
approaching mar
W.H. Thomson of MonUcello, iera Beach were \
riage of their daughter Ramona -
who the weekend here '
spent of Miss to Louie L. Johns, Jr.,
with her sister Miss Lillian
and Mrs H.A.
son of Mrs. Agnes Johns and
:: Stump. were enrouto to the late Mr. L.L. Johns of
: Carolina and Brooker.
;: Mrs. Phillip Vellenga attend
,0 The bride-elect Is a 1969
ed an elementary educational Mrs. O.L.
council meeting >In Clearwaterfrom Thursday for graduate of Union County; High
In Lake Butler. She receivedan
Wednesday to She
Friday. to be with her
was accompanied by Mrs. Pau) daughter, Mr. A.A. degree from Lake Clty;
Rlherd of Lake Butler. Welch and baby Community; College, and Is .
,,' born September presently attending one unver-
, ;;.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard WIl- Mrs. Welch also slty; of Florida, majoring !In \
:' llams and Infant daughter of year old Business Education.Mr. ; s'
; Tallahassee spent the weekend Johns Is a graduate of l
:;, here with their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. (
Bradford High School !In Starke,
and Mrs Mack L. Williams Palatka spent
and Is Western
and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Ad- with her employed by
.0. Sunday /"firi'
Electric Co., Inc. )
klnson. and Mrs. R.E.
The wedding will be an eventof
December 18, at 8:30 In
The following patients and Mrs.
were Mr.
St. Edward's Catholic
admitted to Bradford County; Saturday at Starke. Church.
Hospital during the past week Miss
: Sunday
All friends and relatives
Mrs. Annie Hutchlngs George accompanied are
Mahalko Mrs. Gall Coleman, and Invited to attend.
Miss Lisa Jean Lee, Mrs. Helen Terry VR
Mable Mersereau. Janle Christy; of : ti
Margaret Courtney, Mrs.Bridgett ted Disney World.Dale
Starling Mrs. Beulah P Pt
Prescott, Miss Doris Elaine Johns of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson returned 4 1
Overstreet. Mrs. Myrtle Sink, tary Academy Saturday from a three-
James Gnann, Miss Emily Tew, and Ricky months visit with her son and
all of Starke Mrs. Dorothy cademy Howey daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. (
Engleke, MJStingletonofMelrose will spend this AW Anderson and family In
; Mrs. Thelma Hampton, with their Ventura Calla While there she
Miss Mary O. Bennefleld: Mark Mrs. Carl L, spent nine days In San Fran
Bennefleld, Miss Susie Benne cisco, where she visited! her
field, Ralford; Mrs. Ruby El. Out of town nephew and niece Mr and Mrs.
.'"' Reed, Mrs. Nealle Rich George the Robert Gallen and family anda rest. ,
Meyer, of Keystone; Mrs.Mary on Sept. 25 few days In San Diego with :.
Ann Rhoden, Richard L. New- Mrs. Lawbora, > Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Andersonand ..+,
man, Hampton. Wayne Ernest : family. Mrs. Anderson was
Among those attending the nette Baker all ; met at the plane In Jacksonville -
Tennessee Florida game !In by her son and daughter-
Gainesville last Saturday night Calvin Brown. in-law Mr. and Mrs. John A.
were Mayor and Mrs. Carl nor Miss Anderson and family of Calla- We Ordered 25 BrandNewl972CHEVROLETS
MISS um ( :
han, who spent the weekend
} Hurst Mr. and Mrs.Drew Reddish Miss Edith Lee,
with her. They were Joinedby
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Turner -
Milliard, and
! ; J,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. George
,i; Flynn, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. T. Gr Ocala; Mr. Schwab, Sr. of Merrltt Island,
,. .' Little and Joy, ; Mrs. Anderson's soninlawand
Pitch, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and OLDSMOBI1ES
Mrs. H.L.
daughter, and Edward J,
Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Robert
thorne and
; Schwab, Jr., of Gainesville her
Mrs. Marlon
Allen, Mr. and
Shaw Harrington Mr and Mr and Mrs.Mrs.Carl Gene L. of phus Douglas and Mrs.Ce. I'i grandson weekend here.Maurice who. also spent the FOR A LEASE CO. (YOU GUESSED In)

\. ,' Johns, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Ferguson -
Wingate has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Carlton Faulk
Francis Mr. and Mrs. Charles from a week's business trip
ville spent the
." Sawyer Dr. Harry Gruen, Mr. his grandparents to Pensacola.Mr. BACKED OUT !

,.:'' and and Mrs Mrs., Gus George Kopelousos Pierce, Mr.Mr. Maxie Lake. Carter and Mrs. J.C. Vlning[
and family of Palatka spent
and Mrs. John [H.i Andrews
Brian Hamilton the weekend here with airs
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
and L.D. Vlning. On Sunday after - - - - -
Sen. Mrs. Charley Johns
home for the - - - - -
noon they were Joined by Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns '
parents, Mr.
and Haynes son, ,Jr.Phillip, David, llurse Dr. ,O.L.Mr. Chastaln. Julia Carroll of Jacksonville. "So" Along With Our Normal Amount Of Show Cars

and Mrs. A.R. Norman, Mrs. Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Summers
Harold Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen of Jacksonville were Sunday The 72 Model Year
J.D. Odom, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. course visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Olin For The Start Of
.' W, White.
Charlie Braswell, Miss Della sonville Dental
Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. J,
D. Seymour! and Mr. and Mrs. iety day.; In Qualg Mr. of and Waycross Mrs. Charles, Ga., Miss Mc- WE HAVE 25 EXTRA CARSThat

Phillip Vellenga.. Martha Ann Bohannon and John
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw Mrs. Pearl Williams of Gainesville were
have moved from their Kings- M.R. Judd weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs
ley Lake home to their home Bitch spent the Mack L. Williams.
at Deerwood In Jacksonville. go as guests of MUST GO !
son and Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Crow-
and Mrs. J,B.
Miss Lillian Stump spent son and Mr. and Mrs.[ Marion
three days last week In Tho- Norman of Winter Haven were .
masvllle, Ga. with her bro- Mrs. Shellle Sunday guests of Mr. Crow-
ther-in-law and sister Mr.and week In Tampa son's brother and slster-tn- -
Mrs. John W. Griffin. Mrs. Brad son.law, Mr.and Mrs.Claude Crow-

.KfS:?S'SYd3#'Irv'L G'jd'dCb'f&'} :'
r f i' spent Mr. Sunday and Mrs.with A.R.Mrs.Norman Nor 1972 IMPALA 4 DOOR SEDANS

f man's brother-in-law and sis
':,: I ter, Mr and Mrs. D.N. Den 15 I Equipped With V8 Turbo Hydramatic Power Steering; Power
# ; mark, Sr., In Jacksonville
f Brakes, Tinted Glass, Air Conditioned, Radio, WSW Tires, Wheel
Mrs. Willie Mae Judd and
S : Mrs. Jessie Chastaln returned: Cover, Vinyl Top And Protective Side Crome.

Nursery And Landscape Co. to their respective homes last
I Friday after enjoying a week's
2111 N. Temple Phone [ vacation In Havre de Grace,
1 Md., where they visited Mr.
and Mrs. Abble B, Cohen. Prior !-
I to this trip, Mrs. Judd visIted -
her son and daughterinlaw With V8 Automatic Transmission, Power Steering
Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Judd,
: [ ; In Clewlston, and her brother- Tinted Glass, Air Conditioned Radio, WSW Tires, Wheel Covers,
"l1all [ in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. And Vinyl Top.

: DOZEN --- i Coy Hamm In Winter Haven.IF .

ji Tomato PtalltS 0.... I ployes ANY lose: their FEDERAL jobs under em 1972 OLDSMOBILE 88 4 DOOR SEDANS

:' the new economic game plan,

Winter.. '. Rye Gras we with assume one of the they bureaus can catch set on up Equipped With 350 V8 Engine, Hydramatic Transmission Radio

to administer it. Air Conditioned, WSW Tires Wheel Covers, Clock, Tinted

::'e ;e < Glass, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Side Moulding, And Vinyl

( Top.


CLEARANCE I I Published at Lie W.every Cell Thursday Street Come On Out And '

II '
Starke Florida 320!
Make A Deal You

Second class po Uce paid UJ}. 301: North Phone 961-7500
Won't Believe Possible
: at Starke p1orWaBshecripllaa
10 % OT :;:
Rates: At This Time Of STARKE, FLORIDAThe

In trade ana H.OO per The Year!
I. :::' year" ; 9Z.1S fix. month. or Later Your Favorite Dealer"Ort I
j Outside trade weal 1S.s8
per year; S3.M ds month

L' --- Y'o8' it :""J'..) .:s..O;.;; II" .

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Coif Scramble Settlement Near On

Raids Net 27
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w,. nor Eugene Anderson, FrankIe from within and without the Power Plant Fuel CostsA

,. blackburn, Gerald Sellers county; this Important youth
Nancy McNeal, Ralph Yother, project would not have been
Mike Nettles, Gary Williamson possible" states Maxie Carter -
I At Pot Party Myrtice Williamson,Cheryl Jr., president-elect of the municipal power fuel cost City; of Tallahassee and Florida -
:\ Dyal, KImberly Solze John Starke Chamber and Finance settlement worked out In Tallahassee Gas Transmission Co. because -
bara Godwin, Janet Boyce, Committee Chairman for the by the state this week of escalated gas prices.

," .'...",. Kilby, Delmar Kllby and KIm- 1971 scramble. may or may not be a solution The attorney general has apparently -
.,', Kllby, Delmar Kllby and Belinda Sponsors have contributed to to Starke's almost doubled cost worked out an agree

One nineteen year-old youth Two Juveniles, one from KIlby. the cost of one or more carves, of natural gas for its power ment with the gas company
was taken to (the hospital and Starke and one from Jackson- At 7:30: the second calf half \the cost of plant. putting a cap on escalation
scramble will take place.It will co-sponsors City officials said Wednesday !In the contracts of eight
nine youths from Starke and ville, were also charged with a calf, and contributors funds clauses
Jacksonville face charges rang- possession of alcoholic bever- 1. be followed by the greased pig and materials for the project that Starke la still negotiatingwith cities for a year.
ing from possession of alchollc ages. The Juvenile from Starke scramble for girls at 7:45: p.m. Carter aid.Sponsors. the Florida Gas Trans- Clerk Merrill Edwards also

beverages by a minor to insseaslon was also charged with gluesniffing. Entrants In the girls pig of 1971'scram mission Co. There has beenno pointed out the eight cities are
the will
word that rates
of marijuana and glue scramble are Sallye Meng,Ter- Farm yet gas also working through the Fuels
ble Bradford County
are be lowered and that the tem-
sniffing following a raid by officers Dean Paul West was also rle McNeal, Regina Rackley, Bureau E.I. DuPont de Ne- Committee of the Florida
from the Bradford County charged with glue-sniffing with k porary 10 per cent surchargeon
Darlene Quite, Vicky Anderson League of Municipalities.
Co. Florida at
Sheriffs Department and his ball set at$151. mours Starke utility; users will
; and Sue Edwards
Judy Loper Washington D.C. Attorney :
Starke, Community; State Bank be removed City Clerk Mer-
the Florida Highway Patrol. William Henry Sullivan II, ; George Spiegel Is working to .
Starke First Federal Savings
rill Edwards said.A .
According a police report, 17, of Jacksonville,was charged Chairman Dave Shuford signs proclamation for 4-H Week as The third calf scramble is & Loan Assoc of Starke, settlement has been workedout ease the Increased gas pricesfor

John M. Kelley, age 19, of with with his possession ball set at of$501.marajuana State 4-H Pr'ild.nt Walter Prevatt, I.ft, and other board memo set for 8 p.m. Florida Hydrocarbons Co.] 0- City; Attorney George FMUA to which each city;
It will be followed by the finance Spie
Jacksonville was "Intoxicatedby 'wen-Jolst of Florida Inc. has paid funds to
look Pierce said Attorney Gen-
drugs and had to be takento Officers taking part InJ1e\ on.4H'ers horse show events sponsoredby Winn Dixie Stores, EdwardsAngus eral Robert Shevln, representing gel's work.
the hospital to have his raid were Deputy Sheriffs G. the Bradford Roping Club. Farm Florida Power Starke fuel prices have almost
the state, and the Florida
stomach pumped out." Kelley A. Moore and John Dempsey There will be three horse show doubled since lastSeptember,
To Be Honored and Light Co., and the Starke Gas Transmission Co.
was charged with voluntary In- from the Bradford County; iberifre events: the Jumping Figure Shrine Club.Cosponsors. costing the city; $$2.500 to$3,000more
toxication. Department and troopers Eight Jack-Pot Cloverleaf,and Mid-Florida 1 he settlement will report- per month. The city; 'coun-
The raid took place around S.P. Burnett and K.G. Ether- Arena Race are edly cut fuel costs to eight cil Tuesday night refused to
11:00 Saturday night Sept. 25, Idge of the F.n.p. This week, Oct. 3-9, has been Special recognition be given Production Credit Assoc and Florida cities as much as 590 give Clerk Edwards permission -
In: secluded spot off Crlf- The nine youths will face arraignment proclaimed 4-H Week In Brad- Prevatt for his election as The evenings' activities will Clay Electric Co-Operative. million. The cities are Tallahassee the 10 cent
remove per
Oct. 26 in County; ford County; by proclamation of president of the Florida 4-H be concluded with an Old Time Contributors are Bradford Fort Pierce, Gaines-
fls Loop. A total of 27 youths surcharge II he gets bonaflde
In Court. the County; Commission. Club Council In the highlightof Square Dance between 9 p.m. County; Fair Association, Bald- ville, Klsslmmee, Sebring,
ranging Tallahassee from
were apprehended, word from or
and midnight. Sponsored by the win Chevrolet-Olds, Starke
4-Her's will be tho Lakeland Starke and 1I0me-
County; rec- program. ,
ages 15 to 19. Charges were the FMUA that the fuel costs
Starke Shrine Club, the dance Chrysler Plymouth, Garden
ognized for their accomplishments Special recognition will also stead.
filed against nine to the of the arresting youths. at a Walter Prevatt Recognition be given donors to the local will be called by Bill Camp, Restaurant, Charley E. Johns The state has been suing the have been reduced.

officer According Deputy; Sheriff G.A. City AdopCINew Dinner and 4-11 Appreciation 4-H program sponsors of the well-known caller from Jack- Insurance Agency, Register OH ...... .-.. .-... .-.. .....,... .-.. .-... .-... .-. .-.
Co. Food Fair Torode -
ancf sonville. Admission Is $2.50 Stores
Awards Program at program to six outstanding -
Moore, he had Information of couple. Tickets can be Oil Co., JacksonBuklders'Sup-
Budget. the Holiday Inn at 7:30: tonight. 4-H club members. per purchased
a planned "pot party"; which at the Chamber office. ply, Slade Gas Co., Holiday Inn, NEW CLASS IN SEWINGLearn
was to be held that weekendand Starke Builders Supply, Brad-

of the general location. (From Page 1)) Live Oak To Be "Without the generous contributions ford County; Telegraph, Starke
Nineteen grams of marajuana Tough. of agricultural, bus- Rotary Club, Starke Lions Club, "I
was netted in the raid In addition as compared with 1970-71 figures e. Incas, and civic organizations and Starke Clvitan; Club. To Operate !High Sped Machine

to alcoholic beverages.01 shown In brackets, are: (From Page 1)) Used In Garment Industry In Starke.
Ernest Cleveland Vaughn Fire Department$45,445.20
18, of Starke, was charged with (39287.26.
possession of alcoholic beverages Police Department-$111,757.- has good speed and good hands. Coming out of the SA game
by a minor with his ball 93 ($112,583.24)). Running back Kenny Hanker- In good physical shape, the CLASS MEETS MONDAY AND THURSDAY
set at $36. Street & Garbage Depart- son Is the pro man on the pro Tornadoes will start the same DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
In addition three Jacksonville ment$100,712.60 (111350.72). set and the fullback and screen players. 7:00: to 10:00: P.M.

Ills, Dean Paul West, 17, Parks & Recreation$29,- man on the screen pass.
you Tho Tornadoes will be look-
964-6150 IFORMATI:;
Donald Galen Mathews, 18, and 627.60 ($30,391.04)). Defensively the Bulldogs runa Ing for a win after losing 24- STARKE:

James Kiel Montgomery, 19, Administrative Departmenfc- five man line much like the 14 to the Bulldogs in Live Oak
were charged with a similar offense $156,531.33 ($135,390.88). PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE
Tornadoes, with linebackerstwo last year. BUS trailed six points
with their ball also set Electric, Water & SeweP$455.046.31$350,981.12) yards deeD between the with only four minutes to play Bradford Union Area

at $36. ( ). mlddleguard! and tackle on last year and had the ball on
Natural Gas- $84,730.00 each side Terry Mills, a startIng the Live Oak 10 yard line but HEIGHTS
) Vocational Technical CenterSlade's
(76,464.88). offensive Is didn't win. Another time
guard, a line- they
PHONE 173-3176:
Police Pay Interfund Budgetary Transfers at the
backer and the Bulldogs' top were uunoog one yard
-$331,012.50 ($332,532.50)). defensive player at 170 pounds. line, got penalized, and lost
When questioned by members Tommy Randolph, right half the ball.
(From Page 1)) of the Council, Clerk Edwards
offensively, Is the freesafetyand
that while the amount ;
with Felix reported the Dogs top defender.To .
shift, patrolmen wand pass
budgeted for the Police De-

would Mervin be lieutenant Jackson.In Baldwin chargeof partment last year was $112- prepare for this Florida

the night shift with patrol- 583.24, the budget was over- Star Conference game the Tor- Pre-Season Heating SaleKeep
(due largely to overtime
men Jim Rye and Otis Cauley; during last spring's racial dis- nadoes have been stressing
Crews be lieutenantin
and would
for the second straight week
turbances) by $10,358.37 for a ,
Julius Eu-
charge patrolmen total of$122,941.61. both running and passing.
nice and Scotty; Rhoden, who will

work days and 12 are hour off shifts for three for three days. Following APPOINTMENTS the swearing-in of pick"If up our, everything passing game will pick Your Home As W arm As A Sunny Day All W inter Long

up" Coach David Hurse.QB .
Mrs. Pass would be lieutenant re-elected officials and one new says
In charge of the radio department councilman, Vernon Sllcox the Eddie Hazen Is still throw-
ing well In practice and just
with starting oper- Council reorganized for
ator Debra Hye. Mrs. Rally needs experience, the coach
; the year with the reelectionof DOES EVERYTHING
Baldwin resigned radlooper- says.
Nell Tucker as chairmanand .
ator effective October 4. Jimmy McRae, vice chair- Hopefully, the Big Red team

man. can play another good defonsive -
_ Reappolnted were: George > game plus start the offense -
Man Killed '. Pierce, city; attorney;M.G. Mc to clicking. j. ,', J C ''I 'v' '.'
Millan city; surveyor; Cliff Ha- ::;'::
No personnel changes are
zen for a three-year term as
planned for Live Oak. Tackle
(From Page II City Bond Trustee; and Milton
Mansfield. dog catcher. Randy Gasklns, shaken up In
minor injuries. In other action the Council the St. Augustine game, Is all
According to the Investigating recommended Miss Norma Ca- right this week and will start.
officer, Trooper K.G.Eth-:: nova to the County; Commission Wideout Gray Flynn, hit hard I
ridge of the Florida Highway as the City's; representative Just as he caught a puss In
Patrol, the tractor-trailer has on the library board, and gave St. Augustine, was only tem-
headed east on SR-227 when It Councilman Noegel permission porarily shaken up.
failed to stop for the stop sign to receive bids on trimming Pre-Season Central
and struck the right sldo of the several large oak trees that Heating SpecialEnjoy
Racine car which was headed cannot be reached with city;
south on US-301. equipment. Board Honest. .
The driver of the tractor, Reno mortician Carl Halle The Comforts of Carrier Central HeatingEconomical

Arthur David Zlmmermnn, 25, expressed hope that the white
of Branford escaped without Injuries and black communities "could (From Page 1)) :.

and was charged with get together a little closer"In : : : Even Heat all over your. Act Now! This special good for Limited
failure to yield rightofwayand ; a mutual attempt to work Clinton Harris, district supervisor -
with not having a valid dri- out any problems that might for Rayonler, said an Home. Installed Quickly and Efficiently Time only.

ver's license. arise. He was told that he easement can be obtained by by our Trained Mechanics
Damages: to the tractor was and others would be welcomeat the county upon formal request.
estimated at $400 and $1,200to Council meetings at anytime lie said that contrary to what
Racine's 1964 Pontiac. for such discussions. bad been printed In the news- 7 OUTLETS WITH 1 RETURN, ADD CARRIER AIR CONDITIONING
paper, Ka! >onier had never been
-- -- approached about
-- -- -I a rlfiht-of- GAS FURNACE CENTRALLY LOCATED 24,000 BTU's
way to dig out a drainage ditchIn

FOOTBALL CONTEST The that area.commission then pro- $695 J ) $590

mised to see what can be done b
about draining the Into
j* g "*w J vwyzZ'tvte' area a _
swamp. It was stressed to the
"> delegation that water would
-a.w- aw.s5o.oo probably still rise In wet per- PreSeason1II11NG
? iods, but perhaps the countycan Modern Gas And

Cash away do faster.something to get It -f' + f i I I

The delegation also maintained CltarmglowMake

EVERY WEEK a. that two bridges on Wil -
kinson Road are unsafe for
school buses. The commission The Big DifferenceNow ALL NEW-ALL GREAT i
.See Paged denied that, saying the bridgesare =..
safe. A school bus last you can have all the fun SALEThe
of cookoulsithout the MAGIC CHEF
year was driven off one of the ,
me. and guess of the old- J as ,
bridges. fashioned charcoal fire because I 5'.. w. RANGE
Bryan told the group he will : "
Ch.irmglow/ gas barbeques :1 1' _.,. Last Word in Comfort
.--r--a- procure Instruments to take ,
give you cooking per : ::....
levels to determine If the road faction with the speed and po. -
can be effectively drained. dependability of modern g>ts. Complete!) Automatic: porcelain 5 EmLERCentral
And you get that tangy) out inside and out.o;;
door barbeque rate with i lingering' Heat Oven door
Charmglon because the flavor closed. Smokeless broiling
Dance On Tap really comes from the smoke -, ;No; Match. ;No; Guess Work
of meat luicei dripping/ on Automatic. throu hour Clock
NEW HOMES After Game the radiant, long-life Charm- -u ..,Timer &: Oven inJo\\ WallFurnace I
Holcs they're selfcleaning Choice of Colors
Friday NightA too: :No more tedious fire

ON OUR LOT OR YOURS building start\ no, more no long uncontrolled wait to P-RU M Other From Models-.........S,59.00 $199.00Financing

dance to follow the Live heat. For dependable. results, /l7etTi BTU ,
65,000 H=ATS
it's modern gas and Charm- ,
Oak-Starke !
We Specialize In : planned by game the Starke triday Little outs: .the I IX: "'aj) to cook .11111L11 Including UP TO 6 ROOMS

Women's Club. Constructed. of heavy duty Post AvailableTo
It will, take place at the cast aluminum for years and\! 1.
Federal Housing Starke Woman's: Club from 10 years ot trouble tree use. h

p.m. to midnight. ..
Wall Thrmotnt K p I oven 1 I
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no age Urn Admission Is$1.50 Pull unused hu off calling
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Oct. 16 at Hunt's Shell Ser-
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Crown Builders pie Ave. by the Bradford High

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i Have you noticed the new It.
paint Job on all of the build. Bingo will not be held on -9
tags It surely spruces the Wednesday nights, as In the Its won-lost recordto
place up. past until further notice. 7-1, the Bradford !High cross t
Stag Night has started back-- Much to the sorrow of many country team won a four-way I
each Wednesday night at 7:30.: youngsters, the pool Is closed meet here Saturday over Live
This !la a great opportunity for for the winter season. Oak, lay High, and P.K. t May We Suggest .
DuPontManager all of the men to get together, The tennis courts have been Yonge.
eat a delicious steak, and havea surprisingly active lately. It BUS was low with 25 points, I
general bull session. Make must be due to the cooler wea- Live Oak was second with 46,
;your reservations with the pro ther In the late afternoons. Clay third with 63, and PKY t For A
at the club house. It Is necessary Jim Seymour shot a 77 last failed to show.Bradford's any bereaved ones wishing to make

Is Named to have reservations In Saturday morning-- his best Richard Fill and memorials of a lasting nature ... ,
by Tuesday afternoon so "Chef round over.Congratulations! He Donnle Burch came In 1-2 to t
Ben" will know how many to wasn't going to play that morning lead the race over the 2-1/2
prepare for. until I showed up, so I The sborne' Bros. mile middle school course. t
Cordon B, Howell, a 19-year There will be a board of feel somewhat responsible, but They had Identical times of Your contributions to the Crosby Lake
employee, of E.I. du Pont directors meeting next Thurs- that still doesn't help my mis- 13:14: to establish the course I Cemetery Trust Fund fcr
de Nemours 4 Co., has been day, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p.m. In erable score. record at the middle school perpetual care t
named plant manager of the the club house. If ;you have The golf course Is In very Boys Ranch. To Benefit track. of the Cemetery will be a living memorial

company's mining operations any suggestions or Ideas that good condition now that the Mark (Hodges was fifth In f to the memory of your departed loved
to suceed LS. Grogan, who will ;you feel would Improve our rains have subsided, so come From Music Park BarbecueA 14:57: Paul Parsons eighth In
retire effective November 1. club, let one of the officersor on out and enjoy a game, and 15:24, Larry Paterson ninth In ones, assuring them a resting place of I
Mr. Howell was transferred board members know about all of the fine facilities at the 15:35, Jimmy Cauley eleventhIn beauty and dignity.
here from the du Pont pigments club.cad. benefit barbecue for Flo- Featured performers at the 15:47, and Carl Hunsmger I
plant! at :Antioch, Calif.., where rida Sheriffs Boys Rancy will Park on Saturday will be the sixteenth In 16:58. t
ne was in cnarge Of me plant be held Saturday, Oct. 9, at Osborne Brothers Grand Ole It was the time the varsity
operation for several years. County Is H Agency the Blue Crass Special Coun- Opry stars from Nashville, used the middle school course. t Memorials may be made in the form of
In his 19 years with the com- try Music Park near Lawtey. Tenn. The Osbornes will appear The switch was moade to avoid contributions j
pany he has been assigned to Ken Clark and Donald Wilkinson at the Saturday night show running across roads where to the Fund and mailed to

de Pont ,plants at Richmond operators of the Park, only.These cars travel, Coach George Lope P.O. Box 368, Starke, Fla. in the name ,
Va., Edgemore Dela., New For Natural Disasters said that a.l proceeds from the nationally known entertainers r says. I of the one to whom wish to
Johnsvllle, Term, and Newport, barbecue will be donated to began their careeras The Tornado distance runners you pay t
Dela., In addition to Antioch Boys Ranch. Serving will startat a radio team in 1953 and go to Palatka this Satur- tribute. An acknowledgement card will
A native of Columbus, Ga., The director of Bradford jar disaster 10 a.m., with a charge of are now under contract to Dec- day for the Palatka InvitationalIn I be sent by the Association to the family
Mr. Howell moved at an early County civil defense, Frank L, 3) Foster the development $1.50 for adults and 75C for ca Records. They feature the Ravine Gardens. Palatka lethe
age to Raleigh, N.C., and Williams, has been designedas of such local organizations and children. five-string banjo,mandolin, anda only team which has beaten concerned. t
later from North Carolina State the Individual charged with plans as may be necessary to smooth vocal blend for the the Tornadoes this season.
University; He Is married to the coordination of city, coun- cope with any major disaster. best in blue grass and folk mu- The meet will be scored two I
the fomer Dorothy Broome of ty, state and federal assistanceIn 4) Advise and cooperate with sic. Noted for their distinctive ways: as the Palatkalnviation- Such memorials; made t
to the
Klnston, N.C, and they have one natural disasters within the officials of the Regional Office NEW BOOKSAt and original "sound," they al meet and at a meet between Crosby Lake
married daughter, and two teen- purview of Public Law 91-606 of Emergency Preparedness, are recognized as one of the BUS, Palatka, and other area Cemetery Fund will help insure lasting care
age daughters who are still In and U.S. Office of Civil Defense State Director of Civil Defense, The top groups In this field. schools."It I of the Cemetery and will be a
school In California. regulations. and other Federal agencies located LibraryADULT Other blue grass artists who should be a good meet," tribute to the permanent: t
Mr. Howell Is staying temporarilY Williams was so designatedby within Bradford County. will be featured at the park Loper says. "Our boys are memory of the one in whose
In Orange Park, and unanimous vote of the Com- during the two-day program, working hard to get ready" I name the memorial is made.
his family will remain In California Oct. 8-9, are Don Reno, Red AA
mission in a recent meeting NON-FICTION Smiley, Bill Harrell, Buck Ry CROSBY LAKE ,
until a permanent residence In a resolution the county CD Services Held Living With A Mentally Retarded an, the Blue Ridge Gentlemen C CEMETERY
'has been establishedhere. Director presented to the board. For Mb Darby Child Buckler); First Flatt Top Traveloers, the Ralph'' Nader tooth-
Public Law 91-606, the Disas- Things Last Things (Hoffer! >; Sounds of Blue Grass, and b INC.
many /
post can harmful. A
Mr. Grogan, who has been ter Relief Act of 1970, pro- In Jones ChapelMiss The Good Life Of Western Man more. jettow *
manager: of the Trail Ridge vides means of assistance by (Marnell'l.America's) Last The park Is located Just off away could from get all those'hurt girL running his L P.O.' BOil 368> Stork., Flo.
Highland operations here the Federal Government to state Chance (!Nelson); Water, The U.S. Highway 301, west of Law- teeth have dazzled. ,
for the past three years, will and local governments In car- Annie E. Darby, 83, Wonder Of Life (Platt); Dollar fey; ---- ie! i re..etia. .....
reside a/ter November 1 at rying out their responsibilities died Thursday, Sept 30, afteran Harvest: The Story Of The Farm
Preston, on the eastern shoreof to alleviate suffering and dam- extended Illness. She was Bureau (Berger); The Quality
, Maryland which is the former age resulting from major natural born In Sanderson on August or Mercy (Greenberg) The
home "of his wife. Mr disasters, to repair essential 2., 1888, the daughter of the Mystery or Heredity (tried); 'I
orogan is rearing after 36 The Complete Allergy Guide we're
late Mr. and Mrs Charles Per- I I
years of service with the du public facilities and to ry Darby. Rapaport>" Milestones Of The 1 { INUHfcN
Pont Company. foster the development of state Miss Darby; moved to Starkeat Air (King'!)); Geography Of Domestication

and local organizations and an early age, and startedas Isaac); Antique y-61
Smokey Says plans to cope with natural disasters a telegraph operator with Porcelain In Color (Morley- | SAT 9-7 I
the Seaboard Air Line Rail- Fletcher); Antique Glass In Color -
'AVANISHINGAMERICAN'" Under the resolution passedby road here at the age of 16. (Mlckllemas), !How To Stay SUN I t-rt '
'per TMseuoratav the board, the CD director She remained with the com- Medium Yound Practically
shall: pany for many ;years, receiv- Forever Without Really TryIng I

J 1)) In accordance wlm instlizc- ing her 50-year service pin, (Mead);know: Great Atlantic Adventures ..
(;: ) U.S. Journal
tion given by the County Com- and served as agent duringthe ;
mission Chairman and the last five ;years of her employment (Trillin)); The Oil Barons (O'- LADIES ..
Board of County Commissioners She was a memberof Connor):; Duel Of Eagles(Town-
l coordinate the emergency the First United Methodist send)}; Galileo Studies (Drake); RIBBED KNIT TURTLENECKSWEATERS '" _
activities In major disasters. Church of Starke. Diving To A Flash Of Cold
Operating responsibilities shall She Is survived by one sister (Meylach); Make Your Own Alterations SAVE
remain with those agencies that Mrs. Carrie Retch, ot (Morgan); Antique V.05 /
1 are at present charged bylaw Starke, and Several nephewsand Gold And Enamelware In Col- ,
with such responsibilities. In nieces. or (RIcketts)j: Living On The Completely washable 100o virgin '
effect, the resolution placesthe Funeral services were held Earth (Bay Laurel); I'm Glad acrylic In set pull-over style r'c > --
county commission as the at 10 a.m. Saturday In Jones You Didn't Take It Personally with long sleeves. Asst. colors In % % '
top agency In time of such Memorial Chapel with Rev.De- ly (Bouton); A 34-40. '
,/ ,/' disasters. Witt T. Farabee officiating Interment Legal Rights (Cramer
rnaus 2)) Coordinate plans and pre- was in Crosby Lake Handbonk Of Denominations In
paration of agencies made In Cemetery under direction of The UiutM States (Mead); SIt-
"Keep America grei-n-prevent anticipation of their responsibilities DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. uations Ethics (Fletcher); The OUR ;
wildfires!I" $394 4
In the event of any ma- Evolution Of Christian Thought ;
(Burkill); Gypsies, Wanderers REG.

Petleslrian.. I Hk-rle R?cllations) WwfcyMcRae Of Living The Clocks World((Ward McDowell)"The);Collected The $4.99 '- ; '

Services Set Poetry (Huxley); The 12- tit
Outlined '
Ih Iliihvju PatrolThe Year Reich (Grunberger)}; The jg2
For Thursday Greening Of America (Reich);
Florida Highway Patrol -Always ride as near to the Worldwide Mission 0111 ton> LADIES < .
outlined pedestrian and bicycle right side of the roadway as Stamps For Investment (Lake);
regulations today as the open- possible and not more than Wesley McRae 65, of Starke, Inside: Prison American Style 100% POLYESTER f
ing of school brings an Increase two abreast."lIItchlng". died Tuesday In a Gainesville (Minton)> Dogs Of The World KNIT STRETCH PANTS :
of youngster traffic activity a ride on a car hospital after a long Illness. (Schneider Leyer); How To
"Parents should discuss with or truck is strictly Illegal. Born In Starke on April 25, Make Your Own Greeting Cards Flare leg styling with %; ?r; y s: s
their children the safest routesto Pedestrians are required by 1906, he was a retired construction (Carlls) Camping In Comfort stitched down perm
and from school and give law to use sidewalks where available foreman and a mem- Strung}; 1985, An Argument For anent crease & elast-
Man (Gross) The Gift Horse lei zed waistband. Col- $f:s $ a y
and ,
them detailed Pine Level
safety rule Inetruction ; ber of Baptist 94!:.
slue solids In 10-18. "
," Colonel Reid Clif- -Wall-; on the left shoulder of Church. Knef>; The Girl On The Volkswagen SAVE y's riiY
ton, director of the Patrol said. the roadway facing traffic Surviving are three sons Ed- Floor (Clark); Touching: OUR REG. $5.99 1.05 '%, a4ttliIN11MEAIGA6
During the ;year of 1970, 84 -Always look carefully before win McRae of Tampa; Arley The Human Significance Of The
pedestrians and 36 bicyclists stepping off any curb. W. McRae, Las Vegas, Nev; Skin (Montagu; Toys That Don't
between the ages of five and 19 -Cross streets at crosswalks James A. McRae, Jacksonville Care (Swartz); The Movies
were killed In Florida which with the green light or three brothers, Arthur R, Mc- (Griffith)); The Brontes (Gre- Wfry
was an Increase over the previous "walk" signal and make sure Rae and B.M. McRae, both of gor)>; From Now To ZeroOVes-
year.Bicyclists. you have enough time to cross. Starke, and Owen W, McRae, IDa); Blueprint Reading (Hora-
; must obey all traf- -It Is unlawful to stand on New York City; five sisters, ung)); Security Electronics -'
fic control devices and driving the paved portion of the road.. Mrs. Louise Norman, Mrs. I- (Cunningham)L A Natural History MEN'S r
rules: a ride. ris Crosby, and Mrs. Vesta Of Man (Brlerley)>: Riches t
-Give hand signals and stop Clifton concluded by saying, Myrick, all of Starke; Mrs. Within Your Reach (Collier); FASHION DRESS -:' <> CO & DRESS
completely at stop signs. "Many of the pedestrian and Audrey McCall, Jacksonville; Weigh Of Life Diet Cookbook
-Never carry passengers and bicycle accidents could be pre- and Mrs. Odessa Taylor, Hal- (Malslen); Reverence For Life or SPORT SHIRTS "

keep both hands on the handle- vented by following the rulesof ford; 12 grandchildren and two (Schweitzer). Dell sleeve styling with long b- BOOTS
bars. safe walking and riding." greatgrandchildren.Funeral point collars. Handsome tlorals,' ?
services will be held JUVENILE FICTION solids & prints In S-XL. .'' -.:' s
: '. \ Choose from masculine
The King's Fountain (Alexander '
: :
) ... at 4 p.m. Thursday In Jones jf': styles with
SSSSSSsssesssssa.ssss ) Mr. Blddle And The Birds
Memorial Chapel with Rev. Alton ; 22 .
side ,
zippers straps
(Anderson}; Do You Know WhatI $3 } .
Dobbs otnclatir( .Interment & buckles.
will follow Crosby Lake Cem- Know (Borton); Farmer Hoo OUR REG. ,*'x! vZ colors In sires,
We Repair etery. And The Baboons (Chlttum)>; .. dress-7-12, cowboy-
George Washington's Breakfast $3.99 : SAVE 6Vr13.
(Fritz)); Changes, Changes(tut. :.*".l' 1.22
chins}; Can I Keep Him? (Kellogg ,".,.. <"-;S"BOY'S -"''?, *" $
) The Chicken Book (Williams ", 66OUR
8 ; .
i TYPEWRITERS Qualify }; Chalou (Carlson); Prisoners "
!In The Snow(Catherall); REG.
ForCound1 Lighthouse Island(Coatsworth}; $12.83
ADDING MACHINES AtRjdiotd Trail Of Apple Blossoms(Hunt); .. ....O"s
Rita, The Weekend Rat (Levit-
In); The Grandma In The Ap-
CALCULATORS ple Tree (Lobe)>; A RacecourseFor

Eight candidates Including Andy (Wrtghtson), The My- -
three women, qualified before Of The Other Girl (St. SPORT SHIRTS : 'r
the Monday midnight deadlinefor John> The Truffle Pig (Bishop Perm press m i '
Get'em While They Last! five seats on Ralford's )); My Best Friend Wider- sleeves w/iong longs V m ; LADIESBRAS

first City Council, to be voted berg: How Many Kids Are Hld- collar. Asst. colors
on Tuesday, Oct. 19. !nil On My Block? (Merrill):: in 6-18.
Used Typewriters$45 Opposition also materialized Call Me Charley: (Jackson); A .. "i
: for the office of Mayor, with Time For Tigers (BUrgesS ., :' & cotton fabric >n
Elmer H. Wallace qualifying The Elephant War (Avery)>; A MEN'SDOUBLE -' padded & unpadded styles.
for the post as a running-mate Room Made Of Windows (Cam- :'. t\ A-BC; cup 32 to 40.
To $85- for Michael A, Dobbs, who qualified eron)); Willie Bryant And The t+ KNITSLACKS
earlier. Flying Otis (Greenwald); Stand OUR REG. 22PANTIES
Uo. Lucy 0 The Outsiders s
Council candidates are: A.R IN ,
.\\ ,\\ .- TO $1.89
Completely Reconditioned Bruner. Willie W. Carter. La- Of Uskoker Castle Held), The BOYS t'\: \\\ I
mar Green, Mrs Okalee Harris Runt Of. Rogers School (Keith) FLARE LEGPANTS : ,: l' '\Set' Flare leg styling In

Royals, Remington* Mrs. Joyce Norman, I Leroy Delbert, The Plainclothes De- jt}''j+t, "\\\\ft 10O. polyester. Solid
Raulerson Willie Rogers, tective NlMxi>" Lost In The \ \ .\\\I}\\ colors In 2 -38.
and Mrs. Myrtle Lee Sweat Desert CFunsey); The Visitor II'W' ':; : \\\' \
jUARANTEEP TO WORK Citizens of Falford voted (Smith); A Cat Is Stoutenburg( ), \ \ \ \ \
last summer to incorporate with "Stand Back" Said The Elephant S a><*.M. s I.nc''I la' '18. .:\ '\' 99
See Them AtBradford a view to obtaining cigarette "I'm Going To Sneeze! s &M} t'i' $9 'SAVESA.VE Acetate tricot In
and gas tax money for needed (Thomas); Mamie (Brown);; 30u..0. \\ \SI,X\\i't. OUR REG. elastic leg brief 3 FOR
civic Improvements. Benjy And The Barking Bird .. 11.99 w/double .
County TelegraphPHONE (Graham) The Glass Room White & ," I
; VSCOct.
None of the elected city officials n.9 &\\\
(Towne)> Goody Hall (Babbitt))) \ reg.4 extra a/crotorsres./
i l-fl.105> will receive pay. ; ; ",."\' ,,,,:,\\\I.\\
The Year Of The Jeep (Robertson -
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Friends Seek ReinstatementOf I ILots
> Ease. ItJaDebarct r

K.C. Johns to Prison Post Needs
p.m. Men's Choir, 7 n.m. the Your Family Plenty !
In e
of good things are WSCS met Tuesday at 8 p.m.
\ store (for all boys and girls, I
Petitions are being circulatedand vice Station Doug's Sunoco Station "But," declares storekeeper grades 1-6, at the New Life Church of God: Sunday School Of Protection A ho!
( already contain seven or Red Alvarez Service Sta- Criffls, "Johns never touched Children's "Chapel 'for one 10 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m and
eight thousand nagiea asking tion, Mitchell's Drug Store,and anybodY. He stopped others hour each Thursday right after 7:30 P.m. Family night 7:30
remedy of "the rottenest deal'* Bradford Barber Shop. from doing It. So why was be school, starting today, p.m. Wednesday.
ever heard of, according toJ. Mr. Grlffls hopes that friends fired? Oct. 7, The rolling chapel will
Kalford grocerymanand of Johns will Apparently seven or eight Hall PERSONALS
D. Grime and sympathizers be parked In the City
thousand other people want to Mr and Mrs. RE Lee attended
trailer court operator. add their names to the seven parking lot.
The "rotten deal" Grille or eight thousand who he says know, according to Grlffls' pe- A One program Is planned the 50th wedding of anniversary her-
says, was the firing of KennethC have already signed. lie hopesto titions. celebration .
! Johns as Captain of the have the petitions ready for Including stngtfme, visualized parents Mr. and Mrs. G.L.
Guard at Ralford State Prison the Career Council meeting In Bible stories, and object lessons Peterson, at the home of Mr.
and blaming him as the man December.The SENIOR ; an excellent Bible memory and Mrs. James A, Tresca
"directly responsible for excessive Council, sitting In Tal- program, and Mailbox In Jacksonville on Sunday. L
violence" In quellingthe lahassee, has the power to over CITIZENS Club and prizes Including Mrs. Thelma Helium of Jacksonville
prison disturbances of last rule dismissal of a state career summer camp. The missionary spent Tuesday of last
February* employee and order his project will feature a missionary week with Mr. and Mrs O.J.
In announcing Johns' dismissal reinstatement, GriMe said On September 16 I attendeda from Surinam who Anders. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins e
last month.Emmett Roberta It is encouraging: to see the State White House ConferenceIn will be here In December. and grandson, Avery, also of
Florida Health and Rehabilitative support that has beengeneratedIn Orlando In preparation for Each clubber Is asked to w,
Jacksonville Wednesday
services director,said"He Johns' behalf Griffla says. the National Conference on Ag- bring a signed note from home, were '
was In command of the east They Include Florida Highway Ing to which I will be a dele- giving permi aasiBible attend. visitors.Mr.. and. Mrs. Jimmy Moore
wing and there was excessive Troopers deputies from neigh- gate when It Is held In Wash- Also bring and a
force used In questioning pris boring counties, and even truck ington, D.C., from November friend For further Information and weekend son of with Mr. and spent Mrs.
oners. There was excessive drivers enroute through Ralford 28 to December 2.1 I was placedon call (the teachers, Misses the Miss Pam Dur- .
force used under his command, from Jacksonville have stopped the Educational Workshop Bell and Thompson 473-4782. W.F. Moore
of Starke was a Sunday
too in the flat top (solitary by the store to see what they The Orlando Conference was The club Is sponsored by the rance ,
)." do Grlffls! Children's Bible Mission inc, dinner guest. ,
confinement area can says. chaired by C.G. Walker, assistant L. Wainwright
But Johns' friends and neighbors "They all say it's the rot- chief of the Bureau of and is non-demonlnational. Mrs. Truby visit with
from a
In theRalford area disagree tenest deal they've ever heard Aging. Seventy-eight delegates Parents must provide after- has returned and Mrs. Dan Wainwright -,
rather vehemently. ot," the grocer says What attended, plus professors and club transportation home. Mr In Pittsburg, Pat \
"Kenneth Johns la one of the really seems to bother thorn, students from Miami State and and family Jack Wainwright
best like men In this town," Criffls declares Is the fact Florida State Unlversitites. HIGHLAND REVIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Ca. .
said storekeeper CrifHs."Peo- that Johns was singled out for whose studies relate to geron- Revival services will startat and family of Waycross with ,Mrs
ple are real upset about his dismissal. tology, the process of aging. Highland Baptist Church on spent the weekend \
firing. They think he's a scapegoat "Why pick on him?" the energetic Twelve thousand oldsters Monday, Oct. 11, and continue Wainwright Mrs. Mitchell Brown -
," he added indignantly. business man asks""e have attended the Statewide Fo- through the week at 7:30: every Mr. and Mrs. John Brown,
Union County Commissioner wasn't the only one there.Wainwright rums and working conference. night. Rev. Joe Parsons of and family,
Gerald GrUfls, a brother of (Louis L. Wainwright, Of this number 78 will be dele- North Carolina will be in and Tommy Wise attended the
t the.Kalford storekeeper,agrees corrections division chief) was gates to Washington developing charge. Everyone welcome. graduation of Johnny Brown
with this statement. "The people there. So were Don Hassfur- policy. Dr. Arthur Fleming reported Regular services: Sunday from Basic Training at Fort
here are real concerned der (demoted Ralford superin- that Florida had sent In School, 9:45: ; Worship, II a.m. Jackson, S.C last week.
I about It," he declares. "And tendent)and Robert Turner(assistant the best report received by and 7:30: pjn. Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Tommy God-
they're willing to do everything superintendent, suspended HEW In relation toward a National each Wednesday at 7:30 followed win of Gainesville were visit- Are You Planning Ahead With Family
I they can to help him get and later 'unsuspended' Policy on Aging. These choir ing Mr and Mrs. J.H. Euniceon
his Job back. lie's been donea after he had already resigned)," needs areas are Income,Health, by practice. Saturday.
real Injustice." GriMe said. "It anything happened Nutrition, Housing,Transportation Grace United Metholdlsb Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Cruceof Protection In Mind?
Union County Sheriff John which shouldn't have, they Employment, Retirement, School : Clearwater and Mr.and Mrs.
day 9:45 Worship,
Whitehead equally strong all to blame. ; Cruce GertyFaeand
was are Education, Roles and Activities, Gertrude ,
In defense of Johns. "I consider "So why Is Johns the only Spiritual Wellbeing The Needs 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer George Cruce enjoyed fishing MOT
him one of the best officers one to get fired1?" he asks Mechanisms are Planning, Fac- 11 a.m. and 8 D.m. MYF. 6 at Cedar Key during the week- IF .
in the prison system," ilities, Programs and Services. end.
the sheriff said pointing to Commissioner Gerald Criffls Research and Demonstrations, M.. and Mrs. D.E. Nolan and
the many courses In criminology Is upset because he feels Training, Government and non- legislation children of Jacksonville spent
Johns has taken at the Reubln! Askew and WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN with Mrs. T.V Duck
that that Gov. government organization. More Sunday A Account With Us
Saving Today
final draft of the -
1972 The Open
Lake City Community Collegeon the others who made the decision than 400 organizations are con- and Cindy.
his own time. to fire Johns don't understand cerned nationally In the planningand White House Conference will Mr. and Mrs. Bill DIxon and
"He's not a violent man," the prison system, activities of the White House be presented to President Nixon family of Palatka and Mr and
the sheriff said "He's a very the stress under which not more than 120 days
nor Conference DIxon of Jacksonvillewere
humble" very considerate guards carry on their Jobs. Why a White House Con- after Ninety the days Conference later the Secretary convenes- Mrs. Tip visiting Mr, and Mrs. It's A Good Way To
man "I don't believe In mistreating fernce on Aging One of every
But Johns himself Isn't saying anyone," the commissioner ten Americans Is 65 or older. of Health, Educatin and W.R. DIxon during the week.
much. He has hired an said. "The Idea Is to make This number grows by 900 per- Welfare will submit to of the the President U.S.- Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Kelley Start Your Protection Program.Our
attorney, Edward Booth of Jack- the convicts return to the com- sons each day- a total of 330- and Congress the Kelley
ad- attended
recommendations for and family
sonville, and plans to fight the munity as citizens the com- 000 per year. Progress has been his of
dismissal first before the Career munity would be proud of. But good, but 20 million older American mlnstrative action and legis- family reunion at sister-in-law the home
Service Council, the State when the Governor and others still have serious lationto consumate recommen- his brother and ,
dations within this report. Policy Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kelley In
agency that handles such matters Interfere, It makes the guards problems One-fourth are poor,
for career employes, and Job impossible," he believes. the others feel the squeeze of proposals concerning State Jacksonville on Sunday. Hours:
will be In the next D.Kelly
then before the courts If neces- fixed A legislation Mr. and Mrs. George
living on I Issue of The Telegraph and David attended thefootball a Man thru Thurs. 9a.m. to 3p.m.
sary. "They've got troublemakers time goes by they must strug- Florida Fridav -9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.
"I I think It (the firing) was there who will be troublemakers gle to exist In Isolation and the game at the University Closed Saturday
completely unjustified! ," Johns In helath CLUB NEWS on Saturday. They were accompanied -
Inside or outside prisons, multiplying problems ,
thanks to all of n
and Mrs.
sincerest Mr
said But refused to elaborateon call the guardsall housing, etc. My by
he said. "They ASSOCIATION
his answer. "Anything I kinds of SOB and even cuss The same problems face 42 our friends for the visits,cards, Leon Cooper of Jacksonville. SAVINGS AND:: LOAN
at this point would flowers, books and telephone Mr and Mrs A.W. Strlck-
might say their mothers. That kind of million of the mlddleagedmore
sound like sour grapes, so It stress builds uP" he said,"'1 than 18 million who range between calls tor and about my wife, land of Jacksonville visited his
have to at the hear- Dorothy, during her stay In brother-in-law and sister Mr. Wilt MAOIMM tlMTTSTAIOU.
will come "particularly when there are age 55 and 64 will be to- M4 tMOOO J a 'CIJ
ing," he says. some people who talk as If morrow's elderly, and 24 million Bradford County Hospital She and Mrs. R.S. Norton, and family .nOMIA 3201
In the meanwhile storekeeper they want to turn the prison In the 45 to 54 bracket Is now at home recuperating. on Sunday. WWWWWBy
Grlffls Is spearheading the system over to the prisoners" who will be considered OLDIn It was a great loss to us when
petition campaign and was busyin Under those conditions, many the Labor Market, caughtIn our beloved friend and club
Starke Monday putting outa local residents agree, !It t might the battle between a longer member, Everett H, Prescott
number of petitions In business !- have been possible for the life span and sortened work- passed away Sept. 9th. Everett - -
places for the public to guards to overreact when the Ing careers. These problemsare loved Florida. An appro-
sign. Places that now have petitions convicts started to "act up" paramount and will have to book "The Barefoot Popular Demand FRIDAY & SATURDAY
are: Harry Houston Ser- last February. be solved by National and state Mailman" was chosen to be

placed with In the a Starke plaque Public InsertedIn ; Library Held Over For This OCTOBER 8, 9, 1971

his memory. May he rest

In Club peace.member Peggy Payne Weekend 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

underwent surgery in St, VIn-

IN THE FAMILY she cent's Is In Hospital Intensive At care present and, PIANOSALE 2

ALL her doing back well soon and as we she hope adds to have a DAYS ONLY

lot of cheer and laughter to

our Letter club.of thanks was sent to Brand New Spinets

Ronald Tipping, Reystone
Heghts, who made a beautiful
--- flag stand which he donated to
-- }\ our Club.A .

.. personal thanks to Karl $569BENCH
.. :!'IIO'll10 ECOIIun Hoist who helped me In an
Gl1 "'Ollt emergency by driving me to __

''t3t.\ \ the Members Conference practiced to Orlando.the Grand INCLUDED

QI e HOW TO ECONOMIZE AND STIll March In preparation for our

O\\\\\\\O\\6t\\\\\\\ \\ CT MAJOR( MORE BENEFITS fROM TOUR tion Halloween Georgia Dept Rayburn donated Party.of the 12 Gene ceramic Recrea-and -.c =T1 SAVE $200.00 On Famous

pieces for prizes for our two
Senior Citzens Clubs In Bradford & Chrk Console Pianos
ELECTRIC County Many thanks. Story,
Club member Thelma Dixon
l ,,/ APPLIANCES. N.S.C., was allotted $2 for
fruit, nuts and candy for Bradford 00
4 1- County Senior Citizens $795
Club, Unit No. 2 for the Hallo- BENCH INCLUDED

\\.tpJ (\\1-:1/.2. ween Don't Party say anger words today

'..' .... ,::< ( :..,\ l. which you will regret tomorrow. 41" CONSOLE
D The next meeting will be Oct. DIRECT BLOW ACTION
12, 1 P.m., Rec. Center, PrattSt.

;,' n.. 7 :: ..1 it -Joe Kerrigan. CHOICE OF FINISH



O 1\.fJt STORE

OPENS ON I Play The Mammons Piper Organ With Rhythm I

U.S. 301
... .

"i.. We've added a second member to our Mrs Garrett* Studer, widow BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT PIANOS & ORGANS FROMKELLY'S

l family of free f'PL economy booklets. of Phil Studer, former opera-
:.)f' This one contains cost-saving operational tor of Phil's Restauranton. ARLINGTON PIANO COMPANY
hints for your major electric / 301 South, has opened a unique, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
\ small variety store at the same .
I appliances (except air conditioning, .' location where she and her husband ON SALE AT
,f,.. which is in our first bookletl.) ,,' "s were In business for 11

J rr Both booklets are available, free of years. The Studers sold out
.. :, the business to make way for
chargeatyourappliancedealers the four-laning of U.S. 301 Badeoclt Furniture Company
) or at any FPL office. And both make and Mrs. Studer later lost her

I : 'f. great family reading. :. :-(,' 'F '. new home by fire She Is now (NOT AFFILIATED WITH)
'i ;. ','
''x Pleased to be back In business
4 ';'',::. '. 'at the old stand" 128 S. WALNUT ST.
r=pLh 1 :: :
.... Oklahoma's Ben Fred Har.
3 rls calls himself a Populist&
PHONE 9645289Pe8
and may be In trouble with ,
women's lib Hale.. he iayt he
Is also 'MomuUM.'

Page 6 Telegraph Oct. 7, 1971

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: ... 'Ilift: !. 'liltlil; f"c- c aiii: li! ; tilitlitttt&tttt&ft&X&' t : t ,,,,, ,

BROOKER \ :;:: : : ;: # tx.r4rar:: :: : >>>er """,, :,-,,<*);,.:>:r..r/C:

'.-.. .m '.. .:...W.... ." '
Corrtcttona from last week High School "C". Auburndale. 1971 at Starke Florida Bids should be sealed and of the first publication of this You :and each of hereby
: certificates shall be redeemed you are -
GILBERT BROWN 26 at 7:30 P.M. In the County notice. Each
"Brooker In Brier" by Linda Flan Ja. S. according to law the property marked: "Bid for Mobile (Home claim or demand notified and required to present -
Clerk of the Circuit Court Commission Room at the Bradford must be in
G. Cox 2. Bradford Bradford writing and must
not "Brooker" byJoyce County described In such certificate Shell". For exact specifications any claims and demands

Stokes. Correction on the errors County High School-Phase O, By ViirginlahF. Darby or certificates will be sold to and added Information, call 964- which County time all Court House inter-at state the place of residenceand which you or either of you,

made by the press in the Starke. Florida. the highest bidder at the court 8342 persons post office address of die may have against/ the estate of
10/7 10/28 ested shall be hoard for claimant
4t or and
Halloween carnival committeesset 3. Bradford County Bradford house door on the first Mon- 10/7 2t 10/14 must be sworn THOMAS 1', LONG/; Bradford
at the PTA Middle School Addition, Starke against the proposal as specified to by the claimant hiS agent,
up Countv.
meeting on day In Monday In November deceased late of said!
In the Zoning Code of or his attorney it will
Sept. 21: Tractor Rides: Paul FloridaAll NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 1971 which Is the 1st day of NOTICE Bradford or become to the County Judge of Bradford
County. void
Emery and Jimmy *geld proposals will be openedand The Bradford County Zoning according to law.
; Parade TAX DEED November 1971. John Torode Chairman Erne Alderman County Florida at his office in

: Mal Jano Green and read aloud. Any proposal NOTICE IS HEREBY given Dated this 10th day of September Board has made application for Bradford County Zoning Administratrix of the court house of laid Countyat ;
the Estate
Wendy received after 2:00 P.M.. October
Wendy Hill classification of the
Is not that Earl Prevatt 1971Gilbert property /Mnrke fiorldo, within six
the holder of 10/7 1014In of
2tchg Thomas J
on the Cake Walk committee. 26 1971 will be returned S, Brown described below from RIB to calendar months from the time
following certificates
tmopened has man, a/k/a T.J.
Sweet Shop: Sandy Starling Instead filed said certificates for Clerk of Circuit Court of R1C: Alderman of the first publication of this

of Sandy Booth. Bean The Department will act as tax deed to be Issued thereon.a Bradford County, Florida That portion of Section 11 County Judge's Court, In First deceased. notice. Each claim or demand

Bag Toss-Allen Crews;Tickets AGENT for the Districts to The certificate numbers and 10/7 4t 10/28 and 15 lying 1000' North of and For Bradford County Flo 1971. publication on October 7. shall be In writing and shall

and prizes: Dewey MCKInney receive bids evaluate submissions of Issuance the Laura Church Road and that rida. In re: Estate of Thomas state the place of residence and
and Sandy Booth. and nominate successful :years of the description and the portion of Sections 22,23 26 J. Alderman a/k/a T.J. Al George H.O. II, Pierce post office address! of the claimant -
property Drawer
Anyone willing to help on bidders to the listed school names in which it was assessed and 27 lying North of State derman deceased Starke Ila. 32091 1030 and shall be sworn to by
these committees Is asked to districts. NOTICE FOR BIDS Road 16 all In Township 6 NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll the claimant, his agent, his attorney

contact the school. Tickets are Each bidder shall submit with are Certificate as follows No.: 20. Year of The (Head Start Program of South Range 22 East. creditors of the estate 10/7 Attorney 4t 10/28 for Administratrix and day such claim or

not on sale for the prizes to his Proposal a Cashier's or Issuance 1968. the CUBB Economic Agency ALSO of Thomas J. Alderman a/k/a demand not so (lied shall he

be given away at the carnivalon Certified Check or acceptable N Description of Inc. will be accepting bids until Reclasslflcation of property T.J. Alderman deceased are -I County"
Property 66.66'
of half block The Court of The void.S
bidder's bond made to 12:00 of October 15
Oct. 30. Tickets on a double payable 6 in W. of : noon from EA to Rl-C: hereby notified and requiredto / Myrwin I. Long
barrel shotgun a gas grill the School Boards of the listed Name in which Ry Clifton 1971 at the Head Start Office S 1000' of Section 24 lying file any claims or demands Judge, Bradford County Florida As of the Last \Will and Testament -

a bike a P.J. doll, and a por- school districts in the amount N. Prevatt.All assessed at 136 North Temple Avenue North of State Road 16. all which they may have against In Probate.In of executrix.
table mixer can be obtainedat of five percent (5%) of the bid of said Post Office Drawer 970, Starke In Township 6 South Range said estate In the office of the re Estate of THOMAS T. Thomas I I'ong, deceased

the Brooker Elementary der's sum total of his Pro- the County of property being In Florida; for construction of the 22 East. county judge of Bradford County LONG. Deceased.TO .

School and at the various stores posal as a guarantee that, if of Florida. Bradford State following item: This change In classification Florida in the courthouseat ALL CREDITORS AND! First publication Sept 23, ((971

In Brooker and In Starke. awarded the Contract, the bid- Unless such One Mobllo Homo Shell to be Is subject to a public hearingto Starke Florida within six PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS! OR

der will enter Into a Contract certificate or used as classroom. bo held on Tuesday October calendar months from the date DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES 9/23 4 (tp 10-14

LINGERIE SHOWER with the Boards and/or Gen-

eral Contractors and providethe ---
Miss Jo Ann Bass, brlde-
eleot of Gene Faulerson was required Performance and '

honored with Sa lingerie shower Payment Bonds all executed: by ,

given at thd community cen- Surety licensed to do businessIn

ter on,Saturday night, Sept. 25. the State of Florida.
A lavender and white motif Proposals may not be with-

was used throughout the center. drawn for a period of 150 days

Arrangements of purple bache- after time has been called on

lor buttons were used to de- the day of bid opening withoutthe

corate. White linen cloths were consent of the Department.

used on the registration table Individual envelopes contain- yoMoTe 50 FOOTBALL TICKETS ,

the gift table and the refreshment ing each Proposal shall be opaque 'Sd es ; TO ICIIIII
and must be so -
; table. The linen cloth on ,, MIAMI HURRICANES -
that they be easily -
the refreshment table was over may HOMI GAMES
laid with a lace cloth. White identified as containing a .
sheet cake G
adorned with laven-
Outside of envelope must show _ I OMr INM l> I I'll I "ISI'IC
der roses and punch served l\l I III I'OMWlnnvr
from a crystal bowl were inviting only the following Information( : Will 6. N tlfl,/ .d B, Malll,
of winner will b* fumlihd
Out- -town
to the 13 guests. Ivy a. Name and location of project trail*. a> hotel room for on* nl.hl'
encircled the punch bowl. as described In the Construction -
Games and Documents;
were played prizes -
awarded to Brenda Bass and b. Name and address of Bid- ,,,\\'\

Judy Wentworth. Miss Bass received der.c.. \t.\\
Identification of work for \'At 'f
many lovely gifts.Among C\t.\

these was a lavender gown and which Proposal Is submitted; !. .......' Co..o,".'.

peignoir set given to her by i.e., structural carpeting etc. ........,.. 0 th., in ocya"'. ,1 Slot "'
the hostesses Marie Bidding Documents may be b SAVE r cQ
Wanda Rabon, Mary Joyner and obtained at the office of School- / t "caca.;dWomyl I"' "riO'"oc"" '" gA I O j WefSsriv

Betty Walker. house Systems Project Bureau _... rb0po .. .o 'f ON NEW ITEM alO Rat,
of School Facilities, Depart d1't'p.' "" OEef" ,
.. I
.J. lot 0.-
ment of Education Suite 500 i tj0n '
'" TED
\" tb
"" ,
Miss Jo Ann Bass Is honored Tallahassee Bank and Trust ,,',1"o... ",0' collo" .. ssl xA'r, ''r;Oa ,
Company Building Tallahassee .Iot' at'.0.9.. t.ro' .
again. This time with a mis- c ".'" "/.. "Ohg cellaneous shower given at the Blorida 32304 Telephones '1 tonb"" ,0 S 'b''b:nr
Brooker Community Center on 599-5874 and 599-5792. on or \ .' e tfrn112 1y
after September 27, 1971 Appli- It. Dolphins'Footballs /fgp ,
Saturday evening. Oct. 2, at 8 91 ( .R.rrSay'
cation for documents togetherwith
p.m. The registration table was 1
decorated with a lavendar lilac a check for $75.00 per ROUr '

and white set, should be filed promptly. A f..h
arch centered (, 'j Whit with orange .tripe*. e N 1oil
material will be
Bidding mailed -
with silver wedding bells. The bat, ,
shipping charges collect, If de- f'p..
table was covered with a white
linen cloth. Ivy was laid in sired. Costs are not refundable.The /.r Faotu.ng,

front of the arch. The posts Department reserves the ,( -f.i Dolphin,,, Embl.r ,
were decorated with lavenderand right to reject any and all bids ,\ Men's S I
and to waive any informalitiesin
lilac crepe paper. Silver
wedding bells hung between the bidding. ,. ass ie S.lf I ,lam k w
Date September 20 1971 nJ ,1'1'o' t t' ;
two posts. Both the gift table r'lr PA t, 1/
of Education LLSH/PMEN/ yaw ,ram
Department Na g

and ered the with punch white table linen were cloths cov- Floyd T.of Christian Education Commissioner a.Je.. Plo d al5lrorrb aed I Stadium Seats t1l' tf ...lonhDP n m,

The ilia r. rolyd .h.R "
gift table had lavender i ., .Z -..
and lilac crepe paper drapedon 10/7 3t 10/21 a uel i.Sh tom ,J bmlwtabl.loam" 'tear : Sa'd a
1e0 and bock re... Alumin,,
the front. The punch table 3d
urn frame fold flat /for kr 1 .f std
was decorated with a lovely arrangement oty carrying' and foitforage ( '

of fall flowers consisting In The Circuit Court of Brad- / .O'Y -

of golden rod bache- ford County Florida S / L
lor buttons and pink vine. Punch Case No.MORTGAGE. Save 1.00 ,

whUecake was poured sQuares with laves= McCoy FORECLOSURETolbert and Anna Lee t TrrA34

McCoy his wife and The Community 1 y 5,, Eagle Motor Oil HO 30

State Bank of Starke Made ( 1 flO It.I .
der roses were served to the .
A Florida Banking Corporation. y I ir r">a '
40 guests. Boys .
.", "
Weldon P. Bart-
Games were played and prizes Plaintiffs -vs- SneaM rs '0"87X35 .,1._ a'A'....
won by Marie Archer and lett and Elba S. Bartlett, his Striped

Linda Cox. The honoree wife and Central Soya of Tlf- bolt
was a t Y Sav. S0%
ton, Inc., A Foreign Corporation S.a.an. n..ot t
presented with a beautiful white < I I
Defendants. a h 9 h with .. ..
carnation corsage. Miss Bass Low blacb ._-.. .mblacM
ACTIONTo dt'D' -
received many lovely gifts. Among .
these was a beautiful white : Central Soya of Tlfton, /

king size bedspread (Morgan- In., A Foreign CorporationYou "
Sylvania Eagle
Jones) given to her by the are notified that an actionto Binoculars

hostesses Rose Hunt Marie foreclose a purchase money Radio & TV. Portable //A"/ I
Gertie Jones mortgage on the following pro-
Archer Betty
Hayes Lula Mae Mines, Dolores perty In Bradford County Men's Loafers -r tubes Radios .}
Drawdy and Carol Lee Starting at the Northwest corner }ti
107.011 LIST ; }S'
Jones. of Section .3, Township e Antqu.B., wn, jlor ;y .M

The Bass-Raulerson weddingwill 7 South Range 22 East, run Buttoned nap tyl. T S L
South 526.5 feet to a point, Long wearing *.01.S LI
be an event of Saturday said point being where sect- r.s 6'' to 12 tmalic, binocular, 7.is-. 'type FRII T.V.
Oct. 16, at the Brooker Baptist with, ',. nod iOOKPr
don line crosses East side Save 21% high q"ol.y p"nU.n I HIP AIR
Church. '
ail ftjt
coated optic % F"eld view
of State Road No. 28, for a
100ofdf., Shoulder irtijt 1
PERSONALSMr. point of beginning; thence Ina ,, el ?
4 / ig r iv MC luded Boned
and Mrs. Leroy Stokes Southeasterly course along W
East side of State Road 1064
and Charlie visited Mr. and
feet, thence 856 feet to Southeast Sava 6,99
Reed Lewis In
Mrs. and
Silver Springs recently.family The comer of the Northwest 7X50 [Eastern Hair Dryers"

Quarter (NWl/4) of the North- Men's ;', Binoculars C .
two families enjoyed boating yn' : "
(NWl/4) of Section w m
down Silver River. They docked west Quarter CrewSocks 7 .
at Sliver Springs. 3, Township 7 South Ladies'Barfus
East thence Northon
Range 22 ;
Those dropping by to wish Cardigans
Ernest Edwards a "Happy quarter section line 948 l' Sa v 2,00

Birthday" on Sunday, Cfct. 3, feet, thence West 1301.8 feet Cainfortablolr Y 100 Acrylic acm

were: Mrs. Lottie Edwards Mr. to point of beginning' and lying tchf y > WI. ,. a pa.r.h 0 lief 1 ,
and Mrs. Gene Edwards Tina In the :Northwest quar- whit, and s ,J yc 40

and Johnny from Lake City ter (CNW1/4) of Northwest colon, with

Mrs. Tommy Cox Bradlee and quarter of Section 3, Town- .tnp.d topiSu. Sav. 1.11 Tote Bags iw +

Deena and Mrs. Inez Green ship 7 South Range 22 East, .> 10'1 U f
containing 24.91 acres, more IS" X 12" X 6"
Welcome home. Robin Par- less.ALSO thtN Stainless Steel Colgate 100
or .
rish! Robin has been Jackson
Smartly ttyUd n.n
Memorial Hospital down In Miami : The following personal df myl Aa.on.dy lay, Sauce Pans MouthwashtLI

undergoing special therapy. property situate on above described Save 157' aaj ,. Zipptr, ock ind hv i or Fry Pans
We real property: rt 12 Oz.80s' .
are thankful for his Ir
Improvement. Continue 3840 laying cages and water- Say. 2.00 q. h
your qi' ..
and feed 2
prayers for him.* R6bln has ers troughs. automatic Dal r a
feeders and waterersand
returned to school at BUS. IYQ
6 Bulk feed tanks r YOUR fX01ff
Help keep Brooker In the I \
and auguars 2 Egg cooler unite -
news by contacting me at 485- *
3801. Thank you.ADVERTISEMENT. 1 egg grader egg baskets Boys' Girls'S
2 feed carts 2 feed

scoops 1 egg washer 6 Poul- Husky Striped Flare Leg

try barns I cooling house
1 Tool shed and I Tool house Pants Jeans Slacks -.. '_ -=3,00NIan

FOR BIDS 2 Deep Wells and pumps. 1 Polaroid Color Film Hour After Hour l Lustre Creme
1956 GMC Truck 1 Ford Tractor P.rman.nt Flan Ug tty doubt. Ynr.

STATE PARTMENT OF OF FLORIDA EDUCATION, DE- 1 disk 1 rotary mower Pro, Flop R.mfore pock.d..t r Sttch.dfent, Polocolor and 'i m type. .. Spray Deodorant Hair S Spray

1 two toe corn planter 1 cultivator Fabrics al Px.ihrunkcotton y1' a.m. Elash.rn Eght"' X 4' p> inciiti
Florida ,
Tallahamee. to r fall w m.rbond I
all shrubbery Moch.in 40z. 12 Oi.
SCHOOLHOUSE SYSTEMS ; talon. S en F.II eolah
has been filed against you and 11' wraihobl*. 11'1. 110Not'Ily.
PROJECTPROGRAM 4 76 to 30, Soy. rY:
NOTICE TO BUILDING SUB- Weldon P. Bartlett and his wife 4-? Sta 6 to)6) d to Id I

Elba S. Bartlett and you are
: Sold
Separate. sealed proposalswill required to serve a copy of L 4.00ai.00 23% : rr l 1.00
be received at 2:00 P. your written defenses, If any I

M. local time on Tuesday to it on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., I r !I

of October the 26 Schoolhouse, 197i in the Systems office Plaintiffs'is attorney P.O. Drawer whose 340 address -, r 1 h ;'y / '

Project Department of Education Starke Florida 32091 on or
Tallahassee, Florida before the 5th day of November ina

for furnishing and Installingthe 1971 and file the original

Structural Heating-Venti with the Clerk of this Court eit cmli.lii ?* it* 111 iiii itii nil nn mini! nnwiC tiiMtiui mUMMll
; either before service Plain nil I. lit *. l> Hl* IIimiri.il IMCI
lating A Air Conditioning; on tsi I ? _"_ n Liui_*iti_ ; in iiini Mtni LIII *IT ncmt iLtM nit IIMII*
Lighting-Celling; Demountable tiffs' attorney or Immediately i MUM emeuMM ,.'.*? .. '.. ."Jf'll..tmi lll ITII |l llll* TII IXIMIKItlC* LIII IHIKIIIKMI r>llt IHCC IT nimliniiii itit *i*
thereafter otherwise ItlHf MluMlCllllrTI.HIH
; a default JIMW* IT
Partitions; Carpet; Roofing-In ( Ill* IVITtt IIHtf > > ( III *t lll II 1C* *ll M*
stallation and Cabinet will be entered againstyou NttLVVVttIlll triTi i civirit ( t mn iru mi Miin* i i>i in uimtinCHTLI '
building : for the relief demanded I tl lIH Mil I II 11.Mlf RIMI IT vll 1C1 till CITr ITT M. Ill IIIIIOTIIIIlltlLCIII ;;::rr:? ::,,
Sub-systems for the following in t tun > Bi il nv IIKKtllUIITtUIIMI
. the Complaint.
my and seal
. 1. Polk County New Junior
'. of this Court this October 1 r.

.';\ Oct. 7, 1971 TelegraphA Page 7


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AILS 77ti School Kings:

Ours hove the
REG. "Now" look r.wwMI ww.r.w .
KICKING TIE SIZE ; Na., ..-;.:
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Each Weds
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STARKE. LIVE OAK "w'.'vn"nxnww.m.n.nm
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During Football --.- .
Season WIN $50.00 WEEKLY xvNMOAfc .. -

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AND ITS OPPONENT. :Jze$35.00 $15.00
Fill In th. blank with your gu... and bring to our ttor. :,
b.for.5 p.m. Friday pr.c..ding gam or g.t registration
blanks at our ttor. Everybody- Eligible- Except- Telegraph Employee*

MyGueasls FIRM| i

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TELEGRAPH OFFICE 1..I.Chn.. ---------u -
Football Season, Stark. Builds! will from
During Supplies BY 6 P.M. FRIDAY sill P0.111CI..Illy TIRES
give", 6 of' th... R.g. sit. footballs each w..k FREE 11 .
B. sure to 'fill in this blank or aet blank at our store Tie..fl.me. counted. .. mi..,.. ua- Bank- Poholor Curl; & Fibrrgh1,!. i
I. marked
._ J > s cte. $29 93
a. and hove", it in our store by 5 p.m. this Friday.In r g Carl l rteri- e TX lii it-unit .
ease of tI., first 6 with corr.ct scor w n.ar..t (
corr.ct scor will win. Fill It Out CIIII t Cirrr- '4 PII PLUS .
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NAMEADDRESS.PHONE----------------- EiIH-
NowLast FlorlM/ Ink-
/1 Floildi fnCHrtnl\ -
Week's Winners
First Ftetnl-
Starke Builders
SuppliesPHONE I 1st Prize Ikllday I.a. --. ------ .412 E. Call St. Phone 964-5800 I

964-5270 FERNANDINA vs. ST. AUGUSTINE JickKM BulltoiKtrrtuckj
c- STARKE2nd Frl* LOANS '

Prize ecDId

IlM't Sat.ysh.o' A New Car...
.... -" It's Great!
RENT It.n.Bldl.Ju.flr l \\k' And it's easy to
Each week-end football gameswill write this number In the space I I
be selected, one In each provided In the entry blank. 11111..'.jmlrfMlei -- own, with a low-
ad on this page. Indicate which this will bo used as a tie break- cost Automobileloan
tl ctrle
team you think will win and er. -
write the name of the team All advertisers and employees I.MM...".till..HIM-....inI. ..,1.,..i......... from this
opposite the advertisers name are eligible to win. Only BradIn w I'::IL.--_w-Iw.-by. I.y-. .a.:..- Full Service Dank. You can rely on us
entry blank no scoresjust ford County Telegraph employ-
lar the winner. ees are not eligible to enter I TMINU' ...__...._rOIMTt, WILL.. with confidence for all financial needs.
The prizes will be awarded contest. TMt lIOn KOIIIO(T MT TIAM LIITIO

each week on the basis of most and mall or ......, The Community State Bonk Of Starke
selected correctly. In Clip out entry ------------------------- .
games ____._.._______ ..'..._..
case of tie, pick a number bring to Bradford County Tele PNONI NDADOII ___________ 111..r.MKMRKR t1.Y-
which you think will be the graph. All entries must be In IIf___________.__.__.___ "ACCOUNTS Or FKDEIIAI NOW DBIMWIT INSURED IIKHI HANI'R("rOHIOKATII
largest number of points our hands by 6 p.m. Friday. Cl"___________._____________ TO $20,00000
scored by any one team and only one entry,please. NORTH CAROLINA vs. TULANE

Enjoy All The Football Action BJTJ POWELL Household Pests Are On
With A New

is on your side.He The PrmvU
Your deed,your jewelry,your will and your "When
bugs become a pest and put you to
other valuables vault safe
are yet
quickly-available in a Safe Deposit Box. :.. mat large xlxtkn ..N.w CeUr can handle all your Insurance Life" health the test let us lay them out to rest, call
.... :
We have boxes available for small/, TV S.li (ram pertoblet U home car. One man, one plan. Insurance is much "
right now a Cmbinoti,SM.V flw Fell Spert, the pro's at Florida Pest! ,
deductible rental fee. ..'IDn In itler M reel ,....wM Ihlnk IIIT e... silnplerthat way.
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Swtftttt Straikberrlt TM Side ot leaven I I&o' BHS Battles 0- 0

!!!!i8a! 0c01"rm V" !8!: .Q$!. 9.I8;" J. w

With Sf. Augustine


rx "-""'"

Time ran out on a

struggling Tornado

football team slowly

gaining mastery overa

bigger St. Augustine

High in a Florida -

I : Star Conference

/ game which ended

0-0 in the ancient city

Friday night.

St. Augustine pushed Bradford -
High gridders all over the ,
Held In the first half, and came 'I
Uterally within Inches of scoring -
only to be ntnnoad cold with
the nose of the football resting

on the goal line. In the second
Wayne T..ton. snags a pass from Eddl. Hazen a* BHS attack start to click. period the tables were slowly

(photo by Danny's Photography) turned and the game ended with
the ball resting on St. Augustine
one-foot line and two plays / t
f- Y
but no time left :

Name of the game Friday
was defense. SA rolled up 141
yards rushing in the first half
Cross but were not allowed to dent +
City Upsets the Tornado end zone by agony; J v
little Big Red defensive unit
that got tough when I t had to.
Three times In the first half

Lake Butler 32-J3 the Tornado defense stoppedSt.
Augustine deep In Bradford
territory as the Yellow Jackets .
clearly dominated the first hall 'T..m. ;;; "' ;;'fJ r;.;;:, jTi\'I\' : ...lr W J.DI!, iQ.1:; ;; :........

of the Rolling up an eight
Wayne Corbin ran for three teamed up so well, the Bear's bright spot In Lake Buler's first game.down to two for BUS.. Middle of BHS d.f.ns. rite. up to stop SA from scoring guard Joey Branion (hidden behind No. 73)), linebacker Vernon I

touchdowns and returned an Intercepted added up another 170 yards came. It was a different story we from the one-inch line. In white, BHS defender with their Barber, tackle! Farelan MeClellan, and linebacker Gene Melvin

Cross City;pass smashed for another Lake But-as was rushing Collins between who later the finished two. It Lake Butler would have made second half when the Tornado heads in the action ore, from left tackle Bobby Dyal, middle- (photo by Danny's Photographykept -
the score somewhat closer had defense became much more effective -
ler 32-13 Friday night. the 14 yard scoring In the the fifth game touchdownof with a It not fumbled In the second shutting the Jackets around the Tornado left end It was good for 19 yards son had time for only one pass allies and three Incomplete
Corbin, who scored twice In the year run,for him. quarter on the Cross City; one- off with a single first down on the ootlon. Comnrhnrk Mal- to the BIIS nine yard line. SA to Bailey, but threw too long passes killed the chance.
the Bear's opening game 69-0 On touchdowns Junkets alone yard line following a 76 yard and cutting them to 10 yards achi Henry stopped him. On had its best scoring'opportunity; as the first half ended. QB Hazen threw to wldcout

victory over Crystal River, this year, Collins: has raced drive. The play, similar to the rushing and Just eight In the third down Wilson again tried of the night with the momentumof Other than punts, the Tor- Wayne Testone for six yards
sparked Cross City; adding' four for over 100 yards with runs one In the AuburnTennesseegame air. the option but defensive end the game seemingly going Its nadoes had run Just 14 offensive in the left flat and fullback
more tallies on runs of 17,4, of 54 and 30 being his top ,. came about when Hud- But neither could the BHS Randy Gaskins slammed him way.Varnum plays from scrimmage in Carter bored out a hard four
8. and 20 yards plays. son tried to plunge over the top offense do much better, although to the ground for a four yard hit the right side of the first half. The second half, yards around the SA right end
The loss the first In of the line but didn't have con- it was Improved over loss before he could get the the Big Red line and got senen however, was a different story. on the pltchout. Carter got three
one who wild theBear's
Lake Butler was In three starts Hudson ran trol of the ball and missed out the first half when the Tor- pitch out away. yards to the two vefore Bernard Bradford came out .throwing, more yards to the 16 on first
for 109
secondary yardson
nadoes had only 20 yards rushing Brown made the stop. down, but then the penaltiesand
TD it in
on his second of the night. although was late the
while the victory boosted the 13 carries, was the only and none passing, due pri- On fourth down from the 14 On second down the going was game when quarterback Eddie missed passes began.SA .
Bear's record to 2-1. marily to a lack of field position yard line, Wilson rolled to tougher and Varnum got only along Hazen finally got the passing took over on !the BUS
to operate from. the right and passed to the yard to the Bradford one- attack to click. SA went to the 26 yard line, but lost a yardIn
STATISTICSCross An estimated 1.000 Bradford right flat to Varnum, but cor- foot-line. air too in the second half as four attempts. QB Wilson
1 C. Lake B. OP Blanks fans, students a nd adults nerback Bernard Brown stopped the Tornadoes closed down the punted 37 yards to the MI IS
the hard-hitting ball DEFENSE HOLDS 39 yard line In what turned
First downs 8 6 watched Varnum at the right yard line, Jacket running game.
Yds gained ru. 171 97 game. They were quiet the first short of a first down. Motley hit over his left guard out to be tile most controversial -
Yds gained pas. 170 178 half when St. Augustine kept BHS moved six yards In five on third down and there was a MOMENTUM SWINGS play of the night.
PA PC PJ 12-6-0 20-10-1 their team's buck tn the wall. plays, including a 14 yard run big pile up at the goal line. BUS had five first downs the
Punts 2-34 3-46 Bradford JY But the fans' respectfor their by fullback Brad Carter and When the official placed the second half three of them In LAST TIME OUT
Yds lost in Pen 45 15 little but quick Tornadoes grew two losses. Gray Flynn punt- ball again the nose of the pig- the drive for a last minute Officials penalized Bradford
with leaps and bounds and they ed 34 yards and SA's Ronald skin was resting on the BHS touchdown. SA had only one Coach David Hurse 15 yards
Cross City; 6 6 6 14 32 gave forth an earsplitting roar Bailey returned two yards to goal, but Tornadoes had held. first down In the second half for going onto the field to talk
Lake Butler 70006- when Bradford stopped the bigger the SA 47 yard line. The stands roared, then compared to eight the first to quarterback: Eddie Hazen.
Tailback Calvin Suggs danced galnst the Tornado line. On SA team on the BHS goal. The Jackets went at the Tor- quieted for the final SA down. half, testimony to the tougher Hurse argued however that
L- Hudson 60 run (Howard 45 yards through the Bradford third seven from the 45 the call Neither team could move the nadoes again with the same (Having to move the ball only going' against the defense of he had assumed a timeout had
kick). defense for one TD, as an obvious went to Suggs on a playoff football In the second half until ground eating running game.A Inches, QB Wilson tried a sneak. Bradford High. been charged against BITS because -
C-Corbln 17 run (run failed). superior Orange Park left tackle. Suggs was met atBradford the closing minutes when 26-yard run by Varnum on Again big pile up. The offlcal Neither team posed a scorIng Coach Mike Sexton had
C-Corbln 4 run (run failed). proved to be a poor host In Eddie Hazen passes and a pitch out around the BIIS uncovered the ball and placedIt threat In the final minutes.SA already walked onto the fieldto
C-Corbln 8 run Qdck failed). blanking the visiting Baby three magnificent catches by Malachi left end gave SA a first downat precisely where it had rested had BUS deep In Its own help off the injured Randy
12-0 the BHS before the play. territory only when Ma- Cask Ins.
C-Corbln 20 Interception return Tornadoes Thursday night and Wayne Testone car- 22. once
(Williams kick). Henry the Tornadoes 61 yards to Wilson tried the air route, The Tornadoes had held! lachi Henry Intercepted a long The 15 yard penalty had already -
While the Tornadoes defense ried
L-Mack 30 pass for Green o Augustine three yard then, almost getting a touch- It was then the big Bradford pass at the BUS 15, but the been marked off, placing
held the Raiders to a 13 yard the
down contlgent first really let the Tornadoes their out tile ball at the BUS 25
Odck failed). A slashing run over left on his first pass but It punted way yarn
total offense could not line.
C-Collins 14 run (Williams they Bernard Brown put popped out of end John Clark's players know they were there. of that hole. line. But In a rare occasion,
contain the fleet-foot tackle by
kick). as hands In the end zone. Wilson With time running out in the Henry Intercepted a third SA the head linesman overruled (lie
ed sophomore carried the ball ball at
the clock tickedfaway tofinal tried another pass on third second period. Bradford's pass at midfield and returnedto official who had dropped the
Lake Butler drew first blood 17 times for 138 yards. and one seconds the quarterback Eddie down but Malachi Henry got Henry! got three yards In three the Jacket 29 yard line earlyIn flag on Hurse and the 15 yards
with Benny Hudson scampering TD.The the first his three Intercep- tries through the SA line.Flynn the fourth period. It was the were given back. However, the
Big Red defense kept Hazen sent Malachi Henry over punted out to the BIIS 30 and
60 yards for the score. The Isolated tions at the five yard line Tornadoes' first good chanceto
PAT was good and Lake But- the game close for the better the right side on stopped an cold: and returned to the 15. Bailey returned to the 22. Wil score, but two off-sides pen- (S.. Page 10))
ler Jumped to an early 7-0 part of the night, containing a rl bv play St.which Aummtina.was Time did not Fullback Brad Cartar got BIIS
the powerful Raider running
lead In the first Quarter. out to the 30 yard line on a 15
game on all but a few plays. permit another play.
blast the
yard side.
over right
After the Initial shock Hudson's It wasn't until Orange ParK Neither did the lornaooes reachIng Henry was stopped cold but I I
have a time out leftafter Bud Mizell Kathy Winters
I long run, Cross City; came began running off right tac- the one foot line.Coach Sex- Carter got four more to the I
right back and easily disposed ida.. in the second half that the 34, then lost two yards on third
of the stubborn Tigers. Corbin Raiders moved the ball againstthe ton used one time out defensively don. Flynn punted 33 yardsto Winners In Football Contest
and Head Coach David
scored first 17
on a yard sprint tough Tornado defense. the SA 35 and Bailey
in the first quarter and then on Hurse had used one offensively. returned for SA to his 42 yard
a 4 yard plunge in the second' Going onto the field to help

quarter to give .the Bear's a STATISTICS off two Injured players cost line.The same dives and end runs B.F. (Bud) Mizell, Jr. of FIRM LIST JUST THE WINNERS HERE
12-6 led at half time.' Bradford OP the BHS coaches the other two off the option netted the Jack- Starke won first prize In the CL..o Ss TI fc ff
In the second half. ._
time outs
It wasn't until the game was 4 4 1 ets' Varnum and Motley one Merchants-Telegraph Football lINc..n-
out of reach did Lake Butler Bushing yds. 12 124 SA DOMINATES first down but Wilson was Contest last week by correctly .AVg> 7ik_rS
5.15,11 CM --
make the score somewhat more massing yds. 50 9 St. Augustine won the toss forced to punt from the BHS guessing winners In 18 of -- Sj2z
presentable as Ronny Mack got Pass att. compt. to open the game and electedto 37. Henry let It roll Into the 20 games. Sill ,..041 ____>s
Int. 12-5-0 2-1-0 receive. The Yellow Jac- end zone and BIIS took over tllufJ1.t'-. X
loose from the second-string Fumbles 3 0 kers promptly have 62 yardsto Its 20. Mizell had a perfect score CMMIIT"*
Bear secondary and caught a Punts 4-34 5-31 the Big Red 13-yard line. Tw o tries at end except for two games, which are LS tI
runs on
30 yard bomb from Green fora counted miss. Col .Mart.
as a
A pas that fell Running back Robert Varnum, pltchouts to Henry and Carter f'VVJ IV'C'(
second tnuchdowri.The Touchdowns: OP Suggs, 45 yard off the finger tips of end who led the night's rushing lost the Tornadoes five Miss Kathy Winters of Kings- Cti t C..,-----! 1r 1p'1FIAIrD
game was mote evenly run. OP. Williams, 9 yard pass with 70 yards in 20 carries, yards each time. Bernard ley Lake was second prizewinner ," CI1 I 'r -
Terry Hayes.the (tl
balanced statistics with both from Ferguson. was the big gun for SA. He got Brown got four yards over left She tied with 14 other con- iflmlti .,/ X'
teams riddling. h others secondary line of scrimmage by a help from fullback Ken Motley. side of the SA line, but Flynn testants who missed only one IMI---Abu/
for over 170yards pass Bradford, on the other hand Tornado lineman but broke the The option play up the middle again had to punt. From his 14 game other than the two tie .. J D r s'.'' )(.
Corbin could not move the ball against the Tornadoes SA'. Flynn got foot 1.11. Pnt ---
ing. and Willie Collins tackle as he did two others hurt most. a into the ball games. Miss Winters won second /r ..iVK/
I the Orange Park defense althe and out distanced the remain- big gainer on that first drive ind punted 41 yards to the SA place by virtue of guessing Flfit r...l-
running game of the Tornadoes der of the Bradford defenseto was Motley's 33-yard run on 15. 60 points as the highest Lf j{
t$1f. 1:1: 1'*:11:$11: m11111mr:111rt11111:1:1:1:1:1:1@11m: ;; ; ::::::: : : lost 12 yards for the go in standing up. The extra an end run off the option. That Tornadoes Excellent made coverage it Impossiblefor by five any team would score. Gainesville Mahler \mJKttw /Vif"' -O I -
night. When Bradford could not point attempt failed and gave SA a first down on the Tornadoes HUh! School rolled up 63 RiHemKwtatt --.-- .

SERVICE MENNavy move against the the ball Raiders on the they ground had the Raiders led 60.Bradford' 35. punt SA's and he Bailey let to It return roll dead.the points In beating Fort Myers. FnWMcOon --- 4tLrn1 ; ><.

From there SA's quarterback Miss Winters is the first woman V L J6...
to go to the air, but the Raid- only threat of the :
ers line spoiled the passing attack game came on the followingset Brice Wilson hammered at the SA DRIVEIt to win In the ten week /Z KI FNS/- .r
Airman Richard E. Lee as well dumping quarter of downs after Bradford Tornado middle trying to blow was at that point that St. contest. But about 20 per cent .N...Mflia4tmiSM .
son of Mr. and Mrs. EugeneP. back Charlie Green seven times returned the Orange Park kickoff the Big Red_line. out. H* succeeded Augustine, seemingly bound to of the entries are submitted c','a..fjf ttII.
Lee of 607 W. Francis St.. behind the line and forcing 16 yards to the Bradford but going got tougheras score before the half, put together by the ladles. i-
Starke Is aboard the aircraft Green to hurrY his passing 47. The Tomadoe then he neared the BHS goal. Its most determined .....-----2: e11Ift.
carrier USSlndependencewhichIa ton numberous other occasions. marched 36 yards In 10 pb in the Eastern Atlantic participating the Motley hit the Tornado winner and Miss Winters $15 .II" twlr--'
In the first quarter neither down to the Raider 17 yard four yards up middle up mid- StReKQ
in the NATO Strike team could move the ball In line. The biggest play of the Motley turned the BHS left end dle and on the option play as second prize winner. Illllr'.1.v.k."- :
Fleet Exercise Royal Knight. the-defensive battle .. Bradford series came on a face masking for six more yards and a first around the end. But It was the Entries in the Increasingly /U:
The seven-day exercise which call against OP, which moved down at the BHS 23 In Just two Tornado mldle that gave Mot continues to fMI. (I.'c' -
started Monday (.Sept 27)) Includes lost 3 yards on offense popular contest .........
35 warships and 200 aircraft and Orange Park 23. This was the ball from the 33 to the 17. plays. ley BUS 10 32.Then yards on the dive to the grow each week. Entries were, .M .... TO' .......ANN.
Varnum got three more over ..... of"r M..r-
under the flags>fCanada. not to last for long howeveras On first down the 17, Ricky! his right guard, then hit the with a third and six recorded last Lake week Butler from -... .....-Ie r'..-...'.-- -;<:Co"If-,...
Gainesville -
Norway the Raiders scored on the Hall
the United tried a sweep right around side for anda situation Wilson .
other eight yards went to the
Heights Lawtey, Brooker I 'NO'" .. .Y..._No..TI.... ..
and the United third of the second ,
the Netherlands play quar right end. but end Ted Williams first down at the BHS 14. air and tight end John Clark Hampton Ralford and TNI. ""If KO...T ANY. TIAM. IIITIOTelewiph
States. ter.After turned the play inside and nailed Varnum got three more over caught a pass at his feet as he ,
Royal JCnight Is one In a series a 33 yard Bradford punt, Hand for a 4 yard loss. On sec right guard. fell to the grounds. The reception Starke. .....-3. 6 J..i Ic. .
of regularly scheduled the Raiders took possession of down --- .,<
NATO training exercises designed the ball on the Bradford 48. dropped back Green went and was questioned, one referee Now, regardless of your sex, ._.Noan. __ ,\.o. ;:;: Ie -'
but couldSe.
topa8l. GOING IS ROUGH '
to test the NATO Strike On the first two downs Orange signaling completion turn to page 8 and test your ....11. _
Fleet's combat'effectiveness. Park found little running room Then BHS got tough. QB Wilson another an incomplete pass. knowledge (and luck) In the .___.
picking! up only :3 I yards a- ( Page 10)) got out a short yard as he But the catch stood. world of football. .

Oct. 7, 1971 Page 9'I

......\I.- _ --- 1. - - -- -- '" ,

Coaches High Nell And Activities Coaclies Laud BHS Effort. .

From (From Pogo 9))

THE RECCENTER ; __ Tornadoes were charged with the Jacket forewall but was
On Effort
w a timeout, ss la usually the stopped cold. There was no

!! time for another play.

I case when a coach goes onto
the field to help an Injured FANS HAPPY
JWtk/J player. Listening to post game com-

Of TornadoesBradford MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALL BIIS DRIVES ments as fans left the field

Badcock Furniture continued With Just over three minutes all were proud of the effort

their domination of the Men's ,. left In the game Malachi Henry the Tornadoes made even though

Flag Football League as they yA went up the middle for five they didn't win.
trounced the "Red Necks" by yards In a twisting run. QB "I thought we were overmatched -
of 47 0 on Sept. but the boys Just
High the cole Hazen was nailed behind the ,
football coaches Conditioning also played a 29 for their second win againstno line on second down, however played a helluva game," one
are very high on their defense ____
large part In the St. Augus- losses.It __ by 8\ tackle Scott Rhoden. On fan was heard to say.
after their Tornado
grid- tine game. Coach Hurse point. didn't take Badcock but a third down missed on a passto The 0-0 deadlock leaves BUS
ders stopped tough St. Augustine's ed out. The Yellow Jackets couple of minutes to score after I wlc'eout Testone and BUS with 2 wins and a tie for the
running game twice Fri- definitely weren't the on with Live Oak due to
In opened
as tough they game was penalized IS yards for hold- season
day night In the 0-0
fray. the second half he said especially offense. John Watson hit Woody I visit Bradford Field tomorrow

The first time the Big Red In the fourth period.Add- Strickland for a 38 yard pass- But from his 28, QB Hazen night. SA takes on Fernandina
defense got tough was In the ed to the fact that BHS playeda run TD. The extra point was I :'JL.E threw 30 yards to running back in St. Augustine.

first period when the Tornadoes tighter defensive ball game no good and Badcock took the Malachi Henry who made a

stopped St. Augustine at the second half, die SA tiredness lead 6-0. a ry great catch when he came down STATISTICS
the 10 yard line Then In the contributed to the swing The Red Necks dug in and although with the ball among three SA BITS SA

second period the Yellow Jac of momentum to Bradford High. having a couple of scoring i 3, defenders. It gave the Big Red
kets drove to. first down Badcock's y} 7 9
at SA rushed for 141 yards in chances Inside a first down at the SA 43 First Downs
the BHS nine yard line. That 5-yard line could not score. yard line with three minutes Yds Rushing 46 151
Ume the Jackets almost stung 10 half netted only Jim Garllngton's 60 yard punt Y V4 11 left In the game. Yds. Passing 56 33
Die Tornadoes, getting the nose yards with its rushing attack return and another Watson- Hazen went to the option and PA-PC-PI 7-18-2 3-12-3
of the football on the Tornado In the second half. Strickland pass Increased the kept around his right end for Fumbles Lost by 0 0

goal line. "They realize the sprints we score to 20 0 at ha If time. four yards to the SA 39. But Penalties 25 35

Again the Tornadoes rose up run are well worth the effort" The second half was almost r : on second down he lost the Punting Avg. 7-31-5 3-39
and stopped St. Augustine from Hurse says of his players. a repeat of the first as Bad- } four yards back on the same
scoring. cock put 27 more points on the play as he slipped down. Score by Quarters:
"Those two efforts were Just One thing BUS coaches were Scoreboard while the outclassed
exceptional" says Coach Mike not pleased with was the offensive Red Necks could not score. BIIS 0 0 0 0- 0
effort of their Torna On third down and about two
Sexton tutor of that defensive John Watson scored on TD anc SA 0000-0
line. does. passed for four more.Jim Gar. v j sa minutes left, the Junior BUS
ling ton scored three TDs am quarterback hit tight end .
Men In the middle stopping "Offensively I think we can passed for one more. Wood\; Charles Wright on a 14 yard
QB Bruce Wilson sneak on do much better" Coach Sex- Strickland scored two TDs foi pass play and a first down at I-tf II .
fourth down were middleguard ton says. Offense was stressedto the undefeated Badcock team the SA 29. q
Cone Melvin, tackles Farelon the Tornadoes in practicelast The second game saw Kit With time rapidly running out, fP :tt
McClellan and Bobby Dyal ends week Coach Sexton pointed Chen's Tile take the measui I Hazen passed 26 yards to wide- 1

Charles Wright and Randy Gas- out. of Draw-tile 38 19. Kitchen' out Wayne Testone at the SA 3. ,
king and linebacker i w dvAhr u .tJr'ersr>Iri .Ah to bring -.;.:
Vernon But St. Augustine's defensiveset Tile had Draw-Tlte 13 0 1 Testone leaped high
Barber and Joey Branson.All called for few the first half before the "Hitch ad Co- the ball down over an SA defender' \i1t"1): ::
up a changes Performing football fans this season are Bradf High malorettes Kay Epps t'
played outstanding defensive in blocking assignments.That Boys" scored. Willie Griggs mill. Gottwlt Anita. Green end center kneeling head majorette| Sandi Morgan. head. \
ball except for a few break left some doubt In the passed 25 yards to Steve Tho- On first down Bernard

downs In the (first half when player's mind Sexton says and mas and 12 yards to Gene Mel- Brown slashed his again way to the ,v. (J;!

St. Augustine had several big the Tornado offensive line was vlnf SA one foot line (in a tough run ...f ..
plays soys Coach Sexton. SAcaught slow getting off the ball. vln for their first half scores. first that nearly got him Inside the
Larry Hadley hit Mark Crau- only 1-1/2 points separated
slanting SA endzone. On second down "Look relieimlve, ut
place from third. Three boys n>|
the several "Of course St. Augustine dons in the end zone for a 10
wrong way plays
Just broke right for them. a real good ball club but I yard TD.Grlggs. from Keystone set the pace as Henry tried the left side of 11'11..1. "0"...."

felt like we could have done passed for four more Jody Smart won first with 174-
"I tell you, I'm real proud better." TDs In the second half as he 1/2 points. Mike Wingate was
of our kids. It took a whole hit John Powell with one for second with 173-1/2 and Tom-
lot of guts and character to Sexton also mentioned several 35 yards Calvin Varnes for my Martin had 173 for third
hold them at the goal. times the Bradford fans 56 yards Larry Mercer 50 place. Seventeen boys compet-

"You know they're not quitters who followed the Tornadoes to yards and Steve Thomas for ed.The
because they didn't quit St. Augustine and filled one three yards. Hadley threw two 12 year old group had STARKE'S
then and they were still plugging entire sldo of the field touchdowns in the second half three time winner Jimmy Pre-

away at the end of the "We hitting Charles Howell for sev- vatt take first with 265-1/2
really were appreciative -
point Mike Kitchens won second LOWEST
ball game en yards and Steve Ashley for
of all the
people over
with 238 poInts and Gregg
Hurse also had words of one yard. 1
there. We had real support from
Gaubatz took third place with
praise for the defensive : FOOD
secondary students and adults alike. It :
KITCHENS 2-0 RED NECKS 232-1/2 points. There were 15
coached by newcomer "
was really tremendous.
DRAW-TITE 0-2. boys who competed.The .
Steve Bushoro. 0-2L
But on the goal line stand, The Tornado fans two bus SCHEDULE: 13 year old group with FOOD FAIR PRICES !
Head Coach David Hurse was loads of students the BUS band, WEDNESDAY! OCTOBER 13- Just 11 boys competing saw Sam- QUALITY ,
hard pressed Monday after and hundreds of adults let their 7:30: Rednecks vs Kitchens 9 uel Pittman win with 241 points. 320 S. WALNUT ST.

watching films of the game to players know It when St. Au- p.m. Draw-Tlte vs Badcock. Glen Desue took second with GRADiD SUPERMARKETS
find words adequate to express gustine was stopped at the goal WEDNESDAY OCTOBER! 20- 227 and Rex Slemer third place

his feelings. line. 7:30: Draw-Tlte vs Kitchens, with 222. U.S. CHOICE
9 p.m. Rednecks vs Badcock. All of these boys who placedin
their age groups won beautiful

KFC. AND FIRST ,FEDERAL trophies with the first
POST WINS place winners being eligible to COMPARE! oim-;: CENTER CUTSIRLOIN I SLICED 1/4
compete in the next level of '
Small. Fry Flag Football
N ; Ir! r League play got underway Mon competition, the Zone which Rice-A-Rani ":7.: =: o 3/l/ I PORK LOIN

day with Kentucky Fried Chicken will be held In Jacksonville 39c ;
1 Chinatown Rice M Ol taro I
and First Federal Savings & this Saturday October 8. OR BONELESS FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAKS

Loan posting opening day wins. Long Grain i Rice .r.o Y...M. 39c CHOPS
First Federal took a 12-7 1I
win from Andrews Drugs. Bar- Colgate Instant Shave "o I:,""?:01 39c 1

ry Thomas broke loose on a MSAllStarGame Pantry Pride Salt >' 9c 1 .* 1 2 TO
30 touchdown to
yard run put c.
First Federal In the lead 6- Cake Mixes -zsxsr:::;: 29c I _119 i 3 LBPKGS 68
.. v 0 In the second halt. David TonightFootball
Patrick got loose for 40 yardsto Toaster Pastries '-?'::::., 3/95/ U.S.CHOICE '1 LB

put First Federal out front

12-0. players from Brad rvttroAr LOW nictnmmM'Ww man CVMDAY tow mcf MfVHrwr tow mat1 ivwrwr LOW mat

Andrews got on the score- ford Middle School will play an Y- POra
un m.
board late in the game when all-star game tonight (Thursday FARMER ORAY ra ra o. 11AM Tf MM* ra
Leonard Johnson skirted his CORNED: : FYNI TASTI
Oct. 7)at 7 p.m. on Bradford -
right end for 8 yards and a Field. BEEF CORNISH

QB Eddie Hazen was plagued with SA. defender all night. touchdown. The extra point was Middle school students have
. good and the score stock 12-7. BRISKETS GAME HENS
(photo by Danny's Photography) been playing tackle football for
In favor of First Federal. the past month under Coach
The second game of the afternoon -
Jerry Patrella physical education a TO
saw Kentucky Fried Instructor. The contest will IBS
"I want to stress what a Applause could be heard at Chicken down the Community; be regulation with the 3 I I tKiqouo
a game
good Job our defensive secondary every big play the Tornadoes Bank 19-7 behind the running Scoreboard working and with

has been doing. Much credit made. And the longer the game of.Eddie Dyal. Dyal scored two officials. COMPARE! M f, ; BROWN'N SERVEDel
goes to Coach Bushore" went on, the more big plays touchdowns on runs of 15 and Donations of 25 cents for ; Pantry lAUD IN PUOFIIM

Hurse says. were made by the Big Red 5 yards. Mike Raley scored students and 50 cents for a- Monte Corn ::.::n ."'i:; :o.c..i: : 4/l/ Pride '* 'BISMNISSICOFFEE 1 CLOVERLEAFROLLS

Gray Flynn, most Inexperienced eleven. the other touchdown and Kenny dults are being asked in an i
man in the defensive McNeil scored the extra point effort to raise enough money Green Giant Corn Y".vi,1v: ::.C:::.1 4/l/ i

secondary due to being out with for KFC. for a party; for the players American Beauty Hominy ".v 2/25c/
an Injury all last season, had Community Bank dId bot score Coach David Hurse says.
done an outstanding Job Hurse I until the very last play of the "We would like as big a Cut Green Beans 'znz:' 4/l/ eG
points out. Adapting very well JV Loses game when Clayton Norman crowd as possible. We're real i
swept right end 3 yards for Rosedale Limas IIO"A'-' 6/l/ i C FRISK BAKED
after his injury Flynn is play- pleased with the way this program LB
Ing consistent ball. To Raiders. the touchdown. John Thomson'stry has worked" Coach ,,' 59
very Mushrooms ...... 3/89/ / ::
for the extra point was good ilurse states It Is the only 0' "N PCII BAG I 12 's 3/$1:

Flynn also did an outstand- and Community; Bank had a- feeder program the varsity; Pork & Beans tsrsr;::: 2123(1/
ing Job punting the best the (From Pag 9)) verted a shutout, 19-7. football program has and lIurse
Tornadoes have had In a long SCHEDULE:
Hurse said SA ;/ OCTOBER 11-3:45 expects it to become an Important IVHYDAY tow men1 IVHYDAY LOW ntcti i IVIKYDAY LOW mai MVUYDAY lowmcir
time of the n't unload it fast enough Williams MONDAY : part of the total football WHYDAY LOW w/cr/ iLIBBY'S
game. Averaging 37 yards per came again storming Andrews vs KFC 5 p.m. First program in years to come. Yn Lrl Yn7a Yn
kick the Junior also got the Federal Comm. Bank.WED'ESDAY. / .N f/ Ynra
through the 'Jornado line to drop vs Coach Patrella has done an ITAM IMPORTED CREMfTTE fANTIIY PKIDE SOUTHERN sa
punts high enough to allow his Green for a 10 yard loss. Third OCT. 13-3:45: excellent Job of organlnlng All VICITACLI BELIE
teammates to cover them well. down Green agalns was caught First Federal vs Andrews 5 teams and planning the middle LUNCH MACARONI orlN COOKING DEVILEDCRABS

There was considerable pressure In the back field and coughedup p.m. Comm. Bank vs KFC. school football program Hurse OR PEAS LOAF:
placed on the punter and the ball with David Crock- says. SPAGHETTI OIL
Flynn had to get his kicks off sdale recovering for Orange The junior varsity; grid contest -
qulckl), I large pointed out Park and ending the Tornado P-P-K CONTESTA planned with Buchholz in I 4/l 79* s 99<

Safety Malachl Henry stood threat. SUCCESSThe Gainesville tonight has been j PACK
Annual PPK Contest cancelled. The JV will resume
out obviously In the defensive Park took the second
secondary Friday with three Orange sponsored by Terwlllegar Ford its regular schedule next week. i i
half kick-off and marched 57 33 ICED FRESH BAKED U.S. NO. 1
Motors Golden
Interceptions, one which yards In 11 plays for the second was a huge success as 1 Ripe
stopped an SA drive Inside the score of the night. Calvin more boys registered and participated CINNAMON i WHEAT ; I :l::,

Tornado 10 yard line. Henry again sparked the Raider drive than ever before. Free Health BUNS WHITE
played an outstanding defensive picking up 28 yards on two There were 108 participants .i BREAD [BANANAS
ball game Hi'rse says. out of 148 registered boys between Tests OfferedTo

carries. On first down from the ages of 8 and 13 PKOor ajti.ir /!' ; CozPOTATOES t :
Public Here rrurrrr
old. f\
Monster man Bernard Brown the 34, he almost broke It open years : IrllrrP1 I / ,
The 8 old had 23
who also mined football last and only year group !
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season, has Improved tremendously by Terry Hazes after boys competing in their age Free blood pressure tests
an 18yard
the coach says. Brown gain prevented the group with Kenny Clark taking and free urine tests will be PRIDE LIME 1O : ; IOC
first place with a score of 14212 made at Starke (Winn-Dixie) 49c .if;
had four tackles and one assist The Tornado defense then dug BABY 1 /' ';::
points. Hershel Johnson Plaza from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. COMMAND; '
against SA. in and after a five yard penaltyfor ; LB BULK 1 ;o."a.. ,, .
came In second with 120-1/2 Thursday Oct. 7, for persons POWDER s eioooHANT. : ,..
off-side Starke and two while William Goodge went who bring a small urine I 1 .
Safety; Wayne Testone his only running seven plays yards, OP closer found to Unit pay home with the third place tro cimen. 14oxPKO 49C Sox 2/$11!I TOMATOES-2 IJM FIHMilPE 5 i APPLES 48*
experience a*I sophomore payIng dirt on fourth down. phy.The The tests are sponsored by CAN : : 4.::
9 old contest
off has Intercepted three year saw the Florida Seventh Day Adventist -
passes and played outstanding On fourth and three from the Leonard Johnson brother of Churches under the direction wm-ir low nitn mmmtr tow men IOHUS tun IOHUS sun [tmntr low mai fmirwr i nxt rtmn.ir
OP tow rtituOl
9. quarterback Ferguson
defensive ball, Hurse says Hershel take his age groups' of Mrs Blanche Steiner
Tettone also did an excellent caught the Bradford defense first place trophy with 151-1/2 R.N., State Community Service JUMBOHONIYDIW SIM'S Mil AMI w
job backing up Flynn as wide looking for the run and points David Patrick second Federation president, of Or- FRYER SKINLESS SWISS INSTANT SALAD JELLIES
receiver, catching the 26 yard found Tim Wiuiams open all place with 138 points and Scott lando. FRANKS I CHEESE MELONS
pass which placed: the TornaMI alone up the middle for the Clark third place with 120 The van Is staffed with volunteers ,

"- 'fthe SA one-foot line score.failed.The point-after attempt points. There were 25 boys and supplied with materials 49' 3/25 I Ki4/'
18n.1Jv seconds of the in this group. through the Community;
Orange Park threatened once The 10 olds with 17
year Service Centers of the Florida -------------""
again in the fourth tvm *r IQWmat |mtrm tow nitu imirsjr
quarter following lowrt/aiimmir/ tow
boys competing saw Joh Va- Seventh Day adventist / ilmiriJriow nun
a recovered fumbled by llnskl take the gold trophy of Churches / w

Ronnie Powells. The Raiders first place with a score of In the event of local disasters I /J HORMEL I TUNCH
marched from the Bradford 28
164. Kenny McLean took
to the 14 in three second the vans work with the ,'mlGIANT CHILI ...
plays but with 136 and Dennis Hengl Red Cross and Civil Defense I LUN..T J QUiK | FRIES
We fo not understand the ran out 0 f gas picking up <4< took third place with 150. In dispensing food clothing, 1 .... /
bier beam Jtat are making yards on four cracks at the The 11 year old group was and emergency care, Mrs. ''. ,

tone progress la regard to Tornado line. the closest of the groups as Steiner said. J----------------
the safely matcl.t .

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Grieving widows of recent SAVE WE AR-EVER COOK WARE "
deceased veteran are all to W.h
often dealt a second. emotional
blow when they learn that they (rH4M Utl OtWIjiVI( to6fcW* IWITMJIMONireAH V6u rUfl VIN are not covered by their hus rt* ; OMVtNt NiMb:; >Ult* .AYI*
band's CI life Insurance,accor- *o<>K'* ding to M.T. DIxon, state dir- ;AMiMrif M |!*; VAyo* 6&>A' -
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ector of Veterans Affairs. .
Cause of the problem Is clear I .
usually the veteran simply never .- Li r------------------
got around to manlng his
wife*as Administration beneficiary. The cannot Veteran I FOURTH WEEK $' DO :I

help since they are obligatedby C )UPON WORTH. I II --
law to pay theproceeds to I
the beneficiary: of record I 2 Qt, Covered Sauce Pan I II
In a typical case, DIxon I netted Without Coupon $4.99 I II
"the veteran named Ms bl I 1
mother as beneficiary when he I This week $399 I i i I
first took his Insurance policy with coupon I
upon entering military service I iffll I P
when he eventually married, COUPON GOOD OCT 7 11 AT YOUR WINN DIXIE I I HLUC _
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he forgot to tell the Veterans yF _
Administration to change the
beneficiary. When the veteran 8FEF PEO?'
died, the policy still designated y

$19,000 Ms Insurance.mother to"receive say PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 7 THRU WED. OCT. 13

In another case, DIxon advised -
the name of a former FRESH RIB HALF OR WHOLE.
wife\ may still be listed as the /
beneficiary on the policy Thus Pork Loin LB.58C wss&SN
a widow who often assumes .
she was the beneficiary, then
learns for the first time that BANQUET ((10 or more pi.c.i fully Cook.d)
the $10,000 does not go to her
but, to her husband's former Fried Chicken PKG 2.LB. $149 1 .
wife or mother. -
This results In a substantial USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND N.Y. UQ
hardship for the widow and : *:*
young children In many cases, Steaks P.Nw..y.. )
Strip $149 lu s CHOICE
Dixon says. LB. J *-UAU>'
Every veteran who wants to -
his beneficiary or
ascertain who he has named I-r CARVE OVEN READY
beneficiary Is urged to con- BOB WHITE OR HICKORY FRESH PORK
Rib Steaks $139
tact the Veterans Administration LB
Insurance Center, to whichhe 1/ SWEET SLICEDBACON RIB ROAST
,, pays his premium either In SHOULDERPICNIC
Philadelphia_ or St. Paul.If .
possible DIxon said the
veteran should Include his Insurance -
number as well as his T --1
full name and address so the
VA can properly Identify him \ SAVE
with his Insurance. \j I
For assistance on this or any )
veterans affairs Dixon urges
all veterans to contact their
local County Veteran Service SI
once an office of the Veterans .t :
Administration or by writing
him at Post Office Box 1437 :
St. Petersburg. LB.

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editorial. r Old Paran Church Observe --l

;, .: l Point-L view J k I 115th Anniversary In

Pam Baptist Church near ry any person or persons who Brantley, Sister Annie/ outes: ,
Claudie Fen-
Grandin. one of the oldest i shall be guilty of the offenseof Ida Joyner, and

churches thia lection Florida dancing, unless they voluntarily nel.There
will celebrate ita 115th make a confession at ( was a space of several -

: Anniversary with Homecoming. the next regular conference. years that due to trans
: It's Disney WorldOn Including the tradltonal "din -L -1 -ii February 1902On motion, portation difficulties the discontinued ser
Paran were -
vices at
ner on the grounds. on Sun- the subject of building a new
the assumption that everyone States from Washington to Nixon In day. October 17. church was taken up and discussed and meetings Church were held In

sooner or later will visit Disney figures that are so lifelike In every Paran Church was organizedon fE- and decided favorably.A at the!.Methodist During this time the
World In Central the first Sunday In October, committee of six was elect-
Florida here area detail they almost seem to breathe organ burned and Paran Church
1856 by Rev. E.B. Tlmmons, ed by the church to superin-
few tips for what they might be Indeed they do nod when Introduced, William Johnson, and M.N. tend the work, consisting of bought a piano toAugust replace It

worth gleaned from about six hours turn their heads politely as the spot- Strickland. Rev. Tlmmons Bros. S.E. Timmons,J.P.Wall, in 1934. In moved back 1931 to Pa-the

spent there during Press Day last light pauses on 'each, and one--Lin served as the first pastor, and yf W.J. Green, H.R. Alderman, congregation for services)
coInrises from his chair to speakIn continued to fill the pulpit for T.F. Rogers, and G.S. Roberta. ran Church 1940By vote of
Sunday when Florida newsmen were several years. Services were January
thrilling phrases that should bringa October 1902Resolution a-
the trustees were
the church
held the fourth
of this tourist at- on Saturdayand
guests great new lump to any true American's throat. Sunday of each month during dopted In conference Oct. 25, authorized to have electric

traction. those early years. 1902. "resolved that at the next lights put In the church.

On the lighter side, the attractionswill The present church, sitting conference of Paran Baptist Aug. 15. 1960-- Conference
Church that all rumors of disorderly of callinga
met for purpose
atop an oak-shaded knoll Just
be the
most Impressive to those
conduct of Its mem- fill the
r pastor to vacancy
who have not had the opportunity to off Highway 100 north of Gran- and !If
bers be Investigated made by Rev. John Strickland's
din Is the third
First and foremost: don't expect to building to
visit in Inevitably that membershipbe
Disneyland California. the The proven true, resignation. Rev. R.S. Gray was
serve congregation.
see it all In one day. It can't be done. perhaps much of Disney World first structure was a log house, withdrawn from them unless unanimously called to serve

Decide before hand what you want to In Its present state, is reminiscentof which was subsequently replaced suitable apologies are made. our church every Sunday afternoon -
see and settle for leisurely enjoyment by a frame building Rumors claimed: 1 1That for the ensuing year.
Disneyland though of the ,
many some are selling wine. 2-- This the beginning of ser-
of your selection, rather than wear attractions similar to the one now In use. was
are larger and 3--
newer That some are dancing. vices Sunday.
yourself out In a frenzied attempt to The second building was replaced thorlzed to take pledges !In cot- every
more glamorous than the California In 1902 when pose of assisting In formation That some are swearing, and June 30, 1954The church
see everything In a few hours. foundation ton or other articles of mer-
Clerk Instructed
counterpart. of a new association. some for non-attendance on the unanimously called Rev. CJE.
due to age, was Judged chandise at market prices for
church and
to a
beyond repair prepare regular church meetings; Underwood as pastor. Bye
Allow at least fifteen minutes wait- In March of 1877 the church letter to meet with the Penlal RESOLVED lot. that no one be Invited to takea Underwood accepted the call
But bear In mind that the part of
time Baptist Church on Friday before : leading part In S.S. or church which went into the
ing at each attraction (perhaps clerk that providing
reported the Paran
Disney World that is now completedIn the first Sunday In December 1 1-- That any Brother or Sis- service until they have proven form of a motion to change
record book had been
more as crowds Increase on busy only one-fourth or fifth of twill fire that consumed the 1877 for the purpose ter who shall engage in dancingbe worthy, or true members of time of service from Sunday
weekends little less disciplined by the church for
or a
waiting of organization.July Denomination.
eventually be the world's enter- "house and effects" of Bro. our afternoon to Sunday morningand
when crowds are lighter earlier In 1878On motion, a com- same. August 1903The question evening services and Mid-
the M.N. Strickland. The
the week). You should also budget tainment center. Epcot, complete Instructed to purchase clerk another was mittee was appointed{ to endea- 2-- That we as a church con- of building a house of worshipwas week Prayer Service on Wed-
city of tomorrow which will be built sider dancing to be
vor to raise $35 for the pur- any stepsor then taken up and dis-
five or ten minutes waiting time, at entirely under a plastic dome, Is In book and prepare a condensed pose of buying a church lot of movements of the body at cussed pro and con. The vote nesday.

least for a train to take you from "the 20 year plan," which Indicatesthat of statement the church.of the early history 5 acres embracing the land the sound of a violin or any was taken which resulted In

the parking lot to the main gate and the construction of Disney World This history records the original on which the church house other musical Instrument. the affirmative. The location CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONThe
then again for the monorail ( boat stands and also Including the 3That any Brother or Sister being next In order. The vote Church celebrated its
or continue over the next two decades.In members of the churchas
may of this church who shall Centennial October 1956 withan
ad follows
graveyard. was canvassed, results -
or another tram) to take you into that case, It will take weeks instead follows: R.G. Mays and wife; permit dancing In his or her : 8 In favor of present attendance of 600 members

Fantasy land, the main part of Disney of days, to enjoy the entire Marshall Seigler and wife: E. house be likewise disciplinedby location; 7 In favor of movingto former members pastors, and
World that Is open at the present time. panarama when it Is finally completed. B. Timmons and wife; L.E. April 1879The committee the church. Grandin. friends several visitors were

All in all, If you get from the parking Tlmmons daugtier Elizabeth, Elizabeth: Stricklandand : to define dancing was calledto October 1881\ -- On motion, Building Committee designated from out of state A "table"of
lot to Main Street (On Fantasyland) ; Elijah report. The following reportwas the church was obligated to pay thus: J.P. Wall. T.J. Rogers wire fencing was stretched
Wall and wife
Other entertainment Caroline Green
highlights, now ; the the of $75 for
pastor sum
and and
In less received adopted: and H.F. Joyner. between two trees was cov-
than thirty minutes you're open that should not be missed are S.E. Timmons, M.N. Stricklandand "Dancing Is a human inven- his services for the ensuing September 1903.- By motion ered with a large variety; of

lucky. The same time element applies the fabulous tree house of the Swiss wife: Elders-- William tion, consisting of certain acquired year. that the financial report in Association home-prepared food. Mrs. Lu-

to the'reverse trip when you Family Robinson with Its 250,000 leaves Johnson, E.B.; Timmons, and steps and movements On motion the Church resolved letter be recorded In cile Terry of Putnam Hall donated -

leave for home. each of which cost $1 or more to also M.N. records Strickland"a considerable The history of the body, producing certain to pay Bro. S.E. Tim- the minutes for future refer 150 fryers In memory
prescribed or specified figures mons for 7,780 shingles at the ence. Financial table: Pastor's of her parents so there were
make and had to be welded to the number of colored members
of manifestingJoy rate of $2.23 per thousand.On $36.70 Assoclational large of delicious fried
To make your stay worthwhile and for the purpose salary ; pans
who after the
massive limbs, one by one the comi- war. received( motion, each member was
; the
or producing pleasure. Missions $13.34; Home Missions chicken to go with other
see as much as possible In one day letters of dismission( to form
cal Bear Band the Haunted requested to contribute 10 cents
Grizzly ; The church by resolution dis- $2; Foreign Missions$2; good things.
plan on leaving Starke as early as new churches. These are believed to pay missionaries In the field,
Castle with Its amazing Illusions ofa approved dancing. Ministerial relief $5; total The morning sermon was
to have been slaves owned
possible In the morning .. certainlyno ghostly ballroom where dancers by the early farmers and Resolved that the church instruct employed by the Association. $61.04. preached by a former pastor,

later than 8 or 9 o'clock. With waltzed serenely right through the tation owners of the area. plan- her Trustees to buy 20 Sept. 9, 1904DedIcation.. Rev. Johnnie Strickland, and
three-hours traveling time to the Dis- acres Instead of 5 acres for Sept 1887Resolved that we After the Dedication sermon by another former pastor Rev.
Following few of the
are a
World parking lot, this should furniture, and visitors leaving the cas- highlights as recorded In the church house lot, paying $50 pay our pastor $100 to be ap- Rev. A.J. Reamey, the church Bob Gray of Jacksonville,
ney tle In small tram cars found, to their for same. portioned among the members met In conference for the pur- brought the afternoon message.
church minutes
put you there by 11 or 12 o'clock amazement (by looking In a mirror) : August 1881Committee on according to their property; val pose of adopting certain resolutions According to the church record -

(non-stop). You will then have to packa that a "ghost" was riding along with collections for church lot made ues, and all young men be offered by J.C. Strick- : "It was a beautiful day

lot of sightseeing Into the next five them. Then there Is the colorful "It'sA October 1877Clerk read the following report: R.S. Wall, assessed $1 and married ladies land. sandwiched in between severalrainy
or six hours to get the highlights In letter of dismission for this $1 I; Martha M. Cauthen,$1;Mrs.L. $1 I: voting ladles. 50c!. and June 1919A committee of and stormy days.A Mira-
Small World" attraction where spec church from the Santa Fe River( Wall, $1 l; John T. Cauthen minors 255.August five was appointed to collect cle Day. The church had prayed
before present closing time at 6 p.m. tators glide along In boats past literally Baptist Association, said letter $2; sources not remembered, 1895Resolved that funds and purchase an organ much for a clear day and God

thousands of singing and dancing mar- having been granted upon request $3.90 -- total 890. The com- this church Immediately hereafter for the church. The committee answered, Just as He has doneso

As attendance increases when more ionettes depicting native costumes, of this church for pur:' mittee was continued and au- withdraw fellowship from consisted of Bro. Johnson, L. many times before."

and:' attractions al everycountry, In the world. -- - -. --------- --- -- -
more : are completedand ". --- ------- --- --
Most \ OW" *-""' ,
-the winter. tourists Start arriving, : hrs"s womaR's By Martha Sue McCain

It is expected that Disney World will There Is far too much to describeIn :v. .' Extension I
'jmJdflfffifl County
start staying open at night--possibly this amazing worderland, even In '" .1J1J/J ) Home Economics Agent Countv Agent NewsThis

to 10 or 12 o'clock, but present clos- Its present Incomplete stage. And all /

ing time is 6. If you stay the maxi- of the wonders are not In the paid Is a very Important week "catch" one of fifteen registered and Lancln Hersey.

mum time and eat a hurried snack attractions. There are such "free bon for the youth of our County; who calves at the fifth annual The association is making
PICKING available year-round. But they- belong to the 4-H Clubs and Calf Scramble. plans for a series of good,
for supper you could be back home uses" as the sight of monorail cars SOME HINTS
THE[ RIGHT APPLE 're usually less expensive when Future Farmers of America. This activity; Is second to meetings, tours and field days.
by 9 or 10 p.m. running straight through the still Incomplete You can't please all the people bought In season. So for the October 3-9 has been desig- none In the State as far as All swine producers and others

huge Contemporary Hotel all the time. .but you sake of your food budget, planto nated as National 4-H Week community; Involvement and Interested In swine are invitedto
Three hours traveling time there and the "believe It or not" visionof can please almost everyone at use the different varietiesIn with the theme "4-H Bridgesthe participation In a worthy program Join the association.The .

and three /hours back, plus another boats, Including a big sldewheel dessert time If you serve ap- your area when they're most Gap". The Bradford 4-H Is concerned. It Involvesthe 16th Annual Swine Field
In plentiful. And choose the grade Council has worked hard to cooperation of the business, Day will be held at the University -
hour to get into and out of the park steamer sailing blythly along a ple pie!
spread the 4-H word and bridge civic and agricultural areas of Florida Swine
needs. unit
that ;
an hour for lunch (If you eat at the kind of water-filled bridge over (not Apple pie Is a And traditional the US your the gap by Improving the 4-1! working together for the benefit In Gainesville at 8:30: a.m.

Crvstal Palace. a rtar/Hne' cafeteria under) the road used by the tramsIn American Consumer favorite.and Marketing Service This year, October will be Image among older youth, both of the youth of our County Thursday, October 14.

with all-glass decor and strolling musicians taking spectators to and from DisneyIn says apples are In plentiful the month for plentiful apples.So rural and urban, and by letting and at the same time improving Outstanding speakers will

which seems to be the most taking spectators to and from Fan- supply now. So stock up don't forget for those Halloween apple-! adults and the general public the breeding livestockon discuss such Important topics
to eat) be tasyland. the next time bobbing parties know about their organization.: many farms and ranches. as feeding and management,
popular place you'll luckyto on apples you
for and treat For more Information on buyIng Two of the major activities This, I feel, Is like the themeof swine outlook for Florida diseases -
get within an hour as the lines shop groceries and apples as well as other of the Council this week are the National 4-H Week-Bridgingthe of swine, and research

are long and slow moving; at least Crowds at Disney World were not your other family tasty; apple to apple dishes.pie fresh fruits you can get a 4-H Report to County; Commissioners Gap not only between a- summaries that should be Invaluable -

another hour lost In waiting at var- as large as generally expected in the How can you tell a top qual- free copy of the pamphlet sending "How with a County; proclamation dults and youth, but also the In a swine production
first three days of Its opening. Sunday's like To Buy Fresh by of 4-H Week, and a total Interests and segments program. In addition, there will
ious attractions all adds up to eightor ity; apple Apples, many a card to P.O. Box 267,
Walter of
PrevattRecognJtlondlnner our County.; be tour
a swine facilities
turnout the to
was largest date of Nature's products often vary
nine hours out of the Starke, Florida or by calling and 4-H Appreciation and and
and a
day a meeting of the Florida
when almost 15,000 adults and chil- In quality.; If picking a good 964-6554, your Extension Home Awards for .
seen anything yet. Obviously, apple la a puzzler for you, Program Sponsors, Swine Producers Association
dren checked through the gates. Although Economics Office
Donors, Leaders, and 4-11 These field ,
Informa days are a must
an early start Is all Important unless here's some helpful
a respectable number, this is Members Club activities Include Our swine producers have e- for prodcuers. Probably no
you plan to stay overnight and take a far cry from the thirty or forty tion.Packaged apples are often APPLE PANCAKES meetings and personal lected new officers and direc- where can a producer get as

two days to do the Job. thousand dally that are expected at labeled by grade, as well as tablespoon 1 egg 1 tablespoon softened butter sugar 1 1 contacts to Increase 4-H membership tors for 1971-72. Officers Include much up-to-date and practical

the height of the season. Many people by variety.; You can choose the medium applo, peeled, cored and participation. Richard Durbln, presi- information In such a short
Of the countless dent; A.B. Whitehead Jr., Vice- time. All swine
attractions the only and that best producers are
grade ;
may be waiting until the complex Is and quartered, 1 cup evaporated President Wayne
one of a really serious nature and suit your purpose and your ; Hersey, se- urged to attend. Call me If
I more complete, and for those who milk, I cup packaged pancake cretarytreasurer.Board you need more Information.
the one that has been given the high- Big event this weekend for of Directors A.I.
are planning only one trip this wouldbe mix.Place are
Many of the packaged apples
est praise Is "The Hall of Presidents egg sugar butter apple .
wise to do the selected 4-H and members Mann Clarence Letter, Jerry
a thing attractions
as many marketed are officially gradedby
and evaporated milk In container .
a truly thrilling patriotic production even In Fantasyland are not the federal-state Inspection of electric blender. Is the opportunity; to Whitehead, Harvey Williams,
that Governor Askew described service Joint operation of As If we didn't already have
yet operating. a Cover and run at low speedor .. ,. ...
as "Really fantastic. One of the most the Consumer and Marketing ( at chop position) a few -7'.""" .h.7"1 enough disease problems Inpe-
Service and State agencies. ,.' cans, a new leaf spot has Invaded
thrilling presentations I have ever seconds until apple Is chopped.Add .
As for finances with Main Street the State. The
Grading Is voluntary, exceptin disease called
pancake mix. Cover and
seen on our American heritage and
lined with shops carrying surprisinglyfine a few Instances. Packers, run at high speed (or blend ',A Zonate leafspot causes premature -
the Constitution. Incidentally this and expensive Items (definitelynot shippers and wholesale buy- ) a few seconds until $ : / defoliation of trees and

Is the only attraction the Governorhad Junk) you could spend as muchas ers use the grading serviceto blended. % / can drastically cut pecan nut

time to see when he paid a hur- like If have It to help market apples. Pour about 1/4 cup at a time I yields.At .
ried visit to Disney World early Sun- you you spare. When you buy apples, choose onto preheated hot((400 degrees) present, there Is no known
If you go easy on the gift Items however nice firm ones. Watch for apples electric griddle.Bake until bub- 1j 1 1a 1r 1t control because It Is such a
day morning.
you could perhaps have a day with cuts and bruises or bles appear on top and under- recent problem on pecans. To

of rare fun for about $10 per adult apples that seem soft. Soft ap- side Is browned; turn and baketo my knowledge we don't have

The climax of this 20-minute showIs and $7 or $8 per children (If you can ples may be overripe and have brown second side (If desired a the control disease as yet. Hopefully,

die presentation on a block-long keep them from the souvenir mealy flesh. transfer to electric hot program can be developed -
away to
Many people have a favorite 4i4OLloar control It In the
for buffet service).
stage of every President of the United counters). apple variety; but your favorite tray ilxt"ostiorrz.. areas where It Is found that
for eating fresh not will prevent a spread to our
may uzvt Pt ttLP.G oT1Enl :j, _
make the best apple pie. Here Riders Invited 1401)5 POWIR FUIOe.J1 h County.;
are some tips on how to use If you notice a new type; of
the different varieties. For Grand Entry leaf-spot on your leaves before

For eating fresh: Delicious, At Calf Scramble they fall, /give me a call and
McIntosh, Stayman, Jonathan, we will check It out for you.
Winesap and Golden Deliciousare k
The Bradford County -- crisp and flavorful. In conjunction with the Calf

For making pies and applesauce Scramble, the Bradford Roping
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED _-:---:::: : Gravensteln. Jonathan, Club Is Inviting everyone to
Grimes Golden and the Yellow come ride with the club for the Smokey SaynOur

1879 .4& Newtown have a tart or slightly grand entry at 6:30.: -.-
.... :\ acid flavor. GAMBLING WITH FIRE 1
h.Bile. For making baked apples: The club will be riding two Holiday Inn Employees Use SE GREAT '
Rome Northern games for the high point trophy \05CEA5U
I find delight la thy Beauty; Spy, '
.. my
war. commandments.Pu1.s Wlnesap, York Imperial and the with the entry fee of class Funds For Worthy Causes
E S S Rhode Island Greening (which both. There .will be a
FLORI A 119:47)).
Is green) have the arm flesh for everyone. Checks
reaJl.nt theestablishment totaling $300 were Each check was In the amount
All of
us good for this purpose. distributed to three recipients of $100, and came from the HOl-
ASS I T NI of and of the evening
harmony The event
All-purpose apples: Stayman. big at a luncheon held Monday by iday Inn employees' "Hour of
order. We take a fundamental Jonathan and Wlnesap are good will be the Jack-pot clover leaf. employees of the Holiday Inn of Power Fund" to which they
step In tide( direction when we varieties for eating "as Is" The entry fee Is $5 with the Starke. make regular contributions to ,

review the cornerstone of our and for making pies or other purse to be divided 50-30-20 Receiving checks were Sen. help support worthwhile community -

faith-the commandments and apple desserts with $25 added money for the Charley E. Johns, on behalfof ; causes. Since Its organization -
..'L. MATTHXW, >WINnhlla.at adopt them for present day liv Apples are harvested from first three places. the Bradford County; Library earlier this year,

......... ..(* Thonday s4 .eatm a* !...... ing. As we affirm divine order mid-summer through October, the employees club has contri-

Class M.U r at the VMS. Oflto at heats: rtwtUe in our mind body and affairs. where depending they on are the grown.variety and 6:30 Times:. Saturday, Oct. 9, at Building Committee; Mrs.Harold buted around $500 to local causes -

... jUt el Hank 3,4, UTt. ;we allow the fullness of aU life, Thanks to "controlled : p.m.AU Wte inbothan, whose .

/iAee.Utie.. i SB state seat I yeai.. |Ms. o..w. an light and all good wiu come storage" In which atmosphere tem- horse owners with their daughter If a victim of leukemia Louisa Mrs. Brown Kay Crockett are co-chairmen and Mrs. x! .11_asDon't

Lade "sea I te4n, N.N j j to .us. perature, humidity and horses to be ; and Mrs. Jessie Wii-!
are all regulated, apples gases are on hand by are 6 p.m.requested with llams cancer., whose husband Is 111 of members.the club, which has about 50 herluaet lake ...han".,wlb"! ....r

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Make It With Wool BMS -----
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r'I Sewing Contest UnderwayNATIONAL

There are eight Interns at the The Interns are all from fine
Middle School this quarter. University of Florida.They will
stay at the school for approxi-
YOUR NEIGHBORS Aside her loomed, Knitted or spun In A. Miss Hoffpaulr Is the only library matley 10 weeks During this
KNOW from membershipIn day, the group attended the WOOL SEWING in Intern.She works under the
above theme, which I clubs and social functions 134th annual Inclan Field merlca; selecting suitable
The many Camp CONTEST FOR TEENAGERSIS coordinated fashions direction of Mrs. Gladys Thomas $ Interns observe their
first Introduced several weeks while still In Archer Meeting In St, George. The UNDERWAYWool the ; and on In the Resource Center. directing teachers with their
ago, II now ready to makea "Mrs. Rodriguez also did, and weeklongevent featured as doesn't mind being modeling garment entered. "' The special education Intern Is classes and then begin them-
comeback. still does, sewing, floral design one of the speakers, O.M. needled by the best seam Top awards are a Europeantrip Miss Jane Maurer. Although selves to teach classes under
As was my when I ,! cake decorating: and tax- Home, first cousin of J.W. stresses in the nation andthat's and luggage for the first- Mrs. Elizabeth Walker Is her the directing teachers' super-
before I Intend to To fulfill the 25 hour Home.
off ,
begged exactly what has star place Junior and Senior win- directing teacher, Miss Maurer vision.
reinstate. the weekly Item. day she semed to need, she ted with nfflrlal tAunrhlmr ofthe ners. Additional finalists' awards also works with Mr. James O' A good percentage students
Now If you'll be so kindas also worked in the lunchroomsof Mrs. M.J. Dunn Laura, and national "Make It With Include college scholar- ,", Neal and Mr. Luis Alvarez. In the Tornado Band are from
to1 sit back and enjoy learning Archer Elementary and Archer Kristen have returned from a Wool" (MIYWW) competition. ships, government bonds,sewing There are three social stu- the Middle School. Some of the
of Hampton's latest newcomer Community; Schools. two-week vacation with Mrs. machines and band students have
The contest Is divided into other merchandise ,- dies Interns: Miss Karen farness troubles
I'll relate the arrivalof Eva Fulmer in Columbia, S.C. Junior and senior divisions,with awards. Mr. David Allen and Mr. being In the band like being late
the Rodriguez family to our The Rodriguez family settled The threesome also attended a ages ranging fro m 14 to 16 Mike Tracy. They were working to class coming back from band
fair community.Mr. on Hampton several months ago family reunion at Kings tree, for the Juniors and 17 to 21 "Make It Yourself With SERVICE MENPvt. under the direction of Mrs. class at the high school,missing
and Mrs. George Rod- when they began construction for senior entrants. Wool" Information and entry Ruth Jenkins, Mr. John Arthur work and other things.
and family moved to S.C.Miss blanks be obtained writIng
riguez their In only may by neaaish and MrsJulla Crlffls think that
Moving Some
Find- new Wessle Balllngton, one John people may
from Archer. Mrs. Wyn Shoptaw District Brown of
Hampton six eight weeks their With the trend toward do- son respectively. the band Is bad but Mr. Dean
peace" and tranquility In or ago of the Identical Ballington triplets H Director Courthouse Room Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown
Ing abundance Influenced their final home, even though not yet completed of Columbia S.C., spent it-yourself more girls are entering 409, Jacksonville, Florida of Lawtey and grandson of Mrs. The reading and languagearts Cassels, the band director
choice. The location also, already exudes the last week visiting the Dunns. the "Make It Your 32202. Purvis Brown of Lawtey, has deportment also has three says that people may not have a
charm and all out friendlinessthat The Dunn took Miss good optnon because they haven't -
family Interns. Mrs.Janice
weeks of basic llollaway's
offered Horn completed eight
acting as a central point, Self With Wool"program. The District n
seems so much the natureof Balllngton to see Disney Worldon contest will got experience enough to
convenient base for Is training at Fort Jackson, South Intern Is Sandee Martin, Mrs.
a sewing becoming and
Jacksonville the family. Residing on Route Saturday. While there, they more be held on November 20 In Carolina.He Jane Trawick's Intern Is Mr. tell a good band from one that
commuting to Gainesville.and from 221, between 301 and Hampton went to visit with Mr. and Mrs. more exciting, especially whenit Room 407, Courthouse, Jacksonville has been assigned to Fort Thomas Mobley and Mrs. PaulaBarrett's Is bad. Anyway, Mr. Cassels
and the family Is eager to Michael Frye In Orlando. produces a beautiful and useful Florida Deadline for and the band work extra hardto
with Jackson for eight weeks of advanced Intern Is Miss Linda
four children
They have garment, Miss Martha
meet the people of Hampton says entry blanks Is October 15. try to please everybody.
Georlene their elest at IS, and extend a very cordial Invitation The carnival at Hampton Elementary Sue McCain, Bradford Home training. Bomgardner.

being In her tenth year of School to all. Set back sev- Is now only a little Economist. ..
attending Bradford High in eral hundred feet, their home over three weeks away. If you .
Starke. While In Archer she was beckons callers with Its "I'm have any wish to participateIn A noticiable first will be hand-
enrolled In Newberry High new here, come say hello" at- the preparations, or assistin knit and hand-crochet fashions ENTERTAINMENT
running the carnival please admitted in the same categories
School.d mosphere. To further greet any o .
Georleno Is very typical of prospective callers are a pony contact one of these chairmen: as the hand-sewn garments-
girls her ageenjoying dancingand and a horse and a gentle old Mrs. Anne Smith, 468-1809 or coats, suits and dresses.
listening to the records of boxer named Daisy, with a Mrs. Alice Faye Waters, 468- Judging 1C: based on skill In
today's modern generation. whimsical pup at her side. 1168. sewing or knitting with wool

Mllene, their other daughter Take my word for It, I guar- FOR THE
Is 13 and entered the seventh antee you'll feel very much .
grade this semester at Brad- enlightened upon meeting the
ford Middle School Having varied members of the Rodriguez fam- ENTIREFAMILY
Interests, she was an enthusIastic ily, and will make valuable 301 DRIVEINShow
participant In many friends.
clubs and social events. Amongher
extra-curricular activities MAY THEY REST IN PEACEMr. Begins At SundownFri.

were Included Involvement with Seymour Bailey, of
Girl Scouts, Junior Gardeners, Hampton passed away Thurs-
and G.A.'s (Girls Auxiliary). day morning, Sept. 30, at the ., Sat. Oct. 8, 9
Both girls have won several age of 69. Funeral services
blue ribbons In horticulture and were held at Careyhand Fu-
floral design In the Archer neral Home In Orlando, Satur- UARANaI1NiFIC1URES!PRESENTS FIFTH ANNUAL
Garden Club shows. day. Mr. Bailey was burled 'Jh\ d *** :$: srf ;J
They also have two sons.Ron In Orlando.Mr. k 0 UWE EDWARDS. ) T< 2 '
who Is eight is in the third Bailey Is survived by .JUW '
grade, and seven-year-old Tomis his wife, a step-son Maurice ogFWy t 'sSS
In the second. Bdth boys attend Patrick, of Memphis, Term., vX p ,. CALF AND HORSE
Hampton Elementary.Mr. and two step-daughters, Eliza p. DARWNG WL.I L '...
Rodriguez Is employedwith beth Hancock and Dorothy Wll- !;" ..
the Post Office Depart- loughby, both of Orlando. His P'"r
ment in Gainesville. Being very widow will reside with her $, ",
much a sports enthusiast, he daughters In Orlando. tAa1TG1 Mah b 1 SCRAMBLE
follows up his Interst In var- Born in Iowa, Mr. Bailey 1lafaY81E7 r [ SHOW
ious games with personal later moved to Michigan,wherehe ; 'Il.
participation. To illustrate a spent most of his workinglife
as a civil servant In the $
point, he referees football
of the state. After retiring i
the fall, officiates over the he and his wife movedto SATURDAY OCT. 9 4:3O P.M.
basketball sessions during the ,,,,. .. II
winter months and Is an um-
Softball Prior to his death, he spent ,,
pire and player in the
leagues during the spring and several weeks in the hospital Chkken Dinner Dance $2.50 9
stricken with a liver condition $1.25-Square p.m.
With such a fondness for which was responsible for his ... -r .

sports, it would not be too passing. ItrHNIIIUIh I'ANAVI' ,\ III :t ,.
Condolences are extended to 1FpIa OA .
surprising to find Mr. Rodriguez > APARAMOI'NTPirTI'ri'SUGGESTED '' :-
down on the field throw- family and friends In their great ... .uuann- ....;r n.. FOR 4} r,r..'
loss. 11,0',, [G GENERAl Allnll L' BRADFORD
Ing that old pigskin around the
next game you go to. A Fairgrounds
Mrs. Rodriguez (Charalene), COUNTY
is not without accomplishmentsof Sumner of Palatka Sun., Mon. Oct. 10, 11 ,
Mrs. Nancy -
her own. A former Girl Scout
died Monday evening, Sept.
troop leader for many years,
apparently the guiding 27.Mrs.
she was
the motherof
gences force behind of her famll the many members.To indul-. Mrs. Ruby Waldron of Hamp I FRED ADMISSON

further emphasize her grandchildren ton. Mrs. Waldron andgreatgrandchildren along with-

endless ,Mrs.
seemingly energy
at- y
of Mrs. Sumner
to the Archer -
tended the funeral In Olustee I l
Women's Club and Archer!:
Garden Club.Although no longer Wednesday, Oct. 29. c- Starke-Bradford
Condolences are also extended Sponsored by The County Chamber of CommerceWE
with the above mentioned clubs,
to the family of Mrs. Sum- a
she the Is upcoming now devoting carnival herself to be to ner In their hour of geed GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF


Hampton Elementary. Mrs. Clifford Prevatt cele- WHO HAVE MADE THIS 1971 SCRAMBLE POSSIBLE:

brated her 68th birthday Sun- $
day, Oct. 3. To help her with -44 ; :
the celebration was her sister E / '
Mrs. Jessie Mae Spartman of Sponsors (;Oll trilHdors
FLORIDATHEATRE Gainesville. Mrs. Spartman
took her sister to St. Augustineto Bradford( County Fair Association!
commemorate the day. Bradford County Farm Bureau Baldwin Chevrolet!! Olds
Accompanying. the sisters uNRR'n., ..-- E.I. Dupont DeNemours & Co. Stirke

were Marselene Mrs., Prevatt's and her grandchildren daughter-, TONIMY) ANTHONY (J>metocfe1hcr r Community State Starke Bank of Starke Charley Chrysler-Plymouth E. Johns Agency

., Florida Bank at
Charlene, Marlene, and ,,. Slade GasBradford
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Handy. First Federal Savings & Loon County Telegraph

Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 .."" "-c --':.. _Ara....-" Florida Co.
STEMS OF INTEREST! Hydrocarbons Starke, Rotary Club
KInnaird will be one Owen of Florida, Inc.
Fri., Sat., Sun. Anger -PLUS- Joist Starke Builders Supply
of the managers at the Fort Winn DixieStarke
Oct. 8 9 10
Pickens State Park at Pensa- Torode Oil Co.
Shrine Club
cola Beach. Having left last Register Oil Co.
arrival at the u Im Fla. Power & Lieht Co.
Saturday, upon
A story of the .. Garden RestauraJackson nt
park she was to begin work Edwards Angus l Farm
for the young overseeing one of the park con- Building Supply

and the young at heart! cessions. Good luckl! Uolidatlnn
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Copelandof Co-Sponsors( Club

Valdosta, Ga. were visiting / Food Fair Stores
with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall I
last week. Cfay Electric Co-op Inc. Starke Civitan Club

J.W. Home, with his son- "' '\ L" ;"" Mid-Florida Production Credit Assoc
in-law and daughter Robert, 'Ii" :%; iN '.wJ1T\: B.F. Vizell Jr.
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and Barbara Barksdale; grand- f- I W.llp.
daughter, Vlckey,and her friend AN, AUICO ARTISTS HIM LGS1' SUMMeR 'ii'1.JI:: > Chamber of Commerce
\ Carol all went to South Caroline A Fionl tory Aledwd.o'en'
jt\ last week. Leaving Wednesday
and returning Thurs-

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99th Session, Dct 11-12 Sunday ship Service School 11 10 a.m.a.m.Church Wor-

training 6:30: p.m. Evening

Worship 7:30.: ,
The New River Baptist Aa- Other features of the program WednesdayPrayer Meeting t t-

relation will hold It* annual will be messages by outstanding 7:30 p.m. !
meeting' October 11-12. with leaders In the greater denominational Rev. J.D. RobinsonST. _
sessions starting at 3:30 p.m. work. Among
each day. The meeting on October these will be GUI Johnson, MARK'S EPISCOPAL
II will be at Dedan Bap. speaking on the work of the CHURCH, STARKE I
tist Church Starhfe. The host Florida Baptist Foundation,and Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
churches will serve the Annuity 11 Morning CHURCH :
supper Jt Baptist onventionj Fred 412 N. St.. Clair St., Starke. Sunday School. 9:45: a... BAPTIST
6 o'clock> and evening sessionswill ern Prayer 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a.m. US. 301 North, behind Tee.
speaking on Christian Sunday School. 10 ajn. MornIng Morning Worship. II....Ywe Schedule of Services I
begin at 7. Cooper 11 a.m. Church School 9:45 Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Frees IVtve m, Sunday :
Some Education. Mr. Cooper Is Public Worship worship, II ajn. Sunday Fellowship 6pua.ChotrPne tee Sunday Bible Study 10:00 I
the main features a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m Service 6 p.m. Evening 10..... Worship Ser
of the program are the ser- Relations Director at Stetson -John M. Flynn Rector 7 P.m.Thursday. Evening 7 pjn.7:30 Youth Prayer Night. dee, Wednesday 8 pun.Rev. ne School:.. 11 ..... and T p.m. Prayer a.m. Morning Worship 11:00. I
pjn. Robert D. Burcfc
Mr. Johnson 7:00
monds brought by various mln.Isters. University night Prayer Meet- Service' TiSO p.m. Weds m. Evening Worship, pjn. I
The annual sermon will will speak at 4:15 on Monday 7:30: p.m. Meeting Friday 7:30 pmRey. All other Evenings8OOp.m.. I
be brought this year by Rev. afternoon and Mr. Cooper at MADISON STREET David Hodges Pastor .- Y.W. Kldd pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST' CHURCH day.Leroy Olive pastor. E.L. HAMPTON CHRIS I

Aaron Singletary, pastor of the 7:30 Monday evening. On Tues- BAPTIST CHURCH Crtffls, associate pastor. CHURCH I
Ralford Baptist Church, at 5:20on day evening a team from Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: ; SMYRNA MO3IONARY Sunday School. 10 LIDo MornIng Sunday School 1 10 ajtt. Morn.Ing ;
Monday Oct. 11. at Dodan Florida Baptist Headquarters at II Church BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST Worship n.Training Union,
Morning ; KINGSLEY WoMhlp, II a.m. EveningWorship 4
Jacksonville, will present Ma- 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.. DCDAN BAPTIST! CHURCH ,
Church. The doctrinal sermon Training 6:15: ; WMU Prayer 639 W. Pratt St.. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training -James Shaw pas
will be brought by Chaplain jor Projects for the 1970's.The 7:15 Evening Worship, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor. BROOKER
Circle : : Union 10:15 ajn.; tor.
meeting of New River Sunday. School 10 ajn. Worship I
W.n. Johnson
Raiford Prison Preaching If a.m. Training U- Evening Worship.! II
: U am.; I
Association will be the Ninety- Services. U and 7
on Monday 7:30.Monday BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH a.m.
evening : Youth Choir Prac- nlon, Meeting 7:30
The wU13be ninth session. A full attendanceis p.m.Evveeryenew.leome.WUbur 7:30: p.m.i; Prayer Training Union. 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Missionary sermon tice, Children's Choir Practice ship, 7 Sunday School 10 ..... MomI pjn.
from all the churches Wecmnda1. Rev Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOl n. FLA.
brought by Rev. Lacy Conway 7 p.m.luesdoy Dyes pastor. Rev. Robert West r WorsMn U ajn. $vstdnWorship.
at First of the association, and Rev.Jim Templ.pastor.amday
Baptist Starke at 5:30( Mission Friends 7:30 p.m.; Prayer
Tuesday. The final message of friends and neighbors are Invited 3:30. Mating 7:SOp.m. Wed I. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 ajn. Ron Bristol
Girls in Action Acteens
the association to share in the meetings. NEW RIVER BAPTIST J.C. Superlntendent.TrafohlgU.
will be given .Rev. Saunders, pastor. Sunday School 1 10 ajn. Morning
by Rev. Richard Barber the p.m.Wednesday OF PROPHECY. BROOKER Sunday( School 10 a.m. MornIng Worship 11 a.m. and 7 nlon, 6:43 p.m. Lowell Douglas
Prayer Meeting
Sunday School 10 LIDo Morn- U Training Director. Worship Services, U
newly called Superintendent Worship a.m. MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
7:30: ; Adult Choir Practice, lag Worship, it a.m. YotaPsngh.'s 7 Evening Worship pjn.Rev. a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music -
Missions of New River Union p.m. 9:45 Sunday
and New Deacons Meeting 8:30. 8 Sunday ajn. John Ross, pester
Santa Fe River Associations Douglas Thursday Visitation, 7:30: Evangelistic Service Service 7 p.m.pjn. S pjn. Wednesday Night School U a.m., Morning Worship director. ;
service 7:30 pjn. Everyone Union 10
Dean Coach p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8 p.m. Training EVERGREEN BAPTIST
--Denton Sum rail pastor. 7 pjn. Evening Worship. Northwest of
7:30 pjn. Come and worship Highway 135,
L.L. Parker pastor CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
AtBuchliolzEclclle Wednesday 7:30 PrayerSer- 10 ,
Services Held with us. Lawwy Sunday School. a.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Bobby Harris pmstr vices. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
Friday For STARKE PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper. Pastor Night Service, 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship, 11. Training
Douglas son of Mr. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School 10 ajn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p.m. Ser
Al Crawford 8 and Mrs. Howard Douglas of Morning Worship at II, sermon FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 pjn. R... Albert Knight t. vice, 7:30. MidweekEvening Prayer
Brooker and a former Brad- "That Men Should Repent"; Cor. Ash A Chestnut. Sunday Services (Booster Band, Young Sunday School ':15 amt; pastor. Service 7:30.:
ford High and Georgia Tech Church Training 6:13: : ; Evening School. fcSOt Morning\ Worship People, and Prayer Service). 6 Morning Worship II.. .EvenIng -Rev. L, Tommy Howe
Al Randall Crawford 8yearold football player, has been nameda Worship, 7:30: sermon "The US; League, .p.J'I.NlcfJtStI'Yk'e.! p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Worship 7pm.;Wed.Pray. LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH pastor.
and football 6 p.m. -- R... Vesper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday. er Meeting and Bible Study, 7
son of Mr. nd Mrs. Lon- dean of students a Beauty of the Gospel. Sunday.School, 9:45: a.m.;
rile Crawford Jr. of Starke, coach at Buchholz High Monday New River Baptist pastor. 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Worship, II a.m.Even- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
died Tuesday, Sept. 28, In a School in Gainesville. Association Meeting, Dedan Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone !nit Worship. 7:30: p.m. Mid- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
Tallahassee hospital after an Douglas has been attending the Baptist Church, 3:30: p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. week Bible Study Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road
extended Illness. He was born Unlverlsty of Florida working Youth Choir Practice, 7 p.m. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
in Bradford County on Dec. 5, toward a master's degree and Evening Session, New River Sunday School t:45-Momtrv; Highway 100 at Theressa) Be_ In church Sunday. m. Sunday Scrv:. ..1.| 10 a.m. Sac-
19C2. working part-time at Buch- baptist Association 7 p.m. Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School- ajn. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Frank! Jarvla ram int; 8 p.m.
Besides his parents, he Is holz. But this week he was Tuesday New River Baptist MYF groups, 6 p.m. Worship > 11 a.m. Training Sunday Service:Sunday, School pastor Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
survived by one brother named a full-time member of Assocatlon Meeting, f'lrstBap- Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; Evening 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday Primary 4:30 pjn.
Charles Ray Crawford; his ma- the HuchhoU Instructional tist Church StarkeYoungMu- 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Worship 7:15: p.m. 10:45 a.m. Evening;Service, 7:15 Wednesday Relief Society.
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Dor- and also will be offensive line sicians Choir Practice; 3:30: 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal!, Wednesday Night prayerSer- p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 p.m.
Is E. Norman; and paternal coach of the Buchholz varsity p.m.; Girls In Action Meeting 7:45. vices 7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30 pjn. CHURCH MACCLENNY Jesse D. Branson, Branch
grandfather, Lonnie Crawford, football team. 4:15: p.m.; Evening Session New -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown minister Sunday Mass 12 noon. Holy President.
Sr., all of Starke. lie is a former guard and River Baptist Association, 7 lay Mass 5:30 pjn.
Funeral services were held end on the Georgia Tech football .- LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
at 2 p.m. Friday In the DeWitt team, was an all-state end p.m.Wednesday Family Night HOLINESgCIIURCH -----r- ----- - ------------------
for the Bradford High Tornadoes r---- ---- ___.e I
C. Jones Chapel with Elder Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; '
lIazen officiating. Intermentwas where he also played. base- R.A. Meeting 6:30: ;Teachers Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
in Crosby Lake Cemetery. ball.Douglas and Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; Service 8 jun.j: Evening Wor
Pallbearers were Wayne Is married to the for- Church Choir Practice 8:15: ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. '
Norman, Tom Crawford, JohnD. mer Marian Green of Starke Prayer Meeting 7:30 I 4j.'ikt' 1 1CHANGE
Crawford, and Clay Gll- and they have a six-month old p.m.Thursday Music Maker p.m. SEASONS

hooley. Starke son, Eddie the Douglas Jr. Now family residing plans in Choir tation,Practice 7 p.m. 3:30p.mVlst-; -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor. : :

Sntokry .' __- near future. GRACE BAPTIST
iSSL' WILDLIFE DEPENDS OH Society Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mor- k.'M' i

4Ii.I wish to express our sin- Luncheon SetAn Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship I
cere thanks and appreciation to 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer
friends and neighbors for their annual awards luncheonand Meeting, 7:30..Rev.. Leon T. ,

(f many kind acts of sympathyin Installation of officers October for Odom Jr., pastor for a lime, leave art grttn. then in 1 !
1971-72 Is set Friday
the loss of our loved one. ,
-- Your comforting expressionsand 8, at noon In the Garden Res- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH early fall they become brilliant! ,'
the Bradford County I a .
taurant by
; thoughtfulness will alwaysbe
\ remembered.The Unit of the American Cancer SurWoyshIp II 10 ajn. Mom-i with many color Finally they turn '
11 .m.j: Evening .
{ Society.
\ : ; I, (Randy) Crawford.family of AI Randall "This year has been the best Worship Meeting, 7 pjn.and; Bible Wed. Study.Prayer I brown and fall from the \rttt.\ r .

yet for the American Cancer
leaving them drab and
7 P.m. Young Peoples Meet-
Society In Bradford County. I
J,9'....- f--eve 7 p.m.G.F. .
says }President Lillian Stump. watt lonely looting
s"Don'l :; Washington knows how to "This Is due largely to the pastor. Everyone .
.. tread water untiring efforts of volunteersin God never change, he it an Z .
the never-ending battle to Y
burn their. house down!t'* e a conquer concer" ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ever present help. ,
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- - - - I
-- - - James Cregan,pa.tor.
- - - - Father .
Saturday Ma... 7 p.m.Sunday "For f am ,the lord.

CARD OF THANKS Ma... 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass. I I change, not'" ,
The family of Raymond J. Confessions -- Saturday 6 I Attend church and learn I

ful Crosby appreciation acknowledge the with kind grate-expressions pjn.School of Religion: 1 more of God'wonderful ,; r' JW I I'I

of sympathy in the Grade School -- Sunday 11 .5...... t tI
loss of our loved one. For the a.m. to U noon.
flowers cards, and food. A High School -- Wednesday I I never changing love. "' .
A special thanks to Jones Fu- 7 to 8p.m. Y
neral Home and Rev LT, I II t tI
CIlUItCH.! STARKE/ I I II'i'ililiii' IIt.

Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd .

Sundays, 10 a.m. Morning Prayer ... ,"::-, '! .(hush it G.d.oppo.nlx. ).,.nl, in'Ih.i. world" lonpnadmq, Ihi hno.hdga of Hit lo.tloriron
Plaza 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday ..._ .. ......:.,.". ',!:":,!, :: -:..::
t ,,. ,il:1.! "; ::,I"j""" ":::: wd afore, it mond tar .fan ,la infant' ,to Idol,lore br looing tin, n."ighb r Without,' "
10 :iI.: c\Nni'jll-i! :iiiH
a.m.John M. I.ynn.) Rector t in ten!!':' ': .It@ijmp!! IhH gxunding, in 'Ihi Ion of Gad ni lonrnmtnt or toiiitr 01 .oj of Iii. nil long .
Barber Shop ii '!Hi!' ptui'tf and till fiMdomi which ., hold' w door will, iiwiroblp' push Ihnifon." i ran
t :t-: ji. "hem a Mffiift! paN: ol .>'w. ono should tupport 'thi (hunk (loi ttii' loll of ,tin willonat I

STARKE CHURCH : : .' : .i i I himiril" and hit family( liyond that' howi.",. tiny. ptiion should uphold and par
lei Stark Plaza OF-CHRIST. I I In thi (huiih bicauu II .
I! liiipoll nib 'the truth obtul mom lifi. death and dntinr.' /thi
Bible School, 10 .".a.m. Wor- I truth .hKh alana will, ill him: (in ,la Int 01 a child" al Cod I II
Hour. 8 to 5:30Appointment. : ship Services, 11 ..m, and !I
6 pjn. Midweek Service Wednesday I 1 1,1 ,
. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible ijlil'il'Hi"1: ", i11iII.,1Iiiiii! !! 1, !, C...-.. ... 67 .,
Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church f
If Preferred located ope block west on SR '- --------,--- - -- -----

Phone 964-5030 18. --
J.P.H. Bell minister


Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- SERVICE
.. +w-.. II Youth
-w- ning Worship a.m. G4
Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship #' J EST Kill Edwi-H: |I'h. J)64-723t)
7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy
I.. Milliard( pastor ?!i1 O"TIOII Tire 1'ru.lnKHeadliaht

-": Adjusting
Brake Service
Ralford Road t Weldon St.-
Aak h Charles Thomas pu tor. Carl Karat Phone 964.6111 Wheel Italance and
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
the ekclilng new AUTOMATIC ; lag Worship. 1 11. Sunday Evening. :5.19 i E. Call St. Starke t'lA. AlignmentAIR

IE LEFI CONTROLS!Iiiii Charley ; 7p.m.'hairadayut,7:30. : 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Phone 864-5745 for FREE CONDITION SERVICE
iiI IIai 1I
Jott DIAL your comfort I
E. Hlway SOl and 100 and Eetlmatea
P"lh.lI"ttontoltertw InepecUone
AM Minor Repairs
stop lhe FLOORSWUPI NORTIISIDE BAPTIST *10 8. Temple. Stark
Joh1TuAbout CHURCH! 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark.

note f fvs>s you mmmzlng Intersection of Highways 16
This. Queatloau (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne

"We have joined the rank Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery

Tie goldta louver la the Boot beat outlet art motor dthwn to of American campers, Service at 11. Evening Service ABSTRACT CO.
rotate hick and forth-_p6ij' UM best over the boor AH.... with a complete camping 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30: SUPPLIES Inc. and Market

hi ptrforroanc,, styling and writing colon this nor SIECLER trailer. Now a killjoy P.'!'.
ghee you a..... dioMuiaa bMtfag contort 8w.H soon! friend reminds us of the LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST r.a-anlq Ac Hardware Groceries' Meats Feed Heller Service For Your

risks of highway accident CHURCH & Sapplln GAS AND 011. Title Problem.
fire wind or Sunday School 10:00 a.m., .
"It's A Ions from
Fact You Can
Jack and Edwards Abstract
theft family liability Morning Worship 11:00 ajn., and Sportlsuj' Good Gladys
Evening Worship 7:30
Do Better At" Inks. Does the Charley E. Wednesday. : p.m. U. 8. aOl South Starve Title Insurance ,
Everyone welcome -
Insurance Va "In&-
have the Owen With
Johns Agency
PHONE M44J12 1SHV.. Call Ph. 964- 8ftl
protection to put Rev. Robert Ralston Pastor. 2lt Wartlmrton. M4.5270
our minds at easet"Charley

Fabler James Cregan pastor .

COMPANY JOHNS AGENCY Saturday Mass, 10 Mass a.m. Holy 7 p.m.Day Sunday Mass Owned By ThoM Wt Serve I. Twelve Nert....& Florid. "....U.. "Hetpfo. Or Members lAve lade. .

434 W. Can St. P.... ...-582'1 St. 7 p.m. Confessions, Saturday 6 W* tTi.UT"-IEa7..... HkU. -Phoaw 471..11New .
pTARKE. FLORIDA 131 So. Walnut
Phone M4-9070 pjn.School of Religion High
. . . e. . . e e. e. . School Sunday 7 to 8 p.m.

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSErrwwwwrwrrrrwrrrrrwrSnaI! B7I(Lake Michael S.nU H.Fe Chilly)

Phone 475-1612


Howdy friends and neighborsfrom

I Hilites ,.. ... My parents your James Rolling-Re and Cricket

I Keystone \'' (;1'' were business In Alabama so my last secretarywas weekendon

By away and consequently the

Please Call news wasn't gathered. While
they were away, Floren and
Barbara Fisher and son Devln r
of Keystone, stayed with Cranny "
fl-p. Copeland; and me so we 1YJ
could stay home. Saturday night
/ loran and 1 enjoyed a visit
with George and Edith Herman r
and family Just out of Hampton. I
stir Thursday night my grandparents -
Hubert and Palma Chi-
n tty, along with Lin and Qulda r' r'
Quick of Starke all came downto t h
celebrate Hubert's retire- n Y1 _
ment. He retired Thursday after

22 years never being late

i ; for work at the Trail Ridge

Plant of DePont Last Sunday -
we were visited by Gary
,, and Barbara Sullivan and son

r J- James mother of Clara Archer Sullivan, and Gary's of .-.,.."? .:r--r- .:"......I..0.- ....

Williston. Barbara and Floren

Fisher were our dinner guests ChUfland's/ Thomas Adam turn right end on a 40 yard scamper. Adam gained over
on Sunday and then we went 75 yards rushing in the first half alone.
Into visit Regina Chitty and
Stucki! SmithEngagement new baby boy at the Bradford
County Hospital. My parents

visited Hudson and Alfred Buddy and and Corine Merle KH Indians Almost

Mrs. Franklin Stucld Ellis in Gainesville Sunday af-
announces the engagement
her daughter Cheryl Rue,

stone Roger Heights James son Smith of Mrs.of Becomes Bride PERSONALSMrs.

rold James Smith and the George Ellis celebratedher Have First VictoryBy
Mr. Smith. Miss Stucki Is t Baptist Birthday last weekend with
daughter of the late Mr. : her children coming in to help
Roger Is the nephew of encircled with two-tone satin celebrate. Also present were:
and Mrs. Singleton E. ribbon centered with bows of her grandson, Johnny Quinn of
of Keystone Heights moss and avocado, ruffed crown Hlncon! Ga., and her grand- Mike Chitty The second Keystone score in three weeks stolen from
The wedding will be an : : neckline cuffed Bishop sleeves daughter and husband Mr. and Two teams of Indians proved followed a missed Chlefland the Indians with less than two
of December 18, In the and featuring a chiffon skirt of Mrs. Ron Simmons of Opp. Ala. to be pretty evenly matched pitch-out which was recoveredby minutes/ to go."Chiefland .
I, munity Presbyterian avocado. Friday night as Chlefland came Keystone deep Inside Chief- may be our toughest -
Atlantic Beach. Avocado organza bow loops Kitty and Jim Day and son from behind in the final minutes land territory. Robin Hender opponent of the year" said
held her matching blush veil, Nell have moved Into JackieLarder's son's !lead Coach Hoy Uayless," >And
of play to tie Keystone 3-yard run gave Key-
HIGH SCHOOL GARDEN She carrid a nosegay of yellow cottage. Both Jim and 14-14. stone a 14-6 lead at the half we showed our best perfor-
carnations and white pompoms Kitty work at Sperry's. The Chlefland overcame a 14-6 with Packard again adding the mance yet against them. I was
The High School C Is rented by Dick real of the the bovs
with yellor ribbon. other cottage deficit In the final minute when PAT. proud wav
sponsored by the Garden The bridesmaids were Miss and Betty Collier and son Wesley Sache grabbed a 3-yard played, however we are not out
of the Lakes: held their Michelle Eland. Miss Janet A- Brooks of Jacksonville for a from Irwin Powell for the Only' four passes were of the wouds yet."
meeting with Mrs. Reita dams Miss Pam Anthony and weekend place. We'd like to extend pass score and Reggie Dunmore ran thrown during the game two naylcss commented that the
er (Teacher), Mrs. Ruth Miss Kendall Turner. Miss a warm welcome to these the two-point conversion, tying by each team. Keystone com- defensive secondary played a
son and Mrs. Marie Dora Triest sister of the groom new residents. the score. pleted one of thelr's' for 42 .real good game and gave special -
The programs were was Junior bridesmaid.The yards while Chlefland failed to praise to: Danny Babb,
and an essay was requested bridesmaids'gowns head Bob and Laurie Wilson and The Indians from Clveflana complete any and had on intercepted lick Wheller, Mlhe Packard
"How I Can Help I Keep pieces and flowers were of Palm Beach pushed the Keystone Indiansall I.arry Turknett and I Hob+ Dazey.
of West ,
Beautiful". There will be the same design as those of son a few days with Tom and over the field In the first It looks like Keystone 10-2-1 ('nforuintely' !Dazey, who
second and third place the matron of honor only In spent Lillian Norwood last week. half but could score but one is going to have to eliminatethe blocked a Chlefland punt and
Officers elected were: maize and gold. TU> and trailed Keystone H-b las two minutes of play returned It 35 yards was hos-

dent Mlndy Passwater; The flower girl Joey Kelley Mr. and Mrs. E.W Revels at the half.Keystone. from their games If they are pitalized with a possible ruptured -
Leona spleen.
President wore an exact replica of the win The last minute
two-week to one.
) have returned from a
Terri Friday night Keystone enter-
and Secretary Treasurer Tracy gown worn by the matron of vacation In the mountains.Mrs. was unable to con- eights points scored by Chief- tains 'I renton with game time
She carried basket
for Unit 1, Unit 2 of honor. a Revels told us It was nice and tain Chlefland's backs on option land marked the second win it 8:00.:
rose petals. cool there and the leaves plays and as Chief-
Betty Matthews; Vice The ring bearer was Ross up sweeps
n have started turning colors. land jumpe d out to an earl
dent ; brother of the bride.
Champion and 6.0 lead on a five yard plungeby
Paula the groom's best mah was Mrs. Jo Strandberg's grandson Thomas .
surer, Cindy Black.: Dennis Hall. Ushers were Ed- Charges Henry Butler of Adams IIHST( HAITLST (.I1111.11 l ( KIIWIOMI: : () : IILIGIITS: (;

DUPLICATE BRIDGE ward Loper Plenn Gnann Ormond Beach, has been con- Keystone took a 7-6 lead later 'Rev; Lawrence Carroll pas- The following Croup Directors
Butch "Gerald fined to bed )pith a'mlld case In
for Tuesday, Bleasdale Craw- In the Initial period when were elected to serve
28 Winners were Mrs. Michael ford, and David Grin !.. of lIepi ti tus. Hobb Dazey blocked a Chlef- tor.Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning : Sunday School: Pre-school I,

kel,, and Mrs. F.T, Hogue; Following the wedding a re- Mrs. Jewell Rose of Jacksonville lan d punt and raced 35 yardsfor Worship at II.Church training Mrs.I Irene Combass; Preschool
cepton was held at the Woman'sClub. H, :Mrs. Mamie l Kills: Children
the Mike Packard'skick 6:30 Evening Worship ;
condo Mrs. Gay Livingston spent last week at her score. : ;
In the receiving line were and I I. Mrs I Paddy Cilrle; hlldren
was good Keystonetook
Mrs. Raymood Starnes; the bride and groom, their par lake home. I 7-6 lead. 7:30.Monday: Youth Choir Kchear- n, Mrs. Hutli Stanley: ; outh
for thirdMrs.! A.V. Community"v. ents and the wedding attendants.The Mrs. Jo Strandberg spent last sal, 7:30: p.m. I I. Mrs. LndaIer.: .; Youth II/,
ter and Mrs. C.W. Hardy bride's table was covered week in Jacksonville with Paul WednesdayFamily Night :Mrs. -Jo l.'ceddull: ; I, Cjril
Mrs. Bill Bartlett and with lace cloth white PIckren and 'dull II, Mars-
a over satin Lee and Greg Strandberg. Dinner, 6:30: ; WMS groups Auxiliaries ;
C.C. Carnes; Fourth centering the table was the meet. It.A. and Brotherhood ton Jordan
Mrs. W.J. Grollck and four-tiered wedding cake Chick and Frances Hurst and My Neighbors organizational meetings In Church 1 raining, the followIng -
Iva HUlyer. flanked by silver candelabra Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reynolds attended 7:15: ; I lour of I'owerO'ray-( firoup. Directors and tea
Winners for Thursday with white tapirs. Flowers the FloridaTennesseefootball Ings, 7:15: Hour of Power chers have I been elected: \uuth
Ing Sept. 30 were: First: were white and yellow mums. game Saturday night. .- (Prayer Meeting) 8 p.mdult; I I. Mark Wilson, Director, .ind

Paley Boyd and Mrs. The punch table was covered Chick has returned home froma (| | f 3ti".1.I cares',. Choir Rehearsal 8:45: Miss Sandy C'ombass teacher
Strawn: Second. Miss with yellow satin,overlaid 10 day stay in Alachua gen- ThursdayChurchIsitation.. Children's II, /ache Ij'n-
Hlllyer and Mrs. R.P. ; with lace. eral Hospital following a con- & NRR! drews, Director; ( hlldrtn's I.I
inlrd. Mrs. Pat Fraher The bride's book rested on a cussion. Sunday guests of the Mvfet E The following Church Officers Miss[ C'ath) \e) lans, Director,
Mrs. Bill Terry and Mr. and Mrs. E- ? .,
; tabl covered with !'ofalteas lace Bursts were Y i' and Directors have been elect- and Miss Betty Matthews teacher -
and Mrs. Bill Alderman and Jerry and
Mr. mery .
over satin. /t ed to serve for the new church
Jo McCartin of Palatka. w"Yost \ new schedule has been set
WILLIAMS CHURCH Presiding at the bride's table year beginning October I: Sun-
ST. McCormick and day School Director Thomas up Wednesday evenings
Mrs. Bob ,
were Pete and Joyce Barton spent
A covered supper I !
starting with !Uie amils Night
B. Mllllcan Church
Miss Gall Wolfe Serving punch last weekend In Panama City ; Training
was held on Sunday. were Mrs. Clyce Ash ton, Miss with Evelyn and Jim Brum- Director, Mrs. J.H. Gassett; covered J dish buffet supper at
Supper was served on the Carolyn Turner and Mrs. Donald mett. Church Treasurer William. 6:30: p.m., \\ MS Groups: \c-
thanks to the nice \ Hersey. Wolfe; Church Clerk, Mrs William teens Girls inction, :Mission
Maurice Imhoff. Friends I IlroUierhood and l H Vs
The bride's book was kept by Mark Reddish spent Friday. Cannon; General Sunday
tor of St. Wlliams, asked Mrs. Warren Kelly night with his grandparents, !School and Church Training all meeting at 7:15: and Prayer
buffet I'on'l! rlianmo human and Bible
before the Meeting Study at
blessing Handing out rice bags were and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter. cretary, Mrs. Georgia Wolfe;
Mr. .
served. Lisa Carter and Donna Hersey. nature .... .., u,l.l,-.l 1 a General Outreach iJlrector p.m. withdult Choir Hchear-
This was a verv / After a wedding trip to South couple of ltirmlr' H l>ull"rM :Mrs. Lola Carroll; and Publi- sal at 8:45.: :; This schedule has
get-together that afforded Florida the couple will resideat That's all the news for this for '..m to monkey with." city Director, :Mrs Joanne(,as- been set up to Involve every
newcomers 01 thefarlsh ) Bedford Lake. week, see you next time. sett. member of the family.
portunity to get acquainted

other Mrs.members Leo LeBlanc.of the BURNED YOUTII RETURNS TO SCHOOL

man and Mrs. Richard
Co-Chalrman. wish to

to the these cil the for ladles wonderul men setting of who the up gourmet Catholic tables, : Danny Rowe's Saga Has A Happy Ending I

the many willing' hands ,
MELROSE' -Four and a half months ago etghl-year-old The doctors told us I if( he could live (for 72 hours, the antibiotics "

Danny Rowe lay in critical condition without much hope he would have a chance to work. He was on a ri-spiralor.

would survive. This week, thanks to the care and prayers of which was breathing for hIm pumping 100 per cent oxygen
he returned to classes at Melrose Elementary School
into his lungs We knew his !life was in the hands of God. and A"v
for the first time since last April.
we had everyone we knew praying (for him." :
Last April 18, he started to burn the trash. A match ignitedhis
clothes and soon his body was covered with flames. The fourth day he begdn to rally and the (fifth day he was

pronounced "out of the woods." .
His mother put out the flames, and rushed him to Alachua .
iii General Hospital. It was here that his parents, Mr. and Mrs ""'-'" "
THEN FOLLOWED :MONTHS OF CARE which included sex-
Virgle Rowe of Melrose! learned the grim details. He had suf.
fered about a 50 per cent burn about 30 per cent third.degree. rn trips to surgery baths. to keep the wounds dean and workon 1

His chances week about fifty-fifty. a badly burned arm to keep it from contractingThe ;p ..

moved to Galveston! to be with him. Mr! Rowe
That evening, the Rowes were approached by some Gainesville family J
Shruiers who explained to them that the Shrine Temples went to work for a construction company there to help defray t ..", r.r" 1iJ

operated three burns hospitals in the t U S. They offered to expenses. Friends at home also sent money to the Roues A '

send Danny to one of them as soon as he was able. country and western show was put on and the proceeds sent to r" ;

the family.
o* Because of the great expense he would Incur if he stayed
where he was, his doctor recommended that he be moved as August 1 three months and a week after he was admitted.

Just !loon as he recovered (from shock! Danny was released. r 4 :

Although he was not completely: healed he wasn't 'tm(> oe
for the
Pays grafted again. His mother learned to care for the areas thai
!'or a !flight to the Shirners Burns Institute in Galveston
Box. were not yet healed.
Keep >. as. A
other Danny has several braces he must wear, part or all the At t
"It was here I began to realize how much pain he would
time, to prevent contractions. M\\ his burned areas base to be
have to endure, his mother recounts. "I had always thought
wrapped to cut down on scarring. He still has a lot of pain to
but learned that because of
burned people were sedated we
endure. He will have to return to the hospital from time to
they would be dope addicts when re
healing process
the long time for check-ups but he is very happy to be back home cT-iI1t;
time to was for
leased. The only they were put sleep surgery his friends.
and when they became critically ill.

"Never: think there are no good people left in this world 1 1r
This happened to Danny two days later. He developed a
!Mrs. Rowe advises "Without the help of so many people
His lungs not holding long
blood infection. were oxyg'n enough
F.D.I.C. .
Member don't know how we would have made it Especially the Shnncrs. -
: for it to>> get into his boood-stream, thus he was not getting
The Morocco Temple in Jacksonville paid our plane fare
'Your in his blood.
: oxygen
enough out there and back. The hospital is operated at no cost to the DANNY ROWE

His father flew to Galveston to be with him also. patient. People are wonderful( He's On the Road la Recovery
Seeeeeaa -
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News 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
CLASSIFIED AD RATES 641 ft. on Ilwy.; 8500.00 Cash FOR RENT- bedroom trailer FOR RENT12 wide 2 bed- tlldt l

Minimum Charge .... .1.7S Call Bill Powell Broke '. 964. central heat, air cond. A. room trailer outside city limits JIMMY MOORE'S

By.KllMh (h (Clvenn: Walker (Carers IS worda) 6464 or 964-6810 FOR SALE vallable Call 533-2366 until after June 6 p.m.15: 1972. no,answer J.B. call White 9648799.964-6114 If SUN SPORTS

Each word over IS-7o BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16. tfchg BOAT FOR
also Extra Char e If not Building Lots on SR.230.Build- Used Black & White MOORE
Senior Citizen Unit No. held Greater Allen Chapel AME Ing Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill NEW '72 MOBILE homes are YOUR MONEY
I its regular meeting Thursday Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins, paid In advanceCLASSIFIED Powell Broker 964-6464 or In. All new floor plans and
Sept. 23 In RJE auditorium. At pastor Services for the church DISPLAY 964-6810. Portable T.V.'S deluxe models Olln's Mobile IS iNG Starke Ph. 96<<.5791

this meeting a report was anniversary begin Monday night $1.50 Per Inch Homes 100 West, Starke. Complete Outboard &
given by Mr. Joe Kerrigan on and will be In progress through FOR RENT- Furnished & unfurnished 29.95 each tfchg
Service and
Saturday night. The activity will Memorial Ite1IoleUeProcl..maUon. Stern Drive
the conference he attended In apartments In town, HOMESAVAIUBlf
Orlando. Amendment from the terminate Sunday with the YouthIn ., eta -7e word also house In country. W.II. NEW MOTOROLA Quasar TV, Repair. Complete Fiber-
78 delegates will be presentedto I charge of services. Sunday Nollman. tfchg ee at Bradford Motel. have 2 at a $100 saving at glass Repair. Custom-
President Nixon at the White School at 10 a.m. Morning ser- CARDS OF THANKS Dahmers Discount. 4tchg 10/21 FOR built Fiberglass Fishing
(House Conference November vice at II. Afternoon service 19 word. or less .. __"..I." POODLE FOR SALE- $75
28 Dec. 1 I. In Washington. 3 p.m. All members are askedto Eaoh word over SO-7e Registered small silver miniature '66 CHEVELLE MALIBU 327, YOUR LOT Boats
Plans were mado for a Halloween please cooperate with the House broken 1 year old. COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser- sports coupe automatic radio,
tnrtv to be held at captains for the success of this Phone 964-6930 after 5 p.m. viceCarpets shampooed heater good tires. Excellent
RJE auditorium Tuesday Oct. activity. tfchg house traitors windowswashednoorslcrubbed.Pho condition $650 cash. Call 964- WATER FRONT LOTS
28, fro m 1-3 p.m. All Senior The Gospel Choir anniversary GENERAL 6539 or 378-7936. "Marshall.! X3,5001800DSF FOR SALE
Citizens are Invited to attend. will be held the fourth Sunday TATS MOBILE rkume, 964-5771. Boyd Service tfchg Itp On Crosby Lake and Crosby
Dell Chapter 168 OES. In October at Allen Chapel AME FARM A moving-! File Call 964-5606. Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
Church at 2 p.m. There will bea r------------ wide 8 feet deep) Located on
All members of Dell Chapter ,
Parade of Choirs. All members MSnINSTORE 3 miles West
are asked to meet Thursday .-.0. FT. State Road 100
night, Oct. 7, at 8 p.m. and friends are Invited to Mobile HomeQEANING ..:::':::=" :." of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation -
attend. .:.:: : J
Business of vital importance. : :' cottage mobile home or
i t--::'wOHN Investment.
Baptist Church. Smoke, Say. Owner Many) brands of new vacuums down and$35.00 month for 39noni

Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor.Bible Western Work $39.00 up. Used machines from Exterior Washing And e ((8 1/2 % simple interest -

Clothes St.,. $10. Expert Repairs all makes. -'- ).
Class each Monday night at the GEORCEWASHINGTON M.tal Roof Seating I II CALL .
church. Prayer Meeting held on Hats. Pacts and Accessories for all I Call 864-7701 8 jn. to 9
each Thursday night. Sunday 1FrilrYt vacuums.' Built fir Central vacuum I For Free Estimates p.m weekdays tf
FOR SALE-AKC Labrador Retriever _
School 9:45: a.m. each Sunday n.r..kn t Saddles Tack cleaning sy stems."712 N. Call SLADE
morning. Church services each or Irk @ Wool v.rl n. Main. Gainesville 376-7110 7708. puppies. Phone 964- LOTS FOrt SALE Starke Golf
ItpYNOW&SAvB & Country Club ready for
second and fourth Sundays. 1tIz1w : Hunting BootsAmmunition
building: on or for Investment.
Greater Bethlehem Free Will ACRES with 421 feet US Lots area approximately 1/2
1.4 on
Baptist Williams pastor.Church Senior Rev. Jasper Choir TWO GREAT AMERICANS Dog Food 30>lust south of Starke city limits. Night 964-5047 only acre and 3 minutes larger. Paved from roads town.
station SERVICES
Fine for service
rehearsal each Monday night. Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SAY Main St. restaurant, or other business. -------------J ucng
Tuesday night. Choir No.3. : jheFlrstJ Lake Butler 7000. Terms. Please call or
and Ushers Board No. 2 meet. BfJr 'to Phone 496-6041 write Frank PMIpott, McKInney BEGGS
Wednesday night Prayer Meet- ply di ioucanPREVENT| Green, Inc. Realtors Box CARL For Information
Ing. Thursday night the Ladles 14484 Gainesville Flak. 32601, Gulf Service. Can Jacksonville O.C. Carnes Nursery
Circle will at the homeof CALVES J Room Air Conditioners
meet FOREST FOR Sale-. .Faulkner phone 372-3617 or 376-6893.
Collect Thousands of Plants
Mrs. Sarah Prince. Friday FIRESWe phone 468-1245, Waldo. ,5 tchg- 9/30. USED PARTS Touch Control Cornier!Center
night Prayer Band will\ meetat ..w.",R.r, ,. atp 10/21 rep Prices for Wrecked Car .. Two or Three Speed Cooling 781-4055 Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
Flemble An Flow Controls
the tome of Mrs. Fannie Evergreens Camellias
Wrecker Service
Brown. Saturday dinners will have a great herir.aePro.Sect A Hole in Your RoofMOrA S4 Hoer Automatic EvenTemp ''Azaleas Roses

be sold from the kitchen. Sun- Our Forem! RED BRICK COUNTRY HOME Fuel Oil Thermostat Plant AnJUmeLANDSCAPING
e Citra large Washable Filter Most< In cans -
day Is Youth Day. Sunday 3 bedrooms 3 baths large Used CanHwy. Corrosion Resistant'Casings
School at 9:30.: Morning ser- living and dining lots of carpeting 101 N. WaUo ,Models, for Special Windows
vice at 11. Dinner will] be drapes cornices hard- SEWINGMACHINE XJ MI. S.E. of Stark Hwy. 100
served at 12:30.: A t 2 p.m. UNDER THE NEW syntcrn wood floor, two car garage as low as Flomhome 65'-216J
is It still okay to refer to the
There will be a special meet 2400 sq ft., central heat and .
ing of Sunlight Pallbearers. that post we office are or going should down we to say the air. Yours for a quick sale. 418.991INSURANCE $H9ooSLADE
All members are asked to be A.J. Thomas Realtor,Tel.964-
station The Glass Shop
present at 3 p.m. New Bet postal service r. 5701. J & J Roofing Co. Sales and Service

hel Baptist Church from Rai- The kid student of history AT REDUCED RATES GAS PFAFF NECC1II

ford will render service In says that the covered wagons LOU'S NURSERY 4 Phone 96$-8778 AUTO. FIRE BOAT New HomeUniversal Claw jAH
behalf of Men's Day activity. went so slow It'. nurprinlng State Certified Elementary Hiway 301 South AGENCY' For
Evening service 6 p.m. worked. and Appliances
the nip-conditioning
teacher. Very progressive use .... $49:50
of Montessori methods. up CARS and TRUCKS I
many COLOR Cameras and cast, r
332 W. Kelson; Parts & Repairs on
Limited enrollment. Ages 2- $15 at Pahmers Discount Installed While-U-Walt
>>:::::, :::::tXXt::::::::::::::irr:::;::::::::::?::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.;.:.:......,.' .'.'.'.'...... .. 5. Call 964-8404. 3tchg 10/7 used.only 4tchg 10/21 all other Make Ma- Custom Vinyl Auto Tope

ter Brown chines.NATIONAL

STUDER'S muda hay by bale or ton. Call g

VARIETY STORE 964-6114. tfchg ..

Business Directory Now Open 6 MI. South FOR SALE-1 mare 8 yean -0' PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL .Gainesville" 378-1355', Florida I MARYCARTER

Of Stork, Where "Phil's" broken for riding with colt at olkawagenrte. 114 N. Walnut 1\
side, 5 mo. old. Also I mare,
Used To Be. 2-1/2 years unbroken. Call A Vied 4.fI). Starke 964-8183. ( u
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES 964-6235 or 984-5630 after 5 Sale Service r

Johnson& Faria Inc.
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Deluxe Simmons Pillows Reg. Trees Taken DownLight tel. Apply in person tfchg

SALES &: SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS $4.95 Special 2 for $$4.99. Hauling. Wood for Sale. Call SALES
$7.95 to :15.00 Men's Famous 473-3213. Itp. PARTS SAME

Fine Selection of Used Can in flecU e Jd ea Pet SpUn Name Pants, $3.98 limited 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired r For Sale By Owner SERVICE
Taken On Cadillac Trades sizes. Men's Shirts values to WANTED: Waitress. Apply In
and cleaned: at Dahmors Dis- Deep nnd Shallow
2001 N.W 13th Ph. 37&-5301 FERTILIZERS $9.00 14-1/2 to 17-1/2 now person Longhim Restaruant.Itp. count, fast service tfchg 20 acres on SR 100 4 Mile Water Wells PRICE
& $3.98. & Softeners and \
We Rent FenUIz" 8pread $2.98 Drapery South of Starke. Frame

Barkley Motors, Inc. 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0478 Slip lengths Cover a third Material of what you odd FOR SALE- I Vox Amplifier House with new roof. 1400ft. FiltersPlumbing

with 110-220 transformer on Hiway 833 ft. on AS
will expect to payl School ; Supplies
TOYOTA GLASS supplies: 500 sheets punched $225.00 cash. Call 9647337. Graded Road.

4 wheel drive and ears notebook paper at 69(1.( 89C Up ONLY $13,950 EXPERT SERVICE ON Jacksonville
Card 3 Blc Pens for 39C. ALL MAKES
Sal.. Pa" .
Tooth paste Bayer's Aspirin fll\ 29% dn.-balance $86.79 mo PHONE
Clean Used Toyota. LIDDELL REFINISHING SALE24'XeO' Mobile
Bufferln Anacin Razor 102 E. BROWNLEE

1700 N. Main 3'76-1268' Blades Toilet Tissue at low- \ ALL TYPES home 3 bedrooms central& den.heat Lake and air Geneva -, Call Bill Powell 964-6810
est Bradford
County prices.
Beauty Academy Glass Company "Big Items" too up to $149at UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK Fla. Call 964-5153 after After 5 P.M. PUMP & SUPPLY CO. I

'Glaw For Every Purpolle" huge savings. Buy now for 5 p.m. 3tchg 10/7 Tailing; applications let

POWELL'S Store Front.s-Mlrrors Christmas we will layaway 1 Expert Reproduction
RABBITS Several WE REPAIR and sell nearly FHA 235
EncloaureeBboweraFurnltunt Watch us grow and help us : pedigreed SAVE -
Beauty Academy Tub Tope Glae. Re' grow and you will save money C..E. JACKSON i New Zealand and Californian every needle made for any
pfd Sandwiches: & Cold Drinksto 1313 W. Madison Starke breeding bucks White Muscovy Thot Long Distance brand stereo regardless of age. New Brick 3 and .4
Leant s Profession In Tour go clean restrooms. Come ducks reasonable. Ph. 463- Also the long play records at Bedroom homes
Spare Time. Full or pan TIme NEW LOCATION by then check prices else- 6186.1 I 11>. Phone Calls $1 off regular price at Dah.mer's Call for Details
219 N.W. 10th 378-27f18 where, then come by again and Discount. tfchg
Ins 80. Main GalneavUk BUY. Inflation Is a dirty word We now handle air line
HELP \NTED NEW 8 TRACK; FOR RENT2 & 3 bedroom Low Down Payment
ELECTRIC MOTORS at S.V.S. tape decks for tickets/
cruises and
372.81 1 ; 372.1102 Graduate accountant with business cars only $37.50 at Dahmers touri.W house. Retired or middle aged and Moderate Monthly
ELECTRIC experience to manage of- Discount. 4tchg: 10/21 offer a special package couple. !Nice; yard. Call 964- PaymentsLONGCHAMP
FOR SALERivera Cruiser
fice. Good salary working con- 5801. Itp
Motor Repair Co.MEN'S WEAR pontoon boat with vinyl top ditions and ample office help. Tour of New HOMES
9-1/2 hp Evlnrude: motor. Aluminum Pine Air Disney World FOR
Farms Inc. FOR SALE: 1971 Honda 350 RENT- room apartment, I none 9M-6853
Ot Ga1ne8V1Ue. IDe pontoons 1250. For P.O. Box 448 Scrambler 3.900 Call available Oct. 15. Utilities furnished -
miles. Phone 964-7449 SOI Sooth Start
R Irin1rtftdlnw STAG 'N DRAG RentMobile! homes on Lake Lake Butler Florida 32054 964-8644. Itpd. $80 per month. Millard
New a.hd Used Geneva. A.II. L asse. 473- 496-6501 I tchg. TOWN FINANCE CO. Judd 127 Lafayette St., Phone 'D'
4753. 3tp 10/21
Itchg ,
Grlffon SuftsArrow FOR SALEs 1963 Pontiac HELP WANTED-Female.Nonprofit P.O. Box 226 N.
2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 : ; Tem- Temple
Shirts-Flonhelrn' Shoe LAWTEY- room apts. $60 pest $125. 964-7527 after 6 agency desires mature Avenue SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned
MOVERS Formal Rentala mo. plus elec. Apply Bel Air p.m. 1 tp. lady to conduct Telephone Sur- iCtEttietiiinr. oiled and adjusted In your
Ladles Sportswear Motel Rt. 301, Lawtey Itp vey Box from 333 home. Reply to P.O. home .$5.00. Vacumn cleanerrepairs

Distance Moving 2 !lTORES--13 W. UNIVERSITY FREE FOUR adorable kittens 32201. 2 tp.Jacksonville 10/14 Fla. FOR RENT; Furnished 3 room also.All work guarant
1966 Yamaha 60cc good condition 212 Mimosa Drive. Phone 964- efficiency tpartmont No children eed. Dennis E. Cogglns Phone
and GAINESVILLE MALLCrating helmet Included. $175.
3larngePacking ,
5818. I
tchg. 431-1428' tfchg
FOR SALE- Siamese kittens no pets, no baby sitting.
Gas Dryer $20. Ph. 9645350.Up 8
weeks old, $10,00 each. Susie Phne 964-8021. 1 tchg.)
Free .E.UmaU. eau Electric
Beaner 313 North Broadway i
MUSIC Dishwasher. Phone
FOR SALEYouth bed. stereo I tp. 964-6100 St., S lrke. 1 11>. FOR crete SALE block: house 2 bedroom con- made In your _
tape deck with f/m radio 22 shop individual
with ping center. Low down payment hearingrequirements
semi-automatic rifle ------ FURNITURE
BALDWIN terms. Call Bu-
.cope. 734 N. Walnut St. after at no
ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760,
PIANOS'. ORGANS 6 p.m. Itp GEORGE ROBERTSReal P.O. Box 238 Starke. tfchg. additional cost Quality Home Furnishings
CMOtCI c>>1'HI AaI19TI'.CaiamMUSK1. Custom! DraperiesCarpeting !
Van Service, I nc. FOR SALE41 Chevy $75. '68 Estate .
Yamaha 100. $75. Ph.964-6586. ALL MAKE HEARING
U4. N.E Waldo Rei. Q'vU1. 326 N. Cherry St. lip Income Property For SaleC. AIDS REPAIRED Interiors by Victor
rn-4nl NOTICEStarke 1600 Park Ave. Orarge Park


AUTO SALES SERVICE Q'y1l1e lIbopptq Ctr' mu$. LEW'SWELDING | B. 2 BR Fireplace Large house !larger Heights area and Customers Keystone CO.

TropIcal Pontiac lot on 301 near Lawtey 1137 H. W. 23rd Ave.
Farm and Industrial SHOP Hastings Mattress
Inc. ilnesvllU, Florida 32601 R.E.JONE)
Equipment Acres Woodland
Whispering Pine Jtfp- and Upholstery Phone 376-0095
tel US 301 S. Phone) (ACREAGE 170 acres woodland good land

964.8232 Good building lots In just about location 710 St. Johns AraPALATKA
Santa Fe Tractor, any you FOR LAND CLEARINGAcres
UTILITY TRAILERS desire. '70 Nova 350 cu.
Factory Auth.I..d FOR D L AgainFURNITURE In., 3 speed floor shift, silver
& Lots
Large modern CB ,
home approx. 1 yr. old, 3 BR, LR, w/black Interior 2200. J.D.
Pontiac Farm Tractors A lmplementeS.les GAS AND ELECTRICWELDING Den 254 Werre. Rt. J 1. Box 153AA, Lake Holes Pushed Land
Ports-S.rvlc. BRAZING baths double 'fire place, on beautiful 3 acre ; Butler 11 miles W. of Starke scaping.
USED EQUIPMENT SHEET METAL lot. Repaired Refinished SR 100. lip

2101 H. Morn. SALES PART ta RVICEGornesvttle : TRAILER HITCHES Reupholstered PHONE
4488 N. W. 8th 37&-2541 Estate MATTRESSESFREE 2 baths, central air & heat 964-7205

372..2583 GAINESVILLE FLA. ESTIMATES carpeted, good location. Call
[421 W. Madison St. Stork, Florida 964-7826 can Collect 328-2144 964-8519. Itp CLASP ENVELOPES. all
.lie*- Bradford QoanlyftTl*
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