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 14, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No. 12 Thursday, October 14, 1971 Copy J Case DroppedA

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case against

poi s Grady I. Collins, of

Palatka, for dredging Crowd

On without a permit on Large

Half Moon Lake In

north Putnam Coun-

tyJust across the Watches 5th
Food PricesA Clay County line-

was nolle prossed

Tuesday afternoon In

Putnam County Calf ScrambleAn

closer check on food service purchases '; Court.

In county schools cafeterias Is 1. 'I' The case bears significancefor

being made since It has been pointedout : ': several dredge-and-flll operations enthusiastic crowd of about 3,000
; : / now pending by developers
that suppliers were making over-
: "" !:'. In the Keystone braved threatening skies and a light driz-
charges to lunch rooms Supt. Tom Ca- ,; Heights lake region. zle to watch 15 torn and somewhat battered

sey told the school board last week. ( i''It Collins, a partner In H.R. youths become winners of registeredblack

....-. Buckles Land Clearing, Inc.,
Palatka arrested last May Angus calves in the 5th annual
Casey said schools had become received were not of the best /Ift Iftr was
: by Putnam County Deputy; Sheriff Scramble.
lax In their checks of quality. Johnnie Townsend, actingon

food costs against bids accepted .- 2) Some times It was more / orders of Sheriff Walt Pel- Winners of the fifteen reg<<) bacon home were Vicki Sue
In the four years since the convenient to order from a llcler. The drag line operatorwas istered calves, caught In the Anderson, Judy Loper, Sue Ed-
food has been placed on bids. different supplier. charged with "digging outa three spirited scrambles were: wards, Carol Sweat, and Terry
He said he has met with cafe- lake In violation of Florida David Orleman, Jim Johns, McNeal.
Tucker said he could not vouch r
teria managers since Auditor Mike Anderson Two Chicken Scrambles for
Statute 253-124 without first Emery, Danny ,
for the validity of the mana-
Nell Tucker first called atten- ters' statements, but said the having obtained a permit." Allen Akridge, Terry Mott, An- youngsters aged 7-9 and 10-12
tion to the faulty buying prac- dy Baldree, ZackEdwards, Hlc- had the crowd In an uproaras
tices on Sept. 7 and that food statements do "suggest the a. The Buckles company was
ky Faulkner, Curtis Scott, Michael the little ones scurried a-
board should this mat- 7 P" -"
costs are being checked againstbid pursue h employed by Keystone Deve-
srrro Mowry, Dewayne Mosely, bout the arena trying to wina
prices. ((5.. Page 4)) uwrret lopers, Inc. to carry out the Mike GaskIns Kevin Meng, and prize.

Overcharges made by food project on Half Moon where Marlon Thornton. Judges of the events were
the corporation owns about 1- John Torode, Billy Noegel Don
suppliers would probably a- Sponsored by the Starke-
725 feet of lake frontage di.
mount to about $400 cafe- Hill, Ralph Bryan, and Charles
per MillionDollar vlded Into 23 lots approximately Bradford County; Chamber of
teria, Casey estimated, but told 75 feet wide. Incorporators Commerce, the event was held Francis Former county agent
the school board actual check {a of Keystone Developers S. at the Bradford County Fair- Geroge T. llugglns served as

has been made to determine E McKay, J.B. Chesslngton are, and grounds Saturday night. It began master of ceremonies and H.I' ,
exactly how much cafeteria with a chicken dinner Mizell Jr., chamber pres-
...... Jim Wiley, all of Keystone
managers have overpaid. It Heights. served by the Bradford High ident gave a welcoming speech

was first thought that the cafeterias Tax RollApproved In explaining hIs decision not School Chapter of the Future and presented registration papers -
might have overpaid by to the Putnam Farmers of America and end- to the 1969 winners
prosecute case,
of dollars but Casey County Agent Bobby L. Taylor
thousands County Prosecuting Attorney ed with an old fashioned square

said he thought not. ...r.. rM ..:.. Earl ; G. Nicholson cited the dance sponsored by the Shrine said there was the biggest
kl Club. crowd In Its five year hislorjon
court's inability to Instruct the
Asked by Board Member
hand for the event and that
The FFA'ers served 600
jury to the definition of"navigability"
Charles Sawyer If It was necessary as -
the wentoff like clockwork
dinners, the proceeds of which program -
to freshwater
for the board to meet as
lie said there good
will be used for local chapter
lakes and also stated his
with cafeteria manager, Casey A 1971 tax roll needs participation in the horse show,
said that had already been done opinion that Section 253-124, ,
of the feature attractions
which Just ,_ one ,
by his staff. tops a under which Collins was arrested The Calf Scramble Is an annual -
which was staged by the Bradford -
did not to lakes event In the and
million dollars was apply county
County Roping Club.
Food should be checked
whose bottoms are privately part of the livestock improve-
against bid prices,Sawyer said. approved by the Sponsors of the 5th annual
owned. Half Moon Is a surveyedlake ment program The even Is held
"If we don't do this let's stop 301 To Turnpike scramble were: Bradford Count -
bidding the food." County Commissionas with the property lines to Improve breeding stock in t; I Farm Bureau; I 1,1 IXipontDeN'emours
of waterfront owners extend- the county and to give some
Mondayby ) and Co. Community
presented -
"It was noted that all cafe- ing out into the water boys the chance to become the ;
State Bank of Starke Florida -
terias throughout the countyare Tax Assessor Culminating seven months of late are coming from Lieorgia a sign made to be placed at Col. Chcsslngton said Tues- owners of a registered calf, (Dank at starke I'irstled.I ;

not buying their food pro- Gene Long. It Is the constant effort, the Starke- via US-1 or US-301. Yulee directing motorists traveling day night that the corporationhad a chance: they might not otherwise eral Savings and Loan; ; I lorlda
ducts in accordance with your Bradford County Chamber of Extending over the roadway 1-95 to take Ala at Yu- have.Another. ,
not decided what course of Hydrocarbons Co., Owen lolst
stated Auditor first time the coun- Commerce succeeded lastweekIn inCallahan the sign Is lee to Callahan then continue
buying guides, approximately action to take following the highlight of the night of Florida, In., VMnn Dixie;
Tucker In his report to the ty's tax roll has having this turnpike-type 10 x 4 feet It on to the Florida Turnpike via disposal of the case against was the spectacle of 10 girls Starke Shrine Club; I Florida
board, dated Sept. 20. sign above, placed on US-I in Identifies, as can be seen a- US-301 from Callahan, then
topped $1 million.The Coiling He said the developers chasing and attempting to bag Power and Light Co., and Edwards -
Callahan to direct motorists bove, US-301 to 1-75 and Flo- continue on to the Florida Turn-
Various cafe- had five greased pigs. Angus farm.
the Die
"In already completed Bringing
general considerable
south on US-301 through Brad- rida's Turnpike South Right pike via US-301 from Callahan
teria managers are buying a 1971 roll totals$1,002,424, ford County; and to the Sun- Lane. The Chamber is working now, groundwork toward
number of products from vendors up eight per cent or $78,248over shine State Parkway via 1-75 The Chamber gives much cre- with Starke Holiday Inn Mana- applying for a permit from <
did not receive the Trustees of the Internal
who your the 1970 roll of $924,176. at Gainesville or Ocala. dit to State Sen.Bob Sounders, ger Bill Glover in charge of
bid award for a particular pro- Gainesville, and Department of the project, to get subscrIp- Improvement Fund, and might 1 1
Pointing to the new sign erected decide: to ahead in this direction '
duct. Value of non-exemp propertyin ; Transportation District Engineer tions from businesses along 301 go } Lucille Lovellr
Thursday a week rather than
the county Is set at $52 ago acceptTuesday's
Tucker examined one month's ; Jim Ward for their efforts to finance a large colorful sign.
Is Chamber Manager John
buying in each school cafeteria.He 346,134 by Long, up almost$4mf1l1on $ In having the sign placed. Plans are to rent the sign froma nolle pross as an
the 1970 value of Myers who says he can already indication that no permit is
firm which! also maintainsit.
found 239 Instances which : tell the difference In : needed proceed with the work. I
$48,368,270. Mlllage Is the Originally to have been Installed -
food was purchased at higher Such a sgn! will cost around Dies
the number of 301.
than the bid for same as last year, 19.107mms. cars using last June, the sign was '$2,000 per year. Howard R. Buckles, president SuddenlySustained
prices price a Not aware of the possibility
; held for months In the Department -
up Also being discussed by the of the landclearing company,
item that items
! particular or
301 south at Callahan
Long is taking
The Increase, says, of Transportation In
Chamber Is a second large said he intends to find out
from firm
were purchased a mainly from general new con- many motorists have been continuing Tallahassee because of various
who the sheriffs office
sign which would be financed urged
which was not low bidder struction and also from adjustment east to take 1-95 southIn technicalities. for precious monthsby and Mrs. Lovell had apparently!
by subscriptions from businessmen to make the arrest and would
Two .reasons were given by of some property; values. Jacksonville medical science and the been making a satisfactory' recovery -
I- for /
to be placed on possibly sue damages,
Tucker Further plans by the Cham- sacrifice of a kidney by a devoted Doctors at the medical
cafeteria managers, US-301, Myers points out, is ber to direct traffic down US- 295 directing motorists to take or false arrest. He said that sister, Dorothy l.ucllL' center, her husband says, were
to the board's Of the $1 million-plus In 1371: ,
said why
as the work and loss
1-10 west to Baldwin, then take stoppage
the most direct route to the
301 as the shortest route to the Lovell lost her gallant fight pleased with her recover}.
had not the county commission will derive -
purchasing procedures of time Involved
Florida Turnpike when motor- 4-laned US-301 to the turnpike. In the court
Florida Turnpike to have life
are for Thursday morning,
In Instances $434,845 and the school
been followed some proceedings had cost his company The day before her death
: board $565,338. The county's; in excess of a thousand Oct. 7.Her. was one of the best she had l

1) Some food products being portion of the total mlllage Is dollars. transplanted kidney was after the operation, :Mr. I ovell
8.307 and the school board's
Work had been about one- still functioning well, but Mrs. says.
10.8 mills. third completed on the I Keystone -

$33,000 The county more; will than receive In 1970 about and BoRes To Be Tough;; which called Developers'for digging a project trenchIn j-i for A Mrs.campaign Lovell's to raise transplant funds

operation here b
the school board about $43,000 the area between the water was begun )
table and the vegetation line, :Mrs. !Naomi; !Neison, a bowling
The county's share will be scraping muck for 25 feet out partner of Mrs. Joyce Barton,
into the water table and filling the doner. V total of 521,400
allocated follows
Y as : general the trench with this muck, was raised to defray costs of
$279,316 road and
revenue ,
bridge $54,650, fine and forfeiture Red To Be Ready then spreading the sand removed the operation. A Lucille Lovell
$80,092, and public Big from the trench over Day was proclaimed :March 27
In Starke and :Mrs. Lo'cll'splight
I health $29,785.Long the entire area, including the
area 25 feet Into the water received: national publi

Wilt nwnQtirrIIOMECOMING also said a questionalre from where the muck was city Donations came from many

concerning property values are Tornado grldders will travelto split end, who Is the favorite running the ball. scraped. states.

being sent to all persons In Bolles School In Jackson- pass receiver of quarterback Fullback John Pineta, 6-1 It was not planned to change: Services tor :Mrs ovell I were
the county who bought property ville tomorrow night with the Julian Ditto. Tight end Mike 175 pound senior, Is quick and the natural gradient of the lake, held Sund.l,), Oct. 10, In the
In 1970 by the state auditor task of handing the tough Bulldogs Brady, 6-2, 181, and a senior the team's top broken field and muck scraped below the Pine Level Baptist Church, of
general's office This Is their first defeat of the Is also In that category. lie runner. He Is probably the second water level would be restoredby which she was a member, with
Set Sunday being done in an effort to determine year In theIr homecoming game. Is the team's second best receIver best back.Quarterback. sand dug from the trench. Rev .John Strickland officiating
the true market behind Nelson, and is
valueof The Florida Star Conference Julian Ditto 6-1 Burial was In Crosby Lake
blocker and the Excavation of the trench had
October 11At the land Itself, Long said, a strong runs
contest Is set at 8 160 pound senior, Is experiencedand 1 Cemetery
the auditor ball well after he catches it. been completed by the land-
so general can determine -
:Mrs ovell, 43, born In
a top-notch Florida Star and about a third
Lawt.y Long's ratioofassess- It will be another game com- Jess Simmons, a 5-11, 164 Conference quarterback. clearing firm, and sand Bradford County;! and had lived
ments to sales.Representatives. parable to the task the Tor- pound senior guard, Is the of the muck scraping here all her life.
nadoes faced against St. Au- team's best blocker. He is Ditto Is equal to Live Oak replacement had also been com

MethodistChurch of the audI- tustine or Live Oak, accord- quick, strong, and a good trapping signal caller in passing ability pleted at the time work was M,.. Lucille Lovell In addition to her husband,
tor general's office check tax Ing to Coach David Hurse whose guard, BUS If not better. He also has stopped. At present, large plies George I.. (Tiny) Lovell, survivors -
stamps on deeds in the clerk's staff has scouted Bolles several His running mate Richard Dos- good running speed, and can of sand remain standing behind Lovell suffered an attack of Include a son, James
1 office, Long said, but the a- times. The Bulldogs of Bolles, tie, 5-10, 110 pound senior Is! block well. two-thirds of the project, and undetermined cause early Calvin Lovell of Starke; a
mount actually paid on some like those of Live Oak have the team's second best blocker two-thirds of the proposed Thursday morning, about 5:30 daughter, Mrs. Margaret Ann
Courteiy Of lands Includes Improvements Bolles has depended a great scraping below water level has :
Conners of Jacksonville her
good physical size and good and makes a fine pair of ;
to her
a.m. according husband
other than the land Itself, or over-all quickness. deal on the pass primarily with not yet been undertaken. It Is parents, :Mr. and :Mrs Calvin
guards. Lovell was -
Orf) dommunftuStatr! may Include such Items as real- Ditto throwing to big Nelson. estimated that the development Tiny. Mrs. pronounced Ward of Starke two brother,
tor's commissions, Intangible They block well, the backs Center Redy Borg, 5-10 162 But the Bulldogs also run the company has already spent approximately dead upon arrival at W.R. Ward of Starke; and c.
Sank property, survey costs, closing run hard, the pass receiversrun pound senior, Is strong, quick, ball well $5,000 on the work. Bradford County; Hospital at W. Ward of Townsend, Ga.
costs, and attorneys.The routes with precision, and and has speed. Borg is the 5:45: a.m. six sisters, Mrs. Joyce Bar-;
Bolles Is also aggressive. Seven team's third best blocker. Defensively Bolles strengthis Section 253.124, under which
Account .Haw (Insur.dUp ton of Santa Fe Lake :Mrs.
In Mrs. Lovell received the ,
auditor general wants to of the Bulldog starting offensive linebacker Andy Glvhan Collins was arrested, providesthat
To $20,000 By Tailback Andy Glvhan, 5-10, and firmor transplanted kidney of her sister Mary Ella Watterson and Mrs.
be aware of these costs so the eleven are termed Redy Borg, two exper- : "Any private person,
F.d.ral actual value of the land Itself "studs" by the BHS coaching 164 pound senior, is the work- ienced two-way men for the corporation desiring to construct Mrs. Joyce Barton, In a Alma Klgdon, both of Starke;
D.positInsurance of the backfield and the June I operation in Shands Tea- :Mrs Anita Lewis, Mrs Ethel
can be determined, Long says. staff. horse Bulldogs. Bolles runs a 5-4 de- Islands or add to or ex-
Corp. He urges the letters be ans They are led by Kirk Nelson best runner.He is quick, strong, ching Hospital in Gainesville. La Roach and Mrs. Callie Howard -
wered. big 6-2, 175 pound senior and a good blocker when he Isn't (See Page 4)) (See Page 4)) The operation was successful all of Townsend, Ga.


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Mrs. T A. Yawn III pt wBohannon. Field TripPlanned Awdliary Starke Elementary GRACE METHODIST

Complimented Teachers Praised Grace Methodist Church at
ForWomans Formed By Lawtey will observe its annual
At t Shower For PTA ProgramStarke Homecoming Day on Sunday,
ClubMrs. Jaycee WivesThe Oct. 17. Rev. Sanford Mayo,
Mrs. T.A. Yawn III, a recent a former pastor of the church,
bride, was complimented at a Elementary faculty will deliver the homecoming
miscellaneous shower Wednesday J.A. Griffin chairman newly formed Starke Jay members presented a program sermon. Dinner will be servedon
Oct. 6. at the home of of the Conservation committeeof cee wives Auxiliary held,their of school days In their generation the grounds. All members,
Mrs. T.L. Casey, Jr. on Bes- the Starke Woman's Club, Installation of officers banquet at the first meeting of former members, and friendsare
sent road. has announced plans for a r recently: at the Holiday the school's parent-teachers Invited to attend.
Held trip to the Marine Science bin. group last month.
Hostcssea with Mrs. Casey Educational Center at Mayporton ( Guests for the evening were "These people certainly
were Mrs. Guy Andrews.} Mrs. Wednesday, Oct. 20. Mllner Osborn of Lake City, helped the 1971-72 PTA Starke LAWTEY VOLUNTEERSSET
B.C. Holtzendorf Jr., Mrs. R. Elementary PTA off to a good SUPPER
This trip will be especially: Jaycee dlstrlce
H. Jockel Mrs. J.R. Kite,Mrs. vice-president start," says Mrs. Phyllis Carver -
beneficial to those members and Mrs.
: Buddy Burch of
D.H. Montgomery Mrs. R.G. n Interested In learning about the Gainesville, Jaycee program chairman. "We The Lawtey Volunteer Fire
Paterson, Mrs. M.R. Sanders, would like to encourage the Department will serve a mul-
ocean pollution of the waters .. district vice
; and
Mrs. Cynthls Schmitt and Miss tl. teachers' continued supportand let dinner tried and smoked)
and its effect on marine life. members of the Gainesville
Lillian Stump. Dr. Bill\ Fryar, Environmental I $ Jaycee wives auxiliary. participation."The: staff and at the Strawberry Wharf Saturday
Mrs. Kite and Mrs. Casey n Education Specialist, will be I Jaycee president, Elzle San- ents working teaching together will par-undoubtedly night, Oct. 23, starting:
greeted the guests at the door lecturer and eulde. ders, conducted theprogram. Insure successful at 5 p.m. All you can eat
a a
and presented them to the receiving Jt11 All members wishing to attend Mrs. Buddy Burch installed the school and promote the for $1.50 (children 75C).
line composed of Mrs. should meet at the clubhouse Hew Beta following officers: president, "
Sigma Phi members are ((1-r) Mrs. John Bradley, best Interests of our children
T.A. Yawn Jr., the honoree, parking lot at 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Wayne Wynn, Mrs. Charles Darby Is reinstalled director. Mrs. John L. Bradley vicepresident ..
to form a motorcade to May- Mrs. 1IIIoo.!
Dale Brown '"
DonaldStrauser "
her mother Mrs. Williams/ Mr. Harold Davis Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Dona- ;
Flynn, Wayne
of Gainesville, and the hon- port where a Dutch treat lunch secretary. Mrs. Al COlton:treasurer -
oree's sisters, Mrs Jack Marriage PlannedMr. eon will be served at S "lckland's hoo. Mrs Robert Ward 4 SEWING
Starks and Miss Diana Restaurant. The tour and State director, Mrs. Ronnie
atrauser, also 01 uainesvllle. and Mrs. E.L. Boh n- lecture will begin at 2 p.m. Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Thomas.
Husbands and family members -
The tea table covered non of Orlando are announcing are Invited to attend. Learn To Operate High Speed Machine
was the engagement and approaching Inducts/ 5 New Members 8oss-/ou/erson/ /
with an Imported lace and cut- marriage of their daughter, - -- Used In Garment Industry In Starke.
work cloth: centered with an Martha Ann, of Gainesville, to Shower Given Miss Jo Ann Bass and Ron-
Five new members Inducted W. Slade, corresponding secretary -
epergnette holding an arrangement John Arthur Williams were -
of will
ald Eugene Raulerson be
For Beverly McRae Into the Gamma conducted the
Theta ceremony.
of yellow and white ,
pompoms Gainesville, son of Mr. and married in the Brooker Bap-
and chrysanthemums Interspersed Mrs. Mack L. Williams BrideelectMiss Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority New members are Mrs. John CLASS MEETS MONDAY AND THURSDAY
of tist Church on Saturday, Oct.
with green llgus- In a Ritual of Jewels cere- Bradley, Mrs. Harold Davis,
Starke. mony for new members held Mrs. Wayne Donahoo, Mrs. 16, at 8 p.m. 7:00: to 10:00: P.M.
trum berries. Also In the
eper Mc-
wedding will take place Beverly Lynn All friends and relatives are
Monday, Oct. 12 In Charles Flynn, and Mrs.Wayne
gnette were five burning yel- Nov. 26, at 3:30 In Rae, who is interning the Holiday
low tapers. : p.m. the bride-elect Inn here. Wynn. Each was presented with Invited to atoedtheweddingandreeption CALL 964.6150 FCR FUTHER INFORMATICN
North Park Church art education
Baptist as an
The The Ritual of Jewels Is single long-stemmed yellow immediately fol-
gifts were displayed in the Orlando. teacher in St. Augustine, was an
family room where permanent Miss Bohannon graduated hondred at a surprise bridal Impressive candlelight cere- roses and sorority pins as they lowing.
arrangements of fall flowers from Edgewater High School, shower August 29 at the homeof mony with a center table hold- made their pledges. BIRTHS Bradford Union Area
highlighted points of Interest. Orlando, Orlando Junior Col- Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Shaw Ing colored tapers and a bouquet Mrs. Virginia Darby was
The hostesses presented the lege and Is attending the University of Putnam, Conn., who Bev- of yellow roses, the sorority reinstalled as director and pre Mr. and Mrs Emmll Em-
honoree the platter to her chosen of Florida. erly was visiting at the Him flowers, accented by a sented with a yellow rose. merson Rodgers of Starke announce Vocational Technkal Center
china and a corsage. Cor- Mr. Williams\ Is a graduate Summer flowers were used black vase, representing the The closing Ritual and Mia- the birth of a daughter,
sages were also given to both of BUS, St. Johns River Junior In the parly rooms. The refreshment sorority colors, yellow and pah was repeated by all mem Christina Antoinette born Oct.
mothers. College and is attending the table was covered black. bers. 5 in Bradford County Hospital.
Two hundred guests were University of Florida. with a cutwork cloth and centered The reltual message was
Invited to call between the hours with a four-flavor cake relayed to members as they
three and five o'clock.McRae.shaw. Mrs. Lex Green with a bouquet of summer Dowers stood In a seml.clrcle: with 1 1 1
In the center. Mrs. Ca- members behind them holding
Birthday HonoreeMrs. rol Auger presided at the punch lighted candles. Mrs. Phillip
Clark, president, and Mrs. C.
Lex Green was honoredon bowl.Many friends and relativesof
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. her birthday Saturday at a the Shaws attended and pre- UDC .
McRae announce the approach- luncheon given by Mrs. L.H. sented the honoree with appropriate Chapter
Ira marriage of thelt'.daughter Jennings at the Holiday Inn. gifts. Hostesseswere Meeting HeldThe
Bevery Lynn to Jamb Ten Intimate friends and Misses Holly and Robyn
C. haw, son of Mr. and Mrs relatives of the honoree were Shaw and Mrs. Kathl Peterson. UDC
Clayton H. Shaw of Putnam, Invited to celebrate the occas- W.T.Weeks Chapter
Conn. ion. The dining table was cen- Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. met Wednesday afternoon of
tered with an arrangement of J.G. Caldwell were Mr. and last week at the home of Mrs. SHIRTS
The wedding will take place pink and red roses and lavendar Mrs. M.R. Adklnson who were O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. LADIES
Dec 30.Both ageratum. The white frosted enroute from their summer Klncald with.Mrs. G.W. Roberts -
Miss McRae and Mr. birthday cake was centered witha home In Sudbury, Ontario, Ca- Sr. presiding.It KNIT TOPSAssorted .r
Shaw are seniors at Florida tall green candle and encircledby nada, to their new winter homeat was voted to raise the KNIT TOP
State University. Ivy and ginger lilies Alder's Gate, Kissimmee. dues to meet the necessary ex- long sleeve perm-press
penses. Mrs. Elzle Sanders shirts nylon tops & turtle neck SALEV r
and Mrs. H.L. Speer were shirts. Sizes 3 to 14. h !I { '''Ifl
thanked for purchasing and arranging III yl {{ i .

? : CASrllT! the chapter.the storage cabinet for TO OUR$2.29 REG. $ 7 Asst.ponderosa fabrics choker In % I II
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torian Miss, presented Norma Canova-arUeto, his on 'S and 34 to other 40, S-M-L.styles. Ili/// I {I I{

Robert E. Lee.

t If You HaveIt's Not Earning t Bertha chapter Mrs.November L.T.Pearce to meet Crews at we Invited with and nome themIn Mrs.the of OUR REG.3.99 $ a,i t III IIIi

For You. Mrs. Crews.

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Told 4
There's A Right} Way To Marriage

Barbara Ann Moody, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
KICK( OFF Your Savings Moody of Starke and James

Allyn Plapp, son of Mr. and /:..:.
Mrs. Jack Plapp of Phoenix, r

Program Sept.Arix. were 9 at the united home In marriage of Rev. % 'I I/ir/

t t tt and Mrs. William C. Lovell.
The bride wore a Navy blue '
street length dress with red v gain' Ir..7 lr
and white carnation corsage.
Attending as maid of honor
t t was Loralne Alvarez of : ;! 8:r
Starke and Dan Fritz of NAS
Cecil Field as best man.

NAP.' /' '
Gnffis-Miles %
i' Engagement Told / /: /
I .
\ % r
\ ) Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. PRINTS AND PATTERNS OPEN yf .yqn "i!
t .. t tt Morgan ment of her announce daughter the Sheridan engage GIRLS SLACKS AFTERNOON

: \ Ann GrUfis, to Nell Elwood ,
\ Miles son of Mr. and Mrs. F $1.O2
E.E. Mlles of Lake City Miss Acrylic denim & nylon rauricI97 SMINGS
\ Criffla Is also the daughter of In your choice A S.jpER ., ; ,
the late Millard M. Grlffls of styles.. Plaids O
t \ \ t tAW SID rke. prints, patterns.
Miss Grlffls Is a 1971 grad- Sizes 3 to 6x.
fRQU'f' \ \ .- uate of BHS and Is now attend- SIZES 7-17 ,. 2.97
ing Santa Fe Junior College. *m%* < wwitu/
Mr Miles Is a 1969 graduate '
of Columbia Hlirh School PANT
and Is now attending Lake SALE
\I:Community: College.

_......__.... Wedding plans will be announced -

later. FINE Corduroy, acrylic A nylon 97

(THERE IS ALSO A WRONG WAY TO GO ABOUT ANYTHING) Little Women OL'i''y fabric leg styling.In flare Fly leg fronts& straight ft slipons $4

Honor MothersThe In patterns and solid OUR
colors. Sizes 10 to 18. REG.

t Bring Your COLD CASH"Down t honored Little their Women mothers s at Club a $5.99

covered dish Monday
supper Stretch pantyhose
To Us And Get A Remarkable Ice night at their regular meeting. with nude
The buffet table was covered heel In beige, taupe )4''
with a white lace cloth centered chocolate, black LADIES DRESSY
with a pair of ceramic candleholders & spice. 1 size
Tray with an arrangement stretch.
of fall colored permanent flowers SPORT SHOESSlipons
around the base.
(WHILE THEY LAST) A business meeting was held ..
after the dinner, presided over or oxford with
t ailments 4 buckles. ,
by the president, Becky Jack- PANTY HOSEOUR. Assorted sport colors In 5 to 10. 'Z

J For Saving $100 Or Morel son.

Rev. and Mrs. R.D. Burch OUR 66

" LBELlEV( IT OR NOT THE ICE COMES OUT OF THESE ICE TRAYS:)- were the last Illness Sunday called to of to Tuesday Eastvllle Mrs. Burch's due, Va.to REG.74C 48 e TO REG.5.99 4

t -- mother, Mrs. Robert Hallett.i .

Page' Z Telegraph Oct. 14, 1971


I i

'. m eoplt !@OU3R1l0Ytl t'c TI IEY

Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. H.C. WImberlyof Mrs. John D. Hodge of Pal-
Eagle Lake visited Mrs.Nel- atka was a Saturday luncheon Mr. and Mrs Harold Bran-
Results GivenErnest son Green and family last week. guests of Mrs. W.E. Middleton ham and daughter visited Mr.
and Mrs. E.L. Matthews.Mr. and Mrs. SE Branham In
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Naswor- Palatka Sunday.
and Curtis
Sanders were the winning cou- thy visited Mr. winter John and Mrs. R.G. ThorntonSr.
pie at Duplicate Bridge Tues- T. Nasworthy in Park of Miami were Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Coopervisited GOTTAGO'
day night where there were 4 Sunday. tors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Stewart in Trenton and Mr.
tables In play at the Pratt Mooty.
J.D. Odom Jr., Mrs.
Street Recreation Center. and Mrs. Ernest Lord in
Johnson and children,
Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. Larry PFC George Hamilton of Fort Cross City Sunday
Suzanne, Curt and Sandra, Mrs.
G.J. Me Griff were second:!Mrs. Gordon, Ga. was home Fridayto
Philip Odom daughter,Marcl Miss Ginger Baldwin of
Bees Burns and Mrs. tdarieDent Monday. Also visiting the
and John C. and Alescia the of South Florida
University ,
were third. Hamlltons
over the
Odom attended the Shrine cir-
and Miss Turner of Starke
weekend Mrs. Mark Hamilton ;
were -
at the Coliseum Sunday
cus weekend of Miss
and were guests '
children of Tampa
Mrs. J.M. McNeely and afternoon. while Mark Hamilton was at Denise Winkler at FSU and !
daughter of Lakeland spent last Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Bag- National Guard duty at Camp attended. Homecoming festivities -
Thursday and Friday with her well visited Disney World and Blanding.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert -
toured South Florida last week.
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas Last week while Dr. Wm. H.
Maj. (Ret) and Mrs. VernonN spent the weekend with rela- Green of Washington D.C. was
Mrs. J.E. Wilson and niece tives in Fort Myers. They here to speak at the UniversItyof )
Glenn of Bossier City, La.
Mrs. James A. Ryder of Miami spent last weekend in Starke accompanied home by Mrs.Til- Florida, he visited his par- NEW 1971 CHEVROLETS
returned last Friday after ten lie Corbitt of Fort Myers who ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green
days in Boothbay, Maine. They visiting W.F. Glenn Sr., and Is spending two weeks with her and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G.
attended the wedding of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glenn Jr. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Sanders Jr of Starke and R.A.
Rydor's son Howe Edward and Mrs. Emory Lewis. Green, and family lu
Mordock to Miss Sandra Jane W.F. Glenn Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville.
Armour on Oct. 2. Also attending Fred 'Glenn Jr. have returned J.B. Godwin of Arcadia and LEFT IN STOCK !
the wedding was Mrs. home after a ten day trip to daughter Cheryl,of the University New Law Increases
Ryder's daughter, Mrs. John Bossier City, La. visiting Maj. of Florida are Thursday
Adorns of Athens, Ga. Mr. and (Ret) and Mrs.Vernon N.Glenn. overnight guests of relatives Amount AllowedFor

Mrs. John Moredock were Sat Vet VehiclesPublic 1- New 71 Camero 10 -New VI 4-Or.
urday dinner guests of his Mrs. Alma Cox of Atlantic here.Mr. Impala
great-aunt, Mrs. Wilson, while Beach Is visiting her cousin, and Mrs. M.H. Sheppardof

enroute Mr. and to Miami.Mrs. Don Harden- Mrs.Guy WB.Sale Mundy entered this St.week.VIn- Kate Brunswick Sheppard Ga.Sunday visited to Tues-Mrs. effect Increases Law 91-666 to $2,800, now the In 1- New 71 Chevelle SS 2 New 71 Chevelles 4-Dr.

maximum amount allowed

C.S.brook afternoon.Haddock visited In Mr.Ocala and Friday Mrs. gery.cent's Hospital Monday for sur day.Mr.celebrated. and Mrs.their Don 25th Champion wedding the mometarv Veterans Administration assistance toward by 1- New 71 Biscayne 4 Dr. 1-New 71 Chevelle Wagon

Mr. and Mrs. Garl Matthewswere anniversary last Wednesdaywith purchase of an automobile or
Saturday dinner of a trip to Daytona Beach. other conveyance for veteransof '
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.P.E.Breazeale guests World War D, the Korean 3-I New 71 Impala Coupes 2 New 71 Chevy Wagons
George F. Flynn Sr. will regret High Springs. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade returned Conflict, or service after Jan-
to hear of the death of Sunday after 2 1/2 weeksin uary 31, 1955 who have suf-
Mr. Flynn's sister, Mrs.Merle Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Net- Canada attending the NLPGA fered a service connected loss
Murphy of Gainesville who died tles and Mr. and Mrs. Jack board meeting In Vancouver; or permanent loss of use of Hurry On Out For A Real GOOD DEAL!
Sunday. The funeral was Wed- McComb attended the monthly visiting friends in Wlnlpeg; and one or both hands or feet or
nesday afternoon In Gaines- board meeting and fish fry at sightseeing in the Canadian: permanent visual impairmentto

ville.Mr.. and Mrs. John D. Mus- the sburg Masonic Sunday.Home in St. Peter Rockies. allowance a prescribed formerly degree.was $1,600.The .. . .. .> .

sollne visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Brian M,T. Dixon, State Director of
Michael Drusa in Orlando over Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Registerof and family o f Savannah, Ga. Veterans Affairs, says the act
the weekend. Tallahassee spent Thursdayto will spend the weekend with also extends the benefit to any
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. person who Is on full-time active Look At These 1971 and 72 ChevroletAnd
Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Savage, H.A. Lawson and attended the H, Slade. duty in the Armed Forces
returning to their home In Lake Union County 50th anniversary.Local and Is suffering from one of the
Wales, from their summer Mrs. H.G. Bollinger spent mentioned disabilities, if the
home at Norwich Lake, Hunt- admittances to Brad- the weekend with her son-in- disability stems from service
ington. Mass were Sunday ford County Hospital this week law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. during the mentioned periods. Oldsmobile Trade Ins.
overnight guests of Mr. and Include: H.A. Waldron,Hospital Jan Douglas, in Tallahassee. The act requires the Vet.
Mrs. J.G. Caldwell. Mliley Griffls and Aaron J. They were Joined by Miss Mar- erans Administration to pro-
Crawford Lawtey; Mrs. Marie ilyn Bollinger of Samford University vide the necessary adaptive
Mrs. Grace Richardson of McAra and Mrs. Elizabeth equipment In addition to the
Largo and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Carlson, Keystone Heights; automobile allowance, and to 1971 Chev Monte Carlo CoupeFully 1970 Ford Mavrick 2-Door
Resnler of Plnellas Park were Mrs. Mildred Davis, Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. John Myers continue to repair and replace
weekend guests of Mrs. A.W. Mrs. Olive Gregory, Gainesville have as visitors, her mother, such adaptive devices on one
Anderson Sr. and also visited ; Mrs. Mary Bell!, Zane Mrs. Harry Brooks of Kansas car at a time for the eligible Equipped, Red With Black Vinyl Top
their sister and niece, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Mark E.:; Pad- City, Kas, and aunt, Mrs. person. 6 Standard, Radio and Heater, Real Clean
Olive Gregory who is In Brad- gett Mrs. Lizzie Bradley, Er- Dora Durschlag of Chicago, 111. Dixon said that applicationsfor 13,000 Miles
ford County Hospital after suf- nest Garrett Stacey Moseley, the vehicle may be secured
fering a stroke. Arriving this Mrs. Carrie Rhoden, Milton Mr. and Mrs.R.R.Turnlpseed from any office of the Vet.
weekend to visit their mother, Bell, and Mrs. Rum Reynolds, Jr. of Arcadia are Tuesday to erans Administration, Vet-I
Mrs. Gregory are Mrs. WillIam Starke., Thursday visitors of Dl". and eran County Service Office or I $3895 $1595
Jassmond of Malvarn;Pa. Mrs 1IJI. Adams:::. by writing him at P.O. Box I
and Albert Gregory. of Ches- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and 1437, St. Petersburg He warned
ter, Pa. family of Live Oak were Friday Rev. John Flynn will return however, that cars should not be
night supper guests of her parents today after ten days visit with purchased until authorized by 1970 Chev Impala Custom CoupeFully 1971 FORD PINTOJust
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich- Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Law- M.. mrentA. Mr. and Mrs. Eir- the V.A. "The Government
ardson were In Fort Pierceon BHS-Llve bert J. Flynn in WesMlle' cannot reimburse the veteran
business last Thursday and Oak son game.and attended the Grove, N.J. and son-in-law ana for a car already purchased, Equipped, Dark Green, Black Vinyl Top, 29,000 Like Brand New.
Friday. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. FrankJ. and the money cannot be paid Miles One Owner
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Cogdell, in Franklin, Mass direct to the veteran. It is paid ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland Schulman of Gainesville were only to the seller from whom
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Friday evening guests of Mr. Mrs. Nancy Gunter has returned the vehicle was purchased,"
Powers, in Lake City Monday.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanwix- after a month's visit Dixon said. $2995 $1995
May and son, John Ryan. with her son-in-law and
and Mrs. E.D. Tenly Sr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green attended Helnicke and family in South
Walters in Reldsville, Ga. a meeting of scientistsat Hadley Falls, Mass w nue mere 1970 Olds Delta 88 4DoorPower 1968 Olds 98 L.S. Sedan
Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. the University of Florida Mrs. Gunter was in the hospital ,

W.S. Haas underwent las week and heard an address for two weeks. Steering, Power Brakes and Air, 23,000 Miles: Loaded. 48,000 Miles, One Owner
by their son, Dr. Bill
minor surgery in the Alachua S, One Owner STEAL
last week. Green. They were Joined by Mrs. Don R. Thompson and 1
General Hospital their son-in-law and daugh- two children of San Diego,Calif
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis San- visited their great grand-
t I. Boy Scout troop 70 attended .. ..,. ,y 1 $1895
Allen ri r nf Starke. their son and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo +: $3195
annual Ross
the encamp
ment at Sliver Springs from daughter-in-law, Mr. and Champion last Wednesday to h ,' ..
Lex firoon. Friday.
Mrs. Jr. and fam-
to Sunday -
Friday evening
The by 14 their boys leader were Don accompanied ily Green of at Gainesville their 36th, and wedding Dr. Pvt. David Silcox of Fort 1969 Olds Delta 88, 4DoorPower 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY III

and Mrs. R. anniversary dinner at Art'sSteak Jackson, S.C. spent the week- 1' $
Hardenbrook. Dr.
House in Gainesville. end with his parents, Mr. and Steering Power Brakes and Air Just 4-Door
S. Mullins visited the groupon Vernon Turned Hardtop, Power Steering, Power BrakesandAir
Mrs. Silcox.
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Philip Vallenga, Mrs. Y"I..- 39,000 Miles One Owner Conditioned, Real Clean
Miss Linda Haas of the University M.A. Payne, Miss Madge Mid- The Methodist Women's Soc- .
of South Florida was dleton, Mrs. Fate Brown Mrs. iety Sunday School class hon- .i'r'1
home for the weekend. Clyde Sinclair, and Mrs. Fran- ored their teacher, Mrs. A.N. $2495 $1595
ces Hamilton were honored Holliday, and Miss Louise Stern
Hans Otto and sister Miss guests of Gamma Zeta chapterof at a birthday dinner in Jack-
Anna Marie Otto of Berlin, Alpha Delta Kappa sorority sonville Tuesday night.
Germany are visiting their Saturday at a luncheon meet- 1968 GTO COUPE
1968 Olds Delmont 88 4DoorPower
niece Mrs. D.W. Whlffen, and Ing and antique show in St. Mrs. S.W. Hamilton Mrs.
Dr. t4hlffen for five weeks.M. Augustine. S.A. Weldon, Mrs. JT Moore, TIIK; LONG FALL Space
Mrs. C.A Knight and Mrs. R. dyed cotton knit In shades of Steering, Power Brakes, Air, Good Solid V-8, 4 Speed, Bucket Seats, Radio & Heater,
Mrs. BUI Graham Among those from here attending P. McLendon of the Starke brown and pink stretches to
and Clean As New Never Been
On Low
Automobile Drag Strip Milage
were in Miami on businesslast the Union County 50th Club attended a DistrIct midl-lcngth in fashion's new
Four sweater dross The full
tour-luncheon in
week. celebration Satur-
day Anniversary afternoon were Mr. and Lake City last Thursday. length button front lets the
dress double a* n (coat ton
Mr. and Mrs. Terry L, Tou- Mrs. H.A. Lawson, Mrs. Her- B\. Juliano. $1495I
of Gainesville and Mr. and bert C. Rltch, Judge GeorgeL. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Williams
Mrs. Raymond Stanwix-May and Patten, Rep. Gene Shaw, of Savannah, Ga.visited Mr.nd

son Augustine.of Stark spent Sunday in St. and thews.Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Mat- weekend.Mrs. Mack Williams over the TILE BRADFORD 1966 Olds Delta 88, 4DoorPower 1970 GTO COUPELoaded

Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper
Steering, Power Brakes and Air, Brand New
have had as visitors Mrs. Published every Thursday and Like New, 29,000 Miles
Hardy Dean of Chiefland last at 138 W. Cell Street TiresC lean
Monday, Mrs. James Cooper SUrke, Florida 32091 ,
of Chiefland last Tuesday, and *
Mrs. Marvin Stewart and Mrs. Second class postage paid 5895 $3195STARKE
Ben Barron and family of
at SUrke. Florida

t rI'i1 t tt Gainesville Chief and on Mrs.Wednesday.Marvin Ranke In Subscription trade: area Rates$5.00 per: --w----

and family of Gulfport Miss.
were Friday to Monday guestsof year; t.7S six months. TJIII
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coo Outside trade areal $5.50per

t t per. year; 13.00 six monthsIoacoii

Thanks. Folks / i .

I Would Like To Thank The People Of Starke ,

Who And Efforts In My Be-
Gave Their Time

half In My Bid For City Council. I Enjoyed iO.OO Cash U, S. 301 North Phone 96 r5 0

t Seeing And Talking To So Many Of My Friends. t tt


Sincerely See Page 8

t Ernest Allen J Sooner or Later Your Favorite 4eaer"i

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Oct. 14. 1971 T...la.rani. I' -

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4 Arressted Chamber Bugged] By Bugs

Preview In
Bugged by love bugs, the In other action last Thursday salesmen are required to havea
Starke-Bradford Chamber of ,. the Chamber governors: city license. Salesmen taking -

(From POlio l 1)) j' Deer HuntThree Commerce last Thursday discussed and wondered the matter -Were for told US-301 that the at sign Callahan requested -- chandlse orders do! butnotleavingmer-not need a license.

tense like the Tornadoes.Two Bradford men end one eradicate If anything being done to has been put up by the -Appointed the new DuPont
other players.Mike Brtidy Heights men hare been the pesky flies. Department of Transportation. Company manager, Gordon llo-
and Richard Dosde also I arrested and charged wtlh Illegally Several Chamber governors The stgndlrects motorists down well to replace retiring Du
play offense as well as defense. hunting deer at night said they think something should US-301 to the Florida Turn Pont Manager Les Grogan on
in the Camp Blinding Fish Management be done to rid the state of the pike and 1-75.. the Chamber Board.Howell will
"We feel we must block Area. love bugs which they know are -Were told the Chamber serve out the unexplred term
Belles' linebackers if we are Irritating to them sticking to gained 15 new members last of Crogan.
to run on them."Tornado Coach Lunar Sanford 24. William car radiators and windshields. month and has 12 so far in
David flume <; : C. Loper 23, and Douglas Sullivan The Governors wondered also
says.TM .' Ii Iifr 17, all of Stark,. and whether the bugs might not October plus two renewals.
Tornadoes must also defend ,
against the passing of Ditto !? !t' W Glen Williamson 23. IQi. were hurt Florida' tourist t traffic. -Set nomination committee IheIO( !7iqu 5hl.

who Hue term. a "very it taken Sunday to night the,according Clay County to Florida Jail- The Florida Highway. Patrol to six name vacancies 12 candidates on the board.to fill
attributes accidents to
fine who Fish and Wildlife officers some Committee members are Maxis -
quarterback throws
I the bugs, said Chamber President
extremely...11." Detend1rc the Ii J.C. Hubner and Mack Cook. Bud Mlzell. Carter Jr. Buford Mitchell t .. ,f ,,1111
pass will put the Tornado secondary and Don HULDiscussed
i They were apprehended about When Chamber Manager John ,1ullllllllll
to the test Friday since 9:9sundry night In the tab the problem of
the safetyman Gray Flynn fastest Myers contacted the Florida ''
management area. One man State Chamber of Commerceto unlicensed peddlers operating
in the defensive backfield ,
man -
Williamson was riding on top see If anything Is being done, within the City of Starke. Citing -
is out. with a puncturedhand. of a 1966 Ford Falcon with he waa told the state chamber salesmen who distribute "Nothing make.one place
Firm's band was stepped '" an automatic Remington shotgun is aware of the problem. automobile parts from vans farther from another than
on in the Live Oak game and i The other three were in Bradford's chamber is not the the chamber noted that such a taxi meter."
18 stitches were required to the car* weaving slowly down a only one complaining about the
mend the hole. road trying to catch a deer bugs, Myers said S S B S B B B BB* S B S-B r P B B B B B B B K B B BI B I W|| HM HSJSISMS B B B B BBBJBlBIB|

Filling for Flynn will be Mark a rw w in tile car's headlights.officers followedthe The two The state chamber is pushing -
Patray Steve Strickland, or wildlife for the University; of Florida
road for
down the }
BillyBUham. ,..l more group than a mile then movedin Experiment Station to begin NEW HOMESON
'"Well have our hands full, and made the arrest. work on eradicating the
covering for Flynn" Hurse Boys scramble 'for purebred Angus calves which proved hard to catch and even more love bugs. Several state legis
out.Everybody. The four are charged"with lators have also proposed a
points difficult to drag to the p.n.Raiford
50.000 fund to OUR LOT OR YOURS
attempting to take deer at night provide means
else came out of to fight the bugs.
by use of gun and light, and
Oak in
the Live game good
shape except for several bruises. with poaaessslon of a gun in Former County Agent George We Specialize In
Firm Honored for a wildlife management during :
Nobody: else Is expectedto Hugglns told the Chamber he
miss the Bolles game Coach To Elect Aid to Colleges at closed$802 season.each on Bond the two was char-set thinks the Experiment Station
nurse says. will come up with acmelhlrw.My .
The Alpha Kappa Pai 0 Federal Housing
"I look forward eagerly to ges.The
Bolles because I feel the boys Officers Tuesday Foundation award for out- men will be arraigned 235
are going to redeem themselves standing service to collegesand Nov. 14 before Judge GrahamF. Neighbors Program
." Hurse says. universities was pre Hutchinson of Lake Geneva

''I still think we have a good Raiford residents will go to None of the elected city officials sented to the Western Elec- The shotgun and car were bbi F arnteJ8; Ho/ne
football team." the polls next Tuesday with a will receive pay. At Its tric Company at the 75th confiscated as evidence by the [ A m. nistrabonConventional
Coach Nurse has taken blame full slate of candidates from organization meeting the new Congress of American In- wildlife officers 9
for his Tornadoes not being which to select the newly Incorporated council will appoint a city clerkto dustry. u.
mentally up for the Live Oak town's first set of handle affairs of the town. .> Loans
game which they knew would officials under the new charter.

be tough. But the head Tornado Polls open at 7 a.m. and V.S. Should Protect Lake Dredging Case Dropped For QuaKty' Homes Call
thinks his team will be close at 7 p.m. In the Raiford
ready mentally and physically Community Center. Future Ocean Rights,

for Bolles. Competing for the office of Business Group Says (From Page 1))
Bolles downed Live Oak 21-0 mayor are Michael A. Dobbs
two weeks ago. The Jacksonville and Elmer II. Wallace. Mr. "Oceans: The New Fron- Crown Builders
team has also beaten Orange Dobbs is employed with Ace ]tier" Is the title of a new tend existing lands or Islands issue a permit subject to approval f"-,.
Park 33-0 Sandalwood of Enterprises and is also engaged booklet published by the Na located In the unincorporated of the Board of Trustees
Jacksonville 34-0 and Green In septic tank work. Mr. tional Association of Manu- area of any county bordering of the Internal Improvement "Recognize me lady? I'm 964-8337
Cover Spring. 260. Bolles' Wallace is an Insurance agent. on or in the navigable watersof Trust Fund who have your son James..the one
mark ta unblemished to date Council candidates are A. facturers.It the state as defined In paragraph the power to approve reject, you abandoned to 6nt grade
and Bulldogs will have the add- : tells the story of the thla .
R. Bruner, Willie W. Carter 253.12, by pumping or issue the permit.
ed incentive of playing their Lamar Green, Mrs. Okalee great importance of ocean re- sand, rock or earth from such
homecoming game this weekap1n.It Harris Mrs. Joyce Norman sources for the nation's waters, or by any other means
the Tornadoes. Leroy Raulerson, Willie Rogers future use and for national se shall make application In writ-
Starting lineup for Bradford awl Mrs.Myrtle Lee Sweat. curity. It also urges the rejec Ing to the board of county com-
this week missioners of the county wherein -
will be the same
Raiford residents voted recently tion of the proposed treaty
such construction la desiredfor
absence at
for Flynn's
except to Incorporate in orderto
the split end post and In the obtain cigarette and gas tax that would internationalizeocean a permit authorizing such r
defensive secondary.The money for needed civic Im- waters beyond 200 person, firm or corporation
meters in depth. to engage In such construction."
offense will have Charles provements.the
Wright at tight end,Wayne T..- The booklet was publishedby The law further provides mat
tone at wtdeout. Randy Cas- tackles will be Bobby Dyal the Natural Resources written application for the per-
klns and Vernon Barber at tac- and McClellan, and the middle- Management and Conservation mit shall be accompanied by a
kels, Gary .Mehrln and David guard Gary' Melvin. Linebackers Committee under the plan or drawing showing the rl' .
McCutchens; at guards, and will be V.morr.Barber on chairmanship of William proposed manner in which the S 4. 4 I'
Farelon McClellan at center. the strong side and Joey Bran I. Neumann executive vice construction ,will be accom- .
Eddie Ilasen will be the quar- son on (the weak side. Corner- Tractor pUshed and die area from which
president Caterpillar
terback. Malachl Henry' and backs will be Malachl Henry any fill material is to be dredged :
Bernard Brown the running and Bernard Brown and die Co., Peoria, Ill A copy If the proposed construction Is F ".
backs and Brad Carter the safeties will be Wayne Tes- may be obtained without Intended to be created from .
fullback. tone and one of the three players charge by writing to the such material. '"

Defensively, the ends will be mentioned above to fill In NAr.(. 277 Park Ave., New If plans meet approval of HARRY GREEN .
Gasklns Carter. for Flynn. York N.Y. 10017.
Wright and or the commissioners they may .' OWNERs .

FOOTBAU CONTEST School Food Buying Tightened

(From Page 1))

ter and make a determination school board
apparently accep- ,
50.00 Cash regarding the quality of food ted Supt. Casey's statement that w
being received. The board also he and his staff had met with
should enforce their policies cafeteria managers and worked ANN WHISENANT ;.
EVERY WEEK regarding purchasing in"accordance out practices to follow bid pro BOOKKEEPER
with bid awards. cedure.At .
'By examination of the tabu its Sept. 7 meeting the ,
See.Page 8 lations
regarding food not pur school board passed a motion
chased accordance with buyIng made by Board Member Charles
guides it la to be noted Sawyer to require bookkeepersin
M that in most cases the price each school to review all
actually paid was more than good Invoices for the past school

I in the Ms bid report.price" Tucker noted term to and the report Board any by overcharges Its t Oct. 5- HARRY GREENS AUTO PARTS RONNIE NORMAN

301 DRIVEINTHEATRE It was also brought out at meeting.No '
the Sept. 7 board meeting that lists of overcharges had
some foods received on bid been worked for the Oct. 5
were Inferior Board Member meeting however.up N. Tmpb. Aoon Fran Garden Rcsturant Phone 9644011 :;
STARKE. FLA. H.A. Lawson read the boarda Tucker also noted In his report -
TELEPHONE 964-7484 list of Ingredients in supposedly that under claim s for Fed- .'
pure pork sausage. eral school lunch reimbursements .
load as ingredients were: totaling $5,407 had been j
FRI.-SAT. OCTOBER 15-16 "Beef Hearts Beef Tripe, Pork made by cafeteria managers Saturday Morning October 16 -Only

Spleens Caps, Pork Snouts who failed to fill out reports
DOUBLE FEATURE Sodium Nitrate Sodium Ascor- correctly. Tucker said he has
bate. been notified of Education by the State that Department the- 8 TO 12 NOONDrinks ;

lh ntury-Foi At its Oct. 5 meeting the $5,407 will be paid the county.

GEORGE I C.:'SOO1'Tm; And Prizes

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MUFFLER For Passenger Car
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Armed Force News AboutOUR NEW BOOKSAt i Clay Hill Echoesgovernment Needs LeadersNew

SERVICEMENPvt The LibraryADULT :: Wtcrlill: t take a trip lnmem- down. I can see years. I had cut her hair short still get lots of letters from
jortes down the roads of longs nothing wrong with our country over 40 years ago and she Florida and sometimes tele- leader are urgently
; ago. I find signs that God still I have traveled over most still had the big long braids In phone calls. All make life so needed for Cub Scout: Pack 513
<<: is In heaven making! beauty; all states and lived In many. a box. Hal! We all lived on sweet and wonderful, the love whose present leaders are going
Michael L. Suber FICTION: One asks a sign from God, I have. found wonderful\ people farms near each other. In my heart new. I pray for out of office In "November after
Ralford Navy Ensign Warren E. Tussy Is Me Hastings)} Case and day by day I I find
of Lamnr H. Suber, of ; wherever lived. can no so many young people, soldiers two rears of service.
recently completed eight weeksof Spratt Jr., husband of the former History (Slegel}; Getting Off The sun arose In pearl In fault. God bless them every- So now at age 74 I look students, young mothers The pack's charter comet up
basic training at the U.S. Noreen A. Wallace of (Carpenter)}; The Hero's Great scarlet set. one, and I loved them. back down memory lane and for renewal In November, says
Army Training Center Armor, Route I, Crystal Lake, Starke, Great Great Great Great Grand Each night the stars appearedIn I am thinking of how well find so much to be thankfulfor. those In hospitals, many who present Pack Leader! Wayne
Fort Knox Ky. He Is a 1969 has successfully completed the son (Cuomo)); Llgny's Lake bright array, they received me as a teacherat So many times I have ask me to pray for them. Mundorff. and If new lead-
Basic Jet Training Course with (Courtier)) Ourselves ( )) Each morn the thirsting 30 So the days pass and my heart
graduate of Paxon High School: Strong ; grass Clay Hill. wait years prayed for God to guide and ers are not found Joy Nov. 15
Jacksonville. Training Squadron 4 at Forrest Sunday At Six (Corbett)i: Pen- with dow wij ;lit ago thatlstart.ed teaching thereon help me. Now, I can see how Is happy, thankful, lull of love. the charter will not be renewed -
Sherman Field, Pensacola NAS. The failed In har- :
tagon Searls> The Warsaw corn not a January morning. The He planned. Now each morn- .
Pfc. Ronald G. Gunter, son He accumulated over 25 hoursof Document Hall h ); The Condor vest, nor In vine children came running from the ing I rejoice In the sunrise washing with a solution 2 "Nearly" 100 boys from 8-10
of Mr. and Mrs. David Gunter Jet night time while perfecting Passes (Grau), loophole 1 (Mal- Yet he saw no sign. school buses and my heart and at night the stars speak quarts of water and I table- year of age will be left with
of Route 3, Starke, Is servingat air-to-air gunnery and car- Ing)); I.I11ersor innocence -Victor Starbuck turned over, for this was young of God and all Ills goodness. spoon of any detergent powder unfinished projects, sad faces,
rier landing techniques. (Creasey) Bent (Ash- Each Autumn I live Is the and I their I tried It and It really
the Marine Corps Base,Camp ; Copper America was teacher. Need we ask for signs of God and broken hearts because they
Pendleton. Calif. He Is a grad- ford)); Willy) Remembers most glorious. Each state has My heart overflowed with when all we need Is to look gets windows nice. are no longer scouts," says
uate of Bradford High School. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class (Faust}:>; Theirs Was The Kingdom so much to give and one can love and a prayer for God's about us? I especially lovebirds God bless you every onj, Mundorff.
Laurie R. Snow, husband of the (Delderfleld); The "NightOf see the hand of God everywhere. help. The years following were and most have all LOVE. LURA
former Sandra J. Alvarez, 602 The Party; (Conway: Many Each load of soy beans and corn so happy and fruitful and when moving southward. leri, I 4 f e
Alon Road, Starke, is a mem- Broken Hammers (Coving' ); going past gives me a feelingof I left six years later I had have the and I feed Picking the/ tiijnt retirement
October NamedAs aboard Attack Squadron 65 Bomb Run (Dunmore); Life, blessing and I want to say, learned to love the beauty; about them and talk to them, and spot .is important. For one Why it it the guy who want
the aircraft carrier Wonderful Life! (Morris)); A "Thank you God for our boun- and the people who I still hold they delight my heart. thing, it may be a good Idea 'to to tell you/ about hit. lemon of
Volunteer USS Independence which participated Fall Of Angels (Savage); The tiful harvest." As a nation we dear. One of my boys Is the Each day I have such fun move someplace/ where they art aufomobil. always has the/
Month In the NATA Strike Sea Change Of Angela Lewes, are not thankful enough for mortician at Orange Park, getting letters and writing them. don't know your/ nickname or make and model you/ just
Army Fleet Exercise Royal KnightIn A Novel (Seton); Anagrams, A our blessings and freedom.For and has Rlvermead Funeral how you/ earned the Eastern Atlantic. Novel (Slavltt); Absolute Zero all the beauty; around us. Too Home. God's finest young man.
(Tldymon); The Small Gods go many say over TV that our I left Ponca, Nebraska nine
Gov. cubln; Askew has designated Mr Barnum (Trell); Ellery country has faults and run our years ago, when' my good Don
October as Modern Queen's Annual Decoy In DIa- was taken home. I loved the
Volunteer Army Month In Flor- Forest Service monds (Gates}); The Labyrinth Court hills of Nebraska and can visIon -
ida declaring that "voluntary Makers (Price); One Across Appelule as I last saw his graveon TERWILLEGAR FORD
participation In maintaining Needs Itctlbuil Two Down (Rendell); Tregar- To Sit Here the hilltop with Its withering -
national defense Is an honorableand on's Daughter (Brant). flowers tossed by the west
necessary professlon.- Dogwood SeedThe Starting OcL 26 wind. Wonderful town and won-
derful people I love.
Sgt. Wayne Glenn, local Army ADULT NONFICTIONKnow : My son's wife !Rachel took
representative, points out that Florida Division of For- Your Illness (Graham- The First District Court of me on a trip south In this
32 different volunteer optionsare estry Is Interested In securing Bonnalle):; Making Wildlife Appeal with Jurisdiction over state one day a weak\ or so ago. See The 1972 Ford
available to prospective seed from Eastern Redbud and Movies (Parsons); Come Back 37 North Florida Counties will Back to the town near whereI
enlistees In the Modern Volun- Flowering Dogwood trees for To The Farm (Stuart); "Here, start a three-day term In the was born and graduated from
teer Army. planting in their nurseries. Mr. Splltfoot;" An Informal Exploration Bradford County; courthouse high school. Then to the old
"The Army now Issues writ- According to District Fores- Into Modern Occult- Tuesday morning, Oct. 26. farm where I was reared and On
ten guarantees that leave no ter A.G. McCullers Jr., seed Ism (Somerlott>, The World Presiding over the court, the house still stands that my Display Now.
d.ns't. t weanling assignmentin from these species Is neededIn Of Sound Alters); Homo Life: which Is headquartered In Tallahassee father and two brothers so lovingly -
the States or overseas, and order to Increase the availability A Story Of Old Age (Raglno- will be Chief Judge built. A large two story /
available training," Sgt. Glenn ; of ornamental species wltz); Gems For The Taking Sam Spector, sitting with Judges house with five bedrooms anda
says. during the 1971-72 season. (Brown)}; .Careers For WomenIn Dewey M. Johnson and John parlor for young people to
"Anyone having trees witha Uniform Qlelman): The New S. Rawls. entertain their friends. All was
The Army representative Selective may good crop of seed is askedto Testament Of Our Lord And The court will hear oral argu- In good condition, but the fences -
the local
be contacted at -
Service Board on Tuesdaysand contact the Division of For- Savior Jesus Christ: Einstein ments In appeals from criminaland were all gone. One man Save Hundreds Of
Thursdays from 9:30: a.m. estry by calling 376-7566, Einstein (Clarke); The EnvIr- civil proceedings that were had bought up acres and a-
Gainesville, he said. onmental Destruction of South conducted In the*court of cres of land. On to see old
to i'p.m., or on Moneys: and The trees will be examined Florida (McCluney); Wright On! neighbors still living, althoughboth
Wednesdays at the Macclennypost by a forester determine their (Wright)); The School: Prayer neighboring counties, Including past 80. Little town whereI Dollars Now On
office from 11 to 1 p.m. quality; as a parent tree before Decisions From Court Policy Johns Duval,, and Volusla, Alachua, St. first went to high school.
the seeds are collected. The To Local Practice (Dolbeare), Marlon. Up hill and down slopes to a
District Forester advises that Preparing Your Child For Among the cases to be heardIs little town where I got a train
the Old due to a shortage of seed pro- Reading (Tinker)); The Men- an appeal from a Duval County to take me to college in 1915.
1 curement funds, all seeds collected strual Cycle (Kuipers>, Over- t; Circuit Court judgementIn To a school house where I New 1971 Fords
will have to be donatedby coming Drugs (Lourla) Mi the amount of$195,200 in an taught school !In 1925. There In
the owner. : The Evolution Of A action at law for damages resulting the school yard we ate our
Common Disorder(Sacks));}Help from the death of the picnic lunch Whoopee! Fun,
Without Psychoanalysis (Fen- plaintiffs husband In a car- such fun as my sister and
sterhelm) The Bride's Book train collision. girl were along, and granddaughter
Of Showers(Hopkins) Introduction April and baby Brady.
; The appellate courts holds at
FOR While
To Treasure Hunting least one session each year In Saw later my brother's widow They Last
abound all for a specific (Smith)); The American Heritage every circuit within the district and an ailing brother. We were
"Good judgment conies clientele, wrens, bluebirds or Guide To Archaeology when appeals cases arising In home before dark, a happy trip
front experience and experience purple marlins. Isn't some (Bray); This Fabulous Century such circuits are ready to be down memory lane. One old
come from poor judge sort of violation of the fair (Time-Life Books); Ethel. (David heard. friend I stopped to see and
men." housing laws involved here? ). had not seen her In many

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State 4-H President City To Review


!H1 Vehicle PolicyCity
Honored At DinnerA or Business

employees tome of Oils Wiggins were appointedto
I IGeorge whom are permitted to drive meet with the heads of all
dinner to recognize and Prevatt Is the first state 4- Miss Sand Morgan of the 4- city trucks home "know what's city departments and work out
honor Bradford's' newly elect- II/ president from Bradford H council recognized Mrs.Betty coming If they don't stop abulIng" new policies in regard to the DirectoryAuto

ed State 4-H President Walter County.; In addition to representing Edwards Mrs. Minnie Redding the privilege, City; Councilmen use of city vehicles by employees -
Prevatt highlighted National 4- 4-H all over the statein Lucille Godwin and Mr. said Tuesday night In keeping them at their
H/ Week in Bradford County.A 1971-72 he will attend National Marvin Mrs. Mlllhln for their work reviewing the Issuo at the request homes.
of Natural Gas
4-H Appreciation: Awards 4-H Congress In Chicago as 4-H Leaders during the past I Depart- Sales and Service
for In November. Prevatt will ment Superintendent Bob Patterson Councilman Jimmy McRae
load outstanding iiimembers
re and also have a direct: responsibility year.Mr. Dave Shuford, Chairmanof said "If they don't stop these -Parrish
was also part of the ; In the Bradford 4-H pro- the Bradford County Commissioners abuses the Council will haveto MotorsSALES
program at the Holiday Inn here gram. Patterson asked for a clarification take action."
last Thursday night. Prevatt said at the awards presented 4-H of policy as to whether
The many accomplishments of dinner he is "definitely grateful Congress participation certificates or not city employees are Noegel said he had seen police SERVICE
the recent high school to my parents for the 'rais to Walter Prevatt, Kelly I permitted to drive city trucks cars "almost to Gainesville PARTS VOLVO
mar County Agont G.T. lIug- ing' I've had." He also credited Richards Carole McKinney home when they live outside and around KIngsley Lake"
gins who drew the honor of County Agent Bobby Taylor Dennis Rhoden and Mike Reed. city; limits. lie said he realized and he didn't know what official
citing: the new president of the who has been his 4-11 advisor He also recognized Mike for -- there had been some abuses business they could have Always Good'Used Care
Florida 4-11 Council. Muggins with contributing to his ac- winning the State Veterinary Bradford's first of the use of such vehiclesby outside the city limits." Ml Laura St. Ph. 3M-MS4
Huggins congratulate state) 4-H'
presented President Prevatt complishments. Science HmonatradenContest. employees in all city departments -
with a certificate of state hon- Muster of Ceremonies. Lee president Walter Prcvatt. but that In his o- Clerk Merrill Edwards point-
ors in the National 4-H Sparks, presented a certificate President J.M. Edwards Jr. pinion the gas department wasa ed out that at the present time ELECTRIC MOTORS
Achievement Program. of Meritorious Service to Hug- presented the Farm Bureau Achievement little different In that Its no logs are turned In on the
His first memory of Walter gins and a set of 4-H cufflinks Awards to Sallye Local HomeEconomist New Burning employees sometimes had to use of vehicles while on official PEAVY Brother.
Huggins said is as a baby when to Prevatt for their contributions Meng and Larry Oglesby.Mr. Regulations answer emergency calls at all business. He said that
the recent high school to 4-H. These were Bill Harrod. representing hours. He said if his men were logs would be useful in keeping Electric Co.
graduate was In his mother's presented on behalf of the Brad- Commissioner of Agriculture Now in EffectThe required to park vehicles at track of such uses. ,

arms. Walter first enrolled In ford 4-H Council and the two Doyle Conner, presentedthe At the city parking lot there wouldbe Electric Motors
the 4-H program in 1963 and hundred 4-H members in Bradford Department of Agriculture Meeting Florida Division of For- some delay in answering *
had one cow as a project. In County.; Awards to Zack Edwards and estry is now granting per- emergency calls that could be Sold Serviced Repaired!
1971 Prevatt has a herd of Vickie Sue Anderson. mission to any Indlvudual Inter of a serious nature in the gas With greens fees being what Generators Staters Armature
25 cattle and "his projects The top 4-H Award that a Miss Martha Sue McCain, ested In burning for agricultural operation. they are, golf is the only Rewinding\ .
total 87 acres and 56 yearsIf Kecognlzlng the Importanceof County can give to a 4-H member Bradford home economist Is sllvlcultural and land sport where there Is no such 4041 Lenox Jax 387-2328
projected one at a time," sponsors and donors to the Is the Florida 4-H Key A- In Miami this week as chair- clearing purposes In Bradford- Councilmen Billy Noegel and thing as a cheap shot.
the former county agent said. 4-H program council member ward. This award was presented man of the National Exhibits Union Counties Agricultural
Prevatt has held all local Dennis Khoden presented cer-: to Lee Sparks and Kelly Committee for the 3rd annual fires are those concerned with -------"- -----------------
4-11 offices and has stood out tificates to Mr. Jlmmle Peekof Richards by Mr. Grant God- meeting of the National Association crop production. Sllvlcultural
In 4-H achievement, Muggins the Florida Bank atStarke, win. Associate State 4-11 Club of Extension Home fires are those related to for- YAMAHA PIANOS
added. Mr. Bill Epps of the Community Agent. Mr. Godwin emphasizedthe Economists. estry and wildlife operations I T BIG CONN and KIMBALL
lie won state honors In the ; State Bank of Star he, achievements of Kelly and Miss McCain left Starke last Land clearing fores are those
National 4-H Achievement Program Mr. George Brown of Brown's Lee and discussed briefly the Thursday for Miami Beach In related to clearing for construction J JI
winning one of the top Refrigeration and to Mr. John 4-fold training of 4-H that order to arrive before the ex- purposes.
eight awards given at the state Myers for the Starke Bradford leads to leadership, citizenship, hibitors. Some 1,300 extension
level. County; Chamber of Commerce.: and personal development. home economics agents from Permission for burning will
all 50 states Puerto Rico and be granted by the Division of
the Virgin islands convergedon Forestry only If atmosphereand
1,000 To Attend SeptemberR8infa1l Miami Beach for the meet- weather conditions are fav-
orable to proper smoke disper-
Fuqua Bur B-Q Ing.The meeting is designed to sion. An Indlvudual Interestedin

At Tallahassee role help as home educational economists facilitatorsby in their sion burning from must the Division obtain permis-of Forestry City Fish & Meat KIM AU.ORGANS"SWIN
increasing their motivation
prior to burning.
More than 1,000 persons, including Below Avg. to participate In selfdevelopment Roosevelt :Mall-388 351.
those from Bradford and by Improving their Permission for burning will Market ""*"
County; are expected to attenda A total average of 2.76 Inches ability to work with other people be granted by the Division of WESTERN STORE

barbecue today Oct. 14, near of rain fell\ on Bradford particularly volunteers. Forestry for burning betweenthe 607 .
E. Brownl. St. Ph. 964-8077
The home
Miss McCain
Tallahassee honoring Congressman rained says. hurs of 9 Standard
County; In the two day a.m.
economists will also be encouraged LITTLE DUDE
Don Fuqua as he enters last Saturday and Sunday, during -
his tenth year of service the period from October to view social change Time and one hour before sun- EARNEST W. ALLEN, OWNER
in Congress. more objectively and to adjust down only. Permission night Western Store

Delegations are expected to 110.The two days of rain greatly their cordingly.educational programs ac- burning if atmospheric may be and granted weather con-only TENDERIZED HAMS ((54 or whole) .49c lb.

exceed the 50-year average for Educational Fa- dltons permit. Fires Ignited .79c lb. /Western Clothing s. Leather
attend from 23 counties In Fuqua's October of .73 Inches. It Just t "Our Role As CENTER SLICES
district. cilitators" Is the theme for during daylight hours must be goods. Suddtei! and TrallesCharies
.39c lb.
about 1971! to the PICNIC'S
brings SMOKED
& Sharon Petty
for the the week-long meeting. Dr. JoeN. out by the one hour before sun-
The barbecue Is scheduled to 50-year average yearto Busby, dean for Extension down deadline unless permis- !002) 8. Edcewood 384.1210
date of 58.48 Inches, according -
start at 5 p.m. at Rlchwood to the SIi-100 head- and Continuing Education with sion Is granted for night burn- CHUCK ROAST AND STEAK .69c lb.
Farms, about 3 1/2 miles east the University of Florida wel- ing.
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of Tallahassee on U.S. 90. U.S. quarters of Department comed the groups to the Miami SHOULDER ROAST AND ROUND .89c lb. FURNITURE
Mitt Lillian Stumpwas Senator Lawton Chiles will of Forestry.To meeting.The Permission by phone will be .59c lb.
date this a total of FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER
Extension granted by the Division of Forestry -
master of ceremonies Cooperative
given special recognition serve as 53.48 Inches of rain have fall
during" favorable weather RIB STEAKS AND ROAST ..89clb.BRISKET .
Frl.oy for for the program which will Include en In Bradford just five Inches Service provides educa- Furniture Discount
conditions. written
However a
number ofFuqua's tional information on agricul-
remarks by a
her work for the American short of the usual amount.
permit will be
required duringa
friends State govern- ture, home economics and related -
1.7 Inches of rain fell Saturday .49c Ib.
Cancer Society. ment and Congress. subjects to the citizens: "No-Burlng Ban" called for STEW Living ,R Oct. 9. The Santa Fe
e e e tower,led by recording 2.0 Inches of Bradford County.; The extension the Governor during extreme ALL-MEAT STEW .79c lb. Room
Is funded fire weather situations.Contactthe r
Good news Is all right but A 'that'- the New )River tower recorded the Division of Forestry at RIB STEWCOUNTRY .59c lb. BedroumWIIOLESACE, ,
Joint cooperationof
I predicts through
wIve ire advised not to Rive pessimist 1.9 Inches, and the Louis 4.w
; hair the University 496-4321 for permission In SMOKED SAUSAGE .79c lb.
long will ,
when suddenly go out county governments
a lot of It to husband Hill tower at Lawtey had 1.2
thpy come home. It's bound to of style and every drain in Inches. Sunday, Oct. 10, the ; of Florida, and the U.S. permission Union County In; Bradford and 964-5436 County.for SMOKED BACON (by the slab) .39c lb. PRICES
the will be ;
country pluggedup Department Agriculture
stir that led with
deep suspicion you at the same time. Santa Fe tower again 648 Caant t Block from 1-H
are concealing something. 1.7 Inches, the New River tower
ENVELOPES.q.Iael. ) FRESH TURNIPS AND MUSTARD GREENS .40c A Birch I Jacksonville, Fla. 389.1741.a
reported .7 Inches and tins CLASP
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." ., < "*-tf' I ," "' 1. ."" .. Louis Hill tower .6 Inches. 5 Draw ..- Bradford County: : Tale'
',' .*::1i.J I t JlllJIIII_ I' Three forest fires were reported "'.11".

''' ;)\, I during the 10 day period ..-.. ---- ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ---- ...-.. ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ..-.. ---- ---- ...-..
:>J "Isn't it fun which burned a total of 5.1 . . . ---
Inches. Two of the fires were Terms
set, according to the Forest
( to romp on a cozy, : Service, and burned five acres. ,

from The a third burning blaze pulpwood was Ignited truck Wlllard Kittles, S3, of Law- : ; @(}:(\ ''E

\ warm floor? and burned Just one-tenth of fey Ing, a was weapon found after guilty; conviction of carry- ,SPRING AIRSleep, bV

an acre. as a felon and was sentencedby SUPPORTER.
Circuit Judge George L.
Patten last Friday to 11 months
Paved Roads; and 27 days In the Bradford 1 .
County; Jail.Kittles .
had been arrested last
To Get NewMarkings August 28 in Starke by city;
policeman Willie Searcy for
carrying a loaded revolver.

,lot Two 16-year-old Bradford
County; youths DeWitt C. Pad-

Florida motorists will be a- gett and Freddy; R. Rhoden,
4 mong the first In the nation pled guilty; to charges of lar-
to see a new marking systemon ceny of an automobile and were
h i all two lane highways within placed under probation for a
the state. term of four years.
Yellow, a color previously I- They had been charged with
dentified with no passing zones the theft of a car belongingto
will be used on the center Marie Forsyth on or about "nury N.uN.r M"W/"W M.SleepituponlheeumptuousnewSpring.
line marking for all\ two lane August 19 from the Bradford -
.. two-way roads. Florida Department High School area. They were :
of Transportation arrested In Gainesville while
.r striping crews already are attempting to sell a tire from i
M f painting the new markings on the car. Air Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of choice
y secondary road,on which some Two Georgia men, Jack n. foam over exclusive Karr innersprings your
counties assume maintenance Pyles and Louie D. llulsey cradle you to sleep. Covered with luxur
t October 1. who pledgullty; forgery, were ious gold Damask Puff-Qwlted to foam twin or f full size

I" : The new yellow skip-line cen- sentenced to eight years in and Health Center construction pro 8995 innerspring or foam rubber
ter marking will appear on prison by Judge Patten. vides extra support where you need it
er 15,700 miles of state-main- Pyles, 46, of Adatrsville, Ga., most. mattress or box spring

+ tained Florida roads Including and llulsey 30, of Rockmart e regular or extra firm
secondary roads. were convicted on charges of Available In queen and king mas.
The change In the conventionalwhite forging checks in the name of
(" give your family a center line marking was Dave Paulk, and of cashingthe
A NEW SPACE AGE BOX SPRING Only this box spring is. .
..' healthier happier warmer recommended by the American checks at Ellington's let
Association of State Highway: & Gulf Service on W. Madison .
: .
home with a beautiful, new Officials and the Federal High Street last August 1//. r.r!).' ,', ''\ :. .. ":'.::. :: '".:: '.: :.. .: 1 ALL FOAM and extra, firm to support vary square inch of your ,
way Administration In the On a second count, llulsey J.jxr.. .:r'r. ..,. '.. .' : .' mallress'! No noise, no iqueaky springs, no sway I 3

9 Manual on Uniform Traffic Con- was found guilty; of cashing a J/ ,A ::; s :. .. :.::.'O. .' : 2 Hard wood, heavy duty base for long years satisfactory sarvlc. ::
51EliiLEFIOIL 1 trol Devices. Other states are forged check at Dot's Tavernon : '
expected to follow Florida's the same day and was sen- Y\\,/.'.... ;:' ,:': > .'. ,.' :. .',.. ., : '. 3 Multi-quilted cover for ,lasting' beauty and luxurious bedroom look ,:
HOME HEATER lead In re-marking two lane tenced to eight years In prison ) > ,. ,+. : "'- __ __---:-- silent strength, no wearing out on edges. ::,
roads. to be served concurrent ti ..
Primary reason for the new ly. The special density EXTRA FIRM CLIMAFOAM Is wonderfully :

81St:(;1._.. Ito Uw INK.. built in II ...... "1o&0 I11 end a. marking system Is to educate resilient, odor free, mold and mildew resistant and It will!)retain In shape. .:

clueive Inner H_t Tube Nat (lv you u.. comfort motorists always to keep the .can&.na M ppw"MM, .""
mlncle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. Came In end yellow marking the left of f Arrlf..1; A1.14.Wa
MIl for a drnnomtntlan and.we how IhJe new the vehicle. My Neighbors [oIIJII lr ,, ; : flORIDA. PENNSYLVANIA. GEORG1A TEXAS

8wkr will |wy" far Itnlf with Solid yellow lines will con-
the fuel It OIl"". tinue to Indicate no passing
sections on two lane roads. A

double solid yellow line prohibits ) ,
vehicles traveling In either O- ..
"It's A Fact You Can direction from passing. tw; J ,

A solid yellow line In one lane 4JV ...'.
Do Better At" indicates vehicles In that lane ir"M ...
may not pass. ..".
In addition to tho Increased
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find economic fringe ben- ""...
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COMPANY than white and Florida DOT ?**: 1 -
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434. W. Call SI. Phone 9M-KA27 Ufespan of the yellow "No Riot really-jt/ : t our VSI St. atasts, Thdd.
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manpower 30-40 ]percent required In materials to repaint and our sing checks.what artwork" to use on . . i

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Awards Urges Birch Society Nixon Community News

To Cancel TripThe

John Birch Society has By' EUahcth: Given; Walker

launched a nationwide campaign
urging President Nixon to can. I a GIRL SCOUT NEWS Sunday School at 9:45. Morn- cream. The Senior class will be
eel his plans to visit Red China. Girl Scout 626 holds its regular Ing service at 10:45.: Evening selling hot dogs and fish. Sun-
e I meetings each Monday service at 7:00: p.m. day Is regular pastoral day.
t The plea appears In he( form I afternoon at :5 I p.m. In Room Sunday School at 9.30: Morning
of a four-page letter headed tel. D-4 at HJE School. All girls Greater Bethlehem Free Will service at 11:00: ; League at 4
"Please, Mr. President Do not Interested In Joining are Invitedto Baptist Church Rev. Jasper p.m. Evening service at 6 p.m.
go!" Each letter has space contact 964-6731 or 964- Williams Pastor Service schedule -
for five signatures, and Paul 6683 for information as follows: Monday night Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.Church .
I. Meng, local chapter leaderof Choir No. 1 holds rehearsal Rev. C.E.Jenkins. Pas-
the Society, says that mem- SCHOOL NEWS Tuesday night Choir No. 3 tor service schedule. Services
nalamn4r.INlutplliM bers and friends of the conservative Basic Adult classes are and Ushers Board No. 2 will will begin with Sunday Schoolat

M anti Communist .. .. being offered in the Countyfor meet. 10 a.m. Morning service at
-- --- Wednesday night Prayer -
group, are asked to get the the benefit of all adults Il. The Choir Union will be
letters signed and sent directly Dr. Wm. Green Interested in gain- Ladles Meeting.Circle Thursday night the held at 3 p.m. Evening ser-
to the White House. Nearly two ing a diploma or training for a will meet at the vice at 6 p.m. All membersare
1 h t home of Sister Clarence Cov-
million copies are already In Addresses better Job. The opportunity; Is Ington. Story !Hour at the churchThursday asked to please cooperate
circulation Meng said with these services.
available to everyone.
Science Group I\ rht. Friday I night
"We are convinced that a the Prayer Band will meet at NAACP
...a visit by our President to the Dr. William H. Green, son of CHURCH Ebenezer NEWS BaptletClturchl1ev. the home of sister Rebacca There will be a meeting of
murderous criminals who con- Allen. The Junior Choir
of a trol mainland China would be Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green of i Leroy Davis, pastor scheduleas rehearse at the the Bradford-Union NAACP
U&MJ& Improvement Award was c radlne Ua-er Shop church Friday
on north ouXBradf0rd Starke addressed the 24th an- following: Bible class October 19 at !New HcUiel Baptist -
disastrous for all freedomloving night Saturday dinners will be
Rembert nual Gaseous Electronics Con- Prayer Church at 8 p.m. All members
I arrane accepts award the chapter leader each Monday night. sold from the TheJunlor
from BIP Committee Chairman Marc Jackson people terence and Third Arc Sympo- kitchen. and Interested citizensare
Sf Chamber Executive John Myers looks said "It would mean betrayal meeting each Thursday night. Choir will be Ice
.gift shop and has done some landscaping. on. Carradlne has paved the parking area of of our anti-Communist allies in Union slum on October 7 at the Reitz selling Invited to attend.

Asia, as well as abandonmentof auditorium. University n. .C'.r ;,: :>> :v7>:fv''r'r: t
millions of Chinese who are Florida. NEW CORPORATION --- --, - -
Dr. Green's subjectwas"La- j -- - -
h h, '} suffering under one of the most ser Excited Vibrational Energy CHARTERED HERE
I "
despotic tyrannies; In history Transfer Studies of Hydrogen Secretary of State Richard
1,1i Fluoride." tie has done extensive ;Stone has announced the chartering FOOTBALL CONTEST
The "protest letter" cites a
of the following local
i I 'tr number of other reasons why research of this subject corporation: Barrett Concrete ,,,.,.,,..ro
at the U.S. Naval Research \
I i the visit would be unwise hire in Laboratories In Washington D. 'Products, Inc., 820 S. CherrySt. ,"t""" '1 1ff
the opinion of the Society. c. .. Starke; authorized stock, aTtss,
letter states that the U.S. is aate'
1,000) shares @ $10; dealing in
still technically at war In Korea construction etc. Incorporators -
and Red China, that Red Chi-
: Johnny Lee Barrett, La-
nese arms and equipment still Are You Vonda E. Barrett, and WeldonP.
fuel North Vietnam's war effort Bartlett, all of Starke. Filed EVERY WEEK
; that Red Chinese propa- Sept. 28, 1971 by Elsie S. San-
ganda and direction support revolutionary SufferingFrom ders, attorney Starke.It .
l activities in this
i Ml country and around the world, ::.;i: ;m-s See Page 8
and that Red China Is the leadIng tt now fail\tonat/ to dec-
wt qMf producer and exporter of oral the home with funk,-at-&
heroin and opium. though this. .is nothing new, if
Doctoriiis? junk .it to bt defined a* antiques -
Z- Mr. Meng said that the cam- from hit side of tin
1" ; paign Is meeting with a good family.

--"-"-'----- ......-.- --+s.aa-.r.-.c, i ._,,,,,,,. response in Bradford County.; By Russell Kay
He also said that copies of the They call It "Doctoritis" and
Paul Faulkner operator of Faulkner's Gulf Service Station adjacent to the Holiday letter are available upon request It is estimated to be killing
Inn on North Temple Avenue In Starke Is a September recipient of a Bradford improve- by writing to him at several thousand people a
ment Award for erecting a new car wash establishment. Hampton Fla. 32044, or they year. It isn't a new disease, rtcarterPaints
BIP Committee Chairman Marc Jackson presents the award as Chamber Executive can be obtained at the office but a condition that exists [ ) )[
John Myers looks on. of Dr. A.J. Barry on E. Call throughout the country. It is
Street, or at Derrick. Inc. another term for the Inability; .r
--- Builders Supply and Devrlck to obtain the services of a Is
Auto Supply, also on E, Call docotr when needed.A and

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home i-' Street In Starke. Indicates study that by the America U.S. Senate should Decorative

r, IdJr- "There are too many people have 600,000 doctors. We have Products
} -= % who never write to Congress, fewer than half that number.
STARKE :; to the press, and especially to The old time country doctor
PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE ) \ the President. We feel that who made house calls driving THIS WEEK
:.. ;f1f this is a good opportunity for many miles by horse and bug-
'T) concerned Americans to exercise gy through sleet, rain, snow
-., /, their right to speak out and flood to serve his patients
scandal is a breeze on a major issue. And the cause is no more.
47.13176"A up by a couple of could not be more important," Few doctors today will make
PHONE windbag: Mr. Meng concluded. house calls. Manv of them makeno
calls over the weekend.Their
offices are closed from Fridayto
Monday. This practice, or
lack of It, has placed a tremendous dtld,

THURS. SAT. ONLY mergency burden service.on As hospital one hospital e-- b
; ,FRI., official states, "We have
simply become a substitute for r
the family doctor." To make :
It worse a large percentage of
these so-called emergenciesare

WALL TO BALLCAR1'IT result not from really hysterical emergencies parents but Jm m i BH

and others who rush to the hos-
pital with a cut finger, or
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specialist; a heart man, a nose
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A study by the Brooklngs
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due to the pressure of Medi-
3CompleleRooms ,,a care, Medicaid and the popu-
00 lation explosion, Americans
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Hall Based On one, is swiftly degenerating Into N Fast drying; easy soap & water cleanup.Regularly .
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all uation Indications Is that the sit- $6.89 Gal. or 2 for $13.18-Now Buy 2 and Save
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Reviewing the situation, the PAN & ROLLER Carpet Shampoo
Carnegie Commission America .
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sive While crisis.legislators" concern Ifi 10% -

uiemselves over the plight of 1 .
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INSTALLED they have lost sight of their @
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The Swetttst Stramberrle TM Side of Heaven

r Live Oak Downs BHSIn

-I It

c4A L Solid 21 l Victory

In a solid victoryon

,krTaye : Bradford Field

Friday night, Live ,

Oak's big Bulldogs

e handed the Tornadoes -

of Coach David

Hurse their first defeat -

of the 1971 foot-

ball season 21-7.

It took Live Oak less than six r,

e 1C minutes to score on a Tornado -
defense that had not alloweda
touchdown In Its first three

A games. The Bulldogs took the '
opening kick off and drove 63
yards In 12 plays to score .i y

with 6:43: left in the first per-

C A Iod.They added two more touch-

downs In the second and third

Which way to go, Malachi! Henry might have wondered on this end run on which periods.Hal fletcher Bulldog scored quarterback two TD's

turned Live Oak's left end and picked up 1 19 yards. himself on short sneaks and I r.

passed for the other to Kenny ;
Hanker son. Fletcher's passes A

were the big factors In two
Live Oak drives and a 19yardrun

JN HOMECOMING WIN up the by other Benjamin Williams set jr :1i:!

Bradford drive High when made Live a Oak determined :

kicked off to the Tornadoes

Tigers Roar 56-0 following score. But the It stalled first Bulldog on the LO quarterback Hal Fletcher slips off tockle and Into the used the sneak successfully all night long .

Live Oak four yard line Another endzone for the Bulldog's first TO. The LO signal callerthe
BUS drive early In the

second period stalled on the second period, BUS signal 19 yards around his left end and lost a half yard. had to punt. The kick was taken -
Live Oak 14, caller Eddie lIazen was forcedto to the LO 13 yard line. by BUS' Malachi Henry on
Over West NassauLake There was only 39 seconds go to the air to play cath- On second down flaxen passedto BUS called time out with 18 the BUS 35 and returned IS
left In the game when BUS up football. But until the clos- widoout Gray Flynn at the seconds left In the quarter and yards to mldfleld. BUS then
finally got on the Scoreboard. ing minutes Hazen's passes Live Oak goal. It went over Hazen conferred wIth Coach had Its second chance to tie
Running back Malachi Henry were Just off target. Flynn's head, but Live Oak David Hurse on the sideline.On the score at 7-7 and good field
took a screen pass from quar- fourth down Mipn. h.. MAiled position from which to work.
.. ...... ........ was called for a pass Inter-
Butler's Tigers smo- quarter scores; on a six-yard terback Eddie Hazen and ran Live Oak had to work for ference violation The Bull- to Flynn deep in the endzone Bernard Brown got six yards
thered the West Nassau Warriors plunge by Angelo Williams, a 36 yards for the score. its touchdowns, but when the dogs were penalized halfway on the right side, but It fell over Live Oak's tackles in two

Friday night In a 56-0 20-yard run by Hudson and a Outcome of the contest could going got tough for the Bull- to the goal and BUS had a first Incomplete tries. Then QB !Hazen passed
homecoming victory. 42-yard pass to Hudson from have been different had the dog running game, QB Flet- down at the LO six. Live Oak took over at Its over the middle to tight end
Green cher effectively went to the _. own 4-1/2 yard lino and Charles Wright for II yardsat
Lake Butler, now 3-1 for the Tornadoes had the punch to air. lie hit on but five of 11 Henry .hammered to the five punched out two first downs the first down at the, Live
season held the winless Warriors I put the pigskin across the goal posses for 82 yards but the then Carter got another yard out to the 36 before letcner Oak 32.Live.
In the third period Lake But- on their first drive In the opening -
.to Just one first down Coach David completions hurt the Torna- Oak was penalized IS
and 146 yards total offense ler added extra padding to their period, does each time. yards for holding on the play,
lead when David Campbell>> Nurse said. and Tornadoes handed a
tabbed Coach were
while the Tiger's ground out defense didn't Fletcher was by
The Tornado
blocked a punt and Williams ran first down at the Bulldog 17
381 yards total offense, 249 Hurse as the toughest passing
1"I' It back 52 yards for the score. play the game It did againstSt. yard line. BUS Henry got three
rushing and 132 passing. quarterback the Tornadoes will
.. Campbell scored Augustine the previous week,
a' N the points after face this season. JV Team To Host yards over right tackle. On
Bennie Boykins, who scoredthe on a pass from Green. coaches said Friday night. The Taking the opening kickoff, second down Hazen passed to
Live Oak line, one Tornado in the left flat and tire.
game's final two touch- the Henry
Live Oak opened on
The Tiger scored three timesIn lineman said about
was as
downs, led the Tigers with 91 ground. Running backs Tom- Palatka running back get eight: yardsto
the final
period Boykins "and
big as St. Augustine's a
Williams Tonight the Live Oak six yard line.
yards on the ground. Lake But- Randolph and Benjamin
scoring on runs of 27 and- 22 lot quicker
On down
ler's leading rusher for the ,a.. with hell from Fletcher first Henry again
yards and on a 32 yard pass "we must have gotten a little
The Live Oak
the ball.
season, Bennie ]Hudson, pickedup ..t: from Green to Hudson.STATISTICS. complacent said Defensive who ran the quarterback sneak got
74 for two touchdowns,pushIng Coach Mike Sexton. effectively all night, punchedout Bradford's JV football team Coach Henderson is the new line put on a hard rush and
his total season yardage to '.. Down two touchdowns after two first downs to the BUS under their new head coach head coach of the Baby Tornadoes lIen lost back: UII eight yards,
644 In four games. 36 yard line. Roland Henderson, will be look- filling In the space vacatedby flaxen went to the air on the
From there Randolph got for their second win In the departure of Coach John next two plays. Live Oak cor-
Lake Butler could producebut three but on second down Ing Allen ncrback David Shaw knocked
in the initial if W.N. LB Tornado four starts Thursday night as down an attempted screen)pass,
one score P'.f.f the defense rose to Palatka South hereat Coach Wayne McLeod is the
period with It coming on a : First downs 1 13 toss him for a yard loss with they face 1 new backfield coach replacing and llazen missed wl"; cout
43-vard Greento Yds R, 96 249 home. Wayne lestonc In the end "zone.
pass from Dale gained linebacker Vernon Barber and the Allen at his old post. McLeod
Is 7:00 at
Ronnie Mack.Stouten Howard Miss Cathy Langleywas Yds gained P, 50 132 cornerback Bernard Brown and Game time : Is no newcomer to Starke or On fourth down the, l-lve Oak

added the point after and the crowned Union High PC-PA-PI 4-10-2 7-13-2 the left side of the Tornado BUS Stadium. the game of football being the line broke through, as Ilazen
Tigers led 7-0 at the and of Homecoming Queen In Fumbles Lost 1 2 line making It tough. It left quarterback of the 1966 Tornado tried to pass and threw the,
I the first quarter. Fletcher facing a third down team which won the state hits quarterback for a 10 yard
holftim. ceremonies Fri.
with eight yards to go, an obvious Runners3rd championship. loss.
I day night In Lake Butler The number of football- Inju passing situation. Henderson says that he expects \With 1 five minutes left In the
Bv the half the Tigers had extended She Is the daughter of second neither I.lve Oak
ries period,
on synthetic turf indicate Fletcher's first pass wentto a real tough game from
their lead to comfortable Mr. and Mrs. George Lan wldeout In and nor Bradford (Ugh could move
i that there should be Berney McCray 1'alatka. "They are big
28-0 with three second a synthetic InPalatka
gley.RECREATION. the left flat. It was thrown strong as usual. They have two the football. With about three
I knee to go with it. over the head of BUS defender huge tackles and ends and runa minutes left In the game Flynn

Gray Flynn, and McRae ran blitzing type of defense. Our punted 37 yards to the Live
14 yards to the Tornado 20 fora lineman will have to be alert Oak 37 yard line for BUS LO's

first down. and pick up the blitz Randolph returned five yards,
I NEWSBANTAM I Again Live Oak running game "Palatka has a real strong but BHS committed a dead ball
was stopped by the Tornado Running/ Its wnn-lnvt recordto ground attack, running from the foul at the I.O 45 yard line.
defense, with tackle Farelon 9-3, the Bradford High strong I formation with off- The resulting 15 yard penaltypushed !;
McClellan breaking Into throw Country team placed third In tackle plays being their strong- the ball down to the
Williams fora the Palatka Invitational Satur- tornado 40, where I.he Oak
FLAG FOOTBALL so today. Today's games, Conversions: were tallied by two stocky yard power loss. On second day, defeating Lake Butler and est."They have a real fine had a first down and a good,
Thursday Oct. 7, produced a White, Jeff Norman and Ricky Clay High.Palatka quarterback
PLAY OPENERS SEE KOCII down LO wideout McCray got who passes well. opportunity!; to score.
DRUGS AND CONNER INS. total of 65 points, Norman behind the Tornado secondarybut South proved a poor stop their running game ho will Quarterback Hal Fletcher
BATTLE TO A00 TIE Conner Ins. finally got things Fletcher threw just Inches put our defensive backs to a wasted no time putting the pig-
host winning the meet with 1 a
KOCH DRUGS 18 for them In the second
GOODMAN'S DEFEATS working too long. High real test. They also have a real skin In the air with time running ,'
STARKE BUILDERS 13 half and put thirteen points on low of 30 points. Clay
STARKE BUILDERSIn who kick field out. I Fletcher lost five
On third down with 12 yardsto fine punter can
Koch Drugs was hot In the the board. Bill Lundy scored was! second with 45 points, '
the opening game of the Fletcher passed the goals consistently from 30 yards on the first nlnv as BHS
go, up while BHS was a close third
first half building an 18-0 both of Conner's touchdownson
1971 Bantam Football Pro- up mlddleguard Gary Melvin blew
Boys middle end David Shaw lie yards out.
lead when the first half end- of 33 and 20 with 1 53.I.ake .
runs yards,
gram Koch Drugs and Conner had of time to throw Against Palatka's strong run in on him.
planty distant
Insurance battled each other to ed, but then has to hold off and he also scored one conversion and the pass was good for fourth with 105 was points a while ning game, BIIS will employa On second down BUS put on
a -deadlock.. a determined Builders team. However, It was not 20 to the Tornado two multiple type defense In an a hard rush and Fletcher tosseda
yards failed to .
Clay High appear.Bradford's
Both teams had several scoring Greg Watkins put Koch's on enough and Goodman's Standard yard line before Malachi Henry attempt to contain the run, said soft screen \Wlllams who
opportunities driving to the Scoreboard the first time Oil took a 21-13 win and the the team captain Henderson. sped 34 yards to the BUS 11
Koch's had the ball on a 25 only undefeated team remain- made stop. Richard Fill led the Tornadoes -
their opponents goal line, but On first down the, Fletcher fifth overallin On offense the Tornadoes will yard line.
neither could ever cross the -yard run. Carl Hamm accounted Ing. sneaked Into the endzone Danny effort placing 1 time of come down from a mlltiple Again Fletcher lost three
goal line The clock ran out for two touchdowns on runs Robinson added the first the meet with a type; offense to a more basic yards on first down as he bob-
on Conner with the Insuranceteam of four and seven yards. SCHEDULE A 13:50 over the 21/4 mile course one. Bradford's Inept running bled the, ball but retained pos
The second half belonged ex- of his three point after kicks. Donnle Burch was eighth In
receive boost session. On second down he
on Koch's one yard line will a
Thurs Oct. 143:45 Build- game
exclusively to Starke Buildersas : Live Oak led 7-0 with 6:43: left 14:12.: Mark Hodges eleventhin
the side
the passed over right over
had taken return
Wade WInkler a pass Standard Oil 5 Thursday night -
ers vs
they finally got their offense ; p.m. In the first period. 14:49, Paul Parsons tweltn
from Jay Godwin and racedto Conner Ins vs Koch Drugs.Tues. : of fullback Tim Crewsto the head of defender Wayne
the five yard line before clicking. Builders closed Oct.19-3:45 Builders The Tornadoes got their first in 15:54: Larry Patterson the line-up. Testone to Hankerson for Live t
being downed. The defense of the gap to 18-6 when Jimmy vs Koch, Drugs :5 Stan- chance to run the pigskin at seventeenth In 15:20, Jimmy Crews Is back to full speed, Oak's second TL. It came with 1
Koch's then stopped Conner on Prevatt passed to Dean Johns dard Oil vs Conner; Ins.p.m their own 27 yard line after Cauley nineteenth 1 In 15:35: and said Henderson, after missingthe 54 seconds left In the half
two plays and the clock ended for a touchdown. BADCOCK FURNITURE Bernard Brown returned the Carl Hunslnger 23 at 16:19, first four games with 1 a and Robinson! added the point
Midway of the final period Live Oak kick off 17 yards.
the broken leg he received in the after.
game TILE
Prevatt touchdownon Behind a determined Tornado "All of our boys Inproved
picked up a 19-14 IN EXCITING Jamboree.The It was late in the third per-
GOODMAN'S STANDARD OIL 7 a six yard run. Prevatt MEN'S FLAG CONTESTThe line, back Bernard Brown, Brad their times over the Pal- Tornadoes will start the iod before Live Oak got mov-
then passed to Groves for the Carter, and MalachI Henry con- atka Course," said Coach
STARKE BUILDERS 0 two undefeated teams of same basic line-up this weekas ing again, taking over on the
Midway of the first half Lar- extra point and Builders trailed the Men's Recreation Flag tinually got short yardage George Loper "I'm very sat- in the past Offensively Steve Tornado 44 yards line after

ry White raced around end for Kochs only 13-18. Kochs then Football League met head on through the tough Bulldog defense Idled from that point. could Register will start at center; G ra) Flynn punted only 28 yards
and that
held on to the ball ran "We thought we
48 yards and the only touch- John McCutchlns, Greg Starling ) John
Wednesday Oct. 6, and quite simply from his 22. LO's Johnny -
we -
the clock out for the 18-13 win. beat Orange Park
down of tho game. White's pass a battle It was before Badcock: On the first three offensive have five of or Dennis Allen at guard; son returned the punt six yardsto
to Eddie Akridge was on the Brown didn't. They Ken Fuqua, Gary Wallace, or BUS
GOODMAN'S STANDARD 21 escaped with a 19-14 victory. plays got three yards back from last the 44.
mark for the extra point anda and Carter their runners Allen at tackle and Terry Hayes
CONNER Badcock: took a 6-0 lead in had two smashes of team which ; Fletcher threw to the
INS 13
7-0 lead. the early stages of the gameon four yards each to get the first year's seven man and Donald Loper at ends.In .
This similar to ground in front of his receiver -
was state champs.
Starke Builders made several game a John Watson to Ronnie BHS first down at the 39. A 15- were the backfield BUS will start
first down. On second downhe
the first of the day In on
scoring threats, but could Thomas for yard piling on penalty against Charlie Green at quarterback
pass good forty
that each team seemed claim "Orange Park was a distant tried to pass, but had to
never make anything materialize yards. Late In the first half LO put the ball across the Stewart Duncan and Ronnie Hall
Goodman's had little Palatka South and Instead and turned the play
a half. second to run
Into a score and went downto midfield at Halfback and either TommyHeddlsh
Watson connected with Woody stripe onto Bulldog ,
difficulty In moving the ball goes to show you ,Just how into a seven yard gain. Williams -
defeat 70.THURSDAY Crews at fullback.
Strickland ground at the 47. or
for a forty; yard pas*
South 1st"! tried the BITS middlebut
In the first half building up a strong Palatka
and 12.0 Henry got two Henderson said that the defensive -
a lead. --- ---- yards over BUS
21-0 October 23, the only two yards. On
lead. Saturday, got
OCT. 7 A right tackle Brown unit will of
few compose
minutes later Kitchen'sTUe added one,
be home facing down the BHS 35
Eddie Norman will fourth at
Akridge Ricky runners ,
The second scheduled gamesof enuberont BHS cneer.leader. and then Henry the same personnel.
Cole got on the Scoreboard when An went over tack
trlmeet.SaturdaY .
In sneaked for the first
and Mike each had these two teams Fletcher
Bantam League Bloodworth Next October
the were Willie Carol Tuesday night
Grlggs .
touchdowns for the winners. passed to Billy le again for eight yard the team travels to down and got three yards WU-
quite different from opening Belote the her Tornadoes 19, the JV will face Buchholzat
play covering fifty welcome
Akridge scored on a fifteen From the LO 36 Carter got Jacksonville to compete In the hams ran for eight yards and
day. Only seven points were yards. Crlggs then passed to the field for the Live home. Game time Is 7:00.:
will be
onto which
scored In two games Tuesday yard run, and Cole on a ten four yards, then Henry took a Lee' invitational Last year the two teams tied
as the defense took over. Not yard pass from Larry White. (See Page 10)) Oak game. pitch out from Hazen and went held on a course at Mayport. 6-6. (See Page 10)) rT

Ocr 14{ 1971 r u

f. )


Hurse : It's Hard To Stay 'Up' -i4i .\ _V

: .'.
"The thing we feared most He Is looking forward eagerly against Live Oak and "had an. As mentioned above, Charleswas .' : I
happened. I told the boys after to the Bolles game tomor- over all good ball game, named best offensive line

the St. Augustine came that row night In Jacksonville the Coach Sexton points out. man and he also received the ..
It'. hard to stay 'up* mentallybut BHS head coach says, because McClellan did an exceptionalJob best award for making best : .
that we would have to If he feels his players are going of stunting going throughthe tackle of the game. Farelon
we beat Live Oak" Coach David to redeem themselves Bulldog line, and running McClellan was named the best VV _
Hurie says assessing his Line Coaches Jerry Reese down the ball carrier from defensive lineman. Ili l ,

first 1971 football defeat In four and Mike Sexton echo Hurse's behind on the opposite side of Coaches also had praise for t ,
start this season. evaluation that the Tornadoes the field, the coach says. linebackers Vernon Barber and ___ __

"The simple fact Is that we main well, but not well Defensive end Charles Wright Joey Branson. Barber Is Improving .. ,
were not mentally prepared. to win against the hoppedup also had a good ball game with each game. He ''. V -
"I have to take full blame for Live Oak eleven. getting five tackles and three was credited with making seven fk
this." the veteran Big Red coachIBl.s BHS's biggest problem offensively assists. Wright played his position tackles against Live Oak and
adding: Is straight ahead blockIng well. Coach Sexton says. with being In on seven others. r s
'It'. my Job to get the boys says Coach Reese, Tornado Sometimes coaches are In Branson Is also doing a real h,
ready mentally as well as phy linemen do a good Job trap doubt about a player's performance good Job at line backer sine: 5 : I
sically." ping and the guards pull well. until they can see him being moved from middle guard
In assessing the loss to Live But the straight ahead line play In a movie. Coach Sexton says. Coach Reese says. He had six '
Oak Coach Hurse says his Tornadoes has proven dlfflcul for the smaller Such a case In the Live Oak tackles and three assists from ,,.:
didn't play well enoughto Tornado linemen trying to game was takle Bobby Dyal. his weak side linebacker spot "

win and that Live Oak played move out a man who has consistently Coaches thought his perfor- J''., ',",' ,
over Its head. The Bulldogs outweighed them by mance had left much to be desired -

didn't commit mistakes they 30 pounds per man. but after looking at the !
had made In their previous "We Just have to out quick Live Oak film Sunday they decided Neaoa And Actlvltlr

three games. people Reese adds That Is Dyal "overall did a pretty From ,
Came movies Hurse says, what Tornado linemen will be good Job." ( .
showed that Bradford players working on this week, getting \ .
had lot of
Dyal a plays com-
missed assignments In crucial quicker.End THE BEC < .
ing to Ms side Coach Sexton :
Charles Wright livingup : ,. ;
situations especially near the says, and "as a whole, I thoughthe r,.. ._ _. .. .
Bradford goal line. to his preseasonpraise from -' -- ----'--'-- --- >- -

"It hurt us badly" Hurse coaches, was named the offensive well.handled" his position pretty CENTERFrom Evading a Bulldog tackier. Bernard Brown returns LO kickoff 17 yards from his 10 yard line In the first period.

says, then added: "It killed us." lineman of the week Gary Melvin, though light for ..
"All In all, they did not run against Live Oak for his key
the Job at 165 pounds, has been
( Pogo 9))
Coaches Reese and
over us. nurse says pointIng blocking. doing "a pretty fair Job" at
to the 116 yards of rushingand Sexton both pointed out, however middle
guard, or nose man as
82 yards of passing the that Wright and other BHS coaches describe the mid- Larry Mercer for the extra Bill Belote hit Willie Grlggs,, ANDREWS DRUGS 6 zone and sped 61 yards for SCHEDULE
Bulldogs ammassed. But the players broke down In their dle man In the five man defensive point and the half ended with in the end zone with a five COMM. BANK 0 the winning touchdown. Monday Oct 18- 3:45: First
Big Red coach notes: assignments at crucial times. line. Melvin was Just the score 12-7 In favor of Bad- yard pass. Belote then passedto Andrews Drugs turned almost Federal v. K.F.C.; 5 jun.,
''When you're not mentally Wright threw a key blockon moved there two weeks rock. Mercer for the extra point definite defeat into victory when Both of these teams were Comm. Bank vs Andrews.
ready you Just aren't hungry. Malachi Henry's touchdownrun for the St. Augustine and Live ago The second half was strictly and Kitchen's took the lead late In the final period of play playing their second game of Wed., Oct. 20- 3:45: K.F.C.
When you're not hungry you off the screen pass In the Oak game. a defensive battle as both teams 14-12 and looked as though they Leonard Johnson picked off an the season and both had lost vs Andrews; 5 p.m., Comm.
Just can't get after people" closing seconds of the game. "He has the quickness we're could not muster a sustained had the game wrapped up. After enemy pass In Ms own end Its opener. Bank vs First Federal.

Hurse said the Live Oak coach Center Farelon McClellanwas looking for," says Coach Sex- drive until late In the game. exchanging the ball a few
said his team played by far singled out by Coach Reese ton of the tough nosed Brooker times Townsend Strickland Intercepted -
the best game of the season. for his steady offensive per- youth who lettered last yearas a Belote pass ran
Nobody In the BHS backfield formances. a sophomore offensive guard 3 Local WinnersIn It back 55 yards for the score.
or line played an outstandinggame Sophomore David Newham, and linebacker. Melvin made Watson then passed to Thomasfor
," Hurse adds. (the biggest! man of the squadat several big plays against Live Punt, Pass, the extra point and that RCJ1 \
Some Individual players 180 pounds, Is being groomedto Oak and Tornado coaches feel was the ball game as Badcockwon : cfSSS1U \\
Hurse explains can get themselves help out the light BUS guard he will continue to Improveas Kick CompetitionThree it, 19-14.
up for a game but every corps. Newham may see some he becomes more familiar The other game of the night f\ll
player is Influenced by his action at Bolles In relief of with the position.One saw Draw-Tlte win their first
teammates. "It's a tough thingto guards Gary Melvin and David disappointment to Coach Starke youngsters are of the season, downing the Rednecks f\\\\

get up every week." Sexton against Live Oak was winners In the zone competition 27-26. Dean Johns quarterbacklng \ S
But Hurse Is confident his McCutchena. Newham has the Inconsistent end play of of the Punt, Pass and Kick for Draw-Tlte. \

Tornadoes will get their feet looked good In practice the Brad Carter and Randy Gaskins. Contest In Jacksonville sponsored passed for four touchdowns
on the ground this week two In the first half to Mark
Casklns was shaken Terwlllegar Ford Motors
past two up
"I still think we have a good greatly. Coach weeks Reese improving in the SA game and didn't practice of Starke. Graudons, and In the second \ \
football team." points out half hit Graudons for another \10t\
lie also played In the final two days last week how- Local winners are Kenny and one to Charles Howell. \

few minutes of the Live Oak ever.One Clark, 8-year-old group; Leonard Harvey Smith threw two
Live Oak game and did a good Job pass disappointment to Coach Johnson, 9yearoldgrouP. touchdown passes and scoredone
Sexton against Live Oak was .
Wins 21-7. The Tornado defense Coach the Inconsistent end play of Zone competition winners will McRae In a also losing passed cause for Mike one RCA announces "' ,
Mike Sexton says did a pretty Brad Carter and Randy Gas- compete this Saturday. Oct. 16, touchdown hitting Lloyd Gilpin 'ZtaCt
good Job stopping the Live Oak .. Casklns was shaken up In district competition.
fifteen to
on a yard put
(From Page 9)) running game he Bulldogs in the SA game and dldn'tpractlce District winners will be fit- the score 2726. The try for '

rushed for only 116 yards In two days last week, how- ted for complete football unvorms !- the extra point was no good, 'DQdBZD'TIM /
Fletcher added two '
more on In
and will compete area
the game and got very littleof ever. and Draw-Tlte had the win. XL
another sneak for second QQ
a that In the second half the Usually Sexton says, one of competition In Miami during
first down at Bradford's 22. BUS defensive line coach points the two boys has been able to the halftime of a Miami Dol- KENTUCKY FRIED
Williams got loose for 19 Parents of district
perfom consistently when the phin game.
yards on a pitchout around his out."They did a good Job theydidn't other didn't, but neither could winners will be guests of Ford TAKE LEAD IN 100% Solid State
left end on second down and Motor Co. at Miami.
Friday though they had
fold, Sexton says of some SMALL FRY FOOTBALL '
handed Live Oak another firstat his defense. He points out that good performances. Gasklns There were six local winners K.F.C. narrowly escaped a AccuColor.Circuitry ;
the Bradford two yard line. who competed In zone _
the Tornadoes fought back offensively blocked a Live Oak punt. L
tie by First Federal and won
Mlddleguard Melvin broke in after Live Oak scored "Up to Live Oak, they've both competition Saturday. The their second game of the season Designed _
to stop Fletcher for a half been others are'John Vallnskl. 10-
and that the defense stoppedthe doing a good Job, Sexton In
yard loss on first down. Ran Jody Smart, as many starts edging Extended:
Bulldogs without a first adds.Due. year ; .
First Federal 12-6. '
dolph got a hard earned yard down three times In the first to the. lack luster per 11, and Jimmy, Prevatt 12. The winning score came on Mod,MaYr.NLife Cg 769
around his right end before a half, and more In the second. formance Friday,coaches found the last play of the game. K.F.C. 25*dl.ion.l picture
host of Tornadoes met him.
"Live Oak was able to cash It difficult to choose outstanding -
led at half time 6-0 on the
With 37 seconds left In the Special
in on the big third down play" performers. Program
strength of Duane Searle' 33 I
third period, Fletcher keptover Sexton Back Malachi Henry was T{nn oo i RCA's XL-100 eliminates
says. Is yard run off of a reverse that uu
left for the TD. Robinson Planned For .
guard "I wish we could have put named best receiver and best completely fooled the opposl- I a major cause of TV
converted sad Live Oak I !Iw.---
more pressure on their quar running back against Live Oak. ti repairs. Chassis tubes are
led 210. terback. We got to him Just He caught three passes for 65 BMS ParentsThe Early In the second half David replaced by solid state
BHS used the first three
up We yards and rushed 15 times for
once. haven't been strongon Patrick
knotted the circuitry
scoreat designed to
minutes of the fourth
moving 46 yards on three quarter Ha- that"point In the last two 69 Bernard yards, a 4.6 average. 6-6 when he returned a punt V/\\ perform longer with fewer
Brown a
games. corner- first of series 42 yards. Patrick's punt return
a parent-
zen passes to Flynn, Steve Tackle Farelon McClellanwas back was named best defen- / repairs. RCA's automatic
Bradford was a beautiful zlg zagging
teacher at
Strickland and Bernard Brown programs
named the defensive line- sive back. He had three tackles tuning system features
but the passing attack fell fiat man of the week. He led the and two assists and handled his Middle School is set Monday, broken field run. AccuMatic that locks color
at the Live Oak 27. Tornadoes with eight tackles position well. Oct. 18, at 7:30: p.m. K.F.C. from that point on and tint within a normal [

Neither team could make a _...-..........u..u.___________ each The programs are December scheduled maintained good field positionand (stand optional, extra) r range.
first down In the final period _." _"."' ,.......' month except played most of the remainder TM COSMOS
after that.Live Oak became less and May to acquaint parents of the game within Modal FQ SOS
effective either from simply Brunei Bennett 1 with the different departments 30 yards of the First Federal 21*diagonal picture
letting up with a three RD : of the school's faculty.; goal line but It seemed as
lead or from getting tired. The Mathematics Departmentwill though they would never get i11A
With about three minutes left Football WinnersThe b e featured this month. the ball In the end zone. With |
The use of "math money", a RCA offers more
In the game BHS linemen partially only enough time remaining for ,
blocked. The football was reward system being used this one play and the ball on the II
simply allowed to roll free tie-breaker had to be gustine scored 56 points each, year for the first time, will be five yard line Eddie Dyal sped jD-} I 100% Solid State

by the Bulldogs who made no applied to determine- first against their opponents. explained. The meeting will be around left end. Just getting (fxL-igo[0
attempt to fall on It. After place winner In last week's Upsets spoiled the "Pro's" held In the reading and lang- Into the end zone by Inches, | ? color models
waiting to see If LO would take Merchant-Telegraph football score last week Some entries uage arts area of the middle for the game winning touch- I

possession of the loose football contest for cash carried as many as 12 misses school. down and a 12-6 victory. than othermanufacturer. |
the referee blew It dead Larry Bruner of Starke and The Texas Oklahoma, I any
and gave It to Bradford Highon Gary Bennett of Lawtey both Duke-Clemson, KentuckyOhioand
the Live Oak 48. marked 17 of the 20 games Gainesville-Miami games .

QB Hazen again went to the correct, missing three each. were among the most consistent B/VIS ----- C, Th. CHATFIELD 'I
--- -
air. Two consecutive 15 yard misses. I Model OQ 679 low
Bruner won first prize by 2S diagonal plctur as asT'1
penalties, one against Live Oak Here's the winner score card.
and the other against BUS, plus tomb scored say most If your memory Is good, see
a 22 yard pass to Henry found by of the how many\ you missed. Then
the Tornadoes with a first down teams. Bennett won second witha see page 8 for this week's contest $54995XL100
at the Bulldog 26 yard line. 54. Lake Butler and St. Au for cash. BMS had Its first "It's Academic" BMS FOOTBALL
last week. Last Thursday night the foot-.
Hazen missed Henry on a .
The has three
game parts. ball all-star
game was playedto
that almost
was Intercepted
In the first part, "the lightning a 0-0 tie The 43 all-star o I
at' the goal line by Live LIST JUST TKH WINNERS HERB round .. (for Model
Oak. Then the BUS quarter- FIRM competing players. were divided Into two FQ.505)IPeDoOIQo)
s"eel are asked ten questions which teams Coach Petrella
by Jerry
back was tossed for a 10 yard
sadc..rr- they must answer In two minutes for the
loss as he attempted to throwon
,9L'4 A The teams get 10 points
second down. CM. for each correct The white team's players
Then with 39 second left In the r' 5r*r- answer. were: Horace Sellers Lynn
game Hazen threw a screen lit) Pmll., The second part Is the main Luther Jim Me Lane, Randy
pass to Henry the BUS run- 7LA / / : III question and answer period. Chesser Douglas Cribbs Jim-
ning back got pa.tthenr.twaveof c-Itr Sr There are six categories. In mie Clark, David Lovelace 01171 p;
Bulldog tacklers and did tat .N.. i.- //MAtJuAr/ what he does best, broken field ) II ranging from 10 to 100 Paul Jenkins, Lawrence Pat 5'b.I dl l OQiagonal-769 pleturi lallcIhg

running for a 36 yard touch- ChIli e.n, points. If the question asked Is rick, Mike Nettles, Rudolph 4nd
down play. Gary Melvin kicked IMVIFtaMita T M&zfsze. }L.JL missed, half the amount of the Carter Earl Biggs, Andrew

the point after.Bradford ,._ #*.&? TZtrn.c.1TM question Is taken off the score Carter Chuck Register WU- Se- _
If :
the question Is answered correctly lie Perry, Lee Jerry ,oo -- ..,
High had gotten on CaaeYi
all of the amount is added t IPIlQI
Scoreboard with seconds ,.te...M C. W__ Dampier I and
the w to the score of each team. Eddie
remaining In the game but still 'In!ti s. 1741III o Dean.
lost their first game of the In the last part the teams 'eSetlTh.
season 217. "- IPKLNSa are asked to wager'all or some The following boys competedfor
the red team: Darren Scott
;edr1 INalaap of their score on a final question
STATISTICSBHS Thai have one minuteto Everett Thornton. Ken McKinney -
2 _5 C[
LO res. answer this question. If they Mike Crews, Bill MllIsapps. .OKHOIDCNM

First Downs 14 12 taoN1 CJ iRL: .0,,piE answer correctly this amountis Terry. Glen Art DeSue Qulcksall.Bryan Frank Hamilton 2V.a.l.....aq....749"........
Yds. Rushing 61 116 s added to their score or If
82 E! !(//6q Samuel Pittman, Bobby
Yds. Passing 121 N' the question Is missed, the a-

Passes Camp! 10-23-1 4-11-0 ...... AcNriw': mount wagered Is subtracted. Patterson, Kenneth Cruger. De-
Yds. Penalized 45 82 .j In this contest Team 8A won Wayne Clark, Charles Castlen,
Fumb. lost by 3.380 1 ..... o .rlri with 420 points. Team 6A came Edwin Conway, Keith Carter,
Punting Avg. 5-34 krM 1I4'iU'n. GG In second and Team 8B came Jay Godwin,Robert Edmondson,
Iliam1Nrs In third. Milton Baker Rodney Grlffls
..,a, V A Sharone GaIney and Rickey WINKLERELECTRIC
Score by Quarters: t.,1 Jimmy Lamb. Karen Elland Hawkins.
BUS 0007-7 live. a.tt_ M/4 fon and Julie Grids were the win

'< ,7770-21 .wt...s "- I ners from 8A. Other contestants Last Sept. 28, BMS's Special
brows: L..r/N..../,.:::-so-:7':: : '" '- VRRit'f were Latonya Johnson, Education teacher's wife Mrs
IRk 1)) Fletcher. 2-yd. _...._".._ .::; 'tw\S.S Angela Gaffney and Betty; Luis Alvarez, had a baby boy

QB MI .X. EP- Robinson: 2) this...&: ____....... Ricks 6A; Janet Boyce Wade at Alachua General Hospital.He .
HiU1 non, 14-yd. pass from MtT.....fl Mt TIM UtTi Winkler and Freddie Aldridge, welshed 7 pounds and has
Fletcher EP-Roblnsoa: 3)Ftotcber. 6B; Keith.Tommy, Cannon,
l-yd. sneak, EP-Robln- _....L !\ V.III and; Eddie Ricks, 7A; Terri light hair and dark eyes. The

,___ # ff! Cochran, Charles Jackson, and BMS students congratulate Mr.

Bradford High- 1) Henry 3yd. _.....e_ "" .:;'" 3 sa" Sherrl Smith, 7B; and Emmett Alvarez and his wife.Reporters 234N.TI Aw. ;
pass from Hazen, EP-MelYln. Bright Randy Curtis, and Debbie Bruce Meyers l 964.1546 u
., __ Green, SB. and Guy Stalnaker.


Page JO Telegrapl l 1 (lIA. .1071




County Observes 50th Anniversary With Festive Fun and Frolic :

Union County's three-day 50th Sheriff Jonn Whitehead Florlda Supreme Court descendants of fourth or fifth
Anniversary Celebration airman ot the barbecue committee J.C. Adkins, Jr. call for lees veneration families In Union 'Ir.F
reached a routing climax Sat- said that 1.200 chickens: dissent and a revival of responsibility County. Mary Page McGill another .
urday afternoon when approxi- auu pounds of cabbage slaw In the Nation fifth generation representative
mately 3,500 free chicken: bar- and 12 0 gallons of baked beans Pamela Whitehead 7-year- was selected as runner- 50
becue cupper were served In were prepared tor ,the crowd: old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Up. 'ihe honors were bestowed : t M11 H* :, ,
Lake Butler's beautiful Lakeside that gathered to witness the James Whitehead and niece on the basis of whose forebears f rH
Park In spite. of heavy crowning of "Little Miss Union of Sheriff Whitehead was had beencltizena Union County F
clouds that drizzled rain but County, view an Interesting crowned: "Little Miss Union for the greatest number of
thankfully never reached the collection of Union County antiques County" from among 18 attrac- years.
downpour stage. and artifacts, and hear tive young conte.tanuwhowere: Crowning the queen was Mrs.
Bernice Roberts Holmes, who -
had the honor of being selected P P Y
!r runner-up for ese title of"Miss
Union County" at the time >the
EditorialRights county: was created by Legislative -
act In 1921.
Other honors bestowed at the
Saturday afternoon ceremonies
with plaques presented to the 4

winners, were:

And ResponsibilitiesToo --The oldest male residentof .
the county; Nathan Varnes ".- --

much stress on Individual free- thrown should remember that we, the 92.--The oldest woman resident: Co-cholrmrn Shelton' Arnold' and Major, D.I...... Part ; big; crowd at Lakeside ceremonies. I

doms and too little stress on individual people the great middle class, are a Mrs. Ella Dawklns, 99.
responsibilities was cited by Florida sleeping giant. We who believe in --The youngest baby at the
Supreme Court Justice James C. constitutional authority will prevail, celebration: Susan Elizabeth

Adkins, Jr. last Saturday as a major for this is the only road to orderin Harrison, 11-day-old daughterof ,
cause of "what ails us" in "this age our society." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har
of dissent." 1 ., twlr
Present laws and court decisions --The first baby born inUnion
Judge Adkins' views were expressed seem to favor advocates of individual County after Its creation 4 M S

during a speech that was a highlightof rights, while no one Is saying much In 1921: Mrs. Lula Mae Dowling ?,9

Union County's commendable 50th about responsibility, the speaker pointed Chase, then resident of Ralford of Miami, and

Anniversary celebration held in Lake out, while noting that books on Springs.now a

Butler last weekend. dissent and how to make a revolu- Winners of the Homecoming

tion are best sellers, while books on slogan contest Gary Given,
"We have been remarkably tender duty and responsibility are out of for the slogan "21 to 71, Tigers
toward dissenters," the Justice told print. Are Still No. 1."
The plaques were presented
the crowd of hundreds who gatheredin to the winners by Master of
Lakeside Park Saturday afternoon. "Too many dissenters think they Ceremonies Hal Y.Malone who
"We have allowed them their voice," have the right to decide what is rightor also presented a certificate of

he said, declaring that it has reachedthe wrong, and which laws they will appreciation to Mrs. Robert

point where the accused criminal or will not obey," Judge Adkins said. (Marjorie the Lake) Drlggers Butler, presidentof woman's

in'' this country has more protectionthan "They castigate the judicial system, Club, who was credited for her .---

the average law-abiding citizenin but never fail to use the courts in Inspiration and major effort Pamela hlteheadcrowned by Bernice Roberts Holmes. Oldest Union County man congratulated. I
other nations of the world. order to protect their rights." in organizing and staging the
50th Anniversary Celebration."If .

Espionage, sabotage, and treason Our nation with all Its faults, still It hadn't have been for her,
wouldn't be having a cele-
used to be punishable by death but offers more Individual freedoms than we bration today," Mammas de-
present protection of "individual are found anywhere else on earth. clared.In .
rights" has now reached the point that "Our opportunities are beyond our his Introductory remarks
stand before the said MaIne. traced the history of
.a lunatic may an comprehension, speaker ,
audience and yell 'Burn it down, "and Indigents In this country would the area from 1858. when New

baby. .burn it down!' and still stay be considered men of means in other River nrlnlnir County the area was created that In, com-now

out of Jail" the speaker said. nations." Baker Bradford, and Union
Counties. In 1861, New River
In spite of this permissive trend, Judge Adkins closed his message County waA divided to create
Judge Adkins was firm in his belief with this admonition: Baker and Bradford, with the
that "the militant minority will never latter being named for Capt.

destroy our nation." lie warned, "When you wake up in the morningsay Richard Bradford, the first Flo- -
"Those who really believe that the : Thank God I am a citizen of the rida War.officer killed In the Civil 41'

system or establishment can be over- U.S.A." Bradford then Included the a-

rea that Is now Union County
and Lake Butler, which had
been the county: seat of New r
River County, remained as
We Can't Abide Any More'The county seat of Bradford for

several years until an election Oldest Union County woman received plaque. Union County farm products proudly displayed. .
question of what to expect after to "an army of patriotic citizens in was held, and the courthouse '

Phase I'of President Nixon's wage- every walk of life," 'with the 'possibility moved to Marte.Elections continued -
price freeze expires on November 13 of a final veto by his Cab- to be held every ten Items as homemade furniture, on the rights of Individuals,and that the system or establish- Rev. Raymond Bacr, pastor
answered. or has it? inet. years, with the courthouse mov- "tooth pullers" brooms made too little attention paid to responsibilities ment can be overthrown should of the First Christian Church
has been ing back and forth between Lake of shucks and cabnettoes. old to family, state, remember that we, the people, of Lake Butler, pronounced the
Butler and Starke several times photographs of Lake Butler and and nation benediction.
to now The Government is by no means the great middle class are a
"Books dissent and how
though vague up on to
The plan-- the matter was finally Ralford and household articles "
sleeping giant, he concluded.
in many respects-- has been outlinedin stepping entirely out of the pictou settled by dividing: the county: such as coal Irons and glallJ'Olllng make a revolution against the "We who believe in constituted OTIIEH/ EVENTS
general terms, and will hopefullybe When asked how long the economic stabilization legislative act In 1921. pins.Climaxing. Judge country Adkins are best said sellers"while," authority!; will prevail, for The three-day celebration
developed might continue. un afternoon pro started Friday with a colorful
clarified by guidelines 'program this Is the only road to orderin
A miniature fair held In books on the duties and responsibilities -
gram Justice Adkins describedour parude staged before the annual
John B. Connally
of Phase I. Treasury Secretary our society.
before the expiration the community center at Lakeside era as "the age of dis of the individualare /Homecoming game which was
said, "It's going to continue as long as Park, where exhibits of sent" and said that dissenters, out of print." Seated on the platform with won by the Union High Tigers
The operation of Phase n has been necessary to bring the rate of inflation Union County farm products, before condemlntr the country, The accused criminal has the speaker and masterof ceremonies with a triumphant victory of
placed in the hands of private citi- under control The Governmentis handwork, and antiques were should stop to realize that more protection in the U.S. were three Judges of the 56-0 over West Nassau High.
zens comprising a Pay Board and A not getting out of this picture," enjoyed by visitors throughoutthe citizens of the United States than law-abiding citizens have 8th Judicial Circuit, John A.Il. Miss Cathy Langley was
Commission with the Govern- he warned. afternoon. Many original still enjoy freedoms that are In many countries, Judge Ad- Murphree, George L. Patten, crowned Homecoming Queenat
Price paintings were exhibited, as found nowhere else on earth. kins declared. "Indlgents here and John Crews; Congressman halftime ceremonies.
ment reserving the right to step into well as cherished heirlooms "The militant minority will would be considered men of Don Fuqua; State Representatives The final day of celebration
the picture only If the boards permit "Controls will remain until there Is from many of old families that never destroy this country," means In many countries," Gene Shaw and Wayne was observed with religious
prices and wages to increase faster a basic agreement and feeling throughout were pioneer settlers of the Judge Adkins said pointing out he said. Holllngsworth; and former Con- services In the various
than the maximum two or three per the country that the expectationsof county. Among these were such that there is too much emphasis "Those who really believe gressman Lex Green. churches on Sunday.

cent considered tolerable by the Ad- Inflation have subsided. We can't

ministration.The sion will Pay pass Board. on and Individual Price Commis-wage and abide by The many any truth more Americans of this," Connally statement who said.have is voiced not I "'",'::"'., ;-;JnrJrrflf1fjjJ' It's' a 1U woman's. ) I Home By County Martha Economics Extension Sue McCain Agent New Assigned Recruiter To r r--County t -Agent f ws--l I IWhen

subject to general been able, due to fixed incomes, to l'l'Iii: .
price Local AreaPetty you get a number of U( course, this means a good
themselves ride with the ruinous inflationary curve
the boards people Involved In a good activity fertilizer program, and controlling -
mustlformulaite between now and No- that has become a way of American Officer Gene L. Rogers !; you usually have some- Insects and diseases.
vem'>er 13. Their decisions will be life In recent years. They agree with formerly of Mayport, will thing to brag about when the With the price of spray equip-
review and possible veto Mr. Connally that "we can't abide anymore ASPIRIN LEADS MEDICINESIN example a vivid patterned sheet be the new recruiter far the activity is over. This is certainly ment or custom operations
subject to ACCIDENTAL POISONINGS bedspread is especially suitablefor Starke, Keystone Heights, Lake the case with our 4-H control of Insects and disease
whichis and It is particularly grati-
by the Cost of Living Council Aspirin continues to be the children and teenagers who Butler area. Awards Program and Recognition Just Isn't feasible for many of
composed of the Nixon Cabinet m- fying to see In Phase n a promiseto number one culprit In accidental frequently flop on top of the Petty Officer Rogers enlistedIn Dinner for Walter Prevail our folks
bers. give special attention to medical poisonings in Florida. bed to read or hid bull ses the U.S. Navy on March 17, and for the 1971 Calf Scramble According to :Market Manager : -
and health care costs, the greatest Medicine accounted for 73 sions.A 1957, In Albuquerque, N.M. lie sponsored by the Starke-Brad- Rob ,Allen our pecan auction -
controls will inflationary area in our economy and per cent of accidental poisonIngs full sized sheet used on Is a veteran of the Vietnam conflict ford County Chamber of Commerce will be held at the :Market
Thus, the wage-price In the state In 1970. a twin bed will reach almostto and numerous Mediterranean Platform In Lawtey this year.
be administered In Phase n by a one that has worked a particular hard- Records for 1970 compiledby the floor.Or,form a straight Far Eastern, Mid Eas- We are sure the 4-11 Awards The first sale Is scheduled for
four-tier wedding cake of Federal ship on those who can afford it least. the Florida Divlslonof Health -line dust ruffle by fitting one tern Far Western cruises lie Program will be an annual affair Die first or second week In
commissions, boards, councils, and showed a reduction of 2.405 sheet between boxspring and Is married to the former Miss The Bradford 4-H Coun- November, depending on when
in effort to cut the While a final judgment on Phase II persona from the 7,612 poisonIng mattress and using a second Brenda Poole,of Mayport.They cil was pleased at the way the pecans can be harvested
committees an in half-- to must await clarification of many ques- In 1969.Pe.Uclde. sheet for the top coverlet. To have four children Gene, 4, our folks responded and are Allen is contacting prospective
annual rate of inflation of that are still unanswered at poisonings rated really decorate the room make Rebecca, 7, Glenda, 9. Gayla, already making plans for next buyers that will be located at
two or three per cent by the end tions low, with a total of 299 or matching or coordinating curtains 11. year. We feel that this Is the the auction In Lawtey.
1972. this point, It seems possible that such 5.7 per cent of the overall and pillow shams. The Petty Officer Rogers can be thing that will help us to Increase When selling pecans try to
controls, even though not jet well total. Household preparatories wide width and deep hems keep contacted every Tuesday from our teen-age enrollmentin have them as clean as possi-
harnessing the economyhas defined, may go a long way toward accounted for H per cent of sewing at a minimum so that 10 to 12 a.m. In Starke at the 4-H, and should help our ble and have only quality pecans -
In the past, administration by an reversing the nation from an inflationary the total poisonings.Of even a novice can manage dolt Selective Service Office He total 4-H membership this year. In the bag. The buyersare
called for psychology to an antiinflationaryone. the total number of persons yourself decorating with will also be available for counseling experienced and will pay
army of governmental bureaucrats. poisoned during 1970,1,552 simple washing machine main- at the Bradford High the premium price for quality.Strawberries .
President Nixon, however, has showna If so, they will have served a were hospitalized and 29 died tenance. School Counseling Office I
willingness to turn controls over worthwhile purpose. from poisoning. For further Information on The 1971 Calf Scramble was es.
Most homeowners know that WIGS NEED GROOMING the Navy or any of the Navy's bigger s better than ever. are one of the
bugkiller and fly spray can be CAPE, TOO many and various programs There good participationby best cash crops we can grow
dangerous to children, so they If you have Joined the band- contact Petty Officer Rogers the Business Civic and Agricultural in Bradford Count!; However
keep these products in a safe wagon and bought a "fun" wig at the above mentioned timesor communities In carry- it looks like our acreage will t
-..'_- place But around the house such made of synthetic fibers here the Federal Building, Room ing out the program and the be down this year because of
products as detergents, oieaches are a few tips to keep It In 321, Gainesville, Fla. Phone 4-H and PTA members did a shortage of plants and poor
Bradford County --::;::: toilet bowl cleaners kero- good condition. Brush It frequently 376-1681, Ext 217. their part in putting on a good prospects for adequate labor at
The .-- sene lighter fluid, and turpentine as these fabulous fakes show for the large crowd that peak harvest time.,
household chemicals collect dust and become dull attended i
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED and other they'll be featured at attrac- Many of our growers are finding -
,, can be dangerous If swal as easily as your own hair. tive prices. Look for pork and that production costs have
1879 'the Bill. ) lowed. Many of these do not Wash in warm soap suds followed pears when you do your shop- seeThe almost doubled in 10 years
have the word "poison" on the by a creme flnae, if
realize the investment -
labl... Candy-flavored aspirin preferred. Use of a hair dryeror Ping.With pecan crop looked gooda Few people
So shall my word be can be a problem If parentsare electrical curlers is not canned pears In plentiful few weeks ago. However, with necessary to grow an
supply, now's a good time acre of berries, especially:
too much rain at a critical
and the children generally recommended unlessa
shall not return to me empty. negligent
to use them In a variety of no quarantee of a return at
(loe. 55:11): find the bottle and take too special lotion Is \used for time, many pecans did not ma
Try canned time. I've heard this
E55. ways. pears as a harvest
setting the wig. So check care ture.
FLORI A many. garnish for chicken salad. Or remark that If a young person -
Instructions of Scab our most serious -
Ages 1-4 are most often Involved wig manufacturer pecan
OC'tAT, ON Cod I I.* our !iruMo! to |l'rOl4lltr.1t'lUuIIlU"WII" | In accidental poisoning. first. fill canned pear halves with disease, was bad this year today had enough capitalto
Waldorf salad and serve them Invest to make an adequate
AS S mid with Him Older members of the familycan and has taken a heavy toll of
on crisp lettuce. Anddon't living farming, ther are many
? green nuts 1 have also noticed that
children from becoming FOOD NOTESA
r \) now chiimu-U of good! an'I; ; up;: prevent forget canned pears and opportunities for investmentthat
trees are defoliating early this
fur n... Aii we turn to Gal and victims pork roast makes a festive cottage cheese- the dieter's year as a resultof these condi- would pay greater divi-
Idonllfy ourselves with Hi". meal. especially if choice. dends.
WASHABLE SHEETS with tions. This can also be causedby
iS/itanl'sbasbr. work it iHYomert more than DECORATING you serve broiler pears. Cold apple Juice Is a great leaching resulting shortage However, there are more pea
halve and
*. L. efc T* r 4"y sad .tere4 M -...I jiint n |iriir.. It txfomcM the MAGIC and sprinkle them core with fresh brown pears thirst quencher. But apple Juice of fertilizer of plant nutrients ple to feed today, and we must
| WIIIrYa \\orklnir principle by which wtIhe. > Is Just as delicious when you that came after all the continue to encourage our most
STEtt.r at alerts What do sheets and the Then broil them
.. r0 sugar. for
., t> story
It hot. .in a steaming promising young people to enter -
rvtvntrm serve
: l'mvr our attention rain.A .
have In
of Cinderella common. about eight
117 minutes
Musk ** or
Wte Ast of : with cinnamon stick. the field of Agriculture to
orfrfMMftotto. oil Uod. and in God! They both Imply magical until they're hot. Since mug a key to good pecan produc-
.... ....1 > yw. t1/.Ml. pork and serve Insure a bountiful supply of
.U every prayer of our heiirt 'find powers -- the ability to turn and fresh pears are in So stock up today, tion is to hold the leaves on
trade ersei 1 ,.**. *".** IK'rfAtt fuIlIllmcnt.S one thing Into another. For supply now, chances plentiful are apple Juice often the trees as long as possible food at a bargain price.

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By Supsky
STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT 1 two toe corn planter 1 cultivator In The Court of The County case made a review "of the August 12, 1970 -
OF EDUCATION all shrubbery; Judge Bradford County; florida traffic Investigation report, a- STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORSNew Bom and raised In Indiana flenderson.'wlthJlmmy
TallahA"..... Florida has been filed against you and In Probate. long with the recommendations MANAGEMENT residents seem to be Fred Miller was wed to Marie Davis chosen to be his aide as .
SCHOOLHOUSE SYSTEMS Weldon P. Bartlett and his wlte. In re Estate of THOMAS T of the engineer at the locatlot CIRCULATIONAct pouring into Hampton continually originally from Ohio but also VIce-President, Mike Chilly;

PROJECT PROGRAM 4 Elba S. Bartlett and you are LONG. Deceased.TO or locations: described below: ( of August 12, 1970: Section of late. With the Influx of raised In Indiana, in 1928. They and Phyllis Griffin were duly and

NOTICE TO BUILDING SUB- required to serve a copy of ALL CREDITORS AND Bradford County; Road 16: 3685, Title 39, United:States new arrivals, Hampton cannot raised two children and now sworn in as Secretary
SYSTEMS CONTRACTORS) your written defenses, U lIlY PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Section 28030 In Starke Code) long remain the little, out-of- have five grandchildren and one Treasurer.to

Separate, sealed, proposal to it on Theron A. Yawn Jr., DEMANDS. AGAINST SAID ES- as follows: Date of filing: October 14, 1971 the-wav town of trie oast. To greatgrandchild.Their be the agents
will be received at 2:00 P. Plaintiffs' attorney whose address TA'lt Existing Speed RestrictionsFrom Title of Publication: Bradford help bring about this awareness son Fred Jr., has one for their local schools School were

M. local .time, on Tuesday, Is P.O. drawer 340, You and each of you are here- SLD MP 8.793 to SLD County; Telegraph, Inc. Into the public eye Is the child, a boy of seventeen, named Katie Thomas- MMMta High School "
October: 28, 1971. In the office Starke, florida 32091, on or by notified and required to pre- MP 9.092 35 MPH Frequency of Issue: weekly. recent arrival of Fred D. Mil Stevie. Mrs. Eileen Sharp,their reoresenfHves Cindy Davis;
of the Schoolhouse System before the 5th day of November lent any claims and demands From SLD MP 9.092 to SLD Location of known office of ler and his wife, Marie. daughter, has given them the representative their Elementary
Project Department of Education 1971, and file the original which you or either of you MP 9,414.30 MPH.Recommended publication: 135 W. Call St., Moving in two weeks ago, the other four grandchildren 2 and Laurie Hicks nta- .
Tallahassee, Florida with the Clerk of this Court may have against the estate of changes- Starke. Bradford County; Florida couple bought a house on SR girls: Call (now Mrs Dens- School:
for furnishing and Installing either before service on Plain- THOMAS ::1'. LONG, Bradford From SLD MP 8.701 to SLD 32091. Location of the 18. Driving Into Hampton by more and mother to their only live; :

the Structural; Heating-Venti tiffs' attorney. or immediately deceased late of said Cramtv. MP 9.006, distance 0.305 ml. headquarters of the general way of 18 from US 301, you great-ffandchlld. MirhAi, PLANS UNDER WAY
lating & Air Conditioning; (hereafter; otherwise a default to the County; Judge of Bradford 30 MPH Speed Zone business offices of the publish can find them on the left-hand now six months old), aged 25; The Hampton Elementary

Lighting-Ceiling; Demountable will be entered against County Florida, at his office in From SLD MP 9.006 to SLD er: 135 W. Call St., Starke, side, Just before the SR 18 and Bridget (Mrs. Summers,'*, 22; School is presently In the process -
Partitions; Carpet; Roofing-In you for the relief demanded the court house of paid County MP u.129, distance 0.423 ml. -' Bradford County; FlorIda 32091. SR 221 Junction. 2 boys: Tony, 18; and MIKe, of preparing for the upcoming -
stallation and Cabinet building In the Complaint. at iMarke, l'lorlda. within six 35 MPH Speed Zone. Names and address of publisher Now that we know where they 8 years old. Fred, Jr. makes annual carnival. So far,
Sub-systems for the following WITNESS my hand and seal calendar months from the time On motion duly/ made and editor, and managing live, let's find out something his home in Cincinnati, Ohio it seems that his year's carnival -
new construction: of this Court this October 1 1. seconded the above traffic and about them. her family/
New of the first publication of this editor: ion{ residesinn may be one of the best ones '
U Polk County Junior
; (1971 at Starke, Florida notice. Each claim or demand speed regulations were determined Publisher E.L. Matthews, Indiana, near yet. We can Insure this possibility
High School "C", Aubumdalo, GILBERT S. BROWN shall be In writing, and shall to be reasonable and P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. age number copies each Issue Union Port, where her parents ; with more corporationand

Florida. C'erk' of the Circuit Court state the place of residence necessary upon the basis of Editor: B.C. Ferguson, P.O. preceding 12 months, 3,715, had lived prior to moving help on the part of par-

2. Bradford County, Bradford! By Virginia t. Darby post office address of the claimant the engineering and traffic Investigations Drawer A, Starke, Fla. single issue nearest to filing to Florida. ents. Anyone wanting to contribute
County; High School-Phase II, Deputy; Clurk and shall be sworn to by and authority; was Publisher E. L. Matthews, date, 3,655. m retirement from farming. some free time to the
Starhe, Florida. 10/1 4t 10/28 the claimant, his agent,. his at-. therefore given for the establishment P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. Free distribution Including Mr. and Mrs. Miller now spend preparation of the carnival '.
3. Bradford County; Bradford tornev. and 1 "ny; such claim or of same and the placing Owner: Bradford Co. Tele- samples) by mall, carrier, or their time taking In the sights should step forward now.'TimeIs

Middle School Addition Starke, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR demand not so filed shall be of the proper marking and graph, Inc. P.O. Drawer A, other means: average number and fishlng.-the Millers have of the essence with the big .
FloridaAll TAX DEED signs as Indicated; also, for Starke Fla.Known copies each Issue during preceding friends nearby who take them day only two weeks away, Oct-

proposals will be opened NOTICE IS h HEREBY given void.S/ Myrwln J. Long the elimination of existing con- bondholders, mortga- 12 months, 22; single out In their boat to the local ober 30.Ple..e.

and read aloud. Any proposal that Earl Prevatt the holder of As of the Last Will and Testament trols Tom where Webb this Is indicated. gees, and other security; hold- issue nearest to filing date, fishing spots. do your best to see
received after 2:00: P.M.. October the following certificates has of executrix. Jr., Director ers owning or holding 1 per 2S.Total Mp. and Mrs. Miller are ax- that Hampton may have the best
S8., 1971 will be returned filed said certificates for a Thomas T. Long, deceased Department of Transportation cent or more of total amountof distribution: average xious to meet the people of carnival to date.

unopened.The tax deed to be issued thereon. It 10/14 bonds, mortgages or other number copies each issue durIng Hampton and should be wel- Mrs. Normal. Melton had e-

Department will act as The certificate numbers and First publication Sept. 23, 1971 securities: None. preceding 12 months, 3- comed accordingly. Let us, one mergency surgery due to Injuries -
AGENT for the District to of Issuance, the descrlptyen Total number copies printed: 750 single Issue nearest filIng and all. make an effort to show sustained in an auto mla-

receive bids, evaluate submissions : of the property. and the 9/23 4tp 10-14 In The Circuit Court of Flor- Average number copies each date, 3,700. Fred and Marie that we are hap two weeks ago. She Is now "

and nominate successful names In which It was assessedare ida, Eighth Judicial Circuit, In Issue during preceding 12 Office use, left-over, unac- happy to have them and wish to doing fine and Is expected home
bidders to the listed school as follows: and For Bradford County; months, 3800, single Issue counted, spoiled after printing; make them feel at home.
district?!. NOTICE CIVIL ACTION nearest to filing date, 3800. average number copies each shortly.
Certificate No. 20, Year of Mike Mowry of Mr. and
Each bidder shall submit with Issuance 1968. Description of The Board of County Commissioners Paid Circulation: issue during preceding 12 YOUTH GROUP FORMED: Mrs. Richard Mowry, and
his Proposal a Cashier's or Sales through dealers and months 50 single Issues The First Baptist Church of
Property; N 66.66' of half block of Bradford County ; near- Kevin Meng, son of Mr. and
Certified Check or a.ceptablebIdder's : <6 bond made payable to counter sales num- Total at the Park of the Palms
the Polling Places : average : average number Fri-
Name In which assessed Clifton following as vs. Emanuel K. Rogers, Defen- cop victors from Hampton
the School Boards of the listed N. Prevatt.All Clerks and Inspectors for the ber copies each Issue during leg each issue during preced- day, Oct. I. About forty; young the fifteen contest winners in
school districts In the amountof preceding 12 months, 2518, ing 12 months people enjoyed the outing which
of said property; being In Special Election to be held dant.NOTICE 3,800 single issue the Calf Scramble held last
five percent (5%)of the bid- the County of Bradford, Stateof Tuesday, November 2, 1971. OF SUIT single Issue nearest to filing nearest to filing date was held to elect officers for a All
; Saturday night. calves were
der's sum total of his Proposal Florida. DISTRICT #1 Lawtey, D.L. Tot: Emanual K. Rogers Address date, 2,463. 3,800. newly formed group for young Registered Black Angus Stock.

as a guu.-antee that If Unless such certificate or Shuford, County; Commissioner Unknown Mall subscriptions: average I certify that the statements persons.
awarded the Contract, the bid- PRECINCT il Lawtey City; YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED number copies each issue dur- made by me above are correct The group indulged In a Mr. and Mrs. D.H.Crawford
der will enter Into a Contractwith certificates shall be redeemed Hall, Lawtey. Clerk, Mrs.Raymond than an action to partition ing preceding months, 1,197, and complete.E.L. swimming party; and wiener spent last weekend In Atlanta,
the Boards and/or General according to law the property; Bryan Inspectors, Mar- the following property; single issue nearest to filing MATTHEWS roast, after which were elect- Ga. with her brother and sls-
Contractors and providethe described In such certificate gie Sue Reddish; Wilma D. In Bradford County; Florida: date, 1,192. President ed the offices Holding the ter-In-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs. John

required Performance and or certificates will be sold to WalnwrlghL Geneva Milliard. 1969 Parkwood Mobile Home, Total paid circulation: aver- highest position of President___ _Hall.
the highest bidder at the court ID t 5146 H
Payment Bonds, all executed by has been filed against -
Surety; licensed to do business house door on the first Mon- tion Hall, Lawtey. Clerk C.F. you and you are required
In the State of Florida. day In Monday In November to serve a copy of your writ- BONUS
01 Carter Inspectors, .Pauline
Proposals may not be with- 1971, which Is the 1st day ; ten defense if to it on
Smith Berdle Jessie
November, 1971. Fayson ELZIE S. SANDER BUYS!
drawn for s period of 150 days Franklin Jenkins. attorney
after time has been callod on Dated this 10th day of September PRECINCT '3 Crawford. for plaintiff, whose address Is STARKE'SLOWEST!
the day of bid opening withoutthe 1971Gilbert 138 west tall: street. Marke.
Bradford County; Fair Building, r
consent of the Department. S. Brown Florida, and file the original 0 0
Starke. Clerk, Nellie P. Garner -
Clerk of Circuit Court of
Individual envelopes containing Elsie Nor- with the Clerk of the above
ach Proposal shall be opaque Bradford County; Florida man, Lucille Carter, Shellie styled Court on or before Nov-
and must be so pre- 10/7 4 t 10/28 Hall Gerle. ember 15i: 7l; otherwise a FOOD

enUd that they may be easi- DISTRICT *2 Bayless,GeorgeW. Judgement may be entered against -

ly Identified as containing a NOTICE FOR BIDS Roberts, County; CommIs- you In the for the relief demanded e PRICES !
Proposal. complaint.
The Head Start Program of sioner.
Outside envelope must show the CUBB Economic Agency, PRECINCT 14 Legion Hall WITNESS my hand and official s d
only/ the following Information: seal of said Court on 320 s. WALNUT ST.
Inc. will be accepting bids until Bradford County Maintenance,
Name October 11, 1971. SUPERMARKETS
a. and location of Construction 12:00: noon of October 1:5: Starke Shop. Clerk, George GILBERT
ject as described in the S. BROWN.CLERK
1971 at the Head Start Officeat WInkler; Inspectors Joseph A.
Documents; 136 North Temple Avenue, Cissy Myrtle W. Jones, MaryE. BY; Beulah M. Moody
b. Name and address of Bid- Post Office Drawer 970,Starke, Deputy; Clerk.

der.. Florida; for construction of the PRECINCT 15 Pleasant Grove
10/14 4 tp! 11/4
c. Identification of work for
following Item Bradford County Utah
: School
l '
which Proposal is submitted One Mobile Home Shell to'be Starke. Clerk Nlta McRae, inspectors CENTER CUT BONELESS 't.L
{..., structural, carpeting, etc. '. ,,'. tiiSlI1Iit
used classroom. f11'1a! !
as ; Norma canova, Mrs. In Tie Circuit Court, Eighth
Bidding Documents be SIRLOIN '
may Bids should be sealed and Nick Crosby Lois Bennett
Judicial Circuit of Florida In
obtained at the office of Schoolhouse
: marked: "Bid for Mobile Home PRECINCT Vanderbilt, And For Bradford County; 2JI
Systems Project Bureau ROUND"
of School Facilities Shell"'> For exact t specificationsand Home of E.L. (Nook) Norman CIVIL ACTION I

of Education, Suite, Department 500-, added Information,call 964- Starke. Clerk, Mrs. Vernon Benjamin Sudlow and Anna STEAKS
Reddish Inspectors, Irene
8342. ;
Tallahassee Bank Sulow his wife, Plaintiffvs-
and Trust 10/7 2t 10/14 Faulkner, Mrs. Jerry Dyal, George J. Elchermuller and

Company, Blorlda Building 32304. ,Telephones Tallahassee Mary DISTRICT Ella Watterson.13 Ralph P. Bryan Hildegard Elchermuller, his 98

599-5874 and 599-5792, on or NOTICE County Commissioner Bland- wife, Defendant 119 j STEAK
after September 27.1971 Application The Bradford County; Zoning Ing, Starke. PROPER LB LB
for documents, together. Board has made application for PRECINCT f7 Reno, R.J.E.
with a check for $75.00 per reclassification of the property; To: George J. Elchermuller
High School.: Clerk. WilliamL.
set, should be filed promptly. described R1C below from RIB to Holland; Inspectors, Corean &wife Hlldegard Elchermullar.: hi* I ivwrwr towM/CI/1/ MirroAY tow wwcrn m w*y tow mice 11 EVCKYDAY LOW nactn tVHYDAY LOW t wicn-
Bidding material will be mailed
McNeal Sarah Morris
shipping charges collect If de- That portion of Section 14 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Y- Nn Y- .n
sired. Costs are not refundable. and 15 lying 1000 North of belle PRECINCT Roberts.#8 Seaboard National that an action to the following AGAR'S sot YNl TASTI IOf SLICED 1/4 IN CINTIR CUf IN4yL

The Department reserves the Laura Church Road and that } That an action to Mortgage CHUCKROAST
Guard )
Armory (Old .
right to reject any and all bids portion of Sections 22,23,26and Foreclosure the following property PORK LOIN
Clerk Peggy Shaller inspec-
and to waive any InformalitiesIn 21 lying North of State ; In Bradford County; Flo-
tors, Margaret B. llllams.
Road 16 all In rida: .
bidding. Township B
Date September 20, 1971 South, Range 22 East. fin.Marian Garland,James A. GrII- That portion of West Quar- j .
ter (WI/4) of southeast "
Department of Education ALSO quar- M :
Floyd T. Christian, Commissioner Reclassification of property; PRECINCT f 9 Keystone ter (SF./4);;: ) of SEl/4 and the e ILtTRa
of Education from EA to Rl-C: Southslde Elementary School, El/2 lying South of Graded __ _
S 1000' of Section 24 lying Starke. Clerk Hazel L.IIowell; Road In Sec. 9, T-6-S, Range ..... IIIOUIAR OR surriRMiLK
OuQf .
10/7 3t 1021In Inspectors, Florence Flynn, COMPARE! IO
North of State Road 16, all 22 East, EXCEPT the West **.K'' I NOW WITH S EXTRA SLICES
Alice Anderson Ramona 170& WH.ICERNEL |
270 ft thereof CORN
The Circuit Court of Bradford 22 In East.Township 6 South, Range Tomlinson. North Half (Nl/2) of Northeast ( Del Monte Corn :ssrssts:: :: :: ? 41/$1 j OR CREAM STYLE
County; Florida DISTRICT *4 Hnmntnn 1""""' jGianMYzlb.BREAD
Case No.MORTGAGE. is This subject change to a In public classification hearing Allen County; Commissioner Northeast Quarter East Quarter(NEI/4)) W of Green Giant Corn 'JSLT:,:,TC 4/tt/$ i OR LIMAS 16oz .

FORECLOSURE to be held rne.i.im.1: '10 Theressa, of Rd 200, "NE1/4 of NWJ/4 '" CANS I
on Tuesday October American :: !
Beauty Hominy 2/25/
Tolbert McCoy and Anna Lee Community; Club House, Ther- of "NEI/4 Sec 16-6-22, 29 Acres < ROSE, DALE '
McCoy, his wife, and The Community 26 at 7:30 P.M. In the County; essa. Clerk, Ruth Z. Griffis, more or less Cut Green Beans :'04$1: : / I
Commission Room the Bradford I
at -
State Bank of Starke
; Inspectors, Belle Gnann, June $
has been filed '
A Florida Banking Corporation. County; Court House at Harrington. Mildred Brlnson. you Rosedale LimasMushrooms ,to. ._ 6/$11/ i MIX
George J. Elchermuller & 1111
PlaintiffsvsWeldonP.Bart- which time shall all be persons heard for Interested or- PRECINCT fll Hampton, City degard Elchermuller and you- 3/89c I 'EM UPI! hrrfrlir = @J 0 C I
lett and Elba S. Bartlett, his Hall, Hampton Clerk W.lT. are required to serve a copy 4 ot m triwt nNn / I cv LI.., ///l/lift! 1 2 !
wife, and Central Soya of Tlf- against the proposal, as specified Maxwell Inspectors Nannie
of your written defenses, If Pork & Beans :sr: 2/23/ ;
ton. Inc., A Forelgh Corporation. Bradford In County.the Zoning Code of Watterson, Belle Brown, Polly any to it, on the plaintiffs attorney & zoo J JI JI

Defendants. Lott. whose name and: id- I
John Torode Chairman
dress is George 11. Pierce, ..
: Central Soya of TIfton Bradford County; Zoning Starke Public Library, Starke. '
P.O. Dot Starke _
030. Florida IN IN -
urN /
In., A Foreign Corporation 10/7 2tchg 10/14_ Clerk, Margie Dowling;Inspectors : and file the original with CHOCOLATE JELLIES MILANI P* ntry PrM* JI

You are notified that an action Pearl Pickering, Ruth the clerk of the above styled NESTLE'S SALAD FRUIT ORANGE
to foreclose a purchase money In County; Judge's Court In Broadway Betty; Register court on or before November and JAMS

mortgage on the following property and For Bradford Corny Flo DISTRICT! #5 Z.W. Hamilton 8, 1971: othenvlde ajud emeit QUIK DRESSINGS DRINKS cVN'sE3 JUICE

; in Bradford County; rida. In re: Estate of Thomas County Commissioner, may be entered against you for I
Starting at the Northwest corner J. Alderman a/k/a T.J. Alderman Brooker. the relief demanded la the com- k: j F

of Section 3, Township deceased PRECINCT I3A Rowell, plaint or petition. 5/89<
7 South Range 22 East, run NOTICE TO CREDITORS Terwlllegar Motors (Ford), WITNESS my hand and the _
South 526.5 feet to a point, All creditors of the estateof Starke. Clerk, Jean Prevatt. seal of said Court on October 8,
said point being where sect- Thomas J. Alderman a/k/a Ethel Holtzendorff, Louise Kite, 1971 I

don line crosses East side T.J. Alderman, deceased are Clara Hazen.PRECINCT. (Court Seal COMPARE! ova:':..:' U.S. NO. 1
of State Road No. 28, for a hereby notified and required #I3B Graham, : inn in : Golden Ripe

point of beginning; thence In to file any claims or demands Broughton Building, Graham. Gilbert S. Brwu4s 1 /"men l I
Iff "'
a Southeasterly course along which they may have against Clerk, Charles L. McMurtry, < Oef / laid' Court Rice-A-Roni "a N.-IM, 3/l/ 1 WHITEPOTATOES

East side of State Road 1064 said estate in the office of the Inspectors, George Rivers, By: Beulah !M. Moot/! Chinatown Rice .. ., ...... 39c I 'ANA N A 5
feet, thence 856 feet to Southeast county; Judge of Bradford County Carl Jones, Paul E. Arnold.PRECINCT As Deputy; Clerk

corner of the Northwest t; Florida, In the courthouse "14 Sampson. National 10/14 4t 113NOTICE Long Grain Rice 1!, ClKO.M. 39 '*> : .
Quarter (NWl/O of the Northwest at Starke, Florida, within six Guard Armory (New), 1 I \' lColgatelnstantShaYe" l//'"" "
Quarter (NWJ/4) of Section calendar months from the data Sta..... Clerk, Margaret L. FOR BIDS I-MMTWOt. I e,O* 39c !
3, Township 7 South, of the first publication of this Prevatt. ; Inspectors, Violet The Board of Bradford County I ,.\> Ir'J

Range 22 East; thence Northon notice Each claim or demand Crosby, Frances Dansby, Grace t; Commissioners bids .uitll. will 10:00: be a.m.accepting -, Pantry Pride Salt -O. 10. 9c 10 C I ..:; 1./ IOC
quarter section line 948 Jordan. **** X1I 4 8 .
must be In "
writing and must November 1, 1971, at the Brad- Cake Mixes .::. ..:; 29c \ i .
feet, thence West 1301.8 feet state the place of residence PRECINCT LISA Brooker, ford County; Courthouse Post LB BULK I
to point of beginning and ly and post office address of the Community; House, Brooker Office Drawer 3 SMrke, OVER 7.000 IVIRY LOW PRICES i 1Panry

ing In the Northwest quarter claimant and must be sworn Clerk, Howard Mott; Inspectors 32031 1 for ,the f}|diving, 'Florida GOOD 7 DAYS A WIIK. BONUS ,CIUO WtAHPIftCARROTS I Pride ....,............
(NWI/4) of Northwestquarter to by the claimant, hi.ceot, N.G. Hayes, Sr., C.L. UYS OOOO THRU OCT. 20 1971.QUANTITY .
of Section 3, Township or his attorney, or It will become Atkinson Clyde KeU"y.PRECIXC1' equipment 1 each: Baso: 'Stubi, 120 watts RIGHTS RESERVED. ; .."......uo......10 II COFFEE BLABG 59
7 South, Range 22 East void according to law #15B New River "dual
containing 24.91 acres, more Effle Alderman Moody's: Store, New River. frequency with associated I rmrMr tow nria'' lmro4r tow raw IONUS iimHXKT .

or less. Administratrix of tile Es- Clerk, Thurston Henry;Inspectors accessories. Installed/ it / IONS
ALSO: The following personal tate of Thomas J. Alderman Herbert Parrith, Fertile Series Motorola: Modal B.3 IP3- ordvn't GREENCUKES KING SIZE v """ vf LIBBY'S

property; situate on above described a/k/a T.J. Alderman Moody, William E. Moody. "020 watts or equivalent.RF output) MILKSHAKES.-,;, SKINLESS PUNCH f corrEE TOMATO
real property; : deceased FRANKS CREAMER !
3 each Mobile Radios JUICE
3840 laying. cages and water- First publication on October 7, I tong 10/14 dual
era and feed troughs, 2 automatic 1971* Bids should mobiles.be sta'.td: and 2/39' .-7c
feeders and waterers George H. Pierce DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION "
mar<"1 .3id: fir ladle: Equip-
and nests e Bulk feed tanks P.O. Drawer 1030
and auguars, 2 Egg cooler u- Starke, Fla. 32091 FIC REGULATIONS SPECIAL TRAF- and ment"added. For information exact specifications.. I_IJ:1Jv! ill jiiii iur< fill 1"J"1';id ti frf1VDAV.10W ,.,ell I,
call 9C4
nlts, I egg grader, egg. baskets et. 1028rAdtnldslrat g NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' ; JUt or contact: the,Bradford) : -,_..
.2 feed carts 2 feed 10/7 That the Department of Transportation County; Civil Defense Director.Gilberts. BANANALOAF FRENCH MIAT HORMEL
coops, I egg washer, 6 Poul- at its meeting of July/ CAKf DINNIRS
try barns, J.a coolllla house, CLASP ENVELOPES, all 29, 1971 gave consideration to Brown FRIES CHILI ,
I Tool shed nod 1 Tool house .iu.. Bradfer Ceoaty: Tele*, the requests relating to special Clerk. ::", 38CADVERTLSEMENT 3/I
2 Deep Wells and pumps, 1 an**. traffic: regulation and In each 10/14 21 1./2'' '
1959 GMC Truck,1 Ford Trac- i ip

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Grace United Methodist Sunday :pV3HHAtw* _
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship J -
services 11 a.m. Choir Practice 'ffofUAwk* _
Wednesday 7 p.m.. Prayer LL (WtiMtJii aM NiNiMWWltiNfiioeiKWASfi TiM iMdWMsSiovK_ "" V JaI _
meeting> 8 pan. '&* ,K- 0V'ir4itf't! !>)M* '

Church of God: Sunday -
School 10 a.m.. Worship ser FIFTH WEEK S-

'1&mUylntght. and 7:30 73b Jj I5OII
Wednesday COUPON WORTH ,..
p.m. 5 Qt. Covered Dutch Oven

Highland., BaptistSunday
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship services L4 Without
11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn.. L Coupon $7.49 I I -
Prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. followed This week 3> (
by choir practice. : I with coupon O ,
A Joint birthday dinner waa : "GOOD OCT M THRU OCT 20 AT WINNDIXIF I HLUL L
the home -- -.-- --- --- -- -
held at of Mr. and -- -- -
Mrs. Ralph Wise on Sunday BEEF PEOP -
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wise
Mrs. Donny Wise, and EdOy
Dval whose birthday anniversaries PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 14 THRU WED. OCT. 20 & &
occur nearly at the same
.tm*. everyone enjoyed the good HICKORY SMOKeD QUARTERSliced -.
dinner Including the beautiful
birthday cake.Those taking partIn
this pleasant affair were Mr. Ham. IB. 59c ,,,
and Mrs. Mitchell Brown, Johnny '
Brown who spent Ms week HICKORY SMOKED CENTER CUTHam
end leave at home Mrs. John
Brown Mrs. June Prescott,
Paul Norman, J.C. Warren, Roast. IS. 78c
Mrs. Anetta Norman and Frank .
Mrs.Johnny Young and daughter -
Jehnett of Athens Ga. MILD CURIO

were visiting Mrs. A.C.Pearce Rump Roast. LI, $139 I .
Wednesday to Sunday. JI CMOICI

Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson W D BRAND PURE ((10 IBS. $5.69)Ground )
and son Kevin of Jacksonville W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE NEW YORK STRIP
spent the weekend with HA
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore. Beef 5 $299
Fred Moore Jr. was a Sat ROUNDSTEAK
urday overnight visitor. He was
enroute to his home In Home .

Those from here attending
homecoming at Long Branchon
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Shank Portion
O.J. Anders. Mr. and Mrs. O8
Glen Shuford, Mrs. Hester\
Hicks and Mrs. Troy Bennett. $ 29
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard and
Miss Enza Blanchard spent the BONELESS _
later part of the week In Miami ".r 1
with relatives. They were theren
account of the death of their > DONE IN
t 17-2O IB. AVG.
Stiles R. Boha-
brother In law LB. S. CHOICE
nnan. Mrs. BohaMan who -. -
passed away In 1964 Is remembered LB.

grew Robert up In Rosier Lawtey.and son and r- t I Flour 5 54 C "

daughter In law Mr. and Mrs. 2 . . BAG CROAST" <
Bobby Rosier of Jacksonvillewere 1 All FLAVORS
visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1

James Rosier on Sunday.Mr. Chek Drinks 13 12oi $100 i iOR
and Mrs. John Morris CANS
ry of Jackson, Ala. spent Saturday -
t i' to Tuesday with Mr. and $

Mrs.The H.C.home Priest of Mr.and and Lamar.Mrs. Le Sueur Peas SCAN i 2Scj

I James R. Norman was the setting j, .
for Surprise Birthday
, dinner honoring his mother
' Mrs. Elsie Norman.Those present Elbow Juice 3 46 DI $100
" to help celebrate the occasion Macaroni 2 p 29C Pineapple CANS ,
were: Mrs.Llalle Starling -
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wainwright LYKES THRIFTY MAIDCatsup
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
ney Wainwright and children, Beef Stew 2 CANS 4 BTtS.; $100LRation ]
all of Jacksonville. Mr. and .
Wllkerson, Mr.and
Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Marcus Griffls and child-
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tay- 6as- 98C 3 IB. 48c
lor and children, Mr. and Mrs. Shortening . CAN
Carl Norman and family

Elizabeth Norman cake. Mrs.baked Terry.Norman the Mrs.received birthday Ethel Peanut Butter ''2 A R"' 3CFruit Cocktail 5$1IB S

many nice gifts.
Quantity Rights
r rr r I
a B I

Sixty Senlnr Citizens Clubs t Meat Entrees 4 PNOS"S. $100
met In New Port RIchey on .

Sept. 18 for the purpose of setting / AN. SAVE 38c MRS SMITH'S APPLE, PEACH, LEMON. CHERRY, COCONUT OR

of Senior up a Citizens Fla. State Inc.Congress At this ) Dutch Apple Pie 2 2PEo:':: $ioo
meeting It was reported that .
four Republican Senators from
Florida had profiled a Joint '' X 4r DELICIOUS

resolution In July calling for Jonathan 5e: 49C
repeal of the recently passed Apples
Homestead legislation which Is M ',: f
now part of the State Constitution. -
These senators are Da- Y $
vid Lane John Bell of Ft. Grapes . 4l8S i
Lauderdale and Henry Sayler
Harold Wilson of Plnellas and it JUICY
Pasco Counties This Is a :
shameful act and we recommend Ls Bartlett Pears 10 FOR SScnn
meet with
that these 4 senators
the voters In these counties
and they will learn that they YI

are ida Interest, not especially of working the people now for when the In flor-best the A1titOo AU/JJi AtttJ-D i rIo ?

big their corporations recent states share Readers that of thousands are taxes.A Digest not. payIng article of-- ttJ1# 1 4 ;

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hidden taxes are contained with-
in the cost of bread, milk, textiles r-
leather oil. etc. By this EXTRA EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H

method the big taxes corporations should be are paid Included by- 1 S&H GREEN I GREEN GREEN GREEN I S&H GREEN

to the consumer. : .
passedSURE I
one ones N I ONE IN
CLUB NEWS: OIL I erwAn n e JUICE srAlW.a WAX 1 1I """ I I"N I
Happy Birthdays In Sept.were [-- 0000 THRU OCT. 20 I Il GOOD THRU OCT. 20 I GOOD THRU OCT. 20 I II GOOD THRU OCT. 20 I GOOD THRU OCT 20 1

Ed Emma Roberta.Morton.Wedding Joe Stein Anniversary and- l ,. IOVI I .ou.L WINN-OIXII I t No. YOU'2Of .OU. ..."..t.OIMII I I 1'010,3., COY IOCA1 WINN.OIHIt. I t Nod,.:OYwa' w...N.enn. No SAT YOU lOCftt ...,.....0t..ll 1 I

was (rma and Art -- - -- -- - --- -

Lockwood Election of 53 officers years married.will take EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H
pUce next month. A new office
will be Included. Chairman of GREEN GREEN GREEN I GREEN I I GREEN

!the!the Library work done Comm.by ,senior continue clttsens STAMPS STAMPSWITH STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS I

28. our Halloween party.; BIROSEYI I WD BRAND II I fU.l
masks and costumes ready. S SI PAK TALMADGE FARMSCURED WDGR I IND
your have a lot of fun.ihe I OAsCN COOL I ONIONRINGS I oneN USDA GRADE "A" I InA on / 1
We will o ee Y o -N eeNe
moral ton and life-span 1 nAAA. WHIP I I e TURKEY i HAM 1 BEEF 1
0000 THRU OCT. 20 I GOOD THRU OCT. 20 / 0000 THRU OCT. 20 I 0000 THRU OCT. 20No. I GOOD THRU OCT. 20 I
of a civilization can be measured No 6 No.7 No No. 10
I 1YI.
by the respect and care At TOW* toe,", tMIMM-MXIf, A> YOU. tOtAl WINN.OIlIt ., ou1 .o1u wNN.a1nOct ., vow i0CA. wmM.oml I
------Y--I..=.I WINiM-1i-.E I
(His t.
citizens. -- --- --- - --
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bran Arnold ToynbeeX) 1 14, 1971 Telegraph Page/ 13Ti


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LOII.II family will never I.. able to put Into word our heart fait thanks
for all that that had a part In tho r.c.nt kidney. transplant; for tho doctors, nurses* .

and hospital staff that gave of tear knowledge and wisdom; For the medical facilities .

provld.d by the taxpayers; for all the businesses I churches, cities, civic organ :
isations clubs military units, and Individuals that gave of' their time and money; 'for t t
all the prayer said In our behalf which mad. the operation a tremendous success, and :
lastly; for Cod who Is the rul.r of. the universe, and the one that made all this possi ,

I ble. Who gave us our strength and sow us through each hour and day. PhillpplansIi3 .'

I will always be our prayer, "I. thank my Cod upon .v.ry remembrance of. you i I ."'

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O.M. CriflLs Pierce S. Crews FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday CHURCH School 9:45: a.m. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Stark. Sunday School, 9:49 a.m. BAPTIST MISSION AT MELROSE

Services HeldAllstChrlstiun Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Sunday School, 10 ajn. MornIng Morning Worship, U a.m.Youth U.S. SOl North behind Tis- Schedule of Services : .
Services Held STARKE Service 6 Evening Wor- Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Fellowship .pjn.Choir Practice tile Frs Drive In, Sunday Bible Study 10:00 '
p.m. Sunday -
Sunday Sunday School 9:45: : ; Evening 7 pan. Youth Night. Wednesday' 8 pun. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Worship 11:00. .
In 7
Jones ship
ChapelOwen Morning Worship at 11, sermon p.m.Thursday Prayer Meet- Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch via: II a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer a.m. 7:00 .
night Worship, : p.m.
"That Men Should Repent" Ac- 7:30 Wednes m. Evening "
Service 7:30
Friday, : p.m.
; Meeting, : p.m.
Marklee Gri/fts died Pierce S. Crews 72, of teens meet directly after 7:30: p.m. __ All other Evenings-8:00p.m.
41. morn- R... Y.W. Kidd pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ,
In Bradford Pastor
died :'
Sunday David Hodges
Thursday, Oct. 7, In a local icy, Ing worship: Church Training day.Leroy' Olive, pastor, E.L. HAMPTON CHRb'11Acff: '
hospital after a brief Illness. County Hospital after an extended 6:15: : Evening Worship. 7:30.: MornIng Crtffls. associate pastor. CHURCH'
Sunday School. a.m. -
A native of Bradford County; Illness. He was born sermon "Launch Out Into the SMYRNA ML42ONARYDAP1T D Union Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
BAPTIST Worship, Training ,
In Bradford County on Sept.
he was a truck driver and a beep II Evening
memberof the Congregational 21, 1899 and had lived In Law Monday.Youth Choir 7p.m., 133 W. Pratt St. Sunday Sarrtces Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 0:30. Evening Worship 7:30. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Worship Worship, -James ajn.Shaw pia-
Holiness. Church. tey once his retirement five Lottie Moon Group, at church : Sunday School. 10 a.m. Union I :I:5: ..m.; Morning[Worship LeRoy Dalrymple. Pastor BROOKER for
Surviving are his wife,Evelyn years ago from the Florida 7:30: p.m. Preaching 11 a.m. Training; U- II wn.; Evening_ Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor 'h'
Raulerson Grlffls of Starke,one State Prison, where he was TuesdayHelen Masters nlon. 5:43: pun. Evening Wor- 7130: p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ship Services, II a.m. and 7 '
daughter Mrs. Barbara Kirkland employed as a correctional of- Group 9:30: a.m., Ida Darby ship, 7 p.m.EveJ'70n8welcome.! Sunday, School 10 a.m. Morn- P.m. Training Union, A p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
Lawtey; two brothers ficer. He was an Elder In the Group at home of Mrs. J.A, -Wilbur Dy..., pastor. Wpa7tor"Rev. Robert West. lOll Worship./ 11 a.m.: Evening Rev. Lacy Conway, Pastor BROOKER, FLA.
Sam and George Grlffls both First Christian Church of Griffin 2:30 p.m.; Lorena Ep Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday -
Starke and a member of Ma- Meeting, 7:30p.m.: Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
of Starke; and two sisters Mrs. person Group at home of Mrs. CHURCH OF GOD
Jane Cole, North Carolina and sonic Lodge No. 82, Ralford. Merritt Williams 3 p.m.; OF PROPHECY. BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Superintendent.TrallllngUn.
Mrs. Rita Caucus Lochloosa. Surviving are his wife Mrs. Young Musicians Choir 3:30-: Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn Worship, II a.m. and 7 nlon. 8:43: p.m. Lowell Douglas.
Worship, U a.m. Training Director. Worship Services 11
Funeral services were held Fronle Crews Lawtey; one p.m.; Girls In Action 4:15p.m.; lag Worship, U 1 ajn. YourwPeQple'a ing MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
at 1 p.m. Sunday In Jones Me- son Spencer Crews, Jacksonville Brownloe Group at homo of Service 1 p.m. Union, 7 p.m. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday pjn.Rev.. John Ross pastor. ajn. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw music .
two sisters Mrs. E.A. Mrs. ship 1 p.m. Wednesday Night School, 11 a.m. Morning Warship director. ,
morlil: Chapel with Rev. Elbert ; M.A. Payne; Ethel Biggs Evangelistic Service 7 pun. .
Sapp New River, and Mrs. service: 7:30: p.m. Everyone ,, 8 pm. Training Union } ;
Knight officiating.: Intermentwas Group at home of Mrs. Ver- Wednesday Prayer Meeting EVERGREEN BAPTIST
W.1I. Richardson Jacksonville; non Silcox, 7:30 Come and worship welcome.L.L. 7 P.m. Evening Worship. HEILBRONN BAPTIST '
tiElv CH..J'J'tIe'trJ.; i : p.m. 7:30: pan Highway 135 Northwest of
and two grandchildren. Wednesday Family Night with us. Parker pastor Wednesday, -7:30 Prayer Ser Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m. CHURCH! HIGHWAY 16 N.
Funeral services were held Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer Meeting, -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastr vices Morning Worship 11:15.: Sun- Sunday ;:School 9:45 a.m.
CARD OF THANKS at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday In the R.A. Meeting, 6:30: p.m.Teach- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper. Pastor, day Night Service, 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship, II. Training
May we take this method of First ChrUttan Church with ers and Officers Meeting, 7:15: GREATER BETHLEHEM Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Union 6:30: .m. Evening Service -
thanking our friends and relatives JC. Brown minister, and Dr. p.m.; Church Choir Practice, FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II ajn. Pr- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 pjn. Rev. Albert Knight t. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
for their kind expressions William R. Crews officiating. 8:15.: Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday. Services (Booster Band. Young School, 9:45: : ajn.; Service, 7:30.:
of sympathy in our recent Interment was In Dekle Cemetery Thursday Music Makers School, 9:30: : Morning Worship People and Prayer Service), 6 Morning Worship, II.EvenIng pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy How*.

bereavement. These Lake Butler with DeWitt Choir Practice, 3:30: p.m.; Visitation D.; League, 4pjn, Service, p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Worship, 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer LAURA CHURCH pastor.
thoughtful acts have been a C. Jones Funeral Home In 7 p.m. 6 PLBI. -- Rev. Jasper WUliama Midweek Service, Wednesday. Meeting and Bible Study 7 BAPITST
great source of comfort In our charge. Masonic rites were W.A. Hogan pastor pester 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday School, 9:45 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST ..
sorrow, and will always remain conferred at the graveside Pastor. G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone orshlp, II a.m.Evening
cherished Worship. 7:30: p.m. Mid-
The family of Mrs. Lucille BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE BAPTIST CHURCH week Bible Study, Wednesday, 1404 E. Bessent Road

Lovell; G.L. Lovell. husband CEMETERY WORKINGAT Sunday School 9:45: : ; Morning Sunday School, 9:45;' Morning (Highway HOPE( 100 at Theressa) 7:30: pm.Be Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
In church m. Sunday Scrx" |I. 10 a.m. Sac-
and the W.C. Ward BEULAH CHURCH Sunday.
family Worship at II; Church Training Worship, 11; Junior and Senior Sunday School10 ajn.MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH raiaeht, .
There will be a working of 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; MYF groups, 6 p.m. Worship II a.m. Train Sunday Service:Sunday School Frank Jarvls pastor. 6p.m.Monday Mia 7:30
the 'Beulah Church's old Clay Evening Worship, 7:30. Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal ing Union 6:30: p.m. ; Even- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, Tuesday-. Primary p.m.4:30
Cancer Fund County; Cemetery on Saturday Monday Youth Choir Prac- / 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Ing Worship 7:15: : p.m. 10:45: : a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 Wednesday Relief Society:pun., ..
Oct. 23. tice, Children's Choir Practice, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night prayerSer- p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 .
Awards Given To get to the cemetery from 7 p.m. 7:45. vices 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. CHURCH.MACCLENNY D. Branson, Branch .
SR-21 take the Turkey Trot Tuesday Mission Friends -DeWitt T. Farabe. Jr.LAWTEY Packham, pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mass,. 12 noon. Holy President. -
Road Gate Just north of the Girls In Action, Acteens 3:30: 3ay Mass, 5:30: p.m.
To Workers Black Creek Bridge Just before p.m. CONGREGATIONAL.

the Beulah Church. Wednesday Family Night -- ------------- ---- -- ---------
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The gate will be open from HOLINESS CHURCH r---- ,
Bradford Countlans gave Supper, 6:30: ; Prayer Meeting Sunday School 9:45 a.m.;
funds to fight cancer In excess 8a.m.< It cannot be left open. 7:30: ; Adult Choir Practice, Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth
of the $3,600 goal set for 1971 8:30.: 7:30 Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship I CSTOPCAUTIONGOThe I I II J '
Thursday Visitation :
It was revealed Friday at a Grills Reunion 7 P.m.Tuesday. ;
Bradford Cancer Society: ; lunch- p.m.Denton Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Sumrall pastor -- II J ;
eon at the Garden Restaurant. P.m. .T '
Some late funds have also Set At RaiConi -Rev. WB. Chauncey pastor. ..r'r+ :
been contributed which will BAYLESS HICHW\Y BAPTISTSunday 1 / u .

rminr Gus Kopelousos toward the 1972 and Brian Koal. (Dick The) descendants and Easter Grlffls of Richard will School 10 a.m.Church Wor- GRACE BAPTISTCIIUHCIISTARKE r .J .f I' 4 "
11 f
Hamilton thanked those helping hold a family reunion Sunday ship Service 6:30 a.m. Evening rl' lfl'jJ1r E EI IIIIII
with the 1971 crusade of the Oct. 17, at the home of Mr. training Worship 7:30.: : p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning V f/ {) I
Bradford County; Chapter of the and Mrs. Bobby Hampton of WednesdayPrayer Meeting Worship at II. Training \ 1 '"/
American Cancer Society. Ralford. Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- t r:;;
Bradford County cancer fund All friends and relatives of 7:30: p.m. RobinsonST. ship, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer I ,
workers were praised by Jim Invited to tend Rev. J.D. Meeting, 7:30.: --Rev. Leon T. / '

Catlett state representative or All friends and relatives are Odom, Jr., pastor. signal light U man's guide to center tiaxcl Hun

the American Cancer Society. Invited to attend. Bring a bas MARK'S EPISCOPAL He, they puled only .n.* they me obeyed.Tliu I .
Catlett spoke briefly on the ket lunch to be eaten on the .
CHURCH, STARKE AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH liiMe ((4 Gull' Signal 1 Light unit, KUiile for man'- ;
educational phase of the cancer grounds. .. Mom-i, ...
drive. From Starke, follow"'SR.16 ,Holy Eucharist I.tand 3rd Sunday School, 10 a.m. ; t I'lIlh l through life '.' ,- -, ,- "
Sundays II Morning ing Worship II Evening .
Kopelousos and Hamilton,co- west to SR-199 and follow it Prayer, 2nd, 4th a.m.and 5th Sun- Worship, 7 p.m.a.m.; Wed.; Prayer "Tl'lf II''I/IH' / n lump,, }' 'until nut!, tut.f amt,, n In/lit/' mil",
chairman of the 1971 BC can- to Ralford. day, II a.m. Church School 9:45: Meeting and Bible Study, I ,my pnrt.I } "." Ifr .
cer drive, presented awards to
a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet- I riil'Ciiitrll stud I)' of (:lotl'ii word we leant Hi will for i ; t .
Mrs. Richard Carter Mr. and i
-John M. Flynn Rector I- Monday 7
p.m. ,
every loud of
Mrs. Jim Temple, Mrs.George G.F.: Prevatt pastor. Everyone "Hi' life and Ho \\ill In |puthe' rlghteouue.iATTI.XD !
it wonderfaf ; nil'KCHThi .
Shuford Don Hill Mrs. Joan Crondmau a Welcome.
Hurst, Mrs. Frances Jenkins person but every time medical e e e
and Mrs. Margaret DeSue. & dense validates on* o/ Word from the old hometown I I ,,.'
Special awards were pre- her old-timty folk remidlet' f it that, like larger communities ST. STARK OLIC .,E1V Tyf -- f
sented to Miss Lillian Slump! ski growl mart 'irwu////"rot>lf it wants on urban CHURCH. ,
and the co-chairmen. imug. criiii but can't afford it. Father James Cregan,pastor. f'
s eFPL's Saturday Ma... 7 p.m.Sunday e: '1.
Ma... 10 a.m. Holy Dty Mass :. : f

7 p.m. '
Confessions -- Saturday 6 $ I

P.m.School of Religion: "0I1 .

Grade School -. Sunday 11 1 hutch i is Cod I oppomttd agency in Mm world t
new booklet a.m. to 12 noon. 'for spreading the knowledge of Hit love for man and
High School -- I .
of Hit demand for mon to respond 'to .that love by
7 to 8p.m. I loving hit ,ntighbor. Without, (hit, grounding in the *. r t
EPISCOPAL I lovt of Cod or or of lift, I II
"How to economize and ST. MARK'S no govirnmint witty woy
CIIUnCH. STARKE I will, long ptrttvtit ond 'the freedoms. which, wt hold I II
Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd to dear will, intvitobly, perish Thtitfort, even 'from .seas/
Sundays, 10 a.m. Morning Prayer I o iilflih point' of/ view, ont should supped' Iht Church ..
still get more benefits 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday, I for tilt sake of' the cellar of himself and hit family I l (

10 Beyond that however, every person should uphold
a.m.John M. lynn, Rector t participate', in the' Church because "il '.lIsth. 'truth I

from major about' man's lift death and ditliny); the truth' which l
your STARKE CHURCH t 1 alont will, set! him .nee to live at a child, of. God ( ,

electric Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship 1I c...... ... So..
appliances. Services, II tim and f

6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wednesday I I
7 p.m. Ladles Bible
This is but one page of the economy Class, Thursday II a.m.Church !

booklet now available, free of charge, located ope block west on SR ------------- --- -- .- ----------

at your appliance dealers or =-=- 16._..J.P.H. Bell mlnl.terPIl.l':1II1 .
; FPL office. !:!!!
1=1=11' if! : L CONGREGATIONAL STARKE "66"

RANGES Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor- SERVICE

Iw.", ning Worship II a.m. Youth
Usih, : Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- JCti EST Kill EdwrrrJrt. |'th. 964-7231
ship 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy ;

I I.. Milliard, pester C:) ONTROL tire Truing
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Headlight Adjusting
AND 51111R\ t tank It..h .. ., CIL
8 pNpr"
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\ kwon .. Scrvic
: Brake
IhHrM & Weldon St.
MOW 10 EOttf'S fROM so"eMrya ""r Ralford Road -
MORE \ ep.,.. : :: Charles Thomas, pastor.' Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111 Wheel l llalane and
GET r ::; ? s"', Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning ,
7. Even :3.19;: E. Call St. Stark. ." ... Alignment
'OR "' 7p.m.Tavfdajeight
fA&. A d".w, M m' ,Nana'''" '''e '''''d ing. ,7:30. 24.HR. WRECKER SERVICE
i FREE '
Phone 964.5715 for AR SERVICE
a.,... ,."" { !
SI_. Hlwmy 31( and 100
Mri wrlo" ..
(1 11' "" "," ''''rei 100 NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Inspection and Estimates AU Minor Repair
f.li -= fly '"""",'Int :: 6unw Of rAaroIota .4 CHURCH tlO 8. T..,.. Starke
'S' a kpet; beeAppl.1 617 N. Temple An. Starke
a., t, II"" ', lnh -Of Intersection of Highways 16
I ea bl"r -'' (North and 225 Rev Wayne
: : :':; '' '.04 Wells pastor.

s Sunday School, 9:45: Morning BRADFORD
-. ... p ben, food. EDWARDSGrocery
--,. "'"" .. Service at 1l. Evening Service
: .. "", .. ....
"""'ffe ......., ., ,."" IttoIo4 7:30. Wednesday Service, 7:30: SUPPLIES Inc. ABSTRACT CO. .'
and Market
.. p.m.
1 ::::: ,
'li :01':100" :'It"- II'', Feed Ifetlcr Service For Your
Groceries' Meat.
) -
M4 ..... Ie Vesturing
.V ..... ,., ..... CHURCH
M4,.,. ;
....,, ...... .. .". ""-k. ., Sunday School 10:00 a.m..
." --.ffe "1P4 ,..,.. eMAaY/ fa Morning Worship 11:00: a.m..' 8oortl* Good Jack and Gladys Edward Abstract "
rMtN ee ,ray ..:::: rAU rM w '; Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
D Nn' .".k.l -1to4 L.. lit.. is eS Wednesday. Everyone welcome U. S. 301 South Stark. Till InnuraiK
-i et",. .... --'Int"' Check With Va FlrsfZlt
__ M Hay(. "Qq n't "nn/ non/' '''lfis' Rev. Robert Halston, Pastor. W.'dq" SI. 4-5270 PHONE "".1311 15* \\". Call Ph. fil.1881

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1\- Father James Cregan,pastor.
S DI 'O Saturday Mass, 7 p.m. Sunday Owed By Tbo. W* &rt* la tw.lv N rih.ast Florida. Mantles) MHlf4a. O.r Msara UT* lUU r, '.
b Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass
7 P.m. Confessions, Saturday 6 1R1Setrlail."- .,..... Hl"kta-..... 47t-4f
School of Religion -- High ,
School, Sunday, 7 to 8 P.m.

Page 14 Tell'.ranh' hrt. H. 1971 ,

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:: [,i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE -! I Slain Men May Have Been 'I

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ij Involved In Prior Break in

Keystone e Hilites ?

. e A possible connection betweenan
> I 'bII. earlier attempted break-In

Pl.... Call 473.3288; er 473-4182 of Belote's Drug Store about ,

OMANS CLUB instructions 3:50: a.m. last Friday, and Sunday -
every other Wednesday
There U. still time to make beginning October 13. nlghfs holdup-kidnapping-
.rvations for the luncheon robbery that resulted In the

ni card party to be held on COMMUNITY CHURCH death of two ;young men, Is

Y, October IS at noon at The Community, Church Wo- being Investigated by Clay
:. line Iubhouse. Mrs. Arthur men's Circle authorities.
meeting. will be
: In
will accept reservation held :1 the meanwhile,Sheriff Jennings -
Ketch Monday. October 18 with
413-4300. Tickets are$1.25 plus the exception of the Madon- fp fp'W11el1tn Murrhee said that a ouroner's -
Inquest will be held Into
tax. nas which will be held October
on -
the deaths of Carlos
1 FISH FRY 20. Meeting places will Cone h < la..i +Qx rxw
Hawes 21 of Gainesville
I The Woman Club wIIllpon- be as follows: Circle #1 meets David
itor a "Cedar Key" fish fry with Mrs. T.L. Norwood Circle Hann Bozeman 20, of
Ion Friday October 22 from #'2 with Mrs.Aughtry Vance. Waldo who died as a result of

5:30: to 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mn. Circle f 3 with Mrs. David Peters bullet wounds In the processof

I Azzle William will be In charge Circle *4 with Mrs. B. an attempted dope-and- e -a1I

I of the supper. The menu. will Christoflers, Sr..Circle*5 with money robbery Sunday night.
Date for the
Fresh caught fish from Mrs. Inquest has not
I be: Kelly Greeson. Rebeccas
Cedar Key, hush puppies,grit. with Mrs. K. Cooper and the been set, pending receipt of I
a pathology; and autopsy report
I slaw, baked bean and assorted Madonnas will meet at the
dessert coffee and tea. Church with Mrs. Pat Rabb the sheriff said.

Ticket will be $1.50 IncluWng and Mrs. Pam Homer a* hos Hervey County Deputy; Walter
available from club said yesterday that It
tax and are tesses. Please attend your Cir Is
member and also available at cles and possible the two robbery
support Circle
;your attempts were the work of "the
leaders. Enjoy the devotional same group" since
W. B. Belote, Keystone Heights drug store owner, left, and his 16 I
prepared by the devotional lead- to be the same In both
PHONE ers. h4h"J .r cases." ;year old son Kenny, who was held hoilige. Is at right with Police
The new phone number for BAZAAR k Chief Walter Muhlhofer
The Friday Incident failed
Woman' Club 1 I. 473-3553.
the The Community; Church Wo 1'A'A'Ay I when an attompt was made to

DUPLICATE BRIDGE men are looking forward to a enter Belote's Drug Store Both men wore stockings over was still lying on the living of Swan Lake. Mr. Hawes Is

for Tuesday October very successful bazaar this through a washroom window, their faces, gloves on their room floor. Hearing the shot, a Gainesville automobile dealer -
6 were: First, Mrs. GayLlvlng.ton ;year to be held November 5 tply,' y ; touching off a "silent alarm'* hands, and scarves wrapped and realizing what had happened and Mrs. Hawes Is the
and Mrs. Raymond from 9 to 6. Many booths are connected to Belote's house around their heads and necks. he seized a 30-callber former Pansy Cone of Starke.

Second Mrs. W.Bea.ley being planned and articles being about two blocks away. Belote told the sheriff that carbine and ran to the drug It has been reported that the
Starnes .
; and Mrs. Val Given made by the members to Belote went to the store Immediately both Intruders waved their pistols store, the sheriff said. boy has not lived with his par-

Third Mrs. W.J. Grollck and; sell at the booths Mrs. Thomas but found no one about, cocking them repeatedly According to officers, Billy ents since he was 17 or 18
Mr Gregory the Chairman wad Inside. He did note a car parked while demanding to hid near the store's back door years old.Bozeman.
F.T. Hogue Fourth "
Rowland Bryan ;and Mrs.. C. Co-Chairman, Mrs. Barry lry- p on the street, with three persons know, "Where Is the money? behind a garbage receptable, Is the son of Mr.
man are pleased with theftlne In It, but while he was Belote said he told them that and when he saw the masked and Mrs. Robert Bozeman of
V. Horne. October turn out of members at the Inspecting the Inside of the the money was at the drug man and his brother emerge Waldo, but is said by officers
Winners for Thursday, workshops held each Wednesday tore, the car pulled off. store, but said that his wife from the store with cartons to have been living with a sister -
Raymond 8 were:Starnes First, Mr.Second and There are so many love- ---_. b. Police Chief Wally Muhlho- had the keys and was out of of drugs, he shot Hawes, who in Waldo.

Mrs. ; ly Items being made and the fer said the car was a ;yellow town. fell with the revolver In his Murrhee said that neither of
Miss Iva Klllyer and Mrs. R. members who do not sew are Happiness Dodge Charger, but the license The men began tying; the Be- hand. the men had been charged with
Third Mrs.W.J. Gro- Homecoming e
P. Vogh; C.W. busy stuffing Items and helpIng number was not obtained. lotes up, and the druggist later Murrhee said the two gun- any serious offenses In Clay
and Mrs. Hardy
llck In other ways so there has Sunday's tragic events started revealed the location of the men systematically ransackedthe County and there Is no record
Fourth W.J. Grollck and C. Miss AnnIe Cardenas above crown.d HomecomIng
been work for anyone who was > about 9:25: Sunday night as keys. Belote home during the of drug charges against either
W. Hardy. wished to come down and help. Queen of Keystone High In halftime ceremonies Belote and his two sons, Billy Officers said that Hawes took period they were in control, to his knowledge.

NEW LIBRARY HOURS The luncheon Chairman, Mrs. Friday night. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Eddie 21, and Kenny 16, were watch- the keys and forced Kenny piling guns near the door to Deputy Harvey said that Bozeman -
Raymond Ferris with .her CoChairman Cardenas of Koystono. Ing television In the living room the ;younger Belote son Into be removed when Hawes returned was Jailed briefly last
Hours for the Clay County
In Keystone Heights; having been making Her attendants wore Miss Kendall/ Tumor senior of their home on Nightengale the family car. Before leav- from the drug store. year after he persisted In
Library plana for the lunch to be served Street. ing the house, Hawes told Bozeman "l.inglng around"
killed Instantly Keystone
Neither man was -
are now: Monday, 10 to 6 p. class; Miss Jeannl Wilcox, junior class; Miss Cindy to stay with Belote and the
from 11:30: to 1:30: and we know Sheriff Murrhee said that one and both were carriedto High School after he no longer
m., Tuesday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m., Fowler sophomore class and Miss Lisa freshman older with Instructions to
Eland nan.
with the careful planning of of the gunmen "Just walked In" the University; Medical Cen- had any connection with the
Wednesday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mrs. Farris and herCo-Chalr- class. the front door of the home and kill them If they gave him trou- ter In Gainesville. Bozeman school. lie was released on bond

Thursday 10 ajn. to 5 p.m., man, Mrs. Roy Turknett, It -- -- ordered all three occupants to ble, according to the sheriff. died there Just after midnight, the same day.

Friday. 10 10 a.m. to to 6 6 p.m., win be a delicious luncheon.We j r Two K ystoneB""E's" | lie on the floor, then signaleda Murrhee said that Belote lying and Hawes died early Monday In recalling the Incidents of
Saturday a.m.
p.m. are hoping that everyone companion to enter. on the floor, began complaining morning. Sunday night Kenny Belote
The new Book Return, a gift will be looking forward to Fri- of a chest pain and said, "We were both together
from the Friends of the Library day November 5. j Cost Victims Over $400 j I told Bozeman he thought he Officers are puzzled that no when we came out of the backdoor
has been Installed at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH abandoned has been found
was having a heart attack. The car (of the drug store). I
the Library for the conven- RUMMAGE SALE Two Keystone Heights homes had left the screen door unlocked druggist asked to be allowedto In the Keystone area and think saw my brother get and I

ience of those who cannot return The Community; Church Wo- were broken into Saturday night as they were expectingtheir KEYSTONE HEIGHTS lie on a bed In an adjoining this possibly Indicates there saw him aiming. Then he up shot."
the books during Library and early Sunday morning witha home momen- was a third Involved who
men are holding a RummageSale daughter Lawrence Carroll room, and Bozeman com- person J Kenny< said his kidnapper ordered -
hours. resulting loss of more than tarily. Rev. pas Belote the was to drive the get-away car.
on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd plied, leaving on him to stuff a quantity
of October. Mrs. Thelma Wallace $400 In cash. The second entry took placeat tor.Sunday bed while he started ransacking Mrs. Belote says It Is fortunate of drugs In a bag. "lie didn't
GOLF COURSEAt Chairman has The first B & E took place the home of Mr. and Mrs. School 9:45: ; Morning the house In search of that she was not at homeat
act and told
requested me not
the Luncheon-Business that October 20 Items at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Massa about 4:45 a.m. Worship at lt!; Church Train money. the time of the harrowing be "
on to a hero the boy said.
Meeting of the Ladies Golf Association of clothing and other articles Ben Mizell on Brooklyn Lake Sunday when the Intruders entered ing. 6:30: ; Evening:; Worship Once In the bedroom Belote events "I would probably have Belote said about 175 syringes -

of the Keystone:j' be', brought to-the.Youth Build. In the area behind the drivein through the front door 7:30.Monday: managed to get out his pocket gotten excited or hysterical and and needles and a; bag
Heights Golf and Country Club ing next to the Educational theatre about 8:30: p.m. Saturday either picking the lock or findIng Youth Meeting' ,,7 knife and' cut his bonds.' He blown the whole I thing" she full of drugs-- ,mostly "ups

24 members were present and Building of the Church and those The Mlzells were sitting the door accidentally left p.m. Youth Choir,Family said yesterday. and downers"-- tranqulllzers
Wednesday Night then loaded a 20-guage dou- ,
one guest The Grandmother'sTrophy in their living room and unlocked.The "Fortunately I decided about
wishing to bring things aheadof and
awakenedby covered dish. 6 p.m. WMS ble-barreled shotgun from his 6 o'clock afternoon to sleeping
was presented by Mrs. were not aware of the Intruders Massas were Sunday
time take them to the
removed from
may pills, were the
W.H. Redfearn, Sr. to Mrs. homes of Mrs. Thomas Gre- until they heard a loud their dogs and found one of group meetings, Auxiliaries, collection of several firearm visit our daughter, Suzle In drug cabinet shelves.
J.D. Henderson and the Granddaughter's noise at the rear of the house. Mrs. Massas' handbags missing and Brotherhood 6:45; Hour Murrhee said that Bozeman Gainesville and when I returned
Trophy to 18 baler gory or will Mrs. Ketch Upon Investigating, they found from the living room,whereit of Power, 7:30: ; Adult Choir apparently heard the metallic later that night it was all over." Hawes graduated In 1969 from
and they be brought to the Keystone Heights High School
Mr. E.T. Martin and 9 ho- Youth October that Mrs. Mlzell's wallet, containing had been left on the floor. Practice, 8:30.Thuraday: click as Belote closed the shot- She says that she passed the
Building 20. ( friends
on where he known to
Sunday School gun and came to the bedroomto was
ler $114 In and ambulance carrying of the
Mrs. Don Wallace. cash a number The front door was open one
Winners of play for the day HERE N' THERE of credit cards, licenses, etc. the thieves had already made Teachers and Officers meeting, Investigate, with his pistol men to the hospital on her way as Belote Thomas lIawes.school lie mates and Hilly

were: 18 hole group, first low Mrs. Naomi Patzer Is home was missing. They believe that their get-away. Another handbag 7:30: p.m. pointed The In front of him. home, and said to herself "I the were 8th grade when Billy until -

net, Gloria Rawlings second from Riverside Hospital and is the noise was made when the was left behind but the The Young People met Monday standing sheriff behind said the that Belote wonder what has happened in left K1IS to enroll at Bradford

low net, Mildred Sutton and few recuperating following surgery. Intruders stumbled over a step- money had been removed from night with Paul Limo bringing Bozeman door shot Keystone now?" High School In Starke. lie was
est putts, Sue Dwyer. Her brother and sister-in-law, down at the kitchen door and It. the devotional. An hour of fun load In the chest with a Hawes who lives In Gaines- not aware that tile man he
of No. 3
Winners In the 9 hole group Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rheas of fell against the screen. They; Total cash lost by Mrs. Mas- and fellowship was enjoyed; before In the meantime shot. Billy had ville and has no known em- had shot was Ilawos I( until the

were: first low net. Dottie Ft. Pierce are with her while sa was around $300 which Joining together for Youth ployment, Is the adopted son stocking mask was removed.
Parks second In Llonella funds managed to free himself feltWheeler of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Hawes
low net, Nancy she I Is recuperating. Included $40 Choir Practice.Our .
O'Donoghuefewest putts, Alice Bill Leonard hosted the 1st Services Held Most of the balance was col-
Niebert. lections from her Avon Agency -
Annual Golf Tournament ---- -
Beginning October 14 the sponsored For Mrs. McAdamsIn The missing handbagwas pastor left Thursday for
by the Florida LIq-
Tenth Anniversary Golf Tour- uor Dealers Association recently KeystoneMrs. found later by the Masses Lake Yale to serve Youth as Retreat Camp Leads KH
Pastor for a
nament will be the outside wall
presented to at the Keystone Golf and In a planter on First Church
for the Baptist
the winner In memory of Lind- Country Club. Winners from Edith S. McAdams, 78, of their home. of Brooksvllle. He will be backIn
say Walker. This will be match No arrests have been made
Keystone Heights were: Bob of Keystone Heights died Mon- Morning.
the pulpit Sunday
play and will continue for three and Martha Hayes Charlie day, Oct. 4, in a Gainesville In either case.

weeks. Head Huntley Redfearn, Sr. hospital after an extended Ill-
Bridge Chairman Mildred and Jim and Fran Chesslngton. ness. She was a native of Ire- Miss Debbie* /Hose/by/ Two young men of our church, To Homecoming

Sutton will begin giving Bridge Dinner was served and prizes land. Sgt. Paul Kautmann Paul Limo and Larry Carroll
will be on Channel \12's "Its
and favors were awarded. Surviving are her husband
-Seeae Se _. James W, McAdams, Keystone To Wed SaturdayThe Academic" this Saturday even- -

SPECIAL LETTER FROM THE Heights; four daughters Mrs. Ing at 5:30: p.m. along with Peter

S.E. MCKAY' MAYOR'S OFFICE TO THE Elizabeth Tracy, Bof( on, Conn.; Haselby wedding to Sgt of Paul Miss Kaufmann Debbie Morgan of Keystone Rick Wheeler led Keystoneto t
STATE OF CALIFORNIA Mrs. Ruth Height A* many of you know,
REALTORKeystot Adamy; Manchester USAF, will be held Saturday. their first victory of the
To the State of California; Conn.; Mrs. Priscilla Bruno. Oct. 16 at 3 p.m. at the Prince: our boy from Keystone Heights season Friday night, amassing
Htt. 4734816HOMESACREAGES The Mayor's office of Keystone West Hartford Conn.; and of Peace Lutheran Church In won two successive times and 186 yards on 25 carries
Heights writes few let Mrs. Lois Popoff, Andover will be on again soon to match and two TDs in a 24-6 home-
ters that are not requested' Conn.; three sisters, Mrs. Orlando with a reception following their abilities with another coming victory over the Tren-
demanded by Its constituen Margaret Williamson, and In the court yard. team. The second show In which ton Tlcrers. ? !
This one Is written out of love Mrs. Nanette McIlvane, both of All friends of the couple are they won will be televised two

RENTALS and appreciation for two people Keystone Heights; Mrs. Eliza- Invited to attend. weeks from this Saturday. 1f
who have asked for no beth Stevenson, Old Greenwich The Indians now stand 1-2-1

Hr.. M.lba !,..? 4714740Col > favors or privileges from Conn.; ten grandchildren, and .. ._... In the, while Suwannee Trenton's River Conference : mark-

J. Ch.lnton 4Tl. neighbors or friends. three great-grandchildren.
4 671 I jI-:?
L. J. Robin.on 471.1041 I Louis and Dell Kyle have Funeral services were held In fell to 1-3 with the loss. '

P..I C... 47,1.4056eaeaaSea i shared twenty; ;years Of their Jones Memorial Chapel, Keystone News --1
exemplary and cheerful livesIn Heights at 3 p.m.Thursday Robin Henderson started the

our midst. They have givenSSSKWSSSftWSSfto Oct. 7, with Robert Harper I By Helen Egan coring for Keystone as he 1 1f
and Edward Ellsdon officiating. snared a Tiger pass and gal- p.v

Interment was In the Keystone AN APOLOGY mi and Dade County, leader loped 65 yards to pay-dirt.; The

Heights Cemetery under direction About two weeks ago, when hada meeting and 'voted to PAT attempt failed and Keystone .

of Jones Funeral Home of news was breaking! fast allover make the recommendation of led 6-0 with 6:16: remaining -

V h How To Keystone Heights. this area, and clubs and organizations I the Senior Citizen Council In the first period.

THrsr44WAY were at breakneck known and pass them on to
speed to get their programsgoing Keystone then built up an 18-0
Get There! many Floridians through a conference
of themselves so that othersIn halftime advantage when Larry
so did that ever pesky held In Orlando last
our town could enjoy life virus bug catch up with this month. This effort on the part Turknett took a \12-yard pass
more abundantly. What more reporter and put her aside so of local leaders Is to enable from Henderson with 5:39: left f
Is there to ask or to receiveor missing"New* In the half and Wheeler ran three .
that there was a the few Florida delegate to the --------- ----
in the
; to ? with only 24 seconds
say Notes Column" last week. Sorry ;yards
White House Conference on Nov.
right direction Louis and Dell are leaving It was a great disappointment 28 to be better prepared to remaining on the clock. The -foot Bobby Hunter hauls In a Henderson pats for a .

on the footprints In Florida sand. We to the writer and the speak up and make known their runs for the points after failed first down.

;>? .right road la are happy they have bequeathedto best that can be done In a review problems and to seek solutions. In each case.Wheeler In Taylor ounty next week
Vale. to gettine us to cherish and to follow. of what many organizations A thirteen point agenda, with was out In the third subs tain an offensive drive. while Trenton entertains In-

where We can assure the State of : did and to summarize no. 14 added by our own Joe period, while neither team could Trenton closed the gap to 18-6 Urlachen.
you want to California that It gaining two what's coming up. Kerrigan, were points askedof In the fourth period on a 2-yard
r..4 aolIf people who know how to make state Representativein pass from Beach tQ Gentry.

prints that others want to fol- SENIOR CITIZENS CLUBIt Florida every to support and DEFEND KHHTeamToCompete STATISTICS
low. They have touched our was real busy meeting and the RIGHTS of Senior Wheeler then erased any fears Trenton KH!
your destination la financial. security the) lives so sincerely that we know social hour of the Bradford Citizens. On of inJury as he engineered a First Downs 8 12

...,. 'way to let there fastest to via a savings account you will want their presence County; Club on Sept 28. There According to t the October AA three-play 78 yard drive by Yds gained. R.-8 213
.U tale Bank. Every .....t 1* another nilUla for many ;years to come. was much planning\ and reportto RP Bulletin, Dr. Arthur Flem- It's AcademicThree picking up three. 68, and: then Yds gained P. 150 28

..... the RIGHT Illrec OlL Farther speeding City of Keystone Heights do, of which the Keystone ming, chairman of the White seven ;yards on the three plays. PC PA PI 19-34-3 4-11-0

r procreM .Ii the .liberal. ..te.rSM now palel Florida Height members are vitally House Conference on Aging Interviewed Fumbles L. I I
y-o -rla. NOW I Ray Starnes, MayorA Interested In the programs. In Washington Keystone Heights High Bobby humor led the Key- Yds Penal. 30 35
Start regarding
arviag. Many; of the seniors of this book students will compete on Channel stone defense which Intercepted -
a being published -
youth"group has been organized should be If they are three passes and held Trenton Trenton 0006-6
area, In regard t 0 this con \12's "It's Academic" this
by the First Baptist not at present concern themselves ference. Saturday Oct. 16, at 5:30: p.m. to minus eight yards rushing Keystone 62\ 0 0.24
Church under the direction of with what lay people with seven unassisted tackles -
against a.team from Paxon High
It to
was new many newcomers -
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Rev. Lawrence CarrolL All are endeavoring to do for their to this sunshine state School of Jacksonville. and six assists. Henderson 65 Interceptionreturn

youth of the community; are Invited welfare and Interest. A* reported that many years ago In the (Odck failed)

Member FJXLC. Keystone Heights,, Fla. to attend each Monday In the Congress of Sen- Miami area, the mall was car- The three are: Larry Car Keystone was without the K- Turknett\ pass from Hen
evening at 7:30 pjn. ior Citizens Miami Journal, at ried by a "The Barefoot Mall- roll son of the Rev and Mrs. services of four starters Friday derson (run failed)
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Open house .at the P.T.A. major "conferences Social A- man" which I* a book, placedin Lawrence Carrol; Paul Limo night; Paul Lelno Rob K. Wheeler 3 run (run failed)

Community. meeting Thursday evening, Oct- genies Heads and Bureaucrats the Bradford County LibraryCon't. son of Mr.and: Mrs.U.G. Lelno Dazey, Steve Byrd and Rick TGentry 2 pass from Beach
"- ober 14 at 8 pjn. Come and dominate these conferences" and fete Morgan son of Mr. Davis (kick failed.)
meet your child' teacher. To enable the ..nlora. the Mia ( on next Page) and Mrs. Donald Morgan Keystone travels to Pier son 'I- Wheeler 7 run (kick failed)

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by The Bradford Senior Cltl- Masonic( Temple Chapter Room 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
lens Club members In memory Eastern Star meeting. Past and CLASSIFIED AD RATES 841 ft. on Hwy.; 58,600,00 Cash HELP WANTED-FemaleNon- FOR RENT- bedroom trailer

of the late Everett Prescott. present Grand Officers, Representatives Minimum cWf .... .1.71 Call BUI Powell, Brokr '. 964- profit agency desires mature central heat, air eone!. Avatlabte FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bedroom JIMMY MOORE'S
and Committee 6464 or 964-6810 lady to conduct Telephone Surrey until June 15, 1972. trailer outside city; limits
(Covert IS words'
EASTERN STAR Members will be honored. ) from home. Reply 'to P.O. Call 533-2366 after 6 p.m. J.B. White, 964-6114, 11 SUN SPORTS
The first Fall meeting of the October 20 at 10 a.m. Keystone Each word ever 15-7e BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16. Box 333 Jacksonville, Fla. tfchg no answer call 964-8799. .

Keystone chapter was held on helghta HOMEMAKERSCLUB 110 Extra Charge If not Building Lots onSR.230.Building 32201. 2 tp. 10/14 -- MOORE BOAT FOR
October 5.. with Worthy Ma- will meet for the monthly > Lots on Si[ 100. Call Bill
tron Mattie Lee Klngsbury meetings at the home of Mrs. paid la advanceCLASSIFIED I Powell, Broker, 964-6464 or FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, con YOUR MONEY
siding. Agnes Cuendet on Sand Lake. 964-6810. FOR SALERivera Cruiser crete block house near shopping ElSTlF .
The five Star Points honored Nominations and election of officers DISPLAY pontoon boat with vinyl top, center. Low down pay Starke Ph. 964-6791
Jo Reed In for 1972 Is scheduled to $1.30 Per Inch ment, terms Call Bu-
Past a FOR RENT- Furnished & un- 9-1/2 hp Kvlnrude: motor. A. easy Complete 'Outboard A
fine courtesy on her appointment take place.MELROSE. Memorial R UUofioProclamations furnlshed In luminum pontoons, $1,250. For ford Mitchell phone 964-6760,
apartments town, Drive Service and
Finance Committee P.O. Box 238 Starke. tfchg. Stern
to the RentMobile home. on Lake HOMESAVAILABLE
eta word In
WOMANS -7e. also house country. W.H.
CLUB Fiber-
of the Masonic Home In Nollman. Geneva. A.H. Lagasse, 473- Repair. Complete
St. Petersburg. Grand Worthy Will hold their regular lunch CARDS OF THANKS tfchg 4753. 3tp 10/21 glasa Repair. Custom-

Matron Mrs. Snell made eon October meeting at 20 their Club House JO words or lea ? ......I.N .r-ww ..::.::--==- POt built Fiberglass Fishing
on at The
the appointment. Mrs. Joanne noon. I N n.r til
luncheon guest speaker as announced Eaeh word ever 5 -7o CALVES FOR Sale- .-- Boats.
Roberta was the new Star .J.Faulk- -- YOUR LOT
by President Mrs. Al COMPLETE JANITORIAL Ser l L'rr.OHN .
Point of Esther, as Mrs. Janet ner, phone 468-1245, Waldo. M ILL OML fNC ,
I lay nor and Mrs. Madelene bert Backmann or Keystone 3tp 1021JMTERS'TATE vice- Carpets shampooed,
Blakeley moved to their new will be Lacey Daniels of the house trailers, windows WATER FRONT LOTS
home /In Orlando last week. Farm Bureau Federation. He NEW MOTOROLA Quasar TV, -' washed, floors scrubbed.Phone 3,500 FOR SALE
The Star Points presenting will speak on "Safety In The have 2 at a $100 saving at MOBILE. this courtesy were Ads Susie Home." Dahmers Discount. 4tchg 10/21 moving".F14, Call 116 -16OQ.Ucl1ll(. Lake Canal. Xanal? 50 feet

Gornto; Ruth Jackie Weeks October 23. Melrose Womans r------------,1 LAWTEY2 room unfurnished wide 8 feet deep) Located on

Esther, Joanne Roberts; Martha Club dinner to which public I apts. $60 mo. plus elec. Apply 1600 SO. FT. State Road 100, 3 miles West
Dorothy Koons, and Is Invited. Mrs. Ralph Stevens WATSON'S110U3E'OF'VA000MS' Mobile HomeCLEANING Bel Air Motel, Rt. 301, Lawtoy. of Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca
Electa Marlon riscoll.. In charge of arrangements. LEW'S Itp. OFLMNQAREA tion cottage, mobile home or

Many(. of tww vacuums : Service -1 1 day
month for
The Melrose Masons and their down and $35.00
a week to clean
$39.00 Used machines Exterior house
On October 28 the Homemakers rep from Washing And Iron. ((8 1/2 % simple Interest
families enjoyed a real treat Whispering Pins Mo $10. Phone 964-8114 after 5:30 "IIl\nf'l
Expert Repairs all makes. : am.
at their Kamlly dinner and Club will meet at 9:30: tel VS. SQl() S. Phone Pacts and Accessories for ..uvaeuui. Metal Roof Scaling P.O. Box 84, Starke. CALLSLADE ).
In the clubhouse. Mrs. W. 964-7701 8 to 9p.nv
ajn. Call ajn.
meeting on October 4 In the (
964.8232 *; Ruth la Centrahvacufm For Free Estimates
Masonic Temple Hall. William A. Allen, President announces I FOR SALE weekdays. tf
"cleaning: .y.teml.-712 N. : Antique oak buf-
(Koon) Wilson was Master of that> Mrs. Ruby Ashley will pre- UTILITY TRAILERS Main, Gainesville 376-7110 Call fet, exc.llenteondltion,$130.00. '
the "The Fitting LOTS FOIt SALE starke Got
lent program on I Can be
Ceremonies and gave an Inspiring CUSTOM BUILT[ seen at Terwlllegar Mo
of Panto". I & Country ,Club ready for1
talk on the work of tore Itchg.
Masonry A report was made Mrs. Elaine Ashley will be GAS AND ELECTRICWELDING FOR SALE: Slegler oil heater, DGJ 964-8437 HOME building on or for investment.
by a representative of the Masonic honored with a Baby Showerat BRAZING like new, $150.00. Includes tank Lots area approximately 1/2
Order on the new addition this meeting.FAml SHEET METAL with stand Call 964-7972. Itp. Night 964-5047 acre and larger. Paved roads
being planned for the Masonic TRAILER HITCHES PUy NOW&,SAVE SERVICES i only 3 minutes from town.
Home In St. Petersburg, Dedication INSTALLED FOR SALE Slim Gym like i Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 P.m.
of these facilities are PRESBYTERIAN new, Reasonable Phone 782- -------------- tfchg

In! November. CHURCH 3488. Itp. -
We all regret that the next Five third and fourth grade CARL BEGGS Fee Information

day, Mr. Wilson suffered an young people were honored at FOR SALE Quaker circulating: Gulf Service O.C. Carnes Nursery
Call Jacksonville
!Illness that put him In the hospital the Sunday Morning Worship 81,000 3.T.U. Duo-Therm oU heater, fan and booster$50,00. Room Air Conditioners
for a few days. Service Oct. 10 with presentation heater with blower, used two Elmer Lewis, 964-6322. Itp. VIED PARTS Touch Control Comfort Center Collect Thousands of Plants
FELLOWSHIP CLUB of Bibles. Those receiving winters. $75.00. Phone 473- 'rM Prices for Wrecked Cars Two or Three Speed Cooling >Fruit Trees Shade Trees,

Tod.luncheon regular Covered a Bible presented by 4508. Itp.INTERESTED. A Hole la .:your Roof M Roar Wrecker Servtee .e flaunts. Air Flow Control Evergreens, Camellias,
Dish and business Rev. William Neale were Jim Oil Automatic Thermttsfit EvanTemp. !Azaleas, Roses
meeting of the Club at 12:30at Booger, Judy esRrareoneCanpd OrAWIIOLE Edo targe, Wash.bl FlIer, I _. Mo** In cans Plant AnrllmoLANDSCAPING
Lions, Club. A large attendance Warren, L; IN SELLING: ALL _Vied CareHwy. r Corrosion Resistant Casings, -
>Is Important as the Gerana Summers. OR PART OF THE ACREAGE Ml N. W.l*> Models for Spatial. 'Windows
nominations for 1972 officers Officers of the Women of YOU OWN OR CONTROL? I a SEWINGMACHINE tl Ml. S.E. Starke, Hwy. 100
wUl be announced by the nominating the Church met at the home of We have In and out of State NEW 4CS1MIINSURANCE as:) low as Flonbome1'-2183

committee chairman. Geri Parsons at Camp Montgomery prospective buyers Interested .
Nominations wUl be In order on October 11. In 10 to 300 acre farms or ROOF $11900
from the floor, but anyone, making On October 12, the Fall meetIng .- ranches In Bradford County
such a nominations have toIlet of the Swannee Presbytery If you have such acreage, T& -J Roofing Co. Sales and Service The Glass Shop
the con/tent of the nominee met at 9 a.m. in Community with or without buildings, at AT RKDtJCRD: IRAT'LAUTO. '-NECCIII
for the November Luncheon Church lit Atlantic Beach. Elders a reasonable price, we wUl Phone 961;8778 raE. BOAT SLADE GAS New Home Glass
Meeting, when the vote will be L.E. Harris and Percy be glad to discuss It with you. Iliway 301 South DOYLE:,",.. (JONN'EB1NSv.&N
In order. Bainbridge attended along with REX K. SMITH I.: AQKNOTUM' and Appliances Universal For
Rev. William Neale. Associate $49:50
Neale will be COLOR Cameras and case up AH CARS and TRUCKS
ORGANIZATIONAL Rev. attending Starke Representative
October 19 at 8 p.m. In the Presbyterian Convention In Phone 964-7679 used only $15 at palmate D .- 332 W. Parts & Repairs on Installed While U-Walt

Atlanta, Ga. next Sunday Octo- STOCKTON, WHATLEY count. 4tchg 10/21 all other Make Ma : Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
DAVIN ter Brown chines.NATIONAL.
Realtors FOR SALE- Good Coastal Ber- DANNYSPHOTOGRAPHY 1017 N. Main G'rtlld
GAINESVILLE 100 West Bay Street muda hay by bale or ton. Call

Jacksonville, Fla. 964-6114. tfchg AlLYf..Unv.! Av.
LOST .. WALLET containing PORTRAITS[ Gainesville. Florida '
Business DirectoryAUTO valuble COMMERCIAL '378-1355' MARYCARTER
ber Camp 17. Rev. Parsons, Directorof Joyce Bohannon papers Curtner Return, 536 to Volkswagen 114 N. Walnut
Montgomery will be Walnut Burke 964-818$ =
St. No .
questions asked r
guest preacher Worship ser N." a vas 1/(0)/ r
vice. 8aJea _nlce
Today, October 14,the Church WANTED
: Cook and waitress 1 ML North of TIre MauoA1NEavltlE
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Women Circle !Is meeting at Apply in person, Longhorn Res ; WANTEDMaid at ToRena Mo AND USED PAINTS

OLDSMOBILE Johnson Fat ie, Inc. 9:30: at the home of Mrs.Aleena taurant. Itp. tel. Apply in person tfchg
Adle. Co-hoeteee Is Mrs.Wadle SALES
SALES A SERVICE Carter. Mrs. Bartlett
SEEDS PLANTS moderates TRADE Would like to Trade PARTS SAME
Fine Selection of Used Cars 1 InaecUoMes Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS the Bible Study of Islah Vox Amplifier and Gibson Electric '8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired For Sale By Owner SERVICE

Taken On CMIDae Trades 6th.The Guitar for Bass Guitar and cleaned at Dahmers Discount Deep nnd Shallow Wells
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. I1I-QOI ered Dish monthly dinner Fellowship will be Cov-held and Amplifier. Call 964-7337. ; fast service tfchg 20 acre on SR 100 4 Milo Water Softeners and PRICEAS
South of Stark From
We Rent Fertilizer SpreadersZZ4 Friday evening October 22 at FllteraPlumbing
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA N.wue PH. 37S-047S 6:30. FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Mobile House with now roof. 1400
home. Phone 533-2818. Itp. ft. on Hlway 833 ft. on Supplies
PERSONALS I Graded Road.

GLASS Miss Jane Drlscoll, Director FOR SALE: 200' on highway, EXPERT ON
$13,950 SERVICE
4 wheel drive and tare of Alachua County; School Camp hi =0'0'UPHOLSTERY !18, near Intersection of 100. ONLY ALL MAKES Jacksonville

Sale, Parte. Service on Crystal Lake and her assistant High and dry shade trees. 29 da.-balance $86.79 mo,
Clean Used toyota LIDDELL Mrs. Harriet Flowers Bobby Hall Rt. 3 Box 100 96.J.7061DURRANCE 102 E. BROWNLEE
enjoyed a motor trip last month Starke, Fla.WANTED Call Bill Powell 964-6810
1700' N. Main Vn-lXjQ to New Jersey and Maryland.

Glass Company They visited Mrs.Flowers parents TO GIVE away. 4 After 5 P.M. PUMP A:; SUPPLY CO.
Beauty Academy Mr. and Mrs. James Elmer JUNETWORK baby kittens. 426 N. Walnut St. I' Taking applications tot
.'CI.. For Every Purpose" of Brighton and Miss Drlscolls Expert Reproduction* ltD
POWELL'S Store Fronts" -Mirrors sister Mrs. Lillian WE REPAIR and sell nearly FHA 235
Tub Enclosures Showers Seals of Hammerton. Mrs.Flowers C. E. JACKSON FOR RENT: 3 bedroom brick SAVE every needle made for any, -

Beauty Academy Furniture Tops Olans. Re- mother has been In a 131SW.,Jfadlson Stark house 571 W. Call St., $50.00 Thot Long Distance brand stereo regardless of age New Brick 3 and .4
placed nursing home. On their return per month. Unfurnished. Phone Also the long play records at
Learn a Profmton In YBparo asr trip they stopped !In Newport 964-6491. lip Phone Culls $1 off regular price at Dah- Bedroom Homes
Time. Pull or Frt Time NEW LOCATION R.I. and. Baltimore,' Md. to vlalt mer's Discount. tfchg Can for Details
218 NW. 10th 376-278e friends and relatives there. FOR SALE: Brick home, 3 NEW 8 TRACK tape decks for W. now handle air line

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC >tri So. Main Gainesville Mrs. Helen Tlllman wrote year. old. 4 bedrooms on lot Dlacow4y334rohgat Dahmers tickets, cruises, and tours.W FOR SALE; Spilt level, 2,500 Low Down Payment,
204' by 256'. and Moderate
372-8191-372.1102 1 this reporter of her arrival Phone 964-6956. 10/21 sq. ft., masonry 2 baths 3 Monthly
In EI Paso, Texas, her new Ithhg. offer a special package bedrooms terrazo floor, car- Payments

home. She was very busy settling SALE AT OLIN'S MO3ILEHOMES : Tour of' Now pet, refrigerator, range oven,
MEN'S WEAR as her furniture( FOR SALE: Gas Heater deep LONGCIIAMP HOMES
Motor Repair Co. was : All 1972 models $1,- Dltn.y World central heat drapes and curtains
late In arrival. A freeze hole digger, big chain, 000 saved if $10.000 earned paved street Terms A. Phone M4CSUSOI
Of Glne vlUe, IDA. wee note at the and
end said "I'm other tools Edgar Burrell Call
homesick" Rt 2 Box Olin will save you $500 to $1- 964-7449 J. Thomas, Realtor. Telephone Boat* B<*rk e
Repairing RewindingNew STAG 'N DRAG 16D. Itp. 000, more !In some cases. Let TOWN FiNANCE CO. 964-5701. 'rr
and Used me prove It.SR-l00lveal. Phone
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(Koon) Wilson FOR SALE-1 single powerboat
was 964-5606. tl P.O. Box 226 S1 tQQ76y13Y {!'
-chg N. : a'd9k6QCt4
Griffon BmM TVnipU
2818 N. W. 18th Ph. 37W318 able to return home the (latter trailer winch $5.00 1 double :
Arrow ShlrU-Flonhelm. Shoe part of last week, and Is Im power boat trailer winch,$20.00 -- Avenu..._- I : SEWING MACIUNE-Cleaned,
MOVERS Formal RenUto proving. He has been substituting electric range $10.00 I kitchen Earn cash or exclusive Sarah ::. :: oiled and.adjusted In your
Ladle SporUwemrS at the Interlachen Barber exhaust fan, $5.00 A.J. Coventry Jewelry for Christmas WANTED:/ : SEWING ''XCHINE : ICon '* home,,$5.00. Vacumn l.anerrepairs
anop previously operated by Thomas, Telephone 964-5701. at no extra cost. For Information operators. We offer good ',' also. All workguarant.-
.i Lone DltUnc. Moving, BTOHES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Frank Jones retired. Mr. Wilson Call 533-2887. Itp. steady employment, good workIng : ''MS1RUMUns #1 eed. Dennis E.'Cogging Phone

Storage Packing' and GAINESVILLE MALL and Mr. Jones were owner FOR SALE: Like new, 18'Cole- conditions. Apply in person URUU 431-I47A tfchg
Crating r Shipping; barbers of the Keystone Barber man Camper, sleeps six. Can 1967 FALCON V-8 automatic, only. T & T Apparel Company. :: made to' ;'

Free EiUmatee CaU Shop now owned and operated see at Doug's Sunoco: Station, Excellent condition.radio and$895.00.heater. 433 E. MaJjson St.,Starke, Fla. your a
MUSICBALDWIN by Leamon Ward. seven days a week. Itchg. 1 tchg. individual hearingrsquirsmentt
Mr. Jones, retired some Phone 473-15 OS. lip

months ago, and has been under FOR SALE : 6 room house, at no
testa and treatment at Med needs some repairs! 4 1/2 acres additional toil. .FURNITUREQuality
ical Center tor the past three GEORGE ROBERTSReal of land, $4,000 Off 301, 4th / Home
weeks He Is most appreciative house behind old Buck Furnishings
of the several friends Estate MAKE HEARING Custom DraperieaCarpeting
CHOKS 0*It*AtTtlTV who accompany St>rs Ja$3e; Carlton lip
Van Service, Inc. ; these tripe AIDS REPAIRED (
.r>r 5 ie6as IIUSKss Income Property For Sale Interiors by Victor
134 N.E. Waldo.. ... OVUle Miss Peggy Payne of Sliver AINESVILLE
m..m Lake >Is expected home In the ADDING HEARINGAID 1690 Park Ave. Orange Park

next few days. She has recovered CO. M4-KU1 tf
nicely from major surgery C.' B' 2 BR FireplaceLarge' house
O"vtfe Sboppln Ctr. maN at St. Vincents. lot\ large 1137 H. W. 23rd Av.. ;
Mrs. Joe Kerrigan Is slowly Milnsvill., Florida 32601 WSTfRNAR
Tropical Pontiac 'recovering from hr recent Illness
Farm and Industrial and hospltalliation at 20 Acres Woodland Phon 376-0095

Inc. Equipment Bradford County Hospital. i ACREAGE 17 orncc: surrusa
Mrs. Albert (Mary) Holt woodland good land

of whose Community late husband; Church was for pastor eight Good bulldinllots In just about any location you lYPt7lYA1T: !

I5iU Santa Fe Tractor, years, visited Community; desire. ADDING MACHINES 500 power steering radio,
r Church Sunday Sept.28.Much Large modern heater, tag Inspection sticker,
Factory Aut"o"..* FORD to the surprise of her many, CB home, approx. 1 yr. old, 3 BR, LR, IT' WE DONT good running condition, good
many devoted friends she Den, ZK baths double RAVE rl'.n'U tires. Will sell for $325.00. rwli
was fire place on beautiful 3 set II for
PontlocSalosParU'Servico/ Farm! Tractors A Implements hospitalized at Riverside Hospital acre y yt OmlIuppU. Ned C. Coleman, Grtffls Loop.

!In Jacksonville for tests. lot. --e. ..._. rnnltar. ;F.iip. P.O. Box 251. Itp. MM1S11ttarteeaae
She; was expected: to be able to
2101 N. M.in GEORGE ROBERTSReal WANTEDMature man. Inter 1GM
return home early this _k.
.G.I...*vfffe' 11.. She: had moved to Wesley Ma Estate Bradford CounfJTelegraph ested worker will earn real CLOTHE, toAtrlAtKarm
N. W. 6th STf/OSM JI'nor. "Mother Holt" was truly 421 W. money. Minor mobile home repair STTnosiMnIMOLMTAC aAs
372-2583 GAINESVILLE. FLA. J Ji I. "mother" of graclousness Meolson! St. Storlro, Florida 964-7826 selling, and able to drive .a
I and loveliness to everyone. truck. Phone 964-5605. ,.Itche.Ir iROYTtliae Nwmi toon

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