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 21, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TonightTornado .' .' Raiford's newly e- fI s

; ,. lected officials were

hurriedly sworn in I '

Tuesday night at 10

Whirl annual Bradford High p.m., and the first

homecoming celebration Is set tonight council meeting held

(Thursday Oct. 21)) as Bradford High Just three hours after -

students present "Disney World OpensIn ,
polls closed at
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71 As Tornado Victories Have Just 7 p.m.The ..


sudden decision to "getgoing' Defeated Mayor candidate
Mike Dobbs
(right) congratulates
without delay came In winner Elmer Wallace.City's.
The fun begins at 7:30: tonight Freshman princess-Janice Davis t ,. '. the face of rumors that possible -
In the BUS football sta- daughter of Rev. and Mrs. \ legal action might be brought

diu.The Leroy Davis, and Susan Macy I against the newly Incorporatedtown
celebration continues daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.L. by "the opposition"a -.
Friday afternoon with a parade Macy; sophomore princessesMiss Ralford group objecting to the
thru downtown Starke In preparation Patty Morris, daughter of J Incorporation procedures on Budget
for the season's tough Mrs. Leola Morris, and Telia grounds that "It done ,
est football game against pow- Norman daughter of Mr andS yd legally" and that city limits
erhouse Palatka South at 8p.m. lines were "gerrymandered"to
Highlighting Whirl activities ( *. Pg. 4)) leave out some property

tonight will be the naming of owners who were opposed to Merit Raises
the 1971 BHS Homecoming the move and might vote a-

Queen. galnst It.Sworn.
The honor will go to one of
five BITS coeds: Miss Janice 6,220 In during the brief
Stanch, daughter of Mr. and ceremony were newly elected
Mrs. C.E. Stanch; Miss Velma Mayor Elmer H. Wallace Are
Mltx-.ll. daughter of Mr. and and five councilmen: A.R. Bru- Delayed
Can ner Willie W. Carter, Lamar
Willie Mitchell Miss Gloria
Mrs. ; -
Green, Joyce Norman,and Myrtle -
Jean Griffin, daughter of ,
4 Lee Sweat.
Mr and Mrs Griffin; Miss ,
The Council Immediately
Theresa Durden, daughter of convened new and unanimously- $4,000 in proposed merit pay increases -
Mrs. Bill Wilson and Vote
Mr and
; elected Mrs. Sweat as chair- for
Miss Linda Edwards, daughter deserving employees hung the
Katherine Alvarez who
. of Mr. and Mrs." CT.'-Edwards* ...:tIf"' 1 man.had served as clerk of tin e- Starke city council up for over an hour

ofBrooker. -2 lection board, was named temporary Tuesday as almost total confusion reigned
Whirl activities, starting at 'N'I
OV. clerk.
7:30: will Include skits and BUS before the raises were finally taken back
Drill 1 Team numbers. Climaxing Complete details of the op- temporarily.
the night's activities will position's strategy was not available -
One of th.i* Bradford High coeds will bo crowned 1971 Homecoming Queen tonight
be a huge bonfire aimed at the A record breaking total of yesterday, but Francis -
during Tornado Whirl. They are (I l-r) Janice Stencil, Trta Durdon Velma Mitchell & '
Palatka Braves. 6,220 voters are eligible to Linda Edwordi. 1'. Crowley, proprietor of Questioning Clerk Merrill mot" t nrenaratory to the cmmcll's .-
Competing in the skit cate- vote In the November 2 special Hl-Lo Grocery, said the group Edwards and city department final adoption l inc. gory will be the freshman clas- election on the proposed amend had retained Jacksonville attorney heads, the council found that night. The clerk said I Ie""v > .
ses' presentation of"2001 Football ment to permit a corporate Thomas A. Larkin to $6,500 had been Included In tile allocated $4,000) In merit IM
Odessey," The sophomore profits tax in Florida. represent them lie said he did proposed 1971-72 budget for raises and had given eac. I" employee -
class' presentation of "Fan IN HOMECOMING GAME not know what type; of action raises, $2,500 more than the recommended fat merit -
BHS the Supervisor of Elections Jen- the attorney planned, or whenit council had
tasyland at Juniors oka'ed.ttemp. pay presentation of "Goodnight eva Flynn said that most of would be filed. ting to understand how the me- said "about 20") employees I klel
Hursey Baby. and the seniors' the Increase since the 5,999 Backers of the incorporation rit funds had been allocated been recommended by dcp.m-'
presentation of "Disney World total last May Is accounted said that limits were when Clerk Edwards:: balancedthe ment heads and Dial the ruses'
Magic Creates a Tornado Victory for by 135 new voters in the BHS Has ChanceTo not procedure"gerrymandered"butweredrawn budget, the council listenedto came to about $2B() or .,il,."u"
IS to 21-year age bracket.
in a manner to Include suggestion after suggestionand $5 per week.
Judges Jim Duncan, HarryGruen at one point passed raises
of Hal-
the most populous area
At that point Chairman Noil,
books closed
and Hardrick Taylor Registration on totaling $8,000.
ford. They said they were advised .
Tucker asked department< ht .ids
will have a hard time tonight October 2 and will not open :
to follow this method rather But In the end, the council '
trying to pick the winning skits. until November 8, after the present many emplnvuvseach
than Incorporate a square abolished all merit raises ,,
pay had recommended ( i
First skit will receivea election. They will remain
place special UpsetPalatkaIt
mile area which would leave out until the President wage merit raises.Mien he fin.,ill'
March 14
fifteen dollar prize, the second open then
some of the populous districts and price freeze ends. It will the
got answer by adding
ten dollar will close for the
place a prize, when they
while Including others that were decide Itself which employeeswill ,
numbers supplied! by dep..I-
and five dollars for third place. Presidential Preference Pri
practically uninhabited get the raises and how to
ment heads and couneilm' 'm
Class princesses, who will mary.A will take a great effort Palatka, undefeated in five everybody" Hurse says. As now Incorporated,the lines allocate the money among de- charge of some departure-Hi' -,
make up the Queen's Court, Is a big, rough team His Tornadoes have been hitting .
games partments.It the total 21
breadkown of the new but It Isn't Impossible for Bradford are drawn to Include a strip came to. ol the
young hard In practice this week,
to beat Pal- that simply runs over the op along Highway 121 from (and city 65 employees .lucher. .m
voters shows that 118 of them High grldders all began while Clerk Edwards -
,:t."J::: : 4b K'r ifY position. The Braves have beat- the Head Tornado says. In fact,
registered as Democrats, 14 as atka South tomorrow night In including) the Phillips 66 sta- was explaining how he accOlu\tanltt (quick! mulipilc(
BUS with
Live Oak and shut out San- coaches had no gripe
en 25 times : 2> ) ( I
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the Tornadoes' homecominggame balanced the $1.3 million bud-
Republicans, and three are list hit (See Pg. 4))
the their against
Head Coach David ta Fe 20-0, Ocala Forrest 42- way players wards said each empl.fie, I'' -
ed members of other says
as par- Hurse. 0, and Green Cove Springs 33- Bolles. But the sagging cehed; the (nlal came: in M ,-
ties. 0. Last week the Braves edged spirit must be bolstered some- 500.
"If we could regain the desire 14-7 by Little Orange Park, how, they say.
Mrs. Flynn estimated that the
county had about 500 in the we had the first three but the Raiders, according to They should get boost from councilman"that's more said.than we s.ild,"

18-21 age bracket who were ,- -. 'r... '":.._ KH Shootings
eligible to register, but only It was first suggested thai
Clerk Edwards the bud-
135 (about 27 per cent) did so
get and divide the, numb i "Il '
Slfr Count (Utter before the deadline ..
employees recelvingmenilju)
In Bradford County, the cor- Into S4ODD.( That came t toO "I r
porate profits tax amendment Termed Lawful]l $129.03 i per i person, wlilii I co-
Is the only Item that will be eral) councilmen though i 1 u.,
Mullet Dinner
." on the November 2 ballot. small a inlse. :\,11I1 ,sKucecstcd "
/ using tie, I)- ,fI"m w.

.4 Smoked & Fried Verdicts of lawful homicidewere in the chest, believing his life give token across-tlie-iiuii'i< ,
Oct. 23 returned by a coroner's In danger. Billy helots had employees smco some dip.ut-:
b Saturday, PecanAuction jury Wednesday afternoon at also managed to free his bonds mcnt heads had Included ilnm-'
3 P.M. Keystone Heights in the fatal and took one of his father's all their employees In tile nil i I.'

I shootings of Thomas llawes and guns, an :M-l rifle, and ran pay raise.
AtLawteyStrawberry" David Bozeman on Sunday Oct. to the drug store. lie hid behind Strenuous objection tm! c
I K 10. the Incinerator and saw ,ml!
I. Vd from Clerk I Edwards: who '
: his brother out of the
'1. come
r verdicts returnedby !
Nov. 4 11' The were it will be much work to l"I .I1r> i
ra n the Jury after 20 minutes rear of the store and place Die finalized budget.: "I'M( ,'..

f /i dellveratlon following two hoursof a cardboard box In the car. it, but I'll be damned i: it
lie called his brother
WharfBeans to to ,
testimony, absolving W.R. ain't a shame, 1 Edwards s .i d.J
The first pecan auction will Belote, Keystone druggist and get out of the way and when
be held this season at the Law- ray his son, Billy, who fired the llawes emerged from the store, Some department head! seeIng -
i Slaw tey strawberry platform on S fatal shots. gun In hand, Hilly fired, aim- that older departments I id
,, Hush Thursday Nov. 4. r 7l'// CI ing, he said, to disarm the recommended more emploM.es
: PuppiesYOU Nothing new of a significant man. "But I was nervous and for the merit pay, asked tf Uiev
Scene of the auctions Is being nature was brought out In the my aim wasn't as good as could recommend moic. 'Die
FALL CAN i shifted to Lawtey this fall due testimony Belote and his two It should have been," he said. council said yes, and !six! C' -
to the loss of the Starke Far- sons told of Ilawes and Boze- ployees were added, Inclmti, ..'
masked and
mers Market by fire several I man, armed with revolvers Both men were two from the Recreation 1 Iparunent I-
EAT :: months entering the home of the night\ their Identity was not known and three from the
ago. 7 of Oct 10 as they watched television tit after the shooting. Both men Police Ii p.
Nuts will be between In the front room. died several hours later In the not recommended anybody (for
Adults 1.50'' welghed-ln
I. Children $ .75 8 ajn. and 12 noon on Pretty Coil Hatcti loaves no doubt what hop. hr Tornado.. will do to Pa- The Belote's were orderedto Gainesville lverslty Medical Center, the merit pay.

opening day, with the auction latka't Braves tomorrow night. The BHS cheerleader will b* out front urging the lie on the floor and were A quantity of drugs was foundIn It also came out thai II of
scheduled to start a 1 p.m. Tornadoes on to a homecoming win. tied up while the men demanded !- the box brought out of the 24 employees In the Street I Department -

Courtesy Of Bob Allen, market manager the keys to Belote's drug store by Kenny Belote. were recommendedfor 1
r would beat anybody, store. When the keys were finally the raises. City Clerk Merrill -
said that a I llght-to-falr we Mizell Jr. foreman
Cfjf BHS scouts, played a fine ball the return of guard-middle- Hawes untied B.F. was Edwards said he had Included
( : surrendered -
Eammunftij Palatka the veteran
crop Is predicted due to a cut Including of the Jury which Included Philip -
mat- game and should have won. guard Gary Melvln. He was out the younger Belote son, himself and his fl\o
Statr Sank In volume resulting from scab Big Red mentor states A, White, Roy Tyre, Sam
with a sprained ankle last week then ordered him to clerks at the suggestion! some
and adverse. weather conditions ter-of-factly. Palatka, Coach Hurse says, Kenny, Johnson, Leamon Ward, FrowW
which has caused many nuts But, Hurse points out, his was flat last week against O- but should return this week, drive to the drug store.In Strickland. councilmen.

Accounts Haw Insured to drop before maturity.The footballers won't win with the range Park. But the Bravesare though he won't start. the m ean1'h' lie, B.lot*man The Inquest was conducted by Street Dept. (Head S.n. Hicks
Up T. $20,000 ByFod same type of performance they expected to be ready to Another boost should come aged to free Ms bonds and obtained Judge Graham Hutchison with said he was just trying to ghe
.ral Deposit auctions will continue turned in the past two weeks play ball this week against the from the return of wide receiver a loaded shotgun while witnesses questioned by James laborers now making $80 per
each Thursday (except Thanksgiving against Live Oak and Bolles. Tornadoes. Gray Flynn who missed Bozeman was ransacking the Harrison and Richard Cobb, week, the city's lowest paid
Insurance Corp. Day, ) until the crop is BHS Is definitely an under- "They'll be up. I don't know house When Bozeman returnedto assistant state's attorneys of
sold. dog In its homecoming contest. why we bring out the best In (See Pg. 4)) the room Belote shot him the Fourth Judicial Circuit. (S.. Pg 4)Ju11atl )


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Happy Ending .

W mans Club Beta Sigma Phi Sour Cream Raisin Cookie Pie

A>I IV. Luncheon Held! r+nr4 Members Attend/
a the
Area LunchFour DeiwcrU let the stage for leisurely talk and relaxation
The Halloween motifwas used happy ending to a meal.
In decorating: the Starke Wo- : One favorite quite simple to make yet rich; and:
man's Club at their regular members of Beta Sigma satisfying to the palate. is this Sour Cream Raisin Cookie Fie. ,
meeting Wednesday of last week. Phi sorority attended the Area Sour Cream Kni.ln Cookie Tie I
I IM Luncheon preceding the meeting luncheon Saturday, Oct. 18, at 1 roll refrigerated 1cup dairy lour cream I
was served by members of the Ponce de Leon Motor LodgeIn butterscotch nut cookie. 'I egg slightly\ beaten
: the Conservation Committee.Mrs. St. Augustine. 1 can (2'/j cups) raisin pie I l/4 teaspoon cinnamon I
John Sanders,president, While there the group enjoyed filling
presented Mrs. E.A. Hall with a guided tour of the recently Lightly greene and sugar the bottom and sides of a 9-inch pie I
an award from the American restored area of St. Augustine pan. Cut cookie dough into slices' %-inch thick. Line bottom and I
National Red Cross for outstanding featuring authentic shops, res- sides of a pan with cookie slice. overlapping slightly to form a
scalloped edge (uae about \'t roll). Bake at 375 for 8 to 10 minutes I
service since 1949. taurants and places of business Cool.
until brown.
Mrs. J.A. Griffin gave a report The girls observed cigar mak- Combine light pie filing, sour cream egg and cinnamon in saucepan
on the recent fall board a ing, printing, blacksmithlng, Cook until thickened stirring occasionally. Cool; spoon into
meeting which' was held in candle making, sllversmlthing, cookie cruift Chill until firm about 2 hours. Makes 9-inch pie.
Fort Lauderdale. leather crafting and many more
arts as they were practicedIn
Members are selling stadium early St. Augustine history. r '
cushions at $2.00 each Returning to the motor lodge LAWTEY VOLUNTEER FIB
for the benefit of the building the members shopped from
M r fund. Ytij displays of goods made In the DEPARTMENT
various shops in the restored t t tt

/ area and enjoyed lunch. Sev-

HighScnoo/PTA Installs OfficersThe ({ day.The won eral by nice the door girls prizes during were the t MULLET DINNER I II tt

St. Augustine chapters
Bradford High School j of Beta Sigma Phi prepared and A
PTA held its first meeting of the presented an enjoyable day for t (Smoked And Fried) II t tt

school year last Tuesday nightIn : those attending from chapters
the school cafeteria with k'' k all over the state. Attending
I approximately 80 attending. : : from the Starke chapter were t DEANS SLAW II tt |
Students of the Speech, Dra- Mrs. Gene Cox, Mrs. Harold
} ma, and Art classes presented Davis, Mrs. C.W. Slade, and
selections from Spoon River Mrs. W.D. Hodge. IIUS11PUPPUES; A
Anthology and a condensed ver- -- -- -- t

Smith Weds Mr. Blom sion Mrs.of Julie The Fuller Happy is Scarecrow.the drama Teresa Gail// Roberts Weds The regular- -meeting- of the LAWTEY WHARf !
I sorority will be held Monday,
coach and Mrs. Susan MoodyIs \
/In Raiford Baptist Church art director. Mr. Manning In Church Rites Oct. 25, at 7:30: p.m. at the t t tt
Miss Martha Sue McCain, home of Mrs.W.D.Hodge, Pine- I
Janice Christmas cut the breeze Subdivision on Bessent Saturday Oct. 23rd 5P.M.
Home Demonstration Agent,Installed -
Miss Marie Smith daughterof Tommy Howe. Miss Teresa Gall Roberts, Road. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smithof The bride's gown was of white the following officers; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DonH. cake and .assisting In serving t t
Lawtey, and Handy W. Worn, satin trimmed with Irish lace Drew Reddish, president; Mrs. Chltty, and Damon Leon were Mrs. Duane Dykes, MlsS !
of Mr. and Mrs. l.O. Blom seed Is. glvpnin Charles Zipperer, vicepresident Manning, son of Ford Man- Pam Perry and Miss Pam Tye. Mr. and Mrs. James Star- I ALL YOU CAN EAT
son and
married on ,pear and Mrs.Lonnie Fullwood, and the late Mrs. Man The couple is residing at 403N. ling and family spent the week-
of Raiford were ning t I
marriage by
October 2 at 2 o'clock in the Pam Perry was Shiwas honor secretarytreasurer.Connie ning, were united In marriage, Walnut Street. Both (graduated end with her parents, Rev. and CHILDREN UNDER 12 .75c
Clark, 1! ''8tant principal from BUS in 1971 and Mr. Mrs. Alton Dobbs, in Jackson-
Italford Baptist Church by Rev. and only attendant.A Friday, Oct. 8, at 7:30: p.m. In ADULTS -$1.50 I
held at thechurch' : Introduced the teachersand the First Presbyterian Church Manning is parts clerk at White ville. Rev. Dobbs underwent 1
reception was hall. Invited parents to meet with Rev. Robert D. Burchper- Electric and Battery Co. In surgery Tuesday in Methodist _i -
Edwards-Pare' II dining with them In their classrooms.
The couple spent a few daysIn : faitnlrw the minHAlK.Decorating Gainesville Hospital.
Lakeland and now resideon the altar were ,
Engagement Cherry Street, Starke. two floor baskets holding Fuji I
Miss Strickland/ mums gladioli, and baby's
Mr. and Mrs. J.M. EdwardsSr. breath against a backgroundof BIG SAVINGS AND 1 LATESTFashion j
announce the engagementand Duplicate/ Bridge Is ComplimentedAt two fern balls and branched
approaching marriage of t Bridal Shower candelabra with burlng tapers.
their daughter, DIanne Maure- Results Given Mrs. E.M. Davis, organist,
en, to John Raymond Pare, son presented a program of nuptial J
of Mr. and Mrs. John Pare1 of Miss Lynda Strickland,bride- music.
Fort Lauderdale. Ernest Jenkins and Curtis elect of November 20, was hon Jimmy Alvarez served as
Sanders were the winning cou- ored at a bridal shower Tuesday
The wedding will take place best man and ushers were Ed-
December Ji at 4 p.m. In the ple at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night, Oct.12,by Mrs.Linda ward Christmas, Bobby Mil '
where there were 4
night Jackson
Ogden at herhome In
United Methodist Church David Roberts.
First ,. tables in play at the Pratt ville. ner and SALE DATS I THRU SAT. OCT.I 23
Miss Edwards and Mr. Pare Recreation Center. .Miss Katherine Peek at- .
both of Florida The refreshment table was tended maid of honor, wearIng -*
are graduates Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. outwork'' as
covered with a white
Atlantic University in Boca Ra- an avacado doeskin floor
G.J. Me GrUf were second:Mrs.
with fall
cloth: and centered a
Edwards is with velvet trim-
ton. Miss presently Bees Bums and Mrs. INarieDent Sel- length gown a
teaching In Boca: Raton third. arrangement. Mrs. Phyllis med bow at the empire waist.In .
were ple presided at the punch bowl.
her hair she wore an a- M
..I1 The 30 guests enjoyed punch vacado crown with net veil
with during the party
and carried a nosegay of

'" jf heat Eoe. guest hours went 8to10 Mrs.p.m.Clayton Among Strick the bronzed large mums with
l\1 1 your
\ c 11 s 1 land Sr., mother of the honoree greenery and satin stream-
E and Mrs. L.M. Norman Jr. erl.
) Goodman of
I sister of the honoree. Mlllles Jackie
:f j YOUR FUEL Miami Beach, Cindy Johnsonof
.. Fort Walton Beach, and f' avreu .
Debra Manning of Starke
CaTrlage. served as bridesmaids. Their
I BILLS GOTffiir gowns were fashioned identical
1 Ti-ade- to the honor attendant'sonly

--. ...- In yellow. They carried
r' --. nosegays of yellow mums with DOUBLE-

Mr. and Mrs. William Bra greenery and satin .FortnWal-
land of Hattlesburg, Miss announce Tammy Johnson of KNIT
the birth of a daughteron ton Beach, served as Flower )
girl and Byron Roberts the ACRYLICS
Oct. 17. Maternal grandparents ,
are Dr. and Mrs. H.G. bride's brother was ring a ..
,. Bollinger of Starke. bearer. bh
Given in marriage by her

FPM-2 and Mrs. Brinson W, step-father, Mr. Chitty, the 3'
Savage Jr. of Virginia Beach bride wore a floor length! satin "
Va. announce the birth of a gown with an oversklrt of lace
daughter on Oct. 14 in Portsmouth elbow length lace scalloped SAVE
Naval Hospital, Va.Mrs. sleeves, empire waist accen- '. $1.11 PANT SETS
Savage Is the former Laura ted with a white satin bow.
Cowen of Starke. Her floor length veil of lace CHARGE
with fingertip Illusion of net
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. was secured to a seed pearl IT
Grant of Keystone Heights announce crown. She carried a cascade SALE
the birth of a daugh- arrangement of Fuji mums,ba- AT .
ter, Erika Michele, on Oct. 7 by's breath and carnations.A BAGS
in Alachua General Hospital reception was held In the CARP'S
Paternal grandparents are Mr. old manse, next to the church 87
and Mrs. George H. Grant of where Mri.S.L. PeekJr.greeted -
Starke and maternal grand- guests at the door and presented SS
parents are Mr. and Mrs. them to the receiving 9
James M. McVay of Trenton.Mr. line composed of the bride and sale 2 4 A $13.99
groom their parents and bridal VALUE
and Mrs. Glen Reddish party. Miss Kim Johnson ,
of Guntersvllle, Ala. announce kept the bride's book. The receiving $3.99
the birth of a son, Christopher line stood In front of the
OIL HOMEHEATERS: Glen Oct. 10. Paternal grandparents mantel which held an arrangement > Short sleeve tops and flare-

are Sheriff and Mrs. of gladioli Fuji mums Crinkle patent'& dry look vinyls leg pants In stripes solids

force fte. heatJIfiflfil P.D. Reddish.. and avacado carnations cut glass, balanced candles.by two In NOW styles with chain & nail and combinations. Assorted

The bride's table was covered head trim. Choose from black, colors sizes 8 to 18.

and fuel bills1go.IHH. Bradford County Hospltalan- with a white lace cloth: over brown & tan.
1 t / nounces the following births: yellow satin and centered with a OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
three-tiered wedding cake
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Junior topped by a bride and groom.
Varnes. Starke, a daughter
Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling Lone Ann, Oct. 14. Bill Kelly of Jacksonville was
until some of it finally steps down to the living a Sunday visitor of Mr and
level. If you own an ordinary heater you know Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Michael Mrs. Leo Champion.
:how costly and uncomfortable that system 181! Siegler Saunders, Starke, a son, Michael LADIES SOFT 'N CUDDLEY
does just the opposite..your floor gete heated I Scott, Oct.: 14. Miss Melody Cuttijio,a seniorat

just Heat Is not wasted on the ceiling and out tho Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Earl Tin College, was home Sat- SANFORIZED FLANNELS & BRUSHED RAYON NYLON
chimney.Don't close: off rooms this winter and pay Halsten. Starke a. daughter(( urday to Monday.

high fuel bills to boot...order your new Siegler now. Tonja Kaye. Oct. IS. Mrs. E.B. Work and Mrs. SLEEPWEARSale

IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee visiting Lamar Estes Mr. and of Pensacola Mrs. James are
Rowan. Stark, a daughter Sandra BUckshear for several days. ?
"It's A Fact You Can Gayle, Oct. 15.EASI'ERN \ I $
Mrs. Charles Darby attended 2 OUR REG.
Do Better At" STAR a seminar on preparation: \\t\ I TO $3.29
of ballots In Tallahassee last 4 FOR

Starke Chapter Order of Eastern Thursday to Saturday.

DENMARKFURNITURE Star will at the have Masonic a covered Hall Mr. and Mrs. O.R.' Alvarez F rr' Machine washable fabrics In 2 pc.

dish Saturday supper, at 7 p.m. AU Mason Jr. and family visited Mr. and 8 pajamas, waltz length gowns, button
invited. Mrs. Daniel Alvarex In Atlanta > r front sleepcoats & long
and their families are c granny gowns.
over the weekend. Prints & solids In
COMPANY k regular & extra
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ferryman i h Y sizes
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin a
can St.
'431 W. M4-M27
of Arcadia frill spend the weekend and son of Gainesville
STARKE. FLORIDA her with friends and....lat.I. were Sunday afternoon guests 4
..... of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper.

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Mrs. DonnIe Thompson and) Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill vIa- Mrs. R.E. Mathews and Mrs.
e ar children returned to their home -1 ted.Mr. Hill's parents, Mr. Stanley Barnes of Lakeland Chevrolet Olds
In San Diego, Calif after a and Mrs. A.B. Hill in Laurel ..- wopkend eueals of their -
month's visit with Mr.and Mrs. Miss last week. sister Mrs. R.A. Newsom. andhelposl
W.B. Thompson In Ocala and ;; celebrate the 93rd birth
a, Mr. and Mrs. Leo ChampionIn Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell day of their mother, Mrs. J.
Starke. spent Friday to Thursday with A, Ilowe. Mrs. Howe returnedto
their son-in-law and daughter Lakeland with her daugh-

2nd Lt, and Mrs. Robert 1.. Chief and Mrs.' J.N. Belche ters after six weeks visit with
Cooper and family of Auburn and family In Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Newsom. Clean'Sweep

Ala. were Friday to Monday
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Epperson
Coopers.Mr. J.W. KIncaid were visiting Mr. Sr. and Mrs. C.K. Mizelle
and Mrs. C.C. Hoppe and family were recent guests of Mrs
and Mrs. Mark Moody in Tampa the first of last George Anderson and Mr. and
and daughters visited Mr. and week. Mrs. W.J. Epperson.
Mrs. LaRue Williams and son E
In Ormond Beach Sunday.Mr. Miss Jamie Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Weldonand tirt'
Sandi Morgan were visiting daughters of Bushnell and
and Mrs. A.R. LaFayeof Miss Caldwell's parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon and
Jacksonville and Mr. and and Mrs. James Caldwell In family of Jacksonville visited
Mrs. C.R. Bush of Palatka were Nashville Tenn. over the week- their mother Mrs.Gladys Wel- Q
( Saturday visitors of Mrs end. While there they attended don over the weekend.A.C. .
Gladys Canova and daughter, a football game played by
: Norma. Miss Caldwell's Alma Mater Williams and Roy Williams
Austin Peay State Universityat Sr. are hunting In Gun-
Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr. Clarksvllle. They also attended nerson, Colo for three weeks.
Grand Ole and
/1 and Mrs. OJ. Phillips Jr. attended the Opry I
the funeral of Mark David went sight-seeing at Lookout Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews 1
Kldd on Sunday morning. Mountain. were In Orlando on business
Mark, the son of LTC and Thursday to Sunday and also
WOMAN OF YEAR Mrs. Joyce Riherd Mrs. Richard G. Kldd Jr., was David McRae was pledgedto visited Disney World.

bile fatally accident Injured last In an Wednesday automo- the Alpha at FSU Tau last Omega week fraternity and- Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Murray Come Save Like Never Before !

night while enroute from FSU, was elected president of the of St. George, S.C. were
The Call Fall 71 pledge class of the and
Beyond where he was a student, toMs weekend visitors of Mr.
home at Fort Walton Beach fraternity.Mr. Mrs. Robert Barksdale.
Mrs. Flynn remained with her
Mrs. Joyce Riherd, well liked and well known nurse sister Mrs. Kldd, and family and Mrs. Harold Caret Brant Turner of valdosta
for the Bradford County Health Department has been for several days. were vacationing In the Chi State College was home for JUST LOOK
named Business Woman of the Year for 1971. cago, 111. suburbs last week. the weekend.

"Although the duties of a county health nurse are many", return Mrs. O.L.Friday:Haynes after Jr.three will wife They stayed In Burbank with their and son visited and Mrs. Penrjy Lucayo and son At These New r Car Trade Ins I '

this lady has most surely gone beyound the call of duty, weeks' visit with her son-in- other relatives In Summit, of Tallahassee Is spending this
reads the citation prepared by the Starke Business and law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hlnsdale and LaGrange. week with her father James
Professional Women's Club of Mrs. Riherd. Bobby Welch and family at Fort Barren and Mrs. Barron.
Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Strick 1971 Chevrolet Monte' Carlo
"Never known to refuse to answer a call for the sick, Walton Beach. land and family and granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. John Adamsof $3795
suffering or needy, she is ready with a helping hand, Col. and Mrs. Arthur Senne Donna Thornton,spent Sun- Athens, Ga. and Bill Adams Fully Equipped Including Stereo TapeUnder Factory
a listening ear and a smiling face to assist anyone no day at Disney World. of the University of Georgia
of West Palm Beach will be
matter their need, creed, or color," reads the citation. ..I spent the weekend with their Warranty
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.
Mrs. Riherd was the 1970 recipient of the Humanitarian W.F. Oster. Mrs. Edward Ensor of Jack- parents, Dr. and Mrs. H.ll.
Award given by the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of sonville was visiting her mother Adams.
1969 Pdara 4
Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- Mrs. Bertha Pearce.over Dodge Door Hardtop

Many times In her off-duty periods she has assisted gins attended the funeral of the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Mooty of Steering Brakes And Air Solid Red Black $1ftn
Allen in Melrose ,
the elderly by shopping and providing transportation for Terry Lee Miami were Sunday guests of J
M/Sgt. Samuel Russell left
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.
them. Mrs. Riherd assists Bradford civil authorities on Oct. 1 for a year's tour of duty Clean As New I
calls of neglected children and helps to find Jobs for
Among those attending the in Vietnam. During his absence Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter
those who are in need of them.In barbecue for Congressman Don Mrs. Russell and son, Paul, and son of Lake City and Mrs. 1968 Olds 98 Luxury Sedan

addition Mrs. Riherd has found time to serve as a Fuqua In Tallahassee last are residing with Mr. Rus- A.G. Loudon visited Rainbow SAVE'Loaded
member of the Board of Directors of CUBB Economic Thursday were Sen. and Mrs. sell's sister, Mrs. C.G. Hill Springs on Sunday. This Car Has Gotta' Go! Just Looking For A
Agency a member of the Recreation Board treasurer Charley Johns, Mr. and Mrs. and.Mr. Hill at KIngsley Lake. Reasonable Offer
of the Bradford Quarterback Club as a member of the J.D. Odom, Mr. and Mrs.Char Mrs. H.G. Bellinger Is spending .
Bradford Zoning Committee, charter committee for the lie Braswell, Gene Shaw, Zedra Local admittances to Brad Tuesday to Sunday with her 1968 Olds
county's new zoning ordinance. She has served volun- Hamilton and sons, Mr. and ford County Hospital this week son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Toronado Coupe
tarily with the dental program of the Junlon Woman's Mrs. Buford Mitchell, and B. include: Mrs Carolyn E. Kay, and Mrs. William Breland and 2191r.
Club, with the vision program of the Lions Club and the F. Mizell, Jr. Neal McVeigh, and Mrs. Mildred baby daughter In Hatdesburg, This Car Has Everything, Clean and Low Milage
Salvation Army camp'program for the underprtvlledged. Parker, Keystone Heights; Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Oliver Sr. D.I. Knight Albert Batten Jr., 1970 Maverick 2-Dr. Sedan
Mrs. Riherd'has been a member of the First United of Fernandina Beach were last Mrs. Rether Lee Crews, Miss During! the fall break at Mars
Methodist Church of High Springs for the past 15 years. Tuesday guests of Mrs. W.F. Jayne Hardy and Mrs. Boots Hill College, N.C., Miss Nancy 6 Clv. Standard Trans., Radio & Heater Many Many $ lSQS
J She Is active In church affairs and has taught Sunday Swlnyer. Green, Starke; Mrs. Annie Rosier Gay will spend Thursday to ,
School. and Mrs. Norma B. Har Sunday with her parents, Mr. Economical Miles Left In This Little Jewel
Mrs. W.H. Nollman was In bin, Lawtey; and Mrs. Claudia. and Mrs. J.O. Gay.
and Mrs. Ri
WluVAer.. ;two" teenaged sons Greg Carl. "' business Wednes- Cddwtn, Lake B'uter.-. '
Sebring on 1970 Olds 88 4-Door Sedan
herd lives on East Call Street In Starke. She has lived
day and Thursday. Robert Paterson of Brevard
In Starke the past nine years. Miss Anne Terwillegar of College will spend Wednesdayto Clean Clean, Clean, One Owner. Factory Warranty, $995
Mrs. Titus Olson spent the Wesleyan College will be home Sunday with his parents Mr.
"" weekend with Mr. and Mrs. for the weekend and will haveas and Mrs. R.G Paterson. Steering, Brakes & Air
no;;. Tf'I'f Paul Hawkins and family In guests Miss Nancy Nash
1 Jacksonville.Mr. of Atlanta and Miss Patricia Mr. and Mrs. J.M. EdwardsSr. 1969 Olds 88 4Door Sedan Vn1:
Flynn of Orlando also students have returned from five $
: ;: --) and Mrs. James Cash of Wesleyan.Mrs. months In Portland, Oregonon One Owner, Very Clean, Steering, Brakes and Air 7 J
and family of Orlando visited business.
her parents, Sen. and Mrs. Edward Hudson of Atlanta -
:. J'h Charley Johns, over the week- Is spending several weeks Mr. and Mrs.LaRue Williams 1970 GTO Pontiac 2 Dr. Hardtop ;'
.1 end. with her mother, Mrs. Nelson and son of Ormond Beach will $2995
Green and family. spend the weekend with her parents Bucket Seats and All The Goodies, SPECIAL! ':
Mrs Luegenia Culbreatb of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Col-
Bushnell was a weekend guestof Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton Miss son and attend UF Homecom.
a Mrs. J.R. Kite. Madge Middleton, Mrs. E.L. ing. 1969 Chevrolet 1/2/ Ton Fleetside "
Matthews Mrs. Bobby Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bar and daughter, Julie, and Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Isbell $ 795
rett and family of Miami, and Mrs. Bill Meng attended the of Portland Oregon are Tues V-8, Radio, Heater, One Owner
Mrs. Morris Williams and Middleton family reunion In day to Thursday guests of Mr.
daughter, Mrs. Elaine Jonesof Pomona Park Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr. 1967 Ford Ton
Folkston Ga. were Mondayand 3/4/ Pick-Up
Tuesday guests of Mr. and and Mrs. R.O. Dans- Mrs. Carrie Herlong visited $13911
Mrs. R.S. McRae. The Barrens by visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Pearl Smith In Palatka Big 6 Cly. Engine, 6 Ply Tires, Rear Step Bumper.
showed films of their Andrews In Jacksonville Mon. over the weekend.
recent trip to Europe to the
McRae families Monday night day.Mr. Miss Kay Schmidt of FSU 1966 Jeep -Gladiator Pick-Up
and Mrs. W.S. Glover was a weekend guest of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Hardingwill attended the Florida Hotel and and Mrs. S.G. Denmark. $895 (
be In Foley, Ala. Fridayto Motor Hotel convention in St. 4 Wheel Drive, Perfect For Hunting Buggy

POWER-A sure-fire brightener for a teen Monday visiting Mr. and Petersburg over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. A.J. Eaves and family
age FLOWER room Is this bedspread of easy-care cotton duck Mrs. Raymond Hard'ng. visited Mrs. Sammye BurgessIn 1960 Chevrolet 1/2/ Ton
and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- Pick-Up
printed with bold overscaled flowers in red white, and Valdosta, Ga. on Saturday.
blue. Underscored by a fire engine red shag rug and Mrs. W.F. Herlong had a. wire returned Monday after two $695
accent pieces, the room swings with color. By Desley visitors F.B. Herlong of Jack- weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lt. J.g.) John G. Sims m, Long Wheel Base, %Ton Pick-Up, Good Solid
Fabrics, the spread also comes with a variety of coordinates sonville on Sunday and Mrs. Dale Fisher In Coral Gables who Is stationed In Vietnam Transportation
including quilted throws, tablecloth, cafe curtains, Pearl Smith of Palatka on Mon- and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gold- Is visiting his wife and son at
and valances. day. wire In Fort My rs. KIngsley Lake for 11 days. Mrs.
Sims Is the former Carol Sear- 1951 Ford Pick-Up Truck
.. !Iv. They had as weekend guests $295
Mr. Sims' parents, Mr. and With Chevrolet Running Gear, New Tag & Inspection
\.-\: eB.ICIAL BALLOT Mrs. John G. Sims H of Anderson -
S.C. Sticker, Runs Real Good
Mr. and Mrs. A.L Crosby 1950 Chevrolet
C/ BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. R.R. 1/2/ Ton Pick-Up
Howell Saturday $3911
spent Wednesday to
visiting relative and New Tag and Inspection Sticker, A Real Good Old
sightseeing at Pompano Beach, Truck
NOVEMBER 2, 1971 Vero Beach, and Key West.

Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTMark have returned from two weeks
visit with relatives In Mobile,

a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT for the Amendment or against the Amendment. Early Ala. They family also reunion attended In Quit-the We Still Have A Good Selection Of

man, Miss.
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,i. \,' -' NO. 1CONSTITUTIONAL New '71 Chevrolets 1'hat Yon Can

One school of thought holds
,' 1 AMENDMENT r that no girl has ever been led
: j' 1' astray by reading a book. Although Really Save Some Money On! \
;:, Ft TO ARTICLE VII one of those gourmet
cookbooks can give her some
;,: .' SECTION 5 ': dangerous Ideas.

i. V "t: A joint resolution proposing an amendment e .

t\\ 0 J. \ to Section 5 of Article VII of the Constitution -
.. THE
'' of the State of 'Florida allowing BRADFORD

f the state to impose a tax on the net income COUNTY TELEGRAPH \

of corporations and other artificial entities, Published every! TturwUr
: but continuing the Constitutional prohibition at US W. ail ttrMtSUrke.

tit against a tax on the income of natural Florida IZMYSecond
;';, persons.
,'i clMs poUf paid U.S. 301 North Phone 964-7500
.. a& Starke., Florid ,

f \: FOR TIlE AMENDMENT bocrlp41oa JUtes: STARKE, FLORIDA"Sooner
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4 I. trade areas 15." xr
L AGAINST TIlE AMENDMENT year K.7S six moUu.OuUlde & .
trade area: $3.59per I or Later Your Favorite Dealer"Oct.

year| U.M six month

21 I, 1971 TelegraphI Page ,


Raiford to BHS Takes, On Palatka Homecoming

(From Page 1)) "
Celebration. .
... .C'.':, '
..',! .
(From Pogo 1)) the Holies pun after hatfnrhix end sweeps with blockers ahead .,. ;; ((From Pg. 1))
hand punctured by a cleat in of the ball carrier. ", '
the Live Oak contact.Flynn will Starting on the Tornado offensive ,
ton on the south to (and Including -
) HI Lo Grocery on the also bolster the defensive backfield line will be end Charles :,( Mrs. LeRoy Norman and Junior
princesses Miss Elaine
Wright tackles Vernon
north. Barber
The BHS line will also be and DaM : : Sherman daughter of Mr. and
ballots marked -
Eighty were
Tuesday; representing 75% of bolstered by the play of David New hamnandbJoey { : :,. Mrs. John Sherman and Miss
the 107 residents eligible to c. Newha at offensive guard and and center Farelon McClellan. :, Cindy Mitchell daughter of Mr.
vote. Carl Luther at middle guard. The backs will be quarterback and Mrs. Frank! MitchelL
In the mayor's race ElmerH. Their becoming varsity; cali Eddie Haien. running backs Interact Sweetheart Esther::
Wallace Insurance salesman d t ber linemen If they continueto Bernard Brown and Malachi ffr: ',' Romero and ,DCT Sweetheart
received: 48 votes to 27 Improve this week, will give Henry, and fullback Brad Car- ;:: 1 Jonell McGee will also be pre-
for MB opponent Michael A. strength were It Is badly need-- tor.Defensive sented during the celebration.
Dobbs ed.Coaches starters will be ''i'. ':"," ': Friday afternoon at 1:30
Mrs. Sweat led the field In / were pleased with ends Charles Wright and Ran- .:.'[:'"". .'. :t. ; ; Starke can prepare for a massive -
the council race with 59 votes, both boys' performance against dy Casklns, .. ..,".' iJI traffic Jam an the city
followed by A.R. Dinner with Holies. McClellan and Bobby Dyal. ... .. will see the annual Homecoming -
53; Joyce Norman, 50; Lamar jw Palatka South Is expected to mlddleguard Carl Luther. and : Parade featuring class and
Green. 47; and Willie E. Car- try to llnevThat's' smaller linebackers Joey Branson and \ club floats, the BUS marching
ter, 48. Bradford what the Vernon Barber. In the defensive band, the BHS drill teams, anda
The three eliminated candidates Braves have done so far this secondary will be J Brownie
Election Board clerk Katharine Alvarez (for right) *war In new Raiford Officials corner- troop.
were: Leroy Raulerson season. They do pass the ball, backs Bernard Brown and Mal-
41; Okalee Harris, 37; and Willie (from Left): Councilmen A.R. Brunor, Joyce Norman, Mrytla Lee Swat (chairman): but the running game Is their achl Henry and safeties Cray The parade will leave BUS
Rodgers, 36.LIGHT. Mayor Elmer H. Wallace; Councilmen Lamar Groan, and Wullla W. Carter. torte. Flynn and Wayne Testone. TIre Real at 1:30: and proceed up Temple
"Palatka Just takes the foot- Ave OJS-301) to Call Street!,
VOTE ball and runs straight toward then turn east down Call Streetto
Tuesday's balloting was actually L says Defensive Coach Cathy LangleyThis Thompson St., south on
lighter than In the August Sexton.; The Braved. \lineup BHS Reports Thompson to SR-100 and then
election when Incorporation Merit Pay Confusing TurlingtonTo In a strong I, three deep proceed west to Orange Street
was approved for the town in the backfield, use two tight Go Out MondayFirst I II Miss Cathy Lan. and back to BHS.Entertaining .
by a vote of 51 for, to 37 a- (From Pg. 1)) Speak ends for more blocking glay, 1971 Union County at halftime FrI-
strength, and go, Sexton says. High homecoming queanThe / day night will be the BITS band
None of the candidates cam- AtRolary The Brave offensive line averages report cards of the Telegraph in Its Oct. and the Palatka band. The announcing -
employees, little
a more mon- the savings fund for a new school at Bradford
paigned actively, on the theory 191 pounds and Is led year High 14 i issue Incorrectly idanti- of the queen and her
that "everybody In Raiford ey.There engine for the power plant."We've by captain Wesley Jones, a 213 School will be sent home by the halftime
will -
court highlight
fled Mil and used
was also much discussion have State Representative Ralph students Langley!!
knows everybody else, so we- got to that new pound tackle. End Steve Klefer Monday, Oct. 25, according
on how to allocate the "Man Turlington of Gainesville, will to the wrong picture, that of entertainment.
'll i Just announce and let them engine, Noegel said. weighs In at 230. Principal Charles .
vote for who they want." merit money. Clerk Edwards I can see those headlines. speak Wednesday, Oct. 27, at Jones and end Roy Mathews, Francis.: the queen conte.tan'l.| (Editor
said the number of employees After hesitating some minutes the Starke Rotary Club. a 175 pound senior are the The report will cover the '* Not: Wa'va got egg
recommended should be divided Noegel then moved to Rep. Turlington a former only two Braves that go two grading period for the first on our face. Sorry about Plaza '
FIRST MEETING Into the total funds available reslnd his previous motion to Speaker of the House, Is In ways"because they are good six weeks of school. The cards that.)
After the usual battle with for raises. But Chairman Tuc- give 31 employees raises of his 21st year of legislative service football players," Hurse says taken home do not have to be Barber
conflicting dates, the time of ker said the only way to do :$260 each. He got''' a second and has been nominated Right guard John Mark DuPont returned to the school, Fran. Shop
It would be to allocate the funds from Councilman Orle more times for the "most val- cis
9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, was Wiggins.An 186 pound senor Is a topnotch says
set for the next Council meetIng to each department according argument ensued and one uable member"award than any- lineman who never givesup Next grading period at BHS CARD OF THANKS Starke Plata
at the Community Center. to Its size compared to the entire vote was declared Invalid by one else In history He Is cur- on a block. Left guard David will be from October 12 through
By unanimous vote, the Council city force. Chairman Tucker when the con- rently chairman of the Com- Giles Is a good blocker for,his November 23.IHiloricaf. Mrs. P.S. Crews and son wishto
also agreed to tender the That matter must still be fusion over the Issue of rescinding mittee on Finance and Taxa- thank their friends Hour 8 to 5:30Appointment. :
office of City Attorney to Rep. decided when the council acts became too great. tion, and Is a strong propon- size. for all the flowers many, cards, and .
Gene Shaw, who was commended to give the raises at some Finally, Tucker called for a ent of tax equalization. Best runner for the Braves Society kindnesses shown during the
for his vital part In obtaining later date. roll call vote on rescinding Members of other civic: clubs Is Arthur Merrit, a 174 pound Will Meet TonightThe loss of husband and father. If Preferred
the city's l charter. The meeting almost ended the raises. Wiggins voted yes are Invited to attend the Rotary senior. He Is quick and hard to --Mrs. P.S. Crews and fam-
Shaw said Wednesday mornIng without a decision when Councilman (to rescind)as did Noegel. Mc- luncheon at 12:15: to hear bring down.Fullback Steve Carter ily. Phone 964-5030
that he had accepted the : Billy Noegel suggested Rae hesitated for several minutes Rep Turlington. a 177 pound Junior, Is a Bradford County HIstorIcal -

position. leaving the budget as the clerk then voted no, as didSilcox hard nosed runner. Society: will meet Thursday ._.__. ___._ .. ... ._ .__
Oct. 21, at 7:30: In
had It, and all p.m. '
Raiford was an Incorporatedtown giving employees creating a 2-2 tie. The Braves fake to Carter 9AGtd a' :RRO' ,k>: S Rx'btfiC>x.. i4.G> .
In the J930'.. but the recommended $260 each Chairman Tucker voted toreclnd. City And give the ball to Merrltt off the Starke Library. All members -
charter lapsed and the town has as a merit raise. lie then made breaking the tie. County tackle. Then when a n opponent and prospective membersare J. NORTH FLORIDACountry ]ij
been without a municipal gov- that Into a motion, Councilman Noegel then as he had explained Office To Close compensates for the off tackle urged to attend.
ernment for about 40 years. Jimmy McRae gave the second he would,moved to postpone For Veterans Day play, they give to Carter and ""
The new Incorporation was and Councilman Vernon all raises until the pres- he starts to gain yardage up Music Show
conceived as a means of obtaining Silcox Joined them to pass the ident's wage and price freeze the middle. I ,
The courthouse will.
some civic Improve- motion. Is lifted and that the council City The Braves use a six man
r:ments with receipts from cigarette But then It was pointed out award the merit Increases. Hall will. The Post Office'will. line with two linebackers dlr- 1st and 3rd Saturdays .
and gas taxes which are by the chairman that 31 employees Wiggins gave the second, and Local banks and business houses eclty behind the guards, and >
allotted to Incorporated towns. times $260() equals $8- the vote for the motion was won'tbe closed on Monday, three players In the secondary. JI UNION COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Some of the needed Improve- 060, more than twice the a- unanimous. Oct. 25, which Is the new date Nothing fancy Is expected of -4 .
ments are municipal street mount the council had alloca- Clerk Edwards was Instructed designated this year for Veterans the Braves. They are expectedto
lighting, fire fighting equipment ted for merit pay. Tucker fur- to leave the $4,000 In the Day, which used to be run Just dives, an Isolation "A ychlulrinl !II a fellow -: 8:00 P.M.? po.\\\ I /J I ,
and playground equip ther pointed out the additional budget and make It a line Item on November). 11 (old Armistice right and left, go off tackle who .makes you squeal on :::- Y'ALL COME \ 'TfT ,
ment. money would have come from by Itself. Day right and.left, and to run some y'OU r..r Jo' .M1S-.O.C CCliPS\lS\! _;' .

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marched l uuwn the field and Ami Activities From sent Strickland for the extra s 1 \
Thomas went In from 9 yard point. A few minutes later Watson i\\

out for the clincher and First THE RECREATION CENTERFrom hit Blsh Bishop with a 20 f:
4 Federal won !It 31-19. yard touchdown pass the extra E .
point was no good and Bad-
I K.F.C. 13COMMUNITY ( Pg. 9)) cock jumped out front, 13-0. i}::. ANNOUNCING .. .. .
BANK 7 :;
Community Bank encouragedby 1-3, Community Bank 1-3. GOODM S'S STANDARD Oiu
its first win Monday played SCIiriJtUJMonday! ( 20.The, Kitchen's Tile-Red :Neck<: UNDEFEATED IN 3 GAM3STO "
determined ball and although Oct. 25- game looked as though It wouldbe PACE BANTAM FOOT- 4 .,'. '
they fell short In this game 3:43, Andrews vs First Fed- a run away contest as KIt- BALL I
K.F.C. had Its'hands full before eral; 5, K.T.C. vs Comm Bank chen's Jumped;: Into the lead Goodman' Standard Oil, defending v A.. .
emerging With a 1 13-7 vic- Wed., Oct. 273:45: K.F.C. by half time. 20-6 but both 1970 Bantam Football .: "
tory. vs first Federal; 5 P.m., Andrews team i lost their offensive punch Champion has taken up right ., A. f
Community Bank won the toss vs Comm. Hank. and neither could score In the where they left off last year-- t.
and elected to go on offonso second half. winning. r I
first. In four plays they were Dean Johns got Draw-Tlt Billy Belote scored first for In three games to date Good- L
unable to move the ball 10Kf'C. moving as ho hit Steve Ashley Kitchen's as he ran 20 yards man's has won all three starts.
took over' on downs!! at with an 18 yard touchdown pass, for the touchdown. The extra However they have not been .
the 35 yard lino, and the first then passed to Hobble Smith! point was not good Willie easy wins. The league will be ,
play was disastrous for the for the extra point to close the Griggs then hit Johhnle Powell more competitive this year End ld "
Bank. Duane Sea rlo took a handoff gap to 137. Draw-Tlte tied with a 5 yard touchdown pass while the defending chumps have n
from Tddle': Dyal, and with the game up a few minutes later then passed to Randall McGee gotten off to a good jump they
the majority of the bank teams as Dean Johns hit Calvin for the extra point and KIt- will be hard pressed to successfully ,
defense pursuing/ Dyal) Searle Varnes on a 42 yard pass good chen's Jumped out to a 13-0 defend their league
easily ran the 35 yards to the for the touchdown. The extra lead.
end Zone and a 6-0 lead This point was no good and the score Kitchen's last points came title.Only two games were played
was the only score of the first HIS tied, 13-13. on a 7 yard pass from Griggs this past week as the rain
half as after that one defensive That I seemed to fire Badcockup to Gene Melvin. Griggs then claimed (the games of Thurs.,
lapse the bank team defense as they hit on two quick hit Powell for the extra point Oct. 14. These gamhave been / m obkI ''to. .
got tighter and held the touchdowns. Hhoden! ran 21 and Kitchen's led 20-0. The rescheduled for Friday Oct. + j/ '
potent offense of K.P.C at bay. yards for the first touchdownthen Red Necks eluded a ShUtoLt 22.RESULTS "v..
Midway the second half K. passed to somas 1 for the when Harvey Smith passed 5 TUESDAY OCT. 12
.'.C. capped: a 40 yard drive extra point. The second score yards to TomTiy Elland. The GOODM\N's SERVICE 12
when l>yal passed to Soarle; cam on a 3 from ,
yard pass extra point was not good and KOCH'S DRUGS 7
for a five yard touchdown. M,- Khoden to W':Jtson. Watson then the half ended 20-6. Goodman's Standard Oil Ser- '.,
chael Ralcy on a reverse scoredthe passed to Strickland for the STANDINGS: (thru Oct. 13)- vice Station won Its third con- : .,.
extra point and the league extra point and the lead Increased '
Badcock 4-0. Kitchen's 3-1, secutive game against no losses t
leaders led 130.Community to 27-13 by halftime Draw-Tito 1-3, Red !Necks 0SCHEDULE but a narrow escape from ?
Hank, as Ulegaml1W1S The second half Draw-
saw 4. defeat was experienced by the
coming to a close, Initiated Tire closelhegapearlyasDean! (Wed. Oct. 27>- present league leaders via the S lac
a drive from the 30 Johns broke looso on a 60 yard 7:30 Kitchen's vs Badcock; 9 hands of Koch Drugs, who go-
yard line and marched Into touchdown. Hiss pass to George p.m. Draw-Tlte va Red Necks. Ing Into the game were also .
the end zone on a one yard Sceloy for the extra point was undefeated.
run by 1'ddlc: Jackson. Clayton good and the score stood 27- Badcock put 27 points on the These two teams put on a
Norman! : added) the conver 20, Btdcock, early In the sec- Scoreboard In the first half real battle. Koch's drew first
sion. The 13-7 win gave K. ond half. while Draw-TIte put 13 points blood when Jackson Prevatt
.',c. a perfect record after Bjt that was all the scorIng on the board.Badcock got things capped a SO yard drive by get- The Appointment of E. P. RennerAs
four amis., for Draw-Tlus as Badcock going by hitting two quick touch- ting Into the end zone from
played fine defensive ball while downs. John Watson passed 43 five yards out. Prevatt then Your Local In
1TANDiNGiKI'C:: 4-0, \ Iill t
putting 21 more points on the yards to Marcus Rhoden for the passed to Mike Kitchens for
I First I Federal 2-2 Andrews
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the Several conversion minutes and later 7-0 Good lead.: The Group Department Of The ",1

man's initiated a drive of their
own and climaxed It with a 12 :
Professional Corporation
yard thouchdown pass Larry ;
White to Eddie Akridge. The

conversion Goodm tn's trailed attempt;7-6.failed and Foil three decades Mr. Renner has been serving the people of his home countyof

The two team then lockedup Bradford with their insurance needs.
In a real defensive struggle -

sustain with an neither offensive team drive.ble to As PROFESSIONAL'S special representative to the Bradford County School

Then It happened. Goodman's System, Mr. Renner will be happy to help you with low cost income protection/
forced Koch's Into a punting sit
uation and Larry White pickedthe and permanent life insurance.

ball up at his own 30 yard
line hit the sidelines, and sped! Information on the plans may be obtained by calling Mr. Renner at his Starke

down.50 yards The for punt the winning return touch cam office: 964-6279; writing him at P. O. Box 506 Starke; or stopping by to see him

only five m'nutes' to be played. at 633 MacMahone St., Starke.PROFESSIONAL.

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the rush of events, we may forget the sacrifices of than members of our Western) Clothing' Leather

community who have worn the uniform of our country In time of war. May we, co,'dj. Saddles and Tralli;

on behalf of all citizens express this public thanks to all .teranl-whether Charle. Sharon Petty ;

they were at Chateau Thierry. ... Guadalcanal. .... Omaha Beach.... Pork ant! : S. Edcrwood 384-1210:

Chop Hill the Mekong Delta.; :. of wherever their services were needed. r't

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By KM BUnehard SAVE TW
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; Rev. Sanford Mayo was guest _
at the annual Home ""
coming at Grace Methodist Li fA 1 itOO* $ITjiTOeAT .WITH; tMiMONir-AVINO; it
Church last Sunday. Music was _
provided by the choir and spe- ,
cial numbers Included a duet WEAR-EVER COOKWARE
by Rev. Donald Denton and La-
mar Priest, and a violin solo SIXTH WEEK S< :
by W.B. McKlnney accom- I -
panied by Mrs. Ernest Wells COUPON WORTH
at the organ. I
After services everyone enjoyed Covered Chicken Fryer
the fellowship dinner In This week
the refreshment patio. Approx- I with coupon $599

imately 100 out of town guests Without Coupon $7 49

were In attendance. \' ." INfL1I'0 COUPON coon orr ji 11 AT WINN DIXIE STORES
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Grace United Methodist: Sun- BEEF PEOP-1 Y I; )
day School 9:45: ; Worship ser
vices 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; MYF

nesday 6:30 p.m.7 p.m.Choir and practice Prayer Meet-Wed- \ /0l PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 21 THRU WED. OCT. 27

Ing 8 '
p.m. ; $
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Church of God: Sunday School t.s. ICO: -
10 a.m. Worship services li ,
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Rib Steaks $139 Hens 39cUSDA
. LI. Baking LB.
Highland Sunday School 9:45

and a.m.7:30 Worship p.m. services Prayer Meeting 11 a.m. Shoulder Roast LS. 99c Fried Chicken P:KL : $149 ,' t
7:30: p.m. Wednesday followed

PERSONALSMrs. Pot Roast e LB. 69c Bacon I Via't 49C J

Is visiting. L.H.Mrs.Hints O.J.of Phillips Miami W.D BRAND PURE ((10 lb,. $5.69)) BREADED.CHOPPED.FORMED.CUBED ",' U/VD "
.,; *-* <. .
for a while. Ground Beef 5 LBS $299 Pork Steaks AS Kl $2" |(tr..I..NL..t.M<*J I

Miss Elizabeth Terry spent W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICE I u.s. CHOICE)
Wednesday CE.last week.Strickland to Friday in Gainesville with Mrs. Round Steak ,99C Pork Chops . LB. 58' CHUCKROAST W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE

Sunday visitors of Mr. and CHUCKSTEAK
Mrs. Paul Dlnklns were Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Louis and her
VO-5 SAVE 21c .
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brother Clarence Prevatt of
Tampa Mrs. Lois Dollnig Mr. f1 .
and Mrs. Jim Burton and Mrs. HAIRSPRAY
Fred Stone and daughter Va- ,
llcia, all of Jacksonville Mr. IV ti I I
', and Mrs. Gib Brown and Mr. ) I
and Mrs. Charles Dlnklns of )

Starke ton of iIawthoriSe Mr. and Mrs.Mr.Lee and Mrs.Cot .

Paul Dlnklns Jr. and Davidof ,
St. Augustine and Mr. and 88 : 11.
Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo. e CAN ) 79t

Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter / _

and spent daughters the weekend of Jacksonville with Mrs. t LB.CRACKIN' .

Lois Carter. Mr. and Mrs.Earl
Denmark and children were
Sunday visitors. yI il lr,1
y GOOD '
PILLSBURY ((7c OFF'Pancake:
Rev. Dyess pastor of Smy '
1 I ILS. 2LS
rna Baptist Church, and Mrs. = Saltines . . PKG.: 24c Mix . 48e
Dyess were Sunday dinner
guests of Mrs. Annie M. Crews CRACKIN' GOODToaster BATH SIZEDial ,

and Joey. Pastries 3 PKGS.10 01. $100 I Soap . 5 BARS $1

have returned from Raleigh Golden 16." $10
N.C., where they have been Blades . oKa: SSc" Corn 5 CANS

for some time to continue residing THRIPTY MAIDFruit
In their home here. SOFTWEVE BATHTISSUE
Richard Durban of Atlanta.Ga. Drinks 4 $100
spent the weekend with CANS
Mrs. Ed Durban. Mr. and Mrs. Limit 4 with 7.50 or more purchose order excluding cigarette : .
Raymond' Durban and son and NIBLETS d
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams -
and sons of Jacksonvillewere Corn 12'00. 22
Sunday visitors. . . CANS 8 8 :

Mrs. J.H. Eunice spent Sun- THRIFTY MAIDPeaches
day with Mr. and Mrs. Phil

Eunice In Graham.Mr. 4 CANS 2-ROLL
and Mrs. Joey Dobbsof \ PACKS
Jacksonville and her sister 4
Mrs. Simmons of Jack- ARROW \
sonville spent Sunday with Mr. $' 00
and Mrs. A.D. Dobbs. Detergent 2 PKGS.::(;;: Quantity Rights r
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomasand Reserved 4
of Live Oak spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.

F.Mrs.Moore.Llnnle Gllchrlst of Keg-O-Ketchup c;S1T:: 48 1
Brunswick Ga. Is visiting Mrs.
Ernest Wells for a few days,
Joey and Keith Bennett'at- .
tended the National FFA convention '
In !Kansas City-Mo.:
last week.


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Thte Questloa: A PUPCMAU Of "J tfOK 4 UICH ( O* :aroN ft 'UIe"'" } ou roN PUiCMASf 3 i i at 1
"last fall my power saws
1 I I II
were stolen from the build. I : s I AMI: TEA BAGS I TAMPO CLEANER I 4::e BUTTER" I "T:w.i CREAM PIES I
lag site planking fell from GOOD THRU OCT 11 1
our truck causing a ,.... 1 No I ....., I No 2 1 No. 3 I No 4 1 No 3Af WINN01111 1
rl W/NN rlOUI 'ou w..O" AT VOU. tOCAt WINM BIHII At IOU. 101.1 w.O'''' OU. tOCAl 1
Ing car to crash a' tub- 1 -'r: I 1 I 1 -
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contractor took his

but Does left the me Charley with his E.'Johns bills. EXTRA EXTRA I EXTRA I EXTRA i EXTRA

Agency have complete Insurance S&H GREEN ; I I S&H GREEN S&H GREEN S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN ;
to build.
protect a
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COUPON A .u.e"... I A I I > A tuvcMAki or .
I FISH STICKS 1 nAM-. II" BACON I "'A "-" HAM 1 "s"-" FLIPS 1
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During Season Football WIN $50.00 WEEKLY -Q\MrtONl> wma..-.--woe.



AND ITS CPPONENT. $35.00 $15.00E
Fill In th. blank with your guest and bring to our stor.before .
5 p.m. Friday preceeding gam.or g.t ,olliitrationblank.
at our star. E Eligible. Except felfartwh Employ PPS


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TELEGRAPH OFFICEBY Baldwin Cln---- -- --
During Football Soton, Stark Builderi Supplies will 1 6 from
P.M. FRIDAY Bill PcvtllCMMWtltj n TIRES
glv. 6 of( th.s. R.g sis. football..och wo.1e FREEBo 1
turo to fill In this blank or flet blank at our ,tort Tie game counted a* mil.... un Pii----------- I'iiI1r.Lrrford&, ; Fil"'rIt1a..
and have It In our ttoro by 5 p.m. this Friday. less marked *'' tie. Gail,HullCiDi --- .. N "il"\1,11, $29.93
In coto of tl., first 6 with corraet scar cr n.ar..t Fill It 11'1\ .
correct scoro will win. \i i Out Now s Cmr-- -

NAME- ---------------- rJl E.tIS'" -
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CONTEST RULESEach .i-_------- Pay,Cash on the Spot. .
ahead --
week-end football games write this number In the trace Bltfl ssplr------- Drive away the same day enjoy your
will be selected one In each provided In the entry blank .1111..'.Jmlri" --
That's what
new car
ad on this page.indicate which this will be used as a tie break. you
team you think will win and er. flakier Elethlc' can do when you finance your car in
use write the name of the team All advertisers and employeesare ,U COM.1., Ii.. rln.u I*. l..>lltfl Hi..1-).1"t. ..$
opposite the advertisers name eligible to win. Only Brad- I.:*':**OT..I i>.nvMhef*ll.t m.-t.:*... .:r.,-l.IMMtl advance with an Auto Loan here.
In entry blank no scores ford County Telegraph employees -
... ._.____ .
just the winner. are not eligible to enter I THINK' POIHTI' WILL II
our The prizes will be awarded contest. THI MOST Koala IY ANY Tl...ll T.0FHOMI The Community Stole Bank Of Starke

each games week selected on the basis correctly.of most In Clip out entry and mall 01 H...._____________.__________ _______ ___ ............F_,.,..ewe", .. ..
case of tie pick a number bring to Bradford County Tele- ...... .. .
name. HO------ NOW INSURED TO
which you think will be the graph. All entries must be In 6MIUBILL :: : :_--- :::::::::::::::. $20,00000MISSOURI

largest number of points our hands by 6 p.m. Friday. 0"____________..______________________ vs COLORADO
scored by any one team and unly one entry please.

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

is on your side. ,.
Drop our name around town when you shop .
or pay bills. Your personal checks written on :.. eur l.rg........"ef N.w c.., "When bugs become a pest and put you to ,;y
our bank can set your money TV ..,. den p.n.bli. .. CejueJ He can handle all insurance Life health
your the test let
us lay them out to rest j
matters straight quickly safely,conveniently.For Cembiralimt, '' (...1 /Aw f.l s...rtd call
checking at its best ask for us by name. ..ttl.nIn..hr..lywwethinky..rw'' .Ih.... IAS home car. One man, one plan. Insurance is much the pro's at Florida Pest!" .

simpler that way. .
NIW. '
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l. NATIONWIDE Bill Powell CALL 964-5745
FLORIDABANK 1 14" Diagonal Picture U INSURANCE

The men from N 1.!Is mn your aN> vs STATEFLORIDA
AT S TAR K. E Nltionwldt, lift. Inturtnce Compift. Starke Plaza
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Co. WINKLER ELECTRIC, INC. Nationwide. Mutual CompanyNation.d LlulualnturliG.Fir' 'Insurance PEST CONTROLj\\j
Company Phone 964-6464
Subsidiary of Florida' National Banks of'Florida, Inc. 234 N. Temple Avc. I'hone !)fM.7'!>r Horn Oflleu, i Columbut' Ohio

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Vol. 93 No. 13 October 21, 1971 2nd Section

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Tire Siceeteit Strawberries Thlt SU of heaven

) Miscue Give BoUes Lri I Ir

16-0 Win, Over BHS

Failure to handle a wet foot Bradford back Intercepted Ditto STATISTICS Ditto punted 41 yards and Henry -
ball and a roughing the kicker at the Tornado one yard line. BIIS Bolles returned to the Tornado 38.
Y penalty; played a large part In Again BUS made yardage as First Downs 8 11 QB llazen completed his first \
Bolles' 16-0 shut-out of Brad- long as the backs held onto the Yds Rushing 50 \151 pass of the night, a nine yarder -
ford's Tornadoes Friday nightIn ball. But after one first downat Yds Passing 63 48 to tight end Charles WrightIn
Jacksonville. the 15 and a five yard penalty Passes Com 5-16-2 4-16-2 the right flat. Henry went
It was the fourth Bolles victory which sent the ball back to Fumbles Lost 5 1 over right tackle for three yards ,
In the past five years over the Tornado 10 yard line, full- Penalties 35 20 and a Tornado first down at
BUS. The Tornadoes must look back Brad Carter fumbled a- Punts 3-34 5-32 the midfield stripe, the best
+ '- back to 1968 and a 13-0 shut- gain and big Nelson fell on the field position BIIS had enjoyedto

F +1 1R out of their own for a win ball for Bolles, at the BIIS 14 Score by Quarters: that point. :
t A over the Jacksonville private yard line. Carter got two yards over ,
s school. Quarterback Ditto kept around BHS 0000-0 left tackle, then llazen went
r, The Tornadoes tumbled the his rlghtendforfouryardsbe- Bolles 730616Touchdowns to the air again. He hit Wrightup
i first four times they had their fore cornerback Bernard Brown the middle but the ball
4A hands on the ball Friday during made the stop at the 10. Thenon : bounced off the end's hands.
J a driving rain which fell a power sweep the Big Red Bolles: )1)) Nelson, 18 yd. pass Then llazen sent wideout Wayne

the entire first half. Bolles defense rose up to throw Bolles from Ditto; EP- Prlngle, kick. Testone, usually glue fingered, Steve Strickland it
got the pigskin deep In BHS for a two yard loss, with line- 2) Prlngle, 33-yard field goal; down the right sideline. Tes- oil I I alone Eddie
territory several times and backer Vernon Barber break- 3)) Glvhan, 2 yd. run; FP kick tone got in between two Bolles nazn'i a hit
didn't fumble. Ing through to tackle Glvhan. missed. defenders and Hazen hit him him past In the
rr.r Bulldog quarterback Julian On third down Ditto fumbled perfectly, but the ball went right square
Ditto defied the elements and the snap and had to pounce on despite the heavy rain. Hazen through Testone's hands. hands but the ball

lobbed an 18 yard pass over the slick ball to keep from put three straight passes In the Bolles took over at its 13 bounced right back
air hitting two receivers rightin
the head of Starke's Malachi losing it.Then yard line and made one first
Henry to Ms fullback Dirk Nel- on fourth down from the hands and having the down before the half. The Bull- Bolles a yard shy of a first

Tornado running game foil to click a* quarterback Eddie Hax n It thrown for a son for the first score.Another the 13 yard line, Pringle came ball dropped. dogs stayed on the ground with down. Ditto's punt was off the
fumble at the Bolles nine yard on to kick Bolles' field goal, The driving rain hampering the wet ball and simply pro- side of his foot, and traveled
loss BolUs.
by a 33-yard effort. With the second play, Bolles could do no bet-
line set up a second period tected their 10 point lead. Just seven yards before going
field goal by Bulldog Duncan period only a minute old, ter. Running back Ronnie Higgins The rain let and finally out of bounds.
Roughing the Bolles the Bulldogs led 10-0. got one first down in three From
Pringle. stopped In the second half the Bolles 38 QR Ha-
Playing catch up ball then, trys, but the BIIS defense tough punter Ditto, gave the Bulldogs Bradford kicked off and stopped S..
a first down at the Tor- Bradford High went to the air ened and stopped the Bulldogs. ( Page 10))

Hudson Tigers nado 16 late In the fourth .and., I 1o..JJ J.::.. J IT _0 ". I J.. ,0 ". _0'0_ ,1 II_ .. ." ,J) L.- ,,," .:I -114. \
set up the final touchdown. '' ''u' '. '
Bolles fumbled only once dur- ,/ t ....... o: 4. r' : (% __ (C.I', \
came. o/ J "
\ 0,., -- "trfc 0 / b '
Borg Intercepted a Tornado t1.! :r /
pass and lost the ball on the lea \\t.'tv"
35-8 Over Jax TeamBenny runback and Starke's Brad Car Moore's

ter fell on the ball. On the Jimmy .-(

following play, Borg again Intercepted S S

two yards out. Larry McKen- and Bolles got the UN .t PORTS
Hudson scored three STATISTICSLake dry ran the 2-polnt conver- ball back, so Bolles' fumble STARKE.LORIDAAnnounces.

touchdowns Friday night lead- sion and White trailed 288at didn't hurt.It k.
Ing the Union County Tigers ButlerE.D.White the end of the quarter. Is the second loss of the I Y i_. dI.t .
to a 35-8 victory at the ex- First downs 9 6 During the fourth quarter season for Bradford, evening \ ': !\ I
of Jack- Yds Rushing 232 161 Lake Butler ended the scor- their 1971 mark at 2-2-1 with o ::7 SJ ..!.. ,,
of E.D. High :
pense sonville. Yds Passing 103 63 ing with a 6-yard pass from always tough Palatka comingto P \. ;r; G"7. ; ,. .,

Union County, a 2-A school PO-PA-PI 5-11-0 5-15-3 Dale Green to Ronnie Mack. Starke for Bradford's 1971 I e \,'I...'''' '!.I"... oW 'f,,.. ,
Punts 32-39 6-34 BItS
now stand 4-1 for the season Howard concluded a perfect 5 homecoming 'Friday night. ,, afe. .
White 4-A school, Fumbles 0 3 for 5 night with the conver- has beaten Baker High and '
while a new
slumped to a 1-4 mark. Yds lost pen. 30 50 sion boot. Buchholz of Gainesville, tied Its Appointment As Exclusive Authorized Dealer r'I
Hudson got Union's initial Lake Butler hosts Newberry St. Augustine, and In the past
TouchdownsU two weeks have lost to Live
with time
Friday night
score on his team's first play Hudson (How- game e
36-yd run Oak and Bolles.
from scrimmage with a 36- ard kick) at 8:00.: At Bolles circumstances went )Ia.l .
yard scamper. Later In the U- ) (Howard [ ,, *
Hudson 40-yard run from bad to worse. The Tor- ... I IIi
, Hud- .i /
S opening period of play, IwNi n.
kick) nadoes won the flip of the cointo ,

' the son White again' secondary broke loose and from galloped kick UHudson) 1-yd.. run (Howard Runner to open receive.the Immediately game and elected what FOR 8. MAKERS OF THE MOST COMPLETE LINE

40 yards for the score. f
U-' McStadden 50-yd run had been a light rain becamea r w -, OF FIBERGLASS BOATS IN THE INDUSTRY
Stouten toward connected on ,
(Howard kick)
both PAT kicks and Lake advan-Butter E.D. Westbrook 2-yd run 3rd In Staying heavy rain.on the ground with SOLD ONLY BY AUTHORIZED DEALERS. iA
took an early 14-0
(McKendry 2-polnt )
run the wet ball, quarterback Ed- '
In the first quarter.In .
tage Hudson U- Mack 6-pass from Green die Hazen gave to Bernard
the second stanza,
bulled Into dirt from one (Howard kick) fax GoLowering Brown on the first play from "ER"N"
pay the BHS[ 14 and Brown six .r--U
out and tackle Johnny Mc-
Stadden raced a50 yards witha Scor by Quarters- yards. Fullback Brad Carter IN THE N"G'RTH' AR'EA OF FLORIDA

White fumble shortly after- Lake Butler 14 14 0 7 35 Its won-lost rec- got two yards, then Malachi
White 0 080-8 Henry squirted over left guard

wards second as period the Tiger talUes.Howard'sconversion added two E.D.The Jacksonville squad was- ord Cross to 9-5 Country, the Bradford team placed High for down eight at the yards Tornado and 30.a first But From Jacksonville To Ocala And Luke City To Palatka! / ,;*

kicks were good and n't able to get things rolling third in Its division at the then the ball squirted from fullback -
the Tigers took a 28-0 advan- Fifth Annual Lee Invitational ,
until late In the third periodas Carter's hands on a dive
tage into the dressing room at Dale Green scored from Cross Country Championships the middle.

half time. Saturday, at the Naval Air Sta up Bolles' Rich Heath flopped 44 Models T Choose : :

tion.Only three of the nine class on nado the 33.wet pigskin But the at Bulldogs the Tor- FromJ.N

3A or lower schools attendedthe I !
couldn't cut It the first time. '
meet with Palatka South Dive plays by fullback Andy -From 14 ft. Fishing Boats To 56 fte
Ricky Golden taking C .
1Veeea And Activities From paced by Glvhan and Danny Cacchlotti "... '
first place honors with 31 points. netted eight yards and the BHS -
Orange Park was a close second c r
THE forewall made the going tough.

a with distant 36, while third Bradfordwas with 54.' took Coach over David at their Hurse's 25.charges But on See Tlwse And OIlier Models l On Display; 7 I 1 / ')

Golden of Palatka set a new the first play of the series ,

course record for all divisions Bernard Brown and the wet ::5on
touchdown. with a time of 13:02.7: aroundthe ball came apart. .
FRIEDUNDEFEATED two and half mile course. Bolles' John Pineda z
Neither team could muster pouncedon I .
AFTER enough offense to get the ball According to Coach George it at the BUS 24.
IN SM\LLFRYFOOTBALL In the end zone In the second Loper Palatka South would have Despite the rain Bolles quar-
LEAGUE half and Community Bank had a placed second overall In the terback Julian Ditto went to
RESULTS MONDAY OCT. U 12-6 win, their first of the fifteen team field featuring 12 the air. He missed tight end
KENTUCKY FRIED 19 season. Class 4-A schools. Orange Mike Brady on first down.Cac-
ANDREWS 6 Park would have been fourth chiotti got four yards over his

K.F.C. racked up its third RESULTS WEDNESDAY, and Bradford sixth. right guard before he was nailed
win In as many starts gettingby OCT. 13FIRST- Bradford's trophy winning by BHS linebacker Joey Bran-
Andrew Drugs 19-6. FEDERAL 31 team Captain Richard Fill son. Big Clvhan was held to
Eddie Dyal,who exhibits some ANDREWS 19 placed fifth In the meet witha two yards as the entire left
fine running and avoidingthe time of 14.23. Donnle Burch //rivx"/
very In the highest scoring game side of the Tornado line rose s
opposition capturing his of the season First Federal was eight at 14:52, Mark Hod- up to stop him.
his team out In front eleventh at 15:09: Paul Par-
put ges
flags, second win of '
had the picked up their with 15:26, : : :. .;.:,;' "" 0.rf,1 ..; ::
the first time K.F.C. the season whipping Andrews sons fourteenth a : On fourth down and four yards .. :.. "; ;j ,
ball by scampering 28 yardsfor 31-19 in a hard fought contest Jimmy Cauley sixteenth at 15- to go Ditto again went to the T9 : : 3 S .. ;;:'-Jir. -'?', "- %,-_'"* .." t '" *:

six points. Duane Searle which was closer than the score 54; Larry Paterson with a 16-: air in the driving rain. Dirk _..... --
swept the end for the conver- Indicates. 07, and Carl Hunsinger nine- Nelson came out of the Bolles __ t.. .

sion and a 7-0 lead. Strange as It may sound First teenth at 16:30.Saturday : backfield and headed for the .... ) -, y siiiX3f. 0 .---
Andrews got back In the game Federal had to play catch up Oct. 23, BHS runners corner of the endzone. He got "" -' ,.
when Leonard Johnson went Into will host a home meet ;-..
ball most of the first half and behind Malachi Henry and Ditto ::
the end from five yards with Palatka South Orange Park H
zone did not take a comfortable margin Just lobbed the wet football -
out and when the try for the and Lake Butler.
late In the game. over the Tornado defender'shead.
conversion failed, Andrews Orange Park Is the defending -
Leonard Johnson put Andrew. Nelson held on the the
trailed only 76. on the board first, going from state champions. slick ball and had Bolles first
However, Just before the first five yards out and a 6-0 .ead touchdown with 6:25: left In the 1
half ended. ,. Dyal broke looseon five yards out and a 6-0 lead. n first period. Pringle's kick for
a 40 yard run to put K.F.C.In the winless
David Patrick got First Fed- Rednecks. the point after touchdown was
13-8 at half "" *
front time.
eral back in the game when he MEN'S FLAG FOOTBALLIn wobbly, but stayed Inside the >
The second battle. However half was, K.F.C.a defensive scampered for 15 yards and a games played Wednesday, uprights and Bolles led 70. t"" \

touchdown. Oct. 13, Badcock Furniture con- Bradford took the ensuing
did to put another six
manage Andrews recaptured the lead fumbling the rs. i-'ait.-J'
tinued their domination of theMen' kick off, Henry >
the board Dyal
on as passed
on a Leonard to Steve Criffls kick then picking It up tad
Flag Football Leagueas tarRO-
to Duane Searle and the final -
score of 196.COMMUNITY. pass, good for 10 yards and a they trounced an Improved returning to the BHS 20. Brown = .- *?r
touchdown. Johnson then passedto Draw-Tlte team 4820. and Carter got six yards In

BANK 12 Ronald Stewart for the con- The other game of the double two plays. Then QB Hazen
version that Andrews s around left end was
FIRST FEDERAL 6 gave header saw Kitchen's TIle rolled out ,
Community; Bank going Into 13-6 lead. take a solid hold onto second hit, and lost the football again,
Following Andrews' score with 20-6 win the third BHS fumble.
this place a nvnrtime
game, was the only team
took the ball at
First Bolles again had a golden
not In the but then by
having posted a victory. game
and marched to tho
midfield to From the
So by edging First Federal only five points, 18-13. opportunity score.
12-6 all four teams have end zone with Barry Thomas First Federal, soon after the BHS 25 big Glvhan carried for -
now the drive with an 8 for // It Floats .See The Pros
won at least one game. capping opening of the second halt Increased the .yards necessary a ,
touchdown run. However, down In three plays.From
yard when first '
AU the scoring of this-game their lead 25-13 :
the conversion attempt failed the 12 yard line Clvhan tried At
was done In the first half. Barry Thomas was off to the
Andrews held 13-12 lead. Gas
and a but
his left end Randy
The bank team took a 6-0 lead races again sped 50 yards for
early In the game when Eddie With the first halt rapidly a touchdown, and then added kins closed that off and stoppedthe :1L

Jackson took off on a 38 yard coming to a close, Barry Thomas the conversion. Andrews came Cacclotd big back tried for the two other yards.end : Jimmy Moore's Sun
touchdown run. However, the broke loose on a 40 yard right back with Steve Grtffls Tornado end Charles Wright Sports
lead was shortlived .. 'Barry run for the go ahead touch- scoring Ms second touchdown but
him with Just a yard.
Thomas duplicated Jackson'srun down. Thomas must have covered of the game on a three yard stopped
and tied the score at 6-6. 80 yards on the play as run and First Federal's lead Then Ditto went the to the air North Floridas Largest Boat Dealer Cis <*.
Just before the tint half end he ran from one side of the was cut to six points. again, trying same pass *
ed Jackson again broke loose field to the other avoiding wouldbe However, First Federal then play to Nelson. But this time 4 '
Henry wasn't caught trying to U.S. 301 AT CALL ST. PHONE 964-5791 STARKE, FLA.
and First Fed-
Oils time for 35 yards and what flag puller.
sneak up to stop a rue The
turned out to be the winning eral had the lead for the tint (S.. Pg. 6))

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Period r.. Tornadoes Lack Zip

Buchholz TD 4.f Of First 3 Games"It's

Beat JV 11' hard to talk about the Ing attack. It has yet to Jell did a heckuva good job of pass es have pointed out previously -

game Ifs all so disgustingeven and It must If the Tornadoes blocking" Coach Reese says. that some new players like
to the boys," says Coach are to generate any offense Bolles dumped quarterback Eddie Newham and Luther, will have

David Hurse of his Tornadoes' this season, Hurse candidly ad- Hazen only once. The credit to come througtu
Workhorse Tommy Reddish STATISTICS second loss of the season a mits.
carried the ball over 200 yards 16-0 shutout by Bolles. there goes to center Farelon Wright and Ryal were both
Tuesday night but It wasn't downsB Buchhols The Tornadoes, Hurse says, BHS backs are told contin- McClellan, guards David New- singled out by Coach Sexton
enough a. Buchhol of Gainesville first 13 8 have not been able to regain ually to get both hands on the ham and David McCutchens, for their work against Bolles.WrUht .
JV 20- Rushing Yds ball and to hold on when they tackles Vernon Barber and Randy Coach Hurse
edged the Starke 98 the zip they had when they Is tabbed by
Passing Yds 0233 28 played St. Augustine. see they're going to be hit, Gas ins and tight end as the best offensive lineman

18.It was the third straight loss PC-PA-PI 0-3-1 2101Fumbles "If we had the desire of Hurse says Wright. 'on the team. too.
of the season for the Junior the first three ball games, we As for the hitting against Newham, playing In.the placeof Luther, making Ms first start,
Varsity; and the fourth In five 1 0 could beat anybody, Including Relies' the coaches are satis the Injured Melvin startedhis also caught the coaches eye.
Yds Pen'1 25 first ball He
40. fled 'We hit nf varsity game.
starts. r Palatka," the veteran Brad- Friday l.t as When he gets experience Coach
Reddish gained 143 yards on ford coach says It Is a mystery hard as we've hit all season" Is the biggest man on the squadat Reese says, Luther will he a
and scored two Score by Quarters: BUS Hurse says 180 pounds and did a good Fri-
23 carries to the coaching staff lineman. At times
Bradford 0 6 12 0.18 f'f for his first time out coaches tough
The But the five fumbles and the Job but
touchdowns. sophomore Buchholl 08 why the Big Red spirit Is miss day he was blocked down
0 12.20 Intercepted passes didn't allow say.
fullback gained another 71 yards the newcomer "over-all did a
ing.There the Tornadoes to carry out His size and strength are "
while returning three Bobcat: were Just nine Bolles their game plan and left Brad- expected to aid the Tornado pretty good Job.

boots. Buchholz 39, picking up 21 yards players on the sidelines Fri- ford' statistics In sad shape. offensive line tremendouslyonce Linebackers Vernon Barber
The Baby Tornadoes outdid on four carries. The PAT kick day when the game was In BUS had 50 yards rushing and Newham gets some ex- and Joey Branson were both
the visiting Bobcats: In everything by Reddish failed and Brad progress. passing. *patience under his belt. credited with good performances

but the score, as the ford led 18-6 with 2:31 remain w "We had a good game plan Center Farelon McClellan has at Bolles. Branson has been
Cats taught the young Tor- quarter. for Bolles," Hurse says "We- In general the Bradford line been a steady and consistent consistent since his switch from !

nadoes a painful lesson. Bradford fans and especially __ ve had a good plan for every caches Sexton and offensive performer says Coach Reese. mlddleguard to the position he I
Buchholz could: not move the the Tornado defense should ---- --- ....... game, but we simply haven'tbeen ? coach Jerry Reese, found more The offensive line of the Tornadoes played last season. !

ball against the powerful Tor n't have become over Jubilant Quarterback Ronnie able to execute It." things to praise their playersfor must Improve It the" r
rounds right end for 12 People are always braggingthat
nado line except following Tor- a definite than did Coach Hurse of
One that Is
thing a
the 'Cats marched rightback Tornadoes mount
as are to a suc- when
yard and the first they are taxpayers,
nado scores when the Big Red gain score of the night the backfield
to the 'lorna-
58 yards in 6 plays with Ernest disappointment cessful attack, coaches point the real status is in having
defense fell apart and was more Hyler scoring on a pass do coaching staff Is the pass- "I think our offensive line out. That means as the coach- enough clout not to be one

hot air than a Tornado. from Pritchett from 15 yards Green's hands and Palatka recovered .

Bradford the first completely quarter dominated of play, out with five seconds remain- ending the Quantity RI till"Rr: t re
but was unable to score until ing in the quarter With Palatka starting : C 0'0 P' 0 N 3

early In the second period of The Gainesville squad had deep inside their own
play. In the first quarter the the Big Red DAYSONLY
the kick-off to their on the 12, ,
Red defense held the 'Cat to second luv n Tlolrur
the offense a '
42 where they set shop. gave '
own up !
minus- yards total offense Ir ?soli
On second down from the 49, as they stopped the
while the Tornadoes ground out ning game forcing THURSDAY
Pritchett Car
quarterback 1 PIECI Cghlrl
90 yards on the BJ'OUnd.Bradford' scampered punt the ball back to FRIDAY
left end on an option and ( TlllE HTr
first score of the t /r T and
Bradford took control
26 yards before being
game came with 6:24: remaining dragged down from behind. ball late in the second MQT SATURDAY ftl Irl ,
in the second quarter on a 12- .
Halfback Doug Whittle almost of nMvwe PalnttVa 38. *
yard sweep by quarterback Ron BUS couldn't score .'
nie Mall The drive originatedfrom broKe it open two plays lateron
and forced to
a similar play with 5' 1 were
the Bradford 37 with the
ball back on downs
Stewart finding
Tornadoes moving 63 yards In Brave 22 following a \ Here's chance to become rr""A y"'
13 plays. self the only thing between the 'U your a money-saving coupon clipper M.raarAw.n

Reddish paved the for the 'Cat runner and the goal line. bomb which flew y, Check the '-d
way specials throughout the store.
Strickland did Ms Job on the hands o f the would-be r many coupon
Tornado score picking up three S'll back but only! after a 14 ceiver in the end-cone. 'rrrrrr' '
crucial first downs on carriesof 11'1/'It1kuA 'If4hU'ttil" 'f..Ilu .'=1Tl'' _
yard gain which moved the ball Palatka South first x 9m H 500 WORTH OF PRIZE ;
9, 1, and 10 yards. to the .Tornado 10. Two plays early in the second half I S 16 EXCITING TRIPS FOR TWO
The Bobcats: came right back Ron Alexander nearly .
later '1 \n PiirtltiisvirfMMivi *t iNnt hit I ill Uul \ IIIMHI( =' '"' ,.1
though as they took the Tor- Hyler scored from 13 28 | 1 I
and scampered .
open C.nl.ll Will Ind Oct.tie. I9M Wlnn.i. Mill B. NollfUd By Moll
nado kick-oft and marched 62 yards out. The PAT failed I
but on an off tackle play I i II 1I I
yards In 9 plays with Tony Bradford saw Ifs lead shrinkto the Bradford 28 yard Si Fll/l h-e rA. un TO Httt a.two 1 (

Butt scoring on a fifteen yard 18-12 with still another fifteen yard Palatka ; I rIPlltte-NIWTO//fWIIAIND/f.rlw0-'ra.'I/ ; '' rIeMANINI _1
pass from quarterback Rusty; quarter of football to be played. and two Brave fumbles !I I hue I

Prltchett. Palatka recovered 1 3:4: Prize ho-CA."nAN sums /.,ewe ; /
fourteen-year-old Bo Lochr "

sparked the Cat drive picking Reddish returned the Buchholz over Brave on threat their as own 33 lxj1 I 4th tlllt 10-HM/MH HIHIO HtCllVH// C. i-m L-V i } I i I
31 yards on three carriesas ruhwn.o
up kick-off 25 yards up to al
Tornado defense let up following the 40, but Bradford could do an 11 yard punt.In 1 I
the Bradford score. afterwards as four cracks at third the period closing Tim Crews fJiJ ? M aker 1
Pritchett came right back the 'Cat line netted only one cally blocked a Palatka ; O ; ; 1 Famous I

and pass to fourteen year old yard and Bradford had to punt the Brave 39 and the '
6' 1" Mark Ellenson for the
the ball away.Buchhols once again had good
game deciding two-point con- then set up shop
ton on the Brave 46. v ,e I-
version. on their own 28 with over eight On first down from
Bradford threatened once minutes still remaining In the Bradford
again In the closing minutes of game. On third down from the was foul 1 ACrtdrA'rntlmia
a personal
the period with Reddish carry- 36, Pritchett again kept the ball :big yards the on ball back to the 'fidTr/6/l'rAdhfrAn'g1A/ /61. /Trl11
ing the ball four straight times on the option and galloped 28 ford 37. Bradford's .wwrr-r..r -r 1. / r.,llibrn7110'7r'rTl

for 31 yards In moving the ball yards around left end before line blocking then
down to the 'Cat 31. Then on being dragged down from be- and Green was thrown
first down from the 31. Tim hind. A fifteen-yard personal '
ses of 2 and 17 yards I Men s Dress Shirts
Crews coughed the ball with Bradforda
up foul penalty, against
'Cat Ben Baisden coming up play later moved the ball trying to pass bringing Anti Freeze '- 'li Shorr tleeve*. 65'i dacron-35% '
fourth down and 46
with It and ending the Tornado even deeper Into Tornado country Never pick up < stranger) "- '1' cotton Solidk bold strip*, }:
I 18. I A nationally advertised productat 1 3I Long point collar 14lol7. dC
threat.In t. down to the 22. Three ePfn8:5 3
Jerrold Fletcher then our lowett price1 1
the third period of play, plays later, the Bobcat again Tornadoes N
Bradford scored on their first turned Bradford's punter
left end on
series of downs In the second dish following a bad rl .'
the option with WilUe Knowles Palatka found GALLON e l V Y 1 a
half as Tommy Reddish broke scoring the game winning TD
the Bobcat line and a first and goal-to go '
through 22
from yards outWith ., nlLir'/1'.4dhn/b/IA.A. / .A.A.A.A.A; ./ .
scampered 44 yards for the time running out, the Tornado five. -ywr IAdb/Id6/L1tU1hoA/1/1t/WWI/L/b11d6/1/L/L/ / / ,j : IL/E'd11LJ1'111111IIi1IW/rUni_ /
The PAT failedas On first down from tit/GJl'ikV' 11' '- _
score. Tornadoes drove down to the isnzE3iPuww; /P.V'.U'.U'.U'.V'UVg1jjyj-1i/'U'U'U'.Q": ' IMMHItMHfv/ /' / kU1piR'.W
the kick went wide ot.the Buchholz 39 before running out quarterback Robbie <

mark and Bradford led 12-6 with of steam, where they gave the the ball on the sneak and Jacquard Decorator '
62: $ remaining In the third ball! up on downs. up four and half yards 0 Men'sKnit

quarter of play.Bradford 'Cat Quarterback Rusty; Prit- the halt-yard line. Hall II I Bath Towels p Kitchen Clocks 9I Trim Jackets

scored again the chett paced the Buchholz running cracked the Tornado Bright. lovely? .potternt o.dFourth a Sparru-.II rnrnnp-Assn 50%
next time they got the ball attack with 60 yards on 6 second and third down cole''n. Fluffy/ and abab.m. C11 1 + ( whn.-Blocs Avocado. C'y C I-y I pellent Alienedolori..a.r canon. S, M.Water L, XL rerS, i

with Reddish crashing seven carries. up only Inches, but
yards through the heart of the The win was the fourth for ball to the goal line.
the 'Cats In five .tarts while r"m 0
Bobcat: line for the score. B rxesn ? 1
Reddish again engineered the the Tornadoes slumped to 14. STATISTICSPalatka al ro C1

drive which originated from jmw Ir/YQ1Yr11,0'nYr/l'Jl'.yl'YIn'IL/1/1'lh/l'I/ ; / O'IIIrA7nnIrCO'Ilan'Ira'0'hfi'nnn/lhAlnAJI/h/NIi1nOdLh/LQS; '
/ / ,nfin76/1/1', ibn/1/ Q
PALATKA GAME Rushing Passing Y Y do do 0 83 mP mtllj IH I'J' wUtu'.u'.u'' jf I U.1kuWP1/'U'' 1'uu.V'1P1'' T_ I 1/'i/11'iPlftkV1// /1IT _

BHS Loses FO-PA-PI 0-2-0 Eagle Ammonia
Palatfca South' Jerrold fetcher Fumbles 1 1 I Men's 1 Men's

blocked a fourth quarter Yds Penal. 35 Clear Otnmomo, the ells purpote 1 Orion Socks 1 r
To Bolles. Bradford punt and quarterback: Punts 3-24 household cleaner Wonderful Irk'' I. lyatk Shorts k
lor general & Co-larabl, "rash in 9 rid. I
Robbie Hall scored on a one cleaning laundry 1
I C' ,. {
rang. of orlon, Spa, IOre I7. HandtQfnely Iailored4>)tiid A totted
foot plunge as the Braves Wanw 1: 1 ,,, t G 1. colors and /fabric*. $ ro 30 to k/. CCf
(From Page 9)) WMa. -
edged the Baby! Tornadoes 6-0 On fourth down Hall
elected to 1 C 1. Sold ear 1.73 C..
zen hit Testone with an eight Thursday night. again keep DwRT 1
the first under the sneak and
The loss was on G 1
yard to the right side.
pass head Coach Roland Henderson the goal line before being
Bernard Brown hit the Bolles new .... ; -iVtrACladrAT61rn'IrairJtlrn'1Tn1iAuIA1IA1In71'btlltnnxf, ?
forewall for a short two yards, and the third of the year for back-by the Tornado line. taUdAt.U.'tl.soma'n'fitn'IAI II{ A_A 11.n.nn nu.nn/lunAnt. ,/ ,<>enmtln,
then on fourth down ploughedout Bradford's JV team. The point after j1tZ.V9t'1R'p' t'V'.tr'U'li'
Neither team could move the failed as a pass flew'

feet the for necessary a first down two at more the ball on the rain soaken field plete and Palatka took Bath Scales ; : jA ll Utility Tables ; ladies'Sa"
but Palatka made the belt of lead with 8:31 remaining i_ .
Bolles 28Bolles now ihape with o "a-.. r 71 .
Tornadoes errors In a game game. rnur.d Hoyt mot.W 1 30" high with lh'.* ? < 1 vlj Nurses Ollords
which saw' 10 fumbles and three Bradford quarterback b .iah accurately to 260Ibt al- : I 15" X 20" Soil, on cotter*.
came back with a 45 punts blocked. Green led both teams In Fully odiuttable. I :1 Pop or wnt'e with outlet. : Nor.ernlarash.Cuhn.d
yard drive to the BHS 40 but The Tornadoes fumbled six Ing yardage, picking up r G l y er mn.rohwhaonnyL3ra10,
was stopped when Wayne Tes 8 carries. '
Ditto times, losing while Ken \ I 4
tone intercepted a pass one Worse news of the e 1- ;
Fequa recovered one of four
Henry caught a Hazen pass Palatka fumbles."In Tornado fans came ASSORiCDC0LOR3nm
for a nine yard gain to the game as news was 1 -
Bolles 19, but on the next play it rained a game situation where that quarterback Charlie w_ A.ttdlrnIr1T rw; w-ww.ww-w----lYn(1'lA3rrlrA ICn'IhIr A Ai( 1 A'nI; rI6A/10'AIrIT'nllntl'I1IIAIhA11, ; ;_nAil/tel1, / ,( A-A- ,A,A A.A/ AA, A'A A /AfltVAWmA Aft.AAGirls' 11Q
like It did Thursday w- -- -- - -
the Tornado running back fumbled t/U/ WtI ''' '
would be lost for U t/11'1/ v / uu'Iktll '
the / '
the football. Bolles' end nite the breaks win It or lose pd I 1/'n'1/'tttktl'.u'U .
it for you." said Henderson. of th e season due to _.
Mike Brady fell on the ball
"And had received In a motorcycle Nylon ladies
we some bad breaks S I' Men'sPenny
at his 15 yard line stopping .i
following the
which game.
really hurt u.. '
Bradford's most serious thnwt Quilted Jackets k
Green is i Loafers
at the 15 and returned to the Palatka blocked two Bradford now In a I 1 ,
punts, while Tornado Tim his hip down with his Adao6l. woshobl. sari r. II. '= + aalt uPla.n. N.r Pall cellar 1 Tricot lined.
Tornado 37.Thegame seesawed f o. > ., Prmn a 9ich Cot do*
.hl. "hdr.77.79
ken in .fir pea w'docJ. 4'7, t'U. ., =
then with neither team able to Crews got his hands on the two places. s I von lrernSn.r 6 to 12.

make more than one first down Brave boatBradford According to his
before being stopped. threatened first Green will be ready for 21'A k

Bolles' final touchdown came mid-way hrough the second practice

with 3:14: left in the game, period as the Tornadoes drove hearts boys* played

after the Tornadoes were placed from their own 26 to the Palat out,' said _nrninr ,l1Nrr irllWrAlnm, nnnt6A, ,A.A.A.A. A A.TW.A,. ',A AIWA A'A,A A,n IQAIIAAO'jtnnfhn ,
deep In Bolles territory after ka 13 before fumbling the ball land Henderson. "They i"ii wr-.owrr raw rwwarwrrr _mnvr1IwrnnA1IA,
a 15 yard penalty; for a cUp i away. real good and gave : .V'uu1'' cullUu'V,uuLlii u'.u'.uYlkw
on a punt return. The Tornadoes started from effort and you can's .

Taking over at the eight, BHS their own 26 but couldn't pickup any more than that. Righl6rar/ SUidei i> "" WilHiisqnStalRhss
made ,only six yards in three a first down against the
tries and Steve.Strlcklandpunt.. tougn urave defense and were ; M-.. ial Medicated 1lltrdOfaot >
ed from his 14 yard line. Hlg. forced to punt the ball away. \ .... l Pads ,Q ,

gins returned 22 yards to the A roughing the kicker call 40*. are ;7 OeBbh Edit Blades

Tornado 33 yard line for BoI..... against Palatka, however, revived
The BITS defense stopped the the drive and gave the 9
Bulldogs with only two yards Tornadoes a first down on their r f37 r'2' I !;!: !J Dye

In three tries and Ditto punted own 44. ; aw j .. Lis
from his 31. Bradford Quarterback Charlie Green
penalized 15 yards for rough-was then elected to keep the ball on r rJ nvrnA rrilTrn', rLTAnnnn: nnnnn{ .Innnnnnnnnrinrnnts'rrnnsT); '; ; +rnhn

and Bull the option again turned right

dogs a big firstadown at the end on a n option and picked up
yard line. another' 10 yards and a first

Chris Pineda ran for six down on the Palatka 20. Q
; of the BItS; Tommy Reddish then picked:
,yardsendslUggiu got seven; up 5 and 2 yards bringing up

;yards on dive over right guard I a third and 3 situation on the
to the Bits three yard line and l Brave &13.; On third down the "Can I gel you e drink
a first down. wet plg-skln squlrtted oM of -

Page 10 TeteRran h Oct. 21, 1971


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FOH BIDS) By Karen Supsky
2 Deep Wells and pumps, 1 wife
STATE OF FLORIDA DE- 1956 GMC Truck.I Ford Trac- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat COUNCIL MEETINGThe Wadsworth, and Ed Saxon. All quate) since the beginning of Such thoughts raced through, Each child has Individual Interests
Tallahassee. Florida tor, 1 disk I rotary mower, an action to the following first council meeting of present and accounted for but the drive for more participation. the minds of Joe and Ruth Rid- but they all also enjo
t SCHOOLHOUSE SYSTEMS 1 two toe corn planter, 1 cultivator That an action to Mortgage the year for last month's new- the out-going Marshal, Hershel dick upon first seeing that lit- the togetherness that can only
PROJECTPROGRAM 4 all ehrubbery; Foreclosure( the following( pro- ly-elected officeholders was Parker, who was not able to Receiving the $5 prize for tle house on L'S 301 Located come with family participation
t NOTICE TO BUILDING SUBSYSTEMS has been filed against you and perty In Bradford County, Florida held October 12. be there. having the most parents attend perhaps a quarter of a mile in a single( endeavor With the
CONTRACTORS Weldon P. Bartlett and his wife, : The roll of council members Swearing In of In-going officials ( the meeting In their behalf, from SI-! 18, on the Hampton Rlddlck family It comes in tile
t Elba S, Bartlett and you are That portion of West Quarter Including out-going officeholders saw Arthur Bruno as Ma- was the 3rd grade of Mrs Star route, the locality lookedto form of water skiing. Seem-
Separate, sealed, proposals required to serve a copy of CWi/4) of southeast quar- was as follows: Willard yor, and Win lard Thomas as Ernestine Denmark. be a promising future home. ingly more adept at the sport
, will be received at 2:00: P. your written defenses, If any, ter (SE1/4)) of SEI/4 and the ThomasMayor; Lillian Ingen- Marshal simultaneously takingthe With growing (Interest and determination than his companions, Daniel
I M. local time, on Tuesday, to It on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., El/2 lying South of Graded lathCity Clerk; and Councilmen oath. The oilier three new \EW MARSHAL ( the Riddicks entered slaloms and skis on a skat
26 In the ace
October 1971 of
Plaintiffs' attorney, whose address Road ,in Sec. 9 T-6-S Range A.C. Dennison, Pat Glo- officeholders then followed by CRITICALLILL Into an agreement with akl.
of the Schoolhouse Systems of Education Is P.O. Drawer 340, 22 East, EXCEPT the West ver, claw! Thomas, Frances taking their oath of allegiance, Wlllard Thomas, after tak- the owner, returned to Pem- To elaborate any further on
Project Department
Starke, Florida, 32091, on or 270 ft thereof they were: Councilmen Helen ing his oath Tuesday night, broke lines, a small com- any facet of their personality,
for Tallahassee and, Florida, before the\ 5th day of November North Half (}Nl/2)) of North- v Baker, and A.C. Dennison, and Oct. 12, was unable to begin munity Just west of Hollywood, as a whole, would onjj lessen *
Structural furnishing Heating Installingthe Vent- 1971. and file the original east Quarter (NEI/4) of SENIOR City Clerk, Lillian Ingenlath.Ed his Job of defending law and (Just north of Miami), and began anyone's chances of being -
; Court Northeast East Quarter W Saxon Pat Glover and Fran- making duly impressed as I was
& Air with the Clerk of this order. Taken with a heart arrangements to
lating Conditioning; either before service on Plain- Of Rd #200, NEI/4 of NWI/4 ces Wadsworth, along with the attack the following afternoon move to their new-found dream They would like company and
Lighting-Celling; tiffs' attorney or Immediately of NEI/4 Sec 16-6-22, 29 A- CITIZENS new members, compile the cur- he was rushed to the Medical house. I'm sure anyone meeting them
stallation Partitions;and Carpet Cabinet; Roofing-In thereafter; otherwise a .default cres more or less. rent city Council of Hampton. Center In Gainesville wherehe Destiny seemed to smile In would be encouraged to strengthen
Sub-systems for the following building will be entered against has been filed against you r Mrs. Hazel Thomas was has been In intensive care. their favor when Joe appliedfor such friendship,
construction you for the relief demandedIn George J. Elchermuller & 1111- thanked for her two years of Ills condition has shown some transfer from managementhead ;
new 1. Polk County: New Junior the Complaint. degard! Elchermuller and you 3400 Delegates from 400 organizations faithful and unselfish serviceto improvement since the near- In the Miami office of .ITEMS OF IVTFRrST: :
WITNESS my hand and seal are required to serve a copy throughout the U.S the town when swearing-in fatal attack. Southern Hell and succeeded.
The Honorable 'Mien J. I
High School "C", Auburndale, of written defenses, If will meet in Washington D.C. To the bus- lie Is test deskman are,
of this( Court this October 1, your was over complete Ralph Vaughan' was appointed now at the Mayor of Sweetwater
Florida. any to It, on the plaintiffs( attorney at the White [House Conference Incas Involved In attaining new Deputy Marshal to replace Mr. Gainesville office, To further the
1971 at Starke Florida panied by City Clerk of
2, Bradford County, Bradford GILBERT,S. BROWN whose name and address on Aging. It will not be enoughto leadership, the nomination and Thomas temporarily. Mr. Thomas convince them they were go- Sweetwater, Blanche Carlow
County High School-Phase n, Clerk of the Circuit( Court Is George II, Pierce, sit there and listen to Bom- unanimous acceptance of Pat will resume his duty at Ing to be allowed to execute Is here on a combined businessand ,
Starke, Florida. r P.O. Box 1030.:) Starke, Flo- bastic, If well-meaning spee- Glover as the council chairmanwas such time when his health allows their plans, almost Immediately pleasure trip
3. Bradford County, Bradford By Virginia Clerk Darby rida, and file the original with ches. We have worked for two instituted. after putting their house In Planning to several
Middle School Addition, Starke, Deputy the clerk of the above styled years discussing the mistakes Business of another kind got I'enbroke Pines up for sale, the two stay ] days,
10/7 10/28 are present visitingthe
FloridaAll 4t court on or before November made since the White House underway with the first Issue KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORS they found a buyer. Soon after, Honorable Arthur Bruno
proposals will be openedand 8, 1971: otherwtdo a Judgementmay Conference called by Pres. El- up for consideration being the Have you ever seen some- Joe and Ruth settled Into their Major of Hampton and his,
read aloud. Any proposal NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR bo entered against you for senhouer in 1961 Toward a allocating of funds to purchasetwo thing or someplace, such as new home with their three chil- wife, arbara,

received after 2:00: P.M.. October -.. TAX DEED the relief demanded in the com National Policy on Aging, uniforms for the new Marshal a house, and knew right awayit dren: Mrs. Cark>w Is here strictly
2(3.( 1971 will be returnedunopened NOTICE IS HEREBY given, plaint or petition. meetings have been In contin- The motion was voted on was what you had always been Daniel, the oldest at twelve, on pleasrue, visiting with
Prevatt the holder of WITNESS hand and the and for? If have ever attends :
that Earl my urous sessions In all counties passed, making It the first looking you Bradford Middle School, her long time friends. She has
The Department will act as the following certificates has seal of said Court on October 8, and states of the Union under final decision of the new coun- experienced this feeling( you presently In the seventh grade. held her position as City f lerk
filed said certificates for a 1971 cil. Discussion of future will understand Just how the lie enjoys and
AGE 'T for the Districts to the leadership of the Bureauson plans sports promisesto of Sweetwater well over 10(
receive bids, evaluate submissions -_ tax deed to be Issued thereon. (Court Seal) Aging since 1970. and proposed issued filled out family I'm Introducing this week be a valuable asset to his years, during which time she
and nominate successful The certificate numbers and the remainder of the meeting felt not too long ago. school with such accomplishments became acquainted with the Mayor -
bidders to the listed school years of issuance, the descript- Gilbert S. Browns Unity of purpose In mind, before adjournment. Picture yourself visiting as being on the all-star and his wife.A .
ion of the and the Clerk -tf said Court the friends having them show you team three
districts. property, spirit and will Is the principaltask Following meeting, an Invitation years and taking the wet and disappointing loss
Each bidder shall submit with names In which it was assessedare By: Beulah M. Moody of all leaders. Bureaus and was extended to all around, taking you to a house '68 championship as pitcher In met George Rodriguez! last
Cashier's as follows: As Deputy Clerk council members and guests someone else felt Just didn'tsuit his
Proposal a or organizations to see that a de- previous school. Thursday evening. The refereeof
Certified Check or acceptable Certificate No. 20, Year of 10/14 4t 113NOTICE flnlate policy Is forged to 1m- present to Join the Mayor and them, and you will have Cusle, 9, while only In the the Starke-l'alatka football
bidder's bond made payable to Issuance 1968. Description of pllment the fulfillment of policy his wife In coffee and cake at the Ideal situation. The house, fifth. grade, is not without men game, subject of the Know-lour
the School Boards of the listed Property N 66.66' of half block : FOR BIDS which will emerge from debate their residence. It's Just what you want, per- ton In her own right. She has -Neighbors Insert two weeks
school districts In the amount 6 in Lawtey W. of Ry The Board of Bradford County and workshops at this Conference haps a little smaller than you'dlike been In two baton recitals and ago, returned home drippingwet
of five percent ((5%) of the bid- Name In which assessed Clifton Commissioners will be accepting PTA MEETING but look at all that pro- is seeking to prove herself and no \lcu>o to com-
der's sum total of his Pro- N. Prevatt.All bids until 10:00: a.m., The future of all Americansis Hampton Elementary car- perty, almost ten acres, you on the piano as well. pensate for tile bad weather.
posal as a guarantee that If of said property being In November I, 1971, at the Bradford at stake. We must be deter- ried off their second meeting can always add onto It later. IJ.J., a bit young yet to pursue He declared that, regardlessof
awarded the Contract, the bid- the County of Bradford State County Courthouse, Post mined to see to It that the of the school year with discussion The kids, now Is our chanceto any definite course of endeavor the weather and fl-U outcome
der will enter Into a Contract of Florida. Office Drawer O, Starke, Florida work and untiring efforts of of the up-coming carnivaland put them out In the country lust enjoys being a In l'alatka's favor, the team
and/or Gen- Unless such certificate or the following the flurry of recent mem- ; they'll have room to grow;
with the Boards 32091 foV these dedicated and self-sacri {"c-jpar-old In the first grade. played and
a good
berships to the PTA/ (which come face to face with nature; 1 game .
eral Contractors and providethe certificates shall be redeemed equipment( : ficing delegates will not -be he and his sister attend showed plenty of spirit.
required Performance and according to law the property 1 each Base Statin, 120 watts shunted off into committees and Incidentally, Is still not ade kick up their heels a little. Hampton riemcnlary. ;

Payment Bonds, all executed by described (In such certificateor dual frequency with associated agencies to gather dust In the
Surety licensed to do businessIn certificates will be sold to accessories, Installed. years to come. This will not be
the State of Florida. the highest bidder at the court Motorola Model I B73MPB- the final call to solve all the
Proposals may not be with- house door on the first Mon- Series or equlvelent. problems of senior citizens.
drawn for a period of ISO days day In Monday In November 020 watts RF output) The necessity( of Implementinga
after time has been called on 1971, which Is the 1st day of 3 each Mobile Radios( dual three-year program to Iron out
the day of bid opening withoutthe November. 1971. frequency mobiles. possible bugs and errors will llPIuItr
consent of the Department. Dated this 10th day of September Bids should be sealed and help serve this purpose. BONUS
Individual envelopes contain- 1971Gilbert mar: ing each Proposal shall be o- S. Brown ment". For exact specifications( After this conference we can't
paque, and must be so pre- Clerk of Circuit Court of and added Information! call 9C45417 go homo and await results. It Is BUY! FOOD
sented that they may be easily Bradford County, Florida : or contact the Bradford, paramount that the rank and file
Identified as containing a 10/7 4t 1028In County Civil Defense Director. of the senior citizens club
iuiij. PRICES !
Proposal. Gilbert' S, Brown throughout the country become FOOD FAIR
Outside of envelope must show County Judge's Court, In Clerk. politically alert and keep up ODAhhtY
only the following Information: and For Bradford County, Florida the pressure on our President 320 S. WALNUT ST.RIB .
a. Name and location of pro- In re: Estate of Thomas 10/J4 2t 10'21 National and State Governmentsand (AAatD SUPERMARKETS
ject as described In the Con- J. Alderman a/k/a T.J. Alderman Bureaus on aging Ira mean- U.S. CHOICE
struction Documents; deceased NOTICE ingful polity Is to be consum-
b. Name and address of Bid- NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll September 30, 1971 mated. Petitions, letters and

der.c.. creditors of the estateof Handy Way Food Stores, Inc. committees must be formulated -
Identification of 'work for Thomas J. Alderman a/k/a has made Application to the by local clubs and national
which Proposal Is submitted; T.J. Alderman, deceased, are Bradford County Zoning Board organizations to Insure the !fulfillment \ -
i.e., structural, carpeting, etc. hereby notified and requiredto for reclassiflcation of the property of the efforts made at SMOKED; SICRENTELOIN
Bidding Documents l maybe file any claims or demands described below from OR the White House Conference.The CENTER CUT J
obtained at the office of Schoolhouse : which they may have against to BR (Retail Sales & Service) first Conference of this

Systems Project, Bureau said estate In the office of the A parcel of land being 150 kind was called by Presldnet ROAST HAMS
of School Facilities/, Department county Judge of Bradford County ft. square lying East of Hwy Truman In 1950. Twentyoneyears ; STEAKS98c
of Education, Suite 500, Florida, In the courthouseat 16 and North of Hwy 225 InSection Is a long time to suffer
Tallahassee Bank and Trust Starke, Florida, within six 25, Township 5S, Rge low Income;: Inadequate health
Company Building, Tallahassee calendar months from the date 21 East. care and the continous frustrailon $
Blorida 32304, Telephones In classificationis of 1.19
This and neglect
of the first publication of this change of Inflation 1 SHANKcur49c 1
599-5874 and 599-5792 on or
subject to a public hearingto the aged and poor.
notice. Each claim or demand it OUR LBCOMPARE'
after September 27, 1971 Application be held on Tuesday October i i
must be In writing and must
for documents, together 26th 1971 at 7:30 PM In the
The paper work Is practically
state the place of residenceand
with set, should a check be for filed$75.00 promptly.per post office address of the County Commission room CourtHouse at all done Twenty-two million imYDAY LOW HIM IT tVUYDAY LOWM/CCI'JIVIHDAY/ LOW HKin [VHYDAY10*M/CCO MXYDAY LOW fffJCFf
the Bradford County
citizens have great -
claimant and must be swornto political
Bidding material will mailed
shipping charges collect, If de- by the claimant, MS agent, at which time all per- power, Joined by the millions CIMflS/CUV ". '.'. ue tor "UAMTIMM* la .or ha
Interested shall be heard IFYNtTASTff ,,
sons of .18 and and aU
or his attorney, or It will become youth, up
sired. Costs not refundable.
The Department are reserves the void according to law. for or against the proposal Code, as others who will some; day be CHUCK 1 Canned sL
In the Zoning
right to reject any and all bids( Erne Alderman specified staring retirement In the face.
of Bradford County.
and to waive any InformalitiesIn Administratrix of the Es- We must learn techniques.Education
bidding. tate of Thomas J. Alder- John Torode, Chairman Is the basis for social

Date September 20, 1971DeparbnentofEducation man, a/k/a T.J. Alderman, Bradford County Zoning change; thus, It Is Imperativethat 3 IBS
deceased. Board educational I opportunities plltE :* OVIB

Floyd T. Christian, CommissIoner First publication on October 7, 10/21 2t 10.28NOTICE have a higher priority among
of Education 1971. the various services to enagle
George II. Pierce older to cope with such :( HALVES I cJ;
persona .:;:;- 1 LIBBY PECAN
10/7 3t 1021In a.1O
P.O. Drawer urgent necessities as health 1 OR SLICES I

The Circuit Court of Brad- Starke Attorney, Fla.for 32091 Administratrix any I will debts not made be by responsible anyone other for Income these and housing.needs To provision Implement Del Monte Corn ::.'". v1: ?: ::' 4/$1/ YELLOW CLINGPEACHES CINNAMON

ford County, Florida 10/7 4t 1028In than myself O.J. Underhill 2tp should be made for educationand Green Giant Corn 'sans-as; : ':: 4/l/ 1
Case No. 10/28
training for second careers.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE and Anna Lee The Circuit Court of Flor- It Is now time for a new American Beauty Hominy ";..' 2/25c/ I TWIRLS
Tolbert McCoy Circuit In slant In our American way of
Judicial ,
McCoy his wife, and The Community ida, Eighth "VISIT OUR TRICK
From the
Bradford County. MOVIES thought and vision. ,
and For '
State Bank of Starke,
CIVIL ACTIONBeatrice : day we are born we begin the 1
A Florida Banking Corporation process of aging, therefore we OR TREAT SECTION 29oz *
Plaintiffs, -vs-Weldon P. Bart- 1- In a fast moving tale of acton should begin to look on life of FOR YOUR COMPLETE i 3/l 6's 3/99:
lett and Elba S. Bartlett hit mystery, suspense, violence the Individual and as a whole CANS
of flf- E. Smith Plaintiff, love and death the adventure "
wife, and Central Soya that In order to have a good HALLOWEEN NEEDS.
ton, Inc., A Forelgh Corpora- vs. Emanuel K. Rogers, Defen- story of Jules Verne's country, In a healthy economy
don, Defendants. dant.NOTICE book "The Light At The Edge and productive social environ- I f Vf y04f LOW HICS11f VttrDAr LOW ft ICC 11IVUYDAY tOW ftlCCIl f VHYDAY UW ft/Cf/ f 1 NtKYDAY (OUT ftCIl.Pantry /
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo OF SUIT Of The World" will screen at ment we need the tools to work
: Central Soya of Tlfton, To: Emanual K. Rogers Address the Florida Theatre Friday with; a comprehensive National un NN Iw uN a uNsa "r w
A CorporationYou through Sunday, Oct. 22-24. HONirMl *VIN S 1
In., Foreign Unknown Health Program, sufficient Income ORANGE
are notified that an action YOU ARE IIEREBY NOTI- Making a double feature will proper housing, transportation b
to foreclose a purchase money FIED than an action to partition be "A Man Called Horse" and education. This Is :

mortgage on the following pro- the following property saga of a Britisher adapting basic for a wholesome social _POTATOES_ iriJiiLtt4 _
perty In Bradford County, In Bradford County, Florida: to the ways of American Indians environment and spiritual well-
Starting at the Northwest cor- 1969 Parkwood Mobile Home, and gaining their respect. being. If realistic legislation : | 5/89
ner of Section 3, Township ID # 5146 has been filed against The Jules Verne movie, star- emerges from the work of the
7 South, Range 22 East, run you and you are required ring Kirk Douglas, Yul Bryn- White House Conference on Aging _
South 526.5 feet to a point, to serve a copy of your writ- ner, and Samatha Eggar, takes Nov. 28 Dec. 2, we may
said point being where sect- ten defense If any, to It on place In 1865 on a tiny island be able to face the future with COMPARE ,. ; u.s. NO. i ; Golden
don line crosses East side ELZIE S, SANDERS, attorney off Cape Horn, the southern- confidence. RipeANANAS
of State Road No 28, for a for plaintiff, whose address Is most tip of South America, CLUB NEWS '
point of beginning; thence In 138 west Lall: MreeU Starke. Just after the Infant nation of Another State Conference on Ri e-A.Roni. 'Sis: : o 3/l/ ; W HIT E

a Southeasterly course along Florida, and file the original Argentina Inaugurated a light- Aging has been called for Nov. Chinatown Rice II, 39
East side of State Road 1064 with the Clerk of the above house"The Light At The Edge 3rd in Orlando. Carl Hoist once
feet, thence 856 feet to South- styled Court on or before Nov- Of The World." again volunterred to drive me Long Crain Rice .sr ', 39c i POTATOES t :\ """" Ingllr
east corner of the Northwest ember I 15, 1971; otherwise( a there. I '
Quarter (NWI/4) of the North- Judgement may be entered against A double feature also will Nomination for officers for Colgate Instant Shave ",."'-":; 39 ; \ )
west Quarter (NVY1/4)) of Sec- you for the relief demanded screen at the 301 Drive-In Fre- tizens Club for 1972 will take
tion 3, Township 7 South, In the complaint. day and Saturday Gregory Peck place at our Nov. 9th meeting. Pantry Pride Salt "a"a' 9'< 1 c : ,,, lJ i ,9 C

Range 22 East; thence Northon WITNESS my hand and official stars In "Shoot Out" as a man Peggy Payne Is now hoMe Cake Mixes 0'::::::.'rue-. '",, 29 1 4 5 1 ...."" :
quarter section line 948 seal of said Court on Implacable as life itself In the recuperating after undergoing LB BULK : .
feet, thence West 1301.8 feet October II, 1971. rugged 1890 frontier territorywho major surgery at St. Vincent's OVER 7,000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES i .

to point of beginning and lying GILBE T s. BROWN CLERK Is an ex-felon out to a- Hospital.My GOOD 7 DAYS A WEEK. BONUS I GA. RED SWEET I EATING OR COOKING
In the Northwest quar- BY: Beulah M, Moody, venge an Injustice but hinderedIn wife, Dorothy, Is recov- BUYS GOOD THRU OCT. 27 1971. ,.
ter (NWI/4)) of Northwest Deputy Clerk. his pursuit by a homeless ering from herrecent Illness QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I POTATOES l Z,. APPLES Ala BAG 48<
Section 3, Township waif whose guardian he be- and hopes to be at our nest
7rSouth,' Range 22 East, 10/14 4 IP. 11/4 comes. Three sadistic killers meeting. BONUS Bur)

containing 24.91 acres, moreor have orders to harrass but The Grand :March was prac- oaHU IOMO
less. not murder him. ticed In preparation for our GREENCUKES

ALSO: The following personal In The Circuit Court, Eighth "Raid on Pommell" Is the Halloween Masquerade Party '
property situate on above !described Judicial Circuit of Florida In second feature which stars Prizes will be awarded for the
real property: prettiest, funniest and most original r .
and And For Bradford County Richard Burton In an exciting( ."CM 7IVCUDAr C
3840 water-
CIVIL ACTION World costume.
War n drama of men
ers and feed troughs, 2 automatic Benjamin Suslow and Anna Many thanks to Mr. and Mrs.
at war In the Intense heat of
feeders and waterersand Suslow, his wife. Plaintiffvs- the North Africa Desert. Verne Olin for the donation to lOW ,.,ell i IitiJ11( _4 IlilhAJI1AIiw
nests 6 Bulk feed tanks George J. Elchermuller and help defray expense for my
and auguars, 2 Egg cooler units Hlldogard Elchermuller, his 'Wild Females" and "Wild, trip to Washington.We s _"UOUN .N
I egg grader, egg baskets wife, Defendant Free and Hungry" two Xrated hope to have a large attendance MEATDINNERS
2 feed carts, 2 feed NOTICE OF SUIT- films play Sunday and Mon- at our Halloween par-
scoops, I egg washer 6 Poultry PROPERTYTo : day, Oct. 24-25, at the drive- ty Oct. 26th at 1 pm. at the r r ....
barns I egg cooling house, : George J. Elchermuller in. No one under 18 years of Pratt St. Rev. Center. We will r. .... 38c 6lkt
I Tool shed and 1 :Tool house & Hlldegard! Elchermuller. his age will be admitted. have lots of fun.

( : 21 1 1971 Telegraphr PastC IIADVERTISEMENT

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Was Tliritting Experience ; : :::" t-. EIlllJ-: ': ,[ "R,

Point of view By Russell! Kay < ,
I .
The insurance commercialthat :! ,.
thing and then limped homeat .
features: the slogan "Let's 10 miles an hour. '. ,..' Dear Mr. Editor]
Make Driving a Good Thing Rain storms with gust winds ',''\ .Ie" :
about "c'' I cant't help but write a let.
Again" set me thinking were frequent, especially In the ;'
the time when driving really summer. You enjoyed the excitement ., ter when I see so many peopleIn

was a thrilling, enjoyable ex- of digging out the side ., r ... .. ::'0f". ... the same situation as my
perience. mother.
curtains from under the seats
I purchased my first new She has been a widow since
Should Join and trying to get the right
FortyFourOther ;
car in 1916 after having driven one In the right place as you :: I 1966. Due to a severe heart
a second hand Model T Ford stood in the pelting rain with i attack and poor health she was

for a year. The car I boughton the wife In the front seat itr forced to mortgage her propertyto
States In Corporate TaxOn time was a Chevrolet 490. screaming Instructions.As 'w pay doctor and medicine bills.

It was so named because that I look back and compare She is 66 years old and receives -

was the retain price-- $490.00. the situation with motoring today $60.70 per month from

November 2less than two Almost all small corporations will It was bright and shiny b.ackand I cannot help but wish that plf social security

people of be completely exempt from the tax. ran like a Swiss watch. we could "Make Driving Good The Bradford County Hospital
weeks from todaythe
I have owned a lot of cars threatened to put her In Small
Thing Again. In all
spite of
Florida will cast one of the most Approximately 86,000 of the 110,000 since, but none more appre- our fancy costly high r x Claims Court for a $6 bill.

crucial votes in their history. corporations now operating In Florida! ciated and cared for. Filling speed super highways cars and modern I Now in order to receive any

will not pay a dime because of two stations were few and far be- traffic controls, I really I assistance from Welfare, she

They will be asked whether they factors: (1)) The first $5,000 of net tween. Gas was 11
State to tax the Income is constitutionally exempt from lon. Repairs for the most partI downright happiness and receive help.
want to allow the
could take care of myself, I She has tried so hard to holdon
pleasure !In those
profits of corporations-- most of them the proposed tax and (2) Most small thanks to the Instruction book than I do today. good old days i to this property which has

large. multi-state corporations who corporations pay all of their profitsout and supply of tools that came There are more cars on the been hers for more than 30

are not now paying their fair shareof of the corporation in the form of with the car. road now than there were people years.
taxes In Florida as compared to salaries and compensation to officers. A nine foot brick road con- In the "good old days of Mr. Editor, how much more

what they are paying In 47 other The $5,000 exemption can be Increased nected Tampa and Plant City; motoring." And going for a rotten can the lawmakers of
a nine foot sand-clay road con- drive was fun. You knew when this Great Country of ours be,
States of the Union. but It can never be lowered under nected the city with Brooks- you started out that you prob- as to stoop so low as to take

terms of the law. vllle. Plnellas County and the ably would have trouble before care of aliens landing on the

The vote Is crucial to Florida because Gulf Beaches were reached overa you got home but that didn't shores of our Nation but yet

of the significance! It has In Another red herring that has been dusty, narrow shell road that stop you or curtail your plea In turn neglect our own peo

overworked Is the spurious argumentthat wound through pine and scrub sure. ple.What
terms of needed potential revenue
oak via Oldsmar.A Roads in spite of their must we do, Mr. Editor -
and Improvement of the States' tax the corporate profits tax will In trip by motor car to neighboring were never crowded.condition ? Go to an Asian Country

structure which Is now woefully out some mysterious way "lead to a per- communities was a Most folks were friendly and 'C'" or either the Communists of

of balance. Consumer Incomes bear sonal Income tax." thrilling experience. To pass considerate. As fellow motorists Cuba, and return in order to

71.5 per cent of the total tax bill, an approaching car you had to they had learned that It receive more aid than our own
pull to one side. The other was worthwhile '" .. .. ,.. national-born citizens?
this to look
according to a recent study of Flo- The fallacy of argument was after I
driver did the same and you each am a Korean War veteran
rida's state and local tax bill for established when the president of thef'lorlda both hoped you wouldn't get other. and am not sorry for it..would

196970. Small businesses pay an additional Bar Association appointed a stuck In the sand.If Collisions were few and far NATHAN VARNES, 92 do the same again but sometimes -

9.4 per cent while there Is committee of outstanding tax attor- you got up to a speed of between but If they did occur wonder what it would

no significant corporate tax at the neys last May to review the proposed 30 miles an hour you were you could have your car take for the lawmakers that we
present time.Florida's amendment. On June 7 they returned really a hot shot. A flat tire repaired at small cost. You Ready To Celebrate elect In this country to carry
was no problem. You simply simply replaced a fender, or out the duties for which they
their report stating: "We have exa- got down In the sand jackedup a running board, hammered out 62nd Wedding AnniversaryNinetytwo were elected.

present tax structure Is mined fUR 7-B and have unanimously the car got out your vulcanize the dents replaced a bumperor Sincerely,

obviously unfair. While ours Is a pop concluded that it could not, under r kit and repaired the a headlight at the cost of old Nathan for $150, and remodelled Roy D. Griffis
ulous and fast-growing state. It has reasonable construction or Interpretation Inner tube. Sometimes friendly only a few dollars. Few cars Varnes, Union County's oldest old frame building on the site an

the forty-seventh most Inelastic tax authorize the Imposition of a and fellow drivers would stop were Insured and motorists usually male resident, and his "bride"of into a home. He later addedto Dear Editor: who have
help you. Radiators frequently settled with each other There are some
base In the nation that Is. tax reve- personal Income tax on any 'natural boiled over and the without the help of a lawyeror 1908, will mark their 62nd his holdings and continued been led to believe that the

nues do not grow In relation to growthIn person' who Is a citizen or resident motor got hotter than a firecracker the traffic courts.Yes, drivIng wedding anniversary on on October Improvements over the years, illegitimate government of Red

size and wealth. Furthermore we of the State of Florida." But you Just took your really was a GOOD thing quietly 25.at The their day modest will be passed farm ing enlarging it twice the house the and mov- China should now be recognized -
coffee can and filled the darn In those days / on property by the United States as
have the forth-sixth most regressivetax
home on Highway 121, between before he got It to suit him.
structure In the nation. In that It Is true that the people of Floridacan Lake Butler and Raiford, near being of the China.legitimate Even govern-though

each tax dollar demands a higher at any time change their Con- the area known as Johastown.. "Cotton was my big money ment
of Mao
- --- under the leadership
lower and middle stitution and Income Mr. Varnes was married on crop, Mr. Varnes said, until -
percentage from Impose a personal Tse Tung 64 million Chinese
the bollweevll knocked It
I" October
Income families than from high Income tax on themselves but It Is a very County News' } Bloodworth 25,, near 1908 Ralford.to Amanda Of out about the time of World people havemurdered been deliberate-
families. Consequently there Is a new difficult process requiring three-fifths : : the ten children born to their War I I. "But I've done lots of TV and 3,000 AmerIcan -

financial crisis In state governmentevery vote of both houses of the Legislature union nine are living and sev- other things to help make a ing in men Korea captured while fight-

few years which Is usually met followed by ratification by the votersof By Bobby Taylor eral will be able to gather at living, Including dipping tur- back with their were hands shot In wired the

by adding another cent onto the sales the State in a special or general Pountry continues to be one I've made the remark several the weekend home for of their parents this work pentine during and several some carpentry years we together behind their backs.

taxthe consumer's burden.In election. It has nothing at all to do of the most importantenterprt- times that this kind of a quiet family observance. lived In Lake Butler because President Mxon's closest advisor -

with the corporate profits tax. ses In Bradford County, despite program Is the best place to Recognition came to Mr. there was no bus at the timeto Henry Kissinger, has
the low prices received by get the most beneficial infor- already clasped the hands of
the meanwhile Florida taxes Its Varnes at the recent Union carry our children to
our producers for the past several mation available In the short these bloody tyrants, Mao Tie
,large corporations at one of the lowest Another attempt to hoodwink the voters months. County 50th Anniversary cele- school Tung and Chou En Lei
est time. All producers should to lay
levels In the country while taxing con- is the argument that a corporate Many of our folks are feelingthe make every effort to attend bration when he was presnetedwith The only time Mr. Varnes out the ground work for some
a plaque the
and small businessmen at one profits tax might discourage economic "pinch" of what authorities as county's very special
sumers their respective field days when oldest male citizen. It was an spent out of the county was a agreements between -
of the highest. growth of Florida and might even are calling over production of scheduled. honor won by 92 years of almost year or so at Daytona In the the Chinese Communistsand

force business to leave.. ,the, .State. eggs and broilers. Many have continuous residence in rarcentrv trade. the United States with the

Forty-four states in the Nation already The absurdity; of this argument is wondered why production can'tbe The first blueberry bred el.pelcalb' the county, starting with his Communists dictating the
controlled when poultry. terms ,
"But I you can be lure.There
'' for FJorida, has been birth was glad to get backo u "
have a corporate;income tax Immediately ,obvious. Since forty-four. Industry Involves such a ,few released by the Florida Agri- than on mile a farm located less the old home place,"he said Is only one step left to put
a from his
and two of the others raise over $100 States already have the corporate pro- people In the top echelons of cultural Experiment Stations. home. prevent Indicating that he Intends to the final approval to this sell-

million from a capital stock tax. Only fits tax and two others tax them In processors and egg handlers. The new variety named There Is no record of when celebrate his 100th birthday out of hundreds of millions of

Florida Nevada and Washington raiseno other ways. Just where would Industrygo They still operate on the free "Blue gem" was developed by Mr. Varnes' grandfather. Isaac within a stone's throw of the Chinese people and treason to
of from enterprise system of competItion horticulturists Ralph Sharpeand first spot where he was born. the remaining free nations and
significant amount money in order to escape carrying Its where supply and demand WB. Sherman the Varnes came to the area that step ts President Nixon's
large corporations while we help pay fair share of the tax load base? play an Important role is the Crops Department. of Fruit or where he came from, butt trip to lied China.

part of the corporate tax In other ultimate price of a product. Normal procedure for new !and must possibly have been back before In Indian 1850, kLX'S3fi:8a'rtit> !Ig This Is truly one more Instance -

states. We are hoping that the picture varieties Is for them to be released War days William which proves our weak-
will change soon and all to commercial nurseries Varnes the %'rr gofccu4cnc- ness to deal with criminals. .
father of Nathan
Time was when Florida have was born on
may houses will be A '
our poultry paragraph from a book
for propagation. It be by
As Is usual when such matters are 1 may November 29, 1852, on the .
needed such to attract industry in Paul
exemptions filled and full production two or three years before there Varnes D. Bethel, former news
placed before the voters In a referendum but certainly not now when some before our producers are hurt will be a supply of this variety town. homestead near Johns- attache to Cuba comes to my, .

smoke screens are thrown up' economists argue that we are danger too badly. Many of them simply However, If you are interested Nathan Varnes born mind: "An important result of
and red herrings dragged out In an 1 of becoming over-Industrialized at the have to be producing In order check with your nurseryman to the same spot on August 24 on Soviet moves In this hemisphere .:
to make their payments on find : first In Cuba and then
effort to confuse the issue. The pro- out when he will have 1879.
expense of our real bonanzathe the houses and equipment.Our in Latin America
Is that So-
profits tax has been 1 plants As a boy he remembers .
posed corporate rid-
tourist Industry. To argue that tax next poultry meeting will viet Premier Alexei Kosyglnand .'
ing horseback TOURNAMENT
no exception. benefits are needed today In the nine be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, with sacks of Party Secretary Leonid .
In Bluegem Is a variety of rab- corn slung across the saddleto Starting Sunday Oct. 24, the
most populous state with a vigorous. at the Agriculture Building be Brezhnev now act as though ..
blteye and into :
blueberry should ground meal and Committee will
Those who would gain by defeatingthe Starhe. Les Kalch, our Ex- the United States is .
market of its well for Soils grits at the old a coward
growing capital own will grow us. should Richard grist launch a "Dog Fight Tournament .
tax have tried to Implant the fear and a diversified economic base is tension Poultryman bringus be acid with a p11 I range of 4.5 mill, located on a branch near ." Drawing for teams will and the battle is already won.

,In the minds of voters that the cor-; a throwback I to the dark ages when up-to-date on the poultry.. to 5.2. The soil should retain the present Dave Richard homeon start at 1 p.m., with each team Communist Lenin and Stalin spoke of the ;.
situation stdte-wldo. H will would be moisture, but not be subjectto Highway 100 Just of four Full over the
porate profits tax "passedon 1 west of consisting men.
Florida had little to offer except sunshine also discuss the outlook for flooding. Blueberries New River. long term, while Soviet leaders
require handicaps will be used. You
to the consumer. In would take an
I and water. me next few months. a minimum of fertilization Other memories of his boy- can sign up for the tournamentat today see the task with
unthinking person to be hoodwinkedby and are good for a home hood Include the "Big Freeze"In the pro shop any time between frightening Immediacy. By pursuing

this argument. The Bradford County Democratic Executive Agriculture Barry Baldwin Engine, will Extension also garden fruit or a pick-your the mld-1890's, which killed now and I p.m. Sunday. of peaceful their penetration double track policy '

Committee meeting here Mon- give status own operation. all of the orange trees on the Prizes will be fantastic, so be guerilla .:
us a
report on
complying -
wars on the
Since almost all of this new tax resolution with Florida Air and Bluegem produces best fruit old home place, and also the sure to get In on the fun. one hand,
day night) adopted a endorsing "Big Storm" while threatening the world with .
which hit
will come from large multi-state the Corporate Profits Tax and Water pollution laws concern- when cross-pollinated with another in 1898, strewing the the area nuclear war on the other, the .:
corporations which have national pricing ing incinerators and dead birds variety Since Woodard ground Soviets have been extraordinarily .
urging qualified voters to come to blooms at about the same time with huge "original stand"pine
disposal .
> policies any price Increase due the polls on Tuesday November 2, and as Bluegem It Is suggestedthat trees and damaging many homes Stag Night for the past two successful In making Inroads

to additional taxes In Florida will be\ register their approval of the amend- It you are a poultryman, this alternate rows of these and farm buildings. weeks has really been an enjoyable Just this against side the of West all-out always

floured into the national price and will ment. Is a "MUST" meeting We planto two varlties be planted. time for the men of the And the sober fact Is that since war. ".

Of spread among all consumers In the have a question and answer "It looked like our house club who have been there. This World War 2 the Russians and

nation not Just the people of Florida.We The period that should be beneficial There seems to be adequate was going to go for sure" will be a regular weekly affair their stooges have gained the -
resolution pointed out that the
have been contributing to the cor- to you. moisture for seeding clover Mr. Varnes said, "so my dad- at 7 p.m. Wednesday at tacit acceptance by
$5,000 exemption on profits would ex- dy had us all to run take shelter the club house so come on political -
rye ryegrass and other win- leaders .
porate profits tax paid to these states' clude than cent Seven In the A out and enjoy yourself. Another that wars shall
more seventy-five per of our swine produ- ter grazing crops. Don't for- smokehouse. gust be fought In non-Communist .
long enoughisn't it about time they of all Florida corporations from any cers attended the Swine get to do a Rood lob of inoculation of wind raised the roof on the advantage of Stag Night is that territory in South Vietnam and

,started contributing to ours? tax whatsoever and warned thatfallurrto Field Day Unit at the Swine Research on your clover seed. This smokehouse, but failed to blowIt you steak will at a enjoy minimum a tremendous cost of South Korea In the vast Jungles .:

the amendment could possibly lean at the University is a must wnen pianong on soils off entirely Mr. Varnes recalls $4. and towering Andes of
General Motors of Florida last Thursday. Remarks that haven't They had to run out and Latin
example paid grown clover be America. And the battle .:-
to another Increase in ad valorem
pro- indicate that they were fore If get some long timbers to reinforce .
Die states of New York and California you have questions or C. has now been extended by the ;
perty taxes and/or the sales tax. very impressed with the facilities the roof before the
six varieties, fertilization, or other Communists to America's _
each over million dollars in
and the program and were practices, Just call or come by storm subsided. Some folks who towns and cities where it Is
corporate profits tax alone in 1969. Failure to vote FOR the amendment satisfield that their time was your County Agent's Office in had gone to a neighboring town Keep watching for an announcement being met with purely socio- :
and the people of Florida paid their November 2 could well spent by attending Starke. couldn't get back home because pertaining to a logical measures"
on prove an expensive Member Guest Tournament
share of this windfall. During the of the tall timber across the Yes. friends the time Is '
lesson for Floridians. Don't let roads, Mr. Varnes said coming soon. Plans are now now
same year General Motors paid the it be said that YOU made that mis- being made by the Member- upon us to do everything ic: .

State of Florida only 1500. take. Veterans Day "We had to go the Starke for shop Committee. of our Communism.power to stop Every the advance American :.

most of our supplies In those
(An Editorial) C. citizen should write to their .
days, because couldn't
you buy Congressmen and Senators
Although the date of its observance standable terms and actions hardly anything in Lake Butler The Board of Directors ap- to President Nixon urging the :;
It was so small at that
will be different this their support of our national time" Mr. Varnes recalls. propriated funds to light the President not to make a villt"/ ;
year. Veterans Day--October purpose to attain world to Red China. .
peace tennis courts at their monthly ;
25.-should remain of great significance with honor "My mother even had to take meeting Thursday.I'm Paul I. Meng .
Americans.This her chickens to Starke In order Star
The Bradford teal Route
County ;
to sell them." this Is welcome news to all
day originally was designate! Today, as never before in of our tennis enthusiasts. Hampton Fla. '
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED by the Congress !In honor 3l the history of our country, we Regarding the old settlement Speaking of tennis I under-

the millions of America's sons must show the world that we at Johnstown, Mr. Varnes remembers stand that DeWitt Farabee gavea Smokfy
1879 and daughters who Joined the are a nation untied !in pursuit when the community group of ladles a lesson :

AeBi111sa ranks of our armed forces In of this lofty goal. had a post office, blacksmith (in tennis) last Wednesday

defense of freedom and Individual shop and a small commissary they would like to get something ..

f God dignity.As In honoring the more than store). Now nothing remainsIn going on a regular basisIf T E.t'
not a Cod of conf- 27 million Americans who have the area but a church, the enough interest Is shown
loa but, of peee. -I cars served during World War I, Johnstown Fundamental Baptist -

FLORflfRJ5SSASSOei'ATVON 1.sUI. we pause in our day-to World War n, the Korean War, and a few scattered homes kwra' -. .
day routine let us think ho and the Vietnam War, we pointto : ; ,
What a Joy it 1 I. to realize we, as Americans can expressour the fact that their service Johnstown was promoted as October 30 has been set as

that w condition ourselves appreciation to the men was not for the attainment of an early real estate develop- the night for the gala Hallo-
f \J JK. to act act with the poise' and women who have helpedto an additional square inch of ment by John P. Coffin who ween Masquerade Ball, so start t41PREVENT

we *o much desire to .xpr M. preserve our heritage. First territorial possession They even published a small newspaper making plans now for a "Big S

Never again. need we give In to and foremost we can respond served their country not to "The Johnstown News," Pumpkin" night. There will be ":. .

L. MATTOWS, X4it..j'...... petty irritation; never again. simply by being Americans- subjugate any person. at one time mostly as sell a promotional prizes for the best costumes 4 -.;

leaIYlel. .e:* lLreday *UCbM ...... r ..... need we speak too quickly. : act Americans Americans who who are not alert-afraidto lots Mr. Varnes publication said to his topped off by music and dancing
are Let this Veterans
Day 1971 and a real good time
MiltoT "11e f*" Oflto as Mart. HerU&AH too hastily. Let ua be patient
face the challenges: of to- be a time for rededication by for everyone. This affair .Is
I ef Marsh ** 11ft. 'In our daily encounters and day-Americana who understand word and deed to the When he was a young man open to members and guests

/ etettlite III tide. .... I Tear. l1.Nl o.taII rely on prayer and the Christ the gravity of the world though national unity and an of 20, Mr Varnes bought 80 so come out and help us enjoy .I..
r. ftlaM .1.M.. spirit of peace and love to situation--Americans who will honorable world peace. Let us acres of property near his the Hob-goblins at 9 p.m. Saturday -
assist. ne. express !in completely under- begin. birthplace from R.R. Richard the 30th. FOREST'FIRESIOur !

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Mrs. Henry Harrell was honored PLANS COMPLETEPlan Next regular meeting of the
with a stork shower on Honor America Day. Committee CHAPTER 168 will begin with Sunday Schoolat pastor, Rev. Jenkins, officers
Monday night Oct. 4, given by to attend the Halloween is set next Wednesday, Oct. I the first time D (Mainten-in many Dell Chapter 168 will meet 9:30, Deacon W.C. Taylor and members were grateful for
friends at the home of Mr. Carnival at the Brooker Ele- 27, at the Pratt Street Recreation months Company Thursday night Oct. 21, at 8 Acting Superintendent. Class her presence. Also membersof
and Mrs. W.H. Hicks. Pink, mentary School on Saturday Center. ance) 53rd Support Battalion, p.m. All members arc asked to No. I, Deacon J. Royal: I'\?. the community
in the
blue and yellow were the colors Oct. 30. The parade will beginat All Interested )parties are the local unit Edwards located Road be present and on time Business 2, Rev. D. Hathcock; No. ;0$,
used In decorating. 4:30: at the Farmers Mar- urged to attend the meeting, has new armory few on accord-, of vital Importance. Deacon Leo DeSue; No. 4, Deacon -
The 20 guests enjoyed play. ket marching through town up says Mrs. Carol Ann Cheek, Ing to a Capt.vacancies Richard H. Joc- Sheppard; No. 5, Deacon l VET NEWSA
Ing games on the screened pa to the school. Here the participants publicity chairman: since tile kel unit commander. SENIOR CITIZENSIt James Dlggs; No.6. Mr. W.
tio. These games were led by will be judged. So committee Is already making Jockcl, stressed that prior won't be long until the R. Strong. Morning Worshipat
Christine Blackwelder. Prizes Goblins and the traditional e- II, followed by dinner -- -
get your costumes ready and plans for tile July 1972 celebra service enlistin on
were awarded to Hazel Wil! enjoy being In the parade. At tion. personnel may vent of Trick or Treat will be the grounds at 12:30.: Evening great deal of confusionhas
(lie same grade they held
liams and Mary Hicks. 5 P.m. the ladles will start At the first organizational when discharged, on a "try- with us once again. The cel- Worship, 3 p.m. with Rev. arisen from the passageof
The Kilt table was covered c:1: ebration of Halloween will be G.G. Me Arthur and his
serving a chicken pilau sup meeting the following officers one" basis. That Is, they con- Public Law 91-376 and iU
with a white lace cloth. A pink per. Adult plates will be $1.25 were elected: Mrs. hazel Rltch enlist for one only. Sev- observed by the Bradford County gregation from High Springs; application to widows of deceased -
bouquet of mixed flowers and and children plates 75C. Door chairman; Kenneth I Fuqua, cochairman IETIiI eral prior service year men have Senior Citizens Club No. 2 Rev, J.II. O'Neal and congre military retirees who
pink candles adorned this ta prizes will be given away at : ; Charlie Sclueffcr, been enlisted recently under at R.IE! auditorium Thursday gation from Palatka concluding have remarried whose marriage -
ble. While an arrangement of the supper. A hot dog stand will treasurer; .1 lunnlta Dlnklns -- this Jockel said. Oct. 28, at I p.m. All mem- services for the day The has now been terminated
goldenrod brightened another be provided for those desiring secretary; Carolyn I-uqun) tel- :Mrs Lois Johns, a veteran The local unit has a coupleof bers have been notified and general public Is invited.On sa's1.1', Dixon, director ofetereans
corner of the patio. hot dogs. ephone chairman, and Mrs. telephone company employee In vacancies in the unit now we expect them to Join in the Friday the Senior Choir \ Affairs for tile State
Guests were served refresh- Cheek publicity.The Starke, Is shown with a gold for automotive mechanics, fun of wearing masks and cos- will sell dinners, and dlnndcrs of !lorida.
ments In the dining room,where Pony rides, hay rides and committee Is InterestedIn watch, presented last week by personnel, and radio supply repairman tumes. Judges will be chosento will be sold from the kitchen
the table was covered with a fun booths will be provided for enlisting support from members Robert W. Ingle' president of according to Sgt.John pick the winners for Most Greater Allen Chapel, Rev. Confusion, Dixon say s, arises
white linen cloth overlaid witha your enjoyment. The coronationof of the community' and representatives the Florida State Telephone Co. W. Mersey, administrative as- Original, Funniest, and the e.1:.. Jenkins pastor. Sunday when the, widow of a military
white lace cloth. An arrange- the Royal Court will take from all snclal, In appreciation of her 43 years sistant. Prettiest Dress. Prizes will be School, 10 a.m. Morning Ser retiree has remarried I. the remarriage -
and blue place at 8:30. Candidates for awarded to both and vice at II. The Choir 1 I'nlon
ment of pink flowers : service, and fraternal, organizations of service. Anyone Interested In filling men wo- has been terminatedand
centered the table flanked by Princess are as follows: MIchelle In Bradford County. Mrs. Johns began her long these vacancies may visit the ment. Anniversary will be held at 2 the widow has been restored -
lighted blue tapers in crystal Harrell, Renee Mott, and Individuals and organizations employment as anoperutorwlt.h armory or talk with PSG Joseph There will be games songs, p.m. Evening service at 6. Everyone to the pension or DIC
candlesticks. 'Yellow Iced cake Kim Thomas. Candidates for already showing support( at (lie the Starke telephone office In N. Warren at the Voca- and lots of fun. Apples nuts, Is Invited to attend /the roles of (he \eternas Admin
decorated with flowers baby Prince: Steve Foster, Warren last monthly meeting were ;Arthur 1928, and has continued serving tional-Technical Center,or SSG and candy will be provided for choir anniversary, with many istration. She Is shocked and
booties rattles, etc. was Hall, and Wade Raulerson. For tiasklns of the' I'oultrj in this field with the present J.E.: Tomlinson at the Florida. refreshments. We hope for a choirs participating. confused, and In many instances -
served from a crystal plate at Queen: Beth Hamilton, Stacey Growers \ssocl"UonIrs.: owners, Continental Tel Bards Both are senior non- big attendance In order to fulfill Ebenezer Baptist Church believes she has not been
one end of the table while Hayes, Darlene Sharp, Brenda Ihcorlal Pace, Mr. and Mrs. ephone Co., who purchased the commissioned officers In the this outstanding program. Rev. I Leroy Davis )pastor. Bible treated fairly when she attempted -
punch was served from a cry Hayes; for King: Stanley Hayes, Karl hoist and Mr. and Mrs. exchange several years ago. unit who have recently been Please talk It up and bring the Class each Monday night. Prayer to have her benefits on military -
stal bowl at the other end. Pink Todd Rakes Jerry Smith and Bill Richards! representing api lnted as Retention and Re- Senior Citizens with you. MeeUngeach Thursday night. Installations* restored and
and blue flowers and fern encircled Mike Strickland. Support your Concerned Citizens, !Mrs..Iojce cruiting NCOs for the unit. Regular services will be held finds out she is not entitled to
the punch bowl. choice. A penny counts one Chambers of the Starke Elementary "Often a man may completehis CHURCH NEWS next Sunday starting with Sun- /these benefits, Dixon sa)s.
Mrs. Harrell received many vote. Each contestant must turn !I'I'\! !Mixle Carter of military obligation with Greater Bethlehem Freewill day School at 9:4: :>. Morning
lovely gifts for the babytobe. in all his money by 6 p.m. the Siarke Bradford Count home town folks and learn a Church, Rev. Jasper Williams Service at II; Evening Service Widows of deceased wartime
I Among these was a diaper Then he Is allowed to receive Chamber of Commerce, J.t. skill that will enable him to pastor. Monday night, Senior 7 p.m. veterans who have remarried
i bag given to her by the hos- votes from 6 to 8 p.m. At Bradlc) and Dale Brown of become gainfully employed," Choir rehearsal.Tuesday night since veteran's death/ and
I leases.j 8 p.m. the voting will closeso the Starke .J8)eces, and Charles Tomlinson said. "We have an Choir No. 2 and Ushers Board VACATIONING: whose remarriage has been ter-
I that winners can be deter- PlnlUns) of tile Shrine Club) edge in lids type unit because No. 3 will meet Wednesday Spending the summer with minated, may once again be
j NURSES CONVENTION mined. many of the skills we need night Prayer Meeting. Thurs Mr. and Mrs. 10. Smllli of entitled U> N A benefits according -
Mrs. Ernest Edwards accompanied also qualify a man for gainful day night. Ladles Circle will Starke was /their sister, Mrs. to I'ixon.'! However, their
i At approximately 9 p.m. tile meet with Miss Annie Bell Mos- Eddie Lee benefits Installations
four first-year student BMS- civilian employment" Clark of Pennsyl- on military -
nurses from Lake City Com- Cake Walk will begin. This Is Recent! promotions In the unit ley. Friday night, 8 p.m., Antioch vania. Along with visiting relatives terminated upon their re-
munity Jr. College to Daytona great fun for all ages. Try your were Steve J. Cos, A.C. lleroslan Baptist Church will render and friends, she was In man'lage and are not rcstor-
b Beach on Wednesday Oct. 6, luck at winning a cake. Math money Is a system at C.J. Schaefer, Jr., Henry services on behalf of our regular attendance at Greater; able.
Tickets for prizes to to attend the Student Nurses the Middle School that Is usedto W. Tomlinson, and Jerry L. program. Chapel Church.
Association of Florida at the away at the carnival are on encourage students to get Whitehead to SpecialUt-4.
Daytona Plaza Hotel.These student sale at the school; at Green'sGrocery better math Rri'les., Guardsmen receive four days
nurses were: Peggy Edwards Roy Carol's Store, For every right answer one pay for tile four multiple-unit
Nancy Whitehead, Deb- and Brooker Super Market; In training assemblies conductedon
math dollar Is awarded to tile
bie Brannon and Cheryl Lee. Starke tickets are on sale at weekend each
student or u similar method one
They stayed for the business Starke Builders Supply and Davis is used according to the, class loe M rrls, another veteran Last quarter members of the [iijcarterPaints) [f
Grocery Store In Graham of Ole telephone office -
meeting and the Student Nur- : and Ic.tclier. Mrs. I'eggy Stan- employee unit were paid $30,014.73 for
tickets are on sale at Rivers Is also shown with a wrist
Year and
ses of the speeches. Willie wlx-Hay Is (the originator of training during June July,
Rivers delivered a speech Grocery. Shotgun tickets are$1 l; the Idea. watch presented to him by Mr. August.
gas grill tickets are $1; Sp>'- Ingle In tribute to his 31 yearsof
representing the Lake City Jr. The 1 math) money can be trad- and
der bike tickets are 25C; Gen- service to local patrons.
College. ed for field trips, prizes (an Decorative
eral Electric portable mixer lie started work with the telephone SERVICEMENNavy
auction will be held later) and
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL- tickets 2SC, and a P.J. Doll, other tilings. Whenever a,student company In 1940(), and Products
Report cards went home with IOC. So buy your tickets now. gets to go on a field will retire next December 31. !: Petty Officer Second

the students on Monday, Oct. The chairman of the com- trip or I trades his mout-y for Class John D. Fuquay, son of THIS WEEK
18. The following students demonstrated mittees for the carnival met something, he must turn It in Mr. and Mrs. John; Fuquay of
7/inr/ / i'l In lni ( /hn\<-
outstanding schol- Tuesday night at the schoolto to his (curlier and start from I, ii ., intisirnp Route I, Starke, has sailed for
arship and citizenship during work out all details for the zero again( Mils way older / ill, an''' Id grrn. one tile Western Pacltlc aboard the "
"r / nun' one lecnlai WMippoc L
the first six weeks grading per- big coming event the Brooker students have a chance to go 'lrq/fllI attack aircraft carrier USS
iod: Renee' Mott, Debbie Polk Halloween Carnival. on trips or win prizes end", '/ i r.r, 'you Ihrtn/, /bin/", / in some rordinq o// balk Ioquv Constellation homeported In 2

Bradlee Cox, Lee Orten Cynthia 'I TWI hundred or so pupils I ,, niiiimiii,' nl' Hie ;person' San Diego. f BUY
Raulerson, Kay Prescott, CHURCH NEWS went on the first maUi money .
'4uu/ i ic II'/111111 the/ .arc/lo./
Deobrah Green, Elaine Mott, The Brooker Baptist Church field trip to the .IncUsom'ille
Sharon Fussell, Jill Hayes, announces a new Sunday School Coliseum to Ice skate .First. -
Brenda Winingham, Susan Class for Young Married People they watched the Jacksonville GAlNESVILLEBusiness
Douglas Donna Marsh, David J.E. Mott Is the teacher Rockets play I Ice hockey during
Sparks Sheila Starling, Kim for this group, and :'olrs.Iott their practice session 'llienthey
Thomas, Tammy Andrews Susan is keeping the nursery during went on the Ice and. learned
Kaulerson, Alan Smith and this hour; so put jour childrenIn to skate themselves, : ; DirectoryAUTO
Michael! Starling. Congratulations the nursery and come enjoy The teachers selected the'
students Keep up the Sunday School and Church. people to go on tin, hip who ..... ... SAVE
good work. had the most math money In ... ow,!: .
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The kindergarten group,Mrs. The JI-cent airmail stamp all the teams. The top six ,
Khan's class, Is planning field shows a plane heading! were chosen from most groups. BRASINGTON ...
trip on Oct. 26 to the HorseShow straight up. An indication we Reporters Rosle I'lchard-: Johnson & Paris, Inc.
at the McDavid Farm assume or the direction of son and "IlIrll'e'hll(' ('AI>IU\C OLDSMOBILE 4 el.J4.r b
here In Brooker. postal rates to come SALES:! & SERVICEFine SEEDS! PLANTS xr

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The Bradford County Health _
Dr. Owen Murphy of Lon- Department will sponsors a Rabies Division of Forestry will I
don England will be guest Clinic to vaccinate pets conduct a Rural Fire Defense : > .
speaker at the Madison Street for residents of Starke Law- Training Course on October 19
Baptist Church on Sunday Oct. toy and Hampton on Saturday and 26 at the Women's Home

24, at 7 p.m. Oct. 30.The Demonstration building In LaCrosse CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF CHRIST .
at the second meeting clinic will be held at 9 at Brooher's New Fire HouseIn Sunday School 9:45: a.m. 432 N. St. Clair St.. Stark Sunday School 9:43 Sum BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. .
of the New River Baptist Association the Hampton city hall from back of I.G.A. Super Mar- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Morning Worship II a.m.Youth 301 North behind Tripe Schedule of Services: ,,"
", has preached In over 8 to 9 a.m.; at the Lawtey ket In Brooker. The course Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship II ajn. Sunday Fellewship. II 110m.ClIoIr Prac- Frees Drive In, Sunday Sunday Bible Study 10:00 _."
38 different countries and In city hall from 9:30 to 10:30: will begin at 7 p.m. each night 7 p.m.Thursday. Evening 7pp.m.. Youth Night. flee Wednesday 8 pun. School 10 a.m. Worship Service a.m. Morning Worship 11:00. ..
over 2,000 Southern Baptist a.m., and at the City Parkon and will conclude at 9 p.m. night Prayer Meet- Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Pray m. Evening Worship, 7:00 p.m. ....
Churches In the United States Church Street in Starke from All members are encouraged to 7:30 p.m.David. Meeting Friday, 7:30 p.m. er Service 7:30 pan Wdnes-' All other Evenings8:00p.m.. '.' .
alone. 11 a.m. to I pjn. attend as well as those who Hodges Pastor --Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor.KINGSLEY CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day.Leroy ,'
Dr. Murphy was privilegedto wish to become members of OUv. pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRtellANCHURCH : .
be Involved during the"GreatAwnkenlng" the Brooker Volunteer Fire Department 10 Morn- GrUfls. associate pastor., ,'.
that occurred In The clinic will be conductedby or the LaCrosse Volunteer SMYRNA H.Training Union. Sundajr School 10..11I.o MornIng ,
the Hebrides Islands of North a local veterinarian with a Fire Department. CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH WoMhlp, 11 a.m. Evening ': .
Scotland about 1955. In his appearance charge of $2.50 per animal. All as W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30; Training :LeRoy Dalrympl, Pastor BROOKER Worship, 7.James Shaw, pas .".
: Sunday School: 10 un.Preach" Morning
here he will show Union 10:15: e.m.; nor tor.
10 Worship
Christian BradfordCO tyHealthDepartt- 11..m. Training U- Evening Sunday School ajn.
slides of the situation Soy/ ship 11 a.m.; '
Smokry Services. 11 a.m. and 7p.m. ,.
nlon SItS p.nx Evening Worship 7:30 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH '
and oppression In Soviet ment to have their pets inocu- welcome 730 p.m.i Prayer Mttng Training Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
7 p>.in.Everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
Russia followed by his revival Wedneada '. ,
lated. t )
CARELESS Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER, FLA.
message. BUONEff.aiM -Wilbur Dyeas, pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. I loir Worship. 11 "111.: Evening:
I Rev Jim Templ..tor.amda
All young people age 6 to /' OESTBerysACCIDENTALLY1 Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayer School. 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
12, will hear a message from / CHURCH OF GOD Meeting, 7:30 pjn. Wednesday.Rev. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH SuperbtbM.nt.Training U-
Dr. Murphy's wife and all children A man who li undergoing: a OF PROPHECY. BROOKER NEW RIVER BAPTIST Morning J.C Saunders pastor. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning nlon, 6:45 pjn. Lowell Douglas ,
Sunday School: 10 a.m. 11 and 7
s Worship a.m.
from Infancy to ago 6 particularly discouraging Sunday School, 10 ajn. Morn Director. Worship Services: 11ajn.
Worship, U Training
will also be provided for. resents having hid Worship U Young MORGAN ROAD
birthday : tat ajn. p.m.Rev. .. 7:30.: La..naOuu..mu- .
Union, 7 Pm. Evening Wor- Sunday 9:45: ajn. Sunday John Rose, pastor., '
All pastors of the area have president pick that day to tell Pwople's Service. 6 p.m. sic director. '
been asked to pass the Invita- him 1972 h going to be a really Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. ship 8 pjn. Wednesday Night School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship -
tion on the their congregationsto great year. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. service 7:30 p.m. Everyone 6 p.m. Training Union EVERGREEN BAPTIST :' :
participate In the October 24 e e e 7:30 pjn. Come and worship : 7 p.m. Evening Worship. Highway 125 Northwest of
LoLa Parker pastor., 7:30 Prayer Ser- CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
service at the Madison Street with us. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Baptist Church. u 1 .Rev. Bobby Harris, pus vices. Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday Sunday :School 9:45 a.m.
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper Pastor Night Service. 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship, U. Training ''. .
GREATER: BETHLEHEM Sunday School. 10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service :. ,
THERE'SA FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship II ajn. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer "
Cor. Ash Chestnut Sunday Services (Booster Band Young Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; pastor. Service 7:30. -.
School, 9:30: Morning Worship, People and Prayer Service), II Morning Worship II a.m.EvenIng -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
.."" ..s llj; Lesjue,4pmNight: Senlc'e: p.m. Evening WorshiP. 7 p.m. ] Worship 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH pastor.

The forest I. no MATCH for 0 p.m. -- Rev. Jasper Williams Midweek Service. Wednesday, Meeting and Bible Study 7 Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;_
PRICE TAGYOU'LL careless burners I pastor 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland. p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Morning Worship 11 a.m.EvenIng CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST' ,' "'
Factor. G.F. Prevatt pastor., Everyone j
Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- OF LATTER DAY SAINTS ,
FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. week Bible Study Wednesday. 1404 E. Bessent Road .
LIKE Mail will once again be carried STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
by steamboat' : on the Ohio Sunday School. tt5i'MomlJw; (Highway 100 at Theressa) B* in church Sunday. m. Sunday Sch"l,10" l a.m. Sacrament. : ,
i Worship, II; Junior and Senior School- ajn.Morn- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .' 6 "'
the and Mississippi rivers Frank p.m.
S1mWday Jarvia
on while what is being done ,UYF group, 9 pm. U a.m. TrainIng Sunday Service:Sunday School pester Monday Mia 7:30: p.m. ;

.tM about the hope of reviving (the Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Union 6:30 p.m. ; EvenIng 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Tuesday Primary 4:30: pjn ,:.,
GHEE: Pony Express? 7 pjn.Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15 p.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service 7:15 Wednesday Relief Society ,'
e e e 1:30; Chancel: Choir Rehearsal. Wednesday Night PrayerSer- p.m. Youth Group Meeting, Sun ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC 7:30 p.m. :
7:45. vices 7:30: pjn. Rev. Merle day 6:30: p.m. CHURCH. MACCLENNY Jess D. Branson Branch : .
MADISON STREET -DeWitt T. FarabM Jr. Packham pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy President. "
GAS RANGEr BAPTIST CHURCH 3ay Mass 5:30: p.m.

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn- LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL a a SSSSea ---- ----a r r.r S S e a e S .---------,.
r-=-\" .I' "'... Ing worship II:Church Train HOLiNESgCHURCN f .'
I \ ''- ,) fJt ) ing. :5:45: ; WMII' Prayer Circle Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; ; ?
\ I.. ri 6:45: ; Evening Worship 7 Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth e J
r ,):r rI p.m. Service 6 p.m.; Evening Worship vI
K I\f:>nday-- Youth Choir Practice 7 p.m.Tuesday. *
Children's Choir 7 7:30 .. A NEW NSIA r. "
p.m. Prayer Meeting : I J ,
I i ". \ \ Tuesday-- Mission Friends p.m. ..., .
\ te .....:- ---- Girls In Action Acteens 3:30. W.B. ,. '
"L--!I .--" ... I II WednesdaySunday School: -Rev. Chauncey pastor. I ., for I :
t I I : Officers and Teachers Meeting '.' f "
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,'.' 'I:<:" 6:30: Prayer MeetIng GRACE BAPTIST "
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\ !:"It. '". Business Meeting 7:30: ; CHURCHSTARKESunday e Jj : 'V V ,.'
Church Choir Practice 8:30.: School 10 a.m. More 'to 1 J," Mily. t '.
I --6'' j. \ ThursdayEvangelistic Visitation ning Worship at 11. Training II : L .;::" : ., i:,. .. : ',.
I 7:30: p.m. Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship t'4, .r ; '" "' I "
I -Denton Sumrall pastor 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer 1 ...:..
Meeting 7:30.: -.Rev. Leon T. I r ,. '. .' She really U rf.JI.hfw[ -1 '
Odom, Jr., pastor. 0P! ..
i -- It presenting .htrwitn a nee oioir.. .
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: STARKE AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH s"n... She understands t and pprtcft. thin gift, II t :"
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mon "Lessons from the Rich Meeting and Bible Saab many tcrum to memory, and thus learned l t.,
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Training 6:15: : ; Evening Worship 1 f-j every Monday. 7 p.m.

Utminc. Weir,. timing: tmr "ups and down. of finding, 7:30: the sermong Lost". "The Joy G.F.Welcome Prevatt, pastor. Everyone e all would study' and 'lell.rn' to love*Coal I, I e., .

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l priors h.wil.ccn, iii.nk.cl l WAY 1)t7\VN. You'll 7 P.m. ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC
like Hit new prier tag alnuist us/ much ns you'll TuesdayYound Musicians CHURCH STARKE t ;';:;- and hart In tn,. BHvowdg* iind joy. ..
Choir; 3:30: p.m.; Girls in ActIon James Cregan,pastor. '. ....
love the new l M.IJJIC (Clii'f" (ins; Ranges just !loadedYou'll Father ....
415.: Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday ,
with fi'iitiircw/ (Conic' in toil.iv discover WednesdayFamily Night Mass, ,
Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day I O!.
why more women cook on Supper 5 p.m.: Prayer Meet- .OJ. sayv' 1$
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p.m.Confessions rog. .
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Choir 3.30: p.m, Visitation, High School -- Wednesday t ::i '" -."of .III .jj' I
Clock with 1 Hour Tinier 7 p.m.W.A. 7 to 8 p.m. <: 'AA s .air .,lit-:"was. q. ,1k 1t / .,."

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Lift Up and Removable Cook Top Sundays, 10 a.m. Morning Prayer e. I ..--n-r. M......,.,.. I

Lo.Temp Oven Control Sunday School 11 10 a.m.Church Wor- 2nd 4th and 5th Sunday, e', zE.. *"'.."rurq .",.?zx. : |'I
Service a.m. '
Removable Oven Door and Door Seals ship 10 ., '
training 6:30 p.m. Evening a.m.John l r w ......
Non.Tilt Oven RacksTenl.4 : M. I Flynn, Hector I i'i .'M ..u.aiwUMy.y !1rIV
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Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Class, Thursday a.m.Church
AND APPLIANCES Sundays II a.m. Morning located ope block west on SR ,
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II a.m. Church School 9:45: _.J.P.H. Bell minister
332 W. Madison St. Phone 96t-770r a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. 1
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor-
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Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 4\ EST Hill Erff d>i !Ph. !964-7231'

7:30: p.m. Rev. TommyI. .
TONITETHURSDAY I., Milliard, pastor + -:> ONTROLS Tire Tru-injc

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Ralford Road A Walden St..
Charles TTomupastor. Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111 llalance and
!Sunday Schools 10 a.m. MomIDWorlhilJ.lLUIda7EftQe-
:339: E. Call St. Starke Fin. Alignment

Holy Land Tour ing 7 JUlIe Thursday right. ,7:30. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE I'hone 964-5745 for FREE CONDITION SERVICE

NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Hlway 301 and 100 Inspections and Estimate AH Minor Repairs

VIA. FILM CHURCH tlO 8. T...... Stark
617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Intersection: of Highways 16
(North and 225. Rev. Wayne

Places Where Christ Lived Wells pastor
See Jerusalem Sunday School 9:45: ; Mornkkr STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDSGrocery BRADFORD
Service Service
at 11. Evening ,

And MinisteredMr. p.m.7:30. Wednesday Service. 7:30: SUPPLIES Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO.

John Allen Of Jacksonville Who Recently Returned From A LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST II:2at.rlna: Ac Hardware Groceries Meals Feed {letter Service For Your

Tour Of Israel Will Show Slides And Give A First Hand ReportOf CHURCH Sunday School 10.00: C.Ie' Paint Supplier GAS AND OIL Title. Problem

Morning Worship 11:00 aa.m.., Good Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstract
God !Moving In The Middle East Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. and Sporting

Wednesday. Everyone wel- U. S. 301 South Starke Title. insurance
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annexation which would almost don't think I will stayon the city; and that no paintingbe
Wftftt&tf&fttfK ". double the lire of Keystone ." said Homer Satterfield, done In the building."
;: Keystone Hilites/ Heights has been tentatively set fixed base operator at the Key- Apparently, Satterfleld does

:1 | for next month. stone Heights/ Airport, after not Intend to stay on to take
: '! News -.1 being notified by the City; Council advantage of the offer, accord-
By GLORIA REDFEARN I : At last week's Council meet- last week that all planes, Ing to his statement after receiving -

: Please Call 473-3288 .! By Helen. log Chairman Everett Fox now stored In the old hangar, notice.
or 473-4182
Sala iir -.. asked Mayor Ray Starnes to would have to be moved out DECEMBER ELECTION
--------f' assemble all facts availableon within 30 days from the Octo- Mayor Ray Starnes announced

bUPLICATE BRIDGE house MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB President Lester Sheets, and the proposal, and said that ber 12 council meeting.The that a city; election will beheld
I Winners for Tuesday Oct. 12 could was held so that parent Mrs. Albert Bachmann of 2nd Vice President and Program when this Is completed, a date I notice followed action on December 6, In whicha
Were: First Mrs. Mike Fali rooms visit their children's Keystone Heights and President Chairman Mrs. Ed Roberts for the forum will be announced by the council last week in mayor and three councilmen
: i.1 l and Mrs. F.T. Hogue; sec- and meet their teachers. of the Metros Woman's for the unexpired two accepting the city's; new $50- will be elected.In .

,rtd, -Mrs. A.V; Bannister and Club, reports on District V of months of 1971. Starnes Councilmen Gay LivIngston 000 hangar and condemning the addition to Starnes, others
Jin. C.W. Hardy; third, Miss GOLF COURSEIn Federated Woman's Club Tour Mrs. Ruby Wolff, who was and Huntley Redfearn- Larry E. Home old hangar as unsafe for fur- whose terms expire in Decem-

,, va Hlllyer and Mrs.R.P.Vogh; the First round matches held last week. Accompanying unable to be present due to Jr., were appointed as a com- ther occupancy. Satterfield was ber are Huntley Redfearn, Jr.,
nd fourth, Mrs. Don Aska and of the Lois Walker Trophy Mrs. Bachmann were Mrs. Pa- Illness, provided the doorprlze mittee on annexation when a Co-op NamesNewEditor also notified that he would haveto Roy Watkins, and Gay Livingston -

r'. Stella Miner. Tournament Vonclle Ketch defeated ley Boyd, Mrs. Robert Clare which was won by Mrs. Cordon special meeting on the annex- move out his equipment with Jr.
Winners for Thursday, even- Kitty; Martin 1 up. Virginia and Miss Iva, Hlllyer of the Baker. ation question was held last in 30 days. The Mayor said that regis-
gig Oct. 14 were: First Mrs. Corey defeated Grace Hat. Melrose Club The Tour Is Chairman, Mrs. Ethel Wey- March. Satterfield'slease on the Air tration books will remain open
V.J. Grcllck and Mrs. Austin cher 3 and 2. Zee Tolles defeated so called as the State Officers man of the nominating committee For Magazine: port operation does not expire until 30 days prior to Decem-
1. Little; Second, Mrs. Al Fran Chesslngton 2 and of the Florida Federation for officers for 1972, until February 1, but he Indicated ber 6.The.
lachmaim and Mrs. Robert 1, Martha Hayes defeated Gloria of Woman's Clubs spend presented the following slate: The area of the proposed Clay Electric Cooperative has he might not stay on Mayor also said that
:!are'' Third Mr. and Mrs. Rawlings 3 and 2, Lue Tlm- most of the month of October President Lester Sheets 1st annexation Includes Brooklyn announced the employment of after the 30-day period, since Keystone needs better Christ-
illl I Bartlett,; and Fourth, Mrs. mine defeated Evelyn Helse 6 touring the State visiting all Vice President Mrs. Mltti kersey Lake, Little Brooklyn Lake Larry E. Horne as the new he has repeatedly said he could mas decorations, and he had
i.V. Bannister and Mrs. and 4 and Mildred Sutton defeated -, Districts. The meetings at each ; 2nd Vice President Mrs. Brooklyn Bay, lands west of editor of publications, succeed not operate In the new hangar, asked Ed Dennett, of Clay Electric -
harles Heptinstall.TA Kathy Redfearn 5 and District are full of plans for Lilly Roberts; Secretary, Mrs. the present city; limits to the ing Ed Bennett, who will become which he maintains Is not suit- Cooperative, to get information -
4. In the Nine Hold Group last the year, and new Officers and Fern Hanson; Corresponding Bradford County; line, and district manager of the ed for plane storage or maintenance on costa.
OPEN HOUSE week Alice Nlebert won for Directors are elected.CANCELLATION Secretary, Mrs. Emily Ison; southeast on SR 100 to Just soon-to-be formed Keystone work.Satterfleld Bennett said he had contacted -
The Keystone Heights Schooleld first low net and Louise Nelson and Treasurer, Julius Hanson. beyond Rutledge's store. District office. said he had about a company In Jacksonvilleand
Its Annual Open House and Mary Arnold tied for The election will take placeat Mr !iron, his wife, Connie, $20,000 worth of tools and equipment had been quoted a price
on and their two sons, come to for aircraft mainten- of $250 to $750 for decorations
low The October 23 Dinner as the November meeting-
Tmrsday evening putts.
Oct. 14 Starnes said
Melrose that about 300 Keystone from Gainesville ance which he will have to on each of the light polesIn
fhlch was preceded by the busttss previously reported,of the vember 11th at 1230 (which Is
persons live in the area pro- where Mr.Home otherwise dispose of. the business district. lie
' meeting. Woman's Club has been always the second Thursday) recently grad- move or
CONGRATULATIONS cancelled. This dinner will be Installation of officers will be posed for annexation. The proposal uated from the University of He said that he had received! said this would be out of line
Mr. and Is subject to referendum, Florida, majoring In journa- several offers of Jobs, but Indicated for the city, and he will try
Mrs. George Richardson Mrs. David A. Bon- held later, and announcement held at the December 9th lunch- and a majority of both those
; lism. During his early school that his plans are still to obtain lower quotations.
halrman of the Halloween Car- ner announce the birth of a will be made by President Bach- eon of special holiday meeting. living within the city; and thoseIn
son, October 7 her committee when Nominations be years he lived on Swan Lake indefinite as to the future. Former Councilman C.H.
val, announced the date to be at El Paso, mann or a may made the area proposed to be
turday, Oct. 30, from 5 to 111. Brent Wade weighed 7 lbs definite date has been set. from the floor provided the can- annexed is required for and attended school at Melrose Satterfield said that five Donohoe asked the status of a
p.m at the City; Park. 7 ounces and Joins a brother, Melrose Woman's Club reg- didate has been approached and Starnes said.A approval for several years before mov planes are now stored In the proposal to buy the Kystone
Shane. Paternal grandparents ular monthly luncheon meeting accepted.The ing to Gainesville, old hangar. The storage fee Water Works, and was told

The Costume Parade, which are Mr. and Mrs. JE. Bonner Is set for November 3 at 12 election will take placeat In the old hangar was $15 per that no more Information had
111 be marshaled by Mr. and of Keystone. noon. Watch for next week's the November 11 meeting, month for single engine planes, been received.
rs. Edwin Bennett, will begin announcement for program. at 12:30: p.m., and Installation I Fate Of Legion Post 202 I and $30 for twins. Rates in the Donohoe referred to a number
rom the Fire Station at 4:30.m. : of officers will be held at the new hangar will be $30 per of unmetered customers
> and march down Lawrence COMMUNITY CHURCH GARDEN CLUB December 9 luncheon special To Be Decided November 4 month for planes up to and Including served by the present owners,
: toulevard, turning left on Lake The Women of the Commun Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle will holiday meeting. four-passenger size, and was critical of the "worn-
lew Drive where It will dls- ity; Church will have their annual preside at the monthly meet- Nominations may be made decision on whether to con- gan to Boys State and they and $35 from five passenger out condition" of the piping
urse. Rummage Sale on Thurs- Ing of the Garden Club of the from the floor provided the tinue or surrender the charter still make monthly contribu- to eight passenger system. lie said that In his
day, Friday and Saturday Oct. Lakes on October 28. The time candidate has been approached of Keystone-Melrose American tions to the high school band Satterfield said that some opinion the utility was not worth
The lineup for the parade 21, 22. 23 at the Youth Building is 1:30: p.m. and the meeting and agreed to serve. Legion Post 202 will be put unlvorm drive. So far they have owners had been moving their more than $55,000.An .

will be: pre-schoolers, first next to the Church. place is the home of Mrs. Roy to the membership at the given $200 to this fund. planes to other airfields.In application by the water

rade, second grade, third Bridges, Lake Geneva. GAME-FUN DAY Thursday, Nov. 4, meeting, according The Post also sponsored a defending the council's company for a rate Increase
grade and fourth grade up. A BAZAARThe On October 28, membersand to C.H. (Jack) Haber- Christmas party; for the Mel- action In regard! to the new Is now pending before the Florida -
prize will be awarded In each Community; Church Wo- MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThe friends may enjoy some stroh, a charter member of rose Action Committe young- hangar, Chairman Everett Fox Public Utilities Commis
of the five groups. men will also hold their Annual Melrose Club a unit of recreational fun by attendingthe the post. sters and have faitiifull spon- said that the council, and not sion.

of Bazaar on November 5 Alachua Extension Services, meeting at the Lions Clubat Haberstroh said he was preparing sored the annual high school Satterfield had the authority Councilman Redfearn announced -
every for descriptionare at the Sunday School Building. will hold their monthly meet- 1:30: p.m. A small fee Is a resolution to be pre oratorical contest In Keystone. to make decisions, and Coun that James Cook, for
needed the
Country Luncheon will be served from Ing on October 28 at 9:30: a.m. paid to help cover the rental sented to the membership fora Haberstroh doesn't like to be cilman Huntley Redfeam, Jr. mer city tax assessor, had applied
Store. articles need to be 11:30: until 2. Tickets may be In their Club House In Mel expense, and a wrapped gift yes or no vote on whether pessimistic about the future said the site for the hangar for a permit to build a
picked u, please at call Mrs. Pat purchased from the Church Women rose. should be brought to be used as they want to continue or not. of the American Legion but and plans for the building had home on a 50 by 140-foot lot.
Passwater 473-4794. Last month, Mrs. Ella Simmons a prized in the game play. Post 202 was organized in thinks the organization may be been approved by the Federal Chairman Fox slad he was

Booths for the Carnival will presented a demonstration 1966 and membership and Interest on the decline unless thereis Aviation Agency. opposed to anyone building on
be decorated by students In on the "Making of Hand- boomed for a while, but a revival in Interest."Mem As an Interim measure, until a lot that small, and said that
grades 7 through 12. Cash prizes Clay Schools bags". Workshops were to be INDIAN BEACH seems to pave "petered out"In bers are just not taking an a new airport operator Is regulations call for a minimum
will be awarded for the planned for members to make recent years, according to active part the way they usedto hired, the council approved the width of 75 feet.
Tighten Up handbags and other articles for (Lake Santa Fe) Haberstroh. and Vietnam veterans don't following motion by Airport Cook showed a copy of an
most outstanding. the Annual Bazaar. Mrs. Ruby MIchel "Leadership was our big seem to want any part of the Committee Chairman Roy Wat- ordinance which he said granted
On Drug Use Ashley will present a programon Brr H. Chitty problem," he said, "and internal Legion" he said. kins: an exception to the mini-
Included this year will bea "The Fitting of Pants," Phone 475-112 bickering and nitpicking "They think they're getting "That no action be taken until mum width restriction, and

golf putting green, hayride, the vogue this season. A baby caused many members to enough help from the federal February, but that Satter- asked, "What can an owner
pony rides sponsoredybyhthe Drug abuse regulations for shower will honor Mrs. Elaine Greetings, friends and neighbors drop out." government, but that's where field be permitted to use the do with a 50-foot lot?"
which Is Clay County; schools have been Ashley. Mrs. W.A. Allen Pres- from your Rolling-Re With membership currently they make a mistake," Haber new hangar for the storage of The matter was finally referred -
Sportsman's Club. amended to give principals the ident, reports that about 35 porter. I'm going to cut this down to 55, the few "faithful stroh said. "All their benefits planes and for maintenancework. back to Redfearn, with
'Bingo will be power to suspend! violators members attended the September opening short because as I workers" are beginning to show came about through the Also, that any rental the suggestion that the city
the American set up ana from school without waiting for meeting of which five were sit here beginning this article signs of fatigue "Jim Drew, efforts of all veterans organ- Income over $15 per month obtain a legal opinion on the
operated In the by Council Room of arrests or court convictions. visitors. Vist game 6 of the World Series Gordon Baker, Fred Clark, and izations working through Con- per plane be turned over to question.

the Municipal Building from 7 week Regulations, amended last visitors. Visitors are most wel is about to start. And like Irving Tyre are about the only gress." ..,..,.,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-.,-.,-..,..,..,.,,,.,,,...,.,.,..,..,..,...,...,...,...,..,..,,,,.,...,...,...,...,...,.,.,.,.,." '"...................... .... ...o..o'nT..T. ..
by the Clay County; School come. .. any red-blooded American who ones who do any work anymore Haberstroh hopes that the November r- -- f':: : ::::3-h :rrr:r:r;.o.r..on.r;.r"rdG:3..GSSrAaa;;
to 9 P.m. Board, also give the principala has half 'a chance, I'm Just and they're getting fed 4 vote is favorable to

Snowcones will be sold by say in determining whethera SENIOR CITIZENS going to have to knock off work up," Haberstroh said. continuing the Legion Post because Bicycle ccldents Increase f

the Cheerleaders; hotdogs fur- student on parole, following This is to remind the Key- and watch the game. But In spite of the present he feels that It is still I IBicycle
nished and sold by the Lion' a drug conviction. Is allowedto stone Heights area (and Mel- We have the deaths In two Jag in Interest Post 202 has needed. 11> With More Use By A (labs f
Club. The Rotary Club will be return to school regardless rose) members and Interested of our families here at the performed some worthwhile
selling Hamburgers and Cokes. of whether the victim was under seniors that the Bradford County lake. Joyce Barton's sister, services for the community. Miss Dodd Named

Coffee will be donated and sold school jurisdiction at the ; Senior Citizens\ Club will Lucille Lovell, died after get- Last summer !It sponsored a
!by Clay Electric Cooperative. time of the arrest. meet on October "!6 at I p.m. ting along from her kidney Little League baseball team, Literary Society accidents Increase as Always ride as near to the
Ross Miles,secondary super In the Pratt Street RecreationHall transplant. Our sympathy goes sent high school adult bike riding popularity; shy- right side of the roadway AS
visor of education said that a to Pete and Joyce and the Legionaires rockets said the Florida Highway possible and not more than two
winner Pete Mor- President At
Posters for the Carnival are governing board will be set up In Starke. of Lucille's essay contest BJU Patrol today. abreast.
rest family.
being made by Mrs. Wllcox's to review each Individual case This will be a gala occasion

7th grade art class. and determine the extent that for members will celebrate the Lamar Malphur's mother, Developers Miss Sylvia Ann Dodd daughter Colonel Reid Clifton, direc-

each parolee would be able to time when spooks and goblins Mrs. Emma Malphurs Keller, of Mrs. Majorle R. Dodd tor of the Patrol said, "Col- Give arm signals and stop
The budget for the coming rehabilitate while continuing his prevade the countryside, so will died last Friday morning in Warned OnDredging of Keystone Heights has been leg students and working men completely at stop signs.
year of the PTA was announced education. those attending be attired in Jacksonville. She had been 111 elected president of Parker Literary and women are using bicyclesfor

and approved. Ross said the board would be many sorts and fancies of the for some time. Our sympathygoes Society at Bob Jones transportation more than Never and
comprised of the Juvenile counselor masquerade event. Five prizes out to Lamar, Gladys and University; Greenville. S.C. ever before. Adults who have carry pussengers
hand the handle-
following the meeting, open student's private physician will be awarded for various the rest of the family Miss Dodd Is a senior at JJU suddenly regained an Interestin keep one on
bars at all times.
Florida developers have been In
the director of pupil categories. Refreshments will majoring nursing. bike riding should remem-
be served and birthdays and cautioned to obtain formal ap- Membership In one of the
personnel and the school
. principal Mrs. Dale Murrary and Mrs. ber that they are not as skillful -
anniversaries will be remem proval from the U.S. Army 42 literary societies Is opento
Techla McGrlff they "Hitching" a ride on a
of Jacksonville as were as youngsters
bered. Come and the Corps of Engineers and the the more than 4,500 students
support -
As an example Miles said spent last week with their mother and should also brush up car or truck Is strictly illegal -
S.E. MCKAY Trustees of the Internal Improvement who
that students convicted of pos- club's ever energetic and dedicated attend Bob Jones .
Mrs. Beulah Smith, and on bicycle rules.
President Joe Kerri- Fund before start- University. The literary
; societies
REALTOR session of mairjuana on or off aunt Mrs. Wolfe Week-
gan of Silver Lake (Keystonearea Ing any dredging operation.A sponsor Intramural
school would
grounds not
Keystone Hta. 473-4816 sent the rehabilitation pre- ), In his upcoming plans, end guests were: Mrs. H.C. joint statement of dredg- competition In debating, sports According to Patrol records, After sundown, bicycles
problemthat as an Invited delegate to the Rogers of Lyons, Ga., Mr. and ing was Issued by Joel Kuper- during the year of 1970 there must have a white light on (lie
heroin addict would
a pre- Mrs. Jimmy Faulkner and etc.Bob 256 bicycle acci- front and a red light or a red
White House Confernece In berg state director of the DF, Jones University; Is a coeducational were more
would offer
sent. "They not
HOMES ACREAGES Washington, D.C.FELLOWSHIP daughter, Debbie and Donna Ar- and Col. A.S. Fullerton. of the liberal arts, dents with 234 more injuriesthan reflector on the rear that can
the kind
of threat
to the
RENTALS school same" he said. go, all of Macon Ga. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Christian institution standing in the previous year.There be seen from a distance of

School, Superintendent Jesse CLUB "We strongly ured anyone without apology for the "old were 56 bicycle fatalities In 500 feet
The monthly luncheon meet- Charles, Louise and Paulette who plans to work In navigable time religion" and the abso- 1970.
Tynes recommended the revis-
Mr.Col.. J.Miltnl Il..n 473-4740 ion of drug abuse rules after Ing, sans program, was heldat Strandberg and Paul, Lee and water to contact both the Army lute authority of the Bible. Its' Clifton concluded by saying,
L.;,/. r Ch..ln.ton4'3-43'W' four students were caught the Lions Club building on Greg Strandberg, all of Jacksonville Engineers and the HF board student body comes from all Bicyclists must obey all traffic "Bicycle accidents are largely -
P ich.l C.CT 473-4058 Ing our marijuana cigarettesat pass- October 14 at 12:30: p.m. Due were overnight guests well in advance of any sub- the states and 30 foreign coun- control devices and driving preventable if riders will/]
of their mother, Mrs.Jo Strand Investment the state- rules follow "
Orange Park High School to the recent resignation of stantial tries. : bicycle rules.

. recently. program chairman, Mrs. Vera berg, last Saturday night.Cravasse Sun- ment said. To do otherwise .__ .u., _U .'" 0.,......Ou.uuu u.u_.___u__._.
Lambing, and as this month's day they attended the could result In an expensive ;'''''';o W;;>>?>>>>?WW j.
.AW... .. ..u. .......... .UH'.c_._ ___ ........uu_ business would consume the family reunion In Cedar Key surprise, the warning said.
: ;=ct;r:...XO o ::*:;:: rox>>>:: :_:->>- xxxi >;o"--.J:' allotted time
planned. no program was J.D: Carlton's sister, Mrs. Tuesday and Alan caught some I Dazed KH Indians '"

f I The following new memberswere Evelyn Norton of Coolidge, Ga.. nace ones last week. Raymond

..' ;0 Introduced Mrs. Fran and Mrs. Tommy Robinson and Malphurs caught a 5 lb. bass
Miller and Mrs. George Ku- daughters of Pavo, Ga. were off his dock Thursday afternoon -
. ras. The Kuras are now resi- weekend guests of the Carl- There was a hook hungIn I
} dents of the former Wliimott tons. the corner of his mouth Bow 18-6 To Taylor

" home Just adjacent to Nelson Mark Reddish of Starke like one he had lost In the r# 8
I spent
: Point on Lake Geneva. Mr. morning. The bass had swallowed
Friday with his
night grandparents
and Mrs. Wliimott a bream that had got
were mem- Mr. and Mrs. D.W. By Mike ChItty
the bream hook baited with
bers of the Club for several on
The Carpenter. Mrs. Carpenter shrimp. Now he has bass and
years. pro-tern secretaryread Luther Parham had himself
the minutes of spent Tuesday and Wednesdaywith bream. The Wildcats displayed all until the final period and then
.. H vious business the pre- Mr. and Mrs. David Reid quite a football game Friday their goods early In the gameas we still weren't up to par.
meeting as well and sons In Jacksonville. night at the expense of the Parham connected on two "Bobby burner and Jack I'
I .i as correspondence which included That seems to be all of the hapless Keystone Indians un-
news for this week first period TD tosses; one a derburk both played pretty good
some cards from Mrs. Barton returned hometo see you Parham the Taylor Pier-
Joyce 12-yarder to John Heath and games Friday nlghV
Helen Tillman who has recently next time. ,
j Panama City; with Evelyn son Wildcat's quarterback the second a 25-yarder to Gary {underburk, 115 pounds, made
: moved to Texas. Also
Mr. Eve- e e e threw two first TD
and Mrs. Brummet on Thursday. quarter Kalgler. The PATs failed after five unassisted tackles.
:. .;.; Houston DriicoU'icard lyn had been down to attend A doctor/ In Scotland says/ passes and later picked up an both touchdowns.The l Keystone faces Maranatlia
r} while they were visitingIn Lucille Lovell's funeral. Pete moat people don't know when Indian fumble and raced back. Wildcats scored once again here at home Friday night.
Newport News, Rhode Island went up to Panama City; Fri- their hearts art located. Except 55 yards to pay dirt in an In the opening! quarter as Game time Is 8 p.m.
:: last month. day night and he and Joys of course, lor the Jew/ 18-C: Wildcat victory. Parham, playing defense, recovered
. FIND OUT WHY MORE AND MORE A letter of resignation was returned home Sunday. like. the linger who /left his in The Indians, who have played an Indian fumble and
read from the president Mrs. Griffins Lodge reports that San Francisco good ball in all previous contests raced back 55 yards. STATISTICSKeystone
:. FAMILIES ARE SAVING HERE sOur Marlon Driscoll, who felt the the ball fishing Is picking up were Just unable to !get Indian quarterback Robin
pressures of the presidency now and that the bream and President Nixon says the things rolling against the Wild Henderson proved himself quite Taylor
< were too heavy for her to con- catfish are still biting. Roy to-day freeze will only Uit 10 cats. A contributing factor could a passer as well Friday nightas First downs 11 5
offer the ideal to save tinue, even though there are and party caught 11 bass on d.yi. Isn't that un-American be four of the Indian's start- the tough Taylor front line Rushing Yds 3 23
savings accounts way only two
months remaining. Ing line-up missed the game forced Keystone to go to the Passing Yds 91 no
the reserve fund every family needs-funds 10 This reporter !knows of the with Injuries and before the air. Henderson completed 11 of PC-PA-PI 11-16-2 6-12-1

assure the --children' education. 10 buy a home arduous duties, having been the game was over three more 16 passes for 90 yards but also Funbles lost 2 I
to build security. Consider a savings account her organizer and former presi- had Joined their ranks. Including had two Intercepted. Yds pen'l 30 60
plus regular .vin&.as an important pin of I dent and and knowing that November DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Rick Wheeler Keystone could net but three

your family's financial future. December require many Wheeler, both an offensive yards total rushing Friday night Score by Quarters:
extra tasks and defensive star, racked up against the stubborn Wildcat Keystone 0 0 06-6
Mrs. Drlscoll's resignationwas STARKE 186 yards rushing, the week line Pierson 18 0 0 0 -18

accepted with regret and before In three periods of play. "We have played five tough
. KEYSTONE STATE BANK several members compliment. PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE Jack Funderburk and Danny teams, and played four good P- Heath 12 pass from Par-
ed her on the dedicated inter- Babb were sidelined during the games" said Head Coach Roy ham (run failed)

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, est she displayed, as her e- game with knee injuries. Bayless. "I just don't know P- Kalgler 25 pass from Par-
l lection last year was one almost HEIGHTSPHONE The Indians only score came what happened to us this week ham (run failed)

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Flaj thrust upon her. Mrs. late In the last quarter of playas but It looked as though we were PParham 55 run with fum-
Community." John Kersey presided at the 47.1-3176: quarterback Robin Henderson In a daze. ble recovery (run failed)
. meeting, u first Vice Presi connected on a 10yardtoss "We gave them their three K- Plckren 10 pass from Hen
BBMoaaananjijuinnnniyvi DOOuOO dent (CaapolntedX and she In to Listen Plckren. touchdowns and didn't pick up derson (run failed)
turn appointed the 1st Vlce-

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; I""i 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South TOY POODLESAKC regis-

CLASSIFIED AD RATES 641 ft. on Hwy.; $8,500.00 Cash tered for sale. Had all Iho l. f
Dr. O.E. Frye Jr. LAWTEY 2 room unfurnished FOR RENT12 wide 2 bed-
Minimum Charge __. .1.7J Call Sill Powell Brok '. 964- 8 weeks 10/28 old. Phone 4734414.2tp opts. $60 mi. plus elec. Apply room trailer outside city limits JIMMY MOORE'S

Director Corers IS word) 6464 or 964-6810 Bel! Air Motel, Kt. 301, Law- J.H. White 964.6114, if SUN SPORTS

FISH COMMISSIONThe male kittens tey. Phone 7823429. Itp no answer call 964-8799.
GAME AND FRESH WATER Each word over 15-7. BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16. FREETwo adorable -

BOa Ext a Charge If not Building Lota on SR.230.Build 212 Mimosa Drive. Phone MOORE BOAT FOR
ing Lot on SR. 100. Call Bill 964-5818. Itchg YOUR MONEY
Game and Fresh Water cance to our daily lives MOht paid in advance Powell, Broker 964-6464 or FOR SALE: 2 bedroom concrete -

Fish Commission IH becoming state wildlife agencies haH responsibilities '- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 964-6810. FOR SALERivera Cruiser block house near shop ((ISTINGHOMES Starke Ph. 964-5791
boat with ping center. Low down pay-
pontoon vinyl top,
and involved inFlorida's for all of
more more species(
,..50 Per Inch tvlnrude: Aluminum ment, easy terms. Call Bu- Outboard &
9-1/2 hp motor. -
environmental problem wild birds, mammals, fish, amphibians FOR RENTFurnished It unfurnished ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760
!!. Commission fi.shenes! !! and reptiles, but few Memorial Revolution apartment In town, Rent- Mobile pontoons homes, $1,250.Lake For P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg. Stern Drive Service and

and (game biologists are have the money to do anything Proclamations, eta -7e word also house In country. W.H. Geneva. A.M. L \ ease on, 473- Repair. Complete Fiberglass -

spending increasing/ percentages other than look after the game Nollmon. tfchg Repair. Custom-
CARDS OF THANKS 4753. 3tp 10/21
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of their time AVAILABLE FOR Fishing
conducting environmental built Fiberglass
species SO word. or leas ,_. .. .1." _::....::::::.
impact studios for Few, if any wildlife, '1"'CII'II.are GOING FISHING Try Jenny'sfish .:;.::::-,::. J Boats.
new roads, new airports, new threatened bv t the gun. but Each word over 30-7o CALVES FOR Sale-A.J. Faulk- bait. Earthworms and wig- t:::'=:' YOUR LOT

channelization projects, and a all wildlife is threatened by ner, phone 468-1245. Waldo. glers. Soon will have crickets l II /HN ,",,0 ILL HOMES INC.,

host of other "progressive! pro. man's massive alteration and :Jtp 102131yTtRSTATF and live bait. 24 hour service, t' WATER FRONT LOTS

jpcLs" that are contributing to of the environment. located directly behind Carp'sStore 3,500 FOR SALE
pollution !NEW:: MOTOROLA Quasar TV, 318 Lafayette St. Ph, .
our environmental woes.! Each organism assumes' //I vital 'mve 2 at a $100 saving at :: MOBILE I I"! We are involved in something role in mainwll1IIIU"lIlIIl11unily Duhmcrs Discount. 4tchg 10/21 moving.. FJa15. Call '964-5600.,. Canal. )Canal 50 feet
------------- Located
bigger.: than hunting and stability and pollution alters ttclK} I ,1 wide 8 feet deep) on

fishing.( We are trying to ll.1Io'ioridians the biotic structure I of any FOR RENT- House In countryon Mobile HomeaEANING 1600 SO. FT. State Starke Road Fla.100,Ideal 3 miles for vaca-Westof

( that the abundance Itl is impossible to Brownlee NOTICEStarke
community. I acre. For sale, WATSON'S OF tion cottage, mobile home or
of wildlife is a fundamental produce or protect game and uniform, size 8.964-8699.ltchg Investment.

measure of our environmentalhealth fish that is in a ,sick dying HOUSE"OF VACUUMs and Keystone UV1NQAREACALL Prices start at 1295.00, $200
f ?frrm rMm m 1 :::t.f@! ::::1;;::::11m I
and the people cannot polluted environment. The. .:; ::: : Many brands of new vacuum Heights area Customers down and $35.00 month for 36

have it without protecting water Commission: bus the. ability and $ 9.00 up. Used machines from Exterior Washing And wtnnsiq (8 1/2 "a simple inter-

woods; and air. knowledge to conduct the investigations (he United Slates in 1876 $10. Expert Repairs all makes Metal Roof Scaling I Hastings Mattressand est).

Habitat is based. upon a total necessary to determine feed on plankton, aquatic Insects Papas| and Accessories for all Call 964-7701 8 ajn. to 9
vacuums, Built in For Fr. Estimates tf
biotic (community the pyru the long term ecological\ aquatic vegetation. Centnl.vac ( p.m.weekdays.

mid of numbers the ecosystem effects of development' and The carp, while feeding on uum cleaning .y.tem'-712 N. Coll SLADE
710 St. Johns Ave.
"FOR Golf
Main Gainesville 376-7110 LOTS SALE Starke
rather than just thpprodul'lion pollution, but it lacks the manpower. aquatic' plants, have a tendency PALATKAIs & Country Club, ready for

of !game; animals. It to uproot them causingthe or for Investment.Lots .
building on
is perfectly: true that sportsmenhave It is not un aesthetic l issue! waters to become muddy. FOR SALE-I AKC registered Day 9648437Night Open AgainFURNITURE HOMESERVICES area approximately 1/2

paid to perpetuate game( alone/ although we do have Mud and silt Interferes with Dachsund. Best offer Phone 964-5047 acre and larger. Paved roads

species, but now hut Is not strong I feelings! when" it coniesto the development of bass and 964-8121. lip only 3 minutes( from town.

enough. Now we have to lalk our wildlife rl""Url't'I' \ I If we bluegill eggs with a reductionIn Repaired Refinished Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

about habitat, community ecosystems are not emotional about thetreasures reproductive capacity for FOR SALE1963 Corvalr con- --------------1 tfchg
and life support i>ystems. '- of our Nation thenwe these species." vertible. Good running condition -- -

Nutrient flow, biogeo bad better give up. It hUG! The piranha is a fish that Is 809 W. Pratt St., Phone CARL BEGGS MATTRESSESFREE For Information(

chemical cycles and energelics been man's insensiliMly to nat. noted for its ability to devour 964-7469. Itp Gulf Service CaD Jacksonville O.C. Carnes Nursery

must bt examined and understood ural systems that has. placed us any animal in the water when ESTIMATES
before the ecological on the brink of un ecocatas the feeding urge arises.! Introduction rOU Roof USED PARTS Call Collect 328-2144 Thousands of Plants

feet of many "prOllrl."hl\1I pro trophe. Environmental management of the piranha could Or A *T Frieee for Wrecked Can 78 1-4O. Fruit Trees Shade Trees

jecls" can be predicted.The is a social issue. Fifty ruin a multimillion dollar U Hoer Wrecker Service Evergreens, Cnmellias

money to finance' these years ago Clifford I'mchot sport fishing industry or possibly I.: WHOLErrEw Fuel Oil FOR SALE1965 Fold Station Azaleas Roses
Wagon. Full with
power B.C.,
render of ((010rida's Mart In cans plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
investigations! cantinues to wrote "The rightful! I use and many Used Can luggage rack trailer hitch etc.
come from the hunter and fish purpose of our natural resources natural lakes unsafe for good condition. I'll. 901-5100.

erman. Yet our wildlife management is to make all people, water oriented sports. ROOF Hwy. 101 N. "al. Up SEWINGMACHINE S3 MI. 8.E. of Stark. Hwy. 100

activities are con strong and well, able and wise, The danger to Florida'sfresh 4CS11MIN8UKANCB Flornhome 6592165Tho

c..rnt'doith all forms of life, well taught, well fed, well water fishing from Introduction J & J Roofing Co. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom brick
and not only game species. I If clothed and well housed, with! house 571 W. Call St., $50.00per
of fish
makes section of equal opportunity and special species month, I'nfurnlshcd. Phone ,
one a cross" Phone 964-8778 Glass Shop
living communities in any ecosystem privilege for none". is pointed) up by two 964-6491. Also one brick 3-bed- Sales and Service:
species of prohibited fish Hiway 301 South RATaAtJTO.rlBE.BOAT
AT room furnished house on north-
These words less true PFAFF NECCIII
are no
he finds!) a pyramid of -
which have already become l Glass
west shore Klngsle-y $75
stands today. To protect our fish and New HumeUniversal
numbers. On top man, established, the tilapla and DOYLE: E. CONNER per month. Phone 0647753. .
few other wildlife resources we must protect COLOR Cameras and case For .
and a large or .. .
the walking catfish. The tilapia INSURANCE!: Up
ganisms. At times we have difficulty their total environmentand used, only $1$ at Dahmers Dis AOENOYlele "

understanding( that the by doing( so, protect our' a was possible originally addition introducedas to the count. 4tchg 10/21 HOUSE FOR rent- 1017 W. Mid- $49:50 up AH CARS and TRUCKS
Parts & Repairs
creatures on the bottom hold selves. Ison SL 2 bedrooms paneledden. on InstalledVhiIeUWalt
sportsman! reel. By the time FOR SALEGood Coastal Bermuda all other !Make Ma
the upper parts of the structure Hoe Phone 964-8463. ItpDANNY'S Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
Recent incidents in it was established that tilapla hay by bale or ton. Call
ler chines.NATIONAL.
in When this Brown
place. the whole rida point up the danger of were not a desirable sport 964-6114. tfchg 1017 N. !Main\ G'ville
pyra- exotic and undesirable fish species they had already been

mid Protecting may crumble.( the quality of life being imported and established TRADE Would like to Trade PHOTOGRAPHYWEDDINGS .611 W. Univ. Ave.
in (Florida. In early !spread to several south Flo- Vox Amplifier and Gibson Electric i
is I true of
a measure. progress; Gainesville
People must understand that July ii butt dealer was found rida lakes by well meaning Guitar for Bass Guitar PORTRAITS 378-1355', MARYCARTER
to have imported a load ofF.uropeun individuals!!, and established and Amplifier Call 964-7337. Volkswagen COMMERCIAL
survival placing i
upon 114 N. Walnut \
he == -
mirror carp sienblipopulations'" which --
environmental considerations Starke 964- :
above economic 0"''''. We are sold as bass bait. Previouly interfered with native fish FOR SALEUpright Freezer New J. vied I/a 8181:1.

on a declining resource curve. investigations by fisheries biologists species. upright cedar closet. Reasonable Safes lenke r PUMPSNEW
officers 1105 West Madison St.,
and wildlife The walking catfish origin-
We have to husband our rapidly TREES TAKEN down, light
revealed numerous! tropical ally escaped from a tropicalfish Starke. Itp 1 MI. North of The MallGAINESVILLE hauling. Wood for sale. Call AND USED PAINTS

vanishing natural resources fish; dealers to be. in possession farm near West PalmIteach DISCING and Garden Work done. 473-3212. Itp
and restore, the air of and has
piranha a dangerous now hprl.'adIII'WK.'i Small and large areas. Call SALES
water and soil that supports South American predatorfish. south Florida and has 964-5015. 4tp 11/11 PARTS SAME

our fields forest and wildlife.For even been dcx'umented in
For Sale
8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand By Owner SERVICE
( these we believe of fish involved Lake
reasons liolh species streams in Hillsborough LAKE FRONT Iota-Spring

that the tune ILLS come for a in the above events County. The walking catfish, Village Keystone Height*.473- count cleaned, fast service at Dahmers tfchg Dis- 20 acres on SR 100 4 Mile Deep Water<
portion of wildlife conservation may not be possessed or insported though edible has the undesirable 4684. SR-21. Itchg South of Starke. From. Softeners and

funds to come from due to the possibility! habit of overpopu- FOR SALEGas drver. Excellent House with new roof. 1400 FillersPlumbing

general revenues' to support thai they might become .exUibhshcd lilting the waters it invades! condition. 6 years old. ft. on Hiway 833 ft. on AS
necessary! programs( for non I If r released In freshwater crowding out native gumefish, INTERESTED IN SELLING ALL $60.00. phone 473-4137 after Graded Road Supplies

game wildlife for our birds .und und becoming stunted in si/.e OR PART OF TIlE ACREAGE 3:30: p.m. Itp
other crt'atun.that! add Iltlllri Tlu "curl introduced in Itselff"h7Y7v.rMr Jacksonville
We have In and out of State PAIR OF Sealpolnt Siamese kittens ALL MAKES
prospective buyers InterestedIn 29% dn.-balance $86.79 mo PHONE 96..1061DURRANCE
for sale, 7 months old.
10 to 300 acre farms or Very affectionate $30. Phone 102 E. BROWNLEE
Call Bill Powell 9646810After
ranches In Bradford County. 964-5846. lip

If you have such acreage, 5 P.M.SAVE PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
with or without buildings, at WANTEDDependable
person Taking applications foi
a reasonable price, we will with own transportation to assist -

be glad to discuss It with you. with Invalid In my home. WE REPAIR and sell nearly FHA 235
For further Informition call every needle made for any

Starke Associate RepresentativePhone 473-4745, Keystone Heights. Tho. Long Pittance brand stereo regardless of age. New Brick 3 and 4
Also the
long play records at
Br 1 t t1R 964-7679 NEW 8 TRACK tape decks for Phon. Calls SI off regular price at Dah- Bedroom Homes
mer's Call for Details
1. DAVIN cars only $37.50 at Dahmers Discount. tfchg
Ii + Discount 4tchg 10/21 W. now handle air line
utti Realtors Low Down Payment
100 West Bay Street tickers, cruises, and tour. FOil SALE:: Split level 2,500 and Moderate Monthly
ft., 2
masonry, baths 3
Jacksonville, Fla. SALE AT OLIN'S: MO HLF.': W. offer a special package bedrooms, terrazo floor, car- PaymentsLONGCIIAMP
IIO\I;:,s- 1\111972 moisls.: $l-
Tour of N.w pet, refrigerator, range, oven,
for Fall Home-Sewing 000 saved If $!0,000 earned. HOMES
FOR SALE-1 single powerboat Olin will save you $500 to $1- Dimey World central heat, drapes and curtains Phone 954-4853

trailer winch, $5.00, I double 003, more In some cases. Let Call paved street. Terms. A.J. .
964.7 44? J. Thomas, Realtor Telephone 301 kmlb Scathe
power boat trailer winch,$20,00 me provelt.SH-00'Vsj'! ;: :. P.iona; '
tb1 electric range, $10.00, 1 kitchen 934-5606 tf-chtf. TOWN FINANCE CO 964-3701. TF

exhaust fan, $5.00 A.J.
P.O. Box 226
/ N. Temple
'h Thomas Telephone 964-5701. FOR SALE1967 Triumph Spit Avenue SEWING :\ leaned

Fire, good condltlon-$500.00.
oiled and adjusted In

V\\ I INTERESTED: I IN BUYINGOR : night.Call 964-5423 It day or 964-6221 W TEDStation attendant for Vicon f home ,$5.00.lacumn All cleaner
i afternoon and evening shift. repairs also. work guaranteed. -
Dennis E::. Cogglns Phone
SELLING Must( be 18 or Cargo
FOR SALE- row pull type : over.pPI) -
Tlmr. Fri. Sat -Only 431-1428 tfchg
REAL new Idea pickers; 26' double Station, Waldo. lip
chain hay & grain elevator; made ti
front end loader for J.D. trac- LOSTOne July hound and fish- {
( DOUBLE KNIT CONTACT tor; cultivator for J.D. trac- ing net, Thursday night, Oct. individual hearingrequirements gLE
I- 14, between Starke and Waca-
tor; 2 row planter with fertilizer at no j I
Remants GEORGE ROBERTS attachment 3 pt. 2 wheel sassa Hlver. If found please lrFURNITURE
e., notify Edward Tucker 212 additional cost
88 Yard trailer. 3 pt. rear crane; flare)
/ Reg. $4.98J- REAL ESTATE top metal wagon box; garden offered St., Starke 964-7740. Reward I Quality Home Furnishings
PHONE 964.7026 tractor with sickle bar & attachments ALL MAKE HEARING 9 Custom Draperies

i DOUBLE KNIT BOLTS 421 W. MADISON ST. saw. Logan's: Clinton: farm chain, 1/4 bow mi. FOR SALE1970 Ford Station AIDS REPAIRED Carpeting

f t 1".a south Waldo on U.S. 301. Itp wagon. Loaded with extras, excellent Interiors by Victor
t +% condition, 82,950.111\ AINESVILLE HEARINGi! 4600 Park Ave. Orange Pate
rt ; Reg. $4.98 5:1.88:: Yard take smaller car or somethingelse
TAKE Soil away the Blue Lus- of value In trade AID 284-9331 tf
as part
CHILD CARE ter way from carpets and up
r BONDED AERYLIC holstery. Rent electric sham- payment. Phone 468-1551. lip 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave .

; CENTER $ Inc., Builders
3 11I pooer Hardware 4 Supplies, ineiville, Florida 326010= WSTfRN

,i. 3 Reg. $2.69 Yard Starke, Fla. It LEW'S Phone 376-0095 !

Whispering Pines )1'p. Reduce safe and fast with Co-

KETTLE CLOTH CHILDREN ALL ACES fI tel US 301 964.8232 S. Phone Base.Tabllts Andrews& Pharmacy E-Vap "waterpills' 6tp


I 1 CUSTOM BUILT Experienced house i
lady to care for Infant. Phone
::: GAS AND ELECTRIC 864-7839. Itchg WIS1DNS'l'MI


a' WII DON"I' ILn: 1'1'' Export Reproduction SHEET METAL FOR SALE- br. house and 8 ICITIMtOKKCLOTNCI

.w e.4.5. 5K Suerea. C. E. JACKSON TRAILER HITCHES lob In Hampton. Phone Hampton I LORCTTA HEWITTsnn .

H. PRIEST ."- F 't.t..., > INSTALLED 468-1274 or 468-1666. 2tp .- 1311 w. Madison Stark. !10/28 ,785vtlTiNe SADDLES: TACII HU.Tlq soars'AIYuNITION. -

.. aNtr! FN 4,1semiLANE lun rlFLORIDA
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