Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1971
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01677
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Corporate Tax


t Before Voters Of Downiown

Next Taking a first step

Tuesday _4 in attempts appearances to Improve intarke's -

Florida qualified to go to the- polls l) downtown, a

will accept or on November 2, but a light V committee of businessmen -
stitutional > vote is predicted !In spite of i
ting the State strong efforts by the friends and will request
levy a tax of foes of the proposed tax to minor and inexpen-

per cent on whip up Interest In the amcnd- sive action from the
corporations, menu
of the first $ city council next
will open at 7
Bradford! a.m. Tuesday night.It .
; and close at 7 p.m. !In the
breaking 6,220 county's 17 precincts.
l Ird.. i't, M is felt b
> the downtown
9r o ,t' The tax was proposed and t Improvement
li l committee that
.. is strongly backed by Gov. Reu- 1 f much can be done by the cltj
? W bin Askew who points out that to Improve
,' Q 1 I If Florida Is one of only three I little oiitl.i) of appearances additional with
I II states that do not collect at 7 : : ies. mon

least five per cent of Its tax \ Merchants and businessmen

revenues from corporations as 6 must do more to keep: the city;
r t such. [ r'a aware of such small problems

f t' The Governor maintains that such as cleaning grass from
w. Florida's tax base Is badly sidewalks In the downtown
In out of balance with consumers area, repairing broken side-

(through the sales tax) carry1 walks, and enforcing a time
4 I ''; Ing more than 70 per cent of V limit on cars parked In shop
tar 2 "J the load. lie has denied that k ping areas, The committee met
: the corporate tax will be passed Eon $t; at noon Wednesday at the Holi
Y day Inn.
to the consumer, since the I
large multi-state corporationswho 9 -1 !d will < has allowed the appearance of
fJ. pay
approximately 90
F gfrw A 20-year-old 1 per cent of It, have national fr the downtown to deteriorate,
pronounced \ t pricing policies and will not said John Bradley, minster( of
r 4H i the Bradford 1 Southern "
; price a product higher In f'lot Discount. 1 here are
Friday t rids than it !is priced In other things tile city can do for the

head-on i f states. By the same token, Askew downtown_uL ____area._ .. .that_ don't cost
1 miles south of ------ muni muneyIe sato,
says, are already
helping pay the corporate Hardly able to stand the happiness of the moment Many small items could be
J' Dead on 7)y tax to- other. states; while get- 'Mil Linda Edward of Brooker was crown.d 1971, accomplished If the merchants,

_', 3:50:: a.m. ting none of the benefits fo-! Bradford High Homecoming Queen. 1970 Qu..n Debra city. and county work together,
Charlene Florida. Pr.vatt doe the honors.Students. \t!<.orne) I'lzie Sanders agreed.
helped make. at South lde Elementary probe the mystery of this Jock-O-Lotern they vllle. He agreed that much can be
to alter the

I They will also be set for Saturday night's Trick or Treat fun when all the little ghoiti Admitted to the Rep. Ralph Turlington, of of the downtown without
andgoblins will b. out.Old. I era! Hospital Gainesville, chairman of the a large outlay of dollars.
multiple I House Committee on Finance
possible cranial ; and Taxation and former Speak Romp "What Starke needs Is two
Mrs. Reba er of the House, spoke at the parking lots," Hen'Sarge'Suslow ; -
rlston, Fla., Rotary Club Wednesday endorsing Interrupted to tell the committee

car. the federal I government
Rival Hi as the the"fairest"proposed corporate tax will pay part of the cost
: Clay R.W.Troopers Pace of S.P.the I devised sent needs.to meet"We Florida's should have pre Thru AnnualTornado of room a renewal for the project parking to lots make he

way Patrol, said said. !Suslow' cited the city of
enacted it "
occurred on many years ago, Little Koch
i \rkansas and I
the t.
a mile south of 1 speaker said In pointing Smith, Texas as examples of
out that all
: Upset BHS with SH221. big corporationsmake cities which hove redone downtown
According to nation's over manufacturing 54 per cent of the WhirlA areas.It .
Miss Wright profits,
was 1 and are going would be necessary t Ui create
the north bound
touched by Florida's a public agency with cci tain
A 1.5 fic behind a present
record Is deceptive back taxing powers of taxation and condemnation
Mike system.
when applied to this season's Green. best offensive blocker on the They said that packed BUS stadium watch Bradford to take part In a
Clay CountyHlgh football team Green Cove is also big, Hurse Blue Devil squad, according Wright pulled 1 In regard to need for the High students Federally sponsored urban renewal
because notes. to BItS romp through the annual
the Blue Devils have scouts. hand lane to tax, Turlington admitted there program, Chamber of
played some tough games, Tor- "It seems like everybody we Split end Otis May, 139-12, her car met is some waste In! government, Tornado Whirl homecoming festivities Commerce ,:Manager John \I Ijers -
nado Coach David llurse says. play Is just monstrous! Is a good ball player and a of Mrs. Roberts "just as there Is waste In your last Thursday night featuring skits and told the committee. :Mjers
CAme time is 8 Ills Tornadoes will have to good blocker. lie Is also the ed south In the business, and my business, and climaxed has looked Into the possibility
ford Field, BHV p.m.on Brad be cautious, Hurse notes, let defensive end. of traffic. In our personal finances." lie by a pep rally around the traditional of obtaining urban renewal funds

home game second straight pointing out that Green Cove Quarterback Jeff Ownby dida Mrs. Roberts 1 said that, on the whole, however, huge bonfire in preparation for to a certain extent Palalha,
tied Baker County 6-6 .Florida can be proud of Its he said, has such a
and lost with In project tin-
driving the
good Job os execution In upset over the 12th
Clay H&h Is better than last to tough Fernandina only 10- Santa rection government, and refuted false ranked Pal atkaSouth tiny way now.'es .
Fe but his on a
year when BUS edged out witha game, receivers '
o and to Santa Fe propanganda he said Braves.IIlghllghting "
last Friday was put \ "
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7.6 win, the (Head Tornado were covered. Ownby Mrs. Roberts I out stating that I Florida can : done, )-
says, and the Devils have several by only 7-0. Is a weaker passer than runner over and settled i the highest number of had ers said, "But It requires cooperation -
fine Individual athletes. "I don't think Clay County following the state the evening was sor, :Miss IX-bra Prevatt. Queen from the city; Of
Hurse specifically mentions Is that bad," the veteran BUS Halfback Russel other employees per capita than any 1 t the: crowning of :Miss Linda Edwards Linda Is tile daughter of :Mr. flelals will have to be behind
Kelly, 152-12 stute. This
wide receiver Kelly Russell, coach says. He also says !twill Is the team's best passer. lie, (See Page ) was based on propaganda : as Queen the 1971-72 homecoming and :Mrs. C.T. 1 dwards of it, willing to contribute funds
erroneous her
figures by
predoces- for
the local
guard ArU'ur Tobler, and full- be natural for his Tornadoes is also fast and quick, and a Brooke. portion of such a
to be "a little down" good runner. Kelly Is the substitute The Senior class walked off project.
n after getting so high last week quarterback and Is Thursday' night with (lie/ prize !Starke' would also have to
for Palatka. no for the meet certain criteria set
winning skit
entitled up
I "Our slouch at the position, either "l>lsncj World1lglc: f rcates by federal authorities, Mjers
boys have to guard
against that because anybody we Fullback Mike Green 160-12, Probable Damage Cited a Tornado \ ktor ." It was the said, but he didn't know what
Is the team's they were
play can beat you!" workhorse. Green second straight ear the senior
"loves to hit," reads the BUS class of '72':! has won the :M
I j 5 He also points out that Clay scouting report and Is a good skit contest. committee>ers suggested a small

High Is anold rival of BHS. The blocker. He plays linebackeron In Smith The sophomore class was work on the of longer businessmen to
Lake range goals
:: two teams played last season defense. Report second in the skit judging while such as making the downtown
:::: for the first time In a good Flanker back Rodney Duns- the freshman placed a close Into a mall or creating
({HirtTnuiniTrirrBake I; ) J points out that every team the and a good receiver I I'rlda) night following the stand.
>> Tornadoes face get "up" for By Fishery game It did appear to be !Disney -
Green :
them Including favored Palat. Love passes the football BiologistA World as ever>one In Hrad "We should have a plan"
ka last Friday, about half the time The :Mjcrs said, to formulate a
Sole Blue Devils ford County thought they were
also run the
f up program to present to the
The cn-
rr same type situation which :middle behind that big front In I-antasj"land.
r Set Saturday r; the Tornadoes face this week five. They passed more than Around school everyone was (CS.. Page 7))
Sjr : faced them last season when they ran against Santa Fe and report has been filed by Thomas saving that the junior skit
they traveled to Green Cove Vaughn Regional placed last In the
are expected to throw Fishery Biologist judging, except -
ball with
r ByCandy, Stripers and BHS just did escape witha In Starke tomorrow night. the Florida Game & Fresh Water for juniors who claimed
+r x win. The Devils use a six man Fish Commission describing "probable environmental dam- that their Skit was disqualified Timo (CluUlgpI :

Candied ApplnHallowen After the Palatka line defensively with ages that would result" from for what, none seemed to know.
: win the a line- the
dredge and fill I Due)
Goodie Big Tornado points out, there backer In the cyan KAhuAAn .hA sently under way at Smith Lake work pre- The Whirl also featured a ( :guinSunda
<< Is also the possibility the Tornadoes two guards andhea-d i the offensive In Clay County. performance bj' the marching \ ,1.

." Storting,At 1 P.M. f fAt can go all the way, ; center. May, Puhl, Following an on-site Inspection 200 acres In the Smith Tornado Band and the BUS m :
r,'. That depends, of course, upon Coleman, Tobler, Deop, Dun- of the work now In progress and Lake tober 8, 1971 1 revealed that Oils Drill Team Still looking for
area that
Stan's Bootery r rl the offense stem, and Ownby are plans extensive waterfront canal had Class princesses were Introduced hour
continuing to develop two way on property owned by the been mostly filled. of
' as well as sleep you lost when clocks
so the Tornadoes players for Clay. Lido Corporation of Fort Lauderdale development The section remaining to the Whirl audience.
On Call! Street can of c In- set hour
were an
.. put at least some points on We'll have to play some tough Vaughn filed an adverse large homesites. It Is a talned less than six Inches of Junior princesses Clnd :Mitchell April In the annual ahead last
i3 "
corporation with switch to
;; the board. football, Coach Interests Is the\ daughter :
(In .StarkeCourtesy Hursepronos- report with Trustees of In the Bahamas water. The result was dead orIr.. Davlight Saving lime
ticates. The BUS as well as the and Mrs. FranklItchell:
This starting line the Internal Improvement Fund, fish In the canal. and
week the States.
.j small and
Of Tornadoes will quick up will be the same as against with copies to Maj. Robert M. In his "Also, the excavation of this Elaine Sherman Is the daughter iou'11 have a chance to gain
a Green Palatka since the report on the work of Mr. and :Mrs John it back with an hour
I Cove front five that Tornadoes Brantley, director of the Northeast In cove area has resulted In the Sherman longer
chic? GJnmmunily!! 193 averages came out of the Palatka battle Region of the Game Commission now progress Vaughn said loss of valuable littoral zone. sophomore princess Telia snooze when clocks are setback
I'I't kles pounds per man. The tac- unscathed as far as Injuries and other officials.In "Presently the water levelt. Fill Is being deposited along Norman Is the daughter of :\Ir, an hour at 2 a.m. SunJa,)'.
Stair t Bank are Willie Puhl I, a co- are. concerned. One place the at Smith Lake are down, permitting a strip between the present and Mrs. LeRoy Norman and If you forgot to make the
captain and a 198 pound his report Vaughn called
senior Tornadoes easy lake princess Patty :Morris Is the change, you might arrive for
access level
should get addition of heavy and the cove area,
and Eric attention the "loss of
to valuable
j a 225 al equipment to a daughter of :Mrs. Leola :Morris church just In time for
Accounts Now 'Insured pound senior. ; help from his guard Gene littoral zone" as a result small cove nor- resulting In the covering up the
Up To $?0,000 ;.; :Melvin whose sprained mally connected to the main of the aquatic vegetation mal- freshman princess Janice closing hymn.In .
By ankle
I Guards are Arthur Tobler. I kept him from playing full time of the dredging operation, and body of the lake. This small dencane, Davis is the daughter of Rev. order to play saf set
Federal,Deposit 188 pound senior, the second >against Palatka. H. should be "the that degradation can be of water from quality cove area has been drained. "Future degradation of water and Mrs. LeRoy Davis and Princess your timepieces BACK an
Insurant! Corp. best blocker on the team, and i ready to go this week although tank expected If Before draining, a canal was quality can be expected from Susan Macy Is the daughter hour before you retire Saturday
Henry Coleman 180.12, who Is 1 perhaps not full strength and shoreline septic Is pollution heavily deve-the constructed around this cove septic tank pollution It this of :\Ir, and Mrs. L.L. :'olac)'. night and you won't have
tough and aggressive.' The cen.tea' 'will aid the BHS guard area to harbor the fish present shoreline Is heavily developed. Interact Sweetheart Ester Ro- to make any mom changes until
is Ricky; Delp, 175-12, the Offensively, the starters corps. loped. while the cove was excavated. next April, when treconfuslon -
will Lido owns approximately 3,- However, an Inspection: on Oc- (S.. Page 7)) (See Page 7)) : will start ill over again.Ii ,


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Hospital Auxiliary> Ip Bake Sale SetByCandystripers

Plans Bazaar t

The annual fall bazaar of t the
Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary A bake sale with candled
will be held Friday and apples and many other Halloween
Saturday Nov. 5-6, from 9 goodies Is let.by. the'
a.m. to 5 p.m. In the vacant Candystrlpers this Saturday,
store across from Stumps. Oct. 12 in the library of the
The bazaar, under the chairmanship Bradford County; Hospital. Two
I of Mrs. George Ca- new members, Alice Saundersand
nova, will feature assorted w. Irene Miller, were accepted -
gifts, plants, baked goods and by the club. .
homemade candles, gifts for ih} I I.r Up for membership at the
children, preserves Jellies and I next meeting are Donna Nelson -
an assortment of homemade 4Li' Nancy Rowell, Eileen
r items. Smith, and Rose Lantham.
The money will go toward Girls Interested In becom-
the Auxiliary' many worth- r ing Candystripers are askedto
while projects. I attend the next meeting Nov.
9 at 7 p.m. at BCII.-Dues are
$2 and there Is an applicationfee
Beta Sigma Phi, : -t 7 of $1.

Gives ShowerBeta

Iv loped along the edge. The elbow -

Autry Gwen Starling Sigma Phi sorority held length veil of Illusion was
Danny Jackson its regular meeting Monday secured to a pearl and sequli.
Weds Mr Cotney/ night at the home of Mrs. W. crown. She carried a cascade
Engagement D. Hodge with Mrs.Wayne Wynnas I'r arrangement of white roses,
co-hostess. carnations and white satin rib-
Lt. Col (Ret.) and Mrs. Ro-
After the business meeting, bons.
bert L. Autry announce the Mr. and Mrs Leon tlr
Susan Starling members were treated to a h A reception was held In the
marriage of their daughter announce the engagement and
L. make-up demonstration by Miss church educational building.
to Stanley
Catherine approaching marriage of their Louise Stern. Mrs. C.W. Slade Mrs. Joyce Williams greeted
of Jacksonville, son
Cotney. daughter Gwen, to Danny Jackson
served as model. guests at the door and pre-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cotneyof son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Mrs. W.D. Hodge was surprised sented them to the receivingline
Wadley Jackson of Morgan Road. with a baby shower and composed of the bride and
The was an
October IS.Birthday. The wedding will take placeat received many lovely gift*. A .- __IIe.Lii..I Nancy Marie Thomas Weds groom, their parents and. 'bridal. .
the First Baptist Church of baby them decorated the cake attendants.
Party Lawtey, the date to be announced which was served during the Mr. Touchstone At t Pine Level The bride's table was covered -
later. All friends and refreshment hour.Farewell with a white lace cloth

For Tyler JonesIn relatives are Invited. Miss Nancy Marie Thomas, Miss Carol Hardy attendedas over satin and centered witha
Savannah Jo Ann Bass Exchanges Vows daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell maid of honor and Misses five-tiered wedding cake decorated -
Miss Starling and Mr. Jackson Party Thomas of Starke, and Fawn Gassett and Elaine Wain- with white and purple

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. are both graduates of Brad For Frick With Ronald Eugene Raulerson Martin Vernon Touchstone, son wright were bridal attendants. roses and topped with the a bride cake
Ricky and Balancing
Godfrey honored Mrs. God- ford High School. of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Touch- They were attired alike in pur- groom.
frey's father, Tyler Jones, of Miss Jo Ann Baas became celvlng line were Mrs. Rose stone of Lake Butler ple satin gowns with white lace were two candelabra with purple -
Black Mountain, N.C. and Ricky Frick, assistant mana- the bride of Ronald Eugene Hunt, aunt of the bride. Serv- united In marriage on October trim, high neckline and long tapers. Mrs. Marie Thornton -

Starke, on Ms 66th birthday. Tea Is Given ger of Holiday Inn! was given Raulerson on Saturday Oct. ing the wedding cake were Mrs. 8 at 8 p.m. In the Pine Level sleeves. They wore a match- and Mrs. Rose Farr in cut
assisting -
farewell party Monday nightat Judy Wentworth. sister of the Ing headpiece of purple satin the cake, serving
Sunday, Oct. 17, with a sea- a ; 18, In a candlelight ceremonyat Baptist Church with Rev. John
food smorgasbord at their new For Mrs Bowden 9 p.m. by the employee the Brooker Baptist Church. bride, and Mrs. Lula Mae Hines, Strickland performing the and net, and carried nosegaysof were Loretta Starling and
home In Savannah, Ga. of the Inn. Mr. Frick left Wednesday The bride Is the daughter of aunt of the bride. Presiding at tials. nup- pink sweetheart roses and Linda Thornton.
Out-of-town for the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Bass and the the punch bowl was Mrs. Betty mums. Mrs. Betty Cassels and Mrs.
guests were Mr. Decorating the altar
and Mrs. Robert A. Green Jr. Mrs. Jessie Bowden celebrated Mrs. Wayne Harper presidedat bridegroom Is the son of Mr. Walker and Miss Wanda Rabon. baskets of white gladioli were and two Little Christy; Strickland Diane Moody presided at the
and family of Gainesville, Mr. her 87th birthday Tuesday the punch bowl and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Joseph Raulerson.The The bride Is a 1971 graduateof pompoms and lavender served as flower girl in a punch table and were assisted
and Mrs. Alton Hlgglnbotham. with a small neighborhood party; C. Brown cut the cake. double ring ceremony. Bradford High School and Is a mumsagainst gown similar to the honor at- by Tla Thornton and Charlotte
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Green, and at her home on Gardiner Street. The 15 employees attending performed by the Reverend a secretary at the Universityof branched candelabra background with burn-of tendant', and carried a white Whitehead. Miss Kathy Touch-
Mr. and Mra. Friends and neighbors were presented Mr. Frick with go- James L. Temple,was solemnized Florida. basket of purple petals. Shane stone, sister of the groom,
Roy Wingate Sr. Ing tapers and Jade palms. "
Invited to tea at 5 o'clock. bride's book.
kept the .
of Callahan ing-away gifts. before an altar banked The groom also graduatedfrom Miss Charlotte Whitehead Thornton served as ring bear-
a with palms, fern and basket BUS in '71 and is em- ,. er. The bride is employed by
of pink roses Interspersed with ployed by Copeland Sausage organist soloist, ,presented and Gerald a William,' given In marriage United Farm Agency In.Starke
programof and the is employedat
pink gladioli. Company. nuptial music. by wore a ChanIbvar groom
The bride, given In marriageby They are at home Brooker, Mark Crawford til imported Ell Witt in Gainesville. They
LA -Z- BOY'S her father, wore an empire following a short wedding trip man and the ushers as best o rtthseedj eh are residing in an apartment
were Wayne
I gown of bridal satin, overlaid through Central Florida and a Wainwright and Terry Wil The utachabl on W.% Washington Street,
The .visit to Disney World.. '
with a lace bodice. slim e.
liams. time was sca
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FACTORY AUTHORIZED leeves, ending In points over ') .
eew ;the hands,were accented by) lade'I I M"
I daisies Her fingertip you of
Illusion fell from a cluster of : I. 1 1

aeedpearls, topping the chapel

.train. Her bouquet was a cascade i.
of pink rosebuds butter- 1
fly orchids and white satin rib- _

,,; Now, for a limited time, you can buy Presenting a program of nup- I
tial music was Mrs. Joyce
Dukes, organist and Greg Douglas 1' / I I
that comfortable chair
,>,. you'vealways soloist.
Attending the bride as maid

dreamed of of honor was Betty Hayes,
r gowned In a floor length 1. lavender -
empire dress accentedby NO IRON
at a substantial purple trim and choker with y y

matching accessories. Her
SAVINGS headpiece was a purple) circlet FIBERGLASDRAPERIES

with lavender tulle and purple 1 1I
ribbons. She carried a bouquet -)
of white roses.
The bridesmaids were Brenda /
Bass, sister of the bride, Peggy A
Edwards and Ann Raulerson 'If i Hand washabU fiberglass fabric in
1 groan, golds whiles. Generous Side
sister-in-law of the groom. a bottom h.nis. 48" wide' 65" long.
e Their gowns were Identical to i
LA-Z-BY that of the matron of honor
and they also carried white

Mallssa Rabon, flower girlwe' 444
gowned as the other bridalattendants
with pink rosebud '
Now you can own the chair of your dreams, a world- I r
In her hajr. She dropped pink
famous La-Z.Boy, at an unbelievable, once-In-a-lifetlme { rose petals down the aisle froma I / A REG. $5.89 a 88
sale price! All the beauty and comfort that can possiblybe 4 t e 46" 4r
white basket with pink strea f WIDE 64' LONG
built into a recliner are yours in a world-famous
La-Z-Boy'. These sumptuous masterpieces are certainto M. mer. y r
Robin Parrish served best
put real living into that special room. See us today. with Tommy Raulerson as % ; TIER CURTAIN SETS
as this sale is for a limited time only! man ,
r' brother of the groom, David / ) Solid a print' In 36" cumin and
Prescott and Glenn Davis as vilcnoc Ml.'
ushers. OUR REG ,
Ring bearer was Randy Rau- *2.39 'SS
Save Up To $52.00 Style 829 lerson, brother of the groom. OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON

A reception was held In the
Church Fellowship Hall Immediately
after the wedding. The /
So/ePricedFrom/ $169 bride's table was covered with LADIES MEN'S MEN'S
white linen and lace tablecloth !
r-; '
centered with I memory candle. ,r-1 STRETCH THERMAL z PERM PRESS "

Annette Bass, sister of the BOOTS UNDERWEAR FLANNEL SHIRT
bride, kept the book. Couon prude. In 2
Strong trued. vlI 100% ootlon In oIr poc.... ,
The table a long lele
was over- ', y l
eWV knit ln.l.u ,( .
nyl I in S-XL(
w laid with white linen and lace, "'*boolaw1.id: a xl.
o centered with an arrangementof \ 4 AMI. color In \
pink rosebud and a wedding 8-10.
candle. 'The three-tiered wedding 4 '

cake, in shades of lavender l S 222
and topped with I miniature -
bride and groom under an I
arch was on one end of the 5" ...CHARGE IT OR
table while the punch bowl was 4 ? USE
at the other.Introducing. OUR REG. NJ)

guest to the ...- $5.99 I ', \ CHAME; LAYAWAY!

Stork ShowerFor MEN'S

Mrs. Lawson COWBOY 4
Style 833 Style 831 MEN'S LONG SLEEVE MENS
Mrs Jimmy Lawson of Jacksonville BOOTS r

the former Barbara' L"lher upper. a SWEAT SHIRT \\f fIn CASUAL
Sue Edwards of Starke was ...
eole. Many .IVi' COlton a ecyltc hurt /
r.r honored at a stork shower last _'3. w"r.gl.n.4.ve, In I-KI.. SLACKS
Thursday evening given at the i Flan end Ivy mocIell
home of Mrs. Seeber D. Goodman rr I 47. '

with Mrs. Wayne Harperof r""l 2 i 'aDD I : : '
ti Sn Starke and Mrs. Buddy Pat- air REG. R .. I 99
ton of Gainesville ashostess**. 88 REG. 3
During! the party; hours 8 to ...99
10 pjn. the guest* enjoyed a I
game with prizes and were
served refreshment

,. The hostesses presented Mrs. ALWAYS 1st QUALITY
134 wG I t. Pkee.96 5i27 Start*, I Item a* a memento of the occasion. J

Page 2 Telegraph Oct. 21,1971


r II Local admittances to Brad-

,. .JJeople :Jgou nobJ'T I NEWS ABOUTSERVICEMEN ford Hampton Include County: ;Mrs.Mrs.Hospital Glenda Ethel Meumans this Stinnett week

Y Macclenny;{ Mrs. Nancy Stipp
Keystone Heights; Mrs. Dora BALDWIN
) Johnson Lake Butler;Mrs.Lu-
w/ \ .. ella Austin Maxvllle;Mrs.Gladys -
.0. "
< -- ,, Z" .
/ Carter Miss Marsha Brewer
V and Mrs. Charlene Prlvett
,t Lawtey Mrs. Ruby Parmenter
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- Miss Margaret Griffls, AE. Chevrolet
C81cmTrade.: Olds
I ley of Hollywood spent the week- McKinney Jr., Mrs. Sarah Loran -
Ernest Jenkins and Curtis end with their parents Mr. Mrs. Yola Vestal Mrs.
Sanders were the winning couple and Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Ella Cottle, Mrs. Alice McIntosh -
at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Mrs. Bobble Shaller. Starke.
night Mrs. Marie Dent and
Bradford County Hospital announces Mrs. Bell Burns second Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bradley -
were Mrs. C.R. Scogglns was visiting -
the following births
: and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. and J.M.' Bradley Jr. of her son-in-law and daughter -

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. Crlf- and Mrs S.W. Hamilton were Jacksonville and Mark and Mr. and Mrs. Michael E.
Jill Bradley of Orlando CleanSVIIep
third. Sistrunk and baby daughter InStarkvtUe.
fls Jr.. Starke a son Stanley
weekend visitors of Mr. and
Miss last week.
Dean. Oct. 19.
Mrs. J.L. Bradley and visited
Mrs. Samuel L. Russell and Mrs. J.M. Bradley in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. SL. Peek Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown
son. Paul visited her County Hospital. attended the American Bankers -
Carter. Maxvllle. a ion. Tim- Mr and stn. Fray. TPwartlIn
Association: convention In
othy Dale Oct. 20. Jacksonville over the weekend Mr. and Mrj. James Otto San Francisco Calif last week.
At Sunday dinner they had of St. Petersburg will be week-
--- ten guests Including three generation end guests of Mrs. L.A. Cano- Mrs. J.C. VIning of Palatka

of aunts. v,. visited Mrs. L.D. VIning Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Michael E.Sis-

trunk of Starkvllle Miss announce Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb Miss Claire Nell Townsendof w nesday.Mr. .

the birth of a daughter visited Mr.and Mrs.ME.Cole- Atlanta visited her parents and Mrs John Myers Q
Tracev.Luna on Oct 13. Ma- man in Valdosta Ga. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Townsend will be In Clerawater over the
ternal grandparetns are Mr. and also Mr. and Mrs. A.L. weekend visiting her mother
and Mrs. C.R. Scoggtns of Misses Linda. Carol and Ka- Crosby Jr. over the weekend. Navy Ensign Robert G. Mrs. Florence Brooks and aunt
Starke and paternal grandparents thy Pita of Jacksonville were Thornton husband of the for- Mrs. Dora Durschlag.
are Mr. and Mrs. WalterE. Friday and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon mer Gerry M. Mooty of Starke
Slatrunk of Starkvllle,Miss., Miss Kathy Casey and attendedthe and family of Macclenny were was commissioned: In his present H.W. ShIpp of White Springs
former Starke residents BUS Homecoming Sunday visitors of Mrs. Gladys, rank upon graduation from was a recent visitor of his

Weldon. the Naval Officer: Candidate sister-in-law Mrs. R.A. New-
Mr. and Mrs F.V. Herlong School at Newport R.I. He U some.
UDC/ To Meet' of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. James Starling and Mrs. now stationed at the Naval Air
visitors of Mrs. W.F. Herlong. Ola starling were in Jack- Station San Diego Calif. Mrs. A.C. Oliver and Mrs.
sonville Friday night visiting Mary Blackwell of St. Simons IS STILL ON

The W.T. Weeks chapter Mrs. W.E. Middleton Miss Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. Pvt. Marshman C. Reddish Island were Tuesday lunchelon
UDC will meet Wednesday Madge Middleton. Mrs. E.L. guest of Mrs. W.H, Nollman
Mark son of Mrs. Trudell GrUfla
Mrs. Mack
Nov. 3, at 3:30: p.m. at the and son,
home of Mrs. Lester Crews Matthews) Mrs. Rlcharde, and Tom of Lake City were Sun- of Starke, recently graduated and Mrs. W.F. Swlnyer.
with Mrs. Elzle Sanders and Mrs. Marguerite Corn of Lake- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. from Marine recruit training at the T/Sgt. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson "ag.. .ma A &..&eeieeees .
land are spending Monday to J.G. Caldwell. Corpe Recruit Depot
Mrs. Bertha Pearce as co-
hostesses. Thursday In Clayton, Ga. Parrlsh Island S.C. He Is a and family of Fort Walton
1971 graduate of Bradford High Beach spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- Brownie Troop 604 visited School. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson.Mr. .
the National fish hatchery and
Dr. and Mrs. J.P. Young of
dale In Marlanna and Eu-
were !
fresh water aquarium at Wel- -Insl
Jacksonville and Misses Via and Mrs. H.A. Lawsonand
faula, Ala. on business last Robert L. Cooper son of LLOOKhe
on Saturday. The I 15 girls
Werner Rose Harper and I- Mr. and Mrs.Raleigh Bran-
Monday to Thursday and also were accompanied bv their Mr. and Mrs Clarence L.
rene Klndell of Columbus Ohio nen spent Saturday to Tuesdayof
visited their son-in-law and leader Mrs. Edward Wainwright Cooper of Route 3, Starke, has
were last Thursday dinner daughter Mr and Mrs. James Mrs. Clarice Stephens been commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant last week In Marlon, N.C.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. ; with Bud Lawson.
O'Brlan at Fort Walton. and Mrs. Johnny Barrett. In the U.S. Air Force
Hill. upon graduating from Officer:
Training School at Lackland Miss June Hardy a fresh-
AFB, Texas. He will now be man at FSU, was recently elected 1971 Chevrolet Caprice CoupePower
0 Junior council memberto
assigned to Wright-Patterson
AFB, Ohio, for the Panhellanle Council representing Steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioned, Radio, $ 3 895
M an
electrical engineering officer.A at FSV.Zeta Tau Alpha sorority Heater J'000, New Dark Green With Green Vinyl Top, Sold For Over ,

1958 graduate of BUS,

Lt Cooper received Ms bac Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Hood 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
helor's degree In electrical engineering -
were In Daytona Beach last
from Auburn University Tuesday to Friday where Mr. Power Steering Power Brakes Air Conditioned Stereo $3,695 I
In 1971. Hood attended the Florida For- Tape System, Clean As New, !Red With Black Vinyl Top I
SALE DAYS estry Association: meeting. Sold New For Over 4800. .
Army Speclallst-S Jackie J. ft.FAN CWE; P

NOW THRU Dampier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Andrews of Orlando 1911 Ford Pinto Coupe

SAT., OCT. 30 John C. Dampier of Starke spent the weekend with hU Da-)
recently completed eight weeks rents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy An Big; 4 Cylinder Engine!! 4 Speed Transmission, Custom Interior $1,900
of basic training at the U.S. drews. They attended the UF And Exterior: Decor Package This Car Sold New For
t : 't i i4i'I Army Training enter Infantry game Saturday. I Over I260- CLEAN SWEEP
Fort Polk. La. While there

he received: Instruction In weapons Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bras- Olds Toronodo
map reading, combat tactics 'the 11968 Coupe
first aid and Army his- well attended Kentucky $ 2,3 9S
-- REALTONE tory and traditions. Fried Chicken convention In Power Everything Gray With Black Vinyl Top Sold New
-- Atlanta Monday. Fot Over 17000, 37.000 Miles. CLEAN SWEEP

Larry A Troupe 20, son of Is a patient -
$STEREO' ". *' 'Mr. and Mrs.Theodore Troupe In theCaineevfle Medical 1969 Cbevelie Malibu 4-Dr. Sedan
; Enigma Ca., recently was promoted Center after breaking her hip 988
c to Army Private Class at home Saturday Doric Green With Green Trim, Power Steering, Power ku$1
MUSIC CENTER near Kirch Cons Germany. Radio, Heater, Tinted Glass And Air Conditioned.
: Pfc. Troupe is a memberof
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Heinold CLEAN """ ,
the 2nd Battalion of the and family of Wilmington
i Division's 36th
3rd Infantry.Armored He entered the Armyin Del. were Friday to Wednesday 1968 Olds 83 4-Door Sedan

March 1971 and was stationed guests of Mr. and Mrs.
4' $ 81 at Ft. Jackson. S.C. before Drew Reddish while visiting I' One Owner Car With Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air < or,-$1,788
f: arriving overseas. points of Interest In Florida ditioned, Solid As A Rock In Every Way.

124 The private Is a 1970 grad- including Disney World. CLEAN SHEEP

(II G j jI uate of Berrien County High
I I School Nashville Ga. His wife, Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs
I I II 1910 Pontiac GTO
Gloria lives In Ilamptcn.A.M. J.R.. Kite attended the American Coupe
II I I Cancer Society annual meetine Gold With Gold Vinyl I Top, This I Is A Beautiful Car, And Ilaa$2 988
In Miami over the weekend. Everything On It. Air Conditioned, Power Steering, Power
Brakes Bucket Seats, Console Automactic Tran emission, ,
Smith of Frostproof Nice, 79000 Miles ri FAN SWEEP
Powerful 100 watt IPP AM/FM stereo radio, 8 track built In stereo tape mnt the weekend with his father Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Worthof
player, matched Walnut speakers 4 sp. record changer, dust cover & Jeff Smith and also Sterling, DI.. Mrs. Dan 1968 Olds' 98 L.S. Sedan
padded stereo headphone set. visited his mother Mrs.Smith Worth and Mr. Roy ChampIon -

In the Gainesville Medical Center of Douglas. Ga. were last Completely Loaded With Power Goodie* One Owner Car, $1,788
Thursday visitors of Mrs Les- Come Steal This One Today, 48.000 Miles.
ter Crews.
Mrs. J.B. Bradley who U
a' patient In Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brlan
Hospital had as weekend visitors of Fort Walton spent the weekend 1966 Olds 83 4 Door
PROCTORSILEXSTEAM her family Mr. and Mrs. with their parents, Mr. and
Jack Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Barksdale and $ 88 8
New Tires (WSW) Radio.'lleater, Air Conditioned, Nice
Gerald Cox of Orlando Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T.R. O'Brlan. Second Car For .
and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Barks-
Mr. and Mrs Reece Bradley dale of Jacksonville were also

of Jacksonville and a daugh home for the weekend. 1969 Chevl/2/ Ton Fleetside'Pick-Up
IRON daughters of El Monte Calif. Sold New By Baldwin, Custom Cab, Upper It Lower Moulding$1 899
While here they were guestsof Miss Norma Canova and Mrs. I(50 Cubic Inches, V8 Engine And Turbo Jrnm.itiL Trun'
Light weight & teak proof, 777 .' Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradleyat Lex Green were Sunday dinner (mission. ,
Steam for easier Ironing Klngsley Lake. guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. CLEANFF.P\
Green n In Gainesville

Miss Kim Bartlett represented 1960 Chevrolet I 1/2/ Ton Pkk-Up
Santa Fe Junior College Rev. and Mrs John Flynn
of World on visited their son, John at St. Red And Real A $499
1 on a tour Disney Paint Clean For 60 Model Run flood
Saturday.Mrs. Petersburg Junior College In
COOKERWARING Clearwater Tuesday and Wednesday FIRM CLEAN SWEEP\
Jeff Smith Is a patientin .
FRYER 14 SP.BLENDER. the Gainesville Medical Cen-
ter following surgery, on Oct Mr. and Mrs R.W. Douville 1967 Ford 3/4/ Ton PickUpDark

.:. ober 14.Little. of Orange Park were last Wednesday
supper guests of Mr. ( Green) 6 Cylinder Engine, A Set Of 6 Ply Tires All Th$1 288
873 ts Ricky Braswell age and Mrs. Kenneth Gilder., l\lay\ Around, Come Get It For
ulckcook-- 5. Is In satisfactory condition ,
6'/aQt. ups&meals Avoc ado 8 white in the Gainesville Medical Center Mrs Merrill Edwards and CLEAN. SWEEP
after having his foot cut off Mrs. Alvin Howard returned
in a lawn mower accident at last week after visiting Mrs.

AM-FM '': _. ... _...,_ AM-FM his home on Saturday.Mr. Edwards' son Sgt. Stephen Edwards -
-v at the Zwelbrucken AFB Still A Few New
CLOCK RADIO ,; PORTABLE RADIO Jacksonville. and Mrs.were Ogden weekend Batesof In Germany. They also] visited
I relatives In England and toured
i; 94 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob France before returning home.
81 p3 bie Shaller who were celebrating -
26 eOmln.sleep switch. Precision their 24th wedding an- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Chevrolet Left!
tuning. / niversary. were weekend guests of Savings
Mrs Charles Fowler In Win.
Hamilton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Lane Gcodson ter Park. They were Joinedby
GE VACUUM of Lakeland spent the Weekend Mr. and Mrs. J.W. McNeelyand
$ 77 ...- with her mother, Mrs. Hazel daughter of Lakeland and
PORTABLEMIXER CLEANER << Carlton and: also with Mr. all visited Disney World.
7 and Mrs. Philip Vellenga and
7flwiv.roP Mrs. Ronald Grlt .. They all
UF '
In attended the game.
3 Sdaad __ ...._. THE BRADFORD
Mrs. Merritt Williams and COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Taylor and
children of Jacksonville Visited P.bU.led every Tbandajr
CLAIROLHAIRSETTER SWINGMATE Mrs. JA. Landnun and family at IM W. CidLttrettSlarke.

& In Brooksville Sunday. FtotWa SJM*

PHONO | U.S. 301 North Phone
Mrs. Gorse Oldham of Lake Seemed claM net age paid. 964.7500
+ II
91 n l 63 City was Saturday overnight .4 MarkFIrU. STARKE FLORIDA
Conditioning &water,, .. IP, changer 2 guest of Mr. and Mrs David ,
mist or reg. Montgomery. I S.Merigtia. Raise

Misses Beverly McRae and la yejnri trade II.TS.anal..ISM mtrntta.HUM per. "Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"Oct.
Ruth Church of St. Petersburg
and Jim Shaw of FSU spent the ( trade uses $...
mw ALWAYS 1st QUALITY weekend with Mr. and Mrs. yr yeas J tt.lt dx i oteMMr

R.M. McRae.
OPEN 28. 1971 Telegraph I'agc 3

t ,




Or TreatFesUvities SE CarnivalSet Man Jailed F, .

Set;: FridayStarke For
Hiding ,
Nigh'tYounglters ., .dl I
Elementary School'sannual
Halloween Carnival set RunawaysJerry
are asked to go tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 29) .4 # I
out to trick or treat tor from 1-3:311 n.m. the school V
Halloween this :year this Saturday grounds, according to Mrs. Simms of Starke, mar- e
night. Bill Chambers, president of ried and the fattier of two children -
the SE PTA.Costume was sentenced to 80 daysIn ?
Sine Halloween falls on Sun- Judging Is set for the county Jail Oct. 18, by
day this year, many mothers 1:19: p.m. with prices going for Bradford County Judge Theron
have suggested to Society; EdI- the cutest and ugliest costume. Yawn for contributing to the
tor Gladys Mooty; that trick or There will be two contests, delinquency of a minor.
treat festivities be held Saturday on e for grades K-2 and for Simms pled guilty to concealIng II IIII
night. grades :v.4.Mothers: two 15-year-old runaway
of children who at- girls In his home Oct. 14. I'I
Other Halloween activities tend other schools are Invitedto Mrs. Shams faces the same .
have Starke ElementarySchool's bring their youngsters to charges on Oct. 28. She has
annual carnival set the SE carnival, says Mrs. been released without bond so I I I r
from 1:30 to 3:30 P.m. Friday Chambers. that she can take care of their 4 jh jhN jhk
Oct. 29, on the school gournds. two small children. #

The Southalde Elementary Consumers Deputy Sheriff Glen A. Mooretestified r.r
carnival Is tonight (ThursdayOct. Want to Know that both Slmms and
28)) starting with a parade his wife, Judy, denied the presence ,
of the girls, but that
forming In the Florida Bank Br MARGARET SPADEItDlrtctor I
lot at 5 p.m. The car- 01( Consumer AflalnNitlonil an Inspection of a bedroom
nival parking Is set at the Pratt Atiociillon. of Manufacturer revealed the girls In the act
Street Playground starting at la there a "rule of thumb" of crawling Into a hiding place.
Judge Yawn passed sentence,
to determine the best size t+gP
way giving Storms 60 days on each
6p.m.SS of water heater for a two. of the two accounts of the
Carnival bedroom houset charge but specified that they r I -
be served .
could concurrently.The
Your hot water needs will
warrant Issued In the
Set TonightThe depend on the size of your case, charges that Simms know n
family, the water-USI'IIK appliances that the runaway girls were *.?,,,,j .,
Southslde PTA halloween in your home, and being sought by law enforce- APPLIQUE-TION Cotton jeans step lively with perky
Carnival Is set tonight the amount of hot water you ment officers and that Mr. and ; additions of decorative cotton trims and embroidery. The
(Thursday, Oct. 28) startingat are likely to use at one time. Mrs. Slmms concealed them In Jeans at left are appllqued with Conso's put-on patches
six p.m. at the Pratt Street To estimate your needs, allow their home nevertheless. r that Include a cotton flower chain and hovering butterflies -

Playground.A between ten and twenty gal. Cotton embroidery thread worked in an easy satin
parade will assemble at the lone per person per dayaddthe ---- v-. stitch, adorns the light-colored jeans. Featured in 1,001
Florida Bank at Starke parkinglot number of xallona required The great football power Fashion & Needlecraft Ideas
at :5:30 p.m. It will emceed to operate your clothes peak of their proud traditions. Princesses Patty Morris and Telia Norman decorate th* Sophomore Class' second
south on Walnut Street to Call washer and/or/ dishwasher Our alma mater, the school place float In Bradford High's homecoming parade Friday.
Street, turn west on Call to thai doesn't pay Us player,
and total the number of gallons
Orange Street, turn north on also has a tradition which it S .
Orange to Pratt. then oroceed: / that might be used for prefer to keep quiet. 7 County .. i
east to the playground personal line and appliances The only realty popular levy
at one time. f Is a tar: on the other fellow.

Regional msn f\ll cfSSS1U 1\ \

I Stressed Planning \GpR\ \\

was A talk given on'by regional Marvin planning C. lilli, \\\tt\ \
of the Jacksonville Planning \G
Board, at a meeting of the
newly organized Florida Crown
Conference of Local Govern-
iiii0t. ments In the Bradford County; RCA announces
courthouse Thursday, Oct. 14.
Hill stressed the need for
; regional planning If the conference -
hoped to expedite approval -

help In of working projects of the ,Jacksonvilleoffice toward and offeredthe this IA i-i.I. _

end.As organized last month at 10O% Solid State _
Orange Park the Conference
of Local Governments was set AccuColor.Circuitry .
up to Include Duval, Nassau, _
St. Johns, Bradford, Clay, Baker Designedfor
and Union counties. Fur-
.pose of.. the conference Is exchange Extended, ,
.. provide...;* medium for the 5- Th.HALVEKtiMod.I OQ 799
\of Information, studyof Life! / 25*diagonal plctur*
Joint problems, planning of
mutual Interests, and representation 1
of common positionsfor IftffiOTstand ] RCA's XL-100 eliminates :
the welfare of the citizens t'o E l a major cause of TV
of the member units. IXL-lc.R repairs Chassis tubes are
At the meeting here last week, solid
replaced by state
Mayor Hans Tanzler of Jacksonville -
chairman of the Legislative -J circuitry designed to
Committee, said that perform longer with fewer |
by banding together, the coun- repairs. RCA's automatic
ty and city; officials of the seven tuning system features
counties could obtain more fed AccuMatic that locks color j 4
eral funds for projects In the and tint within a normal ':

area. ( range. ';
optional extra)
He listed home rule, the 10- h Tn.COSMOS L ':
mill cap on taxes, distributionof Mod.I FQ SOS
road and bridge funds,bar- 21*diagonal plctur .

gaining of public employes, anda r
more liberal annexation plan,
as items of common interest. RCA offers I
Articles of association for more
"iI "' ,,lS;'. the conference were adopted as nlL II, '.
\ presented by Bradford County : I oo 100% Solid State

Commissioner Ralph Bryan, 1S? -!Q2@
chairman of the committee.The color models
articles provide for a
., 14-man board of directors,with I I I than any othermanufacturer. .
''I u =..:.== two elected from each of the I
I I\ seven counties Membership on
C" the board will be divided equally :
it\\l among county and city Th.CHATneiO
officials. Made Q1J 8792V
as low as
diagonal plclura
:: Our Best Prices The Conference will meet
with the next meeting
quarterly -
._.::-1,:. _. ; .- to be held at 8 p.m. on 95

r --'- Offered Yet On tr1 January 13 in St. Augustine. 549 i

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News 1971 Magic FLORIDA Qo ..
(for Model FQ-505))

; .

Chef Gas Ranges I ... ...__.,_ WILDLIFEby ; '"".

IPe :t
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Plus 5- '.

\ --== "I" I Dr. O.E. Frye, h. Oto" Ji'0II :.
r. V'IIAO'C' cars: [Th MARTINEZ
{i--------: DirectorBetter Model, OQ 769US' lg
diagonal pletut
Lift ,
..movable cook top. hunter-landowner relations dine

Removable oven are clearly needed If S i
door and door wait. sportsmen are to continue to XcL7O lI'vice
; 0 IPhat
\ 'lands. An
hunt on private
Cook and Keep Warm) Clock with hour timer Only 30" wide of pc y.eu.Yaid. "
,, estimated seventy percent
oven control .Wait high |nfra.Red Clock with 1-hour timer the hunting license buyers In IPe Sell :
.Oven window end light Broiler, c Oven lightChrome Florida depend upon private

Lift.up cook top Removable oven door oven racks and open lands for their

4-leg levelers hunting opportunities. The remaining
hunt on Th... QLINOL01N.
thirty percent Mod.)GO 74*
DELUXE wildlife areas managed by the 2B otagonal. 'picture.

Budget Price Game Commission.and Fresh Water Fish

These two figures are significant -.

k.229S! c $179 95 They private and portray thought-provoking.and the open importanceof hunting'

W.T. lands hunter-landowner and the need relations.for good WINKLERELECTRIC

These relations generally
OFFER GOOD TILL NOVEMBER 25th are good; but, certainly they
can and should be Improved. In
recent years there Is a growing

'S1ADE GAS AND APPLIANCES allow reluctance the public of landowners to hunt their to

lands. Lacking respect for
others property and others

f 332 W. M.duon St. Phono! 964-7701 rights hunter-landowner, some shooters relationships have put, 234N.Tc Ave. Phone 9647SQATrick

In s snarl.

P'je 4 Telegraph Oct. 28, 1971

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Woman For Girl was fined $101; or 10 days In
Sentenced 4 In World
Hiding Jail for failure to yield right- Opening Disney Youth, 17
of-way and Martie Vernon
Mrs. Judy Sims was fined the Touchstone $36 or 3 days on Four Bradford High band dith Wesson, the big band surged
$251 or 30 days In Jail on two week before, Mr. Sims checks and was fined $51 or and Andrew teeter pled guilty a similar charge. members were a part of tile Thursday Into the plastic- InjuredMike
counts of contributing to the pled guilty to a similar chargeand 15 days', In Jail on each count to reckless driving, wilful and Sheldon Brown was fined $76 1,076 member band that trimmed streets of Walt Dis-
delinquency of a minor bv Brad was sentenced to 60 days, and ordered to make restitu wanton. Both were fined $101 or 5 days In Jail for unlawful marched in the opening of Walt ney World to the fepplause of
ford County Judge TheronYawn in Jail on each of the two of- don. Mrs. Earl M. Rhoden and or 10 days, In Jail. speed, Billy Andrew McNeil Disney World near Orlando television"ears Industrial big- Reed Bradford 4-H pre
Tuesday during plea day In fenses.In Lucian B. Prevatt were both Ernest Cleveland Vaughn, HI. was fined $36 or 3 days for Monday.The< shots and thousands of casually sident. Is 111| Alachua General
County Court.Uri. other cases Gary Weging fined the similar$51 or 15 days Donald Calen Mathews, Dean failure to use due care, John opening was filmed and dressed vacationers.The Hospital Gainesville with Injuries -
and Malcolm Bradley both on the same counts. Paul West and James Kiel Dudley Benton $26 or 3 days will be shown as a special NBC local students were recommended received Oct. 17 while
Sims pled guilty to concealing charged with breaking and entering Peter J. Nadllo A.M. Hill- Montgomery pled guilty to possession for no valid driver's license television program tomorrow for the Disney band racing horses at the Starke
two 15-year-old runa- with Intent to commit lard. J.D. Adams, Marilyn of alcoholic beverages and John Prichett Ruhsam was night (Friday Oct. 29)). by Bandmaster Dean Cassels Raceway.
way ilrl.1n their house Oct.14. grand larceny, had their cases Mack and Jacob D. Ritch all by a minor and were fined$51 fined $36 or 3 days, In county BUS} participants In the huge after Disney World wrote ask Reed was thrown from his
Deputy Sheriff Glen A. Mooresaid bound over to circuit court as pled the same charges or 10 days in Jail following a Jail for speed too great for band are Stormy Reed, son of ing for band members who quaoooUtled mount during a race his mo-
that both Mr. and Mrs. did Dennis Hall charged with anddlwere fined $26 or 10 strong lecture by Judge Yawn. conditions.: Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Heed of to play In the grand open*. ther says. The horse finished
Sims denied, but the presence of escape and William Henry Sul- days and ordered to make restitution James Clark pled not guilty Hampton; Jerry Williams, son ing. the race. but young Reed. 17,
the girls that an Inspection livan m, charged with to the didn't.Reed
possession by the Judge.In same charge. The of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams
of a bedroom revealed the girlsin Superannuated Friend Is In traction
of cannabls. other Others pleading not guilty to Larry David Andrews, after sustaining
Howard Eugene ;
the act of crawling Into a The court saw an unusual Barnett was fined $151or their charges Tuesday were: that says when story he of his life is son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews A survey indicates that people nerve ,damage in the
hiding place. number of worthless check ca- 60 days In Jail after plead- Dean Paul West charged with him retired the com ; and Richard Kirkland who watch TV news shows fall \\Iae> of one arm and leg
Judge Yawn passed sentence, ses. ing guilty to driving while In- sniffing glue LevI James Williams gold watch gave an engraved son of Mr. and Mrs.J.T, Kirkland cant remember what they has been impaired. There were
fining Mrs. Slmms $251 or 30 Betty Rhoden pled guilty-to toxicated. Ivey Clarence Jackson allowing alcoholic bev- spelled with his name all of Starhe. saw, Of course, there are others no broken bones.' Reed is expected -
days In Jail on both counts. two counts of issuing worthless pled guilty to unlawful speed erages to be consumed after wrong. Led by "Muslcman" Mere- like Spiro Agnew, who to be released this week-
'. hours and allowing minors to take notes. end.TERWILLIGAR
be served alcoholic beverageson ---
"f' premises; Jimmy Clifford
." Gilliand. Jr.,trepasslog;James
France Jr., leaving scene of
accident and driving left of
center; Joe C. Nolan, driving MOTORS
while Intoxicated; and David:
Jlunsucker, petit larceny.
Arthur David Zimmerman,
Shelton Brown and Sherman
Lewis all had their sentences
suspended by Judge Yawn.
Stanley Wayne Cornwall and
Robert Padgett, both charged IcL Hundreds Of
with petit larceny, had jUdge-
ment of guilt withheld and were
placed on a one-year proba-

forfeiting bonds Tues-
day were John M. Kelly,charged '
with voluntary Intoxication from 'l
I drugs; Ancll C. Tetstone, vol- \
untary Intoxication; Janet 1
Wright' Andreu, unlawful speed; \ \ I
Fred Williams, improper left '"
turn; Jacques Van Veen, unlawful r ,
4 speed; Gary S. ICdcns, .., N NO
< .x unlawful speed;and Martin Sims ., .
: 1. II Clary, no valid Inspection cer- ,\
'-= tificate.
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; ,.'.,, \ Raymond Walter Lockard
'" """ "''''ie> .,;:,,' charged with failure to have
,,, ,, l' vehicle under control and John
....{: '- ," : ny Charles driver's charged license,with both expired had-
&Q their cases continued. ON 1971 FORDS
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Council Names President; ru GREAT GHOSTS! There's 13 Winners u .n..1.1

Sets First Monday As Meeting Time The Gremlins, Goblins and WINNERS HERE
I Witches played, trick or treat 'IRM LIST JUST THC I
a week early this year with CN/ t.-
their magic number 13. The .' ....

RaUbrd's new City Council retained a Jacksonville attorney to the measure so they could the football trick contest with Judges 13 contest received: winners ......Ittee. L7 10LJA/A '': .'.
will have a president Instead with a view to possibly t challenging not cast adverse YO..... The reaped the treat In latweeks -',
of the charter has been deeded sm. i P.wel .
of a chairman. legality new charge by '
Football Contest
The action to change titles based on claims that the friends of Incorporation who cash. tor O I) >l- '

was taken at the body's first corporate limits lines were say the lines were drawn_In Eight men and five women e-6; e K ,:.
regular meeting Monday nightIn "gerrymandered" to leave out a manner to Include the most marked their score cards Identically !Ha ;,.,.;.
(he Community Center.. Mrs. persons known to be opposed populated area of Raiford. missing the StarfcePalaflca c..uc.GlnR/N rJ. -q'
Myrtle Lee Sweat, who had
game and the Duke-
I been elected. chairman at a ,. '
hastily called meeting following ---.r--- the Navy tie-breaker came then 89 point guessed Key as ::: /Ktf VTL i fi .

the Tuesday, Oct. 19, e- 1 tae n 1r ll" + itone Heights won over Mara- j&Sl&ZSl'**'
lectlon was again honored by -... DaCha by 59 point In a Thursday -
being elected to the new offlc night game a full day; before :P: :Sl l s J ,L >CL&E .
of president. Lamar Green waselected the entries deadline. .cdMIYy :.
vice president.In The total cash pot was split .
other action Monday night, 13 equal ways. They are as
the time of regular meetingswas follows Elizabeth :
set for the first Monday Patsy SUcox. Mr. Owen McLeod Moiley. =:;!fffil-"r-j ( 'M
night In each month at 8:30: all of Starke.Laurie Whar- '
p.m. Visitors will be welcomeat Business Woman Of Year ton and Linda W. Wharton of -+" ."=,
all meetings. I IIth Keystone Heights and Marc .. : .:,
Most of the time at the first Honored By BPW Members Jackson, Herb Thoma!. Stan 5
meeting was devoted to a discussion Cotney Ricky Solse Tommy .... AI : .:
mechanics necessaryto Bryan. Thomas A. Bubv. T. ..l"clUtW'Of.zg
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get the newly Incorporatedtown LL- Mn. Joyce Rlherd. the 1971 Program for evening centeredon all of Starke. .
on the State's. list to receive Woman of the Year was hon- women and their accompli Eighteen contestants out of ....sl.torTONy'. ,..:'
monthly collections of ores at a dinner by the /Marke shments. Excerpts from some over 200 picked Stkrke over .,.. .:;.R.AJjlj(b '
gasoline and cigarette tax fUnds. of the latest books women miMmrtkSMIet
Business ft Professional Wo- on Palatka, but fell by the wayside FF :
It Is not know at the present man's Club on Tuesday Oct. were read. on other games. SIxty; lJ IcfJ1f. : ::JJk'J1AJT .:... ,
time Just when these payments 19, at the Family Restaurant Mrs. Evelyn Haney, president six score cards carried 59 as
will start.After In Melrose presented the certificate the most '.**.Til*.M.' d.w.w .- y''I
points to be .cored. MM..:... .:::::: .:, ", '
lapse of 40 to Mrs. Rlherd a nurse ...
a some Mrs. Rlherd was presented A typical winner's score card .... ,"
years, Raiford voted to reIncorporate a certificate! of appreciation In the BradI'ora"oun Health li at right. ane .'
last August In orderto Election Hoard Ends Work a Woman of the Year memento. Department The Contest enters Its second i TIM.."qaasJ.t. ramri. sat n '
receive tax monies for needed
half this week, so beware =
Improvements, Including Ralford's hard-worIdniElec-: The board was appointed several of the Gremlins and test your ._:zzS_WL_ I-.Jd4J..$_---- "
street lights a volunteer fire months to handle the luck In this Contest for cash.
tion Board Is pictured as It ago ....._ Me -
department, and playground equlpment. It's all -
registration! of electors and on page 8.
Its of conductIng
completed Job -
The town. was Incorporated last _k'a election of the Incorporating conduct sro elections(In August one and for | Tips On Winter Shoe Care J = l7fi-4.fii7ll
town's first set of officials
during the Florida land boomof
another for electing officials
the late 1920'., but the charter under the new articles of In- held last week). FMt and what (on onTry to ODe that arh person
allowed corporation. them. an ipociiU con o.r n alternate* anon ao the "lame
was to lapse during
the Depression Days of the1930's. Pictured from left are Mrs Members of the board ren- at this time of year winter" pair lent worn two days In Democratic parly mutt Wt agree that jokes about
weather- matter UK ell This allows them to
dered their services without no a row. '
Katherine Alvarez Mrs Alice be given creditor pretenting ttrtiom
(See women driver are
history of Raifordon mate-la bound to result In dry out and air Rotating
editorial page). Cason, Mrs. Gertrude Hart, pay, and gave been commended wear Shoe or boots for al ihon den help them to the voter with a wide From now on we> will' pcgta..
Some Kauora resioents, opposed bailiff, and Mrs. Elsie Gor- for the manner In which moat everyone. In the (amllyl wear longer, and feet will variety of presidential candidate 'them with, "There was this'
they conducted their duties.I feel better. to t be> unenthusiastic ."
to Incorporation, have don. about. driver. unspecified/ sex. ,


Cold damage from low temperatures advent of low temperatures.This The rate. of fertilization I
frost or a hard process Induces a nat- should be reduced proportionately ..>
freeze is a hazard to many ural protective device In plants say to one-third the nor- .>.'
outdoor plants in Florida. EvenIn enabling them to survive low mal rate but should not be ,
south Florida whre temperatures temperatures. Night Is im- completely stopped. This Is also : ',,a, .
seldom reach the portant in this hardening pro true for watering.. Plants .:a';.. '
freezing mark, cold Injury can cess. Plants receiving littleor require water during the win- .I, 1 : "
and often does occur. With proper no light often do not dev- ter Just like the rest of the '. '. .
cultural: practices and several elop hardiness even though the ,-,
protective steps. damage temperature Is acting to encourage stop eating and r king In .;
from low temperatures can be this natural occurance. me winter ana neiuier ao
cut to a minimum. Many of Florida's subtropical plants! ':
Many plants go through a plants do not go through Another way to minimize cold _. $347PROCTER "
"hardening proc..." with the this hardening process so we Injury Is by suitable wind .
must try to reduce cold damage breaks. Windbreaks reduce .
on these plants by artificial wind speed and also conserve 19..' '
MEN NEEDEDIn means. Nutrition Is very heat In an area. Evergreen
this era to train at Important for Increasing a make excellent wind ,
plant's resistance to cold In- brake which can be effectively .
LIVESTOCKBUYERS Jury. A plant that Is favorably placed so that an area stays :
supplied with aU elements essential warmer than It would If It were Ui
for growth will survive In the open. You can thusprotect -. .' -\f'\ ,'J' .
lower temperatures and recover : *
some of your tender .
faster from cold Injury plants by placing them Inside, 'Ii ." ,, ,! :.
LEARN TO BUY CATTLE. than plants not receiving proper a windbreak of evergreens.
HOGS AND SHEEP fertilization. In other Covering materials. such as .
el aa le barn.d loll end words, a plant suffering froma cloth polyethylene plastic and :.
renchee, We prefer lo treln. men lack or Inbalance of fertilizer -
used to
also be reduce -
.. paper can
21 la 9ft with Ien.ca..p.n.nc i i1
Far local Interview write eae.phone wUl be more susceptible cold Injury. These temporary '
lot .dd,..end b.._.'....... to cold Injury. An optimum coverings trap heat and .
level of fertilization should be :
NATIONAL maintain higher temperatures
TRAINING maintained throughout the near the plant. Other materials ,--.
1',0. sea year. Most plants grow during such as leaves or soil can ; :
Atlanta 6 1383-Dipt... 30301 the winter but at a slow rate.. be piled around the base of :.
plants to keep the stems.from :
freezing. Leaves may be Injured -
I or even killed but these

I 1 CompletePest LORIDA i coverings stem and may roots prevent from the being entire You lose I !I

1 killed.
I Control > 'P EST I Sprinkler systems. have also
4 been used for cold protection.A .
\ Service \, oHTROtr constant flow of water over .:.
the plant may be of value
I I Give U. A Call *r OKMKUCO. I Ii however If the supolv of water ::.
Is stopped or Is not suppliedlast ..:
I enough; ice can build up ....
to the point where Its weight '..'
1 llfat; 1 1I breaks the branches of the plant .-...
'Ipi1 This method Is usually not suitable -
I : Now In Stock 1 for homeowners sine -
1I I large quantities of water are ..:,..
i fit
Mind Tulips ea. 6tDaffedlb needed are and Inadequate.moat Irrigation systems It's a fact. The average Florida taxpayer can understand why they are putting hun- .' I'at I ::

ly To plant summarize Is the best a good Insurance health- : ... paid $347 in State taxes last year. And dreds of thousands of dollars behind the 1',.. r:

\ i: VJ .. .25tHyodnfinis against ly plant cold means damage.a proper A health-fertilization Procter & Gamble paid Florida $20. fight to preserve their free ride in Flor ,

I '. V ea 25< I tire used and Use watering windbreaks program or Another fact: the average Floridian ida. If you were a multi-million-dollar cor ;Y::. :

I protective coverings for the entire cigarette smoker who used a pack a day poration which paid only $20 in Florida ii: \

ONION SETS lb. 35C main plant stem or when at least a cold for snap the paid more in cigarette taxes, just by himself corporate taxes, you wouldn't want any :: '

is anticipated. If all falls and
the plant freezes, replace It than giant R. J. Reynolds paid Flor changes either. ;;:

RYE GRASS SEED lb.--87c I with a or more grow cold that tolerant favorite species ornamental -- ida in corporate taxes. Meanwhile who has been carryingFlorida's ::;:
100 Ids. -10.45 "I.'
as a pot plant which Unfair? You bet. tax load? .:io
can be moved Indoors those few
FALL ANNUALS TIE COLD WILL cold days we have In Florida. Now you can understand whyspokesYou.. ::

TRAY. 37 DRIVE men for the big corporations will say almost If you're tired of paying your share :.:

THE I 11GITiDiffrHDnicE any thing to try to beat the Corporate and theirs too vote for the Corporate r

RAe PUT RATS Profits Tax on November 2nd. And you Profits Tax on November 2nd. .:.

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I NO.15.641-REG.BU.Ibs.-- 69c 3.25. 2.99 USE IF MICE YOU d-CON ._ 1 MEN Take some of the load off your shoulders. : .

I SHOVEL lib. MEAL REG. Army Chaplain Major) Leonard t .
lib. PELLETS 1.85 1 T. Melton, son of Mr. .
and Mrs. Londe L. Melton, ..'
M69t $U7 Hampton, recently was assigned '.
to the 31st Artillery Brigade at .::
Homestead Air Fore Base,
I BOXWOOD each -- 49 Fla. fO :
The Chaplain
UGUSTRUM5.9g 1 1I degree University.In Deland.1953 from Stetson .:.

I MYLILUES -each- S9i 1 I I I The Corporate Profits j

POTAC PUS -each 1M i 1heOd-tvmu- :

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Corporate Tax Students Romp. Downtown

yoteOnTap. 1.tyh' (From Page 1)) BC HospitalAsks Move Set. .

(From' PogViVj'' mero and DCT Sweetheart (From Page 1))
Jonell McGee were also Inter-
Associated duced to the audience. Funds tire committee for approval or
used by the Industries Composing the Queen's Court alteration I
of Florida preparing were Misses Janice Stances, "If you get the right com-
their campaign against the corporate daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. mittee to do over Call Street
w bA t : we'll have something. ." Sus
profit tax. thexjipeakersaid. Stencil Miss Mitchell, .
.' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WU- low said.
.4. For DoctorSeeking Merchants have been lax in
Turlington wai intro- lie Mitchell; Miss Gloria Jean
Rep. CongressmanLex Griffin, daughter of Mr and communicating their problemsto
duced by former .-. city and officials
who praised the ; Mrs. Griffin and Miss Theresa county ,
Green of Durden, daughter of Mr. and said Wayne .Whlffen, local optometrist -
legislator as one
Gainesville Mrs. Bill Wilson all of Starke. "Appearances have
the best-Informed men'In the *** *' As usual, the students,could- funds to meet the taxes toward their support, says declined because we have let
Kate matters of {atatton.Homecoming. -f' "*" 5V
on County Clerk Gib Brown.The them," he said.Convenience .
'4 n't resist a chance to poke fun cost of hiring a doctor for
at BHS faculty members such emergency duty, the Bradford \ Commission and Hospital Is the first consideration
as In the senior skit when County Hospital Board asked Board agreed Tuesday night at Insetting more shop-
v: rt'$ Coach Roland Henderson the County Commission for an the attorneys for the two boards, pers to use Starke stores, Whif-
S turned Into a wolf and Mrs. additional $30,000 Tuesday George Pierce for the hospitaland ton said. He said the Gainesville -
Evelyn Haney turned Into the Gene Shaw for the county, shopping mall Is now "die
(From Poge 1J ,.- Xfcfe&xW{ wicked witch of the west. night.r, Lee Purcell, licensed would work out together a way one" local shoppers use.
Coach David Hurse intro- Florida physician, has been employed to meet the hospital's additional "If wo don't change our ap-
be center f'erelon'McCleUan, -i r ,. duced each member of the football to be on duty at BCII cost. pearance, I know where a shop-
guards David Newham and Joey squad to the crowd and from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. It Is The hospital is also havinga ping center is going to go,"
Branson, tackles Randy Gas- __ talked of the upcoming game. an attempt by the hospital boardto rough time collecting bills, Whlffen added.
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kins and Vernon Barber, tight m His fired up team did Just what meet dwindling medical ser above Insurance costs, owed It was Whiffen's motion that
end Charles Wright and wide- he hoped for and upset power- vices In the county and to pro- by private patients. Insurancepay Instigated the proposed visitto
out Gray Flynn quarterbackEddie Fishery biologists with the Come & Froth Water Fish Commission inspect drainage ful Palatka South 7-0 Friday vide a physician to be on duty their portion of the, hos- the city council Tuesday
Hazen running backs canal containing dead fish on Smith Lake! land development project.( night. nights at the hospital."It pital bill, Canova says, but the, I night to get the ball rolling
Bernard Brown and Malachi Friday afternoon Starke wit- Is a big service to the hospital has difficulty collect- Twenty-two Starke businessmen '
Henry, and fullback Brad Carter Causes nessed what principal Charles community," says Hospital Administrator ing the portion owed by the pa- meeting in August agreed
: Lake Dredging Probably Damage. Francis called one of the best George Canova. tient. that something must be doneto
Defensive starters"twill be (From Page I 1)) homecoming parades Starke has There are no funds availablenow The medical staff In this a- revive Starke's gradually
ends Charles Wright and Randy ever seen.The for the hospital, the commission rea has dwindled, Canova pointed deteriorating downtown.\ Parking
Gasklns or Brad Carter, tackles Mr. Carlos Mends the con- At the Lake Como hearing, vagueness of present statutes Senior float was Judged said, but the board was out. Dr. T.G. Hitch aban- Is the key to the prob-
Bobby ,Dyal and Farelon struction foreman Indicatedthat however, an attorney for the defining navigability as It ap- the winning class float with the sympathetic. In so many words, doned his practice here, I Dr. lem, they agreed.
McClellan and mtddleguard there were plans to even- DF Trustees said, "No one plies to fresh water lakes, and sophomores a close second. the commission agreed to come Sarah Lou Wells has left the It was at \that time that the
Carl Luther. The linebackers tually build along the entire pays taxes on lake bottom," also the failure of the state This was the second straight up with the $30,000 In Its next Keystone Heights area, and Dr. Downtown Improvement Com-
will be Joey Branson and Ver- lake front area that was owned adding that If he does It lathe to show that It has Jurisdiction year the class of '72' has won budget. If necessary, the commission Donald M. Chrlstoffers was mittee was formed with Brian '
non Barber, the cornerbacks by Lido Construction." fault of the local tax as- over non-meandered lakes. first place In the float Judging, indicated, additional killed in an airplane crash. Hamilton of Stump's Department -
Bernard Brown and Malachi sessor. The state officials expressed "As long as the laws are making a clean sweep of things. mission Indicated, additional Store and Wayne Whlffen
Henry and the safeties Wayne LAKE COMO HEARINGIn belief that In many so 111 defined I can see" why The DCT Club won the club taxes will be levied to pro- as co-chairman. Purpose of
Testone and Gray Flynn.Woman' the meanwhile, an Initial Instances persons have deed- people are up In itrmthe Lake float division for the second vide the funds Court and I ihompson Streets, the meeting Monday was to
effort to test the Issue of state ed property that they had no spokesman said straight year. into a shopping mall with au- decide exactly how the com-
control of all non-meandered right to deed. Como hearing. Jessie Moore, assistant principal tarry tax funds the hospitalnow tos banned. mittee will proceed.It .
: navigable lakes fizzled out at An HF board official read a of the Bradford Mid- receives Is $15,000 In state Suslow pushed that concept has previously been sug-
a hearing before Peace Jus- long description of exhibits that dle School, was the masterof race track tax funds. The coun- gested that property between
_..:I tice Wednesday saying the downtownarea Rosenberg's old store and the
K.D \ Harry Frank In Crescent are needed to obtain a permit ceremonies for the Whirl has that for
ty already paid
e ..j. can be made Into a shop- railroad on the north side of
oFrom City last week.Charges for dredging. These Include Zoning and Mrs. Vicki McKinney was the coming .
year.Bradford's ping center with renovation of Call Street be turned Into
h'lI' wero dismissed against non-refundable fees of $100 for homecoming chairman. a
( Pg.. 1)) hospital Is one of the fronts of
stores and the
4Q John M. Evans, a land- an ecological survey, $50 for During halftime Friday night few In the country thatoperates parking lot.ltngest *
ai t\ MissWright's owner on Lake Como, and Jack the permit application, and a Policy the sophomore class was without local advalorem taxes, planting shrubbery In the vision some melt
estimated l.OOO. street.
ages White Deland announced hers of the committee have Is .
a equipment operator 50-cent charge for each cubic as the winner ot the Canova Most surrounding
total wreck.63 Volkswagen was a because, Judge Frank yard removed from bottom land. building decorations contest. counties says.that have hospitals levy turning Call Street, between ..
declared, "Section 253.03, under lie said the application must .
Burnett estimated visibility; which the men were agencies before www ti
go through many .
at the time of the accident at not In that are reserved exclusively ,
charged, was specific receiving DF approval, homes.
about 50 feet.Hospital .
officials describedMrs. procedures or penalties" and If any of the agencies, especially A discussion of broad policies Earlier In the meeting the
Evans claimed he
was try- the Game & Fresh
Roberts condition as and possible legal action board had approved a changeIn
ing to create improvements on Water Fish Commission or the
"guarded." property Included In his deed. Pollution Control Board dis- against a recalcitrant subdivision zoning for a 1,200-acre tracton LaY I
A Savannah man, George Milton lie had contracted to remove the application has a developer occupied the the north side of Highway
Mullls, escaped with only soil, apparently washed from slim agree chance of being approved. Bradford County Zoning Boardat 16 leas't) from EA (exclusive wtt jitsto
minor Injuries Friday night as upland dltrus groves Into the Some attending the Its meeting Tuesday night. agricultural) to R1C (residential '
he lost control of his truckon lake, for the purpose of hav- Lake Como persons hearing criticized Seeking to help the board with mobile homes). The the new'
a rain slick SR-S-125, 5 ing a sandy beach. state action before the laws firm up some long-range ob- tract Is bounded on the west
miles north of Raiford and his Non meandered lakes are have been defined and clari- jectives and Iron out "bugs" by the city limits line, on the S&L
truck crashed Into a tree whereit lakes In which survey lines fied, and rapped the state for In the present code, attorney south by Highway 16, on the gamefpassbook
finally came to test. were extended through the bodyof putting the burden on indivi- Elzie Sanders received an affirmative east by Clay County line, and
According to Trooper J.C. water, rather than skirting duals In bearing the expense answer when he asked on the north by a line running : ? .
Cone Jr., Mullls was travelingeast around the lake, as was done of taking the test to the Supreme If It was the board's Intent to east and west 1,000 feet northof
on SR-125 at about 60 In the case of larger bodiesof Court.In exclude mobile homes from all the Laura Church Road. saving
mph when he ran off the raod water. Owners of lakefront residential areas not presently Mobile homes were again In
into a ditch where his truck property on surveyed lakes have another' case, heard recently zoned for mobile homes. the picture when several resi-
struck a tree. assumed that they owned the In Palatka, charges against Board member Art !Keller dents of Highway 16 (west) reg-
No charges were filed, but lake bottom as far out Into a Palatka landclearlng said It was his thinking that istered a complaint about alleged '
Mullls' 1968 pick-up receivedan the lake as their lines extend, firm for dredging on Half Moon adequate areas should be provided Infranctions of the zon- Lt&2t-i; J
estimated $1600 damagesIn and, some have paid. taxes on \Lake ,without a permit were for mobile homes, but ing code by J.B. White In the .
the crash. because of the I that there should also be zones placement of mobile homes In
bottom rolled ' I pus*"lake i A ft.lMifHfUri for.jearsl V ,- .!t .- Ov i-eHM) :'OC'1.'':; *-:. __ >. :i....t.BOBBY'S ..- : <,. Muv rea..neai>.Crosby's Store. I..ri : ;:; as U
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the matter and that action wouldbe
taken If It was found that
HIDEAWAY i the units were placed too

I health close together regulations to comply regarding with

water systems and septic tanks.It .
was stated that one mobile
0 U. S. 301 NORTH WALDO home had been In another
area under discussion for sev- r. 3
eral months with no septic tank
0a Presents For Your : connection at all.
a Proudly Enjoyment The area has a high water

table and when It rains, sev-
0 eral septic tanks overflow and
run Into a nearby ditch, mem- 000'"
bers of the delegation said. _
i. i You can't put a septic tank, .

I ROY DRUSKY a 100-ft.wll, and lot a and building comply on a with 75 x f-tJ)

agreed.health regulations, the board I

: and The Loners mobile Although homes RIC on zoning a 75 permits x 100-
: ft. lot, a developer selling such The Reason We Say NEW Is Thai This Simple

: lots central would water have to system have eithera or a Way Of Paying For An Education Is Still NEW

central sewer system due to
1i1B Include: ALBUMS. regulations controlling the required To Some Folks.If .
! Some of Roy's hit longs distance between wells

SINGLES "ALL MY HARD TIMES" tad drain fields.
I. "I'LL MAKE AMENDS" In other policy discussionsthe
This Solution
To You
"ALONE WITH YOU""COUNTRY "JODY AND THE KID" board agreed to require .
GIRL""ANYMORE" lakefront lots to have 100-foot
I I. "MY GRASS IS GREEN" width at the water line
TIMES" vh well as 100-foot width at the Come In To See Us Today! We Can
building line, and to require a
h "LONG LONG TEXAS ROAD""I'LL AND. 50-foot setback from the high
MAKE AMENDS""SUCH water mark for lakefront homes Help

A FOOL" MANY MDRE"WEAKNESSIN ) built in the future. The present
A MAN" requirement is a 25-foot setback -

STOPPED LOVING""RAINBOWS board In answer said that to an no Inquiry living ,units the Botli Certificate And la...IMk Saving:

S AND ROSES" STAR OF FILMS are permitted over the water.
This applies to new construction -IUI.4 Aviiiliihlc.SAVE .
: TV AND RECORDS as well as converting existing -
structures Into living u-
5s nits.

Also discussed was the mov-
ing of substandard buildingsonto I
property that might be 8100 Or

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HtaoenVernon J FOR HOMECOMING WINNo.

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clicking at last, jun-
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r '.., ; .. ',, '" Hazen directedhis ':;" )
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<",It. :I Bradford team on

,.. .., --- .' .-. .. ....... ",.. .,.,. .. an 85-yard touch-
down drive in the .
first period, the '" '' .
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Barber's hard lick here jars ball loose from Palatka's Arthur Merritt at Fighting Tornado defense ... "" ... '.. 'Ji""Vf'K.iI'Ii';< .' '.', '

Bradford's. five yard line. From left, Bernard Brown, Randy Casklns, and Wayne Testoneare grimly held on .. .'0 '..' I :,iii,;.:. II' t ...
there too. BHS recovered two such loose balls at near the Tornado goal. !. ,f> ". ; \ .
Friday to produce a ,; .2/; ; : .f'f."f.

7-0 homecoming win .'. ..
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over previously unbeaten ,,,r' ..' r.' '

Palatka South. .A1. .;r"( :' \ .. 2 ;
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Hudson Has ; .. 4
That gutty Big Red defense .: ', ..:..... ._ 1. .I 'r 2
stopped the Braves at the 2-1/2 .
and six yard lines and the one '

foot line In three goal lines I.

stands. Hard tackling forced ....
the Braves to fumble twice ..pnwIT .............-.- ,.
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but the Tornado defense aim _
Big Night; ply refused to allow the Pa- .: .. ... :
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latka team across the goal ,., ; .

the third time, stopping them .' : :, .
at the one-foot mark after the : .

Braves had a first down at t. .. .

Roll the Starke three yard line. ..
Tigers "We haven't played like that <

since our championship teams
1965-66.," Coach David Hurse

said The veteran ana: mentor

was carried by Ms players rl 1 J /
I the field after the win T y t N
I across .Agw
II I Sparked by the continued heroics rad Hundley and Charles Hall, City. The Tigers have beaten the coache's arms pumping toward -

. of Hudson Lake. ,tackles Stouter Howard. and Hawthorne, .Chlefland. New- to sky, fists clenched, Charles Wright, caught everything thrown to him Friday and outran Palatka'. Bill
Payne the
Into endzone eight .
, Butler's Tlgerjputa23J6beat- Johnny McFadden center RIchard berry,"J.Br White of Jacksonville signaling the Florida Star Conference night, including this catch for Bradford's lone touchdown yards

''! Ing on Newberry In a home Cason, tight end David and West Nassau They victory. against Palatka. The Tornado tight end turned the corner away _
contest last Thursday night. Camobell. and fullhaettn ,Angelo are a contender for the Su- It was a victory few expected -
Williams and Benny Boy- wannee Conference crown and to see the Tornadoes get., with 5:01: left In the game.It down to his 47, twisting 21 yard line. most considered the Impossible -
Hudson scored three touchdowns kin, Coach Thomas says.STATISTICS District 4 grid honors along after playing mediocre ball In was early In the game yards through all kinds of red That fumble came on the first holding big Palatka witha
and rushed for a tremendous with P.K. Yonge. losses by Live Oak and Bollesin probably few of the already !jerseys, getting loose by squirting play of the fourth period and first down at the BITS 3.
271 yards In 30 car- The Tigers travel to Inter- their two previous outings. amazed fans thought seven through three BITS play- the Tornadoes stayed In deep With 5.21: left In the game

ries. The Tiger work horse lachen this Friday. But coaches agreed the effort points would be enough to beat ers closing In on him. BHS stilt wasn't out of the
now has over 1,000 yards In L.B. N. was superior to the previousone undefeated Palatka South. Moving to the BITS 34 yard STATISTICS woods. Hut quarterback Eddie

rushing this mason with four First Downs 13 5 when the Tornadoes playeda The Braves running game was line Palatka looked strong with Hazen played it cool and simply -

games to go. Y dl. Rushing 305 154 Runners3rd tough St. Augustine team to tough and QB Kenny Crews the big line, averaging 190 BUS P. So. kept the ball himself and

Hudson led the Tigers in rushIng Yds. Passing 132 84 a 0-0 tie. lost no time In throwing Its pounds per man, getting the First Downs 10 11 going up the middle. On one
last a junior when PC-PA-PI 6-13-8 ---- The standing room only crowd fury directly at the Tornadoes. Brave runners three yards on Yds Rushing 25 207 play he went four yards on
year II 800 but Punts 4400 In stood around after the game, Palatka' patented sweeps, every charge. The stunting, Yds Passing129 0 the sneak and In three downs
he gained over yards,
this Fumbles lost 1 0Yd. savoring the victory.Quarterback dives, and off tackle slants got slanting Tornado line, smaller Passes Comp I3-Z1-U 1-5-0 moved the ball to the BIIS>
he has Improved season
the Lake Butler line has .. Penalized 70 84 Hazen directedthe yardage. Arthur Merritt was but quicker, gave up big yard- Fumbles Lost 1 5 six yard line. Flynn, again
plus "lots of block- winning TD drive the first the Braves' workhorse, carry- age on some plays, but often Yds Pen'l 40 40 punting from the BUS end zone,
him good
given Ine." according to Backfield Score by quarters: -Way time he got his hands on the ing 26 times for 102 yards, broke through to nail the Brave Punting Avg. 7-31 5-34 kicked out 31 yards and the,
I Coach Thomas. Lake Butler 6 0 8 9 23 ball, after the Tornadoes had almost half of Palatka's 207 ball carrier for short yardage ball went out of bounds at the
Jimmy Newberry 6 0 006 kicked off and stopped hard vards rushing. Score by Quarters: BUS 38.

I Credit for tome of Hudson's Lake Butler 1) Hudson 39 Go Here running Palatka at the BHS Palatka's Merritt and Dan As the game wore on the" Palatka's Brlnson got loose a-

yardage goes I to guards Con- yd pass from Green; EP-klck 44. Phil Alvers punted to the Brlnson moved the ball, with Tornado defense became more BUS 7000 7 gain for II yards on a power
I failed; :20) Hudson, 6 yd. run; BUS 15 where BUS Wayne Tea. Merritt the workhorse. Merritt confident The Braves' running P. So. 0000-0 sweep around his left end. The

EP Mack, pass from Green; Competition was rough Sat- tone caught the ball and was for Instance, returned Bradlord' game hit hard but the superior Braves had a first down then
I 3)) Hudson, 79-yd. run; EP- urday for Bradford High's cross nailed In his tracks. kickoff after the touch- conditioning of the Tornado Touchdowns: at the BUS' 23 but Merritt was

! JVTeamHosts Howard kick; 4)) Cason, safety. country team which fought to Then the clockwork drive be- players paid dividends, as us- BHS- J 1) Wright, 12 yard pass sent around the BUS left sideon
Newberry J 1)) Brown, 61-yd. a third place finish In a 4- gan. When It ended In the Pa- -- ., ,,, ual. All but two of the Tornado from Hazen. EPKick by Mel- the sweep and linebacker

run; EPkick failed. way meet with tough Orange latka endzone Hazen had hit players were going both ways. vln. Vernon Barber caught him behind -

I! LOTonight Park, Palatka, and Lake Butler on six straight passes for 79 Only two of the Palatka play- trouble for the next seven min the line with a hard tac-
yards, four of them caught by ers played both offense and kle. The pigskin came loose

The 170 pound senior, how- With five of the seven mem- senior tightend Charles Wright, defense. utes.From the BUS five, fullback and BUS tackle Bobby Dyal
ever, is described by Coach bers of the 1970 state championship Including the final 12 yarder One of Palatka's five fum- Brad Carter three hard fell on the rolling ball.
Thomas with for the touchdown with 5:01: : bles stopped them at the Tor- got With
as a runner good team back this season earned just over two minutes
speed and good moves Orange Park finished first left In the first period. nado 34 as first period drewto Brave defense yards through and QB a Hazen tough left In the game BUS took over.
with 30 points. Palatka South, Working with preclsioned i a close. BETS couldn't move On first down Malachi Henry
Bradford's Baby Tornadoesface "He Is also a real hard nosed running without its top performer toughness, the Tornadoes offense the ball and Gray Flynn punt- end completed Charles a swinxout Wright for pass six to took a pitchout 23 yards a-

Live Oak here tonight as runner," Thomas says Ricky Golden who was gave Hazen the few sec ed to Palatka. round his right end to the Pa
But first
Coach Roland Henderson looks Newberry drew first bloodIn ill, was second with 39 points. onds the quarterback needed to Merritt took the ball at his yards. a was latka 43. BUS had breathing

. for Ms first win in three startsat the Tigers fifth victory BHS was back In third place throw the quick, short look- 35 and raced all the way Into still a to long the yard BUS away.45 Flynn 31 room the, but then Henry's
I his new post as head coach Thursday on a 61-yard run by with 57 points and Lake Butler in passes to his tight end and the Tornado endzone for whatat punted but a next run around left end for
boot the Mer-
yard slippery
of the junior varsity team. Sam Brown on the game's first trailed with 101 points. wide receiver. The big Palatka first looked like a touch- ritt returned to the BHS. :32 11 yards was canceled by a
Coach Henderson Is looking\ play. Lake Butler evened the line, outweighing the BUS fore- down. But a nag was down Dan holding penalty. That played
for an upset tonight as the Tor- count later in the first period First two places went to Kll- wall 20 to 30 pounds per man, back at the BUS 40 and Pa- Brlnson On the next two the plays BUS BUS back to Its 47 yard line
nadoes, 1.4, are a decided underdog when quarterback Dale Green Christ In 13:41: and Grice In couldn't be held out too long, latka was penalized 15 yards ran left with a first down.
to the Bulldogs, 2-b collaborated with Hudson on a 13:52: both of Orange Park. and Hazen had to be quick. r. for clipping, giving the Tor- end for 10 yards and then went Still on the pitchout around
the middle 16
i whose only defeat came at the 39-yard pass play. Palatka' Donegal was thirdIn He first hit wldeout Wayne nadoes a reprieve. up Palatka for yards the ends Henry picked up nine
for first down
a at
1 Lake City 120. 14:12.: Testone 10 yards deep on the Neither team could put together
hands of Lake Butler took the lead the BHS six yard line. But yards as the BUS running game
"If everybody gives me the Richard Fill was Bradford'stop right side. Then he went to the more than one or two
in the third period for good
effort they have given In the on Hudson's six yard TD run finisher, taking fourth placein left fiat to swing man Malachi first downs In the second perIod then Merritt was tackled by clicked for the, first time all
past two ball games, I think Ronnie Mack 14:08: Henry, who ran for a 13 yard before something stoppedthe Bradford's Vernon Barber and
Green threw to night. Just when lilts needed
the BUS linebacker knocked him
gain, the second straight two offenses.
that we have a very good for a two point conversion. Other Bradford to move the ball to keep It
places in the first down in two plays. It was the last of the third loose from the football and
chance of beating them. says In the fourth period, Hudson from Palatka.
28 man field 8) DonnIe away
were: Henry got two yards runninghis period before Palatka put together came up with It,
Henderson."We scampered to paYdirt on Burch 14:37: (13) Mark Hodges right end on the pitchout. a 56 yard drive, goingall From the five, BIIS fullback With 1:50: left Henry went
had a real good offensive a 79-yard jaunt. Stauten Howard 14:56 15) Paul Parsons 15:07 cold eight yards around left end,
Then Hazen hit Wright for the the way on the ground, Brad Carter was stopped
game against Buchholz last kicked the extra point. 17) Jimmy Cauley 15:20: 195) 3 4 tough Palatka defense then got three yards up the
week and defensive first time on the left side for getting or 5 yards at by a
a game Larry Paterson 15:29 and another first the time. Merritt had a chagrined being stopped twice middle, then went nine yards
the week before against Palat- Uuring the game's final moments : and 22)) eight yards run
again around left That
Carl Hunslnger Palatka of nine by fumbles just as it lookedas end.
Richard Cason tackleda 15:55.: down at the 46. On yards and Brinson got
ka."We about due to it Newberry ballcarrier In his The BHS distance runnersare the next play Wright made a 7 loose for 12 yards, the long the favored Braves might left BHS Jjst Inches shy of a
are put own end zone. now 10-7 for the season leaping catch on the right side est gains through a stubborn reach paydlrt. On second down first down at the I'alatka 32,
all together. with the and twist- Tornado defense. Bradford's Henry fumbled In but QB Hazen sneaked for the
big about 15 deep
conference district yards
Bradford will Inb the Lake Butler Is now 5-1 on the -
! go game and state meets on tap. ed for yardage and a 22-yard On the Braves' first threat the hard hitting game and Palatka' to keep the ball away
without the services of first- season, having lost to Cross from Palatka.With .
string tackle Ken Fuqua who This Saturday, Oct 30, BUS gain.t'nbelieveably. they had a first down at the Steve Carter fell on

! will host on the middle school BHS had a first BHS nine yard line. Merrittwas the loose football. less than half a min-
a pulled groin and course a two man 10-mile down at the Palatka 23. From BUS ute In the Hazen .
muscle Monday. relay stopped cold over With a first down at the Tor- game, ,JI. 1
I tight Henderson said that the Bulldogs w. race for national postal there Wright, on first down, right tackle on first down with nadoe three yard line, Palat took the snap and sank to the
competition sponsored by the caught a shallow pass In the Tornado Bobby Dyal) getting up ka's hard running Merritt drove turf twice more to end the
use same basic mul-
U.S. Track and Field Federa- left flat and ran for a nine from the bottom of the pile. to the one-foot line, getting game.
tibia defense the
M Tornadoesand
tion and the magazine, "Track yard gain to the Brave 14. Merritt hit
have w On second down just over a yard each time.
a very good passing and Field News." Teams Fullback Brad Carter hit up I
attack. There per- the left side of the Tornadoline The Tornado defense at the
running\ game is, ticipating here will be Palatka the middle for the first down, for five yards before goal proved to be tough
however believed below up
par South, Orange Park, Live Oak but the tough Palatka line held Charles Wright and Wayne the middle.On .
as compared bother Bradford .katpinkdrlllte4ins- Cia Y High, p.I<. Yonge' Lake The ball Just Inches shy ofa d Testone drug the hard running third down QB Crews again -
opponents. Butler, and BHS. first at the 12 yard line,
turf. On third down sent Merritt
Bradford the back to the up the middle
on other hand
will stick to tile running game 'I CENTURYamore" The Florida Star Conferencecross QB Hazen sneaked for the need- N 'x quarterback Kenny Crews again from the one-foot line, but the

aid Henderson, and will only crountry championshipsare ed yardage. I sent Merritt at the left ball didn't move an.Inch.
first down
i set at 10 Then on Wright side of the BUS line which On fourth down Brlnson was
go for t the snort 118..... Nature a.m. Saturday, about
went seven yards deepon less than two yards this sent at the Tornado
"We will stick to the basic b Nov. 6. gave right end,
to the
T formation and use a few pro On Saturday, Nov. 13. BHS an Kazan's out pattern toss turned right, tune. but safetyman Gray Flynn filled
sets on offense tndMur defense will host the District qualifyingchampionships. took the On fourth there was a pile the hole quickly with Charles

will be the same multiple de- Wl6te 4 The first five corner raced on Into a Brave the end defenderand 2 up In the line as Merritt triedto Wright taking out the blocker

tense which served us so well M ilY Individuals to finish the 2 1/2 zone score, but the ball came and Merritt was stopped again

gainst Pmlatta." Help pr.._t fared fired save mile course and the top two with a touchdown against Palatial loose and Bradford safetyman with no gain. It proved to be
Came dm*l. T pjn. odr ,oral raooreal l teams will qualify for the state Gary Melvin kicked the Sandl Morgan adds fine form Bernard Brown came up witha the big series of the game with
meet set Nov. 20 in Tltusvllle. extra point and BHS led 7-0 1 to the BHS band's halftime show. big save at the BHS five the Tornado defense doing what




You Spell That Kind Of Defense P R. I.:D '

defensive back
? We wont Carter tackles Bobby Dyal and The offensive line was also was turning In a tremendousperformance.

"We got 1U! Farelon McClellan guards Joey credited with great improve- after ,
"Thaf good 'I* that all Branson and Carl Luther, ment in pass blocking. And end ball quicker thsanheeverhas

you've got to say? Dad we'll The linebackers were monster Charles Wright caught everything the and played off Mockers several -
have to have a little talk whenI man Barber who Is supposed thrown to him. Coach to make the tackle.
get homel" Those were a to go to the ball at the Jerry Reese point out.. tackles and three
had seven
Tornado player'* excited words goal line, and did, plus Wayne There were som. mental He third ) e ntehC
shouted Into a field house telephone .stone and Gray Flynn. The breakdowns In the blocking after assists Barber was glvenothe best hit

after the 7-0 upset win safeties were Bernard Brown that touchdown drive In for racking up the Pa-
over undofeated Palatka South. and Malachi Henry. the first period Reese says. award and causing
here Friday night. e 1l.. "Our !quickness paid off" But the line Improved over it'sFare latka to ball fumble twice near the
Surprise, Coach David Hurse Nurse points outs.Tornado linemen previous performances. him The linebacker also
admits, has made the victory were getting penetration Ion McClellan was named best goal'lne.
between Palatka offensive lineman of the week
even more satisfying. linemen before
y led In tackling with 13 and eight
the Palatka for Ms hustle and block-
players could pass
"It'll sure teach these boysa move, assists. It was by far Bar-
lesson. About not giving says.McClellan Ing.Guard David Newham. startIng ber's best game of his career.
up no matter what the odds, 4 and Dyal were singled Coach Nurse says.Best .
Just his second game,
out by Hurse for their
never quitting all that tuft, receiver award went to
credited with an outstanding
Hurse said In looking back at stellar defensive play. Dyal Charles Wright who caught six
played die best defensive ball Job considering his Inexper-
the game this week. passes for 64 yards. His cat-
"I think :you can say the game of his career Hurse said. ience. did ches Included the touchdownpass
The Tornadoes never run
fans got their money's worth.It Coach Sexton said the weakest the tackleson and three others on the
the ball between
part of Dyal's defensive
was as exciting a football 85 yard drive.
has been on the goal line work, Palatka, only trying: that
as played hereIn "I'm pleased
game very, very witty
six times all nlgbt.Quarterback .
but Sexton said he did .
long time." an outstanding the "Coach
Eddie Hazenwas every boy on squad,
Everybody In the stadium"Fri Job against Palatka. named back of the week Hurse laid "I'm also proud of
looked with .. "It was the best defensive
day on amazementas the coaching staff for gettingthe
Job I've witnessed on this field. for his passing performance "
the Tornadoes marched 85 team ready to play.
his top to date by far.
It game
yards to score -on the arm This is the crucial third down where BUS stopped Palatka's Vernon Barber 73, moved In tor the tackle. was tremendous, Sexton Hazen will Improve every "It is most difficult to single

of tight end Charles Wright.On Arthur Merritt up the middle after the ball was resting said. experience Coach out this game.I .
that drive, the offense almost on the goal line. BHS linemen got penetration between Linemen on the ground after doing their part of the Job "You spell that"kind of defense Hurse points out.Cornerback felt like everybody that played

worked with a precisloned Palatka linemen before the Palatka linemen moved, Include tackles Bobby Dyal and Farelon McClellan guards added. P-R-MXC, the coach Bernard Brown gave 110 percent." ,

smoothness. then the Tornado secondary of Wayne Testone 26, and Joey Branson and Carl Luther.

Nobody thought the early

touchdown would be enough, but was a goal line play the "or.I.ts to be named Bradford's rove,. Bu AU FM SwhchAi &

It loomed bigger and biggeras nadoes had practiced for weeks defensive lineman of the week. ., ,; n' ClAm ,HI. tmwtIWf? "; Clock Dol 5t .p sw7kh E Eagle I V
the game wore on. In practice Hurse pointed out. Barber did a tremendous Job '<>
As the third period ended On the second gaol line stand, at the goal line, Hurse says an II AM/FM/ Digital I Radios

with Palatka on the march at coaches brought Gray Flynn, adding: Havolme ,it IT $':( ..WolnurGram.dHphImpactHD ,

the BUS two yard line, Tornado a linebacker on the goal line "Hell, all of them cUd" 30 < s i& "' ', I 1 Plastic, Cabinet
fans gave their defensea defense up into the line but Barber made two tackles on HA .'"'" : v Wake To Muue, /Sl.p to MUSIC
standing ovation as the play- he filled the wrong gap. But Palatka' Arthur Merritt, the I i Motor Oil / Wake to Alarm
era walked from one end of Palatka ran right at Flynn and night's leading runner with 102 YOTOA Iq 'Quort "1 rlttt Cruital" tit I Knob 50..2.01 .
the field to the other. There Flynn came up to stop the ball yards, to Jar the ball loose r ',UHl Sit / f TJnn
remained eight minutes of football carrier. The second play was Hurse credits the BHS line- shone "Nun' ...r .u..... 1,,,, Film Typo Digital, Mov.m.nl| Velum I .
to be played and BUS at a sweep over end Brad Carter backer with causing the two a* tt 'lubricot. ,0 rymeyew.T( ... n'a ace. Witt. Lo,8. Num..1.Prot.ctt Cannel_

last had its back to the wall. and Flynn and Malachi Henry Palatka fumbles at the goal 50..30"- Sea
U -'".,' Mod.1 FDC.I06 t. .
came up again to make the line. .
On the next play things really tackle. BHS linemen up front In those ,
got wild when Palatka fumbled. Vernon Barber had 13 InUtree goal' line stands were .'". '/', I ( ;
Game films show that a Tornado dlvldual tackles and eight as.nd. Charles Wright and Brad .trayneane a r c31
player named Vernon Barberhad d

something to do with that.
Palatka fumbled again on the 3Pc. Aluminum Schick UtilitySauce

BHS six yard line. In a third Pan Sets Hot Lather Stools
challenge Braves had four tries 1
srom the Tornado three yard / a Boys' r / ld/tac Machine Will can.trvcl.d .
Shirts !1 JJLi\\\\ w'
line.Big em Piping hot /lath* smooth
Red players proved Friday .' Hand,om. ew"r .r In t.condk. + Alpm.hoidwood pin.;' .
'" 1 / top
know how to dig I plaidt, in w R.l li i Mi avail I < b l a..
fightoin J molt popular
oblo In ,
docron and regular
in and the tradition of
Ital. Roll.dboadod q m.ntholond I
the Bradford High teams of r 6 Short canon.lUavo ,dgo. l.mon lim., \

the past, coaches say. Players : Snot, 47 I handl.i far. 3.00 \ faw177.fev.217 .
In the with grip .
stayed game ; /
r ,
cramps In th.lrleg.., refusIng .. .. ". "' ..
to come out. They massaged M

the their field between cramps themselveson plays then }l# ... .: i"' ... .... ..

got up to go again. =F aglr
Windsor E I IMen's

"That's what excites a- .-
you Christmas Cards > Detergent.
bout this effort. They were v ,,
w r rr .
hurting but they stuck It out Eagle Briefsor Men's BOX OF SO g Phqiphoto Free

and didn't give In," a still excited Shirts Crew Socks Lerq.r.l..tl p BLachB"a.
: Coach Mike Sexton said to ehoonom/ ft Bnghtenorsf}
y Ta Cuvmonfoot 1 \ Buy now & Sovo1
Monday after watching filmsof tr & ihauld.n. I IIt in 1 u 1016. Bo..
the game once again./ "Sexton *" .tj ....i... stretchCotton. .,
had charge of the Tornado p bands. R..n. : .
defense and Is credited with leg band. Whit &'' p w'" "
H. talors.
Coach Hurse with getting his J r S/M t Suet, '

players ready both physically '4"rw' : 10/13

and. "Those mentally goal' line stands were Nat'lly Sold, Eagle Il 3 3-Pc.

.l Just pride and determination" Bernard Brown and Wayne Testone go for football knocked gSO" 1.00 Pr. Kb % r Penlite Garden

Sexton says."They did.a helluva Job._ Every' loose by hard hitting Vernon Barber at the BHS five yard .".:..- If p.I.c'Men's Batteries Tool Sets

line, burn recovered It to end Palatka's first challenge
boy played his position Just like Factory teal t All iltal troni-
It ought to be played. We Justt drive. Insures freihnets' > piston, trow.l, ,
and cultivator
> perfect execution" ;.
fJ Eatgard.nmg.Low.tt
limit 6
Sexton, Hurse points out, Dress Shirts % A Pnco EvorL
called every defense from the Cho.. from o wd., selection "'far. 3O% Soy 33%
sideline and had players t In of foil a,"p". Full cu.,long '
',- .1..vos 4 long pointed, collar ''d '
the right position every UIn.r RECREATION NEWSKFC 5...s U to 17. o:. r
BnS also had worked on ;..
line defense and on scoring at y: '

the goal line every day for the
past weeks. Hurse said It Is AND FIRST game Andrews Drugs 12-6. .
a part of the game he has Ig-' BATTLING FOR It took KFC 20 minutes to Eagle 22"

noged In past seasons but that IN SMALL FRY on the board, but they took lawn Mowers
he made his mind up this yearto 0-0 lead on Eddie Dyal's '"f3 r,.
Ignore It no longer. Results Monday, Oct. 18Flrst yard run.Andrews. v w. 2205 Mod.l
The touchdown play on which Federal 14 Drugs then put the Men's Jackets '%J 11111 ff"jj7 bw i
Charles Wright scored Friday 7
First Federal In play at mid field, which ocron o* cotton* I "7.4RN'.6' B o5J8 a..4

hold on second place and is the plays 30 yard Leonard line and Johnson In only eoihonied.As-colors.its I Ieart.d 5 5-Pc. Linen on Vinyl Luggage Low.ti,
to only one game out S to XL. Non-icuff, solorfut/ floral Pne. .v.rl l r
reeled off 30 yards for the + pooh.Say.
Lawtey Man place as they pinned le7 Zipper closure, with key to lock.Cor.pl. 3', H.P Briggi
loss of the season on tying touchdown. 1 I "" Inch!. Was-MT Strattanmorar. Sow 1O.99Ouantiti.i
When the first half ended j2 ... 5.
In Small
Named To Andrews had battled KFC to I j Liinit.d1

First Federal 6-6 tie.
In the second half KFC put p serif' Sav.10A0 on S.r
ball first at midfield
and \
Prison PostPhilip 40 :yard drive, climaxed by '
marched the
ptly to
Duane Searle's five yard run
with Thomas
Barry to win the 120. .
touchdown from eight Ladies' Coats
and a 6-0 lead. Thomas ,
C. Shuford former end for the conversion FIRST FEDERAL 19 H.r. or* flftot looks /for littlo I
has COMMUNITY BANK 6 i mon.vl) Smartly' try led in wd., c
Lawtey resident, been 7-0 lead.
appointed Community Bank the league'slast wolo corduroy m Rd, Brown ,

Glades superintendent Correctional Institutional of the- Late In the first place team, gave First a :::bId br.&att.d.ela....:,nr Orei. or 18 1: Men's leather "Kicker" Boots

at Belle Glade by Louie Federal Initiated Federal the league's second Natural bucks km' leather with

L. Wainwright director of the on the. undefeated place team fits before Barry brown.01...trim Sitos, on 67 tan.' R.ppte 12. crip
Florida Division of Correc Fried Chicken team Thomas broke loose on several Nat'lly. Sold 9.88
tions. was once again Barry long touchdown: runs to
The appointment Is effective getting the six keep First Federal within reach
Nov. I. Strickland made the first place.

Shuford Is the son of Mrs. sion and First Federal First Federal defeated the .
Mary Shuford of Lawtey and 14-0 lead at halt time. bank team 19-6 with the game ,

the brother of County Commission being much closer than the Barfus Cardigans I I10O"
Chairman Dave Shu First Federal was Indicates. At the halftime e
; knit locopletely I r
sustain offensive Acrylic
ford of Lawtey. any 97'a the score was knotted at ", i nylon In., ...
For the past six years Shu the second halt and 6-all. First Federal had taken Matching arlbwran', t
ford has been administratorof did manage an Eddie Dyal a 6-0 lead on Barry Tho Wh.n ond postvl'.,colorsSitos .. Men $ Stars & Stripes Casuals e t

the Division's Industrial pro- down with Duane Searle .. run of yards before Ed 34 from ":. "":"I. Th. All Am.ricon iho. wirh, R.d ft Wh,.. S q
Tram. His responsibilities Included a conversion: to trail by Jackson tied It with a 35 'to anp.e, and blu. tadd''. with whit itari.t. D 1
r./ .... 6'', .
overall planning coordination !-' First Federal fought off yard run. $ u. J b bqo1
and administration of the ional threats and won In the second half Barry Tho ,1

total correctional Industries 14-7, added two touchdowns; on

program both all Institutions,including '. of 35 and 20 yards, the o ii \ :AiIiListerine 7 el
manufacturing and ANDREWS 12COMMUNITY last one coming: Just before diet

agricultural operations.Born BANK 0 game ended for a final score of,
In Saxe, Virginia Shu Andrews Drugs won : 19-8
ford was raised in Lawtey and ond game of the season by l

attended Bradford County ing Community Bank 12.0.Neither STANDINGSKFC 5-1, First
schools He earned BS and team could
Federal 4-2, Andrews 2-4,
MA degrees In agriculture at enough offense In the Comm. Bank 115.SCHEDULE Mouth Wash Vitalis Hair Tonic ; Dry Ban Spray Deodorant

the Unlversitytof Florida. to get Into the end 20 n. ,, 4 01. 4
After college Shuford was a drews drove to the Bank Monday Nov. 1- SlUt: Andrews ?M w I ',. oz.

vocational: agriculture: teacher one, foot line but vs. KFC; 5 pun., First Limit 2 '' Ytalisl Limit 2 limit 1r
In Putnam County for six wt It In. in the Federal vs. Comm. Bank. Ti Jr ban 'e ,;

years, assistant county; agentIn Leonard Johnson broke Wednesday Nov 3-3:45,First .. .
St. Johns County for -:.. "- ban-
year on a 33-yard run tdp Federal v.. Andrew.; 5 jun. _
and superintendent of public to brother H.L. for the Comm. Bank v., KFC. ..... 78Cuwfsr
Instruction in Glades, County ning 12 paints
filling an unexplred term of
(ovft m) t HSJKI MOWING MM/IY/ oiscowwr t
-one :year. Result Wed, Oct. 20- UNDEFEATED IN STOUSIH HOKIDA q t m souiHtMitH I sum I Ir
He was general.manager of KFC 12 MEN'S: FLAG LEAGUE
Yoder Farms and..Ciades Dairy : ANDREWS 6 Badcock: Furniture leads the C

In Moore Haven for eight.' Kentucky Fried Men's Flag Football League

years. ser of only one game through five games with a per- er
Shuford U 44 and 'Navy7=
son and fighting to record of 5-0.
veteran. He Is married'and hold on tint place,
the father of two children. to battle today before ($8. Page 1.1)) SATISFACTION GUARANTIED OR YOUR MONEY SACK

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CARNIVAL:: OCT. 30 SIAgTlfU WIA ;iVI Co6KWAIWITHT The Halloween Carnival will It't. A CONVINIINT ON '" "" '.' ' '."
be held at'the school on Sat COONAIIIITY, ,/ i sI
urday evening Oct. 3. Fish !* -MATfciiv'i.yeAMtt'
Supper will be'served at 5:30: tlNI>HIM tM| NIN> lfM IN COOMWAIt )UM$ tMOWM ASOVI. .' A
P.m. Price for adults$1.25 and !MI* *9"* TO AT ''WITH, *H' ONiTriAy.iNe..COUPON'Hiowi. '
children 1 1.;: ''Some of the attractions ---
will be a hot dog and coffee I WEAR-EVER COOKWARE ----I III --- '
booth, also fish pond coun- ,--

try ,store and' games pastry candled cake walk apples .- II SEVENTH WEEK | I II

rides, and costume parade, We hli COUPON WORTH 150| j'-
are hoping for a large atten- I I II

dance. Be sure and come. 3 Qt, Covered Sauce Pan I II "

CHURCH ACTIVITIES I I R ..Ai Without Coupon $5.93 I 1 I L.
Grace United Methodist-- This week
day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship I with coupon $449 I *I i 1C'' i|

MYF services 7 pjw.II a.m.Wednesday and 8 Choir p.m., T .t GNS"INft.T'0 --- L!? 0.L 78 iMgU NOV 7 __J_ HLUC I >W

practice 7.p.m. Prayer meet- F
1na 8 p.m. eFFF PEOP aW 1-\

Church of God: Sunday School '" ,/4". '"
10 a.m., Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Family 1/" PRICES GOOD THURS. OCT. 28 THRU WED. NOV. 3
Night Wednesday 7:30: p.m. ,/ I
Highland Baptist: Sunday $ ,,,
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship services IyfO.S. ECO NOc
11 mm. and 7:30 "

., followed. by choir practice v}
Picnics LB.49c
.e. I Rump Roast. . I LB. $139]
Mrs. T.L.Wafnwrlkht vial-
ted her sister Mrs. Maude u.s.CHOice LAMB U.S CHOICE W D BRAND BEEF BONELESS ROIL

Rowe Tuesday, In and Macclenny visited Sunday Mr. and to Leg 0' Lamb LB.99c Chuck Roast LB.99c
Mr. Frank Wainwright and I ,
family In Jacksonville Fridayand
Saturday of last week.

Shoulder Roast LB.69c Canned Ham 3 $299
Mr. and Mrs. H.E.: Priest
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
P.H. Day In Cedar Key.
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns- I

wick, Ga. spent the weekend W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICI ROUNDSTEAK
with Mrs.Elizabeth Terry.Mr. /f '
and Mrs. Ralph Futch of Balck I GRAND PURE
Mountain, N.C. were Saturday
night supper guests. Miss Mat- GR
tie Gresham of Starke spent BEEF

Monday with Miss Terry and .
hey visited Mrs. Mary Locke
during the morning.
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Moore BONELESS 1
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Chuck Moore In Lake 08I 44
City; on Sunday. $
Greg Dyal of Keesler Air- $
force Base Miss spent this
weekend leave with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and '
Vera. /

Mrs. Battle Darley.Miss Sin- w15 r I'I I .. .
na Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. H. I N..I. .N
W. Bennett Nancy and Joey 5
and Mrs. Troy Bennett were LB. ,..s.DEL .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Darley and children on

Bonnie Mrs. Lee Padgett Harris.of and Maxvllle Mrs. Green Beans 5 ,60, $ 00IJJ

spent Friday with Mr. and SAve 6c. DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY CANS
Mrs. J.H. Eunice. Mrs. Eunicewas 1
visiting/ Mr. and Mrs.Ron- Preserves IJAR 49c KLEENEX
nie Mosley In Clay Hill on CT.
Facial $100Peanut
Tissue 5
Sunday. _.h SAVf.I0c. DEEP.. SOUTH; a. w ;Y. -:. PKGS
Mr. and MrsCasey Dobbs
and son T.rry.'A\Od their daughter. ButterCRACKIN' 'LIAR'J; DUNCAN HINES LAVE
Mrs. Hoyet Shnms and -
baby of Jacksonville spent GOOD Cake Mixes 2 79
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. :&r: / 1

D. Dobbs. Saltines 1lB 24

end Columbia guests of S.C.Mrs.were Flossie week- CRACKIN' GOOD Stokely Corn 5 .170. $' 00Dixie ;

Rosier. 1.1x. CANS I
Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Kelly Pies 3 PKGS: $100 /
Mrs. T.L. Wainwright, Miss /
Enza Blanchard Mrs. Ernest e
Liquid 2201 46c
Wells, Rev. Don Denton Todd KEEP AMERICA CLEAN WITHCLOROX Detergent BOTTLEQuantity
and Tracy, Nancy Arwood. Richard -
Muse and Donna Green
attended the Daniels RevivalIn
Lake CitySunday; ; evening. Rights
Lawtey Homemakers Club Limit 2 with $750 or more purchase a
met.at the home of Mrs.Joseph excluding cigarettes a ReservedWINN
Cross on Thursday of lastweek. DIXIE STORES. 7NC.:
Mrs.J.H. Faulkner. Secretary COPYRIGHT I
presided In the absence of the
president and vice-president. I IGALLON
Mrs. T.L. Wainwright gave the 19 U S. No 1 REGULAR VENTVUPotatoes
devotional. Following the business HALF iiH
meeting Mrs. O.J. Boyett : 1 TOTO 48c
gave Instructions: In drapery .> Les
making and then they workedon
some bead necklaces. After FRESH FLORIDA WHITE OAYellow
tills the hostess served brunch =
Corn EARS69c
and they enjoyed visiting along .
with the good food. n.or
Present were Mrs. T.L. I 1 MRS SMITH s ASSORTED
WaInwright, Mrs.Mrs.O.J. Boyett H.C. ,Wainwright Mrs.- III I Fruit Pies 2 260' $ /00
J.H. Faulkner Mrs. Harry P. 9 1 PIE S

Faulkner Mrs. R.E. Lee Mrs. .
Arthur Cesklns Mrs.Max New- ow. SUPEAB ANDFudgesicles

port, Mrs. M.C. Kelley and Ifr. c 12 69
Mrs. George Kelly. The next PACK
meeting will be at the homeof

/ Potatoes 4 :a lB X1004
e .

ry '. / y a& Quart of 9- WATS TO SAVE

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Raiford Grew From Naval Stores OperationThe I .*', i

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l. r
Town of Raiford took of the century when Hunter Sapp home of the southeast lary building that the first post tt, III
another significant step In 1U Warren Raiford a native of side of town. While staying office was opened, and named ae a;' p
history when It voted last August Hawklnsvllle Ga. built large there, he went to Lake Park, Batford. T'.1' -
to incorporate and again turpentine still at the present Ga., and In 1898 married Miss In the early 19QO's, Henry
on October 19 to elect the flrat location of the town. Kathleen (
Perry now residing Jones and family came to Pal- _____
late of officers under the new According to a history of In Tampa) and brought hereto ford and Joe Jones brotherof -
charter. Raiford prepared by Mrs. E. Raiford as a bride. Clifford Jones, worked In \" I Iyw
The town U now around 75 W. Tompkins! Mr. Raiford As was the case with most the post office. _
years old, having been launched ,boarded with the late Dora Tyson turpentine still operations, Mr. The first railroad was built : :
several ;years before the turn at her home near the Rosa Raiford also had a com mis- for the Cummer Lumber Co., : J

;. and It later became the Jacksonville ,
.' & Southwestern which ?-t ,. i .- ___________ -7T+ \
;; ran to Newberry and In 1901
EDITORIALWas was taken over by the Atlantic : : % 1r
Coast Line. .
By this time the town was _
starting/ to grow. David B.
Browning/ Sr., had a home on
the corner by the wooden school ,, :.
This ? :i iw
Trip Necessary house next to where the Don ; .
Alvarez family now live. His -
daughter Effle Browning
The audience of some 1,000 listeners Muskle who patiently waited to resume Crews, remembers the first _

sitting In rapt attention as Senator his interrupted speech. passenger train coming/ through i
Edmund Muskle, considered to be the Raiford and how she sat on -----
her father's fence and watchedIt
front-runner for the Democratic nomination Blue Key officials and the University; by.There. I

for President, began his speechat administration apparently !knew the go Is no record of street I If{ hen' ll Itfgun

the University; of Florida Blue Key demonstration was brewing as nego- names In Raiford except the
banquet last Friday evening. tiations had been under way the day one running/ from Bill Brown- Pictured above Is the old tal Ingetting the first rail- I
Ing's place north of town, to turpentine still which was Ral- road through the town, and It
before In to make deal
an attempt a the, Ode Dobbs home. This Is ford's first Industry with owner carried his naval stores pro-
Only a few minutes into his speech with the militant feminists offeringto Central Avenue. During/ the Hunter W. Falford for whom ducts to market.

Senator Muskle paused, shaded his eyes trade them a few minutes time at years many homes have been the community was named The turpentine operation

against the glaring television lights, the microphone) In return for callingoff built on this street, several standing at left. flourished for about 50 years
and said goodnaturedly "I can't see the threatened demonstration. But of them built by the late John Although the Raiford area was but gradually went Into decline
McCormick. At this time there extensively farmed before Mr. when pine trees became more
what's going on at the end of the hall.
the offer was turned down. There-
were several sawmills In and Raiford began his naval stores useful for pulpwood than for
fore, It didn't take much foresightto around Raiford and these hous- bsulness he Is generally regarded fum. The Lee Brallier home
What was going on was another disgraceful !know what was coming.In es were built of long/ leaf yellow as the founder of the now occupies the site of the
affront to the American pine. Many are still In town. Ha was also Instrumen old still.

concept of fair play, good taste, and spite of this forewarning, there use 'today, and are Just as

the once-hallowed tradition of respect- were apparently only two police officers solid as the day they were

Ing the rights of others to have their built. Moss
at the gymnasium door and Raiford started to grow after Spanish Blight
say, uninterrupted by vulgar exhibitionism. they lamely explained that they were the railroad came. Dennis Andrews -

overpowered, or pushed aside by the living about three miles Caused By Fungus
demonstrators. Perhaps they were, northwest of town came to :

It was another "demonstration," of but we cannot help but wonder If the Raiford In 1900 and he and __ u._ ._ ,. .A" a ..... __
Jones built anda
Henry a store
courseone of many to which the demonstration could have been divertd cotton gin Just east of the

University of Florida campus has been If a sufficient number of police depot, and that was the centerof

subjected, sometimes seemingly unnecessarily had been placed on duty; to at least activity A short time later -

in recent years. This one have locked the doors when the Intruders ,.John and Jim Ritch Joined a ry rt
was staged In the name of "women'sliberation" approached. them In a partnership and later
sold out to the Rltch brothers t
by about 150 misguided

females, accompanied by afewmale C?) Tine the Brooks Hitch was Store bookkeeperfor and Dennis HUNTER W, RAIFORD

sympathizers, egged on by their pub- This of course Is against modern Andrews built another store

licity-seeking; national leader, Betty philosophy of letting everybody do his where Grlffls'Store now stands.It r----------------,
Friedan to crash the Blue Key banquetas was larger and part was used
or her thing, completely uninhibited
for the Citizens Bank of Rai Zf44j
uninvited guests and avoiding a confrontation at any ford. Thomas Handley was I County Agent News I

cost. But Isn't that same philosophy) president and Jim Byrd cash- I

As Senator Muskle apparently accustomed just what has brought us to the present ier.About By Bobby L. Taylor
as are most public, speakers sorry state of affairs when a U.S. this time Dennle Ad-
completing more projectsand
these days to such crude harrassment drews built another cotton gin As many folks know 4-11 fully
Senator cannot make an uninterrupted activities. We have boasted
the of the
where Carter home Is
now and Youth work one
politely yielded the microphone) wild- speech at a private banquet? stands. Raiford continued to most Important parts of our about having our first State

eyed, wet-behind-the-ears student grow and at its peak of prosperity Bradford County Extension 4-11 President .Walter Pre-
;. feminist by the name of Barbara Mend- "As one of the audience later re- had nine stores, includ- Program. We have had one of vatt, and also our first State
,. helm seized another microphone and marked "What would have happenedto ing a meat market run by Tur- our most successful years In Winners In 4-H .;.Achievement
Science Dem-
ner Rosier and a dressmaking numbers of 4-H members en- and Veterinary
launched into ten-minute
a harangue If had
-; you or me we appeared at onstrations.
'. and millinery shop opera- and members successes -
about Blue Key being a "sexist and the banquet door without a ticket to ted by Mrs. Edna Smith and rolled Some of our success began

elitist" organization because it has the get inside?" The answer Is obvious. her sister Maude II. Ward last year when the majorityof

audacity: ; to confine its membership to of Lake Cltv. ... our 4-H members were Involved -
members of the male sex., Yes. Mrs. Friedan Wand'Miss Mendbe1m'havty The town dish ThreStlrug' ...... -..=_- --__-..-,___ oJ"" '--' --- --, -- -- In a Chocolate Selling
"* stores and two barbershops! OIl -' 1,f HMltVySponiibi'moti in a live ook.!* ttW\\. tl-( -.*"\ fund-raising campaign. This
had their little moment In The Raiford 2. in live oak .activity,gave our 4-H membersand
also a newspaper Blfghtod Spanish most a tLrLa. *+
The audience which Included many the news media spotlight. but have Weekly Tribune with' a Mr.< 3. A clump of healthy Spanish mDi,. a leaders an opportunity to
of the State's outstanding business and I they advanced the cause of women's Lewis as editor. This office 4. A clump of naturally blighted Spanish mast work together on County-wide

political leaders, was obviously more I "liberation"? stood where the old Baptist project that had a unifying effect
embarrassed and annoyed by this Inexcusable pastortum Is now located. The mystery has apparentlybeen gorw in many blighted areas on our total 4-H program.
than Senator There were three doctors at solved the mysteryof and believes the outlook Is good 4-11 members and leadersare
episode was We think not. one time: Dr. Lee Whitten. Dr. the dying Spanish moss In for Its eventual recovery. Dear Mr. Matthews: now making plans to sell
''I, Wilbur Farnell, and Dr. John- North Central Florida. It has been over a week since 4-H and Chocolate-again this
I. son. Later others followed Fo r the past two or three Moss In trees is a mixed jur 50th Anniversary Celebra- ;year. The campaign will begin

I Tuesday Tells The Tale these: Dr. Perry Farnell, Dr. years the familiar gray moss blessing pleasing t o some tion, but not too late to thank November 1st and last for two"
Green and another Dr. John has been turning black and dry- for Its long gray festoons you for coming over and making weeks. A major goal of the

.., Ing up In many trees In this when In a healthy condition, the good pictures of the occasion program Is to present 4-H to

:"..:. Will Florida voters go to the polls ed them.In son.Raiford was Incorporated area touching off much spec but also accused of damaging I am most gratefultoo every homo in Bradford County -
ulation to the
during the Florida boom In as cause. for the good article in your We hope that everyone will
: to vote on an Issue, no matter how Now, scientists tell us that trees by smothering the lower
the late 1920's, with Nelson paper concerning this outstanding receive our 4-Il'ers as wellas
limbs Is allowed to become too
: 'Important, if no "personalities" are spite of the last-minute effortsby Hitch as Mayor; Mrs. Mar- they have the answer. It's not thick. event In our county history they did last ;year..
r :Involved? opponents of the corporate profitstax garet McKay Graham as Clerk; air pollution-- as suspected and also for the plcutes Two of our 4-H members

to "snow" the voters with direct and two Councilmen Ben Andrews nor Is It a virus or some cul- 2lJ'zRsG'ti: ::::.*t:::k: ES lD6 :bL! "<2tt you sent to me. Sue Edwards and Dennis Rho-

It has long been the belief perhaps mall newspaper ads, and television and marshal.E.W.Tompklns.JohnDekle deadly prit is new said Insect.to be a The fungus of : bration The 50th will be Anniversary Cele- den, were selected to receivethe
borne out in fact that voters are commercials between and Novem- was a pleasant memory Greater Jacksonville Fair
now of the genus "fusarlum" -- a
Some of the early to all who attended, I Achievement
Indifferent to Issues, as such, and ber 2, we hope that all voters will Raiford were T.U. Anderson, group of fungi that are consistent gCC1 hOpe. 1 truly beleive that a last Saturday.Awards They at receivedan the Fair

will not bother to visit the polls unless not accept such propaganda at face William Conner John Bitch, troublemakers for growers spirit of unity and cooperation engraved plaque for their

they have a friend (or foe)runningfor value, but will make an effort to find Martin Warren Oliver Garden. of tomatoes, watermelons i prevailed that has not been accomplishments in 4-H pro-
sheriff or some, other local office out the facts for themselves before Hunter Dennis Andrews gladioli, and other Florida evident In our county in a long ject work citizenship and lea-

which they think affects them more going to the polls. John Nichols Wright crops. '::: : ::;'>.:::,:::::: <<<<-....-.;!. ;: 'f.- time and I sincerely hope it dership activities. Dennis and
Browning John Addison Ellja Dr. D.A. Roberts professor will continue to be this way. Sue are active members of the
directly than matters such as next Kite, David Browning/ John In the Plant Pathology Depart- HALLOWEEN DANCE Only by working/ together can Starke Livestock 4-H Club and
Tuesday's balloting on an amendment In spite of what you hear rememberthis Garden, Johnnie Johns, John ment, Gainesville, has been Saturday night, October 30, we achieve anything of value have been outstanding leadersof
allowing the Legislature to pass a : Bryant, Bill Rosier Turner studying/ the ailing moss with at the Starke Golf & Country and It takes lots of give and their club.
corporate profits tax. Rosier, Green Sapp and Adam the help of Extension Forester Club there Is going to be a take to accomplish any worth The majority of our Cattlemen -
p A.S. Jensen and Dr. G.F. Weber while
Tyson super Halloween Dance. project.
-The Corporate Profits Tax has nothing The first schoolhouse stood professor emeritus of plant A minimum of only $5.00 Enclosed is a memento of have had a good year.
We sincerely hope that this common whatsoever to do with a personal where the Raiford Reddish pathology They Isolated different per couple there will be a the Fair. a Blue Ribbon for The cattle recovered from a
belief Is proved untrue next Tuesday. income tax. The latter cannot be adopted house now stands, Later there organisms from samples band and all of the fixings your publicity in the Bradford severe winter and our calf crop
1 A light vote will undoubtedly work without another constitutional a- was another wooden school builton of blighted moss, and for a real great time. The fun County paper was the best In a number of

against adoption of the amendment, mendment, requiring a three-fifths vote the lot by David Browning's found the fusarium species to starts at 8 p.m. and lasts until Sincerely, years. Condition of cattle in
This house Is where be the most prevalent. Fusar- Marjorie spring and excel-
A. summer was
you want to go. Driggers
for it Is another trueism that those of both houses of the State
the early settlers' children got lum solanl found on every Everyone is welcome so comeon Co-Cham. 50th Anniversary lent In most herds.Many calves
who are opposed to such measures and ratification by the people. most of their education.In blighted sample was suspectedas out and enjoy the gala celebration Celebration Union County were sold at early weaning

1 i usually turn out stronger at the polls 1914 a red brick' schoolhouse the primary agent of the leaving the cows in good con

I to register, their disapproval, than -Failure to pass the Corporate Income blight.In dition.
was built. It was a two- greenhouse tests, healthy vember a Junior-Senior Golf Some of the for this
those who are in favor of the issue. Tax might result in another story building with classroomsand Sunday after the rain reasons
clumps of moss were soaked tournament will be held. The success were that our cattle-
cent added to the present four per an auditorium upstairs. It with water containing Fusartiunsolanl stopped the first "Dog fight" Junior will select his senior men had to do a better winter
l It was also disappointing that out of cent sales tax, costing individual consumers was used until 1959 when all. spores, and other clumps tournament took place along partner. feeding Job and give their cat
more than 500 young people, 18 to 21, many times more than any the schools were consolidated were wet down with sterilized with having a lot of fun some After the tournament a ban- tie more attention during/ the
who were eligible to register for this possible increase under the corporatetax. in Lake Butler.There have been water. Held In a moist environ- of the luckier folks took home quet will be held In the club winter. More cattlemen are
many good principals and tea ment, the moss Inoculated with prize money. house at which time the annual feeding ample protein and
election only 135 saw fit to do so. the first
chers in the Raiford school, Fusarium solanl showed sym- Among lucky were awards will be presented roughage during the winter
Now we can only hope that all or and Rev. J.T. Barnes as the ptoms of blight four to six weeks place team: Warney Atkinson, There will also be trophies months.
most of these 135 visit the polls next Think for yourself in these next principal for eight years. after Inoculation. Other fungi Pat Farnsworth, Vernon Silcox for the winners of the Cattle<< need about to 3 poundsof
Tuesday and show their appreciation few days and then go to the polls next During the depression years were found on samples of the and John Godwin. Second and Junior Senior Tournament. protein and about 10 to 20
of third team prize went to the
for the privilege that has been grant- Tuesday and vote convictions. the 1930's. Ralford's char- moss, but were not shown to pounds of roughage day
-__;> your ter was allowed to lapse and cause disease. foursome consisting of H.H."Doc" .
any depending on size. These nutrients -
." Adams Ermie
: Jones
the town remained unincorporated Affected moss loses It
must come from grass
: for about sheen I Jim Brown Godwin and Larry Saturday morning at 8
40 years. green and appearI a.m. or grazing crops or from the
A group of citizens decided up. Because the Inner fibers Bruner. the Sperry-Rand Open will be "Feed Bag." Any cattleman
early In 1971 to work for re- of the mosss Is very tough and The last word I have Is that held at Starke using a "Shot knows that it is more expen-
Incorporation of the town In wiry the clumps will remain this will be a weekly affair Gun" start sive from the feed bag but
The Bradford II"I order to hanging from for starting at 1 p.m. each Satur- So, U you plan to
County -...;,...:;: obtain a portion of tree limbs play Sat they also know that there are
to be there to
rJ. day so plan
:- state gasoline and cigarette several years even after the urday morning It may be a times when nutritious
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED 4 ?. ? S4llleBiUe II' taxes which would pay for several moss Is dead.How.ver. share In the fun and prizes. little slow but the course will Is unavailable. The best grass win

$ needed Improvements Including the blight may not be clear at noon the course ter feeding program is to have
1879 rum J street lights a volunteer be fatal to the plants. The research TENNIS is In great shape and the wea- winter grazing of clover rye
fire department,. and playground team found healthy Last Wednesday morning 15 ther Is also good, just right ryegrass or a combination of
equipment. shoots growing from blighted ladles participated In the first for a good round of golf. these when possible with apro-
The law authorizing/ a refer- stems In some of their sam tennis clinic conducted by one tein supplement and hay during
". /AtMeeaFLORI Do not fear only believe. endum was passed at the 1971 ples. In some areas, moss that of Starke's finest tennis play- bAlaW Sj Poor growth of the grasses.
.- A ESS -.(!Mark 5:36): )). legislative session, and the IneorporlUonllluewa.approved- appeared dead for several ers-Dewitt Farrabee. There are a number of pro-
)'earsl. developing newgrowth. tein
Everyone thououghly enjoyed supplements
on the market -
,..; last August. The first The blight area Is moving themselves with becom-
."" We know thai God's powei. officials along/ now. Some are J'forttfled"
:;.; AS- I T ON Is at work now; righting al I' under the new charter were northward across Florida (In a ing more adroit tennis players. with vlttmlns, minerals,wormers -
forth elected last week as follows: narrow band. It now extends This class will be held each i 1i -' and other materials. Most
conditions; bringing I
::! Mayor, Elmer H. Wallace Wednesday morning at 9:30 r ail
needed. God is thi I ; from the vicinity of Bradenton. / rY of these supplements are
: =' whatever Is Councilmen, Myrtle Lee Sweat northeastward through Lake so If you are Interested In 1. rood. The Important thing Is
: almighty power of good, ol f (chairman), A.K. Bruner.Joyce City; and Starke Jacksonville. learning more about the game, to know what you J need for
.. love, and through Him can w e t Normnn Lamar Green, and plan on being at the Club next your
1 : K. J.. MATTHKWt. E M *r>.fctMfeaeh Blight Is also occurlnff some cattle, know the fair price
?eblkhe Tkuday. a4 ...... M eeeeu/ work out every condition and I WIlUe Mrs.W. Carter. regions of southwestern Georgia Wednesday morning. for the nutrients and shop for
situation in our lives.ThroughGod Katherine Alvarez was South Carolina, and Mississippi the best one for I'll be
ass Matte at tkr f Mt Office at 1&arUI'IIIWa elected temporary clerk. 0 you.
rad.r' Atl'ef March Sr* 1111.eksesiNln we can harmonize our relations The first regular Council So far, It ha. not been happy to discuss rations or
with all the people we t reported In West Florida.Dr. "He lia. an all-time other problem with you at
<.' / ..n4. asses 1 year. N.lei i 0atd6I meeting/f under the new charter, JUNIOR-SENIOR aver. any time. Just
;.1, ; : "", ., .....i sreai 1 year, $Ut meet In our daily lives. Cod I was held Monday October 25,' Roberta predicts that TOURNAMENT age of 5 proposal" of mar. by ;YOur County call Agent's or office come
'- supplies our every need. 1971. healthy moss will continue to During/ the latter part of NO- rlagei per week, in Starke. *... >

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." .,._'IttI. 11\!(,'1'" Jaycee Chapter CharteredA At Raiford HEAD START MOVESTO
"' .".,.." LAWTEY SCHOOL
I'' }f"
"X", ., Bradford Head Start Center'
: Glaser said that the first has moved to Anderson Elem-
Jaycee Chapter was recently He was also appointed to serveas
chartered at the State Stale Chairman for Institutional community project to be undertaken entary School In lawtey. Applications
Prison Reception and Medical 1 Extension for the DIvision will be painting and are still being accepted -
Center, Lake Butler, with a- of Corrections' Jaycee general repairs at the Lake- for children who are
1L t wards being presneted at the Chapters. side Park In Lake Butler This four years old. All persona
Institution by Randy Avon,State project Is being coordinatedwith who are Interested In volunteering -
Jaycee President. At present the new chapter Sheriff John Whitehead for work In the center
is meeting each Sunday at 6 Glaser said. will be welcome. Call 782-
In accepting the award, the p.m. at the Reception Center. 3224.
Reception and Medical Center
became the second Institution -thE Ot 1Vl7ZE/l
within the Division to establish Housing Is Our Business
a Jaycee Chapter Charles r
41 yi Hunsucker was Installed as the ( 1
.. charter president.
g George Glaser, vocational Instructor .. .
"'-' j\\
at the center and cosponsor -
of the chapter, has rAr
been Instrumental In organ- "If you think )'"..'r..110 Iniirlunt -
ling the activities of this group. | try onlrring my ting

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I This winning club float woe entered by the DCT Club. The pr.ttycoed Is Jonell) If you can matchits Wi ftur (fat iini/lXlag Fran ttttygvalt! ta &-! (./".

McG.e. S395 price
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READY TO PROWL Mrs. Register; Bowling, Mrs. aaADE'A'I! SIRLOINSTEAKS
Bean Toss, Mrs. I 1/4/ PORK
4.r ) give your family a Hampton School Is a beehive Goldman bait; Bag ;
Canova Game, Mrs Ba1r
healthier of this week with ; ; FRYERS
happier, warmer activity; pre-
Hammer and Nail, Mrs. Wlg-
home with a beautiful, new loween parations Carnival for the,annual which Hal-will glesworth; Country Store, Mrs. ;i LOIN CHOPS ;
Stone and Mrs. Mnwrv Lasso
nun in] I I
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ker's parade Store at starting 4 p.m and at proceed Ba- Food Booth, Ruth and Debris 2 PER BAG 291f1a1.A'" i. r it ( !iiir"68!! C 1.19f
HOME HEATER to the School. I L8 / LB

a: There will be six prizes this ADULT EDUCATION
SIEGLErt liu HM big, built-in Blown System and aclu.ive two for each levelas Adult Education
year age Hampton's vrirMrtowmat..1 f ynrojr LOWtwin miruiY towraiccf 1w*wr lowmictIJAM
Inner Hoot Tube that gv.you th.comfort follows: pre-school through Class, which meets at the City;
miracle of SUPER FLOUR HEAT.Com in and Y. YX un YX unla
2nd grade through4th and Thursday
( 1st grade; Hall on Monday to a sa .a
uk fur a ilemoiutrntion and IM how this newS rrr ; and 5th grade up. Categories nights from 7 to 9:30: can use MEATY CENTER CUT HitPORK AOAR'S .
Slogler will pay for Ittolf with are for the best cos- more students. Basic education Canned
th.fuel it eivn. tume for a boy, and best cos- for reading, writing and math &b
t + x tume for a girl in each age improvement, and high school BUTTS
review are offered In the class. UNM*ILUlf CUKI4 tl ZIMTO OJIIUM.AH MA* WA4
"It's' A Fact You Can group. If you have less than a high 3 IBS&OVIH 4. -49* _
The Booth Building and Decorating school education tonight wouldbe 'a t _
Do Better At" Committee is tending a good time to start the _
call for !
out an urgent class s
workers to report at 9 a.m. NOTICE: Your Hampton correspondent GUI 0 .IvI i :' NOT LARGI NOT GIANT BUT I FROZEN HEAPING
Saturday morning at the school. Is back in the hospital COMPARE ,0cl", I IOf 'r Hl/rul" FULl
DENMARKFURNJJURE Chairman Vernon Parmenter for a few days, so please I KING SIZE 1J-"IICij '
asks to "come and Frozen BagelsChicken ,::o"::. 4/l/
bear with us until we can get STRAWBERRYSHORTCAKE
bring your hammer" and other back on the Job of gathering the Dinner '.." PlOt 33c i DRIVE
COMPANY necessary tools for erection news. Thank you.
of the booths. Morton Meat Pies e.IN..Y: 489c4l/ ; ;

Phone 964-58274 Monte Corn .',".' Inl : =. DETERGENT
43.1 W. Call St. Chairman of the various concessions Del -: It: : / ,

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BROOKER in BRIEF ''[I-iuIJ4' : \' : : ,9 :'t.E \'( ,A'. Nf'')!t ''f' : ---- -

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of the first In County; Judge's Court In
publlcaUon of this
linen cloth. The centerpiece In The Clrctdt Court of Bradford notice. Each claim or demand wife In The Circuit Court of Florida And For Bradford,. County;
consisted of pink roses, purple County Florida must be In YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Eighth Judicial Circuit, Florida.
and '
.! bachelor buttons and fern Case No.MORTGAGE. state the place residence an action to the following In And For Bradford County; In re Estate of Ralph Pear-
: FORECLOSURE 'and That an action to Mortgage Case No.James. sail deceased.
REHEARSAL DINNERA Tolbert McCoy and Anna Leo claimant post office and address of the Foreclosure the following pro O. Smith and HelenE NOTICE TO CREDITORS

dinner was given by Mr. McCoy his wife, and The Com to by the claimant must, nit be agent sworn perty In Bradford County; Flo- Smith. Ms wife Plaintiffs All creditors of the estateof

, and Mrs. Dick Raulerson at munlty State Bank of Starke, or his attorney or It will become rida: -vs- Levi Williams and Doro- Ralph Pearsall, deceased,
? 1R. l lY the Holiday Inn In Alachua on A Florida Banking Corporation. void according to law. That portion of West Quar- thy Mae Williams, his wife are hereby notified and required -

Thursday. averring Oct. 14, for Plaintiff, -..-Weldon P.Bart, Effle Alderman ter (wi/4) southeast quarter Defendants. to file any claims or
the Bas-Raulron wedding lett and Elba S. Bartlett Ma Administratrix of the Estate (SE1/4)) of SE1/4 and the NOTICE OF MORTGAGE demands which they may, have

part/ The table were covered wife, and) Central Soya of tlf- of Thomas J. Alderman El/2 lying; South of Graded FORECLOSURE SALE against said estate in the office -

w In white linen. The centerpiece too. Inc., A Foreign Corporation a/k/a T.J. Alderman,, Road In Sec.EXCEPT 9 T-O-S, Range Public notice is hereby given of the county; Judge of
consisted of pink roses Defendant. deceased 22 East, the West that pursuant to and In strict Bradford County; Florida in

a bridal candle and bri- NOTICE OF ACTION Flr.t publication on October 7 270 ft thereof accordance with the Summary the courthouse at Starke. Florida
.. dal wreath. About 18 people TOil Central Soya of TUton, mi. North Half &/2) of Northeast Final Judgment of Foreclosure within six calendar

GIRLS CHAMPION enjoyed this affair. In., A Foreign CorporationYou George H. Fierce Quarter CNE1/4) of entered In this cause on Octo- months from the date of the*
CHAMPION are notified that an action P.O.Drawer 1030 Northeast East Quarter W ber 22. 1971, the undersigned, first publication of this notice.

SOCCER TEAM SOCCER TEAM PERSONALS to foreclose a purchase money Starke Fla. 32091 Of Rd 1200. NE1/4 of NW1/4 as Clerk of said Court, will Each claim or demand must be

Charles Klley, Chief Petty; mortgage-on the following property Attorney for Administratrix of NEI/4 Sec 18-6-22 29 Acres -- on the 15th day of November in writing and must state the

BROOKER ELEMENTARY Officer U.S. Navy stationedat In Bradford County: 10/7 4t 10/28 more or less 1971 sell the following described place of residence and post-
COMPLETES INTRAMURALS outstanding! accomplishment in San Diego, Calif was horn Starting at the Northwest: corner hag been filed against you property situate In Bradford office address of the claimant -
citizenship and academic George J. Elchermuller Hll Florida, to-wto
two weeks leave visiting of Section 3. Township County;
School on a 1 Florida and must be sworn to be
Brooker Elementary of -
erades. 7 22 East In The Circuit Court degard Elchermuller and at the ME: Corner
his mother. Doris Kelley and Sooth Rang run you the claimant his his
agent or
the first title ,
recently completed The following children are South Eighth Judicial Circuit, In are required to West Half of Northwest
family. H* arrived at Jackson- 528.5 feet to a point. serve a copy attorney or It will become
Intramural sports competition The to be congratulated on obtaining ville International airport on said point being where secu and For Bradford County; of ;your written defenses If Quarter of Northeast void according to law.
of the 1971-72 school year. honor and responsibility; of lion line East side CIVIL ACTIONBeatrice any to It. on the plaintiffs attorney
conducted a* Sunday Oct. :9, and departedon crosses Quarter of Section 28, Town- October 21, 1971.
championships of the Brooker, Physical school patrol: Mike Starling Sunday Oct. 17. of Stat Road No. 28, for a 1- whose name and address ship 6 South Range 22 East Juanita Faye PearsallAdminiatratrix

Education pert wa.ln Susan Raulerson. Marlene Mr. and Mrs Mell Vickery point of beginning; thence In is George H. Pierce and run thence West 50 feet of the Estate -

Teams program were comprised, soc of Sharp Tammy Andrews, Isabel of Gainesville spent Sunday.. a Southeaster course along ,E. Smith Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1030 Starke. Flo- along Klngsley Street, thence of Ralph Pearsall, deceased
cer. Bristol, Angle Andrews E. tats Road 1064 Defen rida, and file the original with
students at Brooker Elemen- Oct. 17, with Mrs. Vickery vs. Emanuel K. Rogers run South 122.5 feet, thencerun ,
School in grades 46. Teresa Booth Susan Bass, Alan sister. Mrs roes Green and feet/thence, 856 feet to Southeast dant. the clerk of the above styled East 50 feet, thence run First publication on October -

tary The the Smith Brenda Hayes Kay. family. They attended servicesat corner of the Northwest NOTICE OF SUIT court on or before November North 122.5 feet to the Pointof 28, 1971.George .
champions are
Prescott and Darlene Mott. Brooker Baptist Church.That Quarter C NW1/4)) of the Northwest Address 8, 1971: otherwldo a Judgementmay Beginning and lying and H. Pierce
R.T. Chargers, captained by Tot Emanuel K. Rogers
The The Safety Patrol Is being afternoon they visited with another Quarter (NWi/4) of Section Unknown be entered against you for being In the West Half of P.O. Drawer 1030
Chargers .
won Dwight 4 games Emery.and lost none. sponsored by the 5th and 6th sister and family Mr. 3, Township 7 South YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- the relief demanded In the com Northwest Quarter of Southeast Starke. Fla. 32091
grade teachers Mrs Hurst and and Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Rang 22 East; thence Northon plaint or petition. Quarter of Northeast for Administratrix
to -
The &'Irl'. champions are theroadrunner. FIED than an action partition
Mrs. Scott.Bffi11IDAY WITNESS: 1D/28
.. captained by Teresa daughters. Also visiting the quarter section line 948 the following propertyIn my hand and the Quarter of Section 28. Township 4t 11/18
Booth. The Roadrunners Edwards' were their son and feet, thence West 1301.8 feet Bradford County, Florida: seal of said Court on October 8, 6 South. RANGE 22East.at .
finished competition undefeated famiy Mr. and Mrs. Gene to point of beginning and ly 1969 Parkwood Mobile Home 1971 public auction to me mgnesi
Little Miss Teresa Goss celebrated
as they won 4 games and her 2nd birthday with Edwards and children from Inc In the Northwest quarter ID 5146 has been filed a- (Court Seal) bidder for cash, at the East In The Circuit Court, Eighth
lost none. a Lake City. Gene Just got out (NWI/4) of Northwest galnst and you are requiredto front door of the l Bradford: County Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn
The next Intramural sport party given by her mother. of Lake Shore Hospital on quarter of Section: Township serve a copy of your writ- Gilbert S. Brown' ; Courthouse in Starke Florida And For Bradford County;
will be flag football. Mrs. Ray Goss on Friday afternoon Saturday. lie strained a muscleIn 7 South Range 22 East ten If to It on Is Clerk ur aid Court during the legal hours of Florida

Pictures, left to right- lot Oct. 15. Birthday cake Ms beck. We are thankful Bathe containing 24.91 acres, more ELZIE S. SANDEHS. attorney By Beulah M. Moody sale to-wlfc between the hoursof rrvn. ACTION

row:' Genene Dorminey Vanessa and punch were served to the Is out of the hospital and or less.ALSO for plaintiff, whose address U As Deputy; Clerk 11:00: and 2:00: PM same Diane G. Snyder, Plaintiffvs-

lodge, Connie Dyal. 2nd 15 guests. able to be up and around :: The following personal 138 West Call; Mreet itarke. 10/14 4t 11/3 being a legal sales day and the Terry Lee Snyder, Defendant

row-'Susan Bass,Stacey Ha McDAVIDS OBSERVE Mr. and Mrs Tommy Cox property situate on above described Florida, and file the original legal hours of sale. NOTICE OF SUIT-

Susan Raulerson, Sharon Tetstoe. 34th ANNIVERSARY enjoyed their 9th wedding anniversary real property, : with the Clerk of the above NOTICE Dated this 22nd day of October NO PROPERTYTO

3rd rowTeresa Booth on Wednesday Oct. 3840 laying cages and water- styled Court on or before November 30 1971 : Terry Lee Snyder
of Mr. and September 1971
Congratulations era and feed troughs, 2 automatic /Gilbert S. Brown notified that
6. Also You hereby
we enjoyed mutual birthdays are
capC; Shari Green co-capt. Mrs. A.F. McDavid, who cel- IS, Wl; otherwise a Handy Way Food Stores, Inc.
feeders and
Boys Cleft to right) 1st tow- ebrated their 34th Wedding Anniversary on Sunday Oct. 10. and waterer Judgement may be entered against has made Application to the Clerk of the Circuit an action for Divorce has been
6 Bulk feed
Alan Smith Douglas Watson you for the relief de- Bradford Court of Bradford filed against you Terry Lee
County Board
on Sunday Oct. 17. Zoning
Mrs Leltha Perslnger returned and auguars, 2 Egg cooler units and requiredto
Jimmy Mann Johnny Rogers, manded In the complaint. County Florida Snyder you
for reclassification \
All of their children and grandchildren to Orlando 1 of the property
Rlckey Carroll 2nd row-Wayne on Friday egg grader egg bas- WITNESS hand and of- George H, Pierce serve a copy of your written
; my
home described below from OR
came to help Oct. 15, after spending a week kte 2 feed 2 feed
Ellis, Peter Henry Mike Com- carts tidal seal of said Court on 203-205 North Temple Avenue defenses If any to it, on ;
them celebrate. They all en- with her slater, Mrs.L.L. Dyal. scoops I egg washer 6 Poultry to BR (Retail Sales Service) attorney whose
erford. 3rd row- John Lefev- October 11 1971. Starke Florida 32091 plaintiffs
dinner and Anniversary A parcel l of 150
Joyed together
Mrs Waldron
Ruby of Wild- harn.,1 1
egg cooling house is Hon.
East and address
ers, _capt.; Timothy Roberts GILBERT S. BROWN.CLERK Attorney for Plaintiff name
Cake.Those square lying; of Hwy
wood her brother- 1 Tool
was visiting shed and 1 Tool house H. Pierce Starke, Florida -
,Dwight Emery captain. BY Beulah M. Moody 18 and North 10/28 George
attending were: Mr. in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs. 2 Deep Well and of Hwy 225 In and file the original with
and Mr. Terry McDavid, Bar- L.L. pump 1 Deputy; Clerk. Section 25, Township 5S, Rge BH H ,
lOP HIP HOORAY! Dyal recently.Mr. 1958 GMC Truck, I Ford Tdetor. the clerk of the above styled
bara and Judy from Lake City; : and Mrs. HaroldSorrell 21 E..t.Thl. .
CARNIVAL SATURDAYPlan 1 disk 1 rotary NOTICEI court on or before November 22,
mower. 10/14 < tp. 11/4 In
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whltoheadand change classificationis
to attend the Halloween and daughters from Jacksonville 1 two toe corn planter I cultivator will not be responsible for 1971: otherwise a Judgement may
Carnival John from Lake Butler; spent Sunday with Mrs. all subject to a public hearingto any debts made by anyone other be entered against for the
at Brooker Elementary shrubbery; you
School on Saturday,i Oct., Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lord (Mr.McDavid' Sorrells parents Mr.and Mrs baa been filed against you and In The Circuit Court, Eighth be held on Tuesday October than myself O.J. Underhill 2tp relief demanded In the com-
mother) from 26th 1971 at 7:30 PM in the
30. The parade will begin at L.L. Dyal. Weldon P. Bartlett and hi.wife, Judicial Circuit of Florida In County Commission 10/28 plaint or petition.
Gainesville Mrs. Sue Parrish
; Mr. and Mrs. David And For Bradford County; room at and the
4:30 at the Farmers Market Hayes Elba S. Bartlett and you are WITNESS my hand
the Bradford
? and Susan and and CourtHouse
Mr. Mrs. County;
marching through town up to and Deann of Zephyrhllls, spent' required to serve a copy of CIVIL ACTION atwhich seal of said Court on October
Don Don time all
McDavid Denise and
the weekend of Oct. 16 with written If Benjamin Suslow and Anna persons 19 1971.
the school, where the parti- of your defenses any, interested shall be ,
na Brooker. David's sister Mrs. Theron Suslow. his wife. Plaintiffvs e e e Gilbert S. BrownAs I
pants will be Judged.At Betty; to it on A. Yawn,, Jr., for
Hayes and ] On Sat. George J. Elchermutler and or against the proposal!, as Clerk of said Court
:5 p.m. the ladles will BIRTHDAY DINNER family.; Oct. Plaintiffs' attorney, whose address specified In the Zoning Code Autumn's foliage approach
start serving a chicken pilau The children of Mrs. George 16. another brother of Betty'sdropped ; 1 I. P.O. Drawer 340, Hlldogard Elchemnuller, his of Bradford County. (its full glory/ when you can By: Beulah M. Moody

supped In the school cafeteria. Tetstone her a surprise by Butch Hayes of Dad Stark. Florid 32091. on or wife Defendant John Torode Chairman admire it without having to As Deputy; Clerk ".
Adult plates will be $1.25 birthday dinner on Sunday Oct. City.; Accompanying him were before the 5th day of November NOTICE OF SUIT- Bradford County; Zoning rake it. 10/28 4t 1118Let's

and children's plates 75C. Tb* 24, honoring her 69th birthday. Glenda and Libby Lester.Congratulations 1971, and file the original PROPERTYTo Board r
George J. Eichermuller
with the Clerk of this Court :
door prizes will be given awayat About 60 children grandchildren 10/21 2t 10.28
the .,supper. A hot dog stand and great-grandchildren and welcometo either before service on Plain & Hlldegard Elchermuller, *
our community; Mr.and Mrs tiffs' attorney or Immediately
for those desiring
will be provided -
were present for this occasion. Gene Raulerson. .JoAnn Bass
hot dogs. thereafter; otherwise default
vand GenelllltecS/ In marriage will bel I entered again .
Pony ridehay ride. and BROOKER: GIRL IS :JfHOMECOMING In .. ,,: ; r,I', V.
fun booth will be provided tor QUEEN a lovely ceremony in you for the relief demanded1In ":'''1 r', \ :II:
the Brooker Baptist Church; on the Complaint. ,.. .11I
The coronation ""
t\ your enjoyment. Miss Linda Edwards of & night October 16.
of the royal court will take Brooker was crowned Queen WITNESS my hand and seal
place at 8:30.Candidates: of the Homecoming events PRAYER LEST: Ells Griffin of this Court this October *,

for Princes are: of Bradford High School on ; Ellse was bitten by a rattlesnake 1971 at Starke. Florida

Michelle Harrell, Renee' Mott Oct. 21, 22. For the coronation on Wednesday} Oct GILBERT S. BROWN I take I
4"and Kim Thomas; candidates for Miss Edwards wore a roy- 6. She wasrushed to the Medical Clerk of the Circuit Court

prince Steve Foster. Warren* al blue velvet floor length formal Center where she spent By Virginia F. Darby "
Hall and Wade Raulerson; for designed and made by her about five days and 1s hensrecovering Deputy; Clerk

Queen: Beth Hamilton, Stacey mother. The gown had long now. 10/7 4t 10/28 N"

Hayes Darlene Sharp Brenda sleeves, and light blue lace TRICK OR TREATIt their handout

Hayes; for King Stanley Hayes, trimmed the neckline and the Is requested that all trickor NOTICE OF APPLICATION

Todd-Rakes Jerry Smith and., sleeves. At the parade on Fri- treaters in this area observe FOR TAX DEED

Mike Strickland. day Queen Linda wore a pale this tradition on Friday night, NOTICE IS HEREBY given
At 9 p.m. the cake walk will turquoise culotte formal of silk Oct. 29. This Is due to the that Earl Prevatt the holder of
begin. This ti is great fun for chiffon, featuring a taffeta lined carnival on Saturday night. the following certificates baa of
all ages. lace bodice with matching lace
TOWN NEWS filed said certificate for a
Tickets on a P.J. Doll a
long sleeves. That evening' at
The Brooker tax deed to be Issued thereon.
Fire Depart-
portable mixer a spyder bike the football pme.Queen Lin-
number and
The certificate
anda has recently ourch,,nd
double barrel shotgun
a da -
wore a two-piece maroon .
of Issuance the description .
grill to be given awayat Stalnaker's for the
gas tween suit. garage new of the and the
the carnival are on sale at Congratulations Linda! location of the Fire House.They names In which property It was assessedare your

the school at Green' Grocery Brooker Is honored by ;your are in the process of relocating follows

Roy Carrot! Store and the Royalty.; Linda Is the daughter the civil defense whistle to Certificate u No. 20 Year of
Brooker Super Market. In of Mr. and Mrs. Carl T, be used as a fir signal. Issuance 1968. Description of !
Starke tickets are on sale at The next Town Council
Edwards. She has a sister San- meet- Property' N 88.88 of half block pocket
Starke Builders Supply and Davis dra. ing will be on Monday evening
6 In Lawtey W. of ByName
Grocery Store In Graham Oct. 8 at 8
; p.m. In which .....HdCW-.
tickets are on sale at River. LUNCHEON GIVEN
Grocery. FOR ATTENDANTSA SYMPATHYOur ton N. Prevatt. ,
Bridesmaids luncheon was heartfelt sympathy,love All of said property being In %"

SAFETY PATROLIS given at the Holiday Inn at Ala- and prayers are extended to the County of Bradford State

ORGANIZEDThe chua on Saturday Oct. 9, honoring the family of Mrs Myrtle of Florida.
bri- Sparkmaja< who died Wednesday Unless such certificate or
Brooker Elementary Miss Jo Ann Bass's
School has established a School dal attendants. These were: Oct. 13, Mrs Mamie Stalnkaer certificate shall be redeemed

Safety; Patrol which will be Betty; Hayes, matron of honor; attended her sister's funeralin according to law the property

comprised of selected student Peggy Edwards, Brenda Bass, Sanford on Friday Oct. 15. described In such certificate yQ l

In the 5th and 6th grade. and Ann Raulerson, brides or certificates will be sold to

The function of the safety; maids. Melissa Rabon was the NEW RIVER CHURCH the highest bidder at the court

patrol I. to assist In supervising flower girl. Mina Bass presented I HONORS REV. PARKER house door on the first Mon

the school hallways" her ,matron of honor The New River Baptist day In Monday In November,
sidewalk areas and playgroundat and her bridesmaids with a I Church gave a dinner on Sunday 1971, which Is the lit day of'

specific periods of congestion sterling charm bracelet with Oct. 17. In honor of their November 1971.

during the school day. their initials ; and her flower former pastor, Rev L.L. Parker. Dated 1971Gilbert this 10th day of September ; ,

girl with a sterling silver cross. The
congregation presented
The Patrol's primary duty; S. Brown
Others present for this occasion -
la to prevent injuries by help were Mrs. J.T. Bass him with a stereo home music Clerk of Circuit Court ,of ; sa
center featuring an eight track tl Somebody' always coming with a
ing the students to adhere to mother of the bride and Mrs. Bradford County; Florida up
school safety; regulations. cartridge tape player and a bright new Idea to raise money-and
Dick Raulerson, mother of the radio-phonograph combination 10/7 4t 1021In
The members of the Safety; groom. For this occasion the with two speakers. J, usually it comas right out of your
Patrol selected based
were on tables were covered with white
County Judge's Court, In pocket
and For Bradford Flo
rida. In re Estate of Thomas If you figure it'* about time to keep
Now Porch
you can make your or Breezeway J. Alderman, deceased a/k/a T.J. Alderman other people' hand out of your

>** ==*TsJISVKsr>fM *T/ I Iaffj NOTICE TO CREDITORS pocket-vote "NOl" to the Florida
r-mrI IT'SEXPENscvfr
tee All creditors of the estate Income tax amendment on Nov. 2.
Thomas J. Alderman a/k/a

TJ. Alderman, deceased, are We don't need any more public

rL hereby notified and requiredto plucking. What we DO need I I. some
file any claim or demand
I which they may have against political payroll cutting, and more

Why store summer furniture-protect It from the i said estate In the office of the people In Government who treat other

laments-enclose your porch or breezeway with county; judge of Bradford County. people'. money with a* much tender,
See for the amount w* ; Florida, in the courthouse
Fl.s-O-Gleu. your dealer you loving do their
at Stark care a* they own.
Florida within six
need,then Just cut with scissor and tack(or staple)
calendar months from the date
'l'i over your screens. For only a few dollars you now

11. have a /bom you can use all winter long.. at ASTI l la .>,.--.,, ., rice--------

'l FlexIble to
/ ,
; ,


3 ft. wide
x/,o //7 4/t widths

Flex-O-Glaat'Is far'
a special pl.sdcthat
ware "'. ..'*
w..1 .IO ni.ltii i" tougher than polyethylene the only VOTE "NO" NOV. 2nd
t. ..
cal glata' substitute Guaranteed 2 F uN Vee,..
"Now well have la Invite
At Hardware and Lumber Dealers Everywhere them over la one of our CITIZENS AGAINST


Page .14, Telegraph Oct. 28. 1971 .


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NEWSBeginning Past Masters ...

Immediately, the Banquet Set 301 DRIVEINShow
Division of Motor Vehicles for By MasonsBradford
the State of Florida will Issue
red. white and blue "DV" per- Begins At Sundown
Lodge #35 F.
manent plates for motor A.M. will hold Its annual Past
vehicles owned by disabled i tiJb
veterans whd'have' Masters Banquet Saturday Oct FRI..SAT.OCT.29JOBURT
30 at 7
eligibility, ; ,for" the tax free Y c I Twenty-five p.m. and SO year pins
plates and certificates will bepre..n-
Front end plates\ In the new : P ted. All past Masters and Masons -
colors will be furnished, according 11 : r fA l
and O.E.S. and their tunllles .
to M.T. DIxon
direc- jC are invited, according to r '
State tor of of Veterans1 Florida.Affairs for the J'l / y .W .. Elbert Master Nettles, Worshipful #

Each holder''of a "DV" licence I I I .0.
plate will receive a pre # t ..:..
written permanent Florida registration o i t: +ao e e e .::

certificate showing Tile coil of living may confirm
the description of the vehicle lo N', but if* still a
registered with a "DV" plate.
Veterans are urged to check iP.L: .. bargain. I Ia
the vehicle description care, ,
fully and. If It covers the vehicle t 1
for which they wish the Revised definition Home Ii a. a'
license where you cant fet your favorite
new plates Issued, It la
to be submitted to the Division football team on telovl-
West Guineas Street Tallahas ,+ gl 1 in A MICHAEL WINNER Film'w,
see. Florida of 50 cents.32304 with remittance .. I lion.FLORIDA I

ii, by chance the registration .
received by the veterans I It ,.. COLOR by Deluxe *-* if' o|> United ArtIsts
does not cover the-vehicle for I
which the veteran would like THEATRE
-- -
the new "DV" tag Issued DI-
xon suggests the prewritten registration -
be destroyed and a Showtime-Weekdays 7:00
complete description of the Sunday 3:00: Saturdav J :00 With Glen CampbellSUN.
new vehicle Including the iJ _
year, make, type, identification FRI., SAT., SUN. 31 NOV. 1
number, title number, etc., I 'VI ., WON. OCT. ,
with the required 50 cents. ; OCT. 29, 30, 31 Double Feature Program
All holders of the "DV" tag
are advised, Dixon says, after SPEND HALLOWEEN WITH US
receiving the new red, white I
and blue "DV" plates to des- Free Vampl re Teeth For Everyone
troy the old black on yellow
plates. Any'use of the blackon
yellow,"DV" plates after .' .. 11 I !
December 5, 1971 will be .. ,
questioned by authorities, DI- .whose 1 embrace I Is the kiss of I death

xon Questions says. about the "DV" for: man I or woman!

license plates should be directed -
to DIxon at Post Office GHOULISH a
Box 1437, St. Petersburg or tothe Homecoming Queen> Linda Edward, left, and her The Clan of 1972 has now won the homecoming
local',county; veteran ser- court Teresa Durden, Gloria Griffin, Velma Mitchell float competition a. freshmen, sophomore, and now GHASTLY!
vice officer and Janice Stancil ride the Senior Class winning, as seniors m.: +

''''''JY,, .....MN''Y'N'.y.....h...............e.........S.S.rr., : ; _____________ _____uuu_ _u________ _____r_.u. r.:rm .}vr.}rr.frvrtir .}.}}ra/' } t tI'
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I {, Community News ii.} tbn STEVE. .: 4 la

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# fI' By EU; beth Given; Walker MCQUEEN
SENIOR CITIZEN NEWS: Prizes will be awardedto Regular services will be held
dress. nesday night Prayer Meeting pastor and congregation will "LE MANS'A .
It won't be long until the both men and women. Thursday night will go to Mrs. Join In the Missionary Unionat on the first Sunday.
Spooks Goblins and the Tra- We will have .games'; songs Allen's home Friday night the Mt. ZIon In Lawtey. Sundayat The Fifth Sunday Union will CINEMA CENTER
ditional event of trick or treat and lots of fun. Apples, nuts Ladles Circle will meet at Mrs. 11 a.m. be the activity of most of the FILMS PRESENTATION
will be with us once again. and candy will be provided for Allen's. Saturday dinners will Rev. C.E. Jenkins will deliver Churches In this area. The NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES RELEASE -PLUS-
The celebration of Halloweenwill refranhmimtA.. be sold from the kitchen. Sun- the Message. This ser- Union will be held at Elusta, PANAVlSIONColw by Dt LUXE C[ J!.CJo( )
be observed by Bradford Talk it up and bring another day is Educational Day. Sunday vice will conclude services for Fla.GAINESVILLE.
County Senior Citizens Club Senior Citizen with you. School at 9:30: Morning ser- Roger Moore
Unit No. 2 at the RJE audi- vice at 11 a.m., League at 4
"nl r* nw*H 'e"t ot*
torium Thursday October 28, CHURCH( NEWS p.m. Evening service at 6 p.m. PLUS MMKA"I,AebAW. ..
at I P.m. All members have Greater Bethlehem Freewill '
Visitors are always welcome. t anil,0vM.. Film' M'-N
been notified and we expect Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper .
them to join In the fun of wear- Williams, Pastor, .rvlcre., Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.". .
Ing masks and costumes. Jud- schedule as follows: Senior. Church' ':":Rev.. C.E.Jenkins-! .. Business ,Directory :: ,.:., U < WHO --
ges will be chosen to pick Choir rehearsal each Monday.*Pastor/rfservlceBchedule./ ; 'as1'follows ; HAUNTEDbw.u
out J 1) The most original; 2)) night. Choir No. 2 and Usher ;'"'* tws ""-
the funniest, 3)) the prettiest Board No. 3 will meet. Wed- Sunday School at 10 a.m. The <" '" """, A.rMlgn,,,, .la ArybMl"r
GARDEN SUPPLIES j I u if'nclmnrntapaeanayaKr .
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nonporous Offle flfcoprh! Ctr. S71-31S The cans enter the complex electric process of
I desk). The entire sharpener can be released taken to waste AUTO SALES SERVICE being sorted and shredded. Then made ready for

basket for emptying. It is also portable as you can move It Tropical Pontiac, Farm and Industrial meltingand re-use. Like window screens, highway

Inc. Equipment guard-railsboat hulls andof course aluminum foil.
from place to place. So, the next time you look at a clean beautiful,

IEiiaiJ park.or picnic in a place that looks the way nature .

Santa Fe Tractor, intended it to look, remember electricity. ,_.
I I It's not only part of the solution to cleaning up <:: :::
Factory Authorised FORD the environment, but is old :
> ingeniously giving cans ::
Pontiac Farm Tractors A Implement a new life. .
ijCili ap4 Sales-Partt-Service .

I I 1 1I 21u1 N. MainCoineVvfllo, Fla SALES PART SERVIC1 EE Lr.'Electrici ty. Part of the soluti on. ,

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CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE!, ,'. '.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship U a.m. Training Sunday School 9:43: a.m.; Schedule of Services: "
Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Services, II a.m. and Union 7 pjn. Evening Worship, Morning Worship II ajn. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. .
Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- 8 p.m. Wednesday Night service Service 6 p.m. Evening Worship Morning Worship II a.m. EvenIng .
7 p.m.Thursday. nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel 7 p.m.Tuesday. Worship 7 p.m. *
night Prayer Meet Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church come.L.L. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m. ,,00'.
., Ing 7:30: p.m. located one block west on SR Parker pastor P.m.Rev. r if'(
16. W.B. Chauncey pastor
David Hodges, Pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN .
-J.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
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--- Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng -
CHURCHSTARKE (Booster Band Worship 11 a.m. Evening ,"
Proof that the "blguns". are biting better now that the Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mom METHODIST CHURCH People and Prayer Service Young* 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Worlhp7.-JamesShaw.pastor. '. ;
Sunday School 10 Morn-
weather hat turned a Tittle cool or Is shown In this picture Ing Worship at 11. Training a.m. 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. : Sunday School, 10 a.m. '11'',
Ing Worship ll Youth Ser- UnIon
of C.C. Hill, of Klnattoy Vlllag Subdivision with a beautiful Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wor- vice 6 p.m. Evening a.m. Worship, Midweek Service Wednesday Preaching, U ajn.Training Worship- BROOKER BAPTJST'ClnmCII "" ,
12-pound block bats caught trolling in KlngtUy Loke ship 7:30. Wednesday Prayer 7:30 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. HU- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, 5:45: p.m. Evening welcome. BROOKER, FLA. .u-.1
7 Everyone
early Sunday morning, with a broken-back mirror lure. Meeting, 7:30.Rev.: LeonT. Hard, pastor. Pastor. p.m. Pastor Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday ;
Odom. Jr., pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, .'-

Corporate Profits Tax AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Ralford Road & Weldon St. (Highway 100 at Theressa) OF CHURCH PROPHECY OF, BROOKER 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas DI- "".,..
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning School 10 rector. Worship Services 11 a. .
Sunday School 10 Morning MornIng
a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. .,. ..
Worship 11 am. Evening II m., 7:30. Midweek Prayer Service < :
; Worship
Morning a.m. .
Worship 11. Sunday Evening YOUIil'eople'l
Worship 11 a.m.
Endorsed By Demo ExecsThe Worship. 7 p.m. Wednesday 7:30. Lavern Outlaw -
7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30: p.m. Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic .
Prayer Meeting and Bible sic
Study, director. :
w -Charles Thomas Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. Wednes- -
pastor Service, 7 p.m. ,
7 .
p.m. Young Peoples "
natural color Bradford County Demo. perty and sales taxes.$5,000 minimum every Monday, 7 p.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST Wednesday- 7:30: Night p.m. Prayer Rev. Merle Services day Come Prayer and worship Meeting, 7:30 with: p.m.us. HEILBRONN BAPTIST ....
cratic Executive Committee, -The proposed would G.F. Prevail, pastor. Every Packham, pastor. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. ..'
profits exemption one welcome.ST. Highway 125, Northwest of -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor Sunday '
October 18 at the School 9:45
meeting : a.m.
exclude more than 75 per cent Lawle)'. Sunday School, 10 a.m.
portrait courthouse, adopted a resolu- Morning Worship 11. Training ".<>
tion endorsing of the of all Florida corporations from EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser- .'
passage :
any profits tax whatsoever.The CHURCHSTARKE Night Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH, STARKE FREE WILLBAPTJSTCHURCH vice
Corporate Profits Tax 7:30.: Midweek Prayer ."

that will be voted on In a Committee also urges Father James Cregan, pastor Prayer Meeting. 7:30 Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Service, 7:30.: -
all citizens to come out and vote Saturday Mass, 7 Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight pas- School 9:30; Morning Worship,
special election on November p.m. Sundays, 11 ajn. Morning -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas- "
99 on this vital Issue on November Mass, 10 tor. 11; League 4 p.m. Night Ser- ,'?
a.m. Holy Day Mass Prayer, 2nd 4th and 8th Sun tor. .,
2.The 2.NORTHSIEE. 7p.m. vice, 6 p.m.Rev, Jasper Williams
5D. resolution polnta out that: LAURA BAPTIST day, 11 a.m. Church School 9:45: "' '
HandlingCHarg -Lower and middle Income Confessions Saturday 6 ajn. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST '. .
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. -John M. Flym Rector OF LATTER DAY SAINTS :. .
pay a greater propor- P.m.School METHODIST :
Morning Worship II EvenIng FIRST
a.m. -
Wd., chouc* of proof lion of their Income under the BAPTIST of Religion: 1404 E. Bessent Road
CHURCH Grade School II Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek STARKE .. .
present tax structure than U Intersection of to 12 Bible Study Wednesday, 7:30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a. .
On. r tubtcl' two pr familyCroup Highways 16 noon. School .
p | while m. Sunday 10 Sacrament .
fair and equitable, large, a.m. -
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Worship, 11; Junior and Senior
(North) and 225. Dev. Wayne' High School Wednesday p.m.Be 6 .
p.m. '
multi-state corporations pay In church Sunday. Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups, 6 p.m. .
a 1.00 extra p ptonCannot Wells, pastor. 7 to 8 p.m.BAYLESS. Mia
less than their fair share. Sunday School, 9:45 Morning Frank Jarvis, pastor.ST. Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Monday 7:30: p.m. .
-The of the proposed ; Worship 7:30. 7 Prayer Meet- Tuesday Primary 4:30: p.m. ,-
be utvd in cortuncrion| passage Service at 11. Evening Service : p.m.
with, oth, ,advtrtitlng offorsCOM amendment would In NO WAY 7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:30PJn. l HIGHWAY BAPTIST MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting ing. 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Relief Society.
: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- 7:30: p.m. '.
permit a personal Income tax CHURCIIMACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45.:
IARLV AND HIHO, THII AD T<'' ship Service Jesse D. Branson Branch -
II -
Church ,
In Florida. a.m. Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWItt T. Farabee, Jr. .

-Failure to pass the amendment MADISON STREET Training 6:30 p.m. Evening Day Mass, 5:30 p.m. .......... .. ..President._.. ._._. '. .
uuuu u uuuu Oo OoOo OoU" u. .0.0. 0"''''''''o. ..0. 0 0.. u'"ou.u.0 u
may well require Increases BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 7:30.Wednesday: =:;;;--:;;;:< MALLARDS
in already burdensome proCourt Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- Prayer Meeting .p S 4.#. .V. V t ..'' ? i :

5 & 10 STORE >> :: Ing,Worship 6:15; WMU II;Prayer Church Circle TrainIng -, 7:30: pjn.Rev.J.D. Robinson :RE ::I I :

: S:1;: 7:15: ; Evening Worship 7:30.:
113 E. Call St. r Youth Choir Practice LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST E
Monday R
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FrL Oct. 29th Is 2WayStarke 7 P.m.Tuesday Sunday School 10a.m.Morn- f.:::::::: .\ { YJ.r.: .
Prayer Group, 9:30 Ing Worship II
: a.m. Evening
Hours a.m. Mission Friends GirlsIn Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 111j: He walked a long; time and rang; many doorbells y. .. ...:.*] 4 :

no longer has a one Action, Acteens. 3:30:. p.m. Everyone welcome. ;1!; %nd "scared" alot, of people in order to J .-. ,.\\J-: I.'
9 A.M. To 6 P.M. way street Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Rev Robert Haisten, pastor ::;:;: acquire his Halloween treasures. He wants 0 ... -" s:! ,".

No Age Limit 7:30: p.m. Church Choir r d with his treasures beside him, where It) .':
Since the old county courthouse Practice 8:30.Thursday: CHURCH OF GOD ?: to deep
Christmas Is no longer occupiedby Visitation 7:30: 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. he can feel the sack with his hand. ,. ;., i .
Special school officials, the Starke Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- .:.;;;. .t'( I' IHI'' i
Starke Fla. city council last week act- p.m.Denton Sumrall, Pastor. ing Worship II a.m. Sunday 1* These h'ealu1'essorneho"'remind you that ",i .-
ed to abolish the city's only Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night So
one way street. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer ::::: one of your responsibilities toward your p... :

Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. :> t:* adorable child is to teach him what realtreasures j S : .
Court Street will now be designated JacksonvilleBusiness -Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor :: ::: ti-a .5 --I ;; :
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.t as two way with parallel : are -friends, country, church i t ,

parking on both sides of iazcsuiykE:i BAPTIST,,,,,, .,;." good deeds, family, love of God, and quality / 4 i- ..jr .' i :
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the street. Reason given was so Sunday School 9:30;, Training ... i \ :.e,( .IIr.: 4 ot ,')trlt to aitfe a fe-V.' J $" MI8! jI '.in0) j" ,, r't *\ ." i "' ':
vehicle. can proceed south on Union 10:15 a.m.; MornlngiWor- ;::.x' o.q dlH : ()ft'J:1: j p \ ... .' '. '

to Court a traffic from Jefferson light on and TempleAve. get 7:30 ship: p.m.11 a.m.Prayer Evening Meeting Worship 7:30: i 1 1 That "Trick: or Treat" bag somehow reminds i

US-301). Wednesday. : M you of that scripture in Matthew that fti Yjf J\/* ,

The Street Department was DirectoryAuto Pastor Rev. Robert West t: goes, "Lay not up for" yourselves treasures .
"Too instructed to change the pre- ;: upon earth, where'' moth and dust doth CO"f 1 1 f*

owing their many out parent Inxlrail are of sent angle parking next to the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN m! rupt, and where thieves break, through and' .. "'{ 'J. .
old courthouse to parallel. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. S' '
cultivating their children." Sales and Service Morning Worship II a.m. Youth steal: But lavup for yourselves treasures, in ::

- - Fellowship 8 Choir Practice :: u-here neither. moth runt dothcorrupt -i <
- -- p.m. :: heaven, nor .
-I Parrish Motors Wednesday 8 p.m. i: :: and where. thieves do not break \ ::;: ",4'."'
F -Rev. Robert D. Burch :;
t First Assembly Of God I : thtough, nor" steal: for" where your treasure :: : .

PALES CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH m::f: is, there will your heart, be also." $ .. .'
t Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ,
'VOL'VO :: =*
t RAIFORD ROAD AND WELDON ST. PARTSAlwayi 8:30.: Worship Evening 11. Training Worship,Union 7:30., ..1.. You know that the church will\ help you in ..;u1RtAT e 1"1"\ 1 ......,. :

QoooI'Vaod Cars -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor : f:::$:;! this so you vow again to be faithful to every wi :: .:

t STARKE FLA. t tt ni, lawns. St. Ph. H4-SCM BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH i 1 ; j1 service, thankful for all the wonderful 4j I )1, / 11 ;:

; :::: workers there, asking God to help you and .; ;t .. I J.
Sunday School, 10 A.M. Morning Worship, 11 A.M. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ., / .
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Evangallitic Service, 7 P.M. t ELECTRIC MOTORS ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening i :::::: them :. 1 -.",..'. :;: ':
t Youth Service Thursday, 7:30: P.M. Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer :::::: c.or t' f. .

Midweek Service Thursday, 7:30: P.M. PEAVY Brothers Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. m :1 1.:.::SiS:: :::: .::;::-.:;::;:::::.:::::::::::.::: ::::::f.::: :::::::::::::::::::::..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::..:::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::':::::::!::::::::::::::::::;S:::::::::;::.::::::::::::::::::::::::..::::":.I..:.., 1':1: '\ :
.J.C. Saunders pastor :I
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Electric Motors Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday ;*:;:: IMi frinMlm .In .Mu .... vf M M fmfMiwt. .* sails. w m? of lilt ...11''IM| 1 :!;1;; ::
I Provisions t School 11 a.m. Morning Worship I 11; ..- hid. .KM,tnitonu"..k M kM M ttv will, lm>lt Sold\ Serviced Repaired 6 p.m. Training Union !1::::: ...... ...AIII. psi... .4. ....._*.....Id S..it .Th.. Sells ,1w lbs tak. .1 ''h. w.lf'i' 'b ::;::: I. :.
V 1. SALVATION 2. DIVINE HEALING '''Generators Staters Armature 7 p.m. Evening Worship. ::::: it. )IIMIItoIf 104. II" f.....y. ..,... _, ........ sveg puns lllould u..he". 0" pal :::::' ... o!
winding. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser- !:: : I Is .MM.. OMnk kmw .K. Mil!a.. rmMi,MM) .....', Hli, Nih,$ on< iniai'' ,. .Hit. ::: '' ;:;::; -

I 3. BAPTISM OF HOLY SPIRIT 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2328 vices.Rev.. Bob Cooper, pastor .' i::::;::::::: ,mm WMI 0...will M. 111,trw i.IM.S CUM. it M c.'.....*.. .... -'CIf'U 10.1\' :|.j:'|:::.:!. .:.:''

: 4. DELIVERANCE FROM OPPRESSION PIANOS AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH :- ?:.":;.*>:-:...''X;x:<;:v<<:::!::x:::<:::x::x:*:::wo:::::<::::;x:!:;Xvx:::::::::;x::::;x::::x:::;x:;::::x:;:;x:::;:;x::::x v;:;::;x:<;::::x X':;:::x::X'X::x:;:t;:::X':;::::x::::!;:;x x::::x:::::;x:;:;::x:;::;:::;:'X:1-::;::;;;:!:x:;::;::x-;xVS9ffSfS :;*;;-;;;:;*'.;.;.'.;:.;.*.:.:.:.:,:.:.:.:.:%;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;::%:i::'!::; I.

ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sr
CONN and K1MBALLORGANS Worship 7 '.
p.m. Wednesday
For Prayer or Counsel Call 964-8057 t Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, STARKE "66" f:
p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. rLORIDA :=
G.F. Prevail, pastor. Everyone SERVICE

Welcomo. 4sci': [ST Hill Edwrrrf-. Ph. 964-7231 f;

4 Sunday Service:Sunday Sc'lol)! 4' 4' Tire Tru.lq ;;

MADEYOORDERRUBBER 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, :: HeadUhtdJuaUn..
10:4: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: ... .. '.
p.m. Youth Croup Meet1ngSun- Brake Service

KIM ALI. "SWlNdER" day,-J.C.6:30: p.m.Brown, minister Carl Hurst Phon M44111 Wheel lUUnce andAlltrnment ::

ORGANS 330 E. Call St. Starke, FU.llioM .
WESTERN STORE 301 North, behind Tas-
tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Hlwsjr 301 mud 100 1_'"'..... and EatimatM AH Armor Repairs S ::

LITTLE.DUOE. vice School 11, a.m.10 a.m.and Worship 7 p.m. Prayer Ser-- CIO 8. Tat.4. Stark 617 N. Temple Ave. _

Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes. S Starke'i i::
STAMPS Western Store day.Leroy -
Olive pastor, E.L.

Western Clothing' .- Letther Crlffls, associate pastor. STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS BRADFORD

good Saddle and Trtllcia DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ABSTRACT CO. ;
Char eoa & Sttaroh Petty BROOKER Grocery

styles and Wtt S. Edtewond "-121' Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship ::.
many Services 11 a.m. and 7 VturIag Hardlwar Groctrfaa Mists .... lletler 1 Service For You

p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. GAS AND Oil. Title Problem :
available. Order FURNITURE -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor 0-_. PalM. s..u-
sizes todayfor c.- Jack cud G".,. E4war4a Abatract -
Discount Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng U. 8. 8f 1 ...... Stark Title Insurance !:
home school business. Furniture Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p. -ClMck With Us 111M. :, I:
m. 15H \\\ Call Ph. M4.MA1
St. .....1..,
BRADFORD living -Rev. John Ross, pastor lit WsakhwtM ;

4 ; 4f. .ectre-m Dlnkitf R.one .'I -, CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc. IJ

: rh3rapI WHO ntioM" and Teach courteous a child in to the be polite home Owa.d By TIMSJ W* Berv* 1st Twehr*.Mrtka. ,.......i'Msille. MHek.>.la. Our Memara UT. .iiisimsstAuislIvMzsarats.s ..\ ;:

. I-I' and, when he he Bi. .kl. Pkea 47S4tll8xlO
rLomoA' *.o..i '" c- I Block from grows up. *- i
I J. kee ...... .,.. 3M-1T4I will never be able to edge his -
>car onto a freeway. S S
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KEYSTONE]'( HEIGHTS --- h MELROSE 'i, Safety SaturdayThe Firearms Clinic I i' Indians Romp 59-0 i ii

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-. "" Clinic, sponsored by the Keystone LiuleMaranatha
Keystone By
Hilites/ i i'k'.VJt Sportsmen's Club will

I I News NotesBy 1 be held at the Keystone Air

By GLORIA. REDFEARN I park Saturday from Oct 9 30.a.m. to 3 P.m. -

PUo. Call 473.3288 or 473-4183 ItoUn Egan Don MoI1fan, club: presidentsaid Sophomore Larry Turknett, was forced to punt, and Larry a 15 yard run by Jim Leukelin

w-wSTw- ---- ---I that the Special Forces returning two punts for touch Turknett grabbed the ball and the fourth period. Mike Pac-

FAITH PRESBYTERIANThe MELROSE WOMEN'S CLUB Detachment of the Florida National downs and Intercepting: two galloped 96 yards for the sec- kard came onto kick the point :

,)MJMMUNITY CRIRCII'f become your treasure. monthly Fellowship Cov- President Mrs. Albert Back- Guard at Camp Blandingwill passes led the Keystone Indians ond Keystone TD. Mike Pack- after giving Keystone a 59-0 .. ;.:
[he the We will have a fish pond for .r..t HUH Family Dinner of mann of Keystone will presideat demonstrate the use of the Maranatha In a 59-0 scalping of ard added the extra point and rout over little Maranatha. .;:" ..
mmunlty; Church Women will the c"cdren.hat< will be filled Faith Presbyterian Church will the business meeting of the modern military weapons at Commodoreslast the Indians had an early 13-0 Coach Baylcis was overwhelming .:.;,": ;:
held Monday. Nov. 1, at 7:30: with "Santa's Surprises," so b* held Friday. Oct 29, at 6:30 Club on November 3, at 12 noon. II i-38 a.m. Thursday.It lead. In his praise for his :::;.
n. Please note this. Is an bring your children so they may >>.m, at the church. Hostesseswill Hostesses for luncheon Mrs. Firearm handling Instructions was what the KH hometown Next KH score was set up team especially the seniors. .:'
enlng. meeting. enjoy the festivities, too. be Mrs A.L. Schuerger Flo Becker and Mrs. Fran Kro for the 10 to 16yearoldage crowd has been looking for all by a pass interception by Tur lie singled out Mike Packard '.
rhe program Chairman, Mrs. The "Holiday House Tea and Mrs. Sam Lee. mer. group will start at 9 a.m. season. Thursday night was de- knett Paul Lelno went Into who played' fine game defensively
C. Cayle and her committee Room" will be open from 9 to The regular monthly circle: FELLOWSIIIP CLUB with .22 calibre rifles and ammunition sldnated Mothers Night, with the end zone with a 20yardpass after getting Into the-
ve planned an outstandIngam u a.m. and 2:00: to 4 p.m. Plan meeting will be on November provided by the club. the players' mothers intro- from quarterback Bobby line up Thursday night.
for the meeting. The to meet your friends (here and 11 at 9:30 a.m. Place to be The Fellowship Came- Fun Women participants will receive duced before the game ana I turner. This time Mike Wrln- The win Improved! Keystone
vodonal will be given by Mrs. visit with them over a cup of announced next week. Day will be at 1:30 this after Instruction starting at wearing corsages especially klo kicked the extra point and record to 2-3-1 for Ute sea-
told Ingram. member of noon. Game plays will be followed 10:30 ajn. Sharpshooters may Dreoared bv Mrs. Miller Wrin- KII led 20-0.

e Morning Circle and her de- tea.Lunch will be served from COMMUNITY CHURCH with a social hour Mrs. bring their own.22 calibre weapons kle !mother! of footballer Mike Before Uie fans could settle son.But, Coach Bayless is already
tionals are always Interesting. 11:30: to 2 pjn. Mrs. Raymond Ethel Weyman Chairman. and ammunition, or use Wrinkle. down, Robin Henderson scampered looking forward to Fri
d Informative. Farris Chairman, and Mrs. Pastor Stewart McCord announced Place Lions Club Bldg. those provided by the club. lurknett scored his first TU 56 yards for his sec- day's game with Bell.
The program will be given Roy Turknett, Co-Chairman, last Sunday that families Adult men and women will when he went 96 yards with the ond 'I'D. pushing Keystone to STA1ISTICS
Mrs. Betty Blanton who Is have planned a delicious lunch and Individuals may see MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThis compete In firing high calibre first punt of the game then an Impressive 26-0 lead at KH M,'\K
slstant minister of admlnlsadon eon. The menu consists of Swe- proofs of their photographs for club was scheduled to rifles at 1:30: pjn., and skeet tallied on a 50-yard punt return tc end of the first period. First I Downs 12 2
evengellsm of the First dish Meatballs over rice. Green the Pictorial Yearbook Director meet this morning (Oct. 28)) shooting will start at 3 p.m. In the second period. Jack Sheffield got the action Yds. Rushing :303 23
resbyterlan Church of Galnes- beans Assorted at the following time: on at 9:30 In the Clubhouse. Due Chicken box dinners will be The Indians mercilessly under way Li the second perIod Yds. Passing 20 68
lie and she wilt speak on fruit salad Friday Oct. 29, from 10 to to a c&ncellatio n last month. provided at $1.25 each with soft whipped the Commodores who when he raced 41 yards PC-PA-PI 1-3-0 4-22-3
Christian Education". Her cake."I18' coffee? and l lemon Pound 12:30.1 and from 3 to 8 p.m. the program was to be "The drink beverages provided by the fielded only 14 players and have for the Indians fifth touchdown Punts 1-21 5-26
troduction will)) be given by her will be for the luncheon On ::Saturday Oct. 30, from Making of other club. lost every !name this season.Robin Mike Shultz tallied his first Fumbles lost 0 1
jod friend and ours Mrs. 75C for $'-50 for adults and 10 ajn. to 5 p.m. Further Information type material Handbags." The firearm clinic has become Henderson scored twice six pointer from five yards Yds. Penalized 45 65

aude Watkins principal of chase children. You may pur- may be obtained by an annual event arrangedby for the Indians one '11) com- out then quickly romped 70
elrose School. luncheon tickets from calling Mrs. Roy Turknett of PERSONALS;: the Sportsmen's club In an ing on a 56 yard run. Mike yards for his second touch- Scoring:

This program will be of in- Organization any member of the Women' the church office. Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Dell effort to provide a public ser- Shultz also scored twim Including down. Danny Babb added an Keystone Heights 1)) Hender

rest to all' ages of womend day of the Bazaar.or at the door the Kyle of Keystone Lake left vice to budding sportsmen and a 70 yard TD run, and extra point and KH led 45-0. son, 10 yd. run; EP pass failed;

is one of the best programs Bazaar Chairman EASTERN STAR Wednesday Oct. 20,' by car, to promote the cause of firearm led the Indians in rushing with Another punt return by Larry 2) 'I'urknctt, 90 yd. punt return;
armed for the year as Mrs. Gregory Mrs. Thomas The Keystone Chaper of to spend a few days with Mr. safety.; 134 yards In six carries. Paul Turknett and Babb's second EP: Packard kick; 3)) Lelno :20!
(anton Is one of the outstand- Mrs. Barry Co-Chairman; OES will meet Tuesday Nov. Kyle's sister-in-law in Orlando Morgan said the club re- Leino and Jack Sheffield each point after pushed the Indiansto yd. pass from Hurner; EP-}::
g speakers In her,field You tions Mrs. R.N.Wyman, Decora- 2. at 8 pjn. Regular ctapterbusiness Before leaving they were gularly conducts the National had a touchdown for the Indians a whopping 52-0 lead at the Wrinkle kick: 4)) Henderson
UI love her warmth and charm. Tickets; Mrs. Sunderland. will be presented by feted by many of their friends Rifle Association: course in half 56 yd. run; IIP:: kick failed; 5S)
'lease attend and bring a guest. ; Frank risen) Publicity Worthy Matron Mattie Lee and associates and presentedwith firearm handling and marksmanship Henderson opened the scor- The Indians floated throughthe Sheffield 44 }d, run; KP;
it ; Mrs. James Cook. Klngsbury. A social hour will as part of Its continuing ing In the Jlrst period with run failed 6) |ou will find an. evening. well Workshop; Mrs. ER McLean gifts of remembrances.Their a second half, Coach Roy ; 5 yd.
of education.
ant. and Nursery Mrs. Mitchell follow In the banquet hall. plans were to leave program 54-yard drive by going In from Bayless cleared Ms bench,givIng run: EP run failed: 7) Shultz.

The Keystone Heights Com- Rabb. by Jet plane on Monday Oct. the 10 yard \\lne.\ Quarterback game experience\ many' 70 yd. run ; HP: flab) kick; 8))

iiinity Church Women will pre- Come early and do your shop HOMEMAKERS CLUB 25, for their new home In Tor- Stanley Wins Bobby Hurtier's pass for the players who don't usually see I lurknelt 50 )d. punt return;
The Keystone Club met on EP Babb
House kick 9)) Leukel 15
[ant the "Holiday of ping and extra point failed. action. ; ,
will Cal
we look forward about two miles
;ifts" on Friday the Nov. 5, from to seeing you Friday, Nov. 5. Mrs.October Agnes 20, Cuendet at the on home White of from rence the home, of their daughter Contest With] Moments later Maranatha Final KH touchdown came on yd. run; PP Packard kick.
6 at Educational
to at the Educational Mrs. Barbara K.
Building Hynds.
Sand Lake. The fine attendance
ullding. Please bring your friends and Indicated a busy year ahead, Frampton) Ave. Harbor CI//;)'. 11 1/2 lb. BassBob r .
Do your shop- neighbors and enjoy the day Louts and Dell have lived in
and find and plans were made for a future of Lake Two Sentenced
Ing early lovely hand- with us.WOMANS. Keystone 19 years and Louie Stanley Crystal (
ado gifts that you'I' could not meeting at Gadara Baptist told this reporter that it was captured top prize in this year's NEWS ABOUT
osslbly find In the stores. CLUB Church near Smith Lake their wish to remember their Fishing Derby sponsored by the
The Arts and Crafts "Poin- A sewing class for club mem- Keystone Spoilsmen's Club
The October 5 District V many friends who have been For Fire Ilunlin
ettla Boutique": will have many FFWC Workshop lIOn only\ started October 27 with an 11-pound 8-ounce black ;
was so kind to them with SERVICE MEN
resting Items to chooserom. held in WUUston. at 10 U n. at the Church gifts of some of their personal bass. :
Keystone Heights Woman's building At the October meet- furnishings and belongings. Stanley hooked the prizewinner Other Cases Set
The Handiwork Booth in santa Fe Lake beatinghis .
will Club members who attended ing the program was "The Mak- Several articles were sold and "
ontain lovely handmade arti- ing of Stretch Pants". Time previous entry of an 11-
were: Mrs. Earl Voyles Mrs the proceeds given to the Couples
les and It will)) surprise pound 3-ounce bass caughtIn --. Douglas M. Sullivan 17. and
you Ralph Griffin, Mrs. John Bird 10 a.m. Class of Community/; connection with. a fire-hunting
(hat you will find In "Christ. and Mrs. A.P. Hallman. Election of officers was held, Church.Mr. Little Santa Fe. Ronnie L. Sanford, 24, both of Incident In the Camp Blandlrig
nas Stitches.: The double win gives Stanleya Starko were sentenced by Judge Wildlife Management Aronsev
The Annual Alachua Federation and the following officers cho- and Mrs. Francis Egan -
The Toyshop will be filled of Women's Club meetingwas for 1972 President. Mrs. their close sweep of the first two placesIn Graham Hutchison of Lake Geneva : eral weeks ago.
: been
sen who have
the bass for adults.In .
vith all kinds of things tore category last
Saturday after
held at the pleading
Keystone lIelgbtaWoman's
Mildred Payton; first Vice friends since 1952 and came
children's bass division Sullivan
the and
pleaded guilty
little ones. The "Elves Club coffee guilty to three charges each InFi..t
following a Sec. 1 1J 1i
Marguerite of
Quagllano' from the same city; Syracuse,
elves" will be filled with a Scott Morgan, 10yearoldLake was sentenced on each chargeas
arlety of stuffed toys. hour and the club women Treas, Mrs. Roberta Dodd.a N.Y. at same time, were given Geneva fisherman, took follows: Attempting to take
catered the luncheon that
Our Kitchen Shop will be was the Lyle car, which was usedto first place with a 10-pound flounce ItupUst deer with aid of light and gun
served at the close of tie between Mrs. Al Bach- them to Mrs. Freeman .
tiled with pretty aprons tea the business drive entry.Runnerup. K..tr'n4.lIc'ihL.: at night. $51 fine and 60 daysIn
wets and things to use meeting. mann and Mrs. Emery Cooperand Kyle's home where she was Brett Cole county .!allj j attempting to take
rom "Mrs.many. Santa's Kitchen." The Fish Fry supper on Sat. Miss Iva Hlllyer and Mrs. graciously received us and of Keystone Heights with a 9- Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pastor deer during closed season, $51
The Christmas Holiday Gift day Oct 22, was a happy get R.P. Vogh; Fourth Mrs Donald served a delicious luncheon. pound 2-ounce bass. fine and 60 days; possession of
together for Aska and Mrs. W.J. Gro- Both Dell and Louis were very
Keystone In wildlife
will many Eddie Dickinson of Bedford ? gun managementarea
hop' certainly give
Heights and Melrose lick tired, and the four-day rest Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. :Morning during closed season, $51
the desire for Lake the
ou to decorate topped youngster'sspeck
friends and their guests. Mr. Winners for Thursday even- was a welcome opportunity; Worship at II. Church fine
hrlstmas. There will be many and Mrs..>-Azzle Williams A.log. Oct,,21, were:,First, Mrs. Joe Kerrigan of Sliver Lake division with. a 2-pound, Training,' 6:30.: Evening Wor-

usual Ian' to handmade visit the decorations"Mistletoe Chairmen of"the event;* wish to"--v-W.a, : : Grouch and Mrs. C.W. will be attending the second 2-ounce Chuck, came catch.fir'second His brother with ''a '"i I + shlp.,?7:30:: as saw' novi. .,, Sentence was suspended on Uie t.; as:

lorlst." thank the cdmmlttees,volunteer; ,Hardy; Second Miss Iva Hill- State of Florida Senior Citizens 2-pound, 4-ouncd specimen MondayYouth- Meeting Jail sentences on the first two
and all who attended the yer and Mrs. R.P. Vogh;Third, Conference on the pro- 7
You must visit the bake shops helpers and for the White Both specks were caught in p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal charges, with Sullivan placed on
Mr and Mrs. Bill Bartlett gram
; CO-day probation. The third fine
it will be full of all kinds supper. Lake 8 p.m.
r;goodies fresh from the oven, There will be a luncheon card and Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- The House state Conference meeting on will Aging.be Steve Ashton of Keystone of $51 was also suspended.

Iso home made candy Jamsnd party on Friday Nov. 12, at 12 mond Starnes. November 3 at Robert Meyer on Heights led the men's pickerel TuesdayChurchwide-

jellies. The "Sweete noon. Reservations Chairman PTA CARNIVALThe Hotel Orlando. Members of division with al-lb., 6oz.Jackthe ion. Konnle I., Sanford 24, of

>hoppe" is a place you must will be announced at a later PTA sponsored Halloween the Senior Club of Bradford only entry In this category Seaman Richard Foster son WednesdayFamily Night: Starke, was fined $51, given
date. Wilma Bell of Jacksonvillewas
lot pass up. Carnival for Keystone County; unanimously acceptedthe first In the women's bass of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foster Dinner 6:30: ; WMS: Council !90-day suspended sentences and

A Bazaar would not be complete DUPLICATE BRIDGE Heights School will be held on gracious offer of Mr. and division with a 10-pounder of Keystone Heights Is stationed Meeting, Brotherhood Meeting two placed on probation on each of
without a White Elephant Winners for Tuesday Oct Saturday. Oct. 30, at the City; Mrs. Karl Hoist to drive Joe caught In Smith Lake. aboard the Navy's aircraft RA, GA, Actccns. Mission deer charges at : attempting to take '. ,
article Park from 5 to 9 p.m. to Orlando. Former Vice President carrier USS Indepen- Friends, 7:15: ; Hour of Power, night with light and gun
jooth. You may find some : 19, were: First Mrs.Bill Bart- James Walker Jacksonville possession
The Carnival will be Mrs. Mary Allen, will 8 Adult Choir Kehearsal of gun In wildlife :',
preceded dence. ; 845.:
there that you have been lett and Mrs.C.C.Carnes;Second entered the biggest bream a area during, closed
'" by a Costume Parade accompany them. The carrier Is now on a Among our visitors In the season. lie
for time. An0- Mrs. Michael Falkel and
looking some I-lb., 2-oz. catch from Lake was given a ,1521 fine on the
beginning at the Fire Stationat Mrs. Dorothy Kerrigan Is Mediterrean cruise.INDIAN Sunday morning worship ser-
ther Man's Treasure may Mrs. C.W. Hardy; Third was Brooklyn. Chester Hall of charge of attempting to take
4:30: p.m.Committee. gaining careful Inn Is resting Jacksonville came in second vice were Mr. and Mrs. PaulF. deer out of r
Chairman for the and being anticipation : from Black Mr. and !Mrs. Ted season :'
with a 1-lb. bream Hall
carnival are as follows: Car- of several weeks visit In E. Brown, Mrs. Connie Home, I Iwo other W.C.
Lake. young men,
MIKE REDFEARNGeneral nival General Chairman. Mrs. late November and until after Ten-year-old Annette Walker Miss Kim Sibley, Pate Gas- toper, of Starke, and Glen;
George Richardson; Ticket Christmas and New Years with took first place In the BEACH sett, Miss Diane Carlson, Mrs. Williamson Keystone Heights
Chairman Mrs. relatives In Floral Park L.I., : Johns and Bessie
Contractor Mr. and children's bream division with Mary Mrs. will be heard before Judge Hut
Michael Redfearn, Food Chairman (Lake Santa Fe) M. Steele
N.Y.Mrs. chison at I p.m., Saturday, Nov
while three-
with 10-oz.entry
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL Mrs. B.F. Mlzell Jud Peggy Payne Is gaining year-old a Chantell Dickinson By: Michael\ If. Chilly 6, on charges In connection
Mrs. J. Miller slowly from her recent surgery Phone 475-1612 We have received with the
a good response same fire-hunting In-
gesDoor hooked 10-oz. bream to
Remodeling And Additions ; Prize ChaIrman and Is at home of Silver a In our new Wednesday' cident.
Mrs. Robert Crozler, Publicity; Lake. second place. Greetings, friends and neighbors Evening Schedule which beginsat
Mrs. Frank Jones has been John Finlayson, II, of Keystone from your Rolling- Other
FREE ESTIMATES Chairman, Mrs. Carol FeM; 6:30: p.m. with a covered cases disposed of by
Home Room Mother's Chair under treatment tests In Ala Heights pulled a 2-lb., Reporter, who wasn't rolling too dish supxr.| A good number ludgc Hulchlton, In the past
Licensed And Insured man. Mrs. Ernest R. McLean; chua Hospital In Gainesville 1-oz. Jack from Keystone Laketo good last week. No, my wheels turned out last Wednesday to week Included.l
Game Prize Chairman. Mrs. for the past ten days take top honors In the children' didn't come off, but I fell victim enjoy the fellowship over a louts Wilkins, Lake Cen-

CALL 473.3288 Thomas Sanders and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Vera Lambing and her pickerel divIsionwhile to the old cold bug Ho'i: good meal and participated In eva, found not guilty on char- "
Sanders; Decorating Coordinator Ian Ruggles Dodge have just Eric Mandrell 11, of Green been chasing me for a good the different programs that followed ges of assault and battery;case
for Jr. and Sr. High returned from a visit with her Cove Springs, came In second while and about two or three and stayed for dismissed. ,
Mrs. Barry Wyman; Candying Ion. Jerry in Christianstud, with a 1-lb., I3-oz specimen weeks ago he caught up with meetlru. prayer Hobby C, of Apples Mrs. Inez Trlest; Virgin Islands The exotic flowers Mrs. Patricia Hall of Jack- me, then last week ho slowedme towing :skier without observer ..'
and shrubs thrilled sonville topped the women'sbream nearly to a halt. But I'm
togrow Selling of Candy Apples Mrs. them The young people of our or mirror fined
Friendly place LonnIe Tuller; Snow Cones, and their ten days visit was division with a one- not DIng to complain, I'm church are meeting on :Mondayevenings $21 ;
of real pound catch just going to praise the Lord
The Cheerleaders and Ham- one Joy.A at 7 p.m. to enjoy John J. Potrakis,Jacksonville
.' money burgers and Hot Doge The very special pleasure was It wasn't worse, and for keep- their own 5 outh Meeting! under unlawful speed, guilty. $36
to be Invited to dinner by two Ing me healthy that long. My
Lions Club Legion Post the guidance of our pas fine 01 three days (In jail.
women and business associateswho mother Cricket and my grandmother
tor. This past week, tile) enJoyed lime: following defendants
HERE N' THERE Victor Borge's :Mrs Palma Chltty of
occupy Will MeetNovember I special music from two were found guilty of Issuing
Mrs. Stell Owslnay of Chester lovely home In his absence. Starke were Jacksonville and young Christian men from I'a- worthless. checks and were allowed -
Pa., mother of Mrs. Joel Mr. Barge employs these two <1 attended the funeral of the mo- latka, played games and then to make restitution and
f Roberts, has been visiting her ladles In Ma Achilles Alrboat ther of our next door neighbor met: for oiitli (bolt practice. pay court costs: George: I'.
daughter and family at their factory. They plan to visit Mrs. The next regular meeting of Raymond Malphurs. We extend All young people In tile area McDanllc, Keystone HelgliU
W Lake Brooklyn home for the Lambing when Disney World len Keystone-Melrose Post202will our deep sympathy to Raymondand from ages 13 through 20 are ertInce Green, Waldo; George;

past week. During her visit their Itinerary be held Thursday Nov 4, at hlSlamlly. Invited to attend. \bout25 young uetzman, Keystone Heights
they spent two days at Disney the Post Home Mr. and !Mrs Bar)! Barrows people were in attendance\ Monday !Rufus Donley, Waldo; Gary;
World near Orlando and reported celebrated their 50th Wedding evening. "i
Growth olio Keystone Heights.
a wonderful time. Rapid James F, Drew. Post Adjutant Anniversary Sunday with a tea

Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Rushton stated that the Post Is given by their children, Mr. -. -
have been awarded an all- Predicted For solvent and finances at an all- and Mrs. Frasier and Miss!

expenses paid trip to the Grand time high despite rumors to the Barbara Barrows. Congratulations
Bahama Islands by King Sales Clay County contrary. The Keystone PostIs : and may you have many
Company of Jacksonville. They leading the 5th District per- more! Yes
one lady's and
will be Joined by several other A population: increase to centage-wise: In membership, Dick and Frances Milliard
and a Building Committee were visiting their daughter one man's deluxe 10K
couples representing the same 45,000 by 1975 and 200,000 by I
headed by Irving Tyre Is In the Marsha Royster and family in
firm and will travef by char- the year 2,000 Is projected Class Ring with school
tered flight and will enjoy theho.pltal1tv for clay County in a comprehensive process of raising funds to Dunellon on Tuesday.
r ; of the Lucayan Beach plan prepared for the purchase the building Drew Bill and Jerri Coman of Jacksonville mascot and name will

Hotel Freeport Grand Bahama Clay County; Zoning Commission said. spent the weekend with :::'P. be FREE!
Jackie Larder and son. given away
Gland by A.L. Eulenfeld planning -
"There Is also an effort on InCon't. r
Powder Kitty and Jim Day were
Mr. and Mrs Johnnie T. Phillips consultant of the agenda to reactivate the
'for courteous of Keystone Heights toured Springs Ga. How t to enter -
friendly help,
Rely on us Auxiliary and It Is hoped that
the hills of northern Georgiaand The plan, which updates the with the cooperation of all concerned ( on next page) ( / simply visit

service when we welcome you to our the mountains of North guide adopted by the Zoning that this will be possible "' -
Carolina and some parts of Board in 1964 points out the ," Adjutant Drew said -
family of Savings Account Depositors. Tennessee visiting the fields switch from rural to urban WOODBURNSGem
and woods between Hlw..... already taking plaoe In Clay Joe Jesnes of Johnson Lake S.E. MCKAY

Dam and Ducktown: Term. They County and suggests the "re- was the winner of the rifle given REALTOR
Rely on our liberal interest returned las{ week, reporting tenton of strategically located away on October 18. The Jewelry
very beautiful agricultural forested and undeveloped Keystone Post also has all Keystone Hu. 473.4816
growing scenery at this
rates to ftfep your money areas to provide
time of year when the leaves school programs of the American
/ /faster'&SKSKK&: are changing/ colon needed open space and bua'erzones Increase Legion in the local school HOMES. ACREAGES 109 E, Call St.
business areas
as this and
year sponsors the clubScout -
KEYSTONE STATE BANK BY MELROSE DEPT Other recommendations call I .

The Melrose Volunteer for burying overhead power The Executive Board ... .
Fin will Hll. .Ib. Il. 471-4740
and! ,
and concentrating commercial reglatertoe
: -
Heights, Fla. Department lines meet on November< 18 Cal, I. Ch...lKton47J.4A7
Member.D.I.C1 Keystone cordially Invites development to leave at the L..Robin.on' 47JI041Pich.lC ( '>O'fO'mberOlh' Jr,\.ing.""
their Keystone friends to their for attractive residentialareas Post Home. All members are ; !>rr 47J-405) "o.llIn.0: buy
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Halloween Carnival festivities space for low and mlddleclas urged to attend the next regular -

4o Community.* 'to on,Saturday p.m. M,,JO. from. 4 Income housing veterans meeting.and are invited all to eligible attend

OCt. ?3. 1971 'Felcraph;; ; I' ''', 1S lii ;

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Wednesday October, saw the difference In the game. burn for a touchdown and a TOY POODLESAKC registered -
Kitchen's Tile Increase their Builders got back in the game 12-7 lead Dean Brown Increased CLASSIFIED<< AD KATES for sale Had all shots FOR SALE: 1964 Chevrolet FOR RENT- wide 2 bed-
record to 4-1, their only loss when David Gaines scored on the lead to 18-7 on 8 weeks old Phone 473-4414. station wagon, automatic trans room trailer outside city; limits JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
going to Badcock.: They downed a pass from Prevatt 50 yards a 7 yard run and then passedto Minimum Charge .... ...1.71Cover 2tp 10/28 mission. Good condition. JB. White 964-6114. If SPORTS
Draw-Tlte.26-13. and when the half ended Koch Prevatt for a 19-7 lead. ( IS _....) $650.00. MIllard Judd Phone no answer call 9648799.
Kitchen's scored first; at had a 7-6 lead. Jeff Norman broke loose on a FOR SALE: l motor bicycle 964-5951. Itchg. MOORE BOAT FOR
Larry Mercer ran five yards Koch took a 13-6 lead In the 35 yard touchdown run and then Back word ever II-TeHe Peugeot), made In France 100
for me touchdown. Mercer than second half as Prevatt to Mike passed to Mike Cole for the Extra Charge If mat'' miles per gallon. $250.00. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom con- YOUR MONEY

passed to Steve Thomas for the Kitchens. Builders had an opportunity extra point and as the half paid In advance Wadsworth Electric Hampton, crete block house near shopping ING Ph.'984-5791'
extra point and took an early to tie the game when ended Builders led 1914. Fla. Phone 488-1H5. Itp. center. Low down payment Stark
lead. 70. on the last play of the game Opening the second half Nor- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY. easy terms. Call Bu- Complete Outboard AStern
,Later In the half after along David Galnes took a pass from man scored from 20 yards out, fl." Per lash STARKE BAIT 'N' Tackle: ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760 and
Jim Prevatt and raced 30yards climaxing a 75 yard drive which Earthworms, wigglers live P.O. Box 238. Starke. tfchg. HOMESAVAJlASlf Drive
drive Mercer hit Thomas for the twefth point. But the took eleven minutes and Good- Memorials IteeehitloMProclamations bait. 60S W, Madison, next to Repair. Complete Fiber-
with a 5 yard pass In the end attempt for the thirteenth and man's took a 20-19 lead Builders ate -7e word. Jackson's Mlnlt Market. Free Class Repair. Custom-
tone. Mercer then ran the extra tying; point failed and Koch hada regained the lead
on Jim CARDS coffee to the early fisherman. FOR built Fiberglass Fishing
OF THANKS .,....
14-0 leadat The
point to take a 13-12 victory. loss was Prevatt's
55 yard kick off .
return 0 ajn. to 7 ajn. Itp. S p.v. I.el
half time. number three for Builders. M words er !es .. ......I... LOT Boat.
.KIt- and then passed to Stu YOUR
The second half saw Xa,h rONN
word M
chen's continue their domination GOODM 'S OIL 19 Rayburn for a 26-20 lead. Ed- ILa OM INC
as Willie Ortega spotted CONNER INS. 0leading die Akridge tied the game up person 4 ,11/18.Longhorn Restaurant WATER FRONT LOTS
Gene Melvin In the end zone Goodman' on a 65 yard pass play from W. X3,5001600HSF FOR SALE ,
Service Norman and Goodman's then ------------
hit him with a 7 yard'pass Station recorded Its On Crosby Lake and Crosby
good for the touchdown. .The fourth win against no losses took a 27-23 lead on a Normanto movla Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
extra point was no good and when they downed Conner 19- Smith pass .1a..Fla. call 964-8606 Mobile HomeCLEANING wide. 8 feet deep) Located on
the score stood 20-0. 0. With time running short Pre- tfChff FT. State Road 100, 3 miles West
Draw-Tlte couldn't move the Larry White: was the ace for vatt went back to pass, found of Starke Fla. Ideal for vacation f
ball and Kitchen's again got a the undefeated Goodman team his receivers covered, decidedto WATSON'S I Building LotsAveiltable cottage mobile. home or
It run and sped 40 yards for -
drive going. Crlggs capped running for three thouchdowns Inveltment.
with a 4 yard pass to Steve on runs of 25. 78, and yards. the six pointer that made the ,. .'HOVSL'OY'VACUUMs'' : Eateries Washing And I UVlHQ AREA Prices start at 41,29i.o0. $200
Thomas fora touchdown.Grlggs Goodman's led only 6-0 at half score Builders 32 and Good.ma's Many brands of tum vacuums Metal Reef Sealing I down and $35.00 month for M
then passed to Randall Mc- time and Conner's had several 27. Prevatt then added 939.00 op.'Used machines from Need a lot for your dream 'nnnrhy ((8 1/2 % simple Inter
Gee for the extra point and scoring opportunities but could the conversion for a33.27lead. $10. Expert Repairs all make. ( For Free Ettfmatei, l home? We've got 'eml All CALLSLADE ) .
Kitchen's had a commandinglead not get Into the end zone. Goodman's had Just minutes Facia.and Accessories torjUl Coll utilities available. Financing .Call 964-7701 8 a.m.'to 9
of 27.0.DrawTits. Turning point In the game left to tie the score and following vacuums; Bum lit Central.vac-, also available. If you're Interested pjn.'weekdays. .tf
then gathered Its came early in the second half. the kick off put the ball umn-cleaning systems/712 N, call u.. .Starke -.-
forces not wanting'to be shut Conner Ins. initiated a driveon in play at their own two yard Main Gainesville 976-7110 964-8437 First, Inc., 964-5000 at First LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
out. Dean Johns hit Calvin their own 30 :yard line and line and were forced to pass Federal & Country Club ready for
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62 yards to put Draw-Tlte on they ran out of downs. On the pick off the pass and returned Night HOMESERVICES Lots area approximately 1/2
the Scoreboard. The extra point next play White ran right up It to the end cone to wrap tNKVKAKCMAT 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South acre and larger.*Paved roads
was not good, and the score the middle and went all the the game up. The 40th point BZDVCK9 BAOTOWFBHC. &Ta/ L-------------. 641 ft, on Hwy: ; $8,500.00 Cash only 3 minutes- from town.
was 27-6. Late In the half way for a 12-0 lead. Jeffrey was recorded on a Prevatt to BOAT Call Bill Powell Brokr % 964- Call 984-7701 I, 8 aim.'to 5 p.m.
after making a good drive after Norman then converted for a Doug Reddish pass. DOTUaVK. a moa: CARL BEGGS 6464 or 964-6810 tfchg
a pass Interception. Dean 13-0 lead. White's 25 yard run The win by Builders evened DannuNG* .ACNENC .
Johns found Steve Ashley In the made It 190.BANTAM their season record to 3-3 while W Gulf Service BUILDING LOTS on SR, 16. -
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point and the score read 27- DAY. OCTOBER 21- four wine.KOCH'S. 1IW far wrecked Cars Powell Broker 984-6464 or CoDed Thousands of Plants
A Hole la .Your Roof
KOCH'S DRUGS 12 M Hear Wrecker ftorlee 9646810.
Fruit Trees Trees
13.Second 7814055. Shade ,
of the night saw DRUGS 26
: game GOODMAN'S 7 'OrA '
Badcock: down the winless RedNecks Koch's Drugs did what no CONNER INS. 7 Fuel Oil) Evergreens Camellias,

44-18. The Red Necks team had been able to do all Koch' Drugs downed Conner .WHOLENEW VM Care LISTINGS NEEDED ON Azaleas'! Roses
gave them a battle all night season and that was to pin a Ins. 26-7 and the win cou- tlwy. Ml N.Wale Homes Acreage, Farms Tim- Moot la cans Plant AnpUmeLANDSCAPING
but Just couldn't put enough defeat on front running Good pled with Goodman's loss allowed 4tt-ItM ber and Timber Lands, Lake
points on the board, John Watson man's Service Station. the green Jerseys ofKoch' property.; A.J. Thomas Real-
tl MI. SE. of Star, Hwy. INFtormhoma
hit Woody Strickland with Koch's did it by scoring 12 Drugs to take over first ROOF tor Tel. 9645701. SEWINGMACHINE
a 40 :yard bomb good for the points In the first half and place In the league standingsand M9-I1IS

first touckdown. Watson' then then playing good defense to set the stage for some J & J Roofing Co. CALVES FOR Sale-A.J.Faulkner DAY CARE CENTERPutnam .

passed to Townsend Strickland stop repeated drives by Good- very Important games coming phone 468-1245 Waldo. Hall School needs toys, new I
for the extra point. Secret 7-0. man's In the second half. up.Three Phone 964-8773 Sip 10/21 1 or used Call 473-4806 after The GJaa '.Shop
A later"" Watson for the four Sales and Service
few plays Jackson Prevatt got Koch'sfirst league Hlway 301 South 6 pjn. lip
scored on a 10 yard ruhj'The touchdown when he wentIn teams have now shown that they PFAFF. NECCHI ) ::,
extra point was no''good' 'and from five yards out climaxing are capable of beating the ot.r FOR RENT- Furnished A unfurnished FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 bed- New Home Glass
Badcock had the lead 13-8.'" a 45 yard drive. three and the last place team DISCING apartments In town, room house with sun mnm. Universal For __
Then the Red Necks got things Koch's second score came Conner Ins., has a tie game and Garden Work done. also house In country. W.H. Central heat and air, locatedat
going their way and drove /In with only five seconds left In with the present league lead- Small 9S4-5015.and 4tp large 11/11 area Call Nollman. tfchg IOUA and luu westraone $49:50 up AH CARS anj.TRUCKS

for a score with Mike McRae the first half. Koch's had Just ers.Koch's 964-5606.tfchg. Parts & Repairs on WhlIe'U Walt
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the last 10 to he had little difficultywith
running yard Intercepted a Goodman pass at ;
all other Make MaCiiATIONAL
end zone. The extra jOint, was their own 30 yard line. Jackson Conner today building up TRADE Would like to Trade FOR SALE: Golf Clubs 5 Custom VlnyJ! to Tops
not good and with less-than 3 a 26-0 half time lead and Vox Amplifier and Gibson Electric ler BrownVolkswagen woods 9 Irons putter bag Mali\'ChmeMARY
minutes to /KD- in the half I', the Prevatt fired the bombto then coasting to the victory over Guitar for Bass Guitar and golf cart. Dale Brown, 1017 N. .

score was' 13-6. Greg Watklna and what turned the error plagued Conner team. and Amplifier Call 964-7337. 964-6050. lip.
Badcock then proceeded to out to be the decisive touch- A Jackson Prevatt pass to All yr..Univ. Ave.

I put three touchdowns on the down was scored on the final early Rex Siemer 6-0 lead.game A Prevatt Koch's an FOR SALE- br house and 8 Gainesville, Florida
board. Watson passed to Blsh of the first half and Koch's Carl Hamm to Iota In Hampton Phone Hampton DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY 378-1355'
Bishop one yard for' the head a 12-0 lead at half time. pass made It 12- .
1 0 ) 488-1274 or 468-1(66. 2tp
and It 13-0 *
t half belonged offensively was when Hamm \I-** *
first touchdown to make the The second 10/28 WEDDINGS
Goodman's but passed to Prevatt for the extra New Use '
After to
*pass, Watson hit Ronnie Thomas Koch's defense held up web enough point. Hamm got loose on FREE TO homes lain Service COMMERCIAL PUMPSNEW
good only 'ttII!
a 25 yard scamper and Pre- 1\
with a 11 yard touchdownpass. to allow the league leaders 1/2 SpItz Phone 964- 114 N. Walnut
Score: 256. A few plays seven points. Larry White vatt converted the extra point 8718. puppies.. ) 1 ML North of Tko ManGAXNXSVaUC Starke 964-S181l
for a 20-0 lead Just before AND USED
later. Badcock: Intercepted scored the six points and passed : :
ther pass and Watson hit Woody to Bobby Smith for the seventh the first half ended Prevatt . . . .
Strickland with a 20 yard pass point. broke loose for 30 yards anda SALES
and Badcock had Jumped 'out The win by Koch's moved 26-0 lead.Canner PARTS SAME
front 31-6 with a minute still them within a half game of got on the Scoreboard BEACH :8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired For Sale By Owner SERVICE
left In the half.They had scored first place. Both teams now In the closing: minutes of the and cleaned at Dahmers Discount Deep and Shallow Wells
18,points In two minutes. have only one loss, but Koch's game on a 40 yard run by BUILlD'ldy (Lake Saala Ft) fast service tfchg 20 acres: on SR 100 4 Mile Water PRICEAS
The second half saw Badcock: has a tie game of their record. Byj: Michael H. Chltty South of Starke. Frame Softeners and

continue their scoring as Watson Pbeae 479-KU House with new roof. 1400ft. FJltersPlumbing
STANDINGSKoch Drugs 4-
\ hit Woody Strickland with STARKE BUILDR ....
a 40-yard pass good'for' a STARKE BUILDERS 26 4-1. Goodman' 4-2, Builders INTERESTED IN BUYING on HI way 833 ft. on < Supplies ]
touchdown. The extra point Was CONNER INS. 7 3-3..L Conner 0-5-1. (From, preceding page) Graded Road. flUM*.mJacksonville
not good and Badcock: ,led. 37- Starke Builders,trying to stay SCHEDULEThursday; Orlando over the weekend visiting OR SELLING ONLY $13,950 EXPERT SERVICE ON
12. The Red Necks then Dialing In the running for the league Oct. 28-3:45: Kochvs friends and taking In Dl REAL ESTATE ALL MAKES
good defensive ball put another championship! really laid It on Builders; 5 P.m.,Goodman'svs lie)' World.Tom 29% dn.-balance $86.79 'mo, PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE -
touchdown on the board as Gu- the league's last place team, Conner. and Lillian Norwood have 102 E. BROWNLEE
pta ran It In front 7 yards out Conner Ins. 26-7. Tues., Nov. 2- 3.45: Good- returned home after a nice tripto CONTACT Call Bill Powell 964-6810 !
The extra point was 'no good This represents the most man's vs Koch; 5 p.m., Con- visit their children. They
and the score was 37-18.r, points scored by any team this ner vs Builders. visited Larry and Tracey and GEORGE ROBERTS After 5 P.M. PUMP &: SUPPLY CO.
Ba cock: added one more season. Builders had taken a Thurs., Nov. 43:45: Builder children In Manassa. Va. and Taking application foi
touckdown before the' (game 7-0 lead early In the game vs Goodman's; 5p.m.,Con attended the first two games of REAL ESTATE '
ended. Watson passed 7 yardsto when Jim Prevatt went In from ner vs Koch. the World Series On the way' PHONE 964.7026 SAVE WE REPAIR and sell nearly FHA 235 ,I
Thomas. Watson ran'for the 10 yards out and passed to home they visited their daughter every needle made for any '"
extra point and the final score Jeff Jockel for the extra point. CERAMICS CLASSES Alma Eddy and family. 421 W. MADISON ST. Those Long Distance brand stereo regardless of age. New Brick' '3'and 4
was 4418. Conner Ins. tied the game Ceramics class: will be held Dorothy and Sam: Butler of Also the long play records at Bedroom Homes I
,STANDING (thru Oct' 20.flv at seven all when Wade Winkler every Monday and Thursday. Ormond Beach spent last Sun- Phone Calls $1 off regular price at Dah-
games) Badcock 5-0 'KIt- hit Jay Godwin over the nights from 7-10 p.m. and day with her mother Mrs. Jo SALE AT OLIN'S MO'JILE mer's Discount tfchg Can for .Details
chen's 4-1; Draw-Tlte 1-4; ; RedNecks middle and Jay then ran 40 Tuesday. morning from 9 ajn. strandberg. Thursday afternoon HOMESAll 1972 models 91.- W. now handle air line Low Down Payment I
05. yards for the six points. Winkler noon beginning October 25. Mr. and Mrs. NeSmlth 000 saved U $10.000 earned tickets, cruises, and tourt. and Moderate Monthly)
SCIIEDULEWehmeday *.*.:,' then passed to Lee Caseyfor of Hampton Lake visited her. Olin will save you $500 to $1.- j
Nov :"5- 7:30.: the point that tied the game. Mr. and Mrs Charlie Thompson 000, more in some capes Let We offer a special package j Payments
On the last of the first of Lake Alfred week- me It.SR-100 West. Phone '
Draw-Tlte vs. Badcock; 9. p.m. play were prove Tour of New LONGGHAMP, HOMES
Red Necks vs. Klchen's. .- half Prevatt threw the bomb end guests of Fred and Vera 984-5600. tf-chg. Vicon
Wed. Nov. 10-7:30 Red Necks with Dean Brown on the receiving WeRepair Swearingen. Disney World I Phone M48U01.Be

vs. Badcock 9 Draw- end and the play cov- Gall Marshall of Miami spent Call 964-7449 > ..aj ,afa>
Tile ; p.m. ering 80 yards gave Builders the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 'TV'
vs. Kitchens.
Wed. Nov. 177:30 Draw- a 13-7 half time lead. Eckland. TOWN FINANCE CO. j mad to
: your
The second half was all Bullders The fishing seems to be a P.O.
Tile vs. Red Necks 9 Box 226 N.
; p.m., Tempi. individual
Kitchen's as they added two more little better now that the weather i1I hearing :
VI, Badcock. SEWING
touchdowns one on a 30 :yard Is cooling off. Roy Griffin j Avenue requirements at no MACHINE-Cleaned.
KOCII'S DRUGS run by Prevatt and the othera and Pop Crosby caught 12 REFINISB1NQ oiled and,adjusted in ,leanerrepalr your
TAKES LEAGUE Prevatt to Dean Brown pass. bass Tuesday. Wednesday Roy i ALL TYPES 1 additional cost. home.,$5.00. Vacumn
LEADERSHIP IN Doug Reddish scored an extra TYPEWRITERS caught 5 before 11 a.m. I hear UPHOLSTERYExpert I IBT WE also. All work guarant
HAVEPanty eed. Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone
BANTAM FOOTBALL. point. tnat Darly Barrows got a nice ALL MAKE HEARING
The week of Tuesday,',Oct. The win was only the second 6-1/2 pounder last week also WORK 431-1428 tfchg

19, through Friday. Oct. 22, for Builders but they are onlya ADDING Alfred Hudson and Mr. Sapjwent ReprodicUoM HoseIN AIDS REPAIRED ,
was a very eventful.one In game and a half out of second to Orange Lake on Saturday
Bantam Football and shook the and two games out of first and caught 75 specs 2 C. E. JACKSON AINESVILLE HEARING? 1LE.

standings. up greatly. MACHINES bass and a cat flsh. 1311 W.,JfaJlaoo Starke STOCK AGAIN AID co. ff '
During the week Koch's Drugs RESULTS FRIDAY Larry Klnchen caught a nice PURNTTUREQuality
racked up three victories and OCTOBER 2- 3- /4 Ib, bass off the dock ATBargain 1137 H. W. 23rd Ave.
moved Into first place. Good STARKE BUILDERS 40 Sunday. afternoon. It was a beauty -
man's dropped two of tee GOODMAN'S 27 ; and the largest one Larry Reduce safe and fast with Go- Gainesville, Florida 32601 ] : Home Furnhhinga
fames and fell to second place. Starke Builders really put It ornckc surruiaIIPi has caught. .. Tabllts & E-Vap "waterpUll" Price Phone 376-0095 f Ciutom Draper!**

Starke Builders won',two of together today and pinned a 11R1Z'or! Gladys and Lamar Malphun Andrews Pharmacy.( Carpeting
three games and fell to second 40-27 loss on the league leadIng have returned home after 11/25 S Interiors by: Victor,
lace. Starke Builders won two Goodman's scoringStadogame AftMMG MMnnf: >r spending last week In Jacksonville Of 1100 Park Ave Orange F141.$331r
of three and are now only one In the highest taking care of business Cottage for Rent Furnished tfT.
game out of second and a game of the season.This following the death of his 3 rooms and bath.: Phone 964- LEW'SWELDING
and a half out of first. < game saw the scoringof mother Mrs. Emma Keller. 5337. tfchg. 2IHOUSE ) SHOP
'It Is anybody's guess who 10 touchdowns and seven Bradford Their son Raymond, and La-
will be In first when.next week's extra points by the two teams. mar's sister Betty; Knowlesand FOR SALE3 Bedroom Home WTffiNGlllllt
article comes out. Jimmy Prevatt had a field County daughter Linda, returned Whispering Pine .Mo-
with them for on 2 1/2 acres land Han well tel US 391 S. Phone "
day for the winning team scoring a visit Freddie -
stocked' fish
BANTAM RESULTS TUESDAY four touchdowns himself Hurst and daughter of Jacksonville pond Pecan and 964.8252 ;
Telegraph fruit trees. $12,500 $7200
for touchdown visited them the ARI.
OCTOBER 19- passing a scor over
'KOCH-S DRUGS 13 3 v. ing two extra points and passIng weekend Sunday, Bob and Y- Call down.Bill Monthly Powell payment Real Estate 60.63. OF'MILO UTILITY TRAILERS ,
STARKE BUILDERS 12 for two extra point. Altogether votme Joseph and Bob Remley Broker. 964-6464. CUSTOM BUILT !
Koch's Drugs! won Its second he accounted for 34 wife and daughter were visit tfchg. Lawte, Fla.AJI11B1MI CAS AND ELECTRIC

game of the :year and tight- points. ing.Mr. FOR SALE- 1971 HI- WELDING BRAZING
tuned Its hold on second place Prevatt took the opening kickoff and Mrs. Charles Walker Lander used 8,;times METAL (
by edging Starke Builders 13- 50 yards for a 6-0 lead. and son; Mrs. Helen Walker camper SHEET .
B In an exciting game, .. Goodman's regained the lead and Mrs. C.F. Shawver of 1200. Phone 4965071.. LaButI.r. .,... ftXIK 9'-11 I"-"- I TRAILER HITCHES .10011etfTtea.allA

'Koch got on the Scoreboard 7-6 on Mike Cole's 40 yard ./ Jacksonville were Sunday visitors lip. Idrne. $1. a1w.. ...... FtwM ... INSTALLED
first when Carl Haanm ran 35 run after taking a pass from of Mr and Mrs. D.W. ter sae a weed. pay 1ast.et
yards for : Jackson: Jeff Norman and Norman's pass Carpenter. Mark Reddish of FOR RENT: Store and apartment .- ....... war. ....
i Prevatt ro passed to Hamm to Bobby Smith for the extra Starhe spent Friday right with combined, next to Hl.Lo -.N' CINIW laettASASrrtttetfcahMn
for the conversion and as It point. tIIem. Grocery. ReI. 16 Ralford, 431- 711 ... ..' ws IMMTT MATE R' roeseifAeelgTACA

tamed out that CODY,"'" was Prevatt passed to Stu Rari That all for this"week folks 1881. Itchg.' M sN r M gee.. Ofrsd 'tibd61l'rlthusrsafoo :S

h see you next time.'. ....- ... Fti.lfy, .14eM' AraAlhrnae :on. .
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