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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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a change apparently t i.' b r yroJ,{

expected and which has In Timber Case

brought little comment, newly
elected Starke Police Chief
Jimmy Bowen's departmenthas -J r:
been shuffled by I QVW A compromise settlement for payment of$88,397 in timber
resignations of three men. taxes owned by Container Corp. of America for 1968-71 was

Two officers have already _RenderingPlant agreed to by the Bradford County Commission in a special
been replaced. meeting at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26.

Former Asst. Chief Bill If both parties agree, the compromise could lead to the end
Chambers, a department of timber tax protests which have been made against
veteran who ran against CanContinue
Bradford County every year since 1965. County officials,
Bowen for the in the
post including Tax Assessor Gene Long, seem to be pleased if the
recent city election, is the top compromise can be worked out.
man to leave a city FD post.
Chambers had been acting Under the compromise. Container will pay the gross
chief since the resignation of iji amount due, with no discounts, with the county waiving In-
former Chief Ken Fuqua. terest and penalties. Interest would have amounted, at six
There was no question about : percent per year, to some$10.000, according to Tax Collector
Chambers' leaving, Bowen To OperateNational J. R. Kelly, But estimated court costs would have cost the
says, pointing out that the county around $20,000.
department could not have
two bosses. Protein, Inc., the The compromise was promise, saying it will be
Patrolman Mervin Jackson beleaguered Hampton ren- agreed to by three of the five beneficial to all concerned to
and Claude Hardee also dering plant, was given county commissioners: settle out of court.
resigned after Bowen's another lease on life followinga George Roberts, Dave End in the long siege of
election. second all-day hearing Shuford and Chairman Ralph timber suits was thought to be .** '
Instead of naming an Wednesday. After six hours of Bryan. Roberts and Shuford near in December 1972 when
assistant chief to replace testimony, attorneys for the were a committee named to then County Attorney Theron
Chambers, Bowen has named plant and the State Depart negotiate. CommissionersDave Yawn, now a circuit judge'
three police lieutenants. ment of Pollution Control Paulk and Eddie Allen
FA, !,l f jKL4 thought litigation was about to
Veteran Harold Crews has qItescueworkers reached an agreement for were not present at the special I end. Yawn successfully
been named the chief continued operation of the meeting. defended the county's positionon
lieutenant. Scotty Khoden and facility during a four-month Roberts and Shuford the value of timberlandsfrom
Julius Eunice, two young period during which a two- recommended the corn- 1965 winning a decisionfor
officers, are the other two phase scrubber will be in- the county on the t 1905
lieutenants.Two stalled as a last step in timber tax appeal in a trial in
new officers have been management's; effort to City Budget 19C7; ,' and getting summary
hired: Roger Eugene Duboseof WEB? eliminate otiensive odox!:... judgements each since from
Lake Butler and John After the scrubber is installed MeetingSet 1968-71, based on the
Howard who comes from and a Bradford County Deputy work hard Hospital last Saturday night after she was injured In a one1' the plant will be similarity with the 1965/; case.
Tallahassee. A third man is getting Sandra Douglas ready for a trip to a Gainesville car accident near lirooker.4f :. granted a one-year operating
expected to be named in a few under The case became a land-
permit a $30,000 per TonightA
mark in Florida, with Yawn
days Bowen says, to bring the formance bond, providing a
force back to its full com- forfeit of $1,000( )( day for successfully arguing the
per special meeting to continue -
timberland tax case all the
plement of 12 men. each day DPC deems the work on the City of
The chief has put the force In Brooker Family Hurt facility operating out of Starke's proposed 1973-74 Court.way to the Florida Supreme.
back 8-hour shifts, insteadof
on with and
the 12-hour tours of- compliance air water budget is set for 7 p.m. But early this year, after:
duty
pollution control regulations.The tonight, Thursday, Nov. 1, Yawn had been elected a
(See Page following stipulations, according to the office of City circuit judge, the U S.
4)e as recommended by John Clerk Merrill Edwards.The District Court of
Appeals
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Ketteringham, DPC city council will be sitting in Jacksonville, ruled
When Car Rams Into TreeFour engineering expert in the fieldof meeting armed with results ofa that the l G8-7l timber tax
c J J1l!wount (driera !! air and industrial wastes, utility rate study. suits could not be summarily
'; were agreed to by both sidesas The council is working on a dismissed on the basis of prior
3:. conditions for continued tentative budget which shows suits. The appeals court, in a
members of a Brooker operation of the controversial some $34.MX( surplus from an ruling which favored Con-
family were injured, the plant which manufacturers a anticipated income of tainer Corp., ruled that each
mother high protein product from $1,826,644. The budget has year of timber tax protests
1973 Chevrolet in poultry processing waste for been balanced by the processof must be decided upon its own
were riding use in animal feeds: adding to anticipated in- merit.
-., pavement and ,I -The processing of blood at come, rather than cutting Yawn has moved for and
-,.,...... -... pine tree on '- the plant shall not exceed proposed expenditures.The received summary
miles south of in the
specified capacity.An council has also been judgements 68-71 caseson
Mrs. Ethel Hill engineering report on advised of a need to get all city the basis, as he stated it to
RUMMAGESALE is still in critical operation of the plant to be utilities on a paying basis and the county commission in
under made every two weeks. has been waiting on results of December 1972.\ "There's nota
Alachua General (See Page 4)) the rate structure study. nickel's" worth of difference

Gainesville, "

Saturday family.information U-turns Taboo In Bi killers: District: Fillto the The Circuit ruling Court's did not decision reverse in

Nov. E t the 1965.67 cases! but did open
Three
; Drivers who make Uturnsin the new State Uniform
Susan 10, business districts are in Traffic Control Law. the 68-71; cases again to the
9a.m.3p.m.BROWN Douglas, 12, were violation of the law, according possibility of litigation.The .
in the crash ir Col. Reid Clifton, Directorof county commissionnext
LEE STREET released from the Highway Patrol said retained Attorney Gene
(ad Minit Mart) hospitals the Jncljje Grt"t'n "When making,; U-turns in Shaw, its present county attorney
the wreck.\ areas other than business to represent the
had lacerations districts, drivers should county in the timber suit case.
St. Edwards and were Wins'! Awurd remember that such Shaw'has worked on the case
Altar Society University of maneuvers are dangerous and since February Both he and
Center. Circuit Judge R. A. "Buzzy" should use caution. Check the commission have been
mother were Green has been awarded the traffic carefully before tur reluctant to go to court in the
General. Sandra Heginald Heber Smith Award ning." 68-71 cases, thinking that a
FLEAMARKET tussion and a lor his work as public On the open highway court trial would prove ex-
defender prior to his vehicles shall not be turned pensive.
out.Mrs.. Douglas, becoming a judge. around to proceed in the op- Shaw began negotiations
Ernest Douglas, The award, highest honor posite direction in areas of with Container. The com-
Saturday "improving bestowed by the National curves or hills unless they can mission's committee was
Nov. sister-in-law, Legal Aid and Defender be seen by approachingdrivers named several months ago.
Douglas.Mrs. 4)1 Association, was presented at in either direction The proposed compromise, to
Starting at 9 a.m. of the car, the group's national convention within 5K)() ieet. which the county commissionhas
pound fracture r in San Diego Saturday agreed is apparently a
"When making turns, check
FIRST METHODIST bruised lung, result of negotiations between
CHURCHYARDSponsoredbyMYF knee caps. Green a Starke native whois all traffic carefully, signal Attorney Shaw and the legal
No one really elected to the bench a your intention to change counsel of Container Corp.If .
accident year ago served as public direction and yield right-of-
Florida that occurred Saturday night near defender for the Eighth way to oncoming traffic,"Col. the compromise
.... report indicates w ith a big pine tree left four persons Judicial Circuit. Clifton said. agreement is reached. Con-
tainer will pay the county,
may have fallen according to figures from Tax
RUMMAGESALE wheel. But Mrs. Collector J, R. Kelly, $22,439
said Wednesday from 1968, $25,122 from 1969,
really don't" Comes Off Without Hitchshould $14,848 from 1970, and $23,966
happened. from 1971 -a total of $88,397.
The accident
SaturdayNov. Container each year has
.3 about 10:30: the Speakers included Joseph be concerned about is were no incidents at all," paid the county the amount of
Oct. 21. com- Waller Jr., co-ordinator the that prisons are used Reddish said. taxes the timber firm con-
-It was one while The marchers obtained should be assessed
Black Prisoners Defense press black people a tends it ,
10a.m.3p.m.. automobile and Committee and Robert people like Spiro Agnew go permit from Mayor Neil but has withheld the difference -
curring in Perkins of the Malcolm X free," Waller stated. Tucker of Starke concerningthe between that and
WOMAN'S CLUBby ford County over the Liberation Front. Angela Bradford County Sheriff route and a permit from county's assessment.
Littlo Women weeks reported Davis was rumored to be partof Dolph Reddish started School Supt. Jim Temple for Since 1965 Bradford Countyhas
--Coura.r.1Elie police Patrol.and the No to the march but she apparently checking on the progress of the gymnasium for the rally. assessed timberland at
way in of been did not attend. the marchers when they left Sheriff Reddish went on to $100 per acre. In the 1960'sContainer
jured
(!Cmnnumity: except the any one at Waller charged that prison Gainesville. He said that the say that even though the contended its
march have been timberlands should be
to court conditions are behind the police had two : to may locally
;state> funk A 1973 behavior of men who become see that marchers'purposes rights unpopular the marchers still assessed at approximately $45
heavily left dangerous. He said charges were not infringed upon and to had the right to'protest and per acre, and the firm has
A.._.... Now....... Up Chevrolet van : began should be dismissed in the see that citizens rights were state their views. Any group gradually raised those figuresto
T. S2Q.OOO 6r. when they ) RJE Garment Factory 14 trial and not infringed upon, would have the right to do the above $60 per acre. Container -
F.d..t. D.paa 6w..u c:.... in Starke but in all black political prisoners same thing, he said. qwns some 36,000 acres
(See Page ) : night. should be released. "What we "To my knowledge there (See Page 4) in Bradford.



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Attends Deanery Miss Malglerl Honored AtStorkShower .


Members of St. Edward's At Andrews HomeMiss 3
Altar Society who attendedthe '
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fall meeting of the East h Marlon Malgieri, 4 Mrs. Sammy Richardson of
Coast Deanery, St. Augustine Spanish teacher at BUS, was hY I Tallahassee, the former itaataR.
Diocesan Council of Catholic honored at a bridal shower I Elaine Gilhooly of Starke, was t v
Women, on October 24 in the w .
Thursday Oct. 25, given by q honored with a stork showerat :
Prince of Peace Churchin
new Miss Joy Andrews and Mrs. the Florida State Prison
Jacksonville were: Levou Andrews at their homeon clubhouse on Saturday, Oct.
Mrs. Michael Gilhooly, Mrs. W. Madison Street. 27. Hostesses were Mrs. Lex

Lester Humphries, Mrs. The 15 guests were Spanish Johns, Mrs.\ Pete Luke, Mrs. .
Joseph Gissy, Mrs. Henry ,
students in Miss Malgieri'sclass. t Elbert Nettles Mrs. N. B.
Stefanelli, Mrs. Robbie f Rosier, Mrs. Bud Spears and
Shaller, Mrs. Gladys Weldon, Games with prizes were Mrs. John G. Sapp.
Mrs. Richard Richards, Mrs. the
enjoyed during party
Thomas Parker,Mrs. Richard hours. rJunior
Coss, Mrs. Herbert The refreshment table was The Halloween motif was
Christensen and Mrs. Francis covered with a white cutwork Angela Kathleen used in decorations. The gift Club Has Arts
Meng. cloth and centered with an table was covered with a lace
Bishop Paul Tanner con- arrangement of yellow, white Engagements Of Payne Sisters Told cloth over white and centered And Crafts
celebrated Mass with Father and lavender pompoms ; with baby pictures of the WorkshopThe
James Cregan and nine other Dec. 1 15 Double PlannedMr. future
flanked candles in Wedding parents.
by yellow I
Parish Priests. Edwards-Bennett Junior Woman's Club! Mrs Olin White and Mrs. .
crystal holders. The refreshment table was held Arts and Crafts Charles Goodowns.
The Altar will hold an
Society The gift table was centered and Mrs. George c. Larry Franklin Edwards, son
covered with white cloth
its regular monthly meeting in EngagementMr. with an arch decorated with Payne of Keystone Heights of Mrs. Violet Conner of a Workshop on Saturday, Oct.
trimmed in lace and centered
the Parish Hall 27,at the Woman's Club. Each
Tuesday
artificial and announce the of Starke.A .
and Mrs. Carl T. Ed- forget-me-nots engagements with an arrangement of dried member was asked to share JOYl.elilli) evening, Nov. 6, at 7:30.: their two
centered with a bell at the top. daughters, Angela double wedding is set for fall flowers in an antique bean her
wards of Brooker hobby or particular interest
announcethe Under the bell were two Denise, to Kenneth Dewayne Dec. 15 at 4 p.m. in the Hope On either side
of pot. were antique with other members of
their
engagement ) Church Hull] State Debs
kissing angels. son of Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church, Theressa. holders
crystal candle the Club. Mrs.James Lawson
Linda Laverne ,
daughter to
Mrs. Corine Purvis of The honoree was presentedwith Orville Church of Saugatuck, All friends and relatives are
with white
Hiram ( ) Bennett burning tapers Fine Arts Chairman served
Joseph Joey ,
Gainesville was a last Wed- a bronze pompom corsage Mich and Kathleen Dolores to invited to attend. decorated with Vocal Group
yellow cor-
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. refreshments during
nesday visitor of Mrs. W. F. and a sterling silver and
table
At end of the
Bennett of sages. one workshop hours.
Lawtey. M
MUNCIE, Ind-Joyce
llerlong. Mrs. Herlong also crystal bud vase from her
had as Sunday visitors Mr. Miss Edwards and Mr. hostesses as a memento of the .St. Mark's Bazaar Set For Nov. 3 was a crystal end punch bowl and Milligan. Starke, Florida,
at the other
and Mrs F. V. Herlong of Bennett are both 1972 occasion. were crystal Pictured above are Miss senior, is a member of the Ball
Jacksonville.Mr. graduates of BITS Miss Ed- The annual St. Mark's project chairmen: Mrs trays holding decorated party Johanna )Fowler, Mrs. Robert State University Debs, wo
wards is attending Santa Fe Bazaar, sponsored by the William Peters, baked goods; cakes and nuts. Autry, and Mrs\ Lawson. men's vocal group.
and Mrs. John Community College and Mr. Ida 1abe.rc ladies of St Mark's Episcopal Mrs. William Carter, flower Several The Debs who tour
Myers were played
attended his 35th class reunionat Bennett is attending Lake City .j Church, will be held on arrangements; Mrs. Edward and prizes games awarded. regionally as well as performon
the Naval Academy in Community College Trade- Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Burns, books tapes and Members and husbands of campus, include in their
Annapolis, Md. last week. The wedding is planned for Parish House, 212 N. Church records; Mrs. Jerald Mc- the' Junior Woman's Club repertoire a wide selection of
Enroute home they toured the Dec.8 at 8 p.m. in the Brooker Mr and Mrs. Gary N. St., beginning at 9:30: a.m. Pherson, plant nursery; Mrs. The honoree was presentedwith and enjoyed a covered dish supper popular music.
Smoky Mountains. Baptist Church. Coleman of Starke announcethe The ladies of St. Mark's Starling, children's toys, a yellow from her corsage hostesses a Friday, Oct. 26, at the Joyce, daughter of Mr. and
birth of a daughter Apryl have been working since early games and handicrafts; Mrs. play pen as home of Mrs. Vincent Mrs. J.E. Milligan, 744 North
of the occasion.
1 Joy on Oct. 13 in Shands July on many arts and crafts Fred Glenn, Jr. and Mrs. a memento Spengler.The buffet table was Temple Avenue, Starke,
"rC..t Hospital, Grandparents are projects to make this annual Herbert Thomas, chili sales; One hundred and twenty covered with a Halloween Florida, is a music education)
C6 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth event the most successfulever. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, white guests were invited to call print tablecloth and centered major at Ball State. She was
,., ClfG Coleman.Starke, and Mr and There will be many elephant table; Mrs. John during the appointed hours, 3 with a Jack-O-Lantern lamp. graduated from Troy ((0111)
Mrs. C. L. McKinney of lovely gifts and attractive Myers, publicity. to 5 p.m. Assisting Mrs. Spengler was High School.
Chiefland.Mr. items for you and your hometo .
by Linda lardy select from at low prices. -----
and Mrs Douglas Baked goods will also be on Stork Shower For
The monthly meeting of theWomen's sale and the chili kitchen will
Nettles of Sta rke the
of the ) announce
Auxilliary be open to serve a hot lunch at Mrs. Coleman/ ALONE
Starke Golf and Country Club birth of a son on Oct. 29 in
tit any time you wish to stop by
Union General Hospital, Lake
will be changed to the first
and browse At Church Of God
month. Butler. Grandparents are Mr.
of each
Wednesday
and Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Harold[ Starling,
This Next meeting is set for general chairman of the Mrs. Gary Coleman was
Mr and Mrs. Grady I. Nettlesof TOPSAVE
LUXURY QUILT
Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 8 p.m. Starke. bazaar, has assisting her with honored at a stork shower
ftoliday For the past month the men arrangements the following Thursday Oct. 23, given by
have been enjoying a steak Williams
Mrs. Cary Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Cole of
dinner at the club at 7 on
p.m.
Prescott Gill and Mrs. CharlesE.
Time 0 Wednesday nights The ladies birth Eugene of a Oregon daughter announce Rebekka the U.D.C. Schmitt at the Church of $40 SET !
been
have preceding God )Fellowship Hall
\\ the Andromeda, on Oct. 16.
tms
The Year, Paternal grandparents are W. T. Weeks chapter, UDCT The refreshment table was ,
auxilliary meeting.For and will meet Wednesday, Nov. 7, covered with a pink linen cloth
reservations, phone 964- Mr. Mrs. J. L. Cole of
at 3:30 at the home of and centered with a cake
Punta Gorda, former Starke : p m.
Nov. The
5 7.
5441 by p.m. n A
residents. Mrs. George/( W. Roberts, Sr. decorated with baby angels.
dinner is each.
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; Convey )t1J $ with Mrs. O L. Haynes, Sr. Mrs. Schmitt cut the cake and
and Mrs\ Ruby Johns as co- Mrs. Gill presided at the
'Your Love AMBITIOUS PERSON hostesses. punch bowl. Mrs. Kenneth LIMITED TIMEINNERSPRING
Manning opened the gifts.
To That SpecialSomeone'Villl.A Games were played duringthe
GENERAL FOODS IS EXPANDING. DISTRIBUTORS AND party hours and prizes

CONSULTANTS ARE NEEDED HERE TO LEARN AND Mr and Mrs. Gilbert awarded. or
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.... .. .. .... BaldwinChevrolet
Mrs. Ron Caswell of Lake Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison
J City,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. have returned from a visit
Seeber Goodman of Starke, with her brothers and their
f, spent last week with her ill families, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
brother-in-law! and sister, Mr. Tillr Ilipps in Greensboro N. C.
and Mrs. Steve Mulder, in and Mr.and Mrs. Harry Ilipps
) Chicago, 111. in Florence, S. D.

Mrs. James Montuoro and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson E.

daughter, Christy, of Tampa Jones were vacationing in
spent Wednesday to Sunday Hollywood last week as guestsof ''JI1rJl
with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. / "
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin. Mr. Smith. While there Mr. Jones ,1
" Montuoro spent the weekend, ff"o caught a 20 pound tuna and a 5 / aIds
I and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall, r pound king mackerel while (. /
Jr. and daughters of deep sea fishing in Biscayne
Gainesville joined the family Bay.

on Sunday.
" Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusonand and r
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. John Miller \ r
Houston and son, Ricky, and were in Pensacola Thursday 1 1t
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sails ofI' Johns la presented retirement to Sunday where they at-
Tarpon Springs were weekend Williams. At left is R. W. Ingle, president of North Florida tended the Florida Press 41
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Telephone Co. Association convention.
I'' B. Flynn, Jr. InternationalHarvester

.., Mrs. Johns Is HonoredAt Mrs. Louis Yancey of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Atlanta was a Wednesday to
I r' Thomas spent the past ten Sunday guest of her sister,
DinnerThe
days touring in the Smoky Retirement Mrs. L. D. Vining.
f'' Mountains. ,
Florida State TelephoneCo. together with a gift from her Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McRae honored Mrs. Lois Johns fellow employees. Hamilton attended the funeralof
!; spent the weekend with their with a dinner party Thursday H. W. Ingle, president of the Mr. Hamilton's uncle, W. J.
r.. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. night, Oct. 25, on the occasionof company, gave a short talk Hamilton, in Monroe, Ga. on
and Mrs. Abdul Alivandi in her retirement after 47 and presented Mrs. Johns Tuesday. They also visited
Tampa. years of service with the with a plaque in appreciationof Mrs. Hamilton's in
parents
telephone company in Starke. her continuous years of
Winder Ga.
Rev. and Mrs. John M. Mrs. Johns began her long devoted service to the com Lawn and Garden

Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Elzie tenure of service as an paAnYh"hi.. Mrs. H. M. Hicharde spent
Sanders, George Winkler and operator in 1926 when the Ig ht of the occasionwas the weekend with Mr. and Original PumpkinsOriginal
Warren Stevenson attendedthe company was owned by II. A. an interesting display of Mrs. Lyle Buck and family in
special convention to elect Bishop. She left the employ of the old black "candlestick" Palatka. ; pumpkins for Wednesday! night's Halloween
the new Bishop of the the company for a period of telephone of many years ago IJ.tlviti's're Stacie Lynn Gnann. 2, and Harry Allen Equipment Sale
Episcopal Diocese of Florida six months, but returned on and Starke directories for the !Mrs. A. Russell Norman (]rum ii 7 children. of :Mr and! :Mrs Jimmy (;nann of :Mid-
last Thursday and Friday in Sept. 15, 1928 and has worked years of 1920, '21, '22, and '25. attended the State Library dU'tiiirg. They are grandchildren( of the late J, A. (;Imnll of
Tallahassee.Mr. continuously for 45 years since Also displayed were Workshop on "Library Ser- Thervssu! and Mr.and :Mrs. K. W. Hodges( of Brooker.Tin' .
that time. newspaper articles of the vices for the Mature Years"Wednesday costumes, stuffed with balloons, are originals.(
and Mrs. W. B. Haynes The Pecan Room of the telephone industry in Starke and Thursday of
and of the old rr ,
of Fitzgerald Ga. were last Garden Restaurant was snapshots last week at the Happy "
J' Wednesday visitors of Mrs. decorated for the occasion switchboard and operators of Dolphin Inn in St. Petersburg l\Irs.l\IyrUe Anderson spent Mr. and Mrs. A. Hussell
with a large arrangement of past years before the cutoverto visited her ALL
Bertha Pearce. Beach. Mrs Norman is Wednesday to Saturday with Norman nephewand
: fall flowers at the guest of dial system. chairman of the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonin family, !Mr. and Mrs.
I! Mr. and Mrs. Charles honor's table,and on each side When Mrs. Johns began her County Library Board. Callahan.Dr. Donald Denmark, Jr. in
I 4 Dinkins and Mrs. L. J. Green table was a small career, there were only 150 Gasden, Ala. over the
, attended a birthday dinner arrangement of greenery and telephones in the Starke area, Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. Russ Sklenica weekend and attended the TRACTORSIN
I Sunday afternoon in yellow mums. compared to the 4,700 in and Mr. and Mrs. George of Gainesville were weekend wedding of Miss Donna Kaye
! Jacksonville given by their Gerald Williams, local service here today. Huggins spent Wednesday to guests of Mrs. A. J. Barry and Denmark to Leon Brown
Other invited besides
sister, Miss Sara Barefoot at manager of Florida State guests Monday in the Smoky family. Friday night.
I Telephone Co., served as the employees and their .
her home in Ortega in honor of Mountains.Mrs. STOCK
their father, P. M. Barefoot's master of ceremonies, introducing spouses were Mr. and Mrs. It. Mrs. J. It. Kite Miss Lillian Mr. and!Mrs. P. D. Fancher,
birthday. Also attending were the employees and W. Ingle of Bonifay, Mr. and E. M. Davis spent the Stump and Mrs Arlen Jr. spend !Friday to Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stalling guests, and Jerry Childress !Mrs. I Harold Glasgow Mr. and weekend with her sisters, McKnight attended the camping in Perry and attending -
gave the invocation before Mrs. II. A. Bishop Jr., Mr. the Pmelree Festival.Mr. !.
and children of Gainesvilleand Mrs. Pauline Stone, and Miss American Cancer Society
Mr. and Mrs. Richard dinner was served. Gladys and Mrs. Orie Wiggins, and Mamie Anderson in Archer.Mr. meeting at the Breaker's
Cunningham and daughter, Hobbs I read a booklet in poetry Mr. and Mrs. Joe !Morris. Hotel in West Palm Beach and Mrs. Fred W. 10 %
Maria of Keystone Heights, form, describing experiences Mr and Mrs. Johns will and Mrs. John Hartley Friday to Sunday. Bennett, Sr. returned
granchildren of Mr. Barefoot, during !Mrs. Johns' years of continue to reside at their and sons of Jacksonville Saturday from a 16-day tour of
and other invited guests. service. The booklet was later homeon North Water Street in visited her mother, Mrs. Mrs J. D. Seymour the Northeast states and ,
presented tothe' honoree, Starke. Frank Weaver, Jr. and Mr. received a broken left arm in Canada. They visited friends
- -.... Weaver over the weekend.Mr. a fall at home last Thursday.Mr. and relatives enroute.
Local admittances to

Bradford County Hospital this !Mrs Merritt Williams .and Mrs. J. M. High and and Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Silas E OffEnd
Strickland of
Steve Brevard
week include: Edward visited her daughter, Mrs. L. family of Jacksonville and Merrill. Edwards, Jimmy Brown of Cordele, Ga. were
College, Brevard, N. C. was
Tennant, Lawrence Todd A. Taylor, Jr. and family in home for the weekend. Mrs. J. M. Edwards, Sr. of Bowen! and Jimmy McRae Sunday visitors of Mr and
Mrs. Ida Mae Sasser, Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday.Dr. Starke spend last week in wore in Miami Thursday to Mrs. George W. Brown.
Mildred Allen, Mrs. Eliza Tenn. Mr, and the
Gatlinburg Sunday attending Leagueof
Mrs. S. L. Sr. and
Peek
I Fancher, Mrs. Dorothy Mae W. H. Green of Mrs. John Pare of Orlando Cities convention. Ervin Andrews, George
Johnson and Vasco Forsyth, Washington D. C. spent Mrs. Hoy Ward of Lake City spend the weekend with her Pierce, Levon Andrews, and
visited Mrs.Ward's son-in-law
Starke; Leo Meeuws and Thursday to Sunday with his father, Mr. Edwards, Sr. r_ .I John II. Andrews returned
and Mr. and Mrs.
James J. daughter,
McIntyre, Keystone Sunday from a ..week'spheasant
mother, Mrs. Lex Green. Mrs.
Heights; Elijah Erwin, W II. Green was here all last David W. Gault, in Austin, Adrienne Barry was hunting trip to
of Season SaleSpecial
Texas, from to
Raiford; Mrs. Berti Williams week. Monday. Friday weekend guest of Mary Evansin NEWS ABOUT Mitchell, S. D.CITY .
Worthington Springs; Tom .
Mr. and Mrs. W L. Thomas Jacksonville.Mrs.

I Starling Hardy, ,Hampton Law ley;; Roger and Mrs.W. spent mother the, weekend Mrs Evelena with his S-Sgt. amd Mrs. Jerry J. C. Wallace of SERVICE MEN FISH
Cleo Dykes, Lake Geneva. Lawson of Fort Walton Beach
Jacksonville will be
Thomas, in Brooker. a
spent the weekend with Mr.and 8c r\
weekend guest of Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. Ewell Lawson.
Kite.
Jack F.McVomh; MEATMARKET
Mr. and Mrs. Tullie N orman
Mr. and Mrs Russell
have had as visitors Mrs..
Davidson and Mrs Louis DAYTON: OhioCaptainJack ,
Edw in McRae and daughter of
Yancey of Atlanta Ga. will be F. McComb, son of Mr.
last Tuesday, and Mr.
T.unpa
OO/0 OFF weekend guests of Mrs. L. D. and Mrs. Jack F. McComb,
and Mrs. B. J. and
Eggers CHUCK ROAST OR
PRICES Vining. Starke, has received the U.S.
daughter of Jacksonville on
Air'orce! CommendationMedal
on Singer sewing machines Saturday. at WrightPattersonAFB STEAK
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Worth of

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ed- Sterling, III. and Mrs. Roy Ohio.Captain. .98 LB.
iJWI wards visited Mr. and Mrs Champion of Douglas. Ga. are McComb was
George Lizesay in Jackson guests this week of Mr. and decorated for meritorious
< Mrs. Lester Crews. service while assigned to the
ville last Thursday. RIB STEAK
78th Student Squadron and
I 82nd:! Flying Training $1.39
Squadron, Webb AFB, Tex. LB.
w He is now a student at the

\ ; Weaver ProduceU.S. Technology Air Force Institute at Wright-of SHOULDER ROUND

I Patterson studying for his STEAK OR ROAST
t.f graduate degree in logistics

756 Market management $1.39 LB.
t raiw.. Starke A 1J63! graduate of Bradford
'. High School, he received his
_. ..- -J ) CC l\1e lohs B.S. degree and commissionin FRESH GROUND BEEF
e1\\
%%, )' k "'i 0\\ 1967! at the U.S. Air Force
Touch & Sew zig-zag .o Academy. S1.O9 LB.
1 11 tts tus His wife, Sarah is the
sewing machine with i\\O 1\e daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
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your choice of 3 cabinetsCabinet "'O V \1 \tOtt Drive Coleman.Valdosta,!HW Ga.

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FRESH PORK SIDE
drop-in bobbin morel! Your -
3 Doz. ORANGES One manufacturer has
We have a Credit Plan designed to fit your budgetWe JUICE clothesfor
Choice created maternity .98 LB.
also have a liberal, trade-in policy
HAMLIN dogs. Cadet 75

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60" Double Knit Prints & Solids N TEMPLE 964-7OO4 When choosing furniture fabric -
it's important to considerthe
FRESH RED ROE
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Sale Priced ReopeningNov. will receive. MULLET .39 LB.
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$ O88 I 1 st. ('UU"iTTILEiIt.PII TIIKIiKADFOlU:" ) SUNNYLAND SMOKED

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March . Crow Is A State Protected Game Bird


(From Page 1)) TALLAHASSEE-Only two classed as migratory birds According to Dr.(). E l Frye,
of the 10 game birds that and while the Commissionmay director of the Florida
Present with the marcherswere -v grace the bag of the Florida set a hunting season, the Commission, the crow has
two agents from US sportsman are resident birds agency must follow guidelines recently been added to the list
Dept. of Justice from Atlanta and governed solely by established by the U S. of migratory birds because ofa
and one representative from. regulations of the Game and Bureau of Sport Fisheries and treaty between the United
Gainesville Police Depart.ment's Fresh Water Fish Commission Wildlife. States and Mexico covering
community relations Native game birds are the the family to which the crow
division These three agents The bob-white quail and the wild belongs.
were apparently on hand to remaining eight are turkey.
help guarantee the rights of
all concerned.
Several reports of the size of
the group were given. Most
agreed that 60 persons from
Gainesville made the trip and Whatwe learned from
were joined by another 50 or
so from this area The group

was unite estimated and the rest at black one-third the experts on caring

FBI and l Florida Department
of Law Enforcement
monitored the situation. ? -I for
L water heater.
Reddish said ramificationsfrom your
such marches are
generally more than meet the Bin Award ":" "r" "

eye because people in high Spoiling new office buildings across L'h-H>l from the new scheduled an open house tomorrow (Friday, Nov 2)) from' 1-0
watch these situations
places anil modern Bradford County courthouse, Attorneys Dudley p in. to show off the new buildings which must" rank its the
closely. Hardy\ and George J Pierce and Insiiranceman George most elegant Staike now has to olfcr.

Roberts, this week received Kiadfortl ImIJl'O'PIlI'ntwurds ..Front. left are Attorneys Hurdy and Pierte. ('ha mber ,+ approached the people' wlmshould \
r HEAP from the Chamber of ('olllll1l'u'e. Both businesses have i\iiutiveJoliii:: Myers, and Huberts. know because thtdo theniainiciuiiKO
,II/JI"Ii IiGASOLIniE / ? '
IJ ; \\L1r11\ 14 iip.iumciu
,411 hinlJinas,
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Rendering Plant Can Continue To Operate
A semiannualengineering I I to spills of waste material into operation a year ago and Wood, congratulated citizensof iIlJIIJu.11II r heaters.; and all of
"i& report on new -A manufacturer's would have spent another Hampton for making their y them have in bo \kept jji'ina.i Who
{ technology in pollution control guarantee on all odor-control S75000( ) by the time the new protests, and told them to 5 I would \know' more about t 1.IJ..mg. care.
measures for rendering plants equipment to be provided to scrubber is installed. continue hollering to nl them'.*
of this type the plant Hampton area residents Tallahassee if offensive odorsare aj { \\e inquired haw you can: gel!!
--= f 9i fM\ -A plant maintenanceAssurance that product testifying Wednesday with detected in the future. r R mure lite. out of \our water' he.iu.r'at
Should the consumer's schedule providing for a production capability will be one exception, agreed that Wood said it 'r homend save"on replacement and
number one objective be the regular weekly clean-up. equated with pollutionCurb odor from the plant had been that National was Protein regrettable did not rc pairs.
lowest possible price for his or berm around abatement capacity eliminated or greatly
I kre of the
take these steps earlier, adding are some things! we
gasoline and fuel oil?" areas outside of plant, subjectThe installation of carbon decreased since mid October _, ; toldI ,
that he believed the -t were I
canisters on vent lines if foundto when the initial corrective
be necessary during hot completed. Only company had learned l a lesson I 11)nundn/ ,' ,HUM'ui Imitiam' steps were ,
I I II OOOOQOOOQQOOOQOOI weather months James Broom who lives one.IUartl'r with "expensive tuition.: w ikr with H- high miiKr.il inntcnt ILMM.S.I
I I II I Ron Salter, president of ( mile from the plant p ? niilk\ lilin on the heating!! iliiiuiil linaiiM1"
I I II DeWittFnnera C I.Jones, National Protein testified testified that he had seen no this hint aili i.in' insulator' it privenis heat
I I II that the company had carried improvement. Correct Social }, I nun' cunung llmuiuh: illiiuntK and u uie'
I I II out all of the .5. S the iliiiKiirtti hum out inure u ukl\1 1 liu y
engineering Concluding the hearing the a
I I II I Home recommendations AnnouncementsSTARKE him, also, lurins 111"1'&:". .ilUUm." the'ttictenc
presented Pierce
examiner attorney
.
the ) \ourpluinhiiij! hv rxint.liii_ Ih
at September 20 hearing av
II
I I II with a pI.I lgc!!:i II l lv.iurl
STARKE PHONIRENT E 964-6200 the exception of the .
improved scrubber which ,y !. lAt \tiiimit ihinnihtt n i M// ''r'nur'n I
is
AL GovC'rl1ll1.l1t bin'cans\ ucpl.ii
fabricated tospecifications : /trf/ unit 1Ju'''. I Ins. shuulvl ,is ur. \,>u an'
HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKE RS, WHEEL CHAIRS being >nmg surveys! to discoverwhe1her ... '
,
and should be lJellu.ll.| apply, nl h..1.II..r Km il sun, re
I I II & CRUTC HES happy
people uc \ : .
ready and installed at the ;, not gettmp. !; as much as vouM, liki "n niaK"
I if vide-
thai
We :
KEYSTONEPHONE HEIGHTS plant within four suppose a that the. llurmiistii on tour watch, IK.iiir I is
I I months lie >is uni'ovcici'
spread h.ippuifns notlum.lioniny! nropirl\: (LII)I (thccuiu.ul. ''
ATtA3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC'3-3176 said the company had already ', steps: will he taken to "... ci rrixJi.J .mJ! nud.. I lo !hi r"pl."eJ
i 1 spent $120,000()() on corrective unicdv the bllllaUun."r'liill FLA.
K3OOOOOOOOOOOOOQ measures since the plant went : c 1. )law' lll\l III \\\UU\\i\\: IKHlii, l/l/i'/Ol/ ,rah, /
lioni air I lint heir 964'63O5 1 a homer/ "'I'".... \\.111' In..ilv.:riisv .i I..'I ,dIv l
priers\ \\ill hotel sli.icln'l, | \\er.('hoik \"r.ll'r".II1..I..I':1 i ,itx' 'in i the!
e\rn the tiMi'mcis' : hate Printing In Proper| SIA mJ 1 iv pi ui hl'>C \,'ii ,II?old K
slopped shakhlg.Ih ''I'"Wn.l I....' air' It', s.ri.'\\l.ll III "II' .Illlin
Slade Gas | Good Form Clio Illgh ilu piHtl 'box or ,il. in,is N.\\. III
Sawyer It I Ihc InMI" 'i ihi pri'hlun i ill in in ""
iu'ii Quality print- U in,niii I sii il'\.,iir uirinj i- u' i I"n. i i'h

a_ 4. /!Li\\, in ...n i. ,11./1" i .hu.1."I" ,
The/ timber 1 Sliri.%f It'/ ing at reasonable ,'_, I I lln Ih, %..1I.II li. ikitti ,in.ni.i,, \. i rdm. Iiuul'
prices. Invitations : ; |i tllll 1 II.kl I II'' 1'.1..1111'I nl'IIi..i." I "
(I'mm Page. I 1)) social :',' all .1'! ililiv in llii.: 1 louih .il IMKhi 1.11.,
Sales i? Service Firm ,, \ .
'U ''lIr \ Hi |II.| \ in' h ,uiu Ji I ,I. r.j
fivers have been working notes.BRADFORD. 1 ,.. ,. '
; K are tin urn H' il- it[ 1 11" tin
Installing The Number 1 Under the new system the H;, till lIlllllliM I Is '|1'1\: .HIM Pli'Hill | I 1\ I 111 i .11
chief says the man will work ".' luuitc. repair. | u,sis'
Heating 6Air Conditioner In The Nation 40 hours per week and will not TELEGRAPHJob :; .
Now all \knowiAputs
be for we w h.11 the
eligible compensatory : e S a f / :/'I ii t \know Isn't that tlierl'i
lime, u hich allowed an officerto Printing
be off duty for periods of six
Bowen has also instituted
what he terms "leasonable
enforcement" of the city's

two-hour parking limit. The '.Saving -Strvici Selection Saving -AT Strvict -A- Selection- Strvic *' S. Mcnoni ,
The Ultimate In public was notified in advanceand C
the order is now being i
acted upon. Bowen says he *

Central Heat & Air intends to enforce city
regulations to a reasonable Gainesville's
degree throughout his ad o. 'J.j jI

ministration as he promised l
80,000 BTU Carrier Gas Furnace prior to election
Speeders are also feelingthe Dealer

effect policy of the, Bowen new has enforcement i I I r

Five Year Compressor
Thermostat Controls WarrantyAll stated l, adding\ that he is ad-
Labor and Materials ding radar to the city's for
Seven Air Supply Ducts 24.000 BTU CoolingOne detection system. Traffic laws
Return Uuct will also be enforced
Concord
'
Carrier Oil, Furnace Available reasonably. the chief says, -r Titan I S Wood lake

with every citizen equal under ... .
the law and with no .

citizen.discrimination intended any 12x65 3 Bedroom ;
J
"" .': I Bowen says he intends to i $5495
keep his increased
:. up enforcement |
1 ,/;:/// of traffic Carpeted ]f;

: regulations throughout his
; administration not for just a
:"1i: %/ few months 12x60 2 Bedroom $4995
The new chief says: he has
'/ F $139000 also issued an order that an .
officer in a patrol car must .2
out before _l
COMPLETELY coffee report taking a t: iwi ;/d INSTALLED break and that onlv ** .

//;'.-/ PLUS ANY one check officer out will at the be same permittedto time -: If You Don't Know j.I. j.
r Bowen
Objective. slates, is to rn'jff' Efii u r
NECESSARYELECTRICAL I
have all men on duty available : .
,
immediately in event of an Mobile Homes ._ J-4
.
0 WORK OR GAS emergency ; : ':: I1'! 1 0111 ::
r PIPINGService "I'\'e 1 got the department -

pretty Bowen well says organized now" : Know Your Dealer I

"I I think we will have a C o .. .
$ UINlO3IIIIIIIUIIfi111111bIIIiS police department that the *I
I people of Starke will be proud

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Resident ',ill Deer Cause 3 Accidents IOn

i ;//Ii

: another deeralso on US-301.
Sunday, October 21,
Interrupts A week earlier on October
about 2:30 the morning
> : in ,
Sandra Cote Rossi of 15, Daniel Rosier of Lawtey,
I his 1973 ,
overturned Toyota
Jacksonville while
BurglaryMrs. traveling he swerved and lost
I, north on US-301,struck a deer, when
,. of his auto in avoidinga
control
about 2 miles north of Lawtey,
collision with a deer on Sit-
Thelma Lewis 4' ,, causing damages estimated at miles northwest of
apparently 125, 2
i'': $300 to her 70 Oldsmobile.
interrupted a "t About an hour later, in the Lawtey. Damages to his car
burglary in at 328 N. ."', )(
progress i illlli were estimated at $1,000.
Church Street in Starke when same general area, Delma Trooper C. R. Cory of the
i Fine Branch of Starke
she returned home late last I Florida Highway Patrol in-
suffered about the
: same
Thursday, according to Lt. vestigated all three of the deer
of his
amount damage to 72
Julius Eunice of the Starke I
Chevrolet when he
,
Police Department. li lil11tA i
Mrs. Lewis arrived home ii' .43_( K7t>MIc""' :
and as she started into her

house, heard a noise. Turningon ; : struckKNOW
'
lights Mrs. Lewis saw thata ,
table cloth had been burned. rw

Mrs. Lewis left the house to

get her son-in-law,. Pat Farn- i

sworth. When they returned, .. ., ..
the burglar had left the house. .1.. .- ..

Nothing was found missing. .. \\IIi"! THE LAW

Entry to the Lewis home ,.,>. _
was made at the rear of the

house by cutting a screen witha ,. Frunk Williams
hatchet.The window was up, : #, f' by

making entry easy. RepresentativeDistrict
,One suspect has been
questioned in the breakingand 'I 25

entering, but no arrest I 1 s

has been made. 1'J. ,

For greater security, the ..
Starke Police Departmenturges

all citizens to lock all ,.L,
windows and doors before n number of amendments to The name of the Military

leaving home. the State Bond Act, Sections Department is changed to the

21557215.83, Florida Statutes, Department of Military Af-
are made by House Bill 459. fairs. Membership in the State

BHSBnndToCompete First, Section 215.65 is Militia, formerly limited to

These Brooker and Hampton Elementary students participated in a recent "It's Academic". contest amended to make clear that it male citizens between the
is the unencumbered surplusof ages of 18 and 45, is broadenedto

In Brooker, Hampton Students Compete In 3 Rounds Of It's Academic Test exceed the $225,000 fund which rather cannot than citizens include or persons all able-bodied intendingto

DistrictThe cash This sectionis become citizens.
the balance.
Students from the "Accelerated David Sparks.Drew Andrews, Students move rapidly prescribed curriculum for as vocabulary developmentand also reworded to make the Also immunity from
School Academics" classat (grade four) served on this through advanced materials their respective grade. enhancement of com- limit effective only at the end liability for lawful acts done In

Bradford High Brooker Elementary team. gaining understanding and Main emphasis of the municative skills. Some timeis of a fiscal rather than performance of duty is limitedto
Band will year
Marching Tornado traveled to Hampton Friday, Both Sixth grade rounds skill Pupils work con- program is on mathematicsand also spent discussing continuaously.Second members of the"organized"
in the District were won by Brooker. siderably above the
participate Marching Contest at the October 19, to compete Brooker 6th graders in the logical reasoning, as well current events Section 215.69 is militia. In civilor
criminal proceedings
against Hampton Elementary amended to place all recor-
of Florida's Gator academics
University pupils in three rounds of "It's) accelerated Old MacDonald Has Little dkeeping responsibility for arising therefrom, such
Field on Saturday, Nov. 3. program are David Fussell, members
upon request, are
The contest will begin at Academic. Tamara Johns and Beth outstanding bond issues in the
entitled to be defended at state
1 1:30: p.m., ending at 5:30.: The Fifth succeeded graders in winning from Hampton their- Hamilton. Company Down On The Farm J State to Board release of Administrationand the Division of expense by attorneys
at
will in
BUS band perform graders
designated by the Departmentof
Brooker fifth
round against advanced Bond Finance from any
4:10.: the the program in- ON TIIE Legal Affairs and they may
Twenty-two bands from the graders by answering clude Renee Williams, Reggie If Old MacDonald had a Milk cows are not yet a responsibility for keeping be ordered to active duty with

surrounding area will par- final question for the round of, Brown, Mike Meng, Timmy farm today, he'd probably be vanishing species, but the duplicate records or accounts. full pay and allowances for the

ticipate in the meet. Ad- "Who "is Nixon's Secretary Jones, Scott Clark and Mike thinking about moving to Nation's dairy herd of 12.3 Burned up about scorched Third, the permissible duration of their defense.

mission is 50 cents for State? Simmons. town. million head is only half as big clothing: ? You needn't be average net interest cost rate Benefits for injury, death or
students and $1 for adults. Hampton answered This was the first of the And on that farm there as it was at the end of World if you heed this hint. Rub is raised from 7 per cent to disability incurred by militia

The second big date will be correctly and won the round academic contests which would be no horse, sheep, or War II.Sheep. scorches with a piece of raw seven 1-2 per cent by amend- members while in active
the BHS after having trailed. Hampton5th milk cow-unless the Mac- flocks total 18.5 ment to Section 215.68.
November 16 when hopefully will continue only
included Deb onion and leave them for a service are also restricted to
team Fourth Section 215.79 is
Band will participate in grade throughout the Donald place was the million head today, comparedwith ,
Kellie Slade, years. while Then soak them in amended to in members of the "organized"militia.
Parmenter permit
University of Florida Accelerated classes are theoretical average farm. 19 million 130 years agoor ( cold water. The marks fade. .
and Robert
Homecoming activities. They Greg Mowry held in all elementary schoolsin Down on the new American 419 million just after the determining the amount of Restrictions upon the

will march in the Tilley. the county and at the farm, the National Civil War. Man-made cloth refunding bonds to be issued, funding of current expenses of
Homecoming Parade duringthe The Brooker Fifth grade Bradford Middle School. Mrs. Geographic Society says, has blanketed much of the the taking into accounts of the Department are removedand
of
afternoon, and will also team was composed Peggy Stanwix-Hay is the fewer farmers on fewer but wool industry, and many amounts of discount or in- the Governor is made the

perform at Gator Growl at 7 Deborah Green, Susan and instructor for this county-wide bigger farms are raising a sheepmen have ignored the terest on direct obligations of sole commander-in-chief of all
Douglas, Elaine Mott the United States to be
somewhat different barnful of of the Old West to
p.m. the same evening. program. range wars the militia of the state. He is
deposited in escrow, when the
livestock for the needs of become cattlemen.
more granted to increase the
power
j discount or interest will accrue -
-
be
than Horses and mules
people ever. may organized militia and to use it
Many a farm family long found only on big Western t to the escrow account. to preserve the public peace,
& Faris reckoned to be as solid as a ranches. The last time they M Fifth, an amendment to execute state laws, suppress

Johnson silo in the American way of were counted, in 1959, there Section 215.64 gives the insurrection, repel invasion! ,

life, is being plowed under in were three million, about .. .. .. Division the power of eminent respond to public disaster or
competition with big business three-fourths as many as in domain to carry out the riot imminent

Hurry Hurry Hurry agriculture highly tuned to 1840, but far less than the all- When it comes dishwasher to avoidingor purposes of the State Bond thereof or or in case danger of the
removing film
efficiency, cost accounting, time peak of 27 million horses dish it Act.Finally calling of all or any portion of
you can really out. Section 21582 is
market trends and scientific and mules on America'sfarms
services
the militia into the of
Time To Plant Now management of crops and in 1915. Fill dishwasher and with all china.your amended Board to require validationof the United States.
livestock. With horses now mostly a glasses procelain State of Education
(Never put any silver, alumi- bonds and Land ConservationAct
More and more farmers are curiosity, more than ever further information
num or brass in the washer of 1972 bonds in the circuit For any
to neighborwho there is rattle-rattle here
selling a bigger a Frank
when this method is used, as court of Leon County. contact Representative
is buying up and con- and a rattle-rattle thereon Old
Williams P. O. Box 1063,
Field SeedRYE they will turn black.) Put ,
their into MacDonald's farm. In 15
solidating spreads
Starke Florida 32091 or
bowl in bottom of dishwasher. The military code of the ,
farm factoriss. farmers were driving 3.5
Pour one cup of household state is substantially revisedby telephone: 964-7202.
The of million and three
Department cars, by 1911
bleach into the bowl. Run House Bills 1128, 1129 and
Agriculture and the Bureau of million-plus trucks and
but do 1130.
the Census tell the story in pickups. through washing cycle
not dry. Fill bowl again with
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statistics.In .
Fla. Black Rye Vita Graze the last 51 the one cup of vinegar and let the
years
number of farmers families Waikiki Bazaar dishwasher go through the Nursery Specials
Gator Rye KoolGrazer and hired hands living on entire cycle. This will remove .
Wrens Abruzzi American farms has dropped Set Nov. 9 all film not only from your --'--,
but from the dish-
from 32 million to just under glasses washer too. ); Azaleas $169

10 million. Today only one out
The of the Com- *
women
OATS Gulf Annual Rye Pasture of 21 Americans is on a farm Vibernum
munity Church are again An effective means of cleaning $179'
At the same time, the 6.5
Florida 500 Grass planning their annual Bazaar your car is by using Ajax
million farms 147
averaging .
Common Rye Lawn acres in 1929 have been and have set the date, Nov. 9, Dishwashing Liquid dissolvedin J Sininsen $199
Florida 501 to salute Hawaii. warm water, )It's a good
combined into 2.7 million
Grass The doors will open vehicle for removing dirt from -f
averaging 389 acres. TheNation's Ligustrum J79
promptlyat9a.m. and will set metal and an cellent avenueof
total farm fields and
the tropical scene of their
approach.
OCTOBER PLANTINGS have increased from
pastures
Waikiki Bazaar. Ardisia $219
956 million acres to 1,118 Friends and neighbors are To remove white water
Seeds Plants Onion Sets
Vegetable million acres. invited to visit the Toy Island. marks from table tops, apply Kumquat Trees $ 99
the American
Last
year Paradise! Pastry, Surprise and mayonnaise and rub it in.
Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts. Cabbage, Carrots Cauliflower, farmer still on the job Love Shop, Tropical Botique Let stand and wipe clean witha

Collard, Endive Kale Lettuce, Lupine Mustard, Onion seed-sets, produced enough food and the Treasure Chest andMama's soft cloth in an hour or so. Magnolia Trees $799
other products for 47 people, .. e ..
Garlic Khol Rabi, Parsnips! Parsley Austrian Peas, English Peas about 40 at home and seven Kitchen.

Radish, Romaine Spinach. Turnips. Rutabagas Rye Oats, Winter abroad. Ten years ago he Trawlers test will be open Rye Grass 5 LB $229
from and
11:30
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Johnson & Faris lard View Out cup of hot tea and goodies
barn, some of Old Mac.Donald's
from the pastry shop and visit The Greek philosopher
Gainesville Fla friends may be with friends. Pythagoras would always
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Silver Meteor Silver Star Local Named Wrecks
I Investigator (From Page 1) tersection when he lost controlof The parked vehicle of Andrew ->
411 Timmons of Hamptonwas
his vehicle, skidding
In Waldo Will CeaseArea in the struck on the left side and
Stops injured according to the feet before stopping estimated at $75.
For State Attorney's OfficeState Starke Police Department. ditch. He was charged with damages
willful and wanton rackless The accident occurred Oct. 17
residents will not be 28 through Dec. 13 as follows: According to the accident at Hampton when Catherine
able to board a through Silver Meteor southbound, Attorney Eugene T. stitutions of the l Division of report Kenneth filed by Patrolman driving.In mishap at the Bradford Carleen Yeager backed her
Carlton a
passenger train from Waldo to 928am.: ; northbound, 3 p.m. Whitworth, of Gainesville Corrections near Starke with Police Dept. the of the Starke High School athletic field, Oct. 1068 Pontiac off a general
New York City after The Star southbound 6:32: yesterday announced the investigations of serious van driven Chevrolet 19, K.:G. Ethridge backed his store parking lot, crossed the
December 13, when stops by a.m.; northbound, 9:40: p.m. employment of Glen K.: Sapp, crimes within their confines. by Terry Alan Chevrolet into a guywire street and struck the Tim-
of 1973
When the Floridian is in has been a deputy with Gaines Starke, was
the railroad's elite Silver put currently a Bradford County Sapp of the light poles. One mons car. Ms. Yeager was
Meteor and Silver Sta will be service after Dec. 13, it will Deputy Sheriff, as a full time the Sheriff's office here since speed traveling of about south on US-301 at a of on the one wires broke and struck charged with violation of
suspended, according to R. L. stop at Waldo on this investigator with the State last February. He will start 30 mph when it Chevrolet Station driver's license restriction.A .
S. Shipman, Amtrak area schedule: southbound (eitherto Attorney's office for the a his new duties today (Nov. 1)) was Pontiac struck in the rear by the the 1973 of Janice Dansby Hall 1965 Ford convertible
Miami or St. Petersburg), 3 ;A and his office will be open to car, driven by Joseph Wagon
ticket agent in Waldo. Eighth Judicial Circuit. Leamon of Starke In falling from the driven by Glen Dale Magyari,
After that date Shipmansaid p.m.; northbound to Sapp will be employed in the the public next Monday. Jacksonville.Chancey Sr of pole the wire broke the right Starke, collided into the rear
.f
the only passenger train Jacksonville, then to Chicago, State Attorney's office in the 3, Sapp Is an experienced rear window of the Hall of a 1972 Plymouth sedan on
making scheduled stops at 2 p.m. Running time from Bradford County courthousefor 4L lawman having served 18 The vehicles locked vehicle. SR-200, Oct. 27. Magyari's car
Waldo will be The Floridian, Waldo to Miami is about six the purpose of serving as months with the Starke Police together momentarily and skidded 186 feet before impactand
which will originate at and a half hours. criminal intake officer, and Department before joining the upon separation the van The 1967 Mercury coupe of traveled 291 feet after
Chicago and will run in split Shipman said residents may assisting the State Attorney in Florida Highway Patrol in skidded sideways and over- driver Hugh W. Biggs, Starke, impact, knocking the
sections to Miami or St. use the Floridian to get to any additional investigationsin 1970 where he remained until turned. The auto skidded sustained damages of $8K( ) Plymouth 142 feet. The accident -
Petersburg. Jacksonville, where they can Bradford County Whit- signing on as a deputy sheriff about 30 feet before impact. when it collided with a 1974 caused $900 damage to
"During the Winter Ad- make connections with worth said.Stating I here. He completed a 200-hour Damages to the Pontiac Oldsmobile driven by Richard the Plymouth and $300 to the
justment Service we will have another train for points along that he was "ex- course in law enforcement at were estimated at $1,200 and D. Nichols, Jacksonville, Oct. (Ford. was charged
added service to the Tampaand the upper Atlantic Seaboard.The tremely pleased" with the the Vocational Center in the van was considered a total 14, on US-301 near Stuckey's. with wilful and wanton
St. Petersburg area in agent said his records appointment Whitworth hours a day for service to our Starke graduated from the loss. Chancey was charged Estimated damages to the reckless driving.A .
which we did not have last show that an average of 45 explained that with the ad- citizens," Whitworth con- FHP" Academy and also with reckless driving.A Nichols car is $2,000. Driver 1968 Oldsmovile driven by
year," stated Shipman. passengers a day have dition of Article V, the Florida cluded. received a two-year degree in 1970 Volkswagen coupe Biggs was charged with Abraham Malach of Islip,
/ Shipman also said that boarded or gotten off a train at Supreme Court added a rule In addition to his office Police Science and Ad- driven by Lucian Bradley improper parking.A New York, collided! with a 1968

I Amtrak will raise fares by Waldo. making the State Attorney duties, the new investigatorwill ministration from Florida Prevatt of Lawtey, collided 1973 Toyota coupe driven Chevrolet driven by Peggy J,
about 11 per cent for all "One-third of our travel is responsible for criminal in- be available for quick Junior College, Jacksonville, with a 1964 Ford station by Daniel Rosier of Lawtey, Gillard, Jacksonville, on SR-
using its services general public and twothirdsare take and investigation of all in June 1969. driven Oct. 28. The accident
passengers response to assist both In- wagon, by Tollie went out of control Oct. 15, on 200
along the Atlantic Seaboard.The college students stated criminal prosecutions, in Peoples of Lowell, North SR-125 northwest of Lawtey, caused $500 damage to the
rate increase will not Shipman. effect removing the County Carolina, Oct. 12. Damages to when the driver swerved to Olds and $300 to the Chev.
affect the fares to Chicago.The Hesaid a record breaking of Judge as the officer who Hunters Reminded Special Stamps the left side of the Volkswagenwere avoid hitting a deer. The Both were charged for traffic
agent said Amtrak is 132 got on the train Sunday, would normally issue a estimated at $400 and vehicle overturned and rolled violations; Malach, failure to
also increasing the "family Oct. 21 after the football warrant. vehicle under control
minor damage in the amount over. Damages were have ,
plan" minimum from $7 to weekend and that he had a "In order to provide the AreRequiredIn l\lunagenlcntArcos of $10 was sustained by the estimated at $1,000. No Gillard, no valid driver's
$20 under that plan, if the fare problem finding seats for citizens of Bradford County station wagon. No chargeswere charges were made. license.
for the head of a householdwas them all. with the service to which I feel filed.A .

$12.50, his wife's fare they are entitled Mr. Sapp TALLAHASSEE Sport- Green Swamp Area: 1972 Plymouth, driven by
would be only $8.50. *. *. will be the individual smen are reminded that Stamps will be sold only by the Finley J. Duncan of Starke,
In effect the new $20 The J'v'sidpriCs daughter! responsible for criminal in- special wildlife managementarea Commission offices at rolled into the back of a 1973 GAINESVILLEBusiness
minimum rules out any Tncia was boned! at a base- take in Bradford County," the stamps plus regular Lakeland and Tallahassee, Chevrolet belonging to
possible savings for ball game the other" night State Attorney said. hunting licenses will: be and at the check station Sylvester Daniel Bright of
passengers traveling only in Our values/ are slipping when "Any citizen having a required for hunting on six during open season. Lawtey, Oct. 12. Duncan had
Florida. the gentlemen who attend criminal complaint shouldsee designated wildlife Sportsmen that wait until disengaged the clutch to start DirectoryAUTO
Amtrak has also announced baseball contests act like Mr. Sapp in our office in management areas during the the opening day to obtain their his vehicle when it rolled back
changes in the arrival time of football or basketball fans. the new courthouse. He will 1973-74 season. special stamps may find their into Bright's car. The mishap
the Silver Meteor and The S mm maintain regular hours, but of Designated areas requiringthe hunting trip delayed as occurred on Jackson Street
Star at Waldo effective Oct course, as are all of my in- special stamp are as hunters with stamps will be near the Florida Bank. No SALES
vestigators, he is available 24 follows: Ocala Area located in admitted to the areas while charges were filed; damageswere
the Ocala National Forest in those without will be requiredto estimated at $50 to the CARS CARS CARS
central Florida, Avon Park wait for stamps to be Chevrolet.A .
Area in Polk and Highlands issued. 1972 Ford Truck, driven R 'DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION
Counties, Camp BlandingArea << Hunters that may have by Rose Lorraine McRae
purchased the regular ::r... PLUS 3O DAY WARRANTYON
in Clay County Lykes collided with a 1970 Ford
Brothers Fisheating Creek statewide wildlife owned by Dimples Jewel MOST CARS
Area in Glades County J. W. management area stamp and Overstreet, Oct. 15. Damageswere
Corbett Area in Palm Beach plan to open the season in one estimated at $50 to the OWNED & OPERATEDBY
County, and the Green Swamp of the special areas may have Ford and $10 to the truck. No A STARKE MAN
Area in south Florida. the statewide stamp canceledand charges were filed in the
The remaining 33 public validated for use on the accident.A .
\ hunting areas will require the special areas by taking their 1973 Chevrolet owned by Marchant Auto Sales

DISCOVER regular statewide wildlife stamp to one of the Com- Edmond Max Gold, Lakeland, GAINESVILLE 1=
.
management area stamp, mission offices or to the check was struck in the left rear of
except Eglin Air Force Area stations on or before his vehicle by an unknown 1636 S E. 3RD AVE. "
which requires a special Eglin November 10. No stamp will driver and vehicle, which left MARCHANT WILL '
Air Force hunting permit. be canceled or validated for the scene of the accident.
[GOLD MEDAL'SHappiness The special stamp will be special use after the opening Upon his return to his car he TREAT YOU RIGHT
valid for hunting only in the date. estimated damages of about
designated area and will not Hunters may obtain their $100 to the left rear of his AUTO SALES SERVICE BRASINGTON
be honored on other wildlife special stamp by mail by vehicle.A Blount Pontiac CADILLAC-OLDSMOBI:

management areas, nor will sending a cashier's check or 1973 Ford truck driven by G 1\1 S. Inc. SALES&SERVICEFlneselection
Plan the statewide stamp be money order with a special Charles Anthony Darling of Used CarsTakl
honored on the special areas. stamp request to the Com- Newberry,collided with a 1971 ar.ovvr nOIl'lldillacTrades
Sportsmen are being urgedby mission offices as follows: Chevrolet, driven by Joseph 2001 S.W.nth Ph. 37M-5WI:
the Game and Fresh Water Ocala Area stamps from the Orlando Bass, Starke, Oct. 17.
Fish Commission to obtain Ocala office at 1239 S. W. 10th The Ford truck sustained

"Everyone Can their special stamps prior to Street Ocala, 32670. about $300 in damages while Factory Authorised ELECTRICPontiac
the opening of the regular Avon Park Fisheating causing about $400 damage to Motor Repair: Co.
Creek and Green
hunting season on November Swamp the Chevrolet. Darling was Sales-Parts-Service
10. Special stamps may be' Areas from the Lakeland charged with careless driving.A 210 N.Main GainesvilleFla. Of Gainesville Inc.
office at 2202 Lakeland Hills
obtained at the following IlepalringHeuindingNew
Own A Home" locations: Boulevard, Lakeland, 33801. 1970 Ambassador, driven :In-25M:1: and Used
Ocala Area: Tax Collector J. W. Corbett Area from the by Mildred Louise Nocks of 2X16 N.W.fith Ph.372-K31K:
offices in Marion Putnam and West Palm Beach office at 551 Gainesville, collided with a PICTURE FRAMES

Lake Counties and the officesof North Military Trail, West 1972 Ford belonging to .
_- GARDEN SUPPLIES
the Commission! in Ocala Palm Beach, 33406. Richard Alan Johns, Oct. 19. ,
and Lakeland. Ocala stampswill Camp Blanding Area from The collision occurred on Creative
also be available at hunt the Lake City office at Route Water Street
causing $200 Custom Framing & Faris
r2: 1 11':00.1. headquarters in the Ocala 7, Box 102, Lake City, 32055. damages to the Ford and $300to L With Johnson ,
Area. Cost of the special stamp is Ambassador. Ms. Nocks A Inc.
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$10 for all hunters between 15 ; :
:: Avon Park Area; Tax was charged with careless .Personal
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and 65 of Hunters SEEDSPLANTSInsecticidesPet
Collector offices in Highlandsand years age. driving. Touch
Polk Counties and at the under the age of 15 may obtaina Oval I! Supplies
MatsPrintsOriginalsWildlifeDraw
offices of the Commission in stamp at$2.50 while resident William Crosby, driving a FERTILIZERS
Lakeland and West Palm hunters 65 and over will 1968 Ford pickup, ran off the 372-4366: ings-Etchings 373-4K10 \Ve Kent Fertilizer Spreaders
Beach. Avon Park stamps will receive an overage permit at road Oct. 19, causing $50 2f111"1.F..16th :3731W.Univ. 224 N. W. 8th- Ph. 378- be available at the area en- no cost. The stamp fee for the damage to the vehicle. Crosbywas
52x12 trance gate during the season. special areas is the same as traveling north on US-301 MOVERS
Lykes Brothers Fisheating that for the statewide wildlife near the Lincoln City in- GLASS
$3895 Creek Area: Tax Collector management area stamp.
offices in Glades County and Long Distance Moving LIDDELL
2 Bedroom60x12 the Commission offices in Storage-Packing Class I
Lakeland and West Palm Don't Prum?AlIt'(Now; Cra tingShippingFree Company
.Ir "Beach. Stamps may also be Estimates Call
obtained during the season at "Glass For Every Purpose

the Camp area Blanding check station.Area: Tax when This is the time the fat of year or abundance two varieties of camellias.will begin One \\\\!\\ Tub Store Enclosures-Showers Fronts-SiIrrors

can see juicy
you
Collector offices in Bradford, flowering next month. It is Furniture Tops-Glass
Clay and Duval Counties and buds on azaleas says Florida Van Service Inc. replaced
and Growers therefore wise not to apply ,
the Commission office in Lake Nurserymen NEW LOCATION
$4995 Association. These buds fertilizer to this plant becauseit 3510 N.K. Waldo Kd. G'ville
1228 So. :Main
Gainesville
will be available
City. Stamps
bud
contain several flowers which could produce drop. 372-4271
2 Bedroom :l72-HI91 ::172-11112(
during the season at the area will be produced in Februaryand Camellias are subject to scale
check stations.J. March. Azaleas should insects. One of the worst is tea
W, Corbett Area: Tax not be pruned at this time of scale. Tea scale is white in MUSIC BEAUTY ACADEMY
Collector office in West Palm
color and when feeding
year. You would remove all of
Beach and at the Commission
heavily on the leaves of
offices in West Palm Beach your spring flowers were you BALDWIN POWELL'SBeauty
camellias, it produces a
to cut back the bushes. Live
70x12 and Lakeland. Stamps may yellow mottling on the upper
with them if Academy
now they are
also be obtained at the area oversized and then surface of the leaf. Tea scale PIANOS ORGANS

3 Bedroom 2 Bath $6495 cheek stations. them after flowering in prune the can be controlled by using ('l1OlCE13F'fIIeARTISTS I Learn. a Profession In Your
spring. Ethion and oil. There is some Spare Time. Full or Part
indication that the scale is Time
DishwasherDoublewide Spider mites may be a eJLipnamMusic,
New problem on azaleas. The becoming slightly resistant to 219 N.W. 10th-378-27B

evidence of this insect is a the material Cygon. Co.
EntertainmentFeaturing grayish-brownish cast on the Those who are interested in G'vllle Shopping Center CAMPER SALES
upper surface of the leaf. Turn plant propagation might wantto
:372-5:151:
the leaf over and you can see sacrifice a few camellia and & SERVICE
the tiny red spiders. If your azalea flowers. Tip cuttings of
are need a these plants root relativelyeasy Quality Printing
eyes poor you may
/Beverly. magnifying glass. Control is at this time of year usinga Gainesville
$6995Gold jrayeN fairly easy for spider mites. mixture of half sand and half atBradford

3 Bedroom Spray the plant thoroughly peat. Make the cuttings 4 and CAMPER MART, INC.
Insert
>flWlllt YoaliatFridaySaturday directing the spray to the one-half inches long.
underside of the leaf with into the peat mixture one and 3111 N. Gainesville
", Kelthane. One treatment one-half inches. Keep the soil 378-2954! :
Nights generally is enough. moist but not soaking wet. In 6 County TKay Service Dept.

Mist P'YO'.Nov RflMM: Those folks who live in the to 8 weeks you will have a {'ompleteCampingSlore
cutting that can bet set out to Telegraph I I Sales
"L t't Sing a Song northern part of the state are :
To.o"tt.," fortunate in having an produce a new plant Concord Volunteer Sm

Medal 964-6305 Key !\lldasd"l"nlure..
and
Wheels Norris,Monitor

"I.love You"Being Around ., BEAT SHORTAGETACK Starke Fan Explorer,Sports CoachCobia

OVER DOORS. WINDOWS. PLASTIC
ENTERTAINMENT.NIGHTSAWEEK F PORCHES & BREEZEWAYS LExIaLEG .
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Gainesville, Fla. 376-1452 Bobby'sHideaway name Fle.O Glass can 1"It" **\. WidlluHOLDS 1030 E. University", Avenue
save up to 40% in fuel cost Gainesville.Florida

GENUINE FLEXO GLASS Is far IN Phone 378-1591 Lynn HamiltonNow
on the stronger than polyethylene", ", it's "'ii.. HEAT

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1L ByMono Please Pass The Guilt 4r"u/rr/ "TpPiIV"i r9 1.,, .e
IF: Marchant (Stout); Angelique And The ( re t ; a'7t Is a new sewing machine in reliable service. Check for a
Demon (Colon); The Sunday the future for you? guarantee, and it should be
Woman (Fruttero); Mrs. Tim _, A new sewing machine from the manufacturer, not
seems back to James Chandler Debbie Carries On (Stevenson); The 1? deluxe with all the at- the dealer. Understand the
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normal since Homecoming is Barker, or Joy Aniirews.It Twelfth Of August (Morris); e' tachments may cost as total cost, and know all costsin
over, except for Halloween. North Dallas Forty (Gent); FrrksrvM F much as $500. This may or addition to the retail rice.
Most of the Elementary is not too late to join the Six Months With An Older i, may not be a good In- Nothing is free. Don't be
schools around this area have Future Homemakers of Woman (Kaufelt) : The vestment. It depends on if you misled by proposals that t you
had carnivals and the Starke America. See one of the ad- Princess Bride (Goldman); P, a- really use the machine and are paying only for a cabinet
Elementary School had a visors if interested !in joiningand Stranger At TIe Gates (Anthony how often. It also depends on or service charge. The
marvelous one. The children to obtain information for ) ; Plum Thicket r the type of purchase you machine is included in the
who participated In the attending the district meetingin (Giles); The Hunting Variety originally made and if it suits price.
Costume Parade really went : Jacksonville, November 3. ( Flanagan ) ; Witch r your sewing needs. After you have made your
"all out" to dress for the (Michaels); The Second Dune ,1 Af.r Over 50 million people are purchase, take time to( study
activity. Three children from (Hearon); Beulah Land doing home sewing and this your instruction book and
each division of Preschoolersto CONSUMERN (Coleman); Where Are The figure will probably soon learn the proper use, other-
4th grade were picked to be Stars In New York? (Heifetz);t Increase. Selecting a sewing wise you might damage the
winners of the most out- The Time It Never Rained machine that will be useful as machine.If .
standing costumes.Our R (Kelton); The Gypsy Tribe a long-time family investmentis you would like further
1'1 (Stancu) ; Last Man At the most important con information, write to me at
College and Career Day Arlington (DiMona); Triple sideration. P.O. Box 267, Starke, and ask
1973 was Monday and it really r Mirror (James); The Tower Some people just think that for a free copy of "Buying A
put some of us on thinking (Stern); Do With Me What they are going to "save by New Sewing Machine". If I
terms. It won't be long before You Will (Oates); The First sewing" so they spend "any can answer any questions for
many of us have to make Deadly Sin (Sanders); Hail To amount" on their machine. you, please call on me.
decisions on what our future by Paul W. Thurston The Chief (McBain); A Fairy Complicated machines with
Consumers who stayed at Tale of N. Y. (Donleavy) A .
will be as to what college we ; features that you may never
will attend or in what home this year knew what Requiem Of Sharks iP2V use can prove to be a poor
profession. The exhibitorswere was happening to their dollar. (Buchanan); The Stuart purchase. Of course, if you .'
very complimentary of But those who vacationed Legacy (Kerr) ; Julia In 1 plan to learn to use the at-
our school and our student overseas had their own woes. Ireland (O'Malley) ; The tachments (with instructions tctg4t eJJ[ {jlt[ IT
body. So people let's keep up The dollar spent overseas justdidn't Submariner (Stephens)); The usually from the purchasing
the good work. go as far as it used to, Wind At Morning (Marshall); outlet) you will benefit by
and that old kindly gesture Man On A Leash (Williams); using all the extra knowledgeand BATHING BABYMORETHAN
There will be a junior of foreign merchants giving Moonrakers Bride (Brent); accessories.For A BATH
varsity football game tonight 10 percent off for Americancash Lieutenant Of The Line the novice it is important The primary reason for
against Buchholz here in the has vanished from the (Macneil); Nine Buck's Row w i to know the four main bathing baby may be to keep
BHS stadium at 7 p.m. Please face of the earth. (Huff); From The Diary Of A categories of sewing him clean but physicians suggest
come and support our Baby But Americans in the tour Snail (Grass); So Far From machinist from which to that a daily bath can do
Tornadoes! ," ist industry here have a real (Heaven (Bradford) ; Sunday t choose' straight stitch, basic much more for the infant
The Varsity team will play reason for joy. With the Girl (Langley) ; The Children zig-zag, more versatile zig- and for you.
against Fernandina tomorrow change!! in the value of the Sing (Kantor)' A Sporting zag, and most versatile zig- The bath should becomea
night at Fernandina, starting dollar in the international mar- Proposition (Aldridge); Two zag. And it depends on what social time, they suggest
at 8 p.m. ket, foreign visitors are now Virgins (Markandaya); Saint use you intend to make of the when mother and baby play
looking to the United States Jack (Theroux); A Two-Car .. machine fine tailoring, just together. It should also be a
The BUS Debate team will an a bargain trip. America is Funeral (Hough); The 92nd hemstitching or whatever. fun time, an opportunity to
In a Debate in the habit of sending some Tiger (Gilbert) ; A Life An unidentified little angel busily fishes at the Southside Elementary PTA Halloween car What should you consider in show love. How you hold
participate nival Tuesday night. Mrs. Liurie !IHullins unhooks a prize for Karen Lori )
Kappelen as Flynn
Tournament held at Ribault 2.5 million of its citizens (Morris) ; Raising A purchasing a machine? baby and how you handle
High School in Jacksonville, off to see the world annually. Hyperactive Child (Stewart); and Sandra Chitty wait thef turn Perhaps you should look at an him enables him to feel your
Saturday, starting at 9 a.m. Now travel authorities report The Last Night At The Ritz "open arm machine," which affection and reassuring support -
Everyone is welcome to come.If that Japan currently is send- (Savage); Slow Wind In The America'I- allows you to slip tubular Talk to him during; the
( need a ride, check with ing 2.5 million of her citizenson West (Roark); Night World Defeated: Inside parts of a garment-such as a bath. Kicking and splashing,
you
Mrs; Fuller in 'C' building. foreign vacations astounding (Bloch) ; The Hard Time Military Machine (Looryij r' ;; \ Q-" "/ sleeve, pant leg or cuffoverthe child specialists advise, are
They are also sending people fact considering that Bunch (Adams) ; Proving Balzac (Tomlin) ; Japafi J ( __ "- / arm in order to sew them to be encouraged.The .
along with the Middle School she has only half the population Ground_ (Arnold); Dragon (Pritchett) ; The Anders 1 ;;;". more easily. A "sewing bed bath should also encourage .
Debate Team.' of the United States. Under 'The" Hill (Honey- Papers (Anderson); A Gui \ extension" can be provided to skin health. Normal
More important to the U.S. combe); Rape Of A Quiet To Unusual Vacatio* \ enlarge the sewing surface. baby skin is acid. It is covered
For those Seniors and any economy is that Japan is now Town (Lees); The Jesus (Cross); The Lure Of Sunk! In Mesopotamia, a baby with a small right ear would be There are also different with a thin protective
other students who are the top source of visitors to Factor (Corley); Shoot-out At Treasure (Marx); Collecti g thought to bring about the destruction of his house.. controls for sewing machines layer of fat which alkaline
working in the work study our shores lead iiit every other Sioux Wells (Farrell); Flash- Paper !Money (Narbeth);Bow T e developed for use by han- soaps tend to remove. It is important -
program, who did not order a country in the wo'ld. And man At the Charge (Fraser); Cokesbury Question in dicapped persons who have to use a cleanser thatis
74 BUS Annual, may still they are spending freely as Call In The Night ( Crafts pf
order one by contacting !Mr. they tour throughout the U.S.A Small Changes (Piercy); The Transition (Kay); ) How fro with limited use of hand, skin, but at the same timeis
The Woods (Mason
vast amount of "made In ; arms, or legs.Another thorough.One .
hall Price $7 $8 with name White Pavilion (Johnston); Frird
due to five pages of color. If USA" merchandise is find Temporary Kings (Powell); A Be Your Own Best Aid choice you will that is used in many
its into (Newman); Recreation want to consider is between a hospitals for bathing babies is
you want your name on your ing way Japanese Thousand Summers (Kanin). Steii)
annual please see Mr. Hall luggage to be borne happily Special Populations ( ; portable or cabinet model. pHisoDerm. This is a creamy
before December 1st. back to Japan. All this tourism My Wide World (McKy{ ); The portable is the usual liquid emulsion that cleanses
does its part in strengthening ADULT NON:\-FICTION: The Young MillionauesArmour choice where space is limited skin of soil and bacteria.Mois
The Civitans and Civenettesare the dollar our trading ( ); The Encyclopdlia t o } or where a machine must be turizing ingredients protectthe
still selling leftover position and the economy in Peace Of Mind (Liebman)'; Of The Horse (Hope); Wtod moved often. Some portablesare skin, and the nonalkaline
Halloween for $1 a bag. general here at home. Understanding Cancer Applique (Laury) ; Gipat merely a regular sewing liquid sudses easily in any.
Please buy candy some to help Japanese businessme,too, (Brooke); The Amazing Songs Of Broadway ( ew i I II t to to head in a carrying case, which kind of water.pHisoDerm.
the organization! are\ keeping a keen eye out World Of Kreskin (Kreskin) ; York Times); Ma ne allows you to fit it into a is reported to
support for many American electronic Mark Twain: God's Fool Mammals And Man (WoW); cabinet at a future time. A have the same pH (measureof
FOOTBALL JERSEYS components which, will be (Hill); All The Queen's Men Nor This Time, Cary Giant machine in a cabinet is more the acidity-alkalinity)
...are still on sale by the sent back to Japan and incorporated (Williams); W. C. Fields By (Eder). convenient and time savingfor as normal skin. Therefore, it
Spanish Club. They are $6.50 into various prod- Himself (Fields) ; Bread someone who sews does not upset the skin's
with name and number in any ucts to be marketed there (Wiener); The Gold Of The KEFERENcl frequently. natural chemistry. Physicianshave
two or three colors. Buy your and abroad. Every marketfor Gods (Daniken); Subsistence ADULT :\ It would be wise to look at at found that it is also unlikely -
jersey now and get it sooner. American-made materialsand U.S.A. ([fill));Preserving The Outlook Find nut ati..utthemanvub-triiningtourcrnpcntoyounow. : least three makes of machines to provoke a derma litis.
See Beverly Meng, Shuri services is a good market, Fruits Of The Earth Occupational: Of Call the nearst, Army Rescrxc, C"l1lercyclopedia before you purchase, to have a It is used in newborn nurseriesfor
Williams, Glenda Epps, and our Tokyo guests are (Schuler) ; Cosell (Cosell); Hanbbook (CU. S. Dep! basis for comparison. Look washing babies' hands
providing just that. Hillbilly Women (Kahn) ; Labor); The Parents'EnWhy them over carefully and use scalp, and hair, too.

- ..... .. .. . . ........ 1-hoJllli 11I them yourself. A well-written The liquid skin cleanser is
- - -
-
rsp instruction book with many dispensed from a plastic bottle
; illustrations should accompany so that there is no soap
every sewing dish or soap bar to harbor
Super wait To avoid catching a cold, a tavern keeper spent 30 winters machine. It should clearly bacteria and possibly cause
I in his bed. explain how to operate, ad- cross infection.
1 hM just, and care for the Before giving baby his bath
/ 9 J' till it's too late ? machine. You are entitled to make sure you have assemb.. led
100Cattle ( free personal instruction on all of the ingredients you will
Of Infancy, III"1 >o'......'..:.:o'. \. operating your' new machine need. Never leave the infant
And Adolescence @Pl"c.
Childhood 0
(/'/ oJ'" and it is important to take unattended, even for a moment -
(Levine); (j)' -.0 advantage of this instructionso to answer a telephone,
In 1926 a car was developed you will get the most use or to check on cooking. The
Jr that washed clothes as from it.Know. basinette or basin should be
Duraclean I JUVKMLE FICTION:\ it rode along. your dealer, and placed against the wall for

Supplement ,,, s Travelers (Jhabvala); I whether you will be able to get safety sake.

Know An Astronaut CARPET PATCH CARPET PATCH CARPET PATCH CARPET PATCH
If Tour Thinking Of (Kubinger) ; Beach Bird
7J. (Carrick); How Did We Find
Using Liquid Feed N ti .. Out About Numbers OUR ENTIRE INVENTORY
100 4; !" YOUR VALUABLE CARPETS-FURNIfURE (Asimovl); Where Have All
Try Super
0 No Soaking The Horses Gone (West-
First and Save :' Ii- brook); The Three Billy Goats AT OUR WAREHOUSE .
D No Scrubbing '
.,/ ..... ?. Gruff (Galdone); Seven Little
Money ;> 1--< '"" 0 Clean & Dry the .'.:;';;=r'" .' ,. Rabbits (Becker) ; A Look Of a. )>
.A d \r' 9) .&" '.<'t'> Same Day! ,-\." "o +F Eagles (Berry); The Way
/" .'- '. PARENTS'. \ .'. Home (Phipson); The Flying REDUCED UPTO 40 % Q
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Shoes Jameson
F I' ':"';. < 'i ( ; Frogs
I
,
,: : ;.:;: Wild Pets (Morris! ); The Cat
Who Wished To Be A Man
Call for FREE"TOO (Alexander) ; Come Here, Cat REMNANTS REDUCED 60 %
3673
Quotation/ f O (Lexau). a -0

LESTER WALKER THE RABBIT IS COMING TO
JUVKMLK.NON: :\ -FICTION:\

GREEN COVE SPRINGS !111!!
__ Lawtey Fla. Jokes And Fun (Hoke) ;
c Simplifies Rachel Carson ( Latham) ; iTO
Harry Truman (Faber). Open Nov. i--Grand Opening Sat, Nov 3

Non-Toxic f.R'I 1 ManagementUnder CELEBRATE OUR GRAND OPENING A BIG WVOJ
All Can Be Self-Fed /NSIAiVTRMDERRE.c A
KKCOKDS: U BROADCAST AT THE NEW STORE FROM 1 TO 5 P.M. SATURDAY NOV. 3bFREE

FeedingPractices Or Top Dressed pJNH+ a --- COKES AND HOT DOGS DURING BROADCASTa. --.
Dawn
featuring Tony
On Feed Orlando Solti Beethoven 9th .
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.., t REGISTERATEITHERSTOREFOR$400FREEDRAWING
:;: j' Increased Profits f.I.
s.cs Chicago; My Second Album
Stable Retains Its, Greatly improve (Donna Fargo).

Potency and Is ,.'" ajr Forage and 'j4 2=s// I.IBBItHOt.ItS Q Qr
9 to 8
: a.m. pm.
not Leached Out Roughage Utilization. Tuesday : Thursday : : ONE SET ATLAS ONE UPRIGHT EUREKA 12 Clay County

Concentrated Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 0 Cresenta
Nor Greater Quantities Of Saturday: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. TIRES VACUUM Su : :

By Bam, etc. Roughage are Eaten.When This WEDNESDAY CLOSED ALL DAY $240 VALUE s89.95 '6.50 eaons

Happens Your Profits increase. jii 1 .

1 ht of z' CLCC Quality and Service is the Same ONLY

WELL BALANCED MINERALS WORK FOR Uthrap c The Prices Have Been Cut! Q

PACKED WITH VITAMINS
: CARPET CLEANING SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE 0Fu
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Q WED., FRI. 9 3O TIL 7.3O HOURS: MON.. TUES:, WED., THUR, 5
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has lUutlvuiilages: which ( SATURDAY 9:30: TIL 6 P.M. FRIDAY -10 AM. TIL 9 PM. X
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Union County Gets Supplemental&curityPayPa


n


New Rescue VehicleThe To Start In Jan ,



of public safety and the City of Jacksonville. Supplemental security
for the City of Jacksonville, Union County Clerk Robert income (from here on we will + al

Capt. John M. Waters, was in Driggers signed for a receiptof call it SSI) is a new Federal

Lake Butler October 4 for a over$300( worth of industrialsize program intended to establishan
special ceremony at Union first aid kits delivered to income floor for the

General Hospital to turn over his office. f financially needy who are 65

the keys to a new $21,000) ) The kits, delivered Oct. 4, or over, blind or disabled.
modular rescue vehicle to are being supplied to the Edward G. Copestake,

Union County Commission county free of charge as a District Manager, Gainesville
Chairman Paul Riherd. participant in the Emergency Social Security office, announced
Medical Care with that payments will
Project,
The vehicle will be used by
begin January 1974.
each of the 12 kits valued to
Union County as a participantin approximately $15. The new To be operated by the Social :
the Northeast Florida ,
Security Administration SSI
first aid units, to be
Eight-County Emergency distributed to law en- I will replace the public
Medical Care Project. The forcement and fire personnelin assistance programs of aid to

fully equipped unit will be put Union County, will providethe the aged, blind, and disablednow
into service in that com- administered by the ttP
means for the officers and
munity in the next few days men to care for the injureduntil Division of Family Services.
under the auspices of Union --
Those already receiving
such time as a rescue
Ambulance Service, Inc., in
team arrives on the scene. monthly checks from this
conjunction with their con- agency in the above

tract with the county. categories will be \

Funds for the purchase of \ DIVE A 1If10T automatically transferred to A

) the new vehicle and other WN'1'FT1.L0TEt SSI next January. They do not ,

support equipment were made A need to contact social

available under a federal security. F .
contract between Health Maximum payments will be il n1 .I

Services and Mental Health SJRJC Debaters $130 a month for one person or

Administration Departmentof $195 for a couple. Not all

Health. Education and eligible persons or couples, : ;

Welfare, Washington D.C., Place In Stetson however these amounts., will actually They may receive be I

reduced by income that a

InvitationalPALATKA person already has, althoughsome

KEYSTONE MELROSE determining income benefits.is exempt in _


Joe Scanlan Among the teams St. Johns There are also limitationson

Business Directory sophomore at St. Johns River competed agains were the assets, resources, or Mama's as well as the kids got a big charge out of the Southtiile Elementary PTVs

Junior College, from Starke, Georgia State, the Citadel, property that a person may Halloween carnival Tuesday night. Shown in front are :Mrs. Walter llutler und daughter, June,
placed third among best Florida Junior College, own and still qualify. A home the viitch.

speakers at the Stetson In- Valencia Community College, will not usually be counted
FISHERMAN'S HARDWARE vitational Debate Tour- University of Florida, against the limitation. Save Those Dead Leaves

nament, Deland, October 12- Broward Community College, Although administered by
SUPPLIES GARDEN 13. and the University of South social security, SSI is entirely

Terry Brown, also a Florida. different from its other For Useful Compost Pile

sophomore from Starke, Also at the tournament, Ron programs. Its costs will be
Slim's tvi"H,e HAARE.Fish'N'Stuff placed in the top 15 debaters. Brown coordinator of student paid by Federal general

D Both men competed against activities and assistant debate revenues. SSA Trust Funds I Homeowners and gardenerscan soil or around plants it is garden' but in a location
coach the will not be affected or soil where it is not in plain view
approximately 100 par at junior college, make a real contribution beneficial in improving
GARDEN CENTER ticipants. Brown left, and was elected president of the disturbed.As to ecology by composting their filth, friability, water holding If you want to get on (the

Live Bart Scanlon are shown with Florida IntercollegiateForensics the name implies, the garden residue, grass clippings capacity, and nutrient ecology bandwagon build
C r I c k \\'orms A. complete line or Hdw. awards from the tournament.The Association. new Federal plan will sup- leaves and some retention Also compost is jour compost pile now!
e"\Ii : rt BEo.IJ.II1iIOORE: : : : l'Al'IiTS:
two-man debate team of Purpose of the organizationis plement income of the household wastes. Through used as the soil surface as a
Plumbing GrOoToneertilizus/!:& Electrical Supp. Scanlan and Brown competedin to coordinate debate and financially law up to composting, the large volumeof mulch to control weeds and

1 T.\'KLE.RODS-REELS nine debates at the tour- individual speaking activitiesfor amounts set by organic trash being handledby conserve moisture. Or, you

FISHING: : IIU'IiTI'IiG: : Lumber&Insecticides Materials nament and finished 5-4. This all the Florida universities For further information- garbage \pickup could be can mix( your compost with
Building
SES-\\J\IU'IiITIO'Ii: : : : qualified them for the final colleges and junior contact your social security reduced considerably and, at soil and use it for potting
21 N.2110 From
lhsy.
yds light
ICE rounds composed of the top 16 colleges There are 29 office at 409 Southwest 2nd the same time, a good sourceof plants.
Keystone H -173-357! Keystone Heights -113-3663 teams out of 44, but they lostin members in the organization Avenue in Gainesville, or call organic matter can be "How do :you build a com-

the first match ot the tinais. $1762575. produced for the home landscape post pile?" Well it's fairly

CAMP TRAILERS TELEVISION-AIR C simple and summer is a good
Compost can be used in time to begin because high

103 Cases Processed several ways. It provides a quality compost can be madein
ROBBIE'S CAMP ATHEISPPLIANCE good usable soil amendmentfor a short time during hot

TV & the garden and is certainly months.Here area few simple Ask''

TRAILER S.\LES Mmoroia' much less expensive than steps to follow: ((1)) use only

Safetyl.owGas-C.G. Quasar T\.STEItEO Tuesday In Plea DayA peat. Incorporated into the grass organic clippings materials leaves such kit as Charley ]r

Price and Gators lot chen wastes light ,
on or pruning
CAn \1:1: : > PORTABLE total of 103 cases were restrictions
III Low Exclusive charge was iohn Leland Redding driving woody materials are very E.
October S.LIC.UII;
TAPE DECKS processed Tuesday,
dismissed
the
Toning Insurance by court hile inxicated; Jack Joseph slow to rot; ((2)) if possible s,
Commercial I and 23, in the plea day session of Lester Wood's
J.IMESW.ROBINSON I ( with Eugene case tabat. Jr., unlawful speed; The State shred materials, but it is not Johns
nt'Sidt'ntial the County Judge's court, dismissed for McLarty
aIUH( Air Conditioning 43 charges for unlawful speed was allowing ack Clarence Thomas, Jr., Museum, located in Sebastian essential, ((31) you may want to
unauthorized
to drive.
3.3hles: S. of Keystone for person tnlawful speed; Tradeous State Recreation Area is at add decomposing bacteria
SALES&SER1'1CE 11 for careless driving, 11 Severiano Pena ,
I7503. pled guilty to ]I Itchalski unlawful speed;, (these can be purchased but About This Question"Our
KEYSTONE H3-165t no valid driver's license. 8 for driving while intoxicated anda the actual site of the salvage
driving while intoxicated and Deter Joseph Summers, camp set up in 1715 by survivors are not absolutely essential).
pre-sentence investigation uilawful speed Jackie Edward (4)) add handful of fertilizer firm that all
; of the Spanish treasure ( a : requires,
5 for improper tag making up ordered. Patricia
AUTO SERVICE Terry Ford
Edmond. running red i5)) maintain suitable those employees handling the
the bulk of the days court failed to fleet disaster. At the museum
unlawful
calendar. appear on l light; Walter Edward the full story of the ill-fated moisture levels if rainfall is Firm's money be bonded. Does

KEYSTONE Ray's Shell Merce Dee Hill was fined speed McKenzie charge, $15 and; Julius costs for Lynn Krumm unlawful speed; fleet is portrayed. Many artifacts lacking! ; ((6) aerate the pile by \i(>ur agency also supply
no Dtniel Eugene Macon, Jr., turning the material bonding where required, for
valid driver'slicense
WI.t'cker Sen ice $15 for no valid driver's licenseThomasSnell are on display
; unlawful speed; Ernest Boyd regularly In several monthsthe public officials
AUTO SERVICE We monitor channel C.8. and $36 or 3 days in the Lancaster, $36 or 3 days Older Operated and maintained by
red should be finished
light
running compost
county jail for careless the Florida Department of
2H1ItS. 11 Donald Emory for unlawful speed: Paul G-rald Vitz, unlawful speed; Natural Resources, the and ready to use. E.
driving. Charley
Front End Alignment .. .... Samson Webster,$36 or 3 days Bily Gene Epps, unlawful A compost pile can be madein \
SERVICE rl' '.:1 :. .... Alvarez was fined $15 and for unlawful Gracie McLarty Museum has been
\\heel speed; sped; Lennon Joshua a simply the
Speed Balancing for valid driver's included on the BicentennialTrail pit. on groundor
costs
no
Marie Bias, $36 or 3 days for JOHNS AGENCY
I AAA Bnnch unlawful bin made of
license Roy Mitchell! Tim- speed; site list of 100 key attractions in a plastic or
.Air Conditioning Service Keystone ; failure to have vehicle under Ba-bara mesh, Locate the
Kay Talpalar, wire pile in a
berlake, Jr., $36 or 3 days for control. in Florida 131 SO. WALNUT ST
nay Call H3.3083 unlawful speed; Jack unawful speed; George convenient corner of your PHONE 964'5070
Brake Service Nights 457-21138 Water Fort
no valid mspction -
Franklin Gunter,$46 or 4 days Ancel Council Tetstone pled
certificate
Julius
I.ubricatlon-Oil Change JOHNSON AUTO for unlawful speed; Robert not guilty to violation of rightof Lyio McKenzie ;
no valid If
Anderson Way, $36 bond you think all fried chicken
way; Gwen Revels, $36 or 3 drrer's license a,
Tune t.p TUNE-UP estreated for unlawful speed; days for improper change Miler, unlawful; Jerry Clyde -ry'k a is the same try Wishbone,
General; Ht'palring- Johnnie Jackson, pled not speed;
It
+
of lane; Arthur Stephen Eugene Merrill s never s6ggy. never greasy,
Hagan,
Goodyear Tires Engines Rebuilt guilty, unlawful speed, case Hewitt, $51 or 5 days for unltiful speed, James , Wishbone is crispy on the
:Minor :Machine Shop Work set for non-jury trial
careless driving. outside
Benjamin Irish, unlawfulspe and oh. so tender
\utomatlc Transmission- Mattie Marie Lawrence
Frank Terry's case con- 4 Ewell and done
; Frank Craft, through and through
Air Conditioning failed valid
to on a no
appear
tinued to October 30 for '
I Blk. Eo Off 21 and I 61k Tires Batteries driver's license charge. Frank red light and for cartl4SS l driving; Kenneth J. Always fresh fried using n
running
:'Ii. Off 190 :\Ion..rl. 7:30.\\1-6: : P\I: Elemio Mongioui failed to no valid driver's Dagunlawful\ speed; only fresh Grade A
having
KEYSTONE IHOTS. H3-1052 Sat. 7:311-1: PIKE : appear on charge of unlawful license. Lennis Hall failed to Eveyh\ Thomson Hamilton fryers Always delicious
....\ (..E'IEI1I1t7: : \ speed. Willie Washington'scase unlawful speed; Edward So always go to
on an improper tag -
appear Law j
(
nce Jr.
Knopf, ,
was continued until i Wishbone, '
charge, Clarence William We cater, tooe ,
unlawful -
REAL ESTATE BEAUTY SHOP October 30 on a charge of no Jenkins Jr., $46 or 4 days for Wilok, unlawful speed; Andy speed W. "
valid driver's license Leslie ; WishboneJ
unlawful Donald
speed. Troy
Thon s Harold Greene,
Warren Sapp failed to appearon Pierce and Zion Felix Foley
unlav ul
Richard T. Loyorn Nell Edwin an unlawful Alfonso speed Clark charge was failed to appear on impropertag WillBfi| Hirsig speed, ; careless James 1shbfl Fried Chicken

charge; William Crosby, drivug Leon Thomas Odom
; ,
Beauty Style Shop sentenced to $36 or 3 days for
Real Estate Broker $101 or 10 days for willful and impnper start from parked
failure due .
to use care.Clark's
wanton reckless driving.
positurt; Robert L.
Crosby,
LAKE PROPERTIES "Fora lovelier sentence was Charles Lance Heeding pled unlatful
speed James
)ou" suspended on a charge of not guilty to Improper driver's Law> ;
RESIDENTIAL << t nce Weeks, unlawful
failure accident.
to
report an
BUSINESS-ACREAGE Phone HS.2211. I James Everett McKenzie was license charge; McKinley Joe speec; Drew Hoitsma.unlatful ,
Bohanan. $26 or 2 days for no speed Cornelius
INSURANCE fined $51 or 5 days for no valid valid certificate ;
Between inspection ; Gold faurez, unlawful speed;
Keystone F1gts. -I13-32S-I Keystone I inspection certificate; Ellis Philip H Reagan$36 or 3 days S. E. :.eegel, unlawful speed.
Therest Mack's
case con-
for valid driver's license.
-113-1692 Heights 7 no Emna DePoe was given a
tinued until October 30 on an
Donald Ted Kent pled not s
& :Melrose probatrary sentence of 3
Edna Knt'ppt'r t13-1111 unlawful speed charge. Silas guilty to unlawful speed and years tr welfare fraud, with
bmanuel Jones tailed to
:Martha nurbin1733362 driving while intoxicated; the stbslation that $25
JimF'or t13-1118 Lanell s :C appear on charge of unlawful Wallace O'Neal'; Preston, $36 month Ve paid until full r

('.\Ic\fee: -I13-10S0 -i speed; Wallace M. Chesser'scase or 3 days for careless drivingand restitute to the state had
Boutique .:I, was dismissed driver'slicense charge of no valid driver's been rrule.M i
S. E. McKAY REALTOR not carried and license continued to( October
exhibited on demand; Albert 30. George Robert Dillinger r
:Member of Society or !Styles' and Accessories \' G. Lichtenberger, $36 or 3 pled not guilty to driving while

Hl."sidt'ntlal\ppralsers For The Complete \ days for careless driving; intoxicated. Milton Bell pled
\\ I v.1oman Larry Donnell Hampton $36 or
St'n In This ,\rpa For guilty to driving while intoxicated ; Neighbors
llwy,21Between 3 days for careless driving; and pre-sentence
26 Years Keystone & :Melrose :Nancy-': Ayers Cox$36 or 3 days ordered
was
:\Irs. :Melba lIen! -173-17-10 flIrs. investigation ; r>
-175-2')11 for careless driving.
.\ t tIrl. Stanley Wayne Richards $26
Jolores Gilmore -113-3600 t(
:\ Joanne Gassell Walter Edgar Taylor pled or 2 days for no valid In-
473.1622Mr.
: Leslie Hobin'ion1131035 not guilty to driving whileIntoxicated. spection certificate and $36 or ::

CONTRACTORS Sammy L. 3 days for no valid driver'slice'nse. r
HOMES: ACREAGE Smith's case on no valid -
RENTALS:. driver's license was continuedto EaH

Office Phon -173-11116 Triangle "B" October 30. Smith pled Charles Edward Peltier
r
guilty to driving while In- pled not guilty to driving while

Fill Dirt Enterprise, Inc toxicated and pre-sentence intoxicated. Hugh W. Biggs

investigation was ordered. pled not guilty to an improper
GENERAL: CONTRACTORS:/
Janice Hawkins Box was
parking charge.
Beach Sand -Licensed-Insured fined $26 or 2 days for Bonds were estreated in the $a

Featuring violation of driver license following cases: Lawrence
Clay Fill The Lindal Cedar homes restrictions; George Antin Norton O'Neal, careless

-173-2110 -173-33-12 Kelly, $36 or 3 days for driving; David Timothy
Tractor ,York St. Hd. 21 :N.. unlawful speed and $26 or 2 Cruger, careless driving '
; "II wiling to the
greet
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P.O. Box 657 for violation of driver
days Gary Lee Wallace, careless dawn of Ii| promising fu. Fried chicken
James
Land Cleared license restrictions driving; Eddie Wayne
Electric Co. Willard Sanders failed to Dempsey, no valid inspection .

appear on unlawful speed certificate; Charles Gordon
Hank Bruning AlII w. B II.0wnpr charge. Herbert Earnel Emmons, unlawful speed; *l .

Clark's case was continued to Wash Harris. Jr., unlawful A Center or the Study of the way it ought to be.

P.0. BOX 41 Commercial Residential November start 11 on from a charge of speed; Mary Frances Martin, Violence <4v> be closed because
improper parked
I improper tag; Sherman Lee (the >iblic has lost interest -
It pa Irs position. Deborah Sue Hudson unlawful speed; in (tl Wjubjccl. Either \
Phone 473-4761 Electrical Fhturps Stephens pled not guilty to Christopher L. Brown, that or it att all it wantsin 236 South Tern pie

Lake Geneva t Keystone Hgts. 473-360'l improper tag charge; a unlawful speed; Neil Bradley ('h. movui
violation of driver license Hamilton, unlawful speed; e ( )


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Bill Baker Speaks To


Waterfront Property- RealtorsOn RightsLocal September Land Sales Total $859,990 I


expert on riparianand about the necessity to allow
littoral rights William the waterfront property owner
(Bill) Baker Keystone to maintain and control his September land sales west ot US-301 from Haskell in the county clerk's office. 1.447 acres of land east of US- and Gloria J, Gillenwaters, five acres in Woodlawn for
Heights presented his viewson own shoreline. reached a high of $859,990! In Realty Developers, grantors, Listed are sales of $1,000( () 301. Site for a future 8DaysInn grantees, 31.8 acres east of 5000.(
the rights of waterfront The board honored area Bradford County $118,892more in Starke to Haskell Realty and over: motel, near the Tastee US-301. Frederick A. Ackerman and
property owners in relation to engineers and surveyors who than last September'ssales Developers, grantees in Janet C. Bowden, grantor, Freeze from John A. Torode J. G. Adklns, Clarice Alice L. Ackerman.: grantors,
current legislation at the were guests for dinner and of $741,098.Largest Jacksonville a partnership to Jessie Richie, grantee, two and Sarah P. Torode, gran- Adkins Clarence Adklns. Calvin Rodney and Eleanor
October meeting of the were given special recognitionfor transaction In transaction.The lots of Dowling's Addition tors, to L. Ed Travis, grantee Bertha Adkins. and Miriam Kodney, grantees, a parcel ol
Bradford-Clay Board of their services by Frank W September was the $386,51)0 second largest transaction 5000.( Prices of transactions are Adkins Kelley, grantors, to E. land in Bradford County lor
Realtors. Brown president of the sale for a parcel of land was the $ Baker expressed concern Board. containing 9.3 acres in Starke for a parcel of land containing to John Frank Gillenwaters 'stamps affixed to deeds filed grantees, a parcel of land Ralph I P. Bryan Imogene
along SK-18, 12000. Bryan Bob L. Cooper and
J. D. Erwin Barbara A. Sarah Cooper, grantors, to
FSP Inmate Draws 5 Years Erwin. \R. C Polhamus and Crown Builders in
HelpingHand Judy I'olhamus, grantors to Gainesville grantees u
b\JatIflfl Willis llankerson and Ethel parcel of land south of SHoW
W Mae llankerson. grantees, for $1.500.)
For Possession Of W two lots of Sunny Acres, J. S. Eunice and Mary F'
eapon 0 About Things 18830. Eunice grantors to !Noel; D.
!BY CHARLES IIAUDY e e Chris C. Perales, Roselle I'ursley and Pamela ('
saw him remove the knife W. C. Airth had the defendant McConnell and Nealy Mc- Pursley. grantees, lour lots in

from Brown's pocket. Brown to indicate to the court by George Huggins Connell, Jr.? grantors to Woodlaw lor $22.IMHI.)
Judge Theron A. Yawn, Jr. After the trial had and Mildred V
reconvened and the jury that no such Garland Mallory and Allene S. L. Madden
sentenced Willie B. Brown to following the Identifying marks as then Several Keystone citizens G. Mallory, one lot of Hudden. grantors, to WIlliam
five years more in prison, on a Tuesday noon recess the Indicated by the records were made aware of the plightof As of about -o'clock last being in a particular age Dalewood Subdivision, W Welch and :Myrtle K;
charge of possession of a defendant Brown refused to appeared on the body of a 19 year old mother of Saturday night, Bradford group but I have learned to $27,51)0.) Welch grantees a parcel nl
weapon by a state prisoner.The return to the courtroom on the Brown.On three who is fighting for her County Farm Bureau ended not tell a lady's age. Edwin L Chilson and Mary land south of SK-21.
offense occurred on grounds that he was ill. Wednesday morning, life after she was featured another good year. Elaine Chilson. grantors to Gertrude I. Priest granter
March 15 1973. Brown was A physician was immediately October 31, Grady M. Pauley recently In a local newspaper. The year was ended, as Since Farm Bureau is in- Sigmund J. Figlock and Ann to L. M. Gaines and )Dawn) i
found guilty Wednesday, Oct. summoned from a previous witness was Mrs. Wendell ( Debbie) usual, with a family mem- terested in agricultural C Figlock, grantees a parcelof Sharon Gaines, grantees. Iwo>
31, by a jury as circuit court the prison to conduct a recalled by the state. Ingram, of Palatka is suffering bership meeting. This time we programs I would like to land in Bradford County lor lots ol John's Addition lor
action continued. physical examination of the The identification records of from the killer disease enjoyed chicken and rice remind all of you who have $13.0O.: () $4.51)0.; () /
Brown was originally defendant. After the Brown prepared at the time of leukemia Despite medical cooked in black wash pots cattle to find out if you have J. D. Erwin. Barbara A. Virgil1.: Jordan and
convicted on a robbery chargein examination the doctor predictions giving her from under the supervision of Don clover t type soil. If you do, you Erwin. H. C Polhamus and Tressie Mai-Jordan grantors\
Orange County and committed pronounced Brown in good his second conviction on three days to five years to Mallette Hail. Don has gaineda sure need to be growing cloverin Judy Polhamus, grantors to to Joseph Johnson. SI' and
to the Florida State physical condition and able to September 24, 1971 were live Debbie still has high popular reputation for his with your green pasture. Cornelious Convington and TlH'Ima: Johnson grantees.
Prison on February 20. 1968, to resume trial. introduced into evidence over hopes for the future and a special techniques in boiling Clover does need some Gertrude Conv I n gtt>n. two acres l lor SI.Him'
serve a term of 6 months to 25 While In the prisoner the objections of Assistant great faith in God. chicken and rice. special attention but it pays grantees two lots in Sunny Harrison.. J. Picket' and
years. detention cell at the county Public Defender W. C. Airth. Her husband is a steady mill From a count of plates not olf. Weather is the only thing Acres for $17SXX Betty L. Pickett., grantors. In
One year was added to that courthouse, on one occasion The second set of identification worker but high medical costs wed, we had about 250 persons beyond your control but can James Harold Sap! W. II. Ernie; A. Schultz. .h' dud
sentence on a second con- Brown became belligerentand papers indicatedthat and the support of three small present. We may not alfect clover and there is Jones. Florine Jones. )Diane .\. Schlut/. Anilities.
viction for escape in Jackson hostile in the presence of on September 24, 1971, children has put the family in know the exact number but nothing you can do to changeit Gruvdon Jones, Sue Me- one lot ol Lake Bedford Shores
County Florida on September the prison officials and made there was a tattoo of a heart a state of poverty. Because of sure know that those presentdid except irrigate and that is Farland Jones. Revere lor $:!4,;:>iMi.
4, 1971. the remark that he would and the word. TINA, on the the treatments' for this some eating and many not practical us I do know Pearse Jones and Bertha S. William Sriti- and.. ( Ella: !I-
Af the trial which com- cause them to kill him beforehe inside upper right arm of the disease, even the care of the bragging! remarks were one or two places where land Jones grantors to James S. Si ite. grantors, to Jasper! I.....
menced Tuesday morning, would return to the prison. defendant with no mention children. Terri, 4; Donna, 1; made. prepared for strawberries has Berryhill and Jewell L.IJerrjhill. McKenzie and Willie :Mae.
October 30, Assistant State lie later repeated the being made thereon with and Connie 2, has gone There were at least two irrigation installations. This grantees a parcelof :MfKcn/iv. )uruiilii-s.\ a parcel
Attorney Ken Hebert called remark to three other in respect to the tattoo marks on beyond the young Mrs. other known big suppers in type set up in pasture can well land west of SK-2M) lor "llan(11I1 Hraillord. County fur. .
his first witness for the state, mates. the first set of identification Ingram's strength.The conflict with us. They, of utilize the irrigation if needed.i.1AlO1d1Vmbz $ .50W.. MlMIHI.( )
Corrections Officer James II.Waldrqp Upon the resumption of the records. family has received course failed to check with us Oscar Estes Jr and :\1<1Ih'lIl' UlulHic.nl.
who was on duty at trial Grady M. Pauley Since positive Identificationcould some clothing and food but for open dates. :Marilyn Estes. grantors, to grantor.( to .Jaru'.... I.! ('"'
the prison's W wing on the Classification Officer at the not be established as a very little in cash con- Seems that all the county Mae C Van Winkle granter lioolsby, .... and Tm.i. ..Kmioolsbv.
date of !March 15, 1973.! prison was called by the state. result of the conflict in the two tributions. Several citizens in and city officials, except eight acres in Bradford ( grantees, one lot' III
Waldrop testified that he The defendant's original sets of records, the state then Keystone, who wish to remain three, were at one of the other County for $7ouo. Crystal Lake llonu'Mti's, lor
removed a homemade knife commitment papers to the called Larrell Thomas, Investigator anonymous, are planning a meetings or out of town. Cleo Andrews grantor to SI.7IHI..
from the right front pocket of Florida State Prison were and Fingerprint Country Western singing Maybe all these things wouldbe M. Ben ton hutch and Vonril Dean Ik'iinclt and I Sharon'
the trousers being worn by the introduced into evidence for Examiner of Gainesville. benefit program to be held better attended if they werea K. Futch grantees, two lots of IIcimott.\ grantors.( loTimotln
defendant Brown at the time. the purpose of identification of Another complete set of Nov. 6 at the Lion's Club from week or two before elec John's Addition to Starke lor J. TomlxTlin. and 1.1 11(1,1. :M'TiimhtTlm. I
The knife was discovered Brown. fingerprints were then madein 7:30: to 9:30.: to aid this familyin tions. We were happy to have $::1000.) < <) { )urantees" Iwo
during asearch shakedown,a regular According to the Iden- the courtroom of the their plight and Mrs Commissioner Eddie Allen, Calvin Griffis. Jr. and "l'l'l'S11 Kradlord 1 I t CounU. 'lor
procedure that is tification records prepared on defendant Brown. Ingram's fight for life. School Board Members Art :Mearlean Grll ris. grantors to M2.INIU
required to conducted' by February 20, 1968, Brown had Thomas then made a Harold and Jackie Cheek a Holiday and Blaine Thompsonand II William Bresee and Betty Ann Ella: Kale.. Swiner. grantor.
prison officials when tran- thefollowing tatoos: The word comparative study of the fabulous husband and wife Tax Collector J. K. "InfInoiici-i i. ", hut Bresee grantees a parcel of In KI/.H'S. Siinclcrs' al\lI..IIIII// a.
sferring inmates from one BEE on the upper left arm; three sets of fingerprints and team, will be providing the Kelly. We know that Clerk you land west of SIM) (Ml) lor $:!I.:>IKI.) I'oyntiT Siinikrs. unmtfi's. .1 i
think lime until
area of the prison to another. WILLIE, on the inner {left then testified that they were music entertainment for this Gib Brown was out of town you: you try Mary Lou Mutton, rantor.to parcel ol )land( in Itr.idloril
Brown had requested to be forearm; WETHERBY on all of the same individual, the benefit. The couple is well and hated to miss because he to a!"r il. Kelly L. Parrish. grantee( County lur SiYiHiu:!: '
sent to the medical clinic on the outer left forearm; and defendant Brown. known in this area for their knows that wash-pot! chickenis
that day.In DOROTHY on the outer right Other witnesses testifying in style of country music. They mighty good.
his testimony at the trial, forearm. the case were: Lt. Charles L. have willingly donated their As I said last week, we
Waldrop identified the knife Assistant Public Defender Brown and Lt. D. E. Coggins. time and talents in order to ended theyear with (IO):!() family
which had been fashioned raise funds for this family who memberships. We gained
from three razor blades, are in dire need of help. about 100 new members last ESTABLISHED U04BacIc.ock
aligned in a row and insertedin Tickets for this benefit, will year. We always lose a few but .
a piece of backing materialfor Drug Delivery be sold for $2.00 adults and 75 : ::
when we pick up a net gain A .... ....
stability as the one that he cents for children under 12. like that, we are well pleased. P'V'I n ..... caws c. U
had removed from the The proceeds will go to the At our next board of FAN FORCED ELECTRIC HEATERS

trousers that Brown had been Costs 2 YearsRaiford Ingram family. directors meeting early in _ PORTABLE
wearing on March 15. Plan to attend this benefitfor November, we will count the The Arvin EUctric Hea'... tupply quick clean, Infttant warm a.... All Arvin H.atoiftf.atur .
on
Young Corrections who was Officer also on Earley duty Timothy Kirchaine. 22. of upon entering/ pleaof Tuesday Debbie Nov. 6,Ingram and enjoy the elect votes officers.for new The directors members and Safo Guard tip over control and a'. Ul APPROVED

at the time, testified that he Starke, was sentenced to a two guilty to unlawful deliveryof music of Harold and Jackie. voted their ballot last 1320 WATT HEATER
witnessed the shakedown year prison term at the a hallucinogenic drug. Bill Belote will alsobeon handto Automatic fhormottat. Child, proof $' 595grill
Saturday night.
Rbbon.I.m.n'
performed by Waldrop and Florida State Prison at Master of Ceremonies) with II .m tol and Imtonf
The offense occurred June When we can have meetings '"
14, 1972 at a local motel.At his indubitable wit. that attract children who havea 1650 WATT HEATER
good time, we are pleased. (Shown l.ft:
his arraignment on May Then from that group right on A Initont redeem hoot plot $1995
14, 1973, Kirchaine entered a up to those like Mr. Titus __ '.m .'o'ur.' 'Ihtrmoitot control.
plea of not guilty to unlawful Olsen and Joe Griffis we are UED 1650 or 1320 WATT HEATER
possession and unlawful My Neighbors 'off button plus
little Separate positive
tMAGIC maybe a happier $
of 1320/1650 WATT fan forced warmth' ot 44 cubic H. 29
delivery a hallucinogenicdrug.
CHEFhitd because each of those .men per minute.
Trial was originally /i have passed eighty years of HEAVY DUTYELECTRIC
scheduled for October 8 and --- HEATER ,
then postponed until October / ---- age.There was some discussion }y;; jr (Shown Lift) t I '

29. about the number of these D.tlgn.d for hoovy duty
?? Jab.. Two hoot VENTED AND UNVENTED
After the jury had been :1 membership meetings we / I ttingt heating up to 1,650 watt
seated for the trial, and before ? should have. The decision was ''Iw' of hot. Us. In workshop. Q
to have two during the next 11"011. or anyovh r In$22g5
any witnesses were called in ,+aty tn S horn.
the case Assistant Public year. Our new board of
Defender Jeff Barker entereda directors will consider this AGA APPROVED
motion to switch Kirchaine'splea and make plans accordingly.
e. One more person who is
to guilty to the unlawful 3oEOPERFECTION A.k About
regular and we are always
delivery charge.
? glad to see him. is Ben Suslow. -

? ., Upon being questioned by .C.I I liurn.. how d0 Sarge as he is known, is rightin _ _ _I_ _OIL I_ _HEATERStHazt _ _ Ganvemeni Tim's
c.) l'I'f I.t fl.. e. Circuit Judge T, A. Yawn, Jr., Jim keep il till dusted:?** that age category also.
Kirchaine stated that he"had Now there were some ladies Tile uJ Quatitt/
delivered 10 to whose names I could call as 06HO
pills an un-
and avocadoand Ul APPROVED ECONOAIRE
dercover agent and that he ----------------- -- ---- UNVENTED GAS HEATERS
was told at the time that the MODELS $29.95
15,000 BTU (Shown Abo..)
harvest pills were "chocolate PHEASANT 38,000 BTU
mescaline," and that he was 4 (Shown I.',) 25,000 BTU $39.95
model
Spac.sov.r
to have received $20 paymentfor

salt transaction.his compensation in the DUCK ir LjJ) h' Hal) .1 $OQ 95 38,000 BTU .. $49.95

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$ I
Assistant State Attorney SHOOT 50,000 BTU Qtt11
Ken Hebert recommended QUAIL
Worn ont orv
dismissal of the unlawful ral rooms ANCMOH-HOCKING'
possession charge against the EJr II.IHCH
defendant Kirchaine. Saturday Nov. 3, 1973 $119 RELISH TRAY 4

Barker requested leniency .
Miles South "
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from the court on behalf of his 50,000 BTU
client, since this was his first Combinationautomatic, with. pwcnaM ol
.
burner
arrest in drug traffic. The State l-ligillvay 100 draft boos. .r, fancirculator. '39"01 morPERFECTION 16CH
maximum sentence for _
unlawful delivery is five Starke Fla. 5# ':$' $19995'l VENTED GAS HEATERS200c

years.It 20,000 BTU $ 69.95

II I was pointed out, however, \ n 35,000 BTU0"_?. $ 89.95
that Kirchaine had a previous : ; Trio P.rr.oen oil h.at.r. 65,000 BTU obev.)
I II felony conviction in 1967 U'.E. Laivmnjr. 9646292AQUARIUM 3tw:;; 0'. unmatched n.w for p.rf.ct horn El.ctrlc wallth.rmottot 50.000 BTU&"i( Control i ,.. $139.95
comfort, tmart ttyling and .
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$22995
e.
I 50,000 BTU Th.,mal, Control and Blow.r $179.95

? 70,000 BTU Th..mal Control and Blow.r $199.95


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An anemic Tornado offense yard line before having to receiver, raced in for "the
scored three touchdowns in punt the ball away. score down the right sideline.
the first half Friday night, as After giving up two first The boot by Green was good
This Friday NightBradford Bradford downed a problem- downs in the initial series of and had widened the Tornado
plagued Baker County team downs, the Tornado defense lead to 13-0 with 7:06: left in the
207. kept the Wildcats caged in the half.Bradford
The win ended a two game remainder of the'half, again scored in
High's Tornadoeswill quick, hits the hole quick andis Pirates and coaching the BUS runningback Tommy Reddish goes in for a Bradford losing streak for the Tornadoes refusing to give up a first the final seconds of the half
face the Fernandina a hard runner inside or secondary is Coach Steve score up HIP middle Friday night adding to the 2(1-7( BUS and evened their down.In when Charlie Green moved
Beach Pirates in Fernandina outside, according to the Bushere victory.Tornado. record at 3-3-1 for the season. the final minutes of the the Tornadoes 58 yards in five I
Beach this Friday night at 8 report. For the Wildcats the loss first quarter, Bradford plays. Reddish scored from
p.m., starting a string of three Very quick, hard hitting and dropped the team to 2.5 for the generated its first scoring two yards out after Green hit
road games for BUS which an excellent lead blocker, is year. threat of the night. Starting lUcky Hall with an 18 yard
end the 1973 season. the description of fullback Gridders While both teams have been from the Wildcat 43 after a pass and then threw a 34 yard
FB has a record so far this Stanley Hiner. plagued by injuries during the short 20 yard punt, Bradford strike to Bruce Barnes.STATISTICS ,
season of 1-5 while the Tornadoes The Pirates like to run their course of the season the drove to the visitors 18 yard I
have an even 3-3-1 passes and options to the wide Wildcats were at an added line with Tim Crews pickingup :
record. Only Pirate victory side of the field. Team com disadvantage Friday night 20-yards on three carries. 6
came against Wes Nassau, ments from the scouting after a large contention of the b
while they have lost to Orange report are the Pirates have Happy WinAgainJacksonville L team quit earlier in the week. After Tommy Reddish BHS BAKER
Park. St. Augustine Camden good overall size and Bradford controlled the ball picked up three yards over First, Downs 12
County. Ga., Holies and quickness{ thev like to throw in the first half as the Tornado right tackle, to move the ball Vds Rushing 115 9
Palatka South. the ball, and like to run the Bradford's Tornadoes rolled 14-6. Register Mark Hildreth, defense held the visitors to down to the 15, Crews raced Yds. Patting 134 101 55
FB might be after the draw up the middle 20.7 over Macclenny\ last Bradford now stands with a Sheldon Hodge and Ricky only 15 yards total offense the over left tackle on second PC PA PI 612-1 3210
Tornadoes for revenge after "They have an extra in- Friday night in Starke and the 3-3-1 record to date and this (Hall. They"had steady performances first two quarters. The Tornadoes down for the score. The extra Fumbles 2 0 i
BUS embarrassed the Pirates centive against us because of BHS coaching staff seems Friday night faces Fer scored three times in point kick failed and Bradford Penalties IS j
last year 42-0 at Bradford the score" of last year's ball happy to be back on the nandina Beach in Fernandina. Performances from .he half with Tim Crews, led 6-() with 10:46 remaining in I
field. game, said Coach purse winning side after two weeksof Macclenny was the last home linebackers Dwight Barber Charlie Green, and Tommy the half.
"They are having a rough "But I believe we are" readyto losses. game for the Big Red. and Early Chandler were Reddish each getting in on the Following the kickoff, Baker County threatened on
time but they are better than put it all together. Last week: the Tornadoes "It's good to get back on the better this week than they scoring act. Baker was unable to move the their first series in the second
their record indicates" says Two former BIIS coachesare suffered an embarrassing 35-0 winning side," commented have been lately, according to In the second half it was a ball with Donnie Sewell half. Beginning from his own I
Head Bradford Coach David now on the staff for homecoming defeat loss to Defensive Line Coach Mike Sexton."I different story with Baker sacking quarterback James 40yard line, Raulerson moved '
Nurse of the Pirates Fernandina Beach. Jerry Palatka South and the week Sexton. "We got good jobs hope we are over our County playing more than Kaulerson for an eight yard the Wildcats into Tornado ;-
"They are hardnosed and Reese is head: coach of the before lost to Bolles of defensively from Steve mid-season slump and look even with the Tornadoes. The loss. On fourth down the territory for the first time
' aggressive and are capable of forward to winning our next Wildcats picked up a total of Wildcats again had problemswith with a 17 yard pass to Butch .
beating just about anybody three games. We are out to 141 yards in the second half their punting game as Rowe.
they play" comments Hurse. finish "up with a winning offensively, compared to 134 this time the ball traveled just i
Fernandina throws a lot, Tigers Ease 28-6 season for the Tornadoes. 15 yards. With Jamie Rhoden running i
about 30 passes in a game. Tight end Terry Hayes and Baker County's lone score the ball the visitors moved '
Throwing the ball for them is tackle Donald Loper saw came in the final two minutesof Starting from the Baker 43, the ball down to the Bradford '
quarterback Chuck Lunch. action Friday night for the play with Jamie Rhoden Quarterback Charlie Green 30 yard line before being
According to the scouting first time since the St. scoring on a pitch out from picked up 13 yards around the penalized 5 yards for illegal i
report, Lunch has a good arm Augustine game when both one yard out. left side of the Tornado line. motion. I It t proved to be a !
and given his time he can hurt Over Interla hen suffered broken hands. Baker County started out Reddish then picked up 17 costly penalty as Baker Co. 1
Bradford.At "Donnie Neel and Marlon the game in a hole when after yards on two carries before went for the first down on ,
pro-man for the Pirates Thornton played quite a bit on four players bobbled the Charlie Green went in for the fourth and one. Linebacker
Is Tom Adk ins with good quick defense and did a good job" opening kickoff, Rhoden was score. Dwight Barber stopped David I
reactions, good moves with Curtis Sirmones and Jack Sirmones, a junior tailback second. McGill tallied his said Coach Sexton. tackled on his own 5 yard line. On second down from the 13, Harper just inches short of the .t
good hands. McGill each scored twice who gained 105 yards on 15 points on a 42 yard pass from "In the last three games the Running inside, the Wildcats Green went back to pass and first down mark as the
Tommy Hightower will be Friday night as the Union carries, scored the first two quarterback Abe Perry and a (See picked up two first downs after shaking-off one would-be Wildcats were forced to turn
the starting at the tailback County Tigers defeated the Tiger touchdowns on runs of fumble recovery of 30 yardshe Page 11)) moving the ball out to the 25 tackier, unable to find an openr the football over on downs. t
hometown 16 yards In the opening made of his own fumble.
spot. He is the best Pirate Interlachen Rams t
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back Hightower is very 28-6 quarter and nine yards in the Sirmones, a multi-duty man After an incomplete 1
pass on
also kicked for two extra
fourth (
: down stopped a

Baby Tornadoes Roll 28-0 points The. Interlachen and ran on a conversionrun. ,, 20 Bradford yard drive line, on the the Wildcats Baker f t

score came drove down to the Tornado 12
late in the final period when .
pli yard line on four complete t

Strickland quarterback ran four yards Jimmy up ". 1Tf'w s longest being by Raulerson a 32-yard ,bullet the t

Over Undefeated Oak the middle for the score. The ., P to Jack Lauramore. :
two
point run conversion
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attempt was no good. Bradford's defense then dug! (
IJ.v Ste\e Crawford Baby Red 35 yard line, giving recovering on their 11 yard After the game the twoteams' $ : aFr in forcing Baker into a fourth I
BUS first down. Glen DeSue line. The Bulldogs gained only had opposite records as and two situation. The visitors
The Bradford High Baby broke through the Bulldog 5 yards on the next three the Tigers are now 6-1 and again gambled and this time it !
Tornadoes slashed through an defense up the middle givingthe downs, punted, and Sharone Interlachen in 16.STATISTICS. paid off as Raulerson pickedup {
undefeated Live Oak defensefor Baby Tornadoes another Gainey ran the ball on a fine 6 three yards on a quarterback ,
a 28-0 whitewash Thursday first clown and placing themon punt return from the Baby sneak. ;
night in Starke leaving the their 45 yard line. Two Tornadoes 27 to the Bulldog 18 u On fourth and goal from the r
Bradford Junior Varsity witha plays later Sharone Gainey yard line.Jackson, LB I eJ one, Rhoden scored for the Y
3-3 for the season. carried the ball 19 yards to Prevatt was sackedfor r Wildcats with 1 1:36: remaining :
The Baby Tornadoes starteda place the Baby Reds on the a five yard loss on an at- First Downs 13 9 ;,;, in the game as he took a pit- 1
long sustained drive after Live Oak 27 yard line and gave tempted pass to Glen DeSue, Yarns RUSH 253 121 chout: around left end.
the ball was exchanged once them a first down. which set the Baby Tornadoes yards Past 76 H i
on the Junior Varsity's 13 Glen DeSue then carried the back to the 23 yard line. Key PC PA PI 4920 Till 1
line Emmett I Bright carriedthe yard ball 27 yards on a close play Aycox ran 23: yards on a play Punts 2 30 I 35 Trailing 20-7( Baker High !
tried
the middle for the second Fumbles 1 4 ,. an on-side kick and
ball around the left end for the up '
from Jackson 15 yards Prevatt on a to pass the Baby Tornadoes first score Baby Reds score in the second yards Pen VO 85 -'(- "" ,- -.-. r recovered the ball. In the
closing seconds
the
with 3:04: remaining in the quarter. The extra point pass SCORE BYOUARTERS Wildcats ,
first period. Sharone Gainey to Aycox was no good leavingthe Mactlenny quarterback James Kaulerson, is on, his way. to I colliding with Bradford, corm drove down to the Bradford 28 "
Kitchen's carried the ball on a right score 14-0 Bradford with Union 7 15 6 0 It >i bu-k Ronnie Hall mi a short run last Friday night. before running out of downs. i;
sweep for a two point conversion 4:26: remaining in the second Inter 0 0 0
Takes llcn'sFino' I 0 lead. giving Bradford an 8- quarter.The Baby Tornadoes kickedoff Tornadoe Runners Fourth In PalatkaNone

The Bradford junior varsity again to the Bulldogs, but Tiger Coach Jack Jones ,

started a hard drive after the the Bulldogs gained only 5 seemed pleased with the BIIS and OP will be Bishop will be able to district due to
performance of the offensive of the first 10 places runners com injuries.
LeadKitchen's yards on the next three downs.
the Bulldogs gave Tornadoes up the ball at Live Oak was forced to punt line. Interlachen played some were taken by Bradford Kenny Green Cove and pete. So he is going to let them "We are training hard for '
Baby f
yard and Bradford's junior unfamiliar defensive stunts on runners in the Palatka Jacksonville Episcopal.The in the meet. the district meet in Palatka t
Tile, runners-iip line Glen DeSue broke out of a returned the punt to varsity the Lake Butler but the line ad- Student Council Invitational outcome of this meet for This year BITS had enough and if all 12 schools attend we 9
last year l took over the top heavy tackle: for Live Oak 20 defensive' Bulldog 45 yard line. justed to them well. Aiding Cross Country Meet last Bradford is unpredictable, runners that they didn't haveto will have to place in the top ,R;
a yard gain Saturday as Bradford according to Cross Country run everybody and some four to go on to state," ''
spot in the Men's: Flag LeagueTuesday leaving the Reds Sharone Gainey broke out in the Tiger victory was runners says
night as they dow ned first down Baby the Live Oak with a three plays later for a 30 yard Lorenzo Griffin with 89 yardson placed fourth overall.: Coach Grover Howard. The didn't get to compete. The Coach Howard. "I think we ,
on 20 for BITS reason for this being that he meet will give them a chance.: might be able to do it."
the perennial chumps Bad- yard line. gain, placing the Baby Tornadoes 11 carries. Billy Middleon! Top scorer was J;
cock Furniture 20-20. on the Bulldog 5 yard collected 80 yards on 19 tries Larry Paterson who took 10th will be running some guys that The next week after the II the Tornadoes should sl I
At
the
Both teams entered the down 10 yard the line on a third line. Gainey ran again on the for Interlachen. place with a time of 13:15: have not run in competition meet will be the District meetin place in the top four there will i/,
play Tor-
contest with identical 2-0 nadoes fumbled the Baby Bulldogs first down but was knocked fora Lake Butler travels to minutes. In Ifith place was Joe this year. Palatka starting at 10 a m. be another week for training ,
records Badcock having loss of 7 yards, pushing the Gainesville next Friday night Gordon at 13:52: minutes Coach Howard is doing this It is not definite yet whethertop before the state meet in j
defeated Starke Builders last Baby Reds back to the Live to lace P. K. Younge. followed by Paul Parsons in because this will be the last BIIS runner !Mark Hodges Winter Haven, the next i
week 40-12) and Kitchens Oak 12 yard line. Jackson 19th with a time of 1420.: meet before district that these will be able to compete at Saturday. ,"

stopping! Cunningham Gulf 40- GF Leads Prevatt threw two passes Ricky Solze placed 20th> at r''
14The which fell incomplete, that left Hunting Ui .* ;NfoilC 14:26: minutes and :Mike t.
first game of Tuesday's the Baby Reds on the 12 yard Sherman made 21st at 14:52:
double header saw Cunningham Small line with 12 yards needed for a lice kin:"For Season minutes. AIIAbouitSkunksTbl'
Fry
and Builders meet to first down. Mike Sanders and Mike I l
see who was to be the only Gainey proved himself once Hunters ho are taking !McKaewere the low men for
team winless so far this Grid again, struggling; throughLive vehicles out of mothballs for BUS. Sanders timed in at ( 4-Lvggvd Kind That Is)
season both having lost their PlayGuaranty Oaks defense on a right the new season should check 15:15 and :McRae at 13:57.: ,
first two games Cunningham sweep to bring the Bradford them for mechanical defects Overall placing for the meet
proved to be the better teamas Federal took over, junior varsity in for their third before starting out on a went like this Palatka] South, :Most Americans meet says. known trom Atlantic to ?'
they jumped out to a 1\\).; sole possession of the top spot touchdown of the game. A two predawn hunting safari, the lint 25 points; Clay High skunks only on the highwayand Safe enough, in the woods, Pacific and from Hudson Bay I
halftime lead and held their in theSmall Fry Flag Football point conversion was then Florida Highway Patrol second with !54.; Orange Park, for most Americans that'senough. this behavior is fatal along a to( just south of the Rio 1'
lead for a 25-13; : victory. League with a big win over made good leaving Bradford advises. 67; and BIIS with 86 points superhighway. Grande. Useful as well as \::/
The second was a pressure their closest opponent, with a score of 22-0 at the half. Col.. Kldrige Beach, directorof Union County ran in the meet The pungent aroma of a Commands Respect! In its noxious it eats mainly insects );\
game as both teams wanted Kentucky Fried Chicken. The Baby Tornadoes the Patrol said "Many: but didn't have scorers. jaywalking skunk that lost a natural habitat, a skunk rodents and other ;
the victory and the two teams Guaranty and KFC had received at the beginning of hunters have special vehicles Palatka South any completely battle with an automobile prefers to live in peace and pests though it occasionally j t
tremendous rivalry going entered the game with the third period. Sharone that have been modified for reigned over the meet taking frequently assails the sur uses its ultimate weaspon only raids a henhouse on nightly '?:
between themKitchen's identical records of 51. Gainey ran on a fantastic use in rough terrain while the first three places, while prised motorist. for defense Most! woodland hunting forays. 'j 1
got their offense Guaranty came out on top by kick-off return from the Baby others use old cars and trucks. taking other respectable The skunk's unique strength neighbors respect its wishes; |11
cranked up in the first half as the one-sided score of 19-0. Reds 20 yard line to score for All should be checkedca places. proves to be a weakness on the those who don't face the Boys Met: Skunk When J
they scored early in the gameto Scoring touchdowns for the Bradford junior varsity. refully to be sure they a re in This Saturday Bradford road. It ambles along without consequences.In America was rural skunks
take a 6-0 lead. They added Guaranty were Scott Allen Glen DeSue ran for the extra top mechanical condition runners will go to Orange fear never thinking that a flash the animal can showed up on farms more i,
another: touchdown about midway and Todd Jackson. point but was hit hard by a U-fore beginning that trek Park to run in a fivewaymeet. anything would be rash discharge through twin often than highways. Writing
of the first ha If and took a Community Bank picked up Live Oak tarkU through the woods." Other schools besides enough to attack it, the nozzles, a spray of stinging, in the Geographic Society's
12-0 lead Just before the half their second win of the season Bradford's junior varsity" National Geographic Society acrid yellowish liquid. A "Wild Animals of North
Badcock without the servicesof by romping past Andrews had a total of 363 yards Other reminders were that mature skunk can squirt from America" Melvin R. 'r
their regular quarterback, Drugs 270. Ricky Sullivan led rushing!, while keeping the headlights must be used 3 Teams Close In Bantam FootballWith four to six separatedischargesaccurate describes! classic Ellis
put seven points on the boardto (he scoring parade for Baby Bulldogs down to only 91 during predawn hours until up to 15 encounter: boyhood
go otf the field at the half Community, scoring almostall yards the sun comes up, and that it is seven games having Kitchens Tile defeated Conner
trailing 127. of their points.Standings "Our boys played Thursday unlawful to stop or park a been played in the Bantam Insurance 20-6, and then lost feet.The secreta ion is n-butyl
The second half saw Kitchens : Guaranty night like they were capable of vehicle on the paved portion of Flag Football League Conner to Starke Builders 146. mercaptan. Sulphur, an "We turned to flee. We
score early to take a 19- Federal, 6-1-1; KF'C, 5-2-1 C. playing all year" says CoachEd the highway. Hunters were Insurance is on top with Conner won one and lost one, important component, helps might have come out all right
7 lead but Badcock came right Bank, 241. Trezza. "Gainey has beenin warned not to fire their gunson Kitchens Tile and Starke squeezing by Branding Iron give the fluid an evil odor that if only we hadn't turned in
back to close the gap at 1914. ScheduleIonday : training for the last three (from, or across public Builders close behind. 1913.! Branding Iron was 1-1, can be whiffed a mile away by upon each other, smacking
With about three minutes left :\ November 5-4 weeks and now we think are roadways. downing Builders 19-6 the human nose if weather our heads together. Down we
in the game, Badcock pushed p.m., Andrews vs. Guaranty capable of doing the job after Going into Tuesday, Conner Thursday November I I. will conditions are right. went. The six skunks a N;
across the go-ahead touch- Federal; 5 p.m. KFC vs. beating the undefeated Live "Hunting means fun and had a 5-2 record while Kit find the top two teams The striped skunk's mother and five half-grown
down and took the lead 20-19 Community Bank.Wednesday. Oak junior varsity," commented game but don't let a traffic chen's had a 4-3, and Buildersa meeting at 4 p.m. If Kitchens scientifie name, Mephitis youngsters, swung their e
hut the lead was short lived as November 7. 4 Trezza. The Baby accident or hunting mishap 3-4 record. Branding Iron is wins, the two teams will belied mephitis, means in Latin, "a sterns about and all 12 guns ;
Kitchens scored the (game. p.m., KFC vs. Guaranty Tornadoes will meet Buchholz spoil your chances of getting in fourth place with a recordof but if Conner wins, they noxious or pestilential belched salvo after salvo of
winning touchdown with a Federal; 5 p.m., C Bank vs. here at 7 p.m. tonight the 'big one' this season," 25. will have a two-game lead on exhalation from the ground. malodorous fluid over our
minute left in the game. Andrews' (Thursday, Nov 1)). concluded Col.. Beach. In games played'. last week the second place team. Mephitis makes its presence inert forms.iitiiijiUp4 .





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I County's Population To Double In 5 Years,, Is UF Prediction I IA



prediction that Bradford the county zoning director L. Gerald Williams, in 1973 the west of Starke" Williams busy since Oct. 1 learning the "These permits showed that shopping center and light hookups will be made or
County's population
30,000, in the next five, to over M. Gaines whose thoughts company has 3,059 local phone says. mechanics of the business, 15 new families moved Into the industry will provide jobs for homes started without a
made years Is dwell frequently on the installations.In In early summer Gene such as deeds and land county during the month," new residents" he continued. permit.
being by a
Florida architecture University of prediction, Though the local any given month) Long, county tax assessor, descriptions. He said Gene Gaines said. It is too early to lie said the zoning board is
The class headed class. population doubling may Williams says the phone mentioned to the zoning board Long had been a great help in tell where these persons will Gaines said he will start in process now of updatingthe
by Dr. seem far fetched to installs 100 that the this regard. doing field work within few
Robert many company new responsibility given be working. Some may a zoning ordinance as to
Heighten, Jr. and Dr. local citizens the Florida phones and board had "Long knows house weeks to enforce
Carl Fless of the removes an him by the zoning every commute to Jacksonville or the mobile homes and making
UF's
and Urban State Telephone Company average of 80, leaving the net grown to a full-time job and and piece of property in the Gainesville. Perhaps theBoard regulations that no utility other necessary changes.The .
Regional is DevelopmentCenter reports it is installing an gain of 20 new phones. The someone should be found to county and he has been a very board is also working
currently assisting average of 20 new phones per phone company has tripledthe assume the responsibilities.In valuable person in my toward adoption of a building
the of
City Starke and month now. size of its cable going August L. M. Gaines was orientation to this new job*' code he said.L. .
Bradford County in a land use In 1926 there were 150 north and increased the size of approached concerning the Gaines states. Long has Rejects M. Gaines is well knownto
study plotting the present use phones in Bradford County. In the cable going south about position. served as an assistant to the golfers who see him aroundthe
and planning areas of future 1963! > there were 1,471 phones three or four times, Gaines warns residents that county zoning board since it curse playing with his
growth. and, according to Florida "Right now, the growth Bradford County has only a was formed. boys. However for others who
Preparing for the growth is State Telephone Manager appears to be south and north- limited number of parcels of The architecture class Spot ZoningSeveral don't know him well yet hereis
land and planning is essential"so headed by Fless and Heighten a short biographical sketch.
we can utilize the land we of the Urban and Regional applications for Antonio Riviera was told He was born March 4, 1920

k' IjLir have to best advantage."We Development Center spot zoning to permit mobile that a duplex apartment he in Miami son of E. A. and
T Ar must reserve space for projected that BradfordCounty's homes in RIA residentialareas was constructing on Highway Ruby Gaines. He lived in
apartments recreation population will climb were received by the 21B in the Santa j Fe Lake area Jasper for four years, then
commercial sites and light from the present all-time highof County Zoning Board Tuesday would not be in complianceeven moved to St. Petersburg for a
industry" he said. 15,600 to 31,200 by 1978. night and all were rejected in though it was being builton time and in 1935 came to
Gaines says he looks on his "The growth stresses the need accordance with board policy two lots. The area was Starke, where he attended
job as an educational positionto for proper" planning and and present zoning zoned for single family school and was graduatedfrom
a large degree."In zoning Gaines says. regulations. residences and !Mr. Riviera Bradford High in 1940.
many instances," he In the month of October Leroy Norman Jr. asked could use the structure for After that he attended Emory
says "it is a case of showing permits for five conventional for reclassification of 34 acres only one family the board University for two years and
", where one property owner's homes valued at a total of on SU-229 (Brownlee Road) said. then the University of Floridafor
: } eriim rights stop and those of his $115,000 were compiled along from R1A to R1C permitting Johnny Barrett was given 18 months.
neighbor's start." with 15 mobile homes worth mobile homes. Although permission to advertise for During his business career
; Gaines said he has been $96,250. unwilling to spot zone the rezoning a piece of propertyeast he operated a service station
board thought there might be of Highway 100 and northof for two years, then put in two
,' some merit in rezoning a SR-100A (Griffis Loop) to more years as an insurance
4"aS 9 Fail To Appear larger area in this vicinity for BW (wholesale and agent, before switching to the
mobile homes but on warehouse), Barrett had nursery business for three
'Iii recommendation of Zoning previously advertised for years.In .
.: Director L. M. Gaines the reclassification to [Industrial 1951 he built the B and G
: : Arrest Orders IssuedAt matter was tabled until the but stated that he had changedhis Truck Stop on south US-301
board's land use study now in plans for use of the plot. and operated it until 1958.
speed Leonard preparation is completed The board announced that when he went to work in the
the
plea day session of ; Samuel
Dan Dodd had been given of Hotels and
County Judge's court, nine Clark, Jr., $36 or 3 days, around January 1. Division
ample time to start removing the State
of
offenders unlawful C B. Browning's request for Restaurants
failed to speed; George
appear Washington spot zoning 18 acres on SR-100 scrap piles of old building Department of Business
Tuesday October 30, Cruce $26 or 2
in an- materials from his residential
near Bedford Lake, from R1A Regulations.
days, (sentence
swer to suspended),
4 summonses. improper Silva to R1C was denied on the same property on Silver Lake, and lie held that position until
tag A.
County Judge Elzie Sanders ;
the matter turned over to
was he
grounds. recently, when resigned to
Dennis$36 3
issued orders for arrest and or days unlawful the board's attorney.The .
as zoning
set bond at $251 in each of the spped; Jimmy Lawrence accept appointment
David board its
Martin placed stampof
was refused board director by the Bradford
Brown $36
following cases: or 3 days, improper -
mufflers and Wallace permit for a doublewide approval on three new County Commission.In .
Ellis The rest Mack O'Neal Preston,;$15 and costs, mobile home which he had subdivisions and will forwardits 1951 Gaines married the
unlawful speed; Joseph Loftin no valid driver's license. moved onto his property on recommendation to the former Sharon Wells who
Houston unlawful speed; Bonds were estreated in the Bedford Lake after moving off County Commission for final came here from Salt Lake
John Bunion Hackley, following an older and smaller mobile O. K. The subdivisions were: City. They have three sons
cases: Roy Mitchel
unlawful speed and no valid Timberlake, unlawful speed! home. The board explainedthat Lake Geneva Estates Unit Terry 18; David 15. and
; the old mobile 1 Conerly Estates on SK-16
home
driver's license; Rafael Billy Frank Smith, unlawful was ; Richard 11.
Delestre, unlawful speed; speed; Gerald Lee Grounds, "grandfathered in," but this (west); and Whispering Pines L. M. spends his spare time
Sheldon Edwin Starling careless driving Albert status was lost when it was Estates 19 lots (submitted by fishing, hunting or playing
; moved off the F. Brooks Herman) on
careless driving; Cecil Wayne Randall Goer, unlawful property and a golf.When
e Corbin unlawful speed; speed Leslie Warren permit could not be issued fora Whitehead Road between SH- only two years old.
I ; Sapp
Michael Anthony Reed unlawful new mobile home on the 229 (Brownlee) and SR-100. Gaines was stricken with polio
Silas
speed
unlawful speed; David Henry Emanuel Jones, ;unlawful same location because it William Wilson, a retired and underwent a number of
would not be in Army officer now living on the
e Murry, no valid inspection speed; Donald Ryder Mont- compliancewith operations which permittedhim
certificate; and Claudia calm unlawful present zoning former Tom Carey place east to walk. He brushes that
MacKenzie Simmons unlawful Patricia speed; regulations. of Lawtey which he purchased off with the comment: "I've
Terry Ford unlawfulspet'd
speed. several years ago sat always been able to navigateand
21 offenders entered ; Terry Griffin unlawful with the board at this meeting I've worked all my life.
of
pleas
Eddie
speed ; Roy !Mott Tctstonc
guilty and were sentenced to unlawful speed Julian Top as a potential replacement for "I look on my job as a
ii the charges as follows: Willie Wyman Howell ; unlawful Ernest Tries who recently challenge. We have an excellent
Washington $15 and costs, no speed; Mark William Bruno Horse Show resigned. The board's zoning board and my
recommendation for appointment is that 1 make
valid driver's license; Sammy no valid hope can some
inspection certificate -
of Wilson will be
L. Smith $26 or 2 days in jail] ; Donald Troy Pierce contribution to zoning
Joy Lane and Becky llutchins display flvitan candy which is sold no vaild driver's license; improper tag; Edward Rider Sat. presented to the County progress in the county"
bring in this! area for Commission for confirmation Gaines
iillouwn. Leroy James Davis, $36 or 3 William Scheyder careless says.
days in jail unlawful spped; driving; Jess Hansen Sand- Kenneth Tetstone was top Monday.
James Lee Aldridge $36 or 3 berg, Jr. no valid inspection rider in the jackpot event held
days unlawful speed and $26 certificate Saturday night in the Brad-
Happy To Win ; Jay Whitesides
I My Neighbors or 2 days, violation of driver unlawful speed; John Robert ford Roping Club's weekly r StarkeChrysler
license restrictions; Bruce Hill, unlawful speed; Stewart horse show at the county
(From Page 101') a ";:' :! Allen Barnes, $36 or 3 days, Wayne Stein, unlawful speed; fairgrounds
7. unlawful speed and $26 or '2 Daniel John Fitzgerald The jackpot event was the
defensive secondary has going to be played during the Ify'. days violation of driver unlawful speed; Charles Hight arena race. .
become less and less second half of the game \ J. license restrictions; Frank Deaver unlawful speed; There were four regular -
aggressive, and we haven't Friday night but the Bradford l 't" Terry, $26 or 2 days runningred Lauren Freeman Thomas events: the cloverleaf basket
made any big plays," comments coaching staff couldn't makeit Jj J "\: "'- light and $15 and costs, no careless driving; Glen Alvin weave. Texas barrel weave,
defensive secondary work out according to \ ---' t valid driver's license; Owens, unlawful speed; and arena race. The two fun I
Couch Keith Steele.Cornerbacks 1 Hurse. Michael Bruce Dillingham, William Henry Merchant games were buddy pickup and Plymouth -
Ronnie I lall "This win helped our attitude $51 or 5 days, unlawful speed; unlawful speed; Jack Isaac lead race.Everyone wanted to
:md Larry Sherman both did a great t deal and I think ,-; Billy Wayne Carroll $100 or 10 Bear Jr., unlawful speed; and see the buddy pick-up again
U. S. 30t
an above average job in the now we will be mentally ready 1J-- .. days unlawful speed; Frank Elemio Mongfoui, because it was so much fun N.
game j Friday night but the for Fernandina Beach" Frankie Lee Turner $151 or 15 unlawful speed. last week. The bucking horses Dodge
rest of the secondary per. commented Hurse.Quarterback days and driver's license Willis E. Thornton and and side saddle riders are 9G -6600
formed adequately, at best Charlie Green revoked for !90 days driving Eugene William Bishop were popular.The .
according to Steele. executed well Friday night -I.-;: ...... while intoxicated; Dean Lee, each placed on 18 months public is invited to come
"We did a good job Friday and Tim Crews played his best "lIe should be .to(>>prd- $36: or 3 days, unlawful speed; probation and Jesse Mervin watch or ride with the roping Have Shipments OJ 74'8
night and we were probablymore game of the year, according to the bird have la bathe Mary Ann Fazio$36 or 3 days, Clemons was given one year club every Saturday night at
aggressive than in the I Hurse.Crews ran 11 times for poor unlawful speed; !Marc Ian probation all on charges of 7:30.gBg5qgpgigj : .
past. Dwight Barber at weak 77 yards an average of seven in that lame valer. Hunt $36: or 3 days unlawful driving while intoxicated.

guard did a real good job for yards per carry. .............. ......... ""'- ".............. -""'- ... "............... ........4 Dodge Plymouth &
us." says offensive Line Green" threw 12 times for six : <;gKMBSgngflSgKgBKCgR! ) !
Coach Butch Redding. completions and 128 yards
Barber's performanceearned passing yardage an average
him the offensive gain of 16.2 yards per throw. .A
lineman of the week award "It's a real good sight to see i yarolgcooos Chrysler Arriving Daily
from Tornado coaches. Tommy Reddish running at ;t.-- ( .,
"Steve Register also did a full speed. His presence givesus it" c ; t/o
good job for us along with the depth we expected since };
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:Mark liildreth at weak the beginning of the year, \ B Ji
tackle," says Coach Redding. says Coach Hurse."I .\ f
: o1"l
Tommy Edwards and also thought that Bruce :) JIJ'l
Sheldon (lodge did a good jobon Barnes did a fine job," stated COME TO % sfa'STARKE'S ALL THE
the offensive line according Hurse. Ricky Hall and :Matt
to Redding. )Hull are switching off very '
"Donnie Sewell didn't do a capably at the fullback spot. MOBILE o 'r
good job on offense. People Three Tornadoes made six ,
whipped him like they never individual tackles against
have," says Head Bradford :Macclcny Donnie Sewell HOME SHOPPING CENTER
Coach David Hurse. Dwight Barber and Steve 1. REMAINING73's
"We didn't depend on one Register.
man as much as- we had in Larry Sherman was named
previous games while the defensive back of the week Quality Is Good
scoring was spread between award while Donnie Sewall
Charlie Green Tommy got defensive lineman and
Reddish and Tim Crews Dwight Barber offensive Service The Best
commented Coach Hurse. lineman. Tim Crews got the
j Everybody on the team was offensive back of the week.

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A Some rain last Sunday and alight weeds and other plants with
-( frost Tuesday was a the pecan trees. This can be
signal that maybe our seasonis done by either a discing or
PRESS changing to more favorable mowing program during the
Need. conditions for winter forage year.

I vegetable production. and strawberry Simply stated if you can

reduce or eliminate com-

Dry conditions were petition to your trees of Insects
diseases, and other
of
delaying seeding rye,
and clover. Since all plants, and provide good
sees are extremely high, nutrition, you will be on the
folks did not want to plant road to successful pecan
Bradford County has a habit of After graduating from high school until there was a chance to get production. I'll be happy to
Richard worked for a local nursery and discuss your programs or
to the occasion when confronted = 7 good germination growth.
rising time.
situation at any
with a genuine need. for several months before having to

give up his job because of illness. He Some strawberry setting is Speaking of pecans, I understand

months the need arose to now lives with his parents Mr. and underway I mentioned last that there will be a
Some ago week that don't have the
we
Crews, in a modest auction at t the Bradford
Raymond
Mrs. pecan
to -.ol-
amount of money r.w this that
raise a large > a acreage year we Market on
assist a Starke housewife whose only frame bungalow on a graded road just have had in recent years. I'm County Farmers November 8. Bob
Thursday,
off 301 North. His father is a retired of folks will
sure our
chance for survival was a kidney tl many Allen, market manager, tells
costing thousands of employee of the County Road t,. t miss the black fields of plastic me that some problems
transplant
dollars. The needed money was raised Department. r 0C0 10./ Fro ip<*ch and a !h.. pins on guarorvte that turn green and then that red inlhespring.l'm relating to the auction have
6 .te American that triiy'll know what ping hoping our been worked out and that
by local contributions, augmented by have n'' on. K.(p thli In mind the n..' runt a experiences with food this and buyers can
outside funds mailed in by persons all Learning of his plight friends N ncwipaptr mak. you angry year will influence many of growers operate as usual. Call me or
read syndicatednews started a drive to raise funds by our folks to return to a family
the who the market if have any
country you
over car= washes and bake 4 k f "W r. It left lo ma lo decide whether we farm operation that will the auction
small town sponsoring about
accounts of what a ._ questions
rv p should have government without newipopert, feature vegetables and
rink has : 1
local r dr
the skating
was doing to help one of its own. sales, and P or newipoper without government...I should strawberries.
given a portion of its receipts for this c f D ETO not hesitate for a moment prefer the latter."
Best of all there is around r That' how strongly Thomas Jefferson felt about There has been good 3 Attend
All of the money was never used cause. '.-e our fundamental right to free Information. 'H'.
because of the unfortunate death of $10.000 still remaining in the Lucile why our Founding Fathers took care to writ*it production of greens and peas
Lovell fund which has now been a Into the Constitution this year. At times these
Cancer
the one for whom it was raised, even crops have brought a pretty
though the kidney transplant had renamed the Bradford County Kidney good price to the growers.

been performed.Now Fund, and will be available for use in Farmers can afford to grow Convention
Richard's= case. But even this is only a these crops without good

in portion of what will be needed for( this prospects of labor and market Three representatives of the
that man
learn
we a young man's treatment and because the cost of productionper Bradford County Unit attended
our community, 20-year-old Richard young acre Is far less than it is the annual meeting of

Crews who graduated from Bradford operation.We for strawberries. the Florida Division.

High School in 1972 is in need of a American Cancer Society, at
kidney transplant, but so far has been have no doubt that citizens of There Is a lot of interest in Palm Beach, October 26-28.

unable to have the operation per- Bradford County will again rise to the the pecan situation right now. The official delegates were
is lot of nut drop and Lillian Stump
occasion as they have always done There a Miss
of the unavailabilityof
because
formed
needs folks can now determine president; Mrs Louise Kite
a suitable donor. Richard is on the when one of their own help. M whether or not they will havea secretary, and Mrs.! Arlin

waiting list at Shands Teaching Contributions may be made to the sg4' good crop. I have had a McKnight, public health nurse

in Gainesville, and will soon Bradford County Kidney Fund at the number of calls from people co-ordinator for the Bradford
College treatments on a local branch of Guaranty Federal > who want to know what they County Health Department.Mrs. .
undergo expensive and Loan Association( can do to make their trees .McKnight participatedin
Savings
dialysis machine while awaiting the i' bear a good crop of pecans. the annual meeting as the

operation. Since pecans are a long- local chairman of the Uterine
season crop, year-round and Cancer Task Force.Under her
J year in and year out leadership, the Bradford
management and care are County Public Health Nursing

I The Pink Lady's LessonHelen ti production.necessary for dependable survey Advisory.of Council whether is doing local a

women are getting regular
I always mention that the Pap Tests.
his understandings. By dismissing a first step to pecan productionis The Bradford County
Gahagan Douglas, the to maKe sure that the trees representatives were amongove
who seeking justice
gracious and intelligent lady over prosecutor was have access to ample plant 3M( ) volunteers who heard
Richard Nixon (though perhaps a little too nutrients or fertilizer and reports on the successful 1973
whose prostrate body reach vigorously to suit the Administration water. This means an application year, and made plans for
trod with mud-caked shoes to ), Mr. Nixon took from of a complete fertilizer future activities of the

the first rung on his political ladder the people their right to the kind of 's-- based on a soil test in American Cancer Society in
be temptednow : of each
might February Florida.
many years ago, that James Madison called the -- year.
justice Crusade total
to "I told so. But in The final
you
say treatment by ultimate goal of civil government.And The second thing that is announced a t the meeting was
of her shoddy
spite million, plus
important is to prevent or just under $3
Nixon's low-blow campaign tactics by reneging on his pledge to av, control Insects and disease on another $2 million from
there is apparently no bitterness in the Senate, Mr. Nixon notice the tree. It usually requiresseven legacies. One use of these
time. gave sprayings with funds will be research including
her heart at the present to eight
that he considered himself beyond the Visitors view the massive Met mill where Ilmenite is insecticides and fungicidesfrom three new

lost the 1950 ordinary restraints that Congress can separated from the lighter quartz sand by centrifugal forte the time the leaves professorships of clinical
Mrs. Douglas thena impose upon him. Officials during the spiral piocess. Further separation of minerals by appear until early September. oncology in Florida schools of
California Senate race to Nixon ( electrostatic! and magnetic, charges occurs in the dry mill. Another good practice is to medicine. One of these will be
young California Representative) reduce the competition ofDuPont at the University of Florida in
It was not until the people of the
because Nixon based his campaignnot Tour Gainesville. I
nation as well as the members of
on the issues, but on trumped-up in wrathful in- ;
Congress rose up r
charges exploiting the wave of dignation and steps toward impeachment I

McCarthyism then sweeping the proceedings were well DuPontMore I
falsely branding Mrs. vr
by
country
under way that Mr. Nixon reluctantly
Douglas as a Communist sym back from the brink of disaster ,
pulled
referring to her in campaign ( than 100 city and
pathizer and agreed to surrender the county officials of Bradford !
speeches as the "Pink Lady. Watergate tapes to Judge Sirica. and Clay Counties, and T;
members of the news media
When she addressed a women's toured DuPont's Highland 1j
"What do that is less than
we Plant Oct. after briefingby \
luncheon meeting in New York 23 a ,
honest. plant manager Gordon j
those
recently doubtless there were
Howell.
who( expected her to say, "Richard That is the question the "PinkLady" E EA ",
Nixon deserves all the trouble he Making the three-mile bus t gw H ,
would have us consider in this Aid i 1
Her only from the plant's office t "
gets"but they were wrong. trip
time of rethinking our moral values.
of Lawtey to
asked northeast
the when area
reference to past was
connection betweenher Having paid a very dear price for the the upper end of the mining
if she saw any lesson learned from Mr. Nixon's "less area where the dredge and

campaign with Nixon and the than honest" tactics, no one is better wet mill are now operating,

Watergate problems. qualified than the "Pink Lady" to the complex visitors operation inspected that the extracts guide Charlie Mcf: Slave clt'fU) explains operation

warn the rest of us. ilmenite and rutile from the dry mill !separators to Bradford County !Sheriff Dolph
Her reply was: "His political ac the quartz sand deposits along Reddish, Starke Councilman Vernon Silcox, and others.

tivities have followed a rather con- Trail Ridge for processinginto ..
which is that 'you the '..
sistent pattern titanium dioxide at

have to win: And the way you win is SpokenIn company's pigments plant at ,
to knock out your opponent in the Edgemoore, Md. Chief use of One of HuJ>ont's new plastic spirals and other uraphene
What I the pigment is in the purls for the wet mill are inspected by visitors to the
avoid issues.
beginning to manufacture of white paint, highland Plant. The uraphene spirals! are much lighter andless
hope will come out in the rethinking is Anger but it is also used in the e\pensi\e and are now being 1I!>t'lllo gradually replace

not just 'Oh, aren't we glad that he coloring of fabrics paper the old iron spirals now in use.

(Nixon)has gotten it,' because I'm not Insisting that he knows how to floor tiles and other products. ; sr 1i.N

glad he has gotten it. I wish he had keep his cool under fire, President discharged water, which is native vegetation bahia and

been a great presidentbut a Nixon in his Friday press conference Other mineral sands caused by the stirring up of other grasses, and pine _
recovered during the mining matter during the J
rethinking of what we accept whatwe organic seedlings, Howell said.
proceeded to launch a savage attackon and having commercial dredging There is no
do that is less than honest. process process. Visitors making the tour were
the integrity of the news media in uses are zircon, whichis chemical discharge, Ilowell[ driven through the reclaimed
general and the television networksin valuable in all foundry said but a small amount of areas which were almost
WHAT WE DO THAT IS LESS applications; staurolite, lime is added to bring the completely covered with I
THAN" HONEST. That is the lesson particular."I = providing necessary discharged water to the vegetation with the exceptionof g

Mrs. Douglas would have us learn aluminum for cement proper degree of acidity. a few "bald spots" which
in the 1930 have never heard or seen such manufacturing; slarbljst. for had not been fertilized.
from her treatment
outrageous, vicious distorted sandblasting tanks and steel; Ilowell placed special
campaign, as well as from the reporting in twenty-seven years of and triasill, which is foundry emphasis on the company'sland Howell said that DuPont

Watergate debacle. In the 1950 public life," Mr. Nixon declared grade staurolite reclamation program signed a lease contract with
campaign Mr. Nixon( was careful to what action the which he said is now operating the State Armory Board on
stay within the law, but his smearingof without saying by During the pre-tour effectively by a process of Dec. 16. 1947 for mining heavy
was news media triggered such anger on briefing, Howell placed removing six inches of topsoil minerals in specified areas of
Mrs. Douglas as a "pinko" his part. special emphasis on DuPont's from the areas to be mined the Camp Blanding reser-
assuredly less than honest. program to control any ad- and then replacing it after the vation.

These remarks lend substance to verse effects on the en- dredge and wet mill have I
the of special vironment in this area He With fertilizing first ,
Now again in firing moved on. proper 'The plant was con-
Mr.
that
prosecutor Archibald Cox Mr. Nixon the lingering suspicion described the treatment and seeding, land so structed at Trail Ridge east Brig (;..Vernon Sikes and Maj.: (;en. Henry McMillan: : of i
actually broke no law but again he Nixon still has no clear conception of processes used to remove treated is quickly brought of Starke, under contract with the Florida Department Military: Affairs, St. Augustine.inspect ( .
honest and did what constitutes a free press. Apparently discoloration of the back into production with Humphreys Gold Corporation, one of the wet mill spirals under he guidance( of
less than
morally
was he thinks the constitutional Drew Reddish of the DuPont staff
place himself in position to be held in
guarantee of freedom of the press
contempt of an American court. should be satisfied with canned news which also operated the plant operation oT both plants,
COp for DuPont during the first ten producing some 300OCKI( ) ) tons of
and "summaries" of
Mr. Nixon'snomination releases tapes starting in April 1949. material annually. The two
In confirming= : years
issued by the White House with no In November of 1953 con- plants employ around 300
Richardson
of Elliot L. the as reporting in depth by writers who MCE I miliijf p4 struction of the Highland persons with an annual

Attorney General last May feel more obligation to their readers Plant began near Lawtey, at payroll of approximately $2.5
Senate obtained a promise from the than the mere printing of 4 y the northern end of Camp million.
President, as well as Mr. Richardson, ron Blanding. Operation of the The Tuesday tours were
mimeographed "poop sheets"If BOB G, FERGUSON: JOHN: MILLER
that Cox would be given a free hand TlONy Highland Plant started in conducted In two groups, one
and Publisher April 1953 when the Armory starting at noon and the otherat
I to pursue his investigations Mr.Nixon could control the press Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter ac Che Post Office at Starke, Board lease was amended to 3 p.m. The early group was
prosecutions in the Watergate and television as he has so vigorouslytried ( FI a. under Act of March 3, 1879. include additional lands and served a buffet lunch under a
matters. the Highland operation.In large tent erected in the office
to do, his battle would be won. Subscription rate in trade area: 16 per year: U.JO six months.
February 1958 the con- area, and the afternoon group
Mr. Nixon broke no actual Phone 964-6305 Outside trade area: 11 per years: J4.0U six months. Starke Fla. tract with Humphreys expiredand remained for supper following
Though DuPont took over the completion of the last tour
Hitler found such tactics helpful, also.
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HAMPTON


AREA NEWSBy SAVE W l



JoMptiM FonUlne1IALMHVKKN

CARNIVAL J


A wonderful crowd attendedthe
Hampton[ School Carnival. .
Everyone seemed to be
having a good time and the
food was good, too. ...\ ;.: \
Mrs. Alice (Faye Waters \
reports that $1,002 was takenin '1! t'fr '''' \.; \ ,
and it will be announced at ''i"';" -:-
the next PTA meeting how c41 .01>.
--:; ''
!
much was cleared after ex
Mrs. Waters would
penses.
like to thank all parents, I 1
.
:;;; ::}}>?:'>< ': isi? ::.i
and
teachers friends
that
success helped to make the Carnival a ( uIru1 /T-\TPRICES rrJ;


GOOD THURS. NOV. 1 THRU WED. NOV. 7 }',<' ::!@:. ':Iiil!!
HALLOWEEN: PAHADK:

W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
The Halloween Parade was
very good. Mrs. Linda Stinnett Chuck
J i was in charge. The main float Roast I
\ was entered by the Women's $8 :
Auxiliary of the Voluntary W-D BRAND USDA INSPECTED (NO ADDITIVES) ::

Fire Dept of Hampton. It wasa Pure Ground Beef
Large Pumpkin, designedby 3 PKG 2 :;:::..::::;:::n',:':':':',::',':::"::'::::::::,::::::.:....:.........:<.::
Mrs. Barbara Bruno and HICKORY SWEETSliced 1 :j:;Wj::j;;Jj;;tiiijIWmkl@jlHJi: :: : ; : .i.
mounted on the orange pickupof
Mrs. Evelyn Powell Then Bacon
other decorations were added, . lB.98c
making it a very colorful float.
W-D BRAND WHOLE PORK SHOULDER :1 WoO BRAND USDA CR.'"'QUICK FROZEN BROAD BREASTED
Police led
The the
City parade
and there were a lot of colorful Smoked Picnics LAND O' SUNSHINE .,.;:/.a.; '.1
costumes by the children and . LB.78c 1">; ....... :1F Turkeys r.v- LB 78CUSD
some adults. MayorArthur BUTTERTHRIFTY ( \
Bruno followed in a decoratedcar .:; };(I./ CHOICE SHANK HALF OR WHOLE

and the Hampton Fire 1 MB.. ...Q \ 0' Lamb lB.99c
Truck finished up the parade. MILD CURED PKO.Qlrl.. 89CWD Leg .
MAIDTOMATOES ( ) BRAND
USDA CHOICE FULL CUT W-D BRAND SLICED
FILIINlSi AND NKir.llliOKSWe LLEAT.: 1 "
:
SMHOICKOKRY Bologna : 88C
just found out that Mrs. ROUND
OR BUTT PORTION HICKOPKGRY
Louise Ilogan was in the
hospital from Sept. 13 to Oct. Limit 6w/$7.SOormore/ purchase exel.cigt. Smoked Ham LB'88C
20 tor a general check-up and HAM
treatment. We are glad you
STEAK W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF TOP BONELESS
are home, Louise. SAVE 33' WVDI
Round Steak 1"
Tom (Hardy entered i F vil.-.T! wH I lB.
Bradford County Hospital, $ SHANK (U. S. CHOICEjLB. 3 9
W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF BONELESS
Oct 25.Martha.
Waldron underwent 6 [PORTION $ .oD Rump Roast $179 9

Oct 29 in the 16-0'0
surgery on W 0 BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF EZ CARVE OVEN READY

Gainesville Mrs. Maude Medical Cole Center.of CANS I u"r LB.
Knoxville. Tenn. is visitingMr.
and Mrs. James Cole. Mr.
Cole is home alter spending
several days in Alachua SAVE 31e

Gcrwal Jlospital.ANMfEHSAKIKS. SAVE 19c $

HIGH MILLER LIFEBEER < FOR $1 FOR FOR ASTORCOFFEE

Mr. and Mrs. Saxon. Oct. SAVE lOc 16-oi. CANS THRIFTY MAID CUT
CJJni
SAVE 17c 16-s CANS THRIFTY MAID
24; Mr. and Mrs. Wilford SQUASH
(Fontaine, Nov. 4. APTHRIFTYJUIC GREEN LIMAS .
Limit 1 with $7.500r
7Agrry SAVE 2S< 16-01. CANS THRIFTY MAID
e4Mgld 16-01. CANS THRIFTY MAID WHo OR SLICED MIXED VEGETABLES more purchase.xcl.cig*.
Ml RTII DAYS 1B- IRISH I.LB. CAN!
TOMATOESAID POTATOESMr
d
Mayor Arthur Bruno, Nov. ? 16-01. CANS THRIFTY MAID
1; Mrs. Wessie! Saxon, Oct. 28; $ 17-oz. CANS ASTOR
Evelyn Vaughan, Nov. 5. CRANBERRY SAUCE SAVE 2Sc 12-of. BOTTLES THRIFTY MAID
6 1 TINY PEAS J
PACK 16-ox. CANS THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE TOMATO CATSUP
..-... CANS THRIFTY MAID 6 8
.
11.01 .. ...
cE:%JOlt (' /INS: GREEN BEANS SAVE lOc CANS THRIFTY MAID t
CANS CUT GREEN BEANS MEDIUM & LARGE
Don't forget the Pot-luck 16-ox. CANS THRIFTY MAID GARDEN PEAS
Dinner, Saturday, Nov. 3 at 5 SPINACH
p in. at the Old School House.
There will not be a meeting
Friday evening For the POT- ASTOR
LUCK bring your own FLORIDA Jf. SUPERBRAND USDA INSP. GR. 'A' FRESH FLA.
ASTOR
tableware and a dish of FRUIT COCKTAIL FRESH
something other than meat. LARGE EGGS
The Club will furnish ham. Limit 4wf:7.SOormore purchaio''''. tigs.' ,f "

SAVE CORN V Orange Juice

11.II''fSl'IIfOI.: :'; ..NEWS'

The Fifth and l Sixth Grades 4 33' $1' 68
recently participated in a
program known( as "It's 16-oz.
Academic." Students taking CANS 1 6 Ii DOZEN
part were Gregory Mowry, 99
Debra Parmenter. Kelly 6-oz.
Slade, Robert Tilley Reggie DIXIE DARLINGSANDWICH CANSASTOR MORTON MACARONI A CHEESE, SPAGHETTI A
Krown, Scot Clark, Timmy MEAT, CHICKEN, BEEF, OR TURKEY
Jones Mike lIenglIke! BREAD EARS
Simmons and Henee UNSWEETENED POT PIES
Williams. Subjects covered
under the guidance of !\Irs.Stanwix.lIay SAVE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE

Math, Vocabulary were,:States Advanced and 2Oe $1 Quantity Rights CANf 99: $ i
Capitols ending with a bonus
ReservedWINN
discussion on Current Events. 1 4 1
illy-r DIXIE STORES INC .
Results showed the Brooker 24-os. 1 frl R S'" Jli.d COPYRIGHT 1973 a oz
team the won Sixth out over Grade Hamptonin group. LOAVES a ila PIES

However, the Hampton Fifth
SAVE 32e THRIFTY "MAID WHOLE OR CS THRIFTY MAID VEGETABLE OR TWIN POPS OR RICH'S

class.Graders) Plans took are the lead being in made their Golden Corn 6 'Ss-00! Tomato Soup 8 10'(4'01.CANS $1 1 00 Fudge Bars 2 12 PKGS.PK. $1 1 Coffee Rich . 2Sa.l 1
for a similar competition at
SAVE OfTUDIETV MAID CUT ARROW EN H FRY REGULAR OR CC ALL PURPOSE

the Mrs.Brooker Zimmerman's school soon.Sixth Green Beans . 616'01. $100 Bath Tissue . 4 2 PKGS.OIL $1 Potatoes t 2 3201.BAG. $1 A DDles . . 5 BAG LB. 79
Grade Class presented a play
"The Halloween SAVE 20c THRIFTY "MAID CHEK SWANSON. (CHICKEN ENTREE 7-oc.). (SALISBURY. '( ) OR HARVEST FRESH VINE RIPE

week.The Gang"entitled. on Wednesday of this Pork & Beans 6 16-01.CANS $1 Soft Drinks . 5'B-'.. $1 Turkey Entree 2i'( 'xil: l00 Tomatoes . l.. 39C

Class is THRIFTY MAID CRACK IN' GOODSaltines VAHLSING HARVEST FRESH

now Patrick being Kindergarten Silk taught who by recently Mrs. Spaghetti . 6 IW..n CANS $1 . 3 BOES$1 1 00 Corn On-The-Cob 2 PKGS UK. $1 1 00 Lettuce . . LB.23C

moved to Gainesville from SAVE 2Oc: THRIFTY "MAID SAVE 1 I7c BROWN N' SERVE TWIN OR ORE IDABlackeye US No. 1 REGULAR VENT-VU

West replaces Palm Mrs. David Beach.Canova She Peas 6 15.00.CANS $100 1 Flaky Rolls 3 ''Ass. $1 1 later Tots 2 Ss.. $1 1 00 Potatoes 10 & 99e

MA7NE
who has decided to enjoy her SAVE 33c THRIFTY MAID MRS. FRESH FROZEN SLICED ENDIVE, ESCAROLE. R RADISHES OR

I family The at Halloween home. Carnival Tomato Paste 8 CANS 6'00. $1 Pumpkin Pie . 46-01.PIE 99c Strawberries 2 %SL $100 Green Onions 2 IKGB 49c

held at the school Saturday

evening was enjoyed by all ,..----------. .--------.. .---- .-. ...-------.-... .--. -----. .-----.-----.. .-..--------....--..-.----
wishes who attended.to thank The those PTA who ( EXTRA :r EXTRJt1 EXTR, : EXTRJTh;r
1 to make it a I I I I I I I I I I
; success.cooperated Winners in the .dx, .ONE GREEN.. COUKM STAMPS... MjtCHAVI O* .d7f,- GREENSTAMDS_ "" .111 #VltM*l MlUXM.*I M ;l'I "/.lttti. H toft *xO *ut.*>M O* .,, ..... .. ...M ,
costume judging contest were e0-oc. JAR ; T"HRE'E"IT; "". BOXES. ONE 16-01. JAR : ; ONE 4-LB. CAN
DEEP SOUTH CRACXIN GOOD 1... u, IAV ONE 48"". BOTTLE SWifTS PREMIUM
Dee Dee Wol ters, Reggie
e,I Brown Ben Wolters and 2 PeanutBuffer 4 Cookies:1: tOn( CofeereamerASiOA ::1 R Astor Oil Canned Ham .
from i GOOD THRU NOV. 7 ; r> :, .:!. : GOOD THRU NOV. 7 4V: GOOD THRU NOV. 7
Proceeds GOOD THRU) NOV. 7 GOOD THRU 7:1
Steven the Carnival Spell. were given at No. 1 __ No. 2 ....,. ,--U: No 3 .. .?. ,?.. .NOV....... :l No. 4 00' ?.. ..... ,. No. 5 .. .... .. -..,.. i iI
$1,002. All expenses have not --.-.....--- ---.---. ..-.-----. .-.- --------------.f.-------- ..-..------. .'r-------.... -.-------.---.....-..

jet profit been on the deducted.Carnival The will final be I EXTRA ; EXTRA ; EXTRAL ; EXTRA ; EXTRA ;

published at a later date. d7.**( GREEN.<' (Hum*STAMPS.W. .- :I I I -d7"( .c.H1sA.M.s!? ( d y l GREEN..i. tauwM STAMPS...n.fHiti o* I ( frH. ../",.GREEN..... STAMPS.". .. : _dx n.,,GREEN..... ...q.STAMPS.,-. ...... ,
nON! 2LS. CU I.-- "oNi'sIiTF-iibT'1. 10-IB. VENT VUE BAO i THREE CARTON'S" :
OFFICE SUPPLIES. BRAD I ..., SUPERBRAND CREAMED : W 0 HAND PURE U. S. No.1 :: FRESH TROPICANA I ONE HARVEST FRESH
,. Cheese I ( : W Fruit Basket
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.TF Cottage 'll Ground Beef PotatoesGOOD 01 Orange Juice
: :: GOOD THRU NOV. 7 : : t:.:: GOOD THIU NOV. 7 :: t.\':' NOV. 7 GOOD THRU NOV. 7 '"t' 0000 THRU NOV. 7
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LEGALS Madison Street 1 Methodist


I will not be responsible for Baptist Church hwPine Homecoming Community NewsBy

debts other than
any my own.
Sunday School 9:45: ; Set for Nov. 11

Paul Bennett Morning Worship alII;
2tp Church Training, 6:15: ; WMU
Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Evening The First United Methodist Elizabeth divert: : Walker< Church will have its annual
Service, 7:30.Monday: .
LEGAL NOTICE Youth Choir 7 homecoming on Sunday, Nov. CHUItCII NEWS
p.m.; WMU Meeting, 7:30: Vi. l1/Ja 11. The Rev. Don Kokomoor, a St John Baptist Church members are invited to at-
Notice is hereby given that pm.; Young Married Bible rQOpportunities former pastor here,will be the Greater Bethlehem Choir from Lawtey will render tend. Business of vital im

1973 Tax Rolls are now open for Study 7:30.Tuesday: cQJ speaker at the morning ser Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. song service Services will purla noe.Jacksonville:: ,

collection in the offices: of the 8 Bible Study, 10 vice. Jasper Williams Pastor. The begin with Sunday School at
Tax Collector in the Bradford A covered dish dinner will Men's Day 9:45: Morning services at 11.
program was
a.m.Wednesday be served in the very The will be deliveredby
County Courthouse Starke Prayer Fellowship successful.! Kev. J. H. O'Neal message
for Service:
Florida Meeting, Mission Friends, Hall All members and former and congregation from Rev. W. M. Oliver and the

Preteen Bible Study 7:30: Sunday Brotherhood members are cordially invitedto Pierson rendered services at Junior Choir will render song

J. R. Kelly p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30.: meeting and breakfast, 7:30: attend. 11 a.m. last Sunday. He spoke services. At 3 p.m. Abelme
Tax Collector Thursday Youth Bible School from the subject "I lear God," Baptist Church of Putnam DirectoryAUTO
9:45
a.m.; Sunday : ;
Hall Rev R. S. Walker and
Bradford County1t Study, 8 p.m. Morning Worship at 11 l'ine'/ l'fi'l Ezekiel 37:4: which was very
will be in
congregation chargeof
1t 11/1 spiritual. The afternoon
-Denton Sumrall Pastor o'clock sermon: "The lurch: services services. 1 Ill'will deliver the SALES AND
Governor's Mistake". Youth II apt;is I were rendered by
All
Level Rev Walter Marshall and Anniversary sermon. SERVICE
Handbells, 5:00: p.m.; Church
members asked to donate
THE CIRCUIT COURT Training, 6:15: ; Evening Four miles west of Starke on congregation who spoke from $3 to the Ward are Leader. Parrish Motors
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF HalloweenActivities Worship, 7:30: sermon: "Let SR-100.) the subject" "A Christian
Tell The Most Parsonage 9646407. Man Corinthians 5:17.:
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Me You About New Bethel Church
BRADFORD COUNTY. MAE BLUE JONES and Wonderful Thing That Ever Church 9(54-6490.( Weekly services began with Baptist : SALES
Rev. Davis
CIVIL ACTIONIn respectfully alleges and says: Happened To Me." Sunday Bible School, 10 Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir[ Leroy School will ,conclude pastor. SERVICE VOLVO
1. This is an action for a.m.; Sunday Morning Wor- No. 3 meeting Monday night. Sunday

re: The Marriage of EDDIE dissolution of the bonds of John Kenney one of the Monday Boy's Choir snip, 10:50: ; :Sunday :Singing The senior choir rehearsal services services for will Sunday.be held Regular PARTS
marriage between Petitioner and scary monsters on the Crusader Teens Practice, 5 p.m. ; Tuesday night. Prayer Sunday,
LEE ROSS, husband and MARY Practice 3:30: ; Nov. 11.Greater. ALWAYS GOOD USED CARS
J. B. JONES. "Transylvania Trail, Training, 6 Meeting is held each Wednesday
ANN ROSS, wife.NOTICE Respondent Bells 4:15: ; Youth Choir. Sunday Evening 921 LAURA ST.-
2. Petitioner has been a pounces on unsuspectingvictim Deacons Meeting 7 p.m. pm.. ; Sunday Evening night. The Ladies PH 356,5654PIANOS
OF SUIT- resident of Florida for more than Cynthia Thornton Worship, 7.Wednesday. Circle will meet at the home ofMrs. Allen Chapel AME _
during the Halloween Hayride Church: Rev, B, C Williams,
NO PROPERTY six months next before the filingof Women's Evening Linsey Thursday night
Tuesday Baptist
enjoyed by 135 teenagers from also. pastor. Sunday School will
Worship, 7:30.: WednesdayChoir Prayer Band, Friday _
this Petition. of o'clock.
Day Prayer 11 begin the services at 10
To.EDDIE Pine Level Baptist Church night. The Senior Ushers will a.m.
Rehearsal 830.
:
LEE ROSS 3. Petitioner and Covered Dish Luncheon 12:00
Respondentwere and Berea : Lovefeast service, 11 a.m YAMAHA PIANOS
Baptist of dinners
sell from the kitchen.
416 N. Madison St. married to one another on Jacksonville last Saturday Noon; Carol Choir 3:30: ; Carol Thursday Visitation, 7 p.m. Holy Communion will be givenin CONN AND KIMBALL
The Junior Ushers will sell
Albany, Ga. July 9, 1957 at Miami Florida night. Handbells, G. A., 4:15.: Nursery open for all wer- ice the evening service. ORGANS
vices.frim cream at 6 p.m Saturday the
and cohabited together as Simulated graves bodies, Rev. Williams will leave for
Monthly School
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED husband and wife until, Mission Sunday
and monsters lined the trail Wednesday Study. Teachers Conference annual conference Tuesdayafter
will be
that an action for dissolution of November 15, 1959. sending chills up and down the Acteens.sp.m.; Family Night dot/iU/, held. Sunday School will begin the second Sunday in
marriage has been filed againstyou 4. That there were no children Supper 6:00: ; Hour of Power.R. November
spines of young and old alike. All things were made services at 9:30: Sunday.
Eddie Lee Ross and you born as issue of this marriage. All attending the hayride A., 6:30: ; Teachers and
him.-(John 1:3) Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
are required to serve a copy of 5. That there is no property, assembled in a haunted Otticers !Meeting, 7:15. through
your written defenses if any to either real or personal involvedin church where the old building Trustee Meeting 7:30.: : To consider the vast unknown Evening Worship, 6 p.m. NAACP News -

it, on the plaintiff's attorney this action. came alive with "haunts" of Church Choir Practice, 8 p.m. space surrounding our Ebenezer Baptist Church
whose name and address is 6. That the Petitioner has has become : The of the
a regular
the Earth meeting
pastThe planet
Music Makers Friday night, Nov 2, the
P. P. O. Thursday -
Dudley Hardy Esquire
made diligent search and
five loads of the mind NAACP will be held
wagon thrilling challenge to Pastor's KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGAN
and World Friends, 3:30: p.m.: Anniversay begins at
inquiry and to the best of her
Drawer 1030 Starke, Florida November 6 at Antioch
then
teenagers proceededback When think out with
Pre-School Music Activities, of man. we 8 p.m. Greater New Hope
32091, and file the original with knowledge, the Husband is not to Pine Level where Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Rev
and Church of Alachua
Mission Friends, 4:05: into the reaches of infinity Baptist in
the clerk of the above syled presently engaged in the Armed refreshments were served bya p.m. L. W, Thomas, pastor. All ROOSEVELT MALL -
court on or before November 23, Services of the United States or large bonfire. The messagewas Visitation 7:00: p.m. venture into space, we realize charge Rev Robert Wright, Interested citizens and 388-8519

1973; otherwise a judgementmay of any other country he is over given by Rev. John with overwhelming impact how pastor. 2929 N W 13TH GAINESVILLE
-Ben P. Pastor
be entered against you for the age of twenty-one years, Strickland, with two Bryant small we are
the relief demanded in the and presently resides at 116 teenagers accepting Christ as
complaint or petition. Castor Street, Rochester New their personal Savior.
WITNESS my hand and the York.
seal of said Court on October 2, WHEREFORE Petitioner !IMA.SCJt'EKADETwentyfive 3
1973. respectfully requests that this EvcryPayLowPricc] EveryDayLowPrice
Court grant a dissolution of her goblins, ghosts
Gilbert S. BrownAs marriage to J. B. JONES, clowns, and an assortment of

Clerk of Said Court Respondent monsters were present at CENTER CUT
Mrs. Joe Thornton's BONELESS
FULL CUTSIRLOKINS
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs FAIR
Deputy Clerk IDA MAE BLUE JONES Halloween party *

''Court Seal)
10-11 4t 11.1 STATE OF FLORIDA The helpers and teachers of ROUND
COUNTY OF CLAY the department are Miss SUPERMARKETSSTARKE'S
Diane Jloore.Irs.! Bonnie

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BEFORE ME the undersigned Padgett, and !Mrs Florence STEAKS

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- authority personally appearedIDA Jones. 320 SOUTH WALNUT ST

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR MAE BLUE JONES, who,
BRADFORD COUNTY. IN upon being duly sworn deposesand HOBO HAYIUDEMrs. A'V'WCIII'O"'O"'C".ooo'O".OMYI.u00000TNSu *
PROBATEIN says that she is the Wife in tIiIlI $139 *tt> MOV r .9J QUANTITY
MIGHT PMSIJtVIOLLCttlCf
RE: Estate of BELLE M. the foregoing cause for the Jimmy Thornton'sdepartment << ?J49
grades 2 through mJ'"
PRIEST, Deceased. purposes therein expressed and aD an pitufd it iccmt
5 at Pine Level
that the statements contained in Baptist LB | U.SOA FOOD STAMP
Church, will have a Hobo Hay
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll the foregoing cause are true and COUPONSFLORIDA
Ride Friday, Nov 2, from 7 to _
correct to the best of her
9:30: p.m.Children.
creditors of the Estate of knowledge. will be dressed GRADE 'A'
up
BELLE M. PRIEST, deceased, j CENTER
like hoboes, with ,
a prize goingto '
CHUCK CHUCK
are hereby notified and requiredto Jan R. Thomas the bestlooking one. The 1 I CUT
file claims demands Notary Public FRESHFRYERS
any or 1 1
hayride will then conclude theevening'
which they may have against State of Fla.at Large
entertainment..
said Estate in the Office of the My Commission expires: 5-23-77 ;;

Clerk of the Circuit Court of [ STEAKS ROAST .:'e1

Bradford County, Florida, in the PAUL D. NEWELL I I
Court House Florida Attorney for WifeP.
at Starke ,
I 1
within six ((6)) calendar months O. Box 654 tiiIri
from the date of the first Keystone Heights Fla. 32656 1 .. < 1 tiiJlIiit

publication of this notice. Each WHOLE nerur 4 3 C 1 1 ... 89 I 79 C
claim or demand must be in By Paul D. Newell Of Counsel Cit 2 PER 1"'lItlf I.S. CHOICE, 1 '

writing residence and must and state post the office placeof 10-1841 118IN BAG LB i LB i LB

address of the claimant and

must be sworn to by the EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF EveryDayLowPrkeSLICED 1 EveryDayLowPrke: EveryDayLowPrke EvcryDayLowPrkc Every DayLowPrkc

claimant his agent or his at FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1/4 Pantry Prid* FRESH TENDERGROUND
torney or it will become void BRADFORD COUNTY. ..t eQrU t tCQ"
Case
according to law.EUGENE. No. 73-225 Pork LoinCHOPS ALL MEATFRANKS

Q CORNISH BEEFPantry
F. SHAW as .. t.iI
CIVIL ACTIONIn GAME HENS
Executor of the Estate of .

BELLE M. PRIEST, Thank for helping have
Re: The Marriage of CARL you us
Deceased FOSTER, husband. and a "(.HE.\T n.\Y" last Sunday

10-184t 11-8 JOHNNIE LEE FOSTER, wife with 402 in Sunday School! .
Join our great Sunday School

NOTICE OF SUIT this Sunday morning at 9:45: : PILLSBURY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF No PropertyTo a.m. Dedicated Christian REGULAR GRIND | PUNCH f
[CrrerAAr
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Sunday School teachers lead Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK i J Jiiimu' CAKE !
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR : classes for every person in the LAUNDRY 1
BRADFORD COUNTY. CASENo. Johnnie Lee Foster fa Rlily. i

COFFEE MIXES
You are hereby notified thatan "Teaching and Preaching DETERGENT
IN RE: The Marriage of SAN action for dissolution of the Bible"
DRA JEAN BENNETT, marriage has been filed againstyou nm:, r: 1 ASSORTED

Petitioner BENNETT, and Respondent.RICHARD PAUL Johnnie Lee Foster and "Joyfully Singing theGospel" LBBAG c i 840z e i 18.5oz
you are required to serve a copy 75 frtrla 99 3/$1
of your written defenses if any 'urrlrcr/ /
NOTICE OF SUIT to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, "Loving People. BOX BOXES
whose name and address is Christ's :.Name""Depending 1 I

TO Dudley P. Hardy. Esq. P O.
RICHARD PAUL BENNETT Drawer 1030. Starke Florida, l'pon the Powerof Every DayLowPrkeSWIIT BonusBuy BonusBuy EwcryDayLowPrke
489 Blackbird Lane 32091 and file the original with the Holy Spirit"
Madison, Wisconsin 53704 the clerk of the above styled _Ml HOW_ FRESH Town and Country

court on or before December 20 Find strength for your lift by Golden RipeBANANAS SNOWBALL FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT DOGIlinitr
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 1973: otherwise a judgementmay worshipping! with the happy CAULIFLOWER
an action for dissolution of liiinilrrils who .
be entered against you for express their i
marriage has been filed against the relief demanded in the faith in Christ each Sunday at ,
you and you are required to complaint or petition. the First Baptist Church. r f_ I i
serve a copy of your written WITNESS my hand and the flesh, iI
defenses ,if any to it on SHAW seal of said Court on October Sunday School I
AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor 1973. 9:43! : !: a.m. I
Petitioner, whose address is "Life the Christian HEINZ FRESH VIVA lltll,tl PUMPKIN or I I
142 West Call Street P. O. Box Gilbert S. Brown Community" Romans I:

1086, Starke, Florida 32091, and As Clerk of said Court KOSHERDILLS
file the original with the Clerk of :Morning Worship I

the above.styled Court on or By: Beulah M. MoodyAs I II:IUI a.in. i TOWELS R5C&t'ltT I
before November 20, 1973, Deputy Clerk "The(..m'l'rnor'lIhtak.! : .." ,

otherwise a judgment may be 10-254t 1122 :Matthew 27l.: :>-2:!t) I WHITE OR ASS'T !
entered for
against you the relief
demanded in the Petition. 'hurch Training
WITNESS my hand and the Notice of IntentionTo 8:l.i p.m. SLICES PET RITZ ;

seal of sad Court on the 12 day Register .-> :New Elective: Training 45 GIANT31/$1 FROZEN200Z 3/l
of October, 1973. Fictitious Name Groups SIZE 32oz

GILBERT S. BROWN, Pursuant to Section 865 09 Et'ninlorship

AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Florida Statutes notice is 7:31): )p.m.
: Donna M. Branson hereby given that the undersigned "1.f'1Ie: Share Jesus" EveryDayLowPrkeROSEDALE EveryDayLowPrkeET EveryDayLowPriceWALDORF EveryDayLowPrke EveryDaylowPrice
Deputy Clerk Quality Mobile Home
Brokers D/B/A ABC Mobile ROYAL
"The Church with
10-184t 11-8 Homes P. O. Box 2253, in the Heart of Starke"a Heart COFFEECREAMER FRUIT..ss.CAKE STUFFINGMIX
Tallahassee, Fla. 32304.: doing TISSUE
business under the firm name of GOtDCN CMC AM STVll .boo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ABC Mobile Homes 2201 N. Phone 964-6. 62 Off WNOLI MIIMIL mil AMOMTIO eotoum /q1.
for free
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Temple Ave. (IU.S. 301 North) transportation ,
CUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD Starke. Bradford County 6/l

COUNTY. FLORIDA. CASE NO. Florida 32091. Intends to register
Ben P.
73254.IN said fictitious name under the Bryant

provisions of aforesaid statute. Pastor
RE: The Marriage of J. B. Dated at Starke Florida this UcryDjyLowPrkcNltTLl IwcryDey\.owf'ricc IvcryDaylowPrkc Cvenr&iylewPrkej [ryOylowPrk [DjyLowPrke CvcryOjyLowPrkcPnlry

JONES Husband and IDA MAE 19th day of October A. D. 1973. William George 6.MA COLGATE Pantry P.'''. SNOAI V4LUI lAHimcHT r..IM P"d.
BLUE JONES Wife. APPLEJELLY Hand & PANTYHOSE
ChocolateQUIK INSTANT BodyLOTION PIZZAYOU" WHIP

PETITIONCOMES Chairman E. of C.Allen Board Minister Of Music SHAVE. ,"a.:": ::;s11 TOPPING

Mobile Home Industries 2 39c ';:' 39c 'Ora ':.. ...: ; I
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CLASSIFIED AD FOR SALE 1960 Chev. pckup LOST bright carpet colors
RATES BEEF CALVES
for sale truck, 1959 Chev. pckup restore them with Blue MILLER-Brown

Deadline for insertion Good Holstein-Hereford selection cross. truck. Moving van with GMC t FOR RENT :I Lustre. Rent electric sham- HINEHURST
on hand at all GROCERY AND
$1. VARIETY STORK
Tuesday before Noon preceding times. Richardson's Dairy, 2 tractor Ph. 431-1000. Itchg E.pooer Call St., Devrlck 9646163.el11J .Inc., 301 W.have Molt Complett
Thursday
publication miles
south of Sanderson, Fla. FABRIC AND NOTIONS SHOPIn
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Minimum Charge$2.00 on SRS229. 2tchg. 11-1 -- -- Stark

(Covers IS Words) FOR SALE 1967 Chevrolet FOR RENT Furnished apartment Also Complete Lineal'Hardware end Drapery Suppllal

Each word over IS ------------ Impala, 2 door supcisport. 3 rooms, 1 bath, no Volkswagen Hwy 100 East Store Hours 7.11
Of Stark
10 cents Expensive tires, disc brakes, children or pets. Available 7 Days Weak
clean good condition, $850 Nov. 5. Call 964-8021,204 W. Mirrall and Chrlitlna D... T.P.>

All Classified Ads must be NEW COLOR W of your choice 468-1554 Hampton. Itp Adkins Street. 1tp ] NEW a USED 'W1

paid for in advance unless you CAN be added to your mobile SALES SERVICE

have an established home -- SALES PARTSSERVICE
account purchased from ABC. ------- ---
with the Telegraph In that ABC Mobile Homes,4545 NW NEW AND USED 1MI. NORTH OF THE MALL

event 50( cents extra charge 13th St, Gainesville, Fla. MISCELLANEOUSELECTRICAL I FOR RENT- 2 bedroom trailer, GAINESVILLE
for billing. Not responsible for Itchg. water furnished. Rd. 100-W, USED IMPORT CARS lUll Sawing OperatorsExperienced

errors when given over the Ph. 964-8797, $70 mo. Itp Harfred Auto I

phone or. when is --------- CARL BEGGS
copy not --- Preferred But We Will Train.If .
typed and brought to the of- ----- -------- Imports, Inc.

fice. FOR SALE AKC home electrical WIRING services mobile, 509 E. UNIVERSITY Gulf Service f You Are Seeking Regular Permanent

poodles, 2 Registered carpentry. Call Marshall Mott FOR RENT Kingsley Lake GAINESVILLE .372-4373 Employment.
males
2
aor.a>. females 485-4402 Brooker apartment, furnished
650 each Call Fla. Free air USED
431-1981 before estimates.. Itp conditioned. Inquire at 119 N.

r FOR SALE J 5pm. 4tp 11.8 Walnut St., Starka. tfchg Cadillac Uniform Co.

------- --
--- PARTSFOR
----- I
------- ------------ Sewing'Machine 441 E. Brownie.

MOBILE HOME WISH you knew a painter in I Stark., Fla. (TF)
MOVING.
BIC PENS. BRADFORD mobile home hurricane Also Starker Call 964-5236 bet- FOR RENT 12' wide mobile MOST MAKES *
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 19 an- ween 6:30-8: a.m. or 4-9 p.m. homes outside city limits. J.
choring and mobile home roof OF CARS
cents and 25 cents. TF coating. Olin's MOBILE daily for free estimates. B. White. Ph. 9646114. If no
Home
answer call 964-6152 tfchg SAL S AND SERVICE ,
Service.. 964-5606, Rt. 100 W. ---- 24 HR WRECKER SERVICE]
-------- PFAFF OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
-
YARD SALE Corner of Starke, Fla. tfchg ELNA I
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Madison and Walnut. -- FOR NEW HOME HWY 301 N. WALDO HWY. 100 W. PH. 964-5606 if; tn .,
ELECTRICAL
Saturday Nov. 3, from air condition ;
900
until 2:GO. Sponsored by Beta TV Color picture .ubes only 679 service and carpentry call WHITE PHONE 468-1998 THIS IS YOUR DREAM HOME k i l
plus labor, Dahmers Discount Marshall Mott
485-4402
Sigma Phil. Itchg I
LOST AND FOUNDLOST I
tfchg Brooker .Fla. Free estimate.. $49.50 24X6" PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
2tp 11-1 up JIMMY MOORE'SSun
------------ 2 BATH
FAMILY ROOM &
------------ CARPET THROUGHOUT'FALL
PARTS a REPAIRS ON ALL Sports I_
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LOOKING for a mobile home OTHER MAKE MACHINESNational CLOSE-OUT SALE-S15.5OO

swap shop? See any salesmanat FOR SALE Acre Homesites, Boston Terrier (Male). ,I MORE BOAT FOR

ABC Mobile Homes, 4545 one-half mile south of townon For information on World Book( Name Jeff. If found or know YOUR MONEY I- -S

N. W. 13th St., Gainesville, west side of 301. From Encyclopedia call M. A, whereabouts notify Mitchell STARKE PH 964-5791 1'

Fla. 32601. Itchg 2695. Ph. 964-6191.2tp 11-1 Payne, 964-6560 after 5 pn 1., Brown. Reward. Ph. 782- BILL'S C.B. RADIO & EQUIP

tfchg. 3912, Lawtey. 2tp 11/8 611 W. UNIV. AVE.GAINESVILLE. COMPLETE OUTBOARD & 321 N.
-- TEMPLE AVE.
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FLA. STERN DRIVE SERVICE I
- STARKE. FLORIDA
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378-1355 AND REPAIR
IF you are choosy and you have FOR SALE AKC registered COMPLETE JOHNSON 123 A PRICES HAVE GONE UP t
looked German HOUSE PAINTING -For free FIBERGLASS I
at Mobile Homes until Shepard pups, silver
you are woozy. Go to ABC grey $50.00 each, 5 males, 3 estimates call 964-5236 REPAIR I IBILL'S
Mobile Homes 4545 N. W. females 8 weeks old. 318 between 6;30-8 a.m. or 4-9 HOUSES FOR SALE I I O.C. Carnes CUSTOM BUILT FIBER RETAIL $159.95

13th St., Gainesville, Fla. Lafayette Street or Phone p.m. daily. Itp GLASS FISHING BOATS '
32601. tfchg 964-8017. 2tp 11-1 Nursery PRICE 139"PEARCE :

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THOUSANDSOF SIMPSON
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-- REPOSSESSED HOMES Wide PLANTS FRUIT Poultry Equip.Of TOM CAT I
LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast TREES. SHADE TREES. 23
variety low transfer fee. ABC
TIRED OF LOOKING? COME TO FOR SALE Sears 6 horse with X-II EVERGREENS' All Kinds.R. t
ABC We have Diet Plan, $3.00. MOBILE HOMES, 4545 NW CAMELLIAS I RETAIL SI39.95BILL'S
a company power riding mower with REDUCE Excess Fluids with 13th St., Gainesville, Ra. AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN
stock pile of 2,000 homes. IF grass catcher Good condition X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back 32601 Itchg CANS PLANT ANYTIME Q. SIMMONS EQUIP. PRICE I
WE DON'T HAVE IT, WE 5 1199S
cu. ft. refrigerator. Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp LANDSCAPING 23 MI.
CAN GET ITI! ABC Mobile Like CO. I
new Baby bed, 11-8' '
new SE OF STARKE. HWY 100 BUY NOW & SAVE
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Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., mattress. Phone 964-5390
Gainesville, Fla. Itchg. 426 N. Walnut. Itp FLORAHOME 659-2165 317 E. BROWNLEE ST HOME OF THE MAGNETIC SIGN I II
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1970 2 bedroom 12 x 64 Mobile STARKE. FLA 964-8346 72 HR. SERVICE 9648361'I

------------- ------------ WANTED Used furniture, Home, $3995. ABC Mobile '
refrigerators, washers Dah Homes, 4545 NW 13th St., United Farm - -- ---------,

WE NOW HAVE diamond FOR SALE Registered Angus mer's Discount House. tfchg Gainesville, Fla. 32601 Agency, Inc PHONE 964-6819
STARKE BUILDERSA
needles for any make or model Bull Calves. J. B. White.
------------ PEG. REAL ESTATE BROKER TFCHG
stereo player. Dahmar's Phone..964-6114. tfchg
HOUSE PAINTING and minor COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
Discount House tfchg -- PAUL IRENE "
home repairs. Call 964-5236 PHONE 964-527O 219 E. WASHINGTON ST.
----------- 1971 2 Bedroom. FAULKNERASSOCIATES
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Small
between 6;30-8( a.m. or 4-9 equity, INSURANCEAT STARKE. FLA.
p.m. for free estimates. Ask assume payments. Lass than REDUCED RATES
WATSON'SHOUSE for Mr Alan Baxter. 1tp $75 a month. ABC Mobile 2305 N. TEMPLE AVE. Congoleum Shinyl I Vinyl"THE
FOR SALE Hay the bale
by
or Homes AUTO FIRE BOAT
OF VACUUMS 4545 NW 13th St., STARKE.FLA 964-5065 .
ton. Call A. B. Whitehead, Jr. NO WAX FLOOR"
Gainesville
------------ Fla. 32601 Itchg WANT TO SELL OR BUY DOYLE E. CONNER $4,59
Many brands of new vacuums 964-5630. Itp COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6.SO
$39.00 Used REAL ESTATE? INSURANCE AGENCY PER SQ.YD
machines --
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up. WANTED horse -------
------------ saddles, what CALL US FOR BEST PRICES TCHG
from 10. Expert Repairs all
have you got? Dahmers Beautifully SculpturedHI
makes. Parts and Accessoriesfor Discount FOR SALE Ov/ner/ transferred.Less PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG

all vacuums. Built In 9 ACRES, fenced, citrus grove, tfchg.----- than 6 months old 3 LOW NYLON

central vacuum cleaning 80 grove burners, 50 pecan bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, block Adult Mobile MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS
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systems. 712 N. Main, trees, and 3 BR, 2 baths home home, central heat and A/C, tear F.HA.SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY $6.97

Gainesville 376-7110. with central heat and air. TROUBLE WITH YOUR DOWN wall to wall carpet with 2 t? 3 :JI'e eSel'vice Home ParkIN .INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD

Located on paved highwaynear PAYMENT?Check into ABCs acres land beautifully land-
Shag
Melrose. $40,000. Mrs. all new LAY-AWAY scaped. Must see to appreciate CITY LIMITS S3O A MONTH
------------ PLAN.
Cannon at Quality Realty 372- ABC Mobile Homes,4545 NW 23000. 4732427. WALK TO NEIGHBORHOOD THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK !

8441 or 3721469. 1tp 13th St. Itp 100 CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY
LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x Gainesville, Fla. 9 GROCERY AND NEW
9, $3.19,; 9 x 12, $5.98; 12 x Itchg LICENSED COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY $7 95
------------ SHOPPING CENTER INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PER YD .
12, $11.30; 12 x 15 only ----- ------- PADDING SQ
1495. ---- INSURED
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Many patterns and -------

colors. Dahmer's Discount. tf FOR SALE Brand new 12' A.J.THOMAS-REALTOR FREE ESTIMATESPO JO-LU COURT

wide, heat and air, paymentsless WANT TO TRADE 58x12 2 BR 964-6162 U.S. 301 SOUTH TCHG
LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes than $60 a month, only 1 semi-private dining room, BOX 605 SPECIAL

and houses. Several subdivisions availablel! ABC Mobile mammoth BR, $50 and 2 BR CB furnished $10,000 Illtfrol, 2SoriJa PHONE 964-881O

to ch-ose from. Only Homes, 4545 NW 13th Street, assume payments of less than 3 B R family room $17,000
$95 down. Monthly paymentsto Gainesville, Fla. Itchg $85. ABC Mobile Homes, Large 2 BR Cor Lot $25,500 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT Only $45 Down

suit your budget. Ph. 468- 4545 NW 13th St., 9 Acres in Waldo $12,500 CHEYENE CROSS Martin

1551 or 9648331. tfchg ------------ Gainesville, Fla. Itchg 19 Acres on SR.1a $16,000 L.J. BONNELL'
As Low
830.13Tt122SSAVE Campers Monthly Payments

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LUXURY Uving at every day ------ u.s. 90 WEST, LAKE CITY As $27 Per Month

1973 WINNEBAGO BRAVE prices in an ABC Mobile 3 Bedroom,_ Living Room $ PHONE 752-3723

$3,000 equity- best offer and Home, 4545 N. W. 13th St., take up payments. Call 964- Gainesville, Fla. 32601. Itchg handle quality built fold- bath, CB construction m City.
8481. 3tp 11-1 down camper. Very small FRED DAVIS TRAVEL TRAILERS

------------ investment required For 3 Bedroom, Living Room, GMC TRUCKS MINI-HOMES LOTSMobile :

------------ further information contact Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 1 BUICK TRUCK CAMPERS
PONTIAC
MAJESTIC MFG. CO., P. O. bath, CB construction in City. AND TOPPERSFULL
Box 408, Adel, Ga. 31620 "A LITTLE RIDE CAN
FOR SALE 2 outstanding Fox r HELP WAHTEDHELP Call 9125497220. 2tp. 11/8 or Large lot, well landscaped high SAVE YOU A LOT" LINE OF PARTS AND
and deer hounds. $150 each. and dry, close to all conveniences
GREEN COVE SPRINGS* SERVICE TF Homes & Houses
Contact H. F. Wiggins, 964- m City.
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8592. 1tp
PAINTING 10 acres, with pines, quiet .p.Or4r0 Phone 46815519648331
don't
wait
any neighborhood, out of' Anson's
------------ WANTED just
SERVICE longer,get that house or room Long Champ
MAN Sober, dependableand painted now. For free City. Mobile Homes

FOR SALE Sofa $29.95. Call trustworthy. Right pay for estimates call 964-5236 SINGLES & DOUBLE
Three nice lots in country, each Home and
right man' ABC Mobile between 6.30-8(
; a.m. or 4,9 Tractor
964-5653 or see at Grace WIDES Hipp Co.
lot has
paved road frontage
Homes, 4545 N. W. -
13th St., pm. daily Up Materials
Baptist Church pastorium. Gainesville, Fla. 32601. Itchg ((1)) 3.56 acres [ Building EXPANDO ROOMS & ADD
Grams Loop. 1tp ON ROOMS
((2)) 2.89 acres -WE BUILD
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------------ ((3)) 2.22 acres FREE DELIVERY AND SETUP Farm MachinesNEW
------------ "YOUR
PLANS OR OURS 100 MILE RADIUS

GONE OUT OF BUSINESS 5 10 acres with double wide
YOUR LOT OR OURS" BANK FINANCINGHWY
HELP WANTED Assistant & USED
: mobile home 3 ni.
1
ton air conditioner and all l approx.
FOR SALE Peas, U Pick, manager Tenneco Station. 17 NORTH -
from City. FREE ESTIMATES
meat and grocery fixtures. GREEN COVE
purple tip peas, $3.00 a Apply in person at station,301 4 MI. NORTH ON U.S. 441 TELEPHONE 372-3464
bushel miles W 16, Seeber N. Starke. Lawtey, Fla. 7823059. 3tp TEL 284-S001!
Temple,
1tp 11115 Call us, we have more REMODELING REPAIRS
Forsyth Ph. 9645156. Itp 264-7311 TF
ADDITIONS Gainesville Fla.
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------------ HOMES BOUGHT SOLD

MOTOR ROUTE CARRIER GEORGE riOBERTS TRADED "WHERE SERVICE IS THE BETTER IDEA"iHELPWi

FOR SALE Collards, cabbageand needed for Hampton, SEWING MACHINES all I REAL 1 ESTATE ACREAGE FOR SALE PumpsNew
broccoli plants. 2 cents Hampton Lake and Brooker makes cleaned, oiled and

each. Also turnips by the area Call 9 6 4 8170 or come by adjusted 700. All work 986 N. .Temple Ave., Stark 964.6853HWY.

bunch in Hampton. Call 468- the Starke office 865 N. guaranteed. James Ph. 964-7826 And UsedSALES f iIi
1315 Itp Temple Ave. 2tchg 10-25( Strickland, At. 2, Box 65F, Wayne Douglas,Associate 301 S STARKE TF (

11-1 Starka. Phone 9648733. 2tp Ph.964 6593 PARTS

------------ 111. SERVICE: i No Experience Necessary
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FOR SALE New 3 Your
bedroom
------------ DEEP & SHALLOW WELLS
brick veneer, 2 baths, living A.A. Meeting Real Estate : Steady Work, Fringe Benefits

room, kitchen and dining STEAM CLEANING-Engines of FRIDAY NIGHT Plumbing Supplies

area. Good location. I AUTOMOBILES all types, automotive, fa Broker Apply At
Financing available Call USEDFOR machinery. Boyd Service. rPn 8:30: P.M.
Buford Mitchell, 9646853. 9648359. tfchg EXPERT SERVICEON

tfchgGE 390 N. CHERRY ST. Buy. Sell. TracIeA'Jpraisal.'I ALL MAKES National ProteinROAD


------------ SALE 1972 Ford ranch WANT TO DRINK THATS PHONE 964-7O61 21 HAMPTON.FLA.

COLOR TV. wagon fully loaded, belted SAWS SHARPENED, work YOUR BUSINESS I
now tom guaranteed. Call 964-7509 CALL BILL POWELL nc.
$179.96, with trade. Brand tires. Pine Level Baptist or DurrancePUMP
new. at Dahmer's Church Phone 964-6490 or leave at Jackson Building STOP. OFFICE 964-6464 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Discount Starke WANT TO 8:OO A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.
House. 964-6407. Itchg. Supply. or Keystone a SUPPLY co
9tchg 11-11 OURBUSINESS
THAT'S
Heights. Tfchg. RESIDENCE-- 964-681O
864-N TEMPLE AVE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERNovt"mber
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I SENIOR CITIZENSJoe OOOQO LA WTEYOOOOO CKXXXXXXXXXXXX xxxxx.xxx.x.x.x

KerriganThis Mrs. Leo Dyal who has beenon weekend her father anc
SUCCESSFUL CARNIVAL.The National Book will be
Week by Elizabeth Air Force Duty in Turkeyfor mother Mr. and Mrs. G. L
of Terry
observed week
runs into billions dollars per during the returned Saturday Peterson of Keystone Heights
was a busy week for in a year,
PTA Carnival November
All
Senior Citizens A meeting year and does shore up the was, 1217. people night. Gregg, with wife her sister Mrs. Betty Tresca
according to all reports, an the community are urged to Middleburg, accompanied by
PEHSONALSMr.
held all economy of the State. Sharon will stay here for and her brother and family
was on Oct. 16 calling
visit the school Mrs. Mae
outstanding success. Althoughit library during Wells and Miss
within the David Peterson
The
elderly disabled and engraving about two weeks for a visit Mr. and Mrs.
,
persons is to thank each this week to observe the Arthurine Blanchard.Mr. .
veterans who are receiving pedestal of the Statue of impossible and Mrs. Talmadge with his family before going to Robert and Brenda all ol
Social checks and Liberty reads, "Give me your one individually for the work materials and selections Kelley of Tallahassee spent Warner Robbins Air Force Jacksonville. While here the)
Security are
done, the PTA officers and available to the pupils. and Mrs. James Anders
huddled Sunday afternoon with their Halloweer
tired the
Robbing Ga.
also receiving Old Age your poor your Base, Warner attended
Assistance or Welfare.A masses yearning to breathe school officials wish to express brother and sister-in-law Mr. and children of Palatka spent where he will be stationed. Carnival and fish supper al
law into force free, the wretched refuse of their appreciation to and Mrs. Morris Kelley and the weekend with his parents, Lawtey Elementary School
new comes
Jan. I, 1974 which will remove your teeming shore, send everyone in the community. CHURCH ACTIVITIES family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas
these people from Old Age these, the homeless temptest- Approximately 500 people and son of Live Oak, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest
I lift enjoyed the fish supper and Faith Baptist Church and Mrs. Truman Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. and
Asst and Welfare. This new tossed to me, my lamp Mrs. Tom Casey and childrenof visited her nephew
law is called beside the golden door!" many others took part in the Radio Program over WPXE Norman visited their son and Daisy Boch and son, Lynn, Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Security Income Supplementary which means Will the great state of games and rides. A full account Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. MaiMs Griffis Moore and son of Lake City, Allinder, in Lake City on
Florida the symbolof of all the booths and the School 10 a.m. Worship Services Keggie Norman at It- and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
after removal from OAA and renounce and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Sunday.RUBBER.
amount of collected is 11 a.m. School on Bible Griffis in Palatka on Satur
the Statue of Liberty and money chtucknee Springs on Sunday
Welfare, their income will be Moore spent Sunday with their .ISts sss/
tabulated and Doctrine 8 atPastor's
wonderful being a report Tuesday p m. afternoon. day.
Federal this quotation Mr. and Mrs. Fred
supplemented from parents,
will be made at the December home. Prayer
which gave hope and en- to celebrate their 47th
General Revenues and will be Moore,
couragement to many meeting.SPECIAL. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 Charels Gaskins of Avon Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly ,
included in the Social Security wedding anniversary
.m. Bible Study. and family went to Palatka
p and
payments. Mr. Crawford, Mr. millions of emigrants, our Park visited Mr. Mrs.
forebears to come to this Truman Norman Sunday Saturday to attend a concert Dorman of
!Fisher, Mrs. Wright and Mr EVENTSA Grace United Methodist by the Florida Southern Mrs. Ray
Bent Field Workers from theS. wonderful country? morning. Orlando spent three days
Church Sunday School 9:45: College Concert Choir at
S. Adm. to If Florida pulls in the last week with her sister-in-
were present
special events committee a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Trinity Methodist Church.
Donna Green and
"Welcome! at' how long willit Miss law Mrs. B. E. Reddish.Mr. STAMPSMade
these Over
explain changes. ,
50 people attended this be until the other 49 states has been appointed at the MYF Sunday night at 6:30: brother, Art, of Albany, Ga. Their son, David, is a memberof
school. The efforts of this followed by Choir Practice. the choir.
meeting. They raised many follow suit In such spent from Thursday to and Mrs. George
committee of teachers will be
discrimination all Sunday with their grand-
against Summerlin of Gainesville
problems and their questionswere directed toward the Church Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kuhne
planningof Highland Baptist
the mother Mrs. Joe Dorko.
answered. A citizens especially senior visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert To Order''
good
This events that can be observed Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Another grandson Kenny went to Orlando Saturday to
? ,
citizens same procedurewas Priest Thursday, Mrs.
number of these people'scases on
throughout the school with Worship Services 11 a.m. visit Mr. Kuhne's brother and
tried to prevent the Terrel, of Gainesville was also Summerlin is Mrs. Priest'ssister.
were processed vthich "Okies" from entering emphasis on patriotic themes, Choir Practice 6:30: p.m., her guest. Mrs. Martie Green sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bradford CountrTelegraph
prevents last minute ap and national events. Service 7:30 Don who had lost their
California during the great holidays Evening : p.m. joined them Saturday night. Kuhne
plications. In this way the The first of these events will Prayer Meeting Wednesday, son in a plane accident.
the While here attended the
1930s. they
Bradford Senior Citizens Club depression in early Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee
was helpful. This fiscal year the Slate focus on Veterans Day. at 7.30: Biggs family reunion in had as their guests over the
Our Halloween party was has ended with an operating Another special event Gregg Dyal, son of Mr. and

colorful and cheerful. Prize surplus of 346 million dollars,
winners for the costumes were yet this august body cannotsee
its way clear to give the
Pete and Lilly Johnson,
'' ,
senior citizens a few dollars + SOT tf T..AT
Velma Maas, Elaine Vance t
break on taxes.) / r r LATITAWAT1r
Joe Kerrigan, and !Mary
Allen Letters of protest should be r-.ltCI OH .... ..
Happy Birthdays were written to Senate Pres. -- 01 MlAB BOWl MT

Jessie Bowden, Jessie Hitch Mallory Home and Gov. WITH AMY SUM
Askew. Let all senior citizens .i i.. I. C* MO III LAYAwAYIYl.
Lewis Smith and Mary .
le, q
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Drew. Wedding Anniversarieswere remember this action at the eye V I -' '- NO xN. Nf.e1L
Walter and Peggy next state elections.Our :_
Richardson, Harrison and next meeting will be
Marian Batchelder, Jack and Nov. 13 at 1 p.m., Pratt St.
Laura Killoran. Rec Center. c' LAVE i X SAVE i .. /u, ss s ...AVK3I'/ SAVKxtTCHECKER. ,.
A lovely Birthday Party was i LARGE FOAM 5 EXTRA LARGE = I LBS. IKCHLOROANE HOARDs

given by Mr. and Mrs Harry BED PILLOW HASH CLOTHS :=: m' -- / aI- CUSHION
Ritchie of N. J. in honor of My neighbors pnAleoaNEII \ ft
Jessie Bowden, Mrs. Ritchie's WAS : SAVE 3a"_ WAS'rt'n: WAI 1
mother. Jessie Bowden was 89 =- 9 / ... MAGNETIC 2-CELL FLASH LIGHT :- .l.dt' -.- Jdt"m -,-
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birthday was Oct. 22. The fF/CC: 100cotton. WAS ;;-.t..1 1w; For lawnflower H..avydutyvi22'k16"Un -

pastor of the Presbyterian than foa m. :. Decorator cote _" ., beds, ant hills nyl super soft
Church and many friends of Cotton cover ors. 1 ll"x11" 3 way switch. Batteries not included. and shrubs auto cushion.1TAVE .

Jessie Bowden were present, _
including members of the 7
Senior Citizens Club. A recitalof 4 307.MEN'S SAVK X6XMEN'S SAVE 23'. \ SAVE I SAVK u1-

"This is Your Life, Jessie ao GOLF CAP WHITE K"xlOO'SISAL 1 ALL PURPOSE r IMPORTED SALT

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Joe Kerrigan. There were two

large birthday cakes with Q WAS c i J.Wm wAf &J
candles, ice cream and \ I 1L_.
candies A corsage\was pinnedon
Jessie by her daughter, and Adjustableco, \ 65% polyester, 100% pure sisal 24" x 36" for .. Modern silver
songs and jokes were sung and ton with ogee 3555 cotton economical inside or out and block or
told.The IKirnit, Hobby, mom said lets. S, M, L. Size 14 ,.17. r useful rope. ( side. Striped. milk glass.
sad note in recent news only one seuop for you!"
was that the State Legislaturemade

it clear that persons 65 SAVE 11'. SAVE 257. SAVE I SAVE

years and older are not 301 MEN'S / MEN'S ORLON 1 HIS AND HER PUSH BUTTON
welcome Florida. This
action was in promoted by WORK PANTS RIBBED SOCKS (A BRUSH SET ASH TRAY

Senate President Mallory A / I It' .::. ______..
Horne and Sen. Terrell DRIVEIN III LW

Sessums. We, the senior I 3/1001 c
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scurrilous action. U S. Show Begins At SundownFRI 50%cotton or co 25% stretchnylon.1013 a and bristle for metal for home
citizens are allowed to travel ton twill .2 9.41 him red for her. or office.
arr ue e.a J
and reside in almost any SATIN
country in the world. \Ve _
never thought we would be .
BOYS' VINYL MEN'S SAVE 37% SAVE I
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Florida RAINCOAT tI VINYL RAINCOAT IMPORTED 3PIECEWITH

We bring our savings and HOOD WITH CARRY CASE / OPERA GLASSES BAR SET

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