Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1972
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01311
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Raises expect to receive

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Delayed By to County

Clerk Gilbert S.
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Merrill Edwards,

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Sharing Act became law'last
Brave cheerleader watches at Bradford Band performs. Friday, .with the President's

information given the Starke city signature.Although: firm figures have

.'. BHS Band Sharp At Palatka ) ::4>,"' clerk's office Wednesday morning will not amount been each released city; and as to county the;

apparently delay pay'raises granted city will receive, estimates place
the total to Bradford
'i'}'::,. : ': Drums beating out the cadence, the Fighting Tornado euver the band hasn't attempted in two years., Lines were \ employees in the new $1.3 million 'budget County Including municipalities ( \
'. Band crisply marched Into Palatka's stadium shouting "Go straight, band members were in step, the sound was good. okayed last week. ) at $217,800 for calendar
;!': Big Red!" carrying Bradford High spirit and colors proudly The game' over, the BUS band stayed In the stands to year 1972. Of this amount approximately
,, Clerk Morrlll Edwards was morning's phone call In will be
i.S'I into Brave territory. play'' until the last fans left the stadium, adding yet more\ : day was : $114,400

" \' ;,;j;: ;(;: :',. 70::"strong. the Bradford High band -competed ren/eve! !"QY*', .atmosphere" \,.,to' the first. .cool football' night. of.the setlS.p. \ "tfl'*", ;A!.. s dar told over morning telephone:\ thakunder.no.Blr-.i) Wecb1o.10 .-;. response.. "They've-jadanted to that letter.I J'another'ehoG.dowherth..clerh' .,m alloted e.'SOt70f; to the).. to county.the-City govern, of;- ,
; .itirm""withUle'1itgger'8nvr'band'"kl1: durfhtf'W hM ,
;;: ; a : .. cumstance* :can a ialary: ., : Starker and the remaining$22- h
f,"1 ..i .1 ';:J:>> outnumbered only by Palatka students supporting their. school,, Cassels.. There Is much enthusiasm., They: really got crease exceed 5.5 per Cent. ndr< -.J.... ';','. \ '.' The halftime show was the most difficult the Big! Red'band excited at' the end. They wanted to stay with that other band. > that Incentive pay for ,Job-re. a letter from presently Mrs. Upshaw- three municipalities of'Law-,
has attempted this year, but it., was carried off with "Our band has held l Us'own-'wlth any Its mirch'ed against,'" lated training must be considered which he expects will make theIRS tey Hampton and Brooker although -
r finesse.. Band members marched backwards, a difficult man ,Cassels stated. part of the Increase. Ed- position clear. Then a no estimates have been
,'. I wards said a Mrs. Upohaw special counolli meeting released. for these communi
phoned him about 10 Wed-
a.m. have to be called for (the council ties.
nesday with that statement, to work through the situation The act Is retroactive to last
Mrs. Upshaw is with the Wage the clerk said. January and the November pay-
mid Price Control ment will be for the first six
Comprehensive Rezoning Plan of the Internal Revenue Bard Most of the raises given In the months of 1972.. with the second
.4 vice in Jacksonville. across-the-board salary Increases payment to be made before Jan-
Edwards has phoned the wage meet the 5-1/2 per cent uary 1.November checks shouldbe
. and price unit In .Jacksonville limit, Edwards said But some for half of the annual a-
employees were given more. mount, which would mean about
during the council's
budgetdlscusaion -
and, he said, was told City police patrolmen received $57,200 for the County Commission
To Be Prepared For StarkeA the Incentive raises for city a raise from 5118 to $135 and $ I,350 for the
policemen could be placed on per week for Instance, and have City; of Starke in the first pay
top of the regular 5.5 percent been Intending to tack $300 per ment.
raises. : Incentive on top of that. The entire State of Florida,
comprehensive rezonIng of members Pat :Farnsworth and believe the mobile home out entirely. Aj per the city( council's year have also been several Including city, county, and state
the City ot.Starke and a new Paul Canova was named by ) ( the best thing to happen instructions Edwards also cases In which employees were governments" is expected to receive
. zoning ordinance within the next Chairman Gaines to make a ) people since the WPA," "There certainly Is a place wrote the wage and price boardon raised to a foreman's status some $160 million in Federal -
\ year Is the goal of the new detailed study of the current one man who accused the for mnhlln hnmaa."said Chair- September 9,explaining what with pay raises which were over funds for 1972. Of this
city zoning board, Chairman zoning ordinance adopted in of trying to squeeze them (See Page 7)) the city Intended todoJ.WIdne.- 5-1/2 per cent. Edwards said amount one-third goes to the
L. M. Gaines said Tuesday 1953 and Including several subsequent he now does not know If that state, and the other twothirdsto
night In the board's first official amendments, and be will be permitted unless a new county and city governments.
meeting. ready to begin suggesting changes department or position is Neither the City of Starkenor
A committee of zoning( board, by the next meeting at 7 ; created."I the Bradford County Com-
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3. mission budgeted the funds
; 1 told the lady she'd Just since It was not known at bud
Gaines also asked that Farnsworth created civil In "
war Starke time how much 'revenue
tD1Jt w Sa>um utrtrrSt. persist in his effort to tr Edwards said, apparently referring would get be received or whetherany
get some assistance In preparing to the budget meeting would be attachedto
: a land use map and 1 when almost the entire Police strings could be.pent.
new zoning ordinance from the Department headed by Chief how the money
1 University of Florida Farns- I .
Ken Fuqua demanded the $135 Edwards said the
1t worth is a UF .t(dent and per week for patrolmen plus City Clerk '
be deposited
city's check would
has been discussing the citj's
incentive pay from the state
zoning problem with UF's Department i In the general fund account
for the required 200 hours police -
until the Council decided how
of Urban' Studies and
Research and with the Real training.The it should be spent. One possibility ,
Estate Department. council spent almost two Is that It could be applied .
hours arguing with Fuqua and on the city's sewer expansion -
Mark's "The 'city; Is either too earlyor his officers: about the 5-1/2 per program the clerk
too, late as far as help Scene el Saturday crash on SR-100. cent limit. Councilman Nell said, since additional sewer
Episcopal Church from the university; ls con- Tucker, particularly would not lines for Northeast Starke, Including
cerned" Farnsworth told the go along with wage Increaseover a large portion of Reno
board. The UF departmentwhich 5.12 per cent and voted are ,a top priority; In the city's;
BAZAARSaturday sends teams to make 3 ,Hurt In SR-100 Crash against the police raises on master planning program. Several .
planning studies Is In the midstof that ground. Tucker, an accountant years ago this Northeast
a reorganization and it will said the IRS had not expansion was estimated to cost
be next year before the UF persons were admit- sic D. Meyer, all of Keystone were riding In the front of the ruled on the Incentive pay Issue around $80.000. but would pro
will be
Oct. 28 again position to. homes."I and he would not okay one bably be considerably more than
send such teams out. to Bradford Count; Hos- Heights. The three were admitted truck and John C. Woodsonand
9 A.M. Till? for Injuries received Sat- and released Monday Clarnee Edmark were In course or the other until a ruling that now.County.
Clerk Brown said the
The county; for Instance received wu received
during an automobile ac- after treatment. the back of the truck. None
OLD FASHIONED much free planning assistance : County Commission bad many
on south SR-100 In front John : were injured.
from the UF which ; : Meyer was driving Chief Fuqua contended the places It could use the money
,CHILI PARLOR got its funds from the Fed- Grocery. 1971 :Mercury from Keystoneon According to the report filed $300 per year Incentive pay !snot and that the possibility of using
by City Patrolman Lane Sibley
eraleovemment.. pickup truck pulled Into SR-100 when a 1970 Ford ; part of the 5-1/2 per cent some of It to lower the
pickup truck, driven by Clar- the car was traveling north a- raise. allowed.
Board Member Delano Thomas present tax mlllag had even
Baked Goods path of the vehicle in which ence, Edmark pulled Into his bout 45 mph while the truck was
pointed out it will be at .,wen riding. pathway and the two vehicles moving east near 5 mph. Edwards had thought the city been mentioned.
Hand Crafts least six months before the collided. Clarence Edmark was could begin paying Increased: On the national level the
White' board can begin to reclasslfy were John George Alma and Charles Edmark charged with careless driving. wages by next Friday Nov. 3, combined state county; city;
property. Farnsworth a- Debbie Meyer, andJes- but after the phone call Wednesday slice of Federal revenues is
Elephant greed but said the board can morning was not sure what slated .to build up from $5.8
proceed with plans on certain will happen. billion for calendar urn to
Table which will assist in $6.3 billion With .
areas cur- In 1976. retroactive
rent problems. 3 B & E's Reported In City The new stage budget totals payments expected In
$1.3 million, the major increase
BIG DOOR Interest was shown by six November to cover the first
. residents attending' the meet- being the pay Increases which \ half of 1972 the total amount
PRIZE Ing In the proposed 50-unit a- breaking and entering Lynford Terry reported his night or early Friday morning. will total around 23000. In to pour out in the U. S.. during -
partment complex which has place last Friday at Faulk house being broken Into and entered that the council also doubled the fiscal year starting
212 H. Church been proposed for a residential 'Gulf Service, Lynford Friday morning about Three boxes of candy; amounting Its own .salary last .July 1 I. is estimated at
Starke area of southwest Stark., house, and the Band 11:JO. He reported an RCA to $24. one case at Cokes 512'per well over $8 billion.
The raise.
fronting on both Orange Street ; stand at the BUS sta black and white television.and a and eight more amounting to $3 given Some states will
enae.r.l6La' and Edwards Road. Mrs Claire : : tape deck wen stolen. and a padlock worth$9 were sto Clerk Edwards placed him than others In relation get to more their

Cappe, who opposes placing len. at $10,000' the highest paid position .population. The per capita share
Mervin Jackson was the Investigating -
In the residential
I ?: Cult Service Station
: will be the in
JErpr&latf ares, and Realtor George Roberts broken Into from a win officer for both of In the city when he begins largest states
Bank interested In having the at the Perth side of the the above cases. Culprits entered the stand to draw the new salary. Another with Income taxes, heavy ur,
area rezoned for the apartments ) by taking panes out of through the back door by breaking 5-1/1 per cent Increasehas ban-center populations sad low
.. the lock with unknown also been tor the Incomes or some combination -
tools. okayed )
were at the
.T.paaeeaM 4r meeting Culprits took an The Band Boosters stand at Kenneth Carlton Investigating of these factors.: Florida
.- A' .... The previous city aping amount of mo- the Bradford High Stadium was the robbery. cleric to go Into effect after
board approved a coning change the station broken Into sometime Thursday January L (See p.*. 7))


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C/ufc Showers/ Meetings/ 'r"I:1i':tr-.' iJ"Iw OlXat wJ. '. .. personals Parties .

Gladys Mooty, Society Editor: 964.7608
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Miss/ Cindy SinkIs Margie Andreu Shower Given ADK Observes r Reminders.I.

Honor Guest Weds Mr. Hartley For Debbie Edens, Founders Day Rummage Brownlee Sale street corner.
For Two Showers In Home RitesMrs. Bride-elect/ t With ProgramAlpha Church Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 pjan. Sponsored -
by B.C. Hospital Auxi-

Miss Cindy Sink. whose mar- Margie Andreu, daugh- Miss Debbie Edens, Nov. 12 Gamma chapter of Alpha liary.
rite to Michael Cox will be an ter of Mrs. W.E. Dowling and bride-elect of Charles Howell, Delta Kappa sorority held ra..
vent of Oct. 28 In the First the late Mr. Dowling, and John was honored at a bridal shower its monthly meeting Monday Bazaar and old"Fashioned
Presbyterian Church, WM honored Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night given by Mrs.HlU'ry 1 night Oct 16, at the home of Chill Parlor Saturday 9 a.m.-
at two bowers during Lawrence Hartley of Jackson- Green and daughter, Eo- Mrs. Delano Thomas. "Tlll 212 N. Church St., by St.
the past week. ville were united In marriageon line at their home on Alton A Founder's Day program Mark's Episcopal Church.
officers of
presented by
Oct. 7 at the home of the Road. was
Miss Sink was given a bridal bride's mother on Lafayette Games with prizes were en- the chapter. business session "sq"os
During the ,
shower Saturday night by Miss Street In the presence of the Joyed by the 25 guests betweenthe r conducted the president Garage Sale W. Call St. nextto
Sheila McConnell and Miss Linda Immediate families. Rev Bob hours 7:30: and 9:30 p.m. by Koch's Drug Store, every
Lester In Gainesville Cooper performed tile nuptials. The refreshment table! was Mrs. M.A.in and Payne amendments proposed to Friday and Saturday; by Starke ..
Ilia couple exchanged vows In overlaid with a yellow linen changes Woman's Club..
the read and dis
A Romeo and Juliet theme front of an Improvised altar cloth and centered with an arrangement l by-laws were .Iwlr
cussed. Plans also made
was carrledoutdurlnlrtlle"enIrw. flanked by two tall candelabras of yellow and orange were
for altruistic projects for the Nov. 3 E.
In the dining room the refreshment with burning white, tapers and fall flowers. Mrs. Green cut Bazaar, Friday, ,
table was centered two floor baskets with pastel the double bell cake at one end year. Call street, next to Leila's,
with a Romeo and Juliet cen- fall flowers. of the table and Eollne presidedat A Chinese auction was heldto 9 am. to 5 p.m. by B.C. Hos-
raise funds for the chapter.
terpiece.The The bride's table was cover- the punch bowl. pital Auxiliary.
Halloween decorations
ed with a white lace cloth and The hostesses presented the r rr' were stw.o 6
20 guests enjoyed games centered *,with a two-tiered wed- honoree and Mrs. R.R. Howell used served and)at refreshments the close of were the Flea Market, Saturday Nov.
with the dine cake topped with wedding mother of the bridegroomtobe -
prizes during
party meeting by Mrs. Thomas and 4, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Old Gulf
hours 7:30: to 8:30: p.m The bells. At one end of the table with kitchen gadget 'cor- r1, Mrs. Fate Brown. station corner Madison &Wal-
guest list Included Mrs. Rudolph was an, arrangement of roses sages when they arrived. The 'f ) nut streets by Senior High
Sink mother of the honoree and the other, end held a crystal honoree also received an electric -, :'' Methodist Youth; Fellowship.
Mrs. Marie Cox of punch bowl. Miss MirlanDowllng can opener from her hostesses 'T. \ .' Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs.
Gainesville mother of the sister of the bride, as a memento of the oc- ?/'...".. .....' .k'" Charles Hall, Mrs. A.J. Eaves,,
bridegroom-elect' and Mrs cut,the cake and Mrs. Ida Lee casion. ,-.,,,", :a. Mrs. L.C. Early, Mrs. J.T.Carver Amusement Park, all next
Sally Rosier, sister of the ho- Plummer presided at the punch and Mrs. G.L. Harper week, across from Tuck's
noree. bow!. Assisting In serving were Catholic/ Women District; Meeting Of Episcopal Women visited the Methodist Child- Drive-In on 301 S; sponsoredby
The hostesses presented the Mrs. Rhymer Uowell and Miss ren's Homo In Enterprise Wednesday Starke Woman's Club.,

honoree with a set of pyrex Sharon Howoll. Attend East Held At St, Mark's ChurchThe .
dishes as a memento of the After a short wedding trip to - -- '-- -- --- -- -

occasion South Florida the couple Is residing Coast DeaneryThe Episcopal Churchwomenof G. Yerkes,Archdeacon Gaines planner! and the lit Rev. Ham

In Jacksonville: where the Gainesville Convocation, ville Convocation, Mrs. R.I. ilton West, Bishop of Florida. Terry Walters
Mr. Hartley is superintendent EC-
of the East Diocese of Florida Manning, president-elect
Control fall meeting mot atSt.
of Animal for Duval
W the Rev. John M. Flynn,
Coast Deanery St. ,Augustine Mark's Episcopal Church in ,
County. Diocesan Council of Catholic Starke on October 17. The day Rector, St. Mark's The Rev.. DoddEdwardsNuptials PROFESSIONAL

-The home of Miss Lillian Women was held! lastWednes- included discussions on the Na- .Charlie f'. _McNutt. Diocesan Nov. 2 PHOTOGRAPHER
Stump on Bessent Road was the DKG MeetingIn daf it Selva! Marina Country tional Church; celebration of ,
setting for a miscellaneous Club Jacksonville Beach. the Holy Eucharist: and lunch- DUPLICATE BRIDGE
shower for Miss Sink on MacclennyAlpha Preceding the meeting Bishop eon served by the Women of St. CLUB RESULTS: Miss Cheryl Dodd, daughterof Creative Weddings
Wednesday Oct. 18. Co-Host. Paul Tanner was principal M.irk's. Mr. and Mrs. John Dodd of

eases with Miss Stump were Nu chapter of the Delta celebrant at a concelebrated Pictured above are (seated Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- Gainesville, and Wayne D. Edwards Casual Portraits
Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. R.L. Gamma Mss; offered at St. John's I-r\ >: !Mrs O.O. McCollum,president line were the winning coupleat son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kappa met
Autry, Mrs. W.J. Epperson, Society Catholic Church in Mayport.Mrs. ECW Mrs.'W.B. Wea- Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Jack Edwards will be unitedin Locally Licensed 4
Tuesday evening Oct. 17 at the
Mrs. L.V. llardln, Mrs. H.P. home of Mrs. Stive Weldon, In Pat Holiday a candidate ver, president Gainesville night where there were five marriage !Nov.; 2 at 7:30: Satisfaction GuaranteedCall
Herres, Mrs. Richard Jockel, '' for the 25th District Mrs. R. Davis In
tables In play. Tieing for second p.m. the Rldgeview Baptist
Macclenny with 21 members attending
Mr. J.R.Kite Mrs. D.H.Montgomery from Baker, Union, and- House of Representatives! was Treasurer ECW Mrs. were Mrs. R.V., Fountain Church Gainesville, with a reception 964-8661 (Daytime) _
Mrs. R.G. Paterson She emphasizedthe C.E Hawkins, ECW. in church
Bradford Counties. guest speaker. secretary. and Mrs. Paul Johnson following the Or 378-0414 Collect
Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt and Mrs. of the Eaual Rights Standing Mrs. T.E. Garnar
Mrs. Muriel Norman dangers : and Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. recreation hall. '
Phillip Vellenga. the business meeting.:presidedover Mrs.' Amendment as threatening to ECW UTO Treasurer and vice Marie Dent; Mr. and Mrs. Paul All friends and relatives are (Gainesville) After 5 P.M.
Arrangements' of yellow and Martha Rlherd of the Research ,break down the family unit con- president of the Gainesville Patterson were third invited to attend.
whit pompoms and fill flowers Committee presented the program cept. She also voiced her' Convocation, The Ven., Fred -
were used In the party roams.Mrg. on Values-past,present strong opposition to the evilsof i
Kite greeted guests at tu Jre". abortion. UDC To/Vine':) / ,
the door and presented them to The[ members from Baker Representing St. Edward'sParish -
the receiving line composed of County were hostesses. The at this meeting: were: The W.T. Weeks chapter UDC
Miss Stump, Mrs. Rudolph Sink refreshment table,was centered Father James Cregan, Mrs. will meet Wednesday, Nov I I. at '
and Mrs. Marie Cox and the with an arrangement of Gladys Weldon Mrs Peter 3:30: p.m. 'at the home of Mrs.
honoree. roses Pfleshuwcr. Mrs. Lester Lester Crews with Mrs.Bertha II
Mrs. Paterson Invited gueststo Mem'jera attending from Humphries and Mrs. Francis Pearce and :Mrs. Walla I.Ipsey _

tto refreshment which Meng.... .. _... .
Bradford as to-hentgssee.
?( County*were Mrs.i\ MM* .....wl I'....t.. 1 11l
was covered with A whit cut-,
,iTomml L, Nolliv.iwMrsilEdna:: k+
wort.cloth and centered with an Hart, Mrs. Mole Mitchell;Mrs. !ilbl N BHBHaHHmBBBHBslBBH
pergnette- holding yellowMd: ( ,.I.ucUI.P; .he. iMlss Della Ro- to Halloween 1-.
white pompoms and yellow senberg, Mrs.. Helen Johns, aIIoweeSa1e
candles. Mrs. Herres presided Mrs. Cleo Andrews, Mrs. Mu- They're cpming moppets dressed like witches ghosts, !
at the punch bowl. riel Norman and Mrs Sue monsters.
The hostesses presented Miss Winkler. jf The main thing Is to keep your cool and plan ahead. If c Now Thru Sat
Sink with a five-piece silver 'you do. Halloween might even be fun for you, ;
place setting as a memento of Consider these suggestions for Halloween night:' = screened
the occasion Miss Sink Mrs., Have a progressive Halloween beautiful misses and
Sink and Mrs. Cox were also party Join with four Wort' prints! 100% polyester 1
presented with corsages as they o/al or five other neIghborhood tops 7 half sizes
misses pant
arrived. mothers Each will hostessa
Eighty guests were Invited to half-hour happening like Our.wasp R
call between the hours four and bobbing for apples at one C daytimeshift
five o'clock. Mr. and !Mrs. Samuel K. His- home a treasure hunt at another 97 '

sett Starke, announce the birthof a hot chocolate and .
Plans a daughter Teresa Kathleen cookie partv (Carnation's ; I
OES SupperStarke on Oct. 17 In the Lake individual packets of Hot 7 Save $1.02
Shore Hospital Lake City. Ma- Cocoa Mix are handv for

Order of the ternal grandparents are Mr. and this) the cookies can dresses
Mrs. Calvin Henley Starke. be molded to Halloweenshapt's. 91
Eastern Star will have
a covered I
dish supper Saturday p
night at 7 p.m. In the Masonic Mrs. Barnes McRae Jr. and Or, If you're going to a. t 1
Hall. The Masons and their son of take City; were Sunday stick with the trick or treat 1 II
families are Invited to attend. guests of Mr and Mrs. McRae tradition, consider mixing :
Sr. and family.rw1oo some good nutrition items in
with candy things like fruit, signing talent by having a 1
'r- .. nuts and single serving pumpkin-carving', with c ? pants
packets of Hot Cocoa Mix the big kids helping the "
.On the all-Important little ones to design the

question of costumes why faces.To 9
not brine our little friends give the tricksters a Sav*> $i
Into the!' design! of them shiver when they come In,
Even mini-kids can draw a hang black threads from the
picture of how they like to top of the front door very
dress up. The bigger ones cobwebby. Candlelight also
can. under guidance use helps impart the mood
\ scissors and the sewing For,safety why not have
a machine to make simple neighborhood mothers establish \ I
outfits "check-points" along Coordinate your own look
.To create the proper at. the trick or treat route each for fall. 100% polyester
\ 1 and 2
mosphere at your house you mother holding a Jack-o- double knit tops in assorted olid/ po. prints and
J might consider dressing in lantern This avoids the patterns and color, ) Machine wash-
__...Ant costume yourself and having 'watchdog" Impression given Sizes 32 to 38.100% poly. Charge able Orion Acrylic ier-
_....sest JWS'- It Oft.SSsA' a line-up of pumpkin heads If mother lags along with ester pull-on pants are says fashion colors

-;;SnStSsS5-. : :21_., ..-- of different sizes and ex he kids. In some localities. machine washable. Solids I It AtCarps
V otw pressions thappy face mean have the youngsters carry and patterns In new fashion
>I.-... Now... face etc>V You can bring flashlights so they'll be color. Sizes 10 to 18.

ftjjth every purchsse. of a family bucket or barrel out the best tor worst) in de more visible to cars. Hall

of Kentucky Fried Chicken accompanied: by this coupon

well give you a whole dollar. Delicious Threesome
oil the price: r

,d r time favorite!' :
t women's
supple leather from Carps beautiful '

The Bucket penny loafers selection of sleepwear! i

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threesome.: Put them together, add a vegetable accompaniment r
or tinder,tasty.PiercMekert. men na stir-fried diagonally sliced carrots and Tricot lined for comfort.
celery: and you hn\'. n tasty dinner that's perfect for compnnv. -, Navy brown. black.: Sizes 2 $5' r'
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, 2 heads western iceberg Ii ground cloves women's double handle r a'r.

TEAR AT ANY OUT KENTUCKY IXVTTED PORTION CHICKEN'" BOW STORE AND WEIL PRESENT GIVE I con lettuce((1 lb. 13 at.' ) pear 2 cup tablespoon pineapple red juice cinnamonrandies 1. multiple compartment ,. a. IV
YOU A DOLLAR OTP, : Choose from walth gowns w
2 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons vinegar purses
long gowns, and pajamas. .r S'
'11 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons corn oil '
" 99 Brushed rayon and nylons end r r
, .lSII........ Cora rinse and drain lettuce: chill In disposable plastic 4 cotton flannels Beautiful ,o r pI

P ""C'oM"..,dIcIwft..W.twfwrooolcli and Mil cloves Drain in pears saucepan saving: gradually 1 cup svrup.stir' In Blend reserved. cornstarch pear syrup.salt v ,, prints sizes and colors. Regular andextra I

Stir in pineapple 'tuice. cinnamon n candies and vinegar.. Cook Several I styles I I In brown ,#
i COLONEL SANDER RECIPE mixture over medium heat. stirring until 1 it com.* to boil *, or black.
i I. thickened and candies are melted. Stir in oil. Cool. (Do

yKtMJJ P TriM Ate.P not Slice chill lettuce) crosswise' into 5 or 6. "rafts. ," about 1-Inch

thick. Chill any remaining lettuce) for us* another time. Top'
IOITH PHONE MWUI earn raft with a pear half cavity-side down. Spoon glaze IIc QUALITY COMES' FIRST THEN OUR LOW PRICES Charge It4u
over. Serve with pork chopa or roast loin of pork. Malta 5 or
Ii' 0 serving..,

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Al Harley and eon. Phil of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand
Merritt Island spent the week- daughters visited Mr. and /r
end with Mrs. Lonnlo Harley.Mr. Mrs. H.E. Smith In WllllstonSunday.


and Mrs. J. II. Moncrlef Mrs. R.M. Canon ofMelrose Ghosts and Goblins Come A fish dinner will be servedat The Brooker Elementary i
were In Indlatlantic'Thursday celebrated her 86th Onel! Come All! Win Treats 5.30: p.m. at Lawtey Elemen Halloween carnival Includes the I
and Prizes at the Carnival. tary. The carnival begins at
to Monday visiting their son- selection and crowning of a
birthday at the Starke Nursing
Starting at 5 O'Clock to 9. 5 p.m. and Includes a
in-law and daughter Mr. and Home country King and Queen and a Junior I
on Sunday, 22. Mrs.
Bring All the Family and Stay store, cake walk, and
Mrs. R. W. UndertlL Canon to the former Anna Fort- contests. !names Princess and Prince. There !
the End.October
will be a spook house novelty;
ner and she and her husband
Local admittances to Brad- lived at Melrogeformanyyearsbefore 28th is the Date Set shop hayride, tractor rides,
ford County Hospital this( week coming to the nursing Aside For: You to Enjoy a Hal pony rides bingo game, fish
loween Hayrlde. Hot Dogs,Can-
Includes Stacie Hughes Mrs. i home here. Mr. Cason Is 97. died ;
Apples Store i
Elsie Ormond, Timothy Har- a Country ,
dee, Mrs.Phyllis Johnson,Mrs. Fortunes Told, Win Prize and
EWe Cooper, Brady McLeodand We'll Steam Clean Anything!! Lots More. I :,
Mrs.Eva fondamofStarke.; Roofs; House*; Mobile Homes.,i So Witches and Clowns and- e
Devils That Scare! I 1t
Mrs. Betty; Elder and Margaret Paint Stripping 964.5771
Tetstone. Brooker Sabrina Come Out and Meet All Your I

Stinnett. Hampton; Mrs. Coral Friends There! E
Jean Lee, Lawtey! Olin Howell. Evelyn Sinclair daughter of
Lake Butler, and Mrs Era Mrs. Clyde Sinclair 1508 E. S R
Waldo. Call St., Starke, has been m Initiated GhosU and Goblins along with t
into Alpha Delta PI Sorority clowns, devils, witches, and ri ,
; at Florida State Unlver- angels will be out this Saturday -
Elder and Mrs. Avery Land of
Dunlap Tenn. were Tuesday sity.; Oct. 28, when three county Carnival time at Hampton Elementary -
Miss Sinclair was her pledge ; schools will host Halloween
Is 5:30 Will
overnight guests of Sheriff and : p.m. It
class president and was elected carnivals. feature country store, and some
Mrs P.O. Reddish. a' cake walk
historian of the chapter. She Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton, a toy walk, a fish pond, coun- new- a milk bottle throw. .'
is senior majoring Interior and Starke Elementary Schools Southside Elementary will
Mrs. S.E. Reyes of Jacksonville a try store, and pony rides. A
all their annual carnivals celebrate Halloween nextTuesday ,
design. plan -
bicycle, AM-FM radio
spent the weekend with her an and
for this Saturday afternoon OcU31, with aparadestart-
mother Mrs. J.S. Sapp." > toys will be rattled to
Mrs. R.A. Newsom spent and night. Southslde El- the highest bidder. Ing In the Florida Bank parkIng -
In Starke will host A spaghetti supper at 5 p.m. lot through town to the
Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns Wednesday to Sunday In Lake- mentary A Halloween carnival at ,
returned Wednesday after land with her mother Mrs.J.A. Its kids next Tuesday, Oct. 31, in the school cafeteria will Brooker Elementary Is a big Pratt Street Playground A special -
month's vacation In Glenvllle Howe, who was celebrating her on the real Halloween, 1972. kick off the Starke Elemen- event. A parade kicks it off attraction Snoopy will be IT'S ALMOST TIME to say good-night, but before you d.). the
N.C. 94th birthday. All are sponsored by school tary carnival Saturday. The at 4.30: p.m. Saturday. chic- on hand to greet youngsters.The makers of General Electric clocks wunl to remind you thin
carnival begins at 6 Includes carnival will Include a Daylight Saving Time ends .
parent-teacher groups.A p.m. ken and rice dinner will be officially at 2 a m" the last Sunday I
Mrs. Stanley,Barnes Mrs poem from Starke Elementary a Halloween hayrlde and served In the school cafeteria sponge throw auction, 'coun- in October So before you go to bed on the night of the 28th. i
R.E. Mathews, and Mrs seems to tell It all: all the poem promised at 5 p.m. try store etc. remember turn nit clocks. hack one hour !

Charles Howe of Lakeland were

PORTRAIT y Newsom.recent visitors of Mrs. R.A. ; A* i: ; toured Dr. and the New Mrs.England D.W. Whiffen States Rummage Sale r

Mrs. Merrltt Williams and last week and also visited Mr. Set Saturday !
Mrs L.A. Taylor, Jr. visited and Mrs Charles Durkee In
SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs Herbert Tho- Dr. R.E. Dopson attended a
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton Boston Mass.
Mrs. Ethel Knowles in Douglas Mrs. Myrtle Anderson visit- ,
mas had as weekend guests at Chiropractic study seminar, A
rummage sale is set Saturday
and the weekend
Ga. Saturday son spent ed her sister-in-law Mrs. their camp In the Scrub Oct. 12-15, In Kansas City,
Thomson Oct. 28, from I 0
wIth.Mr. and Mrs. Bill a.m.
Anderson Hill Haven
Mayme at
Dr. Donald Chubb of Winter Mo. at which time his appli-
Miss Elizabeth Lawson of in Monticello and attendedthe Nursing Home Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. James W. Todd to 1 p.m. at the corner of
Park, Shaw Buck of Groveland cation was accepted Into the
Brownlee Street (CSIt-16))
Lake Wales and Mr. and Mrs. FSU Homecoming. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Iris T. Smith and Clinic Master's organization Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Todd. Jr. Church and
Street, the old Jack-
Bud Duke of Auburndale were daughters of Ocala. which he will attend every spent the weekend In Atlanta mid
Monday overnight guests of Mr. Charley Williams and R.E. and Mrs. Donald Row four months. attended die wedding of Mike son Mlnlt Mart.
and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Williams, Jr. of Starke Morris land and family.Missionaries to Todd on Oct. 21. The sale Is being sponsored
Brown, Jr. of Lake Butler, and Mexico, were last Thursday and Mrs. E.J. Dowling Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Abdul: Allvandl by the Hospital Auxiliary. I
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas Melvtn Dowling of Macclenny Friday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gene Long attended an of Tampa visited her parents The stores* don* '* I
returned Tuesday of last week were hunting the past two weeksin H.G. Bollinger. antique show In Palatka Sun- Mr. and Mrs. M.M. McRae, t hive their
wt after taking their daughter Gunnerson, Colo. They each day. over the weekend. holiday decorations up )d. This Is beginning to look
already the Christmas Uke
Mrs. F.L. Starling, and children bogged one deer. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and an election that will be
shoplifting lion.
season decided the
back to their home in Arlington daughters and Mrs.Emma Bad- by undecided.

Texas after a ten-day will Steam Clean Anything!) man visited Mr. and Mrs. Cur-
visit here. Enroute home the Roofs House Mobile Homes tis Edwards in Meridian, Miss., J
Thomases visited Mr. and Mrs. ; ; ; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brook-
Larry Lott In Wiggins, Miss. Paint Stripping 964-5771 ins in Atlanta last week.

Mrs. ,-T.C. Vlnlng of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley
Clark W. Murffof
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Elsie Wood:! jf Doug- of Hollywood spent the weekend
lasville, Ga. were last Thurs Birmingham, Ala. were with their parents, Mr.and Mrs.
day visitors of Mrs. L.D. Vin- recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.
McConnaha in their
Ing. Ralph C. Robbie Shaller.
new home on Bedford Lake. !

Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers
and daughters of Jacksonville Mrs. David Scott of Decatur, Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Turnip- ; i o o. i
visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Go. is visiting her son-in-law seed, Jr. of Arcadia were
Norman Monday. and daughter, Dr. and ,Mrs. weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs.
O.L. Havnes. Jr. H.II. Adam.

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". L No Age LimitCHRISTMAS SPECIAL Improvement Award I liiili;. IpcipljnitMtt'Mfriiiillfti t VNi

Jean Rotnowtki, assistant manager of' the Jacktan'i Minit Mart of' Temple Av*., receives I

Stark, Fla. an October Improvement Award from Bradford Improvement Committee Chairman John

lg Sanders, left, and Chamber Executive John Myers. 1

r The store has recently been remodeled and repainted inside and out, greatly improvingits .

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$441,726 Goes DDS HighlightsFriday ThtnderbardsT"Pci1f' zriiu f '

To SFJC InMFP Nov. ,5 At Cecil Field

5n'rM Funds was Ecology Day al t won first place Friday night ,
Bradford 20 their A ground c rew of 89 men
I High School Oct. on agricultural
I, In The cheerleaders sponsored I I exhibit; entered in the Jack- Jack onvil1... The Air Force latlons while the $ ) Blue supports the fliers.
Santa Fe Junior College flight demonstration The Angels perform at some Air
contest where trash cans were sonville Fair team The Golden Knights are the
Gainesville received $441.726 put in front of the auditoriumfor Sammy Hallmark and JackIe Thunderbird, and the Army Fore locations. Army's counterpart to the Navy's -
In state Minimum Foundation October each class. At the end of Marr received award plaquesat parachute team. The Golden The Thunderbirds fly: the Me- tNNASJUakcmllleleaet
allocations! for n
Program F4 Phantom ,
Knights, will headline air Donnel Douglas
the day the class who had picked the Jacksonville coliseum ail formed
Comptroller show and house at the a mach two fighter Interceptor.Now with'the,'' Blue An-
o o a last up the most trash was given a -Janice AlvarezTV open year along/
r'7 JzF Dickinson .Jr. announced cash prize Naval Air Station Cecil Field In their 20th season, the 1811.
Thursday.The -Jimmy. Cissy what's happening? near here Sunday Nov. 5. team has flown more than 1.500 Normally the Knights do four
figure is up$136OOov.r() On October 29, WFGA Chan- The show will also feature demonstrations in all at the 50 ,Jumps a baton pass a dia-
SFJC's October 1971 allocation nel 12, in Jacksonville will Cecil-based A7 Corsair U light states and 48 foreign countries, mond track. a cutaway and a
Each two-year Institution share receives of- The pep rally Friday ended show Bradford High School attack Jets in a simulated com- before an estimated ninety-mil formation. In each the parachutists -
a proportionate allocation basedon a day of work for BHS stu- competing against Charlton and bat maneuver in which four lion spectators.The Jump at 13,500 feet
the total state
,f dents. The spirit was "Kill< Baker High In "It's Academic. planes suppress flak and sur Thunderblrdjjllots
4 enrollment figures. the Braves. ." face-to-air missiles for four ,ed by Lieutenant Colonel Tom TThiaiFieldprogramis

St. Johns River Palatka received Junior A skit was done by the cheerleaders Team selected to represent other Corsairs making high attack Swolm. are all Vietnam veterans dedicated, to American POWMIA's. /
College In dives.Other with a total of 1.651 com-
in entitled "Ten Littleindians" Bradford: Greg Reddish Jency .
$86,859. just $95 more than
bat missions. Collectively
i Lake City Com- Spirit 'of the week Watson, Steve Hall and alter- attractions scheduled .
\r October 1971. decorated with tn.Silver
have been
award was given to Sue Ed- nate Karen Hutching Include performances by glider ,
r munity College & Forest Ranger fourteen Distinguished PABCIMATIIMQIVALTKR
pilots of the North Florida Star Medal
wards for her spirit shown A set of encyclopedias will
received '
School In allaincreCity of almost during the be given to the winning school. Soaring Society, a fire fighting Flying Crosses and Pt'l:
118,40(5( week.Debbie '
I 98 Air Medall.Rotary. ,
October 1971.A ,,Thorn Anyone interested in attendingthe demonstration, and formation a
$13,000 over
fly-bys by front-line military -
taping contact Mrs.
total of $9.17 million was
..distributed to 28 state two- On Friday, Oct. 20. a special Shari McCartha sponsor. aircraft.An HearsHealthSafety
assortment of JetpoweredNavy
in October allo- class meeting was -Brenda HolmesThe
colleges ?
year to Dickinson. called In order to Issue applications combat planes along with
cations, according
allocation permitting Seniorsto Bradford High Future several propeUor-driven air
The state's total up
- $1.7 million over the October have open campus. Homemakers of America are craftboth operational and Act Discussed
1971 allocation of 7445032. These applications ,must be having a box luncheon on Thursday training models-- will be on
signed by the parents and motorized Oct. 26. It will be in the display In the air show area.
before this privilege Home EC. department. The air show Is to start at Provisions of the Federal go
Memorial Fund will be put Into effect. -Robyn Corbln 2 p.m. and is expected to last vernment's new Occupational
-Linda ,Brown about two hours. Safety and Health Act were discussed
The Science Club met on Gates to the air station will at the Rotary Club last
For. Dr. BarryA The Bradford High FFA Thursday Oct. 19, in order open to the public at 11 a.m. week by Edward F. Filce, Industrial -
to elect officers for the 1972- Both gates to the baseone Safety Representativeof
fund 1973 school year. off Normandy boulevard and the Florida Department of
memorial in mom- the other off 103rd street will
Lawtey Seeks The officers are as follows: Commerce.The .
R a ory of Dr. A. ,1. Barry Jr. President Lane Powell, Vice have two-lane one-way, traf- speaker said that all
has boon established at First fic to and from the air.showsite take
Paving Bids President Curtis Scott Secre- Florida' employers should
Federal Savings & Loan A* tary Terri Kite; Treasurer Re- where there will be park- steps to bring their businessesinto '
soclation of Starke. & nee Carter and Sergeant at Ing space for about20,000 cars. compliance with provisions
+ o Porions wishing to contribute Sealed bids. will be Opened Arms Mike Cissy. Appearance of The Thunder- of the act in order to avoid
to the fund may make by the' City; of Lawtey on/ Monday -Cindy, Mitchell birds at. Cecil Field is part of the payment of penalties when L\
check. payable to the A. J. Nov. 6, at 7:30 jwn. for a program In which the Atr Federal inspections are made

Barry Memorial Fund. approximately two,, miles of The Spanish Club officers for Force team works some of "Each employer under the act _
street paving. The pavement the 1972-73 school year are as its shows from Navy Instal- has the responsibility to pro-
Fall will be 12 feet wide, and will follows: President Tim Crews, I vide each of Ms employees with : ALVAREZ:
SessionsOf include most city. streets-" In Vice President Willie Strong, OCTOBER RAINFALL working conditions free from

Ceramics Lawtey. Secretary Debbie Shuford, ON: THE LIGHT SIDE recognized hazards causing or A BIG. BIC'
I Treasurer Landa Thornton and likely I to cause death or seriousphysical BIRD
Sergeant at Arms Connie Tho- Bradford County has recorded injury" Mr. Fike
Large Volume Sold Opens SaturdayThe ABOUT man aii average of 1.03 Inches- said. Australia In. noted for ChI
NEWS '. '-Marjorle Denman of rain so far In October with Those who fail to comply with KlriuiKi aiiiniln) : including (heKiiMKiinm.
but It nlso lias name
health and regulationsafter
At Starke Recreation Department none recorded during the week vrr.v "rhllith'I'.birch. Probably
Surplus cited, be subJect
Property being : may -
announces that Fall ending Monday. Although light lie most, umiMinl IN the Emu
sessions of the Ceramics Pro SERVICE MEN Report cards were issued this is still above the 50 years to fines a as high as $1,000per which I.H ii large bird that looks.
Open House Held Here gram will begin Monday Octo- Monday, Oct. 23. at BHS. average for October which Is day the speaker said lie very ,similar to the Ostrich..
ber 30, at the old armory. Time was an element in the .73 inch for the mo.ith. Only advised having deficiencies
corrected within the The KMIII: IK not quite nil large
preparation of report cards one forest fire grace per-
Two weekly sessions will be was reported
Six- iod in order to avoid being ns I In- OMrlrh. but dues attain
and the
since Homecoming pen-
,I Surplus, property! with a valueof tions In 'ill puts of Florida held, an evening and morning Ffc Bernard Williams son Week Testa fell on the same during the past week, with two alized. heights of us much ax five! feet.
mo.-o than $170,003):) was checked in before touring the session. The evening session of Mr. and Mrs. filbert acres burned. The fires was The speaker was introducedby The, KIIIII: (has Ionic legs/ and Is
"sold" at the Divislo.i of Sur- warehouse, and (below) the re- will be held each Monday 7-10 Williams: of Lawtey has com- week. -Stormy Reed attributed to careless smok Rotarian John Myers who able In, run vi-ry fast. Its wings
plus Property warehouse: horo roshmcat table a popular spot p.m. The morning session will pleted eight weeks of basic era had charge of the nn not vrry well developed
program. IC i> the large bird
las. Friday in the first open during the day.Causey be held each Wednesday 9 a.m.. training at the U.S. Army TlH'KC'i, Itii'dH(haw survived cannot! fly.
hOIlSevent\ hold create more said that $170,693.01 noon. Training Center, Fort Knox THE BRADFORD well mi the I plains of Australia very
Interest among eligible Institutions. worth/ 0: surplus property was The program is open to the Ky., COUNTY TELEGRAPH HIPP FOR TRACTOk( CO.
disposed of to eligible Insti- public and will be under the After a weekend leave athome Survival in Imsinrtis' Is d.pcMiU'til .-.
tutions for a service and hand- supervision of Georgia Ray-, with relatives and friends Pfc Published every Thursdayat "Where Service I I..* The Hotter |IdeA. on giving( customers
In top photo. Superintendent ling charge of 1221412. It burn. Williams Is now stationed at 138 W. Call Street KINK! xrrviriWe, think we give
W. C. (fill) Causey (right) Is was the biggest day, volume This will be a fine opportu- Fort Lee,, Va. where he is Starke Florida 32091 SPECIALBuy our rust..pncrs M-rvice! that rant
be bi-ut. live .
shown congratulating Imanuel wise, that the division has had nity to do some creative ceramics completing school courses. He It I u try.A3
Mmte\ : of Lutz Hlllsborough since established here In 1930. and they do make excel- Is a 1772 graduate of Bradford Second Class postage paid J Jat Tde 542 flay Baler .:)
County! Civil Defense representative Institutions eligible for the lent Christmas presents says High School Starke FloridaM1SubscriptlonRatesh
on winning an. exe- surplus: government property Mrs. Rayburn. And Gel New "'ord'nakc
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C e ",. .NothIng'. IJreakIll1up'.tl.SI 'alt 'cog "it' ,'J \I ; ...
door prizes given away: during "civil (Jeraii.ii) Oftanlzations.V&thsay : Professorial l athletics makeupwonderful ;\! _. u reunion faster dltad.fdrrnmem- In trade area: $6.00.pel' sw bnWad'nwi) ;. a o> fltiow{ !! I'rer'Aveu,''?aJ .u.8Q'.w" .... ;..i, '
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the day. saidJ thetopeo.\ housAVIJ In"n 'r 'r, g7earl,3.50 six monthly! LrJlgnrSHfnMn.a.noA: "' .n.r 'aKl'fl aA/
contributions hers '10' point dutf"ti' &tlthlr .. I ttY\! b ""Ph' _
OUter photos show !xtsy scene sood for public relations, 3'J-346: $. 'I
lie-Ids. Consider (for example -* ....
many) wives that the youngest: >> looking U.S. 301) NORTH
JS at the registration dash wliorarepresentatives and he intends to promote more Outside trade $7.00
what &they have doneto man there Is a bachelor. 'area: Gainesville: 3 Mi. North U.S. 44f
of 56 institu of them in the future. the ;price of the hot dog. per year; $4.00 six months PHONE 964.7500

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Badcock Furniture and Kitchens themselves. However, the second -
I r- Tile each presently po- half was all Badcock, as
messing Identical I -1 record John Watson's crew shut out S.
and heading for a head-on clash, Com: Jewelry and padded their
once again rolled over their score by 26 points for a total
y. opponents In Wednesday, Oct. of 46 on the running and passing
J 18, Man' Flag Football play of Mississippi State grldder ?!
Badcock: was upset early In Marcus Rhoden. _
the year when they were mlnua Rhoden indirectly and directly :1
Marcus Rlioden and when Gem accounted for 45 of the 46 :
Jewelry played an exceptional points scored. Rhoden ran for $' 1

game. Wednesday\ / Oct 18, three touchdowns on runs of
found Badcock gaining their seven, three, and 15 yards and Marshall Herthel Parker (left) and Councilman Ted
fourth win and a measure of threw for four scoring strikes Curtis stand the
by new Hampton city police car purchased
revenge polishing Gem' 46- and two conversions. On the
from Starke dealer
19. Kitchens Tile loser onlyto receiving end of the touchdown Baldwin Chevrolet-Old.
Badcocka: had no problem passes were Mike Patrick Fred The B.LAlr Chevrolet has a 350 cubic inch engine and

I keeping up with their coleader : Wheeler, Harold Bishop, and went into service last Friday.
demolishing Draw-Tito, Ronnie! Thomas. Bishop and
::50 6. Thomas each caught a Rhoden
In the Badcock: Gem contest, pass for conversion and Char-

Wayne Testone catches this ball and runs ever the goal line for the only Bradford tench the first half was nip and tuck let MgKlnny ran,for one point
down lost Friday night In a disappointing defeat by Palatka. as Badcock: put 20 points on the DwIght Elder, a former Tornado .
board but Gem put 19 there star, accounted for Gem

.... .* r Jewelry' scoring all through TERWILLEGARMOTORS
'rl:" '; ,
the air. Elder fired scoring
> "
'I Branding Iron Beaten tIon, and Branding Iron knew strikes to Calvin Varnes, Robert -
they had been In contest which Nobles, and Rot, r Chllson
and a converslonpasetoVarnee.
they felt very fortunate to escape -
Willie Griggs and Larry Mercer -
ButStillBestBantamsRec with anything less than a shared the quarterbacking
tie. in Kitchens romp over Draw-
Tlte. In the first half Griggs,

readon Department action place and Starke Builders sits ed 72. Builders then went out THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19- connected on three scoring
last week,Bantam League tightened -' in the cellar with five losses in front 87when Jeffrey KOCH DRUGS 26 passes to Larry Mercer,Ronnie .
up som.-whatwhen Koch's and only one.win. Jockel passed to Jeffrey Norman BRANDING IRON 12 .Griggs, and Steve Thomas. A
.. Drug was' able to hand league the play good for 20 yard.and Koch Drugs did In this game Griggs pass to Randall McGee
Iron first the winning what no team had been able to scored the only successful first
leading Branding Its TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17- score. Ford
do In five garnet, defeat the half conversion to account for JEeoDoDBPiekup
defeat of the ;year.Koch' STARKE BUILDERS 8 All this took place in the first and
Branding Iron Restaurant Kitchens half total of 19
Drug missed the opportunity KOCH DRUGS '7 half and while both team
':. ; ,, to share first place Starke Builders won Its first mounted scoring drivel In the they did It In very convincing points.DrawTlte.
It the
putting on made the half time
manner, pre-
with Branding Iron after Koch second half,nelghterteam could:
game of the year with a big 8 '
sent leaders 26 12. Tom Russell
upset earlier by Starke get into the other's end zone. league score respectful when -
was 7 win Koch
over Drugs The
Koch trailed 12 6 at halftime -
to Robert Ed-
Builders. The week was almost margin of victory safe The /Kin was the first for
was a
disastrous for Branding Builders while Koch suffered Its but came on strong' In wards for a touchdown.In COIJULEILTP;
ty.Koch the second half, shutting out the second half Kitchens
Iron within few second loss in five starts.
as they came a Drugs took an early 7 -
their opponents while putting Ice
minutes of being! tied by Conner 0 lead when speedy Greg Williams quickly put the game on ,
points on adding 31 points to up their
Insurance. raced 60 yardlllor a touch '' Branding Iron received theopenlRi' total to 50. In that half Mer-
Iron Is In
Branding presently down and then ran for the con- .
kickoff and the
0 on cer, another former Tornado
'. first place with five wins and version. CONNER INS.
they Iron Restaurant play from scrimmage, Stu great passed for four touch-
one loss. Koch Drugs holds' Starke Builders got on W The Branding
down second place with four Scoreboard when John Tatum .. chalked up its fifth consecutive Rayburn took a hand-off, went downs, ran for one and passed
wins and two losses. Conner downed Greg Williams In his Wwln. to preserve its undefeated outside and broke one for 63 Randall McGee for one point. 00
Insurance at 2-4 are in third own endzone and Builders trallI status but were within five yard' and the league leaders On the receiving end of the six
minutes of losing their perfect had a quick 6-0 lead. Koch were Johnnie
Wade Winkler broke tied the game 6-6 when Bennett, Ran
HOLD IN record. Mike Kitchens hit Greg Williams dall McGee and Ronnie Griggs.
HEAT KEEP OUT COLD I loose on a run that began 25 ,
40 bomb. Wade
from the on a yard The following Is a look at
duet1.c Windows. D00, yards line but Wade probably covered Winkler gave his team a 12- how the teams stack up offensively :i .
the crisscross 6 lead going In from 10 yardsout and defensively. Kit
yards on
Ct18S iDrB
WayS winning run. Up until that play before the half ended.In chens Tile is the team leaderin jr
Conner's defense had held the the second half, Koch scoring offense and team de-
PLASTIC played extremely good defense Is averaging
ExIBLE red clad team in check. fense. Kitchens
CLEAR FL s Defensive pace of the game and maintained excellent field 40.6 points per game, a total
CRYSTAL was set after the opening kick- position which helped accountfor of 203 points. Badcock Is right
their ease In scoring 20 behind this figure with 197 pointsor
BI received the opening
off. points Dinky KUby and Greg an average of 39.4 JOints Full Price
kickoff and began driving with { ,per Excluding Tax Tag & Title
Williams each scored on ,
passes has
game. Gem Jewelry scored
ONLY 36Runrt the "ball. However, when they
thrown by Mike Kitchens. 98 points for game
reached Conner's six yard line,
Bry to the Draw-Tito
Dyal capped and has
GENUINE FLE* O.OLASS "y" Conner's defense got stingy and Koch on a 10 yard run. Kit- average for t and
Cu W Itlhyl.n.It' scored only 56 points
t, Is far strona.r th.n poly. n wi ,h. took over the ball on downs. .
lro.. the only o Inupmlra Following the only touchdown chens scored one extra point average: of 11.1 per game. ]}low'
Any" .
pb. Q I dow m t.ri.l Cm Afford It 9( the game, Conner's final !I and Jay' Grlffls made 'good on 18'Uefensively' K!tchene.has alHvloweda7ipDtnts r

I ".firf:.,w d.. ai qus,. EARS ybnNnln wq.ua.c"h.%,gbala.eo.een 1... t .9, ''.....,fort to come from behind wn fended i, one. '.waa'Pa:"'bSlIl ne' for'I i iThtfi'Wln --Badcock'hae. given In fiMeugajiioR.up 83, I o. ;(luiliidiiJiiuafjifJH. Nn:U:,:""'. I .., ,
I with Winkler Intercep- .
u AT YOUir ll tlWABE) r LUMBER, 3 BUILDING SUPPLY STORE a Koch as they are now only one 'while GemJewelry; and Draw- .Y9bldau7 ,; ht .

game outIratplaCO'behindCONKER Tite have each given up over

carte INSURANCE 20 200 COCK LEAGUE points.and STANDINGS KITCHENS: :4-1 BAD-I, ;" D isp lay

Di 1@) [ /smiled T/me STARKE BUILDERS 12 Draw-Tlte and Gem 1 4.
Conner Insurance picked up SCHEDULE; WED. NOV. 1:
On/y its second victory of the sea Draw-Tlte vs Badcock, 7:30: ,
son easily downing last .place Gem vs Kitchens 9 p.m.
paints Starke Builders 20 12. _
+1w.y- Conner played Its best game of ..- Q.:........- ..w.- ._....
the year and its offense was .
unstoppable as they went on '.

three scoring drives In the Central

/ d7e first rush.equally half via and the moved pass and the ball the : tJfIJJ' Does It All! Heat :

I reverse First Conner by Charles score came Colbert on a : Completely Installed !

Bill Lundy passed to David :
Carter for the conversion Con- .
ner made It 14 0 when Lundy
ea passed to Ricky Johns and Mark .

Swain passed to David Carterfor .
the extra point.
Starke Builders closed the gap, .

to 14 6 on Jefrey !Norman's .
( 744 2Awltrst 40 yard return with an Inter .
ception. Before the half ended, .
I Lundy connected on a scoring .
PAINT strike toTlmmyBryananda20- .
6 lead. .
( FAST DRYING Only score In the second half .JI .
was by Jeffrey l'onn3llor\ .
Starke Builders and a final .
arorA Ca score of 20 12. .
i In team and individual statistics .
a Koch Drugs' Is the lead-
HOUSE PAINT er both In scoring and defense .
wNIT ." BEAUTY against scoring In six games : ''.80000 BTU Carrier; .00
I ECONOMIOAL Koch has scored 90 points and Furnance :

AND PROTECTION has allowed the opposition 51 *" Seven Air Supply Ducts
ri4JR'X.A.yt. points. Branding Iron had .
S waMN N scored 74 points and has allowed : One Return Air Duct .
\NOW\ 63; Conner has scored '
-- 63, gave up 69, and Builders All Labor And "Materials .
*59ROLE2E scored 51 while giving up 95. "
Reg. 5"ROLHIDE Reg. Koch' Greg Williams has Thermostat Controls .

scored nine touchdowns and
three extra points and his total : Completely Install] :

of 57 points is the league high.
O'5lii OUtCWT Wade Winkler of BI Is second I. (Except Electrical Work) .

WALL PAINT Ocvt1ene HOUSE PAINTONE with 36, Jeff Norman of BuDd1 1. .
ers Is 3rd with 30. Dinky Kilbyof
ONE COAT COVERS COAT COVERS Koch and Bill Lundy of ConI I. .

NO DRIP ? LONG DURABLE LASTING EXTRA ner each have 24. ,. .

rr 8e4t. TO MEET TONIGHTThe '. .1 .

Bradford County Democratic sI
Executive Committee '.

.' III. 'UfO'.elIf"*. 'will meet at 730 pjn. Thursday ( .
.,.Good HouHUeplng rMf Oct."26,J in the County .I Air Conditioning Added :
: 24,000 BTU $590.00
& euo.uml .' Y a Commission room of the court-
; .fNAIN, ..,.GO";' house. Chairman Guy Andrews I. .
urges ail members to attend. i. .
County; official: and Democratic -

tJ11P tAr / Party; nominees are also (: :

invited. PIIONI.

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MARY CARTER PAINTS "You're getting old when t 312 WESTIPISON .
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you don't care where your PHONE 464-7701 STARKE.; FI .:
wife goes, just so don't
you 5
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Warrants Issued

Top s National Average

. Warrants have been Issued Five felony cases that will
for eight persona who failed be transferred to circuit court
to appear at plea day In County are Herbert Reynolds Greene The figures Indicate that The current $7,352,000 annual -
Bradford County.das a total a 32.5 per cent
both Bradford supports greater
Fred Willie Sturgis,
and '
Judge's Court Tuesday to
charged with possession of a 0(215 separate business establishments number of business establishments Increase the $5,548,000
face charges brought against employing some .1- here
medium, and to employees
by a state prisoner. -- small figure paid
them In Bradford County. weapon
607 people with payrolls totalIng large. than domany communities and Is consi-
Persons listed with their Greene will take advantage of ,__ three years ago
charges are: Willie Christopher his right to a preliminary hearing __ ,. $7,352,000. of Its size In other partsof derably higher than the 19.2 per
' Maudry Jr., Paul Santiago and a public defender will hi4A the country. cent Increase In the U.S., and
Glenn Clyde Davis each be appointed to him while Fred The findings are reported In a the 28.9 Increase In the South
charged for unlawful speed SturgIs took the right to the 3 Pecan new governmentstudy,released Atlantic States. '
preliminary but will providehis by VIe Uejxurtment of Commerce The figures Include all work-
Daniel L. Phillips and Kobert! and salaries
own counsel. AuctionsAre entitled "County Business ers receiving wages
Jackson both charged with Pearlle Mae Simmons,charge err Patterns." It shows total from private, non-farm
writing worthless checks and ed with aggravated assault will ,' w.. of 215 separate businesses In employment covered by social
Aretha Martin charged with forgery be provided with a public do- s vnl SetThree Bradford County employing! one securlty* and Is exclusive of
of signature. fender and a preliminary hear or more persons. Of this number domestic workers, members of
Persons who pled not guiltyto 123 haye from one to three the armed forces, the self-em ,(
their charges were Gloria ing.Charlie Comer was charged employees; 40 have from: four to ployed, and government work i''
Williamson (;//lsson, pecan auctions are set
with and 37 have eight to 19. '
with breaking and entering seven; ers.
with careless driving Barbara Intent of grand larceny and r ? for !Nov.; 9, 16, and 30 and are In addition there are many f
with expected Who the first function ,
Wilkes Cloud charged businesses In
grand larceny, and was granted ow.wr-operated
driving while Intoxicated: and held In the county's new have outside l
the that no
the right of preliminary area
a ,
Liz Lundy charged with assault! $65,000 concrete and steel rar.mer' I V
and battery. All of the above assigned.hearing and The a public other defender person T iL; :iii.r market at the fair employees.The great. majority of local chl.itrlsls Rrnrnrrh,. hate Indicate more that trouble pn. t
cases will be transferred to grounds. .
been In operation
charged with felony was Are firms have than other people In giving up i imaking.
the trial docket. "Plans are now to hold the
county ." and well .
for malye." are Its rasher for their
tha Martin who failed to L
Cases dismissed from court appear auctions In the new building
f fnlll.t
at court. established. One of these, Trio: pillrnli.: because II'. lII..gllln
by Judge Theron Yawn wore says Market Manager Bob Al
Telegraph Is the '
Bradford County hUlfs to smoke on C
Bond estreatures In court
Sullivan len. The market won't be
Hobert James charged complete
and another.Stump' .
In Its 93rd year couch.
with having no valid driver's were Charles Eugene Williams by !Nov.; 9 but Trlest Con- ; Store, has I
Department .
Phillip Earl lladley. Robert Joseph e e
license; ieonje: Mikel Amos struction Co expects to have
been In business over 60years. 1
no tag; David M. Morrison :Zeigler Lorraine Spittle the roof on. Steel work, except 1I I
charged with displaying an improper Moose Ronald Wiley Allen for the roof, Is about complete -
James Hardy Kaulerson Daniel n1,'
tag; Eugene Underhill! is now.
and William James Lee. both Ira VonOrdor, Debra Juan- r II "It looks like a light crop In
charged with unlawful speed ita Brooks, Thomas II. Osh-. .a the area,." Allen says of the BILL'S C.B. RADIO I
and Alvin Todd and Shorman man, James :N. McCrary, Ernest 1972 pecan crop. "Quality,from
Sharpe both charged with assault J. Uowllng, Jr., Durward : Itia what I've seen appears good.
and battery.Fines Colin Smith, Jr., George Ar- 1 We're hoping prices will be AND EQUIPMENT
assessed during the chilus Wright, Clyde Tldwell. y-1j good again this year."
morning session of plea day Hay Carl Brown and Timothy ; ,j Quality was spotty last season 321 N. T.mpl. Ph. 964.8346 or Ph- 964.8361
which consists of traffic cas- Lee Harvey each charged with but prices held up well for quality -
es are: Jack Wayne, (-r If fin, unlawful speed Barbara Wilkes nuts, he added. DISTRIBUTOR FOR
Frank Long Nancy J. /Hevcls Cloud for resisting arrest with ImprovementAward Pecans should be separatedby l
Alfred Handy/ Strickland. David violence, Ira Grover Reed for variety for the best price. PEARCE SIMPSON PRODUCTS
I Patrick Kordok Hilly Jim speed to fast for conditions Buyers also tike nuts In bags
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier receive an October Bradford Improvement Award from BIP
James L.Williams
and Robert Francis chergedwith COMPLETE LINE
Harper of good condition. \ OF ANTENNAS SPECIALISTS
Committee Chairman John Sanders, right, and Chamber Executive John
reckless driving attempting to Myers. '
Carter each fined$311 or three :Nuts must be weighed in
days in jail for charges of elude a police officer and having The Colliers moved their Stark Pet Center Into the old Darby Store building on East between 8 a.m. and noon the BASE and MOBILE' RADIOS

unlawful speed; Keith! Alexander no valid driver's license, Call Street and remodeled, painting the outside yellow and brightening up that block of day' of each sale.
and James I'-:, McNiss: MAGNETIC SIGNS
llarkcon Clayton Augustus chargedwith Call Street. They bought the old building, which they think was built between 1884 and Plans are now for a fourth
Sumner and David Jones, having no aulJ1orlty.Salvation 1894, from Mrs. Carrie Ritch. It Is known as the old Darby Store building, first occupiedby clean up.sale sometime in December MADE TO ORDER ON THE PREMISES
each fined $211 or two daysIn Mien added.
jail for unl.iwful. speed; Army A.M. Darby shortly after the turn of the century when h. moved to Stark from Macclenny.

,(:COrge Mikel) Amos, and David -

M ulon Morrison both Discussed At .
charged with having no valid
The doctor will admit that Automobile, xlxrrllslng Is
driver's license; Gordon Thomas Civitan Meeting -
juan charged with unlawful he prattlers n,.dl lne and the Hacked s* misleading. But It EyeryDayLowPrice EveryPayLowPrice
speed and fined $101 or l Morrow of the lawyer that he practice law has long been contended that
five days in jail. William Kay C.ipU Danny, Jacksonville but the politician I Is Insulted the American people hate a
Drlskcll Jack Franklin (;Junior Salvation Army and by the suggestion that he i b lose alfjir with their ran. FLORIDA GRADE 'A Pantrv' ::1
discussed the
uiit practicing politics. and who needs in a I
and James Freddie Howe functions of the Salvation Army accuracy REGUtAR GRIND w
each charged with unlawful at the Civitan Club's weekly FRESH Pride OR ELECTRIC PERK
speed and fined $51:;I or five breakfast Tuesday morning.The I
days In jail. Bradford County Fund
Other fines assessed were Drive Is now In progress with ALL DAY SUPERMARKETS
David Horoncc Walking and I-s-: Proceeds RSOFFE !
$3OJO the goal for 1972.
tlier Felice Megrln both charged will be spent locally for
with unlawful speed and fined 320 S. WALNUT ST. i
,$101 or three days In : Mel- emergency needs and to sup ,
vorlnn Morris and Jeff Itobln- port the summer camp BARBQUENOVEMBER
children at Keystone Heights. C .
LB I VINTU.V loo flu I I.UtMHt II.s
son, Jr., charged with assault 19 Clvitans attended the meet- 3,3 59' ..I..UNY',,,U,S tlllllll' laxly
and battery and fined $51 or 10 \ WHOLE .tin war HIM t "QIMNtlTVIUHIS
Ing. .LB
des" 1 In Jail; Gary Tuckor, 2 PER. BAG BAG u'. ,
311 pienttt te iccentUSD /
with three counts oft '
charged ; next desk 4th 1 .. .*.fOOD STIMPCOUPONS
worthless checks and fined $26 The' man at the '"'' r '!-S-, ,
aQ I
Sand restitution or five days in lay hit lack of Interest in the ,

".jail I'ucker/ for, Jr.each charged case,J with and worth-F.!:. M. ,in his World. time apathy Series/to about lakr comes his the along mind election./just,off/ "Behi een'tIie Church And Grocery CENTER CUT r-j,1,;" --: "" BONELESS i U.S.. NO. 1

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in FaeItedkonh ('an.hlna. I'nlc,.>nu tote in .thin iinnicJuic",, : u.lKd: "m, .,ide:, ..."".then: lim.h the:re-t >our.eil.Jut. imagine"' Jo.Ka";: i COMPARE! om:. ::'i LAMBRECHT mnm
hones arc >ou'll, ni\cr meet Rimroc. flub' if \*,u. own propcrtv ..inJMould haw much: nii, ,lhi< ",'uIJ cut fromour", finished. co.,t. .,,1' you did., IlN/llfll' !
like to build, on it. there U I u "ni.ni' ju'i like him ituiou' shi-iil,! nil. of 'the InmJc,, But. n'. ./..t'nece...arfor. >ou to do ,this mu'ih. 1)., Plastic Sandwich Bags "-''<=: T/Sl/ i White I Rain Hair Spray 7:.aI.:"'..... 99c I
nteel. .u "nun, thai, J'rl"'n:!!!! |I.>>KU why >,,u eun hinlJ now, despiteriNtnii j. niu.:h an }.'oUIII to. D>> u Inile or a lot., It'\ ur to >bnu. \\<'ll PIZZA
eo"ii4. for let "atone, and "till, || ha\tf all the home", ""'hf ulna. top at almoou tell U. to. The Charcoal Lighter Fluid II.. r"." 3/l/ Holsum Peanut Butter "":' 75c I
wanied, This, man. the" "nun' we want. you to nwei. U >ouf.N.I/ JimValier pi>lnt i.. whjioer. you can d.<. mil.era!!!: >'fl main, e. 13oz
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'o/n' adlarn. Bui doinf"' MWU: of the work >.'ur..lr. itn'l I the onl\\ wa. > \oull sale OR 14ox SAUSAGE ,
out rum seed> you can s a\e hundred, thounand" of on 1 !
,our new home; : mone, > when Jml.II f build for you. ,X compariMin will. protc .the Pantry Pride Orange Juice uN::: 38c iRice-A-Roni r':.-r. / i
co>l , Did, Jon know',that, a and. "portion of .the Inside .'1'0I"> "honie can hefmlohed 204'u'c di'HONtIS Nice 'N Easy By Clairol 51" .1 J Chinatown Rice '-- 39c I

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wirhkwliiHuwntanytime| | "' ha.ey.uppintedaceiling?tlwwills." .did
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and <..a..? when JIIII.Uor. "build for >ou.ou. can man. with. the bar la qua"' property owntrifill
out,,,.coupon t.,....n4 mill It. ,all or
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Florida Post. .#>. .. .C L.uJ".17.Cft.- Control for operating Interior to abide by the a Intent city refuses of the

proposed amendments tion and remodeling; once the tM 1 Jackson Bulld.rs:4 317 . lities. sewage treatment faci law. Those who are making a

to share the the Florida November Constitution 7 General will state money was applied, to th* Lake Geneva Mobil. Homos to T4/It.. . The order means that the not rood expected faith effort to be to fined comply are

Election ballot with sale of bonds. Manning Hardware 'tJ. =J'<:. . . sewage plants Involved were Included In the list of 42
presidential The proposal also:>> providesfor
not 90
candidates and other party; some of the bond moneyto New Method . .e;J,. . . . ment providing to raw sewage.per cent They treat-will clUes that were cited for noncompliance -

position nominees has and so far little op- be used for community col Olin's Mobil. ,tj .4 .. ,C be allowed to complete hookups Miami Miami were Beach Jacksonville.Orlando,
developed to any The Increased state : h'chJG/
leges. to
customers who hnve
) already
of the proposals. share could come from license e4&LJames tl Stan's Bootery f'i:I.tc. ?.. .. applied but will not be allowed and Tallahassee.
The most far-reaching will tag ales. Starko A/ 74 to
be No. 1 on the ballot-- a This proposal being actively '. ," Appliance rjrrFrl : ". . accept until additional their applications
referendum permitting the state Starke Bulldort. ,4C'.5'K! : .x. treatmentplants
supported by Education Commissioner -
come to standards
up set
: .
to sell
up to $200 million In Floyd Christian and Starko Chrysler Ply. /( SJ. d
are bonds environmentally to purchase lands endangered. that- the State Association of School Starling of Lawtey receive a $100 check from Torwillegors Motors Asc./t'n. . .. .. Starke's treatment plant You'll beamazed

The.proposal would also. authorize dents.Boards and School Superinten the Telegraph's Football Elaln.Contest Leach for Cash.alter winning the fifth week of Williams Jewelry -trXc44 .. .. ..... standard complies, with and the was 9U not per affected cent-

the state to Issue up The 5th proposed amendmentis Woodburn', Com TfiA. ..SA' K. by the order. City Clerk
to $40 million In bonds for referred to as a "house gr TIEBREAKER Merrill Edwards said however -
outdoor recreation lands. It keeping" measure correcting James n'fn Case of' a tlo the on. guessing the closer to tho most that while the output from
a technical deficiency In the Starling Of Lawtey the treatment plant Is O.K.
would permit the state to pur- most points scored by any on. team writ. .this numberin ,
1968 constitution there defects in
chase lands such marshes.swamps. Involving are some the at the.
as ,
and forests and place wills. Wins 5th Football ContestJames ; space below.' lines carrying sewage to the .
them In the public trust. A provision of the '68 Con- I THINK ...#, -1..-.POINTS WILL BE THE plant and that the city's engineers
Amendment No. 2 ties In with stitution prohibits the ownerof MOST SCORED BY ANY are now working on this
a homestead from bequeathing Starling of problem trying to locate leaks
the and Lawtey Is take of
stitutional first amendment calls for to a per-con- the home If he is survived the fifth winner of the Tele football the luck you out with can sound some guess- Nom. lJfiS'1 r.; fit-r// (I. . . in the lines. BARGAINS YOU FIND

mit the state to purchase additional by a spouse or a minor graph's Football Contest for Ing. At any rate five more Phon. No. .7.Q..1.! .C. / ._. .'. . . The board's* orders were the

revenue recreation bonds lands backed by issuing by- would child. provide The proposed that If there change Is Cash sponsored. .by area merchants five$100 more checks winners.will be Get given your to Addrett ./&'r. I. .,J.A1-: .. / ".". . . ,. first of to numerous be released citations in anticipation expected IN THECLASSIFIED

the Land Acquisition Trust no minor child the owner can "It's pure luck" WM Star ballot in next week's contest. .. City ."_-<.ff.n-.f."r. 7. /-ifJe: . . : of a Jan. 1, 1973 dead-
will the homestead to the ling explanation for !his winning .J. line for providing the 90 per
Fund which Is financed throughthe Deadline for entry Is 6 p.nv, .
sale of documentary stamps. spouse.Raiford. entry. "But the $100 will tomorrow Friday Oct. 27. iM, cent treatment that Is. required ADS!
This amendment would actually still come in handy," he ad-Jo-J \&; .
restore a section of the Starling and eight other fans t City Zoning All cities not providing the
1885: Constitution that was omit Including two women guessed Funds Due (: 90 per cent treatment by January
ted In the 1968 version incorrectly oil three of the 20 > 1 will be subject to $5-
(From Page
I 1))
The environmental land referendum games The tie- raJe.r. most
has significance/ beyond points scored by any one team (From Page 1)) man Gaines a man with a trailer In the city.Farnsworth.
what is accomplished on was applied and Starling won has as much right to live said he plans to
Its face. The 1972 Legislature EscapeAttempt by :ane point over Millard Brown Is In the city as a man with a look at all facets of the mo- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
keyed a sweeping land use reform and Keith Tetstono both of reportedly among those that large home, but a mobile home bile home problem. "To discriminate -
act to Its passage. It thereferendum Starke. Florida State and: Clem- expect the smallest first- beside a $50,000 home would against mobile homesIs
Is adopted,the CabInet son scored 37 points. Star- year populations.State shares. In relation to their lower the value of the home not my Intention" he add- STARKE
In cooperation with local ling listed 48 points as the the chairman pointed out.
government, will start sittingas most to be cored by one tea.n; governments which geta Clerk Merrill Edwards said ed.The city zoning board plansto PHONE:-- !1-0200(;:
something of a superzoning Brown and Tetstono guessed 49.Majy third of the total, are under. he has peiding three applications meet weekly as long as
board over the state. FoiledA talus broke down in tho no restrictions as to how they for location of mobile necessary to get.lts rezoning
The Cabinet could halt, or prognottcatlons! In Tampa's 27- spend the money and cities homes. lie suggested the zon- plan under way. KEYSTONE
control development In any a- 7 win over Drake and Texas' and counties will be less restricted ing board take a broad view of Present zoning board mem- HEIGHTSPHONE
reas of the state that it felt 35.15: win over Ail.aiisas..! Almost in budgeting the funds mobile homes.. Edwards suggested bers are Gaines, Farnsworth 't7i: .:n176
had ''regional Importance or former death row inmatewas nobody went against Brad than had been expected. setting a value on trail- Delano Thomas Paul Canova. ,
were environmentally endan captured Wednesday, Oct. ford High, but the Tornadoes ers and allowing them anywhere and Mrs. Marguerite Hall
gered. The funds from the 18, within minutes after he sawed wero beaten by Palatka. Only Congress provided a specific -
bonds then, 'could be used to through his cell window\ inJ three percent of the almost list of local programs that
either purchase some of this attempted! ( to escape from Florl- 500 entries listed Colorado over are eligible for the use of
: land or to reimburse owners d.a State Prison undor. cover of Oklahoma, butColoradawonZO- funds, and excluded educationand
I who had been prohibited from darkness and heavy fog. 14 over the highly ranked Sooner welfare because they already -
developing. Craig Vernon Heed 24, was ,.. receive billions in U. S.
Number 3 on'the ballot Is a spotted In the prison courtyardby aid. THE, SEMI-ANNUAL LA-Z-BOY SALE
proposed amendment that would members of a "fog patrol"who Starling, the winner missed
make It easier for citizens to ragulaly patrol the outer tho Oklahoma-Colorado Navy- Two-thirds of the Federal
amend the constitution by petition fences during heavy fog Air Force and Cross City-; month goes to counties and
It would permit such Prison Supt. Raymond Massey -. Hawthorne games municipalities for spending on RECLINA-ROCKER SALE
concepts as a one-house Legislature bId UPI news service. last fire and police protection, sewage ... ,
--- Starling took home the'11tth.
weolc.! disposal pollution con- r .
--which requires the
Two shots fired $100 check. Five more will other environmental .
changing of more than one sec war ling were trol and "
Into the air and Reed meekly be given away. services public transportation,
tion of the document a timeto -
be put on the statewide bal surrendered to prison personnel Like Mr..Starling says It's health recreation, libraries SAVE..FROM. $3 2.o OtTO $44.06 .

I lot with the signatures of eight Supt.. Masseyjsald. Rood pure luck. Or.fIM If vou knout-- social services, and budget ,. "+,iJk rJ > S .u.( n.. i :.' .. ;
.. '" Ins: placid ln, aii admlnistracnnflnoTigif1 planning. None of the money 4. saemd .. .
per cent of the votersrto aleastane.haltpf ,,11 m, h""h.o" aid .silo nt. ""f h wn ... "..1. .....
the!ktid 4es- ppH flljd M-; _: -Is. ....ppused.to Jmslad.WitI"'
slonal districts.. : iey s la woo recommend'It-; +'." l igb crease'.the' pay "*of' officials.-1, ,," And enjoy the famojjs4+Z.eGYRE1lnarRo'! } of your hoice.Any style'on this page fn any
At present,- the Coneti'utionpermits the state attorney's of flee-that-"+.. ors o t 'v' oti---- of many fabrics or vinyls. All in a brilliant range of colors. Only La-Z-Boy gives you this faultless

such petitions to address -' Reed be charged with attempted combination of recline and rocking ease just lean back into the relaxing angle of your choice,
themselves only to sin- orfcapo. Jfrr1 the finest platform rocker. Now Is the time to enjoy this-often imitated but
gle sections of thej .Constitution. Reod told of Ilea Is he used a .sr or use as never duplicated
"$' piece of a hacksaw blade to 1 r combination of luxurious comfort and carefree good loot s. Quantities are limited, so be
Amendment No. 4 Is an educational cut through the bars of his third- 1t'; among the first.
bond Issue proposalthat floor cell window. Reed flushed -
would Increase state aid the blade down the commode. r rI
to local school construction. The prison chief said Reed apparently
Currently the state gives $400 used n liandwovenrope ..
per Instructional unit (about to slip down the wall Into the
27 students) to. county school courtyard. Reed also had two .Ii -v I 31 I
blankets which he apparently Irf- .
for construction.
systems new
: ; .
The proposed amendment would tended to use to cross the paral- ;:.
Increase this to $600, plus$800 lel fences topped with barbed \y
for each new unit. This money wire which surround the prison. ......... 1. t
: ..
"Its been extremely foggy \ .....
could then be used by the local -. ,,. dO.
school districts to pledge to here for about a week" said 1
bonds. Massey. "When we have condi- "We took up a collectionfor
Approval of the bond Issue tions of this sort, we put arm- you down at the plant.,
would provide up to $233 million ed personnel "around the perimeter bos, and. .." MR.BILLBAIIDNEIINerveendini
a year for school construc- fences. It'i

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J NAME . . . . Each weekend football games misses'1'1 e games will be counted u Manning I Hardware . . . . . ... Can B. Sur. That All
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S .. team you think will win and write night will be thrown out. Any Olin's Mobile Homes .. . .. . .. . ARE:: UlLin CULT:
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i mostrewarding The prizes will be awarded In The the decision remainder of the of Judges contest.The is Terwillegars Motors . . . .'. . 'polymer pant.m.mil such let's ass:ay(hit you superb bought R a 4 knit K :
S each week on the basis of must final. Williams Jewelry . . .. .. ... . k Original, ,,Would you "liutl I it with. lust| 'any kind olrdrycleaningr '" jS
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The Sweeteil Slrautbtrrtet This SU ot Htavtit
Palatka Power

Vol. 94 No. 13 0t..26.: 1972 ,

Indians Run 27-6 BDS Mistakes

Over MaranathaFor Gets 14-7 Win '

4th VictoryKeystone l ln OverTornadoesd i i't


High scored Its third Maranatha's only score came tor the Commodores were again -
As Palatka South Bradford Tornado
victory of the season last Friday on the last play of the game ; forced to give up the ball. upended 14-7 grid- .

night against winless Jackson- a fumble recovered Ins Key. An unsportsmanlike conduct ders found out that it takes two good halves of football to

ville Maranatha, 27-6. at the stone's endzone. The Commo penalty had aided the Commodores win in the Florida Star Conference.Before .
Indian's home field. dore's PAT kick haled giving them a first down

The winning effort was before having to punt the big shoot-out Fri- up by a Malachi Henry CUm he found dayllghtoverrighttackle -

praised by Coach Roy Baylessand PLAY BY PLA'"iRobln'U.nderson Two plays later Keystonewas day night, both teams were on the Brave four yard U..,.. and picked up 16 yards fora
termed a "team effort" received t the on the' Scoreboard again. tied for first place In the con- A Palatka punt' was downed on first down on the Tornado 41

In which every member of the opening klckoff at the seven yard Humor dropped back to passon ference with Identical 2-0 re- the BUS six yard line and the yard line. A 15 yard penalty

KH team played and played well. line for the Indians and returnedto his own 38, found TurknettIn cords. The loss dropped Brad- Tornadoes were trying to run against BUS for hitting late

Fundamentals were drilled on the 24. The Indians quickly the clear and threw a perfect ford back Into second place and out of the hole. moved the ball even further

heavily during practice sessions racked up a first down on runs strike. Turknett gatheredIt gave them a 4-2 mark overall.In BHS also missed a game tie- down to the 20, where Palat-

prior to the game and by humor Henderson and in on the 47 and streakedInto the first half the Braves Ing first period score when the (Sea Page 10)Alic )

It obviously paid off for the Turnett netting 14 yards but a the end zone, dragging a looked nearly unstoppable piling ball popped out of a receiver'

Indians. In addition to ringing/ fumble five-yard penalty andpass Commodore with him. Larry up 127 yards rushing while hands In the Palatka endzone.PLAYBYPLAY .
up four touchdowns the Indians Incompletion forced theindians Vaughan added the PAT witha scoring two touchdowns.South's

led In every statistic to punt.) As the Commodores Idck straight through the goal defense was doing an equally

gaining nearly 200 yards rushing :! would soon find out, posts. admirable job recovering two Steve Carter took the open-

and another 60 passing to It would be the only Indian punt. Attempting to beef up its offense Tornado fumbles while holding Ing kickoff for Palatka and fumbled -

only 81 total yards for the visiting Ail other punts) would be In the Marantha's quarterbackbegan Bradford's explosive offense to the football as he was

Commixtures.( form of kickoffs -after Keystone to unload some passes only 27 yards rushing. stacked up on the 17 yard line.

The scoring parade was e- touchdowns. after the kickoff;however with- Bradford's defense tightened Bradford had a man on the

qually distributed, perhaps reflecting Maranatha had good field position out success. The Keystone sec their belt In the second half spot but unfortunately he had C

Bayless'"team effort" after the Indian punt) and ondary was waiting-Bin Rat allowing the Braves only one his back to the ball and the

comments after the game. Jack managed to pick up one first Ziff Intercepted the first of two first down and 47 yards total Braves recovered.

Sheffield scored the first TD down, primarily on the hard TD interceptions traveling 38 offense. The damage: had already Three running plays netted

on a seven-yard burst around running of workhorse fullback yardtt. A .Turner to Bobby Ronnie Hall ride this runner until he Is down but the been done however and only three yards for the Bravesas s u..
end with 2:12: left In the first James Long. With a first downon Grayson pass for the PAT made there was no catching/ the highflying Palatka had to punt the ball
quarter. The score was set up the Keystone 42, M.irana- the score 21-0 with nine minutes Polatka runner still gains substantial yardage against Braves. away. Wayne Testone caughtthe

by a 45-yard run by Larry tha tested the Keystone line left In the first half. BHS. This is on example of the running game Palatka Bradford finally! got on the boot and was downed on

Turknett and an eight-yard by running four straight run- The Commodores began fighting had last Friday night in the first half, but in the second Scoreboard as Wayne Testone his own 45-yard line and a

keeper by quarterback Robin ning plays. However the Commodores back, this time picking upS the Big Red defense cam alive and almost completely hauled In an II yard pass from 15 yard penalty for hitting late

Henderson. could net only nine stopped the rush.Reds. 'quarterback Eddie flaxen with moved into the Brave
Turknett, who rtufor 78 yardsIn yards and the Indians took over ( *. Page 6:20: remaining to be played. territory at the 45.

only four carries scoredthe on downs. The Tornado rally came too On first down Brad Carter

second TD In the second Keystone's second possession little and too late as the Braves took the call and picked up k+, i,

period on a beautifully thrown would once again ,produceone p hung on to win 147. five yards off tackle. Two plays
pass from Bob Hunter that first down, but this timea Roll Mistakes don't show in the later, Malachi Henry pickedup

covered 62 yards. Larry Vaughan TD followed two plays la- statistics but they played a a first down as he tooka

whose first PA: :'tick was large part in Palatka's win pltchout and rounded left end

wide put) it between .the uprights wMch, avenged last year's 7-0 for a 15 yard gain. With a

on his second attempt defeat, the only blemish on.the first down on the Palatka 25 /.

after the second touchdown. STATISTICS: Devils Braves' 1971 record which saw yard line. Henry picked up 6 f
Over .
Alert interceptions paved the 40-0 them win 10 games and become yards on the next two car- +1 .
way for Keystone's third and KH Maranatha Florida Star Conference and ries to bring/ up a third down

fourth touchdowns. Bill Hatllff First Downs 10 8 District 2 champions. and four from the 19-yard line.. 3''II j

intercepted Commodore Yards 258 81 A fired football Palatka's first touchdown was Then catastrophe struck the at //i5
''pass and ran 39 yards in the Passing Yds .60 II Bradford High'i up junior..team varsity BUS led 20-0. The extra point Reddish got the ball and took set up by a 16 yard ran by 'Tornadoes as Henry fumbled ..

second period. Hard hitting Hushing Yds .198 .TO ; rrldcfer.. ollell 40-0 overthe ,.*-."..kick. was no god'James ,Alar:..idg, -J ..In for the TU widening the rough Dan Brinson and & 15-:- (and 207-pound tackle Rusty William
linebacker',Steve' Byrd picked ':PJ\I'C-Pl'2/6/0 l/W/2 Green Cove Blue Devils in .A.J soon as e' margin to 32-0 with 2:56 left yard hltttnr late penalty against ( recovered for Palatka. y:

off another Commodore past Fumbles Lost 4 0 Starke last.Thursday night. returned the second half kickoff -! In the third quarter. The extra a young and Inexperienced Tor- From their own 19 yard line,'

and scampered 31 yards for Penalties 85 20 An Important factor in the ball, to the 47 yard line of point kick by Reddish was nado linebacker In a game officials the Braves went to work with

Keystone last TD in the fourth Punts/Avg. 1/25 3/22 game for BUS was the fact ,Green Cove the BUS offense good and the score then was were holding strictly Carter carrying the ball three
went to work driving for' another -
period. A Hurner", to Bobby that they had 231 total yards 33-0. under control. It gave Palatkathe times for 14 Yards and a first
TD with 7:18 left in the
Grayson pass nett.eawo: points! rushing and 42 passing. Quar- : After the kickoff CC ended ball on the BUS 20 yard down on the 03-yard line.Three
,after Ratlifrs" ,score" humor tor. Starting on its 33, Hen- terback/ Mike Gaskins made only third quarter of the game. The up with the ball on their own plays later Carter moved the

attempted> another pass for the derson made seven yards on two completions Thursday night extra point kick was no good 39 yard tine. They moved the line.The second Palatka: was set ball into Bradford territory as
and the score was 26-0 In favor three
PAT but ball enough In the first
after Byrd's score Turknett broke loose
:a keeper; but one was to Tommy Red-
of BUS.
downs for the first and ten
failed. scored on a 45-
and nearly dish who the ball 33 yards
ran GC kept the ball four downs on the 50 yard line.
also led the Indians
Byrd Henderson again -
yard sca.nper; GC had 18
for touchdown.
a before having to give It up to On second down of GC run-
with nine unassisted
defense netted eight Bank
on a keeper,
and 41
tackles. Brawny middle line- and Sheffield rambled the final yards The BHS rushing defense made passing.: six BUS again on the 39 yard line ning backs hit the middle and Community

backer Todd Brannon, returning .. seven years for the Tl). of BUS the ball was jarred loose and
fumble recoveries from Green
to action after a two week TD drive was The BUS offense took the BIIS defense recovered the fumble -
The 67
yard Cove while the Baby Blue DevIls ball to the 35 yard line of GC BUS Wins 2 To
suspension by the Florida High made In four plays. Only 2:12: made only one recovery of Interception on the 35 yard line. Keep
before Gaskins threw an -
School Ataletic Association, remained In the first quar- a BHS turnover. That was the last scoring
made eight unassisted tackles. BitS GC which gave the Baby of the game. The Baby Reds
kicked off and downedthe
Crayson, and humor both defensive ter.Maranatha's Larry Cove ball on their- own 26 to Blue Devils the ball on their have a season record of 3-2 Small LeadCommunity
stalwart in previous made a scrambling klckoff return start the own 17 yard line. so far and will face tough Live Fry
games: : ,' had seven and six tackles : 27 yards from the 13 BHS defense held GC to only GC did not keep the ball OM In Live Oak tonight(Thurs- Atwood cheers

respectively. to the 40, but eight plays la- four yards In three downs. long because on their first playof da)'. Oct. 26)). her team to a 40.0 vie.

Things did not go as plannedfor the series 240 pound tac- BUS GC Bank loot one on a 10 yard run and Kenneth tory over Green Cov'
GC the kle Gary Wallace put) a good game and: won two and are atop Etheridge on a I"of: 25 yards last
as punter' was cov- Thursday night in !
BUS and rush on and caused a fumble First Downs 11 6 the leigue' standings with the accounted for the losers 12
linemen the
Big Red Going ball ered was by given to BHS at the and recovered It on the Green Yds Rushing 231 18 big win coming over KFC In a points.A a Junior Varsity battl.

GC 20 yard line., Cove 10 yard line. Yds Passing 42 41 .narie-up game in the Recrea- final scoring threat by Com-

Chi the first play Gaskins Then on first down Tommj\ Fumbles 1 6 tion Department's Small Fry munity Bank was killed by a

fumbled the ball but recovered Football League. Barry Thomas pass Interception. -
Andrews Drugs and KFC now HenrySecond
Devils"Green .
After Blue It right away' making It have Identical record3 and

Then down. K share second place. First Federal -
Gasklns the ball
kept Is the cellar dweller pre- KFC 18
carried It to the 19
again yard
sently with a 2 4 record.
Cove hall; won one er, the scouts say. line for a one yard gain. On FIRST FEDERAL 13

game this year but we cannot Big and strong, Lamar Ches- third down Gaskins completeda MONDAY, OCTOBER 16- Kentucky Fried Chicken
afford to take that lightly because ser 225 plays offensive and pass to Sheldon Hodge for ANDREWS DRUGS 14, COMMUNITY loser of its first two games Scoring
they are rivals of defensive tackle. For a big man nine )'ardslvlng BHS the yards : BANK 12 has now won two games In a row

Starke," says Coach David Chesser is quick and will hit. needed for the first down. Andrews Drugs on the after downing/ First Federal today -

Hurse of the upcoming contest Arthur Ivey, 180 Is an offensive The ball was on the 10 yard strength of a two point safety 1813. of Leader
Tie and passing
with the Blue Devils this Fri- tackle and a defensive end. line and Casklns kept the ball took first edg- r.nnlng
over place by
day night In Green Cove. termed tough and big. Tight end again and made a five yard ing Community State Bank 14 Bill Goodge and Jerry Lock
KFC First
It will be the final road game Keith Gaines 185 is a tough line. Se paced to the win. Malachl Henry's running
coed downewas
facing Federal received the opening
before the Tornadoes come lineman and hard to bring down BHS and 1. 12.The win was number three for the
and the first Bill
kickoff on play tuned rinit
home to tackle three tough opponents when he runs the ball. the gall went to James Aldridge Andrews and the loss only the and last In
In Fernandina Beach, Quarterback Jeff OImb)'. 170 who was caught behind the line I second for the bank team. Good Goodge Intercepted a pass Palatka to 71 yards in 15 car-
Orange Pink: and Eastelde of Is tabbed the best athlete on for a loss of two yards.On defense was the key to Andrewsand returned It to the 10 yard Lock line. ries and let Lee Hatch take

Gainesville. The Tornadoes will the Green Cove team. Ownby third down Elva Hampton the loss only the second for On the next playJerry over In the scoring lead of
around end for 3
went right a -
go Into the Green; Cove game throws the football extremelywell got the ball and ran through the bank team. Good defensewas players in this area.
with a 4-2 season mark and and runs the option play three 'tackles to the goal line the key to Andrews win 0 lead. Hatch scored twice last week
highly favored to make It 5- well according to BHS scouts putting) BHS In the lead 6-0 especially pass defense and In Following a fine punt by Kenny for Branford's Buccaneers.
Clark found on
Fullback Danny Dickerson with 6:07: left in the first quarter Palat
shut out
2.Green the person of Brian Thomas Henry was by
Cove has big offensive 1,0. Is the workhorse of the The extra point kick by who Intercepted two passes and own 10 yard line. On the first ka after holding the area scoring -
and defensive note. Dickerson Reddish was good and play from scrimmage! Lock on
lines Blue Devil backfield. Tommy returned one for a touchdown took thederen.e lead for five weeks;
Coach Hurse. "I would not be Is a strong runner especially the score went to 70. while the other set up the safe a quarterback sneak and raced EasUlde's Leonard Young
surprised to see them play to the Inside. Speed GC received BHS kickoff on ty. by surprise moved Into third place with

way over their head. Friday ster David Rogers, 145 Is set Its 40 yards line. The Baby Andrews received the opening 50 yards for a KFC 12-0 lead. the highest point production of

night, like Palatka did," says behind Dlckerson in the GC Devils In 10 plays moved the James Aldrldg struggles across the goal for one of kickoff and marched down the In secondhalfplay First Federal 12 the week with four touchdowns

Rune, pointing out the Tornadoes backfield and used mainly to ball down to the BHS 26 yard the Bradford High Junior Varsit/'i Touchdowns. The field on a sustained drive that 7 when! closed Kenny the Clark margin raced to 18- Henry so far this year has

must face the Blue Devils run belly traps which he does line where on fourth down the Baby Tornadoes boot Green Cove 40.0 last Thursday was climaxed by Barry Thomas' run the ball 120 times for 712
yards and then passed to Kenny
on their home ground. well BHS scouts say Fast, quarterback tried to pass and seven yard scamper for a touchdown KFC yards totaling 68 points eightpoints
Green Cove' defense Is similar Rogers has the capability of was caught behind t the line for and a 6.0 lead. Following Massey another for the six conversion.the board behind Hatch with 76.
put) on
to Bradford's 5-4. The breaking away for long runs no ,aIn. the touchdown Andrews
Blue Devils .offense Is a wing and is Ownby's favorite receiver BHS moved the ball quicklyand night.BHS Bank with Lock handing off GoodIe "
kicked off to Community
and then Goodge passing to Lock, The top area scorers: ,
first downs moved
and set coming out of the back- on three
pro Cross Country and on the first play from good for 25 yards and a 18.7 Phi_. .._ hIM
"They like to throw a lot," held the ball to the GC 10 yard scrimmage: Brian Thomas LM MUCK mnxlirt .... .... M
Hurse noted. Most Green Cove players go line where James Aldridge got lead. w.l( M.*rv> start ... .....
picked off a pass in the flats First Federal closed: out the La.a.re T.u.s, a..h1.1 ..............
One team comment on Green both ways, but that does not the ball and took It to the 5. Team Evens RecordBradford and went untouched for25 yards L. 0..... C.....,,_ .... ,... N
Cove by Tornado scouts Is that apply to big Nate Jones, 205- Randy Gasklns did the rest scoring with a Clark to Massey H,.... JvnlifRt. arnlre ..............
and suddenly Andrews had a IS yard pass play and a final C_"". ferown* O.IM.III.' '. ........ x4rrr
like to bunch of defensive tackle tabbed of the running and took the s.
"they run a pound 12-0 lead. 5114.. O..ln..vHI. x
fancy plays. the best Blue Devil defensive ball In for a touchdown: which score of 18.13.WEDNESDAY CwI. _.....* Oalnwlll, .... ........1.1eN I
Carl Hunslng- Again Andrews kicked off to .... ......... .
High School's cross was followed by a. T ............
Only win to date for Clay lineman. Defensive left end put BUS further in the lead Jimmy Cauley Paul Parsons the bank team. and on the second OCTOBER 18- Jlmmv ...,.._ ,.......A.sS ........ N I
High Is a 7-2 edging of Ba- Bones Jones, 185, Is a big 13-0. An extra point kick by country team has evened 1U er, play from scrimmage once KFC 13ANDREW eAN.'-' -- S. ......-.... ;
Last week the defensive Reddish made the score 14-0 season at 2-2 so far this season Kirk Hunsinger Ricky DRUGS; 6 = =: ...'"' : '
County High. too.
ker tough player Solie and Mike McRae. again Brian was In the right Tb.m. ..:::::. 1
beaten. 26- 9:55 left In the first half. after defeating P. K. Yonge KFC Its third consecutive: ANr.a W__
Blue Devils were Tackle Arthur Ivey is the with : at the right time and Intercepting won .ML.n.O
been spot JSSr.--- '.
has consistently ::::::::
13 by Santa Fe. They have absorbed middle guard on d fen...Quarterback After the kickoff the ball seesawed High School and Keystone Hodges hottest for the and returning it 20yards Same and moved Its record to __ 5Mka HgW.. .. a1.r.WII ....................N N
the performer
a 33-0 pounding by Pa- Ownby and fullback Dlckerson twice between the .teams Height In a trl meet last SatIn Then 2 by edging Andrew Drugs .sole 4rf. c_ Car ................NSMv
Tornadoes winning two of the to the 10 yard line. Tv .................. N
latka and a 44-0 beating by double u linebacker., until GC had the ball on Its and no low- on the next play. Kenny Ether- 13 8. Mi..>. HUfiru *... *.a .......... Mwar.
four starts placing ? "
Gainesville and 30 line with second the meet held at Gold .. ._ .. .. ..
EasUlde of as does David Rogers whopiays. own yard a Andrews the toss and .. ....Nw
hit Randall Head Branch State Park, the er than second. Idge Intercepted a pass but was won .. er..b ......> MIMT ,...............tlMI
Bolles of A hard by
were beaten. 14-6 by defensive safety.Defensive down. The two losses for Bradford downed In the end tare and Andrews elected to receive. Barry Tho- ....x4.4. all .... ...................
Tornadoes .,
Jacksonville. back Henry West Hudson, produced: a fUmble scored 35 points his ".....* P.". taw ."'Ier ........M
KH at, the hands of PKY In had. 14 0 lead as the mas took the kickoff on own ..... ..
It while PKY scored 42 and came A"N.q. a..bM1ak.A ......... .
Green Cove Is m big team moreland 155;covers the pas and''he recovered on 15 line and sped .. ,. ..
the first meet and Orange Parkin first half ended.In yard promptly Willie ....... ..... .
both the offensive front seven extremely well and Dennis Williams the 25 yard line of GC for BHS. came In last with 46. The team the secondhalfCommunlbBank 45 yards to a TO, and before CtrlI o..WM .........., M
third down Casldna with the lowest amount points the third start -- aa.aln. .........N
front 0ve averaging Then on
the other side of
defensive on
and wins. The Tornado thlnclads travel outplayed Andrew completely : the game had hardly: begun, An- e.k4..N.. .............MeM '
188 pounds. Guard Vlnce the field, Is quick and covers completed a pus to Reddish shutting off Andrews' of- drews found therme' ...n. v
Pull 175, Is tabbed by BUS running plays) w.fl. Roger, the on the 33 yard line end Red- Mark Ross was the top to Palatka Saturday for the

scouts as'lhe best Blue Devil safety; likes to punish oass .. .. ..

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Palatka Power Wins .
Mistakes Were Difference In Palatka
4 (From Page 9))

ka had a first down. quarter IJI" the Tornado defense -

"We did not execute like we to Redding. Barberwas named Bradford was unable to stop tightened
"The the
did the weoka before.Only! thing test offensive lineman of the Tornadoes tumbled the Palatka's running game and six Early In the final period
we did well wu pass block- night. ] ball three tune and two of play later on a third and goal- Tornadoes cot good field position
Ing where the front offensive At the two defensive tackle I F.. them went directly to touchdowns to-go situation from the four after a Palatka punt wu
line did a real good Job" says positions Steve Register and or good field position! yard the Dan Brinson took a downed on the Brave 44 ;yard
Bradford High offensive line Randy Gasklns did a good Job I "Last year they made the pitch-out and rounded left end line. On first! down Henry took
Coach Butch Redding, talking but did not perform quit to ''j- mistakes and we won and this; to score The point after attempt the hand off and scrambled 21
on the tarn last Friday night their capability) ; says Redding. S year we made the mistakesand ; was good and Palatka yards for a first down on the
In which Palatka beat Starke "GasMns did not do tile Job they won' ," commented led 7-0 with two seconds remaining Palatka 23 yard line. Two plays
14-7. he should have and was not Hurse. in the first quarter. later Hazen hit Flynn with a
aggressive as we wanted him If St. Augustine beats Palat- 12 yard pas for a first down
"We (the coached told th* ir F On third down Hazen took
players baton* tile game that to be, but he was sick last ka at the end of the ;year the Ms time and found tight end on the Brave U ;yard line. Ha-
the front line would win or week and should be back to Big Red will be In a three Terry Hayes wide open In the len then wont to Wayne Tel-
to** the gam," according to full swing next week," said' way tie for first place In the endxone. The BHS quarterback tone on the following play and
fell Into the
n Florida Star senior flankerback
Redding. Redding. r Conference, but rifled a to Hayes which
Vernon Barber wu named "They only threw the ball Coach Hurse does not seemto hit the big pass end In the middle end tone to score.
BUS-offensive lineman of die five times. and completed none can as much about the con- of his chest. The ball bouncedout The extra point attempt by
> week and,, according to Red- on u., said Coach Steve Bus- ference as much as cMalifying of Hayes grasp when he Gary Melvin was good and the
ding did the .boat all-round hore, commenting on the per- a for the district championships. couldn't find the handle fourth Tornadoes trailed by 7 with
It Job of anyone on the team, formance of the defensive sec : : Fernandina or Eastslde has down swing pass to Henry was 6:20: remaining In the game.
on the line.t ondary. got to beat Palatka, then Pa- dlagnozed by Palatka and net- STATISTICS
''1 think w* ''wen mentally "We did well on the passing krt latka has to beat St. Augustinefor ted only four yards.
reed but Palatka was fired game of Palatka but the cor- the Tornadoes to get In Starting from Its own five BUS PS
< up more than we wen and they ners did not do a good Job the district playoffs. yard line, Palatka drove all First Downs U 10
were playing their best game of forcing the run" accord-, r "We could not keep our bal- the way down to the Tornado Yds Rushing 107 174
against us," declared Redding. Ing to Bushore. ance between the running and 34-yard line before running out Yds Passing 140 0
In the second half the Bradford Malachi Henry who receivedthe passing games and Palatka of PC-PA-PI 10-26-0 0-4-0
as a holding penalty
defense came alive and best defensive back award Molochi Henry gets hit shirt stretched by a Palatka lineman last Friday night in Palarka. played their best game of the cost gas the Braves 15;yards. ; Fumbles Lost 2 0
almost completely stopped Pa- was the most consistent defensive ;year and we didn't,'* according Following a 39 yard punt which Yds Pen'l 50 45
latka Coach Butch Redding back against the run- to Hurse. was downed on the Bradford 6-
feels that the loss of Bobby ning and passing game, accordIng Indians Win.From Henry was down this weekon yard line, Henry fumbled the Twice
C B Wins Two before the game ended -
Pyal was a large factor In the to Bushore.1 his yardage gaining only ball on the first play from the Tornado defense turned
scoring"of two touchdowns In "Our defensive secondary ( Page 11 74 ;yards on 15 carries for an and tac-
the first half. Palatka was held lacked the depth due to the (From Page 9)) average of 4.73 yards per car- kle scrimmage Johnny Butts 225-pound recovered for the ball over to the offense as
to one first down the second fact that Billy Bigham was side 6-0. and would have still been In the three first downs\ driving from ry. the Braves the Palatka Braves were unable -
half with Dyal at middle guard, lined with leg Injuries," said but alas, a First Federal their own 30 yard line to the Eddie Hazen threw the ball 28' to pick up a first down
and wu unable to run up the Bushore. !However that was Andrews game was stolen at the five .Keystone 38. But once again times and completed 12 pass On the following play, BrIn- the entire final period. Brad-
BIIS middle. "This was a big game for only cause for excitement this pass line and whoelsebutyoung the Indians defense began to es for a total of 162 ;yards, son again took a pitchout and ford, however, could not sus
Wayne Lambus did a real us and we are very dlssap- game. From that point on, the yard Mr. Etheridge took It the length dig [In and took over on downs. an average gain of 13.5 yards rounded left end to score from tain a drive in closing minutes -
fine Job when he came In to pointed that we did not win," game belonged to KFC. of the field and it was all over, Keystone was: seemingly en- per pass. 4 yards out. The boot was good and time ran out on the
play In place of Early Chand- said (Head Football Coach David Dill Goodge put 13 points on the 25 6. Kenny had himself a route to another touchdown as Henry so far this year has and Palatka took a 14-0 lead. struggling Tornadoes.
ler who replaced Lambus this Hurse. board for KFC on runs of 10 and time and a half. the second half came to a close. carried the ball 120 times for
week at the starting position "The fact that we have no 20 yards: and a conversion and 712 ;yards for a 5.93;yard ave- ihr04'
because of a sprained ankle, excuse for losing hurta,",IayllIune. that was all she wrote for An- FRIDAY.! '.OCTOBER 20- Opening the third quarter Mt- rage per gain A 1
according to Redding. drews. Andrews record now Is COMMUNITY BANK 38 rxiatha received the kickoff Brad Carter has carried the DANIELS: SUZUKI
Terry ]Hayes( was elected by "We did have several things all even with three wins and KFC 24 and failed to make a first downIn ball 37 times for 238 for an CENTER: INC.
the coaches as the defensive that did not help us. Bobby Dyal three losses. KFC Is now tied Back on October 2, Commu- three running plays. How- average of 4.64 yards per gain. t
lineman of the week. Redding did not play In the first halt for the league lead. nity Bank and KFC were sche- ever, Keystone gave the ball Best offensive lineman at Pa- Wo
/,"Is It was the best games Billy Bigham did not play at duled to play each other but right back to the Commodoresafter latka was Barber for his blockIng 12,000 ,
has played all year. the cornerback position, and a fumble the first Mi. Accept
the rain claimed: It. So the on and tackle '
'e did a good Job of stringout Wayne Testone and Randy Gas- COMMUNITY BANK 25 game was scheduled for Fri- from scrimmage. ,Tak Hazen play. Eddie 'er' All
play was named best
tile Plays for the de- klns did not practice all week," FIRST FEDERAL 6 day, October 20, and KFC would up valuable time on the back for his poised offensive : 12: tluk.nlies t
.jnse," says Coach Bedding according to Hurse. Kenneth Etheridge ran wild In like for the rain to have got clock, Maranatha's running\ formance and per- .
Vernon Barber did his usual "But still the thing that made this game for Community Bank, that one too as Community; Bank plays netted two flrst downs and Ing. Hazen threw pin 28 times point pass- n a'I'radea'nrrnnty .
One Job at the linebacker the difference was our mistakes scoring all 25 points for the ran wild and put 38 points on were Inside the Keystone 20 pleted 12 for a 42.8 percentage. ,com- Inn t
position on defense according ." said Hurse. winners and keeping the bank the board. for the first time of the game. Flynn Accessories
was named best receiver Complete "Parts & : I
team In a tee for the league For that matter KFC did well However, once: again the Keystone for his
lead with KFC. In eight receptions .. ____ .... I
offensively scoring 24 of their defense dug and forcedan for 141 yards, a 17.75 aver ... i I
The winners received the own but was unable to stop the attempted field goal which age. I
opening kickoff and several offense of the bank team, whichas ,was blocked by Grayson.,

plays later Community; Bank a result of the win took \ A !long drive ensued with .....-.-... ........ ......-. -----._._--_.._----_._.__.... ........-.......-....--
had a 6 0 lead on a 25 yard over first place. KFC had Keystone picking up four first ---
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC score by Etheridge, the first won three games !In succession downs In'the opening momenta
of four Etherldge touchdowns. before falling today. of the fourth quarter. But a
First Federal was unable to Kenneth Etheridge scored fourth down pass at the Com- THE
move the tball on their first four times for the bank teamon modore 32 turned the ball backto
possession so Community; Bank runs of 10. 15 55, and 30 Maranatha. Two plays later
It Has Been Oilman Paper Company's Policy In The took over and moved it well, yards. Calvin Ilamm and Craig! Keystone scored Its last TD "
Past To Open The Majority Of Its Land To The Pub right over the goal line for a 12- Sapp recorded the other six on JJyrd's run back of an Intercepted "j' FRANK WILLIAMSHOUSE

lic During Hunting Season. lead. When Etheridge ran for pointers, Hamm's coming on a pass covering 31
the conversion It was 13 0. 10 yard pass from Mike Jackson yards. Hurner's PAT pass was
:. First Federal finally got on the while Sapp got his on a 15 yard Incomplete, score, 27-0 with OF REPRESENTATIVE
board to pull within range of the run. A Jackson to Amy Koby less than nine minutes remainIng jpii.
winner when Kenny Clark broke In
pass and a Hamm run scoredthe the game.
one for SOyardsandaTD.Ethe- extra points. The scoring In the next 8-1/2 minutes DIST. 25 DEMO.
Gilman' Is Continuing Thi\Policy Under A Permit Sys-. '.. ridge and' company made'It 19 ,of KFC was done by BiU Good- each team had the ball twice
tem.t' Only Certain Areas' Are-Pecrnancntly JosedAinl; "RaiWOT forths Kenny go1ng40_ yards ge's two-s -(-touchdowns;.: .'Kicky'"f ... ; bat without success.'Penalties, e
third TD. "": *' pius lncompletkms and Hum-
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With Game. was knocking at the TD door 3 3 First Federal 24. possession was culminated by "
another field :
goal attempt,
Edwards C tti! Ompiny which went wide to the right. : +4ft Economy In Government I
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October Jl, 197' substituting freely, pass play :
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CARNIVAL FUN Candidates for Princess:Cindy home. Michelle's guests.en- given to her by the hostess Ulna their son-in-law, daughter ,

CALL FOR BIDS Monday in Month of November NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Do you have your Halloween Nettles Denise Keen and Joyed play Ing/games.Prize win- es. John and family, Mr. and Mrs. 1

The Board of County; Commissioners 1972, which Is the 6th day REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME costumes ready for the parade Sharon Fussell. One of these ners were: Richie Comerford, Comerford. :
of Bradford County of ?ovember,1972. Notice U hereby given that ? If not. better hurry. The will be crowned Princess of Paula and Monica Green.Birth- PERSONALS

; Starke Florida lye Dated this 25th day of Sep- the undersigned, pursuant to Brooker annual Halloween car- the 1972 Brooker Halloween day cake decorated with Raggo- .Mrs. Lizzie Barnes of Miss SYMPATHYOur
sealed bide' for one new tember, 1972 Chapter 865.09, Florida Sta- nival sponsored by the Brooker Carnival, determined by the Sy Ann; Ice-cream and punch issippi and Mrs Edna Robin- heart-felt sympathy Is
draulic Excavator 10:0d on Novem- Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk tues, will register with the Elementary PTAwtllgetunder-' most votes at a penny a vote. were served to the guests by son of Tallahassee visited their extended to the family of Mrs.
ber 6, 1972 at : A.M. Byt /sBeulah M.' Moody Clerk of the. Circuit Court In way Saturday afternoon at 4 Candidates for Prince: Kevin Michelle's mother, Mrs. Henry brother, sister-in-law and family Olive Matheny who' passed a-

Specifications may be secured Clerk of Circuit Court of and for Bradford County; Florida p.m. with a costume paradestarting Thomas, Acle Hall, and Carl Harrell. Mr. and Mrs. John Com- way Tues., Oct. 17.
from the Clerk of the Circuit Bradford County; Florida the fictitious name of at the Fanners Mar- Johns. Be sure and cast your erford Tues. through Thurs.of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Williams
Court Courthouse,Starke,Flo- STORK SHOWER and eon, Lee, are home from
10/5 4t 10/26 301 Tavern, under which we arc ket and proceeding to the votes for Prince. last week. They attended
rida. engaged In business at miles School. At the school, prizes Candidates for Queen: Janine Mrs. Linda Robinson was hon Mrs. Linda Robinson's stork Guam, where Rudy was serving -

10/19 2t 10/28 South of Starke Highway 301, wUl be given to those with Willingham, Darlene Mott ored at a stork shower Tuesday shower along with Shirley Com- in the Coast Guard. Rudy
,, IN THE COUNTY'' JUDGE'S Starke Fla. 32091. the best costumes In the different and Monica Green. Although one evening, Oct. 17, at the erford. Is the son of Mr.and Mrs.John
categories. A chicken Brooker Community; Center. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jones William and plans to enter
TO COURT OF BRADFORD. Julian Gllsson, P. O. Box penny counts one vote you may
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 'COUNTY, FLORIDA. 954, Starke, Fla. 32091 and' pilau supper will be served give quarters dollars or what- The gift table was covered of Dothan, Ala. are here vis the U. of F. soon

that In re: Estate of LONZO R, Vlrgle Slade, P. O. Box 159, beginning at 4 p.m. Adults ever you wish to help any of with a blue cloth, adorned witha
Notice Is hereby given
STARLING, Deceased Hampton,' Fla. 32044; sole own- $1.25; children 75C.\! Door pri- these candidates be crowned. stork centerpiece. Guests enJoyed -
the undersigned pursuant to NOTICE OF FILING PETITION zes will be given away. A hotdog Candidates for King: David playing games. Prizes o LY THE VERY RICH

Chapter 864.09, Florida Sta- FOR FINAL, DISCHARGE OF ers.Dated this 25th day of September stand will be provided for Sparks, Steve Thomas and were won by Iva Jean Harrell
tues, will register with the those desiring them. Fun Wade Raulerson. One of these Joann Tomlinson, and Johnnie CAN AFFORD CHEAP AIRCONDITIONING
Clerk of the Circuit Court in COADMINISTRATORSTO 1972 at Starke Brad- booths ride silhouette Green.
pony will be the King of the 1972 ____
and for Bradford County; Fla. ALL WHOM IT MAY ford County; Florida. drawings, bingo playing, cake Brooker Halloween Carnival-- The refreshment table was _

the fictitious name of GRACE'S CONCERN: 10/5 4tp 1026IN walking, and the coronation of determined by your money covered with a pink cloth Cen- ;
CERAMICS under which we Notice Is hereby given that the Prince Princes, a Queen votes. tered In the table was a crys-

are engaged In business at we have filed our final reportof and a King will' be the main So buy your tickets on the tal punch bowl encircled with .
Rout 2, Box 103-A Starke, Co Administrators of the Estate THE COUNTY JUDGE'S events of the evening. prizes to be given away; get pastel colored baby rattlers. QUALITY WORK

Fla. 32091. of Lonzo R. Starling, deceased COURT OF BRADFORD COUNTY Some lucky persons will your costumes roady; vote for White Iced cake decorated with DOESN'T COST IT PAYS

Grace Faulkner, Ft. 2 Box ; that we have filed our FLORIDA. IN' PROBATE take home a Spyder bike, a your choice of Prince, Princess pink and blue roses, baby boot-

103-A Starke Fla. and Grace application for final discharge, 1-2050< talking Barbie doll, a large King and Queen and cometo ies, a stork and baby rattlers IR OWN REFRIGERATIONt'E
and that the
Fullwood, 1015 Southgate Drive, we will apply to IN RE: Estate of CLARA mixer with two stainless steel the Brooker Halloween Car- was cut and served to the guests

Starke, Fla. 32091.Sole owners. Honorable 'Theron Bradford A. Yawn County PEARL RAHME. Deceased. bowls a gas grill, a football nival Sat., Oct. 28. You will by the hostesses: Glenda Lewis AIR CONDITIONING
County; Judge NOTICE TO CREDITORS 19-Inch black and white have Shirley Comerford Charlotte
Dated this 26th day of Sep- Florida Oct. 27 1972 or a lots of fun. h HEAT PUMPS
tember, 1972 at Starke. Bradford ; on All creditors of the Estate portable TV. So be sure to Tomlinson, Lou Tomlin
for approval of the same_and of PEARL DEES RAHME deceased buy several tickets on each BIRTHDAY PARTY son, and Hetty .Jean Kobinson.
10/5 County 10/26; Florida. for final discharge as CoAdminlstators are hereby notified and! of the mentioned Items. Just Michelle Harrell celebratedher Linda Robinson received 226 S. Walnut St. S'fAnl9M7731\'
of the Estate of required to file any claims think-- you might be the win- 6th birthday with a party; many lovely gifts for the baby-

Lonzo R. Starling deceased. .. or' demands which they may ner of one of these nice priz on Sat., Oct. 21, given at her to-be Including a high chair

LAND the Office of Ito County; Judge
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. MARKLEE STARLINGCoAdministrators of, Bradford County; Florida, of in the Court House at Starke ..ism F'C '

that JAMES holder PAUL of the THORNTONthe following the Estate of Lonzo R. Florida, within six calendar : ,;ecr. ,.osl t.,. s ,

certificates has filed said cer- GEORGE Starling II. PIERCE deceased months from the date of the a n.en e .+ Bur H Todar lar It Away
first publication of this notice. e
tificates for a tax deed to be for \ 0 8-PC. CRYSTAL CUT
Each claim or demand must
issued thereon. The certificate tors., be In writing and must state BEVERAGE SETc
numbers and years Issuance, Florida, 32091 the place of residence and post
the description of the property; I
10/5 4t 10/26 claimantand .
office address of the
In which it
and the names was tl
must be sworn to by the yyi(
assessed are as follows:
CALL FOR BIDS claimant, his agent or hIs attorney -
Certificate No. 41. Year of Sealed Bids will be received
or It will become void ? A lF II't
Issuance 1970.Description. for City; of Lawtey, Florida for according to law. i .,;,, l f 4 7rjI'
of I
; approximately two miles of DELLA ROBERTA DEES MC-
Beg at SW Cor of Lot 5 In
street paving. Bids to be opened INTOSII. As Administratrix
Peetsvllle Run N 105', E 105', Mjiklay, November 6?, 1972 at of the Estate of PEARL DEES ./
S 105', W 105 to POB Sec: 35- 7:39() P.M. Specifications as follows RAHME Deceased Mat LAYAWIYIno
5-22E. .1.n-
: EUGENE F. SHAW /O% pat ,n.or
Name In which assessed: Five Inches of Llmerock SHAW KOPELOUSOSP.

Thomas House Movers packed to four Inches Grade O. Box 1086 Sylvania
Allot said property; beingin I I
Roll and Pack Llmerock. Apply Starke, Florida 32091
the County.; of-Bradford, Stateof Hot Asphalt packed to Attorneys for Administratrix light Bums

Florida one Inch,. streets twelve feet FIRST PUBLICATION: October '' o'Int.do. Frost Bulbt406075IOOW '
Unless such certificate or \
wide. 12 1972. \-v.
certificates shall be redeemed City of Lawtey reserves the 10/12, 4t 112PUBLIC y .2 bulbs por oockogo <__ .
according' to law the property; right to reject any or'all bids.
described In such certificateor City; of Lawtey ) < ,

certificates will be sold Ethel D. Reddish NOTICE "
to the highest bidder at the City; ClerkGAINESVillE 1f to
3t io/2 The state-owned lands located t.
court house door on the first Our Di.cou'Men'
in Union and Bradford coun- S '7G' wa.$4.26 l ,t
t ties, known to most of the !y :I

public as TIlE STATE PRISON \ ; 'Dickie' $aFe3.10 "
FARM Is not open to the public v1 37%

and hunting! Is prohibited and Work .Pants Men's Famous Maker Dress Shoe; $a
is covered the Livestock
Protection Guide. Pursuant tolorlda 0't' th thapo tot, -ITa.e.l. o Imported Italian Shoot aro modo of toll Westinghouse 01 1J lux Bath "",....

B usine Statutes .,No.,.821.01 and 'S1 i.65eorron,3PipslpMa rolootoi 1 o Boott loatfior aro In available tovoral Itylot alto &in color limited quantitieiNotoUxtylet Sylvania Magicubes $ v'-36 q', .' Soap .In'-f..

t I.giLe corb<< 821.03 trespassers, ',are subject labile that tutu th* we ara ( & tuot In all stern) ,' 'f' -
N to-proMtutlon'wiWr tft*above of Attortod aolortSi oSi For all Kodak X & Moqicub .
: mention statute.'' -/ 101 29-42 o sum comorai .4 boo. ,., '.11.5 01. par bar
3 cubot'12 llotttot
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-Louie L. W elnwrlght'DIrector '
Division of Cor- ;
rections, Department of ,. "- '1' '7-, .

BRASINGTON Health and Rehabilitative j 'II Ou Dlleoun' Pico Dn oPde.IOW .. : ; 0..i.

CADILLAC' Ol.DSMOBILFSALES : Johnson& Faris, Inc. Services. Dn oil r Prole. ':3" ''S'. ,,' WOIJJ.gs- v .' Our Price_
A 'SERVICE 1 tchg 10/26 wna a '.- i \ Woo 61cI !
Fin Selection of Used CaiTakrii .
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On Cndlllae. Trades FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL $ White Rain Hair Spray'n

2001 N.W. 13Ua Ph. I78-S3C 0l CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- ,F 13 Or.

We Rent Fertilizer 'SpreadeixKt FORD COUNTY.CIVIL ACTION iMen's I//
Beauty Academy N.W.lh fh. 378-0478 CASE NO.DISSOLUTION. .
; Men's Ou, Dis.aunt P'co'
POWELL'S RE: The Marriage of FREDA ;
GLASS S. BRANTLEY, Wife AND Corduroy CardiganSweaters : .. wa.1h9'I f
Beauty AcademyLean I 1 soon ,.
JORDAN IJ, BRANTLEY Bush i / \ Brack Shampoo (
70z. Proctor Pastry Toasters Steam/Dry/ Iron
a Profesaton In Tout HusbandNOTICE Jackets
OF SUITPROPERTY 100% oerylic. I"..t o 2 tlico. Color Tuner Control -' P.mon.nr P.55 slings
Spore Time. Full or Part Time LIDDELL 'I Hondiom, .A'I < Sham w dry
214! N W. 10th 378-27M Quilted lining i cable) stitch' I '.
"" : Belted, over* I A*.ortod t
ELECTRIC Morons" Glass Company ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU sued pockettSML.XL coloftSML.XL Out Di,.euni Price m t
ARE l HEREBY NOTIFIED r- ] W.9c"!) e'S .

that action for dissolution ( Our Ditcount Price Our On count Price
"CliH For Every Purpone"Store an I I l Jerllns Extra-Dr Skin
Fronts-Mirrors of marriage has been ,! FOf'mula90z. Wa 4,99 Wet 99' 1fs I

j IVJofor: Repair Co. Tub Enclasuiw, Showers! filed against you in which the '

Furniture Tops Olaws Replaced following property; in Bradford Our Ditcount PMCwo. I w Ducsunr ill Pace Ell s y"' -- b/n1/ +r
or Gainesville. Tnc.Rrptilrlto County Florida to-wlt Q uoutup
.12.95- Wo."
I PARCEL I: NW-l/4 of SE 1/4 OwDueamPnc. gFl1Mla7 q1

and= RewindingNew Used NEW LOCATION of SE 1/4 of Section 5, Township wour: !

6 South, Range 22 East, Dr. West Toothbrush
1228 a.. M.iln nainr i lite .
'. 2a 16 N J a'V6trt('; !St.1- Ph. 372-8318 containing 10 acres. Medium Hard ,,.,n+
PARCEL n; E 1/2 of the r Boys'Long

MOVERS\ 372-8191 ; 372-1102 W 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the } Sleeve
SW 1/4 of Section 4, Town- + Brenner' Pies SchickMen's
ship 6 South, Range 22 East, o' Dress Shirts Ou> Oltcount Prico I,
Santa Fe Tractor
.> Loin Dlalance Mot Ing 10 W..jJ2.2fr For lunch atur| o nock, theteI Bair Dryers
LONG containing acres more pus a,. always I aood eating
I Storage PackingCrallng I or less. Ban.lon Socks r J t.R.eulor col. e 16 O.. Lad., ,. .. M...', fit
Shlofrin Farm At Industrial Is an issue before the Court q, tar SAVI 137. .._ ",...h olto.h....,.
I Tractors e Famout quality lock o At sorted eo 5.,1. has a.
Free EitliruUt Call I and you are required to servea a your you
Attorted color r ., lots & pnnt dry.
Hydraulics Hose copy of your written defenses Sites. 10-13 1 I o S.ro8.16

and Fitting if any to It, on the Petitioner's i HTH 10% Our Ditcount, Price Mouus. SAVE 1.OSw
attorney, whose name O _
Bolts all Sizes and address Is ELZIE S. SANDERS SAV! 447 SAVI 707 ...,.,www-,,,,, .. Chlorine
Steam Cleaner for Petitioner ttJl
Attorney ,
Our Ditcount Price
K. Nol clew t.
I & Chemicals 138 West Call Street Starke, Ow Discount ''p"9 Wa. 1538'
; Sales At Service Florida, and file the original Ow Duep mPr esiulr .1(111. & ......ls ;:;;. ..'.... Johnson
; Van Service, Inc.: I Pick Up & Delivery with the Clerk of the above wasAflt' Lb6- bacteria. alga & em.S Wax
I Court before No- yfru****
styled on or
3M'N.C. Wild R.. G'vllle ,i 4488 N. W. 6th sc vember; 23, 1972; otherwisea I I I I t U ,Iwl.t Etim.Mte able. !ag.nlcmeerw.vndetfr-. Carnu wt Ronsonol Fuel

I Gainesville, Fla. be entered 19
n aa .M.lIi.i22o sl Judgment may lodoft
o o a
MUST against you for the relief demanded -.-. .7' Lb,. Sh,.... tho d.., y .or oil.wick typo
I AUTO STALES SERVICE ., Born" color bachRocommondod ightort.ightt
In the petition.WITlIo'ESS carnu
Ladies' 'N.LS.' Poi Her 'for all .. Inttontly
=. savE 3.00
; BLOUNT/ my hand and the Wunwpas
PONTIAC: all "fmithot, old e..e.ea't turn cloanor
BALDWINPIANOS seal of said Court on October Jackets & no* .I 12 fl. Oi.t .
I :CMS. INC. 17, 1972.

I GILBERT: S. BROWN : Zippor, front with tlothpockott .--'M"..?,.. SAYI 407 SAVI 23%

1 CHOICE OF THE ARTIST! COURT / a Sovoral Elaine culls paitornt A colon was3466 Our Ditcount, ID /
BY Virginia F, Darby to chooto from Pr,.. Wot Our Onount Prico

4,;,ham (COURT Deputy SEAL; Clerk f o Sitot S M L -96c-< w.. 36e-

Factory Pontiac Authorised MUSIC Co. 10/26 4t 11/15 \: SAVE $2.00 '

Sal.I.Partl.S.rvlc.) C'vilU Shopping Clr. 372.5351) NOTICE ,

210 H. MainGainesville hvputa 1 Our Ditcount PricoWat ..,: 2, is Glamorene 1 1al r
Fla. Farm and Industrial The Board of County; Commissioners 1 796- .J'>o %
Equipment of Bradford County; Ladies'Celebrity VacoaQtaarto Vacuum

372-2583 Bids Florida for,: will receive Sealed I r .5' :.e I Bras ? Bags i

TRAILERS 1/2 Ton Pick Up Truck and ,- .Svpor toft body Ihopi n ,...,.. o A".dMen's
3/4 Ton Pick Up TruckAt bra* typot to
MOBIL HOM(4-RCPAlRS-fI.VICK. Navy-Type r" S I..t1tchoa.. from fit: matt Mac Gregor Golf Balls
: : 10:00: a.m on November :, S.... ;32-44 .-.1 .atuumCWpree, durabU.on o'.d'
+ .u s
.. ." Hams In o Mad IUS A, ., *
Klrly's 6, 1972 in the Courthouse h olbagtL ,,*.. conifruelionConforms
i /1 FRa Rof.lr t SupplUs, lie.WtKiri.uJ Starke, Florida.Specifications. o eloan E 1 c llejnt vinylaSa,7.l2 I contraction n "wIN SAVE 257. ,.. ,.g. to U.S.C.A. ap.adaoPa..
may be seen In 1
._._..". Pr.ilrr. For the office of the Clerk of Circuit SAVI 1.00 ,, SAYS 137. IAVI24'f. .f

J9JON.E.:: Waldo Rd. Fans-| "rthe.m Court Gilbert S. Brown. .. I >'_:r D .

CJlnvnvllle: 37H-009I irilei lirt.irii| k Air Cond 10/26 Jt 112ADDING Our Discount Pnc. 4Dkr'DUewm 'I" OwDncountPrle, Our Ditcount. Pricow.JHH f

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ot tow' ot 14 10 ,., doyHileltoi SuppliesninKt MACHINE
'Intlalltd Compiotofcoc An Coniiirioninjt: .: lnatdl.u J ROLLS. USE OUR CONVENIENT IF YOU'RE NOT SHOPPING AT EAGLES 312 W.
von' Sorvict Dopt File Folders, complete line office MADISON AVE.
.., An Monet.. J650.' LVrs8'JOJ. supplies.The Telegraph YEAR ROUND PA
,roxcllitoj doaior PonM 6th Vic. 01.10111. Phone 964-6305.() PHONE
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Our editorial. --------------

I 4: County'ByBorL.Tyler Agent Neil 1 t

Point view \

L of. J > .

Dry condition an still prevailing 'Friday, October 27th. Form
at this writing. for request for movement' andconsignment
are available at
Lack of adequate moisture Is your County Agenf OCfJca.
delaying. seeding of winter forage -
crops' such u rye, ryegrass eec
f and clover. Strawberry
Trickory DockFor I111 I i aI aIi
Dickory, y o setting 1 s also a couple of week* Bob Allan, Market Manager
behind our normal October 13. tell me that our pecan sale

some unknown reason the.' from the Committee for Reelection of i+ u #l i pl, growing date. Depending condition on, a winter later November have been tth set, for 16th Thursday and 30th.,

American voting public, at least I a the President to "subvert and dls- I i 4BJ strawberry setting date' up to .Sale are scheduled: to be held
good portion of It-- seems to be laborIng nipt" the campaigns of Democratic 1 November 15 might be good for at the Naw Market at the FairGrounds
under a false assumption that In candidates across the nation. 1y us. in Stark*.

some mysterious way Republicans are Our pasture are also suffering -

more honest and more virtuous than The spy system was apparently ; from lack of water.Most

Democrats.If staffed -by professional former pasture normally are low In ,r :h ,
this time of Without h'
; year. l..g 11191a:'
>" and CIA rain
men who sent
regular: reports then could be a critical -
such an Illusion still exists
> of Democratic campaign activities feed situation for our ;
It should be shattered once and for to top staff echelons of both a cattlemen Even though .number -

all by developments In the sordid> the White House and the Committee S17ThG of our cattlemen are now
and far-reaching Watergate affair for Re-election of the President. e using supplemental,,roughage -
which was first dubbed a "caper,": for breeding animal 1*
but has ,very Important.. Some of this. SOME ARE BETTER THAN
now assumed proportions ofan
These roughage has been supplied by
outright scandal. allegations and more appeared excess pasture grass. It look
In an Interview by the Los like we might have a shortagethis a Gracie A chicken.more
Enough additional Information has, Angeles Times with Alfred Baldwin, year. tender than a Grade B chick-

been disclosed In recent weeks to Indicate -, a former FBI agent, who told of mend Mr. Clyde Cone, one of our esNo, It Isn't According: to
that the episode was a major toring wiretaps for three weeks at good general farmers from the the U.S. Department of Agriculture -

operation In espionage, sabotage,I Democratic headquarters, and of being Breaker area tells me that this Grade refers to t equality
breaking and entering, eavesdropping, paid hundreds of dollars In crisp new has been one of the driest Octobers ; of the bird and It appears -
bills James McCord J he remember. He say* on a shield on the poul
illegal use of concealed weapons, and I by security chief
label. Grade
bird 1
he ha his try *
that gotten corn crop
even forgery that goes beyond the, for the Nixon campaign committee. 1 In, but hi* crop of ripper cream fully fleshed and meaty; .
normal realm of political conduct, 1" peas ha* suffered from the dry It's good looking and I I. well
even In this dy of comparatively> It was also disclosed that two of weather I've had couple bushels finished. A Grade B bird I fa
loose standards. the seven men Indicted for breaking ifl flti118 of his pea and could not less attractive In finish .and
into Democratic headquarters last tell anything was wrongwith appearance than the Grade A
ra Clm r,7cwwr/n. them. They were the cleanest bird, and 1* slightly tacking In
Early assurances from the National to plant the bugging devices had served pea I've evsr seen that were meaunes*. It sort of lack
Republican Campaign Committee for a time as White House consult- grown In the fall. oomph but It may be a dia-

that the Watergate incident: was an ants. Segretti was hired In Septem It Thii To Elect mond In the rough.
Isolated case of bad Judgment on the bet 1971 by Mr. Chapin, and Gordon Any Way A President? One thing Mr.Cone mentioned Even before a bird gets its

part of a few overzealous partisansare Strachan, a staff assistant at the White I did not like. H* said that grade It'* Inspected torwllolollOl1ene.
this Ms \ ... If It
was last year to grow passes
no longer creditable. It was even pea*. However, he did Inspection: Its rewarded with
more shocking and disillusioning to that ho would try to get other around Inspection mark on the
hear on several national network pro As pointed out on the Sunday television folk In the area to grow them package.
grams Sunday that the skullduggery- programs, either Mr. Nixon tor us. I asked Mr. Cone If A* for a bird' tenderness,
believed to be unprecedented in Amer- knew about these activities, since Mr. he was planning to retire he Its age or class, 1* the determining -

ican presidential politics has now Chapin's desk was scarcely thirty feet down said that a bit.he Guess was only our slowing farmer bird are factor.more Natllrally,7OW'W tender than

been traced to within thirty feet of from his own-- or he did not know folk deserve retirement a* older one. A tender bird may
the President's desk. about them. One conclusion is Just C much or more than folk on a be labeled a* young chicken
as disturbing as the other. His ig regular Job. Rock Cornish game hen, broU-

In sworn testimony, a California norance of'the cloak-and-dagger activities 1 ,, 1e. see ',mature chicken, roaster or capon. A
a full of
lawyer, Lawrence Young, has linked I would Indicate that he has lost wit and wisdom sophistication

the operation with Dwight L. Chapin,, Control of his own campaign, and would Some folk still do not understand be labeled nature chicken,may old
President Nixon's most trusted aide cast doubts on his ability to provide all the details aboutmove-' chicken, hen, stewing chicken
de-camp, who serves as liaison between leadership In! his role as President.At ment of cattle In Florida under or fowl.
the present rules and regulations
commander-in-chief and his
giant staff. present, an almost unprecedented There One 1*are that two all thing livestockmov Involved.: Buy ing cheese? The U.S. Agricultural .
lid of secrecy has been clamped ''
ed anywhere for any reason Marketing Service
Young says he obtained Information on the Watergate affair as far as the must be accompanied by a"trip says aged or sharp natural

from Donald H. Segretti, Identified Republicans are concerned except for ticket. These are easy to cheese. often cost more than
by Federal investigators as part a whitewashing statement from Presi- fill out and can be obtained milk cheese... And imported

of the, espionage operation which included dent Nixon. But such silence Is no l livestock from any livestock market Inspector, cheese cheese usually produced cost In the more United than

spying on' families of Demo- longer acceptable. The American peo I i Y ti COUfl,,. M2 l1I or your States. Pre-packaged sliced
cratic candidates, forging letters and ple have a right to know the answers IV 'fgeoH vJaTh sou j 'icubedorgratexJcheesemaycostiUmoreiraitfA;
distributing them on candidates' IetWr before they go to the polls on Novem-' ia'dt" :;biti l*"n ttlat 11'' :: wedge; or sticks.

heads, leaking false information: to the ber 7. Post-election explanations will breeding & 1: We'.moved "' Pasteurized process cheesea
or'lIOld: must be ( blend of
negative to natural cheeses
press, seizing! confidential files at serve no worthwhile
a brucellosis test unless they melted together) 1* always In
Democratic headquarters: and throw (Itre going directly to slaugh abundant supply and almost always
ing Democratic campaign schedulesinto President Nixon claims to have ter. Call or coma by your cost ,,lea than natural
general disarray.One Investigated the Watergate matter more tk tqt a County; Agent' Office: In Starke cheese. Pasteurized process
thoroughly than he did the Alger Hiss if you have question on the cheese. foods and cheese
of the forged letters which case and it movement of cattle spreads often .cost less than
many years ago, yet required process cheese.
may have cost Senator Muskle the Dem- the newspapers to bring out .

ocratic nomination, was sent to a details of a political Fifth Column that BACON
Manchester N.: It* newspaper saying would do Justice to the writers of Pictured here Is the fin. strawberry patch of William Mr. Frank Palmer, our livestock The U.S. Department of"...1I -
that Muskie had slurred French Cana- "Mannix" and other television "who- Kalch in the days whan pina needles and wi,. grass war. Inspector,asked me to remind 'culture has some new bacon
dians by referring to them as "Ca done-its.I us.d to mulch the plants Instead of the black plastic that out swine producer again packaging regulations. Beginning i
Is used that they must request permit in February bacon f
The today package
nucks. letter
became the sub- tor movement of :eeder pig with windows will have to
ject of a front page editorial In the This bizarre development !In poli- Shown with members of the Kolch family are Cyrus at least one week before the( expose at least 70 percent of j
newspaper and triggered Muskie'a tical campaign tactics makes it Incumbent Hoover, small boy; Mrs. Joa Hoover In black skirt, and ale. This mean that If you the length of a strip of bacon

emotional speech which caused him to on the President to come Frank Heaver, .t far right, Jo. Hoover was on the bus* :, plan to sell feeder pig at representing/ the bacon In the
lose votes In the New Hampshire pri out and publicly denounce and renounce In... end of the camera end Is not In photo.Strawberry the next sale In Gainesville package.
on November
3rd you must What you sea I II what
mary. them In the name of his party. have your pigs consigned by get.
In the words of one commentator:

As the dingy details are disclosed "Success In! sweeping this matter under Plants Sold Ai ;rr1m:;: .:.;....:........ .;..r.f.mm-f...:.......... : ::;:;::.:; : ::':>>::'*::.::::;:;:! .. -.'y 6.................n-...........-.. .... ..... ....,..;....n...<__.
I dally, the emerging picture Is one of the rug would be a failure for $i vwrr:: : :;::;::;nvr:::; :::;.;:;;:.rl: ;::rrrr;:;}:::rili::

financed a callous by political campaign espionage contributions setup, machinery the American of which political has system known, the all Per Thousand In Early 1890's I.'i. Time h Right To Plant Ij t I

Including one for $100,000 which the too much corruptive tampering. Pub- Winter

FBI has Indicated was a carefully lic cynicism: and apathy, already too Flowering Annuals .m

disguised Illegal contribution from a apparent, would be fostered, and the Among; the Interesting items STRAWBERRY PROFITSThe Included in this should be

Texas oil corporation, sent on a cir- working of the democratic system further displayed during the "show and statement of Mr. J.M. mentioned a sale I made to Mr. Ifs time to get out of the.umm.r window
cultuous route via a Mexican bank eroded by a whitewash. The President tell" session at a meeting Brownlee, to be found below, Camp of Campvllle Fla. some doldrums and start .. boxes and porch gar-
of the Bradford County Histo will give some Idea of what the days ago of 300,000 strawberry thinking/
and back
to the United States In orderto Is under obligation to the people rical Society last plants at $1.000 de gardening. Get
; Thursdaynight 1,000
"miccess of the growers has set to got If
conceallts: origin. and to his party to speak out was a small pamphlet been this season. There are livered In :Starke. The total winter flowering* Urn* to plant Annuals can be planted a*
frankly, to give a full accounting of shown by Mrs. Gladys Ayer, many' others who have equaledMr. cost of filling this order will an uals. seed or obtained a* bedding
Time magazine has disclosed thatMr. the whole affair, and to state precisely who found It among papers In Brownlee's success this not exceed $50, thus giving Many of the annual flowers ad"to"lhlJ1 can be fWWPlant-
Segretti received some $35,000 how he plans to correct It." the old Mansell farm house season, but we have seen tit me an additional net gain of which thrive in northern gardens Plant garden Bedding
south of Starke, one of the. oldest to give the name of Mr.Brown- $250.. making In the whole can be successfully grown usually available at
In the county. lee who, being a new settler 1172.08 clear on 2 1/4 acre. In Florida. However, the season wers reasonable prices anoer o-
tare from Mississippi, and, In Giving something over $520 an at which they are grown awn JUI.cker than wlngyour
The from
pamphlet Is believed to acre. seed
every sense of the-word a is quite different Most annualsare
have been printed In the early reliable classified into two
thoroughly gentleman
1890's and bears a front page The total number of plants was cool groups- When buying seeds
f will gladly answer any Inquiry season annuals and warm you get
heading declaring: "This Is in reference to the strawberry 3000. Total number of quart* season annuals. Florida's cool what you pay for. Seed of named
GENERAL Intended to Represent Starke, culture here.BROWNLEE'S. shipped, 7,117. season: Is from October to Ap. varieties of a specified color
And Vicinity; In Bradford Coun ril, thus we grow are more expensive than color
many annuals -,
ty; Florida"Stamped the cover ESTIMATE during the winter which mixtures. The latter should not
was the name of U.D. Miner, In Mack DeSue, a former slave would normally be be expected to produce flowers
ELECTION personal conversation, the of this neighborhood planted in
an early Starke Jeweler the of a* high
writer elicited the following acres of land well stocked: with spring in northern states quality a* the more
facts from Mr. Brownlee: cattle, hogs,. horses As long a* tho proper Wanting expensive suds If possible
NOVEMBER 7 On. of t the InterVstlng topCu'dI.culled free from debt. Was etc.one, all of'th. time 1 I. considered: home plant seed after the rainy season -
In the pamphlet 1 I. "I have been .In the strawberry first to begin the Strawberry gardener can produce many or small seeds may be
.. "The StrawberryOn.. of The business for 3 years. I culture. Had about 4- colorful annuals all winter.Remember washed tway' The other alternative >-
Golden Crops"which was mak planted the first year, not quite acres out 2 year however,the cool.. I I. to start plant in
Log money for Bradford County; .one-half acre and cleared $150 added 2 more last ago' son .annuals you plant in the flat so they can be moved
year to
farmers even in those days above every cost. The second tall must be able toendure frost shelter during rain storms.
year 1 had in about one acre His strawberries for the last if they are planted, outdoor! Some annual such a* nastur
and cleared $400 above all expenses. two year have netted him $950 tium and sweet pea should be
"This delightful! fruit, so eagerly Last year I had 2 1/2 and $2,000 respectively He Annuals which can be planted Planted directly where they are
The n sought after in every acres of grove in strawberries, shipped over 500 bushels of berries in October include weet D grow because they are diffi
Bradford County market, grows to great per thus making about 2 or 2 1/4 lastyear. Raises rice,oat alyssum, browallla, calendula, cult to.transplant successfully
TELEGRAPH fection here. Coming Into mar acres In berries (allowing for cotton, and his own "bacon and candytuft, galUardia.gypsophl-'
!ket too early to find competition space .taken up by the orange corn." and "sugar and Masses" la, nasturtium, pansy, petunia, Keep careful watch: on young
ESTMU.ISHFP 1 l.<79 from any other state, enJoying trees.)" which leave him but a very tfUox, sweet-pea,.verbena. and annual..,ThafJ' roots are shallow -
f, a ; Northern small grocery' bill to toot He viola. she watering .to '
ha slue markets In January, February The total expenses of this uses not.rl1l1zerothorthaD that until th.y.... well established
? and March over $23,000 crop were as follows) procured from his stock.: Annual have numerou uses Pests must also be kept under
: .t.-:: Let not your heart be worth of this fruit being shipped Picking and packing$130 In the garden. They are probably apltl'ol
, FLOR I DA t"R E S S this vicinity last MACK DESUE'S
troubleds believe In God. hefrom season Fertilizer------ ----- 108 ESTIMATE best displayed In front
lleve also In me.-(John paying from $300 to $Uo per Labor, crates, etc.: ---113.34 FOR THE YEAR 1839 of shrubbery borders. By To produce
A S s 9' tAT\ 0 N : ). acre, net."Nearly. Making total expenses-$331.34 Cross receipt, 14,120 qt*._ choosing annual of different >Wants> pinch: off compact the top bushy pair
14UVe $3.089.16 height! deep flower border of leaves
/ \ ) need' not bear' anything ."ryone..8iod. Received check from commission Freight charges. __ $825.00 can be produced. Plant the taller at lout three after. pairs seedlings of leave ban*.
alone', for Christ I is with usalways. that Industry will double or tri In men to the amount of Cost of picking .-- 28 .40 specie* at the rear and This win Produce' lateral bran-
$1,273.42, less total expense Commission -__ 313.00 progressively shortervarieltes *ne* and
Through Him we have plet his crop forth.wxts.uon better quality plant.
Expense In Use
It Is of $351.34 making a net profit 1,332.40 front color blend
E.L. MATTHEWS Edn Publish.r the power to overcome the conceded throughout the *. Net
of $922.05.Gress proceeds.43,750.70 well and avoid too many varieties
,I PwblUhcd each world. We can meet all things State that me solid, firm Mil Moet ed Package: contain
Thursday and .nt.r 4 at Second of sale amounted to $2-. Having different color:
this dlractloaa
Clot. Matter at the Post Office at Star It ?.Florida with, strength' of Spirit with clay and vicinity, underlaid with 100.. POLE )PEMF4I, *.rv Bed should be large enough at for pa tang and care
7 ; vnaV Acf of March 3/d 1879. J'Snb joy, with 10For when our being almost perfectly to that flower can be cut the amwals but experience to
.-r ri0toft, 'in trlde .,.., 1 p.ar,'$6.00)j) Outside' Lord U with us-who can be" ,during level the retains the moisture BtSPONSIBIlWTo>< and used Indoors to provide er Wbo best learns teacher. The garden-
trade 1 dry seaaonof spring, Net receipts front commission winter color. Many low how to successAUIy -
area: year $7.00 t'kStf against us? Let not our hearts which .is grow
essential to the grpty anneals WIll "
ing annual make affective edgings
41.273.t2. '
men -
be troubled: believe in Cod, :,:0( strawberries and.. early. gar.dening Amount of treightage--$828.-' : VOTE. for walk and aDddon't tsrrggarden clolo I tt !'III-
believe' also aamaislie .
in me.' 58. forget to ue for So with
FwJ Telegraph Oct. 26,1972 Dowenlb
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4 301 I LAWTEY % Cllsebeth Terry ( ******** MEN :t*> w,4*!T**.*| **1 *1 *WJ*"* EdwardFarm ," \

To Hold Sale> \

DRIVEINSNOW CHURCH SCHEDULESAND and Mrs. James R, Norman the Whiting for midnight June 9when heavy ';'
Beef Cattle
ACTIVITIES and sons, visited their uncle Mil- rainfall the surrounding Of ,
Grace United Methodist and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Har- caused the Lake Dam to break
TIME 7 P.M. Church Sunday School 9:45 vey, of Seville on Thursday.He of the six- took at least 216 lives and A one-day sale of beef cattle
Fri., Sat.,' Oct. ,27.28FATHER sum. Worship Services 11 sun. I improving slowly. includes sent property; damage estimates will be held by Maurice
and 8 p.m. MYF 7 p.m. Mon Mr. and Mrs Wayne Harper time In the beyond the $100 million Edwards, Jr. at his farm west
day Choir Practice 7:30: p.m. and family of Starke, visited mark. Ellsworth personnel assisted of Starke on Edwards Loop
| AND SON-RELATED The WSCS of the church met their grandparents, Mr. and "Trojan" in initial emergency relief Road.
JiY BLOOD! at the home of Miss Arthurlne Mrs. Carl Prevatt. on Sunday. will go to efforts and for the next The auction sale of select,
Blanchard Tuesday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Newell, leading to month helped the city clean up top quality animals will startat
with seven members present. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen, a Naval A- and return to normal. 11 a.m.
"' / The devotional was conducted by and Mrs. Walter Martin, attended Lieutenant Douglas will weara Among the cattle: being; offered -
i'( the president. After the meetIng services at Murray Hill graduate of distinctive service ribbon to will be 150 Angus cows,
a I light luncheon was served. Missionary Alliance church in h School In mark his affiliation with the 20 red polled and red Angus

,.-*5'A' '" Mrs. George Roberts Sr., Jacksonville. After services, graduate of unit.The cows, 100 Limousin calves and '\
"'* ANYONE'S Mrs. Truby WaJnwrltfht. Mrs. they enjoyed a picnic lunch. lieutenant a 1966 grad- yearlings, 10 Holsteln cows bred
BLOOD! Ernest Wells Mrs.H.H.Hamilton Mark and Shane Swindell spent uate of Bradford High School to Chlanlna and Limousin bulls.
and Miss Arthurlne the weekend with their grandmother received his B. S. degree in and a group of some 250 F-l
11 ... Blanchard attended the regular Mrs. Edith Swtnney. 1970 from Florida State Uni- cross Bradford heifers and
.{,' ...) Annual District' Meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 1 versity. He was commissioned cows.
..-. WSCS at Faith United Methodist visited Mrs. Robert Lee Mrs. in 1971 upon completion of

MILLENIUM RROPUCTIONS Church, In Gainesville. O.J. Phillips, and Mrs. Rosle Officer Training School at .
PRESENTS Purpose of the meeting was to Baxley In Bradford County Hospital. Lackland AFB, Texas. e
automobile ho bt
Work The
give Instruction about a change >> Starke on Sunday.Mr. .
which Is being made after Jan. Mr. called man' worst enemy,
and J.F. Robertson William Earl Sheering,
tile .it hi bert
1, 1973. The new name for the visited Mrs. Abble Kelly, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Dale :Ar"C" James E. Autumn deserves a salute just at and dog *
_'DIEVAM WSCS will be United Methodist Euel Cain and Mrs. Kettle Robbins Ing, Starke, arrived E. R. with everything else going la ,( ,of tile country yet going.mmf'f'peale to J
Women. Starke, and for wild designs, the leaves
u rD In Jacksonville on Sunday. at Fort Campbell Kentucky the dog rather than to the
A Halloween' Party for the Mrs. Kenneth Terrell and son duty with the lit Battalion( AFB, S.D., will be confined to the standard automobile.
children will be given Friday Kenny of Gainesville spent the borne) 603rd Infantry, lOlat for rescue conservative colors.
IN WW'DDCOLOR night 7 to 9 p.m. Following weekend with her mother, Mrs. born Division of the during and
r that there will be a weiner Joe DorkoJ; Mrs. Ernest Wells Army. that de-

1/1,,N''" /,. SMITH a"lPATMI' roast for MYF. visited them while here. Sheering Joined the I per cent
The Men's Christian Fellow Mr. and Mrs. George R.Sum- in Starke on June 28 June 9-
Plus-GA R' DHJO.F ship will have a Breakfast at merlin of Lake City are spending ed basic training at Fort ,
8 a.m. Sunday at the Parson the week with their bro- C. Is a mis-
THE F son, S. and completed Mf'
? DEAD age. They will make plans for ther-in-law and sister, Mr.and weeks of airborne with the
... '
.tNTfUTHIMtNT I l. the Thanksgiving dinner which Mrs. Hubert Priest and La- Fort Bennlng Ga. He Is 44th
they sponsor mar. On Sunday all of them log a four Wing, which
Sun. Mon. Oct. 29,30 Highland Baptist Church:Sun' enjoyed a seafood dinner at Friends may write him Air Force LIQUID FEED
day School 9:45 a.m. Worship Stelnhatchee.Mr. C. Co., 1st Bn (Abn) for ex- TM
THE EIGHTEEN Services 11 ajn. and 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Perman Andrews Int., 101st Abn Dlv (AmbO), a-
CARAT VIRGIN Prayer Meeting Wednesday at of Columbia S. C, visited Campbell Ky. 42223. 9 to July "LIVESTOCK FEEDS MEDICATION
7:30 followed Choir Prac-
by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pre-
Plus tice. vatt on Saturday.Mr. *** just be- & EQUIPMENT"
and Mr*. Cue Dobbs of
, Officers for the Lawtey PTA Ralford were guests of Mr. Pvt. Jimmie L. MAsllne, --,
for the coming year are Mrs. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish on &' n
1 of Mr. and Mrs. T. H, "RobPJW1 n

i 1i JEZEBELRated Barbara Mrs. Geneva Kirkland Barnes, President,vice prel.;; Sunday Mr. and afternoon.Mrs. Ernest Hewitt line pleted of Starke a ten-week, recently [ < $ COd ;

Treasurer, Mrs Valarla Shu- of Tallahassee the week-
spent I
corpsman course at the
i, X 1 18 yrs. up ford; Secretary, Mrs. Mary end with their parent, Mr. Army Medical Training d .

Admission 1.25 Felton. and Mr*.'Arlie Dobbs. ter, Fort Sam Houston, Coak f Feeda *
Halloween Carnival .
Lawtey Mr.,;<,and loin Raymond Williams While there he learned
No Babies starts at 5:30: Saturday, Oct.28. and sons of Jacksonvillewere perform routine patient : t
Fish will be served at
Supper guests of their brotherinlaw and treatment duties In
5:30: p.m. Price to be $125 and sister, Mr.and Mrs. areas, hospital units, f I P. O BOX 44

per plate. O. J,; Boyette and family on saries. clinics; and other WORTHINGTON SPRINGS FLORIDA 32697
I FLORIDATHEATRE Sunday. ical facilities. He also .
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McLain Instruction In the ( I ROBERT WORRELL PHONE 496-7821
of Madison were dinner guests tion of sick and wounded' I ; > : ,OWNER HOME 462-2394
of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish ground air, and water I
Llssle Starling of Jacksonville on Tuesday. Pvt Masline entered the ---.
! spent the w.ekwlth her
daughter, Mrs Elsie Norman.
Showlime- Veekdays 7:00 Friends regret to learn that

Sunday :.1:00 J : Saturday 1 :00 these have been hospitalized:
Mrs. Coleman Phillips, InBap- ,
Fri., Sot.,' Sun. tist Hospital, Jacksonville; Ha-
rold and Gene Eunice, St. Vincent's .
October 27,28,29 Hospital; H.H. Brice underwent Florida

surgery at Naval

Hospital, Jacksonville, on
Thursday;; Mrs. O.J. Phillips, National Banks ,,:q
Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs. ,
Roe!. Baxley all In Bradford

red rm County::: Hospital J 'Starker: and rnMrJf.L'.w'Jjck. ;, .,2" :, ; } j "o' ., of Honda _Inn-. .," na'ut'.rv; 911 11' .91f1FJQMS 'I 491)191{ '(J to a9lU! (UCl: II.; wJl l !;>
: .
.. ,, ..., .";.. ." ., '-rrn.w a.... ,,",;'''f'I, or 'tIiiI iii 9V6d: oIq :idt. ,e-.J oK I'wab! 'l-,, dJZ
'" ; .,, Mlth IIrS'J: ... .. ,:wvr' '!' _. ... '. Ypii no af.[ ll"*. .. n: ''I' ''II! \11ff.f'fIl'! ':1l ,;; .......,"" ....' ,0' r; agI. 4
Elizabeth Ferry lhed .......... .. .
Y e !'I. ry- J, .' ""':" '-.. ,I} j ,' .
!l nephew and niece, Mr.and Mrs. and Subsidiary Banks
; Benton Futch of Starke, also :
Mrs. Lois D. Dollntg, at Starke

,pbrxA Nursing Home on Monday. &
\ The Home Extension Clubsof V I
ITS( Starke and Lawtey met In the Consolidated Statement of Condition, September 30, 1972
'" Agricultural Building. on

C.T. Hoggins was the guest

speaker. There were 22 pre- Cash and Due from Banks $ 185157576.55 Deposits:
sent. The Starke Club served
cake and punch after the meet- Investment Securities: Demand $ 536,262,247.73

t Ing.Mrs. U. S. Government Obligations 63,309,357.97 Time 448,753,355.16U.

Ernest Wells Mrs.Ploy S. Government 65928824.83 Total
Bennett. Mrs. Hermle Kelly Agency .Obligations Deposits 985,015,602.89
Plus- and Miss Arthurlne Blanchard Florida County & Municipal Bonds 79,353,576.71 Federal Funds Purchased and Securities ,

"HANG EM HIGH" visited her sister Miss Ensa Other State & Municipal Bonds 152817043.45 Sold Under Repurchase Agreement 33,023,000.00
Blanchard Baker County Nursing -
With home last Thursday, Federal Reserve Bank Stock 2780750.00 Provision for Taxes Interest, etc. 4,678,907.45

Clint Eastwood Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mobley Other Securities 57680744.60 Interest and Income Collected-Not Earned 13,760,938.57

with of Wtmauma their brother-in-law spent the week and Federal Funds Sold & Securities Dividends Declared-Not Yet Payable 377119.84

sister Mr and Mr..JohnKuhDe Purchased Under Resale Agreement 60550000.00 Total Liabilities 1,036,855,568.75

Sat. & Sun Matinees and family. Loans 463738012.67 Reserve for Possible Loan Losses 6260511.26

October 28,29 Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brad- Bank Premises & Equipment 31811137.95 Minority Interest in Subsidiary Banks 1,572,537.23

ley, of Jacksonville, treated Other Real Estate Owned 815304.42 ,Capital Accounts:
ShowingSat. their mothers, Mrs.R.L. Brad- Interest and Income Earned '
ley, and Mrs. James McCrary! Capital Stock, $12.50 par value per share

At 1:00: and 3:00 of Starke, to a seafood dinner Not Collected !'',, 9,457,198.63 Authorized 12,000,000 shares; issued
at Stelnhatchee on Sunday. Other Resources 1387184.49 9,427,996 shares 117,849,950.00
Mrs. Douglas Jones and Mrs.
Sunday At 3:00 Robert Futch vlalt.eclherdaugb- Total Resources $1.174,784,712.27 Paid in Capital 17,017.02Undivided

ter, Mrs. J.R. Devon at Ala- : .,o t:' Profits 15588844.95
chua General Hospital on 'I'" '''':iv' '11''' .
G Wednesday., ..l : 133,455,811.97

MGM Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Crews and ,' J .. :: Less Excess of Par Value of Stock Issued Over
daughter, of Clearwater spent 4 'f;';{' 'i' ;'r1; Equity in Banks
the weekend with their mother, :< Subsidiary ((3,359,716.94)Total )

The ( kingdom Mrs C.R. Crews and Clennan. Capital Accounts 130,096,095.03Total
from Mrs. H.L. Barfleld Is spending .
escapes 7 some time with her daughter Liabilities. Reserves and
the zoo .., Mrs. Sidney Harbin, and Capital Accounts 1174784712.27
and winds .n other relatives In Clarkston,
Ga. so that she can be near
up in ,-_ "
her son. Harold who Is confined : ,- ', -
everybody'sbackyard. to Cobb General,,Hospital
r' We are glad to report that a..1.-. Pre.ldl" Och.,.., Clinic/ / and Ochenw PrI'dl"1'
Roger Bennett son of Mr. and W. Liven M. ANDERSON Executive Cornmlnll Fkwlda Na'Sa, ,,'". FOtIttdal1oll Hospital/ Flo"da Fmt National Bank/
Mrs., Gary Bennett; caught. a PresidentAuHc fchairmanN.tkNta.. Delta Ai l_.. 1110. 01 Florida, 1110. New Orleans/ loul/a"/ al PI".aco//
Registered Black Angus calf JOHN H.MANRY'JR. :''S,1da Peterebutg At'--. a-gla Florida" DR. STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL W. C. SMITH
at the Calf Scramble In Starke. Vice IUCHAJID L IHUS ::::: o/acksonv/u.Fret National/ Pr'dl'' '",,,,Idlill Past Chairman'
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford lAMES C. IIOtIINSON,IR. A. HUGH DANIEL Pr..1detIt U".lIy, 01 FlorIda Standard Ol, Company
of St. Augustine Mr. and Mrs. Vice Pre.dl', 0 Chairman'. a T.IUre' Florida Nat'-I' Bank JOHN H. MANRY,JR. G.1n.svdFlorlda/ 0' Kentucky
,'- v Sidney Shuford, of Starke, and 0."",International CMporal/otl/ of...eIattd Pretldl'" Lou"l11e. Kentucky
S. Alabama 0 I. I. .
.. Mr. and Mrs. George Shufordand Birmingham Florida National/ Bank a Trust
Secretary o.P.HawIIT.JR. Pre.ldlnl/ WILLIAM C. SWAIN
.alb Company a' MiamI
: family,gathered at the home HARRY A. .auns
PrnIdettt I. I. P.v,,sh a Company Inc P.ldl'
of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shuford T Forme, Pnsld.nt. Florida N.tlortaBank/ ALLEN H. NEUHAmt Chairman. flo'da' Na'o"al, Bank
and son for a Welcome Home re Southern Railway Company If Orlando Pr.sid.nt' lJrevlInI National Sank at Coal Gable.
and Birthday Anniversary! party ROBERT'M. UI..cH (Jpparvll,.. Vlrg"'Ia 0- Company, 1110. Tnu,,,,,,.
for their mother Mr*. John CompIroller and film H. KENT Roah.sta. New York STANLEY A.TAYLOR
Shuford on Oct. (16. when she A..It.nt. Secnary 1(_.Durdatt. and Kent JAMES A. RHODES Pr..Id.ntAttan.y. '
l. returned from Baptist Hoept- Forma Governor 0'' OhiO "orlda Bank d TrostPr.sld.nt
Company al Daytona Beech
tal. Jacksonville after being
MGM-, lame. A. Rhod. S A..oc.
:. confined: there for several / .
fhkhI Columbus. Ohio
An8ri'frS weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Doy Thomas,
$,,ibAJCIMJiEP"a of Ohio spent from Tuesdayto

S.L.Friday Swindell.with Mr. and Mrs. Thirty-One Banks Statewide

Mr. and Mr*. Robert McCle-. Total Assets Approximately $1.2 Billion
lien and son Jeff, of Starke,

.....:.cow and Mrs. Margie ReddUh and Florida First National Bank of Jacksonville Florida National Bank & Trust Company at Miami Florida National Bank at
children of Ral/ord, gathered at St. Petersburg Florida National Bank at Orlando Florida First National Bank at Pensacola Florida National Bank at Coral Cable
the home of their parent. Mr. Florida National Bank at Lakeland Florida Bank & Trust Co. at Daytona Beach Florida National Bank at Gainesville Florida fldrfdilVational
TMtATRPlus A and Mrs. Lei McClellan. for a First National Bank Ocala Florida National Bank A Trust Co. at West Palm Beach Florida First National Bank at Key West i j '
family dinner on Sunday honorIng Florida First National Bank at Vero Beach .' Florida National Bank at Barlow Florida Bank at DeLand Florida National Bank at e
their father on his birthday :
anniversary.Mr. '. Arlington- Florida First National Bank at Fernandina Beach Florida National Bank at Lake Shore Florida Bank at Fort Pierce Hanks ofFlorida

and Mr*. C.A. North Florida Dealers and Grower Bank at Jacksonville Florida First National Bank at Madison. Brevard National Bank,Titusville
and family, 01 JacUoaYIUe, vt- Florida First National Bank at Brent Florida Bank at Starke Florida Bank at Chipley Florida First National Bank at Port St. Joe
Cartoon Carnival sited their grrdparsnss. 1Ir' Florida National Bank at Perry .Florida Northside Bank."f Jacksonville.Florida Bank at Bushncll.Florida First National Bank at
and Mr. J.B. Robertson and Opa-Locka Florida First National Bank at Belle Glad Member FDIC
ADM . K* Mr. Edith Swtaney, on Sunday

-A Mrs. Carl Norman end son, ,

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Mrs. McLcndoD r- --l
meet M NOT,I I
Heads GOP worth'2.00t
)11 coupon
39 this r 1 8 1 DATE "PIECE.A.WEEK" RICE I o- '! XSSaZ' .ggI.I ;
For Williams Saucer qY "T ,.Sian !114I ocr, .1 ;\ 12' l
only week ,, .2,1. SAtCER .39c : PlATTER f2.M :

Mr. Frances MeLewton of ,y U' =: i. BREAD! AND BL'TTER' .39c ---u.. tINN; ,oYrsNro.- .' = .,--
Starke chairman 01 the Republican .ornm roYR, n. aYxr. u ...
Women for UmaklngoM Frank WU- This lucent PI.will.hl.{ ... The start pattern yevr cellectlen Is English.f 0.line,,,,.trans,, p J ,10Y: ri lOW DINNER PLATE .39c ;;;:,,;:,;:;;;,:,":,, !,!-- m I
Usns Committee c N0N ''o' I OOO.OCI M IThii I
A delicate blue Herat the tra.dltlenal t ) FRI'ITDISII' 39c wlnl ,
point cloar! In her campaigning design barriering 4 NOV. II I coupon worth 60$ I
III Dlst. 251 Republican can also rim shape. Juit put us an your shopping{ [J''., s +} Y' Novrr. CI'P .39 c aces tOWMOTHt I299MMCS2LUNCHEONLJ50SW I
the ticket at the poll list split 's"" .f-.f. I IL
on November 7 and vote for the ana piece with $3.0O purchase, lane with $a.OO ( t 1
candidate of their choice regardness purchase, sic. Then fellew ewr schedule. N.Il/nltl I"SAVE --a"''':':'__ELATES.J249JJSSJJ: J
of party; affiliation.
In the cue of the Clay-Brad- .
ford-St. John County district, '
Mr*. McLendon says that Republican 4aanti +
may, feel free to vote W/Ty ptteFlee
for Williams, the Democratic Np'd
Party nominee for the Florida:
House of Representatives."Party .
; flea today are ties to
and not necessarily -
changing principles
to candidates Mrs. ,
McLendon says. "This Is obvious >
at all level by the crossing .n .
of party; lines by political try wL
leaders themselves. George : ;-
Wallace, John Connolly and 1L
Strom Thurmond are examples. I ,
." she pointed out. "In
DUt. 25 we have Democrat
Frank William running for the ? .Vw pills..
Hou... His wide experience. :; 7w 1.
vigorous ,platform record of W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
achievement; Ms youth, and ability
to relate positively to all .. !5'' !t
type; of situation and people 1 Y
make him the man for the Job."
Mr. McLendon said. iiuCK
"Republicans are not going I # A'rT
to .hesitate to see In Frank J Bo
Williams the answer to dis ,,,. 430 WADISON STREET', STARKE he;
f'idneeds, and to belpvote him
Into office the chairman de-
clared. ''And this lathe reason rALL VEGETABLEt ROAST LB.
why we have organized the .
Republican Women for Frank ;r SALAD OIL .
Williams Committee. We're
going to have In the Florida x SAW aiclb.-WD BRAND SAVE He Lb. .W-O BRAND USDA CHOICE ( "-Pok)

us Legislature the kind representation of a man personal who we will and want give unbiased % 'r-- C R'I sea Sr'ou'$118$ Ground Chuck : 98C

Mrs. McLendon said that Clay Limit 1 of choice _/$7.50.r mere pwrch.ie excl. cl..rett.a. I
registered County now Republicans has a total of; Bradford 3,600- y DelmonScos .., $189 Cube ,Steak 5 LovEA $798 1

County has 301; and there W-O BRAND PURf WO BRAND USDA CHOICE

St.are 517 Johns In the County Diet 25"We part are of AltOUUOaa10f1 ; Gr. Beef 3 A $199) Rib Steak 5 L .r749 .

growing, and becoming more
and more agrouptobe reckoned OIL 2 SAVE I I1 Ulb..FRESH PORK SHOULDER W-D BRAND USDA CHOICI NEW YORKStrip
with In North Florida" she 48-ox.: 31 .....
Picnics Steak $998
48c )10
said. SAVI 41s BOTTLE .' L.. -


Hampton OTTLI V O Chuck Roast LI.78C Pork Steak 5 ':ttf.OR $399


Area NewsBy Viva Paper Towels .' lOLL 28C Chuck, Steak l8. ''SSc Tenderloins $S239


NEW POLICE CAR leans. . 3 "C4NI" $100 Margarine 6 PKOS.Ina '$10) 'Chunk Tuna eM-es.CAN' .t"30c 1 1,

You may have missed our SAVE 33c.THRIFTY. MAIDPeaches .
old patrol car by this time. .. <
The one Is light blue In 4 29. ; $1 .4 .<.....
color and up,to,data la dlstin .:' ., ; F., 0 Ju rtg;l ,h.t'... .638', P I'.1.1jfe.I, .lg.lfn!; l"III'I 59c" \I ,-L.
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gulahable only by the blue light a 'BAV17BeU./lelE13' 'y J'" .. ..r ...r : ? t"J'J '1"\\' ',.''l'l.1'i'' ,+"G':"'1 AMIIY "' [ tJ "w"I"uflU18,' ." 1 ICI"' ,',}, ,,,l I' .rM _:3oalluaatlrnll'/ .I I Ib.v jlj
I'll have ...
for on council the you meeting.on dash.that after Right the now more next I Whole Kernel Corn 5 -, *i o. Bread ."' 'IgF.0! :,:;1I88cBQ[ Sauce. I ::'I I 35' nl

don't know whether the car SAVE 40c.HUNT'S
Is to be repainted or Just doe 1

caled. :.Tomato Ketchup 5 a-i5 1P'NIBftECZE Rolls . 2 ""i;. 59C Butter 21 A:. 78c :

their Oct. 20 meeting Senior and voted Citizens time to to met change 7 p.m.on Medium. Jiff Eggs . 2 DOZ. 79c Alka-Seltzer SAVE 4.-TABLETS FOR i BLAHS 25 PKO.CT. 58 Chicken;; : 'CAH88c

Cake Mixes 2 I::;; 79c I .
THIS On '!Sunday N THAT Oct. 15. Mr. and FRISKIES Aspirin .88C Weenees 4 CANS $100 1 1CASTLEBERRY

'Mrs. W. Schaub surprised the NORMAL HOT DOO i
W. Fontaine. with a visit. The Food 25 LI. $199 Shampoo.
Schaubs, of Bellmore, L.their I., Dog . 8100 BOTTLE88C Chili I l I ,. 5"ss $1) '10
'New York are moving. FOX DEIUXE use ORSausage "
winter home In Crescent City 1 SAVE! )11.! SCHICK SUPER CARTRIDGE IVORY LIQUID((10c OFF) ''Ie
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bran- Pizza ;' 69c "
. Blades 88C ;48C
nen and Mr. and Mr. Lynn -: Detergent -
!last Wednesday night SAVE )11 HOUR AFTIAHOUI DCLSEY BATHROOMDeodorant 'I'
birthday.Mr. Meat Entrees 2 :: 99c $ .
to celebrate Lynn's ;.
and Mrs. R. O. Cope- .511, 78C Tissue 3 88C
land of Valdosta, Ca. visitedthe SAVE 11..THRIFTY. MAID' All FLAVORS 4

Tommy Lynn Halls Meng last Danny week.RIddick Ice Milk . 2, ,GALLONS HALF $100 Helper BETTY CROCKER HAMBUROER 2 $100 1 Flour PILLSBURY IXTRA LIGHT PANCAKE 2V: : 88C f y
and Jimmy Gladwell were the . .
Hampton boys winning calves FLORIDA FRESH

In Mr.the' and Calf and Mrs.Scramble.Mr. and Marklee Mrs.Norman Don- Yellow Corn . 1 10 EARS 69c Cascade *:;::: 89C Gatorade 3 $100 1 1SAVE

Forte spent last weekend In EASTERN RED a9 17c.KAL KAN ( ) J

the Chastaln David Smoky Jackson have Mountains.: taken and out Elizabeth a mar Delicious Apples 11 ',- 79C Dog Food 4' xs; $100 TeaITMIMix '"o89C; ::

riage license. The wedding date '. SAVE tOe KRAFT CHEESE* SAVE 14..DIXIE DAAUNGCHEESE t ;ys :

1*Richard uncertain Mowry at this won time.the drawing Tomatoes . . L.: 29C ; Macaroni 4 7>-: 88C Macaroni 5 7-' s.;: 88

at the new Dairy QueenIn .

Don't Starke.tOl'lltfour for the school 19" car-TV. Baking Potatoes .10a:: g9c. ,
nival this coming Saturday eve
ning. The costume parade starts ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE 1.
at 4 pum. at Water's Store
and will go to the school for
Judging of the ,costumes. Bundle MORTON CHICKEN BEER, TURKEY, ,:

come up along family tar and an friends evening and of MACARONI & CHEESE or SPAGHETTI: eV MEAT ".' :'

fun. a 1i limit, 1 with $,... or mere purchase .../. cigarettes.1lB. e

7 'Applicants 'potV POT PIES ctW 'I :

InterviewedFor S !

$1 58
CD Post I8.oz.

Bradford County Commissioners .
Interviewed seven applicants PIIS "
: for the Job of county "
civil defense director In t ?
a special
session last Thursday ..
night, but made no decision Jo,. '
In the matter.
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'County Clerk C. 'S.. Brown I EX.--R i EX.TRA. :iRJ i ATi3J i ::

hid that after the commissioners I 4X... .GREEN. STAMPS. ;, I I ,4'J GREEN STAMPS..... I I d'+t GREEN STAMPS ; I d7t GREEN. STAMPS. ; I I JM. GREEN STAMPS j.J ,: ,'
make a recommendation M w. M MN .M*MJMN- "'IN WWMM MbMM-- nrw M.W1.MM Hhl.ll MM MM.M.U C..MM P %I1M OOI M. .y .ll MM mftf tf ,
. possibly another week 11"
:i i. CRACKIN' GOODSnacks ANY .'
' the final decision will have 1 I 1 ANY DCONInt.cticid. PARMS +
to be approved by the State S Candy ,, Vivid Na p kidf = Pimento Chc.s. "
Civil Defense Director. AL' GOOD THRU NOV. I t Sttl 0000 THRU NOV I INo. tf' GOOD THRU NOV. 1, i GOOD THRU NOV. 1No. i ::bi: 0000 THRU NOV. I "i
\ The vacancy occurred when !L_. : NO I .f T.V.,...t ...-..... 7 > ,., u.?,?, L No.1. Nol.. T .J.C41.IWM M.M ::t, I
Frank Williams former County -

campaign.: CD director for a seat resigned la the to bri.d7. iTttiii EX..R.lt.! I ER EX..R EXTR j ;4 3:

House olR'9I'IMlltatlft..SI'ICI:' ( ,GREEN, STAMPS' 4X.. GREEN STAMP 'dv( GREEN STAMPS.. I ( 4'Jt....! GREEN STAMPS. ; I I ..4'11. GREEN STAMPS i 4
thattime.. Mrs. Virginia Darby NM r Iw M 111.1 .11 M m NNwN MHHII MM riuiinS1S. J MTW Mrr.M./l.rl M M< MM 1 .MN.I.W11N1.M rNINw wn__w F nNy_ ,J
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employe of the clerk's SOUTHlo.kb.rry. 1LB PKO. FOUR 5. PKOS. : y,
an .hah been LORETTO M'AT BAL>S 4Spagh.tti W-D BRAND Apple er Peach MORTON IN-A BASKETChicken PRESZEROUEENBailin : 4.
office, serving as
director.Tb t Beef Patti.s 1 Cobbler Bag! Items :
acting I'" .
't" ,11w .M 3 .
Job carries a starting GOOD THRU NOV. t GOOD THRU NOV. t' GOOD THRU NOV. I GOOD THRU NOV. r 0000 THRU NOV. ,
NO. O ./ MM.1. .WIVMWItt ; No. 7.w1NN..M. ; No. 8 1 Q .
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:r': Keystone" tes or Phone 47S-4648: 473-4907; *1:..-:0"".;{:": : '.1

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KEYSTONE PTA I Mrs. Mordent Introduced her ';

The Keystone PTA met October friend, Sue Yates, who demonstrated ry, I I ffi"'
IB with city; policemanJim \the construction of several ,
Rye presenting the program kinds of Christmas v iM ,
on the safety patrol. Wreaths and other Yule decor- : t: : '

School Board member Dick ations. a __
Lovorn discussed Amendment Refreshments were served ., .
4 which will appear on' the by ,the hostesses, Jean Mel- i A"
November 7 ballot If this amendment rick and Fran Able. 4 g M
pu.... It will enable Anyone wishing to know more 4 '
the disbursement of funds .v bout the Parish Suppers may 1 .r'

for the building of new schools. call Ilka Paredes, 473-4412. ; t hf+h
Lovorn said this will not raise Fran Abies, 473-3492; or Rose a f
or create any local or state 1 Neal, 4751029.

taxes. This money will be subsidized ti,
by motor vehicle registration YOUNG PEOPLES GROUP .
fees. Lovorn also said The Young People's group of
that we must Inform the pub-, the Community Church which k."u ._
lie to vote "yes" on Amendment meets every Sunday night In
4.RECEPTION. the Educational Building at 7
p.m., enjoyed a Luau on October
HELD 21 at the home of their "
FOR MR. & MRS. HESS leaders, Mr, and Mrs. Greg )i..f..ay
Mrs. Emily lion and Jacob Henderson. -

Leroy Hess were married on A.xy young people wishing to
Oct. 14 In the Community Bund.Amold'Engagement Join this group are welcome.
Church Keystone( Heights with For more Information, contact
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Adams Mrs. Henderson or the church __ _
attending the bride and groom. office.
A small reception was given
and Charles N.
Mr. Mrs
for the bride and groom following CHURCHWOMEN::
the wedding at the Postmaster Bunds Jr. of Tullahoma, Term The general meeting of thewomen'
Village Clubhouse with announce the engagement orth.lr organisation. of the
traditional cake daughter Lana Marie, to held
the wedding Community Church will be
and punch served.. Dwight It. Arnold' Jr., son of on November G at 7:30 pjn.' ,
Serving and assisting on this Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Arnold, Please note that this Is an
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Sr. of Keystone Heights. evening :meeting
Wesley Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Miss Bunds attended the University Rev M. E. Drake will conduct
Mike Falkel. Mr. and Mrs.Nick Tennessee and Is cur- an Interesting program
Schweyen Mr. and Mrs. rently a senior In sociology at presenting his beautiful birds

Clifford ,Elder, and Mr., and the University of Florida. She carved from wood and hand
Mrs. Merrill Sargent. Is an active member of the painted. Mr. Drake will be the
Alpha Chi Omega sorority and minister In the new Church: of Work To Start Soon On Branch
DUPLICATE BRIDGEWinners .: Air Force Angel" Flight and I.a Is God being built on Route 21
little sister for the Chi Phi
and scores of the between Keystone and Melrose.
duplicate bridge game played fraternity: Everyone Is urxed) t) attend Mr. Arnold served fouryears Of Starke First FederalPictured
Tuesday Oct. 17. were: First and bring a friend to shareIn
Mary Cook and Mrs. W. J, In InDecemberfromSt.JohnsCommunity this unusual program.
Grolick with 52 points; Second uate '

Mrs. Gay Livingston and continue his College.education He In will the PERSONALS!: above Is architect vard at 5)'lvanVa.)' In Keystone the next three or four weeks be erected In front of the buildIng equipment) and will be dedicated .-
Mrs. Kay Starnes 49-1/2 Mrs. Ralph Naples enter Don. Morgan's rendering of the, which for convenience
; of Business at the University Heights. on the all-new facility the the to the promotion of thrift
Third Mrs. A. V.' Bannister College of Florida. tained with a coffee In her home new branch of First Federal B.F. Mlzell Jr., First Federal will be of brick construction public. and home ownership In the Key- I
and Mrs. C. W. Hardy, 43; Plans being made for on Lake Geneva, Monday Savings & Loan' Association to president, says that construction in a contemporary design. A Mr.: Mizctl said that the stone area.
and Fourth'' Mrs. II, T. Dent June wedding are a Oct. 23, Introducing Bud Fleu- be located on Lawrence Boule- should begin within tlme-and-temperature sign will branch will have the latest In
and Mrs. Frank Melrick chaus. Republican
45-1/2. for Congress HalloweenParade
i Mrs. Alex Cardenas has returned Plan FHA Elects New, Officers
LADIES GOLF ASSN. Putting has been terrific these ;home from :a month's C lay Democrats ,

The ladles are in their second past two weeks at the Keystone visit with her son, diughter-: The Future Homemokers: of jests, such as sewing electricity Set
week of team play with Golf Club, on Ladles Day'. On In-law and new grandson, In Free Barbecue, Oct. 28 America held an organizational animals gardening
.September 12, Thotm.i V' ilaco For Oct. 28The
around 20 playing every Thurs- Spocane Wish. meeting October II with the, horsemanship !and in.iny other
day morning. and ,Lucille Starnes tied with Bruce MC.R.-M is Improving following officers elected: worthwhile activities. Group
With two rounds played, two 31; second was Mao: Henderson greatly and the news .s that Congressman Bill Chappell Howard and Frank Williams, projects were also discussed
teams are rUed wIth 12 under mid Evelyn;: Hclse with 32. he'll be able to como home :or Invites everyone in Clay County candidate for the, House of Representatives .tackle Downie President; such as ecology, helping, 1 people ghosts and goblins will
par. The first team includes September 19, the putters Christmas If his !improvement to meet him and his fellow Hist. 25. IXulta Sparkm.in, vice president get to the polls:! to vote cleanup ( line up October 28 at 4 p.m.
Mae Henderson. Kitty; MarUn, wore red hot with Vo.ita Aikenputting continues. Democratic candidates at a Homemade potato salad and I Karen Hrunson, secretary certain uieas of Die town in front of the Keystone Volunteer
Zoo Tolles and Vlrgiiiia Corey with 25. Vorcll: Ketch .free barbecue dinner sponsored ; and conservation. !ire Department for the
baked beans will be served Karen Stanley, treasurer;
tying at 132. with l Fron, Chesslngton 29. and Su Dwyer a.1 d Virginia Mr. and Mrt: Dick Durban by the ,Clay County Democratic with the barbecue. and ;Terry Clare, reporter. panddOW:1! : Lawrence Blvd. to
Kathy Itedfearn, Mlr- Cory !lying ,with I 33 putts] and children have returned from Executive Committeefrom Issues of great Importanceto Many social activities such as the carnhalItl'OundllIn the. city
lam Cantrell and Mildred Sut- a weekend trip to Maco.j, Ga. 1:30: to 4 p.m. Saturday, Clay Count voters will bedlscus.ed. Plans were made to attend cookouts camping: and other park. 'Hie 1 parade will begin
ton. SAINT WILLIAM'S where they visited the child Oct. 28 at Reynolds IndustrialraParkeGreen.CovevSprings the District HI meeting at the group activities were dlscus-. promptly at 4:30: so don't be
their heels at nine ",.:rAH SOCIETY:: ren's great -, grandmother. : White ; School In Jacksonville Hcd lute. .
Hlght on .., Fd: Jiigh .
under par Are Voncll! Keteh; SWtAVKUajn's.' 'Altar*Society Wulle*,thoro ages\ 9 Mrs.JUrd'&lJenderson; chair
j' Lola Walker Thelma Wallace: mer'Mbiitlay 'morning 'Ocv. Ie, Crossing Craftsman .17 through.Green'-Cove and turn our friend gsstlons wars! made, for pro-\ thl'ougn,19&r.urjc4. !tojoin this ninnfcot"t activities, asks that. ,.
T and Hernlce \;01'8)Uld; \ Vesta for their regular moathlymoBh Fair which was founded by Mar- "' east on Highway 16. afternoon'*and' !bring? I load& or graiiis throu\ >L.\nrlI, 1 197&: J line ol'ganlza..lon.. i lu mere in- contaitants: not disperse their
Aiken, Evelyn: lIet... l.ou Tim ..II1'1.11" .? ". '- tha's, greit-great-gKat-gra.id- -Among the Democratic ciuidl- ,:'chairm.ui neighbor, of sis;tile Cinann com Mrs Hick UirlMfi1! encouraged fonnaUon on meeting time and Hues as they: enter the park "
mine, and due to the Illnessof were made' for a Parish father They reported a grand dates who will also be there to mittee.: : county the young people to get place cont.1ctIrs.l: Dick Durbin, but to .l proceed onto the plat-

their fourth Dotty; Parks, Covered )ash Supper to time. greet voters will be Sen. \\el- started on individual pro 473-33G2. (Con't. To N." Page)
tills team Is using the be held on Sundv: Oct. 2)!), at Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garner born Commissioners :
scoreof Daniel Count
Thelma Wallactf; "fea their 4 p.m.: at the Church nuiex. have returned from a trip to Homer Newell: und Olin __ _,_ K'K _ __ _ __. -- -- -- -- _- -
handicaps are the ime. Hefty, MorJtente showed, the Corpus Christi 0.1 October 11 - --
30 ladies present how she had: through 13, whore Tom :attended -
Bringing up the rear with 5 male the Advent Wreath she the Gulf Coast Society, of KeystoneLibrary
1 under par are Martha 'lives displayed.; She also distributed Geologist Convention. Tom I.a is NewsWhen
Kern Garber Su l Dwyer and literature oil\ the Advent research aiioclatefor! the Du-

Lucille Starnes. Wroatli.. Pont! Company and Is presidentof was the last time you
Southeastern ;
visited the Keystone !Heights library -
.. M I.... Garner enjoyed ?
of I.arado. and a trip
t tour
Friendly place to over the border to Mexico/ which If you're looking for some
good reading, why not look oversome
was planted rot the ladles attending -
of the new books they
dIe convention with their'
grow money husbands.Co' have there?
Eric Ambler's "The Levanter -
and Mrs Ed Tlmmlns "
last Fridaynight ,
entertained Hortense Callsher: "Her
with a party before going onto "
the Wum.tn's Club Cedar Key self.
Richard Forsyth: "The Odessa NOTICe !
Fish Fr)'. I understand that File"
I the supper was very good::! ande'el''ol18
Faith Baldwin: "The American .
I had a great time. "

The Tom Teamsters have returned North; Family Lofts: "Out of The To All Voters Of Clay County
h "aDV from a trip to Tennessee Dark" '
where they attended a semi
Emile Loring: "The ShinIng -
nar at the Inherslty of the '\'.ar.." WE CALL TO YOUR ATTENTION THE STATE AND LOCALS
While Tom
South there had ,
R.M. Delderfleld: "T) Serve
the opportunity to meet and talk "
Da ..
Them My
with Ervin T. Holms, author ofmany )
Frank ; "Con.ventlonI. -
known Dr. Slaughter: DEMOCRATSWHO
books one being : .D."
the "Future Shape of the Mini
Victoria Holts "On The Night
stry" and ;also George Alexander -
of The Seventh Moon"Atao
lsbop..electofthe Dioceseof a new reference work SEEK OFFICE IN OUR COUNTY
upper South Carolina. "Occupational Outlook Hand-
t :Mr. and :Mrs Roy Bridges book 1972-73," which describes
have returned from a trip to the qualifications for Jobs and
their cabin In North'; Carolina. occupations and tells what the
The ten days they were there demand will be for them In the
they enjoyed the company of 19'J's.

Rely on u* for friendly help| courteous Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Huston fora
few days, and :Mr, a.id,Mrs. ,
service when w welcome to our A.S. Leath as overnight guests.
you And Ask You To Consider Their Fine RecordsIN
Also visits from their nlces from Philadelphia last Thursday

family of ,Savings Account Depositors., and nephews. for a four-day visit with
Sympathy Is extended to the us.e have enjoyed showinghim ALPHABETICAL ORDER THEY ARE:
family of :Mrs T.W. Baker the sights of Keystone and ,
Rely on our libvral ;n,,'''''' who passed away October 18 surrounding areas, hoping he'll
after a long Illness. She was get the sand In his shoes and
rates lo keep your money grott* Interred In the :Melrose Cemetery move to Florida In the near '

inf fiuli'r.; with a small. family rav..- future. We had a night out In : J ,:: CONG., BILL CHAPPELL SEN. GERALD (JERRY) LEWIS
fide ceremony:, Gainesville took a trip to Cedar i / .w
Mrs Hill Brannon and Key, and enjoyed dinner at :t.I'(T FOR U.S. CONGRESS FLA. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION .
KEYSTONE STATE BANK children enjoyed a weekend In the Sea Turtle In Jacksonville "s 7

Birmingham where they attended on Sunday ', '
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Bobby's homecoming! at his Mrs.: Barbara Redfearn entertained ,'
former school. Sunday with a covered "
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly :My family nan had a busy dish picnic for family! and SEN. WELBORN DANIEL ./ /t; COUNTY COMMISSIONER
weekend. :My husbands bro close friends. Everyone enjoyed
Community ther.. Arthur Wharton. arrived the occasion ST'TE SENATE llth .ji HOMER NEWELL

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: Ba Sure To Vets For These CLAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN. Commissioners:

r; Paul C. Stadler l (USN Rat) C and Mat* From District No. I. He Is, In Favor \ '. ON NOVEMBER 7th

Of A Sound, Comprehensive Plan For Property Use And Environmental Control. Pv I cs4@ ,

William Rosette Candidate From District No. 3. He Seeks To Establish A Political .... Paid Far By 1 .

County Recreation Department Under The County Commission. Clay County Democratic Executive Com.I" .

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Plan ForJunior I' News Wrc"'l 'iI UYONE' :MII.IOSE' !

Day By Helen
k t By Gary Wheeler l'U5INESS DIIECTOI.J

The Keystone Heights Junior MELROSE AARP rose Woman's Club win hold Lavon Alvares and family at

Woman's Club met Thursday, The Melrose Community; Its November luncheon and! Orlando] were visiting the O.K.
Oct. 12. at the clubhouse. Guest Chapter of AARP met on Oct. meeting on Wednesday Nov. 1. Alvarez family; recently.; FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES IIARDW ARE'Ci\RDEN;
speaker Charles McClavewho at 12 noon at the club lIOII.e in Bits
19 at the Episcopal Church par Buddy Dyal,agraduateof ;
presented an Interesting' lab house. Melrose. came home on ware last week- SLIIs11e HARDWARE
program on the Keystone New member were Alvin and With Thanksgiving coming; onto end from Fort MX. N.J. wherehe && 2 .1).tn.J.te""U ,
23rd, many organisations Is stationed In U.S. V AN96ARBCN
Lois Thompson. Vincent and the Army.
Heights Volunteer Fire Department -
Fern Baker James will chang thetrm.etingdaba, The Mission Banquet at the Fish StuffLive
In connection with and Liberty; such as the Homemakers Club ; CENTO!
Pine Level Baptist Church add
Plummer Mrs. Kay Campbell
Fire Prevention Week.
ana Mrs. Amy HIIUna. both of of Melrose which usually meets ed highlights to their third annual BaitCrickHsShinnersWorms A complete line of Hdw.
Keystone Heights Mrs.Janice on tho fourth Thursdays also Mission Conference .., ..
The members discussed plans ; of Fellowship
Game Day
Wilkinson the Countries around the world \1'rc.' .
and Mrs. Mauel Cod-
for their annual Halloween Par Minnows
Democratic Nominees
Club the fourth
meeting on
win of Hawthorne were HRtecI by display Electrical Supp.
ty to be held at their ; also Mrs. It Plumbing & : :
Thursday afterno probably fore TACKLE'RODSREELSPISHING
Training lone E. Austln end Walter H. and foods that set the
cottage at Sunland will be the 30th.PERSONALS Rro-Tone; FertilizersInsecticides
Center In GainesvilleThe Honored ReceptionPictured Mural attended for the first atmosphere for an outstanding < & HUNTING
time. conference. Attendance at the LICENSES AMMUNITION '

group also discussed final at a reception given Around 400 persons called to Prior to the lunch meetIng A cordial welcome Is extend- Sunday service reached 215. ICE Hwy 21 N. 200 yds From .i

preparations for Junior Day for Democratic nominees In the meet the candidates between the the Crawford ad to Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Sun- Halloween parties set for mil ;Key stop. Hots. 4734357 Light
which they will host on Novem- Keystone Heights Masonic hall hour of 3.to 5. Mrs. JudyCunningham reported that the Melrose deen who, while visiting In the 'week In the community Include Keystone HQ',. 4733663TELEVISIONAIR d
ber 8. Junior Day Is held Chapter had 181 enrollees, and FURNITVN .GlFTS ,
last Saturday afternoon are, of Keystone Keystone area with Mr. and anHayride
for those grades
of the clubs with 17 added at thismeeting
annually atone from left: Heights was chairman of ar- Mrs. George Crago of Nelson's of : : COM!) -;
2-5: will begin at the home
In each district. They antici- nominee for the total Is Just under .
Frank Williams, rangements.
Point, found Keystone so attractive Lake
Mrs. Marie Thornton on Road Geneva
pate around 60 guests. for the 200 mark.
House of Keprosenta- TV Service
Florida Center
that they purchased a
the.day.. Mrs. Lynn TenEyck. ChaIrman 229W on Oct. 27 from 7:30: to
lives, Dlst. 25; Floyd Gnann, lovely new home on W. Lake- 9:30
for the Interest FurnitureGift
Guests attending the meeting chairman Clay County Committee; Democratic vited Mrs.James Passwater Kt'OUIin to- view home Blvd.. across built from Mr..new A Pumpkin pjn. Party for children Quasar i.TV
Truman Dickinson Executive ; Halloween being by and 2 lit Grade
Mrs. through
included ,
U.S. display some of her ceramic age & Candle Shop
William Mrs. Hill Brarmon of
Robert Clover and Rep. Chappell. Birmingham the Pine Level STERO
Mrs. IsomerNewell work, and Mrs. Jim Zawarka will be held at
David Tort. Congress; A.EAnthony; Ala., and Church on Oct.: 28, 2 to 4 pjn. CAR AND PORTABLE
Mrs. Clay (From Preceding ) displayed her new arts and i
Commiasloner Page of Mr. and Mrs.
County; daughter RoyBridges.
For further Information about which For the teens of Bradford E\QCISII'E: (KIFTSFurniture ;
Mur- crafts wares, Interestedmany TAPE DECKSCOMMERCIAL :
Wst. 1 Richard Mrl.Sundeen and Mrl.
Woman's Club, con- ; Oct. 28 at 7:30 .
the Junior folks. From those who County; on : pjn.
tact Mrs. Pat Bennett, Vice rhee; and Olin Howard. Clay form provided !for the Judging. signed up for either or both Crago have been friends for along "Wild Man Has Returned' will For Every ANDRESIDENTIAL
County Commissioner Dlst. The contestants will be put time and had not seen each
President 473-3385. of the crafts,arrangements will meet at the Wlnn-Dbd parking To
3. Into groups according to age other for 20 years. tie Purse
and a prize given In each: cato- be made through Mrs. TenEyck Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. lot and then proceed: to the See Our Candle display AIR CONDITIONING
a.mjuuuun.t.1 a a t gjuu. JUUUU.M :J gory. This year there will also to form a group. Creecy of Atlanta Ga.-and Mr. scariest ,woods this side of S\I.KS: .. SERMCKitKYSTONK :
It was nice to have Mrs.Ethel Transylvania There Is no Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva
FAST FRIENDLY FUEL OIL SERVICE be a "Theme Group" which and Mrs. Mahone Tamil of
Halloween : ( IIKIGHTS-: (;
will consist of two or more Welch of Waldo" a director of Norfolk Va made an Interim charge for any of these 1 Mi. Eosf of Keystone H"t. I ,
PHONE : people. The costumes will the chapter' and also president stop to visit Mr. and Mrs. activities. '47W65I 1
REGISTER be Judged on craftsmanship and of the Aachua County; Homemakers -, George Colgln on their way to REAL EST'tTFRkhurd HOHII.H HOME: I
96 .5888 Council who had been
originality.The Disney World. Mrs. Creecyand
GU ;
OIL CO. Keystone PTA has many ill for several weeks. Mrs. Colgln are sisters. WISH I'D SAID T. Lovorn Want to sell your :Mobile e
Sforke Florida Perry May, chairman for the
booths, games turkeyshoots Home?? If you have a buyer
bus transportation and visit to TIME. TIME THAT ;Mobile Homo Brokers will
and activities planned for the Re Real) Estate Broker
Gulf Fuel Oil Service Is SUM Available To All Mr. enjoyment of the young and old, Disney World on Nor. 10, announced Don't forget' to set your clock arrange ALL, financing and
October that 52 persona had back hour this Saturday Insurance details for a bro-
Cummlnghom's Customers In Th. Keystone Heights so we'll see you 28. one
Area. Call Today And Make Arrangements To Have signed up for the trip.Following night, so you will not be too LAKE PROPERTII kerage fee of Itfeof the selling
Your Tank the luncheon Richard early but will arrive at churchat : price. For more informationcall
Filled. Us. Gulf Credit Card Or
Your Lovorn, school board member RESIDENTIALBUSINESSACREAGE =<
the correct time Sunday. -
Master Charge Card. We Give S & H Green StampsOn Maybe If the pollution gets for the Keystone Heights on "It has been finally proven, '. MOBILE HOME BROKERSRT.

Fuel Oil Purchases. five any. op worse and,set we abort should cresting,set district spoke on proposed COMMUNITY CHURCH a few million times, that It is APPRAISALS 1 BOX 350 J .
constitutional Amendment
No 4
6 harder to one's mouth
Starting Sunday, only keep
some tart ef syathetk water. which will be voted on In No one wofiMp service will beheld closed than open."-JosephM. Keystone Hgts. 473-3254 MELROSE, FLORIDA 32666

vember. Mr. Lovorn said that -- at 11 a.m., with Sunday Shaw, Jr., Centra (Ala.) PHONE 475-1751
approval of the amendment Edna Knepper Assoc.
School for all age groups at County Herald. ;
WOUM enanie the construction
the usual Urn, 9:40.: A nur- 473-4111
school buildings, and allow
KEYSTONE MERCHANTS expansion of school facilities to sery Is provided for Infants
and small children In the edu- of life's briefest' A
keep up with growth of the state. "One moments Martha Durbin, ""c..
He said the proposal was properly catlonall building daring the is the time between 473-3362 LEONARD'SOUTOARD

phrased so there will be church services. reading the sign on the freeway -,
OUR{ ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE IN KEYSTONE no Increase In taxes. The church November ha officially as Stewardship designated and realizing you just BEAUTY SHOP

HEIGHTS AND AREA 2 Mrs. Vogh, chairman of the Month. Special events will missed the oft'-ramp-Donald SHOP
be outlined !by letter to members Weaver Winnebago Nell'sBeau.ey
UNTIL NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE MERCHANTS.HE spoke on the various Insurance of the congregation/ designed (Minn.) Enterprise.S.E. .
offered national. She
CAN ASSIST YOU AT ANY OTHER TIME YOU WISH. BUT IN plans also laid there by Is a consider- to mnke November a Style Shop"For
month of Thanksgiving.
AN ATTEMPT TO SAVE TIME AND GIVE THE MERCHANTS UNTIL able savings in purchasing Sympathy is extended to the .
THE LAST MINUTE TO GET THEIR SPECIALS FOR THE WEEKEND macy drugs In from St. Petersburg.The the AARP. phar- Tracy Baker Sr.family of Lake MCKAY: Johnson Motors
Geneva the death of their lo"eller.au'" ,
on REALTORKe.tone
READY WE FEEL THAT TUESDAY AFTERNOON WILL WORK Nominating Committee, devoted wife and mother on SALES & SERVICE '
with Donald McRae chair-
BETTER "FOR ALL CONCERNED man, recommended that since October 18. ritt. 473-4816 Phone 475.2211 ** lit* ::
GLASTRON this chapter was Just organized
In April 1972 and all officers HOMES ACREAGES Between ., CHECKMATE BOATS 1 J
OUR NEWS COVERAGE.AND; ( CIRCULATION REACHED.THE were acting off ciera until the Essential'\. RENTALS Heights -"*?, *****' S1"" "j
I POINT WHERK'MERCHANTS:' : ARErGEl"nNC'GOOD.RESULTS' FROM December meeting that the entire at,''J ., '0!;'; 1.2JdJoHJ'.OCi'l109SiaNO': : :: > : and.Metre's. JX'Xll'IV I Keystone! ,, Heights! :Fla.ay j

THEIR ADVERTISEMENT.. WE INVITE YOUR INQUIRIES!! ;,.1\ .. of service.slate be The given following a full were year For Dog's HealthThere's M..JIPI"h.\.n! .HJ"*-7.72 N.,.b i ,

then elected by unanimous vote: I aCa h .c((! "4iV2J. ., .
President, R.F. Simmons; Vice no doubt that dogs love 473-40
PHONE 9641-6305 President, Murray Slpprell;Secretary fat but Is fat good for dogs?
Edward Longneckeri Fat Is not only good for dogs..
Treasurer Mrs. Christine declares the Gaines Dog Research ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Crawford. Directors: t Wadle Center, it Is essential. But dog, .
Carter C.D. Gum 1<.W. Revels need just the right amount of fa I
kB. Perry, Mm. Ethel -and the, right kind. I
Welch of Waldo and Mri. Helen Many breeders and owner
Egan of Keystone. automatically supplement the
fi ?dogs'' diet with fat without under
Let's ORGANIZATIONALMT.tSTTVG : standing 'the role it plays in ca
KeepOLIN : !: SCHEDULED nine nutrition. Fats are importan

Agroup of members. and newcomers because they supply the gly
}belonging to or wishIng cerides and the calories,! needec
. to Join a group of folks 55 for the proper utilization of protein .

S. HOW ARD' Jr. years Or over are cordially acids and they supply the fatty 'HE !
Invited to the second meeting so important for health
skin and
a gleaming coat. Fall
on Friday, Oct. 27, at 1:30: p.m.
In the Community; Church edu- also aid absorption and transpor I r
cational building. Through the iation of the fat soluble vitamins C CHECKING
Clay County courtesy of the church official A.D.EandK.
Fat in dog foods is of animal '
boards, use of the building baa
been placed at our disposal origin such as lard or butterfat., J MY EXPENSE "T '
During these three months of and of vegetable origin such as C 4w
District IDewcrat trial meetings sufficient Interest -' corn oil or soybean oil. While
Is shown, a permanent animal fats have an attractive
,, organization will be formed. aroma and high appetite appeal
After the social hour, refreshments vegetable fats are higher In fatty
acids for a glossy coat and a .dis
Working for You! will be served by Mrs.
Roche and Mrs. Reaves, who' ease.resistant skin. t tt tt
volunteered last meeting. Although it's important that a
At this meeting, another date dog have fat in his diet over-eup7
for the third me.tngwilbear- plementation can be dangerous
For Recreation Program A dog eats primarily to satisfy t
his caloric requirements. so a diet
ranged. It Is hoped ttts t

Per AH Of Cloy C mfy the finite first plan of will 1973.be Com re: has this with requirement a high fat level before may the satisfy dog :

will be arranged In order enough other vital nutrients.

... '_ *. those needing transportation maid ducts Complete produced and balanced pro. You'll Wear A Pleasant Smile !
S and odsrservlcutothose by reputable
who are sick or lonely. Mrs. manufacturers don't need supple

Available In Clay County 24 Hours Egan 473-4743 may for be reached further by information calling the mentation dog's normal because fat they requirements meet all When You Check Your Savings

and printed materials.ANNOUNCEMENT the Center points out. The Gaines
I soft-moist products for example Account At
Allay guarantee not less than 7 per cent :
'fat on an "as Is" basis-equal to !
FOR NOVEMBER 9.3per' cent on a "dry" basis. The

(Pd. Pal. Ad.. ) Mrs. Albert Bachmana pre-' J'National Research Council recommends FIRST FEDERAL
sid nt. announces that pe Mel- j basis. 5.5 per cent on a "dry"

I r The.Way Your'Account Grows "At Our Present High :

Re-elect aa' t Rates Will Please You. Enjoy The Satisfaction Of ;

Growing Savings At First Federal


P..book 6 MonthCertificates 1 Year 2 Year I'

Savings Certificates Ccrrtificahe
( ; 5% 5.25% 5.75% 6% .

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\j CLAY COUNTY 24'HOURS A DAY. ;, ::' .*, I,','(" .' tv' : FIRST FEDERAL !

''f. vssmw Savings and Loan Association of Starke i

4 The Man Who Helped tablih A County Recreation Program H1FF1TT-HOP-This youngartist's I MM.seer .
smock of pure cotton
sateen is rabbit-printed and '-'M'S-'' :: ... TfIIPHOMI U4.StHM! .....
'shouldered with ruffles. Designed is MTA* Horn. Of.s....., we W.-MAOUOH ST.
by Ruth of Carolina. ALSO COON. e..KITSTONIHII6MnJr. .
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"for when your trenuti Is, then oil your heir) w aka"" grateful appreciation the marlacts
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC of kindness
CHURCH OF JESUS rendered to
School 9:45: 10 CHURCH MACCLENNY OF. LATTER DAY SAINTS Dean A. Brown Mrs. Edwards us during our bereavement
; Sunday School a.m. Morn Your
Sunday, Mass
12 prayers, visits,
: flower
noon. Holy M04
Morning Worship at 11; Youth lag Worship II Training Union E. Bessent Road
m I ; Day Mass, 5:30: and food The Emma Harris
p.m. Family Home Services Held
Choir Rehearsal epm.;UMYF 7t Evening Worship 8. Wednesday Evening-Mon Services To Be family.
Snack supper and meetings Prayer Mating 7:30.: day.
8 pm.Ma. R.v.Leon T. Odom Jr..pas FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Primary-! Tuesday 4:30: p.m. At OlusteeFuneral Held Thursday
: PLANTS dN -UMYF will go trick- tor. Sunday Service Sunday School WednesdayRelief, Society, CARD OF THANKS
for UNICEF, 7 7:30.: Our recent sad lost leave
.89 or-treating pm 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, services for Dean
PKG.25 Wednesday-Children's Choir CONGREGATIONAL 10:45: ajn. Even1lwServlc.,7:15: Thursday Sunday- Priesthood M.I.A. 7:30: pjn. Alan Brown, 23, were held Saturday Mrs, Lottie N. Edwards. 70. us with grateful hearts toward
Rehearsal 1-5. In Fellowship LAWTEY ,8:30 ajn. and friends for U-
grades of neighbors
Youth Brooker Tuesday morn-
pun. Group Mating Sun Sunday Oct. 21. at 4 p.m. at
Hall :3k( Mld-Week HOLINESS CHURCH School 10:30: a.m. Evening act of beautl-
: kindness
day 6:30: p.m. the graveside In Olustee Cemetery Ing In Alachua General Hospital many
: PANSIES COLORS .Prayer Crap 7:30:; ; Chancel Sunday School >9:45: ajn.; -J.C. Brown, minister Jesse Meeting 6 pjn.Sacrement. In Union County with Rev.W. after a sudden Illness. ful flowers and gift of food
Choir Rehearsal 7:30.Saturday'UMYF: Morning Worship Ua.m. Youth .D. Branson, Branch J, Thornton Interment expressed during our bereavement
i TO CHOOSE FROM Flea Mar- Service 8 p.m.,Evening ,Worship President. officiating. -
under the direct-
EVERGREEN BAPTIST was A native and lUelong resident
ket, corner Madison and Walnut 7 p.m. We especially; want to thank
Ion of Funeral
1 CARNATIONCALENDULA Streets, 8'am. to 6 p.m. Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: CHURCH: DEDAN BAPTIST Lake Butler. Home. of Bradford County; she the Baker County; Nursing
Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng CHURCH was the daughter of the late
Rev. George l>. Harper pun. Home, Brother James Shaw of
- Pastor -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday BROOKER Mr. Brown died Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. (Tobe) the Hampton Christian Church
Sunday School 10 Wor- Oct. 18, In Gainesville. H* wasa
night Service at 6:30.: a.m. Norman. She was a member
and Bro. J. C. Brown of the
MIXED Wednesday night prayer ship..Services. 11 a.m. and 7 native of St. Petersburg and of the Brooker Baptist Church. Starke Christian Church.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEW;: RIVER BAPTIST meeting at 7:30.: p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. had lived In the Earleton Community Their of
STARKE Cecil E. Crawford -Rev. Lacy Conway ; for the past eight expressions sympa-
Sunday School 1 10 .JSilornIng Sr. Pas pastor
Surviving are one daughter thy have been deeply appreciated
Sunday-Sunday School, -9:45 tor. months coming there from
Strawberry Worship 11 ajn. Training Mrs. Marie Baker Salt Lake and will always be re-
'a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 Union 7 pun. :JveningWonhlp"!: SMYRNA MISSIONARY Lake Ho was a veteranof
I o'clock. Sermon: "Cisterns or 8 the Vietnam conflict, anda City; Utah; two son, Ernest memberedThe: family of
Fountains?" Boll P.m. Wednesday Night ser- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH member the Church. Edwards, Brooker; and Har- Mrs. Pency Adklns.
Ringers Baptist
25 ; vice 7:30: 633 W. Pratt
PKG. .89 pjn. Everyone wel- CHURCH St. Sunday Services Edwards Jacksonville;
A ry
Group 5:15: p.m.; Church Surviving are his wife Mrs.
come. Intersection of Highways 16 : Sunday School, 10 a.m.' three brothers, F. M. NormanJr.
Training, 8:15 Evening Worship Toni Brown, Ga.
: Augusta, one
; Jim Countryman North! ) Preaching, 11 ; .
and UnIon
pastor 225. Rev. Wayne a.m.Training ., and Russell Norman both .5
at 7:30: p.m. Youth Choir son, Dean Alan, Jr.; his parents .
will present Musical: "LOVE" Well., pastor. 5:45 p.m. Evening Worship Mr. and Mrs.''Frank of Starke; and Clevy Norman
CABBAGE Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Tallahassee two sisters, Mrs.
Monday-Bell Ringers Group of Starke brother ;
;PINE LEVEL BAPTIST Service at 11. -Wlbur Dyess, Pastor ; one .theOftttV//Wl, :
Evening Service In.ton
Gary Mattle Ellis, Worth .-
B, 6 Youth Choir Practice Brown, Baldwin
p.m.; one
COLLARD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:30: ; Springs, and Mrs. Cara- J J...
7 p.m. Worship 11 a.m.Pre :Ser- sister, Mrs. Gail Payne For :1. \,
: P.m. Fort Pierce fyY'a: "Lcz.
TuesdY-Young, Musicians: verces Booster Band Young' HAMPTON' CHRISTIAN est Vllle, Md.; his paternal belle Green ; seven -
-i iml Music Makers Choirs, 3:30: People, and Prayer Service), CHURCH grandmother Mrs. Iva Brown, grandchildren and two '
; 50 PKG. 39 p.m.; G. A. Boll Ringers Group 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. JORDAN MISSIONARY Sunday. School 10 ajn. MornIng Providence; and maternal greatgrandchildren.Funeral l''
C, 4:15: p.m. Midweek,Service Wednesday BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Worship 11 a.m. Evening grandmother Mrs. Katherine
Wednesday-Acteens: 5 p.m.;' 7:30 pun. Rev John Strickland, 301 North behind Tar Worship 7-James Shaw pastor. Heuschkel, Starke. services will be \ \\2
held at 2 Thursday In the
ONION'SPAINISH Family Night Supper, 6 p.m.; Pastor.. tee Freez Drive In Sunday P.m.
Prayer Moetlng and R. A. MeetIng School 10 LAURA BAPTIST Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home ,.r7
a.m. Worship ,
CRYSTALWAX 6:30: y.m.i; Teachers and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning IN MEMORIUM chapel, Gainesville, with Rev.L. "It neem like. every timeyou're
MORGAN ROADB L. Parker officiating Interment -
Officers Meeting 7:15: p.m. Worship U a.m. Evening
; Service 7:30 Wednes about to catch with
\PTIST p.m. In loving of Marie will follow !In Dedan up
Church Choir Practice, 8 p.m. CHURCH ,day. Worship 7:30:: p.m. Midweek Bi memory "
James T. Brock, Pastor -Leroy Olive, pastor E.L. ble' Study Wednesday. 7:30: p. Forsyth who passed away Octo- Cemetery near Brooker. the Joneses they'rellnance.
ber 27, 1971. Your life was
Sunday School, 10
too Morning
Pkg. n.m. Grill
'.59 *, associate m.Be
; MADISON STREET Worship at 11. Training la church Sunday.. like a candle light: so pure,
Lester so brief, but, oh so bright.
Union 6:30 Austin, pastor.
With beams of love filled
; ONION SETS Sunday, October 29: Sunday 7:30.. 422 N. St. Clair St.?,Starke each heart, and made you It hard Thank
School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship Wodnesdiiy Prayer and Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD for us to part. We miss your
11; Church Training 6:15: ; Bible. Study 7:30: p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Ralford Road & Weldon St. voice, your sweet embrace,
lb..39RTE' W Mil Prayer Circle, 7:15: ;Eve- Rev. Bob Cooper, pastor, Evening 7 p.m. Youth Night Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- your precious smile, your angel You
. ning Worship, 7:30.: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening face. Our hearts are sad .
Monday--Youth Choir, 7 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting Friday, 7:30: pjn.Rev. 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30 but this we know when God
Tuesday--Bible Study, 10 -- M.E. Fussell, -Charles Thomas
.GRASS Sunday School !10 a.m. Morn- pastor. pastor called you had to go. God need-
'a.m.; Girls In Action, Acteens, Ing Worship Training Union ed you in heaven above, to On Behalf Of The Lockhart Family, I Wish\ To

r 'SEEDLb. 3:30:Wednesday p.m. Prayer Meeting 6:30. Evening Worship Pastor 7:30. AIRPARK Sunday School BAPTIST 10 a.m.CHURCH Morn teach He freed his your angels soul how, so to now love.it Express Our Sincere Appreciation For Your

.14 7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir Prac- Rev.Jim Black, Worship 11 am.!; Evening In the old days, men livedIn can rise to lead the angelsin Warm Friendship And Support-I! Am Truly HumbledBy
tice, 8:30: ; Mission. Friends, 7 p.m. Wednesday paradise. Family of Marie
'7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, apprehension of being Forsyth. Your Goodwill.
100 ib.1i.99DONA Thursday--Bible Study, 10 HAMPTON BAPTIST 7p.m. Young Peoples MeetIng -. fired out at least It founded
a.m., 7:30 p.m. CHURCH every Monday, 7 pjn. lets ominous than the current :
) > "' PentonSumrall, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- G.F. Prevatt,, pastor. Everyone -, threat of being terminated. TYPEWRITERS: Manuel or Many Have Asked Me Whether I.Will Support
ing Service II a.m.; Bible Study welcome. Electric. For sale or rent. Frank Williams In The Days Ahead. I Simply

i jFIRSTM'RESBYTERIAN.) ,.... 6:30 p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: UJI Bradford County; 'Telegraph.. .. Can Not.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. KINGSLEY LAKE ;
: STOOP Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth P.m.Wednesday Prayer. and BAPTIST CHURCH
Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Practice Bible Study 7:30: p.m. There Are Four Reasons Why I Cannot;
t Wednesday 8 p.m. Melvin Hamel, PastorCONGREGATIONAL School 10 Morn- Wild Man
Sunday a.m.
See Our New' I '::"- asd1h.HST. l.JJt'P' SI Ing Worship et Jl.Training?' on) iftnu eel" '"" tthp! : aoe.b ""lilY ,IJI"A p'" II 1.,1 1\Cannot. ?Support,,Anyone, .neagedJn The.
II 'Pecan'Pielcor a : .CHURCH MA 11 K'SERxcuefhdn, STARKE' C1lURCHSunday HOLINESS Wprshlp Union ,6:30Up.ni.7:30.:; .Prayer;}(Evening sMeet-<;<:M, "-:1r'1T t.'t fast a 1'I1'.>)nl":)!'on, .-yV vedmeueG. :, ..>. I ,;. ifj '';:n: I I (UCJ\(\ ,I ) 1 ll}Utr.! ,SS... J.et r,l!jJ!. WMf.I u.:q gad" I '

:: : ._...Uppers 'School 9:45: "a.m; ing--hey.; 7i30., pjn.t. 'Wednesday;.;. ... '''4'' '! ..... 4 In The Liquor Business : ;
S.C. Cuthbert
Holy F.ucharlst: 8:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. "
Sundays, and 11 a.m. on 1st and .Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. pastor. 2..I I Am A Family Man. Mr. Williams Is A
4.9L Thursday night Prayer Meet- '
3rd Sundays.
Bachelor. I Cannot Believe He UnderstandsThe
Morning Pra'er11 a.m., Ing 7:30 p.m.David .
2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays. lodges, Pastor BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Naeds0f( Those Who Have Families.
Church School -- 9:45 a.m. BROOKER, FLA.
CHURCH OF GOD Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun Has ReturnedAN
Sundays. EYC, 6 Sun-
3. The Is "
Legislature No
<< LAWTEY FLA. ,day School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol. Place To Send A
days..John M. Flynn, Rector. Schedule of service.: Sunday Superintendent. Training Union, Person Whose Only Qualification Is Work In
School 10 a.m. Morning Wor 6:45: Lowell Douglas DI-
ST.. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC ship at 11. Evangelistic Service rector. Worship Services 11 a. UNFORGETTABLE Civil Defense.
CHURCHSTARKE 6 pjn. YPE and Prayer m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser
Father James Cregan, pastor Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30 vice, 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, music 4. On Two Occasions Mr. Williams Publicly

,, Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday p.m.tor. .-. Rev.- Daisy Klght, pat- 1 director. HALLOWEEN t r Stated He Was For Open HousingLegislationI
Mass 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass,
1 i p.m. : EXPERIENCE -I Believe Every Man Should Be Able To Rent, .

Confessions -,, Saturday 6 A SOUTHERN Sell, Or Lease His Property To Whomever He

P.m.School of Relgion/ : CONSERVATIVE Pleases.
Grade School ,-. Sunday 11 TEENS ONLY
a.m. to 12 noon. yi
High School -. ,Sunday, 7p.m. CONCERNED
., SAT. OCT.: 28 .

: Nursery METHODIST! CHURCH p.m f-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Worship 11 Youth Ser jr "'i LOCKHART
: a.m.
SpecialALL vice 6. p.m. Evening Worship, alit as ....... fA..lit I I /

!. 7:30: pastor.p.m. Rev L.L.' Grlffls WIFE MOTHER h.ww 1111.. .L...aiw.. CY.rln xjl



Bible School, 10 a.m.tYor,

: ship Services, 11 a.m. and . nn.nnn.nnn..nwn.wnnnnn.enen..r .A..A. . .ftftA.ft. . . . ..
6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed-
1 FRUIT TREES nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible HOLLIDA .
.1 Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church
Pkgd. Or In Cans: located 18. one block west on SR SHORT ON CASH

20% OFF -J.P.H. Bell minister !

dCONKltLS BETHEL Sunday School BAPTIST 10 a.m.CHURCH MornIng FORCED BUSING FOR THE PURPOSE OF Collecting Rent Receipts

Worship 11 a.m. Evening

w RATS .Meeting Worship 7:30 7:30 p.m.p.m.Wednesday.Prayer ON SAVINGS SOCIALIZATIONTAX Can't Raise 10 % Down Payment

and MICE I JRev.: J.C. Saunders, pastor


Rats And Mic Now Morning Sunday Worship School, 11. 9:45 Training: a.m., REST ROOM FOR BOTH MEN &'WOMEN Sales Tax And Set Up *

Union 6:30: pm. Evening Service DRAFTING WOMEN FOR COMBAT DUTY
Th. Cold Will Drive 7:30. Midweek Prayer,
,f -Rev. L.; Tommy, Howe,''pester PAT is FOR

1 'Ib. M.ol. i BETHLEHEM'FREE Strong La*.Enforcsment; ((165 Days Brfort' 1st Bank Payment) ,
: 1 lb. Pallet WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Capital Punishment
, Cor. Ash l. Chestnut, Sunday Tough [Drug Laws .. SEE
= School 9:30 .
1.47 11; League;4 Morning pjn. Night Worship Ser Citizens Right To Protect Home .. .
vice 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams JOHN BROWN'SPRICE '

pastor. Prayer In School And GovernmentMore '

& Better Schools I
' CHURCH Faster Road Construction
It 1ST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Preserve Scenic Waterways By

, .. Worship Worship 7:30: 11 p.m.a.m.Wednesday Evening Long Range Planning & Zoning MOBILE HOME CENTERKEYSTONE
A CMIMICM M Everyone welcome. Save The Historic Capitol
GARDEN CENTER Rev. Robert HaUten. pastor

Schedule of Services CONSERVATIVE i V.'. HOLLIDAY ,
Open All Day Wednesday Sunday Bible Study 10 ajn.
Morning Worship 11 ajn. EvenIng On Hwy. 21 Just (forth! Of' Kiysfta Phia 473-3775
Worship 7 tun. Pd. Adv. By HoUld.f Campuen Commit.
All other evenlng-8 p.m. .iliHtiitttite t 11 111 11 i i i i t tt 111 i 111 i e esejLejLeej. _1 eee iit tte tt t i i ett i t t i see it t &

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r Improper Ue Of Pesticides 1

May Result In Fatalities I CLAIFIEEE. AQD

Spraying/ flowers shrub, the trash can Just before the material, call: ;your physician.If .
; have to to a doctor
They will you go
trash Is
tree s and lawns for diseases. label with nnm m__ ,
Insects,,, nematodes,etc.,ere all be disposed of in a sanitary land take the pesticide
of pesticides nil where they won't contaminate you. aerarsrr WATER FRONT MB*
common uses CALVES-Holsteln
will follow these
around the home grounds." Pesticides water or be contacted by everyone can be Holstein-Ilereford calves for FOR SALE h Your Bug
used Improperly can be people. basic: rules pesticides Don't let a tragedy CLASSIFIED AD RATESDeadline sale. Available 7 a.m.12 noon. OR SELLING? Os Crosby Lake and C:...,
safely. Yo
harmful to human beings peta, If you are particularly eenalUve Pesticides are tor Insertion MondayS 6:30: 7:30 pjn. Richardson's Late Canal. Carl M ist* Bugging
fish and wildlife. Used pro- to 11 chemical: stop using It. occur. and only you p. m. preceding Thursday Dairy 2 miles south of San CONTACT wide feet deep) Located OB
can benefit all of us. If you have headaches, nausea not playthings accidental pesticide before publication. derson on -229. tfchg State Road 100. 8 soils* Westof .
Children blurred vision or If you can prevent .
lead the list of victims or Stark. Fla. Ideal for weaUstt -
of pesticide: poisoning come In contact with a toxic poisonings.Engineered Minimum Charge 91.75 GEORGE ROBERTS cottage. tnoMla seine or
because adults use these (Covers[ 15 words) OVERNIGHT Cockroach Control
chemicals Indiscriminately and Each word ever 15, 84! 91.98Koch Drugs. 4tchg REAL ESTATE 'i as dart at tI.2g.. ,00, $200

do not follow the most elementary 10/26 eta and 95.00 month for M SERVICE IS NOW
precautions. All of us, the All Classified Ada must be PHONE 9617826 -' Ie I/I % staple ..... AVAILABLE IN STARKE
users must see to It that accidents paid .for' In advance unless EARL'S LAND Clearing-Disc ::
with pesticides: do not oc you have established account ing and Fill Dirt. Call after 421 W. MADISON ST. Call ....7711 8 seta. to ,
cur. We are responsible for with The Telegraph, In that ,.4 P.m. 533-2147. 4tp 11/2 .*....weekdays. (Ur Factory Trained VW
safo use of pesticides and all event W extra charge for Mechanics

of us should follow these sim- billing. Not responsible for STEVE'S STEAM Cleaning Ser Molar| And Minor RepairsOn
ple rules: errors when given over the vice. Home., trailer., autos, PUMPS $ SAVE S .
On. Day
All Make
-Read the pesticide label. phone or when copy Is not trucks, heavy equipment. AU
Bead it completely and follow u typed and brought to the of'rec. Phone 533-2702. 4tp NEW AND USED Service On Most Job
all directions exactly as a ..
written. Read the label every BUICK PONTIAC, ACE
time the pesticide Is used. Always PARTS
be aware of cautions suchas t CLASSIFIED DISPLAY SERVICE GMC TRUCKS 528 S. Walnut St.

"Keep out of the reach of SEWING A LITTLE RIDE CAN

children". If the label says to $L75 per Inch.. Deep and Shallow Wells SAVE YOU A LOT" Very nice In country. 2 acres
wear protective clothing or I Inch minimum 83.50 MACHINE Water Softners and Filters land. 2-1/2 ml. west, S.R.D.
gloves, obtain these, or better ----- I GREEN COVE SPRINGS 100. Block Const. 3 B.R'.Iath. 1
yet, look for a less poisonous Soles and Service Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT L.R., Din. Room 1 Kitchen .

chemical.Use Memorials R.lOluUoIUI.L Proclamations PFAFF ELNA SECRET-_Lose Water Weight Utility Room Carport, .
the proper pesticide: at Card of Thanks New: Homes SERVICEON bloat, pufflness, Completely furnished. Musttx
the proper time and at the recommended J 94.00 Minimum up to SO ALL MAKES Pull Water Pills, only $3.cMo-. seen to be appreciated.
rate to control a words Each word over 50- WHITE Back Guarantee.Koch
specific pest. Measure the A" PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
chemical accurately because $49.50 r? Drug Store. 12t/chg: -112IAP

will usually
minute quantities FOR RENTSmall 2 bedroom Parts &
the post. The recom- on BILL POWELL
control BROKER
furnished house 749 N. PUMP & SUPPLY
mended rate Is all you need, Thompson all other make ma CO. LONG CHAMPHome
St. Call 964-7444 964-
so don't think that twice as chine.NATIONAL. 9646464OR
much pesticide will do a bet- 5070. Up Moved 5 Blacks North
This Is how accidents and Building
ter Job. :: FOR SALE- bedroom block 864 Temple Ave
occur. Work In a well Materials WAYNE DOUGLAS
const home. One utility build-
ventilated area do not spray ing 26x60. One acre land, Lieu 611 W. Univ. Ave. ASSOCIATE
when children are nearby or WE BUILD -
Is In the Bright; Jr. 782-3868. Itp

when spray uncovered area. food to Heat Your Home FOR SALE1971 travel trailer Gainesville, Fla. An's "Your Plan Or Ours 964-6593

children Never leave or Irresponsible pesticides where persons Better at Lower Cost $'turn 200. Can be seen at Law- 378-1355 Mobile Homos Your Lot Or Ours."

can reach thorn. Put the tey. left at Waters store SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES FREE ESTIMATES
and go two blocks, first trailer
materials away as soon as the CARL BEG OS
sprays have been prepared; on right Itp MILLER BreamYOLKSWAGEN Expanda Roams & Add Remodeling RepairsAdditions

keep pesticides In their originalcontainers On Reams Gulf Service
ly closed., and Never keep never them tight put a SIEGLER home W. Call St. Phone brick 964- Free Delivery and Set Up'' Homes Bought Sold Used Part "

6491 day or 964-7793 night 100 MILE RADIUS Traded
food or
pesticide In an empty THE FINEST SELECTION OF
j drink container. This Is a ma- Also furnished 2 bedroom and BANK FINANCINGHWY ACREAGE FOR SALE964.US3

s jor icides.cause of deaths from pest OIL HOME HEATERSMore .bath St.apartment.Phone 9648404.534 W. Madison Itp- 17 NORTH USED CARSIn

i Store pesticides In a ventilated FOR SALE-1970 Mobile Home N.w& Used Hwy. 301 S. Starke This.Whole Area

place and where never they keep can them be locked near heat at less cost. from Imaginative 12 x 60; 3 BR, I-V2 bath. $100 Safes S.rvlce'IJI! Tel. 284-5001-264-7311 24 Ht.Wrecker Service

foods up or medicines. Do not dispose engineering. Exclusive Inner heat tubes cap- equity Call 964-5052 after I

of empty; containers where ture the top of the flame that's 4 times hotter. pjn. Itp HAVE 'BOUGHT ENTIRE .WE MAKE ALL USED PARTS
STOCK of 19" Zenith TV
,1 MI. North of the Mall sets
be a hazard to wildlife
they may children. Puncture Built-in blower gives forced air super heat BABY SITTING In my home, GAINESVILLE from large motel In Jacksonville MAJOR APPLIANCE Hwy 301 N. Waldo

empty or cans,break sand wrap over the floor In a uniform, draft-free carpetof Monday through Friday. Call ; all like new. $75 cash,
these and any bags In thick warmth. And those are just some of the 782-3049. UpUalitl each. -DAHMER'S DISCOUNT. REPAIRS 468-1998
layers of newspaper and place. In advanced features of the stylishly designed FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake :2 4tchg EXPERT REPAIRMEN -

Siegler 011 Home Heater. Come In and see farmAgtacy bedroom furnished duplex apt. FOR SALE- New 2 BR-CB
Air conditioned. Merritt Williams house Air conditioned. Nice CALL 964-8363 SAVE
for yourself.Denmark, lac. B64-S391. tfchg lot. Conventional financing.-_L Thos. Long Distance

u .,. Real Estate Broker Dall 9647591.Dempsey .
I Reg. G. owner. Starke ''I Phone i Call

Paul & Irene Faulkner MOTOR ROUTE Carrier Want- Motel. 4tp 10/26 Service We now handle air IIn.tlck.t. .
Furniture Co. edBradford and Union Coun- Appliance
Associates crulie. and tours
ties. Call 9648170. 4tchg NEW :X-ll Reducing Plan.! 42 *,
434 W, CALL ST. RHONE 964-4321 206 S. Water : 112FOR -' TableU..13.00. Money Back 323 Brewrtte. $t: "Tl" '-We offer a special package
Guarantee. Koch
Fla. 964.5065 Drug Store.
.d/,=.IJ.J STARKE. FLORIDA Storks SALE- DoorsEntrance, 9to, ..11/9 Tour.of New Disney World
; screen Interior louvers, shutters Call
closet blfolds sliding AT REDUCED RATES
Call Us For Best Price glass. Windows awnings &single TOWN FINANCE CO.p.aB'ic .

Prospect Waiting tichg hung. All new & priced to AUTO FIRE, BOAT 226 N. TempleWE
save you money. George; Ricks DOYLE E. CONNER
301 N. of Starke. 964-5184. 4tp .
TAKING application for wait FIATSALESPARTS]
results! List your propert:for
ress. Come to the Garden Restaurant sal with Call
for Interview. Itchg WANTED TO BUYComplete
i'"w set of cultivators for a 6464 or 964-6810. tf/chg
FOR SALEHollywood double Farman tractor. Phone Collect SERVICE 90 West Lake City
DAISY-FRESH-Cotton bed and mattress $25. Adjustable 485-2543 after 7 p.m. 2tp WLWWUWuwuWNUGENT
printed nil over with tlnvfuxliuui. extra length steel bed 10/26 Phone 752.3723 ELECTRIC
flowers creates IIh"I. frame .$10. Ph. 473-4384 after HABFBED AUTO For Best Selection Of
r i By Polly Flinders... 5:30: p.m. and weekends. Itp FOR SALE- 75,000 BTU Duo- Service
tlu long-.h'o"d dress. hUM Therm oil heater. Call 964- IMPORTS, INC. TRAVEL TRAILERS
xmorklnu. dl'tail lit the high l Residential
FOR RENTFurnished or unfurnished 6363 or 964-5484. 2tchg MINI-HOMES
rise wllh.lllnd Im''lIrmllld the 509 E. Unlv.rsltyGaln..vl".3724373
2 bedroom 10/26
iM-rk. Cotton liy llntry Glimx. apartment. TRUCK CAMPERSAND Wiring
Wall to wall carpet.Buford Mitchell
'Ld phone 964-6853. tfchg HUNTERS& CAMPERS-havea TOPPERSFull -Additional Outlet-
antiltiitti ** *
home made camper I built Air Conditioning
FOR SALEBrick veneer, 3 for my own use, for sale $300 LINOLEUM FLOOR Covert* Line Of Parts And Hookups

bedroom 2 bath living room, firm. Phone 964-6380after5:30: R xS$3.19:9x12$5.'p6; Service Trailer Pole Meter
dining room family room. p.m. 4* 11/9 .:.12 x 12 11.50s. 12 x 1 15 only Service
Large lot. Central heat and 914.95: many patterns and 24-Hour
air.' Reasonable terms. Buford Commercial & ResidentialTwo colors. Dahmer's Discount. WANTEDUsed furniture, refrigerators Phone 964-864!
Mitchell, phone 964-6853. tfchg properties for residential tfchg. washers.babe
storage, manufacturing.: This mef's Discount House tf/chg

1 FOR RE T- Auto repair shop. may be Just what you want. -
One trailer lot for rent $15 We will show and furnish information 'tOTS FOR SALE Stsrk GBT ao-o-o-o-o

mo. Mutual Lumber Co. 964- A. J. Thomas, Realtor *> Country Club' ready for
7490 between 8 a.m. and 5 Tel. 964-5701. building on or for Investment. NOW IN STARKESINGER
p.m. Itchg Lots area approximately: 1/2
sere and larger. Paved roads

O. C. Cimts Nursery only 3. minutes from town.
TRUCK LOAD SALEMobile Call *.1701, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. '
Thousands of Plants
Motor Oil SAE 30 Veto, 98.50 tfchg
Fruit Trees, Shad. Trees,
Carvers Service Station
per case Machine
3 miles south on 100. Evergreens, Camellia, FOR SALE.-Coastal Bale hay Sewing Representative

Phone 964-6258. 2tp 11/2 Most In Azaleas Can .,Plant Rotes AnytimeLANDSCAPING Out of bam or out.ofjos field SALES & SERVICEService

WOULD: you like to earn$10,000 Registered Angus calves. Ph, On All Makes Sewing Machines

a year part-time? Would you 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke, 964-MK J. B. White tfchg 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. ;
like to be able to retire In Hwy. 100Florahome Phone 964-6363 !
eh.. 1] '7
S years on $1,000.a month? 659-2165 ,
If so call 4311063. No obligations FOR RENT12 wide Mobil
;No; Information over homes outside city Unit.J. B.
the phone. Up and Lynn White. Ph. 964-6114 :.'vf.:::: : r::'.'.'w*:::.Q55SFr:; : kln'i:3::::?tafRLs':

JIMMY MOORE'S or 964-8799. no

39 STORES UNDER ONE ROOF FOR SALE14 hp Wizard out- $.. Sprts call 9648874. .tfchg FACTORY HELP NEEDEDOwen

board motor $75. Fred Bennett
I The Regional; Shopping Center of ,\orthcentral l Florida 964-7039. lip MORE BOAT FOR. WE NOW RAVE dIamoDII MN- ; i

YOUR MONEY dies for any, make or .._ Joist I ef Florida' Inc. need dependable able
FOR SALE-1969 Fleetwood:Mobile stereo player.Dahmtr, .
Mos t Mall Stores Home 12x64 w'expando Starke Ph. 9645791Compl.t. count House tf/chg bodied factory help. Na experience necearv.
ing room. Call after 5 p.m. Steady work, overtime, fringe benefit

Betty Bennett, Lake Butler, Outboard & Stem SEWING MACHINES, cleaned, I
NOW OPEN 4968221. 2tp 11/2 Drive Service and Repel oiled and adjusted> In your home, IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY
$&. Vacuum Cleaner. repairs
Complete Fiberglass" Repair .... ATGWEN
All work guaranteed. -
} 0. Sundays 1:00 To 6OOP.M LABORERS position WANTED all company: Permanent Custom built Fiberglass" Dennis E. Coggins. phone 431- JOIST ..ti

; 1 benefits Minimum starting Fishing Beat*. 1428. tfchg.ALCOA .,
> rate $2.12 per hr. Apply Southern AH' EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER i

Wood Piedmont Corn- ALUMINUM Siding Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday I
puny, Center St. Baldwin, Florida THIS spot that spot, traffic Contractor: since 1938. Cover TFOLIN
For Your Christmas / almost all 7:00: A.M. To 5:00: P.M.
S/roppiig 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2tchg paths too, removed with Blue exterior wood Including "" ,
11/2 Lustre carpet shampoo. Der overhang sills, cell-
rick. Inc., Builders HardWare Ings,. etc. Estimate no oblications. -
I Convenience W.\J\jTE\ Person to work it Supplies, Starke, Fla. Ph. William Davis White
' Agricultural Survey for USDA, 9646163. Feather Court KsystoneHeights. MOJI.I H'OMI' SAUl
\ Nov. 24-Dec. 7. Training session Fla. 4tp 11/2
( : SHOP IN THE LUXURY CLIMATE-CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE Nov. 15-17. Furnish own FOR RENT12 x 52 trailer Service Is Our Policy -

: OF THE GAINESVILLE MALL FOR YOUR car or pickup for travel In, 2 bedrooms water furnished MOBILE HOME OWNERSOwn SPECIAL THIS WEEKEND .i :
J local area. Send reply to 1222 on SR-235. Call 964-1630 after your own beautiful lot. Only 12.652 Bedroom 1. I
I! : CHRISTMAS NEEDS. AND REMEMBER, IF YOU DID Woodward St., Orlando Fla. 5 p.m. lip ,$95 down and $25 a month. CONCORD. '

j : \ ALL YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN THE GAINES- 32803. Itchg FOR SALEConcrete block. S. .car Restricted*. Now to ready-protect along those U.S.who Deluxe Furniture 2 Door R"r1I1eralor, Deluxe Stove, Diihw..-her '
: VILLE MALL, FOR 'SALE OR ENT 12x50 bedroom 1 bath on..2: Iota*, ,.301,' 4 miles south. of "Starke.:, 5495,00
mobile home, 8 miles S. of breezeway'' and -utility,; room. -Phone 468-1551. '4tp 11/2 Free Set Up It Delivery Within 100 Mile Radius.

THE GAINESVILLE MALL U.S: 441 & N.W. 23rd BLVD. Starke. Call 964-7828 before Carpet, air and central heat. OVERNIGHT Cat and Dog Flea OPEN
: 5:30
: or 468-1579 after 5:30 Shown by appointment. Call Control ''.98- Koch Drug.4tehg 8 Til Dark Moa Sat.. Noon Dark On Sunday
tltitrtt Up after 5 p.m. 984-7873. Itchg: 10/24 SEE OUR USED AND REPOSSED HOMES

t Page 18 Telegraph Oct. 26,,. 1972

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