Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 23, 1972
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:, i' \, :: WithGratitude\\ for Freedom State House Seat

We Honor Our Forefathers onSwornun

\ Belongs To Her ,

0 PatHollidaySays

Mrs. Pat Holllday

of ,,Ponte Vedra, defeated -

Youth Fires candidate Representatives Republican for Houseof ,,

t .,.. ,_ .. .. .k' ,, ... ,.,. .H.. ._ .._.__ District 25, has filed
n. ', "' ..,.,, i'i. '', suit
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Willis s .. \) : 'tttti.,, :, (:''. '' .,' '. .: .'. '_.:. ; At Circuit, Leon'

F County, claiming the

\ __ right to fill the office -

,, -.y' and asking the
WomanMrs. court to set aside

Tuesday the result of the

General Election on

Judith J. Smith, 21, of Jack November 7 in this

New Districmember1 25 sonville, became the seventh fatality of race.

of the 10- the current hunting season when she

rida ,House, of p was killed instantly about Ui40 a.m. Sun- suit Named are the as defendants Bradford County In the;

resentatives 'Frank day while in the west "still hunt" area Canvassing Board: Theron. .

Williams was' 8W rn of Camp Blanding.

into' the newly organized -
The Clay County Sheriffs office Hull told Investigating officers -
Florida legislature said the fatal shot was that he saw motion In the
Tuesday: in \ ameeting" fired by John T. Hull 18, also bushes and fired at what .he
required by of Jacksonville, who was a thought& to be a deer. Officers
member of the hunting party estimated the distance from Y'n
the; State Constitu that Included Mrs Smith's husband Hull to Mrs. Smith at about
Lion n( !, Robert Eugene Smith and 25 yards The weapon fired
father Edwin Joyce. was a Browning "over and un-
The ....ioaTu.: morjInc. der" shotgun using buckshot

.In Tallahassee was llRin-. JShiev.esPennies' Oscar J. Garrard, JfJ"ack-
, : "" .- -Jy ee..monj re..th1'OUtb.1h I1IMJ lilt oIJU...,.,. ,-. .. .. ...i.audlle.mtmuaadriidrs.Smtth'rA.r. .
tN'' I. nominating' fend electMinr.'presidlngMifncers : "' \;"'7.: body'out of the woods to Highway -.
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". 19 where the smith
i Y'ttare .,". > party'scar
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parkedand she
long : .,
For 4,ago.of" the?160senatorsmatrepreepaifeeIncluding ft+, ............ .. "" -j- "carried to the .Duval Medical
Center In a rescue ambulance. Holliday
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t. Horns,,,, i*,'organizational' aes-. The Clay County; Sheriff's office Yawn, Jr., chairman Neva
Ion represent* a brand now 'H Sam Grlffls's Grocery store said, that no charges were of Election:
F D RD H I G S C Flynn, Supervisor ;
experience., Fortv-three of the was robbed last Saturday" of filed,'/.against Hull In the Inci- and George W. Roberts chairman -
House members. Including WH-' ..... cigarettes cigarette lighters dent.
of the Bradford County
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llama, .and slx'.eenators have .v \\ and some change, according to Commission. Also named is
'veat In eitherJwujje. .,/ the Starke Police Department, Frank Williams, Democratic

."Real enilKhtoning.) .: I'm eh- ,r ."..." .... : Marie GrIM called the station Fair And Cool nominee who defeated Mrs Holllday -
Joying It,":; Williams said from last Saturday morning at, ; In the district comprising
the Capitol Tuesday morning; .. .... -- 7:57: and made a complaint of TJicinksgiving Bradford Clay, and the nor-
t t He wll.| come have to Brad-* the vandalism.The thern portion of St.Johns Counties. -
ford County Wednesday morning culprit or culprits entered h predicted .
I, and go back to Tallahassee His vision (its dream. I Is viewed by' by next .fall. BHS; will have a new plant with 1,200 the store by cutting a Mrs. Holllday's suit was filed

F next'three-day' Monday" I special morning! on for capital the \Supt. Tom Casey. He loaves office noMt month with. pupil' .pac... ; screen of the and north taking side a of window the buil out Thanksgiving Day ,should be Eighth prior Judicial to a hearing Circuit before Judge

:' punishment, the Equal Right wheels in motion to make the dream. 60 per cent o reality' ./ '" J' ding. A knife was used to cut Ideal fair and cool accordingto George L. Patten in Starke
,.,: for Women Amendment to the the screen according to, investigating the four-day weather out look last Friday in which he dismissed -
U.S. Constitution probablysome officer City Patrolman supplied by the Florida Division with prejudice her original -
other matters too., Kenneth Carlton. of Forestry Headquarters on protest charging that all I
Next ,regular 60-day cession Total amount of merchandise SR-10.0 Mitt of Starke. general Election returns in
f begins next April., '<, and money taken was $17.12. A chance of rain Is forecast Bradford County were fraudulent -
Williams took. a strong stand V Casey's Dream for tpday' (Wednesday Nov 22)>\ because fewer electors
; .. for {reinstating capital punishment om however. '>Friday should see increasing coted here in the General Election
in his campaign. lie opposes SFJC RegistrationSet cloudiness and the than voted In the First
i, : the Equal Rights for Women Next Thursday forecast for Saturday is partly and Second Primaries. Dismissing
Amendment (ERA) as did cloudy and cool. No rain is pre the protest with prejudice -
'III Ms Republican' Mrs. Registration for the Starke dicted. means that Mrs. Holll
tt Pat' ilolllday'of opponent 10 Center of Santa Fe Junior College A half Inch of rain fell on day cannot again bring this
,L "Different ones interpret it ; Be 3/5/ CompleteWhen !' will be held Thursday Bradford County Sunday. Nov. action in Judge\ Patten's court.
Nov. 30, from 6:30: to 8:30 19 In a i slow day-long drizzle ,
; (See Pago 5)) pjn. at Bradford Middle School which County Agent Bobby Tay- Since District 25 Includes all
or part of three counties: .Mrs.
according to Richard Jockel lor said is ideal for wettingthe
.... SFJC Starke coordinator. ground a depth of five Holliday" has the right to file
Phm of new construction ed at well under one million Course Information may" be action in Leon County loca-
titration which ends next month. some 60 yearl.It will enable the or six inches needed to spark
tf Bradford ''High than half the ascertained from Jockel at tion of the State capital.In .
dollars less school board to demolish the fall
tBlj"! a_Gri'f School Is completed sometime SlS.Ulia: million the State Depart Phase m of the new high present 'B' Building. BMS.: phone 964-6093. Classes On crapa..mall woods fire duringthe & dismissing the protest,
school construction will consistof
fall of the county'snew ment estimated begin January 2 for the winter "
!next thatpart a new high Remainder of the high school .
education complex will school: would cost. one-half of front right hand complex shown In :Morgan'sdrawing term. pas( "week burned .4 acres. (Se Page 5))
part of the BHS complex pictured -
house 1,200:! student spaces, the
"You can see we're way under above in the drawing by is a large multipurpose -
; amount recommended/ by the that," Sup! Casey 'proudly! area at rear center which
Jli Architect Don Morgan. The
State of Education.
Department notes. new, math and science wing could house a gym, cafeteria
"i.d'M1." + If a bid Is Accepted by the Phase m, 'already okayed by will fit where old 'C' Building, and informal student area at
.1 Nuts
School Board January, cost the School board and already recently demolished, stood for some date in the future. Construction 4lp'High I
of the newconsictionofBrad. sentdhaasee. for state of that has not been I
ford High\ can be'placed at leastat, will give the new high discussed except as very long
$798,422:! In u> three year! school building. nearly 50.000I Get t" Tips range thinking by Architect
i DANCEpoiiioce from 1971 through 1973. That ar. feet of interior space Rotary :Morgan. Volume flaying LowIn
Is significant in that it means for student use. On MotivationMary :Neither are the rear halvesof
;: '' ,4 $ "i Bf the 1,200 student;: spaces, all Wheels have alread. been set Phase I, at left facing photo
new. air-conditioned and carpeted In motion by the school boardto Ann Duke of Keystone and to be constructed Phasem
Freshman Class ,, will have been proria- see Phase m started beyond Heights ''was guest speaker at are not In current construction a very light volume, 11.879 Seedlings averaged 40 1/2 The public Is Invited and encouraged -
the call back point duringthe the Stark Rotary Club last week plans and the three pounds of pecans were sold last cents ranging from 38 to 46 to visit the sales and
t Friday NightNov. administration of defeated giving tips to business men on buildings will still house 1.200 Thursday In the second auction cents. ,Mixed nuts averaged bid on lots of nuts they might
t Terms Begin Supt. Tom Casey .It has been how to have more productive, pupils. Any growth will cause of the year from die. new Starke 40 cents,"+tanging from 38 1/2 find desirable, says Market Manager -
24 Supt Cue)"'. dream his major and happier lives at home and some action.however;last week State Farmer's Market to 46 cents. Money Makers Allen. In the auction:
1A.M. .' 'Nov. 21 tor goal In the past eight yearsto In business. the BHS student population was With nuts 'scare prices remained averaged 39 cents, ranging from nuts are sold by lots and varlet
18:30 '
; : outfit the county schools in The secret Sirs. Duke said placed at 1190. high for the second: 38 to 46 cents: There are all different
New Stark Armory 1 2 Officers all new, air-conditioned, and Is to learn to get along with What Interests Supt. Casey straight week for an over-all The next sale Is set Nov. 30 sizes of lots the smallest nor-
f ., carpeted buildings. He has done associate In business, and keep more than the three phases of average of 46 cents per pound. a week from Thursday, follow- mally being around 30 pounds
> Music By that at Brooker.Hampton Law- the wife and children happy by BHS he knows he will see complete 3 1/2 cents above the previous ing Thanksgiving) at I p.m. All Only requirement Is that
Under provisions of a new tey a new middle school in planning pleasant surprises for is the vast array of ways week's 42 1/2 cents. Only 9,571 nuts should be weighed and not licensed and bondedby persons
state 1 law, newly-elected County Starke and area vocational- them-- activities that will keep he sees to further construction pounds of nuts were sold In the bagged prior to the opening of the State of Florida
GENESISAdmIssion as a
[ Commissioner Dave: Paulk technical center In Starke additions the family, together at the high school. The 25- first auction the sale. dealer must pay cash, Many
l j DIsLSbud School Board mem- and some air-condition acre BHS site has the arearecommended One batch of nuts sold for Volume' of the pecan season dealers are not bonded" and
: $1.50 ber their A.N. terms Holliday of,office Dlst Tuesday 3 began ing at both. Starke elemsntery Deer Kill Totals by the State De 68 cents per pound, the day'shigh. is expected) to remain light cash u required by law, Allen pay
schools. the The tow was 38 cents.In a remark housewives
common by -
'.I I C..,'dht Nov. 21. Now his vision of anew Brad 170.In 9 Dave area ebouided by Temple Avenueand comparison: of sales of this fall being notes
: / The I law now provides that ford High School where he has More killed Orange Street on the east different ....rI.U... Stuart nuts '.. don't have a single nut At every auction there are a
:1':1'm; ( Hommuuftu! members of both boards shall been teacher and principal before 170 deer In Camp 9,000hunters Standing during and west, and by Washingtonand averaged highest 53 cents per this .I"lUaJJyh..enough few peopl. who look over the
}Matt !dunk take. office on the second: TIIe.d. .- becoming: superintendent the first nine days of the AdJdns Streets on the north pound ranging consistently high from IDY'entire family with smaller lots Allen says, r''and
1 ;, ., after the General ElectionIn will be at least 60 per cent .current and south. from 53 to 53 1/2 cents. The plenty left ov.r." then bid. If prices get higher,
... ... which they are elected. or 8/5, complete according to hunting& season. When Casey stands on the President variety; averaged 51 '.. heard manypeopi.make than they want to bid they stop
"-. --r.", Up i Paulk and Holllday. will sit the over-aU plan set four years Other carne taken during this step of the USD building,where cents ranging from 45 1/2 to that remark." Market bidding. Sometimes one person -
I '!" TDwdI1' ___c:.. officially with their respective ago for t the Starke educational period' Included: 29 hogs, 53queiq school administrative buildings 53 cent*. Average for the Curds Manager Bob Allen.says Scarcity bids for several families,
board at their, December meetIngs. complex the wheels having been, 457 cat squirrel, 30 fox variety was 48 cents ranging of the.'PU' 'makes for the bet; thereby getting around the
set In motion during Ms admin squirrel and 20 rabbits. (S.. Poo. 5)) from 47 to 51 1/2 cents ter prteasj.", .he' also notes. large lot problem. -

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: Birthdays Anniversaries; ; eJI '. .J..r"'L'. ..., _Weddings I" .

:1' Showers'. .; 1 ,' V A fA I e92kk y. .he ewJ. 1 Personals: .'... ,

Club Meetings'; Parties .,.

Gladys Mooty, Society fditor,. 964-7608
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Miss Kauffman Deanna TimmerTo I.wI I Adult C ClassEntertained St: Mark's Women

Bride-elect Wed Nov. 25 Net $700 From

y Is Shower Honoree In Orange ParkMiss The Adult C Sunday; School Christmas BazaarMrs.

1 Class of the First Baptist

i + Church bad a covered dish supper Fred Glenn, Jr. president -
Miss Lucille Kauffman.whose R.nee'Tlmmer,
nightas Mark"
I and fish fry Saturday of the Women of St.
Mark Milner will
marriage to of the late Mrs. Ge-
daughter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Church, announced
be an event of Saturday Dec. Timmer of Orange Episcopal
aldine. S. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Jack com-
bazaar just
at 7 In the First that the
leg Park announces her engagement Rutledge at the home of the netted $700. She said
Baptist Church of Starke. was a Frederick pleted.
to William Lake.
latter on Klngsley church
(j. In the
r honored at a bridal shower r- Spindler. son of Mr. and Mrs. The thlrty-fivelU8'ts attend- every' woman making the annual -

<. Tuesday evening Nov. 14.,. at Frederick William Spindler of ing sat at tables, on the ter participated event such In a success.
the Community clubhouse ai- The brideelectIs
St. 1966
f ford, given by Mrs. Glenn Howard also the daughter of Lam race. Ben Rowland won the Terwll-
of Lake Butler and Mrs. I I inert Timmer of Gumee. 111. Ford car donated by
James Moncrief of Klngsley + i/wl1 legar Motors.
A Lake. / 1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lan- Homemade baked goods
< .
: A pink and white color Miss Timmer a 1971 graduate dis of Jacksonville Beach were handmade articles flower arrangements
scheme, with carnations and of the University of Florida Friday and Saturday guests of for all occasions
gladioli were used In table and Is presently teachingIn Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn.. "antiques and otherwise,"
arranging and party decora- ,N? ',. 4. Portland Me. She taught aowdlr book., and a Chill Parlor were
tions. Mrs. Wayne Harper r P{ last year In the math department WintersNormanDate outstanding features of the ba-
:: greeted the guests as she kept of Bradford High School. 'of Milan High High School and zaar. .
the bride's book. Miss Joyce r. Set Dec 1 attended the University of Tennessee The money,' realized will go
I Buby.Dowling Caddell served punch. Mr. Spindler Is serving In majoring In home eco toward Improvements of the
the U, S. !Navy: In Brunswick church properties.Mrs. .
The honoree, and the honor- Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. Winters nomics. She Is presently teaching -
Wedding Date Set ee's mother Mrs.. Joseph Me.The of Milan, Term, announce the In Bradford Middle School. -C-
Kauffman and the groom's mother r" wedding will take placeat approaching marriage of their Mr. Norman Is a graduateof
Ross M. Mrs. Robert! Mllner were 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 25, daughter. Ester Katherine to BUS and the University of -O. S. Dixon, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons
presented with an electric per- .In the Orange Park Presbyter-, Charles Kenneth Norman, son Florida School of PharmacyIn Mra. Ben DIxon and family
the approaching mar-
announce of their laugher Olive culator as a memento of the Ian Church. All students of BHS of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. June '73. and Bobby Hager of Nashville
riage occasion. The wedding will take place guests this week
James M. Dowl- are Invited to attend. Norman of Lawtey. Term are
Ann Ruby to E. Dowl- Among the thirty guests were ?r. Miss Winters Is a graduate Dec. 29 In Starke. of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell.
of Mrs. W.
Ing. son
the following from out of town:
Ing, and the late Mr. Dowllng. Mrs. Joe Hitchcock and daughter -
Patsy of Keystone Heights; Debra Jane Edens/ Charles E. Howell//

The wedding will take placeat Mrs. George Disbrow and Mrs. AFTER THANKSGIVING

home 7:30 of the p.m.bride.on Dec. I in the City.Palmer Adklnson, both of Lake Exchange Vows In Home Ceremony CARPS

The bride received many
All friends and relatives are lovely gifts. Miss Debra Jane Edens of a three-tiered wedding cake
Invited to attend. Also asllstlngln..rvlngwere Gainesville, daughter of Mrs. topped with a ruffle of white S-A-L-EI
Mrs. James Caddell and Mrs.C. Masts Edens of Charleston, Illusion. On either side were Dept. Stores

G. Hill. W. Va., and the late R. V. two three-branch candelabrawith .. ,,. T7 T 7 II'" TT" I 71!
OES Supper Set Edens, became the bride of white tapers. Cutting the
Storewide Savings Fri. and Sat. Only
Charles Edward Howell of cake were Mrs. Buddy Patton
For SaturdayThe and Miss Sharon Howell,'sisters .
Miss Joyce Denmark of LaGrange Gainesville son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Howell of Starke, of the groom.
Ga. will be home for bowl t
Presiding at punch
Chapter. OES Thanksgiving holidays.Mr. on Sunday Nov. 12, at 2 p.m.
Starke the at the home of the groom's at one end of the bride's table 100% polyester
will have a covered dish supper w
were Mrs. W. E. Lawson
Saturday night at 7 o'clockIn and Mrs.LaRue Williamsand parents of Butler Road. Rev. and Miss Eoline Green. Encircling double knit 4 a .
the Masonic Hall. All Masons son of Ormond Beach will Elbert Howell of Folkaton Ga., the punch bowl was a
and their families are Invited spend the long weekend with uncle of the groom. performedthe garland of fern Interspersedwith screen print
to attend. her parents Mr. and Mrs. B. ceremony.
pale blue florets. long sleeve
A. Colson. The couple exchanged vows Following a week's wedding men's boxed .
before two standing baskets
holding pastel gladioli pompoms trip to Nassau and Freeportthe pant tops shirt and tie
couple is residing In -
and carnations. This was .
flanked by arched candelabrawith .
burning white tapers a The bride graduated from I set

Jade panel and two fern pots. DuPont High School Charleston 897
Mr. Howell attended his son W. Va., attended Morris v ,
u best man. Harvey College In Charleston, -.497
Mrs. Eden. attended her and Is employed at the Alachua L..I tI_. ,r.In'.nl '
i..J. daughter a* matron of honor. General Hospital! In Inhalation aywn, .. I.wIwN..I.I/yb_ .
.nd .wL M.hl.sasal.
She wore a gold and black Therapy.The .......f,M a L. .Owl..:..hdny ..... ".... .N. I
floor length gown complemented groom graduated from ......T1:*!" ::.... <." 'wil -
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BItS and Santa Fe Junior College "I m Mt utmen's a.
i : with an orchid corsage.The .. 100% polyester1*
attended Florida Technological -
bride wore a floor length ;I' misses: :
University In Orlando -
white lace gown lined with pale boxed
blue satin featuring a high bod- and Is assistant managerat pants banjon' ,shirts'
Ice, V neckline and bouffant White Electric Warehouse I ownt I
., lace sleeves with tight cuffs.: Gainesville.Nefes8eckjcrm. 1 '
She wore a pearl necklace and s ::::
In her hair. she wore pale blue 97 y & ,
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baby's breath florets. She car- 5 e..r. f
ried a nosegay of pale blue and our reg.S6.99 /zw... .*. Ytw WWII I k.w...<.., .too...%.
f white pompoms. 'with blue satin ley. "-a.. I'....,.... |-4
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4 .' .'Z A reception was also held "10"'"'............hnll.M t men's boxed hosiery
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The bride's table was cov- Nnw Italtdcr, ....... HIM
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Md.M. n+. II/ )... M1Ww. w .Ins ... ::A. -e our reg. $27.99 I
IIn1 .r pals d .w II.I.I plow fy I ladiesquilt
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r Now Thru. Dec. 9 ArrivalsMr. df coat robes

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I, $1.95 Engagement Told pectacular;

$5.95 and Mrs. Wyman Hunter -

Bank :\mericardAnd of Lake City announce the Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nettles -

Mastercharge Welcome birth of a daughter Patricia of Starke announce the
Michelle: on Nov. 9. Maternal engagement of their daughter t s
.:No.t grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joan to Harvey D. Beckham I. I I. I A bMtitllul vny .l a
--. .". John Crew of Starke. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey cj4 A..w?UI Lb tow., r. VX
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Beckham of Hawthorne. Wedding e
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plans will be announced

La. .d wnb..I. 0r
later. +..y awn. s.p1w eI
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Garden Club 0 0 e o 14 0Is

To Meet Monday 1%

Have A Beautiful Larry Williams will presenta 1 a j a t

program on Christmas decorations -
Holiday Season ; .ar at the Starke Garden

Club meeting. Monday Nov. 27
j at 7:30: p.m. at the home of '
f 1 Mrs. James M. Blacfcshear at 1 r '.I ',\ your favorite!

Klngsley! Lake. a glamourous
Get ready, beau t f"
....c-.c-.c-.c- I I / body 'shirts
tiful for the holiday S .
) Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson -
festivities. Come tons attended the wedding of 5
Ilrrr / Miss Bernadette Sow Bru-n- women's" crinkle 329
for ; patent
a lovely mew
mitt to Ray McKibben in Jacksonville .
hairdo Well Wednesday night. \ stretch boots

soon. I 1 '. 100* w.M M.W. AMYry.. "
style, out and set Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Meng l7)) rlk M MM Mtan.Slrai(.M,1.

of St. Petersburg Beach will ad : f k your choice
your hair to give it .spend the weekend with their
may parents Mr. and Mr. Paul ,
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a gals, glamour Meng and Mr. and Mrs. E. L.Matthew. :)99
.. tit
ous look.BARBARA'S. .. w
the layered look

Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Mooty ... oil -,
V of Miami will be Saturday guests tify KM-t M.'n.

BEAUTY SALON of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. ? f'1 the jacquard look

)vfMw ?5J tWI MOM VM* I Lw.d
BARBARA NORMAN, OWNER Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williamswill _. alwl. b..wn. -. .Illw $I.Miu.I .
BAYLESS have as Thanksgiving week- Sims 9 to S 8ID I..M. ...
HIGHWAY PHONE 9645100 end guests Mr. and Mrs. Rich- Jr. Qirlt Silt 5 to 8
ard Williams and daughter of
Tallab...... Mr. and Mr..John
Williams of Gainesville! Mr.
and Mrs. Milton KeatonofWay-,

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home Among for the the students who are Mr. and Mrs. James McNeelyand Mr. and Mrs. David Burnsed Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Holbrook -. "- \.i.'q.: Mr. and Mrs. John Adams t

are: Brant Thanksgiving Turner, Val-holIdays daughter of Lakeland and 1 of Gainesville, Miss Ruth Cros- 'Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mr, and Mrs. James New and daughter, and Bill Adams I
dosta State College Kay Tur- Mrs. C. M. Fowler of Winter by of U. of F., and Mr. and pnf ,, a Addison Mr. and Mrs. V. L. man'>an ner, North Florida Junior; College Park are Thanksgiving guest Mrs. Dale Crosby of Apopka' IoM McKInney, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. derdalo/Mr. and Mrs. Frank the long weekend with Dr. and
Mr.and Mrs.Thom-
; Evelyn Sinclair, DenIse of Mrs. Herbert Thomas. are Thanksgiving guests of Parrlsh' and family of Miami, Mrs. H. II. Adams. The Adams
WInkler and Bill Brown FSU their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ton Sayres. Mrs. Lily Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish will also have as Saturday
; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kung Albert Lee and Clyde Noah were Sunday; guests Mr. and Mrs. R. R.
Jimmy Andrews, Furman University Crosby. l"""w. It of Jacksonville will be week-
-'' of Clan Bernie, Md.,are spend- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otis end guests of Mr and Mrs. Turnlpseed of East Point, Ga.
: Trlsh Myers, Wesleyan
McKInney at Sampson City.
two weeks' vacation with .
ing Brad- I o ,1., .I.I Roy Clemons.
to :
College, David Harper, Local admittances ( ..
Mrs. Kunlg's brotherinlawand '''' '1 "... ......
Randolph Macon College Va., sister, Mr. and Mrs. John ford County Hospital this week ,>>: ..w.... ,' \ ;,'
Tom Harper, University of Grew in Starke, and another Include: Joseph Brantley, Mrs. : '. .
Chicago, and George Martin Mrs. Agnes H1Illard. -
sister, Miss Pat Lambe, of Lois Thigpen : 1 h
and Mark Crawford, Mississ- Edgar O'Hara and Mrs. if'e'
ippi College. Daytona Beach. Virginia McCalllster Waldo;
Mildred Griffls. Starke Mrs ''e i& AthIV1
Mrs. F. H. Kramer was hostess N
Mr. and Mrs. John Deas of
at la family dinner part; Louise Monroe, and Mrs. Virginia
Lake City, Miss Martha Jo -
Sunday night honoring the birth- McCalllster, Waldo; Mrs.
Deas of Florida Southern and Edna Hasan. Graham, Mrs.Iris
Mr. and days of Mrs. A. J. Barry, Mr. ;
Mrs. Jimmy Thrasherof'
Adrleanne Bishop, Mlddleburg; Donald
Kramer, and Barry.
Winder, Ca. will be guests Stafford, Lawtey; Mrs. Gayle
I during the weekend of Mr. and Rcnfro. Keystone Heights; Cal- CHEVROLETOLDS
I Mrs.E. W, Hayes We'll Steam;. Clean Anythingll vin Griffls, Raiford; and Mrs. TOP' SALESMAN
Roofs; Houses; Mobil. Homes; Sandra Crawford, Lawtey.
Mr. .and Mrs. Don Joiner
and daughter Greenwood,S.C. Paint Stripping 9645771 Out-of-town guests at the Starke's Billy Graham has become a top salesman In (the Wishes You: A
will be the weekend guests of. Edens-Howell wedding on Nov. past seven years for Lori Lynn Sportswear, a division of Very HappyTNKG1MNG
Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof 12 were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Washington Manufacturing Co., Nashville, Tenn.
Anna, 111. were weekend Walnwright, Green Cove Graham was tops in dollar sales in the entire United
Mr. and, Mrs. Ernest Parksof guests of Mr and Mrs..' L. C. Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. States the week of Sept. 12, competing with 46 other clothing -
Villa Rica. Ga. are guestsof Early. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer salesmen over the U.S. He covers 55 counties in Floridaand
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeagerfor 'Raised and John Van Koolbergen Is on the road four days every week. For his Septemberfeat
the long weekend.Mr. Mrs. G.J. McGrl f, Sr. returned of Jacksonville, Rev. E.M. Graham won 200,000 Top Value trading stamps.
Tuesday, from a month's Howell Folkston Ga., Mrs. This past week Graham won the New Account Contest fora
''and Mrs. Jerome Edwards visit with her son and family, Steve Hendrix of Nahunta, Ga., period of two months, opening 26 new accounts In his 55
and family of Naples Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Patton of counties. Since he's been a salesman he has opened 508
are Thanksgiving weekend Gruff In Milwaukee, Wis. Gainesville Mrs. Jackie Holland new accounts In Florida. In 1965 he won a trip to Mexico
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill of Tallahassee, and Mr. City for the greatest percentage of increase in sales

Edwards. -- ........ and Mrs. Dale Crosby of Since 1968 he has sold for his firm over half a million
-ftf- Apopka.' dollars in sales. Graham's goal this year is to break the
$750,000 mark. His ultimate goal Is the million dollar classto
Terry Walters Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Good- equal two salesmen in Oklahoma and New York.

man and Mrs. Wayne Harperand ....c-
d6 1 son, Timmy will leave
PROFESSIONAL Nov. 22 for Chicago, HI. to
Gary Hamilton of Atlanta,Ga.
PHOTOGRAPHER Mrs. Ewell Lawson and
attend the wedding of the Good- son,
I mans' daughter, Harriet, to is spending from Wednesday to Jimmy Lawson, visited Mrs.
Sunday with his Mr.
parents Lawson's grandsons
Steve Mulder on Saturday, Nov. Randy
I. Creative Weddings r' 25. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. Lawson in J Keesler AFB Hos-

'.* Casual Portraits & +w Among those from here attending pital In Blloxl, Miss and Mike ,
R.V.. Turner spent the week- Lawson at the Eglin AFB Hos-
Locally Licensed + end In Valdosta Ga. with his the retirement banquet pital at Fort Walton Beach on soabr
r for State Attorney,Ted Duncanin
sister, Mrs. W.T. Brinson who Tuesday; and Wednesday of last
r:* Satisfaction Guarantee 4 Is a patient In Plneview General Gainesville last.Thursday week. Both boys were badly I..
Hospital. night were: Sen. and Mrs. hurt in a recent motorcycle i '',.4..
Coll).,964.6661 (Daytime).. Charley E. Johns, Rep. and accident. ,w ,
Mrs. Eugene F. Shaw, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. James Barron
,Or Collect
J37&V0414 Mrs. Gilbert S. Brown, Mrs.
were In Tallahassee over the Mr. and Mrs. David Chrls-
(Gainesville) After'S' P.M. weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Darby, Judge and tophers and daughters of Fitz-
Mack Barron and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George L. Patten, and gerald, Ga., Capt and Mrs.
ift- **- *
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews.
v h! palo Lacuyo. Bobby Allen of Fort Sucker ,+
h Ala., and Mr and Mrs. Harry
W.'" Steam Clean Anythingll Stalling and children of
: I Roofs; Home; Mobile Homes; Gainesville are Thanksgiving c46y1
\. .( Paint Stripping 964.5771 guests Dinkins.of Mr. and Mrs.Charles

Mrs. W.E. Dowling gave a Mrs. W.F. Herlong has as
dinner party Saturday; night at Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and
"M' her home on Lafayette street Mrs. F. V. Herlong, Mr. and
I for the birthdays; of her grandson Mrs. Mark W. Herlong,Mr.and
\, V ,., FIRST John David Andreu, and Mrs. W. II. Stelnmeyer, Mr. w I,
son-in-law, James Knight. and Mrs. Billy Steinmeyer, and
'<' ;j. Ten members of the family Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hitch
: enjoyed the affair. and their children, all of Jacksonville i
Remember .

'. IS Mrs. A. J. Barry; daughter,
Adrleanne: and son, Drew, and Mr.' and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe
j Mrs. F. H. Kramer of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. James Hoppe ...BAIL.ID INS BETrER; J.lIJYS
'::,;, For 'Fh'e;' and.'MissnBeve'ily;" Patterson and family of;Tampa will .be' laif'' ie "."' > I -v .
x ,, Vw of last Wednes- weekend guests of,Mr.O. L. .
day to Saturday Disney Vrerld.r Beasley and Mrs..J.+' W.'IKIn-
... .. ra 7d .
cald.Mr. I IFHOBI
THE BRADFORD and Mrs. Paul Shupe
COUNTY TELEGRAPH and family of Merritt\ Island are
spending the weekend with her
Published every Thursday; mother, Mrs. R. F, Demorest
at 138 W. Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091 Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal-
ler visited Mr. and Mrs. Og-
Second Class postage paid den Bates in Jacksonville Sun- I ns got 505710 96U-T50O
} at Starke, FloridaSubscription day. -
.. Rates:
In trade area: $6.00 per Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hamll-.
'tI year; $3.50 six months ton of Orlando and Mr. and "Sooner Your
Mrs. V,. II. Thomson of Mon- or Favorite Dealer"
,i 1 Outside trade area: $7.00 ticello are Thanksgiving guestsof
t Per year; $4.00 six months Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamil

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.teoplt) !>ou3 .nobJ Junior ROTC Program ft .\ ," o :.?" '.,. .,I""", J.;,

Sought For Hi School .,. I A:... ., II

School senior prog-ram. He said schol- I ., ITT) FUEL
The Bradford County i'VlR
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rig- Mrs. Homer Lewis of Folks- arships are also available for
don and family of SeymourJohnson ton. Ga. was the weekend guest Board Is making application estab-to graduates of the program. ,INti1 .. BILLS
authorities for
AI-U, N. C. spent the week- of Mr. and Mrs. L. N.: PIck- military ROTC The school board he said,
lishment of a Junior
end with her parents, Mr.Mrs.and ering. Reserve Officer Training would furnish guidance, fundingof ( { I: GO
w- Brown.
Mrs.nigdnn George and children remained Miss Kathy Myers of Tal- Corps) program at Bradford about $9,000 toward the salaries -
of the Instructors and facil- v.DOWN
be home for the High School. "' ,
lahassee will
for the week and :.SjU Klgdon
ities for training. He said the
will return for the weekend. long weekend. Details of the program were ( :
explained at last week's board facilities at Camp Blanding and
will also have as
The Browns
guests over the weekend Mr. James F. Barry of Miami meeting by Bill Dampler, a the Starke Armory could be \ --tol. j
and Mrs. Ralph K. Brown of and Mrs. W. C. Mclver and local teacher, who Is also a utilized In the program. .,
Hobert Turner of Gainesville captain In the National Guard. Chairman Rodney Hall endorsed -
]Kcdkey, Ind.George
the and said
will be among the family Dampier said the Junior program
Wilson and Mrs. He- Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and three-year program Is set up that although it might be a
lines of the senior year or two before It couldbe
along the
Ion Eggar of Miami were Mrs. Jack Hutledge at KIngsley
of Lake. ROTC, and that a class of 100 activated, suggested that the
Thursday to Monday guests
boys from 14 to 17 years of age board make application as soon
D. Yeager.
Mr. and
to U. S. Army offi
as possible
Albert Gllsson is undergoing would receive a 96-hour course ,
Mooreof this week In the of military Instructions by q al- cials. M1fw
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. surgery '
After discussion In which' }f :
Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville V. A. Hospital.Mr. If led Instructors.He :
members Johnnie B. Thompson -
said the boys will develop
Charles Moore of Lake City, _
and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and Mrs. R. W. Under- self-pride, teamwork, confi- and Seeber Goodman spoke rte
and family of Wildwoodwere 111 and family of IndlatIantic dence and leadership ability and favorably on the proposal,
will, after completing the board voted unanimously to ap-
Sunday dinner guests of are spending the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Moncrlef. course, gain credits toward becoming ply for the program.
an officer through the

Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglasof Dr. R. E. Dopson attendeda Winter Darkness
Tallahassee 1 ) and Gary I.n-; Chiropractor Seminar, Nov. Yearbook Sale L GSIEGOIL
nls of Louisville Ky. will be 2-4, In Miami. .
Thursday to Saturday guestsof Set Monday At Increases DangerLonger t I.i!?
Dr. and Mrs. II. G. Uollln- Miss Jean Mundy of Talla- _
hassee was home for the week- ,
ger. of darkness
Bradford hours
end. High means Increased danger to drivers Defensive
Mrs. L. D. Vining visited and pedestrians, the Flo- Top HOME HEATERS
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vlnlng Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stearns Subscriptions for the 1972 rida Highway Patrol warns mo .
In 1'alaUta over the weekend. were visiting relatives In Orlando ''''''''
Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. Bradford be taken High at School an annual yearbookwill assembly torists. These are six outstanding drlv.r't .d students that have.. completed a Driver.. Improvement .:. .....ul '-" tr

Monday, Nov. 27, according "The reduced number of daylight Court offered at the Voe-Tech Center. Th.s. students rated superior. a.course that 47 "'" '.
Tullle Norman was visiting to Mrs. Susan Moody, hours will Increase the high school driver's.. education students took. ,\ ,, .-, .J
her daughter Mrs. B. J.
Know Someone In ACti tggcrs: in Jacksonville Thurs- yearbook Students advisor.will be given Just the by percentage motorists of night and the driving accident done Thy are 'from (I l-r), bottom; Paul Parsons, and Jim Johns; middle row Laura Bright, Diane I

day to Sunday. one opportunity to place an rate Is higher during the hoursof Catkins, Nancy Bob, and Ada Harper, and two Instructors; Steve.. Bushore and Rodger Skelton.Six ::1
order for a yearbook, darkness. Dusk has a way
PE Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta Moody says. No extra books of sneaking up on drivers and Bradford High Driver's dents and .Voc-Tech Director Students that passed the course ................#' I
and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. will be ordered. catching them with their day- Education Students proved to led Ogles' granted the use and received a certificate can ri r
Moore of Blackshear, Ga. are Students absent from school light habits still In use," the be superior defensive drivers of the facilities on an experimental benefit up to 20 percent Insurance I
Hove. them call the CRISIS i Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Monday will be contacted by the patrol said. after rating superior In Driver basis. discounts, says Skelton.An ,1'IJIIfIp
i Mrs. J. W. Kitch. annual staff upon their returnto There were 976 fatal acci- Improvement Course, spon- Skelton believes that with the adult defensive driving '
any time day or school and given an opport- dents at night In Florida during sored by the National: Safety success that they had with the course will be offered .\.ov. 30 I
night 804 SW 2nd Ave. I George Huggins was speakerat unity to order. 1971 which was an Increase of Council held at the Bradford course It will now be a regu- and Dec. 1, all day sessions. :
for help with a variety of the Jacksonville Beach Gar- On Tuesday !Nov.\ 28,students II percent as compared to the Union Area Voc-Tech Center. lar part of Driver's Ed. *, That's right. You get' better -
life's problems. den Club meeting Tuesday must verify their orders by previous year and nearly one The six are Paul Parsons, Of 47 students taking the Deep. I IhiHrii oiulcmn IMPrimuilv .heat with less cost with
I morning. paying the total yearbook priceof half of these accidents occurred Diane Gaskins, Ada Harper, course 44 passed. The ones ,', alt huoch: lur sump''' or the famous Siegler 011
PHONE $6. Seniors who want their between 5 and 8 p.m. Jim Johns, Nancy Uabb and that failed will have another IK, it'K H .>gnat: > WP dream of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B Godwinof on the cover of According to the Patrol when Laura Bright. chance and the failure docs! not 'ul"llll1l!. Home Heater. Imaginative
376-4444 Arcadia and Miss? Cheryl a year will be charged a driving under average condi- This course was instructedby hurt the grade for the sti'dent. ,engineering is the reason,

Godwin of U. of I*, are spend- total price of$7. tions at 60 m.p.h., it takes Roger Skelton of the \oc- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- vyith inner heat tubes that
ing the long weekend with rel- Persons who do not have about 265 feet to stop. Drivers Tech as a standard eight hours v- j capture the heat from the
GAINESVILLE atives here. children In school may orderan were warned not to overdrive course. Students spent a total heart of the fire, and pow-
$8 to Mrs. they of 12 hours In class for the RADIOAND
annual by sending their headlights or may BILL'S C.B. erful blower that delivers a
Moody In care of Bradford High find themselves suddenly faced course.
School. A receipt will be mail- with an emergency for which The course was approved by E3UIPVENT carpet of warmth at floor
GNLTfliERVuI& ed. they cannot stop. BUS Principal Charles I'rnn- level. Fiber glass filter on
321 N. Temple Ph, 964 8346 Ph. 964.8361
cis for driver's education stu- or ,many models keep your


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School Building. BC, Courthouse:_ To Be ClosedThe

Bradford County Court,* The Starts city; hall, the Florida -
Bank wt'-Starke, the Community -
house will be closed Thursday
(From Peg 1))
and Friday Nov. 23 and 24, ; State Bank of Starke

i are housed across the street slant unit Into each teacher: unit t.t(, 1 1 for the Thanksgiving holidays, and Loan First Association Federal: and Savings other retail and-
of.I. according to Clerk Gilbert
from the high school, one Interested alloted. This year If goes to S. businesses will close
In education' for any some $4,700, from $1,050: Just Brown. Thursday only but will be open
reason can have Ms attention three years ago. tl for business, as usual, on Friday -
held for hours These new state funds can, .I.
by the out-going Williams Nov. 24.Bradford .
superintendent's description of SupC Casey explained, be usedto schools will close
what might happen, the various/ replace or to keep the seven (From Page 1)) for their traditional two-day
I Plans that can be brought to academic units BUS will lew Thanksgiving holidays Thursday
1 fruition at tho high school he next year. By losing the units differently" says Williams of and Friday.
J described last week, for Instance Casey means they will no long A i a 1, r rt 4 the ERA amendment "Nobody
a beautiful sounding er be funded under the 4ih really knows what It is."
1 mall effect that can be achieved Minimum Foundation Program.But Twenty-two; states have already IFAOCIIMATIIMQI
after Phase m Is complete. schools can pay from localor + approved the equal rights
Then he added: "That's Just other available funds as many amendment. It takes 38 statesto I I
one Idea. Tomorrow some teachers as It can afford. officially adopt the amend-
thing else may seem to fit At any rate, Casey points, ,,, ment. Cov. Reubln Askew says
! better." new phase m at the high school 25: state I legislatures will
Another Interesting plan Is will place&apt.-ElectJIm: meet between now and the time
that the present high school and ple in a position of being ableto Florida's lawmakers gather In
middle school can be switchedor chose his future course In b regular session next April. If
;VOlp-flopped," since both school construction. Casey 16 of those legislatures adopt
will have about the same number believes Temple will see fit to the amendment any action Flo-
of square feet after phase m of. continue the building program, rida's might take In April wouldbe
BUS Is finished. Right now, adding that the school board will 962 Years meaningless Askew points
Casey doesn't know what he'd really have to make such de- ti
mend. cisions. Temple has Indicated This group of retires of Florida Stat. Prison, representing to be an annual affair, at Sheriff John Whitehead's farm out.Gov.. Askew said Monday the

Placing the high school at the several times ho thinks the high 962 years of service, h.ld their first reDnlon on Saturday night, November 18. (Photo by: R.P. McL.ndon) Legislature should ratify the
present middle school would school has been two long Ignored ERA amendment because It has
make,the vo-tech complex much In erecting new school ter- $6.0(1u. adequate maintenance. Morgan ployed. a "very Important place"- In
closer and more convenient for buildings. He points out every 4)) Landscape Phase m,sidewalks recommended hiring an outside Maintenance has been for the Constitution. But opposi- t.
high school students to change student In the county; must pass entrance to Phase U- firm to maintain school coolingand years due to a severe lack What does the Constitutionsay tion to the amendment Is saidto
classes. Increasingly larger through the high school. $1,500.' heating systems terming of funds a low budget Item for about the separation of be mounting. State Senate
numbers now must walk from When Phase m was being :5)) Area drainage to the rear the Job too much for the one the school board. Ithaslncrea- church and bingo? President-designated Mallory
the high school to vo-tech to discussed by the school board and south side of Phase 1- man the school board has em ..-rt trreatlv in recent years. Horne.rEXPmiEmEDMAi ,
change classes. two weeks ago It was pointedout $2,500.:
to the board that $412.550 Item one, Casey points out, -
Present recommendations by is available from $425,000: In Is the base bid of Phase HI. Holliday Suit. j i ANCt I '
State Department of Education bonds recently sold for the con- Other Items Including the !
planners Is to make area voca- struction. Construction costs science lab case work can be JIM LAWSON
tional-technical schools such. were set at $420.000 with ar- eliminated If necessary Ca- (From Page 1)) j t PERSONNELNEEDED
as one on Orange Street into chitect's fees expected to run sey points out,noting that$337- In her bill of complaint flied
all adult educational complexes. the cost to around $450,000 000 for base construction Is well in Tallahassee Mrs. Holliday count of said ballots to deter- AT ,, THE FURY OF
High schools are being causing some to see a money below the $412,550 available. alleges ". upon Informationand mine wherein the error lies." THE WEATHERThr
urged to duplicate vocational crisis. Next year, due to the Constitutional belief that the ballots cast She asks the court to Impound t GENERAL ELECTRIC t
facilities. Casey sees no need But Supt. Casey points out amendment passed for the Candidates for the Houseof the ballot boxes and the \\iMthii' I i" a 'tapir i.firwliiv
for such duplication In a county; that Phase n construction costs Nov. 7 continuing to allow motor ballots pertaining to the Nov. ; i iMMi'i-Mitimi, 1111"II; l / .i
Representatives District 25, Iniu'H the
as small as Bradford.To ,have been estimated as follows: vehicle license taxes to be were not properly and correctly 7 General Election In Brad- IN THE FOLLOWING SKILLED AREAS: In wi'iithcirnn iifiipk-'ho I In' ln.litmus
I of
that end next year Bradford J 1) 16,000 square feetof building pledged for school construction counted In Bradford County so ford County for the contested O, Hie uiMthrr I is n frlghti-iilim/ fuiv /
School will lose seven bonds. The Income-debt ratio office, and order 1. Industrial And Commerical .
High and approximately 3,500 that an Incorrect and Improper a recount of Refrigeration. thin); A|"I'I'"inuoI'I< ," 711.111111(I
academic teacher units and square feet of overhang$337000. ,- was also reduced from 1.33 to result of said election in Brad- the ballots. 2. Machinist p 'I'MUMS urnicpiiili'd, killed' hv
the vo-tech will gain seven, an 1.12 meaning if a school dis- ford was reported and The complaint concludes witha .I .1 \clcu\r\ nlinh r.iUshrd p.uls
even exchange except It places 2) Four science labs counters trict borrows one million dollars turned." She further alleges re- request that Mrs. Holliday be 3. Electrician of liuli.i In 'IBU4.
more emphasis on vocationalthan and chemical resistant top It must have revenue of that ". If said ballots. found to be entitled to the office 4. Boiler Room An pi'nnixp HNaiftcr '
academic education.But, at only $1.12 million Instead of of (House of Representatives. "(*
desks$60,000. had been properly and correctly I rni'i'I'll uhrn /ii niluiiphipptil, ,
the same time the state Is 3)) Sub-surface test and me- the previously required $1.33 counted, reported and returned District 25, and that a decreeto "I'| /11 id.11 I \\.a;1I' |lit |RK2.// \\lriihlimit
placing more funds per instruc thods of controlling ground wa- million. then the Plaintiff would have had that effect be entered by the CONTACT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE MONDAY 'Illdi i It ui.I'stim.ilril' I
Next Casey out, Court,, ". and if that : llMinnii
year points sufficient votes to be declaredthe the said THROUGH ipptii\iin.iM 1"1"
the Bradford school board could successful candidate." Frank Williams has been com- A THE HOURS j '.nillot I I their IIM-S ii.- tin ivsultof
FARM SUPPLY BUSINESS FOR rebond itself for $590,000 more The complaint states that fol- missioned or has entered upon r OF 8 A.M. 4:30: P.M. the Nave rumhhrltl"n'line. .
Indebtedness. But is the duties
he not lowing the election Mrs.Hol thereof or Is holding
recommending that route stat- the office then a Judgment Decree Wo'ii'. n"tI"I'IUIII. our
liday "lawfully endeavored to Plant Is Located 12 Miles A
SALE IN STARKE ing building funds could be derived protest the said election together of Ouster Is entered against t North Of pi.uc fIr liiisinc- limit Uidii.1.'c'l'k
from Increased state such party." \\' likc Ii /a rtiliimIn, ui\i: > HIM',
funds coming to the with the returns and The Canvassing Board Gainesville On Highway 441 "II-''nn"" '. (tI hi-: "1'1'.> brat pnKSifole ,-
Selling Feed, Seed, Fertiliser, And Gen.ral county. certificates of the Inspectors ,, .
HTlii' Lit
Farm Supplies Have Purina Dealership.Good The out-going superintendentthinks as canvassed by the Bradford WIlliams will be representedIn e t vUU.I \!, m wink furi
: it Imperative too, that County Canvassing Board but the suit by County Attorney ra
Location. Will Sell Inventory, Build Bradford County establish an the said board failed and refused Eugene: F. Shaw. ee

ing Can B. Leased. adequate maintenance program. to accept the protest of the Judge Patten said, "I do n...
Architect Don e t
such Morgan a move at recommended the- plaintiff that although plaintiff asserted feel that the allegations In this General &gf/ Electric t
the said
election returns protest sufficiently allege any
CONTACT J. M. EDWARDS JR. last board meeting telling the were erroneous and fraud." In his order he said An Equal Opportunity Employer ITA m.H.OKID
board It will have air-condi plaintiff has been unable to obtain that the protest Is Insufficient j
PHONE 964-6096 e STARKE tioning problems until it has a review of the ballots 'as a matter of law and shouldbe U.S. 301 NORTH

,. ,,' and the said returns and a re- rejected. .ems .or PHONE 9647500t1
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Askew Dedicates Lake Butler Scouts Senior PlanComing Girl'

Reception And Medical Center Events FLORIDATHEATRE"

J Plan were made for coming
3 event In Senior Scouting by the
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i Senior Planning Board comS -
Headed by Gov. Rubin Askew S prised of Senior Girl Stouts,
an array of state executive ? from several North Florid
t and legislative officials I counties at the Pratt Street lle-
connected with Dlvliion of Corrections j creation Center on Saturday Fri., Sat. Nov 24, 25
activities turned out Nov. 18.
for the dedication of the Lake 1 Miss Gaye Chambers of Jacksonville -
Butler Reception and Medical a y r ,y president of theSenlor
i Center at 1:30: p.m. Wednesday Plwdng. Board, presided over
Nov. 15.The I line meeting. Refreshments
j two-story concrete block I were served by members a
hospital facility required<< more I Stark Senior ;troop: No. 578.
than 2 1/2 years to build. Labor
for the 150-bed hospitalwas '
provided by Inmates, cutting Ar 301DRIVEIN
construction cost from an ?
estimated $3 million to less
than$1.5 million.
With Its red brick columns *
and trim, the new hospital has -
48,000 square feet of floor

' space, two modernly equipped r kf Fri., Sat. Nov. 24,25 Just a person who
intensivecare ,
operating rooms an '
! unit to accommodate six S protects children and
patient rooms, 18 two-bed Turkey Winner other !living things'
wards, and 15 multiplebedwards. 4
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In his dedication address li I' M Mt Pictured above are Mrs. Eugene Tanner, chairman of BII.I.YJACk

Gov. Askew paid tribute to the the Public Affairs Committee of the Starke Woman's Club,
inmates, gathered in a _aa
group '_ and Police Chief Kenneth selected
for the ceremony, who workedon ti Fuqua as they the
j the project. Bricks for the i' recipient of a Thanksgiving turkey given away by the
building were manufactured by J: Starke Woman's Club. Mrs. Shollie Cede was the lucky
Inmates at another correctional winner. TOM LAUGHLIN

Institution.Reception Center Superintendent Cor. Reubln Askew delivers oddress at 'dedication of the Lake Butler. Reception and Mod Two runaways young i .TtcHt[ cgioa',h....,,.wlZt...fG JiJ...........

A.F. Cook, In commentIng roo'l c.nt.r lo.t. Wednesday. .
on the hospital facility,said 2 Women, One Man lost In,thewilderness ,

"We're shooting for accreditation _. MATINEES
as soon as we've had one
year of required operational Share Football CashFirst 44qINCREDIBLE .Sat. At 1 And 3
experience." If this status is I -
attained, he said, the Lake Sun.
At 3
be 55 and Mrs. Hobbs went for
Butler facility will be one of three way tie the Telegraph
the five In the nation so honor Football Contest for 53 points as the Ue-bnaker.
Lake Butler was the highest
Cash has experienced happenedIn
ed.Gov.. Askew termed the hospital the ninth week, dividing the scorer beating Baldwin 54-0.
a sign of the "new spirit"In $100 three ways between two Each missed by one. rT I
the prison system and said women and one man as the Four women have won or
It would not only provide medical weaker sex continued to come either shared In the winnings MGM0gWIIAT'FU
care for prison Inmates, c In strong guessing the games from the contest surprising
but would also be a training Roger Kelly, son of tax collector Kansas City being defeated .:=! *'*
ground for other Inmates who J. R. Kelly Mrs. PeggyH. San in ';*!<' N.PpY Bon.Afy I oM.
can find gainful employmentin Thomas, wife of Herb Thomas by Diego professional ,.Srhe ? '
football was one of the major \oUd4 Entergrnmenl
the free world.Commenting former major league /
upsets of the twenty; guessers. T 1 !
on the programto baseball player and Mrs. MG-M presents
build 28 community cor- Gladys Hobbs, wife of J. C.
rectional centers In the State, Hobbs, principal at Southslde TfoE' ,.'
I Askew said that since last Elementary, all won $33.33 My Neighbors I <
July, the Inmates involved In from the Telegraph. TECHNICOLOR O[
the work-release plan had earned Kelly missed the Kansas,UJlS".COIC roaw CHIlsrNl8S'R18r !
a total of $5.3 million and City-San Diego game and the C
had paid taxes amount- FSU-SC game along with Mrs. C L. Plus
ing to $800,000. He said the Thomas Mrs. Hobbs also
working inmates had also paid missed the FSU-SC game and
various court costs, had paid the Indiana-Iowa State game "Elvis Charro .
the State for their keep, and Kelly and Mrs. Thomas .
had contributed about$500,000to ? guessed the highest score would \ [ASTIWICOlOI" ,
the support their families. \
"The whole Idea reduces the d' VOIV'S The Time Sun;,' Mon. Nov. 26, 27 '
cost to the state, and it Is the h A ...... -
humane thing to do," the Governor -

Louie laid.L. Walnwrlght Director From left Gov. Askew, Secretary Roberts, and Dr. Carlos Hornandos unveil dedication To Plant "Swinging'lligh ( I

of the Division of Correct- plaque for the,now. .hospital. .... _. __ ... -.a. -=PLJJS -a. _..j.lL
Ions'introduced tf Governor.I ., > ... > ., ,,, ,. .-V, \
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I J.oOqu'an.PUI I 4 'C'yon!' b'QCmer;director : '"M?' .,' ........ I""IN',- ..;..'' 'r"'''.J'. '.'"t '' 'ManlavJKif'hate;' t begun>to "" .
\i .. ... : of the division.' served #. I} change color becdUse'of short "and. for'heavens? sake.,' "The-Love Pirate"r If '' .
: days and Cool nights. you useit! .
I I as master of ceremonies. : CATTLE-RUSTUNC CASE r- '
onion Emmett S. Roberts, secretary do not relish a lrown. clingy .
of the Department of Health lawn during the winter months
and Growers
Florida Nurserymen
and Rehabilitative Services
SETS Lb. .39 said that the Governor has pro- Association (FNGA) suggest
vided the leadership toward developing LAKE BUTLER Two Railord men are in the Union you plant winter rye grass. isIi1iatMki.
Bu. 3az 850 the Florida prison system County jail in a cattle rustling case. The correct rate for seed Is
Into the best In the nation. Held under $300 bond each by County Judge A. L. Driggersare ten pounds per thousand
Following the program, a Stanley Alvarez, 25, and James Alvarez, not related. square feet. The seed does
GRASSSeedLb. guided tour was conducted They are charged with the larceny of a cow on Aug. 17 not need covering. It should r
through the new facility. from the pasture of Howard Roberts of Lake Butler. be watered or hosed down lightly
Sheriff John whitehead was assisted in the case by resident every day until germination
;1;:::::$$::::::::;:::::::::::;::::::::::::>>> :> occurs. When the grass is one
Agent Carl Miles or the Region II criminal investigative and a half to two inches long,
deoartment. of a mixed 607 E. BROWNLEE
J6 JacksonvilleDirectory a light application ST.
Seed Lb. fertilizer can be applied. .
Should soft wet places develop
50 Lb. 6.49 tNILIt'f111.i"C' In the grass that appearto PH. 961 8077
be cobwebby then you have
101' b11.99 damptng-off fungus. This can
.. be controlled by spraying the
grass with Daconll. Following
these procedures as mentionedfor ,NOW!
Auto Sales and Service
r planting rye should give
you a green carpet around your

Parruh Motor home Now for is the an holidays.excellent time to The Many Hours Of, ;Planning A

SALES! set a new s''! .....e tree on your

Spechxide PARTS SERVICE .VOLVO home suggest evergreen Most nurserymen type- Lot Of Hard Work! ,A nd A Lot Of

such as Live Oaks, Magnolias
teeth or Laurel Oaks. There are Years Of Dreaming Has EndedIn
asiaa// Always Good Used Can hundreds ,of others availableto

.-...-. Ut Laera St.- -' Ph. 35S M Newly help live.the set environment Plant trees are a tree like In young whichwe now! Ernest Allen's New Store. He, '.

'-:.:;;-'- r1CONTROLS:: ;:= AUTO PEAVY ELECTRIC Brothers in They order need to tender produce loving Is Now Ready To :Serve CustomersIn

shade for your enjoyment. A

MANY Electric Co., tree should that not has be been fertilized newly for set His Nero Location.

INSECTS INCLUDING Alternators StartersGenerators Everyone Had A Holiday at least a month after plant-
Regulator Ing. If the tree Is tall and

ROACHES AUTO ---..-.TRUCK But The Fish! slender the It tree is advisable trunk with to support guy ERNEST HAS A LARGE

5 Oz. 1457 DIESEL wires in order for it to remain
4344 L.nox"''Av, Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. TerwilUgor, Jr. and Mr. and Mri. stable in strong winds. The SELECTION OF HIGH
Pt3.77 87-2528 John Myers returned Friday from a holiday in Key Wott. movements ,the trunk will
Among tho fish displayed Is a six foot, nine inch sail fish break loose newly emerged
roots delaying the establishment QUALITY MEAT SUCH
Qt. 6.67 _. caught by Mrs. Myers; two 90-pound grouper, and several of the tree. AS :

YAMAHA PIANOS dolphin, tuna, .king mackerel! amberjack, bonito, and Select your tree with care,
shark. examine it for scars, and Improper
/New CONN ORGANS and KIMBALL! pruning wounds, scale Grade ABacon Strip
Insects, bore holes, and weak
PECANPICKERS crotches. After all, It'. your

Robt. K. Wheeler Services Friday you money want you a tree are that spending will remain and Half r Or Hhole Side 591

cemetery with Brannen Funeral on your property for
Long Handle Robert K. Wheeler, 56, of Home of Lake Butler In charge years.ATTENTION .
Lawtey, died Sunday In the Lake -
Easy To Use Simply City Veterans Hospital after an Smoked Picnic

Tan Over To Remove extended. Illness. A native of WHOLE49U
Sparta Tenn. he had residedon .
Nuts From Basket K1MBALL "SWINGER-' Route I, Lawtey, since 1946. ADULTSNEW

ORGANS Surviving are his wife Elgie; WHITE BACON
NOW yeN .Matt388.8difFURNITURE .1Q
4.97 two daughters,Mrs.Fannie Mae QUARTER AT
Shemer Jacksonville, and Miss B.
Eileen Wheeler Lawtey; two
C4BBACE sons Randall .A., and Robert Bradford-Union Area' Smoked Knuckles t :
S. Wheeler, both of Lawtey; SOt
.PLANTSCOLLARD FURNITURE three brothers, Hamp P.
AT DBCOUN1 : Wheeler, Starke; Noma M., Vocational Technical ter
Nashville. Tent., and Jim
Onion Complete Wheeler Sparta Tenn.j two 600 N..Orange St. Country' Smoked
Household y sisters Mrs. Noval Mavewell,
FurnishingsUp Maemlvtlle Tenn.. and Miss 80t
Irene Wheeler, Hampton, Va.
,.r To 40% Savings and one granddaughter' ; NEW QUARTER BEGINS NOVEMBER 20 Sausage> .

ONTOIOaaecM Boxlcy Choir Co. Funeral services will be held .. Courses In Vocational EducationAnd

.co 649 Cossttt From 1.10J.cksonvii 1 Block at George Lake 2 p.m.Baptist Chum Friday Church the, with Klngsley Rev.Interment General Education Will Be Offered. t ea Food Oysters :Shrimp &: Fish\

Open AU Day Wednesday will follow in the church
Open flail
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v Wed., Thur., Fri.. & Sat.'
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The Sweefett Straivbtrrli ThU SU of Heavtit ,

I Win Over Eastside '

Indians: )Roll. BHS 8-2 Season

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Over Mayo High I


Ends Season f. I,i Area's

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The'.Keystone High School Indians Brannon, playing his usual game 2 kicks for
tan up 27 points on the of "knocking heads" was In touchdown. : Lineman
Scoreboard In the first half on 13 tackles and Interceptedone The indians' .. 17 I I IV II ..4j :; '. ;

against Mayo High School and pass. Co-Captain Byrd was upped their i l le lh' .. .
coasted the remaining two In on nine tackles and playedan Conference

quarters for a season-ending excellent game according Overall the t Of Week
33-13 win over the vlsltng Hornets. to Coach Roy Bayless. Bay 5-4-1 record for ,
less also singled out seniors .
Seniors Jack Sheffield and Larry Knepper Larry,.Vaughan son. ., ( i ,;.ft. Bradford High grlddor Vernon -

Bobby Hurner. playing In their and Kyle Owens as playing .. Barber linebacker andGalnesvlll.
last high school game led the "really great" in .their last Mayo received .. .', Pat Padgett wero
offensive show for the Indiana game. l kickoff and o I selected by the Gainesville Sun
Sheffield scored on a 10-yard Completing the Indian'sscoring fensive series as the High School offensive
run and was on the receiving were TVs by Larry With the [ and defensive football players
end of a Horner aerial for an Turknett and Bobby J!Gray son. Sheffield keying of the week of the 1972! season. '.
other. Horner also scored one Turknett's score came by vir- running game Barber is a 5-11, 185:; pound
himself on a five-yard keeper tue of a ,Horner fumble after yards In two senior linebacker who sparked
i IShemeld rushed for ISO Hurner had picked up 15 yards quarterback I r Starke's tenacious defense in
yards'In only 14 carries: Shah on a keeper. Turknett scooped pleted Ms first I ) r rt the Tornadoes 21-6 win over
field's second TD will be remembered up the loose ball on the Mayo game for 14 Eas talde.
by Keystone fans 23 yard line and dashed In down. However ) "Vernon was all over the
for several,, seasons. Hauling to score the Indians second wasto, be field making and helping make
In a Horner screen pass late TD of the game. Grayson, who plays later the Woyno Tton gets this pas from Eddie Hoxen is blocked by a hot Eastsid. defender tackles," Head Tornado,David
in the fourth quarter Sheffield also kicked good on 3 of- 4 forced to give last Friday night. Hurse reported _
really showed his style of running extra point attempts; scored a stubborn Indian "He had his best game ofa

by slipping through several his Interception.TD on a 73 yard pass Mayo's punt malntaln !its one point lead. third and six situation from nadoes ran out of downs and season that's Including[ several -
Hornet would-be tacklers, yards and As Bradford's defense was 24. Quarterback Eddie Hazen were forced to turn the ball great games. He made
reversing directions, tiptoeing Mayo's scores were made offensive [ air and found tackles several times on the
first having its problems, so was then went to the over.
through the sideline and finally by Jimmy Wlnburn Hornet and Timmy its own 16. the offense. In the first half, Wayne Testone all alone on the Staying on the ground East- opposite side of the field after
Kelly "
diving Into the endzone. Land streaked quarterbackDean play of;) the jame Bradford could manage only goal line. The pass, however side moved the ball down to he was blocked.
for the score bullet a 15-yard drive would 49 yards rushing against the hit Testone In the worst posVornon the Tornadoe 43 yard line before "lIe's a fantastic footballplayer
to Winburn and Kelly's
Middle linebacker Todd pass On a well quarterback Poncho Sullivan lie with
Brannon shared TD was on a three yard team'we've seen said
defensive honors Sheffield netted fumbled the snap from any ,
with senior Steve Byrd. run. Land wu good on 1 of Eastside Coach Kabblt Smith
center and Billy Bigham recovered -
(See Page ) for Bradford on the praising Barber.
Tornado 37 Barber has over 100 tackles
yard line.
J'r Bradford threatened late In this season. lie runs the football -
the halt as defensive end Terry 40 yard dash In 4.6 "la
Wins ., Hayes overshadowed the Ram extremely quick and loves contact -
passer. Sullivan hurried his ," llune addvd. "he's.a.

I .;-, n pass only to have Hayes reach definite college prospect.
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Mw.> high Into the air and latch Barber's performance edged
I I i onto It. The interception end- Cross City's Ken .Griner,
And Small ed a Ram threat and game Brad Gainesville's. Joe Camps l and
Fry t Keystone Heights' Todd Uran-
ford a first down on the Eastside -
43 yard line.[ non for weekly honor.- _
,, On second down Wayne Ts- ,aAthertop, area ,performer:
Kentucky'"' ledn'Ch' ', ken'"arnl first 'l half, ''Jerry Lock'"''took; a : J tone caught a''screen pass.,from l,..;& eMwenoerwl. 'x.aat'

i Community; Bank finished the' Hartdoff''from Bill Goodge and COMMUNITY : Hazen and picked up 17 yards OP'INIi Laa. ana CI>arlM M.ICB, ''i
regular season with Identical broke one for 40 yards. Goodge ANDREWS DRUGS ) ? to move the ball down to the Cadric Moro[.Vouna. ,/,Cnarii. MM'Jkd*'frown; Jo.. fti Vvomwt.*OMrt.McClaMan :
7-4-1 won-lost records necessitating ,then ran for the extra point Community 8)"t '' 26. Time ran out on the Tornadoes Warne room. 61/nqr/Me. eM
efeilvdV. ,
a playoff to determinea and at half. time KFC trailed, Ne wlnWby as offsides call movedthe ,' / Sfrnnia. novmnt Oaia. (LAM*rffwn,Bullart AitrrdWalmnt ''
league-ohampion In Small 78. KFC t4l pigskin back to the 31 yard tests Hurnar Jack Sholfitltt. ...._
knowledge that Mn ht" Jimmy Mruftiantf.' w.liia akar.
Fry FootbalL Only score of the second half line. 'Intarlacftan C The championship game wu was by KFC's defense when or see the In the ;second half Eastside W.JittlV.... Tatfon rVltcftall. ,...ucnrtotfi.. \Data,Annum' *
Just u that -- a game of champions BUI Goodge Intercepted a pass KFC and win could do nothing against's Oary Molan, Trenton Aarianryanl. 'Ire
>In which neither team and returned It 35 yards for ting out Andrews tough defensive lino. On Antnonv Ttmmant,CgwPord.Je/l W..... Phttmon/ HQOI. Crekt.. Suva Ctly.
gave ground without a real bat- the winning TD. The Bank the Tornadoes' first possession Aer... ...*.../v.' Clint GriffinHawthorna. ,
tie.* Kentucky Fried Chicken The win by KFC moved their half time on the of the ball, Bradford moved T/m to/r". Da, .Moroi*i lone .Jimmy ter. Neeore W.-...,
(KFO won the tight contest record to seven wins,four losses ny Etherldge's down to the Eastside:; 25 yard cnneneOtfIwSE' ,
>12-0 to take the title. ,.and a tie. First Federal and the i line before three straight pass- Kaytlona ""a ". Jo eo0br* Prica Grayion Crow C""ly.:,
The bank team won the coin' ended Its season with three es fell Incomplete and the Hams "' ..Ae.... ......." .;' WMIiamv
toss and ek ted to receive wine. eight losses, and a tie. (See Page ) Barber (right) bring this Eottsid* man down took over. Narwin (. I.Handy.". leis C.....Buliar Tim,' itrauwr wavntWIMlamt ,

and promptly began to. move ........,., .. while Gray Flynn tries !hard to take the ball away from him. Following a 25 yard punt by Malvin. Fleurnev..'Ma0 Grton Cailit T. LaUon. DvnniMn.'VanCoatthna ,
,the ball. However the drive Eastside, Bradford regained the Jan Thamat Aaron Color. Chubby
'bogged down when KFC's defense k, li visitors with Malachi Henry slble placeright >In the num pigskin on the Tornado 45 yard Kally, Oonny Orlh.,6a>nat..ilMy '.,.

got tight and Community "v- picking up 47 of them. bersand fell Incomplete. line. On third down from the
Bank ran out of downs at KFC's : The second half was an entirely On a crucial fourth down play. 44, Malachi Henry picked up
10 yard line. Most of the entire d Gad different story as the Hazen passed to Henry coming 19 yards around right end for Neighbors
first half was played on Tornadoes nearl fan. the Rams out of the back field for an a first down on the Ram 37.
KFC's end of the field but off the field. Bradford's flred- 8 yard gain and a first down. On fourth down from the 33,, .r
finally opportunist KFC got up defense stopped Eastslde Bradford picked up another crucial
a big break on a pass Interception cold, allowing them only 16 Five plays later Malachi Hen- first down as Wayne Tes-
and before the half end- { yards total offesne in the final ry scored from one yard out tone caught a 12 yard pass ....-. ..
ed, Bill Coodge scored from two periods of play. to tie the game 6-6 with 4.17: on a curl pattern. Three plays ,:'t. I' -,
three yards out for a 6-0 lead. tirl While the Big Red defensewas remaining in the first period. later on third and three from '$1j'
The second half wu another doing Its Job so was the The Tornadoes then took slim the 14, Henry exploded throughthe l
give and take defensive struggle. offense Bradford piled up 146 one point lead as Gary Mel Ram line for his second TD '
Community Bank had one yards on the ground In the vln's attempt for the extra point of the night / r \
big opportunity to tie the game second half with fleet-footed was good. The extra point attempt was ,
when they had a first and goal Malachi Henry leading the way Lorenzo Lewis took the ensuring good and Bradford led 14-with
at KFC's 10 yard line but d with 114 yards on 14 carries. kickoff and returned It 1:09 remaining In the third per l
KFC stopped the drive with The senior tailback finished 32 yards out to his own 45 \
Just one minute left in the the night with a total 161 yards yard line. Lewis almost went a 20.yard kickoff re-
game. Community Bank on rushing and another 12 yardson all the way as Brad Carter "Shall I hold off prurtlri'
fourth down passed for the attempted Small Fry Flag Football Champs (! ) two pass receptions. who brought him down, was (See Page 9)) ',iI uflcr' the ICMm;?'.
tying; TD and almost Bradford made it 14-6 late the last man standing between
did It but the Intended receiver Greg Thornfon, Adam Lundy Andy Griff! In the third period as Henry Lewis and the goal line. Four
who was wide open In the Paul Hicks.''Standing: Ricky Griff! Bill broke loose for a 14 yard TD plays later, Bradford got Its Tornadoes Take
end "zone' simply dropped the Lock Mark Co wart, Hilton Colemon. sprint On their next possession first break of the game as Ma- I
ball.KFC Bradford struck again as lachi Henry picked oft a Ram
then took over on downsat Cray Flynn hauled In a 10yardTD pass on the Tornado 44 yard Florida Star Title
their own 10 and two plays Bantam pass from Eddie Hazen
later on the final play of the for the clincher. line.Unable to get an offense generated -
game, Jerry Lock broke one both teams exchanged Bradford High Tornado grid- representing district 2.
for 40 yards and KFC becamethe Most PHY-BY-PLAY punts with the Tornadoes finally den ripped 21-6 Into the Eastside "Now according to the Kickenson -
1972 Small Fry Football After Wayne Testone returned taking over on the Eastside [ Rams last Friday night to system we are conference
Champs. the opening kickoff 18 yards, 28 yard line after a short win the Florida Star Conference champion tied with SA
"The 1972 Bantam nag Foot one day and then 1 Eastside got its first break 13 yard punt by the Rams. Championship for the "-:'. with a 6-1 record, but we beat
SMALL FRY RESULTS MONDW \ ball Season came to >a close to Just fall apart of the game as the Tornadoes, Bradford picked up six yardson them so therefore we are the
NOY,13KENTUCKY I larector eek," says, Recreation Koch's won on second down, fumbled and second down as Billy Big- time since 1966. champs," says Head Football
FRIED t Gene burn. games: then for Lorenzo Lewis recovered for ham caught a short pass from St. Augustine beat Palatka. Coach David Har... _
CHICKEN 13 "We feel like It of of the season, the Rams on the BHS 40-yard Hazen along the right sideline. South 23-7 In St, Augustine To go through a season with1
FIRST FEDERAL 8 the most successful was one ever other game line. Two other passes to Bigham to put the Braves out of the a 9-1 record requires a good
Kentucky Fried Chicken ever In .seasons"Six& winning. Three running plays by Leo were batted away by Ram defensers race for conference champsbut ball club is well as some luck
maintained Its share of first many wajs. ;) Conner spoiled BHS chances of according to Hurse talking of
boys participated !in this nard Young over right tackle however and the Tor-
by downing First Federal 13- gram and it's obvious that pro-each gue's most moved the ball down to the going to the state play-offs) St. Augustine
8 but not before First Federalhad boy gained a more working luck team 17 yard line,where Young pickedup
put a scare on the league knowledge of the fundamen two games, won another 12 around left end. "The Ocala game set the tone
leaders. tals of football teamwork more before The senior fullback then scoredon for the rest of the year. said
This was a must game for sportsmanship." straight Conn the following play with a ((3r Hurse.
KFC and the way they played games to Koch's burst up the mlccle.: r "I think the thing that hurt;
In the first half especially Final game of the season was five points. Eastsld went for a two-point us >In the Ocala Vanguard game,
the first 23 minutes you would canceled due to Inclunate wea Starke Builders conversion but the pass fell (which BHS lost 21-14) Is the>
have thought they didn't needto ther. Brandinglronhadalready: good athletes but : Incomplete. The Rams led the fact that we played arood quarter -
trio cinched the championship while put things Tornadoes 6rO with 8:50: still against CHS In the Jambe e.
First Federal controlled the Koch's and Conner were tied ballgame and remaining !in the first period The players got too cocky over,
ball most of the first half, for second place. only two games Testone then took the following r that and they wore deflnetly not
beginning with theopeningklckotl In summary, the.season was avery In team scoring, kickoff for the Tornadoeson .v up for the Vanguard game plus)
Marvin Brown, nephew of peculiar one In the way was the leading Ms own 24 yard line and the fact we missed two starters '
Plttsburg's Larry Brown, took the teams went about recordIng scoring 155 points raced out to the 45 before for that. game,"commented.
the opening klckoff and ran It their won and lost record. of 14 per game ,.. being cut down by a host of 4t Hurse.
back to KFC's 20 yard line. Branding Iron Restaurant wu 140 BI 137. and tackier. An unnecessary Last year Palatfca went to the
Three plays later Kenny Clark the leader most of the way but In defense roughness call against the Rams state play offs representing! this
ran Into the end zone and a had the ever ominous pretence, gave credence to tacked on another yards and district with an 8-1 record
6-0 First Federal lead. of Koch'1)reathlnir: ) down their points of view gave Bradford excellent field "Its,, always tough'workl"";
Following the ensuing kickoff neck.. BI won !Its first five fense Is more position on the Eastside 40 yard"Carries with a predominately senior
KFC found themselves on games but then In a turn around good team but about lf of them war*'
their own two yard line and dropped the next three but came on top of the 1. by Malachi Henry starters as sophomore and w..
Kenny; Massey deflagged Jerry back to win Its final three, two up the fewest for 5 and 7 yards gave the were closer than most teams
Lock In the end zone for a of them over Koch's to claim was the second Tornadoes a first down on Ram In the Hurse.
safety; and First Federal led the championship. 119, 'and Builders :: ; 28 yard line. There Eastside's Starke's Malachi Henry l I. stopped for short yardage "Its past been, says a real pleasure t

80.Just Koch's Drug was up and down defense began to hold u Bradford lass Friday night by hard hitting EastUd Defense. coaching the team." stated
before the end of then They a great gam* (See Page ) found themselves with a Jlur...
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tdge scored on a 10 yard run
to make it 13-0 and late in
Gaines r
Tie In Men's Play w t er, I the game Craig Sapp scoredon
a 15 yard run for the final -
score of 19-0.
The win moved the Bank's
record to 7-4-1, Identical with
I In a very exciting and hard Badcock Furniture won the About the time one began to Badcock then duplicated KIt- we game was not over yet as KFC's and necessitated a one
fought gridiron battle flag pre-game toss and elected to wonder if either team was goingto chens five minutes 60 yard Badcock refused to quit and dida game playoff to determine the
stylo; and supposedly non-con- put the ball in play at their be able to stop the offensive drive with Rhodon scoring on beautiful job of moving the league championship.
20 yard line (there are no kickoffs Kitchens ball down field in the face of
tact; Kitchens TUe upset Bad- thrusts of the other a 40 yard run and Badcock.
cock Furniture 34-32 In Men's In men's flag). Badcock broke the ice by Killingthe trailed 19-27. much adversity but alas, with
promptly marched the remain- the clock running, out Ronnie
Flag Football last Wednesday third possession by Bad- On Kitchen's next possession ,
ing 60 yards for a TD with off Rhoden
night. cock when Johnnie Powell pick- following Badcock's Griggs picked pass
Marcus Rhoden capping the Rhoden and returned score, at the goal line and Kitchens
ed off
These two teams have definitely a pass Rhoden intercepted a to
I drive with the first of his five pass
It to Badcock's 25 yard had unset BadcQpk 34-32.
been the class of theMen's give Badcock the ball at Its
touchdowns and Badcock led
league all season and line. Kitchens Tile made goodon own 18 yard line, and then pro- Both teams have nowfinished +v
I Badcock's has been the First 60.Following the TD Kitchens this break which was pos- ceeded to drive 62 yards with the season with recordsof i
sibly the biggest play of the Rhoden 7 2 and a one game playoff
team most of the season. going In from five
Tile then put the ball in play at
I Going into this game played their 20 and as did their opponents game by turning the turnover yards out, and then running suc- will be played to determinethe Eattsid tailback Leonard Young runs for good yard-
Wed., Nov. 15 Badcock into a 20-13 lead when on four- cessfully for the conversion League Championship. The last
was 7-1 Kitchens marched 60 madea and ago Friday night In a hopeless l battle for the Rams
th Ronnie Griggs has been schedule for
1 I on was the 6-2.season, while Kitchen yards for the tying TD by Ron- leaping down. catch of the ball in a deficit Badcock to had one point closed 26-27 the with gap game Thursday nigh November 30, with Malachi Henry clot by to make the t, c.U..
nie Mecer then.
Griggs. Larry crowd In the endzone of Bad- 15 minutes left In the 7:30: p.m. Westslde- Park.In .
game. ,
for the conversion to
ran give --
cock. Kitchens then put the ball In the other game of the doubleheader Bantam Conner M
Kitchens a 7-6 lead. ; Stu Raj burn of BI and ..
i Badcock then went on offense Gem and Draw .I1..r.N
play nursing a one point' lead Jewelry Mike Kitchens of Koch's no rush to order
regular On Badcock's second possession for the fourth time In the first but were unable to move and Tlte battled to a 19-19 tie. had 20 points. ... ..'II have. .u lot of fipnrIII1T -
of the ball, they once again half and for the second time The first half ended Just like Season \ .
punted the ball to Badcock lUll I. do.:
a victory or a tie. Kitchens went 60 yards with Jim Garllng- .
they were unable to take it to where It was downed atBadcock's the game tied, but at 7 all.Gem's .
would be required to win or be ton scoring the TD on a pass
and were forced to first half
I the endzone score cameon
yard line. With
relegated to the runner-up spot. from Rhoden Garlington mak- (From Page 7))
punt. Kitchens then had another a DwIght Elder aerial to .
t 1 Kitchens Tile came to play and ing a beautiful diving catch of nine minutes on the clock and 'FOR TRICTOKCC.' .
opportunity inside Gene Pass did the
golden as conver- In individual scoring, Greg .
down by one point; Badcock I
play they did, obviously their the Rhoden then ran for
pass. Badcock's 20 yard line but the sion. Draw Tu e's seven pointswas Williams and Wade Winkler '"
initiated I4crwcrldea.
I a 65 yard drive that \\ IHTC Sor\uc |Is'I'hv I
best effort of the year. the the conversion to give Badcocka
team's defense held achieved Tom
Furniture by a Russellto battle all with
culminated In a go-ahead TD waged a season '
past games between these two 13-7 lead. and took over on their own Charles McKlnney pass and Williams Wade '
by Rhoden and Kitchens found Greg topping by SPECIAL
Kitchens had been able Now it t
teams was once again line with only five seconds .
five yard themselves trailing 32-27 at Russell! ran for the extra point.In three points. Greg scored
to move the ball up and down Kitchens turn offensively and remaining in the first the second half, Gem 76 t' Baler
the two-minute warning. his league leading pointsfor Mil) The 542. !lj>
the but too many times once again, they matchedadcock's ended Kit-
half and as the half Kitchens with exactly two Jewelry build up a 19-13 lead on Koch's while Wade of BI
were Radcock's unsucessfullnpenetratlng goal line. However one being capped two TD when drives Mercer, this chens was out in front 2013. minutes on the clock put the ballin Elder passes to Joyner and scored 73. Conner's Billy r' \iul del(; New Ford! Uake '{, .

I Wednesday night Kitchens met passed to Gene Melvin for the Kitchens opened second half play at the 20 and 77 seconds Smith. Lundv hau Iii! : Randy Corbin '
with success In all departments TD. Mercer then was successful play by going on offense at its later, !Ronnie Griggs took a of Builders, 42; Dinky KIlby of Or Muwcr Krecs ,
t but even at that the game went on the point after, passingto own 20 and five minutes later pass from Mercer for a TD Mike McRae's 60 yard run Koch's 32i; Jeffrey Norman of .
right down to the wire and the Ronnie Griggs and Kitchenswas Mercer fired a pass to Steve and the conversion was good gave Draw Tlte their 13th point. Builders 31; Ricky Johns 25; Ph .r.Mifii, i ,

final 43 secondsofthegamewas"hours" once again in control of Thomas in the end zone, and Mercer to Harvey Smith and With only a few seconds remaining and Charles ,.Colbert both of Caines\illc 3 Mi. North {I'.S.' 441. ., .
long for Kitchens. the game 14-13. Mercer ran for the conversionto Kitchens led 34-32 with 43 ,
give Kitchens a 27-13 lead. seconds on the clock but

Bantam AILS tars Teen Program

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: Nipped By Leesburg{ Rec DepartmentThe r .

/ Starke Recreation Department -
will provide special
Leesburg's Bantam All-Star hours at the Pratt Street !
was no good and Starke had yard gainer. Recreation -
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Stars 12-6 Monday night in rest of the half the ball see- Then 1 on a quarterback option 13-19 years of' age beginning
tacsburg in a tightly contested sawed between the two teams, Dellnn Dockerv sweet left Monday, Dec. 4.
ball game. ending with Starko in front 6-

Starko took the opening kick- 0. end, cut back Into the right and To begin with, the Center
off and downed the ball at the
will be open for supervised
went to the
goal line for
Leesburg received the sec- a
two yard line. On fourth down !Recreation activities four "
touchdown which put Leesburg s si
ond half kick and returned the "
after one run and two passes evenings each week under the
in front for good, 12-6. :The I
ball to its own 38 yard line.
after ono run and two pass extra point attempt was nogood. following schedule: Monday,
plays later Starko (team kickedto Wednesday, and1 Thursday, 7- i
l esburg who took tho ball Three straight 1 passes picked Starke moved the ball up to 10 p.m. and Saturdays 7-10
at Its own 45 yard line and after uP' a first down atStarkc's Its own 45 yard line after the r
a five yard run back b)'.. 44 yard. line for l-oesburg. On kick off on three plajs, then P.m.The e
David ...Mitchell Uiel boll 1 was I flraludown; a< Jo\'or the !Recreation Departmenthas ruu tjSCO) 'c'I ,
pass ,. n:4 .
punted. Leesburg took-ever on :% v M n .l r :r i of rv> ,
at mldfleld. rH I "'ud, /urh' \'nLcosburg ) center/ a'flood' !rIght'' slant.lefti its own ,38 yard line with a'' just Purchased: a pew.pool./ : f tnvmt hr.r t : uA oat
i plckpd .up) 10 yardsIn pass, from quarterback David ,*"' first down table and pIng pong table an three plays,' and punted to Mitchell to Van I Dixon for 28 several other table games.
the five yard line. 20 yards Is yard gain got motor l. cs- Six plays later Leesburg
required in bantam football for burg first down. the ball back to tile Starke ran 40 The Center will be open dur-. .
a first down. ing the above hours for boys
yard line and on the seventh
After fine Starke back play and girls 13-19./
a run ages
Randy Graham then hit SuggS Starke Intercepted in the flat
they 35 had the ball at Us own on a slant-in, slant-out pass and ran it to the Starke 48 If the Interest is high, as' '
yard line.
for a touchdown debug the game yard line. it should be,
It was third down and six plans are to establish -
up at (6-6. The extra point
yards to go for the first down a teen organization
Kick T ;
when Starke's !Mike Kitchens was no good leaving UleSCOI.O The game ended after one which can open up any number a
threw 25 yards downficld to 6-6. more play when 1-cesUirg had of possibilities for the youth of
Greg Watkins who ran the ball lIalCwlUu'Otlgh, the fourth the ball at the Starke 14 yard this community: states Reciea-
55 yards from the line of scrimmage quarter: Mitchell hit Dixon and line. tlon Gene Raj'bum.

for a touchdown. on slant left pass down to the e '
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game," said Geol.gelol"I'lson: Berg!!.: is: nut '\\all'I'. li tut .
former Starke resident, and '"f t f \liters ,Fro. &lIillll; "I. .
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Tigers Romp '. ', BBS HighlightsMickey nr= t -SENIOR- rrrrnrj-j-s- CommunityNews

: : Mouse Ronald McDonald Let's Cot! Were the excit 1'
lir/ \ Baldwin and the thIS band were lag cries of the students of ___-r= rt rrtsr -_--SSrfss

By all present at Florida Homecoming the Spanish and Camera Club,
,, parade. This was the as they started for their trip

first time under :Mr. Cassels to St. Vigustine, Wednesday, Plans were completed at our
that the band was attended the November 13. last meeting for Operation
Florida parade and all band students Their first stop was a tour Wash-Cloth Slippers to be given .
Face RaidersLake were very excited about of the Old J'ort.t 10:30: a.m. to the patients at our Starke 3y ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER
attending. the tour guide gave them a Nursing Home for :\rnas. All
Students really I got a thrill demonstration of firing a can- members are busy sewing to
when Ronald :McDonald gave non. Their second stop was have this project completed by SCHOOL NEWS CHt'RCll' \ NEWS:
Butler's Tigers ran touchdown passes and running Angelo Williams led the defense :Mr. Cassel's a piece of candy. the Fountain of Youth, as they our Xmas meeting, Dec. 19. All schools In Bradford Coun
54-0 over hapless Baldwin last for two more. One of the pass with seven tackles while By the end of the parade were talten on a tour to see Bill Richards, entertainment I ty; will be out for Thanksgiving' Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Friday night pushing their sea es Included a 91 yard bomb Kerwin Clyatt had six. however, enthusiasm was replaced the fountain, the planetariumand director, provided much fun Holidays Thursday and Friday. Church,Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas
son record to 8-1 so far this for the last score of the game Stanley Young was one of the by sore feet! the' ancient burial grounds.. with brain-teaser riddles extracted Everyone i will return :Monday tor, service schedule as follows
season. with seconds' left before the scorers for Lake Butler after Ann Starling Their last stop was the old from the Bible. November :27th. : Rev. Jenkins will attend
: Baldwin went ''through the final buzzer. picking up a Baldwin fumble jail and museum. Then the fun Msltors from Dayton, Ohio Uie annual Conference which
whole season without a win and Green also 'rushed for 130 and carrying it the rest After the Tornadoes stormedthe flnallj came to an end as they were Ethel Vance and Velma TIt XXKSGIVING: SERVICES began Tuesday and will run
I "We (LB) Just outclassed yards In 10 carries. His two of the way In to the goal line Eastslde Hams 21-6, last had to head back home. :Maahs who said that they were The :Masonic is holding their the 21st 24th. All minister
them." said Head Coach Char- touchdown runs consist of 19 for 19 yards. Friday night the Junior class :Marjole Denman quite Impressed with our club annual Thanksgiving services will be back in their pulpitson
lie Roberts. and 23 yard runs. "We could do Just about anything sponsored a dance at the New meeting. Thursday at 3 p.m. In Lake the fourth Sunday Sunday
"They Just weren't coming Fullback Benny Boykins was we wanted to do against Armor on Edwards Loop. Clm Incites: working away We are happy to hear that U Butler at the, Freewill Baptist services will begin with Sunday
after us." stated Hoberts. "We the leading rusher for Lake Baldwin" declared Roberts. The Styrofoam So-le put the in the community! Nichols is doing fine and we look Church. All members of the school at 10 a.m. Morning
I completely dominated the football Butler with 142 yards In 10 Next week Lake Butler puts whole show together as they The Junior Clvlnettes met forward to seeing him and :Masonic'' l Family are Invited to service nt II, Evening' serviceat
1 game." carries and two, touchdowns, Its district championship hopeson provided music and the Juniors Wednesday, XO\'. 15, for their Irene very soon. participate. 5:30.
i Dale Green was a bright spot one of 22 yards and the otherof the line against the tough collected 81.50 per person. third meeting of the jcar.Cl It Is very Important that all (Greater; Bethlehem Freewill
I for Lake Butler, throwing.three II. Raiders In Santa Fe. Santa Fe Jimmy Cissy;( incites, whose main purpose of the )people In Bradford and Baptist Church Rev. Jasper
has a season record of 8-1 is to help) out In the community surrounding Counties attach v or ,. Williams, pastor, as follows:
also. It could turn out to bea planned actixltlcs for this : :: : : The weekly services will begin
Indians Roll situation where Lake But ThanksprlUiitf and Christmas. 431-1005 on their telephone. NEWS ABOUT with. Choir No. 2 and I'shcrs
Union Pair The Board :No. 3 meeting at 6:30
ler's single loss to Willis ton club is planning a Thanksgiving This Is toll free :and can be :
two weeks ago will haunt the basket and three fruit called at any time, night orday Tuesday night, senior choir
( From Pog 7)) Tigers. baskets to distribute to families rehearsal at 6:30.)) Wednesday:

."Santa Fe Is good at ThanksfrMng.$ The girls It Is time again for Friends SERVICE MEN night Prajer :Meeting. Thursday -
I the first play. Seven plays later the Indiana offensive punch. sive football team and aggres- GuiltyIn will all donate conned foods of the Library' membershipdues. night the Ladles Circle
Sheffield culminated the Keystone received the sec- they and fruits for this at :Mrs. Prince's home "Friday -
play real good defense. cause. Individual Slj Family -------------
84 yard drive with a TD run ond half kickoff and began Its after 'i'heycome The club is also planning to 82 Patrons, 810. :My;wife and .. night choirs will bo holding -
you pretty good ;
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covering yards.Grayson added offesnlve series on Its own commented Roberts. AssaultLAKE ,Ki\e:: a part, at Christmas for I agree that this $2 is the best a banquet with :a speaker
his first PAT of the game 18. Short of the first down in children In the :Medical Centerin Investment we make each ear \SpeclalIst-4! Ulchard I lJ. and musical entertainment., The
with a kick sailing right through three plays. .a fake punt Galncsxllle who cannot be \\o slncorcl.x urge everjbody> Sparks of l.awley, and other /general public is Invited toat
,, the uprights. nearly worked for the Indians. BHS Wins. BUTLER Two home for the Christmas holi to become a Friend of the Library members of the 3rd Battalion (end.
A Keystone onslde kick gave But nearly wasn't good enough. young Union Countymen days. 'the 1 library Is a storehouse <>4tli Armor, lia\c: returned to The League will be selling\ :
I Mayo great field position on Mayo took over on downs and Alvin Lester Andrews.! -l'llIdlitchell: of etite rtalnrnent. Information their home station III Schwcin- dinners from the kUchcnSaliird.i : -
the Indians 42, but It did the had a first down on the Key- (From Page 7)) 24, and Albert Jefferson and Intellectual materials (curt, Germany; after participating .\, Sunday is Tmslcc, doj.Vrvlees .
visiting Hornets little good. stone 20. However, the Key- Andrews. 21 who found The first I Fill \ luncheon wasa for men, women and child In a :NM'O exercise: in will begin with Stind.i -
With Byrd and Brannon leadIng stone defense was at Its fin- turn by Lorenzo Lewis for the or were success! :Northern German; ) Invohliv* : Sclux!. l :at !I:3I1>: <>, :Morning
the Keystone defense Mayo est. Mayo could net only 16 Rams, Eastslde had good field guilty assaulting!: Union :Members of the club cnjo.xcd ren.Reading good books Is an (:CI'maJl, English, Belgium, and sen Ice :at \II a.m. M 12:311Sunday : )
failed to make a first down yards In seven playsthe Key- position. at Its own 33 yard County deputy Steve M.Brannen a buffet luncheon last Thursday asset to any community \\e I'.s. \rniy troops. the Deaconesses! will
have been sentencedby
In four attempts. Seven plays stone offense took over. At line. With the aid of a 19 yard at tile Holiday Inn. .Vfter have good books, a wonderful Spec. Sparks: son of :Mr. and sell' dinners. Stuuliiy; League-
later, Turknett scored on the this time Circuit Judge ieorne: L, :Mrs. Carl II. "al'ksls assign will begin at 4 ,
though, Mayo appeared run by Lewis around left end Patten. their meal the members had a Library mid a \ery' qualified .m.
"scooped up fumble" play to be digging Inhold- the Rams were able to move short meeting and passed out staff ''.Isle llnzen; mid (trace ed to the Battalion's Headquarters -
covering 38 yards and Key- Ing the Indians and forcing Shef- the ball down to the Tornado The pair were tried by u FBI.A membership cards. Jordan who arc always readyto Co. lie entered the \rm.'
stone led by two TD's. Gray- field to circuit court jury June U on In :March 1)7I!) completed basic WaJJwrw mrr Lfl
punt. 35 yard line. Two running plays Then the guest speaker, :Margaret help on. If jou have anyold ,
of )
son kicked the PAT. Turk- An exchange of fumbles'gavethe charges assault with intent : training at 1'ort Jackson: S.C..
then netted nine and half yards Miller, told of the banking or discarded books no longer PINE LEVELBy
nett's score came on the first ball back to the Hornets to commit murder, which had and was stationed at Ion Kno\: ,
bringing up a third down short S\stem at CommunIty Hank of use to you. It would be
play of the second quarter. setting up Mayo's first score- yardage situation from the 26. been filed soon after u !shouting of Starke. Another upcoming good to bring them to the Library Ky. before going overseas. flrr.JLrLLr C Lr flflt
After the Indians'kickoff. Mayo a Land aerial to Winburn covering incident last Feb. 28 :al the
Trailing only 14-6 Castslde Issue was discussed- selling for sale at the Count;
quarterback Dean Land be-; l IS yards. Land added was still in the football game Little Springs bar on SR-I2I of Tornado bookends. 'Ilien the Fair or call tJIH-GoIOU) for pick \rm> Pvl.( Gerald: .\. Pojton. By Gary Wheeler
gan hurling the ball. A com-' the PAT. With only one playIn but needed a touchdown badly near Worthington, !: Springs! when students returned to school. up. son of :Mr. and :Mrs. John I lJ.
pleted pass to Winburn netted the fourth quarter the score On third down the Rams fumbled Deputy Brannen attempted in, -Debbie 'Iliomas -\s In former pears, our club I'aton of Route I, Keystone l.oe (kxKlnian, son of :Mrs
22 yards. But once again Ma- was 27-7. and recovered the boll arrest Albert Andrews. members ha\o agreed not to Heights, recently: completed .1 :Susie, yo's glory was shortlived. On Mayo's second score came but lost a big eight yards on The jury found AJvI'nAndrews History Club is on the move! send mas cards to each other five-week Tactical: Controller revival: services this last weell.11' .
the next play Land's pass fell moments later after an Inter- the play to bring up a fourth guilty of aggravated!! The History Club had a meetIng because we will wish each othera Course at the, l'.sI'm) South :\ Goodman: works mid resides-
Incomplete, and on second down cepted pass gave the Hornets and nine yards to go. assault and Albert Andrews! : Wednesday, November 1C, :Merry :Xmas and a Happy eastern signal School, I I'ort ;at' the Nniland Training: (enter
and 10 on the Keystone 27 Land good field position on the Indiana Sullivan then dropped backto guilty of simply assault Judge In order to form committeesfor :New: 'i ear at our Xmas I Party, Gordon" Go.1M. ; hi: (i.iiiicsvillc.lic; I .
attempted another pass. This 21. A 12-yard pass play pass, but couldn't get the Patten ordered present ence various club activities, and l>cc. 19.Election. t. I'ajton is now capableof : : \. Inhn, sirlckl.-uid: 1 pastor
time, the Indians Grayson was and a Dernonal fOil I nenaltv ball off as BUS tackle Bobby investigation! !! make plans for an upcoming I of officers for 1973 operating a circuit: control of !'Inc I.eel, sixike. Sunday; :
waiting in the wings. .. .Inter- facility: shelter which Is the evening at Die, dedication ser-
against Keystone placed the bailon Dyal dropped him for a 13 On Nov. .1 the judge field trip to the Cummers Art will take place at our next
cepting short about the nerve center in tactical communications vice of Metropolitan: Baptist
a pass -
:Museum In Jacksonville Tuesday
the threewhere Kelly car- yard loss.Bradford. sentenced Albert Andrews till) meeting, Nov. 28, at Pratt St.
line of scrimmage and racing systems throughout Church in Orlando. !Dr.
:November 28. 1'cc. Center I We hopeto
ried it in the next play. days in the county jail and p.m.
on on
73 yards for a 20-0 lead. The -Linda Drown the Army. lie Is a 1070 1.11IdlCCI'. Is Pastor there.
PAT attept was fumbled. Land was wide on his kick for then took over ort placed Alvin Andrews under have a good turnout to participate graduate .of He>stone High The !I'inc I U'vcl I WoMieim 'Irlo 1
in officers of
Another Interception gave the the PAT. Its own 47 yard line and the probation for a period of five, selecting School. sang at the, service., Included
ball to Keystone after the ensuing With less than a minute remaining Tornadoes immediately went to years. Wayne Carroll of Lake your: choice. In the lili. were :Mrs. John
Meantime be'el' kind to
kickoff but (the Indians In the game, Sheffield their outside running game. Ma- Butler served as I the defense. ) Pvt. Cynthia \. \\lii tehiead, Strickland, Gloria;' : Crews,
gave It right bade to the Hornets -, made his dazzling 38 yard TD lachl Henry first picked up nine attorney. each other Joe Kerrigan niece of Miss "Fannie Silcox I Charlotte t\hltchelld, raid accompanied -
four plays later on a fum- run with a Hurner screen pass.It yards around left end. On third HAMPTON.lArea of Starke, recently completed: P by I.:uuis; horn-1

ble. However, Keystone's third. ... was quite a way to end the down from the !Ram 44, Wayne JIW eight weeks .of basic trainingat ton..
s.onfor the hometown .In- Testone took the pitchout from the Women's.ii : 'lho..I'In\, ,, 'I \\'llklnl.-l!
it IntercepUon of the 'game gave, ''" Girl Scotiti '.' '' :. id.I"" \rmy l.c.orPlk 1 : i
the hometown team good field dl8I 1l. Hazen on the option and turned .... ,. NeWisI 1 H I (grit''! und' I'nrrupttnn' bv center,::iVrt'iMcClellnn/,!\\ *' Grinning"; Hoy Ride, was ihUi' ,
I position on the Mayo 34. In .. right end for a 24. yard pick .". .."1' : politicians: cannot "IJP climi'ttiNctl. '. I : She received her training with tended by 30) teens., /'lhuo wnttofl
"< only four plays Hurner scampered STATISTICS up.Ilazen Plan To Fight and bulled over from moved tile ball downto miincy) h- t'liininuling their tal Ion. with guitar music \to sot Uio,
five yards out for Keystone's KH Mayo the nine yard line as he By Evelyn V. Pow.ll salaries? atmosphere. Returning1' thou to
fourth 'I'D.: Grayson added the First Downs 12 10 faked the option and kept the Child Abuse the church for a fireside ser
PAT for a 27-0 halftime lead. Total Yds' 327 171 ball for an eight yard gainer. CookhooKs! r\iliili|, in number *..,*. vice. Marl!}' Starling:, missionary -
Although scoring only one TO Yds Rushing 268 73 Two plays later Gray Flynn Dim ING: WINMIIS: : and \arlt'h. hut the only! i\erv: Aitiri'itja", I It I 11 KI t aSocial to Peru, spoke from the,
compared to the Hornets two Yds Passing 59 98PAPcFl scored the game's final TD The Volunteer Tire Dept. La- sensible typo a..uhl, Its! one Security iiiiiiihir when Word. Many Decisions: wore
TO's In the second half, Key- 4/7/1 7/16/4 on a 10 yard pass from Ha Plans were discussed Girl dies Auxiliary gave two turkeys I that could IIP Imilrcl and| IIP niters hchiHiL; 1 I'mIIIII' i made, and one young man accepted -
stone still dominated the play Fumbles Lost 3 1 zen. Scouts in this area to participatein away at their drawing on uprtcd in a simple butter flf f kiiiilhiu! | 55 e |IIIIP' '" ,It Christ; as his Saviour.
and the game. Penalties anda Punts 2/41.0 1/36.0 a state-wide campaign to help the 16th. Gertrude Slade and sauce. rail IKusiil later mi,' ks In* A happy Thanksgiving, U, all
couple of fumbles hindered Penalties 160-1/2 20 eliminate child abusn at the R. N. Hall were the lucky ones. locker" coni Iiiiapun.; ) of you from the folks out Pine
STATISTICS regular meeting of the Girl Consolation prizes were given ., Level way.
Scout Leaders of Bradford, to Rose Chamberlain, Gertrude -
BUS ES Union, and Baker Counties Slade and Sam Kerney. ,
First Downs 14 8 In the First Methodist Churchon The ladles wish to express
Rds Rushing 19S Tuesday, Nov.: 14. their thanks to all who helped
Yds Passing 63 16 A film on the 60th Anniversary make their drawing a success.
PC-P.V-PI 7-22-1 1-9-2 Jubilee was shown by:Miss
Fumbles 2 2 Kay Andersonfield representative SENIOR CITIZENS:
Penalties 50 70 from Jacksonville. CHILLED OCT
Punts 1-31 4-24 There are now 10 troops in Senior Citizens met last Friday -
\ the Starke-Raiford area with night as scheduled but found

n'S: t Hie only campaign& around 200 girls registered, the City Hall too cold to stayIn
reported Mrs. T.A. Yawn Jr. and no gas to heat It up
\\'elIn: remember which nobody ,'cn! before Ihcy neighborhood chairman. with. Next meeting will be December -
Knew, how it Those attending enjoyed refreshments I at 7:30: p.mhop.-
came& out.
S r>-(9041964-5771( after the meeting. Ing the evening Is warm or the
City fills the gas tank.


Hampton City; Council meet-
Ing has been postponed until
:November 21. I'll have the report -
for next week on It.
you '
7nW9iPr'-. ,",-!>> : .. &

THIS 'X THATNovember
.' ) seems to be good
birthday month. Some slippedby
me but I guess its never too

': ;. ''n. late to extend a good wish. .- ..
.,. ; Congratulations to :Mr. and '
: :
.. :.: :
,.. :Mrs. Ralph Vaughan who celebrated -
their birthdays on the ,
fourth and fifth while they were -b,
f ;" In Oklahoma.
"It"": .: Confucius Say: Zena Beth Young, grand- ,.
h" daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. Les-
ter :'tlcCuIlough was 6 sears

Man who .stops advertising to save old Cassie on Nov.Rlddlck 19. daughter of

:Mr. and :Mrs. Joe R. Riddick
money is like man ,who stops watch to save celebrated her 11th birthday with

". eight friends at a skating party

i. time. ; "; In:Mrs.Gainesville Carol Croll on the celebrateson 21st. Open a Savings Account today.If

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y.t .'.... the 23rd, and Resale T.
j\\ 0>, ,"'\!'i 1 .f' the :29th.
::su"ItI1I, '} u., Donllng on you really \want/ something to happen, you have to save for it. So start
:Mr. and :Mrs. Lynn Hall were
tflW. ,\ setting some money aside each payday in a Savings Account with
\ ",' : special guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. us.
.: j .," 1 ;' 1.." ,. Raleigh Brannen last Thursday At our high rates, a little\ becomes a lot in almost no time. And there'sno
t ''It.i ,', "iI" ; .t.o;", ...." ; "
,.,,, evening at dinner In Gaines
better time to than
\ ''f. "I. begin saving today.
.. .
J ,' t $ t.t."l \ :,,; ''k, I / ville. The occasion was :Mrs.
r. : "
I ,( "L4 :. .: :: ;; ,t ,1.1 Hall's birthday.Mr. .
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,, :.'" < "ojj""" >(; and :Mrs. J. G. Adklns
,: '
.1 long short
<- trips or the safe
., .,....,. ..,....': 4, :..,;. f I:,' ., .', It. attended the fish fry at Sheriff carry money...
,.', '., ,i John Whitehead's farm in American
,' ; '' :: > .t Express I i'- Itijia1
t. 7 r1'1" ,' ;> .'." "f'\. I'nlon: .
I '. l : .: ./ I County last Saturday-
; : '. .< "I' ening, given for retired em- Travelers Cheques ;1 'dZ

\\oI! plo ees of the Florida State I ,
'Ii" Prison.Mr. t tIf 4
: and :Mrs. J, G. Adklns
visited :Mrs. Iva Penner and lost or stolen you can get them promptly replaced.
:Mrs. Jane Priester in Palat-
ka on Sunday. :Mrs. Penner Spendable everywhere. Cost-only 1 1C per dollar.

miliijfnp4T" Is :Mr. Adklns cousin and has
: been seriously I 111.
You can leave your news notes
at the Hampton General Store, FLORIDABAMIC
the post office, call 468-1152 _

StraiebtrrUt TM Side of Heaven mornings or after 6 p.m. or '
Sweetest 1
964-7438 mornings. I don't like ft STAR REMember .

Phone 964-6305 to miss any of you. I have to
have it by Monday night to get it

written up. Federal Pcpoalt Insurance Corp.
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."-' Legal Notices ..-.. ,'Ij
..,.cc- LAWTEY By,. .thT.rry ON Ne'" ( f

The Bradford County Board NOTICE TO CREDITQRS
CIRCUIT.JN AND FOR BRADFORD of Public Instruction, Starke All creditors of the Estateof CHURCH SCHEDULESAND Hospital on Monday. Our prayers ter, Mr. and Mrs.Jim Rosier, Elmer Cannon Jacksonville Sunday night for their mission
COUNTY. CIVIL ACT Florida, offers) for sale the IRVIN TYLER JONES, deceased ACTIVITIES are with them. and Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Brlce. visited his cousins Mr. and field at Ecuador, South Ame-
ION.DISSOLUTION NO. mob following surplus vehicles are hereby notified and Grace United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Louie Llclaand Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Mrs. W.A. Mosley, on Sunday. rica. Our love and prayersare
IN MARRIAGE Bus #4 1960 Chevrolet Ser- required to file any claims or Church-Sunday School 9:45: a.m., daughter, of Miami, spent visited their brother Ode Mr., and Mrs. Floyd Normanand with them as they serve
Marriage of ial No. 056428150165 demands which they may have Worship services 11 ajn. and Thanksgiving week with their Dobbs and his daughter Mrs. son, of Jacksonville, Mr. Cod there.
AND CHARLENE CHARLES ELLIOTT.Wife DOUGLA&ELLIOTT Bus #6 1960 GMC,'Serial No. against said estate In the office 7, jwn. MYF will meet Monday Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Emmallne Dobbs, of Lake But- and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Williamsand
SV4022N4200EBus of the County Judge of night at 7 wn. Young Peoples starling, and other relatives. ler, and another brother Cla- family of Kingsley Lake, Mr. Hal, of Wellborn, were
. NOTICE, Husband *20 1954 Ford, Serial No. Bradford County, Florida In Baptism classes will be held Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morganand rence Dobbs, In Sanderson, and Mrs. Frederick Prescott luncheon guests of their uncle
ribs OF SUIT B60V4N17282Bus the courthouse at Starke Florida first half hour of MYF for tile new son, David Aaron, of on Saturday. and Mrs. Jeanette Grlffls wore and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
U0TT 413 126 1951 Ford, Serial within eight calendar next 3 week. Choir Practice, Albany, Ga., were Wednesdayto Carroll Swindell, of Jacksonville luncheon guests of Mr. and Priest, and Lamar on Sunday.
Pandergast Street No. B-5BIHM18900 months from the date of the 7:30 p.m. Sunday guests of their parents spent the weekend with his Mrs. Leonard Norman and the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore
W ,crow, Georgia 31501 Bus 128 1956 GMC Serial first publication\ of this notice, The Annual Thanksgiving din- Mr. and Mrs. Morris brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Carl Normans on Sunday. were luncheon guests of their
"You are hereby notified No. SI58Y1370Bus furnishing a copy thereof toP ner was held at the church on Kelley and family. and Mrs. S.L. .Swindell, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen, son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
: that an action for dissolution 133 1958 Ford SerialNo. W. Jones Executrix, Thursday Nov. 16. There were Mrs Ernest Wells and Miss family. of Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Ken and Mrs. Tom Casey, In Starkeon
of marriage has been B60C8U39232 O. Box 475, Starke, Florida. 150 present for the occasion, Arthurlne Blanchard attendedthe Mrs. R.L. Bradley, Mr. and Martin and family, Mr. and Sunday.
filed against-you and you are These vehicles may be Inspected Each claim or demand must among whom were: Mr. and Hospital Auxiliary Thanksgiving Mrs. Randall Bradley, and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Prater and family Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright -
required to serve a copy of at the school bus ga be In writing and must state Mrs. Richards, and Mr. and Dinner at the first United James McCrary of Starke attended of Jacksonville!: Mrs. Don and children, of Lake-
your written defense If any; to rage. Sealed bids will be accepted -. the place or residence and post Mrs. O. Baumgarner, of Green Methodist Recreation hall In Home-Comlng at Black Martin and son, Don Martin land, spent their vacation with
it on ELZIE S. SANDERS, Attorney at the office of the County office address of the claimantand Cove Springs; Mr. and Mrs Starke recently Pond Baptist Church with Mr. Jr., and family Clifford Martin their mother, Mrs. H.C. Wainwright -
for Petitioner, whose Superintendent until 10:00A. must be sworn to by the Bob Spearman and Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs. Clyde McCrary re- & family, and Ralph Mar- .
.address is 138 West Call street M., Tuesday, December 5, claimant, his agent, or Ms attorney Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. visited Miss Enza Blanchardat cently. tin and family, all of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. John Morris,
P.O. Box 68, Starke,.Florida, 1972, and will be opened at or It will become void A.P. Mailman and Mr. and Mrs Baker County nursing homeat Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan gathered at the home of their of Parsippony N.J.were guests
and file the original with the that time. The envelope shouldbe according to law. Roger Skelton Keystone Macclenny on Sunday. visited Miss Enza Blanchardat mother, Mrs. Walter Martin, of their parents Mr. and Mrs.
Clerk of the above-styled; Court marked"Bid-SurplueVehlc- November 14, 1972. Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp Baker County Nursing homeat for a farewell dinner for Mr. Hubert Priest, inday to Wednesday -

on or before November 30, les". Myrtle W. Jones Strickland, KIngsley Lake Mr. and Leslie, of Jacksonville, Macclenny on Thursday, and Mrs. Mark Newell, who left .
1972; otherwise aJudgment maybe The Board reserves the rightto Estate of IRVIN and Mrs. Coss, Mr. and Mrs. were recent guests of their
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entered against you for the reject any or all bids. TYLER JONES, Deceased. Henry Godwin and Mrs. Kathy mother, Mrs. A.C. Pearce. .. _.,a.MM& m-- N..' fu.7 -
relief demanded the Petition Thomas L. Casey Jr. First publication\ on November16th Struth, all of Starke. After the Mrs. H.W. Bennett, Mrs. .en.xn.waww
for Dissolution 01 Marriage. Superintendent 1972. meal, the "Under the Son Daisy Boch, and Mrs. Hattie
WITNESS my hand and the 11/16 3t 11/30 11/16 4t 12/7 Group" composed Don Hardy Darley visited Miss Slnah Prescott -
seal of said Court this 20th day Bob Edwards, Mike Hanks, andDavid In Alachua General Hos-

of October, A. D. 1972.GILBERT Jordan, all of Starke, pital, Gainesville during the Save cold cash during "
S. BROWN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S rendered ten Gospel songs,durIng week. We are glad to report
CLERK COURT IN AND FOR BRADFORD COURT. IN AND FOR BRAD- which time each .one gave that she is improving.
'BYI Betty Edwardli'Duj112.4tu23 COUNTY, FLORIDA. FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA his testimony. Mrs Floy Bennett, Mrs.H.C.
Clerk Case No. IN PROBATE1-1717' Highland Baptist Church: Walnwright. Mrs. Truby Wain- the Gulf Fall Tire Sale J

: IN RE: Estate of IRVIN; IN RE: Estate of MICHAEL Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- wright Mrs. O.J. Boyette,
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 Mrs Geneva; Barnes, and Mrs. .'
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Floyd Futch were among those
day,7:30pm.,followed Choir from Lawtey who attended the
Practice. Home Maker's Club in the Agricultural INTRODUCING THE GULF ",
CTown' of J3rooher
'' Building in Starke
PERSONALS last Thursday. They attendedto :
Elmer Cannon and Mrs. business and planned a CRUISEMASTER RI B
.&..!.,, 7.11I.GENERAL Laura Mae Smith, of Jacksonville ChrisD ass party.

were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling
her sister Mrs. W.A. Mosley,
< returned Saturday from Vaca-
: ; FUND ',;
on Monday. tion trip to South Florida,which lUbelesa" -"Rayon Cord '
BUDGET Mrs. Doyle Starling was an included points of Interest In 0
overnight guest of her parents..
Fort Myers, and Sarasota.
BellaLoad Ran BReversible -
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thlgpen, *

They also visited their brother
CALENDAR YEAR 1973 ;1-. of Greenville on Monday. ,Norman Starling and family in ON A Single WhiteBlack / .
\ Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss Lakeland and made overnight SIT OF 4 Sldewalla

REVENUE .'.. Arthurlne Blanchard visited stop In Daytona Beach.
'I' her sister Miss Enza Blan- Miss Sheri Redgrave, of Houston -
chard at baker County Nursing ,, Texas, and her mother,
; $ 205.52 i
Road and Bridge .\Fund--Bradford: County Home In Macclenny on Tues Mrs. Pauline O'Toole, of Los

Ad Valorem Taxes 2 0 7.70 day. Miss Enza will undergo Angeles, Calif arrived by plane SUGGESTED ,)s

Garbage Fees :. 1,080,00 surgery again at St. Vincent Saturday for a visit with her y SIZE SALE PRICE" F.ET. .j

.. Another t .
parents. daughter
Municipal Fuel Tax Refund > 5,00 t ''f.C78.14
Unpledged Cigarette Tax 4,119.44 Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, of Jacksonville : i $2755 a

8th Cent Gasoline Tax Refund 1,945.07 WIESCHOLEK. Deceased. met them and brought $2.10 41S
'- $11.462.73EXPENDITURES + FINAL NOTICE them to Lawtey. She will spend 1
.. Notice Is hereby given that part of the weekend with them. \\ E78-14 $2.34 "I
., ---= the undersigned! on the 5th day r F78.14 $347O 2.52 '

.:',. t ./ ;. .of September, 1972 filed a final Calvin Kirkland spent the t 1lL F78-15 2.58 ;
; ,
weekend with his cousin Bobby
",;:,',if t ,* \\I j J* Mt, >,,i\-;,: accounting of the Estate of its of administration Michael- Daniels, In Tlfton, Ga. G78-14 $2.69 '1

.'"" r..-' :w..(, ,'. deceased and the Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Morris, H78-14 !! 75 2.93 ;
.. ,, 'It; ,,*<'';./,! ""I notice Wlescholek is Nrthergiventhataft.rpublication, and Mrs. Sophia Starling of C78-15 $1 iiD! 7 2.78 i;+
t'I'n',: }\ :(}I( 1';," .;1 1I of this notice once Dunellen were luncheon guests H78-1S 3.01 ';:j
1 "'. 'h., .. of her brother-in-law and sls- --- 1
1',1''" each week for four (I) consecutive -
'' 'i ,
,. {*, : < P".Joo.OO: weekpe; application will r J78-14 fi S3.04

Utilities .' {' ',,,. '.,(' ,; .. 78.00 be made for approval of said J78-15 t' 3.12
', r ? (jr 3.28
and for final discharge /
: accounting
'" of the undersigned as Bused on Oulf'st BunR..t d refiill Iradt-In prlc.
and Accounting 450.00 YnliA ;
Legal : 0'.1'" .\\.. Ii Executor of said Estate.
Election ., ;'125c00' -ARTHUR W. MILAM As
Expense- ;:,0 t. 'AHA E.
IN RE: Estate of
i Bri e"'UJld! a'O1OSSCJ25.d0 .2/1 Executor.Of Li sT9WHl 'and Deceased. ''w... SAV41
Charges q.,1 Rpa.dand, tCHAE iMOITT, a ,
Testament, of nWIESCHOLEK .; 1ieT
) Or
I" tt.tIII"JI; ; 41,77 NOTICE:; OF "
Tax roll'preparation .... ..- Pl"'fdtld\ deceased. 11
I r" l "
I'' '
'< I.l 43.28; 11/2-41-11/23 ; GULF DIAL GULF 78 WY' I ,;
Tax collection ,,-.,(t:;<.,. FINAL DISCHARGE AND DIS-
Office Furniture and Equipment ,' 500.00 TRIBUTION OF ASSETS.TO ......,...-"...,c.........h...c...."._ "
CON- 0....Man*... M.v.r.tftl.. .(!..!..Whil. /...... .(....!"!. 4 PLY POLYESTER CORD ",
!Maintance and 350.00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WHOM IT MAY .......
60.00 Prlc." FIT
Insurance. ,
Telephone .service I 'r-: ; 180.00 FORD COUNTY. CIVIL ACT FIED that my Final Report and .."7O.n.. 6"711:: I *''ZB 11.1.l PrIrNr It..a. .

Office Supplies *\tSTREET \\ >,'- .../.:);\\ '1 :,. ', ,.... ". 30.00 ION. CASE NO. Application for Discharge and \ ."70.ts ts $.. sot seas no-ii JI" iii: :
,(:.t.. t 1(, IN REt The Marriage of ROBERT 'trlbutfo rr A-ets has been ..'0... n... r t nee a.:1:
>. -
,; \ : $2. 265. 55 C. BARKSDALE. JR.. ...ud by in.* ti.. Ala Honor- % rRTan'''70 '. sa 44" 2.ass" 07..'. .",..

'I"j' ". :: .. Husband AND VIRGINIA T.. able T. A. Yawn County Judgeon oRTo-t. n.o' I h o e is .M. i'i
I ./ BARKSDALE, Wife.NOTICE or before the date of.the Nroar.SF.n I :stet sear: =. pes
.t. < ,- OF SUIT first publication\ hereof. .RTats 2.2. ,. I dTwu. .,JII9" seat
,, .1\\\\,' :>1,653.00 TO VIRGINIA T. BARKSDALE R. A. Green, Jr., 0pdRTats s I u. te :oneLR7atp
Utilities, 1 ,. : : .; : of Estate $5 :3.s4 / 'S..d on Gulf .u.B......
.4" I. '> ".' d'''' 1812 West Third Street Executor
Mowing .. -. ,"" .17'rl"I.:' 50.00 Montgomery! Alabama 36106 317 N. E. First Street 1 'B..d moll on Indnln aulP..upa..,-.... .. .ll.-trd.ln prleY

Repair & Paving fund 8 i gas refund, 3.95.07 YOU ARE:; HEREBY NOTI- Gainesville. Florida 32601 GULF HEAVY prte DUTY* i. GULF ANTIFREEZE

<' 'J''f'r :;>>5, 48.07 FIED of that marriage an action has for been dissolution filed- secutive To be published weeks, first for four publication \ con-- o'er;'" SHOCK ABSORBERS ..;;;; A SUMMER COOLANT

on 23rd day of November, WARRANTY. Uncandltion.lly Cold r.m. for .
against you and you are required dy your c r.
: ( r tor..' Added ..,
: 1972. while t.
PARK DEPARTMENT ; : to serve a copy of your writ- own your you
ten defenses If any, to It on 11/23 4t 12/14

Utilities.Mowing r, ,,:.,L, ';. I", \t.'., '." ,,' $ 60.00 ELZIE for Petitioner S. SANDERS, whose Attorney addressIs t : ,.,.r,., ; ._ ..-- '

& Cleaning 60.00 138 West Call Street, Starke IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ''Suggested trade-In. ;.;;... it participating declera.Th.nlcof .
-- Florida, and file the original THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
....'\ ., ..' ,,., ., '. ., iji 120.00 with the Clerk of the above- CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND r'
styled Court on or before December ,,<(1.
RECREATION' DEPARTMENT ;, ,4 22, 1972, otherwise a CASE NO. 1435 usasa ,/.
J. L. G. DA1L and MALLIE
; ; ., Judgment may be entered I
**, against you for the relief demanded DAIL, his wife Plaintiffs -VS- <<. "Tire Store /'
Utilities $ 150.00 In the Petition for Dissolution RAYMOND K. SUMPTER and \;.>"

6 of Marriage. BILLIE L. SUMPTER, his wife, \ \ ..
-- .. .. ..
,. WITNESS my hand and the seal Defendants. .. .bl
of said Court this 15 day of November NOTICE OF SALE >
'SANITATION-DEPARTMENT A.D.1972. Notice is hereby given pursuant \ '-

GILBERT S. BROWN to a Final Judgment of ... ''
Sanitation collection contract; ) 1 ,':'I.$! 200. 00 GILBERT S. BROWN Foreclosure dated November
I ,,' CLERKBY 16, 1972, and entered In Case

'. : Betty; Edwards Number 1435: of the above-
II" "
.. .
," :
I ';( 'f' entitled Court, wherein the
'\\I ,. Deputy\
FIRE DEPARTMENTUtilities Clerk, above described persons were
"1' r. parties, that I will sell to the

.,; ., I ELZIE S. SANDERS highest bidder for cash at the
;y. 16.49 Attorney for Petitioner Bradford County Courthouse,

Gas & Oil I \ ''h'/ 15.00Supplies In the City of Starke, Florida,

..y.':.. .' ;. '1>' 600.00 11/23 4t 12/14 at 11:00 A.M. on the lit day .r
& Equipment .. ";,,,'; of December. 1972. the following -
Insurance '.';: 220.00 described real property ( FllS = TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM

Debt payment-building :, ; 660.00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF situate in Bradford County, Florida Inerr9
> CIRCUIT and described in said
t"\II-i\ "''tIt-: 120,00 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,
Salaries .. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Final Judgment, to-wlt: I'
'" ft (;Guarantee flU
Repairs w' I ,'I' 300.00 COUNTY STARKK, FLORIDA Lot three <3X< Block B, w. e
CASE NO.-DIVISION 7 Blandlng Sub-division according

c...,.. :, "r". X2,051.49: .11 IN RE; The Marriage of: Wife, to In plat the of Public same Re-appearing QUALITY INSTALLATIONAND
.. ," : RUBY
'' ;,," County,
cords of Bradford
';.',' t ; and Florida. :r_


: Adrian Allen Armour Residence CLERK OF SERVICE
$ 27.62 Unknown COURT. EXCELLENT

., ,,' 1" RUBY JEAN GREEN AR- 11/23 Deputy 5t 1130"Willpower Clerk And A Price That! Right Or You
$11,462.79Proposed MOUR hM died a Petition In
TOTAL BUDGETED EXPENDITURES the above-styled Court for Dissolution "1 Buy It From Us And Install) Yourself And
of Marriage.. You are
to show cause, If any may be
Levy 5 Mills. had why due Petition should DOflUo.Ilf. SAVE, BIG MONEY

not be granted.- or before I ales, 0' G. E. Vo""l"/II" /
the 22nd day. of December, A.D. thE Old U U ill I'rotidr' l i ion \lid arrenU
Dealer. 4ui e "lall".SufM"+ .
I hereby certify that this is.a true and correct 1972; otherwise. a Judgmentmay

be entered against. you, \ Scrrtr Fine Quay Altr' r'
copy of the General Fund Appropriation Budget adoptedby granting the Dissolution ;lJZ' \

the. Town Council at' its regular meeting November 13 this WITNESS Court at my Starke hand ,and Bradford seal of 1ff&n Call Air Engineers Today For Fm Home, Or Business Surrey

1972, held at the Community Center, 'Broofcer, Florida. County, Florida this the 13 day .JJ : Of Your And Air

L November.GILBERT\ A.0.1972.; S. BROWN .. Heating Conditioning RoqulrcmtntsCALK

-'t. .. CLERK OF CUt-
"'" J .CUlTCQURT testtightenone 9Q4-8O41

Attests oyc 'Stokes Town Clerk BY Betty Edwards shoe lace and then walk

Deputy round.without tightening the Or Came I In A" SM U* At Our Offks Nut T* ,..

1V23--2t--11/30. 11/23-4 t-B/H. .Clerk other." IM.|1.E KMWI 0* 301 SMtb Of Sle,". ,

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0" .

Chair And Palmetto Fan
Rocking Fearless Prosecutor Or 'Long-Noted Cooter'? .

Greet Early Visitor To StarkeA Ted ]Duncan Honored By Friends

After 35 Years As State Attorney
writer "passing through After dinner, Mr. Cason saidIt seen. Really, I do not believe When settlers come here they ,
this vicinity" In the early affords him pleasure to assist we can be beaten anywhere; should purchase cattle to build
1890's gave the following account him neighbors In making known we shipped 30 carloads of oranges up their farms ,and orange
of his findings,which were facts that would benefit the last Mason and what little groves Instead of commercial Roses "with a few thorns on After the militant prosecution -
reprinted In pamphlet publish public, as our county has not damage was done to our fertilizer, u It certainly la the stems" were showered on' of Duncan and Williams,
ed to advertise Starke. A copy been advertised and but little groves by the late freeze, can- more lasting than commercial Ted Duncan the 8th Judicial'Circuit's Sv Judge Adidas sentenced the man
of the pamphlet vas' found by Is known of It. not be perceived, all now fertilizer. We have a solid fiery State Attorney, to life (or perhaps to death)
Mrs. Gladys Mansol Ayer In dim soil here, with a coatingof when more that 300 friends \ "I sy and the Infuriated defendant
the old Mansel farm house south "Well. sir I am now 62 I have noticed In the late green grass everywhere,and "and Slgsbee Scruggs" gathered ol ..r ; burst into a tirade:
of Starke. years old; I was born and raised papers that 800 sunstrokes have our roads are good free from at a retirement banquet In "

in Florida, have been a farmer occurred lately In one day In dust or mud at any season of Gainesville's Flagler .tan last "Judge Adidas you're sitting
ARRIVAL, IN STARKE all my life, and have lived In New York. Did you ever hear the year. Thursday night .1 up there on the bench like an
At 11 o'clock I arrived at this section 34 years; my doc- of a case here? Why"sire we ,." old blinking owl, and Mr. Williams
lion John B. Cason's residence tor bill has been on an aver- are cooler today than In New (Hon. John B. Canon was a Retiring of In January after 35 I -every time you walk
a large two-story house, York would do them a representative In our State Legislature years vigorous prosecution over
age about $3.50 a year; we ; we .. you try to throw your--up
shaded all around by large orange never had chills and fever In kindness to Invite them to spend In 1881-82 and Is known as the people's advocate"on the your shoulder As for you, Mr.
of "law and order Duncan
trees, and a more beautiful our family of ten children, andI their summers here; we havea here as one of the most honor- side Duncan, you look like nothing
home could not desire all the able and reliable said he was "overjoyed, I,
one never knew of a chill origi- pleasant breeze time gentlemen In so much as a pinch-nosed coot-
In Florida. I was met by Mr. nating here. elegant lakes of refreshing Bradford County.) overwhelmed and overcome"by erl"
Casonwith a rocking chair, waters to bathe In. all kinds of -- the tributes, which Includeda
and Mrs. Cason with a large fruit and watermelons fresh bound book of some 250 letters "And," Judge Murphree concluded -
palmetto fan,hospitality which "I have traveled over many and Juicy from out fields, andI This pamphlet was written, from friends and associates "Ted told me that he
our Northern friends would portions of this State and for believe out Northern friends of course, several years before all over the state recalling went home, looked in the mir
think only deserving a Governor. oranges and vegetables I believe are entirely unaware of the devastating freezes of Incidents, humorous and other- k, t + ror--and said damned if didn't

we can equal any I have such existing facts. the late 1890's that ruined the wise, during his colorful ca- -' ,look Just like ,a cooler!"
flourishing orange groves and reer.A :,
In one of the letters In Dun
killed the commercial citrus Industry ; .
In this part of Florida. native of Lake Butler and J" :., ,, can's bound book form.r Act-
one-time student of Bradford :Florida Char-
The following paragraphs from Ing Governor of
the pamphlet boasted that frost High School, Duncan. spent his ee y. ley E. Johns recalled the time
: etrircmiALs did not hurt the orange grovesIn long professional career In that Duncan. told him ,to keep
and around Starke, but a Gainesville and won the distinction his "big mouth shut."
I of out the
few later it to be carrying l
years was a
II .. different story: duties of his office so well It seems that Duncan. was
I that he never drew opposition making his first, and only opposed
I THE FROST LINE In all his many campaigns for race for the State Attorney -

Or a gold mine re-election. post, and was somewhat

Please bear in mind hard Even defense attorney Slgsbee 'Ju., Keep Your Big Mouth Shut!" worried about the outcome.
Johns and Ted's brother, Hap
to find.
Scruggs, whose courtroom bathes Duncan, of Starke, thinking to

You have got to dig for either; with Duncan were described Scruggs' sugar-coated thorns told of a bitter outburst bya be of help commandeered a
Handwriting On The WallOne but come to Starke Bradford by one speaker" as "the best Included the oft-told tale orn&ncan' convicted defendant In the sound truck and started tour-
show In town admitted that
Florida and If the the boostingTed
County, see courtroom undoing old days when Judge A.Z. Ad- Ing countryside
his had
frost set the groves back any; legendary adversary during the trial of a' notorious kins of Starke occupied the and throwing In a good
more defeat in the South like And whether not carried the torch of prosecutionwell Gainesville word and then for Dave
this lack of support has not see for yourself or bootlegger. bench, and Duncan was a promising now
that just suffered and the Democratic Just happened in the case at Senator they have as many oranges a* "ample, and pension had earned" his now As prosecuting Duncan young State Attorney, Sholtz for Governor
attorney, -
Party its nominees and office: ever, see that from 15 carloads
who had his assistant
McGovern. It happened to Johnson, glared at the witness witha as Fearing their activities might
holders are in for real trouble in to Kennedy, to Stevenson, and others. of etc.,vegetables etc., are, shipped strawberries from, Sharing .honors of the evenIng gimlet eye and demanded, legendary figure, the late offend supporters of other gubernatorial -
the South. This was the warning sounded And the results are becoming more here every season. Examineour was Duncan's wife, the for- "Do you or do you not sell Joe Hill Williams of Lake candidates, Ted

on a nationally televised program and more evident every election year. orange groves and fine mer Free Wym of Hampton, whiskey In the City of Gainesville Butler. read the riot act to his well-
Sunday by the Governor of Arkansas This November, a woman Republican lands (not sand either, for we he who Duncan attended said high he met school when In ? Murphree set the scene by meaning brother and friend,

whose state voted for the Republican defeated the Democratic nominee for claim a soil of dark loam, Starke, and without whom "I "Land sakes Mr. Duncan," explaining that Judge Adkins causing Johns to apologize and

Presidential nominee this year for Public Service Commission for the different from any other portion would still be Jerking soda In Hal the man replied, "you ought to had the habit of blinking his things uk, "What right?"can we do to make
State) with sod
of the a know-you bought enough from at Intervals Joe
the first time in history. first time a woman has been electedto Malnes' drug store In Lake. eyes frequent ,
of green grass the year 'round. "
me. Hill Williams walked with a "Just
such office in the state. And on See a county that Is self-sus Butler. keep your big mouth
decided limp due to one leg "
The Governor's should Going Scruggs one better was shut, Ted told the man who
warning the local level another woman Republican taming, even without oranges, shorter than the other
being ,
de resistance" among would the Gov-
As "piece the senior Judge of the Circuit one day occupy
strike fear to the hearts of Democratic or the shipment of early vegetables -
hundred and Duncan had thin
came within a few and fruits. the tribute bearers, John A.H. Murphree, who a long, ernor's mansion.
officeholders in the South who, by votes of defeating the Democratic nom- nose.

turning their backs on the party every inee for the House of Representatives But If you buy land, or an ... ..... .. ,-
national election are not only seat in District 25: (Bradford, orange grove-- no matter ..

i strengthening the Republican party on Clay: and St. Johns counties). where-- always see what you
the National level, but on the state buy, do not select from a paper "" .
of some Imaginary town,or city, 4 ,
and local levels as well. Democratic Needless the action }' '. .
to say, or or orange grove; be certain you ... .:. :" "
>i t officers may think they are protecting non-action, of many of our Demo- get what you buy, and we will .

f their own hides by withholding cratic Party officeholders refusing not have you saying we are humbugs ir

I their support from a party nominee to openly support the National ticket and swindlers. The swindlers -
with the .we have here are North-
who they think is unpopular has
I contributed to these defeats or
ern swindlers who come here
in the
massesand perhaps they are
near defeats.It for that express purpose. A n a
short run. But every time a Republican spa

Presidential nominee is elected he shouldn't'' take much of a crystal Come here In person or express I

carries others in on' his coattails, ball up show them they are, ultimately agent, to see what you'' .', '. '. '
want and do not then "
even hurry;
the party' with :
strengthening even contributing to their''' own dereat'by you may be better satisfied by ,,' \ : ;: :, "

victory. eventually, the Democrat who a member of the opposition party. looking around for a few days. ,.:, /1. '0'iII .
is afraid to the party under ,. .. :ia.i ;
support We have a carriage and horses, ,.. ; .... .. 'It; .' : .
whose banner he has been elected, Perhaps the Democratic Party does and we will take. pleasure In :" ,' ., ,: .0",,".. ,' .....,
may find himself defeated by the nom- showing you what we have. We ,' :.iff;' ."" '" .,,"'.1 ,",. ,..

inee of the opposition party he has ..' need advocatebut reorganization it ,also as so needs many a now lot are Land Agents, it Is true, a .:...i.fiJ; ; :,," :.;.: :t/r, (/ I :\.:,\ '
business )
legitimate where the
; '
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\ .
helped to strengthen by non-support the of its ,"" '' ';,,' ), ) :! : ,: (' : :
more loyalty on part supposed parties make it a special effort r;. .' :.' I"" ",' {: '\ :; '
of his own party in national elections. "leaders." to collect together the different : .:, ,,!! \ !" ""\' ''khi't"' \ !" .-. '
\ "..", .irt.Jii'\'I',/" l\i''f/\:, (/ :c (.lfJjtll'di' ('!;) ,(',' ;,,;.' ,-. J.r1 ,' +
properties for sale, and ,: ," ,
; : ,
1 "
: J .
I point them out to those who '," :,,'! '; : : ,\ : ; : :; ?!;,'\:"; o ::';, ..\.' ,:, "' :;\10
,,[i.t1f'i"I'h; '/ ; : it," >'[''' '{.' .
: 'I' 'If'
I'' may want such. ,..,1 :;,\; : :'.-N'I ,, "l""', ':
We Need To KnowThe ,,0. jl k.;(, ,, "( : : ; ,',:\1. ,' ,: ',
', ," : ," ::
We promise to treat you well, .\ ,':','>11'.' 'IL ," .
introduce you to our people, ''''i\'''}'( ''': ; ".> '
of State and hour .' "
27th 'Amendment to course years. wage 1> .1
proposed ; : ;JIll
show ,
you what we have for sale .
.. '\
the I1. S. Constitution has already been laws would be overridden, and essential and certainly there are no requirements ; :,',', ; \. \i .j\Y"i\',,'.11!"' : .. "

ratified by the C. S. Congress and health legislation favoring women to purchase any- 'I' "!"

twenty-two of the necessary thlrteight' ).- would be destroyed. thing. You are still at liberty .t-I' ; A

states. It is possible thoughwe to do as you see nt. :r-:

hope not-- that it will come up -Social Security legislation wouldbe ORANGE GROVES'

for consideration at the special legislative endangered and Congress and the Around the "beautiful" Lake

i session called by Governor state legislatures would, have to wipe Navarre near Hampton several

Askew for three days, starting November out special benefits now provided for hundred acres of rich muck

i 28.Although. wives! and widows, or else provide lands near and around the lake,

similar benefits for husbands and wid- there are also several hundred THE SPI1IIT OF THANKSGIVING
acres of Improved and unim-
owers. proved lands, making altogether -

the Governor Included the about 1,000 acres which aro Thanksgiving Is a time for were out hunting, while the
equal rights amendment in his call -The amendment would destroy the admirably suited for acompanyor family gatherings, such as this ladies remained behind to pre- >J County Agent News J JBv

for the special session, he now, seemsto safeguards that society has erected a number of settlers to locate one caught by the lens of the pare the feast.
the thereon. Many thrifty; farmers famous Hoover Bros., who operated -
around the wife and mother as
realize that this complex proposalhas with their large' orange groves a studio In Starke for halfa Bobby I.. Taylor
not received the study that it center of the family. The courts wouldbe ,reside around the lake. The century. Although none of White line, cutting: diagonally

warrants before action on it is taken. forced to place the same respon- famous Fort Harley orange the group Is Identified It Is by through a crack the picture In the Is caused
sibilities for support of the familyon tree, the oldest and largest typical of holiday gettogethersIn old-time
He agrees that many, new membersof glass negative the kind used Slow continulous rain might A
mothers with children as orange tree In the State, Is located the early days of Bradford report from our Bradford
the House and Senate have had young here. by the Hoovers In their earliest not be too appealing to the out- County State farmers market

no opportunity to study it in orderto on the father. County. photography Black area in doorsman or folks who like to In Starke tells us that prices
The menfolks, presumablyall -- upper right hand get away from the house but
make an intelligent decision. This section Is rapidly advancing cormer Is have been good for our pecan
-It would subject women to the In value for reason of except two small boys- caused by a break In the plate. getting moisture this way Is the ,crop this year. It also tells
draft rather than safeguarding Its many natural advantages.' best way to alleviate the dry hue that our production has been
This also applies to the general of future Railroad facUlties Its several :: .c:::( ".._.. c : ::::;:;:::::;:::::::::::::::::;::::::,::::::: conditions we have had this 'very light because of poor grow
public. All we know about the ERAis them as mothers our churches, schools, fishing fall It takes time for moisture log conditions during the late
have read generations.All lake and healthfulness. Drunk Drivers to meet a depth of 4 to Inches.
what we have heard, or on Maps spring and summer.Extremes ,
in some publication that or and full description sent on ap lETTERS.CRUEL
may may Run
Our winter
of these things may be true, plication. Greater crops are responding In moisture condi-
not have the correct Information. to these rains and are tions have cause problemswith
or some of them may be exaggerationsor Risk Of Arrest
HAMPTONWe beginning to look good. Early crop set, and insect and
,: Opponents of the amendment tell us misinterpretations. But until we have for sale several valu- TREATMENTDear growth of rye and ryegrass can diseases have taken a heavy
-for It would be foolish Florida motorist who cut the feed bill and allow our
that know sure, able orange groves, as well as haven't ,toll of nuts. I understand the
to take action on such a vital Issuein cleared and uncleared lands In learfted to stay away from behind Mr Matthews: livestock to remain In a better next and final auction will be
'' of the Legislature the of Starke and the wheel after consuming I condition drulng the winter held on the market
-It would destroy all the protective a brIef' special session vicinity Hampton saw a pitiful site on Road Thursday,
months.The .
an excessive amount of alco- November
also large bodies timber 100 this morning on my way 30th. Pecans should
legislation achieved 1 by women over the lands along the line of the two hol, are finding the odds of to Starke. It was three hunting be brought to the platform before -
Railroads passing through this being arrested are becoming hounds, who looked like late fall and early winter 12:00 noon on Thursday.
county. greater all the time. they had been starved to death. months are the beet time to take The sale Is scheduled to beginat
They could barely stand on their a look at your total farming and 1:30: p.m
t- We have a branch office at According to J.D.Wright,Jr., marketing program for the next
Hampton where the Georgia Director of the Governor's feet.Such year. The current )'ear.'pro- .
--:---:::::: fh Southern and Florida crosses Highway Safety Commission treatment Is against the 'gram should be evaluated and
The Bradford( CountylELEGRAPH ._.:.:: ..dL'" II, the Florida Central and Peninsula "The number of arrests of DWI law and I think ifs about time 'adjustments made that will Even though we talk constant
!" Railroad. This section Is by the everybody with hunting houndsis make your operation more efficient ly about the problems we have
"" .... rapidly growing into prominence during the ffirstt442wweeks of Investigated, and If found and productive. Land in the production and marketing
1879 ru... :" since the con.tructlonoflhe 1972, has risen by 22,2% this guilty of such cruelty; In my for crops should be selectedsoil agricultural products, we
ESTABLISHED OeDW.II new Railroad, Just being com- year. Arrest records Indicate opinion, should be fined andprosecuted : samples taken and analyzed still have a lot to be thankful
therefore the Son shall pleted. There are many large 6.318 motorists were charged to the full extent of and lime or other soil for. We still have the tremendous -

Mt111FLORIDAA'ESS make you free ye shell .be free and valuable orange groves with DWI during the first t V2 the law ''amendments applied well inad- capability to produce and

Indeed.-(John 8:36). here. months of 1971, and the number _Mrs. Willie Lee Geiger I vance of planting the crop. provide food efficiently for our
has risen to 7,720 fOl'th. same ;Sources of the proper varietiesof population and other countries
The future of the Theressa
prospects Fla.ihe
If we are unhappy with our situated period this year." seed should be found and orders of the world.
ASS 9'yrT O N life, and how feel we are change unimportant our- village aa It Is on the crossing of the "Alcohol Is Involved In approximately should be placed early I hope that we all will pause
can we
Railroads In Florida half Old Iftnw
two principal of all fatal during the Thanksgiving
-' outlook? Listen to the voice It Is also advisable to check week
/ ) ) centalnly far excel any crashes, Wright reported, and realize the tanlflcance
!! of
within us that tells us of the village we !know of In the State. "and removing the drinking the financial picture of your the blessings we have and strive
wondrous good that la In us, Town lob, and fanning lands driver from the road Is th*bait i operation before the end-of to do UI even better job In the
that always helps us believe are cheap here, and we can way we Imow of to help everyone r !'your' fiscal year. If you had years to com.
E.L. MATTHEWS, Editer.Publish.r that things can be better and offer splendid inducements to ARRIVE ALIVE." a good year, you will want to

Published sack Thwrtday and ntrd .* Second brigher. It is the Christ in us parties wishing to make themselves He Indicated the pilot program buy equipment, supplies) and
IM e
Clot Matter. at the Pest Offi!t..t Starko, Florida let let a home or as an Investment currently being conducted In U other costly Items that will be
undor Act .f Maw 3rd 1879. that will not us go, or Descriptive HUlsborough County; to learn needed next year before this
Subscription' In trld. *,..: 1 f.or/$6.00; Outside us down: it is the Christ in us and other Information given map on how to deal with persons ap- year ends. It you bad a poor

tr.... s.'..; 1 ,..r", 17.00. that Is forever free, forever application. 'prenended and convicted of the **Th future U that time year, you can delay same of
helping us to reach up toward -Gardiner A Pace charge, will benefit all citizens. when you'll with you'd don these expense until after the
the light of Truth. Stance Florida of the State. whet you aren't doing now." first of the next year. :

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c While you wrap up your day's shopping ,;1"\'\: : ; You'll be pleased to know that your''"' .""J\.
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merchants will gift
many wrap '
dollars get more for you Downtown.

,, O your'purchases free. Special ornate >:
'I:: You save on gas, wear and tear on the ,'
wrapping? Done, at an extra charge. / And ,;
d car maybe even parking fees. ,
g 0 It's the little things that add up to, .,,:i often wyou'll
"\ discover that prices are ,I'. ,. -
more. time in which to enjoy Christ- i ,
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mas Day to its fullest. ,.", .. ping here, your dollar is kept where it <', I' '

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) for t the wee ones, youngsters, teens,

The service you receive from trained ,
-- adults oldstersl! Rest assured, the ;

salespeople has that special personal /lJ % .
awe? mer.chQndisQ..... is high quality.After,
:, ,, .. ;t'ir,1 ) ;"; .IT. ; t" -.j.' 'r't.: 4 ''''' '4' touch.tThey're.eager. to help you make,. 'J--: '1'" I ", ,
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G\\\S 4Qt \\tt\\\1 fast, courteous service. Do shop now the job. People, who like yourselves I
,1CQe while selection is complete. ...,are friends and neighbors. They care. Pdl
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,. end right in the Saint Nick of time! That wonderful o' ,V"'

Christmas spirit is already iii the air. The lights are glistening

and the windows 'are a wonderland.> You'll find an exciting selection ( {\.
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of little exotic ideas S '
big gifts gifts things practfaal :

for your family, your friends, :your home.Values? They're hutl-

'et pampering. So, make out your lists. Shop right here at home.

,,, [Take it the greatest Christmas yet!


<< -:44: A' Special Christmas Shopping Edition "


Of The Telegraph December 7, 1972

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Lake Butler, State Farm (Raiford) 'TRY ,

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FIRST UNITED METHODIST; //I f1; I1'IT |[W; n 1k .l'f lIt'' [I<< IU -. .". I, -, ..'

STARKE Sunday Sunday School. 9:45: i I L, IX ,I', \':"" < ;' ;" 1:',

am.j; Morning Worship at 11; TN,whtri"' your Iretiuti h., Bun hhi i W Hurt to ifci"Services' O. W. Ebling'
UMYF. 6:30.Meetings and Recreation STARKE CHURCH STARKE HAMPTON CHURCH CHRISTIAN FIRST CHRISTIAN criiftfCH Held Services HeldWednesday

WednesdayChildren's ChoirRehearsal Sunday School.. 9:45; Morn- ThanksgivingService Holy Euc'harlst8:30 a.m. Sunday School lo a.m. Morn Sunday Service Sunday School For Mrs.,> ,JohnsonAt
6:30: p.m.; Youth ing Worship at II, sermon"The 2 2 Sundays, and II a.m. on 1st and ing Worship 11 ajn Evening 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship
Choir Rehearsal. 7; Mid-Week' Elect Lady". Bell Ringers' Nov. 3rd Sundays. Worship 7.-James Shaw pastor 10:45: ajm. EveninllServlce: Kingsley Lake
p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday Orval Warren Ebling, 70, of
Prayer Group, 7:30: ; Chancel Group A. 5:15: ; Church Traln- Morning Prayer-- 11 a.m.,
Choir Rehearsal 8 ing. 6:15; Evening Worship. 2nd 4th, and 5th 6:30 p.m. Starke, died in a Gainesville
-Rev. George L.HarpeS Pas 7:30 sermon "A Word of The annual Union Thanksgiving Church School9:45 Sundays.sum. LAURA BAPTIST'' -J.C. Brown, minister Mrs. Wilma E'. Johnson, 80. hospital Sunday, after an extended -
tor. Warning and Comfort". Service, sponsored by the Sundays EYC, 6 : Sun- Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Morning widow of W.N. Johnson, former illness He was bomIn
Monday-- Bell Ringers Group Starke Ministerial Alliance. p.m. Worship 11 ajn. Evening EVERGREEN BAPTIST residents of Starke died Illinois on Dee. 21, 1901;
MADISON STREET B, 6 p.m.; Combined Youth will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday days.John M. Flynn Rector. Worship 7:30: pjn. Midweek Bible CHURCH Saturday Nov. 18, In Columbia, was a retired plant superintendent -
BAPTIST CHURCH and Church Choir Practice, 7 !!, Nov. 22, In the First Study Wednesday, 7:30: p. Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng S.C. after an extended illness.: with Florida Power ALight
Baptist Church. Worship at 11 a.m. Sunday She was bom In Rock Hlll, Co., and a Baptist.
Sunday, November 26: p.m.Tuesday-- Young Musicians, The speaker will be Rev. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST m.Be In church Sunday. night Service at 6:30.: S.C. on June 15, 1892, and resided Surviving are two eons, War
Sunday School 9:45; Morn- Music Makers, 3:30: ; G. A.; Eric Johnson of the First Pre- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- -Lester Austin, pastor. Wednesday night prayer In Starke for many years ren Ebling of KIngsley Lake,
Ing Worship II Church Training Bell Ringers Group C, 4:15; sbyterian Church, and music Ing Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- meeting at 7:30.:: before moving to Pomarla,S.C.: and Walter Ebling Mlcanopy;
6:15 WMU Ii Prayer Circle "M" Night. Madison Street will be provided by membersof vices (Booster Band Young GREATER BETHLEHEM -Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. Pas to live with her daughter. She two half brothers. O.K. Herr
7:15: Evening; Worship 7:30.: Baptist Church 7:30.: the combined choir of local People, and Prayer Service), FREE WILLBAPTISTCHURCH tor. was a. member. of, the Baptist Bunnell; and Wilbur Herr Beaverton -
Monday--; Yoxth Choir 7:00 Wednesday Acteen Meeting churches, both youth and 6 p.m Evening Worship 7 p.m. Cor. Ash & Chestnut? Sunday Church. Oregon; and seven
5 p.m. Family Night adult. A practice will be heldat Midweek Service Wednesday School 9:30.; Morning Worship, CHURCH OF GOD Surviving Is her daughter grandchildren.
P.m.Tue.dayBible Study 10 a. Supper, 6 p.m.; Prayer Meet- 6:30: p.m. at the First 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, II; League 4 p.m. Night Service 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Mrs. Gladys Graham,Pomarla, Funeral services were heldat
m.; Girls In Action and Acteens. Ing and R. A., Meeting, 6:30; Baptist Church under the direction Pastor. 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Wil Sunday School 10 a.m.,MornIng S.C.j two sons, Harold A.Johnson II a.m. Tuesday In Jones
3:30( p.m. "M" Night, 7:30.: Teachers and Officers Meet- of William George. liams, pastor Worship 11 a.m. Sunday "of Gainesville, and Theodore Memorial Chapel with Rev.Sam
WednesdayPrayer MeetIng Ing, 7:15; Church Choir Practice The public is Invited to attend MORGAN ROAD Evening 7 P.m. Youth Night Johnson Lavonla,. Ga.; Cuthbert officiating Interment
Mission Friends, 7:30 8 p.m.James this annual service. BAPTIST CHURCH LONG. BRIDGE BAPTIST Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Prayer ten grandchildren and 14 great followed In Klngsley Lake
p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:30.: T. Brock, pastor.ST. CHURCH Meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. grandchildren. Cemetery'with Jones Funeral
Denton Sumrall Pastor HOLY EUCHARIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng --Rev. M.E. Fussell, pastor Funeral services were held Home In charge
Ing Worship at 11. Training Worship 11 Evening at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the
AT ST. a.m.
MARY'S CATHOLIC Union, 6:30; Evening Service' Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH graveside In Klngsley Lake r' I/
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH MACCLENNY St. Mark's Episcopal Church 7:30.: Everyone welcome. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Cemetery with Rev. Lacy Con- I s Qlr.Ilih/ ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy will hold Holy Eucharist service Wednesday-- Prayer and -Rev. Robert Haisten,pastor. Ing Worship II a.m. i Evening way officiating DeWitt C.Jones He mndeithee, to hear hi-
Bible 7:30
ing Worship 11. Training Union Study, : p.m. Wednesday
Mass Worship, 7 p.m. Funeral Home was In charge of
Day 5:30: p.m. at 10 a.m. on Thanksgiving instruct
voice that he might
6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30. --Rev. Bob Cooper pastor. CHURCH OF CHRISTAT Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ,arrangements.
-Itev. Jim Black, pastor. Day.BAYLESS. 7 Young Peoples Meet-. thee.-( >eut. 4:26)).

t,.:.:".:..:..;"N......'.:........................,.,.................,...,.........;..................,............................oY...............................................-.-:."..'....."" .".'.-......i................................................. KINGSLEY LAKE Schedule of MELROSE Services: Ing P.m.every Monday, 7 p.m. i e, ., 'One of God'H,jm'utoHt' gift-
: 11 11Ii HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone :Middle-age has iU draw is the foiiHcioiH'o Jh. hUll In;
SmyrnaMissionary .' ::: BAPTIST CHURCH Kenneth Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship U ajn. Even- welcome. bucks but there is smnc con- stilled in all of UH. ActinIC Ilk!
'. '" i i Sunday School director.10 a.m.Morning Ing Worship at 11. Training Ing Worship 7 p.m. solution. In knowing that >'ouro ''a warning boll thin i-oimcU-nei'
.:- 'r Church Training Union 6:30 p.m.; Evening All other evenlng-8 p.m. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH neither young tun old tells UH when we'are about to
Worship. at 11. Norman direc- Worship, 7:30: Prayer Meeting BROOKER viiiuich\: fur ,;in\Uudy in Wuslv-: do something that will cnUlIl'hui'm
r Gerald
I! ji# 6 tor.o.m.Evening Worship, 7 p.m. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. GRACE CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- liifiton lo,be.losing! any sleep to UK'or1 to othvm. W '
Mid-Week Prayer and Bible --Rev. S.C. Cuthbert Interim MACCLENNY ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 over \'uu.I. should heed it at nil times., .
{r pastor. p.m. Training Union 6 P.m. ..
j jj Study, 7 p.m.J. Sunday School 10 Morn-
a.m. .
t Church -Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor I.
Baptist Pastor
: J. D. Robinson,
i ;r ti k BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship II; Training Union .
j !
BROOKER, FLA. 7: Evening Worship 8. Wed- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Do You. Have A
HOPE BAPTIST CIIURCII nesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: BAPTIST CHURCH .
I REVIVAL MEETING f II (8 ml. south of Starke on hwy. Rev. Jim'Temple pastor.Sunday -Rev. Leon T. Odom,Jr.,pas 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser- Heating System That
100) tor. ,
} School, 10 a.m.Ron Bristol vices: Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Superintendent Preaching II a.m.Training Un- '
I 7:30 Nightly II Morning Worship II a.m. 6:45. Lowell Training Douglas, LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL ion 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship. Costs ,A Lot Of
Choir Practice .6:30: p.m. rector. Worship Services 11 a.- HOLINESS CHURCH 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Money
Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. m.. 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor.
:;;; NOV. 27 UKC. 3 Prayer & Bible Study .. Wed. vice, 7:30. Lavern Outlaw,music Morning Worship II ajn. Youth And Still Keeps
; 7:30: 0.m.Rev. director. Service 6 .m. Evening Wor-
Services By Rev. Curtis Gainey Merle L. Packham,pas ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
| tor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Prayer Meeting 7:30: You Cold?
D.m. Raiford Road & Weldon St.
Dinner OF
:s:1: .f FIRST PRESYTERIAN 1404 E. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor Sunday School. 10 ajn. MornIng STARKE
Bessent Road APPLIANCE
: After Worship II. Sunday Evening SERVICE
Service. Sun. STARK
:."."."...."......'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...............''..'.''.'.'....''.'.'.".'..'.''..'".''.'''.'.','.''.','''.'..'.''..'.''..'.'.''..;:'-:'.:'.:.':'.:.':'.:...'Dec....,.......................,.J.:.':....;..."..............................................................;.o.x:....; Sunday Church School, 9:45: ; Family Home Evening-Mon BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH 7 p.m. Thursday night 7:30.:
Morning Worship at 11.Nursery day.Primary- Tuesday 1 4:30 p.m. SETS HOMECOMING -Charles Thomas pastor. Can Install ,A
provided. WednesdayRelief Beulah Baptist Church on
Wednesday Youth Fellowship 7:30.: Highway 21, Clay County, will PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL,
T 7:30: p.m. ThursdayM.I.A..- 7:300.m. observe Homecoming Day on METHODIST CHURCH I
GAINESVILLEBusiness \ Thursday--Choir Rehearsal :Sunday-= Priesthood,8:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 12, which will be Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -, --
7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10:30: a.m. Eve- the church's 122nd Anniversary. Worship 11 am. Youth Ser-
.oJ. --Erik T, Johnson, Minister. ning Meeting 6 p.m.Sacrement Speaker for the mornIng vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship; !.
-Jesse D. Branson, Branch service will be Rev. .Richard 7:30 p.m. Rev. L.L. GrlfHs
i Directory# PINE LEVEL BJVPTIST President. M.- Barber.. pastor. g fj ed "
., There will be special singing ." ,. ., .Or ? '
,, t" ?* ( M-' Sunday.School! ,.IQa.m..,MornIng ?.",IB ..." ", In the afternoon. on.. y. a rr 6' I
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AUTO SAlES'' I'J! A GARDEN-SUPPLIES OOSMr H. ,, UIIoIIK.) I rf .1f tr/tmct-rr: / r Faith Temple: Trio, Under>1W ,'" J J'nrrr 01 l ; lreu -: '
People'and Prayer Service '
Sund' School 10 Morn- 1*= QUartet 'and .
6 Evening Worship 7 .m.i; Son the Weeks Quartet ship Services. II a.m. .
BRASINGTONn Johnson& Faris Inc. Midweek p.m. Service Wednesday p.m. ing Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study perhaps others.A 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wednesday -.
7:30 John 6:30 p.m.- Evening Service 7:30 basket lunch will be ser- 7 p.m. Ladles Bible f
Rev. Strickland
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS Pastor.ST.p.m.. ved at 1 p.m.JORDAN. Class Thursday 11 a.m.Church Ur \ace
SALES & SERVICE Insecticide.,*,* Pet Supplies P.m.Wednesday Prayer and located one block west on SR ,
Fin. selection of Used Cars FERTILIZERS EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Bible Study 7:30: p.m. MISSIONARY 16.J.P.H.
Taken On Cadillac Trades We Rent Fertiliser Spreaders CHURCH; STARKE -Melvln Hamel, Pastor.CONGREGATIONAL BAPTIST MISSION Bell, minister That, Does The Job'

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378.0476 Father James Cregan, pastor U.S. 301 North, behind Tutee BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday Freez Drive In, Sunday Economically.EIR .
CHURCH School 10 Morn-
BEAUTY ACADEMY Mass 10 am. Holy Day Mass School 10 ajn. Worship Ser- Sunday a.m.
GLASS Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Ing Worship II a.m. Evening
-. 7 p.m. 6 Morning Worship 11 a.m. vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer
Confession Saturday Service 7:30 Wednes- : PRICES AND
: p.m.
POWELL'S LIDDELL Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. .
p.m.School of Religion: Thursday night Prayer Meet day.Leroy Olive E.L. J.C. Saunders, pastor' ,
Beauty AcademyLearn pastor
ing 7:30 .
Glass"Company Grade School Sunday 11 a.m. p.m.David Grlffls associate pastor QUALITY
a Profession In Your to 12 noon. Hodges, Pastor. CHURCH OF GOD

Spar. Time. Full or Part "Clots For Every" Purpose" P.m.High School-- Wednesday 7 HEILBRONN BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Schedule LAWTEY of services FLA.: Sunday. WORK IS OUR PRIDEWe

Tim. Store Fronts Mirrors CHURCH HIGHWAY CHURCH
16 N. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship -
21' N.W. 10 th378.2766' Tub Enclosures' Showers NEW RIVER BAPTIST Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Intersection of Highways 16 at 11.' Evangelistic Service .
ClotsNEw"lJp"dATION Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Morning Worship 11. Training (North) and 225. Rev. Wayne!, 6 p.m. YPE and Prayer
Furntturet'Tops. ing Worship 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Ser- Wells, pastor Meeting each Wednesday 7:30: Also( Have A
Replocod<>j'1; Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning p.m.Rev.. Daisy Kight. pas '
8 p.m. Wednesday' Night service Service 7:30. Service at 11. Evening Service tor. '
ELECTRICMotor < 7:30: p.m. Everyone"' wel- -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas- 7:30. Wednesday Service 7:30: Repairman For Any Item.

Repair Co. 1228 So. Mat;. Caln.tYill. come. tor. p.m.
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[ffi 'I Clay County Young Democrats Five To Fill
"I' I'S Qualify
By' Linda Wharton

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Lack, Of Party LeadershipNovember"

Three Council SeatsKeystone I

SHRINERS ATTEND Our best wishes for"a speedy brated their wedding anniversaries

CEREMONIAL, recovery.Mrs. with dinner at the Columbia 13, 1972
Seven Shrlners and their Blanche Cunningham Is Restaurant in Tampa and Heights elections Ing. The five qualifying; were ee of the DuPont Company
wives were on hand for the also In Alachua Hospital suffer Mr. have come back to life after _
It was the fourth year theyhave Floyd I. Cnann, Chairman > Bill Cole, employee relations -
Shrine Ceremonial at Jacksonville ; ing from a broken thigh she celebrated their anniversaries Clay County Democratic Executive Committee a lapse l of two years In whichno supervisor with General Verge Homer Incumbent
Beach, Nov. 17-18. Joe received In Councilman, former City
a fall. together.. Courthouse Annex elections were held becauseno Electric in Gainesville Clerk
Watson, Lavon Lowery and Rudolph Gay Livingston la home recuperating Mrs. Henry Schuber is enJoy- Green Cove Springs Florida Incumbent candidates remained --Don Pangbom,former own and housewife.The .
Thorwart were the candidates : election will be held December
a very painful lag a .two-week visit from her unopposed. er and operator of the Keystone
entering the Shrine. fall be had from a ladder re sisters, Mrs. Joseph Marron Dear Mr. Cnann: Reversing this trend, five Lumber Supply.Ed : S. Thetwohlghestvote-;
of Those from Keystone attending cently.: He was taken to the of Rldgewoy N.J. and Mrs. candidates qualified Tuesdaynight -- Timmons, faculty member getters will serve the two
lern- the ceremonial were Mr. Medical Center but released as, Theodore Yang of Kewgardens The Young Democrats Club of Clay County met on for three upcoming: Council at the Keystone Heights two-year terms, and third high
*-' and Mrs. Charles Rider Mr. thankfully. there.were no broken November 9th and considerable discussion centered on vacancies, when five peti- School. will serve out the unexpired

and Mrs. M.J. Haynes Gilbert Walter N.Y.Mrl.. Roy Watkins,her sister the recent primaries and general election. The mem- tions were approved at a special --Everett Fox Incumbent one-year term of resigned
''I; Reed Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Grollck la home recovering Mrs. Thelma Preston of Melrose bership expressed strong concern about the results of 7:30: p.m. Council meet- Council chairman and Councilman Huntley Redfearn,
,,1-, Alken Mr., and Mrs Scotty from eye surgery. Mrs. Paul Calhoun and the state and local campaigns particularly the close- .Jr.
&; McLean and Mr. and Mrs. Edith Smith has been on Mrs. Edward Browning both ness and defeat of several Democratic candidates.

J.C. Weeks.. crutches this PUt week after of Madison have returned from
["- / a fall she suffered In her kit- a three-week vacation touring The appearnace of party switching, lack of support 9 Keystone Council Given

e"' LADiESrCOLF' chen. Hope you will be getting the New England States. High of our candidates, even active vocal and open support RA T I
y; ASSN. about without them soon Edith. defeated Democratic primary Instruction
Several ladles points' of their trip were the for the opposition from a Li o In RodentsHow
["" from the Key- Mary Cook. Mrs. Phil Kro- Acadia National Park, a spectacular candidate Indicates the lack of organization and support
'- stone1 Golf and Country Club mer Mrs. C.\V. Hardy and Mrs from the Democratic Party. This responsibility falls fine
and 1mp..lOIIII1ent."Should
him In
drive in see house .
, attended the Ladles Invitation ocean Maine to tell the difference you your ,
n: Sashoff
al' at the Fernandlna Beach from have returned the White and Green Mountains on all Democrats and especially the Clay County Demo- between a House Mouse and a then he's pretty apt to be oneot any bird or native
a ten-day trip to Hawaii. of Vermont cratic Committee.The the 'exotic mammal fur-bearing animal become obnoxious
'd'S Golf and Country Club November This ,. and New Hampshireand Cotton Rat was explained to the types
14. Vonclle was a trip sponsored by the Amish country in Lancaster Keystone Heights City Council Mrs Mullls replied becausethe or destructive, the Mayor
>S nice Worley Pat Herman Ketch,Ber- the National Federation of Women's Pa. .Mrs. Watkins said main purpose for the organization of the Young last week by pert and pretty native Golden Mouse Cot- or Chief of Police Is here-

'n Allen Vesta Aiken and Lois KM Clubs and these ladles 'they saw snow and that the Democrats Club of Clay County Is to promote and foster Marilyn Mullis,ranger-natura ton Rat,. and Wood Rat stay by authorized to take necessary
Walker reported an enjoyable time. colors of the leaves changingwas better leadership and government within our county. list at Gold Head Branch State away from civilization and Inhabit and proper action In accord-
letI' were among the group Mr. and Mrs. D.P. Davis of fantastic. They all enjoyeda The Club hopes that more Young Democrats will become Park. the woods." ance with his sound discretionto
that the
enjoyed Wise
luncheon. Lois day Walker golf and Va. and Valdosta Ga. wonderful trip. Involved In dally support of representative governmentand The unscheduled lesson In"rodenUy" The Golden Mouse, Mrs Mullls remove said bird or native
home with came were weekend guests of Mr.and Mary Ann Duke was the guest not be allowed to lay dormant from election to came during the explained Is very rare and fur-brearlng animal" from the
prize for Mrs.
a which given the Ray Starnes. Lepa Davis speaker at the Starke Rotary election. The Club will encourage these activities and course of Mrs. Minis plea for makes Its nest in Spanish moss. city limits, the ordinance says.
longest putt she had and
on Ray and Lucille Starnes Club last It support all views which will stimulate Interest and The she said Is Among the
!ft the eighteenth hole. week. was a moti- enactment of a city ordinance name derived reasons why Keystone
Congratulations finished high school together candidates. this is the best for all citizens. from' should .
Lois! buy Mrs. vational speech encouraging Surely designating Keystone Heights bright gold color. have such an ordinance y.
,GIsct I Winners of the Best Ball Starnes would not tell business men to be better husbands a sanctuary and reserve for the As far as those pesky Armadillos Mrs. Mullls mentioned -
of a me what
year. and fathers, therefore beThe Young tor that new protection of birds and native that root up the yard :
twosome If
played Nov. 17 there is theaDmocrats
was who could
Vonclle Ketch anyone becoming better businessmen.The to maintain their established fur-bearing animals. are concerned-- they would not --To promote and encourage
won by and Rae like to
. Allen with 68 for 18 any plants or Wharton clan is going to leadership. These approaches must come from The ordinance has the sup- be protected by the ordinance the continued protection
tdUe. Vesta Alken In holes. to the'Keystone Golf and Atlanta the weekend of 17-18. within our ranks in order that our candidates will have port of the Junior Woman'sClub because they're "exotic mammals of our native wildlife and their

hl7 place In putts came with 32.for and first Su of Country the Club for beautification Maybe I'll have something Interesting a framework for progress. In our Judgement,. the office and the Garden Club of ," Mrs. Mullls said. habitatsTo ;
I Dwyer, second with the matchof Pro course Ed please contactour to tell you about our holder has carried this responsibility in the past. the Lakes. Mrs. Mullls told She later told a Telegraph -- promote the interest
1..' cards. Rodgers. trip when we return. Council members.But reporter "I don't like Armadillos of non-residents of the city in
There will be no play enjoyed and Mrs Ed Tlmmlns I hope everyone has a very The population explosion in Clay County has put a tre- to get back to the rats, because they eat the the continued appeal of the natural -
on a trip to Clearwater
toe Thanksgiving but the following nice Thanksgiving. Just look mendous demand on our government for numerous ser- and how you tell 'em apart. skunks." elements of the area, and
v week tee off time 9 their recently where they visited around ;you and I am sure you vices. This is caused by the transition from a rural The Norway Rat,. Black Rat,. Mrs. Mullis read the proposed call attention to the many species -
fin neighbors
there will be low a.m. of Panama Col. will find much to be thankfulfor. to a subruban county. Our county government should and House Mouse are "exotic ordinance in full and the of birds and mammals in
a low and Mrs. Ned
.i\ net and low putts tournament.gross Farr. They eelsKeystone solicit support from all citizens for these necessary mammals" and would not be Council approved It on first the area, some of which are
'. changes and approaches. protected under the ordinance, reading. Final action will have on the rare and endangered

MRS.,,!; JOSEPHINE REEDTTENDSCONFERENCE Mrs. Mullis said. to await the second readingat sped! a list.1 .
S hool Placed Democrats must furnish this) leadership because the Only the "native" Golden the December meeting. Coun- i Instill In the young people

>Mrs. Josephine need, Vice Democratic Party has always fought, stood for and represented Mouse, Cotton Rat, and Wood cil Chairman Everett Fox said. o: the community a deeper
President and Cashier of the On NationaThe I Safety RollA every citizen. Young Democrats strongly Rat would be protected she de The ordinance: provides that appreciation of the natural
Keystone State Bank, attended support and hold this belief clared.: It shall be unlawful for any person world around them.
Women In Management Conference a "A rat's a rat to me," said to hunt, shoot,. kill, tro Mrs. Mullis said that signs
at Florida State University Keystone Heights School student safety organization Sincerely Gilmer Jackson a council-spec or In any manner kill or destroy designating! the city as a Wildlife -
Nov. 1718. .has received a Certificate of conducted: safety activities R. Lee D Drawdy President Inter "I kill 'em all, just like any birds or native fur- Sanctuary would be placedon
Exceptional Merit and has been the Democrats I do bearing animals within the each of the four
: Mrs. Reed presided at the throughout year: one personwas Young of Clay County snakes. city major high-
luncheon Friday at which time placed on the National School designated to channelsafe- Mr. Jackson said he didn't !limits of Keystone Heights. It ways entering the city. The Initial -
Tom M. llumphreles, president Safety Honor Roll of the Na- ty Information from die school Know one rat (or mouse) from provides for a fine of not less signs would be providedby
of the Tallahassee Bank and tional Safety Council, Principal system's safety education supervisor another, and If one got In his that $25 and not more than$100 Goid I lead Branch State Park
Trust Company was featured Charles Rider announced No- or administrative office MakingOf house how was he to tell if and/or Imprisonment for a but upkeep and maintenance
speaker. .vember 14. to the teaching staff; an It was a House Mouse Black period of not more than 30 daysIn should be done by the City

Mrs. Reed Is Regional Vice This ,Is the first time the average of one fire drill month A NaturalistBy Rat, Cotton Rat, or Golden the county Jail or by both Mrs. Mullis said.
President for the Florida region school has received this honor. was held at unannounced times Mouse?
't National Association of "We are encouraged by this under conditions simulating actual -
Bank Women, Inc., which is recognition, of'' our efforts to fire conditions: ;safety com- Marilyn Mullis KEYSTONE MELROSE
'. one of .the co-sponsoring: organizations build a good safety education mittees were established to Thoreau once wrote "In wildness -
1 of the conference. program" Rider said. ,"We provide coordination between Is the preservation of NEWS NOTESBy
The keynote address at the will continue. to teach our yOtlllg .the school safety education pro- man. .", and I guess thatI IUSINESS DIREC'OR.

conference: was given by Nor- people to protect themselves gram and the community safety am Just trying to preserve Helen .V. Egan::
ma Mann, president of the Mann and thelr/ fellow students as Program; regular safety exhibits "wildness" for man.
: Steel Co. in Dallas Texas. long as accidents remain the or bulletin boards were' Long before my education .FISHERMAN'S SUPPLIES HARDWARE-GARDEN
chief cause of death among displayed; the school cooper- which led me into the natura-
J VIKING CHORALE school-age children." ated in a pedestrian instruc- list profession I was fighting MELROSE COMMUNITYAARP SLIMS HARDWARE
I PRESENTS "MESSIAH" 'The Honor Roll was Initiatedin to protect wild things. I CHAPTER vie
r 'The Viking Chorale of lit 1944.' To gain a place on super-vised remember once in my child- A and festive luncheon AND.GARQitl

I, 'Johns Diver College under the ...5.J.t...'a &ool must present atletaUelJ >ils In crossing the street,.using7squlpnena or-hood days .of chasing my and business meeting of theY Fish -trstaff CENTliL .
'h direction of ..- "report of its safety g'" Melr Chapter!' was ... .
George1 Champion]* f and riding public amid grandmother! She: Was' armed
r will present the full production program 1o a local committee -school transportation. i,, with a hoe and the obJd t of held 9on'Thorltday: ''Nbv16>> ; \ at a ajhjiB6lt K' ) a n' A complete 'linV; J Hdw.

a, Handel's Messiah on November composed of the school princi- Special safety instruction was her wrath was a small snake- the Episcopal: Church parish'The Cricket-Shinn.r.-Worm. BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS

29 and 30. It wljl)1 be held pal, the president of the local provided for holidays; regular identity unknown; and I, yellingand house. Minnows Plumbing' & Electrical' Supp.
In the Fine Arts PTA or similar parent group safety Inspections of buildings flinging to and long tables with white
fauditorium! my arms \I"R1./ .\ \ 11UI.I.IS t!; :\ Gro. one FertiliursIn.ectlclde.
i 8 p.m. at St. Johns River College a student leader, and the president and grounds were conductedto fro, was the bewildered!snake's covers, were decorated with TACKLERODSREELSFISHING
in Palatka.PERSONALS of the local safety council eliminate hazards and to ensure protector. Lucky for the snake, Every January the Conservation clusters of red berries and & *
"". or the school's safety education that building conditions I was faster than my grand- Club had guest speakers green foliage, and nestled a- LICENSES AMMUNITION Lumber & Building MaterialsICE'
supervisor. Upon the recommendation :and fire safety activities complied mother and the snake was allowed from the National Park Ser- mong the branches were golden Hwy. 21 N. 200 yds From Light
We are very sorry to hear of this committee with recommended standards to make a hasty retreat. vice to tell of the summer op- and slivered pine cones, fashioned -
'h that Roy L. Bridges is In Ala- the report is forwarded to in addition to state and From Terry Parker High portunities for the boys, and and presented by Mrs. Keystone Hgti. 473.4357 Keystone Height 473-3663
chua General Hospital In Gainesville the National Safety Council to ,local legal requirements; with School In ,Jacksonville (where every year I would ask about Martha TenEyck. Each member
after suffering stroke. be 'listed on ,the Honor Roll. Increased official agencies and the senior prophesies stated Jobs for women the room wore a colorful get-acquainted fURNITURE-GIFTS TELEVISION-AIR COND.

t For the first year of parti- lay !groups; the school participated that I would be an animal psy- would fill with laughter and their tag.New
cipation, the Council does not in periodic surveys to ) I decided members Joining the Lake Geneva
S.E. "MCKAY : chologist to further talk would continue, but as fortune TV Service CenterQ0N
outline chapter at this time from other ,
a specific program for review school crossing protec- my knowledge of wild thingsat would have !It t, my senior
REALTORK.yston. a school to follow; but it does tion needs and provided and Instructed Florence State College in year, a N.P.S. ranger said that areas were: Mr. and Mrs.Harold Furniture lli i-
recommend that Cady Arlo Thayer Mr.
the school a- school safety Florence Ala. Even before registration they also hired women as natur-

Hf.. 473-4816 dopt initiate a safety policy statementand 1 had decided on a alists. Application had to be Mr.and Mrs.and Mrs.Edmond Taylor Benoit Lowry, and Gift & Candle Shop TV STERO
student accident
a major in Zoology.The .
in by February IS: so I got busy.I .
HOMES ACREAGES reporting system.In Keystone school had an excellent 16 all Interlachen; Mr. and Mrs. PORTABLE
typed up long applicationsand
the following years, the biology department and my advisor kissed them goodbye. Eugene DuPaul of Hollister; EXQUISITE GIFTS TAPE DECKSCOMMERICAL
RENTALSMrs. school must upgrade Its program Hunters Bring was, of all things a Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hagglund, Nome Brand Furniture ANDRESIDENTIAL

by continually adding Home botanist His frequent suggestions Fortune again rang In my ear, and Nick Austin
Melba The
473.4740 Deer
llg.n safety activities in order to that I get into botany went and on June 18, two weeks after From the Keystone area for See Our Display For
Col. J. Chesslngton 473-4679 develop a well-rounded program -, unheard and finally I guess he graduation I started work as a the first time were: Robert Christmas Gifts AIR CONDITION ING
L.J. 4751041Pa.chel which serves local com- Three Keystone Heights hunt decided If you can't like 'em, naturalist at Wind Cave National Aston Mr. and Mrs. Harry SALES & SERVICE
Robinson munity needs. Included among ers were among those successful at least put up with them. Dr. Park In Hot Springs South Elb. Mrs. Margaret Bib from Hwy. 100 E. Lake Geneva

Corr 473.4058 the activities of the Keystone inbagging a deer on the Hershey was also the sponsor Dakota. Everything went fine High Ridge Estates and Mrs. 1 MI. East of Keystone Hat*. KEYSTONE 473-W51
Heights school were: first two days of hunting sea- of the Wildlife ConservationClub until October when the cave Miriam Slobomb.A .

I son. which was composed primarily closed for the winter(who visits membership report was R AL ESTATE MOBILE HOME
i. ''On opening day, Marlon F. of the athletic teams South Dakota in zero degree made during the business session. -
i Denmark killed six-point buckIn who thought that participation temperatures)? I had sent out Under the recruiting drive Richard T. Lovorn
it Camp Blending, and on the might assist their biology 22 applications to southern of Mrs. Helen Egan, IS new Want ta sell your Mobile

.: following day-not tube outdone- grades (It seldom did but It parks, but I had not heard any- memberships were sent In, and Ksg. Real Estate Broker Home? I If f you have a buyer.
his son, Richard bagged an madQ for a large roster). thing, so I found a job as a 12 were enrolled that day by Mobile Home Broker will
11-Inch spike My sophomore year I Joined desk sergeant at the local city Mrs. Crawford. The total to LAKE PROPERTIES arrange ALL financing and
The hunting party also Included the group and began participating police station. Assigned to the date is 'about 225.
Hilton Mrs. Wadle! Carter chair- RESIDENTIAL insurance detail for a brokerage
i Tommy Denmark in their fund-raising pro- midnight shift, my job was '
, Denmark and son, Terry of ject, which was none other than especially gratifying as I doub- man of Sunshine and Visitation, BUSINESS r.'W' fee of 10% of the telling .
.. Jacksonville.Sam snake shows at the various led as the Maker for inebriated reported on her visits. Miss ACREAGE* price. For more information -
Humphries, a member schools in Northwest Alabamaat women (most of whom were Elizabeth Dey of Keystone has APPRAISALS callMOBILE
: the Keystone Heights Sports- a dime a student. We had from th.nearbySlouxlndlanre- been hospitalized and is now
,. !1 man Club killed a nice five- quite a ,collection of reptiles servatlons). Thank heaven for convalescing from a fall in Keystone Hgtl. 473-3254
. \ point buck weighing 125 pounds and the dubious honor of carIng Everglades National Park and which she suffered a shoulder HOME BROKERS

.. on the first .day of hunting for them gradually shifted their need for one slightly fracture. RT. 1 BOX 350 J
-- Edna
. season. to me. My junior year I was bruised naturalist and on December Mrs. TenEyck called for a Knepper; A" c.

4 Humphries and Ms wife, Joyce elected Secretary (the fellows 26, lien a seven-de campaign of workers In the 473-4111 MELROSE. FLORIDA 32666
. / were hunting in the Keystone permitted a female of- gree climate to work through Melrose Clean-up Drive which
.. Airport area.They blood- finally) and by my senior year April in Southern Florida. In will start soon. Martha, Atloc. PHONE 4751751BEAUTY
. t trailed the deer awroxlmate- they had adjusted enough to April. I went back to South The first and most gratifying 473-3362 '
j ly ISO: yards before finding him.City's accept me as president (whata Dakota and Wind Cave whereI project thus far undertaken
}J / blow for equal rights!) worked until September. was the Disney World Tour on SHOP
JI By this time our collectionhad I read in an Audubon magazine Friday Nov. 10, when 92 members -
., Funds grown Into a small scale of a :Naturalist' Trainee and friends and two chil- NeWs LEONARD'S
., zoo and the supply room where program and so, not being In dren boarded buses In the early .
.. Getting Low, they were housed was simply great demand I applied. Ap- morning and spent eight hours Beauty Style Shof OUTBOARD SHOP

, Clerk bulging with snakes, mice, opossums parently, there was no enjoying all the fantastic and
ReportsThe was colorful wonders of this attrac far a leveller
. raccoons and even a demand at the time, and I
. The tion. A great deal of creditIs you" aPhone ;
. deer. other science teachers accepted to come for the three
.. City of Keystone Heights complained enough and the month training program starting given to Jerry May, tour 475-221 '
. has dipped Into Its financial: college built a small house witha in September. Again In arranger who reported that the Johnspn Motors
, house December I went back to South tour netted the) chapter a nice
" 1 reserve to meet the current green on top for Dr. Between
payroll and accounts payable Hershey) and an animal room Florida and Everglades National sum of money. He offered to SALES & SERVICE
after City Clerk Kitty McClave underneath.The Park, but by this time I make other arrangements for Keystone
; /'// Find the Answer at 11 t reported the budget overspent homecoming! parades of was growing weary of the frequent tours and trips, as suggested GLAST RON AND

by 9540.: my last two years included moves 0 am the world's Heights end '.1" .: CHECKMATE
: something new a convertible worst packer) and I began (Cont. To Next Peg) Mel,. "* BOATS
KEYSTONE STATE BANK "It wouldn't be that much If with me sitting on the back seeking a year round job. The ,* ,:: Keystone Heights/Flo.

we hadn't bought some needed holding a large snake com- chief naturalist at Everglades .
; new equipment." remarked pliments of the Wildlife Conservation recommended the state park sled a State Trooper from CONTRACTOR
: When the problem la financial the answer Is here! Finance Chairman Vergi Ho Club. The first year system of Florida and my last Gainesville whom I had met t

We offer complete| banking services, from Checking mer. She was referring to ap- this was done will I long be remembered move in April of 1970 was to when I had en accident one This
and Savings Accounts to low-ce, t Loans to meet proximately $7,500: recently by one of my roommates the Keystone Heights area. I night while dodging an opossum Demarco And Son!
your needs. : for street equipment. I was using her new worked as district naturalist on the road. Space For
The Council car, and my unhousebroken for two and a half years in My duties at Coldhead Include Specializing
: authorized the
snake Northeast Florida and In August guided walks and evening slide
decided to really put on Sale
clerk to draw
$5 000 time
on a
KEYSTONE STATE BANK certificate: of deposit,kneaded, a show all over her folded of this year I started monthly shots I also tape' semi* Residential/ Slabs
down top. working at Godhead Branch for the HI Neighbor -
to meet current payroll and Concrete Patio Block
State Park. Program on Channel 12. ,
the time
Member FJXLC.. KeyntaM Defeat. 71a."Year' other expenses. Hope that was expressed was By half over my my senior roommates year In the fall of 1970. I was There are so many Interesting Work, Feinting.
however some
fortunate to receive the Go- things going on around us
.Itfeadl? Bad: la TAr Prlsv4lCoamnatty" state and federal revenue sharing were busy looking for teaching Edu- Licensed. And Insured
vernor's Conservation every day In the natural world
funds would arrive in time positions, while I (mlnortng In
psychology rather than education cation Award sponsored by the and I hope that through care FREE ESTIMATES
to make the withdrawal
I necessary. un ) was busy; trying' to think Florida Wildlife Federation.Oh and concern, they can be ...- Phone 3734550
-s -- up something that I could do. also that same fall I marl ed. ,.

Nov 23. 1972i Te'p.t'a' Pa,. iSt

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NOTES 'lOur roLs1FIEI pji- =- .

By Helen V. Egan!: WORLD A

(Cont. From Preceding Page) By Marilyn Mullis i iNaturall.t. asses ,

Small Individual gifts souvenir -
Gold Branch State Park Deadline for Insertion Monday like new, with new waranty.;
place.match boxes were ateach 5 p.m. preceding Thursday NEW AND USED Only $75 at Dahmer's Discount MACHINE
I House. 8tchg 12/28
I before publication.
President R.F. Simmons appealed SALES CoiemonHeaters Sales and Service
to the members for a
volunteer for chairmanship of There are many natural processes In the past, fire was kept out - PARTS FOR RENT12' wide Mobile PFAFF ELNA
the Legislative Committee. He that take place in a Sand of Goldhead Branch State Park SERVICE homes outside city; limits.. J. Space New Homes
also advised that any member hill Community; that are frequently nor many years, but last win Minimum Charge $1.75 B. Whit. Ph. 964-6114. If no
having a problem with taxes misunderstood. There ter we began burning selected (Covers 15 words) Deep and Shallow Wells answer call 964-8874. tfchg WHITE
may call at the Gainesville is a constant change from life areas of the sandhill community Each word over 15, 84! .
Internal Revenue office. to death and death to life. ; In an attempt to recreate $49.50 99
REDUCE Register
Northeast Florida Director Turkey Oaks do not have long a natural habitat with all of All Classified Ads must be safe & fast with Go-
Lawrence Howbert was guest life spans u many other oaks the components that a healthy paid for in advance unless Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT Bese Tablet & E-Vap "water Parts & Repairs on

speaker and complimented the do and there' is this constant sandhill community has. you have established account SERVICEON plUs"Andrews Pharmacy. Oil Company all other make ma
Chapter, stating that "the Melrose cycle of old oaks and pines Not only did the carefully controlled with The Telegraph. In that Stp 11/30 chinesRATIONAL
Community; Chapter Is the dying and new trees beginning fires remove much of event 50C\! extra charge for ALL MAKES 984-5888
fastest growing chapter in the enabling woodpeckers to carve the leaf Utter build-up, but the billing. Not responsible: for PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE .SPINET CONSOLE HAND may
State of Florida." He also Introduced homes out of the weakened wood. oaks that were burned sent up errors when given over the be purchased by small monthly 308 Thompson

Arthur L. Clifton, the The young are raised in theoe new shoots from their roots. phone or when copy Is not typed; payments, see It locally, write 611 W. Univ. Ave..
new Northeast Director from holes and food must be foundto This surplus of tender leaves, and brought to the office Cortland Music Company I, P.O. LOTS FOR SALE Starke Golf
Jacksonville, whose address Is fill their enormous appetites. Is providing more food than in PUMP & SUPPLY CO. Box 35, Cortland, Ohio, 44410 & Country Club, ready for Gainesville Fla.
103 W. 23rd :St. Insects feeding on the the past for browsing deer. - 4tp 11/23 building on or for Investment.Lots .
Although area members have dead and live trees become Turkey populations should Moved 5 Blocks North area approximately 12acre 378-1355
been meeting, such as In Key- food, and a natural process also Increase due to the open CLASSIFIED DISPLAY WILL baby sit In my home. and larger. Paved roads
stone Heights, solely for get- continues. Fungll further decompose spaces created which will allow 864 N. Temple Ave Children ages 3 to 5. Ph. 964- only 3 minutes from town.

ting acquainted and to keep the wood and assisted easier feeding for turkey. $1.75 per Inch 8494. ItpMOBILE Call 964-7701.8 5 p.m.
them Informed on Melrose by bacterial organisms, return well as quail.Ecological. 2 inch minimum -- $3.50 .
Chapter activities, In time a the tree to soil where it burning Is just one FOR SALE--3 1/2 HP Mini HOME OWNERS: Own tfchg .

chapter should be established.In may enrich and provide for a. attempt to adjust our lives with - Bike, Gelding Pony 48 Inches your own beautiful lot Only FOR SALE--Coastal Bale hay
after 5
the meanwhile the gatherIng new tree to grow. our natural world.In high. Call 964-6558 $95 down and $25 a month. Out of barn out of the field
will be on a social basis Fine seeds that fall to the the world of today with Memorials Resolutions, Pro- p.m. Up Re.trlctedto protect those Registered Angus or calves. Ph.
only. 2,500 new members a day, ground must be burled In the man growing farther away from clamations. Card of Thanks who care. Now ready: alongU. 964-6114 J.B. White, tfchg I11J]
net, are Joining A AH P. soil by wind, water or scamp-,, his natural heritage, we must $4.00 Minimum up to 50 FOR SALE--59 Chev Pick-up S. 301, <4 miles south of
An arrangement will be made Bring animals. Young pine trees' remember that all living crea- words. Each word over 5U- $200.00, 6 cyl. Good Condition. Starke. Phone 4681551.4tp SALES-PARTS
for a speaker on the various require sunlight in order to.. tures possess the Instinct to 8C. Call 782-3863. Itp 12/7 Owe.O.O.ALONG'CHAMP I
Insurance programs offered by grow. If the oaks become todnum.rous survive. Many of these crea- SERVICE

A Alt P. probably In January or and the underbrushtoo tures have not succeeded due to FOR SALE- nice horses.good WANTEDOrganistChoir Director I USED IMPORT CARS
February. Mrs. Vogh Is chair- thick neither of these can the Ignorance of man. Will Angus Faith Presbyterian
man of insurance for the chapter happen and young pines will disappear our story be the same as that Pay For Classified for teenagers.bull 4 1 registered old. 782-3140.- Church, Melrose, Fla. Call Home and Building HARFRED AUTO
but a National representative leading to the gradual of the Passenger Pigeon? years 475-2534. 2tp 11/23
will bring a full explana- disappearance of all of the pinesas Ads In Advance A. R. Gaskins. Itp Materials"' I IMPORTS, INC.

tion of the coverage. the old ones die. If left Increased costs have made MAGIC CHEF heater 58,000 BEGINNERS GUITARS' with WE BUILD- 509 E. UniversityGain.ivihe
undisturbed, lightning may It necessary! for this news- cases. Only $19.95 at Dahmer's
WISH I'D SAID BTU. $2,500. Slightly used. Ph. 372.4373
The chapter voted unanimously start fires which will kill many paper to clarify It... present 4681371. ItpCHRISTIAN Discount. 6tchg 12/14 "Your Plons Or Ours
to purchase a loud speaker of the young oaks and reduce THAT rules and adopt new ones for Your Lot Or Ours."
the underbrush. This would the of classified
system for the presiding officer. WOMAN 38
allow the pines to reseed them :. EARL'S LAND Clearing Dlsc ,
advertisements in Us col- LOST DOG 1 year old Golden FREE
will for elderly ESTIMATES
FELLOWSHIP selves. family: care ing and Fill Dirt. Call after .
CLUB umns. Retriever. Vicinity; of Kingsley
lad Live in. Reasonable. --
Members and friends are reminded Fires are, believed to have All advertisements of'this Phone> 4681666. 2tchg 11/30 Lake. Named Pal Reward Remodeling Repairs 4 P.M. 533-2147. 4tp 11/30
to check your calendarsand ; burned regularly through many nature must be paid In advance Call 533-2406. Up Addition.
plan to enjoy the Christmas regions of North America "The average adult, with unless an established FOR SALE- Kodak Movie STEVE'S STEAM Cleaning Ser-
Mnce the end of the Ice Ages, mm Homos Bought Sold vice. Homes, trailers, autos.
program on the afternoon of nil his. wisdom. rarely under-; monthly Is main. Projector, like new. 8 mm Kodak -
December 14. Installation of 1J.OOO years ago. Fires start- HtiimlM how much the uvuriiiro tamed with this newspaper. Movie Camera, for $65. TradedACREAGE trucks heavy equipment All
ed by lightning, or accidentally kinds. Phone 533-2702. 4tp
Mailing and bookkeeping .
and child IInderl'tundll.-N. De- Phone 468-1666. 2tchg 11/30 MILLER Brown FOR SALE
officers will take place, or deliberately, by the In- costs have advanced makingIt 11/30
the will be an after- Vane William Holmes, .
program dians. Fire has played an Important necessary to make"!; this 964-6853
noon of fellowship and holiday role In the natural environment County (Fla.) Advertiser adjustment.
refreshments.The HELP WANTEDMaid, exper- Hwy. 301 S. Stark. '
of forests
as -
Committee on Arrange- depend on many fire. "A critic IH someone who i 114 It Is much preferred that ienced. Starke Motor Court, J Very nice In country. 2; acres!

ments will be calling on members Controlled burning goes backto iilwaxH going |>licon; and booing classified advertising be 301 North. Itp lend. 2-1/2 mi. west, S.R.D.
for assistance: Chairman, placed In person, rather than 100. Block Const.' 3 B.R. l|
the early 1900's when wealthy thintM.: -J. D. Eldridge.LiviiifCKtoti .
Mrs. LlllyRoberts, assisted by sportsmen from the North- (Tenn.) Overtoil by telephone so as to avoid ADULT MALE WANTEDMust VOLKSWAGEN MARTIN CAMPERSU.S. Path L.R., Din. Room Kitchen

Mrs. Ruby Wolf and Mrs.Beu- east came each winter to the County News. errors. T f be reliable. Apply In person Now & Used R'A 90 West Lake City Utility; Room Carport,
Restaurant Route Completely furnished. Must tx;
lah Smith.COMING cattle ranches' in the rolling Home's 301
Lawtey Fla. Itp Sales :; S.rvlc.WI Phon. 752.3723 seen to be appreciated.
pine woods or'North Florida "A philosopher( Is a man '.
EVENTS and Southern Georgia to try giving other pcode'i> | advice For Best Selection. Of
that local folks. HELP ANTED-CenUlman WAITRESS WANTEDMust be
Activities their luck among the coveysof about troubles he hm n't had." egg
farmer. In 1 Mi. North of the Mall TRAVEL TRAILERS
should check on .their calendars Bobwhite Quail that nourished Apply person. Must reliable. Apply in person
are: here. During this same William R. Lewis The lift 50 lb.cases.Morgan Church Home's Restaurant, Route 301, GAINESVILLE MINI-HOMES
Senior Citizens Club of Brad period of time big lumber companies Lyndon (Wiish.) Tribune, Road. Itp Lawtey Fla.' ItpINTERESTED TRUCK CAMPERS BILL POWELL BROKER

ford County; with the regular were"''also moving Into
monthly meeting and fun time on the area, buying the ranchesfor 8-TRACK New Tape Decks from FO3 RENTFurnished AND TOPPERSFull ..364-646 .
November 28 at 1 p.m. at the their valuable stands of $29.95 at Dahmer' Discount. or unfurnished OR'
2 ), :
Pratt St. Recreation Hall In IN BUYINGOR bedroom apartment. Line Of Parts.And .
timber. once plentifulquail 3tchg !
Starke, President Joe Kerrl- then started becoming SELLING. ? Wall to wall carpet.Buford Mitchell S.Mc"mJ, t' : WAYSE DOUGLAS

...........-_ .gan will preside. ,.".over' the r',..elec. -;ewe and the, quail) hunters!! r ,. SECRETARY ,e ; "a' phone 964-6853.. tfchg l ......,,... >.ASSOCIATE
... CONTACTGEORGE ... ,. .
fi' ,
.e wanted to know why. They organized needed will be only one December the Cooperative Quail I Health Center. Clinical or med* II* bedroom 2 bath LINOLEUM ,FLOORhCovering 96 -6593 .
living room, ;
meeting, to be held Study Association and hired a r leal experience desirable. Sal ROBERTS dining room, family 6x9 $3.19: 9 x 12. *5. 8l
on Dec. 19 at 12 noon.' This biologist to Investigate. This ary depends on experience. Apply Large lot. Central heat room.and 12 x 12 $ILaO.J2.15 only
will be a covered dish luncheon, was the beginning of the studyof at the Old Bradford County $14.95
; REAL ESTATE air. Reasonable terms Buford many patterns -
and the usual birthday cake will 9 &VE
fire ecology. Court House, Call Street en- Mitchell colors. Dahmer's Discount rs S
phone 964-6853.
be provided by the club. Mem- The biologist' found that the trance. 2tchg 11/23 tfchg tfchg. ,
bers are urged to bring their cattlemen deliberately set _':- PHONE 9647826' FRED DAVIS 1
own cup or glass for beverage;
fire to the woods
knife, fork, spoon, and a serving The cattlemen had every learned year.thata FOR RENTAuto and !Welding of 421 W. MADISON ST.' 0. C. Carnts Nursery BUICK PONTIAC
301 S.
shop fully equipped. BEGGS
utensil with your covered winter fire would bring a Thousands of Plants
dish. lush carpet of grass the following Starke. Ph. 9647490. Itchg sat ty. Fruit Troos, Shade Trees, Gulf Service GMC TRUCKS 'T
A gift exchange will be one spring and the cattle 7' Evergreens Camellias ""A LITTLE RIDE CAN

of the main points Interest, would grow fatter on this land. Unite farm "EOAeE Azaleas, Roses Used Paris SAVE YOU A LOT"
due to the unique way In which
Without fire brush began to
exchanged. Be sure to Agency, Inc. Mobile Homos Most In Cans Plant Anytime THE FINEST SELECTION
they are build up beneath the trees,mak- MR.mL GARDNERHearing I GREEN COVE SPRINGS
wrap and mark for I lady or ing It difficult for the quailto Reg. Real Estate Broker LANDSCAPING
WIDES 23 Mi. S.E. Of Starke USED CARSIn
gentleman.The scratch for SEWING MACHINES
a living. cleaned,
Paul & Irene Faulkner
Keystone group of AARP Expondo Rooms & Add Hwy. 100
Due to protective measures oiled and adjusted in your home'
has been meeting monthly for How to Associates On Rooms Florahom. 659.2165 This Whole Area $S. Vacuum Cleaner repairs:

a social get-together and the 206 S. Water Street Fr.. Delivery and Set Up 24 Hr. Wrockor Service, also. All work guaranteed..
next meeting will be held on come when membership of the Dennis E. Cogglns .
phone 431-
Friday Dec. I I. at 1:30: In the Melrose Chapter exceeds 350, Starke Fla. 964-5065 100 MILE RADIUS SAVE USED PARTS 1428. tfchR.It :

educational building of the Community and then It may be. necessaryto buy a WANT TO SELL OR BANK FINANCINGHWY Those Long Distance

; Church. The time may subdivide i BUY REAL ESTATE? 17 NORTH Hwy 301 N. Waldo

....'.. "..... .......'''''. .... .............. vo.o ... .. .' :..::: Call Us For Best Prices GREEN COVE Phone Calls Your Bug
Prospects Waiting W. now handle air line 468-1998

.f. I tlchg Tel. 284-5001 364.7311 tickets, cruises, and tours. I Bugging Ya?

"GtUFFiSUI Aid :ffQMi:::! ::" ::t)$rD'x'NSGS3rrSlf:: :;;;; :; }:::::}::};(+twYi: ,,*,- SiZfrrJYt''r:: :: ::; :::::rr'::::' We offer a special pockag. WATER FRONT LOTS

i Tour of N.w Disney World FOR SALE

i FACTORY HELP NEEDED On Crosby Lake and Crosby ,
See your doctor. He'll be able to Call 964-7449
I 1 10Uyou whether or not you need 9 Lake Canal. (Canal 50 feet
Grocery and Meat Market {I t a hearing aid. ? TOWN FINANCE CO. wide; 8 feet deep) Located West on SERVICE' IS NOW
I State Road 100, 3 miles
Owen Joist of Florida Inc. able
needs dependable P.O. Box 226 N. Temple ''
Oo to a reputable Hearing Aid of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaca- AVAILABLE STARKE
625 Brownlee St. fJ;, 2! Canter.Authorised Norelco Hear bodied factory help. No experience necessary. I tion cottage, mobile home or 964-8598
:' Ing Aid Dealers are thoroughlytrained
i':.:..::3. and experienced In all Steady work, overtime, fringe benefits., 'I' Investment Factory Trained VW
ph.... of testing, fitting and 3. : Prices start at $1,295.000.$200
servicing hearing aide.t : NUGENT ELECTRIC down and $35.00 month for 36 Mechanics
I I months ((82 % simple Interest Major And Minor RepairsOn
Iii t Have the dealer last your hear.In rr AT Service
3) {. Its free-and It. very alnv >> ). All Makes One Day
plo You listen to sounds and wa Residential And Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9
I WWE JOIST Service On Most Jobs
Goes Farther r; make picture an of oudlo..rn your hearing,which a tin Commercial Wiring p.m. weekdays. tf

From this pattern we can fit, you AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ;f AC GARAGE :
r with a hearing aid to help correct Additional Outlets INSURANCEAT
your Individual problem. Lincoln City Road Mondey through Friday i Air Conditioning 528 S. Walnut St. ..
:i; 7:00: A.M. To 5:00 P.M, TF ;f ff : REDUCED RATES
Look at the various kinds of hearIng '-::;;:::: ::;;:::::'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::<::::::::::;:;::;:::::::: Hookup. AUTO, FIRE BOAT
Chuck Roast 794LB !: 4 aids-from standard body Trailer Pol. Meters ,
r mod.h to the new Noreleo MBa 24-Hour Service DOYLE E. CONNER WE NOW HAVE diamond nee- :
hind the 18," modal which has lies for any make or model.J
: : 27 different douched/ adjustments / Phone INSURANCE AGENCY '.
for the most accurate/ fit 964-8641 tchg. stereo player.--Dahmer' Discount -
: *
STEAK 794 ting yet/ devised. : Making Your Own House tf/chg :

,,. Send for more complete' Infoiw : WE GIVE SERVICEWe get
s 5( metlon.We will be happy to send : Christmas CandlesBy results! List your property; for FOR RENT- Klngsley Lake :I' ::'
I Fresh Pork Hams + you our booklet The Inside Storyor WE MAKE ALL sale with us. Call today.- bedroom furnished duplex apt. :.
Nerve Deafness," aa well aa : BILL POWELL BROKER:964- Air conditioned. Merritt WU-, .:
detailed Information en the many : Your Commercial MAJOR APPLIANCE 964-5391. .'
i Nor.'laa Hearing Aid. Grade 6464 or 964.6810 tf/chg Hams tfchg i
( 794 Candle Wax REPAIRS -
i Commercial & ResidentialTwo BULLDOZING work of all hinds :
i I.f I. iVrea' Oil EXPERT REPAIRMEN properties for residential including land clearing and *

f Register Co. CALL 964-8363 storage, ormanufactu ring.This landscaping. Paul Lock, Law,. ...
: fresh Shoulder ,69LB... Came; tn now for your r.o....,Ins Taut : Phone may be Just what you want. tey, Fla. Ph. .782- 92. 3tp
964-5888 308 S, Thompson St. We will'and furnish in- 12/7
Storks formation. A. J. Thomas Realtor -
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H Hamburger! & ...... .I Appllanct Service Tel. 964-5701. JIMMY MOORE'SSM

PtIOIOG '323 Brownie St. VP WANTEDUsed furniture, re-
! : IApoaEae I frigerators washers.Dab- Sports
BIG HENS 494RIB ---- 1waAapeutalDAtganotewt NOW IN STARKESINGER mer's Discount House tf/cgh

STEAK GAINESVilLE HEARINdiAID 100 W, PH 964-5606 ,jgr Stark Ph. 964-5791

f.I CO. Sewing Machine Representative 2 Travel l Trailers Self Contained lomplere Outboard & Stern

2639 N.W. 13"Sf. Drive Service and Repair.

98* Ill.........Sh.pC..l.. SALES 'A SERVICE 1.19ft. And. 1-27ft. Selling For Fall Clearance I Complete Fiberglass Repair
u Service On All Makes Sewing Machines Also 2 Repassed Homes j Custom built Fiberglass

8 A.M. Te 5 P.M.lehc. 1-24x57 Doublewlde & Fishing Boats.NEWS ;
PRICES GOOD I'bonIt. 864-6363 ( lt/t 1-12x60.Slllgl.wld.. | j
WED. FRI. & SAT! 1
I fl Til! Dark Mon Sat.- Noon Dark On Sunday
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