Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 16, 1971
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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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f r.\ see how we'll real-

ly do," Line Coach

Plan To Mike tomorrow Sexton says night's of

traditional football
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Flo. 1 i opener with In Baker Mac- 'ti t"f'
County High
m j'w clenny.

._ Game time Is 8 S

p.m. at Baker Coun-

Rep. Gene Shaw of Starke is one of a P ty High School.By .

Democratic legislators who are joined
tle the upcoming attempt to reduce the the same token there are
I also In the backfield
II problems ,
the Florida House of from
Representatives I not with Injuries, but with the
to 100 or even 80 members. Tornado passing attack" says
r Head Coach David Ilurse. "But

Shaw, who Is speaker pro- l \ we're still working hard on our '
tempore of the Legislature, the l passing attack. We realize to NI't
number 2 House position, has be a good football team we
been meeting since the 1971 0i have to pass to keep them !17r t ,
session with a dozen or more uyjRlt R backed up from our running
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representatives In anticipation GOGJGpEDV. game. I
of Speaker Richard Pettlgrew's nurse had praise for the Tor-
plan to trim 19 seats from the nado running game, however
119-member House. r saying the entire backfield has Clerk Merrill Edward points to fact that a runoff elecc
Fun ., looked good in practice. "Our tion will take place Sept 28.
., "It isn't an organized group, timing has been much better."
Shaw says. "It's just a group "Our attitude Is still good
of members who recognize I Iip which Impresses the coachesas
I we're going to have a fight" "
much Ilurse
as anything,
,I The reapportionment Issue,
Shaw says, will be the biggest says.hough the team still needs 2RunOffsSlated
I, single item of the 1972 Legislature A''I work the
on technique, playersare
Ten '
I, overclouding every other registered ip >ti
five calves hitting hard and that satisfied -
Issue. the coaches, lIurse says.Crawford's .
e Shaw said the group, Including away here IlIIF knee Is
Panhandle, North and Cen- during the annual ; t ti y the major problem. He will For
at the Bradford
tral Florida Democrats will
be out four to six weeks with
US-301 north of Ji'
;, meet In Gainesville the week 4)r. strained ligaments, Coach Sex-
of Sept. 20 to plan strategy. It will be the ton says.
bvh; "
The meeting will be the or an event that : :; 4 e J4 M ',,z7'. Wayne! iambus, the swing
group's first since Pettlgrew In the addition man, has been moved into the
appointed Majority Leader Don head of cattle to G starting guard slot. There are City
Nichols, D-Jacksonvllle,chair- in the past live cRr d now only three guards; the other
man of the Legislative Reap- The event Is esiUtisMt 111': starter Gary Melvin, David Mc-
portionment Committee last the sa t,': sr r lr Cutchen and iambus All will
week with Instructions to develop 4 r. w see much action. m
a plan for a 100member purpose Chamber of of ft+' + 1 h ap .. Starting offensively besides Police Chief Ken Fuqua got the top

(House tle Industry the Melvin and Lambus, will be vote In his bid for re-election In the
Nichols has supported Petti- tackles Vernon Barber and Han
ford beef, and to
municipal election here Tuesday but lacked
grew's comments that a small dy Gasklns ends Charles
I Interest of local
: House would be more efficient cattle business. These "Tornado Country" signs or. $1 from any Bradford High cheerleader., Wright and Gray Flynn, center 75 votes of an outright win and facesa

and more economical. He saysan Bobby Brown looks like h. can't say no to Stella Costello, Rose McRae, I'arelon/ McClellan, quarter- run-off with former chief Bill Rosser.
80-metnber body would be The lucky and Becky Seimer. back I'.ddleMazen: ,fullback Brad
even more so, indicating he quired only to Carter and halfbacks MalachI
for two Vernon D. Silcox emerged as 1 bbl seat but failed to get mOI'CIllan
favors going even further than years Henry and Bernard Brown.
to allow them to as the highest vote-getter/: In Ms two rivals combined
Speaker Pettlgrew.
own herd. Each Defensive starters will be the race for the r..roup 4 conn- and! he fares a run-off with
"I've heard In the socallednew to show his calf middleguard Joey Branson, tackles aent'1'. then
Legislature that we were Gary Melvin and Bobby
ford County Fair Sues For
I the onh race settle Tues-
going to appoint a committeeand Dyal ends Charles Wright and
in and to
April diwas... the, Group; 2 contest.
work It out and let the ture Improvement Brad Carter, linebackers Ver- RaifordTo ,
will of the majority work. But duction non Barber and Wayne (Lam- In which Councilman UrnmjMcltao
now it appears there are those farm with program records bus, cornerbacks Bernard scored a close vlcloo
who have been appointed to a gram. School Construction Case Brown \Ialachillenry: and Elect over Ewell Lawson
position that are already com- safeties Wayne Teston and Gray \ tally of the votes followsPolice :
mitted to one proposition," Other activities M ly nn. thief ruqua.. 700;
Shaw observes. this year's Might the Tornadoes'most Kosser, C27 .Jimmy Bowen
now, ( ;
contractor has ton at a base bid of 339650. The plaintiff demands Judg- OfficialsWith
"We feel we're at a dlsadS will provide an suit for damages against ment in excess of $1,000 and Improved player seems to 208.
tainment for the Bradford County school In the second count, the that the Issue be settled by trial be center I'a re Ion McClellan, Council Group 2 I.awson,
( ,.. Page 4)) says Chairman for money allegedly due plaintiff states that ho entered by jury. senior letterman, coaches say. the Incorporation Issue 703, :McKao, 830.
A chicken truction of four schools Into a contract with the boardon As approved in an election held Council (jroup 4 Scox|| -
a whole, however, Die line
';.Sii''I.E:::: ::: :,flRaed:: Y.::::nk: : ":- rdt3CsCfuhetEnuinMier +.1 per plate will be county. Feb. 25, 1966 for construc- Hugh :\l. Davenport, of the still needs a lot of Improve- /last.. month' the Kaiford com- 739, 'Allen 429; T. Carlton
tween 4:30: and : tion of additions at Lawtey Junior Jacksonville firm of Greene Coach munity has set the date for (husUin, 403.
Bradford IIlgh and Harris, Inc., the High and Southslde Ele- Greene, Smith, and Davenport, lie ment points out. a second election for the our- Mayor Carl Hurst (unop-
Horse show in the suit, name as mentary in Starke at a price of Is the attorney for the plain points out that Dyal and pose of electing the first officials posed), 1.311.'
at 6:30 with H.A. Lawson, 290000. Branson have been moved to of the town. Clerk :\lerrlIlldwards: (incumbent -
p.m. Bennett, Seeber D. Good- tiff.the tackle, leaving new men at that ), 1,399.
: emonies slated : Rodney P. Hall and The contractor alleges that he school board does not position and guard. Melvin Is State Representative Gene Howcn relinquished his Group
:f: In addition to Sawyer as members of has complied with the contractsand retain an attorney on a full- the only player with experience Shaw, who paved the way for Incorporation 4 seat on the council to enter
n .. scrambles that the defendants have time basis, but has employed at guard. with a special tile race for police chief, and
,l, :::: greased pig failed and refused to pay the Gene Shaw to handle various assignments Tornado I linemen, so far,haveS legislative act, said the elec- on being eliminated 'lucsdaj
'$ :::: and two chicken tow-cout complaint, the plaintiff the full amount due under during the past sev- tion of a major and five town finds himself out of city office
(!: j children 7-9 and alleges that he and the the terms of the contracts. eral months. ( .. Page 4)) councilmen will be held Tues- for the time being/: at least
:ci:: age. Entry blanks County school board day, Oct. 19. A town clerk will
n- :::: into a contract Jan. 3 be appointed later by the five Mien and Chastaln waged/: a
BHSCLASS consturction of councilmen elected. tIght race for the run-off slot|
(See )
Page '
f ::: schools at Brooker and I lamp- ,7 In the Group 4 council contest
OF 1961 ss ssi 'j" ? Those who wish to serve as and Mien won out by a mar-
,, \ ."" the first set of official for the gin of onl) 26 votes.
i: Pious ;:;: .' ,":t town may qualify by Oct. 4. The McKue-l.aivson: race was
fAt Brooker Merchant '", Any qualified voter resident unusual in that a total of 80
t, REUNION wishing to run for office may voters who took part in the,
election failed to vote for either -
rf.; Homecoming I file Election his or Commission her name no with later the of the two candidates.
Sues For LicenseA
:::: total of 1.617) voters bal-
than 13 days prior to the
loted flreliouse
at the out of
This Year % election which would make the
j the total of :2,437! registered
r Brooker storekeeper, Roy condition of issuance Is zoning qualifying period end on :Monday or about Cfi) per cent.
ti: Interested Persons Carroll, has filed a suit In approval by the town officials Oct. Members: of the Election officials said that
n circuit court here, asking that Commission are: Kathryn-
Should Contact i the Town of Brooker be directed -Immediately afer July 12, varez, clerk; Elsie 1 Gordon; and i high proportion of the 86
the Brooker government passed Alice Cason. new I-Iranchlsed voters the
\ Margaret Dy.l to Issue him a license Ordinances 16 and 17, the first J lfl-20 year old bracket took
for sale of 3.2 beerat
!'. percent of which makes it unlawful to The new Kaiford! charter fol- part In the election.
\ Brook, 485-2701 I his store. sell alcoholic beverages within Fdwards said the run-off e-

h.' ... The suit was filed by Carroll 2,500 feet of any church, schoolor (See Page 4)) lection will be held "'epl. 28.
:, Dewey McKlnney r and his wife Lula Mae Carroll playgound. The other one
:::3 who operate llaye's Grocery establishes
: ;#$; Stark. 964.6930 against the Town of Brooker. and provides occupational that a licenses beer- -- - iIf00TNAll

Named as defendants are councilmen license be Issued on payment
tJ Joann Fussell i'i'I E.W. Hodges Carl T.
of not less than $500 or more
!.' : Green and A.D. Adams, Clerk than $1,000. Except for alcoholic CONTEST
Brooks 485-4513 Tommy E. Coxand Mayor Francis beverage sales, no other ?
L, Douglas. license fee exceeds $50.

Kathy Struth In their complaint, the defendant -The plaintiff demands that
bring out the following
Stark the defendants reconsider their
i allegationsThat : position, asserting that the ordinances -
4\ Courtesy Of the Carroll. have long listed are unreason- f $50.00 Cash
operated a store In Brooker able, capricious,arbitrary,discriminatory f iii'I'I. .. ,
{Ufjr Olommunitu9tatr I and for the past several months and cOnfiscatory. I. n, '"
have operated their present -A controversy has arisen c: EVERY WEEK 7u' ,
Sank stores across the street from
I and exists between the plaintiff .
Accounts Now Iniwr.ffdUp. their former store. and the defendants In that Police chief candidates K.n Fuqua and Bill Rosser -Prior to last July 12, the the plaintiff contends the
j To $20.000 By i3 plaintiffs made application to prevents him from utilizing action votes being counted In Stark election Tuesday, but bo>,th mad runoff. Clerks -

'. ...r.1| Deposit i the State Beverage Department his property through arbitrary Merrill Edwards makes sure everything goes right too a, Mrs Margaret Prtvatt "'-"- .-,.." "
for a license to sell 3.2 per and Illegal use of po- and Mrs. Erma Buford busily tally votes. -
Insurance Corp. cent beer In their store for
Y ..m;:: YV.Jfl /4iS off-premises consumption. A (See Page 4)) - -- -

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Donald Thorn- Mrs. Irene Johns of Green
Mr. and Mrs.
Whiffen Nancy Thomas ton and daughter are touring Cove Springs was Sunday vis-
Jean Ann
Honored At I Florida this week. itor of Mrs. L.D. Green.

HonoredAt/ / Two
Bridal Shower

Farewell Parties FOOTBAU CONTEST "

Miss Nancy Thomas, bride- .
Miss Jean Ann Whiffen, who elect of Oct. 8, was honoredat -. ';:,; ..;,
leaves Sept. 27 for school in a bridal shower last Friday
Switzerland for a year, was night at the Pine Level Bap- .,
honored at two parties In the tist Church Fellowship Hall. .
past week. Hostesses were Mrs. Thad so.oo Cash
.-,JI: Her parents, Dr. and Mrs. I Smith, Mrs. Jerald Baldwin,
," : D.W. Whiffen gave a surprise Mrs. Jesse Ricks, Mrs. Bob
"', going-away and birthday party Myrick, Mrs. Jimmy Thorn- EVERY WEEK
:..I'.,'IaleA ." .+t .w celebrating her 14th birthdayon ton, Mrs. Mark Moody, Mrs.
.- Saturday evening with a piz- O.R. Alvarez Jr. and Mrs.Hugh
,'ti za supper and roller skatingIn Hutson. See Page 8 K
Jacksonville. Nine girls enjoyed A purple color motif was
the occasion. carried out In the party decor-
rr,;:'. '. \. ''1:iIIJ After the party the girls were ations. The refreshment table
:>: '( entertained at a slumber par- was covered with a lace cloth
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'''' r'.M' Marline Birt at the home of yellow floral arrangement.
"; ) t the latter. Mrs. Ricks presided at the
1)\ )- \ punch bowl. ; Fl FlY
The 41 guests played several
1 At 4:30: on Tuesday afternoon games with prizes during the I
; \ Mrs. CUB Kopelousos and party hours. t
.11 Mrs. P.O. Felos gave a Coca- The hostesses presented the
Cola farewell\ party;) for Miss ,7 honoree with a purple floral
\ Whiffen. corsage and electric can opener
; The refreshment table was I as a memento of the oc- '

covered with a damask cloth\ i. casion. I
centered with a bowl of Coca-
Colas encircled with school Little Women
supply odds and ends carryingout
the "backtoschool"theme.
Above the table multi- Met MondayCommittees
colored balloons were hung 1I ADDS 't #

from the light fixture. for the coming 1 t '
Mrs. D.W. Whtffen, mother year were appointed at the LIt- ANEW r'y
of honoree, assisted in serv-
',' tle Women's Club meeting Mon- i
.. ing the twenty invited guests. day night.
,. '. '1 .. The hostesses presented the I WRINKLE
UJ"I l.S \. ..... honoree with a personal gift 1.S 1. Becky Jackson president announced '
as a memento of the occasion. the October meetingwill TO PATENT
Kesler be a covered dish supper I
Karen Patz And Thomas with the mothers of the members :r.::.
I Alvarez Family r. ..1\ ,.I" as guests. Can you tie that? f.::
Wed 4 In Orange ParkMiss ;
Sept. Crinkle, glisten, rf
ReunionThe Miss Moxley -Mr. Stalnaker The following new memberswere :
Gainesville where they are Initiated Into the club: r
Karen Frances Patz, up front silhouette .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest both attending school.The bride descendents of Roman United In New River ChurchIn Pearl Wolford, Debbie Shuford ''
G. Patz of Orange I'ark, chose for traveling a two piece and Mollle Alvarez will havea Barbara Schmitt Jennifer ALL the news for Fall ..,
and aqua dress with a white rose family reunion Sunday, Sept. Haas, Martha Struth, Becky; '
Starke residents,
former a candlelight ceremony, Peggy Edwards of Brooker kept Payne and Kathy Casey. In one groovy little ..3,
Thomas O'Dell Kesler HI, son corsage. 19 at the home of Mr. and Miss Cynthia Ann Moxley and the bride's book.
of Mrs. T.O. Kesler of Jack- Mrs. O.R. Alvarez Jr. on Bay- Cecil Wade Stalnaker were Mrs. Henry Coleman, Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Fitch of the Starke shoal Count on it to shine ,/ :.
sonville and the late Mr. Kes- Altar// SocietyOutlines less Highway. A covered dish married Aug. 7 at 8 p.m. In Cleon Hazen and Miss Sande Woman's Club asked the Little ron :::
ler, were united in marriage dinner will be served at noon. the New River Baptist Church. Oliver served the cake; Mrs. Women to sell stadium cush- and on whatever new

Sept 4 at 3 p.m. In the United Plans Rev. L.L. Parker, grandfather Linda Andrews, Miss Vicky; ions; the proceeds to be used directions .
Methodist Church In Orange of the bride, performed the Henry of Brooker and Mrs. toward the club building reno- you pursue.STUMP'S ..
Park with Rev. Ralph Johnson For Coming YearPlans RosierSnover double-ring ceremony. The Nan Cochran of Wachula pre- vation. New year books were >'"
performing the nuptials. bride Is the daughter of Mr. sided at the punch bowl. given out to each member. ::-=.I
The altar was decorated witha Wedding Oct. 30 and Mrs. Travis II. Moxley of The bride is a 1971 graduate $16.99 t
candle arch, baskets of chry- for the coming months Jacksonville and the groom is of BUS. The groom also grad- The executive board served
santhemums, gladioli and were outlined at the Sept. 8 the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. uated from BUS In '69 and is refreshments from a table cov- ;.:.
greenery against background meeting of St. Edward's Altar .Mr.and Mrs..Nathan Brady C. Stalnaker of Brooker. employed by local union 724 ered with a green cloth cen- :-
of greenery and candelabra with Society Including -"coffee"-: Rosier of State Farm are announcing The altar was decorated with stoomfltters of Gainesville. tered with a permanent arrangement
burning tapers. on the second Sunday of each' the engagement and two baskets of red and pink. After an extended wedding of green purple and I
Mrs. Weidner, organist pro- month after Mass, covered dish approaching marriage of their mums, carnations and gladioli trip in South Florida the cou- blue flowers.
vided a program of nuptial mu- suppers and an auction. daughter, Audrey Patricia Rosier against a background of ple is residing. Brooker. J;;: .::;::::: :C":: :::W::::
sic.James Catechism. classes will start to Kenneth Russell Sno- branched candelabra with pink .. .
Bradley served as best Sun. Sept. 19 after the 10 o'- ver, son of Dr. and Mrs.James tapers and topiary trees. -
man and the ushers were James clock Mass. Jane Clover reported Edward Snover of Tallahassee.The Mrs. Glenda Andrews, solo-
Burdette and Alan Patz. that one more teacherwas wedding will take place ist, and Mrs. Carolyn Dyal,
Miss Martha Dennis attendedas needed. It was noted that Oct. 30 in the home of the pianist, provided a program
maid of honor and Misses the age for confirmation had bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. of nuptial music.
Sandra Register and Glnl Patz been changed to twelve. and Mrs. Charles Harris Dltt- The bride, given In marriageby
were bridesmaids. The attend- It was decided to sponsora mar In Jacksonville.The her father, wore a formal SPORTSWEARSALE
ants were gowned alike in yel- child at Sunland. Visits couldbe bride-elect Is a 1970 gown of candlelight peau de
low silk organza over yellow Individually, or as a group, graduate of BitS and is presently sole, featuring a high Victorian -
crepe with white eyelet and with small parties, cards, toys employed at the Recept- neck and long sleeves with DAYS. .NOW THRU SAT. SEPT. 18

green ribbon trim. The honor and small gifts presented.Altar tlon and Medical Center in Lake French antique lace decoratingthe .. ..
attendant carried a Colonial care for the Fall months Butler. bodice and appliques of lace -
nosegay yellow and white car- are as follows:September, Ger- Mr. Snover graduated from on the skirt with a detachable BOYS LADIES CARDIGANSWEATERS
nations and three yellow roses. ry Rodrlgue! October, Lucille Leon High School and receivedhis chapel length train. The three SPECIAL BUBppND s.
Tho bridesmaids carried Colonial Moore, November, Ann Stefan- Bachelor of Science degreein tiered finger tip veil of illus r V JACKETS NATIONAL

nosegays of yellow and elll.Tickets the Division of Social Welfare ion was caught to a headpiece Corduroy park styling SyEpiERS;
white carnations.The were distributed for from FSU In 1968. He of lace petals and delicate seed comet. ,m quilt, A pile" ENS %
bride, given in marriageby Bishop Fulton Sheen's addressIn is employed as a classification\ pearls and crystals. She car- I' lining knit" collar w/np off A culls.ItntMt. CARDIGANSWEATERS styles 100' virgin w/lull acrylic fashioned a cardigan Cobb & x ;j
her father, wore a whIte Jacksonville on Oct. 22. officer at the Reception and ried a bouquet tiny pink rose- Available" in sties stitched. 1,01116 covoiod buttons h t tAest / ih
colon in 36-43 4't ,
taffeta f-la.x ',
silk organza over gown Medical Center.Shower buds centered with a cymbidium
with eyelet and white ribbon / orchid with pink streamers entwined ooOU II 1t
trim featuring a low, rounded AkricqeCrawrordWedding with Illy-of-the-valley. a V Wide selection of
Honors I RCO. styles A fabrics. In
neckline and short train. She
Miss Cathy Moxley, sister of Utitlll".o" large asat. ot aohd
wore a gold heirloom cross and the bride, was maid of honor. A fancies Available
carried a Colonial nosegay of Mary ReaginMary Mrs. A.B. Adams, sister of r m arse S-XL # *
white roses, carnations and Mr. and Mrs. B.E. Akridge the groom, of Brooker, Miss j-1 dY" +
babies breath. Her short veil of Starke announce the approaching 4 Denise WInkler and Miss El- BUSH COAT
of their bride-elect of
was secured to a lace and marriage len Bloodworth were bridal at- .
Mary Elaine, to Allen Paul Miller, was honored at "' pile lulled
ribbon headpiece.A daughter
The honor
tendants. maid of cojt. 4 big pockutaA s 88LADIES
reception and buffet din- Bruce Crawford, son of Mr. a bridal shower Monday night wore a light pink with boll. SKIIS B-ia.
ner was held at the home of and Mrs. J.B. Crawford of given by Mrs. David Hodges Venice lace bodice gown with long OUR RED DD f4
the bride's parents. The din- Klngsley Lake. and Mrs. Larry Miller at the sleeves and lace cuffs. The .,,3 1'AG9 f LADIESPANTS
ner was prepared by the bride's The wedding will take place home of the latter. bridal attendants gowns were .a.
grandmother, Mrs. Ole Lau- Saturday, Sept. 25 at 8 p-iru The 30 guests enjoyed games made the same but were Amer- yp
rltson. The bride's table was in the Madison Street Baptist with prizes after which refreshments ican Beauty red. Their head-
covered with a white linen cloth\ Church with a reception follow were served. The Polyester pull*on styles' f; '
ptecrs were matching bows with ,, '
or woven 'Italian
and centered with a four tiered ing In the church ]relatives hall. refreshment table was centered ribbons securing three tiered GIRLS front A wide' bell '. .
wedding cake.Mrs. Maggie Fic- All friends and are with an arrangement of roses. veils extending to their waist. 1/ft/ ro MIX or MATCHSPORTSWEAR 'loops. Assl.' colors insites o'
ken cut Die cake. Invited to attend. The honoree recved; many The maid of honor carried a ) 6-18. A
Mrs. Doris Veczko, aunt of lovely gifts.Charles bouquet of red carnations pink i rl
the bride, presided at the punch Mr. and Mri. Jack McComband rosebuds and red streamers.The different outfits
bowl and assisting in serving her mother, Mrs. Sally Howe and Mrs. R. attendants carried bou- 00 with these acrylic -
were Mrs. Cookie Mount and Bellamy, spent the weekend in E. Maiiiews of Lakeland were quets of pink carnations, red y; co-ordlnates.I l ; :
Miss! of Mrs. R.A.
Beverly Wolfenbargar. weekend guests
rosebuds and
Bradenton with their son-in- pink streamers.
!Miss Candy J.A. Howe of I I 1 r Your Choice
LaCompte kept the Newsom. Mrs.
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stalnaker attended his I "
bride's book. John C. Greer. Mrs. Bellamy Lakeland is spending several brother as best man. Ushers I I 1 liDOf
After a wedding trip to Marco remained with the Greers for weeks with her daughter, Mrs. were A.B. Adams, Mack Ro- 2 FOR
Island the couple Is residing several weeks. Newsom. binson, Gene Melvln, N.G. I ; LV

-- .-.. ........ ........ ........ Hayes Jr., all of Brooker and I
Travis Moxley Jr. of Jackson-
Following the-ceremony a reception -
was held In the church
Elect educational building, where a Stretch panty'
pink and red color motif was hote. 1 size
carried out. The bride's table mat fits, alll,
Nualrel ft ,fashion
VERNON D. was covered with a satin cloth I.e I. ahadeeOUA .
decorated with llly-of-the-val-
ley and pink ribbons. The three eMEN'S LADIES
tiered wedding cake was topped 88LADIES
with pink rosebuds and satin .
: SILCOXTO bells. / I

The punch table was also
decorated with of
Illy the
valley and pink robbons.
TO YOUR Mrs. Doris Kelley greetedthe r LADIES

guests at the door. Miss & BOYS BRA SALE SHIRT SALE

Council SPORT SHOES Many styles lo choose
Meth. Men's from Including "Cross Perm press fabric, In: long pointed' collar styling &
...:,;; Your Hesrf atyles.Sites contrast hitch styling. Jacquard patterns 4 \floral
Bar-BjQ Heaxy vinyl uppers 33 to 4O -eCA : stripes In 32'38.

GROUP 4t 'long- .wearing. Red.' white soles A 66 00I
blue In 3VfO, 6'VU 4' ;' : 99
The Methodist Men's Club OUR UtO.rotiM. ,. ADV.uutuio. sl.ltS3
and their wives held a barbe-
CapableSincere Reliable cue fish supper last Thursday 13110'
night at the Klngsley Lake home

t Your Vote And Support Deeply AppreciatedPage of worthy.The Mr.thirty and attending Mrs C.H.dined Nas-on I r e ::1,I -ALAY8"1st QUALITY | [-1 I

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DuplicateBridge Mr. and Mrs.F.W.Strickland, Mrs. Duane Mitzel Is getting Students returning or enterIng -
Club son, Stuart, and daughter, Glo- along nicely after undergoing Mr. and Mrs. n.R. Turnip- college this Fall are: Ricky -
ria, attended the Raiders-Colts surgery last Thursday In Ala- seed Jr of Arcadia were Tues- Johns, lIowey Academy; 1 Dale
game in Jacksonville Saturday chua Generalllospital. day and Wednesday visitors of Johns, Gordon Military College;
The Duplicate Bridge Club night. Or. and Mrs. 11.11. Adams. BenJI Moxley, Georgia Military DEMO SALEAT
will have their quarterly tour- S/Sgt. and Mrs. Norman Rlg- College, Ruth Crosby, 1 Diane
\) nament next Tuesday night at Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding don and family of Seymour Mrs. Grace Hudson of Tampaand Thomas, Mark Crawford, Rhy
the Pratt Street Recreation visited a cousin, Miss Louise Johnson Am, N.C. spent the Mrs. W.F.:. Grooms of Jack mer Howell, David Jordan, Lou
Center. All bridge players are Hood in Jacksonville Sunday. weekend with her parents, :Mr. sonville were Sunday visitorsof Ann Thomas and Patti White-
invited to attend. and Mrs. George W. Brown. Mrs. Carrie lIerlong. head, Santa Fe Junior College;
Results of Tuesday night's Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw- Brant Turner Valdosta State
play are: first, Mr. and Mrs. ford, and son. Kevin, of Ocala Miss Sue Brinson of Jacksonville Dr. and Mrs. Jim Mlnesln- College; Robert Paterson,Bre-
John Mussollne; second Mrs. were Sunday visitors of her visited her uncle and aunt ger and sons of Memphis,Tenn. vard College, N.C.; Nancy Gay,
Mark Cook nnd Mrs. Hilda Dey; mother, Mrs. W.ll. Hart. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns are renting the Dr.Brown homeon Mars 11111 College, N.C.; Denise I
third, Curtis Sanders and Er- over the weekend. Kingsley Lake. L>r. Mlnes- Winkler, June (Hardy, David -
', nest Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. H.M.; Strick- Ingcr is associated with Dr. McRae, Pate Gassett; Hill Starke
I land of Key Biscayne were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby D.W. Whllfen. Brown, Tommy Chastain, Eve-
guests of !Mr. and Mrs. visited her mother, Mrs. Mar- lyn Sinclair Rebecca McMil
E.W. Hayes.Mr. vin Andrews In Ozark, Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. W.ll. Nollman lan, Gary ;hamilton, Reverb!
spent several days in the Smoky have returned after spending Mcllae, Patsy Hitchcock Harold -
and Mrs. W.S. Clover Mountains last week. the summer in Highlands, N. Bowen, and William Scog-
will be in Point Clear, Ala. C. They have had as visitorsDr. gins, I Florida State University; ChryslerPlymouth
Saturday to Gthursday attend- Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglasof Wallace Dekle of Gaines- Tommy Blackshear, Jim Shu-
New Arrivals ing the annual social meetingof Tallahassee spent the week ville Tuesday of last week and ford, Ellen Bloodworth, Jacque
the Mississippi managementof end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C.II. l Hawkins and daughter Gaskins, Kitty Hazen, Karen
Holiday Inns. Mr. Clover's Mrs. ".fi. Bollinger. Janelle of Jacksonville last Cissy, Patricia Edwards, Kelly
mother, Mrs. U.I' Cain of Wednesday. Janelle has recently Richards, Lynn Green and Bob
Bradford County Hospital announces Montgomery, Ala. will stay with Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returned returned from a student tripto Edwards, St. Johns River Jun-
the following births: the Clover children. Saturday from a months Europe ior College; Ginger Baldwin,
visit with relatives and friendsin University of South Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D.! Pres- Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Hazen Illinois and Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Buddy Trawick, University of
cott Brooker, a son, Charlie of Mobile, Ala. and Mrs. Jet- and family of Tampa spent tile West Florida; Bill Adams and
JOhn, Sept. 7. tye Hazcn of Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymourwere weekend with their parents,Mr. Wayne Blankenship, Universityof
recent visitors of Mrs. \.E. in Tampa over the week- and Mrs. N.H. Hosier and Mr. Georgia; Anne 'lerwlllcgar, ]1971
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Napier, McKinney end visiting their son, Douglas and Mrs.Sherrod I Hamilton.The Wesleyan College; Jane and
I.awtey, a son, Kevin Shane, and attended tile Florida- Mark llamlltons are visiting Dale Crosby, Reggie Flynn and
Sept. 8. Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Stray- Duke game. relatives In Winder Ga. this Hobby White, U. oflellXly. ; :
horn and granddaughter, De- week. Cuttino, TIft College; Joyce
loran f Dilggers of Wildwood, Mrs. Charles Schaffer is returning 1 Denmark, LaGrange College. PLYMOUTHLOADED FURY
Mrs. Harney Mcllae was plea were Sunday visitors of Mr
to her home in Atlanta Mrs. D.W.\\'hltren, Mrs Harry -
santly surprised at a family and Mrs. M.r. lIazen. Friday after two weeks visit Grucn, Mrs. Jim Mlnesln- Mrs. Merrill Edwards and ,
covered dish dinner on her with her sister, Mrs. .Shaw' ger, Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Mrs. Mrs. Alvin Howard leave today ; 4-DOOR
birthday Sunday. Enjoying the Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dennis and family. Fred Barker, Mrs. Charles
for five
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Martha, returned Sawyer and Mrs. Marc Jack- weeks tour of fF j
dlcn; Conner, of Orlando, Mr. Sunday after five days visit Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hoppc of son attend the Fashion Showat will Germany visit and Sgt. Steve England Edwards, They, ( )
and Mrs. Al 11. Harley of Mer- with relatives In Martinsvllle,
Tampa are visiting Mrs. O. the Civic Auditorium Wed- AFB, In Zwlebrucken
ritt Island, Or. and Mrs. Mc- Va. and Atlanta.
L. Beasley and Mrs. J.w. Kin- nesday.
Jr. lake Mr. and Howard's parents,
line of City,
caid from Wednesday to Mon
Crawford of Providence and Mrs. Joe Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Tommy (lodge
Mrs. Hobby Mr. day. Mr and Mrs. Merritt Wil- : DISCOUNT
at St. In Cornwall
Mrs. Mattte Mllcy of and family and Mr. and Mrs. liams visited Mr. and Mrs. Eng \
Jacksonville: and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Live Oak were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collinsof L.A. Taylor Jr. and familyin land.Mr. t
Leon Conner, Mr. and Mrs. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jenkinsburg, Ga. spent the Jacksonville Sunday. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas \ .1
Gene Pass Mr. and Mrs. Cary II.A. Lawson. Spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Na/wortli, Mrs. Betty Crawford weekend with the family were II.W. Townsend and Mr. and Local admittances to Brad- Mr, and spent Mrs.the Arthur weekend Nicholsat : with SIl200.00
Mrs. f lonnle llarley of Mr. and Mrs. 13111 Borar and Mrs. Albert lee Crosby. ford County Hospital this week Crescent Beach.
Suirko! and 20 grandchildren.Mrs. family of Panama City. Include: :Mrs. Dorothy Kerri \

Wayne Blankenship spent the gan, Mrs. Bodll Canavarro, Mrs. Phillip Vellenga, Mrs.
Guy Sale is visiting The Jacksonville Crowned weekend with Ronnie Sutton In :Mrs. Edith McAdam, Keystone fate Brown, Mrs!! Marlon
:Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling- of the American Business Mrs. Mary Gibson,
Chapter Albany, Ga. Heights; Payne, Mrs. I Frances Hamilton ON THIS
ham and family In Tampa Women's Association helda Linda Wilkerson, RaIford; Kay and Miss Madge MIddleton
week. friendship tea, Sunday September Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Williams Rosier, LawteyThomas; I.. Mc- attended district two meetingof
12. at the home of Mrs. and daughter, Mica)Ie, Culloch, Hampton; Mrs.Deborah Alpha 1 Delta Kappa sorority ONE
Mr. and Mrs. David Christopher W.C. Causey. Any businesswomen of Tallahassee spent the week- Dyer;) Lake Uutler; Mrs. In Macclenny Saturday
and daughters of I Fitzgerald In Starke interested In end with their parents, :Mr. Golda Crist Mrs. Lennie Anderson -
(!.a. spent the weekend Joining the American Business and Mrs. Mack Williams and Mrs. Fannie Reams,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Women's Association, please Mr. and Mrs. Warney ,Adkln- :Mrs. Victor Frees, Mrs. Agnes -
C.I; Dlnl ns. contact Mrs. Causey,473-3496. son. Parrish, Randall Sapp, Anthony MKE YOUR DOG FEEL LIKE
- - Mary
:Mrs. Ruby A. Smith, Mrs. --.
i Jo Evans,Mrs.Sarah Brown, / r'
and Mrs. t:rma Faber, Starke.
: '
r ? w s Ash ti 3t s s b # ;
off Mt > f -
:: Mrs. Grover ferryman> of
Dothan, Ala. Is guest this week
I: of :Mrs. K.K. Perryman.

S Mr. and Mrs. P.D. Fancher
i1'j .1 Ir. attended the Shrine cere- 1971 PLYMOUTH
mony In Lake City Sept. 3 and
'j 4 and went on Atlanta where
J. : they were joined by !\Ir, andS Sattmte Custom 4-Dr.
I ga Mrs. Pete "Fancher RI. They
visited Six Flags Over (;cog- D6
oS gla, :Maggi Valley and Gatlln-
: burg, N.C. last week. (loaded)

a g tIt1 : Mr. and Mrs. Comer Per- DOG WEEK
: Y ryman and son of.Jacksonville SEPT. 19-25
r gr: : : spent the weekend at their cot- Sale Price $3,675A
: JI tage on Kingsley Lake. Deserve To Be Your

:I o I a : Michael Barry, formerly of Dog's Best Friend
s iv Starke, died In Miami recently FINE CAR
after a short Illness. Mike Victory Flea Collars
: or "Mac": and Ruby Barry o-
: r perated a restaurant on South Tags
301 several years ago.
&\ $1.39 Each
:\1 r. and !Mrs Will Slade and
3 a; family of Baxlej, Ca. were Sept. 19.25 Only
Sunday visitors of :Mrs. W. ALSOBALANCE
S. Slade. Stanford Hurst of Atlanta Full Line Of Dog Supplies
: visited Mrs. Slade last

.....:;.,...- Wednesday, STARKE OF NEW 1971
: Mrs. Agnes Heath of I Fort PET CENTER

Lauderdale is spending sever- 120 Court Str,..,
: al weeks with her mother, :Mrs.
J.S. Sapp Mr. and :Mrs fcwej Plymouths &
Warren of Wajcrosslslted ChryslersIN
:Mrs Sapp over the weekend. TIm BRADFORD

: a, :Mrs. Tommy Johns and family COUNTY TELEOKAPH
Macclenny: spent the
weekend with her parents, :\\11'. Published every Thursday STOCK
zr : and :Mrs. I.W. Hitch. at 118:\ W. Call Street
Starke, Florida 3200
Second class postage. paid
: WII\T GOOD Is a 3-diy holiday !. at Starke, Florida AT COST
that comes at the end of
the'summer when everybody> Subscription Rates:

IT MAKES A LOT OF CENTS. : Is too broke to enjoy It? In year trade; $3.75 area: sit: S3 months.00 per

"September Sung" Is not
nice tune but the ultimate Outside trade area: $3.50
only a
j refuge for aging actors per year; $3.00 six month..* 1 Chrysler Royal 4-DoorII.T.
AND NICKELS. who cant I ting./( .

: - -- Plymouth Fury III 4-Door' II. T.
AND DIMES. : r----------------

Plymouth ii Fury I l-Dx' II.T.

se 3 Valiant -Door Sedans

AND DOLLARS. : LONGHORN 3 -Duster Coupes 6 and V-8's








: I Speelallilng In Home-Cooked Meals I II

: Our Hours: I Using Only Fr..h V.g.tabl.s I II

Mori thru Thuri.- 9am. to 3p.m. And
Frldiir 9am. to 5:30p.m.: I Meal I II ChryslerPlymouth

Cloud Saturday I LUNCHEON' SPECIAL $1.50 I II

SAVINGS ANC ASSOCIATION : I Choice of Three Vegetable I II
LOAN : Meat. Tea or Coffee U. S. 301 North Phone 964-6600
004)MMOOO Mf.nonoA what MAOISOM nott TMTTMM. I I
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);I and void and order the town to CARD OF THANKSWe
CaY Brooher approve the plaintiff's request desire to express to our

Scramble Suit. -Henry L. Cray Jr.of Gaines kind friends and especially Dr.thanks*,
x. Cmmfvufloif Q ville !Is attorney for the plaintiff -; J. Barry our heartfelt
(From Pegs I 1)) (From Pogo 1)) for their many The beautiful expressions floral or
+! en scrambles can be obtained lice power by the town officials. George Pierce of Stark offerings were especially ap-

vo.nua __________-"_"""'_"_"'__erea__ II_ ____ ''O:*, ,, t, v1 from the office.Chamber of Commerce The defendants not Illegal claim and the that actIon the- is the attorney for the Town preciated.Mrs. .
n.n. n n' ----------------------- was of Brooker. E.H. Prescott
The evening', entertainmentwill ordinances In question were
Progress In cutting the Umber The stag party for this Friday be topped off with an old passed In accordance with authority j
on the back nine holes night, Sept. 1 17. has been 1 1F time square dance sponsoredby granted by Florida law. .
is. reported progressing as well cancelled due to a conflict with the Starke Shrine Club to -Plaintiff alleges that the Defendants NEW!
as can be expected with the the season's first football game be held between 9 p.m. and In preventing sale of SOMETHING
wet weather In the recent weeks in Macclenny. There will be midnight In the main buildingat beer within 2,500 feet of any
and the surveying and marking others scheduled so watch out the fairgrounds. Admissionwill church or school acted arbi-
of the timber to be cut is for the time and date. be $2.50 per couple and trarily and that the ordinancewas additional for color on extension
presently In progress. I understand the tennis com- the dance will be called by passed with the special No charge
mittee Is searching for some- the well-known Bill Camp. purpose of preventing the plaintiff -
The exteriors of all the build one to give lessons to help The annual event II financedby from utilizing his property. only $$1.50 per month.
ings on the property are In get all the new tennis buffs local businesses and agricultural And that the distance require- phones ,
the process of being painted- off to a good start and help Industrial and civic ment bears no relation to' the
thIs should really spruce the the old buffs straighten out their organizations and Is free to protection of public health or Save
place up. bad habits- -MarionFOOTBAl "' the public. welfare.

-The peens fee, the plaintiff Steps. ,.
This dog no doubt (like to run foxes, but't appear alleges, Is so unequal to
cr to agr.. with having a number palnt.d on his side for the Raiford Vote. deny equal protection of the { Decorate
North Florida Fox Hunter hunt Saturday. plaintiff and amounts to oppressive
(From Page 1)) exercise of govern r
mental power. Further that the .vour home
..N.dX0.00 Shaw ducdon In House members lows closely that used by Worth- ordinance setting the fee Is
which does not contrary to sections
would further dissolute the voting Ington Springs of the Flo- c today with
(From Page 1)) power of a person In a the cigarette valoremttaaxes. rida statutes.
Cash vantage, obviously"Shawadds. rural area. By way of explanation State estimated and gasoline ata-- -That the defendants were an extension
he says that Dade Coun- first wrong In refusing to grant
Equally obvious Is the rea- round $::500 per month will be
ty now has members\ In the zoning approval and then
.6 EVERY WEEK son why the small county leg- House and Senate, all running used to operate the new town an ordinance. passIng telephone.
islators oppose reducing the county wide. That enables each government and pay for needed
size of the /House A number -Plaintiff his
: ImprovementsA alleges storeis
to vote for
person 31 mem-
See Page 8 of them would be reapportioned more than 500 feet from the
out of the Legislature. bers of the Legislature, Shaw volunteer fire department, nearest church or school and CALL OUR BUSINESS OFFICE TODAY 964-7000
points out. A voter In Bradford
street lighting, and layground
Shaw feels his district Is that sale of beer there would
big enough now, large enough, County can vote for only equipment are among the goals not advertly affect the healthor
so that he can't get around to three. members, he pointsout. set by supporters of the incor- morality of Brooke.

_.._. _. ._ all six counties nearly as muchas poration movement. (\T; FLORIDA STATETELEPHONE
;:_:_:::: :::_::::: :'.::::;:; :<:"_:'<<:;:::;:::;*;:::;;::;;: ::;:::;:: :::::::-; :-:<<'*:<:: .:::;y.;:::;:;:;::,:r, he'd like to and still oper- Major weapon the rural mem- officials will conclusion, the plaintiff
All elected town
COMPLETE LORIDA ate his business as an attor- bers will use to fight the reduction asks the court to issue a declaratory CO.
:r: ney In Bradford County. Is a proposal to go to serve without pay, according to judgment on the Issue 0o.11e1MT..
) ET I "We feel that to further reduce single member districts, so provisions of the charter. declare ordinances null ...N.M
J PEST CONTROL the representation of the that In Dade County each leg-
L VONTRUl r rural areas would greatly crip- islator would run from a separate - -- - -- - -- -
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SERVICE people in areas where you've would vote for one house member f-----------------: ,
'I V'l CHUfUUl CO. :$:; got sparse districts,"said Hep. .
T. ::f Wayne Mixon,, D-Marlanna. "They won't like that because ft :: "k4 ; 1J1
: I IQ' Shaw points out that with thestate's they all live In the same gen t it\\ ;:' P ,
AZALEAS present 6.8 million population "
4';, r eral area, Shaw says of the f .
\ '. that in a 100-member I I f\ -
\ Dado I '1't1.-tlfMl.
legislators. '
I' ;,.. ,.1 :.: House each member would represent '" :)
(1 fJ :: 67,894 people, and In Since Dade's legislators live t I
Gal. -77t an 80-member House the num- in the same area, a single
"!i 1t jj ber would grow to about 85,000 member district plan would
t':.v : !4. r persons. Shaw says he would force many of them to run t tt
:,7 1 t'.1- 2 GAL.1.771 1 ; n't be surprised to see some against each other. t E'tI '
: .: :::: rural representatives representing "I( can assure you there will I
12 counties."I be a single member district
t'r: FALL VEG. don't go for that at all. plan offered," Shaw says. t t tt
>> What kind of Job could I do for "They don't like single member -

And Annuals Tray .47 w a of county me my now district then, how? If see much the so peoplein would little bers along,districts"fine Shaw with says., but single we can mem-get t BARGAINS YOU'LL NEVER FIND AGAIN!' t tt

they see of me then? Shaw "We don't want the size of
Onion Sets Lb. .39<< asks. the House reduced. Maybe we
I-; Shaw also points out a re- along can get the way.together" somewhere t IT'S TIME TO THINK OF COMFORT... LOOKS! and SAVINGS t

Grass Seed Sib. .87t Another Is &
i Rye possibility a plan
I for a unicameral Legislature > ,
but that plan Is not well-liked LARGE WICKER MODERN WALNUTBEDROOM
f V Now Is The Time To Fall by much of anybody. But Shaw
powra says that wouldn't be much
Fertilize Your Lawn i House.worse than an 80-member I t CLOTHS BASKETS SUITE t

r I Special $1.95 Reg. 134.95 Sale$119.95

}' Clean No Dust............ $3.39 'Varsity! :, ,


: 2,500 Ft. Coverage$5.95 iJ NA110NAL -- (From Page 1))

pOGWEEK performed In practice only In t Gold, Brown or Green Tapestry Covers Dresser, Chest, Bed and Nite Table t
a "so-so"manner,Sexton
5 La. But he adds emphatically, that
c. THE DELUXE FALL FERT. Reg. $59.95 Sale$49.95 95 Closeout$299.95
.89 1" until the linemen actually playa $3 .
WILL CONDITION YOUR NATIONAL DOG WEEK game coaches won't have, a .
1 real good idea where the line
Mistakes that were made Friday t t
,f, rHE COLD WINTER AHEAD $3.39 ::1:1: Deserve To Be Your night are being correctedthis SOFA BEDS
::: :; week Sexton says. "Hope WASTE
::; :: Dog's Best Friend fully they won't be repeated Gold Green Tweed BASKET
i 50 LB. Cow Manure 1.91 1N 1 Friday night." ,, t I
Victory Flea Collars "They're coming along. 1

We Deliver And j1 f Tags wall.he think says they'll of the do Tornado a good Job.fore-" ''t s Reg. S7!<,95 Sale, $69.95 Closeout$1.50 J

Spread Fertliser :f $1.39 Each Vernon Barber has been the
most consistent tackle up to SOFA andMATCHING 7 PIECEDINETTE 19.25 Only now, Coach Sexton added as t t
l far as blocking assignments
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'S I Full Lin Of Dog Supplies and execution goes.End Charles CHAIRAvocado SUITESChoice

Wright still Is looking good,but I of Colors t
STARKE again, really needs competitionto
GARDEN CENTER f tell. It Crushed Velvet

PET CENTER I Reg. $369.95 Reg. $119.95 t
# 120 Court Strt
Iv&sss6wsjwwsss/'srs.: :: ;:;. ..........:;:::;:; ;:;:::;:::::9645745rxfinsfrrsfr:; : ; :; :;;:::::: :: : PLANS:; KEL'MOV': : Close-Out C 299.95 Sale$99.95

The Douglas Family Reunion t
will be held Sunday, Sept. 19, 1 OF A KIND 4 PIECE SPANISHBEDROOM

Special Introduction Offer of Recreation Leno Lake State City.Park Hall All,at located family Camp south con-0'- I TABLE LAMPS SUITE .,,

nections and friends are Invited Genuine Pecan Triple Dresser, Door Chest
Wrought Iron Mobile Home PorchSTANDARD to come and bring a picnic t
2 Drawer
10 lunch.a.m. with Registration business startsat ses- Reg. 9.95 Close-Out -$5.00) Nite Table, HeadboardS t

sion at II a.m. Lunch will be 95 Closeout$549.95
I: served at 1 p.m. 1 Style. LAZBOYRECLINA t


It Tweed or Blue-Green Matelasse
Complete Extra

Desert ISLERestaurant I Reg. $159.95 ClOSC-Out $12900 Only$29.95 I

i 2 PIECE t


t MR. AND MRS. Gold, Green DESK LAMP

LACY THORNTON t 8 Way Hand-Tied Coil Spring Baserteg.
Til PROPRIETORS $349.95 Special$13.95

Close-Out $279.95
Good Food

HOME, ,INDOOR OUTDOOR CARPET. STEPS, AND $324 .9S Home Cooked 'Special Close-Out' Bedroom! I


Newman Bros. I Open A Week 7 Days t All Pieces I In White PILLOWSChoice I

WeldingS. 4-5 Drawer Chests 84.95 .....- 59.95 of Colors

t .... I
301 STARKE HOURS; 5 King Size 69.95 39.95

ALL TYPES WELDING AND STEEL FABRICATION PHONES 964.8377,964.8559 PULPWOOD 6:30: a.m. To 10 a.m. t 2 1-- Reg.Bachelor Panel Chests Bed 64.95 44.9529.95'.....- 44.95 Special 1.00 t

I EQUIPMENT REPAIRED _0 5:00: p.m. To 10p.m.: I .2 Bookcase Hutches 44.95 ...- 29.95

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HAMPTONThe \] NEWS ABOUT Communitylt.Ilzabeh News

By Karen, Supchy;

subject of bussing has for their transfer to other lector. SERVICE MEN
brought forth many nrugmenta area schools, closer to their The reglstrarlon books were : Givens Walker
of late, even as to Its purposeat place of residence. Desegregation also read off to verify the validity ,. ...
all. One certainly cannot was not Involved In the of persona registered.The r

dispute the usefulness of bus- transferring as all of the stu- ones deleted were either /n. cn; I i. sCot T rnooiMK:!o Williams, pastor service mer pastors of three churchesIn
sing In the case of Hampton dents were white. deceased or no longer livingIn t Cadet Donald A, Salazar, son The Troop schedule as follows: Senior tills urea and members The
Elementary:: School though. Of the 36 students, 6 were the area. The number of of Mrs. Dorothy G. Salazar of 026 will regular be held meeting Monday: Sept. Choir rehearsal each Mondaj member churches of this union
Overcrowding the reason for taken to the Middle School In registered voters In the City; Route 2, Starhe, Is receivingsix 20 at Greater Mien chapel1ME night ('holr0, 3 ,and (I's- are: 1I0llwellIE: Church,
the school's use of the busing Starke and the remainder to of Hampton now totals 156. The +. weeks of practical work In Church at 5 p.m.11 hers Boardo. 2 will meet. St. James XME! : Church, Greater -
facility.As Southside. As I stated before atmosphere Monday evening reflected d'h. I military leadership at the Army Interested girls and old members \\ ) night Prater meeting \llen ChapelMK Church
of September 13, Hampton busing,la a benefit here, that everyone felt It Reserve Officers Training are asked to please meet Thursday the Ladles Circle The Choir t nlon will I* held
Elementary has a total of 197 as It will enable all pupils would be quite an election. Corps Basic Summer Camp at for the organization activity. will be held at the home at St. lames IMF!\ Church, I lake
students enrolled. Prior to this concerned to obtain a better I would like to apologize to Fort Knox Ky., June 25 to Parents are welcome to visit of sirs Kmmie: !\IcKa Friday Butler, Sept 19, at 3 p.m.
date, 36 additional I students education, which Is what schoolIs Helen Baker for the omission August 5.Salazar. with the Jlrls. night the prayer band will 'Ihe 1 \n ual anniversary will
were also attending school all about anyway.PHfI'LECTION of her name from the list of 'h. a student at the there. Monday marked tho day candidates reported in the paper versity of Florida, is one of SI-.MOH: CITI/IAS Brown \MK!\ : Church the 4th Sunday
: : COUNCrLMEETJG the past two weeks. It more than 13,000 students attending Ml Interested Senior Citizens "Friday Uic Senior Choir will in October beginning .t. :2 p.m.
;; : was purely an oversight and summer ROTC train- Invited and reminded to sell dinners at 12 p.m. I'rldu\
Monday, September 13, not intentional, please accept Ing in the U.S. are attend the regular meeting that night;: Choir rehearsal Satur- Thought For Tlw, Week: Drink
marked the final council meet- my apology for your not being will be held 'lh rsda\, Sept day the Home !Mission\ will sell ing. The barroom Is a bank,
301DRIVEI Ing before the election. equally represented with the New OptometristTo 23 from I to 3. The Interest dinners In the kitchen, Xou, deposit your mon and
Attending were four councilmen other candidates. Practice there Army Private Jerry E. Redding of the Senior Citizens has been Sunday Is Pastoral I Bay. Sum lose it. lour lime :and lose
the mayor and the city 18, son of Mr. and !Mrs high I'.vcr one attending has day !School at 9:311: Morning: 11. lour character" : nod lose
clerk. Six visitors were also HAPPY BI15T1IDAY!!! With Dr. WhifTenDr. Lonnie A. Redding, Houte I, expressed: >their gratitude for service .at. II; \l 3 p.m. the It; jour inanl\ Iniepelldvnce
I N present two of which brought Wishes for very happy com Lawtey, recently completed the activities carried on at the Sunlight Pullljearcrs will meet, and lose ft. lour home laid/
requests before the council for ing year are extended to Tracy and Mrs. James II, Mlne- eight weeks of basic trainingat :Neighborhood Center at the church. M 4 1 p.m. I vague lose It. Xour !self control and m
approval or consideration. Bruno, who, a week-and-a-half singer of Memphis, Tcnn. have I-'t. Jackson, S.C. There Is an entertaining activity ; at 6 p.m.enhv" : Wor lose ii. 'our children'-. Kippincss -
Show Begin At Sundown Other business taken care ago became 10 years old. She recently moved to Starke. lie received Instruction In In the planning:( for Halloween ship. l and lose It. 'our uivn
of was the granting of a higher celebrated her special day with He will practice in association drill and ceremonies, weapons We arc hoping all members soul and lose It. tt\ |hu, has nnv '
Frl. Sat. Sept. 11 18 salary for the trash col- an all girl's party of 19 with Dr. Wayne Whiffon map reading combat tactics, will cooperate with the Greater Mien Chapel.M.! I.1 .- \is ho has sorrow'' Ulio has eouIcnlloiis' -
friends. optometrist.Dr. military courtesy, military Justice committee. 1 L.: Church, Hcv. C.IIcnklns: .' UH! has, babbling'
'J wo other birthdays recentlywere Mlneslnger was graduated first aid, and army his- Pastor. Service schedule: \A ho has wounds without amuse'
Tighten your from Forrest Lake Aca- tory and traditions. SCHOOL! SPIT'SAdult Sunday School will begin. the' .' Who has. redness. of
FLORIDA those of 'lli.imy Saxon demv. Apopka, Fla., and attended services at 10) a.m.lornh ,
c.vcaV They' that .
> classes arc meeting hurl loinu
scat belt. and Jimmy Hawkins.H >olh bo old}shave Southern Missionary at 11.11 K:each Tuesday and 'I i hurs- service at II a.m. Choir I In- ,Ill, wine I Kiev that" gt tu seek
just turned years Army Private First Class
lie Ion 3
College, Chattanooga, Tcnn. at p.m. mixed i'mH'I'J
wine '
day; nights. I Information call :!: :19l.'e -
Jimmy on the 8, Timmy on the received his doc- Lamar Thomas, 19, son of Mr. The C"spell'holr; I nlorholdsIts
degree as a
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You never had THEATREShowtimeWeekdays 10. Jimmy had about 12 boys tor of optometry from the Southern Jewell n, Addington, Gainesville regular meeting:( ever 3rd
and girls attend a modern weenie College of Optometry In is serving as a gunner 1'I11'1CIIl'W! : : Sunday al a different church
roast (that's where It rains with the 3rd armored )Division each CLASP ENVELOPES
Memphis.In month.
a trip like this I-.benezcr: Baptist Church, ._
7:00: and your mother has to cook the high school, Dr. Mlneslnger In Germany.His The Gospel; Choir I nloii was Bradford County Tell
Rev Davis Ser-
Leroy pastor. .
hot dogs Inside on the stove). wife Sharon lives In Sunrlay .): )Saturday 1:00 received the Senior Liter- vice schedule: :\Iond.nilht. organized by some of the for-
chose to celebrate his Starke
Timmy Fla.
before ary 'Award. lie was vice-pres-
of each week Bible Class. Each:
Fri. Sat. Sept. 17 18 birthday with just a private ident of the Physics Club anda
Thursday Prayer meet
yrt family gathering.Once night CONTEST
; member of the Florida Club
hCINIUI. ing. Friduj night,: the Senior
again, happy birthday to
and Illumination Engineering Army Robert L. Choir will go to Putnam Hall
4 you all.IIOME. Society at Southern College of Dodd, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. to participate In a Choir anniversary -
Optometry William J. Itodd Jr., Starke, at Avellnc Baptist ff hiwe+.-,
SWEET; : HOME !Mrs !Mlncsingcr, the former recently completed eight weeksof Church. All Choir membersare
Danny Klnnalrd, son of Mr. Elizabeth Thomas Milam, Is basic training at the US. asked to please be
and Mrs. James Klnnalrd presently the office managerof Army training Center, Infan- sent and on time. Saturday pre- 150.00 Cash
spent four days of last weekIn the University Country Club try, It. Polk, La. night conference, will be heldat
the Shands' Medical CenterIn and a member of Pass-
the church. Sunday School
h Gainesville undergoing treatment ees, women phllantrophlc society aged 10, and Robert aged; ) 8.Or. will begin the services at 9:45: EVERY WEEK
euI t lie Is now feeling much She attended the Univer- !Mlneslnger Is the son of Morning service will be held
better and Is glad to be home. sity of Tennessee at Knoxvlllc: Mr. and Mrs -lames Edwin: at 10:45.: Evening: service at
.0. colas Bralart where she was a member of Mlnesinger of:Mt Vernon,Ohio. 7 p.m. :; See Page 8
WALT COMINGS: ; AND; GOINGS-OI: ; Trl Delta Sorority and the "Or- Mrs. Mincsineer Is the daugh-
DISNEY VICE: VERSA ange and White" school paper. ter of Mr. and :Mrs Hobert Greater Bethlehem Tree Will
PLUS .IN/IN" 1 I NN\ Mr. and Mrs. (I'.A Hrannen They have two sons, Clark: Lee Thomas Memphis: Baptist Church, liev. Jasper
accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
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The week. The foursome made the
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Sunday School 9:45: Worship A:1L\: Y/M.ANc'.MATCHlV. ?
service II a.m. and 8 p.m.
Choir practice Wednesday 8 \ ITA 1> TOU. IIT1TO AV WlTH MYF - -
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meeting 8 p.m.
day evening of I FIRST WEEK{ I II
Church of God: I COUPON WORTH : -
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a.m. and 7:30: p.m. : 7' Open Fry P"n"
Wednesday 7:30: 1 I II

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School 9:45: a.m.. "Iti
vices 11 a.m. : I This week $199 I II
Prayer meeting : I with coupon I II
p.m. followed by
tice. I ...COUPON- -C.OOU- VPI- 16 7J:: ...-WINK mill Vents J- I

Mrs.PERSONALSWe are T.V.very Duck THURS. SEPT. .6 THRU WED. SEPT. 22 A

Mr. and Mrs. .
of Lythea spent OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 P.M. L5 i"' i't .t $i' t '
with their uncle
and Mrs. O.J.
Miss Enza .
( ) USDA HOK.F N L> HPAHI' HIM r I i 'x
last Blanchard week in with Pot Roast. 68C -
Mr. and Mrs.
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and Jamie are a
nice new home. Hlfif .
Mr. and Mrs. : Steak 78C
daughters of e .
Saturday visitors e. A ,iln
V. Duck.
Mitchell Brown 99C
Brown Larry e II
my Wise were
Brown who Is In ( ) CORNISH I I .IB AVfRAOF)

Fort Jackson S.C. Game Hens 2 $169
Mr. and Mrs. FOR
and daughter of '
visited Mrs. ( ) FRESH BOSTON BUtrPork r 1
Mr. and Mrs. '
over the weekend. Roast. .49C
Mr. and Mrs. MWMlN llDleU ;
of Gainesville \ S CHOICE)'
with Mrs. Frank
other relatives.Mr. .
and family of
Sunday with Mr.

D.Bill Dobbs.\ Dobbs who WHIP

In Cocoa, spent
hero with his
Mrs. Edward Limit 1 Miracle Whip Op S' ",I >. I II h r "ng with, ) $7 50 01' nore,
In ,
party ,
p '"t tin "li"i"I| n i>lt">
Martin's 8th
sary. 15 of his y
were Invited and DEEP SOUTH SALAD '
Joyed playing a
the winners DRESS8MG'C
then birthday MWrt4
Ice cream were ? Quantity Rights
Mr. and Mrs. !

son spent In last Orlando. ) IV M1 ; WINN DIXIE r Reserved STORES. INC

Visiting Mr. QT. 2 8 1 Y COPYRIGHT 1971
mond Suber
were their
Mrs. NltaSuber 1
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Mrs. Marian QUART
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itors of Mr. Tissue ,,:,.. 18C ,
Teston. .
Mr. and Mrs. 33c THRIfTY MAID i*
rel and 1 I
Juke 4.? $1 '
with Mrs. Joseph I .
Mrs. Ernest 1'r, 4 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding, riqnrettoi

iting Mrs. E.L. .. ,
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Mlddleburg on
The home of . ":,/i; 48c Ik
wright was the t
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evening of last tir
the business '1 tI' 1 1fl
of give and take J
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punch and cookies .K l'
to 35 guests. rF
Mr. and Mrs. .
visited and children her sister of L \ "

in-law Mr. and .'.".,., ) :
Eunice and Mrs. ,T...r...>............" .f."J-"""..,;..diiJIII'-
wright on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. SAVt 33. CHIT KIN J tlEEr' T" IRK'' I

of dinner W.F Jacksonville Moore.guests of Ocoma Pot Pies 6 FOR $100

J.W, Thomas and
Oak met the k Delicious
on noon.Sunday Mr. and and / I Apples 4 ,:59C

drews and family y j;; ,ps; 1UPERBRANDPopsicles
and Mr. and e I 2 I 12 PK $1
and family of SIZE
ited In the
stopped by for a Seedless
day morning. Grapes 3 LBS $100
route home after

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Mrs. J.JI. Eunice

1 and ily ing Mrs.On Mrs.In some Superior Labor Bennett Mrs.Selma time Day, ( tOpeit'A Aui[ ACCJ(1L( V 7142

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(SHOWERS GIVEN Douglas, Carolyn Dyal,Laverne ",. ,. { ,."
Eddie Lewis was home last ..,.. # 1'ifj.' ?' "i ,' '''lioJ 'u
FOR VALERIE BRISTOL Edwards, Mary Jane Green, weekend (Sept 10-12)) visiting .... .:. '' "" <1'/' /; .,> "
I BRIDEELECTOn Shirley Green, Dolly Harrell, his parents and sisters, Mr. "'. ..
I Tuesday night Aug. 31, Edith Melvin : ,I. '
Alma Outlaw and and Mrs. E.M. lewis Kathy \ .
I Miss Valerie Bristol was hon- Lea Temple. The hostesses and Martha Gayle. Eddie Is In I '' .. \.. .' .
ored with a lingerie shower presented the honoree with a the National Guard and Is stationed 'W\ "j'Ilb: .:; .,. 2 e' 1 1I
|given at the Brooker Baptist white mum corsage, and both at Fort Jackson in Columbia ; a .' ''' q n', -"
Church social hall. The regIstration mothers with a blue mum cor- S.C. I ;. ; w.,1. = '. 'r'- ,
nt \
I table was covered with sage. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall e'
I a white linen cloth decorated and family and Mr. and Mrs.
I with a pink and white, mum Ina STORK SHOWER Edward Endicott and family rit
[ silver bud vase. Pink and Mrs. Richard Hunt was hon- from Galnesvilleatedlnnerwlth
I white wedding'bells hung over ored with a stork shower on their grandmother, Mrs.Amanda t K
the gift table. The refreshmenttable Tuesday night, Sept. 7, givenat Lewis on Labor Day.
'was also covered witha the Urooker community cen Walter Prevatt and Lavern
white linen cloth. Pink winch ter. A beautiful yellow bassi- Outlaw of Starke were Sunday
was poured from a crystal bowl net, a gift of the hostesses was dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
from one end of the table while used In front of the gift table Ernest Edwards Peggy and
cake squares decorated with as a decoration. A pink Patsy.
pink rose buds were served umbrella adorned the gift ta-
from the other end of the ta- ble. The refreshment table was BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS .

ble. An arrangement of pink covered with a white lace cloth. On Saturday afternoon, Sept. _
and white mums centered the Pink punch was served from 11, Leonard Endlcott': of Gaines- _
table, flanked by white lighted a crystal bowl from one end ville had birthday cake at Ms
tapers In crystal candle of the table, while cake squares great-grandmother's, Mrs. Amanda hlf'n
sticks. Games were enjoyed decorated with pink and blue Lewis, honoring his 6th
by the 25 guests. Prize win- booties were served to the thirty birthday. Others attending this .
ners were Mrs. Steve Craw- guests from the other end. occasion were Mr. and Mrs. -.... -
ford and Mrs. Stanley Green. Hostesses for this occasion Edward Endlcott Shyrl Ann and 1rt
Miss Bristol received many were FXjnlse Marham and Jean Carol Lynn; Theressa Booth -
lovely gifts. Among these wasa Vanzant of Gainesville, Sandra and Martha Gayle Lewis of / iiI 1
and Linda Edwards of Brooker,
pink gown and peignoir set Brooker.Mr. .
given to her by the hostesses. Shellle Smith of Starke and and Mrs.Harry Edwards,
Hostesses for the eveningwere Lynn Glover of Lake Butler. Karen and Mrs. Hartman from
Mrs. Hunt received love- I 1 1I
Mrs. Ernest many iN
Edwards, Jacksonville, Arthur Edwardsand m !
Debbie Douglas ly gifts for the baby-to-be. ''t ;T54iahh d YG
Peggy and
Pat Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards .
sy Edwards. and family ate birthday I
NEW Congratulations ARRIVALS to Mr. and supper with Mrs. Lottie Edwards I t 'tIlalk :I
on Thursday, Sept. 2. x' ,
Mrs. Robert Fonseca -
on the
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Miss Bristol was honored with
birth of a son, Edward Jody,
miscellaneous shower SYMPATHYOur
a givento on August 27. Edward weighed I I
her on Thursday evening, 8 Ibs 12 oz., he measure 23 heart-felt sympathy,love
Sept. 2 at the Brooker Hap- and prayers are extended to our
long. Welcome to Brooker -
tlst Church. Rainbow colors bereaved families. Mr. Sleet
Edward Jody.Congratulations.
were used as a color motlff. Newton died last week at his
to Mr. and
A white candlelabra with two home In Merritt Island. Ills
Mrs. Paul
Prescott on the birth
blue candles and the bride's surviving wife is Barbara (Reborn '
of a son, Charley John, on Sept. You
book decorated the registration ) Newton. !He Is the son- re
7. Charley weighed 4 Ibs 1312oz.
table. 'I'he refreshment table Welcome in-law of Mr. and Mrs. George I II
to Brooker, Char-
was covered with a white ley. Raborn. I Invited j 1 1I
linen cloth. Yellow punch decorated Mr. Newton was burled at

with a floating Ice moldof FAREWELL PARTY.! The Antioch Friday afternoon, Sept. I II II
violets, was served from a Junior Training Union class of 10.Mrs. I 1O DIR r
Anne Frances Price died -
crystal bowl from one end of the, Brooker Baptist Church
the table; while cake squares gave their leader, Mrs.Francis suddenly, Sept 3. She was niece
decorated with a blue rose bud ) of Leonard Booth. Mr.and Leonard .
Itouglas a farewell party on
was served from the other end. Booth and family attendedthe
Thursday evening Sept. 9, at .
Centering the table was a love- the BrookcrCommunltyCenter. funeral in Albany, Ga. on
ly arrangement of pink, blue Sunday Sept. 5.
and white pom poms adorned PERSONALS
with four blue lighted tapers. Mayor and Mrs. Lowell Doug- Prayer list for the sick:Mrs. I !I
. A miniature bride was attached las left on Sunday, August 22, Annie Jernigan, Marie Archer, ThursdayFriday September 16,17,18I
\ Harrell Robin Par-
to the flowers. About 40 guests to Like their son, Johnny, to Dolly
enjoyed playing a game. Mrs. the University of North Carolina : rlsh. 0 glad to report that Ro-
Ernest Edwards and Mrs.Steve In Chapel Hill On the bin has gone back to school. I I
Crawford were the winners. SCHOOL NEWS: The first
way back home they enjoyed a I II
It Miss Bristol received many' visit with, friends, Mr.and Mrs. PTA meeting of the 1971-1972
lovely gifts. Among those wasa Harold Worthy and family in school term will be Tuesday I AUTOMATIC CAR WASH !
set of avocado green stain- Summerville, S.C. Mayor and evening, Sept 21, at 7:30 p.m.
less steel cookware. Hostesses Mrs. Douglas returned to at the Brooker Elementary
for the evening were lean Brooker School. Prior to this meetingthe
on Aug. 29.

meet Executive at 7 p.m.committee All parents will I With Purchase Of 15 Gallons Or I:

should plan to be at this PTA
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home meeting to meet our new I

principal and teachers. Come t
out and support your child's More Of GasolineRegular I

STARKE school, by Joining and attending -
the Brooker Parents and
1'HONn:. !Gl.i200> ( Teachers Association. You can PrioeWfEaiWash $1.00 I

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Vol. 93 No. 8 September 16, 1971 2.d Section.

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.w Team Opens

520 Hounds Chase I

FIB. f +Ti t f ni ry' ,p J N t Against EastsideThe

20 Foxes In HuntBy 1'hG'ti"i 1 1o 1v 1x

Baby Tornadoes open wasn't completely satisfied at
their season tonight as they all," said Coach \Ilcn. "We
take on the F.astslde Rams in looked fair some of the time
Gainesville, starting at 7:30: and bad at times."

Mike Chitty the way from Texas vaccinated by Bobby Stalnaker Ft. White; ( ;M_ on Citizen's Field On defense we were just not

for rabies, then released 2owned by Don Womack, On the, eve of the flab) Tornadoes aggressive enough and on offense -
What's a frantic tort around Sampson Lake Friday. Jacksonville; 3owned by Jim opening game, Coach our timing was off. Wo
There was a roll call Saturday and Joan Nolan, Live Oak; #4- John Allen can list several more hope to correct this in practice -
It's one of 20 foxes turned around 4 a.m., then the Hunt owned by T.M. Plnkston, Lake unhappy developments than hap this week."
loose Saturday by the North began on SI -100 around 6:30: Butler; 5owned by Lamar py ones following Friday night's
Florida Fox Hunter's Associ- and lasted 5 hours. During the scrimmage There were a couple of
Sullivan game.
WIlHston #6owned
: bright spots In "Friday's scrim-
ation in front of 520 hounds. Hunt, there
were four Trenton
Fox Gray by Carl Mathews, ; #7- Allen said Tuesday that two mage, both offensive and de-
Last.Friday night and Satur- and two Red Fox reported owned by Jim & Joan Nolan, of the, JV's starting backs will fensive. After viewing(the films,
day, the North Florida Fox Live Oak; 8owned by Jim : probably miss action against then said that, Farley: Chand-
Hunters Association held their In the Bench Show Hounds & Joan Nolan': 9owned by Kastsldc.. Tim Crews, a start- ler did a real fine job at line
first Fox Hunt, which included were judged according to Mr. & Mrs. E.H. McDonald .t ing fullback and defensive half- backer along with Chuck =Norton -
a Bench Show Friday night. Structure Stance, Consistency Alma Ga; 10owned by B. back will be lost for the sea- at corncrbnck. Halfback ,
Despite the fact this Associa- etc., and scored points. J. Hall, Starke. son with a fractured leg Tommy Reddish also received
tion is only 11 months old, It First Place received 40 points, L praise for his
has a membership of 231, and Second received 30, and Leonard Sapp who has drawn strong running
so on
ALL Along with Hall for his
according to Frank Dunn (director down to Fourth Hounds were AGE: #1Owned by This! i Is on. pan that didn't get caught In the junior much praise from the coachesin side running. out-
Leroy Aderholt, Branford varsity scrimmage |-
of the United States O- also scored ; recent weeks, listed as
by the 25 Field owned by Mac\ Henry Brown night. Ronnie Hall, 11, and Stuart Duncan, 42, defend against Dwayn. Har- doubtful with
pen Fox Hunt) just held one Judges, according Hunting/ a starter a Along will) the, passing attack -
of the biggest one-day hunts Trailing, Speed and Drive and Newberry; #3owned by S.E. d... sprained ankle. Sapp would have Allen Is pinning high; hopeson
he's ever see. Die's seen them Endurance, for which Awards Reyes, Jax; #4- C.W. Green been starting as both an offensive the outside running attackof
all, by the way). The !Association were also presented. Then two Gainesville; #5- R.E.Williams and defensive halfback. Hall and Reddish Allen sees

meets on the first Satur- First Prizes (Derby and All 7Foster Raiford; #6- R.E. Williams 71 Baker Team With the running attack severely this running threat necessary
day of each month, at the Fair Age) were awarded for the high- Ga #8- Ed Zipperer Robertson Valdosta To Be BetterBaker hampered with the loss for the passing attack to click.
Grounds, and everyone inter- est number of points in Show Dade ; Jr., of two of its starting backs, Probable
ested is welcome City; #9Russel Dees starting line-up fortonight's
to come out and Hunt combined. the Tornadoes hope to turn even
and Join the fun. For more information Newberry Whitehouse.; 10Ben Ogburn. County's 1971 grid team Coach Starling has takenoverthe more strongly to Its passing On offense game Steve is as follows:
The Register at
you may call PresIdent will be bigger, better, and present Wildcat helm after three quarterback sprints down game ;
Wesley Moody of New BENCH/ SHOW/ WINNF.RS- the line of scrimmage, fakesor center; Allen :Norton: and John
River or Secretary James R. First Place: 6 months or Derby, Combination Winner- than in a more balanced attack years lie has under 33 Coach Ed Jasonek. gives to the fullback off- Charlie Green who has just :McCutchln at guard; Ken Fuqua -
previous accordIng boys out for foot-
Norman of Lawtey. underowned by Cindy /Hall; owned by Bill Joiner Starke. to a years ball in tackle, then still has the option come down from the varsity and Farley Chandler at
scouting Macclenny
report com- Including 11
along with ends Terry Hajcs tackle Terry and Don
6-12 months, Maleowned by of passing, pitching out to ; llajcs
All Combination Winner piled BUS lettermen.
Age by
Fox coaches at theWildcat's
Hunting, a world-wide D.D. Ball of Jacksonville the halfback around the end, and Donald Loper are expected ald l toper at end; Charlie Greenat
and has been around ; owned by R.E. Williams football jamboree last The Wildcats will be
sport 6-12 months Femaleowned bigger or running the ball himself. to make up one of the most quarterback; Chuck Nortonat ;
longer than you and I realize by H.F. Wiggens Ralford. week. than the Tornadoes this sea- formidable passing games a- fullback; and Ronnie Hall
is rapidly Increasing In popu- 1-2 years, Derby; Maleown- Veteran Bobby Hart, a 2- son. Their forewall reads 170, round. Green has his problemstoo and Tommy Reddish at half
larity. Our area is no except- ed by D.D. Ball of Jax; The North Florida Fox hunters year letterman at quarterback, 210, 170, 201, and 175 across. Baker Co. though, In the form of a back.
ion to the rule. This was evi- is But that's nothing unusual. pulled groin muscle. lie
1-2 an outstanding signal -
years, Derby Female- Association, which will celebrate On defense: John McCutchln
denced by the fact that for owned by Sam Getzen of New- its first anniversary the- BUS Coach David ]Ilurse Coach Nurse says. missed action In the scrimmagegame : at nose guard, Steve Register
the very first Hunt there were berry; first week in October Is says. lie is the reason Baker Anoiner lineman, not a starter Horse ShowThe and according to Coach and Ken Fuqua at tackle. Donald -
no less than 543 hounds regis- All Age, Male-Durward Mor- rently seeking an area in the has a better passing attack. is Wayne Bass, 292 pound Allen, has missed all contact 1.0per and Terry llajes at
tered, and 520 actually took part
middle guard. If he plays. Bass practice for the past two weeks.
Lochloosa Management Area to The Wildcats looked in end, Farley Chandler and :Marshall -
in good
the Hunt. Those not participating gan.All will be opposed by Bradford's Baker County Hiding Club
Age, Femaleowned by legalize Fox Hunting their jamboree, whipping West of Green stands as Cloversettlc at line backer -
were puppies, and I Hall year- 165 pound center, Farelon Mc- will hold its Grand Opening As today,
was told it's not a good idea Hall.Bobby shown by Cindy round. Nassau 21-0 and Green Cove Clellan. Horse Frolic Saturday, Sept. a big question mark. Coach Ronnie Hall :at monster,

to hunt a dog before it's arounda Best Show Hound- owned by For anyone who's interested, SnHnu* 14-0. The Wildcats, because of ace 18 at the 4-11 arena on US-90. Allen said that the Baby Tornadoes and Duncan Stuart and Strickland Chuck Norton:, Stewart at
year old. All hounds winning Durward Morgan, Starke. there will be a 4-day Hunt Under new Coach Tim Star- quarterback Hart, will also employ will throw a lot if GreenIs halfback.
awards In the Bench Show (except Best Opposite Sexowned (beginning Oct. 18)) In Talla- ling the Wildcats have goneto the triple option offense High point trophies will be well Thursday night."I,
puppies) had to by a tough 5-4 defense its awarded in each of the two With Leonard Sapp out of The game promises to be a
competein Bobby Hall, shown hassee, with a Bench Show on which the Tornadoes tried the
by Cindy youth classes and six ribbons good one as the Rams look for
the Hunt to keep those a- (tall. Monday, and Hunts lasting five called a "tough" 5-4 becausethe past two seasons and finally the line up, second string quarterback -
will be given in each of the revenge after last ear's cliffhanger
wards. There was a total of hours a day, Tuesday, Wednes- Wildcat linebackers play abandoned as too dun cult.Each Ronnie Hall will moveto >
167 awards presented for Show day and Thursday The United right In the middle of the line play under the triple option is six classes in all events. halfback replacing Sapp and which saw the Torna-
Hunt, and Combination /HUNT HOUNDS (Highest Gen States Open Fox Hunt will be and right up in the line. It a potential run or pass, de- Entry fee for any or all of Chuck Norton: will move to full does first and win 21-20 with the Hams
eral Average) makes running up the middle pending on the weakness of the Die six events scheduled is back to replace Crews. one from the one foot
The foxes were ordered all Derby (1-2 years): #1 1- owned held Nov. 29 Dec. 3. difficult, Hurse says. reaction of the defense. $3.00. "After viewing the films I line as the game ended.

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Views at left and right show historic old Bradford County

4 :- Courthouse In happier days. fi
,::1..' Now the once proud modified Gothic structure, built
In 1902 will lose Us last remaining tenant this month when
I"r" the Board of Public Instruction and Superintendent of Schools { l'o 4y i 4t J MI y'" y Ir
move their offices from the old courthouse to newly remod-
elled quarters In the old usa building now retitled "School
Administrative Building.' ,
Picture at left shows the old courthouse as It looked during '

;; World War n days when the Guidon Grill occupied the South- .., ? I
j a west comer of Call and Court Streets. 4 !
Photo at right, taken about the same time, shows one-time 4J .
Chamber of Commerce "cubby hole" office on the southeast -
d corner of courthouse grounds. ci ..
Some sentimentalists have expressed hope that the old iI

building could be saved for posterity, but so far no one .,"
has come up with a plan for financing the purchase and
doing the repair and maintenance work that would be ne- _
cessary. The Historical Society would like to utilize at
least a portion' the old building for starting a local museum -

-- but there again, no funds are available.In .
_--'t. --. the meanwhile the School Board has Instructed Its .II
attorney to proceed with the necessary legal work to put (,
the old courthouse up for sale-- possibly at auction

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Wtorial J --- BMS ---- -

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S,e JI-= >k 9,i : dGY.6::C;5',; ,; I ;.x. students when they returnedto Vore, Rosie Richardson, Guy
Tile Reapportionment Battle school August 30. This year Stalnaker, Dogan Smith Mike
the teams are made up of only Sanders, Bruce Moyers and

Currently talked of plans to reduce 40-member Senate. One senator and one grade Instead of having Maurice White.VET r..y.

House membership In the State Legis- three representatives would be elected Two some new combination subjects grade Consumer teams. r,

lature from the present 119 seats to from each district. Education and Vocational Agri NEWSIt

100or even as low as 80may be culture, have been added to the

hailed by some economy-minded taxpayers Tucker believes that Pettigrew's plan Helated Arts curriculum. The Is now possible for wives ,

but It is doubtful if it will would cause "two very adverse" effects grades on report cards will of certain active duty servicemen i Let's Garden
be based on achievement; achievement to obtain GI home loans Bigger College Bills
help the economy of Florida's small : it would take the Legislature A- r r" .l
marks will be
Increasing due to a new legislative enactment What are nematodes, how doI
counties who will be made to pay further away from the people by outstanding, B-very good, C- tell if they are killing my

the price in loss of representation If the number that each legis- good, D-poor, and F-falllng. Florida Veteran Service Dir- To Green Local ParentsParents lawn and how do I control them

such a cut is made. lator represents and it would makeit Three failures In subjects for ector M.T. Dixon said PL91-

easier for lobbyists to influence ono year will cause the stu- 584 redefines the term "vet In Bradford County area this year, as against 160 common These are questions three of ot home uie most gar-

Small county representatives! are not legislation" he believes. dent to be retained In his grade. eran for GI loan purposes". who will be sending their off In 1960. deners !-"Iorlda.Dr .
A positive discipline programhas Under this new law the term"veteran" spring' to college this fall are For those who are going to
take Itplanning l are D.W. Dickson, Dr. U.C.
been Well-behaved
already counterattaand started. now Includes the finding the cost to be higher state colleges, the median cost
the Pro Gene Shaw and Dr. V.G. Perry
Speaker Tempore students Smart, Jr. ,
can earn a principal's wife of any member of the than ever.A will be $1,293 for those residing -
reapportionment plans of House Speaker of Starke Is also among the critics honor point once a week In each Armed Forces of the United survey of more than a In the state and $1,940 Nematokxdsts with the Institute -

Richard Pettigrew of Miami and of the reduction plan and takes exception class or a total of 54 pointsIn States serving on active duty; thousand colleges and universities for non-residents, according to of Food and Agricultural of: Florida
Don :Nichols of Jacksonville chairman to the appointment of Nicholsas a nine week period. Students was officially listed for more across the countryshows the findings. Sciences, University ,
who 46 have answers to these questions
earn to 54 hon-
the committee. Shaw than ninety days as either missing that about seven out of At privatecoeducationalcolleges
chairman of
committee legislative re-
of the on which I will to In
or points during a nine weeks In action In convey you
or captured eight have Increased the median this
every their yearis
apportionment.They says the small county legislators were will\ be taken on a special field line of duty by a hostile force, rates some of them $2,672 or $200 more than this and next week's article.
led to believe that a committee would trip. A lesser number of points or, forcibly detained or In- considerably In 1970. Some charge: const) Nematodes are microscopic
have set their sights on abo- be named to work out a plan of re- will\ earn lesser rewards. It termed In the line of duty by a derably more than this and animals that live primarily In
lishing the jobs of 19 to 39 of their apportionment, carrying out the will Is hoped that by rewarding good foreign government or power. On the average, the boosts some quite a bit less. the soil Many of these eel-
behavior of students the school range from $93 for public
Dixon said, loan eligibility coeducational worm-shaped animals are
colleagues and their own seats could of the majority. "But now it appears will have fewer cases of mis- to the wife Is limited to one; colleges to $204 beneficial, however, several attack -
in the deal. there those who have been for Not Included In these amountsare
possibly be included are appointed behavior. loan and entitlement automa- private women's colleges. grasses and are commonly
to a position that are already tically terminates If not used Some have gone up even more the outlays for such necessities called plant parasites. The
The Legislature is under constitu- committed to one proposition." The BMS has eight new teachers. when official notice is received than this and some less. as and books, clothes, tran- plant parasitic nematodes must
Heading and Language Arts sportation Incidentals
tional mandate to reapportion Itself team has Mr. Weldon as a Indicating that her husband .Is The bill that Bradford County All told, to send a youngsterto feed on plant hosts and they

and it is written Into the 1968 con- new teacher. After 21 years In now classified In one of the parents will have to meet a private college Oils year often are the primary In causes
of lawns Florida
aforementioned quality -
stitutional revision thatthesenatemustdrop : that smaller House has the Air Force, he decided he categories.\ this year for tuition, fees and might cost a family as much as poor
Noting a The law provides that any other expenses will be In fact, bermudagrasses,
eight of its forty-eight seats cut- most of its support among the urban wanted felt schools to teach needed because more good he entitlement used by the wife $1.260,000 It approximately Is es- $3,500 ly-supported or more.colleee At It a will public run zovslaerasses and centipede-
its membership to forty. The will not reduce the GI loan grasses cannot be satisfactorily -
ting legislators Shaw proposes to counter- teachers and so he enrolled at timated. to about $2,100 on average.
constitution that the House entitlements to the veteran. grown In many parts of the
for member
new says attack by pushing single the University of Fla. Last
This means said Dixon, "that The facts and figures on state unless nematodes are con-
may have anywhere from 80 to 120 districts which could force a number year he Interned at BMS. He a wife might use her entitle- college enrollments and costs 'J he total cost of $1,260,000 trolled.
likes the Middle School becausehe facing Bradford County families -
members. of city legislators such as in Jacksonville" ment to purchase a GI home are based upon data compiled Since nematodes micro-
feels the students' chancesare with college-bound children -, are
and Miami, to run against each "wide open", to learn as while her husband Is In a miss by the Department of Commerce assumes that halt of the scopic and cannot be seen
Pettigrew believes that 100-mem- other for re-election. much as fast as they can. ing In action or prisoner of war the Life Insurance A- students will be going to state ''by homeowners. .dIagnosis of

ber House would be more economicaland Two other returning Interns, status. Then, when the veteranIs gency Management Association colleges and half to private' C.j: problem, not easy..

more easily managed and Nichols Thus the constitutional mandate to now teachers, are Mr. Petrella entitlement released, at he can a later also use date.his" and others ones What symptoms should a

goes a bit farther declaring that an reapportion Is shaping up into a monu- and Miss Lindsey. Mr. Petrella They show that the number It Is not only the studentsand home gardener look for whena
teaches P.E. because he Applicants for such benefits
80-member I would be even better. mental task and many heads will be likes to work with children. may be made at any office of of college students has been their families who are feelIng nematode problem Is suspected -

bloodied before a solution is reached. Born In Detroit, he was In service the Veteran County Service Office rising sharply In the last few the financial lnch. The !

The small county Representatives! History tells us that no Florida Legis- for 8 years before enter- an office of the Veterans years More than 8 millionare colleges themselves are hard- First,, observe the above

are girding their loins for an all-out lature has ever been able or was Ing college and graduating from Administration or by writing pared expected with 2.9 this million fall, com- pressed for funds because of ground portion of the turf. The

battle and have vowed to have, a say willing to reapportion Itself within the the University of Fla. Me has Dixon at Post Office Box 1437, There will be close In to 1960.450 their own skyrocketing costs. grass leaves may appear off-
Some in fact have had
in the all-important legislative re- strict confines of the Constitution even competed and In football, basketball .- St. Petersburg. In the contingent from the local close their doors. colored, usually yellowed, stun-
baseball. His
ambition ted and dying back.
apportionment committee. In fact, a with an increase in size. Trying to Is to be a coach of his

group of small county Representatives reduce the size naturally compounds own high school football team. The turf will usually be thin

has been meeting since midway in the the problem.The Born in Idaho and raised In and In an unthrifty state of
1971 session to plan their strategy. Utah, Miss Lindley taught art growth. The grass often appears -
at Starke and Lawtey Elementary to be suffering from lack
small county legislators will be Schools after Interning at of fertilizer or water and will\ ''
Representative Don Tucker of Tal- fighting for their last vestige of representation BMS last fall. Returning to not respond to applications of

lahassee plans to propose adding one in the Legislature and-- teach art here, she says she either of these two essentials.

House member to make the total 120 although the odds now seem against won't be too strict with her : Second, the roots of the grass

seatsthe maximum allowed by the them-- for the good of our non-urban classes. Sewing, painting and should be carefully examinedfor

new Constitution. This would make the counties of which there are many-- cooking are her hobbles. signs of abnormal growth.
times the Two other new teachers In \tt The parasitic nematodes attack -
House three as large as
wish them
we success.
Related Arts are Miss Win 1 e the root system, feedingon
ters and Mr. Oampler. Miss the young roots, and often
I The Lindsay RecordMayor Winters !Is from Milan, Tenn. causing severe stunting of the
She teaches Consumer Edu- 1 entire root system. Affected

cation and likes BMS. Her hob- roots'appear shriveled, black-
John V. Lindsay exLiberaland ure as Mayor Lindsay's administration bles are horticulture, sewing ened and stubby and there gen-

former Republican now a newly has been plagued by scandal. Ills swimming archery and ten- nn erally will be an absence of
turned "Democrat"-- apparently has personal aide James L. Marcus was nis. ;One of the most excitingthings white feeder roots. Unaffected

both eyes focused on the White Housein made Commissioner of Water Supply Is to live Miss with Winters seven has other done oped plants root have deep, well-devel and healthly
1972. but soon thereafter Marcus was arrested girls for a week In a Home I looking white feeder roots.-
with four others on Federal Management House at college

Ills conversion on August 11 from charges of taking kick-backs on a where they learned to care for Since nematodes reduce

insurgent Republican to opportunistic New York City contract to clean a and run a home. roots, turf cannot obtain sufficient -
Mr. Dampler came to teach 4 water and fertilizer elements
Democrat, came just in time to put reservoir. He pleaded guilty. at BMS after teaching Voca- ( It slowly declines, yel--

him into the growing pack of Demo- tional Agriculture for two years -. lows and becomes thin. The

cratic hopefuls for the Presidency. In Melrose and four years at c----- weak turf Is easily Invaded by
Welfare costs under Lindsay have the Vo-Tech School. A mem- .I a .rM weeds.
astronomically so that they ber of the national Guard he -
It Is interesting to speculate what grown likes the Middle School becausehe All of our common lawngras-
will happen if -- like most candidates- are now. more than one-quarter likes to work with Its students see are affected by nematodes.
the New York City budget. This results and teachers. Jaycees Kick Off County Bahiagrasses appear to be least
Mayor Lindsay: attempts to on
from the highly permissive attitude -
his record." Mrs. Stanwlx-IIay and Mrs. affected. Also, there are many
of the Mayor toward welfare Buchholz are new math teach- Fibrosis different types of nematodes
recipients.In ers. Mrs. Stanwlx-IIay previously Cystic CampaignThe which parasitize these grasses.
Since he took office in 1966 New taught at Brooker. She Geneally two or more types

York has suffered a steady and spec- has a son who Is 10 monthsold. are found In lawns and in many

tacular increase in strikes among mu- 1969 New York City reported When asked about her hobbles helped Starke kick Jaycees off the this Bradford week cee member. bents but all patients with lung cases seven or eight types maybe

nicipal employees crime that threat- 1,105 murders; 61,212 robberies; 196- hobbles, she replied.revolve "All around of my County Cystic Fibrosis Campaign damaging September diseases.Is the month set present In a single lawn.
Cystic Fibrosis Is
ens to make the area unlnhablltable 432 burglaries; and 99,472 automobile eon." She loves animals, especially my- by presenting campaign disease. Approximately a genetic one In aside each year for the "Breath This difficult makes nematode controla

trash-laden streets pornographic displays thefts.Is collie dogs. Agraduate chairman Mrs. Harold Waters every 1,500 newborns has It of Life"campaign and the urao- be problem since one
that cause non-New Yorkersto of the University of Fla., she with a check for $35. The sweat glands of Cystic ford County campaign Is part another may easily killed while

gasp a decline in population along Is working on her Master' Fibrosis patients prlduce unusually of that effort.Class difficult type to might be extremely -
with enormous increases in ? WouldIt Degree and plans to make teach- Making the presentation on salty sweat, while other -
budgetsand this any way to run a city
ing her career Monday were Elzie Sanders,
taxes scandal within the city be any way to run a nation? Mrs. Buchholz Is also a Florida president of the Starke Jaycees and glands produce function an Improperly abnormal- Of 1961 Chemical control of nematodes -
will be
government Itself that is rife and graduate, although she also Danny Brown, chairmanof thick mucas. This mucus clogs week's covered In next

never-ending and a loss of moralein No one, apparently Is happy about attended FSU. She has a little the Jaycee Cystic Fibrosis the airways of the lungs causing Plans ReunionAt article.

the police department.From Mayor Lindsay joining up with the girl two years old. This Is her Committee, and Dale Brown, breathing difficulties and
Democrats except the Republicans.! first teaching Job and Mrs. secretary-treasurer of the Jay- Infection that may permanently HomecomingThe Smoker Sayit"H
Buchholz says that she
damage the
the earliest days of his ten- Our loss Is their gain. BMS and its students very much. cees.Mrs. lungs. Nowov y'tF
Bradford High School t r ?
Sewing' is her hobby. Water's daughter The OLK5 '
muses also Interfereswith Class of 1961 Is planning a reunion -
Mr. Alvarez is a new special Lynne a third grade studentat digestion by preventingthe at homecoming this football

r---------------- education teacher. He was born Hampton Elementary School flow of enzymes from the season, the tenth anniversary -
in Cuba so he has an accent. Is presently Bradford County'sonly
pancreas Into the small In- of their graduation
I The Bradford County He likes BMS and Its students know case of Cystic FI- testine.

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED t too. Mr.Alvarez's favorite hobbles brosli. Lynne Is serving as Patients are Identified All Interested '61 grads are y
are playing the guitar poster child for the Bradford through persistent coughs, rapid asked to contact one of the following ouln
1879 : playing chess and eating Spanish Camp.//a'n. breathing,wheezing and Inability four persons for infor-
food. He +*
and his wife are T'
i iE expecting their to gain weight. mation: Margaret Pyal Brooker DIRE '
first child
I L. MATTHEWS.aoh 1:..........bUet t (heBiu.I This year's student reporters soon The Starke Jaycees are also To date, the 116 Cystic Fibrosis phone, Starke.485-2701 964.6930Joann; Dewey; McKInney $afEiy tctr

I hWJIJM4 Tkanday M4 e Ure4 m teeth for BMS News are all eighth helping Mrs. Waters by pro centers around the country Fussell, Brooker 485-4513, or
t graders who had to write a viding the manpower to distribute which associated with the Starke
Goa Matter at the VM Office at SUrte, FfafUaAet are Linda Wise. 9645468.
I couple of short newspaper items campaign! posters and National Cystic Fibrosis Research
.adu. ef Much IrsV UTt.U .
t You shall love your neigh to be selected for the literature around Starke. Donations Association have diagnosed Friends and relatives are
I /ebarle/loa frrte MMI 1 jrt.r. .....; OrnfaU yourself.Matt.( staff. The reporter will rotateso to the campaign: may 12,000 patients with the asked to assist In contacting .

trad ..... 1 ,..... .*... t 122:39)). that different students will be made to t the Community State disease. The association not members of the class, says to. ," "" "',
L_____ ______ ____ write the column each week.' Bank of Starke or to any Jay only treats Fibrosis .
Cystic pa- Mrs Dyal. .- awful old! fire ......'.N..I.
PaR'f.l0' TcI"rtrb err. If 1971

----- -- -- ---- LEGALSIn Ag Advisor Social
-- -- --------. -- --- a- Security -- ------
SPeaks To

Social Security benefits were trating the broad family pro-
The Circuit Court of Flo- NOTICE In The Court CALL FOR BIDS dvibulSTwentynve being paid to residents of Bradford tection that the social security the mother's care.
rida, Eighth Judicial Circuit of the County county at a rate of $176- program provides work- Fisher said that another relatively -
Mrs Doris M. Miller has Judge In and for Bradford The Bradford County Boardof
In And For Bradford County made Application to the Brad- Public Instruction will accept Civltans heard 000 a month at the close of ers of all ages. A numberare small but significant
Florida ford County Zoning Board for County, Florida. bids until 10:00 A.M. October Bradford County Ag teacher 1970, William Fisher, social children of retired, disabled group of youthful social security
Case No.Division. In Re: Estate of Amos David Smith discuss the beneficiaries are those
reunification of the property Wil 5, 1971 at the School econ- security representative for this or deceased workers who
described below from EA to Rams, Deceased Administration Building, North omic Impact of agriculture In county said today. became disabled before they who are receiving benefits as
Peggy Ellen Payne, Individual Temple Avenue, Starke Flo- Bradford County Of the social security beneficiaries reached 18 and who will probably disabled workers. Social sec-
ly and as Executrix of the Estate OR.2-A In Sec. 10-6S-22E COM NOTICE OF FINAL RRPORT rida for the following ,items During the meeting, Smith living In Bradford never be able to work and urity disability payments Can
of Pearl Payne Haertle. 200' W of NE Cor, of W 1/2 AND APPLICATION FOR DIS- VT-73 Engine, Ford, 6 cyl-: told the Civltans that Florida's county, 1088 are retired work- become self-supixirtlng. '(Tie be paid to a person who becomes
deceased Plaintiff, -vs- of SE 1/4 of NW /t i Run CHARGE.TO inder, 1963 Income surpassed revenue derived ers and their dependents. Ano- monthly benefits of these young disabled for work If
Charles Cohen, et al.. Defendants S517.4': for POB Cont S170' W ALL WHOM ITMAY CON- VT-74 Engine, Ford 6 cyl- from tourist and that the ther 537 are receiving benefits people, severely handicappedby he has less than 5 years of
419' to E R/W of St Rd 200N CERN: inder, 1959 revenue In Bradford County as the survivors of work- physical or mental disabilities work under social security. As
NOTICE OF SUIT along Road 170', E 406.75 Notice Is given that lUrE- VT-75 Engine, Rambler, 6 alone In 1969 was more than ers who have died and 304 will continue indefi- little as I 1/2 years of workIs
TO QUIET TITLE FOB Ex R/W. LMENIA BROOKS, as Executrix cylinder 1959 93.3 million dollars. are getting benefits as disa- nitely. Benefits are also pay- required in the case of a
To the Defendants: Charles This change In classification of the above styled VT-76 Engine Plymouth 6 Smith stated that the employees bled workers or their depen- able to their mothers It the worker who becomes disabled
Cohen and-Cohen,his wife; Is subject to a public hearing estate, has completed her administration cylinder. 1960 In farm production was dents. disabled son or daughter Is In before age 24, he concluded.
William Curry and Euphenla to be held on Tuesday Sept- and filed in this VT-77 Engine Plymouth 1. 6 equal In number to those em- Fisher pointed out that although -
Curry, his wife; Sigmund Kosenhetm ember 28th at 7:30: p.m. In the court her final report and application cylinder, 1960 ployed In 1940, but with the : most social security
and -. Rosenhelm. County Commission room at for Bids should be sealed and new farming methods Produc- beneficiaries are older people,
his wife; Michael Wade and the Bradford County Court tions. marked "Bids for Engines". tion keeps up with the demand. about one out of every four is
Wade, his wife; W.H. House at which time all persons mod with this court. After fil For additional information call October the Clvltans will again under age 60. In Florida 213- NEW HOMESON
Wright and Wright his Interested shall be heard ing proof of publication showing 964-6150 or 964-6800. The engines sell Halloween candy with 000 people under age 60 are
wife; J.B. Zeal], J.C. Bolster for or against the proposal, that notice has been publishedonce may be Inspected at the all profits used for hemophl- collecting social security pay-
J.T. Kings, Sr., and Mary as specified In the Zoning a week for four consecutive Bradford-Union Area Vocation lac patients.The ments each month. Nearly 118-
1. king, as the surviving directors Code of Bradford County. weeks, the ordering of die-' al-Technical Center. 000 are under age 18, receiving OUR LOT OR YOURS
and trustees of the John Torode Chairman trlbution of the estate and the Itchg 916NOTICE term 'undcrpriviN-Kt'u" payments because a working
Brooklyn Land Company a dissolved Bradford County Zoning final discharge of WILJtE- Is either heard or rend several father or mother has died or Is
Board. LMENIA OF BI-RACIAL getting social security disability We Specialize In
corporation: J.D. BROOKS as Execu times everywhere and it IM :
Thompson and Louisa 'Thompson 9/3 2t 9/10 trix will come before this court ADULT COMMITTEEThe obviously used to make half benefits. Most of the 19-
his wife; I.N. Cable and Wlihelmenla Brooks, following Is an extract the population feel terribly! 000 beneficiaries In Florida
Emma As Executrix from the minutes of the April 18 and 22 of
Cable, his wife; J.S. ashamed of between years age, Federal
themselves!' for Housing
6, 1971 of the Brad- benefits
Crlner and I.M. Griner, his NOTICEMr. meeting are getting students'
wife J.H. ford County Board of Public making an honest living and under provision in the social
; Lawrence and J. Woodrow Crlffls has John F. Roscow, m a 235 Program
Belle Lawrence his wife; E. made Application to the Brad- Scruggs, Carmichael, Tomllnson Instruction: not sharing it with the other security law permitting Uie con
A, Smith and Desta H. Smith, ford County Zoning Board for Roscow & PridgeonP.O. By motion of S.D. Goodman half who are already HO busy tinuation of a child's benefits
his wife; Jessie! T. Stewart reclassification of the property Drawer "C" seconded by II.A. Lawson, the sponging off their neighbors beyound his 18th birthday, and Farmers> : Ihohet1II1111LStratloll
> a widow and only heir at law described below from Exclusive Gainesville, Florida 32601 Board accepted the recom- they don't have the time to up to age 22, if the child Is ",
of H.J Stewart, deceased; if Ag. to MP (Mfg. & Ind.) Sect. mendation of the student biracial seek employment. attending school full time.
(, alive or if dead to his or her 10 Twp 6S Rge 22 East out of 8/26 4t 9/16 committee and appointed Also in this 18-2? age group,
unknown heirs, devisees legatees Parcel No. 2094-001 the following members to CALL FOR BIDS Fisher said, are some other Conventional Loans
or grantees, and all other This change In classification the adult bl-raclal committee: Sealed bid proposals will be types of toneflctaries. illus-
persons or parties claiming Is subject to a public hearingto In The Eighth Judicial Cir- Mrs. Shirley Reddish, Mrs. received by the Board of County -
by, through, under or against be held on Tuesday Sept. 28, cuit Court of Florida In And Sue Wlnkler! Mr. Fred Brown- Commissioners of Bradford e e For Quality Homes Cull
them; And to: All parties or 1971 at 7:30: P.M. In the County For Bradford County.In Ing, Mr. Joe Cissy Mr.George County, Florida, until 10:00: A.
persons having or claiming any Commission room at the Brad Re: Petition of ALICE Pierce, Mr. Dolph Reddish M. on October 4, 1971 for fur- The. accepted. ) distress, sign
right title or Interest in and ford County Court House at MARIE VALDE2!, a mlfor Rev. John Strickland, Mrs. nishing One Crawler Tractorto for motorittt stalled along a
to the property described as which time all persons Inter- by her Grandmother and Next Maurice White, Mrs. Olivia be used by the Bradford highway i 1.1 to ram. (the hood
follows Scott, Rev. Leroy Davis; Mr. As a hit of redundancy il Crown Builders
: ested shall be heard for or Friend, ALICE GURTHIE. County Mosquito Control In
Jessie might also be a good idea ioeerry
J. Moore, Jr., Mr. John
PARCEL I against the proposal, as specified CIVIL ACTION CASE NO 1163 sanitary landfill operations.
To reach the starting point In the Zoning Code of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Snell, Mr. Willie Brown Rev. Specifications may be secured a sign that tayi! "Help1!

commence at the S.E. corner Bradford County. APPLY FOR CHANGE OF Daniel Bright from the Clerk of The Circuit I can't find (the latch on the 964-8337
of the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 John Torode, Chairman NAME. Bradford County Boardof Court, Bradford County hood."
of Section 13, Township 8South, Bradford County Zoning To: JOHNNY VALDEZ and Public Instruction Courthouse, Starke, Florida *
Range 22 East, Bradford County Board others who may have objec By R.P. Hall, ChairmanIt 9/16 3t 9/30
Florida; run West 330 feet; 9/9 2tp 9/16 tions.
thence run North 612 feet to You are hereby notified t1at!

a point which Is the starting NOTICEMr. the above-named Petitioner,
point thence continue North 388
Paul H. Waging has made
feet thence West 312 feet
; run
residence address is 434 Polk
Application to the
((269' 43') thence South
plus run County Zoning Board for reclassification Street, In the City of Starke,
08 degrees 43' East to an Iron of the property Bradford County, Florida, intends STARKE'S:
located in Sliver Lake
described below from EA to to apply to the Honor-
142.1 feet more or less distant able George L. Patten Circuit
from the N.E. corner of BA (Service Station).Being250' LOWEST
South at his office in the
being Grad- Judge
sq. Gentry
Lot 7, Block "C", of Mt. Plea
ed Road and East of Hwy 16 Bradford County Courthouse in
sant subdivision (plat thereof
being recorded In Plat Book In Section 8, Twp. 6S. Rge 22 Starke, Florida at 2:00: p.m. FOOD
East out of That portion of on October, 22. 1971 or as soon
45 Bradford County
page nl/2 of SW 1/4 NW thereafter petitioner be
of 1/4 Ly as can
) !
Public Records thence from PRICES
; ing East of St. Rd. 16. heard for an order changing FOOD FAIR
the Iron pipe run 263 feet ((220'
This in Petitioner's from ALICE QUALITY
change classification
name .
plus 43') East to the pointof 320 S. WALNUT ST.COMPARE .
is subject to a public hear MARIE VALDEZ to ALICE
beginning.PARCEL n ing to be held on Tuesday Sep MARIE GURTIIIE, by Which GSADID SUPERMARKETS
tember 28th at 7:30: PM in the name Petitioner shall there-
Starting at corner of
County Commission after be known. U.S. CHOICE
1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 13, room at the
Bradford Court WITNESS hand and the
County House my
Township 8 South, Range 22
at which time all persons interested seal of the Court at Starke
East, of Bradford County, Flo-
shall be heard for or Florida this 18th day of Aug "' I
ter rida,section run West line along between the quar-the against the proposal, as specified ust, 1971. :m" : CENTER CUTSIRLOIN j FRESH

SW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 of said Bradford In County the Zoning Code of Gilbert S. Brown Miracle WhipStrawberry lAt., .....-. n" ,u 59 ; I
section 330 feet to
a point; John Torode, Chairman Clerk of the Circuit Court Preserves 'irrSunaid ; ::; 59c
thence South parallel to the
Bradford County Zoning By: Barbara M.;Moody i OR BONELESS FULL CUT ROUNDSTEAKS FRYERS
East line of said quarter sec- '
Board Deputy-Clerk Grape Jelly 49c
tion 320 feet to a point whichIs I I
the point of beginning; thence 9/9 2tp 9/16 9/2 4 t 923NOTICE Sunaid Apple Jelly .u 39c i FLORIDA GRADI 'A' MUM
continue South 1000 feet thencerun
East 10 feet; thence; run In The Circuit Court Of The Suave Shampoo ;.11It: .NO',:O...INO. 2/S1/ I m n uWHOLE

North 482 feet;thence run North Eighth Judicial Circuit of Flo- OF APPLICATIONFOR Suave Hair H.'. N..o 'O 49c 1 2 9
Spray : ::.:; $119
38 degrees 36 minutes 38 sec- rida In And For Bradford County. TAX DEED I

onds East a distance of 179 Case # 1179. Sec. 194.16, F.S. Hair SprayMKYDAYLOW,Y1'to..o::,.Os:X10 49c cr :D :2 PER BAG LB

feet; thence run North SO degrees In Re: The Marriage of GeraldL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ______ i
4 minutes 4 seconds Easta I
Croff, Husband, and EdnaD. THAT George Ricks the holderof
distance of 271.84 feet to Sheppard Croff. Wire the following certificates has ftiCl11 fVIMOM 1 LOW MCf IT VWDAY LOW fUCt11WITDLOWfllCf1,1 fVfmAT IOHT fUCHi

the East: line of the SW 1/4 NOTICE OF SUIT filed said certificates for a tax LNI
of said Section 13; thence run TO: Gerald L. Croff, P.O. Box deed to be issued thereon. The UAM TINM* w 304 10. FARMlftORAY Iws
North along said quarter sec- 666, Youngstown, Florida certificate numbers and yearsof LIAM M1ATY CHUCK STEW
tion line 200 feet; thence run YOU ARE HEREBY notified Issuance, the description of
West 330 feet back to point of that an action for dissolutionof the property, and the names In BUTTS
beginning.The marriage has been filed against which It was assessed are as
above described two par- you and you are required follows:
cels of land are also describedas to serve a copy of your Certificate No.: 5 3 IISA /
Including all of that part of written defenses. if any, to it Year of Issuance 1967 OVER
the Northeast Quarter (NEI4)of on Eugene: F. Shaw, Attorney Description of Property COM F t lilt
the Southwest Quarter (SW- for Wife, whose address is AT NW COR OF SW 1/4 of SW "
1/4) of Section Thirteen ((13). 142 West Call Street, Starke, 1/4 & RUN E 610 FT, S. 110 COMPARE ..:... : Pantry 1 BROWN FRESH
Township Eight (South, Range Florida, and file the orlgianl FT FOR FOB, RUN W 50 FT, I SlALID IN BAKED
Twenty-two ((22)East, lying between with the Clerk of the above- S. 100 FT, N 100 FT TO FOB Libby DrinksSouthland uoN.oi'e. : i-iii: 9/99c/ I Pd 'ORFAUHNISSI i PARTY '
Silver Lake on the West styled Court on or before Sep- Name In whlcn assessed H.L. i FLAKE N SERVEROLLS
and Bolt Lake the East, Greens ,, : o 6/99c/ ,
on tember 30. 1971; otherwise a HartleyAll
and South of a line 320 feet be of said C 0 F F E E I x
judgment may entered against property being in French Fries ""' '0. "' 29c ;
South of the North line of the you for the relief demanded the County of BRADFORD,Stateof .. QCJ!
Northeast Quarter (NEI/4)) of In the Petition. Florida. Frozen Hash Browns : :.:." 3/S1/ I I
I the Southwest Quarter (SW1/4X) WITNESS my hand and the Unless such certificate or
less that particular parcel of seal of said Court on 2nd Sept. certificates shall be redeemed Frozen FrenBreaded h Fries 'e"'. 3/29c/ LB c I

real Haertle property and conveyed Pearl Haertle by EarlA 1971.Gilbert S, Brown ,described according in to law such the certificateor property Shrimp! ..o .".:.:','::".. S149 ; BAG rti'!,; :'':'!::.J,j 59 ; PKG 3$1

his wife, to Joseph S. DaurerI As Clerk of Said Court 4< certificates will be sold to Breaded Shrimp ,: .t:': O :'''' Sp9 I 1 OF 12
and Rosemary B. Dourer his By: Beulah M. Moody 1 the| highest bidder at the court 1 1yaa.Yj
wife, by Warranty bead As Deputy Clerk ,
I dated June 19, 1959 and recorded 9/9 4t 9/30 !in house Month"Qf door on October the first, 1971 Monday, which mirDjr tow' man tmwriow. men l mimr tow mem mtrojr uw man tmmM tow mat

June 30, 1959. In Official ___ i is the' 4th day of October, 1971,
Record Book 5, page 343 In The Circuit Court of Flo- Dated this 19th day of August 1_ 'J ITAM IMFOCTID far u MANY ROUS
of the Public Records of Brad- Judicial Circuit, 1 1971.)
rida Eighth IF..IK *M >* >MMM LUNCH 'K'' BOUNTY
ford County, Florida; and less In And For Bradford County. Gilbert S. Brown CORN ORSSi" MACARONI or _
that particular parcel of real Civil Action. Case #-. Clerk of Circuit Court of .
property conveyed by Fred A. of Linda 1 Bradford BEANS: LOAF_ TOWELS
In Re: The Marriage County, Florida SAUCE
_ _
Haertle and Arlene Haertle, his
Ann Wife And Ronald

t: wife, to Deed E.L.dated Tucker July by 19, Warranty 1965 Raymond Barrosse NOTICE Barrosse OF,SUIT Husband 9/2 4t 923NOTICE _J_ M r.2 NL ?A I

1 and recorded July 26, 1965, in To: Ronald Raymond Bar OF APPLICATIONFOR
l'' Official Record Book 51, page rosse, 2053 Glencoe Way, Hollywood TAX DEED '
205 of the Public Records of California NOTICE IS HEREBY given, U.S. NO. 1 I{ SWEET LUSCIOUS _
i. Bradford County, Florida, this YOU ARE HEREBY notified that Earl Prevatt the holder of I I .
property all lying and being that an action for dissolution of the following certificates has : '
t in Bradford County, Florida. marriage has been filed againstyou flied said certificates for a DELICIOUSADDI WHITE ; JUMBO

,. You, and each of you, are and you are required to tax deed to be Issued thereon.
notified that a suit to quiet serve a copy of your written The certificate numbers and
l title to the above-described defenses, if any, to it on Elzle years of Issuance, the description POTATOES HONEYDEWS
property has been filed against S. Sanders, Attorney for Petitioner of the property, and the EC
;t d you and you are required to whose address Is 138 names in which It was assessedare
f serve a copy of your answer West Call Street, Starke Flo- as follows: 10
j, to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs rida, and file the original with Certificate\; 20, Year uf 49ci849c i
'{ attorney, James E. Clay the Clerk of the above-styled Issuance 1968. Description of
, ton, of Clayton, Duncan, Johnston Court on or before October 11, Property N 66,66' of half block LB BULK I
T Clayton, Quincey, Ireland 1971; otherwise a judgment may 6 In Lawtey W. of Ry 4LB43I [
., & Felder. Post Office Box 1090, be entered against you for the Name In which assessed Clifton | fllSHII ONOI tU. IMI ,IFAUAN UN 1tDRIMK
\ Gainesville Florida 32601, and relief demanded in the Petitionfor N. Prevatt. IJGIH 551PLUMSSONUS 17
.. file the original in the office Dissolution of Marriage. All of said property being In LI
' of the Clerk of the Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and the the County; of Bradford, State fUM<;HiiIj !
( on or before October 14, 1971. seal of said Court on this 1st of Florida. BUY

otherwise the allegations of the day of September 1971. Unless such certificate or _ _ _ 1 _; NOe NC* '. .1 _ _
! Complaint will be taken as con- Gilbert S. Brown Clerk certificates shall be redeemed YELLOW
fessed. M. Moody according to law the property CORN '
"/ This notice shall be published Deputy Clerk described in such certificate I

" once each week for four consecutive 99A4tchg or certificates will be sold to 6<.
I weeks In the Bradford 9/20 the highest bidder at the court '
t County Telegraph.) house door on the first Mon-
day in Monday In November. -- - rIRYBli (Ow iufflIse.

The lady In the second 1911, which Is the 1st day ot .0. f ..
.., .".'.
(Circuit Court Seal) house from the corner is reluctant November, 1971. g-------mr ICIO 1 ;
r. Clerk Circuit Court in pan on her favorite Dated this 10th day of Sep TOTAL SPANISH
Bradford County, FloridaBy The her favorite tember, 1971Gilbert
recipe. roan Jt's .. CEREAL' / BAR CAKE
Beulah M. MoodyDgpup' li this it's to bad the S, Brown i o M",.. N.oN see 0.../. f f -.OO aNf .oN .. ,
Clerk family winds up going out to Clerk of Circuit Court of res.. .(.All...0.4,I'OMt" .tMU | I !I0!! *.*.*'*.** 'l0: *'*.'=* .. ia 43c .

99'4t 9/30 dinner. Bradford County, Florida L_ .:: .::.:.____ -l .. ';':.:::' __ __ J
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Services Held] Held "

Services Held Saturday For Sunday For '

Sat Sept 11 Mr. Addison Mrs. GilliardMrs. t TT : t "

Everett II. Prescott. 89, of Raymond M. Addison! 58. Melvina M. Cllllard
StarkeL died In a Starke ho.- Gainesville died Thursday. 85, of Hampton died Thurs-
pital Thursday night, Sept. 9, Sept. 9, In a Gainesville hospital day morning Sept. 9. In a
following an extended Illness. following an extended IU- Macclenny. nursing home following
ness. an extended Illness. .
Born In Lowell M.... September Born In Bradford County.; n* Born August 9, 1886 In Green HOLINESS
9. 1882 Mr. Prescott was a retired farmer and a Cove Springs Mrs. Cllllard CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF GOD FIRST PRESBYTERIAN JORDAN MISSIONARY CHURCH OF CHRIST

was a retired electrical en- member of the Pine Level. Baptist was a member of the Baptist Sunday. CHURCH School 9i45 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke.Sunday Sunday School 9:43: ..m. BAPTIST MISSION AT MELROSE
gineer. He had been a resident Church. church. sun. School 10 a.m. Morning Morning Worship. 11 a.m.YOU1tFeUship U.S. 301 North behind Tutee -
of Starke for the post 20 years. Survivors Include: Ms wife: Survivors include five daughters Monrins Worship 11 sun. Youth Worship 11 aun. Sunday II p.m.Choir Prac\ Free Drive In, Sunday Schedule of Services: "
Mrs. Irene Padgett Addison of Mrs. Nettle Smith of Palm Service: 6:00: pion.Evening Worship Eretdiv. 7 p.m. Youth Night. tice Wednesday 8 p.m. School 10 aun. Worship Service Sunday Bible Study 10:00:

Surviving I. his wife Mrs. Gainesville; three daughters: City., Mrs. Ellen Rice of Starke. 7 p.m.Thrsd.3'. Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer aun. Morning Worship 11:00: a.
Floss Turner Prescott of Mrs. Betty Ferguson Gainesville Mrs. Daisy Fort of Hampton. night Prayer Meet Meeting Friday 7:30: pun. Service: 7:30: p.m. Wednes m. Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.
Starke. Mrs. Yvonne Foster of Mrs. Agnes Johns of Melrose 7:90 p.m. --Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH day. All other Evenings-8:00p.m.:
Alachua and Mrs. Janice Wal and Miss Augusta Gilliard of Ivy Luke Pastor -Leroy OUve. pastor E.L. HAMPTON CHRJ'l1A,1'1CHURt1I : ,'

Services were from Jones do of Fairbanks; five sons: Hampton; one son William H. SMYRNA MISSIONARY! Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Crtffls, associate pastor.
Memorial Chapel In Starke Sat- W.M., Donald and Butch: Addlson Gllllard of Port Salermo; one BAPTIST CHURCH KINCSLEY LAKE BAPTIST Worship, n.Training Union, Sunday School 10 s.m. MornIng -
and sister Mrs. Bosh Girton of
urday Sept. 11, with Rev. John all of Jacksonville both St. Petersburg plus II grandchildren as W. Pratt St. Sunday Services Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 8:30.: Evening Worship, 730. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH WoMhlp 11 aun. Evening
and Addison
M. Flynn officiating.: Burial was Larry Leroy 10& Worship, -James Shaw,
of Gainesville three brothers: and 19 great grand : Sunday School. a.m. Union 10:13 a.m.; Morning Worship LeRoy Dalrymple. Pastor. BROOKER pas.
In Crosby Lake Cemetery Jones under Britten and Albert; Addlson both children. freechlD*. II a.m. Training U- II a.m.t; Evening Worship! Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship tor.
of DeWltt
Funeral Home. of Jacksonville Walter Addison Services were held Sunday 5:45 p.m. Evening Wor- 730! p.m.i; Prayer Meeting 7:30: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Services, 11 a.m. and 7
of Melrose; five sisters: Sept. 12, at Jones Memorial ship, 7 jun.Everyone welcome. Wednesday. Sunday School 10 aun. Mora- P.m. Training( Union 6 p.m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH "
Mrs. MaUls Peeler. Mrs.Mary Chapel In Starke with Rev.Lacy Wilbur 1>7e1.. pastor. Pastor Rev. Robert West. lair Worship. 11 a.m.; Evening Rev. Lacy Conway Pastor. BROOKER FLA. .'

Dissent, Mrs. Leona Johnson Conway officiating. Burial was Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday
If. I" ; and Mrs. Myrtle Dyes all of In the family plot In Hope Cemetery CHURCH OF GOD NEW RIVER BAPTIST Meeting 7:30: pun. Wednesday. GRAHAM BAPTIST; CHURCH School 10 a.m. Ron Bristol -
L Jacksonville and Mrs. Ida under direction of De- OF PROPHECY. BROOKER 10 -Rev. J.C. Saunders pester Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Superintendent.Training
Sunday School MornIng
@ Stokes of Milliard, plus 21 Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. Sunday School. 10 ajn. Morning Worship, II a.m.a.m.Training- Worship, II a.m. and 7 nlon 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas.
11 YoungPwvrfe's MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Director. Worship Services, 11
grandchildren and two great Worship, ajn.
,A., 1IRU ThE grandchildren. THANKS Service 6 p.m. Union 8 7 P.m.Wednesday Evening Night Worship Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday P.m.Rev.. John Ross, pastor. a.m.. 7:30.: LavemOutlaw, music .
CARD OF p.m.
\ nrn Nh7 Services were from the Evangelistic Service 7 p.m. School. II a.m. Morning Worship director.
:.t The family of J.L. (JImmie) service : p.m. Everyone
: graveside In Dyal Cemetery Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Training Union
welcome.L.L. .'
:: : wishes to their
Saturday afternoon Sept. 11, Gentry express 7:30 p.m. Come and worship 7 p.m. Evening Worship. HEILBRONN! BAP1ST
.m and sincere Parker pastor. 125, Northwest of '
deepest appreciation
with Rev. John Strickland officiating. with us.Rev.. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Ser- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N.
for the Lawtey. Sunday School 10 san.Morning .
Burial was under direction many Bobby Harris, pastr vices. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
"- telegrams, flowers food and PINE LEVEL BAPTIST -Rev. Bob Cooper. Pastor Worship 11:15.: -
) \ of DeWltt C. Jones 7:30 Morning Worship, II. Training
Night Service.
condolences and every act of GREATER BETHLEHEM : p.m.
School 10
Sunday a.m. Union 6:30 Evening Ser
,. Home. kindness shown during the Illness FREE Wednesday Prayer Meeting : p.m.
I&.r Wn.LBAP'mTaIURar
Morning Worship II aun. Pre- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
& ,-,' and death of our beloved Cor. Ash Si Chestnut Sunday Services (Booster Band Young 7:30: p.m. Rev. Albert Knight,
Sunday School 9:45: ..m.1; Service 7:30.:
husband and father. Special School 9:30: : Morning People and Prayer Service), 6 pastor.
: Morning Worship 11 a.m.Even- -Rev. L. Tommy Howe.
m mmmww mmmmmwm S.
thanks to Dr. A.J. Barry for tit League pjntNlgT.tServlcV
!! p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Ing Worship 7 p.m. Wed. Prayer pastor.
his wonderful .services and the 6 p.m. -- Kiev.( Jasper Williams Midweek Service Wednesday. Meeting and Bible; Study 7 LAURA BAPFIST CHURCH

Bayless Highway staff of Bradford County Hos Pastor. 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland P.m. Study on Book of Psalms. Sunday. School, 9:45: a.m.;.
pital. Also Rev. W.H. Hogan. Pastor. G.F. Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Morning Worship, II a.m.Even CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF
May God: bless each and every FIRST UNITED METHODIST Welcome. lag Worship, 7:30: p.m. Midweek LATTER DAY SAINTS
of Eva R. Gentryand Bible 1404 E. Dissent Road
Baptist ChurchSTARKE one you. STARKE HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Study Wednesday,
family. Sunday School. 9:45: ;' Morning (Highway 100 at Theressa) 7:30: p.m.Be Sunday Priesthood. 8:30: a.
In m. Sunday Sch" "l. 10 Sac-
Worship, II; Junior and Senior Sunday School- a.m. MornIng FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday. a.m.
MYF groups 6 p.m. 11 TrainIng Frank Jarvis rarnehl; 6 p.m.
Worship a.m. Sunday Service:Sunday School pastor.ST. .
FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS Youth Monday Mia 7:30
Choir Re
Wednesday p.m.
Union 6:30 EvenIng
p.m. -
; 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,
To my many friends who sent 'hearsal. 7p.m. Prayer Meeting Worship 7:15: P.m. 10:45: a.m. Evening Service. 7:15: Tuesday Primary 4:30 p.m.
flowers cards and notes of 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Night Prayer Services p.m. Youth Group Meeting Sun- MARY'S CATHOLIC Wednesday Relief Society;
duringmy 7:30
prayer for my recovery 745.; 7:30 Rev. Merle MACCLENNY p.m.
: p.m.
recent Illness, I want to day 6:30: p.m. Jesse D, Branson Branch
DeWltt T. F.rabee. Jr.
REVIVALGood of expressing Packham pastor. -J.C. Brown, minister Sunday Mass. 12 noon. Holy President
take this means
Jay Mass, 5:30: p.m.
my deepest thanks. May God:
bless each of you. Most sincerely LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL.
HOLINESS CHURCH e e e a a e a e e a a e e a e e e e e e e e e e eN
Lila Caldwehl.ssrtsrssrsttrsr.
Gospel Preaching Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;
Morning Worship U a.m. Youth
Service: 6 p.m.; Evening Worship

SEPTEMBER 1926L" -ss 7 p.m.Tuesday.Prayer Meeting 7:30 *
p.m. I IThf

THE UBRARY -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor. ( W t IJ


1 f \ And Evangelist Pastor rflssrrrrtSSSSSrr ADULT Birds On FICTIONThe The Trees Sn ning Sunday Worship CHURCH.GRACE School BAPTIST at STARKE 10 II.a.m.Training Mor- I

lo Bawden), Manhattan Primitive Union 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship :
(Carter:)>; The Live Goat (Daw- 7:30. Wednesday Prayer :
GERALD NORMAN kins)); we Dance And Sing Meeting 7:30.Rev. Leon T.
Daugherty ); Private Worlds Odom Jr., pastor
Song Leader (Calnham> Big Saturday (Harper cE)1)

); The Shadow Of The Lynx
School 10
Driver (Inge); Voyages (Najar- Sunday a.m. _
Pt &: Pianist ,: lan>; The Kocska Formula Rl- Inc Worship, 11 a.m. Evenlnft t'i' :
Worship 7 Wed. Prayer .
ley), Duckfoot (Scoales), The PJIM; .
)> Meeting and Bible Study
Kings Of Vain Intent Shelby
SONG SERVICE 7:30 The Year Of The Rooster(Simmons .7 .p.m. Young. Peoples Meet- :
f- Monday. 7 p.m.
); The Other (Tryon>;This
Woman Wanted(Foley): Michael &.F. Prevmtt pastor. Everyone -
(Scott> The Rich Welcome.)
Anonymous ;
Krrryimp Welcome And The Righteous IVan Slyke), 6i
The Chill Factor(Falklrk); Life ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC hEARTs
With Ita Sorrow Life With Its CHURCH STARKE
Tear (Atwell): One Crow Two Father James Cregan,pastor.
Crow (Chase): The Alabaster Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday
Egg (Freeman-; The Fire Goddess Mass. 10 aun. Holy Day Mass. %

[r Times Of Horatio Hornblow- Confessions -- Saturday 0 .

er (Parkinson); The Bonded '
p.m.School _
Dead (Chaber), Alibi(Creasey)> of Religion
"Isn't it 1. '
/ fun Mirror Dance Kyle); The Baxter Grade School -- Sunday II hutch n God t appointed agency in

Letters Kitchens: )} Forsaking am. to 12 noon. 'this world lor tpnading the knowledge 01( fl
; I to romp on a cozy 4 All Others (Loring, '> The High School -- Wednesday Hit love (for man and ol Hit' demand (for :Mun' HI-SI 1 ,reac/timi!" tu niunhri1, i ix lui.-fil, "on ",II-

Book Of Daniel (Doctorow);The 7 to 8 p.m. man ta respond to '''o'lov.' by loving hit uaixl "l'' ','" nncl only time will lielp' him,

floor?' Ringer (LlnIngton); The May MARK'S EPISCOPAL neighbor. Wilhogl (hit grounding in the tu know the lieiirt, lit uiioilirr., Gml kiunt immv- .

V warm Day Mystery (Allan): A Cry ST.CHURCH. STARKE lave of( Cod no government or society or lIilllllPII', > ati:ln.lp of the )limit, i whf.hei: : it ,ipuwl i-
Of Absence Jones> Who Killed
Enoch Powell (Wise)1) Match: Holy Eucharist. lit and 3rd way ol Me, will long ptnevere and the ui bin]

For A Murderer(Dunnett)> Mrs. Sundays 10 a.m. Morning Prayer (recdomi "which, "wi' hold to dear wlIln:1., ,, ,
; "I Hi ,'. ,ill.: If.1 I tOo, 1//, /I.,,,1' .. .
Palfrey At The Claremont(Taylor 2nd 4th( and 5th Sunday evitably periik. !Thinlare even from a "'."." (
(The Sounds Of Home 10 a.m.John Hector ulfith point' ol view on. thould support
1. (Chase> Jink (McMahon> M. Flynn the Church (for the take of the welfare of Thai*, are mUll ,ivuuidi
himself!! and hit family., Beyond that, however the'l "/1.. I tin In U..1 I .,!i Ih/, ,,i II ,?., itini. .. 1 I I.;

.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE CHURCH every perion thould uphold and Hn/. I.'".L"(

STARKE OF'CHRBT participate in the Church becaute it tellt ,.
*: Sunday School, 9:45: Bible School 10 a.m. Worship .'
Sunday and the truth about man : life death' and
Services II 'I.m.
Morning Worship at 11, sermon destiny tht truth' which alone will, him . :
L> -I. "What God: Wants of His 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday ; tet' c.. *. i. .
Church"; Acteens Meet imme- 7 p.m. Ladles Bible free ta live at a child ol God.

,$ diately after morning worship Class, Thursday it a.m.Church
; Church Training. 6:15: ; located ope block west on SR .e e a a e a e a e e e e e e a a e a S S 0 e a e

Evening Worship, 7:30: ser- 16.
Certainties About --J.P.H. Bell, minister
I i&5 &9TSa the Second Coming of lesus". PINF.IIII: I. CONCHKGATIONAL 1 "
I JtiesS Monday Youth Choir 7. MKTIIODIST CHURCH: STARKE 66"c

I Tuesday Young Musicians Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning LJLORIDA SERVICE ':
Choir 3:30; G.A. Meeting, 4:15: Worship II a.m.'ouUl "' '' .
; '
Wednesday Family Night Service p.m. Evening Wor- 4S'4 ST Hill Edttprd. I'h. 4-723l
Prayer -
Supper 6
; ship 7:30: p.m. Rev. TommyI.
R.A. Misting. 7th Grade .. Milliard pastor + Tire Tru-inR
:J (.4 t Girls In Action 6:30: p.m.; -. ? \J.ONIIOL
; 4 I Teachers and Officers Meet- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD =;: -:; .. H adlilfhtdJultllllf

Inp, 7:15; Church Choir PraCLllSd.Y C8. '
%, 8:15. Kalford Roa4 A Weldon St.- Brake Service .:
;. : Music Makers Charles Thomas Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
pastor. Wheel 1 lialnnce nnd .:
Choir Practice 3:30: p.m.; Visitation Sunday School. 10 aun. MornIng -

7 p.m. Worship, U. Sunday Even.Ing :3.19! E. Call St. Slairke Fla.Phone Alignment :;

W.A. Hogan pa.tor.NORTHSIDE 7pun.Thursday: night,7:30. Z .HR. WRECKER SERVICE for FREE

gzueyourfamzlyc Hlway 301 and 100
BAPTIST Inspections and Estimate
; healthier BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST AH !Minor Repairs
happier, warmer CHURCH <10 8. Temple Stark
.y: home with a beautiful, new Road 16 and 255 Intersec Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
don. Service 11 a.m. Church
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- training 6:30 p.m. Evening -

!: ,5iimEliLEFIOIL ning Worship II a.m. Evening. Worship 7:30.: BRADFORD
Service 7:30: p.m. WednesdayPrayer Meeting. STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS :

? Wednesday7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. .
HOME HEATER -Rev. Wayne Wells PastorIn Rev. J.D. Robinson SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market ABSTRACT CO.

BIEGLER hu the b., built-in Bluww Sy.bmt und n.cltMv the morning .service the MADISON STREET
Groceries Meats Feed ItIer$ Sen Ice For Your
Inmr H..l TuU. thai five you Uw eooifoiimiracle Rev. Wayne Wells, pastor will BAPTIST CHURCH Featuring Ac Hardwire

SUPER. FLOoR HEAT.Com*In and speak on the subject, "The Fact Sunday Sunday School 9:45: Complete. Paint Supplies GAS AND OIL Title Problems'
*for a d..I.'ion and_l Iww this! aiw and Fall of Satan." The scripture a.m. Morning Worship 11:00: .
;:.i- a.m. Church Training, 6:15: p.m. and Sporting Rood Jack and Gladys Edwards Abstracts '

:. .or.> .....AM.. | it uvn. _r j .. .! For the evening! .service Rv. Title Insurance :
Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. - With U. Flr l"
Wells Inspirational message Monday Youth Choir Practice PHONE 964-5312 .
15* W. Call Ph. 9S4-6MI'
entitled, "Rejoice Because and Children's Choir 219 Washington St. 164.5270
DENMARKFURNITURE Your Names Are Written In Practice 7:00: p.m.
Heaven." Scripture text Is Luke Tuesday Mission Friends' -

10:17-20.: Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:30: CLAY ELECTRIC Inc.
The Sunday School teachers pun.

COMPANY meeting followed Is Prayer 6:43: and P. Wednesday Prayer Meetingand OwMd By Thus. We Sen In Twelve Northeast Florida (C'ounll "Helptn' Our Menbera I.i,.. )RAter! .:
m., Business Meeting 7:30.
I 434 W. Call St. Phone 964.5827 Bible study at 7:30: p.m. The Adult Choir Practice 8:30: RkKtrtcallTKe)7toa Hel ..--Pko.. 471-4911 .
STARKE FLORIDA Book of I Peter U currently Pun. ,-

*< being' studied verse by verse. Denton Sumrall pastor. ",.

Page 12 Telegraph Sept. 16, 1971

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PUo.e Coll 473.3288 or 473-4182 KH Airport

LIBRARY NEWS Ing, September 9 were: first,
The Keystone Heights Wo- Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Bachmann,

man Club has presented the Second, Mrs. Pat Fraher, Mrs. ,.l
Library with a newly published Bill Terry Third '
; Mr. and v -
book, "At The Drop Of A Veil" Mrs. Michael Faikel I and Timber BidThe

by Marianne Allreza. This Is Fourth, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. << .."- '-'-.
the fascinating true story of Crollck. ...
an American womans years In Keystone Heights city; that time and had not been re- ti 1: .La' "
an Arabian harem, and her escape COMMUNITY CHURCH council awarded a contract to placed.
over the Swiss border. Circle Meetings for the year L.J. Kite, Bradford County tim- Kite said that most of the Home
The Complete Book of Composting will begin on Monday, Septem- ber dealer, Tuesday night as fencing referred to had been Building BonusIn
and the Encyclopedia ber 20. The first Family Night the highest bidder on a selected repaired lately and explainedthat

of Organic Gardening, both by Dinner will be held on Wed- cutting of pine timber on his workmen had not been
Kodale, have also been addedto nesday evening, September 29. the city-owned airport tract. responsible for all of the dam- Keystone His.
the library shelves as a Sunday September 12 was The bids, which were openedby age to the fences. He offered hN.
memorial gift from Mr. John: "Rally Day" for the Commu- Allen Tarleton, Bradford- to put up a performance bondon Keystone Heights Is enjoy "people are beginning to accept x
Kersey. These timely volumes nity; Church Sunday School.Tak Clay county; farm forester,were the present contract if the tag a modest building boom off-lake living in Key-
will bit much in demand, and ing part on) the program were as follows: council wished him to do so. with 10 to 15 new homes either stone Heights, realizing that
all three books are greatly the Kite, $18,200; Allied Timber under construction or recen- It is a nice place to live, even
appreciated. Nursery and Kindergarten'Children Co., $17,000; Hudson Pulp and Fox then asked Watkins to tly completed. Estimated valueof If you aren't on the water."

Patrons of the library will ond and and Third the First, Sec- Paper Co.;: $15,135; Southern meet with Kite and go over the homes would be In excess Most of the new homes being / Itr'
be Interested to learn that part third graders. The Timber Co., $12,035. the area where the timber will of 200000. sold are not to retirees, but to 2 *4lttw'
of the funds from the treasury the graders Junior being promotedto On motion by Councilman Roy be cut and the meeting was Most of the new homes are families whose head Is em-
of the former Friends of Library the Department of Watkins, chairman of the Air- set for next week.In located In the general area ployed In Gainesville, or has a
organization have been sented Sunday"The School were pre- port Committee, Kite's bid was response to questions by between the Keystone Heights traveling Job and makes Key-
used to order a book drop for ble" bv New English Bi accepted on the basis of being Councilman Huntley RedfearnJr. School and the Woman's Club, stone his headquarters.The .
the library. This will solve their teacher, Mrs. the highest one. The motion ., Kite said he will start and although some of them are city recently raised itsRites ....

the problem of returning books Joel Roberts they were: was seconded by CouncilmanGay cutting timber In about 10 days just outside the city; limits, for building permits, and ........ ",. :.. *, .
when the library Is not open, Maria Cunningham, Carl John- Livingston and approved and that the Job will be doneIn they appear i to be an Integral the first one Issued under the '" \.. --
a much needed and many times sen, Sheryl Donahoo, Kirby Eland unanimously. about three months, wea- part of the city; new scale went to contractor \. .
requested convenience. Pamela Farris, Bobby Prior to the vote. Chairman ther permitting. Ray Brumbaugh, Melrose John R. Wlerts for $30.50 to ..:...,;.
September Is Amnesty; Monthat and Jackie Watson and Kathy Everett Fox commented that Proceeds of timber sales at builder, has completed seven construct a new home In Sun- t ... ,"
the library. All overdue books Redfearn. Kite had been given the con- the airport are being spent on attractive homes in his High rise Park. .,... ..., ...t. .,

can be returned with no fine the The direction Fourth of Grader Mrs. under tract to cut timber at the air- improvements at the facility, land Homes subdivision, with Some of the new constructionIs .. .'."-..-.'....u...5........uu............uu..............u".......,........"..'u.n."u.............. ...._......r. ......_.u u .}}}..{...,..T..,.._...".........v...........,..,...g" -
to be paid.GARDEN Bill port last year and that some such as the new hangar whichis three still under construction. shown in above photographs.At .
Beam and the Fifth and Sixth fencing had been torn down at nearly completed. lie Is now clearing another upper left Is the beige brick
CLUBA graders under the direction of block of property, across from home of Rev. Stuart McCord, I' Clay Adult Courses I :
special meeting of the Ex- Mrs. B.F. Mizell also presen- ",-.x.-...:.:.,>.>.:..>.>.:.<.<.-:.n.*:<< ---S t'':--::-:&Z'---- ---------_______________...... the Woman's Club, as sites pastor of the Community; Church I

ecutive Board and new Chair- ted parts of the program. for another nine or ten homes. At upper right is one of the i i

man of the Garden Club of the HERE N. THERE i News/ NotesBy 1 All of the seven completed new homes built by Brum- Offer Wide Variety y
Lakes was held Thursday mor- homes are sold and most of baugh, and lower photo shows -

ning, Sept. 9 at the home of will Friends be Interested of Charles to W.learn Ellis he ** By Helen Egan them occupied. work in progress on several Need to get your high school Course work is normally offered .'.
According to others In Highland Homes.
Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle, President graduated on September 9 from on Thursday Sept 23rd at :auajn. one observer. diploma? Improve your Job at night In one of the

the Federal Aviation Academy Mrs. Albert Backmann of This Club meets regularlyon In skills? Have a hobby you would county's high schools, but if a
Chairmen for the year are: In Oklahoma, City, Okla. lie Keystone Heights and President the 4th Thursday of each harmony In these distressing Smnkey Say: enjoy developing.' group In a community has a '
times for
Mrs. Albert Bachmann, Par- presently Is employed In the of the Melrose Woman's month at 9:30: a.m. so many, Pastor Ste- .. Are you a veteran who can special need, often classes can .
liamentarian; Mrs. R.N. Sun- Downtown Air Traffic Control Club announces that the first wart McCords sermon on "The J': <;,.'L ar ;'_.'Jr4j: earn a high school diploma be held at a center in the .:
derland, Library Mrs. Pat Williams Tower In Spartanburg, 5.C. Fall meeting of the Club will FELLOWSHIP CLUB Unty of the Church" was soul rv.l MAN-LETS STOP vy while being paid under your neighborhood.. Already several ;

Garden 'therapy; Mrs. Charles graduated In 1960 from be on September 29th at 12:00: Game Fun Day will be heldat searching. 'I' ,*GETTING CARELESS veteran's rights? successful basic education '
R.N. Sunderland Horticulture; Bradford High School and noon with a luncheon preparedby 1:30: p.. on Thursday Sept. FELLOWSHIP CLUB "*i1? WITH FIRE1. Clay County School Board can courses have been taught In .
Mrs. Francis Melrlck, Publicity served ten years with the Uni- a committee of members. 23rd in Lions Club Mrs. Ethel President Marino ; .-'I'. 'fl'r',, help you through the Clay County neighborhood centers, and a .:

; ; Mrs. E.L. Helton, Ways ted States Coast Guard with This advanced date Is to enable Weyman is In charge and a social presiding and Houston Drlscoll Drlcoll pray' 6 V '" Adult Education program with popular program of chorus mu- ;

and Means; Mrs. R.P. Vogh one year of foreign service.He Mrs. Backmann to attendan hour follows the Game offering Grace, the l luncheon P ,,,; ;,\ ..',. r' classes In all three of the clay sic Is being conducted at ;
Conservation and Birds; Mrs. is married to the former out-of-town me dnl7. .III1tbA play with members providinga ",, I county's; high schools and oilier Moosehrven. Courses In community ':
Emory Cooper, Flower Show Arnette Forbes of Chesapeake, regular date. Hereafter the small gift. meeting the Lions of Sept.Club 9th at 12:30at : .ii, :> ."'", -' centers throughout the count. emergency preparoe- .
and Corsages; All members Va. He la the son of Mr. and meetings and luncheons will was plea- )' '''.,. ., J): ness, drugs, nurses' aides, and
Adult education
High School Gardeners; Mrs. Mrs. Fred Ellis of Lake Gen- be on the 1st and 3rd Wednes- LIONS CLUB santly enjoyed by about 25 mempgrs 1', (, '" I r. offerings are conumer education are among
of de-
Everyone limited the lack
Kelly Greeson, Anti-Litter and days of each month at 12:00: President W. Huntley Red- was happy to t tI ... 'I only by those which Ideally could be .
have Mr. and Mrs. A.I>, Hall- ,, ",. +. mand. Courses planned this fall ,
Trees; Mrs. D.M. Pater, Land- eva.Mr.. and Mrs. J.W. Slmeral noon. fearn, Jr. will preside at the I.,., : \ taught to a neighborhood group. ;
man, Mr. and Mrs. Robert! Fer- f Included all of those needed to ..
scape Roadside Development; visited their cousin Louis Dinner meeting of the Lions \\1 I Classes held at the igh school
rell and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon earn credit toward a diploma;
Mrs. Robert Dodd, World Gar- Franze in Tampa recently and GARDEN CLUB OF THE LAKES Club on Monday, Sept 27th at 10 M.;- review courses leading to the centers are scheduled tour :
dening; Mrs. Ralph Barker, while there they attended the Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle, Pre- 7:30.: Members of the Llone- Baker back with us. They nave "n J t<. "' I" .a G.E.D. business cour- nights each week, Monday :.
Telephone; Mrs. Roy Bridges, Pearl Harbor Survivors Asso- sident of the Garden Club will Has will prepare the dinner. been missed Mr. and Mrs d such exams as typing; shorthand through Thursday 6 to 10 p.m. ':.
Awards; Mrs. J.J. Sullivan, ciation Picnic In Clearwaterwnere preside at the first Fall monthly The President is Mrs. helen Harrison Batchelders were unable and business machines Industrial -, The school's libraries are open,
Membership and Mrs. Leon they enjoyed games, meeting on Thursday, Sept. Wlidt. toattenaaue to Mrs. uatcn- arts courses such as; small on Monday, Tuesday, and

Wagner, Chaplain. swimming and a bar-be-cue, 23rd at 1:00: o'clock. Place to elder prior appointment in A hurnrd (orr.' jut, Ion', any engine repair, welding, furniture Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m
The first regular meeting of Several door prizes were given be reported by the President. AMERICAN LEGION POST 202 Gainesville. Hooil to an-on..r! re-finishing, and general Registration! for the first sem-
the club will be held on Thurs- away also. Gordon Baker announces thata Following the luncheon a few shop also courses in art ester will be held September '.
day, Sept. 23 at the home of While In Tampa they ate at ';T. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL special meeting will be held Readings were enjoyed. Mrs. preciation; chorus, health edu-ap- 9, 1971, 7 to 9 p.m. at the high .:
Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle with the University; Restaurant with WOMEN OF THE CHURCH. at 12:30: ( today (Sept. 16)) In Legion Marian Wilson gave a poemon man. The announced gust IV' cation (drugs), health education school. i
Co-hostesses, Mrs. M.II. Fal- Mr. Franze, Corrlne Welch, Mrs. Don Rawlings, Presidentwas hall on Highway 21. A life; Mrs. Ethel Weymans program did not report that '(physical fitness) community For further Information call
kel, Mrs. Ralph Barker and Lt Cmdr.. Robert McLlntosh to preside at the first Fall light luncheon will be served, reading was on the distionary she was able to be at this preparedness, or write C.F. Holmes. Director '.
Mrs. D.M. Pater. Orlando and Robert and Ka- meeting of the Church Circleon and meeting until News Notes car- emergency
of members are urged to at- meaning of Friendship; and nurses' aides. consumer edu- 281-3041 or 264-9866, at "
thy McLlntosh, HI. Sept. 13th at 2:00 p.m. This tend, as special matters per- ried her name, Mrs. Mamie cation, and any others of whlcCl the Clay County School Board,
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES Over the recent holiday week Circle group meets on the sec- taining to legislation is to be Mrs. Emily loon, an original Eckford. With regrets, Mrs: there are requests. Green Cove Springs Fla.
Consumer Education for a- end Mr. and Mrs. Slmeral entertained ond Monday of each month in programmed. peom on Dolls, particularly the Lamblngs resignation was ac- ,
dults will be offered on Mon- Mr. Franze and Corrine the various homes. doll of her childhood. This cepted.

day evenings at the Keystone Welch. During their visit FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHA led to a discussion on quit-
High School from 7 to 10 p.m. they took Al Simone to the MELROSE HOMEMAKERS[ Revival will be held at lag, and Gordon Baker, a native *
Health and Physical Educa- Chiefs Club at Mayport where CLUB First Baptist Church the week of this area recalled with Indians Readv For 71 Season I IIhe
tion will)) be offered each Tues- they celebrated his 82nd President Mrs. W.H. Allen of September 20th to 26th. The much enthusiasm of his boy-
day evening at the Keystone birthday. They also enjoyed the will preside at the first Fall Pastor Is Rev. Lawrence Carroll hood days. The ladles gatherIng .t -- -
High School Gymnasium from festivities at Green Cove Club meeting In the clubhouse around the quilting frame, Indians in -
; to, the Indians plan to use anI
tion of defensive ends between
made the and the :
7 to 10 p.m.Anyone Springs, fire works, contestsand by men, men fine shape and have their grid Formation which should be
Inside Tim Goetzman, Ricky Davis, :
working in the fields.
Interested in taking a barbecue.PTA First Baptist COMMUNITY! CHURCH work attracted Gordon, and he weapons sharpened for the 1971 quicker and more powerful. Mike, Shultz and Bryan Stan.
Conversational Spanish please Two Sunday Morning Wor- attack, according to Head Football Line Backer, Paul Leino, .;-
assisted the tnsewing
call Mrs. Valdejulll and sign ship services are being con- the pieces and women laying in the Coach Roy Bayless. Bobby Hurner and Steve Byrd ley.Tackles for the 71 Indians .
up for the class.DUPLICATE The first meeting of the Sets Revival tinued, at 8:30: and 11:00 a.m. batting. Bay less has high hopes for his are deceivingly tough despite are: Larry Knepper, !MlkeWrln- .'
Keystone Heights PTA will be At the second service Special warriors this year. The coach their small size of onl y 160 kle, Jack Meek and Jim l-eu-
BRIDGE Thursday, September 16th at Sept. 2026The musical anthem, "The Lord The business of the meet- says his tea m will be let down pounds each. They're willingto .'
Winners for Tuesday, Sept- the school lunchroom at 7:30: Is .My Shephered", with solo- Ing of note, was the reslgi- If Its raids fall to capture a be coached, and they really kel.Chief Bay less says he's expecting .
ember 7 were: Tied for first.Mm. P.m. First Baptist Church of ist,. Mrs. Roy Tornknett and nation and absence of Mrs. district: win In 1971. hit hard, says Chief Bayless. big things from: Jack .'
Marv Miss Iva Hill-
Cook. Mrs. Robert Hendry and male Vera 2nd Vice Pre- There are many reasons for Pass-grabbers for the Indians Sheffield, Jr. utility back Jack :
and Loeb Keystone Heights will begin Its Lambing, ; ;
yer Mrs. Duncan and the anticipation of Indian Chief
voices this year will be : Bobby :
carrying the vocal Funderburk offensive and defensive
_. services Monday even- parts sident and Program Chair- ;
Mrs. Val Givens Second Mrs. revival
; Bayless, with the clincher being Hurner, opening at tight-end Liston PIckren .
Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray- V Ing at 7:30: p.m. Morning ser- I r. the fact he says he has the fin Larry Turknett, end; and Paul guard; :.
4a -- a senior, end and Hobln Hen :
mond Starnes; third, Mrs.Ray- vices will also be held each est tribe of warriors he's had I.clno. All these receivers are ; .
derson Others to
mond Crabtree and Mrs. W.J. a morning at 11 a.m. except on he his fifth quarterback.
as enters as with
year good, Turknett standing
Saturday, A covered dish lunch- watch for include: Jim Lcukel, :;
Grollck;; Fourth, Mrs. C.C. 'i SliowsImprovement
Carnes and Mrs. F.G. Meirlck. I( (!) eon will be served following Keystone -.. .. '" :
Winners for Thursday even- ,I" __ ,_ morning services. .: '. .'
The Evangelist Is Dr. James ... ;
IJ......................-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.---;-- H. Wright, Jr., Pastor of the .j."1;, ; :

Westlawn Baptist Church In Mobile .: .
'o] o : Ala. Dr. Wright receivedhis ,,9 ;.
: iJ oD0 training for the ministryat KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .. .
Washington University; St. ( to-the-Sun) The Keystone :.'
: oo o S Louis Mo.; the New Orleans Heights High School Indians may have successfully recovered -
S @1j2j 11j:!:! : Baptist Theological Seminaryand from the four-game losing streak they suffered at
2JmJ j the Central Baptist Semi- the end of last season.

IJ aar] SS nary. He has been a speakerAt Coach Roy Bayli ss' Indians gave an Indication of then 1
]]ITIJ :-
) l At Florida Baotlst Evan-
in their im'l
]:m: ]@::2J 1El1TIJ@1)) gelistic Conference and the provement jamboree Friday night at Hastings
fore succumbing to Lake Baldwin 6-0. in the second
S quarter.
1]ITIJ [:rn@EJJ@ I
School of the Prophets and
: ] 0. [W 00 I : is well known In several states, Keystone thumped Florida School for the Deaf, 14.0. I

: !JiI( J. .. : for his dynamic, Christ-cen The Indians: scored their first touchdown on a six'yard run
1)r;00 11!]'nor.0 tered preaching. by Rick Wheeler Bayless Is looking to Wheeler to carry the I

0o / The Director of Music for bulk of Keystone's ground game this season. ,

: 'ua 1@1! 00 :::", S the Revival Services will be The second score came on a 55.yard pass from Robin Hen I rr' y +r

i Bill Buchanan. Mr. Buchananis derson to Larry Turknett. I yw
0 .
0 Minister of Music at the '
00 Mike Packard kicked both extra points. I ;
i e Kinsey Baptist Church In Do- ,
00 0 Bayless singled out Bob Hurner and !Mike\ Wr.nkle: for I .
.0 C than, Ala. received his train
,o oo I II S ing at Samford University In theid outstanding performances on the offensive line, and t11t"u1t111i
1917 OCT'71 S Birmingham, Ala. and the New Jack Funilfrburk. il i US-pound middle guard for his lackes M Jrt.r; r.' w .
S 110I..41. Orleans Baptist Theological and assists on defense. r n LY/$+ .1

Seminary, and has had many NAME: POS. I1T. WT. CLASS ;
HEFTY GUARDS AND CENTERS are, left to right t, Steve Byrd,
experience) directing '
i Dazey, Rob OE-DB 6-1 160 11'Turkaett "
I A church music.A Jack Funderburk, Bryan Stanley, Mike Packard, Jim Passwater
Your Valuables very special Invitation Is Larry OE-DB 5-8 I inno&:i 10 and Larry Vaughn.
Sonny 6-1 11Pickren.
extended to each and every big Chief for the Indians. out Other Ends will be LIs- !Mike Packard, Jack Meek, Jim .
Liston 5-11 155 1!
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX I Join member with of us our during community these ser-to Shivers, Mike OEDBOTDT 5-8 115 11 II from"We've the returning got good players leadership and ton Babb PIckren a 6-foot and 155-pounder Danny Babb.who Larry Passwater Knepper., Larry Vaughn and ;,..

vices to the Word of Wrinkle, Mike 6-3 170 J 12
study A lot of credit to Team .
: Captains who have good experience was out last year due to two goes :
and other
I Safeguard documents God and hear the Gospel Leukel. Jim OT-DT 6-0 155 n tour returning star- knee operations, will work his Captains Mike Wrinkle and :.

valuables against possible fire, theft = preached, Meek. Jack OT-DT 5-10 160 I 12 ters, and only two Sophomores way back in the line-up with Paul Leino for the fired up '..
: Vaughn, Pete OT-DT 60 180 I 12 ," Bayless commented. good potential. spirit among the Indians. '
and loss with a Safety Deposit box. i Yr.VJjJ: :::J:::l:1.'rJ rJr; .:::: JJA'J::r:::::r.4: :::r c: Knepper, Larry OT-DT 5-11/ no 11 "We haven't had a lot of problems Rick Wheeler and Mike Shultz: "We have a tough bunch of ..

: ----- Byrd SteveFunderburk OG-LB 5-9 lay 11 I I and I'm looking forward who fill the Tall-back positions boys this year and we're look-
Our rental rates are reasonable S.E. 61REALTQR Jack OG-DG 5.7 130 12 I to a good Coaching year," he are expected to see plenty Ing for big things despite our .'

and the peace of mind divine. : Passwater, Jim OG-PG 6-0 155 12 added. Bruce Harmon and Tom of action carrying the ball fairly tough schedule," Bay- ;:
Wilson will bethlsyear'straln- 90 per cent of the time according less says. :.
Vaughn, Larry OG-DG 5-11 10 11 '
to Bayless.
Savings, Checking Accounts : Koystone Hts. 473-4816 Stanley, Bryan C-DE 5-11 150 12 ers.Considering the fact that the Guards and centers for the The Indians made theirdebut :

Home and Personal Loans Packard :Mike C-DG 5-9 115 U specialty; teams: Kick-off. Indians this year will be: Steve In the Jamboree at Hastings .
Hunter, BobbyHenderson OB-LB 5-11 155:) 11 Kick-off Return, Punting and Byrd. Jack Funderburk. Bryan Sept. 3., The Warriors
Christmas Vacation Clubs HOMESACREAGESRENTALS Robia OBDB 5-7 HO 10 Punt Return Squads are already Stanley, Mike Packard, Jim won their first battle over Florida =:

Leloo, Paul OB-LB S-0 160 12 settled Bayless feels the Indiana Passwater and Larry Vaughn. School for the Deaf and :

KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Davis Ricky OB-DE 5-10 155 11 had a Jump of being pre- Ricky Davis has been moved Blind 14-0, but then dropped :
Ft.-I MLRN'.Ib.lia.n. 471-4740' Sheffield, Jack OB-LB 5-8 130 11 pared over most teams. from guard to blocking back, the second 6-0 at the handsof .
The offense Indians and Is to add steam Baldwin. After the Jam- :
Col. J. new of the expected
FJXI.C. Keystone Heights, CA.u/nelon| 47J-4479 Schultz Mike OB-DE 6-1 l 1(5 12
boree Coach
L. had the Chiefs hopes when the Indians start rolling Bayless com- :
Bank In Your Friendly P..J..h.l Rohlnian.C." *. *, 47J-47J.40S ion Wheeler, Rick OB-DB 5-9 133 12 particularly aroused. Insteadof towards the Goal Line. mented, "We're a little rough ..
Friendly '
"Your '* Ceotzman, Tim OB-DE 5-11 150 11 the Wishbone T attack which A battle has been in progress around the edges, but over- :

too* ......Community.................. ......., # ;CDAPAl6 Keystone fans are accustomed quite some time for the posl- all we're looking pretty good" .

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xml record header identifier 2008-10-21setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. Webb,dc:date September 16, 1971dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida