Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 4, 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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joined the rest of
at 11 in Gainesville on l
a.m. (Florida Tuesday In
Container Corp. America that RoadsPlanning
giving 2-1/2 to 1 approval -
ford tax assessemtns on its tr '
4 to a constitu-
of timber lands are excessive.The f
tional amendment

to eventually work out a permitting the State
long awaited hearing will the State Revenue
be held In the chambers of Ed Straughn. regular schedule for maintaining graded Legislature to levya

Circuit Judge John A. II. Mur- Container 4s roads the Bradford County Commission corporate net profits -

phree Courthouse In the Alachua County lands should be is asking bids on u fourth road tax.BradCord.
according to Ther- $62.40 per acre
on A. Yawn attorney for the lands at $5 per x grader to cost in the ,area of 30000.
County Commission In fightIng "' turned out 39ixr
sor Long has //a cent of Its total!: voting
the timber ,,, strengthIn
tax suits. of $100 per acre on f "Our mileage of graded roads low board members.The a surprising: show of Interest -
Yawn said he Is hopeful that in the county and .wr has not increased, but the usage + commission voted unanimously In Ue, holly contested
Judge Murphree will give a on swamplands. ) of them has," says Commissioner to go along with H.-. Issue. Statewide voting was also
decision In Container's tax pro According to George Roberts who berts' recommendation to buya heavier than expected.
tests for 1968-1971 within a short sments, Container Is In charge of Uic Road de- fourth+ grader.
while after the hearing. Judge county $58,793 In partment. A fourth, machine is Kobcrts said it will give tho Yes votes here totaled 1,711
Murphree has had the timber taxes In 1971. needed, he says, to get onto county three graders (in first while TOO were cast against
suits under consideration since it should owe $ i + a regular schedule of grad- class shape one' grader needs Die amendment. Totals Include

1968 while each year Container ference of$26,284.Accorcllng 1 y ., +tJP ing each road In Uic county work done on (it now and can 34 absentee ballots which were
has filed successive suits to P approximately when it is need- be taken off the line for repairs counted Wednesday' morning.
all of which are still pending i when the new machineIs
before Judge Murphree. (See Pogo ) r 7 ed.The put on the, line.[ Virtually complete stateside(
,,. road crews are A salesman from Ring-Power totals gave Uic+ amendment 816880 ,-
The timber In r y maintenance of roads and
suits protest on
votes to
i Corp. In Jacksonville drew up yes 343.416 no's
of Tax Assessor Gene Long's 1 has been behind for months a winning margin of just under
assessments on Umber lands, Roberts told the County Commission (See Page 4)) 2-1/2 to 1 1.Neighboring 1.
began In 1965 when Containerand Monday.
four other timber firms I nlon County
filed suits. Suits for 196 -67 r, I / The fourth machine will be nave: the+ amendment 3 to I
were tried before Judge Mur- .I purchased with funds from Ue CouncilTo approval with a vote of 531
',. phree In 1967 'and "Bradford j. 111'To, -), M eighth cent gas tax.whlch began to 190. Ballots cast there totaled
County's timber assessments coming to cities and counties 721, about :3d per cent
In September and was enacted of Die total
were upheld. 2,441 registration.
for road maintenance pur- Help
Container Corp appealed the Via'e poses by the 1970 State Legis, Clay Count! with a large
decision to the First District For eN ,'' : lature. Bradford's first payment !Republican registration approved -
Court of Appeals and then to 6y reached the county Sep- the amendment by a
the Florida Supreme Court, with +.r. tember 22 and totaled $2,409.- ImproveStarke little less Umn 2 to I I. totalIng -
the appellate courts upholding 79. The second and last payment 1+> 3,099 for Use' amendment
Judge Murphree's ruling. to date reached the, coun- to 1.059:; against.
ty Oct. 12 and totaled $2,398.-
While[ the other four firms -A Students at BHS for tho first fix weeks are: Top row Beverly Strunk, Bev 94. The vote 'I uesda did not

have dropped litigation againstthe Nine weeks Crowell, Jan Searle, and Beth Chapman; Second row Delores Sapp Darlene Hobbs, (impose Die' tax, but only authorized
county, Container has con- school term and [ Richard Kirkland Bottom Bottom row Vicki H.nry and Judy Young. \t that rate the county will "We'll help you any way we + It, (ov. I I'cubln' .\skew,
tinued to file suits each year. use of the new ; ; receive some $28,800) in Ue can," members of the suirke who continued his right for approval -
Container has also continued building at first 12 months of receivingthe City Council told representatives right up to the wire.
to withhold from Ue county!; school board this new gas tax funds. It also: of Merchants! Committee In spite of doctor's orders to
the portion of taxes In excess eying on the 4)f. means the county will spend (Interested in Improving: appearances let up, said he would call a
of what the company claimsIt penalty to charge the first sear of its new road of the downtown area. special session of the Legislature -

owes. Contractor A. Ray 10 BHS Students funds on the new grader Appearing: before the council soon after 'thanksgiving 1

The latest Container be at to enact the necessary law.
suit was Under the Bids will opened a special were C'ommltteeChalrmanHrl-
filed September 28 and Container Construction Co. meeting at 9:30: p.m. on an Hamilton of Stump's Department lie said he probably would recommend -
Is holding another date was June 8. November 15. The county will !'otore.1: rs. Sandra Reddish a rate of :5; per cent,
$26,284 In taxes the county the building to be buy the grader by pacing either of Leila's, and Attorney with[ a $5,000:; exemption and
an effective: date of Poly I I.
says the firm owes for 1971. planning and to Make Straight A's one-third or one-fourth down I'lzle Sanders. Speaking for the 1972.
It brings the amount of tax But the board with the balance being paid group Hamilton said( the group

es, plus interest at six per on October 28, later In two equal installments. has both Immediate and long In an election night Interview -

cunt, to near $100,000 that Container the building as Bradford's road department range goals. \skcw said[ he regardedthe
Is able to withhold for finished meaning He asked the city to act Immediately
of I"uesda 's
has since 19C6 with outcome voting
1968-1971. complete. ten students of about Vicky Henry Is the daughter Hudson, Irene Miller, Dale :Norman : operated on such Items )
In grades 9-12 earned of :Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Henry Lane Powell Elaine: Sherman three graders. While the fourth sidewalk as as a victory for govern-
Container alleges Long's tax The Oct. 28 ( -A's for the first six of Brooker. Her subjects are Sandra Tomlinson( Donna one will increase the grading of parking repair limits elimination ment and for Uie, people >tI
assessments are arbitrary.[ makes Brown grading period which[ end Typing I, trigonometry, "tvs nelson Emily \Williams, and capacity by a third CommIssioner of loading zones and loiterIng I Florida He Indicated that he
legal grossly excessive, unequal His contract October II at Bradford High C, \'ocabularComposltlon.dvanced Kathy f aulkner. Roberts stressed Mon will now seek to take some of
by teenagers of Call Street.
and discriminatory. board sets the .\ P. E., and human! SophomoresCarol Beam day it will take a long time He the loud off of consumers b>
referred to [
Named In the suits are Assessor struction date ties. :Mazelle DuHose[ Sandra Lbllrw. : to get the road department operating was specific seeking quick repeal: of the
was unusually'small !it committees on each of these sales t.1Jon utilities, the cane
Long Tax Collector J. 1970 and gives f'avanne Farabee, Jeanlo as should.
of honor roll students Senior Richard Kirkland, son Items by Chairman Nell: 'I uc- pole fishing license, and a reduction
R. Kelly and the+ director oCt days to complete Faulk Harriet Faulkner Camllle -
BUS converted back to the S "When they get the equipmentand In the tax
The contract S3) of Mr. and :Mrs. T. Kirkland Gassett, Hjalmar :'McMil: ker.Key on apartment
six-week grading period personnel trained, we to the downtown's problems -
be charged was the only boy to make rentals.
of last year's 12-week. lan, Toils Norman: Glenda u- should be able to grade roads Hamilton said, Is off-
.1's. Ills subjects
late atratght- are
t --------t tt or penalties gent, :Jtary Pearsall, Georlene street parking. In waging his all-out fight
day. At 114 days possible reason the advanced Science [Research when needed, meaning !some
t I.r t tt to 22800. number of students with \ocabulary' Composition drama Rodriguez, Linda W'alden and oftener than others," Roberts "It's a big job could be expensive for passage of the amendment,
O'Harold Acosta. the Governor had
.a 43-year-old
averages Is that the stu production band, .\-vsC.and said.[ and we'll need several
t t tt Brown are responsible for bring teacher's aide. Freshmen- Fetch Dianne "This[ Is an ideal, and )ou sources of funds," Hamilton lilcrallv staked his political
such damages their grades to the atten Gasklns Susan Hewett, Kathy must realize a rain could said. future on the outcome. A defeat -
t t able. He admits of the office. Other straight A students are: Jones Glenn :Mulllns, Ed Watts throw us off," he told his fel- (See Page 4)) would have weakened his
on completing Sophomore Darlene Hobbs and Karen i+eddlsh. ;position: of leadership, and made
t because of seniors, Beverly Crow- daughter of :Mr. and :\Ire. J. It much more difficult to get
.- pt portable Icky Henry, Richard Kirk- C. Hobbs of Starke. Her subjects legislative approval of his[ programs
Delores Sapp, Beverly are physical science PE. 'Hie] overwhelming victory .
walls for the
he was broke averages. and World IIIstor)'. position and leaves/ him firmly
In the driver's seat
business Brown Crowell failed to Freshman Jan Searle daughter -
: BAZAARSPONSORED : board Tuesday, the straight "\" honor of :Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Populous Dado County gave
one of Ms once last year when a Searle has made straight A's the amendment a towering margin
t t cancel the order In economics kept her at the Bradford Middle School FernandinaThe of nearl> 5 to I I. Hills-
BY titions, resulting It. Beverly Is the daugh+ for the past two years Her Tough borough came through with
facturer taking of :Mrs. G.E. Crowell of subjects are home economics 4-1/2 to I I. and Pine lias nearly
: BRADFORD COUNTY : his production Her subjects are !;)'p. Latin I, PE, Algebra n, Physical 4 to 1 1. IJuval County wherethe
"I've never I, trigonometry, British LI- science and English. strongest opposition to the
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY ject way over Americanism vs Freshman Beth Chapman Facing probably their third Quarterback Darrell Benner Pirate running game Is tax by large corporate Interests -
t here" Brown Data Processing daughter of :Mr. and :din A. toughest game of the season, is Fernandlna's whole team, a pretty tough proposition behind seemed to be centered
I FRIDAY SATURDAY I board. "It's aide and Consum W. Chapman has also a 4.0 Bradford High gridders will Hurse says Florida Star Conference a big Fernandlna line, approved the amendment by
fathom how we .. average of the past two yearsat travel to Fernandina tomorrow coaches have told him. something the Tornadoes have 1-1/2 to 1 1. Orange County with
t 9A.M. To 5 PM Asked what he the B. IS. Her subjects are night to face a rejuvenated team The Tornadoes therefore will been faced with several) times a heavy I Republican registration
be reasonable Young daughter of :Mrs. physical science Latin, PE, of Pirates and another home key on Benner. this season. Fullback Leroy was the only big county
ACROSS FROM STU P'S suggested the A. Nettles only missed the Home economics, Algebra n, coming contest. "Stop Benner and you stop Folmer 175 pound sophomore to turn thumbs down on the
list once last year. Game time is 8 was a tough tax.
and EngU.-h. p.m. tomor Fernandina, reads the BUS runner against Pa
25 to
t.BAt I gust subjects are Typing I, Trig row. lathe last week. '
( scouting report.
t. GOODS CANDY the time school Spanish n, Vocabu Junior Connie Chasteen Is Fernandina has from Oj Askew stressed that the
gone The Fernandina
the building and Mrs. tackles are 230pound $10 JklUon
was and Advanced daughter of Mr. the bottom expected from the
CHILDREN Composition the to the this "
TOYS top sea- does It all. He ,
runs passes senior
Tuesday. Annual David f'achko and 220 nor *.';; ,)rate profits tax will
E. Chasteen. ton, from
Jim a S6-0
ASSORTED GIFTS a building would at the hands shellacking kicks Held goals kick offs, pound senior Carey GUI. A. not *, all of the State's
cent of the was the first time De- A-B' HONOR!; ROLL to of St. Augustine punts and boots extra points. long with his bigness CHI Is flna 1.t problems He noted
he said, and Sapp, the daughter of Brown ing scoring 20 points !in a los Benner Is a better runner than fairly fast moving off the line thai f'v million would be lost
Courtesy Of be based on and Mrs. Joe D. Sapp SeniorsBernard cause against PalaU last passer and all-in-all is the Center Henry Rodeffer 175-11 thtt'\> repeal of the corpor
week. The
Emelene Ib Sue Pirates
made .A..." Her Nancy Crews have "come most talented quarterback the Is a tough blocker .
day basis of $S8 straight alive" and a hard ate ;;f: worth tax, $30 million
Orir, f Communitii! are bookkeeping Gen Sharon; EUand Sharlene Ellington Tornado In the past few weeks Tornadoes will face this season hitter. by .peal of the utilities tax
By Brown's Donna Norris Brenda O'- Coach ,
Hurse Florae
points out.
State Sank Business drama t litera Linda guard Stublts 17512 and 12.5; million for replacement
Doris Overstreet. says.His
ages should be advanced clothing con Steen. Benner warms up kicking field Is a top notch offensive of county revenues tat
days At $58 per and A-vs-C. Powell Esther Romero Janice Tornadoes, Hurse point goals from the 43 yard line lineman- quick aggressive anda through an Increase In homestead
Account Now 'Insured quals $3,480.Board Strunk Is the daugh Stanch Kay) Epps, Joan Hinson", out, could score but seven point BUS scouts report.Fernandlna good Mocker He also plays exemption for
Sharlene )A;. Ellington and Lee parsonsover
against Palatka is defensive
Members good end
Up To $20.000 By while FeVnan- a passIng -
65 another reform he Intends
I yer and H. A. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardenbrook.Junior ..., diva managed 20. It must be team but Benner has had Split end Frank Stewart. 150- to v
Federal Deposit appointed to of Starke. Her courses Debbie Bobo Peggy taken Into COI1IlderaUon. howr- trouble with Interceptions )lately 12, la a good receiver and geu pursue

I 'Intureac Cary at noon Tuesday bookkeeping. Clayton. Sand! togg, ;! teve awry that FernancUna lost to Tornado coaches say Ills off the line of scrimmage qulckSee -
office VOE \
Palatka while/ BHS receivers also have trouble
grabbed (See 4))
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Little Women's Club Births

Bazaar Planned Teens TreatedTo < WV WSCS Luncheon The Little Women's Club Mr. and Mrs. Martin Henry
Carlton, Hampton.
II Meeting Held will meet Monday night at
By AuxiliaryThe Unusual -rte ; 7:30 run at the ClUb nouse birth of a son Christopher Brad-
Halloween/ EventOne .. 'f Tuesday Morning with Mrs. Joyce Rlherd, Public Daniel, on Oct.Hospital.He 30, In
Bradford County Hospital wws= Health Nurse as speaker ford County
Auxiliary will have their Mrs. Alfred Vaught presi .
annual tall bazaar this Friday I dent-elect of the Gainesville
and Saturday from 9 a.m. to of the most unusual Halloween district WSCS, spoke on whatIt real he-man
5 run. In the vacant store across programs, known as means to be a member of wants a
from Stump's. "Operation Nightmare" was the WSCS and objectives of
The bazaar will feature assorted conducted on October 26 for the society at the program
gifts,plants,baked goods teenagers of Starke and other meeting held Tuesday mornIng )8 @ @VJr
and homemade candles, gifts Northeast Florida towns. The srWitches of the
for children preserves.Jellies, program was sponsored by I Unitthe ed Methodist Church.
and an assortment of homemade Word of Life Clubs and area Mrs. A.J. Eaves presided at
Items. Mrs.George Canova Is In churches, providing Halloween the business meeting at which
charge of arrangement thrills for hundreds of teenager time she was elected as a delegate -
The money will goworthwhile .. to the Florida Conference

Auxiliary's On Monday morning Oct. 25, annual meeting at Lakeland,
protects.: as school busses pulled In at Nov 6.
BUS, the students spied an"out Members were thanked for
of service" hearse, completewith the parties given at the nursing
coffin, parked In the school home, flowers placed In
lot. Handbills were passed out the sanctuary, and new fur
telling them follow the hearsethe niture purchased for the par- I ,
ryHundley next day.Tuesday e.
Nov ;
14 Is Homecoming for 'vM1i1
night at 7:30: p.m., b t the First United Methodist
some 500!) young people) met at Church followed by the Gainesville -
the Gateway Shopping Center District WSC-S-WSGm..t.
parking lot In Jacksonville and Ing from 3 to 5 o'clock. Everyone s t
began forming the"funeral pro- Is encouraged to' attend. ?
cession" with two Highway Patrol March Down Call Street Following the meeting Tues
cars leading the way to day morning, a Dutchtreatluncheon
an unknown destination. At the was enjoyed by the VL'h
next stop, the teens were escorted Chotts and goblins from Southslde Elementary School march down Call: Street approximately 30 members and ( ,rr a 9ta
"nightmare In small alley groups and through after In pre-Hallowe.n festivities Thursday afternoon. guests at the Holiday Inn. 9

I a "halry-scarey.1 sequence of
: stories, the young people heard Foley-Codwin BHS Majorettes
one of the country's leading Honor SponsorThe
youth speakers Rev. Eddy Evans Engagement
of Victory Baptist Church,
6swhnsmhrerr' BHS majorettes honored
Jacksonville. Sixteen teenagersare Col. and Mrs. Francis Ed-
-ONeil// reported to have accepted ward Foley of Chanute Air their sponsor Miss Jamie

Vows ExchangedIn Christ as a personal Saviour Force Base Rantoul, Dl. announce ner Caldwell Friday with afternoon a pre-game at din-the IT COULD BE HIS

Rhode Island/ following Bradford this County message.was well represented daughter the} Margaret engagement Ann of(Peggy their) Holiday 1M.CarrySng.out the Halloween HAPPIEST

with 100 young peo to Lt. James Brown Godwin,
motif the table was covered
Miss Mary Susan O'Nell. In surrounding communIties Jr., son of Mr and Mrs.James with an orange cloth with a
attendance. Sponsoringarea
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel First Brown Godwin, Sr. of Arcadia black witch centerpiece. Tiny
churches were: Baptist
O'Nell of Warwick, K.I., Lawtey, Rev. E.C.Harvey; formerly of Starke. Individual paper pumpkins,cen- 6uo
was married on October 3 to Trinity Baptist, Lake Butler Miss Folev graduated from tered with black cat,were usedto
Bruce C. Hundley, also of Rev. Bamle Hampton; and Pine I IA III Satellite High School Satellite mark the seating arrange-
Warwick, and son of Mr. and Level Baptist Rev.John Strick Beach, In 1968 and will receive ment. Favors of a memo note t
Mrs Glenn K. Hundley of the pad were given to each
land. Pine Level has a Wordof ni her B.A.. degree from Mary- guest
Florida State Prison. Club which : Terryt con. N. The girls attending were
Life meets each mount College, Let Him Have His Way WithA
The 4 p.m. ceremony In SI.Peter' Sunday at 6 p.m. The organi- Y. In December She made her Misses Camllle Gasset, SandI I
A Pair Of These Poll.Parrot
Church, Warwick was zation promotes many such programs II N debut at the First Military Debutante Morgan, Kay Epps and Anita
performed by Rev. Timothy for local teens and churches Ball In 1968 at Patrick Green. Boots. He'll Feel Ten Feet
Pren devllle. In the U. S. and Canada Air Force Base.
The bride, given In marriageby under careful supervision of Beta Sigma Phi Tall.Only
her father, wore an embroidered experienced adults. Lt Godwin graduated from $14.95STUMPS
organza grown designed The North Florida represen- Bradford High School In 1967
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will
and made by her aunt tative for Word of Life Inter- and from the U.S. Military A-
A floral meet Monday, Nov. 8, at 7:30
Mrs. Pauline Hoxsle.
national Rev. Gary L.Wheeler cademy In June 1971. He Is attending *
Illusion pjn. a t the home of Mrs. RIchard -
wreath held her silk
whose headquarters are In p4 Ranger School at Fort Rowe with Mrs. Wayne
veil.Miss Starke. In the last two week!I i dl t Bennlng, Ce. Donahoo as co-hostess. Guest
Barbara Hoxsle was he has e A 19 Is ,
helped put on five"Oper- December wedding
be from
speakers( will the
maid of honor, and the bridesmaids -
ation 'len- at the Cadet Chapel
Patricia Bea- Nightmares" from planned Northeast Florida Heart As
gan Miss were Miss Patricia Carlson, nessee to Florida. Halloween Costume Winners West, Point, N.Y. sociation.
On November 26, Word of
and Miss Janice Merithew. LUe will tour Disney World
George Moore was best man, Costume winners In Starke Elementary's Halloween Con-
with dinner and statewide rally BIG SAVINGS IN LATEST
and ushers were Dennis O' afterwards at Silver Spurs test last Friday were these four youngsters, two of which
Nell, brother of the bride, John Rodoo! Stadium. Information Is were chosen cutest and two ugliest. g.
O'Nell and Thomas Paggagal-
available at Pine Level
lo. Daniel O'Neil was lector. Church. The goal for this In the kiddie division, kindergarten through second grade
After a reception at the Is kindergartener Dottle Wliklson left daughter of Mr. and Fashion
Knights of Columbus round-up 10,000 young peo Mrs. Charles Wliklson of Starke, was chosen cutest. First
Warwick, the couple eftlfor ple.Area who grader Paul Farabee, ion of Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt Farabeeof '
people) played a big
a wedding trip to Daytona Beach. part In staging the"Nightmare"were Starke, was named ugliest.In SALE DAYS

They Falcon are, Warwick residing, 20 Wayne Hardy and Emory the grade 3-5 group fourth grader Tina Chasteen THRU SAT., NOV.I 6
Out of state guests were Mr Eunice of Lawtey, and Owen third from left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen,
and Mrs. Glenn K. Hundley Alvarez, Buddy Dyal,John Ken- was chosen cutest, fifth grader Freddie Mack, right, son OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
and daughter, Paula. ny Berry WhItehead and Rod- of Mr and Mrs. Frederick Mack of Starke, was chosen
ney Reddish of Starke. ugH."

Womans Club p.

To Meet Nov. 10 SPECIAL

The Starke Woman's Club
I will hold a luncheon meeting if PURCHASE
FOREMOST IN QUALITY and program on Wednesday,
Nov. 10, at 12:15: p.m. at the
114 W. OALL STREET PHONE 964-8344 club house. The program will rt
be under Miss Martha Sue
I McCain, chairman, and Mrs. q
John Greene, co-chairman.The ir Je
topic for discussion will be
Appreciation Days Sale! j "The Consumer Decides."


60" WIDE : For Mrs. GoodgeMrs.

Della Goodge celebrated P r, ,
Polyester Double Knit : her 76th birthday Wednesday / f r1 M"r
REG. night of last week when pn
30 family, friends and neigh-
Polyester Knit $4.98T0$6.98 YD. bors gave a surprise party for
her at her home on Euclid
Cake, ice cream and punch LADIES

SALE $3.88 YARD were Stephanie enjoyed. Dukes MULTI COMPARTMENT '

50" WIDEWosMIt Birthday PartyLittle DOUBLE HANDLE ,

Tarry Velour Knit brated her Stephanie second birthday Dukes cele-last TOTE BAGSHeavy iLADIES 'P A/ 9'

Friday when her parents, Mr. e
REG. $3.49
A Sale-$1.98 YD. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes gave a grained vinyl handbag in I/
small party for her at their four styles. Brown, black & tan.
54" WIDEWASHAIIE : home on Myrtle street
The party rooms were decorated -
SHABGNN MT : with balloons and the
youngsters were given noise

REG. $2.98 YD. Sale $1.79 YD. : .makers.was made The In the birthday suspect cake apuppy :$344 i (i 6

I dog with coconJt-lcJw.: !
Mrs. Charlie Hall assisted In

Many Other Fabrics On Sale I Mrvlng.

Dessert BridgeFor PANTSUITS
t '
All Sale Items Taken From Miss Stump

Regular Stock BOXER. JEANS r, Bonded acrylic pant

Mrs. Brian Hamilton entertained sets, tailored to $47
at seven tables of des SIZES 3. 6 perfection. Colorful
...rtTuesday night
We Appreciate Your honoring her aunt Miss Lillian solids and patterns
Stump on her birthday.
Centering the dessert tables $ VALUES TO .
BusinessPage were miniature fall flower' ar- _
r a; $11.99l
rangements. Mrs.Charles Dar OUR REG.
by and Mrs. Bandy Johns assisted -
Ii In serving.


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Big Bear BaggedIn

i OU3LkttOYUTrade. R Baker CountyA

recent bear hunt In Bator ONE DEVIL

County; proved successful when
Dr. Lynch a veterinarian from
the Southland Animal Hospital
4A In Jacksonville accompaniedby
.1 { Wayne Yarborough, of Mac
clenny, shot and killed a 200 .:
pound black bear. \ of
The animal was baRRed off a
241 and 278 west of Ocean Pond .-..
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Law-
at, near Interstate 10. This Is the
of JacksonvUle announce
son second bear killed In this vicinity -
the birth of a daughter, 1 Kimberly _
by the same hunthiggrc.ip.
Denice born Nov. 2 In 4SY
The first was killed two
St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. _
Lawson the former BarbaraSue ago. _

Edwards,.11 the daughterof ji.a _
Mrs. Robert Edwards
Mr. and -
i Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher 1vwr
of Jacksonville, former
Jr. attended the Florida For-
Starke residents. Paternal
est Festival and visited friends
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.W. ,
in Perry over the weekend.
E. Lawson of Starke.

Mro. Robert Case and children -
r al of Panama City; spent last
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas k1 week with her mother Mrs.
visited their son-in-law and
Lu Struth. She was accompanied
daugher, Mr. and Mrs. r
Shell home over the weekend by
Starling and daughter her mother and Mrs. George
In Arlington Texas last week. Miller, who also visited Col.
and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and fam-
Mrs. J.L. Gentry spent last ily at Fort Walton Beach on
week with Mr. and Mrs. H. Sunday. They were also accompanied -
C. BeaU In Macon, Ga. by Miss Anne

Haynes, who spent the week-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling
end with her brotherinlawand
will leave Friday for Arlington, Four (,em>rtttions; Of f L,Jpt'rsons/ sister Mr. and Mrs. Bob-
Texas where they will make
by Welch at Fort Walton Beach.
their home at 2119 Pecandale

Street. Mr. Starling recentlysold Four generations of the family of Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr.
his grocery store on W. returned Friday after surgeryIn
Madison Street. Raiford L. Epperson, son former Brad- Alachua General Hospital.

ford Sheriff W.J. Epperson, are shown In
Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez have lived Local admittances to Brad-
of Arlington. Texas are St. Petersburg where they ford County; Hospital this week ON
spending several days this week since the 1920's.At Include: Mrs. Ruby Parmenter,
with their parents, Mr. and left Is Mrs. Tessie Epperson, Mrs. Janice Goolsby,Miss Ruby
Mrs. Joe Starling and Mr. and Reams, Miss Margaret Griffls,
Mrs O.R. Alvarez Sr. wife of Raiford L. Epperson. At far Ardell Howard and MlssBrenda -

right Is their daughter, Mrs. Betty Mi- Sue Osteen. Starke; Miss UNENEWUSED
The Junior Woman's Club Executive Donna RIgdon and Miss Norma
Board met Monday zelle. At center In the photo Is Mrs. Jean Prevatt; Lawtey;Mrs.Dee

night, Oct. 26, at the homeof Cynthia Householder, holding her daughter Saxon, and Levi! Rhoden,Hampton
Mrs. John Bradley at Kings- Jo aged six weeks, and the ; Mrs. Louise Monroe Wal-
Kathye ,
ley Lake. do; Mrs. Mae Combs, Macclenny f
fourth generation of the family. ; and Mrs. Jane Dors, Key- /
Mr. and Mrs. James Otto Mrs. Eva Anderson of Starke and stone Heights. 4
of Largo were weekend guests
of Mrs. Otto's sister Mrs.L. W.J. Epperson Jr. of Starke and Raiford Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade ,

A. Canova. On Saturday night Epperson are brothers and sister. attended the UF-Auburn game
the Ottos and Mrs. Canova attended Sheriff served here and visited Mr. and Mrs. B. This Is A PRICE SALE
W.J. Epperson
a birthday dinner at H. Stallworth In Monroevllle. ,
the home of Miss Louise Marsh- from 1917 to 1936. Ala. over the weekend.
burn of Keystone Heights on Which Means That The Prices Listed
her 80th birthday anniversary. Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indiana-
Mrs. Marshburn l is a sisterof Dress For Dinner polls Ind. Is visiting her mother -
Mrs. Canova and Mrs. Otto. Caramel Apples Mrs. W. S. Slade this i On Each Used Car Has Just Got To Be
Other relatives attending the week.
dinner were Mr. and Mrs.
George Canova of Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long of The Lowest Used Car Prices In The
Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Levy Orlando spent the weekend with
Canova of Orange Park. Mr. Long's mother Mrs. T. T.

Mrs. Edith Christiansen of Long. State OF Florida!

New Orleans, La. Is spendingfour Mr. and Mrs. Dewey War-
months with her sister, ren of Waycross: Ga. visited
Mrs. W. H. Hart, and family. Mrs. J. S. Sapp over the week- y
She was accompanied here by end.
L. E. Moseley Jr.,
her son,
_ _
who remained for four days Mr. and Mrs. W. T. JacksonJr.

visit. M. Ga.. and over sons the weekend were In visiting Adele 1970 OLDS,88 4 DOOR 1968 OLDS 88 4 DOOR

Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mr. relatives.
and Mrs. J. C. Vlnlng of Pa- Dork Green Point, Light Top, Power Steering, Power Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Heater, Air Con.
latka attended a family reunionat Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Glover Brak., Air Conditioned, Factory Warranty. dition.d Gold And Whit.
the home of Mrs. Charlie attended the UF-Auburn game
Wiggins In Stockton, Ga. on 3The and went on to Birmingham,
Sunday. Ala. on business from Fridayto S3ID.i 52850 $2195 $1699 Monday.

children Mrs. Gladys and Weldon their families had her Caramel Apple--a longtime favorite confection of the Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- 1970 PONTIAC GTO COUPE 1968 OLDS 98 LUXURY SEDAN

home during the weekend: Mr. young and young at hearthas been crowned with a deliciouscheesy visited relatives In Marys-
topping and has emerged ana gins Power .. Dark Blue Paint With Blue Full Power
Console Interior
C. M. Patrick of crust a whipped cream from to tirtf&ti Equip.
and Mrs. vllle, Term Tuesday '
West Florida, Mr. and Mrs.S. new desert treat, the Caramel Apple. Dumpling. Monday.Mr. Mag. Wheels $2750And ment And Air Conditioned, "CLEAN"S39D.i

A. Weldon of Macclenny CuruiwI Apple Djimplinic "S22DS. $1799
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wel- 2 cups flour 28 Kraft Caramels and Mrs. Marc Jackson
don of Jacksonville. and daughters attended the
l/4 teaspoon salt / cup water
3* cup Parkay Margarine V4 cup chopped walnuts Williston High School home- 1971 FORD PINTO COUPE 1967 OLDS 98 LUXURY SEDAN
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford l'/2 cups ((6 ozs.) shredded 6 medium baking apples coming last Friday night.
of Anna, Dl. are Thursday and Cracker Barrel Brand peeled cored Big 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 Speed, Radio, Heater, Custom Soh White With Black Trim Loaded With Equipment,
Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. Natural Sharp '/ cup heavy cream. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cros- Interior And Exterior, 12,000 Mile Like N.w. Very Clean, One Owner Car.
C. Early. Cheddar Cheese whipped by and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
4 to 6 tablespoons water 6 maraschino cherries their
Bryan celebrated anniversaries $2195 $1850 SI QS. $1499
Combine flour and salt Cut in margarine until mixture resembles with a visit to the
CARD OF THANKS coarse crumbs; stir in cheese. Sprinkle with water
1 The family of Alice H. Mc- while mixing( lightly with a fork; form in hall. Divide into Kapok the Tree weekend.Inn at Clearwaterover 1971 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO 1969 DODGE 4 DOOR SEDAN
Intosh wlshto express grate- three equal portions Roll out each on lightly floured surface
ful appreciation for the to 14 x 7-inch rectangle; cut into two 7-inch squares, Light Yellow PaintTan Interior Power Steering And
many in douhle boiler Mrs. E. A. Winkler and Mrs. Red With Black 'I Top, Stero Tape Power
Melt caramels with water or saucepan over System .
kind of Power Brakes Radio Heater Air Cond. 383 V8 Engine
expressions sympathy ,
low heat, stir until sauce is smooth. Add nuts Place appleon Julia Underhill! will go to St. Steering, Power Braes, Air. Conditioned, A Lovely I Car. ,
flowers, food and wavers! extended each .pastry square Fill each center with one tablespoon Petersburg this weekend to get Auto. Tran*., X County Patrol I Car, Good Cond.
i to her during her Illness caramel sauce. Fold pastry corners to centers: pinch together Mrs. Wlnkler's sister, Mrs. S399S. $3499
\y and to us during our bet Bake at 42,00. 30 to 35 minutes Top with remaining caramel Kitty; Hoppenstedt and bring her $1895. $1399
reavement. sauce whipped cream and cherries Makes 6 servings.
back for a month's visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Miss Kathy Casey was the
and family of Tampa spent the weekend guest of Miss Linda Full Power And Air Conditioned, 5,000 Mile. Like New Clean, Power Steering, Power Broke, Air Conditioned
weekend with thelrparents Mr. Pitts In Jacksonville. In Every Way, Factory Warranty And All New WSW Tire
'- THE BOOT LEG and Mrs. N.B. Rosier at the
State Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stonerof $3995 $3695 $1095. $799
u2 BEST-LOOKING LEG OF ALL Sherrod Hamilton In Starke. Ocala were weekend guestsof
,... I They attended the wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. George W. 1968 OLDS TORONADO
( : fo Miss Patricia Rosier to Ken- Brown. The Browns also had 1966MERCURYs4nDOOR
; t neth Snover Saturday night. as Saturday night supper guests 37,000 Mile Clean, This Car Has Everything You Power
1 ...-:, Christn1a5 I Charles Green son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Boyce of Can Buy On A Car, Including Stero AM/FM And Tap. Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Heater, White Vinyl
Starke and Mrs. Boyce Sr. of Trim.
and Mrs. Herbert Green, who
-... Lake City
I broke his leg at school two $2695. $1995 "SI69.S.. $799

Prawn!Her W ahA weeks ago returned to school Friends of Mrs. W.B. Sewell
I Tuesday. will to hear that she
fair; Of Throe suffered a stroke last weekendat 1969 CHEVELLE 4 DOOR 1966 CHEVELLE 396
I Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos the home of her cousin Miss

and family of Birmingham, Jane Spence, in Columbus, Ga. CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN, V8, Automatic Trans iu. Power Steering, Power Brak.s, Air Conditioned, Automatic
PersonalityBOOTS I Ala. have moved to Orange Air Conditioned Power
:! Brakes Power Steering
A8nr! Transmission, Bucket Seats And Console..
Park Mice
where Mr.
Kopelousos Miss Barbara Hoyt of Win Car All The Way.
'=- i will maintain his own law of- ter Haven was the weekend

I fice.Mr. guest of Miss Patricia Ann $2193. $1799 $ $899
and Mrs. Henry Graddlck
FASHION FOR HER I of Dothan, Ala. spent the week-
FEET WITH tONPWARMTH. end with Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Barrettand
I .Lawson.. Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bartlett .-

:I spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Like Before On Brand New
A SMART WAY Mrs. Martha Moore of Orange Save Never
Park was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
TO SAY; Mrs. Bess Burns, Mrs. W.F. visited Mrs. Dansby's mother

Merry Chrwtnuu Oster, and Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw. zark Mrs. Ala.Marvin Sunday Andrews to Tuesdayof In O- 1971 Chevrolets Left In Our Inventory.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion last week.
I 11.95 To 19.95 find family have moved to their

home on Hall Lake Keystone .
Heights. AMS/1 and Mrs. THE: BRADFORD
Marshall Murner and familyof COUNTY TELEGRAPH t
Texas are renting the Champion
home on Short street. Mr. Published cvfty TburuUrI
J Murner is stationed at the 138 W. Gill Street

: Jacksonville: NAS. SUrfce. Florid 3209

See.... class postage paid
Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlantais '
spending several weeks with a' &SUrke Florid U. S. :301! hSTARKE Phone 961-7500 q

( \ her daughter, Mrs. H.M. Hat Sebecrlplloa Rates:
i cher and Col. Hatcher.Mr. FLORIDA"Sooner
!. trade area M." per ,

:yejrr; W.7S sis moaUui.OaUUe .
and Mrs.Mark Moody returned -
STUMP'S Tuesday from a two trade treat WJe Later Your Favorite Dealer"
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. per year] I3.M six menthf
Wilbur Waters In Hawaii.

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Little Women's Club BirthsMr.

;.., : WSCS LuncheonMeeting and Mrs Martin Henry
Bazaar PlannedBy Teens TreatedTo The Little Women's Club Hampton, announce the
AuxiliaryThe Unusual J Held will meet Monday night at birth of a liOn, ChristopherDaniel
? at the club house
7:30 p.m. Oct. 30, In Brad
.. on
Halloween EventOne .. 1' p Tuesday MorningMrs. with Mrs. Joyce Riherd, Public County Hospital.
Bradford County Hospital se Health Nurse, as speaker.
will have their --- I
Auxiliary Alfred Vaught. presi
annual fall bazaar thli Friday. dent-elect 01 the Gainesville
and Saturday from 9 a.m. to of the most unu.ualllaJ.. district WSCS, spoke on whatit real he-man
5 P.m. In the vacant store a- loween programs, known as ?. r means to be a member of He wants a
cross from Stump's. "Operation Nightmare," was the WSCS and objectives of
The bazaar will feature assorted conducted on October 28 for the society at the program
gifts,plants,baked goods teenagers of Starke and other v meeting held Tuesday mornIng ) 8-5 O Oyfr'
and homemade candles, gifts Northeast Florida towns The F In the sanctuary: of the
for children,preserves Jellies, program was sponsored by First United Methodist Church.
and an assortmentof homemade Word of Life Clubs and area Mrs. A.J. Eaves presided at
Items. Mrs.George Canova Is In churches, providing Halloween the business meeting at which
charge of arrangement thrills for hundreds of teen time she was elected as a delegate -
The money will go toward the agers. to the Florida Conference i
Auxiliary's many worthwhile Oct. 25 annual meeting at Lakeland
On Monday morning, ,
DrotecU.HundhyONeil Nov 6. i
as school busses pulled In at >a9 a
Members thanked for
BUS, the students spied an"out were
the parties given at the nursing
of service" hearse, completewith
coffin, parked In the school home, flowers placed In
the sanctuary, and new fur-
lot. Handbills were passed out
telling them follow the hearse niture purchased for the par- I 90llI

the next day.Tuesday onajte.
Nov. 14 Is Homecoming for
night at 7:30: p.m., the First United Methodist ji
some 500 young people met at Church followed by the Gainesville ; llI :
Center WSCS.WSGmeet-. "
the Gateway Shopping t 1 I Ih
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parking lot In Jacksonville and Ing from 3 to 8 o'clock. Everyone -
began forming the"funeral pro Is encouraged to' attend.
cession" with two Highway Patrol Witches March Dawn can Street Following the meeting Tuesday gL
1 the toan
cars leading way morning, a Dutch-treat .
unknown destination. At the luncheon was enjoyed by the e
next stop the teens were escorted Ghosts end goblins from South.Id. Elementary School march down Call Str..t approximately 30 members and r
In small groups through In pre-Hallow festivities afternoon. guests at the Holiday Inn.
"nightmare alley and after
a "halry-.carey,1 sequence of csti :
f stories, the young people heard FoleyGodwinEngagement BHS Majorettes
one of the country's leading Honor SponsorThe
youth speakers, Rev. Eddy Evans t
of Victory Baptist Church
majorettes honored
Jacksonville. Sixteen teenagersare Col. and Mrs. Francis Ed-.
their Miss Jamie
reported to have accepted ward Foley of Chanute Air sponsor
Vows ExchangedIn Christ as a personal Saviour tor Force Base, Rantoul. Al. announce ner Caldwell Friday, with afternoon a pre-game at din the IT COULD BE HIS
following this message. f r the engagement of their Inn.Carrying
Rhode Island l Bradford County; was well represented daughter Margaret Ann(Peggy) Holiday out the Halloween HAPPIESTLet

with 100 young people to Lt. James Brown Godwin, motif the table was covered
from surrounding communities Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.James with
Miss Mary Susan O'Nell, an orange cloth with a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan In attendance. Sponsoring Brown Godwin, Sr. of Arcadia black witch centerpiece. Tiny
churches were:FlrstBap-
iel O'Nell of Warwick R.I., area tist. Lawtey, Rev. E.C.Harvey; formerly of Starke. Individual paper pumpkins,cen-
was married on October 3 to Trinity Baptist, Lake Butler. a I Miss Foley graduated from tered with a black cat,were usedto
Bruce C. Hundley, also of Rev. Barnle Hampton; and Pine 1 Satellite High School. Satellite mark the seating arrange
Warwick, and son of Mr. and Level Baptist,Rev.JohnStrlck- Beach, in 1968 and will receive ment. Favors of a memo notepad i
Mrs. Glenn K. Hundley of the land. Pine Level has a Wordof :j her B.A. degree from Mary- were given to each guest.
Florida State Prison Life Club which meets each r_ ; :. I mount College, Terr town, N. The Camllle girls attending wereMisses Him Have His Way With
The 4 p.m. ceremony In St. Sunday at 6 p.m. The organization Y. In December. She made her Gasset Sand V A Pair Of These Poll-Parrot
Peter's Church, Warwick, was promotes many such programs I' debut at the First Military Debutante Morgan, Kay Epps and Anita
performed by Rev. Timothy for local teens and churches Ball In 1968 at Patrick Green. Boots. He'll Feel Ten Feet

Prendevtlle. In the U. S. and Canada I Air Force Base.
The bride, given In marriageby under careful supervision of aI1J t JJ Beta Sigma Phi Tall.Only
her father, wore an embroIdered experienced adults. ,, ii Lt. Godwin: graduated from $14.95STUMPS
organza grown designed The North Florida representative i, t Bradford High School In 1967 Beta Sigma Phi sorority; will
and made by her aunt, for Word of Life inter- J y and from the U.S. Military A- meet Monday, Nov. 7:30
Mrs. Pauline Hoxale. A floral Rev. L.Wheeler In June 1971. He Is attending
national Is Gary cademy pjn. at the home of Mrs. RIchard -
wreath held her silk Illusion whose headquarters( are In yamt Ranger School at Fort Rowe with Mrs. Wayne

veil. Starke. In the last two weeks tt Bennlng, Ca. Donahoo as co-hostess. Guest
Miss Barbara HOXile was he has five"Oper w- A December 19 Is ,
helped put on wedding speakers<, 'will be from the a
maid of honor, and the bridesmaids -
ation Nightmares" from :'len- planned at the Cadet Chapel, Northeast Florida Heart As-
were Miss Patricia Bea- nessee to Florida.On Halloween Costume WinnersCostume West Point, N.Y. sociation.
Miss Patricia Carlson,
gan November 26, Word of
and Miss Janice Merit ow. Life will tour Disney World --
George Moore was best man, with dinner and a statewide ral- winners in Starke Elementary's Halloween Contest BIG SAVINGS IN LATEST
and ushers were Dennis O' ly afterwards at Silver Spurs last Friday were these four youngsters, two of which
Nell, brother of the bride John Rodeo Stadium. Information U were chosen cutest and two ugliest.
O'Nell, and Thomas Paggagal- Pine Level
available at Baptist
In the kiddie division, kindergarten through second grade,
lo. Daniel O'Nell was lector The for this
After a reception at the Church. goal kindergartener Bottle Wllklson, left, daughter of Mr. and Fashions
Knights of Columbus Hall In round-up Is 10,000 young peo Mrs. Charles Wllklson of Starke, was chosen cutest. First
Warwick, the couple left fora ple.Area who grader Paul Farabee, son of Rev. and Mrs. DeWltt Farabeeof
people played big
wedding trip to Daytona Beach. part staging the"Nightmare"were Starke, was named ugliest.In SALE DAYSTHRU

They are now residing at 20 Wayne Hardy and Emory the grade 3-5 group fourth grader Tina Chasteen, SAT. NOV.I 6
Falcon Ave., Warwick R.I. Eunice of Lawtey, and Owen ,
third from left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen,
Out of state guests were Mr. Alvarez Buddy Dyal,John Ken. was chosen cutest. Fifth grader Freddie Mack, right son OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Mrs. Glenn K. Hundley
and ny Berry WhItehead, and Rod of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Mack of Starke, was chosen
and daughter, Paula. ney Reddish of Starke.

ugliest.Woman Club r I

To Meet Nov. 10

The Starke Woman's Club
will hold a luncheon meeting
IN QUALITY and program on Wednesday,, 6
Nov. 10, at 12:15: P.m. at the
114 W. CALL STREET PHONE 964.8344 club house. The program will \
Martha Sue
be under Miss I ,
McCain, chairman, and Mrs,
John Greene, co-chairman. I
topic for discussion will be + rr1'r
Appreciation Days Sale! "The Consumer Decides." e

Birtfidby PartyForMrs.

60" WIDE Goodge :

Mrs Delia Goodge celebrated r t t t' \ ,
Polyester Double Knit her 76th birthday Wednesday 0 t M
REG. night of last week when
30 family' friends and neighbors -
Polyester Knit w.98Toi6.98 YD. gave a surprise oartv for /
her at her home on Euclid
Cake, Ice cream and punch LADIES w
were enjoyed.

SALE $3.88 YARD Stephanie Dukes MULTI COMPARTMENT ; fA,

50" WIDE Birthday PartyLittle DOUBLE HANDLETOTE 1 6J I ,

n TLITb WcoJwUt Tarry VtJour Knit her Stephanie second birthday Dukes celebrated last- BAGSHeavy pe

REG. $3.49 YARD Sale 81.98 YD. and Friday Mrs.when J.C.her Dukes parents gave Mr.a grained vinyl handbag In 1/ ; Cr

small party; for her at their four styles. Brown, black & tan. '9 r ,6}
54" WIDEWASHABLE home on Myrtle street
The party; rooms were decorated -
; SHAT WON lIlT I with balloons and the $
: youngs ters were given noise 44 vY

RED $2.98 YD. ,makers. The birthday cake h dOUR
Sale '1.79 YD. 3 t a ?
was made in the shape of a '
puppy dog with coconut: Icing. REG.
Mrs. Charlie Hall assisted In $3.99

Many Other Fabric On Sale erring. LADIES

Dessert Bridge PANTSUITS

;,. t All Sale Items From
For Miss Stump
Stocks !
Regular BOXER JEANS r Bonded acrylic pant
Mrs. Brian Hamilton entertained sets tailored to 47

at seven tables of dessertbridge .: SIZES 3. 6 perfection. Colorful $7
Tuesday night<.
We Appreciate Your honoring Stump her on aunt her Miss birthday 141Uan -, I solids and patterns

Centering the dessert tablet; S / TO
00 ,
Business were miniature fall flower arrangements. -y $11.99
Mrs.Charles Darby r OUR REG CMAP@-(
and Mrs. Randy Johns assisted $1.29Gladys l
la serving.

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:& toplt Bou¬o .i In Baker CountyA

..... recent bear hunt In Baker ONE DEVIL
/0. County proved successful when
Dr. Lynch, a veterinarian from
the Southland Animal Hospital
I ; Ca1:1ae. In Jacksonville, accompanied
I by Wayne Yarborough, of Mac
1 a e. clenny, shot and killed a 200
pound black bear. ola
The animal was banged off
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Law- 241 and 278 west of Ocean Pond v
ton of Jacksonville announce near Interstate 10. This la the
the birth of a daughter, Kim- second bear killed In this vicinity
berly Denice, born Nov. 2 In by the lamehuntuiggroiip.
St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. The first was killed two years
Lawson, the former BarbaraSue ago.
Edward. .Is the daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed-
wards of Jacksonville, former Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher tt
Starke residents. Paternal cnNt Jr. attended the Florida For-
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. h n tYr est Festival and visited friends I,
W. E. Lawson of Starke. l i7 'fitf In Perry over the weekend.

Mrs. Robert Case and child-

Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas ren of Panama City spent last
visited their son-in-law and week with her mother, Mrs.
Lu Struth. She was accompanied -
daugher Mr. and Mrs. Frank
,scs9'Four home over the weekend by
Starling and daughter Shelly, l'r
in Arlington, Texas last week. her mother and Mrs. George '
Miller who also visited Col.
Mrs. J.L. Gentry spent last and Mrs. R. G. Kldd and fam-
week with Mr. and Mrs. H. ily at Fort Walton Beach on
C. Beall In Macon. Ga. Sunday. They were also accompanied
by Miss Anne

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starlingwill Haynes, who spent the week-

Texas leave where Friday they for will Arlington make (,<>m>r
their home at 2119 Pecandale by Welch, at Fort Walton Beach.

Street. Mr. Starling recentlysold
his grocery store on W. Four generations of the family of Mrs. B. C. Holtzondorf Sr.

Madison Street. Raiford L. Epperson, son former Brad- returned Alachua Friday General after Hospital.surgeryin

ford Sheriff W.J. Epperson, are shown In
Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez ...
Local admittances to Brad- .,
where have lived
St. they
Texas Petersburg
of Arlington are
ford County Hospital this ON
spending several days this week since the 1920's.At Include: Mrs. Ruby Parmenter,
with their parents Mr. and Is Tessie Mrs. Janice Goolsby,Miss Ruby
Joe and left Mrs. Epperson,
Mrs. Starling Mr.
Reams, Miss Margaret Grtffls, .
Mrs. O.R. Alvarez Sr. wife of Raiford L. Epperson. At far Ardell Howard, and MlssBren-

The Junior Woman's Club Executive right Is their daughter, Mrs. Betty MI- da Sue Osteen, Starke; Miss UKENEWUSED
Board met Monday zelle. At center In the photo Is Mrs. Donna Rlgdon and Miss Norma
Jean Prevatt Lawtey;Mrs.Dee t
night Oct. 26, at the homeof Householder holding her daugh-
Cynthia Saxon, and Levi Rhoden.Hampton -
ley Mrs.Lake.John Bradley at Kings- ter, Kathye Jo, aged six weeks, and the ; Mrs. Louise Monroe, Wal-
do; Mrs. Mae Combs, Macclen- CARSThis
fourth generation of the family. ny; and Mrs. Jane Dors, Keystone -
Mr. and Mrs. James Otto Mrs. Eva Anderson of Starke and Heights 4
of Largo were weekend guests
of Mrs. Otto's sister, Mrs. W.J. Epperson Jr. of Starke and Raiford Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Slade
L. A. Canova. On Saturday night Epperson are brothers and sister. attended the UF-Auburn game

the Ottos a and birthday Mrs. Canova dinner attended at Sheriff W.J. Epperson served here and visited Mr. and Mrs. B. Is A PRICE SALE
H. Stallworth in ,
the home of Miss Louise Marsh- from 1917 to 1936. Ala. over the weekend. .
burn of Keystone Heights on That The Prices Listed
Which Means
her 80th birthday anniversary. Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indiana-

of Mrs.Other Mrs.Marshburn relatives Canova and attending Is Mrs.a sister Otto.the Caramel Apples Dress For Dinner polls week.,, Ind.Mrs.Is W.visiting S. Slade her mother this- D : On Each Used Car Has Just Got To Be

dinner were Mr. and Mrs.

Lake George and Canova Mr. and of Mrs.KIngsley Levy Orlando Mr. and spent Mrs.the Dave weekend Long with of The Lowest Used Car Prices In The

Canova of Orange Park. Mr. Long's mother, Mrs. T. T.

Mrs. Edith Christiansen of Long. State OF Florida!

New Orleans, La. Is spending Mr. and Mrs. Dewey War- \
four months with her sister ren of Waycross, Ga. visited (
Mrs. W. H. Hart and family. ty '
Mrs. J. S. Sapp over the week- '
She was accompanied here by end.
her son, L. E. Moseley Jr.,
who remained for four days Mr. and Mrs. W. T. JacksonJr.

:;I visit. Ga.. and over sons the weekend were in visiting Adele 1970 01.05,88 4 DOOR 1968 OLDS 88 4 DOOR
Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mr. relatives.Mr. .

and Mrs. J. C. Vining reunionat of Pa- f. Dark Green Paint, Light Top Power Steering, Power Power Steering, Power Brake, Radio, Heater, Air Conditioned .
latka the attended home of a family Mrs. Charlie and Mrs. W. S. Glover Brake, Air Conditioned, Factory Warranty. Gold And Whit.
attended the UF-Auburn game
In Stockton Ca. on
Wiggins and went on to Birmingham,
Sunday. Ala. on business from Fridayto $3105 52650 $2905 $1699

Monday.Mr. .
Mrs. Gladys Weldon had her
children and their families The Caramel Apple.-a longtime favorite confection of the and Mrs. George Hug- 1970 PONTIAC GTO COUPE 1968 OLDS 98 LUXURY SEDAN
weekend Mr. and at heart.-has been crowned with delicious
home during the : young young a
and Mrs. C. M. Patrick of cheesy crust, a whipped cream topping and baa. emerged an gins vllle,visited Tenn.relatives from Tuesday In Mary s-to Power St..rlng' And Brakes Bucket Seat And Con.ole, Dark Blue Paint With Blue Interior, Full Power Equipment .
West Florida, Mr. and Mrs.S. a new clefwert treat the Caramel Apple Dumpling. Monday.Mr. Mag. Wheels And Air Conditioned And Air Conditioned, "CLEAN"
A. Weldon of Macclenny,
and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wel- 2 cups flour Cur n1t'1 Apple 28 DpmplittKM.Kraft Caramels and Mrs. Marc Jack 329 $2750 "S229.S.. $1799
don of Jacksonville. salt and attended the
ttea.poon % cup water son daughters
3i cup Parkay Margarine Vi cup chopped walnuts Williston High School home- 1971 FORD PINTO COUPE 1967 OLDS 98 LUXURY SEDAN
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanfordof 1 1V4 rupa (A I om.) shredded 6 medium baking apples coming last Friday night.
Anna, HI. are Thursday and Cracker Barrel Brand peeled cored Big 4 Cylinder Engine, 4 Speed, Radio, Heater, Custom Soft White With Black Trim, Loaded With Equipment,
Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. Natural Sharp V4 cup heavy cream Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby Interior And Exterior, 12,000 Mile. Like New. Very Clean, One Owner Cor.
Cheddar Cheese
C. Early. whipped
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
4 to 6 tablespoons water 6 maraschino cherries
celebrated their anniversaries S2IDS $1850
Combine flour and salt, Cut in margarine until mixture re- Bryan $1095 $1499
with visit to the
nemblea coarse crumbn; Mir in cheese. Sprinkle with water
1 The family of Alice II. Mc- while mixing lightly with a fork; form in ball. Divide into Kapok Tree Inn at Clearwaterover
Intosh wish i to express grate- three equal portions.. Roll out each on lightly floured surface the weekend. 1971 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO 1969 DODGE)() 4 DOOR SEDAN
ful appreciation for the many to 14 x 7-infh rectangle; cut into two 7-inch Squares Yellow Paint Tan
kind expressions:!\ of sympathy, Melt caramels with water in double boiler or saucepan over Mrs. E. A. Wlnkler and Mrs. Red With Black I .tem, Power Interior Power Steering And.
flowers, food and oravem extended low heat; stir until sauce is smooth. Add nuta. Place appleon Julia Underhlll will go to St. Steering I Power Braes, Air. ConditioneJ I A Lovely I Car. Power Brakes, Radio, Heater, Air Cond., 383 V8 Engine.
' to her during her ill- each pantry amiare. Fill each center with one tablespoon Petersburg this weekend to get Auto. Trans., X County Patrol Car, Good Cond.

\ ness and to us during our be- caramel Bake at sauce.425, 30 Foul to 35 pustry minutes.corners Top to with centers remaining; pinch together.caramel Mrs. Winkler's sister, Mrs. "S3995. $3499 "SI895. $1399
reavement. Kitty Hoppenstedt and bring
saute whipped cream and cherriea. Makes 6 servings.
I' back for a month's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamiltonand Miss Kathy Casey was the
family of Tampa spent the weekend guest of Miss Linda Full Power And Air Conditioned, 5,000 Miles. Like Hew Clean, Power Steering, Power Brakes. Air Conditioned,
THE BOOT LEG weekend with their parents, Mr. Pitta In Jacksonville.Mr. In Every Way, Factory Warranty And All. New WSW Tire.
and Mrs. N.B. Rosier at the
State Farm, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L.M. Stonerof $3995 $3695 Sl DS. $799
Sherrod Hamilton In Starke.
Ocala were weekend guests
".. They attended the wedding of of Mr. and Mrs. George W. 1968 OLDS TORONADO 1966 MERCURY 4 DOOR
for Miss Patricia Rosier to !Kenneth Brown. The Browns also had
Christmas Snover Saturday night. as Saturday night supperguests 37,000 Mile. Clean, This Car Has Everything, You V8 Automatic Transmission, Air Conditioned, Power
Charles Green, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Boyce of Can Buy On A Car, Including Stero AM'FM And Tape Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Heater, White Vinyl
Starke and Mrs. Boyce Sr. of Trim
and Mrs. Herbert Green, who
broke his leg at school two Lake City.Friends. $26D5 $1995 "SI99 $799
weeks returned to school
firewnl Her Wish ago of Mrs. W.B. Sewell
A fair Of Then Tuesday. will regret to hear that she
suffered a stroke last weekendat 1969 CHEVELLE 4 DOOR 1966 CHEVELLE 396
Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos the home of her cousin Miss.

and family of Birmingham, Jane Spence, In Columbus, Ga. CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN, V8, Automatic Transmit, Power Steering Power Brak.. Air
Conditioned Auto.
PersonalityBOOTS Ala. have moved to Orange Ion, Air Conditioned, Power Brake, Power Steering,
matic Transmission Bucket Seats .
Park where Mr. Kopelousos And
Miss Barbara Hoyt of Win- A Nice Car All The Way.
=-- will maintain his own law office. ter Haven was the weekend

guest of Miss Patricia Ann -s2I9i $1799 1U29S. $899
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Craddlck( Edwards.Mr. .
FASHION FOR HER of Dothan Ala. spent the week-
FEET WITH LONG end with Mr. and Mrs. J.T. and Mrs. Johnny Barrett
Lawson, and Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bart-

SMART WARMTH.A WAY. Mrs. Martha Moore of Orange lett spent Sunday at Cedar Key. Save like Never Before On Brand New

Park was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
TO SAY: Mrs. Bess Bums, Mrs. W.F. visited Mrs.
Dansby's mother,
w Merry Chrutnuu Oster, and Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw. Mrs., Ala.Marvin Sunday Andrews to Tuesdayof In Ozark 1971 Chevrolets Left In Our Inventory.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion last week.
17.95 To 19.95STUMP'S and family have moved to their
home on Hall Lake, Keystone
Height AMS/1 and Mrs. THE BRADFORD
Marshall Murner and family COUNTY TELEGRAPH t
of Texas are renting the Champion -
home on Short street. Mr. bUbed every 'J1aandaF
Murner Is stationed at the
t at US W. Street
Jacksonville NAS.
Starts Florid 3200 r

... ,
See. claw postage paid
Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta '
is spending several weeks with .I &&ute, Florid U. S. :301 North Phone 964.7500STARKE

f\ her daughter, Mrs. H.M. Hat SeheerlpUon Rates:
cher,, and Col. Hatcher.Mr. FLORIDA"Sooner
la trade. area *S..N peryam .

and Mrs Mark Moody: returned ..; ...,, six month I
Tuesday from a two o..cJ trad* area Q.6per / Dealer"
Later Your
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs Purl j S3.M six menUif or
Wilbur Waters In Hawaii.

November 4. 1971 Telegraph: Page 3t

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To Help On DowntownFrom Fernandina ;:: ; arbitration.has compromUed The school with board other Corporate Tax County To SLihmiy

contractor: In charging late

( Page I) Preview. 1'I .II.i.'y..l.' :! penalties aafd.A special' Supt.meeting. Tom will Casey be h Approved. Improve Roads. Directors

(Folll Page 1)) : called when the architect has (From Page 1)) (From Are Named
I \ his recommendation ready for Page 1))

than Is a surplus of parking 1). : the board's consideration, but The vote by prec1ncta (yes
"Everybody here agrees thatw.'r. In the city.Violators. The seven man Pirate front ? _iIf& probably not before the latter vote first waSI specifications for the new ma
losing a great number of the parking time averages 184-plus pounds per ;g part of next week accordingto I (Lawtey City Hal)) 141. 48. chine for the board. He said New members were appptnt-
of customers to Jacksonville limits, said the former police man, the biggest forewall the ,I Assistant Supt.Connie Clark.In 2 (Mast Lawtey) 88.. 28. d livery Power gets the bids, ed to the Bradford County Library
and Gainesville that"we should chief, are the merchants them- BHS defense will face with possibly other action, the school 3 (Fafl'P'OU/lds) 64; 35. can be made Immed Advisory Board by \the
be keeping at home, he add- Au- 4 (Auto Inspection Lately from the firms' stock In
selves and their employees.In the exception of St. board: Station) County Commission Monday.
ed and got no argument
73jf. 8* Jacksonville. The live are: Miss Norma
"Our other action, the Council: gustine. I -received a from Auditor
Is to Instill report -
purpose 5 (BUS) 177
70. Martha Dorko
Ir ; Canov Mrs. ,
a new pride In merchants, local 1970-71-Moved budget quickly of $1.3 to adopt million its Fernandina Is expected to A r NeU of Tucker the school on an examination 6 (Baytass Hwy.) 62; 30. -Gave Its okay for the Historical George.Winkler, Mrs. A. Russell -
government, and citizens show the Tornadoes a varietyof system's 7 (RJE) 98 1. Society to remove a Norman, and Mrs. Desta
The board
delayed two Internal accounts. Tuc- ;
whole Sanders
as a Attorney bronze plaque bearing the
formations and to 8 (
after a mix up In giving merit made several Armory) 180; 88. Dyal.
ker recommendations
told the council. "No one here names of the board members
run some tricky stuff, Coach 9 (Southslde commission made the
In which +: ) 155 66. The
more the main ;
pay one being
will disagree there is a real Hurse when the old courthouse was
says. 10 ( under its home
need to Improve the downtown raises were granted by City Ci'T' that the board should adopt a Theressa) 125; 48. built to be removed and placedIn appointments
The Pirates
to date have lost 11 ( Previously such
Clerk Merrill Edwards than Hampton) 103; 36. rule powers. ,
of the
formal policy handling
he added. lie called for the of the historical
more 34-7 caN
to Class 4-A
City. 12 ( were made by the
the $4,000 the council had bud- .,; accounts. Library 83; 43. appointments
communication between merchant 26-13 "'fI'' society. Hamilton's motion to
to Bolles
56-0 to St.
geted for them. Edwards reworked bids J3A (Terwlllegar's) 150 68. governor.The .
on heavy e- ;
and landlords the In the
citing a lave plaque placed
Augustine and 31-20 to Palatka. 13B (Graham) 28 Bradford library has Its
the budget, withdrawingall and audio 7.
need for them to work H.C Wynn qulpment equipment courthouse not
together new was supported -
They beaten Jacksonville 14 New In for state funds.
) application
pay raises as the council and turned both sets ; 34.
to Improve buildings. the board preferring to
White and Clay High ISA ( recommended by the
Brooker It
) 84 was
The had Instructed two weeks ago, over to the school staff to ; 25.
appearance let the historical society decide -
and It was adopted with llttl: 10-0. 15B (New River) 47 17. state librarian,, who must give
H.C. evaluate. Sawyer asked that In ;
was planned to lay a ground work Wynn where It will go. Bryan OK the to
for county
the receive
for future work. The committee comment Tuesday night The.< "Our boys will see we can the future the board be sent also suggested! the historical funds
hopes to be able to go $4,000 has been placed In the From copies of bids Just as U each sign on Call Street at the old state library that
all the then we've each member of the advisory
budget and will be disbursed go way ; member were a bidder.
back to the council as Its workprogresses. Tax counthouse be moved to Tem-
by the council Itself at a later worked hard enough (for It." Road DepL "I hate like heck to come Hearing .. ple Ave. In front of the new board from a different county -
'm sure a face lifting would date and after the president's The Tornadoes will be with- In here cold turkey.0" he laid. courthouse.
out the services of defensive missioner Ralph Bryan, In recommending -
help Bradford County; I mean, wage and price freeze Supt. Casey Instructed the vo- -Was told by Clerk Gib Brown
(From the
Starke," Councilman Billy Noe- safety and wide receiver GM- tech staff to abide by the request Page \1)) that his office Is turning $2- appontments
ends.Was II
told by Street Supt. Flynn who has a badly sprained C. Wynn, employee of the said the state librarian's recommendation -
gel said "I'm sure the council 283.21 In unspent funds backto
ankle after the Green Cove Bradford County Head Department has been car-
S. R. Hicks that his depart-
will do everything It can. game. Billy Bighorn and Steve retired after 23 years Tax Collector J. R. Kelly.Con- the county."I'm very proud," ried out.Florida.
Chairman Nell Tucker ment has not had time to make -Agreed to take bids on four Brown told the board.
steered the group to the Court Street Into a two way Strickland filled In against of service with the County. new school buses, but outside tainer owes $14,848 In 1970 -Was asked to send
committee to see about proper each street, but that It will be done Green Cove and will have to At a party given In his honorat of the state bidding pool so the taxes. The firm paid $42,758of to the organizational representation Area. Bryan said the
of its requests. No other action In the coming week. do the same In Fernandlna. the Road Department last funds cancomefromnextyear'ibudget. a total $57,607 the county, meeting of the newly formed council will meet next In St.
was taken by the council. -Asked Clerk Merrill Ed- It was first thought thatguard Friday, Mr. Wynn was presented claims it owed last year. Mental Health Association Nov. Augustine In January. Each
The wards to see why spare traffic Dennis Crawford, who finally with a watch from the In county will have two members
city has limited funds In County Commissioners 1969 Container left unpaid 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the FlaglerInn
and fellow
controllers for signals returned toaction against Green the board of directors, one
Its light on
budget for sidewalk repair $25,122 In taxes the In Gainesville.
-Agreed that bronze
employees of the Road De- a plaque
on Temple Avc. have not Cove after a strained knee ligament from the county and one mem-
and Is working on Walnut Street bearing of claims the firm owes, but paid -Appointed Bryan to serve as
been received. The at healed enough for: him partment. county commissioners ber from of the city
signal one governments -
$3 226 of total
those walks a assessment the
now are county's representative on
Temple and Pratt has been to play, would be lost for the Among those present to help when the old court- of In the county. >
among the worst In town, Noe- out for weeks. Fernandina conflict. But Crawford Mr. Wynn celebrate the occa house was built can be removedby 55846. the newly formed Florida Crown -Approved a Zoning Board
gel explained. With the addi- has been practicing this sion was George Roberts, Com- the Historical Society and In 1968 Container left unpaid Council of Local Governments, reclasslflcation of property at
tional penny gas tax of which -Okayed the purchase of two week and will give the BUS missioner over the Road De- preserved as part of the coun- $22,459 but paid $28,096 of a a seven county unit organizedto the Intersection of SR-225 and
the city receives a portion, gas meters costing $555, as guard corps the benefit of his partment. ty's history. total assessment of $ O,555. promote the common political SR-16 to permit the buildingby
requested by Supt. nab Patterson welfare In the northeast
work and hard nosed
perhaps more street can experience play. Handy Way Food Stores.
be done In the future, Chair- .
man Tucker said. Those funds -Was asked by Patterson to Probable offensive starters Contractor
are required to be spent on accompany him to a meeting In will be center Farelon McClel- ."
road and street work. Gainesville Wednesday on Fed- lan, guards Gary Melvin and Finishes Late I -
Answering Tucker's question eral safety regulations, but no Joey Branson, tackles Vernon
Attorney George Pierce said member could go. Federal Barber and Randy Casklns,ends
the city could hire a man from safety standards are going to Charles Wright and Wayne Tes- (From Page 1))
the gas tax funds to maintain become a complicated part of
sidewalks and streets. operating all utilities In the to reach an agreement on the
On the parking time limit near future, Patterson told the tone, running backs Malachi damages. The school board saidIt
Issue, Chairman Tucker said council. Clerk Edwards: was Henry and Bernard Brown, full- Is eager to complete the
the merchants committee Instructed to contact city engineers back Brad Carter, and quar- contract and pay Brown whatIs
should meet with the mayor, about that problem. terback Eddie Hazen. owed him. The board Is
police chief, and Safety Com- -Was told a citizen has signeda Defensively, the Tornadoes holding a balance of $39,550
mittee. About the loiterers on complaint with the city abouta will start Wright and Casklns from the contract price of$213633 ,-
Call Street at the old bank Seaboard Coastline freight at ends, McClellan and Bobby for the 16,000 square foot
I Dyal at tackles, and Carl Luther -
Tucker referred the group to blocking traffic for almost building.
the police committee. half an hour In the city last at middle guard, Bransonand No agreement was reached by
Former Police Chief Hobby Friday morning Mayor Carl Barber at linebackers, and the committee. But the board I
Biggs said that four years ago Hurst said he Is to meet with Wayne Testone and Stricklandat has asked Architect Don Mor-
a parking survey was made In railroad officials about pre- safeties. gan to go over his recordsand
the city by the Department of venting future such incidents come up with a recom-
mendation of damages he thinks
Transportation at the request greed to pay $77.50 for 'If we can win this one we'll should be charged.
of the Chamber of Commerce. 450 driving safety pamphlets to have a much better shot at Sawyer said he doesn't see
Orange Park and Santa Fe," how the school board can give
niggs said the survey showed be distributed In local schools.
says Hurse. any without opening Itself to

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Dr. Rifch Profeflto IN: A STATE OI SUSPENSE!

UMtOf'AlMUMWIn Rock Haulers DIFFtREMTteNFUtit11G
lAWS 0 s

Dr. T. G. Hitch has registered
a protest to the use of For
Pay Speed
the word "abandoned" In a
news story In last week's Tel-
egraph concerning the financial -
needs of the Bradford Coun- In the 'tat section of plea will not be tolerated.
ty.Hospltal. day In County Court Bradford Jackson and Laster both pled
In enumerating, the loss of; County Judge Tberon guilty and were fined$lot each. AIA'I'
doctors In the community, the Yawn Imposed heavy fines on The Judge then called on the
article said that Dr. Ritch had two drivers Umerock hauling local law enforcement officers
-. abandoned his practice here. trucks for speeding and and the Florida Highway Patrol .
Dr. Pitch said that use of reckless driving.In troopers to crack down on the
the word abandon might have passing the sentence Judge drivers If they persist In break-
I City Cited For Record the wrong connotation: with Yawn suggested to the defendants Ing the law and endangering the y AtTERWILLIGAR
readers of the article."Icloeedout fiat they word lives of other motorists
Pedestrian my practice In Starke In on to the other"srnck" haulers
Safety an orderly, legal, and ethical that he will Impose Jail
manner," he said, pointing out sentences U need be to enforcethe
that It would be unethical for law.
The City; of Starke has been ety Inventory, while meeting a doctor to"abandon"his prac:,. Ivey Clarence Jackson U,
honored by the American Automobile AAA standards ofPl"OlrJ'1Ullper- tice in the manner that Is generally was charged with
Association: (AAA) unlawful
for formance. associated: with the use speed; and Andrew taster. 33. MOTORSpHundreds
Its pedestrian safety recordin
of this word. was charged with reckless driv-
the past Starke
year.A was rated with cities ing, wilful and wanton.
under 10,000 population, The
The two
handsome olaoue was presented leading community; In this group Questions were charged with
Dunn of Tampa Monday, vice by president Hampton nationwide was Dlnube, Calif. ; :: : :::amt by the Tom offenses Crawford on SR-18, an,Investigator Oct. 8, ;

of the Peninsula Motor Club, Dunn who serves as safety Answers Service for Commission.the Florida Public '
the AAA affiliate serving this director for the Florida motor After Jackson Of
pled guilty:
area to City Clerk Merrill Ista!' organization congratu- Bradford County Deputy Dolph -
Edwards and Police Chief Kenneth lated Chief Fuqua and Clerk Reddish, In to
response a question :
Ftioia, In a simple II :
cere- Edwards this
on accomplishment asked by the Judge, said
In City Hall.
mony the sheriffs department had
and urged the City to Q. I am 61 and collect re received many complaints on
The Pedestrian Safety recognizes continue its efforts to protect duced monthly social the reckless driving by the Nt.I
Starke for having had school children senior citizens city retirement rock truck drivers. l .
benefits. I
no pedestrian deaths as repor- and other pedestrians. He said the truck drivers
the AAA Pedestrian recently read that I should .
ted In Sat- had been involved In a number &
visit the social security of accidents this past yearor I //
office 3 months before my so, and attributed It to the '
I 65th: birthday to sign up for system under which they apparently I{c: NO
Medicare fa this necessary? operate, whereby they
are paid on a trip basis. '
Yes A. You can have full :Medicare -
As a result Reddish said
i one lady's and
protection without a
"They go hell bent to get In as
1 one man's deluxe 10K visit. Since you are already many tripe In a day as pos-
(retting monthly !social security sible."
Class Ring with school
benefits you will have Judge Yawn commented that
mascot and name will the hospital insurance part he had personally seen one of

E, be given away FREE! of beginning:Medicare with automatically the month 80 the miles rock truck an hour drivers on US-301 doing BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE NOY. 13th
recently and said such driving
you become 65. About 3
How to enter-

simply visit birthday months ,before you should your receivea 65th ON 1972 FORDS

card in the mail asking
whether you want to enroll WORTHs
for the !supplementary medical lt @

,r Jewelry rare helps insurance! This pay doctor in part the part bills of :Medi that and ABOUTThe A Few 1971 Fords Left

charges for other health care
109 E. Call St. bureaucratic imperativemust
/services. I If you want to enroll
Starke Fla. merely fill out the card sometimes give way before
H and mail it, a higher compassionate, Wagons -Pintos -Ma'VeriduJ
Have a question about social humanistic imperative one derived -
and register security and its retirement, from man's legitimate GalaxiesLTD's
for November 30th draw ins, survivors, disability, or Modi- needs and aspirations.Max
Nothing to buy! cafe benefits See your tele Levin M.O.. New York.
phone directory for the phone
number and address of the
nearest social security office.

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I i Medicare Begins 6th Year ,Now Pays .ONCE UPON ". time official there to sdoak""bId; th gentleman a new language, tryigg, t I I

Christmas Mailing ; Lawtey 'who was" complained a government that his offIce.waa denies"that i+e Is bald: he tea 1 I
a fine, head of up-talr. t :

$7 Billion a Year in Health Bills Qualifying --- -overstaffed.- -- ---- ""' .;.. I

Times Now .
Deadlines '."
Medicare begins its sixth Studies show that per. population-but their health ..
year on July 1, 1971 The capita hospital expendituresare care expenses amount to Qualifying time for the December Says.- ?
I M-I I"wwi f..s;_wit Lila .:.ay: Federal health insurance pro 21'$ times as high for more than one-fourth of the 7 Lawtey City Election ;
( ) Surfer mail .. ,. Nov S Nov. /15 gram now pays more than $7 people 65 and over as they $67 billion annual, bill for the opens Friday Nov. S, and
( ) SAM (ipar* .".,I.bIe mail. ) ,. Nov 19 billion a year in hospital and are for people 19 through 64 whole Nation, the spokesmansaid. ends Saturday. Nov. 20, City ,.:,
(I..) PAL (P."rcelall..). Nov 26 Clerk Ethel Reddish said yes ....
( ) Akrnwil, ,. Dec. 10 Dec. toe medical bills for 20( million and 12 times as high as they terday. Th...'. More Than On. Way R t'' .
D-tt rwJ, ((.N/t ...,.... .J H.war people over 65, according to are for youths under 19. :Medicare\ now pays for Lawtey's registration books To Please That Guy On Your -,
(.) Ouunl 5elft.. Dec: I Der. 10 social security officials here. People 65 and over make more than 40 percent of the opened Wednesday, Nov. 3, and List. He'll Appreciate This :
b Local and Der. 10 Dw. 1 U $17 billion annual health care will close Saturday, Nov. 20. :
({ ) nwby.reu less than one-tenth of the
When the began / .
(c.) Airmail . . . Dec.: 19 Or. 22 program 19 million up bill of older people. Before The present total of qualified Kind Of Accessory.Wrap
I. /.,.... W HOUHII on July 1, 19C6 :\Medicare( 78 percent of nil voters Is approximately 330
(.) Surfac mail . . Nov.. 30 Dec. S people 65 or older were covered 1971MEDICARE personal health care expenses Mrs Reddish said, but It Is Up A Man's Total Word-
(b) Airmail Dec.. 1 15 her 15 automatically by Medicare / expected this number will show rob With :,
i l forith pl'l"atefund:42.1
FACTS paid
which were
_/_ A" hospital insurance considerable growth before the
AlaiW Aa .rntneI b i funded by regular social : percent from private deadline, due to the expected
__,.../ ,...,/: /calf .ea, r.n/lr .rb contributions. 'insurance benefits and registration of new voters In RAND BOOTSFOR : I
(.) Canada. and Mexico: Jr.S: Der. 8 UrcU I |Vr. 20 security HOSPITAL CHARGESYou about 52 percent out of the 18-21 age bracket. : I

(b) South America and, Central.. Nov. 12 Nov. 17 IJr,. nile, 18 "About 17 million people 65 Pay- .pocket. To be elected on December
(c) Europe Nov. 12 Nov. 17 lie,. 13 IVr,. IH and over had signed up then Medicare hospital insurance 7 will be three members of CHRISTMAS
) Africa Nov. I Nov. .1 IVr 10 IVr I : It for the medical insurance The first $60 the City Council a Mayor, a
for hospitalization
Sd.) Near EMI Nov. I !No. t I Ih-r III" Ikr l ItOrt. helps pay Marshal and a City Clerk. .
Medicare:\( social
) far tat 11kl. 2'Ih'' + Hi IVr I" part a $15 a day for the and certain follow-up Councilmen whose terms are i
security spokesman said. 61st through the 90th CIII'('. The medical insurance expiring In December are Robert $24.95
"The medical insurance is part helps pay for physicians' Scott, Barbara Jordan,and ,
Meals-In-Minutes funded by voluntary individual day service" and many related Herbert Christensen Other Incumbents .
monthly premium that with expiring terms
health services.Medicare .
for each
Steak Is lire matched by the Federal $30 a day are Mayor Charles Shuford.
Pepper Hearty, Government." "lifetime reserve" day : is administeredfor Marshal M. M. Jordan, and
the U.S. Department of Clerk Reddish ,
Economical 'rr. Today there are 20( millionwhole Health/ Education and Welfare -

( 65 and over covered EXTENDED CARECHARGES by the Social Security ,
hy the hospital insurance and Administration ,
19." million enrolled! in the -You pay- Loud vote on th. but:
medical insurance program."Medicare "Mat/bo/ they aren't a* prettyas STUMPSa. ,
$7.50 a day for the .Social turvivott dHADilily. (our', btn.Mt r>. trees, but you/ don't' have ,
; was establishedto ,,,.me.'. and M.d'Cl'l to rah up around a billboardthis
21st through the 100th "
aaa.a help pay for the (disproportionately time of year./ i
higher health day ,
4 older '- -- -- -- --- -- .. -- r. s a.tla? Ir..r ,.
hills I that burden people

] at are a time least when able many to pay ofthem .. HEALTH u.s. DEPARTMENT,WELFARE EDUCATION,OF AND When We Paid Our Savers Interest On Their Saving Act t i

the social !security spokesmansaid. Social, Security Administration

t counts In September They All Reacted In A Slightly Dift t i it

., -ut, .- or Pepper months that ran steak later!he is prepared just one entree theMenlsinMmutP Class Of 72 t ferent Way. But They All Had One Thing In Common 1

Many women are discoverttppbnnee| | they are conking way a
r"'HIM.In mlvame and Healing cookery scheme that can save Has Enviable
ing a new way |prepare
them in .pliistic+ poncho* for in. hoth time and money.
meals' for their families. With you
'tinhelp of u compact, eki'tru storm reheating lava, weeks |When H>.pperR round are steak good and buys green, for Float Record
cook a : THEY all HAPPY !
a- i- double example cnn Home can up he were :
nerved for dinner that evening.(. The Class of 1972 the present O I
t The remaining can he pack- senior class, of Bradford
t aged for the freezer in special Hteti has run up an envIable -
moistureand vapor. |>roof record of wins In homecoming SS&CVJ I
May We Suggest bags that come with the ap float competition and t v; t ';
t pliance. skit competition at the annual tk iI
t mealtime ".
At you simply Whirl. 'iZ vS :
drop the |pouch into boiling jt ,. -, '1. .*.'r"H :;'; ,
The present senior class t fcr.:o :-. ...*.III. "*, .:il.m
thawing '
water no necesnary.In ,
has the homecoming float *. ;. : I
t minutes the entree is won x 4 *'i\t
For any bereaved ones wishing to make I ready to serve. competition four years In a row- K7' ;

memorials of a "lasting nature' ... The .pepper steak recipe., as freshman, sophomores, Jun
for froenhVthe t < g itfa
created especially iors, and this year as seniors.
t dome convenience by The class of 1972 has won i
t Sears Economics Services
the whirl skit competition two
& Your contributions 'to the Crosby Lake pie ingredients., calls for just Sliced a few onion nun- years In-a rowas Juniors and t t tjST t i
and canned tomatoes complement as seniors f
Cemetery Trust I Fund for perpetual caret I the green pepper flavoring (Editor's Note: The Tele- I :
of the Cemetery will be a living memorial and for ease in preparation graph attempted to Impart this 82
a !brown gravy mix is Information In Its Oct. 28 issue I t !
to the of departed loved JF
t memory your used to provide a savory sauce but a mix-up occurred
ones, assuring them a resting place ofbeauty'and o base that holds up well in between what we tried to say
I ,; Dignity.. '.., freezing.Many other foods are suited and what actually came out In t "r !
t : r ,1,, to this new style of cooking I the paper. May we apologize % t
; : 'Itl'Itlmay to the Senior Class for this v.' rA v A.

and freezing. The same technique error.) .j
Memorials be made in the form of can !he used for packaging I S&SSK fr
( leftovers for refrigerator
contributions to the Fund and mailed to t or freezer storaee. Food can ;" yLM -
he .sealed in pouches 6 1
P.O. Box 368, Starke, Fla. in the name prepared ;
and carried on a camping or '
(i: frI I '
I of the one to whom you wish to pay boating trip if proper cold t _'1 t ., .\ t tI tY
t tbe storage is assured The appliance ,
tribute. An acknowledgement card will that makes it pouiihle. :
sent by the Association to the family u available! for about $15 at I
t most Sears. Roebuck and Co.
concer d.t t retail outlet.

I cup Pepper flourteaspoons Steak. t t :
t 2t'/ salt
Such memorials! made to the Crosby Lake t t/4 teaspoon pepperpounds

Cemetery Fund will hslp insure lasting care 3 to l'/i' round inches steak thick 1 tiona. Brown meat well on t t i it

of the Cemetery and will be a permanent t cupcokingotl brown both Hide in 2 tablespoons hot
1 envelope ((101.)
tribute to the memory of the one in whose mix oil. Sprinkle |gravy mix over
gravy meat. Add onion and water. :
I name the memorial is made. j 2 cups sliced onion Cover: cook cilowly until ment t IA t ;
1 water
cup Ifiil
i is tender 1 Vt to 2 hours. Saute ,
1 medium green pep..r.cut in ,
CROSBY LAKE CEMETERY into julienne green pepper 2 strips tablespoons/ hot
strips oil.remaining Add tomatoes,l: simmer t t ;
e ASSOCIATION, INC. t 1 can drained((10 02.) tomatoes about meal. I 5 Package Spoon 2 serving over I 4&epkc Lgj III( f

Combine and mix flour, salt Seal, label and
P.O. portions. t
Box 368 Starke, Fla. and pepper. Pound flour mix freeze. To heat drop sealed t :
ture into both sides of meat.
.... .... A etli Cut meat into 8 serving por- bag from pan freezer of oiling into unrovered water.- f

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Bring water to boil again; reduce t
. .. ..
...... heat and boil gently until t i
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NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS 2 move servings bug -from 20 minutes.water; open Re. II t ;
and serve. Yield: 8 servings. til t
In The City:: Of Starke i O t :t i

DueSTo The Problem With Stray And Mangey Dogs The City's Leash Law Will

Enforced. The City Ordinance Under ectlon 4-9,12,13 Reads AsFollows I {Ii'f i

: ': 0 ; 0 j jt

one concerned we can soon cleanup
the City, of to
It shall be unlawful for any per and mangey Stark.ter hall

dog son within to own the keep city or limits maintain. of any the who a dog belongs to If he has Next Month We'll :

city without for and tint obtaining making a licensefrom application no put collar a collar and and license( license, so on please him. TheConcerned t Pay Our Savers Interest;; I :

Dog licenses can purchased
Clerk for each
the City dog

Sec.. 4-12, RUNNING Kept In laid AT city.LARGE PROHIBITED at City; ,running 1111 these for In dogs$1.00.Dogs a pack.will are be dangerous destroyed ConsumerBy will

It shall be unlawful for any YOU be HAPPY?
with no regard as to MARGARET SPADER !
': dog of any kind to run at large who they belong to. Do you like Director of Consumer Affairs 4 .\;'::
wltttn limits to be
the city or
upon the streets of the city at to pick up your trash after a dog National Allocution' of Minufictuttrt .
It all
has Just scattered over
.,... t.. .81\) time, day or night unless said ? Your neighbor doe.n'tconveysnc. How can you tell if home u'ir.
dog Is In an automobile or other your either. ing it adequate for new applianeett I SAVE $100 OR MORE AND GET A "NEVER FAIL" ICE TRAY. i I

muzzled and., or Is unless accompanied said dog by Is After Dec. 1 considered any dog on the, Maximum 3 To A Customer With Multiple Accounts While They Last! II t
streets will t be a stray
Its master or some member of collar and If have ; !
If he doesn't have a you questions con
the, master's dog Is fastened family with or unlessaid leash license and will be dealt with In cerning the wiring in your .
that manner. Dogs with collars home have it checked by a .
and held by It's master, or son.-
and licenses will be caught up
reliable electrical contractoror !
i other person for It's master.Sec. .
and the owner notified. Dogs may t
, If
claimed by paying a three dollar your utility company. t
r 4-13 IMPOUNDING OR IESTRUCTbe pickup fee plus a dollar a day you have noticed a dimming ;
ION OF DOGS RUNNING AT for every day he Is kept In the of lights or poor radio and .OUR HOURS t

I LARGE:.It shall be the duty. of the Chief pound. TV reception when appliancesare I t Hest ;: n..a. 9 AJf. to 8' PJC. "AVlh4'EDEg4 5 5eo t.
complaint or see in slow operation of
lodge a use J'rWQa ,.
of Police, or other police officers about 1:30 P.H. :
a missing dog please call heating appliances such an
and ed
to capture >If possible, Sat..7 _
904-5400 and leave name,
to Impound, 81and all dogs your All iron, frypan or toaster, or j
and phone number. t
.. ,*,found running on the streets of address complaints will be answered It overheating of motor, these
,r the city In of this ard- : are symptoms of inadequate
Halation take a day or two to get
'. ed clef until and disposed to themu ImpoundlMy hereinafter there but I will answer every wiring.A SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION J

,i provided. Any such: dog.ace' e
':?, ." ..Cannot be and Thank 1OUo.v b Stank 1i
., 'captured Impound-
Lu provided' for herein shall private survey Indicates << :
be" the police. MILTON G. MANSFIELD Ust caterers are still relay II west AuolsgN ITttCTsTAJdu. 8 t
destroyed by city 1L
The House of
With the cooperation of every tact to spend money. A Irene Savings .riomoA,:nanI
fl City oSIrtol Catcher es the tocesae Is based to
I .. cacao a cerUta chill to the
.1k ,
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START MOVES + 4 as Y star taste eft .
TO LAWTEY SCHOOL ., I i 1r9M "' MOW debate THERE about IS a considerable
WARNING1. intelligencetests. So many presidential hop**.
Bradford Hud Start Center'IIu 1G / The pupils have trouble full/ ore out looking for money
moved to Anderson Elem. with the questions and the Educators that tix don't imagine manjf
i entary School La lawtfy. Ap. I a0w iY/irf :.y Ma atlxNAMID eOtalle Recall is being made on Ma- don't understand the rich men art aniwering their
ii plication are sail being ac. / W.Itus I ,(,z fa 01ii1O "" MRiaell lathion Dust. 4 Ib. packages, results telephones or doorbell.
te0a fle>Ae001Ia ) eAeAlMe1I
cepted tor children who are lot No. F5585, trade name Fas-
four years old. All person I u 11 co. Manufacturer, Ken McGee. -
.whp are Interested In voluiu Jacksonville.This .
"ring tor work In the center Malathlon la contaminated If matchits
will be welcome, Cay 1 782. F ei with 15% Parathion dust; you
24. extremely toxic and dangerousto
health. S395 price
Approximately 10 bags have ,
been sold In Bradford Countyarea.
Do not use. Return at you can't matchits
to dealer where
once purchased
.... '
--Mr -Bradford
a. County Health De
.A. ; partment. features.

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/lank in New Vorfc

+ See* Bright; FutureThe

I' r II.r'p. I" S economy is show
ing 'strength" IIlld'Is header!
s toward, "cigorousexptunsiun, '
r First National City Bank report
1 in its April economic ;.Ltr:


Members of the Bradford FFA Chapter's state champion forestry team are: first row ELECTRONIC CALCUt-ATORQ

Ewell Craft, Jim Johns Gerald Rosier, and Buddy Norris; second row Mike Oliver, e e .

John Clemons, Lamar Griffis, and Roger Starling. Nixon's next Coll UI For A Free Demonstration, Or For A Fr.

moves are a matter of vprcu.Utlon Trial In Your Office
but the man it the next
desk reveals his own economic -

,. I Future Farmers Win game plan: punt. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Live below your means. State Forestry Title .. . . . .


If you'd Ike, to gel around 'the high/ cost of' living Buddy Norris took first placein ver took third In the same throughout Florida which took
,we have a suggestion, ocular measurement as event and John Clemons thirdin part in the 1971 festival.
Cut down on 'the high cost ol'getting around. Bradford County's Chapter of ocular measurement.Also Y L tl c l6ll- ;lllt/
And buy a Volkswagen. the Future Farmers of AmerIca John Gleason, vice president t
won the state champion- competing In the state of the Florida Power Corp,
ship FFA Field Day Event held championship were Roger Starling presented the state champion-
It's around $1200 less than 'the overage and Jim Johns in the pulpwood -
in Perry Friday as part of ship plaque to team captain
amount paid 'for a new car today (leave it in 'the the Florida Forest Festival. contest, Gerald Rosier and Mike Oliver at festival banquet
bank.Mores coming.) Ewell! Croft in saw timber,John In the Forest Capitol Hall Friday -
A VW laves you hundreds of dollars on upkeepover Norris earned 10 points for Clemons and Gerald Rosierin night More than 800 persons Dine In
the yean. his first place win In leading log rolling, and Jim Johns attended the banquet, including Elegance During The
It' takes pints not' quarts of'oil. Bradford to its first state Forestry and Roger Starling in log saw. U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua,
No iota of antifreeze. championship with 22 Ing. Secretary of State Richard
one Season
And It gets About 27 miles to the gallon. The points. Bartow was a close Stone, and many others. Fuqua Holiday Ahead!
second with 21 points while The BUS chapter, already
and Stone shared the speakers -
devil that it nl) 14.
(thirsty only gets
overage Allentown was a distant third champions of the Gainesville platform for brief remarksto
So the more you drive, the more you save with 17-1/2. District, defeated 27 area teams the crowd. Enjoy the World
And chances ore you'll drive it 'for years and for the right to compete In Wonderful of Bassett Now!
1 years. (ISince we never change the style a VW Lamar Crlffls added six the state contest along with The banquet was the top event -
never goes out of style.) points to the Bradford effort six other district champions. of the ten day long festival YOUR CHOICE of Dining Rooms... .
,I Of course o VW's not much to look at. So a with a second place win in land The top teams in the state which concluded last week-

1 lot of people buy a big flashy car just' to save face.. measurement, while Mike Oil- represent 85 chapters from end. 3 Styles ..Mt
Try putting that In 'the bank. _.
1 French

1 ..uteo.tI.ouuR One blessing o/ anonymity i Italian
that you don't feel I constrained FLORIDA rl i I I I II ;
to stay clone to the telephone ,

MILLER BROWN whenever the Supreme there Court is a vacancyon !'WILDLIFE'COMMENTS Spanish +

l 4222 N.W. 13th ST. Congressman Mudtjpump ON THE OUTDOORS
may leave his papers to a library tlr, bY7eaaeasett y4
t PHONE 376-4552 but admits they are by lltAU VAI Ini, FRENCH PROVINCIAL t / r
kind his d I r |MM1 oust n ullMttrttMtrtm E It
of skimpy due to illU > .It win is I ,
Dr O.E. Fryer Jr. IHII *,' n 1| .s MI alar..l.r( wi <1L
lifelong reluctance to ...
GAMESV&LE ,put any. .y1.rot/ Inv n'.prnri mx.t ul Erxe
thing In writing. ** Director iluxl Ir \ m Ins irr Rx..rliv/ ,
dmnE n .. 'rnla"el ,
vr. /
.Nw r. rr+ .I. I
user u.I. r. rr ter t
I f
rlrrpru i .wn L .q L 'i r e

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"' ,0 BEAU VA, / ,
I the wild there Is no cute stage is only temporary, ', I"" leas
I SAVE S2.OOON such thing as baby sitting and have the scars to prove it. '
I and wild youngsters are often Young wildlife, like puppiesand : :
left on their own. Often Intent kittens can arouse the
wildlife creatures may cuddling Instincts In people, .
" THIS appear lost, but the mother Is however, before succumb. I I. j rl FiI
I I generally nearby. Mother ring to the desire to pick up \
I I I Nature Intended It this way wilderness babies people .1
and provided the youngsters should consider two important
I with the natural Instinct and things, and chances of I j i
BOSTON WHILE ability to remain hidden until loss are great under both. i .f 1
QUANTITY THEY $ so I the parents return. Each year Florida wildlife f V i
4 Th law that prohibits the officers have to remind outdoor
LAST molesting or possession of enthusiasts that this Is
I wild animals also Includes the season of cute, cuddly,
wild birds and bird eggs. Parents lovable woods babies and that .-
VACUUM MOUNT PENCIL SHARPENERI I should explain to their these babies are to be seen
I children that the nests they but not touched. Often Infant CELLINI
I I discover have not been aban wildlife creatures may appear II by IIuHHet.t
I doned. Knowledgeable children lost, hungry and forlorn, but
I should explain this to they have not been abando J .. '" .,
I I adults, too.Remember. ned. The parents are generally t .p,... ," ', ". ,
when encountering nearby .
I wildlife babies Possession of wildlife is .. c. .C.. .'.'::.:: ,. ;:' :
that young wildlife I II often possibly only with a permit "
I I better equipped to care for Issued by the Game and Fresh ., '.' ", .,, ,,. .'

Itself through natural Instinct Water Fish Commission, and >.,...................,.....".........'....."....."............... ..."u..i'w......,"........"......_oN'.'oN'...oN'U..".".'N'",.,....... -" ._,. '
than size or appear. to capture a young deer or r' '
ante Indicates Not only Is It other young animals or bird Is Your Choice $429.95 '.
against the law to disturb against the law.
I these youngsters, but It's alto Expert care and feeding I il : / ::: ;::e: :::*ft::%>:::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::$:

I Inhumane and disrupts the needed to raise the young of

) I plan of nature, and It can be any wildlife species and most foe:, Suite Includes
I dangerous. Be really kind, people do not have the knowledge I--
I IN THISPOSITION I leave young animals and birds required to successfully I 111 i Lighted China Oval Extension Table
I I where they belong! Born In raise these animals, or the 1 Arm Chair .3 Side Choirs
I the wild and meant to be left facilities to retain them In
I In the wild. .that's the attitude captivity : I If
I that must be adopted The second consideration, : ,
I where baby birds and animals aside from the legality, is the I' I
I r I are concerned. safety of the Individual\ and
x.vr7 The heartbreak associated his family. Young wildlife
with young wildlife can be may bite on the slightest pro.
magnified when our officers vocation.
I I are required to enforce the Even If the "taming" of wild. I I 1
II I I law and confiscate the captured life youngsters Is successful, 1
pet. Possession permits they don't remain playful
I USE ON HORIZONTAL I are Issued only In the most youngsters forever.
I SURFACE ONLY ( unusual circumstances or loran Wildlife youngsters can become 1 ,r
I II I educational or scientific downright treacherous
I I exhibit. when they reach maturity cove haven

t Cute 1 1. a vutly overworked and the mating age. More '.
needed by IlaassEetes'vI
No screws are machine attaches instantly to Good HovitkttpiM '
I word when used to descr people are Injured annuallyby "'< 4'

I smooth, non-porous horizontal surface, (such as a table or ibe the young of wildlife. Too deer presumably pets ,. ::: COVE Slum. NAEN,., ".." ,;I;. I". .:.
than other wild animal. "" '0. '
often people learn that the any .
g desk). The entire sharpener can be released taken to waste "ITS A FACT YOU CAN :"oc-..;= c--,: .,: ', ,;}:"; r" -
.. .
I I. """0 " s'- r.v- '"w.'r.M.IItlu11
'I DO BETTER AT" IlHlir' ..r. r.r ,
I basket for emptying. It is also portable as you can move it I "

from place to I

1 1I 1I I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home


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During Season Football WIN $50.00 WEEKLY STARKE vs FERNANDINA



AND ITS OPPONENT. Prize 535.00 $15.00

Fill In the blank with your guess and bring to our_Itor.befor.5 rnze

at p.m.our Friday store. pr.c.edinllgom. or g.t registrationblanks E r xrely Eligible Except Telegraph Employee*


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During Football Season, Stork. Builders Supplies will tomPIIII''I'rC"rll
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r (/ I Vol. 93 No. 15 2nd Section Nov. 4, 1971

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J BHS Downs Devils Tigers


J rJr For Easy Number 4 42 -= 12Willie

____ Baker scored five
touchdowns Friday night In

4 .... .. ... .... '. football hometown win Interlachen's Lake 42-12
r Easily running up -- u.-' over Butler'sTigers.

their fourth win of i .

the season Bradford ,. d'i Two TD's by Bennie Hudsonwas
i all Lake Butler could mus-
gridders ran 26-7 ,: ter In going down to Its sec-

err r. over hapless Green i ond defeat this season. Inter-
i lachen is undefeated to date In
Cove Springs In a
seven games. Lake Butler has
Florida Star Conference vl, lost twice now.

here Fri-
game Baker first scored on a 12

day night. yard run in the first period,

then teamed with quarter-
BHS marched 73 yards all S' back Jimmy Strickland for 30
4. on the ground In six plays to
t v yards and a second first perIod -
tally the first of four touch- { score to put Interlachen
downs before the game was ahead.

Quarterback Ronnie Hall turns right end on an option play and scrambles six three minutes old.The TD came In the second period Strick-

yards for the first TD of the night.Baby after Green Cove kicked off ,. '. ,1a land hit end Dorsey White on
to open the ball game the !;if:> : ,,t a pass play that covered 90
biggest play being a 37 yard ,,,.. i yards and a third Interlachen
Malachi Henry who ,..... .
romp by .;".';.". ? touchdown.
scored from the nine. Interlachen never was head-

Tornadoes what turned out to be the ;. iii' ed in the game. The hometown
team upped the score to 28-6
(j r st game of the season to
when Baker 22
da the Tornadoes scored again ran yards to
the second rlod alcove .. end the first half scoring.
D .. ,. .if y
at then .m. After the halftime show. Ba-

Edge 15-12 By / (adds C re a T The he\jf Malachi Henry returned a Green Cove punt 30( yards 4Far-Ion McClellan throwsn ker displayed returning two his own punts talents for-

( a block In front of him. But this effort was called back o a clipping penalty. Henryce scores for Interlachen. The. I

( is a threat to go all the way any time he gets a little spa for broken field running. first was for 65 yards, the
\ second for 45 yards
Tough Live Oak It was He L Except: for the two punt returns -
n \ STATISTICS On the second play running Henry. The BUS running back and that long 90 yard
ba des eres BHS GC .back Malachi Henry went pass for a TD, Lake Butler's
ed 1 1n tt Downs 12 7 through a hole over right tackle took the hand off from quar- defense held Interlachen to seven -
Yds 212 10 cut straight up field and terback Eddie Hazen and went first downs and picked off
Halfback Tommy Reddish and ford lead 9-0 with 2:07: remainIng and with 54 seconds remainingin \e Yds 64 108 had 15 yards and a first down over right guard zipping between two Strickland pliSSeS
fullback Tim Crews combinedfor in the half.Bradford the quarter, Tim Crews broke h c s s Com 6-13-0 10-26-3 before the Green Cove secon- Green Cove defenders
185 yards rushing In lifting had poor field position off left tackle and scampered with left! g dary cornered him From the The nine yard touchdown run, Both Lake Butler scores were
the Baby Tornadoes to a 15-12 most of the third period 70 yards for what proved to be Tack! "I/at by' 3 2"Yds BIIS 47 Carter hit left tackle the first of three Friday night by Benny Hudson on runs of
upset victory over the Live and failed to threaten the Bull- the winning touchdown. block ea Pen'I. 80 50 for seven yards on his second for Henry came with 9:08: left three and one yard. The TI-
Oak Bulldogs. dogs in the period. The PAT failed and Brad- 'c Green Punting Avg. 7-26 5-33 carry of the night, taking the in the first period Gary Mel- ger's statistics were comparable -
ford led 15-0 at the end of the pl 1 ball into Green Cove territory vin kicked the extra point and to Interlachen's, but the
Bradford's JV upped Its mark Instead, Bradford caught them third'quarter. Score by quarters: BITS led 7-0 on Its way to Its antics of Baker made the dif
, to 2-4 for the season, while the by surprise. .m the fourth quarter.Live Oak score, fcBHS 77120. 26 Im second down again, Henry fourth win.Kemlnescent. ference in the ball game.STATISTICS .
Bulldogs dropped to a 2-2 In a Starting from their own four came out a throwing but could- Vx: 00 00. 7 eased through a hole at right of the precis-
game played in Starke last yard line Bradford mached fora n't get anything a going until \ "1 tackle again, headed for the ion-like drive the Tornadoes
Thursday.Live first down at the 30 with recovering a Tornado fumble-- th \X\ ouchdowns: right sideline on an angle and put on to score the gamewinning LB. INTER
Terry Hayes catching one pass on the BHS 40. ec 1! BHS- 1)) Henry 9 :yard run went 37 yards before GreenCove's first period touchdown the First Downs 10 7
Oak's only loss came In for 10 yards and with ReddishB. On first and s ontl/ eel: l EP- Melvin kick 2)) Wright,; Otis May hauled him week before against Palatka Yds. Rushing 177 174
a 12-0 shut-out by Lake City.; Mlxon's e sea ee 7 yd. pass from Hazen EP- down. It was the longest run South the first drive Friday Yds. Passing 129 148
, Reddish averaged 5 yards a LO viols but passes on thli Melvin, kick; 3) Henry. 15; yd. of the night, and gave the against Green Cove was by Passes Corno. 9-16-3 5-13-2/
carry Thursday night, picking First Downs 10 7 ball found the wait run EPkick wide 4)) Henry Tornadoes a first down inside far the best BUS looked all Punta. 4-43 1-40
92 19 carries Rushing Yd. 248 56 ey re- ) ; the Blue Devil 10 yard line.
up yards on night. Fum. Lost 0 1
Passing Y&, 98 end Karry .CoakpfSr, a 1 yd. run; EPfailed, bad(! snap.
Tim Crews"'was' the night's.leading 15 the o the Much of the remainder of Yds. Penal.
yard gain Ida-oft. Green Cove-I 1) Green 5 30 2
ground gainer with 93 PC PA PI 1-3-1 7-20-3 T'ormdoee yd. Carter the fullback hit at the Green Cove game was sloppily
yards on 5 carries Includingone Fumbles 4 1 On the Mimerepeated Nurse run of blocked punt; EP- Williams left tackle but was held to a played by both squads. Lake Butler-6006-I2

70 yard TD jaunt. Yds. Penal. 55 40 the o and kick. half yard as Green Cove tackle Tornado coaches were playing Interiachcn 14 14 7 7 42
first of the six- Arthur Tobler led the
the chargeto
end on
found Cook
again I o core. most of their bench and at Touchdowns:
Bradford controlled the ball precision-like march to pay- drive before the him.
and .9'yards.
carrying for 24. play scoring stop
times had I
trouble 12 (kick
keeping U Baker
game until late in the fourth With a first down at the thirtyBHS (S.. Page 10)) dirt. Fullback Brad Carter car Blue Devils' Henry Coleman On second down for the players on the field failed). yard run
quarter when quarterback ried for five yards over right made the fltnn.. third HmAtha, call went.
---- w."w tn LB Hudson, 3 yd run kick(
Terry Moon almost pulled the Green Cove's Henry !Nicholswas failed).
game out of the fire for Bulldogs hit as he took the BUS

Defense Comes Of The kick-off Blue at Devils his 12 got yard just line.two Strickland 1- Baker! EP 30 yd.- White pass from pass

Tim Crews'70 yard TD scam- Age from Strickland.
yards In two
running plays,
per gave Bradford a comfortable but quarterback Jeff Ownbey I Baker 22 yd. run ( run
lead failed).
15-0 late In the third then hit Russell
speedy in
Tornadoes I White 90 yd. from
quarter and me Baby the left flat and pass

third stringers.playing their second and Bradford High's steadily developing ... .. .. '" "" .' '. ., .. ... '.... .. "" 18 yards before Kelly streakedfor Bernard Strickland I Baker; ,EP 65 -yd.White Punt, run.return -
grid defense has come Brown caught him for
Live Oak showed It wasn'tquite 'f ; EP- Brunbaugh kick.I .
that easy as the Bulldog's of age over the first seven The BUS defense tightened I Baker! 45 yd. punt return
awsome passing attack finally games this season, especiallythe then, and pushed the Blue DevIls EP Brunbaugh kick.
began to click and Bradford's front seven ball players ... quarterback back nine yardsas LB Hudson, one yd. run
lead was narrowed to a 15-12 says Coach Mike Sexton."I .. ...' he tried again to pass with (run failed).
\ with a minute thirty-eight left feel now that we've got '..... :. the charge led by Charles
In the game. people playing defense who've .. Wright plus two other BUS de

i Reddish took Live come a long way- that have fenders.On .
really established themselvesas (1 / Its second series of downs Not Guilty
I Oak's kick at this point and ..' "S' ..
returned It 22 yards out to the defensive ball players"saysthe :7.1:\ .' Green Cove again failed to move
line. Two defensive coach of the 1971 the football on the ground, as
Bradford 42 yard ; Dennis J K.< Hall of Theressa,
plays later however. Reddish Fighting Tornadoes. It did all night. Hut quarter- Is not the Dennis Hall who was
coughed-up the ball on the Bull such as end back Ownbey completed an eight
Naming players charged with escape In the
yard to Kelly and anotherto
dog 40 and Live Oak recovered. tackles Bobby ,-.I' pass
Charles Wright, flanker Rodney Duns ton for Plea Day story in the Oct. 28,
Live Oak moved the ball to the Dyal and Farelon McClellan Sex- : 29 yards one of the Blue ]De- Issue of the Telegraph
Tornado 44 on a 13 yard pass linebacker Vernon Barber ;
of the night.
time after time to vils' biggest gains
when with time ton pointed i if'
out. Stewart Strickland picked the steady consistent play the ,.. It gave the Devils a first down

off a Bulldog pass on the 23 team has .received from them. r (See Page 10))
ending the threat. Coach Steve Bus- ;
Backfield .,. : 1.i;
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Bradford completely domi- bore says that cornerback Ber- .. .. ...>ee.e e
nard Brown and safety Wayne .. !, .CN" .. t. :
nated the first quarter of play : ,. ;; ., ""
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but wasn't able to put any pointson Testone should not be left out ; ..'. .. ., '::1 <',
".,. .. 'I. u urw : \ :=
the board fumbling twice In when talking of players who .' """" WRESTLINGFrom !
1.. .
... ; I9
side the Bulldog five-yard line. have developed Into fine defensive '' '''' .t. ;.. .. .
ball players this sea- ''' .. .

Live The Oak stout to"Red"25 yards defense total held offense son.Wright ._ ,. ..,.. -,. .....:. :} : ._., "';,j _:.: ? <,. '. _'. ...41., ._... 'y .. ...

and picked off one Bull- who plays two waysat .
dog pass at the Live Oak 19. end, Is the most consistent Charles Wright takes an Eddi,e Hoxen for Bradford's second Wright was named offensive lineman of the week for his : The :

Bradford marched down to ball player on the squad now touchdown in the 26-7 victory ov>er Green Cove Spring. blocking and best receiver of th le week for his three catches, .

the 6 with a 15 a yard sweep both Citing coaches the agree.way Brown has including the TD above. : TV Screen Of f'' :
by Strickland. With
learned to react to the ball, ed that the Tornado defense did : .
second down from the six, calls Brown real well. But we had to get .
Coach Bushore n't Its fifth shut .
get out against .
Bradford's Reddish fumbled
probably the best monster man Green Cove The our ground game going, Coach .
with Live Oak coming up with Florida Star Conference. Springs. Nurse says. The Tornadoes Neaps And Activities From .
in the
their second recovery of the Blue Devils managed to score gained 212 yards on the ground, ..
quarter. Testone says Coach David in the last 52 seconds of the most of it coming on the run- THE RECREATION CENTERSMALL .. .
The Tornado defense put the Hurse has developed Into a ball game on a blocked punt. ning of Malachi Henry who ran .

first points on the board as steady consistent performerIn The regular BHS punt return 18 times for 173 yards. For .: Notioneiy Ranked :

defensive end Terry Hayes the BHS defensive backfleld. wag.In the game! !at that point his top running performanceof .
dropped Live Oak's Mlxon In the He feels the defensive secon- Coach Sexton says "They Just the season Henry was named : ".er"' Mat Stan Come To ;
end-zone for a safety and two dary has been playing extremely didn't get the Job done." offensive back of the week by KENTUCKY FRIED
well In recent weeks and BHS coaches the fourth ; FRY RESULTSMONDAY
points. week
"They really wanted a shut TAKES FIRM GRASPON
hard OCT. 25- Sfarico :
that Testone is a valuable this ,
Live Oak was attempting to out, Sexton added. he has won honor. FIRST PLACEIN ,.r
of that as
nosed member .
found themselvesIn Coaches also credit for
pass as they SMALL FRY
receiver. It was Coach ANDREWS 6 :
fine natural Nurse
weU as a pass
situation to :
third and eight running
the Improved game
says for the Tornadoes to be Kentucky Fried Chicken First Federal won Its fifth .
from their own 20 yard line Players UUie Dyal McClel- the blocking of the offensive whipped the league's second -
down some against Green Cove ,game of the season againsttwo :
Following Live Oak's kick, lan have given the BHS team after being so sky-high against line which has Improved the place team First Federal and losses when it defeated A FULL NIGHT OF WRESTLIMG\ WITH :
Bradford moved the ball down consistent defensive play for Palatka the preceding week. past two weeks. Coaches cited by doing so virtually claimedthe Andrews Drugs. 13-6. : CONTESTENTS PICKED FROM THESE :
Inside the Bulldog 10, but a the past three ball games Sex- Coaches knew the BHS grldders end Charles Wright, tackle Ver- Small Fry Football league Barry Thomas once again : AND OTHER STARS
15 yard penalty moved the ball ton says. The coach says he let down some the week prior non Barber and guard Joey championship. scored all of First Federal's :

back out on the 31 yard line. has mentioned Barber many to the GC game but didn't Branson for their good block- Only four scheduled games points as he ran all over the : Jack Brisco Dick Murdoch !
times and deservedly so, for remain to be played, and KFC \
say too much Nurse says. ing.Wright field. The league's second place
The Tornadoes were Timmy not the many outstanding performances -, received the offensive meets First Federal only once team took a 6-0 lead on a IS S George Gaiser Bobby Duncum s
be denied however as the senior linebacker The Tornadoes looked "real lineman of the week award from more and a defeat at their yard run by Thomas.In :
Chandler recovered a Bulldog has turned In. fine" on their first TD drive the BHS coaching staff for his hands only would not be enough. the second half Thomas Tillet The Australians :

fumble three plays later at the "But we've sorta slighted in the opening minutes of the blocking performance. He was Consequently First Federal In !broke loose for a run of 40 : Hiro Matsuda Kelly Twins
Live Oak 23.Reddish i
carried the ball for Charles (Wright) and Bobby game Nurse added. "After that also named the bestrecelverofthe order to win the championshipnot yards. On this particular run : Johnny Walker Ken Lusk
Bradford (Dyal) because they got ahead and let up a week, catching three passes only must defeat KFC but i almost all of Andrew's defense :
3.moved 2. and to a 8 first yards and as goal from there all the time doing a god, Utile" one for a touchdown. one of the other two teams |had a shot at Barry's flagsas i Ronny Garvin Scandor Ambar :

consistent Job."Neither Most pleasing about the Green Branson was credited with must also do so. he ran back and forth a- AI Velasco Smasher Sloan '
the three. On first down.Strick make big outstanding Cove was the two particularly good trap 'cross the field. Thomas added :
game the
way Federal Is
land was thrownfocAlhreeyard' playa They're Just there Tornado offense moved blocks. "He Is giving us the First virtually assured the conversion for a 13-0 lead.
the football
loss but on second down quar- the like good, play we of a finish no less than Andrews! six the board i 8s30 PJ*.
every play doing Job on the ground consistentgetting. the put on
terback Ronnie Hall rounded ," Coach second, so big battle .is \ J.i J.
It Johnson
left end for the score. ought to be done. "We moved the ball better now between Andrews and Community when Leonard passed
The BHS front seven Sexton than in the past five or six Sexton says. Bank to avoid last place. to his brother H.L Johnson $4.00 $2.50
The PAT was good and Brad- Is greatly disappoint- weeks. flaxen (QB Eddie) threw (See Page 10)) to avoid a shutout. ? 1.50
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I Tornadoes Devils I i I
Down e (from P.,. 9)) 4

CompeteFor The third toucnaown came the top BHS runner got the at the CC got five Inside yard the.GC two I I
for BBS after Green Cove Henry
easily bH.hhit line OnArthur the next play before !
middle for yard
!Time received the kick off to open up Tobler led the :
the second half. Harold Coleman four yards, then got five more, '
to the GC 15:, on the pitchout charge to stop him. Willie Puhl |
t yr S SI St returned the KO 23 yard to the right with Henry Cole- and Joe Hlnson helped their f>
In RelayBradford to the Green Cove 38 yard line man making the stop. From the GC teammate out on the tackle. I
but CC could not move. IS Henry ran hard over the Henry got the last yard and I|
BItS right side, was hit, but would- a half on the next play, pulling
High' Cross Coun- at the 41 yard line, but again -
Cove defender Into the I
the BUS defense pushed n't go down and the last five a Green
try team competed In the Annual with hIm with 4 min
them beck five yards In three yards was a tremendous trip endzone
National Postal Competition -
I rt1 Into the endzone for the score.It utes left In the third period. I
Saturday with th. team plays, one again throwing quarterback -
r I Ownbey for a loss. came with 9:58: left In the Wayne Testone came on to
Richard Fill and Bonnie
of r.w second period. Melvln's kick
punt from the goal line. A
Burch placing( second against So the one-sided contest went was wide to the left and BUS charge by Green Cove tackle
the area teams competing her n 4 4k until late In the second period led 20-0. Jimmy Lawrence blocked the
at Starke. when Green Cove's Mike Green Holding Green Cove to a single punt. Fullback Mike Green
The annual competition sponsored ; fumbled the football and Brad- 20-yard pass completionthe the and
: picked up
by the U.S. Track and 7 aI ford linebacker Vernon Barber remainder of the third period ran It easily In forepigskin score.
and the
Field Federation the Tornadoes again got
__ alertly fell on the loose ball Larry Williams kicked the extra -
Track and Field News Agency at the CC 14.Attempting. on the Scoreboard when Wayne point.
Is open to all runners throughout to pass on first Testone Intercepted an Ownbey
the country from the ninth down QB Eddie Hazen was pass at the Green Cove 35 and Late In the game Green Cove
grade on up to the university; thrown for a six yard loss returned It 18 yards to die moved the ball 56 yards to the
thIn-clads. as three Blue Devils stormedIn GC 17. BUS 24, their biggest threatto
Each team Is made up of him.' took From there Carter and Henry 15:
on Henry a pitchout that point on a yard
two runners who run a total around left end for ..nve'y.rd. ran It In. Henry got five yardson personal foul penalty; on BUS
of ten miles In quarters with on second down and GC's the pitchout around right an 11 yard pass completion from
all competing( for a high Henry Coleman made the stop Dunston, and 37
All teams which ena and Carter: went over right Kelly to a
tional rating. at the GC 15. yard gallop by Kelly which came
tackle for yards
compete In the competition are jShoulder .. ... ... .. .. Then came the big play of stopped him off an abortive pass attempt.
event. -- -- -- --- ----- -- -- Rodney Dunston
ranked In the open
Th. team of Fill and Burch pads shining otter his 'Jersey was ripped off by. him. It was the Tornado.*' fourth touchdown and Henry'sthird the drive as Hazen rolled to
the and
with a time of 48 minutes and would b. Green Cove Tackier, Malachl Henry lies str.tch.decross for the night. end Charles right Wright threw who to tight

22 seconds placed second onlyto the goal line with a GC defender still wrapped around the ball at the seven yard caught line MUSTANG"The
the team of Ricky Golden and bulled Ms way to the two
and Crlffas Peoples of Palat- DefenseOf where BItS had a first down.
ka South at 48.10. BBS took too long In the huddle Makers'
The Mark Hodges and I I Competition
team of Grid Contest Is Baffler on second down and was
fifth witha
Richard Colley placed Age. .
e penalized five yards, back to
time of 55.33. while the team the seven. But then t QB Hazen 1972 ESQUIRE 1971 ESQUIRE
of Larry Paterson and Paul rolled to his right and rifled
Parsons was sixth also In S. Williams of Starke won (From Pg. 9)) the ball to Wright up the mid- 5800 4900
55.33. Herbert Vansyckle and FIRM| LIST prize money and Paul dle. Wright caught the high
Carl Hunslnger were seventh of Camp Montgomery Barber led the Tornadoes In thrown ball at the two yard 65x12
and Mike McRae and Eddie ... $ : (the second place winner tackling against Green Cove line and brushed past a Green 70x12
Fuqua eighth. IM hM last weeks Football Contest Covo defender Into the endttone:
cJl.LtJtl with five Individuals and one
Coach said all .
George Loper cub. assist. But tackle Farelon Mc- with 35 seconds left In the Thrtt bedrooms,shower Two bedroom front /living
of the boys will receive a national sal I PeeeNI-J-.v was high man with Clellan was named the best half. Melvtn added the point both off front bedroom room bubble bay window
rank,. but only expectsthe three misses In games that defensive lineman with his four after and BUS took a 14-0 lead full in nor, rendonliol type front,'nt.ior.' 21
first and second place teamsto _....QKM baffled the Bradford: tackles and one assist. Mc- Into the halfttme. furnishing carpet foot living room, 18 foot
place high. appliances' 4 inch wall matter bedroom deluxe
t4.K..a.g ty; "Pros." Paul Parsons Clellan did a good Job stunting Two passes failed and on
Next Saturday the Florida c.I"'rA' : conitrucrion, decorator appliance, carper, black
Bradford High ,
or getting penetration Into third down Green Cove pulled
Conference Championship will L EM Compare to fur furniture. Compare to
be held here on the Middle Cw a C.ryEveJi. student, won his second the Blue Devil line with his a surprise quick kick. But the homei tilling for$ 500. hornet telling, for$5700.
position with four miss speed and quickness ball was partially deflected and
School course, starting 1000.: (J v.s '
?$ It was not necessary to traveled only 17 yards to the I
rim*w : the tie-breaker In either Wayne Testone was named the BUS 45: yard line where Wayne LOT LOCATIONS AVAILABLE
Reds k best defensive back. lie inter- Testone picked It up and returned I TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Baby cepted two and has been
1.I"hrAC the largest number of par- passes It to the Green Cove
.JAjtJ to date In the ten very consistent In the BHS defensive -
Edge By LO ,I ,Int,. contest only four picked secondary. 29.Hazen rolled right trying to Cametville't
.'Wh'ey. 11..:ry ] : Cove over Starke. The pass, but decided to keep and DISCOUNT Mustl/ng
"He's one of the mo.tvaluable
.1..J1.1 was the "wildest" to got nice yardage around the M.bil.Hem.
9)) 1R11M. -a have. tie does
(From Pg. people we a
and misses
Seven eight
real fine, hard nosed Job," end. But Green Cove was pen- Sale,Lot MOBILE HOMES
Lt about the average even for alized for a personal foul, and INt:.
Live Oak tried for the two- Coach Hurse says
:: : tew
: experts. Down ,
the Tornadoes accepted. It a- PclVm n low Monthly/ Poym.nH
point conversion but failed and
haven't "hit the cash .20N.W.13thNorthl/ '
you mounted to five )
a yard gain 37IM346
Bradford: led 15-6 with 4:04 left there's better time Best hit of the week wentto
---.L&tLJ yet and BHS again had a first down
In the game. right now In this! weeks Malachi Henry, making him "HOME OF
; but at the GC 24. INSTANT SERVICE"We
Bulldog Clinton Warren se. a double award winner. Henry
picked off a misdirected Tor- .... .21'1!&1wLr_ It's right there on page clobbered a Green Cove player Hazen hit Testone In the hands 'include!! metal! 'from" "tpf"wtr and water 'line' ...
with a pass up the middle, but bl.ock. with base blocks,
| and
nado pass five plays later and with a block on a punt return, setup delivered up to 200
the ball The BHS mlos.
Live Oak once again found themselves .-'\-"OJJJ.5 knocking his helmet off with the popped out.

with good field position HUM',i ......: .. lick. on signal three caller: straight then went rushes H4tnry and
on their own 48. u' -
"T1rg '
Warren on first down rounded ..... Ilerklc)/.1 R. Go r------------------------------ ----
right end and galloped 27 ,
yards. Three plays later MI- S..r.r...11.*... ,,
xon connected with Johnny .a.-.=:::: : c STARKE '

Chambllss on a 27 yard pass .#!/. HUNTERS SALE, '
for the score. I'MI.1 e. I BUILDERS !I
The PAT failed and Bradford: i 00'/"Oil ICOIIB/
led with 1:38 oo-z; I
15-12 remaining !.1 ::1.- ,

Oak(In With the once game.time again running had out.the ball Live :::::l1; 1Kt H ; ; : : By Marlon Harrington I, Begins November 4th And Ends Nov.ISth :

but Strickland picked off a miscue C1".G. : : GOLF ASSOCIATION

'Dog pass, ending Live Golf lessons for all Inter- I ALL Merchandise At Advertised Prices Must Be Cash I
Golfers will be
Lady gi- :
Oak's hopes for a come from
behind victory. by the pro Herb Herres I '
three consecutive Satur -\O EXCEPTIONS-
mornings at 9:30: ajn. at I II
practice range of the Club. I Sale Is On Merchandise
dates are Nov. 7, 13, and I In Stock First Come First Served! :
The wives of all club
or members of the

to.Golf attend.{ Association- are AlL GUNS SHELLS AND RELATED HUNTING :
There will be a special meet-

_w of at the the Ladles Club House Golf Associa on Mon- i ITEMS ON SALE .

Nov. 8th at 7:30: p.m.
There are rood crowds show- I
Technicians"T. up on Wednesday morn- 1
at 9:30: for the free Ten-
STAY IN TOUCH WITH Lessons- I'm sure It will '
difficult for the group to SHOT GUNS RIFLES
who the most Improved
(r; LJOHNSON 2-WAY Is when the time comes I I

: select Tennis the Racquet recipient donated of the I

Starke Builders Ace Hard- 7rfl :."
and Sporting Goods.
; 11 : in the Club appre-
Carlos kindness whea- I

they are a tennis 1 Remit REG. SALE Remington 742
COMPLETE they are a tennis player REG. SALE I
not. Our attention was also MODEL 1100 184.95 139.95
5 Pair Crystals to the new practice 308 CAL. 1

Mobile Antenna made at possible the courts by the which Lad- Stevens 30-06 CAL.DOUBLE 169"1 139 I

Tennis CJa... 119.95 99.50 I
The Halloween Dance was a 1 BARREL
of fun for all of those. who WinchesterModel
Messenger 125 now $ there. Some of the more Sty 1
who were In attendance 1 15995139.5
e So that h fits 41.25 36.95 1I
compact any care "Gea...Washington"su- SINGLE BARREL 100-243 Cal. 1I I
Simple pu.h-button operation and: his wife Patsy Castro I
couple: of good looking wit I
and: you could only ttenUQr: I
23CHANNELS Roberts by his ever
cigar. The decorations:
the social committee: were 20 % [

with antenna 16 11 as usual. 1

There win be a Steak cook :

44.9 5 -at the Club fiasco after(Take the Geor It any I DISCOUNT I? ; ;;

:: : you want It) for member I
guests. Cod U $4.00 per .1 + ,.
Reg. g1 x$00 no / Mate reservations opshop .
anytime after the game I e BOOTS HUNTING BITE KITS I

e Kansas City's IMU sport std SHOT GUN SHELLSINSULATED e
Choke of AIJ. ITEMS I
"" a toll "hove seats varying/ 0 BOCKS. tI HAND WARMERU
Messenger 110 width from Jt to 21 incM. INSULATED UNDERWEAR .. I
mtatwrtmtntf arc b*- fiSaS0 HEATEM
e channels fake for tin J3Tt ee won.,, 1
Tap quality Glow price I .. .
II ,
now 1 Lad vole* ea* *the test If I .. :

.., KlMtufer. cup U ... 1 I
e4a 6 .. while ".... ..*.c to save
e n., why shooldat.. 1 (o tohaO
,," I."' .. .....,.. Starke Builders Supplies Inc. !

TIle ...a.. endanger .... I ,
''PHONE' .T..,... "F.C.C. Licensed does Mt bcbde Booqpfctots ST.Runners
which ......"7 esvUhwtheir tit B. PNOML'N1d111 I

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Mr. and Mrs Theodore Roller WETti
were Thursday night sup
per guests of her brother and tMirs UTiKOt.wiAi 'ivU 6oi w iwif ti Ofi(, ANi (rdOitAt u i AviNe ,
family the David Brownings IT'* CONVINIINt MONY. V1 Wf
in Starke. f O'OI( Blltlf './ > .
Mri. Delores Conner had M A nUNei-MiMie *vos* a>N* *UJINriNit .
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. E iH HtNiNf eiMilNrcooMWA iiriM; SHOWN! ASOVI. "" "'." ""v
Gerald Conner and eon,, MlchaeL t ': >* Yvxoof!: ; ifi\j; \ .*FV'M : N= C=
of Lake City.; Mr. and I r
Mrs. Joe Knight and childrenof r V.UAI ---
Gainesville and Clifford I WEAR-EYER COOKWARE( -1 Er

Bloodaworth. I EIGHTH WEEK #
Miss Sheila Dickens enter- S<
tained with a Stanley Party; at I oo -
her home Tuesday night with ( COUPON WORTH I .
ten guests present. 2Vz Qt. Teakettle _
Mrs. Dolores Conner had asa I _
Sunday guest Mrs. Blanche Without Coupon $7.99 I F I II ='
Brown of Worthington Springs. '(not Teflon coated) This week 991 t

Friends of A.R. Bruner,new- I with coupon HE tOVi-lo h .r OrM lei| h $317*
ly elected councilman will regret L I I Iio i '"
learn that be Is UI In -
to Y. _=_.___
the Baptist Hospital Jackson F
ville. Mrs. Bruner Is visiting BEEF PEOQ '
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Crews I

to Mar be near jell Dobbs him. Madison visited $ I I a PRICES GOOD THURS. NOV. 4 THRU WED. NOV. 10sWln's

his father, Cad Dobbs, last a9E
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs KONO
and granddaughter Debbie S. '

and Halloween Tereca party Splvey; at attended the home a Canned Ham CAN $399 Round Roast 99C

of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Register r
and family In Lake City" w.

last Mrs.Saturday visited MIcheal Mr.night.Dobbs and Mrs.and children Cecil Pork Chops 68C Gr. Beef 5 $2"W 'r

Crawford and family> of Hell- I

Emmie Mrs. Ruby Denmark Dobbs In visited a Jacksonville Mrs.- Roast. $139 Beef 99C
hospital several times last Rump LS.
week. I

were Sunday;shopppng afternoon.In Jacksonville Round Roast $149 Hams LB.58c
Friends of Mrs. Inex Quiet LI.
will be happy to learn that she 1
moved Into her beautiful new ASTOR (SAVE 21c)
home here last week. We hope
your stay will be a'long and
happy one. Inex. SHORTENINGLimit
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs
attended the Halloween Carni- f! '
val at Starke Elementary School ,. 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarette
last Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
Don Newman and Mrs. Marty; ey.
Clemons and children.
Mrs. Harold Crawford and
son of Lawt.eyvlslt.eclherP'8 d-
mother Mrs. Mary Freeman, 48
Sunday afternoon. J
Mrs.' Ruby Rosier and Mrs.
y. + .I IB.
J.S. Sapp we re shopping In Jacksonville -
Sunday afternoon. CAN
Mrs. Casey Dobbs and daughter -
Shlrlle, and two little /
granddaughters of Jacksonville r SAVE lie DEEP SOUTH
visited Mr. and Mrs.Cue Dobbs p S' QUART THRIFTY MAID. SLICED OR CRUSHEDPineapple
and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs 38
Mayonnaise JAR "
last Thursday.Alan 5 :::s$100
Tarleton and Mr. and / Limit ("with J7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes
Mrs. Earl Dobbs attended a THRIFTY MAID ASTOR FRUIT

week.meeting Forestry While In Service there Gainesville. they personnel vlsltedi last" 1, 06 Tom. Juice 3 ss:::S' $1 Cocktail i I 5 'CANS*:: $1

JW. Kelly." Jr.; who was In

Mrs. OrIn Reddish Jr. and Peaches C29ANS 900 CS .'1"01 $100
4 Corn 10
Mrs. Jerry Reddish of Lake e CANS
Butler visited Mrs. Jo Ann THRIFTY MAIL.,
Grlffls last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Greene 4v $1
of Jacksonville were Saturdayand CatsupTHRIFTY . CHEK ALL FLAVORS SOFT

Sunday guests of Mrs.Mary MAID FRENCH STYLEGreen .

Freeman.Mrs. Paula BUtch Is visiting Beans 4 $100 DRINKS
her sister and family In Baltimore CANS
Md. to be near another THRIFTY MAIDFruit
sister who Is 111 In Walter Reid Limit 13 with 7.50 or more purchase
Hospital.Mr. Drinks 4 CAN'S $100 excluding cigarettes
and Mrs.Lee Roy Hauler- e/
son visited Mrs. Mary GrayIn
Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine '
Sunday afternoon. Pears 4 CANS 00 SAVE
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Casonof $
Ormond Beach spent the
weekend at their farm placeon 13 1
SR 121. A story and several .
pictures of this Interesting log
house will be found on another 12-0&.
page egraph.In this Issue of The Tel- CANSQuantity 030c


Raiford Man Rights

Given Citation s ReservedWINN

By Farm BureauEdward .. COPYRIGHT DIXIE STORES 1971 INC

Shadd. 29, of Gj
ford has been cited as Florida Fruit Pies .14 2Cir $100
Farm Bureau's outstanding PlU/
field service representative -
for 197071. He serves HARVEST FRESHYellow
nine North Florida Farm i
Corn 10 69C
Bureaus, Including Columbia EARS
Baker Nassau, Duval, Clay
Bradford. Union Gllchrlit, and CRISP

.Dixie His award Counties.was presented during : kti PS Jonathan Apples 5 49c.

the FFBF's Annual Convention ,
MO'" -
Orlando October 28.
in on

Dennis Field E.Services Emerson for, directorof the big 4 t fay AtUJtJJiAtjJ- ?

50,000 member statewide farm (jJ1rl A/tf/OpewA
organization, said Shadd's extra 1J
effort In working with county;
farm leaders and In promoting
Farm Bureau programs earned
1- - -- -- - -- -- - -
him the honor. I
Shadd's outstanding achievement EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H
included: helping to Implement '

marketing Farm program Bureau's farm livestock records : 1 I S&H GREEN :::1 ilili S&H GREEN I I S&H GREEN GREEN GREEN

tax .service and ".tarmertoIarmer" 1 STAMPS :I STAMPS I STAMPS 1 STAMPS 1 STAMPS I

marketing. ,. ,.... ,
Shadd also was Instrumental cou"::;:4 NIwS..rr1.U CHS| O' I I WIT. 4 MwtPA'tlOU'ON 'uICN.51 31 I : Wlf .4 Nf FUICHASI WSP..llOON 39 I ,NlwtruuION '0. isI '. H, .. ,
In developing and activating I TWO PKCS I 1 TWO 2 IS PKGS ONE 6 PACK. 6 01. CANS ONE Idol CAN I ONE I 10'>i SIZE I
safety; and young farmers programs I TASTE O' SEA .I I TASTE O' SEA. I ASTOR. I TEXIZE AsroR I IoNrrti
of communication open to the I eTP1MN0 SHRIMP DINNERS 1 :T 4MW. I sVAMWO a.eiN JUICE I n M-N WASH ,C.MN, COFFEE I II
state legislature Emersonsaid. 0000 THRU NOV. 10 GOOD THRU NOV. 10 1 GOOD THRU NOV. 10 I GOOD THRU NOV 10 I GOOD THRU NOV 10 I
No.SAT ,., I No.9At I No. 10 No 1I I ... ... .. I No 2 I
John C. Lynn executive VicePre.ldent row soul WIMM I IOU. Iota w..o,... I At .out local wiNY.egll I .IC IOU. IOCf ..0. ., .ouo 'OU w,00.OIIII I
- - -- - - - - - -
of the -
FFBF comm- - - -

ended efforts Shadd In for his Farm energetic Bu- EXTRAS&H 1 EXTRAitlili EXTRAS&H EXTRAS&H

reau level.endeavors at the county\ ; GREEN 1 S&H GREEN I I GREEN 1::1 iliii GREEN

A native of Lake Butler.Shadd
Is a graduate of Florida State STAMPS 1 STAMPS 1 STAMPS I STAMPS I

1 ,
4 PWVCNAM 0' COUPON I ru1CN SI 0' 4 'u'c" Of 4 .uoc O 31 &: t
1 ONE 10.IB BAG. I 4/ ONE loHol. BOX I A1 ONE S IB. SIZE I $2.00 OR MORE I

0/t lonely|/ h tmtfc. .iin't,the farr pMtetorly JrI away I e.ue CHOW I ortee e* M e, or MIX SoutogePIZZA I I ; BEEF I gT %ro I

for Into vmkt, but a dot GOOD THRU NOV 10 I GOOD THRU NOV. 10 I GOOD THRU NOV. 10 I GOODTHRU NOV. 10 I
No 3AT 3AT No 6 1
I .
seem itrangt' to be onno- VOU tOCfti' WtMM DIMII No 4 I YOU. loaf WiN Ollll AT YOU. IOCAI" WtMM.O4III 1
ing 1". tiltphon/ ---------I-u-l-t-1------ .
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.w_ .
.. 1 1 t. 0Raeford


&8 &&!&&&&mVPast r

Meets Present In Modem Log House i

On Old Cason Farm Near. Raiford

- -- - - --
I 1tii
Shade of the past are reflected this our permanent home because "The builder thought he could 1
In this attractive two- we both grew up around finish the house three Jim and Bessie Cason. An unusual ,
tory log house on Highway 121 here and still think of Raifordas doing most of the work months himself feature Is the old well
southwest of Raiford which lathe home" sweep which stands In front
with one helper, but It
"weekend" home of Mr. of the house as a silent reminder -
took six months to
and Mrs. Jack Cason of Or- It complete of the past.
Mrs. Cason
The Cason house
mond Beach. was constructed -
of cypress logs cut Flanked Cason Is vice presidentand
by two huge, Mr.
"We come up twice a month, "right the t
on place"a lrvt
1,400 I+
of ra.
old oaks sales
tury the home Is general manager +0 w.
Mrs. Cason who was the
says acre farm that has been owned
partly furnished with antique the Coca-Cola Bottling Co at
former Tessle Rosier of Ral-
by members of the Cason family He
furniture that Ormond Beach. particularly
once belongedto
ford, "and may some day make for several generations
the oldwife
Mr. Cason's maternal enjoys bird hunting on
term p 1 ace wh.aft.. he and his .
come up every other week
EDITORIALBefore end. The living room walls of
the home are also decorated
with trophies Including amounted
antelope's head which
grandparents the late Mr. and Mr. Cason bagged on a hunting
Mrs Joe Dowllng. expedition In the West.

It Is Too LateWe've The house was Inspired by The whole effect of the house,
an old photograph of the log its furnishings, and surround-
dwelling that originally stoodon ings give a feeling of stepping > ._, ,.,;<\ "' '' '''''' .. '' .. .'.. .. ' .
said it before we'll say ion In one of the county's fairgrounds the property and was occupied from the present Into the past Ralfo'
It again. Bradford County needs an buildings. In Putnam County the his- Cason's many years ago by Mr. for a pleasant visit to a bygone Old well sweep frames attractive: two-story house near rd. Im I

Institution devoted to the procurement, torical society has undertaken restora- great-grandparents era.

care, and display of objects of lasting tion of an old mansion for ultimate
Interest and value to'the people of conversion to a museum. w" pl yate.

this area.
Bradford County has a wealth of

The need of a Bradford County material which would be of interest, *

museum is all too obvious when we not only to local residents but to

see objects that tell the story of our tourists as well, if displayed in an

past being steadily lost forever. Some easily accessible spot. Such a col-

are thrown away due to the need of lection would also fit well Into the

space by their owners... others are enrichment program of our local

lost by fire or other destruction. schools, filling the long-felt need of M. : Y
some are given away to relatives in students for material concerning Brad- .., rwsr '

distant parts, or perhaps sold to foreign ford County history. gossMt/eo/ t i is iw.

.antique dealers for a fraction of

their real worth. The Bradford County Historical Society 'w
is Interested In filling this igreb u

Bradford County Is still virgin ter- vacuum, but unfortunately the organi-

ritory when it comes to the public zation has nofandswith which finance 1
preservation of its history. It is true the purchase or even maintain such a ? ? r wsdp"r.w d.ty .

that some individuals are blessed with building if it could be obtained.

exciting collections of historical data '

but there is a total absence at the Many persons have expressed the i-, 2? '
present time of any organized display hope that such a collection could be

of items that comprise our historical started, and some have observed that

heritage. the old Bradford County courthousein -- .
Itself a historical landmark would + I

Other counties our" lze have recog- make an admirable museum, located as

nized this need and are doing some- it is on U.S. 301, and being admiredby I ,
thing about it. In Madison County an many as an example of "turn of \1111I

Individual businessman has sought to the century" architecture.But '; I,

fill the void by offering space In his Dining room Is furnished with oak table and buffet

place of business for a collection of so far no one has come up witha that once: belonged to Mr. Co ion'$ maternal grandmother. .1'1;

artifacts. In Dade County a local group plan to finance such a project. We're Hooked rug blend perfectly' : with the cypress log walls. "
has started a creditable' local collect- open for suggestions. ;

Mrs. COlon finds hearth of old brick fireplace a com Sturdy staircase: will be good 'for years of hard usage

I fortabl. place to rest between household chores. Mount. with its h.avy wood steps, cut from timbers, on the farm,
-Why Blame The: "lfN? .d on wall Is '' '
r antelope head bagged by. Mr. Cason on a .a-- ; aid; irk. cypress pole railing arid supports.
+ ttr ,- p, western hunting trip....,,' President.., b his cake and eat it too backfiredlast was in Peking making final '1

week In the United Nations. arrangements for the President's
forthcoming visit adds more room for -- i- - --e a a e e e- ------------- -- -

If the President has half the political speculation as to the Administration's

acumen with which he is cre- motives In this Incredible demonstration i| County Agent News i j j Mary Page McGUl Named 1 ..1

dited, he must haveknown] that admission of doubletalk.As f

of Communist- China to the By Bobby L. Taylor Little Miss Union County9 I
UN was a foregone conclusion from well as trying to soft-soap TaIwan

the moment he proposed meeting with it seems that Mr. Nixon's strategy County Agriculture 1 The!
campaign will begin On October 9 Union County Sheriff John Whltehead
Mao Tse-tung. and subsequent blaming of the was Greater represented Jacksonville at the recent -j Thursday! Nov. 4, and last one celebrated Its 50th Anniversaryat crowned Queen but In a cor-
UN for Its vote, might have been undertaken a display of of Fair the with reek. which time a "Little Miss rection published In the Union
It was obvious, too, that Nixon's in an attempt to appease and other many crops vegetables November 1, 1971 Union County" was crownedby County Times on October 21,
"two China policy" based on a pro- U.S. ultraconservatives who were In our County. In addition grown to For the first time In Florida Mrs. Bernice Roberts the committee In charge of
posal of membership j for both Com- shocked at his proposed visit to Red winning a first place award 4-H asked history conduct, members were Dear Mr Matthews: Holmes, who had the honor the contest stated that a mis-
to a campaignto of being selected for take had been made in
munist China and Nationalist China In China. Ills scolding of the UN was sure our booth received favorable provide funds to expand the We write In regards to the the title of "Miss runner-up Union Coun piling Information on the com-past
the UN was Impossible since both to be popular with right wingers who attending from the the many visitors faculties of the National 4-H Telegraph of October 28, 1971 ty" at the time the Countywas generations of contestants.
governments claim to,be the only truo do not think the organization serves It has always been our Intent Center In Washington, D.C., to In the article "Students Romp created by Legislative Act
China. worthwhile help make repairs at 4-H CampsIn Through Annual Tornado in 1921.
any purpose anyway. to
promote our agricultureand Florida, and to provide funds Whirl," It was said that the Miss Mary Page McGill, who ; ,
our county: whenever pos- to the Florida 4-H Council. Juniors was first runner up In the
didn't In the
such a proposal was con- Whether like it not it Is sible. We must not forget that place jud- This year's queen was chosen
Indeed we or The decision was made to ask ging of the skits, and for reasons on the basis contest on October 9, has been
agriculture where of the
trary to U.S. policy which Insisted obvious that a substantial majority produces the, food and one fiber farmer every county to participate in unknown. Except for the who had the most generations child officially: declared "Little Miss
for 20 years that only one Chinese of our allies had decided that it was for the campaign and share in the Juniors, who were the only born In the now Union County Union County" by the Com-
government should sit In the UN. Others in their best interest to bring Peking the 45 people standard, )Is the of reason we enjoy have profits. This program was ones with knowledge of being area There were 18 lovely mittee. She Is the 7-year-old
living we
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
had repeatedly proposed a dual repre- into the world community and the UN, today. highly successful for the 4-H disqualified from the Judging, contestants and all were descendants McCiii: of Lake Butler Page
members in Bradford
County. else knew of
no one this.
sentation formula, and the United States even at the expense of sacrificing In addition to the financial benefits families of 4th In and Union 5th generation -

had repeatedly rejected it. Taiwan. It is also obvious that they to our Count 4 rogram,our But we would like to state ty. Coun Miss KImberly Cunningham
Interpreted President Nixon's decis- 4-H members not only enjoyed is the new
Our first auction Is that the entire student body runner-up, and has
Therefore, the Administration must ion to visit Peking over the strong scheduled for today pecan(November working on the project,they also of BUS was aware of the rea- Miss Pamela Whltehead received the Princess title.She
have known that its sudden conversionto objections of Taiwan-- as willingness 4)) at the market platform In gained valuable In experience and sons why the Juniors were dis 7, daughter of Mr. and ,%1rs age. Is the 6-year-old daughter of
training themselvesand Mr
selling and
the two-China concept last Augustwas (or even desire) to go along with Lawtey Market Manager Bob 4-H to almost every homeIn qualified. Also that the JunIors James Whitehead and niece of ningham.woman's Mrs. Freddie Cun-
found out from the Homecoming
a futile gesture. We can only this policy. It must have seemed to Allen said that he has contac- our County. Committee. \ -

speculate that Mr. Nixon must have many of these nations as it doesto ted potential buyers and will W. are hoping that our 4-H
suggested it in an attempt to strengthen many of us on the home front- have the facility between ready 8 to receive members will get the same We feel you should not have -. -

relations with Red China, while at that the Administration was behaving and 12 pecans noon Thursday. The reception this year and that placed this statement without "r1+"::::.: It's a By Martha Sue McCain

the same time retaining the good gracesof in this contradictory way primarily Is scheduled for 1 p.m. Even our 4-H folks member.recognize are working that our In complete, knowledge of the situation :.; I..':nnfift Uff/fifl) County Extension I

Nationalist China- an impossiblefeat for domestic political reasons. though we have only a light a good program for a good IJJiIf[ Home Economics Agent
to say the least. to fair crop this year, some cause. Call or visit your Sincerely, l':
states are reporting good pro- County Agent's office In Starke
Actually, what happened last week duction. This means that we
Actually it not for the consumation In UN for more information about your Concerned Members
was necessary was the of a must market a quality pecan If
the UN to expel Taiwan, for the Nationalists course of action that had already been we expect to get the premium Bradford County 4-H Program. of the Junior Class NOVEMBER'S BOUNTY (vitamin B) and It supplies otherB
November--a time of vitamins and Iron. It's a
would have bowed out any- made Inevitable by President Nixon'swarmup price. Clean and grade your nostalgia
Cea.ts--a time for family good source of protein too.
way, once Red China came into the to Red China His Taiwan pecans If possible before taking and friends. A time to give
them to market.
fold. But the Administration chose to gesture last week was simply an attempt I Bradford Car OivnersJiip I I thanks for the good things in TRY FUDGY
stage a high pressure campaign to to play both ends against the life, with time honored dishes APPLESAUCE CAKE .

achieve the Impossible. The fact that middle and, as is often the case with Exceeds National Average I which everyone expects at this

this was done at the very moment such strategy it failed to come off Our cattlemen are making season.Dig out Grandma's tried Cool,with creamy applesauce goes bake
plans to do a better Job of and great roast beef
I j wintering their cattle this year. Bradford County has becomea oulation Is also due In part to true recipes and add zest to chicken and pork chops.
'. In addition to planting) a variety "community: on wheels" with the fact, more often than in your menus. Menu planning is But don't forget applesauceas
j of winter grazing crops: the number of passenger cars the past, families have been an art-- for better nutrition- an Ingredient to all kindsof
cattlemen are holding and attending In use here reaching a record retaining their old cars Instead try it.Fork. luscious baked goods. Now'sa
tt 1 meetings on feeding and high locally. of trading them In when and rice are featured good time to serve Apple
t 1 The Bradford County /r nutrition. These programs are buying new ones. In keeping with the seasonal sauce in a variety of ways.
designed to enable the cattle- mood on the U.S. Department! Fudgy Applesauce cake is one
Figures show total of
a 6,270
of Agriculture's Plentiful
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED man to select a feed The Foods way:
supplement of
t passenger cars registered In growing number working List for
November. Start
your 1/3 cup softened shortening
program that will meet
f 1879 the nutrient needs of Ms cattle Bradford County; as of January wives, and the. increasing menu planning now to Include butter or margarine; 1 cup
r+. at the lowest possible cost. 1, or approximately 145 for teen-age population have made turkey, broiler-fryers, eggs, sugar, 2 eggs 1 cup unsifted
gills The next program Is scheduledat every 100 families. This was second: cars-- and even third potatoes Instant mashed potatoes flour, 1/3 cup cocoa, 1/2 teaspoon -
i 7:30: ".m. Thursday, Nov, 11, a larger ratio than was found cars-- essential In many and frozen french fries) soda, 1/2 teaspoon salt,
(a Behold I make all thine at the Agriculture Building In In th. rest of the country,where homes.In apples, applesauce, and apple teaspoon allspice, 1/2 cup
new., -(Re\:. 21:5) Starke. All cattlemen the number of cars per 100 juice, cranberries: cranberrysauce : \ chopped nuts. 1 cup applesuace:
FLORGiDA ESSt to attend. are urged families was 138. In the South Bradford County, as a result and cranberry Juice cock- chopped nuts, 1 cup applesauce -
t Atlantic States the ratio was there has been a 21.9 per tail; prunes and prune Juice; 1/4 cup milk Beat fat
Now lithe perfect: time to cent Increase in the number of fresh and canned and until
'ASSOI' T ONt 142 to each 100 families. pears. sugar together creamy -
begin a new life. Old patterns cars In use In the last five Try a menu of pork crown ; beat In eggs.Combine .
\ of thought and feeling lose The growth In auto ownership years. The total has climbed roast with rice and apple stuf dry Ingredients and
: their Good meetings were held this reflects the greater dependence from 5,140 to the 6.270 registered -
grip on us as we realize week by 4-H Clubs fing--rice cooked In equal a- mix well -Add nuts. Add dry
that it I. too late In every of local people on this year. mounts of ingredients to
; /j never to begin community in the apple juice and wa- creamy mixture
; County.
,t < again. We rejoice and the automobile for transportation ter. If you want roast turkey with the applesauce: and milk.
II Mi.. ItXMATrHKWf. C4It.r-r.blMM* give thanks. With.courage members are planning programs combined with greater The rising auto population with minimum leftovers von Stir only until blended..'Pour
I I }.ylbtisd efcTtareVsy sad catered M flees** and strength we move for- a bigger and and making better plans to have financial: ability. As family has meant more business activity could have the butcher saw a' Into a greased 9-Inch square
than of
number for the
at the Office .! MUrke& FloridaAH' year Income rises, the community; at large, frozen one Into halves or baking Bake
CUM Matter fH ward into a whole new way ever before. In addition to club and quarters pan. at 350 degrees
and the duality,. especially for local
!, ....., el March Sty 117. of Hfe. We leave behind all activities, aboutlOO- 4-H mem- of cars those operated.that are purchased: stations. Their receipts service in the later.and roast part now.-part F. (Moderate Oven) about 45
/ebafftld. ..1II trace anal 1 ,ear, $MO> Ovtetde thought of "..tudaY""'. ap ben and leaders will be participating Increases In proportion. past year amounted to $3.567- Nutrition tips Pork is Is to 50 firm minutes or until surface:
J"'" ..." I ..... $M pearanc:... We stand free In In a 4-H fund raising 000, as compared with $3,045000 ,- in nutritive value-- an espec high Cool before when cutting.touched Makes lUhtiy.
this moment of ''nlthL campaign starting this week. The growth in automobile pc- five ;years ago. tally rich source': of thiamine 9 servings, 3x3 Inches each.)

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LAWTEY Enu Bwell.reI I IBy MOVIES"Evel .. I CommunityRv News J

l Knlevel." motion picture zlies."
CHURCH ACTIVITIES family on Sunday.
Grace United: Sunday School Mr. and Mr. Pete Gleaton and drama based on the life The movie starring, Charlie .. E1babelb- --- (-:n Iyltllll_ .__ WalliltP.. __on
exciting feats of the dare- the duck which lays 24
9:45: a.m.; Worship services U and son-in-law and daughter devil
will Dean
performer screenat carat eggs: also stars
a.m. and 7:30: P.m.;MYF 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gordon of the Florida Theatre on Friday Jones and Sandy Duncan. DELL CHAPTER OES SENIOR CITIZENSThe : rehearsal and 'hanksglvrng meet with Mrs. Sarah Prince.
Choir practice Wednesday Daytona spent Sunday with Mrs. Saturday and Sunday Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its Senior Citizens of Unit will be held Nov. 10 and 17. Saturday the Ushers will be
7 p.m., Prayer meeting 8 p.m. Charlie Manning. "The Baby Maker" National regular meeting Thursday Nov. No. 2 enjoyed a Gala Halloween Wednesday at 8 p.m. All mem- selling dinners from the kit-
Church of God: Sunday Mrs. Christine Surdee has Evel School 10 a.m., Worship ser returned to her home In Detroit. the stuntmen. who hopes to contemporary drama, starring Brownlee Street. All mem- 3 Jn the RJE Auditorium. The present day School Teacher Conference
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: Mich after a three weeks visit one day Jump the Snake River Barbara Hershey In the title bers are asked to please be main activity was the costumeson will be held at 6 p.m. At 8
Family night Wednesday 7:3a: with Mr. and Mrs. Octavlan Canyon astride a Jet-propelled role wU begin Its engagementat present and on time. Business parade. First prize was won Ebenezer Baptist Church, p.m. tie Official Board meetIng -
P.m.Highland Nicula and Mrs. Mary Ntcula. motorcycle. Is as fascinatinga the drive-In Sunday. of vital Importance. by James Demon; second prize Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Each will be held. All members
Baptist: Sunday Mrs. Pierce Crews spent the character }In real life as he Grace Page. The third prize Monday night Bible Class at are asked to attend. Sunday Is
School 9:1S: a.m., Worship services weekend with her sister Mrs. 1 Is a performer. Ills story revolving "The Baby Maker" relates SCHOOL NEWS/ winner Thelma Dixon and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting each regular Pastoral Day. Sunday
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Waldo Pringle In Worthington around the highlights the unique story of an unusual Adult classes are still In fourth was won by Lola;Williams. Thursday night, 7 p.m. Sunday School will begin at 12 noon.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: Springs. Mrs. Onle Thorn- of his spectacular career, Is relationship betweena progress In the RJE and Vo Hester Domon won the services will begin with Sun- At 2 P.m. we will leave the
p.m. followed by choir practice. ton of Auburndale spent a few depicted In the feature film free-living young California Tech. If adults are Interested fifth prize. Herbert Thomaswon day School at 9:45.: Morning church for White Springs to
Friends regret to learn that days with Mrs. Crews last week "Evel l L.M. McClellan Is In Baptist and Mrs.W.S. Crews and daughter George Hamilton as the mad ; her boy friend Scott Glenn; working for a diploma the 7 p.m. 3 p.m.
Memorial Hospital In Jackson Laura of Jacksonville and a sophisticated married
were is
and Sue opportunity; here. There
ville. lie has our best wishes Friday visitors. cap his motorcylist Linda. Lyen couple; played by Coll In Wll- was a grand March Greater Bethlehem FreeWlu Greater Allen Chapel AME
for his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond as cox-Horne and Sam Groom Visitors awarding the prizes. Baptist Church Rev Jasper Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins
Mrs. Elene McBride
Mrs. Oscar Carter Is confined Durban and son of Jacksonville "The Road }Hustlers"will costar Co-starring will be Chlster from were CURB Agency and- Williams pastor. Monday night pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m.
In Bradford hospital We hope were visiting Mr. and Mrs. with the film which pro- limes suspense comendy"Cot. Mr. Al Rhodes, Housing Co- Choir Rehearsal! for the Senior Lovefeast service, 11 a.m.Com-
she will soon be at home again. Marvin Rosier and while here trays the last of the daredevils. ton Comes to Harlem. Sociologist/ refer to mom, Coordinator. Everyone Choir. Tuesday night Usher munion service, 6 p.m.
A Halloween party; was held they all called on Mr. and Mrs. Walt Disney's "1,000,000 dad and the kid at a 'nuclearfamily" sent enjoyed the fun. pre- Board, No.: 3 and Choir No. 2 Rev. C.E. Jenkins will close
for the Methodist Jim Rosier. out this conference
Sunday will
year Sunday
Duck" will be featured at the Success ef tortt I it when you / / which gives the imprenlon meet. Wednesday night Nov. lie
children from toddlers to 12 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Moore Prayer Meeting. 14. will leave for con-
301 Drive-In Friday and Saturday not only boat that coil poiubly/ accurate, of/ CHURCH NEWS Thursday night
years at the recreation rooms enjoyed attending the Halloween with another own a New: Bethel the Ladles Circle will meet ference In Jacksonville on Nov.
night along Baptist Church
on Thursday evening of last Carnival including the fish sup- Disney hit, "King of the Griz more than your /first house, but something about to explode Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor.Choir with Mrs. Clarence Covington. 16, which closes out Sunday
week. The children dressed per Saturday evenliur. .it bigger, too. Friday night Prayer Band will Nov. 21.EAGLE .
In Halloween costumes, enjoyedan Wendell Kelly of Belleglade .
hour of entertainment and spent last week with Mr. and k4
costume Judging by Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly. ,
Mrs. }H.C. Kelly and Mrs. H. .,.
C. Wainwright Tammie Demp- eta:", aUY IT T00AY
sey's costume consideredthe -- SAVE
was LAY IT AWAYr ,
prettiest Barbara New- 301
port's the scariest and Tammie 3 UP
Starling's represented the r ; ; .
most work.Those attending,besides WINS U- DAYSONLY :,: : : TO

these were Doug Eunice DRIVEINShow Mfe'
Doyle Boatwrtght, Suzy Newport Sa es = ; 32%

Leonette Pyal. Darline ELECTION !
Eunice. Mark Arwood. Todd Begins/ At Sundown ; THURSDAY 1'17
Denton, Cathy Norman Tam ) T +

mle Denton Eddie Boatright FRI., SAT. NOV. 5, 6It's FRIDAY &
Victor Arwood, Nancy Arwood, I'
and Teresa Devore. Refreshments SATURDAY .
were served by the com- t
mittee. L. ,.J..
Those in charge of the party; .

were Mrs. Truby Wainwrlght,
Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Kelly Mrs. Men s Skinny-Rib S

Margaret Arwood Mrs. John '
Sweater Shirts t ''
Dempsey, Mrs. Max Newport c .
and Mrs. H.C. Wainwright,Rev. Double kr >' (n i Dacron 'fir ,' Ajax Closet '.
Don Denton and Mrs. Ernest i Poi sere Col"Ion .

, Wells furnished the music. ( Convertible al tippet allarwithndufttr front Detergent Lights
The PTA Halloween Carnival '} Red, Blue Gold *Grn !he< r "
at the school on Saturday evenIng SnesS M. lg.6 XL 'ti 'i i I ( .
Y 'n.l
0 0 0 0 Save le7.
was a great success. Approximately 0 So 1.06

4UU enjoyed the ',,:' .

fish supper which was unusually 1 D 1 47
good. All of the booths were ,
well patronized and the child- t ...J.T6
Playtime Beauty Sets '
ren and young :people had a
good time on the rides. A good I' RockcrRiags x.p. r.y, till
many took part In the cake a webfoot M... beaux roI and
walk and many cakes were L 'salt, iqutoblplastic. > en groomed. Gold Eagle

won. The costume parade was wonder I .<4uca A s GLf ---
Nona I,fun.Stnpei Motor Oil
gay with colors. Donna Har lays a 24 karat I a/ ti G F '

bin's costume was Judged the omelet in afamily's ... .
prettiest, Sandra Jordan the R'.ohd.' l 1 '. -9'.. .' .
plods "
scariest, and Jannet Jordan'sthe lap! t from 7ft lo 34 GY V ,j/' I I 1 QT. 9.t .

dressed most as a original.pumpkin. She was Q pS p VeAa Q, Sore 197.


Mr. and Mrs. D.E. Nolan rr.r-qu"wru. .'0"0-, I.
and family of Jacksonville spent Roller Skates Electric Wheels "...
last week with Mrs. T.V. Duck -Plus- a
and Cuncy. Slurdydurobl.hodslo. Antique Cars ,
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited Boys H<. Adtuit* to KoU e "
"KING OF THEGRIZZLIES" Elecf'ic, ..hul. 1
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Terry In t0' operates. Rfior' Batte-y. e
Newberry from Tuesday to y Motorcycle 1 r }

Thursday of last week. Jackets I. I ........--
Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Davis SUN., MON. NOV. 7, 8
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. -
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J.D. Clark on Saturday. Toy
ityhng. 1 -rRugged -T FPR 1."'
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Clark of Starke is spendingsome Black nyl Men's Shirts Cocoa Mats
time with Mr. and Mrs. NATIONAL> hH Redquilted Sar 2e7. E Eagle I Portable t Radios Save 1.00'MM
Clark. I i II) ng. Hondome A :. t t-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hansen CKNKKAI.TUBES; Sun 6 to 16. design. A ,,o w, n + t, l

enjoyed the family gettogetherwith PRESENTSA a bursar ;oils wI.ave lIS
Mrs. Walter Martin and 11 1.64 -
ROBERT! WISE / Mail Box Uncle Sam .11Y95, .

4 LEGIONAIRES e 11tOIUCTkNe ) > E ;t ti Banks Windup Toys

ATTEND CONFERENCEFour C y. II lp Red, while & blue replica Unci.l $01 walti and
Metol, withlo & key. wave* the' 4.ericon ,
officers of American "y..wBARBARA Hog
Legion Post 56 of Starke attended -

the Northern Area Conference [Rio .NERSHIY(
Sunday, Oct. 31, at Post .11. ( YHm1

No., 27-541 Ocala. N.E. Sanchez Avenue -Plus- /c' "- -- 1 15 Ft.Trouble .

Among the 140 Leglonalres / + 1 Piece Auto Mats Lites
present were Post 56 Com- SAMUELGOLDWNJR _
mander Bill Scoggins, Adjacent
Richard Witt, past Department .
of Florida SergeantatArmsCharles I 'x Famous Maker ', ''f: .:: '. I' SO". 327.i'

Schaefer and District V'a' / Ladies' Slacks FRONT REAR : .

Four Historian John Grew all ..
of Starke. .... !. )Ai-
General theme of the conference -
was participation Americanism ie1 W di variety.
Trw : :' ol{ try' eso
and youth. An old it, singes i !e".t..
fashioned chicken dinner was COLOR by Deluxe United Artists, M 1* li pr (Its
held after the business meet- ladies' .. Al flor Nis of RSeles r
[Rj..UI> vies 3 PC. Skillet Sets
Ing. Pant Tops ? a &> 6 Malec U P Brush '

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of publication of this notice of dress 1* George H. Pierce In The Circuit Court NOTICE
the fictitious name of B & B P.O. Box 1030 Starke. Florida Eighth Judicial of The L.K. Whitehead Et AI has v..

METALS CO. under which Iam and file the original with Florida In And For Bradford made Application to the Brad-
engaged In business at the clerk of the above styled; County. Case No._ ford County Zoning Board for
tr STAR FLA Owner: H.A court on or before November IN RE' The Marriage of James reclasslflcation of the propertydescribed
Bishop Jr. ft H.A. Bishop Ill. 8, 1971: olherwlde\ a Judgementmay Willie Barber Husband and below from Open Ru
be entered against you fort Home Park).
P.O. Box 1134 Starke Fla. Eloise ThatRPordonof
Whitney Barber
I 32091. e relief demanded In the complaint NOTICE SW 1/4 of

r Dated this 1 day of No.. A.D. or petition .TO: Eloise Whitney OF SUn Barber SE 1/4 North of State Rood'
h 1971 at Steaks,Bradford County WITNESS my hand and the Address Unknown. 200 and North of State Road
I Florida. seal of said Court on October 8, 18 and East of Co. Graded l
11/4 4 11/25 1971 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Road Ex R/W all In Section
that an action for dUolutton 24. Township 7S Range 21
(Court Seal) of marriage has been East

filed against you and you are ; This change In classification
In The Circuit Court Eighth A* Clerk of Brovnt said required to serve a copy of I* subject to a public hearingto
Judicial Circuit of Florida In
your written defense. If Novem-
By Beulah any be held on Tuesday
And For Bradford County A* Deputy Clerka Moody to It on Eugene F. Shaw At- ber 30 at 7:30 PM In the County -
CIVIL ACTION 10/14 4t 11/3; torney for Husband whose ad Commission room at the
Benjamin Suslow and Anna dress 1 Is 142 West Call Street. Bradford County Court Houseat
Suslow. his wife. Plaintiffvs- Starke, Florida, and file the which time all person Interested -
George J. Eichermuller' and"Hlldegard The Circuit Court. Eighth original with the Clerk of the shall be heard for
------ Elchermull r, his Judicial Circuit of Florida above styled!; Court on or before or against the proposal, as
wife, Defendant In And For Bradford County!; December 1, 1971; otherwise specified In the Zoning Codeof
I Hollow..n Carnival "Royal Family." tome et the costume contest winners. NOTICE OF SUIT- Florida a Judgment may be entered Bradford County.
PROPERTYTo crvn. ACTION against you for the re- John Torode, Chairman
J. Elchermuller Diane G. Snyder, Plaintiffvs-
: George lief demanded In the Petition. Bradford
County Zoning
The 1971 Halloween Carnival After the parade pony rides & Hlldegard! Elchermuller hi* Terry Lee Snyder Defendant WITNESS my hand and the Board
was the moat aucceisful hay rides, fun booth: chicken wife NOTICE OF SUIT- seal of said Court on 28th .11/4 Ztchg: 11/11
carnival yet undertaken by the pilau supper, hot dogs, etc. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NO PROPERTYTO October. 1971.Gilbert .
Brooker PTA. The gross proceeds were enjoyed by the crowd. that an action to the following : Terry Lee Snyder S. Brown NOTICE
of the evening was a Another highlight of the evening That an action to Mortgage You are hereby notified that A* Clerk of Said CourtBY
grand total of 236796. This was the crowning of the Royal Foreclosure the following property an action for Divorce has been : Beulah M. Moody Receipt Expenditures and
success was due to (the cooperation Family by Homecoming In Bradford County, Flo- filed against you Terry LeeSnyder A* Deputy Clerk Balance
of many many people Queen Linda Edwards of Brooker. rida: and you are requiredto 11/441 11/25 All Funds for the Board .of
In Brooker and surrounding All contestants were beautifully That portion of West Quar- serve a copy of your writ- First Publication November 4.
area. To each one of youa dressed and stood on a ter (Wi/4)of southeast qhe her- ten defense, If any to It, on 1971 County Commissioners Bradford -
big THANK YOU! Without decorated stage. Fourteen contestant r ter (SCI/4) of SE1/4 and the the plaintiff attorney whose County, Florida:
you this success would not competed for the S El/2 lying South of Graded name and address I. Hon CALL FOR BIDS RECEIPTS
have been possible. See what honors at a penny a vote. Road In Sec. 9. T-6-S, Range George H. Pierce, Starke Florida Cash
Ideal weather and tremendous Selected for Princess of the 22 Easy EXCEPT the West and file the original with The Board of County; Com- ,
co-operation can do. 1971 Carnival was Kim Thomas ..,..__ ikJ'J' 270 ft thereof the clerk of the above styled missioners. Bradford County October from 1 I. 1970 $ ]89.117.81Receipts
The evening festivities began with Michelle Harrell as first .1t'1ir' v- North Half (Nl/2)) of Northeast court on or before November 22, Starke. Florida request sealed all
with parade at 4:30: headedby runner-up, and Renee Mott One of several I Float I In parade. Quarter NE1/4) of 1971: otherwise Judgementmaybe bid for one new motor grader sources 1075453.92
the Brooker Fire Truck. second runnerup.Warren Northeast East Quarter W entered against you for the on November IS, 1971 at
Sounding Its siren and flashing Hall wan elected of Rd 1200. NEI/4 of NW1/4 relief demanded In the com- 9:30: A.M. $1,264,571.73EXPENDITURES
Its light to promote both Prince of the Carnival, with PERSONALSMrs 8 Deer of NEI/4 Sec 16-6-22, 29 Acres plaint or petition. Specification may be secured
safety and excitement to the Wade Raulerson a* first Bagged more or less WITNESS my hand and the from the Clerk of the
time Ruby Hodges spent a seal of said!] Court on October Circuit Court. Courthouse Expenditures for
parade. For the first runner-up and Steve Foster By Archers On has been filed against you aU
float were added to the pro- second runner-up. few days with her soninlawand George J. Elchermuller Hll 19, 1971. Starke Florida. Cash purpose 1053655.85
cession. One was Hiecontestants daughter Mr. and Mrs degard Elchermuller and you Gilbert S. Brown 11/7 2t 11/14 Balances
Beth Thomas crowned First WeekendOver !
carry was September 30 1971
of the curtand Carnival Queen with Darlene Jimmy Gnann and children laMlddfeburg. are required to serve a copy A* Clerk of said Court .
the other was 'Deborah of written defenses, If By: Beulah M. Moody IF WE DONT "RAVE Ft
Sharp first Sta- your
a* '
Green as Halloween's Cinderella runner-up; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cnann: 1.800 archers bagged any to It, on the plaintiff attorney A* Deputy Clerk we'll set It for y..*. offs 1264571.73
.. with her brothers, Don cey Hayes, second; and Brenda Barry and Stacy Lynn spent eight deer during the first whose name and ad- 10/28 4t 11/18 Bypplle! Furniture,.,. For the Fiscal Year ending
and Doug aa clowns. Hayes third last Saturday with Mrs.Gnann's weekend of the Camp Bland- t enL-- -- M i .-..-..-.--....-.... September 30, 1971
Prize. were awarded to the Carnival Mike Strickland was crowned parent, Mr. and Mrs. Evan ing Wildlife Management Area
King with
best costume In the following Hayes as Stanley Hodges. The Guam' are from archery season which opened
categories: 1 1-- Cutest or prettiest Smith Dratrunner-\lPiJerl')' Mlddleburg. Stacy Is six week October 23-24.
second and Todd l<
; 2-- Scariest or Ugliest thir ; Rakes old. Her grandparent, Mr. and the archers also
3-- Most Original; 4Most Mrs. Evan Hodges, are very In addition
Congratulations to the new took four squirrels. The deer
of Halloween.
representative of her.
Royalty!; All 14 of the contestants proud kill Included: five buck and STARKE'SLOWEST
Croup one, age through Mr. and Mrs. Chester
hard and took In does.
worked three '
kindergarten; 1- Bo-Peep, and children'of Jacksonville
deal of for the
a great money
Michelle Turnbo. 2-- "' evil, Brooker PTA. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. The Blanding area will remain 1
Denise McDavtd. 3-- Popping Last but not least among the Evan Hodges recently. Mrs. open to archers on the
Snider Is a daughter of Mr. weekend of October 30-31 and FOOD
Fresh Deena
Dough Boy Cox. festivities was the always popular _
4-- and Mrs. Evan Hodges also November 6-7. according to
Witch Marqulta McKlnney. cake walk. This provides
Group 21st through 3rd fun for the entire family. Congratulations llarrell to Mr.the birthof and Frank H. Smith, Game and FOOD FAIR PRICES!
Mrs. Henry on Commission
Water Fish
Hula Fresh
grades: 1-- Dancer Tam- During the evening many nice ahwnr
a daughter on Monday Nov.L Wildlife Biologist the North
Barnes. 2--
my Monster Randy prizes were given away. Most 320 s. WALNUT ST.
Starling. 3Old Lady! Susan of these were donated.Again we 5 east Region. A $5 archery per w_ SUPERMARKETS
Parrlsh. 4-- Skeleton Bradlee appreciate everyone who had mit. In addition to a valid 1971-
The tar
teen-eger 72 hunting license, 1 I. requiredto U. IYE
in contributing to this
Cox.Group any part block Is caught In a dilemma.If \ .
In the hunt.
3 participate
grades 4th through success. he rakes the leaves. H will
6th -- Old Lady Suzanne Mor- disturb the ecology, but If be *
H,. 2-- Monster Man. Vanessa TOWN NEWS doein-t. the withholding hi* To hold down inflation carver -
Hodge. 3-- Little Old Lady. The town council will. meet allowance will wreck his .of were :' ----y CENTER CUT
Toni C ,yatt. 4-- "Hippie,'Plenty Monday Nov. 8, at 8'Church p.m. economy. caked not 'to mob the faces STEW BEE'FcaonOY:= : : !
Hicks. The I cooker Baptist look too oplimittio this Hollotiwn. \ SIRLOIN
Brotherhood announces a .
4 7th and olden
Group : grade -
becue Supper at the Brooker Hot pant ore laid la be I
clown: ;Mrs.Mrs.Sherrie Vellta Lovelace McDavld, State Farmers Market Saturday through. Apparently it turned In The Circuit Court of florIda BEEFf.S I LIVER!: STEAKS
country squire. night Nov. 6, starting at out they weren't quilt funny Eighth Judicial Circuit, In
5 p.m. Adults $1.25; children enough to tail 'in the /tuition and For Bradford County.
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1 I FIED than an action to partition FRESH PORK LOINCHOPS WIUTRIMMtfROAST

1 1I I Bradford the following County!; propertyIn Florida;: FRYERS HAMS
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1 II ID # 5146 has been filed a- .
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1 galnst you and you are requiredto LLYIp
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1 I ten defense. If to It on .
ELZIE S. : ANDER&:; attorney ::
1 1 I for plaintiff whose address 1* COMPARE! ......, SIAUO MISMNISSI4l

1 138 west call; Mreeu Starke.. Frozen Bagels A'::.:."'? 4/l/ PrideOR
Florida and file the original STRAWBERRY
Chicken Dinner II et MMOMI not 38c
with Clerk
1 the of the above
I styled Court on or before Nov 489c4l COFFEE
1 ember 15, 1U71; otherwise a Morton Meat Pies : w / SHORTCAKE
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Judgement may be entered .- Del Monte Corn = .""a::.= / I '
gainst you for the relief demanded -
In the complaint. Green Giant Corn C=' If''Ql-CAM*' W/ I LB I
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seal of my said Court on American Beauty Hominy! :-:.:''2/25c/ BAG ['inntin_ IZLBE 79

39 STORES UNDER ONE ROOF October GILBERT 11, 1971.S. BROWN CLERK Cut Green Beans .II,.L -. /

The Regional l Shopping; Center of f Northcentral Florida BY: Beulah M. Moody; l
Deputy Clerk. WMWY tow pcf/ i wruywy.iow-M cvffyDjy iow men i IVHYDAY tow met 1i WMYOHY iow uttcn

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The Board of the Florida Department

iOn Sundays 1:00 To 6OOP.M.l I will hold a of hearing Pollution on November Control- L2i&rc_ PLASTIC GAL. 5/89

22 and 23. 1971 at the _ _ _
1 Public Library Auditorium 10
North Rosalind Corner of Cen COMPARE! iSS? U.S. NO. ; Golden RipeANANAS

For Your Christmas Shopping I Flo-

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J Convenience I I. The possible establishment Colgate Instant Shave --l.:: 39 r
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I SHOP IN THE LUXURY CLIMATE-CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE (( of Involve cooling possible water. which revision would of Cake Mixes ":::::::..- 29c395c I I .y, .M 1I11 .

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section of .
other applicable .
I CHRISTMAS NEEDS. AND REMEMBER, IF YOU DID I Rule Chapter 17-3 Florida Pantry Pride Flour'- 37c I 4 5 I y -p'.j: 9

I VILLE MALL, YOU'D BE THROUGH BY NOW! (I desiring to appear and be 7 DAYS A WIIK. BONUS 1 U.I. HO. I '''NeY I IONATMAH oa IIOMI .."un
I heard will be given an opportunity BUYS OOOO THRU NOV. 1O 1971. <
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COMINGJ'if' > ,, 1 State Department of Florida of Pollution wtirotr IQW mirr ONUS turf" ivniDtr ,ow icr i ivrtroir iow Mini

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Jessie Norman of Orlando, and Route 1.1 Starke died Wednes- one-hour, technicolor movie ... _....u..... _. _". ___.. .. ._ .. .'._. _'"""u. ...... ................. .. .....
the late The Norman, died October Illness of :! '' .3, iu3a lhlfi jf, '." ,"'''''z -- "'
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Formerly of Starke, he was Tampa on April 18, 1923, and will happen on Earth when CONGREGATIONAL: HOLINESS STARKE CHURCHOF NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST .:
born Jan. 7, 1924. was a member of Grace Baptist Christ returns," the pastor CHURCH CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng HOLINESS CHURCH AT MELROSE

Service were held In Chuch. aid. School 9:45 Bible School, 10 a.m. Wor- Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services: .
Charleston on October 20. Surviving 1 II her husband, Sunday Worship 11 : Youth a.m. ship Services, 11 a.m. and Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship, Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
Besides his mother, he Is Vasco Forsytti; three sons, Morning a.m. 6 p.m. Midweek Service, Wed- 8 p.m. Wednesday Night ser- Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even-
survived by his wife, Ocle Mae; Bill, Kelly and Klmbo Foriyth, HOMECOMING SET Service 7 6.p.m. Evening Worship nesday 7 p.m. Ladles Bible vice 7:30: p.m. Everyone wel- ship 7 p.m.Tuesday Ing Worship 7 p.m. '..
a son. Wayne; four sisters, Starke four daughters, AT BEULAH BAPTIST p.m.Thursday Meeting 7:30 evenlngs-8 .
all ; night Prayer Meeting Class, Thursday 11 a.m.Church come.L.L. Prayer : All other p.m.
Mrs. Doris Rick and Mrs Mrs. Johnnie Johns and Mrs. located one block west on SR Parker, pastor ,

Dorothy Wood, Orlando: Mr*. Nancy Alvarez, both of Starke; Homecoming will observed 7:30:David p.m.Hodges Pastor 16. p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey, pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Pearl Cordon and Mrs. MIldred Mrs. Judy Padgett Lake City, at the Beulah Baptist Church -J,P.II. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST '
Knowles take Butler and and Mrs. Cleo Elder, Klngsley on Highway 21 In Clay Countyon Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARY CHURCH .
; Sunday, Nov. M. Rev. John- GRACE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
DoraG. 11 Pre Ser-
two brothers J.E. Norman andGuy Lake her mother, Mrs. PINEH1LL CONGREGATIONAL Worship a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
'taylor, Starke; and one ny Strickland of Palatka will CHURCH STARKE METHODIST CHURCH vices CBooster Band, Young Services ing Worship II a.m. Evening
Norman, both of Miami. 633 W, Pratt St. Sunday -
later, Frances Taylor, Jacksonville be guest speaker. Lunch will Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- People, and Prayer Service), : Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worshp 7.-James Shaw,pastor. .

e ; and 13 grandchildren be served at 1 p.m., followedby Ing p.m. Evening Worship Ing Worship II a.m. Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m. Training UnIon BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH

Ralph Nader ii crltlcil of Funeral services were held afternoon.special singing during the Union 6:30: vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Midweek Service, Wednesday 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER, FLA.

the safety factor of the Rotli at 2 p.m. Saturday Oct. 30, A special Invitation 7:30.: Wednesday. Prayer 7:30: p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- 7:30: p.m. Rev. John Strickland, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim Templepastor.Sun-
1* extended Meeting, 7:30.: Rev. LeonT. Pastor.
in Grace Baptist Church with
Royce. A* a subject for worry hard, pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor
moil of ua can put that Rev Leon T. Odom and Rev. to former pastors and Odom, Jr., pastor. day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol,
Lovett officiating Interment members, as well as friends FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH) GOD Superintendent. Training Union
fairly well down on the Hit, Virgil CHURCH OF '
of members. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ( 100 at Theressa) 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas, Di- :
S was In Crosby' Lake Raiford Road & Weldon St. Highway OF PROPHECY, BROOKER
with DeWltt C. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 10 Morn- Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng rector. Worship Services 11 a.
Mart and more American Cemetery Sunday School a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. '
7:30. Midweek Service
imitated telephone Jones f'uneralllome In charge. ing Worship II am.i.; Evening Ing Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship II a.m. Worship II a.m. Young Peo- m. : Prayer -
ore ordering
7:30. Lavern Outlaw
Worship 7 Wednesday mu-
p.m. Union 6:30
7 Thursday night 7:30.: Training p.m. 6 Evange-
p.m p.m.
numoen. Eventually, every CARD OF THANKS ple's sic director.
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
home will have a phone" and! Clara Mae Mathews Words can never express how 7 p.m. Young Peoples Meet-, -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Wednesday Worship Night-Prayer 7:15 Services p.m.- listic Service, 7 p.m.7:30 Wednesday I.
them will Prayer Meeting, : p.m.
of' ever ring
grateful we are to our many Ing every Monday, 7 p.m. 7:30 Rev Merle IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
Mrs. Clara Mae Mathews, 68, friends fop the many act of G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone EVERGREEN BAPTIST Packham- : p.m.. Come and worship with us. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. .
of N. Orange St., Starke, died kindness shown us last week welcome. Highway 125, Northwest of pastor.ST. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. .

JacksonvilleBusiness Sunday night In Bradford County when we lost our home and Lawtey. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship II. Training ,
; Hospital after brief Illness. contents In the fire. A special ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM CHURCH[ Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Ser-
Born in White Springs on July thank you to the Keystone CIIURCHSTARKE Night Service. 7:30: p.m. Wednesday CHURCH. STARKE FREE WILLBAPTIST vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer

10, 1903, she had lived In Heights Fire Department. Father James Cregan pastor Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday Service, 7:30.

Starke for over 30 years and Thank you kindly, Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday p.m. Rev. Albert Knight pastor Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning School 9:30: ; Morning Worship Service -Rev. L, Tommy Howe, pas

was a member of the Airpark Dyal and Alma Baldree & Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, Prayer, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- 11; League 4 p.m. Night Williams tor.
6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper -
Baptist Church. Family. 7 p.m day, II a.m. Church School 9:45: ,
Surviving Is one daughter, Confessions Saturday 6 LAURA BAPTIST a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. h pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST :
Mrs. Dorothy 0, Warren of Sunday School 9:45: a.m. -John M. Flynn, Rector OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
DirectoryAuto P.m.School Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- FIRST UNITED METHODIST
of Religion: 1404 E, Bessent Road
Ocala Theo
; one son STAPKE
Ing Worship 7:30 p.m. Midweek
Grade School Sunday 11 Sunday Priesthood 8:30
Fort Meado; six grandchildren Bible BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: Morning : a.
ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC a.m. to 12 noon. Study, Wednesday, 7:30: ; m. Sunday School, 10 Sacrament
and 14 a.m. -
greatgrandchildren.Funeral CHURCH. STARKE Sunday School. 10 a.m. Warship Worship, 11; Junior and Senior
High School Wednesday 6
Sales and Service services were held Father Jams Cregan,pastor. 7 to 8 p.m.Be In church Sunday. Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups, 6 p.m. p.m Mia
Monday 7:30
at 2 p.m. Tuesday Nov. 2, In Saturday Nail 7 p.m.Sunday p.m.BAYLESS Frank Jarvis, pastor. Training, 6:30 p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal : p.m.
Tuesday 4:30
Parrish Motor, Jones Memorial hapel with Mass, 10 a.m. Holy Day Ma*, Worship 7:30.: 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng .- Wednesday- Primary Relief : p.m.
Rev. Elmer Mercer officiating 7 p.m. HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30 ,
Interment was In Pine Grove Confession -- Saturday 9 Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- CHURCH. MACCLENNY 7:30 p.m. 7:45.: p.m.Jesse
D. Branson
SALES Cemetery at Halfora. ship Service 11 a.m. Church Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T, Farabee, Jr. President. Branch
SERVICE School of Religion: Training 6:30: p.m. Evening Day Mass. 5:30: p.m.
FARTS VOLVO : Grade School -- Sunday Bam Worship 7:30.Wednesday: .,;.... .....J!.)!; .o!:-X: ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::S::::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::;: ::::::;::::::::::::::::::o::: :::;:::::::;:::::::::::.,-:;:.:;:;:.;:;::;:;::::*' r5r::: :
:1' Alice McIntosh to 12 noon. Prayer Meeting ;
7:30: p.m. I..n. "* "* .J
High School -- Sunday. 7 <<
Always Good Vied Can
"19Ml Mrs. Alice H. McIntosh, 84, p.m. Rev. J.D Robinson The carpenter| knunn that there. I Is :$
Laura SI. Pk. :35VWWJ '. of Starke died Friday, Oct. 29, Make life NJ
In a local hospital after a LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST your pfujivi' ns.' iu curd the hammer, nntthat\

ELECTRIC MOTORS "'. short Illness. She was bornIn HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH the nail must be hit fium, the litfhtiHieitiini ;:::
Hamilton County on Decem- CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- have the right .:.:

ber 8, 1886 and was a mem- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening or the null will 'Iwiul.ihildmi it 1 '
PEAVY BrothersG ber of the Starke First Chris- ; Worship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday I.
Ing Service 11 Bible Study
} tian Church. a.m.; Everyone welcome. A. of Gal! | \\r nerd to make k
Electric Co. I T f', 6:30:; p.m.j; Evening Service 7:30: Rev. Robert Hall ten
Surviving Is one daughter, pastor
Mrs. Clyde Priest of Starke; P.m.Wednesday the ,right import| nn cithci. When .. '" .:;
Prayer and
Electric Motors three sons, Tiliman of Starke; CHURCH OF GOD
Bible Study 7:30: p.m. "r attend' ilnmhw, learn haw to Heatuthem
Sold Serviced Repaired J.W., Jr., of Jacksonville; and Melvin Ilamel, Pastor 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. jq'71411 :;::
.Generators Staters Armature William A. McIntosh of Immo- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ; iincl at the Miniv time err :::;
&w1ndlnlr. kalee; one brother, Charlie Hamilton ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday >>
r setting an -xiimilc, fur "I h.,''. If \\f ,. : :
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2523; ; and one great-grand FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Evening, 7 jp.m. Youth Night ;::: | sL

.r 5hlldif STARKE Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. ,Prayer: L .' i lemam, ftraiicHt, u*>uell! hit! .> ii.(, I I .. .1'' .. ;''.'
funeral services werefrtlld" <( Meeting, Friday 7:30: .' '"
.'t, ." Sundays='Brotherhood'WeetIng :. ;:1:
PIANOS at 2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Me- and Breakfast 7:30: a.m.; -Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor f.1 then others, are" IVHM likely I In .hind., :::
morial Chapel with Rev. Bob / {::::
School 9:45 Morn- # .. .
Sunday : a.m.
YAMAHA PIANOS Cooper officiating. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST : f'.r / /"",* i/Vrn //"i, flit ::;:
Ing Worship at II, sermon by tf <<
CONN and KIMBALL Interment was In Crosby Lake Rev. Richard M.* Barber, Superintendent Union Sunday School 9:30: ; Training f rayoopli', / / flint, in" ulititthl tin "N {::
Cemetery under direction of of Missions, New 10:15: a.m.; Morning Wor- :: :}:
DeWitt C. Jones. ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship ;::: .. ,, ..
River-Santa Fe River Associations "no',' ./"" II"". :: ,,'
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 r #
; Church Training, 6:15: rf .

sand, Jolm T. Monds p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Wednesday.Pastor S, a son
sermon by Rev. Richard M. Rev Robert West others ::

4 ;1; Barber y x
John Thomas Monds. 68, of Monday Trustees Meeting, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :.:: ...
411 Sapp St.,Starke died Thurs 5:30 p.m.; Youth Choir Prac- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. r. N N '

day, Oct. 28, In Gainesvilleafter tice, 7 pjn.Tuesday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth I.:::.:: '-
'I an extended Illness.He -- Helen Masters Fellowship 6 p.m. Choir Prac- <
"SWINCiER"31ORGANS was born In Providenceon Group meet at church, 9:30: tice, Wednesday 8 p.m. 4ClTlp fa :>> .

KIMBAI.T. ".* November 27, 1902 was a I a.m.: Ida Darby Group at homeof -Rev. Robert D, Burch 1 :::: I,
retired farmer and a Baptist. Mrs. L.N. Pickering, 2:30: ::0) : :!r.i;:;-: q :: {} "" : I.j!
Roosevelt Mall-38*S1S' Funeral services were held at p.m.; Lorena Eonernon Group CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH \ ;:.: f.
:< tr'/. 2 p.m. Friday at the graveside meet at the home of Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ;: Bf ; n .' 'a::}: ,

In Dedan Cemetery near George Anderson,3 p.m.; r oung Worship 11. Training Union ::3 I -'Oll" .:f t .
FURNITURE Brooker with Rev. Robert Burch Musicians Choir, 3:30: Girls 6.30.; Evening Worship, 7:30.: # "n." (Ooon' II W, __ _t w"as, ::yx i:::<, r. } ,

officiating. DeWltt C.Jones Funeral In Action 4:15;: ; Lottie Moon -LeRoy Dalrymple, Pastor nM. IK........MM kunMfl. ..III..Im o/h/:;::: :L:: '. ,..N ::;}}: .'
BAXLEY CHA'lRFurniture Home was In charge of Group at the Church Brownlee m MrrddNhMrWarMe.ewri. ;:::%::% ::::
; 1t ... ,. ::
arrangement Group at home of Mrs. ED. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH :I. ::: :
Discount {, :; ..
; :
School 10 Morn-
alt Tenly, Sr.; Ethel Biggs Groupat Ing Sunday Worship 11 a.m.Evening ., N w .styli w ii Ali ... My. *.."l'..'.''.:::.?;:':.:;:' +::..". ')
home of Mrs. Christy a.m. .w
The Gaud Hook Gladys '. rrw.a.* DM. Itmtim .M... LIvInRRown "roper.A Worship 7:30 Prayer
7:30 : p.m.
l : p.m.Wednesday rat
; ::3 e.w r. .w.dlrh. Msd. rMwdwl" ..w':.};.:/ 'q'' ::
Dtnlnif Room 1''. total of 173,478.568 Family Night Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. _................_.__-' ;::, ':'''':.:. j }} J
J M :. copies of the Scriptures were Supper 6 p.m.; Prayer MeetIng J.C Saunders, pastor :f J lI ....o-to '" ...... .."" -.. ft. <': ,- ,.. :: :.
Be .Iro distributed worldwide last ; : ... .d .W. P.w -. '"
:.;...- year by the United Bible Societies and Officers Meeting, 7:15: ; MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL I f owl Mow lMM. ..Mfr. ...Md4d. .ill t F l'r/ N J.
WHOLESALE PRICES Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday t4 .. .1 ::
Domestic distribution School ""M OMnk taint 1 win i. ton slid
11 Wor-
Thursday Music Makers a.m. Morning
$48 c- I Block: from l-lt Recounted for 99595.467 of Choir, 3:30 Church Wide ship 6 p.m. Training Union : MM 11Io. *..Mary. .>. wu dal t j i CW-.. .... M'i -
p.m.; 'i .
... .
Jatk..nytnf', Fla. 38M74I the total. Visitation 7 p.m. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 3 ww wa. M A. ar w w .;: ,
i W. -.1:1'J ,-' ? .. .. rte- '- :;:
Wednesday -7:30 Ser-
-W.A. Hogan Pastor Prayer 4 -.... .. ..J '
vices. :
l :l
. -Rev. Bob Cooper pastor -- 1:

Is Our Business CHURCH AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH .. ... .. .. ..... ........................ ,..,.................... ......... ...... .... .. ;... .
,. ...... .. ,
Housing Intersection ur Highways 16 Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- ,":.,_._..,._..,"_..o>NY "_"" NY.No.'" ::}t}:{.$::!}:.f.WaSSftSft:: : !r:}!;ft{}:SWWI : :.:.'.::::::}:::::r.:{:C 5'rS.r::{{:n::, :::o:: ::.:"'.....:.;: w'.. :iI?'.. :-;:Yo.:.:..'...'.....:......;.:.;.;.'.;.:,.;;.;..,... ,-
(North) and 225. Hev. Wayne ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening -

JJ. Wells, pastor. Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Prayer Meeting and Bible Study, STARKE "66"
Service at 11. Evening Service 7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. FLORIDA tI!
7:30.: Wednesday Service, 7:35p.m. : G.F Prevatt pastor. Everyone I SERVICE

Welcome.. $
\DISON STREET V"c EST Hill Edwcnlrt, |Ph. 964-7231 $


Sunday School, 9:45: ; MornIng Sunday Service:Sunday Sc"> al) '5 ONTROLA '.

Worship at II;Church TrainIng 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, _":!"" < AdjustingBrake :
6:15; WMU Prayer Circle, 10.45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: O.MKsa..
,.z--- 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sun- Service
A Prac- day, 6:30:
Monday Youth Choir p.m. Phone 9846U114HR.
Carl Hunt Wheel Balance and
.(}$. i..... f.. any&Cieq (io.n t.J'I..1A. io lu".i"' tice, Chldren's Choir Prac- -J.C. Brown minister
tice, 7 p.m.Tuesday 339 E. Call St. Sturke, Kla. Alignment '"
.\ Prayer Group, 9:30: JORDAN MISSIONARY
a.m. Mission Friends Girl BAPTIST MISSION WRECKER SERVICE I'hon.964.5745 for FREE AIR. SERVICE :3

We Sell The Best Modular House In Florida Let In Action, Acteens, 3:30; p.m. U.S. 301 North, behind Tastes "
Mlw 301 and 100
y and Estimate
Frees \
Wednesday Prayer MeetIng Drive In, Sunday Inspection: AU Minor Repair

Us Prove It. 7:30 p.m. Church Choir School, 10 a.m. Worship Service tit 8. TMBBJ Starke
We Also Stock The Largest Inventory of 24 Wide Practice 8:30.Thursday: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer 617 N. Temple Ave. SUrfce :

Visitation, 7:30: Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- t:
Mobile Homes In The Southeast. ,

18 Different Finance Plans Up To 33 Years on p.m.Denton Sumrall, Pastor day.Leroy Olive, pastor EL. BRADFORD |
Grlffls associate BUILDERS
Modulars And Up To 12 Years On Mobile Homes. 4 pastor STARKE EDWARDSGrocery I IKetler

Finance Plans With -NO) Down Payment Including MADISON STREET DEDAN BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH SUPPLIES. Inc. and Market ABSTRACT CO. '"

V.A. Financing. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Groceries Meats Feed Service For Your.
Just Come.To.Our Office We Do The Rest. Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Services 11 a.m and 7 trrtwrlft, Ace Hardware -
Worship at II; Church Training p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. GAS AND 011. Title rrob..... ti,,
6:15 P.m. WMU Praver Circle. -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor CMHfWt. Paint SnppIlMMM -
7:15; Evening Worship, 7:30.: Jack and Gladys Edward Abetracta
., >< a Monday Youth Choir Practice GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH 8sortl'"* ,.
St. Johns Mobile Homes Children's Choir Practice Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng U. S. 301 South Stark. Title Innuranee .
7 U. First"21f >
P.m. With
Worship II .m. and 7
Tuesday Mission Friends p. PHONE M4-5312 ISM \V. CAn Ph. M4M1

11 *' Inc. Girl. In Action Acteens, 3:36p.m. : m. -Rev John Rots, pastor WMfctaftMi. St. .....1270 I

I' 1'3( Wednesday Prayer MeltIng -

GREEN COVE SPRINGS 7:30: p.m. Church Choir Newspapers are the fifth CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. ::

Practice Deacons Meeting, largest employer in the nation,. .
Phone 8:30.: with 365,700 employed last Owaod By. These W. Serve I. Twelve N.rt..... Florida. Omtle) .H.....* Our ........... Uv. i mater1a.ctL.Ur"i J
Thursday Visitation, 7:30: year, an 0.7 per cent gain over 2:
1968 Key.te.* H..."..-Pnei*
jun. and a 12.S per cent gain
--Denton Sumrall, pastor. for the decade.

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r KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j: INDIAN BEACHLake Ordered Probation ease Indians Bite

--- JAELROSE ( Sants Fe) Assault I
By: Michael H. Cbltiy I

Phone 47S-K12
tII --- --- -- __ __---_ ______ Sandy Grayson of Keystone
--U- - Well, howdy there, friends Heights, pleaded nolo con- 35 0

and neighbors, from your Roll- tendere to charges of assault Bulldogs

I Keystone Hilites ing-Reporter. I'm rolling bet- and battery before Judge Gra-
ter this week cause I've Just
I ham Hutchison at Lake Geneva
II I I! 1---1; about shook loose from the and was sentenced to 90 days By. Mike Chltty
By GLORIA REDFEARN Cnld BUB.though he's still hangIng In Jail and a $51 fine Both were

PleGae Call 473.3288 .! on for dear life. I feel suspended however, and Gray- You could say the Indiana period Bobby Burner, who

---- -- 473.4182 -I. her t. much better than I did last son was placed on strict pro- rang the Bell Bulldogs to death played a brilliant game as quarterback -
-- -- PRESBYTERIAN week so I praise the Lord for
FAITH In the meantime, members bation" under supervision of last Friday night In their 35- watched his Sopho-
OOTUCATE BRIDGE:: Christmas Music practice for will meet at various homesor this.Monday the Florida Probation & Parole 0 slauiditer. The Indiana. who more back-up quarterback
Winners for Tuesday Oct arrival was a carefully guarded the Youth Choir Is scheduled work In their homes night, I visited Otis Commission for 90 days. were very 'Impressive In their Robin Henderson connect with
own ,
surprise and the hostess, for Nov. 4 at 3:45: Melton's fattier, Lonnie, who Albert W. Johnson of Rick Wheeler on
23: were: First Mrs. Val 1 Thursday, making Christmas novelties or Key- victory, were led by Larry a 5-yard pass
Louise l arehburn. Also attending Adult was released from J. Hints for the final T.D. of
stone the
Givens and Mrs. C.V. Home; RA 1972abudge Chasbeen decorations and gifts for the Heights pleaded guiltyto Turknett and Rick Wheeler who night.
Medical Center after being
Second. Mrs. Gay Livingston the celebration were: proposed Bazaar. an assault and battery charge both scored two touchdowns a The magic toe of Mike Packardset
Mrs. Marshburn's by the Church there about four and a half and bond of $501 the fifth P.A.T. in
and Mrs. Raymond !btarnes: ; sister Mrs. prepared was estr ated. piece. Mike Packard also up a
Third, Mrs. Loeb Duncan and L.A. Canova of Starke and Mr. Boards and a copy mailed to PERSONALS weeks following an automobile Worthless check charges shined, adding all 5 of the row, making the final scorea
and Mrs. James Olto members last week. After care- accident, during which he spenta made defendants whopping 35.0.COACH'S .
Mrs. Bert Holloway; and from Bay Members and friends of Mrs. Care were against several extra points, which was a real
month In the Intensive
Pines; her son-in-law and ful consideration, membersare with the following disposition -
Mrs. Michael Falkel
Fourth final Improvement for
Ruby Reed paid respect In and Keystone
Unit. Ills mother was
and Mrs. F.T. Hogue. grandchldren of Keystone, Da- asked to either bring or Nov. 1 : kicking team.It COMMENTSOnce
to her Monday 1.
on ,
Winners for Thursday even- vid E. Weimer Frank Sandra mall to the church treasurer. at her funeral services at the out of the hospital during this Charles M. Scarborough, has been my policy to do again Head Coach Roy
and Coree Weimer' her niece John Brennan Box 26 Lake time because of Injuries Including 2 Bayless had lot to be
28 ; Hawthorne charges, pleaded best a proud
Ing Oct. were: First Mrs. Jones Funeral Home. Ruby had whichwasn't my to be as accurate as-
and nephew from Starke This Is renewal month a ruptured spleen In of. The whole team fine
Mary Cook and MIllS Iva Hill- Mr. Geneva. friends, for she was a gulland was released cus- possible In my reports of each played
Second, Mrs. Michael Fal and Mrs. George Canova and for the church magazine, "Sur- many loyal and faithful member of detected till two weeks tody of his attorney to make game, especially where names football, and really moved the
kel and Mrs.John Tower;Third, niece and nephew of Orange vey," and subscriptions may several organizations and Clubs after the accident and she had restitution and pay court costs are concerned. As you can I- ball well. Bobby Hurner playeda
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey V. Ban park Mr. and Mrs. Levy Can- be given to Mrs. Ernest Bart.. of which she held offices. An to have surgery to take care of within\ two weeks. magine, it would be quite disheartening real good game at quarterback

nister; and Fourth, Mr. and ova and friends from Keystone, lett. Eastern Star Service was held that problem. While I was Linda Ruby, Keystone to have the touch- and also played good defense
Mrs. BUI Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McGlave, preceding the funeral services. there ( and before I got there) Heights, pleaded guilty to two down (s) you scored creditedto along with Mike Wrinkle and
Mike Murrhee; Dr. and Mrs. CRAFT CLASSOn Keystone Heights Eastern Star the Meltons were celebratingwith charges of worthless checks; someone else. This Is Just Steve Byrd. Rick: Wheeler, Robin
BOWLING NEWS Samuel Rooh of Jacksonville, Thursday, Nov. 4, at 2 members presented the floral all but two of their child- allowed to make restitution andpay what happended In a compet- Henderson and Mike

The Northeast Florida League Mr. and Mrs. Shands Mc- p.m. another Crafts Class will tribute to Ruby Reed were Mar- ren who Included: Otis Mel- costs on first charge; fined ing paper not calling any Shultz were outstanding In the

played at Ocala on (10. Kelthan. Miss Lucy Marshall be held to which all friendsare shall, Mrs. Sarah Hallman; ton, Odessa McConaghy, Buck $26 or five days on second names but It Initials are rushing department.
DeWltt C. Jones team play Miss India Galloway and Mrs. Invited. Children may Join Worthy Matron, Mattie Lee Melton, Katherine Thomas all charge (with restitution). G.S.--- where all 5 touchdowns STATISTICS
team of Gainesville A.V, Sangster, all of Jacksonville after school, each Thursday Klngsbury Worthy Patron of their families. We were all Mary L. Malloy, St. Augus were wrongly credited. And I'm 101 BELL
the opposing ;
five except for holidays. Miss Jane Floyd Koons Chaplain, Mrs. glad to see Grandpa Melton tine, found not guilty. here to set things straight. First Downs 15 7
taking points. Mrs. Marshburn honored Driscoll will be instructor. ; home and he's sure glad to Linda A. Bright, Keystone
Mabel Smith had high was Jo Reed; Star Points,Ada Mrs. Bell won the toss of the coin Rushing 210 146
188 and high series game with flowers, a birthday cake Mrs. Herbert Parsons of Georgia Murrhee; {,uth. Mrs. ha there. Heights, pleaded guilty to two before kick-off, but that's Just Passing 103 70
of 671.
Total ,series for Jones Team and many lovely gifts and other Camp Montgomery and presi- Jackie Weeks; Martha Mrs. Tuesday, I visited Otis, and charges and was permitted to about the only thing they were PC PA PI 6-15-0 4-12-2
tokens of her friends and fam- dent of the Church Women's Dodle Koons, and Electa, Mrs. then my grandparents, Hubert make restitution and pay costs. successful at all night. On the Fumbles lost 0 I
3,942. November M the Northeast ily's esteem.Amanda. Circle will announce the place Marlon Driscoll. Rev. Leamon and Palma Chltty; In Starke, Aron W, Sherrouse, Middle- first play after Bell receivedthe Yads

Florida League will be of meeting for November 11 at Ward of Gadara Baptist Church, while Mama and Granny Cope- burg, pleaded guilty and was kick-off. Keystone Inter- Yards Pen- 80 60
bowling In Sanford.COMMUNITY 9:30: a.m.COMMUNITY. land went to Gainesville.Thursday permitted to make restitutionand
of Melrose
former Chaplain James and cepted the ball and set up the
Masonic Lodge and Past Pa- my parents pay costs.RobL first
score of the Seconds
I III evening. -
CHURCH Iyer CHURCHA Cricket went to Gainesville on
tron of the OES Chapter con- later. Quarterback Bobby Bayless says he's expecting a
Monday evening, Nov. I, the Joint Church Board meet- ducted the services. business, and while there they Humor tossed real head-knocker this Friday,
General Meeting of Community Dies At ARC 101Mrs. ing will be held Sunday Nov. 1, Mrs. Reed was charter member visited Buddy and Merle Ellis. L. ParkerRobert pass to Larry Turknett a 30-yard, and as the indiaN travel to inter-
Church Women's Organization at 7:30: p.m. for the purposeof lachen the undefeated
to play
American Association of
of the Floren Fisher Keystone with Packard adding the
was held In the educational Amanda Victoria Hill- discussing any changes In of Retired Persons and with with L. Parker. 72, of extra Rams. The Rams who lead District
spent Friday night us. point Keystone Jumped out
building with Mrs. Maude Watkins yer, 101, of Melrose, died the Church Constitution.The her devoted husband, BUI. Farmington Conn., died Sunday, to an early 7-0 lead. : 6 In Class A Ball and were
Introducing Mrs. Betty; Tuesday, Oct. 26, in the Starke regular weekly meetings served the Chapter as Social Oct. 24. He was born In Camp- ranked 15th before their game
Blanton of Gainesville who Nursing Home after an exten- are Youth Fellowship on Sun- chairman on arrangements and vllle on June 23. 1899, and was Early in the second last week, defeated Lake Butler

gave an Interesting' talk on ded Illness. She was born in days from 7 to 8 p.m. Bible luncheon committees. Due to PERSONALSJim a retired custodian. the team of Hurner and period Turk, handily by an Impressive 42-

"Christian Education." A business Ozark. Ala. on Mav 8, 1870 Study, Wednesday evening. her health she had to limit and Evelyn Brummettand Surviving is his wife, Mrs. nett connected again, this time 12 margin. The Indians will

meeting followed with Mrs. and was a member of Trinity. her activities In the several son Jimmy of Panama City, Lottie Parker, and a daughter, for 40 yards, with Packard's have to keep their eyes on Wli-
Barry Wyman presiding. Episcopal Church In Melrose. SENIOR CITIZENSThe Mrs. Jeanette Joyce, both of kick lie Baker who scored 5 of
organizations. She will be deeply and Butch Yankee of Arkansas making It 14-0. Just a lit-
Surviving are two daughters spooks and goblins astronauts Jacksonville; three stepdaughters tle Interlachen's touchdowns last
I missed, as her presencewas spent the weekend with while later. Rick Wheeler
BAZAARThe Mrs. John W. Straun and Miss and pretty; maidens always with a smile. Pete and Joyce Barton. Sunday Mrs. Mildred Wilson. went In from 4 yards out top week and put on quite a performance -
Annual Community Iva L. HUIyer, both Melrose. and not to forget Uncle Sam Melrose; Mrs. Dorothy Keene for the Homecoming
Rev. and Mrs. Milton Scrip they all celebrated Evelyn'abirthday. ping an 80-yard drive by the
Church Women's Bazaar will be Funeral services were held In paraded about the Recreation ture enjoyed entertaining for a and Mrs. Peggy Logan, both of Indians. With Packard's third Crowd. I can't close without

held on Friday Nov. 5, at the Trinity Episcopal Church,Mel- Club building Tuesday' Oct. 26. week a former member of their Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Barrows Malden, Mass.; two sons, Ray straight PATthe Indians hada mentioning the fact that I heard
The Grand SwamI (Joe Ker- Parker of Florida and Charlie
Educational from rose, at 2 D.m. Thursday. Oct. \ ,
Building I church, Frank Crayton of Plain were honored with a surprise 21-0 lead which lasted Into that about 10 of Lake Butler'lplayers
28 rigan) held fort In royal regalia Parker, Cocoa two stepsons
a.m. to 6 p.m. with luncheon with Rev. William Poppell City, Ohio. Anniversary Party by his Sun- ;
half-time.. were not dressed out
Alfred W Harris
with his colorful turbanand Wakefleld
being served from 11:30: to 1:30.: officiating. DeWitt C.Jones Fu- Recently Rev. Scripture was School Class Thursday ,
robes. His slight of hand day Mass and Frederick Harris, Keystone's third period score last week because of trouble,
Hope to see everyone at the neral Home of Keystone Heights honored his 74th birthdaywith with beauti-
and Interesting Jokes on night, complete a North Redding, Mass. 26 came when Hurner sailed a which could account for some
Bazaar. was In charge of arrangements. to much laughter and gave good way fun. a visit from their daugh- ful cake. This was the Bar grandchildren and four great; 38-yarder right on target to of the difference In that score.
ter and husband Rev. and Mrs. row's 50th Anniversary, so Paul Lelno Let's all get out this week
Times grandchildren. his third Tf
were Just as happy ones ).
80th BIRTHDAY Frank Smith and Sarah want to wish thema
daughter -
we certainly and support our Indians and help
for the seniors for the kiddies pass the Once
A reunion and birth- as Funeral services were heldat game. again
family of Mlnneola. Others join- Happy Anniversary.Mr. Packard them upset those undefeated
day dinner party honoring Mrs. Maria II. Speck as they gathered treats ing were Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Mrs. David Reed and 10 a.m. Thursday Oct. 28, raise the added his point to RAMS! How about it?

Cora Marshburn of Keystone of apples, candles and Hallo- Houser, and son Tommy. Mrs. sons of Jacksonville spent In Jones Memorial Chapel, Key- Late in score the to 28-0. GO INDIANS!
Heights was held at the Riverside Mrs. Maria H. Speck, 64, of ween For cake the Houser Is a granddaughter, and Saturday with her parents Mr. stone Heights, with Rev. Thomas and final

Avenue home of her daughter Park of the Palms, Keystone and Keystone others Interested area members In- Tommy Is a greatgrandson.Rev. and Mrs. l>.w. Carpenter. Geyer officiating.Inter

Miss Louise Marshburn, Heights, died Saturday, Oct. the Judy and Aurell Nease and ment was In Melrose Cemetery.
Joining or visiting Club
Scripture guest
and Mary Hook In Jacksonville 30, in a Starke Hospital aftera was family spent a few days with
meet all Novem-
plan to us on speaker at the District <(Sou-
on Saturday, Oct. 30. sudden Illness. She was ber 9 at I p.m. In Starke. thern) Christian and Missionary Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis First Baptist( Church GAlNESVILLE'Bu'siness
Helping to celebrate her born In Germany on May IS, Alliance Church In Mlnne last week. Mrs. Lula Mae Car-
80th birthday were three daugh- ,1907, and was a member of HOMEMAKERS CLASS roll of Bonlfay, visited them Keystone Height
ola November 1. Lester
ters, Mrs. David E. Weimer, the Chapel at Park of Palms. The Sewing Class for mem- Sheets on, a retiree from U.S. over the weekend. 'I Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pas- "
of J Keystone< Heights Mrs.Bette i Surviving are her husband bers 'will meet In Gadara Baptist "- Steel on* Dedication Day Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Al Haller 'of DirectoryGARDEN

Miller of Houston,Texas,whose Otto Speck. Park of Palms, Church Hall Wednesday 29. at Disney World. Englewood, and Mr. and Mrs. tor.Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning

three daughters, Mrs. Lydia Nov. 10, at 10 a.m. Mr' and Mrs. A.P. Hallman Bill Unger of Grandin visited Worship 11; Church Training,
Rodgers, Dallas, Texas Mrs. Dick and Frances Milliard last
; 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship,,
Mrs. Reed attended the Fruit Growers Express SUPPLIES
Ruby Johanna McDonald Paramus
N.Y.: and Mrs. Esta Gust, Rochester Anne's Episcopal Church Co. annual reunion In Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Shepard 7:30.Monday Youth Choir Practice -
Mrs. Ruby Reed, 67, of Key- N.Y.; one son, Wer- Women meeting day has been event, Oct.Is 2930.mainly This for retired annual -- of Jacksonville, visited Mr.and 7 p.m. Youth Meeting, 8. BRASINGTONCADILLAC

stone Heights, died Friday ner Speck Woodcliff Lake,N.J. changed to the second Tuesdayof employees,but active per- Mrs. E.W. Revels a few days Tuesday Visitation Day. Johnson & Far!*, Inc.

Oct. 24, In a Gainesville hospital two brothers, three sisters, each month. Mrs. William sons are always welcome. last week. Wednesday Covered Dish OLDSMOBILE
after an extended Illness. and 11 grandchlldro. Bartlett Secy-Treas. reports The Melrose HomemakersClub Fellowship Supper, 6:30; Auxiliaries SALES A:: SERVICEFine SEEDS PLANTSInnecUeldct -

She was born In England on Funeral services were hel August 26, 1904 and was a member 2 p.m. Tuesday In Jones at the parsonage on Keystone who was associated with the their Clubhouse. Several visitors ings, 7:15: ; Prayer Meeting, 8:15: ; Selection of Trade Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
of the Baptist Church and Chapel Keystone Heights, with Lake on November 9 at 1 p.m. company when Mr. Hallman and attended and one new Adult Choir Practices, 9 p.m. Taken On CadlUac
the Order of Eastern Star of Hobert willy and John Meyer A guest speaker will discuss he lived In Tennessee, returned member Mrs. Slyer, was taken The Church Men's Brotherhood 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5101

Keystone Heights. conducting. Interment In the with the members a plan for with the Hallmans for an over- into the Club. Handbags, madeof held their organizational We Rent Fertilizer Spreader

Keystone Cemetery under dir- landscaping Improvements of night visit. tapestry and upholstery material .- meeting Wednesday and electedthe Motors Inc.TOYOTA Z24 N.W Sth Ph. J78-M78
Surviving are her husband, ection of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral the Church grounds.FELLOWSHIP were shown, and hardware following officers: Mr. Barkley ,
William Reed, Keystone Home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridges ordered for a Workshop to be Neylans as PresidentDirector -

Heights one son, Randolph CLUB spent ten days at their vaca- held in January. Plans were Phil Cromer as Vice GLASS

Mosley Jacksonville; one sis- Acting President. Mrs. Mlt- tion home at Lake Toxaway made for the annual Christmas Pres.-Secretary, LesterSheetsas drive and cars
ter, Mrs. Grace Wills of En- WISH I'D SAID ta Kersey, will preside at the N.C. While there some friends Bazaar which will be held on Mission Study Leader and 4 Sale wheel. F rta, Service
gland; one brother, Frank Hlc- luncheon meeting on Novem- visited them from this area Saturday, Dec. 4. Workshops Gene Wheeler as Mission Action ToyoU LIDDELL
ken, Ocala; and two grand- THAT -. ber 11 at 12:30: at the Lion's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clare of will be held In Neighborhoodhomes Leader. These gentlemenwill Clean Used

daughters. Club. Election of officers for Melrose and Mrs. Bama Boydof Instead of the Club- attend a Brotherhood Cli- 1700 N. Main 378-1286
1972 will take place. Nominations Keystone. The fall coloringswere house. nic In Orange Park this week. Glass Company
Funeral services were held from the floor will be In exotic as Nature changesher Daryle and Joanne Burnslde Bud Anthony will be our new Beauty Academy

at H a.m. Monday In Jones order. The nominated candi- colors, In the mountains, and Brian Byrn of Jacksonville, Youth Choir Director and will UGI... For Every Purporoe"i

Chapel, Keystone Heights,with A drop) of ink can make n dates are: President, Lester and the Bridges, with their Naval Air Station spent the meet each Monday evening at POWELL'S i Store' Fronts-Mirrors

Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. million think. Duane C.lrlggh Sheets; 1st Vice President guests, toured many Interesting weekend with Gladys- and La- 7 p.m. for choir practice. The Tub EnclOllure&-Showers
Interment places in the Carollnaa. mar Malphurs. people will then get together Beauty Academy : Furniture 'Ibpe Glaas Re
was In Riverside Memorial (; The New= London Mrs. Mitt Kersey; 2nd Vice young

Park, Jacksonville. (Iowa ) Journal.What Mrs. Lilly Roberts; Secretary After the guests departed. Marsha Kay Stokes and son at 8 p.m. for their Profomton In Tour placed
Mrs. Fern Hanson Corres- Alan and Mrs. Veal visited Youth Meeting. Leant a
; ,
of Birmingham
11111 Brannon ,
this Sunday, a NewMember's Time. Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION
Beginning spore
ponding Sec'y., Mrs. Emily I- met the Bridges at Asheville, James and Marzle Klnchen and T78-27M
Orientation class for 219 NW 10th -
son, and Treasurer, Mrs. Julius and they returned to Lake Tox- son Larry Friday and had sup 1228 So. Main Gainesville
I have
Hanson. Installation of officers away. Mr. and Mrs. Nail Lake per with them. While there, all new members who ELECTRIC MOTORS
will\ be held In Decem- and two children of Gainesvillealso Mrs. Veal visited Mrs. Laura Joined our church this the past dir- 372.8191 ; 372.1102
Hall. Monday, the Klnchens year will begin under
enjoyed the hospitality
to Thanksgiving Day on the Bridges, as well as the were In Jacksonville on business ection of our Pastor. This will ELECTRIC

November 25, the members attending thrill of autumn beauty. After and attended the fair. Saturday include age groups from Youth Lola Motor Repair Co.Of MEN'S WEAR

KIND the October GameFunDay a side trip to Spartanburg, S. they visited Mr.and Mrs. 1 through Adults. Mrs.
on October 28 agreed to C. with Mr. Brannon, the Brid- Merrill Edwards and son in Carroll will conduct the ele- Q .1MaVIUe. Inc.

advance the date to November returned recently to Lake Starke. mentary age group. Rewinding\ STAG 'N DRAG
ges to have Repairing -
We are very
18, if Lions Club house Is avaflable -
C I, Geneva. Mrs. Merle Packham visited Lynn (Coach) Klrtley as leaderof New and Used
4 Griffon Salt
Mrs. Klnchen Friday afternoon. our Boy's Pioneers Group 2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 37M31S Arrow Shlrt.-Flor helm Shoe
7 thru
MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThe Hours which Includes grades
New Paul, Lee and Greg Strand- (
did ? 12 and meets on Wednesday Formal RenkrLadle.
you say October 28 Homemakers berg of Jacksonville visited MOVERS
Club featured several interesting At Library Mrs. Jo Strandberg Saturday. evening after our supper at sportswear

programs and pro Mr. and Mrs. Lagrasse of : UNIVERSITYand
jects. There were six visitors BranchThe Gainesville spent Saturday with Lone Dliunce MovingSlornge GAINESVILLE MALL
who are prospective members. their mother Mrs. Owen 7:15.We Faekinr
Mrs. Ella Simon exhibited botha Crating Shipping

completed tapestry handbag, BLou Miller was busy last week Free Estimate C.Ua
Whatever your choice for as well as patterns and materials Clay County Public Library with all of the Halloween doings MUSIC

for making same. Mrs. Board of Trustees announces going on. She worked on the

,""" Lillian Norwood Vice President new hours for the Key- booth for the seniors for the
arranged to have a workshop stone Heights Branch. Additional Carnival Saturday and then Repair BALDWIN
C ,I' I In her home for the making hours provide for the worked In It. The seniors won

of these handbags.The library to be open on Mon- the $10 First Prize. The Mil PIANO fc OaG.NS

members voted to delete days, Tuesday nights, and In lers had a cookout last Sat- CHOWS OIl mi Anm'shopTtn

a new car. the November 25 Club meeting .- the..." mornings with the exception day for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Service, Inc. as this Is Thanksgiving and of Tuesdays The library Hatfield and daughter, Kelly. TYPEWRITERS IGM
combine It with a special meetIng .- Is closed on Sundays.The They are being transferred 1S40 N.E.V.Wo R4. O'vUU
( I on December 2, when members new schedule Is: from the Naval Air Station to S7-4m -

will bring a sandwich and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. dally, Mon- Great Lakes Naval Base.Those ADDING

continue with the business day, Wednesday, Thursday, attending were; Mr. and Mrs. O'Yt1le ctr. mss 6s
meeting, and a workshop for Friday, and Saturday. Tuesday Rich Bachman and Mrs. Rod- AUTO SALES SERVICE
FINANCE IT the Annual Bazaar on Decem- hours are from 1 to 9 pjn. ney Hlga of Jacksonville; Lou's
Miss Cheryl Rider Joined the sister, Carolyn, and Buddy Kelly MACHINES Tropical Pontiac Farm and Industrial

library staff on October 1 and Mike, Jack and Barbara Inc.
will be In the Keystone Heights Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gainesvilleand Equipment
1 1 S.E. MCKAY Branch to serve the patrons John and Sue Eckland.

ftHERE.., REALTOR during these additional new David Smith was surprisedwith OFFICE SUPPLIES
a birthday party at the TYPEWRITER Santa Fe Tractor,
Keyttono Hi*. 473-4316 Students will find the evening Miller home last Friday after-

hours an additional help In using noon. David was celebratinghis ADDING MACHINKf Authorised FORD
reference. This area has been 12th birthday and his bro-

COME IN GET ACQUAINTED HOMESACREAGESRENTALS re-arranged and provides for ther, Greg. celebrated his 13th Pontiac Farm 'Tractor" &: Implement
books periodicals birthday the Sunday before.
use of reference .
IANK and newspapers. Those attending the party were: Bradford .. Parti-Service USED EQUIPMENT:

KEYSTONE STATE Mr.. Mlb Il(.n 47J-4740 A listening station Is avail Lisa Craven, Nancy NIckell, 2101 N. MoiraGain.svfll. SALES PART GERVICT.
Col Ch..ln able for enjoying recordings. Michael Adams, Mark GIbbs, County
Krm* Bel.**!* Fla.Y I. j/RebJn.on/ Oft41J.48't Fla.
M.mb jr FJX1C. P.: oh.l Can 47J-405* One person may want to listento Polly Watson Mike Stanley and 4488 N. W. 6th S72S4f
fa T. ftI.- a selection or ss many u Buzzy Zowarka. ,I
Baak wftmrnmmHj. Telegraph 372.2583 fl.A.
...r rrbmar I GAINESVILLE.
." eight persons may listen during seems to be all for this
a single selection week folks, see you next time...
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Kentucky Fried Chicken 18 ,
In the Small Fry League eailly Goodman' Service Station I char for sale, $35.00 each. HELP WANTED FOR RENT- 12 wide 2 bed
downing Comm. Bank 266. a big one when they edgeda Mlnlntnm ,. .... .1.71 Call 9647923. After 6 p.m. room trailer outside city limits WESTERN:

KFC has 'TOW won fix games won tough Starke Builders team I I Crer IS wrd) call 964-6183. Itp. Carpenters Finish and Rough J.B. White. 964-6)14. 1
and have been beaten only no answer call 964-8799:
once. 18-12. .
Each word 11-7e
ever Electricians
KFC put 13 points on the boardIn Goodman's won the coin toss FOR RENTNicely furnishedone Plumbe/s AR
each half and led 13-0 at elected to receive and a good Ste Extra Chaff .If not bedroom house. No petsor Ceramic Tile Mechanics

the end of the first halt Elusive kick by Jimmy Prevatt causedthe paid in advanceCLASSIFIED I children. Phone 9645884.

Eddie Dyal scored twice In downon 570 W. Call St. Itchg.
ball to be placed DISPLAY Apply 8 A.M. .6 P.M. mm
the first half on runs of 10 and Goodman's own four yard 1IlalAt
-45 yards. Duano Searle addeda $1.50 Per Inch FOR RENT: 2 bedroom trail-,
Goodman's Keystone. Modular
line. System l .. FARM
available ,
conversion. er, through June 15,
to the
marched the 76 yards Memorial. R *oluUon*
Dyal added the 13 points In HniMpr, ffnnl line with Larry Proclamations etc -7e word 1972. Call 533-2366 after 6p.m. Reynolds Industrial Park HOMES i
the second half on runs of 10 White carrying the final 12 tfchg.

and 25 yards. Comm. Bank vards for a 6-U lead. CARDS OF THANKS Hanger No. 9 Green Coy Sarlna- Fla. SIMS

avoided a shutout when Andy Midway of the first half 10 words or leas .. ......I.** AVAIUBlf FOR tnrtM MM '
Grlffls streamed Into the end FOR SALE: I 7 year old Lunhttta
zone from 35 yards out. at White Builders picked 20 off yard a Prevatt line and pass two Each word over SO-7o mare & 6 months old Filly WAITRESS WANTED: Apply In crete FOR SALE block: house 2 bedroom con- YOUR LOT inflow CLOTNtl HATS UE
near shop
Quarter Longhorn Restaurant.
I colt. horse mix. $150.- person IAOOLI MMfOOCVmmt
WEDNESDAY OCT. 27- plays later Jeffrey Norman 00. Call 9648321. Itp.JXTERSTATE 4 tp. 11/18. ping center. Low down payment HUDTIIM soon
KFCI3 scored from 10 yards out and easy terms. Call Bu- MMUNITHM-DM FOOD
FIRST FEDERAL 12 when the half ended Goodman' FOR SALE: Complete double ford Mitchell phone 964-6760 3,5001600SG.FT. MID. IT FN.. MMMI I.LAKE lUUI
and twin bedroom also r------------,
The number one and two teamsIn had a 12-0 lead MORiLE_._jinmamoylV P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg.
782-3796. "
the Small Fry League squared Starke Builders second came half back and room group. .Jn. FJa. Call: 864560CWATSON'S Mobile Home I FOR SALE- Bedroom Homeon

off for the third time this sea- strong in the .licks([;' 2 1/2 acres land. Have well

son and !quite a battle ensued with only ten minutes Builders remainIng had- FOR SALE: Thomas Color-Glo I CLEANING stocked fish {pond. Pecan and

before a winner was de- tied to the be score played at 12-all. After organ. Double keyboard, excel- Building LotsAvailable OF fruit trees. $12.500 $7200

termined.In second half kickoff lent condition. Ideal for small I down. Monthly payment 6063.
their first meeting of the receiving Builders the marched down the church or home. $700,00.964- HOUSE1 OF''V ACUUMS": ) Exterior Washing And UVINQAREACALL Call Bill Powell Real Estate

season KFC trimmed First field and the drive was ,.If- 83SO. Itp. Manx. brands of ow' vacuums I Metal Roof Sealing Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.'

Federal 12-6. In the second maxed by a touchdown pass $39.00 up. Used machines from Need a lot for your dream

encounter First Federal got Jim Prevatt to Jeff Jockel and FOR SALE: 2 1960 Ford Pickup $10. Expert Repairs all makes. For Free Estimates home? We've got 'em! All FOR RENTOne bedroom fur-

even by defeating KFC 14-7. Goodman's lead was cut to six *. One Inspected and tag In Pam and Accessories for r rvacuums Itll, Call utilities avaJlable.-Financing nished apartment $85 per. mo.

In Wednesday's battle KFCmade points. Builders tied the game good* condition. Other, no tag .' Bum Central:vac- also available. If you're Interested Bradford Village Apts. Just

It two out of three edging at 12 all when Prevatt hit Dean or Inspection sticker Both uran-cleaning( systems."712 N, call us. .Starke SLADE north of Bradford High School.

team the only league's by the second margin place of a Brown for a 25 yard touch- $495.00. Phone 533-2136. lip. Main. Gainesville 376-7110 Day- 9648437Night Federal First. Inc., 964-5000 at First 12/23.Call Vic Frees 964-5286. 8 tp.

successfully converted extra down pass.Following. _
Builders tying FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished 964-5047
: -
13-12. real
point Interesting!
point of this game Is this.- touchdown Goodman's receivedthe house 734 N. WalnutSt. JN8uaAHCJI: 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South
the first four plays of the game kick off and put the ball In 964-7444 or 964-5070. lip. AT KKDCOCD BATES: --------------1 641 ft. on Hwy.; 8500.00 Cash Rochester 7 N.Y., Master's De-
grees experience
play on their own 20. On the Call Bill ; years
produced 13 points A1JTD.I"IBE. BOAT Powell Brokr 964- SERVICESFor
first Larry White went FOR SALE: 200 Acre Farm grades 7 through 12; seeks
play up
First Federal won the coin DOYLE> ,E. OONNKK 6464 or 964-6810
80 A. cleared In CARL BEGGS teaching position Feb. 1 I. 1972.
toss to the middle for 40 yards and on bal. timber
begin game and e- INBUKANCE: !: Phone 964-5606.
lected to receive. Bill Coodge the second play Jeff, Norman dwellings barns tobacco al- .... Gulf Service BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16. tf-chg.
went the remaining 20 for the lotment paved road; Terms) Building Lots on SR.230.Bulld- Information

took a handoff from Barry winning touchdown. A.J. Thomas, Realtor Tel.964- USED PARTS Ing Lots on SR. 100. Call Bill CaD Jacksonville O.C. Carries Nursery

Thomas and Goodge raced 30 5701. r.if Prices for Wrecked Car Powell Broker 964-6464 or
yards for the six pointer anda KOCH'S DRUGS 20 Hole in Your RootMOrA 14 Hor Wrecker Servte 964-6810. Collect Thousands of Plants
6-0 lead on the opening play CONNER INS. 0 FOR SALE: Small Quaker Cir- Fruit Trees Shade Trees,
Koch' Drugs maintained culating oil heater with tank Fuel Oil I
nt the OmmnKentucky Evergreens Camellias,
-- .ftM". .....w ens "'__..1_ n....._ I
half .
t ; Fried Chicken then their one game lead on .u al..t rivruw uxvm. : -Vied Car LISTINGS NEEDED ON ''Azaleas, Roses
put the ball In play at midfield first place handling Conner'swith Hampton Fla. Itp. Homes Acreage Tim- .
little RQ. MI N. wu. Farms Mart In can plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
and Duane Searle carried It difficulty -
ber and Timber Lands, Lake
halfway to the goal and on the The first half of the game FOR SALE: 1970 GTO Judge; 4M-1IM property. A.J. Thomas Realtor -

next play Eddie Dyal carriedIt was a defensive struggleas 366 HP. Ram Air Post Trac- Tel. 964-5701. SEWINGMACHINE U MI. S.E. of Starll liar 100
Into the end zone to tie the Conner' did a fine Job of tion, Automatic $2,895 Call Florahome 85J-218J

game at 66. Searle then swept holding off the potent offense 4681707. -j' &: J Roofing Co FOR RENT: 1 bedroom houseat I
of Koch's until with only two
left end for the 7.6 lead and
the final minutes left Carl llamm broke . .. . I 962 N. Temple Ave. Phone h --a, .
as score Indicatesthis IW IOHN -
conversion was the winning loose for a 35 yard scoring Phone 961.8778 964-5193. Itp. Salea and Service The Glass Shop I
the lead another
man's took on 301 South
Jackson Prevatt then Hiway
point. The half ended 76. run.
fine touchdown reception by ILL OhAr! (N0., PFAFF NECCIII s
passed to Mike Kitchens for a i ::
fry games last an hour Cole. Jeffrey Norman conver- FOR RENTFurnished & unfurnished New HomeUniversal Glass
and after the 13 points were 7-0 lead. apartments In town, .I -
scored in a matter of five In the second half Prevatt tedrfor a 13-6 lead. I DISCING and Garden Work done. also house In country W.H. For .. ..-:; .
minutes It was another 40 minutes passed to Kitchens for a touch- Near the end of the game Small and large areas Call Nollman. tfchg' $49:50
before First Federal on a down and to Bruce Wolfred for Goodman's put the game under 9645015. _4tp (11/11 up AH CARS and TRUCKS
the third and final when Jeffrey Norman Parts & Repairs on
Barry Thomas 35 yard run tooka touchdown. wraps FOR SALE 1964 Chevrolet Installed While-U-
broke loose for touchdownand : all other Make Ma
12-7 lead, and First Federalwas Prevatt ran one extra point. Goodman' had a a 19-6 victory TRADE Would like to Trade station wagon automatic transmission Custom Vinyl Auto Tops
ler chfnes.NATIONAL.
Vox Amplifier and Gibson Electric Brown Good condition.
within 10 minutes of claimIng
but It was hard earned. .1017 N. Main G'vill
a victory. THURSDAY OCT. 28- Guitar for Bass Guitar $650.00. Mlllard Judd. Phone .

However Eddie: Dyal and KFC KOCH'S Ditt1GS 15 STANDINGS. Koch's Drugs and Amplifier. Call 964-7337. 964-5951. Itctlg.DANNY'S.
quickly killed First Federal's STARKE BUILDERS 6 6-1-1 Goodman's 6-2, Starke ...I11.w: Univ. Av*. -------- a

hopes when Dyal broke loose Koch's Drugs got pass another Builders 3-5 Conner bis. 0-7- Gainesville! Florida I
for 40 yards and the winning hurdle toward claiming the Ban- 1. 378-1355' i MARY

touchdown.The tam championship knocking off SCHEDULE JIMMY MOORE'S Volkswagen PHOTOGRAPHYWEDDINGS .
win really I put KFC In the third place Starke Builders 15- Thursday Nov 4- 3:45:

drivers seat relative winning 6 and put a big dent In the Builders vs. Goodman's 5p.m. SUN SPORTS New V.ed IJ). PORTRAITS CARTER

the league championship, bar- Builders hopes.Thursdays Conner's Ins. Vs. Koch's. Sato Benrlce: 'WI COMMERCIAL PUMPSNEW I
ring a major upset as Kf'C won game was a hard Tuesday Nov. 9- 3:45: ,Build MOORE BOAT FOR 114 N. Walnut f'

Its seventh game against only fought contest and had it not ers vs. Koch's 5 p.m. Conner- YOUR MONEY 1 ML North of TIn MallOAINESVIILB Starke 964-8183.

one loss first Federal's record been for a couple of Builders 's vs. Builders. : AND USED PAINTS

: is now 53. These two mistakes the game could have Thursday Nov. 11 3:45: Starke Ph. 964-5791

teams have only one more meet- been quite different. Builders Koch's vs. Goodman's; 5 p.m., SALES
Ing. received the kick off and on the Builders vs. Conner's. Complete Outboard &: PARTS SAME

third play of the game Carl Stern Drive Service and 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repaired For Sale By Owner SERVICE

COMMUNITY! BANK 24 Hamm gave Koch's a big break BADCOCK DOWNS Repair. Complete Fiberglass and cleaned: at Dahmers Dis- Deep nnd Shallow Wells

ANDREWS DRUGS 12 by Interceplng a pass. Koch' KITCIIENSDRAWTITEDEFEATS Repair. Custom count, fast service tfchg 20 acres on SR 100 4 Mlle Water Softeners and PRICE

Community Bank won Its second quickly capitalized on the break RED NECKS South of Stark.. From
built Fiberglass Fishing FillersPlumbing
game of the season by rolling when on the first play following Badcock Furniture cushioned ; House with nw roof. 1400

over Andrews Drugs 24-12. the Interception Jackson Pre their hold on first place In the Boa t... I INTERESTED I IN BUYING! ; ft. on Hlway 833 ft. on AS
The bank team and Andrewsare vatt passed 20 yards to Mike Men's Flag League by two Graded Road. Supplies
battling for third place. Kitchens In the end zone for a games as they downed Kitchen's OR SELLING (

Wednesday's win by CommunityBank 6-0 lead. Prevatt then passed Tile, 25-18, handing the tile WATER FRONT LOTS ONLY $13,950 EXPERT SERVICE ON Jacksonville

moved them out of the cellar to Rex Siemer for the conver- team their second loss, both FOR SALE REAL ESTATE ALL MAKES
and Into a tie for third with sion and a 7.0 lead. at the hands of Badcock. On Crosby Lake and Crosby 29% dn.-bolanc $86.79 ma PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE

the team they beat. Both these Koch's moved the ball well Badcock started as though Lake Canal. Canal 50 feet CONTACT 102 E. BROWNLEE
teams have the rest of the first half but they would blow Kitchen's off wide. 8 feet deep) Located on Call Bill Powell 964-6810
two and
now won
lost six.Eddie. could not get It Into the end the field as they held a 25- State Road 100 3 miles Westof t After 5 P.M. PUMP & SUPPLY
Jackson zone. One drive was stoppedby 6 lead at the half time. John Starke Fla. Ideal for vaca- ROBERTS I CO.
was the big Taking applications tot
gun for the bank all Builders at the 10 yard Watson got Badcock on the tion cottage mobile home or REAL ESTATE :
four line. Then as Koch's was a- Scoreboard first.he hit Woody Investment. WE REPAIR and sell 'nearJ.y'every
The shortest touchdowns being on long runs. gain knocking on the door as Strickland with a 55 yard bomb at$1.295.00, $200 PHONE 964-7026 SAVE needle made for FHA 235
25yardsandthe down end any
the first half was ending Dean for a touchdown. The extra $35.00 month for 34nr <<
between longest he had being runs 50 of yards 45 and in Brown saved a touchdown by point was no good and the score ,,,,*,q ((8 1/2 % simple Inter- 421 W. MADISON' ST. Those Long Distance Also the stereo long regardless play records of age at New Brick 3 and 4

40 intercepting a Prevatt passat was 6-0. est). $1 off Bedroom Homes
yards. The bank team scored Phone regular price at Dah-
three times lit the first half the one yard line. However Kitchens came right back with Call 964-7701 8 ajn. to 9 SALE AT OLIN'S MO'JILEHOMES mer's Discount. tfchg Call for Details I

while Leonard Johnson Brown's momentum carried Bill Belote hitting Randall Mc- tf 1\111972 W. now handle tin
scored models. $1. air .
him into the end zone and as Gee In! the end zone with a 10 000 Low Down Payment
.once for Andrews and at halftime saved If $10,000
he tried to come out he was < yard pass. The extra point was LOTS FOft SALE Starke Golf earned. tickets, cruises, and tour*. and Moderate MonthljoPayment.
!It Olin will save $500 to $1.]
Andrew. 6.was Comm. Bank 18 nailed by Greg Walking for a no good and the score was tied & Country Club ready for 000. more In some you cases. Let- w. offer a special package .
and Koch's had 9-0 at building for Investment.
safety a 6-6. on or
Andrews me it, SII Of)tVes:. Phone
closed the gap to lead at half time. Badcock with Watson passIng Lots area approximately 1/2 prove Tour of New Vicon LONGCHAMP HOMES:
18-12 In the 934-5606. tfclrj.IREFINISIIING.
Leonard second half when The second half belonged almost moved In for another score acre and larger. Paved roads Disney World rton 064.66.53801.Hoati
Johnson scored for the exclusively to Buildersas as Watson connected with Blah only 3 minutes from town.

second time but a few minutes they kept Koch's In a hole Bishop on a 19 yard touchdown Call 964-7701, 8 a.m. to 5 P.m. Call 964.7449 8tMtie'I'J'
later Jackson Iced the game for while putting six points on the pass then hit Woody Strick tfchgNOTICE TOWN FINANCE '

the winners with his fourth board when Jimmy Prevatt hit land for the extra point to move CO. made to your \, ...

touchdown. Dean Brown on a 47 yard scor- ahead 136.KUchen's. I P.O. Box 225 N. T.mpl.| individual hearingrequirements -

ing play. Builders then led only again moved the ball ; Avenu. SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned! ,
STANDrNGSKFC: 7-1. First down the field Into scoring at no oiled and adjusted In
Fed. 5-3 9-6. Koch's then held of fa couple your
Comm. Bank 2-6. but couldn't cross
Andrews Drugs of Builders drives and with range ALL TYPES additional cost. home $5.00. Vacumn cleanerrepairs
26. the goal line. Badcock again
SCHEDULE two minutes on the clock andKoch' Stark and Keystone! also. All workguarant-
got a drive going and Watsonran UPHOLSTERYCABINETWORK WE HAVEPanty
eed. Dennis
E. Cogglns. Phone
Mon Nov. 8- 3:45: First attempting to Just run the final 12 yards to pay Heights area Customers I ALL MAKE HEARING
431-1428 tfchg
Fed. vs. KFC; 5 p.m., Comm. out the clock Carl Hamm broke dirt. The extra point was no AIDS REPAIRED
Bank v.. Andrews. loose for a 30 yard run andKoch's good and the score stood 19- Hastings Mattress) Expert Reproduction HoseIN

Wed.. Nov 103451.; KFC wrapped It up 156. 6. Just before the half Watson C. E. JACKSON AINESVILLE
vs. Andrew.; 5 p.m.omm.: found Woody Strickland behind -
Bank vs. First Fed. GOODMAN'S' 19CONJ'lo'ER the secondary and hit him -. 1313 W. Madison Stark STOCK AGAIN AID CO.

INS. 6 with a 39 yard pass for the 710 flt. Johns :AT.. FURNITUREQuality
KOCH'S! DRUGS Thursday was almost the day. touchdown. The extra point was PALATKAIs ATBargain 1137 N. W. 23rd Ave.

GOODMAN'S GULF for the blue clad Conner Insurance not good and the half ended with .
Milnsvlll. Florid 32601 Home Furnishings
CONTINUE Reduce safe and fast with Co- \ ,
FOR BATTLE Goodman' received the the score 256. Open AgainFURNITURE Bese Tabllts & E-Vap "water Phon. 376.0095 e Custom DrapcrlwCarpeting
BANTAM SUPREMACY openIng The second half was reversedas Price .
In last weeks Bantam Football kick off and were forced Badcock was held scorelessand trills Andrews Pharmacy 61p>

action K h'. and Goodman's to punt. Conner promptly began had to hang on to win as Kitchens : Of :e Interiors by Victor
each won> their' two scheduled to march toward the awl I got their offense rolling Repaired Refinished J600 Park Ave. Orange Pars

games and remained neck and line and It paid off with a six Willie Grlggs hit Randall Mc- Re-npholstered AVON CALLING 2M-S331 if
Deck In their battle to cap the pointer when Wade Winkler h' Gee with a 17 yard scoring 2iHOUSE .
Championship Jay Godwin with a pass ft* pass. The extra point was no MATTRESSES SHOP FOR RENT-
play covering 20 yards and good and the scoring gap nar- FREE -I IMAGINE A NEW YEAR 1 mile House and I acre-
Starke Builders dropped two Conner led Goodman' e.6.Conner rowed to 25-12. !Midway of the WITH NO BILLS Whispering Pine JWp- City limits. First
Call graded
far Collect 3282144CERT'S road right pass Hlway
was by playing half Grlggs hit Larry Mercer Selling for Christmas
games, one to each of now- tel US 301 S. Phone Station
named the above Its best game of the season with a 16 yard touchdown pass. beautifully designed and pack- i M"T 8th house on
teams .
and these two and had it not been for a great 964-8232 inquire 6th house In
losses have Again the extra point was no aged AVON products. Call now:
eliminated evenings.
from the Builders catch In the end son of a good and the remainder a gay girl- ready for 372-0421 or write Avon P.O. OF MILO UTILITY TRAILERS 2tp. li/n.

Builders will championship.baC Larry White pas by Mike Cole 25-18 through the a whirl after cleaning carpets Drawer B. Lake Geneva 32660. ONE PERSON
now have wants to
to with Blue Lustre. Rent electric CUSTOM BUILT pick up
Conner would have led 6-0 at of the game.
tie for In
the pecans
runner-up spot. shampooer $1. Derrick Lawtey Fla. GAS AND ELECTRIC return for pecans.
half time. However Just before ,
Koch's and Goodman's have Badcock: 6-0 Kitchen's 4-2. A WANTEDLady or couple to II Interested call 964-7008.
Inc., Builders Hardware Itp.
the end of the first half : WELDING BRAZING
two games remaining against Draw-Tit 2-4. Red Necks 0-6. live In nd care for elderly
each other and these of course Goodman' capped a drive a* SCHEDULE Supplies. Starke Ha. It. couple. Room, board and sal WORK WANTED: 2, 3 days SHEET METAL FOR 1968ChevroletCheT:< _

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they could split the t\me. with was tied at half time 6-6. Draw-Tit vs. Kitchen's. der. Lincoln 225 amp. A.C. employee Phone Waldo 8421. lip
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man' refused to let them score. Red Necks; 9 p.m.. Kitchen'svs. 964-8418. Itp. Rd. 18 Ralford. 431- FOR SALE-I963 Pontiac Tempest WANTED A lady to live In pony very gentle. mare
Midway of the final period Good- Badcock. 1881. Itchg. $75. 964-7527 alter with elderly lady. 533-2717 or bridle $65. &n4
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