Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 11, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Hearing DRUG vital to the agriculture eco- Starke ManHonored

Held On KOCH'S nomy County of oil Bradford dealer

John Torode urgedthe

TimberTaxes Chamber of Com- By-

merce last Thursdayto

promote the rebuilding

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With over $100,000 by fire.
9 A Starke man Mike
i.A Darby employedIn
M Ja'nAC
of tax monies riding
Torode said he Is concernedthat
Vietnam as a technical
on the outcome Attorney t9 nothing Is apparently being representativefor
Theron Yawn P done to see that the market Cessna Aircraft Company Military-
Is rebuilt. It has been month Twin Division, recently became the first
took Bradford Coun since he has heard anything
mtatrratn about the proposed new mar- civilian to be awarded a medal by the

ty's long pending i: -1 piss 4:: ; ; ket, the Shell oil dealer told 4th Air Division of the Vietnamese Air
timber suit by Con- : the Chamber board.
Force (VNAF).
tainer Corporation FoUowIng his board's directive
before Circuit Judge tr Chamber President Bud Darby son of Mrs. Virginia
Mizell phoned Commissioner Darby and the late Charles
John H. Murphree -
of Agriculture Doyle Comer Darby of Starke received the
In Gainesville last Friday: the day after the award while assigned to Binh
Wednesday after- Chamber Board met. Thuy Air Base Republic of

"There definitely will be a Vietnam, as a tech rep on
new market," Mizell said Com- the A-37 aircraft. The medal r 9.

....._ missioner Conner told him. An was the Technical Service Medal -
Results of the hearing were __ ,.A. .,.... Second Class.
architect Is to
working now
not available at press time
Wednesday. The hearing was finalize the plans and bids A letter, accompanying the i
The Koch's Store Call Street. will be "real MI-
held Judge Murphree's chamber now Drug on soon award said In part: the Alachua County; zell As said.previously stated the new "During the period from 23

building will be smaller than July 1970 to 30 September 1971
Container Corp. is challen- October the old one, according to MI- Mr. Darby displayed the !highest -
ging Its timberland assess- Improvement A wardsThis zell. The size will be determined degree of professionalism
ments for 1968-1971, naming as by data supplied by Mar- and enthuslam. He devotedly
defendants Bradford County; Tax keting Division research. The assisted the 74th Technical u
Assessor Gene Long. CollectorJ building will be a modern con Group, 74th Tactical Wing of r
I Koch's Store It (Is a major Improvement to Call Street.
Is the new face Drug now presents
; R. l Kelly, and State Directorof crete and steel structure. the 4th Air Division in many
to CaU Street after a total Inside and outside remodel- "
Revenue Ed:; Straughn. ing Job was completed In October. R. C. (Pee Wee) Dampier accepts an October BIP "It's In the final stages of respects. .
The hearing was originally Award from Chamber:) Exec. John Myers for his new planning now" Mlzell says. The letter cited Darby for

I set for U -a.m.-today,' but was For the improvement owner Olin Whitewas presented Parts Service Co. oh Brownlee Street. Starke Market Manager Bob advising the airframe specialists ,." .,. -
pushed up to 3 p.m. Wednesday an October Bradford Improvement Award from the ChamThe new 4,000 square foot building replaces a small Allen has been concerned that In maintaining the aircraft
the Telegraph learned ber's Marc Jackson. White has almost doubled I Koch's fish market on Brownlee Street. Another Improvement the new building won't be ready correctly establishing a train- Mike Darby
Wednesday at noon. floor space adding about 100 square feet by taking in to the two Dampier enterprises U the paved parking for the 1972 berry season which ing program for night line mechanics -
two adjacent buildings. area shown at the corner of Brownlee and Walnut. normally begins In Marcb. No In maintaining the ,'- In addition, the letter stat-
The hearing Is being held on such 37, coordinating with Cessna to
the request of attorney T. A. ........-.....- -- .... -- delay as has occurredwas resolve many technical prob- ed:
anticipated Allen "Further, in June 1971 with
says. ,
Yawn representing the countyIn lems and closely monitoringnew
He and other officials Mr. l>
A marketing arb)'s skillful and deCon' -
the matter for a summary equipment to Insure thatIt
began pushing for a
Judgment on arguments already undamaged arri
presented. Yawn said a decis- market Just after the old one was upon ( ,. on poge 4))
burned last March 5.
ion on the long-pending suit Is
hoped for following the hear- University of Florida
; person-
ing although there Is no assurance nel drew up plans for a new val.RR
that this will be the building and they were approvedby PromisesNot

!!! marketing officials all the
way through Commissioner
(Con't., on page 4)) -
Conner, Allen says. But the
state's General Services Administration -

apparently rejected To Block
the first plan because It
ERVICE CO. was not drawn by a licensed
t architect.:
v A committee of three per-
sons, two from the General
Services Administration and City CrossingsRailroad
one from the State Cabinet, then
met and chose an architect from
a list of three names submit
ttirr ted by a committee of mar- officials have pro- hour stopped because the detector -
ht Inutn: ( keting officials which met In mised to make every effort registered! a malfunction,
Starke on October: 4. to see that trains do not block Mayor Hurst aid city officials
AnnualHARVEST The new market will be built Starke streets for unreason were told. It took the one anda
\ with $57,000 In Insurance funds able periods of time, Major half mile long train three-
BALL Carl Hurst says.A quarters of a mile to stop

The now Ports Service Co. on Brownlee Street. (Con't. on page 4)) Seaboard Coastline freight Hurst said the engineer said.
: New Starke Armory train recently blocked every By that time the train had

crossing In the city; except the blocked every crossing In the
i Nov. 13 city.
one at Market Road a mile I northIn
9 a.m. 1 a.m. New LookCommittee excess of 22 minutes according Trainmen say the train could
to State Rep. Gene Shaw not be backed up to clear the
John Jelinek : Tornadoes Favored who signed an affidavit againstthe crossing until! the trouble was
train's engineer, Ed Had- located because a locked Journal -
& Orchestra dock. The affidavit charges that (axle) would have derailed
Will MeetStill Haddock violated a city ord- !it. It was also necessary to
Starke inance which allows trains to walt until the long train was
block crossings for only five past the detector to put on
Shrine Club To Take Park attempting to get a down- minutes. brakes because It would register -

: Orange town started Improvement the Starke Merchants'Committee program The city; has authority under wildly if brakes were locked
ADULTS DRESS: will meet at noon its charter to control the operation while over the device.

ONLY Semi.Formal today at the Holiday Inn to of trains within the cor- Arnett gave assurance that
porate limits.Meanwhile he would
convey the cltj's pointof
i Bradford High footballers South its only conference loss. two games with Orange Park John Flowers from end to running make further plans.A view to his superior, '>up!.,
Mayor Hurst has
ST. MARK'SEphcopol travel to Orange Park tomor- By virtue of PalatXa's loss and Santa Fe. back. delegation from the com- Cook, Hurst said.
.\ row night to take on the Raiders and SA's tie game, SA leads Winning those two games will "They are definitely stronger mittee. Chairman Brian Hamilton agreed to postpone Haddock'strial
ChurchBAZAAR In what Is rapidly becomIng conference and Palatka Is tied give the Tornadoes a 7-2-1 since they are using Flowers 1\{rs. Sandra Reddish and In Starke Mayor's court Both Hurst and Shaw told
L another area football rival- for second. Bolles Is tied for season mark, very respectableby to run the football"Coach Elzle Sanders elicited a promise from week to week until the the railroad officials that the
second with Palatka South In most standards. That would Hurse says. Flowers is 6-2 from the city council to city receives assurance from city: ; will not permit the rall-
ry. the Florida Star with about ; SCL Supt. Charles Cook that nod to block crossings. I'o
only a end the season with as and weighs 180 pounds and faa the
help improvement
| Came time Is 8 p.m. 21-6 defeat at the hands of good a record as coaches fast, tough runner. It programany the Incidents will be stopped. do so cuts the city: virtually
Though they have won only St. Augustine marring its league thought the 1971 Tornadoes could OP depends on Flowers to The way city can.has already actedto Cook now Is In south Florida in half and shuts off emer-
212 N.
CHURCH ST. where SCL has derailment I
I three games and have lost five record. come up with before the season get Important yardage. Flo- carry out some of the minor a gency travel by fire enginesand
of 28
Saturday, Nov. 20 the Raiders could give the Tor- Had the Tornadoes not had wers runs the ball about 75 requests of the Improvement cars and has been tied ambulances, they pointedout.
| itadoes trouble If the Bradford their let down following the Looking back however, the per cent of the time committee, such as cleaning up. .
let down Coach David St. Augustine game they would Tornadoes should have won at and Mayor Hurst and Rep. Shaw
Opens 9:30: A.M. boys Quarterback Robert Hawkins grass off sidewalks replace Shaw added that he does not
| Hurse says. BUS Is a solid probably have beaten either least one of the games they 140-11 Is a dangerous passer ing waste containers. Council met with SCL trainmaster know if the city has the powerto
Chili favorite to win the contest barring house or Live Oak and would lost. Had they It would Indeed when the Orange Park line gives Chairman Nell Tucker last week Arnett and engineer Haddock make the railroad move the
or Soup unforeseen. have been right in the thickof have made a rosy picture at merchants' last Friday at which time Ar-
l something him time to throw. But poor referred to groupto detector unit, but that !If necessary -
KitchenChristmas Orange Park Is coming off the conference run offs. But this point In the season. pass blocking has hurt the OP various city committees to nett assured them Hurst says he will Introduce leg-
the two losses have Coach Hurse thUweek
relegated What worries
of a 23-10 loss to Live Oak. attack. take up such things as a shorter of improvement In the situa Illation to give the city; that
them to the down
spoiler let like
role this
Is another ,
Novelties OP has also been beaten by Running from the wishbone-T parking time limit repairIng tion.Railroad authority.
Fernandlna Holies, Palatka chen season,St.with Augustine perennial and top Palat-not- the one after the SA game. with a split, Orange Park can broken sidewalks,in front officials promisedto

Courtesy OlUfr i South and St. Augustine. The ka South probably He and the coaching staff are offer a varied offense If executed tering by teenagers Investigate the feasibility- Shaw said Monday he Is awaiting -
1 beaten Bishop determining avoid that this correctly the wishbone of the old bank. of faithNby
Raiders have the league champion when doing best to ( moving a $30,000 detector a show of good
Kenny Palatka Central and meet In St. they week. offense can present play after No commitment was given now located two miles southof the railroad before drop-
? Q!GJnmmiwftu! i I I J. B. White High of Jackson- final of the Augustine in the Any Florida' Star Conference play that looks the same to by the council, however on Starke which tells a train's ting his case against Engin-
311116 sank ville. game season team Nurse says Is Potentially the defense but can turn out such long range goals as obtaining engineer if a wheel Is drag eer Haddock.
I I BUS will be looking for Its Bolles, If the Bulldogs can dangerous. Any Florida to be a dive off-tackle end additional off-street glng for any reason. The device -
fnturedUp sixth win of the season against somehow beat Palatka South, Star team could beat anotheron run quarterback keeper or parking through condemnation detects hot boxes, for In- r or Hurst also requestedo
Accounts Te Now | two losses, to Live Oak and could slide into the conference a given night he points a pass. It would depend on die of unused city buildings. stance and tells the engineeron r-w 4he officials' that the rail-
$20,000 pay J.Bolles, and a tie with St. Au- title. way the defense reacts. According to Chairman Hamilton which part of the train the repair several crossings
.....,.1 Deposit J (Yfustine.: BUS hat been the spofl2y The whole thing leaves the out.Orange Park has a good defensive However the Tornadoes the committee will attempt malfunction has occurred and ii > city; but said Wednesday
Corp. in Florida Star Conference fourth place .Tornadoes with team Nurse says. The should be familiar with the ofCon't. today to decide specifically which side. h' as not heard from SCL
lasurene. ,-___" tying league leading St. nothing left to do but salvagea Raiders have also been strengthened what programs It will The freight which blocked the o elVmi t.
'Gustineand handing Palatka winning season In Its last by the shift of sophomore ( on page 4)) attempt to carry out. city; tracks for almost half an

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I Audry PatriQd:Rosier Mrs. Lester Crews Shower Given Reception HeldAt Cake Practiced DecoratingIs

Becomes: B f ffc/e.*/. Of f Mr. Snover Hostess To UDCW. For Recent Mrs BrideMrs. Conner, For Whilfen singers/ Home By Jr. Women

:' T. Weeks chapter UDC Practice In "
Miss Audrey Patricia Rosier Murphy. decorating cakes
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Following a short wedding met November 3, at the home Mike Conner, a recent Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffon was the subject of a JuniorWomen's :
Nathan Brady Rosier of the trip through Florida the couple of Mrs. Lester T. Crews with bride, was honored at a bridal entertained at a reception Wed- Club meeting Mon- ':
State Farm, and Kenneth Russell Is residing In Lake But- Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Mrs. shower on Oct. 26 given by nesday evening, Oct. 27,honor- day, Nov. 1 1. and the cakes .
Snover of Lake Duller;;' ler. The bride traveled In a Elzle Sanders as cohostesses.Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Kelly Mrs. Billy ing Dr. and Mrs. J. Il. Mine- were then riven awav
son of Dr. and Mrs. James: street length dress of Navy G.W. Roberta Sr.. Joiner and Mrs. d. E. Crosby singer. Dr. Mlneslnger Is now Junior Club members decorated -
Edward Snover of Tallahassee,- and jray houndstooth wool com- sldent, called for patriotic, at the home of the latter on associated with Dr. Whlffen In the cakes under the
were united In marriage:Sat plemented with Navy accessories t activities: of members for her S. Westmoreland Street. his optometrist office. supervision of Mrs. Jimmy
urday. Oct. 30, at 5 P.m. at and a pink rosebud cor- report. She also asked for Arrangements of pyracanthea The refreshment table was Thornton. Recipients << of the
the home of the bride's- .wv.. soge. volunteers for the Christmas and magnolia leaves were used covered with a white lace cloth practice night were, the local
cle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs,:- The bride graduated from In the party) ; rooms. The refreshment centered by a candelabra with highway patrol station employees
Charles Harris Dittmar In BUS In 1970 and Is presently .- PBrty.; It was voted that the table was covered white tapers. Mrs. Richard the police department, fire
Jacksonville. Dr. Earl Cooper employed at the Reception be December Dutch and May meetings with a lace cloth over yellow Richards and Mrs. Levi Whit- department and courthouse ..
pastor of the Riverside.-:and Medical Center In Lake : r Green treat.. Mrs. Lex satin and was centered witha ,tie presided at the silver coffee employees.The .
Baptist Church performed the, Butler. 4y; r Mrs. Speer, Mrs. Sanders doll cake balanced by yel service and Mrs. Linda following Starke residents -
wedding. Mrs. H. A. Green.', Mr. Snover graduated from and Mrs. U.J. McCrlff low tapers In crystal holders Kay Johns and Mrs. Gus Kope- attended on Wednesday
organist, played nuptial: selections. ,Leon High School In Tallahassee 7 Ii t 1 1q the will December make arrangements for Mrs. Eldon Sapp cut the cake louses poured punch. Nov. 3, the Four Foundation's
and received his B. S. degree meeting. South- and Mrs. Kelly poured punch. Approximately 100 guests Inc. production at the Jack-
Vows were exchanged before at Florida State Unlver- ,, ern music was enjoyed during Misses Beverly Crowell and were Invited to call between the sonville CIvic Auditorium of
the fireplace where the mantel .11i>'. He Is classification: officer the Historical program Nancy Crews presided at the hours of seven and nine o'clock. "The Last of the Red Hot
was centered by a large floral at the Reception and Med Mrs. Marguerite Corn of gift table. Lovers:" Mr. and Mrs Richard -
arrangement of pink roses ical Center In Lake Butler. Lakeland, a former member of Games with prizes were Jockcl.: Mr. and Mrs.
mums carnations and pale blue the chapter, was a guest. The played by the 50 guests between District Meeting AI Crosby lair. and Mrs. Carlton -
stephanotis. This was balancedby hostesses served refreshments the hours 7:30: and 9:30: Held HereThe Paul, Jim O'Neal and '
To Be
large five branch antique Altar Society during the social: hour. o'clock Mrs. George Loper, Mrs.Joyce
gold candelabras with pink ta- The hostesses presented the Riherd, Mrs. Thomas Craw-
pers. Other smaller arrange-- Meets With honoree with a corsage and annual Gainesville district ford and daughter, and Mr.
ments were used throughout Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boness electric Iron as a memento meeting of the Methodist and Mrs. Vincent Spengler.
the living room. Mrs. StefanelliSt. of Chicago, III., daughter and of the occasion. WSCS-WSG will be held Sunday Four Foundation Is a nonprofit -
James Snover attended his .--- son-in-law of Mrs. Clara Garst 1 afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clockIn organization comprisedpf :
brother as best man. Edward's Altar Societymet ; of Starke, were guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly the church sanctuary. $ the Woman's Clubs and Junior ;
Mrs. Mark Hamilton of Tam- Wednesday night, Nov. 3, Carat on her 90th birthday anniversary Sr. were In New Orleans last There will be an Installationof Women's Clubs of District .
pa, sister of the bride servedas at the home of Mrs. Henry Deborah Anne Hose/by/ Weds on November 1. They week where Mr. Tenly went district officers and annual Four. Profits are applied to the
matron of honor. She worea StofanelH with Mrs. Francis remained for one week. through the Ochsner Clinic. reports will be given. building of Hacienda, a ranch .
sleeveless,floor length sheathof Meng presiding. Paul Kaufmann In OrlandoMiss for girl's In need of a home.
pale pink marquesette over Mrs. Lester Humphries reported -
white lace. In her hair she worea on the fall Deanery Meet- Deborah Anne Haselby, Their bouquets of yellow carnations -
pale pink velvet bow with tiny Ing attended by six membersat Orlando daughter of Mr. and gold pom poms and
velvet streamers and carrieda Orange Park on October 12. Mrs. Wallace J. Hazelby of blue baby's breath had blue
pale pink nosegay of pink Mrs. Bob Blakewood social Venice, Florida and Sergeant and yellow streamers
carnations with lace border. chairman, outlined plans for Paul Kaufmann, McCoy Air Given In marriage by her
The bride given In marriage a coffee and bake sale on Nov- Force Base, son of Mr. and father, the bride wore a whitetormalaowndellcatelydeslgned
by her Victorian wore a floor ember 14. Mrs. George Kaufmann of Keystone
length dress of can Mrs. Gladys Weldon, Community Heights, were united In of scalloped Chantilly lace over
dlelight chiffon over peau de Chairs chairman, reported marriage by the Rev. Henry bridal taffeta in an empire A-
sole with long full chiffon on Layette Items dona- C. Abram. pastor, in Princeof line silhouetted with a redln-
sleeves. The bodice and high ted to Catholic Charities, and Peace Lutheran Church: Or- gote effect featuring a
neckline were enhanced by a also sponsor-visits to Sunland lando, on Saturday, Oct. 16, neckline edged with tiny pearls
candlelight lace trim. In her Training Center. at 3 p.m. and long slim lily point sleeves.
hair she wore a simple pale Mrs. William Clover offered Michael Redlln of Chicago, The chapel length round train
pink satin bow and carried a services Involving children with HI., cousin of the groom, servedas was attached to the dress at .I
pink sweetheart rose nosegay' Operation G.I. Christmas cards best man. Ushers were Sgt. the shoulders with self buttons .
with white lace border. for Vietnam servicemen. Members William Dean Thompson of Patrick and loop closing:
The bride's aunt Mrs. Dltti- were asked to save Betty; Air Force Base, and Robert Her chapel length three panel
mar, greeted guests at the door.* Crocker coupons, cancelled Clements of Orlando. silk Illusion veil was secured
The bride' table In the dIn- stamps, and used eyeglasses Miss Brenda Haselby, Ven- by a tall cluster of matching
ing room was covered with a for Works of Peace programs. ice sister of the bride was lace petals sprinkled with tiny
sheer white Imported cutwork Father James Cregan, pas maid of honor. Her floor length pearls which created a cap
cloth over pink linen with garlands tor asked members to particlato gown of deep melon yellow chiffon effect framing the face.
of smilax Interspersedwith In the November 24 Ecu- over taffeta had a dlrndle Her bouquet, a white orchid
pink carnations and small menical Thanksgiving Service waist scooped neckline and long with a cascade of white carnations -
white mums decorating: bor- scheduled for 7:30: p.m. at the sheer sleeves. She carried a and miniature yellow
ders of the table which was Methodist Church. bouquet of yellow carnations, sweetheart roses, was securedto
centered with a four-tiered Mrs. Peggy Shaller, Altar gold pom poms and blue baby's her lace covered prayer book.
wedding cake decorated with Chairman, thanked Mrs.Jimmy breath with yellow and gold Church guests extended their' UT.
pale pink rosebuds and topped Moore for taking care of the streamers. felicitations to the wedding party -
with the replica of the bride's altars during October,and Mrs. Miss Jo Renee Haselby and In the Narthex of the church.
bouquet. ''This was flanked by Henry Stefanelli during Novem. Mrs. James Gllklaon of VenIce The reception was held in
three branched silver candel- ber.Mrs. served as bridesmaids. the church hall. Miss Janet
abra with pink tapers decora- Moore Invited members Their gowns were Identical to Kaufmann kept the bride'book.
ted with smilax and pfnk' :Jtr*. to her home for the December 1 the honor attendant's, but In The brides' table was covered
nations. Cutting the cakewas; >; meeting. deep blue chiffon over taffeta with a white damask cloth cen-
the bride's aunt Mrs. Em-< with a dirndle waist long sheer tered with a three-tiered heart j

mette A. Raney of Freeman;,._., Prevatt-Williams/ sleeves and scooped neckline. shaped wedding cake decorated -
Va., and cousin, Mrs. Curtis. :" with blue roses and yellow T.
Sanders. forget-me-nots. Mrs. W. Rip.
'.. Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Prevatt Brownie
The punch table In the sunroom Troop berger grandmother of the
was covered by a white announce the engagement and Has Investiture bride, cut the cake.
hemstitched cloth over pink lin- approaching marriage of their Arrangements of yellow, blue
en. Mrs. Lawrence E. Duggar 'daughter, Faye, to Charlie WUllams Brownie and white fresh flowers were .
.*' son of Mr. and Mrs. troop 504 halt their .
and Mrs. John 11. Andrews* Investiture placed on all the tables and In
served champagne punch from--?: Pewey Williams. ceremony Thursday other vantage points in the hall.
nov. 4, at St.Mark's
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The wedding will take Episcopal -
; place
the College
large crystal bowl that was.-: Parish of the bride
surrounded with garlands 'o(' Saturday Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. with several served as floor hostesses,while
at the Airpark Baptist Church mothers attending the af
Ivy Interspersed with pink car- caterers served the hors
nations. with a reception following at fair.Nine d'oeuvres and champagne
The bride's book table at the the church. the other girls were Invested and punch.
All friends and relatives Brownies participated. ) !-
entrance was covered with a are After the reception the couple
Mrs. Edward:
pale pink floor length cloth with Invited. wright Is leader and waln- left for a wedding trip to
the edges of the circular table Stephens, assistant. Gary Gatllnburg. Tenn. They are now
draped with garlands of .:- PTA NoticeThe After the refreshments residing at 1635 Vagabond Lane,
ceremony -
smilax with pin carnations and Orlando.Out .
white mums. Keeping! the book ble were served from a ta. of state guests were the
covered with a white linen bride's I

were the bride's cousin, ;Miss Starke Elementary PTA cloth and centered with a Mrs. W grandparents, Rlpberger from Mr. and Indiana .
Christine Dittmar and' the meeting will be held MOnday Thanksgiving arrangement and aunt and uncle of "': :' ': -
groom's dater Miss ,,1 Janice.. : Nov. IS, at 7:30: p.m. !In the flanked by burning orange the groom Mr. and Mrs. J. wr11"II' .
Snover. school cafeteria. Anurserywill candles. The cake at one end A. Redlln, Chicago, HI. j C 1 i11! kfl
Assisting In serving were: be provided. of the table was decorated In
Mrs. C. H. Dlttmar. Mrs.'J -.;:l'i:: ,'A program on ecology will beT brown and orange.
seph E. Hitchcock qtrs. Meal:" {lven. by all of the classes. Little Women
ford and James "'l Our Best Prices l r '
Shealey Mrs. Stork ShowerFor Hear Mrs. RiherdMrs. t> c3

Mrs Hodge Joyce Rtherd, Public ._ > Offered Yet Ont
At HomeMrs. Health nurse was guest speaker C""'" ;
Wynn at the Little Women's Club

meeting Monday. night at the IJ .,vsr New 1911 Magic -
Billy )lodge was complimented club house.
to +
at a stork shower _
1 Tuesday evening Nov. 2, at Becky Jackson presided at Chef Gas Ranges .
the home of Mrs. Wayne Wynn the business meeting when plans
Hostesses with Mrs.Wynn were were discussed for the annual
Mrs. Thomas Hugging. Mrs. Christmas formal. Gayle
OPEN SUNDAY C.W. Slade, and Mrs. Charles Hatcher gave the devotional.

i @rt NATIONALLY Bryant.A pink and blue color scheme Refreshments were served by r... Pr Y

was used In the_party) decora- Kay Turner Debbie Spongierand ,TMM111" : l'///r,
._ c w.l ADVERTISEDLovable tions. The refreshment table Trlsh Meyer. from a table -
was covered with a white lace covered with a white linen -
cloth and centered with a floral cloth and centered with Lo-Tenp oven control i

shower parasol. At one an arrangement of perman- Chrome plated non.tilt, oven
IRDLES end of the table was a sheet ent fall flowers. racks
cake decorated with baby Clock with 1-hour timer \ i
t sugar Cook and Keep Warm a' .
accessories and at the other oven control Walt high Infra.Red seals Removable oven door and door r.
end was a crystal punch bowl Faye PrevattComplimented Oven window and light Broiler
styles In encircled with greenery and / Front controls 1 I
blue and white carnations. Lift-up cook top Removable oven door
/ lycra-spandex glr.r The 30 guests attending en- At Shower Lift up, removable cook top

.. dles. Long medium Joyed games with prizes dur No.drip, recessed cook top
ing the party) ; hours, 7:30: to DELUXE
and brief styles In 9:30.The: Miss Faye Prevatt bride-
+ elect of NoV 20 honoredat
hostesses presented the was Budget
white and colors. honoree with a baby swing asa a bridal shower last Friday Price

.. memento of the occasion.Hadel. night given by Mrs. O.E. Crosby -
r w t Sizes S-M-L-XL. at her home on S. West \
moreland Street.Arrangements. $229!
of fall flowers Q #c.$179
I were used In the party; room,. !!
The refreshment (able was covered
BUY SEVERALAT with a white lace cloth
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall over pink satin and centered
:THIS LOW Duane Roberson of Alachua announce with a bride's. cake flanked t'pink OFFER GOOD TILL NOVEMBER 25th
VALUES : the birth of a say Marshall tapers In crystal holders.
LOW PRICE >:: TO $5.00 Duane, Jr., on Nov. 4 in Games with prizes were
the Bradford County; Hospital. played during the party; hours.
Miss Gloria Prevatt assisted SLADE GAS AND '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrell In serving.Mrs. APPLIANCES
of Brooker announce the birth Crosby presented the
ALWAYS.'JSTHUALITY: of a daughter Chrlstl Ann on honoree with a thermal blanket 332
W. St.
Nov. I. at Ajachua General as a memento of the ;oc- Madison P
Hospital. casion.:

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l eople ou 3&uetuDanmark .


Family Mr. and Mrs. P. D. F'an- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof
cher Jr. and Mrs. Nancy Gun- Atlanta spent the weekend Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake
. Reunion HeldThe ter were visiting friends In with Mr. and Mrs One Wig| City and Mrs. Opal Baggett
Jacksonville last Friday. gins. of Lakeland were Sunday via-
hors of Mrs Bertha Pearce STARKE
annual Denmark family
reunion Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst
was held Sunday Nov.
Francis Stone of Wood-
7. Florida-Georgia game Satur- and family and Major and Mrs. Mrs.
at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Shuford In Law- day were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Don Rardon visited Disney bine, Ca. Is visiting Mr. and
tey. Seymour, Mrs. C. N. Christy World Sunday. Mrs. Dave Paulk this week.
Peewee Williams Mr and Mrs.F. .
Attending from Jacksonville
Mrs. Samuel Russell and
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Den- W. Strickland, Mrs. Harold ANNUAL HARVEST BALL Paul visited her parents Mr. -
mark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin, Mrs.J. B. Godwin and Nw Starke Armory, Saturday and Mrs. Fray Ward, In Jack-
Cheryl Sherrod Hamilton
daughter -
Willie T. Denmark and family Nov. 13. 9 p.m. to 1 sonville over the weekend.
and R. E. Firth.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Denmark, a.m. John Jllnk & Or. fiC.TWO .
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Pickett, chtra. Adult Only. Mrs. W. B. Mundy returned
Mr. and Mrs. John Whelchelof
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Basford,
Semi-Formal. Stark Shrin Wednesday from two weeks visIt -
Sanford spent the weekend
Mrs. Alma Johns Mrs. Belle
Miss Jean
with her daughter
Addison, Mrs.Mamie Denmark with Mrs. Whelchel's parents I
Mundy at Rock Hill S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Slade.
Mrs. Ruby Harvey, Mrs. Eve-
lyn Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid The Slades and Whelchels with Mrs. K. G. Duncan of West anno un ces
and Mrs. Charles Law-
Charles Saw- Ga. will next Sun- Mr
Denmark, Mr. and Mrs.Thorn Mr. and Mrs. Point, spent
and of Tallahasseeand
ton Oliver and family Mrs. yer, attended the FloridaGeorgia day to Thursday with her son- son family
Ranbo of Peters-
John St.
Jean S. Kelly and son, and game Saturday. in-law and daughter. Mr. and'
burg were Friday overnight
Mrs. Rudolph Crawford. She
Ronnie, Wayne, Travis and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill and will be accompanied here by guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
Larry Denmark. Mrs. Samuel Russell and son, Lawson.
K. T. Duncan
Also attending were Mrs. HalB.
Paul visited World last
Adams, Mlddleburg Mr.and and family who will spend Sunday -
Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Frank Castlebery of CHANG
to Thursday at Disney
Mrs. Bryon Curtis, Waycross Auburndale Is spending several
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Richard A. World. weeks with the H. A., J. T.,
Denmark and family and Miss Houston of Palm Harbor will Ewell Lawson families.
M. L. and
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Hall Jr.
Cheryl Denmark, Fort Pierce; be weekend guests of Mr. and .
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and daughters of Gainesvillewere
Mrs. George Flynn Jr.
and Gwen, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sunday overnight guests ANNUAL HARVEST BALL FOR YOU !
Starling and son, Mrs. Lola Mrs. C. W. Beasley and of Mrs. Hall's parents Mr. N.w Stark Armory, Satur
and Charles Carter and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr. 9 1
Carter daughter Joan, of Gainesville day, Nov. 13, p.m. to
all of Lawtey. were Saturday visitors of Mrs.W. a.m. John Jelinek & Or
H. Hart and family. They Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas chestra. Adults Only.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE had as Sunday guests Mr. and and Miss Judy Brought- Semi-Formal. Stark Shrine
the weekend at the
on spent
Mrs. Ronald Crawford and son Club.
Mrs. J. D. Odom and Mrs. of Ocala. Thomas camp In the Scrub. Along With>< All The Great Buys To Be Had
Dr. O. L. Haynes Jr. and
George Miller were the win-
ning couple at Duplicate Bridge ANNUAL HARVEST BALL and Mr.son-in-law and Mrs.and R. daughter E. Firth John Anderson of Callahan were During The 90 Day Freeze And The Seven
Tuesday night where there were N.w Stark Armory, Saturday A. B. Beattie of hunting near Covington, Ga.
four tables In play. Tying for Nov. 13, 9 p.m. to 1 1a.m. Mr. and Mrs. flew to Lake from Wednesday to Sunday.
second were Mr. and Mrs.John John Jlink & Or. Jacksonville Wales Sunday and had dinnerat Percent Rebate On Tax K Approved By
Mussollne and Ernest Jenkins ch* tra. Adult Only. Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of
and Curtis Sanders. S.mi-Formal. Stark. Shrin the Chalet Seattle, Wash visited Mr. and
Club. ANNUAL HARVEST BALL Mrs. O. E. Crosby and other Congress We Have Some More

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Worthof and chil- New Stork Armory, Satur relatives here last week.
Sterling, HI. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Mark Hamilton day, Nov. 13, 9 p.m. to 1
dren of Tampa are spendingthis Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ar-
Jlink & Or
Champion of Douglas Ga. are a.m. >
week with her parents mltage of were last
guests this week of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier chestra. Adults Only. Tuesday and Wednesday guests
Mrs. Lester Crews. at the State Farm while Mr. Semi-Formal. Stark Shrine of Mrs. Armltage's brother- GOOD NEWS
Hamilton Is In Lake City on Club. in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Da- business.Mr. Earl B. Soaring
vis of Gainesville were Sunday Loral admittance. to Brad-
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. Ander- Mr and Mrs. Grandln
and Mrs. Lloyd ford County Hospital this week Rudy
O. Dansby. sen of Boston, Mass were Sun Include: Paul Dlnklns/ Mrs. of St. Petersburg spent Fridayto
day overnight guests of Mrs. Sharon Brewer Dave Shuford Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. B. T. Thomas underwent Andersen's brother-in-law and and Debra Grif is,Lawtey: Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Sr. rr. r
I surgery last Friday In sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mary Lu Ditter and Mrs.Dorothy
, St. Vincent's Hospital. Mooty. Engelke, Melrose: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx have
Daisy Hall, Keystone Heights; returned from a two weeks
Mrs. Frank Weaver of Wil- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwinof Mrs. Nettie Mann, Lake Butler tour of Italy and Greece.
liston visited Mr. and Mrs.W. Arcadia; daughter, Cheryl, ; Mrs Myrtle Sanford, Mrs.
T. Jackson Sr. and fam- of the U. of F., and son, Lt. Doris Moore. Mrs. Gertrude
ily over the weekend.Mr. J. B. Godwin Jr. of Fort Ben- McBride, Mrs. Carolyn Fuqua Mrs. Nelson Green and Miss New Owner"TOM
ning, Ga., spent the weekend Linda Jane Smith, Jimmy M. Beth Wlmberly are visiting H.
Mrs. C. L. Cooperand
C. Wimberly at Lake
here with relatives.Mr. Lewis Mrs. Ella Kate Swln- Eagle
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper yer, Mrs. Golda Martin, Mrs. while Mrs. Wimberly is a patient
and son were in Trenton and Mrs. W. T. Brin- Irene Brooks and Mrs Minnie In the Winter Haven Hos COLLINS From Gainesville Florida With
Mr. and Mrs. ,
Saturday visiting
son of Valdosta Ga.were week Rhoden, Starke. pital.
Walter Stewart. end guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. Many\ Years Experience In The AutomobileField
V. Turner and they all attended Stanford Hurst of Atlanta wasa Mrs. A. J. Eaves Mrs. Don
ANNUAL HARVEST BALL the FloridaGeorgiagame. Tuesday visitor of Mrs. W.s. Hardenbrook, Mrs. Titus 01-
New Stark Armory, Saturday Slade. son and Mrs. Charles Hall attended Has Purchased Starke Chrysler -
Nov. 13 9 to 1 the Florida Conference
a.m. John Jelinek & Orchestra. Miss Kay Turner spent the Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Methodist WSCS and Wesleyan Plymouth.
Adult Only. weekend with her brother. were Thursday overnight Service Guild annual meeting In
Brant, at Valdosta College and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Em- Lakeland Saturday.
S.mi-Formal. Stark Shrine attended the Tau Kappa Epel- mett Council Sr. In Ruskin

,j Club. lon dance Saturday night. ANNUAL HARVEST BALL
N.w Stark. Armory, Saturday
Nov. 13, 9 p.m. to 1
BIG SAVINGS FOR.' a.m. John Jelinek & Orchestra. .
r Adult Only.
Semi.Formal. Stark. Shrine

I ii f Club.

Mrs. Franklin Osteen of 2
Gainesville was Sunday afternoon -
visitor of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
SALE DAYS I : THURS., NOV.I 1t L, Cooper.

THRU SAT. NOV. 13 POCKETBOOK i Mike King underwent leg surgery "
In the Alachua General 48 Month
OPEN SUNDAY Hospital last Friday. Financing"That's

: Carlton Faulk, grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., Now We Can
was one out of ten chosen from Right .
( his sophomore class to playon
in i,
w/ the varsity team with the Finance NEW CARS For
Pr- Englewood Rams In Jackson-

it ville. 4YEARS
I Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. visited -
t \ Mrs.Josle Starling InJack-
sonville last Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCargo
of Jacksonville were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs.C. .
G. Hill.

Mrs. R. E. Firth and daughter Tom Collins
Mrs. A. B. Beattie of Says:,
CARDIGANSAssorted I Jacksonville spent Thursday to
Saturday at Jacksonville Beach.
colors In

o / s-xu) i Girl Scout Troop 448 of Ral-
ford visited Mrs. Moody's art
with their leader, Mrs. FrankIe -





In wool r

sires 8XL.4oo.

MENS trouble with pulling

things In their place I. the
SLACKS children cent find Ih m."

BOYS FLARE We Also Have A Limited Supply Of New 1971

Corduroy or brushed cotton in ..... THE BRADFORD

C.P.O. color. Sins 2938. COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished Chryslers And Plymouths Real Savings!

JACKETS eYfrY Thursday
at US W. Cell Street

i wool Unllnad c.p.a.Imported w/2 plaid flap 10 41.0 4 Our..Reg.To ."*. SUrke, Florida 32Mt'

pockets. SL.S2r9'. Second CUM. postage paid

at SUrke.' FlorI4a8ralwertptloa Starke Chrysler Plymouth Inc.U.S.

... Just Say CHARGE IT! RaUs: .

U." la trade areas> IS." per

year: ; M.TS trade six area months.OaUlde IS.H. U.S. 301 NORTH S7AHZ, FLA. PHONE 964-6600

a I r ALWAYS 1st QUALITY 1 I. per'year 13.I4 six mnit

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y. Case Set For Trial In Circuit Court CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHTom Collins formerly*j of

...t'. Gainesville, la the>knew dealer
Into Farm lated that Stafford o. D, Taylor.'Charlel'V.Carlson. was set for Friday. for Starke ChryslerPlymouth.It .
; with Arthur breaking Starling pay $22 per
Two Ralford inmates, ; ThBitwo, along of Kenneth Phlffer last Sept.23. .
-' Michael announced this week.
and 'week and In the public was
James Melvin Supply on June 18. Balllte for the support of his the proceedings
ton Edward Wilson Bernard Lee $Johnson Bradley and Weglng pled
Brlnson will aiKf trIat'tIOda Vanhook and Robert Gibson guilty and Judge Crews ordered Magyar also pled guilty; to children.All E. Lucas charged with defender's office was represented Mr. Collins was formerly associated -
goon ; charges of breaking Into Florida of the other defendants assault to commit murder with by W. C. Alrth and the with the sales depart-
In Circuit Court charges were charged In a June second Investigation! J
on a presentence on
) the use of fire bombs at the Whlteworth, ment of a Plymouth-Chrysler
of sodomy. Incident with another Inmate of them. Kit pled Innocent and Power and Light premises pleaded innocent. The cases areas state attorney by
follows last I of the Mack Futch and Ken Hebert. In Gainesville.
here June 15 and the Judge ordered : litedY agency
the prison. his case was set for trial during assault

h.. n; Wilson and Brinson have their this term of court. a presentence Investigation. Robert Gibson,,. Arthur Lee Kinson.was as EdwardS r-::::: :::::::::::::mm::::::::::::: ::::;:;:::;:;:;:;: ;::1:1:11m:;::;:;: :;:imii: :::.i.:..;.:;.:.;:;:;:;:[: m:1:1:1:::::::.:::.;:.::..1r.-1:1m:11tm:;-[: : :; ;
D. trial scheduled for 9:13: Thurs- Johnson, James Melvin Van ::!-u.u.u..u..T.- :::
MemWhen ; On motion by Asst State Attorney Monday Judge Murphree Larry Wayne King charged
J;: .i day morning In the Fall session Gene Whltworth, the sentenced Balllie to three years hook, Bernard Brinson and Lin- with breaking and entering I SELL TODAY r I
of Circuit Court. charges against Balllie were In prison,. with the recommendation ton >Edward Wilson, all Ralford Massey's Service Station In & '

Car.: Six other prison Inmates pled dismissed because earlier In that he serve the time In Inmates charged with sodomy Lawtey last June 14.
guilty; to escape charges Mon- the day the defendant had been an Institution for youthful of- at the prison last June 2. The David James charged with m j; FISWNG TACKLE STORE [ ,<
: sentenced to a prison term on fenders. arraignment of Wilson was set possession of moonshine whis- : ::
Hits Station'' day In arraignment before Circuit F::::: ::
Court Judge John T.Crews another charge.Beilllealong. The Judge placed Magyarl for Thursday at his requests so key and possession of a still IIIf OFFER GOOD 4 DAYS @
and were sentenced .to additional with Glenn Magyar and Olive under a period of that his lawyer can be present. last June 11. f .

WUUam Lamar Flare 31. of terms. !, 16, and Lester Lamar Olive probation for three years and Sandollo Alvarez Jr., charged James W. Scott, charged with :::::: ALL. $6,000.00'1::
TltusvUle lost his life early The defendants the dates of 17, had pled guilty; before admonished them to live up to with assault by a state prisoneron withholding support. !j1:; .
Wednesday morning as his car their escapes and the sentences Judge John A, 11. Murphree the terms of the sentence. correction officer D. H. Jackie Aldrldge. charged with X'tv Is WHAT YOU NEED ?
tailed to degodate a turn on are as follows: Nelson Colemanand last June 30 to charges of In other cases before Judge Jones at the prison last June 7. aggravated battery on James :
crashed Into Hen- Williams last July 31 with a II
SR-21 and William Edmond Marshall Crews:
Robert S. charged
denon'l Standard POrfttatlon...- Jan. 4. 1971 seven months Park -Randall Wayne Moody; 18, with assault by Montana a state prisoneron straight-edge Carlos razor. m BUSH5 BAIT & TACKLEOn r
Orange Ford charged aggravated ,
lIare'lI 1948 ] ;:: each; Dennis Hall Oct. 10. pled guilty; to charges of break- correction officer T. W.
discovered at 1:30 ea1tt Wed". 1971 one year; John Virgil Frl- Ing and entering the Bradford assault on Sam Mc-
: ; Roberta last June 7.
neaday morning in the storY": = mat, Aug. 12, 1971 one year Preview Middle School last June 20 and Wallace O'Neal Preston,,. edged Cutchen razor Jr.last with July a 31.straight- 11 j1 301 In Starke, Florida i

room by a Florida Times Union Robert Junior White June 26, the court ordered presentence charged with breaking and entering -
The 11ff
1971 one year' Claudle Lee Investigation. trial of James Marlon [ j 1j Phone 9647361XtttttA&M'l.yjfr&'jr. ; .q1

deliverer.According to Jimmy wharton station.,. Kelly.Four Sept.young 3. 1971 defendants, one year. (From page 1)) pled-Rodney guilty; to charges Gene Sharp of resisting 29-, owned the by Sam Grif Us Grlffls Grocery last Store Aug. from Norton the charged prison last with April escape 12..y.H.o 11.t* : l: iliiSm: I$:;w.:I: I* 1:1:1::: :!@ 1:!:::1:1I:1:;:;11mmm1;!; I I m I 1!1 1 111111; :I:: K
of the It Is the tried
operator the car apparently failed to Mark Everett BalTle; IS, Bennie for fense.two years before one they discardIng an officer (Deputy; Glen A. 16.Harry Hannah charged withan >>. :<<'h'o: '-':'-<<">>:<< :"':_Z> .r+, <.tttt..r.<.'.'..- _.-
make the turn,. glanced off the Kite 20, Malcom Bradley It for the old familiar Moore) with violence last June assault by a prisoner with a
number 1 gas pump and 19, and Gary Weglng 18- stralght-T offense this season. 24 and Judge Crews ordered a deadly weapon on the person of

crashed 1 through a waUjwhe.. were arraigned on charges of The Raiders use a 6-2-3 defense presentence Investigation. Ernest Prltchett last June 18. << t.-
It finally came to r 3t.fri.Bea breaking and entering the home the same one Palatka -Donald W. Stafford 24, Robert Nicholson, charged NOTICETo :

middle of storage roona:rf-.: South uses. In some games pled guilty; to charges of with- with assault on an officer bya
Damages to the etlUIaiCwQr0; this season the Raiders have holding support last Aug. 30 state prisoner with a deadly
estimated at $1,500 t)yW0e4'teb. Hearing. presented opponents with a and the Judge put him on probation weaoon last June 25. The victim
tough defense. for four years and stipu of the assault was officer I
(From pag 1)) For the first time this season Property Owners
the Tornadoes will face a
Market case team of about equal size The STUMPS IS I <<

(From po9,1)) -. : and The 1971 litigation for and 1968 involves concerns 1969 more 1970.assessments the Raiders offensive average line."That's .160 pounds on ; Any MunicipalityEvery I

from 1 the burning of ;1 W+ okC"wooden than $100,000 of tax funds that the smallest tackle ZWltrffl
market. ;':;: :!: withheld I've seen this year" BUS tac-
are being pending the
"We appreciate all We' help court decision. kle Farelon McClellan said
can get because we.want Monday as he looked at the
we to have the new market by Assessor Corporation Long said and that Container four- Op scouting report. McClellan And Wlutl t'.ouLI: IteMoreipjirecutteilAmi Person constructing any new
Allen has gotten used to week after
next berry season. other companies had brought litigation I'rnctuul Titan
week facing a 200 pound man A Pair Ol

states.Apparently the plans for the based on complaintsof opposite him, and has faced an addition in
new market are further along and assessments 1967. Judge Murphree's In 196S 1966 two even bigger than that. building; making or moving a I

Mi- End Andy Matheson, 150-12 Personality.
than local people realized
cision In favor of the County
sell said. No vote on the Cham- ; and right tackle Tom Nix, 170-
ber's Involvement was taken pelate assessments court was and upheld the Florida In ap- 12, are tabbed the best blockers Mobile Home must obtain a building per-
last on the Raider line. Halfback i
by the board of governors Supreme Court and tax monies SHOES

Thursday but Torode told the for these years was paid by linebacker Kim Bridge defensively who played is a mit in the Tax Assessor's Office Court-
board '
"Do anything necessary to Container.Through some technicality tough ball player The 155 pound A fYriWr tt "y To Hrighten; Up Your Own. ,

get the market replaced." ; senior is not allowed to run 1I1'JUltJy Sewsjiit ::
Long said, the ruling did not
the ball but does
much a good
It has never been the feeling; apply to subsequent years and house. I
Job when he gets the chance
of market officials that the the suit was reflled In 1968 BUS
market here should not be replaced by Container. The other four scouts report. Sf
will the
Allen said Wednesday.But companies were not listed In present :-
same face It has for the past
the of replacement the recent suit he said. :
process more ,

Is anticipated simply taking probably longer because than timberland Bradford County at $100; has per assessed acre, Injured two land weeks still Gray filling with Flynn Steve In at for Strick-split the They must also check the Zoning of the 1 f?:;

of the General Services turn and swamp land at $30. Con-
end. The tight end Is Charles
down of the original plans. tainer contended that timber-

Main products shipped;;friar..: $65 land>pflriacre should be and evaluated$4.50 per at Wright Randy ,Gasklns offensive and tackles Vernon Barber are- Area, not including any Municipality. I

the Starke market X :IjO*: guards are Dennis Crawford -
'" acre for'swamp land.
strawberries and pecans-,- Allen and Joey Branson, and the
said. Very few ygge l JeJI'. center Is Farelon McClellan. r
through Starfce. Mbst 11r d-:.: Eddie Hazen will be the quar- '
ford vegetables are shipped Darby terback, Bernard Brown and COST OF PERMIT I
from the farmer's market at Malachi Henry the running "

Brooke. ,, backs and Brad Carter the fullback .. .. .
..'.( II'!: '** ****" -" "Hjjj r.
". ))0 .,'t rom p-g. ,1)) fc,t 4f! v .t-.i t. ij oDefensively .. Up to : $' '1,000. $ 2.50
wsitr 4o4'f'
( -.,
Cause of the fire % per
voted 1 guidance, thcnVNAF r''..I ,'the Tornadoes 1w ( t Jt x ", fa )fo?;! },, : I\i:
strayed the Starke mark I'aJ'} speclallsts will have Wright and Gasklns .,
March has never beef detest-:1': were able to rapidly at ends Bobby Dyal and Mc- From $1,001 to '15,000. 2.00 per M
mined. The market burned)<<' JhW:! and completely repair the A- Clellan at tackles and Carl j

night of March 5, tJ>p. Uafe G;: 37 aircraft No. 787 that received Luther at middle guard. Line From $15,001 to 50,000. 1.50 per M
getting out of control In the battle damage: in the backers will be Joey Branson
before fire- wing flap system.
wooden men reached structure the scene ,. General Cao Van Vlen of the and Vernon Barber corner- From $50,001 up 1.00 per M
% ? backs will be Bernard Brown $15.99 to $16.99STUMPS
.. I"
Joint General Staff of the Armed
:S'. and Malachi Henry, and safe
Force Republic of
'.'c, It '. ties will be Wayne Tetatone and
and Cor Nguyen Juy Aim Com-
mander of the 4th Air Division Billy Blgham. filling for *lynn JOHN TORODE, Chairman,
His ankle still ailing Gary
JacksoQJjlk .
VNAF signed the letter.
Melvin will kick off and kick
Currently assigned as a tech Bradford County Zoning
extra and, U able
points play
s rep at {Ala Nang Air Base N
Vietnam, Darby has been em- some ball. s'K.(<# ::.x :;;:;;;:.xy.; .'<<;::?::;.::::;;}::5rvKrrir:::: ; :::;:::vrrfiyr: ::::?$I:;k r'$$::%ltY>;i{';::::SGG" h i':;::

BtiSinesS.t i :: fti ber ployed Cessna since Novem-

\$ Darby is a 1962 graduate of "'
Directory Bradford High School. He was ',Ir M '" Lay-A way Now For Christmas/ !

an outstanding guard on the BctdcocJtSENSATIONAL.
BUS football team and an out- .

track standing team.half miler on the BHS KIDDY HEADQUARTERS :

Auto Sales and Service BIKE VALUES !




SERVICE Mrs. W.E. Middle ton will 20" "y'. >6n q BUBIA BEAR 1!
'V'OL"PARTS -''U'" celebrate her 90th birthday DILUXI IIKI..-r .
', Monday Nov. IS, when her ,.. ROCKER f
.HI"OI..._" "'_- N.d.b"L.. ..."."..
: daughter Mrs. E.L. Mhtthews L fl.. ... ".' .
Always Good Usdif.: 'In'I
1121 Leers. PY..35.45554R1.R'TRIC entertain at 'open house" at J I
st. $4995 .
: .
the Middleton home on N. W-iI- 20" CONVUTIBllSIDIWAU 1 Sda CHILDS DINml ..-:r....:.:..:..== '12'1 '''171 1

MOTORS'/: nut Friend street.. and neighbors are h.I.....SIKIConiMM. *. M. ",1'. ,wN. o..wen.....".i..d Nww, _..'d-"",,..:. : I 12'S CRICKIT aoCNIR ar, ;I IMAM'wMNA i
Invited to call between the hours ::, : n?
PEAVY Brothers '. two and lye o'clock. MK.q X.d.h. .m I i.Nngn r__
$ 26IIICI l "mow: i iNdJI
399'd !
Electric C wN.ldew.N.,.... CCNnaf FOLDING
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Area Show Towns Gain Williams, Dyal Win Grid Contest I

In Smoke TaxAll Gerald 1.. Williams of Starke LIT WI,*,,'** HERE
was the first place winner and FIRM JiST 7"? TERWILLIGAR MOTORS
Eddy Dyal Route 1, Lawtey .
ana municipalities tallied the next nearest correct
showed pine In cigarette tax score card and won the second /NAM :
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collection on sales during August prize In last weeks Football ./-1, } ,
as compared with the same Contest for cash. /NI '" __ .
month last year. ,... }.C. J-A. ..
Williams missed four games Price Freeze Ends N 13-
All totals OY.
were substantialgains along with three other entries. CIII Ne" t fI= -- -:
except at Brooker where
the Increase_lets than$50- applied However and, the Williams'tie-breaker 60 points was,_ ..L".
from $238.79 to $283.24; total guess proved closest correct.: I..... Nrl.a .
for fiscal year to date, 1050. Perm State won over Marylandby
86. a score of 63-27. / I.-4/L: !-vnrrlltla 3 MORE DAYS

Figures for other area towns Dyal also Incorrectly: marked hll_ /L S3,.._../ -+
0970 total 1971 total, fiscal four games was ,one but shy Ms of tiebreakerguess Williams ,....,..... :

year)to date: at 59. .N-... 1M .-lJ--z-::. .

Hampton. : $342.89; $569.59 Geraldine Tomllnson. RU 2, Jtsltr.lids._-b.Lk 7-- '-
91,887.21.Keystone Starke and Pat Dickinson: Rt. ... .. /.'.
Heights: $1,769.38; 1 1. Keystone Heights, with four a. ,'IefIItDtfl -- [
2591.39;912338. misses each: were eliminatedwith 1' reittw / Hundreds Of
Lake Butler: $1,889.76; $2- 55 as and their 52 points respectively In the- ....... _

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Holiday Inn Places High In Ratings

t The Holiday Inn of Starke Mrs. Nancy Shouppe, Starke <
; and three of Its management Inn housekeeper, was rated In
3 r, personnel were ranked In the the top 100 after being Judgedon ININVENTORY
top 100 among the International efficiency: : responsibility,
system of 1,360 Holiday Inns. and guest relations.
Announcement of the awards Top honors in the worldwide
was made at the 16th annual system went to the Inn of Lake
conference: of the International City; which was named "Inn of
Association: of Holiday Inns In the Year." Its Innkeeper and
Memphis Term.. Oct.: 18-20. restaurant manager
Irr William S.Glover,Starke inn- of w renamed
one the top three In'
keeper, was rated among the top each: of their specilttes.:
RAND 100 after evaluation of factors Holiday Inns under manager-
ranging from room occupancy: ment of
FULLY 1.J TANNEDILEATNER% SOFTy rates to personal civic: involvement Mississippi Manage.
ment of Jackson Miss. Wagons Pintos Mavericks
(which: Includes: the Starke Inn)
William H Crawford,
ONLY $19.99STUMP'S captured: 19 awards at the con- GalaxiesLTD's
aurant manager of the Starke ference.:
Inn, was awarded the top 100 Holiday Inns, with 198,000
rank after being Judged factors
on :- ,
rooms are now In operation in
ranging from business vol- the U.S., Canada the Carib-
ume to complaints: and compliments : bean, Europe, Africa: and Latin
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U Dobbs i
By field tripe were taken By Karen Supsky

recently by BMS students Elizabeth Given; Walker

EDWIN II REILLY Mrs. Joe Cowling, In Jacksonville Mrs. Louise Keren's World NEW MARSHALL HOME CRUSADERS ORGANIZED!'

Friends of Edwin II; ReillY Sunday. FROM HOSPITAL The Crusaders for Christ NOTICE! service with the young
visited the tag
wUl regret to leant-of his. Mrs. Rose Sapp spent the history State classes Museum In Willard Thomas, stricken youth group, recently formedby Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its tona Beach to participate In a people In charge. At 6 p.m.
death on Friday, Nov. &, at the weekend with her and Florida Woman Day program at the
Then the with a heart attack the day after the First Baptist Church of regular meeting Thursday will be appreciation
V. A. Hospital In Gainesville family the !Lowell Aliens, In Gainesville. group his In with several True Vine Free Will Baptist there an
swearing as Hamp Hampton, along
toured the University of Florida night, !Nov.: 18, at 8 In the will
after a lengthy Illness. Fort White. ton's new marshall, came home adult chaperones attended the p.m. Church. The motorcade service given In honor of Rev.
Mr. Reilly retired .ata Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs campus. They ate lunchat from the hospital last Friday, Heart of Florida Youth Fellow- Masonic (Hall on Brownlee leave between seven and eight Jenkins who will leave for con-
Master Sergeant with the.U. S. .!. had as Saturday overnight Mornlngstde Park. and Is recuperating nicely. ship meeting at Johnstown Bao- Street. All members are askedto o'clock. ference Jacksonville! Nov.16,
Air Force) after 20 years' of .::; guests Mr. and Mrs. Don New- Chaperones were Mrs. Can- Marshal Thomas has been tilt Church near Ralford last please be present and on The president of the Home Tuesday through Sunday, Nov.
service and had been a nfl dfo:*;:;:mans and children of Starke. ova, Mrs. Eunice, Mrs.Tanner, replaced temporarily by Ralph Saturday night. time. Business of vital Impor Mission Is asking all membersto 21. All members are asked to

cal technician: with ltd DM- ,I;.. Mrs. Don Alvarez and daughter Mrs. West and Mrs. Boyce. Vaughan who was sworn In as Other youth groups from local tance. We need the help of report to the secretary some- please cooperate with this activity -

don of Corrections since early :>.\0' Linda, and mother Mrs. The Related Arta class of a deputy; during his Illness. churches Included: Montrose A- every member. time Sunday. We are asking the .

1964. Rosa Donnlson! visited Mrs. Vocational Agriculture visited Mr. Thomas does not believe venue Baptist of Lake City; GIRL SCOUTSAll cooperation of all members.
- Mr. and Mrs. Reilly have Dennlson's brother and tam- < Mr. Paul Emory's ranch near he will be able to resume his Highland Baptist Pine Level BAND BOOSTERSAll
Girl Scouts of
lived In the State Farm area fly, the Andrew Harnages, In New River. They went to see duties in the future as his con- Baptist, and Trinity; Baptist of asked to please me.teach 626 Mon-are Greater Allen Chapel AME members of the Band

since early 1966. Ocala Sunday. some beef cattle, the subjectthe dition will not allow such acti Lake Butler. day at 5 In D-4 Church Rev. C.E. Jenkins, Boosters Club are asked to
Survivors Include his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Green students were studying In vity.HOUSEWARMING; Festivities for the evening Included at RJE School.p.m. We room are mak- pastor. Sunday Nov. 14, will meet Monday night, Nov. 15,
Jane Robson! Rellly Ralford-'. 'and three grandchildren of class. skits put on by the youth ing plans for some Interesting close this conference year. at RJE Room D4. at 8 p.m.

a son. William II. Reilly.Lau Jacksonville were weekend I hey wont In two groups group from Johnstown, and a activities for the winter. Your Services will begin Sundav with Business of vital Importance.
rei, Md.{ and two grandchil< '
ti'> and Mrs. Harris line were pleasantly surprisedlast
dren. : i. : Ralph 7B and 8A In the afternoon. between Pine Level and
Our deepest sympathy)( lp. ex" ,*' : were among those from Ralford Besides the cattle themselves, Monday night when a housewarming Montrose Avenue. Montrosewas PROGRAM I
tended to the family. :Attending the wrestling! matches cattle party was given In the winner. ,
they saw the operation, Mrs. Z.P. Jennings was hon-
In Jacksonville last their honor.
Thursday Following the meeting refreshments
breeding and feeding.They also ored recently bv Co-workers
ACTIVITIES : Lillian Slade, Jo Williamson -
YOUTH were served In the
Miss discussed and of Church
farming. and
After regular eerviCed-Sum- .,, Dottle Redding was a haying and Edith Herman gave the Johnstown educational building. community; for
The under the direction 22
trip was of
people of weekend of Miss Janice party commemorating: the Collins years as a re-
day night the young guest : Chaperones accompanyingthe !
of Mr. Billy Dumpier. ligious, educational
Raiford Baptist ChurCh gathered Jones In Gainesville. moving Into their new and soc-
Unit of the Hampton were Mr. ial
projects required group worker. She has served the
; mobile home.
homeof Rev 1.
at Aaron Slngteta'ry: to Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs. students In Mrs. Louise Keren's Guests present included Joe and Mrs. Wesley Griffin. Mr. community; of Lawtey for 22
and Mrs. ,
cake wlththelr' Mary Freeman attended the funeral Social Studies classes. 6A, 6B and Vera Oliver, parents of and Mrs. Lamar Brown Mr. years. Everyone knows her as Gilt.
enjoy birthday -,'. of W. M. Knabb In Mac- were Judged In competition by Mrs. Collins Rev. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Kennan and an ardent worker for the bet. "rartim'
son, Roy. who was celttbrat.Ing -'; clenny Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Richard H. Jockel prin Melvin Hamel; Nettle Griffin Willie Sdnson.! terment of those she works with. From "rtlf1'n'SanWJI; '
his 18th birthday. :<*." ; -
Mrs. Gerald Grlffls and Mrs. cipal. The class was studying and PhylllsJean- The Hampton group, which The community; of Lawtey has 0
Happy birthday Roy ancient man and Greece. daughter!: ; has been unified only a short had a citizen
Don Newmans were business loyal to the num
Adalts Sunday .. nette Rahnes Tracy and Florence -
The Young '......vlsltors to Jacksonville Wed- Bobby West of 6B got first Jones ;Carolyn Morgan time, recenuy eieciea two ber. The honoree received nice
School Class Mil: have a the Community .nesday. place prize with a model of and Wessle Saxon. Edith Ken- more group representatives, gifts from her well wishers.
ken at ; ,
supper Rev. and Mrs. Aaron Single- an ancient village. David Car- Sharon Williams and Randy She received a plaque for her
All ; nan, one of the hostesses, was
Center Friday night. rocm-v, .
;': ter of 8A got second place witha flicks service
bers of the class and .their tary left Monday to attend the accompanied by her husband, untiring from the Youth
Baptist Convention In Tampa. model of an ancient scale. Council of the NAACP.
families are Invited. r(' .' ,:;, The Ladles Prayer Circle met Janet Boyce of CB took third George. HERE 'N THERE:

PERSONALS I at the home of Mrs. Ruby Dobbs place with another model of I Mr. and Mrs. Richard C.Williams CHURCH[ NEWS
Klttler Tuesday morning. an ancient village. There was of New Port Richey were Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Friends of Woodle will one honorable mendon Cynthia weekend guests of Mrs. Wil
regret to learn that he Ie ill Ernest Freeman Jacksonville and son, Canova of 6A made an NEWS ABOUT liams' father J.W. Home. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible ,
Curtis of
were .
In the Gainesville Medical Center. : While here the family attendedthe class Is held each Monday night
,,_ Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Egyptian water clock. Ga.- Fla. football In at 8 pan. Prayer Meeting, each I
'.:* game
Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Red-J:' Freeman. Girls' basketball Intramural Thursday night. Regular church
Jacksonville. The Wiillamses !
.::;. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs were held last week under the SERVICE MEN
ding had as Sunday guests Mr; ; '' brought two of their three child- services will be held Sunday.
and Mrs. Eddie Summer lll.ef;.-r:: of Gainesville were Saturday direction Mrs. Carolyn DyaU ren with them, Sammy and Nov. 21, with Sunday School at t tI
afternoon of Mr. and ,..
guests Sixty-six six
Lake City.; girls played on Martha Ellen. 9:30: ; Morning Service at U I,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter Mrs. Cue Dobbs. teams for the competition. Officer Second Please forgive the absence: a.m. Evening service 7 p.m. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones Team 6A beat ;
Carter's motherIn 6B. Team 7A
visited Mr.
of news the last couple of weeksas G
Class Sherman A. Newman, son
Gainesville visited Gerald
Mrs. lost to 7B, and 8B won over
Wed "
St. ustlnehospital Greater Bethlehem
a Free
Grlffls and Mrs.Mary Free- of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman D. I have been hospitalized for Will
nesday. e 8A.Winning is In Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper
Newman of Hampton, surgery.
Ralford has had Its share a man Tuesday. teams and players Mediterranean aboard the amphibious .1 would like to thank all who Williams, pastor. Senior Choir
accidents recently. Inman Harrison are: Cheryl Boyetts (Captain) rehearsal each <&
have extended their well wish Monday night.
fell and broke hs hlp H. Parent Night Sandra Jordan, Eva Pete,Carol, command: ship'USS es during and after my hospital Tuesday night Choir No. 2 FOR THEY'LL
Hall, Beth Hudson Hilda Griffin Mount Whitney, homeported In YOUNG OUTGROWN
and Carlos Cason fell from a stay. and Ushers Board No. 3 will '
tree and fractured his spine Set At BMS Teretha Mulberrv. Cao-: Norfolk. Vs. meet. Wednesday night Prayer BOYS ;.L.VISl.JlT'Ot: BEFORE
and heel while gathering pe- taln), Barbara McDougald, Phy- He has visited Italy. Crete Meeting. Thursday night the ON 'i" THEY
cans. Both are In Alachua Gen. llis Contreas Linda Budgett and Turkey during the deployment CARD OF THANKSWe I-nrtlen Circle will meet at the THE Sl1 es. ARE
The second Bradford Middle Lee Vora Williams Renee Hamilton and is scheduled to GO! OUTWORN
eral Hospital. O. E. Forsytti ,, home of Mrs. Sarah Prince
accident'* School parent Interest night will Team 6A; Pam Chap return to Norfolk early this /'tJV
lost a finger In an be held Monday, November 15, wish to express our thanks' Friday night the Prayer Band
also. We hope they are all at the school. man, Donna Thornton Janet month. to our many friends and rela- will meet with Mrs. Prince.
soon well and able to return at 7:30: p.m. of Reading Proctor, Cassandra Johnson, tives for their kind words,food, Saturday, the I Can Circle will
home. .' The department Cindy Bryan, LeUa Cohens(Captain Army Private John M. and beautiful flowers duringthe be selling dinners from the
*"" and Language Arts will presentthe ) Elaine Pete Karen Po Brown 19 of Silas M. Yes, Vm For
Friends of Mallle Grtf fls will son loss of our brother. Alsoa kitchen. Sunday the pastor and Wrap Up
be glad to know that he .1s program. well joyce Farabee, Team 7B; Brown, Route I L Lawtey, recently special thanks to Brannon congregation will motor to Day- Christmas Or Put Them On
home after surgery In a Jacksonville A Tihutkaglvingply"AnAllAmerican will be and Clemons, Virginia Reid, completed eight weeks Funeral Home and Elder One //Vow.
; Lavonne Morris Mattie Cov- *
hospital. r of WU-
Thomas.The family
Mrs. Joyce Norman and Mrs,.;;., presented by a group of seventh oft Debbie Branson. Liz of basic S.C. training at Ft. Jack- lIam R. Dukes An edible container for $10.99 to $12.99STUMPS
Joan : grade Scb Patti Graham, Gloria son,
Parmenter shopping :
: In liquids i is teen at a major
In Jacksonville last Saturday.Don .-:: Following the play parents Strickland, Clara Johnson,Jac- He received instructions
Invited to view a display drill and ceremonies, weapons, breakthrough in reducing
Alvarez .Is attending a .:? will be Ide Smith (Captain) and Veron- Many cities consider down
special school In Miami for of the reading machines ica Cummings, SB. map reading, combat tactics, town mall without any traf Utter. We had 'thought' (the,

several weeks. :' .:;:; and then have Individual conferences Reporters Bruce Moyers, military courtesy, military fic. Which is what the old trick had already been turned
Mrs. Alice Cason visited her.*" with their child's.teachers Mike ..Sanders, Guy Stalnaker. Justice, first aid, and armystol'1 home town has had ever since blthe/ rum-centered
and traditions. they rerouted the highway.I chocolate candy./

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t BHS Wins 20 ttt etttl tls 14

'r tfTh d Over Fernandina

Mr Bradford's Fighting Tornado grid-

iMtIAikl ders whipped the Fernandina Beach

Pirates 20-14 Friday for their fifth win

of the season against two losses and atie.

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In 1970 the best Fernandina team In -1w
years came to Starke and

Tornadoes a 30-22

It was homecoming in

. Friday night when the Tornadoes

last year's defeat.

Going off tack!. for good yardage It fullback Brad Carter on on. of Bradford' It proved no easy Job how- For their

old bread and butter ploy that beat the Pirate ever, as Fernandlna led 7-6 nadoes
In the third period. The lead ning game
was brief, and Coach David for the first
Horse's charges came back to son.
put two touchdowns on the board zen engineered
for a 20-7 advantage Fernan- for Bradford's
dlna couldn't overcome. In the
Roar all the way on
Tigers But Pirate quarterback Dar- had a 6-0
rell Benner didn't lay down and half and had
[ quit. Going Into the old shot- pass, and had
gun formation In the final period
with time becoming a factor, With the alrd
Benner passed and ran his teamto completion
one touchdown and drove again by running
In 14 6 Loss to the BUS 37 with a min- In the third
ute left in the game before the terbacked an
Tornado defense could put a take the lead
stop to his shenanigans. nandina. The

Had Benner's receivers been ered ting 58 by yards three : :: : : : :: : ::: : : w
able to catch his pin point ers with two one capping
passes, Fernandina might have It looked as i
To Blue Wave pulled the game out. The sharp tainly be
passing Benner had bad luck BUS up with
,as he again and again threated the Fernandina :

1 orevent"the Bradford defense "fifth-three with rifle- BUS' final in

Lake Butler could move the minutes In the final two quar- straight times for 32 yards like bullets only to have them abortive A bad
ball everywhere but across the ters. before Lawson's score. dropped.
goal line Friday night as P. K. But the Blue defense, led by A Tiger drive was then ner to pick up
Yonge clinched a tie for first John Perry, Randy McClellan, thwarted soon afterwards when Called by BUS Coach David ball and race Star
place in the Suwannee Conference Bill Purkey, Ed Waters, and McClellan recovered a Tiger Hurse the top quarterback In attempt the
by edging the Tigers 14- Gary Scott stalled three of four fumble on the PKY 26. the Florida Star Confernece, sued by a
Tiger drives Inside their own Four plays later, the Blue Benner Is reportedly being Benner
6.While the victory clinched a 20 yard line during the final Wave gave the ball back on a sought by several colleges. He on the run
tie for the Blue Wave, the loss half.The fumble at the PKY 49 with Dale Is an all-round football player the football
virtually eliminated the Tigers Blue Wave netted only Green recovering for the TI- a good runner, sharp pass ball smuggled Title
(3-3)) from the state playoffs. 60 yards rushing and two first gers. er, and also doesall-_ ofFernandina's onrushing BUS
Cross City would have to defeat downs In the second half. The After quarterback Green kicking chores Including fensive end
r Hawthrone on Nov. 19 and first downs came at a crucial threw one Incompletion he kick offs, punts, and on It for BUS
ti Newberry would have to upset time, enabling PKY to run out dropped back to pass but was field goals. dina 25 yard
the Blue Wave for the Tigersto the final two minutes on the upended by Waters and McClean Pirate quarterback had From there
gain a tie with PKY for first clock as the game ended with then blasted through to blast everybody In the stands, on ran behind a
place. the Blue Wave on the Tiger 46. the ball loose. both the Starke and Fernan- BUS forewall
The Blue Wave struck for two PKY's first TD came on a Purkey scooped up the loose dina sides of the field, as he
second quarter touchdowns and drive of 87 yards with Levi pigskin on the Tiger 40 and put on his fourth quarter show
then manned the home defenseto Lawson plunging over from the dashed down the left side line of running and passing. .'
limit a determined Lake for the score as Perry threwa Sighing with relief after his First Downs ) 11r.
Butler offense to one TD In one.Glenn Shoemaker's kick for crucial block which sprung Tornadoes survived the bom- Yds Rushing
the second half. the extra point was blockedby Purkey free. bardment to keep the victory, Yds Passing '
The Tigers gained 109 yards David Campbell. Potter then passed for two Coach Hurse said other teams PA-PC-PI t
rushing. 74 passing and 13 first Lawson gained 35 yards on points to McGee with 3:27: left may use the shotgun on the Punting -
downs In Die second half, while 4 carries during the drive, Tornadoes, "but Benner won'tbe Fumbles Lost 1
holding the ball for almost 20 and Waters carried four (See page 10)) throwing." Penalties

Tornadoes Put It All 10)a/ .r..".

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Tornado football coaches are on the ground has got to say S =
very pleased with the perfor- something for our blocking." "Malachi" has :
mance of their players FridayIn physical, 1
Fornandlna, a team which Tackles Randy Gaskins and By that Hurse
Vernon Barber, tight end Is ducking his
has alive In the
come past Charles Wright center Fare- people, and
two weeks.
Ion McClellan, and guards better. Henry
Their Tornadoes were superIor Branson and Crawford all drew power In the 10)H
to a good Fernandina team praise. Gaskins came alive again r than he has Ricky Golden
in everything but their defen- and "returned to his old Just came alive, 10)B a new Bradford course
sive effort against the shotgun reliable self," Coach Sexton Hurse, shrugging : in 13.02 Saturday
offense with which Pirate quar- says when asked why : he wins the Florida
terback Darrell Benner gave 1 4biKt ment has come
Bradford gridders fits. Wright drew the offensive 4 cular point. Conference race. Col-
lineman of the week award : is rated one of the
"We won't talk about the shot from coaches for his perfor- Bernard : distance runners in
gun," said Coach David Hurse mance. McClellan, the coach use of the one State.
Monday. "We practiced against says, has simply turned Into zen did :
yards to the
about everything but that. an all-round outstanding per-
former, Sexton says, who yard line and
For the first time this season coaches tend to overlook or nado touchdown. I
the Tornadoes really got term "steady" because his + around, facing
their running game going,gain- performance has been good every v.rL to catch the :
ing over 200 yards on the game. and saw his way On
ground. For that effort the Ing to his left ;
coaches couldn't find anybody Off tackle plays which the hemmed In by I ; Brad-
they couldn't say something Tornadoes have been unsuc- defenders. practice
good about, from quarterback cessful in running for a month I High got under way in
Whirling this week Coach
Eddie Hazen to the membersof went Friday because of the Improved -
ducked low : Sexton and his boys
the specialty; teams. blocking of Coach Jerry
Reese's offensive line, Sexton er of a Pirate I ". on the, hard "boards af-
I !
Itazen called a smart foot- points out. Guards Branson and hand down to practice each night.
ball game, Coach David Hurse Crawford were responsible for Ing, and escaped now has about 20 lx>>s
says. On the Tornadoes' 97 pulling and blocking the end, "One of the with several more to Join
yard TD drive Hazen called tackle Vernon Barber blocked had In a long squad( when football season
most of the plays and kept the the linebacker, and end Charles beautiful thing," It will be Nov.; 22 before
drive alive several times with Wright blocked down on the end. says, "and one entire squad practices to-
smart calls.Blocking vidual effort." !Sexton points out, just
of course, playeda "It was the first time we Billy Blgham. das before the first
large part In the drive. Both put It all together," Sexton the Injured .
Nurse and Line Coach Mike says, "And I thought the backs defensive safety I will hurt the squad on
Sexton say the Improved guard hit the holes a lot quicker." creditable Job, the, team: won't
deal to do Coach Hurse the : to
play had a great was high on practice on together, J
Running with Malachi! Henry ,refute to down Flynn, who
with the Improved ground game. performance of his backs. !Malachl go sa}s.
The guards Friday night were : Henry carried 23 times until more than one Fernandma tackier hits. Henry ran 23 against doubtful this Green will be a big carry
Joey Branson and veteran Dennis for 131 yards to garner the time for 131 yards. Park. : from last ear's varsity
Crawford, recently returned offensive back of the week a- ange Steve plus six or seven bright
from the Injured list. ward. He also led the defensive against Fernandina, Hurse stead stresses Hazen's play Flynn's punting from last jeir's jun
In tackles from his cor- point out. "It was our best calling and execution. get too much squad, Sexton says
Trap blocking! of the line was nerback and named defensive "
the spot was guard play) of the year, Rune the ball high to carry 12 players.
greaUy Improved due to back of the week. says, echoing his line coaches "He's learning to read defenses to [ one or two new bovs
efficient performance of Bran- Fullback Brad Carter gained statements. now and as a result ers stop"He, are not members of last
con and Crawford and to Fernandlna' defense 75 yards In 13 carries, a 5.7 "I really can't tell you how our performance has Im- Job returns.punting," varsity or B-squad,
penetrating type yard average, his best perfor- much Eddie Hazen has Improved proved." Reading defenses and Strickland also will be 10 players
was susceptible to traps, ," Hurse continued. The knowing what plays to call In Flynn at split end.Gary Sexton points out, with
Coach Hurse says mance of the season. Most of Junior quarterback was sore- a given situation are attributes either on the ,.ar-
"It was the best lob bv far. Carter's yardage came on the ly disappointed because he completed only experience will bring a Melvin or JV squad. Last ear's
we've had all year" Coach old reliable off tackle plays only one pass Friday. quarterback Hurse says, and by an ankle of Baby Tornadoes were
Sexton says of the offensive which the blocking of guard But Hurse has told him not young Hazen Is still learning ( ) ;} to come along In I't'-
line. That 97-yard drive all Branson and Crawford made go to worry about that, and In- every game (See page ) years.

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Baby Reds Romp 33- 6 Tourney Set

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Here Saturday

By green Cove Springs The first annual Starke Jay-

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Tournament will be held this

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poweredrhl8 Starke beginning at 10:30 a.m.
Tommy Roddish
off Devil'
the marched
STATISTICS Admission is free to the
way for 90 yards on 16 carries down the field] before run-
and three touchdowns as the 'BHS GC tournament which will feature
ning out of steam on the Bradford -
Baby Tornadoes ended their 23 with only seconds remaining First downs 1] s a total of six teams from the
season with a 33-8 romp over In the half Rushing yds. 230 4 area. The chaplonshlp'game

visiting Green Cove Springs Bradford's Reddish took the Passing yd. 74 77 will be played Saturday after
Thursday night. second half kick-off on his 20 2-3-1 3-14-3 noon. Refreshments will be
and carried the ball out to the Fumbles] lost 0 2 available at the park.
The win gave Bradford's JVa 35 before being ganged tackled. Punts ]1-20 2-28 Teams participating in the
3-4 season mark and 2-2 After Crews picked up 9 yardsoff Y ds. Pen. 55 35 ? +v w 8eft tournament are Badcock Fur-
under their new head Coach; tackle, Reddish! : carried the niture of Starke, Kitchen'sTile

Poland I Icmlcrson. ball four straight times mov- Starke; Independents,
Reddish scored TD's runs of ing the ball 47-yards down to Starke; Holly Hill Merchants,
1, 7 and 4 yards while (the Dig the Devil 7 yard line. Bills Wms5tit Daytona; Mac's Bar, Daytona,
lied defense held the Blue He- and Southern Air, Gainesville.

vile to a mere 4 yards rush- With a second down on the e' l C (I "f(' Trophies will be awarded to
Ing, while recovering two fumbles -
seven Reddish again took the the first and second place teams
and Interceplng three pas- call and took the pig skin Into with members of the first
ses, one of which was returned TF _- --'"
pay dirt. (From page 9)) place team receiving indivi-
25 Stewart Strickland
yards by
The conversion kick was good dual trophies.
for the TD.
The game was such a mis- and Bradford extended Its leadto season. Members of the 1971 Bradford High Junior Varsity foot- loco, Jimmy Scott, Stewart Strickland, and Dennis AlUn.

match that only Coach Hender 19-0 with 7:39: still remain- Fernandina made a game effort boll team are: (from Uft-to-rlght); Bottom row: Charles Third row; Terry Hayes, Charles Green, Stewart Duncan,

son sending In the second string Ing In the thin period. to catch up as the first Crawford, John McCutchins, Earnest Cowart, Craig Starling Tommy Reddish, Allen Norton, Bnnl Carter, Mario Thorn. News And Activities
offense with Just over two min- With Bradford's second string half drew to a dose Benner Ronnie Hall, Mark Clovor. ttU, Rudolph Lennon, and manton, Ken Fuqua and Ricky Hall.

utes gone In the second half offense now In the game, neither drove his crew 48 yards to aver Philip Hall. Top; Terry Wilson, Randy Scoggins, Tim Crews, Donald Frxwn
saved Green Cove from an even team could move the ball the BUS 24 before his 34 yard Second row; Dwayne Hardy, James AldrlJgo, Larry Og. ", Chuck Norton, Earley Chandler, Donnie Nol, Donletby. -

more humtltfating defeat. ..:, or score period.On until. early In the final The field Pirates goal attempt, In their fell best short.effort Paul Hutchlns, Leonard Sapp, Dale Hoes, Gary Waiold Loper, and Steve Register. THE RECCENTER

First time Bradford.gO the of the first half, rushed

1 ball, Tim Crews broke, 'tlifjijgh, the second play of the for ]19 yards, got 14 yards on Henry got two yards before ner got Fernandina's second of course, led the team in Clark picked off a miscue 11-
the Blue Devil line and galloped -; final period, Stewart Strick- a Benner pass to Carl Walker, QB Hazen missed on a pass touchdown with three minutes tackles from his corner in what ger pass on his own 5 yard

] 31 yards betord1- botmi; land picked off a Blue] Devil and were helped by a 15 yard to Steve Strickland. On third left In the game lie added the was probably his best defensive -
pushed out of bounds:*:. ThU' pass on the Green Cove 25 personal foul penalty againstthe down Hazen threw to Bernard point after and Fernandlna game. Tigers only score came BANTAM RESULTS TUES-

play proved to be the Mr-mat" .; and raced along the tar sideline Tornadoes Brown who did a long hook trailed] 2014. Tornadoe specialty teams, the with 29 seconds remaining In DAY, NOV. 2GOODMAN'S
of what was to come. ;< : up the right side. Seemingly Bradford failed to move the punt return and kick off squads the third period as Green scam- STATION ]18
Behind Uio! running of'Crews for the score, Fighting to win their home- caught. Brown somehow got by football and Hazen was thrown have not had much attention this pered around left end from 10 KOCH'S DRUGS 12

and Reddish, the Tornadoes The PAT failed and the Tor- coming game, the Pirates came three Fernandlna defenders who for a six yard loss by the season Coaches Hurse and yards out.Walter The two teams battling for
marched on down Die :71eId:to nadoes led 25-0 with over !6 out strong In the second half. had him surrounded and racedto fired up Fernandina team. BUS Sexton both pointed out. So far broke up the pass the league championship,
a first clown at the Green: Cove minutes still remaining In the Quarterback Benner directedhis the Pirate four yard line punted and Fernandina took over this season no team has bro- for the two point conversion Koch's Drugs and Goodman's
4-yard line. On first down l1ed-, game. crew 63 yards, all on the on a play that covered 58 yards. at its own 30 yard line with ken a long kick off or punt attempt. Service Station, squared off
dish cracked over the left side' ground except for Benner's six every tan In the ball park on return on the specialty teams all wit-
2 and provided
of the line, but was stopped a Green Cove finally got on the yard pass to split end Frank Henry carried twice for the his feet for Benner's big show. that wasn't called back for an Score by Quarters- Nov. with fine Bantam
yard short on the one. Reddish score board with Just/ over four Stewart for the touchdown with offensive team's infraction. Lake Butler 00606P.K.Y. nesses a very
score getting two-plus yards
minutes In the James In the third period. Main Benner couldn't get a 0400] ]14 League ball game.
wasn't to be denied though, as game as 4:14:] on the dive play, then diving "We tell them they have only Into this Koch's
Going game
Stewart threw a 27-yardpoll Benner kicked the point after completion> In three straight
the tornadoes
back with
came to out ]100
and over his right tackle one play put per
John Hardy for the Fernandlna 7-6 lead. up tries to Wilder, two of the STATISTICSLake held a half game lead over
the exact and scored score. to five a
same play for the score with 44 seconds cent on. If they break down It
Butler PKY Goodman's to prevent that happening
passes being off the mark and .
with 1:14: remaining In the: first ]left In the third Gary means six points or at least
time Fernandina at the period 9 and did that by
'period of With running out Coach picked away the other falling Incomplete because First DownsO] -- they
play. Henderson again put the first BHS defense and managed to Melvin kicked the extra point of a hard Tornado tac- bad Held] position, Cach Sex- Yds Rushing 191 142 edging Koch 18-12 and changed
Interceptions come with a big play In each and BUS again had a one touch- ton says. Their Job is Just as 125 positions with Koch's In the
of Yds
After an exchange pass string offense In to the gameas up kle. But on fourth down Benner Passing
and a Green Cove the 'Devils continued to exbltunsportsmenllke series of downs. Johnny Wilder down lead, 137. ran left end for 11 yards anda important, for that reason, as PC-P.V-PI 6-23-2 league standings.The .
punt, Bradford gained a first conduct got the first Pirate first down first down at his 41. a man who goes every play, Punts 2-31 game was a real hard
down on their own 33-yard line. with a ]10 yard romp around Benner ran for 13 yards and the coach points out. Fumbles Lost 2 1 fought contest and was tight
throwing punches at Tornado
On first and second down Reddish his ]left end with Malachl] Henry one first down when Fernan- Touchdowns: Members of the punting team Yds ]lost pen'l] 45 5 all the way. Koch's won the
cracked the DevltJlne for players making the stop. Three hits at dim took over. Then CharlesWright BIISHazen I one-foot are ends Mark Patray and toss and elected to receive,

gains of 9 and 3 yards giving the BUS forewall from the Pirate and Bernard Brown sneak; EP- failed] on bad snap. Wayne Tetstone, tackles Greg CLUB but were unable to move the
With time running out, quarterback threw Fernandina's Folmer] Reddish and Cleveland Simmons BASS FISHING
the Baby Tornadoes first 49 netted nine grudging 2) Henry, one-yard run; EP- ball and were forced to punt.
down on their own 45. Then on Hall passed to Terry yards. The Pirates didn't get for a yard loss as he tried Melvin kick. 3)) Henry, one- guards Dennis Crawfordand HOLDS Goodman's Initiated a driveon
Hayes up the middle and the the right side. On the next Joey Branson, center Fare- newly organized
first down, quarterback Ronnie but went for the first down yard run; EP- Melvin kick. their own 30 and with the
sophmore galloped 62yards before play defensive end Brad Car- Ion McClellan, running backs Bass Fishing Club, (Bradford
(Hall chose to keep the ball In and Leroy Folmer got It over FernandinaStewart, slxyard ) passing of Larry White to Mike
Bassmasters held their first
down from
being behind
pulled ter tore Into the Pirate backfield Billy Bigham and Bernard
the option and scrambled 55 the left side of the BUS defense pass from Benner: EP-Benner Cole moved the ball to Koch's
on the Green Cove 4 yard Brown fullback Brad Carter Quarterly Tournament, Satur-
and tossed Benner for ,
at the BUS 2)Benner White
yards for another Tornado 40. kick. five-yard run; 10 yard line where then
line. a two yard loss. Benner then EPBenner kick. and punter Steve Strickland. day, October 30, at Rodman hit Jeffrey Norman In the end
score. Benner got the next first down, completed an 11]] yard pass to Reservoir from 7 a.m. to 2 zone and Goodman's led 6-0.

The PAT again failed;and, With no time out remaining converting a third down and tight end Ronnie King, but It P.m.Top Midway the first half Koch's
Bradford led 12-0 with S:3: ,.t1lh Hall called a quick huddle and long yardage situation, with a wasn't enough because .of the Tigers Lost' three places] going to Intercepted a to set
remaining In the half,.; ::::; then handed off to Reddish up seven yard run up the middle two previous defensive playsby With 1:53: remaining In the Julian McKae, Leroy Jackson, the tying touchdown.pass The six up
the McClellon] he hit Wilder for 10 and Denton Sumrall.
middle for the score. before Farelon the Tornadoes. game, To/'KY
As Green Cove took tliekMk-: pointer was scored by MikeKitchen's
stopped him. From the BUS[ 30, yards, then missed on a bombto Other members fishing wereJ.
Wilder and Walker dug out nine Then came the bad snap and Cecil Gaines. Gaines was In E. Denmark, John pagan, reception of a Jackson

GAINESVILLEBusiness( yards In three plays and Ben- Benner's abortive attempt to back of Tornado defense and (From page 9)) Pat Welch, Bill Tllley, Lamar Prevatt pass. Just before
the end of the half Koch's
ner sneaked for the first down punt. Randy ball coveredthe the ball went right through his Williams, and Carl] Johns. picked
I 'on'a fourth down play again. rolling sand BUS had hands at the Bradford goal line. In the half. Total points of all four tournaments off another pass and Greg Watkins -
a golden opportunity from the The Tigers threatened once will be tallied atthelend i ran 20 yards on the next
i t A''big play for Fernandina Fernandina 25. Benner then ran left end for' again late In the half as Lake of the year, with the Winner -' play for a 12-6 half time lead
Directory came when Benner ran for nine The Tornadoes lost no time 12 yards and another first downat Butler drove from their own receiving the Bass Master for Koch's.'

yards, and got seven and a In making good that chance. the BHS 37 where Bernard 37 to the PKY 24 before Sam of The Year trophy (See Classified Pg.)
half more when Bradford safe Fullback Carter got five yards Brown stopped him. Four

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES ty Billy .Bigham was called for over carried right five tackle straight, then times Henry Including straight .passes Three then Tornadoes fell]] incomplete A... .... .....+ .. ..... +++...+ ..A. .A. A. A. .Or .A. + M-
Uhe 7-1/2 Fo- - - - - .
] yard line ]
two hard runs of nine batted one long pass away at
BRASINGTONCADILLAC mer was stopped for Just a yards each. From the 1-1/2- the BHS goal], then BUS' Wayne
Johnson & Paris, Inc. yard by a stiff BUS defense. foot line Hazen failed to get Testone had a clean Interception -
OM>SMOBILK;: At the six on second down the TD on the sneak. He then but simply couldn't hold SHOW

SALES & SEItOJCE, SEEDS PLANTS linebacker Vernon Barber met gave to Henry and the Junior onto the ball, then Bernard i- Ice

Fine Selection of Used: : Can Leroy Tyler In the right tackle running back hurdled the line Brown and ;teve: Strickland .
Taken: On Cadillac Trades; Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS hole with a bone crunching again for his second touch- broke a third attempt up. The FRJf:
tackle. down of the ntehu Melvin] add-
13th Ph. 378-5301 final Benner aerial hit Ronnie LLArTNT
2001) NAV.
On third down, then, Benner ed the point after and BitS led King right In the hands but MA
We Rent Fertilizer Spreader faked a dive Into the right 20-7 with 6:35: ]left In the game., he couldn't hold on.
Barkley Motors Inc. 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 178-0476 side of the line, turned and
passed to his split end, Ste- With time running out Fer BHS took over with 51] seconds -
TOYOTA wart, who was sent toward the nandlna went Into the shotgun ]left and Hazen simplyfell
GLASS left corner of the endzone. The formation with Benner passing ] on the ball twice and allowed -

4 wheel drive did-cars Tornado defense had sucked to or running every play. He completed the clock to run out.

Sale, Parts -Service the dive play and Stewart was two of seven passes for Henry was the ]leading rush-
Clean lined Toyotas. LIDDELL all alone to make the catch. 12 and ]13 yards and got 15 er of the night with 131 yardsIn
.,. more yards when BHS was pen- 23 carries, a 5.7 yard ave-
1700 N. Main 376-12(10 Their slim taken away the alized for roughing the passer. rage.
Glass Company Tornadoes fought back immed- With a first down at the BUS
Beauty Academy iately. They had been penalized ]-
25 Benner ran for five yards
..GI.... For Every Purpone". on die extra point play Charles Tornadoes
around right end before .
POWELL'S! '' In motion and Fer- .
for being
Store l"ront.s-Mlrrors .
Wright and Bernard Brown ..'
S 1 Tub Enclosure*-Showers nandina kicked off from the D ItAll.l l !
Beauty Academy stopped him. On fourth down o .
Furniture Tops Glass Re' BITS 45, Benner's kick went and needing five more yards
Into the endzone and Bradford
W-Your placed for a first Benner finally] hit
Leant a Pretension took over at Its 20. (From pago 9))
Spare Time. Full or;Part-Time: NEW LOCATION Wilder for ]15 yards. It gave

219 NW 10th a7tfj7M : Henry got five yards on first Fernandina a big first downat taking care of the Importantkick
""""' 12Z8 ,So. Main Gainesville the BETS five yard line.
MOTORSELECTRIC\ down with a twisting run up off and extra point kick-
the middle, then added three Ing. A place will] have to be
372-8191 ; 372.1102 Benner faked a pass, then
:: more. Carter went 10 yards over ran right end as the Tornado found for Melvin when he Is I'3 y !
]left tackle on third down, drag- defense hung back for the pass able to return to the line up,
Motor Repair Co. MEN'S WEAR ging two Pirate defenders and 'Three red shlrted defendersmet Coach Hurse says lie has
got a first down at the 36. him at the goal but Ben- played guard, middle guard,
Of Oainesv1fle i Ina_ linebacker and tackle.

Repairing! RewindingNew STAG 'N DRAG Barber was named best defensive -

and Teed. lineman of the week FREE
Ph *' Griffon Suite MUSTANG"The by the coaches and also got z
2818 N. W. 16th ; 372-8318
Arrow ShlrtH-Florabelm. Shoe the best hit award. The hit
MOVERS Formal Rental award came for Barber's tackle Shows Daily
Ladle SporUwcarZ / Competition Makers" of Pirate running back Leroy -
Tyler. Barber filled the AT
e Lone DUUnce Moving : STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand tackle hole and really cracked

Storitae PackingCrating GAINESVILLE MALL 1972 CHAMPION 1972 CHAMPION down on the Pirate runner, ,1:00: 4:00: & 7:30: p.m
_. ;Shipping, the sound clearly audible allover .
the field. He also had IN THE
Free EitlmaUt Call
; ; MUSICBALDWIN M600 $5750 eight tackles and five assists,
; second to Henry's II tackles

and two assists. MAIL
60x12 65x12Three
.. Closely pushing Barber for
bedrooms, front the top defensive Job was Fare- Nov.1O13
PIANOS& ORGANS Two bedroom, front kitchen kitchen" Old Gold interior, Ion McClellan who had two tac-
CHOICI f JMI.uT1STI' deluxe Interior' carpel carpet throughout, full kles but did an outstanding Job
Van Service, Inc. throughout Quatn me bath. oil hall shower both' of filling his tackle hole and
. stopping Fernandina's running
9UO N.E. W.Mo Rd.: '!ute" furnishing, deluxe opplioncit. d.n'iallp.' furnishing to his side.,jWlth a 200 4th ANNIVERSARY SALE
game ;
37'r71 ...:..:. Compare to home Compar. to homes telling
pound man playing opposite him,
lolling for "'00. forSoSOO.CONVENTIONAL .
the ]165 pound McClellan held

crrffle Shopping Ctr. tmis ORVA his own and was all over the Fantastic SavingsIn
AUTO SALES SERVICE field In pursuit of the ball]]

FINANCING AVAILABLE carrier, Coach Hurse says. ,
Pontiac'>.'; Farm and Industrial "They Just did not run the All Mall )
Inc I '. ball very well in his hole at

,I Equipment GD DISCOUNT; Mi /stung all Clellan's," Hurse defensive added, touting performance. Mc-- Stores During The

: Santa Fe Tractor, M41 i::sLldfn.: MOBILE HOMES! : INC. The ,defensive secondary. again Gigantic Fourth IVI 1111 )

turned In a steady performance -
: Factory Authorised FORDFarm l.w Dews "., i.w onthly Coy in the 20-14 win,looking ] 39 STORES UNDER ONE ROOF
130 N.W. 13h '44'' "N.rthl' .,tNUVIIU i7-1746 the Anniversary Sale fMR.wyC--//
t. : bad only against unexpected
Pontioc Tractor A Implement. shotgun and In the face
r t Salas I -Parts-S. ) :'40 "HOME OF INSTANT SERVICE" of the best passer In the Flo-
rvc USED EQUIPMENT w. Include/ metal from inept, lOwer and wale' liner rida Star Conference,

: .2101 1 N. MoiraGein.vflle Flo-; .. SALES!: PART SERVICE: block mitei.* with,. base blocki, ..t.u, and d.five"p to 200 Wayne] steady Tetstono good< played. Ms CoachNurse usual Most Mall Stores Open Sundays Til Xmasr

372.2583Past : 4488 GAINESVILLE N. W. 6th FLA 870-2S4S Brown at his., as corner.did Bernard Henry, * * * **

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day MYF Wednesday,service.....Grace r 6 School 8:United p.m.U.EBM 9:45 a.m.:F 6 Methodist Choir BUnebard p.m.a.m.and...;;practice Worship 7.Prayer:pan.Sun-; [ r a e Ahab e Have To 0 G iveLi I

Meeting 7 p.m. Rev. James
Thompklns of the State Farm
was guest speaker on Sunday.

Church of Cod: Sunday. )VEEK-LONG SPECIALS !
School 10 a.m.| Worship ser-
vices U and 7:30: p.m'i Family
Night Wednesday 7:30:,, p.m.

Highland! Baptist: Sunday EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
School 9:45: a.m'l Worship service ( ,
11 a.m. an4730p.m;Prayer t /

lowed Meeting t by Choir Wednbsday Practice.7:30rol- BEEF S&H GREEN. STAMPS -

PERSONALS Friends are pleased to know Quantity Rights $4 / i Q
that Mrs. Bill Gasklns Is Improving Reserved (

In Jacksonville.In St. Vincent Hospital WINN COPYRIGHT.DIXIE STORES 1971, INC PRICES;oo D THURS. NOV. 11 THRU WED. NOV. i 17

We are also pleased to learn
that L.M. McClellan Is able to
be at home after some time In
a hospital.

Weekend Denton visitors and family of Rev.were Donald &&7q8044 Favcnite t t.

his parents. Mr. and Mrs. SImon ,/ 7Th
Denton of Boynton Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Red of e
Macon Ca. spent Thursday to W-D BRAND HICKORY MEET/ SLICED
Sunday with Mrs. O.J. Phillips. J
Mrs. L.H. Hinote has returnedto or BOD WHITE
her home In Miami after a n $
three weeks visit with Mrs.
Phillips. I
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips BACON 1-LB.
have recently returned to PKG.Gr.'A'Fr.lh .
Lawtey sidents. and welcomed as re SUPERBRAND

Mrs. A.C. Kirkland son Cal- Fl.,Alt Whd. _
vin, granddaughters Monica
Bryant and uebDie lUrkland.
daughter Mrs. Charles Carter
were vUlttng Mr.
and Mrs. E.H. Lovern and family Pork Roast. 48C Delmonico Steak sl59]
weekend.In Austell' Ga. over the / IB IB

Mr. and Mrs. George D. '

football attended game the GeorgiaFlorida In Jacksonvillelast p Pork Ham 58 Ground Beef 5 $2"
Saturday.Mr. i 1 IB LBS
and Mrs. Coleman Phil
lips and family spent the week- FULL QUARTER LOIN SLICED USDA' CHOICE W D BRAND" BEEF

end Marie with McClellan her,mother In Macclenny.Mrs. Pork Chops IB68c Chuck Roast IB69c
Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Cruce .
and family of Clermont were
weekend -visitors, of Mr. and

Mrs. Mamie Futch visited
her brother-in-law and sisterIn
Macclenny over the week-

end.Mrs.. Lottie Johns and children : 1-LB.
of Daytona were visiting CAN
Mrs. Charlie Manning on Sun l0 1

day.Mr.. and Mrs. W.F. Moore. Limit 1 with $7.50 or more purchase excludg cigarette
Micky and Miss Pam Perry -
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. GREEN GIANT RIGHT GUARD (lOe Off) I {
Wesley Thomas In Live Oakon I {
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Niblets Corn is 22C Deodoran SSe
Moore of Lake City; Joined them .. I'E;
for dinner.
Mr. and Mrs.George Grant DIXIE CRYSTAL PILLSBURY /
of Orlando and Mrs. Sophie 00

ing Starling the week of Dunnellon with Mr.are and spend Mrs. Sugars . . : : 18C Pancake Mix 2 PXGS $1 ;

James Rosier. Mrs. Grant and
Mrs. Starling are Mrs.Roster's
sisters. Robert Rosier of Jacksonville Cake Mixes 3 1 w: 88C Flour 5 59c
visited them on Sunday. ; BAG:
Mrs. Ernest Wells and Miss
Enza Blanchard were visiting NESCAFE LIQUID ((13e Off)

of in last Gainesville week. on Mrs.Wednesday Clifton Instant Coffee$139 1 ] 46C
Joy Detergent BOTTLE;
Smith spent the week with her .
son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Dval. In Milliard. JlSfe CAMPBELLS DELICIOUS
Mrs. Daisy Strickland Mrs.
Harold Higginbothan, and Hobin

were Saturday.visiting Jacksonville DETERGENT I TOMATO SOUP
Mr. and Mrs.Jack Wainwright
and family of Waycross Ga. I
spent Sunday with Mrs. Truby Limit 1 Fab or Arrow Detergent with $7.500' morepurchase a r limit 6 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding igarelte:
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Our editorial.. -: ', .11's, .a ,women's By Martha Sue McCain

a Extension
'. inf1fi1rrJf/)
Economics Agent
: iU Home
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'ft"! I Point of viewMuddy ] -. .

< \J. WINNING WAYS hot cooked r.e: for breakfast I
.. "I ... "'..... q paIIUI WITII RICE menus. '
Rice is all-round menu
.r. RING :
v favorite.It's .
rL Individual rice Brings) filled 1
:: :.:; ,ularity.a Rice leader adds In patron Interest POP-to with creamed chicken or turkey ,

a host of dishes. And rice .

Waters Need dealing L/ takes peal '-the whether award served for eye-ap-as a CRANBERRY RICE RELISH

For about a quart of relish
"bed" In a
scoop", or a ,
3/4 cooked riceIn
__ cy mold shaped Into a ring, asa Marinate cup
knows what he do cannot f \ \ border for planked steak or 1/3 cup cranberry Juice cock
Day by day Cie. situation Is becomingmore owner can or tail about 3 hours.' Chop or
contused. do legally In regard to his lakefront t t as s casserole topper.being e- grind 2 cups fresh cranberriesand
Dice Is versatile,
property.; If he starts improving the \L k qually at home whether pre 1 orange; add 1/2 cup each
-A Lake Cbtno( .,property owner Is waterfront without a permit he may \ pared as an entree, vegetable, broken nutmeats, mincemeatand i
arrested for dredging and filling with- be hailed into court for breaking the dessert or salad. Rice Is com- sugar; and chill.mixtures.Combinerice

out a permit-on privately owned lake law, but If he attempts to obtain a patible, getting along seafood Chill.and cranberry

bottom, and <(be< charges are dismissedby permit he runs into a that with meats, poultry ,
and countless fruits and
the court because Section 253.03, conflicting rules and regulations etables. Rice Is convenient veg-too SKY HIGH RICE SALAD
under doom him to defeat. Three cups cooked rice, 1
which the charge was made "Is being so easy to use and store. I
cup whole kernel corn, I cup
not specific in.procedures'or
penalties celery, thinly sliced; 1/4 cup
The confusion is compounded and RICE TIPSMeasure
.. ..: the amounts of rice green pepper, chopped; 1/4 cup
the task of obtaining a permit made stuffed olives, sliced; 1/4 tea

-A heavy .equipment i operator Is arrested more frustrating by the multicipllcity; and'1 Time liquid cooking used.accurately. spoon curry powder, 2 tables-

for:'dredglng and filling on Half of agencies with which the property; \ ntY i Keep cover "tight" during poons chutney, chopped fine;
Moon Lake In:Putnam County; and the owner has to deal in such matters-- l E \ i cooking to prevent _los of 3 tablespoons onion minced;
case Is nolle'prossed because of thecount's there is the Games and Fresh Water >steam. :' 1/4 cup dill pickled, chopped;
salt fresh
3/4 ground
Fish Commission the Internal Improvement Fluff cooked rice with fork
Inability; to Instruct the Jury pepper to taste, 1/3 cup bottled -
slotted to allow steamto
in the meaning of ,the word "navi Fund Trustees, the Department ,or ,spoon French Dressing.

gable" In relation, to a fresh water of Pollution Control, the Army Rice escape.cooked In stockpot or
lake. Engineers, and perhaps others that we kettle should be Immediately
have not even heard of. Each has different turned Into a shallow pan for Combine the first seven in-

.;, ideas as to their powers and serving or holding. gredients. Season with salt and

-The State, 'Id said to be laying Jurisdiction, and a different interpretation pepper.stir Into In the the French dress-
RICE AND SHRIMP Ing, curry powder
claim to the bottoms of all non-mean as to the rights of the property; Frozen shrimp soup, undiluted and chutney. Pour over salad.

dered navigable lakes, 88''well as owner. plus extra shrimp if desired Toss lightly. Chill until serv-
the bottoms of all meandered lakes, heated and spooned as a ing time. Mound on crisp

but no one seems .to know upon what "As long as the laws are so ill fLI n ___ ____n ___ sauce over cooked rice. greens. Garnish with hard
It babes t18 claim. defined I can see why the peopleare cooked egg slices. Serve with
authority; .1
MAPLE RICE cold slices of turkey or chic-
up in arms," one official statedat I\ Cup And Saucer Maple syrup drizzled overt ken. Serves 6.
"V the Lake Como hearing. His recommendation \ -
-Small operators: on Santa, Fe Lake as to a solution was: ,

and Swan Lake 'are stopped In their "Go to the Legislature, formulate your Have Historical InterestSeveral

dredging operations for not having a requests make them aware of the prob- Il

,Lake ;a big corporation on lem and offer solutions. There Is a mo s ago The Telegraph Ch steen of the State Farm. Joyce Humphries.
Smith is allowed (so far) to need to revamp laws and restructure pubUaVi photographsof Mrs. Chasteen the former Mrs. Chasteen recalls that
two small
dredge and fill' without a permit. agencies in the state." one with a s rated dishes Madge Brownlee, states that the cups and saucers came to q? ;.,
Of Kingsley originally her family had a the Brownlee family through 4
Lake R'
on It, an ,e other witha set of six or eight of the
cups Col: J. E, Futch, an early
-Is It possible) that the State doe. It was stated that there is a move painting of th ld Bradford and saucers, but the number Starke ,attorney, and relativeof
Indeed have a claim to aU lake bot- afoot to consolidate several State agen- County bore; courtho The, dishes has now dwindled to only three the family. She believes Col. jt

toms (whether meandered or non- cies into one giant consolidation, and den" and the the Ines tra &ark "Dres- that are still In possession Futch acquired them in set
meandered) under an old 1850 statute if this were done much of the present In Germany on. "Made of members of the family. tlement of the estate of one of
for One
that gave the State title to all'"swampand confusion might be cleared up. Starke, Fla." ss1y and saucers of the Is remaining owned by Mrs.cups the The Canova Bradford families County In HistorIcal Starke.- t''

overflowed: lands! within the State Now two more p>es of the Chast en's sister, Mrs. M. C. Society ,is Interested in .
"for the p arpdse of aiding In the The advice, "Go to the Legislature"seems same and make chIna a small SUth. the former Elizabeth acquiring as much of the chinaas \

reclamation of said lands"? well founded, for that body up cup with saucere the samel turned Brownlee, and the third which possible for a permanent ; ,
has much work to do in this area and the same Inscr demark belonged to the late Miss Mary display, and any Information

These are just a few of the many if the situation is to be clarified. cup and saucer are on.nnses-The Brownlee repaired, was and broken is and now later In- concerning other pieces that t
be In local collections
"gray areas" that need to be clarified At the present time, the Legislaturehas slon of Mr. and Ml J. R. possession of a friend, Miss would might be appreciated.

by rewriting the laws or getting not even defined the word "navi-
gable" in relation to fresh water lakes .- - -- - -
court rulings On the present lawsso CURB ARCTIC

that an intolerably muddled situ- and until that is done the hands of Is lie fun dec! r--------------- Ernie Sever puts finishing touches on Santa c Clou* candia -
ation regarding our fresh water lakes the State are tied in enforcing its j t Flower Garden Is Good tt |j jI under th. watchful eye of his wife, Elsie.!

can be clarified. rules and regulations for the
vation of our lakes for use preser-by the an CUBa ana-poverty Economic t Therapy For Old Age t r r: '

As matters now stand, no property; public.. .., .. Clay, Union, Baker, and d- -.., 44 ,
".", ,"_. -. ,"++ worethat ," ', Jford Countfts has been ried "s. .. By R.e1. icy trr't! ; ;: -,. 4 4 E.t
In the .amount..ot.Sl 12 One.of, the secrets'inyoar11old I
ros successfullyand! & :

. Pill P Popping Paradise! ? In Its Federal Conduct and funds Admlnistra'tea( adml r' age occupied.Is to.,I keep retired interestedand a few right. me brotheoe* they. '* ,, I'txjjleva 1<'". ear \

and Neighborhood Service C\\_ years ago, except for writing
ter programs, and $119,34 this column once a week for A rose bush I have
Are the American brain-
people being they have some ailment whether learned is
Federal funds the Florida News Service. more demanding thana
for the next I
washed in the matter of the use of they do or not; that their reactionsare 'cal year. For years I had been payinga selfish woman and they can
drugs? Many observers think: so. abnormal, when the reverse may professional gardener from drive you to distraction if you MM I
be true and suggesting that $5 to $8 a week to mow the take'I' them seriously. I inves-
drugs Approval
; are of the Agency ., ,
lawn, tend the flowers and trim ted about,$50 In Nelson's Flor-
Drug advertising on American tel- the Its ,
answer to everything.An program components wer the ida stock. They were beautiful ;
shrubbery. With time
evision Is persuasive by constant repetition received last week by Nel on ,
In full bloom but whenI
and the active drug lobby has CUBB.R. Rlos, executive director my own hands gardening I decided and I to can do re-my transplanted them they became .."'" __ ___ -. '''''' _. '..... --m. T. .........._--=__...... c

so far kept critics at bay. official of the Bureau of Con- commend It If you fear boredom Just bushes. They be- Colorful exterior of the shop, painted in -catching +

sumer Protection of the Federal Trade The total of $118,812 In Fed- on retirement. veloped black spots, die back candy-strip motif. '
The bilious looking;'.lady on televisIon Commission says that drug advertising eral funds from OEO and $119 since Mama loves roses I shrivel and what have you and

is afflicted,'' we are,'told, by"tension" Is "primarily directed at breaking down 345 In Federal funds from LIEW fen.decided The to bugs develop, fungus a rose and other gar- the more cultivated I sprayed the worse, fertilizedand they Business And Pleasure

headache. She Is .nervous consumer resistance, creating con- represent a $10,000 and $26- "erworld characters laughted

and Irritable, abrupt with her friends, sumer acceptance, and developing con- 000 Increase In funding from elr heads off. They knew that got.I Mix Candlemaking
the previous funding levels wrote the State {
year Department ;
and miserable with
herself. sumer demand. He further chargesthat body below the rank of a
of $108,812 and $93,345. br star general could of Agricultural and read A candle: is more man a facture candles that would retain ?
grow (
it is often "deliberately unlnfor- Just about every book In the bit of string and wax to Er- their form and beauty for
Then she suddenly accepts a dose mative" and "avoids any appeal to --- -- -- library on the subject of rose nie and El Sever- Is a workof several hours after being light f
of "extra strength" pain-killer, and rational Judgment," addressing Itselfto - F ---- "wj culture. All I learned Is that art and an object of genuine ed. The Impetus behind their

her life Is Immediately transformed. the emotions they required a lot of attentionand love and admiration for Its sudden emergence Into the ,
Her appearance miraculously: im- j I County Agen News ] were hard to grow. tender beauty and quiet useful changlery business was their '

proved and she suddenly becomes her Another official spokesman said: \ But I was persistent, I was ness time, especially of the this holiday Ing impatience commercial with the buick-burn-

"old self". .' smiling, laughing, and "When consumers are induced to pur- By Bobby L. TaW determined that no kisy rose Mr. and Mrs. Sever own and on the market, candles which then )

I Joking with friends, and at peace'with chase drugs for putting them to sleep, could set me back on my ear operate the Carousel Candle "there one minute and gone were the '
the world. calming frazzled nerves I fertilized, cultivated, sprayedand Shop about 3-1/2 miles north next."
relieving ner- Bradford County 4-11 members one w per acre has takena prayed and finally mv roses of Starke on U. S, 301 and as \
vous tension and irritability and elim are proud of the 1 10 Their first step was to advise
; support or planning, time and let themselves go and began to soon as the customer enters "
Congress Is now turning its attentionto hang fatigue without really inquiring. they received during their recent error bloom like mad. the shop, it Is obvious that a formula for their_ pro :.
such extravagant, and sometimes Jnto the etiology of such symptoms, fund raising campaign.This dlProa., one of the most candles are far more than a jected long-burning candles.
unfounded claims) with an "."omlbus then I think the overuse and abuse proves that our folks questions I have to Last week I was able to present business for the Severs they Relying In on his high school background -
drug bill" that is considered; the most of such drugs is encouraged." are concerned about their young answerfespeclally by new folks Mama with a fresh new are pretty much a way of life. went to chemistry work Ernie Sever -
and the
people and
programs coming toour County,Is "How rose every half hour from 7 Candles of every color and Immediately
Important piece of drug-control legislation a.m. and within
activities a short
they participate In. many cwg can I run on an time came
to 6 p.m. and I still have a half description each one of them
in decades. The FTC has authority; over televis- I could call a lot of names acre oftand?" My answer to dozen more In bloom ready to lovingly handmade by El and up with a magic recipe for
ion advertising, but so far has little of adults and older 4-H mem- this II r met 1ng like "For pluck. Ernshare every availablefoot candles that would last sev-
Up to now" the Federal Trade,Com- scientific authority; to determine the bers who put a lot of time six monip of the year, you of space In the shop with and eral his hours a recipe that he
mission has not required advertisingof and effort on this project. But can have tree cows per acre My experience has taught mea custom made permanent flo- wife "still carry In
effectiveness of drugs, or to dispute I'm sure\ most of them were with good\\asture, but for the lot about human nature as wer-and-candle arrangements our heads" -- nothing Is writ-
drugs to conform to the warningsand exaggerated advertising claims. It is rewarded by seeing the younger other six onths, it will take well 3. as old. Mama Nature herself novelty items, and even examples tendown.
disclosures that are printed on this vacuum that Congress must now members grow as they gained three acre er cow." of Mr.Sever's woodworking From start to finish It takes
drug labels. The result has been a take steps to fill. valuable experience In selling I realize>\that this Is not If you want to succeedyou skill, which used to be- approximately five to six hours
gotta keep trying and If to
constant growth of misleading, exaggerated themselves and 4-H as they generally acceptable ansi you work long enough and hard his ',profession before he and crafted make one of their hand-
visited almost every home and wer, but a i candles which can with
accurate ansolve his
and re i wile started their candle-
even. untruthful advertising In the meanwhile, Americans are business In our County; wer would a lot of enough you will be rewarded making as a stand temperature of more
especially television.. threatened by a pill-popping drug culture In addition to providing funds "Us, ands, i axj bu..." beyond your fondest expecta that, like Topsy, continued hobby to than 125 degrees before wilting.
of vast dimensions. Until cor- for our National 4-H Center In Mr. Smith Vs osched his tions. grow Into a full-fledged bus- "It mUht seem like a.lonS.
Much of ttds- Is Washington, D. C., five 4- tedious process to others."
advertising our but
a thinly rective steps are taken, there' is no & undpaItU good year Along with the roses I went iness. the .
disguised attempt to persuade viewers way of calculating where it will end. H Camps in Florida, and the I He The Severs have been at their Severs don't mind at all.
Florida 4-H In for annuals, snapdragons,
Council the Brad- begins by tak soil samples location on U. S. 301 about two They find candlemaklng far
ford County 4-H Council: will on each pas I at least once marigolds, zinnias, petunias, years, and are definitely here more
have and all the rest. Some I grew a than a chore
now some of the money per year. He t applies lime to stay. Originally from New
.f for our Annual 4-H from seed, others from plants' and stimulating rather thantiring.
,. Recognition or if n d. His soil Jersey, they selected the 301 '
and Awards Banquet to test results also\etermine the but they all did their stuff site for their shop after look- During the year when
I ...' be held during National 4-H amount and ana Els of fertilizer when I assured.them they were Ing at many locations In this Mr. Sever was still employedas
TheBrac: ford County Week. for each gr\a and pas- respected and loved and would part of Florida. Somehow, a full-time mechanic for
'j Of course, there are many tire and he appll It at the be well cared for. always kept coming back we to American Bullt-Rlte Co. In
I TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED i fringe benefits from such an right time. Starke, they "We Trenton they would often work
!% .. "" organized county-wide; pro Mr. Smith alsousi(Improvedermanent I made the bugs miserablefor it here." say. love on candles till 2 to 3 o'clock In,
1879 gram. Our individual 4-Hmem- White Clover In Ms\\ I sprayed like mad and Formerly residents of the morning, creating designs
bers begin to realize the scopeof pastures and plan ryegrass cultivated like crazy and watered Browns Mills, N, J., the Severs that Mrs. Sever had worked out
41hsBiUe their organization and the and annual clovers k the winter until my bill darn near made their decision durng the day.
many, other opportunities available broke me but boy have I !got move South because to Their
to them In project work One of the big tsuccessful to hl flowers. You really ought see they were only regret Is that
MIMpUFLORI "fed to here" with
And He wild/ unto them. up the rush- so many people
club work and other activities : pasture ptram is them and I can tell you I !go to are missing the
ESS Where la your faith (St. bed rush dog-eat-dog, vlol.nceand Joy and beauty of burning candles
A and events. They work hard- rotational grazing Is nothing with a smile on my face cold weather of that In -
Luke 8. 23.) to because I know that In the part of thefrhomes."Especial.
er complete more and better but growing rra bar- morn- the
AS50 I' T ONI record books, attend meetings vesting by grazing, a then Ing I can look out of my bed- They country.started their candle- nice at to this time of year It Is so
2 When distressed by more readily, and there U more moving the cattle to ther room window and see a grand making as a hobby corated see festive-gaily de-
participation In contests and pasture to enable the zed and glorious burst of color making candles aglow In the
candles for their
troubles we feel unable to within view. But have own use, and windows and on the table of
events. pasture to recover. my you
then decided to share the "
overcome, or faced with tribulations beauty every home Mrs. Sever
Even with a good past !got to know and understand said
and .
; elegance for their"masterpieces" When
that seem beyond our gram, some winter : of them, love them and care for with they talk about candles
others. It a
I ? glow
B.L. MATTHEWS, Edltsr.Publlh.r" strength we may well heed hay and supplement Is s- them and if you do they will ly didn't make much difference real of much b their than that
., I Published' oa<1i Thursday and entered as Second the question the Lord Jesus I had a good visit with Mr. sary to provide'.adequate I Itritton respond and give you more than whether business was good lights any product on shelves
Class Matter at the Pest Office at Stork, Florida' asks us, ss He asked it of Hi* and Mrs. Rex Smith on Brown- for cattle all year. you ever expected. bad In those early days-- they or ,\ under Act.f March 3rd 1 1179. disciples. Strong In our faith lee road this week. If your pasture 1rorrarn" Just kept making candle "be about' the
S"fc.crlptlon/ / In trade areai, 1 'year;; $3.00; Out.lei. that Cod is nor willing and They have a herd of registered not as good as,you like, call There Is alot to be- learned cause we> like to." forthcoming Christmas, sea-
Black Angus; cattle and your I County Agents Office In from a garden and It is un-" and the special decorated
trade araai, 1 year, $$.50. ready to help, we shall alwaysbe ; In developing! their hobby candles
sustained an outstanding pasture pro- Starke. I'll be happy to work fortunate so few of 'us have into business they are saving to
gram. To reach the: goal! of with you In any,way. sought Its secrets. a the Seven'main ? h'n' up their own homes
Page$ 12 TelcRiapfi, Nov. 11, 1971 1e objective was to manes for the holidays. -,.

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Manslaughter Charged
'"' Nowls th. t/m ro

cover Wln ors Doors, 'orch. 9 Bra.waya

Iegibls Plattig In Auto Accident

A fool Mn. Roberta WM charged Mrs. Roberts was admittedto each fined $26 or 3 days In Opal Morrell Allen charged
ohLV36 rn .. at the time of the accident Alachua General HospitalIn Jail by Cllark with driving while Intoxicated
Alw In 116 rddlHeo. with driving In the wrong direction Gainesville following the Johnny also pled guilty had her case: continued by
FLEX-O-GLASS on a divided highway.Mr crash with multiple) fractures, ; to driving with an expired Judge Yawn.
,Ins RSw1AsNNn1YoNlcA.viIs *. Roberta U to appear facial, and possible cranial In- license ss did RobertEarl Martin Francis Andrew Uoctfrey
far stro per than polyethylan ,w t at plea day In County .Court juries. on a charge of violating failed to appear In court Tues- :Relax With no work, no
It sthsonl l tlc window material 4 r..i / Pwi November 23. According to Troopers S. P. driver's license restrictions.Both day on a charge of unlawful ... you can ret a U. 8.
Burnett and R. W. Pace of the were fined the usual $26 Graded Prime, tender,top. 5 ,h
V GUARA'TEED w.rl.r..CMC.e.eoaet Dead on arrival following the Florida Highway Patrol,the accident :- or 3 days In Jail. quality turkey done to a
Pln In riHlK* Sine 1914/
ri *
\ f- w- early morning crash was kiss occured as Miss Wrightwas McDanIel also pled not guilty turn at Lyman Green I III
AI Hardwa lumbar Dial. tverywhsr. Charlene Wright of Jackson- headed north In the northbound to a charge of Improper changeof speed.FLORIDA with plenty of deUclona: /
vUle. lane of traffic behinda course and Rebey was fined giblet gravy and dreaclnr
tractor-trailer rig. $76 or 3 days after pleading lor the entire. family. I Ia
As Miss Wright pulled Into guilty to failure to have vehicle -
the right hand lane to pass under control.As .
islSiiwloDirYiMi-l l Schools Get the semi, her car was met
usual the court saw the
hear-on, by the automobile -
fbid '.FinI B'" C..4.4 C-1 H.t ': which was headed large number of speeding cas- THEATRE
t In
south In the north bound lane es. Howard Wendell Jackson

:( WHAM BANG':...S DIG DAYS I II State FundsA of traffic. pled and was guilty fined to unlawful$101 or 5 speed days Showtime-Weekdays 7:00

Tuesday's session of plea in Jail by the Judge. Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1 :nn

day, Annie Bell Brown was $51:Rayford or :9 I days English In the was County fined WED., THURS. -NOV. 10, 11
GWS monthly distribution of fined $151: or 60 days In jail
Jail on a similar charge while
I BLUE SPECIAL $184.464 In state aupplled edu- by Judge& Theron Yawn for driving both John Franklin Parker and WILDERNESS
I I II cation fund has been allocated while under the Influence Adrian Anthony Brown were
II to the Bradford County of Intoxicating beverages.An fined $36 or 3 days each. JOURNEYAT 11.12 LB. TURKEY 22.24 LB. TURKEY
COUNTRY MUSIC PARK school system for November. unusual number of cases Brown also pled guilty to
t I It Involving no driver's license a charge of falling to answer precooked! weight with 1 pre-cooked weight with 2
A total of 950.8 million Is qti. giblet and 20.24
or expired driver's license a traffic summons and was qt. giblet gravy and 10-12 gravy
U..MOMMY M LAWTEY neA'DAI being divided among Florida's fined $79 or 3 days. 4:30: 6:30: 8:30: ervlaci of clreaalnc. icrvlng of dre lng.
the Tuesday
t I It school systems this came before Judge -
67 county
morning. Timothy D. Rooks was fined NO PASSES $12.95 $22.95
salaries,transportation -
month cover
$26 or 3 days for speeding,
t FRIDAY. NOVEMBE1112.3P.M. I It. expenses,,. according and other to operating Comptroller Eddie Rebey, James Clark while Herman Floyd Crews pled ALSO DELICIOUS SMOKED TURKEYS
to the
Watiauii Champion, FUdfar Fred O. (Bull) Dickinson. and William A. McDanIel aU not and guilty Alam; Fredrick same Laux charge forfeited FRI., SAT., SUN
I CHUBBY; >! WISE t The monthly distributionIs pled guilty to driving without bond. NOV. 12 13,14"EQUINOX"
t. the state's share of funds\ a driver's license and were LYMAN
FMnenur FIIOI imuag on
for operation of public schools

t CHARLIE MOO? And The Owe. Porlherj" ,'The Flat Top Travelan.A t grades kindergarten through 12.
oosn_ Gabby. The Duce" ambfar. The/ Scxn 01 Blue( GIUSI Phu Addresses Needed
/ Moral The state funds are provided And
by Florida's Minimum Foundation To Send Christmas 301

SATURDAY. NOV. 13 2PM. ..* .PJH. Program the legislative K-12 Packages To Vietnam "DINOSAURUS""OUT
formula for funding pro
I RCA, ffecorcana SAx MAC WISEMAN Plus/ Roth SAx sySat' Only< grams and $2.7 million In OF THIS 323 N, TEMPLE (U.S. 301)) STARKE
And The Cinch MOIIIIaIn.8oys. sales tax funds earmarked for DRIVE-IN
ffactxctngAflad The Junior Woman's Club of
I, Plus The Entire Friday Night' Show education.Bradford's. Starke la once again preparing WORLD FRIGHT" Main St.. Lake Butler, Ph 496-9411
Christmas packages to be sent
Shew At Sundown
1971 November Begins
to and women' from Bradford
t tt
t location of $184.464 Is down
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 14 3P.M. slightly from the $193,249 received County who are stationedIn FRI., SAT., SUN., MON.

t The Grand Finale 01 The TfeazAU' The.Performers t In November 1970. Vietnam. Nov. 12, 13, 14, 15bt
Luted'bo10e Performing For A 31/2 Ilima-Show Cooperation ollocal..sldenlaI.
I school
Clay County' : system
Is needed In supplying names
t t tt received $312,494. down from and addresses of those military
"'AMOIM $352,179 In November 1970, for MISSING
FIIIMf.ADM.T1 tl -CMLMn I TO U O personnel to whom the
lATUKOAf,_DIA.TIM N CIM.DMS" TO U O N Its share of November state ::::: ""f
Club should! send packages.Addresses ;
t WWMT.AOU.D O M C.-LIIIIEI.TO U a N t .. Baker County; schools
3 DAY PASS ADULTS $8.00 CHILDREN 6 To 12 S2.00 received $99,286, down from must reach the Club THE BOAT?
$109,541 last November. Union by Nov. 20.
110 M.COHOUC stviitMU rtnrmo-MM. *.CM* 4iv1ff-
t t County; schools received $56-
sent Junior
To have a package 9

I MoM/ Accommodotiom- DST ISLE MOTEL. t 771 November., down from $61.242 last Liza Women Munslnger to contact Phone are Mrs.533- IS LIFE AN UGLY THING I TO YOU ?

: LAWTEY,RA. PH. 782-3332: 2199 or Mrs. Jeanee Loper .w
t .'-------- -...... phone 964-5334.
, I ..,-
Girl Scouts

.,' I LAZBOV'S2. -_ Ir I
I .
Invested Thurs. ." \
i ,, ee
8 CeremonyGirl 1'

ALE Q'df5J' :

Scout Troop 605 held ,-
m uIO LrJ: its Investiture Ceremony and : / I
1'::' Court of Awards at the First J .f. i";
United Methodist Church on \\ ? ', '
Thursday evening, Nov. 4. : ..... .'
% |>, Now for a limited time, you can buy ; ,Lt..
k ; New girls Invested were Shar- pS
that comfortable chair you've rl Dobbs, Kim Fern Cindy
W \: Griffith. Cindy nwII rd. J"ne

.. rrr l Howard Linda Darlene ,,,..MI KIyySASI.I$
:-... always dreamed of Johnson. Charlotte Luke, Susan All MacGraw Ryan O'NealInlStltw
1' ) Rehbert, Theresa Russell
',. at a substantialSAYINGS Phlllls Sharpe, Retanla Coleman -
; Janna Starling, and Deb- TM
fi bta Thomas. riIds

Gladys Ann Ayer, Janet ,
Linda Darlene Johnson -
j N Boyce,
.l and Sylvia Pitman wereelected
patrol leaders and received -
gold cords. Marlynn Pa- A HOWARD NSKY' ARTHUR HIllER Production
yt1 tray will serve as troop treasurer w i
and Janna Starling as troop John Harley Ray Milland
r scribe. .. .....
: LAZ..BCV'RECLlNA Janet Boyce was awarded the (.RICH Sl'GIIl ARTHUR..-..HIUER... IIOWAROGNINSNY."" '" *
Sign of the Arrow and Sign of UWIOGaiOEN C& ''' THEN
the Star In addition to other Of -
ROCKER'Now Patray was lAl."D' 1{
badges.: Marlynn 15000'UtiCN AIUJM.... (
also presented with badges I ON PAJUMOUNT .

you can own the chair of your dreams, a world. earned Additional during members the summer.of Troop I CHANGE THINGS !
1 famous La.Z.Boy, at an unbelievable, once-in-a-Ilfetime ; 605, which meets every Tluirs- -PLUS-
and comfort that can possibly _
sale price! All the beauty FlrstBapUitChurch,
j e day at the .
be built into a recliner are yours In a world-famous Brantley,Linda Bro- Pa'mmnunPr! am Pqm"L
La.Z.Boy. These sumptuous masterpieces are certainto are Donna Cole, Shandal PETERCTTOOLE
put real living into that special room. See us today skey, Sherrie
as this sale is for a limited time. only! Hamilton Coleman, Janice Connie Saucer Dice, ,Renee and Open A Savings A ccoun t A t

f Kelly Woodham. "MURPHYWAR"
Refreshments were served by
the girls and enjoyed by the FIRST FEDERAL
Save Up To $52.00) SlyIt 829 and friends pre I I>;C .
many sent. parentsie of Troop 605 _''SIOfo'COLtJA ..p.............[ft]
for M.G.the Boyce coming and year Mrs.are DeWitt Mrs. PcheI I Add Toll Rcgnlcirly!'

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I BHS Yearbooks St. Marks Bazaar Rcad-In *71 Light Volume -

Holiday 'I Being Observed OnFiratSale t
Can Be Ordered Of Pecans II ere 'We
On Tap Nov. 20 By Libraries
A light volume' of 13.179 .
Candies j Next ThursdayI pounds of nuts was offered at :
"Read-In '71' la the appealIng the first auction of the season '
Holiday decorations handmade pine cones, hand made wooden theme for National Child held last Thursday at the Lawtey Repair.
And I I Orders for 1971-72 Bradford Infant articles, homemade hanging, baskets,note paper with I ren'* Book Week starting November strawberry wharf.
High School yearbooks will be canned foods flower arrangements etched drawing, of St. Marks 14. Special attention will Prices ranged as high as
k taken at a yearbook assembly aprons, and toys Church and otter Christmas
FlowerArrange 1 be devoted to children'* booksthroughout 45-1/2 a pound on Stuarts,
next Thursday, Nov. 18. will be Items on sale next
gifts will be on display.
the week with the with the for this variety
k Students will be given Just Saturday Nov. 20. at bazaar A average a
a White Elephant table will TYPEWRITERS;
( observance November
ending being 41c. Seedlings averaged
F, this one opportunity.. to place sponsored by St. Marks Episcopal bo another attraction. It will 354: a pound, and Curtis
k an order for a yearbook ac- Church.It Include antiques trash and 20.A .
of colors 34 .
fascinating "
1, cording to Mrs. Sue Moody, will begin at 9:30: a.m. trea.u..... array
and characters be viewed Market Bob Allen ADDING
ments k yearbook advisor. No. extra at the St. Marks parrtsh house Home made chill and manager .
vegetable on the national poster,and spe- said there were lots of poor
P, books will be ordered. at 212 North Church Street.
soup will be served ,
clal Read-In bookmarks have quality.. nuts at the first sale,
Students absent from school Mrs. Fred Glenn and Mrs.William ttirmurhnut the day. Desserts
I been prepared for uie during but expressed belief that qu -
P Nov. 18 will be contacted by the Hood are co-chairman of coffee, and soft drinks and'take the llty.. would Improve at future MACHINES I:
Give A, Gift Of Candles L. annual staff upon their return the event. out orders of chill, soup, and Library officials points out sales.
"/', I, to school and given the oppor- desserts can be purchased. that the need for Book Week *
L tunlty.. to order. Also featured will be plants "The communicants of St. Bradford J.
For today Is Just as essential as It I
Thanksgiving Christmas In Now Medical oplnloa Is of'fercd
one gallon Including
I Nov cans. Marks
; On the following Tuesday, have worked all year on was when first conceived In I j
23, students must verify their assorted azaleas photinla glo- this bazaar and Invite their la rapport of the toothpick. "- County ;
bra and ptttosporiuin. Thanksgiving 1919.Frederic TJie guy with a tooth"
the total friends and
orders by paying year neighbors to come
Melcher. one of the j ,
CUSTOM MADE CANDLES and Christmas flaming pick In on corner of his
book price of $0. Join with them In the traditional founders of the Telegraph
mouth. ahd In the :
cacti plants will also be sold. holiday festivities a cigarette : '
PERMANENT FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS Persons who do not have says said "Book Week ethrr Is sort of averaging j s'
Seasonal candles, florescentCaladiums Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar. : brings, us 1 _. I ..
In school, but who out. heallhwlie.
children together to talk about books things to
FOR. EVERY OCCASION wish to purcliase a copy of -- and reading, and, out of our ....
the yearbook, may do so by knowledge and love of books, - - '.".
Provide Color --- --- - .
sending a full remittance of to put the cause of children's ..
CA'R'OUSELCatid1 book to Mrs. Moody ,
$9 per reading squarely before the
In care of Bradford High For Spring And Summer whole community. A great nation
Shop School. A receipt will be Is a reading, nation and In Protection :
mailed. Beautiful soft foliage with an to warm. Some people take the this broad country of ours,
bulbs up and dry them out over books should
abundance of colors Is typical be freely availa
U.S. 301 -.3 1/2,Miles North Of Starke Public Allowed of the caladlum. Caladlums area the winter and some leave them ble for every boy and elr!.'* And Beauty
tuber and for those of you In the! soil. The Clay County.. Public Library
To Burn Small who have never tried this delicately How can you use caladiwnl'lAA Including branches at \
leafted plant you are In mentioned earlier the uses Keystone Heights, Green Cove
Piles Of Trash for a real thrill! Although this are almost unlimited. Borders Springs. Orange Park, and the FOR YOUR
: '#** x:* ::3S*#::: Is not the time of to plant of caladlums are extremely Bookmobile Invite all young ,
M m'iiM:stffWjttyaw: 1 :;: :: :mfi1il11f: :mff:11:: $1ffm1fl111:: : 1ml@: year effective. The wide leafed variety people to help celebrate the
for that time will be
the bulbs
m REGi'tt'-T'' t The new open burning rules In the sprint, you can easily see .. against the green back "Read-In" program. ASPHALt PA VEMEN1S 1-
which went Into October
effect the foliage now. Many varieties' ground of a hedge gives a striking Hours at the Keystone branch
.:.:.::.: .. -::"::: 1, do not prevent property owners never need to be moved once effect. Large movable pots are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. dally '"
Lake Memorial Park .:::: from burning small plies containing caladlums are certainly Monday through Saturday
*: Crosby :: they are'established.Caladlums effective except Have Them Sealcoated
and leaves.According : on a patio.
of trash, garbage
:::: "U'VCemetery :::::: are natives of the Tuesday when the
to District Forester of the of the most unusual ways cal- branch Is from 1 to 9
East Indian Tropics.
:::: ( ) t: area open
A.G. McCuIlers Jr., have ByBaggeft
adlums been used was ana
::::::': :::: The leaves are large, measuring P.m. )
Starke Florida "Many people are under the as much as 12-14 Inches, or bamboo fence. Large bamboo
f 1
t; :. mistaken Impression that they The
they may be of the new variety.. were used as planters.
: ;::. Price of a single grave'ispace $125 (Includes r: : cannot legally burn trash, garbage which are strap-leafed or even caladlums foliage, of course green leafed caladlums with the Paving Co
.:. annual care) ''"' ': : and leaves uncjpr the new a miniature varl...,.. These attributes added a gaily.. to the somber color towering lire engine red flowers :
m' & open burning rules Imposed by of leaf shape can give of the bamboo. Why: not of amaryllls above. Let :
t: A Burial Permit must be- obtained before making ::1 : the Department of Air and Water you a wide variety.. of uses.Caladlums consider giving a friend cal your Imagination go when It OF GAINESVILLE
W an Interment In'Crosby .Lake Memorial Park. Fee ::: Pollution Control. Such Is are planted for the ,adlum bulb for Christmas or comes to using this very versatile j ;
t;l for permit Is $10, payable l In. advance of Interment. fM: not the ca... These materials foliage and will live In full : as a gift any other time. They bulb. Plan now to purchase
.:':' ; ..- .:..:-. "";" r ::;. can be legally burned as long sun or high shifting shade. are lorur lasting and forever many tubers for next 2829 N. MAIN STREET
::::r: No copings, head.tooeeih1'ubbef1;! or, trees will j@ as they do not create a nuisance The tuber Is easy to grow. a reminder of the giver.Caladlums year. You will be happy: with
:::;: be permitted In "Blocks 'N, O, P, 0, R, S, and T ?::* reduce visibility on public Rich organic soil will give you can be utilized asa this easy to care gem In ,

r: ::1 of Crosby Lake Memorial Park. i1; roadways to less than 500 tile best ...sul l. The plant requires ground cover. When planted your garden. For Free Estimates
feet do not violate other
or -
rl any fertilization .;.;; .
light once close the --------- -----
together foliage
1m Use of copings to; other areas Is discouraged, but 11i: local rules or ordinances.However a month In order to maintain shades the soil and prevent
:: ::: If used, must be not over one Inch above surface ::: ::: If a regular garbage the lovely soft foliage: In November weeds and grass from growing. Seasons tumble so closely CaN 372-4062 :
:::: ; of the ground.< New;plantings of large' shrubbery ::: pick-up service Is available", when the leaves look Other bulbs will grow In conJunction together these days that no
and trees will not be In area of the the burning Is not allowed.
11:1:; permitted any $ somewhat dlsenchanged with future with caladlums. The sooner do we let the air out of
It further
has been pointed
::;:;;; cemetery. ". *..; jflt : growth cut the leaves amaryllls will rise above the :
-: : out by Mr. McCuIlers that the f.I.xt.prIng. leaves the beachball than It li time l
:* No wooden outside'"burial receptacles: will be permitted i:: Division of Forestry does not will away.emerge when the new days begin other Imagine foliage a bed when of white flowering.and to pump up the basketball. 20

: 1: In any area bf Crosby Lake Memorial Park.Concrete : :: have to be consulted prior to .. 'i
:: or steel vaults permlssable.. '?:::: setting the above mentioned"typefires. ;
;.:.'<0 'n.' He said. "We have been !
t1 All purchases of low will-: be on a cash basis but iiiij made responsible for granting
terms may be arranged In special cases. !1:: or denying permission to burn
The right Is reserved JjucCrosby Lake Cemetery : only agricultural or sll- ,
vlcultural type fires, as well -
Association to ente; ;:upod any and all lots for the ;:::: as on road; right-of-way and .. lA t*** rtf K *iii kM am*%U 3fc *' fc W**** ,.
.: purpose of care, 'maintenance: and beautiflcation. M; development fires that are to .rHtr jf *'.--,%'i' J vys

=* '", ::;::: be burned during daylight s *

CROSBY LAKE/CEMETERY: ASSOCIATION,'INC.\ ,,hours." 11 Mita A.- -* .**- .. I
Persona desiring permission *. .:::4 .
:: st' ; )o r; to burn should ette .
... F I a P \ telephone any ... "

!iiii!!! ii! iiii!!! iiil!!! i liiimtm!! Q1tm i1ffim ifi1i1f:11iiiliili1mfi: : : 1imm1clM. Division: Starke of, 964-5436 Forestry; Lake office f\V ft. I

.::. '.:,,, : Butler. 496-4321; Gainesville. different
376-7565; Palaflta 328-1171.
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Mrs. Pearl Markey baa returned were Ralph Goodge and daughters On Sunday they visited Mr. and
home -.rter.. two weeks and Mr. Coodge's mother. Mrs. Dukes' son-in-law andJames It.4- IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN P.O. Box 1134 Starke, Fla. FIE!):zit-an action for dissolution -
visit with Mr.'a0c2. Mrs. Allen Mrs. Della> CpodgefromStarkes daughter Mr. and Mrs. AND FOR BRADFORD AND FOR BRADFORD 32091. of marriage has been
Messmor andcll.tl4renIDTem.. Etta Dpi Graham and her Alligood and son In Alachua COUNTY. FLORIDA. COUNTY FLORIDA. Dated this 1 day of Nov. A.D. nl le4eggaiiaL:you and you are
pl. Hills, M4. JM, sister-in-law. Amanda Smith James .Is 111; please remem- In Estate of WILLIAM HOGAN In re: Estate of WILLIAM 1971 at Starke,Bradford County readrs4-:To.serve: a copy of
Mrs. 1ft MM Uwls of from Newport News Va. and ber him In prayers.On JR., deceased Florida. yourVwrfitsir: defenses If any,
Gainesville spent last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Edward Endlcott;; Saturday, Nov. 8, Mrs. .1 SMITH JR.. deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11/4 4 t IV25In to' n>bnEu( ne F. Shaw At-

with her mother *Mrs. Amanda and children of Gainesville. Melbree Rain and Robin of Archer L? NOTICE OF PROBATETO All creditors of the estate 1 lorwur,for":l& band, whose addrel.'la
LewIs. 1 ifl Yv Mrs. Pearl Markey spent last visited Mrs. Rain's mo- INTERES- of William Hogan Smith, Jr., 142West Call Street
Others visiting Mrs. Amanda weekend .with her brother-In- ther, Mrs. Mamie Hodges.They ALL deceased, are hereby notified The Circuit Court, Eighth Stark Florida, and file the
Lewis on.Sunday, afternoon law' and sister. > Mr. and Mn- also visited Mr., and Mrs. Evan and required to file any Judicial Circuit of FloridaIn original with the Clerk of the
R. IC. Dukes In Lake Butler."Isn't Hodges, Mrs. Rain's brother 1iIT DECEDENT claims or demands which they And For Bradford County. above styled Court on or before -
....L _,_ .... and sister-in-law. Your are hereby notified thata may have against said estate Florida ::December I, 1971; otherwise -
--=- Others vtitting Mr. and Mrs. written Instrument purporting in the office of the county Judgeof crvii.! ACTION :>* Judgment may be en-
Evan Hodges over the weekend to be the last will and testament Bradford County Florida, Diane C. Snyder, Plaintiff-vs- tered-agalnst-; -you for the re-
were their daughter, Mrs.Jim of said decedent has In the courthouse at Starke Terry Lee Snyder Defendant Demanded: in the Petition.
been admitted to probate In Florida, within six calendar NOTICE OF SUIT- WITNESS my hand and the
Gnann, and children r from
i it fun my I this court. You are hereby com months from
Middleburg on Saturday. Thenon the date of the NO PROPERTYTO seal of said Court on 28th
( manded within six calendar first publication of this notice. : Terry Lee Snyder October. 19,71.Gilbert! .
Sunday those dropping by months from the date of the Each claim or demand must be You are hereby notified that S. Brown
C fo, romp on a cozy, of were Alachua Mr. and Ralph Mrs. Lloyd Coodge Smith and first publication of this noticeto In writing and must state the an action for Divorce has been .A. Clerktof Said Court

daughters, ;and Mr. Coodge's .- appear In this court and place of residence and post- filed against you Terry Lee BY'Beulah M. Moody
warm floor? mother, Mrs. Delia Goodge of show cause If any you can, office address of the claimantand Snyder and you are requiredto As Deputy Clerk
i Starke. Also Etta Dyal of Graham John RegisterIn why the action of this court In must be sworn to by the serve a copy of your writ/ 11/441 '11/23: .
and her sister-in-law Amanda admitting said will to probate claimant his agent or his attorney ten defenses, If any to It, on First Publication November 4,
Smith of Newport News, TheologicalSeminary should not stand unrevoked.' or it will become the plaintiffs attorney, whose 1971.. .
THERON A. YAWN, JR. void according to law. name and address is lion

Va.Mr.. and Mrs. C. J. Stalnal rand County Judge, Bradford November 3, 1971. George H. Pierce, Starke, Florida T?. NOTICE
Tony spent the weekend with John D. Register,.of Jackson County Florida. Lewis W. Smith and file the original with L.K. Whitehead Et AI] has

relatives in Brewton, Ala. and Miss., Is among the new students First publication on Novem. Harold D. SmithCoExecutors the court clerk of before the November above styled. made;Appllcation to the Brad.
In Kreole, Miss. They visited to enroll this semester ber 11. 1971. of the Estateof 1971 on or ford Count: Zoning Board for
Mrs. Stalnaker's brother and at Reformed Theological Sem George H. Pierce William Hogan Smith,Jr.,de be entered: otherwise against a judgement for may the reclasslOcation of the property
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. P.O. Drawer 1030 ceased. you described below from Open Rural -
Leon Jerrugan In Brewton,Ala. Register Is the of Mrs. Starke Florida 32091 First publication on Nov- relief demanded in the complaint to-HM (Mobile Home Park).

In Kreole, Miss they visited Beatrice Sullivan, former resident 11/11 4 t 12/2 ember 11th, 1971. WITNESS or petition.hand and the That Portion of SW 1/4 of
Mrs. Stalnaker's brotherinlaw of Brooker, lie graduated George 11. Pierce seal of said my Court October SE.-1/.4 NQrth of State Road
'; : and sister, Mr. and Mrs. from Bradford High School In CALL FOR BIDS P.O. Drawer 1030 19, 1971. on 200'and North of State Road
t' Melvin Crutchfleld. Mrs. 1962. and served with the Navy Starke, Florida 32091 Gilbert S. Brown 18- M.-Efts> of Co. Graded
Crutchfield Is In the hospital for four.years. After hi* discharge The Board of County Commissioners 11/11 4t 122NOTICE As Clerk of said Court Hood Ex R/W all In Section:
there. Remember her In ;your he entered Florida State Bradford County; Beulah M. 24, Township 7S, Range 21
By: Moody
Jr prayers too.SCHOOL UniversI where he received Starke, Florida request sealed OF INTENTION TO As Deputy Clerk East..
Ms B.S. In Education earlier bids for one new motor grader REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 10/28 It 11/18 This change In classification
NEWS this year. on November 15: 1971 at Notice Is hereby given that Is! a public hearingto
Our School Safety Patrol, John is married and the 9:30: A.M. the undersigned, under the provisions .- beheld Tuesday Novem-
comprised of 12 members. Is Specifications be ber 30 at 7:30 PM in the County
father of daughters,Katrina may secured of Chapter 20,953 Laws In Tho Circuit Court : -
of The
doing an excellent Job enforcing and Krista.His decision to enter from the Clerk of the of Florida, Acts of 1941. will Eighth Judicial Circuit .Commission room at the
safety regulations. They the ministry was greatly In- Circuit Court, Courthouse. register with the Clerk of the Florida In And of Bradford County Court House
now are aiding the students fluenced by the late T. a/PUi. Starke, Florida. Circuit Court In and for Brad- County Case No.-ForBradford at which time all persons interested -
crossing the highway both in holster of Brooker. 11/7 2t 11/14 ford County Florida upon proof IN RE The shall be heard for
Ak' Marriage of James
.t v A.l the mornings and the afternoons Reformed Theological Semi or against the proposal, as
of publication of this notice of Willie Barber, Husband and
This Is In addition to is specified in the Zoning Codeof
nary an Independent academic e e e
aiding safety for the students the fictitious name of B & B Elolse Whitney Harber, wife. Bradford County.
institution established six The mother of
on the school property. The teen-ageri METALS CO. under which I NOTICE OF SUIT John Torode, Chairman
years ago In Jackson with 17 calls for more accurate: recipes. TO
patrols' wear belts and badges am engaged In business at : Eloise Whitney Barber, Bradford County Zoning
students Current Thoie that will
they are making a big enrollment say they STARKE, FLA. Owners H.A. Address Unknown. Board.
; contribution -
.l c4 to the school program is states 95: students and four drawn foreign from countries 19 feed .four should specify: foulwhat. Bishop Jr. & H.A. Bishop m. YOU ARE l HEREBY NOTI- 11/4 -.2tchg-.Il11STARKE'S
r ;. give your family a year The.

n7 healthier, happier, warmer PTA NOTICE branches of Seminary evangelical serves Christ aU

home with a beautiful, new The Brooker PTA will meet ianity; but especially churches
t Tuesday night, Nov. 16, at 7:30: of the Presbyterian and Re
p.m. The executive committee formed faith. '.
ilESEsiL.OILi will meet prior to this at 7
pjn. Plan to attend this meet- Monday Nov. 1 Remember her
Ing. loved ones In your prayers. LOWEST
HOME HEATER Mrs. Harriet Knabbs from Haw
CHURCH NEWS thorne who passed' away Sat., FOOD
SIEptER hM th* big,built-In Blower System and ex. The Brotherhood of the Nov. 6. Mrs. Knabbs was Mrs.
elusive Inner Heat Tube that give you Uw comfort Brooker Baptist Church wishes Lowell Douglas' mother Remember -
miracle SUPER FLOOR HEAT.Com In and to thank each of you who Mrs. Douglas in your FOOD FAIR PRICES !
uk for a demonitmlion and m how this MWSicgler contributed to the success of prayers. G""Illr I
will pity for itwlf their barbecue supper last Sat- Calvin Hall who passed away 320 S..WALNUT ST.
th e Pool it enret withsSe urday night. Gross proceedswere Friday, Nov. :5. Mr. Hall Gaalxo SUPERMARKETS
$393. The profit will be was a resident of Lake Genevaand
used to buy tables and supplies was Lamar Hall's father. U.$. CHOICE

"It's A Fact You Can ing. for the educational build Mrs Jean Lamar Hall is formerly -
Endlcott of Brooker.

Do Better At" LIST So remember them In your I CENTER. CUTSIRLOIN
'" ?' prayers
.; Remember the 1I1el( 'hi our FRESH L O5IDA'": IRQ.UNUBoNELEss ; ;

.; Fr Mrs. Mamie Stalnaker Is home 1 1
Brooker welcomes to its
DENMARK from the hospital; she suffered munity a new arrival, Christi FRYERS ; STEAK
a light heart attack. Ann Harrell, daughter of Mr. = STEAKS29c
Also Mrs. Polly Clark and and Mrs. Henry Harrell. Mi-
FURNITURE COMPANY Mrs. Charles Scott are now chelle Is proud of her sister.
f rl, home from the hospital.
Y Paternal grandparents are Mr. uiiIIIF i ;;
434 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827 1 Our heartfelt sympathy, love and Mrs. J. C. Harrell of rrarrlr -$119-119
STARKE, FLORIDA and prayers are extended to Gainesville, formerly of WHOLE 1 ''If film/
these bereaved families: Mrs. Brooker. Maternal
grand :
2 PER BAGmumriow ,
Martha Jane McNeal from
parents are Mr. and Mrs.John- '

Brooker. who passed away on Christi ny Andrews was born of Lake on Monday Butler HtanivinDM t'Qtv-ttfcrn mirror towmannaroAr towM/CE, / t imir/ur/ uwnicti

Nov. 1 I.Frosty I. Y



; In Ice G'ville Show Due MallAn DINNERS_ ______ __

ice show without ice? 2.. 98COMPARE; j 5 IBS staaa

Sounds Impossible, perhaps, >:.
but that's exactly what Is taking -
place at the Gainesville Mall outn.r OfLOici Pantry SIAUD IN PLIOIILM 1 1 FROZEN fULL!
through Saturday of this week I 'OR MISHN1S*'
where the Frosty Follies Ice Frozen Bagels ":: SIAVOMOf 4/l/ Pride
Show Is delighting all-comers, i ; STRAWBERRYMorton
young and old. Chicken Dinner "Maw".01 38c

< lllIi...0 StilL Meat Pies :i.:: 'N 489c4l/ ; COFFEE i SHORTCAKE;
.t!.1KO'll10' : fllO... IOtMMOaE Though lacking Ice (as such)
Gi Ease the show has all the other Del I Monte t Corn sssrsGreen :0'a w1 c.., / ."

o.\ec't\C\ \ a\t.\ glamorous productions,Ingredients including of skating such Giant Corn v//..?.tmt. >9 ot Ot WHO CNt*! 4/l/ LB frrnlAr 59 C 2 LB

HOW TO ECONOMIZE AND STIll skill, humor, clever costumes, :'2/25c/
American Beauty Hominy'Cut "'''Im 79
and the showmanship of Paul BAG

O\\d\\\O\\6t\\ \\\ \\ M'Aj R'ROM'OU'ELECTRIC treal Leduc, Canada.On and his.troop from Mon- Green Beans ':'...",:: 4/l/ SIZE, ''

wood,a coated portable with surface a special ply- ivryo4y tow nuctn IVIKYDAY tow men i ivMrwr tow rwcn i mirror tow mat 1 miroar uw.nxtiSORDINI .

one-eighth Inch thick preparation 1.11 /.rl YM YM nn7N
./ of silicone and wax, the CftfMORA Y GREEN GIANT S7r mnv iB IN PANTRY PRIDI N I N
APPLIANCES. cast performs practically any >IE K B o Alt VtGITASII ORANGE
,y feat they could do on Ice, and COFFEECREAMER
4t '\ the extra effort it takes Is
4%; -- ...-,. not obvious to the audience. _

-_ :-,' ... \aJ12 f'1 Youngsters attending the show CANS 12oz 79< l 5/89

f get a special thrill when a few _
are invited to appear on stage,
,. .... tJ ""- then whirled through the air COMPARE! s: :'Golden' RipeANANAS! SWEET
Ill. ". at a dizzying pace.
!- @!II
lIP ". :" Leduc grew up in skating Long Crain Rice .:.:""."o 39< :

o:P 'j o{::] years country with and a appeared touring Ice for show ten Colgate Instant Shave "U101.::;: : 39 i: ,.,0 R N
< .w
*> before putting together his own Pantry Pride Salt 01 eo. ; : y'kr }"
fo4j production. At first it was rw, \: 1 .
1We've \p\ staged on an 8x35-foot bed of Cake Mixes ":::?:":,::r" 29c'Y\ !!!!!!!!: : ,- us, NO. T #a

ice truck mounted, pulled on around a refrigerated to county Toaster Pastries ..:-.*.r: :,, 3/95/ '!1; .9 *: : .... _

fairs and race tracks for
Pride Flour ;
one-night stands. Then came Pantry 'n 37 \ ;;/ I EAR

the boom In shopping malls, OVER 7,000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES r. 1 '"
with their promotions, and a .
added a second member to our whole new world opened up. BONUS | AU "U."OSIIATINO OH COOKINO l U t. NO I taim ;.ui*> _

family of free FPL economy booklets. '. .But the bulky equipment necessary QUANTITY BUYS GOOD RIGHTS THRU RESERVED.NOV. 17. 1971. I'!APPLES. .. .4.':.39
This one contains cost-saving operational -
for this operation was mimr tow mtii i ivitrs r tow Hint l tvnrttr itw men BONUS BUY! ivcirsir tow nut 11 nuntr isw nut i
hints for major electric too much of nuisance
your ; a In the
W iwiir IUICY *
appliances (except air conditioning, enclosed area of a mall, and 1 PAN R.IADY BlCID
which is in our first booklet). .:' the silicons-treated surface: DAISY DRESSEDWHITING COOKED FLORIDAORANGES CINNAMON

Both booklets are available, free of stumbled on by accident, became BUNS CAKE

charge, at your appliance dealersor the answer. Skating on &tigI 29 -3/99'
silicone takes about three times :.: 49 <
at any FPL office.'And both make more physical effort than skatIng _____
family reading. ice but Leduc _____
great on real ,
and his company found it easier 1r1friJIIILff4/ If/IuAiIpfli wici' iijujiiuiir mtrojr ww mat, _lll\l\Ml\"i_ \_ _\ _\_ _: _ninttr_________ttw___nidi______l__mirier________cow____niciVASEUNC ____>_
to transport, and It can PIT ;? as -
r=l=Iai'.i be set up In two hours insteadof BATH _I LIBBY'S LESUEUKIASJ1T WHIPTOPPING COTTON
the 24 to 36 hours required JUMIPEAS
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Showtimes are at 1:00: 4:00: 3/$1
3/l I 2/33/ < wan '
and 7:30: p.m. daily through :r OIIn
Saturday, Nov. 13.

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Services Held ;; Larry Smith 1st Methodist .'
; tAn
For Mrs. McNealOf Fills PulpitIn Homecoming Set

Drook'J' ;:: Alabama For SundayThe investment in Your Future :

Jane !McNeil. Smith of Mr. and public Is Invited to participate I
Mrs. Martha Larry son
70. died Monday Nov.' };*InJacksonville Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Jr. of bration. In at a Homecoming the First United Cele-

Brooker for, 47 She years had lite and"*Was In of Paxton.Starke and delivered former the resident mornIng xlajr.Methodist Nov. 14.Church in Starke Sun- 1ftr IE l lID l1 II l! lI !


Jesus a sainu.member Christ of of the Latter Church' .Day:of-: Ala Methodist,sermon on October Church at the 31.First In Laymen'sDay Florala Robert A former D. Sommer pastor,,will the bringthe Rev. "rlr Mats par krone h. ttew win Iss Iwrt M dse" $s sz

Funeral services _held observed. message at the 11 sum. uu ..uh.hUUU.U..h ____ uu..u..... .. __ ;.
were was Worship service. Reverend f! mff.iWt; ; 'm'l\'lITlrW\ jUi i ier _II! ._..m;=iII,, J nii iiIJ i" >Ik Jiml1iil wulrataM.u;: mlllm_'!IJIIII\W\ ''''URn"..,. spwwg ,
at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.'3, .
In AntIoch Baptist Church with" A senior at Troy State University Sommer Is now pastor of the BAPTIST .3
Elders Wllford Jordan andJese Mr. Smith was recently .
CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE
Church In West Palm Beach.
D. Branson officiating Interment '. recommended for license
a His wife and three children Sunday School 9:45 am. Bible School. 10 a.m. Worship Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Schedule of Services: ...
in the church Alabama-West ?
cemetery in the
was "to
preach United Methodist will also be present for the Morning Worship 11 sum. Youth Services, 11 a.m. and Union Tpm. Evening Worship, Morning Worship II a.m. YouthService Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. ,*f
Florida 6 p.m. Midweek Service Wednesday 8 pun. Wednesday Night service 6 Evening Wor- Even-
Church Conference. He will celebration.A Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor- p.m. Morning Worship 11 ajn. Ha
received -
f Ip. his BS degree In Business covered-dish dinner will ship 7 pun.Thursday. 7 p.m. Ladles Bible 7:30 pjn. Everyone welcome ship 7 pm.Tuesday. Ing Worship 7 pjn. ;'tAll ;
Mc- be held In Fellowship Hall night Prayer Meet- Class, Thursday 11 a.mChurch Prayer Meeting 7:30: other evenings-8 p.m. ,
all of Jacksonville Buddy Administration from Troy
; Immediately after the Morning Ing 7:30: pjn.David located one block west on SR -L.L. Parker pastor ,'."
Neal, Palatka; Donald and JohnH. State next May. Afterwards he pjn.Rev.
!McNeal, Jr., both of Gainesville will attend Asbury Theological Worship service. Everyone Is Hodges, Pastor Ij.P.H. Bell minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST W.B. Chauncey pastor HAMPTON CHRISTIAN .':..
attend the dinner.
four daughters, Mrs. Seminary. Wllmore. Ky. for to CHURCH S
; will Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning -
Jeanette Williams, Gainesville; three years. His grandparentsare This year Homecoming GRACE BAPTIST PINEH1LL CONGREGATIONAL Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School' 10 a.m. MornIuN
In the
celebrate 20 CHURCH
Mrs. Elowlse Green. Winter L. F. Smith, Sr. and Mrs. years CHURCH STARKE METHODIST CHURCH vices (Booster Band Young BAPTIST Ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening 41CWorship
Garden; Mrs. Josephine Crawford Luclle Davis, lifelong residents 1- church sanctuary which was the Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday School 10 MornIng People, and Prayer Service* 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services 7.-Jame.Shawpa.tor. ,?
constructed In 1951 under a.m. : Sunday School 10 a.m. ,iivr
Bayard; and Mrs. Geraldine << of Starke.HOMECOMING, Worship at 11. Training
Worship 11 Youth Ser- 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.
; Reverend
of the a.m.
leadership Preaching. U a.m.Training UnIon >
Knight,Brooker;two sla: Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH
vice 6 Midweek Service Wednesday
tars, Mrs Vera Durst andMr; ;' Thomas Glenn Mitchell who Is 7:30.: () Wednesday Prayer 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 Rev. John Strickland, 5:45: p.m. Evening Worship, BROOKER FLA.'u.
Rev. Milliard : pjn.
United L.
St. Paul's !- p.m. Tommy -
Viola Daniels both of Jackson*: SET now Methodist Meeting 7:30Rev. LeonT. Pastor. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. Rev. Jim: Templepa.torSunA: ;;
Church In Mel- pastor.
vile; 36 grandchildren aod4: AT BEULAH BAPTIST Odom, Jr., pastor. -Wilbur Dyess, Pastor day School 10 a.m.Ron Bristol, )* '

great-grandchildren. Johnson- : _' Homecoming will be observed bourne. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF GOD Superintendent. Training Union *-J:
Hayes Funeral Home of Gainesville '.at the Beulah Baptist Church AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Ralford Road A Weldon St, Highway 100 at Theressa) BROOKER 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas DIrector **..
was in charge of arrnn4lr_ of BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning School 10 a.m. OF PROPHECY Worship Services 11 a. .,
., ;on Highway 2L east Kings- HAMPTON (10 a.m. MornIng Sunday Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng ')(
ments. ley Lake, on Sunday. Nov. 14., CHURCH 7ppm am.j. Evening Worship 11. Sunday Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Young Peo- m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser- .j.j;
with Rev. Johnny Strickland of Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morning Worship. Wednesday 7 p.m. Thursday night, 7:30.: Training Union 6:30: p.m. ple's Service 6 p.m. Evangelistic vice, 7:30. Lavern Outlaw music j'il i
Services Held :>:< .Palatka as guest speaker. Service 11 a.m.; Bible Study 7 Prayer Meeting and Bible Study -Charles Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:15 p.m. Service, 7 p.m. Wednesday director. (,:.'
blxtoi ;: Lunch will be served at 1j I 6:30: p.m.; Evening Service 7:30: pjn. Young Peoples Meeteery Wednesday Night Prayer Services Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m.
For W.W.
: >.m. with special singing In p.m. Ing Monday, 7 pjn. EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle Come and worship with us. HEILBRONN BAPTIST -,'::

Of Kinsley Lake; :the afternoon. A special In- Wednesday Prayer and one G.F.welcome.Prevatt, pastor.' Every- Highway 125: Northwest of Packham pastor. -Rev. Bobby Harris,pastor CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N, ;
.;ltatlon is extended to former Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Lawtey. Sunday School 10 ajn. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. :...

Willie Weaver Dixon:72': ;,'& '.:1NIstors. members, and friends. Melvin Hamel, Pastor ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15.: Sunday ST MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE Morning Worship 11. Training -t--

Klngsley Lake died Friday': < ..: CHURCHSTARKE Night Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday CHURCH, STARKE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service
morning, Nov. 5. tie was bpr: -' :: : Father James Cregan, pastor Prayer Meeting 7:30: Cor. Ash & Chestnut Sunday 7:30.: Midweek Prayer ."'P''
Eucharist 1st and 3rd
In Ben Hill County, Ga .'Ton :' ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC p.m. Rev. Albert Knight, Holy School 9:30 Morning Worship Service, 7:30.:
>i'.ST BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday Mass, 7 p.m.Sunday pas 11 : ; 3
CHURCH STARKE Sundays, a.m. Morning -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pas- U
Sept. 29, 1899 and had livedInKlngsley Ser-
Lake since 1943:-,)\ JSTARKE Father Jam**Cregan,pas_. Mass,. 10 a.m. Holy Day Mass, tor. Prayer 2nd, 4th and 5th Sun- vice 11; League, 6 p.m.Rev.4 p.m.. Jasper Night Williams l- tor. :
retired mechanical foreman at Saturday Mass, 7 pun.Sunday LAURA BAPTIST day, H a.m. Church School 9:45: :
the Green Cove Naval Air Sta-. Sunday Sunday School 9:45: ; ...... 10 ajn. Holy Day MaN. Confessions Saturday 6 Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. E.Y.C. 6 p.m. pastor. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST m"*
lion he Morning Worship at 11, sermon 7p.m. pjn. a.m. -John M. Flynn, Rector OF LATTER DAY SAINTS ?
was a member of the
School of Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Clifton W. Religion: "
Evangelist Confession E "
by 1404 Bessent
-- Saturday 9 Road
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.
Ing Worship 7:30 Midweek
School p.m.
6:15 Sunday I II
Surviving Is hla wife, Martha Brannon; Training : ; p.m. Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 BAYLESS HIGHWAY BAPTIST School 9:45: Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30 a.
a.m. to 12 noon. : Sunday : ; :
Evening Worship 7:30: sermon School d Religion -
Sunday School !10 Sacrament
m. am -
K. Dixon of Klngsley Lake. tby Evangelist Clifton W. Bran- Grade School Sunday 11 High School. Wednesday p.m.Be Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship WorshIP 11; Junior and Senior 6 ''
Funeral services were heldat In church Service 11 Church p.m.
Sunday a.m. MYF 6
to 12 7 to 8 p.m.BAYLESs. groups, p.m. I,*
2 p.m. Saturday In the Klng noon. Frank 6:30 Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.Tuesday !
non.Mondav Lunch and Revival Jarvis, pastor. Training, p.m. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal "
High School -- Sunday, 7p.m. Primary 4:30: >'
Lake p.m.
sley Church with the
pastor' Worship 7:30. 7 Prayer Meet-
Service, 12 o'clock noon to 12:50: HIGHWAY p.m. f/::
BAPTIST Wednesday Relief
Rev. Robert West, officia- all are Invited; Prayer Group; Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH ST MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, Ing, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30: p.m. Society :<> '
ting. Interment was in the MACCLENNY 7:30: p.m. 7:45.:
Choir Practice: Andrew Class'! Service 11 Jesse D. Branson Branch > "
ajn. Church 1.
Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -DeWitt T. Farabue, Jr.
church cemetery with DeWitt 7 p.m.; Revival Service, 7:30.: MADISON STREET Training 6:30: p.m. Evening President. -v
C. Jones Funeral Home In' BAPTIST CHURCH Day Mass, 5:30: ...
Lunch and Revival
Tuesday Worship 7:30.: p.m.AFP.'t : .> ::: : :rrr: ::::.: :':,:::,r:: :: ::: ::::: :;Wft::::a:$(;om.W7: % l-
charge. Ak )!'X'r.qtJt.;"Wh-'W":':: ; ; )!: ':h: {'f:::f Fr:';; Gf ::f;;;?fty: <;;;:;;ft:;;::;: asssssaJ. ',
Service 12 o'clock noon-12:50: Sunday School 9:45: : ; Morning Wednesday Prayer Meeting, F :;
Young Musicians Choir 3:30 Worship at 11; Church Training 7:30: p.m. ij '
Services Held: p.m.; G. A. 4:15: : ; Prayer Groups 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: : ; Rev. J.D. Robinson : .

Mess; MIIUTVW viass; Choir: Evening Worship, 7:30.: .,p zit14it; :; :; for good health and for the food Ihal'I ::.
For Mrs. Winters ''Practice, 7 p.m. Revival ser- Monday Youth Choir Practice LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST '* '
.vice 7:30.: Children's Choir, 7 pjn. CHURCH have each day. I am thankful for those near and dear to me Ihall I can love!, :.j.'
Wednesday Lunch and Revival Tuesday Mission Friends Sunday School 10 MornIng i:;'"
Mrs Charlotte. A. Winters a.m. i- i : ;;
Girls In Action Acteens, 3:36p'Wednesday : and love I thankful for the freedom of nation and that ';
90. of Starke died Thursday.' Service 12 o'clock noon; Worship 11 a.m. Evening in turn me! am my .. .:
extended Prayer Group; Choir Practice Worship 7:30: pjn. Wednesday :::0: '
Nov.Illness.4,She following was born an In Beams- Andrew Class; 7 p.m.; Revivalservice Family Night Everyone welcome.Rev. I can worship a> I pleate.! I am thankful' that God loved me! to much, ';',

7:30.Thursday Supper, 6:30; Prayer Meeting, Robert I'\
vine, Ohio on December 16, : Halsten. pastor that he a for salvation I am thankful that he Is a !
Lunch and RevI- 7:30: Adult Choir Practice, way my ..
1880 and Presbyterian.
was a .
,val Service 12 o'clock noon; 8:30.: CHURCH OF GOD ;..
Father. I thankful that I attend Church and worship h'
am .
... .
Surviving is one daughter. Music Makers Choir, 3:30: ; Thursday Visitation 7:30: 422 N. St. ClaIr St.. Starke. .. ::

Mrs. H.G. Bolllnger of Starke; Prayer Group Choir Practice P.m.Denton Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn my lord t ;:) :'
four sons Dr. Donald Winters.; .Andrew Class 7 pm.; Revivalservice Sumrall pastor. ing Worship U a.m. Sunday \ .
Hattiesburg, Miss.; Forest 0. 7:30.Friday : Evening. 7 p.m. Youth" Night( ; ."..;. ,.
Winters Springfield Ohio; Dr. Lunch,and Revival Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer :: :,
J.O. Winters, Oklahoma City. Service V! o'clock noon; Prayer NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Meeting, Friday 7:30: -!

Okla; and Jack, Winters, Mia-, .;- Group; Choir Practice; An- CHURCH intersection -Rev. Y.W.:. Kldd, pastor .'
mi. ; '':drew Class 7 pm.; Revival of HIghwI'-.K1: ".
Service, 7:36.: -- -<. '(NOrtP anv'2231tev.Wells : : I MNGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST /1, ;'1atl ,.J".. -. .. ,'L: .1 nIfcv4 /
Funeral' services were held Saturday Prayer Group; pa.tor.Sunday'School. Sunday School 9:30; Training ;: '. 1: '" ,. r/ 1,1) }' .I. .:.,' 1
at 10 a.m. Saturday Nov. 6, Choir Practice; Andrew Class, 9:45: ; Morning Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning Worship ..'
in Greenville, Ohio. DeWitt C. 7 p.m.; Revival Service 7:30.: Service at 11. Evening Service, U ajn. Evening Worship .:

Jones Funeral Home wan..In: ;X '-W, A. Hogan Pastor 7:30. Wednesday Service.. 7:30: 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: vS : .
of local / :
charge arrangeme {t.t. p.m. Wednesday tilt. /, }{ rr

r. . . . . . . . .,. . . . Pastor Rev. Robert West .. : J#

f M iJA"
Sunday School 9:45 ajn. k9 ..
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth .. "
nrrni Fellowship 8 pjn. Choir Practice
Wednesday 8 .x
p.m. :':'
-Rev. Robert D, Burch ... ;;

.' 'M:!,

Sunday School 10 Morning f .
am. I '
Worship II. Training Union, ,fi \ vt ; '. '
i ..
6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: k :;.
-LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor .:....'..;..
known .Y'J'
internationally .. :::; .
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- r : *
evangelist ing Worship 11 ::
a.m. Evening
,' -
Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer :.'. :.

Meeting 7:30: pun. Wednesday.Rev. .s. .:.:
I. .
J.C. Saunders pastor
REVIVAL SERVICES III....,.."w..........._II.....wwIJI...."......IN..."'....II/III Me 3.N\ 11it. I :.
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ...r.a.d a.....Id.M.a N.......II.lea. an. Ir"'Ioot aa..ylMr.. .wilMl... %. i x 1 )
Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday Itogw.MrYSrlrr.ald./.MwwMwwnrwrgdter.aM/. ii .. t::;. I :: .
School 11 ajn. Morning Worship pnmn*4. .*..tnlipl _.h.N r_ .a.. el.vnrbi''r,.dolo. n.....'.... ... : : -
NOVEMBER 14-21 1971 6 p.m. Training Union ... MlM. ,phi. .* _< ,_ ....... wroth IN fiae("" I I. IN i.a.II "a..dl.i" r ::3 J
-r 7 p.m. Evening Worship. II I ....... mt Mi tan r, llkr .,..Id Mr.. ....-. erne ,.,- _w ....... ad pII' F's. 1::'Ji:: :: '
Wednesday -7:30: Prayer Ser \ *. "Itw" OKmk anew K .Mh .Ik.nwk+* ".lit III. ...., ...,.n "M" a.a-''''I { ;:: I'
FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII vices.Rev. bwe' .lad.i" ,., e.".e td.... "er II..r.....d.r.l... nrd. < QI IN ..:
Bob Cooper, pastor c_.....,. r-: :. ,

Starke. Florida AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH vkJ :: i

Sunday School 9:45: a.m.Mor- ":)'X:S.ti:::rrn'vt:::: ::::;x Y C.4GrSC fiG'P0'vi'i + rY493Sll.+KGti YI J F ..'.+'
ning Worship U a.m. Evening
W.A. Hogan-Pastor Worship 7 pjn. Wednesday '.. I,
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study STARKE "66"SERVICE
7 p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. FLODIDA
G.F. Prevatt pastor. Everyone ".

HEAR 4Gti EST Kill Edwrnlrt I'h. 964-7231 ;:
Clifton W. Brjnnon'wj's born In a South Geor FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH .

gig County the first
family of ten children.: Mu;mother gave him to 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship ., t; Headlight Adjusting ': '
Clod; 10:45: a.m. Evening Service, 7:15
before he wj conceived: in the womb. Before ttslwu
MRS. CLIFT p.m. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday a Brake Service .
he was conceived: : she repeated the prayer of +&
6:30p.: ,
Hannah I Samuel I 1:11: I''' "Bur wilt give unto thy BRANNON'STHRILLING ?y -J.C Brown,, minister Cart Hunt PhoM 4-6111 Wheel l lUlancc nad

handmaiden a man child: then I will give him unto "
the Lord all the days of his| life...." JORDAN MISSIONARY 539 E. Call SI. SUrk. Fla.. Alignment (

C'liU'n. father died: whim'he waaeigntccn: and he: U.S.BAPTIST 301 North MISSION behind Tutee K-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Ition. 964-5745 for FREE AIR. | SERVICE :'.

became: : (lie main mi4parl'o'f.his'widowed mother TESTIMONY .
| Frees Drive In Hlwajr SOI .* 100 ''
Sunday ctlona and EntltnatM AH Minor Repairs
hlldreiC IlirJontmued
and Iii younger : his collegeat School, 10 a.m. Worship Service
night and obtained,an'! He was ad- 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Pray tie 8. TMH U Stark. 617 N. Temple Ave. Stark

milled lo practice: : I"W.0I1h( )young age of twenty Schedule I Of ServicesNovember er Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes ':

Before he had'l..w: :. a year he had been licensed day. ,.

: to preach.: The responsibility, of his mothers 14-21. 1971 Criffls-Leroy, associate Olive, pastor.pastor E.L. BUILDERS BRADFORD

family kept him from fullyanswenngthecall; : STARKE EDWARDSGrocery

However, he found time t lo be' he'supply pastor WHEN MR BRANNON WILL DEDAN BAPTIST CHUWU ABSTRACT CO. '
!: SUPPLIES. Inc.KMtariMC Market
uhurchesvondueta BE WITH US!I BROOKER and .S
of five Baptist: : : : weekly religious
Sunrtv School 10 a.m. Worship -
radio broadcaxl: on u' radio network and preach: Services II ajn. and 7 Ace Hardware. Groceries. Meats FW Better Service For Yov ;

several revival\ each: year of the more than 16 years MONDAY FRIDAY p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Title Problem ;:
he practiced: : law. During thin jtinte he earned: utwentyline -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor Cee>a4ei. Palat 811....... GAS AND OIL :

biographical" KkcUh'in: ; ) "Who's Who in 12 NOON GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH aad ,orlIIIc'G.S s .Jack and Gladys Edward* Abatraeta.

America": : as a lawyer. Lunch Served To All In Attendance Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng U. 8. 101 Soalh Stark Title I In ura.* ;
The blowing' of fW upon hn work us presidentof : Worship 11 ajn. and 7 p. -a.dI Wit' U. flat":
the Baptist Brolhcfhood: 'Convention or Texan m. PHONE M4-I312 II W. Call Ph. Ht.aA1 ?

led him lo surrender. the, wdl! I of Cod lo preach 7:30: P.M. -Rev. John Ross pastor 211. W.......... 81. M4-B279: }

ss an eVln hsl. ,

For 9m period i.'III... throuah, Sept.'SO. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 14 The ineasr* feeUaf* that CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc. ':
1971 Brannoa
conducted 'orer TOO rrdTals.'
There have been some. 50.000 addltlorui NOV. 21 there. to Beta** yea earn rely 0. w. Scnr. !. Twelve i'MsitleHfc. .. Oar Memkera I4r Bdli.r
toSouCIITHROUGH SUNDAY. sea) aay mere Is --..u.tU& .- ... By Teen NertlMaai Ftorida | .T .
eraMaBIPd.t churches whirr these were .... ky were AfcMa Beffa ? .
"., '. '.'- kas t>*4 a .......... .. -- a7.t s ........- 'WI .fW.11

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i I Keystone Hil ices -\I Council C alls H altOn

I Sky Diving
J L Please Call' 473-3288 or 473.4182 !
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WOMAN'S CLUB second look Is being taken the annexation Issue to a vote.
The monthly luncheon and large number of visitors who by the Keystone Heights tames said he had been ap-
card party will be Friday Nov. were maze welcome by Mrs. City Council at sky-diving activities proached by a number of per :
Barry Wyman president.Mrs. .
at noon.Reservations chairman staged at the airportfor sons living outside the city
Is Mrs. Kenneth Marshall Gallop intro- the past two Saturdays.The limits who wanted to be annexed _
473-3035. Liggett. duced Mrs. Harold Ingram who subject came up for discussion by the city in order to 4.
a beautiful devotional on -"'dn ,
gave at Tuesday night's -
benefit from certain services.He .
A different and unusual dinner '
will be served at .the clubon "Prayer". It was a unique way meeting when Airport Chairman said however thattheredldnot
Friday Nov 19 from 5:30to of remembering everyone In Roy Watkins said he had grant- seem to be sufficient Interest Mr*. Charlotte Gregory chairman, and Mrt. Barry Wyman Mrs. J. Miller Wrlnklhowl one-of the* wide selectionof I

7:30: pan. A"Taste Dtnner"-: prayer. 01 ed permission to a sky-dlvlng at this time by oppo- co-chairman of the bazaar are pictured at booth displaying holiday wreaths at the Christmas decorations booth.
this Is an opportunity to sample Mrs. L.C.; Gayle program club from Gainesville to stage nents or proponents, to bring some of the lovely holiday arrangement '.
special dishes of chairman. Introduced: Mrs. Roy parachute jumps at the airport the Issue to a head. lie sug-
our excellent
cooks. Mrs. John Bird- Watkins principal of the Mel- after FAA officials Indicatedto gested delaying the matter with aprry- n

will be chairman, 473-4709. rose School who presented her him that they did not ob the possibility of putting It to rL.__ 1
On November 23 the friend, Mrs. Betty Blanton Assistant ject.A a vote on the Presidential Primary _
luncheon will be Minister of the First different view,. however ballot next spring.
program The American Cancer at Presbyterian Church of Gaines was taken by Homer: atterfield. Council Chairman Everett
Society will present "Latest ville. Her talk on "Christian airport manager whose leaseat Fox was under the Impressionthat
Developments and Cures." Education.! We wish everyone the Keystone Alrportexplres the Council had previouslyvoted !
Mrs. Amy McElrath will be the could have heard this Inspiring February I. Satterfield laid that to put the Question on ''(Nay
message. Mrs. Blanton presented the FAA does not "approve"of the December city election ballot ]-
luncheon chairman. MembersH. her talk so beautifully that sky-dlvlng at municipal airports but when told this action 1
through L of team numbertwo It was easily understood by all and considers It In a was discussed but never actually -
will prepare and serve ages of women present. Her class with drag-racing. voted on he agreed to
luncheon as hostesses graciousness and warm person- Satterfield left the meeting the proposed delay.A r.
ality radiated throughout her abruptly after making this
ST. WILLIAMS'A talk which made this reporterfeel statement, but later voiced the request by Mrs. Bea Cooper I ++ .,
Getting Acqualnte).YCover- that those who heard her opinion that sky-diving "will Clay County Library Board .a
ed 'supper for all families message were Indeed blessed. kill any airport." Other planes member for the Keystone area wit
children Included of St. Wil will not come Into an airport for additional property for a i'

liam's Catholic Church will be HERE N' THERE where sky-divers are operating possible addition to the KH
held again on November 14 at M* and Mrs. Phil K. Satterfield said. "Not one library received a favorable

4p.m. Smartt Jr. who recently movedto plane came Into the airportthe response from the Council. She
The regular Parish Council Keystone from North Carol- last two Saturdays the was told to determine the max-

meeting will be held after the ina, nnounce the birth of a manager said. imum addition that could be
covered dish supper son, Jared Fournier on Oct After discussing the safety obtained and report to the Council -
The Altar Society will meeton ober 19 at Shands Teaching factor the city's liability In at its December meeting Little Patricia Redfearn, two-y ar-old daughter of Mr. Mrs. Roy Turknett and Mrs. Ray Fa"II-did the. honors as
Monday Nov. 15, at 9 p.m. Hospital In Gainesville. Jared case of accident, and the lack when the necessary property and Mrs. Huntley Redfoarn, Jr.t tries her luck at the fish co-chairman of the luncheon committee, I
weighed seven pounds, ten oun- of revenue from the sky-diving would be made available.In pond, new feature of the annual bazaar.
4-H MEETING ces and was 21 Inches long. operation Council agreed that other action the Council:

I Are you Interested In know- no more Jumping would be allowed -Told Mike Redfearn to put Annual Bazaar Brings Christmas In NovemberIt I
Ing more about 4-H1' GIRL SCOUT SPONSORED at the airport until the his request In writing for a
land matter had been thrashed out
with like TURKEY DINNERA requested changei In zoning
being people you
Thanksgiving Turkey dinner with the FAA to be sure that from RIB (residential single was like walking Into San- played handmade aprons, tea fishing1 for "Santa's Surprises bells .hung from the ceiling to
learning about sewing, cooking Sponsored by the Gate- agency had no objections to the unit) to R2 (residential multifamily ta's Workshop when the Wo- towels, unusual pot holders ," which was a new feature add to the. spirit of the oc-
horses dogs, electricity and way Council of Girl Scouts Saturday Jumps. ) for property In Block men of the Community Church and other accessories for the of this year's bazaar and casion.
much more. In 4-H you may will be held on November 20, Watkins said that the skydivers 25, Keystone Heights. held their annual Bazaar In the kitchen. The "Mistletoe Flor provided much fun for the Doors opened at 9 o'clock
,. go to camp make things, and at 6 p.m. until 7:30: at the had wanted permission -Voted an expenditure of$250for educational building last Fri! ist" booth was very colorful youngsters and by 10 o'clock the room was
,1. do things for your community. to use the airport on a regu- renewing Christmas street
Masonic Lodge. The turkeyswill with many cleverly made flower filled with eager shoppers.
"You learn by"doing and have be donated by local mer-' lar weekly basis.In lights In the business district. day.One could not help but get arrangements Christmas The Tea Room was set on Lunch was served at 11:30: and
fun doing It. All boy and chants and the girls of the other matters concerning -Approved $275 for clearingout : the Christmas spirit, wander- decoration and holiday candles. the stage, where tables were the tables were soon filled with
girls between the ages of 9 the airport, Watkins reported covered with pretty cloths and
undergrowth and removingsome '
( local Scout Troops will fur- Ing among the many booths The "Sweet Shoppe" was so hungry shoppers and other
(. and 19 are Invited to bring nish all the trimmings. Tic- receipt of two applications 20 trees along runways all labeled with their respective filled with calories It was unbelievable the walls were festive with townspeople ready to eat. Ser-
,. their parents and learn what kets are $1 each and may be for the "fixed base oper- at the airport. titles. The booth named and the array of handmade decorations. It wasa vice was prompt, and the food
1 4-H Is all about. There will purchased from any Girl Scout, ator" position being vacatedby -Accepted a bid ( the only "Christmas Stitches" was homemade goodies made your most Inviting place to take a was delicious.
be a meeting to Inform you or contact Mrs. Rowe 473- Satterfield who has been at one received) from Edwin D. filled with lovely handmade mouth water Just to walk by. friend and rest while sipping a
about 4-H In Clay County at 4086. odds with the Council over con- Conner for planting 100,000 pine crafts of all kinds from hand- 1 vlstteJriAiMther Man's Tre- cup of tea and nibbling delicious The Community Church Wo-
the Keystone Heights! City Hall struction of the new $50,000 seedling on airport property at asure" booth aW !It didn't look cookies. men wish to thank all of those
on Tuesday Nov. 16, at 7:30: hangar which he terms unsult- $1.50 per thousand. painted pictures to handmade like the usuaj "white elephant" The luncheon tables featured from' out of town who made the
p.m. All Interested youths and Fire HuntingCharges ed for maintenance work or -Decided to employ City; Clerk Jewelry. The "Elves Shelves"were jdUplay It was so neat, color- pretty white dishes and red effort to attend, as well as
) Invited to at- storage of planes. Vlrgie Homer for four hours packed with unusual hand- ful, and well decorated. Christmas berries placed In those from the other churches.
their Jess parents Godbold are County Bring Watkins said applications had per day Instead of the present made toys of all kinds. the center to lend a holiday Their patronage was much appreciated -
( tend. Clay and Ann- been received from Dale M. three hours (effective Novem- Mrs. Santa's Kitchen -dis 'the children had a lot of fun touch. The big red Christmas: f .

{,1 Extension Director will Pleas Burns of Orange Park, and ber 15) due to an Increase In
4-H Coordinator
Prevatt ,
,'. be there, to answer any ques- Richard V. Myers of Lake Geneva the work load at city hall. .tb'.-.."+'r.-..,{,..,...,...,.."..,,...,...,..--:..:....:..:-:.:..:...:.:.:.:.:..:..:.-:..:.-:..;.;.-:,.:..,.:,..;,.>.;,.:rSFir: :: :.::.::?: :.vs: :w.K.-.:.:::-- mm: :: ,.$l$}:m--::<::5.tomr: : : :.:+r.i: :r.G:4rrr:: :: ::::::.r:$::'r:::'rati::::::>:r: n::;:::i&Xf&t&XVMJiHJiylians ::::::::::: : .:: :::::::::::: ::*::>.::::R'C:::: ::,: ::::::::::::::t
lions and Inform you about William C. Loper of Starke -Heard a request by Mayor >: lj::
t and Leamon G. Williamson of Watkins was told to Inter- Starnes for a clarification study
4-H.COMMUNITY CHURCH Keystone Heights pleaded guilty view the two applicants and of the ordinance relating to ::

The General Meeting of the to three counts each In connection report to the Council on their storage of Junk cars on private
Community Church Women was .with a fire,hunting case qualifications property. ,
before Judge Graham Hutchison -- The Council recently con- -Granted a requestbyStarnes
held on Monday evening Nov. 1 1at ::
7:30 at Lake Geneva last Sat- demned the old hangar at the to pay Police Chief Wally Muhl- i1
The: p.m. well atten- urday.A airport and gave Satterfield 30 hofer $67.50 per week extra
meeting was
ded by the members and a pre-sentence Investigation days (which will expire Fri- for two weeks vacation time 37 0 Interlachen
was ordered and November 20 day) to get all stored planesout which he did not take because, By
was set as the date for sen- of It, as well as remov- Starnes said, he was neededon
tencing. ing his equipment. the Job.Heard ,
S.E. MCKAY Charges against the two men a report that all street
were: attempting to take deerat ANNEXATION DELAYEDAt lights in the city were out With visions of a DistrictIV any Injuries. raising the score to 23-0. Todd -, Yds Rushing 83 239
REALTOR night with light and gun; the request of Mayor Ray "several nights last week" and 2A championship dancingIn Interlachen opened their fro- Icing to the cake the Rams.' Yds Passing 45 159
possession of gun In wildlife Starnes, the Council postponeduntil agreed to Investigate the coat their heads, the Interlachen lics with Willie Baker scoring ASS from Strickland to White PC-P/\PI-.9.18-4 9-17-1
Keystone Hts. 473.4816 management area during closed after the first of the year of Installing mercury vapor Rams romped over Keystone from 14 yards out with Gary wasted no time In coming back Fumblei Lpet3::: 3
season; and attempting to take any progress toward bringing lamps. Friday night 370. Grumbaugh adding the extra for another I'D.' This time on Yds Ppn'L :> 95 95
HOMES-ACREAGES deer out of season. The Rams boosted their record point. Shortly afterwards In- a 7 yard toss from Stricklandto
RENTALS to 8-0 and streaked fur- terlachen scored again with White, giving the Rams an Scoic'by Quarters:
r. Post 202 Plans ther out In front of district Brumbaugh kicking a 37-yard overwhelming 30-0 halftime ad-' KH 0000-0

We would hate to tee the Shoots contender Crescent City; field goal giving the Rams a vantage. Interlae. 10 20 0 7 37
Mr. Ilgin 473-4740 giant Komodo Dragon of In- INDIAN BEACHLake Turkey The bewildered Indians paved 10-0 first quarter lead. The only score of the second
Col.. J.J.Robinson Ch...ington 4 47S-I041 734679L. donesia become extinct, but For Thanksgiving the way for the easy Ram victory Quarterback Jimmy Strick- half came when Aaron Davis 1- Baker_ 14 run (Brumbaughkick
Paich.l C.rr 473-4058 it's hard to say how many fumbling the first three land tossed 16-yarder to Baker scored from Syardsout.Brum- ) t:. -T XI
i would be the ideal number to ( Santa Fe) The regular meeting of Key- times they had possession of for the first score In the baugh added the extra point, Bruinbaifih 37 FG
_ /have around. By: Michael H. CllUy stone-Melrose Post 202 was the ball. After such a beginning second quarter, but this time making the final score 370. I- Davis -39 pass from White
- Phone 475-112 held at the post home Thursday It was an uphill climb Brumbaugh's kick failed. Halfback This week the Indians are (Brumbaugh kick)

Greetings, Friends and neighbors Nov. 4, with 1st Vice Commander all the way In a losing battle.In Dorsey White dropped a on the road traveling to Mayo. I- White 7 pass from Strick-
from your Rolling-Repor Gordon Baker presid the words of Head Coach 39-yard bomb In the hands of land Hrumbaugh kick)
ter. I don't know about you ing. Roy Bayless, about the only Aaron White for the third TD STATISTICS
folks but this ole feller's sure The American Legion School good thing about this game, was of the night with Brumbaugh KH Interlachen I- Davis: 6 run (Brumbaughkick
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home glad to have some cool weather Awards program will again be the fact that we didn't haveNews again adding a true kick and First Downs 10 12 ) .:

again. One day last week, Instituted In the local school

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STARKE the air conditioner or a fan ChaIrman of the Oratorical Services Held'| i ChurrhKrKloiif

for the first time in many Contest, James Drew, announced For Calvin Hall /Jleiphls
PHONE 961.6200KEYSTONE many moons. Don' t get me that the Area Contest ti r NotesBy l :

wrong now, I'm no Eskimo will be held at the National At t Keystone Ill...; Revr'Lawrenift' C.rrollplls-
I don't like freezing weather ,"
and Guard Armory In Starke this Helen Egan tor. *-: "."
HEIGHTSPHONE but I do enjoy cool weather year, with the exact date to be Calvin Hall, 60, of Lake Gen- Sunday;Sthool.' 9:45; Morning
Especially after It's beenas announced later. ST. WILLIAMS p.m. (the date is one week eva, died Friday Nov. 5, In a Worship-"Hi: 47.1-1176: : hot as It has for so long. Irving Tyre the Building Mrs. Ralph Naples president earlier! due to Thanksgiving) Starke hospital after an exten- 6:30: Evening"; Worship, 7:30.
Wednesday we were visitedby Chairman Is In the processof of the Altar Society, Jesse Godbold, who Is the new ded Illness. Born on Feb. 11, Monday-: ; .Youth! Choir, 7 p.m.
I Mrs. OuIda Quick of Starke incorporating the Post as announces the second Covered Extension Agent and Directorof 1911; he was the son of the late Youth:.Meeting at 8.

W!.fiir:::i:$:::$>>:r/r:::::v:$::Jr'r ::iriri:: : :::::>.:{:::::SJ: .rii7rfrSdffr::: $CIr'J'i:: +w Cs'Rf and her mother-in-law. a first step to be In positionto Dish Supper for membersand Clay County will speak on Madison and Lydia Wilkes Hall Tues ar -. Qhurchwlde! Vlsl-
I Friday, my grandparents.Hubert purchase the building their families of St. Williams how, what, where, and when to was a retired carpenter and a tationv-: ".
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and Palma Chitty Starke, A donation of $25 was approved Catholic Church on Nov- plant. Mrs. Miller Wrinkle, Baptist. Wednesday -Fellowship Sup
i I came out and spent the evening for the Gateway Council ember 14, at 4 p.m. The Altar president of. the Club feels Surviving Is his wife, Doris per, 6:30: ; Auxiliaries, 6:15: ;
with us. Robert Kite visited us of Girl Scouts to be used Society will meet at 9 a.m. on everyone is asking these ques- Brown Hall, of Lake Geneva, Prayer Meeting, 8 Adult Choir
I If awhile Saturday morning. Ma- locally in their program. November 15 at the Church. tions, and this opportunity Is two daughters. Mrs. Marian Rehearsal, 8.45.: ;
ma took Granny Copeland to Jack Packard was appointed NOW Thompson of Gainesville, and

f Gainesville, where she visited chairman of a committeeto EASTERN STAR Miss Darlene Hall, Lake Gen- Six of our young boys who received -
t' i her daughter Teenle Crenshaw try and put an American On November IS, Keystone MELROSE WOMAN'S CLUB eva; five sons, James and Lamar their Crusader pins and
[ and family Saturday afternoon. Legion Baseball team on the Chapter OES, will observe Its Mrs. Albert Bachmann of Hall, both of Gainesville; :Membership cards this past
Keystone President of the Mel- Hall of Lake
Then another daughter Clara field this year. This programis 12th birthday annlversay. Special Wayne and Boyd Wednesday evening were recognized -
f Sullivan picked her up and car- for 14-18 year olds, and program is being arranged rose Club announces the November Geneva; and Leon Hall, :Manteca In Sunday morning ser-
ried her home with her toWlliiston. competes In the NortheasternArea by Worthy Matron Mattie 17 luncheon Meeting at Calif; three brothers, Hen vices.
where she went to of F1orfda.Improvements. Lee KIngsbury and Worthy 12 noon will be hosted by Mrs. F., Clyde and William II. Hall, They are Jay Marshall, Steve
>- II see her greatgranddaughter are being approved Patron Floyd Koons, to spec- Paltry" Boyd, Mrs. James Neale all of Starke; four sisters, Mrs. Wheeler, David Plckren Brian
I Lisa Stegall participate In for the post home for ially honor the out-of-town Mrs. Walter Grollck Mrs. Gla- Florence Johns and Mrs. De- Gassett, David Johnson and
:{:S the Queen Contest. Aunt Clara the comfort of the membersand members. dys Wilson and Mrs. Roy Brid laney Fisher, both of Starke; James Johnson.- These boys
brought Granny home Sunday It Is hoped to soon have On November 18, 1959 the ges. Mrs. Minnie Harris Waldo; and along with several others, enJoyed -
I afternoon and spent the night the four members necessaryto first Chapter meeting was held Following the luncheon the Mrs. Ida Parrish. Earleton. a hike Sunday afternoonat
with us.Roy make 100% In membership.A In the partially completed Mel- guest speaker) will be Mark Also surviving are 13 grandchildren Gold Head State Park with

Griffin of Griffin's Lodge Turkey Shoot will be held rose Masonic Temple In Keystone Damen, who Is Director of their leader, Dave Handley, assisted -
by the Post on November Oat Ma- WUFT (Public T.V. Station 5 Funeral services were held
r told me that he and Pop Cros The first Worthy by Gene Wheeler
NI by caught 6 bass two locations-- one at the tron was Mrs. Beatrice Schro- at Gainesville). Hostesses forth at 3 p.m. Sunday In Hope Baptist
I FIND OUT WHY MORE AND MORE i and 7 more on Friday post home on Highway 21, and eder now living In Hobe Sound, business meeting of Nov- Church, Theressa, with
Ford's ember 3 Rev Merle Packham and Rev. Our pastor left Monday mornIng -
Mr. and Mrs. Frasier one at Melrose next to and Worthy Patron Ralph Crawford were Mrs. Phil Kro-
f FAMILIES ARE SAVING HERE : the weekend with her spent Grocery, starting at 12 noon. now living In Ponte Ve- mer, Mrs. Steve Saschoff Mrs. Leamon Ward officiating. Interment for Tampa to attend the
AU hunters In the area are Robert Clare and Mrs. Ray was In the church Florida Baptist Convention held
Mr and
1 dra Beach.
Daryl Barrow with DeWitt C.'Jones this week. In his absence this
Invited to participate. Becker. cemetery
I II will also
Mark Reddish of Starke spent A Memorial
I Our saving account offer/ the ideal way to save Friday and Saturday night with The Executive Board will be observed for the departed Funeral Home of Keystone Wednesday evening Mr. and
funds family need fund to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. meet on November 18 and all members who have gone to HOMEMAKERS CLUBNovember Heights in charge. Mrs. Adolph Bonney had chargeof
the reserve every Interested members are Invitedto 17 at 10 a.m. this the program and shared with
D.W. Carpenter. their rewards.
assure the children's education to buy a home, Jim attend. club which formerly met In Kev. 11 us filmstrips and pictures takenon
build Consider saving account her and Kitty Day and son stone Gadara 71 their recent trip to the
I to security. Nell spent the weekend In Orlando. GARDEN CLUB now meets at the Holy
plus regular savingas an important pan of Novem ber 13 the membersof Baptist Church on Route 315 Land, and their thrilling experience
your /amity's' financial future Mrs. Vera Swearingen and $ the Garden Club will holda at Smith Lake The reason for of walking where our
Mr. and Mrs Maxie Mathls Fall Sale of dried arrangements this change of location Is that Lord Jesus walked.
visited their dish wellas It is convenient to many new
mother, Mrs. No- gardens as
ra Mathls In Jasper last ihru a Bake Sale from 9 to S and older members who live We are very pleased to have
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Post around Spring and White Sand the following new members In
Saturday.Mr. r p.m. Next to Keystone
our church Miss Jan
Lakes ; Neylans
Mrs. Mildred
the Paytonwas
and Mrs, J.M. Larlmor r Office. :
Keystone Heights, F of note- elected President for Larry and Cutton Strick-
FrD.I.C.} Jacksonville visited Mr. and November 18th please 1972 land Letter...
Mrs. D.W. Carpenter Sunday. tailed as public Is Invited to attend and after she takes office InCan't. Statement;
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly News was very scarce) this .t, tie monthly meeting of the Garden think I've had enough and -Mrs-Joy. Strickland and

Community." J week, so Good-bye and God Ads Club, which will be held now I'll remember my address Mrs. Connie of Faith Horde and by Profession -
( ) Baptism
;tit; 1 on next page !" .
bless you. at the Municipal Bldg. at 1. .

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Ne.ct And ,:Activities From 7-2-1. Goodman's 7-3. Build-
ers 9-5, Conner Ins. 0-9-1.


3:45.: I
5 p.m., Builders vs Conner.
(Fionl PI. lOE)


The CONNER INS. 13 < NOV. 4- ANDREWS DRUGS 12 CLASSIFIED AD RATES AVON CALLING FOR SALE- Oil Heater with FOR RENT12 wide, 2 bed- If you are Interested In considering -
league's highest scor- STARKE BUILDERS 12 Kentucky Fried Chicken had tank also Portable TV, -_
CHRISTMAS IS A TIME OF ; room trailer outside city; limits selling all or partof
Ing team with 152 point In GOODMAN'S 6 little trouble In recording their Mlnlmara Charge ..'. ..1.7$ 401 N. Cherry. Itp. J.B. White, 964-6114, if the farm or acreage you own
nine Starke. JOY AND BILLS ,
On Tueeday Nov. 2, Good eighth win of the season as they IS wends -
(Cevers ) call 9648799. or control we would like to
defeated Conner ins today. 2In $- man's regained first place In downed Andrews, Drugs 19-12, Accentuate the Joys, eliminate CASH FOR PECANSBuying no answer discuss with
*\ Bantam League play. Bantam League standings but Nov. 1 I. In Small Fry football Each ward ever IS-7e the bills by becoming an AVON dally. J.R. Wainwright Farm you.

In the second half Goodman'splayed Thursday. Nov. 4, fell back to play. lee Extra Charge If not Representative In your neigh- Supply Store, behind Tastee We have prospective buyers
second place as they allowedthe KFC took a 6-0 lead when I borhood. Call now: 372-0421 or Freez on 301 North, Starke
excellent defense ) paid la advanceCLASSIFIED Interested In 10 to over 100
stopping -
write Avon P.O. Drawer D.
league's third place team. Eddie I
Dyal scored 11/18.
several Koch drives They from 30 2tchg. ISGHOMES acre farms or ranches In
Lake Geneva
also were able to;move.the Starke Builders, to upset them yards out early In the game DISPLAY 32660. Bradford County.STOCKTON ; .
ball offense 12-8. and then skirted the end for |I.M Per Inch HELP WANTED: Full or part
adequately enough on
to two Builders and Goodman's have the extra point"Andrews LAWTEY 2 room unfurnished time at egg farm. $1.00 per WHATLEY,
the board.put Goodman's touchdowN tied! now met four times this season scored on a two yard Memorials ae-ol.IJ. apts. $60 mo. plus elec. Apply hour. Rainbow Farms, Crime DAVIN

on the at 12-12 when and they have each won pass. Chub Johnson to Steve Proclamations, etc7e word Bel Air Motel, Rt. 301, Law Loop. Itp. Realtors
game two' and lost two against each Crlffls, but failed to convertthe tey. Phone 782-3429. Itp. 100 West Bay Street
found Mike Cole for
a' other,i,Starke Builders played point after and trailed 7- CARDS OF THANKS AYAIUBLIPOIYOUR Jacksonville, Fla.
touchdown pass, the play covering what was probably their best It words or less .. ......1."
50 yards. White and Cole 8.A FOR SALE 2 bedroom, concrete -
game of the season In edging few minutes before the Baeh word ever IS-7e WAITRESS WANTED: Apply In : LOTS3,500 REX K. SMITH
then connected for the final block house near shop
tough red clad Goodman's.Goodman's half time person Longhorn Restaurant Associate
Dyal put six more
I i I
and winning six pointer :.ttits ping center. Low down pay-
received the openlng 4 tp. 11/18. '
points on the board via a 20 Representative
one good for 40 yarde.and tiis ment terms. Call Bu-
__ easy
kickoff and after four 964-7679
'. yard run and at half time KFC Phone
-. *.
*. -" Mitchell 964-6760
game. <' ford phone ,
These two teams have 'on t plays had failed to gain a first led 13-6. RSrATE MOBILFr.ainwr) FOR SALE- Wood Cook Stove. P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg.
down and Builders took over in
Early the second half Dyal A-1
last meeting .chHu1, d'lor on their own 30 yard line and scored his third touchdown of movtnyln.Flaa: Call,"964-5605.. Condition Phone 964-6467. FOR SALE- Bedroom Homeon
Thursday. Nov. II. This game initiated drive that put six the II .. ttclg} Itp. 2 1/2 acres land. Have well
a game and his team led 19-
will be the final
of the
game points on the board. The play- 8. 1600 SO. FT. stocked fish pond. Pecan and
season and If !Koch's and Good FOR SALE-1968 Mustang Fast- $7200
Prevatt fruit trees. 12.500 -
off came when Jimmy Andrews put another Building LotsAvailable
man's can manage to not lose hit'. Dean Brown with a pass the board Just before the one on WATSON'SHOUe&OFVACUUtd5' back, 390 engine; 4 speed trans. OF down. Monthly payment 60.63.
the two games scheduled In game Excellent condition. Black with Real Estate
The Call Bill Powell
that covered 40 yards ended when H. L. Johnson
between Nov. 11.That final
game white Interior. $1,995.964- Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.
rest of the first half was a scored
on a pass, but it wasa
brands of
will be the championship-, Many new vacuum. 8252. 4tp. 12/2
should be a dilly defensive struggle and as the little too late and KFC hada $'3 .M ap.'V.ecfr machines from Need a lot for your dream
half concluded Builders was on 19-12 win.FIRST $10. Expert Repairs all makes. home? We've got 'em! All FOR RENTOne bedroom fur-

Conner Ins. played a good: top 60. FEDERAL 13 Pam and Accessories for,.all FOR SALE- 1967 V.W. 4 speed utilities available. Financing nished apartment $85 per. mo.
2 especially In the.: Early In the second half Jim- COMM. BANK 13 also available. If Interested Bradford Village Apts. Just
game Nov. vacuums,: Bum la Central vactunn' trans. Good condition $795. you're -
hit Dean Brown witha north of Bradford High School.
the league's my Prevatt First Federal and Community call .Starke

first half holding :, cleaning us.
systems.'vu:! IM.
Phone 964-8252. 4 tp. 12/2. SLADE
third place team to"a-6-6 tie.:, pass that covered 40 yards. Bank provided the spectators Main Gainesville 976-7110 First Inc., 964-5000 at First Call Vic Frees 964-5286. 8 tp.
As a matter of fact Conner The rest of the first half was with a fine Small Fry Federal 12/23.
led Builders 6-0 when Jay God a defensive struggle and as game with both teams endingup FOR SALE: 1970 GTO Judge;
win passed to Bill Lnnday.for: the half concluded Builders was with 13 points. 386 IIP. Ram Air, Posl Traction HOME ENGLISH TEACHER from
on top 60.Early'in. First Federal needed the win .INBUKANCKAT Automatic, $2,895, Call 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South Rochester, N.Y., Master's Degrees -
the second half 1m- to take In contention for the KKDtTCgD UTa 468-1707. 641 ft. on Hwy.; 8500.00 Cash ; 7 years experience,
a 20 yard touchdown pass play.
Builders tied It up before the, my-Frevatt rolled out to pass, league championship, but Community AUTO. WB. ROATDOYLRa. Call Bill Powell, Brokr -. 964- SERVICES grades 7 through 12; seeks
I found fits receivers coveredso 6464 or 964-6810 teaching position Feb. I 1972.
half on a 50 yard bomb, Jim ; Bank needed a tie or .CONNK CARL BEGGS ,
Prevatt to Dean Brown The .Jim hit the sidelines and a win to move out of a tie tNIURANCC. AGON?* Phone
sped"50 yards for the touch- for the cellar. lake Gulf Service BUILDING LOTS on SR. 16.
same combination; Prevatt to
12-0 lead for Bull. Building Lots on SR.230.Building Information
down-and a First Federal scored first
Brown, clicked again for 50 USED PARTS O.C. Carries Nursery
Lots SR. 100. Call Bill
ders./ iGoodmans on Jacksonville
and last, but In between their
yards and a 12-6 lead for Built
dens 'i* got back In the two touchdowns and extra Top[. Prices for Wrecked Cars Powell, Broker, 964-6464 or CoDed Thousands of Plants

The score moved to 19-6 when game when Larry White passed points Community; Bank scored A. Hole la I- Your' Roof S4 hoer Wrecker Service 9646810. -4 Fruit Trees. Shade Trees,
Prevatt beck to that to Scott Salazar for a touchdown two touchdowns and an extra OrA' Camellias
pass- saw Fuel Oil Evergreens, ,
-that covered 35 yards and
pla point. First Federal took a 6-
Ms receivers were covered and '
trimmed Builders lead to six Vied Car LISTINGS:: NEEDED ON 'Azaleas. Roses
0 lead as David Patrick scored -
raced 30 yards for la touchdown -' WHOLE:
and Brown passed to points 12.6.However from 10 yards out and Barry ..t, Hwy. 101 N. ".Id. Homes, Acreage, Farms, Tim =- ___ Mart In cane plant AnytimeLANDSCAPING
Gaines for the extra poinUBill Goodman's only had Thomas added the conversion NEW ....1... ber and limber Lands, Lake
the ball once after that scoreas for a 7-0 lead. property.; A.J. Thomas, Realtor
Lundy took a pass from Jay.; tS Ml. S.E. of Stark. Hwy. 100
Builders played ball con- Eddie Jackson ROOFJ --- Tel. 964-5701. SEWINGMACHINE
Godwin, good for 30 yards and made the score Flonhome 65M18J
trol and ate up the clock for 7-6 when he scored for the
a touchdown. Lundy's
conversion :
left Conner trailing 1319. the big: win. Bank team on a run of 15 & J Roofing Co. WANTEDLady or couple to ....... ..
In nd for
live care elderly -
The loss quite a disappointment ....
was ::..
In the closing seconds of the yards but the conversion attempt : ::::::.
game David Galnes took a pan '\ to Goodman's with a was not good.and the Phone 9618778Hlway couple. Room, board and salary ::.::::-.=. J The Glass Shop
Phone 468-1707. tp. 11/11 Sales and Service
from Prevatt, good for 35 yards win they' would have stayed 1/2 Bank trailed at half time 7- 301 South f LJ enrir: :'
and the final score to'make It game in first place. e OHN ;O ILl: HOMrl! 'NC., PFAFF NECCIII Glass
Now they are 1/2 game behind 6.In FOR RENTFurnished & unfurnished HomeUniversal
25-13. The win was the fourth the second half Eddie Jackson t' .
Koch's Drugs and regard apartments In town,
for Builders. They have lost, put Community; Bank on top For
DISCING and Garden Work done.
five less of how these two do In of the game as he scored 7 also house In country. W.II. M. "7\

their .next ball game, the winner points, a 30 yard touchdownrun Small and large 11/11 areas Call Nollman. tfchg $49:50: up AH CARS and TRUCKS ,

of.I'the Nov. 11 contest between' and a successful conversion 964.50154tp FOR SAU3House and 1 acre- Parts & Repairs on Installed While-U-Walt i

CANNON & SONS Koch's: and Goodman'swill for a 13-6 Bank lead. 1 mile N. of City limits. First all other Make Ma- Custom Vinyl Auto Tope I
claim the championship. With time running out First TRADE Would like to Trade graded road right past Hlway chines.NATIONAL.

LP GAS CO.Lowt.y Federal went on a drive that Vox Amplifier and Gibson Electric ter- Brown Patrol Station. 8th house on 1017 N. Main GMH
KOCH'S 20CONKER Bill Goodge climaxed with the Guitar for Bass Guitar right. Inquire 6th house In eve-
Flo 0 typing six points on a 20 yard and Amplifier. Call 9647337. nings. 2tp. 11/11
.., I Koch's: recorded victory num- run. First Federal then could ill" >yr 7Univ.: Av..

: ber seven easily downing Con- have won the game with the Gainesville, Florida
'DEARBORNGAS ner Ins 20-0.1n Bantam play extra' point", but Eddie Jackson DANNY'SPHOTOGRAPHY 378-1355 MARJCARTER
I Koch's scored once In the
: knocked
away an attempted Volkswagen
HEATER first half when Jackson Pre- pass and the game endedIn
.. vatt passed to Greg Watklns and a tie. SPORTS New A Used tf1)
Prevatt added the extra point STANDINGSKFC 8-1-0, Sales Service
100% ,,NI"I V1.,." for a 7-0 half time lead. First Fed. 5-3-1, Comm. Bank MOORE BOAT FOR COMMERCIAL 114 N. Walnut 1\ PUMPSNEW

SAFETY vatt In r the Watkins second half combination the Pre 2-6-1, Andrews 2-7-0. YOUR MONEY 1 ML North of Tire MallGAINEBYILLE Starke 964-8188. AND USED PAINTS

PILOT clicked again for a 13-0 lead. SCHEDULESpecial Came,
i The final score came on a Pre- Mon. Nov. 15, 3:45: p.m. Starke Ph. 964.6791 SALES

$88.50 vatt j to Carl Hamm( pass for a Complete Outboard AStern PARTS SAME
19-0 lead and the 20th point
scored by Rex Sterner.REWARD NewsNotes Drive Service and 8 TRACK T\PEDe, repaired For Sale By Owner SERVICE
Heats 5 Room House was
Repair. Complete Fiber- and cleaned at Dahmers Discount Deep and Shallow Wells PRICE
782-3668 HolI' class Repair. Custom fast service tfchg 20 acres on SR 100 4 Mile Water Softeners and
South of Stark. Frame
.... built Fiberglass Fishing Haute with new roof. 1400ft. : FiltersPlumbing

Boat*.. INTERESTED IN UVINC) Graded. on Hiwoy Road.- 833 ft. on : :Supplies AS

(From preceding page) WATER FRONT LOTS OR SELLING ONLY $13,950 : EXPERT SERVICE ON Jacksonville


To anyone furnishing jnformation leading to conviction January, the matter of changeof On Crosby FOR Lake SALE and Crosby REAL ESTATE 29% dn.-balance $86.79 mo PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 102 E. BROWNLEE

removing from name will be disuc seed. Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet
of person or persons our, pre- The CONTACT Call Bill Powell 964-6810
Sewing Classes
meet at wide, 8 feet deep) Located on t
mises1 John Deere 350 Dozler/This: Dozier was the same place (for members
i State Road 100, 3 miles West After 5 P.M. PUMP &: SUPPLY CO.
loaded to vehicle fromour: premises sometime be- only before), each Wednesday, except of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vacation GEORGE ROBERTS Taking: applications tot

.and a.m. day Thanksgiving, at 11 cottage, mobile home or REAL ESTATE
Saturday( Monday
tween 5
p.m. a.m. Investment. SAVE WE REPAIR _and sell 'nearly.every FHA 235
Prices start at$1.295.00, $200 PHONE 964-7026 Those Long Distance needle made for any
MELROSE HOMEMAKERSCLUB down and 35.00 month for 34nnnfis brand stereo regardless ofage. .
LONGCHAMP HOMESPHONIw964.6853 421 W. MADISON ST. Priori Call New Brick 3 and 4
"' (8 1/2 % simple Interest Also the long play records at
: ;>' Cancelled Its previous announced ). .. W* now hand!. air line $1 l off regular price at Dah- Bedroom Homes

.....-.. ..' November 18 meeting Call 964-7701 8 a.m. to 9 SALE AT OLIN'S MOilLEHOVtE'i tickets, cruises, and tours. mer's Discount. tfchg Can for Details
11 will be combined with the
December 2 meeting and work- p.m.' .kday..___ tf All 1972 models. $1-! W* offer a special package Low Down Payment
000 saved if $10,000 earned. 7DtE 7 blbdlSfdd44ua ;v
shop In preparation for the FOR Golf and- Moderate MonthlyPayments
LOTS SALE Starke Olin will save you $500 to $1- Tour, of New
Club Bazaar on December
& Country Club, ready for
at the Club House. Membersare 009(), more In some cases. Let Disney World

Housing Is:Our, Business l urged to plan to make building Lots area'on or approximately for investment.1/2 me 9545606.provelUSH-lODWgj tfchc.REFINBniNG! :. Phone" Call 964.7449 LONG CHAMP HOMES
articles either
at home
or Ina acre and larger. Paved roads l'tIaIIeWJ
group. The December meet- only 3 minutes from town. TOWN FINANCE CO. 191.South Start
.- Ing will be all day with members 964-7701 8 a.m. to 5 P.m.
Call P.O. Box 226 M. TempleWTEN 'J'JI''
bringing a sandwich. tfchg
made to your ..--

PERSONALS Louis and Dell Kyle enjoyeda FOR SALE: 1964 Plymouth Fury- r; individual hearing SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned!' ,

pleasant Jet plane trip to their $400.00 Cash Call 964-7337. requirements at no oiled and adjusted In your

new home In Torrence, Calif. additional tost. home, $5.00. Vacumn leanerrepalri
Louie reported that the apart- HOUSE PAINTING: Interior and ALL TYPES also. All work guaranteed. -

ment which their daughter had exterior, hourly or by contract. UPHOLSTERYLBINETWORK Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone
reserved for them was await Free estimates, first class ALL MAKE HEARING 431-1428 ttchg

ing their new furniture, which workmanship guaranteed. Con- : AIDS REPAIRED
tact Lonnle Roberts, 8 a.m. Expert Reproduction: -

4i. had /oc angLttnqaM 6&., to arrived later that week and 4 p.m. weekdays, 4311039. ; 4 AINESVILLE SPOTSbefore your epee on
: q.ah! they were" getting "pretty well Nights and weekends, 431-1768. C. E. JACKSON 'BooTs HEARING your new carpet remove them
This Is different
settled. living 4tp 12/2 SUrke AID CO. with Blue Lustre. Rent
Louie writes, from their 1313 W. .Madison a electric

We Sell The Best. :Modular House In Florida Let former It was large cool Apparently when FOR convenient RENT: 3 location.bedroom house Adults, SALE 1137 H. W. 23rd Ave ] Builders shampooer& $1.Hardware Devrick,& Sup Inc.,

Us Prove It. ';.i; ., th.!y arrived, but was warming, only. Phone 964-7106. Itp Reduce safe and fast with Go- ilnesvllle. Florida plies Starke, Fla. It.
We Also Stock-Trie Largest Inventory" of 24 Wide up "and Is much more pleasant Bese Tabllts & E-Vap "water $10] And Up Phone 376.0095

". FOR SALE- Nurse cows.Pete pills" Andrews Pharmacy. 6tp
Mobile Homes In The Southeast. Correspondence: with Mrs. Smith, Lawtey. Itp. 11/23 FOR SALE Beagle hounds -1

18 Different Finance PlansUp; To 33 Years on Freeman Kyle of Orlando female, $50.00, 2 puppies, 3
where they stayed for a few LOOKING FOR eligible lady 1/2 months old, female $20,00,
FOR SALEHospital bed,complete -
Modulars And Up'To U Years On Mobile Homes. 4 LEW'SWELDING male $25.00. Rt. 1 Box
days. Friends here In Keystone to live In with elderly lady. with mattress, bed rails. 450.
Finance Plans With NOO-Down ,Payment Including were concerned about Dell Call 964-7267. Mrs Maxine Everest Jennings oversize SHOP Melrose. Phone 475-1429. Itp.

for the hurried departure Starling lip wheel chair. Everest Jennings
V.A. Financing.Just caused some confusion and upsetting alternating pressure pad.Hoyer General Farm Whispering Pint Jrfp- RENT- bedroom house.
Office We Do The Rest. FOR SALEGas 30 !In.chic. Air conditioned, electric heat.
Our range
Come To
for her. She appreciated patient lift 9645390. Itp
301 S. Phone
tel US 11/2
I double baths. Phone
. the many .kindnesses of her Four burner, oven, & Western Store 4967561.
' friends, and the services of a almost new. Also 30 ft. upright LARGE GUITAR Amplifier,can 964.8252UTILITY Lake Butler Itchg.

: few In assisting her In her freezer. Call 964-5051 be had for repair charges only.Dahmer's LAKE BUTLERFOR TRAILERS
new wardrobe, which Mrs. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Other. --1 Discount. 2tchg
St. Johns J :' Mobile Homes Freeman Kyle says U Just 964-6097. Itchg 11/18 CUSTOM BUILT
fine. SALE: 200 Acre Farm, GAS AND ELECTRIC

II Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Bonny FOR SALE- 2-1/2 yr.oldQuar_ FOR SALE Crib and mattressIn 80 A. cleared, bal. In Umber, WELDING BRAZING
Inc. terhorse ally $350. Phone 964- dwellings, barns, tobacco allotment
of Lake Geneva have recently good condition, $30,00.Call SHEET METAL
returned from a vacation tour 5240 after 5 pjn. 2tchg 11/18 473-3056. lip paved road Terms> TRAILER HITCHES FURNITURE\ \
of tarsal and Greece. A pointof A.J. Thomas Realtor Tel.964-
. : GREEN COVE SPRINGS Interest was that !they new FOR SALE- 1963 Ford Station 5701. INSTALLED S Quality Home
25 POINT Ladles Diamond Ring Furnishings
eeeerig with power brakes
to New York where they ward
nori 284-5439 1 IS tour member who st and air conditioning. for half price.-Dahmer's DIscount P Custom Draper.
:r *)
>. t- Vt ",.the former friends when Above average condition. Luggage House. 2tchg 11/18 FOR SALE- Siamese kittens. Carpeting ,

they lived in Ana Arbor, Mich. rack and trailer hitch. $5. 3 months old. Susie Bea- ir me OONT'. BAVB eg S Interior by Victor,

964-5390. lip ver, 313 N. Broadway. Starke well. st II .M' ..... crass 1800 Park Ave\"'!Orange Far.

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