Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 18, 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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Downtown I I II Step Toward UpheldAny

BeUer RoadsAiming hope that

ImprovementsApparently Bradford County

would receive early

to improve graded roads in payment of delayed

assured the City of Starke Bradford, the County Commission has timber tax monies

will cooperate In ways that cost little purchased a fourth road grader to be from Container Cor-

money, the Merchant's Improvement Com- delivered next week. poration were dashed

mittee Is eyeing long range goals to keep Wednesday when the
downtown Starke flourishing. The new grader a Caterpillar tested In Columbia County firm's' attorney said
Model 120, was purchasedfrom :
Ring Power Corp.of Jack- (Con't. on page 4)) he plans to appeal

Eleven persona attended a things they should begin to put sonville at a bid price of$30- last week's decisionin
committee Thursday In the Hol- aside some funds for Call 736. Under a new total cost r"r favor of Bradford
iday Inn. They agreed once again bidding program which guaran- r It
that what Starke ultimately (Con't. on page 4)) tees $11,000 trade-in and max- M County.
needs !Is plenty of off street imum cost of$3,000 In repairs
a face within five or 5,000 hours .
parking and perhaps, years
Edward J. McCarthy Jacksonville
lifting for the downtown If It of operation,. the machine should -
can be done Inexpensively.Next ChangesDropped cost the county at most $22- attorney reorcscnrinc
736 if the county maintains Container Corp. in the long-
meeting of the improve- the machine according to Ring pending timberland tax assessments -
ment committee will be In Jan- Power's standards suits., announced: he
Meanwnue cnamoer of :-'A._ will appeal suits for tile years
uary.Commerce Executive John My- : Eyeing a gradual improve- 1968-69-70-71 for which Con-
has volunteered to contactthe ment of the county's 387 milesof tainer Is withholding nearly
ers School of Architecture at graded roads Commissioner $100,000 in ad valorem taxes. \

of Florida about Against iT George Roberts, who is In Circuit Judge John A. II. Mur-
drawing charge of overseeing the road .
plans for the town's "" :\: '.' phr last week granted! a sum-
It would be, .. k department says he will at-
face I lifting. '
"' ij Judgement In Container'suill
Myer. put it to the committee Driver 'lP\..,..: '; .: tempt to get the road crew 'or the four years InqUI
"a plan to clean up Call Street .,;...... on a program to grade roads H x The ruling: upheld Tax
ae they need It.
: without a large expenditure of As I "r Gene Long's tax as-
money." The county dropped charges The road crew has contin- seMMs! on Container's pro-

If the committee cangetplans against Donald Ray Hartley ually stayed behind in its grad- po uf Bradford County, and
on a drawing board to see, It for lack of evidence Tuesday (4.. ing program, Roberts says,because re <" the timber firms'
would be In a better positionto In the opening day of County -T of a lack of sufficient cl. 'ttiat the assessments
determine In what direction Court with Judge Theron Yawn equipment and untimely wet Foster Shi Smith wi rcgcrimlnatory., arbitraarossly -
weather. The best the county r\ excessive
It wants to go, Myers added.A presiding has been able to do in recent
Hartley had been charged with '!'.'': years is to work where the I ThclOtJon was brought; by

group from the committee failure to have his vehicle under .....i'J'... roads are worst after a wet Smith NamedTo aT>torn T. t\. Yawn, represen-
also attended a Florida Crown In the suits,
ti, rW fl County
control following a Feb.! 10 period, then go to other roads
Council of Chambers of Com- w'' Y>o awed that conditions ap-
accident In which
a 19yearold if they stay dry long enough.
merce meeting In Whit Springs Hampton youth Earl Stan- District p1. flnno the four last years
+day (Thursday Nov. 18) the ley Jones lost his life. The fourth grader will Increase vi'fre abstantiaJly the same
topic of which was to be restoration the department's grad- a, rhos, a roMn* to the voal
of downtown ar a.. According to Trooper S. P. '" ina caoecltv bv 33 per cent Forestry Post lg ,5-66.,1 when decisions of
They hope to gather ideas there Burnett of the Florida Highway Roberts has noted. If things au, Ice Murphree In favor of
which might be practical for Patrol Hartley had told him Bits go as planned it should now the| county were upheld by the
Starke. following the accident that his Two Bits Four be possible to get on a regu- Foster Shi Smith, well known Dlfctrlet Court of .Appeals: and
arm became entangled with the lar schedule of grading, Roberts forestlandowner,has been tht Stale Supreme Court.
I "The aim, ultimately Is to arm of a girl sitting beside says as usage of each
. District Director
get good parking lots. Rightup him and that he could not negotiate road require elected a I y.McCarthy said v\cdnesdaj,
close" said Lex Green a curve. Looping high Tornado cheorloador Becky Soimor exhorts Bradford fans to of the Florida Forestry Association ho ever, that the lastfouryears
"stand and hollor!" In 27-16 Park.It "Our mileage of graded roads : statewide organization ball due
a large city land owner anda Hartley had previously pled up Friday over Orango a different game
ha not Increased but the usage
encouraging promotion, -
member of the committee. guilty to six counts: of contributing toea change in the law since
must have worked because BHS griddtrs have boon Invited to play in the of them has," Roberts and protection of \ He said that the Tax
It will be necessary' Green to the delinquency of Sun shin. Bowl If they win tomorrow night. (S.. story below). stated two weeks ago In talk- Florida's forests. that:lessors -tilde. had not been
says, to get the dty a financial a minor and was placed on Ing fellow commissioners into Ass
backing and to use Federal two .. offit|1.11 Ib approved at the time
probation by Judge hnvtn, ttia ?IAW n't. htnp. Smith will direct: activities
sources. Yawn. Yawn pointed out Tuesday in Bradford, Baker, and Nassau : of IJ!/e 19G5-66-67 suits, and had
"We might not be able to that Hartley could be sentenced Looking even further intc Counties, concentrating slnfe been! officially approved
get Federal money but maybe up to one year In the the future, Roberts also talks primarily on membership dev- effective with the 1968 assess-
the city could" the former county Jail on each offense. BHS Needs Win about ways of paving every elopment legislative and taxation mel Gt
% Container attorney said
stated. road In the county but says matters conservation and 11! e
U. S. Congressman The of contributing ,
charges the present method of lime- that* Long admitted lie had not
"Our city council is a spend to the delinquency of minors rock and asphalt which costs forest management, followed the guide In makinghis
council said. extended from six BUS students from $60,000 to $80,000 per Association Executive DIr- his nents, but had been
'While they upend for other who left from the high mile Is too expensive. ector Wm. Carroll Lamo./ gave ned In part by comparative -
school with Hartley and Jones. lIalel of timberland and
All six girls were occupants For Shot At BowlThe A lengthy discussion ensued Active !in numerous association other. (actors.Lpm .
: w.r&.mN.:<<' In the car at the time of the when Roberts mentioned lookingfor functions, Smith's major ;; said< jester day Unit this
wreck and two were admittedto a cheaper way to pave roods work In the past has been on Is trutCi but Jut the courts had
..1: : the Bradford County Hospital Ralph Bryan the Taxation Committee. Asa ruled ?In prior cases that It
: Ii member of the I Florida Agri-
with cuts, bruises, and said a new method Is being was ntT>t necessarj to adhere
broken bones. cultural Advisory Council for to the tax guide, disregards -
Sunshine Bowl beckon- That being the case and since back: on defense. several years, Smith has offered ? all other factors. He
Tuesday the county also chose ing If they win the final gameof the Vanguard Boosters are Fullback: Charles McCray, 11- counsel and advice on : that
u not to prosecute Owen Rufus the season Tornado grid- sponsoring the bowl game, the 14S, Is a tough runner straight 2 Inmates forestry problems to Commis- denied I1Jtd"McCarthy's used the charge volume of 4.i. ,
.':' Alvarez on a charge of im- ders of Bradford High are get- opponent will probably be Van- ahead. He won his starting Job sioner of Agriculture 1 Doyle Long factor In %'
change of lane course, ting set this week to host the guard. when the regular fullback was Conner timber one fixing'
N France, Jr. on a charge Raiders of Santa Fe. Hurse says he has talkedto Injured.Set his value '*, .
hc nuln Q tirr of driving to the left of center If they beat Santa Fe tomor- the Tornado squad and "the man in the I-formation !Is GuiltyOf "Concerned and dedicatedmen "I : not have done that, ..
(accident), and Jesse Ver- Coach David Hurse boys want to play." The bowl Mike Magura. 133-11. lie does- like Foster Shl Smith as it would\ have Involved chan-
non Griffls on a charge of row game Is set for Dec. 3. n't run much. Magura plays will help Association createa essments on every
end the ging ass
and his charges will
BUFFET STYLE I falling to have his vehicle wider defensive safety and likes to SodomyTwo better understanding of and Long said.
jry year
f 1971 with 7- parcel evi
control. regular season a Santa Fe Is a better team than fire and hit. respect for the Importance of
:*: Covered Dish Supper The county also continued the 2-1 record, one of the best its 4-3 record this season Indicates Best lineman on the Raider forestry In Florida," Lamb :'ofcCarrJsaid that IC ,Iudge
>> case of Joe C. Nolan on a charge in the area. Game time is Coach Hurse says The squad is big right tackle Brett Ralford prison Inmates states. Murphree Is reversed In the
w At Th. of driving while Intoxicated. 8 p.m. at Bradford Field. Raiders looked Impressive In Waters, 235-12. lie moves fast were convicted on charges of higher COli ts It will mean that
y 1 Donald F. Desmyter changed Further motivation to beat losing 20-0 to Palatka South for a big man., Waters plays sodomy In a circuit court trial suits for th years 1968 through
i Church of Jesus Christ his plea to guilty Tuesday mom- Santa Fe comes from the 16- and In beating Baker County 47- defensive tackle too, and usually before Judge John J. Crews News And Act.Ne 1971 will Ia ve to be tried. They
also lost to Palat
have onllolldated
6. They last Thursday, Nov. 11, and received could be ( so that
to of driving while 7 whipping the Raiders handed manages to be around the
lug a charge
of Latter Day Saints BItS last in ka South and In beating Baker ball when additional lengthy sentences only one tJ' lal would be necessary -
i Intoxicated. Judge Yawn fined season an upset County 47-6.They have also lost the tackle is made, <( led I Earlier
sailor $101 win. the BUS scouting reads.
the 20-year old or report
"W. took them for 27-18 to Bishop Kenny. For Next Wok Bradford County won a court
401 Bossont Road 60 day. In the county Jail. granted Split end Raymond Cason, 155- Linton Edward Wilson was the trial of l'on-
last and were badly em- Santa Fe has lost some tough decision II'
year Ber-
Pat Henry of the Starke Police 12, and tight end Carlos Grant. sentenced to 15 years and talner'8 19<< :5; assessment cult
barrassed. Coach Hurse said ball Hurse notes and
Saturday, Nov. 20 Dept. testified of several games 155-11. are both !good receiversbut nard Brinson to 20 years by the se that has actually
only Ct
Monday. His face became grim had Injuries early in the season -
the Judge after a Jury found The Telegraph will be published -
not fast. rial.| Balled
II complaints against Deamyter'sdriving when he remembered the debacle which has hampered them exceptionally come to t. on that
6:30 8:00 P.M. -
: to .of thear..t them guilty of committing a early next week due to ""wtee
the night subsequently
on J
outcome: -
last at Santa Fe all
had year year. Guard Mike Howell 155-11. crime against nature upon another the Thanksgiving holiday on
and that Desmyter motions for
High. "I've been all Running back Dwayne Stid- granted,
$1.30Proceeds waiting is another tough ball player.Heis Inmate on last June 2 Thursday
a .17 reading on the to play them '* ham 175-12 is the Raiders' summary tdgements dismissing -
year again. quick and plays both .way.. at the prison
Will Co lYzer. best football player both offensively All correspondence, club notices Conta 1 tlner suits for the
Desmyter's driver's license That game, the coach says, and defensively, Tor- Left tackle David Forrester, Victim of the assault a young, : columns, church news years 19C6- 67.
To Building Fund was also revoked for 90 days Is as close to giving a game nadoe scouts say. Stidham Lathe 175-10 also goes both ways white Inmate who had been In and) similar Items should be In said Wednesday
by the court. away as a Tornado team has "I" man In the t-fomnation and is a strong lineman. lie Is the prison! only a week testified our office: by Friday or Saturday McCarthy that the ,
Conrtooy: Of Tony Nathan Cowart also ever come. and plays middle linebacker on a tough defensive player. that on June 2 at about !If possible, and not later Judgements however, I P tow cases summary were

changed his plea to guilty on The Sunshine Bowl Is in O- defense. Stidham Is quick and QB Miller likes to run the 1:45 p. m. he had been In his than Monday morning In any not conies i ted by Container.
Orr? (Community: a charge of unlawful speed. cla. BHSwould play either Ocala fast and a tough runner. "lie ball himself, when he doesn't cell in the East Unit when a event. They should I not be considered
9tatr Bank.Accounts Vanguard or Ocala Forrest. likes to hit and loves the game," throw total of eight black: Inmates a precedent: / for 1968 and sub
Cowart had been clocked at The Invitation has already been reads the BUS scouting report. The Raiders go with a six entered his cell and beat him Display and classified advertising sequent 1" Twing oenclal t
a speed of 96 mnh nn radar line copy must be in our offices -
extended defensively with guide,
contingent the one
Mow fnturod In a 70 mph zone on US-301 Tornadoes winning their upon final Quarterback: Joe Miller, 180- linebacker stacked behind two up.He said a number of them not later than noon Monday M /
U. T. $20.000 and before tne incident was game of the season. Both Vanguard 12. is a good passer but not split guards. The secondary committed the act of sodomyon to Insure publication.We adopdo-3ax
over Cowart wound up In the and Forrest Class He throws both I long and Is four across him and Identified Wilson ..
.. OgesitI.ea.e.e are
short for
under $501 fine and likes to run In a thank our correspondentsand In \ nts
county Jail a 3-A schools and With Its Improved and Brinson as two of the alCon' -
are running
1 c:., expected
after refusing to sign the traffic passing situation. Miller runs advertisers for their co:
e to end the
season with Mantieal !
ticket. 6-4 records.: back kick offs and !is a corner- (Can't. on page 4)) ( .. on page 4)) operation. (Can'.. 0.-.1.1


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Pamela Sue Tye Dinner Party Strickland ..., ".' ; Brownie T St. Mark's Bazaar Paull I Mengs
I Lynda Held Observe
Is Honored Given At t Home Mr. Carlington ,1 Tf Investiture This SaturdayIn

At t Bridal Shower Of Curtis Sanders Parish HouseSt.
Are Honored Brownie Troop 370 held Its .
Investiture Service at the Meth- Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Meng
Miss Pamela Sue Tye, brldo- Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders and '. odist Recreation Hall on Nov- Mark's Episcopal Church celebrated their 25th wedding
elect of Dec. 16, was honored entertained at a dinner party; Miss Lynda Strickland ember 9.Following. Bazaar to be held Saturday, anniversary Saturday night at
Tuesday night, Nov. 9. with a Saturday night Nov. 8, at their James Garllngton whose marriage the Flag Ceremony, Nov. 20, In the parish houseon their home on Hampton Lake at ." :
bridal shower at the home of home on N. Walnut Strectwhlrh will be an event. of Saturday f t- the girls presented a skit entitled N. Church Street, will feature a buffet supper given by their ;
Nov. 20 at 4 at .
decorated for the occasion p.m. :::
Mrs. Gene Pearson. Co-hot- was "The Brownies." holiday decoratons, handmade children, husbands and wives.
teases were Mrs. T. V. Duck. with arrangements: of"red dab- Reynolds Chapel, Camp BlendIng Mrs. Jay Carver officiated: Infant articles, home The dining table was covered .:.
honored severalparties
Mrs. R. E. Lee and Mrs. George has, lavendar chrysanthemums were In the at the Investiture Service) In made canned goods, flower arrangements with a white linen cloth and :::
Roberta Sr. and fall flowers. On past Nov. 6 the which the following girls offl- aprons and toys. centered with a low arrange- '..:
Saturday, ,
The bride's table on which The dining table was covered ciaJly became Brownies, : Donna ment of fall flowers flanked
her chosen china was displayed with an Imported' lace cloth and. coaching staff of the Orange Clemons Vickie Carver. Sta- Also featured will be plants by silver candelabra with white
was covered with a gold lace centered with an arrangementof Park High School gave a bar- cey Denmark Linda Howard, In one gallon cans, Including tapers. Another table was cen-
cloth and centered with an arrangement pink hydrangeas flanked by becue cookout honoring Miss Pamela Pratt, Alesla Shef- assorted azaleas, photinla glo- tered with a three-tiered wed-
of fall flowers. three branch candelabra with Strickland and Mr. Garlington field and Susan WlllUbrd., bra and pittosporlum. Thanksgiving ding cake topped by the letters
In Park with
Orange eight couples -
Games with prizes were en- pink tapers. After the Investiture Service and Christmas flaming 2S.
Joyed by the 29 guests after The guests list Included 12 attending.The the new Brownie., Joined by. cacti plants seasonal candles, Fifty; members of the family, .
of the Vocational Rehabilitation honored couple were pre- fluorescent pine cones, hand .
which the honoree opened her members the Senior' and close friends were pre- :'
sented with an electric rotis- "Brownies, '
Counselors of presen made wooden hanging baskets :
gifts. sent to celebrate the occasion. :
serle as a momento of the ted several musical numbersand note and Christmas '
Assisting In serving were Gainesville. Other guests from ( paper other -
Miss Cindy Duck and Mrs.Tom Starke called during the even- occasion games for. their parents. gifts will also be on sale. -- .
Tatum Jr. Ing. ,:r- t Refreshments were served by A' White Elephant table will Mrs. Gene Pass attended a
.. Mrs. L.E. Williams and Mrs. be another attraction which will Florida Crime Information
Lynn Hamilton. Include antiques, "trash, and Center class In Tallahassee
Mrs. A. C. Oliver and Mrs. Mrs. Ronnie Thomas, Mrs.
St. Simons Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen treasures." Monday and Tuesday of last ,
Charles Oliver of Marcus Rhoden. .
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw } Mrs. Lynwood 1 Homemade chill and vegeta- week. She was accompanied by :
Island were and Mrs.Monday W. H.visitorsof Noll- yer were touring In Italy, last Kitchens and Mrs. Townsend _or__ -' "'CU .u.ujU'; '>:"" p Brownie troop 440 with Mrs. ble soup will be served through- her mother-in-law, Mrs. Elise :' ,
Mr. Swin- week. Dr.Gruen's mother Mrs. Strickland gave a bridal shower DeRltch Green leader< and :out the day. Desserts, coffee, Pass. 1
W. F. :
man and also Mrs.In Bradford Max Gruen of Miami, stayed at the home of the latter Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. Kirby Sal Smith Jr., assistant soft drinks and "Take out' : ;
patient Nov 13
a Saturday night, for
with the Gruon children. held their Investiture :orders of chlU, soup and desserts -
Bounty; Hospital. Miss Strickland and Mr. Gar- Observes 90th. Birthday Tuesday Nov. 9, at the Presbyterian can be purchased. THANKSGIVING :. :

jj ;.*::1i1:1i1i11!: 11*.%:*111i1j111:1j1; :: ::1i!:::1:1:=j1111:!=!::1i:111:1:11j1j:11j:1j1j!: :: : !:!::: :!=1r:1:1iim::: 111j1:11111:1:1:1:1: ::::=!:!:j:1:111:1:111:1m:: :: :: : lington.The 24 guests included members parish house. Co-Chairman of the event [5f- -L' :
i1 Nine are Mrs. Fred Glenn
!1I ljl girls were Invested and and Mrs. s
W. E. Middleton celebrated .
of the Garden Restaurant Mrs Assisting In serving and car- '
four William Hood
other Brownies participated. : with the communicants -
Softball team and their wives her 90 mmr Colonel Sanders'if r 1 and dates. at an "open house" given J. R. Walnwrlght, Mrs. H. M. of St.Mark's all participating #::
Games with prizes, followed by her daughters, Mrs. E. L. Richards and Mrs. T.H.Slade. Following the ceremony refreshments -
1111111 by refreshment, were enjoyed Matthews and Miss Madge Mid- Approximately, 125 guests were served.Worthington .
AND THE ENTIRE during the evening. dleton. called during
Club Mr. Elsie Sanders ::

1m PERSONNEL ''t' t Walnut The Middleton Street was home decorated on N. Raiford f Scouts Plans BazaarThe P.O. Box 1116 ::
Stark. Fla. 32901
Mrs. L. M. Norman Jr. entertained for the occasion with arrange- And Brownies :':.

AT. I at a luncheon Satur- ments of chrysanthemums red H Investiture/ Worthington Civic Club You can count on us. We will partir loot. In the annual .
day at the Holiday Inn for her roses and fall flowers. will have Its annual Bazaar

sister Miss Strickland. Girl Scout Troop 448 and Friday and Saturday Nov. 19 BRADFORD COUNTY CHRISTMAS PARADEto
1iii1!!: KtntucktJ fried Cluckt" !m! Centering the luncheon table The tea table In the dining Brownie Troop 471 held an Investiture and 20, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
was a gold fall arrangement. room was covered with an imported and Court of Awardsat at the club house In Worthln- be held Saturday, Dec. 11, at 9:30: a.m.
n Bridal place cards and favors white cutwork cloth and ton Springs. Sandwiches, cakes
State Prison
Iii!!!! the Florida
j!! centered with a fan-shaped arrangement -
Vff marked the seating arrange- and pies will be for sale both
Club house Sunday '
Employees (Nam. of'
organizations club church .
WIShes EveryoneWe ment for the 14 guests from of yellow and white -day a. business, or individual) :
::1:1:;::: :::: chrysanthemums and carnations afternoon, Nov. 14.
Jacksonville and Starke,ic'lvl-; New girls Invested for the ::
l Ing the honoree's mother Mrs flanked by low silver can- Brownies were Brenda Grlffls, Sign.d ::
Jj C. G. Strickland Sr. dle holders with yellow tapers. Mr. and Mrs. Jan Douglasof n
Lynn Pres- '.
A Presiding at the silver coffee Marcy Mooneyham Tallahassee were Friday and
The hostess
'ti Happy 1/ honoree with a presented wedding cake the service were Mrs. Mlddleton's'granddaughters five cott,other Paula Brownies Worthington participa,, and Saturday guests of Mrs. Doug- Type of. Entry .::.
0 knife and a feathered pen for Mrs. B. G. las' parents Dr. and Mrs. H.
and Mrs. W.N.Meng. ted.Girls G. Bolllnger.
the bride's book.Whitehead. Ferguson\ Invested for the Scouts

were: Sharon Addison, Dawn
Family Barton, Mary BoyMns, Tina .i
And Friends Retired Teachers Chasteen, Dabble Hampton, and BIG BIGSAVINGS

Observe Birthdays Have LuncheonThe 14 the other ceremony.Scouts participated In

The Troop Crest was given
retired teachers met to all of the iScouts.'Additional -
Mrs. S. W. Whitehead and Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the Lake badges were given to Dale I
t'r'ot:';:':: I .e rWww !: son, J..B. Whitehead, celebrated Butler Community; Center for a House, Uoma Green,'lIm} McKenzie -' II
.. f their birthdays Sunday with covered dish luncheon. Lisa Reddish and Becky .
I .:.:. ,'a birthday dinner at the Community The retired teachers of Lake .Sheen. These badges were I
ij ; Center in Lake Butler. Butler were In charge of the earned during the summer.A .
:}j We or. proud to be a p. f this community m; ;; Attending were Mr. and Mrs. "Get Acquainted" program. drawing and painting badge SALE DAYS: THURS.. NOV. II
"' A. B. Whitehead Sr., Mr. and from Starke also given to the Scouts. THRU SAT.. NOV. 20
Attending were was '
:::: are grateful to all atroni.I .
::: o :::: Mrs. J. B. Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Eva This was the badge the whole
:'.:::.::;.::: In order that all of' us I be able to ipond I::::;::=: Mrs. Leslie Whitehead, Mrs. Anderson, Miss Madge Middle- troop worked on since the troop
f'ff Virgil Raullson, Mrs. Helen ton, Mrs. Kate Sheppard Mrs. was started In September.
&::::;: the Holidays I with our lie?W. will beND ::11:1:::: Kllcker. Mrs. Nina Parrish and Becky Bradford and Miss Mary Roxanne Chesser Denise '
doff- 11KW their families and grandchil Faulkner. Booth Kim McKenzie and Deb- .special from our domestics'
: dren. Also attending were the bie Hampton were elected petrol I JY 4

1I'1 THANKSGIVING Ol A! FRIDAY i;..r;j: children Mrs Nona and Parrlsh grandchildren(deceased of), Hospital; AuxiliaryTo cords.leaders Susan and Combs were will given serveas gold department

m and a host of other relatives and Hold SupperThe troop treasurer and Dale

f!! OPEN 7 DAYS S.A WE UNTIL 9 P.M !!!! friends. Rouse Refreshments as the troop were scribe.served by Y

m Bradford COWtI'Hoeptal; the to the and
girls parents
r iiiii! Mrs W. A. Stern and Miss Auxiliary will hold a covered
< friends attending. Leaders of
C. R. BRASWr.\.. AlND STAFF Louise Stern attended the Orchid dish supper and general meetIng the Raiford Scout and Brownie 11 CHENILLE

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.... For Tots; Pecan Prices

_7 People) i>ou3Ruoto 'IJj' Drive Toys Set By At Off 2nd Slightly AuctionThe My Neighbors

second pecan auction of

the season was held Thursday, 1&i& 4jWIir"Pm ;
+4"* New Arrivals Toys for Tots drive Is being Nov. 11, at the Lawtey market
Mrs. F. H. conducted through December 11
Kramer enter- C. N. Christy who is a patient with volume slightly Increased,
tained at a family birthday din. in the Gainesville Medi- I! by the Candy Stripers Club, but average prices lower than
ner party; last Sunday for Mr. cal Center has ''Iiel DUPLICATE BRIDGE Used toys given the candy
had as visitors the first sale.
WINNERS and Mrs. Richard L. .
Kramer, whose birthday was Capt. stripers will be rebuilt by the -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrington 1 The second sale brought In
Nov. 14 their daughter Mrs. Hobbs of Fort Knox, Ky. announce Starke Fire Department and
of Jacksonville which sold for
A. J. harry, whose birthdaywas and Mrs. Marlon Mr. Ernest Jenkins and Curtis the birth of a daugh- distributed to needy childrenat 14,033 pounds overall
Harrington $3,606.17 at an averageof
Nov. 15, and granddaughter Sanders were the winning couple ter, Jennifer Sue, on Nov. 10. Christmas.
''I. of KIngsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. at 'Tuesday Grandparents Mr. and Mrs.J. 2S-1/2C. ....
DupUcate are to donate
Miss Adrienne Bridge Anyone wishing toys
Barry, J. D. Seymour, Mr and Mrs. The leading varieties were: ,.. .
whose birthday was Nov. 18. Peewee night where there were C, Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs.W. Is asked to contact Paulene Peterson -
Williams, and Miss four tables In play. Tying for C. Dixon of Starke. phone 964-7066 after Curtis, average 26C; Seedlings, afraid they didn't
Norma Canova. 24C andStewarts,ave-
second were Mrs. Bass Burn 1:30: p.m. for pick up. Big red average ; swallow your story."
and Mrs. Marie Dent and Ken and white striped boxes will rage 31C.
and Townsend Dent.Third place Bradford County Hospital announces also be placed throughout town
were Mrs. S. W. Hamilton and the following births: by the candy stripers so resi-
Mrs. M, A. Baldwin Jr. dents may deposit toys at their
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Jenlo De- convenience.
TAKE los Santos,Lawtey,a son, Fran- The Candy Stripers met Tuesday -
F Mr. and Mrs. George Sappof cia David, Nov. 11. night to plan the project
Jacksonville spent the week- HOUDAY TABLES-MORE BEAUSW10.W1 11
end at their cottage on Kings- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laurence V

A ROAST HOLIDAYTURKEY' 1. ley Lake. Davis, Hampton, a son, Nationaluanl;
Brian Keith, Nov. 13.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. DownIng Program PiTM-nti-d

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tol- Mr. and Mrs. Robin Earl At Slar"" Rotary X
bert and Mrs. Ivan Niblack Croft, Lulu, a daughter, Angela
of Lake City, and Mrs. W. A. Call, Nov. 14. Capt. Ben Adams an aide ''Y
Richard Jackson Bell of Baldwin were Satur- to Adjutant General Henry W. !
day luncheon guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wayne McMillan, was guest speakerat

Relax! With no work, no Promoted By and Mrs. David Montgomery on Rhoden, Hampton, a daughter, the Starke Rotary Club last 118 S. COURT
free, you can vet a O. 8. Mr. Downlng's birthday. Stacy Laverne, Nov. 14. week showing a number color BEHIND KOCH
Graded Prime tender top x Gas CorporationRichard slides covering activities oldie BY LARRY
quality turkey!' done to a I Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Mr. and Mrs. David Qultman Florida National Guard. DRUGS
turn a& Lyman Green's tl Jackson, son of Mrs. Cove Springs visited her sisters Clemens Sr., a son, David Qult Particular emphasis was
with plenty of delicious / Margaret Jackson of Starke, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt and man Clemons Jr., Nov. 14. placed on Camp Blanding which A Beautiful Centerpiece Adds To The SpiritOf
giblet gravy and drectfatg was among eight employees recently Mrs. L. D. Green on Monday.M. Capt. Adams said was used
for the entire family. Inaugurated Into the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craw- by around 8,000 military personnel The Holiday Season. Let Us Help Select

Quarter Century Club of Sub- M. McRae has returned ford, Lake Butler, a daughter In training programs Just The Right Flowers For Your Thanks
Gas Corporation Nov. 16.Local.
urban home after being a patient in each year. lie also said that
of Whippany N.J. the Gainesville Medical Cen- Blanding contributes about $5 Giving.
Jackson has been with the ter. admittances to Bradford million In payrolls to the a-
company since 1946 as a clerkIn County Hospital this week- rea annually Including the Flowers For A II Occasions
purchasing Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Include: Bryant Reddish and amount paid to employees
climb up the ladder In 1949 Jr. and family of Ok..- Mrs. Melvie Jean Floyd Law DuPont mines located on State
when he became assistant to
chobee weekend Board
guests tey; Keith Hicks Lake Butler; Armory property.
the purchasing agent. lie was of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Connie S. Bishop, Hampton The speaker was Introduced
later promoted to manager ofDurchaslna. Mrs. J. W. KIncaid. ; John W, Funderburk, Key- by MaJ. Don Pardon We Are Pleated To Announce That

and In 1970 was advanced stone Heights i: Alton B. Mar- ELIZABETH GARDNER
to Vice President of Supply Tommy Blackshear of St. tin, Waldo; Michael Manning, Has Joined Us. She Is Well ExperiencedIn

In the Propane Division. Johns River Junior College Raiford; Mrs. Carrie Rhoden, Design And Arrangement .........And
Mrs. Harriet Pinchbeck of
11-12 LB.TURKEY 22.24 LB. TURKEY Jackson attended high schoolIn spent the weekend in Tampa Gary Prevatt,, Elizabeth Dyal, Gullford Conn. Is visiting her Invites All Her Friends And CustomersTo
Starke before leaving here with friends. Glen Moore, Mrs. Minnie Red-
precooked weight with 1 pre-cooked weight with 2 at the age of 17 to Join the grave, Mrs. Margie Lamb,JohnW. son-in-law and daughter, Rev. Drop By And See Her.
qt. giblet gravy and 10-12 qti. giblet gravy and 20-24 Merchant Marine. He has been Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Powell, and Henry Morri and Mrs. D. T. Karabee Jr.,
servings of dressing servings. of dre..In. ,. with Surburban propane ever attended the funeral of Comer son, Starke. for three weeks.
$12.95 $22.95 since his service with the Mer- Doster in Donaldsvllle, Ga. on
chant Marine. Sunday.Mr. .

Frank WoUred Jr. Is recu- dish and family visited Disney
perating after foot surgery In World over the weekend.Mr. .
Gainesville last week.
and Mrs. Harry Guy of
Mrs. E. L. Macfee and son, Winter Haven and Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Williams, of Decatur, HI. Walter Stevenson Miami were
were Monday afternoon visitorsof weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.
Mrs. W. S. Slade. J. D. Yeager.

Mrs. Victor Lamb and daughter Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams
323 N. TEMPLE (U.S. 301)) STARKE and John Crews returned took his mother, Mrs. Carrie
after a two weeks visit with Herlong, to her home In Sa-
Mails St. Lake Butler Mrs. Lamb's mother, Mrs. luda. S. C. last Wednesday after -
Ph 496-9411 Quinn, In Chicago Hi, visiting a three months visit.
friends and places of Interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Speng-
ler of Stone Mountain, Ga.were
Sunday visitors of LTC and

W Mrs. V. J. Spongier and Mr. .
1 and Mrs. R. L. Spengler.

Among the out-or-townguests
at the First United Methodist
I I NEEDS Church homecoming Sunday + r
were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock m
of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs.
I SALE DAYS I THRU NOV.I 18 THRU NOV.I 20 t James Talley and Mrs. Corine r
Purvis of Gainesville, Mr. and
Mrs. Eldon Klmmons and Mrs.
J 26 PC.PUNCH Richard Cunningham and daugh-

I BOWL ter of Keystone Heights, Mrs.
Havnes Grant Sr. of Jacksonville -
SET \ Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 1 1I
B'i .1. bowl a 11 bla
Kopelousos of
I j Boaaup.. Park
I "
I,, and Mrs. Tommy Johns
of Macclenny. Rev. R. D. S m- i
$3 67 mer of the Northwood United
Methodist Church in West Palm
-' 'S 1 Beach was guest preacher at
\ the morning service. He was
accompanied here by Mrs. 'V S

3 QT. ELECTRIC Sommer and three children. I-C. ,

CORN POPPER Mrs. T. J. Thomas and Mr. 44

Fr..h popcorn In minuiiil' and Mrs. T. B. Vincent of
1 Valdosta, Ga. and Mrs. Lillian -
11 Phillips of Lake City were
Sunday afternoon visitors of
$322 Mrs. Bertha Pearce.

Mrs. Donald Boner and Mrs.
John Dekle of Lake Butler were
50 PC. Saturday visitors of Mrs. H.


.[" a Aitractively' gill| booed 1 Rev. B million
2 lovalypatternslochoos' 1 t
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Evangelist, Is

.,.. ..t..:.r.-::.. $8 B7 Civitan GuestRev.

Cliff Brannon,evangelist STORE-WIDE
speaking at the First Baptist
7 PC. TEFLON Church this week, was a guest
PORCELAIN COOKING c of the Starke Civitan Club at I
its Tuesday morning breakfast t
SET meeting.The '
G.nuln* porcafatn' .on. _
H .. ..
rummum. .y '. '" evangelist has held revivals *
ft scratch lasiaiant.
Ing in !Korea,South America, Big Savings

.. and many other parts of the
16 66 PROCTOR SILEX AUTOMATIC TOASTER world. He Is a former attor-

I PROCTOR SILEX STEAM & DRY IRON ney for R.J. Le Tourneau *Great Fashions ,.....
fcr- HAMILTON BEACH MIXER Enterprizes.
[\ \ WARING 14 SPEED WEST BEND 9 CUP AVACADO PERK Rev. Brannon will be at the / S
COOKER FRYER Church here
First Baptist *

M'. I'J BLENDER through Nov. 21. Come EariyDAYS .
Any ip Md to match' any
mixing toot He was Introduced by Rev.

W.A. Hogan, pastor of First
S f983 $78 SUNDAY Baptist.

...- Twenty-one; cMtans were I ) L%
for the meeting.
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''. r'. I Thanday Et
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I '.' at U8 W. Ct.....Street "YYY THURSDAY '
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.. SUrke, Florida 3200*

CORELLE LIVINGWARE. Beyond cU. pottage paid I FRIDAY
.2O.....PC.. MfviC* /tar v
In 3 pattcrni.OuwanlMd t893 at SUrke. Florid
for 2 y w 95 SATURDAY
NM ih. Ov.n Of ditft-' 19 .'
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la trade areas tS.M per '.

yeav; SZ.7S six month ::

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SE..StudentsSet Car Rams Santa Preview New Grader .

WmAppeal. S Paper DriveA Into Back Preview. ,I

(From page I 1))
(From (From page 1)) 4
peg 1)) used paper drive Is planned Of TrailerCarol .
1968-69-70.71 were received by the students of Starke Ele-' games, BItS will be able to where sand and asphalt are continues to receive the funds FARM ,.
in me cieric or the Court's office mentary: School. take Its choice of which wea- mixed and form a hard surface at the same rate It has for GENERAL
here Wednesday morning. All students are asked to use against Santa Fe. on a dirt road at an estimated the first three months.
If Container had not decided to collect and bring newspapers, Ann obblnl. 18, of Fans expect to see a mixed cost of$6,000permile. SUPPLY
appeal, Bradford County would magazines, and IBM cards to Gainesville escaped with only attack of passing and running Suwamee County; has laid one Ring Power had the lowest WESTERN :
the school Dec. 16-17. A truck minor Injuries after she ap- Improved blocking by the Tornadoes mile of the new pavement but bid of three considered Mon- .
have more the than $100,000. now will be at the school to col- parently fell asleep at the wheel offensive line has given It will be some time before It day by the commission, beat- MAIN ST, LAKE BUTLER h" .
due from
company.Container and crashed Into the back of
lect the paper. life to the Oils running game Is known how It will hold up. law out two other Caterpillar .
his paid a portion Proceeds will go toward pur- a boat trailer being pulled by In the past three weeks. Play Roberts said He added that dealers from Albany: Ga. and Loretta MorriH. Owner Phone 496-6041 :
of each contested :year's taxes chase of trophies and ribbons Nelson Tremol of Buffalo N.Y. of the Tornado guards has Improved process might work with the Tampa. A bid from a John
bated on.eU-aeeeasedfigure. for the President's Physical tremendously In recent clay: areas of Bradford Coun Deere dealer was not considered -
It contend are the correctvalues Fitness Contest according to The accident:: occured approximately weeks with veteran Dennis ; because: his machine did 30% PROTEIN SUPER MOL.

rather than Long' assessments. Mrs. Joyce: Chambers. 1.2 miles north of Starke Crawford recovering from an ty.Bryan: agreed with Roberta not meet specifications, the (NATIONAL (MOLASSES: ) BLOCK .
Unpaid\; balance on on US-301 around mdnlght| Monday Injury: and setting an exampleof that some cheaper method of board said.
the figures! assessed by the with $800 damage being how It all is done. lie and paving must be found. At the "
Per Block $1.90 :
county for the past three:years. done to Miss Bobbins'1971 Oldsmobile senior Joey: Branson have given present price of paving. Bradford 'The new machine was bought Ton $105.00
1968-69-70, Is 969,053.05: : plus ImprovementCommittee and $200 damage to the Tornadoes greatly, .Improved will never be able to with an agreement to pay: a .
Interst which cannot be computed Tremors car and $50 damageto ) blocking recently. finance the cost of paving all third of the cost each year SUPERBLOX FOR HORSES

until the cases are finally 1 his boat trailer. Tackles Randy GasUns and Its 387 miles of graded roads for the next three years. W

settled. The 1971 tax Is Miss Robbing apparently fell Farelon McClellan and he added. the current fiscal year, the Block. 33 1/3-- ....--.-..--- $2.90
now due of asleep at the wheel, said the tight Roberts said, however, that
totaling $57,000 will $10,130on
(From, page 1)) control of end Charles Wright are also commission. pay ... ...... ..
which no part has yet been trooper, and lost playing effective offensive 'With the new grader the countycan It, according to the clerk's Fly-Wormer Block -- $2.60

paid. A suit was recently, filed her car with It striking the Quarterback Eddie Hazen begin now keeping the grad- office. Super Mineral ]10 .......--.-...-..... $3.35
contesting this year's assessment the city Is In bad rear of the boat trailer being becoming ed roads In better shape.Roads
similar to the ones filed finances right new" he added. towed by Tremol. On Impactthe every: game.more He seasoned has with cn be graded and raised a* The board has in the capital
In the past six:year. "Call Street carried the tax trailer was knocked loose his own as an effective come Into they should be as time and outlay: fund of the Road Department FIM
In granting the motion for load for a long time," Green from the car and turned over pass weather permits, he said Instead $10,000 equipment..
coming to rest In a ditch er.Gray of Just skimming over It can also spend the
begin to receive new eighth
Judgments In the past "It should Flynn
summary: said, split end and defensive -
four years Judge Murphree some help now." Miss Robbins was charged safety, returned to action them to take the rough spots cent gas tax funds any way It 30% SUPER RANGE CUBS
from Ben with failure to have her vehicle In wishes. a. long as It Is spent
noted that Long' assessmentsof Another Idea came the second half against 011.In
Container lands had not Increased (Serge) Suslow. another city: under control. Orange Park and performedwell that way, Roberts continued work- on the transporation system.: Ton ------ $96.00.50 lb. Bag ...---- $2.45
materially In the 1968- land owner who has property though not at full speed. much of the grading
70 period and the Increase In where the city would like to He replaced Malachi Henry at that comprises much of the 20% COWBOYTon
be done
1971 was due to additional lands locate: a parking! lot. cornerback then moved to safety cost of paving can
added by Container to Its hold- City merchants could put together 2 Inmates ; when Billy: Blgham was in- ahead of time by the county.becomes the OId 1t/meJ .--.....- $89.20.50 lb. Bag .......- $2.28
fngs.Long. Improvement fund jured. Flynn Is Then as money: for paving -
an expected to be at( u( 'date'
generally followed the with Individual donations, Sus Convicted. ready tomorrow night available the countymight '
practice of assessing numberone If merchants could: Bigham sustained a slight find a way to begin putting CATTLE MINERAL 501 b. Bag........ $2.40

pine lands at $100 per a- raisea$10. that might be (From 1)) concussion and strained liga down some kind of asphalt L HOG MINERAL 501b. Bag -......- $2.40
cres and non-pine at $30. loran a base to proceed from to page ments In his arm, but he also ) surface.Funds .
average of$78. borrow additional state and federal Is expected to be ready: to go. to gradually Improvethe HORSE FEED 501b. Bag -...-... $2.28

Upping Its own evaluation In funds. sail ants. Henry: who Injured his neck county's secondary: road MILK REPLACER 251b. Bag ......---. $5.10
recent years, Container has Response of the city: council on driving run is from the H
Testimony of two Inmates who expected system will come ;lc"A\
.... ..
been contending for an assessment to the committee's approachtwo had not taken part In the episode to ready. new eighth cent gas tax which spasmodic driver give. HORSE BRICK Mineral ..50p"
of $62.30 for number one weeks ago was termed excellent was used by Asst. State's The BHS line will get a lift should total close to $27,000 fits..
pine land; $34.20 for number by: Committee Chairman Attorney Gene Whltworth to from the recovery: of CaryMelvln : this fiscal year If the county other people
two, and $20.40 for swampland. Brian Hamilton of Stump's Department substantiate his case, as well from the effects of a
''Originally, Container valued Store. as testimony by the prison doctor sprained ankle. Melvin has been
number one pine land at $46 who said the victim showed kicking off and kicking extra
acre. "I 1 think a continuous effort points in recent weeks
per evidence of a physical beat but Is
The owns or leases Is what we need Hamilton expected to be to
company: ing and criminal assault. ready: go full
said. "As Indicated a lot can
Wilson was represented by speed In the line this week
be done without large expenditures giving the Tornadoes another
Brian T. Hayes: a Tallahassee
CERAMICSGifts ," like shutters on win- attorney. Brinson's defense,.. veteran guard

dows. handled by Asst. Public Defender -
Hamilton appealed for land
W. C. Alrth.
owners, tenants, and the committee
Hayes presented testimony
Greenware to work together. He
Inmate who said Wilson
an was
appointed John Bradley of Sou-
with him elsewhere at the time guilty to charges of escapeIn
thern Discount and Attorney circuit court action Mon .
of the Incident. Wilson denied
FIRING CLASSES Elzle Sanders to organize theCommittee'
long range plans the charges, saying he was day. Judge Crews sentenced
In the prison library: at the Norton to five :years to run
MOH. TUES. WED. & FRI and to report back to the Committee
time of the Incident.: concurrently, with terms he Is (
In January.a : As a rebuttal witness, Lt. already serving for robbery.:
CALL 413.4000 Ronnie !K. Grille, investigatorfor Norton escaped April 12 over
the prison, testified to a the double fence with dogs between -
total of 36,206 acres of tim- statement made by Wilson af- which surrounds the East
JIM & YVONNES ber land in Bradford County. ter the Incident. Unit of the prison.
When and If back taxes
are Similar charges are pending
paid' the Bradford County against three other Inmates who
school board will receive Homecoming tit the" Unioerlity / -
allegedly took part In the a.-
slightly over 60 per cent of sault. Whltworth said they will /. rathtr". jolt you when |/oudiscover
each tax dollar, with the remainder be tried at a later date. that the kid Engliih,
instructor/ with, the bad "
going Into the county'sgeneral James Marion Norton, 20- comiplwrfon
LAKE GENEVA fund. feu jvtt retired asI
year-old prison Inmate, pled Mod of deportment." .

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",)i.: i: 4 'Telegraph Nov. 18, 1971

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GAYS Gaines; Wins Grid Conies

Terry Calms. 16-year-old 8. Jimmy McRae of Starke
on at Mr. and Mrs. 1.. M. missed only three games, but
Gaines of Stark, won tile top 42 points was Ms He-breaker
JIILflifiHl.UNIVERSAL honor In last weeks Football guess thus being eliminated.

Contest for cash. The Contest which was scheduled
Young Gaines missed two out for ten weeks will come
of the 20 games on the menu. to a close after this week. The
J. C. Brown Jr., Starke and '
Telegraph will be published
Edgar G. Akrldge. Keystone
day earlier next week due to
Heights.split the second cash '
Thanksgiving thus It would not R
410 SERIES WASTE KING prize In a draw even'down to allow enough time for football wN-
the tie-breaker. They both Incorrectly
enthusiasts get their scorecard t..
marked three out of
: "Y.My1' the 20 games, and then both before Thanksgiving. M r
games .
j w 0=1 Hl'*>''Uf'>*of dM DU 410 far*** w=- guessed to be scored 56 points by any as team.the moat Lake It's ;your last chance but It : ; ( t
t be
'IY may your luckiest- see Page
- ttm H-YYL.df./Y..1..1 MM*.f IM ttnk cvvwW'wfch.H.--. 1' -....__....... Butler won over Wllllston 63- 8. ,y

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=::=.":., ':.':.:" v.w-- --..-..,.dw. FIRM LIST JUST THE WINNERS. HEREClass ; 4/-I/_
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REG. $240.00
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I 'CMIQMfhMII, Sale I $165 crsscrq.tun. fNJ4?_ FFA Sammy vice-president Peeples from national Bru-

... .lRt ton, Ala. was visiting the FFA
1.JL operation and State President
Flwl.S Jimmy Alvarez this week.
....... SrCrlnH. Shown above are Bradford FFA
BUH.T-JN. ALL PUSH BUTTONCONTROLSUNIVERSAL c..Y.p_ JA-----' =-. Presidents Dale Clemons and Terwillegar
..... Mike Gasklns, Peeples and Al

....._ \J}/IIrba -1$.. varez.

DISHWASHER DRYERS J..__...,.....-=r.N.rf'.K.b. fi.L.S .- Motors

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a.uacq FdhrIknIM -
"il!:>T-or..._ I't n''Ie._. X Casey Paints
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WMW.Mb.Wm For Schools A-I USED
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H" w-NeAN-I % .w___
7Yr..s d. :rB.R\< Suot. Tom Casey was optimistic
= :... --iOr NYdwidw.IJY.IJarwa'w .1111.'.,..,..,, --
I .., ....... .. -y Ytl about the future of Brad
-YriaI..obfwdk" i$ ....,.
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Yd .c. LE./II
bdYb.h..d.rl.r. ) .l}' ford schools In a talk l last weekat
I ......vm.....DM....U,ddu..Ar.. fiend Electric --.x-
I h.Y Now.WY.l.r.n-n.ddw-dlrw m....... the Starke Clvltan Club.
I a.ail.d.m..a.ra.mll. ,,. ......d M... ..1 r.draw.
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dY-Lp.wd.. -.. ..N. W.-N_."t.--:: With enrollment off
-mfcow I-M.Y"Iwq.Y".d"' S. leveling
.... ...
: *nh I-d.-- L.-.0. the $310.00
I mff end tMvtthtw .... I TIM- !i..._POll" ILA .. at lower grades quality; education I
h H..p..dTSw.H.d.x.IA.dlrdbrrl Is and will be a reality; I
TNl M.n.couo y Aft TIAM u&T.o'Mont. I
from now 011. the school superintendent

m---wl4n.waMtl $235Available ._.-g.B: j..N.t; ..__.__.__. told the 18 Clvl
Sale ...... Ht .JE.i----------- tan members present.

..... ._ L,"_ .z./.l.<. .. ::....
CI"r .t;;..._________..____. Housing and facilities those under construction -
In Avocado White Or Use program-
med for the next two years
plus more qualified person
Our Trim-Kit-Desigiied To Match Your KitchenGAY'S Of 51 BBS StudentsTo nel will contribute to quality; 1969 FALCON WAGON

education. Casey said.A Automatic;. air conditioned, new motor, good tires

Plans ReunionA CompeteIn brighter financial picture 51.,695

HOME reunion around Christmas Is also painted by the
time Is being considered for the OratoryHigh fact that the State of Florida

APPLIANCES Bradford High School Class of Is Increasing Its funds per 1970 FORD LTD 4 DOOR
teacher unit at the rate ot
members are in-
1951 If enough .
School students of Bradford
terested. $1,100 per year and will level Loaded with extras, F.M. Stereo
355 N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE_ 964.7511 Plans for the reunion are Jones-Langford-Whlte County; have been invitedby Post off at some $5,400 per year.

..j--.... ---.................................................... being made Is now.asked Anyone to contact Interested No.compete 56 of the in American the 35th Legionto annual Several years ago the coun- $2,495
Mrs. Ada E. Reddish phone National School Oratorical ty was reclevlng $1,150 per
Do Christmas; In Starke High teacher unit but the state Is
This Year ; -Shopping 964-7910. Starke. Contest.
moving to pick up a greater 1968 CHEVROLET WAGON IMPALAAir
to enter the
The Invitation
of edu-
"Kr. portion of the price
competition was extended today
cation. conditioned, v.a$1J595
by Post Oratorical Chairman
tTryce C. Titus.
The contest for Bradford

STARK County; students has been arranged plained. Post 56 will handle all
-- with the cooperation of
a expenses of the local winner
local school officials and Mrs. through state competition, he
1968 OLDS. DELTA 88 2 DOOR lit
MERCHANTS rte'CLOSE Julia Fuller. BUS speech added.

Instructor who will assist High School students In Bradford Power and Air
In local contest arrangementsand County who are InterestedIn

OUT-OF-TOWN CHRISTMAS contestant: training. entering the 1972 competition $1 695
I Subject to be used In the will find complete rules'
fIJ;:;\, prepared oration In the 1972 and contest Information at Room ,
contest must be on some phase C-3 Bradford County High
"It. of the Constitution of the united School. Mrs. Julia Fuller, 1968 FORD GALAXIE 4 DOOR
SHOPPING' States emphasizing the duties speech Instructor.
i ONE CHJUSTMA.S Air, automatic Like new
of citizen
, and obligations a to Miss Rebecca McMillan
9HOPPMGePREE the National government The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.G.
WOL CONVINCE !! prepared orations must be the McMillan of Starke represented $1 795
t (. original effort of each contestant Post 56 all the way to State ,
IS THE PLACE and must require not less competition In Winter Haven
TO SHOP I than 8 or more than 10 minutes last. year. Rebecca Is cur- 1966 CHEVROLET
for delivery. rently a freshman at Florida
Post 56 will award a checkof State University in Tallahassee Automatic and Air
Santa .
Taker To TN Air .
$25 to the winner of the local .
t They're AH Loaded With Orisfanas Gds SA Yi"NO MORE 301 FOR ME. .. contest.In $995

I MIGHT NOT GET BACK: ATALtr. addition to the awards by
That Will Amaze You This Year ..Even ... winners of the various elimination

New Stores Have Been Added To Starke's rounds of competition university JU-MAR 1966 MERCURY CONVERTIBLEAutomatic
scholarships of$8,000
t Ever-Crowing Retailers.... $5,000, $3,000, and $2.000 go Discount Sales and air conditioned
t to the first through fourth places
You Can Trove/ To Galntsvttl Or J clc_ respectively In the natIonal NOW OPEN
vtllt To Do Your Chrirtmai/ Shopping ____ finals. $895
Each state winner who participates
ft But It's Not Necessary! in the youthful contest 128 N. Court St.JEHLRY .
will receive a $500 scholarship 1965 CHEVROLET PICK-UP
-w'-w .. The too four vouthful orators \) : RADIOS
1WIoy .. .. .of. WTAXlt t,.p.drpyptlry..ad4d1MN' $495
SuuCoWt who have won all previous elimination TOYS ANDIIOUSEn'RE
"""Jr'd.wt-"If*...-.Tk...-.r.wWJ-"In.......,.. &) will vie for rounds honors of the contest in the
--"ta...-..d-" drT-..d.d.IM.Y-u 1972 national top finals on AprU 1966 FAIRLANE 50Q, 4 DOOR

,-.H..4. d-IA -"'.rlwh. of p.4.., .. 004. ow.- r s.....n.d .r. \1t' 20 at Weir High School. Weir- V-8
p..d rrd..4.. .._..............,.....-.......M. b.. .... d- .. ,Ill ton W. Va. Shop Where; Your automatic, power steering

dW h.Nh............,..-. =r -=,n. d h M.M.k. lMM The American Legion will Dollar Goe Farther
.. pay the expenses of state win- $895
.In r.4 Come S.. Us.
t' A__TrItP. .. eww 1w.r..l.. ,.ndphI.rdv T / ; ners as they progress in nat-

AM YIAM WM. ...._.-.. ..._#. p.-I.... d_ Y.d d Q ional competition Titus ex- 1971

A..lnl, Hun Hh I.M-I..w.-w I joIN,1.1.-r.p.__.h... ...,.. ........ ,.... .,..... ,..... .. ."" -IJ"- .. .... ....+ ,..., GTX PLYMOUTHPower
..-Ow..... ja " 1'K Fannouncing. Ii and air, 20,000 miles



2 Door, hord-top, V-8, Automatic, Air

t M.rd-Mr Annual 1" Edwards Farm SupplyFORMERLY $1,995

PARADE ( STARLINGS FARM SUPPLY) 12 1971 Models| Left' At

SATURDAY.. DECEMBER: 111. A Complete Line Of


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Mining Operation Nears Completion In Clay Countyi 5 Lawley a"lw 103 Deer Taken In DIanding Area First Two Days

Candidates The first two days of huntIng during the Weeke d. Quail. reported Injured -
i Plant facilities for Titanium con, and monazite, are nearing off Highway 17. water lakes as the mining operation season Nov. 13-14, brought Other game taken at Bland- One by hunter a shot was In the leg in
Enterprises, which will mine completion about ten miles Is completed. QualifyA 5.296 hunters to the Camp lag during two-day period accident of
hogs hunting
.llmenlto, rutile,leucoxeno,rlr- south of Green Cove Springs The mining operation which Lumber from larger trees Blanding Wildlife ManagementArea included: 14 ,388 cat squirrel the first Blandlng.vS .
"_0____0'_u___UUOUUUUU___h__ will spread over 5,000 acres cleared from the 5,000 acreswill with a bag of 103 deer 30 fox squirrel and 25 the season at
of fiat pinelands In Clay and be used for pulpwood and .
Putnam Counties, Is the Joint saw timber.
venture of Union Camp Corporation contest for the office of --
City Fish & Meat and American Cyanamid mayor of Lawtey developed \ ,
both of Wayne, N.J. Historical Monday with the qualifying of ,
Robert E. Lee for the post \
t Market It will be the same type of Will Meet TonightFor held by Mayor Charles E. Shu- ,
I dredge operation that is used Show and Tell' ford, 85. for the past 20 years t ,n bh
by the DuPont Company at Its Mr. Lee is employed at the 1 ,
607 E. Brown'.* St. Ph. 964-8077 two mines (Trail Ridge and Jacksonville NAS.
Highland)near Starke and Law Mayor Shuford qualified Mon- h I
tey, and will be about equal In The Bradford County Historical day as a candidate for re-
I e size to one of the Dupont Society will meet at 7:30: election. '
: Plants. p.m. tonight (Thursday) In the Also qualifying Monday and FASHION
I Starke library for a "show and Tuesday were M. M. Jordan for
Administrative offices openedat tell" session. re-election as marshal, Mrs.
I the site of the dry mill ear- Members and visitors are invited Ethel Reddish for re-election
lier this month, and all phases) to bring an item of his- as city clerk, and Herbert 1
i I of the operation are expectedto torical Interest particularly Christiansen for re-election as FABRICS
/, ij be in full swing by July pertaining to Bradford County Councilman, Group I.
1972, with some 125 employeeson and give a brief talk on 1U The election will be held December /
I r.'J the payroll. origins and historical signifi 7, and the qualifying FOREMOST IN QUALITY
:. cance. period ends Saturday Nov.20. s I
Dana!: Oliver, public relations
% director, said the mineral oeposlts : 114'W. CALL STREET PHONE 9648344SALE I
are located In an ancient - - - -- _

I FRESH PORK SALE I II miles Pleistocene Ocean.Inland The from area beach the is lying believedto Atlantic 35 I : \ I Ii

be one of the major unde- Protection I t

I HAMS lb.| 59$ I veloped the sufficient country sources ore and for should of at titanium least provide 30 In Lo' One Lot Machine Washable Reg. yd.
I '
i .

SHOULDER Ib.49$ LII years acres sent plan annually.of operation.Is to mine The about pre-250 I AndBeamy II I \ ::: ::: Polyester Double Knit Sale $$4.98vd \!,

j i iI Oliver estimated a produc- I FOR YOUR I Washable 36" Wide Reg. $4.98 yd. I
tion of some 140,000 tons of '
ore per year. A portion of the % ): -: Rt. VELVETEEN Sale $3.98 YD. I If
i -
I Boston Butts Ib 59$ minerals will be purchased by ASPHALT PAVEMENTS i II f
Cyanamid for Its pigment man- I
, -: :: ufacturing plant in Savannah 54" Machine Wo.habUPOLYESTER I I
'" ;
I I :$ Whole I Pigs. Ib.45$ ; billion-dollar Ga., another operation corporation.of Remaining the- Have Them/ SealcoatedBy I AND ACRYLIC KNIT I
ores will be sold on I
the open market. W Reg. $4.98 Yd. I

I Fresh Backbone Ib 69I ough According reclamation to Oliver and, effluent a thor- I ': \ SALE -------------$L.90Yd. I I
control system has been workedout Baggett Paving Co. I im *
with the assistance of nationally One Lot 54" Machine Washable I
I consultants. l
I Fresh Porkside Ib.59$ i He Improvement said this of would the entire result 5-in OF GAINESVILLE I II :,-= .Bonded Acrylics Sale $3.49 I

000 acres to be mined. I f Reg. $4.50 $4.98 yd.
CHUCK OR ROUND i The plan Includes replace- II [ Assortment Of I Ir
ment of top soil on the tailings I Y I
JIIl..8U areas, replanting of smaller
I STEAKLB. VI >> trees, seeding and fertilization I For Free Estimates I ; ri I Values To $1.98 yd. I
of soil after stripping is com-
pleted. Call 372-4062 I M 2 Yards For $1.00

I RIB STEAK lB..89t( contoured Oliver said above the Its land present will location be- II I Custom Setvin '

,, .;" to provide several fresh -
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''is._ '\ !I Ul:r' \, CARRIER CENTRAL HEAT I

B \ II
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4' : : /", ,, I -, ---.... I
ii \' :\ ",.,a,"'tiW Slide Has The Largest t Selection Of I Heating
> Equipment In This Area. ()>er 20 Different I
I td .,(1q' Model! To Choose f rol1l.I .

e I' (j, "": >(.,:i:; \*""t" Do The Complete Job-Rrpmlless' Of I
rJi. b Su'R-Call961-7701 For Free Estimates.!



Modern, low-cost gas heating
with a beautiful Crest by Dear- I
I ''i i born. You'll love its Cool Safety
SALE Cabinet and instant heating with'
Forward Jleat Flow. Sizes for I
I every need.

The Last Ward in Comfort Dearborn II

ilEKaLJESFICentral J Pre-Season Central Healing Special II

Wall'' Enjoy The Comforts of Carrier Central Heating 4 II

Furnace Economical, Even Heat all over your I

Home. Installed Quickly and Efficiently r-' '
l 65,000 BTU HEATS by our Trained Mechanics 'I
; a: -
$ H

I ... Outlets With 1 Return ; 'II
Th rmo>tt K.p..rn
. *.1.cEt: *off.rlow-o,.lllnnd .. Gas Furnace Centrally Located
*pr *d> ,. *v nl o
i : th* floor wh. you nd It.
Economic to ,.....11. and ... ,? I
.nomle*! to j>p Ror and
Sldo V.nt. *4 Celt.m '" 1iill ACT NOW! LIMITED TIME I

'PRE SEASON SALE$199.00: ] Financing Available To Meet Your Budget Prices Start At $29.50 1t

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Ladies' Nylon h IL ----l Kenner Speedways

Flare Leg Pajamas ,.1 FROM SANTA Bono.a. n. no n ..,,..rihd. Otlireq Ccla(
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Popular I hart sleeved tunic AT EAGLE E l E I 24% .:.4.b... ".,._, ... ..":7VSOS'
with shirred waist. Assorted
top r _
cola.., Sues S, M, L.

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a Railway Systems Stencil & Puzzles

Con> b. osed oh tent<.i U
Contains, 8 curved tracks, I and lay moulds Strong
I locomotive, 2 carnage, 3 h'gh' impact plastic, thaihelps /
figures" with hats. Colorful teach color ,identication 1f
f & co-ordmot-on' DPMMen's /N .

Famous Maker Jm. Educational (Dpiln/p/ s Color MovieKaleidoscope -

i r Pants .,. I ? Cubes b ; DolphinsV I p

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Take opartPut .
practical ;ol .
s orful plastic Complete rLi See through take togetherTeaches

4 with 18 geom*. y apart' kaleidoscope. od"olonNot'lly. co A
trical form. W K 5: ,S HRLEIDOSCDPf cola tente.Safe .

I Sold at 8.00 to ? :t)1) -
j I 13.00 P,. by Nat on's IIIMak. ) A / I
.,. Flare & ttraightlegs. '
I Solids, stripes and
checks. Assorted styles.Sizes ladles Bards >, _
28 to 36. Knit Cardiians10Ot .

\ ocrylie hnlt loc. with nrlw S11C p 01' ;
lmin Malchtna p.r l bullont.. Wh r. '
I and pottcl colon. Snot 34 q w, '

344 1.- a -

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Men's FannsMaker Tkernal Ladies'

Ties Uedtrwur' w ; Hand Screened Shells Decanters

R..I... ..dn. ..... t K 10 Qt. Pails .
Long .1. r
:, .... l 100' prlar..).w.l nal w..hwdlh. ,
P..I.........'. 'lottafalo.11..c.K.... q leak npwr. "th.... Iran .... Cutler} Trays 1 Fruit Cakes Country t r Kitchen h Cookiesparornl
.d eolw and htm, in' cold uol c.I..I..S.M.L .. .
out.S.M.L.XL 1Gllh1 Waste Baskets .h..... '._',: I": I, :. :: :

i.. 23% 3 Pe. [ u OU"D ywNDx

.. Rectaniilar owlDiskSetsPins ......, .. .
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,- Asho6tii0: Roaster Pans Hamilton knives
d Electric

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d'w 01' f Cirls' Cer.iroj < 1 rri! r'I i Coasters f .n.M' M,,, 7rl '".

I Slacks i \a Spoon-forks

Fin', ,Uf ...1..,. Colrlul Bottle Stoppers / '
a I orinlt. T.dsnd, Girls' Bottle Spouts ,.
in 100% cotton c.eY. P HI a I
..,.. $.<.t 7- U. s.v 107. s.v .00 ;.4
SlideNeu Pull /loih.onod.Long lot; Sleeve Cocktail Strainers z dAyi ..l "
Short Sleeve Skirts .' '''... tloovoi.Mocl Cocktail Forks-k S Stirrers R nwr '..".
..... .. .. ... hi'tlo '.
Chunk f front .1) .b Now Ruggod ttyling w quiltodlining. } 44 nock. EmbfOidcrod 11.1 :
long poinlod olio Hondtomooolidt I, Ribbod cyllt/ collorwoitt s ........ ...... ...". 'N :
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A bold 14..17.
I h end lidot.Zippor *
p orlod
s.W.woX ".n''. 1......:.S.M.L.XL ..... 217 no:tod COOfdf colort. .....20" ; vyov. :
S..3..6X.. I So"" ,..hlr. Flatware Knives 16 PC. Sets Rockiniham[ Dishes ,/ .
1 ._.. SI..bu... .hear .I..d ''lu'"' d, B ev'' m'ne.' yiun u.. ,,
M %. at d...yn. Ch.... ...1, ....b.". ...,." k
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YeI.O.lhtic Glm S
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3 PC. SaucePan :
FOOD CHOPPER ,,: .;' J/ hmblers '.'
I q trderluhets,., Smut $...peer., ....... Sets s \ 'J .... .
Slicot' .nd ttcoQuiclt .. ,.... 11', ., ,.'.
a J t .. r r run \ ','.'
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%" li .onei's Wim.sLimiiit \ I.... .': R.xr I.d r s"I .4'ray'" --j.", "., -. ... :..

i I Mink Pill Slippers Sciffsocrylio ,. ti,,1 fI :;

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I 'ull. o.honod in 100 ;' ,,1.: Mea'1Rleeh I Eagle Eagle ::
Aoylio" All l oooulor .1./ .
.r ...5.... 14. Viitara Eagle. Sets -

..... "" werkshns EAGLE A.T.F.F Fluid Driveway Sealer

.. Oil rotjtttont toComimo .

EII wolf ,, l For Torqu.con. F
lonttruction use in I :
Ton brown col**, I I Beautify your drive* ;
or verters and fluid outo .
Snot froMi 6'''/ to 12 w ( I make transmissions, I ,1 it ...I way surface or any For asphalt sealing .:::.

Suitable for all I power pre serving & waterproofing.
steering unity too .
Mil's Two red & white orDIJ
treat BodiJkaipoi Ii liitkir loafers plostic flashlights ',:-- :s '..
PiptoBisiilBiz. "" / four batteries. ..-.-- '":
Hondtooio durobloItyhng -- ;:".., __ SO". .
." J II ( i 1 .._ _..,with Cordovonbrown gold Sa" ,e'. .:

.- Nil.Sviipkrku. 1% $.... ...I,l. block. M 1 S GALLONS :.

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UCKHM. TCI REd'', Why?. .

I Each Week

3 During Season Football WIN $50 .00. WEEKLY STARKE vs SANTA FE

GIVEN TO THE FIRST 6 GUESSING THE "Starke's Largest 1Q Wtflf Quality,, Jeweler

.' CLOSEST TO THE SCORE Of STARKE (BHS) .........1 _\\\bk'"hq/\\ ',""
1st _
: AND ITS OPPONENT. $35 00 $15 1 00
p .
Fill In the blank with your guess end bring to our star PnZI $.
; 5 p.m. Friday. proceeding game or get"t ration .
blank at our ttore. Every&ujy. E"J.JE" _--r- JVfegraph Employeei


1.ltIIl.elle.un ------
: During Football Season, Starke Builder' Supplies willgive FilIlt OutLast Nov from
III! p.- ----- --'---"'- TIRES
6 of' these Reg. size football each week FREE
Be sure to fill in this blank or get blank at our store t Week's Winners Ce..IgedMand .. ril&FilHTl.
1',1 lcMrrCi; 1: > | >i-H
have It in store by 5 this Friday. / $29 93
our p.m. First Place .
Cxi Hart-- VU'iil4PI .' II .
In of' 6 with
ease tie, first correct score w nearest I1 Terry CalnesStorke
correct score will win. Cull'"1 e"0 )"

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The Swttlett Strawberries TWs SUt! HHWII

rr_ l #a fcS R Bradford Wins 6th ,

Bumps OP 2716

Bradford High ." .." .... .c. ..

griddera ran up a ,

four touchdown ,
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Orange Park for ,,-,. .' ,
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their sixth win Fri- i'j.i
? ;jft ,
day night, then let :

down and ended up ; ""

I : with a 27-16 win over ,wz :: '

H ;: the Raiders. ::{' ,.'t.: "f"\.r":,

Winning the toss of the coin, '
the Tornadoes elected to receive '
to open Orange Park's
homecoming contest and Immediately :
drove 76 yards to
Members of the 1971-72 Bradford High Cross Country tears or. from loft score with 5:19: left In the first '

to right (bottom row) J.ff.ry Neat, Froddio F.qua, Lorry Paterson, Eljah period of play. Bernard Brown IL .
Gainey and Carl Huntslnger. Top row; H.rb.rt VanSycl., Jimmy Andrews, took a nine yard pass from ,. .
Eddie Hazen for the \ ,
Mark Hodgot, Richard Fill Paul Parsons, Donnl Burch, Jimmy Colloy, TD.quarterback ; w

Coach George Loper, Mike McRa., and John Kinnoy.
Orange Park got off only one T
offensive play for three yards .
before a fumble which BUS .
tackle Bobby Dyal recovered: .ct

Red Runners Three minutes later the Tornadoes .... ,. '

Big had driven 43 yardsto .... ... .\
their second touchdown, this .. .
o one coming with 1:07: left In A' .
the period and on a 33 yard '

First District pass from Hazen to running f. .>.. '''''' ,- .. ........ "." -. ..... .
Win back Malachi Henry. Gary Mel-

vln BHS Kicked led 130.the extra point and Malachl Henry eludes would-be tacklers and scrampfirst half against the Raiders, but failed to see action

ers 49 yards setting up the Tornadoes first score of the In the second half with a head injury( I
Next time they had the ball night. Henry picked up 90 yards on 13 carries in the
Title the Tornadoes drove 77 yardsto

Cross Country score, running at will on this time at the Raider 40. Two plays later fullback Brad
the Raider
defense. Big play In six plays BUS drove to the Carter exploded through left
was a 49 yard run by Malachi six inch line before time ran tackle got a downfield block
Henry with a good block to out with another down to go. from Casklns, and raced 35
spring him from tackle Randy yards for the fourth BUS touch-
Bradford's Cross Country a 13:20: clocking. Rounding out chlevlng this goal and contrt- Gasklns which gave BUS a first OP came out struggling In down. Melvin added the point EPIIEr
team won its first District the top five were Charles Robuted emeasureably to them- down at the OP 26. Melvin the third period as BIIS let after and BUS led 27-0 with w
Championship Saturday as berta and Chester McNeal- and selves the team as a group added the PAT and BHS led down. The Raiders, using end 5:57: left In the third period .I.1.1r.I.I
Bradford hosted the District Ocala Vanguards in times: ol and the school and communl 20-0 at the half. sweeps by big sophomore run r
HI Class AA and Class AAA 14:31: and 14:36: respectfully. Bradford will go on to Titus- Joey Branson Intercepted the ning back John Flowers, drove With Flowers and Marc Frith
State Qualifying Cross Country Coach Loper said that he was vllle Saturday, November 20th first of two passes from his 32 yards before Branson Intercepted running the ball Orange Park
Championships at the Mid- specially proud of every boy for the State Championship In Unebacklng position with\ two his second pass at continued the struggle. They .I.Itre
dle School site on the team. "They accom- ..wbat.abould be a really tough minutes left In the half, givingthe the BUS 35 yard line and returned drove around the Tornado. ends .
" -. In.the.last' several ,-year pUshed something" unique In ameet for the Big Red team. Tornadoes the ball again.Kitchen's It to his 48. for 52 ,yards for*their1 first "
I ill)IS has been runner-up In the touchdown quarterback Robert
,1" District qualifying but this was Hawkins going the final eight
the .first ;time ever accordingto yards for the tally with 2:18:
Coach George Loper that Wins left In the first period.OP .
Bradford has won It. Flag Tourneypass
The District HI class AA scored again In the fourth
race was at I 10( a.m. with Union after Hawkins Intercepted: an ,
County of Lana Butler taking Eddie Hazen pass at the 50.

first place with 25 points. Kitchen's Tile of three .. ... .. ......... ... They first drove to the BIIS
:;4 Gainesville's P.K. Young was Starke teams participating 17 before they were stopped.
J second at 33 points and Dun- won From the 17 the Tornadoeshit ,
straight Saturday to become ,
nellon and Newberry third and the OP defense three times,
champions of the First
Tourth. Annual but ended up six inches shortof
Jaycee Flag Football
North Marlon was a distant Tournament a first down. BIIS' Steve
played at West Side
I' second to Bradford In the class Park hero. vvto Strickland punted and Hawkins .
AAA race with 48 points and called a fair catch at his own .- '
Ocala Vaguard third with 52 Kitchen's defeated the Holly 43. :ola. :a-: : fi-
: points. Ocala Forrest failedto Hill Merchants of Daytona ( J. Two big plays plus a 15 yard Henry lowers his head and bulls his to a II
show for the meet. Beach 19-13 for the champion- roughing the passer penalty; yard gain. Henry sustained a head injury on this second quarter
I Team captain Richard Fill ship. gave Orange Park its second play and was out the second half.
and Donnie Burch paced Brad- The champions had a tough t I touchdown. Hawkins ran 21
5A .
time In their second with ... ..""" yards to the BUS 36 as he
ford to first place In the class tackle before OP's Marc Frith Henry and Carter also com-
AAA race with 27 points. the Independents of Starke, but ... turned a big loss on a passIng made the stop. Frith was In bined their running talents and
Bradford finished 2,3.6,7.9,11 Randall McGee Intercepted two ,. play Into a gain. Then the on just about every Orange the good blocking of the Tor-
and 19 In the race following passes and ran one back 65 penalty; put the ball at the BIIS Park tackle from his line- MOO offensive line for the third
I the race tactics of Loper.: yards for a touchdown, to give 22.On backer position. BUS score which came on the
captain Ktcnard Mil was sec Kitchen's the edge. The Tire. the next play Flowers tooka llazon passed to the right 77 yard drive. Longest gain
ond In 13:50.: Donnle Burch Co. defeated Mac's Bar of Day- pltchout around his left end flat to Bernard Brown for sev- was Henry's 49 yard run which
tonal Beach 39-32 In its first on a 22 yard scoring Jaunt.
was 3rd In 14:13. Mark Hod- en yards and a first down on came on a trap-draw play In
OP added second two point
ges 6th In 14:49.: Paul Par- game. a the second play. Then on his which he cut to the sidelineand
conversion. Flowers running
The action began Saturday r favorite off tackle spot Car-
sons 7th In 14:51. LarrY Peterson '
this one. for its 16 points. almost got loose except:
ter banged through for
morning with Southern Air of seven
9th In 14:55 Jimmy
lauley: 11th In 15:10: and Carl: Gainesville defeating Badcock's Bradford High racked up 239 yards to the BIIS 43 before that Robert Hawkins had the .'
Hunsinger 19th at 16:10.: of Starke 32-26. The second .. \ yards on the ground plus 111 Steve Basford could drag him angle on him.Branson's (

"Fill and Burch were to go game saw Kitchen's whip Mac's I more in the air as QB Ilazen down.
out fast In the first mile," Bar t. f' completed nine of 15 passes, Henry got four yards and a second Interception : -
said Loper." And the rest were Holly Hill then made Its entrance : fir' a 60 per cent average. It gave first down at the BIIS '47, then gave HI IS the ball on the
Tornado 48 In the third
to stay together as fast and as Into the tourney by beatIng BIts a total of 350 yards of- Carter exploded through the period.
Raider Carter banged over right tack-:
Southern Air 25-18. The Independents fense. defense for 16 yardsto
long as they could.
"They couldn't have followeda of Starke, after a Orange Park had 180 yards the Raider 37 before safety; le for II yards on first down,

script better and It paid off first round bye, then played rushing, virtually all of It com- man Robert Hawkins made the then Bernard six Brown carrieda around
especially where It counted Kitchen's to see which of the ing In the second half when the stop. pltchout yards
most. In the last half mile of two Starke teams would face Champions of the first annual Joyce grid tourney Is Starlce's Kitchen's Till Tornadoes played Just only as Henry hit for four yards three right end to the Raider drive 35.
the third of the
the race." Holly Hill for the title. team. Kneeling (I l-r): Dennis Hall, John Powell, Lynwood Kitchens, and Steve. hard as they had to In orderto straight times, then got five, On then. Carter play suddenly exploded -,

In finishing 2,3,.6,7,9, and 11, Kitchen's led 13-7 at the half. Thomas Standing: Willie Crlggs, Larry Mercer, Randall McGee, Bill Belote, and preserve their victory. and Carter added 10 yards tothe through the secondary and
Fill, Burch and !Parsons Peterson But with a little over two minutes Gen Melvln. "We let down." said Coach Raider 15, Then It was outran OP's :Ned.; Pike Into the
and Cauley made the all left In the game Kitchen'swas David Hurse. third down and three Inches to endzone.

district team. down 2019. from Glenn Paulson toXynidls. Larry Mercer, Bill Belote John Powell, Steve Thomas go for a first, and QB Hazen
DonnIe Cox of North Marion On third down Randall Paulson then hit Rick sneaked two to the
a pass Gene Melvin, Randall McGee, Dennis Hall, and Willie Crlggs. Fullback Brad Carter had his yards 13.
took first place In the race with McGee picked off the ball Webb for the extra point and best night of the season with But then an Illegal procedure STATISTICS
and ran It back 65 yards fora Holly Hill led 13-12. 132 yards rushing In 22 car- penalty; and a three yards loss
Turkey Season touchdown to put Kitchen's ries. He was the team's work- on a fumble which flaxen recovered BUS OP
tile In the lead. With time running out Kit Coaches Quiet horse Friday on his off tackle pushed BUS back to First Downs 16 9
Dates ChangedOn Fighting back, the independents chen's began moving the ball slants, especially after Mala- the Haider 21. Yds Rushing 239 180
started moving the ball down the field. On a third down chi Henry was Injured and did Going to the air lIazen passed Yds Passing HI 8
downfield, but McGee Intercepted and 19 rtav. Belote fired the not play In the second half. over the left lido to tight end PC-PA-P1 8-15-1 6-13-2
landing another pass and Kitchen'shad ball Into the end zone to Gene Charles Wright but threw Justa Fumbles Lost 0 1
It won. Kitchen's went on Melvin who caught the ball falling On OP Gamepond Before he left, Henry car- shade too high. On third Punta 1-31 1-27
ried 13 times for 90 yards. down he swung a short pnes
Hunters planning to hunt on to score again time ran out, down, putting Kitchen' up Penalties 80 40
out to Carter In the left Hat
lie had 6.9
a yard average
Ma- making the final score 31-20. 1813. Belote then hit Larry
the Wildlife
Camp Blandlng
Mercer with the extra point and Friday and Carter a 6.0 ave- and the fullback ran 12 yards
nagement Area change are reminded In dates That victory set the stage Kitchen's led 19-13. rage. Henry Is the Tornadoes' to the Raider nine yard line. Score by Quarters:
an Important for the finale, which proved an Big Red coaches had Ire:! with consistent play. leading ball carrier with 756
the one-week turkey seasonIn Hazen
for the exciting contest with Kitchen's Kitchen'. defense played tight to say about their team's sixth "It was the worst over-all yards for the first nine games. On fourth and down then,to Ber- BUS 13 7 7 0 27
rolled passed
area. right
yard ball It held Holly Hill and victory: of the season Orange defensive effort of the "
Turkey may be hunted on the scoring first on a liven as over season, nard Brown standing alone In OP 0 0 8 8 16
pass from Bill Belote to Gene took over the ball. With seconds Park. Coach Mike Sexton says. Linebacker Vernon Barber
area during the last week of the and Mercer took the ball Their Tornadoes "We again BUS tackler with the end zone for the first score.
Melvin. The PAT failed left. ran up a were not mentally prepared was
1971-72 to hunting Frank season H. Smith,accordIng Jr.-, Kitchen's led -0. from the center and ran allover 27-0 lead, then relaxed and allowed for the football fame, eight tackles and three assists Big plays to the second BIIS
wildlife blo- the field to run out the Orange Park to score and it showed"said Head coach Cornerback Bernard Brown had TD drive were a 12 yard pass Touchdowns:
Northeast Region Halfway through the first halt clock giving Kitchen's tNt twice In the second half. David Hurse. six tackles and four assists, to split end Wayne Tetstone to

loglst.Fish for the Commission Came and FreshWater Dates Kitchen's hit John scored Powell again on as a Be-19 championship .by the 19-13 Though they couldn't find much Both coaches however, had linebacker Joey Branson had the Raider 31. Then came the BUS- I 1) Brown, 9-yd. pass

of the final week of hunting In lote Th PAT score fault with the first half of praise for linebacker Joey four tackles and three assists, short pass to the right side from flaxen; EPkick failed.
Blandlng are January 3 through yard scoring pass. play the defensive let down Branson who Intercepted two tackle Bobby Dyal and end to Henry, who took the\ ball 2) Henry. 33-yard pass from
again failed. After the game, Dale Brown, dissipated much of the happiness passes and was In on several Charles Wright three tackles and ran down the right side- Hazen; EP- Melvin kick.: 3)
9.The Holly Hill got on th* board Jaycee official for the tourney of the win for the coaches tackles. For that work Bran- and three assists each. line for the score. End Charles Henry, 6-inch dive; LPMelvinkick
Commission originally before the half ended with a presented a runner-up trophy at least. son was named defensive line- Wright paved the way with a : 4) Carter, 35-yard run;
olanned to end the season on 10 yard pass from Bill Snyderto to Larry Hlngle for the Holly The Tornadoes dominated the man of the week. Looking sharper at the first terrifflc turn around block to EP-Melvlnklck.:
January 3 u stated In the regulation Stove Xynldls. The try for Hill Merchants..Wlnner' trophy ball game In the first half "It was Ms best defensivegame of the game as In the past spring Henry into the endzone.
pamphlet, but later extended the extra point failed and Kit was presented to Lynwood staying on offense: all but a few ," Coach Hurse said several weeks, the Tornadoes OP- 1)) Hawkins 8-yard run;
the general season thus chen's led 12-8 at the half. Kitchen's, manager and sponsor plays. "Branson moved better at line- lost no time In going to workon Wright got the hit of the EP- (2 pointer) Matheson. pass
changing the dates of the special of the Starke team.Receiving But In the second half It wasa backer than he ever has be- Orange Park. Henry car- week award for the block which from Hawkins. 2) Flowers 22-
Holly Hill scored first In Individual trophies different story. When called fore." the first offensive play
one-week turkey season on ried on OP defender on his yard run; EP- (2 points) Flowers -
Camp Blending.Smith said. the second half on a 60 yard on the championship team were upon the defense did not rest (See page 10)) and got five yards over right pock run.

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proved to be a poor host In Howard who added points First **"1" H : ::': '!! \ ;' !.\\'t"rR'" .,.' score 89 points In an hour long 20 yards for the touchdown and

slaughtering the Red Devils 67- to.the Tiger! cause, closed the Vds Rushlnsr 113 223 .;, \."""\ ' game. By an hour the Fee.Oept. then added the extra point for
8 In Suwannee conference evenings scoring on a 20-yard Passing 101 .' means straight clock 7-0 KFC load.Following .
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Hudson 5-11 and 180 pounds, Score by quarters: Punt 1-* '1-43 ,' ," ;: ,,: stop In Small Fry action at ball at midfield First Federal
scored four Jouchdowim and finished Wliiiston 0 0 8 0.8 Fum. lost 3 1 : : : took only three plays to go
the-nlght with 98 yardson Lake Butler28 22 7 10 67 Yds. Penalized 0 45 i all.Each team had possession of the 30 yards with David Patrick -

14 carries. Topping the TIger the ball seven times, and each going the final 13 for the
ground game was Bennie team scored all seven times. six pointer. The conversion
Boyklns who ground out 112yards fffffl fiNefca > Unfortunately for First Federal failed and KFC led 76.'
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23 carries. .. KFC had the ball first KFC on Its next possessiontook
Lake on Butler, now 6-3 startedthe And Activities From ....."..., .. ".... ..... "r',1'..-".-' ..,-':-''' 'r.--.,.'-, -"',.,,,,,..:: .n ......... and last and more Importantly three plays to score with
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opening! kick and marching down THE RECREATION CENTERKOCH John Flowers paced Orang. Park to a second half ri iy picking up 58 yard. on 7 following four of their seven down from 5 yards away. Dyal

field with Hudson going over carries. Flowers picked up over half of Orange Parks rushing yardage Friday night
from the four. Stouten Howard with 99 yards on 17 carries.
added his first of seven

extra kicks the
point giving
Tigers an early 7-0 advantage. BANTAM DRUGS TITLEKoch' WINS Jeff also added the extra point. pass at the goal line and returned .. point after touchdown failed and game would be the 1971 League
The first period ended with Conner Ins. closed the gap to It 80 yards for a touch- Builders trailed 13-12 with only Champs A X
the Tigers out front 280. Bill Drugs and Goodman'sStandard 13-7 when Bill Lundy passed down and the final score of eight minutes remaining to be Koch' Drugs won the toss,
Green chalked the second Oil met Thursday, to Lee Casey the play cover- elected to receive the opening
up 25-7. played.
Nov. 11, for the championship Ing 35 yards. Lncythen passedto Builders then kicked off toKoch' klckoff. Koch's returned the
Tiger score on a It yard gal of the 1971 Bantam Boys Foot-
Ricky Johns and Conner ball to the 40 yard line and
.STARKE BUILDERS 24 with the knowledge that
lop. Hudson then gained his ball League and Koch's surprisingly trailed only 137. Minutes later CONNER INS. 13 If they were to win they must on the first play from scrimmage -
second in a five lard dash, whipped Goodman's
Larry White moved Good- Jackson Prevatt hit Carl
Starke Builders and Conner get the ball, and
proceeding Kerwln Clyatfi. 27-9 to 'clalm the 1971 title. man's to a 19-7 lead on a 20 In. locked up In a real exciting Just that. They forced Koch'sto Hamm In the flat and Hamm .,
touchdown on a fumble recovery then sped 40 yards for a touch- ..
battle that was made punt and then In four plays lfI'1 1IIt;<
from 10 yards out. down. Prevatt then threw to \
closer than the score Indicates without a huddle Prevatt hit IP"' "
The second period tallies since Builders was behind with David Galnes In the end zone Kevin Tillman and the extra '. '. "V".....
came with Hudson on a two- point and a 7-0 lead. c.-:: r
only a few minute left In the for the winning as -
yard run, Jonathan Powell on time expired. Following Koch's kickoff to
another two-yard run and Ronny game.Builders had taken a 12-0 These two teams met four Goodman's, Goodman's ran two SMALL FRY FOOTBALL CHAMPS

Mack on a 20 yard pass play lead by the end of the first times and this victory was the plays and then passed. Carl
from Dale Green. t halt on two Dean Brown touch- first for Builders over Koch's. Hamm Intercepted the pass and Kentucky Fried Chicken- b-r) Mike Raley Bret Smith
Willlston, now 1-8 opened and downs. The first one came ona Koch's was In business at their Eddy Dyal, Duane Searle Lionel Edwards, Brian Baldwin,
closed their scoring all at the 1 pass to Brown from Jim RESULTS THURSDAY NOV. own 35 yard line. On the next Kenny McNeil. Not pictured: Matt Lundy Adam Lundy,

same time In the third porlod Prevatt good for 25 yards. The CHAMPIONSHIP GAME play Prevatt passed to Greg Kelvin Hamm, Mike Akrldge. '

with sophomore Mark Simmons second was a 35 yard run by KOCH'S 27GOODMAN'S Watkins for a touchdown that touchdowns, while First Fedthen passed to Duane Searle
nanotng a 12-yard aerial from Brown. 9 covered 45 yards. The extra eral could only convert suefor a 14-6 lead.
Jack Whltehurst. Mike Doerrran Conner, In the second half Koch's and Goodman's went point was not successful, butKoch's cessfully one time, therefore First Federal then took the
for the two point conver- made a game of It as Wade Into this game with the knowledge had a 13-0 lead with 15 the difference. in winning and ball and in one play Barry

sion. Winkler broke loose for 35 that the winner of this (See Page 18)) losing (S.. Page 1 18))
Hudson romped 10-yards mid- yards, then passed to Ricky
'way through the third period for Johns for the extra point and

his final score: and a Tiger .h a +Plhn Conner trailed 12-7. Conner
third quarter advantage of 57- scored again when Winkler
8. passed to Jay Godwin good
n for 45 yards and a 13-12 Con-
The-Tlgers continued: their 4 ner lead. ; J a STARKE'SLOWEST !
& +tfix.v'jy'fp
massacre when Dale Green, a" With only six minutes left

playing safety, picked off astray .. In the game Builders got the t" e i
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pass and galloped 86- lead back as Jim Prevatt threwa

for 40 yards and a 18-13 Sunders !

My Neighbors Koch' Drugs- Kneeling I-r: Mark Griffith, Timmy Morgan lead. Conner received the I
klckoff PRICES !
Dwayne Baldwin, Kevin Tillman. Standing: RexSlemer, and with only four min-
Greg Watkins Carl Hamm, Jackson Prevatt, Mike Kit utes remaining they began to
Olt chens. Not pictured: Bruce Wolfred Timmy Bryan, Joe move the ball very well and 320 S. WALNUT ST.
Just when It
P UTAYRILSjGeS Boyer. looked as though SUPERMARKETS
they would score: and win the
: Closed Thanksgiving Day, November 25th

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-, the title game with,ra -25-7 pM1t'' t fi xV y, 5 IB' HAMS .TURKEYS 6S< 1. i .r..:. '/'

"She's favorite with the win over the leaguers,.cellar,, CAN
team, Conner Ins. or
However,the was closer : :: :
than the score Indicates. .M } .. HIND QUARTERS
: 45 :49 j
.. ?
Goodman's was able to put only ..

klJ.FLORIDA one score on the board In the $36ft ...........::........ ........
first half via Larry White gal- //y' AVA'L"U.' IWln I 1 GRADE'A' .C i
6-0 half : a.AllW "ONn. I
lop and led. only at 'JfA"O IVANIr1 y
y- .. ,
time. DUC" """C"ON'I l
:100/ I
In the second half Goodman'swent .Pj:; I
THEATRE on top 13-0 with Jeffrey j r.:.. r. ,
Norman scoring the touchdownon

a.y30 jjrard. scamper and iw iii la Yn la un7n

Showtime-Weekday 7:00
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FRI., SAT., SUN. 301
Starke BuildersKneeling 1-r: Dean Brown, Jim Harper -
NOV. 19, 20, 21 Huey Lewis, John Cowart Tom Sheppard. Stand- j ;
Ing: Jeff Jockel, Doug Reddish Jim Prevatt, Stu Rayburn, nee sew Lltl
DRIVE-IN David Gaines, James Groves.

Z A METROGOLDWYN Pr BURT*nl II KENNEDY MAYER Show Begins At Sundown yard Very run.late In the game Conner game a pass David and Gaines returned Intercepted It fora i: Pantry Pride SlALlD.N.01.IUMNUSI LlOfILM ; ,'moor, PI E PET RITZ

was knocking at Goodman'sdoor FROZENSHELLS
PRODUCTION touchdown and a 24-13 win.
but White Intercepted a This was the final regular
FRI, SAT. NOV. 19, 20 ; COFFEE
season game and It climaxed a
Coaches Quiet very Interesting and enjoyable :
MOM fraranl>AK.tika-LMb Production ..-.
season, according to Davis.The = I I
KELLY HEROESFRANK On OP Win. league was very well balancedas CALL *
three teams had shot at LB
,,, 59 5
(From Pag. 9)) the championship as attestedby : ; 79

9NR1'RUGEORGE t Tackle Randy Gasklns was the team fact won that only the championship one game- 384.7511I BAG !!2" I PAK

named the best offensive lineman
.> more than the third place team. 1

PANAVISION'METROCOLOR Panawtiorfand I Melrocotof (GPJ Ing. for Gasklns his outstanding sprung Tornado block- four The games second, four place of team them lost by f.v yo4r LOW mctntmnAY LOW w/cf/ / UVHYDAY LOW man rvnnMr uvf man tmYDAY LOW mat

backs for long gains several
-- Mn Yn
only a or less and Yn
times with well executed down won their final four games.The 111 MUSSELMAN .D/ BY GREEN GIANTNIBLETS s? PET Aa unar
First Planet of the Apes. field blocks, coaches said. One > > > O SUCH
Then Beneath the Planet of theApes "- PLUS -- of Gasklns' blocks got fullback championship team was YELLOW CLINGPEACHES YORK APPLESAUCE
outscored: In total points by
And now,..
Brad Carter loose on his 35
the third place team and the TOPPINGSTRAWBERRY

MEET bAby Milo yard touchdown run. second place team. _ _
1 Carter got the best back a- Starke Builders totaled 206

who hAs ward for his running. In his points, Goodman's 188, and
best night of the season the Koch's 183 points. Conner Ins.
Tornado fullback gained 132 the league's last place team
wAshiNgTON yards In 22 carries. Some of scored only 72 points. I
the credit must go, however, to FINAL STANDINGSKoch's SWISSlIANONY 4/5lh !:
TERRIFIEd guard Joey Branson and Dennis Drugs 8-3-1, Goodman's 8-4, .Otl-CHIONtl QUART.MltHl.l.m Ripe u.s. NO. 1 I.
Crawford who have the off- Starke Builders '1-5. Conner WINES '
tackle plays go better in the Ins,,0111. 99 : WHITE I
past several games with their EVERYDAY !LOW PRICtl' ANANAS
e effective trap blocking .
STARKE BUILDERS 18 --- --- ------ !
End Charles Wright was given KOCH'S 13 I .M.O.... '.. .... II POTATOES I
the best hit award for his nr arm
In the second game of the day I LANCER'S f' / I j
block of a Orange Park defen- CHAMPAGNE )
der on Malachi Henry's Starke Builders slipped byKoch's .s/M I VIN. ROSE, : IMooCOAST / r 1O i
-N.awe one 'Y III MNII
(: I
touchdown run. Wright turned Drugs, the team that ; 45 C.
0. back went on to win the league championship. oN..1.99 $2.88 .
on a pursuing Raider and
; ,, (::.t LI" La BULK
put him flat on his back. :
SUN., ,MON., NOV 21, 22 Wayne Testone was named The Builders took a 6-0 lead OVER 7000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES I" "
early as Jim Prevatt scored I
beat defensive back for his from 18 yards out. Koch's regained I IONA'HAN I r.InN IS
WILBUR THE 24, 197
p.lay against the Tet-
the lead as Carl Hamm IAPPLES..4.L:039'11;
stone has been effective ,
BABY FACTORY game broke loose for 25 yards and 25
In and game out In the defensive the tying touchdown.Greg Wattle ivtirot* low ma> i HUIHI tour men imirs r tow men BONUS ..urtOIO.OIA tMUjHivi'm-'
secondary. circled end for the go a-
r :,- PLUS Best receiver award went to head point and a 7-6 lead. The SOLID IlaSWEET
running back Bernard Brown
half closed without further CREAM COOKEDSHRIMP :
4- 'DIARY OF A who caught two passes for 20 scoring.In B3OLEO POTATOES
yards.awards. CHEESE
ton Cenlurv Fat lrS8l1ri :" 'SWINGER"VRATED was passed up for the second half Jackson ,,1FeSh 14
fare Prevatt and Rex Slemer Connected -
his Orange Park
: on a 45 yard touchdown _
: x performance, linebacker Ver-
and a 13-6 Koch lead.
MlANEY non Barber led the Tornadoes I mir4r lowflnciMiyurojr tow met'imirrDjr low flier imrttnowniciiLESUIUR
No Down by seven points Builders -
One Under 18
; In tackles with 11, eight Individuals began to come alive and JOY >.MOUl OUJUI1T IMTIN_IVI CAMVASELINE< _
pE Admitted and three u I.ta. Cor- receiving the kickoff following CRANBERRY LIOOY'SPUMPKIN LIME COLGATE
nerbackBerdard'Br4wa\ was the Koch score: Builders beganto LIQUID SAUCE lARtr JUKIPEAS COMMAND I
. PANAVISION* R8VDWIII". fADM. right behind with 10 INSTANT
.. $1.25 tackles march and capped a 50 yard DITIROtNT
i Joey Branson had seven, Bobby drive with a touchdown as Jim / 17.1 29c
Dyal sand Charles Wrightsix Prevatt went In from 10 yards P CANS

M," and Carl Luther three. out. However, the try for the

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SAVE W __ _
M jB.U. Dohbt. ly A R e a 1i'

Friends of Orth Coiling will
regret to learn that he was
rushed to the V.A. Hospital
In Gainesville last Friday night.
We pray that he la soon well
and able to return home. f
Carlos Cason has returned
Alaehua General Hospital
buts still confined to hU 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Gordon
visited Woodle Klttler In the MATCHING
Gainesville Medical Center
Sunday afternoon. BUFFET PLATES ,
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat OR
were Christmas shopping In DESSERT DISHES i 'i IeFEF
Gainesville Friday afternoon. T 1IO.UIMM
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc-
Clellan and children of Jes- PE P IACN 39
sup, Ga. were Saturday and l
, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Sweat at the State Farm, _
and Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan jc- ____
In Lawtey.

Mr. and Mrs.Earl Dobbs at-
tended the Investiture programof BROc llBks PRICES GOOD THURS. NOV. 18 THRU WED. NOV. 24 'tru
Brownies at the Methodist "
Church InStarke Tuesday night IKE'Y' I r
and children were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tarletonand 1"-/1 WD BRAND U.S.D.A. GRADE 'AREDIBASTED '
family. In the afternoon they
all visited the Olustee.Memorialat

Mrs.Olustee.Mary Freeman had as Turkeys
weekend guests[ Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Greene of Jacksonville.
The Young Adult Sunday
School Class of Raiford Baptist ,,._) 10 LBS. AND UP
Church enjoyed a chicken
supper at the Community Cen- 0 U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' QUICK '
ter last Friday to celebratethe FROZEN
birthday of their teacher -
H.G. Barrington. Approxi- : '' QUICK FROZEN
mately 35 attended.
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as
Saturday guests Ernest Free- t R d
man and son, Curtis Mrs.Ver- 10-14 Lbs.
non Sheldor and children, of
Jacksonvillel and Mrs. Alzy 17 LBS.
awthome.Mrs. .
Howard Register and AND UP
children of Lake City visi- Le.
ted Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs 1 SUPERBRAND FRESH + LB. M1
and Mrs. Joann Ciiffls Sun- FLORIDA GRADE 'A* N. "" N jF

day morning. ,
Visitors at Raiford Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Bar-
of and : Rib Roast $108 Stuffing *= 33e
rington Ocala Mr. Mrs.
Carra Starling and Mr. and 'tk lB. :

Mrs. Walter Boatwrlght of Live W.D BRAND PURE ((10 lBS. S5 69)) FESTIVAL

and After H.G.they Barrington visited 4. M 4L c 4 i. Ground Beef 5 LBS. $299 Fruit Cakes . 2 T : 99C


Mrs. William Mrs. Alzy Greene Thomas on a visit and- DOZEN Fof 5; Pork Hams LB.58c Pineapple 4 CANa $100
to Mr. and Mrs. Warren # . .

Hershey and family In Lake y I e FULl QUARTER LOIN SLICED ASTOR

Butler Bob Taylor deepest Saturday family sympathy afternoon.Our on death the '' Pork Chops .. 68C Fruit Cocktail .4 ss $1 00

Of Mrs. Taylor's brother B.
M. McRae In Starke.
Friends of Woodle Klttler
will be Interested to learn that
he underwent + M
.at the *
Monday.Gainesville Medic Center GOLDEN Ripe Bananas . lB.10c 1 "" "., ', (M :, SAUCE

Mrs. Grace Kelly accompanIed -

and a Mrs.ytiilt Mrs.Mary to her Odom Lou family.Christmason In Glen-Mr. RED Delicious OR GOLDEN Apples .11 FOR 89 -J( ., DELICIOUS PEAS !!t)

Fresh Ambrosia e . JAR 89 f SAUCEPUMPK

JacksonvilleBusiness MINCE MEAT OR '.s \ 1 ot.
; CAN 28C


AF 16-ox.CAN

DirectoryAuto 17-.s.
$ 'r CAN

U '(

Sales and Service : r

Parrish MotorsSALES 20-oz.. ,\\


Always Good'Vied Cars 3 13 ot.PKGS. $100] Butter -a: 68c ICE CREAM i'
1)21) Lure St. Pk. 354-504 : .


ELECTRIC MOTORS 4 29-01. $100] Pumpkin I's 18C ) SAVE 38c
CANS . t
PEAVY Brothers $

Electric Electric Motors Co., Apple Rings 3 I:';;' $100 Peaches CAN 28C j /1.. HALF I 1

Sold Serviced Repaired
Generators Stater Armature All GRINDS Limit 1 with$7.50 or mart purchase excluding' cigartllti GALS

Rewinding. Instant Coffee I IAOR' $139 .
4044 Lenox Jax 387-2.>28 Astor Coffee CAN 58C ; J '


PIANOS YAMAHA PIANOS Flour . 5 6 s 49c Cake Mixes 3 ': G3';'.$100

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32.... BOTTLE I lilt. BAG 29 01. CANSTHRIFTY I 100 COUNT I 7 of PKG 1
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What Will These NEW BOOKS
At The LibraryADULT

Think Of Nexff A Rose For FICTION Virtue, Lofts>>;
": '" Tristan Herve-Bazln( ); Pale
,I,' Gray For Guilt (MacDonald>>;
\1 Walk A Black Wind (Lynda>>;
Initiates Use Fork Lift To Crash Gate
'. The Infiltrator Nicole} )); Don't
tt a ""i. Look Now (DuMarler}); Bear

"An armored fork lift Just trig trouble steering the forklift lift Into t the rear end of a Island (MacLeanliBad> Trip
went)through my gate,"prison ,, which Is controlled: by the t tractor trailer which was (Roos); Farragan'e) Retreat
CuartfMichael Mathers notified rear wheels." parked behind the building. I (McHale>>; A Journey To Sa-
the astonished Florida State At one point the cumbersome : J: >" halln (McConkey): The, Golden
Prison control: room personnel lift ran up on the sidewalkfor The prisoners then fled on -i' Ball (Christie): The Concrete
about 6:33 p.m. Saturday. a distance of about IS feet foot headed in a northeasterly 0 ), "",:,. .., ,<.. .. : Boot (Royce)); beer Run (Con-
Many change sights have beenHell but got back on track and head direction along New River. : \" '. nolly); Trespasses Bailey)};
In and around the prison ed directly for the first of the \; ; Betrayed; By Rita HayworthPulg
In recent years but perhaps two closed gates at the guard Gyger who tad( served 17 .. : ( }; Quartet (Rhys); The
none more bizarre than the tower. month of a two-year term on ... Mortal Immortals (Criitabel)
vehicle in which two white prisoners When they hit the gate full an escape charge from HUlsborewgh \ Trap '6 (Ransomed Early
-- Rex Cyger, 28. and force: it sprung open and the County, and McDonald ir'J'' Spring (Hazel)); The Committed
Wallace McDonald. 43; -- fork hit spun around. Maters serving ten year for robberyIn ''' .,. Men Harrison); A Geor-
crashed through two chain link fired round Into the door side Duval County were Inmate. Cat. Whr Escap gian Love Story (Raymond)); Six
..... facing River Road while which had the thinnest/ wall worker in the furniture factory Nights; A Week Qlawes);; We

Mathers tried In vain to atop of metal plate. This failed to when the fork lift and top was covered with three layer ..... ,'.. Speak No Treason CJarman}
them with shots from a 30- stop the prisoners, who got the sheet metal used to armor *, me front and rear had tower Burning (Johnson): A Storm Of
30 carbine. the vehicle back on course and plate llt were obtained. four layer, and t the side that Fork Lift Spears (Marin), The PotlatchRun
The young guard could hard- continued through the second would be facing the tower a* at the (Price)); Out Of The Death
ly believe his eyes when he Kate also springing it open. It Is believed that the men the lift approached the gate entered Bag In West Hollywood (Tul-
sighted the fork lift ordinarily Mathers fired two more also used welding equipmentIn was covered with six layers. body of City, where passen lius). The Face In :The Shadows -
used for hoisting heavyloads rounds as the fork lift was the furniture factory to assemble Seams were finished with an- showed was I stolen apparently Johnston). I
In the prison furniture In the fence-enclosed area between their "tank" which A peep silt about guard ( time.
factory, approaching the gate the two gates, and a prison officials said could be six ghee long and one Inch prisoners took the truck ADULT NON-FICTION
at sentry! tower No. 32 at "fullthrottle' fourth round aa they drove the done In a short time. wide, was cut In the front plate The have doubled back Fifteen 'Men On A Powder I
(about 30 mph). lift across River Road and head- for visibility and was shieldedby sprung\ direction In which: they Keg (Boyd)>; A Moment In history -
aboutSO yards ed Into the motor pool The door side of the lift headed. Prison dogs
"They were area. protective visor of half- made of (Ashabranner);Jennie:The
a :
away when I first saw them," They circled' around the fire was shielded by two layer Inch ateel.The wire : : out within min Life Of Lady Randolph ChurchIll -
Mathers said "and were hav station' and smashed the fork of ten-guage steel plate; the that a the breakthrough, Vol. 2 (Martin); The Poems
through unable to pick up the Of Dylan Thomas (Thomas);
Allls-Chalmers lift was within the escapees ran An Ultimate Retreat(Erno;: )> The
Our editorial. diesel power and has a lifting .- spection, ( out of the water while Real Isadora (Seroff);;Theodore
a about one too. through New River[ Roosevelt (Grantham); BalletOf
Comedians (Arnott)); Any ,
atts one Can Go To College (Live- ;
sey); Winners Got Scars Too: "
I. Point of view To Arrest The Life And Legends Of Johnny '
J Cash ((Wren); Wunnerful,
Warm Wunnerfull (Welk); The United
\\n' States And China. (Falrbank>
who stand on Cleopatra (Lindsay); How To
J live dangerously and Make Speeches For All Occasions -
arrested, the Florida (Zelko)> Sunset Guide
I Patrol warns. To Organic Gardening; Patio
How Now Mr. ABOUT [ PettigrewWhether \J ( rules, and drivers who Colonial Furniture (Gottshall);
the roadway to pick Careers And Opportunities In
can expect troopers The Medical Sciences(Freese));
you like Hubert Humphreyor atlon of "minimal voter support" remains about : action In an effort to Addicts And Drug Abusers; The,
not-- and apparently there are many a secret. We haven't heard of The thing OUR 1 Bradford want to talk County men ; accidents and protect Gentlemen Negotiators (Zem-

in the South who don't--. seems to any "Pettigrew polls" woulditumnhrev'e now Farm la Bureau Federation. I to tell warning said. an>; Cook It Quick (Hawkins);
ofthat each one must stand clear The Great American Food Hoax
us that Florida Speaker of the, House termine the degree think It .Is worth talking about Your )> The
and not walk (Margollus Pursuit Of
Richard Pettigrew reached the heightof or lack of it. because, a* of Nov. 15 we County have SIll right hand side with Wilderness (Brooks); The

presumptuousness last week when he 428 member In Farm Bradford Bureau Kelly of traffic in violation Homeowner's Survival t Kit[
Invited Sen. Humphrey out of Florida's Secretary of State Richard B. Stone, A single Included the entire Gaskln, rules. Drivers[ (Watklns)); Two Islands: Grand
Presidential Primary next March. a non-voting member of the six-man So with 428 membership tis to pick them up must Manan And Sanlbel (Scherman);
family.! ,
bipartisan committee that will submit there must be between 12 Titus of the roadway, not Macrame' (Meilach), The Future -
and ') with traffic. Of The Oceans (Frled-
Somehow we had the Idea that this names of any presidential candidatewho and IS hundred persona repre and connect mann); The Space Dealers

was a free country, and all those is recognized by the national sented. surer, ( pedestrians are not Otoyt); Hamilton (Cantor);
could run who are qualified to do so news media as a serious contender I like to talk about Farm Bur- \ This means no hitch- Man's Dominion (Graham); Old
regardless of how Stone might con- eau because It U and without most question = with the limited access high- Age: The Last Segregation
sider the candidate's chances. farm the leading oriented active and Is It is unlawful for (Townsend)); Cheerleadlng And
In his rather astonishing statementMr. organization regular to stop their vehicles Song Leading Humphrey); The
in Florida and the
probably can't .. to pick up or Infinite River (Amos) Wildlife
Pettigrew said In Miami that Sen. ;
That Is it should be. Certainlyit U.S. In Florida
as our membership I said Preservation (Street), Bird
Humphrey has "minimal voter sup. is not Mr. Pettigrew's prerogativeto Is 50000. Farm Bureau going to \ Ambulance (Thomas): The Appliance
Vice"Presidents, and that the former make the determination and decide is known nationally as "'!be each Cookbook Bumagln: )>

entry Into the primary personally who should be on the ballot Voice of Agriculture! did not NEWS The International Beauty Book

would only do more to splinter .on-the-basla his off-the-euCCjudg- ... Farm Bureau leaden are 1* (Roth);; ,The Low-Upkeep Book
'tboaewtIo make thing happen..There. year a* ) or Lawns_And (
divided l Landscape
an already :
party ',
ments.* .... ,.aremany, peoplewhowatch \ may now purchase "
.! '1' plan dayl"D .
finished second In Florida In 1968 'things-happen.-and unfortunately periodic '>t home and:'.slot'.to r,!Th !a1dJr1 :

with a heavy Democratic vote from Dade This Is no brief for Senator Humphrey a greater number Farm lg with a GI loan'ac-

and Monroe counties, pushing him past except that we think he Is entitled who have no Idea what baa knows to Veterans M. T. Dixon Affairs di for- ADULT REFERENCE

Gov. Wallace, who was third. to a fair chance at the voters, happened. Aa we go through position One of Florida. Activities[ Program For Sen-

Just what gives Mr Pettigrew the If and when he so desires. We'd say this Bradford year with County Farm we BureauIn want a to $10,000 can be ior Citizens (Fish)) The inter-

right to speak for the voters of Flo- as much for any man, providing he everyone to know what the organization have not on a mobile home national Flag Book In Color

rida, and how he made his determin. meets the qualifications has happened.Our 1 Ia. doing and what day work. I to by$17,500 qualified can veterans be ap, (Pedersen

Into the both a lot and mo-
Bradford County Farm
I Bureau program Is planned and free are purchased VA Dlx- JUVENILE FICTION
History out. guarantees
RepeatsShades carried on by an eleven man that per cent of the loan Thursday's Child (Streat-
would Mustanger
board of director In additionto VA fleld); The Black
that meet
of Ezra Taft Benson! In commenting on the Butz nomi- secretary, treasurer, vice cause a. spe- (Wormser Emmet (Politi>
president and president. This they get How Do You Hide A Monster
nation, Senator Fred Harris D-Okla) interest rate on mo
board meet in the Agricul- (l President Nixon's nomination of Earl said: "He's the best example of the ture building the second monday this is 10.75 per cent. Street (Stolz)); Mrs. Frlsby And

L.Butz as Secretary of Agriculture is big, rich corporation against the small evening each: month. me an and the permanent interest Im- The Rats Of Nimh (O'Brien);
stirring up a hornet's nest of criticism farmer. Getting rid of his stock Is The salary: for these twelve all the IJ The Bear And The People(Zlm-
-- and Justifiably so. not going to change that" meetings Is the satisfactionof leatov. per for cent loans same on con-as nik); Beaver Valley ( Edmonds;
having an Interest in a progressive : One homes. Jingo DJango (FleIschman)> Out
watching There ( ) Little
Mr. Butz, a big corporation execu- our county passes home purchased with[ House In The Big Woods Wider
tive with a past record of anti-little- The president of the National Far- We know you will be inter- its 1 loan, accord- ); Lassie Cpme Home

farmer programs, was one of.. If not mers Organization said that Butz would ested In knowing who these I have ,and must 10 be feet at wide.least (Knight); Bicycle.- <_Mystery
the chief architect of Secretary Ben- "throw government support toward a meet VA standards (Warner) I Need; A Friend O Kafka -
son's hard-fisted farm policies that policy of liquidating all but 600,000 to location and ); The ton*Trail Home(Dur-
farmers In the U. S. hundreds fey), The Lazy Dog (Hamberg-
always seemed to favor the big farmers of 7(. it's a Martha
By er ; Do You Want To Be My
at the expense of the small ones. thousands of rural community businesses :.; .J.... ?wo..n'.1 County purchasers to Vfor a Include certi-: Friend? (Carle)); Three Aesop
and )
thousands of our small ..
Home eligibility, 2) check- Fables (GaldoneJ;; 'J 1 he Extraordinary -
Mr. Butz's connection with large towns. (! / VA minimum specifi Adventures Of Chee

companies dealing with agriculture Chee :lcNerney tNevlnk The
been attacked by several U.) S. Sena- 3)) locating a mobile Headless Cupid (Snyder).
tors as a possible conflict of interest, Sources In the Agriculture Committee Getting ready for the holidays I meets specifications,
which must with family get-together details for rental
and his announcement Sunday night that approve or rejectthe Sift
nomination, said that several sen- Is usually a time for some exceptional sift twice of a site, and JUVENILE: NON-FICTION;
he had notified four of the corporationsof ators view Butz's past record as being meals. We like to cream for a loan through Four Flags Over Florida
his Intention to resign doesn'tdo anti-farmer and preserve tradition with favorite beating lender.The lend- Olarter); Gases (Cobb> You
much to lessen this concern. You predicted what one recipes and still try new well. Add follow through to ob- And Your Camera (Jacobs);
can't change overnight the thinkingand called "a bloody fight" over the nomi- and often exciting dishes. Usually beating approval of the Indi- Wild Animal Rescue: (O'Dono-

philosophy of a man with Mr.Butz' nation. at this time of year we dition. DIxon says. VA ghue>, Fractions Are Parts Of
are giving you turkey thawing Add carry with It, 30 Things (Dennis)); Warm Up! For
connections.The Instructions and dressing recipes a time guarantee. Little League Baseball(Shirts).
The day of the family farmer was and suggestion for stor DIxon says, is per-
Nixon nominee Is a former ing. This information is avall- stantly. guarantee home loans
about washed up during the administration but will have to pour loans mobile homes
or present director of the Ralston- you request floured : on Man Thrown
of Mr Benson. Whether the
and Viet-
Give a''call at -
Purina Corporation, the J. J. Case It. u* one a / !
final few could survive a round with and servicemen
964-6554 or drop a card to Box From Car
Farm Machinery Co, Stokley-Van Mr. Benson's understudy is a matterof 267, Starke and we will be glad loaf pan. 181 days of active ,
Camp Food Co., and the International serious doubt. But perhaps the Republican to send you the Information.We Bake ening In or provided any part of InjuriesAre
Minerals and Chemical Corporation, administration planned it that have a couple: of items to degrees I service Is after Jan-
a leading fertilizer producer., share, and they might become [ 1955. Also eligible are MinorAn
way family traditions with you i minute* n and Korean vet.
Place over 90 days ser
This Cranberry Orange Relish 5 mlnu.. they have not elderly Jacksonville man,
1s very tasty and easy to edge of used their loan eli Authur Paul Everasol 64, escaped -
prepare. Mrs Lola Johnson pan with only minor''' Injuries -
shares this recipe Grind together tect Monday after being thrown
Bradford k :7bv 2 oranges with 1 poundof rack to : from his moving car in wreck
The County
fresh cranberries. Mix with esw.ll on US-301.
be two divisions[
l/l :
TELEGRAPH 0 cups sugar Of course when (10-17 ) will
years play
you let this chill several
day : Pre-Junlor(7-9yrs) Eversol and Robert A. Faulk-
ESTABLISHED 1879 \ It seems the flavors blend. You 9 holes. ner of Marblehead Mass ,",retaken
t"Qh,6ifie know its good by Itself- but oh, My the tournament a to the Bradford County
with turkey or most any poultry .werd.llresentatlon Hospital where they were both
2 dish It is good This make held at the club house treated and released.

as"sss You ought to be'quiet and 1.50: per person for
Now we all like pound cake- According: to Trooper S.P.
( *) and no charge
Dk1S'JE S S do nothing ruhly.Act.( be It coconut. sour cream or Burnett of the Florida Highway
FLO A 19:36): ). chocolatebut: Mr. Martha Juniors. All male Jun- Patrol, Eversol was parked on
the club (7-17))
i Smith share this cream cheese are eli Ute west shoulder
of the highway
AS S OC" AT play, so if your.father
Often we wish we could reoH. pound .Cake.! Martha wanted to headed south when he made
stress the fact that do check with the pro a left turn In
you get attempt to crossover
tract something we have saidor : : a senior partner.
/ '
done.When we feel this way, 2 cakes from this recipe.: Don't Sunday. Dec. 5--ano Ms 1957 to the Rambler median. Instead
.- it Is time, right then, to take inch to tube.put It all !in' one 10- big Guest-Member In the aide by the was Faulkner'vehicle. struck

an idea of truth that will free and supper So all On
E.L. MATTHEWS, EdIJ! Publl.h.r Cream Chew Pound/ Cake- Impact the Ramb-
start looking for
Published ooefi Thwrt ;'ay ord *nt.'.d CIS Second us from hasty or unwise decisions 3 sticks butter, soft (or margarine t w invite. Names avail ler spun around throwing E-
... Class Mott.r at th.-Post>> Office at Stork., Florida and actions. Let' pauseunder ), a cup sugar, 0 egg, pro shop. versol from the car
". Act of March 3rd, 1879. first and make sure that oui one 8-ounc package cream of Directors will
Subscription" ,In trade ,,.':'fl\\ year, $5.00 Outside actions will be wise, right and chMae (CI'oom' tempsr.b > meeting Monday Eversol was charged with!)
trad or..i 1 year. $5.90. good so as to be a blessing to .teaspoon soda a y.1ItIect' /. you'd 22, at 7 p.m. In the pesitlon Improper start from ,la par edk

ourxvlvea: and our neighbors. cab flour, I .teaspoon limos", ears all ........ ,.

s .-41,412 TcI."Anh Nov 18. 1971


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flomtnffyNesBy$11yabeth :.' : ,''lI: i"L' ',.,1'//I"N' 0' ,'.r' .B"c'S'1)I ', C'\rj'. .;: : D' '''.. ) .." ,;

NOTICE OF' marked "Bid for Radio Equip County; Civil Defense Director.
,REGISTER Beulah To All Persons InterestedIn ment". For exact specificationsand Gilbert S. Brown
-Gin... Walker Notice Is hereby ;Deputy Clerk M. Moody The Estate Of Said Decedent added Information,call 964- Clerk I
the undersigned, 11/25 : 5457 or contact the Bradford. 111/18 2t 1125MUSTANG
visions of Chapter You are hereby notified! that -
DELL CHAPTER 168 the Appreciation Program at pert will be In attendance Sun of Florida, Acts of Publication November 4, a written Instrument purportIng -r-
Dell Chapter 168 will hold New Bethel for Rev. Davis day. The next service, which register with the to be the Last Will of
its regular meeting. Thursday Friday night before the Dm will be the fourth Sunday will Circuit Court In and Alice II. Mcintosh, deceased
night Nov. 18. at 8 AU County; Judge's Court has been admitted to probateIn
pjn. Sunday In December: the members start the new conference year. ford County; Florida
members art asked to pleas Bradford County Florida. this Court. You are hereby
Ebenezer will honor the of publication of this
be present and on Urn,. Bust- pastor with *- commanded within six cal "The Competition Makers11
an appreciation: the fictitious name
ness of vitallmporfance.: Each pro- Re: Estate. of Alice H. endar months from the date
gram. member Is asked METALS CO. under Deceased. of the first publication of this
pay $5. All members
are My Neighbors
am engaged In .E TO CREDITORS notice In
NAACP NOTICE asked to please cooperate with \: to appear this Court
The will be this activity; for success. STARKE:, FLA. : creditors of the Estate and show cause. If any you 65 x 12 WINSTON: 2 bedroom lion)
held at Newel Baptist Greater Bethlehem Free Will Bishop" Jr. & H.A. H. McIntosh deceased can, why the action of this den Gold Spanish interior dclunr: < cirpvi
Church November 22 at 7:30.: Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper P.O.Box 1134 hereby notified! and re- Court In admitting said Will Reduced from SSOSO: to $7200
The speaker will be Rev. T.McPherson. Williams pastor. Senior Choir 32091. to file any claims or to probate should not stand .
t B. assistant Astor rehearsal each Monday night Dated this I day of which they may have unrevoked. 60 x 12 WINSTON :2 bedroom 1--. ;;;
I of Bartely, Temple United Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board 1971 at Starke said estate In the Of. Theron A. Yawn kitchen' dining area, full plcxi..slciv. front' buy
No. 2 Florida. of the County; Judge of County; Judge In and For Brad
Methodist Church. Gainesville meet each Tuesday night. educed! 'from $6800 to 15995
ford FloridaBy
11/25 Florida In County
and Wednesday 11/4 4 County, ;
plant of the Southeastern night Prayer Meetbp.
manager Courthouse at Starke Flo : /Dolores Dampier 44 24 ALTAIR ,
Division of Santa Fe Thursday night Ladles Cir. x : 2 bedrocm- mJJC'1
J Junior College. The public Is cle. Friday night the choirs IN COUNTY within calendar! months Clerk throughout, heavy 4" wall construction' ,, tii.iiix-:' ,
F. Shaw
the date of the first pub- Eugene
Invited to attend. will celebrate In a Triple Choir interior.'
i of this notice. Each 142 West Call Street
, CHURCH .anniversary. All Choirs an Invited COUNTY, FLORIDA. or demand must be In Starke, Florida dufed 'from $9200 to S8.COO
NEWS to attend.: As well as the In re: Estate of and must state the place Attorney for Executrix
Ebenezer Baptist Church HOGAN SMITH JR. 43 x 12 ALTAIR: 2 bedroom front
general public. and post office 11/18 4t 129NOTICE
j Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible lulty: tu I Ini
I Class each Monday night. Church Rev.CJE.Jenkins pas All creditors of be sworn to by the clai ;hcd.

Each Meeting.Thursday Sunday night services Prayer will tor. The East Florida Conference "Look on the bright side of deceased William, are Hogan his agent or his attorney The Board of FOR Bradford BIDS County I'c't nd from $3800 to Zn3CC0DISCOUNT
will become void accord-
begin with Sunday School at started Tuesday, Nov. maybe you'll break a leg and required to law. ; Commissioners will be accepting
I n-4S.! Mnrnltw "n rv1r.. 10:45: 16, In JaCkaonvtlleWand( willend slipping In the shower and claims or demands ;) Priest, Executrix of bids until 10:00 a.m., '
', Evening service, 6 p.m. The you won't have to go to work may have against Estate of Alice H. Mc- December 6, 1971, at the Brad
'I I fourth Sunday, Choir 2 and :3 s services to terminate for Sun today." In the office of the ; deceased. ford County Courthouse Post M. wmmmmirmmmmmvm f,
! will render two selections on day. All members for the most of Bradford County; F. Shaw Office! Drawer B, Starke Florida bil.MomScl.tL.I i '

! ,. .4 . . In Florida the courthouse within six Florida Call Street for Executrix equipment, 32091: for the following Uw Dawn MOBILE HOMES, INC
oyininti lw Monthly 'an',
I each Base Station 120 watts !
months from the da 4520NW.lath (
4t 12/9 441N.hs 0 IKIlVlLt' < 171.' 345
NOVICE TO DOG OWNERS first publication of dual frequency with associated
> accessories, Installed
Each claim or "HOME Of INSTANT

In The City: Of StarkeDue In writing of residence and must County County Judge's Florida.Court. Series Motorola or equivalent.Model B73MPB- 'Include mctol' from steps ,.?SERVICE"W. ,, and) ?.?, (Inver,
place bloch with. box blocky ut-up and, .d ,
offlce! address of the t t- 020 watts RF output) mdes. r up 10) 200
To The Problem With Stray And Mangey Dogs, The City's Leash Law Will and must be sworn Re: Estate of Alice H. 3 each Mobile Radios, dual

Be Strictly Enforced. The City Ordinance Under Section 4-9,12,13 Reads As claimant Ms It agent will Deceased.NOTICE OF PROBATE. Bids frequency should sealed and
torney or
Follows: void according to

Sec. 4-9 LICENSE REQUIRES one concerned we can soon clean November 3, 1971.
up the City; of Starke aa to stray Lewis W. Smith
It shall be unlawful for any person and mnngey dogs I cannot tell Harold D. SmithCoExecutors 103 W. University Ave.
to own, keep or maintain
any of the Rutherford Jewelers
whoa dog belongs to If he has OAINISVIUI
dog within the city; limits of the
no collar and license so please William Hogan Smith. Downtown More Only
without first
city; making application
put a collar and license on him. ceased
for and

kept from In the said City city; ;Clerk obtaining for a each license dog at Dog City licenses; Hall for can$ purchased ember First 11th,publication 1971. 1 I [ j1IjfsI:11I1lIj1] : 1s

In H. Pierce
Sec. 4-12 RUNNING AT LARGE PROHIBITED Dogs running a pack are dan. George
It shall be unlawful for any serous, these dogs will be destroyed P.O. Drawer 1030
with no regard as to Starke, Florida 32091
dog of any kind to run at large
who they belong to. Do you like 11/11 4t 12/2
within the city; limits or to be
upon the streets of the city at to pick up your trash after a dog I
any time, day or night,unless said has Just scattered !It all over IN COUNTY I II II
dog Is In an automobile or other your yard? Your neighbor doesn'tconveyance IN AND FOR

or unless said dog Is either. COUNTY FLORIDA.In .
After} Dec. I any dog on the
muzzled and Is accompanied by
streets will be considered a stray, re: .
Its master or some member of
the master's family or unless If he doesn't have a collar and :;AN SMITH JR., I I I
said. dog Is fastened with a leash license and will be dealt with in I I I I I 1
that manner. Dogs with collars NOTICE OF SAIi"FOR
held by It's master, or some
other person for It's master. and licenses will be caught up TO ALL PERSONS
and the owner notified. Dogs may TED IN TIlE
Sec. 4-13 IMPOUNDING OR IESTRUCTbe claimed by paying a three dollar DECEDENT:
ION OF DOGS RUNNING AT pickup fee plus a dollar a day Your are hereby
LARGE for every day he Is kept In the a written

It shall be the duty; of the Chief pound.) ing to be the last s
To lodge a complaint or see tament of said
of Police or other police officers
to capture. !If possible and about a missing dog please call been admitted to !
to Impound any and all dogs 964-5400 and leave your name, this court. You are ,
found running on the streets of address, and phone number. All manded within :
the city: ; violation of thU artIcomplaints will be ans"ered".Jt. i I months :from the' Court'i"
cle, euntil to keep them Impoundmay take a day or two to get first publication of
ed disposed of aa hereinthere, but I will answer every to appear In this Building being torn down! Lost our lease! City
after provided. Any such dog one. show cause. If any
cannot be captured and Impounded Thank you, why the action of decided to put a parking lot on our corner. We
aa provided for herein shall admitting said will t
MILTON G. MANSFIELD must dispose of this entire stock regardless of
be destroyed by the city; police. should not stand

With the cooperation. of every City; of Starke Dog CatcherFPL's TIIERON A. YAWN market value or replacement cost.
County; Judge

First County.; publication Florida. on .r DIAMONDS.elted/ quality) '; both I 1' and Set, in

her 11, 1971. P Solitaires .( Hands. Wedding( Set- Kinder(

George H. Pierce /' Kings: IlIr t both men and women. Karnngs( Hracvlei"
P.O. Drawer 1030
Starke, Florida 32091 Urnachei'end.rnt."

11/11 4 12/2 .. I/
,. Reduced SAVE
new booklet ,, TE .

In The Circuit WATCHES I lor men. women and children of nationally fa
Judicial Circuit of
In And For 1 minis' brand names in all price ranges: and .tvlo

"How to economize and FloridaCIVIL VI', j < :Make your seleitums, now while our mirnton I i--

Diane G. Snyder, ciiinplele

still get more benefits Terry NOTICE Lee NO Snyder OF, Reduced SAVE 25% to V3

TO: Terry Lee Snyder
from major You are hereby SILVERWARE |Ith' Sterling( and SiUer Plated Holloware

your an filed action against for Divorce )h y world I.iliumsilversmith at once in a lifetime.taxings '
Snyder and you are : Huv now lor wedding and Chr."tllHI"(111'. /( -

electric appliances. to ten the serve defenses plaintiffs a copy, If of any Reduced SAVE 25% to V3 .

This is but one page of the economy name and address JEWELRY & RINGS
George H. Pierce, r .
booklet now available, free of charge, rida, and file the t to suit even tea! from the amplest,

at your appliance dealers or the clerk of the to, t the most: elegant for every member of 'the lunilMany ; <.
FPL office. ;+ '. court on or before '
any "i; r' ..o li\idual' une-ut-a-krnd creationsReduced
1=1=11.:2':' ; 1971: otherwise a

..--...........". ElECTRIC be entered against SAVE: If3
RANGES relief demanded In t .
5rrlate plaint or petition.
Unite; q WITNESS my hand
seal of said Court on
\ 19, 1971. Pursuant to Going Out of Business Sal CHINA & CRYSTAL finest Quality in patterns that are:
Gilbert S. BrownAs Permit No. 717nMraKK very popular. We cannot mention these names, >ou

AND Sill\ I. Coo. hnh Clerk of will recognize( them. Superb quality at Going-out-of-
10 EfONOM\DIE fROM'fOUR" "acrd renfamen, ,wgrro6l" and hate" I. hgh"y"/ By: Beulah M. ooMi.wtD t l I m DIAMOND I I Business Prices
HOW i. "" 'As Deputy; Clerk
BENEFITS\ -. 004 ainmw'' ofM '

GEt MORE .-,PO'' rr .,/ ; ..... arrO' "" 10/28 4t 11/18 MWniY. EViR M40 ..5dCHSKHflCBtflftt .,........ .'" ,'. ,'.' ..........................................................""..................... .

/iOR I. .... "" ""'raneaato/ |;;Every diamond is covered by a certificate of' opproisof; '.: |
A 6 pa ear'' In The Circuit Court ; y
.. '
.. .. ....,n .L..Mrded...., Eighth Judicial Your guarantee of' certified quality

E' :l11( I\ =U.555-" : : / County.Florida; Case In And No.For- USE YOUR ;1 f:.> !}.tih'............ ,....'?.. .d'..... .... ,:carat., ..:. .weightIn ....''.:...! .,-VHE Y ,V

,E / IN RE:: The Marriage
s ,. land"" 11I. Willie Barber. MASTER CHARGE [rmsstsr cnsro*

apply I' '- ei'i.1'; ::"'"'"'1IrII, rap n 601....-I. ,:, nn9 Mod Eloise NOTICE Whitney OF Har!? This Salt CANNOT MENTION OLH |

"t J'L.. TO Eloise
a ." ",only. ""' ........., Address Unknown. USE YOURBANKAMERICARD
Mohrwh .ro a
..,. ", h Med YOU ARE etNN, ktIAluRO I N Till AD
6. "ro",11 .. FlED that an action
\. ] tontr.IIo,:, "".' """" "101I
y4.....'"" fur m 04pen .N'r limo filed against you

7..orb. ; union dp r your required written to serve HOURS: fLu I I
.rrea' /,
.... ", tar to It on Eugene F. 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. \utkjGJ\lonoJi.
'" M kvr# 'eayr "a'f0.. 60 torney for Husband, \
D .' __ : ox/ -.":,:lam. ""' M.Q dress Is 142 West Fridays 9 A.M. Christmas 'rt
"" .. .. : J
.. Starke Florida
.. ,
,__ $//MAIl, .. OIF':' ."" '" original 1 with the to 9 P.M. J\:8: 111L'lehA

!I b'I, above styled; Court Layaways .., ;. _OM i 103 W. University Ave. '
fore December I 1. ; I STORE FIXTURES AND
.0.<'cJ: wise a Judgment Invited Downtown Gainesville
J\( tered against you (EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
I c cr ( lief demanded In the

seal of said Court FREE PARKING

October 1971.Gilbert .
1 S. BrownAs
Clerk of Said
Nov. 18, 1971 Telegraph: Pa/e/ 13

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.. 'H AMP TON _


By! Karen Supsky

While stationed In Brazil between -

Thin nacond: Council meetIng 1982-8 he met and mar-

,. for recently elected of- ried NUde A. Antonio of Ar- .
Brazil. NUde' also I
HclaU was held last Tuesdayevening.
Nov. 9. halls from a large family. She 8f
The Mayor, Arthur Bruno, has seven sister and one bro- !
presided over the meeting, ther. She Is a former grammar
which three of the five mem- school teacher, having taught "
ben were able to attend!Chair- In Recite, Brazil. Upon coming .
man Pat Clover;A.C.Dennison Into the country\ she has since S r
WiM TdRIB and France Wadaworth. Helen become a naturalized American t
Baker and Ed Saxon were ab- citizen. Both Fred and NUde
sent. The clerk. Lillian Ingen- speak, read and write English, .
lath, taking the minutes, and Spanish, and Portuguese: Huent- -.
Marshal WUlard Thomas were ly ""
-. .. also In attendance. Ralph Both have hobbles, some of t
making :
Vaughan, recently appointed which Include Jewelry ..
1 'S Deputy; Marshal during Mr. and guitar playing on a Brazilian -
Thomas' Illness, accompanied Instrument for Fred, and .
the Marshal. pool playing for NUde. She also
FOR YOUR Many new and beneficial change collects, oil paintings, cere-
were presented to the Coun- mlcs. and other artifacts,
cU for deliberation and appro- brandishing quite an exotic col-
M val. Among the Issues voted lection.
upon and accepted, some were The Sackett's have a travel
use to seethe
as follows: trailer which they
The present Marshal's salary sights each summer, and
will be pald to Mr,Vaughan also rev to Brazil for two or
three months out of the year.
i ( t until futher' notice. As Mr. Their most recent visit took
Thomas condition warrants In the months of May, June,
his being largely Inactive, his .Tulv. and August. While in Bra
usual duties will l be carriedout
of her
zil. Nllda takes advantage
by his Deputy; constituting whereabouts by seeing that her
the transfer of recipient of
entire wardrobe is of
alary. made Brazilian clothes. Her
A motion was carried to grant very petite, size 1 1/2 shoes
spending of up to $100'without are also hand-crafted in Bra-
need of t the Council's approval.

A"ny' amount larger than the zil.The Sacketts are anxious to
above requires calling of a
meet new people and become
special meeting to use
of funds. Use of the aforementioned part of the community.; Meeting
has been a very
the Sacketta
funds be directed
,e i'dT only to City-owned; may properties enllghtnlng experience all to Indeed make,
( such as the police or fire vehicles and I encourage
or the City; Hall, etc. their acquaintance as I am sure with I
The above mmHrw may be approved none will be disappointed I
the warm way In which they
by the Mayolr his

Read The Rules How To Win own The recognizance Installation of a telephonefor extend a welcome.LIKE HAMPTONII.
the purpose of calling and
Weldermann, of Quaker-
listing Hampton as a city; will
Any reader of The Telegraph la eligible Each spec below represent use be completed shortly. This action town, his Pa. is winter again making home. Hampton This- !
was also Voted upon and
to enter this contest, and the "".. promlMnt .MlM** firm sr ..... approved. 'this move win grea- stay brings his total to 24 r
tly benefit Hampton as the Inability consecutive years.
first three persons! submitting the of this.. city. Take the .aer.ablad ; of outsiders to reach the- While Mr. Weldermann!his wife Is a
of Hampton,
correct -nearest correct answer letters asri .h.. to City; of Hampton by phone has veteran
arrant spell been an adamant setback. Relocation is enjoying her first visit.Plan

will be awarded turkey for Thanks the firm's nan eorrectl,.. Winners. of the fire alarm telephone ning to stay only two weeks, :
'f from Its present site,Mr. it is hoped she enjoys her :k
giving. The first three correct an- t win be notified by mall and Ivkey Thomas' front porch, will be stay and will plan to return :
:*np- done at the same time as the next year. Mr.Weldermann will "
awes In our hands will bethe win- tom will be presented Monday, N.... latter Installation. Location of be here several months. :.

ners. :yt{ mt_ _" r'-R 22nd. the phones and the number :
will be
given the City; announced -
the, work. The 'Crusaders for Christ' :

.,'. The Council also decided: to Youth Group b>f the First Bap... :
..', retain Elzle S.Sanders of Starkeas fist Church, several adult :
attorney to represent the cha rones, and guests enJoyed :
City; of Hampton, subject to a skating party ihurs- "
THREE TURKEYS TO BE GIVEN AWAYBY Mr. Sanders'approval.The for- day night at the Lakeside Skating -
mer Attorney handling the affairs Rink In Lake Butler. J
of the City; Richard J. Adults attending were : Mr. :"
Wilson of Gainesville, recently and Herman Mr.
Mrs. George K

( THESE MER I f ANTS-, WHO ARE THEY ? UNS n MBJLE 'THEM.abeeehiilllmmnooosss' ,. ,died' Further of a.heart events attack.of the'j.evening|;'i i:;4 "* Mrs.and?i Mrs-'Charles. Roy Morgan Williamson Mr., Mr.and y: I

I ItfI saw Frances Wadsworth votedIn and Mrs. contols, Mrs. LIllIan -
as ViceChairman.Eight Slade,Mrs.Jeanette Rahme '
townspeople sat In on Mrs. Edith Boatwright, and A-
the meeting, listening to the Mrs. Dorothy Shealy. :.
affairs at hand, four of which Denise Rahme and Billy Allen :Z
:; presented business to the Council received ankle Injuries and ;
for consideration. are having to employ the aid ':
of crutches to walk Despite j
'' the Injuries, everyone had a
aaacddeeeegkmmorrrrsttwy&aaaaeeeeeeegiiijjkllllllmqrrrr Ty, grand soon.time and hope to go again ::.


City; Hall will be open at
7:30: each Friday evening for ::
i adeeeeefiinrrsttvzssstttuwwwyy' i -- the teenagers In the area. Table ':

tennis and games will be 'I
the fare and all activities will .
be under adult supervision.

abefllorrrswyy WISH I'D SAID

THAT ; -

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I : mnn nnoooppp rrrssssttuuy" aceeeeknprrsttt This week It is my pleasureto "A treaty of peace' is worth 1

Introduce two very different exactly the value that one j
'. and Interesting! personalities attaches to the character of ..
S They are naturally, to those those who sign it."-ty. De- :'
who have already had the ple- '
Vane Holmes :
cccdeeefhiikkknnrtuv asure of making their acquaintance Williams
bdeeegjlmnoorrsuwwy'cceeeehikrrrrssstuvw' Frederick W. and NUde County (Fla.) Advertiser. :

Sackett. "You can't Judge a "modern r
Coming fro m Miami, they girl by her clothes because
have been here a short while
there isn't enough
but intend to make this community '
their home. evidence,,"

a c dd eeee III norsss tt v'66 Force Fred; Major a retired, and his U.S.wife reside Air- : I

In the old Penned homeon ;
abccddeehiilllnnoorstvw-i i Hampton's] Star Route abouta ; :.:
half-mile from SR 18. on US .
301. Purchasing five acres a- .
long with the house, they are ::
keeping! busy remodeling and "..
abenoorsstty' clearing land. ,..,
Both Fred and Nude have
widespread Interests and much
color In their background. To
aabceelnnnooorstttuuwyy&aaabbbeeghmnooprrrsstuy& elaborate Just a little, let me Charley r ..

aaaccccdeefh i lmmnnoooopprrstty&i l l give both: you a quick run-down on .-.

Fred was second born Intoa L'AAbout ..
family of 16 children Born ..
and raised Springfield,Mass ..
aacdeegi imnnooorsssttv'aaaceeeeinooorrssssttttuw his once largo family of 7 brother -
and 8 sisters Is now only This QuelUOII "
S brothers and one sister.
His military career begaln '!
In 1943, when, in his early
twenties he.enllsted as a Pri- Our firm require*that all :
acceehhikllmnoprrrssttuyyaaegghmnooprsst' -, vate in the U.S. Army. Ills those employe handling :
love was aircraft, so accordingly tb. firm's money. be bond :
he employed his talents .... Doe your agency also :
In the field as an aircraft mechanic '
apply bonding where rqalrsd ." :
and flight engineer.
later attained the rank of for public officials .
aadghhnnoopprstyy'aaabcdeeepiillnorrrssttvvzie. Master Sergeant after which t"
time be trained to become both f
pilot and navigator. He holds
the rating of Senior Navigator ; \
and Command Pilot, with a total "
of 9,700 hours of flying Charier 1 : l
experience. He Is a veteran of
five wars, beginning wIth'the '
i i second World War. and has run
() afhjlrannoopprsssuy'
emergency operations aU over lit So. Walnut"'8C
the world.
PROM "" '
. . .. 80 He has countries also been throughout able to see his 0'70 ,

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Special Thanksgiving ..,."!.fP.w..rr-/{ ; ;: F:: ,
lesld i r

i: ServICe November 24Isaac
in Jones Chapel !
An investment in Your Futurerill'

Varnes. Sr.. 02, a for- The Stark Ministerial Alliance tilt Church will conduct a combined -
mer resident of Starke died Is planning a clty-wtde; choir from all churchesin .
Thursday Nov. 'It, In a Bartow Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service town. A special choir prac- 1V rt 1t\1 It ITilltL1 17110(i
hospital after an extended HIneas on Wednesday. Nov. 24, tice will be held at 8:43 pjiu. Irp IPJII'11!
He wu born In Marlon at 7:30 pun. at the First United prior to Ih* service. i L
County on August; 24, 1879 the Methodist Church. Also attending and participating LI l \J dt '
son of the late William V. arid J. C. Brown minister of the will be the ministers from ? 1. "Fs wtcii row tieBwi h. doe mH lu keal It th*'[:

Nancy Bohannon Vases First Christian Church of various churches In the com "

Surviving1' are a daughter Starke, will be speaker for munity.Rev.; (f""' '''' --. ___on. -- "
Mrs.? Ladonna Harrell of the occasion and William Robert Burch president
Gainesville, and one eon. William George. Minister of Education of the Ministerial Alliance, extends CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS STARKE CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRISTAT
M. .Varnes"'Of Lakeland and Music of the First Bap- a cordial Invitation to CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- HOLINESS CHURCH MELROSE
everyone to come andlil-dtewlth Sunday School 9:43 ajn. Bible School 10 ajn. Worship Irg Worship 11 a.m. Training Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; Schedule of Services:
FwieTal!! sues were heldat Missionary others In tanking God for his Morning Worship II ajn. Youth Services 11 a.m. and Union 7 pun. Evening Worship Morning Worship It a.m. Youth Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m.
2 p.m. Sunday In Jones Me To Teach many; blessings Service 6 pjn. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Midweek Service. Wed- 8 pun. Wednesday Night service Service 6 p.m. Evening Wor Morning Worship 11 ajn. Even-
mortal Chapel with J.C.Brown Book 7 pjn.Thursday. nesday 7 pin Ladles Bible 7:30 p.m. Everyone wel ship 7 p.m.Tuesday Ing Worship 7 p.m.

minister of the First Christian At Local ChurchMrs. Mrs. Rhoden night Prayer MeetIng Class Thursday I] a.m.Church come.L.L. Prayer Meeting 7:30: All other evenlngs-8 p.m.
Church of Starke, officiating. 7:30 pan. located one block west on SR Parker pastor p.m.
Interment was In Santa Fe Cemetery Services Held David Hodges Pastor 16. -Rev. W.B. Chauncey pastor
under direction of 1 De- Robert M. Parham Jr., -J.P.H. Bell, minister PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
Witt C. Jones. a missionary from Africa will At Kingsley' Lake Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng SMYRNA MISSIONARY CHURCH
teach the book, "New Drums GRACE BAPTIST PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL Worship 11 a.m. Pre Ser- BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom-
Over Africa** at Ine Madison CHURCH. STARKE METHODIST CHURCH vices Booster Band Young Ser- ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening
.Carrie Rhoden. 77 of 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday
Basil M. 11cl1aeServices Street Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng and Prayer Service), Worshp 7.JamesSha".PIIstor.BHOOKER .
Baptist Church starting Starke. died Tuesday Nov. 18, Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng People vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Held at 5:30 p.m. Friday Nov. 19. In a Starke hospital after an Worship at II. Training Worship II ajn. Youth Service 6 p.rru Evening Worship 7 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.Training Union -
Union 6:30 Evening Wor- BAPTIST CHURCH
A covered dish supper will p.m. 6 pjn. Evening Worship Midweek Service Wednesday
She bom 5:45: Evening
extended was p.m.
At Pine LevelBasil be ship 7:30. Wednesday Prayer 7:30 7:30 Rev. John Strickland. BROOKER FLA.
served Immediately after. In Georgia on May 29. 1894 p.m. Rev. Tommy L. Hll- pun. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Meeting 7:30.ReY.. LeonT. Rev. Jim Temple pastor.Sunday
All women of the New River Hard pastor Pastor. Pastor -
M. McRae. 63,died Sun- Baptist Association are Invitedto and was a member of the Baptist Odom. Jr.. pastor -Wilbur Dyess School!, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol

day In a Gainesville hospital Church. FIRST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Superintendent. Training Union,
attend and hear this outstanding ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD
after a brief Illness. lie was teacher. Pastors and Surviving are three sisters AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Raiford Road & Weldon St. Highway 100 at Therossa) OF PROPHECY BROOKER 6:45: p.m. Lowell Douglas DI-
Susie and Mrs.Ruby ,
Mrs. Sibley
bom In Starke on February 26 Sunday School 10 a.m. Mont- rector. Worship Services 11
husbands are invited, and a Sunday School, 10 ajn. Mom- Sunday School 10 a.m. 10 Morn a.
Gllsson both of Starke, Sunday School a.m.
1908 and was employed as a ; big Worship 11 am.; Evening 11 m., 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Ser-
nursery will be provided for Ing Worship II. Sunday Evening Morning Worship a.m. Worship II Young Peo-
and Mrs. Elver Allison Jack- Wednesday ing a.m.
building Inspector at the University Worship 7 pjn. vice, 7:30. Lavern
7 Union 6:30 Outlaw mu-
the children. pun. Thursday night 7:30.: Training : p.m. 6 Evangelistic -
sonville. Funeral services were ple's Service p.m.
of Florida.' He Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. sic
was a director.
; -Charles Thomas pastor Evening Worship 7:15: p.m. Wednesday
7 -
held at 2 Wednesday at Service p.m.
member of Die PIne Level Bap. pjn. 7 pjn. Young PopluMe tIng Wednesday Night Prayer Services -
tist Church and Bradford LodgeNo. Services Held the Klngsley Lake Baptist every Monday. 7 p.m. EVERGREEN BAPTIST 7:30: pun. Rev. Merle Prayer Meeting 7:30 with: p.m. HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Come and worship us.
Church with Rev. Harvey Lane
35 L A. M. G.F. Prevail, pastor Everyone -
F. Packham pastor. CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N.
Highway 125 Northwest of Harris pastor
-Rev. Bobby
Funeral services were held For Robert ReedIn and Rev. Robert L. West officiating. ) welcome. Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.
Lawtey. Sunday School 10
Interment In the ajn.
at 2 Tuesday In the Pine was Morning
p.m. Worship II. Training
church cemetery under direc- ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning Worship 11:15. Sunday ?T. MARK'S EPISCOPAL GREATER BETHLEHEM
Level Baptist Church with Rev. Jones Union 6:30: Evening Service
ChapelRobert Night Service 7:30 Wed- FREE! WILLBAPTISTCHUKCII; p.m.
tion of DeWItt C. Jones Funeral CHURCH, STARKE : p.m. CHURCH. STARKE
John Strickland and Rev.Robert 7:30. Midweek
: Prayer
nesday Prayer 7:30 Ash & Chestnut Sunday
Meeting ,
Home. Father James Cregan
pastor and 3rd
Eucharist let
Gallups officiating. Intermentwas Holy Service 7:30.
George Reed 22, of pjn. Rev. Albert Knight School 9:30 Morning Worship
pastor : ;
Saturday Mass 7 p.m.Sunday
In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith Sundays, U Morning -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, pastor -
Starke. died Friday, Nov. 12. Service
4 Night
4thhaannd II League
DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Mass, 10 ajn. Holy Day Mass.7p.m. Prayer 2nd, 5th Sunday ; p.m. .
after an extended Illness He 6 p.m.Rev. Jasper Williams -
Home In charge.Mr. 11 a.m. Church School 9:45
was born In Davenport, Iowaon LAURA BAPTIST pastor
McRae Is survived Confessions Saturday 6 E.Y.C. 6 CIIUIiCH OF JESUS
by a.m. pjn. CHRIST
Dec. 14, 1948 and was a Sunday School 9:45
his wife Elva Harnage McRae; "=::= Pirn. : a.m. -John M. Flym Rector METHODIST OF LATTER:: DAY SAINTS
Baptist. l/l Morning Worship II ajn. Even- FIRST UNITED
School of
two Benjamin J. of Seneca 1404 E. Uessent Road
sons his .. Ing Worship 7:30 STARKE
Surviving are parents ._ :: Grade School Sunday U p.m. Midweek
S. C., and Lynn McRae Mr. and Mrs. George Reed ajn. to 12 noon. Bible Study: Wednesday. 7:30 BAYLESSIUGHWAYBAPI1ST Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning Sunday Priesthood 8:30: a.
Starke; two daughters. Mrs. of Starke; two sisters Miss :-. School Wednesday Sunday School. 10 a.m. Wor- Worship II; Junior and Senior m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sac
Gwen Thornton, Starke: and fn ;;j/ High pjn.Be rament, 6 p.m.
Gainesville Yvonne Reed, Starke and Mrs. d1aBiIle 7 to 8 p.m.BAYLESS. In church Sunday. ship Service 11 a.m. Church MYF groups 6 p.m.
Mrs. Shirley Hughey Julie }Ferrell Flint, Mich; and therefore,our God.we Frank Jarvis, pastor. Training 6:30: pun. Evening Wednesday Youth Choir Rehearsal Monday Mia 7:30: p.m.
two brothers Arthur R. Now. Tuesday Primary 4:30:
; p.m.
his grandfather Frank Martire Worship 7:30. 7 p.m. Prayer MeetIng -
'McRae, Starke; and Owen W. of Starke. thank thee and praise they HIGHWAY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC WednesdayPrayer Meeting, 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal Wednesday Relief! Society.
McRae New York City; Ave Funeral services were held glorious name.-Chron.( Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship CHURCH MACCLENNY 7:30: pun. 7:45. 7:30: p.m.

sisters Mrs. Louise Norman at 11 'ajn Monday. Nov.'' 15.' 29:13): Service 11 ajn. Church Sunday Mass, 12 noon. Holy Rev. J.D. Robinson -UeWltt T. Farabee, Jr. Jesse D. Branson Branch
Iris and Mrs. Training 0:30 President.
Mrs. Crosby

Vesta Myrick, all of Starke in Jones Memorial Chapel with In the stream of life life we of Worship 7:30. p.m. Evening. -Day Mass, 5:30-pjn. ......".......!.o..o....... _>>HH.w.:-:<.<.-x...;..:..;,.:...:,.:,.:.,:,.;,.:.,:,.:,.:,.:,.:,.:.,.:,.:,.:,.:,.:,.:.,:,.:,.:,.:.,:,.:,.:,.:,.'..;'.:'.:'.:,.:'.:,.,.:,.:.,.:,.:.,:,.:,.:.,:,.:.,:,.:..,:,.:,.:.,;,.:.,:,.:.,:,.'.>:.:-::...:..:.<.<...:::.--:.::.>.y... :
Mrs. Audrey McCall Jacksonville Rev. James Saunders officia- have access to all the Wedneada1PrayerMeet1n& ::
and Mrs. Odessa Taylor. ting. Interment was In Crosby God. We are one with the life 7:30 p.m. N
Raiford. Also surviving are 12 Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C. of God. This life flows in and Rev. J.D. Robinson r

grandchildren. Jones Funeral Home In charge.Gainesvillex through us. As we accept God. ::;:

life as the life of our bodies it LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST to vrorthlp GOD :
WINTER TREEPROTECTION is also expressed in every atom, CHURCH A move rf
Sunday School
in every part and we are 10a.m.MornIng in Hit HOUSE I.I a ci
Worship 11
a.m. Evening
healed and made whole. God.
Worship 7:30 pun. Wednesday
REMOVE DEAD BRANCHES and TREES substance flows through us as Everyone welcome. I

s Y -bn.drneplocesfard.struclw.rn-' plenty to meet our every need. Rev. Robert Ralston pastor MOVE in the V ,'..

}t'" sects that could severely dama;. htallhy As we affirm that the substanceof f
): tr.a. God fills our affairs it enriches CHURCH OF GOD p.

Cabling limbs help protect them ogaimt and prospers all that we 422 N. St, Clair SL. Starke. RIGHT DIRECTION ff:
high winter wmdi. touch.A Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
Call today 'for a ftee ettimolecompletely ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday ::f
inwrvd cheerful heart Is a good Evening, 7 pjn. Youth Night.
Wednesday 7:30 Church to the fast step l in finding :I
\ : p.m. Prayer To attend :
;, payment plan available" medicine.-(Prov. 17:22)
Meeting Friday 7:30 pun. c
SAPP'S Happiness is symbolic ofnlivingawareness.p -Rev. Y.W. Kldd. pastorj I To attend regularly i it to contlnu* in the right dirrc'" ;r.
f God. .
M 372-9338'376-1766' TREE SURGEONS Trust alfyour" AffatrAto Cd, KINCSLEY ..LAKE BAPTIST b .j lion and gives' one an opportunity'*> tsiderjtard d fiu X

2025 NV!. 6th Stc relax be a happy person free Unionltk School 9:30; Training
from anxiety. Happiness =15 ajn.; Morning Worship God' w.llin hto life. Now i i. 1M lime to make your .&.

leads to health. It releases 7:30: pjn.11 ajn.Prayer Evening Meeting Worship 7:30: Choose m. way that will, lead you to God 1!
the negative thoughts that Wednesday. move. >s

hinder our odilY, functions Pastor Rev. Robert West .
; --:=- \It11i.c 'jf heat EDea- To be happy is to be one with Attend Church I r
\ your
\ 1. the rhytnni) 'and harn onjn-o*., FIRST PRESBYTERIAN .:
Sunday School. 9:45 am. in "*'" world M
.J 4 MADISON STREET Morning Worship U a.m.; Youth The Chunk i ii Wi appointKl army
YOUR FUEL BAPTIST CHURCH Fellowship 6 Jjn. Choir Practice I leepeodrng" ," the knewUdge of Hr, bvt,l'Of rnon and by %1=1.:

Sunday School 9:45; Morn Wednesday 8 p.m. of lit de tnatMlIIf man. la a'pond to that loren : :
theag :
ing Worship at 11;Church Train -Rev. Robert D. Burch ,hs+ hit ...""Iter. Wtheut, this' veunchng :::
0'' isle :::1
1.r BILLS G01flJT7r ing. 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, love it 5011. ". tovemmtnt *f wnt w way :

: 7:15; Evening Worship 7:30.: CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH will, long ......... end the f hu4onn.. .hKh w*lam hold !' rf 1:1..:..:
Choir Practice Sunday School 10 MornIng M shi" mini.'., wan
,_ MondayYouth ajn. dear .'"ine w ow -- Children's Choir 7 Worship 11. Training Union. W ul6sh .at d ...t*.eta theuld,; huppwf the Chufthe .:.:
'\ TuesdayMission Friends 6:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: 6n.' sat.pot. .f tho.,lfaro 01 hirnltlf and h, 'uphold ;:;:
Girls In Action Acteena 3:30: -LeRoy Dalrymple Pastor bowwe. eWnh'polnlptlo ,..- "'auld ::::
.. .nd that,
p.m. in the hunh beeou" ihlh/ the both :::;
Wednesday- Sunday School BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH I Me. death and dnheF. the 'both .hICh i J:
Teachers and Officers meet Sunday School 10 ajn. MornIng stout marl s hlld'< 01 God !
h. o. e
will,)) Ml' him Imo I. 1 f:
ing. 6:30; Prayer Meeting Business Worship 11 ajn. Evening .....
Meeting, 7:30.: Adult Choir Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer .......
Practice, 8:30.: Meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.Rev. ...._... "ft. :v:
F: I -Denton Sumrall pastor .J.C. Saunders, pastor 1m C

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday 9:45: am..m. Sunday
STARKE School U Morning Worship .
6 pjn. Training Union II" :. ? :.
SundaySunday School 9:45: ; 7 Evening Worship. :*
,. r t<:" ..
Morning Worship at III Sermonby Wednesday -7:30: PrayerSer- '''' -- LO tf' ".. :::r

Sx S- Training Evangelist Union.Cllft 6:15: ;Brannon Evening; vices.Rev.. Bob Cooper, pastor Q I mi Nriifr ii i 1ii iAiJH1 ,( i j '11

Worship 7:30; sermon by f

vangellst Brannon. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH .. .. .
MondayYouth Choir 7pm. Sunday School 9:45: ajn.Morning fljafSassSflSJSfift&aSJ::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.: ::;:::::::::::: :::::: : ::::;:::::::::::::::<:::::::::::: ::::::::::=> :-:.:::'.'.:'.::-:=".:$:-:)::::.:::::::.:.

TuesdayJunior Musicians, ( Worship 11 a.m. Evening
{ 3:30; Girls in Action 4:15.: Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday, "
wr WednesdayFamily Night Prayer Meeting and Bible Study: STARKE 66"
Supper 6 p.m.; R. A. Meeting 7 p.m. Study: on Book of Psalms. FLORIDA

6:30: ; Prayer Meeting, 6:30: ; G.F. Prevatt, pastor Everyone SERVICE
Teachers and Officers MeetIng Welcome. c;
Hill KHwrrdI'h.. 961.7231
7:15.; Church Choir 8:15.: .
-W. A. I Hogan. f'astor FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH "C Tire Tru-injc
OIL HOME-HEATERS Sunday Service:Sunday School t1 0101ROL

9:45 ajn. Morning Worship _.,... ; llea.dlijfhtdjuatln
10:45: ajn. EventagService 7:15: a pwarw p
force thz heatJil jiL NORTHSIBE BAPTIST pjn. Youth Croup Meeting Sunday Brake Service

CHURCH. 6:30: p.m.
intersection or Highway 167] -J.C. Brown, minister Carl H.rat Phone 4lll Wheel l lUlancc and

and fuel bills 20 filil .(North)'and 22S.-R ev WalYraWells Starke. Fla.
pastor. JORDAN IfOHOttARY :5W;! E. Call St. Allimmenl

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning BAPTIST MISSION 14-HR. WRECKER SERVICE ....OIM t6..57U for FREE AIR'OJNDlTlOri! SERVICE
Service at 11. Evening Service. U.S. 301 North behind Tas-
7:30. Wednesday Service. 7:30 tee Frees Drive fa, Sunday Mlway 301 and 100 Inspections and EntlmaUuMl AU Minor Repairs
Ordinary beaters pile the beat up on the ceiling *
School 10 Service
ajn. -
until some of it finally steps down to the living; .p.m. 11 ajn. and 7 p.m. Prayer UO 8. Temple. Starke 617 N. Tempi An. Slarke

level; If you own an ordinary heater you know Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. -
how costly and uncomfortable that system is!Siegler HAMPTON BAPTIST mm maua******

does just the opposite .your floor gets heated CHURCH Leroy Olive pastor E.L. BRADFORD
:first. Heat Is not wasted on the ceiling and out the Sunday School 10 a.m.Bible; Morn Study -Criffls associate pastor. STARKE BUILDERS EDWARDS
Service U
close off thia winter and pay ing a.m.;
chimney. Don't rooms ABSTRACT CO.
6:30 p.m.; Evening Service DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
high fuel bills to boot...order your new Siegler now. pjn. BROOKER SUPPLIES Inc. Grocery and Market

SAVES Wednesday Prayer and Sunday..School 10 ajn. Worship Feed Keller 1 Service For Your
IT PAYS FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT Bible Study 7:30 pun. Services 11 ajn. and 7pjn. Ace Hardware Groceries" Meats -

Melvin Hamel Pastor Training Union 6 = OIK Title ProbUma
pjn. GAS AND
"It's A Fact You Can -Rev. Lacy Conway,pastor Palau 8.PT>.II..
Jack and Gladys Edwards Abalract
Do Better At"
CHURCH. STARKE Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng- U., 8. 301 South Starke Title Innuranc
Fattier J..Cnp,pastor. lug Worship 11 and 7 GSMck With U. FlraT
pjn.Sunday pm PHONE M44JI2 IBMV.. Call Ph. M4-4MI

DENMARKFURNITURE 7p.m.Ced........ 1Oyi.Holy Day Mas, -Rev. John Ross, pastor 21* W......... 81. f4.5170

reaeloM -. Saturday 6
COMPANY of Rellgloni

Grade School Sunday 11 tile Thfltt srrogiBc who complain.t expert about have! OwMtJ By This.' w. S.M. !. Twelve N.rtkaat Florida C'.*MI... .H... "41827.Q ajn. ton
Phone noon
434 w. c.n. 1r St.STARKE. FLORIDA High School Sunday. 7 ever eMuualered eMlcatod .laorso aa faunffcriMy ...- J 1.etrLsMv'.i.1w d......-...... .11-4'11

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NEWS ABOUTSERVICE Kerrigan. By Leona: WhItehead T5 t \. :

By z... BUachard :,A complete report was givento men; Della Speed, Receptionist 'won our

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. H. C. Wainwright attended with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell MEN our members Nov. 3 about at the my State attendance ; Pete and Lilly Johnson name =r
Sick .
Crae United Methodist Sunday Comm; Bill and Hazel for tad-
,the Homemaker Christmas Brown. Other visitors were Mr. Conference on Ag-
School 9:43: Worthlp cervices. Workshop at the agricultural and Mrs. Maseo 'lysonof waldo .... Orlando at the Robert Richards, Entertainment; Peg- night *.
U jn.. and 7 p.m.; MYF building in Starke on Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. L. Tysonof Meyer Hotel. This Is the last Richardson, Library Comm. join us.
6 p.m. Werkrdayprayermeet- of last week. Many Interesting Gainesville. meeting before we delegates was proposed that members ly sad- -
ing 7 p.rn. Christmas gin Ideas Sunday visitor of Mr. and assemble. .. at the Washington do not send Christmas one of our ,
were displayed and everyone Mrs. A. D. Dobbs were Mr. tel where the National WIICOA to each other as they will Basil .
Church of Cod:Sunday School enjoyed the covered dish luncheon and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, Mr. will l be held. be able to wish each other Season's ) )' will be 1
10 a.m.; WorUhlp service 11 at the close. and Mrs Joey Dobbs, Miss Oliver Jernigan, chief of Greetings at our Christmas the fam- '
and 7:30 p.m.; FamilyNigh Mrs. H. C. Kelly, Mrs.TrubyWalmrrl&flt Terry Dobbs, Mrs. HoytSlnuns Florida Bureau on Aging, toldus Party Dec. 14. ympathy. &
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Win Edwards and son and Mrs. Gerald Car- to be prepared for hard First Mary Allen will recite "Our .
and Mrs. George Roberta at- michael and daughters all of work long hours and thick Thanksgiving" at our
Highland Baptist: Sunday tended the district meeting of Jacksonville. skins. next meeting. Nov. 23, at 1 e
School 9:45: a.m.; Worship Services WSCS at First United Methodist 14 subsections p.m., Rec. Center
11 a.m. and 7:30: Church In Starke Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley r There to be are coveredEducation, Join the Senior Citizens Club --
Prayer Meeting Wedneaday7:3bp.m. : and Mrs. Jackie Smith visited areas Retirement, and put a little fun In your
followed by choir prac- Mr.nand Mrs. Aldwlrt Cat- Mr. and Mrs. James T. Employment Physical and Mental Health, lives. .
tice. lett and Mrs. Clara; Olson of Wainwright and family Sunday Housing Income, Nutrition,Retirement .:

BIRTHDAY PARTY Jacksonville and Mrs. Lee were R. Green visiting on Sun-Mr. afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pearson Roles and Activities, SERVICE MEN :; : ....
Spiritual Well-being Transportation -
Mrs. C. R. Crews and her had as Sunday visitors their ..e.'A" '
daughter Mrs. Tommy Clay- day.Greg i Facilities Programs ,
daughterMn-law ,
Mrs. Don
Dyal of Keesler Air Lee ''OJ> '
and Services, Govern- rler'! "
ton of Jacksonville, gave a and ,. < >
Force daughter
Base, Miss spent the Mitchell and Mr. ;
teenage party] In honor of their Pearson's sister ..J ment and non-Government Or- ,' Letter ..
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. -- ,.
ganization, Planning, Research ,
granddaughter and niece, Glen- Scarborough '. .:
Leo Dyal and Leonette. and children, all \
nett Crews, In celebration of Mrs J. E. Mciver of Ocala of Jacksonville. Airman Freda L. Clark, and Demonstrations,and ',. .... ,... ,. .,/ : ,.
daughter of Mrs. Training, plus 16 areas of spe- I
her 15th birthday anniversary. and Mrs. H. C, Joyce Quinn women
The young folks spent a while Wainwright en- SERVICEMEN of Jacksonville has completed cial concernElderly Blind, ; ,.
listening to records and playIng Joyed a picnic on Sunday with her U.S. Air Force basic trainIng Older Black, Older Consumers '' ..'. :
Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser 1. ; ''J'" '
of ,
games. Then the beautiful\ Jacksonville at the Air Training Com Emotional Problems of Aging : lit / : moon.'f,
at their place on .a mand' Older Families Problems. ," .
cake was presented and served Lackland AFB. Tex. .10: .
Asbury Lake. Mrs. Mack San- She ..... ... :
The has been Homemakers .
with other refreshments. ders and daughters of Jacksonville assigned to services for the .. "" ,h "'.,
honoree received some very Joined them for the- Keesler AFB. Miss., for train- elderly, Elderly Indian, Legal :y:
nice gifts. Everyone enjoyedthe occasion. Ing as a personal affairs specialist. Aid for the Poor Elderly, Long '
afternoon. O. J. Anders and David Varncs Airman Clark Is a 1971 Time Care for Old People. Ag ;::
Those attending besides Mr. of Melrose spent last week 1 graduate of Columbia High log, "Migrants, Rural Older .-. .... "
Clayton of Jacksonville were hunting at Appalachlcola. Mr. School Lake City, Fla. Her People, Spanish Speaking-Mex
Pamela Floyd of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Seba Rowe of Floral father F.L. Clark Sr., resides ican American Elderly, Rehabilitation Navy Fireman Donald Ken-
Glennann Crews Douglas Herndon In Brooker of the disabled elderly.
City; spent Sunday with the An- neth Jackson son of Mr. and
Tresa Herndon, Bruce
ders. Volunteer Roles for Older Jackson
Massey, Cindy Massey LInd- People, the Religious Community Mrs. O.K. of Route
Mrs W. F. Moore, Mr and ,"
le Boatrlght, Bernice Lambas, Army Private Jerry E. Red- and Ajrlncr. 1 Starke. has completed 13
Joey Crews, Tommy ClaytonJr. Mrs. l David Moore and Mrs. ding, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sincere thanks to Senator Ed weeks of propulsion engine dramatic 'f:
., Gene Shlppes, Honey Dew Will Edwards were In Tampa A Lonnie A. Redding. Route 1 L, Gurney and Congressman Lou ering school at the Great start
during the week. Mrs. W. 1-. Lawtey Lakes Navy Training Center. "
Crews, and Tonda Crews. recently completed a Frey for letters sent to doubled ,
Moore visited Mrs. Cecil Wade seven-week tracked vehicle your Illinois.: After a two weeks "
Mrs. Truby Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beyer. k/ / -- mechanic course at Ft. Ben- being delegate selected congratulating me on leave, he has departed for San cloth "
was to
Mr. and Mrs. David I the housing, "
Moore and
hostess to a Tupper Ware party] nlng, Ga.During. Wfcite House Conference. They Diego, where he Is
Mrs. Edwards visited Mr, and the course he was stationed aboard the aircraft care, .
on Wednesday evening of last Mrs. C, Y. Airman Stephen Lewis Johns extended Invitations to visit ( .
which education
Mayo. trained to repair engine., carrier USSTlconderoga,
week. During> the evening two son of Mr. and Mrs.M.L.Johns they while In Wash., D.C. and
transmissions and Is now on a cruise to Hawaii.
games were played and prizes the fuel, would give me all the a
Jr. of New River has completed and; help possible I
1970 of Brad-
were awarded the winners. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bar- electrical hydraulic systems He Is a graduate "
field and son Greg of Atlanta Basic Training at Lackland of the army's tracked during this conferenceto ford High School. to
Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Mrs.
AFB and Is .
Texas stationed
now help Insure complete suc sal '
R. E. Lee. Refreshments were were visiting his parents Mr. at Kirtland AFB New vehicles. He also learned to "
served by the hostess and and Mrs. II. L. Barfleld, over perform recovery operations cess. Marine Sgt. Carlton E. "f
Mexico where he will be stationed
CLUB NEWSThe following
one had a good visit the weekend.Mr. abandoned, damaged, disabled Meng, son of Mr. and Mrs. !
and Mrs. W. F. Moore for two years. His present .or. mired vehicles. members were elected to serve Paul I. Meng of Hampton re-
address Is: Airman Stephen as Officers for 1972- Joe Ker-
PERSONALS spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. enlisted In the Marine Corps at
Mrs. O. J. Boyett, Mrs. Max S. D. Andrews and family In L, Johns PSC Box 2474 ONE THING sure about In rigan Pres.; Mary Allen V.P.; for three years while serving/ Local)
Kirtland AFB Mexico Emma Morton, Treasurer :
Newport, Mrs. George .Kelly. Wildwood New dun Summer. When the first ; at the Marine Corps Air Station .
Mrs. Truby Wainwright and Johnny Brown of Fort Jackson 87117. editorials announce that It Is Dorothy( Kerrigan, Sec.; Carl New River, Jacksonville, .. .
and Ada Hoist, House Chair
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,r----------------------------------l KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE !, S At First lames Keystone To, Watkins Qualify 1I1 I Olgesby Leads Mayo f!

t a S- _""'-,J' -- --S e S S S S S- S- -- ---' Mayor Raymond Starnes and
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Roy qualified -
( : this week for reelectionto 38 13 By Keystone ;1
their offices In Keystone's
j Keystone Hilites
\ I News NotesBy official family.
II t Two other\ councilmen whose

By GLORIA REDFEARN terms expire in December Lang Olgesby rolled up 157 to stay. Land's kick was good 01 uean Land who promptly
I t By Helen Egan Huntley Itedfearn Jr. and Gay yards rushing Friday night and and Mayo led 147. Fired up booted a 21-yard field goal
L Pl.o CoIl 473-3288 C. Livingston had not qualified -
or 473-4182 added another four touchdownsto Mayo quickly added some Insurance making It 3113.
_--- .- j. The November 11 FellowshipClub narthex of the church for the for re-election through
- -- -- -I his season record as Mayo to their lead with Land If that wasn't enough for the
luncheon and business registration of members and Wednesday noon. demolished the Keystone Indians this time trying out his passingarm night Olgesby climaxed the
WOMAN'S CLUB Leaders meeting was one of great enthusiasm friends who would Uke to attend The qualifying deadline Is No- 3813. and finding Mike Hicks on night as he Intercepted a Hur

The Woman' Club will spon- ,were Mrs.: Mrs.Harry Hazen HoydHenschel with a large attendance a 15 minute or more vigil vember 20, and the election will/ Olgesby, a senior opened the the receiving end of the 8yardTD ner pass and romped 87-
sor a "Taste.Supper" on Friday and Mrs. Wayne Donahoo. of 36 members.1st from 8:30 a.m. on December be held December 7. scoring of the night with a one num. Attain Land's kick was yards for the touchdown. Land's
} Nov 19, 5:30: to 7 p.m. Vice President, Lester 4 to 8:30: a.m. on December yard plunge. Dean Land added true and Mayo extended their kick was again perfect.

Mrs. John Bird will bo BIRTHDAY PARTY Sheets was elected President 5. This vigil of 15 minute Trash FiDon't his first of five extra points icaa, :.1-,. Score by quarters:
chairman ot the event. Reservations Miss Patricia for 1972. and gained much segments will be held In the and Mayo Jumped out to an Keystone 7 6 0 0 13
Rheighard was But Turknett and Ilurnerwouldn't
will be taken by Mrs. enthusiasm for the new 0 17- 38
year early 7-0 lead. Mayo 7 14
honored with a birthday party sanctuary. die and went 62
473-4709. Require say
Bird Tickets recent
are by attending a meeting The Indians bounced right
by her parents at their Lake GARDEN CLUB yards on touchdowns aerial
available at the door Jacksovllle.
or from of Seniors In
club members. adults $1.50 Brooklyn home on Sunday after The luncheon meeting was Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle pre Burning Permit back shortly thereafter Hurner as hurleda quarterback from Murner.The kick,howeverwas
noon, Nov. 4, Those attending Invitation to wide and Mayo led 2113at
and children $1. held at 12:30 in the Lions Club sident, extends an 20-yard TD pass to Larry STATISTICS
the festivities and enjoying the the public to attend the Garden the half.Neither .
The regular monthly lunch building with Mrs. Mlttt Kersey
If Turknett with Mike Packard KH
fun Misses you are a property owner
and were: Lori and Club of the Lakes meeting on team could mount a
eon program meeting will Terl presiding. Special guests and without regular garbage adding the seventh point and First Downs 7 12
Tomllnson Chris Baker in drive in the third
Thursday afternoon Nov. 18, scoring perIod
at and Mrs.
be noon on Tuesday Nov. of Mr. were the
Joyce Roberts June pick-up service can dispose tying game. Hushing \d. II 198
and Red- Milton Scripture the Municipal Building and hear you but Olgesby proved he was
and Mrs.
23. Rev. of small From then on the game belonged Passing Yd. 166( 67rci'pI
team.iMiIAIIiEAth. piles of trash Tl>
The American Cancer to their the guest speaker Jesse God- still In the game with two sIn
Society ; who hope renew
to Mayo as the Indians
garbage and leaves by burning 13-24-34-17-2
The first
Ex- the final period.
Several winter bold the new Clay County
will present a program "Lat- membership.
ent Development' and Cure." visitors were greeted. including tension Director on the sub- them and without getting per- looked defenseless against Ol- came as he capped a scoring Yds. Pen'l! 20 60

Chairman; Mrs. Amy Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Christian Wood ject of planting. mission from the Divtson of gesby and his stralght-at-them drive going In from the one.
overthem of i I\e lone closes their
style out
Forestry. running. Land again did his duty and
Team ,,2 and Mrs. Lauretta Herschback.
Olgesby Just bleak season at home this week
MELROSE HOMEMAKERSThe beginning to raised the score 28-13.
H through L. will Also welcomed back was Mrs. According to A.G. McCullers
names prepare warm-up, scampered 21 After ed short of a when they host Hronson ((3-5).
November meeting has Jr. yardsto being stopj>..
and serve luncheon and be (Lake Santa Fe) district forester the new
Zena Scheibe who has returned Friday night Hronson
start the second mmrtar handily
to the off first down shortly afterwards
been cancelled due
hostesses. All members B,: Michael n. Chilly open burning rules which wentto
j are for a time from a six months A with a bang and put Mayo ahead Mayo called again on the toe defeated Trenton 3414.I'M' .
Thanksgiving holidays. combined
attend effect Oct. I does
urged to this Informative Phone 471-1(12 travel-trailer tour of the eas- not applyto

session. Greetings, friends and neigh- tern U.S. and Canada as wellas held on workshop December meeting 2 In preparation will be. above.the typo burning described can be legally burned as longas

DUPLICATE BRIDGE bors, from your Rolling-Re Nova Scotia. for the Club Bazaar on December they do not create a nuisance Night Set At Keystone' >
porter who Is now four years Mrs. Ethel Weyman gave a 4. McCullers said that many reduce visibility on public I
Winners for Tuesday Nov. 9 old. That's right, I had my reading on Armistice Day and people were under the wrong roadways to less than 500 AVir River Assoeiutioiing
were: First Mrs. Albert Bachman fourth birthday last week and Rev. Scripture gave a short The Thursday meeting will be Impression that they cannot legally feet or do not violate local -
and Mrs. Walter J. Gro- Inspirational all-day affair and memberswill burn trash and
now I'm tour years old In the message. an garbage rules of ordinances.
lick; Tied for, second were: Lord. You see four years ago Members were sorry to hear provide a sandwich and leaves under the new open burning The !New: River Baptist Association Program of these churches.
Mrs. Paley Poyd and Mrs. I accepted Jesus Christ as that William Reynolds. Sr. had work on projects for the Baz rules Imposed by the Department along with 46 other
Michael Falkel and Mrs. Loeb my personal Savior and was made an effort to attend the aar. Plans will also be made of Air and Water Pol- "However if a regular gar- associations comprising die The :New; River Association's"M"
lAincan and Mrs. Val Givens; Born Again (John 3:3): )I can hon- luncheon but had to return to for the annual Christmas party.; lution Control. bage pick-up service Is avail- Florida Baptist Convention, will :Night; services will be

Third, Mrs. A.V.Bannister and estly say the last four years his home at Park-of-the Palms. "Such Is not the case," Mc- able, the burning Is not al- observe Church Training "M" held at 7:30: p.m.Oland"y: nov
Mrs, C.W. Hardy; and Fourth, have been the best (and seemingly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Norwood The Alachua County Homemakers Cullers said. "These materials lowed." !Night: on Monday, Nov. 29. 29, at the first Baptist Church, ,
Mrs. Rowland Bryan and Mrs. shortest) years of my were not able to be present due Training meeting will Keystone Heights, with Rev.

C.V. Home. life. If you don't know the Joy to illness. hold a Christmas open houseon BLESSINGS; OF IMMMHJCTIVITY The M stands for mobilization Lawrence Carroll as we host
Winners for.Thursday' Nov. of having Jesus Christ as your The following slate of 1972 November 30, at the Extension and the 1,433 churches in pastor. A record attendance
11, were: First, Mr. and Mrs. personal Savior it is my sincere officers were elected as presented Office 408 W. University( ; 47 associations of the Florida' of more than suu is expectedby
Raymond Starnes; Second, Mr. heartfelt prayer that you'll by the Nominating Committee Ave., Gainesville. Baptist Convention will be mobilizing James L. l.ocke, Association
and Mrs. Bill Bartlett; Third stop right now and ask Jesus Mrs. Weyman chair- their Church Training Church Training Director.
Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs.Walter Lester Sheets SENIOR! CITIZENS '1/
Christ to come Into your heart man: President ; Department (formerly knownas
J. Grollck, and Fourth (Rev. 3:20): forgive your sins 1st Vice President Mrs. Fern Training Union) for action. Special music will be pro
Mrs. Pat Fraher and Mrs. Bill (Col. 1:14): ), and Save your soul Hanson; Corresponding Secretary Keystone Heights area members theme for the meeting will be vided by the Raiford Baptist

Terry. (Rom. 10:9: & 10)). Then you will ( Mrs. Emily leon; and are reminded that the "Train to Win. More than Church Choir, and bthe,
be Born Again and know the Treasurer, Julius Hanson. They Bradford County; Senior Citizens 20,000 Florida Baptists are expected Weeks Family. The speaker
HERE N' Tl1EflE"Mr. Joy that floods my soul. Are will be Installed at the Dec Club will meet at 1 p.m. to attend "M" Night services for tills special occasion will
and Mrs.>Robert Lappe you Born Again? ember 9 ChrUtmaj ,luncheon Tuesday Nov. 23, In the Pratt In their respective! associations. be Kcv. Bill Carmichael of
recently visited Airman GlennT. I'd like to wish my mother, meeting.The Street Recreation Hall In the Church training Department -
Few who is stationed at Cricket a belated Happy Birth door prize donated by Starke. Plans will be made for I Florida Baptist Convention .
Keesler Air Force Base in ( the annual Christmas Party on ( Jacksonville. Rev.
She celebrated her natural -
Blloxl, Miss. and took him to Mrs. Weyman was won by Lester New River Association
) birthday last Thurs December 14. Visitors are always Carmichael Is a dynamic young
New Orleans.Aftei'vislttng with Sheets. is comprised of 19 churches .
welcome from the Keystone speaker who presents a challenging
him they traveled' to Greenville day.Wednesday night I went We regret to hear that former area. and one mission located In ministry.All .
In North Mississippi to visit up Treasurer Axel Malmgren has Bradford Clay and Union' Counties
friends. They :reported the to Starke, and spent the night been ill with shingles.Members PERSONALSMrs. I ______ with a membership of ,
and the next with grandparents
foliage beautitul-through Mississippi Hubert day and my Palma wishing to write him may call Jettie Howard of Vero more than 4,000. About one- :New; River Association
and Alabama and a Chitty. Thursday afternoon I Mrs. Hanson or this reporter.Ed Beach has been visiting Mr. fourth of the total membershipis Baptists are urged to attend

wonderful time. Glenn Is workIng visited cousin Mrs. Regina Roberts was to enter Bradford and Mrs. A.P. Mailman for a- enrolled in the Church Traln- tills meeting.
on the base newspaper' and Chltty and her two sons, County; Hospital this week bout a week. _
taking courses through the University Donnie and Larry. Thursday for surgery today (Thursday). Mrs. Emily Ison of Postmasters n
of Otis lie is expected to return home Village recently returned !
Mississippi In jour- evening. I went home with
nalism. Melton and went to a skating Friday.It from an Interesting tour of .
was decided to eliminate Japan and other countries in GAINESVILLEBusiness
party In Lake Butler with the )
GIRL SCOUT DINI.'ERDon't Hampton Baptist Church. Meanwhile the Game Days for Novemberand the Orient.
December since
they are
forget to buy your tic- Mama and Oranny lope-
kets for the Girl! Scout spoh-ft'I 1\ land*went'to' Gainesville and so close to Thanksgiving and Word from Dell and Louis (

sored Turkey Dinner to. be went to a bridal shower for Christmas._._.4 .......... Kyle Indicate that they are getting DirectoryAUTO
held at the Masonic Hall Sat cousin Joan Crenshaw, then HOLIDAY PLANSIt settled In their new home.
urday night Nov. 28. Tickets spent the night with Aunt Teen- The Couples Class of the
is that all
hoped members -
may be bought from any Girl ie and Uncle Roy Crenshaw and Community Church received aU
will In the
Scout or call Mrs. John Bird. Joan and Jerry. Christmas participate Luncheon Dec. of the items from their former SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES

Sunday guests of the Chlttja; on home that the Kyles did not '
ember when table decora-
COMMUNITY CHURCH were Buddy and Merle Ellis basis give away and this took the BRASINGTONCADILLAC
will be voluntary
tions on a
The Circles of the Community of Gainesville Palma and Hubert form of a monetary contribu- I .
bv members. and the covered A ( \ Johnson & Paris Inc. .
Church Women met Monday Chitty and Lin and Oulda tion for which a good sum was OLDSMOBILE; : .
The next rat-Meeting will Quick of Starke. dishes will be a special treatA received. The class and the SALES & SERVICE _
be held on Monday Dec. 6, Mr. and Mrs. Trasler were short Christmas programis church are most appreciative. SEEDS PLANTS

at 1 p.m. at the Educational down visiting their son Andy being arranged and Rev. TII \'KiIT)971! Fine Selection of Used Can Insecurities Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Building. The Scripture will show a film on Cadillac. Trades
speaker will be over the weekend while Mr. Taken On
ar-vounced. next week and Mrs. Daryl Barrows were "The Night Before Christmas". and We Elizabeth were happy nimble to In see church John Tin1 I'ilrim, Father of. I lie Mii..-..iicliiiillH.. <:oiii"\ 2001 N.W. lUll Ph. 378-5301

in Tallahassee visiting Mrs.D. COMMUNITY CHURCH last Sunday morning.They came first (.cI,1)ratI4I. l 1 lunikiiiu& ; ; in N< \epiilcr.. I 16121 I In I lliiiuk We Rent Fertilizer SpreadVr
SCOUTS M. Humphreys. An enrollment card Is In the early as they will be honoredas (;o d l for llie IxMinliliil. liarM'Kt.Unilcrjjoin Barkley Motors Inc. 221 N.W. Blh .>h. 378-M7S
Troop 83 of the Keystone Girl Mr. and Mrs. Lagrasse and out-of-town members of the ;; I lie rigors of I lie liolilivililrriM1, **, i llii* ,

Scouts had an oUting Sunday Genevieve Saunders and sons enjoyed a seafood dinner while Eastern Star Chantor on Nov small liuml of ineii anil women cars eu out 11 future. l I" llifNueat TOYOTA
Nov. 4. They traveled to Lake of Gainesville were guests of which is Birthday GLASS
there. ember 16, of llieir Itroua mill ti f. ('rnilc, tool- \\ illi llie lu-lp

Butler where they had an Mrs.Mark Owen Reddish Bryant of Saturday.Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Paulette Month. mill sitaiire. of noine IriemlU Indian, nett i I'oixU anil 4 wheel 1 drive and cars

afternoon of roller skating.ww. spent Saturday with his grandparents of Macon, Ga., spent two weeks fruits I foull"I llieir >.a\ l I.> tlie festive: lioanl.Tlie Sales, Parts Service I

:Mr. and Mrs. D. W. with Mrs. Ruby Wolfe and Mrs. Mrs. Yola Vestal. a faithful urrett"fn,) mil' of their lulior were 11 Irilmli* to I llieirproductivity Clean Used! ToyoUn LIDDELL

Carpenter. Mark and his grandfather Beulah Smith recently. %V. member of the Senior Citizens s m..III...\, in turn .oliured "hulll.I ..}. hail produced 1700 N Mln 376-1268
S.E. MCKAYREALTOR went hunting. V. Argo spent Wednesday night Club in Starke has been quiteill. uilh llieir Indian iieiuldiorit.: Glass Company
with them, and Mrs. Techla
Dick and Betty Youngbloodand McGriff and Mrs. Dale Murray Any Keystone member wishIng It i i.* ihin Mime uhri\ hug; force ttliicli Inis motiMited, llii Beauty Academy
son Brooks Jacksonville, were down for a few days to send her a card may country in I the jearn .since II... fir.l TIIIIII.hill. :: ;:. ll liateiialded 'Cla", For Every' Purpose| "
for her address.
the weekend in their lake this reporter .
Keystone Ht*. 473-4816 spent during the week. Mrs. Trellle 114 to lieeome I the nio-l |ireroiM and I llie 11..1 l POWELL'S Store Fronts -M.rrom'
Mr. and Mrs. Day of Orlando Cheshire Is visiting them now. gem-rou nation in llie "(,rld. 'I'lur.uuszIi increased: produclitit Academy Tub Enclosure-; Showers.
HOMES ACREAGES George and Lily Cardet of ., Beauty .1 Furniture Glass Replaced
visited their son Bill and his Neighbors )' we ran continue lo |I'r" |I..r mid, lo i.luaruuuur IHIIIII- Tops --

RENTALS wife Kitty over the weekend. Miami John newlyweds and Sue Eckland, were over visiting My liful hun!>l wild. lliooe !ic-u. fortunate.. Leam a Profession. In Your :

Mrs. Llnnie Norwood returned Spare Time.\ Full or Part Time NEW LOCATION'12JH
the _
weekend. NUWMl i 3ILLzc .! ..:_
home Thursday from : .
211 M... Paul Lee and Strand- -
Melba Ilcen! 473-4740 Greg
Col. J. Ch...lnton 73-4679 Flagler Hospital In St. Augustine of Jacksonville Sunday :!! S<>. :Main (iolnf'nll'
L. J. Robln.on 475-1041* where she had been for berg spent ELECTRIC MOTORS
Pa>ch.l C. 47J-40S8 with
rr his mother Mrs. Jo
eight days. Mrs. Lillian Nor 372-8191 ; 372-1102
wood and :Mrs. Van Netta went Strandberg. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ELECTRIC
over to bring her home and Robert Mangum and Red Lee
of Jacksonville spent the week Motor Repair Co. MEN'S WEAK
end with Fred and Corrine Thle- (
man. STARKE Of Ga.1 nellvlltf!. Inc.

I Jerry Wednesday Lowe of to Jacksonvillespent Sunday with PHONE:" I 1-0200 Repairing New and- Rewinding Used. STAG N DRAG

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: :'1- Lamar Malphurs. Ills mother, 2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8118 Griffon Suits
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Koch's once again kicked off only tour minutes remained to :

to Goodman's and KocVs' one be played and First Federal ,
again came up with a pass culckly: regained the lead when
Interception eats one by Greg Patrick ran 40 yards for a ,
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when he hit Mike Kitchens In two minutes remained In the Minimum Charge .... ...1.7 the job-type training with exterior hourly or by contract.: person Longhorn Restaurant. 366 IIP. !Ram Air Post Trac-: Rochester, N.Y., Master's Degrees -
trucks hauling steel tion, Automatic:, $2,899 Call ; 7 years experience: ,
the end tone. Prevatt then ran gem,. for the extra point and a 20- Two plays later and with 30 throughout! the West. Free workmanship guaranteed. Con- 468-1707. grades 7 through Feb ;i 1 i. 1972.
0 lead which Is the way the seconds remaining\ Dyal broke Each word ever IS-7e applicationand tact LonnIe Roberts 8 a.m. FOR RENT3 bedroom unfur- teaching: 964-5606tf-chg position .
first half ended. one tor 20 yards and the winning lie Extra Chare II Dot'' : 13* 21-12" 4 p.m. weekdays 4311039. nished house. M. A. Payne, Phone
The major portion of the second touchdown and KFC had or writes Trt-State Driver Nights and weekends, 431-1768. Phone 964-6S60 after 5 P.m.
half saw things turn a- won the scoring battle 46-43. paid Training, Inc., 1367 78th St., lip 12/2 Uchg:
round. Suddenly It was Goodman's "This game was the most DISPLAY South. Tampa, Florida 33619. I STING FOR SALE- Bedroom Homeon

who did everything rightand unusual have ever seen and $1.50 Per Inch 2tp 11/25_ FOR SALEBy owner. Lots FOR SALE1970 Dodge Chal- 2 1/2 acres: land.Pecan Have well and
fish pond. :
Koch's everything wrong my'guess Is that a repetitionwill of acreage SR-230 and &R- lenger 2 dr. hard top. Factory stocked: $7200
and shortly thereafter Goodman'l never occur: ," says Asst. Memorial. Resolution HELP WANTEDSALESMANTEXAS 16 east. High, dry, and shady Installed tape deck. $200 down HOMES fruit trees. 12,500 60.63.
pushed across a score on Recreation Director Randall Proclamations, etc -7e word Ralph Bryan phone 964-6208 and assume payments.Call 964- down.Bill Monthly Powell payment Real Estate
Larry white's 2 yard run.White Davis.. ,' OIL COMPANY needs after 5 p.m. 3 tchg 12/2 6137 after 5:30: p.m. or 964- Call
j! CARDS OF THANKSSO good man over 40 for short Broker. 964-6464. tfchg.
then passed to Mike Cole for 6464 during day. tfchg: AVAILABLE
the extra point and Goodman' word or lea .. ......1." I trips surrounding Starke. Contact FOR SALEFactory built cam
trailed 20-7. .NeJ, And Activities Each word over W-7o : customers. We train. Air per for pick up truck: 8 ft. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom con- YOUR LOT
downs 1 mil A. S. Dlckerson.: Prei., Also two wheel luggage
On the next series of t I long. crete block: house near shop
Goodman' defense put two From Southwestern Petroleum Corp., trailer. Phone 964-6281. ping center. Low down pay-
points on the board with a Fort Worth Texas. Itchg lip ment, easy terms Call Bu- NOTICEStarke

safely and then trailed 209. THE BECCENTER FOR RENT- bedroom house, ford Mitchell, phone 964-6760. X3,500I6o0OSF
Then Koch's got back: on track convenient location.Adults pre FOR SALE16 room house P.O. Box 238, Starke. tfchg. and Keystone
and began to be touch: defensively ferred. Call 964-7106. lip JMVttRSTATEa : furnished with bath. Phone 964- Heights area Customers
and Carl Hamm inter- tfcho 6433. 2tp 11/25

cepted a Goodman pass and FOR SALE OR RENTFur- t FT. Hastings Mattress

returned It 35 yards for a nished house 2 bedroom cen- FOR SALE- 1968 Mustang Fastback Building LotsAvailable and Upholstery
touchdown.: Greg Watkins got tral heat and air, sun room. WATSOjN'S : 390 engine; speed trans.
the extra point and Koch's were BADCOCK GAME AWAY Near corner: 100A and 100. Ph. Excellent condition. Black: with
on the right tide of a 27-9 FROM MEN'S TITLE 964-5606. tfchg ..: U8IIIIIIIIIL ActJt1 iS' white Interior. $1.995. 964- uvula AREA 710 St. Johns Are.PALATKA .
score: and with It the cham: Badcock: : downed a game Red Manx, brands ofnr,. vacuums'iRig.Mtip.'Vsed'machiiies: 8252. 4tp. 12/2
pionship. Necka: team, 46-26 Wednesday, : from Need a lot for your dream
Nov 10, to remain undefeatedand Reduce safe and fast with Go- $10. Expert Repairs all makes. home? We've got 'eml All CALL Is Open AgainFURNITURE
Thomas scored: a touchdownAnd move them to within one Bese Tabllts & E-Vap "water Pad!.and Accessories: for all FOR SALE1967 V.W. 4 speed utilities available. Financing
First Federal trailed 14- game of the championship.: Wes" Andrews Pharmacy. 6tp ,vacuum Built fit CeitnU'vac? trans. Good condition: $795. also available. If you're interested :

12. KFC on Its next possession Badcock: will meet Kitchen's umn-cleitnlng: Systems. iU ur. Phone 964-8252. 4 tp. 12/2. call us. .Starke SLADE .
again took three plays to score: Tile on Wednesday, Nov. 17, Main. Gainesville 976-7110 First, Inc., 964-5000 at First Repaired Refinished

and Dyal recorded: touchdown: and a victory: would give them HENS FOR SALE- 50
number 3 on a 10 yard remand the title. If they should lose, South of steel mill on Lincoln nished trailer.Available to June HOME MATTRESSESFREE

then passed to Lionel Ed- then It would become: necessary City Road. Phone 964-5760. z 15, 1972. Phone 533-2366. 16 ACRES on U.S. 301 South

wards With for the a 21-12 half lead.only a minute tq play another game theone'ro'at'was ltchg AT tt EUOCjm: KATBBAUTO. tfchg: 641 ft. on Ilwy.i: $8,500.00 Cash ESTIMATES
rained out on Nov. Call Bill Powell Brokr '. 964- SERVICES
away from ending David 3. .,nttC.: BOAT Call Collect ((32&-2144
HELP WANTED- Beautician. 6464 964-6810
: or
Patrick: took off on a 25 yard The Red Necks: have been getting Call 964-8612 or 964-8413. lip D0TLE.01INNEa. CARL BEGGS
touchdown: and at the half KFC \ stronger each week, but vevARc7t AOKNCr
... Gulf Service on
led 21-18. Badcock: : wait tint tno much for FOR SALEBeauty shop Will Building Lots on SR.230.Build Far Ink(mati i
To open the second: half First them. to the lint half, the Red USED PARTS O.C. Carnes Nursery
be sold as is or can be moved. ing LoU on SR. 100. Call Bill Call Jacksonville
Federal the ball In
put play
and three plays later Patrick: Necks played real good defensive Call 964-8413 after 6 p.m. I i'M' Prleee for Wrecked Can Powell, Broker, 964-6464 or Collect Thousands of'Plants
ball as they held Badcock: :
lip Hole laYour Roof
scored from 20 out and A S4 Bate. Wrecker Service 9646810. Trees
: yards to ,13 DolntM while scoring: <: 6 Fruit Trees Shade ,
First Federal finally had the themselves. John Watson Or A Fuel Oil Evergreens, Camellias,
lead 2421. passed to Ronnie Thomas for I 'Azaleas Roses
However the lead was short Used Car LISTINGS NEEDED ON
two touchdowns and Woody j WHOLENEW
lived as on the next series Strickland added an extra point Kwy. Ml N. Wale Homes, Acreage, Farms Tim- Mat la can. Plant" AnytimeLANDSCAPING
KFC regained the lead 27-24 ber and Timber Lands, Lake
fornBadcocks." : : Harvey Smith 4O-1MI
with Searle scoring: from 10 ran 20 .yards for the RedNecks I property.; A.J. Thomas, Real- SEWINGMACHINE U MI. S.E. of Stark/' Hwy. 100
yards out. On the ensuing series touchdown. ROOFJ TT tor Tel. 964-5701. Florthome 659-216

First Federal went back: In In the second: half, Badcock: '
front 30-27 as Barry Thomas & J Roofing Co. FOR RENT- Furnished & unfurnished -
rolled ,up 33 points and the Red -.... .
scored from 1 15 yards out. Necks: added Then It was Dyal for KFC scoring half. Phone 961-8778: also house in country W.H. ..M.-1I J The Glass Shop
going 25 and KFC AUTOMOIUf M4KMJGODDING Nollman.. tfchg: .J ::.= Sales and Service
yards a Bad ock got things started Hiway 301 South ; :
33-30 lead. Barry Thomas then as,,Vyatagn hit Woody Strick: & CLARK a oxa hr, as OMEl, INC.. PFAFF NECCIII CIao

raced 35 yards and ran for land :(11a 10 yard touchdownpass. 3nd Av & 2n4 Si S I37S231 LARGE GUITAR Amplifier,can: New HomeUniversal
the conversion to give First Watson converted the I be had for repair charges only. For
extra -
Federal a 37-33 lead. KFC point and the score was GAINESVILLEoff FOR SALE212 yr.oldQuar- --Dahmer's Discount. 2tehg $49:50
regained the lead with Searle 11/18 : up AH CARS and TRUCKS
20-6. Watson found Ronnie Thomas terhorse filly $350. Phone 964-
going In from 5 yards out. open in the end zone from 5240 after 5 P.m. 2tchg 11/18 LOST bright carpet: colors Parts & Repairs on Installed WhiJe>U-WaIt
Dyal scoring: the extra point 10 '.yards away and Badcock: restore them with Blue Lus- all other Make Ma Custom Vinyl'Auto Tops).

for a 40-37 KFC lead. had .another touchdown: Jim for Kitchen's as he ran 41 ter BrownVolkswagen tre. Rent electric shampooerl.Devrick chines.NATIONAL.. I
Garlington made the extra yards for their first touchdown.: 25 POINT Ladles Diamond Ring Inc., Builders Hard- 1017 N. Main T G'vffl.

point and Badcock: Increased The extra point was not good. for half prtce.--Dahmer's Discount ware & Supplies, Starke, Fla.

Small FryFootball. their lead to 276. Kitchens added another touch-: : House 2tchg 11/18 It W. Ifniv. Avo.
The Red Necks team mustered down a few minutes later as ,-
their offense and drovein Belote passed 39 yards to Ran- Gainosvillo, Florida
for a score with Harvey dall McGee. Gene Melvin added '378-1355" '
the extra point and Kitchens MOORE'S
Smith passing 7 yards to JIMMY

(From Page 10)) Lloyd the Cllpln.extra Mike point McRae:and added the- had Draw-Tlte a 13-0 on the scoreboard SUN SPORTS New A Veal WEDDINGS PORTRAITS ,.

as Dean Johns hit Mark Sales Service COMMERCIAL PUMPSNEW
Red Necks closed: In at 2713.It BOAT FOR 1\
COMMUNITY BANK 12 didn't take Badcock: : long to Graudons with 5-yard touch-: MOORE 114 N. Walnut
ANDREWS 6'Community eraMt-, that gain as Watson down pass and as things turned YOUR MONEY 1 ML North ef Tin MaliGAINESVILLE Starke 964-8188. AND USED PAINTS
Bank and An- passed .to Jim Garllngton a out, that was to be all the points
drews, the two teams battlingto 4 yard) touchdown. The extra Draw-Tlte would get the whole Starke Ph. 9644791 SALES

r escape the cellar, brought point was o good and the score night. 355 55 55 5**5 PARTS SAMEPRICE
In the second: half, Bolote Complete Outboard A
things back: to a normal pace: was 3313. After an Interception
following the high scoring of Watson hit Garllngton with a 60 passed 43 yards to John Pow- Stern Drive Service and 8 TRACK TAPE Decks repairedand For Sale By Owner SERVICE

KFC and First Federal. yard bomb and Badcock: Increased ell for one touchdown and then Repair. Complete Fiberglass cleaned: at Dahmors DIs- Deep nnd Shallow Wells \
Community Bank assured : their lead to 39-13. McGee seven yards to Randall Repair. Custom- count, fast service: tfchg: 20 acres on SR 100 4 Milo Water Softeners and
for another to end the South of Stark.. From.
themselves of third place: and MlkeiMcRae, : then broke loose FiltersPlumbing
thereby relegated Andrews on,..45: ,yard touchdown: run for scoring for the night, as Kitchens built Fiberglass Flahtaf House with now roof. 1400

Drugs to the cellar as the the i Red Necks to put the score : won their fifth game in Boat.. INTERESTED IN: BUYING ; ft. on Hiwoy 833 ft. on Supplies AS. f
seven starts to trail Badcockby '
bank team trimmed Andrews 39-19.-rlm Garlington then : Graded Road.

12-6. pasted, 20 yards to Woody two games.STANDINGS. OR SELLING ONLY $13,950 EXPERT SERVICE ON Jacksonville F
Community Bank's scoring SiricHland: for another tp.uc.h-! WATER FRONT LOTS ALL ,
In the first half 20 NOV. 10 REAL ESTATE MAKES
came on a down' for Badcock FOR SALE
then Ronnie
yard run by Eddie Jackson anda ;Thoma. added the extra Badcock: : Furniture 7-0, Kit On Crosby Lake and Crosby 29% dn.-balance $86.79 mo PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE 102 E. BROWNLEE

10 yard run by Tim my Gls.y. point,(lald) the score stood 46- chen Tile 5.2. Draw-Tlte 2-5, Lake Canal. )Canal 50 feet CONTACT Call Bill Powell 964-6810
Andrews Drugs only score: Red Necks 0-7,
19.rl .";JK' wide 8 feet deep) Located: on
came: In the second half with The Red Necks weren't State Road 100, 3 miles West GEORGE ROBERTS After 5 P.M.SAVE PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
Yulee Klrchalne: scoring from through as Harvey Smith SCHEDULE of Starke, Fla. Ideal for vaei-: Taking; applications foi

10 yards out.WEDNESDAY passod.33 yards to Leaton Morgan WEDNESDAY! NOV. 17- 7:30: lion cottage, mobile home or REAL ESTATE
,,;, i for their last touch-: Draw-Tlte vs Red Necks: 9 Inve.cment.J WE REPAIR ''nd sell nearly FHA 235
NOV. 10- down. The extra point was good p.m., Kitchens vs. Badcock.WEDNESDAY : J Prices start at$1.295.00, $200 PHONE 964-7026 Those Long Distance every needle made for any ''
KFC 20 and i the game ended with the NOV. 24, (If down and $35.00 month for 14 421 W. MADISON ST. Phon. Calls brand stereo regardless of age. New Bride 3 and .4
ANDREWS 12 score: 46-26. ) Draw Tlte .wnnt4i (8 1/2 % simple Inter- Also the long play records at Bedroom\ Homes
Kentucky Fried Chicken necessary7:30: : W. now handle air line $1 off
Thc second: on). regular price at Dah-
closed out Its season by whipping Kltche. 'a Tile down Draw-Tito saw vs Badcock: : 9 p.m., Red :Necks Call 964.7701 8 a.m. to 9 FOR SALEGibson Guitar $100 tickets, cruise, and tour. mer's Discount. tfchg: Call for Details

Andrews Drugs 2012. The 251I10'Belote started things vs. Kitchens: p.m. weekdays. tf sash: (firm). Call 964-7337 Low Down Payment
win was number 10 for the W. offer a special package .... ,
'FOR CoIf :::: :<<-:>>:<< .cect.:: :::::: : ::>.".,:::: :\ and Moderate;'MonthIyPayments
league champs against one loss. LOTS SALE Starke FOR Tour of New
SALE225 Amp. Miller
Eddy Djal scored twice on ., .- & Country Club, ready for made electric: welder. Never Diiney World i \

runs while of Duane 35 yards Searle and scoredonceon 25 yards: -i" :nrt< Housing Is Our Business building Lots area on or approximately for Investment.1/2/ used 964-8418, still crated.: lip $125. Call Call 964-7449 Miconm LONGCIIAMP HOMES .;

a !10 yard run and Lionel acre and larger. Paved roads Phone '64- S53
Edwards tallied an extra point. : only 3 minutes from town. TOWN FINANCE CO. !J 801\Bouts Stark

Leonard Johnson scored once: al, Call 964.7701, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. P.O. Bu 226 N. Temple .TF. I o,
for Andrews and passed to brother tfchg: l
Chuck: for the other touch Jil"A made to yourr \ ..- ,

down. IrjI. OPENING AVAILABLE for I; individual: hearingreyuirenenis SEWING MACIUNC-Cleaned! .

CO\l! n'1l.1TBXK 21 .. t male shipper High school: gra- at no oiled and adjusted In jour
FIRST FEDERAL 12 duate. Experience helpful but REFINISHING additional cost. home, $5.00. Vacumn cleaner '
Community. Bank finished not necessary. Will train an ALL TYPES I repairs also. All work guaranteed.

their season with a win over .. aggressive conscientious per- UPHOLSTERYCABINET ALL MAKE HEARING Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone ,
second: place First Federal,21- son. Apply !In person Vogue WORK 431-1428 tote
:Manufacturing Co. Route 100. AIDS REPAIRED
12.The .4..(. Expert: Reproductions '
bank team took a 7-0 ItchgCL'S HEARING! FOR RENT-: 12 wide, 2 bed- :)

lead early In the !game as Eddie E Jj/}./.,Ys ,..,..1. faanytflag fion lffyyaatl to &"ttAl/it C. E. JACKSON msmsmSALE GAINESVILLE room trailer outside city limIts 1
Jackson: passed to Curtis "roM SEW IXC-Fashion Fabrics. J.B. White, 964-6114, U
Davis f"r.the. touchdown. Jack-: HF : 114 E. Call St.' Phone 1313 W. Madison Starke AID CO. no answer call 964-8799. I
son then scored the extra point. ,,1 964-8344. 4tp 12/9 1137 N. W. 23rd Av. I'

Barry Thomas scored for We Sell The Best Modular House In Florida Let AVO1CALLllIG: : :'
in. svill. Florida'
First Federal on a 25 yard FOR SALEHog and deer pup a ,' 32601
run and First Federal trailed 'Us Prove It. pies now ready for woods. Mobile home deluxe Interiorand $ ,10 And UpGeneral Phone 376.0095 : AVON: GIFTS? k

76. Eddie Jackson Increasedthe 'We Also Stock The Largest Inventory of 24 Wide Males $75, females 86:>. Call furniture. $4,295: deliveredand :::e:,: ::: : :,c.x< lead
to 14-6 touch-
on a write for color photo. Pat
set Olln's Mobile Home P. O. Drawer B. Lake Geneva
down of 30 yards and an Mobile Homes In The Southeast. up. ,
run Casey, Box 303, Matlacha Sta Sales. Phone 964-5606. 32660. Better yet, become: an
extra point. Just before the u>1& Different Finance Plans Up To 33 Years on tion. Ft. !\I'era 33901 or 813- tfchg: AVON Representative and sell
half ended First Federal made
2380977. 3tp
the score 12-14 when David Modulars And Up To 12 Years On Mobile Homes. 4 ......... ..... M them to many others who wantto
.-------- - - - buy them.
Patrick got loose for 20 yards. finance Plans With NO Down Payment IncludingV.A. ------ ---WW SHOP

Only one score: was recorded -
In the second half and this Financing. 1I Farm Whispering Pine .Mp- FOR SALEGas range 30 In-

die was Community Mike Jackson Bank's Ed-got 1 ";''Just Come To Our Office -_We Do The Rest. I FACTORY HELP NEEDED i & Western Store tel US 301 S. Phone ches.almost: Four new.burner Call 964-5051frem,double oven,

the extra point and a 21.12 ) 9 a.m. to 5 pm,1Other, 964-
win. I Owen Joist' of f Florida l<{ < Inc n..dl dependable, obi. i LAKE BUTLERFOR UTILITY TRAILERS 6097. Itchg.

FINAL STANDINGSKFC 10- HL bodi.d factory help Ho xp.ricnc nc.sory. CUSTOM BUILT iI 1

1 I. First Federal 9-5-1, Com. 0', St. Johns Mobile Homes Steady work, ov.rtlmt, fringe benefit. .: SALE: 200 Acre Farm, GAS AND ELECTRIC -
Bank 4-6-1 Andrew. 2-9.
q pJw8 80 A. cleared, bal. In Umber WELDING BRAZING I II

Inc. IF YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY : dwellings barns, tobacco allotment SHEET METAL ,

.. '40IJr1IcK AT' paved road Terms TRAILER HITCHES FURNITUREQuality
HIV f BURN 'EM : 1
THAT'S AIR POLLUTION/ i A.J. Thomas,Realtor Tel.964- INSTALLED I I .
'Ill) J.400 GREEN COVE SPRINGS JOIST 5701. Home Furnishing
blJ'1C': e) Custom Draperies
-Y 1 A 1>nt Lincoln City Road .
tC titc Phone 284-5439 Monday through Friday 5 Carpeting
; 7:00 1!' we Doirr HATB: rrct Interior by Victor
.: To 5:00: P.M. we'C r Iw --< o Be i iea. 1(00 Park Ave Orange art,

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