Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:00473
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P i: v 1. .v4 1 p. 4 e Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown

Wreck County 63 year old Starke service

station operator wQn the

Leaves L E-: Trials nomination much sought for Democratic Clerk of

the Circuit Court in Tues

yR day's run-off primary

Driver Slated nosing out Randy Johns
tw 14 by a narrow 62 vote margin

after the absenteeswere

Critical County Judge's Court will t-' ..,,- 4 it counted.:
convene Monday at 9:30: a.m. .r- Johns and Brown were the
with the following cases on the survivors of the orglnal six-
docket: r man First Primary scramble
Kenneth Dale Aberthal 23, which saw four candidates eli
of Starke, Is still in a coma Jessie Vernon Criffls: im- r minated.

and under intensive care In proper license tag, and no valid Final count in Tuesday's balloting -
the University Hospital Inspection certificate including absentee
Gainesville, as a result of InJuries Leamon Vernon Williamson: votes was: Brown 1,839; Johns
received in a one-car :!t't: !..,. ... {Ie. driving while intoxicated. tW 1777. Brown will face Republican -
accident In the 4100 block of David Arnold Lowry: failure l opposition in the General
NW 13th Street, Gainesville J Election from Inman D. Green,
to have vehicle under control.
last Saturday afternoon Newly I elected officers of the 75- of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Normon. Wanda Sapp: worthless check. 4 who was appointed by Gov.KIrk

member Diversified Cooperative Training secreta ry-l reasurer. Johnny Hernandes: contributing t o nil the office of the late
Aberthal totally demolished O.il!: at Bradford High are: In rear: Danny Jackson son of Mr. to delinquency of a minor Charles A. Darby until the

his late m den Ford Torlna and Front row ((1'r) Diane Thorna and Mrs. Eddie Jackson sergeant at Jesse Clyde: Lawrence: driving -- next election. Whoever is elect-

received critical head and chest / *. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. arms; Joey Dampier son of Mr. and while intoxicated. ed on November 3 will serve

injuries upon skidding rear end '.'''humu-.. reporter; Randal Zipperer Mrs. John D. vice Sickle Dean Frick: impro- Sen. Slade about the last two years of Darby's
first, at a high rate of speed Dampier, president; of lane questioned spiraling insurance rates.
change or
course term.
into a palm tree in the me- -on of :Mr.' and :Mrs. Charles Zipperer Steve Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. per Tom Hardy: driving while In- Brown carried ten of the

dian strip of the highway. president : !Sherrie' Norman, daughter L. Johns, Jr.. reporter. toxicated. county's 17 precincts in scoring

Investigating officers reported Dean Emery Brule: no tag. a hard-fourght victory over
skid marks of more than Larry Lee Turner: nuisance Slade his younger opponent. Both men
:200 feet at the scene of the Politics
phone calls. were making their first bid in
accident which occurred around John B. Smith: petit larceny. county politics.
3:20: p.m. Aberthal's car spun New City Engineers Frank Andrew Whitenack: In other county races on the
completely around before striking disrespect to nag. Tuesday ballot, Eddie Allen

the tree.Aberthal Harold Lester Knowles:driving racked up a 128-vota lead to
an ex-Na\y!\ man,
while Intoxicated win the county Commission
originally from Texas, Is mar- Joseph Renner: voluntary In- Home Folks"As District 4 seat over E.W. Hodges -
ried to the former Pat Harper toxication. Jr. The final count,includ-

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wll- Engaged By CouncilTwo Charles LoU Jr.: voluntary ing absentees was: Allen 1,815;
!le Harper of Highway 100 Intoxication It Allen'ssecond
Hodges 1.687. was
one fella said 'I shirt with open collar and
South, with whom they were guess
Annie Lou Lott: profane and bid for the office have
Ih Ing. gonna have to vote fora sleeves rolled up.
indecent been defeated four
language. ing years
doggone Republican to Speaking briefly to the
The Abertlmls had returnedto geta crowds
then Incumbent
O'Neal Hunt in the
Jayne : driving ago challenging -
Starke from Texas several new engineering firms and utilities.Fred state treasurer', Sen. Tom Slade termed opponent
ter sewer, gas for the two firms to begin representing while intoxicated.John Mrs Jessie Chas-
months and engaged by the Starke & Slade told a crowd of 500 Malley Dade county commissioner -
ago thejoungman were Wilson Associates will the city effective: Edward Woods: reckless taln who was not a candidate
was employed on August II as City Council In a special meeting handle engineering for the city in two weeks when the 30- driving. gathered Saturday night at the one of the most liberal this time around.In .
a line crew trainee at the called late Monday afternoon plant and electrical Union County farm of Sheriff men to seek political office
power sys day termination notice to the Jerry Lee Glance: contributing the closest race on the
John Whitehead in State Florida for
to hear Slade the of
Gainesville office of Clay Electric Both Jacksonville
tem. are firm of Reynolds Smith and to delinquency of a minor. ticket, Johnnie Blaine Johnson
Cooperative, Bessent, Hammack & Associates firms with offices onHendrlcks speak and to eat barbecue chicken. many years.
H Milton David White eked :31-vote
Hills Is up. R, S & was given failure out a victory over
It Is reported that he had inc: will handle engineering Avenue. "If you like a liberal you'regonna
notice of termination Sept. 16., to yield right of way. Arthur R.Catkins for the School
changed spark plugs In his car services for the city's wa An will be drawn dr Reaching the beautiful country love himthe Duval
; agreement Recommendation to Mary Ann Blocker: profane Board District One post Complete *
and satisfied with ___ u _____ u__ __ engage setting at dusk after flying senator noted.
was not quite the two firms came from u- and indecent language and official returns including -
in from Panama City and landing Never before,Slade said have
Its operation, so took it to
Neil Eugene Woods assault and absentees Thompson
Committee Chairman -
tility : / gave
at had issue
the voter clear-
Raiford senator an so
appeared -
a tune-up station on NW 13th -
Tucker. He, Councilman Orte battery 1.765 to Casklns 1734.
relaxed in a pullover ly divided"Tom Slade from
street Saturday In \fter Gainesville recelveing earlier the SA ContestIs Wiggins, and Power Plant Supt. Gene Vanianfc assault and this part of the state or Tom
George Graudon met with representatives battery. "
O'Malley from the other end.
motor tune-up he is believedto
of the new firms John Payne Wlllinghempro: STATE RACESIn
His taken
have taken the car out fora Monday Sept. 21, to work out tone and Indecent language;possession interesting campaign twist Slade noted."We've an.
road test about the time
a tentative >proposal.> of alcoholic beverageby the race for Go vernor
had a serious loss-
light rain started falling Just "The committee feels this a minor; assault and battery Bradford failed to pick the winner -
enough to make the road slick, Is Broward Williams. We sure to favor Earl
Toss the right way to go under continuing
regretted that .
it was said. UpA the circumstances," Council Falrcloth by a margin of 153
The Saying It was good to be backon
Impact was so great that man Tucker said Tuesday. Gary Waging: possession of home ground Sen.Slade spent votes. llie final count nere,
the rear end of the car cavedin
"There considerable alcoholic Including absentees, was:Falr
saving beverage by a minor; the remainder of the evening
and came up through the involved in a turn-key operation profane and indecent language; chatting with anyone who caredto cloth 1.707; Askew 1.554. In
floor boards. Tucker He said statewide voting, however, Askew
added. assault and battery.
\berthal Is still under an very sound defensive team best the Tornadoes will face step up and address him
he realizes much of the change staged a surprisingly
artificial breathing machine at and a tall quarterback with a this season. With reports on Eric Paul Johnson a and circulating through the
: Falrcloth
of engineers has been "keptIn possession 5 N strong victory over ,
the hospital. golden arm Is what Coach David SA in of alcoholic F crowd which came from nine
still coming however beverage
the dark" but that was necessary by a North Florida racking up 434,501 votes toFaircloth.
face counties.
Hurse and his Tornadoes he's not so certain. he explained because minor; profane and indecent! '. 319.379.
Fox when St. Augustine comes to Majority of the crowd came
HuntingA Running the same 4-3-4 defense of professional ethics among language; assault and battery. The West Florida senator apparently -
from Bradford Baker and Union
town tomorrow nightCame -
BHS Jacket defenders
as engineers hit a popular note with
time is 8 on Brad Counties but Duval Columbia -
fox hunting club called the p.m. poured through Lake City'sline The Utility Committee has his proposal of a corporationtax
admissionspolicy Clay and Nassau
ford Field. The new Alachua -
North Florida Fox-Hunters Association like water through a screen, investigating enlarging the DOT Meeting to relieve the burden on the
of admitting free high were also represented, according -
BHS scouts "
has been formed in reported.The power plant with a turn key rb "little man. Falrcloth's "low
school students showing an ID to Bobby Turner who
Bradford County by a group Jackets like Bishop Kenny meaning the complete Job Set in key" campaign failed to gen-
card and elementary students have than the would Monday was charge of the barbecue.
more depth
of Interested persons. accompanied by a parent will be given to a specific i erate enthusiasm or inspire
Officers of the new club are be in effect. School officials Tornadoes. They switch nine firm to carry to completion.In Getting more attention than strong support at the polls.
>players> on defense." such a case, the successful the senator his Cor-
Wesley Moody, President Ed- was bride.
; with
the ;
were pleased new policy ,
The Tornadoes have two The County Commission will Another upset by a"new face"
win Johns, vice-president;H.F. young firm would supply much ky. If Mrs. Slade didn't get
after the Macclenny
Wiggins, sec-trea.FiretMeet- overflowed game the football game under their belts. of the engineering relieving meet Monday Oct. 5, at 5:30: around to speaking to was staged by Lawton Chiles
when fans every-
held at the home of stands. They Improved over the Mac the city; of that responsibilityat p.m. In the courthouse with representatives s one at the dinner, she came "the walking senator" who

Wesley Moody on the Ralford The Tornadoes will be lookingfor clenny game against Bishop a saving of dollars from the Florida close to it. The vivacious red- scored an amazing, nearly two-
Kenny but the Crusaders surprised Wilson & Associates will Department of Transportation to-one victory over exGovernor
Road off SR-100 In the west their second win after beatIng represent head was the picture of friendliness -
them with their toughness Purpose will be to seek Farris Bryant for the U.S.
side of Bradford County. Baker County 41-6 and tie- throughout a as she stood In the serving .
The Inexperienced BHS explanation of the county's Senate seat being vacated by
Anyone interested in Joining turn key for $19,500, line and introduced herselfto
Bishop Kenny
Ing line is improving with each secondary road spending from Sen. Spessard Holland. The
> the
regardless of where they live according to proposal given who passed.
If everyone
"It looks as St. Augus
is invited to attend the next Coach David game Coach Hurse says. tile city.That DOT officials County commissioners Corky Slade Chalrmin Bobby Turner said statewide vote was 458,554 for
tine will be rough -
meeting Saturday Oct. 10, at Hurse said Tuesday, The The Tornadoes Hurse ad- compares to charges have sought the meeting Chiles to 239,609 for Bryant.
for some time charmingly: campaigns: Bradford picked the winner
7 also set at the Moody 'Continued en Paso Four,
p.m. Yellow Jackets are rated a (Continued on Pave Four) 'Continued on Page Pour) \ this
race giving Chiles 2,134to
residence. solid football team by BUS for
:::::;:,:::)'X:::::::::::::::::::::::::: -:: <" coaches who expect no easy COMPLETE OFFICIAL RETURNS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPTEMBER 29 1970 BryantBradford voters also failedto
time here Friday night. With back the winner in the race
each report the BHS coaching PRECINCT NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 134 13b 14 154 15b TOTAL TEES COUNT for Attorney General giving Its
staff receives the tougher they
approval to Elmer Friday with
I believe St. Augustine will be. U. S. SENATOR: 1,662 votes to 1,416 for Robert

O n rietf I One high school phone Hurse Fa..u 119 82 55 57 103 61 111 122 99 82 74 26 44 42 27 1 234 40 1.274Lllwton Shevln. In statewide voting

Tuesday report that to Lake say City their was scouts lucky lh1h 199 84 95 113 "'fiT 92 62 223 178 j! ii. 92 180 22 98 96 43 2.060 74 2.134 with however 365,286, Shevin votes won to Friday's the post

to beat SA last week. The TIgers 307,112.

won 13-0 but it should GOVERNOR/LT. GOVERNOR: For member of the Florida
I f. have been 6-0 BHS scouts reported Askew I Adams 162 65 68 69 1S2 ,. S2 161 122 1a 72 71 ",; 4 ';1 A/1/ 149'; 8 1 .S 4I Public Service Commission,

i after viewing the game. Tll ... 145 101 70 93 171 6] 89 1715 15a 7a 11] 91 15 1'1 70 52 41 1.';'" 54 1 707 Bradford voters favored William
f Hurse first said that SA should H. Bevis with 1,593 votesto
be no tougher than Bishop Ken .
for Wilson
1,119 W. Wright
f ny, a team he rated one of the
Elme.. F"'GaY 103 58 75 92 184 73 85 156 154 82 108 90 144 25 81 2 41 1 609 5 1.662'ROM. Bevis also led In statewide _
voting with 328,846 votes to
rf ..!: SheYln 207 BI'i' 157 55 IZ5 59 fiB 15Z 100 7fi 7R fi4 90 19 44 "iR 1R 1.fifi::! "i0 1.4115
KEY TOPRECINCTS Wrlghf 254,266.


f% Chicken Dinner ( W1 l1am H (1111 136 55 75'.n. 174 613 18 124 B8 101 76 125 28 B8 60 29 1.549 44 1.593Wl1 REPUBLICAN RACE

1 : _on W. Wrlaht_ 111 63 49 ..u. 99 39 94 107 _" I 7R "iR 90 :16 34 24 24 _1.064 55 1.119
Church of God At f# Following is the key to Brad Claude Kirk won the Republican -

Lawtey. ford County precincts: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT: nomination for Governorwith

GIIber% S (!Gib: ) Brown 144 143 93 109 194 87 67 161 H3 61 10 97 1 56 1.8 9 194,736 votes to 149,129for
,r US 301 South <| Hall. HiU- his opponent Jack Eckerd.
No. Lawtey City anohns' 197 88 59 70 157 69 122 189 154 116 124 84 16 63 _1.777
No. 2- Lawtev East) Although less than a hundred
Saturday Oct. 3 f No Fairgrounds.. Republican voters turned out
No. 4- Auto Inspect Sta. COUNTY CtM1ISSIONER-DIST. 4: .. ... .. in Bradford, the vote here was
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5-8 P.M. | No. 5- BHS Auditorium. EC2C21. Allen 229 1 124 tI I ..4.. IS I 4 14U 1Si: 1'1.j .tljS almost two to one for Kirk.

:::: No. Bayless Hwy E. W._ Hodau._ Jr. 103 9Z M 89 19] 70 175 142 92 fig 70 14] 20 62 101 54 1.6/1/ 57 1.687 5933.
r $1.25 Plate No. 7- HJE School. Bradford again lived up to Its

No. 8- Old Armory SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER-DIST. 1 : reputation of voting a high percentage .

trJ hQ elnmunit; .!!! No. 9- Southslde.No. Arthur R. GUle1nS 231 64 78 9onne 171 84 5 155 91 112 7 127 29 7 84 6 1 84 SO 1 .7 strength.of In the Its First qualified Primary voter,

I 10Tleresea.No .. 81"ne 113 154 74. 79 174 fi6 124 lA2 U. ln7 97 128 17 7 48 34 1.7/11/ 64 1 ,765REPUBLICANBAlLOT Bradford led the state with a

t4tcjfjdnt\ Hampton.. 72 per cent vote according to
12Starke Library
No. election officials in Talla
i No. 13ATenrillegar's.. hassee. The turn-out Tuesdaywas
.., ,
A a N. t.wr.d No. 133- Graham
not quite so good, but was
... No. 14-Strutti res. GOVERNOR T, GOnRNOR:
,.....Dace. still a strong 61 per cent, again -
i No. ISABrooker.. ECUI"'d" Elrod 2 2 1 5 5 2 4 1
near the all
1an. top among
...............".w 1 Nt)". 15B- New River Kirk I os Orne TT I Z T 8 '2 .. 6 6 10 2 3 1 to 6 1 57 2 59 Florida counties.f .

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Col. & Mrs. Griffin Whitehead-Rosier

'C. I Honored at Dinner Engagement ToldMr.

In St. AugustineThe
r and Mrs. Rudolph Sink
Officers Club at the State I announce the approaching marriage -
t L Arsenal in St. Augustine was ; of their daughter Sally
the scene of a reception and Whitehead to RobertLew1s Rosier -

F' r ; dinner last Saturday night honoring ,L ti ti'y tiJ son of Mr.and Mrs.RobertLincoln
retiring Col. James A. v ,of Jacksonville.
Griffin. I wedding will take place
Griffin and Mrs. The
Gladys Mooty Phone 984-7108 Attending this affair were 125 Fr Saturday. Oct. 3, at 8 p.m.

Editor officers and wives of the Flo- 'y In the First Presbyterian
Society '
rida National Guard.In Church, Starke.A .
the recelvelng line were reception will be held in

-4 t1 MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Henry W. the manse after the ceremony.
bFi+'eFitst McMillan, Col. and Mrs Griffin -

Lt. Col. and Mrs. R.S.
Pinson, and MaJ. Shirley Sneed. MurrayFreemanWedding
Lt. Col. PInson and MaJ. Sneed Date Set
are recent arrivals In St. Au-

the dinner. Gen. The'wedding of Miss Bonnie

McMillan, the Adjutant Gen- Elaine Murray, daughter of

eral, who served as masterof lMartha... < '" Mrs. Bonnie Murray of Starke,
s ceremonies, presented Col. to Staff Sgt.Sylvan August Free-
--- ---- -- -- Griffin with life membershipcards man of Great Falls, Montana,

Mrs. Ruby Johns (center) surrounded in the Florida National Bollinger will be an event of Thursday,
hPp by a few of the
many In the MadI-
8 at 6
Guard Officers Association,and Oct. p.m.
1 friends who gathered for a surprise luncheon in her honor at noon the National Guard Officers To Wed Dec. 19 son Street Baptist Church.

Il n+ s a'Mk Wednesday Sept. 23. Association of the United States,

Including a letter of appreciation DYAL REUNIONSET
: Mrs. Ruby Johns Honored By FriendsAt from James F. Cantell. Dr. and Mr the. engagement B.C. Bollinger of OCT. 4

\, MaJ. Gen. (Ret) president of nnounce
Surprise Birthday Luncheon the National Association. Also 'their daughter Martha Ann of The Dyal Family Reunion Is
w :Mobile Ala to William Mene-
_zt P presented was' a red white scheduled In Green Cove

\ 4 Mxty-tnree friends and relatives coming and presented the following sional Woman's Club, and beinga and blue golf'l bag, and a gift fee Mrs.Breland W.M. DI Breland, son of Mr.Jr..and of Springs Sunday, Oct. 4, In the
certificate redeemable at the
member of the council
of Mrs. Ruby Johns, who were seated with city & Club Hattteebu rg, Miss.The Park.
for 12 Country
led by Mrs. W.B. Mundy, gavea Mrs. Johns: Mrs. L.M. Gaines years. marriage will take placeat
V surprise luncheon at the Holiday Mrs. Ruth Broadway Mrs.Ron Mrs. Terwillegar after a pro shop. 7:90pm.,December,In the
1 '"f ItLt Inn on Wednesday of last nie Mundorf, Mrs. Freeman few friendly remarks, pre- First Baptist Church: of Hat-
week at 12 o'clock to celebrate Register, Sr. Mrs. Morgan sented Mrs. Johns with an or- Doyle ConnersTo tieiburg.MM employed at the Mobile In-

her birthday anniversary. Darby, and Mrs.Clyde TerwUl- chid.Mrs. Bollinger graduated firmary.Mr. .
Powell read the poem, Host Luau In Breland Is a 1968 graduate -
I The main table, where the egar. from Bradford High School .
1t honored guest was seated, was Mrs. Powell gave some of "To My Friend, by Grace 1966, and William Carey College of Hattiesburg High School
1 l n centered with a beautiful decorated the important events In the Noel Croweh and presented the Commissioner of Agriculture Hattietburg. In 1970, witha and Is now enrolled In William
birthday cake, flankedby honoree's life Including the honored guest with the book, Joyle Conner and Mrs. Conner B.S. degree In medical technology Carey College In mathematics.
two five-branched silver national award she receivedas "All of the Women of the Bible trill be hosts at a Polynesian and biology. She was a He Is a member of Chi Beta

candalabra holding burning yellow "mother of the recreation by Edith Deem \. uau at their home, 2902 Wood- member of Carey Chorale CM Phi, Phi Mu Alpha, honorary
of Starke" being At the conclusion of the pro- side Drive, Tallahassee after and Chi Mu
tapers. Small yellow chrysanthemums program Beta Phi scientific fraternity, music fraternity,
and garlands of named "woman of the year"by gram all joined hands and sang the football game on October Pre-Med. Club, and is now Epsilon, mathematics society.
VWi ivy placed at Intervals repeatedthe the Business and Profes- "Blest Be The.Tie That Binds, 10. The public is cordially Invited -
to attend.
yellow color moW.Threebranched .
silver can- -

delabra holding lighted yellow .
tapers. centered the other

i : tables. Place cards marking the
,. __ seating arrangements completed Iff/
the table decorations. .., l
Following the blessing, given '
by Mrs. L.G. Powell, who had 'f

charge of the program, Mrs. ,
Mundy thanked everyone for DEPARTMEHT STORES ISTARKE PLAZA '
I Patricia Jean Bigham Becomes Bride
Open Mon. thru. Thurs.q ., -
Of Kenneth M. Williams in BrookerMiss Women Golfers < .ll1 day,9to8P.M.. --.
Have Buffet eTHUR :;11)"J: Pri., Sat. 9 to. 7 P.M. r

Patricia Jean Bigham, Lake Butler. They wore gowns e FR I a '/t '" Open Sunday afternoons, JACKETEOO f y
identical to the honor attendants < i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William -
E. Bigham Jr., of Brooker except In a lighter shadeof Members of the Ladles Colt SAT 6 LADIES f:11
and Kenneth Michael Williams orchid, and their flowers Association sponsored a nine BONDED
were also the same. hole Scratch Foursome last <; ,..=i..l
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Deborah Jane Green, niece of Sunday afternoon followed bya /:}< ..... $ -
Ivan Williams of Lulu, 4'.t $7.99value s .... J.A .
exchanged vows In a candlelight the bride, was flower girl and buffet supper attended by 43 ..' 7r PANTS .....
q r rt.ICU'
ceremony In the Brooker Baptist was attired like the other at- adults and 12 children. V r'
Church at 8 p.m. Saturday tendants. Winners were list low net, 'I H 1 '!'
Sept. 5.Performing. Ivan (Bubba) Williams, nephew Shirley Johns and John Wat- C> : '
of the groom, of Fernan- son; 2nd low net, Ruth Broadway r. ) 1 f" <
was Terrific value! All
ceremony acry9 i nylon ;: .1: l
Rev. James L. Temple, pastorof dine Beach, was ring bearer. and Cal Calhoun of Jacksonville j ass; Bonded 7 quilted shell and lining I- :;;;
Harold K. Grlner of Lake tied for 3rd low net .f fjI.
; ed
the church.A to tailor$17 zipper front and 2 patch \ :; ,.
program of nuptial music Butler, was best man, and ushers were Beverly McRae and Jim J'{,t;>; comfort. -fiI.FU. pockets. Fall colors, .- ...t. I .
Billy bro- Shaw, of FSU, and Naomi Harris o-
was presented by Miss Mar- were Bigham plaids in varies sizes S-XL.h M t""
garet Brice organist, of Bron- ther of the bride, Doug White- and Jewett Fogg. ;ii styles. l '_'"' \ <'.. \ "" ,' : ;
son, and Chaplain ButchJerald, head Henry Whitehead, Gene 8-18 I '\ f. : 8
soloist, of Jacksonville. Gordan, Ray Dukes, and Den t \ 1.;; >
The bride, given In marriageby nis Roberts, all of Lake But 1.. II HOSE' .I ) :

her father, chose a gown ler, and Stanley Green, Brooker. Ski Swim Party PANTY .. : ....:. WORK BOOT f ,aVr

of neckline Poult-de-sole, tapered featuring sleeves,high and A. reception was held at the Held for VisitorJohn \ t J ,6'" .1;.'} _\-\ sale $ .4' < tI

empire bodice with tiny seed home of the bride's parents, I ) 1 :' -"C < ;. \' 12 "
pearl clusters on reembroidered where a unique feature was a Flynn, Jr. was host at ,J\t\ our r.9- 88 :., Leather' uppers and I ."
lace appliques. A Wattau champagne fountain at the pool- a swim and ski party last Sat- j $1.29 \ ;, -\: crep.sol..Forwork: .
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urday afternoon at the home .X'-f./I. or Slz.s. ,
cathedral lergth train was attached side.Miss hunting. ,'- .
Gretchen Chambers of Stella Jane Costello on Lake mesh n Y on 1
to the A-llne skirt. Her of I m less' \ % BVi-12. .
headpiece was a cathedral Homerville, Ga.kept the bride's Brooklyn:: honoring David Cor- J.:::-. ) Fine :: heel", Belg a. taupe: \ \ n .
length mantilla attached to a book. Mrs. L.C. Wood and Mrs. bitt who Is returning to his with in sm-/\.vg-1'all/ "{I' ,/,
J.L. Whittle home in Gracevllle where he and spice: r "I'1
Juliet cap, and she carried a Jr. of Jackson-
prayer book to which were attached ville, aunts of the bride,served will attend Chtpola Junior College Sizes ...\ / I'
white roses centered cake. Pouring punch were Mrs ( .a' t PANTY GIRDLE I BOYS
with a white orchid. Greg France, Miami;Mrs.Rai- David spent the summer in ,

Mrs. Stanley Green, sisterof ford Murphy, Ormond Beach; Starke with John and his parents t o our reg $* 88 :.\ 1-; : I I LIGHTWEIGHTJACKETS
the bride, was matron of and Mrs. Dennis Kauffman, Rev. and Mrs. John \ $3.99 t\ ; ;
honor, and Miss Ramona Har- Lakeland. Miss Shirley Greens Flynn Sr.Children's. .1\ ., :: \.
rell, the bride's sorority as hostess l.T ...d ,., -
After a wedding trip to Gatlinburg r- I
"little sister, was maid of Front
honor. They wore floor length Tenn.. the bride and GroupTo '!:I Long leg Slyle In Lrs concealed a Sp.ndes.gerler9. p""" r ..10' : ;-'

gowns of orchid bonded crepe, groom are residing at 2313 Meet MondayThe side control: pane : a -O "
Jackson Bluff Road Tallahassee .
with Iridescent trim at the high s-tA-L.L, I ; .
neck line and on the full silk "' ,

organza sleeves, which had self ; off
buttons at the wrists. They The bride Is a graduate of Bradford County Children's -

carried white wicker baskets Bradford High School, South Committee will meet LADIESFASHION I EnUte stock on ulet, Juil take 85%
filled with fresh flowers In Georgia Junior College and Monday, Oct. 5, at 12 noon at : oil our regular prlc. of 11.99 to /
shades of pink and orchid. Florida State University the Holiday Inn. A team from S3 II.Site.1-,.. yy i

Bridesmaids were Miss Dot- Mr. Williams graduated from the Mental Health Clinic will BOOTS : '
tie Kelley of Brooker; Miss Union County High School and attend All this meeting. BOYS LONG SLEEVE
Karen Hodge, Tallahassee; attended Jacksonville Junior members are urged to "
Mrs. Gary Herndon, Auburn College. He has completed a attend. : SPORT SHIRTS '
dale; Mrs. Bobby Parrish, four-year tour of duty with REG. .
Dukes; Miss Paula Foss, Columbus the U.S. Army In Vietnam, and :Jwl $5.99 $488 < for $C ASide :
Ga.; and Miss Vickie Is now attending Tallahassee p 3 9Permanent .
Williams, sister of the groom, Junior College.

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[ -Jl = J in Home Ceremony, September 19th plants are down

refit $fottMr. /(1h1 Miss Peggy Ann Dugger, a sky blue, street length two-,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence piece dress In tunic style. He' we're
E. Dugger of Lake Butler flowers were a cascade sprayof so
and Steven Richardson,son pale pink rosebuds.
of Mr. and Mrs. James T. James Michael Richardson,
and Mrs. J.H. DuPre Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Colson In.law. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen Richardson of the. State Farm, brother of the groom served as having a
spent the weekend at Jacksonville spent last weekend In Pensa- Sapp in Jacksonville Sunday. were united in marriage at best man.
Beach with Mr. and Mrs. home of the bride's After the ceremony a reception -
cola with Mr. and Mrs Wilbur the parents -
Bryan Mclntyre; and family. waters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. on Saturday, Sept. 19, was held In the home
Barksdale will spend Tuesday where arrangements of mums,
at 4 p.m. Rev. Harold Brown,
Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde spent Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams through Thursday in NlcevHle chaplain of Sumter Correctional gladioli and carnations were
Sunday afternoon Palatka with of Ormond Beach spent with their son-in-law and performed the dou- nMl."' The bride'. table was
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James ble ring ceremony. centered with a silver epergneof
R.A. Colson. O'Brian. white carnations and mai-
The fireplace mantel was cov-
Miss Sandra Is denhair fern,
Huggins ered with magnolia boughs and with four white
spending a few days this week Mrs. Martha Walker of Lake Those attending Col. JamesA cones and white magnolia blos- taper. The three-tiered cake,
in Jacksonville with her bro- City; Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Griffin's retirement cere- soms Interspersed with white circled with Ivy, was placedat
Wfer-ln-law sister, Mr.and Adolph Gay this week. mony at the State Arsenal In tapers. The hearth was banked one end of the table, while
Mrs. DeWayne McRae. St. Augustine last Friday atter- with potted palms and mixed the punch bowl was placed at Z.EtIIIIIIIIIUIIL1IllI
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cri- noon were: Mr. and Mrs. C.H. greenery.The the other end.
Mrs. Lucille Dunn of Hawthorne der and daughter wore Visit- Nasworthy, Col. and Mrs. Har- bride was given In mar- Mrs. N.B. Rosier cut the
and Mrs. W.F. Herlongof ing Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Dou- ry M. Hatcher, Jr., Capt. and riage by her father. She chosea cake, and Mrs.Joseph E.Hitchcock -
Saluda S.C.were visiting last vllle In Orange Park recently. Mrs. John N. Myers, Mr and white lace street length dress, poured punch. The bride's
weekend with Mrs. W.F. Her Mrs. T.H. Slade, Sr.. Dr. and featuring small lace ruffles edging book was kept by Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamiltonand Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Mrs. O. the high round neckline, G. Barrett.
long.Mr. daughter, Janice, visitedthe L. Beasley, Mrs. J.W. Klncald and long tapered lace sleeves. After a short wedding trip
and Mrs. W.W. Hood are Sherrod Hamilton family Rev. and Mrs. W.A. Hogan,Mr. Her headpiece was a high crownof to St. Augustine, the coupleis
attending the Florida Forestry recently.Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Mr.and seed pearls and rhinestones, temporarily residing with
Association In St. Augustine Mrs. E.L. Matthews Lt. Col. to which was attached a fingertip the groom's parents at the State
Wednesday through Friday.Mr. and Mrs.H.E.Smith were and Mrs. Robert Jackson of veil. She carried a white Farm. They plan to move to
Hood is a director of the Association. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Keystone Heights Mr.and Mrs. pearl prayer book with an arrangement Starke In December.The .
Marc Jackson. F.B. Beard, Mrs. W.B. Mundy, of white bride's roses bride graduated from Union -
Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs.Paul Brides centered with a white or- County; High School last ,' ', ,/ '1/1/, Order your '7* Chevy now .getIIIIIIIIIILiIl1llll1'IIIIIIIIIIiii
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale will Mrs. W.T. Jackson and Mr. Mrs. Kate Sheppard Wil chid. The prayer book was a spring and .Is now attending / / /'/ /// III/IIII;fll'
be In Tallahassee from Wednesday and Mrs. Lowman Weaver spent n R. Ward Col. Fred W. gift from the groom's father. South Florida Junior CollegeIn /. r''", earliest possible delivery!
to Saturday attending an the weekend In Williston. Lewellyn, Warrant Officers Mrs. James Michael Richardson St. Petersburg.Mr. .
Annual Conference of Dept of Otto Selmer, Robert G. Pater- sister-in-law of the groom, Richardson graduatedfrom
Agriculture.Mr. son, Ed Cole,and J.C.Stephens. was matron of honor and the Union County High In 1969 Save on a 97O Chevy. we've got111IJ'1lllli1Ul1Uflllll.lDI,1J
Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. bride's only attendant.She wore and Is employed with Denny / : 'Hi'
and Mrs. Jack Carter of Johns attended the 25th anni- Mrs. Don Lee and daughter Concrete Co. in Starke. / ,' stock!
Lake City; spent Sunday with versary of Mr. and Mrs.John Michele are home after 18 a big
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon. Amos in Columbus Ca. on months In Germany, and are Johnson's parents, Mr. and Senator and Mrs. Tom Slade,
Wednesday of last week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. R.A. Chism, over the Jr. Saturday morning at the
Mrs. W.H. Nollman returned Bryant of Starke and Don's weekend. home of Mrs. Vera Gervln In / /' Save on late model lowmileage
Friday from a visit with her Mrs. J.R. Wainwright, Miss parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. S.L. Peek, Sr. and Mrs. Orange Park. Senator Slade Is rf
sister In Savannah and St. SI- Madge Middleton, Dr. and Mrs. Pearson of Lawtey. C.A. Darby spent Sunday after- a candidate for State Treasurerand used
mon's Island, Ga. P.G. Felos and son, Chris, Mr. noon with Mrs. C.W. Chalkerand Insurance Commissioner.
and Mrs. Gus Kapelousos and Dr. and Mrs. Tommy Thompson Mrs. Morgan Darby In
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Tan George Kopelousos attended of Fort Rucker,Ala.visited Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. C.A. Knight. Mrs. W.A. 'III/ Save on our service specials.here.
ner of Baldwin were visiting Memorial Services at the at Mr and Mrs. JohnE.Watson HI Stern and Miss Louise Stern 111IJ'1llltlllll iIl lllu l/f/ Illlill/f. /:
Mrs. J.H. Fields, Sunday. John The Divine Greek Ortho- over the weekend. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- attended the Luzier Wig Showat ,.
dox Church in Jacksonville w1llear and daughter, Anne, the Thunderbird Motel In
Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- Sunday morning for Mrs. Stella Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett spent Sunday with Mr and Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.
lochnee, Ga. spent several days Kopelousos.Mr. attended homecoming at PhIladelphia Mrs. J.H. Trulock and Mrs.
recently with her mother, Mrs. Church In Suwanee W.R. Dyson at Lemon Bluff Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wall, of
F.F. Stump. and Mrs. Carl Mathews County Sunday.Mr. near Sanford l on the St. Johns Alachua, were recent guestsof !
spent the weekend in Maitland Klver. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson.
The George Teston family reunion with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mat- and Mrs. L.M. Stoner
was held Sunday,Sept.27, hews and family.Mr. and grandson, Wade, of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. William Vel- Lucian Hazeh has returnedto
at the home of Carl Thomas were visiting Mr. and Mrs. lenga of St. Petersburg were his home here after under-
with 129 persons attending. and Mrs. Jack McComb George W. Brown recently. here for the weekend with Mr. going eye surgery In Alachua
have returned from two weeks and Mrs. Phillip Vellenga. On General Hospital.A .
Calvin Johns entered Alachua vacation touring the New Eng Tommy Chastain.Bill Adams, Sunday, Joy Elizabeth, daugh-
General Hospital Monday for land States and New Brunswick, Bill Brown, Pate Gassett and ter of Mr. and Mrs. Vellenga,
I observation and treatment. Quebec and Ontario, Canada. Billy Huggins are attending was christened In the First
Santa Fe Junior College this Presbyterian Church.
Miss Virginia Raysor was a Mr. and Mrs. AR. Norman quarter. bank robbery Is thwarted
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. visited her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shaw because the youthful bandit
Ed Tenly. sister, Mr. and Mrs.D.N.Dem- attended the Florida-Alabama couldn't operate the stick We're dealing big
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Payne ark, Sr. In Jacksonville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnsonof game In Tuscaloosal, Ala. shift. on the commandeeredcar.
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BUS won 12-0 In a rain soaked
' with 5:22: left. out a big bulldozer of a back Hartley' favorite patternsare pattern, and 3) deep to the game if they are to win. contest last year In St. Au-
('I Plans Set Slade. such as Bishop Kenny's Gene 1)J to the left flat to the wldeout or a short shot to the Best running plays for the But Friday's contestIs
That much time left was what Mack who gave BHS so much halfback or deep to the wide flat to the drag man. Jackets against Lake City; were rated a toss up by Coach
from Page One determined Coach Hurse to go trouble last week. receiver 2)) to the slot man ef The Tornadoes, coaches say, the crossbucks and off tackle Hurse.
For CalfScramble (Continued: for an extra point on the sec Split end Edward Thornton, wldeout on a deep criscross 1 must stop the Jackets passing power plays.
ond .touchdown instead of try- 170-12, had deceptive speed and
he was "pleased with the crowd, ing to go ahead with a two point good hands.
very much so." He explainedthe conversion. Nurse says on hind- Back up quarterback Brice - - --- ... -
State of Florida had nothing Ipht that decision Is still sound. -
to do with sponsoring the The Big Red team has been Wilson plays the wide receiver -
barbecue, that it was strictlya running hard, every day this position. Tight end John "
private effort. Coach Hurse He Is also tabbed a
Plans are In final stages for week says. Clark, 175-11, KEEP
the third annual Calf Scramble Those helping with the bar- Is aiming at preventing. another fine receiver.
sponsored by the StarkeBradford becue were J.C. Combs, Ken- second collapse.To
with the SA'sdepth
Chamber of Commerceand neth Johns, Medford Shealy, keep up .r
Tornadoes will also
set this year for Oct. 24. Jack Whitehead, Herman Gam- I SERVICE SCHEDULE .
be much substituting
Tentative plans call for three ble, G.W. Thigpen, Dan Law- as doing possible as Coach Hurse in- I CATHOLIC Churches INMAN
calf scrambles with a chickinscramble son, Bobby Pearson, Donald
dicates. For Instance. Dale
for ;youngsters after Jackson, and Jim Chasteen. ST. EDWARD'S. SUrkiMam.
Johns will switch off with
the first calf scramble and a Turner said the barbecue wasa my Alvarez in the backfield. q"ndav 10 .'.m
scramble girls
greased pig financial success at $1 a Brad Carter will rest Johnsat
after the second calf scramble..A*. ticket. fullback and Kelly Forsyth Thursday Mass, <:M p.m. GREEN > .

chicken scramble, Sen. Slade plans to spend will spell Malachi Henry at Miraculous Medal N.v.Ba:
4Kf the majority; of the time remaining the running back spot. !Saturday 7 p.m.
to be announced,
yet before the Nov. 3 gen- The St. Augustine front four
will be a new event for the eral election campaigning In reads 215, 195, 185 (a sopho- ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone
scramble. The greased pig _
populous south Florida. more) and 195 across. The two "H ht"wnday YOUR
scrable held last for ,,
was '
year Ma 8:30
tackles slant or stunt as do : : a.m.
the first time and has been
Welneedar Man Novena,
Tornado tackles. The two Inside -
termed a huge success. 185 180 7 p.m. ,
linebackers and
SA Contest'Continued pound juniors, are fine foot-
There will be a grand prizeof ball players, say BHS scouts.A ST. MARY'S "Mat-clean H CLERKOf ;
$5 In the chicken scramble, : from Page One, 215 pound Junior end, Elmoreis Sunday Main, 12 Noon
10 chickens at $1 each, and 20 described as a "real stud."
chickens at 50 cents each. Both Jacket cornerbacks are
The chicken dinner will be mite, gave completely out of tough, solid football players. THE BRADFORD
served beginning at 5 P.m. with gas in the second half Friday The Jacket offensive line COUNTY TELEGRAPH
the first calf scramble set for reads from 170 to 190 pounds. Circuit Court For
7:15 p.m. night. They simply didn't have There are no little men on the Published every Thursday
what it took to stop the tough
SA front line.Quarterback.
at 138 W. Call Street
The Calf Scramble: Committee Mike Hartley is Starke. Florida 32091 Next Two Year Term
Kenny team or to hold Kenny tall, 6'4", and can throw the
will meet again next Tuesday, and mount a scoring drive when
ball long and good. He has an
6, at 5 in the Chamber Second clan postage paidat
Oct. p.m. they could have won the game injured foot which hampers him
of Commerce office to finalize Starke, Florida
on running plays but doesn'tbother
1970 event.
for the
plans Committee members meeting e e eWe his throwing,BHS scouts Subscription Rates:

A.L. Tarleton, get the impression thatj say.Joe In trade
Tuesday were area: 15.00 per
Lewis Is tabbed
Art Shultz Bud Mizell Miss ih! the mysterious world ofycmpnr'ale the best SA,running 175-11. back. He year; ".75 six: month Now ServingAs
Martha Sue McCain, County; Agent finance. it matters
; follows, blocks well and likesto Outside trade $5.30
George Huggins, and mil if \ou win or lose, it's how EXPERIENCEDALINED I :
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Chamber Manager John Myers. you keep the bunk!!. to the outside. But SA is with per year Your Clerk

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r1. --------------- MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Earl Johnson

1.1.LAWTEY. : observe Morgan Homecoming Road Chapel Day will on Becomes A. A.FellowIn M. A. He Grew And Grew And Grew!

Sunday, Oct. 4. Lunch will be
pan.served Everyone between is 12:30 invited and to 1 Earl H.Johnson,administrator AND IS STILL GROWING !
share in this service. of Oilman Hospital, St. Ma-
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Mas- was elev tt d from
Rev. Don Denton and Eugene sey and Mrs. Gary Bennett Member to Fellow in the AmerIcan I
Starling accompanied a group and sons were visiting J.B. Academy of Medical Administrators -
of MYFers to the Sub-District Bradley In Alachua General Unmanned spacecraft may on Sept. 14. The 1953Bradford 1962 1966
meeting In Lake City Monday Hospital In Gainesville duringthe alarm residents of other planets convocation was held at the
even of last week.They were week. by giving them the Impression Sonesta Hotel in Houston, Texas High Southern StateRepresentative State
the banner for largest On Wednesday of last week that earth dwellers during the annual meeting of
attendance. Those attendingwere Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews, are invisible the American Hospital Asso- I School Tech Senator
Elaine and Wayne Wainwright accompanied by Mrs. W.F. At- ciation.
Debbie Joe and Sher- wood were dinner guests of
rl Napier, Cindy Duck, Dean Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews and Sonny\ Kite and daughter DIann Requlremnts for advancementto ,
and Norman Traylor Greg Dy. family in Jacksonville. in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
Fellow five a
are years as
al, Debbie and Ricky Starling, Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Duck and W.M. Reddish, accom- Member and writing a 15,000:
4gd Lamar Priest. Cindy were visiting Mr. and panied by Mrs. Alice Cason CANDIDATE FOR
word thesis subject
on a relating
Grace United Methodist:Sunday Mrs. DE. Nolan and familyin and Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Rai- to and medi- 11970 "
ford, was visiting Mrs. Alice STATE TREASURER ;
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Jacksonville Sunday and en- cal care. Mr.Johnson selectedthe
services, II a.m. and 8 p.m., Joyed dinner in celebration of Edwards in Brooker one day subject of Administratorand ,
MYF 7 p.m., Prayer Service the 7th birthday anniversaryof last week. Trustee Responsibilities.The 'I : % I
Mrs. O.J. Phillips was visiting
Wednesday 8 p.m. The WSCS Linda Nolan. time
requirement was
met at the Church on Tues- Mr. and Mrs. S. Denton of Mr.and Mrs.Coleman PhIl- waived and reduced to two :
day evening of last week. Philo, Ohio were weekend visItors lips in Macclenny\ on Sunday. due to Mr. Johnson's years
First Baptist: Sunday School of Rev. Don Denton and She went to visit their chil- experience -
and documented contributions
9:45 a.m., Worship services family. They were enroute to dren, Blllie and Debbie in Baptist -. to the hospital field. TOM SLADE :1
11 a.m. and 8 p.m., Training visit others of their childrenin Hospital In Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. Johnson is the husband
and Mrs. John Tye Jr.
Union 7 p.m. Midweek ser- South Florida. of the former Martha Brown-
vices Wednesday 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. H.E. PrIest of Jacksonville were Sunday #
lee, of Starke and a
Church of God: Sunday School Lamar, and friend Dale Grif- dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs. of Mrs.Jos.E. Wilson. Your Next ,
10 a.m. Worship services 11 fis spent Sunday with Mr. and John Tye. ,a..r
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE 7:30: Mrs. P.H. Day in Cedar Key.
p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs. >,'
Highland Baptist: Sunday Lois Carter were visiting Miss State Treasurer And Insurance
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser- Debby Phillips in Macclenny\ Get'em While They Last!
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. during the week.
Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Doc Thomasof Commissioner
P.m., followed by choir prac- Jacksonville and Mr. and Used .
tice. Mrs. Phil Eunice of Graham Typewriters$45 .
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PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. S.D. Andrewsand and Mrs.Mrs.Selma J.H.Eunice.Eunice is spend-
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The Macclenny Wildcats In the Macclenny drive, GLASS
Play of Tornado footballers Bradford's lead-
Brad late fourth quarter Billy Blgharn.
with the good move was topped a
Improved greatly against ford' leading ground gainer. :" .J.' '' rally, to edge the Baby Tornadoes ing ground\ gainer was Injured fa) IYI1Y; 'UUCSIJ.t.Drrors
Blahop Kenny In comparton to ;.... :''. ,. 14-12 Thursday night and lost for the remainder of ,
the operner with Baker County He blocked well, ran well and ""' 'ISafetyman Sept. 24, before a large crown the game. This dolt a serious
even though Bradford could get played a fine defensive game, I at Bradfbrd Field. blow to the Bradford Offense.The .
only a tie with the Crusaders Coach Nurse says. Bradford scored the secom I second quarter was primarily foa IVIIY 'UIP6SI .
last Friday, Head Coach David Junior end Charles' Wright time they got the ball on a a defensive battle as
Hun. lays. was named outstanding linemanby Tim Murphey hangs onto Kenny's bulldozer fpllback 16 yard sweep by Stan Reddish. Macclenny failed to make a SHEA'SGLASS '
Guard Gary Melvin sophomore BHS coaches. Coaches Macclenny then came rightback first down and the Baby Tor-
cre- Gene
Mack until the :
troops get there to help. Murphey was the ?
played better ball game; dits his award to "all-round marching 60 yards in nadoes made only one. CO;
senior tackle Len Reginter improved outstanding ball game." Wright last man. He didn't do a fancy job tackling the powerful Mack but nine plays to score. Both teams In the third quarter, afteran f
his play quite a bit, and carried out both his offensiveand he prevented a touchdown. failed to convert the PAT and exchage of five fumbles deep 171-411 mIlia ".
showed Farelon McLelUan defensive assignments witha Macclenny had a 6-6 tie at .inside Tornado territory, four .H.W.;:Sl plea. ; 1Irrlill1lailirll
Improvement, the coach minimum of error, Hurse Ne/cs And Activities From halftime. of which were recovered by "Ira
ays.Qaptaln. says, pointing out its not always Macclenny got on the scoreboard the Wildcats, Macclenny came '. .:
Jimmy Alvarei was the player with the most tackles and 4 assists. The four again in the closing seconds out on top and scored on a '
named outstanding back for the tackles who plays the best ball man Tornado line leaves It up THE RECREATION CENTERPUNT of the third quarter on a quarterback sneak by Marshall b'
Kenny, game by Tornado coaches game. to the two inside linebackers quarterback sneak that went Combs, which went fox r
The plucy little halfback Leading Tornado tackler a- to stop runs up the middle, for 31 yards. The PAT was 31 yards. Macclenny's all Important 1 :
galnst linebacker making the linebacker's Job PASS & KICK CON- good for two points and the two point conversion .
Kenny was ages 7, 8, 9 and 10, II, a, win 11
Malachi Henry. He is doubly difficult. But after look- TEST SET FOR SATURDAY begin league games Monday, Wildcats held a 14-6 edge at attempt was successful and the 1
credited with Ing at game movies Coach Hurse OCTOBER 3, 1970 Oct. 5 at West Side Park. the end of the third quarter. wildcats held a 14-6 edge at 6ah
playing an out- said Kenny didn't hurt the Tor- The annual Punt Pass & Kick The Small Fry will play their Bradford's second score of the end of the third quarter.In '
defensive with
standing game nadoes very much up the mid- contest will be held Saturday the game came early in the the fourth quarter, the
on Mondays and Wednesday
10 games
tackles and 6 assists.
Henry October 3, at 10 at West- Tornadoes came back and -
a.m. .
also did a good Job offensively dle.Weak of each'week, with twi. fourth garter on a blocked .
Tet- apunt-
side safety Wayne side Park Softball Field. forced the Wildcats -
scoring oneot the BHS' touch- stone, another sophomore, has games each day.The punt which was picked up and Ing situation with fourth and :
downs. He wasn't used to returned 20 yards Len- ?
carry by Levy Parrish then
played two steady games now The contest Is sponsored annually twelve. Robin
the ball very much Friday, but Bantam Boys will play non. The Wildcats controlledthe Len-
Hurse and Levy
with little mention, says. by Terwillegar Ford Motors blocked the punt
Coach Nurse says,after looking Tim Murphey, wide receiverand and conducted by the Recreation their games on Tuesday and football throughout the entire non took the ball into pay- J
at game movies, that was a Thursday with two be game with the exception line. .c ,
: three year letterman came Department.The games to of dirt from the 18 yard
mistake.But the beginning and end of the
up with two big playsone a contest Is opened to boys played each day. fourth That all important PAT was
the veteran coach said 33-yard reverse run which BUSIn Game time for both league quarter. unsuccessful and the Wildcats Jj
with a smile, if plays could ages 8-13. Each boy com- Bradford received the j
scoring position for the punt- will be 3:45: and 5:00 p.m. open- held a slim 14-12 lead with a
be called on hindsight they'dgo pete in three catagorles: ing kickoff and marched down!
game-tying TD. ing, passing, and kicking the to the Wildcats' 26 little over four minutes re-
every time. BHS attempted Jackson only to
Tackle guartf SMALL
Danny football. The boys will com- FRY SCHEDULE: fumble maining.
to run the option to Kenny's Gene Harris, and end Charles pete only against boys their MOnday Oct. 5 3:45, And- But on first the down ball ,to the the Wildcats'Cats. Bradford staged a late rallyin
'BILL POWELLis weak side. Wrltht all threw key block rew's Drugs vs 1st Federal fumbled the closing minutes, but
own ages. and Bradford
A new award called the Best to spring Murphey. be six Savings; 5 p.m. Kentucky Fried recovered fell short on a fourth down
There will age groups- it
Hit Award,has been Inaugeratedby Hurse and his staff ii Chicken on Macclenny 22. The Wildcats out th<
sideHe were play. ran
vs Community Bank.
on 12 and 13. Tro-
your BHS 8, 9, 10, 11, Then on fourth and two, Stan a
coaches this .
season. hopes the Tornado passing attack be awarded to the Wednesday, Oct. 7- 3:45, An- Reddish rounded clock giving them a 14-12 victory ,
right end for
can handle all your Winner for the second straight would come around in the phiesthree boys In each age drews vs Community: 5 p.m. 18 yards and the Tin over the Baby Tornadoes
insurance life, health, week is Danny Jackson, big Kenny game, "But of course, K.F.C. vs First Federal. PAT score.
220-pound tackle and line group. attempt was no good, am. !y
home, car. One man, one it never That phase of at the STATISTICS
backer. Jackson had a couple Boys must register Bradford held an early 6-0 TH 2 FIRST NAME: IN
plan. Insurance is much the Tornado attack is still get- Pratt Street Recreation Cen- BANTAM BOYS SCHEDULE lead. .

simpler that wa of time big he plays blew against in to Kenny throw; one the Ing Hurse much noted attention that in practice. ter each afternoon through Fri- Tuesday, Oct. 6- 3:45, Good- Macclenny then marched 60 First BHS BAKER SMALL CARS' -
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Crusader quarterback for a vs plays, as the
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Bill Powell big loss on a crucial fourth Murphey for the second SMALL FRY AND BANTAM ; p.m. through
I down play at the BHS 10. Another Drugs vs Cadillac Uniform. the Bradford defense and scored Yds. Passing 13 56 k
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I Rtarke Plaza tackle to down a Kenny runnerat on. In BEGIN PLAY man's Standard Oil vs Cadillac unsuccessful and Macclenny had Penalties 5 2 2nd Ave 2nI St. 8. 1TNGaiae..W. .
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A draggy looking Tornado ... '.. L Nine plays later the Crusaders .. ... .... .. .... .... .. flf
team had to scratch were again roosting in Captain) Jimmy; Alvarez was
for: come-from-behind 14-14 the Tornado endsone. Doug' the leading ground gainer for
tie with a scrappy Bishop Kenny the TornadoescarrylnglOtSmM
; leven) at Belles Field Pechtsl .. for 51 yards, a 5.1 yard average'
Friday night cot 13 yards to the .. which was hiked up by his M
BHS 24, big powerful fullback ,. .
yard run, longest of the night
After holding a 7.0 halfUme F1a Itr: A Gene Mick lilt the Tor-' : .' .. Tim Murphey carried: once tor
toad and with a statistical edge !IF aado line four times and ad- < :,'i'T'I tt'i, 33 yards.
in the first half, the Bradford 7nc** Kerry: to the 13 yard '. .1.' '.'" ., .".. "'" ,. .. *,
eleven barely managed to get' .. line. Three more running plays ,, : \' : ";)' " Running back Malachi Henry
their hands on the ball long bad Kenny: at the BHS 8, and :N"" :. : "' ; had 38 yards In six carrie,
o to SCOT the game ty-; on fourth down McMahon passed. '; I >' a 6.3 yard average.' QB Dean
to the rtetit side to Mike Brown ... .. '. Johns had 34 yards In nine
Kenn7. exploded for seven for the TD.' Kenn, 's second '. :,,: .. ., i11; attempts Including runs of t,
points early In the third per score came with 3:91 left In \ '. i 'J" 16, and 11 yards. Fullback Dale
\to tie the game 7-7 on a the third period. Kevin O'Shea T-- .. f' '. : : .: >:': .. ;. Johns carried four times lor

'Jard punt return by Larry ... converted and the Crusaderswere . .. .''f' .. .. r" 16 yards, a 4.0 average.'
RodeaberT7. Six minutes later ahead 14-7, their fans ', .' '
the revved up Crusaders had jub ;,
driven 64 yards In nine plays 'i'O BHS again couldn't move the ;
through the Big Red defense ball and Dean Johns prated 43 & Statistics
and scored again taking: a 14-7 yards, giving Kenny, possession :: :; ,
lead.A. at their own 20 yard line. The BBS Kenm-
fumble at the Tornado two Crusaders failed to move ..
yard line prevented Kenny from thrown a stiff BItS defense First Downs 9 14
scoring the winning touchdown. and O'Shea punted. But Brad- Yds Rushing 162 24)
Bradford finally tied the game ford's Malachi Henry missed Yds Passing 51 73 *
14-14 with 5:22: left In the game the bell at his 47 and Kenny's, Sophomore fullback Brad Carter Passes Compl.) 4-15-2 6-16-1
: gets a taste oC: the Crusader
on a pass from QB Dean Johns Dave Ruben recovered giving
defense Fumbles Lost 3 4
to wideout Tim Murphey.Coach the Crusaders the ball at the in one of the roughest tackles of the night. Penalties 25 35

David Hune passed a chanceto BHS 47.Mack. Punts 826.6 5-28

try for a two point conversion verse from his wide receiver yards, then, to the Kenny 33.: The Kenny QB completed his
with Ms team down 13- i'" .,.., /. ? : hit for seven yards, post. Three Kenny players Big Mack took the ball In and fourth down pass but got back
14, settling for the tie. BUS ,, ;:.. : McMahon went for nine more pushed him out of bounds at got to the 41 where Bradford only to the 24. Score by quarters:
stopped a Kenny drive at the ',. and Mack got 14 more plus) a the 12 ;yard line. fans got a rare uplift when The pigskin went to the Tornadoes -
two yard line early In the fourth ": ? five yard penalty; gave the Crusaders Dean Johns overthrew Mur- Malachi Henry and Kelly For- with seven seconds left. BUS 0 7 0 714
period to preserve the drive. ; .. : "_ _t. T a first down at the phey on first down. The Tor- syth brought the powerful fullback Murohev had time for an abortive U. Kenny 0 0 14 0 -14
The two teams performed In BUS 5.The. nado receiver had three Crusaders down hard with a double attempt) at a pass and
the first half. Each had seven Tim Murphey is at the four yard line after catching Mg fullback Mack, hit all over him anyway.On tackle. It was one of the few Dean Johns was caught beforehe Touchdowns:
first downs and with BHS having for three over the right side times Mack when threw the ball as the
what he turned Into the game-tying- TD pass. The second down Johns rolled out stopped first game
145 yards gained to Kenny' of a BHS defense then playing to and Mt fIIndAd. BHS-) Henry, 17 yd.
Tornado the the option
receiver drug a BishopKinay defender Into right on nay
144. In the second half, dogged ball. Fechtel got the Johns
hit at the four witha Murphey,
the end zone with him. call second Murphey\ McMahon used the few
however. Kenny had seven first on down, but he remaining 8-yd. Johns
short pass, converted:
downs to Bradford's two and and the football parted com pass. Murphey caughtthe minutes of the game Kenny out rushed the Tornadoes PAT.B. .
171 yards gained to BHS' 68. down of the night. It came with er. woo: BHS recovered at their ball, whirled, pulled away trying to get on the Scoreboard 243 yards to 162, aU Kenn.. -J) Rodenberry. 60-
Both Tornado touchdowns 6:11: left In the second period. The punt, which Kenny, recovered tw yard line, averting which from one Kenny defender and via the air, completing Just e- of that advantage coming In yd. punt) return.> O'Shea kicked
came suddenly. Tim Murphey Johns kicked the extra point advanced the Jax team probably would have been the drug another across the goal nough to keep) a drive aUve. the second half when Coach PAT. 2)Brown, 8-yd. from
scored the second and set up with Murphey holding and BHS to the BHS 37 yard Ilene.F winning TD. He hit Mack for six yards, David Hurse's crew looked like McMahon O'Shea kicked pass PAT.
the first with a pass Intercep led 70.Kenny. It had rained before the game After deliberating as Dean then got a first down on two what It needed most was a
came back strong, la Jacksonville and the field Johns. changed to his kfckln runs which came when he quick trip to the showers. The
Uon.Kenny kept BHS In bad field driving 57 yards to the BUS was damp and the weather muggy boa. Coach Hurse evidently decided couldn't fine an open receiver. tired Tornadoes had no snap J. E. MILLIGAN
to the Johan
position early In the game. 10 yard line.Tornado linebacker which may. have contributed : get tie. converted The big play was a 34 and crackle In the second two
But that Improved as BHS Danny Jackson stormed through to the fumbling that went with 5:22 left in the yard pass to Mack which gave periods as Bradford teams are
mounted the first sustained to toss McMahon for a 12 yard on In both teams midway the game, but the tired Tornadoescouldn't Kenny a first down at the BUS famous for. ACCOUNTANTBOOKKEEPING
drive of the game early In the loss on fourth down from the fourth period. The ball exchanged muster another scoring 25 with 32 seconds left on the Big gun for Kenny was the
second period. It stalled on 10 to end the threat. five consecutive plays, first punch. They stopped the clock. >Ig fullback Gene Mack. The
the Kenny 30 yard line where Taking the kick off to open after four fumbles and an intercepted four Kenny offensive effort In 195-pound bulldozer carried the
Dean Johns punted out of bounds the third period the Tornadoes pass, the ball squirting By that time the Tornadoes ball 24 times for 91 yards
at the Kenny 10. ran four plays, gaining but five loose from everyone who had their pass protection and and caught:{ three passes. He TAX SERVICE
Trying to work out of that yards through a stiff Kenny de- touched 1CBradford's Dale Johns got 11 yards and rush coordinated, however.Mc- was a big thorn in the Tor-
hole Kenny QB Pat McMahon fense. From his 34 Dean Johns Malachi Henry finally Brad Carter for BHS, but Mahon hurried two passes, nadoes' side, getting vital yard-
threw long from his 15 and lofted a high 24 yard pwtwhlch, ended the debacle by recovering Johns lost three yards trying missing both; he lost six yardson age when the Crusaders need- Phone 964-5590
Murphey Intercepted at the veered to the left. McMahon's fumble at pass, then lost five more on third down as Gene Harris, ed It. Mack pulled the Jax .
Bradford 47.Running Kenny's Rodenberry took the the Crusader 45 yard line. a pass to Murphey) in the flat Farelon McClellan, Dan Jackson team from many a hole dur- Room No. 4, Dixie Motel
the option to the Crusader' punt at his Striking quickly, Tim Mur The BUS quarterback punted) 34 and Charles Wright all ing the game. It took several Starke, Florida
weak side Tornado cap sideline and getting outside the phey went 33 yards on a _- yards, a pass to Murahev in rushed through to wreck him. tacklers to brim him down.

tain Jimmy Alvarez went 36 line of Bradford defenders.
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Rodenberry hauled him down protect) against such a contingency -
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Smelling paydlrt for the first attempted to head Rodenberryoff
time, QB Dean Johns missedon at the sideline. But the
passes to Murphey and tight speedy Kenny six-footer cutback
end Charles Wright. On third to the center of the field
down Malachi Henry took a and Johns was cut down by a
pitchout and raced around his Crusader blocker. Not a hand : All that's MMK Of EXCElUNCf
left end for the first touch- was laid on Rodenberry In the new
entire 60 yard Jaunt.
Kevin O'Shea kicked the extra .
point and Kenny had the,
game tied 7-7 with 9:55. left .
In the young period. t ,. ,. d. ,' for 1971-

MOVINGLocal Receiving a kick off for the
second time In less than three
minutes, the Tornadoes were r
A Long Distance still dogged: by bad luch as a
Dean Johns pass was Intercepted .. from Oldsmobile!
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OUR MOTTO: Ammean. Taking possession R
at their 36 the Crusaders
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and Ammean punted a
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Mrs HInson Carnival plans took up most "" Principal: Lennard Register Florida Agriculture Commissioner al groups In the areas of agriculture
was Doyle Conner sleeted
Introduced the 18 the staff -
of last Tuesday's first PTA on : and consumer: protection.
named chairman of Hampton president of the National
at the school and announced that .
I' Elementary School's annual meeting for the year with De-
Association of State Departments
enrollment had reached 212. -
.0 Witt Mersey president, pre-
PTA carnival scheduled for Mrs. Martha Smith, librarian of Agriculture at the PreSeasonBEATING
..' Thursday Oct. 29. siding. group's national convention: held
explained that 1,200 additional
..-..... books were now In the libraryand In Detroit Mich last week. I
are being processed, and In a brief acceptance speech.
V.. Serving Florida 100 new books are being purchased Conner said he accepted U.S.
i Since I 1950o through the school al- Secretary of Agriculture Clifford -
: gr itaiUlorida location. Also, films and a filmstrip Hardin's "challenge for SALE I
.' lk 9ncI projector have been addedto decentralization between state
fj! 'reeling ervice, audio-visual supplies from and federal governments." He

;>, .....,,_.. the two county schools which also pledged to be a leaderIn _",
have been closed. the fight to save the environment Aak
I More lighting for outside, and provide more
I front and back, was discussedas protection to the consumer. Great Bargains To You
: Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyWec'omes I
a PTA project and was Conner a of Bradford Charley s
(Eaves ?, turned over to Mr. Hersey and County, said he would testtty: '
Representative '', Billy Hall as a committee to before congressional commit- E. Our CustomersWe
y Investigate furtJler.Committees tees and appear before nation-
Ph. 981-5812 You and Your
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your for the Halloween already Carnival named Included JohnsAbQat appreciate your Business, and to prove

Starke New Home sey and construction Mr. Register, Mr.; light-Her- Melton were supper guests of Thta, QmstlM: it, check these :.3 I Specials] Act Early and
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thomas
Ing, Billy Hall; publicity, De- Save!
The State of Florida lores Meng; food, Mary Alice and Mr.family.and Mrs. James Hicks: "Our firm requires that all
Waters; prizes and tickets,Jan- those employees handling :
and Jacksonville
= It'is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and Ice Hall, and country store, family were the" firm's be bond- ,
Sunday visitors of Mrs.Hicks' money WARM-UP SPECIAL
and Ernestine Re-
Betty Hayes
You With
To Ariunint Your City.
uncle and ed. Does also
gister. Various booths will be family. Mr. and Mrs. your agency
allocated to parents of each Wallace Colline.( supply bonding where required -
.' If you tire new in the urea, a phone room at the school.PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Hicks and for public offi-
family had a family dinner at cials?"
:. call 1 will bring you a prompt visit the J.L. Dykes home Friday
for Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Melton Dykes' birthday. dmrleyE.JOHNS
from jJour locnl hn'etas. Plense'e visited Mr. L.T. Melton and Rickv Keys underwent sur- .
I family In Orange Park the first gery on his Jaw Monday morn-
her a milt! S Sj he has maps and many of last week. Friday supper Ing at' the Medical Center In AGENCY,

free and wonderful Drifts!' for guests here with the Meltons Gainesville.
you were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hollan Payne has been In 131 So. Walnut St.
from;local businesses.!'! Hagan and sons of St. Augus the VA Hospital In Gainesville Pjhrm 984-0070
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Mrs. Jimmy Uampler 61 Casey Atkinson spent last ther. Mrs Mae Mott, for the you child, ..hae Defendant been flaw,by) Kitnlnvt.w,\II,,,.
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. week with Mr. and Mrs. Frances pest few weeks. On Mae Boykln. u Plaintiff In
Sunday Mrs. Icause
Barry Dyal and family of Gra- Russ In Apopka.Mr. Mott Invited relatives and the .aAove-etyled and you are required C'ourt nn to<

ham. The bride Is a graduate friends over to visit with her IComplaintnu or hell tthereIn
Bradford High School In 1969 and Mrs. J.B. Russ of !
son. Ralph and also celebrate with the Clerk of the Clr.
and Is now employed asaseeretary Apopka were visiting Mr. and another son's birthday Howard cult Court. In and fur Bradford
at the Sunland Training Mrs. Gentry Stokes and Mrs. Mott of Brooker. Out of town County. S30B1.Courthouse and aerve StarKe copy 301 DRIVEINShow
Center In Gainesville. The Alberta Stokes last week. visitors during the day Included: thereof upon Plaintiff attor
groom Is employed by Rayonier. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrews JoVawer 1235r503oNorth, Main Begins At Sundown
Inc. In Starke. They are making Among those on our sick list and family of Lake Butler. Mr. ,tStre.t. Oalneavllle.\ Florida >99.>
their home In Brooker. this week are: Mrs. Lottie and Mrs. K.K. Mott and family on or before October io. I
Jones Mrs. Eunice Parrish, of Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Beady ,451O a befault: and.; It Jud you ement fall to wilt do be.

BROOKER PTA Mrs. Alberta Jones James Ray Conerly of Hague, Mr. 'and .tken 1 aitalnn you for the re- FRT.. SAT.. RITN., MON.. OCT. 2-5
Stalnaker and Brenda Hayes., We Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby and list thereafter demanded aald the Compll\lntr .
I.. The Brooker PTA meets. do hope that all will be up and daughter. Ruth. Becky Selmer and proceed ex parte. DOURtf MATURE
Sept. 22 at the Brooker Ele- out soon. Mrs. Myrtice Nichols Caullne Wltneae my. hand 15 and sealSeptemberCA
mentary School for their regular -. and Phil Nichols all of Starke D 1970. at Starke /': -' Not that It matters but most of it Is true.
1 1 meeting. President Gary Mrs. Eva Harrell Is spending Claude and Joe Crosby of Jacksonville Florida. d
Rakes brought the meeting to several weeks with her sister Lyon Crosby of 'CSIi:4\.L Innian D. Or en / \ 20lh CENTURY.FOX PRESENTS
order and reports were given Mrs. Hubert Croft, and familyIn Greensboro Mr.and Mrs.Morris A. Clerk of the Circuit: Court NEWMAN
by Mrs. Stanley Green treas- Tullahoma, Tenn. Ray Carlton and family of ,In ond for Bradford Courtly.Florida .

urer, and Mrs. David Fussell. Fairbanks Mr. and Mrs. R.H. By Beulah ':M. Moody.A. l \ BEDFORD
secretary. Business at hand Mr. and Mrs.'Z.W. Hamiltonare Deputy ROBERT
and Mrs.
Weatherington, Mr. >M u 10.11 \
,-, .-- -.-- was the Annual Halloween Car- spending several days In R.A. Thames,Mr.and Mrs.J.E. I I I({;J. l glg11g7s7 ROSS.1 .
nival, which will be held on the. Miami while Mr. Hamilton attends Mott, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Til-
school grounds. Chairman of a State REA Conven- ghman Mi and Mrs. Elbert FLORIDATHEATRE \ IJ I BL TCHCASSIDVANDTHE
the various activities are as tion. Mott and fa.Tilly, Mr. and Mrs. SUNDANCE KID
I BROOKERBY follows: Chicken Mrs. George Tha".y and son. Mr.
Thruston Henry; Spook Among those attending the and Mrs B.T. Wigley and fam- 'I DELUXE
Gary Rakes, Country Store
Country Music Found-Up In ily, Mrs. Betta Crosby. Mrs.
JOYCE STOKES Mrs. Dorothy Jackson; Apple Jacksonville Saturday night Beatrice Futcli.: Mr. and Mrs. IQ M ,.-.......w.ttn ...-I
Bobbing, Mrs. Marta Kohn; Rot were Mr. and Mrs. David Fus- Pasco Mott, and son Larry, H
FIRST WOMANNAMED : ; :MISCELLANEOUS! : SHOWER !Jog stand Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur sell, Mr. and Mrs. John Hen- Mr. and Mrs. Eric Mott and Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 \ ., .
: TO COUNCIL: Thomas; Milk Bottles,Ken- dry. Mr. and Mrs.Ronald Bristol Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tilghman and Oo& ->
Brooker neth Starling Cake Walk Wilbur Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1 :OQ'
has another ,
:Mrs. Seeber Jones was and family Mack and Joe family all of Gainesville, and
"first"--- the First Lady to Andrews and Mary Jane Robinson PUTS -
Shirley Green Tony
honored with a lovely bridal Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mott and
serve on the Town Council is shower :Monday night at the Green; Cashiers, Jean Parrish, Castlen, Ethel Bass, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs Eugene Crosby of FRI., SAT.. SUN.
:Miss Shirley !Nell; Green Jane Smith Pies, Betty Hayes,
shown Brooker Civic Center. The ; and Mrs. Frankie Tomlinson. Brooker. OCT. 1, 2. 3
she Is Ethel Douglas and Virginia
as congratulated by Mayor building was decorated using 2O*CI''''u'''0'"''''''1
:M.L. llarrell. Crews. Decorations, Mrs.Mary
:Miss Green was appointedby feathers red, green around and white the punch princess bowl: inn 'Bristol; Booth Building, SOCIAL la The droll(.1.......Court.In A mil FlghthJrdtrnl : fatBriulford 2 BIG I

.the :Major to fill the un- and in floral arrangements. ... &NUB.as; t'ony Rides,Sonny The New River Baptist Church C..".'". Florida WALT DISNEY'SThe \\fciyneRock
Andrews Tractor rides
Action For
expired term of her father, Games were played under the ; enjoyed cake and punch after the : No. Sea
the late G.E. Green, and was direction of :Mrs. Earline KIrby Paul Emory Fruit; Parade Cakes, Diana Jean evening services Sunday, night In .Willie Mite Doykln. Plaintiff.YI Computer ,"theUndefeated
Brantley Defend.
installed at the regular Coun- and prizes won by Wanda Ra- ; honor of all those who had birth- ant. Uoorgu E. Uuykln '
cil meeting on Sept. 2L. bern and:Mrs Seeber Hans Out Parrish; Sweet Shop Ruth Hill; days In the month of September. NOTICEIn Wore Tennis Shoes M 1? ;
On of the first orders of of town guests Included Mrs. Bean Bag Toss, Tommy and The Junior Training Union The Nftmo Of The State 1
Cox Of Florida
Linda Steve
business presented bUss: Seeber Harris and :Mrs. Muriel Rakes ; &Raffle \ Class of the Brooker Baptist TO: Defendant In the nboyo.tyled PLUS I PANAVIION'COIOtBYOELUXE t;
King Queen. Betty
Green was getting an air ; Church cnusu. jvorite U.: liuyklnKmlilence
con- Jones of Starke. Hostesses for enjoyed a swimming
ditioner installed In the Civic the shower were: Betty; Hayes, Fish Hayes, Pond and Alma Rosa Leta Mae Jones; party at the pool at the W.E. You: Are: Unknown.Herebyottih'd: Darby O'Gill
Center, which is the meeting Carol Lee Jones,Earline Kirby, Sparks; Bigham residence Sunday after- that .suit for dltnrrc: of I In1
Bean Jar Joanne Fussell. marriage between and' IhO Little 41
place of the Town Council. The :May Dell Green and Ethel Bass.TETSTO"EBRY The meeting adjourned and noon. fMnlntlir. Wlllln you Muo lloykln.. And The
air conditioner was purchasedsome order trantCrrlntr, till of .iiuto-
time ago by the Recreation : A TIr. the refreshments faculty and were aides.served by Ralph Mott, of Silver Springs, mobile to PUlnttrr.reirl'ttri-d. "hi.In h. the Ii Inptenently People ,

Department, but had never Md., has been visiting his mo apme of the D r",, been Installed. So now everyone :\ and Mrs Shurley Tet- PERSONALS custody of pnrlli-H' udoplvd

can keep cool during act- stone, of Brooker, announcethe
Kites at the Center. Congratulations marriage of their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Shurley Tet-
:Miss Green, and :Mary Elizabeth, to James and
stone and Mr. Mrs. Leroy
thanks to :Mr. llarrell for what Thomas Lee Bryant so n of Stokes were visiting Mr. and
we think is a very wise select-, :Mrs. Virginia Bryant and the Mrs. Joe. Vickery in High 1971. Buick introduces

ion.more late Joseph Bryant of Annis- Springs, Sunday.
tonIa.., on September 19,

ROST.t.AM: D. JONES: The marriage vows were read Mrs. V.V. Hazen of Starke,
\vr.ns: SKF.nr.ii: : : JONKSMr. : : at the home of the bride'sparents and Mrs. L.L. Parker of Hampton
with the Rev. G.C. Fo- spent Tuesday with their

: Brooker. and :Mrs announce Philip the Jonesof mar- garty the of candlelight Gainesville ceremony.performing mother, Mrs.J.H. Sowell. a new set values.

riage of their daughter Rosa- An archway of white glads and Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis
land Diane, to weber Jones, fern over the fireplace madea and family of Salt Springs were
son of Mr. and :Mrs Muriel beautiful setting as the cou- dinner guests of C.L. Atkinsonand

Jones Starke. The ceremony' ple:Matron repeated of honor the marriage was sister vows.of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes Value,not gimmicks ornamentation, sells cars. last longer and get you more of a return on your investment

groom's took place grandmother at the home,of Mrs the the bride, :Mrs.Shirley Ann Nipper Saturday. !More people have been coming to Buick each year at trade-in time.

weber Harris, in Starke, on of Gainesville, and best Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wig for just that reason. Buick concentrates on value. Only a Buick dealer can offer you our new set of values.

i Sept. 2.Mr. man Nipper for of the Gainesville.groom was The Steve table gins spent Sunday with their And this year, Buick introduces a new set of values. So, test your values against our new ones. Then ask yourself this
and Mr. and Mrs.
: Jones Is a IOCS! graduate son ,
of Bradford High School and is holding the two-tiered wedding Ronald Wiggins, In Gainesville Features that will help make your new Buick perform better simple question. Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick?
cake was decorated with pink
employed with a constructionfirm
mums, and cake and punch were
In !Starke. Mrs. Jones also
to believe
attended Bradford High. served immediately after the EDMONDSONLandclearing Something .
the 50
wedding to guests.
The couple enjoyed a short
Out of town guests were, Mr.
hone>croon at St. \ugusUnc,
and Mrs. Charles I.. Smith of
tand arc now ::11 home to friends
f Thomas\ile) Ga., Mr.and:Mrs., *
:Und rcliti\cs: at the /Lawson BULLDOZING
Lillie Johnson of Cairq Ga.,the Pk-
\txiriniviUft! on Cherry Street, MOWING
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lI tfc. Of Election ..".... the Canal this th. said certificate for a tax
Fourteenth day of deed to be. Issued thereon. Thecertificate Florida on or before the Z3rd 141 West Call streetSt.rke.
Be 1
It known that Tom Auaiiet. October. mo. and tllethe filed] la thl. Court ill 'Flaal:
of 1170. number and year day of Florida
Adams State
Secretary of
Community Report and Application for
with the Clerk of for Admlnl.tratOlf'rlrat
orlBlnal Attorney
the State of Florida do hereby Tom Adam. of lssun.nct. the descriptionof before un Discharge. Objection. If anIrauldi
this Court either .r. : Publication Bent. H
Rive notice that a General Secretary of State the property and the name o. duly Stud with thb
Election will be held In Bradford t-10 4t 10-1 In which l alt was assessed ,.re"certmcVte vice on. Plaintiff thereafter attorney! oth.rI. orImmediately I.U It 10-11 Court. After filing Proof oithlsj

County. State of Florida. Tearofl"uano wise 'a default wUI b. entered; Sat The Cem ...aBV c.." / Publication showing that
vucceedtncthe No. 70. t s *
on Tuesday next !he. .. Motlo. buboes published
C.entr .. once)
6.01. C. for the relief demanded .
a..lnat you
Bradford JTUriao.Us
; 1905Description Ceaaljr.
tlr.t Monday In November !. And Per Hradforel. Complaint week for four consecutive.
A. D., 1970. the said. Tuesdaybeing VIorM tm ........ Cfumtr of Property: Lot. In the hand and the r*."bate' Net week. the matter 'of approvalof
the Third Day of Nov. T, d. ( and lOot Block I In Witness my In Ke: elate: of .John FrankWojola. the report the
In Re The lltb ordering of
: E.tate this
of John this Court
ember to flU the following _.,.. Powell. .. Sunny Acre 8.D 8.0 91.5-!1 seal' of of September 1970. Deceaeed.: distribution' of the Estate cue
offlcts/ : Notice Of Films Final Name In which aaeoeaed AI.fr.d day Notice. Of Final Report And tbe final dlaoharce"of Charles
Report (SEAL) .
Unlttd States Senator Barnes EstateAll Application Fur DischargeTo M. Schmltt of Ktarke. Florida
And Of Clr-
Application For Dlschareje eald I property belnir JDm.n D. Green. Clerk All Whom It May Concern:
Represent o In Cong-res. Of Executor .Dr Bradford. County; .. Administrator' will ooiao
in County of Bradford. oult Court. Notice I* arlven. that Charles
By Elizabeth Given Walker for the Second Congressional Notice /. before the Court.
District The hereby .1. that State of Florida. Ur B.ulah M. Moody If. "ell mitt of Mark. Florida. Charles M. Bohmltt.Charlee .
!Two (2) Justice, of t\.. Supreme Jacksonville., Florida National JaoHo'nvllle.Bank Floe.Ida of Unless such certificate r..medacoor..lftIf or :.Pl&tF Clerk 1.11t 10... a. 'Adoilnletrator of Ui. above- M. Hchmitt.! a. Admlnletrator .
RECREATION certificate .hall be styled KMate. ha. completed
NEWS SCHOOL NEWS Court of the _tat. of
hoe; filed 1 It* Final' Roport .
to law the propertyde.cribed bte administration sad h_
Two ((2) Judges/ of the Dla.trlct oJo... Frank '
an Kxerutnr of the Estate of .
In such certificate or ....... Court Wiclklad.c.aw4
Adult classes are being held Court of Appeals I for the John H Powell depended I. 1'10. C..any" -
Fall practice sessions will I that certificate* wlU be old to the ...r....
Flr.t Appellate District Group.A let ar.af.d C..ty
begin for the Falcons at RJE In rooms 3-D and 4-D and FGovernor 'It Distribution ha. riled It. Application for, hlirheat bl..d.r.t. the court Isi ........ N.. .
Monday end Final
Din- .. door on the ( :J. Tiled
each Monday and Wednesday and Lieutenant Gov November In RE: Estate of 01
chant end
that day
: on the Ind
Oct. 5, at 5:30 for all In month .
p.m. Deceased.Notice
from 7-10 All adults day of October. 1970 It will : h.o
night otNDyamdrth.'Y6th
boys Interested In p.m. of State 170. which I 1. 2nd day To Creditor,
playing;,aees apply to tho Honorable Theron
13-19. Participants are required Interested earning In a self diploma Improvementand are Invited Attorney ComlJtroU.rTr..urer General Bradford ATawn County County. :Florida Jndice'./, tor.p"rov..1 of tember 1970.. day of S.P- CaJvtat All creditors J. Crew.of,and the deceased Estate requiredto are of ti High Taxes?
to bring tennis shoes fcereby notified
of cold
Final n.turnand.
to attend. Information Commissioner of AA'rlcuttur.ComllllI"ion.r (SEAL) file any claim or demand -
and The for
shorts. practice sessions an Order of Distribution D. Green _
call 964.6105.Dell of Education Inm.n which they may have acalnst/
will be held In the RJE Two <2) Member. Florida Pub Executor and for of Final the nincharireae Estnte /of Clerk of Circuit, Court of aid _ate In the office- of the VOTE

M Jri Monday, Wednesday and Chapter 168 will hold 110 Service Group Commission 1Group John H. Powell deceived.The Bradford County 10.1C Florida 10-n County.nty'---ru-d'/f"--Florida/ In the Bradford CourtHouse _
Florida National Bank ofJackeonvlli..Jacksonville
Thursday. Its regular meeting tonight I Flor at Sl.rke. Florida. withIn .
Center hours are from 4-6:30: (Thursday) at 8 p.m. In the Members Representatives of the State for the Houseof fol- ida. Executor of the Estateof tm Tfc. CltemM"......F.C..rt Florida OfOlraeiord the alt date calendar of the first month publication from- ':. Joe Ripley Jr..

Monday through Friday, and Masonic Hall on Brownlee low In*: House DI.trlct.: 1* IT John. Orshem.H. Powell'VII.. ,..deceased.Dell. Rurber.. c... W.. ...'IS Conner.. of thl. notice. Each claimor ,
8-11 Friday and Saturday. Clerk, of the Circuit Court. Margaret AW demand must be In wrltlnir:
Street. members are Rapneneker It Byal P. A. Plaintiff, veJame* Earl Con- :: of
Board of County Commissioner and must state the Place
Watch the paper for the Fal- please be present and on District. I. .. P.Oalneevllle.'O. Drawer FII'rldaAttOrD.F. .T *. .. f s residence and poet office ads House) of Representatives
con's opening game. time Members of the Sohool Board for Eteeutnr Notice Of. Action drew of the claimant and must
Districts 2. TO James Part Conners to by the claimant District 17Republican
1. 6 be .worn
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(SEAL) Ifetlce Of-Application For an Are action Hereby for dlvorco. Notifiedbeen ha* to It will law become void according ( )
In Te.tlmonll' Tax nerd filed eicalnet you and you I). E. Crew.D. .
inC her..unt., Whereof. I See.. ........ F.. B. are required to serve a copy of E. Crowe Admin Istratoe
(fKNOWYOUI ar"o", th.,. (ireetySTenlathe I of! Notice I. Hereby Given, that1Iu.n. Theronetenteee. Yawny'Je. Plain It on of the Estate of Calvin J. fO. POL. .AOV.OUAMMTIIB .
State of : Smith the holder of the who. .ddr.ssI. Crews? deceased.ELZIE 1 1Elal.
following/ certificate ha filed tiff. 8. SANDERS
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at a new crt.Walter in Farm Bureau
Tippy lay. "That's the It takes spring a little while
kind of car I'd like to drive to start doing Its own thing. Annual Meeting
be except the I kind don't of think pmon I'd like who to First mess,that It has winter to left.clean up the .: This SaturdayThe DeV/ilt\/ C. Jones Funeral Home

would drive that kind of car"
: of the STARKE
; annual meeting
Bradford County Farm Bureau : "
will be held Saturday. Oct. 3, PHONE 9846200KEYSTONE
REGISTRATION at the Fairgrounds, startingat -

__ 6:30: p.m.
For The GED Teat Will Begin c7' w Farm and Bureau special member guests will families en-- ,HEIGHTS

Joy a fried chicken supper,followed PHONE 47.1-3176
OCTOBER 5th thru THE 9th by a short program Including
announcements and re-
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For More! Information CallBradfordUnion J ports. r -4
Ballots will be distributed at
r r this time for members to vote ,
-0. --. for a new board of directors. 1 NEW "
AreaVpqationa1Technica1 I Door prizes will also be award I

: Rangers Receive AwardsForest ed.

: Ranger personnel of vatt Jr., District Ranger, 20' L.F. Thomas. 1 year; R.D. CALVARY BAPTIST
AT 964-6150 ,, the Florida Division of Fores- years; J.W. Kelley, Jr., Asst. Tucker, 1 year; H.H. Younger, I: :I II
.. .. I try are shown as they were District Ranger, 19 years;W.L. 1 year. Girls and boys In grades 1 I FOR SALE
presented Safe Driving AwardsIn Scott, 18 years; J.H. Cunning- Those not present receiving through 6 are Invited to Cal-
Gainesville recently. These ham, 13 years; F.D. McLendon, awaros: A.G. McCul- Baptist Church; on lues- .,
Rangers are assigned to the lers Jr., Dlitrlct Forester, vary -
12 Earl Dobbs, 9 years; 4:30
years; day Oct. 6, from 3:30: to
Gainesville District, and 18 W.W. Coman Asst. 12 FT. WIDE
serve F.W. Cone, 9 years;J.P. Gor- years; o'clock. Mrs. Charles Oehrlg ,
in Alachua, Putnam, Bradfordand District Ranger, 20 years W.R.
don, 9 years; B.H. Copeland, Invites all children In these
Union counties. Barbot, County Forester, 7 ,
9 years. Front row, kneeling- ; attend and
Awinner! Receiving the awards, and L to R: J.W. Pearce, 7 years; years; A.M. Jones, 4 years; grades bring to a Bible and a8friend. ''PRICES I II
the number of years for each N.N. Sullivan, 7 years; Max W.E. Jones, 1 year; D.R. Staples A they free week at camp and other $ '
without having a preventable Bass 6 years; R.E. Hodge! 1 year; AL. Tarleton, valuable prizes may be earned. START 3 4 9 5 1I I
motor vehicle accident, were, 4 years; W.M. Wall, Sr., 4 1 year.NEWS I
back row, L to R: J.C. Pro- years; F.O. Faircloth, 2 years; AT ,

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Three Local Men 1 ALSO .
Sign With MarinesThomas ABOUT High Taxes? 1 ,
We will Move Your Mobile Home

Eugene Lee, RonaldG. SERVICE MEN VOTE Anywhere in Florida '"
Gunter,and Richard G,Garst "
all of Starke, enlisted In the ,
U.S. Marine Corps and left Joe Ripley Jr. OlIN'SMobile
for active duty on September I t
Julian E. McRaeHe Navy Petty Officer Second
men will undergo nine Class John H. Bickford son House of RepresentativesDistrict
|just won the National weeks of recruit training at of Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Bick- : :
Sale Achievement' Award Parrish Island,S.C.From there ford of Route I, Keystone 17Republican Homes Sales
in life insurance. $lIven by they will go to Camp Lejeune, Heights, was graduated from ( )
the National Association of N.C.for advanced training,followed Cornmlssaryman "C" Schoolat I
Life Underwriters.And by a 15-day leave. Naval Supply School, New- fO. POL. ADV. Cor. Route 100 West! and Route 100-A It
theirs a pretty Kood sign port, R.I. I Phone 961.5606 Starke, Florida! I
that people like what he's RORARY NEWS -----------------
What he's selling is his Speaker at last Friday's Rotary .
ability. His ability to help meeting was Mrs.Josephine '
people protect their Reed, Vice President of
financial future be it family Keystone State Bank,who gavean Pc ii- -K---------------
or business. excellent talk on Women in
In life health and group Business. Mrs. Reed pointedout
insurance.call in a real winner. that two-thirds of all bank-
k Ing personnel are woman. She I i 1 ROAST FOOD '
emphasized that with equal 1 j
Life of Georgia rights comes responsibility.; STEAKS"I
Women succeed by persistenceand
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I Formation Of Sink Hole To Be Topic Tobacco Nets aaswavs aii :;'m,.."s34k

Bradford i

: At Meeting Of Historical Society $271,183 -:

: Geological factors In the formation Sciences at the University; of Starke library. timers used to tell of a skir-
of Bradford County's Florida, at the first fall meetIng Dr. Pirkle has made exten- mish between the Indians and Bradford County growers received -

I famed "Sink Hole" wil be dis- of the Bradford County His- sive studies of the earth strata the white men taking place at approximately 271183.of
cussed by Dr. E.G. Pirkle of torical Society on Thursday, In the 80-foot deep hole, and that spot Those who reallygo 38 for the 347,671 pounds

the Department of Physical Oct. 15, at 7:30: p.m. In theI will discuss theories of Its for- In for "tall tales" say that tobacco produced here this sam
The price t.
mation, estimated age,etc.,and three Indians fell into the sink summer. average
... ""' 1I''I'-O-a'! : : ; _' J will show slides taken on field during the fight and were later paid Florida growers was 78< 4 rfi
of the most favorable -
a pound, one
trips to the site. found floating In the Gulf .
The Sink Hole, which Is on of Mexico near Deadman'sBay. on record. {
Bradford had 32 farms
i property of Container Corpor- Needless to say, this story the grow-1970
ation between Brooker and Graham is undocumented.The ing tobacco during
Is the county's most spec- Sink Hole Is about 200 season. The county; has an allotment -
but only
of 225 acres,
tacular scenic spot, and is the feet In diameter and the walls
source of considerable awe for the most part are perpen- 175 acres were actually plant- .r

when visited for the first time.A dicular drops to the water's ed.Quall'y
of the 1970 leaf was
sheer drop of more than 80 edge. On the west side sev- t'A
describe as "very good, con-
viewer who eral cave-ins
feet confronts the over the years "
stands on the rim of the sink have given the wall a more sidering .he weather.

and looks down at the water gradual slope, but even this
1 far below. is too steep for a person to
If the old Bradford County climb down to the water's edge. ASC Committee

courthouse could be floated on The story Is told of a group Sets Up Livestock
a barge on the water's surface, of men cutting timber several ,
the tip of Its tower would hit years ago near the time of the Feed ProgramThe
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several feet below the top edgeof sink on the west side. They

the sink. From time to time, left the scene overnight and
surveyors and amateur geolo- upon return the next morning Bradford County ASC Pictured! at ceremony (from left) : Gen. McMillan.Cat. .

M gists have attempted to plumbthe found the entire area where Committee is setting up a Livestock Griffin, Mrs. Griffin.Retirement .
Feed Program to help fill
depth of the hole from thewater's they had been cutting had
Stolen auto was, dragged from sink hole several surface--without suc dropped Into the water. The the need of livestock producers -

I years ago after it had been rolled down the side and cess. So far as Is known, the earth dumped In this big land- In the county losses who were this Ceremonies Held
hit by corn blight
came to rest in the water. Bottom photo shows carat bottom has never been reached. slide made the depth of wateron summer. For Col. Griffin At Arsenal

uafaru nn! ede) .. tukfftrA ti_._._lntr_. _r..mllv..d._n___ ___ Limestone sinks such as this. wnere.that side less than else- The county committee has

_. are said to be formed by water The most spectacular scenic approved the emergency Live- Retirement ceremonies for
----- seeping through the rock, effect is stock Feed Program,which will exceptionally outstanding and the 116 Field Arti-
on the east side Col. James A. Griffin, who
gradually dissolving It until an of the sink where creek flows be available to all livestock State meritorious military service to privatelo National Guard,
a completed 23 as
Our editorial. underground cave Is formed. Into the hole through a deep producers in the county and Maintenance Officer years for the the State of Florida and to In July 1930 at Lakeland, his

When the cave becomes large and winding gorge-- a kind of will be administered throughthe Florida National Guard on September the Nation. former home. After servingIn
enough and close enough to miniature Grand Canyonthat ASCS office In the agri- 26, were held at 4:30 Florida< Service Medal: for the New Guinea and South-
the surface the overlaying cultural building. It is expected of 30 of ser- Campaigns, he
has been cut to a depth of 40 p.m. last Friday at the State completion years ern Philippines
earth falls in and presto!-- feet below the surface In some that corn will be made available Arsenal In St. Augustine. vice In the Florida National returned to the States in 1945

[ Point of view a new sink hole is formed. places. Water at the mouth of to eligible producers During the ceremony climaxIng Guard as of August 5, 1960. and was promoted to the rank
I I the creek spills into the sink through the Commodity Credit his military career of 40 Meritorious Service Medal: of Lieutenant Colonel in Oct-
The Bradford sink Is Corporation at around $1.12 meritoriuus from
mentioned over a limestone tablerock per years, including active duty In for outstanding tober 1946 and released
in accounts of the Seminole ledge making a small water- bushel. the Asiatic-Pacific Theatre service while assigned as State active duty at Camp Polk, La.
Indian Wars, and old- It Is estimated that only 30- during World War H, Col. Griffin Maintenance Officer, Florida In December of that year, returning -
fall.The sides 000 bushels of corn producedIn Army National Guard, from to state control. He was
of the great bowl was presented with the following -
have an awesome beauty, cov- Bradford County this sea- medals by Brig. Gen. Sept. 1, 1947 to Sept. 15, 1970. promoted to Colonel, Ordancein

ered as they are with native son, representing about an 80 Henry W, McMillan The Ad- The clationa further stated.... August 1960, with assign-
I.\ trees, vines, and flowers, percent loss. The normal yield jutant General of Florida: performance of duty throughout ment to Ho. & Hq Detachment,
Time Now For City To Move sprouting from earth strata of here Is around 150,000 bush- this period represents Florida Army National Guard.
Florida Cross awarded for
varying colors. The drip of the els. : achievement In the most cher- Col. Griffin's decorations and
ished traditions of the US. Bronze Star
water over the ledge and the awards Include the
Armv and reflects the utmost Medal Army CommendationMedal
moisture seeping into the sink ,
Monday afternoon in a special ses- credit himself and the World War n Victory
At this point we are uncertain as through the limestone rock upon ,
sion of the Starke City; Council new to what to believe about the claimsof walls provide the only reliefIn It's a woman'sBy Florida Army National Guard Medal, American Defense Ser-

city engineers were engaged. The firm the surrounding stillness.In ;; :; "His exceptional knowledge vice Medal, Distinguished Ser-
of Reynolds, Smith and Hills was a turn-key job. We are just as .: : and ability in the field of main- vice Medal, and many others.
uncertain that new engineers will cost -'tllJffff! fb recognized by the to spend
notified two weeks that its an article written for The tenance was Col. Griffin plans
ago con-
less money. Telegraph many years ago, the National Guard Bureau and he his retirement years InStarke,
tract will be
terminated. late H.E. Lagergren, veteran was regularly selected to serveon where he and his wife, Nell,

This uncertainly Is due In surveyor naturalist, and wri- panels and boards to for- occupy a new home recently
This move was instigated and pushed a large ter said: ". If you wantto Martha Sue McCain mulate plans and directives In built for them on Wilson Road.
through by City Councilman Neil degree, to ignorance concerning engineering treat yourself to a feastof County Extension the field of maintenance, log- He also owns property on Lake

Tucker, the second time the council- matters and methods of power horrors, go there on a fog- Home Economics Agent istices, and assignments of Kerr In the Ocala National For-
plant construction., However, It has appeared gy morning when the vapor hides t equipment." est and plans to spend some of
man attempted the change. A fellow for some time that the city the water below, and might be Col. Griffin began hiS military his time in further develop

board member reneged on the move council Is In the same boat. Imagined as smoke from a WIG BUYING GUIDE mal hair and artificial hair- career by enlisting as a ment there.

last time when it appeared at the smouldering volcano. Throw Wigs have become such a it's Important for consumersto

last minute the change would cost the down a piece of rock, and there big business today that the Fed- know what to expect froma
We should also add that we find will be a glimmer as of hot eral Trade Commission has
city more money because the new firm purchase.For .
no fault with the new engineers. Sitting lava when It strikes the wa- label- Japan ConsumerOf
would have to make costly studiesto proposed a guide for the example, European hair Major
on the council we would be as ter. Shudderingly you retreata Ing and advertising of hair- Is usually softer, more natu-
become familiar with the city'ssewer comfortable with the two firms hired few steps. If you go thereon pieces.An ral looking and more easily

water, gas, and electric sys- Monday as with any engineering firm. a night when the full moon estimated 75 to 80 per styled than Oriental hair. The U. S. Farm Products
Is reflected In the water
tems. way
cent of all women In urban texture of Oriental hair is gen-
Neither do we stand ready to find below, you have the uncanny areas own some type of hair- erally straighter and stiffer

fault with Reynolds, Smith and Hills. feeling of looking up Insteadof piece or wig, with a smaller than European hair. Florida residents are well

.:t But the There is no reason to believe RS & H down,* and you;doD't know percentage of women In rural You should have wigs of human aware that U.S. Japanese ply the: In United terms States of total is exports Japan's,

engineers employed Monday would not have gone with any plan the whether you are standing on" areas Joining the fashion trend. Mar animal hair cleaned trade Is extensive, W.F. Her- best customer, and Japan Is
afternoon are all old employees of council might have suggested toward your feet or on your head. Today, even men buy more and set by professionals How long, Jr., Chairman of the State the United States best lt-ihore
R, S & H. In fact, the principals are So far as anyone knows, no than toupees. ever, synthetic wigs are often Agricultural Stablization and

the very engineers who have handledthe expanding the power plant. one has ever drowned in the Both Inexpensive and high- permanently curled so that you Conservation (ASC) Committee customer."As you might expect, two-

City of Starke for R, S & H- Having been kept In the dark about Sink legendary Hole Indians.unless it There was is the a priced ket. For wigs Instance are ,on you the can mar-buya by can wash avoiding them further yourself expense., there- commented"Almost everyone recently.recognizesthat thirds of U.S. shipments to

familiar names such as Earl Bes- many matters concerning the engineers report that a horse and buggy $10 wig, but you can also Original Americans are important Japan last year were raw materials -

sent, Don Ruckman; and, going far- an outsider is left to spec- went over the rim one day, spend several hundred dollars requirements price and do later not UPkeep i indicate -- customers for Japanese goods. stuffs ,while mineral 90 fuels percent,and of food-Ja-
ther back Ed Wheeler, who had a ulate whether the change Is in some but fortunately on one of the for a hairpiece. The FTC reports quality. You can find I wonder how many of us realize pan's shipments to the U.S.

hand in designing the city's power way politically motivated. Or perhaps more sloping sides, and It that Americans will spend wigs of both European or Ori- that the Japanese are major were manufactured goods.
lodged against the truck of a
plant for R, S & H. there are sound reasons of which we tree with no damage to the and nearly hairpieces$700 million in 1970.on wigs ental hair of superior or Inferior especially customers for for Americangoods American farm, "This Is the basis of beneficial -
quality carrying a simi- world trade-- an exchange -
have driver. Cattle and have
no knowledge. goats
The concerns of the FTC commodities.
lar price tag. And the same of goods based pri-
Reasons given publicly by Council- fallen In on numerous occasions Include misleading statements "In fact, Japan Imports more
inconsistency applies to wigs ef-
marily on production
man Tucker for his proposals are In any case, the four councilmen and drowned, and Justa regarding composition, quality, made of artificial hair. U.S agricultural products than ficiency."It .

that R, S & H has never presentedthe present Monday voted unanimously to month or so ago some Brooker durability, construction, weight If completed and approved, any other country in the worlda -- is this principle that led
hunters missed one of theli length, size, fit, color, style, record $1.1 billion worth dur-
city fathers with any alternativeto employ the new engineering firms. dogsl' and rescued him several) the FTC guide would help the Japan to look to efficient pro
of maintenance
ease styling
the 1970 fiscal Her-
consumer choose a wig or hair- ing year, ducers the broad farmlandsfor
expand the' power plant other than We hope now the Council can agreeon days later when they discov- service guarantee, original long said. on
to suggest a 2,000 KW and method to that the ered him In the sink. piece, but the guide would not the feed grains needed to
engine a some ensure price and other features of the guarantee the lie pointed out that feed
$650,000 bond issue. Lately there has City of Starke Is served with ade- One of the most spectacular hair product sold to consumers. As with any product, the FTC grains, soybeans, cotton, and satisfy for Its people's livestock rising products.demand -

been a growing belief within city government quate power In the forseeable fu- eral incidents took when place stolen sev- Since wigs.. can be made of can set guidelines, but the con- tobacco are important farm "As a result, imported feed
years ago
three fibers human hair(from
I that a larger 3,000 KW engine ture. One councilman has told us pri- auto was rolled into the sink a variety of countries), aniGrasstufting- sumer must continue to be wary crops of in Florida these farm and productsto that exports grains have triggered a rapid

j would be more efficient and mean vately this is exactly why he voted "to get rid of the evidence." when buying goods. Japan have-gone up drama- expansion of Japanese livestock

fewer power plant expansions in yearsto for the engineering change. It was soon discovered,.however tically in recent years. production. This has brought
Japanese meat
consumers more
as the .headlights had
come. More than six million tons
Season and poultry at better prices it
R, S & H recommended an expansionof eerie been light left burning, and the Closing, of feed grain were shipped to has opened opportunities for;
was visible
the power plant In 1970 and anotherIn up through the murky shining But Lawns Still Need Care Japan last fiscal year--Just a- Japanese farmers for new and
bout one-third of U.S. feed
The Council's grain profitable livestock enterprises -
power plant committee 1972. Power consumption has exceeded at night.

of Tucker, Councilmen Orie Wig- the level R, S & H engineers The Sink Hole, once a popu pan exports.had Soybean a 251 million exports dollar toJa- ; and it has meant an im-
portant feed
expanding grain
gins, and Power Plant Supt George predicted. The city already has exceeded lar spot with visitors, is now Grass mowing time Is com- value, and wheat exports $136 market for world agriculture...
Graudon has under fence behind a gate Kept ing to an end. As the cooler and as the bulb grows the soil
lately been investigating Its firm power capacity. City locked million. Japan is our best cotton "Almost the whole range of
by Container be
a "turn key" job as means of Bond Trustees, entrusted with the tion. Perhaps It is Corpora weather and the shorter days plant.can This pulled up around the customer, taking one-fourth U.S. farm commodities finds
Just as well, approach, ceases togrow, helps to sustain the
grass of its cotton from the U.S. and "
enlarging the power plant. This means operation of the power plant, recom- for a slip of the foot on the according to the Florida plant and prevent it from blow- Japan bought $50 million Japan a leading customer
the j job would be given to a firm mended an expansion over a year ago. damp, slick clay around the Nurseymen and Growers Association Ing over. Periodic plantings of tobacco from the U.S. dur- afford"Japan these wants products, needs,, and and can the

with much of the engineering being rim might mean an 80-foot (FNGA). This does gladiolus at Intervals of two ing the last fiscal year. U.S. can supply them In
done by the drop and serious injury to man not mean that need to reduce weeks will give you flowers any
successful contractor, Whether the city expands its power or beast. you The ASC committee Chair- system of International tradein
and less by city engineers.At plant or chooses to purchase additional All interested the care of your lawn. throughout Onion lovers most of the winter. man reported that Secretaryof which price, quality and a-'
persons are Root systems continue to develop will find sets Agriculture Clifford M.Har-
power from a private firm the time Invited to Join and vallabillty are the primary fac-
members seeds In
of the in the winter months and the garden supply dill, recently took note of the tors...
Monday's meeting Tucker cited is past for a move to be made. It is Historical Society to hear Dr. the grass can only sustain itself stores. For an early crop of American-Japanese. trade story -

engineering costs with the new firm already late, as the council was told Pirkle on October 15. by a good watering. An application onions, now is an excellent calling It unprecedented. "In a world of compeaoon,

of $19,500 for the power plant expansion many times by R, S & H. r ..6 of fertilizer at this time to plant. Remember that Secretary Hardln also said: export expansion means sales-
using the turn key job me- time would be beneficial to onions are heavy feeders. In "The Japanese economy has manship and service as well

thod, compared with $49,000 in The time to We NEW BOOKSAT the- lawnWinter, addition to lots of lerdll"A" paralleled that Nation's growthin as price, quality and availability.
is would
engineering move now. weeds that Invade fine they need Plenty-oj moisture t to trade. In the years between The producers and marketers -
fees R, S & H has pro- like to see every avenue promptly THE LIBRARY lawn grasses In the winter are produce maximum growth. The 1960 and 1965 Japanese shipments of the major U.S. agri

posed. explored. there only because the grass Is sets will make mature onions In world trade more cultural products: have understood -

r s fjf j j trjjsrj j jjj jjfj- M, weak. It Is not unusual to find later on while the seeds will than doubled. By 1969, they had this, and they support
mole crickets in the lawn dur- produce tender, green onions almost doubled again, reach- some 68 private trade organizations
ADULT FICTION ing this time of year, and if for eating In salads and relish ing $16 billion. Shipments to formed to develop mar-

these are not controlled they dishes. the United States increased In kets overseas In cooperationwith
Man Of Straw..Cowley The will cause a decline of the
; grass. those nine years by more than the Department of Agri
Embrace And Stories--Glaze; Lawns infested with mole crickets four times $4.9 billion..." culture. This Is, of course, a
The Bradford County The Bishop.-Marshall; Fields have the feeling of a soft Area Conservation "The Japanese householder's mutual effort with many

/l-- Of Fate--Namora; Last Things- carpet when you walk over the disposable Income has more strong Japanese organizations
TELEGRAPH Meeting Held
Snow; Phil And MeWood- area. Two materials are acceptable than tripled since 1960. His bringing to It their special

/l house; Survival Zero--Splllane; for the control of crickets demand for meat milk, and knowledge, their special abili
ESTABLISHED 1879 The Kyle Contract--Mackenzie : chlordane and kepone. Bradford County was well represented eggs-- good 'horseback'measure ties"

.f$ ; From The Academy Both of these materials come Saturday, Sept. 19, of consumer prosperityhas -- In closing,Agriculture Secre
Bridge-Paslnetti Butterflies at the Area 4 meeting of Soil
,, ; In liquid form. The liquids are increased by more than tary Hardln gave special recog
'hlBibb Of The Province Tracy; The mixed with water and sprayed and Water Conservation DIs- four times In 15 years. nition to the trade organizations
MIM/Ia Dick-- Friedman Mutants_ trict Supervisors and state and
; over the entire lawn area. If for the three
I find my delight in thy Dickson local "He Is diversifying his eating commodities which
; Lovers All Untrue- you are using baits, the lawn government officials last
FLORI A ESS commandments. (Psalms Lofts; The Couch Trip.-Kolb; should be wet before the bait Commissioner Zedra Hamilton, 1|habits as his Income goes up. thirds year of total accounted U.S agricultural for two-

119:47): ). The Lynching Of Orin New- Is scattered over the lawn Rep. !Gene Shaw, and Re.reJ, :J For example per person con-: exports to Japan
ASSOi TON All of us really want the field-- Goldberg; Rich Man, tered over the lawn. sentaUve-elect Wayne Hol- sumption of wheat flour in this soybeans and wheat. ,

establishment of harmony and Poor Man--Shaw. Mole crickets can fly, and lingsworth attended. traditionally rice-eating society
order. We take fundamentalstep migrate from one lawn to Chairman Eddie Allen, and has Increased by 30 per-
in this a ADULT NON-FICTION another but if you have the lawn Covington Woodley, Soil Con- cent In a decade and a half
direction when we { servation "Ten Japan's agricultural -
sprayed thoroughly the crickets Service, and their years ago EASTERN
review the cornerstone of our Another World: Central A- will not last long when they wives represented the Bradford : Imports from the TO STAR
E. L, MATTHEWS Editor-FublUhe faith-the commandments and merlca--Espy; The Coffee,Tea start burrowing. Conservation District. U.S. were $440 million. In the RECONVENE

Published each Thursday and entered M See--. adopt them for present day liv Or Me Girl's Round-The-World Union County Sheriff John fiscal year Just past, they were Starke

Class Matter at the Foil Office at Starke, Florida ing. As we affirm divine orderin Diary--Baker; Twentieth Cen- FALL GARDENING Whitehead prepared the meal more than twice as great the Order Chapter of the No. 224 of

under Act of March 3rd 1879. our mind, body and affairs tury Interpretations Of Julius which was served at his farmon nearly iLl billion... will reconvene Eastern Star

Subscription la trade area: 1 year, $5.00; Outside we allow the fullness of all life, Caesar--Dean; Cats. And How October is the gardening New River. Tom Ford, "But the agricultural exportsare 5 at 8 pm. Monday, Oct.
L Photograph! Them--Si month and now Is the time to Area 4 vice president presided only one aspect of a beneficial
all tes All
trade area: 1 year, 4J.M light, and all good will come > ; members are urged to
These shouldbe at the business
to us. Paplllon--CharrleA; The Pre- set out gladiolus. meeting and trading relationship that attend.
sident Steps Down--Christian. placed In a shallow trench introduced guests. can be summarized very sim


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Movies SAVE 4 S

"Butch Cassidy and the Sun .,. I."
Ince Kid" plays Friday
rough Monday at the 301
ive-In Theatre. !
Starring Paul Newman, Ro- UkL J
trt Redford and Katharine
Joss, the story deals with the I
aders of one of the last of
fie great bands of riders toke _
to the outlaw trail. Theory __
Is told with warmth and _
Jreat humor as Butch (pos- r
hbly[ the most likeable outlaw
Ji frontier history) and hIs
llosest associate! the Cabled L'N ONCE UPON A TIME .

Iver dangerous, Sundance Kid.: Managing a grocery store was a one man operation with personalized "small

fide crosS, fight the and screen.love This their movie way town" service. Well, the population is way up and the number of items you

f rated' "M". wanted are way, way up and grocery stores are now large stores with many of c

trlday- The through Undefeated"Monday also at plays the QOM STOas S your neighbors on the staff. We, at Winn-Dixie are using this week to introduceyou

101 Drive-In Theatre. John to your store manager and his.staff. Personalized service ;is our business. "

|\ayne and Rock Hudson are Come ;in today to our STORE MANAGER SALE and seelSWIFT'S I r,
earned for the first time In a
notion picture. PRICES GOOD THRU OCT. 7
Wayne plays a colonel,leader ,
bf f a Union cavalry unit that
tacks! a Confederate position
tinder the command of Husdon
(also a colonel.
With the war over, Wayne PREMIUM CANNEDHAMS 99
I heads west with a group of
I his men to round up wild hor-
jses and sell them to the Fed- 1 1A
eral forces. Hudson unwillingto
( accept life In a conquered
land, burns his plantation and
I departs for Mexico with his "
I family and about a hundred a
I men, women and children.
There the Confederate and
Union groups meet again and I0. r ,
I become Involved in the struggle n
I between Benito Juarez,
I leader of the Mexicans, and S-i
Emperor Maximilian whom 5 a
the :Mexicans seek to depose. BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICEDBACON 4
Two big Walt Disney movies LO
play at the Florida Theatre IIB.PKG. CANp
Friday, Saturday and Sunday : 68c
"The Computer Wore Tennis 0 =c
Shoes" and "Darby O'Cill and
the Little People."

e e e
Put .'Aim/who!/ "', m(,IIro"nll'"
,,11H"t ,'''' (10 hove n linhil! of/ r FULL FOR BRAND USDA CHOICE BOTTOM ROUND
iiiiifi n iilrln leaked./ If liecmlil
( ,,' ,/ jirnl Oil'r' / (,"' il fcnj" I[
)ne"'< > flic average/ tijlite iiERLCH c
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V.Iof Code' ) riling: October I, 1070 SAVE lOe 7, "OUR EXCLUSIVE TRIM, cur' jrri YIINMINT 01AD1 )
''UI ol 1''uu"'Uull., i>'M"* METHOD SAVES YOU M (U. S. CHOICE ,
:.1 t'uwuy'1'el.'gruph Inc. e're- I
quviicy uC te.ue: weenly. ii'.u- TIME AND MONEY \
t'uor known office of publiiu"" BY A CLOSER TRIM J
t l."ii.: UiV.. Cull St., :Sturlte:; LB.
1Ir.tdford Cuuuiy: 1'iouu.i LB. OFBONEANDFATI_) _.. _
1:(>Jl. Locution of the headquarters *

. .. of tin- general busm&vs.
.f the 1:1.V':
"Iollah..r: W.D BRAND CUBED

, .N.iiiiu 1',inrld.t-JUOL and address:< of publish Steakettes . LB.89c Rump Roast ,LB. $129 Meat Dinners. P : 99C Shoulder Roast. LB. $119

P.I'ublUheri O liraucr: E.. L.btnrke Matthew, Flu Cheese . lB.79c Round Roost lB. $139 Baking Hens LB.45c Round Roast lB. $139
1 ICillt .r i : It. U I-Viuusun P.

O.i I'1'iji.lixlli min I.M.I' ter i.: :A.Jti.nlinril i:St.irKiFlu.L./ ,Muttltewl, C": .. Tclor P.. Fish Fillets . lB.89c Pork Roast . lB.59c Chuck Steak . lB.79c Cheese 2 i 69C

.. Inc. 1'. o, Jjruwcr A.hln. .
)Kimnn, bondholders mortga- DIXIE CRYSTAL
S'lH, .und uth.r security huldtr
owning or holding 1 per cent ? ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
ir more uf total amuunt of It
uritiesNonp.Total: number, copies printed: SUGAR
Average! number. copies each
l Issue durlr.x. preceding 13
n"ntth' '. :"P: elnale leeuenr.tl
at tn flllnir date 3.GOO.I'.lId 49
Circulation: Limit I Sugar of your choice u-uo..e.rMYe.r Chaic*with$5 orMar 69
carriers Sales through street vendors dealers and and with" a $S 00 or more purchat. I' .r A .rwleowl.d.dl.. .Ciyatmttmt
.. Mcluding cigor.ttre.THRIFTY .
rounter snl: <* : average number 5
copies each Issue during preceding -g.7 LB'
12 months. 2.371: ; single) MAID
Issue nearest to flUng date. I O CANe
Mail subscriptions: averagenumber Sugar IBS.
copies each lufl I dur-
Inir nrr.-odinn IS months 1.125inKlr c COFFEE l.lB. 79C
., i..uo nearest to filing CAN
UMI.OS3., : HELLMAN'S Limit On. Mayonnaise Your Choice with a U.
Total, paid circulation; average or more purchase excluding cigarette'

single,. .ding! IKSUO. 13 nearest months.to filing 3.406 Mayonnaise . JAR 49C Tomato Soup 8 CANS No. 1 100 Bread 4 LOAVES: :sI00 Peaches . N CAN 0' 18e
QJI. 3,175.Fre ;; DEEP SOUTH Limit, On.Mayonnou.Your Choic, with o $5.
... distribution (Including. or more purchase..eluding, CigarettesMayonnaise, DUNCAN HINES ASSORTED TOASTEM ASSORTEDPopUps KLEENEX

.imples outer means) by: mall..average uertiirln, carrier number* ,pre or . ft 39C Cake Mixes 3 'IB'/a-oi.PKGS.' $100 . 3 PKGS 1001. $1 Facial I Tissue 3 280CT.BOXES $1
cuntcB each 1 iM

sue number Total ncurri-t copies distribution ti. each flllnir: Issue dale average dur-50 Oats 'PKG' 28C Dog Food . 6 15'/2'0'CANS' 8Sc Green Beans 5 No.CANS 303 '$100 1 Paper Towels I 3 ROLLS $1 1

tnir preceding 1 It months
3..140, sinplc l tieUO. nearest CUIng -
Office left-OVer. unaccounted Cheese As. $100 2 IB. 0
use Mac & 5 Potatoes. 3 $1
spoiled otter prlntln! PKGS.

average Issue during number preceding copies each 12 MORTON BEEF,CHICKEN & TURKEY TASTE O'SEA JUICE

Tni>'nt1i fllinjc.. 00 dnte: 75.single nearest Meat Pies. 4 pB ;. 89c Fish Sticks 2 FOR: $100MORTON
Total: average number copies
each Issue during preced'J3. ASTOR SPEARS

I. certify Via ..."t'l'1flljil tnat the",?dale statementsmade 3.600.h. Pie Shells 3 VSr $100 Broccoli I 3 PKGS.lOo 10'01.: 89c 0

by ms above art correct
aDd complete. $ MORTON ECONOMY LIBBY 6-oz.

E.President T. MATTHEWS it 2 PKGS. 79 Dinners . 3 I Ilse/FOR. $100 1 Cream Corn 5 PKGS.c : $100 1 CANS


STARKE Cream Pies 3 ':;;. 79c Vegetables 4 10 c 01.PKGS... $100


DIRECTORYAUTO Apples . 5 59c ,u.s. No. 1 REGULAR VENT-VU Onions YEllOW . 3 BlO: 33c


SERVICE_ Potatoes .. 4 s.lO 59< 1 0

Gilbert S. Brown Peppers . 5 FOR 39 Potatoes 10 BtO 69c

20 L85. 89" fRlSHGREFN
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Services of World War n and had lived K. U. Greene ,-' ''.''', ., .'1,..... .. ..' '" ....'">>..N_ ...<<'::r>.j,'"
,';.<- "r'r.t: ; : : $
In Jacksonville for the past Killed in Alaska .., 101 <' .. "."fjj/,',{R""d
}, < G. .
For : ) ,
L. G.
Padgett 14 years. He was a memberof ',' < H 0 f ,
i the Home Garden Baptist Hunting AccidentRichard .i""" ; :,1{ : :, 'G;

,f Funeral services for Louis Church.Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Durwood Greene 36, ,; ; :, t/jg f.II! rPlfM 'cr! 1jitfiV9: /' T

Garland Padgett 51, a nativeof Louise Padgett; two daughters, formerly of Jacksonville and a ,
I Bradford County; were held and four slaters. Mrs. Myr- brother of John C. Greene of ,
! at 4 pjn. Saturday Sept 26. tle N. Adklns Mrs. Sallle N. Camp Blandlng. died September
In Jacksonville following his Crawford Mrs. Joan P. Morris 19 as the result of a huntIng ._- ._ -- .
i death on Friday. Interment was and Mrs. Louise P. Ed- accident near Fairbanks, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
in Evergreen Cemetery.Mr. wards; and two brothers Carl Alaska where he was employed.Mr. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:45a.m.Morn-

Padgett was a veteran :::. and Carson D..Norman- ........... ...- Greene was pinned under LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125.Northwestof La w- Sunday CHURCH: Bible OF Study CHRIST 10 a.m.; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship. 11 aYouth

; ; ; 1 m m1m1 ; ;; ;; : a while snowmobile he was which riding: capsized In It 1404 E. Bessent Road' tey. Sunday School.IOa.m.Morning Morning Worship and Communion Sunday Worship School.11 10 a.m.a.m.; Evening; Morning Fellowship, Wednesday 6 pjn.8 Choir Practice -
SundayPriesthood 8:30: 11:15. Sunday Night p.m.
alone and It was several days Sunday School. 10 Sacra ajn. Worship, Wednesday Service 11 a.m. Evening services 'Vorshlp, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch

I@R1 m11111E11 1111mlm11 11mv 1HA mmmL' and before recovered.Mr. his body. was located ment. 6 pjn. a.m. Service Prayer,Meeting 7:30: ,p.m.7:30 p.m.Rev.. 6.Wednesday. Worship service -Meeting. J.C.7:30:Saunders.p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. pastor. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH

schools. Greene at Jacksonville was educated and Orange In- TuesdayPrimary MondayMia 7:30 p.m.4:30: p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell. fls Highway Loop). S-100 A, Start(Grif-

WednesdayRelief Society; PINK!; LEVEL:: BAPTI&i'Sunday MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL; 10 Morning
Park and served In the Morn- Sunday School ajn.
7:30 p.m.Je..e School 10 ajn. Sunday9:45: a.m.
U.S. Air Force. He had livedIn 11AOgION..c11RISTLAN: CHURCHSunday Worship at 1L Training Union,
I It D. 11 Pre- 11 Morning Worship -
I Branson Branch Ing Worship ajn. School. a.m.
6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
Fairbanks for four years and School 10 ajn. Morning Union 7p.m. :
President. Services Booster Band Young 6 p.m. Training
was employed by an oil com- People vnd Prayer Service)) 0pjn. Worship,, 11 a.m. Evening, Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday -
: BETHEL BAPTIST 111 1{ pany working on the Alaskan JORDAN MISSIONARY Evening Worship. 7 p.m.. Worship -James Shaw pas-' Wednesday7:30 Prayer Services Pastor.7:30.Rev.: Don R.
north slope where an oil strike tor. 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy
BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service, Wednesday ,
I CHURCH IIt was made recently. U.S. 301 North behind Tas- 7:30 pjn. Rvv. John Strickland, night-1 I p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Besides his brother here Mr.
o tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
Is survived his BAPTIST
ill School 10 a.m. Worship Service CHURCri Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
OCT. 5 thru FRI. OCT. 9 || widow Mrs. Inga Greene and 11 a.m. and .7 p.m. Prayer BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
1 four children, all of Fairbanks; Rev. Jim Temple pastor.. Sun-; Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; '0
Service 7:3C
7:30 Wednes- 7:30 Prayer Meeting
i his mother Mrs. John E. p.m. HOPI: 8APTIST.CHJURCHHighway day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- p.m.;
Greene Mrs. day.Leroy ( l IUO at Theressa) Superintendent. ning Worship, 7p.m. Wed.Prayer Wednesday.
: a sister Sylvia ;
::: Training
m::: Olive Ek Rev. Robert West.
pastor. Pastor
: :: @ Marie Conner; andanotherbro- Oriffls Sunday School- a.m:, Morning Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study, 7p.m.
ther Ernest Oneal Greene of pastor. Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services. Study on Book of Psalm. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
HEARREV. 'r1? Tallahassee.John Union6:30: p.m.; EvenlngtWorshlp ;; 11 G.F. Prevatt
1 CONNIE JOHNSON DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:15 a.m. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw pastor. Everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
111 11; :11:::::1 Greene left by plane Sun BROOKER P.m.Wednesday Night Prayer Ser- music director. Welcome. Worship. 11 am.. Training

:::::::: Monday and Thursday Night |::::|: day his to attend brother funeral In Fairbanks servicesfor Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship
m ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Packham. pastor. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service
7:30 Everyone welcome.L.L. .
'p.m. Training Union 6Rev. p.m.- : p.m.
'1 1 REV. JACK HALL #|::1;<|m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH | Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday CHURCH School.HIGHWAY 9:45 a.m.Morning 18 N. 9:45 Sunday a.m.Service Morning: Sunday Worship.School 10:45 Parker pastor.
11 j; 11 STARKE GOD Worship II. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: P.m. CALVARY BAPTJS1.CHURCHSunday
;::::::: Tuesday and Friday Nights :|::::|::: Schedule of the First Baptist 422 N.CHURCH St. Clair OF St., Starke. Ing Sunday Worship School 11 10 a.m.and 7 Morn- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30( School 10 a.m. Morn

i i1! REV. DICK ROBERTS I 1 S&!! Sunday Church Sunday7:30 for Oct.the 4, Is week a.m.: beginning Brother- (Services-Rev.Sunday Y.W.School 11 Kldd a.m.10 pastor.CONGREGATIONAL and ajn.7:30.Worship p.m. Rev. Fred Johns a.m.pastor. p.m. Midweek-Rev. L.Prayer Tommy Service.Howe pastor 7:30. p.m. -J.C. Brown, minister 'ing 6:30.: Worship Evening Worship 11. Training 7:30.Union,

$ hood Breakfast and Meeting; ----- --- ---- --------
::: 9:45: a.m. Sunday School; 11 r------------- ,
:::::::: Wednesday Night :::::

a.m."Such MornlngWorshlp.Sermon As I Have," (Acts 3:1-: : CHURCH HOLINESS I iiI "

i I II 10); 6:15: p.m. Training Union; Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning ..
EVERYONEWELCOME 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship- Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- i .1
Sermon: "Like Father Like vice 6:00.p.m. Evening'Worship.
I1i1i Son" (Josh. 4:1-24): .7.P.rn. SEASONS
Monday<< Oct. 57 p.m. Youth Thursday night Prayer. ; Meet I f 1 1I
Choir 7:30:

i;111iHii;; !1iimi: :;;i::i:1:1:1:1:1:1ii:1:1:1:1:1:1:1i:1:1:11:11111m1i:::::::::::::::::::;:;;;;; ;;; miii1:1:1:1:11; ;:::: ;111iii1i111iii:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1i:1:1:1f;;;; ::::::::::::::: ff! WMS Tuesday practice.Council Oct.11:15 610:30: Program a.m. Ivy pjn.Luke PastorNORTHSIDE t
: a.m. -
; 12:00: Luncheon; 12:30: BAPTIST I
p.m. Business; 3:30: p.m. Jun- CHURCH I CHANGE :
ior Choir practice G.A.'s; 4:15 Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ;
REVIVALPMEETING p.m.. G.A.Wednesday. Sunday School 11. Sunday Eve- I .
Oct. 76 p.m. ning Worship 6 p.m. Training
Family Night Supper; 6:30: p.m. Union, 7:30.: .
Prayer Meeting R.A. Meeting ThursdayTeachers and Officers i
; For time leaves then
I a are green. in y
7:15: pjn. Teachers and Offi- Meeting 6:30. Prayer .
cers Meeting; 8:15: P.m. Church Meeting 7:30.Edward I early/ fall they become brilliant)
Choir practice. C. Harvey pastor. .
Thursday Oct. 87 p.m. f. with many color Finally they turn .

Church Wide Visitation. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL brown and fall from the trees,
Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd I leaving them drab and j
MADISON STREET Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer lonely ,looking. .
BAPTIST CHURCH 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. I
Opportunities for service: -John M. Flynn Rector. I
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 9:45: ; Morning J God never changes he i is an' t .
Worship 11; Training Union,
6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle 7:15; LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH ever present help. ., I If

4 MI.1.\ ON 100 Evening Worship, 7:30.: '
\ School 9:45 a.m.
MondayYouth<< Choir Practice Sunday : ; "For'I am the lord ;. .V. I
7 p.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.-ttj.; Eve- I
STARKE FLORIDA TuesdayPrayer Group 9:30: kiing Worship 7:30: pjto.; Midweek I change not" e I
Bible Study Wedjfesday.I I
a.m.Wednesday Attend church and learn 'I'
Junior Choir 7:30 pjn. i
TIME 7:30: P.M. OCT. 5-11 Practice 5:45; RA GA, Sunbeams Be In church Sunday. more of Cod'swonderful t
6:30: ; Prayer Meeting Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor I
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice I and ;a" "" I f

8:30.Denton never changing love. r I

Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday t
School 9:30; Morning Worship, I. I
HEAR I4k'i i Orlando May we take this method of 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service I

thanking our neighbors and 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper.Williams ......::::::::::im!!!!' the (huiih it Cod oppomltd, agency in.this world lee ipnoding. the knowledge d l Hit lout 0 I Ii I.
friends for their kind expressions pastor. I ....::::::; !:::"!mmmmmmmmm:! i 'lor mon and ol Hn demand,lot mon la respond lo'that"love by loving hit neighbor.Without,' ..
of sympathy In our recent A i yiy! \\N T1Ii&UHHiiW;i.. r( thit grounding, in the love of, God no government or lonety" or way of Ida will lengpertevero
bereavement. These SMYRNA MISSIONARY f .i! ::1mF! and the frpedomt which we hold to dear will inevitably,' peruh Thertfort. even i
iiriiFloridaREV. thoughtful acts have been a 633 W.BAPTIST Pratt St.CHURCH Sunday ., 'j W! 'Iron a south point' of view, one should support the (hurth (for .the 10.. of, the mlloie
great source of comfort In our ser- : .
sorrow and will always remaina vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. I !' : : of, himself' and hit 'family Beyond 'that, however every person should uphold and pal"
cherished memory.The Preaching. 11 a.m. Training 'L J;?, Impale, in the Church becouit it ,tells the truth oboul moos lilt, death and d"n,. the I
Lorenzo Green family. Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- i .il:. truth which olont will set him ,free. to live 01 a child ol Cod
ship. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. a. .

PAT MCCALL CARD OF THANKSWe CHURCH-Elder NEWS A.G. Flynn pastor I I......................................,.....:...................... c.'....Ad_ S.. I

are sincerely grateful to !!,_ :.:. =::; ,
Church .- __: _
friends and neighbors for their Ebenezer Baptist ----- --- --- ------------
1 Great Bible Preaching many acts of Idndnessandsym- Rev. Leroy Davis Pastor. Sun- J:. ._-- ,
pathy during the loss of our day School 9:45.: Morning service WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
, beloved son, Henry Aaron. Our 1045. Evening Service at BRADFORD
Will This Be Our Last Revival appreciation cannot be adequately -. 7 with the Junior Choir servingfor
the day. JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
expressed. -- D.L. ,
John Strickland, B. D. Pastor Aaron father; Zerline Aaron, NEW HOPE BAPTIST ABSTRACT CO.
CHURCH Rev. L.W. Mosely
mother. A Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
pastor. revival meeting Is Better Service For Your
I---------------------------- being held at New Hope Baptist Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand
Church which began Mon Title Problems
I II day night and will run to Fri- BULOVA WATCHES Sporting Goods
day night, with Rev. L.A. Searsin Abstracts
charge. The public Is Invitedto 142 W. Call St. Starke
I SECURITYFOR I II attend. Sunday services will Title Insurance "Check With Us First"

begin with Sunday School at 10 Phone 964-7064
1i a.m. Morning service at 11. 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270

Afternoon service, 4 p.m. STARKE "66"


Rev. Jasper Williams pastor TELEGRAPH
II Monday night Choir No. 1 re- Bill Edwards l>h. 964-7231
hearsal. Tuesday night Choir
II No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 3 Tire Truing Oti OFFICE SUFPUESTYPEWRITER
II will meet. Wednesday night NE :4'> >
Headlight Adjusting :
Prayer meeting Thursday night

II the Ladies Circle will meet. Brake Service .. ?. ADDING MACHINE:: .
-- .
Friday night Prayer Band
II .-. -. .
meeting. Saturday night din- Wheel Balance and -
II ners will be sold from the rwrrocormu: trear IkeJM
church kitchen. Sunday School Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 .. MM. Take DM radtrr ..tWILL
II will begin services for Sunday al PM.T ....-
at 9:30: Morning service at 11 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
which Is regular Pastoral Day. 11OaLPATaae.
1'1 I League at 4 p.m. All Minor Repairs 24-HR. WKECKER SERVICE
The ... fcmrctorc*
men of the church will
I II I begin selling dinners Sunday at 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100 l-

III I 6p.rn.12 to 3 p.m. Evening service *10 S. Temple Starke
AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins TELEGRAPH
1 Pastor. Sunday School 10
II Your deed, your jewelry your will and your 1 I a.m. Lovefeast service at 11 OFFICE SUPPLIES
other valuables are vault-safe yetI Communion will be given In EDWARDSGrocery
quickly-available in a Safe Deposit Box. 1 the 6 p.m. service. TYPEWRITERS
We have boxes available right now for a small 1 There will be a County; Wel- ADDING and Market ONTROLS
I deductible rental fee. come program for the teach- MACHINES
1 ers on Sunday Oct. II, at 5 Groceries Meats Feed Oahru fE
I pjn., The speaker for the occasion -
1 will be Supt. Tom PHOTOCOPIER: : from IMJ4U GAS AND OIL
Casey. The public Is Invited to IUS. Tike the drudstry out
I FLORIDABANK 1 attend. of paper work.tNAL .- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

STARKE .TOBMS.FAYKOU. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964.5745 for FREE

Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning / *.NYLLOr PHONE 964.5312 Inspections
AT STARKE and Estimate,
I Worship 11; Junior and Senior
1 .
; MYF groups 6 P.m.
Insurance Corp. 1 WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
I Member<< Federal Deposit 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Inc.

I One of 30 Ranks of the Florida National Group 1 1 7 75.:%); Chancel Choir Rehearsal. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Jive, Better

*"-trlcaUy'-Key.ltone Heights-Phone 4734911Funeral .
-----------t.tit.wgat.tt.fgt ----------rDeWitt T. Farabee Jr. .





-- Fall Bus


Let's all enjoy a

-Keystone Hilites/ Indians Come From BehindTo of ges tour Mr.who through and have the Mrs.Just eyes

from a Grand
By JIM FOX Eastern States and all

Phone ; .. 14S Defeat D and B 22-12 FridayBy eastern ting in the Canada. With

I Coach left Nashville,

travelers enjoyed
Mike Chilly really battled to win this game haze and flowers and
and Mrs. Quincey Card- Attending the Federated Woman's
Ir. Including those on the sideline vest fields of the
suffered minor injuries! Club Convention inClearwater
The fighting Keystone Indians who were screaming encouragement Mountains, which
hit were Mrs. A.E.
their car a cow corn
n out of the Murrhee Hunt- Bachmann Miss Iva Hlllyer. put It all together In the sec- Quarterback Bobby ies have been an
ond half, to come from behind, Hurner shined as he came off painter and writers.
Lodge. Mrs. Paley Boyd. and Mrs. the bench in the second half
Florida School New
defeating for ing England,
Oliver Jr. (Butch) John Strawn of Melrose.
harles 1 Deaf & Blind 22-12 last Fri- racking up 125 yards passing. a notice change
at the eystone; Air- Mr.
Kjed Raymond
day. The Indians were at the Bayless was extremely proudof and cusUxns, all
rt t on Tuesday from Havre Starnes attended the funeral of wrong end of a 12-2 Scoreat his team for racking up an travelers for the
Md. He was accomed her cousin in Plant City
Grace on
85 yard touchdown drive which
half-time, but came up with countrySide The
by his mother, Mrs. Saturday.
what Head Coach was their longest sustained is
Roy Bayless most people
Oliver, Sr. They vis-
arlie termed a tremendous drive under his direction. mouth and t'te rock
comeback -
it with friends in Keystonea Mrs. Quincy Gardner is In The Indians first score came the Pilgrims stepped :
few days.,.While herey Alachua General Hospital
when Steve Thrift tackled
Ron Strickland sparked the Andy ing America's shores.On I
were entertained at a undergo major surgery. While LaMing in D&B's end-zone in '
Indians .
by scoring two touch- reaching
cheon and by for Mrs.dinner Raymond by Mr. Mrs.she is Bill confined Llneback, her willtobe downs; one from the 6, and the first quarter for 2 points.D&.B's deck, Nova Scotia,
roes from the 4 (both In scores came In the Graham Bell
one the a
1 Mrs. S.E. McKay. The Oli- here Lineback to help care for her. Mrs. fourth period), and having intercepted second quarter when Mike Ra- birth, a Citizen of
rs' are former residents of now lives in Kings- cheal ran in from the 3 then
Term. a pass before the was also a long
j stone. other score in the third per- when Paul Montgomery caughta of Canada, and there I
iod. Coach Bayless Strick 24 yard pass from Quarter-
says beauty of Cape
.. __ ____ _
;:'v:::i.u'i.:: :"" ._ X<< .h land played his best game ever, back Andy Lanning. built his second
both offensively and defensively. Keystone scored once in the Bhreagh," where he

News Notes Strickland was backed up third, on a 5 yard carry by famous laboratory
; I' by Mike Grace who played a Rick Parades Just three plays shops. It was '

good game on both squads, Alvin after Strickland Intercepted a that all touring folk
: By Helen Egan Couey who was good offensively pass on his 34. Ron Strickland wonder at his

and Steve Byrd who tallied 14 points in the fourth While on Prince

Pt'TY GRANDMASTER did a fine Job of offensive block- running In for two TD's, then land, a special
: Circles, as each member con- adding the extra points kick- the
Joyed, as
ITS LODGE tributes Ing.Bayless )
to the Sunshine
Fund. Ing.
said the entire team sightseeing was a
Wilber W. Masters, Jr.
Special events are listed, such
sits the Melrose Lodge FS AM as the Bazaar er bus, direct
naming all the

slon Keystone of the Heights Family on Dinner the oc-of booths.committee There chairman, and by Mr. and Mrs. Oliru Then, your church. SIGN UP: England trip was, In by 1964.ship to ]

[embers of the Lodge and the are blank pages President Joe Kerrigan hav- Newfoundland. This is
for members to add
any Information ing dispensed with secretaryand FELLOWSHIP CLUB that lives by the sea.
Star Chapter, as
astern of Worshipful that occurs In their tresurer's reports, In his The regular luncheon meet- Halifax, the
rogramming Circle or for the general organization of the Club will be heldon
always good fun become the Ing Scotia, is world
aster A.P. Mailman.Cooperang -
The benediction Is story teller of wit and humor, October 10 at 12:30: p.m.In prominence and
with the Lodge membersill
a quote from Richard of Chi- the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Fern
and brought many a smile and itors enjoyed the
be the officers and memrs -
chester. Any member not having chuckle from the members. Hanson, president is arrang- toric Park, and "The
under Wor-
of the Chapter
this Year Book, may call Pre- in which *the
ing a
Granvllle Wright of Lake Geneva program museum. Leaving
Matron Jo. Reed. The
y supr sident Mrs. Wyman or church membership can take part. The
will be held at Masonicall was a special guest, as spending the night
October 2 at 6:30 secretary. was Mrs. Thelma Dixon of the nominating committee will present on Bay of Fundy, on
on : p.m.
Expressions of appreciationare the slate of officers for
Neighborhood Center. Mr. Ing the United
beef dinner will be
he roast heartily extended to Mrs.
1970-1971. Mrs. William Beamis
Wright had undergone eye sur- reached
upplemented and with dessert vegetable Wyman and her committee on gery for his blindness and Is chairman. Hampshire, and on
isseroles -
preyed this
by Eastern Star mem- very helpful handbook. now enjoying sight. However, Cod and Province
Mrs. Wright needs similar care PERSONALS tip of the Cape.
[ Following the dinner, Mr. GENERAL
ors. MEETINGThe Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridgesof
and Mrs. Dixon conferred privately er recalls many
lasters will give a message October General MeetIng Lake Geneva have Just returned -
with Mr. Wright on a days there, from
id show a film entitled "Sum- of the Church
Women will Grand
program that through her a- from an extended ming, lucious lobster
er of Decision. be held October 5 at 1:30 Scotia and
: p.m.n gency may make possible assistance Bus Tour to Nova and a rare treat on
This family dinner opens theII the Educational (Sunday for Mrs. Wright.In Newfoundland, which is reported the night In and on
season of the Masonic Lodgead School) building. Mrs. Walter the "White House" pre- in a separate column. They trawler In the Bay.

the Chapter meeting, withhe Grolick, program chairman, forums of the Starke meetingon left Lake Geneva going on to The tour, on
OES meeting on Octoberat will Introduce Mrs. Wm. L. Sept 8, Mrs. Dixon was their daughter's in Birmingham vlncetown, had a
8 p.m. WorthyIatron: Sawyer as guest speaker. Mrs. on the panel. Information beIng Ala. There Mrs. Hill Hyannis, and ,
residing at the business meet- Sawyer is the former Presi- Brannon and her daughter,
passed on from this forum the states to New
ig./ Hostesses for the socialour dent of the Women of the on matters pertaining to Leigh, Joined Mrs. Bridges and ware, and early
will be !Mrs.
: First Presbyterian Church and Social Security and Medicare, they enjoyed the Grand Ole Dutch, Swedes and
liriam Poole Mrs. Paddy Glide
will speak on "Birds of the seniors desiring more infor- Opera In Nashville, Tenn. der William Perm
Mrs. Lucy I In ley, :Mrs.
Bible". Mrs. Sawyer and Mrs. mation may contact Mrs. Dixon Mrs. Ethel Weyman and Ar- this area. In r'R
ols( :
Lingo and Mrs. Gerald-
Roy Bridges are Intimate in Starke phone 964-5689: or, thur Coombs of Keystone Lake the sightseeing
ie friends In church work. Marion H. Campbell, Field Consultant have Just returned from a few ernment buildings,
The Lodge its first
opens Pastor Stuart McCord of Bureau of Aging, Jack- weeks visit with Mr. Coombs'daughter ing via the Blue
ill meeting on October 13 at
Community Church has a new sonville. The Starke Public Library and family, Mrs. Bet- tains, this grand
with W.M..P.: Hall-
p.m program for the Youth of the has available Talking ty Cratzmiller of Pittsburgh, enjoyed by congenial
inn presiding. church. The Youth Fellowship Books for the Blind, which may Pa, While in their home city, ions, a truly fine
J group for ninth graders and be borrowed with the machineand many friends and relatives nothing to do but "
r O\I\ll '1TCIIUItCII: up meets each Sunday eveningat records.It dropped in for a visit.A look."

Sirs Barr Wjman, presi- 7 p.m. In the Youth Build- was birthday cake month, recent guest of Mr. and Thank you Mr.
,Icnt of the Church Women, and delicious cake was servedat Mrs. Earl Allshouse was Mrs. Bridges, for this
assisted by :Mrs. Gloria Red- ing.I'or William Lee of Clearwater.
the sixth, seventh and the social hour when the 'traveling' with you
corn. Church Secretary, and eighth graders under Pastor members having birthdays in They were former Keystoners, Country from
'Cu-inl other volunteers has :McCord's New Creation pro- August or September were fet when Mr. Lee owned and operated tality to the
uuscntcd i to the members of gram, meets each Sunday eve- ed. They were Joe Stein of the open air movie In Keystone changes In both
''v' i lunch '.\omen's Organl- Mr. Lee
ning from 6:30-8: p.m. !in the Keystone Heights, Everett passed awayIn people.
Ill lon, the firstear Book Sunday School Building. Prescott, Mrs. Emma Morton the spring, and Mrs. Lee
:20 bears ago. The fly Pastor McCord meets ever ness purposes, staying with the Chltly; of Starke
'cat contains "Our Prayer," }' Wednesday evening at 7:30: Announcements to were in regard Allshouses.The afternoon.Mr. .
preparing costumes for
,acne> for all members to use in p.m. In the Sunday School Build- Clarence Sipes returned
the Halloween
nand; all meetings, as it ing. Party at the Club last week from spending their and Mrs.
is a petition to Our Father meeting on October 27. The fun summer In their former home pard of Tampa, Mr.

for aid in knowing Him better BOARD TRUSTEES begines when folks dress up near Butler, Pa George Miller of
md to understand Ills Will for The Board of Trustees will and mask. The next Club meet- Mr. and Mrs. Roland Coutuof and Charlie and

9. meet Friday evening, Oct. 4, ing will be October 13 at I Hillcrest spent the summer ris of Houston, Texas

Then follows a complete directory with Roy Turknett, chairman P.m. with relatives and friends In weekend with Pete
of the Officers and presiding. their home city of Waltham, Barton. The
Committee Chairman with their WORKSHOP Please Join the Mass. and have recently re- Thursday morning

elephone numbers. The seven loyal workers at the Wednesday turned. for Houston, after
Ircles are listed In their order BRADFORD SENIOR CLUB morning working together eral weeks with

with their appointed Circle The second Club meeting of hands and heart of the Com- .. area. Pete and
officers, members with their the Bradford Senior Citizens munity Church Women. Mrs. the football game,
telephone numbers and their was held Sept. 22 in the Recreation John Bird Circle will be in Starke tie Bishop

birthday month and day. Birth- Hall, and enjoyed a charge on October 7. Someof INDIAN BEACHLake in a good battle.
a's are remembered in all colorful film on Canada, shown the loyal workers deservea Mrs. C.W. Johnson |
St. Joe, visited her
handshake of Thank You for
( Santa Fe)
Mrs. Caryl Barrows
their faithful
attendance. Start-
Michael H.
By: Chitty
ing with General Chairman, Kimbrough of r
t Phone 475-1612
Miss Marylin Bridges, there last week. Mr. and t I
are the leader chairman of rows took Mrs.

sewing, Mrs. Lillian Norwood Hello there, friends and ry, Friday, where

and her co-chairman, Mrs. neighbors, long-time no hear sently employed.
Charlotte Gregory, who are from. Yes friends It's goodto the State Park at .
4 SAYING'S ever pitching in to see that all be back wth you, bringingyou Leno on the way.
materials and ideas are workedon. up-to-date on local happenings Mr. and Mrs. C.F.
Every Circle Chairman has While my parents, of Atlanta, Ga.,
James and Cricket, and Granny and Mrs. ).W. .
seen that her Circle) was In Copeland took three weeks Saturday. Dolph
cnarge on scheduled: days nut, vacationing and visiting rela- Reddish and children

what we call sldellners, those tives In Alabama, I took a lit- day with the
who attend regularly, work both tle rest from the news. Although Sam, Dorothy and
at the Workshop and take articles !- I didn't go to Alabama, Henry Butler of
home for completion. To It would have been slightly unpractical Sammy and Betty

mention a few of these falth- to make long distance Miami, Charles,
gul members we will start with phone calls to each of you Paulette Strandberg
Mrs. Roslle Col gin, Mrs. Esther from Starke to get your news Lee and Greg

aL Kreuger, Mrs. Nell Gray- Items. Jacksonville, all
i son, Mrs. Ruth Greeson, Mrs. Day weekend with
Joanne Wyman, Mrs.John Bird, ther, Mrs. Jo.
Mrs. Ann Me Lean Mrs. Fran While my parents were a- Jo Strandberg, Mrs.

You Save! Turknett, Mrs. Sara Hallman, way, I spent my time visiting and Mrs. FIT Smith
You Win When and the Toy Maker of prominence Lonnie and Norma Mel- a Cemetery Working .

Mrs. Marguerite Hen- ton and son Otis of Hampton, Chapel last Friday.
schel. Mrs. Edith Smith and my grandparents, Hubert and returned. Paul, Lee

achieving the moat Mrs. Bea Smith are the capable Palma Chitty, and A.B. and Strandberg had come
The prize for the weekend. Sam
seamstresses, with their Katie Howard and daughter Ka- !
worthwhile goals la life is usually original ideas that make for thy Crawford and her daughter Charles Henry

won by the couple aware of the fact the variety that is so mucha Kim of Starke. Last week, Katie mond Beach were

that systematic savingmakes the part of a successful Bazaar. Kathy, Kim and I stayedat this past weekend to ;

difference between wishing and The aim is high this year for my home, and A.B. com- ..............
the Church Women and year- muted back and forth to work
HAVING! ly budget of $3,000. till my family got back Thurs-

day evening, when we had a
Welcome Home supper. Friday '
BANK SERVICES afternoon Merle
FULL RUMMAGE SALEIn Buddy and Ellis -
spite of the Workshop on came down to welcome us '
Checking Accounts: Btltnk By Mail Wednesday Oct. 7, It is Intake home and to see the new bird-

Drive. la Teller day at Walker's vacant dog puppy that we brought to
Safety Boxes
Deposit store In downtown Keystone for them. They were back on Sat-
Night Deposits Full Loan Service the annual Rummage Sale. All urday and had supper with us.

Circles are requested to send My aunt, Tennie Crenshaw, and
two members to serve as salesladies daughter Joan of Gainesville
the 8 9 10th. Please and Peggy of Theressa visit- .+
on ,
KEYSTONE STATE BANK call Mrs. Don (Thelma) Wallace ed Saturday night, and my bro- House of Representatives Barbecue Steaks Fresh Seafood .

!If you will serve and ther Wayne was home for the District 17 Buffet Lunch Daily .1.1CRepublican
the day and time at con- from Jacksonville
Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. venience. Thelma Is your a giant Sunday, Jean and Russ Pierce ( ) Dining Room Open 7 a.m.12 p.m.' ;. +

Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly in chairmanship of these sales, and son Jeremy of Gainesville

Community. so surely Join and become one spent the daywithus.Mygrandoarents. .... _I.. "OY. For Take-Out Orders Call Ole AI 473-9620
of her co-giants. Meet and serve Hubert and Palma




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that parents can be assessedfor
I II I New Law Makes their child's defense. =
Sponsors of the new law pre-
Parents Liable dicted that It would make pal

, For Parents Child's whose children Defense get for enta the assume take actions a more greater of their responsibility children.Interestand ; .

Into trouble with the law may Another new law, effective IA99IFIED ADS GET BElli[

feel tougher financial bite October 1 I. sets up a special
I, i under a new statute which became Insurance fund to pay claimsof

effective In Florida on persons who have policies ,

I October 1.Sponsors. with Insurance companies that
of the new law saidIts go bankrupt.
primary objective was to Other new laws provide: e M Jft e -

make parents feel more responsible --The treatment of minor _
for the behavior and children for communicable diseases .

actions of their children. Itallows without parental con- FOR RENT- Small furnished CUBB ECONOMIC AGENCY
a Judge to order par- CLASSIFIED AI) RATES = m IM=m FOR RENT4 bedroom on
" sent.Consumer i I. bcuse. 932 N. TempI Ave.' In Starke Is accepttnc: appUoatKms -
ents to pay for the defense ofa protection,pro- ; furnished 1h:*zee. 4 nfitas on
Minimum Charge ... .1.75 I JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Ph. 964-5193. LTP for the posttton of
youth who Is under 31, If, in hibiting certain unfair methodsof Halford. State: Road 16. Ph.
the Judge's opinion the parent competition and unfair or (Covers 15 words) SPORTS WAITRESS WANTED Apply ecretary In the Central Office 964-5153. lid1e
A of the CUBB Agency: at
afford It. *M> nHvn trade practices.
can Each word over 15-7o in person: Lcnghcrn Rest Starke Fla. Qualifications FOR RENT House '
Under the old law the Judge Legalizing MOORE BOAT FOR aurant. ftp OtsJIer.
could consider only the child's coholic SOc Extra Clia rile if not must Include typing., ;, 50 'wpm two bedroom real nice. Gclf-

.Ability to hire an attorney whenThought paid In a&vanceCLASSIFIED YOUR MONEY FOR SALE Feeders and shorthand, and general office f ta Loop. 9644243 or 964-5690.

Into court. This meant days.Authorizing .rea..or Stark Ph. 964-5791 pcrkirs, $25 each Edxards. experience. Salary $1.60 per ___._ yip
I, that a penniless child could Came Fresh : DISPLAY Road,Rt. 2,Box 227-A tarka.Phillip hour 40 hours per week plus FOR SALE
have the free services of a mission to obtain $1.50 Per Inch Complete Outboard & Alexander 3tp 10-13 fringe benefits. Deadline for 2 3 R.A.Q. Horse.
public defender (at taxpayers' rants to search Stern Dr've' Service and application i, Oct. 10, 1970. studs 1 gelding, Call Bill
expense) even If his parents ings when they Memorials -- Resolutions\! FOR SA'I.E-65: Chevrolet Inv Write to CUBB Economic Fonryth 964-8261. lip,

were: wealthy. for the unlawful Proclamations: : etc7c word Repair. Complete Fiber pala. 2 dr. One owner New Agency' Inc.,Box V70 Starts, FOR SA.L.E-t !bedroom hour

The new law says that a chase of wildlife CARDS OF THANKS !,glass Repair. Custom- tires $850. Phone 964-7733. Fla. 32091: or contact the Large :yard with chain link
S751 :
judge can set a maximum fish. 50 words or less .. .....3.00 built Fiberglass Fishing Itp Neighborhood' Service Cent fence Workshop. Phone 964-
- -- -- -- Boats In evrea. An Equal
-------- er your 8211 evenings or iweefcends Itp..
Each word over -7o FOR SALE 3 ''bedroom. Itt Opportunity Employer Itchg

Governor bath and 8 acres of land. 2 WANTED -Maid 5 to 5H day*

: City Fish & Meat : Florida Lions NEW LISTING miles South of Hampton on FOR SALE-Little Beaver upright e __t. Phone 9644183. Itchg
visit to LEGAL FORMS. Bradford 1 3 bedroom: dwelling, hardwood 325. Phone 468-1722 2tp 10-8 camp trailer, $850.- WANTED
Sept. County Telegraph. Ph. Gentle .
; pony or
fliers dry vail! andpl.neUf':1Ir. Ralph !Merrttt phone Lake
I Market a Now.program"He 64-6305.. : :, tile bath, Ea'4abefor :' TYPEWRITERS: Manual Butler 496-6887. Up 964-6182.hore for. 8 jrr. old girl. Ph.lip.

retired cottpla, or small _
Electric. sale rent.:
talk For or -
concern- FOR RENT-One 4-rom, cot family. Qu3t! section Pricedat REDUCE! safe .and fast with FOR SALE u Flbergtaes''
Llonism, its Bradford County Telegraph,
1 ((507 E. l.mOw I.EF. ST. I'M. 1 1I organ- itasre and one' 2-r om cMa.se.furnished : $9,000.00. A. J. Thomas ; BoBese Tablets and E-Vap boat with 35 lIP Johnson Gator
,: on Hlllcrest Lake. Realtor. Tel. 034-5701.: : water pills. Andrews' > Tilt Trailer
it works In .(J-; can after
1 1s
other civic Phone 473-3171. 10.13 (Pharmacy. 6tp 11-5 5:30: P. M. 397 N;,Cherry st,
HELP WANTED Woik from Starke. -.
WAITRESS 11 A.M. !to 7:00: home cr!' necessary.: Make MARY FOR RENT-2 !bedroom house jtp
s s Gov.
P.M. Luncheon Cook. 9:00: to< :>> FOR
a plaque to $500 b $IOCO nw: t> Christ. comfortably furrlahed. Car RENT Small unfum.lfhd ..
"Out- 2:00: PM. Monday thru Fri mas. For details.: ,\vilte or port. No children or ps'ts.' 570 cottage, nice kcnKon: ,

Starke day. Keystone 4734330. Itp call, Una. Dav.Tjs'ly: CelmHa CARTERPAINTS W.. Call St. Phone B645884.Itchg land for garden. No cWW-en.:

," from FOR SALE Two tmU'tandL' Mt2l, Lake City Fia. Phone: : no pets. Ideal for retired! cou

Ing Fax and Deer Hcjncs.: !! 7522650. ;Lp 10-8 ple. Phone 11645801.'L Sip

1 1 meeting with Contact: Stab Traoper; H. F. n_ ._
FOR RENT t> coupe! two
FRESH.BOSTON BUTTS wen Palatka Wiggins, 864-8592;) after 5 PMWeolcfjya. bcdroam furnlshsd ccttags.Good .

ORS ULDER lb. Gibson,past, presi presi 2tp 10-1 location la: Starke: also BRADFORDSEPTIC
FOR SALEAckerman
Casey, Lion DANCING CLASSES Starting unfurnlrhei! : 3 bedroom; : house TANK

SJ.lCE6. week ef Sept 7. Let's register In ccantry.: W. H. Nollman. WALL PAPER

1 and mem- now! Classes !for all _tfchg COMPANYREPAIRING Farm
Butt lb. .f.Nff"h
1 Boston of director ages. Ballet Tap, Aoro, Modern Unpainted Furniture
____ Gov. Holloway SERVICE STATION For 2 Miles North On West
Jazz. 314 yrs. 'and up.
Doinggood gtrflonaze.
1 Sunnylrtml. Tenderized Half or 1 charities to discuss etc. Phone alter 4 pjn. 964-7098. Good Ic cat Ion. Write in own Wood Graining Kit DRAIN CLEAN-OUT Side of Highway 301.
lb. tfchg hl1r.tIII'1'tlnr' giving references -
1 HAM 1
K-80 Paint Remover Charles M. Schmitt
FOR SALE- Coastal Bermuda a nd quantisations:: to J.
1 !SUNNYLAND sliced or whole lb. 1 hay. 8 miles West of L.Telegraph, care of, Drawer Bm&crd. A. County Starke. Houses Washed Phone 964-6647 Phone 964-6200
SMi'ka: on H > 100. Mark
1 1 Court or rier. way Stark, Fhu. UC'q
Pic.lb.. 0 .... Circuit !. Moody. 436-4265. Itp 2thg 10-1 Lawn Mowers For Rent
... County
FOR RENT: TV sets, baby
1 FREsft tmotT1I\o 1 Lyle. Plain. Call 49S-3601.:: Lake Butler. beds elec. guitars, amplifier.

Hamburger Meat lb. Everett Lyle. Mrs. S',!venson. Itchsr refrigerators: day or week. DAHMER'S STREET
1 1 984-7923. tf-chg
or 3 Ibs. for $1.59 : OP Everett SUIT Lyl. HOUSE PAINTING Inter- '\l .',-.;\ SEARSHas GLOVERELECTRIC
1 1 address I.; lor-Exterlor. Kool seal: mobile WATSON'S

b Notified I homes.: Hourly or contract. COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot !
1 Fresh Pig Feet ... Neck Bone 1 ,divorce nil- First class workmanship.: House of Vacuums Sage parents wanted.: Rome Ever/thing
1 4 lb < 1 ..., and court aup- Contact Lonnte Roberts, Ral- Married couples, and urom&n. Complete Repair
Hog Maw .. filed nirnlnst ford. Fla. Mon.; Thur.. Fi1." Many brands of new vacuums Salary starts $347 :per month STARKEPhone ServiceWIRING.HEATiNG
1 your required written to 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4311126. 33900 up. Used machines from per person. 5 day week, 8 hour
White or Smoked Half or tu It on A. Z. Nights and 'weekends. 4311763 S10 Expert Repairs ,aU makes. day. Promotional opportunities 964-6848

1 BACON lb. 49c SLICED lb. .rt for O. Plain Strip-! 4tp 10.13 Parts and Accessories for all State Retirement, sick leave AIR CONDITIONING
I ;; : :: Is 111 SW. vacuums. Built in Central vacuum /vacation, etc Please apply Inpel'son 24 HOURS
". Flor SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic cleaning systems. 712 N.
ltOAST only .Personnel Office.
1 CHUG OR 1 original above styled with Letters, all sizes, colors. Permanent MMn.: Olffgyllle 37B-7110 Eunland Center GatncavX.: 964-8835

CHUCK STEAKlb.. October 30. for use on wood, glass, !Fla. An equal opportunity em-
a judcment
1 against paper metal leather
ployer. tfchg NEW AND USED
1 RIB STEAK lb. ... In the ANYTHING I -Bradford County .- Bradford County Tele
1 1I : \ and the Telegraph. tf. graph. PLUMBINGRITCH
Shoulder Round Steak lb. 1 1Smnlll'nelnacified
(; : Southern Marine Smith Plumbingand Tetanus Toxoid
I as Clerk ef Sleepingsickness MACHINE
Moved To GainesvilleNew
At. Moody As Distemper Hepatitis LeptComblotta
1 EGGS dozen 1 1e : 0.24L 10.11 NameGainesville Supply Plumbing Co. SALES 3ERVICEPfAFP
------------ ANDREWS DRUGS
Raiford Road PHONE
._ _.. _._ ......... 984.7653 I $49.50
...-.-.-.-.. ------------------ ... I.YNN HAMILTON MOR.'
W vw w w w ww ww ww ww ww --------- Phone 964-6023 P. O. BOX 943 up
Junnson Motors Cobra Boat: FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom PASTS a REPAIRS AU
FLA, omen MAlt4-MAeteres
Marine' trailer outside city
1030 E. Contracting and Repairs limits J. B. White 964-6114. 4T. NATIONAL
Wouldn't you GainesvilleIF University Ave. Plumbing Fixtures tfchg ..

Water Heaters 4111k.U1NV.AVg.
FOR SALE New brick! 3
WE DON'T Water PumpsINSURANCE 371-1355
oedroom 2 baths, living room,
switch? we'll get It for you. Office lining room, family room. PUMPSNEW

rather ment.Supplies.-. Furniture Bradford: County Equip. FHA or Conventional Financing .

Contact Buford Mjtchell
Phone 964-6760. P.O. Box 238.
i t WANTED LISTINGS Stat Ice. tfchgPAY'S
w On Homes and Acreage Buyers INSURANCE AGENCY PARTS- and Keystone
;rr'f. FABRICS Going out
f. Waiting strout Realty. Reg. tchff of business.! All prices cut. SERVICE Heights area Customers
4/I Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave.
f* Everything must go. Bank: Deep and Shallow Wells Mattress
Ph. 864-6609 Hastings
Starke Fl
5 ',
'.H''aol'i':' riI For all your Real Estate BAIRD Uwy. 301, Itt ml. north of FiltersPlumbing and Upholstery

< Waldo. ttchgRESIDENTIAL !
',Hej' Needs Buy Sell Exchange Mobile Home Supplies
to'< pert Advice on All Real NEW and USED on Pratt Street for Sals. SuitAble EXPERT SERVICE ON

Estate Problems Call 8-10-12' Wide for VA or FHA fins n'ng.! ALL MAKES Is Again
BILL POWELL Gainesville A. J. Thomas: RealLcr. Tel. 647061DURRANCE Open
Reg. Real Estate Broker Good 964.570i. PHONE
Phone 964-6464 FURNITURE

Starke Plata Slarke Reasonably Priced It's Inexpenc've; to clean: ru;, Repaired Refinished
tfchgVolkswagen Gainesville 378-278! and upholatt'ywith! BLUE PUMP-& SUPPLY CO. Re.upholstered

; Serviced. Guaranteed and LUSTRE. Rent E!etrle:: :ham-

Delivered In Slarke Area pocer 91. Starke Hardware. NEW MATTRESSES
108 E. Call St. 6tohg 10-29

US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th AND Call Collect 328.2144

I4e. Gainesville s7a- 7as BARRETT BULLDOZER WORK

:. Water Condition. LEWISWELDING

fills.graph.- Bradford County Tele- ing and Pump Co. SHOP

Mew .ACARL 17'"1tlahe POSTED SIGNS Treated 130 Court Street I Whispering Pines Mo-
: to'
I tel US 301 S. Phone
e. 8erit.eW' withstand weather20e each, Phone 964.5832PLUMBING -

I .... Ieesss III.i.. >... $2.25 doz. Special price on larger PH. 284.3593 9648252.
quantities.! Bradford County PENNY FARMS
Telegraph tf Uchf
Water Conditionersand CUSTOM BUILT.
WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash- Pumps GAS AND ELECTRIC

er. Will pay cash or ,take In WELL DRILLING WELDING BRAZING

trade on anything. DAHMER'S.: !: Sales and Rentals SffEFT MRTAT,
BEGGS M4-7923._ tf-chg A TO ZConstruction

Gulf ServiceUSED WILL BUY: Used Appliances Repair Department Co.

PARTS !'nniture, TV',. Stereos, anything 24 Hour Service "- A RABBIT OUr
of Talue. For AH Your
DAHMER'S. Rrauddi
9 .tm Top Prices for Wrecked Cars !.* N.edi. of Catena 0 1V11U1T ADS
21 Hour Wrecker Service AMANA 7-fcot chest freezer ".118 8 track tapes for sale .
Why wait for the hot water? With a carefree that carry a S-year, warranty for $5.98 or $3.50 'with a tradeIn CoatraetiBff.

,hot ti\t. Fuel Oil for labor and parts' : far only at DAHMER'S: Discount CONTACT
electric water heater)you have plenty) water
14993 at House.
Used CarsBwy. DAHMER'S.: tfhg tfchg
And with no flame,)you need no flue or vent. W. L. FOWLERAT
341 N. Waldo 6 Cubic Foot walnut grain Del- 4 and 8 Track Stereo Tape
This means you can place one next to your bathroom... W4-7605 or 964-5289
493-1998 mo-ilco! Freezer like new Players. for cars far sale only
kitchen..wherever)you need, hot water. All this for just Holds 210 IDs. Nearly: half price 84995 at DAHMER'S: Discount j FREE ESTIMATES

pennies a flay See your appliance dealer or plumbing) I at DAHMER'S Discount House. House. tfchg

contractor t for a :super-fast $1I r..1fe electric water oiled SEWING and MACHINE Cleaned, tfchg: FOR SALE 90 acres near
adjusted In
heater.. There's no match for flameless electric... $5.00. Vacuum cleaner 7OU1'I1ome. WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn Bayleo Highway. Reasonably
Crosby Lake II Crcsby Lake priced. !Must eU. Oeoe Shsnr. MJPUl
ST11C& .
repairs V1Dn Plastic
"" All work guaranteed.
Inlet. Ideal For Mobile! Homes Phono 964-8200. atchg 10-1 LNers. .
Dennis E, Cogglna PhOne sizes. colors. Pe'aawt
1=1=I1l 31-1423. tfeh1 Round Summer Cottage Or Year LOST-Walker: hound female; for use 011 wood

.10O.-..t.....COMAMV Living in eampson area. Color brown $..a.. peper metal
EZCRASE TYPE WEIT1.B All Lats: Ready To oo..cleaI'ed. ..AMTTHSfOl/1.araGonI'l'eIepqIa.
hind white. REWARD. Phone ,
Graded .
PAPER, Mlmeo Paper. Bond Leveled. .
94-7423 984-7(04. lip 10-1
Priced From
Paper Notebook Fillers. $995.00. Financing
Bradford County Telegraplk Available Call 94-7701.


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