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 10, 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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System ID: UF00027795:00474
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For the fifth straight

CITIZENS READYTO year Container Corp. of
To Act America has entered suit
against Bradford Countyin
GIVE UP TOWN? protest of its timber-

land tax assessments.

On S.Fe Lake Some residents of the Town of Hampton apparentlyare
.d dissatisfied with the city government and are Latest suit, prepared by Attorney
th talking about disbanding the town. Edward McCarthy of the
Hampton Councilman Don 11111 asked the County Com- firm of Bryant, Freeman
mission Monday if the county would provide the ser- Reichardson, and Watson of
vices of the Hampton city government If Hampton should Jacksonville, was filed In the
Property LinePersNtonce dissolve Its charter. office of the clerk of the Cir-

a "What are you talking about?" one commissionerasked. cuit Court here Tuesday morn-
h 4t 7F Aeh r M "What services does the city provide?" asked ing.

another Protesting county assess-
: pp.Irt( off for, OH ("CH'IIII'/' /' I ion when 1'ivs- Hill explained he meant things like trash pick up ments of $2,968,180 on Con-
if''!'.'iit! ff. L. ()\vi'! ',ey :Alondpy\ o-iuimod. t the County and paying for street lighting. The county; doesn't tainer's 36,206 acres of timberlands -
Commission: to take :nct'ion: to <-.hh""h: ti bomukiry provide such services anywhere else why should it in Bradford County
in Hampton, Commissioner Ralph Bryan asked?
the suit claims the assessment
line between the wi-toi iinj the upland "
if? Hill
"You mean you've !heard; nothing about should total $1,637,225. Assessor -
Santa Fo! Lake. asked. Not a word the commissioners said showing Gene Longs average value -
little enthusiasm for taking), on such responsibilities. for Container landsis
Ott Corp. has been halted for County Judge Theron Yawn Commissioners Hamilton. lir>an, and Norman attempt to decipher Then, said 11111, perhaps It isn't as big a movementas $81.98 per acre compared to the$44.91
18 months from working on its warned the Commission any he thought. He noted that in Hampton's recent
Seminole Ridge development by decision It reaches is subjectto !secondary road! !>ipt'ndin"t'tcmls! / as" DOT Comptroller, J. Wilde Noda election there was -no shortage of candidates. per should acre be. Container claims it
officers of the state's Internal review by the Internal Improvement explains them.
Improvement Board which con- Commission and

tends the filling operations are that body has gotten awfully ., Suits filed in 1965-66-67 by
disturbing the lake's ecology, particular about such matters :." Container protesting Bradford
or balance of nature. lately, he added. ''; property assessments were
taken all the way to the Florida
The commission has hesita- It Is obvious the county com- Supreme Court by the timber
ted to take action on the con- mission is being asked to establish .."'. firm in appeals of a ruling by
troversy since the HB has final a boundary line where Circuit Judge John A.H. Mur-
say on where the line shall they (the DB) don't want one, phree but the ruling in favor
go. Ownbey has insisted the Yawn said. It has been his Road SpendingTo of the county was upheld.
county's opinion about where advice, and still is, Yawn said,
the line should be placed will to forward the application to
carry weight with the IIB (the the IIB. Container has at present before -
state cabinet). Judge Murphee suits pro-
"They're the ones who'rego- testing 1968 and 1969 taxes.
So Monday the commission Ing to make the decision. Quite Be ExplainedDepartment County Attorney Theron Yawn
authorized Ownbey to employ frankly, I think everyone here has asked Judge Murphree for
Surveyor Merrill McMillan at is spinning their wheels." .. summary judgements in both
no cost to the county, to determine But Commissioner Ralph of Transportation In 1967 Bradford County floa- bond issue was not listed in i been those suits, but no decision has
where boundary line Bryan asked what the county officials from Tallahasseepro- ted a $500,000 bond issue for the letter under outstandingbond made.
should go. McMillan says he had to lose In establishing a mised Bradford County Com- five years, primarily for SR- Indebtedness as of March
will attempt to do so by tak- line if Ott pays for all ex- missioners an accounting of 235, northwest of Brooker to 31, 1970, which further confusesthe Meanwhile In excess of $50-
ing elevations of a "normal" penses."What's. road revenue bonds and gaso- the Hydrocarbons plant. Re- financial picture. 000 in real estate taxes the
water mark on an undisturbed lost? A little time?" line tax funds in a meeting maining funds from this bond The 1960 bond Issue was at county claims Container owes
portion of the lake then find- Bryan asked. here Monday afternoon. Issue were scheduled to pay the time of widening of US- is being held up.
ing the same elevation in the "That's right" Yawn ans right-of-way costs for the SR. 301, (or SR 200)) both north and The current suit filed Tues-
Seminole Ridge development.Such 16 improvement project. This south of Starke, although the ,
wered."I _" FC: day names as defendants Assessor -
Questions about where original four-lane north was
Gene Long, Tax Col-
a. decision could affect think we owe these taxpayers money Is spent in Bradford earlier On the right-of-way .
every property owner on the that time," Bryan said County how much has been 1970 Rainfall list after Jan 1, 1959 only a Counrllmen. Hilly 'Nucftct./ t Nell 'TtfcRWtfnd! :( "Orle lector J.R.KeIl director ,of and the the Florida executive ,

lake If it Is accepted by the pointing out the county might paid on a $1,700,000 bond Issue Above AverageBradford part of SR 200 north K/W costs Wiggins :are. morn in for a two-year/ term Tuesday Department of Revenue, .1 1, I
IB. Ownbey has asked several start the ball rolling even if date October 1, 1960 why are shown. night's/ oij'iHii/ational session.Tucker!< Ed Straughn.Container I
times previously for a decision the DB doesn't accept the coun me county Should pay nearly County has received And when Florida Power and
but got no action from the ty's decision. $90,000 in a suit against DOT 61.41 Inches of rain since Jan- Light won a suit against the says its pine lands I
commission.The "Whatever the board wantsto by Florida Power and Light uary 1 I. well above the 50-year state for having to move elec- Heads should be valued at $62.40 per
do," Yawn said, "In my were aimed at J. Wade Noda, average of 55.78 for the samo tric lines twice in the SR200 acre and swamp and wastelandat
commission's problemhas opinion, it's an exercise In DOT comptroller and L.J. Rel- period. south widening project DOT $5.45 per acre. Assessor
been that It realizes it futility; lly, DOT budget officer. August was the wettest monthof charged; the approximately$90- Long values timber lands at
lacks knowledge to place the "You've heard the judge," In spite of several months' the year so far with a total 000 to Bradford County's sec- $100 per acre and swamps and
line."I Bryan told Ownbey, "Do you correspondence trying to learn of 14.27 Inches. The 50 year ondary road account. Dis- City Council wastelands at $30.
don't know how the rest still want us. .?" the exact status of road funds average for August is 14.03. cussing this at Monday's meeting -
of the Board feels," Commissioner Yes, Ownbey replied, repeat- available to the county, the March was the second wettest County Attorney Theron ., The 1970 suit asks that the
Dave Shuford said, "But ing his reasons. commissioners are still in with 11.03 inches, compared to Yawn said In his opinion DOT Circuit Court determine the \
you're asking me to do some- The State of Florida didn't doubt about just where the mo- a 50 year average/ of 3.07. was in error in charging the FP City Councilman Neil Tuckerwas placed on the council table a legality, quality, correctness
thing I don't understand my- notify the county when they ney has gone, app" rently leav- April was the driest month & L suit to the county.; Noda sworn in for his third desk name plate with Tucker's and validity of the county's!:
self. I'd be glad to go out shut Ott down at Seminole ing the county In the hole for with 2.91 Inches, compared to suggested that the most ami- term Tuesday night and took name and the word "chairman": assessments and to determine
there and drive the stake if Ridge, Commissioner Buck any building new roads this a 50-jear average of 463. cable way might be to go to over as chairman for the 1970- under It. A news reporter drewa the amount of taxes legally .,
I knew where to put It," Norman pointed out. In view year. So far this year the Florida court, as DOT couldn't just 71 fiscal year laugh when he accused the owed by Container.It .
of the judge's advice, Norman Things were no clearer after Forest Service has reported 67 admit their error and refund The minute Tucker was council of a "rigged election."
Ownbey was repeatedly asked added, he'd suggest the board Monday's meeting, but the fires with 682 acres burned. the money. elected, Clerk Merrill Edwards Out-going Chairman Jimmy further asks that the Court
why he objects to making application leave Ownbey to apply to the Board was promised a detailed -. -- McKae was named vicechairman enjoin the county from collecting -
directly to the HB OB. accounting of all expenditures. for the coming year the portion of the taxes
to have the line extabllshed. But in the end, It was decided In 1960, $1.700,000 in three City Attorney George Pierce, assessed in excess of the taxes
The Ott Corp. president repeatedly that McMillan will establish bond Issues was floated at City Surveyor Merrill McMIl- admitted by Container to
said he feels the local a line, Ott Corp will three different interest rates. Hampton FightsTo lan, and the entire police force be owed. f
board is in a better position pay all expenses, and then the The balance as of March 31, were reappointed for another
to make a decision than county commission will con- 1970 was $2,006,099. Duringthe year. In addition, Bond Trustee Attorney McCarthy states in
the IIB in Tallahassee and that sider the findings. 10 years, according to a George Flynn Sr. was reap the suit for Container that"val
the local board's opinion will letter from DOT, $892,761 has pointed for another three year ues admitted by plaintiffs were
carry weight with the state been withheld from the county's term. arrived at by following the stan-
agency. second gas tax ((2 cents), and Keep Dump Chairman Tucker had com- dard measure of values and pro-
Tax Bills commissioners want to know mittee assignments already cedures set forth in the wood-
"You're local. They lean toward exactly where this went: intoa made and a list In each council- lands section of the tax as-
local opinion," Ownbey trust fund for future pay- man's drawer Tuesday night. sessor's guide promulgated by
said. "The cabinet will know Due Out ment of the bonds, paymentof Veteran Orie Wiggins has the defendant comptroller and
its a decision of a duly elect- interest on the bonds or Seeking a hearing before re- The judge had been presid- been named to head the important officially approved by the State
ed bodythat not all the peo- what. the Florida ing over a county court term Utility Committee. Planning and Budget Commis-
ple down here are bad." Division ofeHealth and the Air this week, however, and Tues- Councilman Jimmy McKae and sion" in 1967.Assessor .
Oct. 23Tax Also In the correspondence, and Water Pollution Control day had not had time to makea Plant Supt. George Graudons
DOT listed right-of-way costs Board, Hampton residents are determination. 'Continued!! on Page Four) Long stated Tues-
from January 1 I. 1959 to March attempting to keep their dump Hampton's dump was closed day that every court the coun-
bills totaling 1022066. 31, 1970 at $1,035,570 for Brad- open. Sept. 18 by Sanitarian JackTra- ty has been through In the
85 are scheduled to be mailed wick under orders Issued by timber suits has held the assessor -
ford County!: The list was bro- Five residents and Hampton
(JoVxmCWet. October 23 by J.R. Kelly, coun- ken down by Individual jobs City Attorney Richard Wilson the Florida Division of Health Demos NameS is under no responsi-
and Pollution Control Board.
ty tax collector. during the 10 years, but did bility to follow any particular
For the first time, this includes not give construction costs for appeared before the County Acting on a complaint by a guide. ,
both county; taxes and the various projects, which are Commission Monday to ask that former Hampton city council-
city: taxes for Lawtey Brooker, man R.J. Williams, who owns As in prior suits, Container i
paid through the state and allocated the county; maintain the dump Leader"I
Starke and Hampton amountingto by countand by pri until a decision Is reached at property near the present dump, charges that the "defendant I
$97,890. an investigator of the Pollution sessor for the year 1970 has
ority. a hearing.
Control Board the assessed the
Inspected parcels of land
to Don Hill,
Total county taxes are $924- which dump and found it did not meet in an arbitrary, Illegal, gross-
for the
176,84up from last year's Brakes Fail spokesman group Wil- Continued( Four, really didn't know If I session. Final voting on the ly excessive, unequal and dis-
Included Hampton Mayor on Page
$855,245. Total evaluation Is could win until I went down House leadership will take place crlmlnately manner"
nearly $68.5 million, with $48 On RR TracksA lard Thomas, the city; Is entitled there," says Rep. Gene Shaw at the House organizational ses-
million of this taxable value. to a hearing under state B&E Nets D-Starke, of his election as sion on Nov. 17. The challenged assessmentsare
RUMMAGE Last year the total value for law. They have written the two speaker pro tern of the Flo- Shaw's nomination as speakerpro grossly in excess of fair
the county was under $66 million state agencies requesting a $500 FromDevrick's tern was assured after most
bus load of children had to had rida House of Representativesat market value and are grossly
hearing but have no replyso
and $46 million plus in walk to school from downtown a Democratic caucus In Miami members of the big Dade and arbitrary and discriminatoryin
SALESat. taxable value. Tax Assessor Starke Wednesday morning far, 11111 said. Beach last weekend.It Duval County delegations threw that Assessor Long intention-
Gene Long says the $2.1 million when brakes failed on one of their support to him to give ally assessed Container's landsat
.. Oct. 10 Increase has been general The county; mosquito control Property valued in excess of was the first in close to balance to the House leader- a much greater percentageof
9 A.M. to 2 P.M. construction rather than one the county's; oldest school bus- unit maintains all the sanitary burn- $500 was stolen from Devrick 20 years that anyone can remember ship. just value as agriculturalland
land In the
fills ,
or two large building projects. ses at the railroad crossing onE ing the trash and covering; it. Inc., 41u E. Brownlee St. Tues- the House leadershippost Shaw says his only real small than other agricultural land
Half Moon Hotel Homestead exempt property Madison Street. That unit cannot work on the day night by thelves who entered being decided In open bal- county competition for the pro in Bradford County.In ; .
Building amounts to $12,235.300 and When the brakes failed to Hampton dump, which has been the building by twistingthe loting. Usually such mattersare tern post came from Rep. Ted
West Call St. wholly exempt another $7,743600. ,- hold, the bus rolled on across ordered closed by the two state lock from the front door.A decided beforehand in be- Randell, who comes from small particular Container char-
Non-exempt real estateis the track and the driver, Mrs. agencies, without placing Its complete list of stolen items hind-the-scenes political man- Glades County. ges Long assessed truck crop
Sponsored By valued at $34,735,770; tan- Jimmie Gnann, used presenceof $18,000 In state matching funds has not been inventoried but eauverlng. The Starke attorney figureshe lands at $100 per acre, field
Starke BPW Club gible personal $11,492,000; mind to nose the bus to a in Jeopardy both the commIs- it is believed that at least ten Rep. Shaw won In competitionwith was more Identified with crop land at $80 per acre
railroad and telegraph $2,140- stop against the rear end ofa sion and Sanitarian Jack Tra- high-priced tires were taken Rep. Ted Randell, Lake the small counties than Ran- improved pasture lands at $100
500 anddelinCllentnon-exempt. parked truck. There was no wick told the delegation. from the area near the front County, and Rep. John Clarkof dell. Shaw says he has been per acre, open range at $60
hbQ: County revenue children were unloaded and continued Hampton until a hearing Is held, containing four tape re- the first roll call to 23 Issues In the House and is $150 per acre while pine
es, at 4.914 mlllage, are billed their trip to school on the commission agreed to have corderes for use in automo- for Clark and 17 for Randell.On more identified with House and timber lands have been
t4tcjfjctnk to bring in $237,682; road and foot. biles, was also taken. Whole- at $100 The
its attorney, County Judge; the second ballot Shaw leadership.He assessed per acre.
c bridge at 1.044 mlllage. $50- Starke police said that main- Theron Yawn to Investigate sale value of the display was polled a 2-1 margin, 53 votesto just value per acre of such
498; fines and forfeitures, at tenance personnel from the about $300.Starke attributes his success to val-
land exceeds the just
,,-- Now Kwmd' I"p whether county equipment can 25 for Clark. crop
Ie*:0,000.by 1.780 millage, $86,099andpub- school bus barn arrived and be used to maintain the dumpor police believe that at Rep. Richard Pettigrew, a the Dade delegation whose 22 ue per acre of timberland sev-
F......'0.- lic health at.569 mlllage,$27521.47. ,- found the bus empty of brake whether equipment could be least two people were InvolvedIn Miami attorney was named members felt a small county eral times over, Container
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The KIngsley Lake VolunteerFire
Department Ladles Auxiliary -
will hold bake l81e Satur-
rt jay Oct. 10, at the Voting
't Precinct at KIngsley Lake
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;1 \ The Starke Elementary PTA
Ctoay Moot/: W4-7S09 'i1'i will meet Tuesday, Oct. 13 at
( 7:30 p.m.
Satiety Editor .. All parents are urged to at-
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Lubas Weds Duplicate Bridge Now Employed

Harvey W. PratherThe Winners NamedMrs. ?s
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Church First In Temple United City.Methodist Calif. Wrenshall. Mable were Oster the and winning G.G. Wqman's Club Entertains At Tea Standing In receiving; line at Woman's Club tea were (from left) : Country
Miss Robin Warren president Little Women's Club Mrs. Jim Lawson
provided the setting for a wedding couple at Duplicate Bridge ;
ceremony on Aug. 15 which Tuesday night. In Home! of President Mrs. SandersThe president Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. John Sanders, president Senior
united In marriage, Mary An- Mrs. Bama Boyd and Mrs. Woman's Club; and Mrs. Hazel Hitch social chairman senior club. In Beauty Shop
nuclata Lubas of Parma Italy Lucile Davie were second and Starke Woman's Club held Winkler, Ellen Bloodworth, center photo. Miss Anne Terwillegar and Mrs. J. E. Hardy are picturedat
and Staff Sgt. Harvey William Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. and a membership tea last Wednesday Betsy Matthews, Linda Haas tea table. At right a congenial group chats in garden room of the 120 S. Court St.
Prather of Temple City. Rev. Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton were from 3:30 to 5 o'clock: at Kitty Ilazen, Anne Terwillegar
James Thormann officiated at third. the home of the president,Mrs. Patricia Myers and Connie new Sanders home.-
the double ring ceremony wit The club meets every Tuesday John Sanders, In Country Club Chasteen.
nessed by some 50 guests at night at 7:30: p.m. in the Estates.In Birthday Dinner :
tending. Pratt Street Recreation Center the foyer was an arrange- Rita Marie Meng t--------t I
The bride is the daughter of and Is open to all bridge ment of pine cone lilies gold Miss RichardsonIs To wed Mr. Fancher For Mr. Clemons
Signora Luisa Fornari of Italy. players. driftwood, and red and

The Mr. and bridegroom Mrs. Jack is W.the Pratherof son of DATE CHANGED the garden arrangement room held grapes of an giant outstanding ComplimentdAt State Farm Mr. and Mrs. Francis W, tained Mrs. at Roy a covered demons dish enter-din- t i i e? i i tt t
Temple City and is grandson yellow chrysanthemums and Meng of Hampton Lake announce ner party Sunday In honor I I
of the late Mrs. A.F. Sauls the engagement of their daughter Mr. Clemons' 56th birthday.
and the late Mr. and Mrs; The regular meeting date of bowl.pompoms In an antique silver Mrs. Steve Richardson a recent Rita Marie, to Peter Den- Among the 60 attending,those t tA
W.C. Prather,former residents the Kingsley Lake Volunteer The tea table was covered bride was honored at a nis Fancher m, son of Mr. and from out-of-town were Mr. and t ." :
Auxiliary has Coca-Cola party Saturday .
Fire Department Ed Clemens and grandson. :
Mrs. Peter Dennis Fancher Jr. Mrs.
of Starke.
from Monday Oct. with an Imported nylon and ap- morning given by Mrs. J.R. : II
been changed of Starke. Jimmy, Mrs. Orvlllinae II : ,
pliqued cloth centered with a R.V. Tur- m. \ .
12, to Thursday Oct. 15. Reddish and Mrs. Miss Meng is a graduate of Norman Junior Parrish and "
Merritt Williams is visiting sliver fruit bowl holding Tropicana of the latterat
at the home
ner and Mrs. JW Upchurchof ? 11I ,
the 1968 class of Bradford High Mr. ,
her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs roses. Presiding at the the State Farm.Pyracanthea School. She graduated from Jacksonville; Mrs. Baths J -
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Tay- will attend the FSU-UF football silver coffee and tea serviceswere and fall dried 'Florida Technical College and Morgan her son, Travis his
and family in Jackson- Mrs. RA. Green Mrs.A. used In the Mat t
lor Jr.
arrangements were
In Tallahassee and
on of Ruskin Mr.
game Is attending Santa Fe Junior son Rusty ;
Russell Norman, and Mrs. f
ville for a week. Saturday. James Griffin party rooms. College. She is employed by Mrs. Gene Douglas Miami; We don't have a Money-Making
Guests at the
Greeting guests at the door door by Mrs.were J.R.greeted Chasteen Jr. the Florida Co. in Farm Gainesville.Mr. Bureau. Insurance Mr.Mrs. and Ruby Mrs.Waters Roy Clemons Palatka; chine, but these prices will help you A
Mrs. J,W, Kincaid. Stand-
was I
and presented to the receivingline
Springs ,
Ing In the receiving line were composed of the honoree Fancher also graduated of Worthington save them!
from Bradford High School In Mrs. Mabel Moody and Billy
Complete 1O.GalAquarium Mrs. Hazel RItch social chairman her mother Mrs. L.E. bugger ,1968 and Is attending Santa Fe Dukes of Lake Butler.
Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Jim
of Lake Butler and Mrs. II t tt
Junior College. He Is employedby t
Set Lawson president of the J.T. Richardson of the State WINTER VOLCK
Junior Woman's Club and Miss Farm. the Gainesville Police De- SERVICE SCHEDULE

$12.98 the Robbin Little Warren Women's, president Club. of covered The refreshment with a gold table and white was partment.The wedding. will be an eventof CATHOLIC. Churches) t Rye Grass See$1Z70 < OIL SPRAY II t tt
Hostesses were Mrs. W.B. lace cloth and centered with an November 13 at 7 p.m. in St.Edward's ST. EDIYARD S S&al'ke:
Mundy Mrs. Paul Canova Sr., arrangement of yellow mums Catholic Church. Pnndav
Mans. 10 am.
Neon Tetras -- 4 for $1.00 Mrs.DuPre J.E.Mrs.Hardy R.A. Green Mrs. Mrs.J.H. and Kay orange Tunner pyracanthea.presided at Miss the but No all Invitations friends of are the being couple sent are Thursday Man.. .:M p.m. t $1.49 II t tt
Invited to attend.
Guy Sale. Mrs. J.W. Klncaid. Coke bowl.Assisting. :Mleaculou Medal Noreaa:
CAT FISH -- 59c each Mrs. H.L. Speer Miss Norma in serving were Saturday, 7 p.m 100 Ibs. Quart
Canova and Mrs. J.G.McGrlff Mrs. James Barron, Mrs. t t tt
Pets are our Business! Not a Sideline Sr. Chasteen, and Mrs.Delfin LIm- Beta Sigma Phi ST. WILLIAM'S.: Keystone
Assisting In serving and car- heights
Ing for the guests were Mrs. camugo.The hostesses presented the Sets Ritual MondayBeta Sunday Ma<''J, 8:30: a.,.
Er :ERTERCOVITT C.G. Hill, Mrs. A.Y. CovUig- honoree with a piece of her Wetnesday Mass it Novena t CHLORDANE ANNUALS t tt
STARKE. PGT<1/( ton, Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr., chosen china pattern as a memento 7 p.m.
1" AfNOMNp.1NMNNN \ Mrs.E.L. Matthews. Mrs C.H. of the occasion. Sigma Phi sorority will DUST, 5* PLANT NOW: A
IT. OLD OLKTHOUarATMIJIIN Nasworthy Mrs. Olin White Seventy guests were Invitedto hold Its Ritual of Jewels ceremony ST. MARY'S M.--l.nnv: t
a NASHT COU.IIH; OWNIU' Mrs. John Myers Mrs. J.H. call between the hours 10 at 7:30 p.m. Monday Oct. Sunday :bias: 12 Noon 79c Reg.98c'
VaUnsky and Misses Denise and 11:30 a.m. 12, In the Garden Restaurant. Reg.


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Wllllston afternoon
in Saturday
PepIHI fCnnu I. '<'A.I': ,: while their parents Mr. and
r1. : Mrs. Marc Jackson and Mr. 1
l-t/i/ : and Mrs. Lowman Weaver at-
. tened the Florida-North Carolina -
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r I Mrs. W.F. Herlong had as
Mrs. Edward i
ALVAREZ REUNION Wainwright returned
f t Tuesday of last week visitors Mr. and Mrs. Mark
from the Alachua General Hos- Herlong of Jacksonville on Sat-
Friends and relatives of the urday and Mrs. Mark Adams
pital where she was confined
late Owen and Alvarezare
of Muskogee Okla., Miss Kath-
for six
days following
Invited to attend the Alvarez surgery. leen Bovea of Jacksonville and
family reunion Sunday Mrs. Hlrris Green Mrs.\ Carrie Herlong of Saluda
Long of
Oct. 11 at the Lake Butler Com- S.C on Sunday.
Cove Springs was weekend guestof
munlty; Center. basket din-
44" s1 i r t ner will be served at 1 p.m. Mrs. Martha Moore. E.p. Renner will undergo sur-

Mrs. R.P. Wright of Winter gery Friday in the Alachua
Garden and Miss Mary Argoof General Hospital.

Ocoee are Wednesday to Mrs. DeWitt Farabee and
Friday guests of Mrs Kate Mrs. Don Hardenbrook atten-

'- Sheppard. Mr. and Mrs. Crews To Be HonoredOn ded the WSCS and Guild district -
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy workshop at the First
/ spent the weekend In Atlanta Golden Wedding AnniversaryA Methodist Church In Gainesville -
y \ Mr. and Mrs. L.A. TaylorJr.of with their son-in-law and ._u_ Sunday" .nftArnnrtn--
/ Y Jacksonville announce the daughters Mr. and Mrs. Gene reception will be given In
rl Ivey Jr. and Miss Jayne Hardy. honor of Mr. and Mrs. PierceS.
+ birth of daughter,Emily Anne
Crews from 2 to 5 o'clock
born Oct. 2. Maternal grand-
4 Mrs. W.H. Hart In Ocala Sunday afternoon. Oct. 11, at
q \ parents are Mr. and Mrs.Mer- was
'''.'..''.... ritt Williams of Starke. over the weekend visiting her the First Christian Church In I Want To Thank.
t ...... \ x son-in-law and daughter Mr. Starke In observance of their .
g and Mrs. Ronald Crawford. Golden Wedding Anniversary.All .
/ Bradford County; Hospital announces friends and relatives of
( \ the following births: Mr. and Mrs. Crews Invited
are -
L Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher
Jr. and daughter, Gayle visited to attend. all of the people who voted for me
1 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.Hol- ,
+, Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher m In '.------ -J
lingsworth, Starke, a daughter in the Second Primary for School
; Julie Marie Sept. 30. Dahlonega Ga. over the week- Monica Green, daughter of
\; end. Mr. and Mrs. DeRltch Green, Board.
celebrated her sixth birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W.Noe-
:-\ ... .. gel, Starke, a son. William Rev. D.T. Farabee Jr. Is Saturday night at a family din- We didn't win, but we ran a good
.. attending the annual Pastor'sSchool of her
-- Eric Sept. 30. ner party at the home
(..\ \ '- + at the Methodist Youth grandmother, Mrs. Nelson race, and a clean on.
.jt APs Mr and Mrs. Jerry Lee Camp In Leesburg, Tuesday Green with 18 members of the
V Again. I thank
-" Glance Starke a son Jerry to Friday. family attending. you.ARTHUR.
\ Lee Glance, Jr., Sept. 29. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersof Mr. and Mrs. Dick Landis of
....* Pensacola spent the weekend Jacksonville were last Friday -- GASKINSPd.

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton with theirparents, Mr.and Mrs. overnight guests of Rev. and ( Pol. Adv.)
spent the weekend with Mrs. R.A. Colson and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Flynn and attendedthe
W.H. Thomson in Monticelloand J.L. Waters in Lawtey. BUS football game.
visited Mr. Thomson In
Tallahassee Memorial Hos- Open Mon. thru. Thurs

pital. day 9 to 6 P.M. LASTS DAYS

s I r Local admittances to Brad- Pri-, Sat. 9 to 1 P.M.

ford County; Hospital this week Open Sunday afternoons >
Include: Mrs. Josephine Rau- /
lerson Mrs. Carrie D. Ed-
wards, Mrs. Oleda B. Smith
Mrs. Josie L. Woodcock Tiny
Guertln Joseph A. Brantley

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Glenda Nugent, George Mahalka -

nwjJmnLrLwuwLnJIf Raleigh Crosby Harley L, PLAZA '. ... _. .."
Hazen and Harry Tison Starke;

You're Looking For Something New James Mrs. J.Mary Moody E., Alvarez Lake Butler and;

Mrs. Elsa M. Eklund, Keystone LADIES FASHION
Heights; Mrs. Cleo Dykes Lake

And Profitable Look In The Direc- Hampton Geneva; ;Mrs.Leonard Mary Douberly L. Slade SHIRTS I

Live Oak; Mrs. Luclle Cauley,
and Willie Griffls Lawtey;Mrs. f MENS NO-IRON ,
Of First Federal Of Starke Edith Benson, Earlton; Mrs. / A
Emma Mott Brooker; Percy $157 FLANNEL SHIRTS
Sullivan Sr., Palatka. sale
$ 00

Mr. and Mrs.R.E.Firth spent Choose prints or solids In easy care 2 5
the past two weeks In Whittier polyester blend, long sleeves and con FOR

N.C. trasting scarf sizes 32 to 38 ;-
.i ;'; .r '
Mr. and Mrs. RO Dansby Buy 2 and save) Asst plaIds. long sleeve ,
were Saturday supper guestsof DOUBLE KNIT / permanant press cotton-nylon, sizes
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis S-XL
\ in Gainesville. STRETCH PANTS
V j

> {' ** Bobby Anton of Santa Fe JunIor .,
> & College visited his grandparents -
,,y &* Mr. and Mrs Herbert $497 ,
rt 'T8y Thomas, on Sunday. sale "r

{'d. ;' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Judd of s
.' tpt Clewiston were Friday and Sat- 100% Polyester Double-knit machine
urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. washable, elastic waistband choice ol g 1
and other colors, sizes 8 to 1 18 6 ,
Fred W. Bennett Sr. 1
I A relatives. \

M Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carterof +
e '
; Lake City spent Sunday with Charge it ;
fr Mrs Carter's parents, Mr.and at Carps! ,/
I Mrs. A.G. Loudon. I' ,

Mr. and Mrs. M.W Cress-
ler returned last Friday froma
three weeks visit with Mr.
'. and Mrs. Charles W. Cress- ;
,. ler In Calhoun, Ga. and Major 1
a{ j .j) aSI and Mrs. William K. Boothat MENS
? .viSY
ja Fort Walton Beach and Scranton -
. ?
, <
Miss Lumanda Plnholsterand r=-- UNDERWEAR

i .. .k Mrs. Mary J. Mengel Were last 100% collon sale
A ''P' Wednesday overnight guests of long sleeve \
I .. Mrs. George Anderson while shirt or ankle
enroute from Black Mountains + length drawers '
N.C to their home InSt. Peters shrinkage controlled $100
: burg. Mens
, Dr. A.J. Barry attended a
<, Pediatric Seminar In Gaines- I LADIES AND TEENS
\; ville over the weekend. ,
tit 1\\ iF Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Epperson -
h ;:. Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Special group of new Fall $ 4 ,
and colors. Select
e styles "f
MIzelle of St. Petersburg were *:
'. ...- L .---. I several at this Harvest Sale
4 Monday to Wednesday guests of
'! ',- ,, -_-_-_::---=:: Mrs George Anderson. price! 5.10.FURNITURE,
_.._- =---- _
DPC Bobby Wiggins and DP2 _
Donald Searles who are THROWS

(If you are already a customer, then stationed Mayport on for the six weeks USS Sierraat spent e r Machine washable 5 88 ftfq7

the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. good-looking tex 60 Ie 70 z
you already know where to look) One Wiggins. tured cover no that ironing requires Reg. $3.6970x108 '

Airman and Mrs.R,G. Thorn- Clinging loam back
ton of Jacksonville spent the N a. will not slip or slide $ 4 4
weekend with her parents Mr. Decorator colors. 5

FREE WHILE THEY LAST -- FREE day and Mrs.visitors Harry were Mooty.; Airman Satur- Reg. $6.49 .,n..i wa

J w Thornton's parents Mr. and _Q
A Sewing Kit to be your Traveling Companion.Ask Mrs. R.E. Thornton: of Miami.

a Teller for your Mrs James McNeely and NO-IRON
daughter of Lake City are r
(WE WANT TO SEW UP YOUR SAVINGS) spending several weeks with BOYS; FABRICS
her parents Mr. and Mrs.Her M' II/Iri//
bert Thomas before JoiningMr.
McNeely In Lakeland, CPO Jackets
where he has been: transferred.
( Reg. SHAG RUGS ;' soe

Friends of Mrs. Frances Ol- 100% Polyester, sale yard
msted Cole of Chula Vista. Sizes $ 3 00 washable deep

Calif., former Starke resident, 4.7 plush pile fringed : Great selection of
will rtgret to learn of ther ends and non-skid
Sportswear and Dressmaker
u death on Tuesday of last week. back, many colors fabrics in solids

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- w HO"O" 21 x34Reg. 36 Ie 60 way cotton and
I 8 8 5 8 8
elll had as Sunday visitors master charge $2.2927x45 a Reg. $6.99 ester blends. Duck
PO*|N*feW.m Will MAMOM{1K Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefan-- .... ............. c."o weights and dressmaker .
HY.ste.io. ffa.1 l elll and Miss Linda Home of Ud Cover weights. 44/ J JHIT
Jacksonville Robert Stefanelli and of Mr.Gainesville and Mrs. Reg. $3.29 6. 8 8 Reg. $1.59 1 a fi 3 45" width.

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Council Slade SeeksInsurance Distance Turner New Directors New River Baptist

Contract Let Named By AssociationTo

Runners Meet Oct. 1213Hope
(Continued from Page One) InnocentOf Farm BureauBallots

will serve with him. Rate CurbsSen. Baptist Church atTher-

Other: committee assignmentsare Tom Slade, of Jackson- On BHS UnitA Top ClayBradford Phone Farm Bureau cast meeting at the last counted annual Sat- essa Church and will Kingsley be hosts Lake to the Baptist 98th

Recreation: Council Jimmy ville, the Republican candidate urday afternoon were following annual session of the New River
Bowen chairman McRae and Monday night and the Association churches '
; for State Treasurer and Insurance Baptist
Recreation Director Gene Ray- Commissioner, whose $213,635 low bid has been of the school board Is to even- High's won their cross fourth country were elected to the Edwards Board of Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 12-
runners Charges Directors Maurice
burn. tually end with a completelynew :
request to Gov. Kirk led to awarded Brown Construction loss by beat Wade 13.
meet against one Gasktas,
Rules, Law & Ordinance- Friday's special legislative Co. of Gainesville for construction high school complex. Satur- Jr., Jimmie Curtis Afternoon and evening ses-
Wiggins, chairman Councilman Designed by Architect Don ing Green Cove Springs GasMns, J.R. Kelly scheduled for each
; session, has asked that the of a 10-classroom addi- found Titus sions are
Billy Noegel and Attorney Morgan, this first new BHS day, Oct. 3. Larry Lee Turner was Marlowe Billy Noegel, from 3:30: p.m., with supper
call be enlarged to include direct tion to Bradford High School. had 19 pointsto of nuisance David day,
BHS runners not guilty; on a charge Reddish
George Pierce. unit will include a library, a Olson, Bryant served at 6 the
repeal of the California The action took place last WAuygun
39 the J.R.
over calls after all-
Clay High's phone an Smith Foster S. Smith
StreetsNoegel, chairman resources center, and admin- churches. Rev. Ho-
; Plan the establishment of a Wednesday, Sept. 30, in a special Wat- host
1/2 mile trial In court
2 Freddie
course. day Jury county; and
McRae and Street Supt. S.R. istrative offices. of Starke' First
Florida Commission on insur- meeting the school board.Brown's Senior Captain Buddy Pat- pastor
Hicks. BHS construction will be Tuesday. terson. moderator for the
ance Reform, and a moratoriumon bid was the lowestof Baptist Is
undefeated In heldat
erson Is still Turner's case was the thirdIn Another meeting will be
FireBowen, chairman;Noe- all Insurance rate hikes Construction handled, as planned now, In business sessions.
until seven. Is expected High course 12
Clay ,
setting a new this week's session of county Oct.
7:30 Monday,
gel and Fire Chief Red Buford. four phazes to avoid additional : p.m. Merle Packham, pastorof
to within Rev.
after the 1971 Legislaturecan begin a few BUS recordfor at
record and a new court before Judge TheronA. building,
Safety- McRae chairman Indebtedness and to keep the ; in the agricultural Is.on the program for
act. days, Supt. Tom Casey The Hope,
says. In 12:14.
2-1/2 miles : the
Yawn, with nine other defendants which time officers for
Wiggins and Police Chief Ken In asking the Governor to The new addition to BHS will board on a cash basis as muchas old record was 12:50.: changing pleas to will be elected from the annual sermon Monday
Fuoua. call the special session, Slade go up immediately south of possible. Freshman Sylvester Loft guilty. new year afternoon; Rev. Don Drawdy
Sanitation- Noegel, chair- said, "Inflationary,unrealistic existing 'C' Building which will Other contractors submittingbids ; the board members. for the
TornadoesIn ( missionary
Dlaced third for the Leamon Vernon Williamson 400 attended sermon .
Bowen and Street Supt. Wednesday, besides Around persons
man be Monday night
; and completely discriminatory razed when the new class- 12.26. sophomore Richard ; and
found guilty by a Juryof
was fried chicken supper
S.R. Hicks. Brown, were John M. Bicker- the
insurance rate Increases are rooms can be used to make Rev James Temple of Brook-
Fill fourth in 13:30 sopho- of while
was six Monday, driving last at the ag build-
In naming committee Chair- staff, Jacksonville, $236,147 Saturday
being forced from the pocket- room for further additions.Aim ; er for the doctrinal sermon
Jimmy Lowery was fifth Intoxicated. He fined $151or
more was which highlighted the annual -
man Tucker' followed the new Robert Gay, Jacksonville, ing,
books of citizens without
our night.
in 13:37: and freshman Gerald 60 days in Jail and iliadriver's meeting. During the brief Tuesday
of two $218,000 IMS Construction
practice naming ,
advance notice.In the past week, ; G.A. Ratteree and Robert S.
Griffis was sixth In 13:55 to license revoked for
councilmen and a city: ; depart- nearly one million Floridians Dump Live Oak, $229,700; Jenkins make Bradford's 19 points.Junior 90 days. program, following the presented supper, Cook, of Jacksonville, will explain -
ment head, thereby preventinga Construction Co., Jacksonville a memorial plaque
have been hit and it
hard, Florida Baptist plans for
Holland Corbitt placed ninthIn Also Rlckle Dean
committee meeting from being (Continued from Page One) $226,330; Nelson Construction Monday, to Mrs. Helen Harley,widow
levies insur- 70's Dorsett
by huge new by the Roger of
14:59: and soph Jimmy Ricks Frick was found guilty on the who retirement
composed of a quorum of the Co., $223,884, and Trlest Con- ; of the late Lonnie Harley
ance companies licensed to do centers and
council. standards established by his struction Co., Keystone was 11th In 16:36. charge \rf improper change of was In his fifth year as president the Baptist
business in Florida. agency and Williams' com- Heights, $219,474.In Lott set a new BHS freshman lane, and Is to be sentenced in of the Bradford Farm Bu- Children's Home, and Jack
In addition, Slade called for plaints valid. other business last Wed- record for the 2 1/2 distance 10 days. reau at the time of his death. Epps. of Lakeland, United
Tax Roll. specific authorization for the Finding the dump closed the nesday, the school board with his 12:26. Old record Is Tuesday evening John B. Christian Action. Special mu-
Cabinet to retain certified pub- city pulled the sign closingthe -Approved plans for the: third 13:09.: Smith was found guilty; of petit sic, congregational singing and
lic accountants to audit the facility; up and Is contin- phase of the vocationaltechnical Bunching Fill, Lowery, and larceny, on the charge steal- reports of various departmentsare
(Continued from Page One) books of insurance companies uing to use the dump as usual. Grlffls really helped' the Tor- Ing $16.95 from Luther and son making the call. Defense also Included In the two-
in Starke
center for sub-
at 10 licensed in Florida, starting But Hill said Monday, the trashis nado effort Coach George Lo- Beatrice GrifOsof Grills Loop. attorney William Pri gen used day program.
General school fund, mission to the State Depart-
with those who have announcedrate create the im-
piling since it won't all In spite of several He fined $76 10 witnesses
up per says. was or days
mills is to bring in 483682. ment of Education for approval.To .
Increases during 1970. the call came from
burn. The must have It pression
additional city; assistance colds to key people was a
70 in taxes, with the cost an estimated $325,000 With
Interest and sinking fund In covering the trashor the third phase will Include tremendous effort by everyone the Turner trial run- a room listed on the registeras
discontinue using the dump. especially the first five boysto ning through the hour empty; but shown on sub-
mills supper
for the schools at .8 Perman Roberts facilities for cooking and bak- recordsas the Old 1t17Wlo
Answering a Com- close together It Smith's sequent housekeeper
938,694.62.Of question ing classes, four adult educa- stay as as possible was after 8p.m.when
missioner Buck Norman Hill the coach added. having been used that night.
being Wins Alachua Jury returned and the day'scourt
the city taxes now tion classrooms and a home
collected the said the dump will be closedIf Other efforts to receive closed.: Taking the stand in his own q0'

assessed county according and to state by law, Clerk PrimaryPerman the city receives an adverse economics-Agreed to suite.ask the State Department praise from Coach Loper were Frank Andrew Whltenack's defense, Larry Turner stated 0):;
made the calls.
he had not
citizens will be billed ruling after a hearing. to conduct by James Chandler, Ronnie trial on a charge of disrespectto .
Starke : a new plant '
for $90,973 with a 7.50 mil- "If Hampton dump needs clos- of school facilities in Burch, Mark Hodges, Murray the flag was moved to 1:30: Witnesses for the defense Included 't- "- .
; and Brook- Roberts, son of Mrs. ing I don't imagine there's 10 survey White, David Roberts Clarence p.m. Thursday. Gerald Williams, Car-
lage rate. Lawtey rate Leola Roberts of Starke, was in the state that should be Bradford County.; VanSyckel, and O'Hara Acosta.All Charles H. Nasworthy and olyn Bestic. Glen Moore,Char ,- 1-
each have a millage -Approved purchase of four
er successful In winning the Demo- ley G. Norman Mr. and Mrs. I
of five mills with Lawtey tax. open, Hill told the commis- school buses through thd state these boys worked hard to Elizabeth Nasworthy, In open- -
cratic nomination for Clerk of Nasworthy, Bill Chambers,
and Brooker $1-! sioners. Improve their times, the coach ing) testimony In Tuesday's
ex at $3,809 3-1/2 mills Ir the Circuit Court In Alachua Hill explained that Hampton'sgarbage bidding pool. noted. Turner trial, told of receiv- Margaret Brown,, and WilliamS. 'The woman who'd dressto

786. Hampton's in$1,322.30.Tax County; in the First Primary could be hauled to the Middle school runner also did ing a series of nocturnal phone Glover. Defense witnesseswere please her husband wears
to bring
bills are payable anytime ) Sept. 8. Keystone land fill, but that doubles Shaiv well In their effort to Improvethe calls for two or three weeks, Nancy Shoope, Larry last year's clothes."

after being received, a. The 28-year-old Roberta is the cost and will neces- coach says. The junior high with no one speaking. They Turner, Walter Holloway, and
collector's office in sitate Increasing the city's gar- boys were Sharone GaInes, requested the help of the Hazel Young. Gene Shaw was
school tea-
the tax Junior high
now a
Courthouse.In bage collection fee. (Continued from Page One) Bryan Hankerson,Sheldon Hod- sheriffs department and on state's attorney for the case. J. E. MILLIGAN
Bradford County; cher, after having served as a
Hill said he is afraid Willie Jenkins Karl Hun- Cases scheduled for trial
month November Hampton ges, receiving another call the
the first probation and parole supervisorfor
payment will result in a 4% about four He will will revert to conditions man should balance Miami's singer, Darrell Moody, James morning of May 9, contacted where th e defendant changedhis
off the total bill, with a smaller now face the Republican years. nomi- before the city; had a dump. Pettigrew. Hammon, Lacy Hill and Mike Deputy; Glen Moore, who then plea to guilty Included Jes- ACCOUNTANTBOOK.KEEPING
off each month "Every road out of town was Admitting he does have an McRae. traced the call with a "nui- sie Vernon Griffis, Improper
percentage nee, Curtis Powers, in the No-
March. After Ap- littered" he stated.Commissioner eye on the house speakershlp The cross country will run at sance box" at Florida State license tag and no valid Inspection -
until due in General Election.In .
will be Dave Shuford "at some point in the future, Bolles in Jacksonville this Saturday Telephone Co. certificate; David Ar-
ril 1, 1971 for, a each penalty month de- pointed out that the Commis- Shaw sees the pro tern postas Oct. 10. To date they A chain of witnesses from nold Lowry, failur e to have
for the office Ro-
charged asking ,
linquent. berts said that his experienceas sion is asking the same thingof a stepping stone to the have won lour meets, tied one, the telephone company, sher vehicle under control; Wanda TAX SERVICE
the Florida Division of Health higher post. Rep. Terrell Ses- and lost one to tough Orange ifs department and Holiday Sapp worthless check; Johnny
officer of the circuit
an court
Plastic 3-1/2 about the New River section. sums of Tampa present speaker Park.Bradford's. Inn, where the call was traced Hernandez, contributing to the
Vinyl for while
SUPER years servingas Trash is now dumped over the pro tern, has the 73-74 and where Turner was em- delinquency of a minor; Jesse Phone 9645590Room
Letters all sizes colors. Perm a probation officer has given
roads there, he said, but the speakershlp apparently tied up cross country ployed as night auditor, piled Clyde Lawrence, driving while
anent, for use on wood, glass.plastic him an understanding of the
team lost Its first meet of the intoxicated Tom Hardy driv-
state will not circumstantial evidence ; ,
approve a dump- againstthe
No. 4 Dixie Motel
paper, metal leather general operation of the clerk'soffice now.The ,
Ing site. upcoming reapportionment season 24-33 to tough Orange defendant, but failed to show ing while Intoxicated; and Dean
ANYTHING I -Bradford County Which Is better, Shuford had battle is another reason Park on the Raiders' course definite proof he was the per- Emery Brule, no tag. Starke. Florida
Telegraph. tf, asked earlier In the meeting, Shaw says he is happy to win Saturday, Sept. 26.
to have trash strewn all over the number two House post. Captain Buddy Paterson, still - ---- -- - - -

the county; or to burn and bury Now required after each di- setting a blistering pace, got
it in a site maintained by the cennial census the reapportionment his third straight win overingthe
county even if It is low. battle is expected to two miles In 13:20. Richard .
l NOTICETWO Chairman Zedra Hamilton cost sparsely populated North Fill was fourth In 14:01, Jimmy ONE SHOT SPECIAL
promised the delegation that Florida still more of Its re- Lowery seventh in 14:39: Ger- .

NEW COURSES ARE BEING ADDEDTO "We'll go by what the judge presentation.Most ald Grlffls ninth In 15:24, and ,
says. We have your situationat Important of the 71-72 Holland Corbitt 12th In 18:19.: a r
THEBradfordUnion heart. We'll do what we session, Shaw savs.: may be to Jimmy Ricks placed 13th for 4LL
can." preserve small county; voting BHS in 23:27 and David Ro- ,
AreaVocationalTechnical strength. He hopes his new berts placed 14th In 24:38, both

Center WISH I'D SAID position will enhance his position were just edged out of the run- =J q
far as points were
in the battle.A ning as

THEY ARE THATL. strong movement Is afoot, concerned. 1
[ mostly from large county; dele Fill, Lowery, Grlffls,
BOOKKEEPINGand gations, to limit House mem- and Corbltt are striving hard ,

bership to 100. Such a move to Improve their performances t
INDUSTRIAL DRAFTING would affect many parts of the Coach George Loper
state, most certainly Shaw'ssix says. He especially noted Lo- ;

APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED Many: a man who N: proudof county district. In fact, wery's stretch drive which :
his: right! to say what ho Shaw says, if he's elected a- caused an Orange Park runnerto .

PLEASE CALL 96.1-6150 pleases! wishes ho had thocourage gain there's a good chance it fold 50 yard from finish. : OO
will be from Efforts of the Tornadoes this ( !
to do lIo.-Wm. I{. a new district.
week are to come back strong :
Davis, The Three Forks
in Green Cove this Saturday.
(:Mu.) Herald. Park .

. .. .. . .. Orange was probablythe
- - - - - --- - -
toughest team the Tornadoes ,
will ever face this sea-

son, Coach Loper says. He had .
no explanation for the loss except -
KEEP that the Raiders overpowered i

his Tornadoes.

Bicycle Group Y

INMAN Sets Standards I! II 1

ti American bicycle manufacturers !

4 r f'e have adopted a set of .
I industry-wide safety and per
GREEN formance standards to assure r

consumers of a bicycle designed I

to meet today's trans.

portation and recreationneeds. ;

YOUR ...oi.
; Members of
the Bicycle .-.
Manufacturers Associationhave ... 5

pledged to manufactureevery
model of their completeline ;

CLERK'r; of regular bikes to meet j

the new standards as a condi jI jI I
tion of continued member.

: ship in the association.The I

U. S. Testing Companywill

certify that each model ,
Of Circuit Court For tested meets or exceeds the

standards, no later than July : I'I I I

Next Two Year Term I, 1971.

BUSINESS STARKE : Brown 30" Gas Range ,

EXPERIENCEDQU Now Serving DIRECTORY : eo.lpefely Ataon>l *ie-Ap Pcndain !

No dies- Life Time Bwner
As Your Clerk
AUTO SERVICE Choice Of White Or Coppertane

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Women Attend Altar Society Historical GroupTo Hogan Named JV Defense Poultry Disease Topic At Oct. 13 MeetThe

Girls Sets Oct. 14 Meet Hear Geologist Chairman of Praised For North Florida Poultry- the State Poultry Diagnostic Most& politician Uk* to /tatter
Ranch Discuss Sink HoleDr. Robison CrusadeRev. men's Association will hold Laboratory, will be the main a community by laying(
the first meeting of Its sec- speaker and will discuss various that it it mart than !brick

Openings Sunday hold St. Edwards its: meeting AltarSocieiy Wednesday E.C. Pirkle, of the De- the First. W.A.Baptist Hogan Church pastor of of OP VictoryCoach ond; Agricultural year In the Bradford Building County Tuesday poultry on Ma diseases reek's with Disease emphasis and stones, it I it people. Congressman 1
of Physical Sciencesat Sludgepump reveries
Oct. 14, in the Parriah Hall partment Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. The the most common In this area. ;
Starke has been named General
Members of the Starke Junior at 7:30 pm. the University; of Florida, John Allen had nothing Board of Directors will meetat The meeting will be presidedover the emphasis In recognition
Woman' Club and Little Wo- All ladles are Invited. will be guest speaker-ate Chairman of the Jamey but praise for the J.V. defense, 7:30.: by the new president of campaign! contribution '
men's Club attended the first fall meeting of the Brad- Robison Area-wide Crusade tr/ which held Orange .Park to a, .* Arthur Gasklns. & from quarries and brickyards
open- be Dr. Jack Hen chief
ford County Historical Society held January 6-10 at try minus 15 ey in his
ing and dedication of the new Fall board meeting of the ; ; yards total offensein district.
Hacienda Girl's Ranch In Cocoa East Coast Deanery the St. In the Starke Library,Thursday BHS auditorium. the first half and allowed
Sunday. Augustine Diocesan Council of Oct. 15 at 7:30 pan. A training session for com- only 64 yards offense In the
Attending were Mrs Linda Catholic Women was held Wednesday Dr. f'irkle has made several mittee chairman was hold at entire: game.
Lawson, president of the Starke Sept 30, at the Holiday trips to the Bradford County; the First Baptist Church on Earl WIlkerson played an out
Junior Women; Mrs Nancy Inn in Jacksonville. sink located between Graham October 1. conducted by the standing game Coach Allen
and Girl's Attending from and Brooker, and will discuss crusade coordinator, T.D.Hall said, "Earl Is a young player
Ranch Chairmen; ; Mrs. Jean- County; were Mrs. Don Clam geological aspects of the 80- of Pe aacola. who's Just coming Into his own." ;
nle Loper, and Miss Robin Warren pion. Mrs. Francis Meng Mrs. foot deep hole and tell how Mr. Hogan said that Robison David ffowham and Steve Register -
president of the Little Lester Humphries, and Mrs. it was possibly formed. Is one of the nation's outstanding also played. an outstand-
Women's Club Cell Richards. All Interested persons are evangelists,ranking second, ing defensive game as did
The Starke women present. The program for the com- Invited to !attend this meeting perhaps to Billy Graham, and Wayne Lambus and Eddie Hazen
ed the. new girl's school with ing year was discussed and that this area is extremely who stood out on offense said
curler begs made by club mem- the different commissions gave 2 Treated fortunate in being able to bring Coach Allen. "Hazen had t his fo The PeopleOf
bers and filled with personal their outline of their plans in him here for the January cru finest"tame of the season last
Items donated by club mem- Organization Services Church After Wreck sade. weekNe. Bradford CountyI
bers. Communities Family Affairs Rev. Hogan will work closely ] got burned on the short
The first statewide Community Affairs with Mr. Hall executive direc- passes last week when we were
facility; ; and the international Near Brooker
of Its type the Hacienda Girl's Affairs Commis- tor of the James Robison Evangelistic in our "prevent defense" but
Ranch la sponsored by the Flo- sions. Association, who will will work on it a lot this week.
rida Federation of Women's A buffet luncheon was served Truby and C.J.Tetstone brothers coordinate the work of the team "I was real pleased with the
Clubs Donation.,may be sent following the meeting. were Injured Tuesday. with the local committees. pride we had against Orange wish to express my heart-felt appreciation for
to Hacienda Girl's Ranch P.O. Sept. 29, when their 1965 Chev- Other chairmen named at an Park; it was pride alone that the confidence shown in me hy your vole on
Box 897, Cocoa Fla. rolet pick-up collided with a organization meeting on August beat them. Their personnel was September' 29.
31 are: actually superior to ours, but
Interested persons may also 1954 Ford driven by a teen
Join the Hacienda Girls' Ranch iI$ r ? ager. Arrangements: Col. Harry M, we just wanted it a little more."
Hatcher Jr.Attendance.
Booster Club. Membership is
$10 per year. A goal of 5,000 The Tetstone brothers were : Rev. Donald Baptist Church. Your
members has been set. Each treated and released from the Drawdy pastor Grace Baptist Publicity; : Rev. Denton Sum- many kindnesses and the courtesy shownto
member will receive a decal Mrs. Martha Pellum Wheelerand emergency room of Alachua Church. rail, pastor Madison Street me" during the campaign will always be remembered -
bumper sticker and the Hacienda Mr. and Mrs.Lester Crews General Hospital the same day. Counseling and Follow-up: Baptist Church. and will be an inspiration to me in
Girl's Ranch Newsletter. Rev. Lawrence Carroll pastor Rev. serving as School Board member from
attended the funeral of Mrs. Spiritual Preparation: your
The youth, 16, was charged
Wheeler's: mother Mrs. Miley with the accident and with havIng First Baptist Church, Key- R.L. West pastor KIngsley District One. Again, many thanks and please
The girl's ranch similar for Rutledge in ForfMyereonWed- no driver's license. stone Enlistment Heights W.A. Lake Baptist Church. call on me at any time I can be of service.
the well-known Sheriff's BoysRanch nesday. Mrs. Rutledge was also : Hogan. Ushers: Eessle Colson.
Is a home for non- the aunt of Mr. Crews. Both vehicles were a total pastor First Baptist, Starke. Youth Activities: Dean Cas-
delinquent: dependent girls from loss The wreck occurred on Finance: Charles Hardy. sels Music Director, First
all puts of Florida between Miss Jan Pitch of Emory SR-329 two miles south of Hospitality; : M.A. Baldwin,Jr. Baptist Church, Keystone yo .
the ages of 12 and 16. University was home for the Brooker about 6:45 p.m. when Music: William George,Min- _Heights. Johnnie Elaine Thompson "
ister of Music First Baptist,
One admitted will
a girl weekend.
the youth made a turn onto the Starke. EZERASE TYPEWRITER
be cared for until she live
road and the vehicles collided.:
independently.. Purpose Is to Garv Hamilton.Fr.Mlt"" ", Gra Parking: Gerald Williams. PAPER Mlmeo Paper. Bond (Pd. Pol. Adv)
provide home atmosphere of udon and Robbie Barksdale of Personal Evangelism: Rev. Paper. Notebook Fillers. r
Merle Packham pastor Hope Bradford County Telegraph ,
love and care when it becomes FSU were home for the weett-
necessary ,.for a girl end.
to. live away from home according -
to Mrs Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens
Girls are referred by Juvenile of Gulf Breeze were Monday
Courts and the ranch will visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- Announcing our new ones
obtain temporary custody.Dur ney McRae.
inK the time a girl Is In resIdence -
she will attend local Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Craw-
schools, attend the church of ford and son of Crystal River
her choice, and participate In have moved back to Starke.Mr.
community; activities. Crawford has been transferredto
The school is located in Bre- Gainesville with the Florida
yard County; at 602 Peachtree Pest Control and Chemical Co. If 1971 andChryslerPlymouth
Street, Cocoa *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb
visited Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Weldon -
/he 01d1 mE/- and Mr. and Mrs. John
Furman In Jacksonville Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Farrior of
Brooksville spent the weekend

with Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.Farrlor's Ralph parents.Dlggs.

--* ,Ill is for
coming through
Mr. and Mrs JG Caldwell
"There has never been a visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence .
person with an Inflated ego Mack in Micanopy on Sunday
who wasn't full of hot air."

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I I National 4-H Week Observed HereBy Starke Postoffice

JVet And Activities From Wins Area AwardAs

THE RECREATION CENTER Bobby Taylor or council officer or by serv social skills and add to the Outstanding TerwillegarMotors
I County; 4-H Advisor big on numerous committees. fun of belonging to 4-H.:
I '. There are also a number of The Bradford County; 4-H If you have noticed recently
Bradford County; 4-H members 4-H camps that a 4-H'er: may program Is being oriented to the activity; at the Starke post
-- cI are observing National4H attend.A the home and community.; The office Including the humming;
j : Club Week with a mem- 4-H Club Meeting Is "De- adult leader
and Junior approach of sanding machines and several .
... ,
.... -. bership drive In each communIty mocracy in Action." Here they is now being used to Involve employees welldtng paint
: : ,. ; of the County.; elect their own officers con in the
It- more people program. brushes, it Is because of local -
1 : Ii 4-H meetings are being held duct their own programs, and Success of 4-H depends on men participation in the U.S. .,
!; .1: to carry out plans to tell the hold regular meetings. They and women who serve as volunteer Post Office Department's national -
I -\ "' public about their 4-H: program. take part in community; activities leaders. The leaders "Clean Up Week."
'' f ._ Ii, Over 150 Bradford County; and the county-wide 4-H: should be Interested In boys Postmaster T.C. Hazen Jr. .
..:! boys and girls belong to 4-H program. Most club meetingshave land girls and be willing to work announces that the Starke Post
W ( and find that learning can be three partsbusiness,education with the Extension Staff to pre- Office has Just been picked 1971.
'" fun. They enthusiastically Invite and recreation. The pare to serve as an organi- from among the 63 offices In 4ftftiJ
.. "., ''r any boy or girl 9 through club meeting teaches parlia- zational or project leader. Or- the Jacksonville area as the
);" If(. 19 years of age to Join 4-H mentary procedure, how to ganizational leaders give over- outstanding first class post office -
h.4 A! 11 '....4 by signing up and choosing a make group decisions, how to all guidance to the 4-H Club. for cleanliness of quartersand V"
project. Main requirement Is UM elected officers wisely,and They help organize the club, maintenance of building and Trade-ins
Winners of the 1970 Punt Pass & Kick Championships a willingness to "learn-by-do- how to plan group activities. guide Its' activities, and supply equipment.Mr. .
Ing". They can sign up by records to the County of-
; Hazen further stated that
are (!I-r) Randall Thomas", 13; Mike Crews, 12; calling the County; Agent's office Educational part of the meeting fice. Project leaders teach sub- without the complete -
II Bruce Wolfred, 10 Stuart Ray- In Starke at 9646554.In centers around Individual cooperation
Jimmy Prevatt ; ; ject matter to the 4-H mem- of all local post office
burn 9; and Leonard Johnson, 8. The boys will 4-H, young people learn projects and activities that interest bers. They set up Judging clas- employees, the receipt of this 0
this in the practical skills In a wide variety the group. Demonstrations see, conduct tours and help award would been
travel to Jacksonville Saturday to compete not have pos
; of projects In agriculture, judging practive, illustrated boys and girls prepare demonstrations sible.
advanced competition. home economics, citizenship, talks and group discus-' exhibits and talks. Postmaster Hazen wishes to
and personal development.They sion are teaching tools. 4-H Leaders are needed. If extend his gratitude to post
"CHAMPIONS DETERMINEDIN tremely well in the 13-year- learn to apply the latest scientific Recreation Is Important at you want to Imow more about ,office patrons who,while trans
FORD PUNT PASS AND old group as he posted a total facts discover the"why"as the Bradford County; 4-H program acting business In the build-
meetings. Group singing,
score of 338 points. This is well as the "how", of what or would like to assistin
KICK COMPETITION ing, take'Prlde In helping to
the highest by far of any ever they do at the same time they parties, games, dances, and any way, call your County; maintain the cleanliness of the Country Squire Wagon
active learn
participatedIn enjoy friendships and recreation. sports help youth 1 1970
Fifty; seven boys recorded in the local competi- Agent's Office premises.
the Ford Punt, Pass and tion. Developing character and Loaded with Extras
Kick Competition held at WestSide good citizenship are the long- New Photograph I
Oct. 3. goals of 4-H. MARRIAGE LICENCES
Park Saturday, Eighteen trophies were a- range My Neighbors
Competition was very close warded three in each age The project the 4-H member Studio To Open
In most of the age groups. This group to the top three places. selects may be one he Is especially Seeber Merrill Jones and Monaco Wagon
year's scores were up over Competition was sponsoredby Intestested In. Thereare This FridayDanny Rosaland Diane Jones; issued Dodge
the past years In all age groups. Terwillegar Ford Motors many kinds of projects for Sept. 4.John. 1969
Several of the boys stand a and conducted by the Recreation each age group. Some of the Brown, formerly of Herman Richerson and Full Power & Air
good chance to make good showIngs Department. The Rec. De- most popular projects are livestock Baton Rouge La. is openinga Lourle Bell Henderson; Issued
in the next level of com- partment wishes to thank the poultry, horses, garden, photography studio at 114 N. Sept. 4.Thomas.
petition to be held In Jacksonville people who voluntered their help strawberries, electricity; entomology Walnut Street, the former location Francis Hannon, Jr. TORINO GT.
next Saturday, Oct. 10. in conducting the competition. automotive, photography of Newbern's Studio. .and Marjorie Anne Fowler; Issued '
Randall Thomas did ex- Calvin Pace,Lynwood Kitchens, farm and home man- Brown Is a brother of Rev. Sept. 4. rl 1969
agenment, foods and nutrition, J.C. Brown, minister of the Daniel Charles Tyler and Kay Power and Air
clothing, child care, public First Christian Church, and Ellen Crawford: issued Sept. 8. yi
speaking,. recreation, health, graduated with a Journalism Eustace Lee Kelly and Stella

FLORIDA THEATREShowtimeWeekdays careers, junior leadership, and degree from LSU. Mall Geyer; Issued Sept. 11.
conservation of natural re- He worked as photographerand Nathan Keith BennettandHel- VOLKSWAGEN
source. reporter for the Baton in Ann Gaskins; issued Sept.11. 1969

7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 Activities related to projectsthat Rouge State-Times and Morn- James Thomas Bryant and Square Back
Wary Elizabeth Tetstone Issued
a 4-H'er may participatein Ing Advocate for four years ; -
include demonstrations or while attending college. His a- I Sept. 18. "Please pass the sugar-"
FRI.. SAT., SUN. OCT. 9. 10, 11 "showing and telling" others wards Include the Charles P., -,
DOUBLE FEATUREA what they have learned judging Manship Memorial Scholarshipat
contests in livestock dai- LSU, Best Sports Picture VOLKSWAGEN
SWINGING SAFARI OF LAUGHS ry, land poultry, and develop awarded by the Louisiana REVIVAL
tiif ment of leadership abilities Sports Writers Assn.,Best Picture TUDOR
WALT DISNEY'S ; through participation as a club of the Year award for the ,
A United Press InternationalNews I<

xhe Pat Watts, Eddie Blalock and Service in Louisiana,first FALCON FORDOR

g le Book Randy Martin. place category in the of the overall SouthwestJour-photograph MEETINGPINE 1969

( ( nalism Congress (composed of Automatic Radio
fI 'HNICOLOH I competition of 16 Journalism
;>': .ft'I'. ')! .-- 1- TROPHY WINNERS schools in the South and South-
.).-, ) and third in feaI I'
I west, place LEVEL
) Era* 4 i 3 ***Vx I / In Louisiana
ture writing
;> ; 1967
nard Johnson-123 2)) Al
.. ; Chap
wlWALT ,
\ ,, Press Assn. 1970 competition.Danny's
.. man 93 3)) Eddie Dyal88..
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:, Automatic & AirCHEVROLET
..,- ., ... .., """" Photography Is featuring -
NINE YEAR OLDS- I 1). Leo- several specials for its BAPTIST CHURCH
PLUS Rayburn133; 2)). David Harley grand opening Friday, Oct. 9,
-. 105; 3)). Steven Crlffls- through Oct. 17. Photography
74; service will be handled on weddings 4 Ml I. W ON 100 V-8
DISNEY Ifij!: commercial, copying, 196 7
1- TEN YEARS OLD-1.)Bruce restoration, and roll film fin-
productions' 1I. Wolf red- 172; 2)) Mark Grifflth- ishing, Mr. Brown said. STARKE, FLORIDA Wagon Automatic
TECHNICOLOR W'Q 157; 3)) Clay Ilhooly-145;

.. ..... ELEVEN YEARS OLD DJlm-)
"' r. Democrat TIME 7:30 P.M. OCT. 5-11
: ...- - -...- my Prevatt222; 2) Jackson Group : FALCON
-- Prevatt 194 3))Jefferey Jockel To FORDOR
i 176; ; Map Strategy I;,. vw/E 1 1966

At Meet TonightThe Automatic Radio
Mike Crews 205; 2) Randy Bradford County; Demo- ;
301 DRIVEINShow Crews 191; 3) Carl Hamn 188. cratic Executive Committeewill
meet tonight (Thursday)
to lay plans for a rally before HEAR Orlando 1968
Begins At Sundown Randall Thomas 338; 2) Gary the General Election on
Wallace 271; 3) Tom Reddish November 3, Guy Andrews, I Florida Automatic -- Air Power
271. chairman, announced yester- '
day.All members of the committee -
DOUBLE FEATURE AND ANDREWS DRUGS OPEN meeting at 7:30: p.m. Thurs- 1967
1970 SMALL FRY FLAG FOOT- day, Oct. 8, in the County; Com-
PAAAAO(;; T t1IURES peons : BALL SEASON WITH VIC- mission room of the new court- Mileage
I AOINOOfLAU6.) '13 TORIES. house. C.
PROP CTN.!+'1 The 1970 Small Fry Football "We want to present a u-
season opened league play Mon nited front for all Democratic REV. PAT MCCALL
.kNE FoNdA day, October 5, with a double candidates in the General Election CHEVROLET
header schedule. ," Andrews said, point
Andrews Drugs 14 / First ing out that the party is more PICKUP
Great Bible
SEEDOHRiHIHGI Federal 0Andrews unified behind its nominees than Preaching
Drugs posted a 14- was the case four years ago.
0 win over First Federal by He said the committee hopedto Will This
__ Be Our Last Revival
=g= scoring a touchdown in each have a top Democratic nom-

._ AWO.N1QA, half of the game. inee as the featured speakerat John Strickland, B. D. Pastor 1963 CHEVROLET
The winning team went out

Ct1d Cf 4i''i1 ECi +:- (::0 ''tLt l1 w "nn w In front early In the first half .. __..the.....rally......................._...._u___ 1 I PICKUP
on a five yard pass from Jef- .. :
PLUS ferey Norman to Ricky Nor- :::: $ [![ mti1i j1iii1j ; ; :;

man. Jeff Norman then ran ::::
for a two point conversion to ::::
make it 8-0. In the second ::::1 1
<; half Jefferey scored the final :;::: MANY OLDER
touchdown on a 12 yard sweep. :::: On' ACT
First Federal had offensive ;::: paper MODELS
problems and never seriously :::: m :::I :

Rosemary! threatened I KENTUCKY to score.FRIED CHICKEN ;8::::I I f NOW! TO SELECT

Baby 121 COMMUNITY STATE BANK :8::: we're : FROM
0 :* 1
"Mia farrowRosemary's John CassavetesRutnCjomon Kentucky Fried Chicken ;8:::I
n.w fi.,. :- IIJ .. San"y, BldCkrnllt' squared off against Community; ::::;::
i M"I\"ceEvans dnaAaDhbanamr State Bank in their opener and ;!:!
!Baby p'WwNOr'h".........nw5.'wr\IO."M<':.NW .,'Iu.W'Pwr'J came away with a 12 0 victory :::::: the perfectbank {
:g::: 1m 1970 Demonstrators I
K.F.C. scored midway of the ::::::::
SUN., MON. OCTOBER 11.12 first half as Doug Reddish :::I
crossed the Bank team's goal ::::: I 2 New 1970 Trucks
DOUBLE FEATURE line from five yards out. In :::: for :
the second half Mike Jackson, :::$::
from one yard out, made the :::?:: 4 New 1970 Cars
SAMUEL GOLDWYN.JR. presents score 12 0. The bank team ::::: I
was unable to pentrate deep !::::IIII 11II
Into K.F.C. territory. :ig::: t# 1966 Thunderbird
Small Fry games are played :S:;:I you
each Monday and Wednesday ::::: Loaded A-l
afternoons at Westside Park. ::::j j111j:
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SCHEDULE E ii:;::;:::: Use our paper for your shopping bill paying, ::1'::?.
Monday, October 12-3:45 AnIS i::1::::: gift giving. Checks written on our >::::::<
:IRS) :;- COLOR by Oelu e' United Artists i; :::: bank save needless errands and With Clyde.Or .
drews give
v .F.C.., 5:00: 1st :::1::! you an :::;::::
Federal vs Co.nm.; Bank- :::::I:::1: easy-to-file receipt. Check with us soon.FLORIDA. ::1:;::: CX
PLUS Wednesday October M- 3:43: :::*::::
1st Fed. vs Andrews, 5:00: :::1*:::: Vie ..
:t how can anybody SO BAD... Comm. Bank vs K.F.C. ':%:$::i m ..
p.w; be SO GOOD at it? ::1: U -to\)


zational meeting, Monday night, ::$::;: TERWILLEGARMOTORS
I 11)I1iO1I4BELrCCOLOA) Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m. Recreation |:S:;:
Office Old Armory :::::j
Department ; Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
to organize a Men's Flag I::::::a ::
Tim- TEW- TEWTERM- Football League. Ki:::|: One of 30 Banks of the Florida National) II
THOMAS THOMAS/ THOMAS/ THOMAS../ A mlnlmun aRe of 18 will be :::v::Siy. Group
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City Engineers Engaged By Council

6)) Furnish such other
2) Assist In obtaining and
Editor's Note: Due to an error the portion of this arti- peared that the firm of Smith evaluating bids and preparing 4) Make periodic visits .to vices as the city; may requestat

I cle which was to be continued from Page 1 of the Oct. 1 & Glllesple of Gainesville would contracts. an amount equal to payroll
R S & H because the site during construction and
Issue of The Telegraph was omitted. We regret the error. cost more than furnish costs for actual hours of ser-
The article is printed in full below) of studies to familiarize 3Check submittals of drawIngs reports. inspection vices rendered plus 125 per
the Gainesville firm with
for compliance with con cent of reimbursement for tra-
city systems. 5)) Assist in final acceptance
Two new engineering firms power plant with a turn key Bessent, Hammack & Associ- tract documents. testing of equipment. vel expenses. -

were engaged by the Starke Job, meaning the complete job the council .
ates by-passed by I''wwurJL_. -
City; Council in a special meeting would be given to a specific last year because they do not ------ -; f&7

; called late Monday after- firm to carry to completion. have an electrical enginerring :'' "

noon.Bessent. Hammack & In such a case, the success- department. In the meantime the ComniuriifymNews :- rM
Associates firm has together with : ;
Inc. will ful firm would supply muchof gotten '
,services for handle the city's engineerIng Water -- the engineering, relieving the Wilson firm and the two !i -L1
offering to completely cov-
the city of that responsibilityat ,
sewer and utilities. .ft.
a saving of dollars. er the city.Councilman.
Fred Wilson & Associates
Jimmy Bowen Indicated
Wilson & Associates will represent
handle engineering for the city the city throughout a Monday that electical .. N

power plant and electrical sys- turn key operation for $19,500, engineering services are of vital .- ," ( .a=IayAee0,11ai
tem. Both are Jacksonville Importance to the city. Only
according to the giv-
firms with offices onHendricks en the city. drawback last year for him B Elizabeth Given" Walker
Butler Man
Avenue.An That compares to chargesof was the lack of such servicesin Lake
agreement will be drawn considering Bessent & Ham-
for the two firms to begin representing $41,500 for design and engineering mack he said. RECREATION NEWS are urged to be present Please milk or Juice. Everyone is invited I

the city effectivein fees plus $7,000 fora Tucker made the motion to The Falcons began Fall prac- cooperate with the activity; to to participate. Charged In WreckA

two weeks, when the 30- project engineer, a total of engage the two new firms and tice sessions on Monday. All make this a success. Sunday School will begin the

day termination notice to the $48,500, that have been pro- it passed unanimously by the interested boys ages 13-19 are The public is Invited to at service at 9:30.: Morning ser-

firm of Reynolds, Smith and poase by R, S & H In Its recommendation four councilmen presen'-Tucker asked to participate. Bring tennis tend. vice at 11 with the youth in The right front of Rosier's

Hills Is up. R, S & H was given for a 2,000 KW Bowen, Wiggins, and Chair shoes and shorts. Prac- charge. At 4 p.m. League. At Lake Hutlerrnan, Leol'la '- collided with the right

notice of termination Sept. 16. engine and a $650,000 bond Is- man Jimmy McRae. tice sessions will be held Mon- VISITOR RETURNSMrs. 6 p.m. the Women Home Mis- ton Rosier Jr.J 26, faces two side Plymouth, front, and rear Baker's
Eddie L. Clark had an
Recommendation to engage sue.Engineers Both new firms proposed engineering day, Wednesday and Thursday sion will meet. charges In county!;) court here Chevrolet. The Chevrolet tra-
from the two firms months visit with
the two firms came from Utility services to the city; RJE GYM extended three after his 19t>5 Plymouth col-
all former of In James Smith and Greater Allen Chapel AME veled 50 feet past the inter-
Committee Chairman Nell are employes on an hourly basis. for the her brother, lided with a 1962 Chevrolet at
Watch the
Tucker. He, Councilman Orle Reynolds, Smith and Hills. Ed Bessent Hammack paper open- sister-in-law, Helen Smith.She Church, Rev. C.E.Jenkins, pastor the intersection of Hrownlce section and across the west

Wiggins, and Power Plant Supt. Wilson, for Instance, designedthe planning, design and provide bid- Ing game of the Falcons. returned to Philadelphia Sep- The Men's Day observancewill (SK-16)) and Walnut Streets. bound lane of SIt-16 before it
The center hours from In the road.
are stopped
Starke power plant. tember 26 after an enjoyabletime terminate. Sunday School,
George Graudon met with representatives ding work for the water
gas, 4-6:30 Monday through Fridayand The Plymouth stopped In the
Earl Bessent and Don Ruck- : here.CHURCH 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. Rev. Reed
of the firms Patrolman Julian Green
new and sewer systems at $20 City
per 8-11 Friday and Saturday. middle of the Intersection.The .
man of Bessent, Hammack & from Jacksonville Radio Sta-
Monday, Sept. 21, to work outa hour for principal engineers, has signed affidavits in county uccident occurred at 8:35:
Associates also worked with ACTIVITIES tion will be the speaker. At
tentative proposal. $17 for senior engineers, $12 court against Hosier for operating -
the water and SCHOOL NEWS Bethlehem Free Will there will be a p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26.
"The committee feels this city on sewer, Greater 5 p.m. pro- motor vehicle under
for design draftsmen, and $10 a
All adults Interested in attending to the Plymouth was estimated
engineering while with R- Church Rev. Jasper honoring the personnelof mage
Baptist ,
is the right way to go under gas gram the influence of alcohol and for
the circumstances," Council- S & H. All three were presentat for draftsmen.The Basic Education classes Williams, pastor. Monday night the county. Mr. Tom Casey failure to have his vehicle under at $600 and tothe Chev-
man Tucker said Tuesday. the meeting Monday night Wilson firm will perform are Invited to register at Choir No.1 will rehearse.Tues- will be the speaker. The pas- control. rolet at $800.
and all three said they are hourly services for the electrical the Vo-Tech Center by call- day night Prayer Meeting. tor and congregation are askedto
"There is considerable!
a ; sav- system at$22 for engineers, Ing 964-6150 or 964-7713 for Neither: Hosier nor L./.
familiar with the city's; sys Thursday night the Ladles Cir- render service for Rev.
involved in
turn-key oper- $17 for designers, and $12 for information. Hours are from Halter, 47, .Starke, driver of
ation," Tucker added. He said tems. cle will meet at the home of Sampson White at the Churchof e e e
draftsmen. The $19,500 Wilson 7-9:30.: Canaan the Chevrolet, were admittedto The Army to abolIsh
Mrs. Covington. Saturday night Free Thursday night, proposes
he realizes much of the changeof
engineers has been "keptin Bessent, Hammack &Associates proposal for enlarging the pow- the I Can Circle will be sell- Oct. 15. Bradford County Hospital 1 reveille. Fortunately it

conferred with city offi- er plant includes the follow- DELL CHAPTERDell Ing in the kitchen. Hosier was trawling: north nil! not be necessary to follow
the dark" but that
he was necessary cials last year when R, S & II ing services: Chapter 168 OES will Sunday morning the men of Mt Zion AME Church, Rev. on Walnut Street when he failedto Irving Berlin's suggestion and
explained, was first terminated by the )1)) Prepare plans and speci- render a musical program Sun- the church will be selling break- Gilyard, pastor. Sunday School, stop at the Intersection with murder the bugler. Just

engineers.professional ethics among Council. At that time, however, fications to obtain bids for a day, Oct. 18, at 3 p.m. at fasts beginning at 8 a.m. The 10 a.m. Morning service at 11. SH-16 accordiiiR lo l'atrolmanGreen's smashing\ a recording will do
new diesel engine-generator u- Greater Bethlehem Free Will Evening service, 6 p.m. Visitors -
of bacon Chevroletwas HIP job.
the Council ended up takingR menu will consist or report. The
The Committee has
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Bradford defense player' After an exchange of punts side kick and recovered the ball Bradford then ran out the Scoring by quarters: THE "WHITE :
three and half quarters of outstanding Orange Park set up shop on the on the Starke 42. On first down clock, as the Tornadoes had The 1970 Bantam Flag Foot- TO BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT, t tI
football as the Bab] Bradford 46. Pike then pickedthe Bradford had Interference their second victory of the year. '
pass Orange Park 0 0 0 6 ball Season opened Tuesday, LIONS CLUB I II
Tornadoes surprised Orange Bradford secondary apart, called them, Statistics I AT THE STARKE
. on moving c Starke 0 0 0 10 Oct. 6, with a double header.Goodman's OCT. 9,
Park 106. with five straight pass com- ball down to the 27. Then on Standard Oil, I HELD: AT THE LIONS t
When the Tornadoes offense pletions. The last one was an first down, Pike was again on BHS OP Touchdowns: Kitchens, IS .NOT BEING
coached: byLynwood
failed to score In the first eight yarder to Cervantes for First Downs 10 9 came from behind to whip Starke CLUB BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF I
three quarters, the defense took the score. The PAT was unsuccessful target and hit a receiver on the Rushing Yards 121 20 Bradford-Earl Wilkinson- Builders Supply 7-6.
over and put a quick eight and Starke held what 13. Pike again went to the air Passing Yards 22 64PCPAPI yard run on pass Interception. The charges of Coach Randall DIRECTORS. I
points on the board with a appeared to be a safe lead with on first down, but it was our 2-6-1 9-11-3 Orange ParkCervants 8- Davis took a 6-0 lead late in the
safety and a pass Interception 1:22 remaining. own Strickland on the receivingend Fumbles 0 2 yard pass from Pike.Tornado. first half on an Eddie Akridge I' _______________
which was ran back for the Orange Park than tried an
on- with 20 seconds remaining. Penalties 85 25 pass to Samuel Pittman. The
JVHomecoming ---------- .
TD.Orange Park finally put it touchdown was set up when Jeffrey rI ------
I Intercepted a
all together and scored with

but 1:28: it remaining came too In late the with game too, Tornadoes Must Play touchdown Goodman's on scored the final the play lying; of To The People of Bradford County: .
when Jackson Pre- I
little. Set TonightThe the game
vatt passed to Terry Fox. The I
The first half was mainlya I
vamp'! winning extra not'' t was
defensive battle with Brad- 4 To WinTornado Tornado Junior Varsity Prevatt to Jimmy. Lamb.
a pass !
Quarters -
ford coming out on top. The I I would like to take this opportunity to express .1
Bradford defense denied Orange ; play homecominggame appreciation to the people
Park a first down and threw tonight against a tough Koch Drugs, coached by Gene I mv deep
gridders must Bucholz team. Rayburn, squared off against of Bradford County for their extreme kindI I
them for a minus 13 yards put Hurse says. Tornado Hnebaci
missed tackles, a break down in Coach John Allen expects the I the last three months!'! during -
total offense. together four quarters of good ers stunted Into the hole SA the defense when SA Wayne McLeod's charges ness to me over .
Bradford while making six football If they expect to win was running the ball into 90 16 crucial yards on a reverse gained largest crowd yet at tonight's Doyle E. Conner Insurance A- I my first political ventureIf .
against anybody left on their game. Game time is 7 p.m. gency. I
first downs failed to score, per cent of the time. Biggestproblem
when Tornado
as key penalises stopped the schedule, Coach David Hurse players didn'tstay Monday was a dark day for Koch's. came off with a 6-0
Tornadoes drives.In says. was that BUS defenders home. Turning point of the J.V. as quarterback Eddie hard fought victory.Koch Drugs I
the third quarter,the Brad- For two straight games the the overran stunts. the ball carrieron the the second game, half Hurse says, was Hazen broke his collar bone and scored the only touchdown of I It was my privilege to enter your homes. I
Tornadoes have had second penally; on the with James Sewell being pro- the : when Wade Winkler I
ford a game
defense forced Orange That Is with become totally( familiar with
the problem a kick off which gave SA good meet you and
Park!; Into a punting situation half "mental breakdown" as plated to the varsity squad. ran for 23 yards. Second half .
stunting defense, Coach Sexton, field position and kept BHS Steve Strickland will replace I the problems of the people of Bradford
with fourth and twelve to go. Coach Mike Sexton terms it. in charge of the BHS defen- in the hole. was a stale mate with neither
will be Invaluablt-
Upon receiving the ball, the "We're just as puzzled about sive line, explained. Stunts are There Hazen and Ulysses Dommon will team being able to put the I Count The experience I
Tornadoes marched from their our second 'what-you-call- very effective when they work the SA performance were however.spots in fill in at Strickland's old posi- ball in the end zone. to me" in the future. I
40 It' as the next fella," Hurse tion, Allen I
on down to the 6, where properly but can break down. Captain Jimmy Alvarez drew reported.
the Bradford offense again said Monday as he and his staff BUS missed 32 tackles, mostof praise from Coach Hurse for Allen said that Gainesville'steam I I
stalled. went over films of Live Oak's them around the line of his running on offense and for "has real good size, and SCHEDULEThursday
Orange Park then took over games. Tornado 'gridders work scrimmage, the SA game film his alert defensive play. will probably M the largest I My wife. Virginia. joins me In sayingTHANK I
on their 6, but the Tornadoes hard, run sprints, they are in showed. That's more missed Both Coaches Hurse and Sex- team we'll face this season." Oct. 8- 3:45 Koch YOU for your many kindnesses. .
defense good physical shape, but for They don't do! Starke Builders, 5:00 I
Drugs :
came through again. tackles than a BUS team had ton pointed out that strong line- anything: fancy, vs
On first down host of some reason they are lettingup on offense Insurance Standard II
a tor- in a good while.However backer Danny Jackson his they generally run Conner vs
nadoes, led by Earl Wllkerson, In the second half. the BHS line is best performance of the gave from the 'T' formation and Oil. I Randy Johns
dumped the Orange Park back That's a switch from the Big Improving. That was proven son. lIe made several hey sea- they Just use their size to move Tuesday, Oct. 133:45: Stan- .
for an eight yard loss and the Red squads which used to come by the way the line made St. and was the second leading plays you out. But they set up in a dard Oil vs Koch, 5:00: Conner ( )
safety. on stronger in the second half Augustine work when they got tackler with 8 tackles and one multiple defense and get a lit- Insurance vs Starke Builders. ,.----------------J '
Starke upon receiving the than the first. near the BUS goal. Coach Sex- assist, and knocked down two tle fancy." {
kick, marched down to the "We just have to work on -
ton points out that the Tornado - --- --- -
Orange Park 20, where they developing pride,"Coach i lIurse defensive line has not alloweda passes.Safety Tim Murphey saved a
again had to give up the ball. said, summing it all up. The touchdown on the ground. Every first half touchdown when he
But Starke wasn't to be coaches talked to their play-
TD scored BUS
against back
pedaled in front of two
denied as Earl Wiiherson intercepted ers about that, but were unable '
this SLADE'S
season SA
come on a blockers to bring down Jac-
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10-0 lead with 7-41 remaining BUS had an excellent game is "what killed us against St.
In the game. plan against St. Augustine, Augustine." He pointed to the (Cont'd on Pg. 9)


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Be Tough -
It was then fourth down with SA was penalized 15 yards fora The Yellow Jackets completely then passed five yards to wide-
bare inches to go for a first foul on the next turned the ballgame aroundin out Tim Murphey In the right
Live Oak Is a tough football C1 Jimmy Alvarez went off tackltf. play personal, pushing the Jackets backto : the second half, ending up flat and a motion penalty; a-
team, the Bulldogs will be at runner. lie plays middleguardin was hit at the line of scrim- the BUS 26 yard line. That with 281 total yards gained to gainst SA netted BUS another
home, and tomorrow's night's Live Oak's 5-4 defence.Run- mage, but spun off and squirmed broke the drive although Hart- 167 for BHS. BHS had 149 yards five yards to the Jacket five

I'. a will be their home- ning back Benjamin Williams, his way to the half yard mark. ley did complete one 12 yard gained,the first half, comparedto yard line.That .
crime 20 th e second. SA had 121
On first down, then QB Johns
160-10, is the best Bulldog run- pass to the BUS 14 again.
total the first half.
I It all adds up to another ner. Williams is fast and runs sneaked over for the touchdown.St. Starting from their 14, the yards gave SA a first down
/; rough night for Coach David the option well. He is spelledby ,. Augustine began to show Tornadoes then drove 56 yardsto { St. Augustine middle in the tore up the Tornado on the BHS nine yard line as
second half
)1 Hurse and his Fighting Tor- Kenny II anker son, a hard what was coming In the second eat up most of the remain- L.r springing fullback Steve Ste-, the Tornadoes were penalized .,'
nadoes. Hurse places Live Oak period driving 52 yards to ttte Johns half the
.'i I sophomore runner.Quarterback der of the second period. : wart and tailback Robert Bar- way to goal.
on a par with Bishop Kenny Hal Fletcher, BHS 11 before getting Into was mixing his running and num for five and six yards Three rushes by Beach, Wil-
and St. Augustine. The Bull- 175-11. who is tabbed the best trouble on a penalty.; Quarter- passing game and the Big; Red time after time Stewart, SA's son, and Lewis netted seven
dogs will be the best passing football player Live Oak has. back Mike Hartly passed Just was moving until SA safety; hard earned yards for SA. On
strongest the
team the Tornadoes will have lie runs his pass patterns well over the Tornado line to full- James Burney intercepted a runner, was game fourth down from the two yard
leading ground gainer and workhorse
faced. has good hands, and can hang back Joe Lewis who took the pass with 21 seconds remainin ) He carried 17 times for line Hartley faked the sprint'out
"They're a real tough opponent onto the football ball on the fly and raced to the haU.Opening. .. .w 74 around his left end and
,," Coach Hurse says. Live Oak, in other words, the BUS 10 yard Une on a play the third period, a Captain yards, Jimmy a 4.3 yard Alvarez average. threw to Martin In the clearin .

"What we need to do is put can run and pass equally well. that covered 42 yards. Tornado fired-up SA defense put the T. ried 12 times for BHS for car-37 the endzone.
together four quarters of good The Bulldogs don't get downin safety; Tim Murphey gave brakes on the BHS option, net yards 3.1 Tornado defenders had rushedto
a yard average.
ground In front of two block-
football. Alvarez Johns the leaving the
a set position about 75 per throwing and QB BITS is 1-1-1 after the stop run
Live Oak is 2-1 for the sea- cent of the time. They run ers to tackle Lewis and savea for losses of four and six yards. point loss. They have beaten one endzone completely unoccupied.

son. The Bulldogs have beaten and pass from an upright position touchdown. Johns punted from his 15 yard Baker, tied Bishop Kenny and Lewis was stopped by'' Joey
Palatka and Holies of Jackson- line, a 40-yarder SA's James lost 8-7 to SA In three games, Branson and Gary Melvin as he
ville Last Friday they lost a Live Oak will severely test Burney fumbled at his 45 yard the last two rough contests. tried to run for a two point

'squeaker to Quincy 22-21 in the the Tornado pass defense. The line, then returned it 11 yardsto SA is 2-1, having opened witha .conversion.
:last 30 seconds. They'll want Bulldogs' team speed is pro- the Tornado 46. win over Class AA Ocala, Fighting back, BHS' Johns
to take it out on the Tornadoes, bably comparable to Bishop Going up the BHS middle St. then losing 13-0 to Lake City completed two passes, for 6

Hurse figures. Kenny, Coach Nurse says. Augustine's Stewart, Lewis,and n f ."4i before edging Bradford High; and 9 yards, and was aided bya
Last season the two teams Best interior lineman for Live Barnum got 2, 7, 7-1/2 8, 3, u1YYy. Friday night. 15-yard penalty; against SA.
played to a 0-0 tie in Starke. 6 and 3 BItS But second down from the
Oak is tackle Clifford Hunter, yards to the 13. Starting out with a bang here on
The series will resume tomorrow 210 pound senior. lie plays offense f There the Big Red defense got Friday, the Jackets were roost- Jacket 40, a Johns pass sailed
at 8 p.m. In Live Oak. usually, but Is put at tough. On third down and a ing on the BUS 31 yard line right Into the hands of SA's
The Tornadoes will eo into defensive tackle if Live Oak k yard to go from the 10, big after receiving the kick. The Bruce Moorehouse.
battle in Live Oak minus the wants to stop a play. Len Register, GUS defensive fullback Stewart, sprinted 29
services of fullbacklinebackerDale Tight end Alford Linton 160- tackle, nailed Barnum at the ------- --- -"-' -- .'--..,- "."- "- yards up the BITS middle ina Statistics

Johns who Is out with a 11, Is a tough two-way player, line of scrimmage.The preview of things to come.
concussion received in the St. lie runs good pass patterns, big fullback, Stewart, liradfprrl's Tim :Murphey takes a Dean Johns pass But SA's Robert Barnum was
Augustine game. Johns' returntb is a good blocker, and has the r tried it up the middle but found against/ St Au uo1tine.lle also! prevented an SA touchdown hit hard by BUS linebacker. 'BUS SA

the team is a question mark. soeed and moves he needs. no home, but did get enough for with a beautiful tackle from his !safety' position.The Joey Branson; the ball flew up First Downs ', 10 15
Junior Charles Wright will Linton plays the left defensive the first.t in the air and Bradford's Fare- Rushing Yds 102 146
from defensive end to From the 9-1/2 line Passing Yds 65 137
move yard Yellow Jacket defense Ion McClellan fell
end.Guard L lines, and the smell of pay- on It at the
fill the inside linebacker 160-11 is Lewis drove the middle but Passes Compl't 8-15-2 8-17-1
spot Terry Mills, up allowing the Tornadoes only dirt in their noses, the Jackets BHS 30.Using.
left open by Johns'injury.Sophomore another tough football player came unglued from the football five yards rushing the second the option, a big gainerfor Fumbles Lost 0 3
Gaskins will take and Tornado Brad Carter finally got their touchdown with Penalties 20 40
Randy who plays linebacker on de- half compared to 97 the first, BITS In the first half, quar-
over Wright's defensive left fense. His running mate, guard recovered to end that threat. 3:12: left in the ball game.Quarterback terback Dean Johns pitched out Punts 5-31 3-31
end post Phil Hancock, is a steady ball SA's Larry Martin punted kept the Tornadoes in a hole Mike Hartley, faking a to running back Jimmy Alvarezfor
Coach Hurse also plans to player. At 160 pounds, Hancock from the Bradford 39 and SA's the final two quarters. The sprint around his left end, threw 13 yards and a first down. Score by quarters:
use Junior fullback-halfback is not too big, but is quick. Bruce Wilson downed the pig- Jacket offense repeatedly drove two yards Into the endzone to Fullbacks Brad Carter and Dale
Kelly Forsyth to rest running Halfback Larry Holland is a skin at the Tornado two yard for the BUS goal Une in the split end Larry Martin for the Johns hit for six and two yards, BHS-7 000-7
back Alvarez line to set the Alvarez second half but TD which put SA ahead 8-7. SA 0026-8''
Jimmy who has little 130-pound senior speedster up safety.; was staved off and QB Johns kept around right
been over worked In the last lie Is used as the pro was stopped for no gain by a stubborn Tornado defense The Tornadoes began march- end for a second first down at
two ball games. Alvarez has man and will worry the Tornadoes by the Jacket line. until almost the final period. ing downfield and it looked as the SA 34.Malachi. Touchdowns:
been the workhorse of the back- with his speed and pass On second down QB Johns The Tornadoes were caught if a serious threat might materialize Henry got six yards
field, averaging 17 carries per receiving ability; Per got in trouble trying the option behind their own goal with a But SA's Bruce around left end on the option BHS- J 1) Johns, 1/2-yd. run.
game, and has played the defensive Live Oak platoons six of its 4. to the right His pitchoutto minute left in the third per- Moorehouse, a linebacker,end- EP kick by Johns, good.
safety; spot. eleven players. Among the two- i Alvarez was off target The iod, making the socre 7-2. ed any such thoughts by Inter- and Alvarez got 16 more at SA1). J) Safely; 2 points;
Sophomore Brad Carter, Improving way players Warren Is a defensive b ball rolled loose In the Brad- Those two points proved necessary cepting a Dean Johns pass a right end for first down at the 2)) Martin two-yard pass from
with every game, will halfback, McMullen: is : 6 ford endzone but Alvarez got to St.. Augustine's win. midfIeld. St. Augustine used up SA 14 yard line. QB Dean Johns Hartley Lewis EP run nogood.
have the fullback spot all to a defensive tackle, Buckner Is l to it first. He saved a touchdown After fumbling the ball twice, the remaining 1:35: to preservethe
himself this week except when the middleguard, Linton is a but SA got a safety; and at the HI IS nine and one yard win.

spelled by Forsyth defensive end, and Mills a linebacker 44 I
Live Oak is relying on speed .
more than anything else In 1970. Larry Mercer

The Bulldogs have a balanced 4 Quarters Linebacker
attack, passing about half the In To My Fellow CitizensOF

time. (Cont'd from Pg. 8)) 8th Army LeagueLarry

Fullback Charlie Buckner, Quarterback Dean Johns also imAnroui) COUNTYManv
195-12 is the ?
toughest boy on
had his best completion per- D. Mercer, son of Mr.
the team and most ulEDMONDSON thanks to the fine people
powe 1 Tfh ..,
and Mrs. Mickey D. Mercer,
centage, connecting on 8 of 17
passes, about 47 per cent. of Starke, will be playing foot- who voted for me in my recent
r Soph fullback Brad Carter ball this fall for the Korea Campaign.
Support Command Chargers In ,

also continued half Wayne to improve.Testone Defensive the League.8th U.S. Army Football 4 yy +, I would' like to especially thank

Landclearing had t those who t worked for
also a sophomore, played Tipping the scales at 195, the natively
*. three steady games for the 6-foot Mercer will be playing and..supported me.
BULLDOZING Tornadoes now, the coach pointed -
linebacker for the Chargers,
*. MOWING out, and turned in a fine '
who will be the I "taw
battling Corps
*. TRACTOR WORK performance against St.Augus- Bullseyes, the 2nd Infantry Division E... W., HODGES: JR.
tine. Linebacker 1\Ialachillen- and the 7th Infantry
Fill Dirt and ry was also credited with a Division Bayonets for league Taking off the option Alvnrex
good defensive job, althoughhe on Jimmy leading Tornado ground
Lime Rock
has not developed offensively honors. gainer.! ROCS for long yardage: against S.two .\.
Qualified Operator Mercer Is a 1968 graduate
Coach HurseIs
as of Bradford
High School. lie
Phone 964.7205 hoping Henry will come a- points.
entered the Army in August
round against Live Oak. SA's Bruce Wilson returnedthe
Starke. Florida 1969, completed basic combat BHS kick off to the Brad
BUS' defensive tackles received training at Fort Leonard Wood, ford 48. The Jackets were ofi
the highest praise of Mo. and arrived In Korea In and running again. This time He G rein And Grew And Grew!
July of this When
the season for their play against year. not they reached the Tornado one
"Probably their best playing football, he Is an ar- yard line before Barnum again
JacksonvilleBusiness game," Coach Sexton said, morer with the 23rd Director coughed up the football. Brad
speaking of Len Register, Gene of Support Group and has the rank ford's Tim Murphey recovedin AND IS STILL GROWING !

Harris, Brad Carter, and Bob Speciallst-4.: the endzone for a touchback.
Dyal. The Jackets drove to the one
Inside linebacker Joey Bran- Sexton would have liked themto yard line on those quick hits

son led the team with 11 tack- be. up the BUS middle and one 1953 1957 192! 1966
t<"> and 5 assists. Offensively, tackle Len Register 16 yard run around right end
lie and Dale Johns were cre- was credited with his best by SA's Bruce Wilson. When
dited with doing an outstanding game to date, and Gene Harris the Tornado defense got stubborn Bradford High Southern State State

DirectoryAuto job at times in stuntingInto turned In his most solid per- holding SA to five yardsIn School Tech Representative Senator
the hole, but they over- formance at strong guard. three downs, quarterbackMike
ran the ball carrier, Sexton Although the BUS defense gave Hartley Ulrewa nine yard.
Sales and Service said, much of the time. up yardage on some big plays, er on fourth down to Wilson
Coach Sexton also had praisefor when the going got rough the for a first down at the one
big Danny Jackson, notinghis defense got tough. Coach Sex- yard line. But Barnum's second -
Parrish MotorsSALES key plays. ton noted the defense caused fumble ended the threat. CANDIDATE FOR
Guard Gene Harris and tackle three SA fumbles with hard But St. Augustine was not to
Brad Carter turned in their hitstwo by Gene Harris and be denied. The Jacket defense 11970 1 STATE TREASURER
best games to date,Sexton said. one by Joey Branson. stopped the Tornadoes up the
SERVICE Both were more aggressive a- Overall, the line did a good middle, and around both end.
PARTS gainst SA.Defensive. Job the first hall Coach Sexton Dean Johns punted, a short
ends Charles summed up, but had a lot of 20-yarder, as he hurried the ..vdt

Alw.7> Good Used Can Wright and Farelon McClellan breakdowns in assignments In kick In the face of a deter dt
played better football Fridayand the second half. But he backed mined SA rush.
til Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 made fewer mistakes, but his head coach up in denying From his 41, Hartley threwa :
were not as aggressive as Coach the let down Is because the screen pass to fullback Lewis TOM SLADE
ELECTRIC MOTORS Tornadoes are not In good shapeor who ran 36 yards to the BUS
physically tough. 23 before Jimmy Alvarez nailed
>o him.
PEAVY Brothers b Stewart got St. Augustine five Your Next

1=' yards over right tackle, but ,
Electric Co. CALL FOR BIDS
then lost half a yard up the
middle when Dale Johns tossed
Electric Motors The Board of County; Commissioners And Insurance
of Bradford County him for a loss. SA's Jimmie State Treasurer
Repaired Beach found running
Sold Serviced no room
; Starke, Florida, will accept
Armaturt over right tackle Bradford's
Generators Starters
bids on the 19th of October
Danny Jackson nailed him for
Rewinding. Aak 1970 on three full 2 ton trucks. Commissioner i
no gain. On fourth down and
4044. Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Trucks to be equipped with ,
five from the BHS 18, Hartley .
the following
Charley : went to the air again to Mike

PIANOS CONN YAMAHA ORGANS and KIMBALL PIANOS Johns E. AlI front heavy Transmission Tires and: duty rear.Transmission 920 tube to: transmission.Five be type;equippedwith speed tire, Jimmy tone called Meade, but Alvarez on The pass Tornado pass interference and Wayne fell denfenders Incomplete Tes-was- Needs Your Help NOW 1 1A

power take off on right
About This Question: rear drive Bringing its best team In
Rear Axel: Two speed rear five or six years to Starke
"We have joined the ranksof axel. Friday night, St. Augustine's number of local citizens have expressed a desire to financially assist TOM

American campers, cu.Engine In. V-8.: Not less than 350 hard Yellow won Jackets 8-7 football took win home overa a SLADE in his bid for the above office This interest is appreciated. The

with a complete camping killjoy Wheel Base: Not less than 128 stubborn Bradford Tornado contributions are needed and will be wisely used to elect SLADE on Nov.
trailer.. Now a in. and not over 136 Inches.: defense.
friend reminds us of the Front Axel: Not less than Not since 1956 have the tw 3rd.

risks of highway accident, 7,000 pounds capacity; teams played) such a closely
KIMBALL "SWINGER" from fire wind or Rear Axel: Not less than 17- fought contest Then as Fri- Your contribution will be a donation toward GOOD GOVERNMENT.The .
ORGANS theft! family liability 500 pounds capacity; day night, the score was 8-7 importance of this office cannot be over-emphasized" and the best man
Brakes: Full air, cam type and a safety; spelled the difference ,

Roosevelt :Mall-188-8319 isks. Does the have Charley the insurance E. brakes.Motor !In winning and losing. for this office is SLADE. He is a dedicated public servant with the ability
Johns Agency : to be equippedwith Bradford dominated the first
WESTERN STORE protection to put heavy duty; radiator. half but the situation was more and character needed to make Florida and outstanding Treasurer and In-

minds at ease1"Charle Truck to be equipped with all than reversed in the second
our standard equipment half. Coach David Hurse's Tor- surance Commissioner.

LITTLE DUDE E. The Board will pay $1,000.00down nadoes drove 70 yards In 14
on each truck, and the plays to score with four min Please mail your checks to the address shown below.
Western Store balance will be paid January utes remaining in the first per-
reserves the rightto Quarterback Dean Johns went
Western Clothtat LeaU1er- 131 So. Walnut St. reject any or all bids. over from half a yard out then 998STARKE.
Saddle and Trailer
goods. Phone 96-i.*070, added the point after for a 7-0 FLORIDA
Charles Sharon Patty .
10/8 2t 10/15 lead which almost held up for
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FORESTER ATTENDS Some Wives May Run Risk Of Medicare DelayA

er explained that this Is true, matte possible this early Medi-
wife whose husband is
the husband Is still care enrollment for the wife.
Covington Woodley, U.S. Dapartment younger than she is may run even though
He cautioned that near-
of Agriculture, Soil c ,, ,,1,1'a the risk of delaying her entitlement working and not even thinking anyone limited
65 has only a
r of retiring and filing for social Ing age
At Tax Charge Conservation Service em- 1t''r under Medicare. period of time In which to enroll -
f +
ployee, has Just completed a I >a William Fisher,Social SecurIty Fisher security.; Invited couples in for the doctor bill partof
1i Ohl
week of Intensified Field
leadership { ; Representative for to Medicare. If they want this
o training at the South Bradford these affected alte groups
An attempt >is being made by Technical Service Regional County; said this situation contact him at the Civil Defense coverage to start at age 65,

the Starfca city; council to negotiate "The FlorldaIeagueofbunitapallrisa In Fort Worth, Texas. Center, :r has never concerns worked a under wife who Building In Starke and they must sign up for It In one
of the three months Just be-
the charge the county; receive an explanation of the
advises that 1/4 of one Woodley Is assigned to the security; or who does not
which fore their 65th birthday
and collect
will mate to assess per cent Is a fair charge, also Clay, Bradford, and Union Soil have enough work credits of special arrangements .
city; taxes that It should be done free, as and Water Conservation Dis her own to qualify for Medicare - - - ,.
Under a new state law the this Is a duplicate charge on the tricts. K If she Is nearing her

county; must assess and collect, tax payers within the city; as The subject of communication 65th birthday and if her hus-
city; taxes, enabling a city; property they PlY both city; and county; received a major portion l1 band is at least 62 years old, REGISTRATIONFor !

; owner to pay all his taxes for services. of study due to Its Importancein It + it is possible for the wife to
taxes In one office. with The be enrolled
working people. now for Medicare
Tax Assessor Gene Long bas "The City; Council,therefore, art of communication through protection on his record. FishWISH The GED Test Will Begin
been doing the city's; tax roll Is willing to negotiate a charge writing, speaking, and listening .
for years and charging about of 1/4 of one per cent and no were presented by Walter I'D SAID OCTOBER 5th thru THE 9th
$3 000. more than one per cent. Chessmore, Bill Brown andVUrren :.
A few weeks ago a city; com-
Long said Turkett, of the Center THAT a More Information Call
mittee of Councilmen Orle Wig yesterday he has For
gins and Jimmy Bowen Clerk received the letter. He expressed and Training public Staff.relations Human were relations other Forestry Unit Safety Atvard I
Edwards and Attorney dtssatifactlon with the
Merrill -
George 'Pierce met with Long city's; action. subjects receiving considerable AreaVocationalTechnical
attention. The Gainesville District in .' :+. Bradford-Union
and Tax Collector J.R. Kelly J.C. Prevatt,Jr., center, District .
on the matter of payment for "I thought we had an agree Since eighty; per cent of our Ranger, and J.W. Kelley, competition with eighteen districts
both services. ment among gentlemen" Long time while awake is spent In Jr., right, Assistant District of the Florida Division The difference between .

An agreement was made tllen said he Intends to have no more communication: this becomesone Ranger; Florida Division of of Forestry throughout the "she's !good looking" and Center

for Long to charge three per correspondence with the city; of our most Important tools Forestry, are shown receiving state, has won this Safely; Award "she's looking jrood" is about
'cent of 95 per cent of the city; clerk about the situation. and often one of the mose neg a Safety Award from D.H. Ep for having no personal injury to 20 years and 40 pounds. 964-6150 :-

tax roll and for Kelly to charge lected. person, Forest Education Of. employees during the 1969-70 Robert Dv:.Burgess!!, The Opp AT
three per cent of his collections The county; assessor also fleer. fiscal year. (Ala.) News.
for the city's.; This would run pointed out that Ms tax roll Is

the city's; cost over $5,000, according being prepared: by a computer
to the council's esti firm this year and that he Isn't
mate. certain what it will cat If the r 1

Since determining that and cost Is less t>expected, Long I eAG el

being told by Clerk Edwardsthat said; he would be willing to negotiate -

other cities are paying only on the 1970 tax roll. '

1/4 of one per cent to one pet "I j OUAtANTIIO ,
cent, the Council Is having sec daft want ""* public haa.1eperlodJO QUALITY '
ond thoughts. Long said. Theassesspr *

Clerk Edwards, in an Aug. 25 said he would perfer not Say re OUASANTIIO '
letter to Long, stated that the to bother with the city; but Is ;,' LOWER PRICESOUASANTII
Council has unanimously rejected bound by the new state law as .' '-

the county's; proposal of Is the tax collector. The county; .

three percent. will proceed with assessing e Ir Li1>f SATISFACTION ,:
"After further Investigation collecting the taxes this year,
by the council committee with Long said. Hia tax roll has already Oa TOYa .:.r
other cities for these charges been sent to the computer YOUR SAVINGS DEFINITELY c ? '

It was found that most cities firm, he Indicated. '.
contacted were paying only V 4 ADD UP TO MORE AT EAGLEI .,

of one per cent for this ser- The tax collector Is on vacation -

vice," Edwards stated In his and could not be reached ...1 [..J..l'l.H: [.),.-.,:(.) ..n." 1II.IIii_ _..I [.J'lll _:r.III-H','" U".II.1' HHi''.
letter to Long._ Wednesday for comment.


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Action For Dlvoree I
Long lasting sol.. 14" X 50"Rich
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George E. Uuykin. Defend- d- OV/Al Nff/ 0"' t:.'..).. qualityeasycar TO LAYAWAY / I ,

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In Tho Name Of Th State .. Vinyl. I 14' X .
Of Florida \ _ww a. y Opens any size can 50"sire.. I YOUMachine
TO Defendant In the above. .... wr*, Automatic lid lifter. Wooden SAVE 1.M.i"
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you Are Hereby the Brown Removeable Full
that ult for '
niarrUKe between you and the "Government spending and Black. "',, cutting wheel. Len th I
Plaintiff. Willie Mae Uoykln. give you an idea why laws J 25'f /Ifs wew, I
order traneferln title of auto Yom' So comfortable Full MODEL FW Precision tuninj
presently mobile to Plaintiff resrletered, which In the I.! are called bill." for work play comfort aiM Laa i0 E ,ij, Vinyl case. ,

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the above-
required to James Earl Cod I /
cause and you are Plaintiff v. E 1
the your Complaint defense as or lath..raIn Hen Bt.. *d.m'Action
with the Clerk of the Clr. To James Earl Comierawhose
cult Court in and for Bradford realdence l.. nJ"JMrlJf x 56
County Courthouse StarKe, You Ai* Hereby u
Florida 32 U. and serve a copy an action for divorce has wacLe
thereof upon Plaintiffs attor- KSn riled a aln.t you and you ,
Hey Barton T. Douglas P. O. are required..to serve a copy It on of ,aOM OUR MIN'S & aOYS'DIPAUMINTI 0 i\\ \i in n MI ir ,,,-.
Drawer 122S. 10 J North MainStreet. your d.fen. It anY'Jto 7 X 3S
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October 22, Attorney whoa addnob
801. on nr before -' MEN'S PERMANENT PRESS BOYS'
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betaken Flurida'on before the 3rd YoU :
Judgement will or
Default for the relief of October. 1 70. and 111* SHIRTS FLARE LEGPANTS ; +
against you day b SAVE "
of 3-9 Prismatic binoculars,
Cleric ai K (
Complaint with th* .
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I demanded I hall before. service ..... O ,oc ..
and thereafter said cause this Court either or YOU 0.' ... .1S. Zeiss style, coated .
proceed / on Plaintiff attorney SAVE I Full strength. Fine : Field '
Shnens Pm'h.nd and seal Immediatelywlie th.r.aU.r: oehet YOU eW, optics. view'
Court this 15 day of a fhebrelledeed. 36C:1 quality.j PLUS xp r 34Ift.atIOOds.
of VA.IS Starke.Florida. QYOU1tor \: SAYE Sit .ae, x ;
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[ : : : J Notice 1. Meruy GIVen.that -
]Cu...* Smith the holder of the -
By KnM Blanebard fuliowlntc cartiftcuttji has CUed
maid certificate fur a tax:

SLADE GAS died of certificate Issuance to be numbers leeued the theroon.deatirlutton and year The : KNOW YOUR l"\\\ a
Pa. Is t
CHURCH ACTIVITIES visiting Mr. and Mrs.
of the property And the nai>taa' I
Grace United Methodist: Sun S.C. Harley for a few weeks. In which it wua asmiaiHid. are ., '
day School, 9:45 Worship Mrs. A.C. Pearce visited .a (ullowaC.rti.rh.te FURNITURE
: a.m. her No. 70. Year of la.BUll" ts i -
Pre-Season Services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. son, R.W. Sapp and family, In MYF 7 p.m. Prayer Service, Jacksonville Sunday. of Property Lots : "
7.4. U ana 10 of lilork 3 In \
Wednesday 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter ,Sunny Acre S.D Sea 21-6-21
First Baptist: Sunday School, had Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Doug- Name In which afaenaed ALfred !TSy BILL WILSON ", ti
9:45: a.m. Worship Service, 11 las of Miami and Mrs. Ruby All llarnes of mild Kotute.: property being ,I ,'.. .. r
a.m. and 8 p.m. Training Union Waters of Palatka as guests In the County: of ilradfurd. If'\
7 Midweek Services for the weekend. State of Florida.Unless ,.
p.m. Together they ouch certificate or ONE KEL1C: RI.J1Ui\;:' e
HEATING SALEGreat Wednesday 8 p.m. attended the Roy Clemons birth- certificate shall be redeemed ,
Church of God:Sunday School, day reunion last Sunday. accurdliiK In to such.law certificate the propertydescribed 'or OF MAYFLOWER VOYAGEOnly
10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Harley certificates. will be sold to the ,
7:30 p.m. YPE, Thursday 7:30: were Sunday dinner guests of highest bidder at the courthouse .
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley In day I In door month on the first November. MUII l J ,>e'
p.m.Highland Starke. heo 2nd day of ; one cxiaU .
Baptist Sunday 1870 which In _. dr
: Bargains To You School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 11 November Dated. this IB'U.10th day of Sep. from the historic j
a.m and 7:30 p.m. Prayer Ser tember 1870. Mayflower voyage I ......
Our CustomersWe vice, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.followed I. The County Ja'....lae'a.:. Florid.Cour4 l (SKAL.Inniun.> D. Green :t which brought; the
nrntlford c. .
by choir practice. ocr Clerk of Circuit Court of I; first pilgrims to our I..n..eI..r.dl.
In "RE"K. ato of Calvin I J. Bradford County. Florida t
: Strangely
Cr.w: Pel..a."d. lUl H 102JIm ;lli.
appreciate your Business, and lo prove PERSONALS Notl"e oro CredltnraAll of enough; it's a hahy'g nj
It check these :.1 I Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders cl'edll"I'' "'of". the deceased"t..te, are .iiJ cradle the wicker
Specials Act and Calvin J.
Early were visited Sunday by their hereby 'notrr ..d and ralulredto The Circuit Conrt Of Flo.- entitle that rocked f
Save! children, Mr. and Mrs. James the nnY Claims 01' d.mllndawhkh axalnatacid tt.t.And Jellclal, rlNalt, Ja \Vhite.
have 1 CountyCivil Peregrine
they nnv For MrnOCoril 'A
Anders and of Palatka, the '
family of
In the nffk I f\ ,
"tate D No. \
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jen- County .Tudor of nrndfordCounty I.\I:
Idns and family Jacksonville. Florldn.: I, In the.CourtHouse wtthIn Sylvia Jeanette Lyle.PMn.: g 1\\1:
at Starke. Florldn Edward Everett Lyle; D.rnr.r.d l fr.iill fromllriilnnv
WARM tiff vs settlers could
UP SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs Earl Mosley elx calendar: monlha fromthe efends nt. Early
have as a guest this week Mrs.Mosley's date of the flr-t. !pubItca>i Tfilii NOTICE OF, SUIT Lye.whose bring very little in r
; TO: EdvmrJ Kverett furniture wills them,. \ ehilia
mother, Mrs. Mary resident and uddresa In. the way: of \
Johns, of Jacksonville. They ; Unvk"uWnAr.' Notified capacity wa-t flight' ; and, of coiiii.. nutty .,.!
were visited Sunday by Mr. that an notion Hereby for divorce,.all. I.:: HClllcr' belongingrir/ / lot lo Indians.
and Mrs. Edgar Strickland of child custody child upSort the
; Bcr.'iti-tc of lliifiirnituif making in
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Green Cove Springs.Ed : cost, "t has"'ir.nfe.t: filed and g';.ln"' \ty' New England: coloniri fliiui i i-lioil l from the c
and Barbara Mosley and you and you are required *oierve ,
daughter Lisa, have returned D bX CCr-.. Adm.nlstrator. ', a, If copy any of to your It on written'defenses A. Z. a very first :
from a week's vacation tra- "F.ota.e Calvin J. Strip-
of the; of ;'Jl.dklnM, Jr. and Robert O.
i veling In the Carolinas and Crewa.. de..eall"c1.NDERS, ;,iU.nlt. whose Attorneys .for Plaintiff *.
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Virginia. They visited the falls lT
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In Glenvllle. N.C. 142'Weat Call Street ida and tile'the lorlalnal.
Mrs. Mae Wells has her sis- Stal'k. Florida. Aflmtnl.tr.tnfat.Sn. the'clerk of the above styled: B l
ter, Mrs. Llnnle Gilchrist,vis- Tlret Attorney' = :8Pt.tftU: "% court 190 J on otl or a beforevlaaUesel4lRtfGAt.
iting with her for a few weeks. may be .-ntor. "d against: In you the
They enjoyed a trip to Cedar for Complaint.the relief demanded I FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
I Key on Sunday with her daughter l\eiv Rubber Wltneea m y hand nnd Septem-the
seal. of this Court on
Mrs. Martha Dorko, for
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Americans will spend nearly SEAT)1070.
dinner.Friends of J.B. Bradley will $5' billion this year to put Inman Green .. Clerk of {, ,1l'I',, /> the 1/iif//. ,-iitluli/ '1II H >i'ri"'<; t'fJ'
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new rubber between the 8"ld Court All { ::I 1 1'1 i.11'' i II.i iMhVSSd&i I. ",r;
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woman and! child.
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Our editorial. .

rM. Lawtey Had 50,000 '


l Point of view I Orange Trees In 85 t

"The town of Lawtey stand ted It was agreed that farms 'A" .
today a practical demonstra- outside of town would consistof /IJtA ..'
"on not only of the truly mar- 40 or 80 acres each. It .. :
Blous possibilities of the soil was on these tracts that the 33 i1;
nd climate when their condl- members of the Chicago Colony
Controversial Amendments ons are Intelligently studied hoped to make their for
s witnessed by its numerous tunes growing oranges and other
range groves and other frultand fruits and vegetables.
flowers and vegetables ol They made a good start toward -
Florida voters will have their first that without Jobs or family responsi- zany sortsbut of the splrli this goal and by 1885 the
opportunity; to amend the 1968 State bilities, the proposed amendment might nd enterprise of the people, thriving young town of Lawteyand
Constitution when they go to the pollsIn encourage' personal and fiscal ir- Illustrated In their substan- surrounding( area had some
the General Election Nov. 8. responsibility. lal and handsome homes; their 50,000 bearing orange trees.
.omplete system of drainage,by But the disastrous freezes of
rhich otherwise unprofitable the late 8090's dashed their
Now that the primaries are over Supporters of the 18-year-old vote md soggy lands are made to hopes, and members of the ."'" ,.
advocates and opponents of the seven measure would be happier if the Leg- Iossom like the rose; the projected Chicago Colony sold or aban- ,Jt" :" "'ii'- ...,1..1",.
amendments are gearing up to inform islature had not put both issues on driveway from Lawtey, doned their properties to "dirt ... I. .
voters about the proposed changes the ballot, but the compromise was with KIngsley Lake as the objective farmers" who moved In to grow

which have so far received little at- necessary in order to get the lowered point to; and be hereinafter other improvements strawberries cotton and truck "',
tention.In voting age before the people.In mentioned." crops.A "who's who" of Lawtey In fi".,.

regard to Amendment No. 3, the Thus was the budding young the colony days Is containedIn .
the order in which they will appear powerful Conference of Circuit Judgeshas town of Lawtey glowingly described The Florida State Gazeteerfor -.jl

the ballot the amendments will: resolution by a Telegraph corre- 1836-87. which describesthe _. "\_.. ..
on adopted a expressing ... '
spondent Louise Tanner, town as follows: -'" --
strong opposition to the measure.They In the fall of 1884, just ten
1- Lower the voting age to 18 years. consider it unacceptable because, they years after Capt. Thomas J.Burrln. Pictured at opening of new ITT Rayonier woodyard last week are

say "it would violate the doctrineof a good-natured Englishman Population LAWTEY,250.Bradford Joseph County.P. Mc- (from left) : Clint Harris, area supervisor: Hilly Martin, scaler; Alvin -

2Give 18-year-olds "legal majority checks and balances by giving the had bought 18,000 a- Culley, postmaster. Was first Parks slasher operator; and Jim Bryant loader operator.I' .
entitling them to all rights :rea of land In the area and Situated
; Legislature inordinate power over the settled In 1872. on the
and responsibilities of adults. Judiciary" noved In to exploit the tIm- line of the Florida Railway
aer. His large mill, located and Navigation Company's railway -
louth of what Is now the town Lake But- ,
18 miles east of
Streamline the courts into two A Council said Cir- f Is ,
spokesman that > Lawtey, reported to have ler, the county seat. Has express -
levels in counties of more than 100,000 cuit Judges would campaign againstthe ::ut as much as eight million offflce, three general

population, and three levels in smaller amendment because it leaves it feet of lunber yearly. stores, two cotton gins and

counties. up to the Legislature to decide ". Capt.In the Burrin woods"roughed for several It"done grist mills, and a saw mill
school and Methodist church.
whether we have nonpartisan election rears before a Dr. Harris,
Cotton, fruit and vegetablesare
4- Permit issuance of state-backed a Judicial nominating commission,whe- I former newspaperman of To- the principal shipments. & I 1 I
bonds to finance construction of local ther there would be a new court whichwe ledo, Ohio, persuaded him to Malls dally. Gainesville Is the % &/W
facilities. don't iell the group, now known as nearest Lands 1I
anti-pollution need-- a court of reviewof banking point.
administrative actions and leavet :lie Chicago Colony, a tractf sell and $5 to $100 per acre
land for colonization. The
5- Allow sale of state land only it up to the Legislature to determinethe )riglnal town of Lawtey was laid Considerable business Is done
at this place, and its locationis
when in the public Interest. election of those Judges." Hit In 60 acres, In one-acre surrounded by a very pro- _
lots, and colony members drew ductive country." aji

6Extend the terms for membersof County; and juvenile court Judges, tor their locations. After the The businesses of Lawtey at
the House of Representatives from who would gain circuit Judge status was surveyed and platDiggs that time were listed as:

two years to four years. pay, and responsibilities under the Beebe Alden,,B.H.Seth, nursery.W., prop. Bur-

amendment, are expected to campaign rin House. i
Authorize pchool boards to levy for it. They say the amendment would Burrln T.J., saw mill

in excess of the 10-mill limit for up speed the process of justice by Increasing Cross & Coleman saw mill. i
to 10 years to finance school construction the number of judges available Drolshagen, U. & Co. (Gus- :

when approved by the voters. to try cases and by providing tave Drolshagen and Louise
Blanzman), gen. mdse. and'
greater flexibility; In their assignments. drugs.

Somewhat confusing the emotional r h HUI, Erastus G., notary public -
issue of 18-year-old voting is the Conservationists will undoubtedly and land surveyor. r --w'_ x on+ raw

federal law to lower the voting age, support Amendments 4 and 5, which are Lewis & McCulley MortimerC. .. ." ;,J. '_+

thich is now being tested in the courts. expected to draw little if any organ- Lewis mdse., Joseph and drugs.P. McCulley, .

it the federal law is upheld, 18-year- ized opposition. They say that No. 4 gen.McCulley, Joseph P., post-
olds will have the right to vote whe- is a first step towards correctingthe master. The long saw blade on '.C vrl. Cost-Cutter," descends on a load of

there Florida's amendment is approvedor deplorable lack of proper sewage Matteson, G., nursery. pulpwcod, cutting: through the entire stack in minute

not. treatment In many Florida towns and Mattice, Rev. R.B., pastor
cities today. Union church
Shipman, V.J., expo and sta- r
Although there is sure to be con- tion agt. and gen. mdse.
siderable opposition to both amendments The amendment prohibiting sales of Stoughton, C.H., teacher.

involving 18-year-olds, thereis state-owned land except when in the Todd, Edward A., physician

no organized effort up to now. public interest would give the added and surgeon.
of Tren, L., gen. market. 4
weight constitutionality to practices
Tyson, Adam miller andgln-
"The main argument against the presently employed by the Cabinet.HoueeU Named nero
18-year-old vote is that broader ex-
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and maturity are needed" Orange growers and their a-
perience ; \ To"Head Up
members arguing In favor creages were listed as:
before youths of this age are given
William O. Abbott 5 Chas.H. .
the power of the ballot, wrote Dr. of Amendment No.6, say it would Dimes MarchThe Bailey 10; William, ; Ball,

Manning Dauer, University; of Florida result in a more experienced House 10; Mrs. Benham, 20;A.B.Bryan
political scientist, in a recent publication membership and would make the House Bradford-Union Chapter 15; JW. Bushnell, 10; B.J.
presenting arguments on both less subject to the pressures of tem- of the March of Dimes announ- Carpenter, 5, Chas. Christensen -
sides of each amendment. porary public opinion on an issue. ces the appointment of Ralph 7; N. Dunham, 20; D.T.
Opponents of the measure say It Diggs, principal of Bradford Gard, 5; D, Hutcheson, 12; H.H.
School the 1971 cam- Kauffman, 5; W. Knickerbocker -
High as
Some confusion is sure to occur would further remove legislators from paign director.In ; Tunis Lynk, 7; G. Matti-
over the similarity of the two 18- the Influence of their consciences and the appointmentMr. son, 15; John Noble, 10; A.L.

year-old amendments, but tN proposal make them less responsive to public accepting Dlggs said he was Impressed Rckwell, 7; L.W. Sayles, 30; .
to give them voting rights, and sentiment.The with the help that is Aaron Smith 3; J.D. Smith, --

the one to give them "legal rights"are given by the two-county organ- 30 5; B.H.S.W.Alden Beebe 4;Mrs.S.A.Brooks Bailey,, Wood on mil cars is given a final stralghtening-up before starting
; ;
separate and independent of each final amendment, which would ization to local children unfortunate TJ Burrin 15; J.H. Campbell, Its final journey to the pulp mill.
increase the flexibility of school boardsIn enough to have been
other. ; 5; D.H. Chapman 10; Joseph
with birth defects
future construction is being born Crawshaw 25 William Fisher
planning ; ,
Mr. Dlggs I Is active In local
The has four the promoted by the State Department 10; E.G. Hill, 15; Geo. W. Jen- .
voter options on civic affairs, and served as the
If the nings, 8; John D. Lewis, 10; ITT Rayonier Opens
two 18-year-old amendments. He can of Education. adopted, measure business area solicitation J.P. McCulley, 20 N.J. Reed
vote for both, vote against both, vote would allow school boards-- with local chairman last year for the 10; W. Richardson; 17; L.W.

for voting rights and against legal approvalto get around the 10-mlll March Mrs.of V.J.Dimes.Spengler, chapter Salisbury, 10; V.J. Shipman, New Wood Yard At HamptonITT

rights, or vice versa. cap set by the Legislature, but only chairman, urges all personsto 20; Albert Smith, 5;W.B.Smith; -
when being used for construction pur- E.L. Stafford, 5; Edward A.
assist Mr. Diggs In his efforts Todd, 20; D.B. Trimble, 10; Rayonler's new wood- ted saw which eats through a and half by the old. Formerly -
It would also stretch the lengthof
Although the "legal rights" amend- poses. to seek top personnel for yard, adjoining the Seaboard minutes
D.W. Wallman, 6; H.A. Stona- truckload of timber In 15 they had been producing
ment would allow 18-year-olds to drink time for which local voters could his campaign sub-chairman. ker, 5; George Todd, 30; A.L. Coast Line Railroad track on sawing it, while still on from 150 to 200 cords per
in bars and gamble at race tracks, agree to Increase their own education The Bradford Chapter has appointed Turner, 5; Wm. A. WImsatt, SR 221 (old Hampton cut-off, the truck, Into the proper length week, and last week productIon -
it would also give them serious responsibilities taxes from two to 10 years. Richard Jockel /V the kO. Is now in operation with mo- for loading onto railroad flat was stepped up to 360 cords.
producer of the Broadway musical dern cutting and loading facilities cars. The saw can cut about Timber Is brought to the
such as the right to "LU Abner," which will that greatly speed up 15 loads of tree-length logs Hampton woodyard by dealers
sign contracts, to sue, and be sued. All seven Amendments were printed be presented on January 1516in Strawberry growers; W. the process of getting pulp- per day. Each load carriesan (producers) from within a 30-
in full In the September 24 Issue the BUS auditorium. Knickerbocker, 4; V.J. Ship- wood from the stump to the average of eight cords,making mile radius, with L.J.' Kite
Opponents to the "legal rights"mea- of The Telegraph, and it is strongly Several cast members are man, 5; 5.John Noble, 5; EL. mill. a total of around 120 cords being the main dealer In Brad-
sure see the amendment as a further recommended that voters study them still needed, and Mr. Jockel Stafford Representing an Investment per day cut by the new equipment ford County.;
urges anyone interested in taking of around $100,000 In buildingsand With the old chain saw
surrender to the young. They argue thoroughly In order to vote more Intelligently part In the play to attend In future issues of The Tele- equipment, the new wood- method, one man could cut nine Clinton Harris, Rayonier
that persons in the 18 to 21yearage on the Issues in the General rehearsals at the Bradford Mid- graph we will publish excerpts yard will employ five men, cords a day.RayonJer for the Gainesvillearea supervisor -

group may be well educated, but Election.of dle School on Monday nightsat from the diary of E.G. Hill, with Billy" Martin In charge as hopes, in the near said the Hampton wood-
7 o'clock. written In 1877.n "scaler. future, to be producing about yard is the second one for
The speeded-up operation 800 cords of wood per weekat the company In Florida, utilizing -
a&" i'' centers around the Currie Cost- the new woodyard, cutting the new equipment the
.. ... God. This quickens the I IrP. Iv I Cutter, a huge, power opera- about half by the new method first was at Lake City.;
spirit of good judgment in us, r
3 Q ;,
keeps us alert, and helps us e- '

to cooperate with the laws of It's a .omu's
r,".. Y 9-lf God and man. The assurance : ;:" ,,,_. .
(the Bible ,: GET OUT THE
that wherever
God is
we are ,
For he will give his angels frees us from the fruitless ",.... (ff1fJfff!! & .

charge of you to guard you In fears that sometimes occupiesour ....,-.
all your ways. thoughts. As we know
-Pslams( 91:11): ). this truth for ourselves and By Martha Sue McCain 00 w.
h o -6 D ,.
Wherever we are and whatever others,we contribute to bring- County Extension

we are called upon to do, ing about n heavenly state for 1 Home Economics Agent osMsteamer

we are in the protecting care all men \...., ; steam 1-1/2 to 2 minutes

r depending on thickness
The Bradford APPLES brown. You ml*... .to sprin- of slice. Cool In cold water
County Twelve foods are on the U.S. kle a little lemon Juice over drain. ;

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED I. .... Department of Agriculture's the apple. Some people prefer Over each quart Q-l/4
October plentiful foods list with
a little sugar sprinkled over
) of
pounds apple sUces sprin-
apples as the featured
about the time they are done.
1879E. kle evenly 1/2 cup of sugar
; If you like spices, cinnamon and stir.
Other foods designated as or Just little. The
nutmeg a Pack apples Into containersand
plentiful for October are aDDle-
apples should hold their shape press fruit down, leaving
MtMaaaFLORI sauce, apple Juice, pork, broil- and become transparent. Altar head space. Seal and freeze.
er-fryers, dry beans, canned, cooking, turn off heat cov- UNSWEETENED PACKFol-
A ESS peaches, canned salmon, onIons er and let stand for a few low directions for sugar pack,
eggs, potatoes and dried minutes, not more than 5 or ommitting sugar.

ASS 0t. T 0 N prunes. 10 minutes. SIRUP PACKUse 40-per
: Using one of the plentifuls If have apples to
you spare cent sirup ((3 cups sugar, 4
vou mistht try FRIED APPLES. and you would like to freeze cups water, yield 5-1/2 cups
U you heard Coffee Break with them, you can do It In one of sirup), For a better quality
R Lee last Friday, you might the following ways: frozen product add 1/2 tea-
.. remember we discussed this. SUGAR PACKTo prevent spoon crystalline ascorbic acidto
Kfl HH BMMWHM r WSl ---
L. MATTHEWS. EditorPubUaberFnbUfhed Fried Apples are good with darkening of apples during pre- each quart of sirup.
each Thursday aid entered .* Second Never To Young"It's !ham, any pork, fbf' breakfast paration, slice them Into a so- SUce apples directly Into cold
Cliff Matter at the Pat Office at SUrke& Florida or most anytime. Personally, lution of 2 tablespoons salt sirup In container,starting with
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. never' too young to start' politicking," young Trey Long thin I prefer with green apples sliced to a gallon of water. Hold In 1/2 cup sirup to a pine con-
peeling on, sauteed this solution no more than 15 tainer. Press fruit
Subscription la trade ares: 1 year SS.OO; OnUtde grandson of Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long, seems to be saying as he In butter, or you might use to 20 minutes Drain. tainers and add enough down In sirup con

trade. area: 1 year, 95.30 cuts a politically-wise eve at a recent barbecue for his uncle, Tom bacon drippings. Turn often, To retard darkening, place to cover. Leave head space.
Slade Jr., candidate for State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner. but let some of the apples slices In a single layer in Seal and freeze.


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Everyday Low Prices!.


Gen for Byron a revival Is the meeting evangelist at. LLL Weekly Specials!

Hampton Baptist Church this
'<*.*.Services begin each eve

O t.lalt.7SDpmhrovghSwda/ ,

and Mrs. William Schmv,
pert of Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. '
and Mr*. Ed Wallace of Miami :
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accompanied Mrs. W.M. tTL:
Slade home last Siaiday. Mrs.
Stage has been In the hospital
flPTX Lauderdale. and at the FOOD STORES
home of her daughter Mrs.
Schuppert and Is now' staying
at the Lester Slad.'.. Mr. and _' S
Mrs. Lester Slade and Mr.
and Mrs. V.J. Slade drove to
Ft. Lauderdale earlier last ,, 2 PRICES GOOD THRU OCT. 14
week for a visit.
Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron and
three children left recently for w ut. "
Holland to Join her husband,
Eugene stationed there with 4 FRESH PORK SHOULDERPICNIC
the U.S. Army. She made the
trip by plane through New York

City.Mrs.; '-4 1. F
Clifford Prevatt and
.Mrs. Marcelene Campbell and
children spent last weekend In
Jacksonville with Mrs. Pre
vatt's sister Mrs. Turlington.
Another sister Mrs. Spark-
man of Gainesville drove them
to Jacksonville. Mrs. Camp
bell and the children went to
the beach while they were the re, _.._ _.., CUT QUARTER G
with Mrs.her Mary cousin Williams and attended family.- C e Pork Chops ll.99c Pork Chops l.. 79C

a Postmasters' Association Ct W OR WHOLE STON BUTT LB.
meeting Tuesday last In week.Jacksonville on (J.J Pork Hams ll.59c Pork Roast ll.59c

In for Mrs.NAS treatment.hospital George Davis In Jacksonville has been She FRESH POJ IK Pork; !Butts ll.69c SpAsRibc;; ; .PORK LS. CHOPS 69C 1IW

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall spent
last weekend In Atlanta, Ga.
with their son and daughter-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Hall and family. -D BRAND U. S. CHOICE _"SiMasSH.' W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE POT
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith
and family of Jacksonville and ROUNDSTEAK
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richardand
Toye of Ocala were here
with the J.G. Adkins to celebrate UJvDROAST
Mrs. Adkins' birthdayon
September 27. Later they
drove to Rutlege's for a pic
nic. Mrs. Jimmie Patterson of ;
Starke visited here last Monday _. I1ThtmI ______ CHOICE
klns,with and that Mr.evening and Mrs.they visited Ad-. FULL CUT c iiir ROASTBONELESS

the Pitt Newsomes on Bay- .
less Highway.
Mrs. Donald Slade and chil- is. 990
dren spent last weekend at Boca
Raton with Mr. Slade wherehe LB. LB.
Is presently employed.
Nelson Carter left Monday
vice with the U.S. Army. Roast '"IT. $129 Link 2V4-L.. $ Sliced
Ronald Rhoden underwentan Rump lS. ) Sausage PKG. )j99 Bologna. .ft Ka: 49C Fish Fillets . LB.59t

week.County; Hospital In Starke last Steak s IAV.IOc'. ,,. B. ,$129 Meat Dinners EACH'.le. 99C Turkey 3.el.. 39 Cheese 2' ie 69-
l ii.+ d. USfMOICEBEEFBONEESS'R }, ;''" TENDERS . . IK a '.....Cottage. . I .;.r.

Among the e e most e frustrated Shoulder Roast 'L $))19 Beef Liver . IB.IB.. 49c Turkey Wings LI. 39 Cheddar Cheese LS.79c


man who moves from a small Beef Steakettes LB.89c Cooked Hams. $))49 Sliced' Bacon. Ip VKO-- Canned
town to the big city/ seeking . 79e Biscuits 6 SANS 59C
fame and fortune, and when
the next census comes out, DETERGENT
the small town Is bigger than
the Big City. SAVE : u! COOKING OIL

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limit On 01 Vow Chvic w/ J 9 even Putchat Iiclitdme CI0or*>*t

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A NEWSIEGLER Detergent PKG. 39

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.I KRAFT . .2 te. $))00 Pancake. Mix .4 PKGS.l.lI. $))00 r Detergent DOVE LIQUID .I lOc. Off. Ea 48Dixie DEVIL FOOD Pies .3 P'KGS.I $1


Miracle Whip :A:'."" TI R 49 Paper Towels 3 R t? )00 1 Tiny Peas ::5 as $100 Salad Dressing r: :s %: 39C


Tomatoes SAVI34'. 7 CANS 160a. $))00 Cut Asparagus 17 .3 CANS 15.oa. $1 Fruit Cocktail, 5 CANS 16.oa. $100 Green Beans SA.VI .12..4 CANS 88C

WK Corn :rv :a.5<. 5 is CANS o $100| Spinach .'nv.: : .6 CANS" $1 Bath Tissue . ';: &L 88e Prestige Bread 2 lo'E o. 59C


t flrirncIIThI 5 1S&. 13

nevdr be wartfc more limit. On.With S3 or More Pure hot*Cucludmg! Cigarette POUND BAG + Limit I3 1 With $5.or Mon Pufchai Encludmg Cigar"** 12-oz.
ulv CAN
trade SAVE 24c SAVE 30c ,
if ytti I duringUPGRADE

Grapes -
Beef & Gravy 2 -. 99'

Upi nd.your h"itln(system" now Apples . .5 59 MIX VEG.,BE PEAS! ,CUT GREEN BEANS OR .

UpiniM to com! Trid your In Bxnlort your' tld*for huts yiars, FRESH CRISPCelery Crowder Peas 2 BAGS. $1))00 :.
on i biiutiful II.JIlt *4I., hater' 1 S-os. CHEESE
-*nd you'll IMMI, ag>lnl' Upgrade JOur lung with 'Potatoes .5 A. 79e 49e
tOil I,warm 'hoax lU ilir$ Ion,
Si. otftn n uici.il performnc ''- TASTED*SEA FILLET OF
glr Potatoes )10 69e
., eoiutrucllMi **d economy Flounder
2 PKG.19t:
for llfttlm *f .omtoft Com 4 9 GEORGIA RED SWEET . AND
In "now" dung ,...t". Opirid THUNDERBOLT BRAND CHUNK US
*" and find out how much Potatoes .4 LSS.59c Shrimp %sr M") PEPPERONIFOR
your old heater Is worth In trade . e
on I quality Si.".,Horn H t.r.DENMARK FRESH FIRM VALSHING

... ... .Rutabagas 10C Corn-on-Cob PKG.39t SIZEs
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for Monday Alberthal For Mrs.. Minnie MurrayMrs. Louise Murray 1- '.. /! iiiw ttfJf/J.d\ WfQt&.<1" ::J j: ;( ?ffl.- ; t

::8, Starke. died Thursday, QcJU ,
Kenneth. Dale Alberthal 23, 1, following a sudden Mess -
Starke. died in the Shanda Surviving Is her husband
Teaching Hospital In Gainesville Buck Murray of Starke; one FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

Saturday morning Oct. 3, daughter: Mrs. Annett Starlingof CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn-
from Injuries received In an Starke, one son: Mr. Olee OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwestof Law- Bible Study 10 BETIIEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
automobile accident In GaInes- Ritz Murray of Jacksonville; 1404 E. Bessent Road Sunday School.IOa.rn.Morn'ng Sunday: a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship 6 p.m.. Choir Prac-
tey. Morning Worship and Communion
ville September 26. three brothers: Jack PIckrenof SundayPriesthood 8:30 ajn. Worship, 11:15.: Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser- ing Worship, U a.m.; Prayer tice, Wednesday 8 p.m.
Douglas, Ga., Sunny of West Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacrament Service, 7:30: p.m. Wed esda; vices, 6.Wednesday. Worship, 7:30: p.m; -Rev Robert D. Burch
Palm Beach, Fla., and Buddyof Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. .
Mr. Alberthal was a lineman .,6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m.Rev Worship service GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
employed by the Clay Electric Fitzgerald, Ga., and one MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert) Knight, pastor. 7 pjn. Minister Jack P. Bell. J.C. Saunders, pastor. Highway 5-100 A, Starke (Griffls -
Coop at Keystone Heights. He sister: Mrs. Delphy Splvy of TuesdayPrimary 4:30 p.m. Loop).
was a Navy veteran 'of the Douglas, Ga.Services Wednesday. Relief Society, PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAFED Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning
Vietnam conflict. Born In San were held Saturday 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday at Union
I1$1tI11OJL: U. Training
Antonio, Texas on July 31,1947 Oct. 3, from the Pine Level Jesse D. Branson, Branch ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- CHURCH School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30.
6:30. Worship
Mr. Alberthal was a member Baptist Church of Starke with President. Services Booster) Band, Young Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 6 p.m. Training\ Union 7 : Evening
,.* the Lutheran Church.Survivors Rev. John Strickland officiating. People, and Prayer Service), 6 Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-
Revival To Start Burial was In Crosby Lake JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship, 7 p.m.. Worship. -James Shaw pastor -' Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- nesday, Pastor.7:30.Rev.. Don R.

Include his wife: Cemetery under direction of BAPTIST MISSION Midweek Service, Wednesday, vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy,
At First Assembly Mrs. Patricia Harper Alber- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home U.S. 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland, night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

Of God in Starke thal of Starke; one daughter: of Starke. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH! Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
KImberly Gale of Starke; Ms School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
Evangelist J.H. Powell will parents: Lester and Ethel Al- vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim FLA. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
Temple ;
conduct revival services at the berthal of Comfort. Texas and Longbranch ChurchHomecoming Service 7:30() p.m. Wednes- HOPE' BAPTtST.CHURCHHighway) day School. 10 a.m.pastor.Ron Bristol Sun--' Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening 7:30: pjm.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:

"First Assembly of God. InStarke one brother: Lester Alberthal day.Leroy ( 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. : Worship, 7p.m.;Wed. Prayer Wednesday.
starting Sunday. Oct.II, Jr. of San Francisco Calif. Sun. Olive pastor, E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m, Morn- Union;6:45: p.m. Lowell Training Doug Meeting and Bible Study 7 Pastor Rev. Robert West.

and continuing through Oct. 18. Services were from Jones Griffls, associate pastor. Ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services p.m. Study on EUw* ..* Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

The Evangelist lives In Win- Memorial Chapel In Starke Longbranch Baptist Church DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Union6:30: p.m.; EvenlngWor- 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prevail.,'pp..wr.. everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
and has been In the ship- 7:15 p.m.Wednesd3Y .
ter Haven will hold Its music
homecoming Sunday director. Welcome.
Monday morning with Rev. Robert BROOKER Ser- ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
since 1926. He was Night Prayer
ministry Oct. 11, with
morning worship -
ordained In 1930 with the Assemblies Alberthal officiating. Burial services Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle Union, 7 p.m Evening Worship
beginning at 11
of God. was In Elzey Chapel Cem- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
etery In Union County DeWitt i.m. p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- HEILBRONNBPTET FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
ihe public is united attend Rev. Richard E.Roberts from CHURCH Service Sunday School,
C. Jones Funeral Home of Tev. Conway pastor. HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday : Parker pastor.
all services during the week. Starke was In charge of ar- .he Black Creek Missionary Lacy GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 9:45a.m.Morn.. 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,10:45:

rangements. Association will bring themes- CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- ing Worship, 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVAHY BAPTIST CHURCH
BROOKER NEWS sage. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Worship 11 and 7 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
NOTE OF THANKSTo Dinner will be served on the School! 10 a.m. Worship ng Rev. Fred Johns a.m., p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: P.m. .ng Worship, 11. Training Union,
Sunday pastor.
The Rev. Bobby Harris and grounds at 1 p.m. A gospel Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
all friends of sing Is set for the afternoon.
family were called to Dalton, Rev. and -Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor.CONGREGATIONAL .
Mrs. Luther A. McGee Everyone Is invited --- -e e e e e e e e a a e a
e e
Georgia Friday, Oct. 2. due to. : they ,rI a a e a e e e aa a a---
the Illness of Mrs. Harris' are both recuperating from aI
their auto accident, and we wish MADISON STREET HOLINESS I .
to thank everyone for your cards BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH w ,
and letters and most of all Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- I

ASSEMBLY OF GOD your prayers. Mrs. McGee Is Opportunities for service: ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- A move to worship GOD t
FIRST Weldon now home. Please continue to Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worship I f
and W.
RaIford Road pray for them. Again, thank Morning Worship, 11; Training ,7.p.m HOUSE i I. a
St. Sunday School, 10 a.m. C.A. --Their Thursday night Prayer Mee. I in His
you. children. Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Cir- I
Service. 11 a.m.Evangel1stService cle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m.Ivy I r

Thursday 7 p.m., 7 Mid-week p.m.Ralph service G., IF WE DON'T HAVE IT 7:30.Monday: Luke PastorNORTHSIDE ; MOVE in the I II

Kirkland, pastor. we'n set .II for )011. Office -- Youth Choir Practice BAPTIST I

SnppUt, Furniture, Equlp- 7 p.m. CHURCH '

menBradford.. COWl&7Tele..p. Girls TuesdayMllslon In 6:30.Action, Acteens Friends, 3:30: ,; Sunday Sunday School.Morning 11.Worship Sunday, Evening 945; -; : RIGHT DIRECTION :I

RA's. : i I ITo
Worship, 6
WednesdayJunfor .Choir p.m. Training ;

Tired of lag Practice 7:30,; 5:45 Church: ; Prayer Choir'Meet-Prac- Union ThursdayTeachers, 7:30.: and Officers I I attend Church It. .the first step ,In finding' God.. I

Meeting 6:30.
tice, Deacons Meeting, 8:30.: : Prayer
Denton Sumrall pastor. Meeting 7:30Edward: I To attend regularly i i.to continue in the right direc
Forced Busing? C. Harvey pastor. / f

I understand
6 tion. and give one an opportunity to f

VOTE SENIORCITIZENS CHURCH, STARKE t j God1 will in his life. Now if the time to make your y ? a,

Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd I
5- Joe Ripley Jr. Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer -' move. Choose the way that will lead you to God. I In

2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. I a

,r -John M, Flynn, Rector. Attend Church ,

House of RepresentativesDistrict ,a
17Republican The atowde of "We will wait I
and see" Is not enough for sen- I God's appointed I agency to I this world
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; The Church is
( ) ior citizens to adopt during this the knowledge of Hit love for' man and I
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- for spreading
crucial 14 months period. We that low by I
f>... POL.. ADV. will be going to meetings and ning Worship 7:30: pjn.; Mid- of His demand for man to respond to in' he I
I Ihii grounding
week Bible Study, Wednesday, hit G
forums from now on, making hors nohgovemment of l Me
cr way
tociety I
our thoughts and voices heard 7:30: p.m. of} God hold
from every corner of our land., Be In church Sunday. long persevere and the freedom. whICh we from C. 7 a awill I
even ,
An Important conference was Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor so dear will inevitably perish.

held In Ann Arbor, Mich by the selfish point of view, one should support the Church r. ,,
American Association coordi- GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE .. for the lake of the welfare of himself and his' family.' ,

GAINESVILLE nation for the 1971 Conferenceon WILL BAPTIST CHURCH Beyond that, however, every person should! uphold 1 ,
Aging at the White House. and participate in the Church because it Mi the truth t c
This meeting brought 600 lead- Cor. ''Vsh & Chestnut. Sunday ; about mon'l Me, death and destiny; I the* truth which + I

ers in the field of aging to School, 9:30; Morning Worship, alone will. lit him free to live as a child. of Cod. r. I
Business DirectoryAUTO explore better ways and means 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, Ia
for America's older people.In 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ; ,
conjunction with this act- pastor. -, -- .
Ion, the National Council of a,

SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Senior Citizens has started a SMYRNA MISSIONARY ,,,,\N17fl :' ,r I... .. ;. .
membership drive to doubleour m .. I
BAPTIST CHURCH 'w I t l1..." l. .( '
membership to 5 million 633 W. Pratt ,1
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Fans, Inc. seniors by Nov. 1971. Forms vices: Sunday School St. Sunday, 10 a.m.ser- i:.; ; '- i 1 I

for recruting new members will Preaching, II a.m. Training fv :. OLDSMOBILE SEEDS-PLANTS be given out at our next meet- fZ .
5:45: Evening Wor- ;;;
p.m. ,4'T
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SALES SERVICE Inseetlctde.Pet SuppUeeFERTILIZERS ) ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome "' w-.W': .. I

Fine Selection! of Vied Can Ing.President Ceo Meany of -Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor I L lI: '71 11 fl 'if" Q1{ .fi i ''i + :;.i.i; 1i., .\\j"V'-\"V'i';: \ ., ...., '.
Taken O* Cadillac Trade We Rent Fertilizer Spreader AFL-CIO told Congress on Sept .w jj'M.' .. :u: IQLQ Q' 1,d1 h AQ: ,4\.QA rr\ A.Q A kf A'fL ';;'_, :I
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5391 24 that Labor will use its po- FIRST UNITED METHODIST
224 N.W. Sib Pb. T78-047I _
Itical muscle next vear to havea STARKE -a aaeeeaea, ,
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GLASS system of ,National Health Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning
Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA Insurance put Into law. "'J hisIsn't Worship, 11; Junior and Senior WILLIAMS
something a group of MYF groups, 6 p.m. BRADFORD BUILDERS
LIDDELL labor leaders decided on sit- Wednesday- Youth Choir Rehearsal

ting In a room. The preassureIs 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
coming on us from the bottom 7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal, ABSTRACT CO.
4 wheel drive and ears i I Glass Company of the economic and social 7:45.:
Sales Parts Service < structure," he said. Class Rings Fcafuring/ .1st' 1I.cll.I': :. '
Clean Used Toyotas I "Glass For Every Purpose" The House Committee on -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr Better Service For Your
1700 N. Main 376-1268 |I Store l"ronb-.M1rrora Agriculture, Washington, D.C. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems Complete Paint. :4hi.plic.

Tub Enclosures-. howereI passed by a vote of 25-2 a bill CHURCH OF GOD BULOVA WATCHES .
and tier. rfiny. ffJH/: /
Furniture Tops Glass Replaced to determine new standards of OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Abstracts : +
VAR HEYL I I Food Stamp eligibility. Passageof Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 142 W. Call St. Starke ,
this bill could take the onus Ing Worship, 11a.m.Young Peo- Title Insurance "( 'heel With I L.x 1'irf"!

Lincoln Mercury I| NEW LOCATION off applying for stamps. There ple's Service, 6 p.m. Evange- Phone 964-7064
1228 SI). Main Gainesville are many elderly persons who listic Service 7 p.m. Wednes- 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 219 Washington SI. !l11) ;1 Si7u:

2201 N. Main Gainesville 372-8191; 1102: have not applied) because of day Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p.m. STARKE "66"
Inacessablllty of distribution Come and
378-42S1 worship with us.
!I places. -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor SERVICEBill BRADFORD COUNTY
'!!!l Borne MEN'S WEAR Our Executive Board will
meet Oct. 1 to discuss of
Of | plans Edwards Ph. 964.7231 TELEGRAPH
activities for the Club to con- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Mereas7CougarContinentalMark STAG 'N DRAG clude this year.treasuere's STARKE Tire Tru-ing OFFICE SUPPLIES
Til-Engish Ford I books will also be audited at Schedule of the First Baptist 4
Griffin Bull this time. Church for the week beginning Headlight Adjusting S TYPEWRITERS:
Cleanest Used Cars' AvailableReaufv
Arrow Shirts Flonhela B&.* Happy birthdays for Sept. Sunday, Oct. 5, is: Ili'U'
Formal Reatak were Emma Morton, Joe Stein, Sunday 9:45: a.m. Sunday Brake Service ADDING MACHINESPHOTOCOPIERS. :
Academy I Ladle Sportswear Everett Prescott and E rnle Gri- School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship !
der. Happy Adversaries were Sermon: "Do This In Re- Balance and
I 12 Elsie and Joe Stein who were : from PI MU
1 : WELL'S and GAINESVILLE MALL married 53 years and Flossie Training memberance Union of, Me 7:30: ; p.m.6:15: Eve-p.m. Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 IMS. Ttkt tile .ru41 out
and Everett Prescott who have of poser work.LBOAL -
Beauty Academy ning Worship, Sermon: "The PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
I been married 29 years. Strange Battle of Jerico." FORMS.PAVROU. .

Learn a Profession In Your MUSIC Our Halloween Party; will be Monday- p.m. Youth Choir, AU Minor Repairs 24HR. WRECK << SERVICE
held Oct. 27 at which Mr. Gene
7:30: p.m. Lottie Moon Group. ENVEIOPB1
Spare Time. Full or Part Time
I Rayburn has consented to take 617' N. Temple Ave. Starke
219 N.W. 10th 378-2768 Tuesday- a.m. Helen Masters Hiway 301 and 100
color movies which will be Group, Covered Dish I
I BALDWINCMQaciOTTMAaYnin shown at a later date. Luncheon at the Kingsley Lake UO S. Temple Starke
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Our next meeting will be Oct. home of Mrs. Leila Mundy; BRADFORD; COUNTY
'IUJICH.. NS 13 at 1 p.m.Meantime,keep well 3 p.m. Ida Darby Group, at TELEGRAPH "- FLORIDA
till we meet again.HOUSING .
I the home of Mrs. G.A. An- '--
tMatMUSKI. derson; 3:30: p.m. Junior Choir, OFFICE SUPPLIES :.\\PEST
Motor Repair Co. AUTHORITYTO Mission Friends, Girls in Act- EDWARDSGrocery
ion; 4:15: p.m. Girls in Action TYPEWRITER
Primary Choir 7:30 Ethel ONTROL
; : p.m.
and Market
O'vffle 372-531
Of Oalne Tine. Inc.
Biggs Group at the home of ADDING MACHINESPHOTOCOPIERS :
RepairingRewlndlng I I Bradford County Housing
Mrs. Willie Mae
New and Used II Authority will hold Its regular Brownlee Group at the homeof ; Groceries Meats Feed i o.ieotar. t0.

2S18 N. W. Hth Ph. :nt-8318 ,I MOVERS monthly meeting in the new Mrs. E.D. Tenly Sr. : from IW30 GAS AND OIL
Bradford courthouse tonight
County Wednesday6:30: p.m. Fam- to M33. Ttke the/ drudgery. out
(Thursday) at 7:30.NOTICE : Ily Night Supper 6:30 of paper work. Jack and Gladys Edwards
Farm and Industrial ; : p.m. 339!) E. Call St. Sturke Fla.
Lone Distance Moving
: Prayer Meeting, R.A. Meeting
Equipment S Storage Packing . . . . 7:15 p.m. Teachers and Officers -; LEOAL FOaMS U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 961-5745$ for FREE

Crating Shippfcur Meeting; 8:15: p.m. Church
Choir Practice. PAOLL fcNVItOHl PHONE 964.5312 Inspections
and Estimates
Santa Fe Tractor, Free Estimates Call
The Wanda Sapp listed In Thursday- p.m. Church
FORD HILL'S last week's County Court docket Wide Visitation.Rev. .
farm Tractors ft Implement! I on a charge of worthless W.A. Hogan, pastor. ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

USED EQUIPMENT Van Service, Inc. check Is not Mrs. James S. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties
"Helping Our Members Live
SALES PART SERVICE I (Wanda Rosier) Sapp of Law- CLASP ENVELOPES. Uliefw

4488 N. W. 6th 376-2343 I 3540 N.E. Waldo R4. O'vlOe tey. -- Bradford County Tele Electrically"-Keystone! Heights! -Phone 4734911r

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[ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE : ] Irene Engagement wedding Douglas of and Miss ToldThe Thomas Linda

Triest will be an event of Sat-

u urday, Oct. 10, at 8:30 p.m.
In !Hope Baptist Church, Ther-
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I I Uv GLORIA Hilitesl i I News NotesBy I'I Sunday Invited All friends School to attend.and rooms.relatives are

Please! Can 473.32Mg: : t : 1 By Helen Egan -

The American Legion Annual all members and friends who COMMUNITY CHURCH members ana I triends ot toe KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I
Banquet was held Thursday eve- attended. community Church to gather SundaySunday School, 9:30:
ning, Oct. I, at the American The Annual District 5 Wo- The Executive Board of the round the festive board and a.m.; Worship Service II a.m.
Legion building. CommanderDrew man's Clubs of FFWC will meet Church Women held Its monthly greet the new pastor, Mr. and and 7:30: p.m. Training Union
presided, with Mayor RayShoes Thursday, Oct. 1 15, at Crystal meeting on Sept.28,with Presi- Mrs. Stuart McCord on Wed- 6:30: p.m.
< welcoming the out of River Members of Keystone dent, Mrs. Barry Wyman, Sr. nesday evening, Sept. 30. Host- WednesdayPrayer Meeting,

town guests from Daytona, Woman's Club planning to attend presiding. All Circles and Com- esses for the dinner were members 7 p.m. Choir Practice, 8 p.m.
Jacksonville and.the Beaches this meeting will please mittee Chairmen were presentand of Mrs. Roy Turknett'sCircle

Speakers for the evening were advise Mrs. Earl Voyles, president the work of the Church I and Mrs. Aughtry Van- First Baptist began its new
State Commander Neyes and Women was outlined and pro- ces' Circle D. The guests table church year on October 1. The
District Commander Becker, grammed for the next couple was decorated with a lane new directors for Sunday School
The theme for Commander HERE N' THERE of months. Mrs. Walter Gro- bowl of fall flowers In variegated and Training Union were elect-

Neyes' address was to encourage Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Martin lick will have charge of the shades of autumn, and ed at the monthly business '

everyone to write about have returned from Miami Patio Shop, assisted by Mrs. sprays of fern. meeting in September and are -.. a wnv.Cw+M-J -r} A
Prisoners of War In Vietnam Chas. Booher. As this booth
our where they attended a conven- as follows: Director of Sunday
Commander Neyes has has just been arranged, mem- The honored guests were cou- School, Tommy MIllican; Director
just returned from a trip In tion.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Smith bers are urged to make the ples 50th having celebrated their of Adult Dept., Virginia
that area. Commander Drew several articles so much used wedding anniversaries of
bought the home where they Jordan; Director of Youth
has all Information such as are living and we welcome themas on the Patio, such as aprons, last Sept These guests, seatedat Dept., Lynda Myers; Director

addresses, etc. for anyone interested permanent residents of Key- plants candles fancy coverlets decorated for large food and a Mrs.special Tracy table Baker, were, Sr. Mr.and of Youth D Dept., Jo Reed; .__. .._ ___ .....__.___._ ..____._.___H'm__ ._.. _.__ ._ ._ .. .
: In writing to your Congressman stone. Director of Children's n Dept.,
etc. The Keystone Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Hardy trays, hot pan mitts, etc. Haberstroh.Mr. and Mrs. C.H. (Jack) Lola Carroll; Director of Pre- UNION COUNTY'S) NEWEST: : IMH.MIU:

.Melrose Post received a citation of Silver Lake have returned Mrs. A.P. Hallman, Missio- married in Sept.Both couples of 1919.were The schoolers No.; I Dept. (Nur- Pine Airs!! Feed Mill! GDOH Up \l Luke,( Rullu
for reaching 100% mem- from a trip to Cincinnati where nary Chairman, presented the Joseph Steins unable sery), Irene Combass; Director -
bership. they visited their son. budget for the 1970-71 year were to of Preschoolers No. D, Mrs.
Mrs. Frank n..en att/mded: the which included both Foreign and attend, at the last moment. Mamie Ellis. Director of .
DUPLICATE BRIDGE National Conference of Coun- Home Missions. Committee Mrs. Walter Grolick, 1st Vice Church Training, Joanne Gas- November Completion

Winners of last Tuesday's cil of Community; College members co the budget President of Church Women sett; Director of Youth I Dept.,
Bridge Club were: First, Mrs. were Mrs. betty; Culberson, and Program chairman, Intro-
Boards for Trustees In Chi Bud Ownbey; Director of YouthD For Bv Pine Air
BA. Allen of Interlachen, and cago on October 1-2. She represented Mrs. Bea Smith Mrs. Grace duced Mrs. William Nail, Dept., Frank Johnson; DIrector ,Honed m
Mrs. Phil Kromer, Melrose. the Board of Trus- Walz, Mrs. Peggy Gayle. This church organist, who planneda of Children's I Dept., .;
Second, Mrs. Paley Boyd of tees of St. Johns River Junior recommended budget which includes musical program. As the special Bob Day; Director of Chil-
Keystone and Mrs. John Strawn College. such contributions to entertainers were unableto dren's n Dept., Ruth Stanley. The new $130,000 feed mill, cent interest. years ago. The Authority' erected -
of Melrose. Third, Mrs. Michael American Bible Society and attend, Mrs. Nail directeda The construction of our new to be operated by Pine Air Other Pine Air stockholders, a building for the cloth-
Faikel of The Postmas- Rodheaver Boys Ranch at real old time song, fest, with sanctuary is progressing Farms, Inc. Is nearing com- all egg producers, include Cle- Ing manufacturer and advanced
ter's Village and Mrs. D.Y, Welcome back to former Key- Palatka where through Mrs. Pastor McCord leading the steadily and we are hoping to pletion at Lake Butler, and tus Ward, Earl F. Jones Maxie operating capital. The money
Aska of Keystone Club Estates. stoners Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gertrude Chrlstoffers Welfare singing. lie also rendered a see its completion In the early is expected to be in operationby Carter Jr., Jack Hazen, C.H. invested Is being repaid.
Menzen and children, Anita, three vocal solo. The favorite was Hayes Jr. Dr. 01., Also through efforts of the
Fourth, Mrs. Raymond Crab. Committee which enable part of December.At November 1, according toG Haynes,
tree and Mrs. F,T. Hogue, both Stacy and Matt. small and homeless brothers to "When" Irish Eyes are Smil- this time, we would like Raymond Starnes, an official R.E. Peacock, and W, Alton Authority, a metal culvert manufacturing -
and Frank
Mr. Mrs.
of Keystone. attend, and in the foreign field ing. Dr. and Mrs. George to extend a hearty welcome to of the corporation.The Belote. finn and a fertilizer -
spent about ten days vacationIng World Neighbors; organization.In Putnam, who recently movedto everyone In and around our new mill will have a The Union County; Develop- plant have been located in

WOMAN'S CLUB In the Florida Keys where all there are eleven missions Keystone where they plan to community to come and join with capacity of 20 tons of feed an ment Authority has had con- Union County.;
they did a lot of deep-sea fish build a new home on Lake siderable in Among the top projects of the
October will be a busy monthat In each category. The us in our worship services.We hour, or approximately 50,000 success bringingnew
The Woman's Club of Key- ing.Mr. recommendation to the General Brooklyn, were guests of Mr. are always happy to have tons a year. industry to the county since Authority' was working' with the
and Mrs.John Josey spent and Mrs. James Cook. Dr. Put- Its creation in July of 1959. Union County,,; Commission
stone Heights. The first business Meeting of the Church Women visitors.in Pine Air, which was incor-
meeting of the season will the weekend In Keystone with was presented at the October nam entered into the song fest, porated several months ago to Its first major accomplishment -
be on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 5 General meeting and accep- and led the men of the group consolidate egg producing and was bringing In the Lake I iCe.itlivi.-il, ::111 Nexi Parse t

p.m. at the Club House. Hostesses Frank Ilgen.I that ted, for a total of $885. Members in singing" "The Girl of My Alachua General Hospital in processing facilities in three Butler Apparel Co. about ten.. -- -
Mrs. am happy to report of the Morning Circle Dreams. All Keystoners are Gainesville and is recovering countiesBradford and
: N. Grayson, Mrs. Clay,
C, Haberstroh and Mrs. D, Roy Bridges is doing very nice with Mrs. Ruth Greeson Chair- very happy to have Dr.and Mrs. nlckely according to her hus- Unionhas Its headquarterson

Speed.On after ly In Alachua General heart Hospital attackon man, have given In Memorlam Putnam as permanent residents band. Highway 214, between Key- Indians Come From Behind Sneak I IBy
suffering a
October 23 there will bea for the late Mrs. Nettle Smith, Dr. Putnam was on the Roy Bridg, who suffered a stone Heights and Melrose. I
of week.
last medical staff
Tuesday evening of Alachua
"Ham Salad" the Purple Communion Table heart attack Wednesday of Pine Air Is
card primarily anegg-

Details date.will be given at a later Mrs. Quincy doing Gardner very well She Is following reportedly Is- Altar An Cloth.URGENT call has been moving General to Hospital Fort Myers prior and to then his last Alachua week General, has been Hospital moved from to prodlclng and and maintains marketingoperation its own- Chiefland 7-6 In Final Quarter I IBy

major Lakeland.he will
On October 27 the program made by Chairman Thelma Wal- gen- Bradford County Hospital for breeding flock to produce -
In Alachua General Hospital. eral practice in Dr. Hitch's office
meeting will be held at 6 p.m. lace for volunteer salesladiesfor in Starke. further treatment. He is reported layers. In addition to its pro- Mike Chi tty game. This made three straight

with a covered dish supperIn GOLF COURSE! the Thursday sale of Oct- improving nicely, but at cessing plant on Highway 214, weeks we ulavcd much betterin
order that families may enjoy Forty-three; ladles were In ober 8 Rummage Sale. Please this reporting"no\'lsltors" are it also leases a hatchery to It was Indians against the the second period, especiallythe

the "Around the World" attendance at the monthly lunch- call Mrs. Wallace at 473-4924, MASONIC: LODGE AND requested.Mrs. produce baby chicks.The chicksare other Indians Friday night, as fourth quarter. Ron Strick-
talk by Mr. and Mrs. T.L. eon of the Ladles Golf Association if you can give a couple of OES CHAPTER DINNER. Marian Howe, former placed with farmers Keystone's Indians proved to land's brilliant punting was: a
!Norwood.: More on this later. on Thursday, Oct. 1 1. Low hours thatday. Mrs. Marguerite Chamber of Commerce director throughout the area on a con- be just a little better than big help each time we were
The committee for the salad gross honors were won by:Mrs. Henschel, chairman of Tupper- It was a festive and of Starke back In the late 50's tract basis for raising to pul- Chlefland's, edging them 7-6. In trouble. Ills punts, which
luncheon and card party heldon Mae( Henderson and Mrs. ware articles, must have the enjoyable dinner very of visited friends In Keystone let size. The pullets are then It was a hopeless first half averaged 94.4'! var'1?, were hilh l ,
September 29 wishes to thank Hall. Eva orders In to her by October the two Orders of together and Heights. During her visit in this placed with producers in the for all the Indians, with nei- not all(vvliig niuUh. :: run-back.
23, so that purchasers may Eastern Star on Friday reporter, Marian and her hus- three counties for the production ther Tribe able to launch a Other 'myer. '.,*.(, shine In-
-- -- pick up their orders at the Ing, Oct. 2. In the Masonic even- band left Starke (although they of eggs. successful attack.Chiefland's clulec 'I ko. Cirac1* the best
November 6 Bazaar. Call your maintain their home there), for With the addition of the new tribe was first totally leader: : ...", ,..t.. Uicny "a-
VOICE Circle Chairman and give her Hall. Worshipful Master A.p. their home city of Lockport mill at Lake Butler, and even- a score, which came in rades and Kick Wheeler. Key.

your order. Hallman of Melrose Lodge pre- N.Y.; Mr. Howe, a chef, lion tual acquisition of Its own the third quarter; as Sack Gra- stone's running nttacrt now has
., y" OF THESportsman The Morning Circle which has sided at the ooenlne and later one of the St. Lawrence Seaway hatchery. Pine Air will be ableto ham ran In from the 8 to an average of better than 110
t f Introduced Worthy Matron Jo but '"will be oft duty handle facet of the '
charge of the Baked Goods and barges, every scoreme"Eame's first Tl>. yards per game.
+ Tea table, have many calls Reed of the OES Chaptar 279. from December to April, when expanding egg business, from Rick Wheeler batted the ball Tin 'n,1. tag v"' cry to .;you
w, for homemade breads, rolls The Lodge has prepared a roast the barges tie up because of the hatching of eggs to the pro- away from Chlefland's quar- the Tlgars\ this I riJ.i/ rightin

;:. I'{ and such. It has been the cus- beef dinner, with tie membersof winter Ice. Marian took the duction of pullets to lay the terback as they unsuccessfully TreI'}"l.
y //BY MIKE CHlTTYjl# tom that all Circle members, the Chapter supplementingwith opportunity to renew friend- eggs. tried for the 2-point conver- GO 1.VM'S: I
of vegetablesand Most of the feed mill's out-
where possible contribute an ships here as she has been em- sion.
....,.., Item to the Baked Good booth. desserts. This being a ram- ployed at General Motors In put will go to Pine Air's feeders For the second week in a
- of the teen- will be
several but all
ily dinner, producers
for a Lockport, which is on strike. row, Keystone came from behind REYSTONLHk1TS
Planning is underway of the Lake But-
agers and non-members able to buy from the
Hi, Sports Fans! Its been Roy, Alan and Glen caught 80. Youth Fellowship Family Din- order were present. V'ACATIONAERS RETURN] ler plant. About 65 to 75 per In the, scoring fourth the winning points
quite some time since we've Roy caught a 9 Ib.bass on Tues- ner, tentatively set for Octo- Following the dinner, an instructive cent of the feed Ingredients will Parades quarter. Ricky;
heard from the Sports Scene, day. Jerry Chitty, my cousin, ber 18 at 6:30 p.m. This Is a and colorful movie be corn, and Pine Air plansto blocked a Ohiefland
This week we enjoy traveling punt late in the
may fourth
hasn't been that I for awhile Fri- featuring which
but there just and went out Sunday evening supper was shown, "The Summer of purchase as much corn locally
the north-
much going on. The main reason day morning but they weren'tbiting the members of the Youth Group Decision", which gave a graphic with, once Mr.again and, to Mrs. Houston as possible. The ultimate rolled the dead on the 12, settingup
I'm this column is then. I hear that Red Robert Ekund. The new east score. After running
writing under
picture of Americanism, and the Driscoll who returned last goal of the mill is to save failed twice
to bring a special announce- Neal; caught an 11 pounder In the Group, the New Creation under Quarterback Bob
you Youth of the country, who are week from an Interesting and money for the feeder and give by Hurner fired a in to DIRECTORYBEAUTY
ment.FOX. little lake Sunday morning. lie leadership of Pastor and Mrs. pass
disorder but are market for
not indulging to their home area growers a Paul
trip Leino
for enjoyable lying; the
and Andy Boswell have been Stuart McCord, will meet
their lives to seekingand their .
dedicating This time It was for a corn.Erection
states. (The Toe) Strick-
Sun- Then Ron
HUNTERS catching 5 or 6 every morninglast the hour from 6:30 7:30:
following the paths of good Mr. of the feed mill at
one SHOP
Wed special land booted across the game-
week. The Workshop on ,
day p.m. citizenry and freedom and love Lake Butler was the result
The Fox Hunters of this area Guess most of you know that Oct. 14 will be In charge of of Country. Their vocal Driscoll has enjoyed annual for many of continuing efforts of the Un- winning extra point, with only
formed Fox Hunters Association Dove season started Saturdayand the Morning Circle Members, past seasons, the racesin 6:30: left. The Keystone Defensive -
a Authority
self ion
choruses were explanatory ; R.I. He had the County Development KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Newport, Tribe which really
Their next meet- now all of the men will be acting In assisting the Chair- ,
recently. and
of the worth of being free to observe the first ; to bring new Industry to
Ing will be held Saturday night out In the dove fields. My father, men, Mrs. Lillian Norwood and dedicated to a cause. privilege the the county. played a fine game, held hlef- SHOP
of the Intrepid entry -
'(Oct. 10) at 7 p.m., at the homeof James, Buddy Ellis of Gainesville Mrs. Charlotte Gregory In the Following the movie, Mrs. race of Austrilla from another Carl Brown, chairman of UC- land allowing Keystone to win
Wesley Moody at New River A.B., Butch and Michael making of articles, and as host- Reed gave a delightful readingand DA, says: "It looks like we 76. EDITH JOHNSON Owner
All hunters who are Interestedare Howard of Starke and R.C. Howard / esses for the social luncheon tribute to the American yacht The at Drlscolls sea. journeyed by are about to become a poul- Head Coach Roy Baj'less said Personal' and Creative Hair Styling .

urged to attend this meet- and son of Jacksonvillewent hour. We were happy to greet Flag. Mrs. Irene Williams to New York and New try area, and the idea of Pine that even though Chiefland'swarriors Every Form of BUilt;
plane and faster
ing. This was phonedin last Saturday and had a Mrs. Carolyn Wagner whose Air were bigger Culture Tues.-Sal. 9-5 closed
message olaved soft piano accompaniment then on to Newport, is to provide the cheapest ;
Jersey, out to win this
menial we were
by my uncle Roy Crenshaw good day.Duplicate. able hands helped In where they were guests of their feed and get the most for the Monday.

of Gainesville, who like many tasks, so needed In the and com-she In the movie -..s speaker. friends, Deputy Sheriff Gordon eggs producers." It was pointed -- -

others has been allured by the pletion of articles of, covering Judge Smith, stated that"Man's James and family for three out that at present Pine Lillian Seals of Mammon. NURSERY
sweet sound of a baying Hound. Bridge learned the art Others who have Basic Rights Come from God," weeks. They enjoyed dining with Air Is having to pay freight N.J. drove toNewportandurged; -
You fishermen will be glad to coat hangers. and another speaker, the Basic Governor Lelch of Rhode Island on corn hauled In from long ;
folks to N.J.
workshopsand her to return ,
hear that those Specs are slowly Club Results not attended these only three more Ideals of the past are the pass- and Senator Pastore. Mrs. distances, and that by now buy- Mr. Driscoll's native state, for O.C. Carnes Nursery
beginning to bite better bothon there are ports of the future. DrIscoll has many friends and ing local corn, the companycan On
did visit. returning
Griffin's brush pile and Duplicate Bridge winners at to go, can assist as Carolyn Let's The speaker of the eveningwas relatives In that state, and so pay farmers a few cents a plane short to Jacksonville the happy by Thousands of plants

drifting. I heard a report of 74 Thursday night's game were: In this worthy project.and the Chairman of Americanism they enjoyed many visits, and more per bushel and save mo- vacationers said, "We are gladto Fruit Trees-Shde Trees
Specs being caught recently, by Mr. and Mrs. A.V. Bannister, call you and you you for the blue Lodge of toured the homes of the mil- ney at the same time be back home again." Evergreens
drifting In Alto Lake. Roy Griffin 1st place; Mrs. Raymond Crab- HELPERS Florida, Thomas Howell. The lionaires of yesteryear, which The new mill Is located on Camellias & Azaleas
20 to 30 W.H.! Davie, 2nd State Road 121 just south of .
has been averaging tree and announced speaker. Deputy today are historic palaces. -- -- -
specs every day. They bite !In place; Mr. and Mrs. :Mike Fal- SENIOR CITIZENS Wilber Masters, Jr., unable to These palatial homes are now Lake Butler. The UCDA Is advancing MOST ALL IN CANS
the morning sometimes and in kel, 3 rd place; Col. and Mrs. STARKE CLUB attend. Mr. Howell's address under guided tours for which Pine Air$75,000 toward My Neighbors e i b s PLANT ANY TIME

the evening some. You just haveto Ralph Stevens, 4th place. intensified the need for every one pays admission. construction costs, secured bya KeautifulI Rnses-
wait on them. Joe Stokes The time for playing bridge The next 1 club at meeting the Recreation Is October citizen to be more dedicated, to Newport; was the place of first mortgage bearing 8 per 1'- .. ,. "...,...ny
fished out of Griffins' camp has been changed from 7:30 to 13 p.m. display the American Flag In Houston and Marlon's wedding ,,'
In Starke.
Hall/ Walnut St. the delicious lobster and
Friday and caught 36.Saturday 7 p.m. on every home, and realize and joyed Phone Na9'Llb:,
Keystone folks and area are work for Good Citizenship. four years ago. A coincidence, crab dinners, and brought this /
most welcome, for their Interest most pleasing to Marion, was reporter up to date on the I, 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
In coming legislation Is on reading that her grandson, progress of that part of the Hwy. 100 Florahome
an Integral part of the program Lt Ward Rusling, who was country.Mr. .
A FinancialDepartme as earnestly prepared by Presi- presumable aboard the Cruiser Driscoll's niece, Mrs
Mrs. Gertrude Ponce of Jacksonville
dent Joe Kerrigan. The more USS .Little Rock in the Wm. Bemnlsh, was joined In S. E. McKAY. REALTOR
sister of the late
A members, the better legislation Medlteranean, had docked at marriage to Captain Tuttle, a
results may be obtained. It's Claude Tillman, who was a Newport.; Several dinners were retired Navy officer: and the KEYSTONE HEIGHT!! 473-U1I
,ANNORECTOIY want better frequent visit to the Tillman enjoyed by the family and Appraisal. Service
up to you, do you a one Drlscolls attended the wedding.
Social Security Income, better home, passed away after a len- in particular was dinner on the This honeymooning couple are Tb Bed I. Lakefront
Ito = medicare and health care, recreation gthy illness in Las Vegas, Nevada ; Cruiser with other officers and touring Florida before goingto Hornet, A crease*, K-nUl

transportation facilities Jacksonville hospital., and Burial Mr.was Ponce in especially President( Nixon's; Germany for an extended hon- i ASSOCIATES

M arranged for you? Then spent several days with Mrs. brother. eymoon. "Kter body cull me chief .Mri. :\lell." llgru I7J-4740
> ,
YOU join the group.HOMEMAKERS While In ; Mr. Driscoll's daughter Mrs.
Newport, they Col. J. Chesslngfon
TiMM Tlllman before returning to Las en- doctor-but I feel they aren't / 473487'I. !>
CLUB Vegas for business reasons. sincere ." .. J. Kobln-on 473-1011
However he plans to return to

The Homemakers Club will his Jacksonville home. Tired of

Ow bank Is really financial: department dote, meet stone In City the Civic Hall Hall at of 10 Key-a.m. Mrs.Keystoner Irene ,Schrelner spent the, sum-former ::1h \ p. p I T.J

with services available. for all your financial a"' Wednesday, Oct. 14. with mer relatives.In Traverse She City, Mich\ Forced Busing? v \\J i'
loans cheddalc recently :Ii l
Farm business and Bvrxmal G STA
MEETINGA returned to her home on Lake ,
and savings accounts safe deposit .and SPECIAL Santa Fe, but her plans were VOTE

many other services. Use them to your fuDeat Congregational meeting of changed and she left last Sun-

advantage. the Community Church will be day to live permanently In Traverse k Joe Jr.
Wor- City.
held following the morning
Hiway/ 21 North Keystone, Ifts.
t OBT ACQUAINTED ship Service on October 11 for Rev. and Mrs. William Jones,
to the of St. Anne's Episcopal Church
the purpose of presenting .
Congregation the disposal or were unexpectedly called to Los ; House Representative Barbecue .. Steaks -. Fresh Seafood
STATE BARK retaining of the Church Par- Vegas, Nevada on the occasion District 17IRepublicanl
KEYSTONE sonage. of attending to Mrs. Jones aunt Buffet Lunch Daily

Eey_. Bdglt; ..J1LfIT. who was seriously Ill and was ( ) .. 7 a.m.12
1is.tiele p.JUC FAMILY DINNERIt to undergo surgery. They left Dining Open p.m.

Ta Yrtin late last week. pa "0' AOV.
In "
... PdeM21' Baak was a pleasant occasionand Mrs. J.H. Wallace of Mel- For 'Take-Out Orders! Call Ole AI I73-OG2I)
the first opportunity; for rose underwent major surgery

OCT. R, 1.970 .- TEI.. }:,.'R.tl'I1 I'. .111l1.; t,.

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Pine Air _____ MEL R 0 S E------ --

I (From Preceding! Fag) By Joyce Rowe

to acquire the old Lake Butler Sorry there hasn't been any The 1st annual reunion of CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESUlTS
have been
Airport property, consisting of news lately things the James E, Thompson fam-
kind of hectic around my house.
1,020 acres. This tract was ily was held recently at the
took two-week
First we a vacation
purchased, from the General farm of Mr. and Mrs. Edward -
to Tulsa OKla. (where
Services Administration for (Red) Thompson for the
$100.000 on a time basis. else?)where we visited numerous first time since 1941. It was -
relatives on both sides of
about ten possible for all the childrento
Since the purchase, the family. Then by the time we
ago, the Authority has got home, our son In school, reunite. Each family broughta r.rh... -
sold covered dish and the picnic
$57,000 worth of timber and things back to normal, I like CLASSIFIED AD RATES EXPERIENCED WAITRESS AYES FABRICS: must sellout I FOR SALE-Two tory con: :>reta BABY SITTING-Best of cars
from the tract and has an annual atmosphere was enjoyedby
was asked to work two weeksat The family Includes 'wonte: Hours from 11 p.m.to all stock by Oct. 17. Pricesat block duplex. Make good nurse In my boom!. Phone 4754440.
Income of $2,600 from the bank. So I've been aorta everyone. Minimum Charge .... .1.75 rook (ibottom. Bank-Amerl- St.' Itp
and Sat
7 Friday Center
( ajn. on 509 _
of the six living children, 16 Ing home.! lip
mineral leases on part .:....
short of time. Covers 15 words) cord and Master
grandchildren and five great- urdays Apply' in.. person.Longhcrn '! .- Charge.Hdihway .
property.The Restaurant, :301 S. 301 -1V4 miles northof $17.95 to $24.95 ALL WOOD 19' Travel Trailer, oomp, self-
county; deeded 500 acres While on vacation our twins, grandchildren.Those Etch word over 15-7oSQc :It Waldo Ztchg' 10-15-70 Dlnjng Chairs (seconds) for< contained, electric .brakes!

of the airport property) to the Debra and Dexter, celebrated attending included the Extra Charge If not $6.95 & $8.95) at Dahmer's Dls- "FAN" used three times. Assume
state for the new$7 million State their third birthday with a party : ATTENTION: Anyone havingpicture Itch
parents, James E. Thompson paid In advance FOR SALE Counllxy home ; count. :{ payments.: 964-8395 lip
Prison Reception Center which at the home of their uncle of Melrose and Mrs. Marie ,With very small dawn pay:, taken at, Dahmers in
opened: a year or so ago and and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Har- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ments. Also apartments) laStarlce. July 1970, from "Kiddy Krome FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished 70 Ford( Pilck-Up. Spots-cus-
Sumners of Tampa Druey
provides' employment to many Price. Our oldest son had a of Melrose and;Mrs. JamesM. $iso Per Inch W. H. Nollman. tfchg Studios." Please call 9646117. apartment. 507 Center' St. tom, V8, automatic!. LWB: lowmileage.
area residents. different sort of celebration pe with teenager. .
: Itp Couple or couple Best offer Call 8395.
of Tampa Mr.
Robert Drlggers, Union he spent one evening in the Thompson ; !Memorials Resolutions. WANT TO RENT2 'bedroom Itp Itp!

County clerk of the circuit hospital where his arm was and Mrs. Robert Leon Thompson Proclamations, etc7c word furnished::. house or- apart ONLY PLACE in. town 'where ""**

court and soci-Vtiry to the put In a cast because of a and daughters, of Jacksonville ment. Mut! be nice. Write M, you trade In ;your 8tracktaps/ / IFOR( RENT Fumi&hd.. one 3 SEWING MACHINE

development authority says cracked bone. This was the ; Mr and Mrs. John CARDS OF THANKS care of Telegraph, Drawer A, end 1 get a new' one for 350. ibedrcum house. 2 ,bedroom OPERATORS NEEDED

that all money advanced for result of a fall from a horseon McAbee and sons, of Clear- SO words or less .. ......3.00 Starfta. Itchg D.i.hmer'3 Discount Itchg hoc:es. No small children. eft .Starting salary( $1.65 :,per hour
the location of Industry In the the rocky ground of Okla- water; Mr. and Mrs. Cal Cal- Each word over 50-7o pets. Phoney 964-5884 or 570() W. Air conditioned. plant
county; Is being repaid with in- homa. This is the second broken loway and children, of Oxford; FOR SALE-1970 :Ford pictouip! IFOR SALE ,-.Bird dog[ puppies. Call St. Itchg Work five full days

terest. During the first few arm for him !In less than Melodle, Mark, and Raymond 'v8. Standard: trains. R&H Good< Stock. Don Bagwell, 964- Start 'work at 8:00: A.M.
the Authority was subsidized Thompson, children of the 6200. RCA COMBINATION Radio-
years ; veer and a half. FOR, SALE-4 bedroom house $200.00. and assume pay tfchg No plece-ratas-No!! Production:
by county; funds, but hosts, Mr.and Mrs.Ed.Thompson Call after 5 964- Storeo Player & TV, A-l shape
pjn. W: need' 20() Experienced
Kings-ley LnJte.
according to Chairman Brown, Some of the other little guys ; Mrs. Sam Munlz Mr. and Large fenced< 8062. Itp WANTED Mature woman to for $199.95 Daimler's, Discount '.
It no longer receives this sup- In town have been having rough Mrs. Phillip L. Thompson and ynrd. Workshop. Phone 964- care for 3 year old and lighlt ltchg now.Murano

port. time, also. sons; Mrs. Arthur Muniz and 8211._It, FOR SALE-Two ponies, anda !house iwork. Must have trans Mfg. Co. P. O. Box

Besides Brown, other appointed sons; Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Cal- FOR SALE child's saddle. Call 7823365. portation.( Hours 8 a.m. to 4 FOR SALE-New and used appliances 280 Waldo, Fla. 32694. Phone:
Authority members are Vince Ahrano, son of Mr. and loway and sons, all of Belle- Lincoln Con- lIt' !) p.m. Mon. thru Fri. Call 964- We stock Norge, 4681654. Ees Rex Rhodes.

CM. Woodley, CU. Crews,and Mrs. Tony Ahrana, !is in Ala- view. tinental.. Loaded! 'with all ex.tra.s. 6220 or 533-2159 Ztchr IP-IS Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid, CornIng Plant' Manager. Itchg

A.F, Howard. Union County chua General Hospital, with a Gcod condition $950.00. p Cook Ranges> Enterprise,
Commissioners serve as ex- respiratory ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe Call 431-1428 after 4 pm. Itchg JIMMY MOORE'S 40 X 52" WOOD Dining Tables and Scotchman;. Ice Makers, 20 ACRES

officio members of the Authority and family visited her brother Lu SUN SPORTS (seconds!! ). Were $69.95, now Whirlpool! Air: cnditlMosrs. We Hellbronn Spring*- Old Willie
::-r-One female bI4bY-3I.lI1
Green House Needs
and family, Mr. and Mrs.Glynn $19.95 & -
David Chamblee has also been $29.95 at Dahmer's service what we sell. Wells
Rothhammer and children in tan hound dog near Sampson Work $8,500 Call Bill Powell
,. sick, but has been improving Gainesville. City and Road 100. Dog MOORE BOAT FOR Discount. Uihg Appliances!! U.S. 301 South, 2 Broker
1-1 III well.Rodney.
quite has tatoo.' Call Trulby: Tetstone, YOUR MONEY NEED SCHOOL FUNDS? miles. Phone 964-6051. ttchg

Dougherty is finallyin Welcome to Melrose, Mr.and 43S-2543 Brooker. Reward. Housewives like yourself ..arelEIaJI'11d.nii BRAND NEW $89.95 Craig 4- 10 ACRES
INDIAN BEACH Mrs. Leonard Graham and Itp Starke Ph. 964-5791 South 301 -Nice Frame Home
kindergarten after missingthe good Income by representing tape Stereos for your oar,
children, who recently moved Many Outbuildings Chain
first couple of weeks because Camalon Cosmetics. at Dahmer'3 Discount.
FOR SALE large, frame Complete Outboard & $29.95
here from LaBelle. Link Fence $17,000 Call Bill
Santa Fe) His
house -
on corner lot In
Hamp Stern Drive Service and Powell Broker
82: Michael !H. Cfclttr Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dough- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. ton. Both streets paved. Flor- qualified' 'women.: Write Audrey ,

Phone 475-1612 erty, really had their hands Quarles, Jr., now stationed in rle Brown. 2tp 10-15 Repair. Complete Fiber O'Neal P. O. Box 1014, Gainesville FOR SALE-One used 25 "Young Life"
full, as they also had a new glass!'! Repair. Custom- ft. side side refrigerator
Turkey, are parents of a baby Fla. 32601 or call 3723513. cu. by COSMETICS FOR TilE
baby to care for. The new Tracy Ilene, born Sept built Fiberglass Fishing Itchg freezer. Like new.
Greetings friends Hope all of TEENAGER BY LUZIER
Patrick LEGAL
is named FORMS. Bradford
baby, a Is the
you are not having cold trouble Russell. Maternal grandparents 28. Mrs. Quarles County Telegraph. Ph. Boats* $125.00. 14 cu. ft. refrigerator If you are age 17 to 25 Ann Mater- FOR SALE Feeders andporkers
like we are at our house. The are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hln- former Thompson. 88C-8305. freezer, like new, want a good part time job,
Mr. and $25 Edwards;
are each.
change of weather has given all nal grandparents
ft these cosmetics are createdfor
nant. (Red) Road,Rt. 2,Box 227-A $100.00. 21 cu. refrigeralor -
Mrs. Thompson.Fall Starke
of us the' sniffles.Things haven'tbeen REDUCE wife and fast .with NEW LISTING freezer side by side girls 17 to( 25. No experience :
too busy here,with us being Also new parents are Mr. meet- BoBese Tablets and E-Vap 3 (bedroom! dwelling hardwood Phillip, Alexander. 3tp 10-IS 1 needed. No investment.'
under tne weather. My cousin. and Mrs. Yancy Dull, whose is here and club NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refrigerator -
have resumed. Several "water pills. Andrews floors, dry wall and FOR SALE 3 !bedroom Itt No risk. Excellent comm. Call
Jerry Chitty of Srarke cameout baby daughter arrived in the Ings have aleady' held one meet- Pharmacy.:: 6tp 11-5 panell'tig: '' tile .bi th. 6u:table bath and 8 acres of land. 2 freezer, with ice for appt. 964-5618.
TTinr"'. ohwwon") and we went of the morning, Sep NEW 741
ty wee hours for retired couple or small miles maker, $299.99. LUZIER COSMETICS & WIGS
South of
flshlr i for :an.die.' My mother tember 24. Mr. and Mrs. Harley ing. FOR RENT Small :unfurnished family. Quiet !section. Pricedat 325. Phone 468-1722 Hampton 2tp 10-8 on N. Thompson St. Phone (Clalroil's sister company)

I went Into town and picked upJerry's Dull are the paternal grand The Woman's Club held Open cottage nice location: 900000. \. J. Thomas 964-6729 tfchg Lcnils\ Stern Authorized Distributor -

wile, Regina, and they parents and Mr. and Mrs.Floyd House Sunday afternoon from land for garden. No children: Realtor. Tel. 9645701. P. O. Box 158. Starke,
ate supper with us. Later my GUrie are maternal grandparents. no pets. Ideal for retired close-outs
3 to 5 pan. at the clubhouse. COUple. 8-TRACK new !tapes, Fla. 2tchg 10-13
father and mother baby-satwith About 50 people attended. The Phone B64-5801 3tp 10-15 HELP WANTED -Work from at $3.98 and $4.98 at Daiuner's,
Jerry's and Reglna's baby, Don- Woman's Club meet- home MARY Itch
resumes oar\! necessary.: Make Discount.
nlc while went A couple of new businesseshave HOUSE PAINTING Inter
we visiting. ,
and meets the
ings this week $500 to $1,000 now to( Christetas.
Jerry came back Friday morn- opened In Melrose recently. !Sor-Exterior. Kool seal mobile GLOVER
first and third Wednesdays of .
For details
iiig for awhile and then we went One is an antique shop.I !homes. Hourly or contract. or
1Itttoo":\ vUtting. Buddy and confess. I haven't had a chanceto the month at 12 noon. First class workmanship.'\ call Una DoutW'rty' Columbia:! CARTER BRADFORD ELECTRIC

,I :.f\: -l" Bills of Gainesville came go In and browse, but it The Homemakers Club has Contact Lonnie Roberts, Ral- Motel Lake City, Fla. Phone .

ovur Saturday and my parents does seem to be busy, especi- had one meeting and will meet ford, Fla. Mon.; Thur., Fri. 752-2650. :3tp;, 10-8 SEPTIC TANK Complete Repair

and ihey went to Jacksonville ally on weekends.A the fourth Thursday of each 7 a.m to 5 p.m. 431-1128. SERVICE STATION For" PAINTSNEW COMPANYREPAIRING ServiceWIRING.HEATING

ftt t some snrlmp to go In the month. The Club has held bake Nights and weekends. 431* Lea&e. Doing good gollonase.
freezer Cricket! nwl ;li': ,rle had pet store has opened where sales throughout the summer 1768 4tp 10,15 Good location. Write in own
fun hewing: shrimp whl !'ames Walter Mann's plumbing shop ITEMS
and is planning a Turkey din- hand! writing AIR CONDITIONING
giving references
and Buddy *e I K.it. A:'IJ.z i< ;,r '>'ii.4 nt many animals native to Floridaare Tickets are on sale from mem- FOR SALE New and used a nd qualifications! to J. WALL PAPER AND PUMPING 24 HOURS

the afternoon with Mr.and Mrs. for sale.DUPLICATE, bers for $1.50 for adults and appliances We stock Norge. L., care of Bradford County\ 9648835r
Kitchen Aid Corning Telegraph, Drawer A, Starke.
A.B Howard daughter Kathy 75C for children under 12. Unpainted Furniture
Crawford and her daughter, BRIDGE Cook Ranges. Enterprise' 2tchg 10-1 Phone 964-6647

Kim. Duplicate Bridge winners this The Melrose Action Committee and Scotchman lea Makers. -Wood Graining Kit Stark, FU. tfch*

Paul, Lee and Greg Strand- week were: Mrs. B.A. Allen meets this week for their Whirlpool Air Conditioners.: SEWING
Phil Kromer 1st We service what sell.Wells
berg of' Jacksonville spent and Mrs. second meeting. Meetings are we K-80 Paint Remover
Saturday with Mrs. Jo Strand- place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and held the first Tuesday of each Appliances. U.S. 301 South 2 I
to rg.As. Mrs. John Strawn 2nd place; month. miles. Phone 064-6061 tfchg House of Vacuum Houses Washed MACHINESALES

advertised! In this Mrs. Mike Falkel and Mrs. !Many brands of I FOR SALEAckerman
paper, :new vacuum I & SERVICEPFAFF
Donald Aska, 3rd place; Mrs. Mrs. Estelle Brock of the Lawn Mowers For'Rent
trne i* !Jnfttec\ a rvrfcty. Sup- Raymond Crabtree and Mrs. State Day Care Centers visitedthe Southern Marine NECCHI
) $13, Expert Repairs 'all make 102 EAST BROWNLEE Farm NEW HOME UNIVERSAl
F.T. Hogue, 4th place. Melrose Day Care Center
,,'t\\ on fXv: &i Tv. 'ps t'.lrJshave: Ports and Accessories for all
Duplicate bridge Is being Tuesday.! She is from Jackson- Moved\ To GainesvilleNew $49.50 up
+ 4 4 hjvi t hll.d) ''A.1 frl their
AbctiM. .. / r. : .t-t, 'Wtting played on Thursday night also. ville.! The Day Care Centeris NameGainesville vacuums. Built !In Central vacuum STREET 2 Miles North on West PARTS & REPAIRS ON Alt

lu ww ptneiu.-i ..i'V' 1 csl&ig: ) and Bridge games start at 7 p.m. open from 7:30: a.m. to cleaning: systems. 712 N. Side of Highway 301. OTHER MADE MACHe4E5NATIONAL" .
painting the kitchen so come at the Woman's Club. Those 5 p.m. and Is for all working Marine Main, Gainesville 376-7110

out and support these girls and interested in playing are invited mothers at a very reasonablecost. I.YNN HAMILTON MGR. COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot Charles M. Schmitt

help) them pay off their bill to come. Interested people can visit Johnson Motors Cobra. Boats CLASP ENVELOPES, all tage parents /wanted some 611 W.UNIV IoVI.

while enjoying a delicious din- the day care center. Marine'' .Izes.- Bradford County Telegraph Married couples, and women. Phone 964-6200 378-1355
ner. You know these girls real- If there is anyone In this .
Salary starts $347 ; month
Melrose PTA met for the 1030 E. per ,
ly can cook. area interested In doing what University Ave.
first time this school year In be per person. 5 day week, 8 hour
June Griffin fell at school can done about the problem Gainesville
last week and cracked her head. the auditorium Monday night. of our environment,please con- day. Promotional opportunitiesState
Hope she Is feeling better by The faculty and staff were !Introduced tact me, as I would like to Smith Plumbingand Retirement, sick leave NOTICE

now. Alan Griffin was down to the parents by Mrs. form an Environment Club to WANTED LISTINGS "vacation' : etc Please' apply in

Maude Watkins, Melrose Ele- do what we can to help. I Supply person only .Personnel Office,
with a virus for a few days On Homes and Acreage. Buyers SEARSHas Starke and Keystone
last week. mentary principal.In consider this a real problemand Etanland Center ,
the business part of the Strout Realty, Rear. Fla. An equal Heights area Customers
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Haynesare think if those interested Broker opportunity; employer
meeting the budget of $459 2117 N. Temple Ave Raiford Road Everthing
living in one of Griffin's worked together maybe more tfchg Mattressand
Ph. 964-6609
was presented and approved by Starke Fla. Hastings
cottages until January.Mr. could be done. Phone 964.6023 .

and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter the members. The project for ... For STARKEPhone Upholstery
visited relatives In Jacksonville the year will be to buy mats !}II:::+;:i:::.sL'x:: ;:: to in front of the entran- : $ NeedsBuy Sell Exchange Contracting and Repairs
Welaka and Tampa last go Y: Tetanus Toxoid St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .
i GLASS Appraisal Expert Plumbing Fixtures 961-6843 710
week. Mrs. Carpenter will visit ces of the school. It Is hoped :1::: r Sleeping Sickness
this will cut down on the a- : Advice on all Real Water Heaters
Mr. and Mrs. David Reid In Distemper! Hepatitis-Lepto
':. FOR EVERY PURPOSfi {:: Estate _
Jacksonville Monday and Tues mount of sand tracked into the ::; : Problems Call Water PampiINSURANCE Comblotlo
school. It was also decided .:i ; BILL POWELL ANDREWS DRUGS Is Open Again

day.Mrs. George Ellis celebrated to begin meetings at 7:30 !Instead ::: Mirrors :: Reg. Real Estate Broker
of 8. ;: Phone 961-6464 ,- FURNITURE
her birthday last weekend and Mrs. Duncan !j; FOR EVERY PURPOSESWEAT'S ?: SUrke Plaza NEW AND USED Refinished
Betty ,president, Starke fired .
: AT FOR RENT12' wide 2 bedroom Rep
had all of her children and some : : REDUCED RATES
here to announced that this year meetIngs ::I tif' tfclut AUTO FIRE trailer outside city Re.upholstered
of her grandchildren will be held In Florahome :: BOAT PLUMBINGXITCH
limits. J. B. White 9646114.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal of and Johnson. It is hoped that ; DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE NEW MATTRESSES
Brooker were recent visitorsof this will stimulate interest for f'I jj' GLASS CO. f fcf iller BrownVolkswagen AGENCY tfchg

the Jack Miller family.Chief the PTA in these areas. The ton* FREE ESTIMATESCall
:=:i 172-4315 172-4 J5I : FOR SALE New :brick, 3
and Mrs. Bill Hatfleld and next meeting will be held In 328.2144
:::: till N.W. 4th Plea' ::::1: bedroom 2 baths, living room, Plumbing Co. Collect
daughter Kelly, and Mr. and !
Florahome at the
Community; :: Gdeasrill.IQ'ti .. ::: BAIRD dining room, family room.
Mrs. Konalc MV" & >.Cecil: : Field Center. 'j: ::: ::ray.Sra:::::::: :::::::::S'wv.::; :::i,44: :::J.r.'ikvk:::: :::.:::=::--f:;:: ::: > FHA or Conventional Financ
viM' 4\ .e snd.: The Following the meeting, a reception Mobile Homes ing. Contact Buford M tcheU. PHONE 964.7653P. LEWISWELDING
Higafr *ra nu.t\v of Hawaii! was held in the cafeteria
O. BOX 943
Phone 9646760. P.O. Box 238 SHOP
NEW and
and had never seen a lake. Lou for the teachers, so that
said they were amazed at the teachers and Starke. tfchg STARKE FLA,
parents could get New A Used t.O"lea 8.10.12' Wide Whispering!' Pines Motel
size. They always thought a acquainted Service GainesvilleGood RESIDENTIAL Building Lots TPDRAGLINE ,-i
lake was very small. 'VtII! Quality on Pratt Street for Sale. Suit US 301 S. Phone

Trellle Cheshire of Pompanois 1 MI. North of Tire Mall Reasonably Priced Able for VA or FHA financing.A. 9648252.

spending a few weeks with GAINESVILLECARL J. Thomas Realucr. Tel.
her mother Mrs. II.T. Smith TURKEY DINNER Gainesville 378.2785 984-8701. UTILITY TRAILERS

and aunt Ruby Wolfe. They all Serviced, Guaranteed and CUSTOM BUILT.
spent two days in Jacksonville The Melrose HomemakersClub Delivered In Starke! Art* It's Inexpensive to clean rugs AND GAS AND ELECTRIC

lat week visiting Mrs. Mur- will serve a Turkey din- NO EXTRA COST and /upholstery with. BLUE BULLDOZER WORK WELDING BRAZING

ray and Mrs. McGrtff Friday ner with all the trimmings on TJ8 441 N. 4502 NW 13111GalJle.y1Ile LUSTRE. Rent Electric :hampooer SHEET MKTAT.
night they had dinner with Mr. Friday night Oct. 16, from BEGGS 150. Starke Hardware
and Mrs. Keith Cheshire of 5:30: () to 7:30. Gulf ServiceUSED 378-2785:! 108 E. Call St. 6tchg 10-29 CLINTONROBINSON

Gainesville. The public Is Invited.
we'll get It for you. Office BARRETT PUMPSNEW

top Prices for Wrecked Car Supplies, Furniture, Equip

Tired of 21 Hour Wrecker ServIce ment. Bradford County Water Conditioning PH. 284.3593 AND USED

Fuel Oil Telegraph.! PENNY
and Co.
Forced Busing? Used Cars POSTED SIGNS: Treated to
Hwy. SOI N. Waldo withstand weather 20o each 130 Court Street
$225 doz. Special price on larger Phone 964.5832PLUMBING SERVICE
VOTE 4C8-U93 quantities. Bradford County A TO ZConstruction Deep and Shallow Wells

Telegraph. tf Water Softeners and

i Joe Ripley Jr. SEWING MACHINE_ Cleaned, WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn Co. FiltersPlumbing
Water Conditionersand
THE FIRST NAME IN oiled and adjusted In your Crosby Lake tt Crosby Lake For AH Your Remodel; Supplies

SMALL CARS' home $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Home. Pumps ing Need' of General
; House of Representatives repairs also. All work guarantee Summer Cottage Or Year- WELL DRILLING Contracting. EXPERT SERVICE ON

fi f f'I I District 17 DATSUNGAiNESVILLE ed. Dennis E. Cogglne, Phone Round Living. Sales and Rentals ALL MAKES

r: 4I1.1 423. '\\tcbC All Lot Ready To Go-Cleared CONTACTW. PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE

! ( Graded & Leveled. Repair Department L. FOWLERAT
c RepubliconlP.Ar1 ) EZERASE .
" TYPEWRITES 24 Hour Service
l Priced From $995.00. Financing
2nd Ave. 2n4 St. S E.FlorUa .
lI PAPER Mlmeo Paper, Bon4 964.7605 or 964-5289
Available. Call
I ro pau. ADV.TKLKOHAPH Gal..w.. Paper, Notebook Filers r PTTMP & SUPPLY CO.

Bradford< County Telegraph FREE ESTIMATES

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