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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 17, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven


Vol.) 92 STARKE FLORIDA 15 I

p I In Hot Session
I No.. 17 Thursday October 15. 1970 COPY

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If Asked To

Hampton

AbolishCharter
,

_i Disbands Town?


If Hampton voters decide to state to be distributed among
surrender the city charter what other municipalities $1,033 Beginning with a peti-
happens? came from the Florida Power tion to surrender the city
First if the three petitions and Light Franchise which jhlarter. Hampton City
Arrests t presented to Hampton City more than paid the $914 streetlight
by Starke Council prove to have signa- bill for the yearboth Council was put under fire
armed tures of one-third of the regIstered of these would nullified: without for nearly everything but
breaking and electors the mayor incorporation.: the kitchen sink at Tues-
Clarence 7 proclaims: a city election hand- The city; utility tax broughtin day evening's meeting_
led by the city; council. $1.698, another of
source
coln City.; : Attorney George Pierce sayIng -
Friday. Oct. : : If voters decide to surrenderthe (Continued on Page Four) he represented onethirdof
trolman charter all city debts are
the city voters read the
paid, and
charged with any remaining property -
petition "according to state law
the and money goes to Brad- to surrender the charter of
Temple Ave. ford County. In case debts are 70 CalfScramble
more than assets the countys the city and ask the mayor to
Mitchell make a proclamation for
'. authorized an
to
levy taxes on
election not less than 30
Mrs. Janis days
city) residents to pay the debts.
of mlidt nor more 60 day..from the
the
At
present, the city has no
made a Indebtedness date of presenting the petition..
only monthly
the Madison bills. City Attorney Richard Wil-
where Mrs. Should the city become unincorporated On Tap son advised the council: to verily -
oened to be
property; in whatIs that each of the signersIs
the counter currently the City of Hampton an elector in the city; and
According would be included under Oct. 24The that they themselves signed the
lice Chief Bill the Bradford County Zoning petition.. Council PresldentE.G.
Alvarez told Saxon named Clerk Lillian In-
she could Code thus limiting the num- 4th Annual Calf Scramble: genlath and Councilmen A.C.
held a ber of dwellings per acre and Horse Show sponsored by Dennison and Hazel Thomasto
ever saw placement of dwelling etc. the Starke-Bradford County check the names.
to Identify However the county zoning code Chamber of Commerce, Is set The stormy session was the
shots at the effects nothing existed at the Saturday Oct. 24 at the Brad- first meeting of the new year
But last time of its adoption. ford County Fairgrounds. with outgoing Council PresidentDon
around from : Hampton at present has no Hill swearing In the newly
zoning ordinances and as eachof Activities will start with a elected officers who In turn
and
the municipalities in the chicken dinner at 5 p.m.,served elected Saxon for the coming
I' Mitchell she stared who county; is not Included in the by the Bradford High School year. Mrs. Frances Wadsworth
cal cattle county plan. Future Farmers of America. replaced Hill on the council
ed at 1:30 Cities or towns in Florida The Calf Scramble and Horse the only change In the city;
was surrendering a charter is not Show has been one of the major off!' Ms since the September
County; too rare but is usually com- projects of the local chamber In ele n.Wi .
on a charge bined with annexation to a lar- promoting sericulture and a 21 visitors at the meet-
Mitchell is : ger city; according to Hampton countywide; livestock Improve- ing several different requests
county jail City; Attorney Richard Wll.on -- ment program for the youth of were made to the council, be-'
of Gainesville. Outright Bradford County.; The event will ginning with Mrs. Lynn Hall's
The Lincoln: changing from an Incorporated provide 20 FFA and 4-H boys asking why city water and sew-
currently city; to no organized govern- the opportunity; to win ten regis age need be applied for considering -
slaughter in ment is very unusual the at- tered purebred calves and five the low fixed incomeof
on Sept. 5 of torney said Tuesday night. top grade calves during the so many residents.
ry J. Aaron Hampton' was chartered by three scrambles. Attorney Wilson attempted to
I He was out .._ T .-............ an act of the Florida Legislature Added features will be a explain that the application fora
Ing a $ In 1893. That municipal greased pig "scramble" for 7 federal grant and/or loan did
charge. government was abolished and to 10 year olds. not commit: the city to the project -
Another the present city governmentset Lloyd Bryan president of the and was all that had been
in the minute up by another legislativeact Bradford Roping Club, pro- approved by the council: so far.
Two young on June 11, 1925. mises spirited competition in An answer to the federal application I
arrested last the Horse Show events start- If expected to take at I
7, In the and lowland Last year's city; Income came Ing with the pole bend and least a year and a half he
of Devrick, to $9,838. $4,410 came from Texas barrel weave at 5 P.rn.Cont'lS said.When
lee St. c.'O goldenrod- the city's share of cigarette he went on the explain
Charged Autumn taxes which would revert to the ( from Pg. 8) that "septic tanks have got toJlO"
entering Is according to the Air and
18, God. Water Pollution Control Board
possession of CW.H, Carruth) L.G. Johns challenged, "Have
Derrick's is you something to base that on?"
Blye Jr., 21, Wilson answered that he had
resident now been to Tallahassee In behalfof
Lewis : (\\'rhr the city of Waldo and that
Starke Police. 8 Hurt the Pollution Control Board
"has announced a policy and
That case In 3 CarAccident they are going to follow a pol-
morning icy through." He said no dead-
curred with line for septic tanks removal '
dealers began had been set.
lice Johns said he thought this
( board had only an advisory
Eight persons were Injuredand capacity. Wilson said no, U..*
it definitely had power to enforce -
of
( : cent property damage $2,200
the resulted from a three-vehicle their regulations
collision on Highway 16, 8.1 Tieing In this exchange with
; miles east of Starke on October the pollution charge now pend-
l a 7.The. ing concerning the city dump
O ; ; Injured were Harrison Johns replied "I can't see
at J. Plckett, 52, of Starke; Mr. ," what's this about being so sanc-
and Mrs. Harold E. Rhodenof timonious about one thing and
0 Hampton and their five children then turn around and fight pollution -
Gall Harvey Marty; Darlene on another thing."
and Pearl. No one was Wilson went on to explain
; ; seriously hurt. that because of the Air and
of The accident occurred whena Water pollution Control
than truck-trailer traveling weston Board's stand, septic tanks
the 100 and driven by Floyd Fer- would be condemned whetherthe

; ris, 22, of Rrooker, struck a .. ,_. city; was Incorporated or
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car Pickott
I the by In the not.D.W.
rear causing it to cross the Scene of hit and run accident last Wednesday ni :ht. Johnson, a former councilman -
4th the center line and strike Rhoden'scar Officer( : I is City Patrolman Julian Green. brought up the fact of
and trailer In the left
: ; in side. outdoor privys polluting the
Calf PIckett's same stream as the condemned
car was total loss
and city; dump and "the council
I damage to Rhoden's vehicle -
r Sat.. the was estimated at $1,000. Man KilledWalking hasn't done anything" about

br Trooper R.W. Pace, the investigating them.
Johns and Richard Keyes
; officer said that
charges In the' accident are asked who was responsible for
I pending. the city; dump during the period
SR-16 that it is not offlcally closed
Served ; when the county will not use
equipment to cover the landfill -
; POULTRYMENDr. until the hearing askedof
: to- An unknown vehicle struck due to a heavy overcast the pollution control board.
at : Jack Henley head of the and killed Harvey A. Mears 44, Mears was apparently hit and Councilman Saxon said the man
; diagnostic laboratory at Dade Green Cove Springs as he killed Instantly as he walked who made the complaint he
that
Parade City; discussed poultry dis- walked down the middle of SR- down the road. Bradford County guessed. R.J.Williams said that
6:30 eases at the regular meetingof 16 In extreme darkness last and City of Starke officersat though he had made the com-
the North Florida Poultry- Wednesday night, Oct. 7. the scene said I Indict of the plaint, when he was council-
First men's Association in the agri- The accident occurred at 10:15: car nearly tore the body In man, he had hired Lawrence
7:15 cultural building Tuesday night. P.m. Just east of the Clay County half All Mears pockets were Bias to keep the dump clean
-. Special attention was given to ; line. SR-16 is presently under turned wrong side out, officers and It was said the cleanestIn
Mereck's disease which is the construction from Starke to said. the county. *
Chamber ; al- most common In this area. KIngsley Lake. There was no The accident was reportedto
; County Sanitarian Jack Tra- pavement where the accident Starke police by another After some disagreement as
tbQ <1 wick commended the poultrymen occurred. motorist who said his car might to whether the Air and Water
on the good Job they are The unknown vehicle according have also struck the body. Pollution Control Board or the
; ; the doing in the field of sanitation. to Orange Park Highway State Board of Health orderedthe
; Assistant County; Agent Bobby Patrolman A.M. Brown was Mears' lymouth station wag- dump closed Wilson explained -
t4tc. to Taylor reported on progress of traveling west toward Starke. on was found approximately half that the hearing requested -
; are the Calf Scramble and the Association Mears was walking east toward a mile from the body. It was by the city is accord-
A-t. voted to support this Kingsley Lake In the centerof parked In the middle of SR-16 ing to state law to establish
top..Ie... project financially. the road. with no lights showing. The first if pollution does exist
r.-- ; The meeting was presidedover He was dressed In dark cloth- vehicle had broken down and and what the source of that
Clerk Merrill has mount reduced to $2,000 say- "!J and Mears was walking for help
by President Arthur Gas- Ing the trooper describesthe
striven to regain control of ing the charge here Is mores (Cont'd: from Pg. 8)) kins. night as "extremely dark officers surmised Cont'd from Pg. 8)


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Starke ElementaryPTA ,Mary Ann Barton Rosier-Whitehead Little Women
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Met TuesdayThe 'To ParticipateIn Rehearsal DinnerMr. plan ActivitiesA

a r Forest Festival program on parliamentary

Starke Elementary School and Mrs. Robert Lincoln procedure was presented by
PTA met Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Miss Mary IWI1 canon, 1970 Rosier of Jacksonville entertained Miss Della Rosenberg at the
aAY1y I In the school cafeteria with the Strawberry Queen will represent at a dinner party FrlJ regular meeting of the Little
devotional given by Rev. Bob Bradford County this week. day. Oct. 2, at the Garden Women's Club on Monday
Cooper of Morgan Road Chaps end at the Fifth annual Florida Restaurant following the wed- Oct. 12. The members were
Forest Festival In Perry. ding rehearsal of their son assisted In the correct pro-

Gw,. Mootyi Ph... M4-7CM. The project of the year will Highlighting this gala week- Robert, and Mrs. Sally Sink ceedure of usage, giving each
be repairing and purchasing end will be a teenage ball, Whitehead. member an opportunity to put
Satiety EditorSally .y ., A playground equipment. "Prayer banquet and parade. Other The T-shaped table was cen- parliamentary rules into prac-
guests at the banquet will be tered with a fall flower arrangement -
Back In School" la a special Gov. Kirk, Mis USA, Miss balanced by single tice.Miss June Hardy finance

... "'ftI.JI ....... e' project undertaken with th1Iyear tht Dominion of Canada and Miss candle holders with burning yellow chairman, announced plans fora
in
-" wieftesw cooperation Florida. Mary Ann will also tapers. car wash bake sale, and
Woman's Club of Starke and participate In the King Tree
the money-making projects.
The guest list Included other
of Wo-
the Florida Federation
Parade Saturday morning, con- will
wedding party and parents of The November project
Sink Whitehead Robt. Rosier man's Clubs.Statistics sisting'of 250 units. the honored couple. be a Fall Fashion Show with
to show -
Wed in First Presbytterian Church Y an over-all picture were given of the schoolby of Mrs.the Jim Junior Lawson Woman's, president Club Mrs. Whitehead and their Mr. all members with participating local mer-In
Rosier presented gifts to cooperation
Principal Charles Francis.
will drive the convertible in
Mrs. Sally Sink Whitehead daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. The teachers were Introduced the parade for Mary Ann. The attendants during the evening. chants.
for the meeting
and Robert Lewis Rosier exchanged Denmark, and Master Bo Whitehead and Mrs. Gay's third grade had Hostesses
Strawberry Queen beauty
pag- CARD OF THANKSThe Miss June Hardy, chair-
Satur- son of the bride passedout in were
nupital vows the most parents attending eant was sponsored last year assisted by Miss Carol
day, 8 chwftth rice bags. the room count.Refreshments. and will be sponsored next family of Mrs. Truba man,
PPiesbyterl Cn year Bloodworth and Miss Vicki
First After spending some time with were served, by the Junior Woman's Club of Johns Wynn wishes to thank
Rev. Robert Burch performing their guests the couple left ona and a "meet yw" child's tea- Starke. their many friends for all the Barfcsdale.

the candlelight ceremony. wedding trip to the Smoky Mountains Mr. and Mrs. Green Are HonoredOn cher" period was held. Gov. Kirk issued a procla- acts of kindness shown In the
The bride la the daughter of and now reside at Rt. I mation Oct. 6 which proclaimsthe loss of our dear mother. May Miss Ginger Baldwin of Tlft
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink and Box 123, Ralford. The bride Thirty-fifth Wedding Anniversary '" week of Oct.12-17,as Flori- God bless each and every one College Is home from Thurs-
the groom Is the son of Mr.and chose for traveling a black da Forestry week. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Brown and to Monday.
day
Mrs. Robert Lincoln Rosier of pole knit dress with a short Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green antique silver pitcher holding family.
Jacksonville and grandson of yellow black and white striped celebrated their thirty-fifth; white and pink stock, roses and
Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier of coat with black accessories wedding anniversary Tuesday carnations.
Lawtey. complemented with the yellow night of last week when their Serving as floor hostesseswere LAYAWAY DISCOUNT SALE THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY
The altar was decorated with roses from her wedding bou son and daughter-In-law Dr. Mrs. John Barrett, Mrs.
floor baskets of fall flowers against quet. and Mrs. William H. Green of Weldon Bartlett, and Mrs. L.H. i STARKE PLAZA
a background of The bride Is a secretary In l
Arlington, Va., and son-in-law Jennings.
branched candelebra and palms. the Personnel Department with and dauchter. Mr. :and Mrs. Out-of-town guests were Mr. M1.
Mrs. Hank Greene, organist, the Division of Corrections and 7-PC REALTONE
Curtis Sanders, gave a surprise and Mrs. Harris Dittmar of gII I :
and Hank Greene, soloist, pro- the groom Is a Supervisor with reception for them at the San- Jacksonville, Rev. and Mrs. -
vided a program of nuptial Gateway Transfer Co., Jack- ders home on N. Walnut Street. L.D. Haines and daughters of

music. sonville. Bordering the walk, leadingto Altamont Springs, and Mr. and I STEREO CENTEROpen
Wyman Harris of the State the home, were tall flaming Mrs. Tommy Haines of Gaines
Farm served his cousin as torches. ville. Mon.. thru. Than: ".

best man and the ushers were Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs.Sanders greeted Approximately seventyguests day 9 toe P.M.

J.W. Thomas, cousin of the Members Enjoy guests at the door and Mrs. called during the party; hours Fri-. Sat. 9to71UfSunday '
groom, and Grady Rosier, bro John Glover kept the guest book.' seven to nine.o'clock. r'in. ,n ben aft
of the ,
ther
groom.
her Tour of Forest In the foyer was an arrangementof
Given In marriage by three dozen long stemmedred
the bride a formal
wore
father CommitteesNamed
roses, and throughout the
full length gown of Ivory silk Members of the Starke Woman's '
organza designed with an em- Club met Thursday, Oct. party ments of rooms roses and were carnations.The arrange-. by UDC

pire bodice accented with Ivory 8, at 8:45: a.m. for departureon guest book table was cov-
silk Venlse lace, featuring sabrina a "Show Me tour of the ered with a lace cloth and also
Ivory lace neckline with Ocala National Forest. Twen- held an arrangement of roses. W.T. Weeks chapter UDC ReddishStephensEngagement
calla lily sleeves enhanced with ty-six members and five hus- The dining room table was met Wednesday afternoon of j jCOMPARE .
lace and satin ribbon. The A- bands enjoyed the trip. covered with a bouffant organdy last week at the home of Mrs. Told .

line skirt featured rows of scal- The motorcade of seven cars cloth over pink linen and was O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W, ,w
loped Venlse lace, bordered left at 9 a.m. Foresters Ben centered with an arrangementof Klncald. .r
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Reddish -
with lace terminating Into a
Sanders and Charlie Sebesta pink roses and carnations in Mrs. George W. Roberts Sr., the
slight train. A full length man- met the group at Fort McCoy, a silver bowl flanked by three- president conducted the busi- announce engagementand
of
tilla bordered with wide Venlse where the tour began. Many branch silver candelabra with ness session when delegates to approaching marriage
lace fell gracefully over the interesting sites and projectswere In Rich- their daughter Carol Loyselle.
white tapers. Mrs. W.B. Mundy the national convention
to Hugh Charles Stephens son
train. She carried a cascade'arrangment visited Including pine .
presided at the silver coffee mond, Va. wereappointedMrs.Lester of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Step.
of yellow rosebudsand plantations planted with funds
service. Mrs. H.L. Speer and Crews Mrs. G.J. Mc-
hens.
Ivy. Her only ornamentwas furnished by the Woman's Clubsof Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr. cut the and
Griff Sr., Mrs.H.L. Speer
The wedding will take place
a string of pearls, a gift of the Florida in their "PenniesFor cake. .
Mrs. R.A. Green. In December with the time and AT$200
groom. Pines project". This is Mrs. Gladys Canova and Miss committee ;.
Miss Cindy Sink attended her Just one of several club projects Norma Canova poured punch The following publications date to be announced later. Truly incredible value! Get AM-FM stereo radio 84
appointed: $
sister as maid of honor. She In the forest. from a silver punch bowl. The were Mrs. L.F. Dinklns and Mrs. with 2 matched speakers 8-track stereo tape 1 2 4

wore a full length olive green The group stopped at Juniper punch table was covered with an R.A. Green; finance, Mrs. Woman's Club player, 4-speed turntable with dust cover, and 3-DAYS
velveteen gown with scoop neckline Springs for a basket lunch, organdy cloth over pink linen, Charley Johns and Mrs. Johnny Accepts MembersThe stereo headphones. See and hear it today! ONLY
featuring a mint green and enjoying the quiet beautyof decorated with pink satin bows Barrett;courtesy Mrs.Ber-
blouse with ruffled neckline and the .
area.Forester
it the Crews
corners. tha Pearce, Mrs. Lester
long sleeves. Her clrculer net Richard C. Mills, Gracing the buffett was an and Mrs. Mary Lappej tele- Starke Woman's Club helda
veil was attached to an olive a native of the area, Joined the phone Miss Norma Canova; short business meeting at noon
green bow .and with this the group for lunch and the remainder Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. Thursday, Oct. 8, at Juniper play music in 60 seconds "
carried cascade e- of the tour. His Interesting Kitchen Shower .,,.without "
a am F.B. Beard and Mrs. Curtis Springs during the tour of the lessons!
ment r of fall flowers tied rtth stories of early setters Given Home Sanders. Ocala National Forest. The following ::
olive green ribbons. as well as Indians, were at
The following committee for new members were accepted DELUXE INTERLUDE
A reception was held'In the": like reading a' book. Known Of Mrs. Long the Christmas luncheon was at this time: Mrs. John
mans,where Mrs. Jimmy Red history dates back into the ear- announced: Mrs. Herbert Noll- Greene, Mrs. Curtis Sanders,
ELECTRIC ORGAN -
dish greeted guests and introduced ly 17th Century.
man, Mrs. J.w. Klncald and Mrs. Verna Demorest Miss
them to the receiving The last spot visited was Miss Betsy Matthews, whose Mrs. O.L. Beasley. Norma Canova, Mrs. Kate She-
line composed of the bride and the odman Reservoir, a partof narrlage to William Meng will Miss Norma Canova, historian ppard, and Mrs. Peggy Shaller. ttl By Audion
groom, their parents and the the Florida cross state barge be an event of Dec. 19, was a short program.The A covered dish luncheon was
bridal attendant. The receiving canal project. It covers 13,000 honored at a kitchen shower meeting gave closed with a enjoyed by all members on the
line stood In front of the mantel acres Is 15 miles long, and up Thursday night of last week social hour.Junior trip.
which was centered with a fall to two miles wide given by Mrs. James Barron, $9997
arrangement and balanced with Dave Bowman, reservoir en- Mrs. Eollne Smith and Mrs. :
yellow tapers In silver candela- gineer with the U.S. engineers T.T. Long at the home of the
Club
braholders. Floor baskets of met the group and gave some latter.A ;

fall flowers and palms were Interesting Information about focal point in the living Has DemonstrationOf )( -1 3 octaves, 37 keyboard plus 1? chord
used and the stairway was In- the canal and the recreationareas room wa s a yellow wateringcan D
twined with Ivy and magnolia now In use as well as on the mantel from which CeramicsThe ;o Keys rich organ music in a beautiful
leaves. those Mediterrgivea nean styled furniture piece With
planned. fell long pastel ribbons extending -
The bride's table was covered The reservoir stop was the to the shower gifts arrangedon Lit bench 5 song-books and instructions.
with a lace cloth over yellow end of a pleasant tour, after the floor. October meeting of the
and held a silver candelabra which the motorcade headed for During the party hours two Junior Woman's Club was held Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Mc-
holding burning yellow tapers home. games were played, Bride Bingo Oct. 5 at the clubhouse with Rae of Jacksonville announcethe
and encircled with Jim Lawson presiding.The birth of a daughter,Delores :
fall flowers. and a scrambled word con- Mrs. MAGNUS ELECTRIC. ;
At one end of the table was a test with prizes awarded to the Fine Arts Departmentwas Lee, on Sept 16. Grandparents .
four-tiered wedding cake on a Duplicate Club winners after which a dessert In charge of the programand are Mr. and Mrs. George Hug-

pedestal decorated In yellow Winners NamedMrs. course was served. the guest speaker was Mrs. gins and Mr. and Mrs. R.M. CHORD ORGAN
McRae.Lt. .
and green and topped with a Upon her arrival the host- Mildred Fancher who gave an

wedding bell. Mrs. Wyman Sherrod Hamilton and esses presented the honoree Interesting talk and demonstration -
Harris and Mrs. Jessie Cason with a miniature fruit corsage. on ceramics. Og.) and Mrs. John G. 1"e'i al
Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. were
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cut the bride's cake. the winning couple at Dupli- Assisting in serving were A table was set up with several Sims in of Roosevelt Roads, 84
birthof
The punch table was covered cate Bridge Tuesday night Mrs. R.V. Turner, Mrs. Eddie books from the Public Puerto Rico announce the
with a crochedted cloth over where there were six tablesIn Douglas and Mrs. Bob Fer- Library, and members who do a son. John G. Sims IV, on $36
yellow and was centered with a guson. not have library cards were Sept. 22. Mrs. Sims is the for- $61.40 if,
.
play; of
crystal punch bowl encircled Mrs. Rex Rhodes and Mrs. The guest list Included Mrs\ encouraged to apply for one. mer Miss Carol Searing bought separately Y '.".I
with Ivy. Silver trays helddalnty Johnny Barrett were second; E.L. Matthews, mother of the Another table was set up for Starke.,

rice bags. Mrs. J.E. Den- Mrs. Hilda Dey and Mrs. Mary honoree, Mrs. Paul Meng, displays of hand crafts by mem- :.
mark presided at the punch Cook were third;and Mrs.Mar- mother of the groom-elect and bers, with a prize going to Mrs. Bradford County Hospital an- Anyone can play it! Get full music with ../:
bowl. tha Moore and Mrs. Edward Mrs. W.E. Mlddleton. grandmother Elzie Sanders for the best nounces the following births: 12 chord buttons 37 note keyboard. .; WI HONOIO
Assisting were Miss Sheila Burns were fourth. of the bride-elect. article. Oil paintings were also Mr. and Mrs. Leaston H. Comes with bench and 3 music books.
McConnell Mrs. Pete Luke and The club meets every Tuesday Also from out of town were displayed by Howard Morris of Forsyth, Hampton, a son, Joseph master t charge
Mrs. Pat Farnsworth. Mrs. Mrs. Michael O'Brian Miami Melrose. Lee, Oct. 6. .
night at 7:30: p.m. In the OHI '''fI .A'' CA"D
Grady Rosier, sister-in-law of Pratt Street Recreation Cen- and Mrs. J.M. Vickers of The following were voted on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee
the groom, kept the bride's ter and is open to all bridge Brunswick, Ga. and accepted for membershipin Padgett Starke a daughter i
book. Little Stacey Denmark, the club; Glenda Moore, Loretta Lynn, Oct. 9. ... -
players. Martha P. Smith, Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arthur -- \ PANASONIC 12'

A ......- ..... & Glover, Linda K. RockwelL Bishop m. Starke a son,Harold \
Vicki King, Harriet Allen Bet- Arthur Bishop IV, Oct. 9. M
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe San- PORTABLE TV
Gutherie. Faye Barker
t Due To Popular Demand We Are Extending Evelyn Hamilton, Jane Watson, ford, Starke,a son,Billy James,
Yvonne Kinney and Johanna Oct. 12.Mr. .
Fowler.
Our Opening Specials Thru Sat. Oct. 24th The Halloween theme was $77
carried out in the decorations of and Mrs. Sidney Strick-
t t tt the clubhouse for the meeting. land of Lake City were Sunday
Hostesses were Mrs. J.C. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F.W.

Dukes and Mrs. Arnold Griggs. Strickland.Mr. .
8x10 ColorPORTRAIT I Instant-on, solid state circuitry

8x10 Color and Mrs. F.B. Beard and with all channel reception. 1-
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t SOLD Mrs. Myldred Cuttino have year warranty on tube, parts and
t BE moved Into their new home at R labor,
Family Portrait 123 Parker Street. .
The Junior Woman's Club .

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Ao ila -$- fCrww=:J JMr. of r : '+ purchasing.Mr.Hunter and have Mr.family moved and Lagasse's Street. Mrs.of Into which Klngsley Lloyd home Mrs.they on Macey Sarah Lake Lafayette are- NOTICE: !ti




and Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr.
and Mra. ,
of Dewey Warren Miss Kathy Myers of Flag- of Atlanta spent the weekend
weekend Waycross with Mrs.Ga. spent the ler College St. Augustine will Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early ''"i, with her parents Mr and Mrs. BALDWIN CHEVROLE1i OLDS, Inc.,
Warren's be home the weekend.Mr. were In Quttman,Miss,on business JJE. Hardy
mother Mrs. J.S. Sapp., and attended the Early

Elder and> Mrs. and Mrs. T.B. Pope of family reunion In Mobile Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennettand striking back with
B.H. Eawls over the weekend. family of Jacksonville
of High Springs Columbus Cs. are visiting k kr were
visitors were Monday their son-in-law and daughter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lamar
P.D. Reddish.of Sheriff and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Nail, this Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hamilton Shaw at Klngsley Lake over
week. were !In Tallahassee over ,r the weekend.Mr. .

Mrs. TuIIle Norman and Mr. and Mrs. ri.A. Lawson Hamilton's the weekend father visiting W.H. Thomson Mrs.- I and Mrs. Tom Crawfordand LotSPECIALS"

grandson Mr. and Rudolph Mrs. Sapp visited were visiting their son, Bud In the hospital.Mr. Mrs. Sharon Odom and "STRIKE --
In Jacksonville Ralph McCaU Lawson, In Marion N.C. from -. mkt daughter Alescla spent the .
Monday.Mr. Thursday to Sunday. and Mrs. Amos Sanford ...., weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. W.H. Nollman of Anna B1. are guests of Mr. W.P. Joyce >In Tallahassee and
will spend the weekend In Se- Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Sear- and Mrs. L.C. Early from attended the UF-FSU game.
Ing returned Sunday from Thursday to Sunday
bring on buslnss.Mr. t'
Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Mc-
and Mrs. L.N. Picker- where they spent two weeks Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn Rae and family of Jacksonville
with their son-in-law and had as Wednesday to Sunday spent the weekend with her
M
ing were visiting + Wht .
Dr. and Mrs. i .
M.J. Pickering In Lakeland daughter. Lt. Off.) and Mrs. guests her mother Mrs. J.J. parents Mr. and Mrs. George
the weekend. over John G. Sims HI and Infant Hess of Jacksonville and Mrs. SKIRT THE ISSUE A Hoggins.
F.B. Lowe of Dunellon.
son.Local coed's with the midi
admittances to Brad- way ; Mr. and Mrs; Randy Johns
Butch Nail Is undergoing leg choose a style that buttons
surgery !In the Gainesville VA ford County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. George W. down the front but leave it visited Mr. and Mrs.Tom Smith
Hospital today from a wound Include: Vollie GrifOs and Thomas Brown visited Miss Rose Hel- unbuttoned halfway to showa in Miami over the weekend.
received In the Vietnam J. Forsyth. RaIford; Albert ler In Clearwater over the flash of leas In step with
conflict
two Holt, George Gllsson,Keystone weekend.' fall's layered look Miss Pat's Don Eberle returned last Fri
years ago. Heights; Leon W. Williams cotton knit outfit includes a day from the Gainesville Medi-
Mrs. Carl Dobbs of Lake City and Mrs. Martha Brown, Mrs. John Crook of Monroe necked vest topping a cal Center where he was confined -. NEW UNITSIN
and Mrs. B.M. McRae visited Hampton; Mrs. Christine War- N.C. Is visiting Rev. and Mrs. long-sleeved shirt. five weeks after a motorcycle
Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman ren, Mrs. Dora K. Johnson, R.D. Burch this week. accident. He will remainIn 4O
last Thursday. Mrs. Agatha Whitehead Lake Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding a cast for several weeks. I I2S.
Butler' Ladonna Hall, Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hat- Sr. were In Odenton, Md. last STOCK !
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp Mrs.* Mae Combs. Macclenny; ton of Sneads were weekend week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Dlggs of
and Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Nor- -'rt. Lois Thjgpen, Sebe Harris guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harding Jr. and family. Conway Ark. are visiting their
man visited Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Mrs. H,-' r Sw tat. Johnnie lemons.. son and family Mr. and Mrs. 70'S 15 -. 71'S
Eggers Jacksonville last Fri- Barden, Mrs. leon Rea Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hall Ralph Dlggs[ for several weeks.
gan, Mrs. Louise Kite, George Mrs. W.E.Middleton and Miss and daughters Susan and Nancy -
day.Mr. Prescott GUI Sr., Carl Harton Madge Middleton spent the of Gainesville were Sunday
and Mrs. Jack McComb and Miss Kate Struth Starke. weekend with Mrs. Merle Mar- evening dinner guests of Mrs.Hall's Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx re-
turned Tuesday of lajt week
dis .
Melbourne. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
spent the weekend in Bradentonwith
from a two weeks tour to Tokyo
Mrs. Frances Stone of Woodbine
M.A. Baldwin Jr., on Nancy's
their son-in-law and
Ga. weekend guestof and Hong Kong.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and was Mrs. Dave Paulk. Mr. and Mrs. Michael 0'- third birthday 70 Impala
Greer and also attended a Brlan and Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates SOS
meeting at the Masonic HomeIn Whelchel and families of Miami Mrs. L.D. Vining visited Mr,
of
Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde Jr. and were weekend guests Mr. a
and Mrs. J.C. In Palatka
St. Petersburg on Sunday daughter of Albany Ga. are spent the weekend with Mr. and over the weekend.Mr. Vinlng. and Mrs. Robbie Sheller They .. 4 Door hardtopLoaded
visiting Mrs. Rlcharde Sr. this Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mr. and all spent Sunday afternoon In
Among those attending the week. Lt. Rlcharde will Join Mrs. Charles Sawyer and all and Mrs. J.G. Caldwellwere St. Augustine.Mrs. w Original List $4712.35NOWS348880
UF-FSU game Saturday were the attended the UF-FSU game on
family over the weekend. in Fairfield on Sunday
Mrs. F.W. Strickland and child- Saturday.Mr. visiting Mrs. Esma Yougue and Mark Hamilton and CARS
ren, Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Richardson Mrs. Kate Strickland.Mrs. daughter, Janice of Tampa
Norman, Mr. and, Mrs. John were In Fort Pierce last and Mrs. T.H. Slade spent the weekend with her
Greene and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wednesday and Thursday on Dr. and Mri. P.G. Felos and W.B. Exley and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Rosier,
Hobbs. business.Mr. son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jim Conner of Jacksonvillewere and Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod \ MUSTBalance
Sawyer and Mrs. Clyde Sin- Hamilton while Mark Hamilton
Miss Jan Mobley recently and Mrs. W.F. Leslie of clair attended a workers con- Mrs. last Maurice Tuesday Wingate visitors, Mrs.of was at National Gurad camp. < of 5 Year or 50,000 Mile
Jacksonville recent visitors ference and barbecue for Tom
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jefferey were
Kenneth Grider and Mrs. Har- Warranty
Jackson In Arlington, Va. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray- Slade In Jacksonville Sunday Tison. Mrs. Mark Adams of Muskogee
mond. afternoon. ry Okla. ws Monday over- BE SOLD!Ii.
-- -- night guest of Dr. and Mrs. o No., C333R Low Mileage

r H.H. Adams. t i.-'

Mr. and! Mrs. Harold Segers
of Camden S.C. and Mrs.Katie
t MOONLIGHT t tt Lee Gentry Sumter SC were
o 4 weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.

t tt J.L. Gentry. 70 FLEETSIDE
t Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner 70 NOVA
and family of Orlando spent ,LONG WHEELBAS}
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. DOOR SEDAN
t t Barney McRae and attended the
'..; UF-FSU football game. PICKUP
BIG V8 Engine Auto. Trans.,
':;,,, AI Harley and children of V8-350 C. I. ENGINE AIR CONDITIONED
Merritt Island visited his 700x15 BIG TIRES Power SteeringRadio..
: ">: v SALE HOURS : mother, Mrs. Lonnie Harley RADIO-FiEATER Plus other ;Extras:
over the weekend.Mr. .

o List -.- $3,298.40 List $3,371.20
and Mrs. George Powellof
oo Newton, N.C. and Mrs. J.H.
p Fields Starke were visiting NOW $2450 NOW $2850
o Mrs. Harold Ford In Cocoa last
SATURDAY NIGHT week.
FII.IIII
It NO. T 2361 Low Mileage NO. C2677 Low Mileage
o Mr. and Mrs. James Talley
OCT. 17 -only !II of Gainesville were visiting
GOLD FISH their parents,Mr.and Mrs.C.S.
JEPSI 7:00 P.M. To t tI Haddock and Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
t oll Talley over the weekend.
i For The All Remaining Netv 1970 Cars And Trucks

Mrs. Charley Johns returned
12 MIDNIGHT KIDS
I ., -:-. r When Accompanied t Tuesday where from she Riverside was confined Hospital for 5 Years Or 50,000 Mile Warranty

two weeks for observation and
by Parent treatment.Mr. .
t
t
and Mrs. Charles Parker .

special t tt of Hutto Cocoa of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.and T1I1man Mr. *

0 and Gainesville Mrs. Gregory were Monroe weekend of T

guests of Mrs. Carolyn Red- N

t Complete t 1 1J t tt grave Gerle and returned family.to Mrs.Cocoa Shellle with o .

5 Gal. i. the Parkers for a visit. .,
,, on any number of items.
t tI 4.1
t _- Ask for details at the store. SI/C and Mrs. Mike Smith .
of Alameda Naval Base Calif .

I AQUARIUM SET 98 I It are and Mrs.visiting X.M.their Smith parents In Starke.Mr.

6 and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parker

in Gainesville. Seaman Smith 69 Pord Fairlan coupe Air 91.988 67 Chevrolet Impala Coupa, Air $l,*ee
Only BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS t tI will return to California Mon-
t day for seven months overseas 69 Plym. Pury III <4 dr. HT Air $2,188 67 Plymouth Belvedera Coupe $1,288
duty on the USS Hancock. Mrs.
Smith will remain with her 69 Chevrolet Pleeteide pickup 91,988 67 Chevrolet Impala <4 dr XT Alr $!,_<.
SALE t tt parents In Gainesville.
I 68 Pord Mustang 8, AT Coupe $1,788 67 Pontiao Lellana Coup. $1,388

68 Plyra. Fury III 4 dr. aad. Air $1,888 67 Mercury Comet $lea
Squirrel Monkey 29.98 $24,.98 t tt
t ".,, reg. SEIRVICE SCHEDULE 68 Oldsmobll 88 4 dr. sed. Air $1,988 66 Olde 88 4 dr HT Air $1,288
CATHOLIC Churches
68 Chevelle Malibu Coupe $1,588 66 Dodge Coronet 4 dr Sedan 788
Gold Spider Monkey, re?. 69.98 $59.98 t tt ST. EDWARD'S. SUrkeifhmrtav
t Mara. 10 am 68 Chevrolet Impala Coupe $1.788 66 Rambler-4 dr. dan Air $ see

Cinnamon Ring-Tail 59.98 $49.98 68 Chevrolet Fleetalde Pickup $1,688 66 Pontlae Catalina Coupe leg
reg. t tt Thursday Hub 6M:: pm..
t :Mleaculous Medal Nortaa: 68 Chevrolet Fleetalde Plokup $1,688 66 Chevrolet wagon eaa
$ .98 Saturday, 7
Owl Monkey, re?. 49.98 47 p.m. 68 Chevrolet )/4 Ton Pickup $1.688 66 Pontiao Bonnevllle 4 dr HT Air' .088
t ST. WILLIAM'S.: Keystone
t Helchtf"urway 6? Pontiac Tempest Coupe $1,288 65 Chevrolet Fleetalde PU (Rough) lee

roar, x:36: a.m. 67 Chevrolet Station Wagon $1,168 65 International Scout 4 WD 888
. Wefneday Mais Novena
t DOGS WHT. POODLE KITTENS t 7 p.m. 67 Pord LTD Coupe Air $1,588 65 Chevrolet Wagon bee

ST. MARY'S Macclcnnvi 67 Dodge Cornett *4 dr, eed Air $1,388 65 Plymouth Wagon $ flea
Were 49.98 NOW 39.98 TO t Sunday :Mann, 12 Noon

l .. DACHSHUNDSWere FREE GOOD .I

HOME t tt
t 15.98 NOW 10.98 THE BRADFORD

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BRIDAL SHOWER

loo.
Miss Mary Roberta, bride-
elect of William HIckj was I
honored Thursday night, Oct. i ia.
with a miscellaneous shower I I
at the Brooker Civic Center. '

Corsages were presented on
WE CHECKED PRICES I II arrival to the honoree and to
Mrs. Hicks, mother and Mn.

pJ i s i SO YOU SAVE MONEY the Leila Games prospective Russ were grandmother played groom.and prizes d



L LI L 1 AT OUR CHECK-OUTS! and which won Mrs.refreshments by Joyce Mrs. Stokes Margie of cake after Mott and

punch were served to t the 30

t5 "Checked" means Winn-Dixie is constantly examining prices in guests.Hostesses were Mrs.Jeanette

p Mott, Mrs. Muriel Lee Kelly
OD S'C order to give you the lowest possible prices in the South. That Mrs. Christine Blackwelder

Mrs. Myrtle Scarbrough Mn.

means you get lower regular prices and week-long specials. Rebecca Redd Mrs. Eva Har-
GREEN rell Mrs. Ann Starling, Mrs.

STAMPS Once you check Winn-Dixie prices, you"II cross other stores Bivins Lucille Edwards and Mrs.Mrs.Frances Hazel

Crawford.

off list.
your 4-H CLUB MEETINGThe


Brooker 4-H Club met
F ; PRICES GOOD THRU OCT. 21 Monday night at the Civic Cen- I
r 1 v ter with Extension Agent Bobby I
.. a ''.
k Taylor In charge. Memberswere
t T.." FULL QTR. LOIN SLI. INTO PORK t shown a film of the Calf
II Scramble held last year In
,, SIRLOIN Starke. Entry fees were com-
pleted for those boys eligiblefor
TBONEt the Calf Scramble this year.
Lee Sparks president of the
club conducted the business
t N.Y. STRIP meeting. Refreshments were
SUN NYlAND TENDER SMOKEDHAMS served by Mike and DwIght

Emery.Mrs. Iva Douglas spent two
% weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A.S.
W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE Belling In Worthlngton.

Carroll Atkinson and Casey
LB. MYIYN,r A ..1l Atkinson spent several days
FULL BUTT HALF l t" 59c U. S. CHOICE STEAK last week with Mr. and Mrs.
BOB WHITE REG. SLICED Ellie Heard In Balnbridge. Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes
WHOLE and daughter, Robin attendedthe
,, BACON Golden Wedding Anniversary
't'' 1e
Aya j'c: "NATURALLY 19 of Mr. and Mrs. P.S.
S5 c Crews In Starke last Sunday
lB AGED" f afternoon and then visited Mrs.
Iva McKlnney and Mr. and Mrs.
SHANK L.U. Morgan Jr.
C Among those celebrating
h birthdays this month are: Mr.
HALF YOUR CHOICE and Mrs. Tommy Cox, Ernest
Edwards David Fussell Val
LB. LB erie Bristol, and DwlghtGreen.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ
and son of Apopka were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W.H. Hicks and family.

R ,.rved .
Quantity Rightt ---
WINN DIXK STORES INC COPmiOHf 170
The Doard of County Com
FRESH !PORK( SAVE 30c...THRIFTY MAID All FLAVORS OSAGE mUiloner. of LfraUfora Coun

Spa.Ribs. . LB. 69c Fruit Drinks 4 CANS 88 Peaches e . No.CAN J'/j l8c ty.folowliiK Clerks Florida and a* lhu Insiiuclors has I'oUlnK Muleutitf fur place the the

RESH !FORK'"FINE FOR BAR B OUE- ,. t I DIXK DARLING SANDWICH .* r SAVE 17c .COn WHITE ASSORTED. DECORATOR ,.t, General. Dlectluii! to lie. held on
Tuv.duy Nuvuinivr" :b )1U70.\ \
Bread $100 Towels I 3 Role $i oo DI.trIcL.No 1- Duve /bliuford
3oston Butts LB. 59c . 41'h'LI. Paper County CoiiimlMuloner..
I'ruclnrt No. Luwtoy' City!
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF BONELESS SAVE 25c. DELMONTE THRIFTY MAID ASSORTED Hall. Lawl"v. .
O 8 )lO'/i-ot. $ 0 aceutui Clerk Mlldivcl Btanioy I K.Crawford Tya (RupWllnia In>
Sweet $1
Sh'ld $119 Peas 5No.303
Roast IB. Soup . e CANS I Hlllarcl. \\alnt\rlRht.. Geneva

WD BRAND GROUND HANOI.PAK SAVE 25c. .. DELMONTE CUT THRIFTY MAID I'rvilnrt., No. 2-KeHy R crt>

Round Steak LB.99c Green Beans 5'e N $100 Tomatoes 3 CANS 29 at. 88 tlon Clark Adel 1 la,C.II. L F.LawleY.Carter.i'uduelt Inspector (Hep)..

Jade Franklin Jenkins. Jean
Site O. t'utch
1'reclnct Nu. 3 Crawford
DrudfoiU County Fair build
Inic. !Starke!!
Clork1..1110: P. Garner. In.
pettor, Sharon Moore Carlton,
COOKING OIL (Rep) Lucille Carer J. L. Gun.
try
ASTOR AH GRINDS -- MAYONNAISE District No. 2 :J. M. (Buck)
Nut'"inn. County Comnlo loner
Precinct No. 4 -L..Ktim !)nil
SIm Bradford County Mainlunanae8han
Siarke
KRAFT Clerk Joseph D. Olany (Rep))
In..ctor.lyrUe. \V. Jont-ff',
SAVE Ernestine UnderhlU Uuth DeSUG
i \ Precinct No. 5 Plea+ant
25e Grove.. Uradtord County Hish,
,, t' c, FQ4F Limit On.Moyonnait of You Choice with S3 Storks
lima On,. ,I., fo S' ? i, ,hn., .cl e.g. +qa y or more purchase E.cluding.Igar.n.s:' School Ch'rk 1..01. Bennett. Inspector
JIIRIa.: Chuataln! Ida txjuPliimmer
48-oz. Norma, Canova (Rep)
( k Precinct No.. C- Vuniltrbllt
3 BOTTLEYxty' SAVE E. L.look<(<: ) Normnnn H SAVE ,;J % Highway., Storks
Clerk Sylvia 1\.cJcJl..h. Inspec
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tnr.Iar... A U.V hond,
c 11c MI1'D" ret Norman. Murta K
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24 _ District l No.. J-Ralph. Bryan
County ComnI "toner
Precinct No. 1 Heno. RJE
PUNCH HlKh Uchoot. Starke
clerk l.oulHe. Llrnxton. in.pectors .
Corean MiNcal. Corlna
I-lb. 32-0. Beard. lisp) Maybtll Iloburta
+ Precinct No 8-Sea board Old<
CAN JAR National Guard At'mury, stnrke
SAVE Clerk MUvlna Penny. / D. Slinllcr.Smith, .M.irUn Inspectors

19MAMWEII L c Garland (1\ep No.). 9 MalKurvlV- Keynlon, IN"pio'clnct

School
HOut/' '-, DEEP SOUTH Soutltvlde Elementary
eA:' 69c "v 38C !'cisrk hazel Howcll COFFEE . e BaX MAYONNAISE Inspector Flynn.Alt ltamunTumUn* Barrun. Klor.ence ..

5latrlct No. 4 .1.eIl1.l R.
Chustain. County Commission-

"precinct No. 10 Theresa
Home. Th.r.a.a
Community
JONATHAN SAVE Ue CAMPBElt FROZEN CUMChowder Clerk Ruth Orirtl Inspeo.tor ..
VINE RIPETOMATOES Apples 5 "a 59C Ip V&' 25eShortcake" THRIFTY MAID All FLAVORS Wattle< Roberta albl.y.. S.Maltha Dodd_. Kodatt IIt.I'I )
. Precinct No. 11 lUmplon
City Hall. Hampton .
WASH. STATE RED OR OOIDEN DEUCIOUS SAVE 20c. MIGHTY HIGH STRAWBERRY Clerk W. II. Maxwell.. Inpoec..tor UlllanHall.
ICE MILK Clarice Adkln
I 29C "sss'99C: Oil bor.Ytht.Pl
Apples . t. City.Precinct Starke Nit.' Publlo It Library.Lincoln

CEOROtA RED SWEET SAVE lOc. .ASTOR ORANGEPotatoes Starks Clerk B.rtla Robinson. In-
SAVE 18CHALF vector UeUY R...l. er, Ethel
4 l'o59C Juice 6 DNS: 89C BUck"outrlct
. Raymond Mary Lull

SAVE lie.. TASTEOSEAFERCHDinners. Elton. County No. Commti.lon clam,
FRESH GREEN BELL ACucumbers
5 FOR 39C . :Ss: 39C Terwllleuar Precinct No.Motor 1JA 1>>Rowell(Ford
ark.
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Jean Prevatt. Inspector
SAVE 4t...FROZEN SHOESTRING Clerk.* Mrs. I. uls. Tenly. :Mrs..
FOiY BAO RUSSET BAKING 1'h.LI. Marvin llason. Edwin: U.: Ab r

Z Potatoes .10 1 a 69C Potatoes PKO. 29c pfJc.nc\'PNo.. \ 1SD OrahamCl"k .
McMurtry.Inspector
OA L5. Charle* 1:;
ASTOR CUT CORN.PUS ft CARROTS.CHOPPED Bonnie Lee Ho*.
LB. ASTOR'INSTANT SPINACH t and Muriel Starllna. Virginia8nnw

Potatoes 2 -- 69C Green Peas 5 lOoi.FKGS.: $))00 Kate Preclnct(Struth..po.. Residence.14 Samp.on Madtn.

lion Strut. Stark. .
Clerk Franca D.nebY.
-........ Specters Orac. Jordan. Mar
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BoUes has the finest backfield Quick and aggressive- describes Capturing five of the first Special' I I :'.::
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of any team the Tornadoesof the Bolles football team six places the Bradford High .;:.:.... .:.:-: '
Coach David Hurse will meet Tornado coaches say. They ex- cross country team swamped
and a small but quick line to pect to see two evenly matched Bolles here Saturday 16-45 for i l
bring to Bradford Field tomor- teams Friday tight their fifth win against one loss .:..:.f THURSDAY ::0.:...:..} .
w row night for an 8 p.m.contest Bolles runs a basic S-. defense and one tie.Senior Paterson : : FRIDAY ONLYSnack ;I xflf :::::: -."
"Three of the finest running which Is shifted at times captain Buddy ,
backs In this part of the state" Into a 6-2. The Bulldogs are paced the runners over the : :: .
says Coach Hurse of Bolles quick defensively too, des 2 1/2 mile Bradford High course :: : Pack m: : .. .
running back Gary Rlntu 170- cribed as not too strong but to win In 13:02. Freshman Sylvester '
U, fullback Malcolm Jones, they make up for It In speed Lott was second In 13:09, j1j i 1 : :
180-12, and quarterback Bob and aggressiveness. sophomore Richard Fill was
GUlander. 175-12. Most of the Bulldogs are two third In 13:26 Sophomore ::r:: 2 Pieces Chicken 11 ::::::
v- .. .,w..... .. J a.. r When guard Harry Graves Jimmy Lowery was fourth In ::::: Mashed Potatoes ??:::: :"
: 170-12, and big tackle Van Cacchlotti way players, like the Tornadoel. 13:30: and freshman Gerald :@ Gravy, Roll ''}:':3 "
I Running back Sinn Reddish carries the mail for BUS six points 215-11, are In the Bolles Even quarterback Gil- Griffin was sixth In 14:03 to : ;
against HucholdReddish was a hi>? pun for the Baby Tornadoes on line the Bulldogs can be tough lander plays defensive safety. finish out the BHS point makers. :
Coach Hurse states. Coach David> Hurse thinks his Freshman Mark Hodges finished I I :
the---- notion.Bucholz. Tornadoes can win tomorrow eighth In 15:06 and junior
ate an offense and was forcedto Both the Tornadoes and Bulldogs against Bolles If they "stay Holland Corbett was ninth In Mon. & Tues. .
will be coming: off losses from stupid mistakes." :::::?: Only :::::::: '
turn the ball over. The Tor- away 15:11.A: .
nadoes then got right down to for the contest tomorrow. By that the Tornado mentor good win for the BUS barriers '
Ties
Bolles l lost 25-6 to Lake City {j1 j1
work as they marched 61 yards, and the Tornadoes 27-14 to Live the means BUS penalties gridders against which Live hurt Is the way Coach George Livers & Gizzards m
behind the strong running of Loper describes the Bolles
I Oak.The Oak and St. Augustine and the meet. Belles made m
Stan Reddish. Then on second a strong
and five, Stan rounded right end Jacksonville team however fumbles which plagued them early bid to stay with the Tor- r 1 Dinner 79C 1
Lake
played City tight
Red 66The on a pitch out, and scrambled a last week In Live Oak. BBS nado runners but the final half
Baby 10. yards for the score. The game until running out of gas will be out to Improve Its 1-1-2 mile stretcb'drive made the m!
In the third period. The score IIII!! .
"AT was fumbled and the third was only 6-0 at halftime and record.The two teams have tradedvictories difference as BUS 'IUIIM rs FREE CUP CAKES i ;;
quarter ended In a 6-6 tie. pushed to close the gaps and
two minutes remaining In the It was the third period before
for the threeseasons.
Buchholz Bobcats recovered to preserve a 6-6 tie After an exchange of punts In Lake City could: push across past continued to open up a bigger oo. ..
/game
Bolles In 1967 .
a fumble on their own with the Tornado Junior Var- fourth quarter Bradford had another TD. won lead. :$: with Regular :::::::
two yard line with a little over sity In a game marked by tum- good field position at the Bob Had Bolles had the depth of 21-7 BUS won 13-0 In 1968, Toughest test of the season

Thursday bles and night.Interceptions last cat Keith 33 Testone.on an Interception The Tornadoesthen by the team Tigers could very the well Jacksonville have won and Bolles to take came a 19-6 back win.last season will 17, at be on Jacksonville's hand Saturday.Imeson Oct. !jlii f! CHICKEN DINNERS IIII!! ;

marched down to the two Bradford High students will Airport for the annual Lee In- :::: :;:::;::.
Toombs crashed the Coach
Bobby over yard line behind Ronnie Red- game, says George be admitted free to the game vitation. Challengers will be Week of Oct. 19-26 i
the Bob- scouted Belles
from the two, to put Loper who has : :
ID :
when ( school
hey present a
dish's running, only to fumblethe BHS. Palatka South. Orange
301 cats out front, 6-0 mid-way ball, which was recoveredby twice. card: at the gate and Bradford Park P.K. Yonge. long with 1 J .. 1 1 1! .
second Bolles
through the quarter. "Evidently Improvedlast .
Big Red then marched right Buchholz's tackle Bruch week against Lake City and elementary free students If accompanied will be admitted by- Bolles, Green Cove Springs, {f:::!:: EAT IN OR TAKE OUTfj:::::::, .'- ..
Soawson. and Lake Butler. ::: :;::
back In the third quarter, as wail have our hands full :
DRIVEINShow Ronnie Hall scored the lone Bradford got the ball once again" Coach Rune says, listening an adult.ths The season new has policy worked Instituted There will be 16 Class AA :|:::|:::: 1596 N. Temple Ave. U.S. 301 North :H:::::::
TD more with 41 seconds remain- chools competing In that division -
Tornado from the 10. to his scouts.
In the first quarter, neither Ing, on another interception by Bolles cjiarterback Bob Gil- well so far and school administrators and eight Class A schools HI C. R. BRASWELL OWNER f11ii
far with
Begins At Sundown team the could quarter substain ended a score-driveas Testone.but score as the Bradford clock failed ran out to scouts lander as Is a described fine athlete by, BUS who the results.are pleases so Coach competing Loper In says.that -division 1ii i i1illrili:: i i i1iiiiiii11111 Jimiiii1miiii 1i iiiii111i i111W1i 11111 11 i11 ii ij i1 1i j1j1ii i:111: ji;j;11 ji11111!

FRI., SAT., OCT. 16 17 less. But the second quarter This game was mainly a defensive "can beat you If you don't have
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ing 76 yards behind the strong and mistakes stifled bbthteatns'offensive Gillan dar Is a good short pas- ,....
running of half back Willie effort but the game ser and a good runner. He can
CLINT EASTWOODThe Brown. Then on first and goal- running Buchholz determine throw long but prefers the short :
Deadliest Min Alive to-go Bobby Toams crashed of halfback p.... GILBERT S. ( GIB )
1 h. '' over from the two for the score, Willy Brown who carried the His targets are his backs
Takes Wh Army
on a but the PAT attempt was fumbled ball 12 times for 99 yards and Rim, Jones, and Feaster, and .
and the Bobcats took a an average of 8.3 yards per split end Steve Bauer. 175-11
slim 6-0 :lead into the dressingroom. carry. Buchholz dressed out who has good hands and likesto P -
65 players for the contest and go deep. I
In the second half, the Tor- greatly outsized the Tornadoes. The running back, Run, has
nadoes kicked-off to Buchholz, speed to burn and does a 10- ;
but the Bobcats failed togener- STATISTICS flat hundred. He Is described. BROWNvA :
tough and bard to stop.The fullback -
I BHS BUCHHOLZ t
Jones, wouldn't go downon
First Downs 9 8
a 75-yard TD run against
FLORIDATHEATRE Rushing Yds.115 164 Lake City. He Is described.
Passing Yds. 0 0 tough and "likes to run over *
Passes Compl.0-2-1 0-3-2 folks... If either one of these DEMOCRATICCandidate i
CLINT Fum. Lost 2 1 behind
EASTWOOD boys get you.Hurse says,
Penalties 55 55 _
they are long gone.
SHIffiLEY IACLAINE
Punts 4-32 3-29 Tackle Bob 215-12 Is
'u..c..b_. .. Labry ,
big and strong and adds heft
'TWO MULES FOR Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Scoring by quarters: to the Bolles forewall. Guard .
SISTER SARAA'JNIEUSA Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1 ::00 Bradford. 0060-6 Jess Simmons 160-11, Ia quick
I I' Rt Buchholz. 0 6 0 0- 6 and aggressive as Is his running
TECH IC'' IINA'! '" )IN' FRI., SAT.. SUN. mate Harry: Graves._ J

[GP] OCT. 16, 17, 18 CLERK
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SUN, MON., OCT. 18. 19 Friday, Oct.16. A Lifelong Democrat to Manage your
Double Feature Program f GOODMAN'S UNDEFEATED The Courthouse. He knows the

nnt aaaro AFTER THREEGOODMANS Man 3 Grandchildren
A Family Sons Problems of the Working Man.

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PLUS Standard Oil remained Member of First United Methodist with COURTESY AND EFFI-
undefeated In three
"OTOOLE BEST ACTOROF games as they downed Koch DirectoryAuto Church Serves on AdministrativeBoard. CIENCY and for the best interestof
Drugs 6-0 Tuesday afternoon.
THE YEAR! Jackson Prevatt passed 18 all the GOOD PEOPLE OF 0,

1AhII1I1I1IT[ 'Chips' One Of The yards to Carl Hamm for the BRADFORD
Year's Ten Best! score early In the first half. Sales and Service COUNTY. .
In the second half, Koch's hada Member of Bradford Lodge F & A .
R United Artists NATIONAL BOARD Of REVIEW touchdown called back for .

YLUb penalties. Parrish MotorsSALES M Past Worshipful Master Scot- I WILL ALWAYS STRIVE, TO

BUILDERS 14 tish Rite Mason Member of Mo- OPERATE YOUR CLERKS :

\ CONNER 8 SERVICE Temple Past President of OFFICE IN A
HARD The second game saw Starke cfJ orocca CONSERVATIVE

RIDERS $ then Builders hang score on to twice defeat early Conner and PARTS Starke Shrine Club Serving MANNER, TRYING ALWAYS

Insurance 14-8. Always Geed Used Can second Term as Shrine Club Sec- TO KEEP THE BUD.
On their first series of plays
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man on a pass-run play that """ '
1 covered 50 yards and a touchdown ELECTRIC MOTORS Member of the Starke Chamber of ERNMENT DOWN TO SAVE .
and Builders took the lead '.
.'t An Ailhui I1 Lr I d!*- 1'iiNluilicm 60. PEAVY Brothers Commerce. (Civic-Minded -- Dedicated THE TAX PAYERS ALL the

Peter O'Toole Crews A few Intercepted minutes later a Conner Randy Electric Co. to the Growth & D*velop- TAXES POSSIBLE.

Petula Clark"Goodbye pass and raced 45 yards for ment of Bradford County.)
a score. Chuck Register added
Electric MotorsSold
the two point conversion and GILBERT S. (GIB) BROWN is .
Serviced > :Repaired
Builders 40-
took commanding
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...... Ross HAG EN short lived Matt Rewinding
was as
Diane McBAIN Mike PATAXI I Mr. Chips"Sir Herres found Bruce Wolfred 4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 Bureau. (Dealer For Farm Bureau our Times and Acts with, the ..

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.!G' ;0.;;;; left end for a two point con- A Man who knows the Value of a
!! M". ........ I't, .. YAMAHA PIANOS Gib Brown will be Full-Time :
version and thw score was 14- your
l .-l.........- 8, and that was the way things CONN and KIMBALL, Dollar and has proven his Honesty .'
'!' A 4 '!' Clerk. He Will be in the Clerk's
stood at the final gun. ORGANS & Integrity in His Business.
Office at all times. ;
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: TYPEWRITERS KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGANS GILBERT S. ( GIB ) BROWN


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BHS Fumbles Give Live Oak 27-14 Win 4



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A struggling physically. 'd.
BUS came out fighting to open his previous performances
when he needed It by
aged Tornado football team the third period. From their 31 yardage he completed 13 of 18 aerials.
Buckner and
fought all the way In Live Oak Tornado runners, behind a taking dives to Tim Murphey caught 11 of the
but the best the Big Red could keeping the ball. The Qjarter- BUS
charging BUS forewall, ground the aerials for 133 yards.STATISTICS j
back went 16 yards for
manage was a 27-14 defeat
out three first downs to the Mungrove
core on such a play.
A 78-yard scoring drive put Live Oak 34 with Carter For- added the extra point making It
the Tornadoes ahead 6-0 In syth, and Dean Johns doing therunning. 27-14 with 1:39 left In the game. '
the first period but disaster In that time Johns completed -ALj
truck In the second! quarter From the LO 29 Johns passed three passes and LO was penalized :
in the form of three fumbles. I Il IlA Ilt 11 yards to Murphey and Live 15 yards for a personal"out.
The Bulldogs playing their Oak was penalized again for BHS drove 55 yards In BUS LO r 'I'jt
homecoming game before a hitting late, giving BUS a first five plays but the clock ran First Downs 22 12 !
large Live Oak crowd on Lang- down at the Bulldog nine yard out when they reached the LO Yds. Rushing 160 187 '
ford Field Friday night turnedall line. 17. Yds. Passing 186 74 ,r;
three Tornado' mlscues: Into Johns sent Murphey on a curl Usually for a team to pass as Passes Comp] 13-18-0 3-10-0 :
touchdowns. pattern In the endzone and hit much as they run, the Bull- Fumbles Lost 4 1 Something the Tornadoes ,
Before they retired for the him on a nine yard scoring dogs from Live Oak stayed Penalties 45 110 are seeing a lot of .'
half the. Bulldogs had a commanding pass then passed again to the on the ground Friday night, Punt Avg. ___ 2-38 lately at the wrong times. 1

20-8 lead.Coach David wideout for a two point con with success, and with the help _
Hurse's banged up Tornadoes ''1 version. That left Live Oak of the second period fumbles\ Score by Quarters: pass from Johns. .
drove 69 yards to close It to f ; ahead 20-14 with 8:14 left In by BUS. Fletcher threw only 10 BHS5080-14 LO- J 1)) Buckner, 3-yard run. "..
20-14 to open the third periodand \. the third period. passes, completing three. LO 02007-27 EP kick failed; 2) Buckner, 1t ff
had several other long Each team ran on the other 42-yard pass from Fletcher. "If
drives but could never put the : .' H With 20 minutes left to playIt with success and BUS quarter- Touchdowns: Musgrove EP kick good; 3)) .
ball over again. t : looked at that point as If the back Dean Johns threw the football BHS-1)) Johns, QB sneak. EP Williams, 7-yard run. EP kick .a,.
LO quarterback Hal Fletcher Tornadoes had a chance If they for 186 yards, out doing all pass failed. 2)) Murphey,9-yard failed 4) Fletcher,16-yard run. ='
engineered 75-yard scoring ut could stop Live Oak. That was pass from Johns.EP-Murphey Musgrove EP kick good. ..

drive In the fourth period to \ .. accomplished when the Bull- ... .. ... ... .... '
put the Icing on the cake. .
dogs' big Buckner fumbled at ..
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Each team could: move the mldfleld. Johns threw to Mur- w

ball effectively on the other. '. phey for 10 yards and a first
Big difference In the game was .r-: : down but then BHS halfback j
the three Bradford fumbles\ In t: ". Wayne Testone was jarred loosefrom uaya

the second period and some of l .' '" the football as BUS returned : .
the credit for those should be the favor to Live Oak. ... 'iO': -. .
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given Live Oak's hard pressing The Bulldogs used some of . ./ .' ..
defense as well as to Tornado the clock as they ground out f'' 4J, ... ,. .. "," ... .. .. .-
mlscues. f two first downs before Flet- .II' .'. ... ..A...' ,4,!. '0' ": ,.... ..'S:....,. ". ,
It was a crucial game for the '; cher had to punt. This time "' ;' t : =H;
Tornadoes as far as a won- i ; : Dean Johns took the punt at > / ,'J
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lost record Is concerned. The 't' the BBS 10 and ran It backto :. \' '1' .
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loss leaves them with a 1-1-2 '" "f''t': the 15. From there the Tor- .., .... {,'.,......., .' ," ..
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nadoes marched .
season mark. A win In Live 75 yards on _
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Oak would have left them 2-1-L ; ., ..' .,," ,''.. } the arm of Johns and the good ... ."".-.... .. .
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Live Oak Is now 3-1, having ,,, ,>,". .-. ,'F, \.' :'" hands of Tim Murphey. Johns ..... '_.. f., .. ,.t.... .T.\iI\I.' '..;' ......... ."'.,. '
been successful In avenging t. completed passes of nine yardsto ,... ... ,.. .,.. ..: >.1K .
their 22-21 loss to Perry In the tight end Charles Wright ". ", ..... y." :.".-
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last 30 seconds of their pre- then Murphey for 10 and 35 .' ...... ....," ".;.'....... ", .,
vious game. yards and with a little running -
Friday's picture became progressively that have BHS a first
worse for the Tor- down at the Live Oak 17. I ....JIIi- .,,"',
nadoes as the game wore on.On From there Carter got ayardup i
the second play of the game the middle,and Murphey took :
starting: center Farelon Mc- another pass for a yard then ran
Clellan was put out of action five yards to the 10 yard line on 4
with a knee Injury. By the the reverse. r
second half Cap an Jimmy Alvarez .... On fourth downJohns hit Mur- Pretty Sissy Eiland performs for the BUS band during halftime .
top BHS running threat, phey at the five and the wideout festivities at Live Oak. The BUS band drew a big ovation from
was benched after a blow on drug LO defenders to the one Live Oak fans for its performance. "i
the head. He never reenteredthe foot line before he was stopped.
game. Running back Mala- Tim Murphey takes a Dean Johns pass in the endzone for a BUS It was enough for a first down :,
chi Henry was limited to defensive touchdown against Live Oak. Murphey played the greatest game but a 15 yard clipping penalty; "1-,
duty; In the second half of his high school career against Live Oak IHIS Coach David Hurse nullified the play, and a pos
with a pulled leg muscle which says of his wide receiver! and defensive back. sible BHS touchdown which
left him llmMne.In could have tied the game. Dates Announced For !
the third period BHS had point after and Live Oak led Live Oak took over on its
Henry held to half
was a the point after to LO in
put
25
eight substitutes on the side- In 20-6 with 4:37: remaining in yard line. Staying on the
yard two dives as the Bull- front 7-6.
line, three of them Injured. the second period. ground to protect their seven
defense stiffened and
"We're terribly damaged dog back Jimmy Alvarez could running Much of the Tornadoes' run- Still fighting, Coach David point lead, the Bulldogs ground 1I
physically. We don't have 11 Hurse 's took out three first downs and drove
get but a yard on the option ning success came from the crew up all of Fla. SeasonsFlorida's
men to put on the field," Line around right end. That putted option during the course of the that 4:37: mounting a drive 75 yards for the touchdownthat Hunting :
Coach Mike Sexton said he was to put Icing on the ;
as ball on the one foot line and game, but the second period that ended near the Live Oak
Juggled players around and quarterback Dean Johns quarterback Dean Johns had goal and with a series of pen- cake. QB Fletcher got the big
switched assignments to replace his troubles with it. Tornado alties that left all confused.
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Injured players. sneaked It over for a 6-0 Tor- Marty Meng received the Bull- Meng took the LO kick off at hunting ; .
Live Oak won the. toss, received nado lead with 1:19: left In the dog kick off and was tackledat his 28 and drew another late Farm Bureau i' the 1970-71 season, as .
the kick off, and workedthe first period. 'Johns'. was not the BHS 26. But LO defen- penalty; giving BHS the ball CH, the Game and Fresh ;
ball to the BHS 22 betore allowed to go to the sidelinesto ders were called for piling lit Live Oak's 49. Re-elects Edwards Commission, Is as
quarterback Hal Fletcher( ran change Into his kicking shoe on the BUS mtehtv mite das Quarterback Dean Johns As President' September 5. Rail ; : \
Into a stiff Tornado pass defense for the extra point and his passto a result, the Tornadoes hada mixed his running and passing nule season opens ; ]
The Bulldogs were Murphey failed. first down on their 41. game, throwing to favorite tar- September 12 archery ; '
forced to turn over the foot- The BUS defense stopped Live What looked like a break get Tim Murphey for 12 yards J.M. Edwards, Jr. was re- opens statewide;
ball and the Tornadoes were on Oak at the Bradford 44 and turned into disaster on the first and a first down, then sending elected president of the Brad- chery season closes ; }
their way.Malachi. quarterback Hal Fletcher play when Henry fumbled QB Jimmy Alvarez over left tac- ford County Farm Bureau at special managed hunts f
Henry got five yardson punted BHS Jlmmv Alvarez Johns' pitchout on the option. kle for 10 yards and another a meeting of directors Monday gular season bow hunting; ;
a pitchout around left end, elected to let the ball roll dead Live Oak recovered at the BHS first. Henry got five yards at nlcAiC Foster Shi Smith was ber 3, first phase dove
then 17 more yards over right Into the end zone but insteadIt 34 yard line.Fletcher left tackle and an offsides pen- elected vice president ami opens; October 31, deer
tackle for a first down at the rolled dead at the Bradford went for the bombon alty; netted BHS five more yards Freddie Watterson was re- turkey squirrel and ;
BHS 45. Quarterback Dean one-yard-line, putting the Tor- first down but the Tornado for a third first down at the LO elected secretarytreasurer.Plans son opens In Southern ;
Johns ran up the Bulldog mid- nadoes In a deep hole. pass defense stuck with ace 10. The infraction also nullified were made for delegates November 1, first ; }:
dle for 11 yards/ then passedto On second down from the thre Bulldog receiver Sammy War- a LO pass Interception that to attend the State Convention season .closes;
16 yards to s wldeout Tim yard line the firs t Tornado fUr ren and Fletcher's long pass came on the play. In Clearwater, Oct. 25, rail and craltlnule
Murphey for a. first at the ble occurred. Live Oak made was Incomplete. On second down Alvarez lost two yards on the 26, 27. es; November 14, deer
Live el9Soph 24. the opportunity good with hard the LO quarterback was knocked option at right end, but LO was turkey squirrel and ,
Fullback Brad Carter running Charlie Buckner taking for an eight yard loss by Joey offsides again on second down COMMUNITY ACTION son opens in Central Wood'i'l
got seven yards on the option ner taking a pitchout from UU Branson and Kelly Forsyth.But and the penally gave BHS another MEETING AT RJEA cond phase dove
and Henry ripped out 10 tough Hal Fletcher and storming the on third down Fletcher com- second down try from the snipe season opens ; ;
yards over right tackle againto Tornado left end for the score pleted a screen pass to the Bulldog 4 1/2 yard line. But on Action November 21, deer, bear ;"
give BUS a first down at with 10:23: left in the second hard running Buckner and the that play BiTS was penalizedfive Community meetingwill ey, squirrel?and quail
be held at RJE auditorium
the Live Oak two yard line. period. Steve Musgrove kickedGet'em big fullback ran it in for LO'ssecond yards for having too many opens In Western Zone.
Thursday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m. cock season : :
TD baa play that covered men in the backfield. That penalty V opens :

..- - - - .. . . . . 42 yards. Musgrove missed his ] saved LO a touchdown because November 26, duck(:
- - - - - EP kick and Live Oak led 13-6 Johns had hit Murphey in season opens ;

with 8:52: left in the half. The the endzone on a short pass over vember 29, second ] 4
While They Last second LO score came less the middle. season opens; January 3
than two minutes after the first. Johns was cracked down behind bear and turkey season : :
in
The Tornado offense was still the line on yet another Southern Zone;
Used Typewriters grinding out yardage and, receiving second down try as he attemptedto third phase dove season ;
January 17 deer bear ;
the Bulldog kick off, find a pass receiver and, ,
with that, the half ended. 1 key season closes in
worked out to their 47 yard Pn ,
Live Oak players left the Zone. Snipe season
line before Johns was pressedon
-$45 To $85- the option and pitched behind field once for the half, but "Some young people seem coot statewide; January closes 20, i
Henry. Live Oak's Ric- were called back by the officials to have dentist confused with season ;
hard Allen fell on the loose because play cannot end barbers-they Bee their barbers special scaup season :
specified
areas
Reconditioned football at the BUS 40 ; ;
Completely yard twice a year. deer, bear and turkey
closes (. ,I ,
line.Fletcher ..- In Western Zone. ;
Royals, Remingtons passed to little *
Larry Holland for 19 yards, AN EXCITING SEASON IN THE SOUTH! ''J
Buckner got 15 yards througha Z There's a crisp and colorful moodto
GUARANTEED TO WORK huge rent in the Tornadoline
autumn in Dixie. Red and gold l
for a first down at the :
See Them AtBradford -- BUS six yard line. leaves pile high. Football fever
Big Danny Jackson threw spreads across Tennessee. Georgiaand ItJ AtE HARDWARE Jot
Buckner for a 1 1/2 yard loss South Carolina. .Alabama,
TelegraphPHONE ,
County as he tried right tackle from Florida and Mississippi. Days are

961.6305 the six, but Fletcher sent spe- bright nights are brisk and there'sa
edy Benjamin Williams over lot to like in the swinging South. "i..l
left tackle for the TD. Several
The brewing industry-as a .
Tornado tacklers got hands on
Williams, but he squired good citizen should-is involved in Be Prepared --- Shop Where The f.
Serving Florida through. Musgrove kicked the every season in helping to make .

l Since 1950; this good life in the South even Latest Equipment Is In Stock
I ; better. supporting the Keep

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Hampton done on the building in near- cil went along. He also sug- receipts for 1969-70 were
Killed Us J : Horse ly 20 years, came to a total gested a smaller garbage truck $568,887, up $41,000 from the
council: of $1745. Mowing and city; and than the $20,000 truck the council actual.receipts for 6869.
Cenfetery cleanup added to and
---- ---- I up had planned to purchase

call against St. Augustine which not play the second half after says. Beside. catching 13 pas* ([Continued from Page One; $1,026. Insurance on buildings Is getting prices on that.A .".. Arrests: .
cost the
Fumbles were the big dif and employees city smaller truck could .ae .
It ... TD
getting a blow on the head. one pass was called
ference In the Live Oak foot- he termed bed Judgement on the $7 3: survey of city property and
Is not yet known whether he back and one was a two- pollution Is. Johns brought out the city's short runs o. "nntlnued, from Face One)
ball game Friday night- contest part of officials. will play against Bolles.Halfbacklinebacker extra that It has been a state law 9496, and the court case, ate at lower costs,Noegel say.
that meant the difference "You can't have decisions Malacht covered point the oouutstandln that no trash or garbage is to $500.: PolIce equipment cost' Administrative, Office and Blye was attempting to sell
f LOwideout
in a respectable looking 2-1-1 like that made against you and Henry played, the second half Warren be dumped Into water, and that $105. fire protection $71; stop General Fund- total of$124- them the stolen goods, accord-
Sammy like
record and the 1-1-2 mark the hope to win tight ball games," with bruised a such has been the condition at stgfis, $97; property purchase 950 was approved, down$4,00u ing to Chief Chambers.Blye' .
painful .
a hip a leach.
Tornadoes ended up with. Hurse pointed out again. Injury. There was no one 10 Big tackle Danny Jackson, the Hampton dump during all the $100, end culvert pipe $55.. from the amount requested by tag number was tak-
"Our mistakes killed us," One point Hurse was proudof replace him at linebacker In saved the Tornadoes time the landfill baa been in Clerical and telephone, $80at-; Clerk Merrill Edwards. The en by one local dealer and
Coach David Hurse says. "You In the Live Oak game was the second half and Henry exhibited 220-12. with few that location.A tomey fees, $150;; water, $90; Chamber of Commerce donation Officer Willie Searcy arrested
can't make mistakes againsta the Tornado pass defense whichhe "a lot of guts In play- defensively tackles.Sophomore. quite a delegation from the Chris:: prtjittn, $42. dues to Florida was cut $1,000 to $3,500. him In Starke at 9:15 pjn.
club of equal strength' and thought did an outstanding Ing defense like he did," Hurse big Gary Melvin, who tian Church attended the meetIng League of Municipalities, $5 5; Utility; System Revenue Fund Oct. 7. Chapple was arrested
Job. LO quarterback Hal Fletcher 'preparing the road and bridge elctrlc '
of the
hope to win. for operation 2-1/2 hours later that
It Is thought Henry, a Injured night
says. stepped In at center for the -
to ask that the $10 fee
three of $25 and miscellaneous
had two fumbles completed only statement -
The Tornadoes water, and sewer departmentsA Both were arraigned before
be credi-
tough runner, will ready McClellan, did a
social events at the hall
on the option, one on the 10 passes. for the Bolles conte.t.The for $13. Election expense in total of $341,225 was approved County Judge Theron Yawn last
table job, Coach Hurse said.
Isolation, and one at the goal The BHS pass defenders to Tornadoes withoutthe be reconsidered. The council September was 3475. down $42,000 from the Friday and bond was set at
were Melvin will be the starting center -
then voted to have the hall
line which Live Oak the be credited are sophomore $383.404 department heads had
gave $5.000 each, returnable at Plea
services of starting folU Bolles.Sophomore .
ball on the three yard line Wayne Testone, Tim Murphey, against checked for cleanliness when requested as the board made Day this month for a prelimi-
when BHS held an early 6-0 Jimmy Alvarez, and Dean back linebacker Dale Johns who fullback Brad the key Is returned, and If City big cuts last Thursday In sev- nary hearing.
lead. Johns. sustained a serious concussionIn Carter and Junior reserve fUll- unsatisfactory, a fine be im eral
The Tornado coach also laysa "Our good pass defense had the St. Augustine game.He Is back Kelly Forsyth were forced. ,posed. Otherwise, there Is tc Gas areas.Department- total of
portion of the blame for his a lot to do with their not throw- out for the season. to step In at running backs for be no charge. Budget $75,261 was approved,down$4- Scramble .
Gray Flynn, starting defensive Alvarez and Henry lathe second Council: also voted to hire
team's losses to St. Augustineand int more, the Tornado coach 000 from last year because the Continued from One
Live Oak to when he terms thinks. halfback and the team'spunter half. Both boys kept the Tornado someone to clean around the (Continued from Page One) gas department secretary was Page )
officiating. Hurse pointedout Live Oak's success runningthe was Injured in the jam- attack moving. city hall property. eliminated. A parade of riders and pre-
poor
Monday that his Tornadoeshad ball on the Tornados Is due boree prior to the regular season Tight end Charles Wright M.M. Matchett and Major La- Police Department- total Renewal, Replacement and sentation of colors will be held
a touchdown called back largely to Injuries forcing boys and is out for the year. played a good game offensively, nier asked the council's help of $100,720 was approved, up Betterment FundA total of at 6:30: pjn. with the first
against Live Oak on a penaltyand to play positions at which they But with all their bad luck looking good on his one pass with the dog problem, and they $6,000 over last year's expenditures $78,090 was approved, down scramble event scheduled\ for
had another effort which are inexperienced, Hurse says and physical damage the Tor- reception and carrying out, were told to have 10 voters but $10,000 under Police -. ,$22,000 from the $100,540 set 7:15.
put the ball on Live Oak's BHS had two boys playing linebackers nado gridders didn't slow up blocking assignments well. At sign a petition saying the dog Chief Ken Fuqua's request. up for this purpose.In All citizens of northeast
one foot line nullified by a who had never played In the second half In Live Oak his new linebacker post replacing was a nuisance. and the city Although the budget request was recalculating the $550,000the Florida are Invited to attend
penalty. there before one was a third as they had several previous the Injured Dale Johns, marshal could pick It up according sliced, the council provided' clerk had estimated for the scramble and horse show.
One penalty, he pointed out, team defensive end until last weeks."I Wright led all Tornado tacklers to a local nuisance fluids\ to place city patrolmenand 70-71 for power plant Income Admission Is free, and atten-
was for having too many men week. After the second play of thought our boys showeda with five tackles and 12 assists. ordinance. The council also voted radio operators on a 40 the Council noted that actual dance of more than 3,000 Is
lined up In the backfield. The the game the Tornadoes lot of character and a lot of Backs Jimmy Alvarez and to have Wilson draw up a hour work week, eight hours expected:
fault Hurse finds with that call starting defensive right end, pride coming back" the way they Malachi Henry were credited leash law, requiring dogs to les than they have been work- -
.,rat Live Oak is that the officials Tarelon McClellan, did not play kept coming Coach Hurse with a good Job running the have a leash when outside their In*. THE 17TH DISTRICT IS BIG
on) the line didn't throw a flag, because of an Inbred lee. says. football In the first half. Dean own proper, and present It Recreation Department- BUSINESS!
but'the backfield official who McClellan is out for the season The BUS coach pointed out his Johns was also credited with a to the next meeting of the coun bet requests were cut $12,000
was In back of the team, called with a fractured leg, It was team beat Live Oak statistically sound Job in filling In at safety cil.The down to$29,477, slightly below IT TAKESA
and moved the ball well
the second, half for Alvarez. city registration bookIs
-the penal learned over the weekend. ; lat year's spending bill. Rec- BUSINESSMAN TO
In the air and on the ground. Against Bolles this Friday, to be placed at Bruno's store
The BHS mentor also had reference Running back Jimmy Alvarez matins officials had asked$41-
to a pass interference leading BUS ground gainer, did BHS had 22 first downs to LO's Wright will move to the strong by next weekend, for voters 402 tills year. 7e. HANDLE IT.
12, for Instance, side defensive end post. Others to register for the city; char- Pall field construction .. Ar
Bradford coaches had said .seeing action at defensive end, ter election, If It Is to be held. cut from $10,000 to $2,000 wash,' VOTE
all along that If quarterbackDean will be Randy CasMns. James Any new electors do not affect: lighting the old armory frost
Johns would start throwing Sewell, Gary Melvin and the number needed for the petition $500 to$200, Pratt Street Cen. ,, : THE MAN
NOTICETWO the football the Tornadoes 'Kelly Forsyth. to place the issue on the tat ceiling repair from $50C
Mould have a good attack.Johns Defensive tackles will still ballot, but new voters who qualify to $200, and $500 on bleacher '
be Brad Carter, Gene Harris (who have lived Inside the ? Joe
completed 13 of 18 passes against board were eliminated. Jr.
Len Register, and Bobby DyaL. city limits for at least six Ripley
NEW COURSES ARE BEING ADDEDTO Live Oak.for 133 yards, Streets and Garbage- total ,
Linebackers will be Joey months) vote In the
of' may e-
THEEradfordUnion will 11 the passes being of $116,482 was approved
Tim Mur- Branson, Danny Jackson, and lection. Methods of handlingthe
caught by wideout $15.000 less than the $129,482 House of RepresentativesDistrict
Gary Melvin. Malachl Henry election canvassing votes requested by Supt. S.R. Hicks.
Phey.
AreaVocationalTechnical will play the rover back postas and closing registration books
"If we can continue to Improve SAG Committee Head Billy Noegl 17Republican
Center our passing we'll havea usual. before election time, are to also suggested eliminating
Should Alvarez not play against be determined by the city (
coun- )
truck and
potent attack the rest of the a new two ton dump
THEY ARE season," Coach Hurse says. Bolles he will be replaced cil. fixing the old one and the Coun PD POL. ADV.
In the safety; post by
The Tornado running game was Dean Johns. Finances of the
city were - - - - -
BOOKKEEPINGand helped tremendously against LO
brought up when Johns said he
because Johns did the Bull-
keep I
INDUSTRIAL DRAFTING could understand that the council ,
dogs loosened up with his pas *
was unable to
accomplishmuch
Drug we on the .it
s jolt reported
APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED Tim Murphey played by far to be a growing problem when they had such a
the greatest game of his career for industry, but to far small income Considering that, Do You Want. ;
he added, he could not understand .
PLEASE CALL 964-6150 against Live Oak, both offensively there has been no ,agitation -
the $500 fee paid Wilson I
for a pot break.
and defensively Hurse
for bringing a court case !
against Williams In the dis-
pute over a piece of land"worth
only $25, and he thought Williams
had told the council he 4A Piece 0 The :
would settle for less than that
KEEPINMAN amount Wilson said the $500 I
J JH
was not his fee, but costs of
preparing the case before It
came to court Williams said !
"I made the statement that Action' ? ? ?
that land wasn't worth over H
$50, and, If the city would
GREEN straighten the road to some
plats that I also own In that
Est x old subdivision, I would give

them The right-of-way.financial statement" for You Don't Have To Be

the month of September showed

Your Clerk $713 in receipts, and $851 dls- Rich
bursements. And You Can


If Hampton Get It Right Here In Starke! '



Circuit Court ) Quits ""

(Continued from Page One) .
Income lost. Real estate taxes
Two Year Term brought In$1,245, and are billed s j\
at $1,322 for 1971, accordingto
the county tax roll Just pre-
pared. Other Income was occupational -
licenses, $315 tim 'T 'f ':
Yon The Voters ber on city property,; 560; ; I'I'I
I
fines $133; road and bridgetax
$259; building permits,$10;
and miscellaneous, $176. Only
Make The Decision Income Bradford County would

get of this, would be the road ,
and bridge money.
Balance on hand Oct. 1 was

Which Is More Important To You $2,080.Spending for Hampton last

year added up to $11,012. Lar-
gest single expense was all I\

PARTY AFFILIATION OR EXPERIENCE? salaries, including that for gar-
bage pickup, police city officials ,
--$2,670. Llmerock: labor -

lxu.vni Green Is Now Serving As Your Clerk Of The Court Ing roads and a after tractor the spring for repair-rains

cost the city $2019. \
Which Repairs to the city hall this r
uo You Prefer last year the first major work I'I I
'r

PARTY AFFILIATION OR QUALIFICATIONS?

At First Federal Of Starke You Can \

Present Competent Performance in office Speaks for itself!
Get 'A Piece Of The Action' By In-


Which Is To Your A d vantage vesting As Little As $ O 5 f\ t ,


,
PARTY AFFILIATION OR BUSINESSS ABILITY?

.

Twenty-three management experience -- accounting experience "
years proven .

in having 1970-71 complicated County Budget in excess of $800,000 Charley EMERGENCY SEWING KIT 'J

approved on first submission to State Comptroller.I 1

Johns 4ctc. NO O OBLIGATION: EXCEPT \' $ :,

About This Question: TO ASK FOR ONE! j

INMAN GREEN humbly ask the voter to choose the
you "roast fall
my power saws (We would like to sew up your savings!)

man who will continue to give you log were site stolen planking from the fell build.from __ ,I II '\

our truck, causing: a passIng .
car (to crash a sub f

Proven contractor took his money
Proven
Qualifications
Experience but left me with his bills. OUR HOUMM Ft?
Does the Charley E. Johns .i.n-. t1 AJf..f PJC SA.v; tsr
han .AM.: ...:10 PJL
Proven Business AbilityYour Agency complete insurance r r CAN BctaHar
(to protect a building --.. ,!

contractor .
;::::)" n SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION '!

Vote And Active Support On November 3, 1970 Will Charley E. 7. ()& ,

(104...-._--- -- ,
Be Forever Appreciated.PD. JOHNS AGENCY "The House of Savings" .TAMO,noun*notif .

131 So Walnut St.

( POL. ADV. REP.) Phone 904-5070



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.t I Woman Of Year t PRAYER Canton of''GethMmane';

" .. ." "....nevertheless not u I will
member of the Cham '" ,. but Thou wilt." d
Bureau a ,. ., of as
Prayer it the expression
: :
:
Each year dung National bar of Commerce, and presently ;. '" sonfldence toward God. It also One cannot change the being
to the '
' Business Woman'' Week, Oct. serving as secretary Build- "I"'IJ1'. (fa the general language of man's of God at will by prayer for.
Library
18-24 this year, t SttrkeBPWClub Bradford County ';; loul enlightened by the Holy; "He Sa tM Mm yesterday,
presents iv "Woman of ing Committee. r;} It should be definite "Vet,
Spirit. -
... ,; ; today and forever. praying
Organlzationa- .
Professional ...
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''I the Year" Award (; i and In faith one prays without ceasing can change
serving as Presidentof I it,\ ti i
or professional\ woman out Presently :, : ; of the
of ,,' audibly or with groaning God's direction of mind. In our
Association ';i '
standing In her business. or the Florida Economics Agents \:'; ',i;{I soul. Nevertheless, confidence lives Christ cave example In
profession and |A civic and Extension President Home of this Association -- 14 + yr I'i il ila ila ilb I should be foremost that Godwin Luke 181.8 when He said, "....
religious work.Recipient as the hear. I John 5:14 says men ought always; to pray and
( she represents
of tji* award In i "This U the confidence that not to faint."
1970 is Miss Maltha Sue Mc Association to the State Association .
we have in Him. that If we
Prayer Is want, desire
Cain, extension tome\ of County Commissioners '
econo-
ask anything according to His
mics agent for BvAdfotd County. State Fair at Tampa necessity; and should always be
will He beareth us.
' The award tyAI Presented Youth Day etc. She is immediate $ _iij, i thanksgiving for blessings re-
Miss McCain at bAnquet ins Past President of the ceived. When one prays, therefore
jJ: What rule of shouldone let him ask In the
her honor at tin, Holiday Inn Central Florida Home Economics prayer right
. "
Association, Chairman of use 1f we askaccol'dlqr anything manner. Pray with a simpleand
last night to h AU recipients .
wHi "
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of past Awards Exhibits Committee of the National to Ms will? Let one earnest spirit. Let prayerbe
were Association of Extension not be so presumptuous that he the door to confidence that
i invited.-The BPW Club teased Home Economists and a member Bradford state champion livestock judging team, prays to inform God what should God will hear and answer. '
the
following statem\At explaining: of American Home Economics above, left Saturday for Kansas City for the National be the accompIishroVUA of Mina Association.She FFA Convention and to compete for the national FFA In mind. One prays always .
to God's Will. Even
McCain and why .she. was chosen is a member o(the Church livestock judging championship. "* according Christ our Lord followed this The typographical' rror <. a
as 1970 WomAjf of theVear- of Christ in which she takesan From the left are Tom Edwards Mike Bryan baste rule when He prayed in rich source of humor', except -
: Through both bar personal i J active part. Last year she David Stalnaker. and Walter Prevatt all Bradford token it', 'to a 'cfpe.
," and professional life Martha served as a Sunday Schoolteacher .-
FFA members.. They were accompanied on the trip -
Sue has demons Ated her interest and is currently servingas
In helping VA,_ age groupsIn a substitute teacher. She by Ag Advisor David Smith.
the area of hoi\ !inaldng and does personal work In the SAVE YOUR TREES
family living. A b1atYe Flori- church and is active and faithful
dlan and a resident\!: of Starke In attendance. LADIES
since 1965 she I has become Martha Sue received the Com Own Your Own PIXIE SHOPwith
well known for per devotionto munity Service Award from the FromSPANISH
the community And the ser Chamber of Commerce at their
vice she volunteer' to the many Martha Sue McCainenergy annual meeting in January 1970 a complete line of popular priced
activities not wlttyh the realm for her outstanding contribution dresses!' sportswear & shoes for ladies and MOSS
of her academic tyfcciallty. and money. by the American Sheep Breed- : to our county. girls, can be yours. We assist you in rent

f Homemaker Chjhs' Martha Youth workMiss McCain ers Association and the American Martha Sue was awarded the ing your building, purchase and set up your
Sue has worked Myth organized works primarily with girls In Wool 22 counties.Council. District Includes Distinguished Service Award by fixtures and complete training. $800 cash Chemically Controlled with 1 Spray I

adult groups at tK State Farm various project areas and Is Various Organizations and Florida Association of Exten- necessary, total cost of $3,500. $10,000
Lawtey, Brookei\ Starke and currently working with leaders sion Home Economics Agentsin at risk. GUARANTEED BY
In CommitteesMartha Sue Is merchandise on consignment our
Hampton all
axis Of homemaking
and girls over the County In Daytona Beach at their annual
and family Uvtng-.-Including and otherpro- presently serving on the Nurses Over 100 small town shops throughout the
sewing projects conference September 25-
food and Wtrltion\ ,clo- jects Including foods, health Advisory Council Children'sCommittee 26. 1970. South. Only one franchise per town. Florida Pest ControlPHONE
Woman's
thing construction, housing and recreation, gardening home Bradford Fair Association Club She will received a similar WRITE OR CALL COLLECT:
home furnishings jrous"hold e- Improvement etc. She Is pre County Award at the National Convention Miss Ingram. P. O. Box: 51429, JacksonvilleBeach
(she has served
quipment, consurn!t education, sently serving as Dlstric t Director as secre- In Milwaukee October 24- Phone 9012467462.
964-5745
Fla. 32250.
health and safely, grooming of "Make It Yourself cretary of this association since 29. ,
personal development, I leadership with Wool" which Is sponsored 1965), Bradford County; Farm
managemvu Of time .-- -


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tt c\: :1) AUTUMN Supermarket at home:


Disrespect To Flagafter Fresh and frozen foods'21.4 side-by-side cu.; No FrostRelrtOerator ,

r the regulation 5 p.m.quit-
: A Starke area toe VgftC.Frank the fall trial term which went ting time. .
Andrew WMtenacK, was found overtime last Thursday Oct. Much attention had been drawnto Only, 33"wide and
Innocent of dI.re&J"'Ct" to the 8. the disrespect to the nag t 1 SALE a .66'Full' ".height high., freeerholdi t
United States flag py a County\ ; arrestedand
Whltenack, 17, was case termed a "first" In this up to 212 HM.
Court jury In the {foal day of charged with disrespect area on such a charge, but cantilever
I to the nag after he was found the six-man jury failed to find 1 .,helve. :,.
J.E.MILUGAN wearing the flag draped around proof of WMtenack's mutilating _I .7 clay Meal KerpeiBifdrontoinii ,'.
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at the corner I l h.n,2
his shoulders defacing or disrespect to
". ACCoUN ANT i of US-301 and SR-100. He wore the nag by word or act. At- t .mim-tul halls out'on hwylzr u heels for t
, no shirt shoes or socksonly torney for the defendant, Carol duly leaning
" the nag and a pair of bell Scott of Gainesville, sought to

i' BOOKKEEPING bottom trousers. prove by the defendant's testimony $369
.1 Jurors and County Judge that In draping the WT
" Theron A. Yawn put In plentyof nag over his shoulders and ItlIINIlpmpnllphll? I ... .
TAX SERVICE! overtime as they worked the parading at a downtown ser t The Finest ii..1.1 I"IKKUIHK,, m'.T.HIAt.t '.Aluiwith iilmtiHll.,. ,,. ..ku...m.k.. .. t
wind
late Thursday to up vice station shortly after mId-
fall trial term. Working Into night July 21, Whltenack[ was
Phone 964-5590 the night, juries returned the only indicating his belief In unity
verdict on Whitenack and also under the nag,now showing dis
I Room No. 4, DjXle Motel found Jerry Lee Glance Innocent respect. t In Quality & i t tt
Starke. Florida of contributing to the delinquency The defense cited toothpick' Giant frozen food storage
of a minor bothREVOLUTIONARY flags In hamburgers a truckat
Vo-Tech painted like a -- ...fast, fast ice!
-eaa.- sr l/tmI aM ohs-,- ---------
I -- ----- flag nag decals on cars, a /
flag shirt as other unusual t Convenience M.7 cu. (It.r
:liefrtueralorCompartm..nt t
I I II ways of exhibiting the United .Jut Freeze ice No Frost
States nag. The Incident July j blown r J .Jet Freeze IceCompartment
I I 21, the defendant siad, was Biil>..m.;' over trays I blows
I shortly after there had been for extra.futit freezing! sub-zero air overI.

new performance! local turmoil over displayingthe ... .Zero hoJ.l"-degree to 166'freezer M.. /,ice-trays: for extra
I IJr confederate nag In Starke t .Door Nhelvea up in By .lout freezing.. t
and he only used that opportunity both "ciOnll Zero-degree freezer''
r holds up to 147 lb>.
US ..
to display the nag Rol'' out on wheels Mobile CoM separate
II to indicate he was for "unityof for easy cleaning temperature control
people in this country rather fir q .Only 3014" with, for each "section
\ I than disunity." 00" hlMh' .Twin binsanil
; t -- r vegetable t
I 1 II Complaining witness In the --.. GE colon or white removable bin
I Whitenack trial was Julian C. Model.TaP..Isa for 18 eggs
sl Green, Starke policeman, who $1589 WT >CEceloroorwhite
stated he outraged at what ._n. 1e96
was
I I II he felt was disrespect to the 1111 Til $339_ WT

I nag when at he the witnessed Intersection the Incident of t 18 i POUNDS I I t tt

i I Ii highways 100 and 301.
IN ONI; WASHING;
Earlier Thursday Eugene
i I I Woods and Gene Vanzant were

, I 1i found not assault and battery against / Washer with
i I I Larry Lee Turne r on June 29. Model SC600E 2 SPEEDS

at Baldwin's grocery east of Manu-Cycle 3 CYCLES Permanent Press Cycle

, : I Starke on Highway 301. _, Control: Normal ...".............
i\ I Harold Lester Knowles was Wash. Short Wash :';::; '
while Intoxicated t ii Rinse and Dry : .m FILTER-FLO' t
found guilty of driving ,:::;, ::
: I II In his trial Wednesday II'' 3-LevelThoro-Wash r.. ;N:;.::.;....-- aR1C / WASHER
and fined $151 or 60 days Power-Flo Cool. .
I I i w J and
I and his driver's licenses sus- Mechanism .ulNwn.r. ......... nl-nnruh"
I "m I .zone..... ..
for six months. ..,.... .1
i pended Built-in Soft Food i re.. .
I xy I ... ... .I..n.
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,....,.. .
, _, Joseph Renner was found not t Disposer ........,...''n.. t
I aIMMaMI I guilty of voluntary intoxication, Rinse-Glo Automatic $ 95; 'INn..,..,...m.1
M 219 t .n.
Charles Lott Jr. not guiltyof ::
' 1 only a beautiful, patented I and Rinse Agent ..
I
improper exhibition of a tJ y Injector : :,:M
= a Ir4r CCN.....
dangerous weapon. Annie Lou '
, I S EaiiLER I Lott was found guilty of pro $199 50
fane and indecent language, anda t LOW WW $19995 t

I OIL HOME HEATERgives I ordered.presentence Investigation was PRICE J

I 40 I much wonderful comfort I Jayne O'Neal; Hunt was found WAHOUu
j guilty; on a DWI charge and -
1 I fined $151 or 60 days and her t
driver's license revoked for t
I new he ting comfort I 90 days. A reckless driving THE a

,, I Thk Det\I Sfofler Oil How U all new, from tM Inside II charge against John Edward I DIMENSION/
out! Tbd entire walls of the Inner unit I Ann Blocker was found not guilty q STEREO. .
that surround the flame. The result 1a
beat tuV
of profane and Indecent lan- STEREO CONSOLE t tt
I nor beet over your floor, more fuel caring,, and II guage. t ii TUNER, CHANGER,

nndrMiA/4 of beating comfort. Why put up with an I John Payne Willingham Gary TAPE
".xpenaivV* Cheap: beater when Siegler will pay tot Weglng, and Eric Paul Johnson i- *
I ....If wit]* ti* fuse It MY" I each scheduled for trialon -

I new sty"n" I three charges pleaded guilty t eRulidtituteAhl/FJt/I'11Stereo 1,un T : t
alcoholic
to possession of -- .' 1 Deluxe Tonal I ChangerS

I dean ttjta Vac with a "picture framefront.. The I beverage by a minor and pro- __ 'I Ira nsirtnrin'rl4'I'ruck,
and .,..__ -
genuine ArceUia enamel It rich cordovan with bright fane and Indecent language FP .-. 2 CrmnnilTiipc DrtkSixSiiak
I I were each fined! $26 or five i a e> I | ">rf,K: Sound System
gold triife. Tfcia Siegler will be the handsomest" tad .
days for each of the two char 1 Joluipp.tl: | | | For I'r.rtu Fi
warmest ftitaA in home! I .=.: '
I foot ges. Assault and battery char t ..-. "'0:: t
ges against each of the three $199
I see a SJEGL.ER' soon at I II were dropped. t (':t II


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Convert Concern To Action Oct. 12, 1970 by writing and Senators to our, asking Congressmen that-

ALL funds be cut-off and no to Eyeball November 3 I
Dear Mr. Editor: further assistance be given this
After 50 years of inaction, citizensof annually for pollution control in Flo- "dying" United Nations.

Florida are joining together to rida. Did you know that there are How can a nation such as
the people In our country who still oursfounded on the faith of
take the offensive against con-
think it is better to have the FarmersWe
tinuted pollution of the state's air Although Starke is more fortunate United Nationsthan nothing? our fatherseven down with athestic consider amoral sitting Diaryof

and water, which are perhaps our than many other cities and towns in There are many who take for Communists and negotiate, a

two greatest natural assets. having an adequate sewage disposal granted that some world-type; peaceful world? To me, this Is returned last week froma
Is needed and ne- 45 mph It was possible to
plant, we should not be indifferentto organization likened to a compromise with three-week vacation at a delightful after
In that respect
If dominated by relax
The campaign to gain approval of the problems of other municipa- cessaryeven the Communists. the devil. place called SanibelCaptiva driving so much on US-301.

Constitutional Amendment No. 4, which lities that are pouring raw sewage As for me, I would rather Islands, located In the Incidentally, while It is only

provides a weapon to fight air and into rivers, lakes, and streams, which have nothing. At least with nothing Thank you. from Gulf a Fort few Myers miles, and off we shore can 325 miles from our place to

water pollution through the authori- are used by everyone for recreation.By one Is even with the Don E, Champion report that It Is not necessaryto Sanibel, It took almost foreverto
zation of state bonds, has been launched board. I would hope that all P.O. Box 177 leave the state to find a get there. We went down

with the chartering of "4 Clean Water, voting for Amendment No. 4 recall how the past 25 yeais Starke, Fla. good vacation resort. That is, 1-75 to Tampa and route made from excellent -
of this so-called "peace or- time, but the
Inc. corporation.This we can help solve Florida's numberone If you are like us, and like
a non-profit ganization." The free world the Gulf Coast. there to Fort Myers on US-41
environmental problem-- discharge got "minus" and It Oct. 5, 1970 took more than three hours
organization represents broad of inadequately treated human cost a mighty big plus figure.A ace By Sam McGarvey\ of frustrating driving.

range of city and county officials, lead waste into our waterways. We can UN negotiation of reminds hunter who me Dear Mr. Matthews: .

ing conservationists, and citizens con- help other communities and the stateto of the story a The islands, which are narrow
was about to shoot a'bear. The There are some people who .
cerned about the quality of Florida's obtain a greater share of federal bear, speaking softly, said, have been lead to believe that and together have a length of On the way home, Insteadof
20
miles have been
water for drinking and recreation. funds to assist in the construction of "Let's talk this over and try the local police forces and law famous only as a, source long of sea- There are 'gators all over using 1-75 to the Gaines-

community sewage treatment facilities to negotiate. Now what do you enforcement agencies are no shells and for fishing, since the placeand we saw one ville turnoff and then SR24to
Although Amendment No. 4 will gen- thus protecting Florida's important want?" The hunter replied "I longer effective, therefore they were first settled back In crossing the road ahead of us Waldo and 301, we got off
erate funds to combat air and solid water resources. only want a bear-skin "over- should be brought under some 1870. However, until recent one time and a big 'un sunning 75 at Ocala at t': 301 inter-
coat. What do you want? The sort of federal control. With accissible himself at the water's edge. change and then had a fine four-
waste pollution, 4 Clean Water, Inc. bear said "I only want a good this In mind. I would like to years boat they were and there only In fact at the adjoining motelto lane route all the way to our
by or ferry
will emphasize the of a local- The cost of providing the needed sat downthe facts and food
urgency meal. They present some was little In the way of tour- where we were staying there place. And after being away r
state-federal partnership to preserve pollution control facilities is estimatedat hunter and the bearto makea for thought about The War On ist accommodations. A cause- was a "pet" one which came for three weeks, It was good r

clean water for Floridians. The state's almost two billion dollarsso compromise and soon the Police. way and toll bridge was built up for feeding right beside one to get back home and to find I
bear waddled away, alone. The In June of 1961, the Internal of the cabins. The proprietorof that everything was all right
role will focus on financial assistanceto great that it cannot be borne entirely the then and now It is easy to
had been a suc- Subcommittee of ,
compromise Security to Sanibel and the place we were at did
get there are
local government by placing the by local government. cess. The bear had a full sto- United States Senate released a not share our enthusiasm for 1,
ample facilities for lodging and
state's full faith and credit, and administrative mach and the hunter had his report which detailed commu- meals. 'gators, though, and said they
capab' Hies behind pol- Amendment No. 4 offers to citizensof fur coatI nist plans to discredit and des- were becoming pests We usually take our vacation i f fIn
lution control fundl jr. Florida the opportunity to convertour personally feel that the world troy local police forces. Called see September and one of these k'
concern the problems of has all the "bear overcoats"It "A Communist Plot Against times we're going to get caught *
over can stand. It Is time that The Free World Police" this down there by a storm. For a r
State participation will also accelerate pollution into a specific of We went there in the hopesof
program we understand what "peace"means report was Ignored by much of time, It appeared that a hurricane i
getting for the time
additional federal funds to action. For the continued wellbeingof to this UN organization. the mass media. Here, In part being from the away frictions of dally a e was threatening and so r

local sewage treatment projects, and our beautiful state, Amendment No.' It Is apparently the Commun Is what -.It: said: "our policeare living nowadays and to find- we checked with our host as

could mean an additional $20 million ..4 should be approved on November 3. ists' definition of "peace", among the foremost guard- some relaxation. And on the The vegetation of the island to what we should do, as the
which Is "an absence of. resistance alns of freedom and thus a beach, while avidly searchingfor was also Interesting, as the cli. entire Island Is only 20 or
to Communism." of the commun- mate Is sub-tropical and there
He
major target shells, or at the bird 30 feet above sea level.
Get the United States out of ists. The better the force the were cocoanut palms right In grinned and said, "Just followme
sanctuary, we found and
Attack Cause Not Symptomsif the United Nationsand then- more vital it Is for the com- quiet In reflection in the peace beaut- front of our cottage and sea- because we'll take off for
Get the United Nations out of munists to destroy It.The com ies of nature. grape and red mangrove shrubsor the mainland if the storm heads
the United States, should be the munist technique had been directed ( trees, really) grow In pro- this way."
slogan of all Americans. The primarily toward dis- seeThe fusion. As to winter tempera-

In all the discussion concerning recent not completely hopeless.As one-worlders and the anti-U crediting the police In the eyes tures, our host said It often .5 .
increases in automobile Insurance nited States people have forcedon of the people. There Is a natural entire area is a U.S. goes down below 40 In a cold
us United Nations Day(whichIs antipathy between the police spell and we assured him that The storm fizzled out and
rates which Wildlife Refuge, with no shoot-
are admittedly high, no a starting point the following October 24)). Let really The it does
us and communists. police Ing allowed, and to who that too here In Brad- we gave a_ sigh of relief and
one seems concerned with the obvious measures have been suggested by use October 24this year17877 learn early in their careers likes to watch birds anyone It is a ford County, but we did not went back to our daily rou-
part that alcoholic beverages play In that the Communist Par- tell him how far below.
United Christian Action, Inc., an organization paradise with birds of tine of beachcombing and bird
the steady spiral of insurance costsin with headquarters in Lake- 1r; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::v.::::::::.v::::ssvr.:=:::::=:: ::::::v':i: ; ty is not just another political description including the every uni- watching. And while It wasn't

Florida. land: party; but Is an International que roseate spoonbill and an a. exciting In any way, we ask
A campaign againstthe
i conspiracy. almost countless number of you who needs more excite-
police of one free country There is little traffic on the ment in this dizzy old world
We know, of course, that insurance 1. Remove loopholes and tighten con- Is not planned and directed by other waterfowl. island and with a speed limit of ours?

companies cannot stay in business trols over drivers licenses. (First the Communist Party of that

unless they make a reasonable pro- offense, suspension of license; 2nd TAXESCitizens country. It Is planned and directed ...
by the strategists of fi1-: Historical GroupTo
fit, and some of them claim they offense, revocation for one year; 3rd International Communism" }. It's a womn'sfftlfff
are paying out more on auto insur- offense, jail term.) of Starke and Brad- We should be extremely con- l Hear Geologist

ance than they are taking in. After ford County were probably com- cerned about recent developments ; .:
Discuss Sink HoleDr.
plaining about "high taxes" In .o. ( [{ ll
reading reports from safety officialsand 2. Uniform statewide hours of sale 1877just as they are today-- In this country which .w- U [}
have Imposed new and dangerous -
traffic experts throughout the nation of alcoholic beverages in areas where even though the levy 93 years burdens local E.G.'Plrkle. of the Department -
on our
it seems obvious that if the insurance legalized. Suggested: no earlier than ago amounted to about two centsan lice. Court decisions have po of Physical Sciences

companies did not have to 9 a.m. No later than 10 p.m. acre, and the local school. placed unreasonable restrictions at the University of Florida,
pay claims resulting from drlnking- tax was only one mill! on the forces of law and By Martha Sue McCain will be guest speaker*at.

driving accidents and deaths, rates 3. Enact responsibility or "dramshop" Simon J, Temple, a promi- order while freeing many cri- !1 1 1LET'S County Extension first fall meeting of the Brad-
nent timber and sawmill owner and Imposing Home Economics ford County Historical SocietyIn
could be about half what they are minals from prison Agentwill
provisions whereby the owner of that day, paid a total$117.36 only the mildest of sen- the Starke Library, Thursday
now. Liquor was listed as a contri- and' bartender can be sued for dam- in taxes annually, and he was tences on others. And far too Oct. 15, at 7:30: p.m.
buting cause in more than half of ages if an obviously intoxicated per- listed as owning 5,780 acres many politicians have bowedto EAT vary in texture, juicinessand Dr. Flrkle has made several
the automobile accidnts reported in son is served. of land. the disruptive tactics and tartness with the variety of trips to the Bradford County;
the nation. Actually, however, Mr. Temple's outright threats of organized Does the thought of eating apple you use. For variation, sink, located between Grahamand
breakfast make you shudder? use honey Instead of Drooker and will discuss
land tax was even less granulated
The rate roll-back ordered by the 4. Remove sale and promotion of than that, for the entire tax pressure The last groups.bulwark of our safe- Are you tired by mid-morning? sugar. Or cook two sticks of geological aspects of the 80-

Legislature will probably prove to alcoholic drinks from grocery stores bill included an assessment on ty against communist crimes, Research shows that people cinnamon with the apples. Be foot deep hole and tell now

be a futile gesture unless somethingis and auto service stations to reduce other items, such as: townpro- cruelty and terror lies in restoring whc eat alert a good breakfast are sure to remove cinnamon before It was possibly formed.

done to attack the cause of auto availability to drivers and teenagers. perty; tax on swine and hogs; and maintaining the authority more and productive in mashing apples, Another All Interested persons are
the
morning.... and more resis-
variation Is to add invited to attend this meeting.
accidents rather than the symptoms. horses asses, or mules; neat and morale of our independent tant to fatigue through the a quartercup
day.
Some (oxen), and stock cattle; as well local police forces.As Some of raisins to the tot apple
consider these drastic young children also findit
may sauce. Or add a little lemon
as personal property. Retired Lt. Leland R, Brownof
suggestions. But drastic ills some- difficult to eat early in the juice If you want some tart-
Some of the other tax bills the Detroit Police Dept. so Paddles BackIn
times require drastic remedies. At 1877 don't need morning so end up fasting until ness, then garnish with a lemon
Unless our legislators and state of the year were: wisely says: "We snack time or lunch time In
officials take more effective action least these measures might help pro- Moses Thomas, Sr., 32 a- more laws, huge expenditures, school. Their energy will be slice and a sprig of mint. ClassroomBy

against the promotion and use of alcohol vide a permanent cure to oppressive cres, 66 cents; Seborn Bragg, registration of guns or federalization low and they may not be ableto Court's OK
120 horse 15 of local The
acres, one hogs-- police.
by drivers, the chances for per- insurance rates, rather than a tem- $8.54 taxes; Richard Crosby way to make the streets of learn as easily. If possible,

manent rate reductions seem slim. porary roll-back. 160 acres, four horses, five America safe Is to take the get these children up earlierso Teachers can paddle problem
they won't feel rushed. If
cows, 32 hogs$10.57.. handcuffs off of the police and your child doesn't like the usual NEW WRINKLES IN PICKLES pupils without fear of parental
Included on the 1877 tax roll put them back on the criminal How reprisals as a result of a recent -
were 919 taxpayers, and the where they belong. There Is a foods served at breadfast, let many ways do you serve court decision In Miami,
pickles and relishes
total valuation of all land was conspiracy In this country to him have something that will home? Here in your according to a State Department
$347,251 (which also Includedthe destroy the effectiveness of local appeal to him..such as a meator are some ideas of Education spokesman.
The Bradford /l.--- area that Is now Union police. If it Is successful, cheese sandwich with some you may want to try. Add a A Dade County criminal court
County County). Taxes on this valu- the light of freedom will be fruit juice and milk. The Important relish sprinkle. of chopped pickle or judge recently dismissed char-
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED I!b. ation totaled $2.43.76.> snuffed out In America and thing for child or adult add diced:n almost any soup. Or ges brought against a teacherby
: pickles
Additional property and the throughout the whole world." is to eat somefood that sup or relishesin the parents of a child who
, 1879 & amount of taxes were Itemi- With these warnings coming plies both energy and nourish stuffings meat loaves or had been punished.
.... :'I zed as: Town lots, $38,180 value from such learned and exper- ment to keep a body bright- meat dishes, fish, salads, "I think we're moving towarda
i 4'heBlbla $267.26 taxes; Animals, ienced men I firmly believe eyed and bushy-tailed until the creamed or buttered vege point now where we're tryingto
Unless one is born anew, he $161,773 value $1,132.24 taxes; that all of us must accept our next feeding time. tables, In scrambled eggs. Try restore respect for autho-

MLMarRf cannot see the kingdom of Personal property, $119,850 responsibilities to our local pickles or their liquids ,in rity in the public schools,"
God.-(John 3:3)). value, $838.95 taxes. police, to defend them against THE UNCOMMON; TOUCH sauces for meats, fish, fowl said Wally Johnson, executive
I !: FLORI A ESSASSO unjust attacks,make them proud or egg dishes. Use the liquid director of the state depart-
Day-to-day living can as- The county tax total for that.J and secure In their vital pro- One of the ways to enjoy the from pickles in almost any ment. He said that charges
ON sume new proportions if we year was 512888. In addition fession, and to offer them our big harvest of apples this fall dressing or to baste meat. Pic- were filed last year againsta
,r oN will but discard hidebound there were state taxes support In word and deed is In the form of applesauce. kles and relishes will keep well number of teachers and prin-
prejudice and biased judgment.Let of 846412. All taxes were paid wherever possible. We must It's easy to make and you can If unopened for several months. cipals who punished childrenfor
us keep our vision clear directly to the state, and the keep them Independent. add your own variations. Core After opening, store them in misbehavior In school.
and unclouded and our mind county's share rebated later. It Is with my most earnest the apples. or core and pare refrigerator. But they won't
to new ideas. An entire J.L. Wynn was the tax col- thanks to you Mr. Matthews them. For six servings, cook keep forever. Discard any open
open lector in 1877 six cups of apple pieces in one jar if the product is dis-
but
E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Pubtsber unveiled was referredto for contributing so much spaceIn very
; vista be ,
revealing -
new
may cup of water for 10 to 15 minutesor colored, has
as the Assessor of Revenue. an offensive odor.
good for
Published each Thursday and entered as Second your newspaper
have
which
that may In the tax levy of the follow- people of this community to until apples are tender. If If gas bubbles appear or if the GET OuT THE VOTE
Class Matter at the Pat Office at SUrke Florida been hidden previously. Castoff InG' vear. 1878 a special assessment their views. pared, mash the apples with- product has an unusual soft-
under Act of March 3rd 1879.Subscription the invisible shell of dull of three mills was express out draining them. U unpared, ness, mushiness or sllpperi-

in trade' area: 1 year. $3.00; Outside complacency and a bright, Included for the purpose of Very sincerely, put them through a food mill or ness. In other words If thepickle's

trade area: 1 year, 15.50 shining panorama will bf 'a.v..led. building a new courthouse and Paul I. Meng sieve. Stir in a quarter to a I lost< ItS CriSPy crunch
county jail. Hampton, Fla. third cup sugar. Applesauce it's had It ?

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LAWTEYBy 1 :Tmi For Bradford C*_tjr Bradford Co.. r. Florida.In .
1I Civil Ac U., He' HAMPTON l PrnKate N*. -
IJ i t DI. *. In RE: Estate of Calvin J.
Earn BIneh rd Sylvia JenMt Lyl.. I'laJa. Crewe. Deceased.
J tiff. v* EawiU-d Everett wI. Not Ire To Creditor KNOW YOUR
'D.f.lldant. By MIL D. E. DID All creditor of the Estate of
NOTICE 011' BRIT'l'Ol Calvin J. Crew, deceased. are
annual Home-Coining slonary speaker and Mrs. Edward Everett Lyl."bo. .. 4 hereby notified and requiredto -,
good music Marian
be held at Grace United Metho- Mars of Jacksonville .. resident and *,4dr***> >.: file any claim or demands '
dist Church was furnished by the choirof was a weekend visitor Unknown. Which they may have against FURNITURE t1.
on Sunday Oct. 18. Clay Hill Baptist Church and of Mrs. Hester Hicks and went You Are' Hereby: Notified raid estate In the office of the .
UTTLE LEAGUE
Everyone Is all- Bradford
Invited. tbat an motion for divorce. County judge '*f ..
several of with Mrs. Hicks toHomeComIng custody child up- In the CourtHouse : ,
Operation Teenager quartets neighbor qny. child More than 18 boys. 9 County. Florida
state ages
a .
sponsored program on drug addiction ing Churches. After the ser- at Long Branch Baptist eo.ts attorney h.. b..n* !.filed d.J9ft court through 13, have been out for in six at calendar Starke. Florida month with from \6 Ni N

will be presented by a vices a picnic dinner was served Church on Sunday. limeend copy .ro required tten practice for Little League base- the date of the first. publication By BILL WILSON
and the of your of this notice. Each claim t
fellowship VJIBOULLE
was enjoyed ball in
group from Lowell Correctional the last few weeks
defense If any. to It on A. Z.Adkliw. or demand muM bo In wrltlnw i {
Institure under the auspices of by all. A singing program wasa Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Caw Jr.Attorneysion. StripHna according to Bill Stone, who and must Mate the Place, of .' '-
.MYF at Methodist Church on feature of afternoon..There dill of Highland Baptist Church Off.. whose Jr.. addreM !. lit Plain-S.W. has been organizing the group. dress residence. / of the nnd claimant pout office and must ad-
Monday, Oct. 19. at 7:30 pjn. were more than 200 In atten- were dinner guests of Mrs.John Third Street. theloriginal with Meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesdaysand be sworn to by the claimant IMPRESSED THE
will be open to all teenagers dance at this great event Brown and sons on Sunday. Ida. and fU* Thursdays at the field west Isle agent or his attorney or. "
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and parents. PERSONALS Visiting Mrs. Charlie Manning she clerk of the.above October styled 30. of Hampton, the boys are get- It' will law. become void accordingto KING OF FRANCE
The PTA Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs during the weekend 1)io1other) ei e a ting head
held its I first meet- were | ludymentmay a start on a teamto Di BB.CcZZ: )I
ing of the term on of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Grlffls and f r the be relief entered demanded a yalnyt In yon theComplaint. enter the league next spring. the D. Estate> ..of Administratorof Calvin ;J'
Plane Mrs. A.D. Dobbs spent the daughters of Starke and Mr.and .
evening of last week. Crew,, deceased
weekend bend and the They plan to continue the ii.Once a time, in France, there lived
were made for the Halloween with Mrs. 'J.L. HeathIn Mrs. Russell Davis of Middle- W/ltnen my ELZJT3 S. SANDERSE"lo upon '
Savannah Ga. Mr. Heath Is burg. .peal of this Court on SeDt.m.t.U1q. twice-weekly play until cole: S. Sanders! master craftsman named Boulle. So magnificent
Carnival on Saturday Oct. 31. West Call Street i
critically Ul and not expected Mrs. Flossie Rosier recently Z67t'\! weather, Mr. Stone says and 141 Starke. FloridaAttorney ?J.. was his work it caught the eye of
CHURCH 1nman Oren .. Clerk of then plan for another activity for Almlnl..tratOPFirat. /
ACTIVITIES to
live. Mrs. A.D.
Dobbs commanded
and spent three weeks in Columbia sent. U. the king, who an apartment
ssld Court Publication\
until spring practice. : jJ'JJ
Grace United Methodist: : Sunday Mrs. Heath are sisters. S.C. visiting her sons-in-law By Beulah M. Moody A. ; early 8.14t : for him in the Louvre.
School 9:45; Worship services Mrs.. Clara Olson of New and daughters Mr. and Mrs. *.puty Clerk 10.22tw Additional adult sponsors for
11 a.m. and 8 p.m.: MYF, Orleans. La. Is visiting Mr. J.R. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. -J4 u the group are also needed and LEGAL-NOTICE' '
7 p.m. Choir Practice Wednesday and Mrs. Lee R. Green and Henry Carter. anyone wishing to help may Jeieph P. Dlcandlo. iSr. wilt it
7 p.m., Prayer services other relatives here. John C. Tye Jr. has recently The Clrralt Covrt Of contact Mr. Stone.PERSONALS lIot... Tunon.I"otharl. fw than any bY' Boulle wet architect, .:A
8 p.m. The WSCS met at the Mrs. Ida Padgett and daugh- been transferred to Merritt Island Bradford <<:...t)'. Florida debt nraelt.Ift made Ft I painter and inlaycr.
.Church on Tuesday evening of ter of Tampa were visiting Mr. as an assistant manager of C. No. 48ttlitrcsret Ann Lovell Conner 10-U 't.D 111 lie had many studios, >l

,last week. and Mrs. Floyd Futch on Sunday Kresge Store there. Mr. and Plaintiff: ".. James. Karl Conner Mr. and Mrs. Sam Doverof 4 and even consulted G
First Baptist: Sunday School afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Tye are residing In Cocoa. *. Defendant.Notice Of Action Charlotte, N.C. arrived Fri- priceless drawings: of
9:45 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and and Mrs. John Morrla Mrs. Jamea Earl Conner for several visit here .
Every Eunice and Mrs. To: day days' The Cones Jnrt..'. Coned the famous!! Raphael.
8 p.m., Training Union 7 p.m. of Jackson, Ala. are spending T.I. Wainwright were visiting You whose Ar.residence Hereby Is unknown.Notified with Mrs. M.L. Watterson. Of llradford County. IHnrlila i
Midweek services Wednesday a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.Frank Wainwright that an againstryoutind ha* Monday they and Mr. and Mrs. Wynn In re' deeeaeed.: Estate. of Trubai J.
8 p.m. H.E. Priest and Lamar. and family In Jacksonville dur- been filed you ofTheeronefeoL. Frederick Watterson and family NOTICIO: TO cnr.niTonsAll
Church of God: Sunday School Miss Arthuiine Blanchard the are required to serve a copy of Starke the creditor of the estate I His inlaid furniture
ing *. spent day at .
: Plain.. deceaced. Louis XIV .tylt from
Yawny'Jr J. Wynn
M.C of Truba the beautiful
was most
10 Jacksonville
a.m., Worship services 11 and Miss Enza Mrs. visited Mrs. Cedar Key. are hereby notified and required lrovence
a.m. and 7:30: pun.,YPE Thursday Blanchard spent ten days visiting Robert Hodges. In'Macclehny on tltf* P.* O.Attorney Drawer whose 10. addreMd. Stark, to file any claims or de_ ;I to come from the
7:30.Friends: nieces and nephews and their Monday. Florida I on or before the 13rd: R.H. Parker was taken to against minds laid which estate they In may the have office Louis XIV.period.
will regret to learn families in Homestead, MiamI, Mr. and Mrs.LB.Lundberg day of October.with 11110.the Clerk and file of Bradford County; Hospital In of the County Judge of Boulle used exotic inlays I
that Miss Madona Hall, granddaughter Fort Lauderdale and Winter Ha- Jacksonville spent Sunday with the till original Court either before **r- Starke Saturday for treatment. f.:4gthoUuY: : Starke.. Florida\ Flor., I la . ivory and I Iil
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. vice on Plaintiff attorney orImmediately Mrs. Parker's brother and sls- ca.endarmonth.
ven.Mr. Roscoe Norton. thereafter. otherwise Ida. within six gold and tropical woods.:
May, Is. a patient In BndfordCOWltr and Mrs. Virgil Grlffls a default will be ;entered ter-ln-law from Birmingham, ifronti the dot of the first Each Publication
and Mr. and .. for the relief demanded Ala. were visiting here with of this notice.
Hospital. We Mrs. Malms Grit. Inst :you demand must be In
; hope she.will claim or
fls and In the Complaint.Witness the Parkers for several days. state theplace
their families of "wrltlnaand must
soon be at home again. Palatka Notice' Of Apvlleatlo P.s my hand and the and ponof.. I
Long Branch Baptist Church were visiting Mrs. Nell Wilkinson Tax tread .*al of Ibis Court this lath Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Cherepyand flee of address residence of the claimant" BodcocfeHlJRNITURE
held its annual Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn See. 104.1O. IT. S. oe- of September. 1170. son of Miami were week- and muat be aworn to- thOclaimant
HomeComingon Notice 1* Hereby Olv.n.that (.11.II.10):. his attorney
end visitors of Mrs. T.F. hit aa-ent. or
Sunday Oct. 11. The mes- during the weekend. Another JEueae Smith the holder of the ._ ft Green. Clerk Of ChCourt. It will bo come voidaccording
daft or
Bradford CountyBy Brown. Mrs. Cherepy the former
visitor was Herbert Crews of following certificate baa filed to law.
sage was brought by "a mis- Hampton. aid certificate ror. tax Beulah M. MoodyD.p.ty Loise Weest. Is Mrs. September 1970.Wtllurd and APPLIANCESriii
deed to be Iwued th.r.on.The Clerk BJ. WynnD.
Brown's
granddaughter.
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---------------- certificate. number. and year 10-1t WILLARD E. WYNN
rI of I..uanc., the description Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mel- Claude:: D. Brown .

U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond knows he I of In which the property it wa and...the....d name area >E'It ASS z'> Mimeo Paper B.4 Into their new home off High- of Truba J. Wynn do.
Tom Slade. ::
can depend Both .cr.-t. .
.upon men .' No. TO. Tear'of In way 18 east of town, from their ceased .. .. Cties 'IO9T. t y.Y.ul,. .Brry. ,Co.. Inc. .. a
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Psoar. Notebook 1'DI8n.C1natr r .' "
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know what is right. Help elect Tom Slade < ; '
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former home publIaat1on100161. ,
of, Property Lot ..dit Tdagrsr on Highway 301 >! ? : '" ,. I);
I State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner I 7. *. II end 10 of Block IP
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County Liberal back home where he All Barnes of Mid Batata property. belnttn
I belongs. I the County of Bradford. HuciC--r--- ;
Mate of Florida.
Unless. .uch certificate. or rSILOIN.C
certificate shall be redeemed
I Tom Slade will protect according to law the property
you. described In such certificate or i
certificate wiLl be sold to the ROAST i
I. I fclKheat. door bidder on the at the courthouse ,. 1 1 FOOD
IN vember
I day 1910. In which month I. the of 2nd day of "BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS
November. IS 'O. i w
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.I !I1 I IY Dated 1970.this 1 16th day of September

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H1.I.I I' Community Head Start, NSC Trees Cut Down And Noise Shrubs II IIi


Around Home
Granted RJE UseStarke


If It's too noisy around your
Neighborhood Service and making reports, home, consider what you can do
News Center and Head Start programswere dents with problems forlxtrV with trees and shrubs.
granted use of RJE facilities tutoring'setting up educational Research has shown that
;I Tuesday when CUBB specifications. Departmental shrubs and trees---Uused i I II

By Elizabeth Givens Walker representatives attended Brad- planning should be on a long rectly---can play major role I
.. School Board meet- range basis, Hall WAY
I ford County "we stated and In reducing noise. Trees will I
Ing with the request. should ask for their reactions -. also effectively moderate wind I

RECREATION NEWS Bacon, eggs grits, toast, cof- great gospel group. Come one, After hearing Nelson RIos, Bradford from teachers and the' and temperature and, In so I I
fee and orange juice. Come all.GREATER. CUBB director; Elaine McBride "County Education As. doing, reduce any Influence that ,
sociation.
Practice sessions for the Falcon ALLEN CHAPEL assistant director; Annette these two factors might haveon
are In progress for boys FUNERAL SERVICES AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins Hughes, NSC Project director Teachers are scheduled fora the transmission of sound.
the and Thelma Dixon local 2 pjm. meeting October 14-- People have used trees as
ages 13-19 each Monday, Wed Funeral services of the late pastor. Thursday night
NSC director, the board authorized next Wednesday-- to hear a
nesday and Thursday In RJE Mrs. Ollie Henry will be held pastor and congregation will sound barriers to cut down noise
All Interested boys are render service for Rev. Sampson Superintendent Tom state representative on retire- pollution since ancient times.
Gym. at Greater Free Will Baptistat
Casey "to work with the ment due October 15.
agencyto changes
Invited to attend. All are askedto White at the Free Caanon Now forestry researchers are
2 Saturday by Rev.
p.m. utilize the site of the RJE School will be dismissed at
bring tennis shoes and shorts. Jasper Williams. Holiness Church. All membersare finding: some validity In this
The center hours are from BAPTIST asked to please cooperateIn school building. 1 p.m. that day. common sense practice, says
4-6:30 Monday through Friday EBENEZER this service al 11; Choir "We want a building large Extension Forester Tony Jen-
: CHURCH, Rev. Leroy Davis enough to house more activity Bids for the diesel mechanics -
Union, 3 District
and 8-11 Friday and Saturday pastor. Bible Class Thursday League will Ptl1lLThe De! held at Baldwinat ," Mrs. DIxon said, for NSC. project, in connection with! sen.Many factors contribute to The one Sure way to carry part ofSummer'

SCHOOL NEWS (tonieht). Conference All will om-be 3 p.m.DELL She explained( NSC works vo-tech classes, were opened sound control by trees. These into Winter .
held Saturday night. through referrals, the commodity Beauty
members askedto CHAPTERThe from Rubbers Equipment, Ohio; Include size, position and den-
All Interested adults are Invited cers and are regular meeting of Dell program transportation Cummings, Sears. Diesel Engineers sity of trees as well as cer-
School,
to register for classesat be present. Sunday Chapter 168 OES will be held and cooking and sewing classes. Snap-On Tools, and tain meteorological conditions -
service at 10:45
the Voc-Tech or RJcI.:: School 9:45. Morning : Thursday (tonight) at 8 p.m. In Delco-Remy. Most were par- ---like. wind moisture
for work toward a diploma or with the Senior Choir servingall the Masonic Hall on Brownlee A "full-year"Head Start pro- tial bids, and the board authorized temperature, and terrain. Plant Now!
self Improvement, or a trade day. Street. All members are askedto gram beginning In about eight Casey to accept the Dense; planting of large trees
Choir: of the church
The Senior
months Is planned for approxi-
course. service please be present. Businessof lowest and best bid. along highways will effectively
will hold its anniversary vital Importance. mately 30 children and will lower the level of noise par-
Friday night, Oct. 23. The need the facilities, Rlos said.
DELL CHAPTERDell Neil Tucker auditor, told the ticularly If the sound sourceIs
public is Invited to attend. The two projects could prob- board he had seven school lunch. lower than the receiver.
Chapter 168 OES will ably be housed in one wingof This means that trees planted WINTER per lb.
render a musical program Sun MT. MORIAH UNITED .......Afovies .... the 22-room school,although accounts be completed audited before with the two Oct-to uphill of a highway will give ISc

day, Oct. 18, 3 p.m. at Greater METHODIST church, Rev. L. kitchen facilities are needed ober 15 deadline. All nine audits maximum sound control.
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist J. Perkins pastor. for both NSC and Head Start. Each 100 feet width of trees
are to be in the hand
Church. All members are urgedto Church School. 10 a.m.Morn- Present NSC quarters over the of board members before the can reduce highway noise eightto "
service at 11.Coming church Chamber of Commerce office PY2: 70
be present. Please cooperatewith ing Andy Griffith stars In Angel next meeting. eleven percent. Varying
the activity to make this a activity, the Budget Day event In My Pocket" playing Friday already has a range and refrigerator widths of screen will reduce 12
success. with the membership divided and Saturday at the 301 Mrs. Dixon said. Traffic on SR-100 In the the noise level proportionally.By .
The public Is Invited. into five committee groups.The DriveIn.Lee Superintendent Casey said the Southside Elementary School a- planting trees you can GRASS
chairmen of each committee Meriwether co-stars with home economics room would rea was discussed, and a cen- produce a natural sound barrier -
100 lb.
NEWS group as follows: Mrs. Maude Griffith in the hilarious story of probably fit their specificationsbest ter-of-the-road sign suggested Jensen says. .
CHURCH
Magee Miss Mary Ella Cole- for kitchen facilities and
a young minister, and his family farther down the road so
Greater Bethlehem Free Will man, Mrs. Mary Griffin Mrs. and their involvement with using adjacent rooms would les- that motorists would be warnedin Plant 3.5 lbs Per 1,000 Ft.
Inez and Miss Constance utilities
Harvey sen cost.
his first feud- time to
congregation a slow to the 15 mile
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Williams, the youth departmentof Twelve department heads for ,
church In small midwestern
torn a speed.
Monday night, My Neighbors"I
Williams pastor. the church. town. BUS and Middle School were
Choir No.will rehearse.Tues- To add color to the Budget Playing with "Angel In My approved by the board, includ- Personnel recommended for
day night, Ushers Board No.2and Day, we will have Babies on Pocket" Is "Two Mules For ing, BUS: English, Alice Brown; appointment were Lester Gray ANNUALS 69t
Nn. 3 will meet.
Choir ., Meet- Parade. The entertaining partof Sister Sara" starring Clint social studies, Fred Browning; to replace James T. Rawlings; o .
Wednesday 11Q,: Prayer the budget day is the programby Eastwood and Shirley Maclalne. mathematics Gustav Karow; Donna Gruen to replace Bar-
Ing. Thursday night the Ladies the youth department. "The Landlord" starring science, Carol Seaman;library bara Reddish; Marilyn Vallenga -
Circle will meet at the home Band Watch the paper for the time Beau Bridges, Lee Grant, Diana music, art, Olivia Scott; vocational to replace Elizabeth Rohan c COMET
of Mrs. Mosely. Prayer and date of this coming attraction Sands and Pearl Bailey will and special ed., Della all at Middle School;Lewis Gar-
meeting will be held at the of the church. Start play on the 301 screen Sun. Rosenberg; and Dean of Students ner to replace Robbie Boothat Leaf Rakeeach
Choir No.
Church Friday night. 99t
1 will be selling dinners in now making plans to be pre- and Mon. Elton Wroten.At BUS, and Anne Lindsey for -
Sun- sent. The story of a rich and whim Middle School: English art at Starke Elementary and
the kitchen Saturday night.
Let us pray for the sick and sical young man, who buys a Jane Trawick; science Jeanne Lawtey; Nell Howell for speech
service will beglnwlthSunday -
day shut-ins of the community. Loper; mathematics Steve Miller therapist, and Alfred
house in a ghetto and becomes Ells com-
School at 9:30. Morning
: Please pray a special prayer Involved with Its tenants, "The ; social studies, Julia Grif- mercial vehicle driver train- FLORIDA PESTCONTROL
at
service at 11 League
a.m. for Rev. Obey DeSue who Is Landlord" was filmed In New fis; related arts and PE, ing.
4 Evening beginning at
p.m. Charles
In the hospital. Hall.
York and Its suburbs. This
12 The public Is Invitedto
noon. Each of these is to be paid
attend and have a nice meal FIRST BORN CHURCH of the film Is rated "R". Fifty-eight have now gradu- V
The Jubilee Also playing at the 301 $750 already In the budget ated from the commercial vehicle -
God. Gospel
at the church. Living am to being objectiveI'm -
for extra hours and extra
Drive-In Sun. and Mon. Is"The responsibility driver-training course
will "
of Brunswick, Ga.
Singers I ?
The men of The church will appear on October 25, at 3:30: Sidehackers" starring Ross Mr. Casey reminded and 17 daytime, 19 night, are objecting am not & Chemical Co.
serve breakfast Sunday morn- Everyone Is Hagen, Diane McBain and Mike the board. now enrolled. Kennedy Truck
in the afternoon.
Ing starting at 8 a.m. to 9:30.: Patakl. The plot centers around When Rodney Hall asked what Lines have recently given a '!TYPEWRITERS Manual eiEleetrle.
invited to attend and hear this sldehacklng, a racing sport, in the extra work included,Connie truck to use, and Clay Ryder For tale or rent.Bradford 1 639 E. CAM, ST.STARKE.. PLA.

which a platform Is attached Clark said conducting meetings a truck and trailer. County Telegraph.
WHAT IS A CONSERVATIVE? to the side of a motorcycle.
.
Dne man pilots the bike while 4
JOE R1PLEY JR. the other person rides on the
platform and hangs over the
IS side with hands and feet bracedto ay
provide balance for the ma- CENTRAL HEATING
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"Captain Nemo and the I
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bye, Mr. Chips" play at the !
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Inspired by the work of Jules "

Joe Riplcy, Jr. Verne, "Captain Nemo and the / Y Yt
Underwater City" offers mar- .N j
velous drama in Its adventure-
House of
RepresentativesDistrict filled story of a fantasia: city

17Republican anchored to the ocean floor .l
under a great dome of crystaland r t
( ) gold. i

PO. POL ADV. "Goodbye Mr. Chips" one of 4 "
the unforgettable love storiesof f v vNN
all time stars Peter O'Tooleand vu I
Petula Clark. This film Is
the story of a shy, dedicated I

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home schoolmaster at a British public -
school and the girl who ,,
gives up her glamorous life
as a London music hall actress !
STARKE
to become his bride. i

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FARM AND RANCHBy I Afews Notes raking Orders

George T. Hoggins For Candy
COUNTY AGENT By Helm. Egan

:Agricultural Extension Service Members of the Starke Civi SLADE GAS

Ii. tan Club will be selling and taking -
COMMUNITY: CHURCH
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mccot Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle, orders for Halloween

ALL CHURCH chairman of decoration of the "Trick or Treat" candy during:
FAMILY DINNER hall for the Bazaar, has selected the next two weeks.
n the colors of red, yellow PreSeasonHEATING
) All
October 18 (Sunday
Church Family Covered Dish orange and green, and the Those who wish to buy candy
ly theme"Holiday Extravaganza" or place orders may contact
supper Is to honor the Church parentsand Mrs. Marshall Gallop cochairman the following: J.E. Tomlinson,
youth Community and the decorating Charles
Francis: Allen Tarl-
The
with invited.
Iw everyone committee will decorate the ton, Ray Norman, D.E. Hill.
members of Circle IV with
hall and the various Circles Olin White. W.A.
Mrs. John Bird will host the Hogan, and SALE
will provide for Individual Jim Lawson
dinner which will be servedat
6:30.: booths colors. carrying out the var-

GENERAL MEETINGThe The tearoom will be knownas Two-Week Drug

afternoon General Meet- Greeson"Nutcrackers Circle: Handl Sweet"Work; Program SlatedAt Great Bargains To You
Ing of the Church Women was
Booth (Bird), "Pins and Need-
held at the Educational build- SJRJCDr.
les"; Tots thur Teens (Mc- I : Our CustomersWe
ing on October 5, at 1 p.m.
Clean), "Babes In Toy land;Holiday -
with Mrs. Barry Wyman pre Novelties (Mrs. Cooper), Kenneth F, Finger, dean
siding. Mrs. Lon Stripling had of the College of Pharmacy
"Winter Wonderland" Arts and
a guest fromJacksonvllle, Mrs. Crafts, (Beam), "Your; OwnThing' University of Florida, has a- appreciate your Business, and t to prove
H.W. Thornton.Mrs.L.C.Cayle greed to keynote a two-week it check these
led in the devotional, on the ) Three; White Bage Elephant Full"(Barker Patio- drug program to be presented 3 Specials! Act Early and

v appropriate topic, "After AllI (Grolick), "The Moon is Blue"; at St. Johns River Junior Save!

{1 Am Only] Human." The central Kitchen Shop (Vance), "Follow College Oct. 22 Nov. 5,
thought was that the ChrIs- The Girls" and Tupperware it has been announced by SJR
tlal is the New Creation,meanly Henschel) "The Girl from Tup JC dean of students C.L. Over- : WARM.UP SPECIAL
turf, Jr.
we have a greater responJsibility perware. Luncheon tickets are
and we must grow In available from circle leaders
trace with an understandingHeart. and members.The luncheon will Dr. Finger had been a professor -
be served from 11:30 to 1:30 of pharmacology at the :

Larry Mrs. Walter Grolick, program and the Bazaar opens at 9 a.m. University of Wisconsin since -
ORlesby, 1 I. will show Hilda in the Calf chairman, Introduced to 7 1963, before Joining the staff

I Scramble October 21th. Larry caught WMt 18 M... w- Sawyer past presi- The p.m.Missionary budget, as of the University of Florida.
Months old in the 1969 ScrambleS reported in last week's issue, Prior to 1963, he served as research -
dent of the Church Women of Investigator and lateras
was presented by Mrs. Peggy
I
1st Presbyterian Church, manager of chemical phar-
Gayle, in absence of chairman.The .
M V may not mean muchto Gainesville late this month after Gainesville who rave a fine macology In the Medical Re-
members of it
approved
many of our people unless all reports, observations, program with audience participation as they also did in an amend-, search Laboratories Charles
you sometimes operate a trac- and harvests are completed. on "Birds of the BI- Pfizer and Co.According .
ment recommended by the
tor or vehicle on public roadsat We will discuss grain production ble." Mrs. Sawyer In her home Board
that each officer and
speeds less than 25 miles programs for 1971. We can state of Illinois became inter- to Dean Overturf,
per hour. then be ready to discuss prac- ested in birds, but it was intensified appointed chairman who officers has the have vote a co-In Dr. Finger will kick off thi
In Bradford have tical for drug program with an appear
We County practices our County. on moving to Florida absence
the of the chairman.
been told by our Farm Bureau For example, it Is easy to and so she researched for This recommendation ance on the Initial event for
Fleldman that as of Sep- suggest planting soybeans.; We her own pleasure, birds as to was referred students to be held In the SJRJC
to the Constitutional
tember 1 a Florida law says know that this is not practicalin Identification, their song, their committee for inclusion.: Viking Center, Oct. 22, at 11
that this specially designed and Bradford County when we habitat, and referring to the a.m. He has also consentedto
colored emblem must be properly do not have enough combinesto Bible, found 30 bird references, EASTERN STAR return to the campus for 4
displayed on the vehicle gather the crop.OCTOBER. Including the turtledove, raven, the final event of the program WV
indicating SLOW MOVING VE quail, and the simple sparrow, The first Fall Chapter meetIng "Drug Culture and the Community -
HICLE- safety measure to 24 to the vulture, and many others. was held on October 6 ." scheduled for the Fine
cut down on accidents involv- We talked for several weeks The business meeting was at 8 p.m. in Masonic: Temple Arts Building, Nov. 5, at 7:30: 40,000 BTU MARTIN HEATER
ing slow moving equipment. about October 13th. In fact so conducted with Mrs. Wyman Chapter Room. Worthy MatronJo p.m. At both events Dr. Fin-
This may; Include a self-pro much that I forgot my wife's presiding, with the Bazaar as Reed, on opening the meet- ger will present a factual account -
pelled combine or a trailer birthday on October 12th. She the focal point of discussion. ing, paid tribute to the loyal of the effects of various Limited Time
hooked behind a tractor. told me that was all right because The purpose was that each Cir- members who attended by read- drugsfrom aspirin to LSD- FREE BLOWER ..._
Ing a short poem. Mrs. Ber- on the body chemistry of the
Your Farm Bureau representative she stopped having birthdays cle leader would Inform her
equipment dealer, or several years ago. We members when they meet on tha Kelly, Hillside Chapter 548 user. He will then open the
County:: Agent's office can give had a very good meeting Tues- Monday, Oct. 19, as follows- of Queens Village, Long Island discussion to panel membersand Porcelain Cabinet Life TimeFiberglass
with The attended, as she is visiting the aud'ence for a rigorous -
you additional Information a- day night our poultry; pro- afternoon circles: meet at
bout these emblems and where ducers discussing the poultry 1:30: p.m. Mrs. Roy Turknett Mrs. BeaSchroeder,secretary."In read. question and answer ses- Stay Cool Cabinet In-
they be available. disease situation in Florida (J 1) Memorlam" was sion.
will
; may meet at the home of
the the sulated
by secretary on pass- I
Dr. Jack llanley, Assistant Mrs.
Lon Stripling Circle 01))
; Officers
Chief with the State Ing of two past Grand the entire two-week It
CORN BLIGHTIt Poultry Mrs. Vance, will meet at her Flo- Although
of
of the Grand Chapter
Is getting to the point that Disease Diagnostic: Laboratoryin home; Mrs. Wm. Beam, Sr. Grand schedule Is open to the public, ONLY
you. see those two words and Dade City, was the speaker. Oil) will meet at the homeof rida, as Past Worthy Past citizens: of the trl-county area $68-77.'
Matron and Worthy
Now, October 24 has major a served by SJRJC are expeclal-
read Mrs.
you a little bit of the Thomas Norwood;Mrs. Grand Patron, both of whom
article to see what Is differ Interest to our young 4-11 and John Bird (TV) with Mrs. Robert the ly Invited to the November 5
passed away during vacation
ent from the day before. Well, FFA members. This will be Dodd; The morning Cir- period. Mrs.Betty SIXes, program.
according to USDA it was not the fourth Annual Calf Scram- dle (Mrs. Ruth Greeson, (V) chairman of Ways and Means
so bad nationwide. The October ble sponsored by our Starke- meets at 9:30: a.m. at the homeof financial
committee, a report -
2 report was that there wouldbe Bradford County Chamber of Mrs. Bess Grosberg gave
; Night- on the projects of the The Last
Word Comfort
probably 393 million bush- Commerce. ingales (Mrs. James Cook Cir- Matron's program, namely the arranged at the November in
els which Is only nine per Twenty boys between age 13 cle) meets at 7:45: at the homeof Robert Morris birthday supper luncheon meeting. Axel Malm-
cent less than last year and and being a Junior In high school Mrs. Chas. Donahoe and and Bazaar, the American Flag gren Mrs. Ethel Weyman and
only 12 per cent below the will scramble for 10 registered Rebeccas (Mrs. Ernest Mc- pins, Christmas jewelry which Mrs. Martha Beam, Sr. will
record high In 1967. beef-type heifer calves weigh- Clean) meets at 8 p.m. at the the Chapter has for sale, some act on committee for arrange- SEIGLER ;
The forecast was based on ing about 350 pounds each. The home of Mrs. Kenneth Cooper. by order, and a wedding reception ment for the Lions Club. :
10 who didn't catch a registered .
observations made from sam- which the Chapter ca- The nominating commltteee
ples Involving 3,000 corn fields calf will have an opportunityto game chicken scramble. Twen- tered. Members are reminded report was presented, with
located In the 24 major corn scramble for a select grade ty-five; chickens will each havea of the coming holidays,when President Marlon Driscoll; : It CENTRAL WALL FURNACE
beef heifer of about the
producing states. Florida has same tag tied to one leg indica- gifts of jellies and jams will be first Vice, Mrs. Mary WilcoX;
experienced more than a 40 size. There will be 10 girls ting an award. Fifty youngs- sent for Thanksgiving to the second Vice, Mrs. Vera Lamb-
per cent loss with some Coun- scrambling for five greased ters will be chosen for this Masonic: Home In St. Petersburg ing; Sec'y-Cor. Sec'y, Mrs.
ties having a loss of 90 cent pigs. This is a real comedyact Emily Ison and TreasurerJulIus
per exciting: race. ; and gifts at Christmas T
Estimate for Bradford Countywas that gets to be serious Hanson. Publicity of this ? !
All this put together will makea time. The next chapter meet-
about 70 to 75 per cent. business while trying to get real show for Saturday even- ing will 1 be on October 20 at slate will be for 30 days, and lli j
the pig In sack for the fin : :
The loss to Florida a vote on slate will be at the
growers ing, October 24, at the Bradford which time the Past Matronsand Iill
will be between 8 and 9 mil- ish.Added County Fair Grounds.Hope Patrons will be honored. November 12 luncheon meeting. 1I I:
lion dollars.A this year for a group you will see It. There is no FELLOWSHIP CLUB Members and friends Interested :: :
meeting will be held in 9-12 ;years of age, will be a admission charge. The monthly covered dish in attending these Fellow- I
ship get-togethers who
require -
... luncheon-business meeting was
held on October 8 in the Ma- transportation, same will
r be provided by members, If '
WAY sonic Hall with President Ferne
Hanson presiding. A short read- notified Friends of that need. 'I
to
were happy have
Ing of the "Crossing of the
Mrs. Camille Stewart I
back with
Bar" was read "In Memorian"

of the' passing of two of the and us following as she said her,eye"I can surgery see,,
: HOLLINGSWORTH : faithful members, Charles King see!"
and Mrs. Netde Smith. The
i luncheon blessing was gh'en PERSONALSWe

by Mrs. Amy Ferrell, and salute trust Mrs.MargaretHowe 1t 7i L
-- to flag led by Mrs. Mit- is recovering nicely from her

t r r 6 A MAN WITH NO t tt ful ta Kersey.thanks (must Right be here extended, grate- sel Injury in of ankle a broken which blood she ves-suf- >

to Robert Ferrell, and his committee fered a week or two ago.
who each month faithfully Mrs. Voncile Ketch has been
t POLITICALOBLIGATIONS II t tt set up the tables for lunch- under medical care followinga
eons. slight heart attack during the

The program was somewhat black-out In Tallahassee where

t Impromptu, except for Mrs. she was visiting.
Elsie Stein who previously offered Mr. and :Mrs A.P. Mailman

to sing, in German, the enjoyed a week-end recently at
23rd Psalm, which was her Lakeland, where they attended -
t tt the annual reunion of
t original some 65 years ago re- <
when she lived in Germany. tirees and active employeesof
Her rendition was appriclated.Mrs. the Fruit Growers Express <

t WHO WILL t tt : Kersey gave a short read- Co.There
ing, "I 1 know something about are only two more ,
You," which as usual she findsa Workshop Meetings for the Bazaar -
REPRESENT rather pat expression. So October 21-28, and this 65,000 BTU .-- Heats Up To
t too, does George Colgin In his reporter urged all those work-
ALL OFDistrict several songs of wit and humor Ing so faithfully at home, whom < 6 RoomsWall
of his own writing, par- she was unable to mention, that
I ticularly "The Old Oak Tree" they come by next week. Your
t I following by "Sweet :Marie," ideas are valued so why not Thermostat
Keeps even tempera-
applicable to his good wife Rosalie share them?
17
:Mrs. Ekling our sum- ture, Counter Flow Pulls unused;; heat off
t t tt II mer visiting member, gave
some solos, the first one a NORTH FLA. ceiling' and spreads it hack evenly over the

hymn. She now returns to FARM AUCTION floors where need it. Economical to in-
Jacksonville for the winter but you
,
t Make Your Voice For City County District II t tt Saturday.October 24. 11 A M. '
has been urged to visit many Suwannaa County stall and economical to operate. ONLY
times, and give the membersthe LIVE OAK FLORIDA
Affairs One Of pleasure of her voice in Sol'. tocoMin.". 10 m//., North"' afl.va Rear and Side
And State Integrity .
Ook State AAlAlU
an Rd. J4'
t II t tt song. (Nablai. ,.,,., Rd )la K. C. Chr.,. Vents at
:Mrs Ethel Weyman has com- ,Oak...> Ranch Phona, Rt. I I. Ba. 89, Li.. 239

TrginP' '.'n1,....r .' :r rut' .'1 R'i11 Arkg'1Fpc spiv: : r. ,it' t pleted meeting some place ideas where as another both the 441 DIVILOM AC" .904.843-2733.HIGHLY CATTH IMPROVID Extra CostSmall.

t ofPublic.1F !R 1 ItnCT. F-1vy A ?v.81nc. r''rir. luncheon, cards and games may 1 Mile._......livar. fraalaaa.Florida' HIM. .

Sohoo'lorr" -:-".1/" gtrtr' L'P'htur. -art"tc4"httrr: h. 4't be enjoyed at the same hall. fina.r farming' araa,

? : r': Tni(A ':'1 ry: J'" ''Harr? n!' '11rgCtnrs. "M:i'!: I available Now that, the the Lions members Club entered is- tota lat.10M,.1,oflecod..,....In tract.small,county rivar. front..- Limited Time
t '' or porti or vhala. Sawitifulntadam ,'
lub. "Irst- P'1"'F1ro"t-? : ', T.A1fp : 1ty Tlttl Te"" 't1'8.: into a constructive dis- 3-badroam,2-bath ranch

Vtct' Praala'. ?nt I'T"-7'n' ;oivi4y -::: 111moFTnr" : ., C! ." cussion of making this change, h.raal....thaw,.umbo,at.! .ut-budd. ,.,..A

t ThL.iPr'e' -1),1"1"1:11'1;; 1 I :.n1tr11pr .." 1P Ah1Pta..AU: -'agtry- t and the. The flanl hall vote will was be the unanimous future -- "f II.placa.U ,farm. Machln.ry SLADEGAS

+1nr ''tlvlneruT.\ .. '::' -.f1v' <"iii'Dt Cantignod farm
w 1rbf yp-' )tt tf' R.1'LY meeting place on the 2nd .ccaptad to ..1//. Doli.aquipmant., to Agetian -
and 2 c! i l--1rl=m- Lifelong resident of D1st"r1ct 17. Thursday of each month for i.ta Octabar 19-J3. .
f ft the covered dish luncheon- Impact Icnch
t meeting at 12:30: ; and on the A.,Thai I.f... A.ctlaa'
fAr/' '.al| |,,oft 29%
4th Thursdays of each month TiRS' < AND
Wayne Hollingsworthf, (exception of November and December 'Intarait.Writ 0a.m. .. II yaart, 7% APPLIANCES

t holidays), at 1:30: for
Games Day. The next Game .far fra.ikdlload nap. 4

REPRESENTATIVE Day ing ,will at be the October Lions Club 22 at build-1:30 GRISSOM RIAUY AUCTION 332 W. Madison Sti: Phone 964-7701
STATE j jFAIO ,
YOUR' J Silvar Spring. tla, Julian. ,.
t Orl;
with members contributing gifts ...."..... ...1" "'at. Srak. 1
DIM
( POUTICAL ADVlR71MIf6T) ( ) that serve as prizes. As for .,. 'h... 9M-J34-5J1S.
._ -1-.. November and December Game Hit Y... rVaaarrf With |U.| .
Day an alternate plan will be

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REVIVAL Services.At HamptonMrs. Held ;

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Mary Andrews Slade
6s. AT 7:30 81, of Hampton, died Wednesday :

Oct. 7, In Bradford Coun- -----
ty Hospital after a short Ill- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "
ness. She was born in Brad- Sunday School 9:45 a.m.MornIng -
Sunday, October 18 ford County on Oct. 13, 1888, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a.m. Youth
the daughter of the late Charlesand LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwestof Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Fellowship, 11 p.m. Choir Prac
Thru October 21st Klzzle Snowden Andrews.She 1404 E. Bessent Road toy. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morning Morning Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a.m.; kventngWorship tics Wednesday; 8 pjn. .
was a member of the Hampton SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser- 7:30 p.nu; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch
Baptist Church. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacra- Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. CHURCH
Qr"t'1", Frank JarvisSPEAKER Surviving are six daughters, ment 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. -Rev. Worship service J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE BAPTIST
Mrs. Elvle Rigdon and Mrs. MondayMia 7:30 p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Stark (Grit .

Jessie Mae Willis both of TuesdayPrimary 4:30 pjn. MORGAN ROAD'(CHAPE.L:; ; fls Loop)). .
PINE LISVEL; BAPTIST School 10 a.m.Morning
Hampton; Mrs. Martha Hendry, WednesdayRelief Society; Sunday
Jacksonville; Mrs. Eva Allen, 7:30: p.m.Jesse Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- H0bjPTON.CIIi11STIAN CI1UKC"Sunday Sunday9:45: Morning a.m. Sfcwiay Wor- Worship at U. Training Union
Palatka; Mrs. Allie Mae Shup- D. Branson, Branch ing Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School ]10 a.m. Morn- School 11 a.m.Training Union 7 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
pert Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. Services (Booster Band, Young ship, 6 p.m. Mid-week Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
; President. 11
ing Worship, a.m. Evening
and Prayer Service}, 6 p.m. Evening Worship. 1:30.Rev.. Don R.
BAPTIST People ,
1st Myrtlce Wallace, Miami; four Worship, -James Shaw pas- Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser-
sons, Lester, Vernon and JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening cWorship.edne7 p.m. tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday; Drawdy, Pastor. ,,
Truby Slade, all of Hampton, BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek sday, LAKE BAPTISTSunday
Family nightAIRPARK KINGSLEY
CHURCHLawtey and Avory Slade Maxville; 301 North, behind Tastes 7:30: pjn. Rev. John Strickland,, night-1 p.m. School 9:30; Training

three sisters Mrs. Martha Freez Drive In. Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
Brown, Hampton, Mrs. Cathryn School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER, FLA. -. BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship
t.., Fla. Parker and Mrs. Nettle MIt- vice, 11 a.m. and 7 P.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-. Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; 7:30 pjn.- Prayer; Meeting 7:30: '
chell, both of Mlliedgeville, Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- HOPE> :>BAPTJST.CKURCH:: day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship. 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
Ga.; 27 grandchildren and 32 (Highway 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. Training. ning Worship, 7 p.m.;Wed.Prayer Rev. Robert West
EVERYONEWELCOME great grandchildren. day.Leroy Olive pastor, E.L. Sunday School- 10 a.m'., MornIng Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug- Meeting and Bible Study, 7 Pastor
Funeral services were held Griffis, associate pastor. Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services,. p.m. Study on Bonk of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
L; at 3 P.m. Sunday in the Hampton Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Wor-; 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw G.F. "Prcvatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng -
Baptist Church with Rev. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 p.m.Wednesday y music director. Welcome. ,_ Worship, 11 a.m. Training
Melvin Hamel officiating. Interment BROOKER Night Prayer :Ser '
Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
was in the family plot Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 8 pjn. Wednesday night service
in Santa Fe Cemetery under Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. ',"
direction of DeWitt C. Jones p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N Sunday Service: Sunday School. -L.L. Parker oastor.
Funeral Home of Starke. It v. Conway pastor. 9:45 Morning Wosehlp,10:45
Lacy Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.MornIng a.m.
GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11. Training Union, a.m. Evening Service 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30 Sunday School 10 ajn. Morn-
WHOA BOY! Services Held 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. Ing Worship, 11. Training Union,

For Mrs. MoittWednesday Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 3:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

-Rev. Y.W. Kldd, pastor.CONGREGATIONAL -------------------
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Mrs. Ara E. Moitt, 87 widow ; HOLINESS I .
of Charles Moitt died Monday CHURCH : LI
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning j
in the Bradford County; Hospital *
*
after an extended Illness.She Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser-. A NEW ...tI +.. .
was born in Bradford Countyon ; vice 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship I

H Jan. 25, 1883 the daughterof 7.p.m. .
the late Alexis Michael and Ihursdw night Prayer Meet : for :'
Caroline Wynn Andreu. She wasa 7:30 pan.
member of the Starke First Ivy Luke PastorNORTHSIDE
1' II t
Christian Church. BAPTIST
Included in her seven nieces CHURCH Mil ,
and three nephews are Mrs. Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; I 4 I II

ii i Floyd Green and R.A. (Lex) Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- __ I
Green, of Starke.
Funeral services were held Union ning Worship, 7:30.: 6 p.m. Training She really U delighfedTGMfcUM h.r rh ann: I .

at First 3:30: Christian p.m. Wednesday Church In with the Thur.daYTeachers and Officers (is presenting hertn| a' new retch,.. I '::
II Meeting, 6:3: (). Prayer
J.C. Brown, Jr., minister, of- "1t
Meeting 7:30.Edward She understands and apprecrates: thin gift, ,
ficiating. Interment was In the C. Harvey pastor

family etery with plot in DeWltt New River C. Jones Cem- ,, because In earning it. tan i..'! committed i iI I'

Funeral Home in charge. ST.CHURCH MARK'S,EPISCOPAL STARKE I many verses. to memory,and thus learned ,

SERVICES HELD Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd to value Gods word. The'uhuwne lelr* thut ,
11 Morning Prayer -
Sundays, a.m.
FOR G.H. PAYNEOF 2nd and 4th Sunday, U a.m. 'Y' all would study aiKf-ietfrn' to love'Owl. Ii t

It's roundup time at Pine Level Baptist HAMPTON -John M. Flynn; Rector. i t Plan to attend fhurch I ....

Church on Highway 100 West. All Membersand -'/'): '''' I ::
George H, Payne 64, of t <::. and ..h..ln. tnw mm*icdge and joy.WILLIAMS :
all the people CHURCH .
friends* are rounding up LAURA BAPTIST ;P. .
Hampton, died Sunday morning I SA;, I
they can to be present Oct. 25th at 10:00: a.m. after a brief illness. He was Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; ';.Q ;h' : 1-"f I : : '
for our big round up day. Don't miss iU!!! born in Martllng Ala. on Feb. Morning Worship, 11 a-w-t Eve- { ""> < .t. : fi. I
((1
Worship 7:30: p;*"A Midweek .: .... .
ring Q
18, 1906. He was a member of j- ..
the Hampton Baptist Church. : Bible Study Wednesday, }!A 1J(:.. 4 "1":0 :1:1" i ti.i t ::
7:30: p.m. Wi',' / .:
Surviving are his mother, 1..0' v/
Be in church Sunday. )' "'- l t *0
Mrs. Dee Saxon, of Hampton; '. :" _I' .
three sons S. Sgt. Charles E. Rev. W. B. Merrer pastor ;'i .. c...... t..., t :..
Payne, Boron, Calif.; GeorgeH. t"N' .. ...",;...he r Msu"N ....r ,. ..wf ;i"i i it.l ::
Payne Charleston S.C. and GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE "' __ :::"' "" :
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GAINESVILLE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH ::4 .. ""' .... ,
Hayes Payne two sisters,Mrs. .
Eugene L. Blrt; Hampton and ;..." ... 1IWt..--..-....-.... ,. -- ....IIII..CW.,...... "'......... i't, I .
Mrs. Inez Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday .' If / r .5.
Jacksonville .
Kay, ; ; -/oIr If ., of 1 V1 .
and five grandchildren. School, 9:30; Morning Worship, .t :It"'; jo'A _.... .-n./... r.....,.-'c.1ft- .. .. ..
Business DirectoryAUTO Funeral services were held at 11 Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service ; ... "" ,..... .. hN N .A,.
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2 p.m. Wednesday at the grave 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams '4' ,. --,11.... ..... '.
""" lot.... ... 1// .;.
side in Hampton Cemetery with pastor. .of-.i",... l. I
v. .. "- ,
Rev. Melvin Hamel officiating. !.! ... ....,.. .,,--.'... .
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SALES I.GARDEN SUPPLIES DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home SMYRNA MISSIONARY ,4, ",. ,1JIw-,. ......" ....... --.....,. ',:', I ...
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was in charge of arrangements. BAPTIST CHURCH ', .,JI'II If .... ... '
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033; W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- "..""* ,,.'1 .... --"Wp-,.....' ".... ....
Johnson N
BRASINGTONCADILLAC & Paris Inc. ,
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vices: Sunday School 10 a.m. j' S CLASP ENVELOPES aU I
Preaching 11
a.m. Training I "'tr.- .. _
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OLDSMOBILK!: SEEDS PLANTS I
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sizes.- Bradford Tele .
County Union, 5:45 P.m. Evening Wor- ", ,,;:--: -1..4' ti;: ... '"' '= .. ,
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SALES! SERVICE Insecticides-Pet SuppileaFERTUJZERS ) graph. ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. .... .... P.--....-. I .
Fine Selection of Used CanTakeo -Elder A.G. Flynn pastor I w :
OB Cadlllae Trades
We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders
1001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-M01 t
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 1784471 SHAW FAMILY PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL ______________________ ____________ ...
""" REUNION PLANNEDThe METHODIST CHURCH -.

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA GLASS 15th annual Shaw Fam- Ing Sunday Worship School 11 a.m.10 a.m.Youth Morn-Ser- STARKE BUILDERS :
Reunion will be held Sun- BRADFORD
ily vice 6 Evening Worship
p.m.
LIDDELL day, Oct. 18, at New Hope 7 p.m. Wednesday night prayer JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES, Inc. .:.
Church near LaCrosse.All des meeting, 7:30 p.m. ABSTRACT CO. .''
Glass cendants of Bryant,Ancel, Mad- Neal Starling pastor
4 wheel drive and ears Company"Glass Rev.
Parts Service ison, Levy, Angelina, Fronle Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware :
Sales and Emmallne Shaw Invited Better Service For Your
are '
Clean Used Toyotas' | For Every Purpose" to attend. FIRST UNITED METHODIST Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies :
Main 376-1268 Store l"ront9-.M1rrors STARKE Title Problems
1700 N. |
A business meeting will be School, 9:45 Morning
Tub Enclosure-.Showers Sunday ; BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
held at 11 a.m. followed bya Worship 11; Junior and Senior Abstracts :
Furniture Tops Glass Re.
I basket dinner. All friendsare MYF groups 6 p.m. 142 W. Call St. Starke
VAR HEYL placed Invited. WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal Title Insurance "Check With Us First"

Lincoln Mercury ) NEW LOCATION 7 p.m.Prayer Meeting Phone 964.7064 219 Washington St. 964.5270 :
1228:! So. Main Gainesville MADISON STREET 7:30; Chancel Choir Rehearsal 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881

2201 N. Main Gainesville 3724191; 1102 BAPTIST CHURCHOpport.mlties 7:45. STARKE "66"

378-4251 I IMerenrr Sunday: School of, 9:45 service; Morn-: -DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. SERVICE .BRADFORD COUNTY :

Rome MEN'S WEAR ing Worship, 11; Training Un- TELEGRAPH ':
a I ion, 6:15; WMU Prayer CIr- CHURCH OF GOD Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231
cle: 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7 OF PROPHECY, BROOKER ) '
STAG 'N DRAG Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- OFFICE SUPPLIES
-CouMr-Continental : Tire Tru-ing
Mark HI-EnnWh Ford" j 7:30.Monday Youth Choir Prac- Ing Worship, 11 a.m.Young Peo- .rtJJ' P TYPEWRITERS
S Griffin Bulls! tice, 7 p.m. ple's Service 6 p.m. Evange Headlight Adjusting J :
Cleanest Used Cars Available listic Service, 7 Wednes 4'
< Arrow Shirts Florskelsa (This TuesdayMission Friends, p.m. c ADDING MACHINES: .
>
'I i B BMiM B HHIIII HMalHHIIBMMI Formal Rentals Girls In Action, Acteens 3:30: day Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. Brake Service .-'--. .., :
I i. Beauty Academy Ladles Sportsweart p.m. RA's 6:30.: Come and worship with us. -
-Rev. Bobby Harris Wheel Balance and .. .
i pastor.
STORES-13 W. UNTVXRSrrT WednesdayFamily Night pmrrocoriziu: from pa :
1 i I I II' and GAINESVILLE MALL Supper, 6:30: Prayer Meeting, Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 to tUS. Take IM 'rud ory out .
POWELL'S
MOBILE HOMES 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of s..er wort.LKOAL .- >

Beauty Academy Ii | 8:30.: -Denton STARKE PROMPT ROAD SERVICE rOBMS.rAYROU. :
Sumrall Pastor.
Schedule of the First Baptist
i I' Learn a Profession In Your MUSIC Church for the week beginning All Minor Repairs 24-IIR. WRECKER SERVICE KNVftLOff

I Spare Time. Full or Part TimeI' I I MNGSLEY BAPTIST Sunday Oct. 18, la as follows: 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
219 N.W. 10th 378-2768 HOMECOMING SUNDAY Sunday, Oct. 189:45: a.m.
Sunday School; 11 a.m. Morn- UO S. Temple Starke
MOTORSELECTRIC I I BALDWIN Members of the KIngsley Lake ing Worship Sermon: "HowA BRADFORD COUNTY
ELECTRIC Baptist Church will celebrate Lost Person Can Be Saved; FLORIDA :
011t -i11N4a NS their annual homecoming Sunday Acteens meet Immediately after TELEGRAPHOFFICE
I I Oct. 18. church; 6:15: p.m. Training :
+MUSIC. Rev. Huey Long, a former Union, 7:30: p.m. Evening SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery EST
' Motor Repair Co. | pastor and presently chaplainat Worship, Sermon: Lessons of
Lowell State Prison, will Al. TYPEWRITER O"T.OL
I bring the message. Monday, Oct. 19- 7 p.m.Youth and Market
Of Gainesville, Inc. I II j O'vllle Shopping Ctr. m-5333 ADDING MACHINES
Dinner will be served on the Choir Practice.
I II
I I Repairing Rewinding !I II grounds at 1 p.m. There will Tuesday, Oct. 20- 9 a.m. to Groceries Meats Feed A OHM" COL
New and Used be New River Hymn singing in noon,, WMU Christmas Project
N. W. Mth Ph. 571-M18 MOVERS PHOTOCOPIERS: : from tss.ss GAS AND OIL
I I SS1I I the afternoon. Work Day at the church; 3:30: .
services will be Junior Mission to MM. Take Me dryd! .ry out .
Evening p.m. Choir
o-
i X paper work. Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
.1 and Industrial milted this week. Friends, Girls in Action; 4:15:
Farm S Lang Distance MeviegStorage
Equipment p.m Acteens. Girls in Action LEGAL'IORMSiAVOLS. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE '
i PaeklacCrating Primary Choir.Wednesday .

ShippUjr LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL Oct. 216 p.nu kNVELOPI* PHONE 964.5312 Inspections and Estimates
I Santa FIB Tractor, Free Estimates Call HOLINESS CHURCH Family Night Supper, 6:30 p.m.
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;Mor- Prayer Meeting, Royal Ambas
FORD HILL'S dng Worship 11 a.m.; Youth sador Meeting;7:15Rm.Teach- CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Inc.
Tractors Implements I Service) 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- er and Officers Meeting, 8:15: ,

i farm COED EQUIPMENT Van Service, Inc. ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. p.m. Church Choir Practice. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better
}5! PART SERVICE I Prayer Meeting 7:30: Thursday Oct. 22- 7 pjn.
\ r BALES 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'rlD P.m.Rev. Church-Wide Visitation. Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473.4911NIGIITLY
376-2548
4488 INESVILLE.N. W. 6th FLA. !I, 372-4271 W.B. Chauncey,pastor. -Rev. W.A. Hogan,, pastor


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Two Named Executives By J p...tJ:' P4'1:::,

r- MELi1OSE
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Pine Air Farms .


W. Alton Belote, presidentof

-- I- J'"UW LL rw - Pine Air Farms, Inc., Keystone ,. '
Heights, announced yesterday -
I Keystone that the Board of Directors -

Feast On IJ Ii ndian Stew have added two experi-
Hilitesl Tigers ; enced members to Its executive

By GLORIA personnel.
1 please Call 473-3288 I G. Hanley McCurdy has been

Trenton Rolls ByBY Keystone, 3814versions appointed to the position of

general manager of the pro-
WOMAN'S CLUB cessing plant. He will be in
Christian Missionary Alliance MIKE CHITTYA were run in by Jones
There will charge of processing and
be egg
a "HamSalad"
Churches at the Baptist Con- making It 30-0 at half-time.
director of
luncheon sales. Formerlywith
and card par- ference Grounds, Lake Louise, fired up pack of Trenton Trenton tallied a final T.D. on
ty on) Friday, Oct. 23, sponsored Gold Kist Eggs as processing 4 byry. yr1.
Toccoa Ca. y. 7A
: Tigers had Indian Stew last a 42 yard pass play from Larry Mc } t
by the Woman's Club of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sheets Friday night, as they defeated Grant to Glenn Barron, with Curdy has plant been associated manager, with I 1K'l
Keystone Heights at 12 have moved here from New Keystone 38-14. The Indians Kenrick Thomas running in for in this
o'clock noon at the clubhouse. Brighton Pa. Their 2 the poultry industry
daughterand suffered through 7 fumbles and more extra points.
He has had wide
Chairman years. experience -
Mrs. W.C. Keeth
her husband and children 4 pass interceptions, in a gamein Ron Strickland tallied the Indian's -
in of g
be phases A
will assisted by hostesses spent several with them many L ''r
days which they just couldn't put first score In the third
the In this
poultry Industry
Mrs. Ralph Barker, Mrs. recently-: Mr. and Mrs. Jack things together.The period when he Intercepted onTrenton's
George Crago, Mrs. Dris- country as well as In foreign
H.C. Rogers, Sherry and Ginny. Tigers, who seemed unable 12, and ran In. Ricky lands. lie and his wife Kathy
coll and Mrs. H.W.
Batchel- Mr. and Mrs. E.F. AIken to do wrong, racked up Parades ran In for 2 extra will from Jacksonvilleto .I. '
Please move
der. make reservationsfor recently visited her niece and points. Mike Grace hauled in a
183 and 103
yards rushing yardspassing aGfl
the luncheon. Mrs. Sara Keystone Heights vl, Ll il il 1t
family in Merritt Island. Vis- 70 play from Bobby Humer
McDonald ; compared to 72 rush- pass Robert Menzen has been
will accept reservations iting with the Aikens for the ing and 94 passing for Key- In the fourth period. But 2
for Canasta named manager of the pullet
473-4709 and Scrabble- weekend were their daughterand stone. The Tigers sank their touchdowns just won't beat 5, Division a department which Leslie Gustin Lois Navarre, and Jack Oilman in a scene from the
Mrs. Amy Mc-
Elrath for bridge. Admission son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. claws In the Indians on the first so the Indians suffered defeatat has already exceeded one million hit comedy "Everybody Loves Opal-
Benjle Massey of Palatka. the claws of the Tigers.
play of the game, recoveringa
and will
pullets
$1.25 plus tax. per year
Mr. and Mrs. Wally Muhl- fumble Johnny Head Coach Roy Bayless said,
on Keystone's 39. -
President Mrs. Earl Voyles, Club hoffer have returned from a Parrish tallied the T.D. "Our boys are young, and did be under expanded Menzen's considerably; management.more Orange Park Players Present Comedy
Mrs. Winton Keeth,
visit to Chicago where they on a 13 yard run and Sandy their best, but we were just lie has been production
Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. Kenneth visited friends and relatives. beat. We have out work cut managerfor
Barron ran In for the 2-polnt "Everybody Loves Opal"The
Empire Egg Farm, Inc.,
Liggett, and Mrs. A.P. Hall- Col. and Mrs. James Ches- conversion. out for us this week, we play
man attended the Fall Board Llthla Springs, Ga., for the
slngton have returned from a Trenton scored 22 points in Taylor who has a couple of
meeting of FFWC In Clearwater visit to Charleston. S.C. the second quarter, with touch- 250 pounders on the team. We past return two to years the area, and where will now he Orange Park Community An added attraction will be title role Is Lois Navarre, who
on September 21, 22, Mrs. Marjorie Gardner is Theatre will open its second an outstanding art exhibit, dis-
downs by Jones on a 13 yard are making a few changes this served man in the won the "outstanding nerformer" .'
and 23. home from, Alachua General pass from Grant; Lanthan on a week and hope to be ready for poultry business y years before goingto season tonight (Thursday) with playing the works of Robert award for her chapc- :
District V Federation Day Hospital where she underwent 30 yard pass play; and Bass on em. Taylor suffered a 30-0 Georgia. He educatedat the hit comedy, "Everybody Toombs, one of the South's ter portrayal of the group'sproduction .'
meeting of FFWC will be held was "
major surgery. She is recup- a 35 yard run with an inter- shellacing at the hands of Bun- the University of Florida. Loves Opal, In the J. Louis of last season. In"Opal"
Thursday, Oct. 15, at Crystal erating nicely and can have cepted pass. Two 2-polnt conINDIAN nell last week, and will be tryIng The Menzens and their child- Reynolds Playhouse on Highway outstanding painters, duringthe
River. visitors. 16 in Green Cove Springs.A three-night run of the play
to bounce back as the In- she the
Mrs. Camille Stewart home dians... ren have already moved to Keystone reception will be held at (Thursday, Friday, and Satur- hearts of the audience captures throughher
GOLF COURSE from the hospital following eye -I Heights.Mr. 7:30 p.m. opening night, pre- day). The theatre Is located one portrayal of the good na-
Winner of the Grandma surgery. Belote said that these ceding the 8:30: curtain. A selection mile east of Shands Bridge on tured junk collector.
ther's Tournament held last Mrs. Ken Cantrell is In River BEACH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH division managers completedthe of fine wines, champagnes SR 16.The.
week was Mrs.A.B.Watson with side Hospital In Jacksonvillefor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS staff for the expanded operations and cheeses will be comedy cast will include

low net of 75. Mrs. Raymond tests. Sunday Services: Sunday recently announced served to the first-nighters, three veteran performers and Tickets will be available at
Starnes won her flight witha Sympathy is extended to Mrs. (Lake Santa Fe) School 9:30: a.m.; Worship. Ser- who will Include an array of three newcomers on the Rey- the theatre boxofflce on all
low net of 72. Nine hole Fern Garber on the death of By: Michael H. Chitty' vice 11 a.m.; Youth Choir 5 Garden ClubMembers special guests. nolds' stage. Starring in the three nights.
winner was Mrs. Helen Wal- her nephew who was killed in Phone 475-1612 p.m.; Church Training 6:30:

lace. an automobile accident in Italy. p.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Attend
Dr. A.C. Holt remains in J.W. Kelley, Jr., of the DIvision Those completing the course
JUNIOR GARDEN CLUB Bradford County Hospital and Greetings, friends and neigh- P.m.Wednesday Evening: Prayer District MeetThe of Forestry, Gainesville, include: Buster Roberson, Car-
The Junior Gardeners met is getting along satisfactorily. bors, from Cold Corner on Meeting 7 p.m. Adult Choir MELROSEBy ; District, was In charge of the los Morris, Donald Williams,
beautiful Santa Fe Lake. I think David Acree Rudolph Dampier,
,
and elected officers for the Roy L. Bridges is in Ala- Rehearsal 8 p.m. classes. Several other Rangers
coming year. President, Na- chua General Hospital-We hope just about everyone I !know, annual fall meeting of assisted in instructing the and Bunyon Kelley, Jr Some of
than Bruce Vice President either has a cold, is getting a First Joyce Rower Several other Rangers the other Volunteer firemen
; they both come home very soon. Baptist held its monthly District 4 Garden Clubs, held classes.
Joan Carlson; Secretary, Vicki Several Keystoners journeyedto cold, or just getting over one, business meeting on Wed- at Mayport Naval Station on assisted in instructing) the\ attended some of the classes,
Byrd Treasurer, Jeanette Ad which Is my case. I've about The Church in but not the seven hours re-
the techniques.
; Tallahassee for the UF-FSU nesday evening. October 8, was attended by men firefighting
ams. Their program was on football game last Saturday. decided that the next cool morning Nominating ". Committee presented following members of the Gar- SIX FIREMEN They also studied map read- quired.The .
pruning plants and working on Those spotted by your reporter we have, we should all go the following candidates den Club of the Lakes: Mrs. COMPLETE COURSESix Ing, law enforcement, hand Melrose PTA will holda
the outside. The next meetingwill were: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy for a nice long swim. Eitherwe'll for the church's approval to fill R.P. Barker, president; Mrs. members of the Melrose tools, and weather effects on Bake Sale at post offices and
Florahome
freeze cold and breakIt in Melrose, ,
be held sometime this Eland, Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wat- our certain offices, and each was J.M. Wrinkle, 1st vice presi- Volunteer Fire Department recently fires.
month and will be announced loose, or we'll get pneu- At the final meeting those Johnson on Saturday, Oct. 17.
son, Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Mar- unanimously elected: Mrs.R.L. dent Mrs. Albert Bachmann, completed an eight-hour \ contri-
monia which is curable. How who wishes to
Anyone
later. tin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Turk- bout that, cold lovers? Ennle, WMU Director; Bill parliamentarian; Mrs.K. Gree- training course in Rural Fire who had attended all classes bute baked goods, contact Mrs.
nett, Mr. and Mrs. Farris Eliza Can- Defense. Classes held received a shoulder patch, a
Ray Wolfe, Treasurer; son, anti-litter chairman; and were Melrose Mrs.
Granny Copeland, Kathy Gamble In ,
Ray
Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Red- I non, Church Clerk. Mrs. G. Richardson, Junior Monday nights for four weeksat Certificate of Training, and a
Chitty Otis Melton and attended
HERE N' THERE team and soon-to-be Keystoners ; Plans were discussed for the Gardener chairman.The Rudolph's Barber Shop. Fire Fighters Guide. Continued( en Next Page)
a great Revival last
again, Mr. and Mrs. Mike dedication service of theme of
Rev. Milton Scripture attended week with Bro. Gene Bryan of our new the meeting,
the District Conference of Hanks. Trinity Rescue Mission in Jacksonville sanctuary which will be the "Let It Begin With You" was
event in our church's District 4 director
biggest presented by -
the Evangelist at
Hampton Baptist Church. We history.Bud Anthony was nom- Mrs. Sam G. Vercoe. An

:Jht: p & were all really blessed by this inated and elected as Directorof Informative program was pre-
\ A ft&T man of God's messages, and Dedication Services. sented including such topics as EVENING
advise you all to hear him For some time, we have been air and water pollution, con-
4lIiway 4- when you have a chance. hoping to be able to improvethe servation, anti-litter, and civic
church's behind the
Last Monday, we were visited lots development. Many ecological
buildings for a recreation a- problems were discussed and FOR
by Jerry Chitty; and son,
Donnie rea for the young people of our it was noted that "if we con-
along with Kay and
Kenneth Padgett and daughters, area. Plans are to pave an tinue as we do today, there will., O
area to be used for a tennis be no life on Earth 100 years V
: 21 North Keystone, Ills. Tammy and Tracy. My parents, badminton "
basketball from
court, now
James and Cricket,visited A.B.
and Katie Howard Thursday and similar sports. Donationsof Awards were made, and the
Barbecue -- Steaks -. Fresh Seafpod night InStarke.Buddy and Merle good or repairable sports Garden Club of the Lakes received -
equipment will be accepted for a certificate of appre-
Ellis of Gainesville, and my
Buffet Lunch Daily grandpa Hubert Chitty; of Starke this project, Including gym sets cation from state headquarters.

came out for a visit Monday and swings. After reports from district
Dining Room Open 7 a.m.12
-- p.m. night. The EllIses also visitedus Four new members were add- chairmen, approximately 270
ed to church roll for the
our delegates were served luncheon
For Take-Out Orders Call Ole Al 473-9620 Friday night. Sunday, my
month of September. They are with the Rlbault Garden Club
brother, Wayne, was home from
Jacksonville and Buddy and as follows: By letter; Mike of Jacksonville Beach as host.
Merle Ellis of Gainesville were Voyles, Mrs. Cyril Pickren and Elections were held,and Mrs.
down. Faith Pickren; and by Baptism; Milburn W. Paulk was chosenas

MEET JOE RIPLEY JR. There Isn't much fishing news Mark Wilson. We are happy they the new District 4 dlrecotr and
this week. The perch are on the have made their new Church to be Installed In May, 1971. Honoring SupportingAll

As .A Lawyer And A Judge brush piles, but you have to home with us. Members made a donationof
The Youth Choir under the nlckles for Florida Fed-
Laws Are His Business. What wait for them. Roy Griffin has a
capable leadership of Mrs. Jo eration of Garden Clubs pro- Democratic Party
been catching some every day.
More Qualifications Does A
Reed is ject to build
Maybe they will start biting meeting each Sunday help a new gree-
Law Maker Need? better soon.PERSONALS. afternoon at 5 P.m. to rehearsethe house at Raiford State prison.
musical program, "Good The Garden Club of the Lakes
VOTE Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Ellis of News." This Is one of seve- will hold Its October 22 meet- Candidates
ral Christian at the .
t Tampa, and Quinn and Johnnyof musicals which Ing Keystone Heights
THE MAN Savannah, Ga., visiting_ Mr. young people In churches a- City Hall at 1 p.m. Membersare
cross the nation are present- urged to bring a friendto

(Continued on Next Page) Ing as their witness for Christ. this meeting.
Joe liiplcy Jr. The programs are sung in young KEYNOTE SPEAKER
people's language and In their
witness for Christ. The pro-
House of RepresentativesDistrict KEYSTONE vavorite sould of music, and
17Republican have received a tremendous CANDIDATEFOR
AlcII1.: response by their audiences.The c"May
( ) presentation of one of these
PD POL AOV HEIGHTSDIRECTORY programs requires many weeks LIEUT. GOVERNOR

of hard work In order to achieve -
the good results they
merit. We hope that all of the HON. TOM ADAMS
young people will take advan-
tage of this opportunity to pre- SECRETARY OF STATE
sent their witness In a way
BEAUTY SHOP that is pleasing and naturalto
VOTE them and an effective and I please lime a not

KEYSTONEBEAUTY lovely way of presenting Jesus -my wife It going to uccune Thurs. Oct. 22 7:30-8:30 P. M.
Christ. me of being deliberately' ,
C. S. "Pete" Herzer SHOP tardy"

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County Comm. EDITH JOHNSON Owner i Doctor's Inlet
f fTHAT4
r."onal and Creative Hall'StyIbt. .,

District 2REPUBLICAN Every Form of Beaoto ; I Is How To I{ .-

Monday.Culture -Tue.-Sat. ..5; elneed Yr I. CIVIC CLUBREFRESHMENTS

,. ( ) ff: WAj Get There! f. -
:
tf n NURSERY ....
I WILL WORK FOR : :
.
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Better environmental control by establishing a O.C. Carnes Nursery j Going; in t the :f:
of
volunteer committee consisting one person right direction

from each precinct to assist the State Air and Thousands of plants % on the #

Water Pollution control hoard In improving the Fruit Trees-ShAde Tree <3 g right road Is f, Sponsored By .
ecology of Clay County. This Is at no cost to Evergreens 0 < ; < /**** <*' basic to getting .

taxpayer.A Camellias & Azaleas ( where jt

MOST ALL IN CANS ? you want togo Clay County Democratic

fair and substantial method of placing priorityon PLANT ANY TIME !

County road maintenance and construction.A Beautiful Roses i
Landscaping If your destination is financial security, the i Executive CommitteeTo

be posted in the Court House delineating ;.: surest way to get there fastest is via a savings ac
chart to Phone 659.2165 count In this Is .
duties of cur County of. bank. Every deposit another milestone #:
the specific
In the RIGHT direction. Further speeding f
23 Ml. S. S. of Starke
on.
ficials. Is the liberal Interest
your progress now paid on
Hwy. 100 at Florahome savings here. Start moving NOW!
County Commissioner meetings to be held in

the evenings so that the citizens of Clay County S. E. MeKA Y. REALTOR I Reach Doctors Inlet Civic

may attend without losing a day's pay. These KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS 473-4411 % ;- 4E from SR 21
Club
turn
meetings to be held in a specific location in Appral.! Service KEYSTONE STATE BANK I ,

the court house at a predesignated time. TIM Bat la Ltkrtroat (Blanding Blvd.) on SR 224,

Home, Aercftre, RonWsMSOCIATES Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. DEMOCRATIC

(Pol. adv. paid for by Pete Herzer) I "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly then left on 224.To Civic

MM. Melba Ilgen 473-4740 Club.
Col. J. Ches"infton 473-4679 I Community I NOVEMBER 3

L. J.
Robinson 473-4041
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and Mrs. George Ellis. last ClASSIFIED ADS GET RESUlTS

week. James Lee In Johnson, and served, and friendships renewed -
Melinda Youngblood of New for the winter season.

Orleans La., and friend spent Mrs. Eugene Brantley In Flo- Over 50 signed the guest reg

the weekend with the Jack Mil rahome. ister.

lers. Lou Miller had a call The Melrose Action Committee
from her sister Nell Thorne. met Tuesday night at the WILLIAMS-CHIAPPINI -

fallen and broken day care center. A Flea Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chlap-
had
and she
...
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her foot Her mother, Mrs. ket was planned for Saturday, DInt announce the marrlacre of "" .r.'V1
has 7 from 9 to 2 p.m. their daughter Juanita to Son- CLASSIFIED AD RATES FATES FABRICS' : mur'' sail
Ruby Dyal of Gainesville, Nov. a.m. JIMMY MOORE'SSUN 1970 Appliances 20 ACRES
out all stock: 1 1",'Ct.:: 17. Pricesat Closeout: All
Those who would like to con- Williams of Mr. and
gone to be with her. ny son Mbilmnmi Chaff ... .1.75 10% Heilbronn SpringsOld Willie
SPORTS rook : be sold at
Mrs. Lillian Norwood was tribute articles can contact Mrs. Bob Parish of Interlachen : attorn Bin'-Amerl-: to
Green
hostess for a Tupperware party Mrs. Clifton England or Mrs. on Saturday, Oct. 10. The Covers fS words) card acl' Maxtor Gliargs.': above cost to make room Work Place House Needs

Tuesday! morning, for the mel- Albert] Schoeneman.The marriage took place In the homeof Each word over IS-7oSOe MOORE BOAT FOR Highway. 301 -Hi: miles noith for 1971 models. Air Con Broker$8,500 Call Bill Powell \

rose Homemakers Club.Around Melrose Action Com- Mr. and Mrs. Parish. Miss Extra Charge If not YOUR :MONEY of Wale!a ;.';hg io-iS-70 ditioners, Ranges Refrigerators -
attended. mittee will sponsor the UNICEF Janese Butts was maid of hon-
20 people hers 10 ACRES
REMINDER: The Melrose party; at the Parish House Fri- or. Roger Williams served his paid In advance Starke Ph. 964.5791 FOR SALE -Bird deg: puppies. Dishwas and'I.e South 301 -Nice Frame Home
Oct. 30 at the Parish brother Good Stock. Don Baeuell, SG1- Washers & Dryers,
Homemakers Club Is having a day, as best man. Sonny CLASSIFIED Many Outbuildings
Dlspr.AY$1.GO Chain
Turkey Supper with all the trim- House. The party will beginat Is employed by Petroleum Products Complete Outboard & 6200. tf 'g : Makers.! Wells Appliances Link Fence $17,000 -Call
Bill
-
mings Friday night (Oct. 16,), 7 p.m. Mrs. Robert Fish of Palatka] and Juanita Per Inch Stern Drive Service and 40 X 52" WOOD Dining: Tables Hwy. 301 S. Phone Powell Broker

[ Adults: $1.50, children: 75C is In charge of arrangements. attends Interlachen High School. Memorials Resolutions. Repair. Complete Fiber. (seconds: ). Were $ 9.95. now 9616061._
Don't forget the Halloween They are residing In Interlachen. Proclamations etc -7c word $19.05 & $29.95 at Dahmer's "Young Life"
Custom
glass Repair.
Carnival which Is being held : to $24.95 ALL WOOD
17.95
Lost a dog;? Mrs. Andy Bos- Discount., ltihar $ COSMETICS FOR THE
f
well found It. She says that one. in Florahome Saturday, Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Bass CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing Dining. Chairs (seconds) for TEENAGER BY LUZIER

at their place re- ]It is sponsored by the Fire visited relatives in Boat FOR SALE Feeders and $6.95 &" $8.95 at Dahmer'si Dls-
I has taken up and family SO words or less ......S.OO If you are age 17 to 25 cently. It's evidently a housedog Department of Florahome and Live Oak last weekend. Each packers $25 each Edwards count. l\bf\ : : want
word over 50-70 UnBKBnDBB a good part time job
I and looks well cared for. will begin at 4 p.m. Mrs. Austin M. Little of Jack- Road nt. 2.BOX 227-A Starlce. Radio- these cosmetics
He seems to be part Beagle The total enrollment of students sonville spent a few days Closeout: All 1970 Appli- Phillip!!, Alexander 3tp 10158TRACK RCA COMBINATION are created
for '
girls 17 to 25. No
& TV A-i shape experience ; -
at Melrose Elementaryat Stereo\ Player ,
Manchester, black and Mr. and Mrs. VV.J. Gro-
and part with to be sold at 10%
FOR ances
I the end of the third week SALE Large frame for $199.95Dahmer's Discount rustled. No investment.
brownand wearing a flea-col new daces closeoutsat
354. Uck.Mrs. Mrs. house on corner lot in Hamp above cost to make room Itchg No risk Excellent comm. Call
was
lar. If you own this dog or know Albert Bachmann, $3.98 and $4.98 at Daluner'aDiscount.
I contact Mrs. A complete list of teachershas Miss Iva Hillyer, ton. Both streets paved. FkmTie for 1971 models. Air Conditioners for appt. 9645616.
his owner, please John Strewn ItchyFOR
Boswell. been released by Melrose and Mrs. Paley Boyd recently Brown. 2tp 10.15 Ranges Refrig- FOR SALE-One used 25 LUZIER COSMETICS &" WIGS

Bugs and Nancy Malphurs and Elementary school. They Include attended a State Board Meet- REDUCE safe And fast with erators, Dishwas hers, SALE: Like row 5650 cu. ft. side by side refrig-- (ClairoU's sister company)

daughter of Jacksonville,visited : Mrs. Sharon Hayes and Ing of the Florida Federation BoBese Tablets and E-Vap Washers & Dryers and x 13 Tires. Rebuilt generator, erator freezer. Like new. Louise Steers Authorized Distributor

his parents, Raymond and Mrs. Diane Tison, kindergarten of Women's Clubs In Clear- "water pllla." Andrews Ice Makers. Wells Appli- parts from "62" Falcon. 'was- $125.00. 14 cur ft. refrigerator P. O. Box 158, Stark.
Saturday at ; Miss Jean Avery and Mrs. This week they Will attend Fla.. 2tchg 10-15
Gladys Malphurs, Margaret Benson, 1st grade; water. Pharmacy 6tp 11-5 ances. Ilwy. 301 S. Phone on. 1964-6536. 326 N. Cherry St. freezer, like new,
their lake home.
Mrs. Teresa Moseley and Mrs. the District 5 meeting 9 "-6061. Itp $100.00. 21 cu. ft refrigerator BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC Guitar
Pete and Joyce Barton campedon OAS STATION end
3rd in Crystal River. grocery side. land. amplifier) far sale.!
Ruttianne Parr, 2nd and freezer, side by
the Oklawaha River over the
,
Several people from Melrose store tor sale in Hampton SEMI DRIVERS NEEDED
combination Mrs. Mary Hub- FOR RENT: 2 BR Trailer, : 15 ft. Three pick-up. $75. Phone 533-
weekend. ; attended the Halloween Carnival plenty of land Itehind i't' foradGitlons. nlce.Phone Experience' helpful, 'but not NEW $360. cu. refrigerator -
GrlffU Rsal 2512.
bard, Raymond Moseley, and Loop. Itp
and Mrs.
Mrs. Charlie Evans freezer. with ice
in Florahome Saturday. For teJormatton.
necessary' for local and over-
Lip
Mrs. Charlean Whitford, 3rd 964-8243 or 9645690.
Brenda Murray and children and 4th combination.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Call: Strout Realty inc. 2117 tone-road/ ; hauling.' You can maker NEW, $299.99. 3 Closeout: All 1970 Appliances

visited Mrs. Beulah Smith last and Jacqueline Amend and Hughes, Jr. are parents of a N. Temple Starke, :Fta. Phone. FOR SALE: Ch.'haahua.'! puppies earn $10,000 to$15.000 per year used Electric Ranges, 2 to be sold at 10%

week.Mrs. Ruby Wolfe one day Roy Green, 5th grade; Mrs. baby boy born September 20 864-6609. 2tp 10-15 AX.C. $35.00. Gtisscn'sGrocery If you are 'willing. to learD.Fell' Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N. above cost to make room
in the Medical Center. He has H'l, hway' 21. Itp application! call ((901)) 388-
Nancy Felton and Rick Fey, St. Phone 961- :
Len Swearlngen of Jackson- been named John Chrlstx>fer. NEED MONEY Thompson for 1971 models. Air Con
4607 or writs Advance! D. T.
ville spent the weekend with 6 grade; Miss Linda Marchin- Maternal grandparents are Mr. Start howl! Opportunity to TYPEWRITERS: Manual or 6729_tfch ditioners, Ranges Refrig-'
ton child class Dept. 1716 No'lh (MisDaff Ave.,
exceptional
his parents, Vera and Fred ; $40 to $50 Electric. vale rent. -
For
and Mrs. Bert Chlapplnl; paternal earn weekly com or era tors, Dishwas hers,
Swearingen. Vera and her brother Mrs. Grace Barbot, music; Jackonvllle! ( Fla. 32203. FOR SALE-New and used appliances -
Mr. mission. Hours optional. We Bradford Count Telegraph.
Maxie Mathls of Gaines- Mrs. Ayleen Smith, Librarian grandparents are 2tchT 10-22 We stock Norge, Washers & Dryers, and
and Mrs. John Itratn. Call CamaJon <
Henry Hughes Managerat
ville spent Saturday with their and Bill Black, Physical Edu- Sr. of Orange Heights. once for appointment FOR RENT Furnished::!: one 65 IMPALA: Clvevrolet." A.T.. Whirlpool. Kitchen Aid Corning Ice Makers. Wells Appli

mother, Mrs. Nora Mathis, In cation.There are also three Internes The Home DemonstrationClub Write Audrey O'Neal, P. O. 3 bedroom house.-2 bedroom P.B, P.S. R&H and now!: tires Cook Rangers Enterprise) ances. Hwy. 301 S. Phone
house No small children or and Scotchman Ice Makers 963-6061.
working with teachers at Mel- will have a Turkey DIn- Box 1014, Gainesville, Fla. ) one owner, $795. 964-7733. ItpCARTER
ner on Friday, Oct. 16. 32601 or call 3763513. Itchy pets.) Phone 964-5884 or 570 Whirlpool Air Cndltlonoers. We
Jasper.GLASS::::::: ::: :: : :: <<<.:.Xf1o. : rose. They are Roxey Baker The Melrose PTA will spon- W. Call St._l"iehg ''i'mI.m'MAny' : service what\ we sell. Wells BRAND NEW $89.95 Craig 4-
with Ruthanne Janette
: Parr; sor a bake sale at the post HOUSE PAINTING InterIor Appliances U.S. 301 South 2 tape Stereos for your' oar

:I #{ and Hood Sarah with Korenblit Raymond Korenbllt Moseley, office in Melrose,Johnson, Flo Exterior.' Sand .finishing WILL DO baby sitting In my miles. Phone 9646051. Uchfif $29.95 at; Dahmer's Discount..
rahome and Putnam Hall floors. contract. home. Jackie Rowe 403 N. St. ltchgGLOVER
| on Hourly or
J: FOR EVERY PURPOSE with Rick Fey.
Clair St. Itp
Mrs. Nora Cumbus would like Saturday, Oct. 17. The sale First class 'workmanship Contact

1: i::: Mirrors r to apologize to those In Mel- will begin at 8 a.m. Lonnie Roberts Ralford), FOR BALE: One OE! white
Fla. Mon. Ttvur. Fri. 7 Custom Built
a.m.
rose who were Inconvenienced electric ''.W'e.' $30 cash.
.' : FOR EVERY PURPOSI because the JUry Store opened WOMAN'S CLUB !ito 5 p.m. 4311126. Nights and Phone 9647061. Itp

? late Wednesday morning. It opened The Melrose Woman's Club !weekends. 4311768._lip .. Wrought Iron Rails for ELECTRIC

SHEA'SGLASS about nine Instead of met for the first time this FOR SALE "62" pick-up PAINTS Porches and Patios.

seven because of a very human season Wednesday for a busi- Southern Marine truck, also hay (Cby' bale or Mobile Home Steps Complete Repair
error-she overslept. ton.) Phone 9647085. Itp
if CO. ness meeting.
: Mrs. Phelps Carson held a Mrs. John Strawn gave a report Moved To Gainesville NEW ITEMS Mail Box StandsBrown' ServiceWIRINGHEATING
FOR SALEA
: I1I.UISIU.41S1 Tupperware party at her home on the State Board Meet- New NameGainesville
II tl N.W. 4th Plea : parcel of land just off s Welding
::: : Tuesday night Those present
several
ing members attended WALL PAPER
fSi G.inf.villa: ; ::: --J Included Mrs. Pam Ashley, in Clearwater, September 21- MarineLYNN state Road 230 being approximately AIR CONDITIONING
::::::::::::::::::: : : ::::::."::;:=,"..:::::=?:: Mrs. Elaine Ashley, Mrs. Son- 350 ft. x 83.53 ft. Unpainted Furniture 556 S. Walnut 24 HOURS

23.There HAMILTON MGR. Price $1,250.00. A,. J. Thomas, Phone 964-6489
cee Hanks, Mrs. Swlnnle MIller was also a discussion 964-8835
.7oba.on Motors cobra Boats.
and Mrs. Joyce Rowe. Mrs. about the Florida Federationof Realtor Tel. 9645701. ttchg Wood Graining Kit or 964.9958

Clyde Harrington of Jacksonville Women's Clubs project for M /CrBe 8uppl| SUPER STICK Vinyl Plait'.e
was the demonstrator.The the which Is 1030 K; University Ave. g
year, helping the > Letter, all sizes colors. Permanent K-80 Paint Remover
executive board of the Hacienda Girls Ranch In Co Qalnesvll1e
for use on wood, aJa.ss.pl.sUo. SEWING
Melrose PTA met at the school
coa. The Ranch has been set Houses Washed
Wednesday morning. It was decided up for girls ages 12 to 16 oc,: WE :RON:r. HAVE rcweil paper metrl. leerier BRADFORDSEPTIC
to have the bake sale who are from broken and trou- ;
October ]17. bled homes and need help.Anyone Supplies! Furrtture: | Equlo- Telegraph._-tfWATSON'S TANK
who wishes can contributeto men,. Bradford Bounty 102 EAST BROWNLEE COMPANYREPAIRING & SERVICE
Other topics discussed were this worthy cause. A $10 Telegraph. (FAFF NECCHI

the possibility; of having a news contribution entitles one to be) STREET NEW HOME UNIVERSAl

paper drive, a spaghetti din- a charter member and a mem- WANTED LISTINGS' House of Vacuumi $49.50 up
ner, and whether or not to ber of the Ranch's Booster On Home. and Acreage. Buyers r'tU:'; ; .tiu.: n l. DRAIN CLEAN-UT PARTS& REPAIRS ON All

raise membership dues, which Club. Mrs. Albert Schoenemanis Waiting- Strout Realty, Ret (Many brands of rew vacuums AND PUMPING OTHER MAKE """ACHIHCSNATIONAL
COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cottage
939.00 Used machines from
was decided against. In charge of the projectand Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. up.
$10. all maV. .. parents 'wanted: : f'omeMa.rrled
Expert Repairs
The dates of future board !
contributions can be giv- Ph. 964-6609 Sta.rke. Pla.For .
meetings were set. The next en to her.Hostesses. Parts and Accessories for all couples, and women. Phone 964-6647

regular PTA meeting will be were Mrs. John all your Real Estate vacuums. Built In Central vacuum Salary starts! $347 per month, Starke, Fta. tfchC 611 W. UNIV. AVE.

the fourth Monday In Octoberin Strawn, Mrs. Ralph Stevens, NeedsBuy Sell Exchange cleaning systems. 712 N. :per person. 5 day week 8 hour; 378-1355

Florahome. Anyone from Miss Iva Hillyer, Mrs. E. Lee Appraisals. Expert Main. OMn<,.vllle 37x-7110 day. Promotional opportunities:!

Melrose who needs a ride, can Helton] and Mrs. Ed Longnecker. Advice on all Real State Retirement, sick leave r
contact some of the officers Estate Problems Call CLASP ENVELOPES all 'vacation] etc Please apply in

and ride with them. BILL POWELL .bei.- Bradford County Tele- person only .Personnel Office, BARRETTWater NOTICE

Re,. Real Estate Broker graph. Bufitand: Center, GalnesvJla.
OPEN HOUSE HELD DUPLICATE BRIDGE Phone 881-64M !Fla. An equal opportunity employer Conditioning
Keystone
Duplicate bridge winners Starke and
AT WOMAN'S CLUBA Starke Plaza Starke tfchgVETINARY
-
delightful open house was Tuesday were: Mrs. Bill Bart- tfchg Smith Plumbingand and Pump Co. Heights area Customers
lett and Mrs. F.G. Melrlck,
held at the Melrose Woman'sClub
THE FIRST NAME IN on Sunday, Oct. 10. 1st place; Mrs. A.V. BannIs- Closeout: All 1970 Appliances Supply INJECTARLES 130 Court Street Hastings Mattress
SMALL CARS ter and Mrs. C.W. 2nd
Hardy
The officers Mesdames Gwen ,
Tetanus Toxoid
place Mrs. B.A. Allen and to be sold at 10% Phone 964.5832PLUMBING and Upholstery
Bachmann Olive ;
Longnecker, Sleeping Sickness
above cost to make
J5ATSUNGAINESVILLE Miss Iva Hillyer 3rd place room
Edna Strawn Jane Hilton and ;
,
,
-
Raiford Distemper
Road hepatitis LeptoComblollo
Alice Breennan welcomed Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs. for 1971 models. Air Conditioners 710 St. Johns Ave.PALATKA .

members of the Hawthorneand Steve Sashoff, 4th place. Ranges, Refrigerators Phone 964.6023 ANDREWS DRUGS Conditionersand
Water
2nd Ave. 2nd St. S. E. Keystone Heights Woman's Winners Thursday night were: Dishwas hers,

Gainesville, Florida Club, teachers, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartlett, Washers & Dryers and Contracting and Repairs Pumps Is Open Again
1st place Col. and Mrs. R.A. WELL DRILLING
Punch and cookies wereCut ; Ice Makers. Wells Appliances Plumbing Fixtures FOR RENT12' 2 bedroom !
Stevens. 2nd place; Mr. and wide. :- Sales and Rentals FURNITURE
Mrs. A.V. Bannister,3rd place; Ilwy. 301 S. Phone Water Heaters trailer outside city Refinished
Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs.John 9646061. Water PumpiINSUBANCE limits. J. B. White, 964-6114. Repair Department Repaired -

Strawn, 4th place.Family ttch 24 Hour Service ReupholsteredNEW

LEGAL FORMS. Bradford .
FOR SALE New .brick 3 MATTRESSESFREE
Welfare County Telegraph. Ph.
t...303. AT REDUCED RATES bedroom 2 baths, living room. ESTIMATESCall

Plan EndorsedBy AUTO. FIRE. BOAT dining rocm. family room': 32S2144WELDING
F1IA or Conventional! Fl \anc. Collect
DOYLE E. CONNER
;. 71'., INSURANCE AGENCY ling Contact Buford Mitchell SEARSHas

,I L.TP _. Industry her Brown tehg Phono 9C1-C760., P.O. Box; 238, LEW'S
i' .I Starke: tfchg Everthing

The National Association SHOP
; It's Inexpensive: to clean
run
'', I'7 Manufacturers: endorsed in BAIRDMobile
and upholstery with BLUE
STARKEPhone
/ principle the Whispering Pines Motel
Family Assist
/ Homes LUSTRE. Rent Electric: Sham-,
.. Plan of the US 301 S. Phone
--r 'i-o- ance welfare reform pacer: $1.50. Starka Hardware: 96168..8NEW -
I / measure! now before Volkswagen NEW and USED 108 E. Call St. 6tohg: 10-29 964-8252.

COIIKIV.HS. However, the! N ArIuI'jll'11 8-10-12 WideGainesville
llr that New 41 UNd t..O"A. UTILITY TRAILERS
P// -- the effective date
Sales Service
BARRETT
: CUSTOM BUILT
... of the! bill now set! for July 'WI Good Quality
,
1971 Il.as'tsix GAS AND ELECTRIC
1. be
postponed' at
1 MI. North of TIre Mall Reasonably Priced Water
Conditioning WELDING BRAZING
months and
preferablyone
GAINESVILLECARL AND USED
leaning time to a fraction year Gainesville 378.2785 and Pump Co. SHEET METAL
Guaranteed and
Serviced
A. L.
Bolton Jr.. Chairmanof PLUMBINGRITCH

with high pressure water! the N A 1\1'14 Government Delivered la SUrke Area 130 Court Street
NO EXTRA COST
Operations
/ Expenditures Phone 961.5832PLUMBING
Ask us for a demonstration of the port- Committee! and President! of BEGGS OT 441 N. 4502 NW mil PUMPSNEW

able Goulds WaterGun. It adds 80 Ibs. Bolton-Emerson Inc., Law- Odnesvnle376.2785:! Plumbing Cc.

pressure to the intake pressure. Un- I'ence.Ia": "., stated that the Gulf Service AND USED

beatable for easy cleaning of barn and work incentive feature of the USED PARTS IT WE DON'T HAVE IT Water Condllloners

animal housing areas, swimming pools, legislation could be strengthened we'll ret It for yon. Offices and PHONE 961.7653P. SALES
Pumps
cars, trucks, boats, houses, garage 'Top Prices for" Wrecked Car.n
by several! amendments, Supplier, Furniture, EquIp- WELL DRILLING O. BOX 943 PARTS
floors, etc. Also provides booster pres- Hour Wrecker Service ment. Bradford CountyTelegraph STARKE FLA
some of which SERVICE
have already Sales and Rentals)
to
t sure for water power sprinkle large .
lawns or for extra fire protection. Hookup been proposed by the Admin Fuel Oil 4TF t.. Deep and Shallow Wells

to hose from home water supplyor istration. Used Cars POSTED SIGNS: Treated to Repair Depn<-nient! Water Softeners and

draws water from any shallow well Hwy. 301 N. Walda withstand weather" 20o each, 24 Hour Service FillersPlumbing

pond or tank. Also sprays disinfectants 92.25 do. Special price on larger Supplies
and Insecticides. Interested? Call us A TO ZConatruction 4(3-1998 quantities. Bradford County Closeout All
1970
: Appliances DRAGLINKAND; :
about it. Telegraph tf
Co. I to be sold at 10% EXPERT SERVICE ON

Sold with DEPENDABILITY by BEWTNO MACHINE Cleaned WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn above cost! T"O mike room BULLDOZER WORK ALL :MAKES

For All Your Remodel: oiled and adjusted in your Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake for 1971 mnr'cJs.' Ar: Conditioners PHONE 9617061DURRANCE

& Co. inj; Need of General home, $3.00. Vacuum cleanerrepairs Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes, I.'nrsres:: Refrigerators -

Durrance Pump Supply Contracting: also. All work guartnt Summer Cottage Or Year- Dishwas hers, CLINTONROBINSON

eod. Dennis E. Cogging. Phone Round Living. Washers & Dryers, nnd PUMP: & !SUPPLY=; CO. \
CONTACTW.
431-1479. tfeny All Lots Ready To Go-Clear-
PHONE 964.7061 L. FOWLERAT ed Graded Si Leveled. Ice Makers. Wells Appliances. I

EZERAS TYPEWRITERPAPER priced From $995.00. Financing Hwy. 301 S. Phone EZERASE TYPKWHITEB:
:if tIN TEMPLE STARKE, FLA. 964-7605 or 964-5289 Mimeo Paper. B n4 Available. Call 964-7701. 9646061. PH. 284.359.1 PAPER. Mimeo Paper. Bond

Paper Notebook Filler, Paper Notebook Filler -

i OUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN FREE ESTIMATES Bradford CountTelen h. PENNY FARMS rchll! Bradford County Tele" ....



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