Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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I Vol. 92 STARKE, FLORIDA 15c j On Taxing Fees

i No. 17 Thursday, October 22, 1970 COPY

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Test + Hampton ImpasseA

i Favors CityA $4,000 compromise has been agreed figure on of

t by city and county ..officials -
At PalatkaAnother for tax assessing! and

collecting fees for the Cityof
w'' counter-petition, designedto ton has around) 141 registered Starke.
nullify an earlier one call- voters which would mean that

tough test is on tap for Bradford footballers Ing for the surrender of Ham about 47 would have to petition Meeting Monday morning with
ton's city charter is being The first petition had the County Commission, Tax
Friday night at 8 in Palatka. a team that traditionally -
\ circulated and may already havea 61 names, so it would take Assessor Gene Long and Tax
has left the Tornadoes on the losing side exceptin sufficient number of signatures less than 20 removals to makeIt Collector J.R. Kelly were City

the golden' years of BHS football in the early 1960's.raiatka to block a pending referendum Councilmen Billy Noegel, Ode

on the issue. Wiggins. Jimmy Bowen and

,L_ u .. __ void.Theft Chairman Neil Tucker along
won lor instance Right tackle John Mark DuFont Council Chairman Edward with City Clerk Merrill Ed-
27-7 in 1969, 32-6 in 1968, 190-11. is a big tough two- Saxon said Wednesday that a- wards. City Attorney George
. and 13-6 In 1967. way player. He Is the right bout 17 persons had already Pierce and County Attorney
. But this year Tornado Head defensive tackle. signed the new petition, asking Theron Yawn were also pre
Coach David Hurse rates the Left tackle Wesley Jones that their names be removed Closes sent.
Braves about the same caliber 205-11 is another tough hard from the earlier petition -
a football team a::: St. Augustine nosed footballer. He also goes >> D h 1 1rti seeking unlncorporation New City Councilman Bill.

Live Oak and Bolles. two ways playing left tackleon m of the municipality lie said Noegel averted a continued Impasse
He thinks his Tornadoes have defense. I1y t that a special county meeting on fees the county will
a good chance to beat PalatkaIf would likely be called laterin VogueSewing charge the city to assess and
they play four quarters of Palatka runs a 6-2 defense the week to determine the collect city taxes. Just as the
good solid football.It using big tough linemen to status of the two petitions. lengthy discussion Monday was
stop an opponents running attack to end solution
about with no ,
Saxon said that persons machines and other
without Hurse
goes saying
Noegel urged the tax collector
It, that by good solid foot- Palatka is 4-1 going Into tomorrow signing the new petition said equipment valued In excess of and tax assessor to accept
The they did not fully understandwhat $8,000 was stolen from Vogue
ball he means a minimum of night's contest. $2,000 each for the service.
mistakes. Errors and mis- Braves have beaten Green Cove i1 ten./I they were doing when they Manufacturing Co., a garment
Judgements have been killing Springs 14-6 Santa Fe. Ocala f'7.Myea,..4 signed the first petition and factory in old bowling alleyon Long replied that would be
\ Bradford grldders In the past Forrest, Orange Park 31-12. some claimed they had been SR-16 In east Starke according all right with him to solve the
month. They have lost only to LIve Ann Terwillegar looks over the three year old heifer that Gerald led to"believe "several false to city police. matter. Kelly said he would

Oak 1814. Rosier' of Lawtey caught in the 1968 calf scramble. The four things. The plant was forced to shut accept anything. Both had min-
As usual Palatka will be larger utes earlier stated they'd perform
down its operation.
than BHS, averaging 175 month old calf is the first of Gerald's growing herd. Members of the council, now Stolen 12 sewing machines t' service free if the
pounds per man. The Braves CouncilImpresses The photo was snapped Tuesday at the Rosier farm near Lawtey. canvassing the orlgianl (unincorporated and were one button hole maker city w. I Just get off their
have also been noted by BHS Anne admired the cattle; erald; admired both. )petition have reported valued at $500-$700 each. backs.
scouts for their good execution that several names ont plus a calculator adding machine Both Long and Kelly stated
\ of plans and good blocking. \ appear to have been written typewriter, and a tape they would like to have the
Quarterback Gary Forsyth. a in the same handwriting, as if The'machinery matter settled one way or
151-pound sophomore is a good "I'm really Impressed one person in a family signed, recorder. the other Monday that they
ball handler and..a.good pas-* ,that, the..average citizen Scramble Action it Is believed that these In weighs from 700 to' 1,000 were, weary of arguing the mat.
er in warm up drills. Pa1atkahaln't can come here and really addition to the ones now sign- pounds. ter. Both said they'd offeredthe
thrown much in games be listened to. Maybe wedon't ing to have their names re- One of the biggest thefts in city the service for three
this season. It's doubtful the have too much of moved would be sufficient to the area In years the case per cent of the taxes assessedand
Braves will start throwing a that In this" country any- Invalidate the first petition.The Is being Investigated by local collected the same fee
lot against a Bradford defensive more. authorities the Bradford Sher- county residents pay for the
n secondary which has allowed That was the way Mrs. Fun Set Saturdayfrom law requires that one- iff's Department and Starke Police services.
only five pass comple- Earl Bessent, wife of City; third of the town's registered Department, and the Fed-
tions in the past two games. Engineer Earl Bessent,expressed electors must petition before eral Bureau of Investigation. City officials insisted they
Live Oak a good throwing It to the Starke en election is called. HampiJCT. wanted to pay a fair fee and
City Council Tuesday The FBI_is !investigating to see
.. offers.
refused to take up the free
team was held in three completions -
night. A chicken scramble for Admission if any Inter-state traffic Is
in 13 attempts and Tor- Starke this Saturday. .
Mrs. Bessent was visIting 7-10 will be involved In disposal of the e- Prior the ,
nado Tim Murphey kept tight youngsters ages a if free. to Monday county'
lid on ace Bulldog receiver the city with her hus- new feature of the 4 th Annual Horse Show events start at qulpment. tax assessor and collector had
Sammy Warren. Dean Johns band and happened to hear Calf Scramble and Horse Show 5 p.m., with Scramble action According to Asst. Police net with a committee of city;
and sophomore Wayne Te stone a local motel owner aira sponsored by the Starke-Brad- scheduled for 7. A Greased Chief Bill Chambers there are officials. That meeting ended
are the other two defensive problem before the Coun 'ord County Chamber of Com- Pig Scramble for girls-- few places where the stolen with the city faction agreeing
backs who have also played cil. merce at the Fairgrounds in successful and actionpackedevent I sewing machines could be un- to Long and Kelly's offer of a
will be loaded. three per cent charge. That
well according to Coach Jim last year-- another -
Duncan highlight of this year's I 11r Police found no sign of for- would have cost the city approximately .
\ program. cible entry to the building nor 5500. The city
Palatka as usu? ., is expected Council PutsEngineers : were they able to lift fingerprints has been paying Long $3OOO I
to ram the call down the The BITS FFA Chapters will I > due to the oil used to per year to assess taxes but
Tornadoes' throats. Fans can serve chicken dinners for$1.25 : coat the machinery and to the has been doing its own col.

expect a lot of power runs from starting at 5 p.m. presence of so many finger- lecting.
Danny Hood, 175-12. and Donnle The Horse Show program will pints already on the machin
Davis 170-11. the two Brave On Include two events the Pole Paying almost double that
running backs. Fullback Bud- Bend and Texas Barrel Weave ery.Chambers pointed out that $3,000 has dismayed the city
209-12 be expected followed by a Parade and Pre- however since Clerk Merrill
dy Cay, can whoever carried out the theft
sentation of Colors at 6:30. At Edwards out other north
the backs :
to lead running ,and is prepared to dispose of
through the hole from the 11 '- 7 p.m., winners of the 1968-69 Florida cities are getting tax
1 formation. Gay doesn't carry PlantContracts Scrambles will be paraded and (continued on Page 8) assessing and collecting done
the ball much unless Palatkais Power registration papers will be presented much cheaper. Edwards told
near the goal line but is to the 1968 winners by the county commission Mondaythe
and Chamber President Mac Bald- Florida League of Municipalities
a tough runner a good
officials win. Master of ceremonies will HamptonDump has stated in a letterto
blocker. and signed by city
:approved be County Agent G.T. Hugglns. him that one-fourth of one
Palatka also has a good solid Starke's new engineer' were quickly I given word per cent would be a realistic
offensive line to block for the Tuesday night to go to work on specifications' for a The first Calf Scramble will NotClosed figure. He said Monday he con-
\ Brave backs on those power new generator for the power plant and on the SR-16 re- take place at 7:15: followed by tacted serveral cities. Palatka
runs. Right end Joe Becker paving job.Contracts the Chicken Scramble; second Oe city; clerk said, pays 1/4
205-12 is a good tough ball Calf Scramble at 7:45.: followedby r YetHampton of one per cent to Putnam
player and a good blocker. the Greased Pig Scramble County, Green Cove pays one
approved and the former engineering and the final Calf: :SCramble at per cent to Clay County, and
signed by city officials,Starke'snew firm. Reynolds, Smith & Hillsof 8:15.: !ryylrc Mayor Willard Thomas Live Oak pays Suwannee County -
engineers were quickly giv- Jacksonville. Bessent said received a letter Monday ;: .2000.
( en word Tuesday night to go his firm was supposed to meet At 8:30. the Horse Show +t v from the Air and Water Pol-
!Jec2E.onn to work on specifications for a with RS&H representatives events will continue with the w,, lution Control Board calling The city clerk.had previously
new generator for the power Wednesday but said the meet- Clover Leaf 'and 'Figure Eight Y lL attention to the fact that the given that information to the
' \ G.'tie plant and on the SR-16 re- ing had not been confirmed. Jumping z Hampton dump had not been city council. So when the city;
paving Job. Streets Supt S.R. Hicks told Scramble Judges are Art r ,_. ., closed and giving the city until committee recommended that
the Council the SR-16 projectIs Schulz captain, assisted by Ar- November 1 to submit a plan tile council accept a three percent
well ttiiit* nnalclnH.. Ralph Brvan. the situation. charge some weeks ago.
"moving along pretty
"I'll get started immediately for remedying
0 I Like tomorrow morning," now." George Roberts; and Ralph Man Size Catch the council refused.

I 1 said Ed Wilson of Wilson & The new engineering agree- Diggs. Horse Show Judges are The dump was ordered closed Ever since the city has been
I.I Associates the new electrical ment is actually two identical Diggs who is arena director, several weeks ago by the Flo- looking for a way to negotiate
.I.II engineer. contracts. One Is with the Bes- serving with Bryan and Dolph rida DIvlson of Health and the matter. Apparently feeling
I I "Hope that's not too late," Reddish. Bernie Akrld e. :5, is proud of this 10 pound 4 County Sanitarian JackTrawick in: Impasse had been reached

I one city councilman comment sent-Hamrlck firm for all engineering chairman of the oz. bass he and his! father. Edward caught Tuesdayin erected a "Closed" sign on the with the tax collector and tax
I ed under his breath. The city; other than electrical.The David Smith Redwater Lake Hawthorne. road leading to the dump.Mem- assessor, the council ]last week
announces near
Committee ask
Scramble Clerk Edwards to
is a behind the former Wheeler contract covers Council
bers of the Hampton
engineer's recommendation to electrical engineering ser the following Scrable participants Edward hooked the bass on a Sonar plug while for a session Monday with the

Starke Shrine Club begin plans for the expansion.It's vices. Both the new firms are : John demons Ewell trolling! for sp 'rs.! Bernie helped net the big fish.!' promptly removed the slcn county commission. It has been
firm power capacity; has headed by former ...mnloyees Craft Steve Cay Lamar GrIf- however on advice of the city's; pointed rney the lerce'
Harvest Ball been reached. fls, Andy Harvey Ronald Grif- attorney who said a hearing City; George 1
The council also needs to (continued on Page 8) lie. Woodrow Grlffls. Charles should be held before final act- that the county commission,under -

New Starke get It money for the big pro- Holtzendorf, Raymond Martin, Ion closing the dump. the Florida statute which
Armory ject lined up Councilman Jimmy Jackie Mart Vernon Mobley Tmver Lights Will BurnNo combines city; and camp!: ti\
Michael, under the CMIIHJ* ,
Adams Due Jr. Eddie Mott
the city-
Sat., Oct. 24 Bowen noted."We'll Since that time, ;
Mike Reed Charles that the .:o'ernll11..0(\' or Necounty "
Mowry, collection
have to talk to the garbage
9 P.M. 1 A.M. operated .
clerk about that after the meet Here TodaySecretary Sap)). Jay Sapp Clinton David Sellers Christmas lights on Chairman Nell Tucker exploded service has been using the county :. Die Is fee empowered I If no ..itrreemvntcan lo ,.uHtrate -

Live Music Door Prizes ing," said Mayor Carl Hurst, Roger Starling the Starke water t.oweI'7. and was echoed by dump near Keystone Heights be rC.U".tI.Ol"'nh .
I grinning at Clerk Merrill Ed- State Tom Sweat and Murray White. Unthinkable! every other councilman. but private Individuals in the/
of Entries for the Greased Pig Jimmy Bow- :M l ..,H.I| >'II lour" tile
$5 Pert wards. cost about $500 to Councilman
candidate for Lieuten- If 11
Adams Scramble are: Viola Grlffls, ,cusslon numil' 1 li.ilini.iiiNell
Nell Tucker also the still haul- :
I Chairman this offered to climb area are
the lights year Hampton
the Askew- rig en
oupleV ant-Governor on Marie Harris Judy Loper Ter- lights fucker U>,' |1'111"-| %"'' ".i%
asked the new engineers to to string the to the Hampton
< Adams (Democrat and .. I" will-/
I quickly familiarize themselveswith November 3 General Election rte Anetta McNeal Shealey., Debbie Scott ed, Power Plant Supt. "Just as long as good.I'm" fastened dump. .runic, to rtsiNoiiiMc lr>> come\tn"'II1&1I1'\ : ui
the status of the SR-16 in Starke Geroge Craudon told the up there
Is scheduled to O'lltMi-i
the ,
lli.il :111,1'!
t4tC.c1nh project. Earl Bessent, of Bes Thursday afternoon Oct. 22. The Scramble will provide City CouncuTaeedaynlght. "Did you know that an After the original removed closing county order Uii", cit.>. rod tow, onmlt f.iuli\c
sent. Hamrick 4 Associates, According to campaign headquarters 20 FFA and 4-H boys with the What about not decorating airline had its planes circle TrawIcK mid with.

'Attmnt Now beeves. I said he would that begin immediately Bes Adams will arrive opportunity to win ten regis the tower this year? The lie town one year Just ourtower It equipment is no I longer from being the dump operatedas l f ""..' iluniM, 'I'v ..iHeU.iii .tunttti.: .
toward end.
the tank Grauto show Its passengers
here about 3 o'clock and will tered purebred calves and five wires ..
Carl sanitary Wed! fill under n :.imvmvni\ : i
,:..r I'7a. sent asked about Informationon briefly tour the business district top-grade calves during the don pointed out."Its ? asked Mayor I'tmlrul Program. ': itrt.uUluNd i-
j a.-. c... the project that the city shaking hands with vo- sure pretty! Hurst ire Mosquito 111\, l l'a:lv; j
was supposed to have received ters. (continued on Page 8)


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Shower Given

Reception Planned Candy Stripers For Mrs. Nichols

r fGJad78 f For Baldwins, Sr. Elect OfficersPam 1i Recent BrideMrs. ,

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. BaldwinSr. locks was elected pres-
Mike Nichols, the for-
will celebrate their Golden ident of the Candy Stripersat .
Wedding anniversary Sunday, their meeting Tuesday night, r mer Kay Smith, a bridal recent bride,
Oct. 25, from 3 to 5 PJn. Oct. 13, in the Bradford County r i "t was honored at a of last week shower
when their and Thursday
sons daughters- hospital dining room.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M.& Other officers elected at this the home of Mrs. M.L.Lawson.
Baldwin Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. time were: Carol McKinney, Hostesses with Mrs. Lawson
Mootyt Phone7S01 Douglas! L. Baldwin will enter- ,a vice president; Linda Powell, were Mrs. David Lawson, Mrs.
tain at Open House at the Junior secretary; Harriet Faulkner, Gerald Williams, Mrs. Kenny
Society Editor Baldwin home, 508 N. Walnut treasurer; Blanche Peterson, Johns, and Mrs. A.W. Gaylord.
Street social chairman; and Paula Fall flower arrangementswere

-.- -';. "" "'" .. invited All friends to attend.and relatives are tM1 Ilj.. Champion Pictures historian.for the annual will occastton.used in The decorating refreshmenttable for the
covered with a beige
be taken on November 10, and was
it was announced that a car lace cloth over yellow linen
Linen Shower wash will be held from 10 till and centered with a crystal

Given For 2 on October 24 at Hurst lMsWHliamspsled
Shell Station.
In Betsy MatthewsMiss Stars to be worn on the side at the punch bowl.
of the cap will be given to Games with prizes were en-
Candy Stripers for their hoursof Joyed by the guests during the
Betsy Matthews, bride- EllingtonRogersVows work at the hospital on the To Celebrate Anniversary party hours.
elect, was complimented at a following basis: 200 hours, red The hostesses presented the
linen shower Thursday night of Set Oct. 31 star; 300 hours gold star; 400 Mr. and Lake Butler, Sunday afternoon, honoree with a large scenic
last week given by Mrs. Eddie hours, blue star. Pearce Richard R. Oct. 25, from 3 to 5 o'clock. picture as a memento of the
will be
honored onthefr
Douglas, Mrs. George Hugging, 50th All friends and relatives area occasion.
Miss Sandra Huggins and Mrs. Wedding Anniversary with invited to attend Sixty-five guests were Invited -
r Robert Green at the home of the Mr and Mrs. Leon Ellington reception.. at their. home In cordially to attend.
latter. of Graham, formerly of BackToSchoolThe r-.rte -- -- -

The refreshnfee table was Starke, announce the engage- ADK ChapterTo Duplicate Bridge Local admittances to Bradford

covered cutwork cloth with and an centered imported witha of ment their and daughter approachlngmarrlage Rita Eileen! annual BackToSchoolnight Sponsor CadetsMiss Club ResultsThere County Hospital this week

to Pfc Wilbur W. Rogers, son for parents is set next include: Mrs. Minnie Redgrave,
blue floral
royal pyramid
In a blue stemmed of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rogers Tuesday Oct. 27, at 7:30: p.m. Madge Middleton and were six tables in playat R.C. Crews,Mrs.Janice Gools-
Beta Sigma Phi The of Raiford. by the Bradford High School Mrs. Ruth Frazier were hos- Bridge Tuesday by, John L. Walker, Mrs.Juan-
goblet. gifts were arranged Duplicate
PTA in the school cafeteria. tesses to Alpha Gamma Chap ita Dlnklns. Mrs. Lucile God-
Ritual of Jewels around a Hallmark bridal The wedding will be an eventof All parents are urged to attend ter of Alpha Delta Kappa on night and the four winning cou- win and Charles Dean, Starke;
1 shower parasol. October 31 at 7:30: p.m. in by Rev. DeWitt Farabee Monday night at the Middleton ples were: Mrs. Rachel Moore, Brooker;
Held Monday Games were conducted duringthe Graham Baptist Church. A reception president of the BUS PTA home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B, Ter- Mrs. Mable Forsyth and Mrs.
chapter. party hours, by Miss Hug- will follow at the church, Teachers will be Introducedto Mrs. Marilyn Vellenga pre- willegar Jr., first; Mr. and Betty; Ann Anderson, Lake Butler -
Members of Gamma Theta (Q-r), Mrs. J.F. Dougherty! gins and prizes were awarded. with all friends and relatives parents by the school administrators sided over the meeting. Found- Mrs. John Mussollne, second; ; Patrick DinJdns Jr. and
charfir of Beta Sigma Phi held Jr., Mrs. Richard Rowe, Miss; McRae Assisting of Jacksonville.The was Mrs. .Dewayne Invited. who will also er's Day, Oct. 19, 1947 was Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw and Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn M. Harris Rai
theiH Ritual of Jewels cere- Emily Johns, Mrs R.L. Kit- The bride-elect is a studentat briefly address the gathering.As observed with a program con- Harry Mooty, third; and Mr. ford; Mrs. Lily Pellon Law-
monj': and dinner at the Garden chens, and Mrs. Tom Grant, honoree hostesses with a white presented Colonial the Santa Fe Junior College, usual, the Back-TOSChool ducted by Mrs. Lucile Payne. and Mrs. Townsend Dent, tey; Robert Shaughnessy, Keystone -
Rest iirant. Monday night. were presented with their Jew- and and will graduate in March withan night will feature an abbreviated Mrs. Bill Sinclair Altruistic fourth. Heights.
Thr Ritual table was centered bedspread a carnation cor- Associate of Arts degree. round of their child's Committee chairman, reported -
wlthfan arrangement of yellow aled pins and long stemma'yellow sage as a memento of the oc- She plans to enter the University classes for each set of par- that the Cadet Scouts needa The club meets every Tues- Mrs. R.O. Dansby and Mrs.

rose. the sorority flower, in a Mrs. roses.Freddie Stephens was casion. of Florida later. ents. Parents will have a chanceto sponsor and it was agreedto day night at 7:30 p.m. and is KIrby Crews visited Mrs. Mic-
black vase, flanked by burning given the president's gavel for Twenty-seven guests were invited Pfc Rogers is stationed In talk with each of the teachersof help sponsor them. A cash open to all bridge players. ky Dansby in Gainesville Mon-
attend between the hoursof
colored, tapers.T Fort Stewart, Ga. their donation was sent to Scholar-
off-spring. dav.
her service to the sorority
candlelight ceremony was ( 8 and 9:30: p.m.Including Mrs. ship House in Tallahassee.

reads by Mrs. Buck Norman, president last year.A Paul Meng, motherofthebride- .. .....--.... a
shrimp dinner honoring the groom-elect, Mrs. EL Matthews _
pre dent, and Mrs. Philip
new members was served pre- and Mrs. W.E. Middleton -
Clark, vice-president of the
ceding the ceremony. mother and grandmother of I _

StMark's Women the bride-elect. ,'5 1

Plln Flea Market State Farm Mrs. VR1Ferguson and Mrs. .ASAAIJTI.JMN Supermarket at home:
5 '
St| Nov. 9 t-
ting Gladys Weldon entertained at a Fresh and frozen foods side-by-sidc!
LimcangcosDr. family luncheon Wednesday for I
Co e i meetings will be held Miss Matthews at the home of 21.4 cu. ft.No FrnslRefrigerator ,
Nove |ber to discuss the value the former on Raiford Road.
of s wardship, Father Jack and Mrs. Delfin Llm- The luncheon table r ..C 'i' .
( was
State Farm, who lnlrar'aidrnnd: '
of the
Fly 9 announced Monday night cangco the covered with a lace cloth and wi'i';'hiiih.
at regular monthly meeting will move to Gainesville hon- centered with an arrangementof t SALE r Full, In-iKhl r fmwilllllllHUIIIII.'UllM., t
1 end of this month, were '
the Women of the Epls- pink roses. ir 1 : .
ored at dinner party Satur- .
a ,
copa church Mrs. Flynn was and The guest list Included Mrs. .ldpabJdernntdrur::: '
Rec- day night given by Mr. a hrhiw.
hoe is at the Episcopal Paul
Meng, Mrs.Francis Meng,
tory, 1105 N. Church Street. Mrs.Mrs. J.R.R.V. Reddish Turner,, Mr.and Mr.and Mrs. E.L. Matthews,Mrs.WE. I .7-,dray II'exunnurbu6 Mi-Ill'',' h.rgxr|, l.Hiu l.:2mim a
M George Winkler, Mrs. Middleton and Miss Madge Mid- .
Chasteen Jr. at {r >inlN t
and Mrs. JR r lm\A
Ken i Grider, Mrs. William dleton. ; ,
the home of the latter at the Mr IinlMuulunuhlr'Irfnrrn '
Ca and Mrs. Flynn represent 9 -\ ,Ilimiliu' ,
the Starke ECW at Holy State Farm. I *! /
T in Gainesville, Oct. 4. Buffet '
M Harry Hatcher Sr. will The main dining table was Supper 'S89_ WT
be chairman of the coffee hour covered with a hand embroidered And Shower Given nnrrnu'!? ,
I The ? I? \ utnllueMtlel I I1"
after church eachSunday.f rv- cross stitch cloth, Finest willl/ iinlittiiiilir' Inma.rr.
ing with her in Octobe- vill centered with a blue, pink and For Gail ReddishMiss Ill do ennbl I Itt.-'IAt

be Mrs. OL Beasley, Mrs. green floral arrangement
JWKJncald, Mrs. John Glo- flanked by crystal candle hold- Gall Reddish,a Missionary -
ver and Mrs. Edward Burns. ers with white tapers. to Peru, was given a mis- -- .
Mrs.."Hatcher will also be hostess cellaneous shower and covered I In & -- -- -, t
Twenty-two guests enjoyedthe Quality
Jor the November meet- affair. dish supper last Thursday nightat Giant zen storage I
Ing at the home of her son, the Pine Level Baptist Church .
The honored
couple were presented -
1715 E, Call Street. with a silver serving recreation hall with 34 guests -- ...fast fast ice! '
Mrs. Grider, United Thank attending. Miss Reddish will '
Offering chairman, announcedthe dish as a memento of the oc- return to Peru In January for I 14.7 cu. ft.No ;

Ingathering will be held casion. four years.A T .Jet Frame Io"> Convenience FT :;;;;; ; Frost Refrigerator t
on November 1. table in the hall was usedto Compartment blow .
Jet Freeze Ice
The "Flea Market" under articles from Peru I
Beta Sigma Phi display subzero air over traya Compartment Mown
the direction of Mrs. Clyde and a Peruvfangamewasplayed for extra.font 'freezing! xAxA.- ... sulvzero' air overt
Terwillegar will open Nov. 9 To Meet MondayBeta during the evening.The .Zero-degree freezer I.I ue-trays for extra'
on street. All members buffet table was covered t herds up to 165 Iba. By t'I faHt freezing
) to collect "trash .Door ahelvee!in freererhulila
we .with a gold cloth and centered Zero-degree
sures" for the event Sigma Phi sorority will with an arrangement of roses. .both,section e .o. up to 14711...
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Rita Meng Area Retreat Woman's Clubs "',' ,'

Is ComplimentedAt Planned By Meet In Jax

Bridal ShowerMiss District WSCSA ;,.
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The district tour of the Flo- '1, '
Rita Meng, rida Federated Woman's Clubs ,
bride-elect "sprltual growth retreat"Is
was honored at a bridal shower planned for Wednesday. Oct. was held at the Jacksonville iiI! _, :...J.....,..... We'reComing
Beach Club on Oct. 16 for District .. ': .-
Sunday night at the home of 29. at O-Leno State Park for ", '" "
Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Hostesses the Woman Society of Four. ...," oj
with Mrs. Weldon Mrs. Those representing the Starke
Richard Richards. Mrs. Christians Service from the Woman's Club were Mrs. Olin
Richards, Mrs. Nancy Gunter. Methodist Churches throughoutthe White, Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr.. r' '
Mrs. Joe Glssy, Mrs. Mike Gainesville District. Mrs. Gladys Weldon and Mrs.
Gllhooly, and Mrs. Henry Stef- Theme of the retreat which J.M. Edwards Jr.
anelll. is scheduled from 9:30a.m.: to Throug} i 9
Mrs. Elmer Norton, director Service Medal
Three games were played 2 p.m. will be "AU Ages to Distinguished
during the evening and prizes Christ's Call." Mrs. Haywood of district four presided over
awarded. The refreshment table Brooks of Starke is chairman the meeting. All club presidents Presented To Col. HatcherCol. rrr
was covered with a lace with Mark Pettis and Mrs. An- gave a report on their club For You
cloth and at one end was a white nie Adams of Gainesville, Rev- activities of the year. Mrs. ,
decorated sprinkling can with erend and Mrs. Ray Fennel White :save the Starke Woman'sClub Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., Ing the period from January
an arrangement of Touchmenots of Branford,and Reverend Mar- report for the president, recently appointed Director of 1969 to the present. During
in the spout. Mrs. Lester vin Buckner Lake City speak Mrs. John Sanders, who was Maintenance for the Florida this time, Col. Hatcher organ- r
Humphries presided at the sliver ers.Members not present. National Guard, Is shown receiving ized, directed, and supervisedthe
punch bowl. are asked to bring Each president was asked to the Distinguished Ser- operation of the Camp
Thirty; guests were Invitedto sandwiches for lunch; drinks wear a hat symbolizing club vice Medal presented by Maj. Blanding Training Site, and
attend between the hoursof and desserts will be furnished project for the Gen. Henry W. McMillan, the Headouarters and Headquarters
7:30 and 9:30: p.m., includ- and a nursery will be providedfor Mrs, White's year.hat depicted a Adjutant General of FloridaIn Detachment, Camp Blanding.
ing Mrs. Francis Meng mother young children. Public Library decorated with making the presentation
of the honoree, and Mrs. P.D. green, red and gold glitter edged Gen. McMillan said that Col. "Through diligent and untiring
Fancher Jr., mother of the with a fringe and a price tag Hatcher distinguished himselfby devotion to duty, the operationof
bridegroomelect.Mrs. Mrs. Glen Reddish of LulIng hanging down the back with exceptionally outstanding the Camp Blanding Train- Best Prices !
La. spent Thursday to Satur- the price $50,000 on It. meritorious military serviceto Ing Site was accomplished in
day with Sheriff and Mrs. P.D. Following the business meet- the State of Florida and an exceptionally" outstanding
Gene Pass and son and Reddish. Mrs. Glen Reddish'sparents ing a luncheon was served by the Florida.National Guard dur- manner, the citation said.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the host club.
Mrs. Wayne Wynn the
weekend with their spent husbands Lawrence of Greenwood, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Bradley Mrs. George Miller under- Delivery Now !
In Lake Wales. were last Thursday visitors.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal spent had as weekend guests, their went surgery Monday In St.
granddaughter, Teressa Wat- Luke's Hospital.
the weekend In Whittier N.C.
Mrs. L.J. Green underwenteye and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand ers, of Jacksonville, and Rev.
surgery today (Thursday) family spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Graddick and Mrs.Huey Perry and daughter Dr. and Mrs. A.J. Barry and
at Bradford County Hospital. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Dothan, Ala. were Thursday of Ocala. children spent the weekend In
H.E. Sml.th. in Williston. to Saturday guests of Mr. and Gainesville where Dr. Barry Look A This OneN
L.F.; Smith Sr. is in PhIla- Attending the 50th anniver- Mrs. J.T. Lawson. Mrs. John Harold Andrewsleft attended a Medical Seminar. t
Wednesday to join Mr. An-
delphia, Pa. this week visit-
ing his son, Bill, and family. sary of the First Baptist ChurchIn Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and drews who Is at a National Miss Melody Cuttino of Tift
During his absence Mr. and Auburndale Sunday were Mr. children Miss Susan Wiggins Guard camp In Aberdeen Md. College was home fortheweekend.
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Betty Register were :Or four months. .
Mrs. Harry Sellers of Asheville and Mrs. H.A. Lawson Mr. camping In the Smoky Mountains 1970 Plymouth Satellite
N.C. are staying with and Mrs. M.L. Lawson and Saturday to Tuesday. Mrs. Zella Johns has been Mr. and Mrs. Lowman Wea- EW NEW'
Mrs. Smith. son, Sonny, Mrs. KennethJohnsand visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ver spent the weekend with 4 Door Sedan
Mr. and Mrs. L.K. White- Miss Donna Lamb. Miss Ava Lee Edwards of Johns and family at Apollo their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ocala Monday to Wednes- Beach the past two weeks. and I
was Dan Whitehurst and Mr.
head will attend the Boat Showin
Key West over the week- Titus Olson attended the fun day visitor of Mrs. George Mrs. Marvin Lane in Willis- 318 V8, Automatic Transmission, Tinted Windshield -
end. eral of Rev. John Slices in Anderson. Mrs. J.R. Wainwright, Mrs.
Fort Myers last Thursday.Don Charles Darby, Mrs. Robert ton.Mr. Crome Moulding Radio Wheel Covers.
Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson Friends of Lt. (Og.) and Nobles Mrs. Emmett Akridge and Mrs. J.W. Upchurchand ,, ,
in Chiefland Sunday vis- Mrs. Doimle Thompson, who and Mrs. Randy Johns attendeda son Jack and his daughter -
were Joiner Greenwood,S.C. are stationed In Guam, will tea Saturday afternoon at the SonIa, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Bessie Etheridge
iting is visiting his sister, Mrs. that 18- of Carl Cham-
regret to learn their home Mrs. A. $329705
and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Rain. Buddy Green of Jacksonvillewere Old List Price
L.D. Vining, over the week-
month-old son, Dennis Jr., Is bliss in Jacksonville honoring
Sunday guests of Mr. and
end. Mrs. Vining had visitor
as -
ill with heart
seriously a con- Miss Charlotte Fairfax a
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Beck- Mrs. Roy Clemons.
Tuesday, Mrs. J.C. Vin-
dition. The family flew to San bride-elect.
ett of her Decatur parents, ,Ga.Mr.were and Mrs.visiting Ing of Palatka. Diego, Calif over the weekend
where little DonnIe $259643- New Now Price
L.K. Whitehead, over the week- Rev. R.D. Burch was In the In a hospital. was placed Gordon Sullins of Hickory
end. Alachua General Hospital Monday Ridge, Ark. and Bobby Rice
of Memphis, TeM. were Mon
and Tuesday for minor
Mr. and Mrs. Sale
Mrs. S.L. Peek Sr. was In day overnight guests of Mr.
Lake City Sunday visiting Mr. gery. in Tampa over the weekend Sullins' son-in-law and daugh-
and Mrs. Roy Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mack visiting Mr. and Mrs. Keith ter. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs
GUllngham and
and Tom of Lake while enroute to Brooksvilleto
son City
I Gainesville Miss Mary is spending Demaree several of were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mrs. Jim Lawson, president spend the winter. And Look At These Used
and Mrs. J.G. Caldwell.
days with Mr. and Mrs. H.C. of the Junior Woman's Club, Mrs. W.T. Jackson and fam-
Rltoh. Mrs. R.E. Firth and daugh- ltd Mrs. Elzle Sanders, Con- ily and Bruce Scott were week- r*"
ter, Mrs. Anthony Beattie of wrvation chairman, attended end guests of'Mrs E.R. Weaver -' . Car Valves.
Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Conner Jacksonville were vacationingat he FFWC district tour at Jacksonville In Williston. They visit- "May! I please have a note )
of Daytona Beach were Tues- Whittier N.C. last week. Beach, Oct. 16. ed Rainbow Springs on Sunday. -my wife fa going/ to accuse
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. me of being deliberately
Felix Sapp and L.L. Conner. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morrin lardy."
Jr. and family of Macon, Ga. and family of Leesburg
Twenty-two girls from Girl were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ere Sunday visitors of Mr. STARKE PLAZA 1969 Plymouth 1968 Plymouth
Scout 605 joined their and Mrs. Henry Morrison. 1968 Olds 88
Troop J.L. Gentry over the weekend.Col. Fury III H. T.,
friendship troop from Ortegaat
an all-day outing at Camp and Mrs. J.A. Griffin Misses Kathy Myers and LOADED
Rita O'Brian 4 Door, Air Condition. Fury III H.T., Like New
Chowenwaw In Green Cove and Mr. and Mrs. C.H.;Nas- of Flagler College -
Springs last Saturday. The worthy were guests last weekof spent the weekend with I White and Blue
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Starke troop was Mr. and Mrs. AI CarltonIn +
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Susan Faulkner. hews and attended the 92nd 1967 396 67 Chevy Impala
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Miss Mavalee
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Mrs. Alberta Innls of Ocala ,
Mrs. J.S. Sapp and family, this Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae \ Coupe, Air Condition.
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week. and family of Lake City, and
Mrs. Herbert Thomas at
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Miss Kate Struth was trans- children of Merritt Island were
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Frank Williams
V Elected V-P

Of USCD CouncilBradford

County; Civil D*.

d, fens Director Frank Williams
eo.ro baa. been elected vice-
president of the United States
Civil Defense Council.

Williams' election took place

last week at the I annual conference -
of the VSCD In Fort

Worth Texas. Williams d,
ed the conference fmn Wednesday

Oct. 7, throufca(; Tues-

SO YOU SAVE MONEY day, Oct. 13.

The Bradford CD director

AT OUR CHECK OUTS! Is also a past Florida State
representative to the USCD

'0D St0 its Council Seventeen CD representatives -
J / from Florida attended -

I \ I "Checked Prices" means Winn-Dixie is constantly examining prices week.the national conference last

; in order to give you the lowest possible prices in the South. During his trip Williams was,

GREEN STAMPS That means you get lower regular prices and week-long specials. a along guest with of other Douglas CD Clure personnel", assistant -

Once you check Winn-Dixie prices, you' II cross other stores State of adjutant Alaska general on a tour of the of

: civil defense facilities
: of An-
off list. chorage and Fairbanks.

The civil defense magazine

"Survive" published by the
Association for

Attack and the Oak Ridge

CD Society, was ..Iectedtorthe
USCD Council's national book
ROAST TURKEYS BACON award. Bradford County's

Frank Williams accepted the award -

r on behalf of the magazine.

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I. 1. Circuit Court Of Flor-
.".. ElBhtli Judicial Circuit. 1m
And For Bradford CsuulyCivil
tI Dlvlilou
I I Plain
7 t Sylvia Jeanette >yle.
jt is QUICK FROZEN.I C I" tiff va Edward Everett Lyle.
TO: Edward Everett tort*.
whose resident and addrea I I.:
9r, You Ar Hereby Notified
Ih I Iy'I that an action for divorce, allony. -
child custody child support -
10-17 LB. attorney' fee, and court
I I. costs has. been filed againstyou
AVG. ,; and you are required to
1 serve .a copy of your written
Ii t Pi defence If any. to It on A. Z.
I Ad kin... Jr. and Robert O. StrlBllnic. -
Jr Attorney for Plain
tlfE\ whose; addrea I ii Ill SW.
LB.tt. Third Street. Oalneavllle FlorIda
} { and flue the criminal with
uY'e tl the clerk of the above styled
w I r6d court onotherwleersa0cjugment
e 9I J 1070 !
LB. LB. may b a entered against. you
for the relief demanded In the
Co"plo.lnt.Wltne. .
3 ... my hand and the
.enl of this Court on Septam
t .r 11. 1170.
Quantity Rights Reserved CaEt an Green a. Clerk of
yrtBeuUh M. Moody As
Deputy Clerk

Roast .TS: 99c Peanut Butter r.21'-1. 68C Towels . .3on, $1))00 f* The Cnamtr.- Jnilcr'is. .CourtOf
} Bradford County FloridaIn

Pork Chops I" 79C Oil '/JAR 88C 2BTL: 48 Starling. De.'ease.I.Notice To Creditor. efttata

,. .SAV.E: .LS. . of All I><>n1lo credlto..of R. $llOrlln""" .the papd..


Pot: .Roast. *:' ." La' 69C Oil I . JAR.". 79C .;. Fudge Pudding 2 'KGS.UK. $1) fire aimlnHt.ed mends"" tn"f which the file cold any*they stnt county claim* In may fudge the or" )have de.of-of.

Bradford County. Flnr''''''. In,
W.D BRAND CUBED BEEP SAVE I7 HITTERTomato SAVE 17cDTl MONTE PINEApple the courthouse at cterko.Ftor-"

Steakettes ':vi:Oc. la. 89C Juice 3 2's;:;' $))00 Juice. .3 "i00: lientIon from ida within the of date Mix:1hl of ral.tho count..ndar. first....month...Hucholn'm l>ul>_

or dfnnn"' > In
writing and must tato the
place of residence and ,Post
office nddiexs. i>f the ","Imnnl..nd .
must be sworn to by the
;.M c. do ... claimant. or, hi It* .will...nt.become or his void ltorniv.

accord Inn"" to law.
October 1">th A. T> 1970.
INr'rM f1t

Co.MAHKI-ER.Ptnrlln STARTING* .of the r,,.
tat. of Lonzo P. Starll nlf. De-
ft 1' t} II First. publication 10.23 on Ct Oct.11.11 U.U10. .

On.Withi $5 ..,More Purchot CMC'' d. ,g f gel I rem Limit With $5. or Moro Purrhutc fju'uclr' '9 Clgar.N., -
r. SAVE 1O et.
lu Th. Circuit Court
Bradford County. Florida
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SAVE sloe Plaintiff ve. JameeclEarsnCon
l tier*
5 ; ,f Notice Of Action
SAVE TO James Harl Connor
L whose residence\ unknown.You .
BLUE a Are Hereby. Notlfl'il;
25c v 11 that an action for divorce has
WHITE been filed against. you and you
are required to servo a copy of
:'J't your. defenses. If anY to It "n
COLD WATER Theron A. Yawn. Jr.. Plaintiff
a 1 '' whoso address
s Attorney
? 1 r \ 1 t 1 1 Florid 0.on or before0'th St 2 rki\:frd

y.. day of October.. 1">70. and file
/ the oilelnal" with tlm Clerk of
1d this. Court either before service
5 y I on Plaintiffs nttornfv ofIrnmoillntely .
d / 1Nt' thereafter: otherwise .
a, default will bo
49-oz. nxnlnst you for the rMief, deninnded -
I L8. t''I"' 29-oz. In the Complaint.
BOXES Witness my hand
y fi coal. of this. Court this 16th
BAG CAN d"v of September, 1910.

Inman SEAL:)D. Grr-..n. Clerk Of Clr-
cult Court Bradford County
lly Beulah M. Moody
Deputy Clerk
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5 LB. 59C is-.'. NOTICE)
Apples BAG Pizzas EACH 49e In Tho Name Of The State
Of Florida
u.s.No. 1 PAN REW! TO: Lioinndant In the above-
styled cause. Ueorxe J:.:. lioykinliusiUttiiUH.
Onions 3 us. 29c Shrimp. X: .' $129 SAVE 10c You Are. LfnKnuwn.Hereby Notified

that suit. for divorce of the
FRESH OUCH HEADSCabbage TASTE O*SEA FISH marriage. between you and ttiePlulnliK. ,
10-ei. .. Willie Mae Uuykln
2 HOS.39c Steaks 39c Older I!anuteriug" title of automobile -
EACH to ljlalntirf. which/ I.
pi..nently reKlxierwd In the
FRESH FROZEN RIPE, STRAW. MEXICAN name of the Dufendant. and
IOee. $ Ise" 12-ox. cutttody of parties adopted.
Berries .5 PKGS 1 Dinners EACH' 59C CANS you.child,a*has Defendant been. filed.by against Willie

LBS Mae Boykln. as Plaintiff in
OCOMA CHICKEN BEEP TURKeY MIA' FROZEN FRENCH FRYPotatoes tne above-styled Court. and
cause and you. are< required. to
Dinners .3 VoV $100 5 PILG.69c file your. defense or answer to
filed therein
the/ Complaint a*
with the. Clerk of the Circuit .
Court. In and fur Bradford
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: EX."R 1EX.-rA : rexTRA. reXTAA.: : EX-rRA. lily Barton T. Liouirla i*. O.

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Dwight Thomas. Garry had appendicitis to my eyes. Their way of say- ". ,, '6. hack writers in certain maga- of emergencies? These ques- out last meeting and as Hal-
L .. and had to have an Ing "Thanks," dear old lady. zines down-grading our S.S. tions were raised at the Sept. loween is the start of the Fes-
S\ S. operation, but is recoveringO.K. Ha! not bad to be old. SENIOR and Medicare programs say- meeting in the Civil Defense tive Season, we hope our numbers -
He will be home in Oct- Ing there isn't enough money BIdg. during the hearing of the will Increase throughoutthe
ober. He has two new nieces HELPFUL HINTS: When CITIZENS but quoting from an outstanding Fla. State Comm. on Aging. rest of the year.
that he is anxious to see and drinking glasses stick together writer and economist, Sylvia We are In the political doldrums We meet Tues., Oct. 27at
they are all meeting him at fill the inside glass with cold ". r .. Porter, columnist for the news at present because State 1 p.m. We have bee n allo-
::::::: :::::: :::: ::::: the airport. Dwight has his water and dip the outside glassin syndicate, she writes, "According and National elections will not tted extra time for this meet-
Lana turQess,1ft i' basic training over and since hot water. They should come Seniors have problems justas to the most recent reports be settled until after Nov. 3, ing so come and have fun
he is tall and handsome and apart, easily. When cooking any other segment of the of the Board of Trus- 1970, but these questions will
wears his uniform well, he rice, Instead of stirring all population of the U.S. We con- tees of these funds, there Is surely be raised again after -Joe Kerrigan
I love the changing seasons; them. When I put out the bread has been selected to guard the the time, put the rice In a stantly equate our standard of and will be enough money to the elections are completed.Next *
and welcome each with a song crumbs I call to them, "Come tomb of the Unknown Soldier, pan with plenty of water In living with other nations of pay all present and future S.S. meeting is our Hallo- A friend who stayed home
as I turn the pages of the calen- birdies, get your bread, come and I believe will be stationed the oven. Cover as tightly as the world; agreed. We are far and Medicare benefits for the ween Party. Prizes will by during a recent illness reports
dar. Here the fall of the year, birdies!" I have to laugh at nearby Fort Meyers, Va. I am foil. It will cook head of other nations yet we next 75 years." awarded to the persons with that the food was good, the
as most people here call it, a bunch of young hogs feedIng so happy. How I wish I could possible with cannot deny the fact that pov- There is anxiety: and suffering the most original, funniest, and bed comfortable and, thanksto
is a delightful time. I have always in the clover field just see him marching back and nicely and be fluffy erty and hunger exist in our of older Americans, need- prettiest costumes.We the soap operas, he saw
loved the getting ready over my back yard fence. They forth, tall, chin up and proudly Over sixty years ago we use I country. So long as one person less privation and Injustice because had a great turnout at doctors and nurses all day;
for winter. I made pepper relish too are young and lovely. WhenI as tie is one of our finest this chocolate cake with cocoa, or family is not receiving they don't know what help long.
and tomato preserves.[Have call to the birdies they raise young soldier boys. Would have CHOCOLATE CAKE Cream together :' the right to a better home, is available to them. Thus from
been watching sales on meat their heads to listen, and then gone 'anywhere that they had 2 1/2 | better food, and adequate Income the 91st Congress, 2nd Session -
and "Oof : cups sugar cup lar d I PEOPLE PLACES THINGSNO
and canned food at our local with a loud snort sent him. Cod bless our young 1/4 tsp. salt. Now add two i to support these basic comes a working paper ,
store. I buy those and store Off" they run away over men and girls. at a time beating well. In a sneeds, we are somewhat lack- prepared by the Spclal Comm.
the canned and freezed the meat. the field as If disgusted or This summer a young col- put 1/2 cocoa and add I,ling. Many senior citizens are on Aging of the U.S. Senate. MATTER WHO
For just me It does not takea frightened, I don't (know which lege student from Texas was cup 1/2 cup boiling cup water. When cool]i I among the 25% of the people This paper has opened the way NO MATTER WHERENO
lot, but makes me happy to Anyhow I always laugh and laughat up in here selling a diction- add to first mixture. Now sift t living below a decent standard. for legal research and servicesfor MATTER WHATIN
know I have some things a- them. ary to help study the Bible. together 2 cups flour I tsp baking; This is no fault of their own. the elderly. This Is why THE 17TH DISTRICT .
head, if snow comes suddenlyIn Some trees here have yellow His father was an engineerand soda. Add alternatley with one cut\ Seniors have worked, earned LRSE has bee organized by
November. Soon now shall leaves and they are falling. from a Christian family. of sweet milk putting in flour, and paid their way. the Office of Economic Opportunity JOE RIPLEY. JR.
take out the screens and put Last night was our first heavy Tommy Clark was his name, first and last. Add 1 tsp vanilla. The whole system is riddled to fill these gaps which !
in the storm windows. I always frost, some say it froze Ice. such a wonderful young Chris- Pour Into well greased and j by stop-gap measures such as have been so long unattended. CARES .,
make a festive game of Now the leaves will turn all tian. I heard from him and he floured glass bread | State Old Age Assistance, Welfare There are local Issues which
pan or I
that. I just do one or two, colors and the wind will toss is in his Senior year now Aus- 9 x 13 bake 350 deg. When I pan use, and a solid commodities need attention. These are tel- VOTE :
until I have them all four in. them to the ground. They are tin Texas University. lie is a glass pan I leave It in the pan, program. This creates a great ephone rates which are far THE MAN
The others I do not take out beautiful for a short time. majoring in psychology. lie is and cover with chocolate frosting, overlapping of Bureaus by State too high in our community and ?
in summer.. I write to three young a tall and handsome young man, make with powdered sugar,cocoa' and Federal Govts. This Is why wahy do we have to pay a year-
Out $iy back door I feed Christian boys. Two are Flo- with hair cut short. Some day and a little milk. Moist & good. he 50 States Commissions on ly tax tag on Mobile Homes Joe( Ripley Jr.
a flockrof young sparrows.They rida boys I have told you about. he will make a handsome sold- Aging are working industriously which are located in permanentlots :
are beautiful, clean and I love Garry Parrish in Vietnam and ier if his name Is drawn, and Here is part of a poem a to promote a National solution -, or trailer parks?Why don'twe
,- like Dwight may walk guard at friend sent me from Colorado: to our problems whichwe have a transportation sys- ti House of Rep., Dist 17
\ a tomb. It makes one's heart What season do you like best hope will be resolved at tem which Is necessary for 4 ,
glad to know there are such of all, the White House( Conference the elderly to go to a doctor, PO PD ADV
BRIDESRegistered wonderful young men. The Spring,the Summer,Win- u be chaired by Pres. NixonIn buy groceries and use In case
Shoopee! I have had fun with ter, Fall? Nov. 1971.Leading -
my telephone on damp days Each season brings beauty, up to the solutionof -
for over a year. Ha! Down the what a wonderful plan! our problems of income and
At Bullington's road 2 miles is a small town With nature's gifts that are Medicare, there has been a
free. All meant for man. tentative agreement by the U.S. We
where my son lives. Their tel- Repair :
ephone wires are all under- God is good to make this plan. Finance In Comm.Social Security that a 10 bene-%JO Increase -
ground. I am on a private line, fits should be passed Immed-
H but somehow their cable gets Wherein the golden summer iately with to start
i Miss Rita Ellington connected with mine and when days are gone. We welcomethe Jan. 1, 1971 with a minimum TYPEWRITERS
Mt. Summit dials all they get Autumn with cooler days, of $100 per month to a single
s' is me. Ha! I have to laughas blue skies, flowers, and flocks beneficiary at the same time.
; November
some are In a hurry and of birds. Further encouragementcomes ADDING MACHINES
so disgusted. So since I can Oh, the days of summer, glad from 15 bl-partlsansen-
c Miss Karen Breeden talk and ring anyone, I help and pure and bright; ators who have introduced a bill
them. Some are needing hog Golden with the sunshine, full for National Health Insurance. CALCULATORS :
feed, the garage about their of sweet delight, Passage of this bill will mean
December cars, sickness, and I make the Ah, there comes an end to better health care for the Na-
call and deliver the message, summer, roses fade away; Rentals
tion. Although this.bill bay not Sale Service
Miss Carol Reddish and have gotten acquainted with In each life there comes an be passed during the present ,
so many nice people. In Mt. Autumn with its skies of gray. session of Congress, it well
Miss Tryphinia McRae Summit is a canning factory -From an old song of child be a major issue in the 1972 I Bradford County TelegraphPhone
They often have to call work- hood. elections.
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1,797 Persons Receive $1.5 Million MONDAY, OCTOBER 12 ,
In Federal Retirement Funds H-rw. 14Two
undefeated teams met tc
The amount of money flow gure covering the past year head-on Monday, Oct. 12 and KEEP
ing Into Bradford County each retirement and disability; payments when the final gun sounded, the
month In the form of Federal are now going to 1.797 two teams were still undefeatedas
retirement pensions has Increased persons In the local area as the game ended In a 14-14
considerably In the last compared with 1,469 four yearr
few years. ago. tie.Andrews Drugs drew first
Because of the vast changes As a result, Bradford residents blood as Jeffrey Norman broke
made In the social security; are now collecting a totalof loose for a gallop of 40 yards, GREEN
law the number of local beneficiaries $1,500,000 annually,a marked then ran for a two points con- INMAN
and the size of their Increase over the$987OOOthey version to make the score 8-0
checks are greater than ever. were receiving four years ago. Andrews. K.F.C. came right
According to the official flTHg Most of them are retired back with the Kick-off and X HTa
workers or their widows,child- marched 38 yards for a '
ren and parents. The others touchdown. The big gainer wasa "
are disabled workers and their 35 yard pass run by Leonard
dependents.The Johnson. Doug Reddish then
..... findings are contained In swept the end for six points. Your ClerkCircuit
the annual report of the Social Reddish then swept the other
Security Administration. It end for a two point conversionand .... I -
lists, for every county In the at halftime the game was .,
United States, the number of tied 88. 11 ",
people on the retirement rolls In the second half,Doug Jones
and the payments to them, as of put Andrews back in front catch- s"
the beginning of this year. ing a Norman pass for six
Nationally, there are more points. The conversion failed CourtTwo
than 25 million men women and Andrews led 148.With time
and children receiving benefits running out-K.F.C. made a last
as against less than 21 effort drive which paid off as ton corduroy in-a Kibless soft: shade cot
million In 1965. They are collecting Doug Reddish went In from three jf chamois Is the choice fora
nearly $27 billion a yards out. The all Important stylish pant suit The side-
year. conversion failed and the game buttoned midi coat features a
In Bradford County, pension ended, 14-14. high inset waist band and I Year Term ,
payments at the close of the FDiST FEDERAL 6 coMMUNITY squared off collar. By Patty .
year were at the annual rate Woodard of California. .
per beneficiary of in contrast
rate First Federal and CommunityBank
to the 1965 of$672.
In their
both winless
A further Increase Is In effect
only other league game,squared
at the present time, by off in the second game and first COUNTY TELEGRAPH

virtue benefits of by legislation 15 per cent boosting across they Federal had their scored hands the on first the time ball I Published every Thursday On November 3 1970 you will decide which of the two

the board. as Clay CilhooLv found AI Chap- at 138 W. Call Street candidate now running will serve you as Clerk of your Circuit
Just how much a person or Starke, Florid 32091 The best Interests of our
for the next two years.
FIRST NAME IN in man all alone In the end zone Court
SMALL CARS' his dependents benefits depends upon retirement for a touchdown.The Second class postage paid county require that your decision be a wise one. In making;
the amount contributed to the play covered 10 yards at Starke Florida this Important decision, I trust that you will lay aside :
JTMTSUNGAINESVILLE social security trust fund, and that was the ball game. personalities prejudice and party labels and base your vott :
Both teams mounted scoring
through payroll deductions, threats several times In the Subscription Rates: upon a careful assessment of the QUALIFICATIONS of the two :
during the worker's active In trade
area: $5.00 per
remaining moments ofthegamebut candidates
2nd Avt. tad St. S. I I;. years. each teams defense proved year; 2.75 six months. :
checks lar-
Now with pension
Gainesville Florida eer than In tho neat and with more capable than the offense. Outside trade area: $5.50 In asking for your vote, I earnestly and humbly ask you :
more people covered, the Influx per year; $3.00 six months to weigh and consider my qualifications for this Important
of cash Into the local area STARKE BLDRS AND GOOD- office. I offer you Twenty-three years experience in business -
from this source has In MAN'S STAND. OIL WIN
NEWEST management, twenty-three years experience in office :
Goodman's their second
Importance. It represents a won SERVICE SCHEDULE
procedures bookkeeping, and record keeping.
Answer sizeable part of the money In game of the season and Starke CATHOLIC ChurchesST. ;
circulation. Builders evened their recordto
Social security; taxes have 1-1 Thrusday, Oct. 8 as the FnWARDJS.SUrkesfJiinaav Most important, I offer you the experience that I have ;=

.AND.TO HOMECLEAN.UP FARM generally been, going up proportionately first Bantam week Flag of play.League closed the Mara. 10 atn.Inunaay gained during the time In which I have been privileged to ::
although no changeis '
serve as the Clerk of Circuit ourt.; :
PROBLEMS expected this despitethe your "Experience is the
year Mast. I:W p.m. best teacher and Is vital .:
15 per cent Increase. to the operation of this office.
Mleaculoui Medal Navies: ,
@ Saturday' 7 p.m. ..

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,r; low-frequency radio sys- Man Novena
tem is being developed to locate 7 p.m. Be Forever Appreciated

\ miners and communicatewith J J... MARY'S Macclenny .)
GOULDSWaterGun them in underground
emergencies. The earth absorbs I I Sunday mare, 12 Noon (PD. POL. ADV. REP.) ----.o

too much energy from -

V'' i .Adds 80 pounds to intake pressure high-frequency waves but Ii- :.
Delivers$6 gallons per minute Westinghouse scientists say
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'Jit Poultry Houses Booster Service can be made to pass throughthe
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Reasonable Prices
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& do-it-yourself' / projects whenwe
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For one thing, the new bills each fund. The funds' are gen- Plymouth, Charley E. Johns -'- .= :;- : _
Rains -
Bills will list five different amounts, eral revenue, 4.914 mills; road Agency, Slade Gas, Starke Keep -
the amount a taxpayer owes if & bridge, 1.044 mills; fine & Builders Supplies, Bradford ,
he pays his taxes In Novem- forfeiture, 1.78 mills; public County Telegraph, Dr. J.E. County Wett t
Hit Mails ber, December, January, February health, 0.569 mills; general Denmark.
and March. The amount schools, 10.0 mills; district interest Rainfall through 8 a.m. Wed- Go
listed opposite March, when no &sinking funds(schools), B&E nesday has more than doubledthe
TomorrowTen discount is allowed, Is the total 0.800 mills. A seventh listingin Vogue .73-inch 50-year averagefor t
that column will list the
tax bill. the month of October, according -
As in years past, taxpayers mlllage for a citizen who livesIn to the Florida Department ahead
thousand new computerized will get a discount for paying a municipality; in the coun- (Continued from Page One) of Forestry headquarters
tax bills totaling $1,022- early. In November the discount ty, since the county Is now on SR-100. "
000 in ad valorem and personal is four per cent, December collecting taxes for Starke, such equipment could easily County average to date this '
property taxes will hit the malls three percent, January two per Lawtey, Hampton, Brooker. month Is 1.93 inches. The San- :
have picked locks on the doorsof t
to Bradford Taxpayers tomor- cent, and in February one per- For Instance, a taxpayer witha the factory.Vogue ta Fe tower leads with 2.2. USB. '
value of would
taxable $3,900
cent. The new bill gives the Inches, the Louis 11111 tower
has shut down Its operation -
row.The will look pay $19.16 to the general revenue at has recorded 2.1
new tax bills taxes owed, after deducting the Lawtey
here an undetermined
different and will contain more fund, $4.07 to the road & Inches and the New River
appropriate discount, for each
Information than ever before, bridge fund' $6.94 to the fine period. Theft of the ma- tower 1.5 Inches. our
of those months. t tt
chines, a vital link in the sew-
& forfeiture lund $2.22 to the
says Tax Collector J.R. Kelly. Another thing the new tax ing operation, makes It Impos- Rainfall In September aver- t
lie wants taxpayers to read bills do is list the mlllage of public health fund, $39.00 to sible to operate until they are aged 4.18 inches, also more
the school fund, $3.12to
general than double the 1.97-lnch 50
their bills carefully to avoid each fund and the dollar a- recovered or replaced, n&tne.
the district interest and
confusion. mount the taxpayer pays forhw Chief Chambers.The year average for the month. '
sinking fund.
----- theft occured sometime
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lived In Starke, which has a between 6:30: p.m. Saturday and t
tax rate of 7.5 mills, he would 3 p.m. Sunday. It was reportedto Tax Fees I.
I City Fish & Meat I II pay $29.25 to the city. The total police by the manager, "
(Continued from Page One
tax bill, the amount listed Charles T. Flynn, about 3:30:

opposite March, would be $103. p.m. Sunday. ting Into a head knocking has- t

I Market I II 76. lature sle. We established all know no the fee.Legis-ThatIs t .' .V

the problem." Tucker sug- Drop our name around town when you shop :,

fin1 E. HIIOWNLEE) ST. I'H. 981-8077 I II Scramble Council. gested two alternatives: or pay bills. Your personal checks written on .J'
I 1)Walt for the Florida Legislature our bank can set your money
to establish a fee. matters straight quickly, safely, conveniently. t
Home Owned By II (Continued: from Page 2) The city to pay the countyon For checking at Its best, ask for us by name.
''Continued from Page One) basis. ,
three scrambles. To set a flat percentage fee
I This annual project 01 ui" is not right, Tucker concluded
of n.S&ll and both have offIces -
Itardenhrook is back with the week- Chamber of Commerce is designed -
Hilly us on Hendricks Ave.In Jack
I end.: Hilly welcomes all his friends to come on I to promote of Bradford the Interestof Countyin sonville. The city placed $2,000 In its 1 FLORIDA
the youth
Meat Selections Contracts for the two firms new budget Tucker said in answer -
I by -ind see these Fine Fresh I livestock raising and agri to questions by Commission -
were given unanimous approval
such as these culture. Its success can be Buck Norman. It was Justa -
I I measured by the number of Tuesday night on a motion by > BANK AT STARKEMember
figure the city "arrived at,
SPECIALS winners who have bred Councilman Jimmy McRae and
II previous
I seconded by Councilman Tucker said to prob-
their calves to start their own Bowen.A ing. Councilman Noegel pointed Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
quality herds. Each boy obtaining out that what the City of Ocala
sidelight to financing the
I a calf also agrees to
FRESH PORK SALE carry out a pasture improve- planned electrical expansionwas pays. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

Whole I'i-rH' From 60 to 80 Ibs. Cut for Deep I ment and feed production pro- Durrance the ,appearance who termed of himselfa J.R. ** "I can't justify charging;you I
and show Ms calf at the ::: _
I Freeze and Wrapped. I gram annual Bradford County Fair. gent.consultant, not a fiscal a- ourselves all less ,that" Commission we have to Ralph pay :: : :_ :

The 1970 cosponsors
II sponsors Bryan stated.
I Pound AQc and contributors who have
donated funds make this event
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I FRESH PORK SIDE 59c lb. II possible Sponsors are: as Bradford follows: County city a proposal on financingthe
generator, but was
Farm Bureau, the DuPontCom-
FRESH BACKBONE - 69c lb. I II pany, Bradford Furniture Corp. told the city already has a
contractural with GILBERT
I agreement
Starke Community, Florida State Bank Bank of at Harvey I. Hennan &Associates. S. ( GIB ) wr t
PORK HAMS 69c lb.
FRESH - I Starke, 1st Federal Savings & Durrance then said he would _
Loan Assn.,Florida Gas Trans have to familiarize himself with __
I Fresh PORK SHOULDERS 49c lb. II mission Co., Owen Joist of the Hennan contract to see if b'
it will be ethical for him to t
Florida, Inc., Clay Electric Cooperative S"e k
I SMOKED OR WHITE BACON I II Shrine Club.CoSponsors, .Winn-Dixie, Starke make a proposal to the city. DROWN

by the piece - 49c Ib. : North Florida
I Poultry Producers Assn., City Clerk Merrill l Edwards,

I FRESH OYSTERS, SHRIMP AND II Truest Construction Co., Mid- however, definitely has the Idea
Florida Production Credit that Durrance can come up
CEDAR KEY MULLET I Assn., Torode Oil Co. with the necessary financial resources .JJ 4;
Contributors: Bradford Coun- without a bond issue,
I The Friendly Folks At The I ty Fair Assn., Bradford-Union If the city can offer substan- DEMOCRATICCandidate e ra
Cattlemen's Assn., Bradford tial enough securities.
I. City Fish & Meat Mkt. County Hospital Auxiliary, "We all know the city can't )wtt: _
I Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds, Garden afford an $800,000 to $1 million -
Restaurant, Jackson Build- bond Issue without going
I Fried without something we're usedto
STARCH: FLA. PHONE 964-8077 Ing Supply, Kentucky "
providing, the clerk told
I Chicken, Holiday Inn, Noegel
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to Manage Business In
I."> -" :' ) DECORATOR A Lifelong Democrat your i

,...\', : of"j CURIOS A Message To Our Customers and Friends: The Courthouse. He knows the
I;. ... Avulibli, in "Thank You" for making it possible (for us to reach this goal of 100 stores We pledge a A Man
Family Sons
3 Grand
""" Gold Whit, or to continue to bring you the very best values in Furniture, Floor Covering, Appliances and Problems of the Working Man. i
Mirror Natural Panel Wood' Home Entertainment. Wex re--creatlf) indebted to you our customers, (for allowing us to children '.

$228? serve you. ItI will]1 always 1 conduct your Office '':.
Chairman of thm Board Preeld.nl Member of First United Methodist
and up with COURTESY AND EFFI ;
Church Serves Administrative
ChildsRocker on CIENCY and for the best interest ''I,

14 Inch. Hot' Fit !! FOR THESE FREE AWARDS!' of all the GOOD PEOPLE OF ;
se Sturdy.

$495 0 GRAND PRIZE: '*" Member of Bradford Lodge: F & A i

Red or M Past Worshipful Master Scottish *
I With Purchase Rite Mason Member of

y r- (Up to 100 square yards) or More orocca Temple Past President of OFFICE IN A CONSERVATIVE ;

i'S_ Your choice., of_.any Cupel, wt carry a1 alv\ Starke Shrine Club Serving ,'
"- y in regular oc MANNER TRYING ALWAYS J
w dilv4 a Thu >lso Includes Padding, end Installation. -
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I 10 flllST PRIZES 100 SECOND PARES Customs ear!ifoctian la fully Member of the Starke Chamber of DOWN TO SAVE
guaront.od by the W. S. Badcack
W' II 10 GENERAL ELECTRIC 100 EUREKA A Corporation.eociat, doale and your. 'local' Bcdcack Commerce. (Civic-Minded DedTHE TAX PAYERS ALL the

74 Iq. Inch tiewlni. area Baked.nem.l tinith ment of Bradford County.)
All chenn.l VHf UHF On wheat far any mowing
j I Built. .in VHF antenna 7 PC. tool I.t t (,included) / *
$99.95 Value $39.88 Value / HUUMM4 GILBERT S. (GIB) BROWN is

Member of Bradford County Farm a Man who speaks the Language
07 DC flig.tt.tr aa often II you with. Award will. ba madt attar Dec. 31, 1970. Wa will, of Times ,
w: notify' winners, by I.tt.rom/ Corporation, oil ice,. Bureau. (Dealer For Farm Bureau our and Acts with the
If >ou win art 1 item you have already, purchased during' the 100th 3(0( '. Promotion, -&
you will tacaiva a full. rdund Tires & Assessories). Wisdom of Maturity.

} j. d A Man who !knows the Value of a
Sliding \twin ale' irt on top Ad. $ .
mutable ihelvet ii.. Jlh, top and b.... 48a !;p I MODERN Dollar and has proven his Honesty Gib Brown will! be your FullTimeClerk. .'

Walnut finish 35">15"i 63' high He Will be in the Clerk's
an P.e TV RECLINER r7 & Integrity in His Business. : j

P SOled loam toot, welted loot, eel Office at all times. I
button tuftedmloread channel back. Re /
vinjl. co...,, I.
J ._. Your vote and will Be ,
17-- I Support appreciated on General Election -

1 $4995 ..
November 3 1970.
Colon: ,
:i'',, TOw'- Compare at $59.95 e1ica ; .

I I' .I I / yl I a Oafd Oon. OORCK10 GILBERT S. ( GIB ) BROWN \
L : Ba Ock Will Txe l OUR rg/;/ t

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I 1 i Democratic Candidate Clerk of Circuit Court
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70" UTILITY CABINET' 30"WARDROBE- a s s a Vote For Gilbert S. (Gib)) Brown Tuesday

Sturdy 2 door Utility with, 4 roomy Sturdy metal win, full width shelf.shelwl. .
Spring door catenae 30" Spnni door catchei Sahara. W.". II
< 12" > 63" hiH Whit, e.terioi.Ao.ua nut Imlih 30"I U".6)" high' November
Interior. Compare at$34 95WM Compare. et S3*99. 3,1970Tax

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Force Newt About Col. Wm. H. Edwards, Gov. Claude Kirk has desig- NOTES
son of Mrs. Eula M. Edwards nated the week of Oct 18-24
I II And In Bradford f
of Klngsley Lake has been as Industry Appreciation Week IMPORTANT AMENDMENTJohn Dependants CountyAn
OUR SERVICEMEN awarded the newly established In honor of those who contribute -

I meritorious service medal to the improvement of the Myers Chamber manager estimated $641,000 Inflnalclal For the entire state, which
while serving with the U.S. Ar- economic environment of Florida announces that the Florida aid of various kinds has a veteran population of 937-

r Navy Airman Robert G. my Strategic Transportation State Chamber of Commerce went to needy veterans and to 000, the total amount spent was
Command In Germany.Col. upon recommendation of Its the dependents of deceased $327,601,000.
Thornton, husband of the for-
..- Edwards received the In his letter forwarding the
; mer Miss Geraldine Mooty of State and Community Develop- erans In Bradford County during
> 200 E, Adklns. Starke has been award for his last assignmentwith proclamation, Gov. Kirk said ment Division, encourages the the past fiscal year. Tire A breakdown of the $641,000
graduated from Aviation Or- the office of the Deputy "Industry provides the neces- passage of Constitutional Amendment figure was derived from detailed In benefits going to those In
dance "A" Naval Air ,, Chief of Staff for Logistics sary Jobs for Florida's rapidly No.4. which will data for the State of the local area shows that approximately -
Technical Training School Command! Y i, during the period, Dec. 1968 Increasing population and has add Section 14 to Article VH Florida released by the Vet. 63 percent was for
"r"rti ,
Jacksonville. se to May 1970. He is now serv- formed a tripod with agriculture of the State Constitution. erans Administration In Its report pensions and compensations to
ing as commanding officer of and tourism to provide If approved, this section together for the year. living veterans and to the dePendents -
-- Headquarters of the 2nd Move- a solid economic foundation for with enabling legislation Among benefits received In of former veterans.
ments Region He entered the our State." passed by the} 1970 Legislature addition to pensions and com-
: the 'ratio
Nationally 57
; at David of was
i i M. Scott 20. son Army in June 1952 and holds would allow state assistance pensation, were hospital and .
Mrs. Sheryle A. Rosier Law- awards of the Army Commen- The Starke-Bradford County for sewage treatment projects health care education and percent
tey was promoted to Army Airman Rebecca M. Snyder dation Medal and the Bronze Chamber of Commerce Joins by local government, as well training business and housing According to the annual re-
specialist five Aug. 20 near daughter of Mr.and Mrs.JamesH. Star Medal. with the Governor in saluting as enable them to receive greater loans. Insurance and various
Bong Son, Vietnam, while ser- Breeden Keystone Heights, Co. Edwards received his BSF Bradford County Industry and federal assistance becauseof others.Thelocalexpenditureforpem. Spent lnmthelnltediStates In
ving with the 299th Engineer has received her first U.S. Air Degree from the University of voicing. appreciation for the state participation. fiscal 1969 to provide benefitsand
Battalion. Force duty assignment after Florida In 1952. His wife the contributions made by industryto sions and compensations alone! facilities for the 27,300.000Uving
A bulldozer operator in the completing basic training at former June Caldwell Is with local We look
the economy. related to the veteran population veterans and for the dependents -
battalion's company C, Spec. Lackland AFB Tex. him In Germany. *
forward with confidence to Increased of Bradford County, wss of deceased veterans.
U.S. Air Foree bocto;CMaJor) Scott entered the Army in May The airman has been assigned selective industrial Women seek to avoid the argument equivalent to $350 per living
Alfred B. Watson Jr., son of 1969 and was stationed at Ft.Bennlng to a unit of the Strategic AirField growth in the years ahead, to over mini or midi veteran an all time high far With the munber of them on
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Watson Sr., Ca., before arriving A girl can't get to be a complement the agriculturalbase skirts by going to pants suits, cash benetitsandservicaeThle the rise In all sections of the
West Lakevlew Drive Keystone overseas. Airman Snyder is a 1970 gra- widely publicized Ur these of our economy" mana- which only means we'll behaving figure was arrived at ty country, due to the war In
Heights, has arrived to assume His father James W, Scott, duate of Bradford High School, days just with a pretty face ger Myers said. a debate over bow dividing the total outlay by tie, Vietnam Congress has been
the position of director of base lives in Miami. Starke. and figure. She also has to long the pants should be. number of local veterans which urged to step up the amountof
medical services with the 3615th have a Vietnam policy the VA places at 1.830. assistance provided for their

USAF Dispensary at Craig AFB,

Ala.Major 'a. '1a j!i BUY IT TODAY'LAY
Watson served at Tuy +

lies AB, Vietnam as director '
base medical services for the 'y IT AWAYIFREE!
31st Tactical Fighter Wing prior m
to his appointment at Craig.
The major' attended Melrose '
High School He received aBA
degree in 1959 from Emory + I f WITH ANY $1O.OO
University Atlanta and his hit ,. / OI MORI LAYAWAY
M.D. degree in 1963 at the Sar I
university's Medical School.He re ; ., 7 PIECE
also earned an M.P.H.degree In it I 1 C.YSTALCUT
1967 at the University of 1 .
California at Berkeley and is a ? r SALAD SET

member of Sigma Chi. ......'r RtTAIl VALUI
His wife Barbara Is the ..- ...: / $1.49

Ga. Airman Larry F. Kelly son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Jones, Route I, Starke, has 712 I"MIIN OUR MIN'S & 10YI' DIPT. .20 ITIMS IN OUR HOUS.WARn DIPT.MEN'S a
completed basic training at '*

been assigned WShep rdAFB, POCKET
Texas for training In the trans- OR GIRLS'POLO I
portation field. He Is a 1970 PRESS T-SHIRTS SOCKS r
of Bradford High BIKES
graduate SHIRTS Snort sleeves.I
I I School. Short sleeves. Soft absorbent S-T-R-E-T-C-N home: fenders,
1 1 i Dacron 100% Cotton. "Bani on" The front handbrake.

\ 'i.' e''I' .. ;. & Cotton Assortment of 'J\\\ for Famous famous Name lonf !Safety coaster ';{
collar Drakes. White
Reg. .y popular colon. 4r
+ d d Navy Airman Apprentice Ken- 14 to IT. Sizes Small, V-i: wear and perfect !Side walls.Cold. j
J '' ", :?t neth M. Premo, son of Mr. YOUSAVI Medium andLarge. _: Sj fit.' Asst. colors. or Blue .
Sizes 10 to 13.
and Mrs. Melvin C. Premo IN CARTON
of Route 1 I. Keystone Heights 33< -

J, recently graduated from the 4L
/ a, 28-day recruit training courseat
l' the Naval Air Reserve
l'J .r Training Unit, Memphis Term. A+'
J n He will now report to a special e i 3LM '.., +
Navy Class "A" School
and upon graduation will assume '- air- n YOU SAVI 3.00 1; .
':,j duties in the Navy Re- '
serve program attending train- t' ''. PROCTOR SILEX S1EAM-DRY EAGLE PORTABL.80YS' ? ,-

I""f.,y Pv4 1:.J. Michael: W. Rhoden, Ing one weekend a month at a
Co. H, !tat Bn, Student Enlistment facility near his home. ., ( BOYS'QUILTED IRONS RADIOS '
QMS"Bde"71-44.: Fort ; .,; ... &
LeeVa.. 23801,completed basic
I training at "'ortCampbell.Kentucky '' JACKETS tarts IJI 'III\ :x, ',
Lance Corporal Jerry E. I- 100% Colton Denim. Machine I steam "Ir.tilrn" d; a.-
on Sept 11.
Spears, son of Mr. and Mrs. v / WITH HOOD washable.. Bartacked reins 'C '
is '
Pvt. Rhoden stationed
now '
s '
E.I I. Orleman of Route 1 Law- 100% Nylon nmy at all points Fabric w' ,
I at Ft Lee, Va. Quartermaster > *SK "' dill out ,+ ;
Supply School. He graduated ley, Is serving at Marine Bar- throuahout.b of strain. front. i
from Bradford High School In racks, North Island Naval Air + Sites 4 to 7.
the Class of 1970. Station, San Diego, Calif. Siies 8 to IB. i r '+{
YOU SAV11.06 YOU SAV113< 1 Model N 12103 ,
lie Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. _
W.C. Rhoden, Starke.


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colors and r \rTRr I piece i .. '

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the uelt'n, new AUTOMATIC YOU YOU SAY' Alit
Jwt DIAL rwrcomferll "
l'wa atom** to starter Quantity' ,-I" .::0-\;;: 1 1 1 /
HOME HEATER stopttwnoOftSWUPInow t l ', / 1 Rights Jtt.t. '
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I glv.* you mmmzlmgSWEEPING a" ti YOU SAVI y1t
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F ooR HEATns
a FOLDING WOOD STOOLS ...... $1.18 1
.. lauva fa the floor boat ontttt sra motor .... M SKIN CREAM
taffeta bIck find btII-..wA. .V tAa bid over the goo .u aw /. Unpainted mahofany. Fold flat for ltor" ". TOOTH

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colors. Sizes 3 to 6X. FORK, SPOON OR SPOON 6 oz.
"It's A Fact You Can YOU SAVI.. 41. 88< DOZEN 49< VALUI VALUI 1.10 '

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Courtesy Pay

... ::dI"s. 0 womi"u'f Hidden DividendsIt

_: .' to "thank !I"
.,: 1 pays nay you
Eastern National Bank of

Smithtown, L.I., establishedthe SLADE GAS
policy of having its presi
Jd dent greet and thank new de-

By Martha Sue McCain\ positors by letter.It .
was this courtesy that
County Extension
Home proved the undoing of a much PereSeasonIIEATIG
Agent I wanted burglarforger.For .
nearly a the robber
year -
would break into houses

Chances are that you use and steal from six to nine
sugar to sweeten foods. But checks: from the center of the SALE
did you know that sugar has a ; victim's checkbook.
lot of other talents, too: ? Sugar He would then open an ac-
adds to the lightness, color ri 'r r aJ count with the victim's name
and fine grain of baked pro- in a bank near the burglarizedhome.

ducts.tein. With It tenderizes sugar In egg a mixture pro-- l .Making even-numbered : Great Bargains To You
you beat more air Into Li* deposits, a balance of $500to
egg whites and the foam $1,000 first would be builtUI
is more stable. This raises ) with the forged checks Our CustomersWe
the temperature at which egg and $300 to $500 would be
cells can expand before being withdrawn well before the
set by oven heat. The slow Slade bank's monthly statements appreciate your Business, and to proveIt
Family CaravanPictured
coagulation of egg protein due were issued. Act Early and
to sugar, results In a smooth check these 3 Specials
custard. Puddings, pie fillings, The banker's thank-you
and desserts sauces owe their as they left Starke van, consisting of cars and designed to tell "a very simple letter to a "new depositor'' Save!
body and smoothness to sugar. Sunday afternoon are membersof camper units, were candidate story-- whether or not the alerted one of the Victims. He
To prevent lumping, mix the the Tom Slade family cara- Slade, his wife, Corky, his parents people of this area, which is notified the police. They set
sugar and starch together before van, embarking on a three day three sisters, one bro- more kin to my home area, the trap, and made the arrest. WARM-UP SPECIAL
combining with the liquid. tour of West Florida. At left ther-in-law, several reporters, want a Dade County; labor union -
Tom Slade, lawyer, or a good, conser- Courtesy really does pay!
Frozen desserts are smooth are Mr. and Mrs. The caravan was Joined at different -
because sugar lowers the freezing Sr.. parents of the Republican *points along the route vative businessman" In the office -
point of the mixture to candidate for State Treasurerand by friends and supporters in State Treasurer.

be frozen. This factor, plus Insurance Commissioner. the Florida Panhandle. nit Another next week caravan from Gainesville will start, "If I were 21, I would urge
stirring, makes tiny Ice cry- Family members in the cara- Slade said the caravan was tl.e candidate said. that room be made for my generation
stals In the food. The resultsIs ; in the exciting and

product.a smooth And when and making a creamy hot Brussels sprouts,squash, spin- like. So the next time you're or ascorbic acid in Jar on top challenging world of business.If .
cocoa, blend the dry cocoa with ach, asparagus, turnips, cauliflower face to face with a turnip or a of fruit. Seal Jars and place in I were 21, I would have faith i
sugar befofe combining It with and rutabagas. These rutabaga, don't shudder..Eat, a water bath at boiling. Cook that business would not let me
the liquid. This makes the cocoa vegetables are also the ones and be merry. You may find 30 minutes. When cool store down and I would face the future r
smoother, thanks to the versatility many children In the studies you really dig that dish.PERSIMMONS in a cool dark place. (A large with optimism. An optimism
didn't know much pot with a rack in bottom and
; of sugar. they built on faith in a system
about. But give child good deep enough to permit water to
your which has met and solved
eating habits which he may keep If you have persimmons now cover Jars by one inch.)Needsa problem which it has con-
What kind of eating habits for life. You should acquaint and would like to keep some to tight fitting cover.
fronted. I would be to
does your child have? "Ter- your children with a wide variety use later, you may be Interestedin eager
rible," you may want to say ; of foods. Introduce now the following information. e e w tackle my opportunities as a
Well you're In lots of com- foods into your\ meals so the CANNED PERSIMMON PULP Fashion designers are reported problem solver this system.W. ."
pany. Studies show that children child will become familiar with to be desperate because W. Keeler, Chairmanand
,usually do not like foods them. Youngsters are also Influenced Wash choice fruit. Remove the midi doesn't sell. Chief Executive Officer,
They can always bring back
with which they are not tam War. by what the other members seed and pack Into clean pint the bustle. Phillips Petroleum Company
For:: example, they don't like of the family like or dls- Jars. Place 1/4 teaspoon citric




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TO VOTE for a person whose name is printed en the 'ballot? place a cross (X) mark in the square at the Right of the name of

the Person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a write-in candidate write his name in the blank spare provided for that purpose. ONLY $68.77

CONGRESSIONAL Member, No. 4Constitutional
State House of
For United States Senator Representatives
17 House District Amendment

f 'ote for One) (Vote fOe) Article VU, Section 14
RILL CRAMS t I I Pollution Abatement The Last Word in Comfort
JOE RIPLBY, JU. (Rep) -Proposing an amendment -
(Rep) I I I to Article] VII of the Constitution by

LAWTON CHILES, I I adding :subsection 14' permitting the issuance -
(Dem) II I WAYNE HOLLI GSW( R'fJlDem'I-L( ) i when authorized by law, of state
bonds to finance the construction of air and :
UI COUNTY'a cr pollution control and! abatement and
waste disposal facilities.
STATE For Clerk of the Circuit Court WALL FURNACE

For Governor and Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One) FOn TilE AMENDMENT I I t

(Vote for Group) IN\IAN:; D. GREEN (Rep.) J I AGAINST I !
CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR. I I II filE AMEND\lgl'T:: : in iP! il'IIili

for Governor (Rep) I '
GILBERT S. (GIB) m OWN (Dem I I No. 5Constitutional 3
RAY C. OSBORNE "-'- -- 1
For Lieutenant Governor I I U Amendment ;'' I ;==

RUBIN ASKEW I I Article X Section 11 ,111----
for Governor (Dem) II I !, Proposed Amendments To The Land Sales-Pl'opollin im amendment to I I II IA

TOM: ADAMS Section 11 of Article X of the Florida Constitution \
Costitution Of The State Of I
For Lieutenant Governor providing authority for sale of
Florida sovereignty submerged lands only when In .
I I the public interest and providing authority
Mark a Cross (X) Mark in the square at for 1 private use of !sovereignty' submerged
I I I the right FOR the Amendment or lands only when not contrary to the public 1 1y
1 AGAINST the Amendment interest.

Secretary of State No. 1Constitutional
)Fon TilE : I I
::. (Vote for One) Amendment AMENDMENT_

DON D. MEIKLEJOHN I Article VI Section 2 I
(Rep) I

RICHARD (DICK) STONE I IS Year Old Voting. Proposing!' an amendment No. 6Constitutional
(Dem) I \ to Section 2 of Article VI of the Constitution -
piovidini that every citizen of the Amendment

Attorney General United States who 1 is 1 at least eighteen years Article III, Section 15(b) j
of and who hM been resi
age a permanent "
(Vote for One) TI'presentatlvc\-pl.opo'ling:\ :' an amendment 1
d"nt/ for one year in the state and six I
THOM RUMBEP.GER I to the State Constitution; amending Section
months in the County if registered as
\ pro15 (b) of Article III
(Rep) I vided by law shall he an elector of that ; providing for four
year terms for members of the House of
ROBERT L. SHEVIN I I county. Repipsentatives.FOIJ .
(Dem) I

Comptroller FOr: TIlE AMENDMENT: n i n
I 65,000 BTU --- Heats Up To
(Vole for One) I I I I
(Rep) I No. 2 No. 7

Constitutional Amendment
(Dem) \I I Constitutional Amendment Thermostat Keeps even tempera-

For State Treasurer Article X, Section 14 Article VII, Section 9 ture, Counter Flow Pulls unused heat off

: ( for One) 18 Year OldIIJo1'1ty.:; Proposing! an amen- Local] School Capital TmprovementsProVote ceiling and spreads it hack evenly over' the

TOM SLADE meat Section to the 11 State to Article Constitution X, providing, adding that anew posing> an amendment to Article] VII. Section floors. where you need it. Economical to in
I \ !9) of the State
to authorize
(Rep) every person shall reach legal majority} school boards to levy ad valorem taxes in stall and, economical to operate. ONLY

THOMAS D. O'MALLEY I I li upon attaining the' age of eighteen years excess of ten mills for periods up to ten Rear and Side
(Dem) i and thereafter shall have all the rights and
years for capital improvement
) of adult. purposes Vents at Small OO
responsibilities:! an \when
Commissioner of Education authorized by vote of electors who 239'
are owners of freeholds not wholly' exempt Extra Cost.
(Vote for One) FOR THE AMENDMENT Ii I from taxation.


(Dem) I 1 No. 3 AGAINST: AMENDMENT( : : I I, r r

Constitutional Amendment

Commissioner Florida Public Article V SLADEGAS
Commision Group 2

( for One) Judiciary-Proposing a revision of Article
LINVote V of the State Constitution relating to the

DAVID [.. (Rep) I I I Judjcial] Department of the Government. : AND APPLIANCES


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I. /"LAWTEY '-' "I First Pecan Ladies GolfTournament Stolen Car 3 ChargedFor

t -, I II Found BurnedAt

X By; EM Blancbard I II Auction SetThe GamblingKenneth

,I I IHOMECOMING season's first pecan auction Set SundayA LawteyA Bagwell of Starke
SUNDAYCroce Is set Thursday. Nov. :5. has been arrested, on charges
at 1 p.m. at Starke State Far- stolen car, partially of operating a gambling house
: United 'Methodist CHURCH SCHEDULES Rev. and Mrs.J.O. Hauler- mer's Market, according to Scotch-Foursome Tourna- stripped and burned, was found at the Blue Tavern on East
Church held Ita annual Home- Grace United Methodist;; Sun- son of Orlando scent Thursdayand Market Manager Bob Allen. ment Is set Sunday, Oct.: 25, by early Sunday morning at the Brownlee Street.
caning on Sunday. Dr. W.W. day School 9t45 Worship ser- Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Nuts will be weighed-in between the Starke Ladles Golf Association. : Lawtey garbage dump. The complaint,signed by W.R.
Roughton brought an Inspiring vices, U a.m. and 8 pjn., L.P. Rafuse. the hours of 8 a.m.and Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish DeWItt, a state beverage agent,
message and mod music was MYF 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Mrs. W.H. Hall and Mr. and noon the morning of the auct A covered dish supper Is said the car, a 1969 Chevelle charges that the violation occurred -
furnished\ by the choir. After Wednesday 8 pjn. Mrs. Clarence Rhoden of Jack- ion.It scheduled at 6 p.m. followingthe super sports model, belongingto on October 2. Bradford
the service a picnic dinner sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. appears now there will be tournament. J.W. Mclnarney, who operates County Judge T.A. Yawn set
was served and everyone enJoyed First Baptist: Sunday School L.M. McClellan on Saturday. a fair to light crop of pecans a dairy near Doctor's In- bond at$2,500.In .
visiting and fellowship- 9:45: Worship services 11 a.m. Mrs. Hall Is Mr. McClellan's locally, Allen says. Wet weather Play Is scheduled to begin at let. It was stolen while the companion cases, Bobby
lug with one another. Approximately and 7:30 p.m.. training: Union mother. Young Randal Reddishof conditions contributed to 1:30: pjn. for the nine hole owner was in the Cedar Hills and Johnny Bates have been
200 enjoyed this pleasant 6:30, Midweek services Wed- the State Farm was Satur- premature shedding of nuts here tourney. All lady golfers are movie theatre Saturday night, charged with gambling (In a
levent. nesday7:30 p.m. day overntght-of his grandparents. and there Is some scab the urged to pick a partner and en- the deputy; said. game called liar's poker), and
manager says.A Joy this afternoon of recreationat Bobby Bates and Bagwell were
from the beforeIt
Out of town visitors Included Church of God: Sunday School Mrs. Bide Peterson of Otter buyer will purchase pecansat the Starke Golf & Country Stripped burned the car aluminum charged with gambling at a
Mrs. C.Y. Mayo and daughter 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Creek was visiting her sister. the Starke market after the Club. was, racing-type were wheels, com-- pool table.
Mrs. M.R. Sparfcman of Tam- ,a.m.and 7:30 p.m. YPE Thurs- Mrs. Pervy Johns during the nuts begin to come In good, Members of the Ladles Association monly called; "mag wheels," Complaints In both os these
pa Mrs. W.W. Roughton and day 7:30 p.m.Highland week. Allen says. C.R. Bradford will will donate the the wide oval tires, the car- cases were signed by C.J.Law,
Mrs. Carrol Cumbee and sons Sunday also be available for custom covered dish supper.There will buretor (type; used In souped- a state beverage agent.

Named Head Blanchard Gainesville Jacksonville; Mis s Arthurlne;Mrs. School 9:45: a.m.Baptist, Worship: ser- Duck SeasonTo tomers.cracking of nuts for local cus- be 50 a cents charge for of children.All $1 for.adults and up engines. ), and miscellaneoustools. *
and 7:30
Dotmle Lee and daughter Just vices 11 ajn. p.m. Government report on widt-
Of ACA Group Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 e e e members of the country Reddish said the burned car
returned from Germany; Mr. OnThanksgiving spread illiteracy! 'indicate that/
and Mrs. Roger Edwards,Jack (I.m. followed by choir practice. Open No long dry summer has club are Invited to come out was discovered by persons visiting law prohibiting pornographymay
ever reduced the amount of and play In the tournament and the dump early Sunday 1 it''s the
Louie L. Wainwright of Tal- sonville; Mrs. Charles Nas- PERSONALS morning. be unnecessary i/
ahassee,was elected Presidentof worthy and son WhItehouse; mud available for the fall eat supper. kind that/ ho to be read.
the American Correctional George Hugglns Starke Mrs. political campaign.
; Jimmie Moore and Mr. and
Association at Its annual Con- Llnnle GllchrUt, Brunswick, Mrs.J.W. Thomas of Live Oak, for S5B 8i:' =*&>>:& :. 88888S88
gress of Correction In Cincin- Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. O. Bum- 'Pam of Starke Duck hunting regulations
and ).llss Perry the 1970-71 season will add

nati Florida Walnwrlght last Division Thursday.Is Director of Correctionsand of the garner Mr. and and, Green Mrs.children George Cove, Starke Springs W.; Mr.Roberta -; W.F.were Sunday"visiting Moore Micky and Mr.celebrated Micky.and Mrs.his On waterfowl and calendar extra according to days the to hunter to the the hunting Game\bag I a team for Honda's future I

Is of the
recognized as one
and Mrs. N.B. Blocker and birthday anniversary with a and Fresh Water Fish Com-
leading correctional adminis-
son and Mrs. W.M. Blocker family dinner.Wednesday mission.
trators In the nation. He has Jack to Thursday visitors ducks
Lake City; ; Mr. and Mrs. The season for hunting
been employed In correctionsand Wainwright Waycross Gal; Bill of Mrs. Flossie Rosier and coots will open one-hall
law enforcement since 1947. Ga. Mrs. her sister Mrs. Gladys sunrise Thanksgiving
Walnwrlght.\ Atlanta ; were hour before on -
and was appointed to his pre- of Kissimmee and and) I
Mattie Mlley, Lake City.; ; Thompson Day. November 26.
sent position In July 1962. Dur- ,-Mrs. Jim liobLhson with
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley daughter continue dally hunting
ing his career he has gained Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton of Charlotte N.C. The three through January 20. Reubin
experience as a police officer Hawthorn; Mr. and Mrs. spent weonesoay wim relativesat The regular duck season will ASKEW
chief correctional officer assistant Starke Mr. and Cherry Lake.
L.F. Dlnklns. ; be followed by a special scaup
superintendent, and Mrs. H.J. Cox Waldo; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Theron Groves only season from January 21 v
superintendent. Mrs. James Burton Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Starling and through January 31. The special
Wainwright received his daughter Keefea Harrell and Mrs. Malley Grids of Mac- season will be open in specifiedareas For Governor
Certificate In Corrections from daughter, Mrs. Mack Sanders, cleroiy were visiting Mrs. H.C. only. i
Florida State University; with Mrs. A.L. Perser and son, all Wainwright Sunday afternoon. New regulations provide fora I
specialized training at the Fed- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H.E. point system which will govern
eral Institution In Atlanta, and of Jacksonville; Mrs.A.H.Harley Priest and Lamar on Sunday the hunters bag limit,
the University; of Wisconsin.A- Jr., Starke and son Hank were Mr. Priest's brother, In effect, the point system can
mong his many activities, he Is Harley Merritt Island; Mr.and Granvllle Priest, and son of Increase a hunters bag from Y '
chairman of the Advisory Board Mrs. It C. Harley,Bushnel;Mr. Jacksonville.Mr. four ducks a year ago to a 4
for the Southeastern Cor- and Mrs. S.C. Harley Croyden, and Mrs. O.J. Anders possible ten ducks this year. ,
rectional and Crlmlnolgical Pa.; Miss Catherine Young were Sunday guests of Mr. and Ducks have been classifiedin 1;:
Research Center basedatFlorIda Lakeland: Mr. and Mrs.Gilbert Mrs. James Anders and family three separate point cate-
State University; ; Brown :Sttarke, Mrs. Hal Ed- of Palatka. gories, with some valued at
Walnwright Is the son of Mrs. ,wards, Klngsley Lake; Mrs. J. Mrs. J.H. Eunice and Connie 90 points each, others have W.
Truby L. Walnwright, of Law- E. McIver Ocala: ; and Mr. and visited Mrs. Pansy Knight and been assigned a 20 point value I
tey, and the late Mr. Wain- Mrs. Jessie Starling Bartow. Llnnle Harris in Maxvllle on and a third group are valuedat
Wright. Tuesday of last week. 10 points each.
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Sponsored by The Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce 1 1 I ,

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of I'
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Sponsors and Co-Sponsors Contributors J Hollingsworth (GIB) BROWN )i

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I Bradford County Farm Bureau Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Inc. I r' + FOR FOR

I Bradford Furniture Corp. Bradford County Fair Assn. I REPRESENTATIVEDIST. CLERKCIRCUIT

E.I. DuPont de Nemours Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary I
Clay Electric Cooperative Bradford County Cattlemen's' Assn. I 1

Community State Bank 'Bradford County Telegraph
1st Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Charley E. Johns Agency

I Florida Bank at Starke Garden Restaurant I

Florida Gas Transmission Co. Holiday Inn of Starke, I

I Owen Joist of Florida Inc. Jackson Building Supply By
Paid Political Advertising Sponsored
I Winn Dixie Stores Kentucky Fried Chicken I ,

I Starke Shrine Club Noegel Auto Sales ,
I Mid-Florida Production Credit Assn. Slade Gas Co. I
Triest Construction Co. Starke Chrysler-Plymouth I BRADFORD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC

I Torode Oil Co. Starke Builders Supplies Inc. I ,

I N. Florida Poultry Producers Assn. Dr. J.E. Denmark II
I Carlton Craft I
--Mac Baldwin Pres.
Starling Farm Supply !
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r Lawtey's Phenomenal Growth 3';'i .

: Letters to

: .1 Amazes Nation (In 1884 That Is) I_ _

the Editor.
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In the Call of 1884, The Brad- noted for "conscientiousness, to visit the thriving young town est pertaining to the plan."
I ford County; Telegraph assigned veracity; and general knowledge of Lawtey and enlighten read- In those early days there .
one of its correspondente of possibilities of the state- ers "In all matters of inter- was considerable difficulty; in

obtaining a true picture of what Get US out! of the United The UN is controlled by the
was actually transpiring in Communists. :
a. Nations because:
many Florida localities due to N UN conceived by Perhaps the most important
The was
Cii1d4iSPfffkL4 in the entire UN structure
the rosy exaggerations of pro- Communists. position
moters, on one hand, and the Stalin's book Marx- is Under-Secretary-
dismal pictures painted by a few ism Joseph and the National Question General for Political and Security 1 I

disgruntled settlers, on the (Published In 1942) outlined the ; Council Affairs. This
other hand. following principle; Divide the position supervises all military .
The town of Lawtey had been 1 1 h Vf world into regional groups as functions, all disarmament activities \
founded Just seven years ear- total and all UN ,uses of
Slapping The VoterGovernor Her by a group known as "the world a government.stage. Later, atomic .energy. Since 1945, ten
Chicago colony," and the activities the regional groups can be men have held that Job and
of its developers had one has been a com-
Kirk must feel more con- with the good people of Gadsden County created great curiosity; and attracted '1 f 1 1i brought world all dictatorship.That the way Into. a sin- munist every !

fident of his victory on November 3 of both races. considerable attentionnot i gle the U.N. was to be the
than most political writers who are only at home, but also in ?,, ?, wres means to achieve that goal was The UN is an Intregal part

now classifying him as the "under- Then the Governor got In a huff the North.In prefacing. her report of i "'dLs made cleat In the April 1945 of On Communist April 6,Plans.1970 .U.N.. Se

dog," faced with an uphill fight to defeat because he didn't receive the atten- 1884, Mrs. Tanner said: "Now r issue of the Communist Journal cretary-General U Thant said
Democrat Reubin Askew on No- tion he thought he deserved when mak- the town of Lawtey, located F1oltin Political Affairs in the follow- Lenin's "Ideals Of Peace and
"Great Popular
vember 3.Unable ing a PTA speech on education In seven miles north of Starkeon ing Ort and :Enthusiasm: For The Peaceful coexistence among
the line of the Florida Railway states", meaning no resistanceto
Daytona Beach. When It turned out that United Nations Policies Shouldbe
to resist an opportunity to the Daytona newspaper had sent a and Navigation Company, Built Up, Well Organizedand communism "Have won
the fame of whose phenomenal LAWTRY AS IT USED TO BE widespread international acceptance -
of woman (albeit Fully Articulate".
"sound off", even In the face pos- reporter a prize-win- growth having gone abroad and they are in line
sible defeat on November 3, Gov. ning one), Gov. Kirk Intimated that throughout all the land, is par- The UN was created by Com. with the aims of the UN Char-
out of his to his dignity was Insulted .- .- .- .- ... .- .- .- .- munists. They certainly Which
Kirk has gone way by having a ticularly subject to these per- In 1950 the State Department ter. are.
Insult large segments of the voting mere woman sent to cover his earthshaking iodic showers of interrogation the nucleus of a general nur- Dr. Todd and his father It must issued a volume called "Post- is why responsible Americanswant
In recent remarks. points." She proposed to set sery business which it is his be borne in mind that such trees Preparation to get US out!
public, for no good reason, war Foreign Policy -
Intention to establish In Law-
the record straight with a were of considerable age when 1939-45. It described the This October 24 marks the
weeks. "truthful little sketch" about tey. The ability; with which he transplanted. Either of these 25th birthday of this monstros
This In the face of the militant has managed his own affairs policies and events leading up
Lawtey and its early settlers. gentlemen would at once pro- United organization and some will even
of the
Following a racial Incident In QuIncy, Women's Liberation movement! That The article continues: has inspired the trust and con- nounce the feat of producing a Nations.to the creation This and similar suggest that we celebrate this
where rocks were thrown windows certainly should go over great with! the The pleasant little fiction fidence of others, so that this grove of bearing trees from documents list 17 government men day. Instead, let us rededicate

smashed, and stores looted, the Gov- lady folks. which represents the fiveyearresident busy intendence gentleman of the has the super-of the seed in four years a gIgan- who had key roles in shaping ourselves to our country and
of Florida lan- groves make this United States
lolling Impossibility.; day
these The list
ernor hastened to the scene and later quldly in silken hammocks several non-residents of Law- policies. was
under Day.
Issued a statement making light of golden fruited trees, witha teyamong them the groveof On a forthcoming Installment, headed by convicted perjurer,
the fracas with the offhand remark Yes, the Governor must feel mighty train of sable attendants bear- Mr. David Hutchinson, of Mrs. Tanner reports an "In Alter Hiss and 16 of them. Sincerely,
that It was "Just another Saturday confident to go around handing out Ing iced Juleps to the musicof Vicksburg, Miss., containing teresting interview with Mr. including in'sworn Hiss, have been identified -
850 trees, from five to ten E.G. Hill, one of the first set- testimony as
gratuitous and undeserved insultsto Wagner's last symphony,has Sherrod W. Hamilton
night In Gadsden County. secret Communist agents.
old that of Mr. J.T. tlers of Lawtey. )
outlived Its utility. The grim years ;
people he will want to vote for him ;
Read of five-ten
: fact is that Florida Is no place a
That should certainly go over well on November 3. for idlers. Industry, Intelligence acres grove of six year old
and indefatigable ener- trees set two years ago, and
gy are the essentials to suc- the preparation of ten acres, FarmersThe DiaryOtherwise
cess In Florida Just as they already completely cleared of
I Return Of The Paddle are everywhere in this pro- stumps, to be set with orange
gressive, pushing, strugglingage. trees this winter for Mr.James first cool snap of the fall
But then, there Is no place Richardson, of Houston, Texas. blew in last weekend with the the sanitation pro-
A criminal court judge in Miami Following the decision, the State where these qualities yeild a In the genial company of Mr. temperatures down in the 60'swe blem, In so far as the and proper trashis

has ruled that a teacher cannot be Attorney's office, which prosecutedthe surer or more satisfactory return Mattison and wife the reporter had to break out with out disposal concerned of garbage, i 8 one of the
than in this much debated was driven to the handsome other warmer clothing. We also
announced legal principlesthat
for case
{ charges major difficulties of our society -
grounds of Mr. Ceo. Todd, for- switched heat
clplingdaoopiilunless state. our pump) over
1di malice or will be followed in future cases. merly of St. Louis. Over the from Cool to Heat and mar- ; today. The amount of refuse
{excessive force is used. The guidelines said that principalsand The town of Lawtey stands gate is inscribed the romantic veled again ingeniousness A to be disposed of through
to teachers have the right to use today a practical) demonstration name of "Melrose Villa." Mr. of thatcontraptlonwhlchnmson sanitary means has grown enormously

i The decision was praised by the moderate force to obtain obedience, not only of the truly mar- Todd, although only a four- electric power, uses water as a during recent years and
velous posslbllties of the soil year resident of Lastey, himself fuel, and which changes over how to handle It at reasonable
but this right cannot be used
iDade County Classroom Teachers'AsJsoclatlon ma- and climate when their conditions and son, being the pioneers with the mere filching of a cost Is a problem that seems to
: as "balancing the scales liciously. The degree of force to be are intelligently stu- In this neighborhood, hasa switch. By Sam McGarveyfor have no ready solution.
{Viand restoring order to the classroom." used depends upon the circumstances, died-- as witnessed by its numerous home embowered In flourish-
including the nature of the pupil's orange groves and other Ing shrub and flower. To behold some time, and that con-
I r misconduct the and physical fruits and flowers and vegat- a thriving grove of eight dition does not go well with the ::::::::::::::::::::: (;:::::::;:; &::::::JX:::: ::::::::::::::
in dls-
rendered age con-
The decision
I was of sorts-- but of of !r \!
ables many hundred trees, sixty; already We felt the chilly change all setting out berry plants.
dition of the
pupil and the teacher'smotivation.
Tmissing criminal charges against a the spirit and enterprise of Years used to set
bearing golden fruit and others the more because sometime ago growers :::: Five Cent :f::
Dade County teacher who had been the people, as illustrated in Just approaching that desirable during our return from vaca- out early in the fall (many of :

charged with striking a student in an their substantial and handsome period, with a nursery stockof tion, we picked up some potent them in September when there I Bread :1i
effort to secure obedience In his class- homes; their complete systemof fifteen thousand oranges-- cold bugs and wound up with was water in the ditches) but Loaf Of f
''room. The decision of the Dade County; drainage, by which otherwise peach and Le Conte pear trees bad colds and which put us in now berry farmers wait for o:ti: ::*::::
court seems altogether reasonable unprofitable and soggy lands and figs in full bearing, almonds bed. With both of us ill at the cooler weather. One reason is /In Starke?
are made to blossom like the beginning to bear, and same time, we took turns play- that when plants are set out
"It Is obvious that many students, and is., a wefc .Indication that the.i, rog.j..:::the projected driveway everything In the most flourishing Ing nurse and cook and the one on plastic) mulch they are vulnerable -

undisciplined at home, need a firm pendulum ,is ,?.now..swinging from thft,. ?.r from..J.a, w1tt.! /:<1ng.ley. state, Is to be readyto that got, .hungry-first got the to the hot rays of the A loaf of bread for a nic-
hand at school," said the DTA. "Un- extreme permissiveness that has permeated --.**- Lak4:as the objective point; endorse the theory by which meals. a- wn and may die off If"cooked" kel?

til now, teachers who attempted to too many homes and schools, and other Improvements to be Mr. Todd accounts for the suc- Py the sun. Proof that such bargains act-
hereinafter mentioned. .
and is the back to the realmof cess which has attended his ually existed at one time In
discipline pupils) ran the risk of becoming on way Less than ten years ago,Capt. efforts. .t. Starke to The

victims of vindictive parents commonsense that might restore Burn, the proprietor of the Not denying that he has made One of the big events of the Telegraph was office brought this week by
whose permissiveness led to the prob- some semblance of order in situations extensive lumber Interest of use of fertilizer where required year is coming up Saturday It seems that all the ills Mrs. Helen Heyborn, of 418 N.
lem in the first place." where it has been sadly lacking. Lawtey felled the first for- he still attributes these when the 4th annual Calf Scram- which can beset a town have Church St.
afch pine of the primeval forest wonderful results to the inherent ble and Horse Show will beheldat descended on Hampton with the Until recently Mrs. Heyborn
The unpretentious but plea- fertility; of the soil, whichhe the fairgrounds. Activities result Uiatmany\ its residents lived at Melrose and cultivatedthe
sant house which served him- believes to be a vegetable will start at 5 p.m. when a want to do away with the city; hobby of bottle collecting.
self and wife during these first mold of comparatively recent chicken dinner will be servedby government entirely. At one
While hunting for old bottles
I I Help The Police Help You hard-working years Is now !formation the deposit of a cypress the local FFA Chapters, and time, it was a nourishing community at her place "in the woods"
over-looked much
by a more with
swamp of ther years. the program calls for an exciting ; excellent railroad near Melrose she came acrossan
imposing structure of many He deduces his theory from the round of events,includinga facilities and was located on the old, rusted-nut Mavis tal-

IThe: increase in break-Ins, robberies Notify the post office to hold your homes throughtout handsomely with the oiled finished and fact that remains of cypress chicken scramble for young- main north-south highway In the cum powder can with a few
trees are always found In the sters. A crowd in excess of area. However, the Importanceof trinkets and old coins inside
and vandalism isn't just local-- mall until you return. Thieves frequently polished Florida pine. ditches dug for drainage. The 3,000 is expected at the show its railroad connections receded Among the articles an oct-
Jit is a nationwide phenomenon whichis check mall boxes and an accumulation From Its broad piazzas may sight and sound of a northern which is sponsord by the and then came the worst agonal-shaped token, about the
a constant threat to every home of mall Is strong evidenceof be seen a hundred fruited mowing machine cutting the native Starke-Bradford County; Cham- blow of all when the highwaywas size of & 50-cent piece. On
and business. obsence from home. trees-- a portion of the) groveof "crab grass" between the ber of Commerce. rebuilt and by-passed. one side was the stamped-out
eight hundred set out some
of trees suf- Hampton. The rise and
rows orange was fall of
k i But the handsomenew wording: "Good for 5(5(! Loaf ofBread"
: years ago. ficient refutation of the wide- that town has been repeated
;biln; an effort to control this ever- Always lock all doors, whether homeor residence having been found spread belief In the North that thousands of times In other J.O. Turner and on the other"side:

i"tJslng> tide, the Starke Police Depart- away from home. Thieves have inconveniently large for privateuse Florida land In Incapable of Since It was opened, the county .places all over the country. Mr. Turner, Starke operated, Fla.a bak-

iPlent has prepared a pamphlet, "Bur- been known to enter homes and remove tion, eminently and with a adapted little altera-to hotel producing good hay. ; courthouse has Impressed ery in Starke about 60 years

glary Prevention," which should be Items of value while the resi- purposes, it will be rent-- Along the broad avenue con- visitors, but the landscapingof ago about the middle of the
carefully read by each member of dents were watching television in another necting Mr. Todd's place with the grounds was delayed. block, between Rosenberg'sstore
ed this fall to Mr. D.Q. Cole, that of his son, Dr.Todd stret- Recently the Job has been completed .
every household in the city. If the part of the house. late proprietor of the Bancroft ches that modern convenience, and now the fine new- and the railroad. He was
'suggestions and instructions contained House, of Starke; thus furnishing the brother-in-law of Mrs. G.
the telephone wire. The Doc- building is in a setting whicn The North Florida Poultry- H. Bennett, of Starke.
''In this pamphlet are carefully car- If you are at home and your neigh- handsome accommodations tor has demonstrated his faith enhances the total picture. It men's Association is growingand Mrs. Heyborn has donatedthe

ried out, the public could help greatly bors are away, always report any- for at least a part of the throng In the swamp theory and the took time to get the courthouse becoming more Importantto token to the Bradford County
) to reduce, or even go far toward thing that looks suspicious. A car which Is expected to visit Law- fertility; of the soil by settingout built, and more time to get the its members. At a recent ; Historical Society; to add to
tey during the winter. The a sizeable of fifteen
Cap grove beautified, but now the meeting, the poultrymen hearda its
grounds collection
''eliminating this expensive that enters a driveway and remains of early itemsof
annoyance. tain has ready the of hundred trees and
plan talk
another orange results is one of the best facilities on poultry diseases by an the
:''$& there when you know the residentsare house which it is his intention his Judgment Is certainly vindicated of its type; In the entire authority; In that field. And Mrs.area.Heyborn moved to
'''{ No city can provide enough policemen away. prowlers of any kind soon to erect. in their present flourish itate. County; Sanitarian Jack Trawick Starke from Melrose last July
to watch every home and each at any time of day or night. any- The old hotel is owned and ing condition, a number of them commended the poultrymen for having purchased the home of,

;business on a round-the-clock basis, thing that doesn't seem just right. was Charles formerly Christensen occupied by Mr. being already In bearing and the good Job they are doing on Mrs. Lucile Davis on North.
and fam-
Just to
more bear.
many ready sanitation.
but with a little more cooperation Police had rather check on fifty calls ily. Mr. Christensen Is Secre- He has a fine nursery stock The dry weather has persisted' Church St.

4hey can provide "preventive service" that turn out "false alarms" than to tary of the large and well- ui_. five thousand orange trees, .
(tto a large extent. miss one that would prevent a rob- known American Central Insurance and a number of bearing peach)
\Y. bery. Company of St. Lou- and Le Conte pear trees. .
is, but he continues to retain From two grapevines of the .
I Whenever you plan to be away from his Interest in Lawtey, where Concord variety; only two years .
'home, over a weekend or on an ex- Many other suggestions are con- his possessions include six a- old from the cutting, the Doctor
tained In the Police Departmentpamphlet cres of old picked hundred
five-year orange one and fifty
:tended trip, always notify the police on "Burglary Prevention." If you trees In addition to the smaller ; bunches of grapes. His trees ,

{department when you are leaving and do not already have a copy, be sure grove and a number of bearIng suffered very little from the !
lwhen, you will return. Also notify your to obtain one and out the instructions peach trees and other things severe frosts of last winter--
:newspapers so they can stop delivery carry occupying the hotel lot. The even the nursery trees, with
;during your absence. Accumulated papers to the letter. house is at present occupiedby few exceptions, showing no Injurious r
Mr. G. Mattison effects.
.I'. '- In the driveway are a dead giveaway The home that is saved from bur- ily, late of St. Louis, of whose Dr. Todd, in common with

: that nobody Is home. glarly may be your own! cordial hospitality; the representative many others of Lawtey, prefers :
of the TELEGRAPHwas the Fuller fertilizer,man- ; j
a grateful recipient ufactured in St. Louis, and has tsid
used about three tons to twenty; -
Mr. Mattison, although a new acres of trees with excellent
resident of Lawtey, Is the own- results. In mentioning the fact
Bradford County er of six hundred fine orange of bearing orange trees upon
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED stf OttSVJ trees from five to nine years very new places like those of
ows? old set out to groves, part of ;
1879 40 JI which were In charge of Mr.

r E.G. Hill during the non- txatVTIV1 OII1T.
.... :\ I residence of the former. Witha
fits Si611rsaMaca natural Yankee aptitude for
tenacious endeavor, Mr. Mat.
God is not a God of confu. tison has already entered heart /

FLORI A ESS aion 36ut of peace.-(I Cor. and soul into the spirit and F r rr t ,
: ) enterprise of Lawtey, bring-

ASS 0 T 0 N What a Joy it is to realize ing business Rochester,N.Y.
that we can condition Not yet a year since he removed
to act and ourselves to Lawtey, he may point,
react with the poise with pardonable pride, to 15-
we so much desire to express. 000 thrifty; nursery stock. ;
Never again need we give in to the trees already averagingthree Democratic UnityWayne

E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-FubUaher petty irritations; never again feet In height.

Published each Thursday and entered a* Second need we speak too quickly act His fall and winter vegetable HolHngsworth! (right) of Luke City, candidates for State
CUM Matter. at the Post Office at Starke, Florida too hastily. Let us be patient garden Is well on the way, "It's a birthday present Representative District 17, congratulates/

under Act of March 3rd. 1879. in our daily encounters and and Includes, turnips beans,parsnips, peas) ,,cucumbers onIons : -- for a young executive. Some. (left) and Rep, Gene Shaw on their election as Sp"akeJdesifnate and w

SubierlpUon bile area: 1 year, 13.00; Outslda spirit rely on of prayer and the Christ lettuce, radishes,etc.Mr. thing with lots of status in a Speaker Pro Tern-designate, respectively, of the FloridaflfouS of Rep-
trade are*: 1 year. $ .so assist peace and love to Mattison Is preparing to putit quiet and unassuming way resentatives. The scene took place at the recent House and
-- us. five acres of nurse1'1.trees, for around five dollars." Unity Dinner In Miami Bach. Mrs. Holling "orth smiles' her caucus aproval.

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No. 3 will meet. Wednesday ._ t radfud Count/, Florida
----- night Prayer Meeting. Thursday In' re: Estate oc Truba, J.Wjrnn. .
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night the Ladles Circle Num1cal'u CRKDITOnS
By Mrs. D. 8. BOD! will meet at Mrs. Duncan'sin All creditor of the ..tit*
the of Truua J. Wynn deceased.
Lawtey. Friday night
are hereby notlflud and re-
Ladles will bake and sell pies KNOW YOUR
LOCAL PERSONSIN manddsto tileanytherdmay havgalnst
BAPTIST YOUTH REVIVALRon from the kitchen. Hf
ACCIDENTSix Mid eetal In the t>f-
Etlly of Jacksonville, NewsBy floe of the Oountr Judge of
Bradford County residents director of Trinity Baptist Satur to y Oct. 31. the'Senior Bradford County. Florida In h..J 1
received minor Injuries last ; Choir will sponsor their tha courthouse at mark. "')01''. L
Church, Is scheduled to calendar month
Ida. within alx
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Friday afternoon when the Ford hold a youth revival at Hampton annual Hallowe'en carnival beginning from tb.e date of the first PUU- '.
Falcon In which they were riding Elizabeth Given Walkerr.owara at 7 pun. No admission. llcatlon of this nolle Eaols) \ ';
, Baptist Church Friday claim or demand must b* la I
was demolished In an acci- through Sunday. Refreshments will be sold. writing and must slate the BILL WILSON ,;
dent at Fairbanks. With and music CHURCH NEWS There will be a prize for the place of residence and poatof. By
Patricia Holt was driving the messages Moriah United Methodist fIce addrcea of the claimant 9.
, aimed at young people, the ser- Mt. tackiest person.First and muat ba sworn to by the {
Falcon which was third In a vices are set for 7:50: p.m Church Rev.L.J. Perkins,pas- claimant hi* agent" or hla at- THE ORIGIN OF THE
line of cars that had stoppedfor 1 tor. Services will begin with Born Church of the torn*, or It will b* com void ..
October 23, 24, and 25. at according to law.
another vehicle to make cording to Rev. Melvin Elan Church School at 10 a.m. Bud- Living God. The Jubilee Singers September 83, A. D 1070. TWIN BED'
.,: a turn at Fairbanks. While el, pastor of the church. 14 get Day activity will terminate of Brunswick, Ga, will appear Willard WIIJUAKD E. E.Wynn WYNN 5.
stopped their car was struck Sunday, Oct. 25. Members are on October 25, at 3:30 Claude B. Brown '
I in the rear by a truck. HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL divided Into five groups and In the afternoon. Everyone U CLAUDE) B. DROWNCo.Admlnitratora of the Ba Thomas Sheraton who it'" said dressed )'1
All six passengers, on their School's each group has a committee Invited to attend. J. Wynn. de.cased .
Hampton Elementary tata elf Truba like a street cleaner in England and was en
home from the follows Mrs.
way day shift chairman as :
PTA Carnlcal
at Sunland Center Miss Ella Flral publicationOct.. 15, 1970. one of the country's great cabinetmakers
Maude Magee, Mary .
for Thursday next week, from Greater Allen Chapel 1015 4t 11.15
were taken to the hospital and Coleman, Mrs. Mary Griffin designed the first twin beds about 1780. fit'
6 to 10 Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins pas
released later In the day. The p.m.Costume Mrs. lnez Harvey and Miss LEQ.\i'N'"oTICIII: ] .;,(ol Sheraton del'igne.ll'everall'rl' of matching !\
Judging will be at tor. Sunday School 10 ajn. Dleandlo. dr. will
passengers Included Mary Jane 7:30: p.m., and the drawing at .' Constance Williams, the youth Morning service, 11 e.m.Eve- lIot.Joseph.. responsible P. for any beds we call "twins' today( and that wasalmost i
Jones, Ada Mae Thomas, Natalie 8:30.: Each of the numerous department.The ning service, 6 p.m.''Sunday debt mad olhoO than by :'f). 200 years ago. Now twin beds. come fi
Thorn, and Katherine Babies on Parade are Trustee IDJ'.If. 10.1ttp 11.8 'le. I' !
booths and the refreshmentstand will be as in every st>
Thornton of Starke, and Nettle will be open the entire _.Lu. amiui; HL, son of .rar.ind Barbra Ann Mosely, Cecil B. Day. Allmerabers are askedto ;
Griffin. Mildred Annette
Jackson, and
time of the carnival. Mrs. James Smith of 1202 please cooperate with the 3
Tickets for all booths may Keller St. left for Jenkins. leaders. '
Monday ser- >J;
The youth will render a Of Application
be purchased ahead of time vice at San Juan, Texas AirBase. pro- ITlc i ]
Tag Weed
Mr and Mrs. Leaston For- at 4 The speakerwill t1hl
at the school, for ten cents He Is a 1969 graduateof gram p.m. See. J04.1B. P. 8. (
syth are the parents of a son, be Miss Cynthia Williams. .JuilaV c..t Notice la :Hereby Olven. thatKuen \ f"
each. Country store, cakewalk Bradford School. I. Tae C.naty
Lee born High The is Invited to attend. FlorMa. Smith the holder of thechewing t
Joseph October 6. fish pond, dart throw and other public Of BrntKoril Cooutr. certificate hm filed I. Sho.lon.nnet d'2 y
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth are booths are planned as well as RECREATION NEWS Let us remember the sick In In Prohnt RE: No.Estate of Calvin :J. deed certificates" for a tax mehoiony: bed I.,
the paternal grandparents.SAUNDERSSTARLING pony rides and hayrides. Food The Falcons are asked to and shut-ins of the commun- Crw Deceased. deed certificate to be numbers l issued thereon and yearsof. The ; t..
for sale will include hotdogs, remember the practice sessions ity.Ebenezer AH Notice creditor To of Creditor.the Estate Of Issuance. -th* description ;Vin w0W
hamburgers, chili, candled ap- held each Monday, Wed- Baptist Church Calvin J. Crews, decea..d. are of th. property and the name* f !
William Saunders, star route Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible h.rnby notified and r.aulredto In ", hiNt It was asaoued are
nesday and Thursday nights.
ples, desserts, coffee and soft claims or demand a. follows ; ;:f fIn
carrier for the Hampton Class will be held Thursday file any NO. 70. Year Of II.
post- drinks. All participants are asked to which, they may have aKalnataald C..tWlcat.: \
office, and Genevieve Starlingwere Mrs. Wayne Hlnson is carnival bring tennis shoes and shorts. (tonight). The Senior Choir will estate In the of ones Bradford of the, nanoe.. 1811I.\ of Prof.rty. : fcoUS"t. :( all of Iris. designing. Sheraton stressed.. .
married at Graham Bap- chairman this year. The practices are held In RJE hold their anniversary begin- County.County Florida.JuilR In the Court. t and 10 o<*< Block 3 In i natural beauty of wood, rehing! on its. fine 'c tr'y'
tist Church October ning Friday night at 8 Flortda.wtthIn Acres B.D Sec u-s-n :
6. p.m.
Gym. House at Stark months from Name In which aaaeaied Al.. (train to add to the looks of the piece.
All members are asked to six calendar
All Interested '
persons reeked Batata. :
date of th. flr.t oabllca- fred Barn*
MAIL EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS please cooperate to make thisa the claimor said property being ,''l
PERSONALSR.A. to observe the center lion of this notlc Each All of "(I k
Overseas mall needs to be Brannen of Bedford hours Monday through Friday success. demand must ba In place writing ofrealdenca in the ot County Florida.of B..dford.i "I''
the State
sent by November 10, accord- Lake, Miss Jessie Mae Bran 4630.: Friday and Saturday Greater Bethlehem Free Will and must and slate poet offle aadreaa Unless .uch certificate or
ing to an "International Christ- nen of Bartow, Mrs. Thelma 8-11. Baptist, Rev. Jasper Williams of the claimant and mud e.rtlflcata shall law b the* redeemed property> I yaccording 3odcocJtFURNITURE -:
mas Mailing" campaign by the MUllcan of Ocala, and Mrs. pastor, will observe Men's Day fill fc* sworn or to his by attorney the claImant., ca described In to auch certlflcat* Ij
postofflce department.Although T.F. Brown were In Jackson- SCHOOL NEWS beginning with Sunday Schoolat It "' 11r'e void accordingto certificate will be at sold the to courthouse thhighest yin
these deadlines apply to civilian ville Saturday to meet Mrs. Adults Interested In attend- 9:30, Morning service at law door bidder on the tint M"". and
overseas mall, armed for- Kay Carbone of Elizabeth, N.J. ing classes may do so by sigh- 11. Services will be concludedat Db.lDJi:.Crews Crews:' Aamlnl.tr..tWof day in month of Said November day ofN ; tj APPLIANCES-
ces mall should also be sent when she arrived by plane. She ing up at the Vo-Tech and attend 3 p.m. Sunday. Dinner will the Estate .of Calvin J. 170. which la the :. .l
Deadlines for letters and and HJt;:. be served on the grounds at Crews, deceased.E1ELZ ': DVatTderthl.9 day of gay "t ,.r.Q.
early. is Mrs. Brown's daughter classes or attend at S.: .ERS t. .' (This Is the" I'ori.'Ih, in 1/ Senra/ _t''..,
greeting cards five with held RJE 12:30. S. Sander. tembar 1870.Wo .. .. .. -..
are days will spend two weeks here The classes are at :.Il' r.pc uelos1.. ',e"1&. .y r. I. 'n.'A>
later than parcels, and all take Monday and Wednesday nights, Weekly services will be as lit west Florida Call Street SEAL) Oren i) .j iI- ; ,.,".,. .,;. ..:JL! +t 1 """ '
her.Debbie Starke. oP' of b 'I"If.1"I" --n.W.'o\t: : :
into consideration transit time, Hill and Renee Gab- and at the Vo-Tech Monday, follows: Monday night, Choir Attorney for Admlnht..t&'tI'lrat : C Florida 51. .KII7
Irregularities of steamship riel of St.Petersburg,and Wen- Tuesday, Wednesday Thurs- No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday night, publication I.U n ..16410rrrrrrrrrrrr Bradford County. lf :: 10.12
sailings and customs inspect- dy Hill of Gainesville were day and Friday nights. For Ushers Board No. 2 and ChoirI.rrr..rrr.rrr

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Parcel rates for domestic and Mrs. Don Hill. .Srt
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mall also are scheduledfor They drove them back Satur- NAACP MEETINGThe I SIRLOIN :: i
an Increase on November day, and also visited relativesIn Bradford-Union NAACP AGAR'S 41
14, and early packages will still Bradenton and sarasota. branch will meet Tuesday night
go at the lower rate. Time Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Wat- Nov. 3, for the pupose of appointing 1 OR BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS x.I
now, to shop and mail early! terson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill a Nominating Committee.
Black of Charlotte, N.C., arrived The meeting will be held FOOD
last Thursday for a vis- at Bethlehem Free Will Bap- CANNED ; I'IOf.' .i.iw
TYPE' WRITERS: Manual or it here with Mr. and Mrs. tist Church at 8 p.m. All mem- I
Eleetrle. For sale or rent. K.B. Watterson. The Watter- bers and Interested citizens are I

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, Bolles Takes 7-0 Win Over BHS Eleven ;

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...... threw 20 yards to the f tect the slim lead.
Winning a 7-0 football vic- The Bulldogs led In total offense -
big fullback, Jones, to give
tory Bolles of Jacksonville the Bulldogs a first down at with 188 yards to 177
spent a pleasant evening In I' the Bradford 38. Jones got 13 for BUS.
Bradford County; last Friday I I I'I more yards and a first downat The loss leaves the Torna-
while their home town was being the 25 before Gary Melvin does with one win over Mac-
flooded with rains.It stopped him. The big fullback clenny, a tie with Bishop Ken-
was the second straight i hit again for five yards, Fea- ny, and losses to St Augus-
week In which a Tornado fumble ster got one yard, and Jones tine, Live Oak, and Bolles.
led to the defeat of the o J three more to the BHS 16. ,
Bradford High grldders.Bolle' On fourth down and a yardto r. Statistics
touchdown came In the second .... i I go however, Bradford's Dan- '. .
period after BHS quarterback ny Jackson on a big play tossed BHS Bolles
Doan Johns lost the football. Jones for a yard loss to stop
The Tornado defense stopped ; I Fltst ]owns 13 11
'knottier Bolles drive at the ,':ii!.. the drive. I Yds Rushing 109 168
BHS two yard line. BHS almost > ; i The Tornadoes gained 129 of Yds Passing 68 20
got on the Scoreboard In the i '''''',',''' ". I their 178 total yards the last ,''"''' I Passes Compl 4-13-1 1-4
closing seconds but a pass Interception ." i' two times they had the foot- ; Fumbles Lost 1 0
by Bolles Andy GIv- i ball. QB Johns finally began ',-, '; ::'1, Penalties 5 35

han, same man who scored the '" hitting wideout Tim Murpheyon Punts 528 5-35
Jax team's lone TD, saved the some of his passes and ;;:
that opened up the Bolles de- w." BUS by Quarters:ft'V' .
win.Bolles' win was the secondIn fense. 0000-0.
a row In the see-sawing t. Johns was the leading BHS -' Bolles 0 7 0 07Get'em
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series between the two teams. rusher with 61 yards In 12 ""Y' q" "
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BHS has to go back to f968 attempts, a five yard average. "' L."
and a 13-0 victory for a win Most of the yardage came on Majorette Sandy Morgan displays a Boil';;:: llG ;han, -yardrun..

over the Jax team. keepers as Bolles linebackers pretty smile as she performs with the EP-Handkick. I
Friday's contest was an an- pulled back to protect againstthe
ttsepttcally clean and pass. -----
lackluster ball game. It wasa With 11 minutes left In the There was 1:02 left In the .
perfect night for football- ,, I game Coach David Hurse's game and BHS fans were yell-
not hot, not cold, and the air charges drove to the Bolles 35, ing for a TD. Johns tried to While They Last
made heavy and clean by a Johns running twice for yards pass, found no receivers, but
drizzle that ended by game and hitting Murphey with a 17 did find the Bolles defense
time. vard pass. spread all over the field. Tak- Used Typewriters
Neither team demonstrated With a first down at the ing off, the BHS quarterbackran
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nosed football until after
bard : dolles 25 however, Malachi up the middle 21 yards fora
the ball flew from Dean ., ; Henry was tossed for lossesof
first down at the Bolles 14.
Johns' hands as he rolled out 'o_,,: ., i):, I one and nine yards as the Staying with his passing, -$45 To $85-

for a pass late in the first ,,-,,, Bulldogs closed down the BHS Johns first to tight end Charles
period, then decided to run : option play. Johns couldn't finda Wright on first down. The ball
around his right end. Johns de "'\' .',' receiver on third down, and was perfectly thrown and on Completely Reconditioned
pumped his arm to gain speed on the fourth down play Gil- target to Wright In the end-
and the ball popped loose with- ." t. 1 ( ander knocked the ball loose zone, but Bolles' Givhan Royals, Remingtons
out a man touching the BHS ,. '." S from Charles Wright as he spoiled the bid by leaping highto
quarterback.The ',,' .'.' caught a Johns pass. Intercept and save the win.
game's momentum : S Bolles used up the clock, Bolles used up with remain- GUARANTEED TO WORK
swung to Bolles as a Bulldog knocking out two first downs Ing 25 seconds. The drive took
fell on the football which sim- before relinquishing the ball BHS 81 yards In a little overa See Them AtBradford --
ply rolled up to him. ..' with 2:57: left in the game. minute, and was the bright
Big fullback Malcolm Jones, 0" At that the Tornadoes were est spot of the game for Tornado ?:
the game's leading rusher with forced to start from their five fans.Bolles County TelegraphPHONE
78 In 19 attempts, got
yards yard line after Glllander quick had 168 yards rushingto
Bolles,off the ground with an '1 961.6305'
kicked In a surprise move to 109 yards for BHS. Johns
11 yard run around his left get BHS as deep In the hole completed four of 13 passes
end on a pitch out from quar- a as possible to protect the slim for 68 yards for BHS. Glllan
terback Bob Glllander. BHS'Dean
7-0 lead.
der completed one pass for '
Johns came up from his 4 f r Johns came out throwing,hit- 20 yards in only four attemptsas Serving Florida '
to Jones at the
Bradford safety; 27.stop : ting Murphey on opposite sidesof Bolles played it.safe to pro- Since 1950
field for 9 and 6 -
Then tailback Ted Feaster, the yards
and a first down at the BHS .g7 d
Tornadoes he Service
who showed the STARKEBUSINESS ors a reeling cnc
could run with power, drove 20. Bolles drew a 15 yard pen-
over the left side of the Tor- alty; for pass Interference, -.-'ee'--a.
nado line for eight yards to giving the Tornadoes a first
down at the 35. F
I On second down Johns threw :' .
,,.. deep to running back Malachi Mrs. CarolynRepresentative 4', ,,L ,, Cordially
Henry and completed a 36 yard DIRECTORYAUTO laves I
301 ,.. y M pass to the Bolles 35 before Welcomes
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Ace Tornado receiver Tim Murphey takes a pass against 122 N. Bay St. Family (to Your

DRIVEINSHOWTIME Bolles with a diving catch. Murphey will start at quarter- Gilbert S. Brown Starke New Home
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20. Feaster came right Holding BHS In three downs after a twoyardgalnatWrlght'sleft TIRES .& BATTERIES r
FRI., SAT. OCT. 23, 24 back around right end for 10 the Bolles defense forced Dean side of the BUS defense. For All Your Remodel: Budget Terms Road Service Is: Our Desire to ]Make You Feel Welcome and
Double Feature Program yard gain before Johns saved Johns to punt, a short 34 yarder Wright and Dean Johns stopped at ing Needs of General PHONE 9M-7071 To Aqunint You With Your City.If .
Feaster after four yards
the day again for BUS. which BHS' Joey Branson Contracting: 407 N. Temple SUrke
On first down at the BUS downed at the Bolles 31. the BUS five on a third down
10, the Bolles QB sent Andy Taking off again behind a try agalns at right end. CONTACTW. you are new in the area, a phone
Q Glvhan on a power sweep a- hard charing! Bulldog line,Fea- Then on fourth down from the
BHS five Feaster went to his L. FOWLERAT HURST'SSHELL call) will brink visit
round the BHS left end for the ster and Jones ate up the sec- you a prompt
score with 10:18: left In the ond period by leading Bolleson left on a power? run. He sawa 964-7605 or 964-5289
1I0 second period. Givhan showedhe a 67 yard drive that end- hole in the BHS defense, from ><>nr local ho.lcss. Please give
could run with power too, ed on the two yard line and which was heading for the sideline FREE ESTIMATES Service Station '
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w to cut him off. Feastercut maps many
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Steve Hand kicked the extra On pile driving runs Jones linebacker Joey Branson closed SERVICE
point and Bolles led 7-0, a gained 13 yards for a first down to nail him at the two 301 and 100 Stark j from.'local businesses.
margin they held onto as the down at the BUS 48, then yard line as the two gridders I
Bulldogs superior offense used Feaster came through with runs crashed together at full speed. JacksonVilleBusiness .
up the clock. of 11 and 18 yards for a Bolles Bolles got to the Bradford ,
S l first down at the BHS 12. 16 yard line early in the fourth j. t
There the BUS defense got period before the BHS defense .
tough. Big linebacker Danny toughened and stopped the Jax
i FLORIDA Jackson broke through on first team's only other serious I r\
down and Feaster got nothingon threat. :
Quarterback Bob Glllander,
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Kelly's Heroes Charles Wright nailed Feaster completing: his only pass of the

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message for the Army: Runners Fourth In JaxBradford '

-Upthebnusr Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: A II r
Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00 Sales and Service, :
PLUSRichard High cross country said. "Whatever the reasons, .,- N :
runners placed fourth Saturday I can assure you we are now MmDEDICATEDkA
Burton FRI.. SAT.. SUN. In the Lee Invitational behind working to correct," the coach Parrish MotorsSALES ;

OCT. 23 21. 25 Orange Park, Lake Butler, and says. / ;
Double Feature Palatka South. .
Clint Eastwood Program In fairness to Buddy Paterson -
Richard Fill the top Tor-
was coach added that BHS SERVICE
the ,
Mary lire nado runner, placing ninth In either first PARTS
runner was running
When they take 16:10 Coach George
you over what. or second to Just beyond the
"Where Eagles for an out-of totvner, Loper termed an extremely 1-1/4 mile mark and a mus-
rough course" at Imeson AIr- Alw 7t Good Tied Can :
cle hit his left leg,
take spasm -
Dare"Panavltlon really you. port.Jimmy Lowery was 12th for forcing him to drop back. Ml Lair St. Ph. 3SS-5,U :

BUS In 16:24: Sylvester Lott BHS next meets Palatka South """* DEMOCRAT f
ICMGM 19th In 17:05, Buddy Paterson in a dual meet here this Saturday ELECTRIC MOTORS ...
21st In 17:21: Mark Hodges 22nd Oct. 24, at 10 a.m. : .
Mrtrocolor : in 17:22: Gerald Griffls 28th PEAVY Brothers
f in 17:46: and Holland Corbitt

38th Orange in 18:23.:Park won the big meet EDMONDSONLandclearing" Electric Co., SOLVE ITS MAJOR PROBLEMS (DRUG ABUSE,

SUN., MON., TUES. with 33 points, Lake Butler Electric Motors

OCT.. 25, 26, 27 was a distant second with 64 field Serviced :Repaired. CAMPUS DISORDERS, POLLUTION, FREE WHEEl- :
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(No one under 18 with PK Yonge 72, BHS fifth fourth with with 95, and 83 ** MOWING TRACTOR WORK Rewinding.4044 Lenox Jax.. 387-2528 ING GOVERNMENT SPENDING, CRIME IN TH E ;

admitted) Bolles sixth with 164 points.

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overall good
"It was not an
effort by our team," Loper
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11 In Last Home GameBradford To PalatkaSpider BOOKKEEPING

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their toughest team of the season -
tonight, as they play St. run out.4 or 5 different defenses Davis scrambled his which ended on the Bradford 35. Phone 964.5590 ,..
way for 134 yards In 20 car-
and stunt out of all of them.
Augustine In the last home
game ries Thursday night as Palatka The second and third playof
of the season.Game The Yellow Jackets also have handed the Bradford JV Its the third quarter foretoldthe loom No. 4, Dixie Motel
two excellent running backs. second loss, 8-0. outcome of the game. On Starke Florida '"

time is 7 p.m. One of them, GUmore, Stands r i 1 rL & I Ir The second half belonged to the second thrown play for the a Tornadoeswere rive yard '..
"St. Augustine was describedby 6 feet and 185 pounds.The other the Baby Braves, as the Palat '.
Then the ,
Bishop Kenny's coach as the one is about the same size.A ka defense held the Tornadoesto loss. on play .;
toughest team he has.seen all PA % .a a minus 7 yards rushingand a Bradford pass was Intercepted "
year. Bishop Kenny lost that serious blow was dealt the Spider scrambled for 86 by Palatka's Kenny Crews.
game, 48-6," said Coach John Baby Tornadoes when QB Steve of his 134 yards.In In the third quarter Palatka
Allen. Strickland was placed on the scored from the one on quar- "
doubtful l list with a knee in- the third quarter the Tor- terback sneak by QB Crews. ..

Coach Allen describe St.AugMoyies jury. "We will just have to nadoes stopped the Braves twice After two previous drives had ..
wait and see how the knee Inside the Bradford 10 before ..
stalled Inside the Bradford 10.
responds," Coach Allen said. Palatka scored from the one .
the PAT attempt failed as the
"Replacing the Injured StriCK- yard line.
.... ... land would be Ronnie Hall, who ball was fumbled. ,
In the fourth quarter, the AtIJcCha
has The Braves got on the score
no experience. board again In the fourth quar- Braves put two more pointson .:
A hilarious series "Last weeks game was the ter as Palatka forced Brad- the Scoreboard, as a Brad-
ventures takes worst game we played all year. ford Into a punting situationon ford snap went over the punt ;
George Keller-man place Jslck when We had a complete mental let- fourth and 22 on the Brad- er's head and rolled Into the rlesj.r
mon) arrives In New( York Lem-with down. The one stand-out In last Tornado tight end Charles Wright Is on the move after ford eight yard line. Palatka end zone. II)

his wife (Sandy Dennis) for a weeks game was Stan Reddish." taking a Dean Johns pass against Bolles. then put two points on the boardas In the, Bradford closing minutes managed of one the s '
final the snap from center was game ,
oi Interview for:the position high and the ball rolled Into final drive which ended whena 9''
sales vice with president his company in charge In"The of the end zone. short.fourth down play was Inches About This Questloni. ,"

Out-Of-Towners" playing Fri., In the first quarter Brad- "Last fall saws ,
Sat., and Sun. at the Florida my power
Theatre. ford controlled the ball as the were stolen from the build.:
Baby Tornadoes defense held Statistics
ing site planking fell from
.. the Braves Inside their own
"True Grit" starring John -
Wayne, Glen Campbell and Kim 40. The Tornadoes then mar- BUS Palatka our truck, causing n pass{
Darby plays on the double bill Looking back now on 1-3-1 the wide receiver position will defensive chief. The boys are starters and lacked experience. ched 53 yards to the two where ing car with "The Out-Of-Towners." record Head Coach David Hurse be sophomore Wayne Testoneand Dyal defensive tackle Brad Guard Bob Dyal was simply the drive ran out of gas. First Downs 6 7 contractor took his money
says his Tornado grinders senior Marly; Meng. QB Carter, linebackers Gary Melvin outmanned on offensive with a Rushing yds 22 135 but left me with his bills. '
On the screen at the 301 should have won all three games Dean Johns Is also slated to and Malachi Henry, defen- 200-pound man on either side But from the second quar- Passing yds 48 11 Does the Charley E. Johns, :
Drive-In Fri and Sat. Is"Kelly's they have lost."Naturally see some action there. sive end Randy Gasklns, and of him Sexton says. ter on the game belonged to Pass compl 3-7-1 1-8-0 hale in-1' .
Heroes" and "Where halfback Wayne Testone. the Braves. The second quar- Fumbles 1 1 Agency
Eagles Dare". we're disappointed At present time it was still But even SOl Coach Sexton ter was mainly an exchangeof Penalties25 -35 surance ," was Hurse's comment unknown whether the Tornadoeswill Gasklns, starting his first points out that the Tornadoes punts. The Braves mount- Punts 5-28 2-27 ing contractor'I'
In "Where Eagles Dare"Ric- MondayIn game, played the defensive end have been stopping themselves."We I l
services of half-
have the > I'M
hard Burton leads an interna- spot as well as anybody has this TouchdownsPalatka (Kenny ,
back and captain Jimmy Alvarez ball twice for E. M
an effort to shake out of run the Charley
tional I
team on an Incredible season, coach Sexton says. His Crews, 1 yd run).
mission Into World War n Ger- the losing skin which has the their leading ground yardage. Then on third down
The Tornadoes mired In one of the gainer and most experienced only errors came on sprint out we're going to throw the ball. BEGINNERS BRIDGE JOHNS AGENCY"' {
many. group, Including Scoring by Quarters- ::
coverage. ,
pass ,
Clint Eastwood as the American worst records in 20 years and runner. Alvarez has not prac- Nobody has stopped us. Nobodyhas CLASS TO BEGINA '
which could equal last year's ticed since the Live Oak game Carter and Dyal were both had to." Palatka 0062-8 I d1l1l1 "a
131 So. Walnut Sl.1(
officer, and Mary Ure as 3-5-2 mark, Hurse has decidedto when he received a blow on credited with an outstandingjob beginners bridge class Is BUS 0000-0 : yoga,
its lone feminine member, is start senior Tim Murpheyat the head and had resulting head- at defensive tackle. The Tornadoes have been scheduled to meet for the first I Phone 964-5070 .,elnJ! ,
parachuted onto a snow slope quarterback against Palatka aches. Hnlntr a /good enough job defensively time next Tuesday, Oct. 27, at
Gary Melvin did a good job Sexton says, pointingout 5:30 at the Pratt Street .. ..11>
l high in the Austrian Alps. Murphey a three letterman p.m.
Return of Alvarez for the
BUS at linebacker. neither Bolles or Live Qak Recreation Center. ..-.10( ,
Is the most experienced
perennial battle In Palatka this gained too much yardage on For Information phone John NO MATTER HOW
Through raging blizzards, gridder. He has stood out this Friday would greatly enhancethe Most disappointing to Tornado BUS. Mussollne, 473-4383, CrystalLak SMALL THINGS MAY SEEM< JBf>
they make their way Into a season as a wide receiver. His Tornadoes chances Coach coaches so far is the play of oj.O .
village training quarters for high school football career goes Hurse 88YS.Mondav's. the big boys, especially Danny Both he and Head Coach David IF ITS IMPORTANT TO fi' ,It '
the crack Nazi Alpenkorps, and back to the ninth grade whenhe for the Jackson and Gene Harris, were Hurse point out that if the I/J 91,
from there attempt to infiltrate lettered as a hardnose defensive Palatka practice had been counted on to pro- Tornadoes can keep from mak- :.:.:. ::::;:::;:::::;:.:. .:.:.:,:.:-:.:.;-:-:;:<<.;.:.:-:.:.:-: YOU. ITS IMPORTANT..1'NO .
end.Mllrphey battle was as spiriteda vide the leadership in the line mistakes at crucial
ing points
TO nail : b
an Impregnable "castle of the session as the Tornadoes have and gui- ..
has been practicingat had all Coach Hurse In both performances that have been keeping them ; GLASS >.> !+ I It'
eagle" in order to rescue a season dance."They're. : ; _
all but from kaing the big third down,
quarterback season said, a good Indication the term
American JOE
top general. RIPLEY JR.
Coach Hurse wanted to have Is gettingup for the traditional the two people who they can move the football. ;:; :.:. ."IN.;0'110.<. ffi .."..
Playing at the 301 Drive- more experience at the signal battle. should be getting the job done Starting offensively against I::::' MirrorsFOR
is In Sun., Mon. and Tues. willS calling spot before giving him In the offensive line," Coach Palatka will be tight end Charles j VOTE
that responsibility In a game. Brightest spot among many Sexton out. Both are 1 ,
be "X" rated films "Cherry" disappointments this season points Wright, split end Wayne Testone EVERY PURPOSE '
\.i and "Mud Howey". Taking Murphey's place at has been the steadily improving senior lettermen. tackles Len Register and Danny :: ::: THE MAN
\\\l.\ ; performance of the team's Sexton termed _the P.ayhof! -.acksCI'! ?! guards Bob Dyal anduene I:::: SHEA'S {I II ::}
offensive line In the Bolles Harris, ana center Gary <<
sophomores. Six stated against Joe
Bolles will be In the starting game as adequate.lie and Coach Melvin. In the backfield will be I GLASS CO :I Ij :: ( Riplcy} Jr. ,
Tim In
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home eleven against Palatka. Jim Duncan pointed out the his quarterback first start at Murphey that post :>:j?:: S72-41I5- I72-4IS1 g;
1111 ( House of Rep Dist 1 17
;: N.W. 4Hi PleseG.lee.vllle 1
A sophomore, infect, was three sophomore backs and two fullback Brad Carter, and run- :
named line of the week by Tor- sophomore linemen were all ning back Malachl Henry : nCll "
r STARKE y::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!::::::::::::::::::>.:::::::::::.::::* v
nado coaches. Bob Dyal of
Brooker was selected for the
honor for his play defensive
tackle, according to Coach Mike
Sexton. "Dyal did an outstandingjob GAINESVillEBusiness
HEIGHTSPHONE ," Sexton says.

471.3176: All six sophomores drew
praise from Coach Sexton, the DirectoryAUTO HARVEST -

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Vasco V. Hazen Chicken Supper,, B. W. Singletary &; ""' ; .
Services Set Gospel Sing Set Services Held '-1 't"V'i'i'B'C> .

For ThursdayVascoe At Pine ValleyA At Hope ChurchBerry t \ iQg W'& >;C agf pfJG7dtt1tMf99_ ;.. T

Vernon Hazen 66, Gospel Sing Is scheduled Walker Singletary, 78, !
died In Jacksonville Tuesday Saturday Oct. 24, at 7:30 pm. of Waldo, died Thursday Oct. :;;:r I
15, in Orlando after a sudden -
morning after a sudden Illness. at the Pine Valley Congregational -
He was born at Brooker on Holiness Church. illness. He was born In Cairo, FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday
April 3, 1904, and was a life Beginning at 5 p.m. a chicken Ga. on Feb. 28, 1892; was a School, 9:45: a.m. Morn
long resident of Bradford Coun supper will be served. Adult retired farmer and a Baptist. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing Worship II a.m. Youth I
; plates will be $1.25 and children Surviving are five daughters LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwest Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice I
ty.Mr.. Hazen was a trainman under 12 years of age will be Mrs. Thelma Norman, Waldo; 1404 E. Bessent Road tey. Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morn- Morning Worship and Communion 'ing' Worship, II a.m.; Evening Wednesday 8 p.m. I
with the Seaboard Coastline served for 75 cents. Mrs. A.M. Woods and Mrs. I- SundayPriesthood 8:30: a.m. ing Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening ser- Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer -Rev. Robert D. Burch '
Sponsored by the Gospel Messengers nez Kohler, both of Starke; Sunday School 10 a.m. SAcra- Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday.
Railroad, and was on his way Mrs. A.T. Smith and Mrs. Pearl 7:30 p.m.Rev.. service GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
the sings are held ment, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting : Worship -Rev. J.C. Saunders, pastor.
to work when stricken. He wasa monthly at the Pine Valley Treat both of Orlando; two MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight, pastor 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway S-100 A, Starke (Griffls -
member of the Brotherhood Waldo Singletary, Austin 4:30 Loop).
sons, TuesdayPrimary : p.m.
Church located off US-301 north CHAPEL
of Hallway! Trainmen and the of Starke down the gravel road Texas, and James M. Sin- WednesdayRelief Society: ; PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m.Morning
Starke First Baptist Church. by Bradford Furniture Corp. gletary Albany, Ga.; 33 grand- 7:30: p.m.Jesse Sunday School, !10 a.m. Morn- i'Afl..TOIti' CIiRiSTIAN CHURCH Sunday9:45: Morning a.m. Wor- Worship at 11. Training Union
Surviving Is his wife, Cleone Worship, 11 a.m. Pre- School, 11 a.m. Worship 7:30.
children and 17 great grand- D. Branson, Branch ing 6:30.: Evening :
Everyone Is Invited to attend. Sunday School: : l 10 a.m. Morn- Training Union 7p.m.
Sowell Starke 6
Hazen of ; one children. President. Services Booster Band Young ship, p.m. Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-
daughter Mrs. Marsha Kay Funeral services were held People and Prayer Service), 6 ing Worship, II a.m. Evening' Evening Worship. nesday, 7:30.: -Rev. Don R.Drawdy. .
Furlong Valdosta, Ga., and one Worship, -James Shaw pas- Wednesday7:30 Prayer Ser-
at 11 a.m. Monday In Hope JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Pastor.
son, Jimmy Hazen, Gainesville; Baptist Church with Rev.Merle BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday
sister Mrs. O.G. Stray- Vet NewsNearly night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
one Packham officiating. Intermentwas 301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 p.m. Rev. John Strickland
horn, Wildwood; four brothers, Sunday School 9:30: ; Training
In the church Pastor.
cemetery tee Freez Drive In, Sunday
Aubrey and Winfred Hazen both Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning
under direction of DeWitt C. School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH[
of Gainesville Marvin Hazen FLA. ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
; Jones Funeral Home. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;
Temple Sun-
pastor. Meeting 7:30
O- 7:30 Prayer :
; and Purvis Hazen, : p.m.;
cala. Also surviving are five 817,000 persona were Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- 11 HOPE BAPTIST.CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
grandchildren. trained under Veterans Administration WILDLIFE OFFICE day.Leroy (Highway:: 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent Training ning Worship, 7p.m.Wed.; Prayer Pastor Rev. Robert West.
I Olive, pastor EL. School- 10 a.m., Morn- Meeting and Bible Study, 7
Funeral services will be held programs in April--the JAMES R. DOXEYPROMOTED Sunday Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Doug-
at 2 p.m. Thursday in the most for any month since the TO SERGEANT Griffis, associate pastor. Ing Worship- a.m.; Training las, Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
Starke. First Baptist Church current G.I. Bill went into effect: Union6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor- 11 a.m.. 7:30.: Lavern Outlaw, C.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
with Rev. W.A. Hogan officiat June I, 1966. Florida Wildlife Officer DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15: p.m.Wednesday Ser- music director. Welcome. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
ing. Interment will follow in M.T. Dixon.. the Director of James R. Doxey has recently BROOKER Night Prayer Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
Antioch Cemetery with DeWittC. the Florida Division Veterans been 'promoted to the rank of Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
Jones Funeral Home In Affairs, said, the April figure sergeant In the Game and Fresh Services, II a.m. and 7 Packham pastor. HEILBRONN BPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
charge. was a 35% increase over the Water Fish Commission law enforcement ''p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L. Parker pastor.
same month a year ago and division accordingto Rev, Lacy Conway: pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.Morn- 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45
7% higher than the 764.000 peak Captain Frank Johnson, GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Ing Worship, 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15: p.m. CALVARY BAPTIM' CHURCH
reached under the Korean Con- north east region enforcement 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 a.m. Morn-
FISH SUPPER flict G.I. Bill\ at the end of supervisor for the Commission. 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,
SET AT LAWTEYA March. 1957. Doxey 25, graduated from Sunday School, 10 a.m. WorshU Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.
A Substantial increase was Chamberlin High School in Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

fish supper is scheduled made In the apprenticeship and Tampa In 1962. He was em- -Rev. Y.W. Kldd pastor.CONGREGATIONAL .- a eeS-Se- ..a-a-eS -ea ..-- -- -- --- -- --- -----&

Saturday Oct. 24, at the Law- onthetraining program ployed by the Commission as ....,.......'" ..........'..'...............................................................................................................................................................................................1 ,
tey Church. of God from 5-8 These categories jumped 73% a wildlife officer In 1967 and HOLINESS w.It1wd [t w?, '! ;;;; ; ; I
from 45,000 in April of last has since been assigned to duty; CHURCH 1 t lt i I
p.m.The i ; !r" sJ:lil l
'church is located on US- year to 78,000 in April of tills in Baker and Gllchrist Counties. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- sU
301 south of Lawtey. The Dixon E A
charge will be $1.25 per plate y Almost 60 says.% of the 817,000 In. his capacity; as sergeant ing vice Worship 6:00 11 Evening a.m. Youth Worship Ser. .... .. T R .. ......:;........... ..... ...... ......:...........................'........'.. I
will be law enforcementfield : p.m.
Doxey ( .
for adults and 75 cents for in-training at the end of April ::1::r. +I.r "'"\ : rn.'J-r.:.:: .
supervisor for Nassau 7.p.m. :::::: ..j I?'
children under 12. were In Institutions of higher _... I
Meet L'L'I
: night Prayer
and Bradford Coun- Thursday .
learning. Total college level Duval Clay 7:30 111111 He walked l a long time and rang many doorbells T' .. .rt..1. .:-4; 'J

i enrollment for April, 1969, was ties.Doxey and his wife, Peggy p.m.Ivy Luke PastorNORTHSIDE I 11J nd "scared" a lot of people in order to (" 't;{. I
about 133,000 more than In ,
p and two children will live in ::11; acquire his Halloween treasures. He wants! af I
April, 1968, he noted. BAPTIST l i iI ,
Citing statistics for trainees Whitehouse in Duval County.; CHURCH I 11111 to sleep] with his treasures beside him, where I

"HEY THERE under the Dependence educational Sunday Morning Worship 9:45: ; ;:.;:.:.;' he can feel the sack with his hand. ". .... .
Assistance Program PINE GROVE Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- c I
he explained the 33,284 enrolled REVIVAL SETA ning Worship 6 p.m. Training 1 11 f4f f :
1 /f'.1
These treasures somehow remind that }
In April. 1970 were 4- Union, 7:30.: I ...... you .?, ,I
438 more than a year ago and week long revival is set ThursdayTeachers and Officers t1 j one of your\ responsibilities toward your ,p-, II

Includes nearly 4 times as many at Pine Grove Congregational Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer 11: adorable child is to teach him what real j fltitb( i. ,,.,/
wives and widows as last Church at Ralford Meeting 7:30.Edward: .
year.A Methodist I friends church /fr :, ,
treasures are country, ,
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large Increase In wives Nov. 1-7. C. Harvey pastor.ST. -VA \
and widows enrollment reflects Rev. Henry Johnson will be Si: good deeds, family, love of God, and qualityof 'ti:4''t t.1 I

the rapid Infancy growth of the the evangelist. Rev. L.L. Grif- MARK'S EPISCOPAL ::: spirit, to name a fe\t'. i : qI
program which began In December fis is pastor of the church. CHURCH, STARKE I .:..:.;. '";.\Z. > I

explained., 1968, the Division Director Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd I 111 11 That "Trick or Treat" bag somehow reminds \ \... ;-1 I

Dixon also invited Inquiriesto FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sundays 11 a.m. Morning 11 Prayer 111111 you of that scripture in Matthew that f 1,1 l11 t{% r I
STARKE 2nd and 4th Sunday, a.m.
the Veteran County; Service Opportunities for service: -John M. Flynn, Rector. ::1:1:1:: goes, "Lay not up for yoitrtelres! treasure, ''I...
Officers the Veterans Administration -
or his office at P.O. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- 1:::1: upon earth, where moth and dust/ Mh cO"I" I Y I I1m11

Box 1437 from any serviceman, ing Worship atll; sermon, "ForI rupt] I, and where/ thieves break tII'JlJTallel// /! / I

his widow or children whothlnk Am Not Ashamed of the Gos- LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH steal Hut lay 1fOl'/ yourselves treasures, inliearen /
::; : /
Union 6:15 Eve I I
pel. Training :
they might be eligible for some ; Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;
educational benefits from the ning Worship 7:30: ; sermon Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Evening ::;:;: / where neither moth nor, nnt dothcorrupt !1 .'
Veterans "The Christian Law of Liberty. Mid- I 11111 .. where thieves do break I
Administration. Worship, 7:30: pm.:; ..;. /] and not

; .MondayYouth Choir, 7 p.m. week' Bible Study, Wednesday, 1 1I 1111':;:; thrnnr/h/ nor steal: for where your treasure, / '\", I

Political Signs TuesdayJunior Choir, Mis- \7:30 Be p.m.In church Sunday. I ;.:.;.:.:.;. is, there, / will (your )heart be also./ yl\C"'c\ .
sion Friends Girls In Action Rev. W. B. Mercer, pastor .t1 .
We're AmingTo Pose Problems 3:30: p.m. Primary Choir GirlsIn I 11m1 You know that the church will help you in T. ;{!.,.. ;,, .....n-rAT o.AG I IJ11
Action 4:15.
Have A For DOT Crews WednesdayFamily, : Night GREATER BETHLEHEM this, so you vow again to be faithful to every s ; .:;'J ,Jl' <<, J : I

Supper, 6 p.m. Prayer Meet- FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH 1r1 service thankful for all the wonderful 'i.t"f. ; 'ii'" \.... ,

ROUNDUPOf Florida Department of Trans ing ing,, 6:30 Royal: ; Teachers Ambassodor and meet-Offi- Cor. Ash & Chestnut. Sunday 1:1::11; workers there, asking God to help you and . .

portation maintenance crews cers Meeting, 7:15; Church School 9:30: ; Morning Worship, I :::;:; them. t.., r ., ,

l'lembers"wwear are busy removing political Choir Practice 8:15.: 11; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service i.:.:.; ,
signs that have been illegally 6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams ::' \
posted "by the truckload" on ThursdayChurch- wide Vis- pastor. ':::::1:::;:::;:::;:::::;:;:;::::::::::::::::::':::::;:::::::;:::::;:;:::::;:::;:::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;;::::::':':::i::::::::::::::::::::::;:.::::::::::::.
I Your itation, 7 I "
state right-of-way across the -W.A. Hogan, pastor. @11 Th.Chuich; 1 it;Cod I oppoinltd' ggtny In hit" world lor,ipnodmg, ,kno ltdjl of/ Mil lovi \\ T1lt q". f1:
state, according to DOT offi- SMYRNA MISSIONARY I ::;;:: for mon end of Nit famond 'for man'/pond'to 'hot Imo by,loving, h. WESTERNClothes cials. They expect the problemto BAPTIST CHURCH .::;::: 'this. grounding, in 'thi Ian o' God. no govtrnmint' or 'mete' or .war of' lilt will long : : g. ::::;
continue and possibly grow 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- 1i 111 poruvtri, and 'the 'r.doms.hxh wt hold 10 door will ,mivitobljr" path Thinfoii,. ttn .: ; :;: ,
until after the November CHRISTIANDIMENSION
worse General Election. vices: Sunday School, 10 a.m. I ;::::: "from o Hlfiih' BOin, of/ WIt". ono ihould support 'the Church for 'the toki ol ihi willortt !;.w.t ::;:; ,
I'\'! Preaching 11 a.m. Training :::::: t hirmill, and u lii.> family l.,and 'that', how'..., i ory paean ihould uphold and par ; ;;; .
Political advertising is for- Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- 11 1 'ticioou in 'the Chunh b"oui. II" tolls the' 'truth oboul' mon i h'',,. death and dtttmv"" ''h.'l :.:;: ,
I October 25th Is bidden within state right of ship, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. .:.:.: liulh whxh olont will, ill him Inn 'lo livo ol o Child of God v1cob 1 Is; .':.'. .
SIMPLICITYThe -Elder A.G. Flynn, castor ;:;:;: h. ; ,
way. Other advertising Is pro- .. .. ..... .... ... .... .. .. .. .
hibited within the right of way. =1:[:[:::;:;:::::;:::::::::;:::::::;:;:::::;:::::;:;:::::;:;:::;:;:::::::::::::::;:;:::;:;:::::::;:;:;::;::;::::;:;:;.::.:::.;:" ; : .. .; ; ..;.:.;:::.: .:;:::: ::: ;:: .. t
OUNDUPDay within 15 feet of Apostle Paul was con- PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL
the right of -------- -- -- -- ---- - -- --- -- -- -
way, and regulations also prohibit cerned about the Christians In METHODIST CHURCH
: nailing advertising to the church at Corinth continuing Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
a trees. simplicity In their every- ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
day lives In a Corinthians 11:3: vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship, BRADFORD
DOT officials are especially he says "But I fear, lest by 7 p.m. Wednesday night prayer JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES, Inc.
fjPine Level upset by the practice of some any means, as the serpent beguiled meeting 7:30: p.m. ABSTRACT CO.
political workers who plaster Eve through his subtlety Rev. Neal Starling, pastor
bumper stickers to the frontor so your minds should be cor- Class Rings Featuring Arc Hardware:
Baptist Church back of traffic signs, or rupted from the simplicity; that CHURCH OF GOD Better Service For Your
is In Christ." Diamonds Complete Paint Suppliesand
even attach larger signs to OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Keepsake I

t. Interstate directional signs. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- I IJ Title Problems Com]
y1, Hiway, .100 ,\V. Simplicity; does not mean that ing Worship, 11 a.m.Young Peo- BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Sporting

J 1m Strickland, Pastor our lives will be poor and bare, ple's Service 6 p.m. Evange- J 142 W. Call St. Starke
+m ++ <* m mfmm < "Check
destlture of and With Us First"
- - enjoyment listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- Title Insurance!
beauty.; It does not mean that Phone
7:30 964-7061
day Prayer Meeting : p.m.
219 Washington! St. 96; 1 5270)
one should reject the bounties Come and worship with us. 1SS W. Call -- Ph. 964.6881 -
which God provides. Anythingthat -Rev. Bobby Harris pastor. "
Pine Valley Congregational makes one a better servantof STARKE 66"

Christ is to be Possessions accepted with LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL SERVICEBill BRADFORD COUNTY
thanksgiving. or
activities that capture the heart HOLINESS TELEGRAPH
Holiness Church and lure lives become the Sunday School 9:45a.m.: ; Mor- Edwards Ph., 964-7231 flJ45
[I things which lessen simple and ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth 4c t OFFICE SUPPLIES
steadfast devotion to God. Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- Tire Tru.lngHeadlight 1E 'L JtiO
Located off 301 Down Gravel Road By ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. TYPEWRITER
Bradford It ( Fla.Saturday Prayer Meeting 7:30
The principle of simplicityhas Brake Service ADDING MACHINES
; iht-St.rke; many points which one p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey,pastor.

should consider. The Bble Wheel Valance and from IMM
speaks of the inward man and
METHODIST Tate Ut. druditry out
U taS
the outward man. The inward STARKE Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 961.6111 .
If t 7:30Sponsored :: man consists of mind and soul ol paper work.tCOAL -
Sunday School, 9:45: Morning
and outward is
Worship, 11; Junior and Senior
By physical structure of emotions. MYF groups 6 p.m. :Minor Repairs 24HR. WKUCKEK; SERVICE;
Simplicity Is coordinating the
WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal PAYROLL fcMVKLOPK
The Gospel yMessengers two with the spiritual grace 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 617 N. Temple A\e. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
that belongs to the Christians.
7:30: ; Chancel Choir Rehearsal,
Featured 7:45.: *10 S. Temple Starke
PerformersWill Simple love of God and fel- -DeWitt T. Farabee Jr. FLORIDA
lowman are indeed virtures of TELEGRAPHOFFICE
Be simplicity.; "Love one another MADISON STREET '\\PEST
from the heart fervently" a BAPTIST CHURCH SUPPLIES EDWARDSGrocery
PresentThese Peter 1:22): ). Sincerity of act- Opportunities
of service
o ions is closely allied to simplicity TYPEWRITERS ONTROL
O Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- and Market
; and has its roots in Ing Worship, ]11 l; Training Un- ADDING MACHINES
the principle which Is being ion, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Cir- Groceries Meats Feed 11 plflw+ (0.
Sings! will be Held stressed as emphassis on essential cle, 7:15: ; Evening Worship
virtues and a suppres- PHOTOCOPIERS: from 5 v.5eto GAS AND OIL
Each Month. O sion of that which is false or 7:30.Monday Youth
Choir Prac- HU. Tilt the drudgery out
corrupt. In the Interest of simplicity tice, 7 p.m. of piper work.- Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. ;339) !) E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
; one should change act- TuesdayMission Friends
ions that are of no real valueto Girls In Action Acteens, 3:30: UEQAL FORMS S. 301 South Starke Phone 961-5715;) for FREE
his life or his devotion to
A CHICKEN SUPPER WILL BE ('oM p.m.WednesdayPrayer RA's, 6 p.m. Meeting ,PAYROLL kNVItOPI PHONE 964-5312 Inspections and Estimates

SERVED AT 5:00 P.M. "in attempting the principleof 8:30 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice,

Plates: Adults $1.25 -- Child. 75c simplicity the heart will -Denton p.m. Sumrall pastor. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
be cultivated and uncorrupted,
allowing "the simplicity that Owned By ThoseVe Ser\e In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Uette-
is In ChrUt" to spring forth.
Everyone Invited J.C. Brown Jr.. Minister Electrically"-Keystone Heights, -Phone 473.4911
.First Christian Church

PACK; 16 TELEGRAPH OCT. 22. 1970

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE =J I I Keystone City Council MeetingAirport

., =1:1:": Chairman Roy WaU The council approved the use
::- to builda of voting machines for the e-
I kins reported on plans
Keystone HilitesBy ------- Sti>. new hangar at the Keystone lection and named the same
( during the regular City election officials that served

I By. GLORIA REDFEARN-. I News NotesBy I :: Council He said meeting the airport on October committee 13.- (last clerk year), Mrs.: Mrs.Arthur Harold Manner-Sutton

Call 473-3288 or 473-4182: I :: Is recommending a build- Ing, Cordon Adams, and Mrs.
Helen Egan I i" yl t ing measuring 125 x 125, approximately George Massa, alternate.
BW Councilman: Huntley Redfearn
-- the size of the

WOMAN'S CLUB Peters of Lakeview Drive.Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Lu Gaunt, and Mrs. Fran i .rXr2w t'' The Annual District V Fed- Wales Is Mrs. Peters' niece. CHURCH WOMEN'S RUMMAGE Turknett's Circle One mem- which will be razed. on a new garbage
eral Day meeting was held onThursday Mr. and Mrs. John Davisof SALE. The highlight of bers and The Nightingales, ::-:: Council Chairman E.R. Fox for the city He also recommended -
Oct. 15, at the Plantation Lakeview Drive have returned the Church{ Women activities of (Mrs. Ellolse) Cook's evening : 111 said It would be necessary for that authorized the high close
Hotel, Crystal River. to Keystone Heights for last week was the very suc- Circle members will serve a tin the cUyto; employ an architectto principal street be the football field,
Five Board members attended the winter season. cessful rummage sale held In tasty luncheon from 11:30 to 1:30: :: e'I draw up plans for the han- a concurred.
the meeting leaving Keystone We are happy to report that the Walker Building In down- at$1.50 per adult,75C per child. + I gar and that bids will be taken and Police the council Chief Wally Muhlho-
at 6:45: a.m. The early Mrs. James Osborne has returned town Keystone from October 7- The menu will feature chicken +:: Ancient I m the project. asked to check on
risers were: Mrs. Earl Voyles, home after a stay in 10. Besides the actual goods a la king, green beans, cranberry :' I Councilman Joy Batter sug- was who are reportedly
President; Mn. Kenneth Lig Alachua Hospital. sold, through contributionsfrom salad, hot rolls, spiced :: ; gested that the city should also persons
gett, Mrs. Winton Keeth, Mrs. Also home from Alachua Gen- members and friends, cake and beverage of your t ,1 contact the Federal Avia- parking their cars on
: Thunder also asked to noti
: and he was
J.A. Williams, and Mrs. Henry eral Mrs. Qulncey Gard- tion Administration to gain
are there were several fringe ben- choice. :}:ti: ap- living In a house
Schuber. ner, following surgery; and Roy efits, as donated articles were I :::: proval of plans for the han- trailerewithln the city limits
The program honored State Bridges, after having a heart sorted and Items that could EXECUTIVE BOARD ::s ': see If federal action violates a city
Officers, with coffeefollowedby attack. be used for the Welfare Pro- The monthly meeting of the } f :<", I 1 I matchngfunds are available. that such.
registration, business of the Mrs. Marvin Homer Is In -: Watkins said he would follow ordinance.In
gram under Mrs. Bert Chrls- Church Women's Board will be >: _.. other action the Council
day and luncheon. District V Methodist Hospital, Jackson- toffers Committee, and for the held at 1 p.m. on October 26 ;::: :::: through on the suggestions and Mrs. Aughtry Vanceto
workshop and report on Hacienda ville, for surgery. Starke Nursing Home, such as in the educational building. As ,# report at a later meeting. delegated
whitetail !1 temporarily as city;
Girl's Ranch by Mrs. Mrs. Harold Sutton has returned small personal gifts were sort per a motion passed by the 't1:j, Muzzleloadiiu\ ('nthufor a three-day Mayor Ray Stames announced serve Homer
Mrs. Vergie -
W. Marquette, FFWC Chair- from a visit with her ed and laid aside. The net membership at the last Gen- '::,: siast Myron Prevail Jr.deer hunt set tor November :;: that a mlnlclpal election will be clerk while for an oper-
Is hospitalized
man. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. income from the sale was eral Meeting, the Constitution of Keystone Heights I in Tennessee!' Central Mi # held December 1 for the pur-
Hostesses were members of and Mrs. Lee Sutton, In Pen- $238.15. However, the value of Committee was to add an amendment :i':::i i touches off a load of black Peninsula. Prevatt says :t: pose of electing two membersof
the Crystal River Woman's sacola. While there she also the above named items, plus to the effect that .::i: powder in his! 140-year-old the restored weapni :,:; the council. Those whose
Club, Yankeetown Woman's visited with Stephan Brokas previous sales, will add a con- "any officer or chairman of :!. Civil War vintage 54calused by his greatunclen terms are expiring are Chair-
Club,lkoman's and Crystal River Jun- son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bro siderable amount. committee who has a cochairman ::::1 rifle dur- n the North-South coning ::( man Fox and Mrs.Baker.There
ior Club. kas.Mrs. This annual sale has been and cannot attend any :::t lict fires a 255-grain will be no candidates for tax
Edward Patzer recently under the able chairmanship meeting, that the co-chairman ': a target session con- bullet :: assessor and tax collector since III'
patched groups
HOBBY SHOWA had as a house guest her of Mrs. Thelma Wallace for be present and have the right '.:: ducted by the Keystone 9 inches at the duties of those officers are
committee Is planning a brother and sister-in-law, Mr. the past three years, and held to vote." :. Heights I Sportsmen's approximately: about : now performed by the county,
Hobby Show to be sponsoredby and Mrs. Reese of Fort Pierce. In the Walker building under ,'.': Club. Prevatt, an attorney 100 yards and has : under a new legislative act. )
the Woman's Club on No- Mr. and Mrs. Reese were en- the kindness of Mrs. Lois Wal- ADVANCE NOTICE: Due to 't.:::: is sharpening his eye the !same'! muzzle, velocity :I Starnes said the city regis-
vember 17 at the Clubhouse. route home after a summer in ker. The Community Church the first week In November :: as a 30-30 rifle. tration books will be open un-
This show will not be United Minneapolis.Mr. Women, both officers and members being the week of the Bazaar, :;:: (Jic'icsonville Journal Joe Caldw11)Keystone ) til November 9, and that petitions "It taken a smart woman
to members. There must* and Mrs. Everett Fox are most grateful to both It was voted that the General :!t photo by from candidates for the .<> decide if u man in. too old

be willing many to hobbyists exhibit their In our collections aret. entertained Council_ at their members home._ __ of on the_ Friday City- Mrs.a Wallace rn.ehafrman.who served. and without Mrs.- he Meeting deferred of the until Church thA Women second :}'--'O-o'.::: .: :: :::::: : :; :;::: ::::::::::::::::;':""'::::::::=::.::::.-;.;......:_.:_.:_=:;.:_.'..'.''.:O.:..:.._.-:-..!_o'........"--.: ...................;..;...;.;.'. .....,","',.... two council bv the seats council will until be received ]15- lo f lie 111.1-considered to bo eligible considered. or
n "" anld. "R""'a
of coins, china stamps, evening with a dinner Par- W-lk -ior-tit ij-UiiUr1 g ser- Monday: v.--9.- ii.n! will days i before the election. l; | ...
buttons, crafts- the list Is end ty. Mr. Fox Is president of the vi > and Interest In this fund be an evening meeting at 7:30
less. We are hoping this advance Council. Those attending were: raising project. To the many p.m. Indians Tame Wildcats
notice will allow ample Mayor and Mrs. Raymond women who acted as salesmen, :Jh" D T
time to work on exhibits. Starnes, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Mrs. Wallace extends her ap- SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB \ A 14 iIi i\ ii.-
Posters and news Items will Livingston Mr. and Mrs.Huntley preciation and thanks. The first meeting of Octoberwas ,
give all details of the show at Redfearn, Jr., Mr.and Mrs. held on October 13 In the 15-6 In Close Battle FridayBY : E A" ,;.

a future date."AROUND Marvin Homer, Mr. and Mrs. ANNUAL BAZAARThe Bradford County Recreation S-r ,;..4 .
Anthony Baker, and Mr. and Church Women attend- Hall on Pratt Street at 1 p.m. Fieldgoal, putting the Indiana
THE WORLD" Mrs. Roy Watkins. Assistingwas ing the Workshops which will Much preparation had been MIKE CHITTY 15-6 with 31 seconds
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Norwoodof the Fox's daughter and be In charge of the Rebeccas made for both this meetingand on third quarter.
Santa Fe Lake will share son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al (McLean) Circle on October future meetings, by the The Fighting Indians of Key- left Both In teams threatened In the Hi 21 North Keystone, Ilts. ,
their experiences of their trip Calllouett. 28 will close shop that after- Executive Board, under the stone High tamed the Taylor with Keystone way
around the world with club Mrs. Albert Nelson has returned noon as It Is the last meeting Presidency of Joe Kerrigan. Wildcats last Friday night, defeating fourth quarter to the Wildcats' 30: andTaylor's
members and their guests on from a trip to Europe looking to the home stretch of At each meeting Mr. Kerri- them 15-6. The Indians moving driving to the Indians Barbecue. Steaks .. Fresh Seafood <'. '
Tuesday, evening Oct. 27, at where she visited Amsterdam Wednesday, Nov. 4, when the dan presents any and all leg- recovered 6 Taylor fumbles, neither team was able to
6 p.m. This will be a covered Luxembourg, Monaco Monte Educational Building will be islative action and program- In what Head Coach Roy Bay- 20; but Buffet Lunch Daily :

dish supper Instead of the usual Carlo), a glass factory In VenIce decorated and the booths set ming affecting Senior Citizens, less termed our most aggres- score. plays their Home- Room 7 a.m.-12 ;
luncheon program to allow and the Alps of Switzer- up by the chairman and co- particularly from the White sive game of.the season. He Keystone this Friday, against Dining Open -- p.m.
husbands and friends to enjoy chairman of their particular House level. From the Nation- said our young boys have come coming who lost 44-0 to)
this program. land.Mrs.. David Nelson of Wes- booth. Each Circle is to pro- of age now, and finally found fun Maranatha Greenville this week. For Take-Out Orders Call Ole AI 473-9620
ley Manor is confined In the vide their own decorating ma- (Continued on Next Pagel) In blocking and tackling, and we
HERE N' THERE infirmary. She Is able to be terial In the colors of red, had good leadership from our
Mrs Horatio Wales of Lei- up and about on a limited basis yellow, orange and green. The Seniors. Tackling was led by
sure World Silver Spring, Md. because of an Inflammation following day, contributors of Dr. Lackey Mike Grace and Mike Wrinkle
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry In the leg. articles for the various booths who tallied 12 each.
are requested to bring them Warns of ThreatTo Keystone jumped out to an
during the morning hours of early lead after Ricky Davis EVENING
+ttri a -- o s r Area LakesDr. recovered a Taylor fumble on
November 5, marked as to sell iS
-I, ing price. Anyone wishing to their 10, on the second play of
send Items to Mrs. Thomas James B. Lackey, ma- the game. Norman Wllcox took .
We Are Pleased Gregory's home or bring themto rine biologist, of Melrose, 10-yard pass from Quarterback FORHonoring
II t tt the last Workshop, the Re spoke at the Rotary Club of Bobby Ilurner for the first
t beccas Circle members will Keystone Heights on Friday, Touchdown with only 62 seconds
price same. There Is an urgent Oct. 9, discussing the dangerof elapsed from the clock. Ricky:
To Announce That plea of the White Elephant Booth pollution In the lakes of Parades broke loose for a 76-
\ iI t tt committee, Mrs. Ralph Barker, this area if the critical bal yard running play and entered
chairman, assisted by Mrs.Es- ance of nature is upset. pay-dirt with 10:06: left In the
ther Kreuger and Mrs. Helen Dr. Lackey predicted: that It face-mask
second period, but a
We No Titus, that all articles be clean, would not be long before all penalty nullified his beautiful
iI t tt
t Longer in working condition, such as lakes in the area would be sprint.
electric appliances, and broughtIn bordered with residences and
early Tuesday.Mrs. that this overpopulation would John Aderson set up Taylor's
t For Out Of Town II t Ruth Greeson Chairmanof result In serious pollution from only score, as he Intercepted a
the Morning Circle, who has septic Lanka and surplus de pitchout from Bobby Hurner on
charge of both the Tea Room tergents. lie said that thereIs Keystone's 47 and galloped
and Baked Goods, Is anxious no trouble from septic tanksas down to the 8. Leonard Heath
I that baked goods be brought In long as the density of pop went In from 4 yards out two and
Items Deposited I It on Tuesday afternoon, so that ulation does not exceed 2-1/2 plays later, tying thee game at SupportingAll
: the display will be complete persons per acre, but pointedout 6-6 with 5:46: in i half, and
when opening on November 6 that this ratio Is already the game remained tied at hall-
at 9 a.m. So folks who are exceeded In many areas. lie time. Democratic: : Party
always so generous and their said that most of the fresh Ricky Parades accounted for
goodies so In demand, let's water lakes are comparatively 30 yards rushing in 3 plays,
t Open Your t tt help the Baked Goods committee shallow, and therefore sub- in Keystone's first real drive,
and be prompt. ject to pollution. as they moved 63 yards in 5 Candidates .
Nutrients from most deter- plays. This drive was cappedby
Checking Account Today t tt LUNCHEON MENU gents promote the growth of a 39-yard pass-play from
t Under the able catering of plankton on the lake bottoms, Hurner to Mike Grace, giving
Dr. Lackey said. The plank- Keystone a 12-6 lead with 10:10
ton uses up most or all of the left In the third quarter. After KEYNOTE SPEAKERCANDIDATE
t t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH oxygen In the water, with the see-sawing for awhile, Mike
KEYSTONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE HEIGHTS result that we have "fish kills"at Grace set up another Indian
Lawrence Carroll certain periods. Dredgingcan score when he returned a puntto
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Pastor: Rev. also do great damage to Taylor's 15. After being unable -

I School, 9:45: a.m. the ecology, he said. to move the ball, Keystone
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Morning Worship, 11 a.m.Youth The speaker was Introducedby called In Ron (The Toe)Strick- FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR
Community." Choir Practice 5 p.m. Church Bill Reynolds. land who booted a 25-yard

t I Training Hour, 6:30 p.m. Eve-

..... ... ning TuesdayGirls Worship, 7:30: In p.m.Action,3:15 I" LflJWWLWWnJ JXJ1rirxMrtrtJLfxru->irirLrLi 1 HON. TOM ADAMS ::

p.m.Wednesday a
Prayer Meeting, + ".
7 p.m. Adult Choir Practice,

RE-ELECT 8 18)p.m.ThursdayActeens, 3:15: p.m.Herman (Ages 12- r i C. S. "Pete" Herzer Thurs., Oct. 22, 7:30-8:30 P.Doctor's M. ::1

County Comm.
McGuIre, Chairmanof
ElbertD. the Deacons, presented the !
following committee chairmenfor District 2REPUBLICAN I Inlet

the Church's approval Wed-
.tYrry. '
nesday evening. These people 1 ( ) !
were selected by Bud Anthony, CIVIC CLUB
director of dedication services, C HE BELIEVES .;
to assist him In the DedicationDay
services scheduled for December ;
SaundersDEMOCRAT 6, at which time we Your tax dollars should be alloc- -REFRESHMENTSSponsored .
will dedicate the lovely new immediate :
auditorium.The ated to our County's .
Church voted approval on needs with sound fiscal planningfor ,-

( ) the following chairmen: Layingof the future.IF ,;

Your Only Full Time Cornerstone; Special Speakers, Bob and Henderson Dedication ByClay. ,

services, Rev. Larry a new Court House and Jail is

County Commissioner Carroll; Advertising Joanne constructed and it's present location Democratic :
Gassett; Kitchen Committee, County :
Mrs. Bedle Mann; Decorations,
County Commissioner Lol Carroll; Music, Virginia
Jordan; Building & Grounds, Executive Committee
Ellis Program and Print
Freu ; site
ing, Bill Wolfe Special Ar- constructed and it's present
Dist. 2 Clay County ;
rangements, Herman McGuIre. is changed the geographical location .,
We have been pleased to have is immaterial. However .
Honest quite a number of new folks selected should be rea- ..
the site
Experienced visiting In our Sunday morning .
services for the past several sonably priced well located ,
To Reach Doctors ;
weeks and trust they will always 4'
Efficient Cons entious feel welcome at our Church. readily accessible and large j Club turn from SR 21 :
This Saturday, the men of enough for future expansion.Elect w ,
our Church will have a "mint Blanding Blvd.) on SR 224, ;
best of ability
to the my
If elected, I will serve ing party"; at which time the

all the people In the county. Your vote and sup- present auditorium and education "pete" He will represent DEMOCRATIC then left on 224.A To Civic
building will get a new You not a selected Few.
coat of paint. The ladies will Club.
port will be provide a good substantial din- NOVEMBER 3 :.

( Political Advertising) unteers.ner for thesehard-worldngvol- (Pol. ady. paid for by Pete Herzer) ...

OCT. 22. 1970

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(From Preceding :Page) Mr. and Mrs. Gary halos of

well and HARP and vitally Tallahassee announce the birth ,
ber as
lal Council: of Senior Citizens,
Interested In the welfare of a daughter, Karla, born re- I w w -
a brochure was given to each -
Mrs. Kalos Is the forI I
fortunate people
of our less ,
member with the request that
Ford and Is the
old. mer Virginia
whether they be young or
they fill out and returnto
remains that Clay daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
The fact ,
Mm, which he will forward provide the same Ford. CLASSIFIED AD RATES IFOR SALE; -Bird dig puppies. Closeout: All 1970 Appliances FOR SALE! 2 overstuffed

to Washington. As this Is a Count may but Keystone I was very disappointed that JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Good Stock. Don Bagwell: EC4- to be sold at 10% chalra. 1 recllner and 2 drop
National program from Wash- calls concern- Minimum Charge ._. ...L75' SPORTS 6200. tf-g leaf taubtea. Call 964-5971.
Is Heights area, Is so far re- I received no above cost to make room lip
ington. D.C., this project of a de- (Cover 15 words)
aimed at doubling the mem- moved from Green Cove or e- Ing sire my to form an environmentclub. MOORE BOAT FOR 40 X 52" WOOD Dining Tables. for 1971 models. Air Con- FOR RENT Two bedroom

bership In the National Coun- ven MIddleburg. that Bradford the ser-and It seems that those In Each word over IS-7o (seconds). Were $59.95. now ditioners, Ranges Refrigerators furnished apartment Quite
cil by November 1971, the date vices Starke rendered have a closer tie, and this area are not that concernedwith 50c Extra Charge If not YOUR MONEY $19.95 & .$29.95 at Dahmer'a Dishwas hers, either: adutts. 507 Center St.

of President Nixon's White Interest for the populace. Vol- this problem. Too bad, paid in advance Starke Ph. 964-5791 Discount. itahg Washers & Dryers, and Phone 964-6041. Also hones
House Conference.The when do become concerned Wells Appliances ,for gale. Itp
American Association of unteers will be welcome In assisting you 8-TRACK new tapes, close-outs Ice' Makers. -
the Starke NSC. so call It may be too )late to do any CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Complete Outboard & 301 S. Phone
Retired Persons,last month enrolled at $3.98 and $4.98 at Daluner'a Hwy. FOR RENT OR SALE -Roua&
the 2 millionth member, Mrs. Dixon. There will be thing. forget that electionsare $1.50 Per Inch Stern Drive Service and Discount. Itchg 96,1.6061.POR ._ In country. Also apartments
and Senior Council has about classes for crafts and sewing. In a couple of Memorials Resolutions, Repair. Complete Fiberglass In Starko. W. H. NoOrrtam.
coming up SEMI SALE! 2-.2 room gas
the same number of members.In : (tfchg
concerned enough Proclamations etc -70 word Repair. Custom-
enrolling and sending names Mrs. Peg Richardson of weeks. Be Experience helpful! but not beaters $14 each. One Quaker
and addresses of friends eli- Starke was Introduced as a new about your govermnent to get CARDS OF THANKS built Fiberglass Fishing necessary; for local and over- State oil 6 room \space :beater For 8.Je4 bedroom house,

gible they do not need to be member. out and who vote.live In Those Alachua In County Mel-- SO words or less .. ... ...3.00 floats.Closeout. ithe-road hauling.' You can 'With blower $40. Phone 964- large fenced yard. Workshop.
friends rose earn $10,000 to$15.000 yearIf 8606. tJcbg Klngaley Lake. Ph. 964-8211
your neighbor, but your per
ANNOUNCEMENTS vote at the Home Demonstration Each word over SO-7o BnmBHHBI nBRBRBBBi
either near or far. who live ;you are <, ..mineto learn. evenings & weekends. Up
PURPOSE: They can participate Halloween Masquerade Party, Club. Those at Mel- : All 1970 Appliances !For< application call ((904)) 388- FOR SALE Green Simpson
In the National Council's 1 p.m. at Pratt Street Recrea- In Putnam County vote to be sold at 10% 4607 or write Advance' D. T. Sugar Cane-By whole\ patch. For Sale 14 cu. ft. refrigerator -
School. sat and fast with .
tion Hall on Oct. 27. President rose Phone 964-6879 After 6 p.m.2tchg
vital program to build a bet- Kerrigan will direct the Gram! There will be a Halloween CcBcse TaKita:!' and E-Vap above cost to make room Dept. 1716 North. (McBuff Ave., : 10-29 freezer like new

ter life for 20 million older March of costumed entries,aw Carnival at Interlachen Satur- "water pills." Andrews, for 1971 models. Air Con- Jodconvllle. Fla. 32205. $100.00. 21 cu. ft refrigerator .

Americans.Help friends and neighbors an 8 mm color movie will b day, Oct. 31. Those who wish Pharmacy., 6tp 11-5 ditioners, Ranges Refrigerators 2tch-r 10-22 FOR RENT One traitor\ freezer, side by side.
taken and will feature the to participate In the costume pace; one frame 2 bedroom NEW $360. 15 ft.
realize big savings through gram Dishwas' hers, INTERSTATE: MOBILE Home cu. refrigerator
at the Town $17.95 to $24.95 ALL WOOD One '
unfurnished house. large
meaningful services availableto prize winners, which at this parade should.m. Washers & Dryers, and moving in FLa. Call 9645606. freezer, with ice
reporting the executive board Hall at The Carnival Dining Chairs (seconds) for storage shed; one! mechanic
Gold Card Members of Cit the has kept, a secret as to. the is sponsored by the In- $6.95 & $8.95 lilt Dahmer's Dis- Ice Makers. Wells Appliances Itchg shop; one warehouse\ on. 301 maker, NEW $299.99. 3
National Council of Senior
izens. The older Amer- prizes, of which there will be terlachen PTA. count. Itch Hwy. 301 S. Phone OLIN'S MOBILE 15:one Bales! South of Starke. Call Mutual. used Electric Ranges, 2
icans the (National Council) six.At The Melrose HomemakersClub RCA COMBINATION Radio- 9646061._ Ctarke. Rt. 100 West has 1971 Lumber Inc. 964-7490 8 am. Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N.
contact the effective the November 9 club meet- held a successful turkey -12' wfetea' for 3195. Itchg to 4 pm. Itchy. : Thompson St. Phone 961-
can more nominations from the floor will dinner at their Club house Fri- Stereo Player & TV A-l shape ]FOR RENT: 2 BR Trailer, 6729 tfch

fits we will such be as higher in winning social bene-security bq made for the following off- day night. It was so successful for $199.95 Dahmer's. Discount
levels Medicare Improvements icers for 1971: President Vice- they practically ran out Itohg j 964-8243 or 964-5600. ltp Union carrier for Starke & oil heater 'with blower.approxd'ma.tely SMALL APPLIANCE Repairs.Ph. .

;and other mea- President Treasurer. Sec'y of food. The Club will hold Keystone areaa. Pays from 50.000 BTU. 7823667. Toasters, mixers
sures to help seniors have a Cor. Sec')'; Housekeeping their regular monthly meeting FOR SALE-New and /used ap- J FOR SALE: Chihuahua,\ puppies $50.00 to $75.00 per week: Anyone Good condition.! 55 al. tank fans Irons heaters. electric

better life. Anyone, reading this Chairman. A voluntary Sunshine Thursday.The pliancea We stock Norge, 1 A.K.C. $35.00. Gllssooti'aGrocery Interested, please tail and stand $50.00. Ph. 961-7783 ha 4 tools, faunrnawere. .
Melrose PTA wishes to Whirlpool Kitchen Aid ComIng < Highway: 21 Plh 473- Itp "'
chairman Is also
article desiring to join directly 864-6248. 2tp 10-29 ___ 4tp: 11 12 70
write to National Coun- The club voted to send a thank all those who participated Cook Ranges, Enterprise. ;3275._Itp _
may the Annual State in the bake sale Saturday.All and Scotchman(; Ice Makers WILL DO baby: sitting In my
FOR RENT Nice two bedroom -
cil of Senior Citizens, 1627 1 K. FOR RENTFurr.nhed, one '
clubs are grateful to borne. Phone. 964-8919. ltttg.
Convention which convenes next our Whirlpool Air Cndltlonosrs. We
St., N.W.Washington,D.C.200- trailer on Grifflj Loop.
3 bedroom> house.-2 bedroom
spring. Election of the nomI- those people In the bake sale service. what we sell. Wells J
36. The annual dues are $3. Gall 964-5690. 1'tp''
!house.!! No small children:!: or
Mrs. Thelma Dixon, Gold nated slate will be at the Nov. those people In Melrose who Appliances. U.S. 301 South 2
pets. Phone 964-5884 or 570!
all the baked goods that
23 meeting. buy miles Phone 964-6051. tfchg \
Card member of the Club and
W. Call St. :litehg
sold at the bake Custom
are many Built
local director of Starke Neigh- Mr. and Mrs. Terry Thobornof GLOVER
borhood Service Center whichis Treasure Island, and their sales held here. BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC Guitar -
a (unit of CUBB (Clay, Un- Infant son, Sean, visited Mrs. Hellbronn Spring*- Old Willie .and amplifier! far sate. 'MARY ELECTRIC Wrought Iron Rails for,
ion, Bradford and Baker coun- Thoborn's parents, the Jack BIBLE CLUB Green Place House Needs J Three pick-up. $75. Phone 533- Porches and Patios.

ties) reported to the members Haberstrohs, recently. While STARTS first MEETINGThe meeting of the New Work $8.500 Call Bill Powell ;2175 or 964-5599. Up Complete Repair Mobile Home Steps
that a larger center was being here they Introduced their young Life Bible Club will be held J CARTER ServiceWiRING.HEATING Mail Box StandsBrown's

made available for the work, son to friends In the Keystone Wednesday Nov. 4, In the roll- 10 ACRES J BRAND NEW $89.95 Craig 4-
so that more activities for the area. South tape Stereos for your oar,
Children's Chapel which 301 -Nice Frame Home Welding
underpriviledged could be en- Mr. and Mrs. W.E. St. Clair AIR CONDITIONING:
will be parked In front of Ar- Many Outbuildings Chain $29.95 at Dahmer'a Discount. PAINTSNEW
Joyed. The CUBB director and Va. fora
of Springfield
Itchg 24 HOURS
chie's. The club will meet each Link Fence $17.000 Call Bill 556 S. Walnut
his staff have made availablethe short visit with Mrs. St.
RJE facllites of the Brad- Cllar's brother and wife, the Wednesday right after school Powell BrokerSouthern TYPEWRITERS: Manual or ITEMS 96 -8835 Phone 964-6489

ford County School system. In Earl Allshouses. They contin- for one hour. 1-6 Electric. For .ale or rent. or 964-9958
and grades
All girls
this move, which will enable ued their vacation trip to Sa- are Invited.boys Lots of, new thingsare Marine Bradford County Telegraph.FOR WALL PAPER P
the NSC to work through referrals rasota before returning home.
the commodity program The St. Clalrs plan to retire being planned.for There will 1-3 Moved To Gainesville SALEA Unpainted Furniture SEWING
be awards grades
transportation, cookingand soon and will hope to settleIn New NameGainesville parcel of land Just off
to a brand new
earn, plus
sewing classes and eight Florida. "Mall Box Memory program"for MarineLYNN Stats: Road 230 toeing approximately = Wood Graining Kit MACHINE Ie BRADFORDSEPTIC
months from "full Head
now, a Dr. Albert C. Holt pastor 350 ft. x 83.53 ft.
4th grade and up. your
Start" yearly program. Mrs. emeritus of the Kesytone Community TANK
Dixon child can earn a free week of HAMILTON MGR. Price 125000. A. J. Thomas.Realtor. K-80 Paint Remover SALES SERV1CZPFAFF
explained her tardinessat Church, underwent ma- camp during one school year. Johnson Motors Cobra Boats : Tel. 064-5701. tfchg NCCCHI! COMPAN.YREPAIRING
the meeting, in that she jor at Bradford Hos-
surgery Houses NEW HOME! UNIVERSAL
This will be the third year Marine Supplies Washed
arranged to take a 14yearold pital. To date, he Is resting, SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
girl from the fail to a and will not be able to have for the New Life Bible ClubIn 1030 E. University Ave. Letters all sizes colors. Permanent Lawn Mowers For Rent $49.50 up
private place, and from the for some time. Cheer GainesvilleIF.
company for use on wood, glass
loan closet the Children's Bible Mis- MAJ**" *CH HeS PUMPING
provide clo-
proper cards will be most welcome. plastic paper metal leather 102 EAST BROWNLEE
thing so that she would be able Mrs. Holt Is with her son- sion, Inc. and the teachers are WE DON'T HAVE IT ANYTHING, I-Bradford County NATIONALelltir.UNiv.AVI.
to attend school. This reporter in-law and daughter, Mr. and Misses Thompson and Bell.The we'll get It for you. Office Telegraph., itWATSON'S STREET'COTTAOE
although living In Keystone, Mrs. Manuel Entenza on Santa aim of the club Is to acquaint Supplies, Furniture: Equip. 964-6647
Is a Senior Citizens Club mem- Fe River near Fort White. boys and girls with God and His ment. Bradford County 378-1355 Starke, Fla.
.......... --e.-.- Word and Is non-denomination- Telelfra h. tfcbC
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INDIAN child attending Is askedto WANTED LISTINGSOn House of Vacuum parents wanted.. Some
i BEACH bring his Bible and a note Homes and
Acreage. Buyers couples and 'women.
from home giving permission Many brands of :new vacuums
Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg. Salary. starts $347 NOTICEStarke BARRETTWater
$39.00 up. Used machines from per month
: (Lake Santa Fe) : attend. For further Information Broker
2117 N.
Temple Ave. $10. per person. 5 day week 8 hour
Expert Repairs all makes.
: By: Michael H. Chilly :I, call 4734782. Ph. 964-6609 starke. Fla. Parts and Accessories for all day. Promotional opportunities and Keystone Conditioning -

Phone 475-1(12 .I MELROSE PTA For all your Real Estate vacuums. Built in Central vacuum State' Retirement, sick leave; Heights area Customers and Pump Co.

The Melrose PTA will meet NeedsBuy Sell Ex cleaning systems. 712 N. /vacation, eto Please apply In

Greetings, friends and neigh- Chltty as mistakenly appearedIn I Monday Oct. 26, at 7:30: at change Appraisal Ex M'Iln. Galrpsvllle, 37R-7110 person only .Personnel Office. Hastings Mattress 130 Court Street
bors, how d'ya like that cool last week's column. the Community Center In Flo- pert Advice on all Real Bunlaud: Center! Gainesville,
and Upholstery
snap? Your Rolling-Reporter My parents, James and I rahome. It Is hoped that parents Estate Problems Call CLASP ENVELOPES all Fla. An equal opportunity; .em- Phone 9645832PLUMBING

enjoyed not being hot for a Cricket, and cousins Buddy and I In the Florahome area BILL POWELL lies: .- Bradford County Tele- player tlchgmnraoMMBBM Johns Ave.PALATKA .
change I tell .How will make an effort to attend graph. 710 St.
can you. Merle Ellis, of Gainesville, attended Reg. Real Estate Broker anii
ever I'm afraid that somethingIs < the Turkey Dinner spon- and beome acquainted with other Phone
bound to follow, that won'tbe sored by the Melrose Home- members. It Is also hoped Starke Plaza 964-6464 VETINARY INJECTABLES Water Conditionersand
so welcome, aren't you? makers Club last Friday evening that Melrose parents will go Starke smith Plumbingand Tetanus Toxold Is Open AgainPURNiTURE Pumps

Let me make a correction The dinner was a huge> to Florahome to show they appreciate tfchg : Sleeping Sickness WELL DRILLING

before I fqrget It. Even: though success, and the club wishesto all the years peopleIn Closeout( : All 1970 Appliances Distemper Hepatitis Sales and Rentals
everyone thinks Kathy is kin express their deep appreciation that area came all the way to be Supply Comblotlo Repaired Refinished
to me some or other to Melrose. If don't want at 10%
way for your Patronage. you ANDREWS DRUGS Re-upholstered I Repair Department
she's not (except I call her my Kenneth and Kay Padgett attended to drive that far alone Invite above cost to make room Raiford Road 24 Hour Service
adopted sister since I've known the football game with a friend to go along with you. for 1971 models. Air Conditioners NEW MATTRESSES

her over IS years), and her me last Friday night, and wesaw Dr. Fessard will discuss the Ranges, Refrigerators Phone 964-6023 FOR RENT -12' wide 2 bedroom .

last name Is Crawford, not Keystone defeat Taylor pros and cons of the amendment Dishwas her s, trailer outside city FREE ESTIMATES

156. The Padgetts were our to be voted on Nov. 4 Washers & Dryers, and Contracting and Repairs Umlta. J. B. White, 964-6114. Call Collect 328.2144
guests Saturday afternoon alongwith dealing with the decision of
Ire Wells Plumbing Fixtures ttcbg
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS their daughters, Tammyand whether to elect a county superintendent Appli
Tracy.PERSONALS. or have him ap- ances. Hwy. 301 S. Phone Water Healers FOR SALE New 'brick, 3 LEW'SWELDING SEARSHas
pointed. So If haven't made 9646061. Water PumpsINSURANCE '
you bedroom 2 baths living. room,
Jack and Lou Miller attendedthe up your mind, this will be an dining room, family room. SHOP Everthmg
Volunteer Fireman's Car- opportunity to hear both sides. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford FHA or Conventional Financlag.

nival In Florahome, last Satur- Plans for several projectswill County Telegraph. Ph. Contact Buford! Mitchell- Whispering! Pines Motel STARKEPhone

day, and Jack cooked hambur- also be discussed. 9B4-B39S. AT REDUCED RATES Phone 864-6760. P.O. Box 238, US 301 S. Phone

DIRECTORY gers for them. Joan Miller purchased AUTO FIRE, BOAT Starke. tfchg 9648252.

and alter much deliberationnamed Duplicate Bridge winners last AGENCY It's Inexpensive; to clean rugs UTILITY TRAILERS

it Wendy. week were: Thursday night, filer Brown teb. end upholstery with; BLUE CUSTOM BUILT.
BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Jo Strandberg has been Mrs. C.W. Hardy and Miss Iva /rte LUSTRE. Rent Electric Sham- GAS AND ELECTRIC
feeling under the weather for a Hlllyer; 1st place; Mr.and Mrs. pooer $1.50. Starke Hardware

week or so, but Is feeling bettor Mike Falkel, 2nd place; Mrs. BAIRD 108 E. Call St. 6tohg 10-29 WELDING BRAZING .LlNE
KEYSTONEBEAUTY now. Last weekend,CharlesLouise W.J. Grollck and Mrs. Mable !!!!!!!!!! SHEET METAL. DRA<

SHOPEDITH and Paulette Strandberg r, Little, 3rd place; W.J. Gro- Mobile Homes ANDBULLDOZER

and Paul, Lee and Greg Strand lick and C.W. Hardy, 4th place. olkswaKenNew' NEW and USED BARRETT WORK

JOHNSON, Owner berg all from Jacksonville), Tuesday night: Mrs. Paley
Personal and Creative Hair Styl visited Mrs. Strandberg.Vera Boyd and Mrs. J.W. Strawn, Used 8.10.12' WideGainesville Water PUMPSNEW
tag Every Form of Beauty; Swearingen's mother, 1st place: Mrs. B.A. Allen and Sales Service Condition. CLINTONROBINSON

Culture -Tllet..SaC.< t-Sj; eln e4 Mrs. Nora Mathis of Jasper, Mrs. H.T. Dent, 2nd place; 'WI Good Quality ing and Pump Co. AND USED
MomUy. is out of the hospital and visi- Mrs. Bob Clare and Mrs. Steve 1 ML North of Tto MaC Reasonably Priced
ting her daughter In Jackson-, Sashoff 3rd place; Mrs. Gay GAINESVILLEREDUCE 130
-" ville. Fred's mother,Mrs.Fred Livingston and Mrs Ray Gainesville 378-2785 Street SALES

''NURSERV Swearingen Sr., and a friendwere Starnes, 4th place. Serviced. Guaranteed and Phone 9645832PLUMBING PARTS PH. 284.3593

visiting Fred and Veralast _________. Delivered In Starke Area SERVICE PENNY FARMS

O.C. Carnes Nurser Friday night. NO EXTRA COST Deep and Shallow Wells 1 !tfchg
for the last few days that youcouldn't
Mrs. David Reid of Jacksonville -
TJ8: 441 N. 4502 NW 13thGainesville Softeners and
Water !
visited her parents, Mr. stay on the lake to fish CARL BEGGS Water Conditioners
Thousands of plants and Mrs. D.W. Carpenter, last Roy Griffin, of Griffins' Lodge, Gulf 37a- 7as and Pumps FiltersPlumbing
Fruit Trees-ShAde Trees Thursday. caught 50 specs on Tuesday, ServiceUSED WELL DRILLING Supplies

Evergreens Kerin Ellis and daughter Susan 42 on Wednesday, and he and PARTS IF WE DON'T HAVE IT Sales and Rentals \ aPABBRO/j.
Camellias & Azaleas of Tampa, were guests of Mr. Zenner got one bass and we'll get it for you. Office EXPERT SERVICE ON .'4'U.\

MOST ALL IN CANS her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 14 specs Thursday. Joe Stokes Top Prices for Wrecked Carl Supplies, Furniture, Equip Repair Deportment, ALL MAKES Qtt1\\'t\ VlAIIT ADs

PLANT ANY TIME George Ellis, over the week-( and friend caught 26 specs Friday 21 Hour Wrecker Service ment. Bradford County 24 Hour Service; PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE
and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Telegraph.
Beautiful Roses end.Mr.. and Mrs. L.O. Martin of Bell caught 12 In the little lake. Fuel Oil -

LandscapingPhone Jacksonville are staying at theirplace :Carrie= Eland and Glnny Falk of Vied Can POSTED SIGNS: Treated to

on the lake this week.SPORTS Melrose have been catching Hwy. SOI) N. Waldo withstand weather- 20c each "Yo.a Life" PUMP & SUPPLY CO.
659.2165 some nice bass lately. Glnny Is $2.25 doz. Special price on larger COSMETICS FOR THE 1

We didn't have much sportsnews Just learning to fish and has 4(8-1998 quantities. Bradford County TEENAGER BY LUZIER 0
23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on', this week, so I'll Just add caught a 5 lb. and 7 lb. one al- Telegraph. U If you are ag 17 to 23 end

Hwy. 100 at Florahome it In this spot. The Fox) ready. She will be on the lake want a good p ..1't1me Job. SUPER STICK Vinyl PlaU
Hunters Association will holdtheir i from now on. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn these cosmetics are created Letters, an sizes color. Permanent

S. E. MeKA meeting, Saturday, it.That seems to be all for this oiled and adjusted In your Crosby Lake Crosby Lake for girls 17 to 25. No ?Cxserknee for UM on wood, glum,
Y. REALTOR 31, at 7 p.m. A covered dish week, so I will see you next horn*. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Inlet. Ideal For Mobile Homes, needed. No investment. pla.tla paper. metal leather

UCYSTONX: HEIGHTS: 471-414 supper will be held first andthe time. repairs also. All work guarante.ed. Summer Cottage Or Year- No risk. Excellent comm. Call AHTTmNa I Bradford Court.

AnwakHri Service meeting will follow. The Dennis E. Cogglna. Phone Round Living. for appt. 964-5618. Teletnpn.
The Best fa Lakr* l regular meeting place will be 4311428. tfeh< All Lots Ready To GoCleared. LUZIER COSMETICS: WIGS

Berne* Aerwge*. Renta the second Building of the Fair IT WX DON'T HAVK IT Graded Si Leveled. (Ctelroir sister company)
ASSOCIATES Grounds. All Interested persons w TI gtl It far y*.. OffUw EZERASE TYPEWRITEI Priced From 99500. Financing Louise Stern Authorized DWtrlbutor EZERASE TYPEWRITE: : m

Mrs. Melba are urged to attend. This Item IvyfrllM Faders. 1:4.: !.. TAPER Mlmeo Paper. Bond Available. Call 9647701. P. O. Box 158. Starke.Pls. PAPER Mlmeo Paper. Boa4
JIfen 473-4740 was phone in by Roy Crenshawof .. Bradford Gusty Paper. Notebook Filler Paper. Notebook FDIen. r
Col. J. CheiHington"' 473-4679 Gainesville. Tolecn" Bradford County Telegraph. tcbs 10-29 Br 4ir4 Gouty Telegra,

L. J. Robinson 471-4041 The wind has been blowing tootoit I

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