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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 31, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bradford County Com- I
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Game missioners and Hampton

Tough City Council members will :\

meet at 7 p.m. Friday in J,

Hampton city hall for a

question and answer session

Expected InG.reen in an attempt to

clarify problems now confronting -

the city.

With rumors and crossfire on
Cove a number is issues now being
c debated over back fences and
on front porches, the Friday
wI meeting Is hopefully the timeto
"They're tough at home!I" Tornado Grid Coach : obtain facts from both governing "

I t. s George Loper stated emphatically of the Blue Devilsof bodies, rather than relying '
'
IiRIr whom BUS Gridders will face elegy Information. '
Clay County High tr+ on grapevine j'

.-- tomorrow night. Council Chairman Edward
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Saxon said the public Is Invlt'j,'j
scouted Green Cove several
.. Game time Is 8 p.m. In Green ,
attend In
ed and encouraged to
Blue Dev-
the
times, noted that iIT'S
........ Cove Springs. order to ask questions and learn ,
..101I ,",,--- .. : The Tornadoes will be seekinga ils gave tough Fernandina a p
time before losing 21-7. as much as possible about the
sustaining four tough
after
I Four were Injured Saturday In this crash on U. S. 301 near consecutive victory losses and Tornado Green Cove's loss to Palatkawas -- progress, lack of progress,and

Lawtey. Car on the right of photo was pulling the trailer. coaches are not, they state only 14-6, compared to hindrances to progress in the
City of Hampton.
emphatically, taking the Blue BHS' 21-6 last week. HALLOWEEN! Dissatisfaction; on the part

Devils lightly. The Blue Devils are notedas of some residents recently

There might ordinarily Blue be a team that likes to pass. Saturday will be a big night. for Ghosts and Gob- came to light when a petition
some tendency to take the They have a lot of hustle, BHS with more than 60 signatureswas
Four Injured County Devils a bit lightly since they'venot scouts say Quarterback Arlc lins. It'll be a big night for kids too! presented to the Council,

won a game this seasonto Kirkland, a 177 pound senior This Halloween trio was found at the Starke asking for an election to determine
date. But Tornado Head Is tabbed Clay's best football Elementary costume contest Wednesday afternoon. whether the town should

WorkingFor Coach David Hurse,whose team player. They are Diana, an Angel; Karen, a Fairy Princess surrender Its charter and become -
has won only one game, has "They play on desire, notability and Virginia- All are children of Mr. and Mrs. Neil unincorporated. Contro- r
Near Lawtey no such notions In his head. ; ," says the BHS scoutIng Crawford Kaiford Road. versy has also developed over
RRCulverts "I've too much respect for ,
report of the Blue Devils. the city's; plans for a proposed
Coach Harvey) Lofton to take
sewer and water system, and
f1f QB Kirkland likes to throw
team of his lightly. Hurse
any alleged pollution at the city
the bomb and can throw short ; I
A collision: Saturday betweena trailer had entered US301from notes that Green Cove was the garbage dump.
too. Split end Ken Bradley has Race p
1967 Class B state champions."I'd 2
car and a car pulling a trail the entrance of Home's have hated to play them the best hands on the team and Party Eighteen signatures have been
er on US-301 Just south of Restaurant. It was attemptingto Bradford County; Commissionand It that Coach runs a good sideline pattern. withdrawn from the original
Lawtey resulted In the Injuryof change lanes to make a U- officials of the Southern that year. proves He's a tough 175 pound senior. petition calling for an elect-
turn out a good
Lofton
can
four persons.A turn at a cross over to go Railway System are still work- Ion. Some persons signing the
Gainesville couple, James back south on US-301 accord- Ing out details of an agreementto football team. Tight end Clarence Bruney, Faces Voters first petition slad later they
Lamar Jlmrlght, 23, and Cyn- Ing to Trooper Pace. Install additional culverts Hurse concluded his assessment 175-12, has good hands, good did so without fully understanding -
thia Jinrlght, 21, were thought Jlnwright was traveling northIn under the railroad bed at Sampson of Green Cove with: speed, and Is a tough runner, Its purpose and the con-
seriously Injured by the Flo- the left lane at approxi- Canal. "They can tell me all they the BUS scouting report states. sequences. With the withdrawal -
rida Highway Patrol.They were mately 70 mph. His car struck The county; Is currently In .rant to about Green Cove, but Big the way describe Green of these names, It Is believed -
taken to the Bradford County; the car pulling the trailer In the greatly Increasingthe you can be assured I won'ttake Cove's two tackles, sophomore Here TuesdayA that Insufficient names
Hospital and transferred to the left side Pace reports.The process capacity; of Alligator Creek this football" game ;anyway Lamar Chesser 220.205, and senIor would remain to make the first

Gainesville.Two trailer was knocked loose from which will pile even more water but seriously. laced Ed Kurht, petition valid. One-third of the
Cove soundly
Green
occupants of the car its car. The car was turned was Tornadoes will face a registered voters would have
Into The
In times of flooding (64-0) last Friday by ClassAA. two-party; race for a county the public seems tiring of old-
pulling the trailer, Nicholas completely around, and faced defense In Green to sign before an election Is
5-4
Sampson Canal. That makes additional familiar In the
office will face voters line politicians.In .
Devils have
Lake City. The ;
Francis Schlacks,-72,and Kath-, when It 'to' ,, ; Blue I
the trailer i came cuTVCTts underthe railroad --- also lost to Orange Park, Pa- Cove. All but three of the General Election here next addition to State Treasurer called.
leen Schlacks, 66, Davenport; rest. bed Just west of Sampson latka, Bolles, Ocala Vanguard, Devil players go both ways, Tuesday for what is believedto four other Cabinet officials Further action on the city;
Iowa, were treated and released Both autos were total losses Lake seem even more neces- and Femandlna. comparable to the way the Tor- be the first time In Brad- will be decided Tuesday. The dump Issue may come after

from BCH.Schiacks. ; the trailer was undamaged. (Continued Coach who has nadoes platoon. ford County politics.The choice is between: Friday's meeting, according to
But ;
driver of the 1965 Damage to Schlacks car was on Page 8)) Loper, Secretary of State: Democrat Saxon. Nothing further has been

Buick pulling an Alrstream estimated at $1,200. Damageto spirited race between Richard (Dick) Stone and Republican heard from the Air and Water
trailer, was charged with im- the Jinrlght vehicle was estimated Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown (Dem.) Don Meiklejohn. Pollution Control'Board sincea
proper change of course. The at$1,500; the front end WinnersIn and Incumbent Inman D. Green Attorney General: Democrat letter last week giving the
1968 Buick driven by Jinrlght. of that car was completely 15 Boys (Rep.) has added local] Interest Robert L. Shevln, and Republican city; until November 1 to come
left 82 feet of skid marks before mashed In. to the General Election Thom Rumberger. up with a plan for garbageand
colliding with the Schlacks The accident occurred at 11:15: ballot which also offers a choice Comptroller: Democrat Incumbent trash disposal.In the mean-
auto, according to FHP Trooper a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, three- for Governor, five Cabinet offices Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson while, the condemned dump Is f
R.W. Pace, Investigating officer tenths miles south of Lawtey. Scramble a State Representative, and Republican James R. still open and being used by .
Seven persons were treated 70 and seven Constitutional a- Sabatino. the public. i
The Schlacks car, pulling the Oct. 16 at BCH for minor Injuries mendments.In Commissioner of Education: Controversy over surrenderIng -
after a 1964 Oldsmobile spite of colorful personalities Democrat Incumbent Floyd the Hampton city; charter
crashed Into the rear of a Fifteen torn and somewhat and heated Issues Involved Christian, and Republican Robert flared Into the open Oct.13 when
1962 Chevrolet driven by Herb battered but happy winners succeeded Supervisor of Elections L. Froemke. the original petition asking an
Watson Waldron, 21, Starke. In haltering the lively Neva Flynn reports things"un- election to determine thatques-
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be calves and getting them Into usually quiet" around her office (Continued on Page 8) don was presented to the Hampton

the livestock pens at the fourth In these last few pre- Council by Attorney George
otonGEtittLAWTEY\ 6 annual Calf Scramble.A election days. Only 91 applications Pierce.
for absentee ballots had Dissatisfaction of those seek-
crowd estimated at 3,000 been filed through Tuesday,and VogueOpens ing to disband the city stems
Death attended the event. only 47 actually returned to from the fact that the city;
Winners of the 10 registered her office, Mrs. Flynn said. council Increased occupational
i Angus calves, announced by Assistant This Is far below the totals license fees charged retail es-
County; Agent Bobby received In the First and Sec- tablishments. The council declared -
Ruled Taylor, are John Clemons, ond Primaries. a charge of $15 each
Steve Gay, Andy Harvey, Ray- Applications for absentee ballots for beer, gas, and cigarettes,
mond Martin, Jackie Marr, will be received until 5 but then had to reduce themto
AccidentA Vernon Mobley, Jr., Mike Reed p.m. Monday, Mrs. Flynn said. AgainVogue $7.50 each when it was found
Charles Sapp, Joey Sapp, and Also adding Interest to the the Increased charges conflicted -
Murray White. Winners of the General Election locally is the with a state law.
verdict of accidental death five top grade calves were Ew- 4 candidacy of a Starke native, But that was apparently the
PTA with no criminal negligence Involved ell Craft, Ronald GrlfOs, Eddie Sen. Tom Slade, Jr.. for State Manufacturing Co. is straw that broke the camel's
was returned by a cor- Mott, Roger Starling, and Da- Treasurer and Insurance Com back In operation after a tem- back, and move to disband the
HALLOWEENCARNIVAL oner's jury In Green Cove vid Sweat. missioner. Slade, the Republican porary halt last week when city was begun. Main gripeof
Springs Wednesday, Oct. 14, In' One winner, Mike Reed, had .f nominee, is competing with thieves made off with between those behind the movementhas
the death of Harvey A. Mears, his pants torn off and his lip ti. Democratic nominee ThomasD. $8,000 and $10,000 In sewing been that the city charges

Saturday Oct. 44, on Highway 16 eastofStarke cut, but hung on to the calf. O'Malley, of Miami for room equipment, according to taxes but does not adequately
31 Wednesday night, Oct. 7. Starke- the office of defeated incum- Charles Flynn, manager of the compensate with services.
Starting' 5 P.M. Sponsored by the .. bent Broward Williams. local firm which manufaturesboys Hampton has been a char-
Mr. Mears of Route 1 Box Bradford County Chamber of ..
LAWTEYElementary ; ... .. slacks.
Interest In the
two tered since The
1893.
top raceson city; present -
49 Green Cove Commerce the event was held
Springs was ,
the Brad-
Starke city; police,
School the ballot Is being whippedto city government was set
struck by a car as he was at the Bradford County; Fair-
II ford County sheriffs depart-
a fever heat this week by up on June II, 1925 by an act
east along the high- ground Saturday night Oct. 24.
walking _
FISH SUPPER the Florida appearance of PresIdent ment, and the Federal Bureau of the Florida Legislature.Last .
way, now under construction, It began with a chicken dinner .
of continuing
FROM Investigation are
5:30 P. M. Nixon on behalf of Incumbent year's city Income was
In what Investigating officers served by the Bradford
their Investigation of the theftIn
Adults $1.25 called "extreme darkness." High School Chapter of the Governor Claude Kirk 9838. $4,410 came from the
,seeking another which expensive, Imported
Children $1.00 Mears Is reported to have run Future Farmers of America. four-year city's cigarette tax, $1,033 was
units valued at
sewing room ,
term, and Congressman Wm. paid by Florida Power & Light
and his The FFA'ers served over 600
of left
Costume Parade, CakeWalk our gas car of which if want critter to forward it'a H. (Bill Cramer, bidding for from $500 to $700 each were for a city franchise which more
In the middle of the road, withno meals, the proceeds you a move stolen from the plant on High-
the U.S. Senate seat to be
than for the $914
OKT'-V Store He walk- will be used for local chap from the vacated compensated
lights showing. was sometimes best to approach rear. way 100 south of Starke.
by Spessard L. Holland. FPL bill for street lights.A .
Hayride, IPond, \ Ing east, about half a mile ter needs.A Investigating officers theor-
Both Kirk and Cramer In
are city utility tax brought
from the when the acci- first for the 1970 Scram-
Pastry Table car,
Booths.
ize that professional-type
believed to be
"underdogs" In $1,698 and a real estate tax
JOIN THE FUN dent occurred.An ble was a chicken scramblefor the Adams Says: their races unless the Nixon Thieves gained entry to the brought in 1245. Other Income -
between
Investigation Into the accident youngsters a-
building by jimmying a door
,. endorsement brings them out was occupational licen-
of 7-10. Some 40 screech-
started when
was Freddy ges of the cellar. Kirk Is opposedby lock, although there was no ses $315, timber sold $560,
FISH Gaskins of Highway Ing youngsters descended upon
FRY Bayless ,
Democrat Reubln Askew visible evidence. No worth-
of
fines $133, road and bridgetax
15 chickens set free In
reported to Starke police that young
Votes CountIn Pensacola while fingerprints were obtained -
a youthful state sen- $259. building permits $10,
he thought he had run over a the center of the ring. Each
Sponsored By BHS ator, who staged an amazing leading to the belief and miscellaneous income$176.
chicken had been banded with
a
body In highway east of
Band Parents Thethe that the thieves wore 7luves.::
upset by wresting the Democratic
Spending In Hampton last year
Starke. police here notified tag Indicating the cast prize The plant Is now operatingat
nomination
for Governor
the Highway Patrol In Clay the lucky "scrambler" was entitled totaled 11012. Largest expense
Friday Nov. 6 from Attorney General Earl about 75 per cent of efficiency -
; was salaries of officials, gar-
County where the accident to.
oc-
;
BradfordSpeaking Faircloth In the Second Pri Flynn said, using older -
which totaled
bage pickup, pUce -
cured, and an Investigation was The youngsters proved more equipment that had been
BHS Cafeteria mary. l.lmerocK labor
$2,670. ,
launched. lively that the chickens for all
5:30: 7:30: Testifying' at the inquest Wed- the birds were caught within five No less surprising was Sen. placed In storage when newer and a tractor for repairing
machines "We
at a Democratic Let's go to work!" Lawton Chiles' feat of trounc- were installed. roads after spring rains cost
Come Out To Eat Before nesday was Starke Patrolman minutes of the start of the special
are In the of obtaining
Homecoming Calvin Pace and State Troopers scramble. Chamber Mana- Executive Committee spon- Adams and top local Demo- ing former Governor Farris now process the city $2,019. Repairs to the
Ben Libby and George ger John Myers handed out the sored coffee last ThursdaySec.of crate spoke to 40 or 50 persons Bryant two-to-one for the IJem- replacements" for the city hall, the first In 20 years,
Football Game Brown. 15 cash prizes. State Tom Adams called on assembled at the Garden 3cratic nomination as U.S.Sen- new equipment. the manager cost $1,745. Mowing the city

The greased pig scramble for Bradford County; to go to workto Restaurant for the coffee. Later atom Best known for his First said. cemetery cleanup cost $1,026.
girls was another highlight of ensure the election of the As- he visited the downtown area Primary walk from one end of Flynn also pointed out that It Insurance on building cost
tailed porkers were thoroughly lieutenant-governor- In Democratic Executive Commit has become known as "the walk- this type of equipment, so $496 police equipment $105,
drenched In lubricating oil Tuesday's (Nov. 3) run-off tee chairman, and Buford Mitchell ing senator"and has proved that the theft must haw been exe- fire protection $71, slop signs
Jdnh Chiles, Democratic as were the arms and handsof election. political victories can be won cuted by persons who "knew $97, property purc'uise $11)0,
/ nominee for U.S. senator, will the girls. The girls dug "They say our prospects are At the coffee Adams attackedthe without the expenditure of huge what they were doing" and culvert pipe $55. clerical and
Aa..nn....... goad be In Starke between 3 and 4 right In with all vigor, how- good, but we're working harder record of Republican Gov. turns of money. Both he and where they could market the telephone $AU, attorney fees:
7.r: I, p.m. today (Thursday, Oct. 29) ever. Winners of pigs were than ever and I urge you toget Claude Kirk, saying It could \skewhave proven their strong machines. He said that the ser $150, water $90, printing $42,
C.-rites, walking the streets of Starkeas Viola Crlffls, Marie Harris, the people to the polls.A not be Justified. Adams polnt- appeal to voters as "fresh, ial numbers, which are Imbedded dues $55, I1&n statement $25,
M. Is his custom In meeting Julie Loper, Felicia Rosier, Bradford vote counts Justas DeW faces" on the statewide In the castings, have elections $34.75, ;and miscellaneous -
. . .. voters. and Debbie Griffls. much as one elsewhere. (Continued on Page 8)) political scene at a time when been supplied to Investigators.





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BRIDGE LESSONSThe

f fI Sharon Thornton BPW Members Tuesday afternoon bridge

I i fi ComplimentedAt Attend DinnerMrs. lesson at the Pratt Street J f r
creation Center will not be
Bridal ShowerThe Dorothy MUberger of held Tuesday, Nov. 3 but will
4 Green Cove Springs, presidentof be resumed Tuesday, Nov. 10
Community Club Houseat the Starke Business and Professional at 5:30: p.m.
t the Florida State Prisonwas Woman's Club and
the setting for a bridal Mrs. Desta Dyal of Hampton
shower-on Thursday evening, x Lake, second vice-president,
Oct. 22, at 8 o'clock honor- attended a dinner In Gainesville -
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 Ing Miss Sharon Thornton, Sunday.
bride-elect of Benjamin (Bud) The guest of honor was Mrs. KIRK
Society Editor Spears.A Carmen Madrigal de Genette
it of San Jose, Costa Rica, presi-
fall color motif was car- 4 rw
BPW club there.
dent of the
-- '1Jt1I.J c ried out In the club room and She Is spending several monthsIn COURAGEVOTE
the mantel was banked with .
the United States as the
R magnolia leaves and pyracan- guest of BPW clubs, represen-
r thla lilies.centered with artificial spider Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarez ting her country In a cultural

: vb + exchange program. Local mem-
r The bride's table was cov- Observe 50th Anniversary bers met her on two occasions KIRK
F when they visited In Costa Ricaon
ered with a crocheted cloth Miss Dorothy Alvarez, and Mr.
'r Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Alvarez a Hemispheric Friendshiptrip.
+ over yellow linen and held a of Boynton Beach cele- and Mrs. Dan Harley, all of NOV. 3
i M Edwards-Davis silver bud vase with artificial brated their 50th Wedding An- Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.Ralph -- .w--..- -
yellow rosebuds, and balancedby L. Alvarez and family of Fort
Engagement' Told a silver tree candelabra niversary on Saturday, Oct. 24, FALL SALE AT LEILA'S
holding at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Myers. TIIURS.. FRI. AND SAT...
burning -- -----
yellow tapers. M.J. Pickering In Lakeland. '
The tea table covered
was
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Edwards with white crocheted cloth Among those attending were
of the State Farm announce the a Mr. and Mrs. Luke Pickering,
over yellow linen and centered
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, with a three-branch silver can-
delabra Luncheon Given
Linda Sue, to William Sam Davis holding burning yellow
HI, son of Mrs. Kathleen tapers. Orange and white party Saturday For
cakes on silver trays gracedone
Davis and the late W.S. Davis
end of the table, and at MatthewsThe
Jr. of Perry. Betsy
the other end
was a crystal
The wedding will be an event
of Nov. 27 at 8 p.m. at the State punch leaves bowl encircled and artificial with magnolia Pecan Room of the I t.
Farm Community Center, witha pop
pies. Garden Restaurant was the set-
reception following. All The gift table was covered ting for a luncheon Saturday
friends and relatives are Invited with a yellow cloth, centered honoring Miss Betsy Matthews IIIDt
to attend. with a fall arrangement. bride-elect given by Mrs. J. THURS., FRI., SAT.
The bride-elect Is a graduate Games were played duringthe W. Bitch, Mrs. Claude Crow- 1
of Bradford High School In 1967
Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr.,
appointed hours and son ,
t.. prizes SUN. ONLY
and Lake Junior In
City College ,
Mrs. Harry Mooty and daugh-
..
were awarded to Mrs. Bill
,
..... -... 1969, and Is employed at the Gatlin and Mrs. Bobby Rosier. ter, Mrs. R.G. Thornton, of
Reception and Medical CenterIn Hostesses were Mrs. Jim Jacksonville. Open Sun. Afternoon ...
Lake Butler Richardson, Mrs. Mike Gllho- Bridal place cards markedthe

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, Sr, Taylor Mr. Davis County graduated High School from and oly, Mrs. John G. Sapp, Mrs. seating arrangements for
Leonard Wilkinson,Mrs.Blaine the 24 guests who were seatedat
Honored on 50th Anniversary North Florida Junior Collegeand Thompson. Mrs. N.B. Rosier tables arranged In a square.A BRAIDED ,
Is now enrolled at Florida Mrs. Edward Pfiester, Mrs. table In the center of the $ BIKINI
Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Mooty presided at the silver State University Prior to Jimmy McRae an d Mrs. El- square held a pyramid arrange-
Sr. celebrated their Golden punch bowl which was encircled entering FSU, Mr.Davis servedin bert Nettles. ment of yellow, gold and bronze RUGS
Wedding anniversary Sunday with leather leaf fern. Southeast the U.S.Asia.Duplicate Army. in Europe and The honoree was presentedwith mums, gladioli and pompoms.The PANTIES 44.
when their sons and daughtersInterspersed with yellow and a carnation corsage and a honoree was presentedwith
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. bronze pompoms. set of pots and pans from her the sugar and creamerset REG. $1.44LIMITED Reg.
Baldwin, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robbie hailer kept the Bridge hostesses as a memento of from her chosen china pat- QUANTITY To 7ge
,entertained Club ResultsMiss the occasion. tern and a wicker basket hold-
Douglas house book and Mrs. Sherrod
at the junior l guest Hamilton assisted. Mrs. B.H. Spears of Lake Ing yellow, orange and red _
Baldwin home on N. Walnut Norma Canova and Mrs. City; mother of the bridegroomelect daisies from her hostesses as
Street. Out-of-town guests Included J.D. Odom Jr. were the winning was an out-of-town guest. a memento of the occasion.
Arrangements of yellow, gold Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baldwin of couple at Duplicate Bridge The guests Included Mrs.Paul BATH $ BEDSPREADS
and bronze mums, gladioli and Lake Worth Mr. and Mrs. Le. Tuesday night where there were Meng, mother of the bride-
pompoms were used In decoratwis Huntington of Miami Beach, six tables In play. EllingtonRogersDate groom-elect Mrs. E.L. Mat- TOWELS 1
ing for the occasion. The tea Mrs. Hope Elsaesser and three Mr. and Mrs.J.R.Wainwright thews and Mrs. W.E. Middleton -
table was covered with an 1mchildren of Warren Township, were second; Rex Rhodes and PostponedThe mother and grandmotherof _
SI.99 value
ported hand-embroidered. N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hall Curtis Sanders were third; and the honoree. -
At one end of the table was a and daughters and Mrs. Sue Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. wedding of Miss Rita .
three-tiered anniversary cake Hall of Gainesville and Miss Martha Moore were fourth. Ellington to Wilbur Rogers has Full Size $
topped by the gold figures Ginger Baldwin of Tilt Col- The club meets every Tues- been temporarily postponed due Mr. and Mrs. George Daniel WASHCLOTHS Asst. Styles
50th," and two tiny love birds legs day night at 7:30 p.m. In the to a new Army assignment. Greek of Lake Butler announce I And Colors!!
Mrs. J.W. Pitch cut the cake. Approximately 55 guestsAt Pratt Street Recreation Cen- Wedding plans will be announced the birth of a son, Ray Danielon 39 Rees<< to $R.99
the other end, Mrs. Harry called between the hours, threeto ter and Is open to all bridge later. Oct. 19 In Bradford County
five o'clock. players. Hospital. TO MATCH69c

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Bae and Gary Hamilton from $
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and Evelyn; ; Sinclair: from Mercer .
DKG Meeting .. j

In Maeclenny l "' #f
James McNeely of lakeland AT
spent the weekend with Mrs
Alpha Nu chapter>> of Delta McNe ly and Mr. and Mrs. .I
Kappa Gamma Society met in Herbert Thomas
Maeclenny Tuesday Oct. 20.
with Baker County membersas Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds.
hostesses. Mrs. AlvIn Howard of Starke.
Refreshments wen served at Mrs. H.G. Merow of Tampa. % 2:
7:30 p.m. Following the social and Mrs. James Klnchen: of
hour a business session was
wen visiting Mr
held presided over by the chapter Jackson Edwards In and
president. Mrs. Maria Naples last Tuesday to Thurs-
Woodley of Lake Butler. Reports -

chairmen from were various given.committee Mrs. r day.Kenneth Fuqua Merrill Edwards .. 'NO FOOD STAMPS EITHER'Bargains )
Woodley Mrs. Edna Hart and
k- BUN Noegel. Jimmy ,
Mrs. Muriel Norman gave an Bowen and Jimmy Me Rae attended
Interesting account of the State the League of Municipalities -
board meeting which they recently meeting In Miami Friday As Usual 1
: attended in Whiter Park. to Tuesday..
After the business session ,
Mrs. Joyce Weldon Mac Can She/ Decorate A Coke Mrs. P.E.Stone and Miss Ma-
clenny presented a program on mie Anderson of Archer .were

the Tube abusive use of harmful The Bradford-Union Area Vo Members of the class pictured visiting Davis over their the sister weekend.Mr. Mrs.. E.M. Lots Of Cars And They
following members from catlonal-! Technical Training are Diane Anderson
Starke attended: Mrs. Maureen School Is offering courses in Juanita Anderson, Joyce Ben- and Mrs. Fred Smell of
Paul. Mrs.Majdue Gibson Mrs. everything from truck driving nett Clalmell Branham nno- St. Augustine were weekend
Evelyn Haney. Mrs Adele Mitchell to cake decorating. gene Coon Marian Cole Dorothy juests Mr. and Mrs. Drew
Mrs, Norman Mrs Hart Pictured above are membersof Combs Pearl Dyer, Nell shof GOTA GO9
Mrs. Kate Sheppard: ,Miss Della the 18-hour cake decoratingclass Garner Carolyn Garland.Mary
Rosenberg Mrs.Lucille Payne with their instructor Cissy Lovesta Mary, Elizabeth : Mrs H.B. MoLendoq of Orlando
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Johns Mrs. Sue Winkler and The decorated cakes picturedare Clarice Stephens Manille E.L. Matthews from Sunday to I
Mrs. Willie Mae Denton. old-fashioned girls in hoop Thornton, and Ton WMtt, Wednesday I
skirts and wide-brimmed hats
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LappeCoUinsEngagement Luncheon Given Shrine Club THURS., FRL, AND SAT. CHEVROLETCARS \
Told
For Hurst-Chitty Aids Charity lisp and Mrs. Gene Shaw CARS AND TRUCKS AND TRUCKS
Mrs.Mary Lappe is announcing Wedding PartyThe With Harvest Ball have moved Into their new home
the engagement marriage and of approaching her on Country Club Road. REDUCED PRICES Y MOST MODELS.

Holiday fan was the setting The Starke Armory on Ed-
daughter Mary Kathleen to Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby
Brian Collins son of Mr. and for a delightful luncheon ward's road was the setting visited her' mother Mrs. Mar LONGER WARRANTY AVAILABLE
Mrs. Fred Collins of Winter Saturday following the wedding for the annual Shrine semiformal vin {Andrews, in Ozark Ala. d
Park. Miss Lappe is also the rehearsal of Mayor Carl Hurst dance Saturday night from Friday to Sunday.
daughter of Robert Lappe of and Mrs. Joan Chltty. for the benefit of the Crippled -
Starke. The 40 guests were seatedat >> Children's Home and hospitals Jack Trawick attended the
The wedding will take place a T-shaped table with the >> which give treatments lords Mosiyiito Control meetgday U
Nov. 21 at 4 p.m. in the First head table centered by a goldenurn to severely!; burned children. Cocoa Beach last Wed- I
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Presbyterian Church.All holding >pink> gladioli, red The harvest motif was used to Friday m1
friends and relatives are roses white carnations: and In decorating the hall using
invited to attend. lavender pompoms. This was arrangements fall leaves vegetables Mrs. Frank Weaver of WU-
flanked by golden candle hold- and fruits.Colored ballswere iston was visiting Mr. and on
ers with pink tapers. hung from the ceiling
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Mrs. Lowman Weaver over the
Beta Sigma Phi Members of the wedding III !
Roy Brantley won the TV weekend. -
Plans Holiday Ball party the immediate families set as the door prize.Approximately .
out-of-town
and guests enjoyed
the affair. 300 guests Mark Hamilton left Tuesday CUB CADETS '
Members of Beta Sigma PhiSorority danced to the tunes of Johnny for eight weeks basic training
and their husbands enjoyed Jelinek's band from 9 to 12 with th e National Guard at
an informal backyard UDC To MeetW.T. o'clock. Fort Campbell. Ky. Mrs In Stock
cookout Monday evening at the Hamilton and daughter. Janice
home of Mr. and Mrs. Buck are staying with her Barents.
Weeks chapter: UDC FALL SALE Rosier during -
& Kitchens AT LEILA'STHURS. Mr. and Mrs. NB.
Norman. Mr. Mrs. R.L
and will meet Wednesday Nov. 4. ., FRI.. AND SAT. his absence.Mr. .
co-host
served as at 3:30: p.m. at the home of
hostess. Mrs. Lester Crews with Mrs.
Following dinner a business Bertha Pearce and Mrs. J.E. Friends of Mrs. Edith Chris- and Mrs.John Kopetousos "STRIKE SERVICE SPECIALS"TUNEUP
meeting was held and plans for Wilson as co-hostesses. tiansen will regret to hear of and family of Birmingham,Ala,
the sorority's; The Holiday dance Ball will were be .... the death of her son-in-law spent Saturday to Tuesdaywlih. ,>
discussed.
Clifton Stevenson "Sr..
Floyd their parents, Mr, and Mrs
held Saturday. November 21!, returned
Mrs. Bertha Pearce of Avondale La. who died Oct. J.R. Wainwright and George
from 9 till 1:00. Music will be last Friday after a months visit 18. The Stevenson are former
provided by the Johnny Jellnek with Mr. and Mrs. W.G. residents of Starke. Survivorsare Kopefousos.
orchestra. Tickets may be pur- Godwin in Chagrin Falls Ohio his wife Mrs. Edna Mae
chased from any sorority mem- Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Smith in Mosley Stevenson two daugh- FALL SALE AT LEILA'S
ber. Madison, N.J. and Mrs. S.M. ters and a son. THURS., FR!., AND SAT.
Simmons in Richmond Va.
Methodist Class Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douville Little Stephanie Kopelousos.
of Orange Park were Saturday daughter of Mr. and. Mrs
SocialThe Sgt. Frank Hardy of Washing of Mr. and Mrs. R.H. CAKV8
Enjoys guests PASS
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Kopelousos
weeks was
two
ton. D.C. is home on Ken- CHEVROLET t
Grider and Mr. and Mrs.
leave before going to Vietnamfor In St. John the Divine Greek ANY $25.90
Pairs and Spares group further duty.; neth Grider. Orthodox Church in Jacksonville : Reg $28.30 Sale Q" "
on Sunday. Attending from .
from the First United Methodist Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and $19.88
Church held a social evening Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hayes Mrs. C.S. Haddock attended the Starke were Geo Wainwright I $22.15 Sale
at the home of Mr. and had as Sunday visitors! Mr, Wesleyan Service Guild district ousos. Mrs. J.R. 6 Reg. SIiOp
John Deas of Lake Or and Mrs. P.O. Felon and
Bob Saturday and Mrs. Rip
Mrs. Ferguson retreat at the J.W. Hitch
City Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Hayesof son, Chris and Mr. and Mrs.
Twen-
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night. cottage on Santa Fe Lake. Check
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell of Gainesville and Mr.and Mrs. ty-six members from the district John Kopelousos of Birmingham Pointe conde.-r Check battery !Is
of Brooker. Ala .l Un."" modem
St. Augustine Joined the 18 N.G. Hayes attended. .* Perk Plata Air. ndlt,orhed
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guests attending for a social Corvatwa "lightly I
evening and refreshments. Mrs. Arthur Holllday and Merle Grider of Fernandlna Mrs. V.J. Spongier was admitted .*\'imiDa Carburetor. Automatic choke' and higher.WHEEL .
daughter\ of Lake City were Sun spent the past week with his to Alacbua General Hospital .Adjust control.yatem
FALL SALE AT LEILA'S day and Monday guests of Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. last Friday, where she .Check.miaeion
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Palatka Powers 21-6 Past Tornado Eleven ,..


... .-' .... .. ... ". .. .... Johns kept and ran up Palatka'r period with a 69 yard TD drive B1WFirst :>> n.nu.
Pabttkah: ....! grinding i nadoes'him Danny Jackson Hood brought the middle for 13 :yards, cat. that put the Braves up 14-6 Downs 9 11Yds
.,p.* down. Danny got china the Braves expecting; a with 1:02 left in the first halL Rushing 86 199
II'OUIt4 Toraado .J first down going eight"' yards over 80 0
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gridderaOA pass. With a first down at Sophomore QB Gary Forsyth Yds Pa..1ng
tackle and cutting 0-1-0
iMl the Braves home ttetdlarabre right Palatka's 31. Johns loaf four stayed completely on the Passes Compl 8-20-0
back the middle before bwa I c 0),
o wwd up )&fdsw the 35 as he tried ground trying only one pass Fumbles Lost
mr110ot ,, stopped by four Tornadoes 67
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> to circle his right end Pa* all that being broken Yda
Bradford High hand*) the z E, MYa Donnle, Davis got ttie TD then latka's Steve Carter tossing up on a hard tackle on Palat Punting AvgSco 4.58S7
Are***thai' first touchdown In I II + Ms left guard Ha broke him tor the lost ka'. big fullback by BHS line .
over Mur- .. by Quarters:
ties ftotfurtaity turning eve several tackles and slid over Johns then passed to backer Malachl Henry.
the bat Tornado 36 yard 1 14 the right fullback, and
) Oft line between two BHS phey for yards on Guy the big
Una Tfcm .tay tata. *. Pl..tfca yI defenders.the goal Cart Stallings. add side, with Murphey' missing a running backs Davis and Hood BIIS0800..6
', Donate Davis scored fromin r ed the: point after and the Braves. first down by half a yard. again pinched ou t yardage Pal. T 7 0 7 2l
Carl Sal- Johns sneaked for first at the Tornado denfese
rart out and through a
had a 7-0 lead with 4:17 left
orals ktofcxt the point after. to Palatka 20 which made palatka work but Touchdowns:
in the first period.
But the Br ve. 7-0 up, with i Testone returned Pa The going got rough there aa through which the Braves used BflS- U Dean Johns.QB sneak.
tl: ? left .tn the flnt period .. I "" !atka Wayne!kick-off three yards to Johns missed Murphey and their running game with suc Johns EP kick failed.
,. s 0 Davis 9-yardrun.
CoraJnf right look the Tor* : Wayne Testone on two pass cess. Palatka-
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BHS 28 and the Tornadoes
.MtoetOrove 71 yards to 17 +r .-' : the ee. On third down Johns tried EP kick by Stallings. 2)Hood
ploya lor their. line score. ., ." ... f'..;i.\\ fought back Dean with Johns veteran at the quarterback helm the keeper and was.: hit hard Statistics one yard run; EP kick by Stal-

wartoriNMk.. Dean Johns scored ..., RG ... and Murphey back at his wide- at the lA+e. But a 1'8..101I&1foul lings. 3) Guy 3-yard run; EP
on vtarterback sneak on his .' T : out position. penalty against Palatka kept kick by Stallings.
HCICIIiId try with 9:4aht1 to the- :t;' There was no hole at left the Tornadoes: alive, giving ,.. ... .. . . ... . . .
eoood .idol. John'PAT went them a first down at Palat.:

wide j5 Uaa led 7./. ".. I' ", "' .", .. .. ." ......" "..... ; ,"' "'" guard ter, but tor Malachl fullback Henry Brad got Car-seven ka's eight yard line.
Using the. rest' of the first on second down at Murphey lost two yards to City I Fish & Meat
half 1M Brave drove yards yards the 10! as the Tornadoes. tried
Soph fullback Brad Carter number 32. carries ball.. 19 big right tackle. On third down
OA fee ground to 16 plays. to yards for BHS. Th. kard<<1 driving runner. was BUS .leadtn. rush Johns tired a quickie pass to the reverse. On second down Market
take *Kol hattHme} lead. Dan Johns rolled out to his right
-r with 52 yards In 10 attempts.Number Murphey' tor seven yards anda
ay Hood's TO came on fourth and threw to Murphey for nine
down from inside the one yard 'Til in. ,koto Is guard Bob Pyal. BUS lineman of .k* first down at the BHS 42. yards to the Palatka! one :yard
BflS two
Une. the Big Red defense waking week for bla defensive phi" Sophomore Pyal! had 10 tackles: and one The on the quarterback keeper got around Une. The BHS quarterback; ,taking Ant> E. tlMlWNLISE.I ST. FH. !901-8077
Us usual tough stand down assist acafawt> Palatka. yards left end, then gave to fullback no chances, got the touchdown -
oral to the goal on two straight narter-
Brad Carter who 10
got yardson
Patatka put the game out ofreact has been to Live Oak. of offense. with an evenly divided On third down Henry got two a hard run over the right ,back sneaks. Home Owned By
to the fourth period when It was Bradford High's fourth attack Palatka had 11 yards to five over right tack tackle spot. Johns point after kick went ERNEST AND OPAL ALLEN
they recovered a Dean John straight defeat, leaving them first downs to BHS' 9. ... Dean Johns came on to punt wide and Palatka held a slim .
fumble and drove 33 yards >to with a 1-T.)-i record io data Leading to Palatka's [!rat and he had to !kick four times Wth his second first down one point 7-6 margin with 9:42:
U.tby.. this season with four pm...- touchdown was before one wasn't called back at the Palatka! !e. Johns missedon left In the second period. .
Big fullback Buddy Guy got' Green Cove Springs, Fernandiaa. fielding at the BUS goal by a penalty' \), A hard rushing. a pass to tight end Charles Palatka: came right back to
the TD that put the ktog: on Orange Park, and Santa of a. Buddy Guy punt Henry Brave line was putting pressure Wright. But on second down eat up the rest of the second
the aka when It tame with F. to be played.Palatka was immediately a.al1e fielded on the BHS center and
ISO tort to the........ Carl stayed with Its ground the ball as it bounced toward Johns was barely getting each
Stalling kicked aU three ex game, getting all 199 yards of the endear kick off without it being BHS Runners
ire patats fa.... Braves !!-. offense> that way. The Tornadoes Tim Murohev. who started at blocked due to bad snaps ana
win which. toaves theoa 9-1 tor had 86 yards rushing> and oiarterback tor the Tornadoes, the on-rushing Palatka defend
the ...... hla.....'.only toss 80 passing, a total oC 166 yards then had the chore of gettinghis ers. BY THE PIECE
Johns final punt was high and PalatkaBradford SMOKED PICNICS
team out of the deep hole. short. Almost blocked. the tick Beat
His first try was a keeper went to the 40 yard line as BHS SMOKED BACON
SAVE MONEY that netted three yards to the. punted from the endzone. 394
three yard line. Murphey next Arthur Merritt returned the High harriers edged phomore course record; 5)Sylvester WHITE BACON
passed) to tight end ChnrleaWilghl Lott 1253, new BUS
!kick BHS' 28 yard line before 26-29 past a tough Palatka South ;
; In quick hit Just overtlr record 8) Jimmy
let IM keep yew tew beklngSHOWfOCM line. It was Just out of scjidrmlng by the BHS Brave team was corralled team last win.week In a big cross freshman Lowery 13:07.: 9) Gerald: Griffls Chuck Roast or Steak lb. 65c

NIW{ rrbA ..._.,In. reach Wright had his hands Big." fullback Buddy Guy went crountry The Bradford Middle School 13:49 $)Mark Hodges 14-:
on the ball but couldn't hang nine yards up the BHS mid- team shut out Callahan 15-30. 37 13) Holland Corbltt 14:44. Fresh Ground Beef 3 Ibs. for $1,59
SIMONIZ on. dle to the 17 before the Tor- Fifteen Is a perfect score to ]BHS JV times and places
.... The Bradford against Palatka were: 1) Bonnie -
'uo """" """""""' ::.O..Q<"''''''''''''''''''''' cross country. Rib Brisket Stew 3 Ibs. for $1.49
JV team was beaten 24-31! by Burch 13:32,5))Bar ye Clark or -
PAST WAX JOB ISIS 7)Herbert VanSyckel
Palatka."Support of nearly 30 BHS 23, 8) Steve Thomas 15:32: 10) .RIB STEAK Ib. 89c
STARKE RACEWAY fans relatives, and friends of Jimmy Andrews 16:50. 1 14) David -

team contributed greatly Roberts 17:30. Shoulder Steak Roast lb. 89c
our or -
ONLY BHS Middle School times and
$8J win
to a very satisfying especially -
places against Callahan were:
Re rivals," over Coach one George of our Loper arch t D Bryan Hankerson 14:20 2) Fresh Roe Mullet lb. 29c
Opening
Sharone CaIne) 14:25.: 3) Carl

V,"'..i"I says.Palatka South Is a very tough Hamm 14:48,,. 4) Laverne Chandler Fresh Greens 3 bunches $1.00
t v ?_ team and their Richard Golden ll:5?. S) Carl Hunsinger
talent.ed 15:2'l 8) Donald Hodges 16-:
a a very
." ... SUNDAY November 1 junortl.! Golden 04, 7)Sheldon Hodge 18:15.
i/ place -
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day's meet, setting anew Bradford I
record of 12:05 tor .

Keep your ca's finish protictid. .. U. 8.2:00 gal: -P.M.SOUTH the"Our 2-1/2 course team miles.worked extremely I It's Fun To TakeA

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\ LIT.AUTO. HORSE RACING AT Its BEST the race tremendous and It paid efforts oft well by everyone. In- I Trip In A Dune-Buggy .

." Coach Loper said .
BHS placed fourth to a big I
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meet the week before and Palat- I
ka South was one of the team's
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STARK!:'. FLORIDA Invited It's second place 12:15: finish seta
Everyone
-- FLEESLADE' new BHS cross country record i""
I.'aahne( Mochin, Y t Nm,. M,. fMo-Shin DUItlon Richard Fill's 12:19: fourth

saflsaaaP place is a new GIIS sophomore)
course record. Sylvester Lotf
12:55: fifth place set a new BHS
BB a eJBeV BI e Bi B B
freshman course record
-- Jimmy Lowery. Gerald Crifi

lie. Mark Hodges, and Holland ....
Corbitt all had their best times "
I Df to dace Coach Loper added.
Although the BHS JV team
lost 24-31. Coach Loper says
f that Botch Clark. VanSycket. _
1 Cowart, Thomas Andrews and
Roberts all improved their
times and gave great effort
The middle school team of
Bryan Hankerson Sharon Gai- ,
DIY, Cart Hamm. LavernChan-
Hunsinger Donald j
H BodgesaaM Sheldon f ode+ aida
tine job{ of beating CaUahan'a j
7th. 8th and 9th graders.
Our preparation and work
schedule continues this week I It
G. E.Flll'ERFLO to be ready for a very strong
Lake Butler team on thel.I I
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said, Joey Branson Malachi now with five sophomores in
Tornadoes Must Establish Running GameTornado Henry, and Gary Melvin turnedin the starting line upCarter,
: good performances. Both Henry, Melvin, Dyal. and Tea-
Henry and Melvin.are sophomores tone. These sophomores, the
gridders must solidly for the Tornadoes against Pa- the off tackle plays are togo "Nobody is doing a"good, V Sexton notes, and soph- coaches point out, are Improving -
\ establish a running game latka was old off tackle 38 Sexton notes. Guard Gene; consistent Job Coach blocking, Reese Sexton quite a while, Coach Sexton we didn't get the good, con- omores are going to make mis- from week to week but it
for a consistent notes. Jerry noted. Even though Palatka takes. takes time to turn Into
offense In the and 37, most familiar to BHS a pol-
remaining four games of the ball players of several seasons Harris also did a good Job echoed that, "Our offensive line seemed to be running away sistent job _At times, Sexton The Tornadoes are playing ished ball player
1970 season. Fullback Brad Carter pulling and blocking on the play, really didn't set the world on from him, Jackson did a good
ago.
"We have not really estab- looked good running the- the coach points out. fire." Job of getting across the field O- .IL.------- - -
lished a running game," Head old standbys which used to be But, generally, BUS coaches "We Just don't get out and and in on the play. - - - -
Coach David Hurso stated Mon the bread and butter plays of were disappointed In the offensive go after people," was Head "It was by far his best defensive -
This week has the line after a good look Coach David Hurse's way of game this season"Sex-
day.
seen much good Tornado team of the
We
at the Palatka
work devoted to that end. mid-60's. game film. summing up the blocking sit- ton says.The Repair

"We're going to establish a Credit for making the play uation. Tornado defense was also
running game, then throw the go Is given by Coach Sextonto New Store Fullback Brad Carter was helped by a consistent game
ball" says Hurse of the upcoming end Charles Wright who dida named Back-of-the-Week for from defensive tackle Brad .
contest In Green Cove good job blocking down on Set To Open In the Tornadoes against Palatka. Carter. TYPEWRITERS : .
Springs. The Head Tornado the Palatka tackle. That block The sophomore! who playsa Len Register playing a new
seemed more determined than has to be done effectively for In Lake ButlerA defensive tackle too, carried position at defensive end on the
ever to come up with a con- 10 times for 52 yards, 5.2 4-3 defense, picked up his responsibilities ADDING MACHINES S-
sistent ground attack. new store called General average. well, Coach Sex-
Against Palatka, Tornado Farm & Western Supply will Defensively the coaches were ton says.
Golfers
quarterback Dean Johns and Lady be opened this Saturday, Oct. more pleased with their team'seffort "Register did a pretty; fair CALCULATORSSale
crew got five first downs of 31, In Lake Butler.Operations Job for the first time." .
nine via the ground route. Evenso Sponsor Scotch will Include the Sophomore Bob Dyal, a defensive -
there was almost always a sale of feed and seed. work tackle was named Line- Lack of consistent play from Service Rentals
man-of-the-Veek Tornado linebackers ,
for the sec- was the
pass completion mixed Into the FoursomeThe clothes and western wear. The
series to help out. new store, owned and operatedby ond week in a row. Dyal led biggest weakness in the BUS
The running game was not Ralph F. and Loretta Mer- BUS with 10 tackles and one defense in the Palatka game, Bradford County TelegraphPhone

used consistently, as Coach Scotch Foursome played ritt, will be on Main Street assist. Coach Sexton says.
Mike Sexton has pointed out last Sunday at the Starke Golf next to the Gulf Service Sta- "He's coming along, defensively "We didn't get the Job we 964-6305
several times In past weeks. & Country Club was enjoyed by ," Coach Reese notes of needed from the linebackers.
Most successful running play 12 couples. Scores were fig- tion.A grand opening Is plannedIn Dyal. Palatka ran straight football,
ured on the Calloway system a few weeks. Big Danny Jackson played his isolations and off-tackle, but
Southside Ruth Broadway and Cal Cal- best defensive ball game in .
Sels houn emerged as first place .
PTA winners with a net score of
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Thursday, Oct. 29 at 5:30: p.m. Bernice and '
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: Adams said people all over Conner Offers Kirk Job
from Page One) united behind As-
(Continued! Florida have
,I ed out that Florida's crime rate kew-Republicana as well as ShootingA As Fertilizer Inspector
, Is .up 48 per cent, taxes up Democratsbecause he grewup SLADE GASPreSeason
91 'per cent, and the cost or understanding people and Starke man, Merrill Jones,
: ? running the governor's office: then went Into politics to serve 44, was shot In chest with a Gov. Kirk doesn't have to worry about Joining the
1 is up 198 per cent. them. pistol Saturday night at the ranks of unemployed If defeated In next Tuesday's
"The people of this state Askew has a positive pro- Michigan Ranch on SR-10D election.
I can't stand that type of leadership "reason and south, according to the Brad- Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner said Tues-
for another four years," gramAedams, said, and that ford Sheriff's Department. day In Tallahassee that he would consider Kirk for a
said Adams, a local POlWcan during the course of the cam- Jones was treated and released Job as "fertilizer Inspector" while ribbing the Gover-
always popular In North paign not the first promise of from the Bradford County nor about his support of Nelson Rockefeller's bid for
Florida. special favors has been madeto ; Hospital, according to Deputy the presidency In 1968.
Adams said that today the anyone. ; Sheriff Robert Green, Investigating Conner's needling came as Kirk sat puffing his corn-
state faces challenges which The It. gov. candidate and officer. He had a cob pipe during a luncheon opening the North Florida
were unknown years ago, and veteran politician, In closing, flesh wound In the left side of Fair at Tallahassee. Conner said the one Florida con- BEATING SALEGreat
that no man Is better qualified said he has never felt more his chest. versation he would most like to hear Wednesday Is the
politically comfortable In his Arrested and charged with one between Kirk and President Nixon, who came to
life than In his present position the shooting was Prentiss Cam- Florida on behalf of the Republican ticket..
as No. 2 man on ticket pllen, 49, Starke. He was "I'd like to hear the conversation when you board
with Askew. charged by Deputy; Green with that plane Wednesday with the President, telling him
KIRKCOURAGE aggravated assault and carry- how you derailed Rocky and got him (Nixon)in,"Conner Bargains To You
The secretary Introduced ing a concealed weapon. told the Governor.
by former Gov. Charley E. Investigation In the case Is : Our CustomersWe
Johns, who paid tribute to the continuing and additional arrests -
speaker for efficient operatin may be made Deputy missioner Jerry Carter.Seek- businessman, and Republican
of the secretary of state's office Green reported. ing the post are: William H. Joe Rtpley. Jr., Fernandina appreciate vour Business, and to proveit
and for his service as a Bevis (Dem.andDavid) L.Llnd- Beach attorney, are seeking
VOTE state senator. Election sey(Rep.) the post of Incumbent Ralph check these :3 I Specials! Act Early and
Party unity; was touted by A two-party race Is also under Tyre, who was defeated In the Save!
former Florida and U.S. Con- (Continued: from Page One) way for State Represen- First Primary.
KIRK gressman Lex Green. tative, House District 17(Brad-
"It behooves us all to unite Two candidates are compet- ford, Union, Columbia, Baker, AMENDMENTS
NOV 3 now," Green said, "and get ing for the seat on the Florida Clay and Nassau Counties).Two Included among the seven WARM-UP SPECIAL
behind the noble traditions of Public Service Commission young candidates, Democrat Constitutional Amendments to
the Democratic Party.; ing vacated by retiring Com- Wayne Holllngsworth,Lake City; be voted on Tuesday Is one
giving 18-year-olds the rightto
....-- ... vote, Apparently they will
have this right after Novem-
ber 9, whether the amendmentIs
t" approved or defeated, sincea
Federal law was passed this
: year lowering the voting age
( ) y tif / In all states.Supervisor Flynn i
lw It said she whould start regis-
tering 18-year-olds on Novem-
.PI ber 9, regardless of the out-
come of next Tuesday's voting. .
Another amendment facing
BROWN voters Tuesday would give 18-
It year-olds "all the rights and
t responsibilities" of an adult.
Heretofore, the age of reach-
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21.For Information on other a- :
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t Candidate t FREE BLOWER --Limfled Time
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sary.
Commissioners thought they Porcelain Cabinet Life TimeFiberglass
CLERK hid an agreement worked out -
TiI t with the railroad to Install two Stay Cool Cabinet In-
additional culverts. But word-
Ing In the agreement with rail- sulated
way has worried the Commission
OF CIRCUIT COURT since It could mean the ONLY
I county; would take the responsibility $68-77
of taking up the rail- ;
road tracks and putting them
back after installation of the
additional culverts.
A Proven Successful Businessman. A Man who is Capable & Experi- But the commission also

A Lifelong Democrat enced to Manage your Business In wanted county It will clearly take understoodthe no responsibility The Last Word in Comfort
The Courthouse. He knows the ; for any work done on
the railroad's tracks.
t .A Family Man- 3 Son 3 Grandchildren Problems of the Working Man. t r-- : SEIGLER

I 'will always 1 conduct your Office STARKEBUSINESS

Member of First United Methodist with COURTESY AND EFFICIENCY CENTRAL WALL FURNACE

Church Serves on Administrative and for the best interest t

Board. of all the GOOD PEOPLE OF DIRECTORY


Member of Bradford Lodge F & A BRADFORD COUNTY. t .AUTO SERVICE lll viiiiq/(

t M- Past Worshipful Master Scottish I WILL ALWAYS STRIVE TO Gilbert S. Brown 'i/

Rite Mason Member of MoOPERATE YOUR CLERKS ', :

orocca Temple Past President. of OFFICE IN A CONSERVATIVE t Standard Oil ATLAS Service Station i'1,'I ,

t Starke Shrine Club Serving MANNER, TRYING AL- Budget TIRES Terms* BATTERIES- Road Service I

second Term as Shrine Club SeeWAYS TO KEEP THE BUD PRONE M4-7071
407 N.Temple-Starke I Ih
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Commerce. (Civic-Minded DedTHE TAX PAYERS ALL the

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GILBERT S. (GIB) BROWN is ROAD SERVICE
301 and 199 Stark
Member of Bradford County Farm a Man who: speaks the Language -

t Bureau. (Dealer For Farm Bureau of our Times and Acts with the t

Tires & Assessories). Wisdom of Maturity.t I,41y
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A Man who knows the Value of a
Gib Brown will be Full-Time t 1
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t I wish to Restate the Promise I made in the Telegraph of June t 65,000 BTU --- Heats Up To

18, 1970 That,; I I Ii 6 RoomsWall

"1 would have been Candidate if Mrs. i
not a Virginia Thermostat Keeps even tempera- ,

F. Darby, the wife of the-late Hon. Charles A. Darby, t'' ture, Counter Flow Pulls unused heat off

had desired to run for the unexpired time of her late 6 ceiling and spreads it hack evenly ovef the
floors.
where you
t DOES YOUR SHOWERDWINDLE need it. Economical to install

husband. I Promise if elected to Keep the same efficient and. economical to operate. ONLY j

help Mr. Darby had, if they desire to Continue Rear and Side ****
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there should be some forceto
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make the catch. This was the cumulated in six Good neither did they ,
left Clay Cllhooly broke loose games: did not win, but .
Nelf78 And second meeting of the two team man's is the highest scoring with the ending in
Activities From for 20 yards and the ginning lose game
touchdown. with Goodman's winning the team with 51 points, followedby a 12-12 tie, with the league's I nttf ChiekeK'Ii I i
first contest 6-0 so as stands Builders' 48. Goodman's second place team Koch Drugs. ($ ktj' friedspecial
THE RECREATION CENTERKENTUCKY KENTUCKY FRIED now neither team has been able also allowed the fewest points, Larry White bad put his team
CHICKEN 26, to score against the other in 12, followed by Koch's 20. in the lead on a 46 yard run
COMMUNITY BANK 0 seven Quarters. Today neither In the opening quarter. How- ) I It
The high scoring KFC team team deserved to, looseand GOODMAN'S STANDARD OIL ever, before the half ended i
FRIED CHICKEN game of the year at the expense unleased an offense that rackedup neither did.STARE Conner tied the game on a : :
GAINS 16-0 WIN TO INCREASEON
INCREASES FIRST PLACE of winless Community 26 points, highest point total FIRST 42 yard run by Freddie Ald
Bank. scored by any one team BUILDERS 8 LI
LEAD TO SMALL FRY FOOTBALL ridge.
The winners pushed across in the league to date. CONNER INSURANCE 6 For better than three quar- In the third period. Wade
two first half scores and then The undefeated KFC receivedthe Starke Builder's, the leagues ters, Starke Builders playedthe In punt and
Winkler a
KFC 8/ANDREWS 0 relied on their defense to do opening kick off and three third place team, stayed right undefeated Standard Oil returned gathered it 40 yards for the go Mon. & Tuca. Only ;I II t I It
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Kentucky Fried Chicken so- team on even terms TuesdayIn
the rest. Clay Gilhooly scoredthe plays later had a 6-0 lead with behind Koch's in the standingsby ahead touchdown. A determined
llfied their bold on first place first six pointer on a run Doug Reddish getting: ttte touchdown edging Conner Ins. 8-6 in Bantam League football. For Conner team came right back
by handing Andrews Drugs their of four yards. Community Bank on a 20 yard run. Red- a very hard fought contest. three quarters neither team Greg "
first defeat of the season 8-0. tied the game at 6-6 when Alex Jsh scored again a few min- The margin of victory for could keep a drive going long with Wattdns a 35 Freddie yard pass Aldridge play and t livers & Gizzards t
Both teams going Into the Cardenas ran for a 10 yard utes later on another 20 yard the Builders' was a safety. enough to carry the ball over the was knotted again,
game were undefeated, but KFC TD. Kevin Tillman broke thtf run and as the first half end- Early in the opening quarter the other's goal line. Pass Interceptions game ended the
had been tied once and An- deadlock and ended the scoring ed KFC held a 12-0 lead. Jeffrey Jockel found Mike Cole stopped drives by and as the buzzer Dinner 79* jj
game, that was the score. II t tt
drews had been tied twice. on a 15 yard scamper. KFC added 14 points in the alone In the endzone and fired both teams several times.Mid- Goodman's six
KFC made sure that this game Each team has now playedsix second half on touchdowns by a bullet for the six pointer. way of the final period Good Koch Drugs three
would not end In a tie as they and the Mike Jackson, man's finally put one In the wins, one tie:
compiled a 30-yard John
games run Later In that same period losses, two ties:
wins, two WED. THURS
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would not allow Andrews to put following stats: and Chub Johnson, a 40yardrun. Depoe pulled the flag off the end zone via the pass route Starke Builders' three wins, t FRI. NOV. 6 t tt
any points on the board, and KFC has scored 91 points Jackson added a two point Conner quarterback behind his with Jackson Prevatt throwingto Conner, seven NOV. 4, 5
,four losses
defeating them 8-0. The win- while allowing 42i; Andrews has conversion and the final score own goal for a safety, and as Carl Hamm.Ray Whittle add- losses, one tie.; HALFDOZENCUP FISH DINNER
ners first score came when scored 62 'and' gave up 46; was KFC 26, Community Bank it turned out,the winni points. ed the extra point and the league
Eddie Dyal downed Jeffrey Nor- First Federal has scored 38, 0. Conner Ins.,playing their best leaders had an 8-0 lead. SCHEDULEThursday t CAKES I !
man in the end zone for a and allowed 65; Community game to date, shutoff Build A pass Interception set up J
safety and that two pooInts was Bank has also scored 38 points LEAGUE STANDINGSKFC ers' scoring the rest of the way the final score with Prevatt October 293:45 Free With Bucket or 98'
all that KFC was to need, but but their defense has givenup six wins, 1 He: An- but could only manage one score again doing the passing, this Koch vs Builders; 5 p.m. Con- t Barrel of Chicken II t
little did realize it at to Donnie
anyone one Hampton. Terry
76 points. drews Drugs 3 wins, 3 losses, themselves. Their TD came Standard Oil.
ner vs
the time. Small Fry results Monday, 2 ties: First Federal, 3 wins, on a Matt Herres pass toFreddie Fox ran for the conversion andGoodman's Tuesday, Nov. 3- 3:45 Stan-
The game had some very October 26- 1 tie Community Bank was a 16-0 victor. .
losses Aldridge.
exciting moments. With only FIRST FEDERAL 18 7 losses. ; These games completed the dard vs Koch; 5 pjn Conner t EAT IN OR TAKE OUT. t
seconds remaining to play in ANDREWS 14 first half of the season, and CONNER INSURANCE AGY. 12 n Builders.
the first half KFC was at An- A determined First Federal SCHEDULE each team has shown marked KOCH DRUGS 12 1596 N. Temple Ave. U.S. 301 North
drews three yard line when J. team moved within Conner Insurance, 'after login LEGAL _
one game Monday, November 2- Improvement: it looks like FORMS. Bradford t
Norman picked off a pass at of second place by downingthe 3:45: Andrews vs KFC: 5 p.m., Goodman's is the team to beat. g six consecutive games, County Telefnph. Ph. t C. R. BRASWELL, OWNER
the goad line and was TD league's second place team, First Federal vs Community Some Interesting stats ac- pulled oft a coup Tuesday They ..e305. !leeii-ate
bound, but Joe VallnsM took Andrews Drugs, 1814. .
away Norman's flag at the two Bank. !! e e.a.a. e 4.. _- : !! e.e.oer. ..-- eo
First Federal their
played
Wednesday, Nov 43:45: ,
yard line, 58 yards away and finest game of the season in First Federal vs Andrews, 5 ,
the half ended there. recording the big win. The win p.m. Community Bank vs KFC. t
KFC had spent most of the ners scored first with Al Chapman o
first half near Andrews goal taking in a Clay Gilhooly
line but a determined defense Pdss, good for 30 yards and a BANTAM FOOTBALL t t
permitted only a safety. KFC six point lead.Andrews KOCH DRUGS battles unde-
finally put the ball in the end came right back to
feated GOODMAN'S to 0-0 tie,
zone In the second half on Doug tie the game when Jeffrey
Thurs. Oct. 22.
Reddish's passing. Norman putting: on a dazzling The league leading and undefeated -
display of stop and go, reverse Goodman's Standard I YOU CANTAFFORD; :
FIRST FEDERAL 12
field touchdown run of 35 yards 011 and the league's second
COMMUNITY BANK 6
and the
score was knotted at place team battled to a score-
First Federal Savings &Loan
66.The less stand off Thursday, Oct.
Association their second
won
undaunted tigers of First
Federal regained the lead a 22.Neither team penetrated clos-
short time later Al Chapman er than the other's 20 yard
intercepted a Norman pass,returned line. During the first two quar- I :
it to the enemy one ters the game was played on .
IKIRKICOURAGE yard line, and on the next play, Goodman's side of the mid- -
Clay Gllhooly went off tackle Jeld strip but Just as it would
for the go ahead score and, as seem Koch's was about strike
the first half ended First Federal Goodman's defense came on
I led 12.6.Midway .
strong.
the second half An- Closest Koch's came was the I
drews recaptured the lead with 21 yard line when on fourth I MORE
VOTE Alan Montgomery scoring on and about a yard they were FOUR
a 15 1212.yard pass to tie the gameat forced to give up the ball on
downs.
KIRK Norman then scored the two The second half was much
point conversion and Andrews the same with both teams punt-
NOV. 3 stood tall with a 14-12 lead. ing frequently.Goodman's came
However, First Federal refused close on one drive, when a
to admit defeat and with receiver got behind Koch's defense -
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.y A desperate Claude Kirk, obviously since Reconstruction Days, and in 1968 In ; : :: t.\)'. .'

7 frightened by the general belief thathe when Ed Gurney defeated LeRoy Collinsfor Tanner, a lcorrespondende- "" This will be brief and to
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is the underdog In next Tuesday's the U.S. Senate, and Richard Nixon scribing the early settlers of the pointand directed at those
Individuals (and parents) con-
of what .Is
Lawteymembers
carried the state.It .
Askew for
with Feubin
showdown vote
referred to as The Chicago sidering a donation or sending
the Governorship of Florida, is pull- Colony-- group of about 30 ,c their children: out during Hallo-

ing out all the stops in a last-minute was also evident from the poll families who came to Lawtey In we'en to collect donations In

effort to besmirch the Senator from that many voters who deserted the the early 1870's and obtaineda the name of UNICEF United

West Florida by any means, fair or party in 1966 are drifting back to the tract of land from Capt. Nations International Child-
Democratic fold because they are worried Thomas J. Burrln a lumber ren's Emergency: Fund).
foul. There facts available to
and turpentine operator who are
about the economyincreasing
owned some 18,000 acres of prove that UNICEF money Is
Such tactics have seldom succeeded inflation Increasing cost of living, land In the area.) used to support the INTERNA-

and there is no reason to believe and.- at the same time-- increasing Mrs. Tanner's report continues TIONAL COMMUNISTS CON-

that Florida voters will be deceivedby unemployment. This year the work : SPIRACY.If .
The next place visited was you really want to help
ing man is "voting his pocketbook
this vicious smokescreen especlal- ,
that of Mr. LW. Sayles. for- the children of the worM flj I
ly when it is thrown up by one whose is the way one poll analyst puts it. merly 'from Michigan but for DO NOT GIVE TO UNICEF);

credibility gap is as wide and deepas As one 60-year-old construction worker three years one of Lawtey's ((2) Learn about the INTERNATIONAL

that of Governor Kirk's. said: "I've been in construction work most enterprising citizens. His COMMUNISTS CONSPIRACY

for 40 years and I've made all my really elegant home, costing (and I do not mean

It is likely that Kirk's shrill villifi- money when the Democrats have been some sir thousand dollars, from some In watered the down course
challenges the admiration of offered government
cation will increase in tempo in .the in power. every beholder, while Ms broad schools); ((3)) Actively supportthe

remaining days before November 3, acres of beautiful orange trees Missionary Fund of your

especially in view of the results of a Another said: "The whole economic eight hundred stretching awayon The E. G. Hill home as It looked at the time of this interview in Church.

poll released Sunday by the Miami situation is -chaotic. We thought Inflation every side-- as seen from 1884. Drawing from booklet, "Florida Flirts" published in Boston. Thank you.

Herald projecting that Askew will receive was bad before, but now we the broad piazzas, are a sightto Mass about 1891 by! James 11. Foss. E\-Deput Commissioner of

sixty-two per cent of the Gen thank goodness for the old Inflationat -- eleclt. praise of the sincerestsort. the U. S. Department of Agriculture.there : .

eral Election vote to Kirk's 38 per least we didn't have unemploymentalong On the opposite side of the Mrs. Don E. (Lorraine)

cent. The same poll predicts 61 per with it." street are twenty; acres of trees, is compensating Increase comodation of thirty pupils, a of Lawtey, was later purchasedby Champion, Box 177,Starke, Fla.

cent for Lawton Chiles to 39 cent half of them owned by Mr. afterwards. school organ etc., and all pre- Dr. George W. Brown and

per Sayles and the other half belonging "Any loss of nursery trees?" sided over by an excellent lady occupied by his family for many :g:"::{:::::::::::::::::;::*::*:;: :::;:::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::;:::::!:::
for Bill Cramer. to Mr. S.B. Salisbury, Inquired the reporter. teacher a graduate from one years. It was destroyed by fire

According to the poll, there will of Chicago, with no dividing "None at all that I know of." of the Normal schools of Wis- over 20 years ago, and the I NEW BOOKS |1

Of course, polls have been knownto have to be a massive change of sen- fence between to detract from "I see you have solved the consin.. Church and Sunday property was purchased by Mr.

be wrong before, but the Herald timent if Governor Kirk is to make the effect. Mr. Sayles has recently problem of drainage very suc- school services are held at and Mrs. Bryant Reddish who :*::: At The Library *::
been setting out straw- cessfully," said the scribe. present In the school house, built a home and reside there
claims to have conducted a "scientific his wild charges stick and stave off
"Yes, we have now over ten but as the town advances In now.)
berry plants from which he
sampling" in all parts of Florida, a resounding defeat at the hands of expects a fine yield next Jan- miles 'of ditching In Lawtey, material prosperity; the church Through the courtesy of Mr. ADULT FICTIONThe
and that the margin of error should Askew next Tuesday. It is not like- edifice and house kindly
uary; and a vegetable garden and Improvements are still goIng opera are Bailey, the reporter was Executives-- Fullerton;

not be over five percent either way. ly that even the barnstorming tour comprising Irish potatoes, rad- on." certain to follow." conducted through the spa- The Persuader--Pollack; Gen-

At any rate, it will be interesting to of the state this week by President ishes, turnips, beets, parsnips, "Can you tell me the pre- This pleasant Interview was cious and elegant rooms, and esis Two.- Davies; The Sha-
etc, promises a plentiful variety sent number of Inhabitants of renewed after a drive to Mr.Hill's even to the convenient cellar, Davles
watch, and the predictions can lend Nixon on behalf of Cramer and Kirk dow Before-- ; Deadly
Lawtey, Mr. 11111? handsome grounds. With which was perfectly dry.StandIng -
little comfort to an already worried can turn the trick. Indeed Flo- ; through out the winter. Meeting--Martin; El Rancho
many Mr. Sayles uses the Fuller "Well, we have had no cen- the genuine Chicago pluck and In view of the beautiful The Green
Claude Kirk.Personality. ridians may feel that it is beneaththe fertilizer In the proportion of sus taken lately, but I should spirit Mr. Hill, now an eight grove of one thousand trees Man Rio -Eberhart Amis The; Deceivers--

dignity of the President and the five pounds per annum to a think there were fully five hundred year old resident of Lawtey, Just reaching the productive Barnes-- Whitewater; --Horgan;

and party loyally Vice President to Indulge in such tree, five years old) and his and we are expecting large is the happy possessor of two period, It Is Impossible to rea- The Possession; Of Joel De-

emerged as the two main reasons blatant politics and will resent their groves aro In a most flour assesslons during the coming hundred bearing orange trees, lize that this place, six years laneyStewart; In The Days
winter. Lawtey has a great with the near prospect of an since, was nothing but a pine
ishing condition, while the
for the Democratic accord- to influence the Of The Councillor Andersen;
big edge, attempts. voting of a between the trees yielda many nonresldentspeople even thousand. He has, besides forest.In .


ing to the poll analysts. Apparently, sovereign state. Even those who mightbe spaces ton of hay to the acre. who are wisely laying the foundation Scuppernong grapes and agreat Sledgehammer-- Wager Reader--; The

Democrats do not plan to desert the flattered by a visit from such Mr. J.W.C. Peters, from Chi of a sure Income In variety; of shrubbery, fifty; Le- addition to the large grove Charlotte Armstrong The God Keepers--

majority party to the extent they did dignitaries must admit that their time cago, came to Lawtey five years orange groves, with a future Conte pear trees and two hun- may be seen a nursery stockof Johnson Armstrong;Bomber-- Deighton;
one thousand trees part ;
in 1966, when Kirk was elected as the could be better spent attending to critical and a half ago, and, believingIn home In the finest climate In dred bearing Japan persim- of which will be set to grove Whistle And I'll Come To You--
the world while pursuing other mons. Mr. Hill scored the first
of hard work
the ,
philosophy
first Florida Republican Governor affairs in Washington. this winter. There are also Turnbull; GoBetweenMa-
has laid for himself the foundation business for the present In success in the state with this
the North." beautiful fruit and was In con many peach and Le Conte pear ling; Mrs. Wallox--De Vries;
handsome Income
of a very trees and an orchard of (word Crimson Ramblers Of The
sequence, the recipient of hun-
lie has fifteen acres of

I Wo. 3 Not The Ansiver are orange now In trees bearing, fifty;; three of which thou- In"What Lawtey?Industries" have you dreds of letters In regard soliciting to Its cul-Information dred missing. Japa A bunch from persimmons of old seven paper In)Japan bearing hun-- World--West.

ture. Mr. Hill also enjoys the
bear- ADULT NON-FICTION
stock fifty
sand nursery ; ; "Well, orange culture is the persimmons which Mr. Bailey
distinction of being the most
Peento With Arthritis Corrigan
Ing peach trees of the feature of Lawtey Living -- -
prominent exhibited last winter at the
One of the least understood of the vote for this one also. variety; and a number of but there Is Capt. Burrin's successful and gardener raise In Law- Agricultural Fair In St. Louis, ; A Reader's Guide To
tey, can cabbagesthat
Le Conte Japan persim- Walt Whitman--Allen A Pic-
seven amendments to the State Con- pears lumber Interest and the cot- will vie with at an Mo., drew the attention of admiring ;
No. 4Permits tau issuance when mons and grapes. He makes Mr. Ward any torial Anthology of Witch-
ton gin owned by
crowds who had
stitution to be voted next never
on TuesdayIs Agricultural Fair. His winter
ten tons of superiorhay craft Magic And Alchemy--
annually :,
authorized law of state bonds to Knickerbocker and a numberof
,
by before the
seen unique beautyof
Number 3 the that would garden includes peas, beans ;
only one from the native "crabgrass" store Grillot; The Quality; Of Life--
stores-- a large now
make in finance the construction of air and five onions, celery, lettuce, radishes this fruit. He was MIchener An
a major change the structure and keeps cows In of building to be ; Eye For The
process offered ten dollars for it. With
water pollution control and abatement parsnips, beets turnips
of Florida's government. from which he obtains a dally occupied by lion J.D. Lewis, far-seeing wisdom and Dragon--Bloodworth; They Call
and solid waste disposal facilities. yield of twenty-five; quarts of of Mich., who having come to and every other !known succu lic spirit deserving, Imitation a pub- Me Mister 500--Granatelll;

cannot afford to constructthe milk, enabling him to sell ten lent. Are You Carrying Any Gold
cities
The plan would set up two different Many Lawtey an Invalid Is so much Mr. Bailey is rapidly carryingout
facilities needed if they are to pounds of butter a week. Besides Improved In health as to be the scheme of converting Or Living Relatives--Kampen;
court systems, one for thirteen coun- the care of his own grove, The $20,000,000 Honeymoon--
stop dumping raw sewage into the able to resume business. Opposite Mr. Hill's Is the five acres of cypress bay Into
ties that are over 100,000 population he has taken contracts for set- Sparks.
"What about school privileges -
state's 0 lakes and streams. The prob- elegant new house of Mr. S.A. an ornamental park whose tropical -
and another for counties of smaller ting out others-- the Salisbury ?"
Bailey .late of St. Louis. shades will some day Invite -
,
size. The larger counties would have lems of pollution, already great, will grove among them, and he has "We have a cozy little school- the footsteps of grateful

two levels of courts-- Circuit Court become worse with our continued extracted about five hundred- house containing improved patent (Editor's note: The Bailey plcknlckers. ADULT REFERENCEThe
of This amendment words torn off old paper from school desks for the ac- Letters Of Robert Brown-
and Magistrate Court while smaller growth population. home one of the "showplaces"By (To be continued.)
which this was copied) pine Ing And Elizabeth Barrett
counties, like Bradford, would have a would help provide an overall solution stumps with the Chambe (sheet Browning--Kinter; Dictionary

middle level-- the County Court. involving more federal help for torn) puller which he endorsesas Of GardenlngRoyaillorticul.tural

local communities. A "yes" vote here the only practical machineof FarmersWe Diaryurday Society; A Science Dic-

There would be little would seem wise. the kind of which he has tionary Of The Plant World
or no change !
any knowledge. Chlnery.
in the duties of the Judges, as they Mr. S.W. Beebe, of Bay City; got back that hour of
night
was
a big
would continue to perform the same No. 5Proposes an amendmentto Mich., has lived In Lawtey two sleep we lost last spring when and success
congratulations In
type of work they are now doing. In provide authority for sale of state- years, has five acres In grove Daylight Saving time went Into l for those who are put It order on- JUVENILE FICTIONThe
owned submerged lands only when in and ten acres ready to set effect last Saturday night, and
some counties, however (and this does and for the StarkeBradford Children Of The House--
the public Interest and provides authority with trees during the winter, now with Standard time there County Chamber Fairfax Amanda's
not include Bradford), judges that wouldbe will be more light In the early ; of Commercefor Lucy;
of such lands for besides a thousand nursery It with Choice Holland Magic In The
private use sponsoring thousandsof -- ;
transferred into Circuit Court would mornings. The change will be
have their salaries raised substantially only when not contrary to the public trees, fifty; Peen-to peaches, appreciated by all those who dollars. In so doing the Alley--Calhoun; The Baseball
a number of Japan persimmonsand
Chamber has made vital Bargain -Corbett Happy Harry -
a ;
interest. This would give added pro have to hit the road early to con-
to other fruits. Mr. Beebe
$30,000 The
-
a year. eighty- tribution to the agriculture eco And The Scarecrow: --Geel-
tection to the public in preservingbeach prefers the Fuller fertilizer go to work, as well as by the
five judges affected would receive ," school children who ride the nomy of Bradford County.Let's ; haar; For Glory And The King--
mixed with cotton-seed meal -
front property and other recreation -- McDonald.
total Increase
pay of around $500,000 buses. But that old sun will
areas for the people. A "yes"vote In the proportion of five poundsof .
annually. the former to three of the be hitting the sack an hour Sam McGarveyIn

is recommended.No. latter. The ten acre of earlier from now on.
grove this section Is Nov. 21.! but all get out and vote JUVENILE NON-FICTION
Although some judicial reform Is Mr. Bert Rockwell, soninlawof r It can come before that, as in the general election Tues- Dwellers Of The TWldra---
needed, there seems to be doubt that 6Provides for four year terms Mr. Beebe, though set out we well remember a Thanks- day and maintain the record Jenness; Gerbils And Other
for members of the House of Repre only one year ago, is In remarkably Bradford Small
this proposed amendment is the answer fine order. It looks as If this will be giving Day some years ago County; has earnedas Pets-- Shuttlesworth;

Although touted by its supporters sentatives. Some legislators claim that AN INTERESTING another "off" year for pecans, when it was cold, cold, coldlrrr one which takes its politics Great Escapes--Howarth; Dis-

as an answer to the present"hodgepodge" the expense of having to run for office INTERVIEW WITH according to preliminary sur- seriously and turns out a genes-Brandenberg; The Bedouins -

of courts it seems every two years Imposes a financial MR. E.G. HILL vey made by market experts.A high percentage of voters In Camp-.-Hoyt; In A Pygmy
every election.Bradford's. -Shepard.
likely that the hardship on some, even with their As the reporter on the sec- better Indication will be available -
proposed amendment But In the meantime, the wea-
when the first auction
the ond morning of her visit In
Those who
would do little to actually solve this salary raise. oppose sale of the season is held ther Is fine- a few roses are
amendment say that one house of the Lawtey sat contemplating the blooming, our Confederate Sink Hole Most Scenic
problem. Rejection of this' Ineffective prospect before her while wait- Thursday (Nov. :5) and the vol- rose
measure might possibly Influencethe Legislature should have shorter termsto Ing for the carriage which was ume and quality of the crop is ablaze with blooms of various
make the Representatives more responsive will be shown the market shades of red and white,
bar to her that on
judiciary, and Legislature to convey over por-
to the people.No. tion of the town not visitedthe much wet and clumps of yellow flowers In Florida Histo rical Toldare
come up with a better plan. For this day before, the landscapewas the growing s eatproduring add their touch of color to our : Group

reason, a "no" vote on Amendment son Is blamed for shortageof yard. For that matter, we have
No. 3 would seem the better part of 7.- Authorizes school boardsto suddenly Improved by the nuts this fall. flowers In bloom the year a- Bradford County's sink hole formed, the speaker said
wisdom next levy ad valorem taxes in excessof appearance on the scene of the round, as even after a hard is the most spectacular and that the limestone rock which
Tuesday. lithe form of Mr. E.G. (
ten mills for periods up to ten Hill r.r freeze, we find tiny aster-like most scenic In Florida, mem- underlies this part of Florida,
one of the first settlers of bers of the is Jointed (
Bradford )
wildflowers with delicate blos- County seamed Surface
Briefly, the other proposed Amend years for captial Improvement pur- Lawtey. A number of berry growers soms that are smaller than a Historical Society were told water seeps Into through these
when authorized by a vote of "You are the very man I
poses by Dr. Joints
ments are: have set plants out, but as pea. E.C. Pirkle at their and eventually creates
electors who are owners of propertynot wish to see, sir, said the one of them said "We've real- meeting In the public library acid, causing the rocks to splitor

No. 1 1-- Giving 18-year-olds the rightto wholly tax exempt. The present reporter."So are. you, Madam," facetiously ly had to put the water to last Thursday night. crumble, removing their

vote. If you feel that "old enough limitation is two years. Our schools replied the gentleman them," meaning that full use of The speaker, who Is with the support overnight, and a sink
And another good Is Department of Physical Sci- hole created, he said.
must continue to expand as the irrigation systems was used In thing
to fight is old enough to vote this pop with a hearty; smile that that the has ences at the University of
the All of which shows grass quit grow-
ulation increases and approval of this left no doubt of his sincer- process.
should be your dish. that the growing of berries ing, so for a while we won'thave Florida, said that most sink
amendment would seem to provide ity.The; to about holes have sloping sides while Four young science students
reporter observed that which used to be a moderate worry getting from BUS
for future It cut and the Bradford sink located between Gary Keys, Gerald
growth.It financial affair, has now become one day, seeing It -
the orange groves throughoutthe Meng, Eugene Meng, and David
No. 2Provides that legal rights entire town and vicinityhad a costly operation. Involving grow right back up within a Graham and Brooker, Eiland

and responsibilities now attained at Is just as Important to vote on put on a most remarkable thousands of dollars for short time. We have nothing has perpendicular sides, form exhibited, attended objects the they meetingand had

age 21 would be granted at age 18, these amendments as to vote for the growth since she had visited soil treatment, plastic mulch- In Is the world against grassIt ing feet a from sheer the drop of some 80 found at the sink hole, several
good for cows and It top to the levelof
along with voting rights. If you voted candidates. Don't overlook them next there a year ago.Having passed Here's Ing and hoping Irrigation the equipment.have sure looks good on a lawn- water at the bottom of the coming from the stream that

for No. 1, you will probably want to Tuesday. through the place on the train better luck than growers they did last but it's as bad as the hair on hole. He placed the sink as has worn a deep gully, emptyIng -
after the
Just severe frost of Into
..10" season. a man's neck. In that It grows having likely been formed dur- the sink. These Included -
last winter when the trees appeared pieces of Indian Pot-
..\ faster than the law should allow ing the Pleistocene era with an
-.. .. I as if a fire had done tery and arrowheads dating backto
estimated
-
,- r r age of 2.5 million
Il. over them, he took occasionto
., years. thousands of years B.C.; an
The Bradford! CbuntyTELEGRAPH say that the marked IncreaseIn And speaking of seasonal r. Dr. Pirkle said an unusual ancient horse's tooth and a
o"0 size would appear incredible piece of
black
bone which
feature of the sink Dr.
Is
to one not familiar with things, the long election cam- the strata
paign will wind up next Tues- The Calf Scramble last Sat- of coquina rock near the Plrkle Identified as a manatee
the fact that the loss of leavesby rib from the Miocene
9'1 day, when In addition to elect- surface, Indicating that this era. pos-
ESTABLISHED 1879 frost Is not injurious to sibly 7 to 25 million
U.S. and area was covered by salt years
.l7teglue. the trees. Ing state officers, water old. The
said that
in geologists
In the morning will I direct "On the and a state representative, we the Old777j5r Is pre-hlstorlc formed times. Coquina he had found sharks teeth and
weMSSa contrary, said Mr. will pick a circuit court clerk. by the fossils of
my prayer unto thee.- Hill, "the frosts of last win- The county; was paid a com- minute salt water shellfish. the shells of large clams on

FLOR I A E S S (Psalms 5:3: A.V.). ter were a positive benefit.It pliment at a rally last week, The lower 40 feet of the field trips to the sink.

As we surrender ourselves to is true that the sappy when an outsider said, "You J'f Brooker sink has layers ofconcentrated

ASS 0 0 N God-our plans for the day, branches or new wood had to people here vote about twiceas r phosphate, Dr. The
Bradford
AI' -:: Id'\: our work the schedule of our be cut back a little in some heavy as do those In other I E Pirkle said. In: spite of local sink Is referred -

activities remain in balance.We Instances, but that trifling loss parts of the state." legend J that the sink hole Is cations to :1.1 geological publi-"
was rapidly regained while bottomless," the as "Brooks Sink Dr.
let go any feeling of rush speaker said Pirkle
that said but he had no
E. L. MATTHEWS.: Editor-Publisber or hurry. We know what we there Is an incalcuable benefit r H indicated soundings made there have knowledge of how this name
In the the
Published each Thursday and entered as Second need to do time and in extermination of injurious water Is not more was derived
on a It
unless
than was a
IS to
parasites. The bearing The forecast Is that we will "The only thing that 17 feet deep. This
Class. Matter at the Post I Office at Starke. Floridaunder perfect way. Let's ask God to ghee can contraction of "Brooker Sink."
wood on young trees having been have a very cold winter, and some of ut more for our overfSJ)411) 80 feet or more The
Act of March 3rd, 1879. show us how best to use our pruned away, the yield of fruit If It proves to be accuratewe today than ten Into surrounding speaker was Introducedby
money
Subscription in trade area: 1 :year $3.00: OuUlde time and our talents, so that is necessarily less this year; will not have a long timeto U years woods during extremely wet Joe Cissy, an employe of
ago a In the Container
trade area: 1 year, $5.50 we may retain Divine order in but experience has demonstrated prepare for it. The average scale the penny put periods, Dr. Plrkle said whose Corporation on
at
all that w<> HA that In such cases here date for tea first Mlllne front drugstore. in discussing how sink holes located.property; the sink is now


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Scouts Hold j' I


I InvestitureAnd Give AwardsGirl .l't!.._. ....--... war VOTE-DON' CRITICIZE I

Scout Troop 605 held Its _
:
Investiture ceremony and Court Local admittances to Brad- t' l 1
of Awards Monday afternoon In ford County; Hospital this week \: 1 J
the First United Methodist Include: Mrs. Ethel Thomas, KEEP
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Church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Clean Reagan Mrs.San- .
dra Melson Mrs. Alma
The following
new girls were
Leuxick Mrs. Inea Green .
invested: Karen Mathis, Sylvia _
Plttman, and Shandal Coleman. Mrs. Maggie Ellington) Miss r.; .
Also Joining this year were Sand Combass, Mrs. Mildred LLI .,\ if.' .II.! I't
several girls who Griffin, Mrs. Hester Thomas .I' ',
Brownies Ayer, Donna last Brantley year:,Gladys Linda were Joseph Mahalko Brantley Starke;and Mrs.Geon Elv t- INMAN, GREEN I ,: : .1' ,:;f, .

Broskey, Sherrie Cole, Cynthia Kirkland, Lawtey; Mrs Ethel
Ekenbarger, Donna Green Neuman Macclenny; Mra> Ml JYJUM 3W Q: l- j :
Marlynn Patray; Dale Rouse, Annie Chlapptni Melrose;Mrs. CI3WO HUGH : .
Janice Saucer, and Kelly Wood- Lily Nettle and Mrs., Ruth YTIMUMM03 HUO HOI *> ,
ham. Crosby Lake Butler;Mrs.Gra- C Your Clerk i 'z iJ oC
Eollne Green Roxanne: Ches- cie Harris Ralford; and sa- dA.
ser, Karen Glover and Suzanne Thomas LeFevers, Graham. ;t ". !! ,
Sawyer were elected patrol Walla admitted .. .j'aM'y >
leaders and received their gold Mrs. Llpsey was -

serve cords.as troop Frances scribe>Perry with Lm will Hospital to Sunday the Alachua observation General a Circuit Court

da treasurer.Richardson: serving as troop and treatment.Mr. Q o 5

Jones
Additional members of Troop and Mrs. Tyler .
605 are: Debbie Glover, Diane returned Sunday from ten daysIn U
Crews, Joyce Farabee, Neva the Smoky Mountains.Mrs. Two Year Term
Jayne Flynn, Renee Hamilton
Karen Howe, Jennifer Padgett O.L. Haynes Jr. and .
Anne, -- --- -- -
and Many Lillian of the Perry.girls were pre- daughter Thursday to Sunday will with spend Mr. A portion of the more than 40 HolidayInn =: A note of interest to The People who S6
and Welch
sented badges which they had Mrs. Bobby at Fort employees who participated in success you,
earned at camp this summer. Walton. They will be accom- ful) "Hour Power" drive for local charities.
Mrs. George Pierce, a former panied by Mrs. Mack Williams v '
who will visit Mr. and Mrs. elect the CANDIDATES No presently
: employed -
leader In
was of given her service a gift with appreciation Williams, Jr. In Pensacola and Holiday Inn Employees y

the Following troop. were the ceremony served to, refreshments the friends Gayle Hatcher in Nlc vUle.who will visit Pledge $1010 For Charity Qw personnel should become a politiZ:

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr. An Employee Committee will
Scouts and their Leaders
parents. were vacationing in Catlinburg, Climaxing a ten-day Combined decide later how the Holiday C
T. Farabee this year Jr.are, Mrs.Mrs.W.S.DeWitt Glover Tenn. last week and attendedthe Charities Campaign. Inn Combined Charities Fund c::: cal issue. I assure you that as long as
UF-Tennessee Sat Inn Bill but the
and Mrs. W.F. Rouse. game on Holiday manager will be distributed en-
urday. Glover, announces that local tire amount must be used locally -
G.S. TROOP 614 Inn employees have pledged a Mr. Glover said. W services of the present personnel are comtc
Maurice Edwards and Titus total of $1,010.40 for charitiesIn
Girl Scout troop 614 held their. Olson attended the Farm Bureau this community.;
meeting in Clearwater Mondayto "We Believe In Hour Power"
Investiture in the lastThursdayafternoon Methodist Fellow-- Wednesday.Guy was the slogan for the drive, petent efficient, and give satisfactory service -
In which every employee was
ship Hall with leaders. Mrs. en
R.S. Mullins, Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Andrews and Lex Greer asked to pledge one hour's
of and the Mrs.ceremonies.The Leon Cheek. in charge attended dinner In a Hollywood Democratic Saturday Unit wages each among month local to be charities.distributed .- z: to you, The People, they will continue n
Jean Walden served
Mrs.
Girl Scout new girls pins during receiving the their candlelight night. captain of the first "Hour in their position.
ceremony were:Brenda Mrs. Bobby Taylor under- Power" team pledging 100 per 8 present
C
Jackson, Freda Holmes, Susan went surgery last Thursday in cent support." Winning team Af lc
members awarded free
Alachua General HospitaLMr. were
Champion Denise Cissy.

Debra Nancy Carolyn Granger McNeil Hines,,,Peggy Harriet Louise Morgan Hamm Hines Mr. .and and Mrs.Mrs. T.L.J.R.Slade Reddish Sr.,, chose lunches.According the House to Mr.Power Glover theme,"We Charley } ;,. A vote for INMAN GREEN is a vote for :::i iI

and Mr. and Mrs. R.V. Tur- for this year's drive becausewe
and Lone Ann Mallea.
During the court of awards ner were uests of Mr. and wanted to stress that a I J 23 business experience mJ
-- one
small donation from
monthly
ceremony, the girls who Mrs. John Burton in Knoxvllle Johns years year
each employee adds up to a
earned badges during the sum- Term, over the weekend and attended '

mer drea were Eaves: ,Patty Irene Mullins Wainwright, An-, Mrs. Reddish the UF-Te and nesseegame.Mrs. Turner powerfully the community.big; "contribution to About This Question: experience as your clerk -- as opposed to CL.L
All 47 of the loeallm's em-
Lee Rhodes Cathleen Granger, stopped off in Atlanta Sunday to 51.000 was awarded in
Nancy Ruth Payne, and Jana Tuesday on business enroute ployees pledged during thisyear's
damage to a pedestrianwho
Godwin. home. campaign. non-experienced candidate.
down and
was run
,
The mothers who were special -
guests, were served re- E-2 and Mrs. Maxie Norton seriously hurt by an auto-
freshments, prepared and ser- visited with his parents, Mr. mobile. Our (State) law requires -
ved by the Scouts, followingthe and Mrs.E.C. Norton at KIng- only fl0,000 auto liability
ceremony. sley Mrs. Lake Norton over Is the staying weekend.with KIRKCOURAGE Insurance. Would Thank you sincerely for your vote on Nov-

he r parents, Mr.and Mrs.Mack the motorist have to pay
A TO ZConatruction S. Utch. In Gainesville while the 141.000 difference If ember 3 1970.
I her husband is In the National he had only $10,000 coverage ,
v
Co. Guard at Fort Gordon, AugustaGa. ?" (PD. POL._ ADV. REP.)
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For AH Your RemodelIng
Need of General! Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwardsr. VOTE Charley I
have returned after five

Contracting.CONTACT months Mrs. W.B.in Boring Mundy Ore., Mrs. Paul KIRK JOHNS AGENCY I THEN VOTE YOUR Conviction !

W. L. FOWLERAT Bridges, Mrs. Gladys Canova NOV. 3 131 So. Walnut St.
964-7605 or 964-5289 and Miss Norma Canova toured I Phone 984-6070
the Smoky Mountains Wed-
FREE ESTIMATES nesday to Saturday to see the

fall foliage. s...:, g %l gggg. gg %g S&i.- # g i: 4.::::%%..cC.Yr...,.:. .} }.: .. :r. r.r..>.. .{.>.:: ..,........, : :'rr{:::
Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Reyes s;
and family of Jacksonville &
visiting Mrs. J.S. Sapp and :;::;: '"
.. Sunday. HOUSE OF '''\
family on '
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sumrall

..... and Sunday family visitors of Jacksonville of Mr.and Mrs. I} REPRESENTATIVES \.1

I F.W.Strickland. Sr. I

Rev. E.F. Montgomery
and Mrs. George Oldham of !I!!!! m!!
Lake City; were Tuesday night
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. DISTRICT; 17 -- = m .
I David Montgomery. :{:ri::: ..::.:.::.:
I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mor- : :

rison rison and of Leesburg family and vtsttod Paul Mor-Mr. 1111 (DEMOCRAT) IIII
and Mrs. Henry Morilson on 1I
Sunday. 1Si

Members of the Madison
Street Baptist Church and

friends cook-out enjoyed Saturday a,fish Oct.supper 17, at I I

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nell THESE ARE THE ISSUES SiI

Crawford lawaha River on 100 SR bass attending.16 and, with Florida Ok-approximately _

THE: FIRST NAME IN 'mullet and aU the trimmings I
SMALL CAM were served.

m ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
DATSUNGAINESVILLE NO WONDER children feel DRUG ABUSE !
Insecure. A father who tells *

2nd Gainesville Are. 2nd, Florida St. S. E. his ger forget will 10()-about year worry-old a all scratched daughter week abouta fin-to ;j! LAW AND ORDER QUALITY EDUCATION; !II!!!


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Mrs. Laura Jones Tison, 90,
I s, a of Starke, died Thursday, Oct. -
22, In a Lake City hospital --
A FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday :;::: :
after an extended illness.
native and lifelong residentof School, 9:45am.Morn-
Starke, she was the daughter CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ing, Worship, U a.m. Youtt
of the late Harley and Liz- LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwestof Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Practice -
1'<,' zie Holllngworth Jones.She was 1404 E. Bessent Road tey. Sunday School, 10a.m.MornIng Morning Worship and Communion ing Worship, 11 a.m.: Evening Wednesday 8 p.m.
the widow of Theodore Tison. SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. ( Worship 11:15. Sunday Night Service, 11 a.m. Evening services Worship, 7:30: p.m.; Prayer' -Rev. Robert D. Burch

Surviving are two daughters, Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday.Rev. GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
1 Mrs. Marie Johns,of Lake City, ment, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Worship service .J.C. Saunders, pastor. Highway -IOO A, Starke (Grlf-
and Mrs. Julia Smith, Tampa; MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Knight, pastor. 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Its Loop).

one son, William O. Tison,Lake TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School, 10 a.nu Morning
City; and two grandchildren. WednesdayRelief Society, PINE Morn- Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday Worship at U. Training
I Funeral services held 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. HA5JPXQN.CHRISTIAN Worship Union
were CHURCH School, 11 a.m. Morning 630. Evening Worship.
Pre-
.. ., at 2:30: p.m. Sunday In Jones Jesse D. Branson, Branch Ing Worship, 11a.m Band Young Sunday School::l 10 a.m. Morn- 6 p.m. Training Union 7 Mid-week Prayer Meeting, Wed-
(Booster
h Ill' 4 f bit Memorial Chapel with Rev. President. Services People, and Prayer Service), 6 Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship. nesday, 7:30.Rev.. Don R.
W.A. logon I officiating. Inter- 7 Worship, -James Shaw, pas Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- Drawdy, Pastor.
Worship,
7'I ment was in Crosby Lake Cemetery JORDAN MISSIONARY pjn. Evening p.m. (tor. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesdaynight
Midweek Service, Wednesday, LAKE BAPTIST
y. with DeWitt C. Jones BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Family night. KINGSLEY
Funeral Home In charge of ,301 North, behind Tas- 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Strickland, I p.m. Sunday School 9:30; Training
arrangements. tee Freez Drive In, Sunday Pastor. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor-
,School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER, FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor Sun- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 7:30 p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30
CHRISTIAN Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes- !01'C BAPTET.CKURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bris- Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
DIMENSION (Highway 100 at Theressa) tol, Superintendent. Training ning Worship 7p.m.;Wed.Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
day.Leroy Olive, pastor, Eo"'. Sunday School- 10 a.m., Morn- Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell Doug Meeting and Bible Study, 7
Griffis, associate pastor. ing Worship- a.m.; Training las Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book of Psalms. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
FORGIVENESSThere Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Worship 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor everyone: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn.
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:15 p.m.Wednesday .music director. Welcome. ing Worship, 11 a.m. Training
Petty Officer Nelson uses a sextant to fix Is great need today for BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
I Pickerel's position prior to people to be more kindhearted. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wor- vices7:30: p.m. Rev. Merle 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
the submarine When one remembers how mer- ship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 Packham, pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Everyone welcome.L.L. .
entering port In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. ciful Jesus is to forgive sins,it 'p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. Sunday Service: Sunday School, Parker, pastor.

is easy to be tenderhearted to Rev. Lacy Conway pastor. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.MornIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,10:45 CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
May 1970. others. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service, 7:15: p.m.
Worship, 11. Training Union a.m.
,
STARKE SAILOR TOURS he stands CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
As a quartermaster, "And be ye kind one to 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30.: Youth Group Meeting,
SOUTH AMERICA quartermaster of the watch duties another, tenderhearted, forgiv- 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
Second Class while the ship is underway ing one another, even as God ,Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 6:30. Evening Worship, 7:30.
Quartermaster and works with navigational for Christ's sake hath forgivenyou. Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Robert W. Nelson, 22, son of to plot the ship's ." ( 4:32). -Rev. Y.W. KIdd, pastor.CONGREGATIONAL .
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Nelson position.equipment One Ephesians should read: this passage r------ == 7= ==: ===== '
Starke and husband of the :; :;:! : -----1
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former Peggy A. Harman, After completing his 25,000 in Epheslans in its en- HOLINESS vvp! n':::RY;;:><: '$.:'::: '' ::: :.MY'M7JyY.U'Y:::,::: ::::::'::::::,:: ::::::::::: :::::::::::::?::!: :;i;:; ;:i:: :::::::;:!i ::!: iiiii:: :!:!!:! !:!!:::1iWit.: ":::1:1ti:} iMifttiitqfWri;: !!! : :
mile voyage Nelson will return tire context. In the midst of
CHURCH I I ::;""il
Is presently
Alexandria, Va., to Charleston In mid-De- the strongest Imaginable con- t
circling South America aboard for Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning I
cember demnation of sin appeal
an
the submarine USS Pickerel Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser ;Childhood PLEASURES ::11M::
forgiveness is asked by Paul. : :,:;:: : I
during Unltas XI operations. Private John K. Kite vice 6:00: p.m. Evening Worship.
Army It is to avoid the sins
an appeal
exercise Unitas Is Involving a combined the United naval Is assigned to Company E, of bitterness,wrath,anger,cla 7.prr.Thursday. night Prayer Meet IIII>:. II !ljII111: !! jll
10th Battalion 5th Brigade, in irrHti1t1 :
malice.It .
States and the major maritime the Training Center, Armor mour is also, evil a speaking prelude to and the warn 7:30 p.rn. ;:.,".'. '" .'w.' ",:;:::::::,:, :::::: :;' ::::::::::::::::!! :::::;:::::: i-i!::; :ii:::::: ::ii: : : ii:::{:_i:_::::: :::!::::: :!;

nations of South America.train-Par- (USATCA), Fort Knox, Ky. ing that to grant forgivenessmust Ivy Luke PastorNORTHSIDE

Ing ticipating in anti-submarine navies conduct and anti- He wIT!' spend' the next two not mean condoning sin BAPTIST "Even a child ia known by liia) doings, :
months learning the fundamental or lowering of one's moral CHURCH
aircraft warfare In the Atlan- skills of the soldier In to b, and whether it
"
tic Pacific and Carrlbean. standards.The Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45; whether his work pure,
,
Nelson has already visited day's modern action army-- Christian is to freely Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- ,
In Venezuela, Bra- firing live ammunition under forgive, pray for the wicked ning Worship, 6 p.m. Training It right.
major ports
simulated combat situations, and to do to those who I IA
good Union
7:30.
zil and Argentina. During the : has to glance at her child
mother only :
remainder of the four month learning protective measuresand despitefully use him, but he is ThursdayTeachers and Of- ",, ,*
first-aid for chemical biological not to join them in their sinful ficers Meeting, 6:30. Prayer if it is
: his is
cruise, which began August 1 and radioglcal attacksas 5 to know if play pure, or
In San Juan, Puerto Rico, he words and deeds Meeting 7:30.Edward: I
will visit Peru, Ecuador and well as being schooled in J.C. Brown Jr., Minister C, Harvey, pastor.ST. leading to mischief. Our rather in heaven :
the of modern arms.
use First Christian Church ..
'
Colombia. Following the completion of g& can as easily look on our hearts and Judge
Nelson, who was graduated Basic Training, Pvt. Kite, the BEULAH BAPTIST MARK'S EPISCOPAL ; ,
from Bradford County High son of Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Kite, HOMECOMINGHomecoming CHURCH, STARKE our ways. "A good man out of the good
School in 1965, attended St. of Starke, will receive at leastan Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd I iI t,' ,
Johns River Junior College prior additional eight weeks of will observed Sundays, 11 a.m. Morning Prayer -' ,; ;. 'rNi treasure, of the heart> bringeth forth good

to entering the Navy In October either advanced instruction or at Beulah Baptist Church in Clay 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. I t things: and an evil man out of the eiil ,
1967. He reported aboard on-the-Job training to qualify County on Sunday, Nov. 8, the -John M. Flynn, Rector. ,
the Pickerel, which is home- him in a specialized military 100th Anniversary of the I N treasure bringeth forth evil things."
ported in Charleston, S.C., In skill. Church. ,
Regular services will be held LAURA BAPliST CHURCH Seek the Lord in his house, so that

MADISON STREET at the morning hour, with lunchat Sunday School, 9:45" a.m.; I t your heart will be right with God, ,
BAPTIST CHURCH 1 p.m. There will be special Morning Worship, 11 artn..; Eve- ,
singing In the afternoon.All tolng Worship. 7:30: PIP'.'; Midweek -
KIRKCOURAGE Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning members, former mem- Bible Study, Wednesday.T:3Q '
Worship at 11; Training Union, bers, and friends are invited to ;,.
6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: ; help celebrate this occasion. :Be pjn.In church Sunday. I I II

Evening Worship, 7:30.: Rev. W B. Mercer, pastor f
MondayYouth Choir Prac- REVIVAL SERVICESAT 7 iC'r
tice, 7 p.m. PINE GROVE
TuesdayPrayer Group, GREATER BETHLEHEMFREE I jfiV I IA
VOTE 9:30: a.m. Mission Friends, Revival services will be held WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
Girls In Action, Acteens, 3:30 at Pine Grove Congregational rdA1I
Cor; 4sh & Chestnut. Sunday
p.m. RAs, 6:30.: Methodist Church Rai-
near
KIRK School 9:30: Morning Worship, .:
WednesdayPrayer Meet- ;
ford, November 1-7, each nightat
Ing, 7:30: p.m. Church Choir 7:30: ,' with Rev. Henry John- U; Luague, 4 p.m. Night Service, I ...rI
6 p.m.Rev.. Jasper Williams
NOV. 3 Practice, 8:30Denton: son evangelist.Rev. .

-- Sumrall, pastor. L.L. Griffls, pastor. pastor. t Pit" Chunk. / b Soft oppohirf/ anon In..1IIIs woiM bi tptwfint HII Iw.Wjt.. of HIi.h.. \\N 1 TIft

SMYRNA MISSIONARY I hi man and.il HIi"Arnold' .toi" ....to mowd to that'lovi of to.ki(hit."''gilbo',without .
BAPTIST CHURCH lhl., |rawidui I| in silo "bn *f toM fnimmwl or Mtiitir or woy ol "lilt will. 'lorifftruvno .z, g.
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services I mt"Itio rwkmrt( fuck wo ktU, w tm wilt" fcmitoWr" puiik.Thirtlora, ,nm' :. : '
: Sunday School, 10 a.m. from. a tiled,point ol(few,aria. ikouM. mpport Iho"" Owtik. for, lln' toko of Hn wtllaioI !::JeI
Preaching, II a.m. Training I I himull' mt M ,.....U,.hronl Hn... "howivtr."" ,.."Anon "'wU yphoU ond par.Udoolo p
-4 Union, 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- I I" !uw*> n>,nl"tmino. "*leis "Hw" hun.....,mans, \ Its' tfulh and disluiy, 'tta :
"- ..., ,... ship. 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. '/UlII..hKII. Ii...will ul...In*f 10,lea a.dud/ ol M. "QI d.",\'to'Y
--. ,;. -1. A Elder A.G. Flynn, pastor fottmxi Awfy SoMVt,,

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PINEHILL CONGREGATIONAL t____ ___ ___ __ __ __________ __
METHODIST CHURCH
f"J Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
,' ,;(;
BRADFORD
: '" vice 6 p.m. Evening Worship,
..b.'i'i '<\I.IJ( ;;' >'''; .. < 7:30: p.m. Wednesday night JEWELRYOfficial SUPPLIES Inc.
,. .. .ii'r :r.p J1 ,; 1' prayer meeting, 7:30: p.m. ABSTRACT CO. ,
; ... '
.Ii> t1 t/
...-'" '%. Rev. Neal Starling, pastor
"', :.'.... 1fI. ; ..,4i Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware
CHURCH OF GOD Better Service For Your
Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies
OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Title Problems
t. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
ing Worship, 11 a.m.Young Pea Abstracts
ple's Service, 6 p.m. Evange- 142 W. Call St. Starke
listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- Title Insurance "Check With Us First"
day Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. hone> 964.7064
Come and worship with us. 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 219 Washington St. 964-5270!)

-Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor. STARKE "66"

p LAWTEY CONGREGATIONAL SERVICE BRADFORD COUNTY
HOLINESS CHURCH
t Sunday School 9:45: a.m.;Mor- Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 TELEGRAPH
ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth
Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- Tire Truing 4g ., OFFICE: SUPPLIES:
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. ,
t. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Headlight Adjusting ;:t TYPEWRITERS

p.m.Rev. Brake Service c::> ADDING MACHINES
--. .
W.B. Chauncey,pastor -
Wheel Balance and

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PHUTOCOPIXIU' : ken $11.51N
STARKE Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 U / Take UM. drudftry out
:, of pork.LiGAL .
Mr -
.y Schedule for the First Bap- PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
tist Church for the week beginning 10151..
Sunday, Nov. 1, is: All Minor Repairs 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
Sunday7:30: a.m. Brother- PAYIUM4 KNVKLOnt
hood Meeting and Breakfast; 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100

9:45: a.m. Sunday School, 11

"I I can irrigate my grove a.m."Spiritual Morning Gifts Worship; 6:15,:Sermon p.m.: BRADFORD COUNTY *10 S. Temple Starke

Training Union, 7:30 ,Eve- FLORIDAEST
: p.m. TELEGRAPH
:?: ning. Worship. Sermon: "Win
in my dinner jacket. ning the Christian Fight.( OFFICE SUPPLIES
Monday, Nov. 2- 7 p.m.Dea- EDWARDSGrocery
cons Meeting, Youth Choir TYPEWRITERS

He doesnt dress formally to do it. but Larry Mciver can Practice.Tuesday, Nov. BapUstWo- ADDING MACHINES and Market ONTROL

put one inch of water on his grove 'in 12 hours comparedto men's Day of Prayer; 10:30 Groceries Meats Feed a
OIMMab;
CO
80 man-hours the old conventional method with no a.m., WMS Council Meeting,
worries during dry weather:' Thanks to his electric irriga- 11:15: a.m., Program; noon, PHOTOCOPIERS: from tl.Mto GAS AND OIL
Covered Dish Luncheon; 12:30 1415. Take lh e drydfwry out
tion system. Mciver saves plenty of time and money. Andif Jack and
Business Gladys
p.m., Meeting 3:30: of paper work.LBOAI. EdwardsU. :339
!) E.
he could-because an elec- Call St. Starke Fla.
he wanted to wear a tux. p.m. Junior Choir, Mission ,
tric system with automatic timer takes the sweat out Friends Girls In Action; 4:14: FORMS.FAVKOU. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE
p.m., Primary Choir, Girls In
of the job. PHONE
Action :114Y&LOPI' 964.5312
AcTeens. /
See your equipment dealer or call us. Even if you Wednesday, Nov. ., Inspections and Estimates

prefer to irrigate in your shirtsleeves. Family Night Supper;6:30p.m:
'1" Prayer Meeting and R.A.Meeting CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
; 7:15: p.m. Teachers and
) Officers Meeting 8:15 Owned Hy Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties
1=1=1 e1) Church Choir Practice.; : p.m., "Helping Our Members Live Better

"'0..0.. romn.itowl COMMMVPA Thursday, Nov. 57 p.m., Electrically"Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911IT
Church-wide Visitation.
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Announces New Cooperative :i. :( I"s" ., ,..'.I American Legion Sponsors ContestFor MVI Station

'1. J..'.'II II > ) 'High School Students Here Closed Saturdays caw

Effort To Finance Rural HomesThe fJtIl 1U& Bradford High School students at Northwest Missouri State ..- KIRKCOURAGE

supply of modern hous- have been Invited by American College, Maryvllle. Mo. The The county automotive vehicle -
ing In Bradford Alachua, and roved and funds made avail* Legion Post 56 to compete In American Legion will pay ex- Inspection station will be THE ORIGINAL CUSHION SHOESnociion. .
Clay Counties may be expanded: ; able by the FHA. Martha the 34th Annual National High penses of state winners as they closed on Saturdays due to a / N,1.. .lot AN61L1CALr(
through a new cooperative effort Families resldelng In com- By Sue McCain School Oratorical Contest, progress In national competition lack of business on that day,
with private Industry. It munities of 5,500 population or, Comity Extension to Post Oratorical according Titus said. Civil Defense Director Frank E. M. NORTON, SR.
was announced this week by under are eligible to apply for Home Economics Agent Chairman Bryce Titus. High school students, inter- Williams has announced. YOUR CHOI COUNtCLO VOTE
Albert C. Stevens, County Supervisor FHA loans. They must be unable The contest for local students ested In entering the 1971 com-
for the Farmers Home to obtain adequate credit EAT A GOOD BREAKFASTTO has been arranged with the full petition, will find complete Hours of the state, locatedoff STARK PLA 20"t
Administration rural credit from private sources.Approved START A GOOD DAY cooperation of school officials rules and contest Information Grand Street behind the KIRK
service of the U.S. Departmentof borrowers receive direct. : financing Eating a good breakfast is together with Mrs.Julie Fuller, at Room A-16, Bradford High new county courthouse, will be N. I BOX 154 PHONKi, B99.2O9I'
Agriculture. through FHA. a good start for the day. Stu- speech instructor; Mrs. Alice School, Mrs. Julie Fuller from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday NOV. 3
"Under the new program, "The first step for a prospective dies have shown that workers Brown, Department of English speech instructor. through Friday.
;
builders, developers, and others borrower Is to meet who tuck away a good meal and Mrs. Sheron McCartha sit
In the home building and with the FHA county supervisor before work get more done American and British Litera- - - -
financing fields can work directly to obtain detailed informa- than those who skip breakfastor -- ture Instructor.
with prospective borrowers tion about eligibility require eat a poor one. The subject to be used by
to 'package': applications ments for a loan and the type As die morning goes on the competing students must be on I : J ; r.
for rural housing loans," Mr. and cost of homes the agencycan hungry ones grow less efficient. some phase of the U.S. Constitution -
Stevens said. appropriately finance: ," After lunch: they do better fora emphasizing the dut-
He explained that the packager Stevens said. while; then they slow upagain. ies and obligations of a citizento : Chiles
will assemble reliable In general he explained, the the national government.The ]
Information on the applicant and family must lack decent, safe, What Is true for these work- oration must be the original i'LawtonI
the home he wants to buy, and sanitary housing, must be ers I Lt true for homemakers effort of the contestant, and
build, or Improve. This data unable to obtain credit from weight watchers, teenage girls must be from eight to ten min-
will be submitted on forms supplied other sources and must have and everyone else. Those who utes In delivery
through the FHA officeat sufficient Income to repay the eat a good breakfast have a "By participating in this contest .
-
412 N.E. 16th Ave., Gaines- loan, pay taxes and Insurance, better chance to do a day' our students will gain a J "The
Senator"On
ville. When Information about maintain th e house and meet work well than those who neg- deeper understanding of the Walking
the building and applicant Is other living expenses. Family lect breakfast Children are Constitution." Titus said "At
complete, the loan can be ap- Income, however, may not exceed more likely to do well In studies the same time, they will have
FHA. limits established by the and games.A the opportunity of winning national -, ,J ; His Walk Through Florida, Lawton Chiles
recognition: and a valuable
JacksonvilleBusiness J The County Supervisor said TEST OF A GOOD university scholarship." Walked His Way Right Into The Hearts Of The
loans may be made to farm BREAKFAST In addition to awards earnedby
owners, nonfarm tract owners, of 1
Here's a 3-polnt test a winners in preliminary com
Of Florida.
rural residents, or nonrural I People
good breakfast: petition, university scholarships .1
residents with low to moder- 0) It gives protein, vitamins -
you
of$8,000, $5,000, $3,000,
ate Incomes who work In a rur- and minerals materials and $2,000 will go to the first t "' His Obvious Sincerity And Dedication, Along With
al area. The home may be needed to build and repair through fourth places in the
on a farm, In open country, the body and to help keep national finals. Each i state win- ; His Legislative Experience, Make Him The Type
or In towns under 5,500 POP- you healthy. ner who participates In the regional -
Directory ulation that are rural In char- Ct) It provides fuel for body contest will receive a Man We Need As Our Voice Washington.
acter and not adjacent to
an $500
(3)ItIt.tastes scholarship. The top four
urban area. good.
winners of all elimination
"Each packager should un- A doughnuts and coffee: rounds will vie in the 1971
Auto Sales and Service derstand that final action can- breakfast falls the test on Point National Finals on April 29
not be taken on applications "The fine support I received in Brad-
I.A
tll all required Information has '
Parrish MotorsSALES been submitted to FHA, the breakfast fruit goes Julce-and-coffee only part: way' a little fat over low heat stir- ) ford County in the First and Second

applicant Is Interviewed by the :toward Point I. It's short on ring constantly, until as firmas Primaries helped give the Democratic
me ;
County Supervisor and any required Point 2 also. Between supper you like it
SERVICE supplementary informa- and breakfast there's at least Broil or fry tomatoesredor nomination for U.S. Senate. I am
cfJ( green--and serve with ba-
PARTS tion has been obtained, Ste- a 10-hour stretch. Breakfast '
vens pointed out. should provide Its share of con. taking this means of saying Thank You

Always Good Used Can ing A the 36-page program manual Is now explain-avail energy There's foods.no hard-and-fast rule Take a tip from New Englandand for your past support, and ask that you

121 Laura St. Ph. 358-51h able at the local office. one how big a good breakfast have Saturday night's baked to the polls again on November 3 and
The FHA rural housing program should be. But for most people beans for Sunday morning. go
totals $1.5 billion In fiscal and particularly for children perhaps with codfish: cakes and vote for LAWTON CHILFS for U.S.
ELECTRIC MOTORS 1971, and will finance about It- Is sound planning to brown bread.
125,000 units. The total In 1972 have at least one-fourth of the Chop cold potatoes and heat Senator.
PEAVY Brothers Is expected to reach 200,000 days' food at breakfast and to in a little fat, then scramble

units Include a good source of pro- them Brown with slices eggs.of leftover oat- '"I 1 have pledged not to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to get elected, so
Electric Co., The County Supervisor noted tein, such: as eggs, meat, or
that James V. Smith, FHA ad- milk. meal, cornmeal mush, or other In order for me to be your voice in the U. S. Senate I urgehtly need your help
cooked cereal In little
a fat.
Electric Motors ministrator has expressed
'
confidence that this new pro- SOMETHING DIFFERENTFOR To slice and brown well, the and your vote on' NOVEMBER 3.
Sold Serviced Repaired gram will help smooth the way BREAKFAST cereal must be thick and cold. Sincerely I ,
Generators Starters Armatur for applicants and move more Most folks like a change now Split leftover rolls, biscuits, ... PO
Rewinding. rapidly toward the national goal and again. Here are a few muffins, or cornbread: and toastIn Meet the walking Senator; r -
4044 Lenox Jax. 387-2528 of) adequate housing for every ways to get variety-and maybe the oven. Or put crisp brown
in Starke from -4 I
ramlly In rural America. surprises--Into breakfast bacon between halves of toasted L ) p.m. b
PIANOS A. Mix fruits berries with rolls. to today ( Thursday, Oct 29)) }
sliced peaches, for instance, Use stale bread to make an

YAMAHA PIANOS NEWS ABOUTSERVICE or sliced for bananas with oranges bread old favorite In a mixture french of toast.egg and Dip ,e
of
change flavor,
CONN and KIMIIALI
and when you haven't enough milk or egg and tomato Juice.
ORGANS of one kind to go around.To Brown carefully In a little fat. Lawton Chiles
MEN add Interest to cereals, Saute chicken livers and serveon
toast. Crisp bacon
top with favorite fruits. can be
fresh In season, or frozen, used as a garnish.
r r canned or dried. Fruits go weU For this and other Information
with both hot and ready-to- we would like to offer For U. S. SENATE
Ar.../ Private First Class eat cereals ;you the bulletin Entitled "EATA
Norman L. Redding Jr., 21, GOOD BREAKFAST TO Democratic
whose parents live at 1350 Sprlzibeegbakedratedcheescoembiover START A GOOD DAY." Please

Blanding St., Starke, recently with scrambled eggs for a different call 964-6554 or write to P.O.

KIMBALL ORGANS"SWINGER" puter completed repair a course fire control at the Army com- Scramble flavor eggs treat.with tomatoes. Box 267, Starke, Florida 32091. Lawton Chiles Will Vole For You!

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During the 13-week course, tomatoes. Season and cook In Paper, Notebook Fillers.Bradford _
,WESTERN STORE Pfe. Redding was trained In County Telegraph.
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LITTLE DUDE automatic computer.
lie entered the army In January -
1970 and was last stationed -
Western Store at Redstone Arsenal,Ala
He received a B.S. Degree It's Time For A Change!
Western Clothing, Learner at the University of TampaIn ,
good, Saddled and ..TraUenCharlu 1969.
& Sharon'Patty His wife, Mary Lou lives
sot: S.. Bdgewood! 384-11 on Route 1, Starke.

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l George, 'VV.i-liingtou. fell for tile Windsor ;:-1s

chair. He thought it so comfortable he
'4r 5' .: promptl ordered thirty for his veranda 4 If* time we have a Governor who It's time we have Askew for Governor .

at :Mountemon.. From garden the American 1.1f. will stand up for the people against who stands strong against In sid.apedI
Wil1l or quickly moved indoors be. I
'.gt.: cause" eteijone loved its looks as well a'. h;,-, Interest. ers, hangers-on, bossism, and. spec-

its comfort. n7 Ws time we have Askew for Gover Interests.
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nor who stood firm against the Legislative I
It's time we have Askew for Governor
) Pay Ral...
who brings to the voter a man

.: J:' Ifs time wo have Askew for Goverdidicated to clean, honest efficient

nor who stood firm against the $3.00 government. Askew is a man who

J Cane Pole Fishing Bill. talks the same in every section of MEET YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR

Winder chain
Florida.
11 ;.. It's time we have Askew for Governor -

whose tax would JOIN THE MOTORCADE
rt t program Ifs time the voters stand up for As-

hc You can see Windsor chair in the paint. i1J give tax relief to the "average" kew like he stands up for them. TO DEMOCRATIC RALLY
for independenceon
ft<> ins!: of Congress voting ;go. taxpayer.
4, 1776. Historian are still argue
on July -:
; ing shout its origin the same chair' we AND FREE CHICKEN SUPPER
today i is the chair George ashing-
Ji ton enjoy bragged about! f LAKE CITY ARMORY
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1 TE TOM ADAMS, LT. GOVERNOR Motorcade will form at Starke Plaza

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; 'r' FHA Members Scouts AttendEncampment ; _. DemocratsSet Cancer Fund i

\ ;' Will Attend ... MotorcadeTo 7010-05

j t,, District Meet At Silver SpringsFourteen r $3,435 GoalReached

(\, Lake CityA 666

f,1., The Bradford High School Scouts from Troop HereThe tok
Chapter of Future Homemakers 70 with Don Hardenbrook
\ of America will attend their leader, attended the 14th annual motorcade will leave Starkeat
'. first district meeting on Saturday Ross Allen Encampment at Silver 4:30 jun. today (Thursday) $3,435 goal of the 1970 don, and Mrs. Joan (Chltty)
Nov. 14, In the Lake City Springs from Friday to to attend a Democratic Rally Cancer Crusade has been Hurst.Named co-chairmen of the
reached by Bradford Countyit
Sunday. and free chicken to be
civic auditorium from 8:30: a.m. supper Bri-
: Crusade were
1971 Cancer
Bill Gay, announced last Thursday
Attending were was -
held at the National Guard armory -
to 12: 30 p.m. The theme Life"and will James and Victor Grlffls, Mike A in Lake City; starting at Oct. 22, by the Bradford an Hamilton and Gus Kouelou-
be, "Stable Home--Stable The '71 Crusade will take
and Tim Crews, Glen Mulllns 1 6 o'clock. Cancer Society.; sos. kIRkCOURAGE
"Our" World--A Growing Louis Cooper, Steve and Ken Democratic candidate for The goal was reached and place over a two week period
Heritage. Fuqua, William McKinney, Phi- Governor, Reubln Askew, and several additional donations next spring. The '71 goal will
lead lip Brown, Len Moore, Drew J Democratic nominee for U.S. have been received, said Lillian be slightly higher than the
The local chapter will at the Barry and Mark Hardenbrook. Seantor Lawton Chiles, are Stump, who headed the $3,435 raised this year. Miss
of Allegiance
the
Pledge
Cancer Society in 1970. Rev. Stump says.
the top party candidates
beginning of the program, and among President-elect of the Can-
De Witt T. Farabee pastorof
scheduled to speak at the rally.
members will be seated according All Democratic nominees have the First United Methodist cer Society is Rev. Farabee.
to their zodiac signs. -- Receiving gold keys for their VOTE
Church, beaded the 1970 drive.
been Invited to attend and are
Karen Garst, who Is In the XII the emphasis has beenon Miss Stump congratulatedRev. work with the Society were Miss
9th grade and who holds the office State Officers Welcomed. expected to appear. Stump, Mrs. Hurst, and Rev.
of FHA Chapter Historian, artificial( grass, w"ichdoean" The motorcade will form at Farabee and others who IIHK',
require mowing. Right 4:15: In the Starke Plaza park- assisted In the fund drive.They Farabee.
office of
for the
is running
District 3 Reporter. If she now, we'd rather, think about At FFA Training School HereJim Ing lot, and depart for Lake Included Mrs Gladys Pierce The announcements made at the and annual awards NOV. 3
were
Mrs. Faye Andrews Mrs. Ar-
should win the election, her artificial} tree with the leavesbetted City; at 4:30. The public Is luncheon of the Society; last
lin McKnlght.Mrs. Joyce Ri-
Invited to Join the and
duties will Include both thoseof on. Alvarez (right), of BHS, left are: Mike Johnson,of Bush- attend the rally. group herd, Mrs. Louise Kite, secretary Thursday In the Garden Res-
secretary and historian. District IV president of Future nell, State Secretary;Robert. ; Mrs. Barbara Rear- aurant.
Farmers of America,welcomes Hinton, SydneyState President;
State officers to the Leadership and Jim Richardson, High
Training School held lastSatur- Springs, 1st Vice President.
day morning in Starke.. From More than 90 FFA members
from chapters In District IV
Tips Given attended the Training School
which got under way at 9 a.m.
On MailingFor at Bradford! High School. After ? IDA CAN'T WAIT
Christmas leadership Instruction In every-
v ,
q thing from etiquette to proper
Postmaster T.C. Hazen, Jr. dress, .members and their
how Advisors were divided Into work
today listed six tips on
residents of Bradford Countycan groups In letter writings,record
keeping, and other officer
help meet tight Christmas
budgets this year by careful duties.
v mailing of cards and parcels.
For the most efficient mailing suit if rewrapping were required -
n f Hazen suggested the following In transit. MORE YEARS"Reubin !'
steps: 4. Insure parcels realistically
1. For servicemen overseas- to cover full value but do not
11 t'I "SAM" (Space Available Mall). overlnsure. A $10 gift for example -
1 Christmas parcels can be sent can bring only] $10 com-
{ .'... ,< until November 20 for only the pensation, If lost, even if insured -
$''ti"-4"; small domestic parcel post for $100.
:f .1i1:;'%.:."";"f: <. ) charge Involved from Starketo 5. Get plenty of stamps on
,* t.K" East or West Coast points your first trip to the post office -
''tm: ; '";": ,"'"4..">!-' <''''' '"','. malL Parcels up to 5 pounds of additional trips.
.
,' ; <,.< ,<:;.'. 60 Inches In combined length
;r."y, ,i"!' and ,.
.."','f'',' It'i', .!'>...,'f/. '" ... .',',,6a and girth are accepted at this 6. Use ZIP Code as a tool
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3 1N,5'dKt.d: .r' .;' low rate. for economy In mailing. Whenit Y
'I' }:, {" '?) (! (.'.tJ l/-\?.; ; 2. Larger parcels (up to 30 Is used consistently on par- ; .i.
: the same length cels and cards ZIP Code helps) -. ; ;
i""" 'and girth limitations) can be prevent errors In delivery and 2 rVj
sent as "PAL" (Parcel Air- axpedlte handling. If only a
Sen.BOBSAUNDERSendorses lift) mall, provided they are few Christmas cards astray,
mailed by November 27. The an investment of.several dollars -
charge Is only $1 per parcel. may be lost, for example. I
plus the regular domestic par- ,
cel post postagemuch less "The key to efficient Christ-
than charges that would apply nas mailing,"Hazen comment fc i I aT S 1 ,
BOB SHEVIN later if straight airmail ser- ad. Is to mail early and care- NI a n
vice must be provided. fully. Clear addressing, with
3. For all packaging Investin the ZIP codes, proper pack-
for Attorney General.Pd. good Quality; sturdy wrapping aging and early depositing can I
materials. This small investment prevent most problems and pro-
can Insure undamaged vide the greatest value for mon-
( Political Adv.) delivery of valuable gifts and ey spent for postage.
prevent delays which might re-

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ASKEW Tom ADAMS



For Governor Lieut. Governor

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Joe Ripley Is A Man Of Many Interests. H.'. A Family Man With A Wife

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And Three Children. H.'s A Third Generation North.ast Florida Resident.He .

Knows ,The. 17th District. Joe Ripley Graduated From The University Of THE DEMOCRATIC TEAM

Florida In 1962 With A Degree In Law. Joe Is A Businessman. A Proven. FOR FLORIDA'S FUTURE

Successful Lawy.r And Judge, He Is President And Director Of Hlers Inc., 4 ,

A Redi-Mlx Concrete And Block Company In Nassau County. Joe Ripley

Knows Business. The 17th District Is Big Business.. Joe Ripley. A Civic TOM O'MALLEY DICK STONE FRED O. DICKINSONSTATE

TREASURER SECY. OF STATE
Leader. He Served As President Of The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club, COMPTROLLER


Is Chapter Chairman Of The Nassau Co. Red Cross, On The Board Of ROBT. L. SHEVIN FLOYD CHRISTIAN WM. H. BEVIS I

Trustees Of Florida Junior College Of Jacksonville. What Kind* Of ManIs ATTORNEY GENERAL COMM. OF EDUCAITON PUB. SERV. COM. I

Joe Ripley? The Kind Of Man Who Left His Firm During The 1968'

Teachers Strike To Teach School. Thats What Kind Of Man Joe Ripley Is.

All Man. The Kind Of Man The 17th Needs.Quallffications? Joe RipleyHas WAYNE GILBERT S.


Them. And He Has The Hard Hitting Integrity And Stamina For Hollingsworth (GIB) BROWNFOR :..

Effective Representation. FOR


Vote The Man Because REPRESENTATIVEDIST. CLERK
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Joe Ripley Means EducationJoe


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STARKE RACEWAY ..MI-,,-a6',
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Quarter bone racing will reopen -
at Starke Raceway Sunday. ommunityNews
Nov. 1, at 2 pan. on US-301 y
south of Starke, according to E- BlMchardCHURCH

Van Prescott "r r .. .. ...
Admission 1* free.Everyone
is invited. ACTIVITIES
Grace United Methodist: Sun-'
day School 9:43: : a.m.; Wor-

1 FLORIDA ship services MYF 6:30 11 a.m.Cbolr and 7:30 By Elizabeth Given Walker I
THEATRESTARKE p.m.; ; practice
Wednesday 6:30,'followedby
prayer service 7:30 pjn. RECREATION NEWS the pastor and congregation
FLA. First Baptist: Sunday School As .time Is near for game go to Lake City; to render service -
9:45: ajn.; Worship services participation the Falcons are at Duncan Chapel Free
11 aun. and 7:30 p.m. TrainIng asked to remember the prac- Will Baptist church. Saturday
Union 6:30 p.m.; !Midweek tice sessions each Monday Oct. 31, the Senior Choir will
FRL-SAT.-SUN. OCT 30-31-NOV1 meetings Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Wednesday and Thursday night. sponsor their annual Hallowe'en
Church of Cod:Sunday School All participants are asked to carnival beginning at 7 p.m.
DOUBLE FEATURE 10 a.m.; Worship services U bring tennis shoes and shorts. No admission. Refreshments
mm. and 7:30pm.YPEThura- Practice session are held In will be sold. There will be a
a7wnemnuts! day RJE Gym. The center hours are prize for the tackiest person.
lEE CLINT HHig 3tBaptist: Sunday 4-6:30:: Monday through Friday, Sunday School at 9:30: morn-
School 9:45 a.m.. Worship services 8-11 Friday and Saturday. ing services at 11.Evening service -
MARVIN EASTWOOD 11 aun. and 7 p.m.; Prayer Persons Interested In attending 6 p.m. The pastor officers : 00 H
JEAN meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. adult classes may regIster and members are grate-
SEBERG followed by choir practice. The to attend at the Vo-Tech ful for the success of the Men's
pastor Rev. Raymond Caudlll. School or RJE Monday and Wednesday Day activity
and Mrs. Caudill and a group night at RYE and Tues- Rev C.E Jenkins pastor.
mwrvDURWAGON sftHtfWAISIDN of members of the Highland day and Thursday nights at Sunday School, 10 a.m. Love-
Baptist Church went to the Baptist the Vo-Tech. Call 964-6105 for feast service at 11. Communion MAY WE
aodehmradkeMeboelr.tmr4Ip' ,, Church In Valdosta Go. Information. will be given In the 6
N. to bear the famed speaker. Dr. p.m. services. The third Sunday GENTLY REMIND
HARVEFRESNELL S= YOU
SS5KS
: ron Ray Rice last Friday night. NAACP MEETINGThe will end a conference year.
_.....AAIANIAYIERNER Alt-.hAMQd. ,IOSHUMOGAN. ( Bradford-Union NAACP The Annual Conference will
.fREDfRj(1OEWE'\ (( .b4M.i. ._..ANDIIEmEVL w I .. I PERSONALSMr. branch will meet Tuesday night convene In Palatka :Tuesday after OF OUR
oALANIAiTLERNER! dNa9oN JI01N1COUJ1t' AIPAtiaialtXJ : at Greater Bethlehem Free Will the third Sunday in Novem- LOW-COST
AUTO
and Mrs. Vernon Duck Baptist Church. LOANSWhen
3f Valdosta Ga.have announced
the arrival of a daughter Susan Ebenezer Baptist Church.BlMe your car acts up, see us for Instant relief.In .
Nlchole. on October: 17. Paternal class will be held Thurs- the long run our fast thrifty Auto Loans
grandparents are Mr. and lay (tonight).''Sunday School at ber.KIRK may cost less than you'd pay for repair bills.
Mrs.T.V. Duck. 9:45. Morning Worship at 10:45.:
a Mrs. Ernest Wells and Mrs. Evening worship at 6:30: with
T.L. Cllchrlst spent a few days the Junior Choir In charge of
with relatives In West Palm song services all day. Rev. FLORIDA"BANK H
Beach. Leroy Davis pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch Greater Bethlehem Free Will
and children and Mrs. Mamie Baptist Church: Rev. Jasper COURAGEVOTE
Futch recently visited Mr. and Williams pastor. Weekly cervices AT STARKE
Mrs. W.P. Smith and Mrs.Bau- : Monday night. Choir No.
lah Revels and their sister 1 rehearsal; Tuesday night us-
who lives In Miami,Mrs.Grady shers Board No. 2 and Choir Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
301 DRIVEINTHEATRE Lanalr. No. 3 will meet. Wednesday KIRK!
Mrs. A.D. Dobbs with Mr. night Prayer Meeting. Thurs-
and Mrs. Burnle Dobbs of Jacksonville day night, the Ladles Circle NOV. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
attended the funeralof will meet at Sister Sarah 3
STARKE FLA. Mr. Dobbs' brotherinlawJ.L. Prince's home. Friday night
Heath In Savannah. Go.

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FRI.-SAT. 30-31 Mrs. Selma Eunice has returned r---------------------------------,
OCTOBER from an extended visit I I I U.S. CHOICE I
with her daughter Mrs. Ben-
DOUBLE FEATURE ..... nett Green Mrs. Green and
children, and a tour of points SIRLOINSTEAK
The BUSH PILOT of Interest In Wa.nL...t7n, D.C. I CHUCK I ,
and New York. She was accompanied -
flys where even by her grandson I FOOD
Jimmie Eunice, who spent the
the EAGLE fearsin weekend with his parents here. /1 I 1 1

a land ruled the Mr.weekend and Mrs.In T.V.Columbus Duck,spent Ga. I ; ki ; I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vernon $109 FAIRSUPERMARKETS

by the Law of Duck and the new grandson.,, 1 ROAST 1 1 CDD 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett
I
the Fang and of MacvlUe were visiting Mr. I II--------------------1' : 1
Claw! and Mrs. Lee R. Green on Sun I FLORIDA GRADE'A I ;

GORDON:i EASTMAN G day.Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
.TICHNKOIO '_.TICNNHCOPf'NAMERICANINTERNATIDNALIUr' GasMns the latter part of the FRESH 1
1 *J| i FOOD FAIR I
her brothers-in-
'1970 American. International 1 Piety,...Inc. week law and were sisters:.Mr.and Mrs. .)4JAIIIY ,C- 1 wh.n Savings Count... /

PL as Earl land; Starling Mr. and and Mrs.son of Marshal Lake- USOEP'_ Of AICUIIUpe D 1 1 FRYERS i COUNT ON US! I

Mott and family of Brooken I 1 1 /
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dyalof i U S LB
ELVIS PRESLEY Macclenny. Also nieces and CHOICE I I LB 2 I WEDNESDAY PRICIS GOOD.NOVEMBIR THROUGH 4th../

MARY TYLER MOORE nephews: Mr. and Mrs. Blllle I / WHOLEBAGGED I quantity right ri.rvd.VIVA I
Menchue of Jacksonville, Mr. 1 I / C I I
HABIT'A
CHANCE OF and Mrs. Phill Rocky; and family I II / I

UMVtRSAl PICTURE TECHNICOLOR (J..u. of Fort Pierce.
Mr. and Mrs H.C. Kelly
were visiting Mrs. L.H. Futch
in Gainesville on Sunday. SLICED 1/4 CHUCK
SUNDAY-MONDAY NOVEMBER 1-2 Mrs. W.F. Moore spent the PORK LOINCHOPS
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
DOUBLE FEATURE S.D. Andrews and children In STEAK
Wildwood.
Mrs. Clara and children
!HE MIRISCH PHOflUCllUN COMPANY present.-. Redding -
of Wildwood were visitIng u Res /I t711a
SIDNEY I POITIER MARTIN LANDAU 1 the weekend.Mrs. D. R. Redding over

m A WALTER MIRISCH PRODUCTION Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders
went with Mr. and Mrs. James
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; phew, Ray Anders, In Jacksonville se.2TTTOWELS SWEETPOTATOES
MISTER TIBBS! on Saturday.Mr. & BEEF HASH ,
and Mrs. Dearl Brad- BEAHS IIP, CHKMIN Ofl SPANISH BEEF STEW
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r By GLORIA REDFEA1W% I MIKE CHITTy Coach Bayless says all the
Strickland who sparked the Indian -
Please Call 473-3288 or 473-4182
Helen. Egan boys were thrilled at getting attack by scoring three Xbi
Every Indian in the tribe got in on the game, especially a touchdowns. The next two
in on the action last Friday as game like this one. Naturally
came on a 5-yard run
scores
UH! earn a free week of camp dur- Keystone romped over the a great victory like this la
BIBLE: CLUB ROUND EASTERN STAR by Rick Wheeler, and a 10-yard
of courtesy was presented -
pagentry Maranatha Tigers, of Jacksonville terrific for team morale and
ing one school These clubs
Club year.
The New Life Bible TheOctober 20 meeting of to about 50 members. run by Mike Grace. Extra point
Round-Up will begin Tuesday, are sponsored by the Children'sBible the Keystone Heights OES Chap 65-0 In a great Homespirit.. attempts failed, and Keystoneled
As to the Rally, the theme
coming victory. Players were It would take a full length
Nov. 3, In the Rolling Chll- Mission, Inc. and are not Pa- 18-0 at the end of the first
denominational.Each ter was opened by Worthy will be "Americanism". A switched to nearly everY no*... book to cover all the action
dren'g Chapel, parked at Fred child should tron Gilbert Reed. Worthy Ma- roast beef dinner will be served tlon, Including six different of this game completely, so quarter. Steve Heptinstall took
Dodd', corner of Magnolia & bring a tron Jo Reed greeted the large the ball In on a 34-yard pass-
at noon, and a conducted tour Head Coach we'll the
Just highlights.
signed note from their quarterbacks, as recap
Pecan Sts. The Club meets for parent from Bobby Hurner, and
attendance of officers and members -
Home will be
of the Masonic got a chance to The first Indian Rick
school giving their consent to attend. Roy Bayless score came
one hour right after as they were to honor Wheeler ran in for 2 extra
each Tuesday. All children For further information call the Past Matrons and Patronsin on Keystone the program.Chapter was organ- try everyone out. on a 64-yard-romp by Ron points, making It 26-0 at half-

grades 1-6, are welcome.Bring 4734782. a special courtesy. Follow- ized In November 1959 thus time.
your Bible and a friend. HERE ing routine business of the making it about II years old After Ricky Parades added
N' THERE
Lota of new things are being Chapter, and announcements In which all but two of the another TD on a 13-yard run,
planned. There will be awards Mrs. Paley Boy has turned such as the Annual Rally Day worthy patrons were able to dot; ,.$, and Paul Lelno added 2 extra
for grades 1-3 to earn plusa from a trip to Panama City; of the Grand Chapter program be present. There were also points on a run, raising the
brand new "Mall Box Mem- to visit her son and family. for the Masonic and Eastern two affiliated Past Matrons, : icore to 34-0 at the end of s
ory Program" for 4th grade They brought her home and had Star Home In St. Petersburg, who belonged at time of service the third. The Indians explodedwith '
and up. Now your child can (Continued on Next Page) to be held on November 8, the to other chapters. These -31-. points l In the fourth -
quarter with 15 of those com-
ing In the last 30 seconds of the
ll8JJ1e.
Ron Strickland not only scored

RE-ELECT DEMOCRAT A. three touchdowns, but also \
kicked a field goal early In the
fourth quarter. Other scoring

: i :;'" ...,'; came by: Liston PIckeron(sec-
:i__ .t\.t00 ,;.. ond string quarterback, who
scored two touchdowns) on a
70, .... 5-yard run, with Strickland ad-
Saunders dinar! the kick: PIckeron scored
ELBERT D. Il'w his second TD on a 4fard.run, nV

: Strickland added the kick again;
r Strickland picked off an inter-
,w ;, ception and scampered 30 yardsto
r score, and Heptinstall took a

County Commissioner Dist 2 Clay County : 5 pass points 65-0.from; for Hurner a final for score 2 more of


_..._.. _' _'_,., .. The offense was led by Ron
Strickland who tallied 23 points 7k
along with Liston PIckeron..who
Homecoming QueenPretty had 12. The tough Keystone
defense held the Tigers to
10 yard rushing, and only 18
EXPERIENCED Coree Welmer M. Sgt. and Mrs. W. E. yards passing.

EFFICIENTCONSCIENTIOUS KHS senior, was elected Weimer o f Key.*tone A beautiful half-time show 1
1970 Homecoming Queen. Heights. Coree has alt end- was topped off by the crowningof \r

She Is the daughter of ed KHS since the 11th Miss Coree Welmer as
grade. Homecoming Queen for 1970.
Her attendants were: Senior
Class, Lynn Henderson; JunIor -
honored matrons were included Christmas Bazaar Class, Connie Hargrave;

HONEST at time rf service to other Planned By Sophomore, Stephanie Bannister -
chapters. These honored ma- ; Freshman,. Cindy Fowler. STATISTICSKH
trons were Included In the Garden ClubThe Congratulations to these five
courtest, Mrs. Elizabeth Him- lovely young ladles! MAR.
ble and Mrs. Janet Haynor. The Indians will face Bran-
First D. 7 2
Past Patron Ralph Crawford October 22 meeting of ford tonight (Thursday). Thisis Rushing Yds 223 10
who was the Patronat Garden Club of the Lakes was the team that surprised many Yds
Passing 115 18
time of Instituting In 1959 held at the Keystone Heights people last week when they defeated PC-PA-PI 3-5-0 5-21-2
and constituting in 1960, who hall. Floral
city decorations Trenton 24-0, so we Fumbles 2 1
now lives at Ponte Vedra Beach, were provided by Mrs. Robert should see another fine contest Y ds. Penal. 50 60
had planned to be present, but Dodd, and co-hostesses were tonight In Branford.
I Will Continue To Serve All The People Of Clay County his wife Mabel was recuperating Mrs. Emery Cooper, Mrs.L.E. Punts 1-34 5-16
from major surgery and Roberts, Mrs. Roy Bridges, while the past patrons were 1))
TOUCHDOWNSKeystone
he did not feel able to and Mrs. A.J. Quagliano. In gold.In :
Ron Strickland on 64 yard ,
leave her. During the business session, order of their years as run
Doer Friends : When Worthy Matron Jo Reed plans for the Christmas Ba- Worthy Matrons and Patrons, 2)3)) Steve Rick Wheeler Heptinstall on 5 yard 34 run,
and Associate Matron, Mattye those honored were Mrs. Bea- on yard
; zaar Workshop to be held Nov. 4) Mike Grace 10
Lee KIngsbury plan a courtesywith 19 discussed. Several trice Schroeder, 1960-1961 (On pass, on yard
For the were ;
pest four I have 5) Ricky Parades 13
run,
years been your County Commissioner from the on
help of other officers, members plan to attend the absentia, Ralph Crawford, 60-
District 2. I am now seeking re-election it is an and 61)) Ernestine Eisenacker yard run, 6) Liston PIckeron
booed upon my record as outstanding color- workshop for the Miami Con- Mrs. on 5 yard 7)) Ron Strick-
run,
County Commissionsr.I ful event. The half Circle of vention at Jacksonville on Oct. 1962; Azzle Williams 1962- land 30
past matrons and patrons stood 26. Mrs. Michael Falkel and 1965; Mrs. Phyllis, C. Hussey, on 8)) Ron pass Strickland interception
return
in the West facing the Worthy Mrs. Jay W. Ellis were wel- 1963; Mrs. Bertha Ward, 1964, on
6 9))
Liston PIckeron
feel that government should only do for the people those things Matron and Worthy Patron.Associate comed to the club as new mem with Leamon Ward; Mrs. Edy- yard 4 run,
on yard
which the people cannot do as well for themselves. In the peat Conductress, Jackie bers. the Nicholson, 1965;Dorothy and run.
four have Weeks presented each of the Ed Allen of the U.S. Exten- Floyd C. Koons 1966; Gerald-
years w3 Scoring by
seen tremendous
a influx of people into quarterKH -
our sion Service gave an Interesting Ine Jackson, 1967; Paddy GIl-
18 8 81865
county. Clay County is one of the fastest growing countieo in the and informative talk on rie, 1968; Hecton L. Ownbey, Mon-000- 00

State of Florida but this influx has placed additional burdens FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Thinking Together," discussing 1967-1968' ; Grace and Winton
upon the uses of pesticides Keeth, 1969 Elizabeth Hlmble,
your Board of County Commissioners KEYSTONE HEIGHTS as ;
end all elected officors in our tools or weapons and the problems 1921 and Janet Hayner, 1954.
county. Tha services required and needed have boon greatly increased Pastor: Rev.Lawrence Carroll of air, soil and water pol Louise Perry, affiliated, was

due to the population explosion. Governmental expenditures are to a Sunday School 9:45: a.m. lution. W.M. In an out-of-town chapter .
large degree in proportion to the people served. Morning Worship 11 a.m.Church 1951. She now lives In Lakeland KIRKCOURAGE
Training 6:30 p.m. Evening ofl1cer.with a large cardboard and was unable to attend.
Although this chapter Is only
Worship 7:30 p.m. star each in a Jeweled colorof
During the past four years, I have supported the following: Monday, 7 p.m. Youth Music the emblematic Star of the 11 years old, many members
Group (Meeting in the home of Order. On back was a number have affiliated from other chapters
Mrs. Jo Reed) some now reaching 50
1) The and as each number
called
construction of the new Cley County Public Library. Tuesday, 3:15: p.m. Girls InAction the Narrator, W.M.was Jo Reed, years of continuous service in
2) The providing of facilities and personnel for the Federal Commodity (Ages 6-11)) gave instruction as where to the OES order. Mrs. Dorothy I VOTE

Distribution Program which has provided food for families Wednesday, 7 p.m. Prayer stand In the center around the Koons P.M. was so honoredand
needy Meeting 8 Adult Choir presented with a special
and p.m. altar and Star Points. An
avorages feeding around 2,000 people per month. Wa have Rehearsal was given each one,order to- citation and certificate,and will KIRK

distributed over 380000.00 commodities since the program began, Thursday, 10:00: 3:00: Vlsl- which their reply was in keepIng receive the 50-year pin at next
at a very small cost to the county. talon 3:15: p.m. Acteens (Girls, with the Order. After the meeting. W.M. Joe Reed pinned NOV. 3
12-18) a pink camellia corsage, fash-
7 Deacon'sVisitation
ages p.m.
3) Ida emsemblage
have constructed almost thirty miles of secondary roads and W.M. Jo Reed was spoke complete that Bea, ioned by Irene Williams and

bond roads in the past four years. I have fought for the four Our Pastor, who Is the DIr- Schoeder P.M., and Mother

laning of U.S. 17 to Green Cove Springs from the Duval County line. ector of Training\ in the New of the Chapter, as first Worthy
This should be River Baptist Association and Matron, was the giver of
completed within the next two years. We have cooper- Rev. W.A. Hogan who Is the die Jeweled emblematic pins
Jh
ated with the municipalities and helped them construct many streets Chairman of Evangelism for each Star Point wears at Chap : \ A, D 14 tlT

in their cities. Every month we maintain over six hundred miles of the Association, have decidedto ter meetings. In consideration 10b
combine the annual 'M'Nlght :
dirt road. of their faithful service, their JiGSTPo"Hiway
*4)) The and a rally for the forthcoming continued attendance and active
construction of a new Courthouse and Jail which should be com- James Robison Evangelistic participation In most all of

pleted within the next three years. It is my hope that all county Crusade. the programs of the Chapter,
This will be held In auditorium
offices will be located our each honored guest was pre-
in
the
Courthouse rather than have offices on December 7th with sented with a miniature floral -
in many locations. all the churches In the Association rocking chair In the chosen 21 North Keystone, Ilts.

participating. The speakerfor colors of recipient.W.M.
Our legislative the occasion will be Rev. Jo Reed in presenting these, Barbecue
Steaks Fresh
delegation advised Board that -- Seafood
your the large counties T.D. Hall, outstanding evangelist reminded them that the chair
would probably attempt to take the race track funds away from Clay and former pastor, who Is was filled with flowers, as she Buffet Lunch Daily
County. The construction of a new Courthouse and now associated with the James felt that they were not leaving
Jail
wa determined it would be better to being necessary Roblson Evangelists Association the active work, and resorting Dining Room Open. 7 a.m.12 p.m.
pledge these funds for this con- as coordinator. We to a rocking chair. The past
struction rather than lose it. The race track funds went into tho Gen expect an attendance of over patrons chairs were In white, For Take-Out Orders Call Ole AI 473.9620

eral Revenue Fund end this had to be made up by increases in ad valorem 500.A. word about Acteens this
pees, but we saved the
citizens of Clay County over 200.000.00 per week. Acteens Is for
ar for thirty years which '' in the between
amounts to $ 6.000.000.00 girls area the -
ages of 12 and 18, who meetat Vote
and Elect
These additional the home of Mrs. Lynda
services have necessitated alight increases in taxa- Meyers on Thursday after-

tion, and being a taxpayer myself I have always insured that for every noons after school. A new pro-
dollar spent the for this called"Stu- C. S. "Pete"
value. taxpayers of Clay County received a dollars worth of gram dJact"/ designed year to guide girls Herzer

as they develop their skills
and abilities over and above County Comm.

I have been a full time County Commissioner and I submit that that which they experience In a
my experi. )
The four levels of
once from group. District 2REPUBLICAN
having
served
as your County Commissioner better qualifies me achievement In Studlact are
to understand the complex problems of our county. Queen, Queen with a Scepter, ( )
Queen Regent and Queen Regent -
I would like to thank In Service. The activities
each
of
you for permitting me to serve as your to be completed are in four

c County Commissioner for the past four years, end ask now for your continued categories; Mission Study,Mission TIME FOR A CHANGEFind
support in the Mission Supportand
Action
general election on November 3, 1970. I promise

you that I will continue to serve all the people of Clay County. A Mission considerable Organization.amout of it hard to stretch your dollars these days?.

Bible study and memory workis It will be harder after you get your next county

With kindest regards I am also required required and to the be girls able are to tax bill for which your present DIST. 2

Very truly yours explain what the Scripture COMMISSIONER VOTED.It's .

verses mean, and why they

-,Lt Wt{) J&
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Elbert D. Saunders ing Acteens may contact Mrs. pay for.

(Paid for by Elbert 0. Saunders Treasurer) Meyers at 473-4700.
,, Campaign ( Pol
Next week, a word about adv paid foz by fete Herzer )
Girls in Action (axes 6-11).


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I and stand uo for Christ and Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. dren about the Bible. DUPLICATE BRIDGE
United States" Benny Davl Come early and enjoy Tea at MELROSE---- -- The Melrose Action Committee Duplicate Bridge winners last
Keystone Hilites succeeded Mr. Eklund at the the Nutcrackers Suite on the ---- will meet Tuesday, Nov. 3, week were: Tuesday-1 Mrs. Val
Church and was .th5 guest stage( overlooking the display at 7:30 p.m. In the Public Li Givens and Mr!. C.V. Home,
speaker, with four of his students In' the Holiday Shop "Winter's By Joyoe B..we brary. Plana for the Flea Mar- lit place) Mrs. Raymond: Crab-
(From Preceding Page) fortheprogram.) Reworks Wonderland." The handiwork ket, which will be held Satur- tree and i Mrs. F.G. Helrlck,
held at the lakefront home of with Junior High School stu- artistry, "The Babes In Toy- A big welcome to Mr. and InlnterlachenSaturday.,Oct. day, Nov. 7, at the Parish Mrs. W.J. GroIIck and Mrs
Mrs.
a family reunion with Mr. and Lake Thomas last Thursday.Garnar Mrs.of Swan John dlnts, some who have lost their land;" the skills in Arts and Mrs. BIU Bracewell and three 31, so If :you haven't takenyour House, will be discussed. C.P. HeptJnstall. tied for 2nd
Mrs. Troy McGuire the "MoonIs who have Just moved here *
of Gaines- Ruffini way, but through Judo and a Crafts, and when sons children to one of the place) ; Mrs. A.V. Bannister and
co-hosted the occasion.
ville, granddaughter at the Patio Shop from Gainesville. Mrs.Brace- WOMAN'S CLUB
of Mrs. work experience program has Blue, other carnivals, this is the MELROSE Mrs C.W. Hardy Mrs Donald
Boyd here for the Mrs. Abels and Mrs. Ferguson's Girls in the Kitchen well Is the former Barbara Woman's Club
reunion. accomplished) much In saving or the last chance. Too bad Melroseno The Melrose Asks and Mrs. Mike Falkel
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gal- ferred by husbands the DuPont were Co.trans-from lives for Christ. Mr. Davis Is a Booth who have fashioned such Pridgeon and attended Melrose longer holds Halloween Car- met Wednesday.Mrs.R.P.Vogh tied for 3rd place; Mrs. Albert -
lop have returned from a visitto Deacon in the Baptist Church enticing articles, or stop by High School. nivals. gave a talk about her recent Bachmann and Miss Iva
the mountains. While away Jacksonville stone. Yellow, chrysanthemums Term to Key- he has the black belt of the art the Tupperware lady and last Also a big welcome to Mr. There will be a Bazaar at trip to the Orient. She snowed Hlllyer 4th place.
they were in Gatlinburg amflU- and candles were used on the of Judo, but his personality and but not least the White Ele- and Mrs. Lane and son who the Community Church In Keystone slides as she told about her Thursday night- Mrs. C.W.
wassee among other places. refreshment table. Approxi- teaching in religious work has phants that have that uncertain have moved here from Waldo. Friday, Nov. 6, from Journey. Hardy and Miss Iva Hi lyer,
Also home from a stay in the 20 attended.Co. produced remarkable results. charm. Luncheon will be served They live in a mobile home 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.) Luncheon Hostesses for the meeting 1st place; Mrs A.V. Bannister -
mately guests
mountains are Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Ches- For example, of 20 drop-outs, between 11:301:30, but should on Quail Street.Be will be served from 11 a.m. were: Mrs. Helen Whltton.Mrs. and Mrs. W.J. Grolick, 2nd
E.A. Rushton. sington Mr. and Mrs. Quentin working together, 17 had perfect you find the "Sugar Plum Shop" sure tobeespeciallycare to 2 p.m L.B. Nicholson, Mrs. N.D.Nol- place; Mrs. Mary Cook and
The Alex Brokas family jour- Cantrell, Mr. and Mrs. Dqn attendance in the past two and its tasty morsels of home ful Saturday night while riding The Melrose Methodist Youth tedo, Mrs. Jack Benney. Mrs. Mrs. Hilda Dey, 3rd place;Col.
neyed to Greenville, S.C. Sat through Melrose. This is the in the W.A. Schoeneman. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens 4th
Shackleford and Mr. and Mrs. months. These youths attend made baked goods, Just keep Fellowship Is meeting
urday to watch their son, Mic- Bob Hayes travelled to Miss- school for three hours a day them for tomorrow and enjoy night the little goblins will be educational building at the place.)
key, play football for Chatta- issippi over the weekend to and work the other. that fellowship around the out trick or treating. Some will Church once again, from 3 to 5
nooga. Their opponent was Fur- participate in a golf tournament. Four youths, two teenagers luncheon table. Come early and trick or treat for UNICEF, Sunday afternoon. Any of the

man.A "Get They stopped In New Orleans Marc Sessions is an AB Stu- stay late and find a soclal- There so keep will some be a Halloween change handy.! young people of the community I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
party
Acquainted"
party; overnight on the way home arriving dent, he was licensed to preach ibllty so much a part of today's at the Parish House to count who are Interested In coming -
for Mrs. Richard Abels and back in Keystone on when only 15, and led a revivalin living. See You All on the 6th! are welcome. The groupIs
the Robert Flah
Mrs. Richard Ferguson was Tuesday. Starke last Spring. However, money. Mrs planning) a number of actIvities
when only 13 Marc was a dropout is In charge of the'party and for the coming year.lbn't STARKE
and indifferent all children are Invited. The that the Chil-
N4S:: ::::::{:::NSV:: : -:'V: > sniffing glue, lazy NOTICE forget
:.Y SSSVI'.1wcRCPY/A'V'fSS: ::::: -:-VV.NYwNYNews party will begin at 7 and games PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE
::: he said in his testi- dren's Bible Club will againbe
mony. Finally he realized he will be played) and refreshments meeting after school In frontof -
Baked goods for the Bazaar served.
I Notes 1 couldn't do It bv himself so Archies on Wednesday afternoon -
should be brought to the educa- Many Melrose residents
Bible where he en-
... turned to the beginning November HEIGHTS
tional building on Thursday, Joyed the Halloween Carnivalsat
... found God's help. 4. This is a nondenominational -
(From Preceding: Page) Robert Hefner in his testi- Nov. 5. Hawthorne and Keystone Sat group which teaches the chil HONE 47.1-3176:
Members were happy to have urday. There will be a Carni
the
mony expressed only hope
gave Dodie a personal gift from Mrs. Nell Grayson back from for the youth was through Chris- ------ ------------ ----------- -- ------ ------- -- --K________ __ _____ __ ___ ____ __
the Worthy Matron and Wor- her visit with her sisters and tian living, and he too found
thy Patron. brother in Cincinnati Ohio.Nell It through the Christian Ath-
Mrs. Vhonnye B. Storer of says the weather for the first letes program with Mr. Davis.
Neptune Beach Chapter is a week was very rainy and mis- These two Judo experts gave an
Past Worthy,Matron, and was erable. Her one sister has been outstanding demonstration of eNOV.
honored with a gift from the and is still quite ill and was
the art as did the younger f/
chapter. the main reason for her visit. twosome, Benny Davis Jr. ((10(
The refreshment and social yrs) and Robert Knight, \
hour was enjoyed by all which PERSONALSMrs. Ql yrs.) Benny Jr. accompanied Ys& 1
was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. himself on guitar as he (
S.E. Kennedy, Mrs. Hazel Mc- Milton Bond of Rochester sang, "In the Garden", as his
Kay, Miss Gertrude Mouser and N.Y. spent a week's visit testimonial In each of the talks, <
with her and husband
sister, "Satanis
the one warning note was
Mrs. Kitty McGlave.
Mr and Mrs. Bernard Slo-
trying to destroy. Satan has
The next Chapter meeting will
comb last week. As the sisters
be held on November 3 at 8 had not seen each other In kills contused sprltually.our youth Christ today brings and .

p.m. Members are reminded 15 years, and Mrs. Bond was Marcis
abundant lUe.OJ
today
to bring their Jellies and jams making her first Florida trip
a man of great stature for
to this meeting for the Thanks- this reunion was one of much 3
Christ, whereas a few years
of the Masonic
giving Rally
pleasure for both of them. Mr. ago he was institutionalized and. .
Home. Arrangements will be Slocomb is not feeling too well
made to take them to St. Peter- but enjoyed a short visit from a mere vegetable.

sburg. his brother and wife recently. YOUNG LIFE GROUP
FELLOWSHIP CLUB Mrs. Florence Thiele and her
The first Game Day of the mother, Mrs. Gilson of Walden Following the Vacation Bible
Club was held at Lions Club N.Y. made a short visit toFlorence's
School of Church
new building on Oct. 22 at 1:30: former home in Community!;
last June a new group was for-
p.m. Mrs. Ethel Weyman Is Keystone and called on her
mulated known Life.
as Young
hostess-director of this pro- near neighbors the JackHaber- This encompassed High 9
group
gram and was assisted by Axel strohs, the Everett Foxs, the School youth of all demonlna- *
Malgren. The regular monthly Frank Egans and Axel! Malm- dons, and met in the homes.
luncheon on Nov. 12 will be gren. Florence and Ed Thiele Last Tuesday October-
evening,
held at Lions Club, which has
lived next door to Axel and
20, Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller f"fit
extended to the Club all the Marjorie (deceased) Malm- r, .
Wrinkle entertained a of
group 1'r
facilities of the building, Including gren, In the present home of New Life Members and their h'
the kitchen. Reminding the Harrison Batcneldess. In
parents at their home on Key- .
members and friends to
pro- their travels they also calledon stone Lake. Mrs. Wrinkle said "
vide a covered dish, your own Ken and Maye Reed, former that the home overran '
every
table service and beverage.Due Keystoners who are now associated SUPPORT.
nook and corner, with about 75
to the 2nd Thursday in Novem- with Mr.Gordon Purdy Interested students, including .
ber being Thanksgiving Day, (formerly of Park-O-Palms) 15 parents.
the regular Game Day will be who operated the Camp-O- The leaders of the Keystone ,
held on November 19 at 1:30.: Woods in N.Y. This
Speculator, group center their directingof
Please mark your calendars, winter will be the first year the program, first In song
and Join in both meetings for round operation of the camp. and games, that bring the youth
good fellowship. Election of officers Mr. and Mrs. William PInonof Into working together and then
for 1971 will be held ALL Democratic Nominees
Smith Lake made a scheduled leading them into a process of
at the November 12 luncheon- visit to their home in LeRoy pulling together the fragmentsof ....
meeting. The Nominating Com- Kansas In late August, as the life around Jesus Christas
mittee presented the following drought of early spring ruined the permanent center, and

slate last month: President, the crops, and when the late the goal Is a simple one, It Is .. .
Marlon Houston) Dris-
Mrs. September rains came, floods quite evident that the programis
coll; Vice-President, Mrs. destroyed what was left. That succeeding as a large num- National State
Mary Wilcox; 2nd VicePresident part of Kansas has been declared ber of young people are in attendance County
Mrs. Vera (Robert) Lam-
at
a disaster area. There Morning Worship
ming; Secy-Cor-Sec'y, Mrs. being no incentive to remain services In the local churches.
Emily Eison and Treasurer, there, the Pinons returned last Young life is a prohedc voicein
Julius Hanson. As per parlia- week to their home here. a confused world, and it (NATIONAL)
mentary procedure, nomina- shows teenagers how to make
tions may be made from the 'YOUTH-PARENTS life good. Young Life enablesthe '.11-:
floor. Installation will be held FAMILY DINNER; youth to find for himself
at the December 10 luncheon Under the auspices of the what things are wrong. U. S. Senator Lawton Chiles ;
meeting. President Fern Han- Board of Stewards of Community Thqse two recent Youth gatherings
son urges all members and Church, with Mrs. A.P. in Keystone are doing "
friends to attend the luncheonon Hallman, chairman, a covered much to keep teenagers within
Nov. 12, in order for plan- dish dinner was hosted by Mrs. the church and family, as testi-
ning be made for tile Christ- John Birds' Circle memberson fied by many.COMMUNITY. "
mas meeting. There will not Sunday evening, October 18. (STATE)
be a game day that month. This was the occasion in which CHURCH
Community Church members BAZAAR GOVERNOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR

could honor these younger folks
and their parents. The Youth "HOLIDAY EXTRAVA
Fellowship group under the GANZA" will be presented by
KIRKCOURAGE leadership of Robert Ekland the Keystone Heights Community REUBIN ASKEW TOM ADAMSSECRETARY
meets each Sunday evening in Church Women, Friday,
the Youth Building at 7 p.m. It
is a community-wide group.
The large attendance parti-

cularly of young people evidence and their KEYSTONE OF STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
parents was that
VOTE Christianity is on the upswingin


KIRK Forest formerly this Baptist area.associated Mr.Church Eklund with of Jacksonville Lake was HEIGHTS Richard ( Dick) Stone Robert L. ShevinCOMPTROLLER

and in his work with
NOV. 3 young people he promoted the DIRECTORYBEAUTY
art of Judo, an activity that
develops youth"to have courage
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Every Form *f Beauty Commissioner Group 2
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I Greetings, friends and neighbors you're as hot-natured as I am, looking like an ocean nearly

; from your RollingReporter. you're glad to see the cool every day. Especially on rare,.
I'I; Things are going along weather come along. One thing occasion when I have a chance
Pretty good these days and I've I haven't been enjoying is all to go fishing.
been enjoying the weather being that wind we've been having Friday and Saturday night, lJ1:1 ; 41f:1 --

cooler. Believe me, when lately. Our ole lake has been Otis Melton and I, along with --- -- .

David Deegan of Keystone at- _, n ,?1 -.
tended a Youth Revival with CLASSIFIED AD BATES! IFOR SALE -Bird dog. puppies WE WANT TO SELL 3 "bedroom For Sale 14 cu. ft. refrigerator -
guest speaker Bro. Ron Reilly JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Good Stock. Don Bagwell. P646200. two baith masonry freezer like
of Jacksonville at'Iiampt % Minimum Charge... 1.75 SPORTS tfchg home, for 18000.00 with good new,
CRIFFIS $100.00. 21 ft .
Saturday cu. refriger.ator
Baptist Church. mornIng (Covers 15 word) terms also a very beautiful
we were visited by Mrs. MOORE BOAT FOR INTERSTATE MOBILE! Horn. masonry home with sfttclous freezer, side by side
Margie Few of Keystone. My Each word over 15 7. moving in Fla. Call. 964-5606,' grounds for 14500.00 A. J. NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refrigerator -

parents, tosa and Cricket SOe Extra Charge if not YOUR :MONEY Itchg Thomas. Realtor. Tel. 9645701. freezer, with ice
Grocery and Meat Market Chltty, went movie with paid In Advance ttchsr maker. NEW $299.99.
cousins Buddy and Merle Ellis Starke. Ph. 964-5791 WANTED'::; TWO Fia." Time 3

I, In Gainesville, last Thursdaynight. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY.. Outboard & Union Carrier: for Starke & LOST: Block: and White Beagle used Electric Ranges. 2
625 Brownlee St. My grandparents Hubert 1.50 Per Inch Complete Keystone areas. Pays from Bampaon' City Saturday, Morn. Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N.
and Palma Chltty and Lin and Stern Drive Service and $50.00 to $73.00 par -week. Anyone ing. Only IdemUtlcotlon Is a Thompson St. Phone 964-

WeiSe Oulda Quick of Starke. visitedus Memorial Resolution Repair. Complete Fiber interested, please call dog collar IbearInathe name 6729 tfch

Sunday afternoon. Proclamation. eta -7c word: glass Repair. Custom J646248.,' 2tp 10-23 Jack Sanford. If found call

ingpS PERSONALSMy CARDS OF THANKSSO built Fiberglass Fishing ':- 964-5802 Reward litchg
FOR RENT Nicely Phirn43i. CASH
words or lees .. ......3.00 Boats. ed apantment. Couple; only. 'WANTED: Donations *V old
yinysoa mother Cricket,along with. Each word over 50-7o Vented :heat and air. 337 N. TV & Radios: for bench prac-
Lou Miller Lillian Norwood. FOR PECANS
Walnut St. dice Don't need to even
Beulah Smith and Ruby Wolfe FOR RENT One 'trailer _Up make a sound still good

I our neighborhood attended a REDUCE sate and fast with space; one from. 2 bedroom a Track Tape with new 'w' .rnarJty. for bench practice! phone Buying Dailyat
of the Melrose Homemakers unfunushed house. One large
Whole
SMOKED Half or I meeting OoOese Tablets and E-Vap" '. one for $3.50. 2 for $6; 964-8202 for plckHUjp Tf
Club last Thursday. "water pill*." Anci ewePhamnacy. storage shed; one mecha.nlcahop 4 :for $10. Dahimer'a Discount.
39c for Christ ; one warehouse on 301
Bacon--lb.- Plans were made a .
8tp 11-5 tfchg
State Farmers Mkt.J. .
mas Bazaar and Bake Sale to South, of Starke. Call Mutual! Small Appliance

be held on December 5, at the FOR SALE 2-2 room gaff Lumber Inc. 964-7490 8 a.m. FOR RENT2 ,bedroom, furn- REPAIRS R. WAINWRIGHT
I Clubhouse In Melrose. :heaters $14 each. Ono Quaker to 4 p.m. tfchg Isthed house, for couple. Con
Brisket Stew 3 lbs. $1.00 Tom and Ray Ross of Jacksonville State oil 6 room \space! heater ivenlently located. Phone 964-
FOR RENT OR SALEHouse
spent the weekend at with :blower $40. Phone 964-. 6707. ItpCloseout Phone 782-3667
their lake place. 5606. tfchg In I country. Also apartments, OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
Kenneth and Sue Ferguson of rr, in Starke. W. H. Nottmian. All 1970 Appli: Toasters, Mixers Fans, SALES
Chuck Steak 59cHamburgerJb.59c '.\flcano .V. spent the weekend FOR SALE Green Simpson itfchg : Irons Heaters. and
with Chick and Frances Hurst Sugar Cone-By whole ances to be sold at 10% Starke, Rt. 100 West has
or Roast Ib. _ I patchy HOUSE PAINT1NIO interior Electric Hand Tools. ,
Phone 964-6379/ .After 6 p.m. above cost to make room 1971 12' widen for
Robert and Jackie LanIer and +- Exterior. Sand finishing 3tp 11-12
I atchat lo-.?9 for 1971 models. Air Conditioners
sons Bobby and Bubba visited Jloors.Hourly or entrant. First .
Jackie's mother Mrs. Jerri MOUSE' PAINTING Prices floors. Hourly or contract. Ranges Refrigerators S3.195,

Coman. In Jacksonville last you can afford. Contact, Jimmy First class workmanship., Con Dishwas hers,
Saturday. Mrs. Coman-was Just Laveiutar.: Lake Butler. tack Lonnde Roberta RaUbrd.!, Washers & Dryers, and"Ice BRADFORDSEPTIC
U.S. GOODROUND I home from stay at the hospital. 498-6882. Itp Fla. Mon., Thurs., Frt." 7 ...m..t Makers.\ Wells Appli .

STEAK lb. 95c ,) 5 p.m. 431-1126. Nights and ances Hwy. 301 S. Phone TANK GLOVERELECTRIC
I Mrs.JoStrandberg.Mrs.Lillian WANTED Experienced chainsaw 'weekends 431-1768. 4tp 11-19 9646061.
SIRLOIN lb. 98c' Norwood. and Dorothy Butler operators for logging operation. COMPANYI
Ida Whitehead FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished -
I visited Mrs. : Driver's (license re -
In the Starke Nursing Home. quired.( Top ;ray paid vacation apartment, hot :and DRAINPCLEAN-OUT Complete 'Repair
Charles, Louise, and Paul- pension plan house cold water. furnished. Suitable I ) ServiceWIRINGHEATING
ette Strandberg of Jacksonville available. Loncata FihiMplmte for bachelor lady, or gentle MARY AND PUMPING

and Dorothy, Sam and Charles Company P. O. Box 168, High. man. 570 W.Call St. or phone
Henry Butler of Ormond Beach 964-5884. ltchg AIR CONDITIONING
Springs Fla. Phone 454-1511
weekend visitors of Mrs. Phone 964-6647
GAINESVILLEBusiness were CARTER 24 HOURS
Jo Strandberg.Jim or 4541444. 2tchg 11-5 FOR SALE 8 nice Herford Starke Fla.

and Evelyn Brummett, 10>> ACRES heifers, around 400 Ibs. each.J. lichg 964-8835

of Panama City; former South SOl -Nice Frame Home B. White. Starke. Fla. 964
Directory Starke residents were visit- Many Outbuildings Chain 6114. ltchg PAINTSNEW
fora *ow* wowwgw i
ing Pete and Joyce Barton Link
Fence 17.000 Call Bill
FOR SALE Jeep. $300.00PhOt1e
few days. They all attendedthe Powell BrokerSouthern BARRETTWater SEWING
Shrine Club dance In Starke 782-3901 or 782-3784. lip ITEMS

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES last Saturday. Jimmy and Bunky Marine FOR SALE1970 Ford pickup Conditioning MACHINE
Brummet, Jacksonville,were WALL PAPER
$100.00 down and take up
weekend visitors. Moved To Gainesville payments. Phone 9648395. Itp Unpainted Furniture and Pump Co. SALES & SERVICE
Johnson & Faris Inc.
BRASINGTONCADILLAC
FOX HUNTERSThe New NameGainesville PfAff- NECCHI
Fox Hunters Associationof FOR RENT- 2 Bedroom nicely Wood 130 Court Street NEW HOME- UNIVERSAL
OLDSMOBTXK SEEDSPLANTS furnished house. 337 N. Graining Kit
this area will hold another MarineLYNN Phone 964.5832PLUMBING $49.50 up
SALES SERVICE Insecticide*-Pet Sappu'FERTILIZERS 31 Walnut St. lip I
meeting Saturday night, Oct. HAMILTON MGR. K-80 Paint Remover I PARTS& REPAIRS ON ALL
Fine Selection of Vied Can at 7 A covered dish supper .
p.m. Johnson :Motor Cobra. Boats", BIC PENS. Ball Point Refill OTHER Me MACHW4raNATIONAL
Taken Oa Ccdlllae Trade followed bya
We Rent Fertilizer 8pread f will be served Tel. Houses Washed
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. J78-MOI 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 178-Wi business session..This event Marine Supplies iraph.* Bradford County Water Conditionersand

and all future meetings will be 1030 E.University Av Lawn Mowers' For Rent Pumps 6111*.UNIV.AVI.
GLASS held In the second building of Gainesville! 1 PER STICK Vinyl platio WELL DRILLING
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA the Fairgrounds,which has been Letters, all sizes, colors. Perm- 102 EAST BROWNLEE Sales and Rentals 378.1355
designated as the official meet IF. WE DON'T HAVE IT:
anent, for use on wood gla**.
LIDDELL ing place. All members extenda we'll get It. for yon.: Office plastic paper, metal, leather. STREET Repair Department
warm Invitation to anyone Interested Supplies, Furniture\ Equip ANYTHING! -Bradford County 24 Hour Service
Glass Company to come out and Join meat Bradford County: Telegraph. tf NOTICEStarke
4 wheel drive' and ear the fun. Telegraph.
Sales Parts Service Now here's a poem with a J COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot
and Keystone
Clean Used Toyota "Clara For Every Pnrpoe" message Just for you: WANTED LISTINGSOn WATSON'S tage parents wanted. Some
1700 N. Main 376-1268 .' Store Pnonto-.Mirror* Homes and Acreage. Buyer Married couples, and women. Heights area Customers

Tub Enclosures-Showers Pity; the man. Waltlnz. -strout Realty Reg. House of Vacuum Salary starts $347 per month

I Furniture Tops Glass Replaced Who Is lost, and dying. Broker 2117 N. Temple Av. Many! brands of new vacuums per person. 5 day week, 8 hour SEARSHas Hastings Mattress

VAR HEYL He thinks he Is happy, Ph. 964-6609 Starlre. 11'1& $39.00! up. Used machines from day. Promotional opportunities and Upholstery
Thanks to ole Satan's lying. SII) State Retirement, sick leave. EvertKing
,
NEW LOCATION Expert Repairs ell makes.
Lincoln Mercury |I For all your Real Estate
Vacation etc Please
apply in
Johns Ave.PAI.ATKA .
1228 So. Main Gainesville Needs Parts and Accessories for all 710 St.
This man Is condemned, Buy Sell Exchange : person only .Personnel Office.
2201 N. Main Gainesville 3724191; 1102 And he's headed for Hell. Appraisals. Expert vacuums. Built In Central vao- ButOand: Center GoAncsvllte" STARKEPhone
372-4251 ,| But the saddest part Is, Advice on all Real uum cleaning systems. 712 N. !Fla. An equal opportunity; em
Main. Gainesville
376-7110 AgainFURNITURE
Is Estate Problems 964-6843 Is Open
Home MEN'S WEAR He thinks all well. Call plover tfchg

.. Of |I Il't BILL POWELL CLASP ENVELOPES aU
I once was this way Reg. Real Estate Broker _bcs.- Bradford County Tele
STAG 'N DRAG By Satan was fooled. Phone 964-6464 graph. VETINARY INJECTABLES Repaired Refinished
ren"-CoulI'ar--COIttllf'fltal
I belonged to a church, Btarko Plaza Starke Tetanus Toxoid ReupholsteredNEW
Mark HI Enirtsh Ford -- I
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all cool.
And thought was
Griffin Suits tfchg Sleeping Sickness DRAGLINEAND
Used Cars Available MATTRESSES
Cleanest Smith Plumbingand
Arrow Shirt-Florakelm She. Distemper Hepatitis Lepta
1Peaufv 1 But God opened Closeout All 1970
Formal Rental my eyes : Appliances Comblotfa
Academy Ladle Sportawear Showed me I was lost. to be sold at 10% Supply ANDREWS DRUGS BULLDOZER WORK FREE ESTIMATESCall
And that for Salvation above Collect 328-2144
2 STORES-19 W. UN1VEKSTT Jesus Christ paid the cost. cost to make roc.mfnr
I and GAINESVILLE MALL 1971 models. Air Conditioners CLINTONROBINSON
POWELL'S Raiford Road
MOBILE HOMES The first thing I did,, Ranges, Refrigerators FOR RENT12' -wide 2 bedroom LEW'SWELDING
Beauty Academy |I! I believed and confessed. Dishwas hers, Phone 9646023 trailer outside city "
MUSIC Jesus Christ saved my soul Washers & Dryers, and limit. J. B. White 9646114. SHOP
Learn Profession In Your My whole being He blessed. Ice Makers. Wells Appll- Contracting and Repair itchy
Spare Tlm !"utior Part Time I I Whispering!'; Pines Motel \
Plumbing Fixtures
PH. 284.3593PENNY
219 N.W. 10th 378-2768 Now Jesus Is waiting, ances. Hwy. 301 S. Phone FOR SALE New :brick 3 US 301 S. Phone
Water Heater
To do this for you. 9646061. 'bedroom 2 bathe, living room FARMSItch 9648252.
ELECTRIC MOTORS I i BALDWIN Just open your heart and receive Water PumpsINSt1KANCE dining room family room. !
-" Him LEGAL FORMS. Bradford FHA or Conventional Financ. UTILITY TRAILERS

I I =t.- NSI This Is all you must do.... 114.8305.County: Telecraph. Ph. Ing. Contact Buford (Mitchell, CUSTOM BUILT

ELECTRIC -John 1:12: Phone 9646760. P.O. Box 238 GAS AND ELECTRIC
-<3iMI1'fMUSIC. AT REDUCED RATES Custom Built
.. Starke. Uehg WELDING BRAZING
Motor Repair Co.Of I I AUTO FIRE. BOAT
BIer DOYLE E.CGNNERINSURANCE It''s Inexpensive to> clean nun Wrought Iron Rails f<>* S SHEET METAL
Oaineavi )le. Inc. O'rlUe Shoppln Ctr. TR-53SI BrownVolkswagen AGENCY and 'upholstery} with. BLum Porches and Patios.
I i tabs LUSTRE. Rent Electric Shampooer -
Repairing RewindingNew Mobile Home Steps
and Used $1.50. Starke Hardware Mall Box StandsBrown's
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 37Z-U18 MOVERS KIRKCOURAGE "1lIIIIIO'!! !!! !! BAIRD 108 E. Call st 6toh? 10-29 PUMPSNEW


Mobile Homes BARRETT Welding AND USED
Farm and Industrial e Lone Distance M.vtagSlorare
Equipment NEW and USED 556 S. Walnut
Packing New A Used 8-10-12' Wide Water Conditioning Phone 9616489or \ SALES
Crating ShlppL-jr Sales Service PARTS
G 964.9958
Santa Fe Tractor, Free Estimate Call VOTE 'WI Good Quality and Pump Co. SERVICE
1 MI. North of TVi MatGAINESViLLE Deep and Shallow Wells
FORD I HILL'S KIRK, Reasonably Priced 130 Court Street Water Softeners and
Farm Tractors & Implement Gainesville 378-2785 Phone 9615832PLUMBING FiltersPlumbing
USED: EQUIPMENT Van Service, Inc. Serviced, Guaranteed and
NOV. 3 \
I Supplies
PART SERVICE
SALES
Delivered In Stark Area tossJUPER
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. O'vin
4488 N. W. 6th 3762548GAISES'ILLE I NO EXTRA COST ON
SERVICE
FLA. 371-4171 Water Conditionersand EXPERT
CARL BEGGS US 441 N. 450 NW 13th ALL MAKES
Oalre.Tlll le 378-S7M Pumps
Gulf ServiceUSED WELL DRILLING PHONE 961.7061DURRANCE

PARTS IF WE DON'T HAVE rr Sales and Rentals
we'll" get It for yon. Office
Top. Prices for Wrecked Car Supplies, Furniture, Equip Repair Department O 1 PUMP & SUPPLY CO.

24 Hoar Wrecker Service ment. Bradford County; 24 Hour Service

For Comptroller Fuel Oil Telern h.PS'TItD .

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Used Can ) SIGNS: Treated to Life" ,
... .... "Young-
weather 30o
Hwy Sill N. Waldo withstand each. COSMETICS FOR THE 0
fl O....ra. 4 simBEWINO harper TEENAGER BY LUZIER

If you are age 17to/ 23 and
... ........, .. Telegraph. tI want a good part time Job

.,. ..S.......... MACHINE!:- Cleaned WATER FRONT PROPERTYOn these cosmetic are createdfor SAVE

oiled and adjusted la :your Croeby Lake It Crosby Lake girls 17 to 25. No experience m YtXJR

Your man for the seventies horn*. 300. Vacuum cleaner Inlet. Ideal For Mobil Home. needed. No investment.No .
repairs also. All work guarantee Summer Cottage Or Year- risk. Excellent/ comm. Call SOlES

ed. DennU E. CaggH*. Phon Round Living.. for appt. 984-5616. IN THE
4S1-U28. tte"- All LoU Ready To Gocleared. LUZIER COSMETICS WIGS STICK Vinyl Plastic,
Graded St Leveled. (Clatroil's sister company) Letters, an sixes, color. Perm
ASK ANYONE EZERASE TYPEWRITES Priced From $995.00. Floaaclnt Louise Stern Authorized Distributor inset for VIe on wood, .tlaplMtle. WAN'PDS5RADYORD
PAPER. Mimeo Paper. Bond Available. Call Ba+7701. P. O. Box 158 Start. paper metal, leather//

Paper Notebook Filler P'1a. Zt.cbc. 10-29 AMTTHJNOI I -Bradford Co ....'_. COUNTY- -_TELECRAPHI v w4
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