Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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From Letterpress OffsetThe "

Bradford County Telegraph was born in r Drainage Study

1879, the year In which Thomas Edison perfectedthe

incandescent light bulb a far cryfrom the

present age$ of jets.

With its 90th birthday anniversary just around ii

,the corner, this issue of The Telegraph provesinspite II By Engineers

of the old saying to the contrary-that you

CAN teach an old dog new tricks. F r

After 90 years of letterpress publication, The ; Largest In History 3rd Meet

Telegraph this week is printed by the offset methodfor 3

It the is difficult first time.to explain the difference in the two City Fathers Approve Set 8

processes in terms that the layman can understand, p.m.

so we will not try. Suffice it to say that the methodsare
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entirely different, and a change one to

other involves a bit of doing.If A cl'y dragline operates on the small creek uesday. $1,038,593 Budget TonightA

you see anything in this issue that doesn't which crosses under SR-16 (Brownlee Street) and The county also has two draglines operatingon

look right, or sound right, just charge it up to the leads Into Alligator Crrek as the clean out of the earn project. It was announced at the A formal request for a

general state of confusion during our shakedown Alllcator Creek and Its tributaries began Wed Commission meeting Wednesday morning million-dollar-plus city budget was given tentative watershed drainage study

cruise. approval by the Starke Citj f Council is a special work by the U. S. Corps of En-

Council session Monday night, Sept. SO. gineers was made Wednes-
Among the changes in this issue that you may By City Saturday The $1.038,593 spending bill, day by the Bradford Coun-
note: largest! in the city's history will The new spending document
get formal approval Oct. 15 after Includes a $76.000 Increase In es. ty Commission.The .

-A new masthead--or nameplate-on the front it Is okayed by the city auditor tinted receipts In the general request follows a visit to

page. We have returned to the traditional Old Eng- Fire Truck Final Day The city millage tate was fund and In utilities revenue Estimates the county by ,Joe Coodge, a

lish style of lettering which was used in the early left at 7.5 mills, same as 19b7-b8. used in balancing the Corps engineer, who Inspected
Many city employees have budget are that the general fund Alligator Creek and Sampson
days of The Telegraph, adding overtones of the pastto been left dissatisfied with the will junp: $23,000 from $322.519 Canal as well as the three
the more modern format of the present and fu To RegisterSaturday new spending;! document after in 1967.68 to $345.418 In 1968-68 flooded lakes Ciosby Rowell,

ture. Recognition has been given to Bradford Coun- SetRenewing raises requested by department and that .utility revenue will and Sampson last week. Goodie

ty's chief claim to fame-"The Sweetest Straw- Policy Oct 5, is the last beads were all turned down jump $53.000 from $624.195 this sad'! that a formal request, by

berries This Side of Heaven!I" day to register if you want to Utilities Supt Oscar Davis, for fiscal year to $677,675 next, the Commission, for a drainage
Instance had requested a 10 per City Clerk Merrill Edwards \study will be necessary beforea
The new page size is slightly smaller than that vote In the. general election In cent pay increase for his employees has since termed unsound the reconna'ssance team will

used in recent years, bowing to the trend among a previous decision to keep city fire trucks (November.The office of the supervisorof practice of Increasing Income come! Into the county.A .
inside the corporate limits, the City Council voted 4-0 Increases over 1967- 8 are estimates to balance the budget third ounty drainage meetIng -
size is
and to sheet that elections Mrs Neva Flynn,
daily weekly newspapers a ,
shown in every department except Fire Department. ) appiopiln- Is set at 8 o'clock
Tuesday night in favor of its former policy. will be from 9 a. m. to
more conveniently handled by the modern reader. opened the Firs Department, down tions are set lower than last the council civil defense
makes to establisha 4:30: p. m. today (Thursday) $244 and the De. building at the fairgrounds to
Councilman Jimmy McRae some move Recreation years $34.013 at 33769. The
-.Greater clarity of pictures which is one of the and Friday, and until 3 m. .
p. developmsntj
abstained, but Chairman One fire department that we (the paitment, down $820. Council cut chief advantages of the offset method of printing. Wiggins, and Councilman Tom, city) cooperate In every way." on Saturday Mrs. Flynn's" office Only individual pay Increases'weie 541 In new items requested by on the proposed

The Telegraph has always used more photographsthan NoUn, Gerald Williams, and Will.ams give the* second. Is In the courthouse.Mrs. awarded to City Clerk Merrill Fire Chief R, C. (Red) Buford project. Countywide fire protection
the average weekly newspaper, and we hope Nell Tucker all voted to rein- "There Is no mistake, If this Flynn said that she has! Edwards, $350, raising him and sliced Into some standing and a civil defense natural

now to bring you even more and better pictures. state the former policy "unless equipment Is called out of town had the normal "surge" of books new to $7,444 and to Police Chief Items. Cut oil. of the new bud disaster plan will also be
danger to life 1a Immediate." the insurance people tell us registrations since the Bobby Biggs. $300 raising him get were a $4.500 work room and discussed. .
features The Council violated I its there Is a possibility of Insurance opened in June She explained to $6,500. other Officials from Lawtey Brook.er
'-The addition of several t new with more own Only pay Increased garage for the ,small fire truck
.,. rate. ;;.' said that the number of registrations\ and Hampton have been invited -
*"*. policy several week agowhen going-up\ employee can expect
"planned) In"the weeks;( to:comes 7The and $3,300: to purchase a new-
usually increases prior to a by letter and phone, when
it o>dered a fire truck to makea Councilman Neil Tucker, who over the year are regular ones
use of color In a regular Issue of The Tele- run to Lawtey when the Bel- hfu" previously said he'd send general election. for longevity of service. (Continued on Page Four) possible, to attend the dIscus-
Air Motel there burned. Fire thr truck outside the city again Before the books opened lit ...... ,. .,.- sion on county-wide fire protection
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graph for the first time in Heretofore -
many years. Chief R. C. (Red) Buford has If the occasion arose. June, 5,204 persons were registered Bradford CD Director
almost prohibitive in cost, color will) now be avail- been requesting ever since thata "It's a trough decision to have in Bradford County 'About I I' Frank Williams told the Com-
able to advertisers at a modest increase in rate. policy be re-ejtabllstied so to make," Tucker said, but he ,three weeks ago Mrs Flynn ?. mission Wednesday.
he would know what to do incase ,voted to reinstate' the policy. repotted approximately 125 new Fire protection planning has
The change from J letterpress to offset printing of .of calls from residents "I do think if the county wide registrations and said that sin == w 41 r been detailed because of mix-
the newspaper was prompted solely by The Tele- outside the city, several of thins (fire protection) can be had not compiled statistics =-.w 7 up two weeks ago when officials
which he had turned down. worked out It would be of \great since then. ) from the outlying towns
graph's desire to bring its readers a better, more = -
Chairman Orle- Wiggins, who benefit, Tucker continued While most persons are regU- -r were not invited as
attractive of the
newspaper, taking advantage rapid 'was in the hospital at the time "But our responsibility Is to the toning as Democrats Mrs. Flynn = Drainage Committee: Chairman
developments in the publishing field in recent years. of the Lawtey fire did not par. people Inside the corporate said that a few are registering ::,; aC --" Buck: Norman told the

We do not expect to save any money with the off tlclpate the subject In tJiat up decision Tuesday brought night limits.Chairman" Wiggins voted un- number as Independents registering and as that Republicans tin r __ though Commission the U, Wednesday S. engineer that was,

set because contrary to popular beliefit dot of the reluctant to make hasty decisions
process, -- with Buford present. a new agreement has climbed from 15 or _
Is doubtful that offset printing of a newspaper "If we had a call tonight the council that he will participateIn 20 four: yean ago to an estimated it appeared! to him ItselfIs that
chief (Buford) wouldn't know all decisions of the council, the Sampson: Canal outlet
. Is any less expensive than letterpress. Indeed, some 100 .01' more She stressed the water
whit to do," Wiggins told his not Just break tie votes aj In. too small to handle
that this really a guessus
say It is more costly. board, and asked for discussion. the past.In she will not know the actual _. pouring: into Sampson Lake
Councilman Tom Nolln. speaking other action Tuesday night, -J from all sources.
We do hope that the newer process will take figures until statistics are com- a Clerk Charles Darby
the Council: County
first said that without 1m-
some of the traditional "druduerv" out of the piled next week. Road Department
many Reorganized Itself for the said! that a Stats
met'late danger of life he (Bu As always, the making of a new budget takes some whisperingand
Persons who do not meet tin
steps involved in wetting news. pictures, and advertisements ford) not leave the city under 1968.69 fiscal year. Tucker, engineer had also visited
regular Florida residence re- huddle Above, Police Thief Bobby Biggs gets In a word or \ report laslmlllar
from tynewriter, camera, and drawing any conditions, but that If and Wiggins, and NoUn were sworn the county and hU
two with Councilman Jimmy McRan and Chairman Orle Wigginsf in nature to the otherswhich
board onto the printed page. when the County Commission\ ; (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four)
thr new miIiion-doliar-plug spending bill was adopted. have claimed the Sampson
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But most of all. we ]hone that offset will enableus Canal: Is the cause 01 me

to give the people of radford County a better Vocational Rehabilitation problem
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'newspaper.. Library LandA
request by two members of

That has been The Telesraph's chief interest over the Bradford County Library

the past 90 years and will continue to be its goal Is AssetThe Board. Mrs Evelyn Ritch and

for-we hope-the next 90. New BHS Program Mrs.Commission Jeanette to Kincald purchase for land the

costing $10.000 in the city for a

725 Have Applied for Jobs future referred new to library the Library building Committee was

vocational rehabilitation give u.s an opportunity to judge Mrs. Allen also explained that of ,Jerome Johns and
In Garment Set Here stalled last year at how Buck Norman.
Factory program oar: students perform on the in addition to. the classes that Hamilton -
BHS, to getting new equipmentand Job. They will Commissioner Zedra
have to
and the BradfordCounty prepare students take In the Vocational
Some 125 applications have Chamber U about to take off and the menus, shop prepare food, they told the two library board
Development Authority Rehabilitation program, are 13
been received at tha Chamberof : weeks thata fly] unless Its wings are clippedby cook, wait on tables, work at also steered into other clashes members the county has
announced two ago : court-
Commerce office since the : the Department of Health the cash register, and acres of land at the new
factor employing 100 perform at the high school or the Vo- Butthe
garment Education and Welfare. 1 drof the hous.9! site fiat! is paid for.
In many jobs necessary, Tech Center when they show
fo 150 persona will be opened federally two ladles took a dim viewo
"The program is It gives us an indication of how special aptitudes. For example,
Self Defense Stark. fthat, saying the library needsto
funded and we're kind of sweat- they react to
rush hours
of how
Chamber Executive Pete Novak some students may take art be in the heart of the city.
For: Women ald that while he Is not diS- Ing It out the legal hassel Bradford between they will react to people, and courses, or some may take automotive Mrs. Klncaid and. Mrs. Rltch
HEW and the how "
appointed In the number of applicants they met strangers. mechanic at the Vo- told the Board they have been
Presented Dy ,it>U he 1 1.3 Wamswhat County School system.Mrs. She said this would be the Tech Center. told that federal matching funds
of the two time
Linda Allen one when
they would
surprised since 420 persons fill "pull everything The vocational rehabilitation can be obtained for a new library -
Capt. C. A. Roberts ed out in Jane a questlonalre: indicating teachers la the program, told rth \ together.' The students program at BHS is only one facet building. The funds would,
Of The Gainesville that they were willing The Telegraph. would be able to apply what they of the special education program not have to be repaid they said
said that the present had
Police to work In the garment Indus- HEW has learned about such things as In the Bradford County but land on which!! to place anew
funds won't be cut off. but 4 nutrition, handling and be ob-
( money, school system. Currently em- library first has to
Starke Woman's Club try.Novak said that there Is apparently the BUS program won't be able personal appearance. ployed are two speech therapists tained.
some confusion concerning -' to receive any additional money. gl .%' The teacher said that the vocational and a psychologist. The Zoning Request
Wed.. Oct. 9 s .J
the difference between "We're really at a rehabilitation program school system also has two trainable A request that at least 75 per
:3:30:: I). .I. right now as far as getting" new / bas expanded greatly during the .. members of the
the ,June questlonalre and the ) units for children who are cent or mare:
All Women of the Com job applications now being ac equipment I la concerned Mrs. t last five years and that all of non- ucable, and seven units (Iin proposed county: zoning board:
cepted. He pointed: out that those Allen said. this Is really quite new. Voca addition to the one at BHS for be farmers was made by twoFal'm
munity Invited to who answered the June quea- Many of the plans being made r tional rehabilitation programs children who are educable. Bureau members Billy
Attend. lora for the BUS program by Mrs. used to be concerned only with Noegel. a Farm Bureau director
tionalre were not applying their Allen and Mrs. Cherry Badger Good grooming .U taught M an Integral part of the new vocational students who were physically and Wads Gaskins.

The Community State job but to work Imply and Indicating stressed: that are based on the new equipmentthey rehabilitation chug that began list year at Bradford High. handicapped Spanish Course "We (the Farm Bureau) feel
Bank and The Florida will have have requested. Above Pat Goodman and Kathy Baker work under the direction The BHS students and their that with farmers on the zoning
Bank at Starke will not to those come who to want the Chamber a job office The overall goal of the program of Mrs. Linda Allen, one of two special education teachers In teachers occupy the renovated Set For Farmers board we have a \good chance
Is to help students who 'Industrial Arts building to work out difficulties." Noegel
be for business the
open on and fill out an application. program.
cannot learn in a regular class- was really nothing here last Responding to a number of told the Board. "If all city people
ths ownerof
Columbus Day, Satur- Details concerning room situation. As Mrs. Allen year," 'Mr. Allen commented. requests from farmers who are on the zoning board
day, Oct. 12. the new plant and his plans Novak explained the goal U "to place genies) during the year. and ((81/ food. She said the students had just hire Spanish- speaking migrant farmers feel they could be penalized *
are still not availably but The units are: ((1)) people (the the unit food, Mr offering "
these students in jobs where they During on taken regular math and English workers, the Vo-Tech Is now very easily.
This Space Contributed said that he hopes the own- students learn how to handle said she hopes to be able Zedra Hamilton
will be happy, as well as a benefit Allen courses and that the building a course In Conversational Commissioner
Weekly to Publicize er will hold a press conference to the community.The their own finances and how to to ",pen an actual restaurant"as was not ready for them. : Spanish. The course will said that was "a very
Community Events by soon. teachers hope to be able work with people; '12)) shelter she did when she taught In This year they moved into the begin tonight (Thursday) at 7 good suggestion." The zoning
Answering a question concern. to place the seniors In their and natural environment (construction Gainesville last year. If they get building: and so far have install- In room AS at Bradford High board should represent all
The CommunityState ing the Big Dad: Plant which class in jobs in the communityas and forestry, for example the needed equipment, the students ed a kitchen completely School. phases of rural life, such a,
closed in mid-September, Novak the year progresses. ) ((3) communications; ((4)) will open their "restau ped with modern equip- Vo-Tech Director Ted Ogles- one strawberry farmer and one
Bank said that he had: nothing How Is this accomplished? The transportation ((5)) body caree. rant" hi the spring and It wouldbe < mall "beauty parlor"appliances.Is A by said the course is being offered chicken farmer, etc., the com-

'Accounts Now InsuredUp new to report. H* said that people two teachers work closely with ( g, halrdresslng; ( ) clothIng open from noon to 2 p. m. one setI! and the teachers being so "that better commun- mlisloner aald.Commissioner.
are .till looking at the plant their 28 students (the state allows (selling as weU as making); day a week for one month planning are lication might be established Buck Norman
to $15,000 by )tut the matter Is really In the .a maximum of 30(, \going ((7)) -non-occupational activities Mrs Allen explained the purpose and on dining adding\ a Hvligroom : between. tie Spanish-speaking asked that the Zoning Commit-
(Ilf HEW"comes
hands Manufacturing of the own Co.r.. In2 Inc.: Big Dad through eight units (lor job cate- (e g., life guard, ticket taker); of the restaurant: will through with room the money). ployers.migrant"workers and their em (Continued on Page Four)

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I I OCIETY. NEW r rMI' Merchants Set 1hE O/d"1VlnUl

and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert I L Christmas PlansChristmas
Mrs. Shellla Gene has returned aFr
and Mr and Mrs. H. T. DownIntj -
Local admittances to Bradford
from six weeks visit with '
of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. 'y Mom
Mr, and Mrs. Brad Locke in County Hospital this week Rt"
Earl Mikell and Andy Bell and .Tampa include: Stuart Ross Charles y. and patriotismwere

son of Jacksonville, and Mra. Ginger Baldwin, Cindy Sink: Crawford Cynthia Bryan, Mrs two areas receiving heavy
W A. Bell of Baldwin enjoyeda Polly Wade, Susan Autry and Hazel] Fender, Janet Thomas, r emphasis when the RetaU
fish fry at the David Montgomery Mrs Sally Whitehead were M-s. Margaret Thomas, Mrs. Merchants Division of the "
home Saturday after weekend guests of Cindy and Edna L. Jones, Mrs. Blanche Chamber of Commerce met "Politics Is the fine art of

noon. Sallv's aunt, Mrs Gladys Feam. Williams Mrs. Lorrle Roberts. Thursday, Sept. 26. passing; the buck-after passing
Mr and Mrs. Donald BagwellJr ster. in Tallahassee. Charles C. Wynn, Mrs Alice The merchants set 4:30: p. m. the hat."

toured South Florida last Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hcrlonff Graham, Eugene Ooodgs, Mrs. Dec. 6 as the time) for the annual
week have had as visitors Mr. and Joan Solze and Mrs. Vide Christmas parade. The
:Mrs. E. C. Morris has return. Mrs F. V. Herlong of Jacksonville Sapp all of Starke; : James C. best float will receive. prizeof
ed from six weeks visit withrelatives last Friday and Mr. and Hlgglnbotham. Mrs. Eflle Boat- $50: the second place float

in Pompano Beach. Mrs W. H. Steinmeyer and wright, and Mrs. Phyllis Mosleyof \ =25: third $15: and fourth! $10.
Mr and Mrs. R. 0, Dansby extend
Mrs. Mershon Rltch and daughter Lawtey; Mrs. Altle Mae Grif- The group decided to
at'" patients in Riverside Hos of Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. fis of Raiford: and Broward store hours to 9 p m. from Dec.

pltal. and Mrs. X. M Smith Gamey of Lake Butler 16 through Dec. 23 with the
Mrs. A, E. McKinney was and children, Terry and Mike, Mrd. James Beeler and sort, stores closing at 6 p.m. Dec. 24.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ivan spent the weekend in Washing who have been stationed with All merchants will be asked to Who'sat

Ha/en: in Jacksonville over the ton D. C. and visited with he" husband Airman Beeler, cooperate by remaining open

weekend their son, Cadet Candidate Bar for one and a half years In these hours, The Chamber group
Reand Mrs. John P. ry Smith of Fort Belvolr! Va. Hawaii, ate spending this week V F also asks all merchants to remain fault
Davenport and daughter Drb- Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tenly of wits: her mother, Mrs. Grace .. open on Wednesday after-
blo of Orlando have moved to Gainesville were Sunday visitorsof RLlch.: Airman Beeler will join noons during December.The .

the Westmoreland Trailer Park Mr. and: Mis. E. D. Tenly. his family this weekend after Starke Santa Claus will
Rev. Davenport has been appointed being discharged Oct. 6 from err'M be on the streets and in the
chaplain of the Florida tornado Class Rings at "'11. two years active duty with the sto-es to talk with the children
Divisions'' of Corrections replac- hams Jewelry. Naval Air Reserve.Mr. and give them candy during the II

n-f RPV E F. Mavton rptlrd. ... and Mrs W. H. Nollman! week of Dec. 16 and on Dec. 23
returned last week after spend- .
and 24.Joe
[HAVE YOUR CAKE ing the summer at Highlands Glssy, commander of the Makes no difference
and Asheville, N. C. Enroulo local American Legion Post with Nationwide. Your

home they visited Mrs. C. W. was on hand to present the pay family is protected

Oeiiny, in Savannah, Ga. and trtotlsm side of the meeting.! against uninsured drivers
Mr Island.. T. W, Oliver In St. Simons 1_.1 hL Glsay"Americanism spoke Project"of the in Post's whichmembers when you have Un-

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Patz and of the Post would be insured Motorist cover-

family and Raymond Guertin responsible for putting up, taking age with Nationwide's

spent the weekend with Mr. and down and storing American, Family policy. There's
; h/""" Mrs Ole Lauiltsen In New Capt. Roberts To Demonstrate
*jll1fltttiMarw : flags. quick settlement for bodily
BT1' j *** l the
Port Rlchey. The Commander said that
Yes, yoCf can'have,the' "_ ,- aZI2"wssiiixr> -' -- Among those attending the Self Defense At Woman's ClubCapt. merchants would have to PU1"chase injury; liberal Ask about medical

< 2 r UF-FSU game in Tallahassee the flags but then members payments.
'very best .Gas Area,, 'Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Roberta, of Gainesville Police Lain In charge of the Traffic Division. lie holds of the Post would take the Family liberalized

1 Guy Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Dept., la shown demonstrating one of he tecba certificate with the State Department of Education over and make sure the flags benefits designed for the

Heater orrlh'efr/iarket ,x Townsend Strickland, Mr. and niques of Ms program on personal self defense which certifies him to teach In the Florida were displayed on special holi! safest drivers in Amer

t6day, and'still enjoy, ,qtM,, Mrs.Mrs Carl Ervin L.Andrews Johns Mr.Mr and and for women, which he will present at the StarkeWoman' Peace Officers Training Program. He Is the days. lea.

Mn Gene Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Club meeting Wednesday, Oct. 9. at only fully registered Instructor of combat police BILL POWELL
very'low ''v + by the! courts for processing,
heating ,-, Charles Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. 3:30 p.m. judo and karate In Florida.
preliminary medical checks, Phone 964-6464.
George Roberts Jr., Mr. and Capt. Roberts Joined the Gainesville Police AU women of the community are Invited to haircuts
fingerprinting, and
costsFleatxbelt; as 404 W. Madison St.
M" George Pierce Mr. and
Dept as a patrolman In 1951 and Is
now Capaee this Important demonstration next Wednesday signment. It will require about
Mra. Bob Ferguson/ Or. J. E, Starke, Fla.
30 days for classl flcation of each
Denmark, Jimmy McRae, Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin StarUna Inmate
teat and Mrs. Guy Sale, Mr. and
bettetr ( ,j I ? Mt-4. J, C. Hobbs and Mr. and and daughter were vacationing -
Mra. Richard Hobbs. last week in the Smoky Bradford Home Extension AgentTo l
Mountains and also visited
Mr and Mrs. Charles Fields PAYROLL ENVELOPES,
Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarezin
and family of Jacksonville were with or without carbon flat-

F .. = visiting Mrs. J, H. Fields on Warren Mich. Head State In 1970Bradford Bradford County Telegraph.
arxlfr Sunday.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Pn 964-6305. Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co.

Vergle Flynn and niece! hate returned from a two Home Office Columbus, Ohio
weeks vacation, with week
Mrs H J. Waters of Tallahassee one
in Whittler, N. C. and week County's extension -
a openad Monday on property
spent last week In Atlanta.
L Chittahooctiee, and Nashville.Mrs. with their daughter, Mi's.: J. N. home economics agent Miss known aa "the old alrpsit":; Serving Florida
Blanche Englander and Belche and family In Norfolk, Martha Sue McCain, has been southeast of Lake Butler.

daughter Suzanne, of Fort! Va.Mr. named president-elect of the The opening ended more thana Since 1950
and Mrs. Douglas Roml'le Florida Association of Extension -
Lauderdale were weekend visitors ; year's delay occasioned: by deficiencies !
are new residents of Starke and ; Home Economics Agents. in work and materials Clorit
of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. a '
Green and also visited Mrs. C. art residing at 610 Lake Street. New officers for the statewide which had to be corrected before (greeting ( anti,,. fff .

D. Williams in Bradford County Mr. Romine a graduate of ; : organization were electedat ,pitting the new facility into ....... eormv. I d "
Hospital. FSU in August, Is a new class an annual meeting Sept. 6-7 : "':IV'IV'"'' "aeaG'o.Mrs. .
teacher at the Florida Kennedy. Miss McCain use.The
room at Cape
center puts Flol'lda'scOl'l'ectlonal
Miss June Harding and DaveTurr.el' new i
Stte Prisonschool.. will take office in September system in the forefront i Cordially
of Atlanta are visitingMr. Carolyn ,
Friends; of Mrs. Golda Mar 196'1) and head the organization of
the nation
and Mrs. T. B. Hal'dlngfrom according: to
tin will be interested to know: through August 1970. This year i
Director Louis
Wednesday to Friday L. Wainwright, Welcomes
IOcro Discount Marian fowling celebratedher that she returned to her homo she Is In charge of the organ He said a national survey recently Representative
here after spending several ization's program of work.
twelfth birthday Friday showed most states with.: Ph. 964-5812 You and Your
months in Jackson Memorial Miss McCain will In 1970 have
night with a slumber party for out separate facllitljs! for classification 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
Hospital Miami, following aserious charge of planning the convention -
six girl friends. and diagnosis of Inmates
operation. She has been of the National Association Starke New Home
Mrs Kathleen Goethe of Palalkp .
On Any Heater PurchasedIn recuperating In a nursing home of Extension! Home Economics
Friday to Monday
was Tiffs: new complex embraces
and her sisters Mis. Olive En. Agents which will
gut-it of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert deilin. Mrs. Gertie Plckhardt. ami in 1971. 4 buildings! and a hospital, laundry The State of FloridaIt
Thomas in Starke and in the
and housing for personnel,
ana Mr. and Mrs Gerald Albunji Miss McCain begins -her 10th
OctoberWe 'Scrub. accompanied her home. year In extension home economics sprawled over 50 acres of a 500- Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and

Mrs. II. M. Rlchaiclo andMrs Mi>. Pickhardt will remain : work this month. She has acre tract It has four dormitories To Aqualnt You With Your City.
E. K. Perryman visitedMr. capable: of housing 384 in-
here for while. .Bradford County since
a been
and Mrs. Lyle Buck In E.
mates, and a separate
Collier here from
Spin Colding. of Naples Ap'.ll 1965, coming
Palatka on Sunday. 192 permanent Inmate work. If you are new in the area, a phone
County Tax Assessor, and Lewlsburg, Tennessee.
Carry the Largest Selectionof Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and
J. C. Sealey, of Moore Haven,
Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville ers.Oarile call will: bring you a prompt visit
Heaters in This Area were Sunday visitors of Glades County Assessor, were Curlee, superintendentof
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the new facility, said that
from local hostess. Please! give
Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss: Sales RevenueUp your
Geue Long last Sunday. Mr. pen completion of a 025-bed

Come in and Get a FREE Annie Mr. and DarbY Mrs Fred Bennett Colding.' Mr. Sealey, and Mr. hospital, the center win!! serve as her a call! She has maps and many
Long have been attending the 76.73% the central medical facility for
spent the weekend with relatives
GIFT Just for annual conference! of the Tax the entire prison syst m. free and wonderful gifts for you
Looking in Suwannee County and
atended the homecoming at ths Assessors Association of Florida In CountySales It will receive all male Inmates from local businesses.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
In Jacksonville this week. committed to the division
Philadelphia Baptist Church.Mr.
and Mrs. William Smith .. Tornado Class Rings at Williams
SLADE and children have returned to Jewelry.Lt. and use taxes collected
thtir home in Bogata, South and ?I1'.s. Harry Loper of by the state during August ,10000000. *
Fort Rucker. Ala. spent the climbed to more than $41.1 mil.
America after a months vacation
In the States. They visited weekend with her parents, Mr. lion, a 72 per cent increase : ;zndy's7ernedies| : :
GAS AND APPLIANCES the.r parents Mrs. Helen Atch- and Mrs. J. R. Bullington. over collections! during August,

ley in Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lola Nelson hn been! 196?, State Comptroller Fred O. 0

Mis. L, F. Smith in Staikev transferred from the Bradford: Bud( ) Dickinson, Jr. has announced. i r 1tL O
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701 tcrnado Class Rings at Mil- County Hospital to the Alachua .
Hams Jewelry, General Hospital for further observation Bradford County showed a O

and treatment. 76.13 per cent Increase going 0 urn'', ji'' iI iiUeII mnuu-nu O
Mrs. Lucile Davis has returned from $24,258 in August of '67 to 1
from a two weeks visit! with! $42,709 In the same period this
I :Mr. and Mrs L. F. Smith and year 0

family in Paxton. Her grandson, Clay County climbed a whop OO .
Larry Smith entered his freshman ping 110.84 per cent Increase 1
I .
PLEASURE year at Troy University from $35,994 in August of last

TrOY vAla. year to $75,891 this year. 0 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Dukes gav And Union County, which cal I. O

a family birthday dinner Sunday 'lected $3.535 last year, received O
for her 1 grandmother., Mrs. Em. $5.497 In August of this year, a O
ma Badman 14 friends and 54.64 per cent increase. O O
Bring The relatives enjoyed ths occasion. Dickinson also reported an 0 0

Mrs. Dennis Williams and Increase In gasoline taxes with .
children! of Largo and Seaman $16,295.271 collected last monthan 0
Whole Family! John Spengler of New London. increase of $1,909,899 or 0 c .

Conn. are spending this, week 13 per cent over the amount 0 .

with the W. H. Graham family collected during August a year G y .

and Mrs. Spengler, and 'baay! ago
Dad, treat Mom and the Kids to 0 0
son. They are also visiting Mrs.

Dinner out, with plenty of Good Graham[ who Is a patient In U .
iBrndfsrd County Hospital. O
Hew Prison .
Food. Family Fun. Our Menu Is PFC and Mrs. Arthur L. HolU- O -

set to suit every taste: with Special: Menus for Children. Enjoy our Pleas day of Fort Benjamin! Harrison. ReceptionCenter O 0
Ind. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0

ant Atmosphere, and warm Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes! A. N. Holliday: for three weeks 0 0
prior to M.\. *. Holllday's dcpniturefor : OpensA 0
duty In Vietnam. Skipper, let's call our friends at First Federal. :

Try Our Delicious Buffet Mrs.her J son-in-law R. Wainwright and Is dauzh-visiting Medical$74 Center million for Reception the !Florida and : They always seem to know what to do when disaster .

ter. Mr. and Mrs. John Kojw- strikes.
SERVED was officially 0 .
lousos and daughters In VestavlaHills

Ala. for ten days. .

BUFFET BUFFET Catlett, Va visiting Mrs. 0, r !
L Haynes Sr. this week Starke
11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 P. M. to Mrs. J. M. Vickers and daughters I9w
2 P. M. 9 P. M. Janice and Jean, of Brvns- SundaY-Mass: 9:15: a. m.

ROLLS BUTTER wock, Ga were Sunday visitors! ThursdaY-Mass: 6:30: p. m. OF STARKE 0
of Dr and Mrs. H. H. Adams Miraculous Medal Novena:
$ I 25 TEA $$1 75 Jean Ann Whlffen celebratedher Saturday, 7 p. m. ,1s N. Temple AT*. Phone 964-5000 O

COFFEE eleventh birthday anniversary Confessions: 5 p. m. and 1 O
Saturday evening when: her p. m. O
parent.,, Dr. and Mrs. D. W. ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
Whlffen. took her and six girlfriends Keystone Heights 0 The 3rd Quarter Dividends for 1968 have already been

:! to Shakeys Pizza Parlor Sunday-Mass: 7:30: a. m. and credited to the accounts.
in Gainesville for a pizza party. 9 a. m. e
e Wednesday: Mass and Novena
7 p. m. .

Tornado Class Rings at Williams ST. MARY'S CHURCH 0 0

Jewelry. Macclenny O 0
SlJ1daY-Mass: 11:30: a, m.
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O/ Interest To. Marie Elaine Smith t: n'I FI'Ufry

Weds Mr PeeplesIn '' I

..mhl Baptist Church .

WOMENGladys d' i'
Miss Marie Elaine 'Smith of ; .uio I
1 # Klngsley Lake, daughter of Mr. ;
1 IV
and Mrs. J, R, Smith of Graham
and Michael PeeplM!! eon 'I
Mooty: Phone 964.7608 of Mrs. Mary Peeples of Hampton "Quiet folks; aren't the only
1 v r, were! united in marriage ones who don't say much."

Diane Cox To Wed Sept. 20 at 7 p. m. in the Cal '. -
Ift I every Thursday
vary Baptist Church Starke.
Duane JordanMr. ;R double<*.v. R.ring H. Butler ceremony.performed' the H fJr, at Starke 138 W.Fla.Call 32091 St.,

and Mrs. Ray A. Cox an. Decorating the altar were Second class postage paid
nounce the engagement and ap largo baskets of gladioli, mums at Starke, Fla.
proaching; marriage of their and ferns against a backgroundof Subscription Rates:
daughter, Diane, to Duane Jor branched candelabra with In trade area: 4.50 per
dan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil burning tapers year; $2.50 six months.
M Jordan. :Mrs. Evelyn Bradley, trfantst Outside trade area: S3,00
Miss Cox is a 1968 graduate and Mrs. Lavesta Macy, soloist, Ftti per year: $2.73 six months
of Bradford High School and t A rendered nuptial music. E L. Matthews, editor and

Is' employed at Lake Butler Apparel O. L. Lester of Graham served :., JI publisher
Company. ta best man and the ushers
Mr. Jordan, a 1967 graduate were Jlmmle R. Smith Jr., .
of Bradford High School, is brother of the bride, and Lee
employed with Guy E. Cleveland .1.1l Lester of Graham. "H
Heavy Equipment Rentals Miss Faye Dyal of Graham ,,'" a 4 bae
in Gainesville. l served as maid of honor, wear.
A December wedding is plan Ing a floor length A-llne gownof if'f r

ned. light blue brocade. Her veil IFhwBY
of light blue tulle was attachedto .
Junior Club a circlet band. She carrieda \ 1
cascade arrangement of white
To Meet MondayThe menu with light blue streamers. \ J J.J NANCY'S FLOWERS
.. .
, Sonja and Sarah Biggs,
Conservation departmentof daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bob- / r' THE LARGEST FLOWERWe
Taylor-Crews the Junior Woman's Club will w v by Biggs attended as flower
present a program on Fire Prevention girls, dressed in street length EL can't imagine flower as
Engagement Told at their meeting Mon \ white dresses and carrying centered with a cattleya orchid.A Nil' .. Lovelle. large as one called the Rafflesla.
day,Oct. 7, at 8 p m. In the club. white mums and baskets of reception was held at the Following the reception the that Is found in the East Indies. t If!
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Taylor hou.se.! mum petals. home of the bride's grandparents couple left for a short wedding It measures from three to four
announce the engagement Hostesses will be Mrs. Elzle The bride was !given in mar at Kingsley Lake. The trip to Miami. The bride travel. feet across, and
and approaching' marriage of Ganders, Mrs. Larry:: McAllister, riage by her maternal grand bilcle's table was centered witha ed in a Navy blue :suit with the single blossom
their daughter,Odessa Charlene, and Mr. G. W Loper. father. She was attired in a four-tiered wedding cake top. matching accessories and wore that bloomson
to John .Allen Crews, son of Mr. floor length satin gown design peel with a bride and groom the orchid from her bridal bou the plant may
and Mrs. John Crews of Lake ed with a fitted bodice and A- Flanking the cake were silver quet. weigh as much as
Butler. Southside PTA line skirt decorated with lace candle holders( with lighted Mr. and Mrs. Peeples are j1 fifteen
The wedding will take place Plans CarnivalPlans and seed pearls on the bell white tapers. The punch bowlat graduates of Bradford High t This flower Is
Sunday, Oct. 13. at 3:30: p. m at sleeves and around the bottomof one end of the table was encircled School. Mrs. Peeples is employed not enjoyed by
the skirt. Her train was attached with a garland of ivy by Food Fair Store in \
the First Baptist Church, Ral- for the annual Halloween !J;; natives, however
ford Fla. Carnival were made Tuesday at the high waist. Her and hurricane' 1111'!S. Cutting the Statke and (Mr. Peeples is employed "t, tLy
Miss Taylor Is the granddaughter evening at the Southside Myrtle Lee Howle years In Okinawa. veil of Illusion fell from a seed cake was Mrs R, H. Butler, with a construction com because it has a
Mrs. Young has been employed and) assisting in serving were Gainesville. very unpleasant odor.
pearl and lace crown. She car- ( pany in
of the late Mr. and
PTA meeting. the Weds Mr. YoungIn with Maas Brothers in Gain. ;led a nosegay of white mums Mrs Buddy Adams and Mrs. No, we don't have the Raffle-
Mrs. H. M. McRae of Starke. Don Neel presided over
es\llle prior to her marriageMr. sla in our shop, but we do car-
All friends and relatives are meeting and Jim Hobbs principal Jacksonville Young Is serving with the Bradford High School. She attended ry the most beautiful selectionof
Invited. introduced each teacher. V. S. Navy as a career. () St. Johns River Junior Decent Births FILING CABINETS Typewriter fragrant flowers in town. We
The room count was won by thethird MSS: Myrtle Lee Howie of
College and Santa Fe Junior Stands Desks, Chain,
can fill all floral needs.
EZERASE TYPEWRITER grade class of Miss Ga nesvllle. daughter of Mr. At present she is a 'Mr. and Mrs. Randall Davis your
Safes. Bradford County The next time need
PAPER Mime Paper Bond Kathie! Corey. Parents were invitee and Mrs. Robert L. Smith of BCtiior: at the University of, announce the adopt'on of a son you flowers
Paper Notebook Filler : to visit the classrooms. Kingsley Lake and Ronald K. Florida in the College of >Education ; Andrew Mark, born August 13. Telegraph I-call 1>>,
Bradford County Telegraph. The Southside PTA will have Young son of Mrs. Ardlth from which she expectsto Seaman and Mrs. John 5png-
four meetings during the year- May\ ) Young of Idaho Falls, Idaho graduate in March. Her ler announce the birth of a son,
ADDING E1ACf iNEst Mwn October December Februaryand were united in marriage grandparents Include Mr. and Michael Graham on Sept. 23 Then You Use An Andrew Charge
> or electric. For sale or May. Sept 24 at 6 p, m. in the Jack- Mrs C. W. Walters Sr. of Dublin In the Jacksonville NAS hos, Account
rent. Add subtract credit bal. Refreshments were served by sonville NAS Chapel. Lt Cmd. Ga..' Mrs. W. H. Holland pita! i Grandparents are Mr. Your
Prescription Tax Recordsare
anee_ Bradford County Tela- tho fifth grade mothers. Jack E. Dorsey, USN, perform 11it: and Mrs. S. L, Peek Sr, of and MJ-s. W. H. Graham and
For You Us
Mph ed the nuptials. Starke. Major and Mrs V. J. Speng- Kept By

The altar was decorated with Mr. Canova, also graduate ler. Andrews
r a DrugsFor
HOME OF matching floor baskets of.mums r rig; of Bradford High School at Rev. and Mrs. Denton Sum-
and a background of lighted rail of Starke announce thebirth .
KOCH'S tended Mars Hill College, the Fast Delivery Dial 004.7170REGISTRATION '{
candelabra. University of Florida, and FlorIda of a son, Austin Lee, on
MEDICAREAnd Mrs. Ann Newman rendered Technlcial College. He U 'Sept. 29 in Alachua General
nuptial music. Hospital.
employed as a computer programmer
Sick Room Home Jlmmle R Smith served as with the Florida: -
best man and Jimmie R. Smith Farm Bureau Insurance Company Bradford County Hospital an- BOOKS
Jr. was the usher. in Gainesville. nounces the following births:
Comfort SuppliesSALE Mrs Elizabeth Smith attended The couple will be marriedon Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tom-
her sister as matron; of hon. M Friday. Nov. 29. at 7:30: p. llnson. Lake Butler, a daughter, CLOSE SAT. OCT. 5THAT
AND -- RENTALS on, wearing a yellow floor m. in the First Baptist Church.All Linda Carol Sept. 29. ,
length sheath with floor length friends and relatives are invited Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Mc-
WHEEL CHAIRS BED PANS train. Her veil of illusion was to attend the wedding Clellan, Lawtey, a son, Jeffrey
CRUTCHES INCONTINENTPANTS secured with! a circlet band. and the reception which will be Robert. Sept. 28 5:00: P. M. .
WALKERS She carried yellow mums. held In the church educational Mr. and Mrs Terrance Lee
CANES URINALS Given In marriage by her } building immediately following. BoatwrIght Hampton, a son,
CERVICAL father the bride wore a white ; fv Edward Richard, Sept. 30.
FOAM CUSHIONS tho wedding ceremony
sat'.n! gown with chapel tralnemIJ1'oidered Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Hall Office of Supervisor of Elections Will
COLLARS with lace and seed Miss WaltersIs CORRECTION'INANNOUNCEMENT Harley, Camp Blanding, a.
pearls. Her shoulder length veil daughter, Lisa Michelle, Sept. Be Open From 9:00 A. M. to 5:00: P. M.
You Can Rely Koch Drugs for EngagedTo
on secured to a
of illusion was The seconl: paragraph,:: In the e I 23.
Precision Quality and ServiceYour crown of seed pearls and lace. David CanovaMr. Farr-MoElroy: engagement aincuncement 'i- -
She carried white and yellow last week:: Be Sure
published LABEL MAKERS, from to Register!
Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at spider mums and Ivy. the and (Mrs. Sinclair L. should have read as follows: e.es.- Bradford County' Tele-
held at
A reception was
KOCH'S DRUG STORE. Fresh, Potent DrugsAt home of the bridegroom's parents Petk Jr. announce the engagement "MI s Farr graduated: : from graph Pb 964-6305.
and approaching marriage Bradford High School and Is em
Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Register
a In Idaho Falls, Idaho. Deanne
of their daughter Mllbry -
1 In
ed Pharmacist. At Koch's, 'Your Health' Is On their wedding trip the Walters, to David E. Canova, ployed at General McElroy Electric graduated
Our Alain\ Concern. May We Fill Your Next couple toured across the United son of Mrs. Levy A. Canova Sr. ,Hague. Mr. School and
Prescription? States, visiting friend! and relatives and the late Mr. Canova ot from Nswberry; Hlzh Davis ElectricIn : ]
in Idaho and CallCol'nla.They Starke. Is employed with WORLD SERIES

Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. will leave Oct, 29 for two Miss Walters Is a graduate of Gainesville

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con Lake culverts will be investigated -- financial shape. There Is presently youth,who has felt rejected.This
Formal RequestIs to (63 if the county is I aI City Approves $139,458 in the .bank. Ed- Is a national program of the
reipons'ble'' for tearing it up. I! afnsusv wards said some $52,000 belonging Baptist Church.
McKlnney said the! boat broke to the! power plant revenue Those taking 'part In this presentation
Made ForDrainage loose from its mooring on 68-69 BudgetContinued fund and $87,194 to the general are: the pianist and
at I k'v'
Sampson Lake and lodged Au "s Pl fund.\ soloist, !Linda Perry; Reactor,
the culvert under SR-125. iis The clerk also told the council Richard Hayes; Narrator, David
Renewed its contract with t t4J + that the cltys Renewal Replacement Brantley; Guitarist and soloist
StudyContinued Florida Pest Control to spray ) ( from Page One) and BettermentFund Linda Prince; Soloists, James
the surplus commodity storage required kept under several Hayes Ann Quarles Arnold

( from Page One) rooms. p' bond Issua ordinances was Reed Joey Hayes Connie Mar-
Agreed to pay per diem + i ?, 4'dl.c one-ton pick-up for fighting brush up to such a level that $14.000 rls David Brantley, and Debbie
tee be asked to give a report of wages to* CD Director Frank fires. could be transferred tl) the operating (Reed. The Rebels were B-enda:
Williams to attend the Oct. 27-
Its activity at the November 31 annual conference In Milwaukee \. ..c Included In the Police Depart. / budget. Adams Jessie Mathews Debbie
Commission! meeting since! he U. S. Civil meats $87,616 budget is $2.200 That Is what was done thus Reed. Rudy Dampier Zan
Ws.: of the
has heard nothing! from it in Defense Council. Williams will for two new patrol cars and $900 putting the budget:! $8,707 in the Brantley, Emory Perry, and
the past several months. be Installed as treasurer of the : for two new radios both controversial black With that much to play Joey Hayes
Noegel also asked who would national organization. In the first budget seselon with, the Council started adding
be on the Board of Appeals under Agreed to provide County last :Friday. back items it had previously WY1NE' PRIEST ADMITTEDTO
the! new zoning ordinance depart Such: items included:
Attorney T. A. Yawn with a Much of the police chopped. TEXAS BAR
Clerk Churlej Darby said he e ltd for trade-In for a neW
ment's $8.000 increase over $1,000
survey of a ditch! owned by Mrs.Maude Wayne Patrick Priest grandson
would tend: Noegel a copy ot es of Hellbronn\ Springs ,c 1987-68 budget -of $79,533 comes car for Utility Supt Oscar Da- of Mrs. T. A. Mesereau of
the zoning ordinance. BO the attorney can proceed : from salaries for a bigger force via Starke was in top five pe r cent
Home RuleA with condemnation of the prop. .M w .a Yt and several positions such as $1,000 for renovation and] of class of 600 who were admit
special home rule vote will ert).. The county wants to dig 5 captain, which. have not been fencing of the Reno recreation ted to the Texas State Bar in
be placed on the! ballot in the the ditch out so It will\ flow better lilted. faculty ceremonies in the State Supreme -
general elections In November: Into: Water Oak Creek. Street and Garbage Department -$850 additional grant to the Court building Austin
the' Commission decided. The -Ordered a letter written to : budget: totals $82.323. al. library. Texas on September: 16.
home rule question can be J. C. Dubos, Lake Butler, giving ) w thouzh $23.000 for commercial -Salary Increases of $350 for A graduate of Tulane Univer
placed before Bradford under a him fin days to remove r garbage containers new etreet the city clerk and $300 for the city where he received a Bach-
lo&al bill passed: by Rep. Oene pulpwood from the right-of-way paving, and a 'brush chipper police chief. Both had requested elor of Science degree in 1962
Shaw: for the six counties he of a county: graded road. If it were cut from the spending bill. $1,000 Increases. Mr Priest has been on the
represents. Commissioner: Jerome is not removed a warrant will Left in Is $1,800 for a new pickup $2,500 for a sidewalk on Pine Denn's List every semester
Johns said. be issued for the man's arrest, t..J.. ,,-wr.Y U..ww.__ _l. ... .---I' truck and J3.800 for a new Street in Reno from Paula Storeto since' entering St. Mary's University
Under horns rule the county th-i, Commission d clded. r 1 1-2 ton truck with a dump SR-1S. School of Law. He is
could pais laws and make ordinances -Agreed to pay the plane :body. $2.700' to the contingency e'expected to graduate "cum
instead, of going to fare of Miss Martha Sue Mc. Baby Red CheerleadersThese Although the Recreation Department fund:! to provide automatic merit laude" when ho receives a Doc.
the legislature to have a loca: aln county extension: home eco. budget was cut to $24- pay raises for various employees tor of Jurisprudence degree In
bill passed Johns said. nomls agent to Phoenix Ariz 413 from its present level of $25- as set up several years ago under January. He Is an associate ofa
In other action, the Commission for the national convention of six Bradford High School students are vatt, Kay Turner and June Hardy Their sponsor 235, $1,000 was still included a '.plan adopted by the council. law firm in San Antonio
: extension horns economics responsible for urging the supporters to nolsly Ig Mrs. ImoRene Bryan. Monday night to fence and renovate Texas, where he lives with his
-Told Buford E. McKinney agents. Miss MCan: Is the presi encourage the Junior varsity football team Opponents In the remainingjunior:! varsity the Reno Recreation Center wife and two children.
the, loss of his boat at the Samp- of the state organiza.
dent-elect Mat-
which has six more games to play this season games ate: Orange Park, Oct. 3, at home; Lake AH salary increases were His mother Mrs. Clay
lion tlx, is the former Mae Merser.
Don't Be -Received a letter from the The JV cheerleaders are (l-r) Carol Reddish. City Oct. 10 at home; Palatka, Oct. 17, away; deleted. office, anelenel'al I Eliam Baptist eau of Starke. His father Hu-
City of Starke agreeing for the Ann Terwtllrcar. Denise Winkler, Debra Pre- St. Augustine, Oct. 24, at home; Live Oak.'Oet. Administrative tund appropriations are Youth Choir pcvt Priest, is a resident of
city to provide electricity for 31, away; and Gainesville, Nov 7, at home. increase
most of the
DECEIVED an flashing light to be placedon up $25.700, Sings 'Good News
In the mew city pension
coming ...
SR-100 at South side'Elemen that most persons can make The course will be taught at pie must apply for a special which will\ cost $27,400 in Lawtey.GLASS
Ily Advertised Prices tary School.\ arrangements to get their ears night with meetings in Lake presidential ballot before the 196869. An 'Increase for theBrad'ard The Youth Choir of Ellam
Total cone of contract Is -Accepted the 1968 tax roll to the station or have someonedo City, St. Augustine Palatka, books close on Saturday. set Baptist Church of Melrose composed -
Library was
what' you actually par. Get -APproved the continuance of it for them Station Manager and Jacksonville, Supt Oscar To be eligible to vote In Florida :! County requested $1,709. of 35 teenage-s: under the FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
the HEAL FACTS before at half the
funds In 1968-69 to seven! elderly Frank Williams said an averageof Davis said.Okayed. elections a person must $850 direction of Mrs Joe (Gilbert! )
sign. Our payment are
you persons confined to the Starke 70 vehicles per day are being purchase of 1,700 have lived In the state one year figure. Reed have .been presenting a
last Thursday
from 98 to $15 per After meeting
lees, with the same down Nursing Home. inspected now. He said, however feet of cable for the power plant in the county of his present night for five hours then.again worthwhile musical program in FOR EVERY PURPOSE
payment and number of --APproved a $52,312 paymentto that very few persons when Supt. Davis said some residence six months prior to / the Councilwas this area. It Is a Christian folk:
Trlest Construction Co. for tojk advantage of the late wire Is on the ground. be 21 Monday afternoon musical written in the popular
months to pay S per cent the elections, and must: still hunting Monday night SHEA'SGLASS
bank financing No hidden work on the new courthouse weekday and! Saturday hours -Refused to pay a $25 dental years of age.TYPEWRITERS. cut out $5,293 to sing-out style of tenagers today,
charge Ten top manofao contingent upon examination of when the station was open at and medical examination bill for a place and is called "Good News." The
the work by Architect Frank; those times. is balance the document.The CO.
were represented for a city policeman who whe" message It brings Is inspiring
George now on the force. The new Po- : Manual or delemma was solved 'because it finally converts the 1724HS1724351
LOW Granted a license to MaryA. th': last session! of the Leglsla- EU-ctrlc. For sale or rent. City Clerk Merrill Edwards told skeptical young non-Christian 1111 N.W. 4th Place
Johnson to operate in the lice Standards Act passed in Bradford County Telegraph. the board the city Is now in good Gatniivlll
OVERHEAD county as a fortune teller and I Is
Asset both of ex
ture requires types
occupation of a similar nature. ...... aminations.: Chief Biggs said. 0000000000000ooooosooooooo ooooo0000
It! budget transfers
Doe -Okayed small
-Accepted the engineer's recommendation -

Dad The and Owners Brad-- judge.Instructed! for the sheriff that S.and county Sidney Fire Truck prelection Rust-Roofing for the provide that city cathodic Electro water Su House i

Drive The Trucks. Raffel who owns the old air- tank on Pratt Street. I Brooklyn pply
south of Set
ALL DISPLAY10.12 SIZES ON Starke pot on be U.notified S.301 that thecoul.ty Policy hospital-Gave and a Mutual life Insurance of Omaha proposai -

will cut lateral dralnaga to Councilman Tom Nolin1:

8 1/ BATHS WIDES Alligator ditches onto Creek his property Commissioner from (Continued from Page One) Nolia to compare suggested,item-by-item with the city's as : HIGHWAY 21 .- NORTH KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA o

AND EXPENDABLES Jerome Johns said the county in for terms George Pierceof Professional
new ; with
present policy

LAKE GENEVA had past dredged Raffel's to cut out the property Alligator lateral but ditchesto Creek neglected appoined Thomas and city Pierce attorney was and re- : Our Thanks to the Hundreds of People Who Made the Opening :

Cliff Hazen Starke post master

MOBILE HOMES piling property, \water fill could on Into the the drain bank.creek from after the was trustee-Told re-appolned Clarence as a Rhoden city bond to Saturday : Days f fo Our GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE a Success. Don't t t

AIDE S inspection to-Decided 4:30: p m hours. five to days leave at 7:30 per: the a week...auto m. obtain the Zoning residents a plan Board, surrounding get and approval approvalof his of Final Day o Miss Out on This Great Sale. Yo u Will Never BUY AT A BETTER *

One mile S.E. Keystone Buck Norman

Heights on Route 100. said Commissioner several persons complainedto property the trouble before of the estimating city ROCS the to To RegisterContinued PRICE. :
OPEN SUNDAYS him about the station being cost of extending utllltltes to a
off fromwork.
when people are
Phone 473-4320 trailer park Rhoden intends to
But the Board decided place=! on US-301 south across ( from Page One) 0 .

from the Longhorn Restaurant. qulrements can vote In the presidential THORSEN DROP
-Took no action on a requestof election if they arc DERUSTO SPRAY PAINT
Burke Ellington proprietorof their home In Florida,
Starke Ice Company to enforce FORGED TOOLS t
the Supervisor said.: These peo-
301 DriveInSIIOW an exclusive franchise! *
grunted Charley E. Johns former '
operator of the plant to STARKE + SOCKET SETS .- OPEN END OR :

wholesale and retail ice in the 1/3 OFF
city.: Attorney Pierce said the BOX WRENCHES
: .
BEGINS AT SUNDOWN firm has recourses through BUSINESS .
ADMISSION\ : Adults 75c, Students 60c<<: civil action in the courts.
Children Under 12 Free The Stark Ice Company was DIRECTORYAUTO Now 25 % OFF :
granted a' :30-year franchise on
FRI., SAT.. SUN. OCT:4,5,6 Nov. 17 1953 for $1 per year : INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR .
which Pierce said appears to be
Double Feature Programa valid SERVICE GALVANIZED OR PLASTIC
-Accepted an Invitation from : PAINTS 0

Chamber of Commerce Man- Gilbert S. Brown
krve story.. of today. ager Pete Novak to attend the PIPE FITTINGS
Thursday noon Board meeting of Governors.of theChambr's Standard Oil ATLAS Service Station : ALLCOLORSNOW25OO F F :

"You may see something Inter. TIRES & BATTERIES : .
estlng there." Novak said. Budget! Terms Road Service Now 1/3' OFFShovels
-Approved three promotionsin PHONE 964-7071 .
the Police Department at 407 N. Temple Starke LONG HANDLE
.JD-- th" request of Chief Bobby .
Slugs-:: Cpl.\ Bill Chambers was
i promoted to captain a new HURST'SSHELL POCKET KNIVES :
position; Patrolman Pat Henry 4
d ,................'..-M.. was promoted to ]lieutenant
W Stanley Kramer and Patrolman Harold Crews Service StationGas CHOICE.

t n.rou.. was promoted to corporal\ Oils Lubrication 4 REG. $2.95 .
Spencer Sidney Katharine -Approved attendance of a Goodyear Tires & Batteries
short course on water and Now 97 each
Tracy: Punier Hepburn sewer systems for two members 301 and 100 StarkeFLORIDA Now - - $2.14 c :
of the Utility Department. *
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1 Houghton Showtime--Wee': days' 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 .

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and American Legion Auxiliary. bond. is being planned: by tha Vo-Tech work In that area. Enrollment

I Man Shot In Survivors are: Mrs Corene Darwin E. Deal, Baxley Ga.. Center and is scheduled fcr four fee is $3.

Hampton ArgumentAn McNeal, Starke; Mrs. Maude charged with reckless! dining nights a week .for three weks The class will meet from 7

Hough Deland; Julius Royal, Int a school zone, $27.50 bond. in November to 9:30: p. m. for 12 n4ghts. Those
18-year-oId Hampton youth, Starke; W. F. Royal. Phil Pa.; Harold Joseph McDonald, According to( Millard Brown, Interested should contact the Vo-

Samuel "Sharpie" Clark is In er.All evidence to date indicates Monday. Oct. 7, at S p. m. cooperate with the captain for Paul Royal, Phil. Pa.; Horace Ocala, Fla., charged with soil-' Vo-TecJi evening coordinator, research Tech Center.:

"good" condition in the University that Clark was shot three times, Basketball practice will be held the of the drive. Rev. Royal. Washington, D, c. Sgti .citing without a permit, $52.50 has shown that a minimum -
of Florida Mechcal Center although: doctors In the medical Monday Wednesday and Satur Carlos Burnett pastor. Car R. Royal, Vietnam, Mrs. bond. of <15 per cart increase in
after being shot three time witha ''center reported five points of day. Flag football will be held Greater Bethlehem Free Will Mildred Cowart, Philadelphia, Leon: Lockhart, Dade Fla., sales can be expected as a re- the Olt wmUU

.38 caliber pistol, according to entry of bullets into {'Clal'k'19' Tuesday and Thursday beginning Baptist Church. Rev. Lewis Mc- Pa. Mrs. Doris See Ft. Pierce; charged: with reckless driving: suit of taking such a coursa.

the Bradford Sheriffs Depart- stomach and chest. After Investigation at 4:30.: All boys planning Kay pastor. Monday night Choir Mrs Alma Jenkins, Starke: 32 $37.50 bond. Instructions: will ba given in

ment. however, the sher to take part In these athletic No. 1 will meet. Tuesday night .grandchildren, 27 great-grand Phillip Glenn Price, Jacksonville such areas as prlnciplss of retailing
Released .under $5,000 surety: iff's! office believes that a bullet activities are asked to meet Choir No. 3 and Ushers BoardNo. children, and tW3;>> great-grand1 charged with unlawful techniques of selling, '

bond is Tedrick Brown. 21, must have shattered causing Mr. Jackson at the Recreation 2 will meet. Wednesday grand: speed, $52.50 bond. merchandising! applied sales s

Hampton who Is charged in more wounds than shots fired. Center Saturday morning: at 10 night Prayer Meeting.! Thursday Funeral services will be held psychology, sales promotion, gift GO ,
County Judge's Court with assault a. m. night Story Hour at the Saturday, Oct 5, at 11 a. m. Retail Sales wrapping, ticket writing, caaher-

with Intent to murder. The Assurance forms and player church and Ladles Circle. Fri. at' New Bethel Baptist Church.MAYOR'S ing auto sales, household appliances .A

bond is returnable Oct. 29 at Colored Citizens contracts will be filled and day Prayer Band meeting. Sun Course Set merchandising, and display "
Plea Day signed by parents and turned In day School at 9:30.: Morning "These days, it's quite Incredible

The shooting took pines during New by October 7. service at 11. Evening service' COURT At Vo-Toct The course Is open to persons to us that the United

an argument at Rot-:.t Loggias The center will be opened 6 p. m. Visitors always we!. already employed in retail salesas States was founded as: a pro
Cafe off \ER-18 east of Hampton dally from 4-to 6:30 and Friday come. Eight cases were heard at A retail sales course for adults well as ttosa who want to test against taxation.! ."'

abort 8:45 night from 8 to 11 m, Mayors: Court Tuesday with six ...... _
: p. m. Saturday night, p. Greater Allen Chapel AME -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- - - -
according to Deputy Sheriff Kenneth NOTICE! NOTICE! Church Rev. L. A. Sampson, of the eight persons Involved ................-...... .....--....

Fcgua.: investigating off!. All persons who have not registered Dell Chapter 168 will meet pastor. Friday night Love forfeiting their bonds. .
to vote please dd{ so. Thursday night: at 8 p. m. In Feast. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Appearing before the court e
The NAACP is working to get the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Morning service at 11. Holy welt Geraldine Simmons: charged :

Get GED Test every person registered. For Street. All members are askedto Communion, 6:00 p. m. service. with aggravated assault and Baldwin Oldsmobile
Information contact Mrs. Annie please be present and on The Church anniversary will placed on probation, and Pear |

ApplicationsAt.VoTech Jane Bell Mrs. M. J. Whit, limo Sister: Alma B. Bacon, be celebrated November 10. All lie Mae Simmons, charged with

CenterGED Rev. Lennon Mos Sherlle W. M. members are asked to cooperate fighting and put on probation. o

Brown of Hampton, or Eliza CHURCH NEWS with the captains in this Both are residents of Starke. J You To TheSHOWINGI
bell: Walker. Free transportation Ebenezer Baptist Church drive. Failing to appear and forfeiting J
examinations high
will be furnished. News as follows: Sunday Schoolat OBITUARY their bonds were:

school diplomas maybe takenat All young persons 21 years of 10. Morning !Service, 11 a.m. Mrs Sophia C. Royal, age 79, William F. Robinson, Jack

the Bradford-Union Voca- age and who have not registered Evening service at 7 with the of 1526 E. Estelle Street, Stark-, sonville, charged with failure I
tional futl'I'e.Applications Technical. Center In theODea.r please contact Miss Shirley Junior Choir serving: all day. died Saturday, Sept. 27, in to yield right of way, $27.50 GALAInvites !
Cohens and committee to give Prayer meeting is held each Bradford County Hospital. She bond.
for the OED tests you the needed Information. Thursday night Chctr No. 1 will was a native of Bradford County Domenlca Tlrello Gladleux.
may be made until October 7 Free transportation will be pro. rehearse :Friday night a member of New Bethel Rt. 1, Box 228, Lawtey, charged
at the vo-tech center. Additional. The reckless and failure 2 OF THE ALL NEW
vided. annual rally will terminate Baptist Church, past Matron of will: driving :
Information may b:' obtained by RFCREATION NEWS the second Sunday in Octo Jericho Pallbearer, to have vehicle under control -
[honing 9646150. The Fall program will begin ber. All members are asked to Hcorlnestof causing an accident, $140

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kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy .
George E. LaRue
If you find your name among the Classified Ada, Clemson. Layton travel trailers .
Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. INSURANCE AGENCY .
come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Buy, sell, trade. Year bank 11Auto Fire Homeowner .

nancing;, free st and de
FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive livery. BUCKEYE up TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT tr 0

In. MART INC., 6912 Blinding, Keystone Heights 473-4692 .
Theatre Passes
Ja'lt771.8'778.. Hchgf .

FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrlgeratlon WANTED USED gas cook 0a
CLASSIFIED AD RATES HASTINGS MATTRESS Service. Home and $15 up. 10 different stove or electric, refrigerators; .
brand. to choose from.
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS CommerciaL Phone 4'133090name beds, dinette sets, bedroom .
Up to IS words ____ 1.25 710 Leona St. Palatka Parts it excellent repairs all Phone
P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg sets, sofas and chairs. e
Furniture Repaired makes. KIRBY SALES A .
(Minimum charge) 964-7923. Pahmers. tfchg
Upholstered & Refinished INSURANCE SERVICE 712 N. Main. Gainesville 0 4.4.2 Holiday Coupe '11 UCI- .

Each word over 15 -_ .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT AT REDUCED RATES 3767110. tfchg FOR SALE-2 large floor .space 0

I AUTO. FIRE BOAT heaters. Nesco, 51,000; Washington 0
Extra charge If New Innersprings .
not to
DID YOU KNOW It's easy: with .
35.000. Complete
and Box Springs
paid In advance ___- JW own a Longchamp Home?
and dampers. Also 153 gal
Drop Us A O rt or Call INSURANCE AOKNCTtfchtf Better bunt for F<>rf4a/ liv 011 storage: tank and guage on : AND THE :

Memorial, Resolution PALATE EA 50IMMRS. ing. Your plan/ or ours lees: Good condition. Reason
PEGGY SHAUJCB: Your lot or ours. Contact Bu able. 200 E. Adtelns St. TF
7 cents per word 209 E. Adklns St. PUMPS ford Mitchell, phone 1 6846853. -

BCartIa,_Agent P O. Box 238, Starke. FOR RENT- Small furn.lshedCARDS
USED .. .suitable for individual i
OF THANKS u's a house or 1969 Chevrolet i
SALES-PARTS-SERVICE couple. Especially nice M. A.

50 words or less ----- 8.00Each I Deep & Shallow Wells Payne, 964-6560 after 5 p. m.

Water Softeners & Filters JIMMY MOORE'SSUN tfchg
word over 00 _. .01 j 0 ,
Fxpert Service On SPORTS ---- Ne .
FOR SALE-""Refrigerator, gas + :
All Makes stove Innersprlng mattress and 0
WANTEDtnefl:: "aiid i women Phone 964'-7061 rt *' MOORE BOAT TOR, box springs. Phi 964-7073. _

for Mobile home and Home Im j UURRANCE PUMP i YOVZ MONEY t* 2tp-10-3 0
!Starke! Ph. 664-5791
provement Sales. Cabanas
car. _
ports, patio awnings, screen: en ,, e t t AND SUPPLY CO. SERVICESPECIAL. FOR SALE+.1961 Tempest station .

closure utility bldgs. Will train. wagon 4 dr., automatic .

Call for appointment. Aluminum I FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE Ski Rig ____ _- $395.00: transmission, radio heater, air A .

Products All Florida Mobile ready for occupancy. :3 bed New Model Engines arriving conditioned. $425.. Call 964-5871. 0
Home, 473-4178 tfchg I room 14 bath. 'seated just every day 2tp.-10-3 .

NEW outside of city limits In .
FOR SALE-Coastal Bermuda + .
TilE KEY TO Plnebr ee. Easy monthly FOR RENT TV sets, baby Hay, sac bale and 'up. J. B. 0
O terms Longchamp CC'Nt.CO.. beds electric guitars and am
Gracious White 964-6114. tfchg er'
Contact Bifoio Mitchell,, ro, refrigerators by day .
Town House Do-It-Yourself pone; att4-H8M\ P O. Box week or month. Phone 964- MEN WANTED Men cottage '1> > .

738 Starke Uchs 7923. Dahmers. tfchg parents age over 21 Starting .l '? 1
APARTMENTS f." '" !. .
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$295 month, promotion opportunities -
Sell or Rent ALUMINUM PRODUCTS pay and regular increases Q;;.' -.-'...,-.... .
\ Furnished I Awnings, Patios, Cabanas, in pay 8 hour day, 5 0 '69 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe .

I or Unfurnished SUCCESS Carport:; Boatsheds, UtilityBlclgo. day week, sck: leave, vacations,
1 Florida
'ei0OINMFIND dn4tatod. :An interested,
state retirement. If
Buford Mitchell Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts.
please apply in person Personnel
Phones THROUGH Ph. 473-4178 ttchg
Manager, Sunland Training Center
964-6853 964-6760 General Oalesvllte, Fla. tfchg BE A WINNER I
WE MAKE i Jerry's Management A. J. Thomas Realtor,
: Real Estate, and Appraising TWO BEDROOM house for rent O
WANTED Good used Mobile Training Program Corporations and
for Estates on Hampton Lake. 2 screen porches -
Home. Cash waiting Phone 4734186 -
30 Years Experience
I Individual garage and utility house.
after 8 p. m tfchg I (No Experience Necessary) in Florida Land Mat Water furnished. Phone 4681528.

THANK YOU NOTES- -Beau- I I ters. 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. 2tp\ -10-3 i OLDSMOBILE'S :

tlfully engraved la gold or MEN WANTED Laundry IF 964-5701. TF dig
silver $1.>*..1'01'' box of 25, In '
workers Kltchere aids, labor SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned, o
.eluding envelope; ; Bradford ers, cottage parents, watchYou I enjoy working with oiled and adjusted In your
County Telegraph tf man cooks and clerks groundpeople like to meet the home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs :
FOR RENT-Large two bedroom keeper, truck driver. Five public happreclhaiteha school also. All work guaranteed.

A. C. furnished Apt. with day week, eight hour day. Dennis E. Cogglns. Rt. 1, Box
education! between 23
Carport and Laundry Room. sickle retirement vacat1ons'l!I a:1d40: years oil 89, Raiforrd. tfchg! o Exciting New Delta 88 Royales Given Away! :
Across from, B. H. S. Renner If .
Here Now No Purchase
Apt. 633 McMahon Phone 964- apply in person Personnel I SHINGLE AND ROOFING Register: -- Required. 0
6279' Manager, Suntand TralnTHEN Wcrlc-Guaranteed. For estimates

Ing Center Gainesville, Fla. call 964-7236 after 6 p. m. : PLUS :
TRAILER LOTS tfchg We want to talk with you\ 2tp-10-3 ,
about paid Management
RENTALS! NEEDED Furn Training Program I .
shed or unfurnished. Strout thru incentive beIn r Machines for sale eleo
$15 Down $15 Month Realty, 2117 N. Temple Ave., nus future assignment tries: subtraction, credit bal. : Chevrolet's :
Lake Lots $2500; Up Starke. Fla. 1904) 964-4WHN from Florida to Ohio giving! ance. Bradford County Teleftraph. -

-Investment Properties you a wide choice' of locations tf o
FOR RENT-12x58 3 bedroom and Uw future: of ownership e
trailer. Also 2 bedroom trailer. WANTED USED WRINGER o
S. E. McKAY participation.
At Jet. 16 and 225 northwest of washer: Will pay cash or take o "Super Sport Sweepstakes"GRAND
Realtor-Appraiser Starke. J. B. White. 964-6114. i In trade on anything. Dahmers

Keystone Hts. 473-4816 tfchg NOW I Dlcount House. tong .

LABORERS WANTED-Perm- I Write or ealllmmed1.1e1y1 I WAITRESSES WANTED-Apply 0 IUZE-19/9. /} Corvette Coupe and Camaro SS Rally Sport Coupe 0

CONCRETE BLOCK w/brlck ve- anent position. All company For Personal Appointment I In person Longhorn Restau tfchg 0 PLUS $1,000 cash. e

ner home 3-bedr ooms, 2 baths. benefits. Minimum starting rate, I GARY G. HAYNES rant 301 South. COME ONE Come all If you are 2ND PRIZE;-1969 Impala SS 427 Sport Coupe PLUS $500 in cash. e

Large family room, separate $1.65. Age 18-45. Apply lB SouthernWood Jerry's PestanranU FOR SALE-FrlgidalreImperlal over 21 to Mattox Long Bridge 0 3RDPKIZE-1969 Chevelle Malibu SS 396 Sport Coupe PLUS $500 in

dining room and den. In excel Preserving Co.'m'ldRln, 362 N. W. 34th Terr. Refrigerator' ; 30 gal table. top Club 100 Bar & Lounge. Dance 0 cash 9o
Fla 8 to 4
a. m. p.
lent residential neighborhood. 4tch -10-17 Gainesville, Florida. electric water heater; aluminum and listen to Connie Phllman 0 4TH IRIZr(50( Winners) Magnavox Townsman portable color TV.
Call 964-5641 after 5:30: p. m. Phone 378-7526 roofing, 10 ft. long. Can be seen and his Chaperells Band Wednesday 5TH IRlZE-(6,500( Winners) Kodak Instamatic Hawkeye 3-A Camera .
Up HOUSE TRAILERS at 725 Laura St. Phone 964 6467. nights 9 ill 1:30: a. m. .
kit, Includes film and flash.Register.
NO. 681 -OVERSIZED HOMEWe have the locations priced at Up Waitress wanted. Located 4 0 .
$310.00 close In but out of the FOR SALE)-Beautiful large 3 miles east of Lake Butler on
Large lot, 80 x 400, 4 bedroom,
Unfurnished 6- Now At .
FOR RENT State Road 100. Itp :
2 bath. Family room, 17 x 38.City.. bedrcom home. Central heat, school. Reference
house, near
HOMES Insulated. 2 blocks of shopping room .
2220 sq. ft. Many extras Only D. Carlton' ,
: $19.500 and FHA approved Prices run from 6000.00 to $20.- center. Phone 9645174. tfchg required-Mrs. LIBERAL REWARD for Information
St. Cloud, Fla.2tt
NO. 682TRUCK FARM .39 500.00. 1322 Ga. Ave.? 10-10 leading to the recovery .

acres tobacco allotment, barn, We have never had a bettr selection Furnished, 2houses. > of Cuckoo Clock taken from my 0
fenced several Pecan and fruit from which to choose. sentimental
bedhome Sept. 27. very
One-3 bedroom. One- FOR SALE OR .
trees. Well for Irrigation.: 2 Tell me what you want in the a.lrcondltlonvalue to owner only. (Any Information
2 bedroom, 3 blocks from Court- brick home,
1 homes and owner reserves life way of housing and I will show room will .be kept confidential .
house. Phone 964.5884 or apply ed and central heat, fine location -
estate in home. $15,500. 1.3 what we have.
one 5332175. tfchg
down. A. J. Thomas Realtor at 570 W. Call fit. Itchg 323 N. Walnut St. $130 per Phore .

Strout Realty 2117 N. Temple Tel. 964-5701 month, available now. Call .
Ave 19041) 9114-6009 WANTED HOUSES to be Gainesville 378-9666. Itchg FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. 4f0STARKE
HOUSE For Sale Klngsley Lake wrecked. "Reasonable." Carl- 2 bedroom, living room kitchen

FOR SALE-Nice 2 B. R. C. B. area. 4 bedroom: 1 acre, storage ton's House Wrecking. Phone FOR SALE-Pony, good size, and bath. S40 00 month. Contact e
Home top condition, quiet house, ?e-p well. Small down 964-S85a.) Up $50. Also pony with new bridle Mrs. Harold Smith Road 100-W. Os 3ol SOSTS moll 964TSooS

#. neighborhood. Large lot, terms payer "t. Phone 533-2461. Itp and .saddle, $100. W. R. Johnson, Up : FLORIDAw !

LARGE Like new modern home FOR SALE-1968 Ford Pickup, FOR SALE-16 gauge: automatic OrlHls Loop. 964-5754 Itp FOR RENT-burnished or unfurnished ,

3 br. 2 baths family room ca.rlow mileage. Small equity and shotgun. One deer rifle 7-7 mm apartments. Also .
port. Nice neighborhood $400.00 take up payments or trade. InOne 410 single banunerleu shot FOR RENT-1 bedroom cottage house in country. Reasonable

Down. BIll Powell, Broker. Ph. quire at Hurst Shell Service Sta gun One 45 automatic Colt pis' on Klngsley Lake. Gas Heat, rent. W. H, Nollman. Starke.tfcbff, 0

964-Met-964-6810. lion ltp tol/Phone 4734735. lip Guy Sale. Phone 533-2366. tfchg
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< .Sf' t T$ ;'< Big Red To Test, Jackets' Sting

1:7;: -
:. \.< & lM"? "They could be tough as of Coach Foots Brumley could phy at split end. ceiver. He has good: hands and!
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:: nails.' says Coach George Loper be rough. They held Lake City The Jackets are a medium la fast
any y of the St. Augustine' Yellow scoreless almost the entire first filzeo squad, quick, with good Tackles Noel Perry and Ed Swine Field Day
Jackets who: come to town tomorrow half last Friday the Tigers team speed, a lot. of hustle, and Willis are also big and tough,, Postponed Due
to take on Bradford coring In, the first half when are tough up the middle, according though no weights were given
Tornado JV Romps High's Tornado grldders at 8 they capitalized on a fumble inside to the BHS scouting report In the Jacket program. To Hog CholeraDue
p.;m. St. Augustine's three yard against Lake City. GrIder Is an accurate short
Despite being stung twice, 19. line minutes before the second Halfback Mark Shelley, number passer usually drops pins to the outbreak of hog
6 by Leesburg and 41-0 by tough Period ended. 33, is a horse on both offense straight back. Halfback Bill chclera in 17 Florida counties
, 27-6 By Macclenny/ Lake City, the Yellow Jackets .The Jackets fumbled sue and defense, BHS coachessay. Lewis, number 21, also likes to ,7 the 13th annual Swine Field
times and that took the sting out Quarterback Fred Grider throw the football. l Day scheduled for October 3
aa Lake City went on to white is a capable performer; he was With two weeks to work on at the Suwannee Valley Experi-
Downing Baker High's junior Tony Castlen, kicked three of wish them 410. But they held shook up last week, but U expected both. offense and defense the ment Station In Live Oak has
varsity 27-6 last Thursday, Sept: four Tornado>> extra points too e big Tigers Inside the five to be :In action tomorrow Tornadoes figure to be sharperIn been "postponed Indefinitely"
26, the Baby Tornado grlddsrs: against Macclenny putting one r yard line twice. Lake City also night. both departments.Coach according; to Kenneth L. Dur-
won their first game of the 1968 through the bars after: the Big e vl Intercepted a pass for a TD. Right half Jim Stancel injured Hurse however Is not x rance associate animal husbandman -
season Red had been penalized: back to The Tornadoes of Coach David his l knee against Lake City satisfied with his team's zip with the University.
The Tornadoes go against the the five yard line. Castlln also Hurse will go into their second but may be in pads Friday and go so far. Hurse says. the of Florida's Institute of Food
Orange Park Raiders: here tonight gets Inside the 10 on kick-offs. contest without the services of Tornadoes will have to come and Agricultural Sciences.
Thursday: Oct. 3)) at 7 Linemen p.raiseby'! Tornado end Tim Murphy and linebacker 1 8t around soon to a cohesive unit He explained that the post
,.o'clock In their third game.They: coaches were Tony Castlen, guard Ralph Morgan. Both with more spirit and desire If. ponement of the event follows
were beaten 6-0 by Gainesville Gene Raulerson, Mike Macy starters have sprained ankles they are to survive the season recommendations made by the
High In the opener two weeks Brant Turner Gene Harris, Danny >- and will not dress out. against teams like Lake City, Florda: Swine Producers' As-
ago and now stand '1-1 Jackson Randy Zlpperer, and Tom Marks, a junior, will replace Palatka, Live Oak, Orange sociation: and Dr. Clarence
Quarterback Dean Johns Gene Roberts Murphy at defensive end Park, and Bolles Campbell state veterinarian
and Tommy Blackshear, who Offense with the Florida Department of
Backs drawing !
scored three touchdowns, a praise were
did a good job at linebacker Donnie Elder, tight end; Ad- Agriculture.
Dale Johns,
sneak a bustspass play, and Bernard Brown,
after Morgan was injured ra Mac- Ricky Johns Perry Juday,
option keeper against
an against Mac c 1 envy, will hold Smith and Scotty Smith tackle; might be rescheduled at a later
clenny. But he Is lost to the Tor. Wayne Bennett, Lavern Outlaw
i.4' that post again Joe Green will Joe Green and Steve Crawford, date, and an announcement will
Dean Johns, and ,. Gene Mauls
nadoes for the season after Joey Bennett .
replace Morgan offensively.Ad.ain guard, and center Robbie Smith. be made if it Is rescheduled.
'breaking his hand playing tackle Joey Bennett: will replace: the Fullback
;l' Brown will replace Mur. Backs will be Bill Belote, quarterback -
football Sunday with, a group of injured Dean Johns at quarterback ; Ronnie Grlggs. run SafetY
BUI Beloie
boys. against Orange Park. He QuanerlMlekc.elllltaia Dine back; Gene Melvin fullback DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Dale Johns scored the fourth will be backed up by Wayne and" BID Adams, Hanker.
Tornado: TD. Bennett and Bernard Brown. Defense
26 Stars
Tom Mark and Donnie Elder,
ends; Charles Smith and Tex: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-SlTft

,, Charles Smith Patrick, tackles; Willie Cohen
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.. I t .. ...r rt* ... ""M 4 .. WIfP""" '''' ."ikWatfriat,, ...ti.j against the Tornadoes.End and Belote, Adams.
.... 1' ':.11'7. ,... ., Ron Hawes number 85, Origgs.( and Melvin at safeties. HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIR?
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..- Tornado coaches have handedout
: 1i. ft1! 26 silver stars to be pasted : C

i '.. ),.. ,1 on helmet outstanding performances
;..'__ ''I' :::':1''t.1 by their players in .
; the 26-0 blinking of Baker County -
.: ,
i ) I' '... ,""v..t ij. Sept.: High 20.Fans In the season's opener toaVe .

can also look for something .
new on player's helmets-
Members of the Tornado. vanity: cross coun- Coach George Loper, Ricky Frick, captain, and black hands which indicate thata II.

try learn are (l-r): Allan Pals, Reggie Flynn Ray: I/owry. In back: Ernie Trlest, manager, player has ,been responsible for
and Jimmy: Andrews. incurring a penalty against the 0
Tornadoes. The latter Is an idea
the coaches dreamed up last I

week. e its ReA month
.Two players garnered two e

each of the coveted silver stare.

Tex Patrick, tackle ,and end, hada 0
rj pass interception and a23-yaird<

run. Quarterback Bill Belote had eo Tune in RCA't Bing Crosby Sp.cial with guest stars Bob Hope Diana Ross & The Supr.mei-NBC-TV. Wednesday October 23 :
ti :, \I two 25-yard runs. Stars wero
r also given Adraln Brown 25- .
yard-run: middleguard!' Christy
Chandler: tackling! the :passer; o .
andTim Murphy, Interception: ; o Giant-screen 8 t
linebacker Tommy Blackshear,
recovered fumble; tackle Char. : t Color Consoletto : :t
lee Smith, tackling the passer;
sa'ety Bill .Adams, interception; 0 that swivels! 0

Member of the Junior vanity: cross conatry team. and Jim Temple, tackling the r rro f l .
passer, and fullback ,Willie Cohen r Fiddle-free Automatic Fine
extra effort. U U lJDU J U Tuning (A.F.T.: ) and giant-screen! o
Big Charles Smith, veteran color viewing in a -saving e
BHS Cross Country Teams 220-pound tackle who played his i Color TV ,o swivel consolette. High .

usual steady game, was In on the performance 25,000-volt chassis
most. tackles-8. He had four Individual provides traditional RCA
Bradford HUh's Ricky Frick Leper's description of Garrett's Gray Flynn, Randy Martin, Paul:! efforts and four assists.- picture quality. New Vista.VHF .
!finished! fifth with time of 11:13 effort. Williams Dennis Frick, Mike
a : Don Elder Steve Crawford Wil- '' and Solid State UHF tuners 0
Saturday, Sept. 28, in a cross There are only five members Cissy, and (Tommy Gaines, for lie Cohens, Tommy Blackshear i
country track meet with Class on the varsity crosscountryteam. improving their times. and Tex Patrick were in on six assure channel-pulling power. .
AA defending state championLee Bradford's finishers: la order -. Fifty boys are 'cut for the middle tackles. It's a real bargain buy .
High School of Jackssiivtlls. were Allen Patz RaggleFlynn : school tam: Many of seventh Tornado tackle. and assists a j in Color TV. 0

A'10:49: won the two mils: race Jimmy Joe'Andrews, and and eighth graders run the were as follows! : C. Smith 4-4, D. r e
which took place at BUS Bay Lowry all of whom knock AM Club each morning at 7 a, Elder 4-1, Steve Crawford 4-1, 0
Leonard Garrett, co-capt. of ed better than minute off previous m. as well as at 3:30: each after Willie Cohens 4.1, T. Blackshsar : 0
the Bradford Middle School times. noon. 3-3 and ,Patrick 33. Individual 0
leant; took: seventh place In the Middle School team members The cross-country ,will travelto tackles were also credited to .
race at 13:04.: "Tremendous Im praised by Coach Leper were Fletcher: High at Jacksonvllla Bill Belote 3; Patrick, Chandler, Th Model QARVEV, QU.6t e
provement": was Coach George \Steve Futch Jimmy Lowry, Beach Saturday, Oct. S, /or Its Ronnie Grlggs, and Gene Melvin 23*di'...295 iq. In. picture 0

next face.rt'layor. two each, and Tim MurphY

Bill Adams, Tom Marks, Jim
NEW BOOKS Hurst Temple one each.Quarterback : $56888 i

At The LibraryNew Speak To VFW Tornadoes leading Belote rusher was with the

Bows now available at On City Gov't. 95" in 12 carries a 7.9 average. :
the Bradford County Public Library Fullback Gene Melvin also car :

: Mayor Carl Hurst discussed ried 12 times for 50 yards, a 4.2
ADULT FICTIONThe ('tie duties- and responsibilities yard average. Running back e
Ewe Lamb Erskine; r cf( hs( office and answered Ronnie Grlggs also had a 4-2 i I L: RCA..First in Color TV
The Occupying Power Griffin questions pertaining to city average with 34 yards in eight

; The Insurrection of Hippo- government at the Post 8008 tries. Fullback Willie Cohens had ___ eo
lyte Brandenburg; Morning VFW meeting Wednesday night, 92 yards in three attempts a .
Noon & Night-Cozzens; Mal- Sept 25.Programs. 10.6 yard' average. QB Mike Nor. .
gret'a Pickpockets Simenon: for the coming man had 27 yards In seven tries
The Oreen Gauntlet Deldar- year were outlined by Commander for a 3-8 yard average. : 0
fled, ; Once An Eagle Myver; Julian iMcRae who also Belote completed 5 for It passes -5- ._ Big-screen
Cal'avagglo-Payne; I Am Mary. appointed Homer Satterfield as for 109 Yards in the opener. oe o
Dunne Moore; Preserve It' .4.S membership chairman; Ralph Ronnie Grlggs was the leading -- Color in a e
ProtectDury; Fuzz Me- chairman and
Bryan program ; receiver with three catches for :
Bata; Figures in A Landscape Conley J. Bush, Americanism 60 yards. Tex Patrick caught one ColonialConsolette o
England! ; Many A Green Isle- chairman C. J. Tillman was for 41 yards anJ Bill Adams "-
Turubull; The Salzburg Connection 5 appointed Post Quartermaster, Caught: one) for 8 yards. : nn no I .,
-Maclines.: A Post roster and
program BUS coaches were satisfied
ADULT NONFICTIONAssassination : outline for the coming year with the 26-0 win >bU not with U U lJDU U Space-saving cabinet fits .

Robert F. Ken. Will be given to each member the overall performances of their Color I TV almost anywhere. Thrill to 0r
neclY 11)25-1968) U. P. I The I
; at the next meeting Paul Ca-
!players. Much Improvement Is 0 unsurpassed Color realism on .
iscxual w'lderneas Packard; :nov,. Post Adutant.\ \>nounced. expected for the second gameagainst the glare-proof big-screen
Here and hereafter- lUontgom- Americanism will be stressed e o
St. here Friday picture tube. 25,000-volt
cry; The draft- Friend; The in programs during the coming Augustine
night after an date .
open chassis delivers bright, high-
'Single Girl Goes To Town- year Commander McRae said,
which has given them two weeks
Barr; The right people-Bit'minsh.im and plans were made to assist contrast pictures. Automatic 0
; Fabric of guilt-Block; veterans and their families preparation. o chroma control keeps color .
Coaches did, however
i Clmmplonsnlp baseball Baer; r When and where possible. praise intensity the way you want it o
some individuals. Coach Mike o
A sentimental journey through / M Rae announced that the f Automatic color purifier.
\Sexton lauded the work of .
France & Italy-Sterne; Groupsin membership drive would soon junior o
the new MathematicsThe; Smith Playa be underway and; that the post Tommy Blackshear who steppedin o .
Latter-Day Saints-Mullen; The For Prep SchoolBarry hones to increase membership at strong side linebacker .
Jeweler's Eye- Buckley; Mac. substantially during the coming when Ralph Morgan was In. .

mlllan Bible Atlas Aharonl; year. A membership dinner will jured. ThvQUINCValGL 0
Smith of
D. son Mr
Modern ABC's of bow and ar and Mrs. X. M. Smith of Starke.Is be held during the fall Middleguard Christy Chandlerwas ar--'.....,.ass l5 MI In. pictuS ,. 0
row- Glllelan; No deadly drug a "pleasant sur
-MacDonald; The pump house a member of the football prise" by Sexton. But the coach o
gang Wolfe; The raw pearl- team at the U. S. Military Aca said Chandler needs work on
Bailey. demy Preparatory School at Fort J pulling from his offensive guard i $569.95
JUVENILE FICTION Belvotr, Va.. 3 miles south of post.

Helter-skelter Moves; Ra. Washington, D. C. Center Robbie Smith, playing
mona the pest-deary; Pirates- The football team plays a rigorous his first game after being outlast o
Island-Towrrsend; The winners ten-gams schedule, Includ- "Success Is just around the season with a broken leg, Plus Liberal Trade Allowance
ing the West : and corner-only sometimes It'sa
Wier; Told under the magic Point PUbas.: was praised for getting to the :
umbrella- Association for Education Dam-ridge. ;>> long block. Baker linebacker who played o
liter: nation; Battle of eight yards deep Guard Joe o WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING
St. George without -McNeil: Attendance: ot the Prep School: Duclden and Donald O'Neary- Green did a good job blocking e :
The lonesome egg-House; If I leads t(> an appointment to West
straight ahead Sexton said, but
Jacobs; Kangaroos & other
were a mother-Mlzumura; The _Polnt onQ year later. an. needs to work on pulling. e e
imals with pockets
Nock Family Circus Huber; Robin In the Greenwood -Serraililer Dl-saurs It their wOl'ldPrln..Darling;. Guard Sieve Crawford. was e Winkler Electric Inc.

Duchess! bakes a cake- Kahl; ; Would you put your gle; FUrot book of spices-Klagaburii ]lauded! for his work in the weak
The great It terrible guest money In a sand bankLong.man : ; Vietnam It countries of side of the Tornado forewall and ,

Lovett..JUVENILE. NONFICTIONBible ; The high deeds of Finn tho Mekong Henderson; Ma. tackle Charles Smith gave his S 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7594 .
il'vIlicCoolSutcllll; Jortnda It rooned In Orbit -Balou; TheCassiopeia "usual steady performance,"
for .ch dren- Kllnck
; JorlnllelGI'lmm Hudden and
; Affair Zerwlck. Sexton said. .
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\ Our editorial. .

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FIRST NAT I; a+ rwY ar '+ ";. 1DAKK Letters to U.S.MAIL

,Jfd 3 rvra" ""wi

the Editor

Character The Real IssueAt Dear Mr. Matthews: Dear Mr. Matthews:
Thank you for your letter During my visit to Starke
a time when there is so much terest rates-important as all these asking for rdJltlonal information early this month In a search

wheeling and dealing', backing and fill.itoj questions are--but trust in the man on "love-bugs." for :Information on my grand
Our entomologist James Brog- parents who lived in your town
who has to sit in the White House and
?, changing of positions from day to
den say that the reason they about 1883 I was very pleasedat
day, and so many spurious issues injected /.. pass judgment on these issues, is the were not noticed In this area tne help I received from
into the national campaign it is way Mr. Reston expresses it. i PQv until about three years ago la many of the people whom I

refreshing to find a strong new character lIe adds that nothing could be ,more that they had not shown up met.The
emerging on the scene. stupid or fantastic than the present $ 44 6 hers until then !In great num people at the Library
We popular] notion that the election of Mr. YS; bers. at City Hall and at the County
refer to Senator Ed Muskie a rug' They gradually migrated Clerk's office were all most
ged gentleman from the State of Maine Nixon, Gov.: Wallace, or Vice President r{ from the Gulf Coast Loulaana helpful I was particularly

who one political pundit has described:; Humphrey will produce law, order and ::" has had swarms of them for pleased by the help of many
as "the most refreshing figure in the justice at home or peace abroad, simplyby years The "love-bugst" move Individuals including Mrs. C
American campaign" the force of the man in the White very slowly, so they did not F. Ward who gave me a great
reach this area. until several deal of Information on the
House. "None of them has the answerto
According to columnist
James Reaton years ago. Brogdon says the Starke area as it existed before
Senator Muskie "is proving that character these troubling questions," says Mr. y., "love-bugs" have to have the the turn of the century.

can stilt prevail over all the slip Reston. Srop stile right conditions and ecological Very truly yours
pery imponderables of this election and The i issue, therefore is who can .: ; ', factors to thrive. Jospeh R. Poole
in the process he is raising the really be trusted in the White House to ;: The Entomology Department 6116 Springfield Ave.
Is doing
some research on Summit N. J.
fundamental question now before the the right decisions at the right them. But so far they have not
voters." This is what the American, people found a spray that helps control DIGGS TO SPEAKAT

lies ton observes th'at' Senator Muskie to decide in the few weeks them as Is the case with CIVITAN CLUB
between and November.It mosquitoes. Ralph Dlggs principal of BH3,
Is now
vice-presidential nominee of the '
Alma Warren win be guest speaker at the
Democratic party not because he comes could be decided easier if Mr. Ass't. Extension Editor Civitan Club at 6:43: a. m. Tues
from a big state not because of his reli- on would accept Vice President Fla. Ag. Ext. Service day In the Garden Restaurant

gion or his national origins but be- rey's challenge, expressed again Gainesville Fla. All members are urged to at-
cause of his integrity. "This is why he day night, to open debate on tend.

stands out among all the clever men. television.It] i FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM
the confused men, and the cunning 'and is hoped that Mr. Nixon will

cynical men in the presidential race today accept the challenge and '
," the columnist says. voters will be given this additional] alto-i fIiii'\!

"The gut question in this election Is portunity to "size up" the man they .\

not law and order or Vietnam or the elect to the most powerful position r'f

races or the cities or ideology or in- the world topics

Three-way Cooperation By PAUL C. FORAKER

Editor. Information ServicesA

Pushing through the laying of about agencies, the city, county, and
deviations from normal
Michigan psychiatrist says drivingin
one and a half miles of sidewalk with a board, contributed ]labor and
the chronic alcoholic Is a real a manual Issued by the slate:
joint city-county-school board effort this about equally to the effort.; menace on the highway even 1. Unreasonable speed (high),
fall took some time energy and coop' It marks the first time such a more so than the "social 2. Driving In spurts--slow, then
eration from all three bodies. project has ever been carried out. drinker." fast, then slow etc.
But the sidewalks built so children project itself is not so big, but t & ot Dr. Melvin Selzer, who has 3. Frequent lane changing with
made a three-year study of fatal excessive speed.
can walk to school safely instead of in cooperation demonstrated is at accidents for the University of 4. Improper passing with Insuf
the streets, have been completed several and most commendable.City l Michigan's Highway Research ficient clearance; also taking too
.Weeks ago. Councilman Neil Tucker set Institute says, "the unrecog- long or swerving too much In
New walks run down Orange Street to project up and pushed it through. nized danger Is the driver who overtaking and passing.
the drinks to excess and who usually 5. Overshooting or disregard.
Washington and east on Washington St. appeared before the county if
has emotional or mental prob ing traffic control signals.
past the Bradford High School stadium. and school] board several times to1 big lems." This of course, fits the 6. Approaching signals unreasonably -
Students can walk from town to the vo- work started, and is to be the alcoholic to a "T". fast or slow and (
tech renter and middle school and not for his efforts. Of course the risk of accidents stopping or attempting to stop
The three boards are also to be rises the more drinks any Individual with uneven motion.
be in the middle of a heavily traveled
But the peril 7. Driving at night without
has. greater
street doing it. mended for I lending< their support to seems to be the addict to alcohol lights; delay In turning lights on
A new walk also runs down the westside joint effort. who may have an ordinary traffic when starting from a parked
4 of Colley Road between South- We are most impressed with the record right up to his first- position.
t side Elementary School and Laura and nee in it the possibility of and last-major occident 8. Failure to dim lights to on

Street, thus eliminating the necessity of tort joint efforts! possibly much ( as Selzer studied the personal coming traffic.
9. Driving in lower gears with
1 of drivers
96 responsiblefor
students walking down. SR-100 to the S one board could accomplish .to history fatal accidents, and found out apparent reason or repeat.
school. things done which would benefit : Is 36 to be known alcoholics. edly clashing' gears.

Cent' of materials for the joint proj- community. "The presence of a large number 10. Jerky starting or stopping.
ect was just over $6,000 and all three I of alcohol-addicted driversIn 11. Driving unreasonably slow.
12. Driving too close to
this group suggests why the ders or curbs or appearing to
\ of the drinking driver
problem hug the edge of the road or con-
I Jacksonville Sets The PaceA has not been resolved" he says. tinually straddling the center
Selzer adds that alcoholics line.
tend to have overwhelming emotional 13. Driving with windows downIn
seed planted than three decades ,
more ;
by maintaining the cumberson and personal problems cold weather.
: ago came into full bloom Tuesday; lapping, and duplicating forms of and that this may be as Important 14. Driving or riding with head
when the governments of the City of ernment that had existed since the < as intoxication in causing partly or completely out of the
Jacksonville and Duval County were con- And still accidents.The window.
was young. they are
solidated into one. < us, common recognition factor Write for the free pamphlet
A court battle is
This action restored Jacksonville to now in progress for the drinking driver is simply "The Way To Go," from FARP'sInformation
to undo consolidation but the .
to out-of-the ordinary driving. California Services. Box 1147
first. place among Florida cities in population of the charter has been upheld in ex lists the following 14 Avon Park Fla.. 33825.
] with half a million people, and Court. I'l! so

at the same time made it the largest The new consolidated government ,' .

city, areawise, in the United States- be watched with keen interest by Senior Chapter for Chapter placed second in the

embracing almost 800 square miles. counties and cities of the state contests
FFA Officers Leading point winners for the
As Tanzler the
pointed out by Mayor ,
consolidation would .! : Juniors: were Gerald Roslr.llrst.place
per.ple of Duval County eliminated two increase the efficiency of Are ElectedOfficers In pulpwood estimation;

complete layers of government and all while at the same time reduce its Michael Bryan third place In
the duplication and lack of planning Inherent mounting saw log estimation; Larry Hicks,
expense. for the Senior Chap
in them. This was replaced by a saw log estimation; David Stal-
Several years ago there was talk ter of the (Future Farmers of asker pulpwood estimation; J.
more streamlined sensitive and responsive America at Bradford High
making a study of Bradford B. Gladieaux cellar (eye estimation
form of government, where the responsibility School elected two weeks ago
government structure with a view of the height of trees);
can be clearly traced and th'e'Old consolidation with one or more of :! of are: Jimmy ClemoAS ocular; Dale
pclitiral game of passing the buck municipalities. So far, nothing has Mike Tew president; Jimmy demons, land measurement
will be well Alvarez vlce-presldsnt; Donny
nigh eliminated.The of the proposal.In Senior Chapter point winners
Norman secretary; Gregory
Ronald Garvsr fourth
consolidation effort travelled a were
view of the good example set Woods, sentinel; Reggie Nor. place in aw log estimation;
road for before it
rough many years Jacksonville treasurer; Richard Sapp
perhaps now would be of man Gregory Woods saw log estima-
became a reality, for naturally there time reporter and Glen Ritch chaplain -
opportune to revive the tion; Jams Sutton pulpwood estimation -
was strong' opposition from those whose study ; Paul Norman, pulpwood .
: .
selfish interests would better be served Both junior and .senior chaptermembers estimation: Mike Tew,
attended! a forestry ocular; Jimmy Wilkinson, ocular
field day at Austin Cary Memorial
and Jimmy Alvai'ex ;
Think American! Forest last -week. The JunDONT measurement.

... ... ___
.. L. Americanism and Patriotism was the sary if we are to defeat the rMI

topic! for an address by Ralph Bryan of Communism throughout the world.

county commissioner-elect before mem The thought strikes us that here is

bers of the Starke Civitan Club two man still proud enough of our for -I

weeks ago.Bryan to talk it up in public. Far too many '

advised his listeners to "Think us speak only of our : '
:American !" and told how each personcan with the way things are going, all r

overcome apathy by praising the often forgetting the good things the

good things in our country and by work- our country.We .
ing to overcome the objectionable. couldn't agree more withfl.:

Parents Bryan said need to tell their Bryan. It's good to know there are and

children of their love for our country. who still believe that Americanism 00 ocit utqIj9M

More "Flag Waving" he said is nece.i Patriotism! count for something. for-

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The Bradford County ra .

TELEGRAPH X04y i! : : If you re a photography' hug, youcan't '
:MISS! OUT .. afford! to ml. the trernendou
\ :! ON FALL BOATING potential of Kali/ boating. Tree Imeilhoren .
1879 r,.... :\ The boating people are on the war- offer the proverbial "rainbow"of
path. Whut'n all/ the excitementalioul
color, ronlru-lrd against the brilliant
? They're out after the
scalp bluei of( the water and sky
I can do all things in of the early MMxm quiltrr. You know (mixing: .nlhllIII'la are also!> in for
the (.//low, Come: Labor ,
who pa Day tie haul a treat. Summers i>ongp'leil waterways
me. out his rig and! pull It in Storage turn into "private" lake end,
FLORI A ESS -Phil.( : The boating people' namely Kvinruiie : rivrM. Waterfront (fui'ililie. are mill
Today's prayer thought : :Motor, are mad because. thou.sancta open, and l you have. 'our i hoice of
ASS 0' T 0 N like of families are missing Dillon where to .1"" at special, "..ff.Mii. .fin'*
a pattern or blueprint
the bent
lime of
year to enjoy rule. For the bargain hunter, it
harmonious happy living.: : their rip.Stop tan't be l brat
can take this kind of idea,." 'Hi down to the "local' bout club Lest we forget the bnul-rainperi.
refuse to be upset or ) In any warm September. weekend and it's also a great lime" to enjoy your
E. L. about anything. yeti. 11 nee only a few ,people' out enjuyinft family fun. Once all..in.. .unuuerscongestion ,
MATTHEWS Editor-Publisher
be the (fun afloat. Why? There ; I.I a thing of the pant.
Published each Thursday and entered tie Second Christ in us we are (JiM Nn'l seem to .be any explanation, You have your pick of( campground
CUM Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida and harmonious at all : at other than 'lioulrrn, like, almost everyone There are no problem. with ativam.e
and under all : elf*. are creature of( halnt., This reservation, and no need to settle for
under Act of March 3rd 1879. We not achieve 8 look like, one habit. worth breaking! ".....ond bej l."
may ( Full. fishing I is. the greatest, and It look like only the swimming
r Subscription la trade area I ".541 Outside results on occasion don't
year ; every you have to contend with and water skiing .nlhll.III' have 10OIII.il
trade area: 1 year, $5.00. each effort strengthens us : 'nhouMrr to nhoulfler" ronditiono. ( their activitie But even the
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la-allF 1. -a ___ ____ ... .
her sister, Mrs. Iv.. A-idarson
of Crawfordsvllle, Ind. droppedIn
it's,a wOlla. .
Anderson for a had two-day traveled visit to Atlanta Mrs. I I II

..i1ibBy daughter, Ga. with Mr.her and son-in-law Mrs.: Buford and Let's AU Go To The

y Lament and children, and while
this near to Florida the group decided

Martha Sue McCain to travel on visit with the

County Extension Keys On family Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E.

.J Home Economics Agent L. Dirt and: ,boys pent the day

at Wendy Marlneland.Hill, a sophomore at I FOOTBALL GAME '

PLAN CABINET SPACE dessert have a weU-chlllea Chlpola Jr. College 1Mul.- I
anna, spent Friday through !.zn-
I Are you planning; a new creamy rice pudding made with
the Don :
day with her parents
home or remodeling your kitchen eggs and milk to supplementthe
? protein from the small serving gulls Also accompanied Wendy
If you don't Already know it, of meat. If you double the home for the weekend was a I
you'll soon realize that kitchen amount of sausage III the main friend, Becky An n, >who attends
cabinets are very expensive. dish, you will not need to the tame college. On Sat- '
Therefore It'.. important to choose a dessert that supplies urday the girls and Don enjoyed Tornadoes St.
know Just how much cabinet additional protein. watching the VF-FSU football vs. Augustine
Apace you really need. Here are For Variety Replace the game on television at the home
some tips to help you determine sausage with! thin slices of .on the Milt Misner: in Gaines
this. .smoked pork shoulder, or thin ville.! I
1. Base the kitchen: cabinet shcL':der pork chops well Charles and Randy Hicks also I II
area on the alze of the house. brcwned.HAMPTON, enjoyed viewing the game on I
This makes tense because what Saturday over caMs television
would be a desirable kitchenIn Gainesville at tha home of Char Friday October 4 1968 I It

a large house might be an les' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto ,
extravagant use of space In a Hicks. ,
email house or apartment. Mrs. Ruth Dyal and Virginia
Latest home economics research Roark and Ruthls spent Wednesday I f
findings suggest these By Mrs Mary Williams through Friday: in Stick-
standards for the amount of /bridge, Ga. with Tommy and
cabinet space: !Prtsy Harvey and family. The BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM 8:00 P.M.
1. Minimum plan for a house CHURCH ACTIVITIESA purpose of the trip was for both
or apartment with floor areas large group of almost 200 grandmothers to see the newest
of less than 1000 feet-6 feet to enjoyed: the inspirational music addition, their grandson, Thomas $
basic cabinet frontage. presented by the North Florida Harvey, Ill They report that
2. Medium plan for a house Gospel Singers at the Hampton mother and baby are dolnj line.
with 1,000 to 1,400 feet
square Baptist Church last Saturday Enjoying the Gainesville High i
of living 8 feet of base
night. Curing an intermission and Mainland (Daytona) football: .r ,. ,
cabinet frontage
the group was served delicious game at Citizen's Field cn Friday i a
t 9
3. Liberal plan for a house i
refreshments consisting of home- night were Wes Griffin: and ,
with more than 1,400 square feet
of floor space-10 feet of base baked pies, cakes, coffee and Phil; Nathan Green; and the ij" I!)
cabinet frontage. punch. Charles Hicks family, 5'
What is meant by base cabinet Twenty-two young people and After spending a 15-day leave f ... 71 t i
frontage? It is the length adults from the Baptist Church with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. < '
attended the services held at the : R'.iodn, Rcnald Rho- .-
of accessible base cabinet, Leroy < Pvt.
measured along the front edge. !Nursing Home In Starks on Sun den left last Wednesday: ta report ; : ,
Here Is a simple way of estimating day afternoon Again the group/ to Ft. Dix, N. J. From t r /S t
needed storage -yet it vas ,blessed! by tha warm reception there Ronald will be shipped to < 6
wot'ka. The recommended !given them by the patients Germany.We II ",.,
amount of base cabinet (basedon at the home. wish to extend warm t
frontage measurement) will On Monday night a group of 'birthday greetings to Loilss: Hogan I
give you enough counter space 51 young people and adults took Clarice Adkins, Clifford ri .
for working, and, if an equal part in the skating party at Prevatt, iMarcelene Campbell, /+' r. ,
amount of wall cabinet frontageis Lake Butler given >by the Chris Shirley Norman, Don Hill, and t
added, plenty of storage for tian Church. Those who assisted Ronnie Knight t
all items. as chaperones were Mr, and Friends of Mrs. Mary Walter-
When you total the base cabinet Airs. Delmar Williamson, Mar- son will be glad to know that she
frontage, omit the bulk gavet Crawford, Rose Lassetsr! Is progressing nicely following t +' W .Y blarallI f
storage space under the sink Shirley Norman, and Rev. Carl surgery last Wednesday: Mrs.
and drawers in the range These Clarke. The groins'::> are becoming Watterson was admitted to the
areas don't have multiple shelves so large that it Is hoped< they
nor do they provide enough will soon: be able to divide according Riverside Hospital in Jackson- t Iy tt I
villa on Monday and was operated
usable storage space. Furthermore to age rattier than all
on last Wednesday.
because comer base cabinets ages going and:! participating! at Y
with stationary shelves eryone wishes her a speedy recovery
one time
are difficult to reach, the.leshouldn't On Friday afternoon, Carolyn t t tt
Raymond Thomas, son of Mr.
be Included in the Kennan, Director of the Sunbeams .
measurements.When and Mrs. Glen Thomas Is now
had a party at the Bap-
at home after undergoing:! an ap. HILL BELOTE-Quarterback
you measure wall cab.Jnet BHS COACHES
tist Church at which time Biblical ,
pendectomY' at the Bradford t t
frontage, omit wall cabinets
films were shown Ronnl: Co-Captain .
over the refrigerator, !Dyal assisted by:running the pro- County Hospital: after spending RACK ROW: livorge Lopcr C hucklaMoulIke: : Sexton
oven, sink or range. Like cabinet .jector, while Linda Stcns and several days there due to an FRONT ROW: Jack Mc'a.klll-Uavid llurxe-Druey :McKinney
; .\under\ sink., these. usually acute illness.
Mary Peeplss helped serve
'ere hard to get to and are Those from Hampton attend t t
refreshments to the mere than:
ua .
30 children who attended the
Research which led to these Founder's Day Banquet at the r
recommendations was based on party. (Gate Post Restaurant in Jack
needs of a family of four, storage ,bers On Sunday of ,tha morning Baptist 35 SundaySchool memo sonville on Thursday night were t BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE t
for one-week's supply of
Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Hamel,
groceries, conventional factory receive: certificates as !Phyllis Griffin Nathan Green, September 20 Starke 26 Macc1enny 0 November 1 Perry .
they were promoted to another Away
produced can cabinets, and and Mr. and:! Mrs George Ken- t September 27
preparation of most meals in class. nan and Carolyn. Open November 8 Fernandina Home t
the kitchen. Families containing PERSONALS October .
Lucille Durham of Lakelandis 4 St Augustine Home
Recent: guests of Bill Under (Homecoming)
more or less than four members visiting her brother and sis-
will not require significantly wood and Louise Hogan wel'cBill's tern-n-law, Mr and Mrs. F. p, October 11 Live Oak Away November 15 Lake City Away
more or less storage except for uncle and aunt Mr. and t
dinner-ware. If you own more Mrs John Underwood of Guy Lott. October 18 Bolles Home November 22 Orange Park Home
thitn one set of dinnerware Increase ton, Oat. Tae: visitors ;lielped October 25
Palatka .
the wail cabinet storage. Louisa celebrate her birthday Calf Scramble t Away November 29 Bishop Kenny Away
And while you are in the kit on Saturday Also visiting with f
ch.-n looking over the cabinet them have been Lculse's" broth.er Program TopicAt

situation you might try Sausage Lester Beasley from Gainesville Civitan Club This Space Sponsored The
With Sweet Potato Following Tornado Boosters-- A
And Apple.- and her nephew, Ban One -half pound sausage, 2 medium of Camilla, Ga. Bradford County's Second: An.
-I size sweet potatoes, 3 Mr. and Mrs A. C. Pops have nual Calf Scramble was the program JOIN THE CROWDBE i BiWBBi1Mi i i ilHHBHMMil wI
S medtum size apples, one-half returned to Eau Gallte alter DELICIOUS
subject at the Tueedaymorning : MALLARD'S 5 & 10
teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon A TORNADO BOOSTER
spending two weeks
visiting in Civ It an Club breakfast I Kentucky Fried Chicken t
Horn, 2 tablespoons sugar, one H'mpton.: meeting SEE YOU AT THE GAMEWoodburn's Your Friendly Store
hall cup cold water 1 table After The Game We'll Be
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. Open
G.T. Hugzlns. chairman of the
spoon sausage drippings. H. Parker were their sen.In- Chamber of Commerce Agricultural Gem Jewelry 301 NORTH See Us First for Values
Cut link sausage into one half law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Committee and Bradford's I 113 E. Call St. Starke t ,
inch pieces. Fry until well done.
Milton Misner, and! family of
County Agent! was introduced bY'Pete
If bulk sausage is used shape
It into small balls before drying Gainesville. Novak, program chairmanfor Let's All Support the Team ComplimentsCOMMUNITY i
; Debbie Hill, an alternate< onBradford's SEE THE ALL NEW
or break IHup as it cooks. the day.Huggina f STARKE BUILDERS STATE BANK t I
High's team for the
Pare and slice potatoes and told about the valor: 1969 DODGE NOW AT
applps. TV program "It's Academic: ," able service performed by the SUPPLY Member F. D. I. C. J. I
traveled with thy team tj Jack- Chamber in its annual E. HARDY AUTO SALES
Mix salt, flour, and sugar together cf Commerce
sonville Saturday, The contest sponsorship of the Scram. I
and blend with cold 1320 N. Temple t
wMch was taped then will be ,
water. ble. He then introduced Assistant EAT 'EM UP TORNADOESGood Luck!
shown ,
Monday night Oct. 7.
Arrange layers of potatoes, County Agent Bobby Taylor
apples, and sausage In a baking Last Wednesday Mrs.\ Claries who told of the widespread I Then Try Our Food HURST'S SHELL Best of Luck
dish: pouring /lour-augar mixture Adkins calibrated her birthdayin lasting effects that last year's SERVICE BIG RED! t
over each layer. Top with a most enjoyable! way when Scramble has already produced. TUCK'S DRIVE-IN STATION

apples and sausage, and add she and Mr. AdkLnj! left earlyin Taylor told .of the two-yar obligation The Meeting Place CARL HURST JACKSON BUILDING

drippings.! Florala the morning and Opp and, Ala.traveled While ta placed on the FFA or t After the Game Before and U. S. 301 & S. R, 100 Starke Fla.
Cover; bake at 373 degrees 4-H boys who win one of the SUPPLY t
(moderate oven) until apples there they visited Clarice's aunt, registered animals. He also! told
and potatoes are tender-about !Mrs. w. E. Hart, and also a Clvilar.s about the generosity cf
43 minutes. number of friends. the business and agricultural: t Goodman's Be a Booster for the TornadoesSHUFORD'S '"YES YES GOOD LUCK TO BHS"
MENU: SUGGESTIONServe Mrs. Jane Keys was pleasantly : community in making the annual Station t

with a crisp green salad. For surprised last Thursday when event a reality by providing Seeber Goodman, Owner STANDARD NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES

necessary funds to carry out SERVICE STATION

the project t Gulf Products, Goodyear Tires t
The Second .Annual Calf Phone 964.7971 Walnut at 301 S. Compliments

NEED READY Scramble will ba held Saturday Batteries U-Haul Trucks and Trailers
Oct. 9, at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds t 105 E. MADISON STREETLET'S BEST {WISHES Faul cner'A Gulf & U-Haul t

CASH Next Tuesday' breakfast
meeting program will be pre- A. J. THOMAS Realtor 1011 Temple Ave. ph. 961-5899

principal of Bradford High t t
For Back to TI1VE School. We're Proud of Our Coaches and Team
SERVICE We're Behind You 100%
School Needs? Lamar Norman f t
STARKE 66 SERVICE Class Ring Now a{

Elected PresidentOf If Kick Off Time WILLIAMS JEWELRY


Norman, Bradford) COMPANY
OR VACATION EXPENSES CAN BE High .School senior, was elected ANDREWS DRUGS Stuckey'a Pecan
CONSOLIDATED INTO ONE PAYMENT president of the Diversified Co- t Shoppe t
operative Training Club at a Compliments Highway 301 North

meeting 'Sept. 11, GO BIG RED STARKE
Come See Us! Other officers elected then are: t FARMER'S SUPPLY Your Fashion Leader FLORIDA

Wayne Black, vice-president; A. R. JOHNSON Pecans, Candy and Gifts t
We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile Sally Moore, secretary: Sharon EAGLES, INC.
Row, treasurer; Tim Harvey,
Purpose chaplain: James Spaniard! Wa. t BOOST YOUR TEAMFirestone
ters, sergeant-at-arms; Pate LATEST 45's LP's -ftTHE GO TORNADOES GO t

$25.00 TO $600.00 Gassett, reporter, and Stanley TAPES Best of Luck for the Season
Crawford, parliamentarian.CASH 130 N. COURT HKUHH'STAND EDWARD'S

See You Phone
at the Game 961-5312
lanai Cash Register and all other g, 301 I

226 N. Temple Art. Phone 964-7449 Telegraph models. Bradford County If J

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OCT. 8. 1968

J. D. Terrell CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF _..._ ............................................. A _......n.n.... PAGE ELEVEN
LATTER-DAY SAINTS ;zS': AM:z.;> ;; ;; Y A9 awA'ifii'i .,
Held "' A< .tr aw" ifl'r ; "i-,; ;;: >>
Service' (418 East Call St.)

Church Services: Priesthood 8:45:
At Bayless
(Sunday School 10:00: ; Sacra.

J. D. Terrell. 58. died Satur- ment 11:09: Branch !President, An investment in Your Future

day morning upon arrival! at Dean Hansen 9646278.

.a Bradford Born sudden in apneas County Terrell Hospital County. ate Oa. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST B jfjj glil ill I i"'"

CHURCH ucL& 11 iT 11M lID
on Nov. 12. 1909, be was a,' Sunday School 9:30: a.m.TrainIng l l
Carpenter Baylesa Hlway and a Baptist member Church.of Union 110:15: a.m. tMornlnc Wor 9 If H W

Survivors include his wife. Worship a. m. Evening f orwfieri yooi trusui b, Own win your hurt b* ih "

Gei'aldine Terrell of Starke; ship Service 7:30: p., Wednesday m. Mid-week 7:30:Prayer p.- ........n ... n....._.______..._.. __. ...._. ... .... ...un..... ... ........ ..-.." ......- "n. ,,.:....:_5355=...... .. "
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two daughters. Mrs. WyneU
m. COme let us worship together. CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Dickens, Ralford; and Jean .t--
Terrell, Starke. One son Ira -Rev. Allen Price pastor Sunday School 10 *. m. Morning CHURCH. HIGHWAY U N. t

Terrell Chicago. HI.; two sis- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School t:4S: &. m,
tent Mrs. Eva Cannon and STARKE 'Ib'nlon. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser Morning .Worship 11. Training

Mrs. Gladys Davis, both of Al Sunday: brotherhood meeting vice. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser t :::::',{4. ';' .:::
bany. Oa.; and six andchl1- .and ''breakfast. 7:30: a. m. All 7:30: p. m/..:Rev, R. H. vice. 7:30.: !Midweek Prayer Service ': : ii! I

dreg men of the FBC urged to at- Butler pastor 7:30. l ii i:: : ; fiii!
Funeral services held at L. Tommy Howe Pastor .... .
were tend. The new president, Paul .... ', w ......
3pm. Monday !In the Bayless DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Carter, has a good program for
this meeting Sunday! School t
Rev. Tommy Howe, Rev. Merle 9:45.: Morning Worship at 11; Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morning Sunday Stool 10 a. m. :Morn 1 I I
Packham and Rev. David Med- sermon "Go Ye Into All The Warship 11 a. in. Training ing Worship. 11 a. m. and 7 p. : :
elrw officiating. Interment was World." Training Unicn. 6:15.: lUnfeon, 6:30: p. m. Evening Serevice. snnev.: :Leland A. Baker, pas
In Hope Cemetery under direc 730; <-Rev. Lacy Conway tor. t
Evening Worship 7:30: m
tion of DeWitt C. Jones. Funeral "Rediscovery of The Bible.; sermon" pastor. Thursday-Visitation. 10 a. m. ...:..... .1 .%....: .

Home. Monday-Trustees. meeting, 5 And 7 p. mNEW .

p. m. Deacons meeting; Youth NORTHSIDE BAPTIST' RIVER ]BAPTIST. t 11111r : .' .1/llill/ f

Joe Wainwright Choir Practice, 7. Lottie'Moon CHURCH Sunday \School 10 a. m. MornIng > : ,
Group mets at the church, 7:30.: Located on Bayless Highway Worship 11 a. m. Training: %
Services Held (SR 225 at Raiford (Road '
Tuesday-Helen Masters Circle Union 7 P. m. Evening Worship f .... :
4.w .w wwwrf
(SR 18)),
In Jones Chapel meets at church 10 a. m. School 10 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser t
Services: Sunday
Ida Darby Circle
meets at home welcome
vice. 7:30: p. m. I
Joseph (Joe) Wainwright 63, of Mrs. L. a. Powell, and Lo- a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship. .. L. Parker pastor.
I of Klngsley Lake died Wednesday : rena Epperson Circle meets at lU a. m.: Training Union, 6:30: fI

Sept. 25. Barn la: Starke on home of Mrs. O. A. ,Anderson j>. m.; Evening :Service >::30;, CHURCH OF CHRIST 1"t; t
I Midweek Service. Wednesday -
September 28, 1904 he was the 3 p. m. Junior Choir Practice; Prayer Sunday: Bible Study 10 *. m.; I

son of the late N. D. and Mary Sunbeams, 3:30.: Primary Choir 7:30: -iRev. Glenn Lawhen Morning Worship and Communion .."...... :t..Mi... ... .... ..'" ......
Alvarez Wainwright and was a Practice; Junior GA meeting pastor. Service. 11 *. m. Evening! ,
member of the Methodist 4:20.: Ethel Biggs Circle meetsat services 6:00.Wednesday 11111111- & T-: *!:1111: !*

Church home of Mrs. Vernon Sllcox BAYLESS HIGHWAY Worship service 7 ......... "' .-.,- ... *H
Surviving Is one son Edward Brownlee Circle at pastoilum: BAPTIST CHURCH Minister Jack: P. Bell.
p. t
Joseph Wainwright, of El Pas, with Mrs. W. A. Hogan 7:30.: ing Sunday Worship School Service 10 a.m., 11;a.Morn m.; ;llllllj: f HOUSEMOVING !!'> t
Texas; two brothers, J. R. Wain Wednesday!-Prayer Meeting NORTHSIDE BAPTIST m
Training Union 6:30: m.; Evening
weight, Starke; and N. D. Wain- (business meeting) 730.: Church p. CHURCH aEt .
wrlght, Hollywood. Choir Practice 8:30.ThursdayVisitation: Worship 7:30: p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday t .:;.::;.::.; :f: :-:>. This house was moved to make way for a newsuper :m::::::::
Funeral services were held at : Day Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 9:45 m. Morning Worship m r c t
7:30: p. m.; O. A. Meeting Wednesday School. : a. i ; freeway A city in progress creates many miff
Saturday In Jones -W. A. Hogan. Pastor Training Union 'II
: a. m. 10:45 a. m.
Memorial Chapel' with Rev. De- ,, Wednesday.7:30: p. m.;7:30 Choir: p. m.Rehearsal :- 6:45: :p. m. 'Evening: Service m!ii!i KI -< ::i k' ::i := changes. The owners, no doubt hated to changetheir iir!

Witt Fara.be officiating., Inter MADISON STREET Brotherhood meeting last Mon 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer 'Service t ;tji1 3 YO M; location and dreaded pulling up lifelong 1fi1i1 ; }
ment was In the family plot in. BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday( 7:45: p. m. RQiIN I f t
day In each month. Rev. David i1 ii r 4 roots St. Paul would help in situations like these i i j
Crosby Lake Cemetery with De- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
th Chunk It God In thus '
Medelros, pastor. oppointid
In 11. Youth PRESBYTERIANSunday :::;::::: a when he said Far 1 have learned in whatsoever :
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home Morning Worship FIRST .... ::::::::
':::: weld f lor iprtodlng Iht Imonlnlgi el Hit ,In* ...:
charge. Choir practice 4:30.: Youth Training Fel CHURCH OF GOD School. 9:45: a. m. t, 1i111111 i i f.. I for nun ondofNId.mondlormonPomspond f: Htate I am, therewith, to be content" Phillipians i11i:1:1:: t
lowship Supper, 5:45.: Morning Worship, '11 a. m. Youth
Union. 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle 422 N. St. ClaIr St., Starke. Fellowship 8 p. m. Choir Practice ;::::::: l to Ihol I Ion by lo.lng nil neighbor. Without ,' 4 ::11. The Lord will help us in new situations and :;:::1:1:;:
QUARTERBACK CLUB School, 10 Worship. :::: this In Iht I Ion ol God, MI'
Worship. 7:30.: Sunday a. m. :;:: founding no govim- ::;::::::
TO MEET MONDAYThe 7:15.: Evening WMU business Services II a. m. and 7:30: p. Wednesday 8 p. m. t II 1+ malt or mlity or tray ol Uli dill long I" new surroundings.) He has promised to be with us

regular meeting( of the meeting Monday; Brotherhood- meeting m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30p. : Rev. Robert D. Burcb m:::::;:: (,........ and the "Inidomi .Mch wi hold lG'tI in all things. :::::;:: t
Quarterback Club will be held Chester J. Shoqppe: v doa will Iniiirobly parish Ttnnfoio, t?
at m/-Rev. inn :1if
7:30: p. m. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH m, After getting settled, it Is good to find a church
8 p. m. Monday In the BHS field TuesdayRA meeting, 6:30: ; pastor. Sunday :::::: r?I tram o ulfliri" polnt.1.10"! ,ono should lupporl N: :.:.:.:.
house. President Jo-Jin Stephens and 3 meetings, 730.: Schedule of cervices: I ::;::;:: '11i: the hush lot the.... ol II....If.ro.f him- home with people of like faith. No new neighbor ;:::::::
Circle 2 11
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH \School, 10 a. m. Warship a. :
urges full attendance. Prayer Meeting 111111i i Mil ond hit lamll,. liyond roar homvir, hood if be 1i1iii11.
Wednesday with who
seems lonely
Training Un- you can people .
(Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. fl
7:30: p. m. Church Choir Jack ::1:1:11::; I .."y 'anon "haul' uphold and nldm. In I
6:30 m.Rev. 1:1:1:111:: I
Sunday School-10 a. m. ion. : p. j ... have the love of God in their hearts. :
practice Deacons Meeting, paat.or.PINE ::::: S tho (hutch, bxouu II lilli, Iho hush' about i .:.:.:.:.
830.: andOA's Training Morning Worship Union-8:30-: p.a.m.m. Stile mi1iii mon'l Illo,d.athw.ddaNnpIMhshwhkh. ) f ':.Vot forsaking. the assembling of ourselves toctliei irmI'

Thursday 330.'I110MAS Sunbeams Evening Worship.-7:15: p. m. LEVEL BAPTIST. ::;::::: al... iilll MI him fno to lln a. a child ol !/ ;" (Hebrews 10:25a: ) is a wise saying. We :;:::;::1:
: Wednesday Night Prayer Services ,Sunday Scho1,10' .. m. Morn I' ::1:1:1:::: Cod. *
.. invite you to attend the church in your community ;::i::::

FAMILY REUNIONSET Packham-7:30: pastor.p. m. Rev. 'Merle Ing Worship.(Booster 11 a.Band m. Pre Young Services ;..:.:.:.:.::.:1. >:! C;>:! := ::i :=; ::i := s this week .;1:1:1:1.:.,:..,.:. t
AT MIDWAYThe 6 .. C.I"...Ad..a.,. {{ '
people. and Prayer Service). -
Thomas family reunion
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m.
will be held Sunday. Oct. 13, t
OF STARKE !Midweek Service Wednesday,
at Midway Church in Union:
County. A basket dinner will West Weldon St. and Ralford 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D..

be served at 1 p. m. Friends Road pastor. \
Ask And family of the late George Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. t
and Sarah Dowiing are urgedto 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
Charley attend. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: CHURCH STARKE
p. m. Evangelistic, Services. Sunday \School 0 a. m. MornIng -

E. MIDWAY CEMETERY: Wednesday: 7:30 p. m. Midweek Worship, 11 a. m. Training t HURST SHELL STARKE "66"
a DONATIONS ASKED Prayer Meeting. Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship FAULKNER t

Mrs Weeta T. Burned has Pastor: Lester F. Richardson 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL
Johns been appointed treasurer of tha 8 p. m.-.Re.. :Virgil GULF SERVICE

Midway Cemetery Fund. All CHURCH OF GOD iiovett, pastor. t Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph.
families having an interest in 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. RENTALS 964.7231
About This Question: the cemetery are asked to sendIn Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Tru-lng
a donation so that a caretaker Services. U a. m. and. 7:30: p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
"1 will be married next may be hired. Donations Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30: p. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services : t Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting

month. Mother suggeststhat may be sent to: Midway Ceme m.-Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor. : Sunday School 10 .a. m. Complete Lubrication t
I insure tery Fund. Farmers & Dealers BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching. It. a. m. Training Brake" Service
my engage-
Bank, Lake Butler or to Weeta Union 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship
ment and wedding ring Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning f Minor Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and
T. Burnsed Box 326 Macclenny 11 Evening 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. -o.-::: :.
Worship. a m.;
and also my wedding gifts Fla. 32063. -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor Alignment
Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE
against loss theft or acci
Wednesday 1011 N.
Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Temple Avenue
dental damage. She calls it FORESTRY SERVICE -Rev. J. C. Heaters pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
a floater' policy. Do you FIRE REPORTNo Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964-5899
have such Insurance?" fires were reported in MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL \School 9:45: a. m. Morning:Wor UO S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs I

Bradford County during the past Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday! ship. 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Charley E. 'week by the Florida Forest Ser School 11:00: a. m. Morning vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service
vice. Since January there have Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Wednesday 7:15: p. m. i STARKE BUILDERS t

JOHNS AGENCY been 128 fires with 934 acres Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor -Charles Reese minister /
burned as compared with 100 ship. SUPPLIES, Inc. h:

131: So. Walnut St. fires and 809.8 acres burned during Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser- ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL' V, t

Phone 964-5070 the same period last year. vices, let and 3rd Wednesday CHURCH STARKE OF STARKE INC. MEAT MARKET
,Sunday: Services: Featuring Ace Hardware ,
1:00 Family night
night- : p. m.
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. AND COLD STORAGE
I t Complete I Paint ,
9:30: a. m. Church School. Buffet Lunch $1.25
We Specialize In Custom Slaughtering
10:30: a. m. :Family Service. and Goods ,
-- (Holy Eucharist let and 3rd Sporting 11 A. "'ILl. to 2 P. M.
Cutting and vVrspprng-
Sundays: Morning Prayer, 2nd) j
and 4th Sundays). 1, "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep FTMZ t

-J. Thomas Staab, Rector 219
Washington St. 964-5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE

U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
> < < *.*'' *! "kf Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Phone 964-7059
Worship at 11. Evening ,
1. Worship, ,::SO.; Rev. Carl I

Clarke pastor DAD & BRAD SALES f


Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ONTROLooaiecuca. CLEANERS t

Worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night I I Under New Ownership
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed t Also 12-Ft. Wide t
Your Certified Muster
by choir practice. Starke Nursing -
Home service 2:43: p. m. MOBILE HOMES
.. Cleaner
.. Dry
-Rev. Melvin flame pastor. 539 E. Call St.
1 Starke Fla. Campers and Travellrallers _
Free Moth-Proofing -
BUYING A NEW CAR? FIRST UNITED METHODIST Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
CHURCH STARKE Free Pick-Up and Delivery

Sunday Church School 9:45: I I Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
N. Ph. 964-5704
Our bank auto loans a. m.; World-Wide Observanceof 311 Temple t

can save you money! Holy Communion 11 a. m.;
MYP Snack Slipper, 6 p. m.;
When it comes to economical, quickactioncar MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; Evening I I' WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery t
Worship, 7:30: ; MYP
financing-of almost any make or modelour 8:30.: CO. and Market

bank Auto Loans offer you real moneysaving Monday-Circle 2 p1restde'l
Daisy Ferryman, 12 ; Official' Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries-Meats-Feed t
advantages. Come in and see. .. now! mission on Education ;

Official Board, 8. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL
day-circle 4 with Mrs.T. .
T. Long; Circle S with Mrs. t, BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards t

Morgan Richards, 10 a. m.; 142 W. Can St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
RIDAIfARKE Weiloyan Service Guild in the

Sanctuary. 7:30: p. m.WednesdayClrcle t, Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
1 with Miss f
Amy Cobum 10; Circle 3 with
'"Mrs. H. C. Rltch. '10 a. m.; CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
Younger Children's Choir Rehearsal I
3 p. m.; Prayer Meet. Owned fly Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ing and Bible Study 7:30.: I
Thursday-Chancel Choir Re1hear.ial -Keystone Heights-Phone 4734911c

One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group with Party for Members]

following at the Parsonage 745f:
p. m. |
Friday Older Childien'sl
Choir Rehearsal, 3:30: p. m. I ... ___ __ --A ATHURSDAY Ai

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Keystone' Hilites/ Garden Plans Discussed Club Keystone Defense Unit Shines I

By JIM FOX Mrs. L. C. Stripling, Garden! r k je >> I In 9-6 'Win Over GreenvilleThe
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Please Phone in Your Items 473414CIIILDREN'S Club of the Lakes Flower Show :C
chairman, held the first meeting .) "* r '
] Keystone Heights Indians Grath were standouts on Key-
of her planning committeeat .... .
-- eked out a 9-8 win over Green- .stone's defensive unit which
3 p. m. Tuesday, SePt 24 at
J' ...! s. ville last Friday night, thanks was a highpoint of the game.
FELLOWSHIP CLUB her home on Lake Geneva : -...
mostly! to the dependable run- The defense kept Greenville
MISSIONThe Thursday Oct. 10, the Those attending were Mrs. Albert
ning of Sandy Grayson who to a minus 18 yards rushing
New Life Bible Club will Keystone Heights FellowshipClub Bachman, club president;
rolled up 61 yards rushing, 4.3 and allowed cr.ly 75 yards in
begin Tuesday. Oct. 8. In Keystone will have their regular Mrs. R. H. Schneberger, cochairman -
yards: pass: receiving, and scored the air. The defensive -
Heights. The club will covered dish luncheon and : of the Flower Show; .
p s Keystone's only .touchdown.HP also managed to snag two!
meet for one hour on Tuesday business meeting. Members and Mrs. L. E. Harris Mrs. R N. also accounted for many of Interceptions from the Green-

afternoons, following the regular their guests are invited to at. Sunderland. entries chairman the tackles on the defensive ville offense.
school 5eS'ons. The gatherIngs tend at 12:30: at the Masonic and Mrs. J. Miller! Wrinkle, tlu team. Keystone's defensive unit
will be held In the new Hall. chairman of the High School
Neither team could put to- made 138 yards rushing and 126
Children's! Chapel, parked at Rev. Leon MUner, minister of Gardeners gather a sustained scoring drivein yaicls passing They were forced

the Fred Dodd home, on the the Keystone Community the first quarter, and K:y- to punt only twice as they
corner of Magnolia and Pecan Church will be the honored atone was also hampered by a accounted for 13 first downs.

Streets. All children grades 1-6 guest and speaker. with her grandparents, Mr. and total of 70 yards in penalties Keystone was hampered,
are welcome. There Is no denominational Members of the Fellowship .
half. by too fumbles.
Mrs. Sam Gardner, Sr. ? during the first however many
emphasis. Clue! met last Thursday, at the Mrs. Stan LaCoste returned it kNew Grayson accounted for mostof They lost three during the

Come and bring: your Bible Episcopal Parish House, for home this week, after a stay in the yardage to set up thefirst game, but fortunately none orIhe..e
and a friend. You Invitedto their day and luncheon.
games Alachua General Hospital. Her score in the second quarter developed into scoring
take put In the fine Bible Twenty-four members were on
friends are certainly happy to and was assisted by the plays for Greenville ,
memory program and earn a hand to enjoy the day of fun. have her at home. Woman's Club Building capable combination of Donnie The Indians play Hastings
free week of camp and' other:' Interested in joining -
If you are attack
Mis. Gerald S. Rowe of Nor Baker to Jerry Turner. The this Friday
awards Visualized Bible lesson the group please contact folk. Va. I h visiting her aunt To Be Dedicated Sunday At KeystoneDedication was stalled 17 yards shortof
.*, songs and a worthwhile Mrs. Ethel
their president and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Stan a touchdown but Jeff Baits.
missionary project will also be Weyman at 4734215. LaCoste. came in to kiCk' a field goal

a The part club of each Is spoTisored cliib period.by the BOWLING The Northeast NEWS Florida Travel Mr and Mrs. Eddie Proko- of the new club. to attend the:! ceremonies and left turn, at which point the which proved to be the deciding KEYSTONE

Children's Bible Mission wltnM5Ses powlcz entertained friends with house, erected by the Keystone Inspect the new building. driver can proceed to the club- factor.
\ Bell and Thompson as League started the new seasonof a surprise birthday party for Heights Woman's Club, will be TV.o permanent directional house. If coming directly out Keystone started clicking in
and teachers of the competition bowling at the Mrs. Clyde: Ashton last Friday held at 3 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 6. signs will be In place by Saturday Lakevlew Drive local organizers have Halifax Lanes, in Daytona evening. Ouests Included Mr. Prominent local citizens, officer ( Oct. 5. Both routes will the Florida Federation of Wom- Baker connected with top receivers HEIGHTS
program.that They send requested Beach on Sept 12. and Mrs. Everett Fox, Mr. and : of the Florida Federationof be easy to locate, leading to en'j Club insignia and the directional Grayson and Jerry
parents:' please
rote with their children staring The DeWitt C. Jones team of Mvi. Jim Zowarka, Mrs. M. Women's Clubs, press:' local the new clubhouse. The paved sign will be seen on Turner This combo worked the

a their consent for the children : Keystone Heights and StBl'ke.pll1ved We tbrook. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. clergy, and club members and rond at the Keystone Bank will the right side of the road. ball to the Greenville one-yard

to participate. Parents are last season's numberone Knepper Mr and Mrs. A. C.Mingledorft their: friends have been Invited lean to one sign indicating a The public is cordially Invited line before Grayson broke DIRECTORYRABY'S
team, Halifax Lanes The
Greenville defends
Mr. and Mrs. through the !
to attend the ceremonies.
also\: asked to make arrange local team sported three points
George Massa. and Mr. andMr to score. The kick failed
ments for necessary transportation for the competition, Hannah lead
Doyle Hardln. now bad a 9-0 AUTO
facilities. We->lon led with high game of Mrs. Herb Nelson Greenville remained scoreless
Is now a Aero Club
WOMAN'S CLUB:: 17!) and also high series of 640. patient at the Alachua General First MeetingOf KHS Gardeners until the final quarter when SERVICE

On Tuesday. Oct 8, the first Total series for the team was Hospital In Gainesville Pleasebe Garden Club" Discussion Of Elect OfficersThe they mounted a drive' on their
business meeting of the new 3,719. Team members Included Complete Auto RepairsAir
line. From here
sure to send her a card, or own 20-yard
season of the Woman's Club Gladys Tlllls, Nicky Crowder, better yet stop by for a short Of The LakesThe Airport ProblemsThe Keystone Heights High Davis consistently hit his fav Conditioning Repairs
will be held at the new club- Joyce Massing, Hannah Wes. visit with Lola. Her room number orite receiver Reaves, to set & Automatic Transmission
house, at 2 p. m The club Is first of the 1968- School Gardeners met at 9 a,
tor. and Neoma Nelson. is 314.Leroy meeting Keystone Aero Club has up their lone score. The TD
hoping for 100 per cent attend- of the Garden Club m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, in the Service
The next location for competitive Syracuse and Bill season scheduled a detailed discussionof came when Davis completed a
ance. bowling will be at Unlver. Holder, both of Greenville, S. C. of the Lakes was held at 1 p.m. the present condition of the school building under the direc- 32-yard pass to' Reaves In the PHONE 473.4404
On Wednesday, Oct. 9, the ally) Lanes In Gainesville on we'e weekend guests of Mrs. Thursday, Sept. 26, at the homeof Keystone Airport, needed Improvements tion of Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle. end zone. The kick failed and Little Lake Bedford

club will be hostess club to the Oct. 13. Starting time will be 1 Bess Grosberg, of Lakeview the president, Mrs. Albert and future promotion The program for the 1968-69 Greenville couldn't put together
year planned. and the following
Alachua Federation of Women'sClubs P. in. Drive. If you'te interested In an Bachmann with 24 members of the facility at its next was officers elected: another scoring drive before BEAUTY SHOP
for the district meeting. anniPlng story, ask Bess about and one guest attending.:! meeting on October 15. Also up time ran out.F'eystone .
KHS! GARDEN CLUB Unit No. Kendall Turner
: -
All Keystone members are :
The host and co-hostess, Mrs.
banana for discussion will be need for managed to move
urged to attend! The first meeting of the Key boats that were mls tera Clemens ann Mrs. R. H. president; Cindy Scales, vice KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Ingt I am that this an Airport Authority to administer the ball well throughout the
sure doem'tmcke
,On Thursday, Oct loth, the stone High School Garden Club, Schneberger, served refreshments president; Priscilla Dodd secretary -
the .
but hindered considerably -
game, was
fall sponsored by the Garden Clubof sense, but she can ex- ; Lynn Morgan treasurer; SHOP
meeting of District 3 of the plaid. followed by a business its last meeting the club in the first half by a
the Lakes held September Sandy Combass, publicity. .
FFWC will be held at Ocala. was session
decided to take official EDITH JOHNSON Owner
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles no action rash: of penalties.
Please phone Mrs Sara !McDonald 28. Purpose of the meetingwas returned home Mrs Sam Gardner first vice on the controversial Sports- Unit No. 2-Debby Klngsber- Jeft Batts Daryl Johnston Personal and Creative Hair Styling -
club president, at 473- to elect officers for thenew Monday( after ry, president; Denlse DeWltt.
and Mrs. Clemens
vacatIoning the president, man's Club lease of airport Chipper Hague, and Joh.i: Me- Every Form of Beauty
4905 for Reverva- school and: to establish on east coast vice) president; Lynn Henderson
reservations. year
and Canada. second vice president, reportedon property. W, A, Fordyce, Aero Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed
tlons must be made not later an itinerary for the monthly meetings and workshops attended secretary; JoAnn Benson Monday.
Club said he believes
than Oct, 5. so that transportation OKi-ams. The parishioners of the Keystone during the summer.A treasurer; Sally Brannon, publicity guests enjoyed the program under
that Keystone city officials
Lutheran Chinch had a direction of Mrs. Frank Ill-
Activities for the and ,
for year
may be planned this vote was taken to select a
competent to handle the matterin NURSERY
potluck dinner on Sunday for vice president.
event. sponsors from the senior club! theme for the Flower Show to Thirty-eight students were gen
Dl PLICATE BRIDGEThe Included: October landscaping; Vlcnr and Mrs. William WHO compliance with regulationsof enrolled in the two units. Couples who hale been mar.
be held April 28, and "Floral
Duplicate Bridge Club with Mrs Lena Clemens; November and son at the home of Mr. and Melodies" was the winner. the Federal Aviation Agency sled over :SO\ yea's, during the O.C. Carnes NurseryHwy.
and Insurance requirements
George Kauffmann.WOMAN'S
meets every Monday eveningat driftwood arrangements Each member received a new to protect the city and its property last quarter were honored 100, Flora home 659-2165
7:30: in the 'Municipal Build. with Mrs Dan Pater; Gdl.F ASSN. program, for the year.MELROSE. holders. /guests and were Introduced by Nursery Stock Thousands of
Ing. Sessions to the D3temrr: holiday arrangements Mrs. Roy Turknett, ChurchWomen's
The lease will be reviewed at Plants
It Fruit
the ladles of the Keystone NEWS NOTES Trees to choose
public. with Mrs Wm. Warren; president, as follows:
Heights WGA hosted the 9-hole the next meeting of the Key- from Shade Trees, Evergreens It
Last week's winners were: January.. corsage Mrs Sam By Helen Egan Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price, Mr.
golf-around at the local club on alone comirtl' on October 8, Landscape Plants in containers.
First place with 64''i points, Gardner; February tour of and Mis. ,W. C. Byron, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes; local! gardens, Mrs. L. C. Stripling Thursday. Golfers from eight P.TTYYTYTTTT. YYYYYYT and Mrs. Joseph: Stein. 'MI'. and CAMELLIAS & AZALEAS
March of arra clubs attended the tournament Mr. and !Mrs COMMUNITY: : CHURCH Let U. Do Your
second place with 64 points, : tour greenhouses Stephen Ashley Mrs. Lculj Kyle and Mr and Landscaping
Mrs. Arnold Larsen and Mrs and Hardens at the University and luncheon which fol- and son Robin, of Ormond The tall season opened with a Mrs. J: n.A. Williams (Brooklyn -

Joseph Dey; and third place of Florida; April-flow loved.Mrs.. Beach spent last weekend. visiting Family Dinner In the educational Lake) were unable to at- USED CARS
with 53 points, Mr. and Mrs. el' show with fresh flower cleslurs. Ed Dwyer and Mrs. his mother, Mrs. Ruby building: on September 25, with tend.

Aubrey Bannister. C. E. Mitchell and Mrs Frank ,Ottinger were local. Bj Joyce Bowe Ashley' and other friends and Circle I as hostesses, under :Mrs. Jo Reed, director of the Hanks

ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS R. N. Sunderland; and May- chairmen for this monthly .& && && &&& u..u relatives here chairmanship of Mrs S. E. Ken Youth Choir of) Ellam Baptist Used Cars
The Deanery Meeting of the hiids. with Mrs. Fremont Tolles event Mrs. Don Wallace, social The Junior Girl Scouts held a nedy. Around 125 members and Church, and her teenagers presented BIG CASH DISCOUNT
National Council of Catholic Chairman for the WGA, supervised Mr. and Mrs. S. M Brownof meeting Thursday. It was a re- a ,Christian message: Insong TERMSBUY
HERE 'N THERE the preparation and serving Grand Prairie Texas spenta dedication
Women will be held in Gaines. meeting. They plan- "Good News." Members of
ville. Wednesday, Oct. 9. The Keystoners attending the UP- of the buffet luncheon. Mrs. few days last week visitingMr. ned a trip to the Playhouse tee Chairman, Bill Singleton, the were guests at the din. SELL TRADERT.
man being offered at St. Pat-' FSU game on Saturday Includedthe Lois Walker was decorations and Mrs. R, V. Ford. They Skating Rink in GainesvilleSat. treasurer; Williams, Secretary; group I, BOX 90

rick's. will start at 9 a, m. following supporters: Jim chairman. also! visited other friends In octS. and Mr. Bass, Webeloes leader. nero Hwy 100 8 Mile! S. SUrke
Meeting and luncheon wUl follow Darby, Jim Zowarka, Everett There were 62 scores posted Melrose Mrs. Brown !is the for Hire are a couple of reminders Edward Thompson! U the new
at the Holiday Inn. For, Sam Gardner, Mr. and for the 9 holes of competition, usesJewell Chestnut and lived for this weekend: Cub Master The Rummage Sale sponsoredby CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Ladles of the church are requested Mrs. Jim Eland Tommy Cox, will) 75 ladles in attendance for here several years ago. The Melrose Cemetery Assoc The den mothers will be: Women of the Community

to make their reserva- Herb Nelson Patty Shaughnessy the business meeting and lunch- Mrs. Barney Hunt and daughter iation will hold it's semi-annual Mis Catherine Lewis Mrs Church will be held Thursday, LNSIST THAT ALL YOUR

tions': with Mrs. n, Deutermann, and Steve Shackleford.John eou. of Alachua spent a few meeting Saturday Oct. 5 at the Agnes Thompson, Mrs. Seewl-! Friday: and Saturday, Oct. 17-18- CONCRETE PRODUCTS
at 473-4701, Melrose. Huckert of Maryland, ST. ANNE'S NEWS davs with Mr. and Mrs Bobby Cemetery beginning at 1200.: lar Duggai: and Mrs Betty Dun. 19, starting at 8:30: a, m In the ARE THE BEST FROM
The regular monthly meetingof and his sister Mrs. B. Kurtze On October 16 St, Anne's Hunt and t] son, Craig! Also Saturday will be the last can Assistant Den Mothers will former Murrhee insurance officeIn

the Altar Society will beheld of New Jersey, 'were guests Episcopal Church will be host Ralph; J, Cason of Silver Lake day to register! for the coming be Mrs. Leona Oliver Mrs. back of McKay's. Mrs. Doll Edward's Building

on Monday, Oct. 7 in the last week at the home of their for the fall District 3 meetingof spent Friday with his parents, fal I; elections. Residents who Rosalie! Pace and Mrs. Edna Wallace chairman, will conductan

church hall. Members are ask. mother, Mrs Fern Huckert. the Women of the Church. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason.Mr. live! in Alachua County in Mel.. A hford. Mrs Ruth Courtney In-gathering day on Wednesday Supply Inc.

ed to be In attendance at 10 a. Wli.le: here, they commuted Registration will start at 9:30a. : and Mrs. Richard! Moore rose will be able to register at will! be the Den Mother coach. Oct. 16. Please contact your ,
m. ba<-'( and: forth from Gainesvilleto m, Rt Rev Hamilton West and family visited Mr. and the Home Demonstration Club There will be a Committee circle chairman as to when you 726 S, Main 3724844GAINESVILLE

visit! with their mother whoIs Bishop of the Diocese of FlorIda Mrs. Al Steuart and family in from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. meeting Wednesday night at will serve as a ealeslady. FLA.

a patient at Alachua Gen- will celebrate the Mass at Gainesville last week. The Steu- Mr. and !Mrs Bobby Hunt 6r0: ) p. m. In the United Meth- The general meeting of the

em!. 10 a. m. with the business art are former Melrose resi am! son! Craig, spent Sunday in od'n Educational Buulldlng, Church Women, will be MId at WATCH REPAIRS

Mr. and Mrs. Les Stephenson meeting following at 11. Luncheon dents. Alachua., visiting his mother, :Melrose To Have Bible Club 7:30: p. m. Monday, Oct. 7, In
KEYSTONE returned ,to Keystone Sunday will be served in the Masonic Mr.! and Mrs\, George Copeland Mii, A, L. Hunt. Beginning! Wednesday, October the educational building

after a tv.eek'3 stay in Scotland. Hall at 1 p. m. All reservations ; of Palatka spent Sunday The Putnam County Mobile 9, the New Life Bible Club The Board of Stewards will Anthony Crawford

Mi Stephemon. local golf pro. should be made to Mrs. with their son and daughter-in- Chest X-Ray Unit was In Mel. will!: meet in Melrose In the new meet at 7:30: p.m. on October 11.
Drive-in Theatre wa: a participant in the annual Alex Brokas not later than law Mr. and Mvs, Billy Copeland rose last t week. Eighty-Nine rolling "Children's: Chapel." It Weekly Prayer Meetings start Watch Repair

International Pro-Am held at October 11. Tickets are 150. and family ppuple took advantage of this will be parked in front of ed Wednesday night under the ServiceAll
the Queen's Golf Course The Women of St. Anne's will Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe chance to get a free chest x- "Archie's" Frlgldaire; Sales, on leadership of Rev. Leon Miller.

Fri. Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red. have a rummage sale this Friday spent Saturday in Jacksonville.The ray. Rt. No 26. The sessions will be held each Makes and Models
Oct. 4, I 5) learn, Sr have returned home and Saturday at the Parish youth of the Ellam Bap Duplicate Bridge The club is held for 1 hour Wednesday night In the Wom-

THE after a week's vacation in the Hall. The ladles will be "openfor list Church presented their Winners last week at the Du. immediately after school each en's Sunday School classroom.The PHONE 473-4219
DEVIL'SBRIGADE Caiollna's. On their return trip! business" at 9 a. m. musical program "Good News"to plicate Bridge Club were: Mrs. Wednesday and all children, Youth Fellowship! meets Keystone Heights Fla.11I..y .

home, they attended the Ga. EGG PLANT TOUR two area Churches last week. Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray grades 1 through 6 are wel- each Sunday at 7 p. m. under 100 2 4 Mlles East of

Tech-MUsml game, in Atlanta, Sti'dents of Mrs Hpskett's Private Wednesday night they performed Starnes, 1st place; Mrs. Mary come. Come and bring your Blbl" the I leadership of Myrcn Prevatt. Keystone Heights:

with Paul Newman on Saturday. Kindergarten were enter- at the First Baptist Church Cook and Miss! Iva Hlllyer, Mrs. and a friend. There Jr All tenagers are invited. Watch for Sign In Front of

Miss Rhonda. Edelsleln. of tained with an educational Educational Building in Key Robert Clare and Mrs. S. P. will: be a Bible memory program (Continued On Next Page) House
Gainesville, spent the weekend "cook's tour. hosted by Manager stone Heights. Sunday night Sashoff. tied for 2nd; and Mrs. and a chance to earn a
I Paschal Carr. at Pine Air they performed at the Baptist T. W. Hardy and Mrs. R. P. free week of camp and other

Farms Egg' Processing Plant Church in Florahome. This pro. Vogh 4th place. awards Visualized Bible stories

CATCH THE BIG ONES! last week. grain has been well received Cub Scouts Choose Leader songs and missionary! pro NO WAITING AT.
Although some technical facts evtiywhere, they have performed New leaders were chosen at ject' are all a part of each club .
Involved in the 520,000 dozen capacity and: It certainly proves the Cub Scout Pack meet Wednesday pet tod.

Don't let the operation may mean only what! young people can do. night.: The meting! was New Life Bible Club is sponsored -

"big ones" large numbers to three, four and These participating range in held' at the! Educational Build by the: Children's: Bible
in '
/life 4 "If'"\ '\ five year-olds, the visual effectof age from 10 to 19. Jo Reed hasserved ing of the United Methodist :M'sslon, Inc. Misses Bell and Hill's Garage

from get away for \.. ) so many eggs in one place as director of the pro Church and drew the biggest Thompson: ; will be fie teachers.
you. and modern mechanical meansof gram.Mrs. crowd ever at a Pack Meet. Parent please send a note

anything i 1 hYlllenlcallpreparlnll:\( eggs Maggie Steiner la lit The new Institution sponsorfor with your child giving: your con.'fl" -
from a new tr ..i\ 19 go from farm to store to home the Gainesville Extended Care this year will be the Trinity for them to attend. It will

home to a i' \ was enthusiastically received by and Nursing Center followinga Episcopal Church. Rev. BIU be recessary to arrange after

business of f ) the 40 boys and girls. recent operation Poppell is the institutional repi club transportation for your

your own, ,, eient alive. child.:
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i are: Byron Courtney, Commit. 473-4782.

systematically I IIn Nell's Beauty ShopMELROSE -

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fishing, the big: catch" is oftena For Fall PlantingLATCHSTRING; "'1 IaI ALL MODERN EQUIPMENT FOR

matter of luck In the more serious Nell and Rene 1 v

pursuits of life, this Is seldom 10. Usually REGULAR FLA.t9 y GUARANTEED CORRECTION OF

the best things com to the fellow who TUESDAY THRU Shrubbery for your every

SAVES for them. Savings here grow fay 9.00 TO : need at reasonable prices MECHANICAL DIFFICULTIESHill's


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when members visited a turnl- entered Montreat College. They
eon-ln-law Norman Hamilton and each of he.r.. ..... .'. atMradfordl :'.I..fI. Senders
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are mrt
NEWS you The fomtr .
NOTES lure factory In Palatka.. vacationed for a week in the, from Dated thin S4th day of September -
and his daughter Cindy liy notified and required to pretftit ........ KUrMa. 1m lit Vent Call StreetNtaike A. 1).. UU at Btarke,
'By Helen Bean PERSONALS area before returning home. Gainesville.Mr. any ,vlnlm and d.mauela'h"h Pnhnla. Florida Bradford County, Florid.
\\ yod.ior' either of you In Kei Fatale of Aaron T. Attorney for Ex..c..torFI.ot
Mrs. James under- Mrs.Viniam] Beam Jr. visited 9t, 4t 30/1?
Mclgacnern and Mrs. J. D. Carlton have affalnat the estate 0; Paul. IVveaited.XOTICB Publication: September ft, _.
(From Preceding Page) went a successful eye operation 'Tier parents in Black Mountain, spent the weekend at their lake Kav V. Knight, deceased late TO CREDITORSAll 11I6
Judge Apron A. Paul deceased are KEOIMTKR FICrI'l'IOtaro.4wH
Mrs. Myron Provatt. Jr. circle and Is recuperating. nice daughter (Leslie at (Montreal Mr. and Mrs. Andy Boswell ld*" lit M" nffliw In the court heri-liy notified and required ton :MOTICR Of u''''rrO: TIOf TO
ly at last report. College.Mr. from 1l 'uMe, of Mild County at Starke, fII. any cliiltna or demands HKUISTKn KICTlTIOtSHH : Notice I I. hereby given that
chairman of toe Rebecca, returned tome recently FloMila, within ilx caleoilacmonth which they may have against >.% the underalicned.. under tI,.. pruvlnlonn .
invited member to her 'horn Mrs. Ferns Huckert Is still a and Mrs. Houston Drisooll the mountains where they spent : from: the time I I.o the said estate In the office of the Nolle IK hereby given that of Chapter 20.11113 LawH
;patient in Alachua General Hospital have :returned from a six weeks tho summer. flrtt iiublkatton of notice. County Judge of Bradford County the "l\d\ nlln..eI. under the pro- of Florida Acts of 1141. will
Monday night far work sessionto Each claim or demand anair be Florida, In the Courthouaeat .1.I..n.ot Chapter 20.953 Law register with the Clerk of the
make articles for the Decemher where her daughter from i visit to Rhode Island and New Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns In ", rltlnll. and shall state the mark, Florida, within alx nf Florida Acts o-f 1941, will Circuit Court. 1 In and for Bradford .
!New Jersey visited her for a few Jersey. During their absences were down cleaning up their ulitolt t. ,em. t'i..dcy: tall.t vnlendar months from the date rrclHtvr with the Clerk of the ('uunt). Florida upon receipt
4 Bazaar-Luncheon. (4fc.-j Mrtdrea of of the first 1 publication of thlnotice. of proof of publication ofthl
\ days. Her son John of Hyattsvllle their house was ransacked and place the weeksnd. be to the Circuit/ Court la and for Bradford I
HOMEMAKERSThe over >. Btnilj aworn by Kni'h claim' or demand County Florida, upon receipt notice tint ,, I ampof
< Md. spent the weekend much of their clothing and personal Mrs. D. W. Carpenter was in flnlinunt hl. agent or attoyney.and'any .. must b. In writing and muatatate of proof of publication of Plata Lodge Motel, Hwy 301
Keystone CommunityHomemakers such claim or demand the place of residence and North Starke, Florida.
with th'i notice the fictitious name
his mother.Mrs. taken. The Thursday vle'ting
Club. Jewelry was Jacksonville nut,'>o filed Hhnll be void. pe"I t office. adI.".. of the rlatmnnt. Wln-Fra, Farm under whichwe Charlea W. Lundy and Mary
was represented Ruth Ohlson was able! locked chest that contained their her daughter. Mrs. David Claire, M. CappsA..xlculor MM aitent or his attorney are engaged In bualnea at R. Lundy. Hwy. 301 :North,
: at the Homemakers County to attend church Mrs. of the Lint Will or It will .hevinneoldaccordlna; TIt 1 Box 194 Lake Butler Starke, Florida, coowners.Iatad .
<<: services last sllverwear was broken open Reid and her sister of Hollla V. ..
and Tentnment
meeting at Doctor's: Inlet to law .'111. this 24th day ot 8 u-
on Sunday for the first time since but the thieves left the silver Helen Walker.Mr. Knl'*h'n iletvaiied.Klrit : Clarence E. Dvfluv, Executor of Will .... Glenn and Winifred mlier' 1968 A. I>. at Starke.
September 24 by the president. last July as she has been confined alcne. and Mrs. D. A. Neace pbbitisttonSept.; 4t 88.9 10/11* thu .Ratal of Aaron T. Paul :T Olenn, lit. 1 Box 194. Lake Bradford County, FBI It
Mrs. Mildred deceaiifd. .. 10/17
Payton and Secretary Blltrr.h'r..I.! .
to her home with recurring About a month ago the City and children of Savannah Ga.,
Mrs. Emily \Loon Others illnesses. was reprimanded ;by a council visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. r

amending were Mrs. Ruby Mooneyhamand Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Harden- member for .the many breakInsand Ellis last week.! Friday Mr. and

Mrs. Ruby Griffin. !berg!! have returned from a trip robberies that have occur- M-;'. Crowley of Starke. cams
The fall tour of the Clay Coun. to North Carolina, where they red. Both the Clarence Sipes and out to visit the Ell .ses. and try [![]

ty Club was enjoyed Wednesday took their daughter Dottle who the Orlscolls notified the local out their new boat. When they
got about 200 yards out In the '
police of their impending absences -
from their homes. lake. they spotted. rattle

GAINESVILLE MASONIC NOTICE snake. They ran over It, and .

Melrose Masonic Lodge 89 of Mr. Ellis finished killing the Putting-you-fi rstI":

Keystone Heights will resume: three foot specimen. Sunday, ; ,
Mrs. Holmes and her \son Joe
{regular meetings at 8 p. m. on
and friends were visiting
October 8. :Worshipful Masts some
Business DirectoryAUTO her aunt and uncle the Elllses.
Wm. p, Wilson will preside. Friends of Sargent Brotshear

will be \sorry to hear that he (A quick tour of some of the thoughtful new features the 1969 Chevrolets

SALES MEN'S WEAR rTVVq'.m'.a.r..rINDIAN' found passed dead away in recently.his bed in He Vietnam was- offer that other cars In Chevrolet's field don't.)

BRASINGTON BEACH on Sept. 22. 'Sargent was
CADIUAO STAG 'N DRAG well known around this area. Headlight washers You spin your wheels once, Variable-ratio powersteering
-OLDSMOBIUS l He was the nephew of Mrs. wait a moment and you're oilIs particularly helpful in short,
SALES ft SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coats (Lain bate FtI) Doyle James and Mrs. Art You push the windshield with traction you wouldn't belul turns.

Fine Selection of Used Can Arrow DreM Shirts By Michael H. Chlttyn. Wheeler and had spent time 0' washer knob and hold it, and your Hove possible on slick ice, or And parking becomes unbelievably -

Taken On Cadlllae Trmde Puritan Sweaters 479-2171: here with them. He visited headlights come clean.Fluid packed snow. easy. You'll see.

2001 N.W. 18th Ph. 378-5301 rater Jackets .A.A..AA.AAAAA& them last July after spending is diverted to two jet Available on all 1969 big
worked nozzles at each light lens. (Outer Chevrolets. Walk-in wagons
Ladle. Sportswear a year in Alaska. He
CRANE 4734782. some >In the summers for the lights only on duals.) The tailgate swings open like

UNCOUr-MERCTRY 2 Stores 13 W. University Greetings, salutations, and all Wheelers( and was a frequent .1 The spray removes up to Steering wheel lock a door on most of our 1969 station

Authorized tteles & Service and Gainesville Mall thnt aorta stuff. This here's ye visitor while attending the University 80% of accumulated dirt. When you own a car as dewagons..

2201 N. Main ph. 372-4373 ole rolling-reporter with news of Florida. Funeral services 1969 The feature is standard on sirable as the 1969 Chevrolet, Which in itself is no big deal.
Corvettes. It
for you. Things are really slowing will not be completed until hidden comes! with the you don't take chances. But wait there's more.

Crane Imports MOBILE HOMES down around here. That Is hiS body Is returned. Our Camaro headlights Caprice and available Kingswood on When you leave it.you lock it. We've built a concealed step

Volvo MG Austin Healey elsewhere on the beach as for deepest sympathy go out to the Estate Wagons., It is! available! Not just the doors into the rear bumper.

608 E. University Gainesville us we had a fairly typical week family.Mr. all other models except Corvair. You lock the ignition steer You simply step up, over,
Phon. 372-4251 MUSTANG for our family. The weather had and Mrs. R. C. Lanier ing wheel and transmission lever, and in.
beiii;! more seasonal lately with of Jacksonville are spendingthis too. (The way we build our
Beauty Academy Mobile Homes, Inc.Gainesville's wind and just a. bit cooler week with their grandson Heated glass Our new lock on the steering wagons you can do it without

weather. But we still don and family. Robert and Jackie In a moment your rear wincolumn takes care of all that.bumping! your head, and without
POWELL'S Discount MobU have\ real "football weather" Lamer' and sons. They hope to dow will self-defrost. Standard on all 1969 Chevrolets acrobatics.)

Dome Sales! Lot. even though. football U In full catch some of our good SantaFe Because we've built onto it Chevelles, Chevy Novas Walk into d wagon' soon ata
Beauty Academy swing. while here. Camaros and Corvettes. your Chevrolet ea er s.
NEW MOON\ ICAPELLA fish network of tiny ceramic strips
Learn a Profession In Your As low $100 Monday night my mother Pap and Reba Norsworthy capable of heating the entire sur- Sorry, car thieves.
Spare Time Full or Part Time 4820 as Cricket and grandmother. Palma spent Sunday In Jacksonville face. 69 Impala I Custom Coupe
N.W. 13th 878-1346
819 N.W. 10th 978.2788ELECTRIC Chitty of Starke went to helping their son Henry, and Fog and frost disappear steering plus

Mobile, Ala. to attend the fun- his fiance. Connie Hoydlck fix: quickly and quietly.You just flick The 1969 Caprice Impalaa

MOTORSELECTRIC PAINT & GLASS ernl of Dock Williams. He Is up their apartment. Henry and switch and Camaro are available with a
the father of D. V. Williams, Connie will be married Satur- The heated rear window is new type of power

my father's uncle that we visited day. Oct. S, at the Murray Hill available on the 1969 Caprice steering.

Motor Repair Co. this summer. They spent Baptist Church in Jacksonville. Coupe and Impala Custom Coupe. Variable-ratio!
Liddell Paint & Monday night In Bonlfay with! "Preacher" and Marian Win. power steering.

Ot Gainesville InCl.Repalrlnl1'Rewlndlnw great grandmother Mrs. H. K. ters and daughter, Glnny and Pushbutton tire chains What it '
Glass Co
Chilly. Tuesday through Thursday several friend's' from Jackson- does is give
New and Used with Mr. and Mrs. D. V. ville were down for the week- You press a button on the you fastersteering 1t
2818 N.W. 18th Ph. 372-8318 instrument panel and the rear with
Williams in Mobile. While they
Glass--Mirror Door-
Sliding end.LAST tires get shot of "liquid tire fewer turns of
Farm and Industrial were up there. Grandmother MINUTE REMINDER: a
Tub Enclosures-Shower Dome
Kautamenf Copeland and I stayed with another You Only Have Till Saturday chain. the wheel.

Furniture Tops-Windows aunt and uncle of mIne. Oct. 5, To Register To Vote If W ma\ '

Tractor Windows-Awning Teenle and Roy Crenshaw and you don't vote, don't complain.You \l

SantaFF 118 N. W. 18th 372-8191 children In Gainesville. While gave up that right when
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there we were visited by their you failed' to vote.
Farm Tractors & Implements daughter Peggy Mersey and Duo to The Telegraph's

USED EQUIPMENT. husband Wayne. Friday night change-over to offset printing
SALES PART SERVICE SEWING MACHINESNational Mrs. Ida WhItehead! ate supper this week Leeon's Corner hadto Putting you first keeps us first.
4488 N.W. 6th :5p'e-2548: ,
with us, and had \some good be omitted because of shortage

GARDFW !PITPPME3Johnson fish Don Norris of Jacksonville of time' and space in the
Sewing ate with us and spent the night paper. He hopes to be back next

with my brother, Wayne Saturday
Paris. "
( Machine Co. Inc.
n'ght.' Sunday we were a= Its il
Complete Line of visited by the following people: Refills.
BIC PENS. Ball Point
Fluff .New Home- Nelco
SEEDSPLANTStn.ectlcldesPet Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morganand Bradford County Tele- r---------- j

Suppllw Used and RepossessedFERTILIZERS sons, and Mrs. Sally Deeseof graph.In .

!) Humervllle Ga., my grandparents -
Sales-Repairs All Make.
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Hubert and Palma ThfCinmlr .........'. Court OfllrinKuril
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 879' -0418' 611 W. University 878-1300 Chitty of Starke Aunt Corlne timnO, Klorliln, In
and, Uncle Allied Hudson, their I'r.hnle An.
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If any llilx you courtn inn, /, why lulmlttlnw the uutlonof Mill t A

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judgment and, nKiilnnt fur"' ('hllrl llaroltl,,>H A. iMivldHttii Iiarlrldrrrudud -l

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    IIIM.:.HII.aHHil.! .!. nf llollln! V. Knight, Chamber of Commerce office in Starke. Interviews

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    of mild* liiliri II.re.irnll* .>Htifd In th" Kntat will be conducted in about two weeks.

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    THURSDAY OCT. 3. 18 !

    THERESSA Training: Union. 6:30 p. m.: Packham on Silver Lake. may be obtained 'from the blood. Saturday night guests of L. Wainwright Mrs. Robert family in Avon Park. Pierce CreWlS-
    Evening Worship. 7:13: ; Wed Plans are being made for the teachers Misses Ann, Bell and the Slbleys were her brother- Lee and Miss Enza Blanchard! Sunday' Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mr. and Mrs. brotherinlawand
    nesday evening Prayer Service. renovation of the outside of Reba Thompson at Keystone in-law and slater Mr. and Mrs. attended the Methodist Christ- Moore held a family dinner in went with his E. A.
    By Dorothy Mill sister Mr.
    7.10: with choir practice) following Hops Church auditorium, central Heights phone 473-4782. Harry Nadeau of North Miami, ian Worker's Conference in honor of their son Jimmie who visit another .
    River to
    of New
    473-4518 :. heating and air conditioning Mm. Carrie Ingram who left Sunday morning for a Gainesville Tuesday Wednes- has spent his leave at home Sapp brother-in-law and slater,
    .............A...AAAAb Sunday School attendance of the Sunday Schoolrooms Funeral services for Mrs. vacation in the Smoky Mountain day and Thursday evenings of and will be leaving for Port" Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardsin
    was 84. On Sunday afternoon and construction of a. Carrie Ingram, who died Sept. ?. Visitors of the Sibleys on last week. Hood, Texas on Wednesday. Wednesday.
    Hope Baptist Church Miss! Linda Batten and Joey pastor's study. The planning 24 in Tallahassee, were held Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. The dinner given by the Those enjoying this get together W,Orange. Crews'Park sister on Mrs. C. D,
    Sunday School 10 a. m.: Baldree were baptized at the committee Is made up of Mf 8.Clance last Thursday afternoon at Carlos Youngblood of Willlston.Lt. WSCS Junior Circle Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Emmalou
    and daughter
    Morning Worship u Ernest Trlest and and Mrs. Harry Loper. evening Thomas) and family of Live Sellers
    a. m.; home of Rev. and Mrs. Merle Joe First Baptist Church in Starke was a great success. the weekend and they all
    Hasan, and actual work Is expected with interment at Mt. Sinai and W. C. Loper, returned Sun The tables were decorated with Oak: Mr and Mrs. Sebe Andrews spent: W. Crews and family
    visited S.
    to start In the spring. Cemetery. Mrs. Ingram was day to their duty stations following spi'ays of wild dowers down the and children of Wildwood -
    Work began this week on clear- we'J-; known: and loved by many a visit with relativesand center and music was furnished Mr. and Mrs. Freddy' in Jacksonville.Cubbage recent
    Mrs. Steve a
    JACKSONVILLE Ing property for the enlargement residents of this community friends here and in Starke. through the evening by the Moore and children of Homestead honored with a
    bride, was
    of Hope Cemetery. who! knew her while she livedIn Friends of Bernie McGee Jr. Sta-l.ght Boys: Earlie Padgett ; and Mrs. Chuck Mooreof shower at the
    New Life Bible Club Starke and .sympathy is extended will be glad to know that lie Roger Padgett and M. M. Jor Luke City and the Tom Casey miscellaneous Robertson
    home of Mrs. George
    The first fall meeting of the to her .son, Hugh In- ha', returned to his home and dan. About 125 people were family. The hostesses
    Business New Life Bible club will be gram a former principal at Is oolng well after eye surgery .served and everyone enjoyedthe Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan Monday the members of the
    Directory held Monday. Oct. 7, In the new Bradford High School and last week. evening together. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald : were
    mobile "Children's Chapel"which family of Tallahassee who are Get well wishes to Mr. and! After! their meeting last Wednesday Williams and Kevin were visit WSCS. enjoyed playingpvogiesslve
    will be parked In the lot also well known here Theressa Mrs. R. O. Dansby. parents of evening the MYF surprised ing Mr. and Mrs Ralph Jacobs Everyone Tiny
    Daisy. cup
    at Hope Baptist! Church. The. relatives of Mrs. Ingram are Mrs. Janice Hall who are both Mrs. Denton, the Pastor's and son in Orange Heights on
    cakes and fruit punch were
    \uto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES club. sponsored by the Chil nieces and nephews: Mrs. Percy hospitalized at Riverside Hospital wife, with a birthday party In Sunday. 26
    to guests.
    dren' Bible Mission, Inc., will Sutllvan Sr., Percy Sullivan Jr., in Jacksonville this week. the recreation room of the Joceph Starling son of Mr. served
    Parr .h Motors HONDA meet for one hour after school Percy Sullivan III. Harold Mills Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan church. Special birthday cake and Mrs. V. L. Starling has
    every Monday. There Is no denominational and Miss Dorothy Mills. are spending this week at brownies and soft drinks were completed his basic training at ADD MACHINE ROLLS,
    MONTESA emphasis! ; all J. D. Terrill then home in Miami. served by Pam Tye Elane Foil' Bennlng, Ga and has been! File Folders complete line office
    SALES children In grades 1 through ft Sympathy is extended out to :Mrs Merle Packham, Mrs. J.. Wninwright and James Knight transferred to Fort Lewis supplies.The Telegraph.
    SERVICE MOTORS & (CYCLES CO. arc Invited to attend, bring the family of J. D. Terrell, former A. Gnann and Mrs. Brenda Everyone had a grand time. Wash. Ph 964-6305.
    'ART" See Honda's Hot 330! their Bible and a friend, and residents of Theressa, who Jones attended, the safety meet- Mv. and Mrs. Joe Harley Burney Dobbs of Jacksonville
    4919 Blending Blvd. participate In this fine Bible are remembered here with high Ing for school bus drivers con- have announced the arrival ofa spent Saturday with his patents,
    Always OotM Used Cars Phone 771-8244 memory program through regard. Funeral! services for ducted in Starke last week by daughter Lisa Machell on Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs.
    t'tl Laura St. Ph. 356-0654 MOTORS: CYCLES' which it Is possible to win a Mr. Terrell. who died Sept. 28, Jol.n' Dyal! and Fred Duncan of Wednesday Sept. 25. Others visiting were Mr. Dobbs' Sludged engines?
    4049 Blending Blvd. 771-8244 free week of summer camp and were held Sept. 30 at Bayless Tallahassee. Church Activities) brother Clarence Dobbs and
    BEAUTY ADEMY: other awards. Visualized Bible Highway Baptist Church. Inter. Friends of W. H. Hall Jr. will Glace Methodist Sunday daughter Muilin of Sanford on ...
    lessons songs, and a worth. ment was at Hope Cemeteryand be triad to know that he is making School 9:43: Worship 11 a. m. Wednesday of last week
    American MUSIC while missionary project !Is a Rev. Merle Packham assisted a good recovery following and 7:30: p. m., Choir practice Mil. S. C. Harley, Jr. and
    part of each club period. The in the rites.Housewarming recent eye surgery at a Gainesville Wennesday 7 p. m. followed by David spent the weekend with
    Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. school bus route which goes hospital. MYP Bible study Thursday at her mother Mrs. Delores Carmichael -
    Academy directly by Hope Church, makesit Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dyal Think About It"When the! Parsonage 8 p. m. in Jacksonville.
    *t W. Monroe 8859591Riverside a Band A StringInstruments possible for children to go to were welcomed to their new I want to speak, let First Baptist -Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips
    Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers the meetings directly from home here with a housewarmIng me think first-Is it true? Is it OM: a. m.. Worship 11 a. m., and! sons of Jacksonville Coleman .
    .school If they bring a note Saturday evening. Plans kind? Is it necessary? If not. and 7:30: p. moo Training Union Phillips and three childrenof
    School Sunpllelnatructlon from their parents giving them wra directed by Mrs. George let it be lelt unsaid." -Dab.cock. 6:30: p. m. Midweek services Maccleiny! and James Phillips
    Hairstyling Roberts Recorders permission to leave the bus at Payne, Mrs. Lansln Herseyana ) Wednesday 7:30: p. m. of Starke were visiting RPM Motor Oils keep en
    Music' Llbrary-EX1rt that point but :It will be neces- Mrs. Steve Broadway, find Church of God Sunday Mrs O. J. Phillips on 'Sunday. gines clean, cut wear, help
    Academy Repair Department salY for parents to arrange about 50 friends visited. between ','.yyy..yyyy..y.yyyy' Scl'ool 10 a. m., Worship 11 a. Mr and Mrs. O. J, Anders engines last longer.
    1650 Park 8.k .88-8 l1 41 W. Monroe 835-8<<1 transportation after the meet. the hours of 6 and 9. m. and 7:30: p. m., YPE Wed. spent the weekend with Mr.
    Modem Styling: Ing. Parents are also requestedto PERSONALSMr. nesday 7:30: p. m. and Mrs. James Anders and STANDARD
    Qualified Instructors PIANOS send a note with their childor and Mrs. Elbert Herseyof LAWTEY\ Highland: : Baptist Sunday family in Palatka. OIL
    Accredited VA ApprovedDay children giving their con. Gainesville visited Mr. and School 9:45: a m., Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrlsh of Call Your Standard OilMAN
    or Night Classe sent for them to attend the Mrs. Doley Hersey Monday By Jaza? BlanchardIAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAIA a, in. and fl p. m., Choir practlco -' MaxvlIIs: were luncheon! guestsof IN STARKE
    For Musical Adrloe .meetings Further information evening. 7 p. m. Prayer services Mr. Parrlsh's sister Mrs.
    C. CARTER NICE Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Slbley Wednesday 8pm. Esther Hicks on (Monday.

    spent a couple of days in Tampa The Pastor Don Denton, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley Mss Carolyn Taggart of Middle 964.5132
    Peavy Brothers Bins visited Mr. and Mrs. 'Standard Oil Company(Inc in Ky.)
    ,last week visiting Mrs. Sib- and Mrs T. V. Duck Windell spent the weekend visiting her

    Electric Co. .t. toI.' .'" ley': sister Mrs. L. L. Young. Kelly, Ernest Wells Mrs. T. brother Clyde Starling and Roy Griffis on Sunday afternoon -

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    SEWING CENTERJacksonville's" day School.: 9:45: a. m. Worship SLICEDRAISIN
    Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.

    m. Training Union 6:30: p. m. ..1ukc7 1. 1 : I '
    H.&N. Nursery open lor all services.

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    WESTERN STORE 8 a. m. and 9:30: a. m. Sec. MARTHA COMII WITH 1.0001 MOII 1001 Ollll

    Triumph ', ond, third and fourth Sundays
    Of Morning Prayer, 9:30: a. m. Eve :
    LITTLE DUDE ning Prayer-Sunday, 7 p. m. WHITE COFFEE SALE !
    JacksonvilleYAMAHA Holy Days will ,be announced.
    Western Store
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    "dales' Part. Service Western Clothing Leatner- Divine Worship, 11 a. m. Sun CORN MUMIN.BIX MIX. HOUSE Ibcon FYNE TASTE Ib bagFLAPSiAX.MASHCDPOTATOES
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    1228 Phillip. Hwy U. 8. I 8.Jacluonvllk & Sharon Patty ,
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    859-7240 902 8. Ed/rewood/ 881-1210 St. Anne's Episcopal Church.

    William! Wise, Vicar. /2! 11: sac : [OFfEI+" 3ac

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