Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Julian. Yonge I
; U. of Fla. Library History ,

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .




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('ounly R.h Foreman R, E. Jane shoots level ,
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road whirh had (n be graded to the rear of the old bowline W U STARKE FLA '," i A i ," tH: 'V;, ', '''

alley to allo-.v tlnlh ami<< material to be unloaded. Work f )j .' Be SolutionTo
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AREA. Answer
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,} ':' I'" Reaching n unanimous:
decision! to push!\ ahead

with plans for an "educa-

r tional park" in Stnrke, the

Pushes Proven Programs llrndfcml County School
Additional air-rondilionin-i: ducts had to be installed- In the old I
Jioard has!\ Apparentlyreached }
noulin' alley- on SIt-100! south where the new clothing plant I Is the beginning of

going into ipTr.tic.i., fJoorifo: Brown of Brown's Refrigeration- Educators' 'Sick'New the end of i its lejjal hassle: !

checks- out the: s>'.ten bon'. Other workmen place machineryon Modern with the Department of

the llonr.Plans wr :4.I.t.Nt'Jftit ; Health Education and

Principal States rh w3 J.o. 'o/s.tt.;; ::3...".'...=;\:..,ar.; ,.,--;rixa.uu ,--, Welfare.
Disclosed Travis Wynn, BITS Junior and an FPA member, look over the Basically, the matter plan far

Taking a whack at modern: child for being sick and having. sickness. I am sick of Its synv\ heiler ynuni Wynn won In the First Annual Calf Scramble last the county as adopted at the

day education's attempts to in- symptoms?" the BHS principalasked. ptoms I am sick of misbehavior fall. Wynn will show the animal, which he has doubled in weight: Tuesday board meeting in, the requires

Off sti'l!! discipline within:' Bradford being reinforced under the al the coming Bradford 'ounly Fair Fifteen other FFA and that beginning all county:
Wraps guise of therapy," DiggS told school:! year 1970
Principal Ralph Diggs Sick misbehavior of today'sstudent
".If members will ret a chance to win a heifer at the second students in grades s-Jven
terms today's society "sick, is being: re-inforced under the Civitans. will attend
annual scramble Nov. 14.
act I through Junior college
sick, sick." the guise of therapy, Dlggs The principal also addressedto
FFA Iii"lrii<-tor Taiil Hiitchirn, a member of the calf election school In the educational:
the problem of the "college
Diggs says a return to a nor. said. The medicine he gets Is Brad-
mal: curriculum is necessary, sweet, not bitter The child is rat-race," in which he says a rnmmlltee examines Wynn'g work for the past year- park which now contains Center
New fo-'d High, the Vo-Tech
Plant "We are sick with dizziness given tender, loving care, and large percentage of shaoow- School All
ana confusion from living In because he enjoys it, the treat- viewing parents and schools arerutnUg Until Nov. 16Calf other an.l the students Middle of the county
out tops-a-turvy. three-ring circus ment reinforces the behavior \ the average high schoolstudent's through
from kindergarten
world told the Clvt- it Is to education.
Dlggs supposed cure
ly" 1 15:.! persons\ in the future grades six will attend commun.
Wrapwere taken off Staike'snen Parents and schools
are pressuring
tan Club Tuesday morning and "Since the diagnosis releases
"We hope to: eventually builda Scramble sty school cl'nl.-I'.3
garment plant when their children into registering -
tin Rotary Club Wednesday, Mr. of all responsibility, he the
Maurice Ras -t >ck, vice plant in Starke if we have of Interest Decision to Implement
n ; pre- which "expressly: excuses and makes no effort to improve for subjects no: -
Mdc.it of H. Roscnstock t: and enough: labor supply, Roien- unwittingly condones the actions himself," Diggj says, "He is to the child and: many times plans for the educational: center -

Sons I:nc.. rpp al'>d Thursday, stock said.Rosenslock. of and evil. content to remain sick, sick too difficult for him DIgs sooner than originally sens-
Sept 3. wlien: the: Board; ot Gov- : and Sons: which "It wrong eliminates the qualitiesof sick" says Pressure tactics in compe /Is Postponed duled was recommended; by
has its hone; office in New Superintendent Tom Casey and
crnoi ol the Chamber of Com- ting for top grades with little .
self-discipline and selfre.slramt Due to the'! weakness of our
Clark following -
m'Tce! met Yoik City was founded by the of Show which by Supervisor Connie
regard for' the assimilation chose the best
Plant. be'nam'ed "VlePNsdl.11t'J! grandfather! in < It pel'mltsindulgenoe in achoolsthoughoutcow ,naUpn.v Ten purebred heifers, five ,a Friday meeting with
The\ : yet to absolute and Irresponsible freedom such as: knowledge also leads to many horse In Bradford Columbia,,
will be Iccatsd at the old bowlin : upper New York ftate and manufactures The lack of red-blooded lead abuses. Including cheating during good grade heifers plus five and Union Counties, Dr Lloyd Henderson of HEW
children's: clothing: consolation prizes will be and Dr. Gregory: Am'IB of the
A ,
? alley on !in southeast what he examinations the principalsays. : Bradford Chamber of Com
"It lets! pleases -
In the Starke one awarded 20 FFA and 4-H members Office of Education
Starke and will The employes rrship.Yielding U S.
employ 43 merce committee
peopl met Monday,,
plant wll: only be Involved; in when he pleases, and to to social pres- at the Second Annual Calf Oct. 7 Casey said that the meetingwas : ..:
'right away" and "h:>j:-ful- whom he pleases without:' havingto Sill The push for the highest to begin plans for the
the. sewing part of the assembly es.The Scramble planned for Saturday scramble and a friendly one and that Di
from horse
mark for children stems show II,
face lack of willing
be done! ii the pay the piper or eve.i educators Nov. 16 the Falrgro"nds. Dr. Anrig seen
the rest will : at wan uncertain Henderson: and:
the limited number of then whether
the music. to stand and be countedfor spaces theRrp
OperationTo Salikburg, N, C. plant. up Originally planned for Oct. Club ed anxious: to help( Bradford
available for students In major ng could take part In
And disobedient
so-the what they know is right.
Roren stock !said; his company 19. the scramble has been postponed the festivities County iron out its problems, so
of learning the 19th
institutions higher on sinceit
pays 'fair wages", tiles to kt'pthp. ill-mannered, rebellious child \Is Many administrators! : are BO to due to a date conflict, has been extended that it can be in campl'anc.-: :
employees: content and comfortable a dick child." afraid of this Issue Dlggs says, he says. Parental pressure Chamber of Commerce President an invita-- with the Civil Rights Act ot
tion to
get youngsters Into the elite! college a horse show in Union
Today's modern educators the ready to turn theil'backs
: sayth.1 are
Begin ''tie: plant will be sir Wayne Whlffen has announced County, ,
extends beyond their influence according to Chambet
is a child wants to "kick In cowardtc.e.Schools. 1904.Casey
cor. ltlt'ld': ; and is interestedi'i President said the federal official -
"activeIn yo,, ir. the shin, let him kick kindergarten through over their own children Bradford Club Is Wayne Whlffen. "extremely pleased"
1 Laving its employees The Roping Loyree LaNler .. seemed !!
If he wants to whack graduate school have Though various pressures ap- !in charge oi .
you. you fallen
the community.: colleges and parents ac- also being asked to participate fund raising! !! for the scramble,, when they were show.i: enrollment
Monday Rosen with an axe, let him whack prey to this sickness also, Dlggs \ horse It did last this :
At the Board meeting with a show as said! that a total of ; statistics for: yen
"But don't punish\ him, he'ssick. say's."f, tiuillv; force high schools to $2,000 I.
stock also announced that Gerald year with Trl-County Horse (about 38 par cent of the: Negro
of How can you blame'! a am sick of this kind of (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page FouvVin ) formerly
Tucker, attending :
_ Opel"Otions111 begin Monday, manager students are
Big: Dad's plant in Slal'ke111 nll-v.htte schools' and they felt
Oct 14 In Starke's new garment
factory:: In the old bowling be manager ;of the new garment : In Use Of Keystone Airport that there had been a
plant. breakdown: in communication:
alky on SR-too South Chamberof
The vice\ president commented between HEW and Bradford:
Commerce Manager Pete that hr came to Stark County School System.
Ncvuk aid Tuesday. Oct 8,
Workmen: hove been busy all about thre? weeks ago becausehe New Lease Limits Sportsman According to Casey Dr Hen

week! readying the building understood the Big Dad plant derson uggested that since th
was for sale. countyms already pIa,1IIlng;

adding lights and air-condition additional "I looked at the ing ducts, Installing plant and was not interested" Heights Sportsmen's Club at the Keystone Airport, to be In the best Interest of terlield repeated that a recent Wally Kovriyce: ) president of put It in writing and present it
electrical: wiring: painting, and he said. "They're askl.ig too the flyers to be completely SUI'p; '1 of :n pilots using the n'.r-! the Keystone Heights Acre to HEW. Casey said Dr He.iderson .
thrown into the at Council
Tuesday night's (
Installing machinery.The much money and we felt we was pot rounded by fhearim. You are pot; facilities showed that 32 Crab), representing' it majority indicated that j if the
new plant Initially will coulan't: use a plant that size to meeting, starting a new round of controversy in an making/ an arsenal out of our objected to the use of firearms of area resident interested' iravintloi. board agreed to develop the
employ approximately 45 persons begIn'lt l." (The Big Dad issue that has hung fire for several month airport expressed a desirttliv center by the beginning! of the

but will work up to 125, plant has 52,000( square feet, the both sides. of the airpor! 1970!) school year!! teen: HEW
the same number Big-Dad employed old! bowling: alley, 15,000 square The new document -not yet anti hunting club controversy be' would probably: drop: its allegations

in the final months of feel accepted by the sportsmen )e olveat\ the meeting, will against Bradford: County

its operation. Rosenstock: was not one of Pilots Termed would limit their hunting activities 1 other suitable areas nway froir and there probably would be no
With 150 employees the new the scheduled speakers at the to approximately 700 air traffic set aside for hunt need for a heating' :,
plant which:' will manufacture: Board meeting H.s commits acres north and northeast of iii'l.' and thai could be level- Casey explained to: The Telegraph ::

children's clothing, will replace were made following the planned the natural gas line at the airport op'-d,, in time to be more bone- that "thl made us to-

the $10.000 per week Big-Dad agenda. 'Shortsighted'ByRoyVatkins closing: another: 1,500 payroll.:: First of the guest speakers > acres heretofore tl':11: all concerned; the date <'to implement tie!

H Rosestock; :: and Sons. Inc were Bob Pryor, chairman of available to the club P'ordyce snld that In private centeri' was elusive, now its
of New York City will\ operate Jur.lor I: Achievement of Jacksonville / The new lease further prohibits conversations with:. many Acre definite"

unde: a lease-pI::chase!' agreement Inc., and Tom Douglas; the! use of high-powered Club members, it was obviously : This takes "a little\ bit; of
with the Bradford Ccunty the executive director. The rifles on the airport property a .r. matter of real concern tcthi soil' searching, yetUion get

Development Authority which speakers! explained!: that student Keystone- Council Chairman and puts a oneyeallimit on .! flyers! that hint pawerec down to what's be't for the

purchased: the bowling alley for who join: Junior Achievement Roy Watkins Issued the following the agreement. rifles were being used 11the chino! ( -en this seems best"
the new firm's use, set. up their own small companies statement Wednesday Following the meeting Myron vicinity of parked, landlig, and Casey commented. Board At-
and "learn by doing how a as an aftermath of the pilot"portrmen Pre\att Jr.. attorney for the tiiktnn-off aircraft' ; and it was: toiney George: Pierce said that:
bus'rejs' ; works.: controversy over Spoitmen's Club, said a director's believed that enticement 01! from an economic point! :of view

t Members of the: Chamber use of the Keystone Airport: meeting would be called large! pnimaU and birU to OP it seemed the best thing to do
AnnualTurkey Board seemed Interested and "1 think the pilots have later this month to see whether eiiitlonnl boundaries! of the as hearings and other K'tal:
Dinner Board President Wayne Whir-\ been shortsighted In runningthe the' new lease was acceptableto oil :,oit by tie! hunting club'sfteii prcceodu-es arc!! costly and time

fe'i requested the education Sportsmen's Club off the the group. Don Morgan president crap pl.mtlnc pl'ogrnmcowltllltcll consuming.:
committee to research the pos of the club, and several \ 1hllzlIl'd to all' Supervisor Clark added that
by wooded area surrounding the 4I
Sponsored sibility of setting up a Junior other members of the board unite safety.H "it appears: the diici-lon we're
Women of SI. :Mark's Keystone Airport. This club added that U was his! own I
Achievement operation in afon a hunting trip In Idaho going\ Is futile. I personally: recommend -
to correct the
Stat ke Members of the committee was organized and: were not present Tuesday unalterable: opinion that high I this i the plan adopted ) -
Thurs., Oct. 175:30to8P.M. are Mrs, Loyree Lanier! problem the pilots are complaining night powered rifles should be forbidden ). They: i HEW officials gate
Mrs. Ruby Johns, Ted Oglesby : about-Illegal and Iho new lease apparently \ on ah-!port property. every Indication they would ac-

and l Bill Costello. careless shooting. These citizens cnme n* a surprise! to the IV ; Pievatt said that the new eel: thU. I nee this as a sound
r>r. T. G Ritch chairman: of of the Sportsmen'sClub sportsmen since the Council, lea.e proposed: and approved I education, program; At Ander-
In the Parish House the legislative, political action have done just that, at 1U September meeting, had .-. ****++ +4f Tuesday; nlRht by Councilmer I BO and Brookcv we can't

212 N. Church St. and governmental affairs com "They have, on their own extended; until October 8 the ) e Cool, Donolioe, and Wlnan!I, afford to keep such small classes
mlitee introduced; the second time and at no expense to deadline for the club to obtain would eliminate 50 to CO pet ''meaning the 7th and 8th

The Community State :.spsaker-Alfred H. Nelson, president the city, organized a, conservation a $300,000 liability Insurance cent of the area that has been I grades''. This was going to b?
of the Liberty Amendment program, kept up policy!: to protect the! city from available to sportsmen, ant mv recommendation !in the
Hank cf Starke and the Committee of Florida, fences- patrolled the area any suit arising\ from accidentor "would, cut off till of our\ planted Spring anyway."
Florida Bank at Starke Inc for fires and hunters, and injury related to hunting on Looks Like We nCI'enlc"-aoout 75 'estima'',, Cark: contiiued: "In grades!

will not be open for business The four-part amendment taught gun safety Their gun a'.vpoi-t! property. ted i acres. K-H we can do a superior! : job

on Saturday Oct. would force the federal government safety program li something; Prevail asked Councilman Rang The Bell! The original agreement, approved with! the:' facilities we have but
12 Columbus Day. to: sell within three years on the order of the Rotary James Cook-one of the three by the Council lust June,,i grades 7-12 In a county: this site
after the amendment's ratification Swimming Program It fills presenting: the new leasewhYa ceI'lb'Cpropel'ly, \ to be used! should be housed In an educa-

This Space Contributed all of its "buslneu, professional a great need. new agreement; had been by the Sportsmen's Club as:: tional center. It 1 11/0 the best

Weekly to Publicize commercial, financial ""s for deer on the run. drawn up since the last Council Pardon our pride-if it's showing-hut looks all oiopeity and lanplovrmt'lIh thug to dj both! educationally
or Industrial enterprisesexcept long the airport pointing out that the known as Keystone: : "
way as as meeting and economically.:
like we "rang the bell" with first ,,
Community Events our printed
by of Airport, excepting that enclosed
as specified in the Con abut Cairp Blinding and we cliit had met requirements Specific\ provisions of the
stitution" and would also repeal grow hay between the run- th"! extended deadline\ on liability by offset. Compliments and favorable com- l
The CommunityState the 16th amendment "and ways, we are going to have ipsuiance. Councilmen mend have heen coming in fast and furious during : by the! entrance road from I are: <11 Seventh and eighth

Bank thereafter Congress shall not deer What I'm afraid of now, Everett Fox and Roy: Watkins the past week, all of which makes us feel SI 100 to the airport, and; the grade!: students who would have

levy taxes or personal incomes, Is that we will also have a also questioned why a new that all the effort was worthwhile. Camp Crystal a'elOtller pro attended RJR will be transferred -

Accounts Now InsuredUp estates, and-or lifts" great deal- I of illegal shoot lease was being considered In the meanwhile, keep those ads and subscriptions vtMon-t 1 iclmled: promotion 01!t ID; the! Middle School: l: andstudents
to $15,000 by mg l!." Cook replied that lie did not U-tler liunUnir and ft.shtn, httl'ades nine through
believe the original agreementwas coming in folks-as well us the bou methods: liability Insurance,

compatible with all con- quets.: It all helps to put out a better newspaper.' (Continued nn Page Four) (Continued on Page Four)


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I l OCIErv NEw r rMrs. t; 44 44ie1 Zi tJ ,Books Friends Money of Library- Plants Provide, Furniture -- \

In- ,
.'AI: Last year 44 families, ; ,
,,;.:;. What do book fairs, a di/.duals and three organizations 1
the county: fair, money Venetian were members of the

Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Mo Father John Fattish and blinds, plants, furniture, Friends of the Library In the
H. E. Norman and Miss! and! used books have In common
Ree of Jacksonville were visit. mother, Mrs. Ann Fattish and pan potential, members were
Richmond: Ga.ar' .
Maude Sewell of In Mr. and Mrs. R. M McRaeSaturday ? letter. This year
? family of Patterson, N, J, were contacted by
Mrs. W E. Sewell all In which ti 1 1I
visiting These are ways decidedto !
night of committee
last Saturday visitors Mr. the executive
also Mr. Sewell, who Is a the Friends of the Library
Mrs W, E. Plummer Is in and Mrs. Peter Pfleshlnger. make their: appeal through
patient In Bradford County Hos Tampa this week visiting Mr. Elana and Angela Weldon of have contributed to the Starke- the newspaper. >A
pital. Mrs. Mable Smith has returned Hamlln.Mr. Bradford: County Public Library of the
and Mrs James Lake City spent the weekend ? "We want the people V
to her home In Phoenix since the! group's beginning p
and Mrs. J. O. Holton with their grandmother Mrs. county to be more aware of the
Alls': after several weeks In 1959.Generally.,
took:; his mother Mrs. Clara Gladys Weldon library and its services! the
UK! Sew ells, Also visiting the The Friends of
Hilton' back to her home in Mrs. T. D, Dyal returned Fri; prudent: commented "With
Sewells on Sunday were Mr. the Library also: try to acquaintmore
Tampa Saturday after amonth's with hope to
on day from two months visit more memberships we
and) Mrs. J. O. Sewell and family people with the library
visit with the Holtons
her daughter Mrs. Joe Eller- get mare: books and Increase
of Jacksonville. and with its resources, stress
and Mrs. Freeman Register Sr. "
Dyal concluded
Baldwin be*, in Panama City. Mrs services she
June Hardy and Ginger Thp Holtons spent the weekend and how the community can benefit joining
had as Sunday visitors', Persons interested: in
were visiting Miss Jayne with Mr and Mrs Neal Boiling/ M>'.. Joe Taylor and family from Its Investment in the library Th Friends of the Library in
Hurdy at Tift Collge. Forsythe. aid: impress Bradford
In Bradenton. and Rlckle McDavld. of Galnesillc. then rffort to support and Improve
Ga. the weekend. Countlans with the value! of
Mr and Mrs. Tommy HUI{' \ the library can take or Y n'rri
:Mrs. Mable WhLsler of Cen- gins! of Orange Park and Mr. Mr and Mrs James McNeelyof their Ibrary. Mrs George WinkJer. mal; your dues to Mrs Carl

tciville. la, was visiting her and Mrs. Dewayne McRae of Lake City were visiting her president said. Minx. librarian 132 S. Walnut I

bl'oth r-In-Iaw and sister. Mr. Jacksonville spent Sunday wllhthl'lI paients. Mr. and Mrs Herbert, At present the organization Street, or to J, E, Tomlinsonat
and Mrs. Garl Mathews last parents Mr. and Mrs Thomas on Sunday. is conducting a membership! the Florida Bank at Starke, Pl
drives in hopes not cnly of obtaining
Tuesday to Saturday.
George Hoggins, Tomlin-
Mrs Ella Moody of Green Jl'nerFoand/ : Clark.
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of Col. and J. A, Scanlanof more mangy: for the
Mrs Cove Springs was visiting her son's home! address is 1004"
Cooa:: were Sunday visitors of Catlett. Va. who spent last sisters, Mrs W. H. Hart and library but also getting more Plnebreeze.A .
M and Mrs. Russell Thomas people Involved in helping the
week with Mrs. Scanlan's mother Mrs> Edith Christiansen over membership form is provided SLAVIC FLAVOR-In the new
arm family Mrs. 0, L. Haynes Sr., have the weekend library grow. Annual membership below: mood of fashion is the cotton
Mr, and Mrs Don Champion dues are $1, a single
purchased the Carl Johns homeat DANCE Starke Shrine Club FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY corduroy peasant coat. Valor
celebrated: their 22nd wedding 326 S. Water street and planto oct 26th< New Starke Armory y membership; $2, family; $10 1969-70 interprets the look in Cone's
anniversary, on Sunday by taking move there In December.Mrs 1 a ; r and up, patron. corduroy, cut on the bias and
S5.00) ) Per CoupleAdults Individual $1 Family $2-
the family to Fernandina Addle Wheeler of Orlando ( The membership drive Is the flavored in the Slavic manner
Patron $10 and
Only. up-
Beach for the day.DANCE was visiting Mr. and celebrated Ml main source of revenue sa: the with fur-like trim.
Sturkt Shrine Club Roy Clemons is hoping for a big ie-
M'-s.: W, F, Herlong last Tues- Sunda/'wlth:
Oct 26th< New Starke Armory 3.th:; birthday on spouse this Since the
year. ,
dav to Sunday. They were Join. family dinner party at his When' Ton UM An Andrew. Charge
ts.no) Per Couple Friends of the Library meet
ed Sunday by Mrs, CorlnePurvis
on home Hellbronn Springs Beat The Deadline Account
) in April the
Adults Only of Gainesville, who help. only once a year ,
celebrate the occasIon
;Mr and Mrs. Steve Edwardsof ed the Herlongs celebrate their Helping to Mr. and Mrs. Walton group likes to point out that Your Prescription Tax Recordsare

Tampa were weekend guestsof galls wedding anniversary demons were Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Amonu the many beating' the deadline on registration In the "membership only requires a Kept For You By Us
Mr and Mrs. Sherrod Ham. small amount of money; not a
Mrs. Mable Whisler of Centervile Jimmy Newman, Mr. and Mrs. courthouse lust Saturday were Capt. Bobby Allen and his wife, "
)lion. ; la., Mrs Arlen Mc- big amount of time ''The Andrews Drug
Bur ciemons Mrs. Mamie Farriih Jane pictured here taking" the oath before Deputy !Supervisor Executive Committee composedof
Mr and Mrs Gad Mathews
Knight and son David, and
had as dinner guests Saturday M.-, and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere : Mr and Mrs Leon all Con of Janet Turner. Capt. Allen former manager of Eagles Store In the president; the vice pras- For Fast Delivery Dial 964.7170Urcu

after the! U. of F. football Saturday luncheon guestsof 'ner." Mrs. Lucian Conner Slarke has just returned from a year's duty In Vietnam Aftera IdEm Richard: Jockel; and thecciPtaiytreasurer.
Mrs. Jack
Starke Mr and
same, Mr and Mrs. Dillon :\Ill'. and Mrs. L, N. Picker Mills of Jacksonville Mrs. 30-day leave, he will be stationed at Fort Rucker, Ala as an J. E. Tomllnson

WMsler. daughter Diana and ing. Miry Dukes Mrs Lou Varnes. Instructor pilot In HIP Aviation School meet throughout theyear
Albert and Mr. and Mrs. i
son. DANCE Starke !Shrine Club
Mike Clingham and son of Orl. 26th !New Slarke Armory Mr. Mable Moody, Mr and :Mrs Winkler said she hopes
and Billy
Folkston, Ga. and Mrs. Mable Mis Gurney Crews thr.c members would continueto pSHI5O
$5.no) Per Couple
Dukes of Lake Butler and Mr. g)
Wliisler of Centerville, Iowa Adults Only, Mrs Edith Christiansen returned take an active interest in ( (
anu Mrs Ed demons of FaJatka ,.-
The) Clingmans had recently returned Dr. and Mrs H. H. Adams and their families. Sunday from two News About the library as many have done
from two years !in NOt'thAfrica. months visit in New Orleanswith in the! past by donating plants,
and son. Bill and Bill Brownspent Local'admittances to Brad Colored
: her' son-in-law and daughter. Citizensas making decorative plaques
; the weekend with Mr andMr this week
Mr and Mrs T. J, Thompsonof ford County Hospital Mr and Mrs J. L, Keat helping: with story hour and
R. R Turnipseed in At.
: of
Judith NEWS
include: Mrs Moody RECREATION
Arcadia spent last week ing' while Mrs. Keating/ under collecting items for the! book
with Mr. and Mrs. T. L, Casey lanta. Ga. La'ce' Butler; Arthur Bruner and went surgery. She also visited The Fall program has begun sal.j! which Is held at the County
Miss Geiii Mooty, a secretaryat Mrs Clara Crews of Ralford: be held Monday
other! New Orleans and practice will
relatives in Fair
airl! Mrs. E. T. Vestal, They all
Southern Bell Telephone Co .
M'j. Winnie Hodges of Brook. Saturday.
visited\ : Mr. and Mrs. E. D. while there. Wednesday! The book sale presents an oppoitunity -
)in Gainesville, has resumed
Thompson in Alachua on Wed. etRobert: Howell of Keystone Mr, and Mrs Maxie Carter Flag football will bs! held: Tuesday : far everyone in the
nir.hi classes at Santa Fe JuniorCollege.
ne day. Heights: Paul Norman of Law- Sr have had as visitors Mr. and Thursday beginning at community to assist the llbiary.If .

Mr and Mrs. Tyler Jones tey: and Mrs. Glenda Stinnett, and' Mrs. Willow Mathis of Mel. 4:30.: M:. Jackson Is asking the you're moving, cleaning ? 10-KEY
Mr and Mrs. W. 0, Lambertor
took their grandchildren. Kath Leaton U. Morgan, Mrs. Louise rone on Saturday and Mrs cooperation of all students! and house or just !have too many
New Port and Miss AnnLnmbert Joseph I
Robert Martin
) Melanie and Lex Green of Griffls, Jewell Johns of Jacksonville on parents. books cluttering the house, call 4
of Orange Park weieweekend .
W. B. Sewell, Mrs.Elva
Gainesville to Stephen! Foster Sunday. The! center! will be opened the library or Mrs Winkler
guests of Mr. and Craw ._
Memorial on Sunday. McRae Mrs. Kaspar Duncan of West Point, : ( an'! someone will come by to cHaA111pooo :
Mr John Greene: Fannie Reams andel'I'111 Fri-ay
ford Mrs. ,
Mr: and Mrs H. E. Smith of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Ga.: was visiting/ his parents, take those! used books (Including -
of Starke,
WllJiston were visiting Mr. and Jones all M '. and Mrs. K, G, Duncan to 11 p. m. paperback I and: records off
weie in Folkston Ga. Tuesdaynnd Mrs: F, J. Pellum. Mrs RuthFrazier
:Mrs Marc Jackson over the Wednesday visiting Mr and Mid- over the weekend. CHURCH NEWS yorr hands, Mrs. Winkler says, 1 I Et"19
weekend. and Miss Madge :111'. and Mrs. E, J, Baker Ebenezer! Baptist Church Thr.e unwanted items can beconverted
Mrs Virgil Mathews and attended attended meeting of
Beverly McRae. Diane Ad- a family birthday dinner Kappa dleton Delta PI In a Jacksonville and family and Mrs Stella Rev Carlos Burnett pastor into cash at the boo

kliiion ard Patsy Hitchcock of for Mrs. Mathews', sister, on Saturday. Griffin of Jacksonville were Thursday night Rev. Burnett book sale. GES jil.I.I .s
FSU; were home for the week Mv: Mable Whisler, of Center- weekend guests of Mr. and will deliver the anniversary address A number of community organizations
Mr aid: Mrs R, C, Bagwellof
end. Mr, C. S, Haddock, at Antioch: Baptist ; assist the Friendsof
vine Ia.t Colo. who visitIng HINI1
Denver. are j"A.
Mr and Mrs. R. R, Green II Church Mrs. S. W. Haisten
Mr and
woe: hosts at a family dinner invltad.Office.s. certificates of appreciation.! For .- .
for two weeks, were Tuesday Woman's Club holdsa
at theirhome example
paity Monday night
and members were
Serving of Sheriff
night supper guests in Gainesville honoring luncheon with proceeds!! goingto
Since 1950 and Mrs P D. Reddish Miand Mrs. Lex Green on glad to have Serviceman Eu- the library via the Friends Hire's a venitn*, all-purpoM adding machine designed

Mr, and Mrs Dale H, Van'' their[ 33rd wedding anniversary.Mr. gene Wilson from Viet Nam Members of Beta Slgml Phi are for years of dtpindabl* trouW'r.. prformnc. This
Sickel of New Port Beach Calif, and a former member! Petty 7 column and total
+ I I and 'Mrs. Bab Ferguson very active in the book sale compact 10-K( y Champion lists
arirl of Senior Citizensare
I I nc.1i arc rentlngthe home at 1404 E, and some the :
and Mr. and Mrs W, J. Green, as visitors in service last last and .!fortl....
........ "iP1 II Call street'' formerly occupiedby at the library1: every weekto
1 I ph h I r'' R"id"aF"9Q"" "" c' 'OP Epperson for several days. the Warney Adklnsons who Sunday help repair books.
I I i 1 Mr and Mrs. George Mormon The annual rally will terminate The executive committee
; I hate moved to Southgate Sub 'bo.;
I children of Leesburgwere Oct. 13, at 3 m.
and Sunday p
stressed that their first
II I division. concern
Mrs. Carolyn :;, CordiallyEaves visiting! Mr and Mrs. All members are asked to co- :
is buy new
Mrs, Nancy Gunter of South netting money to IIANDiWElATlD1I1AA '
Henry Morrison over the week Hadley. Mass, is visiting Mr cperate with the captains for books for the library In addl- 4T

Representative ? WelcomesYou end.DANCE, and Mrs. Peter Pfleshlnger this the success of the drive. tioi to this they hope this yearto \t1111 '
Starke Shrine Club Will : :
Oeater Bethlehem .
week. Mrs. Gunter has rentedone be able to obtain mote mag ,
Ph. 964-5812 and Your Oct 2hth New Starke Ar.mor Baptist Church. Rev Lewis! subscriptions table and: ... .
of the Renner apartments azure a ADDING MACHINES .I. ,
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your > :S3.00: ) Per Couple on Washington street and will McKay pastoMonday: night. chairs for: the children's: section y "

Starke New Home Adults Only.! move there next week. Choir No. 1 will meet. Tuesday plastic covers for the AS LOW AS. .s tOJ.95o>, > :. >>.,.,>'

)Mr\ and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Dr. and Mrs D. W. Whiffen night Choir No. 3 and Ushers! mngazlnes. a set of juvenile encyclopedia 7 i, .a.t .:,:

were Friday overnight guests and Board No. 2 Wednesday night! and two small coffee ,
The State of FloridaIt of Mr, and Mrs. Crosby H. and Mrs children Bill Ritz visited in Ocala on, Sun. Prayer Meeting Thursdaynight : tables.

Dawklns In Jacksonville and Bible Hour at the Cht rcti. M.'s.: Winkler Is particularly intertsted .
Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and Mi. Nollman attended the Scot. day Friday night Prayer Band in expanding: a service
and L. D. Vlning
Mr Mrs &
To Aquaint You With Your City.If tlsn Rites annual supper and M-, and Mrs. J, W, Timmer. Meeting will be held at the which; the Friends have at- Bradford County Telegraph

homecoming the home! of Mrs. Sarah Prince on ter.ipted to offer the! community
in Stockton Ga. over
:Mrs. paut'Raymond Is visit- OH: Lawtey Road SaturdaynUht taking books to home-bound
you are new in the area a phone in C her sister Mrs. R, B, Ataiez weekend the Ushers Board will sell i 1 .
Freeman Register 111, who re-

call will: bring you a prompt visit \ Mr and In: Boynton Mrs. Lonzle Beach.Normanof stationed cei.lly enlisted at Fort in the Polk.Army La. for U in Mrs the kitchen.Elene Lee! one of our .......... ....................... 4 \

from your local hJIi ess. Please! Rive Miami and Mrs Minnie demons elfcht weeks basic training.Mrs. faithful members, is in Bradford .

of Alachua were Monday W, A. Stern, Miss Louise County Hospital but is repotted n&' 1emedies "
call She has and many visitors of Mr and Mrs Roy will : :
her a maps Ciemons Stein and Mrs. Jessie Wil as doing well. She! v

liams of Lake Butler attended be happy to receive:: Get! Well
free and wonderful gifts for you Mr and Mrs Jimmy Wigginsof the Mexican Fiesta. concert at Cards from friends. e .

from local businesses. Jacksonville spent the weekend the Civic Auditorium last Sunday School at 9:30.: Morning 1 .

with Mr. and Mrs Ode Thursday night; service at 11 with the Ycuth A

W:ggtns.IiFOR : Mi, and Mrs. C. C. Harrison in charge The subject:: will bea .

of Hazelhurst Ga. were week. Bed of Rases. The speaker .

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. will be! Mrs: AI'Jel.ta' Rlrby.The S

U. of F. football game. Create AH'n Chapel A.M.E,

Mrs Gsrtie Plkhardt returned Church: Rev. L, A. Sampson .

EATING OUT PLEASURE 1 to her home in Miami after paste Sunday School, 10 a. m. .

spending: some time with her :Morning service! at 11 with the 0

sister, Mrs Golda Martin, who Youth\: in charge The speaker

1s recuperating from a serious will be Miss Sharen Clark, a .

illness! member! of :Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. .

Church, South Starke. Evening .

Bring The >ervics:: at 6 p. m. All members .
f fI New Light Bulb and i-ie'd* are invited.: 6

Whole Family! ,. Has LongerLifeA Chicken Dinner .. \ J) ..

I dramatic breakthrough in Set 6 m. Sat.
the technology of the ordinary II .

Dad treat Mom and the Kids to light bulb has been announced.The By FFA MothersA 0A

Dinner out with plenty of Good breakthrough was .
termed "the greatest advancein fried!!: chicken! dinner with S

Food. Family Fun. Our Menu is the incandescent light bulb all tiimmir.gs will be served 0 B
Saturday night. Oct 19. at the
set to suit every: taste, wilh Special: Menus: for: Children. Enjoy our Pleas since the introduction" of the fairgrounds: by the mothers of AS
R.M. .
filament. by Dr.
ant Atmosphere and Friendly Service We'll do the Dishes! lamp the Bradford FFA memters. Remember
warm : Zabel, Westinjrhouse All proceeds will go to the your money will disappear :

division engineering manager two Bradfi-d: FFA chapters according -

Try Our Delicious Buffet Dr. Zabel disclosed! that scientists Instructs: to Paul Bradford Hutchins: High AS : too unless you save it at First Federal :

have discovered! that Dinner! will be served from 6

SERVED DAILY the use of a rare gas. krypton, p. m. :

results in a significant im- Horn baked cakes will be '.GI

LUNCH TWO HOT ENTREES DINNER provement in lamp life. The aictloned:: off a'ter! the meal! : Savings and d Loan .

BUFFET Two VEGETABLES BUFFET new residential light bulb will The, FFA band will provide en. :

much life tertainment.!
provide half again as -

11 A. M. to ASSORTED SALADS 5 P. M. to at ordinary light bulbs with an 'TI; :

2 P. M. 9P.M. actual increase in light output. Published:\ every Thursdayat ASSOCIATION OF STARKE

ROLLS BUTTER 133 W. Call St., 211t N. Temple Are. Phone 964-5000 .

$ 25 TEA $1 75 Starke. Fla. 32091 .
$1 SAVE Second class postage paidat

COFFEE ouR _/ Sta.-ke. Fla e '

_..v_ TREES ,, Subscription Rates: O | The 3rd Quarter Dividends for 1968 have already been .

In trade area : S4,50 per

rM year: $2.50 six months. : credited to the accounts. :

r e Outside trade area: $3,OO ,

per yea: $2.75 six mcnths .

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I Of Interest To. In: Overloaded Cafeteria New River Baptist Ass'n. I

,, Convenes at Hampton, Oct. 74-15--

ness' and United:! Christian Action -
WOMEN 1,000 Fed In 2 Hours The New River Baptist Association : Paul Adklns, retirement
composed cf 20 churches centers and Children's Home:
in the B.-adford.: Clay and nnd Thomas Moore of Gainesville

Union County area will hold: will give his report as

lady's; Mooty: Phone 964-7608 Wei-king In terms cf) three! four. BHS cafeteria workers: can the Hampton Baptist Church: associations with which he

Illl a tray in 2 1-2 to 3 seconds: : m Mcnday and Tuesday. Oct 14. works.
Mary Lou Cooper Charter MeetingsHeld gettlni students from the cash 15. Scheduled for sermons are

Becomes Bride register to the end: of the line Meetings will begin both daysat Rv. Letter Taggart of BejlahBjptlnt
By in about 30 seconds and: thus { 3:30: p, m.. with supper Church: Rev. Merle

Of Fred Peeples And Wesleyan GuildThe Jed:! between 1.000 and 1,100 students served at 6 o'clock followed by Packham. Hope Baptist Chc-rch:;
In two hours in a cafeteria evening! sessions from 7 to 9. nnd Rev Virgil Lovett. Grace

Women of the United designed! to feed about half that Rev. Lawrence Carroll, pas- Bnpttst Cr-.;:ch.
Miss Mary Lou Cooper daugh.ter I tor of Keystone Heights Flrbt
Methodist Church met in the number. The 20 churches who: report
of Mrs. Jessie May Willis sanctuary October 1 for observance The workers said that it's "a Baptist Church Is moderatorfor to the new River Association
became the bride of Fred
of the Charter Meeting 'problem" trying: to feel: so manyin the Association and will have a combined: total membership -
Peeples; son of Mrs. EstaFesples of the new Women's Society of euh a short time and: one preside at the meetings Rev of 3.BOS. and 3.Xxi resident |l-
( in a candlelight ceremony Christian Service. commented "Ws don't have Jack Stolte of Ralford Baptist members, according/ tj In.siyear's !
at Hampton BaptistChul'ch Church. Is vlce-msderato, aidA
enough of anything (meaning 5111 reports
on Saturday evening, Russell Norman cf Starke
Sept. 21. Mrs. Charles Sawyer president space 3n5! : equipments" Two 1 .."
extended to the Women serving lines: have been set up .\ .._ First Baptist: Church Is clerk
The double-ring ceremonywa the! Invitation to become 'with the employees having ta .. treasurer!
> performed by Rev Melvin Charter Members of the newly carry the food across: the cafe. --- : .t : Representatives! of the Florida!! ob.Rt
ilamel. The altar was decorated formed organization Mrs. Donald terla to the second line. Baptist Convention who will all
wl'n an archway of greens and Hardenbrook! vtce-prrsldsnt In the first 43: to 50 minute 't spi>nk during the two-day meeting -

baskets of mixed flowers. conducted:! the service. Mrs. L. of serving more than half o* the : are! T. E, Robinette, who J1 w u,
J. Green provided the music students from the Middle School will explain the Cooperative[

Given in marriage ,by the ber bride uncle and the soloist was Miss Louise eat (the rest eat at Starke Elementary t' ', ', PrcKrum and home missions;
Colsie Rlgdon
Stern. until 1 A D. Chlldress. Baptist "Wit-
) and: from then
wore a gown of white lace over I
satin styled with a fitted waist! Mrs. E, K, Perryman, who about 1 p. m. the high school [; ,> BYNANCY'S

long sleeves, and a full skirt of served as the first president students are served. Democratic FLOWERS
tiered lace ending in a train under the former charter, presented The number of) meals being
He. veil of illusion! was held the history of the Methodist served In the BHS cafeteria has BIIS cafeteria employees fill trays at the Working at the furious but efficient pare are CommitteeTo :MUM: A

by a satin tiara and she carried woman's organization: and jumped 32 per cent over the nmu rate of 2J-J to 3 seconds a tray and feed some 1- tl-r) Thtlma Dixon, Leila Suggs (partly hidden Meet Oct. 15 FALL FLOWERHave
Mrs. A, J. Eaves presented the her being fed in September! of
u bouquet of yellow 000 students between In 2 hours each school day. ), Nan Merritt and Nina Parrlsh. you ever wondered why
mums and white stephanotis. History of the Evangelical 1967. In the month just passed
the is 'all flower? Well
United Brethern Women's Organ 20.186 lunches were served at a How much do ,000 people; eat that measured about: \ 16 by 20 hardly made a person want to The Bradford County Demo im-m a
Miss Judy Whitehead Nerved; zation, Mrs Richard! Chesset' cost Of f 7671. Last year 13.20S at a meal? Taking a typical 243 pounds of apricots and 93 eat there. cratic Executive! Committee it Is a simple matter, The mum

as maid of honor wearing a Mrs. E. J. Lanum, Mrs. lunches were served in September American menu hamba'aers.lettuce. : dozen buns.Commenting. Pointing oil the shortage of ..will meet at 7:30: p. m, Tuesday : Is known as a "photosensilivc'rplant !

Mown of lavender taffeta set Jack McComb. and Mrs. F. W. at a cost of $4,961. tomatoes, French: fries that while: the space. ,Dlggs states: "I'm very Oct. 15 In the courtroom It !simplyhas
off at the empire waist by a Strickland also assisted in the Mrs. Lois Bennett, BH3 business l- apricots and::! peanrt butte; cake: staff is doing an excellent job disappointed with the lItte storerooms to plan activities !in behalf of to have

violet velvet ribbon belt. Her program manager attributed:! the increase Mrs. Annie Alvarez: explained it under trying conditions, and: that and tire! washing l'oom- the Hur.iphrey-Muskle ticket In darkness at least! !,
violet short veil was held in to three factors: the Mid- in term of pounds! On one day the students are very cooperate they're just pathetic. We keep the November General:! Election 12 hours of this
place with! a velvet bow. She The Wesleyan Service Guild dle School: students the closed 25 pounds of meat were cooked: tlve, Principal Ralph Dins said them clean but its just 0 times '"JIfoi.' day to produce
carried a single lavender! aster. held: their observance of the campus policy and:! the concession and consumed:! 60 heads of let that he is not satisfied with the harder. We do not havt. enough Guy Andrews committee "' 0'; ; cuds.: When the

Uiesmaids; were Misses Charter Meeting" Tuesday nightIn stand which has been tuce. 110 pounds of tomatoes! : 330 cafeteria. He pointed to the grim room in the dining: ; I'oom-the chairman, said that a headquarters .ji: days grow shorter

Linda Stone. Debbl Hicks and the sanctuary. closed pounds of French: fries: 14 cakes:! looking exterior and said: that it students: are bumping each other : office will be opened! : j and the right
," in Starks soon. 't t'. &:' amount of darkness -
: ,
Debbie Hill. They were dressed
MI'' Nelson Green I -" ', Is given to
alike in lavender taffeta gowns. : history of the Guild and He extended an Invitation for
Their matching lavender veils M-s. Henry Godwin presented UDC Committees Recent Births all Democratic ncmine who the plant-it"vbuds and then

were held by taffeta roses and thr history of the Evangelical Golman-McComb will have their! names; on the blooms.
they each carried a lavender Women's ore AnnouncedAt R. Hel- with We are flower merchants-
United Brethern Told Mr. and Mrs. Charles ballot in November to meet
Engagement Pn.-1'ni-H: County Hospital an- In bountiful
: dealing flowers Wo
nster. uanzlation. Mrs. R. S. Mullins Fall MeetingCommittees sabeck Sr, Starke a son DavidMr. the committee Tuesday night
no.nces the following births: feel we have the loveliest fra.shcst -
Little Kelly Slade cousin: of M: s. W. B. Thompson Mrs. C, Air.: and Mrs. Milton Eugene and Mrs. Francis Xavier Wayne. Oct. 3. 'He' also urged that all mm-:!
tin bride was flower girl. She! C. Johns and Mrs. C. S, Haddock Colman of Valdosta. Oa. an. were appointed at Cahoon, Gainesville a daugh- Mr, and Mrs; Percy Sonny bets of the committee be pics- whore.flowe.-s Call; you us the will next(fir.J( ;) time any-

was! dressed In a lavender gown assisted in the program nounce the marriage of their the first fall meeting of W. T. ter. Carvn Ann. Oct. 1. Moody, a daughter, Oct. t 6.> ent. ;you need flowers.
with violet ribbons for a sash daughter Vanne. to Lt. Jack Wreks Chapter UDC Wednesday

and p. halrbow. Her brother, Hlxon, president, Foster McComb Jr., US Air afternoon of last week at the
Mrs! J. R.
Greg Slad?. was ring bearer extended an invitation to the Force on Friday. Oct. 4, at home of Mrs. O. L Beasley St. Mark's Women
CharterMembel'S 7:30: p. m. in the Park Avenue am! Mrs. J, W. Klncald.
Steve Varnum was best man Women to Plan Annual
Methodist Church. Valdosta. Mrs L. O. Powell president

ami Hayes:! the Randy ushers Hayes were and Foster C.iarIPS Lion Mrs.of the Hardenbrook new organiza also The ceremony was performedby appointed: the finance following Mrs. L.committees T.Crews Turkey DinnerThe One Week Only

conducted the service for the
Hicks. Rev. William Oliver in thepresence chairman Mrs. C. E.
Guild Mrs. C. S. Haddockprovided of : annual turkey dinner,
members of the
Following! the wedding! a !e- the music and Mrs immediate families Johns and Mrs. L. F Dinkins; sponsored by the Women of St. "

crptlon v.as! held at Hampton R, L. Strunk and: daughter, courtesy. Mrs O. L. Beasleyana : Mu-k's Episcopal Church, will
town hall. Beverly !sang! a duet. The groom Is the son of Mr. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid; hose be held Thursday Oct. 17. from
The tiered wedding cake top and! Mrs Jack Foster McCombSr. tess., Mrs. W, H. Nollman and 3:30: to 8 p. m., In the Parish at'
of Starke. Mr\ S. L Peek, Sr.; cemetery Mrs
Hall Church
with a bride and !groom un- on Street. t
ppci Mrs.: J. E. Wilson; publicity, SAVE
wedding B. Terwlllegar Jr.. .
of Clyde general
let an archway Little WomenTo The bride attended Valdosta Ml 34 Madge Middleton and Mrs, .
of the lace chairman of the dinner,
centered one
Hlz: !) School and graduated from E, L. Matthews
refreshment fables MondayNew said preparations are being
covered the Valdosta State College She has Irs. Peek Sr. and Miss Mid- ,
Yellow roses decorated made for 500 people.
employed by Plnevlew dirt on were elected delegates
white frosted cake and matched members of the Little General Hospital. to attend the general convention Autumn flowers will be usedin
yellow! flowers in mixed bouquets Women's' Club will be Installed in Richmond, Va. in November. decorating the Parish Houserooms
about the room. A pair of Lt. McComb a graduate ot and music will be provided .
by Miss Della Rosenberg sen- /
punch bowls on the second refreshment Bradford High School and the during the dinner.
encircledwith Jen' club president, at 7:30: p. Mrs F. J. Pellum program
table were 14 in the U. S. Air Force Academy, Colorado chairman read an article from president
at the reception m. Monday Oct. ( Mrs. Kenneth O-ider,
fern. Serving Colo.
Hicks clubhouse the W T. Weeks magazine on of the Women of the
were Mrs. Mrs FosterHayes After the first of December, newspapers published] duringthe Chinch said that one of the
M-: J.and W Home Mrs. Arnold Hadctovk. Hostesses for the meeting will thus couple will be at Nellis Air War Between the States and projects to benefit from the %

be Sandra Hugging, Patricia Force: Base, Las Vegas, the difficulties that were en dinner will be the Parish Hove >

couple resides m Waldo. Edwards, and Nancy Struth. Nevada. countered. air conditioning fund. /f
The Mrs R. E. Tanner of Bald- _
Mrs. Terwlllegar has announced
win was an out-of-tawn guest
the following committees:
The hostesses served a salad
Stork Shower Mrs William Carter, Kitchen;
course during the social hour.

\ goesrJ1! For Mrs. Smith Arrangements of hurricane lilies Mrs.Mrs J Martha, W. Ktncald Moore and, Tickets Mrs. O.;
IIlfi. if heat and carnations were used
: i your L. Beasley decorations: Mrs.
II : i; to highlight point of interest in Sara Hunter and Mrs. Terwllle
Mis. Bob Smith was honoredat Ute Beasley home for the meet- Carter and
U i YOUR FUEL in a the stork Fellowship shower Monday Hall of night the ing. gar Mis. Herfca.-t: Thomas dressing; I
: ,..J. Fitst Christian Church. Hostess. MI'!&. W H. Noegel and Mrs R. 1
Ritual Of JewelsSet H. Orider, rice; Mrs. J. D. Sey-
es were Mrs. Charles ,
1 GOT Mrs. Jim Faulkner. Mrs. Charles By BSR mcur. rolls Mrs George Kopelouses. and-
BILLS Mrs. Paul Canova
T. Pre-
Zipperer. Mrs. E.
1a Mrs. Grlder, salad; Mrs. Geor
k vat' Mrs. Gerald Grlffls/ Mrs.J. "
. 't r"r n grwss.w wr.2ePCr.ny M. Edwards Jr.. Mrs. E. M, The Gamma Theta Chapter of ge Miller and her assistants and 1t
. I Prevail Mrs. Tim Warren Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi will hold its annual beans; Mrs. Julian MCRae ,

. Johnny Bostlck; and Mrs. L. L. Ritual of Jewels ceremonyat her assistants pies.
Full wood. the Branding Iron Restau- Also assisting will be Gus

. r' rant Monday Oct. 14, at 7:30: Kopelousos. John Powell Clyde

. Arrangements of pink gladioli p. m. Members unable to attend Turwlllegar: Herbert Thomas.R. .

e hignllghted] points of interest in are requested to call Mrs. Grlder. William Carter, and
I'e the hall for the occasion. Toe Townsend Strickland by Saturday Kenneth Orider.

refreshment table was covered Oct. 12. The young people of the t
with a party cloth and held a church\ will be table hostesses.

crystal punch bowl encircled OdomTannerThe Tckets may be purchasedfrom
with roses and fern and crystal any member of St. Mark'sor

trays holding bootle cake wedding o' Jean Odom from Terwlllegar Motors,

w squares. and Oral Tanner will be solemnized Torode Oil Co., and Denmark

x Friday Oct. 18 at 8:30p. : Furniture.
The hostesses presented the ,
m. !In the Laura Baptist
honoree: with a high chair as a
memento of the occasion. Church.All Mrs. RichardsonIs
friends and relatives are 1

Invited to attend. ComplimentedAt

Baby Shower

0 HOME OF Mrs. Roger Richardson and 'S

KOCH baby daughter, were honoredat

MEDICAREAnd a stork shower Thursday off
night of last week at the homeof 1so/0
Mrs. Jimmy Thornton. Hostesses TMCE
Sick Room Home with Mrs. Thornton were pRiCESI'

Mi A. Vernle Thornton Mrs. ItEGU\.AR

Comfort SuppliesSALE Jerald Baldwin Mrs. Jessie OUR !
Ricks: and! Mrs. B. M. McRae.A COA'IS

AND .- RENTALS pink and white color FALL
: scheme was carried out in the 01'1' NEW

;: WHEEL CHAIRS BED PANS party decorations. Games were

CRUTCHESWALKERS INCONTINENTPANTS played by the 20 guests and, the best and coveBe

prizes awarded. bird pick Foll sty'lee'
own URINALS The refreshment table was on early s..s art neW fur
CANES centered with a baby pink and (ou 1I 'love from
while flower arrangement In a colon. ond
COLLARS ceramic lamb vase. fabrics and sip'outs pile ,
Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling The hostesses presented the untrimmed; he neW "Ieo

until come of it finally steps down to the living You Can Rely on Koch Drugs for honoree with a baby bottle sterilizer trimmed; ...nd inc\udin9\ dwomensmsquilt "

I' level. If you own an ordinary heater, you know M a memento of the occasion. lined,
and ServiceYour
" e. how coetly and uncomfortable that system is i Siegler Precision, Quality ther.look". Junior ; creom of ,he cop

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4-H, A World Of OpportunityIs Diggs Prefers Old Curriculum Hutson Arrow fells Buck Calf Scramble

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Theme For National Week Continued From Paw One : TITI nrrI1: Is

abandon the prescribed bodyof twc Issues just discussed (behavior PostponedContinued

information and replace It and grades) that we are
JOIN 4-H-A WORLD OF OP I' I r' with test preparation, the principal about to reach the point of no ( from Page ODe)
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PORTUNItY is the theme 01: -r --t says.Standard. return.At .

National 4-H Club Week observed 1 T 'r- -Is' F. curricula In the junior Bradford High, Dlggs says available to this year's event.

by over three mllllor -r.--- -- -r--- i and senior high school years lie and his faculty are teaching The committee authorized As-

4-H Club members October 6. ha' become meaningless and aU "sell: discipline. or "discipline elstant County Agent Bobby
12. -I--r-- -r .Tk' attention is focused on the within" by first inaugurating a Taj lor and Bradford High Ag

membersare --r-, set of of Instructor Paul Hutctiins to pro.
B"a3ford! : County 4-H Florida State-Wide Senior sound policies operation
busy this week recruiting 1j -5.-- 7 Placement Tests. Diggs pointed and then allowing: each in- ceed with the purchase of! the
10 purebred and five grade
new members to their meetings out that a score of 350 Is a individual student all the free "

in every 4-H Club in the County "mi'st" for a Florida high dom and opportunities of lead imals weighing around 300

r school graduate to enter the ership he: is capable of earning _____ pounds.
Any local cattle raiser with
Opportunities for 4-H'ers is L University of Florida and Florida n,1 being responsible: for.
State University. Students "1 believe that freedom and purebred or good grade animals
the topic at each 4-H Club.: meet. __ available Is
Inn Some of these opportunities going out of stats to college opportunities should first be tact Taylor requested to con. I"
arc required to take "college earned and then enjoyed" the
are: 4-H Camps, State An
idea former
boards." or tests to qualify to BHS principal said "Thereforewe spawned by
: Judging:! Contests,, Chamber President David
cent have few sick studentsat
entrance to nearlY' 25 per very
!Leadership activities such as
Coats purpose of the call I
Bradford High School.
of the nation's major colleges.
Public Speaking and holding a scramble U to get purebred
Parents and schools creatorsof BHS Is operating now undera
Club or County Council Office,, the rat-race must come up three-track curriculum plan: This spike buck was killed with a 55-pound bON by archer stock into the hands of Brad.

County Rally Days. and participation with the answer to the problem -A college preparatory track. Hugh L. Ilutson Jr.Killed ford's young farmers with the-
in the Bradford: County LI hope of increasng: quality of
the principal says. They A general track designed
Fair and other Fairs and Shows. on SI. Mary's Kraft property In Clay County last Sept. Bradford cattle. Each boy who i''
who not
must remove the pressure from for students have or
4-H 27. the buck was shot from tree stand. Huteon used two arrows
members also do varied the youngster and insist that cannot perhaps for financial a wins a calf agrees to show it
project work in agriculture,, One of he( "High-Lights" for Bradford County 4-11 members schools go back to their normal reasons: make definite plans missing, with the first. Hutson and partner Clarence R. in the Bradford County Pair

home economics. science personal I Is 4-H Camp. Each year about fifty irembers attend 4-H Camp curricula. fo college. This Includes general Scuiteln: trailed the deer 110 yards from where It Will shot. and is asked to donate a calf

development leadershipand Cherrv n"1If :Madison., Florida to enjoy a full week of activities "Only then will the level of college entrance requirement to the scramble at a future '.

citizenship. Some of these Includlrg swimming. erafc*. safety, recreation. leadership train. education:: return to the high ) plus a restricted amount date when his herd is large

are In: Ajtrlcvltural\ production Ing end citizenship. Winners of outstanding Camper Awards this standards we have become accustomed of business vocational or tech Big Red Effort Against Jackets enough.
and marketing including meal to in this country." nical training. The Chamber Committeecame
year were Walter Prevail, Carol McKlnney and Diane Thomas.
animals dairy poultry garden, Dlggs! say!!. But he hastened to -The vocational technical up with the idea of a

and field crops; Engineering add that he does not mean: that track which includes the minimum Not Good As Coaches thud scramble for five grade
projects of electricity automo. schools should return to the academic requirements of ThoughtWatching animals In lieu of the pig

live and tractor care: Conservation horse and buggy days. the state of Florida, less than sc'amble last year because of

: of forestry soil water,, "Only then will it be possible BHS requires and with heavy films of the St. with four !Individual tackles anl:! the hog cholera outbreak.

wildlife. Management of home for schools to teach boys and emphasis on vocational-tech AugL'Stine game over the ,weekend three assists each. Donnl Elder

and home grounds money and glils how to live with them nical; training. Bradford High grid coaches had three tackles and three STATEMENT OF oWN'EnSITTP! ,

town, and country business: $ hli u selves and their fellow man," Diggj! praised his superiors decided their team didn't:! lookas assists and linebacker Tommy MANAGEMENT: *
Family living such food and Dlggs added.A SuperInteaf1..it: : Tom Casey and CIIICl'LATIO.VAct
as good against the Yellow Jack. Blackshear had three tackles ( of October 23. 1962; Sec
nutrition clothing. grooming study of the history of education the Bradford School Board, as ets they whitewashed 33-0 as and! one assist. tion 4J6J, Title 39, United State

and: child care: ; Personal devel. would reveal that educators being "willing to allow me to was first thought, according to Other tackles! going down the Code)
extrem'sts.' the treat the cause rather than the Date of filing: October 1,
opment such as health safety, are principal Tem
Head Tornado David: Hurse. line were Grins 3. 10 HI' .
leadership and! citizenship; other says Many times when: anew political effects" at BHS. Diggs The players had bright pots pi'. Bill Buby. Keith Patrayand Title of Publication: Bradford
popular prcjects Include photography Idea or plan In educationIs : said: he Is also fortunate to each County Telegraph. Frequency -
in their performance but also Christy Chandler. two :
of Issue: weekly. Location -
born educators immediately havp the "solid support" of the
horses and horsemanship .
made some mistakes that show. Bill Adams Willie Cohens Rob of known office of publI..a.tIufl
and career exploration.Community tEf4 adopt it, and worse yet, workIt BHS faculty, students and the ed up In the minute analysis of bie Smith and Joe Green one : 133 W. Call St. Starke
to death trying to cure all patents. Bradford County Florida -
: 4-H Clubs
are now ills Dlggs states. "Together are going to the game films. Coach Hurse: each. 1209 1. location of the headquarter
operating In the following/ places said things that will have to Mike Norman got six stars of the general bualneaaofflvra
But he is advance Bradford County High
DiggS added certalr.Iy
133 W.
with active 4-H of the publisher:
membership week if for tackling the
the helmet
be corrected his
not saying that all new School: ; l by a decade beyond over on Call St., Starke Bradford County .
open tj any young person be. the Tornadoes are to play Live passer behind the line six times
and modern ideas are merely most schools in the state onsolving Florlda-32091.
tween the age of 9-19: fads without merit. these issues and without Oak a game. from his defensive end spot. Name and addreii of publisher .

-The Brgoksr 4-H Club meetsat "I am saying that we have any additional help from Coach Hurse had praise for Griggs received four stars fora ,: editor and managing editor

the Old Junior:: High School allowed the pendulum to swayso thf tax payer," the principal three starting backs an:]! three pass Interception and three25yard I'libllaher: E. r... Matthew,

Building on the end and 4th far to the extreme on the concluded. linemen! however despite the -or longer runs. Cohens P. O. Drawer A. fttarke, Fla.
Fridays at 3:30: P. M. for 25yal':1nl : Editor: E. I.. Matthew. P.
Walter Pr "aU. Mndunna Men*. Mary Broughton and Stan- fact that St Augustine was proven received two stars a O. Drawer A. Starke Fla.

-The Hampton 4-H Club lev Crawford are shown ns they left for the Fourth Annual weaker than thought by and an extra effort. B3- Managing Hilltor: F... U Mathews
meets;! at the Old; Hampton Ida .-11 Condom held al he I'nlvcrMly of New Lease Limits Soortsmen game 'ilms.Running late and Adrian Brown each received ( P. O. Drawer A. StnrkeVia.
Auditorium on the 2nd In August. back Ronnie Grlgg.3 a star for a 25-yard run. .
and 4th Mondays at 3:45 P. M. 4-H Congress: I h the big event for older 4-H members wh9: have who gained 72 yards in four: The Tornadoes played the Owner: E. L. Matthews P. O.Drawer .

-The Stake: 4-H Club! meetsat excelled In leadership artlvlllev and project work In their county. (Continued from Page One) carries by virtue of a 54 yard game minus the service of end: Known A.bondholder Starke, F54., mortga

7:30: P. M. on the 2nd and Stanley and Mary served as delegates to the State 4-H Council TD jaunt, played his finest offensive Tim Murphy guard-llnebacken gee., and other ecurlty holder
There was disagreement within provided by the club to protect centor
4th holding per
Mondays at th Agriculture WIth Walter and Madonna tackle Allan owning or
Center in Starke.The serving as delegates-at-larre. Walter the Council as to how Federal the City of Keystone' In the game as well as beingoutstanding Ralph Morgan more of total amount of
also participated. In the State Share-The-Fun event. aviation authorities standin event of human Injury resulting on defense with a.. Crawford: and guard Steve bond mortgage or other *ecurltle .
Lawtey 4-H Club meets Interception. Crawford! played only one quarter : .: None.Total .
at 5:30 their appraisal of Sports from use of firearms on city- ntimlier copies' printed:
4th : P. M. on the 2nd and Emory Prevatt Jr. Is 5 Year men's Club use of airport land. owned property; and $225 to be Workhorse fullback Gene Mel. all due to injuries.! Minor Average number copies each
: at the Market
vln also In for the same injuries aljj kept Hugh Step. 12
came preceding
Cook. Winans, and Donohos referred paid to the city yearly in advance l issue during
in Lawtey. aviation for the praise.: He Intercepted two passes hens Dale Johns, and Dennis month"I a.R2o : Mingle/ |M"UlirHiiHt
to letters with deadline
Other Clubs and: Special' Interest Award Winner In 4-H Work t t" riling' 'iat',. 3,$.
t officials expressing disapproval. first payment being Sept. 1, returning!! one for a touchdown Hall out of the ball game. Paid Circulation'' : I

Groups: ate scheduled as But Watkins and Fox agreed 1!%c1! ant:! gained 54 yards in Morgan, a starter at both, Hales through" dealer and
necessary around the County for' .. Emory Prevatt Jr. Is shown with Darryl Davis a Sports The rental payment: was submitted 13 carries. guard: and linebacker won't carrier .Veet vendor andcounter 1
those members whs are unableto with one of the many awards men's Club member who replied by Prevatt at Tuesday Fullback Willie Cohens was start against Live Oak but Is each pales:Imiue average during PI'''.

attend the Community Clubs. lie has won for his activities In that all were present in nis'ifs::: meeting. also lauded for Ills hard running expected:! to see action. Murphy.a .'.eilina12 month. S.140 : single

Again. 4-H is for everyone Including -- ... 4-H Club work during the last council chambers when FAA officials Because the club bad not met In the first half when he starter at defensive end won't l *ue nearest to filing date,

parents. If you would:: !fJ= r- live years. having inspected a'.rport: : the deadline for obtaining insurance scored on a 50 yard run. Cohens play for the second straight 2.niui Mall. ubcrlptlon: average

like more abort 4-H. call or visit Emory has served as his 4-H and hunting club area. had given and had been late Rained 66 yards In two tries. weEk Coach Hurse says. number coplea each, INHUB dur-

the County Exrc.islon Office ut ,-'. "- Cl'ib president for four years verbal approval of the terms makiig: rental payment Councilman but was held out the second half Starting line-up in Live Oak I Ini. .pi,.IM.cdinir, 12 monthH, 1,22 ii

the Ai-icultjre Center in Staikc. has been president o' the Bradford of the original'agreement.: Wlnans Cook and Do. due: to an aggravated leg Friday: night: will probably: be the .Ingle.. 1.21.1.:lnue; nearest to flllnr.Int.

Ccunty 4-H Club Councilfor Appearing only as "an interested nohoe had favored terminating Hurse also: noted that junior same! as for St. Augustine according Total, paid clrrnlatlon : averAge

tlnee years has been a citizen" Davis said. the agreement at the September quarterback Mike Norman. who to Coach Hurses: evaluation niimlier cople each iHmieirv
Solution Seen ,nmntb 3,30:1:
vdlnK I 12 *
County*: Delegate to 4-H DistrictV. "Some of you are worrying meeting. Upon request of Prevail made six tackles from his defensive Tuesday |sInge: (unite nearest to filing

and has attended State 4-H about the feed crops the Spoils however, an extension was end post, will play a Offensive date H.6II5.:'

Club Congress as a delegate to men's planted! to attract animals granted at that time lot of bill and is expected to Dannie Elder tight end: Ad. Free distribution! (Including.

To HEW Hassle the State Council. He has attended and birds and you're Streets Committee chairman prove to bs a real asset to the rain Brown split:: end : Charles ample) by mall carrier numbercople or
the middle of other mean: average
4-H at Cherry growing in team. !Smith and Scotty Smith tac.
Camp Fox said that wattage had been each lnmie, during pre-
Continued from Lake lor three years and: servedas the field that" attracts them just increased as planned at the Defensive end'' Tom Marks kle: Joe Green and Steve ...-.UnlC 1 12 ",,,,nlh... :I'i. sinaI' Uii "-
Page One) as much. .. .. iiiarrct to riling date ::1.>, ,
Camp Council Chairman. He Watkins and Fox both cited caution light at the Highway who led the team with seven Crawford guard and center Total distribution: average :
twelve to BHS. nl'o attended 4-H Wildlife Camp 21-100 intersection and appeared tackles and two! assists was. Rabble Smith. Backs will be number copleu. each IKHII during -
i2> Seventh and eighth grade held In the Ocala National For. the club's contributions to the to be sufficient for regulating lauded for a good job! Bill Belote quarterback; Ronnie preceding 12 month, ;
who would have at. City of Keystone by extensive ;.t.HiMi 1 Hlnxle, l I....... m-arent fll-,
students est each year. efforts in the Interest of bet. traffic until such time as Charles- Smith co-captain and Grlggs. running back; Gene log .ia I... :iA.tO.1
tenaed Anderson Junior High Emory has been on the Brad- ter hunting and fishing; and the traffic load increased. two-way, tackle was praised for Melvin fullback and Bill Office use. left-over, unaccounted -

and Brooker Junior High!! will ford County 4-H Livestock conservation and promotional his usual "fine consistent football Adams flanker, apo'leri after printing.:
be transferred to the Middle ; Tam for three when the Defense a>erage number copies enxn
years. campaigns for safe handling of CodePreparation game.- durlnapreceding. 12
Scl.ool. uscd. Next year each bus will team placed first at Ocala and gui.s. Zoning HUMS el lsa had good thingsto Tom Marks and Donnle Elder nuintli lactic 20.; Hlnnle l issue nearrut -

131) Teachers on continuing subject ; have to serve only one school Gainesville In 1966 and 1968. cook: suggested that Watkins say about weak side tackle ends: Charles Smith and filing date. 2<">.

contract whose grade or and the educational: center. 'He was the high Individual:! in relinquish his chairmanship to Scotty Smith. who films showed : Tex Patrick tackles; Willie Co. Total: average number cop.
closed out preceding
be level given Is being the opportunity totransfer Questioned about the neighborhood fAlne: Judglr 1 at the State Live. Major Roy Starnes for the remainder turned in a good perform hen middleware; Tommy I le* each 12 month Imue 3.6211 during*lngl/ \<' I...

win in their schools and presentedwith stock Judging Contest in Tam of the discussion be. Well AlongWork ance. Blackshear and:! Steve Crawford runeaiext 'to filing date. ::1,531:; "
to a vacancy a petition signed! by 60 pa lust February cause of Watkins' membershipin linebackers and Belots. Adams, I certify nat the *tatementmade
of certification. above are correct
areas Annual contract teachers Reno residents asking that they Emory has shown steers In the the club and possible personal Behind Marks and Norman In Grlggs, and Melvin at safeties. and complete by me
141 In
will be resumed tackles
teaching grade be allowed to keep their school. Greater Gainesville Aea Steer Interest in its behalf. Put was Melvin and Belote E. 1. IIIATTUEWS
presently to complete a zoning CALF SCRAMBLE
levels or subjects that will be Casey responded: that his staff Show and Sale for two years. in the form of a motion, the near future County POSTPONEDDue Owner
considered and the board would continueto Other Livestock pvojests: have suggestion: : carried 3-1 and code: for Bradford ,
phased out will be fight to keep the neighbor been his main Interests during Stavnes: took the chair. according to George Roberts, WISH I'D SAID to a conflict of dates, TH Count,. JmlaV,* (',,,,,r'. In Anilfar
by principals where a vacancy chairman of the County Zoning annual Calf Scramble has been I1rnil.ErI C',,'',,l>. Kl..rl exlrts in their areas of certification. hood schools. his 4-H career. The motion approving the new THAT postponed from re': ICntal: <>f Kitthiyu 1%
He said that Henderson indicated Emery does not boast about lease and giving the Sportsmen Committee.The Saturday, Oct. Iranian.. deapedNtlTl'l'
committee' work Is not J9, to Saturday, Nov. 16. ; TO CHKIHTOIW
that it these are really 30 days in which to it
I iji; Under this j plivi: AndeisonElementaiy Ills accomplishment In 4-H 4-H approve ..ulrpIit''r.. nt tli< mtatt* of
and RJE Elemen. neighborhood; schools there Advisor Bobby Taylor states. was carried 3-2. with Watkins too far from completion Rob TII rniint*' .1.1"..'. ('", uf. ,. \"'' KatlMtn. I' l.ranixn dvi.va.t>d,

ta'-y will contain an integrated might be a good chance of But ha! does enccurage any and Fox voting nay. erts said last week The committee |...., llrnilfonl c.. .......,. 'hrhl.,_. a n< tile h>.rt>.any l>i' noilfli-d clalnm. ,and or dcnantbqthiii l-ei|uiitto .

faculty. keeping them. He.iderson stressed young person between nine and The club's rent payment andInsurance still has to set up regulations I..n.In. rtKmat dpifHKpttXOTICi & nf. Kathryn they mav. hose agalnvtBII

ifii, Transported: students will that the Board would haveto 19 years to join 4-H' as soon policy were returned governing house trailers "A lot of things are like a ; ': OK PKOHATBTo fount hi eMatv' Judge In nf the Bradford office of Onuntv. the-

not be bused by a school that rigidly adhere to items 5 u possible enj t> make their with the understanding that payment and subdivisions as well as hang nail-they don't bother .. KutHtf:All, tvimtni Of Hakt IntereKteil l>.......l..nt :TlTh )Flirlda.' In I the rnurthoua*
and 6 (concerning integrated would be made at the boundaries of various Florida within .i l<
define that MI Xtarke.
If ltd
contains a grade In which theyare plans to participate: in as many you until you discover they \ tiu CI'S liert-l.y nut i-al.-ndar. month. from the dm*
faculties! and bussing) In the end of the period if the districts. In.lrun"'n.urpnrllnE
!: grace zoning n rltn '
provide of thmnot
enrolled. (If they activities as possible. exist. A. J. Hudson The lam will and testament of I he firm putilU-allon"
their own transportation they master plan. clob approved the new lease. Most of the county: has already In IIH ..t *..ltl l rtwedent ha it .o"1"Hilitilttrd lie. K:a""h .-la lot or demandmiiM
The alternative to neighbor. Starnes Reports been tentatively zoned for airU Olustee (Okla.) Chieftain. to nrnliat. In this lie. In wrltlnir I .and tmmt
of their
attend the school n mlpi
of leHldrm-e
may Htiutin I
choice..JUnder hood schools would be "pair- The ScenePeople Pursuant to Council's criticism cultUJ al purposes the chairman mint,, nt.'tI. Voti wltliln crc i hiel"I lx y<-nlndi<"">.-' :..t ..((h'.. ailrtre I ** of. the claimHit -
In'*" w'.ilcli: would mean that at a prior meeting Mayor ald. "It's too bad that the future .1H month. from the.. "late, of the iind mn 't he imoin to hm!I.>'

this plan a. rough estimate half of the grades (tK-3 for example Starnes gave a detailed accountof All the county commission generations can't be here to th'.1 publication. thin of <'this",..rt notU-and. in.'t'l'ne,claimant.or I It his will I agent I,.become Ora voidai

of the number of student, i would attend one school at the courthouse are the department's activitiesto meeting last .week Billy Noegel. help us spend their money." In HlinuaiiMH., iitnirar. In. If any you fan.vhv '",'lIlnE to 'law.iilnlivr .
in each school will be as follows and the other half <4-6)) would talking about the "one-shot" date which appeared to Farm Bureau director, asked;: -Fred WGrownThe BergenN. the action of thin i-oiirt. In (.tI \ I rndeiwoiid nth.. 11>81.lihel later ,

: Hampton Elementary. attend another school.Dr. voters who seem to be crawlingout clarify past questions and that members of the proposed ( J.) Citizen. itilnilttliiK,\ not.ahl Htand! will unrt'v'k to probateHhotild c'S.rt Administrator of the Rfttoof ( .
180; Brooker Elementary 80; Henderson and Dr. An- of the woodwork and registering : brought nodding approval from zoning board be weighted heavily / Tlifi'i. A. VawnCounty K.h'n, I'. T.eaman. deoaaKlift

Lawtey Elementary. 230; RJEElemental'Y. rig were in Florida to addressthe to vote so they can follow the Council.In with representatives of agri "Some people's finances are Viral. iulilli-,,ili>n .J,on,""'*Otlolierloth. "I. i>nl,Iliatlon, October 10th,

210; Anderson Ele.mciitary meeting of the state's county the Pled Piper from Ala. speaking of misunderstandings culture. in such a mess you'd think I,. 1'iniTlixnmH: | ruin: lien. >
118; Southside Ele- school superintendent At bama. that had existed: betwen: from & 1'liTn- Thomas .& i
Commissioner: J. M. Norman they were getting advice 1033 1'. I o. i''auuet' u3S
mentary. 550; BHS. 1,104 (with the meeting: on: Friday Hender .some councilmen and the police also asked for a report from the government.-Duane C. Stnikv r o, IMiiwir, Kin, "' (a'k.h., ..
and son said that there can be no The scene is the registration department Starnes Att.rno.SPECIAL '.
20 coming: from Anderson apolo- \tti''ye
the Zoning Committee at the Griggs, The New London ,n'tO 4t 10/31. ioo: H 10/31
146. from RJEi; Middle School.: "white schools" or "olackschools' gized on behalf of the department the Commission
The voter ambles in. November meeting (Iowa) Journal.
804 (with 60 coming from RJE by 1969-70, "just and himself as mayor.
ami 41 from Anderson.: ) SChOOlS." "What do I have to do to vote fo' being remiss in presenting OFFERTO
that zoning
Roberts has said
I.n 1969-70. BHS will have 833 He explained that although for Wallace? regular reports at council
white students and 269 colored: freedom of choice was permitted The registrar explains how meetings. work has slowed over the summer THE HARD OF HEARING

Middle School.: 609 white, 193 in the pan It will be held one registers and begins the "The police do maintain law months but will get backto SPEECH THERAPISTAT

colored.By unacceptable if zoning a school routine questions: "Republican, and order in the City of Keystone a normal pace soon. CHILDREN'S COM.M.: :

combining all 7-12 grade dh-tiict will further the cause Democrat or Independent?" keep records of arrests, The committee was appointed Mrs. Lynn Stover speech therapist '.Register for the Drawing to Win Free Hearing Aid

students in the county at the of desegregation. "1 don't care-just so's I can fines and: bonds respond to by the county: commission working with six schoolsin 'by Taking Our Hearing Evaluation Test. At Location .

educational center the school vcte for Wallace." all calls and endeavor to en- about 18 months ago to draw Bradford County: !spoke" at the ,. and Date Below. (Thert'a no obligation on your

system will save approximately fo'ce the law without undue up a zoning:! code for the county Monday luncheon meeting of the part at all.)

$34.dOO which: can be used for "Well how" did you registerlast publicity to parties involved," subject to approval by the Bradford:! County Children's

additional: teachers and sup My Neighbors time? the thf Mayor said. He added however commission. Committee. She described the

plies. Casey and Clark told The middle 1 never age voted man before.replies. "I that there had been no techniques used in the lower MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
Telegraph. The money will be effort to cover up or Aide anything BAND PARENTS grades to assist young/ children
; Wallace
just want to vote for 10he
saved! because libraries physical -t WILL MEET TUESDAYThe in overcoming speech defects. '
education facilities and : can clean" up> the mess lit Police Chief Wally Muhlhoferrep01.ted Bradford High School 127 East Can Street Starke

many other items will no longer WaMilngton. observing: Keystone Band Parents will meet at 7:30p. :

have to be duplicated. "If ycu had bothered to vote students and coaches having m. Tuealay, Oct. 22.! in the REV. LUTHER McGEE SATURDAY OCTOBER
Casey also pointed out that it before/ maybe there wouldn't be difficulty halting traffic in band hall. ACCEPTS CALL 12
now cost about $200 a year to' front of the gym for studentsto 10:00
surh a mess In Washington, a Rev Luther A. McOee has accepted 3:00
for cross the street for special
provide bus transportation
clerk comments acidly.So a call to the Oak Grove
high school students at RJE athletic activities. It was decided VO-TECH CENTERTO Also the and
the see one onlyfIraele _
scene goes with only Baptist! Church. between Camp Ear no cords
to the Vo Tech center to move the school zone SELL ENGINESThe :
go m'nor! variations.No Blandlng and Mlddleburg.where wires or tubes Plus the latest bUBC9. Ear
for tome of their courses. This flashing light from Lawrence Bradforj-Unioi: : /Area. Vo 'levels eye
cost will be eliminated. one !s willing (to even Blvd. at Pecan St.. where it is cational-Technical Center has 12 he started hij pastorate and cord aids. Repairs and batteries for *D
years ago. He Invites friends makes of
Hearing Alda.
t Another item favorableto "guesstimate" the number of .seldom needed to the gym several junk engines that may to come and worship with him

the new plan can be seen in one hot voters who have regls- crossing. be seen at the automotive shop. at Oak Drove Equipment and Consultants
the transportation system. tered or how many plan to vote batterfleld reported that seven Bids will be received lor opening Sunday Sponsored By
School. 10 a. m. Morn-
Casey said that at present bus for Wallace. But there tai.ker loads of asphalt averaging Tuesday Oct. 15, at 7 p m. JACKSONVILLE
..."and I'd like to hear It are inn Worship at I J. Training OnIon AID SERVICE
es are going all over the place enough following (the Pled Piper 6.000 gallons per load had by the Bradford County School
6:45: 229 W.
once... p. m. Evening Wor. Adams St. Jacksonville
been used In repairsnow Fla
and shuttle biues are being to hate caused comment.! runway Board. ship. 730.: ,


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No Help Sampson Residents SayCounty'5 -- .._ -PAGE FIVE !

liy l>i.li>rcH c. Dumpier, Clerk im-l i.rfiI.t. ndilrefiH of the rlahu-;" '
(XK.U.: ) nnt. bin HKnt or bin. attorney
I Klmt pul>lk-Htlon Sept SI, .'.r" will iM'cunm' void ni'corillnir!
I\IU\ tn 'luuI'birvni'V, -.
Diqqin On 9/2 It 10/17 l-:. IiHin>, Kxerutor of
Wrona End th" P.RtAI..t Aaron T. Paul,
l. T... Court. or Tl. CnamiTJiitlitr. ...','.......01.
Hrmlfnrd. C"ii. ,... *'lorItln. "KlxlcH.' Hnnder.l
.- -
Sampson Lake residents have w .- .., - IN Prnlint. Ht \\...., ('at, HtreetHtaikr
In .r.l K:> complained the County Commission any way to determine with any project.A. "Aside from a little high ned on In South Florida the proached he County Commission llrprmird.Tn .\ fur KxeriitorVlrxt

has begun digging on Its degree of accuracy how long V. 3. engineer from Jacksonville ground around Starke the county people there claim its drying up about forming a drainage com All, C'r.dlto.I And Tenon I'uliUcntloii: Heptenther In,

dralnags project on Alligator It will take the U. S. engineers to Williams said has already Is all swamp' he said. In dry periods yet in wet times mittee. AirulnHt lln'. ;,lir Sold. I'loliiiM,Ksliile Or,: Demand 108: 9128: 4t 19/1T

Creek near Starke Instead of 'actually get work started on any said work could begin "Drainage affects many persons want more drainage The group decided that another Yon, in4 eiivli or you are here- -

west of the Sampson Lake on drainage project. One source. within 12 to .18 months. In the county-many farmSoil Conservationist Bill Haas liy iii>tin..,-l iinil. reiuli-ec| to preHi'iil 1)'rlC': INTKNTIOX TOIIKKINTKM
meeting! will be scheduled iin> I'lnlms and demnad*
Sampson Canal which they con Ketchle told him it will be seven Ketchie also told the commit. era. and how children get .back said he was happy to hear the where there Is pertinent information \\ lili. ..It you, nr either of you. ,' I"lTlIi)514sII. '" .

tend would relieve 'present :years. tee that alternate plans should and forth to school" Bloodworth .talks absui: conservation. instead to :.be relayed by' the mitt H..IH' hnvr V. KlltKltt ntrMlniit/. dei-enneil the cItRIC later of Nolli-c.; l I.,. liereliv given Hint

floe:i:!;d conditions. Section 205 of the national wa- be made perhaps on a local said. He urged the Drainage of Just drainage.iBloodworth committee. Chairman Norman milil, I'mintv In the CountyTiMlirr I iil I .| iiiiili-rHlKiifd. ..r Chapter, under 20.fl.il the Law"nf proMKOIIH ,>

Two' Sampson Lake residents! ,' tersheds act CD Director Frank level. in case the project with Committee to alert the entire was quick to say. said residents will be notifiedthrough nt i.t III"Krndford...rfirin County the courtIKIIIHP Klorlilii. .'I"rlllil..t.. oY 11)41.) willnttiKter "
Tom Crawford and Howard' /Williams said answering the the U. S. Corps of Engineers to wllli the Clerk of thei'ir'uiit
county the problem. however that he had advocated newspapers and the ra of xu111 Oouuly nt StBlke.Kli.il.ln C.i11, In and for Ilrnd-
Brown asked that the county question would: not require congressional falls through. : : within .lx rnlenilncmi .
Same controls are needed for flood control when the! St Clair dlo.water. titus from the time of the fnn' I'ounty, "Florida. upon rei'i
dig out Sampson Canal west of action but Is a small James BloDdworth. another I St. not just drainage ChairStreet residents many of whom flr-l iiiililli-rtllim of thin nnti,'''. the fict it bus mime.of
i the lake before Alligator Creek. project act which authorizes that 'Clair Street resident. said drain- man Norrnnn said. With all the were Hooded out of their homes ':a-ii| rlMlm I in4 d..m."d iihnir I lie I Wln-Kre r'Hrm under wlilfhw

J The county Is digging at the top .up to $1 million be spent on a. age is a county-wide problem. flood control projects being car.lnthe five-day rain first ap- lit. wrltlni nf I ',reHlilenve*, ii nd shall and state|....t thaiil.i' of* ,. 'lil'.. ,nKHKfd In business At
of the watershed. they maid sdrainage Ci..' '..lelr..f the tIn I ins ft.I III .. I llox ti4: ,
Mil'UK OF f"HKIIIKI-.M: '" "WALK' Aforexnlfl a i Kxccntlon.: ....1 ..hnll, I I,,' worn to by thfilnlniHut 11. ". nnil Wlnlfreil,
aired for Will nU'iiil
the }
woes were In ne : T.l'aui.
JSHtntv or"I'un
: ;:o..tlo'p; I" hen-liv. ,irlwn) that I, 1-. I>. lliMldlBhItrnilford < ,. his intent or nitorney.find .T. 11I'nll., Itt. I Kox 1M! Lake
third time last Thursday Oct. ] Defcnaecl.MiTICK )'. J'. IteildlHli Sheriff. .of llradfo County, Florida nny Hiirli rlnlm I or denianil. Kliirnliiiiovner .
VOICE of thcSPORTSMAN ;:; OK ) KOUATUTo !' l ("ninny. .Kliifldn$ nnilef, and ./18 4* 10/10 n..1. no fll'") .dial be void.ClHlrv "
3. which will only throw water Al II) J't'i'Mfinft Jnte"1 In I liylrttu> ot Writ ..r Kxwutlon" _______ M. CnppirAn DHti-il. 'UiU 21th ilny nf Honteniiitr \ -
into Sampson Lake faster without Tin Kntute ut *HaM lircfilvnt: of the Last Will\ A. It., IIIUX: nt Ktarke,
\\ It i'xwiili>r
to : .. .. ("o..t.
C JnJft
,. Itic m .
Vim, Aro hereby "rh'd Hint r linnir..ril,, .) C.',,itt y', Kli.ildn.. ,
first providing for Kxventlon: I IMMH, .. ..in i of Smixll, llrnilfonl. Comtti .t..t. uf. FI"i.IS. unit, Tei-tunivnt of Hull In V.Inllr..t.
l',' any way : a .wrlttpn. Instrument I |Pu rj''rtlngti. | Gin) tills t',,11\El\ of H"lIcH",1 (."111111tr ... : ,. .1.1.i 9 2i! H 10/17\
It to leave the area. I ln tlti Lnur. Will Aurnu 1. KliKt. \ 1 Sept.. Sit, 19114 -
: Flni'tilii. |l"Ir"iinnt m a final I Iititlitilient Kxtattf: nf llolll V. Knight puliU'lHtl'in
Pun). dvcvaiK'il, linn l c>. admitIvcl
The City of Starke and the By MIKE CHITTYPhone I to prtihulv. In thl. Court.Ifou fur t'liurlm. A. DnrldHO.I I.erl.a..*d. 0/26 4t 10/17 >OTH-H OK IVI'KVriOX TO
Commission together 475-2171 m-f hcri'l.y' ,'ollllIlAnll,1I, and nnnln Iliirokl, I Hnrtrldefenilnnl Tli- mat* of Florida. To AH In Tlir C.......,. tuilmr'm Tour. Of II.:(.'>tTt:.. KH'TM-KH
_: \\lthln I MX raivittlnr mnntliM I In I hiIi lI"tl itt of IVianni, Interested In the Kxtftt ltnhr4. (.......,.. Florid. !. : .\''tit:
,have three draglines working on ."- from, tin. ilntt. nt th,' firm publlriitmn |:II:I4..mi'' toirctlivfKli/ I IVIVIM of of xald IVcpdrnt '*....1.nteift.. ;Not:; I h'" I. h..r..h gRe" tl.iiI .
thin follrrtlotlllnve Ton art- hereliy notified thatn In lie I..r: Aaron T. lii. ....cl..lfn..tI.. uh'r,, .h.. .
Alligator Creek in Starke and = ) of not lie to Hppenr. : III'''
Hello there fans. Now-let take a look at the In thiN Cniirl nnrt "h.)", <.nune. I, atIx..1, unil, have P In mypoeicKxIim written Inxtrnmrnt purporting. I',".I. !>....llkM.Ml.NOTUK ,.lI,1, uf l'htt"l..r. 211:1.:1: : I...we
.between the town and Rowell sports sorry If anv you ,',in. why th. action t hIt fiilloninir I ilemrlbcd to I Intlu> Lam Will and T. .'ta- : TO. ritKniTonaAll ..r t'llIrld8..t... "r I 1:141t'11I: I
Lake. I missed you last week but flshii.g reports for this week. of till.* court In admitting Bald ,tirrxoniil'' .I propi-rtv" !<, Wit ; inent ..t viild deeertfnl has l h..... rri'illtiir, ..f the.e.tnte ot r..giet't,. wllh the Clerk .r the
due to some m'stake at The Boys, they're finally here 11 -\VI1I t.. ,prolmrr. *hot,1,1 not II'.l3 I I,,','roI-t Mllle, HIIIIIP1I Hdmlttvd-, probate. In "aid _\.n A. lHttl. ,defended are. ,'I,.. u it. I'.ut. I" Kncl f.r fl".III.r".1 .
'Why not start at the Sampson Mayflies that is. and I mean ,Ktnnil I iimvvi.k t ,< No.,,.)KStnitftiXTil,' Coiijt. hiT"liy .",.lItI..1 I nnd required I !.<> ..Ullt, t) .'I."hlll. uiiu, I I'"'
Canal end?" Crawford asked Telegraph my column didn't get : .\, YAWN" Taw N iW"-3- Von; aro hereby cointnanddwltliln ftl. nuy ,.J".r'' denvindHMhlih .-eiit,, ii, I".r ..t 1..lh.n'. I.... "r'hi.
printed. It's dls-heartening they are here tin the Santa Fa County Jmlife. III and fur Itradfo A* thf liropurty: of 1 II''i'lIr"o I xlx i-nlemlnr month" front tliey tuft)' hnve against I I.. ""th'" t Ihe r"'tlt"'UM" I n.ii..
to first relieve flooding con cure .. mimeil, defendant I and I onMondiiv ..h" ilnte iif the flrnt publication ,, .f l'lu.a I. .
Lakes area). Now boys. I ain't U. I'onnty. )KlorUlaI. .nhl t-Htnte In the office of the M"I..I IIw) III.Noith
ditions there before digging out to put hard work in to gettingup I.-.. .\11""' AmllpMii, Ck'lk I the 1 Hlli I ilny I,, of' ( letobei11ii ..t thin notice to appear In .aldVurt l I'f Ili-HdfiH-d (',.u n "' 1'I.trk., l"luriula.ititrie .
column and then talking about:: those black "LoveButs' (81- A I.) I'i: t HI I tttelvt' u'eliM'U. ., noon on < and show cause. If any ty. KlnrlilH., 'In the CourthoiiM. ... ( .. W. Luindy ant Mary'ij .
Alligator Creek. a some Maid. ,dny on th. ,.. le'. or tltcnradfnrd why the action, of ala :, ,
that some:: people call Klxlo S. Siimlcr! yon -an .nt stnrkc, Klnrldn, within I UK1'iiltndiir 1.lInlly hwy. 301J..rtl .
Crawford and Brown didn'tget thing happen that it doesn't get 14 ? W"xt full streetSti.rko 1 t'otinly I .lull I I, win offer .-..nr', In ndmlttliiK. said Will toprobntv l tiKuith* from the dat.of Sti..rk.,. Ft.rhdm. .,.owners.hitit.md .
!Mayflies; I'm talking about the ,for nnli and mil to tlichlKliept Hlionld not stand unreTlieion f thin IhlM !
printed. Well its good to be FloridaAttornr the fliHt publl.'Btlon > 24th ia' .r. I-pl'-
a definite answer during the I lilddi.. 'r ,for, .-,,.h III 1mml..the .
light tan long-bodied files with ) fur Kxcfiitoi. S..k..I, milkKiKli I ."Inor demand 1..1' 1I1tI .\. "Il. Rt stark,.
back so let's see whats hap- iiliov** di"*erll>ed property, or ) A, Yawn County Judir Vrullrllrll .
meeting. Committee Chairman !tl.IU> ) 4t 10/10 ni n 1.1 ho In urlllnir anti nuintlHI. Ceunty.' 'I..rld.
the long tails that look klnda x..I'l defendant. I tn jiuttxi'v I the 1I'loriciaIf .
Buck Norman said the Commission pening on the local sports like nriidford <'onntv. .. '. 'ii,. iilace of renldenee and 0/26 4t 10/17
antennae on the wrong
is negotiating for right-of- scene.
end. Believe me, it wont: be
way with people as far west as How about those "Fighting"Tornadoes long till the fish will really c-li-
where Canal floe into of Bradford High.
Santa Fe River but that work Those boys were really looking start popping them when they AD..
light water. Last
on year we LI1
has been started on this end. Championship material Fri. fish
even saw jumping cut; of
day when
Norman and Commissioner- night they whollopsd
the water
and: catching those
elect after St. Augustine! (Yellow-jackets .
Ralph Brycn agreed !(May' les. That's when a fly- -----
the meeting, however, that the that lost their: sting) by a score
Sampson residents are correctin of 33-0. Even though I cant give can really do some I .'JEW MOBILE HOMlSd: Chic-

their assumption that digging! you a complete coverage on the fiport with the right kind of fly. kasha 20' x 2..' wide. Buddy I George E. LaRue
But I tell
Aliligator Creek out now will game. there are some points can the you if you don'thave you find your name among the Classified Ads, I II Clemson. I.nyton travel trnll- '

only throw water on them faster that I just have ta mention. Like just right one. you I ers Liberty Taylor Aznlon. I INSUnAN'fGEXC: \

with no provision for relief. with Just 3 1-2 minutes elapsedin can throw your arm off and never come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO : Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing Aiilo' J'ii.i' ll..tn,.oun cath:: a fUh. So all you fly. free nut and delivery.
the first -
will quarter, the Tornadoes up
said the Commission
Bryan want!' ahead 7-0 on touch- rod buffs: better get out the ole FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive ) BLCKEVH TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT
!begin digging on the Sampsonend
flies, and get ready for some MART. INC. 6912 KelItonfl 1"11(111.I'S.I8111
down by Willie Cohens. With Blanrting-,
the is dry
:: as soon as area In. I
enough and as soon as right-of- ,just 6 minutes and 7 sec. elapsed fun.Griffins Lodge east shore Theatre Passes Jail: 771-R778. tfchg:

Bill Belote ( ) I
way easements!! cnn be obtained.
st. Clair Street residents present returned! a punt for 75 yards Santa Fe) reported a decreasein INSl-RAJVOS I VSKfl. V.\Cri'M cle..ne c. ..*- WANTED USED gas cook

had no comment about the dig. and mad: it 14-0. By the time fishing activity for last week. HASTINGS MATTRESS I IT RKDVCKD RATES! (unditlnnecl !V15: up. 10 afferent stove 0:' electrIc refrigerators,

King. 8 minutes and 40 sec. elapsedin Mr. and: Mrs. James Bell of CLASSIFIED AD RATES & UPHOLSTERY>> WORKS, AUTO FIRK, BOAT ,namfa' brands to cnooac from. beds, dIntte: !!t sets bedroomsets

J. M. Edwards former county the second:! quarter; the Tornadoes Jacksonville cauaht: 4 bass one Up to 13 words ____... 1.23 110 Lemon St. Pslqitka, DOYLE: F.. CONNER Part.Ie excellent repairs aH sofas! and chairs. Plirm
of them weighing: 7 pounds. Mr. Furniture Repaired INSURANCE:: : AGENCIPUMPS 964-792'!. alimr& IfclJti
engineer, said at the meeting the had gone ahead 27-0; bya (Minimum charge) make I KIR3V: SAIJCS & .
and! M.'s.: Carl P. i -
Langrsr of Columbus
residents absolutely 49-yard touchdown by RonnijGrlggj. : Upholstered & Refinished ; ttt'.JI1CI SERVICE\ 712 N Main'", r.alnosvillo .
Sampson Ga., caught 50 Shell- FOR SALE-2 larce floor space
and Each word over 15 ._ .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT 'S76-7110 tfchg
right.' He said the digging an interception cracker Bluegillg and Specs mixed I heaters. Nesco 51.000; WashInptim. -

:being done last week was at the which ran far a touchdown by and Extra charge If not New Innersprlnea 3:>,000.( Complete with
Saturday they caught DIC YOU to
: KNOW Ifa
top of the watershed. Care' Melvln. Then ta: top it off; 50 or 60 mixed.: Roy guided Mel.vit paid in advance .... .35 and Box Springs NEW AND USEDttI.ES.I'ARTSSER'ICE Own a Longcnamp easy Home? ,' p1!)'. and dampers. Also 155 gal.

.Norman the drainage committee Keith Patray recovered a fumbls : T. Redmond of Jackson. Drop Vm A Card or Call) Better built for Flll'a: lIv- oil storage tank and guage on
chairman reported to the by Tsrnado: quarterback, PALATKA EA 6-91M les God condition. Rea.soiv
: :
ville. who was there Memorial*, Revolution ing.
Satu'daythl'oush : t Tom pljinr or ours
:22 persons gathered in the Coun- ''Mlk!? Norman in the end zone MRS PEGGY: SHAIXER Deep & Shallow Wells able 200 E. Adkm St IFFOR
Thursday, and they your lot Contact Bu-
or ours.
and made it 33-0 with 9 minutes 1 cents word 809 E. Adklns St
ty Agricultural Bi'ilding! that the per : Water Softeners: & Filters
caught 54 Bass and IS 8ecs.Shipman's ;: ;, ford Mitchell phone C64- SALE-Coa-tnl Bermuda
Commission last Wed- 57 sec. left in the: game. StarWo Agent ,
Service On
: Camp (west shove Expert 6853. P O. Box 238 3tarke
The Tornado defense was absolutely 'I 1 11,1) SOc hnlc( and up. J D
nesday, Oct. 2. made a formal CARPS OF THANK
All Makes
Santa Fe> did not have t.t.1"8
'i- White. flfi4-fill4 Uchff
request to the U. S. Corps of great the entire game names to report this week. However Plume 061 1 7061 v. :...___ ._.. :!
and rally took the sting out of 50 words or less --_ 8.00 ,
Enginers in Jacksonville for
a they did report good: DURRANCE PUMP I MEN WANTED Men cottage
the Yellow-Jackets. If I had ths
drainage study. honor catches of Specs trolling and Each word over BO __ .07 I AND SUPPLY CO. JIMMY MOORE'S parent: : age over 21. Starting
of picking a "Playeroftheweek" -
Norman said the U. S. engineers
drifting. Also that they've been pay; $29: month pi-omotion op-
will also give the countyan Itll'ould surely be SUN SPORTS -oittnitlos dod 1.11.
having some Bass coming! in. I'': H -fi: regular
estimate of the costs involved Gene Melvin who really playedan Uncle Alfred Hfdson: of WANTED--3 men and 3' women- FQU ,?AJ-2.-BRICK HOUSE creases In pay. 8 hour d i 5di9 '
In the watershed project they outstanding-: game. If the Gainesville and his nephew, for Mobile home and Home Improvement "\\eady fur occupancy.' 3 bfld- | MOORR BOAT 0R \: '*'cekJ: ilck leave: vacutloiinstite

suggest aII'en as alternate Tornadoes: continue playing ball Edward Christmas went fishing Sales. Cabanas car loom' l"i bath. Seated. just "OURIONEY! : retirement. If Inlt're"tpd,

,steps to be taken if it proves unfeasible as they did against St. Augustine In Lochloosa! and caught 9 bait pDrts.: patio awnings, scree enclosure PAINTS outside ol city limits In i| f Starke I'll bfU- 'OI pl:'3<,' tipp'J'' In pci-jion PorAomifl

to establish a -water where even 90 yards in Now ffll:>ws. .since this week's utility bldgs. Will tniln. Plnebreeze Easy rronthly .' SERVICE Mnnnscr, Sunland: Training Ccnt .

shed. pe'ialtiea' didn't stop them Itcan.t reports are short. we'll take a Call far: nppolitineiu.; : Aluminum: terms. Longcnamp Cr 'st Co. SHKC'IAt; r. Gnlesvlllf. Fla. IfclmBIC

Norman Ketchie a St. Clair be long before they have look at those!! reports that didn't P.oducts. All Florida. Mobile Contact Bi fove> Mitchell' Ski Rig $395.00: :

Street resident asked if there is another State Championship. make it last week. Home. 473-4178 tfchg pone 964-6853 P O. Box New Model Enllinn arriving PENS. Ball Point Kf.fills. .
I Bradford County' TrleRraph. -
Griffin's Lodge (east shore ot NEW 938 Starke. tf'lt-! every day. .

TOW OF BROOKER Santa: Fe> reported a better Tim KEY TO .

BROOKER. FLORIDA week and a very good businessover o Gracious FOR SALE-BenutlfU large 3'
LhIngCliO FOR RENT TV sets baby.,
the weekend They had all bedrcom
home. Central heat. :
BUDGET GENERAL FUND their boats rented and hadseveral Town House DoMoursfllfSEAMLESS!; Insulated. 2 blocks of chopping beds electric guitars and amplifiers
REVENLE AND EXPENDITURES FOR refrigerators!! by day.!,
private boats launched ..... A1'ARTMJ'TSI ; cer.ter.:: Phone! flfi4-517t.\ tfchu : '
CALENDAR YEAR 1969 there. Friday Roy guided Mr. week or month Phone 964-,

REVENUE Zellner of Jacksonville and :Mr. Sell or Rut LOSTP'ick an1 whit? d-g. lu- 7923. Dahmers. tfchg I IALUMDTUM

Road and Bridge! Fund-Bradford Co---------------s 258.96 Cone of St. Augustine and FurnishedM tie 'ir'vv. in face B';U lime in ,

Aclvalorem Taxes -. .. -. ..__ _n. -__ h.__ __un_ 1750.84 they caught 12 Bass and 2 or Unfurnl he.t hind leg. Last seen :t Farmer: PRODUCTS I JF ,
Jackflsh. Saturday Roy guided FLOORINGWE :Mutual.: Answers t name: of Cabanas
Penalties and Interest ._ .__.._... .. ...______ Ifl.Oo lluford Mitchell Awnings, Patios ,
Mr Redmond and daughter of Do.;; Coll 782-3&31! c 7823784. Carport Boatihrdf. Utility

Garbage Fees -. __ .. .. .- .. ...._..._- .._.. .. 875.00 : and 9 Phones
Jacksonville they caught lip lUlfr*. .lr.tal>il. All FloridaMobile

Unpledged! Cigarette Tax __ ______......__. . 1111.20 Bass. Roy and Mr. Redmond 964-6853 964-6160 \ ; : Homes Keystone Hts. i

caught 11 Bass on Sunday. Alan : :MflKE VANTEDOfflcs clerk. Prl- Ph. 473-1178 tfchgA.
TOTAL REVENUE ... ... ..... .. ._$401200 Griffin caught 12 Specs on the WANTED Good used Mobile- miry flyurs work Apply; In pr-
EXPENDITURES bruhpiles one afternoon. Roy Haine. Cash waiting Phone 473- : : sc.i Lake Butler Apparel Com- J. Thomas. Realtor General '

GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE: caught 16 Specs. and 8 of them 4111(0( after 6 p. m. tfchg ., KEYS. pany. Itchg Hcnl Estate! and Appraising I'

weighed around a pound and a for Estates Corporations anl:!
Salaries ._____ _. ....._ .... .. [FOR SALE-2 oil space heat-
n. ....._.__.300.00 half each. FOR RENT-Large two bed. .. 1 I 45 BTU and Individual! '! Owners. 30 Years Experience -
era. 5 BTU.
Insurance .-...---.. _.. .. .. .... ._..........u... 25.00 Shlpman's Camp (west shore xcom A. C. furnished!/ Apt with MEN WANTED Laundry I and stand! Call,964-7527 or Drums 964. In Florida: Land Mat j

Building Maintenance _. .___.........'"" 6000 Santa Fe) reports that Bass and Carport: and Laundry Room. workers. Kitchen aids labor-1 5405. 2tchg-10-17 leis 205 N. Temple Ave., Tel.

Utilities .... -. -.- .-... ..._......_.._............ 125.00 Specs are biting good in the Across from B. H. S. Renner en cottage parents watchman -i i iI I 964-5701. TF Chu I

Legal and Accounting ...._..........__...-___ JQO.OO little lake. Those fishing out ofS1'pman'.s Apt., 633 McMah n. Phone 964. cooks and clerks ground- I I FOR SALE-Approx, 15 acres I

Office Supplies __n .. .--__..--_.._..___.. ._._ 50.00 '! from Gainesville, 6279. tfch .,, keeper truck driver. Five cornering! on hard road. Contact'II SEWING MACHINE Cleaned. :'
-- were: Mr. and Mrs. S-. D. Tea- W. H. Maxwell Hampton Fla. oiled and adjusted in your

Election Expense __ ._ __ n........ .....nn_" 55.00 gue. 18 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. TRAILER LOTS day week eight hour day. 2tp-l0-17 home. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner! repairs -

Dues .._ ._ .. ...._. __.. I State retirement vacations I I !
-- .n .. .....-.... SSM Alan Butterfield. 48 Specs; ; Mr. LAKE ACCESS also. All work guaranteed.:!

Office Furniture and Equipment __ ....._..___..___ 50.00 and Mrs. Kenneth Pridgen 30 !, sick leave. If Interested please FOR RENT-Furnished nice ef. I j Dennis E. Cogglns Rt. 1, Box LIBERAL REWARD for Information -

Tax Roll Preparation ._ n. .....__.____n_'______ 25.00 Spies.: From Jacksonville $15! Down $15 Month : apply Manager.in person Sunland Personnel TrainIng -II ficlency apartment. $50 month:: 89, Ralford. tfchT, leading to the recoveryof

Tax Roll Adv---------------------------------- 210.00 were: Bobby Jennings 35 Specs; Lake Lots $2300 Up Center Qilnesvllle, Fla. Rennev Aptj. 633 McMah:>n. Ph. SHINGLE AND ROOFING I Click 30 Clock taken from my
John Alnsworth 8 Bass and 964-6279. tfchg
Tax Sale Aid .- ....._.. .___. ........___.______ 20.00 37 : -Investment Properties tffhg I Work-Guaranteed. For estimates home Sept. 27. very sentimental

Charge to Road anl Bridge Fund .. .n'n_____.. 25.00 Thosfrom Clyde Tenington Earlton Beach Specs., ''I COME ONE! Come all If you: are I call 9647116. after 6 p. m. value to owner only Any Information -
S. E. McKAY will be confidential.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Morris or unfurnished Strout over 21 to:: Mattox Long! B-ldjje 2tchi 10-10-10-17

TOTAL GENERAL AND ADM. EXPENSE .._ $109000 40 Specs; and Mr. and Mi's. Realtor-Appraiser ReaIty, 2117 N. Temple Ave., jar.-| Club 100 Bar & Lounge. Dance SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng Phon 533-2175. tfchg
I ) listen to Connie Philman
STREET DEPARTMENT George Davis and son caught Keystone Hts. 473-4816 I Staike. Fla. <10041 (HM-fifiM. and) Machines for sale electrics FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.

Utilities .. _.._.. __ 50 Specs and 10 Bass.Sllm's II I his ChaperelU Band Wednesday subtraction credit bal 2 bedroom living room kitchen
..-----..-.._...__....$,377.00 Flsh-'N-Stuff (Keystone FOR RENT-12x58 3 bedroom Fray: & Saturay nights 9 til I ;

Mowing -.. .. -. ._ _____n_.__..____.__.....__.._ 40.00 ) reported that J. O. Beck CONCRETE BLOCKII'brlck ve- i trailer. Also 2 bedroom trailer. 'I 1:30: a. m. Waitress wanted. Lo. graph.ance. Bradford County Tele- and Mrs.bath.Harold$10.00 Smith month.Road Contact 100-W.

caught a 10-lb. 5 oz. Bass In ner home. 3-bedroom.i, 2 baths. At Jet, 16 and 223 northwest of cated 4 miles east of Lake But'sr UI I!
I Up
TOTAL STREET DEPT. EXPENSE ___...-.. 1417.00 La'
SANITATION DEPARTMENT and Alton Brewer of Orange dining room and den In excellent : 1 tfchg I WANTED washer: Will pay cash or take I| FOR RENT-burnished or unfurnished -

Contract Service ... ._....__.... ._....__ ._____ $78000 Park; caught a 14-lb. 8 oz. Black residential! neighborhood.Call ., TOPS (Take-Fin-lire o'f Pounds Neatniks.Sensibly a-' In trade on anything. Dahmers II apartments Also
PARK DEPARTMENT Bass! in Levy's Prairie on a 964-5641 after 5:30: p. m. LABORERS WANTED-Perm%- I Dlcount House. tl'hrr hruqe In country. Reasonable

puiple "Bass Rouser" with a tfchgNO. anent position. All company ) U being chartered in 'i rent. W. H. Njllman., Starke.

Utilities --- .---__-...._..__... ---.-..-....-__.i 40.00 TP tan I benefits. Minimum starting rate Starke. We need members wh> FOR RENT Unfurnished 6- i tfchir

Mowing ... -. ... _...... ..____......._......____ 10.00 __J__. 165. Age 18-45. Apply Southern are interested in losing weight. room horse near school. Reference _

Recreation Lights u. _. ....__ -.n. ._ 180.00 681 -OVERSIZED HOME Wood Preserving Co., Baldwin. Fjr Information call 9646573. ''t'Qulred-Mrs. D. Carlton ADD MACHINE ROLLS
lot. 80 4
Large x 400 bedroom. I
Fla. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Itchg 1322 Ga Ave., St. Cloud. Fla. File Folders complete' line office
2 bath. Family! room 17 x 38.
4tchg-10-17 2tp 10-10 supplier. The Telegraph
TOTAL PARK DEPT. EXPENSE .. __ _. _____ 230.00 : 2220 sq. ft. Many extras. Only RELIEF COOK WANTED 4 Bradford County Telegraph.

FIRE DEPARTMENT $19,500 and FHA approvedNO. HOUSE TRAILERSWe shifts wsekly. Good! pay. ApplyIn FOR SALE OR RENT-4 bed

Salarle _.__.__... .__u_. .._...____. ...__.__. __._ __ .9 120.00 682TRUCK FARM39 have the locations priced at person at Longhorn Restaurant :- rcom brick home airconditioned HOUSE For Sale-New 3 bedroom

Repairs .. -_'U. --...-_....__.....____.._. 50.00 acres tobacco allotment barn. $850.00 close in but out of the tfchg and central heat fine location -I concrete block with all
fenced several Pecan and fruit City. 323 N. Walnut St. $130 per tile vanity bath. Central heat.
Insurance ... __....____ LOST-White bull ,
u..n .._ _____ 52.00 trees WeU for irrigation. 2 Enjllsh puppy -
HOMES month available'now.. Call Ph. 473-4528. 2tchfr! 10-17
Workmen: Comp. .... .. __v _______.-___ 68.00 homes and owner reserves life Prices run from $8,000.00 to 20. 3 months old Flat face and Gainesville 3769666. Itchg

Utilities .. ____ U" --_____.. .__......,___..____..._ 25.00 estate In one home. 15500. 1-3 50000. bob tall. Black spots, freckles.Ph. FOR SALE Breeding rabbits -

Gas and Oil .__ __ _- -_____ --___..._..__._____._--_ 30.00 down. We have never had a better selection 9646263. 3110-4 FOR RENT-I bedroom cottage and pet rabbits. A few
Strout Realty 2117 N. Temple from which to choose. FOR RENT-Attractively fur. on Klngjley Lake. Gas Heat eady to go. From $2.00 up Also
Ave. ((904)) 9646609. Sale. Phone 533-2366. tfchg 3 ft. exhaust fan never used.
TOTAL FIRE DEPT. EXPENSE .. _.... ..__ S 345.00 This string of 14.bass was Tell me what you want in the nished 2 bath downstairs apart

OTHER CONTINGENCIES ... __no..._.._.___..__..._.. 150.00 caught Monday by Ray Griffin FOR SALE-Nice 2 B. R, C. B. way of housing and I will show ment. Call Mrs. J. W. Klncald. DRESSMAKING Alterationsand Lawtey.Inquire Ph.Smith 7823699.Shell Station.3chg:

TOTAL BUDGETED EXPENDITURES .... $4012.00 and a customer Home to:?; condition quietnelihboho what we have; Ph. 9647831. tfchg all types sewing In my
My father James; grandfath A. J. Thomas RealtorTel. FOR RENT Furnished farm
d. Large lot: terms. home. 2 mile South on Hwy. -
Hubert 964-5701 WANTED-Brick and/or block
er. and Clarence Morgail
: LARGE Like new modern home. 100. Phors 964-5348. Archie and ho-jas:: off 301 NJi-th. One unfurnished
Proposed levy 5 mills.I
of Homerville, Ga. caught masons, mason tenders and Ia-
3 br. 2 baths. family room, car- THANK YOU NOTES -Beautifully Mildred Holllngsworth.Stchg. Duplex apartment
hereby certify that this is a true and;! correct copy of the seven nice bass late Saturday borers. Report to Mr. Fan-ant Road.
psrt. Nice neighborhood $400.00 -Hl-28 corner Lake and Brownlee
engraved l la gold or !
General Fund Appropriation: Budget adopted by the Town Council evening and early' Sunday Triest Const. Co. 955 N, Tern
Dawn. For Information call
box of 23 Including
silver. $1.23 ,
at its regular meeting Sept. 9. 1968 held at the Community morning In Lochloosa. The BUY SELL TRADE envelopes. Bradford 'pIe Ave., Starke. 3tchg-1024. TO BE SOLD HERE: Spinet tfchff
Morgan children fished off our Piano for 288. Sacrifice to
Center. Brooker. Fla
BUI Powell tf
.- dock and caught around 30 County Telegraph. EZERASE TYPEWRITER close account. Write Credit FOR SALE: 1965 Honda. S.90.
Real Estate
Tommy E. Cox
bream. Call 964-6464 FOR RENT-3 bedroom house, PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond Manager Piano it Organ Land. Excellent shape. Low mileage.

Town Clerk .. Th. Connlr n"..'. Camrt Of D. Paper Notebook Filter Inc.. Phillips Shopping Center. Call after 5:30: p. m.. 964-5087
Bill Powell Real unfurnished. Contact Mrs. J.
10-10-21-10-17 ...n..'..... fnant?. .FlorIda InPrahnt Estatein Up
Ao. the Starke Plaza \Seymour, 527 N. Walnut. Up Bradford County Televsph.iua..i Jacksonville Fla.


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4-H, A World Of OpportunityIs Diggs Prefers Old Curriculum Hut son Arrow Fells BuckThis Calf Scramble

I Theme For National Week [Continued From Page On J Is PostponedContinued

abandon the prescribed body twr issues Just discussed (behavIor -

Information and replace it and grades) that we are

JOIN 4-H-A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY I'r 8 _ with) test preparation, the principal about to reach the point of no ( from Page One)
--- L
is the theme of -v-- -i- -r -r says.Standard. relurn.At available to this :year's event.

National 4-H Club Week observed : '8 1' curricula in the junior Bradford High Dlggs says- The committee authorized Assistant

by over three million :: and senior high school years he and his faculty are teaching County Agent Bobby

4-H Club members October 6- ha', become meaningless and aU "self discipline or "discipline Taj lor and Bradford High Ag

12. i-n- r attention is focused on the within" by first inaugurating a Instructor Paul Hutchlns to pro-

B-aJford: County 4-H membersare y- r Florida 'State-Wide Senior set of sound policies of operation ceed with the purchase oC the

busy this week recruiting JTf4; '--- Placement Tests. Diggs pointedout and then allowing each in- 10 purebred and five grade anImals

new members! to their meetings 4. that a score of 350 is a"mi'st" individual student all the freedom weighing around 300

In every 4-H Club In the Coun for a Florida high and opportunities of leadership pounds.

ty. school graduate to enter the he: Is capable of earning Any local cattle raiser withpurebred

Opportunities for 4-H'ers Is University of Florida and Florida an.1 being responsible:! for. or good grade animals

the topic at each 4-H Club\: meet State University. Students "I believe that freedom and available I Is requested to contact
going out of stats to college opportunities should first be Taylor.
ing Some of these opportunities
required to take "college earned and then enjoyed." the
4-H are An idea spawned by former
4-H State
are: Camps, \
boards" or tests to qualify to BUS principal said "Thereforewe Chamber President David
Cangi-ess Judging:! Contests. entrance to nearly 25 per cent have very few sick studentsat
Coats, purpose of the calf
Leadership! activities such as "
of the nation's major colleges. Bradford High School.
i iOn scramble Is to get purebred
Public Speaking and holding a
Parents and schools creatorsof BHS is operating now undera stock Brad.
Into the hands of
Club or County Cojncil Office, the rat-race, must come up three-track curriculum plan.\: spike buck was killed with a 53-pound boa by archer ford's young farmers with the-

County Rally Days. and participation with the answer to the problem -A college preparatory track. Hugh L. Ilulson Jr. hope of Increasing: quality of v

In the Bradford:! Ccjnty I the principal says. They .- A general track designedfor Killed on St. Mai'v' Kraft property In Clay County last Sept. Bradford cattle. Each boy who '

Fair and other Fairs and! Shows. must remove the pressure from students who have not or 27, the' buck was shot from a tree stand. Hutson used two ar- wins a calf agrees to show! It /

4-H members also do varied the youngster and insist that cannot perhaps for financial with the first. Hutson and partner Clarence R. in the Bradford County Fair
project work In agrjcultur4horn of the "High-Lights" for Bradford County 4-H members make definite plans rows,
schools go back to their! normal reasons
economics. fcclencs personal I Is! 4-11 Camp. Each year about fifty trembers attend 4.11 Camp curricula.. fo1 college. This includes general Seul'lI"lnl trailed the deer 110 yards from where It was shot. and the Is asked to donate a calf
to scramble at a future
development leadershipand Cherry n"artadl"on: Florida to enjoy a full week of activities "Only then will the: level of college entrance requirements date when his herd Is large

citizenship. Some of these including swimming. crafc safety recreation. leaderihlp train. education return to the high plus a restricted amount enough.

are in: Agricultural prodjctlon Ing and citizenship.! Winners' of outstanding Camper Awards this standards we have become accustomed of business, vocational or technical Big Red Effort Against Jackets The Chamber Committeecame

and marketing including! meat to In this country," training.
year were Walter Prevail Carol McKlnney and Diane Thomas. up with the Idea of a
animals. dairy. poultry garden, Dlsgs says. But !he hastened to -The vocational technical thlui scramble for five grade

and field crops; Engineering add that he does not mean: that track which includes the mint- Not Good As Coaches ThoughtWatching animals in lieu of the pig

projects of electricity automotive schools should return to the mum academic requirements of sc'amble last :year because of

and tractor care: Conservation horse and buggy days. the state of Florida less than the hog cholera outbreak.

of forestry soil water "Only then will it be possiblefor BBS requires, and with heavy films of the St. with four individual tackles and

wildlife. Management! of home ( schools to teach: boys and emphasis on vocatlonal-tech- Augi.stlne game over the .weekend three assists each. Donnls Elder '

and home grounds money and girls how to live with themselves nlcnl training. Bradford High grid coaches had three tackles and three STATEMENT: OF9IANAGKMKXT: oWNEnlillTl": A. .

town and country business; and their fellow man" Diggs praised his superiors. decided their team didn't look assists and linebacker Tommy tint VLTION:

Family living such as food and DisKS added.A Superlntearl..it; : Tom Casey and as good against the Yellow Jackets Blackshear had three tackles (Act of October 23, 19621; Sectlon :
of of education the Bradford School Board as 438J: Title 39, United State ,
tit:ition clothing. grooming study the history they whitewashed 33-0 as and:! one assist \
would reveal that educators beir.g "willing to allow me to according to Other tackles going down the Code) '
and child ca.-e: ; Personal development was first thought Date of filing: October 1,
such as health safety, are extrern'sts.' the principal treat the cause rather than the Head Tornado David:! Hurse. line were Grins 3. Jim Tempi's. lint.

l leadership and! citizenship; other : says. Many times whet! : anew political effects" at BHS. Diggs The players had bright spotsin Bill Buby. Keith Patray. Title of Publication Telegraph.: Brad Frequency !
idea or plan in educationis : said: he is also fortunate to Chandler.. two each: ford County
popular: prcjects include photoRiaphy 4 their performance but also and Christy of Issue: weekly. Location -
horses and horsemanship ., born, educators immediately hav> the "solid support" of the made some mistakes that show. Bill Adams. Willie Cohens Rob of known office of pubiLa'ton -

and career exploration.Community __ __ adopt it, end worse yet. workit BHS faculty students, and the ed up In the minute analysis of bie Smith and Joe Green, one Bradford: 133 W.County Call SI.Florida. Starke.-
to death trying to cure all par ents.
Coach Nurse each. the headquarters
: 4-H Clubs are n&ioperating toadvanc' the game films. 2091. Location
in the following places ills Dlggs states. "Together we are going said things that will have to Mike Norman got six starson of the general business
But. Diggs added he is certainly Bradford County High tackling the offices of the publisher: 133 W.
with active 4-H membership 'I. be corrected over the week If his helmet for Starke, Bradford County -
not saying that all new School: by a decade beyond: Call St., .
open to any young person between state the Tornadoes!! are to play Live passer behind the line six times Florlda-32091.
the on
schools in
and modern ideas: ale merely most defensive end spot. Name and address of publisher
the age of 9-19: solving these issues and without Oak a game. from his and managing editor -
fads, without merit editor
The : Coach Hurse had praise for Grtggs received four stars fora
Brcoksr 4-H Club meetsat "I am saying that we have any additional help from :
the Old Junior High School all-jwed the pendulum to sway the tax payer," the principal three starting backs and three pass interception and three25yard Publisher: E. L, Matthews lIe.rdltor .,
however despite the 'or longer runs. Cohens P. O. Drawer A.
Building on the 2nd and 4th linemen.
so far to the extreme on the concluded. : F:. L. Matthews, P.
Fridays at 3:30: P. M. Walter Pr \'att. Mndunna fact that St Augustine was proven received two stars for a 23-yard: O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla
Broughton and Stan-
-The Hampton 4-H Club weaker than thought by run and an extra effort. B2- Managing ndltor: K. I.. Mat-

meets! at the! Oil: Hampton-: lev Crawford. are shown ns they loft for the Fourth Annual Florida New Lease Limits Soortsinen game 'ilms. lotc :and -Adrian Brown each received : then P. O. Drawer A. StnrkeFta.

School Auditorium 01 ths 2nd 4 II Oonnrcm/ held at the University of Florida In August. Running back Ronnie Grlggs, a star for a 23-yard run. .Owner. E. L. Matthews, P. 0.Drawer .
and 4th Mondays at 3:45: P. M. 4-H ( 01lgrns I I.* the' big event for older 4-H members wha have who gained 72 yards in four The Tornadoes played the A. Starke Fla.

-The Stake: 4-H Club! meetsat excelled In leadership activities nnd project work In their county. (Continued from Page One) carries by virtue of a 54 yard game minus the service of end Known bondholders, mortga

7:30: P. M. on the 2nd and Stanley and :Mary served as delegates to (he State 4-H Council disagreement within provided by the club to protect TD Jaunt, played his finest offensive Tim Murphy guard-linebacker gees, and or other holding security 1 per holdefaowning centor
There was tackle Allan
4th Mondays at the AgiiculUie with Walter and Madonna serving the game as well as being Ralph Morgan. more of total amount of
in !
Walter Council to how Fed. the City of Keystone
the as and Steve other securities
Center in Stark outstanding on defense with a Crawford, guard bonds, mortgages or
participated( In the State Share.The.Fun event. standin of human Injury resulting
aviation authorities event
eral None.
Crawford played only one qrartel' :::
Lawtey 4-H Club meets interception.
their appraisal of Sportsmen's from use of firearms on city- pass Total number copies printed :
at 5:30: P. M. on the 2nd and to be Workhorse fullback Gene Melvin ]- all due to injuries. Minorinjuries Average number, copies each
Prevatt Jr. Is 5 Year Club use of airport land. owned property; and $225 .
Emory a.3j kept Hugh Stephens 12
4tlTI.ednys: at the Market yearly in advance also came in for the same Issue during preceding
Cook, Wlnans and Donohos referred paid to the city Mingle I Issue
Dennis (
Dale Johns, and montliM, :1R2t :
Platform In He intercepted two passes
Lllwtey.othel' praise.
aviation deadline for the ", J.XItu.
Award Winner In 4-H WorkiIii to letters from with for touchdown :Hall out of the ball lIame.Morgan. 1.'P i"Jlr I :'II".JIOI' 'Iealeli
Clubs and:! Special Interest officials expressing disapproval.But first payment being Sept. 1, returning one a :
and gained 54 yards In a starter at both through dealers and
Grcjpi! are scheduled as Watkins and Fox agreed lUb
necessary around the County for Emory Prevatt Jr. Is shown with Darryl Davis. a Sports The rental payment was submitted 13 carries. guard and linebacker won't counter carriers paleS street: average number
those members who are unableto at Tuesday Fullback Willie Cohens was start against Live Oak but Is Issue during pre-
with one of the many awards men's!" Club member who replied by Pievatt copies each
attend the Community Clubs. he bas won for his activities In that all were present in His'it's: meeting. also lauded for his hard running expected to see action. Murphy. letling. 12 months, filing 2,140 : single date'

Again. 4-H is for everyone Including ----. L 4.H Club work during the last council chambers when FAA officials Because the club had not met in the first halt when he a starter at defensive end. won'tplay 2.nil Issue. nearest to

parents. If you wculd -r; l'f five years. having inspected arport: the deadline for obtaining insurance scored on a 50 yard run. Cohens for the second straight :Mall subscriptions, : average

like more abort 4-H. call or visit Emory has served as his 4-H and hunting club area had given and had been late gained 66 yards in two tries, week Coach Hurse says. number. copies 12 each months Inane I 1,2-3 durInu ;-

the County Extt.islon Office at """' '' Club president for four years verbal approval of the terms makiig: rental payment, Councilman but was held out the second half Starting! lineup In Live Oak I single pi iM-viling Issue nearest to fillnrdnt.

the Agriculture Center in Staike. has been president o' the Bradford of the crigthal''agreementAppearing / Winans. Cook, and Do- dte: to an aggravated leg. Friday: :! night: will probably be the .. 1.315: .

County 4-H Club Council only as "an interested nohoe had favored terminatingthe Hurse also noted that Juniorquarterback same as for St. Augustine according -. Total paid circulation. each.: average Issue

for three years: has been a :: citizen" Davis said, agreement at the September Mike Norman who to Coach Burses: evaluation lirei riling number 12 copies montlis, 1563: :

Solution Seen County: Delegate to 4-H District "Some of you are worrying meeting. Upon request of Prevail made six tackles from his defensive Tuesday sing: Issue nearest to filing

V. and has attended State 4-H about the fed: crops the SpoiLs.mPn'a L. however, an extension was end post, will play a Offensive' date, 3.505. .,
to attract animals at that time Donnie Elder, tight end; Ad- Free distribution! (includingiarnples
Club Congress as a delegate to planted granted lot of bill and is expected: to mall carrier or !
To HEW HassleContinued the State Council. He has attended and birds and you're Streets Committee chairman prove to be a real asset to the rain Brown split; end; Charles other means: .average numbercopies
hay in the middle of !Smith and Scotty Smith tackle
4-H Camp at Cherry growing Fox said that wattage had been ten m. each Issue during pre-.
the field that attracts them Just Marks : Jon Green and Steve irdlnir 12 ", onth... 3%, single IHBIIC
at the Defensive end Tom ,
( Lake for three years and:! servedas increased as planned neared In filing flute :111: ,
from Page One) Camp Council Chairman. He as much. caution light at the Highway who led the team with seven Crawford:! guard and center Total distribution: averagenumber J
Watkins and Fox both cited Robbie Smith. Backs will ,be f'aclInnll.. during -
twelve to BUS. also attended 4-H Wildlife Camp 21-100 Intersection. and appear tackles :and two assists was copies

I2' Seventh and eighth grade held in the Ocala National For. the club's contributions extensive to the ed to be sufficient for regulating lauded:! for a good job Bill Belote quarterback: Ronnie :.1.Him. single preceding lsmi,> 12 n..re.fll.months

sturieits who would have attended est each year. City of Keystone by ; traffic until such time as Charles Smith. co-captain and Griggs running back; Gene InK ilate. :.1,6.10.

Anderson Junior High Emory has been on the Bradford efforts in the interest of better the traffic load Inci'eased. two-way tackle was praised for Melvin fullback, and Bill Office use, left-over unaccounted -
hunting and fishing; and Adams, flanker. spo'led. after printing.:
and Brooker Junior High County 4-H Livestock his usual "fine consistent football each
conservation and promotional number copies
be transferred to the Middle :Team for three when the game. Defense average preceding 12mouths.
years for safe handling of I Issue during
campaigns CodePreparation

Zoning Tom Marks and Donnle Elder '.
Scl.ool. team placed: first at Ocala and HUMS plsa had good things 20.: single Ixsue neaicut
uscd. Next year each bus will gui.s. ends; Charles Smith and filing date 2<">,
131 Teachers on continuing Gainesville in 1966 and 1968. to say about weak side tackle
have to serve only one school Cook suggested that Watklnsrelinquish number copies
tackles Willie Co. Total: average
subject Tex Patrick,
whose grade or show ;
contract : Scotty Smith. who films
and the educational center. Ke was the high individual his chairmanship to each' Issue during preceding -
level is being closed out : Live. ed turned in a good pel'formonce. hen mlddleguard; Tommy 3.R211( single !n.
Questioned about the neighborhood FAlne Judging l at the State Maor Roy Starnes for the 1'0'malnd 12 months. .
to Blackshear and! Stsve Crawford filing 01.... I.Bil 10
win be given the opportunity : ,cunenient l I"
: schools and presentedwith stock Judging Contest in Tampa l' of the discussion because Well Alona T certify tnat the statement
transfer to a vacancy In their linebackers and Belote. Adams! ,
a petition signed! by 60 lust February of Watkins' membershipin made by me above are correct
Behind Marks and Norman In
Melvin safeties.
of certification. Griggs and at .
areas Reno residents asking that they Emory has shown steers In theGreater the club and possible personal and complete.E.
in the
(4> Annual contract teachers Work will be resumed tackles was Melvin and Belota: L. MATTHEWS
teaching gradelevels be allowed to keep their school. Gainesville Area Steer interest in its behalf. Put future to complete a zoning CALF SCRAMBLE: Owner

prr.-antly: subjects that: will be Casey responded: that his staff Show and Sale for two years. In the form of a motlcn, the near Bradford County, POSTPONEDDue
or code:!
phased out will be considered and the board would continue Other Livestock projects have suraetlo1curled: 3-1 and to George Roberts WISH I'D SAID to a conflict of dates, lit County Jn.lsVi ('nun.. In Anil
where a vacancy to fight to keep the neighborhood been his main interests during St :.tles took the chair. according! County Zoning annual Calf Scramble has been ....v llrnilffonl. 4'..u.t>. r'lorlilu..
by principals schools. The motion approving the new chairman of the In re: 1..t..I..t: Kathiyn U.L :.
exists in their areas of ceitiflcptlon. his 4-H career. Committee.The THAT"A postponed from Saturday Oct. 'Hiitan. rtM.HSidNDTUK
He said that Henderson indicated Emcry does not boast about lease and giving the Spoilsmen work is not J9, to Saturday, Nov. 16. Tt CRKI'ITOHS4Ml
that If these are reallyneighborhood in 4.H 30 days in which to approve it committee' iredlturs. .., tinestate of''I..I1"n
his accomplishment 4-H
tji I Under this )plai: AndersonElementary schools tliciemight was' carried 3-2. with Watkins too far from completion, Roberts In C'nmifv JIpir'.. Court. In .tail .: i I I'. LeaniHn. deteaxed.an .
Advisor Bobby Taylor states. nntlfli-d anil iviiuiioltr
Elementary hrrehr l
and RJE week. The committee Ktorhln.Ill -
said last K llrnilfuril fount
be chance of ana Fox voting nay. e claims or cteiiindswhich
a good But ha does Kathryn ITinman > lilt' any
enccurage any of
will contain an integrated re: Kstatv
set regulations agalnutwi'il
to up have
still has thvv may
keeping them. Henderson: stressed The club's rent payment and dert'aHed'XOTICK .
between nine and office of theI
young person eMtatt In the
faculty. trailers
Transported students will that the Board would !have 19 years to join 4as, soon: laiurance policy were returned governing house )lot of things are like a OK PUOIIATKTo Interested) InThe t'ottiitv I Judo of Lt'a'I frtI, C'ti n-
161 All Ii'Ei''fls
to Items 5 with understanding that and subdivisions as as bother tFUilrla.. In the rourthouseat I
to rigidly adhere pay. hang nail-they don't said lt'itflt0I :
that end! t make theirplaits Kstat Of six.
school possible
not be bused by a u : :> of various thntitttvn IArk. Florida, Mlthln
grade in which they and 6 (concerning integrated: to participate in as many nvnt would be made at the define boundaries you until you discover they > are" tivi-fhy. notified purporting I ,Hl.'ndar monthH f'olth., .. dateof
contains faculties and bussing) in the end of the grace period If the zoning districts.! A. J. Hudson The n \\' Inxtrumvnt will and teata- t the first ptibl I'ati"rt of thinnutlie h
are enrolled. (If they provide activities as possible. has already exist. to I he the lam I Pat'li ilnlm or drum 'nit
master plan. clvib approved the lease. Most of the county: nail) dprtfnt haa been
new mr-nt nf and must
their own transportation they Olustee (Okla.) Chieftain. .. In tnlipoint miiM lie I In writing1
zoned for agri- leI"lIt.Iro""t. \
to neighborhood Starnes tentatively of leHlrtence nn'I..t
their The alternative Reports been hneby% rommHtKltct Ht:itt* tin .plate '
may attend the school of schools would be "pair- The ScenePeople Pursuant to Councils criticism CUltUI al purposes the chairman Von within are Bix inVndnrmonthp 1 "t'flt'. address. of .the..,n claimant to l.yth
choice. "It's too bad that the future nf theririt and must be ""
Under this plan a rough estimate half of the grades iK-3 for example gave a detailed account At the county commission. generations can't be here to" C I... appi'Hf pulilliatlun In this court anil or I It will I I bfiome volil

of the number of students i would attend one school at the courthouse aretalking of the department's activities meeting last .week Billy Noegel. help us spend their money. ,l
in each school will be as follow and the other half <4-6) would !. about the 'one.sbot"voters to date which appealed to Farm Bureau director asked -Fred 'V.Grown, The BergenN. why udmlttlKK the action.aId will of thin to prohAteMhnnl" I'ndelooil of I raterAdministrator the Rslntoof *

*: Hampton Elementary attend another school. who seem to be crawlingout clarify past questions and that members of the proposed' ( J.) Citizen. not Bland unrevokeil.S "th"'n I' Leaman dectas-

180.; Brooker Elementary 80: Dr. Henderson and Dr. An. of the woodwork and registering : brought nodding approval from 7/oning board be weighted heavily / / Tlieion County A. Ynwn.J""I(r rVIrut '
Lawtey Elementary 230; RJE rig! were in Florida to addressthe to vote 10 they can follow the Council with representatives of agriculture "Some people's finances are i 1"hl."II..n. on Octoberloth Kiixt pulilliatlon October
1"C sTliomas
Elementary 210: Anderson Ele. meeting of the state's county the Pled Piper from Ala. In speaking of misunderstandings in such a mess you'd think 1 littsThoniHB & 1'I.M-i

mental, 118; Southslde Ele chool superintendent At bama. ; that had existed between: Commissioner J. M. !Norman they were getting advice from 1'. O IHiimr Ar I'li'Mt 1033Ht V. tl. ,.I liraner.'ht..rn ,. O033Staiki.

mentary. 550; BHS. 1,104 (with the meeting on Friday Henderso1 dome councilmen and the police also asked for a report from the government.-Duane C. i'kf. 1... ."\: (')'"

20 comlig: from Anderson and paid that there can be no The scene l is the registration department Starnes apologized the Zoning Committee at the Griggs, The New London ,\tt..Int'ya In.tO H 10/31 10'40 4t to/3t

146. from RJEI); Middle School.: "white schools" or "olack office. on behalf of the department November meeting of the Com" (Iowa) Journal. .I. -
schools" by 1969-70 "Just The pctential: voter ambles In. and himself, as mayor.
804 (with 60 coming from RJE mission
"What do I have to do to vote SPECIAL OFFERTO
schools. fo being remiss presentingregular
and 41 from Anderson.) Roberts has said that zonlnj
He explained that although for Wallace? reports at council
In 1969-70. BHS will have 833 the sum
: work has slowed over
freedom of choice waj permitted The registrar explains how meetings. THE HARD OF HEARING
white students and 269 colored; months but will get back; SPEECH THERAPIST
Middle School: 609 white, 195 in the past it will be held one registers and begins the "The police do maintain law
to normal pace soon. CHILDREN'S COMM.:
colored. unacceptable if zoning a school routine questions: "Republican and older in the City of Keystone a AT Register for the Drawing to Win Free Hearing Aid
'The committee was therapist .
Mrs. Lynn Stover speech
Democrat Independent
di--t.ict will further the cause or keep records of arrests
By combining all 7-12 grade the county commission "by Taking Oar Hearing Evaluation Test. At Location .
I don't care-Just so's I can fines and bonds respond to ed by : working with six schools
of .
students in the county at school the desegregation.My vcte for Wallace." all calls and endeavor to en- about 18 months ago to draw in Bradford County apoke at the ,. and Date Below. (There's no obligation on your

educational: center the fo'ce the law without undue up a zoning: code for the coun- Monday luncheon meeting of the part at all.)

system will save approximately "Well how did you register publicity to parties Involved" ty subject to approval by the Bradford.:! County Children's
$34.000 which: can be U3ed for "
lust time? th' Mayor said. He added how. commission. Committee. She described the
additional: teachers and supplies. Neighbors "
Casey and Clark told The "1 never voted before the ever, that there had been noeffort techniques used in the lower MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
Telegraph. The money will be middle age man replies. to cover up or hide any. BAND PARENTS grades to assist young childrenin
want to vote for Wallace 10
thing. overcoming speech
saved because libraries, phy"i.cat
In 127 East CaD Street
he clean mess
education facilities and can up Police Chief Wally Muhlhoferreported Bradford High School Starke

many other items will no longer Washington. observing Keystone Band Parents will meet at 7:30P. :

have to be duplicated. "11 ycu had bothered to vote students and coaches having m. Tuejlay.: 0t. 22, in the KEV. LUTHER .McGEE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12
also out that it difficulty! halting traffic in band hall.
Casey pointed before maybe there wouldn't be ACCEPTS CALL
of the for studentsto 10:00: A3I. 3:00 PJU.
now cost about $200 a year to such a mess In Washington," a front gym Rev. Luther A. McGee has accepted -
bus transportation for cross the street for special call to the Oak Grove
provide clork comment acidly. a
high achool students at RJE So the scene goes, with only athletic activities.! It wa.s decided VO-TECH CENTERTO Baptist! Church between Camp Also see the one and only Miracle: Ear no cords,

wo go to the Vo Tech center m'nor! variation to move the school zone SELL ENGINES Blanding and Mlddleburg. 'wires or tubes Plus the latest eye gIaes. Ear

for some of their courses. This flashing light from Lawrence The B adfor; -Unlo /Area VO. where he started mj pastorate levels and cord aids. Repairs and batteries for *Q

cost will be eliminated. No one !Is willing to even Blvd. at Pecan St., where it is cational-Technical Center has 12 years ago. He invites friends snakes of Hearing Aids.

Another item favorableto "Ziieisllmale" Ihe number of seldom needed to the gym several Junk engines that may to come and worship with him

t the new plan can be seen in one shot voters who have registered crossing. be seen at the automotive shop. at Oak Grove, Equipment and Consultants Sponsored By i

the transportation system.Caiey or how many plan to vote Satterfleld reported that sevenIav.ker Bids will be received for open- Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn-

said that at present buses hear it for Wallace But there are loads of asphalt, averag. trig! Tuesday Oct. IS, at 7 p m, ing Worship at 11. Tl'alnlnaUn. JACKSONVILLE HEARING AID SERVICE |
"and I'd like to
are going all over the place .. .." enough following the Pled Piper int 6,000 gallons per load had ,by the Bradford County School lon, 6:45: p, m. Evening Wor 229 W. Adams St. Jacksonville Fla. i iPAGE

and: shuttle biues are being once. to have caused comment. becn used in runway repairs !Board. ship. 7:30.:
now completed.


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5 ) HURSDA", OCT. 10, 111I
Sfly .- S.
No Help Sampson Residents l>i>lnrv.. C. l)mpler- Clerk-- Iln"l l office nddreiH, of the claim-"
(HKAI.) ant lila Agent or hi. attorney
Flint publication Sept. 19 nr II\ will'IMNMIIUM' void arcordlnfftn .

I l1IU4. 9/24 U 10/17 lnv"lnr..'...'.> K. Ili'MiiH. Kxerutor. nf
ih'Estate. of Aaron T. Paul
I County's DiQina On Wrona EndS ilt'ream'iliixli. ,\.
f.i Tit .-...... Of The CnnHtrJuilK .
*. Hrmlford. Vaunt Clara : H. L'On&r.iI
liln. In Prbnt.. 14 I :! Went full MtreetHtaike.
.. ...... ...... ..... !. r.t Kiitxtr of 1I.IU. V. FI"rlll"It..rn"
Lak e residents have for KxerutorKir
complained the County Commission any way to determine with any project'. "Aside from a little high rled on In South Florida the !proached he County Commission KnlKkt T.I ,Ikrrm.rd.Crvdltori And Persons \ HI I'll hi......tlo,,: -ptcmlr, IS.

has begun; digging on its degree of accuracy how long A. U. S. engineer from Jacksonville ground around Starke the county people there claim its drying up about forming a drainage com lln"Inir Clnlmn Or l)emanitaUHltiMt ID OH 6:24: It 10/17

drainage project on Alligator It will take the tJ''. S. engineers to Williams said has already Is all swamp,' he said. In dry periods yet in wet times mittee. .\ nnrtHih Miild i.at.tYi.ii ..r you .are hervl -

Creek near Starke Instead o! actually get work started on any said work could begin "Drainage affects many persons want more drainage The group decided that another >v ....\lfI..d nnil rxiulred In pr.- \oTirn: OF "Tp: 'rlOX TO
farmers Soil Conservationist Bill Haas meeting will be scheduled H..ivl' tinv cliilnia and rteinaa uii.Is''iIi'Tl'lOs5, '
west of the Sampson Lake on (drainage project. One source within 12 to .18 months. In the county-many \\lililt, yt'ti. ..r either of you. \ \MI-; 5
commit. and how children get back said he was happy to hear the where there is pertinent information ',' HtfHlnttt the estAte ofllnUlM that
Sampson Canal which they contend Ketchle. told him It will he seven Ketchie also told the mn\ hn\ Nolli'i* I IH hereliv: gIven
tee that alternate plans should and forth to school" Bloodworthsaid. talks abU! conservation, instead tobe: relayed by the V. KiilKht, dccrnpiMl. lot llu, tinderplNnii'd., under the pro
would relieve 'present years. .r ,ui. Iii CnYintv to the County \'Isi.a.l .. i>r ("hapler. 20)51!) Laws
florid:: conditions. Section 205 of the national watersheds be made, perhaps on a local He urged the Drainage of just drainage. committee. Chairman Norman ''''''IC'' nf Mradfoid County Florl of Kliirlilu., .\.t..f 1941 will
with Committee to alert the entire Bloodworth. was quick to say said residents will be notified l lii. nl lit, i ffli In the court riKl"ti with the Clerk of the
CD Director Frank level in the project
..stdent.s.Tom act case Starke.
Two Sampson Lake h....... ..f until County at I'lrriilt (Coin, In and for DrRd.t. -
Crawford and Howard'' /Williams said answering the the U. 8. Corps of Engineers county to the problem. however that he bad advocated throvgh newspapers and the ra- I'It, I.ln.. within I six cnlenilHCminllm : ....., I'.'mt>, Florida, uitnn re-
Same controls needed for flood control when the St. Clair dio..Vfin. from th. time of the ...lit .'f iiriioP of implication oft
question would not require congressional falls through. are |
Brown. asked that the county flr-t iuilli'nttiii') of this notice.Cmli I.''a imtliv, the rlctltlou I .*' nit, "
dig out Sampson Canal west of : action but U a small James Bloadworth, another St. water, not just drainage Chair- Street residents many of whom : ilxliil or drmand Hhalr .lie ..Wln-HTi',' Fiirm; under wlilihui
all the were flooded "out of their homesIn In XMltlnw. at nil Khali state th* \ iHmlnomi at
project act which authorizes that Clair Street resident. said drainage man Norman said. With ii ii' 'nICAII..d
Creek. of-
the lake before Alligator and ioat ,
|ilu. .* nf rvHldellfe Itl I Iliix. 1I4: I..ake. Ilutl.T
The county is digging at the top up tto $1 minion be spent on aTO'N Is a county-wide problem. flood control projects being car the five-day rain, first ap- fli'>' a.Ilr..f. the claimant, I"I

I of the watershed they auid as T. >4)'iIiOP HHKHIH-H ".\L.. I'Miild ix: ''niUim.I1. 11,'n'.h..11\ ,I I'iI.luk. iincnt H\\orn, or to ntloa'neir.II lay theIiiliiiiflit \\<'ll III,'mi I',. 111.nit-nn In..and... IH.! WinifredT. hake. .
Iii r.e; b:Htntr or Anron l I" h 'M'liv KlM-il that I. II n..h1h.hn'aIf",1 .
JOotli'e demand
ci tnt or .. .
aired for the 114 mtHi a Kim Iilii. -ownera.Diilfd
nny ii
drainage woes were Florida fbi'ii.
I I'alil. U'a..d. I'. H. Ili-tlillHh Khfi-lff( "f Jliad- County Hlutll bt void.Clnlrv .
third time last Thursday Oct. ::'\lITIC"N 01' l'HlIlJ.\TbJ f"">l foiinty.t 10"1"11\11.; I iimli-r and 9/10!> 4t 10/11)) nut. mi fll'(1 I IhU lillh ilny nr "e"|>-
M. OappwAP
trwIPs _______ .
(.a\ VOICE of tficSPORTSMAN To' All IVI-HOIIK JnUieHted, In )>v tlrlue of Writ nl ieuitlonto of the Ltnt'lTi\ t em in ,iA.. I),, liMIH nt Htarke.
3, whIch will only throw water Tin ),:,tuie of HHI.I. l 1..I..nl.: Wit: IN The Cuuiht-r Judge.* C..rt... executor of Hollli V. Iliiniri.ril, Ciiiint), Klfiilitn.l .
into Sampson Lake faster without J Vim art hereby iintlfli-il I thAt. i\eiutlon: I...", .. .nut nf HmnllClnlniH (, ............. <...*at? SlAiN U(. Fl... Hinl KnlKlit. ,Tet-tnment,).-'..'.....'i1. 26 It 1617or.i'io
: for, \ } II viltten InMrumint. pnrl".tlnK I'...".1 of MriKlf'iiil I'eiun- 101.' .. Mei>t. Sit( 09551)Ce
I first providing any way to I,,' thy l.nKt Will of .\il roil 1Paul. .. t\, Flnilil.i. Mii'Minnt, t.. n finAl I 1..1..1.: cif Holll V Knight i-'irnt t ) it 10/IT > TO
it to leave the area. \ I. 41.1.. him lictm admittwl Judgment fur I'liuileMA. I'nvldnon 1 l.enscI.Tin' >
I By MIKE C1IITTYPhone to ]"rol'iitv. In thlrt\ Ouuit. nml nKiiln I Iliirold I llnrtrl Htnta) ( of Klorldn To All In 'I'hr S'nnn., .4ndire'ii Court Of IIKdNTKII' ru-'i'Isiots
,. The City of Starke and the' S S 475-2171 V'nu mo heiel.v. iniiininmleillthlti ,fcndnnt In tin-I H III.'II lit of 1'riaoni Interested In the Kit at* ..."........ f..nH,r, ..1.....'.. !. :>.IMK
County Commission together'have \ ti nix. < iiii'iiflnr month* $3:1:14.nn<. t'iirrtlti.1ltli, i-i.$tH ofcollii of said iedent: I'...".... %... Not I-. I. lieri'liv Klxi-n th"t
uubllentlnn notified that Aaron T. the undpralirniMl., under the in'''-
thiflrnt 1..1
from tin ilnti nf ) Umilltii Ton HIV hrreliy In ll -:
three draglines working on of till" nut I,'* to appear. I. > ..i lxtd iitiil tm\. '"> In mypoBtomilim u written InMtiiment purporting I'''a.I I. 11"11.,1.S..TH' \lnliinn, IIr ('ilalat| er .2".11\:1: :I l.auxof
Alligator Creek in Starke and Nowlet'a tab a look at the .In thiN Omit niict. how CllUUt.It \ th. I..II"WIIIII'I dvitrlbixTHonnl to ln tinl.nut. Will And Teatn- '; TO KDiTona 'Iurldll.1" .r I'MI! tt ill
Hello there sports fans sorry: h the action .. hAs .beenHdmlttvd. nf the5state ofaiiiu r..gii.aeiitIi I h. Clt-rk nf that
and Rowell nn% >rm rlln.I ) cit I pioprrtr tn Wit : ini-lit of .nhd..d..nt All tri'illtnm
.between the town I missed last week but flshli.g reports for this week. of tills court In admitting inldAVIU tl'\\':: : riirnlit Mnlillf: HOIIIPTatr I to probate In ial you:/ Boys they're finally here I II! in pi'olmte. fhoiikl. not 111 I X". K"nj1ii.: : .' .liriid .and required txifll fur'l I "nt) r'Niildii.. ui>im n-
Lake.Why' not start at the Sampson due to some m'stake at The 'tanil, tinri. .,.okril. No 7W1V-04':' and I mean "
Mayflies that K I the flillllouM" I
Telegraph column didn't get Tfll.nnx"A"'X.I: .\ til* iiropertv of tin nlinvpniini.it ..Ixitl.'nlsir; months from \\ lii. h they IIIHV have against I. iiotlt-v natiirof
Canal end?" Crawford asked my they are here (in the Santa Fe CYiuittv. .Iiidtrc' in nml fur OradI..nnt dt-fcnitunt nml Hint, onrII,1ut' 111ilatf of lit> flrht. piililii-iitlon mill .'stuiI.' in the office of the rluin 1.I1h.e1..t..I., IIw). sot
to first relieve flooding conditions printed. It's sure: dls-heartenlng !Lakes area). Now boys. I ain't C'''... *.. Floi'.Ulu :\ tin 1 -lIlt iluv of (htobeiln4 ..r thin notice to appear In aaltt IVniiM, .,,"tlC.' of MiadfiHd Coun* eui; lit tltarke, Florida.fhnrli'H : .
ta put hard work in to getting >I.'. .\1111I'1nn.1.. N, C'Kik '; HI I t\\tl\-t. oVloik. noon on 101111 nnd Hhow ,-"u.", If any tv Kliirlila.. In the Courthoumtm
there before digging out talking about those black "LoveBusrs' 041I..) MHlll. llHy O11 till. I.I.' ...M Of tllPrtrmlfniil you ,'an, whit' the action, of. aald HtarkiKlorlilii(. within .1 lxiiiKndiir "-:. Inmly, Hwy. 301 North
Creek. up a column and then something call iInIi4iuiiclern lonnt.full. I I I, \\lll of. 111111 In lulmlttlnR .*Id. Will tolirolmtp nioiitlm from the date "Stiiike, Florida; loon'flci's.liat.d .
Alligator happen that it doesn't get that some people 14i! W..,. Cull PtieetHtr.rkc f.... ....,. Knlc 1 mid mil to tlirhlwlipxt .h.,1) <1 not tnnd unreTh..n of tla,' flint pulilliatlo-n, of thl* tItla' CilIa day. oC Septemlter -
Crawford and Brown didn'tget Mayflies; I'm talking about! the I .FloildnAttmiu.v Milcli< ..i- for cnxli In )hand \oki>d. niitlii1. ICnrlt, a1 lnln\ or ""man"n"'l l IDAS A, D at Slarke
a definite answer during I theme printed. Well its good to be light tan long-bodied files with fur KMrutiiiUIU" t h.> nl I.odOKi'illml' |rorty| of .\. "ltwn. County Judge ,' '"' In willing, and mimtMtHti iU'ii dfurd County Florida.B36 .
I back, RO let's see whats happening 4t 10/10 S'Mull I I ilr-fomlHiit. to millHiv, tlio 11k-It.1 i r...... I'''"n I y. Pim-lila tin* pliti'e of. realdence RndADS 4t 10/17
tlnf. Committee Chairman the long tails that look kinda

Buck Norman said the Commission on the local sports like antennae on the wrong:

: is negotiating for right-of- scene. end. Believe me, it won't belong
How about those "Fighting"Tornadoes
i way with people as far west as till the fish will really
of Bradford: High.
where Sampan\ : Canal flos into start. popping them when they
These boys were really lookl-g:
Santa Fe River, but that work light on water. Last year we
like Championship material Friday
has been started on this end. >even saw fish jumping cut of
night when they wholloped
Norman and Commissioner- the water and: catching those
St. Augustine (Yellow-jackets
elect Ralph Bryan agreed after !Mayflies. That's when a fly-
that lost their sting) by a score I NEW MOBILK HOMKtJ: chic-I!,
the meeting. however, that the fisherman can really do some ,
S of 33-0. Even though I cant give I kasha 20' x 21 wide. Buddy i E. LaRue
correctin I
Sampson residents are sport with the right kind of fly. : '
complete on the I Clemson, Lnyton travel trail- ,
a coverage
their assumption that digging you But I can tell you, if you don't If you find your name among: the Classified Ads Azalea. INSUltANtfGE: : CY
game, there are some points era Liberty, Taylor, i
willS I|
Creek out now .
Alillgator have just the right one, you
that I just have to mention. Like office and receive TWO Buy sell, trade. Year bank finonrlng Aulo I'lrei ll.niir-rmni'rM
only throw water on them faster! can throw your arm off and never come to the Telegraph. and de
with just; 3 1-2 minutes elapsedin free sat up
: 'with no provision for relief. cath a fish. So all you fly- LIFE & ACCIDENT
301 Drive TRAILER
the first quarter the Tornadoes PASSES to Florida Theatre or livery. BLCKEYE
Bryan said the Commission will rod biffs: better get out the ole INC. 6912 Blandlnff, Kejatonn' Ileiglila ns..j6f11
went ahead 7-0 on touch- MART. .
!begin digging on the Sampson Hits, and get ready 'or some I tfchgI
down by WilHs Coh ns. With In. Ja1C 771-8776.
end: as soon as the area 1$ dry Theatre Passes i
Just 6 minutes and 7 sec. elap fun.Griffins
enough and as soon as right-of- Lodge (east shore -1- : WANTED USED sed. Bill Belote (quarterback) INSURANCE I I V&Kfl' VAC1TVM clexne,. r*.
way easements cnn be obtained.St. Santa Fe) reported a decrease I electric refrl er .ton.
returned punt for 75 yards RATES! !l\H.\ V 10 .''lffert.nlnamV stove or
a HASTINGS MATTRESS 4T nKDtTKD rundltlnned; l 'up.
Clair Street residents present in fishing activity for last week. I beds dintt seta bfrtiootu.
and made it 14-0. By the time RATES BOAT cnooir from. ,
the dig- &
about of
comment Bell
had no Mr. an:!! Mrs. James set!!, sofas and chairs. Phone-
8 minutes and 40 sec. elapsedin 710 Lemon St.Furniture. Pftlqtk, DOYLE: F.. CONNER12'JSVRAlCE : Part. Ac excellent repairs aMmaUe
Cing.J Jacksonville cauvht! 4 bass, one t.loJ
1.23 O"l1n\prll.
to 15 word ____ 904-792>
the second: :! quarter; the Tornadoes '- I'p Repaired :: AQENOPUMPS ... KIR3i SAI.U3 A ,
M. Edwards former ccunty of them weighing 7 pounds. Mr.
had ahead 27-0 bya (Minimum charge) Refinished U..h1C SERVICE 712 N Main' r.alnes-
gone ; & : SALE-2 large floor space
the Upholstered FOR
engineer. said at the meeting and:! M.-3.: Carl P. Langrer of Columbus S
!Sampson residents "are absolu- 49-yard touchdown by RonnlJGrigg3 !: Ga.. caught 50 Shell- Each> word over 15 .. .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT I'' ''ill/ t76-7110 tfchg heaters Nesco. Sl.OOO; Washington.

tely right.' He said the digging and an interceptionwhich cracker Bluegills and Specs mixed New Innerspringci I DID. YOU KNOW ifj easy to 35.000. Complete with
ran for a touchdown by Extra charge If not .. and dampers Also 155;) gal
done last week was at the and caught and Box Springs
:being \ Saturday they Home?
Gere Melvin. Then to top it off; paid In advance __.. .33 NEW AND USEDSALESl'ARTSSERVICE ,4wn a Longcnamp oil:\ storage tank and guage! on
top of the watershed. 50 or 60 mixed. Roy guided Mel. Drop IT. A Card or (Yell 'Better built for F'.ir'la Uvfcg. -
Norman, the drainage committee Keith Patray recovered a fumbla : vli T. Redmond:! of Jacksonville PALATKA EA 5-9166) YOUI plant or ours les God: condition. Rea. on'
by Tsrnado:! quartrback: Resolution ahlo 200 E. AdkUvn St TF
to the Saturday Memorials, 8I1ALUER Deep & Shallow Wells'! -
chairman reported: who was there : MRS. PKGOY > lot or ours. Contact Bu-

:22 persons gathered in the County 'Mlko and made-Norman it 33-0 in the with end 9 minut zone- through Thursday and they 1 cents per word 299 E. Adkln St.SfatfUo Water Softener. & Filters i ford Mitchell phone C646833 FOR. SALE-,Coastal Bermuda

Agricultural Building! that the !'s 57 sec. lift in the caught 54 Bass and 15 Specs.! Agent Fxpert Service On P O Box 338. ?tnrke nI iy. XOo' bale and up J D
County Commission last Wednesday game. Shipman's Camp (west shore Makes tf.JIMMY .'-'a ] tfcllg
All 9(4-6il4.( ]
White, (
The Tornado defense was absolutely CARDS OF THANKS!! ,*- L .___ _.
Oct. 2, made a formal Santa Fe> did not have any Plume 96'.7061DURRANCE

request to the U S. Corps of great the entire game names to report this week. However BO word or len --- 8.00 PUMPS MEN WANTED Men cottage

Englaers in Jacksonville for a and really took the sting out of they did report good I parents! : age over 21. Starting
drainage study. the Yellow-jackets. If I had ths: catches of Specs trolling ani Each word over 60 _. .01 I AND SUPPLY CO. I MOORE'SSUN pay $291: month ('1'01\1011011 op-

honor of picking a "Player-of. --- SPORTSMOORK "oUUtlttcs: tfnd regular i In-
Norman said the U. S. engineers di If ting. Also. that they've beenhaving .5 :
will also give the countyan the-week" it would surely be some Bass coming in. ""III S "'n'm, I 'P'Q1& AI.EBRICK!: HOUSE ririisei in pny 8 bout dav!' 'Si :s''

estimate of the costs involved Gene Melvin, who really playedan Uncle Alfred Hudson: or WANTED--3 men and 3 women I 'icatly ,?fur occupancy 3 bed- : S BOAT TOR (11'1 i:' k,1: ilck! leav ,' vacatloni,

outstanding game. If the for Mobile home and Home Improvement I YOUR MONEY state:: retirement" If interested
.in the watershed project: theysuggest Gainesville, and his nephew loom 1'i' : bath. located Just
Toinadoes:! continue playing ball Sales. Cabanas car i titurke! I'h. M4-510I picas. apply: In prr.soii PerioiuielMnnnRer
a-3 well as alternate Edward Christmas went fishingin PAINTS outside ol city. limits In i
as they did against St. Augustine patio awnings scieei enclosure SERVICE Ccntr. .
poits. Sir.iland Training
,steps to be taken if it proves un. Loc loosa and caught 9 bass. I Plnebreeze Easy rronthly
where even 90 yards inpe'alties utility bldss. Will tiutn I SPECIAL: Gnlfsvllle. Fin. Urlin
water. week's .
feasible to establish a Now fellows since this terms. Longcnamp Cr ,st Co. _
didn't stop them, Itcan't Call far appointment; : Aluminum II Ski Rig $393.00'New
reports are short we'll take a Contact Bi fort Mttcncll. Refill .
shed.Norman be P.oducts. All Florida Mobile I BIC PENS. Bull Point
long before have ; arriving
they Model Engines
Ketchie. a St. Clair look at those! reports that didn'tmake pone 984-6853 P O. Box County Trie-
another State Home 473-4178 tfchg *, -
Street resident asked if there is i Championship. it last week. HEWDoItYowsfilf 9138 Starke. tfcb" I every day. pb.I .

Griffin's Lodge least shore ot lira

J Santa: Fe> reported a better TilE KEY: TO .
FOR SALE-Beautiful: large 3 : baby
business! FOR RENT TV sets, ,
BROOKER FLORIDA week and a very o Gracious! Living bedrcom home. Central heat. -
and amplifiers
weekend They had all I Ice beds, electric guitars
over the
Town HouseARAKTMKNTS !; Insulated. 2 blocks of shopping
their boats rented and had QiC) refrigerators !
BUDGET REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR seveial private boats launched 111wS ; :-let'. Phone 9B4-517-I tfchg : week or month Phone 964-::1

CALENDAR. YEAR 1969 there. Friday Roy guided Mr. Sell Rent LOST ,?'ick an1 whit d'g. lit. : 7923. Dahmers tfchg
REVENUERoad Zellner of Jacksonville and Mr. I SEAMLESS tie! *H'2V.: In face n:'U lime in I

I and Bridge Fund-Biadford Co---------------$ 258.90Advalorem Cone of St. Augustine and FurnishedM hind le 1 ?. Last seu ct Farmr: ALUMINUM: PRODUCTS'

Taxes' ,. __ _. .___n...'___ ,____..___ 1750.84 they caught 12 Bass and 2 or Unfurnished FLOORING' Mutual. Answers t.: nam:! of Awnings. Patios, Cabanas,
Jackflsh. Saturday Roy guidedMr Ruford Mitchell Din. Coll 782-3931: C 782 3784. Carport, Boa tllhed*. Utility
Penalties and Interest ._. ._u..n..U.n__.. 18.00 and daughter of
Redmond Phones UP In 19o1. .lr,<
Garbage Fees -- ... ._.__........----_.... .. 875.00 Jacksonville: and they caught 9 964-0760 ..' .. Mobile Homes, Keystone kits

Unpledged Cigarette Tax ... .u..__....... .__ 1111.20 Bass. Roy and Mr. Redmond: 964-6833 ,WE MAKE vIztNrEDOfflc? clerk. Prl- Ph. 473-1178 tfchg

caught 11 Bass on Sunday. Alan ,- miry flyjr work. Apply; ] In pr-:! I-

Griffin caught 12 Specs on the WI'NTED Good used Moble! ,c. Lake Butler Apparel Com- II A. J. Thomas. Realtor, General
TOTAL REVENUE ... _...__ .__. _-4012.00 I
EXPENDITURES biuhplles one afternoon. Roy Haine. Cash!! waiting Phone 473- KEYS pany. Itchg Rcnl Es'ate' and A-pralslns:

caught 16 Specs and 8 of them 4li( after 6 p. m. tfchg : for Estates. Corporations and:!
weighed around a pound and a. Ind'.v'dual! Owners. 30 Years Ex.petieflce -
Salaries ..__._... __.._........._........ ...300.00 half each. FOR RENT-Large two bedroom era. 45 BTU and, 5 BTU. Drums In Florida Land Mattel .

Insurance --.-...--._- ..__..__. .... ..............._. 25.00 Shlpman's Camp (west shore A. C. 'urn'.s'ned!! Apt. withCarport MEN WANTED Laundry and stands Call 964-7327 or 964. 's. 205 N. Temple Ave., Tel.

Building Maintenance ... ...n.._....... ... 60.00 Santa Fe) reports that Bass and and Laundry Room. i workers Kitchen aids labor-I 5405) _Ztchg-]10-17 904-5701.] TF Chg
the Across from B. H. S. Renner watchman
Utilities -...__.._-...._ ........................__ 125.00 Specs are biting good in 964- I en cottage parents FOR SALE!! -Approx: 15 acres.
little lake. Those fishing out of Apt., 633 McMahsn. Phone cooks and, clerks, ground- : SEWING MACHINE Cleaned
Legal and Accounting __ 100.00 coinrlnj:!' on hard road. Contact
"-'''un.n. 6279. tfchg Five
Sh'pman's from Gainesville keeper, truck driver. oiled and adjusted in your

Office Supplies ____ . __u.u......_......___ 5000 were: Mr. and Mrs. SD.. Tea- day week, eight hour day.I W. H. Maxwell Hampton FIJ.I home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs

I Election Expense _. .__ ..____ .......... _u....___ 55.00 gue. 18 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. TRAILER LOTS State retirement, vacations. I 2tp-0-17 I also. All work guaranteed. I

Dues .. ... __.. .- .. _.__._. ......... .........__ 55.00 Ahtn Butterfleld 48 Specs; Mr. LAKE ACCESS sick leave. If Interested please FOR RENT-Furnished nice efficiency -i Dennis E. Cogglns, Rt. 1, Box LIBERAL REWARD for Informutlon .

Office Furniture and Equipment __ ..n....____..__ 5000 and Mrs. Kenneth Prldgen 30 Down $15 Month apply in person Personnel I apartment: $50 month 8q.! Ralford. tfchu t leading to the recovery

Tax Roll Preparation .. .. .. ..n.._.__..... ..__... 25.00 Sp'.cs. From Jacksonville $15 Manager. Sunlartd TrainIng Rcnne: Apts 633 McMahin. Ph. I, SHINGLE AND ROOFING of Cuck:o Clock taken from my
were: Bobby Jennings, 35 Specs; Lake Lots $2500 Up Center Gainesville, Fla. 964-6279 tfchg home! Sept. 27, very sentimental
Tax Roll Adv----------------------------------
210.00 John: Aim worth. 8 Bass; and -Investment Properties tfchg Work-Guaranteed. For estimates value to owner onlY. Any Information -

Tax Sale Aid n ..--u.n. 20.00 Clyde Tenlngton. 37 Specs. COME ONE Come all If you: are call 964-7716 after 6 p. m. will be kept confidential<:

Charge to Road aol Bridge Fund. .._..._. .....-.__ 25.00 Those from Earlton Beach S. E. McKAY RENTALS NEEDED Furnished over 21 to Mattox Long B-ldge 2tchg 10-10-10-17 Phone 533-2173. tfchg

were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Mor- or unfurnished. Strout Club 100 Bar & Lounge Dance

TOTAL GENERAL AND ADM. EXPENSE .._.$1090.00 ils 40 Specs: and Mr. and Mr*. Realtor-Appraiser Realty, 2117 N. Temple) Ave.. a-.1! : listen to Connl Phllman and SEVERAL Machines GOOD for sale USED- AddIng else FOR RENT-Unfurnished house.

STREET DEPARTMENT George Davis and son caught Keystone Hts. 473-4816 I Staike. P1]*. fllfl4l964fI64)q. his Chaperells Band Wednesday tries; subtraction, credit bal 2 bedroom. living room. kitchen

50 Specs and 10 Bass.Slim's .1, Fray: & Saturay nights 9 and bath. $1000 month. Contact
Utilities .._ u..__......_ ..___..__.......____...$137700 Flsh-'N-Stuff (Keystone FOR RENT-12x58 3 bedroom I tll'' ance.: ; Bradford County Tele- I Road 100-W.
Also 2 bedroom trailer.At 1:30: a. m. Waitress wanted. Located Mrs. Harold Smith.
Mowing ___ __ __ n .. ...__....n.U__.....__.._ 40.00 ) reported that J. O. Beck CONCRETE BLOCK w/brlck ve- i trailer. 16 and 225 northwest of I 4 miles east of Lake But. graph. UI I ltp

caught a 10-lb. 5 oz. Bass in ncr: home. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths. Starke.Jct. J. B. White 9646114.I I '?r on Stats Road 100. It WANTED USED WRINGER I

TOTAL STREET DEPT. EXPENSE __..____. $1417.00SASIT..UIC'S Lake Geneva on a "Rapala"; Large family room, separate Ifchg I washer: : Will pay cash or take I FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished -
DEPARTMENT and Alton Brewer of Orange dining room and den. In WANTED-Figure! Neatnlks a in trade on anything. Dahmers '' apaitments Also

Park: caught a 14-lb. 8 oz. Black lent residential! nel& excel-I TOPS
Contract Service _... .. ._.......... '''''''' ...___ 780.00 Bass: in Levy's Prairie on a Call 964-5641 after 5:30: anent LABORERS position.WANTED All company-Pen.l- ) li being chartered in Dlcount House. W. H. Nollman Starkettchg.

P4RK DEPARTMENT puiple "Bass Rouser" with aIM tfchg benefits. Minimum starting rate Starke. We need members who FOR RENT Unfurnished 6.

Utilities ___- __.........u...... _..........._...$ 40.00 ; tall _ I $1.65. Age 18-45. Apply Southern are Interested In losing weight room hof'Se near school. Reference ROLLS,

Mowing _.. .. ._-. .-..... .....__.....____..-..... 10.00 NO. 681 -OVERSIZED HOMELarge Wood Preserving Co.. Baldwin. Pjr information call 964-6573. 1"eQulred-Mrs. D. Carlton ADD MACHINE

Recreation Lights ... .___...u_....._....___..... 180.00 rrt lot. 80 x 400, 4 bedroom, Fla. 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. \ Itchg 1322 Oa. Ave., St. Cloud Fla. File aupplle.The Folders complete Telegraph line office
2 bath. Family room 17 x 38. 4tchlf-l0'17 2tl0tO
2220 ft. Many extras.
TOTAL PARK DEPT. EXPENSE .. .. .. ____. 230.00 sq. and FHA approvedNO. TRAILERSWe shifts weekly. Good:! pay. ApplyIn FOR SALE OR RENT bedroom -
$19,500 HOUSE
FIRE DEPARTMENT: 682- TRUCK FARM39 have the locations priced at person at Longhorn Restau: brick home airconditioned HOUSE For Sale-New 3 bed.
block with all
Salaries _._...._.. .n.... ........--. .....__....-___.$ 120.00 acres, tobacco allotment, barn. $830.00 close in but out of the rant. tfchg and central heat fine location > rcom concrete heat.
bath. Central :
tile vanity
Repairs .. .... -__ .__.._......_.....___.._.. 5000 fenced, several Pecan and fruit City LOST-White Enjllsh bull puppy 323 N.available'now.Walnut. $130. Call per Ph. 473-4528 2tchg! 10-17

Insurance ... __. ... S....._ .... _.__..---.__..__._.._ 52.00Worgmen trees. Well for irrigation. 2horr.es HOMES 3 months old. Flat face and month .
and reserves life to 20. Gainesville 376 !9666. Itchg
: Comp--------------------------- 6800 owner Prices run from 6000.00 bob tall. Black spots freckles. FOR SALE Breedingrab-

Utilities _...n .._- _......__.__.__....____..._._____ 2500 estate In one home. $13,500. 1-3 500.00. Ph. 964-6263. 3110-4 I FOR RENT-1 bedroom cottageon bits and pet rabbits. A few
down. We have never had a better selection -I Heat. eady to go. From 2.00 \jp. Also
Gas and Oil .._ _. .._______........_..-.__.._ .____ 30.00 Strout Realty, 2117 N. Temple from which to choose. FOR RENT-Attractively fur. Guy Kingsley Sale. Phone Lake.533-2366.Gas. tfchg 3 ft. exhaust fan.: never used.

Ave. (904)) 964-6609. Tell me what you want in the nlshed 2 bath downstairs apart. Inquire Smith Shell Station,

TOTAL FIRE DEPT. EXPENSE ........ ..., $ 34500 This string of 14.bass "u way of housing and I will show ment. Call Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. DRESSMAKING Alterations Lawtey. Ph. 7823699. 3chg

OTHER CONTINGENCIES _... ..... __ -.u..u.._.._ $ 150.00 caught Monday by Ray Griffin FOR SALE-Nice 2 B. R. C. B. what we have: Ph. 964-7831. tfchg ned all types sewing In my
and a customer, Home top; condition. quiet RENT Furntehed farm
TOTAL A. J. Thomas Realtor home 2 mllss South on Hay- FOR -
EXPENDITURES .... 4012.00
My father James; grandfath neighborhood. Large ]lot., terms Tel. 964-5701 WANTED-Brick and/or block 100. Phora 9645348. Archie and rtouas; off 301 NJith. One Unfurnished

er. Hubert: and Clarence Morgan LARGE Like new modern home. masons, mason tenders, and la- Mildred Hollingsworth. Duplex apartment,

Proposed levy-5 mills.I of Homervllle. Ga. caught 3 br. 2 baths family room. car- THANK YOU NOTES- -Beautifully bcrers. Report to Mr. Farrant, 8tchg-41-28 corner Lake and Brownlee Road.

hereby certify that this Is a true and;! correct copy of the seven nice bass late Saturday pDrt. Nice neighborhood. $400.00 engraved l la gold or Trlest Const. Co. 953 N. Tern- For Information call 964-6937.

General Fund Appropriation\ Budget adopted by the Town Council evening and early Sunday Down. silver. $1.23: for box of 29.: inCluding !pIe Ave.. Starke. 3tchg-1024. TO BE SOLD HERE: Spinet tfclw

morning In Lochloosa. The BUY SELL TRADEBill envelopes. Bradford Piano: for $288. Sacrifice to
at ltd regular meeting Sept. 9. 1968 held at the Community
Mcrgan children fished off our Powell County Telegraph. tf TYPEWRITER close account. Write Credit FOR SALE: 1965 Honda S-90.
Center. Brooker. Fla dock and caught around 30 EZERASE Low mileage.
Land shape
Real Estate Mlmeo Paper. Bond I Manager Piano & Organ

,- Tommy E. Cox bream. ____ __> Call 964-6464 FOR RENT-3 bedroom house, PAPER.Paper Notebook Filter. -, Inc.. Phillips Shopping Center. Call after 5:30: p. tn.. 964-5087.

,( Town Clerk I. The Co..tr. Jnil..*. Court Otllrmlfonl Bill Powell Real Estate unfurni hed. Contact Mrs. J. D. Jacksonville, Fla. lip
Jo-21r-11H7 f......,. riarlim. In 527 N. Walnut. Itp, Bradford County: Telegraph.
PrahnK >o. in the Starke Plaza Seymour,


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.....1i"'Il.W f"' : t : :i1liSJ 20-0 In First Quarter -

I r l[ QIfI 4W4 Tornadoes Roar 33-0 Bv Jack E'Fc ,

J I > _< _* _x\ ... J'i .__ ,,_ co.. ..
__ .r .. Putting 20 points! on the board used: a perfectly thrown block by over from the five only to fumble - -.

:I ,- by the second quarter, the Tornadoes Hanker Bill Adams to spring the ball Tornado Keith Pa- Touchdowns

11--:;;; ,_, of Coach David Hurse himself locse down the sideline. tray fell on the ball to save the BH3-1' Willie Cohens, 50yd.runs ,
.,.,..,. "" wasted no time in devastating 'The Yellow Jackets had only BHS touchdown, however, and ; Adams kick good; 21 Be-
hapless St. Augustine High 33-0 'one first down in the first half, Bradford High had whitewashedthe lote. 70-yd pent: return; Adams
(Friday night tor their second that on a personal foul by the Yellow Jackets 330. kick good: 31> Ronnie Origin, 54-
win of the 1968 For the few minutes they did
young season Tornadoes: yd run, Adams kick falls:: 4))
The Tornadoes scored in every Safetyman Gene Melvin put operate as a unit the Tcrndao Gene Melvin, 15-yd. pass Interception
.Real Contest SetBulldogs period: and everybody: on the the Big Red on the Scoreboardfor starters worked cleanly and efficiently. ; Adams kick good; 51>
Bill Red! bench got in on the the fourth time with 3:29: left The Big Red forewall Keith Patray recovery of Mike
action for the last three quarters In the half and after QB Mike tore gaping holes in the ,JackeJlne' Norman fumble in endzone;

To Be Norman, Belote's understudy Adam kick falls.
Receiving the On the first play of the .
opening kick-oft had led! a drive to the Jacket game 8t Aug.-None.
quarterback\ Bill Belote quickly for Instance, fullback Melvin
went seven yards: over the right BOY SCOUT TROOP
First Real Test aide of the!! Jacket line Belote ELECTS NEW OFFICERS

then bit Grins ,up the middle
Bradford High face! its first terman. name! unavailable, at for an eight yard pass play Welkin Bey Scout Troop 70 elected
real gridiron test ot the: 1968 a defensive! tackle who is a got six yards In two plays, new officers and patrol leaders
season: tomorrow;:) night against "real good football player and M then hit the left side of the Jacket Tuesday Oct I, Because of the
Suwannee County Bulldogs: of experienced," Coach Hurse defense for eight more Co- Increase In numbers at the end
of Fum Live Oak. savs. hens went' up: the middle then ,
"Physically. Live Oak Is real One defeat blots: the Bulldogs' I for' 50 yards for the first TD beet organized.New .
tough" BHS Coach David season-a 14-12 loss to Bolles: of ; ; "St Augustine was not the ball patrol leaders arc:
Huise says, "To>ugh'r than we Jacksonville week before! last club they were the first half Woodrow Gritfls, Lee Harden- I
are They have some strongboy.s But Live Oak scored two touch- against Lake City," Coach Da.vld brook, Jerry Lee, Randall Zip-
who are more mature downs that could have easily Hurse said after the game perer, and Bruce Haddock j
thai., we." goe:: on the Scoreboard: one Steve Kirkland was re-elected
Lake had beaten
iFriday City
Number 25 will be! high on the was killed by a fumble in Bol- Sgi,-at-Arrrn: Mark Harden-
the and I
Jackets 41.0 the loss
list of Bulldog\ > players to watch les' end-zone which Boles recovered brook Scribe, and Buddy Pat

Firfay.! It belongs/ to halfback the other when the The Friday performance was their was third also straight a far, Crlg rounds on end leaving a Jacket tackier C Lee Hardenbrook elected
William Morrell a 150 pound Bulldogs recovered a Bolles The Tornado was
senior, who> carries the ball fumble In the Bolles' end-zone, cry from the St. Augustine teamsof running back scored a touchdown on a 54 yard assistant Scribe, and Stanley
10-12 years ago: to many for jaunt and gained 72 yards In four carries.
about half the time and does but officials ruled that a Bolles I Cay, Senior Patrol Leader
mast of Live Oak's scoring. man hadn't touched the ball. ti mer BHS performers, Friday's also tossed a perfectly thrown season. -Lee Hardenbrook1A''lta'U

Morrell has good;:) speed, good The team which can establishthe score sounded backwards- and beautifully received sideline Statistic' 'I'jhp
power, and can catch: a foot passing attack will probably Hurse also lamented the fact pass to Adrian Drown BUS St. Anff.
ball, the BHS encounter that the Tornado varsity had not First Downs 9 4
scouting report win Friday's The Tornado defense held St.
states early been able to stay In the game 5 2
Coach Hurse predicted 4 Augustine to minus-22 yards Rushing m
Quarterback Charlie Hunter this week k longer to work on the passing rushing Passing 4 1

number 10, a 160 pound Junior, "It'll be a real ball game; it attack The Tornadoes passed The Big Red offensive fore- Yds. Gained 28828
1 is described as a good all- usually is between us and Live tor only 36 yards, completing wall paved the way for the Rushing 252-22 o'I I a
around athlete. He likes to roll Oak," Nurse added. five of twelve attempts Belote Tornadoes to rack up 252 yardson Passing 36 51
out to throw the pigs'cln: and The Big Red will be out to threw only four times, completing the ground Passes Compl 5-12 7-15

likes to keep around the! ends avenge last year's! 33.6 drubbing two of them He hit end Don- Bradford High travels to Live Passes Inter by 3 0 ....
too Hunter is sharp Bulldogs' nie Elder up the middle on the .:
a passer at the hands of the Oak next Friday, Oct 11, for Fumbles Lost 0 0
anti throw the bomb. house full of first series for an eight yard gain
and before a Punts 3-29 6-25 "Wait 'til
( their toughest test to date this my analyst hears
Mike Hampton, number 86, a ithat clicked p. rectly. Belote
Bradford fans! at a game. os Penalties !qo 5eeeeeeee about this!"
defensive end, is also a big, Again referring! to the Bull M s ............> ooeooeoec. e ----- -
tough: football player. The Bulldogs dogs' physical superiority .-.....
also have a three-year let- Coach David Hurse states of
his game plan for the upcoming : :

Tony Lawson test: Tornado defenders like Rill Adam and Ronnie Grlffgs. above,
"Until proven otherwise we made II most difficult for St. Augustine to .
/ complete a pass Friday
Wins Army feel like we can run against night. The Jackets' top receiver Ronnie .
anybody. We'll try to establish: Howes, tried In
ou ground game. If that fails vain to reach (his well covered Ray Garrett aerial. Photos by IsavE .
Track EventsPFC
we'll go to the air. .
The Tornado: pass defensive
David 'iTonyi. Lawson' will also probably get a severe I
no\ htationed! with the armed W .
test with Bulldog quarterbackCharlie r

font after his In walkingday Germany runs is track over, Hunter's Hunter arm throwing makes the thebal' : I It'

nn.I has won several events in

recent Law.ml'on competition.! the l..">w> 'm(' !'rrU'1 team always all the hard-nosed more dangerous.Live Live Oak. ebI I I R Octobe're I
Oak's best offensive S month

'possum with for a time three of 4:25.quarters: Playing of er's plays keeper to date around have: the been end Hunt with i #-\

'the way, he allowed a V Corps the entire backfield blocking
competitor to set the pace, then
foi him. He also has had good Tuna in
moved out li i: the final lap and luck sending: fullback Larry RCA't Bing Crosby Special with guest stars Bob Hope, Diana Ross & The Supreme-NBC-TV. Wednesday October 23 :
easily outdistanced the pack.
Ty..e, a hard limner althoughnot
Tony has also: won the BIB( behind ee
too fast, off tackle .
miler, with time of JA
: run: a 2:01: dive I
the: lake of a halfback I __ .
A former track star at BHS :
The pitch to -
his high school record of 1:59fo :: play quick Giant-screen
either right: or left
the half mile is still un-

In'olt'n! iv also Bulldogs been a bread a:* with earner the cross for : "-----_ -.. ... : : -- w Color Consolette
Tony Is the son of Mr. and tMt1
Mi ". W, E, Lawson of Starke. bucK and end sweep. I that swivels I

rr / i ;: Fiddle-free Automatic Fine
(]51 II e.

HAVE YOUR CAKE U U U U I tTuning (AFT) and giant-screen

I Hnnnlp G.-lgff takes a pass from quarterback Bill Belote. one j 1 color viewing in a space-saving e
e Color TV I swivel consolette.
of inn Relate completed analnst the Jackets. But the Tornadoes I High .

AND EAT IT TOO inched up 212 cards on the ground 0 3 provides performance traditional 25,000-volt RCA chassis .

led the Big Red eleven to their '16, picture quality New Vista VHF .
first touchdown on the seventh Jacket QB Carrett attemptedto e t ;i and Solid State UHF tuners

T rum play of the game Fullback Willie pass out of the hole, but on O 1 assure channel-pulling power. .

Cohens romped 50 yards foe his first try found BHS safety. F It's a real bargain buy
4 e
TnH the TD on a one and 25-to-go man Gene Melvin on the receiving e L_._ IIIe in Color TV.
Yes, you can have the situation after the Tornadoes: had end. The Big Red fullback ear
r. been penalized 15 yards: for hold scooted 15 yards into the end- -- :: Ja

very best Gas Area ing. Bill Adams, who kicked zone for the score and a 27-0 e

.. three of five extra points, converted Tornado lead .
Heater on the market l and: the Tornadoes led The fifth, and final. TornadoTD .

7-0 with 8:30: left in the first came early in the fourth ps. The QARVtrMod.I, e
today, and still enjoy f> qrarter: clod when BHS'3 AS-Ian! Brown ills GL61S I
Less than three minutes later returned Mark Shell 's punt 32 I
very low heating ? } ,the Tornadoes had held St. Au.. yards to the St Augustine 18. 0 $
r ', awd Rustine to two yards in three Quarterback Mike Normal $5'6888
costs. Heats betbeCBUSB 3fi=a 2e iJ1'5 { tries Belote took the Jacket punt took six plays before: he went i

and went 70 yards behind a wall .
'of Tornado blockers using them
I Y perfectly and never going over .
better heater. three-quaiters speed, fr the sec "

It's aCresf Dearborn, ( ond Big 14-0 Red with TD.5:53:The left Tornadoesled in th3 d i I RCA..First in
Series'*''' {' first pel'loci, ] i
As the that quarter drew to

with a Cool a close BHS safetyman Ronnl i
Orlgss took a long pass thi'own
Cabinet ( J % by QB Ray Carrett and returned ,!
it to the BHS 46. Grin Intercepted ---
at the: Jacket five yard -
; line and returned: 41 yardsOn t -- Big-screen

first dawn, with 11-54: l lift y ,
------- Color I in
iT" .* 'rtx" in the second period Grlsjs. -- -- ---- a
afiQ 4>VOn BHS running back, went 54 s1aMP' ,,. e 1 : J Colonial ;
yards for the third Tornado TD i
:Belote sent Griggs over left tac- nn r1D I !
fill Consolette
kin and the shifty BHS runner ,, ,! .

I U ULOU! U Space-saving cabinet fits .

1'0 Cross Country i C0101'I TV almost anywhere Thrill to e

Discount Team Finishes3rd unsurpassed Color realism on .

Coach Mike i the glare-proof, big-screen
At Fletcher Sexton above, I picture tube 25,000-volt .

and Coach Chuck !Mason kept chassis delivers bright, highs
Bradford High cross country up a running conversation over

Any Heater PurchasedIn riMiieis continued to show improvement the field 'telephone as they diagnosed chroma contrast control pictures.keeps Automatic color eo
last Saturday a'
St." Augu tine moves and intensity the
thy placed third In a til-meet relayed' e way you want it .
information from 'the Automatic color
i purifier.
with Jacksonville Beach'sFletcher .
press box .to the field. .
and Jacksonville's Terry -
OctoberWe Parker, two Class AA : .
schools. Baby Reds 1. .-
This Saturday the Tornadoes :
will participate in the Lee Invitational rb QUINCV
Carry the Largest Selectionof a junior and senior Lose 25-6 Model Gl6H / .

high meet in which the top
Heaters in This Area seven! boys from each team To RaidersBradford's i

will! take part. $5'69.95 i
Ricky Frick was Bradford'stor
Come in and Get a FREE finisher: at Fletcher with Baby Tornadoes
absorbed a 25-6 drubbing from
10t i place In 12,0 over the two .
Orange Park's Red Raiders last
Just for
Looking mite course of sandy loose
Thursday Plus Liberal
soil' which slowed times considerably : Trade Allowance
"We Just didn't get the job :
done" Coach George Loper
For Bradford High the finishers stated bluntly The loss leaves : WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING
SLADE in order behind Frick
th" Tornadoes with. one win :
were Larry Green Allan Patz,
against two defeats.Biyant ,

GAS AND APPLIANCES Blllv Leonard Myrick Garrett, Reggie Flynn Red's only Turner TD scored on a look-the Big in Winkler Electric I

1r Coach! for GriffU.George middle Loper Steve schoolen'Genld also Futch hadpraise Bennett pass: from, quarterback Joey I inc. i'

332 W. Madison St. Phone 961.7701 Wade Garrett Willie Jenkins, Lake The City Baby here Tornadoes tonight lake;Thurs on 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 984-7596 .
and Mike Cissy.
day;j. Oct. 101 at 7 p. m.
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Benjamin Franklin, PrinterThe :

Independence of newspapers Ts on the \\ alof\ many newspaper offices :
I .
more important today than ever before "If all printers were determined not to ::: : :
because this' independence is' the best print anything till they were sure it

assurance' that YOUR liberty and independence would offend$ nobody, there would be ; -

:served. will he protected and pre very benjamin little (printed Franklin" proved that a BEST WAY TO SEE IT LIKE : put ap-of

This is 11 thought that should be uppermost newspaper run on sound business principles : !
in the minds of the American can be financially independentand ;

people: as we observe: National Newspaper perform a public :service. He and FARMER'SStrawbsrry

Week October 612. his newspapers were basically different or!*

Newspapers make up the first: line of from earlier Colonial publishers and farmers are busy .1 (tot
defense against: encroachment on the 1 their periodicals He made American these day getting theirland
right of the people to know. They are journalism" l'e:4pectedrel'lpect: which bedded up and covered with : : ":t
outposts: ever on the alert to soundalarm found formal place in the First Amend- lorg rolls of black plastic : !
ment to our Constitution: with the miilchlng.! Many of the growersin
signals and call for action whendanger have that
guarantee of the right of Freedom of the Lawtey area
threatens.: operation completed and no -
Through centuries of history, people the Press.Franklin's. doubt will start setting out : .
have learned that liberty i is never en- fight to keep newspapers plants soon. Let's hope that this! for
Mrely secure against violations. Kven: indemocracy independent is now our fight, for it i is! will be a "come-back" season ) .
Independence which a free press i is for! them ai last year most of
such there is the
:1! as: ours: broke
about <1
trying to protect.\ In police stations, in the farmers jut !
over present threat of "managed news, the
even By Sam McGarveyat
the effort to transact public businessin courtrooms in labor headquarters, andgovernment a ,
bureaus in executive one Lime Sampson Lake got:
: mansions monthwe
the controlled conference Since the floods of last
secrecy press full that It overflowed Into
and legislative halls-today, as in have had very, little rain so and
and endless: other devices designed:; Crosby Lake. The opinion was :
the independent for the lakes and the
past newspapers fight fortunately Bugle.'j
that the outlet
to circumscribe the citixen's right to also reported
know.In the good fight in defense of liberty ponds are still high and to It from Sampson: Lake is too \ : and
If our meaning isn't clear read this wouldn't take too much small to. handle ell, the water : -
spite of hU other interests damage and trou
many cause""more : :
from area'whlch is funneled
excerpt: II recent news release from fromhe
Uenjamin Franklin always thought ofhimself ble. In noting the light rains : / you
( through that place.
Prague Czechoslovakia
: :: "Rigid censorship recently we hope the weatherman
first aa printer and newspaperman S s a
was imposed Czechoslovakia'snewspaperas with another
: on alo.ig
want come
; ::>
lie never lost touch with hisuelo'ed wish Speaking ol the drainage
and broadclsterl'lVedne"4' deluge and make us oth
"Pennsylvania' Gazette" On his! about the problem, so far as Sampson:
had kept quiet \ -
day, banning any news reports that we ;
Lake is concerned: It is becoming
t tombstone he directed that the word., whole thing. can
could be considered criticism the that opposing :
as: by a s apparent two t
"Cenjamin! Franklin
printer be
Soviet-led' occupation (ore..I'I.' Oct. 19, forces are at work. The people:
av'cl. Mark down Saturday you
engt who fish the lake want the water
That is something to think about during ,
calendar as a big day
One of his on your :! :
many aphorisms: about high enough for that purr
National second annual -
ewZ'paJel'Veek Oct when the :
) as that is :
journalism still finds prominent space 612. Scramble will\ be held poe; the landowners want
. Calf what water held at a lower: level for \ :
I We Need No Bomb Happy Veep at we the hear far!all rounds.plans From are Just no.-flooding various" reasons of pasture\including: lands.the &

'- President Spiro Agnew use cf nuclear weapons to end the war about set and it looks: as if this What is being talked: about Is

President Curtis LeMay: quickly In making such remarks General year's event will be last even bigger some type, of control structure
President Edmund Muskie LeMay reveals a total misconceptionof and better than year.At which would maintain a medIum

True none of these men i is runningfor the; risks such drastic action would the latest meeting on level which will please : :

the! Presidency, but in view of the= involve. As pointed) out by Secretary of drainage held last Thursday at both factions.S ap

tragic incidents of recent years we must State Dean Husk in a Sunday television the Agricultural! Building the Work has been started on the ,
face the fact that we may well be elect- interview, the risk!\ is total annihilationof recent big flood: was discussed! resurfacing and widening of the ; : : \ lIy
ing a President when we vote for Vice the human race-no less. again and one person; : said! that northbound: lane of US-301 be. : :

Prsident on November 5. General LeMay is apparently relivingthe tween the Alarhua County: line !

Certainly this is sufficient cause to days!' when his effective bombing of /

pause and consider the Vice Presidential German industrial plants and oil refineries ;

candidates! in a different light than hastened the end of Germany's

the one-time belief that they were capability to continue the war ; and his 1'
merely meaningless figureheads effective bombing of Tokyo and other Remember.

Governor Agnew we feel, has done .Japanese cities reducing them to rubble .
the improve : :
nothing during campaign to

his image! as a "political nonen- But that was 1945! and General! Le Good thinking and quick action USO) drive. \ : ,
tity"-not by any stretch of the ima- :May must! remember that the United averted a probable disasterin Mrs. C. A. Knight, chairmanof .
gination can he be considered presidential States no longer enjoys sole possession: Ftarke 25 years ago when an the club library committee, ..
timber. His drab and light-weight of the bom'). As pointed out by publisher accident at the E. H. Smith reported that Mrs. H. H.Young '
speech: in Jacksonville :Monday night John S. Knight, the General's judgment garage spilled gasoline which librarian said purchased about: 100 and new the
tire.A were
brought this fact home even more clear- that "we must. be willing to destroy caught truck driver from Baker clot gave $15 per month for the

ly. every work of man in North Vietnamif County, apparently intoxicated upkeep of the library.
Although respecting General LeMa'y: this! is' what it takes to win the war" miscalculated his turn south The organization also helpedthe
as a war hero of the past it has been overlooks the fact that Russia' and Re' onto Road 13 from his eastern Red Cross to furnish adayroom
clearly demonstrated: more than once China will net stand aside as patient route on Road 48. When he at Camp Blandtng far
that politics and the military-like oil observers while we decimate their ally." mewed down two gasoline the use of service men.: bowl The
also a
and hit several oil ladies gave
and water--just won't mix. History Instead of "a limited war for limited drums the released fuel caught and 24 cups to the Camp. !
shows that retired generals: are poor objectives" as the State Department fire, probably from a spark. Listed as monetary contributions locatingG
politicians worse diplomats, and are as labels our present involvement, or a war The dangerous situation was far:: the coming year: To
out of place:: in the White Hcuse as a to prevent aggression and bring about kept under control by the use the Tuberculosis: Association,
civilian would be in the Pentagon.It self-determination by the Vietnamese of fire extinguishers by Smith, $10; Red Cross for soldiers' kit :
of sold bugs $10; Children's Home,
and with the help some
is easy to imagine what consterna people, the U. S. would soon be! involvedin iers passing.! They used their $10: To help furnish: a dayroom
tion would be created among our allies, World War III. extinguishers: from the army at Fort B-nning: Ga. where
as well as our enemies around the wcrld General LeMay: has served his country trucks they were driving until many local men were stationed! !
with a man in the White House-or ; well where and when he could serve' Chief R. C. Buford could: get $30; Local Girl Scout: troop,
even close to the White House-talking it best. Uut there is not place in the there with the Starke Fire troop 1750. The club also invested
Bonds during -
glibly about "bombing the North Viet White House for "Old Iron Pants," either equipment. The garage was bad- $200 In Mrs War H. C. Ritch
ly damaged but what might the year.
namese back to the stone and
age the as Veep or potential President..
have been a more was : :
The Bradford County and explosion was controlled by \
the Judicious use of handy ex- The Bradford High Tornadoes ; :
TELEGRAPH It. -_. tln:;uishers. It pays to have defeated the Lake Butler foot-
the: on hand. ball team 10-13 before a recordbreaking
? : ; ui1-
ESTABLISHED! 1879 t. -: iJ ( crowd.A : 1 /lil
.......- .., The new Home Economics one-wlngsd' rooster was ; ': | .
$ teacher at Bradford County brought In for: exhibition at The ; of,
HUH School was appropriately Telegraph by Lougenla: Smith. | | | ""-
MlM1aR ffSmCtuBibU named Cook-Rosa: Cook. The bird had one full grown ( | |) ( : i .,.,
ES S ) wing:. and the other was only a : | ;| ''>ii|
FLORI A It Is your Father's good The Brooker school bus route small stub which had never de- ,
pleasure to give you the king formerly driven by Sam: Mott veloped. ( .. | "
.. ,
ASS 0 T 0 N dom.-(Luke 12:32): ). wa3: awarded to E. J. Lewis at -- ( ; iI| in*
In Service | | I or
month and Guy Par. With Our Men
per .
Whenever we are tempted to of .. .
see the negative side of a probLem rich: took over the old Lewis Clifford M Gottberg. son ,'.
pause a moment, and turn route at $33 per month. Mr and Mrs. H J. Gottberg.: lln
minds toward For enlisted: in the Marines and I : .. ) ,,'r.
E. L. :MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher our in prayer. The press secretary of the was In boot training at Parris (. .
the words of the Master, :
Published Woman's Club Mrs. J.
each Thursday and entered as Second Starke Island S. C. \
Claw Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida believe tho you ask receive in it and L. Thorn, gave a report of the Cpl. Raleigh E. Strickland ( ) ; trip,
you annual activities! of the club ata returned to: hs! station at Floral I ,,"
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. you will. Then lift up your recent meeting At Christmas Miss after a 12-day furlough '
hearts in ) ,
thanksgiving. Be he I
tinv the club had donated a Mrs. Cora '
Subscription In trade area: 1 -1.50 her. with his! .
year ; Outside happy, be thankful for in truth the | ""
cloth to 14
beautltul lace tea Cpl. Strickland
Strickland. .
.' trade is | '; ,
area: 1 year, $5.00. your prayer anyvered1 (
YMCA-U3O and gave $23 to the In a medical! unit and works at l \ I .. ...1..1.r


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PAGE EIGHTServices i

Held LATTER-DAY SAINTS f ......', .... ... .
For Mrs. Walton, ((416 East Call St.) .......'........n........ .. ". ... ..........''.-C: : 1

Services: Priesthood 8:45: ;
Of Pompana Beach (Sunday: School 10:00: ; Sacra.* l .,

meat 11:03: : Branch President, An investment in Your Future yri ", .-
Funeral for Mrs. Onle Rltch Dean Hansen 9646278. : _.
Walton 80. Pompano Beach

Ga who. was died held Sunday Wednesday.in Atlanta Oct. KINOSLEY LAKE BAPTIST I /I l' ) ? flfll ll
/ 11) ; |Ii'
9, at the First Methodist CHURCH Til' .mlj 1'1 IIP"
Church In Pompano Beach. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training ''j[' 1 l It I IW i Wp fit

pauo Mis Walton Beach from moved Bradford to Pom- Worship Union; 11: '10:15 a.:m. am.Evening Morning Wor- o L lfiJ j \ ; : 11 lp LI .

County in 1W9.( ship 7:30: p. m. Mid-weak Prayer /!?f":: ?':'." .,..",?"" ,.,......<'.." .. .:j{;,,:: ::-z;; ,;';;'';': ;-t: :;,:., ,',, . .. ,, .. ,. ____ _"Fer where your treasure Is, (ten .np. heart be she
: :;;>........................._;. '..... ; : :; [ "...,;m.,, ;!.<... JiK"! & "',:>::' :<"' ","::' ":y>'""' 'h' W' W """"'"
survived one son --
She: is by Wednesday 7:30 ".dN..M. : '''''-- : 'I,' .
Service : p. r =:<<" "':;;;W: *' ;:;:::;::" "n' %V. M- .... y _
W Marion Walton Pompano m. Coma let us worship together. CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
Beach: : one daughter Mrs. -Rev. Allan Price pastor .
loop Shealy. Atlanta. Oa.: two Sunday: School, 10 a. m, Morning CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 X.
sisters. Mr. Eva Whitten. St. Warship 11 a. m. Training Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. V
Augustine, and Mrs Ida Dckle FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ''Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Morning Worship 11. Training ak
Fo l Myers and one brother STARKE 7:30.: Prayer Meeting! !! Wed. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser r. >rqq
Hcrbeit C. Ritch. Staike. nesday 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. vice 7:30.: Midweek Prayer service -
Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning
Beach Butler pastor. 7:30:
Burial was in Pompano
Worship at 11 guest speaker
-Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor ,
Cemetery. E. L. Mixon State Training DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ...... G rff
Arrangements were by Kracer Union Dept. Training Union. ..:.. =: ::::

Funeral Homes Pompano 6IS.:!: Evening Worship 7:30.: BROOKER GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH .............. GE ...... t
Sunday School, 10 m. MornIng Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
Beach guest speaker Mlxon a. ;VfffA::::::: O. ?;:::;=
Monday96th annual session, Worship 11 a, m. Training Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p., :::::::::::::::.:#::::: Mrs. Jones la active in all types of community :::::::=
For 6:30 Evening Service Leland A. Baker *
Services New River Baptist Assn., Hampton Union : p. m. m. Rev. pa t :; ;: work. She is active in at the
7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway tor. ;;::1:1::::= politics 1f::::::: t
Mrs. Toth To Be :Baptist Church 3:30: p. m. pastor. Thursday-Visitation, 10 a. m. :::::::::::: local level. From a list of voters at her ::i::::.:
Youth Choir meets 1st Baptist,
Held Friday Stsike, 7 p. m. Evening Session: and 7 p. m.NEW 11111i1m11...... elbow she telephones to see if any local [:;
NRBA. Hampton Baptist. 7 p.m NORTHSIDE BAPTIST RIVER BAPTIST t ::::::::::: residents i need the services of the variouscar I:::i::
Mrs Ell/nb-rth Toth. 58. of[ Tuesday NBRA meeting CHURCH 10 MornIng :::::::::::::. H pool) Because! of this service many ::::: t
School m.
Sunday a.
Stark fled:I Wednesday! morning Choir! and Sunbeams 1st Bap. Located on Bayless HighwaySR Worship 11 a. m. Training [;1111i111111;: i who could not otherwise do so, get to the 1111

in a Gairssvlll3! hospital aftern tisti 3:30.: Primary Choir, Jun. ( 225 at Raiford Road Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship f ';::1:1:111:1:: ::;:; polls and vote. ;:;:
(SR 16>. _
hiioil illness.! Beuiah Baptist Church; Junior :;::1:1:1::: :: _"
8 p. m. Wednesday night service :::::. :::: t
:Mrs Tnt'i! was barn on Dee!:: lor GA 4:20Evening: session Services: Sunday School, 10 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel :::::::::::::::::. But more than this, Mrs. Jones is a :':::
\12. 1S01! in PasetoA'n.! W. Va., NRBA Beulah Baptist Church. a, m.; Sunday Morning Worship come-L. L. Parker pastor. .;::::::::1:::::::::. friend and servant of God. She supportsher .::1:.;
and hadeslded in Starke tar 7p.m. <11 a. m.; T'alnlnaUnion, 6:30p. : ':':':'.':':':':':' ..
t ::::::::::::::::::::. church and its services because she ::::
Family Night Evening Service, 7-:30:
j-everol! She was a member < Wednesday m.: I
years. CHURCH OF CHRIST ::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::::::: knows it is the center of all that is good :::;
of the Presbyterian: Church.\ covered dish supper SS Train Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday 10 :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: .:.
Bible m.t
Surviving is her! husband At- ins Banquet 6:30.: Prayer MeetIng 7:30: -Rev. Glenn Law- Morning Sunday Worship: Study and Communion a. ::1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:::::::;:::::. and worthwhile in the Community. It is a.;::::

tila T th. of Starks: two broth-: 7:30.: Church Choir Practice hon pastor. Service, 11 .a. m. Evening t ::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ,,, place where the souls of men are upliftedand ::;::
ers! William Pelsco: of New 8:30.: services, 6:00.Wednesday: :;111111111)=1:::::::::: m sa,.act. ;1111 t
Thursday Visitation, 7 p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY
York: and Lawrence Pelsca. of Worship service 7 :::
California; fousifters.. M.-s. Helen m.. BAPTIST CHURCH Minister Jack P. :Bell. b .; We ourselves! would do well to i11i11
Kalmal Brsnxvlll. N. Y.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn p. m. t :" '
emulate :Mrs. Jones. May we urge ::1:1:1::=
Mrs!! Marian Pandalfo: Brooklyn, FIRST UNITED METHODIST ing Worship Service 11 a. m.; t
NORTIISIDE BAPTIST that you,also, not only vote but help .1:1:1:::;
Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Eve
N: Y Mrs. Julia Cosiove: As- STARKE :
Pearl ning Worship 7:30: p. m. CHURCH get out the vote-that you not ;:;
lo-ta, N. Y.: and Mrs it$11u1$
SI.ndayChurch School 9:45a. : Schedule of services: SundaJ'School. t x attend church but ::::1:
Goncalvjs I. Psrt:: mouti: Va. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, support ::; :
Funeral services! will be held m.: Morning Worship Annual 7:30: p. m.; O. A, Meeting Wed. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship actively with your service. :::::::::: t
nt 11 a. m. Friday in Jonas Memo Layman's Day OfcservaKC. : ne day, 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal 10:45: a. m. Training Un- I
Charles C. Johns In ion 6:45: p. m. Evening Service! J ,d
,' Wednesday 7:30: p. m.;
inl Ciapl: with: Rev RolJel'tD.
Burch -'ficiatinu Interment: charge.' MYF Snack Supper: 6 Brotherhood meeting last Mon- 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service t NwNN.ar .
m. MYF Meetings, 6:30: ; /Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. 111
p. ; day in each month. Rev David t
will folioIn Crosby;: Lake Ceme- ;
Evening Worship. 7:30.: Medeiros : i ,, ; i it
tny with DfWitt C J-r-s! Fu- PRESBYTERIANSunday
Monday Methodist Men'sCliM FIRST
uol'"l !Horne: in thai go.HOMECOMING illJJ
Covered 9:45 ,
Ladles Night. CHURCH OF GOD School : a. m. ?'
SERVICEAT Dis:: Supper in the FellowshipHall. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starkc. Morning Worship, '11 a. m. Youth t
Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir Practice ::
LONG BRANCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship :
Tuesday Trustees Meeting Wednesday 8 m. :1iiiiiiiiili;
!, p.
Homecoming will be held at Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. t ;
8 m.Wednesday. Rev, Robert D. Burch ,, :
i IJ .
th; Long Branch BaptistChurch Chil m. Prayer Meeting! Friday, 7:30: N .if.f :..:.::::::::. t
Younger _
Oct. 13., Everyone Clay Hill welcome.on Sunday.All dren's Choir Rehearsal 3 p. m.; pastor p. m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe, RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH mf; Tht with( !I'Gods oppointtd ogincy hi'ttin world (I.,ipftoding the ktwwMgt ol Mi.... \\N iiIt \\i11i::::

donations will be used for the Prayer Meeting and Bible Stu Schedule of services: Sunday' f :;:f':': t lot man and of Hit demand,lot mon to.pond la'that love by b.,ing tin norh"'.WittiwrtIhil 0 ::::::
upkeep of the cemetery dy. 7:30: p. m. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. ;1111 grounding, in Oil lovo ol Cod no gownminl' Of wmly" or way or lilt will, longptruwi ::1:1::; t
Thursday Chancel Choir (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Union ::::: and the lintdomi which .i hold to dent mil'" ini iroblp' porlih' Ihoriloro, ,won ; .9.! :::;::
Rehearsal 7:45: p. m. Sunday School-10 a. m. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack ::::: I horn a wllhh point, ol new. wit should support 'the Church lor Iht, take ol lilt .11,.,. ', ::::::
Friday Older Children'sChoir Morning! Worship.-11 a. m. Stolte, pastor t 11111: ol hirmill and Ml family Beyond 'that, however, ,.", patron should uphold tnd. par- Fv'- 11111;
Rehearsal 3:30: p. m.
Pas. Training Union-6:30: p. m. :::;:: IkifMtt in /Iho (hunt k cove If tells 'if,. "truth) about, m.n'lof., dtoth' and.)deity" Hn "C1 ::: ::Y:::f: t
Rev. DeWitt 1' Farabee bt '
Evening Worship-7:15: p. m, PINE LEVEL BAPTIST :::::: truth'''wtikh atom will, tot him, "" to li..01 a child ol God. 1011 IN'Co''' :::::::
tor Wednesday Night Prayer Services Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. .S.r.

THOMAS FAMILY REUNION -7:30: p. m. Rev Merle Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- t mm'> !@ w.gg, """r,' ''r'r# **;;'''*?':'$ 7.;'; ,rmw ;@w@mili)
SET MIDWAY: Packham pastor. vices (Booster Band Young t
The Thomas family reunion People and Prayer Service), 6

====- will be held Sunday. Oct. 13, FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m. t
c=:- at Midway Church in Union OF STARKE Midweek Service Wednesday
County. A basket dinner will West Weldon: St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D., t

Alk be served at 1 p. m. Friends Road !pastor
: and\ family of the late George Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.
Charley and Sarah Dowling are urged 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: BOATDRAIN BAPTIST t .

; to attend G:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: CHURCH STARKE ... .
p m. Evangelistic Services' Sunday 'School 0 a. ml: MornIng .

E. t MIDWAY: CEMETERY: Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. MidWeek Worship 11 a. m. -Training HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE
DONATIONS: ASKED Prayer Meeting Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship. FAULKNER
JohnsAbout Mra. Weeta T. Burnscd has Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wed t
been appointed treasurer of HID: nesday 8 p. m.-Rev. Virgil GULF SERVICE SERVICECarl
Midway: Cemetery Fund. All CHURCH OF GOD Lovett pastor. I
This Question: families having an interest in 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. U-HAUL RENTALS Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 t
"It just dawned the cemetery are asked to send !Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship SMYRNA MISSIONARY
on me -
in a donation so that a car"tinker Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH Tire Tru-ing .
my fire insur may be hired. Donations Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:30: p. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services I Truck Trailer
ance wouldn't cover my may be sent to: Midway Cemetery m.-Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor. : Sunday School, 10 a. m. Headlight Adjusting f
personal belongings in the Fund Farmers & Dealers BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching 11 a. m. Training Complete Lubrication Brake Service
apartment I rent. My Bank. Lake Butler or to WeetaT Wor-
5:45 Evening
Union : p.
Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning
clothing, jewelry, camera, Bin-need Box 326 Maccleniiy Worship 11 a. m.; Evening ship 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. I Tune-Ups --., Wheel Balance and
sports equipment phono- Fla 32063. Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer -Elder A, O. Flynn pastor t

TV set, etc. must be worth Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday : 1011 N. Temple Avenue 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment

$1500 at least. What kind FORESTRY SERVICE -Rev. J. C. Heaters, pastor. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT:\ ROAD SERVICE
FIRE REPORTNo Sunday Service: Sunday
of insurance should I have PHONE 964-5899 t
( fires were reported In \School 9:45: a, m. Morning Worship -
to cover both theft and MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL UO S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs
damage Bradford County during the pnat Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser.
week by the Florida Forest ser School 11:00: a, m. Morning vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser i 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
JOHNS AGENCY vice. Since January there hav Worship 6:00: p. m. Training vice, Wednesday 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS t
!been 128 fires with 934 acres Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor -Charles Reese, minister
131 So. Walnut St. 'burned as compared with 100 ship. SUPPLIES Inc. I vK.h7e LAWSON
Phone 961-5070() fires and 809.8 acres! burned dl:!'. WednesdaY-7:30: Prayer Services ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I ,

tog the same per.od; last year 1st and 3rd Wednesday CHURCH STARKE MEAT MARKETAND t
night-1:00: p. m. Family night. Sunday Services: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.
9:30: a. m. Church School. I Complete Paint Suppliesand Buffet Lunch $1.25 COLD STORAGE

10:30: a. m. Family Service. Sporting Goods We Specialize in Custom Slaughter- t
(Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd lag Cutting and Wrapping-
and 4th Sundays). "Check With Us First"
e Buffet Dinner $I.7h
Prepared for Deep Freeze
-J, Thomas Staab Ractol'IIA1PTON t
Washington St. 964-5270

CHURCH U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL j
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn.in'
; Worship at 11. Evening Phone 964-7059 ,

Worship, 7:30.:: Rev. Carl I FLORIDA
Your daily business
Clarke pastor.


deposited here. daily! ., Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ONTROLAGOMJCUCa CLEANERS I

Worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide
Union 6:30.: Wednesday night Under New OwnershipYour
Player Meeting, 7:30: followed Also 12-Ft. Wide
by choir practice. Starke Nursing Certified Master t
i iA Home service 2:43: p. m. MOBILE HOMES
-Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. Dry Cleaner
539 E. Call St.
Starke Fla. Campers and Travcltrailers

MADISON STREET Free Moth-Proofing t
BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heightsand
Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. i Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
( Morning Worship 11; Youth 311 N. Temple) Ph. 964-5704 t

Choir Practice 4:30: p m. Youth

No matter If and when your business"day" Fellowship Supper 5:43: Train t WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
ing Union: 6:15: ; WMU Prayer
ends before or after our regular Circle, 7:15.: Evening Worship, EDWARDSGrocery t

banking hours-no matter what day or 7:0.: CO.

night of the week It Is, holidays Included- 'Monday YWA meeting, 7:30: t and Market

safeguard the cash and checks you have p.TuesdayRA m. meeting 6:30p. : Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed t C

. received that day by depositing them that m. Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems
day In our very convenient Wednesday -Prayer Meeting, GAS AND OIL
7:30: p. m. Church Choir prac t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts
NIGHT DEPOSITORY! lice 8:30.: Jack and Gladys Edwards t

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3:30: p. m. t Phone 964-7064. 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881

.. Sunday School 10 a. m. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
Morning Worship at 11. Train f
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: ship 7:30.: -Rev, Luther A. I'
Cft. pastor. ...... : -Keystone Heights-PAM* 473-4911
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daa little sack of "Pop with water. If bugs are present, ''rle rfti't, CORRECTION IN ITEM .30 and received the congratulations
beautiful and happy Next Sun they will float to the surface ABOUT MRS. EWOUDS of many friend and relatives -

L day we have ccmmunlon at Controlling chinch bugs Is a Due to th3 accidental ommivNlon upan reaching the century
Korn," very good My life Is problem But, Florida Agricultural of several lines of type the mark

church Extension Service entom- item in last week's Issue about PICTURES: OF GREE'E
APPLESAUCE CAKE: 1 'cup loglscs say that pesticides suchas the 100th birthday:: anniversaryof SHOWN AT ROTARY
auger: *4 cup shortening; 1 cup VC 13, Ethlon, Trlthon. Dla- Mrs. Helen: Richard Ewouds Color slides at Athens and other -

,lura turgeu4olfr applesauce (canned ok) H teaspoon zlnor. and Aspon: will kill the was Inoc.rect.:: The second paragraph : : ancient: cities of Greece were
nutmeg; 1 teaspoon cinnamon bugs if applied properly of the story shcjld! have shown at the Starke Rotary
; 2 teaspoons soda dissolved Attack bugs by first laying said "Mrs. Ewcuds Is the Ck:* Wednesday by Mrs. P. 0.
Wherein we welcome October were happy In a little warm water; ,down a water barrage. Then This Is Boadraln Church as It appeared In 1944 when It began : Felos who tured: that country
late Jab Tls
of the :>nRlch.11'd
with It> blue skies and sunny I have started helping our tia<>n salt; 2 cups unsifted! flour. apply the death-dealing chemical with 13 charter members. daughte-: this summer\ with her! husband.
Helen MorganRichard
Robins to leave; minister on Tuesdays at 3 p. Beat until creamy and add 1 A _. ana /
day.*; prepare : jar attachment to a ;a'I"", Dr. Flos.
I did last at the floured raisins. Put in awelllI'reased ,. and:! a nless cf the late
we listen for the call of wildget'se m. as year cup (garden hose is a fine way to Featured:! in the slides were,
John C. :aishard
church with the children'smeeting and floured. Capt. ::
over head. pan splay, on the pesticide. Dosage
views of the! Acrcpolls:: and othermasterpieces
after school. The schoolhouse Bake 350 degrees for 30 min Mrs Ewoi-Jv: who resides! at
Dear bird I glimpse you : varies! with each chemical, so of Greek architecture
through a silver screen is just across the street utes. Good just as is-no icing be sure to follow the directionon 14C9 Cherry St.. in Jacksonville: which: have endured since
Of Autumn mist that spangles and I Play for them to sing. So nice for children's lunch the container label was 100 years old on SFt:): mhr
they were cnnst:'jcted hundreds::
lingering; green They learn about the Bible and HELPFUL HINTS: When waxing era' times since 1M4.!
of B.
On crabtree branches where many things about Jesus and the floor, slip your hand Scouts Attend Present pastor of the church years
you (fluff and preen. learn to love Him. I really en- into a plastic bread wrapper s is ReVirgil Lovett who hasseived Mrs Felon I: was introduced by

I know this is a farewell In- Joy helping: with these meetings.I and secure it on your arm bya Camporee since April 1SXI7. Georgs; Kopelcu s, pl'o&l'amchn

lude. love the children so much.I rubber band, then wax away Il'mA1fol'! the__day.:

For dawn and twilight songs. have been teaching a Sun. will:, your cloth. Leaves no mes- Sixteen Boy Scouts from
brighthuedThat :! day School Class again of 3rd sy hand. Put baking soda: In the Tronp( 70 in Starkc took part in Serving Florida
summered In my heart- and 4th grade boys and girls in bottom of ash trays to squelch a camporee :sear Citra from Since 1950
all gratitude. Sunday School. Such a precious cigarettes and prevent stale ;Friday: night though: : Sunday
Your burnished breast dispels hour with those beloved children odors. i iSo morning,

the morning's cold My days are much hap- another Autumn and I 163 boys:: and 31' adults attended 4 ori41o reeling S fine
plat because of them. think of old school at Clay I ,
With: copper echo of my zinnias' my < the contests. according to
bold, Out my window in the neigh HiU that I loved, and the many j!Scout Master E.d: : : Montgom
Bonfires: and my fence-high bor's lot and along his garden people who were so dear to me, ,ery. Asst. Sco't \ after Lee
marigolds I can see a row ot zinnias and besides my children. Time does ]Hrrdenbrr.l'o\ : accompanied ':
Fly now to southern suns! you rm Isolds in beautiful!! bloom I make changes and most often the Stark ba;"';, Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
leave me warm used to raise such pretty zinnia for the better, as It has at Clay The Starke ut0:1: ': : ribbons Eaves i

To welcome winter's: gray and ', out in Nebraska state Hill. But I often close: my eyes ]in three of the 28 patrols conducted w"i ll .-. Representative Welcomes/
swirling storm- where! I lived with my good and picture again the home of < over the weekend The
Till! you and spring fly backIr Don so many happy years. Perhaps Daisy and Fred Lang where I i Gator Patrol, led by Scout Lee This it the new Boatdraln Baptist Church at It looks today on Ph. 961-5812 You and Your

: golden:: swarm! many of you read my boarded so many years and Hardenbr'ook, and the BobWhite Grlffls Loop. \ pastorlum. left, has recently been constructed and 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your

Now it is Autumn and October column and those precious was so happy. I loved to sit Patrol, led by Scout a fourth addition made to the church since It began In 1944. Starke New Home
Summer is but a memory, years when I had a large vegetable after school was out on the long Woodrow Orlffls Jr.. won a second
one among many for me. I can garden and so many flowers veranda to watch the sun go place red ribbon. Panther
see all signs of approaching Now my lot here is small down, and grade: my papers. I Patrol led by Scout Buddy Neiv Construction DedicatedAt The State of FloridaIt

winter a.id somehow I feel a and the soil seems to get hard hew so many people to love and Patterson! won a )'ello1'Iblln\
great happiness in all seasons, anrl dry easily. lone summer teach. Often then I would go for third place. Boatdrain HomecomingNew Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
due a round bed at the backdoor : -and get under the -- --- --
and welcome the first; snowfall. up out pecans f Starke group Mark Marderbrook \ To Aquaim YOU With Your my.:
To walk in It and feel the snow- and had zinnias to bloom, tress: in the orchard and sit Lee Hardenbrook: \\ educational facilities! a and several groups led singing.Boatdraln .

flakes molt: on my face. I thiflk but they needed water often. down to eat them under the David: Roberts ard Bill Gay, new pastorium, plus other new Baptist Church was
of Gabby who also loved the Each year I seem to be happy tree. I see the sandy road, the "won first place in the Camp construction at Boatdraln founded in 1944 with the late If you are new in the area, a phone
snow and would take great cloiiiR less. Whoopee I giant water oaks draped with Fire Skit COil test, Church on Oriffis Loop were Rev Curtis Harris as pastor.
bites of the white fluffy snowdrift Sunday Is a happy time for moss, the wood bridge over the dedicated at homecoming service The church was named from call will bring you a prompt visit
mf. We have: a wonderful young stream, and going to school on the 24th anniversaryof the old Boatdraln School on
I note the robins are drifting minister! who is really a devout and walking home I oftensanga CLASP ENVELOPES, all the church Sunday. Oct 6. Grlffls LooP. The old school from your local hJs:ess. Please! give
to a Civilian.: I never!! miss a Sun. prayer of thanks for my slzei.- Bradford County Tele- Name ol the church was also building still stands not far
and seeming say
away farewell' : The goldenrod is' in day and do enjoy walking to great happiness. I loved teach graph. formally changed Sunday to f'om the church.Membership her a call! She has maps and many
church early. Our church! service Grace Baptist Church has climbed to
bloom, and in a field I saw ing. free and wonderful gifts for you
yesterday was a beautiful sightof is at 9:30: a. m., so I Su with these happy memories Following regular morning 2K2 from the original 1.1: charter

vellow llowers. Bees make start out walking! early, then I send my love and prayer SIGNS, all kinds. Metal or spi-vlce, dinner was served :on members Additions! have from local businesses.LIBBY'S .

such good honey in the Autumn stop! at the parsonage to pick (. ,Cardboard The Telegraph the grounds Dedication services been made to the church ht-v-
from goldenrod. My father had up the church bulletin for the God Bless You Everyone. took place after lunch

bees and he liked his honey days service. I am usually the LOVE, LURA 0...- ..................
a'ici we always had pln- fira one there after Violet, the .........................

ty for our hot biscuits: when a Janitor I sit the: the same spot:
quietly! and soon others beginto Let's GoGardening
child.J arrive. I sit there and meditate a Da, lyF reak
Yesterday I had a happy day
at my sister's home in West- until:! the organ begins toplaying waked BoodA e .
: then I bow my head toPl'I _
port Ind. my old home
', unUl.the'
thinking a prayer
where I was born: and graduated DINNERROLLS '
ushers! light the candle. Us-
from high school.
My son's wife and my granddaughter uually I get a ride home from By Itervey Sharpe Editor!
and little:! Stephanie, church I cook my dinner before!! Florida Agricultural KsMnMnn CATSUP

mv great-granddaughter, took I to" to services, and usually Srvto
fry myself l! a couple; pieces of
rritf down in my son's: new car.
chicken have sweet potatoesam1 Plants are unlike people because
My sister Cap, from Floridawas they must develop hardening 0
vegetables. Last Sunday PKGOF12
there: had flown up from
had lima beans, cole slaw anda << of the arteries to stay 2
Clearwater then my only
blackberry short! cake. I eat alive. FOR
Frank and wife were thel'e.so ;
littlegravy So have a heart plant-wise / SUPERMARKETS
dinner after making a
we had a reunion, and at :
I then read the Sunday and harden your ornamentalsso
sisterEdith's lovely new paper and drive over to visit they wont succumb during 25:
She had SD: much to eat and we the first cold
grandchildren and take snap. Start the
lust talked of old times; and my Mien, oooo nutiftr run Lj
them little gifts and last Sun-: process now, as it may take StlUIOtl' ocr 'IOt_.IIf' _.._.
two months to do the Job. Also, / ''0"'$ HIHWOIOULAR JUANlllr
you must remember that even MINTHO1 OR LIMI

frosthardYrubs! can be killed YOUR CHOICE!
if they are full of tender

shoots.Ice likes to form in tender, INSTANT SHAVE
watery stems The tiny sharp

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and spell doom to plants 0 a MAXWELL .
'l'he first
step in hardeningtender
. -- shoots is to cut out ,. :::::::: HOUSE tbcon FYNE TASTE Ib bag

rich foods like nitrogen. Better DERMA FRESH __ .

Auto Sales and Service 'MOTORCYCLES yet stop feeding the plants entirely __ -

I If :you are the average LOTION __ ., ,
Parrish Motors gardener\ you have already 5 3 c: 3.
HONDA over-fed the shrubs oil summer! ''J r[:OFfffAVI e
A fairly dry fall with gradually = 39
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MUSIC you use plastic be sure to remove PEAS AND CARROTS LOUD MOIT.I7oi CANS IO
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Band A atrlng TnstrumenU, Juice. GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKE HU.. 99gpeaLdl
Riverside Now is the time to plant '"
Gibson Guitars A Amplifiers 1 Easter lily bulbs for next

Hairstyling School SuppIlnatructlon spring's supply of tall stemmed

Academy Roberta Recorders flowers. Prepare the soil well I
Music Library-Expori ahead of planting by workingin *
ft59 Park St. 388-X5.17 Repair Department some organic material. Se- WHITE

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Try planting iris this fall. ROAST CHUCKSTEAK
FT J"TRJIOTOR; ; !': i There are several beautiful native

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For! the quickest results get rtB win Mitu oi miniUK
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Keep an eye peeled for lawn's SALADTOMATOES

SEWING CENTER worst enemy -the!> chinch bug. c= 19c
I To glimpse this active littlera IB

,cal. retirees will have to do lltzl
I H.&N. more than adjust their bl-focaU _p_ ; <:
and the younger set may haveto FULL CUT SAVI 21< ,resh FANCY
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a hand lens. ROUHDSTEAK '
JUDY'S Console model makes fancy designs Full grown: chinch bugs are ; CUKES
: stitches monograms, overcasts 6 INCTNi
black and only a fifth of an
MATERNA LANE sews on buttons, make Inch long. Their wings are fold

button holes and blind stitches.No ed over their back, with white 7c
1007 Park St. 355-5015 EACH
attachments ..Demonstrators areas showing The young: bugs
MOTORCYCLES $48 or S6 per mo. Call Jax arc wingless and reddish with

771-1850 white back bands. It takes 20 !-

TriumphOf i I WESTERN STORE of Inch.these nymphs to measure an 98 C UJ: : SAVE 21* BONELESS SHOULDER -.If-II esJL CRISP CELLO WRAPPED

Jacksonville LITTLE DUDE flrrt This along enemy concrete usually walks attacks and 18 ST E A K S 98 CARROT5. CELLO PKOS 2/25-

drives. The insect sucks grass ................ ...... .

YAMAHA: TRIUMPH Western Store juice and possibly injects a ,
lOce To 650co toxic substance, causing yellow.
Western Clothing Leather- ish to brownish patches In turf. 'BIGS'FRANKS f JIMMMVMI*WUmi .
Sale Parts Service COLD
Used Motorcycles: In Stock good, Saddles and Trailer To check an ailing spot of STEAKS V STEW SSL f CHEESE DEVEINED

4228 Phillips Hwy V. S. 1 S. Charles! A Sharon Patty grass for chinch bugs, cut both! CUTS OLEO M SLICES SHRIMP

Jacksonville 359.7245 02 8. Edgmrood' 884-1210 enrf-, out of a large metal can.
Push one end of the can about
1 two Inches into the sod and fill

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could mean no payments atThe
y van, and their eon Percy Jr., pa'ed to $7,434 last yean I ; will visit this area on Wednes
yy yy yyyyy awl family last Friday evening! ;, FHP Reports Brooker, 5327 '$334 last yean I : day. Oct. 30, Members of Auxiliary all best plan Is for the worker -
: Rtcent visitors of Miss Dorothy Green Cove Springs $4,00 $4- Units from St Augustineand
-f;'--:- It's a woman'sI THERESSABy Mills, Harold Mills and the Road Deaths 33O! ': Hampton. $297 ($315)) ; Pnlatka will Join Keystone- to( five his his employer social security the :first

: Percy Sullivan Jrs were Mrs. Keystone Heights, $2.358 '$1, Melrose Unit 202 In honoring her number to

"J&lJfff@f" { Dm-othy Mllte Harold Mills, Jr.. Lori Jason Dining the first three monthsof 9301'; Lake Butler $1,912 >$1.- at a dinner that evening at 8 day he goes! I to work on a new
Todd of Atlantic Beach. SlOi'; and Lawtey $741 $581) Legion
and American
Phone 473-4318\ the year the mileage death: amounting to 'P, m, in the job.Household) workers, their employers
About It The balance,
Think (0,9!)
rat in Bradford County was Post( Home others who
&& && "It's what we lear after we pe- cent with thee perso-j be. $5.7(5.9fiO, will g:> to the State'sGci.eral Reservations may be obtainedby : and security matters need '
think we know It all that In killed\ and 19 injured in Revenue Fund contacting the Unit President help on
By Martha Sue McCain He-po Baptist Church: counts" -Abe Martin. ;; 30 accidents repotted in According to a report from Drew at 473.4282 should net In touch with their
thn: Eleanor '
',f County Extension Sunday School: 10 a, m.; Do:: D. MiPklejohn Beverage : Weir at 473- social security office.
thi period.: : Secretary Irene
-nr.lng Worship at 11; TramUnion : y yy yy At' Department Director, the increase or
Home Economics Agent This was reported In a ,sum- 4657 before October 15.
6'30 m.; Evening is due to the PAYROLL ENVELOPE
: p. in revenue
man issued by tr! State
-- Worship, 7:13: ; Wednesday even- NEWS ABOUT of Public Safety which' April 1 tax: increase from 8 to with or without carbon flat-

inj, Prayer Service, 7:30, wltichoir patment explained that ts! pillenge 15 cents per pack. Originally It Household Worker Cradford County Telegraph.Pb .
APPLES FALL FAVORITEThe per and: stutf the apples. Serveon following the that it would
practice was estimated 864-6305.
dent: rate :.rdlcates the numberof Be Losing
watercress or other dark May
summer months::: are over sei)'vice.Kfv. SERVICE MENAuuA1AAAA4JAUAUAa 100 million vehicle take. approximately 6 month
ales Autumn is officially here. greens. Four servings. Merle: Packham pastor for cigarette consumption to S.S. ProtectionAccording
F.-otbal1 games, cooler> weather Serving: suggestions> : As a of Hope Church, will conduct mIles traveled return to normal but the De. BIC PENS. Ball Point IU-
county> fair time and colorful > main dish salad for Sunday rental services next week looking at other percentages pal tment now believes it may fills. Bradford County Tele-
the state, Liberty County
autumn: leaves make this a supper, triple the ingredientsfor Oct. 14.18, n: Lane Avenue Baptlsf Staff Sgt Bobby E. Cochran. had across the highest mileage deatrae tae' as long as a year ( to T C Watson graph.

lovely time: of tae: yea". For: cottage cheese mixture Church in Jacksonville: sor of Mrs J, C Cochrane of 98.9 cent, with live Mciklejohn also reported that Bradford County Social Security
thus apple-lovsra: it 'Stuff fie apples and mound> there Stork ShowerA at per Florida still has the hoi'-sehold:
!? w.io are : Rt. 1, Starke! is on duty killed l.i motor while Representative some
really is a wondrfulu: season. t of the cheese mixture In large group: of friends attended Udorn Royal Thai Air Force persons vehicle accident being during ."CCthiee highest state tax at 15 cent per workers in this area are losing Need I tractor tires?

Hrc are two recipes: using fall the center of a platter and a stork slower given by Base in Thailand.Sgt. months Suwannee County pack, ether states have followed valuable protection' because
apples; in a salad and for: des place the apples around: the the ladies ot Hope Church for : Cochrare is a protective reported. deaths. Florida in Increasing the tax. their earnings are not beirtg" reported -
sere. You'll never get tlrsd of rlr.i. As an extra variation!:: Mrs. Albert Batten Monday> coating technician and before Dade no County reported the New Jersey's tax was raised for social security purr

apples if you explore: the many place; pineapple slices around: night: at the church educational his arrival in Thailand was assigned highest number of traffic fatal. from 11 to 14 cents:: Oklahoma, poses.If .

ways of serving them the mound> of cheese and sticka building Games and: refresh to support staff at the itifs with 90 persons being! killed from 8 to 13 cents; New Mexico an Individual performs workin

APPLE CHEESE DESSERTTh' red cherry in the center of menus were enjoyed and tha U, S, Air Force Academy In during that time and Brow- from 8 to 12 cents: Rhode Island sot around the house and

'., recipe; la appropriate during each slice.Explosion. Puffed Apple honoree received many lovely Colorado. ar the Fall cheese festival and : from 6 to 7 cents.In .
West Virginia calendar quarter by
Snacks Made by Stay-Crisp eat;; with 42 persons! dying on waRes in a
wh.le apples are pl?ntlful. Crlumbus DayColumbus weeks, the State
PFC Andrew Bute, son of Mr. the streets and highways. recent on* employer, the work Is under
Six apple slices! ''pared). Process May Go To Market being'Sat, Oct : has made
cups Day anJ Mrs. James L. Bule of Old Beverage Department social security: His, or her
1 tablespoon; : : lemon: juice, 1 cup A new snack: treat -explosIon 12, we are reminded of these Lawley Road Starke was recently eight: criminal cases and three earnings must be reported bythe stock, or can get
dehydrated apple in
suuar. one-fourth: : teaspoon:: : cinnamon puffed. two versss from a poem by assigned to the 1st Infantry Smoking Funds administrative case concerning employer to Internal Revenue -. We have size Atlas
pieces may one day Jsln: the quickly) your
one-half: cup unsiUed Stephen Vincent Benet which Division near Lai Khc, cigarette violations. Several Service The worker must Tires.
flour: one-fourth teaspoon:: salt, array of. appetizers: on grocers'shelves. may bring a smile to you as It Vietnam! Still RisingThe otl.er Investigations! are still rice his correct social security Tractor
ons-fourth cup butter or margarine did to us: "There are lots of per thatit ''STANDARDCall
his employer si
number to
two-thlrc's! cup finely: Explosionpuffed queer things that discovers> do>, PFC Curtis L Dickens son OIL
shredded' Cheddar cheese. appie pieces have been aroundfor but, hs! was queerest: I swear. of W. C. Dickens of 'Starke. is State Beverage Department Legion Auxiliary may be Included on the behalf.earn-
Fill shallow some time, chiefly for use in will distribute the largest lava/ report filed on his
a large pie pan or He discovered! our country:: to provide aviation support OilMAN
in p.es.: The: problem that lim- thlikine helping of taxes InFlorida's Be Host To Social security payment are Your Standard
baking dish! with apples One Four Nine Two, by to Marine Units while sorvine amount: c'garette Will
iteu their appeal as a snack: bayed on earnings He gets no IN STARKEK.
sprinkle with lemon juice and it couldn't be there. Us with the 1st Marine Aircraft history this month,
one fourth: cup of the sugar. was that they quickly! absorbed dlun't Intend it- he meant to !: Wing in Vietnam. As a despite the fact that cigarette State President credit for them if his social G. DUNCAN

Mx: cinnamon, flour, salt, moisture and became soggy heave to at Calcutta Rangoonor : member of the wing, he also consumption Is still below nor- security number is not shownon 964-5132

and remal\.ilng/ sugar. Mix in Now USDA scientists: have Shanghai. There are maYqueer helps: support other U. '5. and mill Elloulse Kuhn President this report. That can mean 'Standard Oil' Company(Inc in Ky{ )
fat until mixture 13 crumbly, found a way around that prob. thing: that discoverersdo > forces operatingIn or the $4(15.480( distributed to Mrs. Auxiliary n less of payments when the
StIIn: cheese Spread over apples hem The culprit was water-ab but his was the queerest.Oh Ailed the republic.ground the counties, Bradford County of the American Legion Florida. time comes '01' the worker and
Bake' at 350 moderate sorbing monosaccharide> sugar. rnyl"' will receive $348 Clay County ,Department hU dependents to claim them

over luntll' apples are tender- Scientists soaked fresh: apple PERSONALS Michael-DeCanlo Jr. $1,HS9 and U:uon:: County $479.
45; m.nutes.: Serve hot pieces In water to reduce their: \ of PFC which
about > or Sunday afternoon guests Paul Bur. Of the $4.370.093 goes "
cold with cream or ice cream, monosaccharide: content, then: Mr, and Mrs. James D, Phillips son an of Route Mr. 1 and, Starke Mrs. has been to qualified! munclpalitles, See -.hB World StIteiC HONDA SANS

if cie: !':ir3d.:: immersed them in a sucrose were M.-s. Phillips' uncle assigned as a plumber in the Starke will receive $7,509 (corn-

RED APPLE SALAD-4 firm sugar solution: increasing their and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 87th Engineer Bn.. 18th Engineer VnieelS, At
tart arpls, IVi cups: sugar, sucrose content from a normal Je'er of Hawthorne. near DuLong, 818 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE GAINESVILLEFLA
one-foil.fi; teaspoon:: salt one.half 20 to 30 per cent to about 80 Fi'lends: of Mr. and! Mrs. R, Brigade time aids to navigation.

cup red cinnamon: : candles, per cent. The sucrose sugar, in 0. Darsby: parents of Mrs Vietnam GOcici": over NINE NEVI GO-GO MODEL
3 cup' water one-:aalf cup cottage effect, replaces the monosaccharide Rodney Hall will be glad to William M. Ncl.sor. James E, Young, son of Mrs.
Navy Ensign
I cheese, or 3 or 4 ounces sugar The apple pieces kno.v that Mr. Dan by has returned husband of Mrs. Sandra Nina M. Perry of Stake has TOTALLY-NEW ADDITIONS TO CYCLEDOMS ALREADY MOOT COMPLETE HNE--23; MODELS)
cream cheese, one-fouith cup arct::en dehydrated and ex- to his home following been promoted to technical ((9
Nelson of Keystone Heights
chopped lo lon uffed. at Riverside in the U. S. Air Force
green pepper hospitalization completed one of the mcst memorable sergeant NEW COLORS _NEW COMPETITION STYLING
Pare and core the apples. Hospital in Jacksonville last Now serving as an aircraft
of NavalA"lator's CAM ENGINE
Add sugar salt and candles to week1I'S: Dansby however, is technician at Andrews AFB Ii I
th- water Put over heat and still!I at Riverside: Hospital! and six arrested aircraft carrier Maryland, he is a member of
.'-tir until candies are dissolved.:: get well wishes go to her from landings aboard the USS Lexington the 89th Military Airlift Wing, DIRECTIONAL : '.

Cook apples slowly li this her friends in Theressa, of the special Air Force unit 5-SPEED TRANSMISSION_ _ _ { 376 7761
operating in the Gulf _ _ _ ___ PHONES V
fcyruo In a covered: pan until Mrs. P. C. Mabry was in Mexico. Prior to making the which provides air transportation 3762637
Ju- tender turning'occasional. Jacksonville:: last Saturday to for the President and other
landings at sea, he was repute i SPORT
ly to color evenly. Drain and "Most of the guys who \h.t her sister.:! Mrs. A, J. Lowery ed to qualify on field carrier top U. S, official 450 SUPER -1

chill claim to be wheels aren't even who recently underwent landing strips. In becoming a Sgt Young is a 1950: graduateof
Mix chees! with green pep eye 'surgery. and Mrs Lowery's His
spokesmen. member of the Navy's "Flat Bradford High School. A HONDA not just another
friends!! here will be glad to Glenda the daughter of
top Fraternity he is now quallfi wife, is
know that she! is doing( well motorcycle--it's an Idea, away
'"d for more advanced 'tapesof Mr: Marie Schwabe of Winter ;
and now enjoys 20.30 vision as of life In economical, exniler-
NEED READY G a result of the! operation Mr. aviation training Haven -.- ating transportation. Feel free

MME and MI'!. C. F. Burton and Mr, Midshipman 4th Class Thevon : : as the breeze as you ride your

anJ Mrs. Mabi-y spent Sundayat j-lL A Yawn IU son of Judge and n ; ," HONDA charger with full four-

CASH Crystal River. Met,. T. A. Yawn of Starke has -j'= stroke dependability and effici-
Mr and Mrs, Wayne Herseyof completed the initial phase of -' ency. Bike the boulevard brave
Gainesville were hosts:: last indoctrination at the U. S. .
TCHGO his the bush travel the trail- but
weekend at a cookout for the Annapolis, Md.
Naval Academy
get there in a HONDA, whose
For Back to Heisey family honoring Clyde ,Dung; .,the ten weeks of, summer home is STREIT'S. Take one to
Hp'I' ey, who! was leaving' for' trlpnlng he and 6ther THE LEAN'' LOOK and 112 mph capability: ?coupled
YOUR home--and heart.
School Needs? meblcal treatment in a Tampa "Plebes" were Introduced to with a reasonable price makes this honey of a HONDA your

ho.pltal. and met the standards of discipline a hot seller! See It. You'll want 111!
Friends: of W. H (Billy) Hall

conduct, and performance
CLOTHING FOR THE CHILDREN? Jr aie glad to know C.at he required of Midshipmen. Make Yours A Honda From Streit'sONI _
returned to his home last week
REGISTRATION FEES? and! is doing well following recent -

eye surgery at the Gainer .

OR VACATION EXPENSES CAN BE :lIe Medical:! : Center. Mr. '

CONSOLIDATED INTO ONE PAYMENT and l :Mrs. Hall::: want to: thank
their: friends: for flowers, cards
and other: kindnesses during

Come See Us! his hospitalization STO'SI.VICI
Mr atd15. Elbert Herseyof

We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile M-s Gainesville Percy Sullivan visited! Mr.Jr. and and Knight Seaman, son Apprentice of Mis. James Jerry W R.,

'Home, of Hampton, recently
Purpose "Rusty" Thursday: evening c1gqDd1
Other Thursday: visitors of the graduated from basic training\: 0

Sullivan Jrs. were her parents at the U, S. Coast Guard Train-

$25.00 TO $600.00 Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Strick !nil! Ccntet. Cape May, N J.Under .

land of Florahome.: On Sunday the guidance of experienced o V lit _,

TOWN Mi and :Mrs. Sullivan and Rusty Coast Guard petty officers 21 MODILS -

FINANCE COMPANY visited: Mrs. Sullivan's grandparents he successfully completeda

: Mr. and Mrs G. C, rigid eight-week training pro-
226 :N. Temple Are. Phone 964.7449 Conner:! at Floiahomc. Riam. As a graduate, he may r rte

Mr, aid: Mrs. Marion Sullivan apply for advanced training in
returned Friday from a weekat one of the many occupational 1'

their home in Miami. fields requited by the CoastGuard -

Sid Padgett of Gainesville or may be assigned to LOW .i _
visited Mr and Mrs W. H. Hall a unit operating in the U. S. CASH .ICI

Jr and family Friday or overseas. The Coast Guard
301 DriveInSHOW Mi and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof specializes In search an:1:! rescue -

Palatka visited his: parents, merc'nnt: marine inspection

Mr and Mrs. Cleveland Sulli oceanography, and marl-
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Children Under 12 Free FLORIDA THEATRE r.u w ,emr


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By Joyce Stoke SAVE
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Plans for the annual Hallo- EL \" ,
ween Carnival, always a highlight ; _
. of the year, were perfected:! 4
at the! lat meeting!: of Breaker
f Junior: High P1'A. held at the!
. school,
The Carnival date was set
for Saturday, Oct 26. and the
new president W. D. Andrews,

.. named chairman the to following steer: this committee event to L 1 a ,I; _____________________.___________________________________________________ a
a bi.cce-sful: conclusion: I _
General Chairman: C. J. Stalnaxer ROOD STOKES _
; Tractor Rides, Howard :'
i r..gJy.xj 2 .;l
Douglas: ; ; Pony Rides, Bano =
Sparks; Horse Shoes, John Williams
; Milk Bottles, Grady 40-o. DIIP SOUTH...Llmit 1 W/$S. M> or Moro Purchoto Including CI..r."..
Hart; King, Queen, Prince St
Princess, Regina ParrLsh; CakeWalk
Pete:! Douglas, Scare Peanut Butter .89 TTT.0t.
House, David Fussell; FishPond . .
Mary Sue Willlngham; ;
Raffle. Jackie Jafcr.: : :.,; Hot Dog .. DIIP SOUTH.,.limit 1 W/$3.0O Moro Purchoio Including Cigorotto.
Stand, Grace Bigham; FortuneTeller !
Carole Powers; Parade.
Glrnda Andrews; Fruit: Cakes, Mayonnaise. 39
Cora Lee Stalnaker; Cashiers: . . I I I1Lb.
for Supper, Jean Douglas; Pies
for Supper, Hazel Williams; Decorations .Con...Llmif 1 W/S.OO or Moro '"rch... Including CI..r."..
for Supper, Janie
Hayes; Supper Committee, Mrs. -I "
Htnry.Ot'isr\ Astor Coffee. 49 _
new PTA officers for . . --_.
the current school term, besides
President: Andrews, are: C. J. 19-os. DIXII DARLING 79 rOOT AlCOA
Stalnaker, Vice President; Jeanette Cake Mixes 4/$1. Alum. Foil.59* :
Hayes, Secretary:! ; and 6 -
Mndge Hicks: Treasurer. IS'h-oc. DIXII DARLING. No. V' C.n THRIFTY MAIDFrostings. _

CHURCH Brooker INSTALLATIONThe Baptist Church Bart. Pears
.. .
recently: held:! an Installation of
officers and teachers, followed 16'/,-0.. BITTY CMOCKI A PILLSBURY FRUITCake Wesson 39WD r
by a social: hour honoring the Drinks:
Mixes /$1. 5/l.
incoming and outgoing teachers ... .. .
at the Brooker:! Civic Center.
Homemade ice cream and cake Jumbo ARROW PAPER. 46.0. THRIFTY MAID' TOMATO

were served by the Hospitality Towels. Juice
Committee. : Grace Bigham .. ... .. .. ... 4/l.
o Al.ldied: Green. Shirley Green
, anu Amanda Lewis. O.. WHITI or BLUI or COLD WATIR...limit 1 Dotorgon of Cholc. w/S Purcho.. Ixclud. Clgarotto
Rev James L. Temple Is W-D BRAND
pastor of the church: and the BRAND W-D BRAND W-D BRAND
new officers are: Johnnie USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE USDA CHOICE Arrow Detergent.
Green, clerk: Joyce Stokes, .
treasurer. Jean Douglas and CORN FED CORN KDCHUCK CORN rn CORN MD
Ot. Dt.rg.nt..llmlt 1 D.l.rg.nl ol Cholco w/S or M.r. Pvrchoso Including CI..r."..
Carolyn Dyal are the pianists Bnls.. ROUND Bottom Round SIRLOIN TIP OR
and Tommy Cox is choir director -

Malcolm and song Harrell leader.is superintendent TOP ROUND Power. .59

of the Sunday School, STEAK STEAK ROAST . . .

anc Brenda Johns: director: of STEAK 1-Lb. (Gtr..)
the Training: Union Dpaitment.Caiblyn
Dyal serves as special
coordinator: for teaching aids

materials. EARIU'AL etc. Margarine..8I.12.P" .

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory (
announce:\ the birth of anof-er: 85L 109 .. .ISCHIR'
Paul. tB. No. '/e C.n ILUI SAY Limit 1 w/15/ or man pgrchisi ucludini cigKrtte"
son Gregory on September -
pital.29 in Alachua General Hos IB. tB tB. TUNA FISH 4/$1. ALE or BEER$1.59


... l9c LISTER1NE.$1
Bavless Hiwav ----- -

: By Mr. O. K.: Cresb7A..AAAAAAAAAAAA. 6 B : : ; RICE..3 BAGTURKEYS IB 39 JACK1..19'

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Belated happy! birthday to
Mm! Miriam Johns and Mrs POLY BAG ASTOR
Joy Faulkner. W-D BRAND 'ma Reel Thing"
The lime for Training Union
hay been changed: from 6:30: to LEANSHORT FRENCH
6:00.: Prayer, meeting will still Orange
mret at 7:30: each Wednesday

nlahtMis... Annette Norman entertalred FRY

with a birthday dinner! JUICE
Sunday honoring her husband, RIBS
Gerald, whose; birthday wan Potatoes
Monday. About thirty guests! en- ml
joyed the affair with Mr. and: : 1

Mrs.Mrs.Norman W, F. Conner of Piry EE: 7 !

WAS a recent visitor of her son- 49 89
In-law and daughter. Rev. and 89
Mrs ily.Mr M. D. Medelros and fam ; tB. ? For

and Mrs. Floyd:! Crosby -
were guests of their son and i-
Liughtr-in-lnw. Mr and Mrs. _
Russell Crosby, in Gainesville!
._ .. ... ...
by the recent death of J. WINM' OIXIC' "0" INC "" -

D. Terrell who passed away at HARVEST FRESH PRODUCEMILD
his horn unexpectedly.:! We extend
our deepest sympathy to SWIIT U.S. No. 1 RUSSITS RAKING

I the family.We are sorry to hear thatJ. Rutabagas. B10 1 Potatoes 10 BAG 69* '

M. Dyer was called to Lak-: ,
land. Saturday because of the: SUNKIST MISH MIS* IAROI STALKS i
serious- illness of his son. We *
wish him a rapid recovery. Lemons. . 12/49 Celery. .. .. 2/39
Mrs. Ellanor Lyons and family
Salad Basket
PILLOW U.S. No.1 Size

at the attended home a;of family her brotherinlaw reunion- Onions. 3 :AG 29* Tomatoes. 29*
and sister, Mr and:! Mrs. . .. lB
Emmett Lyons in Jacksonville OIOIOIA RIO SWIIT CRISP FIRM

Sunday. Potatoes 59* Cucumbers *
Rev and Mrs. M. D. Mjdeivoi LBS 5/39 .
were In Perry on business 6 .
Thursday.Mr .
and Mrs. C. C. Crosby a
Bule. and Mrs. Evelyn Quiet /
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bcb-
by Crosby and little Oarrll
Flakes afternoon In Darrell Gainesville is a Sunday patient Fruit Pies. 3/$1. Berries..3R9'so1. *

In University Medical Center.\ .
patient In Bradford County
Hospital.Otis Meat Pies 5l.Chunkees.$1.99aLo

visiting Crawfc-d the: of C. Gainesvillewas C. Crobys ......- -...................._ .. ..... .................... -..- -!-....................r.!....... .....................-............... ............

Wednesday, :nEX.THAi., .. : EX-.HAi.. : EX..R : EXTRA : EX.--R :

of Mrs.Ft. Myers Doris spent Middleton the weekend aid son:! .1 1 I dv F..!...GREEN.. ......-STAMPS--....M ,: I I .1>11. GREEN STAMPS-.... .: 1 1 dN,.-GREEN-.--STAMPS-.... :. I 1 .dv....(-GREEN- lMWN STAMPS.--.I" : I 1 dx(-CKtEN....-STAMPS--.. : DIXIANA
.. --5r-; ;z TWO pica I :
with relatives here. ........ ** : SHAKOUICK 7WN... .. : .. MUM S .1 TWO PA. OH A COLLARD GREENS
CHM.U.. .
Mrs. W. C Ward and Mrs. : to,. Sliced Bacon ,. Steakttte Acre Peas : .. Egg Omelets : Fresh Fryers :
Inez Kelly are visiting relatives : 1./ .1; .OOO THRU OCT. IB J..L" ._0 THRU OCT. i. :L : I'L/ ,. ." Ott I' MUSTARD GREENS
OOO THOU oar IS 000 THIIU OCT. .000 "
"1 : ". .._..,. ". ... ". .,-,. : ". .._... ... :
in Tampa this week "M.woo .u. '''"" .woo w..N :
:: ::. ... ... ::..... .
Mrs. Geraldine Terrell and t,. *-' :... .. ,,----- 4._ TURNIPS WI ROOTS
'daughter Miss Jean Terrell, EXTRl1 ; EXTSS ; EXT03 EX FI : EXTRA

spent\. the weekend with and Mr. andMra. I w dvl..-.GREEN......-STAMPSMOLLOWAV---..N I J .,,._GREEN_I tMY STAMPS W NN .N.. / I 4.,..(M GREEN 4.n, 'STAMPS- .,,...--.-,.4.W STAMPS-....M }, I n An....GREEN..-.NMM STAMPS M.N.tw4 N .}
O. E. Crosby Mrs.
;;: .;=. POLY
J. L. Johns They. with Mr. !'I I+'I ..u.....HOUtB WITH :' '+., tooHand .o. .: +., TWO....11.0..0... I+'I ./. OAL 1: I+., IX-OX.STA CANTALBT /LO. 1: 3
and Mrs. PAt Dickens of Ral- : Cheese Pizza '... ") Wrap : 1 j..'!.. Ammonia ; Sro Puf RInse : ....-!!. Spray Starch : BAG .
61. OOOO THOU OCT. 1* 1$ ._
ford of Mr. and! OOO TMHU OCT. w 1
were guests : I .-. .000. .TMKU,__OCT..; l> "7 .._....._._.. :.lI ". ... ..... ..__.. : .. .000... THwu. .._oeT... I' : : .-IO..w.0 THIIU.....ott.1. :
Mrs. Roland Simons in Key .: ...............T.u...w.....*..................................... ...:.........."'"..............................""...w..... ............ ...._......._...._..".._.....
tohe Heights; Sunday afternoon.
BIG rEll s. BaD Point B.- Cannon
fUJi._ Bradford County Vdetrmpb. Blankets $2.99
Early Sale





Keystone HIl!ices Indians Surprise Spndsters

I By JIM FOX With 7-2 Victory Last FridayBy

Please Phone in Your Items 473.414b
MIKE CHITTY the Indians a 7-2 lead in the
Palat'o: Golf and:! Country Clua The fighting Indians of Key- third quarter of play. The
DUPLICATE BRIDGE last Tuesday stone Heights High School sur fourth quarter developed into
The duplicate brldjs dab: will The Keystone Woman's Golf prised the Hastlns Spudsters by mora defensively dominated
meet at the raw Woman's CUb Association: had their weekly defeating them for tha first play and the game ended 72.
every Monday:! at 7:30: p. m. tournament Thursday: Oct. time in 7 years. The 7-2 vic The Indians quarterback Don-
The clvb would; Ilk! to thank 3. In order to make the competition tory was a complete team e'. nie Baker, completed 9 passes
tha council fr use of the Mu more Interesting the { fort by the "not to be taken for out of 15 attempts for a total
nicipal B;,!llding, which has been tournament committee selected r A granted" Indians. of 54 yards, and an average of
the meeting place for this crganlratlsn three holes at random to deter- Although the Spudsters threat. 6 yards Six of Baker's passes
during the past year. mine winners: for the 9-hole and ened neveral times they were were caught by Turner for 38
Last week's :wInners were! : US-hole winners unable to score except for a yards; and 3 were caught by
Tim place with 73 1-2 points In the 9-hala group, a single safety. The Hastings defense Grayson for 16 yards G.-ayson
Mrs Paley Boyd and:! Mrs.John prize was awarded fcr the best 3 blocked a Grayson punt, which punted 5 times for an average
Strawn; second place with 74 scores on the three holes. Dot rolled out of the end-zone to of 34 8 yards The Indians 'defense
points! Mrs M. Cook and Miss tie Parks wn with her score a! New give the Spudsters: their only 2 was really shining Fri-
S. Hillyer; and third place with points of the game. The punt day night, and was led by Mason
64 points, Mr and Mrs Aubrey 22.In the 18-hole group, there was blocked near the Keystone and: Grayson who were in
Bannlstr. were three divisions with the 8 yard line by Larry Cain. This on 8 tackles each.
CATHOLIC CHURCH same scoring system used. ,Win- Keystone 'safety /gave the Spudsters the The happy Indians are now
St. William's Altar Society ners and their! scores included lead in the first half The holders of a 2-0-1 record 'or the
will meet Monday, Oct. 14. at the following: Vonclls: Ketch, Spudstrs: were Inside the Key- young season.
10 a, m. The meeting will be 16; Velma Menzen 15; and t Woman'sClub 1c stone 15 twice but the rough In- GO. INDIANS!!!
lieu in the church: : hall. All Vests Aiken with 15. 4 dian defense managed to hold
members: are urged to attend. Tournament Chairman Everett .9'wr, S Mw' ,,. dt them cut of T, D. Territory.The In Top FiveHomette
BINGO SCHEDULED Fox has announced that the an. Indians! offense who Sales
Blrjo will be held this Friday'evening nUil President's Cup Tournament wracked up 144 yards rushing;
at 7:30: p. m., at St. will be held at the club, was led by Mike Murrhee with For July
William's Catholic Church OcUter 19-20. This will be a 73 yards and Wingate with 52
Ycu may also play Bingo on fall: handicap tournament, with Dedicated The Keystone! touchdown: drive :
Saturday:! evenings at 8 'p. m., medal play. All participants will ; was sparked by a 27 yard ran If'J!
at the American Legion Hall, play 18 holes] of golf on both by Murrhee after a'' handoff
on Highway 21 north. days with the lowest 8 golfers H Sunday L from quarterback Donnle! Baker
Both evening! sessions are having a play-off on Sunday, ; which put them on the
opeed: to the public, with a Oct. 27.Names. 'Hastings 38 yard line. Jack ,
good time being guaranted for of) all the male golfers Wingate added two all-Impor
all aged! are posted on the bulletin .board ) e tant links to the chain with his
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPALThe at the club. If you do not In- e. t J two 'irst downs. Then Grayson
District 3 meeting of the tend to play, )please: scratchyour ,. ,1 1 'plowed over for the only touch
Womr.i: : cf the Church will be name from the list. Partici- '/ down of the game Jeff Bates .d
held Wednesday: Oct. 16. at St. pant are' aked to make their added the point after and gave
Anne's. Registration will begin own for\:.rome, however, if you ""."""TTf tf tinwrt" >f.f f'
at 9:30: a. m. If you wish to prefer, the tournament committee -
attend, please make ressrvaticiu will do this for yoj.
with Mrs. Alex Brokas Entry fee is $2 per golfer. MELROSEBy
prior to Friday:! Oct. 11, Prizes will be awarded:! at ths
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garner club's! annual meeting in November Joyce Rowe \
GMnyi( and Carlton Paul will : ,
..... ...
,& UA ail
attend the +
being held at Camp Weed:! The Junior Woman's Club will Congratulations to Mr. and
this weekel1d meet Thursday evening, at 8 Mrs: David Helton: who are the
From nil reports received by p m.. in the new Woman's Club proud parents of a baby girl
this date, the ladies!! had a very Building. Rev Leon F. Milner, bon Sunday. Oct. 6 in Alachua
good response: at then! recent cf the Keystone Heights Com General Ho pltal. Sins has been
iummag3: sale. munity Church, will be guest 6 named Nancy Suzanne Mr,
TEEING OFF! and: Mrs. Helton are former
Velma Me-zn and Su Dwyer speaker.HERE N' THEREMr. Gainesville residents and have
were local winners at the Ex. and M''!. Edward:! Kelly, Keystone Heights was the who assisted In serving, Included been staying with Mrs. Helton's
change Bank of Palatka's Ladies -' of Ok1Lwahwre! recent guests scene of a happy event en Sun- SCENES OF HAPPY EVENT Miss .Susan Bird Miss Nancy brother and sister-in-law:! Mr. Gene Bishop, manager of All
Invitational, held at the of Mr, aid::: Mrs. George Schaeffer day Afternoon Oct. 6th, .when;! McLean, ,Miss Patty McLean, and; Mrs G. R. Arrowsmlth. Florida Mobile Homes in Key
of Peach St. Mr. and Mrs. the dedication of the new club and Miss Roxanne Ketch They will soon move to Jackson stone Heights, displays' award
MATHEWS Kelly were the Schaeffer's guest house 'or the Woman's Club wasa It is interesting to note that vllle. received for being in the "Top
1-The handsome new club building, situated on old Chatauqua the old foundations of the origi- Bob Ford, who Is stationedin
nt the American Legion dinner. dream realized, by the 150 5" for the month of July in
Well Drilling While they were both single, members and guests\ present. grounds nal Chautai-qua building were San Diego, Calif., is homeon Homette sales in the nation.
the two ladies taught school :The program began with a 2-Mrs. Sara McDonald, club president welcomes visitors. discovered when the g-oulld was a 15 day leave visiting his The All Florida lot in Key
Melrose, Fla. tojethr in Pennsylvania.Mrs. speech by the new club presi- Seated on speaker's platform (from left)! Dr. A. C. 'Holt: ,bulldozed for the new clubhouse. parents Mr and Mrs. R. V. stone recently moved to a new
Phone 475-3101 Alia Voigt, formerly of dent, Ms.: Sara McDonald, who Mrs. R. S. Farris president Junior Woman's Club; Mrs. Earl However the location of the (Continued On Next Page) location on Highway 21 (north*.
welcomed: the distinguished ----- ---- ----- --
Keystone Heights and now residing Voyles, chairman Clubhouse Committee; Mayor Raymond foundations wculd be the only
Myers Pumps :: In Orlando, was in town guests members and friends of Stamen; Rev William' Jones.3Membera similarity between the two
SERVICEand last wook visiting with her the club. buildings. The new clubhouse> is
of the Clubhouse Committee, which steered the NOTICEFor
REPAIRS friends and former neighbors.She Dr. A. C. Holt, pastor emeri- a mod-rn neo-clnssic structure
was a house BIIPS* at the tus of the Keystone Heights project to completion (from I.IoIrs."J.): : A/r.le Williams, consisting of a large assemblyroom of Tuesday night's
(Continued On Next Page) Community Church, \gave the :\oIrs. Fremont Tolles, :Mrs. Earl Voylen Mrs. Julius Manson kltchpn, stags, conference
I D invocation. Mrs. John Bird. rccm and rest rooms: aid storage Council meeting see storyin

,,. Mayor Raymond Starnes gavea -:Mrs. Ralph Tlioma.s of Orange Park presents Mrs. McDonald area located:! off the main front section of paper.Nell's .
e brief address commending the with family heirloom silver urn, left to the club by Mrs. lobby. The side walls are composed
industrious and dedicated ladies Thomas' mother, the late Rose Reynolds of full length windows, divided -
who made possible the ; : bv block buttiesses.Trlest .
5-Mr.. Arthur Ketch In charge of refreshments for the reception -
erection Mrs. McDonald of the new then building.Intl'odl1ced preserts Mrs. McDonald with Dedication Cake. Keystone Heights Construe1/ \ was: the Co builder. tt .................) i

John P. Stevens archi-- 6-A portion: of he capacity crowd that gathered for dedication .

tect for the building: Mrs. Her ceremonies Sunday afternoon. Beauty ShopMELROSE
bert Williams who with M-s. LAKES TO MEET
Charles Oliver donated the land; Miss Peggy Voyles sang gRota The program was concluded Garden Club of the Lakes
CongratulationsTO G. E. Wiggins!. president of the "Bless This Hour" accompanied with the benediction \given by will The meet at 10 a. m. Thursday FLA.
THE Keystone Bank; and former club by Mrs William Rev. William Jones, pastor of Oct. 17. at the home of Mrs. C. Nell and Rene Invite You
Jones at the St. Anne's Episcopal Church of
president Mrs. piano.
Julius Hanson, Lake
E. Strickland Jr on REGULAR HOURS .
Mrs John Bird and Mrs. Da Mrs. McDonald thanked everyone Keystone Corsage making will be .
Keystone Heights Woman's Clubon vid Nelsen. The president also] who had contributed generously Mrs. Arthur Ketch chairmanof ?demonstrated wan. by Mrs. C. C. TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY

recognized Mrs. R. S. Farris, of their time and money hospitality, assisted by Mrs. Bruestle, District 4 corsage 9.00 TO 5:00:
president of the Junior Woman's and expressed' (gratitude to R. Greeson and the Junior: committee Chairman. Each member is CLOSED -r I
Club\ and Mrs. Earl: Vsyles:: the friends of the club for the served refreshments to asked to bring a sandwich MONDAYS i
Your chairman of the clubhouse com beautiful plants and the guests.
arrangements -
Daughters of club members CASH REGISTER PAPER-National Tuesday and Thursday Eveningsby
mittee. for the
Beautiful New BuildingAnd ceremonies. Cash Register and all oih- Appointment Only

the ballot with his own as the cr models. Bradford County PHONE 475-5285
"only qualified candidate." Telegraph. tf
Your Many Years of Unselfish Service to Clay County Demo Committee Newell won the May 7 Demo- LABEL MAKERS, from "If your hair Isn't becoming to you you shouldbe

the Community. Announces cratic primary by a single vote 19.15- Bradford County Tele- coming to us!"
Free DinnerRallyThe margin but Wilson charged poapb. Ph. 984-6305.
that a number of Republicansvoted ....o....- .......o.

Clay Ccinty Democratic Turlington of Gainesville. wUl on the! Democratic ticket I II I
KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember XecutiVe Committee met September speak at 7 o'clock, after which and a new primary was order Let's !
24 with the Democratic a television set will be awardedto ed. Newell won the second primary Bring

F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. nominees In the courthouse at some lucky adult, who must by a 120-vote marlin
Green Ccve Springs be prevent to win. Whichever man finally emer-
It was decided to hold a free Serving cn the rally and din glca as the Democratic nominee DIGNITY AND EFFICIENCY
"Your Friendly! Dank in Your Friendly dinner at Orange Park before ner committee with Mrs. Cooper will face opposition in the
General Election from
Community. the November 5 General Election are Mrs. Mary Hu-tley, the Republican
and Chairman James Nor. Mrs Sophie Harrington. Ra-: Ncth. nomineee, Mrs Hilda info our
ton appointed a committee withMrs. lard Brooker, Louis! Huntley
Beatrice Cooper as chair- Lawrence 'Murray, and J. C. F9.-
NO WAITING AT. gHill's man, to complete the plans. Sapp. #
Mrs. Cooper met with her: All Clay County Democratsare INDIAN BEACH ELECT ;$:, ,
committee at the Club! Continental Invite:! to come out to this
in Orange Park cn September one big rally sponsored by the (Lake ..... F e) e::;,
Garage 28 and it was decided: to Clay County Democratic Ex. By Michael H. ChtttfPh. \
have a free barbecued chicken c-Hlvp Committee. 475-2171 J
dinner on Saturday, Oct. 19. Come: out and meet your _
A A A A AA &
i, from 5 to 7 p. m. at the Otar.;e Democratic candidates.,w>:.3: will .
Park High School. be serving ycu this free barbecue Howdy friends, this is your
ti tf i State Representative Ralph dinner," Mrs. Cooper said rOlling-reporter with a. bit of
f news for all of you customers
Wilson.NewellBout Democratic nominee. (Indian: ;: Beach-ltes. that Isl.) In
a 4i INSPECTION In an affidavit filed last the very near future The Brad
week Newell contends that he ford Telegraph will be comingou.
ResumedIn is a legal resident of the district one day earlier i Wednesday
and that the 1954 redls- ), :.This means I'll have to
CourtDismissed trlcting of the county was Illegal have my'column in one day
i having been done Newell eailer (Monday), Since I at. JTh1i'as
t in Clay County Circuit charges without a quorum of tend! church twice a day on Sunday
ALL MODERN EQUIPMENT FOR Court last week was a motion the Commission being present. this does not leave much
by Incumbent County In dismissing Wilson's motion times to work on my column.So .
GUARANTEED CORRECTION OF Commissioner Luther E. Wilson the court said that the I'm going to have to do A Judge who will .
Green Cove Springs, for a suit would have to be 'settledby some of the news on Saturday.
summary judgment on a suit trial because of conflicting Believe me folks this is not Meet the challenges of a rapidly growing community.
MECHANICAL DJFFJCULTIESHill's against Homer L. Newell whose arguments and set a hearingfor my idea, and I don't like call
i pptrent win of the District today (Thursday> to hear ing you iolks on Saturday or Conduct court In a suitable location in accordance with
One Democratic nomination arguments on earlier motions Sunday any more than you'll Florida Statutes.
last spring is being challengedby filed in the case. like being cal',- d. However
Garage Wilson. The suit originally filed by if the column continues this is Aid prevailing parties by application: of legal resources
I Attorneys for Wilson contend Wilson claimed that Newell tho way it's going to have tabe
that Newell does not live in the who won two primary races to I hope that you won't
I t district from which he ran in become the candidate, was not mind too much, and that I'll VOTE "THOMAS" NOVEMBER
HWY. 11 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. the primary, and which he will qualified because he lived in have your cooperation and sup 5
represent if elected in Novem- District S and was seeking the port as I have had in: the past.If .
i ber. The motion sought also to Dhtrlct 1 seat. Wilson sought at any time on Sunday (till (REPUBLICAN)
have Wilson named as the to replace Newell's name on (Continued On Next Page) (Pd Po1. Adv.)


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tIlUR.1D.U"._ OCT 10. 1968

KEYSTONEHIL1TE& Volgt waa dinner guest of P .

Mr and: ;.rfrs. George Sshasffer. NEWS NOTES tended the Western and HlTF ed.will be served and games play. dedication of the new Woman's Pete and Joyce Barton. Mrs

When Mrs. Sshaef'sr moved tor billy Show: lu Jacksonville: last Club Building Kelly and Mrs. Ward accompanied
Forms were raised out to
Helen Egan Mr. and Mrs. D. W Carpenter -
--- Florida and starts: teaching atKsysto yea, By: weekend. the Ralph FUlmons hometo
J members to help them find out
o (From Preceding: Page) : ie, aha lived In Mrs. ; 1 1i James Wise of Orlando visited the were In Jacksonville Sunday Tampa, and will spend this
home ol Mrs. Pat recreational needs of the!
Father visiting Mrs Helen Walker
ladles! en- Mr. aid: Mrs. M. C. King
Voishfs! home Bath: : EASTERN STAR week; visiting there.
On Tuesday::! evening Mrs. community. The! members will who is Just out of the hospital,
the amusing of the and daughter, Connie last
jyed reminiscing i The first fall meeting contact families In the area to Mrs. Jo Strandberg returned
ana Is staying with her son and
anecdotes which occurred: in the Eastern Star Chapter was held! weekend.Mr.' find out individual: needs. A after a visit with her daughter
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS educational: system at that time October 1 in the Masonic Temple and Mrs. Floyd: Courtney copy of this form will be: placedon family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles and family Dorothy and Sam
Walker. Mark Reddish spent
Wilbur F. McDanlell returned: : f Worthy Matron Paddy Oilrle of Newberry are visiting their the Community Bulletin\ Butler In Ormond Beach. They
home from the V. A. Hospital welcomed members and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Board. the weekend with his grandparents all went to Fitzgerald Ga. Saturfay .

in Gainesville. Friday afternoon guests and those: who had been Stlnson. and family .f' _............___ Mr.. the and Carpenters.Mrs. Clarence and spent the night with
After fcelrj:: in the hospital for ill last spring. Mrs. Jerry Stlnson was iurprl3d Mrs. Strandberg's granddaughter
over three! weeks. Wilbur: was It was announced that Rally with a Stork Shower at French of St. Petersburg, were and her husband Dr. and

obviously: : lkng! forward to a Day will be held at the Masonic: her :home Wednesday night INDIAN BEACH visiting Pap and Reba Norswor-; Mrs. G. S. McIntire Sunday
thy Saturday. The French! and
home in St.Petersburg Those attending were her mother :
happy; ; hcmeccmirg.: When ha ard Eastern Star afternoon, on their way home
DIRECTORY arrived horn: tiers was not: a on November 10. Mrs. Floyd Courtney the Norsworthys, attended the they visited relatives in Way-
him but Thii Is an annual event whenVIEltol'S Mrs. Bill Stlnion: and Mrs. W. wedding of Henry Norswcrthy Ga. Mrs. Strandberg says
trass and waiting f::: ; Thomas Seeks cross
( and and
T. Dupree Mrs. Cecil Court. (From Preceding Page) Pap Reba'ssoni
instead there were two polics gather at the home she had a good time but is glad
RABY'S AUTO cars with!! their blinking lights bringing gifts for the residents.Mrs. ney, Mrs. Richard Stinson, 10 p. m.i, you have any newsworthy Hoydlck in Jacksonville to be back home.

parked:! In his :driveway Fr the Small Claims Jane Dors and Mr. and Mrs, Gene: 'Sapp. Mi'i. Dock happenings after you Mrs French Is Pap's sister. Well people, we got Just whatwe
Ralph and Pat Flllman and
SERVICE Mrs Donald McRae served refreshments Tison Mrs. Bill Singleton, and have been called. I sincerely needed last week more
time within: five-year
: a during the social Mrs. Johnny Ross. hope you feel free! to call me at children of Tampa, spent the Since we haven't had any
Judgeship bug
learned that his
Complete Auto RepairsAir psrlsd.: Wiliar weekend with Pete and Joyce
Mil VIcki Lynn Tlson. daughter the number listed!! It the heading around here lately. This time,
Conditioning Repairs home had:! beet burglarized.: : hour.Mrs.. Bertha Kelly, of Hllhlde, Of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tls : of my column each week. Barton. Fred and Corlne Thie- it'. Mayflies. At least these
Lssal and:! county police; officials Pledging to modernize: the man, of Jacksonville, Joined :
& Automatic Transmission Long Island Chapter Is visiting on, celebrated her ninth birth- Thursday morning Mother, Mayflies: will make the !lists
Service are !investigating pssslbls;: Clay County Small Claims Courtto Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schroeder da" last week with a skating! Grandmother! : Copeland and I them for supper Saturday night. start striking, so all you needIs

PHONE 473-4404 leads fr: the apprehensln of meet the.needs of a rapidly and was among the guests at patty at the Playhouse: Skating wart: to Gainesville to visit my Mrs. Inez Kelly, Mrs, Calvin a good artificial fly, and you
tile law-breakers If any cf our growing community, Ralph Tho this! mestlng. Rink in Gainesville. Sate: received uncle: James Sullivan: of Willis- Ward and Mr and Mrs. Freddie can really catch you a mess offish

Little Lake Bedford leaders can recall seeing a per mas. Oran Park attorney, The next chapter meeting will many lovely gifts, and Ice ton who was having surgery in Waterson and family of .
sons' ) vehicle!: located en or Starke were Sunday guests of
or opened his campaign this week be held October 15. when Past cream and cake were served. tho J. Hillis Miller Medical
BEAUTY SHOP near; teIcDanlell's: : property: aa Republican nominee for the Grand Matrons and Past Grand: Mr. and Mrs. Lss Stepher.jot: Ceater.: We spent the night

last Friday:! please cor.tact:: the court Judie hlp. Patrons will be honored hate returned from a trip with another uncle and aunt.

KEYSTONEBEAUTY boil: authorities.: Thomas has been associatedwith COMMUNITY: CHURCH aboard: where he played golf.: Roy! and Teenle Crenshaw and

Mrs. C. M. Bccer.! of New. Clay County since 1945, The Youth Fellowship groupha Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kline family! and were joined there GAINESVILLEBusiness

SHOP castle. Pa.. is a guest of her having moved to Florida in 1911 ? been reorganized with and son, Ricky of Columbus. later by Uncle James' wife'

sr-in-la\v: and:! daughter\: Mr. from his native Kentucky. He Pachal Carr as the' new dlt'ec'tOI' Ohio are visiting her parents. Aunt Clara Friday night my

EDITH JOHNSON. Owner and :M.-s. Dn Morgan: of Lake holds the first elected GOP post Mr. and Mrs. Carr and Mr and :Mrs. M V. Samson. father!: James picked up Mother'
Personal and Creative Hair Styling : held and Grandmother and brought
Genera! theft three children form. Funeral services were
in the history: of Clay County as :
Every Form of Beauty Mr and Mrs. Bill Morgan and 'District Two Justice of tk er residents of Keystone and Sunday: at 2:30: p. m. for Mis. them home. I was brought DirectoryAUTO
Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed Mr and: Mrs. Everett Fx. of Peace.In recently moved into the Kings- Lucile E. Zillman at graveside home later by Otis Melton after
Monday. in the Melrose Cemetery with! we attended a fine offensive
Keystone, were Saturday! eve- launching his campaign, busy development area.
nlrz: dinner guests. of Mr. and Thomas cited the need for an efficiently Mrs. William Bell of the Sudan R...". Thomas Geyir conducting: and defensive display by the GARDEN SUPPLIES
NURSERY Mrs. Durrell Vincent, of Doc- small claims Interior Mission in Nicaragua the services. MI s. Zillman died Bradford Tornadoes* against St.

tc "'s Inlst. Other! guests Included court along operated with, other governmental spoke at the general meet. last week following! a long Ill. Augustine Saturday my brother BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Paris, Inc.

D.C. Carnes NurseryHwy. :! 'oimer: Keystoners. Jim bodies "dcs to the pace Ing of Church Women Monday: ness. Our sympathies: to herhwband Wayne and Don Norris of OLDSMOBILE: Complete Line of
: Carl Zillman. Jacksonville attended the Flor -
and:! Glrla Hethe.-ington: night. Mrs. Bell and her family
100. Florahome 639-2165 Martha: and Frank Tclr rl: Mrs setting growth of Clay County a IT on a year's furlough here Miss Carolyn; TisDn of Gainesville ida-Mississippi State lootball SALES .A SERVICEFine SEEDS PLANTS
Nursery Stock Thousands of Tolford reports: that son. Frank. and the tremendous" challenges Church Circle meetings will and Miss Charlotte Hart game with some friends and Selection of Used Can Insecticides Pel SuppliesFERTILIZERS

Plants & Fruit Trees to choose Is ncw serving; a 2-year tour of the future here. be held on Oct. 21 as follows: of Fairbanks visited Carolyn's saw the Gators gobble up the Taken On Cadillac Trades
from Shade Trees. Evergreens & of caty! in Italy. Thomas says he will requestthe Mrs. S. E. Kennedy's circle at parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Bulctogs 31.14 Also on Saturday, S001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378.5301 "We Rent Fertilizer<< Spreaders"

Landscape Plants In containers. Mrs FiarX: Ottinger Is spendIng county in accordance with the home of Mrs. Thomas Nor Tlson last weekend. Mr and my parents went to Cedar Key, 221 N. W. 8th Ph. 372-0476

CAMELLIAS ti AZALEASLet a week: with her set: and provisions of Chapter 42-20 wood on Lake Santa Fe 1:30.: Ml'''. Dock Titan and daughters, and:! got some oysters. Sunday CRANE MEN'S WEAR
Florida Statutes to provide a Mrs. David Nelson's: at the Irma: and Vicki! visited:! Mrs. visitors of the Chittys Included: LINCOLNMERCURYAuthorised __
da l'-In-law sgt. and Mrs.
Us Do Your Landscaping :'wht ,
suitable location where: cou:t can ThcYs: sister Mr. and Mrs A. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jerden of
home of Mrs.' M. A. Schroederon Service
L Teni'le.:;: of Blytheville.! Avk.MI'S Sales STAG 'N DRAGStanley
be held In an efficient and dignified Half Moon 1:30 M Howell, of :Mtcanopy. Homervllle and Franklin Hal-
Lake. : Mrv 372.4373
Lo:: :'aire Dey and Step 2201 N. Main Ph.
manner. foio. also of Homervllle Ga., Blacker
han Brckas: students:: at FSU Welter Orollck's at the home of Aleut: 33 people:: attended the
With the present Jurisdiction and my grandparents Hubert Arrow Dress Shirts
wers !home:: far: weekend:: visit Mrs. Henry: Mickle on East semi-annual! meeting: of the Crane Imports
of the court all civil and Palma Chitty of Starke. We Puritan Sweaters
Hanks Used Cars M.-i. Jim Bceler and Pete : over cass La :'.:vlew Drive: 1:30.: Mrs. Wm Melrc.se Cemetery Association:
: scn. at law up ta $300. exclusive of also had a surprise visit by my Peters Jackets
Beam Sr circle at the home of
last week, after Saturday, Twelve' new members Volvo MO Austin::
BIG CASH DISCOUNT returr::d hms
allowable attorney fee and Mss John Hlmble 1:30.: Morn- acded.: second grade school teacher, Gainesville Ladles Sportswear
were E.
TERMSBUY 'pp'idi.ig; : : two years in Hawaii. would the law Mr. Annabelle Devlin who U UNIVERSITYand
costs. I act. as In? Circle at new home of Mrs Don't: forg.-t t the New Life BI. Phone 372-4251 2 STORES-13 W.
husband. Jim
SELL TRADERT. Martha: S-'san's! provides to award Interest, Nettle Stltchberry. <:30.: Night- bit Club which will begin meet- now living In Cocoa. She will *"""" GAINESVILLE MALL
was expected hems::: on Mnday work there for a year in the
when allowable at the legal encales meet at 7:43: at home of BEAUTY ACADEMY
1. BOX 90 Tuesday of this: week Jim In? i.) :Melrose each WednesdayIn Brevard HOMES
or School system MOBILE
rate from the due date of obli
Hwy. 100. 8 Miles S. Starke MIRoy Bridges. Rebeccas ftcnt :of: Yeomans Appliance
is the !:n of Mr. and Ms BjdBeMer :: Monday, Mother Grandmother -
gation b the date of judgment! nvet 8 p. m, with Mrs. Myron Stoie. It will be :held right at rechll POWELL'S
of Peach! St. Jim and and I went to Gainesville, MUSTANG
Is the custom of the Florida Frivatt Sr.IIOMEMAKERS.
as : : and Is fcr children:: In
CONCRETE PRODUCTS MnI'M: Susan will be residing:: to take Mrs. Ida Whitehead to Beauty AcademyLearn
the candidate said. : : CLUB
courts graces one: through six. Parents!' Mobile Homes Inc.GalnuvlUe' .
Ir Sta-ks. the Clinic at the J, Hlllls Muter ,
Thomas further Improvement Right of the Consumer" will
promises must send: a not!' giving children
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR M:', and Mrs.: Jim Zowarkaand of the court by mod. be the program topic when: the permission to: attend. Medical Center. While there a Profession In Your Discount Mobile

CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE children! attended the wed- ernizing the rules of procedureIn Homemakers Club meets at 10a. Duplicate Bridge we visited Uncle James Sulli- Spare Time. Full or Part Time Home Sales Lot.
THE BEST FROMEdward's dlnj: of Miss Cathy Darby, of 219 N.W 10th 378-2766 NEW MOON CAPELLAAs
order to provide simple Inexpensive in. Wednesday, Oct. 16. in Winners last week of Melrose van.Mr.
Jacksonville:: on Sunday. Cathy and speedy adjudication the Clay Electric conference Duplicate! Bridge Cluo were: and Mrs. James Robbins Low as $100 Down
Building U the daughter: of Mr. and! Mrs. of all cases before him. room.PtRSONALS. Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs. S had their sens, Billy and Jim- ELECTRIC MOTORS 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1348
Jim Dnrty, cf Jac:::unvl1h and:! my home for the weekend from
Supply Inc. He also pledges to aid prevail P. Saihotf: 1st plac! ; Mrs. B. and GLASSLIDDELL
!K'ystsne Hijhts. Father Edward ing parties In the procedure: of ,!Mrs. Alma Frost has, returned A. Allen and: Mrs. J, W. Fester, Jacksonville.Mr. ELECTRIC PAINT
726 S. Main 3724841GAINESVILLE. \ : Kiiay. cf St. WUllam'sCat11:11c recovery: through attachment from a summer visit with relatives 2nd place; :Mrs. Mary Cook and and Mrs. F. W. Muriayand PAINT

FLA. :: Church! officiated:: at garnishment and replevin, as in the Boston. Mas}. M:?. Iva Hillyer, 3rd place; Evans Mr and and daughter Mrs. Stacy Charles of Motor Repair Co.

the man also granted by law. area. Mrs J. B. Coleman: and Mrs.R. & GLASS CO.
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.HI1)'don .
Mrs. Henry: Hall, Jr nrd two Holding a Doctor of Law degree Mr. and Mrs. Dona former P. Hollls:: 4th place. Ot Gainesville Inc. door-
WATCH REPAIRS Smith aid: children, Glass Mirrors -
sent: of B-.wick.: :: Ga., wets from the University of Ml.ami. Keystoners, stopped by for a PI A MEETS! Repairing RewindingNew
along with Jimmy Allen from Enclosures Shower Doors
iese-.it:: gjestsA M:. and HenryHall. Thomas also did under chat with the Louis Kyles last Over one hundred parents and and Used Tub
Anthony Crawford Sr.: sf :C' ystone. graduate work at the Universities L. week" Mr. Kyle is recovering teachers! gathered In the cafeteria Live Oak were weekend guestsof 2818 N. W. 16th Ph. S7 -8318 Furniture Tops Windows
Mrs. H. T, Smith and Mrs Windows Awning
Cat;:: John! 'Mac1 Hall scans of Florida and 'Alabama. He from an Illness and enjoyed of the Melrose Elementary !
Ruby Wolfe. 16th
116 N. W. -
Watch Repair Kerry Hall. left last week for: entered the practice of law In this visit of old friends. School Monday night far: the Mrs. Emory Sullivan Just returned FARM and INDUSTRIAL

Service Ft Sill. O the convention of the National The officers and committee .
nest;:red to an artillery! unit. new :
served as city attorney ar.d secretary Honolulu Hawaii with her
All Makes and Models Capt. Hall has jest ccmjleted:; League of Postmasters in Las chairmen: were introducedand !
of the Chamber of Com husband who was there on Rest Santa Fe Tractor National :
a year's tcur ct duty in Viet- Vegas last week. She U the expostmaster plans for: the: coming year
coerce, later becoming associated and! Recreation Leave from
PHONE 473-4219 of Benham Ky. were discussed. The: club hopesto : FORDFarm Machine Co., Inc.
with th: firm of Lazonby Vietnam Mr. Sullivan is expect
Keystone Heights Fla. nam.Mrs. M-s Veta Sherwin also of involve as members as
; Elmer Howell has JustiU"rl Nelco
Cell, Graham & Wilcox InGalneivlll ed home In January, Tractors & ImplementsUSED Pfaff New Home -
Hlway 100. 2Vi Miles East of : !horns after a summersi.st '. Postmasters Village and ex- possible In the: work of the PTA Several of our Indian Beach- Used and RepossessedSales
postmaster of' Glasgow Ill, this It is hoped: : that
Keystone Heights year. parents
; with triads:! asdelatlves All Makes
Prior to moving to Orange Ites were in Keystone Heights PART SERVICE Repairs
Watch for Sign In Front of li:, te: Xs:th. :\If's. H:;s'rll's t.; a- Park be served Joined the group from Lake will volunteer to help the; Sunday afternoon attending the SALES 376-2548 611 W University 378-13S3
scenic as city prose Geneva. Mr and Mrs. William staff at the! school: : to improve; 4483 N W. 6th -
House vets tek: hsr into many :
Canada. cutor In Venice. Fla. Baker arranged for the group'strip learning conditions for the children. .
-nits In Thomas Is n01lon leave of Mr Baker is postmasterof .

absents as chairman of the Lake Geneva and owner and R'iht note Mrs. Maud Watkins -
When You Cue An Andrews Charge Clay County Republican Execu- developer of Postmaster Vil principal needs parentsto ??Li C'rftV

Account 'tlve Commute. Is Constitution & ; come: In: and work: on a one "

Your Prescription Tax Records Bylaws Chairman of the Orange lage.We regret that the recoveryof to one basis with the children: b 14.11 0.A.U1UI
Park Lions Club and Is a member Mrs. James McEachern. who seieral days a week.
are Kept For You By Us of Grace Episcopal Church. underwent eye surgery at the There is also: need of moth-

Andrews DrugsFor A veteran o' World War II, Eye tt Ear Infirmary in Boston. era to volunteer to:: stay in the t !

he holds the Purple Heart for Mass, has not been too good j'.tk: scam: with children who become

Fast! Delivery Dial 964-7170 inju-les:! received In the North and another operation was ill) at school! and need

African campaign. He is married Chtduled for last Monday. someone: with them until their: ,,

IT the former Emily Reynolds :Mrs.\ Arthur Ketch returnedto parents can: be contacted to ,.

of Jacksonville and Keystone Keystone last week, and reports take them home. .

STARKE NURSING HOME Heights, and they have : that her mother 1 15 still Mrs. Watkins Introduced the :
four children ages 11 through I hospitalized and will be for a faculty and staff and told: of N
"1 1. fev more weeks. Her addressIs her plans: for the school. 1 O

808 S. COLLEY ROAD : Mrs Ancle Bell Thomas, Over 90 people:: were placedon .v
TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Room 204. Escambla General t the membership list.
Phone 964-6220 Starke Florida Electric. For sale or rent. Hospital Pensacola. Fla Kindergarten Parents 1 N

Bradford County Telegraph. Mrs. Fern Huckert returned There will be a Parent' Teachers .

1. We have complete nursing service for adults of hone from the. hospital last meeting!: for kindergarten '

aU ages. ADD MACHINE ROLLS, Filday.MELROSE. parents Thursday: Oct. 17, at f 0 '\te(
File Folders complete line of 7:50: p, m. at Melrose Elementary (

flee supplies- The Telegraph. School.: Both: parents are YIff '''' TyPor
2. We bar R.N/s and L.P.N.'s on duty 24 hours Pb 964-6305. urged!: to attend this meeting.At alple\
a day. this time the kindergarten ,1iIa
teacher: will explain what Is P

Don't Be planned for your child for the ..... .E
3. We have our own X-rsy and laboratory. (Mr.
tFrom Preceedlng Page] coming year. It Is also ai: op- '--11I'"
James Monerlef Is our full time licensed technician DECEIVEDBy po>t unity to:: find out how your

). Ford, aid friends. chid!. Is doing ,.-'
Advertised Prices Mrs. Ada Ford: entered' Brad- Junior Girl Scouts
4 We are licensed for 53 bed by the State Boardof Total cost of contract la Cord County Hospital last week The Junior: Girl Scout Troop ,

Health License No. 161. what you actually par. Get for surgery. C27 held a skating party at the
the REAL FACTS before Mr. and Mrs. Philip: Morris Pa: !','ouae Skating!: Rink in

5. We hare a modern fireproof building with central you sign. Our payments are and! son: Timothy: : have moved: Gainesville Saturday The: girls .

alr-condltloner and best. from $8 to $16 per month from: Melrose to Tifton. Ga. were accompanied!= by Mrs. 'p.
less, with tile same down John! Lewis war admitted to Dock Tlson Scout Leader Mrs. .
payment and number of the hospital last week. Bill Singleton Assistant Scout
6. We are wlthla two block of the Bradford County
months to pary. a pert Mr. and Mrs Freddie Frd- Leader, and -Mrs. Bill Copelar.o -
Hospital. bank financing- No hidden rlkkson and son: of Gainesville: and Mrs. Gene Sapp.:
charge. Ten top manulto- spent last weekend visiting their The Scouts:: also were in arvJ.

7. We have a fine stiff of Doctors serving the Home. urea represented. parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. Jimmy charge of toe flag ceremony at III.b

LOW Price: and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the Melrose Elementary PTA _M" fO"T pD.LL !:!::: tD
Mathews.! last Monday: night. S MG.T0N I "II1hctl
8. We are V.A. approved. OVERHEAD !Mr. and Mrs. Dock TUol MAC MEETING HELD h.b rp..

and daughters: Irma and Vicki, 'The: Melrose Action Committee nd

9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency. Doe It! attended the graduation of i Aelr held its monthly! meeting OM- romp
eldest daughter: Carolyn last Tuesday night.!! The main topicof tD raE; ,PLtO rr

The Owners week! in Galr.ejvlll: at Santa conversation: was "trick or 5
10. We are approved under Medicare. Fe Junior: College. Carolyn has tree*. for UNICEF" plans. f5JiJ1'' tD..i.cft.. oJ1. ..bThfl.
Dad and Brad- completed hvr year of traf.lng Eoxes will be passed out at ,1111lP" 044b 0. Jt,1..f. ._/ JtJI1.

11. We are large enough to give all nursing services Drive The Trucks.: in the Licensed Practical Nur- school to children: : who wish! to yo- oJ1.cJitLDJ'I...

ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY 43 Program and will enroll In pa-.tlclpate.! Filmstrips will be J: &oJC&.b ....-
small to provide
.n adult may need but enough
the Registered Nurse Program shown to: I show them them\ 10A0" 00
a family atmonphere. 8 10 12 WIDES at Santa: Fe in January. She is poi'ar.ce' of work done: by UNI wI 1rl( Dr 5

1/ BATHS nov: employed at Alachua Gen- CEF. There will also be a party o.b 0. $>> b I"1
12. Mr. J. H. Moncrief Is la charge of complete lab- AND EXPENDABLES erui Hospital for children who participate at 111 QN\,; QO'HI"p.f PphM

oratory and X-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 524. Mr and Mrs. Gene: Sapp and the Parish!! House. Refreshments :1\ "'",
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for in Las "but- THURSDAY. OCT. 10. 19/r6/
I rim year kindergartens year students1 were
nesday evening Oct
Bradford County In with the bed: to the old building for Misses Elaine E. Reddish. James Worrel
public schools'' with 26 in Mrs. Junch. from Thank'glvlng until Ann Salter were Don Baffin of Plant City
Anne Warne's room thf end of the school year queens Misses : Friday overnight visitors
Beginning Tuesday. Oct. 13 when work on the new kitchen and Vicki Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barber
-I By :MM. D. E. Hill first graders and kindergartners was delayed several times. The Sandee Dyal Youngblood Macclenny called Thursday
will remain for the full net kitchen Is just across the waiting and Misses .
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT L'lN day The first six weeks! of hall from the mult1-purpose son, Toni Stone and Mrs. Jay Boyette
IIAI.I.OWEE'S CARNIVAL SET school they have been going ,room planned as a dinning Kennan maidens. children of Valdosta Oa. f
Enrollment at Hampton Elemental home at 12:30: each day Mrs. room during that part of the The girls spoke the weekend with Mrs. ,
'y School was up to 17"! Paul said.Teachers. school day. Sinks range and Scripture verses they : mother. Mrs. Ed Dur-
Uti) ,, week higher than in many at the school this some cupboards have already mpilzed for their .
vraii; according: to Mrs. Maile yew include Mrs. Wane Mrs. been Installed, but serving tables Steps: and told of :! Elizabeth Terry spent
n Paul. school principal.Last Enid Corbln Primary 1; Mrs. and work space Is still to where mission work : and Saturday with Mr.
vear's enrollment: high was Nancy Tischler. Primary 2; be set up before Mrs. Brown before receiving their : Mrs B. L. Wllklson Jr.
170he/ < said although a good Mri Cheryl Ellerbi. Primary and Mrs. Prevatt can prepare and charm bracelets. family in Jacksonville.
3, Mrs. Nancy Bell and William lunches at the school. F. Heiken
part of the year it stayed about new ition of their work: and Mrs. V.
inn./ Cliett. Intermediate.Teachers' Several dots gathering In the Mrs. Lawton received an announcement
The annual PTA Hallow (!n aides are Miss Janice school yard have been a prob. served as Junior GA a new grandson's arrival ont
Carnival Is scheduled for Satin Paul and Mrs. Lila Dyal. Cafe. lem In the last two or three for the church year 4 In 'San Diego, Calif. The
'da v. Oct. 2fi and cochairme ter.a workers are Mrs Florrls weeks, Mrs. Paul said and uk- pleted Mrs. Don Hill ) rents are their son-in-law and
are Mrs. Janice Hall and Beil Brown and Mrs Clifford ed that dog owners keep theirsat mediate counselor Mr and Mrs. Nick
Mr-. Chester. Seal Is. Prevail. ColMe. Rigdon is Janitor home if possible during Horace Dyal as GA olo.Mr.
PTA Piesldent Paul Meua school hours to avoid the possibility : Other girls taking and Mrs. Norman Patrick
al: r n announced! a workday at The kitchen at the new : that children might bs service were Miss Green Cove Springs were
the school on Saturday. Oct. II.nn,1 school not Installed last year bitten and or dogs be run over Youngblood. pianist; his parents, Mr. and
all Interested persons arc when the school was built, has by busses or cars in the school bu'us' Pearsall .. Bill Patrick on Friday.
n..k(1 to come. been practically completed drhe Gloria Rhoden. Mary < Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Of( the school enrollment, Mrs Mr.. Paul said but not yet fin. GA'i Have Coronation Helen Pearsall and E. J, Cauley and family
Paul: said that clashes arc even l.sl-ed for use Food is still be. Junior and IntermediateGirls' Williams. '(' Mrs. Mildred Kenedy and
ly dlstiibut ranging from2i ln / t-: 33. Klndeigaiten particularly kitchen and transported; to Hampton: Baptist Church: were Hampton's new : Kenedy Is Mr. Cautey's
: showed a large inciease thf new school where students recognized for their forward building was I Other visitors were Mrs.
ova) last year. which was the eat In the multi-purpose room .steps' work in a GA coronation week, by the brother Frank Star-
ceremony" at the chinch Wed- and sons: of Whltehouse.!
and Mrs. John: .Tye and
were visiting Mrs.
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aWl $ D a I IMALDNE Mrs.family Thursday. Joyce.at L.home over M.Futch of McClellan here last the spent week and weekend.with Mr.and the

,.' MaxIe visiting Reddish Mr. McClellan's and "son '

Mrs. W. H. Hall and
brother and sister-in-law,
and Mrs. Elmer Hall in
Visiting the Me-
over the weekend were
Gold son and daughter-in-law
and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan
children of Sulvester, Ga.
and Mrs. Burchfleld Miller
; ( daughter and Mrs W H.
of Sanford spent S' "n-

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