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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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"., lI : : )5 SIII Teenagers

Is SetTrial

of Mrs. Sue Witch- (5 :: 1Y N Given Council

er Thomas, 30-year-old ,

Lawtey mother or two I

charged with first degree

murder of her husband on Discipline

March' 14, has been set

for 9:30: a, m. Nov. 13. A

venire of 115 names were procedureQuiered

drawn Tuesday afternoonby l 41

I Circuit Court Judge

George; L. Patten.

1\irs. Thomas was indicted bya

Bradford jtrand jury on May Building Set
Federal I It
14 and when arraigned in: Circuit New First A policy problem concerning -

Court pleaded not guilty handling of teenagers :

and not guilty by reason of whose conduct at 5
stressed concrete and with decorative around March or April
sea defense. Her trial was first Construction i.s scheduled to 1 begin occupancy
set for June :3 but was continued in mid-November outer panels of u brown pebble of 1060! Mizell says. City Fwecreation Department ) -

by Judge Patten at the request on a new finish. Exterior of the build. Architectural firm is Don Mor- dances makcit

of Mrs. Thomas' attorney building for the First Federal ing will be brown and white. and Associates of Orange necessary to call the police
gan
Slgsbee L. Scruggs Gainesville Havings and Loan Association of "The building will feature modPark.. was brought to the City

attorney' Starke. ern design in a conservative vain No cost figure on the new Council Tuesday night.
venire for the To be located
Names for the on West Madison "
Nov 13 trial were drawn in Street ICI'OIIra''m Andrews with the accent on convenience, }building will be released. Recreation Bard M mb"l'

open court in the presence of Mizell says. First Federal opened for bosincss lames Bloodwctth toll t'i' C-iuti-
Drugs, according to President B.F. It will have drive-in window "If It Bet to the: pOllltI"ht'I'
Circuit Court Clerk C. A, Darby a in Starke on July 24, 1964. ell that
:\Mi/ell; the new building will feel It I1 C I'SII'y U) ,, 4e.
and Deputy Sheriff Dolph and a night depository plus u Assets at present: are $3.5 mil !' we
Reddish and a Telegraph repoiter. contain approximately 2,500() greatly! expanded parking urea. cull: the Police: D!;:I"''tm lIt. Idon't f ljj

souare t feet. It will be built of pre- The building could be ready :for lion. think they ought to( "gel 4 M
: and li'-'i'-:
Blcodwoit'i
The 115 names were drawn art free

from the approximately 400 '\ I'Mtlo'i Director! Gene: : Rnybuinirfn 44r"f
names ticketed! as potential Jurors j'r' ,.', "J." 'erl to a recent incident In 5 et

by the Board of County Local Officials Seek ? wh'cVi: pcllca tcc'! three( tO nUse '

Commissioners! in January. hays: floe u tl.mce at the' i'1'lAimviy > t

The Circuit Court list Is revised sI k r \ on North T'ntpl'\ l but

each January and the names f1 did nut char-is' tlu-m ( 1

an- placed in a metal box Piper Plane Plant Ravb'jrn.aid! the p-lice w.'re t x

which is then sealed. The seal t t called because fi" boy*. put' 'ticjilailv -

is troken by the Judge In open one. was Intoxicated. Tl>', .

court and after the drawing the Official-!+ in Keytone Heights[ Tuesday joined hands: one youth hud ti\> !b: :? cutvisd t to(

box is re-sealed. with interested citizens and officials Bradford County -* the' police cn baci:! .ts' ? h: wus!
Summons to appear In courton unable to walk. Rnybvn! ?nld.
and Starke in an effort to get Piper Aircraft Corporation
Nov 13 will be Issued by Police Chief Ba'y BlRgs sji'l

the Sheriffs Department next to locate a plant in this area. t f. ht had handled, the casa himnflt America Set

week. Failure to appear with of the '::ulln Miss
-1 I 1- and that two > "
"In letter addressed to ljJ1
out first being excused by the! a Ted Oglesby, director of the were" not arunk The third oil"IntoxIcnUd.

Judge would result in contemptof Howard Piper, vice presidentof Vo-Tech Center: Dave L, Shuford !. said, bit Ii"
court charge.The the company, Mayor R. C. chairman of the BradfordCounty Mr. and Mrs James! M. Blackshrnr and eon Tommy rert'lvtf !: Biggs
allowed! the: other! two vn'n.-i: to Fair Here
Incident which brings Starves calls attention to the Commissioners! ; E, L. the Silver star Medal! awarded tm?tliuinou ly io SpvcUllst James'! take the t.iird: one horns! Bi(K':I To Visit

Mrs. Thomas to trial occurred 2.000 acres ot undeveloped area Matthews, publisher of The G. BlackMiear: for gull entry in action III Vlrtiuin. Presenting the twirl\ attempted to lasat: : tin
after midnight on March 14 in of the (Keystone Heights) afrport Telegraph: Wally Fordyce. '1'1'1'01011lit the I'nltersity of Flor- The chl'f milk the first time a celebrityof
and the fact that the Key medal and lhi rlUllmi in a ( patents but: cculd:! rot.:: Miss America, Judith Ann
in Aero Club national I has,''4vee
Thomas home Lawtey.At of the ; renown
the president
stone Bradford section is free Ida Army ROTC unit MAS ('01 l. Arid Mitchell Ii-ft. mid It wan his deciilM to that time the sheriffs office Clyde Xerwillegar. chairman of appeared at the :Berry Festival..
of contamination of air and the youth, who DlnH sail was BI'adrord'ICounty' at the opening -
nil that MM. Thomas called water," a news release"front' the Bradford County Develop- inn son of..11 ccunty offici.d, "UIaVOI' day of the Bradford Straw.beiry : .
thrt county jail about 2 a. m. m i.t Authority; Wayne'Whlfta James Blackshear Awarded
the Starke-Bradford County Spec. and not press cliameiBjth Festival, next March III"r-
and asked that an ambula.coand of the Chamberof
president
,
Chamber of Commerce stated.," j Rayburn! and Blrsdwoith\ Miss Ford'a appearance! lias'
be sent to her Commerce Bascom F.
a deputy The Keystone Helghts-Starke-! ; repeatedly stated they wei-" not been arranged by Mac Baldwin. 51922:
home Thomas was taken to Mizell, president of the First ActionThe ;
In Vietnam
Bradford Hospital where he was Bradford County group hopes Federal: Savings and Loan Association Silver Star riUtclzlng the psllcc dC'pal'L'ment Staike Chevrolet Oldsmobile
willconsider said that Crit.'f dewier' through the Oldsmcblle
that the Piper Corporation Rayburn
pronounced dead at 2:43: a. m. of Starke; S, L, Peek, matic fire from two directionsand
locating its assembly !has been very helpful In Division of General Motorswhich '
.23 Florida Silver Star was awarded Biajs
shot with a
He had been Jr. president of the RegisteredTo
Blackshear order
ca'.ibre semi-automatic pistol. plant for 1U PA-35 Pochano Bank at Starke; and Carl posthumously. to Specialist Socialist l>.itrolllig the dances and coining sponsors Miss America!
ed the to move to the rear
Plane well an men dapnitnie-t was on nation-wide: appearances.
Cummutor as aa a'n his
MM. Thomas remained In Hurst of Starke. James 0, Blackshear, U. S. :
mayor
through the opening of hertrlaiin assembly operation for the The release further Army for "gallantry In ac and set up a perimeter. Real Balled They also slid such InciSnts Baldwin said this week that ,hlfirm >
jail news
izing that he was in the best been working for VoteTerming
Cherokee. Lit tint has
Piper tion" In Vietnam March 17 are now
released of on
June. She was stated: : "Other letters sup-
bend June: One of the stumbling blocks being in ceremonies Friday morning. location to give covering fire. a policy is needed.:! months to arrange the appearance ,
under a 513.UUO\) on po:'!. to the proposal are Blackshear remained
Specialist here and! !
facing; the Is one of the girl nt tin of ,Miss America
and
::*?. groups sent by many who believe that receiving the award were his Th; !bsys! it an "unusually
effective
v bc'ind and placed Fri
: confirmed last
basic! criteria established by the Bradford-Keystone joint!: effort parents Mr and Mrs. JamesM. dances'!: need to krow: something that it was heavy registration even for u

PI1J.I'-thaL the location shouldbe is worthy of citizens sup Blackshear of Kingsley fire on the enemey. WILL be dine if t'ifjbieak '! day Oct II, general election," Mi \, NevaFlynn.
New "While doing so, Specialist Ford's.vied ,
TypeReport within 100 miles of theil'Vero port as an indication to piper Lake, and his brother, Tommy, Blackshear was seriously \ rules of cstrfud.: Ray- No details of Miss supervisor of elections
available
Beach plant The Keystone All craft Corp. that this area of TIle citation stated that Black- bum stilted "That Mr Raybiirn here are yet reported that 4IX Bradford
wounded but continued to give
Airpark is 170 miles from Florida can meet the needs of shear led his company in a will call the Police Department; however. Count la us had registered to
fire for his squad until
Cards covering "We feel that having a national
Verc Beach. Piper and as a demonstrationof "movement to contact m1eston" killed the and f.iat: the Police:! Dspattin'iUwill : vote when the books closed Oct,
by enemy.
he
was in Starkewill
the celebrity here
Letters of support to pro. "
unity and cooperation; between and that three enemy do omsi.hlng 3.:
posal submitted by the Brad bunkers were discovered and Specialist Blackshear's supreme said( create considerable Interestin that the nor, .
the communities and peo. Blcnriwoifi: and Rayburn : Mis Flynn said
To Be Issued ford.Keystone officials have pie willing to work together to destroyed. sacrifice were and in extraol'dlnaryheroism keeping with an understanding! U needed between :: cur fair, Baldwin told tie: ', mal Increase would have bet'n j I IabLUt 1
from Dr. Joseph Fordyceof Telegraph 'i'i "
come better their respective areas Then, the citation says "The traditions of the tho City Ccuncll. the 200 and attributed th"
the highest will
Santa Fe Junior College: Miss Ford'a appearance
squad received intense auto. } Jump the Third party and
Parents who have children (Continued nn Pope Fuiu) (Contlniiod- on I'age Four to
attending Bradford High School -. the voting drive conducted by
Sect etal'Y of State Tom Adams
and the Bradford: Middle Schoolare

in for a change in the report Officials Optimistic With the new regUlrallonsadded
to the rolls 5<))22 personsai
this
card department year.
now eligible to vote In Ihft
The report cards will be issued
on (Friday at BHS. A sep county with 5,737 registering as

arate card will be Issued for Interest In Democrats 161 as Republicans
attends Strong Fire Protection and 24 at Independe
each, class the student litfoie: the books opened lit
and the student will receive the Democrats
5,383
card from the teacher of each residents emphasizing the necessity .... failed to shew up fr the second Jure there were
Interest In Lawtey and: Hampton and 115 Republicans
will of fire ,protection and of straUht, meeting..
Pal'entalslgnatul'eA
course. in ccunty-wide, fire protection making a total of
Independents
not be required; the cards will seems strong after meetings a volunteer effort The letters It was last Thu'.'day that tho
5514.
will also announce the time and committee decided to met with (
not be returned to the school
with the city councils and Looking at it precinct by predict +
Principal Ralph Diggs sakV interested citizens last week."I place for a meeting of residentsto officials in Lawtey and Hums: \ we find: Precinct No. I,

the new system will help thestuder think we've 'Because as he receives fire department represented as had been requested ReCI'CoL'tlO:1 fi
going: now, County Csmmls- R, 0 I; No. 2, Lawtey
Ms car"' from each teacher, he stor.er-Elcct Ralph Bryan said "I dcn't believe yo.i can 'fnd at the Thursday meeting ': Hall 347 D, 7 R, 0 I.: No

will be able to discuss with the Wednesday: morning. The Starke anyone who! wouldn't help Ills 3 Fair Building, 295! D, 5 R, 0

teacher the crao.: for that ccuncll-county: commission fire neighbor put a fire oit-that's Bryan said the committee's I; No 4 Maintenance: Building, I
course what we're talking about" Bryan next step will be to meet" with D 0 I No. 3 BHS Aud-
protection committee met Monday 2BU:: 7R :
Explaining un>' a signautie nUht with Lawtey officials told th3 Lawtey group. r Rt Starks area residents within the iloiium, HOI D, 24 R, 4 I.: No

will not be required! Dlggs tuld'Continued and rue day night In Hampton County Ranger J. C Prevail 1 1rsl next fw ,weeks K, Sulazar residence, 207 D, 2 R

on Page Four) Bryan :described Hampton's of the Forest Service explainedto The committee plan is to establish 21: No 7 RJE High School,

reaction to the: committee's pro.posal : the Hampton group how firefighting fire districts using the 3111/ D, :o, R, 0 I, '

;1 9t as "terrificI"! That town equipment, trucks and area just outside the Starke r.'o 8, Old Armory 628. D,

t Fried Chicken already::! has: a volunteer fire depatment tankers, can be obtained- corporate limits and:! the towns Ill' R, J I; NOf! Southslde
1. IhrQugr'i: his depiirtmrnl. H' cf: B/ocker.: Hamptcn and:! Law- School 311 D, 18 R, 3 I; No 10
established with eight
:
.' said he believes Hampton cart weald Community Hall 345
Supper active members and 1948 Ford tey Starks area residents: Thoies:
x m truck which obtain with case the 1,000 gallon establish a volunteer: department D 18 R, 3 I; No 11 Hampton
2'50-!; allcn capacity
;
11.Bradford County\ empties in 1 1.2 mlnl.:, es. Twomemel'S tanker. with a fire tuck: and a CJtV HPll. 322 D, 9 R, 3 I: No.
'" Prevail commented that .1') t 10,000 ta 12,000 gallon tanker 12 Library i91 D, 5 R, 11; No.
forme. 'iremen.
/Fairgrounds: are ::
'. 5 counties in Florida have laktu Etch of the towns would also establish 13-A Terwlllegar Motors. 424 D.
negotiating
Hampton U presently
$1 Plate advantage of the surplus equipment !( a vatjitesr: department an 0 I; No 13-B, Ratllff residence.
the Florida! Forest Service
with: :
with the exception, of Bryan explained to both the 59!! D, 4 R, 0 I: No. 14,

"' 'Sponsored ,increase far a its 1.C30 fire galln fighting tanker capa to Bradford aid:: Union. He said he ::1'b Lawtey and Hampton groups Struth residence, 217 D, ;3 R, 0

} has been working with the town thai lh:! d'pa.-tments established I: No. 15-A. Brooker Commun-

? .lathertit. city"With of Brooker and has told the city .N there would encompass:: more Ity House, 229 D, 13 R, 2L: and
the nucleus have
you council:: there all that has to b; / than: Just the towns. N') 13-B.: Moody's Store KM D,
Starting at 6(j 1'I :\(.' we believe Hampton coulrl bz
done is to file a request. Brook- The centrally located tanker, 2 R, 0 1.SnlOkey.
the model, Bryan told the 14
; ,Support Your Flat er al.'eidy: has a 1,500 gallon ncccrdi .II ta the plan discussed,
present in city hall Says:
,1'1 Chapters perfis night fire truck: : and a water system New Berry Queen Crowned toy the committee cull: be sent

:%,, 4 ___ ,,;': Tuesday"You've got the best te!! Fire Committee meet. the smalle trucks that Bald bIn t'4
H1IS Rand 1'arentiMeet w ISINDCtLAi5/
> we've seen so far, Mlsi Cathy Lynn Whitehead 13-year-old
Jag lest Thursday, Oct 3, in the la 1966. When In high school she WM a ma- towrs. A big promblem fighting
Tues Oct. 22
:!! Starke Councilman Ge.-ald Williams Y.

blue-eyed Starke with brown hair bat
airloultui-e building in Slaike beauty Jorelte for two yearn and was active la the fires away from a water r.:> r ,rntw+unss+
7:30 P.,:31., Band Hall said. been 'declared Bradford County Strawberry .' ( QUIET FOAftT,I
The Lawtey City Council Bryan said Wednesday the committee Drama Club system is that the 1,000 gallon ,, -A

eemed! interested in the committees has had no co-tact from Queen by Frank Williams. president of the She U currently a part-time student at Santa or less water supply in the average -

-This Space Conrlbu'tedWeekly ( proposal Monday: night, fie town but that he plans to Fair Association, and Miss Delia Rosenberg, Fe Junior College and Is employed as an accounting truck: is exhausted in two B'r'

to Publicize tare< it on himself to contact president of 'he Starke Woman' Club which or three minutes allowing a bill iKlVr i .,
but raised questions! aboat financing clerk at the J. Wayne Roils Student '
with fire
Don't be careless
_
$
Community Events,by a fire department: and officials there sponsors th annual beauty pageant. Union at the University of Florida In Gaines fire! to blaze up again while the in the woods!
The Fire Committee U
composed truck has acne! to refill.
about sustaining: : interest In the yule
Th. of Commissioners Buck CcuncllmAn Nell Tucker saidWsdnssday
,CommunityState volu-p.tesrs Lawtey had: a fire Norman and Jerome Johns and: Miss Whitehead was runner-up last springto Miss Whitehead participated In the Florida : : he thinks:! "some-
truck donated! by the Forest
BankAccounts Esrvlce but had: to give It back CommlJsloner-Elect Bryan and Mil Joann Scott.former queen who hat re- Crown Beauty Pageant on Labor Day In Jack thing is golr now," after the

Now Insured,' when their volunteer organization City Councilmen Gerald Williams signed. sonvllle Beach.. Lawley and:! Hampton meetings (''

Up: to $15,000 by folded. and Neil Tucker Bryanwas MlM Whitehead I I. the daughter of Mr. and The Strawberry queen has been Invited and Bryan sail: Wednesday! hs has s ttwn >'."..Ian1z:

The Lawtey Council agreed named chairman of the M.... L. K. Whitehead of SUrke. plans to participate In the Florida Forest Festival talked, he believes to enough: : i # 'S .r: :.

however, to send letters to area former fire group chairman: last Thursday Jerome Johns after Cathy graduated from Bradford High School In Perry October 25 and 28. area Starke department residents!:: here.to form the I.,. Y




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:v to TIlE BRADFORD COUNTY OCT. M. IH8
vl, ( t TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA 'THURSDAY.

McComb's Attend .................



I 1Mr.lOOCIETY. NEW w GraduationOf Son, JacK Nell's Beauty Shop


-- -- McComband
Mr. and Mrs Jack
and Mrs. Donald Hard- Dr. and Mrs A Y. Covington MELROSE. FLA.
E Firth McComb's mother.
Mr, and Mrs. R, Mrs.
enhrook and Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawlck. and Rene Invite You
sons were in I iPll.s Judge and Mrs. T. A.tfawnl Mrs Sallle Bellamy, attendedthe Nell
Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. Millie IIltcl1coOO ( 'j44d n returned last Thursday graduation of their son, Lt. REGULAR HOURS 0"
Mr. Hardenbrook's mother M>'s. W. B.Mi omlonJt: and to P. McComb Jr., USAF, at
trip Jack
week's flying T TIIRU SATURDAY t
:trouua I Iv TUESDAY
thA r :
}
Mrs Essie Hal'denbl'ook.and : Joyce RlneJ.r.re'W( > Ami' lls. Md where they visIted k kJ Moody Air Force Base, Ga. on
\
Mr.and Mrs David Harden Florida : Midshipman Terry Yawnat Friday Oct. 11, at 10 a. m Lt. 9.00 TO 5:00: -
brook, lion convention at Daytona U. S. Naval Academy and also : McComb received his wings as CLOSED MONDAYS ,
Col. and Mrs. J, A. Griffin Beech last Wednesday to Sat- stopped over in Washington I an undergraduate pilot In the

were In Lakeland Friday and urday.; D C.. Florence, S. C. and Fay \ U. S. Air Force. Open Tuesday and ThursdayEveningsby
Saturday visiting datives, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown ctteville. N. C. I After sea survival training in Appointment Only
on business. Godwin and daughter, Cheree.of \
Edmond- Florida and survival training -
Mr and Mrs R. E. \ snow 475-5285
Mr. and Mrs Billy (Hodge and 'Avon Park were here over O.were .. / Wash., he will PHONE
son of Black Mountain N. I ,_', : ; in Spokane
Mrs Willard Wynn and daugh. the weekend visiting Mr and In Starke last week on I ;=:; /1'1, report for further pilot train- isn't becoming to you shouldbe
; hair you
"If :
ter Shelia, were guests of Mr. Mrs. Harold Godwin, Mr. and business. ,'\ I\\\\ Iii..,,,'. ,.." : :, ,, .. I II in F-l-lls at Nellia Air Force your to !"
and Mrs Lemuel Williams in Mrs, Robbie Shaper and Mrs. and Mrs Theron YawnSr. I Base. Las Vegas, Nev. around coming us
Riverside Hospital. Mr. When the proprietor of Itrlnson's Corner at Theresga get
Baldwin In
Atlanta over the weekend and Eve
of staa burlr, N. y and December 1. ......o
...........
also visited Six Flags Over Mr and Mrs George Cornwell ready to !Co ft..hlnll-thI'Y go! This sign posted on the door of

Georgia.: Members of the Methodist of Cane Cod Mass were Sat- the store all last. vvvrk, sp..uf.fur Itself This might rome underthe
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson Chancel Choir were entertainedat and Party Honors
Judge lii-ud ,
urday visitors of of "riitririMl i'dcprndeuee EAGLE'S Your Fashion Leader
social hour Thursdaynight -
of Clearwater al'e'Isltlng a
Mrs ..T. A. Yawn, Mrs ChasteenMrs. O
Co', and Mrs. J. A. Griffin for after rehearsal given by Johnny Williams -
Rev. and Mrs. D, T. FarabeeJr. Mr and Mrs. Misj Linda Colson will be In
several Mr. and days.Mrs Walter Richardson at! the parsonage. Eighteen and family' of San Fran- Tallahassee this weekend visiting Beta Sigma Phi J. R. Chasteen Jr., who z : I C
deco Calif, were last Thursday cousin Jim Douglas', Mr. Chasteen in qk
made a business trip to members of the choir enjoyedthe T. D her : : Ceremonies Held plans; to Join
of Mrs. ,.
Fort Pierce last Thursday and occasion overnight guests and will attend the FSU-Mem- Belle Glade soon was honored
has as a visitor -
Friday. Mrs. Loyree LaNier attendedthe Dyal. Mrs. Dyal pliis State game. nt a dessert bridge and canasta
Mrs, Edwin Prevail and annual Golden Pageant Ball this week Mrs Alice Mrs. Charney Williams and Members of Beta: Sigma PhiSorority patty Monday night of last
Thomas of Jacksonville. Mrs Vernon Crosby are In held their Ritual of week: given by Mrs. Carl Roberts -
Melissa, of Orlandoare for the Golden Hills Academyat
daughter! visiting Mrs Ed Prevailth'.s the Waldorf Astoria Hotel In Seven members of the Methodist Cincinnati Ohio this week visit- Jewels ceremony and dinner at and Mrs. Vernon Silcox The more you stand,
Women's Sunday School Inn relatives.Mr. the: Branding Iron Restaurant at the home of the latter.
: week. New York last Saturday night. need Hush Puppies.eRoxie
I>.\NTE-Starke Shrine flub- Mrs. tamer's daughter Debbie, class enjoyed a birthday dinner and Mrs Guy Andt'ewsweu1n Monday: : evening The seven tables where the the more you
Golden last Friday night at the Hale Fort Polk, La from The ritual table was centered guests were seated, were centered
at
Let! 2l.lh-New Starke Armury la!: in her Junior year
Kau: Kau restaurant In Jacksonville Wednesday to Monday to at. with an arrangement of yellow with bud vases holding
"plf'-Adultll Only.; Him Academy in Ocala.
<:; 00 Per Stern's
on Miss Louise tend the graduation of their son roses, the sorority flower, in a yellow and lavender pompoms.
birthday. Tom Andrews, from Army basic black vase flanked by burning After! several progressions of
Mrs. J, W. Klncald and Mrs. training; last Friday.Byron colored tapers. bridge and canasta, prizes were
0, L. Beasley spent the weekend TerwiUegar III, a The Impressive candlelightceremony avoided.
with Mr. and Mrs C. C. sophomore at The College of was read by Mrs. Assisting in serving were

Hoppe In Tampa and attendedthe Charleston, S. C., will be home Arthur! Patray. president Mrs. Odessa Mitchell, Mrs.
ROSES Georgia Tech-Miami football for the weekend Tie, new members, Mrs. Don George Roberts Sr., Mrs D. L,
$ 1 game. Charles Hardy entered the ald Bennett, Mrs Billy Hodge, Silcox and Mrs Leslie Biggs.
Miss Phyllis Barnette of Lake: City V. A. hospital last Mrs. Sidney Jackson, Mrs.
Brewton.: Ala is visiting her Fiiclay for observation and James M. Norman, Mrs Grady .
brother-in-law and sister Mr. treatment. Overstreet, and Mrs. Steve Sim- Recent Births ,fie

tin-1 1 Mr, Roy Burnham: Mr. and Mrs. L. C, Adams! mOilS were presented with long
Wide variety; hardy Mr. and Mrs J, R Chasteen spent Monday to Thursday of stemmed yellow roses and Jeweled Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Denmarkof

Jv. were In Baltimore Md. last week In Daytona and Sanford pins. Starke announce the birthof
plants, Saturday to Monday visitinghe on business.: Mrs Charles Darby was Installed :a daughter Allison Sue on

:' sister Miss Mary Brown-. Mr.\ and Mrs. M. C. Wells as Director of the chapter Oct. 7 In St Vincent's Hospital. s'

STARTING ))1T lea, who Is seriously 111.Mr were visiting Mi' and Mrs. and was presented with a -
and Mrs Fred Bennett Charlie Parker and family in Beta Sigma Phi FriendshipPlate Bradford County Hospital

were Friday overnight guestsof Cocoa over the weekend and announces the following births:
73 W M Bennett 1m. Live Oak brought back their nephew, Mis Sidney Jackson was Installed Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wayne
and attended the BHS-Llve Oak Scott' Parker, for a week's as Vice-Presldent, taking McLeod. Starke a son. Oct 12. '
game. visit.! : over the office vacated by Mr and Mrs William Richard
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Savage of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Flynn Mrs! Rudolph Hutcheson whois Webb Lake Butler, a daughter,
EACH Huntington, Mass, and Lake and sons of Jacksonville were on leave of absence, Kacle Marie Oct. 14.
Wales! were weekend guests of affair
Alpo, present at this
visiting! Mr. and Mrs L. C.
Mr, and Mrs J. G. Caldwell.XCEStarke was Mrs Frazier Shaw, Chapter
Adams over the weekend. ,'
Shrine Club-
l>:\ .
Sponsor.A
\\CE-Sljrke: Shrine flub My Neighbors
Oct. 211th-New Starke ArmoryS3.00 steak dinner preceded 1 tho :r'rlwl'Stay ;
Oct 2< th-New Starke Armory
FRIDAY Ailulls Only. >
SATURDAY !: Per Couple- ceremony and Installation.
Mrs Eve Baldwin Is expected :$:JUII) Per 'ouple-Adnlts Only I
under- Mrs Titus Olson: was visitingMr. 11r
home this weekend after
and Mrs. Paul Hawkins and /
FALL going surgery Tuesday of last Harry Weber tJ. t
ANNUAL family in Jacksonville last Friday -
Hospital.
week In Riverside
on feet without punishing
and Saturday your
PLANTS 891- doz, Rev. D, T. Farabee Jr. attended Harold Bowen, Larry Williams. !. Notes 88thBirthday them. Soft soles, steel shank support
J.
funeral of Dr
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the
Wallace Hamilton In St. Petersburg Gary Hamilton Jimmy / light weight make for comfort on the
Richard Wainwright J. with these
Thursday. Douglas job smart, professional-
last
f/9'
CALAuIUM Mr. and Mrs. M. A. BaldwinJr. and Doug C-innor of FoU: were Harry Weber (Uncle Harry) 4" \ looking shoes for women I
for weekend.Mr. his 88th birthday
c werevisiling home the celebrated '" '
and daughter. Ginger,
7 9 their son-in-law and and Mrs. George Kope Saturday at a family party at -- hush Rup.c

PLANTS doz, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy ]lovsos are In Birmingham, Ala, his home on U. S. 301 North. GG"SayIt's co".u
Hall and family In Gainesville vlsting: Mr. and Mrs. John Helping to celebrate the oc.-
afternoon and attended Kcpelousos and daughters.Mr. carton were Mr. and Mrs Guy
Sunday
and Mrs Raymond: Stet Williams. Miss Charlotte WIlliams
a family party for little been over a
fauelli and daughters of Ocala and Mrs. Erma Williams
6tWt Nar.cy Hall on he firstblrth-. ? promotioncame /fr)1
anJ Mr and Mrs Robert Ste. Of Palatka Mrs. Esther She month since my
day. far.elli and family of Gainesville aril Mrs. Ruby Keefe Mr. and through-how come I

6. CHEMICAL CO. Msses! Karen Patz and Maggi were Sunday visitors of Mrs: Ralph Roberts and Mrs. still get peanut butter sandwiches -

Mann of St. John River Junior Mr. and ,Mrs. Henry: St fanel11, Marie Roberts of Lake City ?" J------ .

539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. College were weekend guests of -\SCE-Starke Shrine flub- Mr and Mrs. Coy Williams and
Miss Beverly l lieRae at FSU Oct ;:iith-New Starke Armory thiee children of Jacksonville
aver the weekend.O : S5.WI; Per Co Hole-Adults Only and Miss Marsha Kay and Mar-
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulkof lyne Patray of starke.

.O. .................... OO....... Lake City were weekend
guests of Mr and Mrs, Dave

Paulk.Mr. and Mrs Comer Perry-

i FREE man of Jacksonville were visit-

in the* MM.weekend.Mr. E. .K, Ferryman over

and Mrs. William W

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r -, F. Bateman,
Mr. and Mrs.
of Starke attcnc 'I 1 the National
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Bart H. Price of Lake Butler; I
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Nero McCullough Earl Muse,
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Mrs Pearlle Green and Mrs. 5-PIECE SET
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THURSDAY Y, OCTr.M t lid J
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH RTARKE. nORmA PACE THREE

Of Interest To. I St. Marks Women Miss Bates BaptistVMU Miss. JohnsonTo

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Entertained At
r41 Engaged To To Host Meet MarryMr.

Terwillegar Home Mr. Wit idden Madison Street Baptist Church Hunter
WOMEN Mrs. Clyde TerwUlegar en. will be host to the' regular :r

tertained the Women of St. Mr, and:! Mrs. H, Ogden Bates. quarterly meeting of the New Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Forsythe
River Baptist WMU Thursday
Mark's Episcopal church at announce the engagement and
III, of the
State Farm an-*
their regular monthly meeting/ Oct. 24, beginning at 10 a. m. approaching marriage of their:
not:nc& the engagement of their
Miss Sarah Bagwell of Jacksonville daughter Barbara Sue JOhnson -
at her homeon
on Monday night
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 E. Call Street. daughter Barbara Judith: to Florida Baptist OA to Theron Carl Hunter,
:Mrs. Kenneth Glider presidedover John Parse-n: Wh'dden!' III. son Dliector, will! be featured speak- son of Mrs. Sarah A, Hunter
of Mr, and Mrs. John P. Whid
and new association officerstor
the meeting and Mrs. xI" and the late Carl M. Hunter.
den, Jr.. of Jonesboro.The the year will be Installed Miss Johnson is 1967 grad.
BPW RepresentedAt Bridge Played.At Herbert Thomas gave the de. i a
'votional. It was announced that bride-elect graduated according to Mrs Leila Mundy, uate of Bradford High School
Miami Meet Denmark HomeMrs. 'Mrs George Miller and Mrs. from Bradford: High School received New River WMU president. sal Is attending St. Johns River
James Blackshear will have altar her Bachelor of Arts de. Ladles are asked to bring ft Junior College
?firs D"sta Dyal of Hampton J. E. Hardy, Mrs. T. C. .4 : duty in November. Mrs. Ed. gree from Florida State University covered dish for lunch with Mr. Hunter is a 1963! graduate
Lake and Mrs. Dorothy MU- Hazen Jr. and Mrs S. G. Denmark ward Burns gave a report on where she was a member the host church provdlng des- of Bradford High School
bstfter of Green Cove Springs were hostesses to the the group Instruction class of Women's Judiciary anda sert and drink. Nursery facilities and is now a Journey-man electrician
represented the Starke BPW Wednesday morning bridge club which was held at the church. member of Kappa Delta sor will be provided ,
Club at the mid-year board and luncheon following on Wednesday The discussion was on altar ority. She has been teaching In
meeting at the Everglades Hotelin at the Denmark homo. duty led by Mrs. George Winkler Jacksonville and is currently. ... ........4............
Miami over the weekend. Arrangements of lavender and! assisted by Rev. Staab. woiklng:: toward a Master's Degice .
Mrs. Dyal Is State Represen at the University of Flor !
chrysanthemums were used to Mrs. William Carter announced
tative of the Florida Councilfor highlight points of Interest In Maria Moore the committees that will assist ida. r | Try TONY'S .
Children and Youth and the home for the occasion. with the' turkey dinner .
Ms. Milberger is State Resolutions After several progressions of Engaged To Thursday: night! Mrs. Martha Her fiance earned a Bachelorof
) chaliman.: bridge, prizes were awarded. Moore gave a report on the Science degree at Arkansas
State College, Jonesboro wherehe Spaghetti :
Mr. Galloway sale of tickets Rev. Staab dismissed |
the meeting with "A was a member of Sigma To Welcome
Word for Today." Phi Epsilon fraternity. He received EAT IN OR TAKE IT OUTS
.
Mrs. Rosenbush Moore of his Masters Degree from Father GriffinSt.
Mrs.
hour
During the social
Klngsley Lake announces the the: University of Arkansas in A
Tfciwlllegar served refl'esh.ments
REVIVALBETHEL engagement of her daughter, Fayetteville oand: Is continuing:: Edward's Catholic parishioners -
and was assisted In servoIn
Martha Louise to Lloyd Thomas !; by Mra. Monty White. The hi] studies at, the University of will welcome Father A. ToRena Restaurant SSTAHKC
Galloway son of Mrs. L. T. Terwillegar home was decoratedfor Florida He is also employed at O. Griffin\ CSSP. assistant
Oalioway of Hopklnsvllle. Ky. the meeting with fall ar the Alachua General Hospital priest with a covered dish 0 .
Miss Moore is a senior atF3U in Gainesville supper on Sunday Oct. 20, at .4
rangements. Mrs. White also : U. S. 301 North 'Phone>>
of PI Beta 964-R784
member
and a played several piano selections The wedding will take place p. m. in the parish hall. :
Phi sorority. Mr. Galloway Is a The Altar Society will meet
BAPTIST CHURCH during the hour. December 28 at St. Edward's
graduate( of FSU and has completed Wednesday Nov. 0. :
first year law at the Catholic Church. ....................81
University! of Virginia. He is a --- -
member of Delta Chi fraternity.

October NIGHTLY 28 Thru AT November 7:30 3 Wedding at a plans later will date.be announced mm''farMlfaENlSTOKJr ERE IT IS! OUR BIG ANNUAL FALL SALE EVENT! ..

Miss! Moore is also the daughter W.\ oJ>
of James 1'. Moore oft is
Rev. J. O. McLeod, Evangelist to 'ke. +

of JacksonvilleThe ; Junior Women I ;
Public Is Cordially Invited p
Hear Talk On :.

Fire PreventionJ ,

MOVE UP TO MODERN C, Prevatt gave a talk on
fire prevention in the county jrf*
at the Junior Woman's Club 'M ,

week.meeting The by Monday speaker the night Conservation was of introduced last. JAf'f/t /! 00,' PERMANENT PRESSSHIRTS

AS HEATEnd chairman business Mrs. Bill meeting Chambers.The was. .-

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conducted by Mrs. Robert Sapp. I i ', I
president and committee chair
men gave reports on their pio-
LADIES FULL FASHIONEDFINE
posed projects for the coming

Your Cold Floors and High year the two A party cottages is planned at Sunland for GAUGE KNIT $2.50 value $177

Training Center on Oct, 27. "
Mrs. Elzle Sanders, social Dacron polyester and cotton

Fuel Bill Problem dish chairman: : get-together announced for a husbands covered! : ;WEATER DRESS a shirts with the new "Corre
Clean"
that
'and wives for Saturday night, process removes
Oct. 12.Mrs r.. T 4 stains and dirt easily Choice of
BIU Chambers stated I Bermuda or convertible collars,

colvo your heating problem Improvement that through the Committee Community. she +i $ 9 9 colors roll-up, sleeves 32-38, white and pastel

had obtained from the school:
t'UU Lh to) rejffjrArabls SIEGLEC3MT system. prints of the new mIddle $5.99 3
school which the club plansto i LADIES RUN PROOF PANTIESElastic
assist with a landscape pro value
leg brief in acetate
/ III gram.Mrs Leon Ellla announced tricot that is guaranteed for Reg' 3 )
several different handcraft pro 1 year. Full cut, bar tacked 31
each :,1 and machine washable. White for
grams and encouraged ; Two scrumptious styles to choose from In |
member to work on one of and colors, rag and extra ,
100% virgin acrylic, finely detailed and fully large sizes. $$1.25
'
ry Fa them.Turing the social hour refreshments #\,t fashioned in flattering sheath styling.dark
FP tot were served by the :. back zipper. Washable. Pastels LADIES NYLON PANTY HOSE
hostesses: Mrs. Elzle Sanders, colors, sizes 8-18. Hurry for best selection .
:
Seamless with nude heel
McAllister and Mi'.. nylon and proportioned
Mrs. Larry f for your height. New comfort, our reg
.
i George/ Loper.Deanery
new convenience !in a one piece garment. nn $1
t fY i iat MeetAttended i 1 Latest colors. S-M-T. $$1.


By '\ GIRLS FLANNEL PAJAMAS
V\ ,*, ***"1iW
CatholicVomen

f'f'k St. Edward's Altar Society J- >\x j: ;* Soft style cotton with Peter flannel Pan in collar cute tailored, boxer $$1.99 $$127

tt members attended the St Augustine -- \,\..r waist in choice of beautiful prints. value
I kf Deanery meeting ot the 3- 6Xi; 714.
3 H1 DCCW on Oct. 9 at the Holiday
Inn in Gainesville. t MENS PLAID ii'4
Highlight of the program was "
rr' yS guest speaker. Father Michael TOTS LINEDkCORDOROY .FLANNEL SHIRTS
Ca.ion.; of Gainesville, who recently .
,. visited U. 3. troops in I JEANS
'! k .i Vietnam and gave a first hand Washable, pmwalecorduroy o $$2.99 $ 222 ,
report; in the situation theie. r t $ with bright valueHeavy
chairman gave I
Deanery:
Each
Sr } r 1 and offered their. t 1 plaid cotton flannel ;, ng
*! suggestions e lining. Boxer waist, a flannel
help) to members now under e 3.50 weight ,
;i r rfCi Commission System. back pocket, choice sanforized. Regular collar
the new
Mrs. Joseph Gassy presidedover of colors, sizes 3-8. model with 2 pockets in

+ Q ,f f by the meeting. 41 handsome assorted plaids. A. ...
Two hundred members and to INFANT CARRYALL I Sizes S- XL. tMEN'S -,
guests were present, including SWEAT SHIRTS \ '
4
from Starke: Mrs. Gissy. Mrs. Our all
$2,99 plastic,
reg. ia tt w
Lester Humplnles, Mrs, Francis $ purpose, and adjustable ," t $1.99 Choice of short or 'r .
Meng. Mrs. Ogdon Bates Mrs.. $266 tote-a-tot with print vinyl long sleeve with \ ,
Michael Gllhooly, Mrs. Richard pad and safety belt. value I crew neck, raglan
Semi-Central Heating SystemThe Richards. Mrs. Robbie 3 sleeve and underarm
Randy ChUm
Shaper Mrs. gus for ex-
Mrs. Steve Weldon Mrs. John LADIES LOAFERS ,2 'Ion trp actionset comfort.
.
Siegler Mark III pours floor level Smith and Mrs. Henry Stefanelll Many colors, S-XL.

heat out the front, back and both sides Edward. Also Kirby attending and were Father Father A. $$2.50 !

for multi-room heating without costly G. Griffin, CSSP. $166valns ,; I r MENS THERMAL

pipes and registers. Build it in the wallor
UNDERWEAR
Capt. C. A. Roberts ,yr f
just pin it to the wall. In two-tone Special group, various styles, Choice of long
baked enamel or luxurious wood grain Presents ProgramTo sizes 5 to 10. A great value! sleeve shirt or $

vinly coating it will add beauty and Woman's ClubCapt. a\ cotton long drawers circular knit in $$1.49 $1

wonderful new comfort in your home. C. A. Roberts of the .r' Ir i'I' j' for long wear and value /
Come in soon and see the remarkablenew Gainesville police department tw' ,.r! s '* r/ extra com fort,SsXl,
and staff presented a program ;22 x 44 j ,
Siegler :Mark III automatic gaa on Self Defense for Women at '

beating system. the in; Starke Wednesday Woman's afternoon Club meet-of R CANNONBath BEACON THERMAL MORGAN-JONES

last week. Towels WEAVE BLANKET BEDSPREADS

Resident Della Rosenberg '.

FREE meeting.presided Mrs over M. the A. business Baldwin Ladles Reg. 56 0 0Soft $ 88 $ 33

Jr.Introduced Public the Affairs speaker.chairman PATCH SLIP- N 69C Reg 2 Reg. 7

100 GALLONS OF GASIf Iiostesses were Mrs. Olin s$ 66 r and fluffy terry in choice of $$3:49 $$8.99
Joseph Sale 2
Mrs
White, chairman solids or stripes. Cannon qualityat :
Do.'ko, Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mr*. Carps low sale price. Here's warmth without weight.A Choice of woven joquard or wedding -
Purchased by Nov. 1 Logan; Gay Mrs. Robert Ward. quality brand name blanket ring or Mira cord patterns
Mrs. George Kopelousos. Mis. Patch quilt design in multi colors. r at a great sale price. 72 X 90 Save $1.66 off our already low,
I. N. Breazeale. Mrs. L. H. Good looking and extremely comfortable sue in solids or stripes. low price on these 3 most popular -
Gibson Mrs Tyler Jones Mrs. shoe, sizes 5-10. spreads.
SLADEGAS Merritt Williams. Mrs. S. B.
McManus. and Miss Florence


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FOUR THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY.. OCT. 17. 19M
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Report Cards CUBB Appointment To Be ProtestedAn Bradford Library Offers SourceTo commented.branches in service.would "offer the librarian the ultimate -


125,000 Volumes Of StateWhen eligible for state
Becoming;
the Army on Oct. 25.
Go Out Friday applicant for the position (According! to Johnson the A graduate of East Tennessee College and plans to begin work. During the school term the library aid Is another goal that Mrs.
of the executive director of the CUBB Board had agreed that College with a degree In Social ing toward a college( degree you! walk through the also conducts a story Minx hopes the library can
CUBB Econcmic Agency plansto all applicants should be treatedalike Studies, Capt. Lacy also has 13 ,when the' next college quarter door of the Starke-Bradford hour from 3:30: to 4:13: on reach.! The amount to be received -
(Continued> from Page One)) contest the personnel commit.ltee's regardless of formal education hours 'of credit at the graduate begins. County Public Library you not: Thursdays for children age 6 would vary from year
recommendation for that as long a.s the Board believed school level At one time he He worked at Sperry Rand in only have some 6.500 books and to 9. The story sessions will to year but it would likely be
tliat he has: discovered tliat it the applicant to be quail. between $2.000 and $2,500 a
position at the CUBB Board of served 13 months as project Gainesville as a quality control 660 phonograph: records: at your stare In October, and Mrs.
the parents really want to see Directors meeting at 8 p. m. fled for the. position of executive director for the NeighborhoodYouth tester ur.til Sept. 28 when he demand but the 123,000 volumesat Minx" emphasizes that volunteer year, Mrs. Minx believes.To .
the report cards they will see Oct. 28 in the courtroom at Bradford director. Corp In Calhoun County and about 10 per cent of the the State Library are also storytellers are always wel.eorre. be ellglblo for state aid
them: if the parents are not County Coul.tho.seHerman When the Personnel Committee Ga. employees were victims of a.lI'ecl'al available on call. the library: 11> must have a
particularly Interested, their night (Oct. 14)) $20.000 a year budget; 2i' havea
met Monday .
Johnson of Lawteytold Johnson, a graduate of high layoff at Sperry Rand. AH of this service comes to During the summer the library branches to
signatures can be forged any The Telegraph that he Is the members voted unanimouslyto school( and of electronics school. The Lawtey native has been you absolutely free.I conducts a special reading provide bookmobile county or service; 31> beop..n :
way.The filing a complaint with the Of. recommend: Capt. RobeitLacy Is currently taking a vocational associated with CUBB for 2 1-2 you want a book that the program for youngsters 40 hours I
the public a
principal also said that Economic Opportunity Ft. Bragg N. C. for the He secretary of local and 130 enrolled this to
fleer of math course at Santa Fe Jr. years. serves as library does not have the were in I
the new type of card will Cl.tdo'n Regional Office in Atlanta alleging position! Capt. Lacy, a Reserve Johnson received! the Rural Sere Bradford! Economic: Agency as request is forwarded to Tallahassee summer's "Tournament of week: 41> have a professional .
Degr"e
on teachers' paper work that the CUBB Personnel officer who has spent a total of vice Award from OEO for his a member of the CUBB Board : and 93 per cent of the Books." librarian with! a Master's -
is available
and will make filing easier and Committee discriminated on the 21 years In the Marine Corps work toward alleviating poverty and In ,July was elected vies time the volume will be in your: As to the future goals( of the if such person. "
more efficient hi1' of f'd'\\Uon\ and the Army will retire from 1n iuuia1,,! iuen.oat president of the Bord In July hands in a matter of three 01'fom' library, Mrs. Minx Ure!ses in the. community.Mrs. Minx said the major
If student is not doing satis
a days. more space-a larger building: ,
:factory work, parents tifled about mid-way betweenthe BlackshearIs < base. He said. however.: S87i; at the request! of Supt. S. i Iw nn tours.Ajrd. services; offered by the local library years. Hopefully]] this would be is the lack of countywide library
grading periods and will also there! ij still a p'obl.a111Uh: : R Hicks : at I'TS inaesrto'i which Is open 35 hours a a :new structure and one that Is service. And this Is one obstacle -
be! "'ld:1: the stud:lt'I''k: whiskey beln? sneaked into: the -Inh'lct< : Clik MTill: E-l- of, Councilman: Nell Tjcker t- week: from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. separate from any others. Mrs. she hopes to ovcrcomsIn .
Is unsatisfactory Dlggs said Awarded dances sometimes hidden in wan!'i to cull fo' bids on a twoton ask for: anrual: I bids! on itn>- on Mondays: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Al'nx explains that a separate the foreseeable futzre.The
At t t'ls M..1lo;; Sc.33l.! : : :'poit ulrls', pursesCo.incilmnn tuish truck such as gu. pipe. TuCk2f ail! Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays building is one of the standards Friends of the Libraryare :
cards will be issued every .nine Nell Tnclc' ?!'. clur- -Was: laid by Frimk Wlll1a 111"*. his point: is to save mon.a: '. and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on recommended: by the American presently conducting a
\\reks 1'ist id of every six r. .!....ksso Silver StarContinued Ins: cajrs; of th! discussion: president:! pf! the Fair A* -
parents will not be receiving tt'kcdvliy: the Recreation Dopmmtnnt LOll tint: the current: Miss Anwl' cIty budget tnralinu\: SUMH.r.fClerk !)l';. The library also has subscriptions Countywide: < library service Interested In joining should take
L theso cards until the second ( from Page One) : is in the "dance bust- tea. J.idit'i Am: Ford: will up- Merrill Ed'A'ds01(1: th- to several magazines, andMartha 1 Is also very important Mrs. 01' mall dues! to Mrs. Minix. 11brarian. -
week November.. II a st'.idnt IIPJ.S." Ray":Il'n explained: it p '.II' her! for: the opnlng; ; :l II1Y document: )Iis ,present: :ccl Tiie'jri.ivnight : Minx hopes to be ableto Mliv believes. "This would probably 132 S. Walmt St.. 01'I I
Is doing poorly at the end of military service and reflect 1'1.11 led'hf'n the: Bradfaid: of the Bi-iiclfj-d: Csunty Fair: next contained only changes IIP expand, the list to include; have to be handled t to J. E. TomHisin.!: sscretury- I
six weeks, parents will be notified great credit upon himself, his School Board .set a policy: nut spitnd A.'l'ongemenh'el'"- made 13 c-irrert:: er-crs in t'iprelimiimry fashon: and sports publications: through! a bookmobile which is treasurer of the Frlsnds. at the
unit and the United StatesArmy. mad by Baldwin Chevrol as well a, the : better! than no service at all,
and the facuty and parents ." to "pen-tor social activities. Tie: :? draft approved; : by news magazinesand Florida Bank at Starke.
"will be able to work together to public demanded! that ts!) Recreation Ol.UmcMls; Tie: OI:1m1c'll: the Council. "National Geographic." although I think that county
The citation was signed by
help the child improve before Department take svr:

the g''adin? period ends. Buj-adler Bluiichard, General Chief of George Staff.Blacksheal' S. after: dance sponsored; by pr- 4- --- -= _- -... -a-- = -- ..--- -= --- "' -- -
The Middle School is also sons from out cf town who: t lentpd -- -
is one of eight ___
dropping the A B, C, mctl.od: of BI'I)c.fonl men to die In the t'.ic: armory got cut of hand, t OVER 135 STORES THROUGHOUT TilE SOUTH! A
grading and Instead bases judge th.- rcieatici: dlrectr said.
Vietnam: War.Policy .
ment on tli' level of achieve We got in the br slums to .' WEST ;
155
merit-bel()w, at level or absve pixvld a clan wlioljsjme: : environment .
p level of the stnd ((2) effCl.t-"wol'ks to full extent trclled." Rayburn tld: th!! Corn
," "does rcquliiU work," or ell. I CALL STREET
needs to work harder." Teenagers In vtheaction: the Council: ,
In addition to the report cards: -Awarded the low bid (of S:!. t
Middle School: ( tsacheis will !pan! fiom Baldwin ChsvroL-t: l f f'.r STARKE
schedule! pnrent-tei'clier: conferences Given Council tan new police e.IOil\ pslic :
with, every parent.: Each cnr( timid the! Rambler that Ut.li I '
parent wi'l have at least one Continued From Page One tie. Supt. Oscar: Davis m.\v !
t't't t'I
such conference during the drives: will be traced! In. N-.
: year. : 11
th
recreation D. \1'11112111 nn:1
: !; : L DOLLAR I S SAVE MORE I
Teachers\ at Middla! School: decided Police Djpnitmi-.it I : "jout: \\\011: urn Policeman:: Willie) Snirr $
to make the change!! after will bo dup in ca.sei I uf! exIremoh will b? allowed to p'-'rcliisc' : th" t I It
1'' studying repot can!] from allover police car traU'd: i-i at a prlrpprevlrisly V
o'jijxl:: : ; :::; conc.u: t. OUR THURSDAY FRIDAY
the nation. Principal nich- "Whr.i: mv boy I* of th.it ngf : clir.cussetl with BiM- ifli ;r, -7 ,
'ard Jockel said. According to In Chevi-oU-t.: M.\yor Cartiltuise [ t
f'ct wont hint held:\ nt the Polir"Drpnvlmcnt : SATURDAY !
Jockel, they decided upon this ) until I 4St tv3fa.! : said.Pricra t
new method because <111 1 > they Councilman; Neil T.ikr said on the amn: t:jde frmnlh GREATEST VALUES 11
feel that there is a wide variation I Stalks: Ctivysler-PUnif'.ilIi:' :
"1 think! tiy! ctjit: to: ms.i.ild :
between what teacher dcalJiht wa$3.044 and fianiTPI EVER! t
one tl1 tudu.! C3: ..mcllmnlGel'- ? ; t
may consider "A" work and William -aid. Chief Blaic\:, 'nillanar: :Mrtors S3.SH7
another considers "A" work and rtiniirlci! the yionp that his clp.utment ', Okayd the pi: "clin: ;/f of a.-

12\> they b1ict:1at: : paients luu nut .isdictli'i: : t tf
iu'ed) most to bs:: informed of !over luvenile-: but mm fcig'.i ..110uffldlH'1t 'YY..Y'.Y..YYY.YYYYY91NEWS
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the level of .ulil9\eaiit: and
( In ctur.ty juvnil cc'.irlif
the! oxteiit of t'.i: child'i eCJ1.t.Th" i\ctin is to b- taken. Wit- i if
change from a six week li.inu said he wo lid! want tXldjn : ABOUT t
grading to a nine week periodwas I :? f
made because!; the studentsare
No cbfi'iit! ? policy vca- e.tafolishccl -
working on projects or units .them than n hat has brinu SERVICE MEN
nud "!sixvarks: Is not enough
)(!er time to give a fair evaluation of ; nn.l recreation cI.- f
tile. work done" Jockel! (omjj p.v.tnient. aA LA A LAAAA&J.hAAA LAA4 ._ ____

; .1ted. Hut Blccdworth: was apparent :; / OFF REGULAR PRICE
sathficd wlt'.i: tie:, ccjucil's t tt
leactlrn and said he "fesU: th" t iv; /2 OFF REGULAR PRICELADIES' 50 QT. PLASTICGARBAGE
initt-r !it C3cludd: :: : Th? rerrcaticn I .
band member sold he ; .
"Hist\ wanted a 1':>111').." t NEW FALL
I nppielate; the COI :ncll':- CAN
iittltif'9:': he said. 1 I I It

BlcJd\\: ( 01(Ih also I Hid tlrj: C(,'.III' Corduroy Capris .WIKERTPESWINC WtMW1KiiMf
Councll that: the p:c'J1m:! with 4 t ;;

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HIGH FUEL BILLS ,: ., ,< t'r'J'. 1 \\4\ SIDE-71P CLOSINGE'iECATCHING OR CORRODE ::::::::::?;:::::::::;:; ::::::':::: f.::::::::

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Airman Daniel W Daugherty, SIZES 10 TO 18 $ GREAT 1 ::;::::1::f:ii::;::i:;:!::::::::::::;:;::

i hit tho ceiling! ? son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. I IMI STOCKUP $1 !r@t1 1ij1j jm@1 W;t1t t tt

% Daugherty of Route 2. Starke, BUY ............................:..........
has completed basic training at NOW AND SAVE! ::.) i it ti i::1:::; 1r::.
I CEILING HOT WHEN YOU ...
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HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE been assigned to the Air Force t TOP DOLLAR PRICE

AN ORDINARY HEATERI Technical Training Center at I'
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I Sheppard AFB, Texas for specialized

r schooling as a commun. MEN'S> BOYS' YOUTHS' t ttt
ications wiring specialist. He faa f LADIES'
1968 graduate '
of BBS. V

Lance Corporal Randall Pad BASKETBALL SHOES t

gett son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett I Fall Loafers
IEJL Padgett of Starke. is stationed i i : HIGH AND LOW CUT STYLES

at Camp Pendleton, tt CLASSIC AND NEW-TYPE SIZES: MEN'S BVj TO 12
: Calif
awaiting assignment in .
J Vietnam PATTERNS SMOOTH SKIN YOUTHS' tl TO 2 ,

NEW FALL COLORS BOYS'; 2'/2' TO 6

PFC Willie L. Bright, an SIZES 4 TO 10
Army radio repairman and BLACK OR t
son
;: ,, 1! of Rev, and Mrs. Daniel Bright, t r pr4ior WHITE
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of Route 1, Lawtey, participated 3:00PAGE 'ft OFF'
In a recent exercise In the
Panama Canal Zone with other t I OFF $ REGULAR PRICE f ft
j members of the 4th Battalion of REGULAR
the 193rd Inf, Brigade's 20th PRICE TOP DOLLAR PRICEMEN'S TOP DOLLAR PRICE
Inf. Regt.
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.. Gunnery Sst.( Harry D. Stem V :
.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. GIRLS' 4 To 14
4 Stern of Route 1, Starke Is 81 x 108

;, helping to provide aviation sup. "STAY-PRESS" j GOWNS OR t
v.4Vil port to Marine units while serving -
.. with the 1st Marine Aircraft MUSLIN SHEETS

Wins In Vietnam. As a WORK PANTS I
member of the wing. he also PAJAMAS

.. ________________ helps to support other U, S. and ANATIOolALLYKNOWN .
____ Allied ground forces operating ? Heavy Duty Chino I
PRODUCT'SLIGHT Warm
In the republic. :MANUF ACTURER'S 4L11. : Toasty

I IMPERFECTIONS Slight IrregularsSizes Brushed Rayon or t I

!!'! !!'!! LBnever- waste Pvt. Roy Rhoden. son of Mr. 28 to 12 \4ii Cotton Flannel
I ElIPI II on the and Mrs. Leroy Rhoden of ., : Slight Irregulars ,
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ceiling or out Hampton, has been assigned to 1-3 OFF : : Compare at $1.29 ea. ,
OIL HOME HEATERS
the : )
24th
Infantry Division Forward I
.: the chimney in West Germany He REGULARPRICE : :: b.

entered the Army last May, and .:
: It pays for Itself with the fuel It saves I j21or ,
,.. munlcations Is assigned the specialist.duties of com- ) 3 St17 2, + OR1 ,


:! We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con. LABEL MAKERS from I,
tinuaUy pay for heat you don't get! The new SIEGLER $9.93: Bradford County Tele- t PRICE VALUE! Tor ON..t.AH. PIUCr: fOP DOLLAR PRICE t tt
Oil Home Heater wrings the heat out of every drop of graph. Ph. 9616303.

I oil, then pour it out over your floor. With a SIEGLER,
you get the comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. SERVICE SCIIEDUI.K!:
1 no over-heated ceilings and low low fuel bills. So don't CATHOLIC t i'' BRECK I MgpM..A8T J. f ft II
CHURCHES
hit the ceiling .. hit your Siegler dealer for a hot VALUE
= demonstration! !ST. EDWARD'S. Sturkv; '
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Sunday :Mass. 9:13: a. m.Thursday IZ1 t
ANACIN'J \
!Mass 6:31) p. m. t BABY SHAMPOO
:Miraculous :Medal Novena,
I DENMARKFURNITURE Saturday 7 p. m. I

Confessions. S p. m.. 7 p. m. 89c VALUE! TABLET t
ST. WILLIAM'S. I : : 41c 87
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i COMPANY Keystone llfhts! : ; 3 ', F I. O*. BOTTLE
Sunday :Mass, 9 a. m.
i; tu: W. Call St. Phone Wf'dnndayIa": and Notrna, t
964-5821 'IE DIART:
7 P. m. t :MED MART PRICE PRICE I
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- TIlE BRADFORD rocvnr TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA

in tb In Airport Wrangle l -..++.. FACE FIVE4

Andrews Named Cancer Society


S.in te Donohoe Denies Lease Exists; .J I To Board Of District Meet

e F Children's Home Held In Lake City

arbe Fordyce Charges 'Poor J..I J.J
Planning"Id J
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Guy Andrews of Starke was Mrs. Joan Chitty of Stake

a unanimously elected to membership Lay Delegate Director of the

Denial that any lease has on the Board of Director << American Cancer Society, :presided -
"Lack of understanding and over a District Volunteer
ever been executed between the of the Northeastern Dlvla-
a Sportsmen's Club and the City very poor planning" on tha Ion of the Children' Home Orientation Conference at

veto of Keystone Heights was made part of those charged: with! resell Society: of Florid at a' .rec nfc, Ramada Inn, Lake City on

In a prepared statement issued handling Keystone Airport Affairs meeting! of that body On October Wednesday

.e. last week by Councilman Char- were hit In a statement 8, Richard H. Suddath., Mrs. Arlln McKnlght. Public
a les Donohoe. yesterday by W. A. Fordyce, Chairman of the Division's Public Health Nurse of Starke. de-

al i The statement was !In reply president of the Keystone Aero Relations and Projects Committee scribed the service) of the Society -

)le- to one made by Council Chairman Club, following a meeting of t and Miss Margaret O., and outlined services available -

)18 Roy Watkins. who accused that organization here Tuesday Muller. Division Executive, to the cancer patient.

pilots of shortsightedness "In night. both of Jacksonville visited Mr. After the noon luncheon the

or running the Sportsmen's Club "The statement made last eaAvar,., Andrews and outlined some of group divided Into workshops
\aid off the wooded area surround- Tuesday night by CouncilmanRoy ,, his new duties. These include: ,, for unit officers and unit public -

)1'- Ins the Keystone Airport." Watklns-that the matterof membership on 'Mr. Suddath' education and public Information -

,b. Following are excerpts from hunting and shooting at the committee which 1s charged volunteers.
113 Donohoe's statement: airport was none of the pilots with Interpretation and fund Counties represented at the

"I wish to clarify Informationry business and that he did not Trucks Collide In Lawfey raising. conference were: Bradford, tJn]
ion, Hamilton, Suwannee Columbia
concerning: the proposed lease care: what their thoughts were The Children's Home SocietyIs

to the local guru club and statens .regarding it, should be ignored a privately supported statewide -, : Layfayette.
a first that there has never been by the Keystone Aero Club," Two big trucks collided at flashers working and the driver : roy Kirby of dacKsonvllle, driv. damage to the smaller Gra adoption agency with both

'' a lease executed between the Fordyce said. 6:50: a. m. Tuesday In Lawtey Jack Donald Meeks of ing a Graham-Jones Paper Co. ham-Jones truck was estimatedat State and Northeastern Division 1he Old 1V11ZE/l

-te City of Keystone Heights and "This merely Indicates the injuring no one but causing an Jacksonville asleep in the cab,, 1962 Chevrolet 2 1-2-ton truck, 4000. Damage to two of the headquarters in Jacksonville.

ll- the hunt club. and a search of depth of thought! which has estimated $4,600 damage according to the investigating said he looked off for a mo- car being; transported on Tha Northeastern Division ser "

or the minutes for two years back previously been guiding this A car carrier, a ,1967 Ford officer. Trooper K, O. Ether- ment and then veered into the Meed'a semi was estimated at ves eight counties. Including;

y. reveals that' there has never matter through the city channels tractor-trailer
I 13 been an approval, of any hunt and this lack of understanding the parking lane headed south( Patrol rear of the semi. The body of Kirby was charged with failure Miss Muller and Mr. Suddath :

Ing lease. \ and very poor planning 1/5-301 with the emergency The trooper reported that Le Kirby's truck was broken looseat to drive within a single highlighted the fact that In addition s
"The Airport Committee has have resulted In the pres- : the impact lan. to financial assistance <'k
!: .. on!. controversy anti( hard- feelings there Is a chronic need for; adoptive l'
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never 1'Rt'lVCU"'Impuun: < who should children of 4" caTpYrM.. '
among those homes for :
from the hay lessee about .
I deer other wildlife being at represent all the people and Local both races who range In a' efrom
it I or School "Tomorrow is the greatestlaborsaving
tracted'by hay plantings. However best Interest of the City of System EligibleFor newborns to teen age.
the airport for school device ever
now since the airportarea Keystone, including The need for homes
concluded.In to 12 Is especially thought of."
six
I has been baited by planting Fordyce age children of
1/I I of millet and other a letter to Councilman: acute and many of
peas More In Food Funds -
Fordyce said: $5000 family groups who
In
i wildlife feeds by the gun club Charles Donohoe. these are !. The Clroalt Court IB AsS
"The: Keystone Aero Club would should be kept together.. Fat" Bradford Ccmatr.; VleM
the fringes of the paved
on ...
addressed rill: Arti No.
as chair- be
commend you Inquiries may
like
to
t' areas of the airport runways of 196869. I was informed that method *ill be best for the stu Societyof Division
Committee, Children's Home
of the Airport to The
man Liberty National Life Insurance
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an.l taxi areas, there Is a marked School sEeps are being taken present. dents Considered a request from
and Councilman Cook and Wyman The Bradford County Florida. Northeastern Divis Company s.n Alabama Corporin
Increase in wildlife and this the property records Middle School that the board Ion: Plaintiff, v. George :
for efforts in system Is eligible to receive ly to get : The< principal added that his Post Office Box 10097.
and your Loa
has been reported' to the City receive bids for" closed circuit Roberts, et ai, Defendants.NOTICE
to date" (the lack of which
regard to the hunting clubslease some $5,000 in additional funds rp faculty plans to schedule more Jacksonville, Fla. 32207. : OF ur
Airport! Authority."As was criticized by the state audl.tori. TV. The Middle School wantsto To: George Robert whose
and for moving this for its school lunch programnow parent conferences and that aletter *
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you know, deer and birds! (. use its share of the Educa- Residence Is Paoll Indiana and
of that the concession standsat will be sent at the end Box ,
hazardous operation out \ address I I. ;
present a hazard to planes land. tional Improvement fund to in- .tJMp.O'rI :
Concerning the athletic fundat of six weeks if Ritch Indiana
range of the flying ac vlUes.Fu..thel' the various' schools have a student is not
I Inn and taking off. The com- BHS. Tucker said that the stail such a. system. You are hereby notified thatan
we appreciate your efforts ben closed doing well. action to foreclose a mortgage -
mittee is in full agreement that -Noted that about 15 per cent SemifinalistIn
t Aircraftto internal control over ticket sales Board member Rodney Hall has been filed against you
Piper
; to secure The School Board agreed at of tine students In each schoolarc
aviation Ls the prime purposeof and the general handling of the anJ Jean I* Robert, a single
commented that this method is
locate here. its meeting last week Merit ProgramTom required to
the property under the con- to makea receiving free lunches. woman and you are
"We would also like for you money was inadequate but that being used at Hamptcn School see ve a your written
and request for these funds -Heard from Superintendent
trol of the City Council now CfrYanO
Jen*
It on
to the "beginning! with the 1968-69 fis- ana that he is defense*
f aviation and hunting are not to extend our thanks that the school system Is in as a parent Casey that a team from the Ritch. JI', son of Dr. nines watt, gark. and Hamilton -
!improvements cal year, significant changes pleased with it.
for plaintiff
courcll for the runway attorney
compliance with that of State Department of Education
compatible. recently completed, phase have taken place. In other action the board: ant Mrs. T, G. Ritch. has been whoee address I* Florida! National
Committee has the law which wll1' Inspect Bradford High Post Of-
"The Airport requires that the named a semi-finalist ii the l Bank Building
endeavored to live up to the and hope the t is the beginningof Board must provide a Class A "I believe with the Initiative -Decided to let three students School: in about two weeks. Nr.llonal Merit ScholarshipPrrgram : flco I 19aoi", 4700, Jacksonville.
that currently exists delegated schools Florida and file the original -
Improvements among remain in the
t agreement made between the the many lunch and must\ not allow other Granted contracts: to about 27 in which students: with the Clerk of the
U. S. Government and the City needed." food to ,be sold on campus unless pe: 'sonnsl, that by the th<\\ have been attending since pal L-tlme teachers at the Vo- from 17,500 schools throughoutthe above Court on or before November -'
end of the school term ltd otherwise a
YOUI'recerds school opened even though 10, I
of Keystone Heights. In doingso exceptions are granted. Tech Center. nation participated. Judgment may be entered,
the committee finds that gun! club from the airport prop. the when and internal control will these students were officially -Voted to participate in the Ritch participated In the against you for the relief demanded
t with fire- ertv, but rather to allow all Interested Money: was also topic be adequate and up to date" registered; in other schools. The state and purchase In the complaint. Thereal
aviation! and hunting the Board received frm Nell L, program program' at St. John's Country proceeded, againstIs
the auditor concluded in his board agreed that it was partlyan property
ariiis are not compatible, based : parties to live together Tucker. tax: accountant, his lour! 66 passenger school busesat Day School Orange Park :
upon Federal Aviation Agency safely and ;harmoniously pur.su-!, general statement. administration! error and a cost of about: $5,000 each. where he is a senior Less than Lot Nine (t). Block Two ((9.
audit rspo-'t: : cf Internal ac- that it would present a hardship In South Gate Heplat, accordingto
This the second that !
ln,7 their separate interests. was : year -Discussed school bus routes
the InPUt
outlined In
guidelines com fiscal ended onr per cent of the students the plat thereof recorded
counts for the year the board has called In an auditor :: \ if the students were madeto 1, public record
mittee's files oa this matter The new lease approved by anrt: problems of overcrowdingon participating In the program Book S, Pace
"As a result this leaves the the council in a 3.2 vote and June 39 1968. slated to examine the Internal control change schools :lOW, some buses. They also learn. wote named semi-finalist.! The .* of Bradford County, FlorId -
Tucker : sell
submitted to the Sportsmen'sClub In his report of its money. Agreed to advertise and ed that some students are arriving hand
committee with no alternative neat fine! list will be named in the Witness my i0taytot
bul, to restrict the gun club to for its approval restricts "The general books were Richard Jock l. :-.- to the highest bidder some old IS to minutes late atSouthslde. Spring. at said Court on this
t ly and accurately kept: for allBcho'Js boards automobiles:: automobile: ee October, 1998.
the hunting Middle School asked the ey agreed to look
an: area away from the airport aren nd ( 1 '
etheuse afthl7D 'also .
taxi strips and immediate acres and bans ; recommendedforms permission to issue report cardson parts which 0 longer use into: the matter. thChsr;: >

runways approach areas. powered rifles. The club was are being used. Criticismsof a 9-week bash instead of ful to the Vo-Tech Center. -Heard from Supervisor Connie CONSTRUCTION MEN CI yUl .Jirk::: Moody, Deputy

"It is not the desire of theAllport given 30 days in which to ac- last year have been: acted the usual six weeks. He said --Opened three bids on must- Clark that the State Road NEEDED IN SEABEES 1111Watch

t Committee to evict the cepL or reject the lease offeredby upon and improvements have that most units at the schoolrun Ca;, instruments and asked band Department will study the f 'as. Great opportunities now awaitconstruction

the council. been made or are being Initiated : for about nine weeks and school personnel: and the ability of a traffic light at 301 men in the Navy's

j with the rew school term\ that the faculty thinks this director to tabulate them and anil Washington Street. Seabees according to announce:

.... .. .. make recommendations. ment by the Gainesville office

... ... .... ... ..... .. ..... .... NOTICE' ,' Thlity-month enlistments are
being accepted and advanced i Band
The Board of County Coinml- MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. ,
loners of Bradford Cuu:..: Duplicating machine and rate. are available without re-
Flurlda' hat selected the following Cafen&r
cru.t: training..
to act as Clerk. and Inal>eo- supplies. 'Bradford County
i torn In the different precinctsof Telegraph.: Interested persons may contac I 12 MONTHS::
the county for the General the local Navy recruiterfor (
Election, to be held on Novem- FOR ONLY
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ber 6, 1968, and the Polling further information, phone $1.00
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Place.: 372-6289 In Gainesville; or see
Precinct No., Lawtey, City EZERASE TYPEWRITER reciulter at Selective Service NtwJInlMliit. ''

Hull Lawtey.Clerk -Mr.. Raymond Brvan.ItiMpvctors PAPER, Mlmeo Paper, Bond office in Starke on Tuesdays TheTELEGRAPH
i iY Margie Sue Red- Paper. Notebook Filler _
10 to 12 noon. j
Alma illHh, Thompson Mrs Russell Redding, Bradford County. Telegraph.

Precinct No. 2 Kelly, Recreation
,: =.
Han Lawier.Clerk '
I -C. F. Carter. Inspectors /
Hazel Jones, Pauline
Smith Derdle Fayson.
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I It Precinct No. 8 Crawford /i
Bradford County Fair Building,

I It It Starke.Clerk*- -Mrs.-T.M LI, Gentry.M.\ MoRae Inspector Lucille ;f;< I/, -1 r au.rtJ.Lf.
a
t t ar e 9 e Carter, Elsie Norman. <
Freclnct No. 4 Bradford II
County Maintenance Barn 1
4 I : Starke '
AOlssy. Inspectors
t Cleric -=. Joseph Mrs Myrtle Jones,
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Mrs. Ernestine Underhill Mrs. .
Mary E. Noegel.
Precinct No. Bradford

County Clerk High-Mrs.School.Nlta McRae.Starke. Inspectors -
t Mrs. Nick Crosby, %
M.... Ella Mae Chaitaln Mr. ,
Sally Crawford. # '
Precinct No. 8 Salaxar i1et
Home, Baylest Highway
Clerk Mr. Sylvia Reddish N\O( 1't
0 Inspectors _Mrs. Doris E. Norman -

0g :Mrs.. A. B.Mrs.Whltehead.Lillian A. Conner, \

lP Freclnct No 7 RJE High
g t on School Starke.
t ; ClericWilliam' J. Holland. 0
Inap.rtor.Mr.. Corean. Mo- f f'"ef'V
Perils C. Robinson,
r Neal Mrs.
Dr3 M.... Ethel HalL .,.. \yPor
Precinct -S--Seablla..d Na \ ab1e'\
tional Guard .Armory (Old) ...
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f CI.rkA.. H. Harley ;Jr. Inspector ,
-Vera Oraudon. Peggy P
Shaller. Florence Flynn.
Precinct Nox 9 Keystone llfew'
) Southslde Elementary School /
V Starke \\

Clerk -Mm. J. E. Hammond.
I Inspectors: Mrs. Hazel L.
a e s.4 a<> a' i Howell, Mrs. Jo Ella Hardy
Mrs. Gore Johns
t Precinct No. 10 Theresa
Community Club House, Tbere.la. .-

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tt Cleric _Ruth Z. Orlffls. In.
spertors Mrs. Jerry Kodatt,.
t I If It aatsu at d ef :". Mottle Precinct Slbley.No. Mayme 11 Adams.Hampton

City Hall, Hampton:
Clerk-W. H.: Maxwell. Inspectors
Clarice Adklns. Lillian
1 Hall Betty M. Hayes.
f Precinct No. 12_Lincoln City
Stark Publlo Library Starke.
? ... .:b kA..W Clerk- Ethel Raymond. In- "

re So..pectorsMargie to. Pearl Pickering1.I Dowllng_ Bill 'b ;tJ1JJ._... f01t.11J :!: : tJJ
Precinct No. 13 A. RowellTJrwlllegar S 10" I -
t Starke Motor (Ford) _..I

Prevatt. Inspec.
Clerk --Jean
b tars Lorraine McCUIIan,
rr Ethel Holtxendorff, Sarah Cor- tJJ Od.d.bD cfJ TvotJft

, U_ an.Freclnct No. 13B Graham ,
f
Brought Building Graham.MoMurtrr ,...dtll} StJJjch., CI1\o
Clerk Charles L. ,bThe
InspectorsBonnie Le. McKln- f.A.I,1.b -i
nay, Nellie Arnold Virginia D.
Snow. CI1\o ": :;.
Precinct No. 14 Sampson ,
S Home of Kate Struth, Starke
S __ Dansby. In- 00
Clerk France 1
Dr
-i specters Grace Jordan, Arthur -
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Loudon, Margaret L. Prevatt b a b
p Precinct No. ISA Brooker a Y $ phMfNlr 1
Brooker t
Community House t'1 N
Clerk Mrs. Theo Dyal. Inspectors o s"\\.00"

alw" rw M. Doris Hacar. Kelley Shirley Jacqueline Ora.... h"f.R

t I Precinct No. 1SB New River-
Moody Store, New River
Clerk Olenda Andrew In-

tt a 3l G Hifj.r<+YNN'' t.M/ wI Margie upector Dobbs: Marl Ann Bank Hchults.Crew,
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Kick ContestThe 110
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'11 __ q .1" la the Sampson Lake Hopkins reported: "I measured Point Ke. .1"11.

.; t local Punt. Pass. and area In August was caused not :! the water elevations on BIC PENS. Ball Telegraph. ftal'

Kick competition sponsored by by inadequate\ culverts but by each end of the triple' '"I 9' 'x 8' fills. Bradford County alO''

:: ,-.---- Te.-wJUegar Motors and conducted t ) ) the excessive! rainfalls and: by culvert under State Road S- .

i'0 by ths! Starke RecreationDumtment. D the fact that Sampson Canal 225 and notgd.that there was tcSI
was held Saturday inch head loss through
outlet is simply too small to only one FFA MOTHERSTO SIC
wItt! 48' boys competing for. j handle the water reurinj: Into th! box culvert ''the box wasblowing SPONSOR SUPPER

'\ tror.Mes: and the right' 'to advance set 'II Yf1 t.; Sampson Lake a SRO engineerhas ( full). Since one Inch FFA mothers of Bradford 18V
tll'.an!
to .Jne comp in tht water elevation -
.. concluded. difference fried
a
.... 'atII' for the Jacksonville\ Gator Bowl These tint place winners will compete In. PuntPassKickZone : wsuld;: not relieve the floodIn County will sponsor Saturday Oct.
chicken supper
o- Saturday. Oct. 19. In Jackfonvlll October 19. From left: condition LBk'eSampson. .
in
A boys were Competition on Following a request by Clerkof I : upstream 19, starting at 6 p. m. at the
The lollowing 8 Prevail 9 Lonnle Ellis 10; Allen I do not believe the be $1. .
Bruce Wolfred : Jimmy ; Court C. A, Darby the district Flrgrounds. Plates will
Bill Soto of Bill Soto Sign 1$ putting finishing touches to the \vtided. trophies for placing
., rhHe< Creel*. 12 Grey Flynn 13. engineer C. M, construction of the culvert under : drink. Home-baked .
sign for Stark,'. new Industry the garment plant which will flr>t': second and th'.rd! in their Akri 'II: ; drainage State Road S-22: has including andenttrtainment
first Twelve-year: Charles Green Hopkins, studied the situationon cakes.: will be auctioned off
tak'ng:
Hicks.
children's, clothing. Owned by II. Rosenstock and Sons. Inc., age division Boys .
1 icw caused! the lake to backup a will be furnished
place; will make the trip to Nine-year: Jimmy Prevatt, Eclc'le: Blalock, Dale Johns. Sept.: 2 and reported his conclusions :
of New York the new plant bas been named Starke Indus. JhCksonvllls.iMxmes Jackson Prevail. Lee Casey. l.'irteenyearGray;' : Flynn, in a letter to:: Darby at significant\ amunt.:: by the FFA string band. The .

trie*. Inc.New given in order :of plac. Ten-year: Lo-.irle: Ellis. Michael George Prevail. Brian: Johns the end of last week. The engineer also examined public Is asked to come) out .
I 3rd'' Patterson. The first named in eachElevenyear the culvert under the GS&F and support the Future Farmer
Garment Plant ln<( < let 2.id. and : Crews, Bobby .
WaitingFor Railroad bridge and said! that who will receive all
Eight-year group: Bruce: Wol. : Allen Akrldg, grnup will compete In Zone A .similar conclusion was Chapters

fwl Wade Winkler, Todd Donnis. T:1: :>mu. Ed Watts. Competition.Two reached: by Joe Gcod e, U. S. whiz hie coud: not measure the proceeds. It
Something To Sew amount of head loss there "it .
.Corps of Engineers! fallowing
BRADFORD MASONS minor Mthe
Bradford Senior Chapter appeared to be -
Starke' Industries. Inc.. the: INVITED TO MACCLENNY his. visit in the latter part of MATHEWS
up and:' it will be a simple matte Tornadoes members entered: the Columbia time of inspection.
new garment plant:' located !in :- of calling them and telllntt County Steer Show and! Sale Dawklns Lodge No. 60, F St September. The official opinion; In conclusion.:: Hopkins reported.

the: old bowling alley on SRimiSor.th thrill io come to work. Ten C Continued *ron .page eight J Oct. 9 nnd: 10. Jimmy Wilkinson A. M., Macclenny will host a frrm the Corps will not be made "It is my opinion" that although WeD Drilling !

': is "all aet to go as soon persons will be sewing on the Yds, Gained 98 266 placed third ad: Cecil Stalan- dinner Friday Oct. 25, at 6:30p. : until a Corp reconnaissance : both the railroad and\
"
as we get something to sew. flibt day. wit:'! five or six beiniratloed Rushing 14 75 ker fc'iifi: : in the! : light weight! m. in honor of the official team comes to the! ccunty tostiy rcalway: structures cause a
Manager, Gerald. Tucker told each day after that until Pas lnll 82 ISI vis!, of the District Deputy :! the problem. Such a team small! backup of water the high- Melrose, Fla. .
The Telegraph. divisions with their stt' Grand Master of the 8th Masonic has been requested by the Bradford : limited Phone 475-5101
the production Une Is built Passes CompI. 6-20 12-21 !=s. water was caused by the .
Tucker explained that they UD to 45 employees Passes Int by. 5 1 Wilkinson! : wn a plaqu fcr a District. A meeting will County:: Commission. capacity of the natural outfall Myers Pumps
.
hn.1\ hoped to start sewing Monday be :held following the dinner:' at The letter: frcm Horkir.s! has
record Stalna-
The plant: manager is also Fumbles Lost by 0 0 flret place : : book. channel:' and the excessive:
but that the shipment of key fo. secondplace \ 7:30: p. m. All members of made official the opinion of the SERVICE .
preparing to receive equipmentfor Penalties 5S. 60 -wan\ a Plaque rainfalls experienced; f.11Aug.;
material from the plant:' In Sal'sburs. Bradford Lodge No 35 are cordially 'fItatg Road Department. and REPAIRS
a second production 11m'whch Scoring Summary in sho'\'manlSl1l,. ::::th t tJ1'O\lI1:1: A\lg. 31-1. a
been delayed.Tut.ker
N. C, has invited attend.
said Tuesday mornlna ; will employ another 4 Tpersons. :> 1)) BHS. safety for two pointson to gI \
He hopes to have this Alike Norman tackle in Bulldog -----
he hoped the material would i
eel up in a couple of weeks endzjne.
ariive Tuesday afternoon: :' or Top employment will be 125 '2> Live Oak. 42-yard
He said pass
Wednesday morning.: :
The plant is owned by II front Hunter to Morrell. Point
th'.y would almost certainly bIn iD' I 4D
Rosenstock: and Sons. Inc after failed.
operation by Thursday. childrens
which manufactures : 0
The manager explained that 31< BHS 23-yard TD on) pass

_ the Initial employees are lined clothing.FJM11UC Interception by Belote. Adams .
kicked extra point. .

4.> Live Oak, 10-yard pass -
from Hunter to Warren. Point MEW MOBILE HOMES Chic- .
after failed. kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy George E. LaRue .

5)) BHS 21-yard pass from If you find your name among the Classified Ads, Ciemson, Layton travel trailers INSURANCE AGENCY J .
i
Belote to Brown.;; Adams kicked Liberty, Taylor Azalea. Auto Fire Homeowners
extra: point. come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Buy. sell, trade. Year bank financing .

Score by Quarters free sat up and de LIFE & ACCIDENT .

BHS -u... .__. 02 7 7-16 FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive livery. BLCKEYE TRAILER I Keystone Height. 473-4692: .

MART INC., 6912 Blending
Live Oak -------0 6 0 6-12
Theatre Passes In. Jax- 771-8778. tfchg .

FFA Teams : WANTED USED gas cook I

I INSURANCE USED: VACUUM clean.,. reconditioned stove or electric refrigerators, C
4 HASTINGS MATTRESS AT REDUCED RAXES: $13 up. 10 different beds dinette sets bedroom
Honor AD RATES .
Earn CLASSIFIED I
WORKS
& UPHOLSTERY AUTO FIRE. BOAT name brand to cnooae from. I sets sofas and chairs. Phone

Up: to 15 words ____" 1.25 710 Lemon. St. PalatkaFurniture DOYLE E. CONNER Parts & excellent repair all I I I 964-7923. Pahmers. tfchg C
The B-adf-d Senior FFA (Minimum charge) Repaired INSURANCE: AQENCIPUMPS makes. KIRBY SALES *
Chapter! placel: fiurtl: in beef Upholstered & Refinished ttchg SFJiviCE' 713 N Main. Oalne I FOR SALE-Coastal Bermuda

Judging; in Callahan Oot. 11. Each word over 15 __ .07 MATTRESSES REBUILT. villa 376-7110. tfqhg Hay 50c bale and up. J. B. C

Team! 'mem'seri were R'cJiari New Innersprlngsand I I White. 964- 1I4. ttchgMEN C
Extra If not
Sapp Travis Wynn:'! and Ronald charge Box Springs DID YOU KNOW it's easy to C
; .._. .35 '
I paid In advance WANTED Men cottage
Carver Drop U. A Cord or Call NEW AND USED I own a Longchamp Home? I
Dairy 1-1:1llnll: team mmbv PAJLATKA EA 5-9168 SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep : Better built for F Jto:1a!; liv I parents age over 21. Starting

were Greg Wssds, Jimmy: Alvmsz Memorials .Resolution 'ing. Your plane or ours I pay $293 month promotion C
MKS. PEGGY 811ALLEB
& Shallow Wells
and regular Increases
: Danny\ Tyler.A I Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- portunities
<9mauon
249 E. Adklna St.
Jinir Chaptn- beef J.idsins: 7 cents per word Water Softeners & Filters I ford Mitchell phone 6646893. I in pay. 8 hour day. 5
I 4 Starkia,_ Agent Service On day week sick leave, vacations I
Keith Tin. Expert
t.jmf< Mike B :;an I P. O. Box 238 Starke.
&maarcl: Gsvald Rosier! placedi CARDS OF THANKS All Makes t1 -.4r : state retirement, If Interested .

rfvith Th J.lisr: Oipt: : 1 I- I Phone 964.7061 please apply in person Personnel
00 words less 8.00 1' .
or -
Cen-
Sunland Training
csmpa=ed: of first awl' s?=: oul DURRANCE PUMP [Manager.

yea' FFA membrs. Ji -isi Each word over SO .07 I AND SUPPLY CO. JIMMY MOORE'S ter. Gainesville, Fla.. tfchg CI

Chapter; : dairy: judjing;! team was .
---
'e.i, J rnnn\ T aylor. Jimmy: Clmjn I SUN SPORTS e

., :f, nr.d! Jimmy Strickland.: CONCRETE BLOCK w/brick Ff >R1JS, -BRICK !HOUSE, '
,, I. ner home. 3-bedrooms. 2 ve-I read':.' "for oec'ii'ianr-v. 3"bed- < MOOKB BOAT !'OB .

Keystone Aero Large family room. I3Tr1. room I II bath .jcatod lust VOUR: MONEY a
dining room and den. In Stnrke Ph. 1645791SERVICE
'I outside: .,' Mty llmltr In
Club Plans lent residential: neighborhood.: 4. 'L ; 41NEW "Plnr-bree/r. Easy monthly! a

.. Call 964-5641 after 5:30: p. m.tfchg. terms liongchamp Cr .st Co. SPECIALSki i

Fly-out Soon I Contact Bt foi 6 ivfltrro'l\ Rig ___ $395.00 I c

: Members of the Keystone pone\ : :OIH-6R13> P M Box: : New Model Engines arriving I c

Aero Club and their wives and THE KEY TO. PSft "Sharif*_>f.ii" every day. -! a

da'.E'< enjoyed: a steak ccokoutat C Gracious Living FOR SALEBeaut"flarae 3''
.
the Lions Den in Starke DO Town HouseAPARTIENTS betfrcom: : home. Central heat., FOR RENT TV sets baby I

Tuesday night. DoItYourselfSEAMLESS Insulated. 2 blocks :f shoPP'icp..teT. : b ds. electric guitars and amplifiers t
; The matters of the huntingcl'bs ;
Phon 1:64-: :>171 tfcha refrigerators by day II
and the
} proposed lease
Sell Rent
'I or month. Phone 964-
week or
securing of Piper Aircraft to FurnishedDJ FOR SAlt E-:2! ell S"ice heat- tfchg
locate on the a'.rport: were discussed. \ -ri 45 BTU an'"* r* "-U. Dr'ms 7933. Dahmers. I II

An Interesting film wasa1own or Unfurnished r.r.:: stanii::! Call 964-7327 cr 964- A., J. Thomas. Realtor, General I

by Bob Lapp\ and a Ruford Mitchell FLOORINGMEN 5405._:r hg-10-17 Heal Estate and Appraising IC IC
fly-out( for club members was Phones and
:'or Estates. Corporations
month. FOR SAlE Afjrox. 15 acrss
planned: for the coming -
64-6833 964-6760
Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience
The next meeting: will be held cornering on hard road. ContactW

November 9 at the Keystone I: rr -' ,, H. Maxwell Hampton Fla. in Florida Land Mat- II
KE' ters. 205 N Temple Ave.. Tel.
City:; Hall. NO. 681 -OVERSIZED HOME- I _2tp! -10-17 I
Large lot. 80 x 400. 4 bedroom : 964-5701. TF dig LIBERAL REWARD for thior-. ..

SHAW FAMITY REUNIONSET 2 bath. Family room. 17 x 38. 'XEY-: FOR RENT-Furnished nice efficiency leading to the recoveryof -
SUNDAY OCT. 20 I $50! month SEWING MACHINE Claaned. C
2220 sq. ft. Many extras. Only apartment. 'I Cuckoo Clock taken from my
in
and adjusted yo.rhome. :
oiled!
The 13th annual Shaw Family $19.500 and FHA approved Renner: Aptj. 633 MeMahon. Ph. home Sept. 27, very sentimental 4PAGE
Reunion will be held Sunday. NO. 682TRUCK FARM39 I.934-6279. tfchg $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs value to owner only. Any information -
All work guaranteed. I
also.
Oct 20. at New Hope Church acres. tobacco allotment. barn 41 will be kept confidential.
RELIEF COOK WANTED- Rt. 1, Box
Dennis E. Cogglns
rear LaCrsse.:: All members of fen ed. several Pecan and fruit WANTED Laundry .Phone 533-2175. tfelig G
shifts weekly. Good pay. Apply Raiford. tfchg
asked to arrivein trees. Well for irrigation. 2 workers. Kitchen aids. labor- 89 I
the family are watchman in person at Longhorn Restaurant :-I HOUSE For Sale-New 3 bed-
the business meeting homes and owner reserves We ers, cottage parents ROOFING
time far SHINGLE AND
to start at 11 a. m., followed bya estate In one home. 15500. 1-3 cooks and clerks ground- tfchg Work. -Guaranteed. For estimates room, concrete block with all .
[c1JHLJ( ]) truck driver. Fiveday tile vanity bath. Central heat.
basket lunch at noon. down. keeper, FOR RENT! -Attractively furnished call 964-7236 after 6 p. m. C
All relatives and friends are Strout Realty. 2117 N. TempleAve. week eight hour day.I 2 bath downstairs apart- \ 2tchg 10-10-10-11 Kiystone Hts. on Lake Brooklyn C
Ph. 473-4528 2tchk 10-17(
vacations -
((904) 9646609. State retirement
Invited to attend. ment. Call Mrs. J. W. Klncaid. .
sick leave. If interested please I 9647831. tfchg SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding -
Ph.
FOR SALE Breeding rabbits -
TRAILER LOTS apply in person Personnel Machines for sale electrics C
crt Don't BeDECEIVED Manager Sunland Train- WANTED-Brick and/or block ; subtraction credit balance. and pet rabbits. A few C
LAKE ACCESS Gainesville. Fla. 'and la- Bradford County Tele ready to go. From $2,00 up. Also
Ing Center masons mason tenders
ti $15 Down $15 :Month ttchg btrers. Report to Mr. Farrant graph. U 3 ft, exhaust fan never used. .

S9)5O! ,) Lake Lots $2500 Up I Trlest Const Co. 953 N. Tern- Inquire Smith Shell Station C
RENTALS NEEDED Furnished WANTED USED WRINGER Lawtey. Ph. 782-3699 3chg
pie Ave.. Starke. 3tchi-l0.24.
By Advertised Prices -Investment PropertiesS. or unfurnished. Strout washer: Will pay cash or take

r::----I: Total cost of contract U Realty 2117 N. Temple Ave., WANTED TO RENT-Comfortable In trade on anything.! Dahmers FOR SALE: 1965 Honda 5-90. .

what you actually pay. Get E. McKAY 'Staike. Fla. 904> 96 .6609. : : home on Klngsley Lake or Dlcount House. tchg Excellent shape. Low mileage. 4
the 'REAL FACTS before Call after 5:30: p. m., 964-5087.
Realtor-Appraiser RENT-12x58 3 bedroom ex5cutive type home In town. 6-
FOR Unfurnished
alga. Our payment. are FOR RENT Up
cz: H L\\I.I.N you from 99 to S1A per month Keystone Ilts. 473-4816 trailer. Also 2 bedroom trailer.At Prefer: lease "with option to buy. room house: near school. Reference
Wrte: "M' careDrawer A. THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY
leas with the same down 1 Jct. IS and 225 northwest of I required-Mrs. D. Carlton 4
payment and number of FOR SALE-Nice 2 B. R. C. B. Starke. J. B. White. 9646114. Starke. 1322 Ga. Ave.. St. Cloud Fla. consists of responsible people

months to psy. 5 per cent Home too condition quiet I tfchg' FOR RENT-2 bedroom house 2t.1010 o.f high moral purpose concerned .

I bank financing. No hidden neighborhood. Large lot terms.I Elec Range about the future of our coun .
rita neighborhood.
V charge Ten top manofaourer LARGE Like new modern home. LABORERS WANTED-Permanent FOR RENT-1 bedroom cottage try. Education is our straten'oTruth

represented. 3 br. 2 baths family room car- position. All company and .Oas Heater. Phone 9645801.tf on Kingsley Lake. Oa Heat. Is our only weapon. Inquire .

:-- I AlalIN.. port. Nice neighborhood. $400.00 Benefits. Minimum starting! rate Guy Sale. Phone 533-2366. tfchg John Birch Society. P.O. 4

LOW Down. S1.65. Age 18-45. Apply SouthernWood FOR SALE-1965 Ford Oalaxle. Box 247. Starke. Florida. 32091. 4

f : .I MACIIII? OVERHEAD BUY SELL TRADE Preserving Co., Baldwin black interior. $330 equity and DRESSMAKING Alterations 4tp..-11-7

-, Bill Powell I Fla. 8 a, m. to 4 p. m. tako r.o oayments of $31.00 and all types sewing In my 4

Does It! Real Estate!: 4tchg-10-17 I mnth. Call 431-1089 before 10 home. 2 milea South on Hwy. FOR SALE
100. Phone 964-5348. Archie and Three bedroom frame house out
Call 964-6464 THANK YOU NOTE --Beau-I 1m.. and after 5:30: p. m. Up I
Hera' a vertatn .n.purpose adding machine designed' Bill Powell Real EstateIn Mildred Holllngsworth. of Town modern conveniences.pavement
for year* of dependable trouble-free performance. ThIS The Owners Plaza tifully engraved t In gold or FOR SALE-Beautiful, spacious. Stchg-11-23 600000.
Starke
compact lo.l ,
8 999999.99. Electric operation mak..* figurewom Drive The Trucks. FOR SALE-John Deere "B" envelopes. Bradford heat. Hardwood throughout, 6- TO BE SOLD HERE: Spinet nice lot pavement, low

flit and effortJe*. ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY Tractor: hydraulic lift: 1-row County Telegiapi. tf ft. fence 2 outbuildings full Piano: for $288. Sacrifice to low down payment.

"*H corn wicker readto/ w: 3 ROOM RENT free for light acre Improved: ] Lester Johns close account. Write Credit I Out: of Town lots suitable for

8 10 12 WIDES point disc harrow 7 ft.: 2 bottom maintenance work. Underwcod Rcad (SR-235>. Phone 964-5057. Manager.' Piano & Organ Land. House Trailers or modem

I'/i BATHS drag clow: power corn Motel. Ph.: 964 6985. tfchg Itp Inc.. Phillips Shopping Center. I homes. Priced at $850.00 each.A .

1f&'U.Ol'IUlATEI jjf=ujj I ICH&PIOii AND EXPANDABLtS.LAKE sheller! : 2 wheel trailer 4' x 8'. Jacksonville Fla. J Thomas Realtor Tel. \964-
30 in. grain sides- : .also 58 acre FOR SALE: 2 space heaters, FOR RENT-Unfurnlshed 3 bedroom 5701. _

f&jp**>>*>""-* i. ff farm with Improvements. Lo- NeiCi 51 BTU anl: Washington house In Saratoga Hts. TWO BEDROOM house for rent. furnished
GENEVItMOBILE 1-4 mile South Waldi US 35 BTU. pipe and dampers. $15 Circulating' oil heat carpeted. FOR RENT room
jran 417! S. Cherry. Phone 964-5042. South of Starkeon
f 1.* cottage 3 miles
Phone 782-3332. Up
ADDING MACHINES : :am. tin each or both for $25.00. Good tfchg tf
301. Ph. 9645801.
AS LOW HOMES condition.: 200 E. Adklns St. FOR SALE-18 acres land. large
and
AS''SCi)50Bradford ;!) FOR RENT-F\lrnhhd one tf
two be1""n! rpartpnents. Also O>k trees-$175 per acre. Key. WANTED-Will keep yew childIn ED WAINWRIGHT

ALE S -It-activ 2 b'drcpm cottaae. FOa SALE (tons Hts. Call 473-4667. Itp my home while you work. AGENCYFor

IHMor.ab' Tent W. H. Nollm n. Oil ,space heater. connections WANTED-Temporary part-time Phone 964-7378. Itp All Your
tfeTig tank and stand $10.00. A. J. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
One mile S.E. Keystone Stark. typist-clerk. Experience and ac

County Telegraph Heights on Ronte 100. Oldsmobile. Thomas. Tel. 9645701. curacy desired. Half-day work. FOR SALE-1963 Ford Falcon in
A'.F.-9M
OPEN SUNDAYS FOR. ,> fakes. steering HEATER CLEANING: 10 years Write to P. 0, Box 1088. Starke. good condition. The price Is Mobile Home InsurancePh.
fir. p-w r .
Phone 473-4320 .Small equity, take UP payments, experience Contact Lloyd Allen or phone Mrs. Hall 964-5010 right. Call A R. Marwlck. Ph. Starke 964-6818
Itchg 473-3188. Itchg
Ph 964-7296. Itp 964-5047. 3tp-10-31




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THURSDAY OCT. 17. 1%.
TUB BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKER FLORIDA

... PAGE SEVEN

I Don't Let Down With Balll3c. BHS Coaches Warn Lake City

- -- --, 'How PEN
40-7
Faced with
good football: stopping team Bradford another The Bulldogs of Bolles played Ing split end and a dangerous: 185 pounds the junior! fullback Defense Romps
High coaxes are big Lake City on: even terms pass receiver. Skinner Is also a must be bit hard to be stopped Ends-Tex Patrick and Don-!
their charges not to cautioning let down: George until their starting quarterback good runner with good speed, the scouting report states. nle Elder; tackles Charles By B-Squad FISH MARKET Lake Butler
after their hard won Tomllnson. was Injured but Is inexperienced at the Tight end Steve Walter a 180- Smith and Scottie Smith or Allan .
victoryover : early in the contest, BHS scouts signal calling spot footballerslost
Live Oak last week pound Junior Is pegged by BHS Crawford; mlddleguard Bradford' Bsquad
"Bolles 1] a good football rerorted. Arthur Hardle. a 139-pound: : scouts as a good blocker and a. Willie Cohens; linebackers 40-7 to Lake City last MON: QAT !9 A. M. TO 6 P. M.
Tomlinson injured his ankle senior will probably be the new receiver. Thursday night, but Coach WEDNESDAY:
team. They will be out for pretty fair pass Ralph Morgan and Steve Crawford CLOSED AT 1:00 P. M.
Starke after losing 21-0 to Lake and, is not expected to play epU end, He is repcrted not as The Bulldogs also have a big ; safeties-Bill Adams Bill George; LoP Jf said his!: charge '.
against: : the Tornadoes here Fri. good as Skinner but still dan. Re- Avowed some improvementover LOCATION Turn left At Farmers and Dealers
CIt)." the BHSi, scouting: report tackle In 210-pound Chris Belote! Ronnie Grlggs, and Bank on Hwy.
day.: His replacement will be gerous. their previous performances. 100 (Main St.. In Lake Butler
taped to the dressing room gas another junior. Gene Melvin (coming from Starke; ). Go
,
Chip
Skinner a 160-pound( : junior Fullback Bob Davis Is dan. win on I block, turn
wp'l' reads a Bolles has only one Irfl. this Me of RR tracks.
who ordinarily Is the start. gerous runner for Bolles At Its current record, a 14.12 Some( Improvement and a

.........._&-- ----- -, - - squeaker over Live Oak In the 3 Runners long way to go," Loper said of
- -- .ww__............... third game. The Bulldogs tied the grldders. It is the JV grid- QUALITY SEAFOODS
= The its first; two contests-14-14 with Place In ders' third loss against one win
P&latka and 6-6 with Orange over Macclenny.
GI Park. Quarterback Joey Bennett, or Money Back GuaranteeLarge
The Tornadoes will be out Lee MeetThree who: took over two weeks ago
Friday to redeem their 17 when Dean Johns broke Ills finger West Coast Mullet Speckled Trout Red
1'69 Chevy'sAre & Olds performance a 21-7 loss to the Bradford High runners showed Improvement the Bass Pan Fish Flounder Catfish .
Bulldogs from Bolles. participated la the Lee Inviter coach said Fresh Shrimp .
Like the Tornadoes Bolten! tional cross country meet in The Tornadoes scored their
runs from a pro type offense, Jacksonville Saturday and lone TD on an option pass
often from a :strong eye farnrntloi : made an Improved showing, from Bennett to tight end Richard FISH DRESSED
tj' ; with a slot man between according to Coach George Roberta. FREE
Selling/ i the tackle and split end. They Loper. The B-squad plays In Palatka 5c Per Pound
Discount
) .al u use two split men with Ricky Frick had the best this: Thursday, Oct. 17, at 7 P. on Quantity
only one man In the backfield. Starke time at 11:04: and fin m. Or f>n 20 Pounds' or More
,(i 41 de. (ished the two mile In .
The Bulldogs use a 5-4 course T
/ tense, again like the Tornadoes, 43rd place out of a total of 95 ..........................
: fJ. with either a monster, where Class AA runners. Allan Pats .
,; GREAT! : tha four deep men are shifted was timed at 11:36: and placed
{;t so cne cornerback moves clcse 58ih and Reggie Flynn was
\ > 0 to the line of scrimmage on the clocked at 11:56: and finished fWestern Saddles
0 \\ IItl'onaside of the offensive 61st.The t
backfield or a straight 54. BHS team would have
: \I We Have The I. Tornado Coach David Hurse placed Coach Loper said, U
x >> Bold this week that end Tim enuugh boys had participated. -
FINESTSELECTION :lit. Muphy, who Injured his ankle i ? i
: r against St. Augustine, will still < ?
0 not be ready to play. .He may Mitchell Evans
be kept out two more games.

: Of One Owner offense Mmphy and was defer.se a starter before on both his Manager Of i- $59.95i

) Injury.
: New Car .* Starting Tornado line-up Is Stuckey's Dies
expected to be the same as for
P'' TradeInsWe've D the last two contests: :fri This'
:} Offense George Mitchell Evans 32, OnlyfSTARLING
of k
manager k4
Stuckey's Pecan
''q Had k Tight end-Tex Patrick: split .
Shoppe north of
n :?. end. Adratn Brown; tackles- Starke on U.
lit. S. 301, was dead on arrival at
9 Charles/ Smith and: Scottie
In a .) Smith; guards-Joe Green and a local hospital Wednesday i
morning following i
a heart at.
Chandler RobJ
Christy ; center- FARM
H SUPPLY
tack at his home.
Long Time : bin Smith; quarterback Bill
9 Bclote Melvin Mr. Evans was born In Dodge
; fullbackGene : ;
k back County, Georgia on Jan. 4, WILLIAM E. STARLING Owner
) running Ronnie Grlggs -
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and flanker back. Bill Adams.
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Baldwin : Claxton. Ga. He was a memberanJ Bridles $5.95 $16.95 O Halters $1.25 $6.50 .
past president of the Starke
I School Board Lions Club, the Elks Lodge HORSE BLANKETS $3.00 to $5.50 0
and a member of Elbethel Baptist -
Does :
9 Church near Chauncey, Ga. : A Complete Line
.9 Opens Bids Surviving are his wife, MaryJo .
Evans; one daughter, Clarice
On Your Feet! : Elizabeth, and a son, Robert : We Stock A Full Line Of Cattle
Business | At a special meeting Tuesday Mitchell, all of Starke; three :
f night the Bradford County brothers, Clark B. Evans.
G* Sc.nssl: feuard slowed its usjal Gainesville; Levi Evans New And Horse Feeds .
.9 pell-mell pace and took:: time ta>> Orleans, La; and Ernest Evansof At
0 transact som routine bjslness.: Chauncey. .

1968 OLDS CUTLASS 1968 CHEV. Cus. Cab Pickup .J opening Topping; of bids tha for agenda audio-visual were Funeral'services will be held : Rock

2[ Futr Door Sedan. V-8 Engine. Automatic Plenty New Warranty Left. Radio Heater. "9 equipment, to closed circuit TV at 11 a. m. Friday In the First Bottom Prices i
V Radio and Heater. Still In New Car Warranty. Oversize. Mud Grip Rear Tires. Only 5,000 ffl setup at the Middle Schojl: a Baptist Church, Starke, with
ONLY.$2295.00 Miles. dishwasher for an elementary Rev W. A. Hogan officiating. :
and discarded auto. Interment will be at 11 a. m.Satul'day See Eddie
0 ONLY - $2195.00 | school:: some Starling Farm Supply
In cemetery at Chaun-
9 mobile parts. I
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coy, with DeWItt C. Jones :its Brownlee St.
Accepting the single bid of $31 Phone
4 Door IlardtJp. Power Windows Steering and 1966 CHRYSLER N. Yorker 0 Funeral Home In charge Av 964-6062
Z: Brakes Air Cond. Low Mileage. Still In "..rFOllr Door Sedan. Power 0) made by Eugene ntck for' the. -
Windows .
0 rantr. Steering automobile parts, the! board referred .. .........
Brakes. Air Conditioning. One Owner. A the rest of the :bids to 1 -
: ONLY $2995.00 ONLY$2295.00 S .committees for study and lec- V .T -

1967 CHtVKOLE;. ;.T Impala 1967 CHEVROLET Impala S, cnnmntatlons.The bard also agreed to>> bor. {; "I'm a registered Democrat I'm voting '

Super Spt. Cp. V-8. Automatic, Radio. Heater 4-Dnor Har.1fnp. Radio. Heater. V-8 Enrlne. Z row S54.UUO ta tide th- system:! .
A Power Steering and Brake and Air Coed; Still Antomatlc Transmlnslon. One Owner. In War- << over; until tax monies com:: In,
2 In Warranty raonty. 'Sjpsrlntgndsnt; Tom Cas?y said

ONLY$2495.00 ONLY$2295.00 O this was a routing procedure: and I Democratic from the Courthouse
that such a step is usually necessary : -
at this time of the: year ,
eiyey DODGE RT Spt. Cpe. 1967 FORD GALAXIE 500 0 Casey also told the Board that

O J48 Magnum V-!} Engine. Automatic TransmlsA 4-Door Sedan. V-8. Antomatlc. Radio. Heater. M school officials disssversl: Tuesday I the Whitehouse"
Dion. Radio Heater. Bucket Seats Console. Power Steering. Air Conditioning.ONLYrttaranty. V morning:: that! the fire alarm to
2T ONLY$2295.00 system at Middle School works t
$2195.00 g extl"emelyll.. He explainedthat
a basket of trash! caught I
01966 FORD MUSTANGDoor 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury III G fire and that the alarm .stayed t
V-8. Automatic. Power Steering, Q on until the fire was out and the
Hardtop CouP 6-Cyllnder. 3Speed. Radio and Brakes. Radio. Heater. Air One
Conditioning. A !jmoke!' had cleared After all that's the leasta
::1ier. ellow-Blark Interior One Owner.
.1I| Owner. ?
z The building! had been: evacuated -
ONLY$1395.00 ONLY-------$1795.00 J wlttjut! : incident and afire 00 registered Democrat can do for ,
truck was called but was the that has
2? 1967 PONTIAC Temp. Cus. 1966 CHl.VROLETuBel-Air: not needed party done so much
kLI t for him for her
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and for
Sport Coupe. V-8. Automatic. Power Steering 4-Door Sedan. V-t. Automatic. Radio and Heat O t
O Brakes. Kwdlf. Heater Air Cond. One Owner. er One Owner. High Mileage But ttolld. A DemocratsPlan the Nation. i

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ONLY $1095.00 |
SONLY $1995.00
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19bo hevrolet % 1 Pickup: t
Jl967 FORD PICKUP Of TicketAn
Fleetllne Body 337: V-8 Engine. 4-peed Trans9
2!Short Styleslde Body. 6-Cyllnder. Badlo. HeatWer. mission Radio and Heater. One Owner. O ,

One Owner. ONLY - $1495.00 elt Intensive campaign In I
ONLY Y $1695.00
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66 RAMBLER Wagon | "from the White House \}\ 't
1966 CHEVROLET BelAir4loor to the Courthouse" was draft- #
V-8. Automatic. Power Steering Brakes. Ra- A Doe this sound L ''a
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Sedan. V-B. Automatic. Radio and Heat- dlo. Heater and Air Conditioning One Owner. TT ed at a meeting of the Bradford )o\\e 9 t: m4 1.1 '
.er.One Owner County Executive Committee like the country's 1i.: ; \O .
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ONLY $1695.00 p. .
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3 he group authorized the going to pot? ire \ 9''\1"\ 96ent Mega a ,.
1963 CHEVROLET Impala O opening of campaign headquarters h\ \toe 1botSo t
1964 CHEVROLET Wagon across from the courthouseon ,"\ \)eV90' ''fP'tI .
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4-Door Sedan. V-8. Automatic. Power Steering 1 O'C 't \
9 l-Door.. V-A. Automatic. Radio and Heater and Brakes. Radio. Heater and Air Conditioning A D. S. 301, and voted to send t \. !J> () \, It""e '
Air Condo Real Solid. Extra Clean a contribution of $300 to Demo \ '{ A500() '{ ,aoob\It"e

8 ONLY - $995.00 ONLY $895.00 J I cratic National Headquarters.Aii ha :, o 9'et t
I extensive program of news cCt6: \e1 are"' yatoG' eot t steno'

81964 PONTIAC Bonneville 1963 OLDSMOBILE 98 .I paper advertising, radio was, and also bill planned.board t Don't be misled totc:e.9'a' Aouned'Qa1:aty'a 'P\ eaa' :

*2?t-Door Hardtop. Power Window, Steering and Holiday Coup*. Power Windows Steering, Guy Andrews, chairman of by the prophets of vec't"e"9-\; toegaeaehetti': e 9'1': :,'!> I
Brakes. Air c.d Radio and Heater. Brakes. Air Conditioning. Radio and Heater I I tho committee, urged all mem \0 0 \ .
-ONLY - $1295.00 ONLY-------$1095.00 berg of the committee to redouble Gloom ,and Doom;"" once.ota '::'f soot'
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: I security and medicare which: \ ()
: were started under Democratic with NEGATIVE \1\)

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EIGHT THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARICE. FLORIDA
THURSDAY, OCT. 17. IM

Tornadoes Win 3rd Game





Big Red's Clutch Plays Beat Live Oak. 16-12


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Outgunned running and passIng It was a tough, hard-hltting, :Live sustained Oak's drives two TD's of 74 came and on 98 capped a 74 yard drive with a the Tornadoes. on third down cornerback Oene 34 yards on the drive, which put' nine yarder and Warren caught

the Tornadoes of Bradford evenly matched 48 minutes of running the 42 yard pass to halfback William :Athougii the Bulldog passing Melvin and the Bulldogs Mor- Live Oak ahead :129. three straight dewn-aJM-out-of-\ )
High came from behind twice football the Tornadoes had to yards, netted by bounds for 6, 5, and: '6 yards In
Tornado ends and: on d3-or-die: ''Mcrrell, the Bulldog's big attack accounted!, for both: Live; rell crashed together in mid-air The Bulldogs did almost all
with big clutch plays to edge play in Live Oak
the: bulldogs of Suwannee Countheir third straight game. It was passes by running' attack rell came back to catch the bal played havoc with It by intercepting if Morrcll had caught the ball nado ends, hardly ever trying the clock.
Hunter when his
ty High 16-12 Friday night by far the toughest contestI Red dele 'at the 15, then whirled around five passes. Hunter'sfirst but Melvin came down with it. the BHS middle and getting no- Hunter moved from his 33 to
failed be/ore the Big
... .,' -'- BHS's Bill Adams for the score three aerials of the third, Hunter passed to his favorite where over Willie Cohens, Char the BUS' 34 then lifted a bombto

use Success when It came( was with 3:36 remaining the third period were intercepted; one end Mike Hampton for 18 yardsto lea ISmlth. and Scottie Smith Warren with two minutes left

r J -lightntng for ;h3 Tornadoes period. vas Belote's grab that went for open hla 98 yard scoring when they did. They were also In the game But Ronnie Grlggs
quick-as
) The first half ended with the the first Tornado TD. drive. Coming through with four completely stopped: at the ends grabbed It, the fifth Tornado interception -

yF Belote flashed up from his Tornadoes having* minus 10 Bill Adams intercepted his straight third down do-or-dle on the second TD drive but the to end the< final

safety post to Intercept a Hunter yards rushing and only 12 yards second Hunter aerial' after the passes after the Tornodoes com- short passes to Warren clicked threat and preserve the win.

Intended for fullback:: Vern passing, But Live Oak had only Tornadoes: had kicked: off to open pletely stifled the Bulldog run- After the second BHS score, Statistic
;pass
ter 43 rushing: and 67 passing The ning attack Hunter hit putting the Tornadoes to Live
Roberts at the line o' scrimmage the second half. The Big Red offense quarter \: on top
Nobody had n chance for second! period Bulldog\ TD yardage though aroused, jot only turned receiver Sammy stay 16-12 the Bulldog passing BHS Oak

him as the Tornado signal cAller came on three Hunter passes eight yards In three plays. Warren en a 10 yardsr for the attack still clicked as the Tnr- First Downs 5 14

caught the ball on full speed for 12, 8 and 42 yards and Hunter passed on first down second Bulldog TD with 6:41: left nadoes gave up short yardage Rushing .1.4

and raced the 23 yards to the was helped along by a 15-yard but Belote got it. The Tornadoes in the fourth .period. Morrell and guarded against the bomb. Passing 2 8

corner to score. It wai: oil: over personal foul penalty against kicked off to Live Oak, and also passed to Warren for a big Fullback Vern Roberts!: caught a Penalties 2 2

In diagnosed an Instant! the play and perfectly.Belote had ...........I ........................ .....................-.

The final go-ahead TD came .
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Smith smashed -
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through the middle of the 0

Bulldog forewall to block Bobby .

Fisher's punt Just as it left his ,.'
foot. Going through the line .

:tight behind Smith. Chand-

ler scrambled for the loose ball nnouncement

and won the fight with Fisher : :

for It.Belote.
I immediately took advan- .

tage of the break to toss his 23
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Ronnie Grlggi latcltra<< onto it Bulldog.\' pas< to end Live Oak's the left corner of the end/one. : Extraordinary :
Brown had step the Bulldog -
a on
final drive '
I o scum at the- three yard line after they were down
and the one of
safety pass
16.12 in rhe fourth period! Number!; :30' I 1w Bradford's Gene Melvin. .
six Belote completed of the 20
live Oak' Sammy, Warren Is on the ground. he put .up, was perfectly thrown. .

= Coach David Hurse's players Brown had missed nn easy .

F had been subjected to this sea- chance a few minutes before, .

son and their first road game. but he caught that all Important

The win avenged a 33-6 lost aerial like he had glue on his : .

last year to the Bulldogs. fingers I _,t '
4ii Down 6-2 at the half the Big Live Oak had 14 first downsto .
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Red of BHS went ahead on a Tornadoes' S, but .,
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third period: pass interception: Red players came up with the .. .. % 1, ."'.,' ; .'. e'I"" 1" '* ';4' '. '. '''fF; \' .
by Bill Belote which the Tor- big play, the clutch etf:>rt-like !t'.iJC.f.fi! J : ...': :... ;..:; .

Fr nado safety returned 21 yards 'Ronnie Grigg's: Interception of I>f. M1... .;. i> .'!lor'""! ," 6. '. DS" ,"C.. ''. ,", .
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They had to do It all over line! to stop a Bulldog .scoring. .\ ,if.. ','"".. N 6'P ,081. : ;," :
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Live Oak scored on a 98 yard the game i""D" \ S. 10' f .
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punt and middleguard Christy Mike Norman tripped up ,:",' 1 1i JlI$"'j"\'t\\ ] ''', .. ; 'til .::<.: ,. .

Chandler chased down the loose Fisher in the Buldog end zone .tJ H'a. "j \ ''f'1' '' / J ,r. ::.:: \r J. .

pigskin, then quarterback Belotehit after the punter had to chasa ..,,!. ,' "( : ', I:( .

spit end Alain Brown with.a down and errant snap. Norman e. J,. .. "" '1 ; : ,', ,"" '1':' .:' iJ."l J";
:21 yard scoring pass: an first tripped the punter up and Tom ." 'i. '1- .. '. ': 1 '."" : ',,;'" ". ;I : I. .

;down with 2:54: lel\( in the game Marks brought him down. Putting it.. ;: ) ,.\, t'Kj' .
for the winning touchdown.( \! BHS I.. 1', I. I ,. l ,, ,,,:;,, Io. ," .
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"", was a hair-raising night came with 6:4: left in the second I "r ''
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.... :0.....J BHS coaches and players, who period. :: ., ,. .. .". ; .. .. .". '..:;''it. 'i\';,;'\;' .

/ I." showed evidence of taunt nerves The safety end Bill Adams'two n'rr :' ., .' ':. it:' .' ', ,' ., ,, b '. ,' f' '"II" .
Bill Belote crosses goal line and for 1,500 Bradford fans! extra points proved to be the .',.:, ;r ,,',,, ,r, .1... ,"\.1.q' ," ",r'.tt., I
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'ilrfcdfnrd's first touchdown put- see the perennially toujli battle four times. 1 .> I .;. ,f i, ,.t,, ()Cl' ""lW'io,'''''' ''J .' ', "' ,- '.1;" ." .:
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Tornado gridders played tackles with seven; Gene ,Melvin Pensive corps. Several bread .

championship :ball on offensive had 6 tackles two assists; and butter plays which havo .
against Live Oak according to Tex Patrick 5 tackles 4 assists for the
always been big gainers .
films graded play-by-play Ronnie 4 tackles
game ; Grlggs. not
Tornadoes in the pas are
!by Bradford High coaches .3 assists; Allan Crawford[ 4-2; this The BH3 eleven .
A player who completes 70 Donnie Elder 4.2, and WIllie going year.
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is also having trouble! : Ann Ford
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:per cent of his offensive assign. Cohens 41. the offensive option play which :

ments Is considered to have Ralph Morgan and Steve the Tornado running attack is .
played championship caliber Crawford were both 3 6, Tom Hurse .
.built around this season.
ball Coach David Hurse said. Marks 3-3. Bill Adams 2.1, and : his team's lack

The Head Tornado also said Mike Norman 20. said of success, explaining offensively against : The 48th Miss America :

that grades tend to be higher Belote led the team in garnering : Live Oak

In a passing offense such:: as stars for outstanding efforts 1 Hurse and assistants are workIng -

the Tornadoes attempted against against Live Oak. He got threeof these problems this .
on
Live Oak than /when a team is the 11 handed cut. One star '
week us they have'! In past .
running the ball when he / blocked flat I
came was weeks, l'uadmt: that they will .
Center Robbie !Smith had prob- on his back and got up to make :have! to wait until the game Fri

ably the most outstanding of- the tackle one for the pass in- day to tee If they have corrected .
fensive showing with a grade of tercepton which he returned fora the flaws e

80 per cent for 40 plays. Thatis touchdown, and one for the Hurss still says the Tornadoes .

all but two of the offensive 25-yard run on the pass interception could prove a dangerous
attempted for the Tornadoes. .
plays offensive ball club if the big option -
: Bill Adams and Allan Crawford play can be made as it .
Quarterback Bill Beiote graded had two stars each Adams' should. .

71.5 per cent for 42 plays. Full- efforts came on his two pass The Head Tornado; also ha back Gene Melvin, 76: per cent interceptions. Crawford tackledthe praise for tackle Charles: Smith L .

in 38 plays; tackle Allan Crawford passer behind the l l'ne and and sal.-t.es Bill Belote And Bill .

88 per cent in 17 plays; got up off his back after being Adarru for their defensive performance .

tackle ScottiE! Smith 69 per !blocked to make a tackle. ; against Live Oa*.

cent In 18 plays; guard Christy Stars were also given Gene "Belote 1 to a fine defensive ball = :

Chandler, 80 per cent in 25 Melvin and Ronnie Grlggs for player, one of the boat we've

plays; guard Joe Green.: 67.per pass interceptions; Soothe Smith ever had here," Hurs states of
cent in 42 plays, and tackle end Christy Chandler for the his quarterback."We = ,

Charles Smith, 63 per cent in 40 blocked> punt which paved the gained, a lot of confidence m 301 toarg reoalt 964-7500

plays. way for the second TD; Mike In ourselves" Hurse ss'd of the:
The big tackle Smith, was Norman for making she tackle hotly fought Live Oak contest E STARKE FLORIDAPAGE

credited with playing an out- 01 the safety the Tornadoes The BUS mntl'lsaid the Live

standing defensive aam He made first real foot
Oak bout was the
was in on 12 tackles, six Individuals Though: Live Oak outgalned ball game his Tornadoes! bav .

and six assists more than the Tornadoes 266 yards on offense been in this season. But Holies. .
any other Tornado. Safety Bill to 110, Coach Hurfe coming s

Belote had the moet Individual praised the efforts of his of up Palatka all in, and* row.Perry An: 0000000000000000000. ........0.............. ..



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I 20DEMOCRATS Dear Mr. Matthews: to me. -.d

[ With reference your recentdtorlal Sincerely
wherein you quote col- Mrs. Glen Duke
umlM James. Reston in his 2517 Davle Blvd.
Proof of the PuddingIn glowing remarks about Senator Ft. Lau erdale, Fla.

Muskle! I wonder if you know Dear Mr. Matthews:

spite' of modest gains on the industrial Benson record, right down the line. Mr anything Reston of? the Evidently background not. of compliment May I take the this Bradford means Co..to

front, Bradford County's econ- In contrast, Vice President HumphrE'Sl1PP01.tg ;\' 16- [ Mr. Reston. for a quarter of Telegraph and Its NEW LOOK

omy is still based on a solid foundationof the present strong farm pro- REPUBLICANS a century, has been writing of Having a background: in Journalism -

agriculture. gram--and would attempt to make it the glories of the "Liberal Es. : makes me- aware of the
Putting it another way-what's good even stronger. f tablishment.\ He is. and has importance of appearance, To-

for the farmer is good for Bradford Born and reared in rural America, been a consistent defender of day's Telegraph as comparedwith
Hiss. In 1964
the traitor, Alger The Telegraph of yester-
County, and an examination of the Mr. Humphrey understands the problems a;; ::{
rec- L : Reston wrote from Moscow day is very much like the difference -
. .
ord beycnd doubt that the Democratic and has crusaded for programs and 12- ................. city because ,,
proves, I ................. "This Is a generous between night and day.
policies to help farmers gain their right- I ................. Kruschev controls the
Partis; good for the farmer.He ................. May I also compliment the
has thrived in of Democratic ful place in the American economy. He police The Kremlin Is no 101'\11- staff for the "Ne Telegraph."
years / :::::::::::::::::
.... I . . ata symbol of fear and Those who have been assignedthe
administrations and floundered in the has' sponsored or supported all of the : ... -
/ .. ,t.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:, death." responsibility of proof read-
of GOP regime.In following measures .. 1"/ : : : : : : : : :
years ... : : : : : : : : : In his book "The. Artillery Of Ing have certainly Improved.The .

eight years, the Democrats have --Parity income legislation. As Senator .::::::::::::::::::::::: .:::::::::::::::::: The Press" Reston wrote, "New Telegraph" Is as error -
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been able to pull farmers cut of the and Vies President, he has vigorously 8- . . . .I'' . . "The credit of the American free as any paper I have

swamp of past Republican failuresNet : sought to strengthen price supports, ..'.::.: ..:.:::.:.:::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.: "...at iJf't"; ,, ':.::.:.:::.:.:::.::.::.::. newspapers with the American ever read.

-- farm income is up thirty percent increase markets, and step up farm returns .::::::: .:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. ','it ..1 sdC :"" ::::::::::::::::: people for accuracy and" good 1 Join with you in the feeling
from all commodities.! ..:.:.:.:.:' ..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.' ;: y: : '.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. Judgment Is not high. Most of pride that you must certainly


moditie-Government.* are down stocks to !the of lowest farm com-level programs.Legislation-Rural/ electric in and rural telephone /JII:::: :::::: tII:::::::: :: : ::::::::::: :: t, I:::: II': certainly to. Reston's this Mr.situation.Mr. Reston background. contributed is ment have Telegraph.a for new Congratulations.your Bradford latest achieve County

since 1952.! resource development : : such that nothing he writes
. . . . . . . . .:rR. . . Sincerely
-Exports have soared by fifty per flood control watershed development, it: }: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :t :t }: : :' 4.: .I,. :: :t :t : : could: possibly mean any thing Peter J. Novak

I cent to a high of $6.8 billion. and water pollution control. 41' . . . . . . . . :r "- 'tfi; . . Stavke Fla.
But what the farmers and Bradford -Vital conservation! programs of the 4n )
can '
County as a whole expect under a ACP and the Soil Conservation Services.Expanded :frmtmm, : :mmmmmr rmtmmmmm::F;ti { N" )rmmmm FLORllIALCOJlOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

Farmers' Home Adminl- . . If,[( . . . . . : 'f' .Etrs, . .
Republican regime? Well : :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.::1 1 :::::::::::::::::::::1::::::::::::::::::::::::t:::: 4.A .., "r., I"::::::::::::::::: '
The last time Richard Nixon had a tratfon loans. alco- '
,
chance to help the farmer-when he was -The War on Hunger through school 1910 '20 '30 40 '50 60

Vice President and Mr. EZRA TAFT lunch and school milk program for \\09

I BENSON: was Secretary of Agriculture: young Americans, and the food stamp
-Net farm income fell seventeen per and welfare food programs for low in- 1910 191316 1921 192324 1929 193336 194548 1953 56 1961 I topics ji
1912 191720 1923 1925 28 1932
cent. come families. j 193740 1949 52 1957 60 1963
Taft Wilton, Hard Coolidge Hoover 194144 Truman Eisenhower, Kennedy
'Government inventories of surplus The Food for Freedom program, 'ing Roosevelt By PAUL C. FORAKER
farm commodities mushroomed to more providing markets for billion of dol- 1964
than $6 billion. lars worth of farm products while bringing 196567 Editor Information ServicesE.

Since 1D60, the Republicans have conRiRtently hope to the hungry people of less JohnsonFARMER'S M. Jellinek, In his book there Is general social acceptance .

opposed Democratic efforts to fortunate countries. "The Disease Concept of Alcoholism of large Individual con.
raise farm income. Here's how : Maybe :you are one of those drugged ," points out there Is not sumption.

-Ei hb' per cent of Republicans- independents"!: who think that all theeprngrm DIARYclub just one form of alcoholism, but A hard-drinking Frenchman,
several. lie describes the four who works In
particularly one
"giveaways"and
ing in the Senate in September 1968 opposed are government J
adequate funds for price support should be abolished by the flick ofa Some of the berry growers on the .argument. most holism common as: species of alco drinks the wine-growing as much as three area quarts often
have already set out plants
loans.! Republican veto pen. ready to The yellow-flowered plants 1. Alpha alcoholism purely of wine a day starting with a
.-Eighty.five per cent of Republicansin I* r.r>, take A look at the accompanying and transplant others to are beds getting covered with are taking over the countryside psychological dependence on al six-ounce glass of wine with
chart and what has happenedto cohol for relief of breakfast and continuing at .
the House voted against legislationfor ) see black plastic mulch. We havean now and one of the'prettiest Is bodily or regular
the feed grain, wheat certificate farm income during Republican ad- idea some of the latter are crotalaria. We think this plant emotional pain and with no signsof intervals throughout the

and cotton programs. mini ftrationa over the past 58 i years. holding back. waiting for a w4 seeded around here some progression. day.This
Beta alcoholism of drinker be
cent of Republican The lesson is clear. rainy spell which will help to tlir.\ ... ago and it spread to the 2. -Complications type may
-Ninety-four
per of alcoholism, such as considered addicted to alcohol
"No man i is an island"=and that applies get the plants off to a good ( A roadsides and now may be seen
in the House and eighty-one percent gastritis may occur simply be- but he may go on indefinitelynever -
start. Some of the farmers, pretty much all around the
of those in the Senate voted against to farmers! just as much Ithe= of have irrigation systems area cause of heavy social drinkingand really drunk and never

Wheat-Cotton Bill in 196.. rest of us. Whatever affects farm income course, and are able to set plantsat see with no signs of physical or totally sober. Unlike the Gamma

-.Unanimous: GOP opposition killed affects the income of every other a time of their own choosing. A: our place we have somerudbeckla psychological dependence. alcoholic these "Deltas" usually
3. Gamma alcoholism-Both show no loss of control over
woman and child in the nationone S e By Sam McGarvey which looks like
man
the commodity reserves bill in House an
psychological and physical dependence drinking and have no compulsionto
,
or another. The Calf Scramble has been overgrown black-eyed susan
subcommittee.The way are observed and drink themselves into a
-- Curtis Bill to knock out effective The Nixon voting record against constructive po.tponed until November! but and consider agriculture as a but the plant putting on a real physical dependence is characterized stupor.

grain price support is a Republican farm legislation is too lengthlyfor an event which had been scheduled crucial segment of the country's how is our Confederate Rose. by loss of control of However, since they often are
Scramble
along with the The change the bloom makes,
> have file economy. drinking. unable to abstain from alcoholfor
publication.( a copy on ,
. bill. a fund-raising supper for the S e from pure white to a deep rose
f :lIr.ixon) says!' he will change theM ho'vever: for anyone who has the time benefit of the local FFA Chap- While we're waiting on a re- red. is one of tjie most mysterious 4. Delta alcoholism-Both and physical dependence psychological unlike even so many a day alcoholics they cannot-In the

present program-but he doesn't: !say and stomach to peruse it. era will be held as planned sponse from the U. S. Corps of transformations we've are observed, but the United States ,who ,are "Gam-

1 how. The Nixon record is the Ezra TaftThey're Saturday, OCt 19, at the fair District Engineers on a requestfor ever seen. S e o physical dependence Is characterized mas"-ever go "on the wagon."
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grounds. This event is sponsored drainage study of the coup by an inability to abstain France tops the list in amountof
by the FFA Mothers and ty, the debate goes on. It seems The music the young set likes from alcohol rather than by a alcohol consumed by its
complete details may be ob- that Alligator Creek is being today-we'll call it Rock'n'Rollfo. loss of control. In other words citizens in a year's time. Secondon
I Having School at BHS tained from Mrs. L. C. Sapp. a want of a beter term-Is
cleaned out and this is upset- the Delta type requires regular the list is Italy, with Switzer
ting the residents along Sampson enough to frazzle the nerves ofa "maintenance doses" of alcohol.In land third.
I :From all we can hear from various and to teach them how to live in today's Already there's a hint of cool- Lake as the latter want lot of older people. We've the United States, Gamma The United States ranks eighth
chool employees; and faculty members world.' ne s in the air and it won't belong dignng done downstream on suspected all along that it was alcoholism Is the species that and Canada ninth. Far down the
before we'll be Into Indian having a bad effect, and now
Sampson River. There's old But In other list Finland and the Nether
an predominates. coun. are
nd from limited personal observation, The Telegraph has sometimes been!: with(
Summer crisp days and we have what seems to be
saying-You can't please everybody tries the most common type lands which rank 20th and 21st
the atmosphere at Bradford .High critical, and will continue to be critical, Instead of hunting for shade, and when it comes to ;proof. may be one of the others. respectively.Got .
School this term is far removed and of grades that come too easily, and so- we'll be seeking out the sun- drainage that should be modified seeIt For example, Delta alcoholism a drinking problem or do

much improved over previous years.A called /social promotion.But shine.: Of the seasons we like to-You can't please any- seems that some scientists predominates in France Chile you know of someone who does?
new principal has taken over at with the hiring of Mr. Diggs fall best but you can have the body! have tested the effect of that and Portugal all of which are Write for information on Florida

BHS, and apparently "taken over" is n man who believes in an honest!' day'svork freezes that C winter. brings. S e mUM on termites and report considered wine-drinking coun Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program
But speaking of disputes how that it Is dl'lvinthe/ little old tries. In these nations a fairly from FARP's Information Services
the to put it. A set of policies from his students and faculty and
just way We see where Secy. Freeman about the one between the Keystone wood-eaters crazy. The scientists steady morning-to-evenIng drinkIng Box 1147 Avon Park Fla.,
has been promulgated by Principal Ralph expects:) to get it--we can see some: hope reminds the country that the : Heights City Council and say the music causes the pattern is common and 33825.
I Dijrjrs: and faculty under which Mr. for academic discipline again. We also farmers spent $15.4 billion last the Sportsmen's Club over lease term.tea: to eat themselves to

Diges says: each student U allowed all realize:: that the first six-weeks period of year and that they are about of a portion of the city's airport death, and to disregard their
for lead- school the best customers the rest of it normal dutiec::, so if you see a
the "freedom and opportunities a year is somewhat analogous to property And just to make
has. He says the U. swaim of the pests acting silly, Tooth End Is Called
the nation
Decay Likely
of
ership that he is capable of earning and the first quarter of a football game- S. should be aware of that fact the more lively two members! the chances are they've been'
council side with the hunt
being responsible! for. it's a long way from being finished. listening to a bang-bang combo. Within Ten Years Expert SaysTooth
Mr. Digits apparently-and we ap- Supt. Tom Casey and the School ,

j 1-laud him for it-holds in contempt Board are to be congratulated on their decay, a disease that affects at least 98 per cent

those "progressive" attitudes of excusing choice of a new principal and for their of Americans may be preventable within 10 years, the directorof

breaches) of conduct and social customs support of the policies Mr. Diggs is ad- Remember. the National Institute of Dental Research said recently.Dr. .

l as' "$iclme s" with no blame re- ministering. 25 Years AgoCamp Ronald J. Gibbons, one of three scientists, conductingthis

\ Bronsibility: or guilt placed on the stu- As one BHS teacher put it, "We're research explained that an enzyme, Dextranase, has been

. dent. having school this year, and I mean it's initially sutcessful: with animals in experiments to kill the

The new principal also' is evil ical of the wonderful !r' Blanding was in the welding auto mechanics and last May and Joined the Sea microbes that attack the teeth and create cavities.

college: rat-race and pressure! for grades We have every hope that Bradford's process October 1943. of changing other allied courses soon. Plans bee& lie was stationed at Camp Several research groups are trying to find a comparable key

placed by parents and schools. parents: will lend their whole-hearted) ever from an induction and were afoot for a building which Peary, Va.Bradford. to the plaque that is formed by another group of bacteria,

Mr. Digjrs' has pledged publicly to get support to the new effort at BHS-sup Replacement training camp to Training an Infantry CenterunCleI' would workshops.Include Students classrooms in high and exceeded Its called diptheroids, which are thought to be a major factorin

the high school back on a "normal" tried port which our students and schools desperately County disease and decay at the of teeth.
Brigadier General Eugene school and adults were to be Third War Bond Drive quota by periodontal base and roots
and proven curriculum. lie evidently intend need. W. Fales. included with some evening Iruesing S206.671 on a quotaOf -

: tt impart information to studentsHe's Gen. Fales said that replace- classes. 197422. -Y' :ftJ "" ...
ments in every category wouldbe A breakdown of the towns -" :- .

trained at the camp. This In- Mm In Service (1943) wwit Hampton quota, $10.000 .. ...-.0 "
Blameless. .? cluded riflemen machine gun Tommy' Rtch'! was in town for sold. 10$, 312; Brooker quota, ....-:- -- ".
acre, mortar men anti-tank a brief vacation from his medical $15.000 sold $8,176; Lawtey '
men intelligence men radio .studies at Emory but he $20.000. sold 5275. Bradford "\ .
Now comes A. Syd Herlong Jr. of the country'," plight on him-at least wire! and message center men, got to town the long way HUn<< School teachers and students it.

Leesburir, retiring U.. S. Congressman. partially. But we won't blame it on :Mr. drivers. motor mechanics round. :, $3,395.Joseph ( I it
Although a Democrat, Herlong says he Herlong, since last year he answered coqks, clerks, and any other Infantry Tommy was officially in the E. Wilson canvassed

i is supporting Republican Richard M. only 47 per cent of the House's 245. roll job. Navy, but they allow him to thj: business men of the county. 4;" ..; .
Nixon. call votes. continue with his medical stu- To put the county over the
One of the events held at the
The reason, says Mr. Herlong, is that Mr. Herlong isn't0 blame for thecountry's Camp after the changeover was dies. Other advantages include top the Park Theatre held ft ?

he has a "bellyful" of the way the coun- plight., He wasn't there whenit a demonstration of swimming Wien hltcb-hlking: Tommy on found Navy a planes.vacant ployees bond show sellng with bonds postofflce at a boothin em- G (jO BOGIUtj. <

try is being run. happened. by 30 lieutenants of the Re. sea: on a bomber out of Atlantahe the lobby. They sold a total ULe 1

Since Mr. Herlong has been a Con- Gainesville Daily Sun placement Center. considered himself very of $6.000 In,bonds. Those taking
gressman for 20 years, we could blame A.i a climax of a course of lucky. The only trouble was part were: Barney E. McRae, '- .._--- '.. .
instruction by Ben Stan-
given that enroute the pilot received Mr$. J. L. Anderson John H. : :- .
ton. National Red Cross Safety orders to proceed to Miami and Jack Halle. W, M.
Pcwell
Instructor 11 events were held. without a Jacksonville stop. Edwards was chairman of the PIIOTO<;RAPIIV HIGHLIGHT clear pi,-'.....*. Reniemlier. not. la
I The designed to lean, HguinM the tide of the mating
course was
of Ilolii vAn
OF BOATING
Arthur Torode son
John drive.
The county
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH -- .... make soldiers competent in the received boat a* yon shoot.
Il water under any circumstances. Mrs Pauline Torode opportunity l'" enjoy |II..IOIC' To avoid blur" the marine pholugrupberi .
his silver wings as flying officer ranliy is oar "f 'h.! major j liitlilinlil( .at Ktinrmle; :Motors unggrM'
.
'A .::-o. The! skills demonstrated included and commission! as a second "r..H fiiuting liolilty.\ Marine. ph'oll'l .a "minimum "runiem speed of 1/250
.. : o swimming wish the use of Air My Neighbors l 1..lh rrrulitrly rrwuriliiifflirraiiM .
r. ESTABLISHED 1879yfrif ... ; : lieutenant in the Army ranliy. is of a lerond.Precaution
?- a Inflated clothing and barracks Force. He was a member of the of tinvariety, end liruiily lionld. be taken to
r' : -. bags helmets inverted buckets, 18ti; class of Aviation Cadets to of iiliji-rl. mullcr, mill I u riiulluiwliiTiiii keep equipment dry, especially. tin, *
iha8ild4F and keeping: afloat with the help from Advanced Twin- .r it prrsi-nts .proMi-mi\ not rnroiiKtircil leu or filter 1l'ster, notably. tall
graduate the Uml-lioiinil. .lulllirl.iid. ,
of floating debris. Soldiers were School at l.y water, will corrode a camera and
What is that to you? Follow taught to swim under full Engine Army Flying spot on Slur lens will spoil an otherwine .
L0 R E S S Columbus, Miss. After a ten- Tlif liouling; pliotopruplirr. Itmisto good picture.Spray .
, me!-(John 21:22). equipment and getting through 4
will be trans- .
.
" day furloURh he ILrsll ovrrrxpiisf his pirturr* !brrunerwatrr can be avoided, by not
' This is the time to take our water covered with blazing oil. ferred to Harvard University. relliM'ls mill intrnsiiir sunlight. shooting into .a stiff wind but if
NMMlR tand for the truth we know. A new courseVocational Lt. Marlon (Buckshot! Williams The IM-SI solution. to lliii 1',01.) spoiling' occur, the I..... ur. filler
Stand with the truth principles offered at arrived Saturday to Inn in tin fur. of a light UKIT.M'illionl should, be cleaned. immediately' with
Agriculture was
.iil of the slur
furlough with the mrlrr .M loft cloth or lens paper.Camera .
10-day()
we are learning. Let us Bradford County High School In spend a and Mrs. T. |)lii.lo.ru|>lier i I. tonally. safe if lirloirl .and film. should be kepi
think positive-and not iden- 1943. under the able guidance hU. parents. Mr. the lens. one lion lieyonil the in a dry, shaded part of the buutwhru
E. L. MATTHEWS, Editor-Publisher. tify ourselves with the nega- ,of V. R. Fercusm.: graduate of fl. Williams. He was accompanIed J land letting. Filters also cut. down not in use .and ran be prolei -
Published each Thursday and entered. Second tive, ugly, critical things North Carolina State University.It 'by his wifa and 1U sister 11111'''. .led with a pluntir 10"..
was expected that 60 boys Mrs. O. H. Asplnwall. Lt. Williams Judging, !! iliatanre can also be a Look for picture that. presentTresli .<.
Class Matter at the Foil Office at Starke Florida which are said. Stand with would take advantage of the recently graduated from r' proMrm rained l by rxpaniei of but nautical .approadi.. Atoidliiltered
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. the truth as revealed in God's opportunity to study the scienceof Advanced Flying School at Mar ; water without reference point background The lieaulyof
word-for it i iS the truth that classes ianna. Making. a distant. object the focal any piitnre often lies In it* lintplirily. -
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, W.M; Outside assures us of freedom. day agriculture.were planned Three and were Harley Strong. Jr. graduated "Doctor Is out he will be point of a photo may remit in afi"i.h..d .
per back at 7:00 PM..Thla is a picture aa mere speck. A good marine photographer
Military Academy
trade area: 1 year, $5.00. expected to include carpentry. from Georgia
recording.; .." The motion of a boat require keep his camera (handy and uses It.He .
that a fail ramrra. speed. be used for makes it part of the crew.THVRSDAf. .




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pAGR TEN THE BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, OCT. 17. 1W8
Services Held CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST;
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OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS -
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For W. L. AustinOf '
((416 East Call St.) : ,
Lake Geneva Services: Priesthood 8:45: :
!Sunday School 10:00: ; Sacra

William Leon Austin. 24. of ment 11:00: Branch President,. An investment in Your Future -==
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Lake Geneva was pronounced Dean Hansen 9646278.

dead on arrival at a Gaines-' .. .... ....


Villa morning accident, hospital following near Gainesville.last a motorcycle Saturday He KINGSLEY CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST //I 4 1 1a f' IE LlID" ,:' j,I IP Iit l ;.. lli,! m lfcooe M ..

TrainIng I
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. : s !
wan'* an construction estimate? company for a Galnesyil' and; Union 110:15: a.m. Morning Worship | L"j \ IS* L \

a member of the First Baptist Worship:; a. m. Evening .. "For when your tressura fc, there Mill your heart be aba'
Church of Gainesville. _7:30: p. m. Midweek. ..Prayer : h3i .;:fiJ;& ''i.::; .: .:.iyl :;;".'. :. :..... :. ,.:.thWif ili -tii1& Mkz.f:: ; .. ... .
-' ._
Austin lost control of his service vveane.saay.JU: if. -- n -
cycle on a curve just east of m. Come let us worship together CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
the Hatcher Creek Bridge 7.2 -Rev. Allen Price pastor Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. I t tri

miles outside of Gainesville and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH\' Worship. 11 a. m Training Sunday: School, 9:43: a. m.
sill all the way across the ARKE 'Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Morning: .Worship. 11. Training
SI
bridge the Florida Highway Sunday School. 9:43.: Morning 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service I "' ; :; "' ; ; :vsr.r'rS::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:$::::::::::.:;:$:::::::::::$:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::
Patrol reported. He was wearing W a helmet at the time of the 7:30.: .l. '\ .<" 'W
Butler pastor. :::
Dr. T. B. Maston. retired professor < '
'accident Howe Pastor <..U : .: : < :;:;::
-Rev. L. Tommy .
of Christian ethics '''' II
his wife Linda < DEEP 0 ::
Surviving are I 1
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Seminary. .
Southwestern Baptist
HU1 Austin and a daughter fJ.' ,
BROOKER GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH :: ',, ; ,
Training Union, 6:15.: Evening ,
'Lana Cherrlne both of :
Austin a-m. 10 Morning <1? ;
"If A Man Sunday School, 10 : Morn Sunday School a. m. ':;
Worship 7:30: ; sermon' < .
Mrs.Lake Anita Geneva Stephenson; three of sisters Mas. Viveth Me He Will Keep My ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Worship. 11 a. m. and 7 p. /. ';:- AS THE SEAS 1i 1 1
Words" Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser, ms-Rev. Leland A. Baker, pa*> :
Roberta and
sachusetts: Misses
Katherine Austin both of Ash MondayYouth Choir Prac- vice 730Rev.; Lacy Conway tor.Th.ursdayVisitation., 10 a. m. : Standing in the sand looking at the 1I:11 i 11 f
Review
tb Church Council pastor.
land Maine; and his parents, and& ; Write-up on "Working Together and 7 p. m.NEW sea, one cannot help thinking of the ;::::
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Mr. and Mrs. F. Q Austin, also '
of Ashland. Through the Church NORTHSIDE BAPTIST RIVER BAPTIST boundless, fathomless love of God toward 1 ;1 ,

Funeral services were held Council. 7 p. m. CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng : us. Oh, howhe loves us, uplifts
'uesdayJunior Choir Practice Located Bayless Highway'
on
'at 2:30: p. m. Wednesday in Sunbeams 3:30. Primary at Raiford Road Worship. 11 a. m. Training us, 1 protects: us and encourages us. There ::;;1
,Hope Baptist Church with Rev. : ; : (SR 225 Evening Worship, I I
7 m.
Merle Packham officiating. Interment Choir: Junior OA; 4:20: (SR 16)). Union. P.Wednesday night ser _- comes to mind many of his: 1 precious: 1::1: f
8
p. m.
was in the Keystone Wednesday Prayer Meet- Services: Sunday School 10 7:30 m. Everyone wel promises and! the heart swells with gratitude. m1;
vice. : p.
in<;, 7:30: : Church Choir. 8:30.: Sunday Morning Worship '
with DeWitt a. m.
'Heights Cemetery ; come-.L. L. Parker, pastor. Recalled first of i ll, perhaps. are
1'bursdayVl.91tatlon, 7 p. m. 6:30p. r1
C. Jones Funeral Home in ill a. m.: Training Union : _
:Charge of arrangements m.;, Evening Service, 7-:30: CHURCH OF CHRIST verses like these: ::::: t

FIRST UNITED;/ METHODIST Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; "Fear thou nor/ ; for I ant /with tlice: 1:":::

J. E. Crews, 57 Sunday-Church STARKE School 9:45: hon pastor, 7:30: Rev. Glenn Law- Morning Worship and Communion I be not/ dismayed/ ; for 1 am/ thy God: I 1 1;

MiamiJ. .. m.; Mornlr.j Worship 11. Service. 6:00.Wednelay: 11. a. m. Evening'services. /will atl'CIfltlteltlce/ / : yea, 1 /is-ill help 11 1ft 11 ,
MYF Snack Sipsr: 6 p. m.: BAYLESS HIGHWAY thee "
MYP i-etlngs.. 6:30: Evening BAPTIST CHURCH : Worship service 7 j .-. .
F. Crews 57, former resident : ; p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. e d' +.. "1'eahere loved thee with. an :::::
WOI'S-Jip.7:30.: School 10 Morn-
Sunday a.m.;
16 in of Miami.Starke, died September Monday MYF. 'Sub-District Ing Worship Service 11 a. m.?: NORTILSIDE BAPTIST 1 ,p3y + lasting love: tllf'efol'eI.itlllol'iIlU/ / el'fl't/ 1 11! t

Mr. Crews was a member of Meeting at Lawt""?,). 7:30.TueslayCommi5siii: Training Union. 6:30: p. m.; Eve. CHURCH j ,M,,,w ness have I drawn, / thee., Jeremiah 31:3.: 1;::;
cu Worship Worship, 7:30:
ning p. m.
the First Christian Church anda 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Schedule of services: Sunday 1 tin "For God so loved the world that he ;:::: t

Survivors veteran of include World War Mrs II.Lola Wednesday Younger Chil 7:30: p. m.; G. A. Meeting Wed. School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor Union 1- gave .his only begotten Son, that whosoever / 1 1;
10:45 m. Training %
: a.
Carroll Crews. Miami his wife; dren's Choir Rehearsal 3 p. m.; ne day 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal ship., 6:45: p. m. "Evening Service j ;; + believeth! / in him should/ nut perish 11111
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.:
a son James Crews Orlando: Thul'SJaY-Chancel last Mon- 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer Service, 1 1Wednesday z but/ have everlatting/ / life." :::::
Kathy and Bet : Choir Rehearsal Brotherhood meeting : ,
ty two one daughters brother. Pierce; Crews 7:45: p. m. day in each month. Rev. David ( 7:45: p. m. Ji3S .2*V" x# r "For God sent not hig Son into/ the ::1

L3wtey. and three sisters. Mrs. Fl'llay-Older: Childien's Choir Medeircs, pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday J world to condemn/ the /world; but that ::1i::

N H Sapp Lake Butler, and Mrs WItt T. Farabcc: Jr Pastor CHURCH OF GOD 11 Youth sl. I ItiIany t'
Worship. a. m.
Maude Richardson! Orange 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Morning Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir Practice John 3:16,17.: .1.:..;. ;

Park. MIDWAY CEMETERYDONATIONS Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday 8 p. m. : more words of comfort await you in the Bible'and in the Churchas :::
Services were in Grace BapUs' ;/ ASKED Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.
Rev. Robert D. Burch His words are proclaimed from the pulpit. We invite you to attend :::::: f

ChurchIIlaml.. been Mrs appointed Weeta T.Measurer Burned of has the: m.. m.-Rev.Prayer Meeting Chester Friday J. Shot,;'ppe 7:30p. : BAPTIST CHURCH church:; :; :: thiseek.: : :; You will::: be glad:: you did: jl 11

Mrs. Winnie Hodge Midway Cemetery Fund. All pastor. RAIFORD Schedule of services: Sunday I 1 i;::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : ::::: ::;:: ;:; ::: :.: :: ::: ::: : : ::: : : ::. : .:::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::'::::::::.:::.:.:::.;:.:::::::::::.:::::.:.:'.:...:...:::...:.:.:::.::.:.:...:..:....:...:

Services HeldIn the families cemetery having are an asked interest to send in HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m. Worship. 11 a. .m! Thi Chunli. It Cod I oppomtid, ogimIn; this world lor I ;iprioding; .ths, knowltdgt: oolN'I; ;I"lo:o : i\N\ Tiii .i11 1 t
(Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Union ;: 'for mon and ol Hu dimond'lor .
In a donation so that a caretaker :; mon lo rnpond to that low by lo ing hit nughbor.Without :::::;
Brooker Church may be hired. Donationsmay Sunday School-10 a. m. 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack :;:; 'this grounding In Ihi love ol Cod no govirnminl or laci.; or way ol lilt' will' long f : ; 9., :;::;; j

Mis. Winnie Hodge, 74. ot be sent to: Midway Cemetery Morning WOI'ship.-ll a. m. Stolte, past/or. 1:: pintvirt and 'iho 'IrMdomi which wi hold u.door will, Inaltably pirlth Thirifou' win .: : ::::;;
Fund Farmers St Dealers Training Union-6:30: p. m. :::: 'Tram o ninth point' ol .i.w. oni ihould lupport thi Church lor thi uhi ol, Ihi willonol ::: ,
died afternoon BAPTIST = !::! :::
Brook Sunday :
: Lake Butler, Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL hirnull, i and 1
Bank or to WeetaT. :::: his lomily beyond that, howivir, ovary pnun should uphold ond porlinpoti ;:::::
in a Staiks hospital: alter an Burnsed Box 326. Macclenny l Wednesday Night Prayer Services Sunday 'School 10 a. m. MornIng I :;::: In the Church bicauii It 1.lIllh. truth' about' mon I lilt, drain' ond dnllny, rhi =1i:1::
txteiuL-a! : lllress Slu ujs 1 .J.11 Fla, 32063. -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle Worship 11 a. m. Pre-Ser- ::;:: 'truth' which al... will, lit him, Irfi to !Ii.! 01 o child ol Cod lI ,
:::
in Green Cove Springs en Sipt. Packham pastor. vices (Booster Band Young :::

24, 1894 and' had resided in the, Y People and Prayer Service), 6 fmm: ;",; m'mm"' ''' for 60 She: Worship. 7 m.
Brocker p.
asi: years 4"Most FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD p. m. Evening
was a member of the Baptist OF STARKE Midweek Service Wednesday. I
t I.I I.
Church. West Weldon: St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D.,
Surviving is one son, T:uby'Hodge Road :pastor.
!' Jacksonville; six grandchildren Sunday School: : 10:00: a. m.
: and eight great-grand 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: BOATDRAIN BAPTIST ,
children.: Funeral services wen 6:00: p. m. C A. Services; 7:00: CHURCH STARKE
.Kid at 2:30: p. m. Tuesday: In of the guys who p. m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School: 0 a. m. MornIng : -
thq Brooker Baptist Church: with claim to be wheels aren't even Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid Worship, 11 a. m. Training I HURST SHELL STARKE /166"SERVICE
Key L. L. Parker and Rev.. spokesmen." week Prayer Meeting. Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship. FAULKNER ,
James Temple officiating Inte:- Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed- SERVICECarl
merit was in the family plot In Il' nesday, 8 p. m.-Rev. Virgil j GULF SERVICE
D dan Cemetery with DsWitt CHURCH OF GOD Lovett, pastor. I a
Hurst Phone 964-6111
1 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
C.;" Jones Funeral Home in /l l 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. U-HAUL RENTALS -
charge. 4 o i !Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Tru-ing ,
'; c;. Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH
era $ Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: p. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser I Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
... -..., '-,-- 4thenible m.-Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor. vices: Sunday School, 10 a. m. 1 t
('t. -.<" ''I' Preaching 1L a. m. Training Complete Lubrication Brake Service
._ftJ\ .... ; :, ... Thy word is a lamp to my BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Union 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship
Sunday School 10 a'.m.: Morning Minor Tune-Ups
Wheel Balance and
$ feet and a light to my path. 7 m. Everyone welcome.
p.
--"
Worship. 11 Evening
a. m.; I
.; < -(Psalms 119:103). -Elder A. O. Flynn pastor
Z Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
..t (')' 4 When we do not know how Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday 1011 N. Temple Avenue
..!. ...1: q when it seems diffi- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
to
''''' proceed -Rev. J. C. Hesters pastor. I Hiway 301 and 100
.. Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE )
cult for us to make a decision, 964-5899
\ -I'-.f let us for the moment let go MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL School 9:45: a. m. Morning.Worship UO S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs ,
10:45: a. m. Evening Ser
1
< .: ."':: our attempts to resolve the Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek, Service 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
?_&L; -, -9i. matter that is troubling us. School 11:00: a. m. Morning
V. d The right decision the right Worship 6:00: p. m. Training ,-Charles Wednesday Reese 7:15: p.ministerST. m. STARKE BUILDERS t

Ir--'- -. .V"/1 guidance will come by letting Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor LAWSON

"Oh, heavens no, he didn't ourselves be channels for the ship. Services :MARK'S EPISCOPAL I SUPPLIES, Inc. ,
-
WednesdaY-7:30: Prayer
win them-he manufacturesthem. light and intelligence of God CHURCH. STARKE 1 MEAT MARKET
1st and 3rd Wednesday
,
." Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE INC
within us. night. Sond:1YServices\: : :
night-1:00: p. m. Family
8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. AND COLD STORAGE
I I 9:30: a. m. Church School. Complete Paint Suppliesand Buffet Lunch $1.25
10:30: a. m. Family Service. Sporting Goods We Specialize in Custom Slaughtering t
(Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.

,..- Sundays: Morning Prayer, 2nd :, Cutting and Wrapping-
.'.... and 4th SundaysJ. ). "Check With Us First"
Buffet Dinner for
,'.. 9 $1.75 Prepared Deep\ Frieze ,
... Thomas Staab Rector
219 Washington St.
9S4-5270
.' j 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND
.' .. 0.
: .ras HAMPTON: CHRISTIAN

/i' ,t..' CHURCH U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL t
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
Worship at 11. Evening Phone 964.7059
i Worship 7SO.: Rev. Carl j FLORIDAEST

Clarke pastor. 1 DAD & BRAD SALES I

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: NEW METHOD
VMPTON MODULAR HOMES

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ONiROLa CLEANERS t
Warship! at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide
Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night Under New Ownership
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followedby I Also 12-Ft. Wide A
,0<1I'IIIIIII'IIII"11e! !! > choir practice. Starke Nursing Your Certified Master

/1/l Home service 2:43: p. MOBILE HOMES ,
m'l Dry Cleaner
Here's -Rev. Melvin Hamel, I 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrallers
faster
your Free Moth
1 1 -Preofing t
Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone
Auto Loanat MADISON CHURCH STREET I Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery
BAPTIST Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
lower cost! Morning Sunday Worship.SChool. 9:45 11.: a.Youth m. I 311 N. Temple Ph. 964.5704 t

Sounds great? It is! So Choir Practice 4:30: p. m. I
save the
money on Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: WILLIAMSJEWELRY
over-all cost of any new '69 car-by financ- Training Union. 6:15.: WMU I I BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery

ing it here and now! Fast service, clearly- Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening CO. t
Worship, 7:30.:
stated terms, simple monthly payments, Tuesday RA meeting, 6:30P. : and Market

really low bank rates. and your initial car m. MeetIng Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed t
insurance premium can be included, if you Wednesday Prayer
wish. Come in! 7:30: p. m. Business Meet- Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL
ins at 8. Church Choir Practice .
8:30.: I BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards
I
Thursday Sunbeams and t
GAs 3:30: p. m. 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke

J I Phone 964-7064. 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
OAK GROVE BAPTIST _
FLORIDA I
I CHURCH: CLAY ,
Sunday School 10 a. ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

( ( ing Morning Union.Worship 6:43.: Evening at 11. Owned fly Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically" I
_iI1iitUj: mj
: iiiIMember ; ship. 7:30: .-Rev. Luther A.
Gee. pastor. I -Keystone H.IChI8-Ph. 473-4911 II
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One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group Sate. Bradford ;
Countyo I
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THURSDAY OCT. 17. 19KSI ""
:. TIlE BRADFORD COUNTY" TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACE ELEVEN


Alligators May Disappear Hunters AskedTo Children May Now QualifyFor SI'S11.Tuerr, .tn a c-''tat1.' fe of S I for ce Since'). it is a charitable. foundation able until the' 1969 scnool: year..

I Due To Illegal thp seivicf. For, $,"> !'1t'.1 11 give Hancock pointed out donations Applications must be submittedby
Poaching will be tax deductible. March of each: year.
S.S. A dollar
on Mother's Record yoeMI'11 ir.r "1'1':0.:
,! A gory picture of a dozen errs His story: and an accompanying i Observe buys an extra\ c"py.DoVt The scholarships will be limited Hancock said "with the tremendous

'dead alligators, photographed editorial reveal the for parents and the same requirements : expect to gel a birth: : to the areas of study of growth most of our
In a poacher's skiff in Ever- techniques they have for catchJ J Property Laws Children can now qualify Watson added that certificate 1'111111. The l'epol'tWill government administration, counties are experiencing more
theirmother's
.'glades National Park, opens a ine gators and evading the law. social security benefit on easilyas claims/ for payments that were merely' leI! you how old health services law enforcement and more people are needed for
work record as If.
story service In local government.
book on "America's dirt
and how dedicated law men are Hunters can be ct.M'gsd with father's record T. C. denied before 1968 may be paid YOloI' v'.v; h the ci'nim was or engineering.
the this scholarship
test business" on through pro.
in the and
September fru>trated by witnesses trespassing: : when they enter private Bradford County Social now if the person will recontact taken aid: iSr I ; should be ac- Applicants must be residentsof fill this
October issue of Watson we can help
Audubon the gram
Juries In the alligator states! withrit psrmls- the social security office about cetmblc. as \p.'ool of age (for retirement Florida, high school graduates
property :
magazine of the ; Security field representative need, the people of Florida will
National
Audubon
"unable or unwilling of
who are and must attend
any
Alleger
slo.i of the cwner. the Bradford announced. the new provisions. Monthly L'I'J; ose.;) "
has the benefits.
Society. to consider it crime to kill reap
a payments can begin with February sait.. the private or state colleges
that
The guilty poacher Ccanty Sheriffs Office says Mr. Watson explained:
was caught alligators 19ti8.C't.lldren, It's also: a rood Idea to Ret universities or Junior colleges
In reminding sportsmen: to obur law In effect before
redhanded in a stakeout bypath 'Even the alligator poachers the could receive monthly proof of birth well In advance accredited by the Southern As- SIGNS all kinds. Metal or
rangers but he went free ana hide-buyers says the magazine 'serve laws. February 1968. children payments until age 18. or until especially! if 3'01\1'1' approaching sociation of Colleges and Cardboard: The Telegraph.
Several complaints from landowners for monthly payments
because : not qualify
a federal court in
jury the
that big
agree reptiter record age 22 if a full-time student in retirement. Married people:: can Schools.An .
Miami refused to convict throughout the ccunty: on their mother's
him than they were
are fewer must be willing
an accredited school. Disabled get prool or mairlBR) fromthfir applicant
according to the magazine.The the some years ago especially adult children continue to receive county: court: :house, and to sign a pledge to render service I Too ?
'their have, been during the last three many greases
conservation organizationis Naturally property: received Hi years
large, breeding ones.
became benefits until death or recovery. this proof is also needed for in the field for which he
alarmed because the highprice the poacher is concerned that :! by ths Satt.m's Depart- years before she retired Social Security and life insur received the scholarship to a
of alligator products is him ment. It has also 11'en!: reportedthat disabled or died, or she
the creature who brings up state
The Social county municipal or agen-
Security Office for ance. tItlIII6-
encouraging poaching and thus" to $700 a night may be wiped trespassers: h( vs caused the hail. actually provided most of Starke U located In the' Old cy for one year for each year : :
'threatening to wipe out the ancient ou' soon-but be has no inten-: destruction of prr/pte propertysuch : the children's support. This provision he received a scholarship.The .
1967 Agricultural Building at 136 N. ScholarshipsTo
: specie that has slithered tio.i of doing( anything about it. as fences wops. was removed by the Temple> Avenue and Is openfrom program sets a $500 per
thvi>ugh the swamps since the George Laycock intervieweda Owners of dogs that! destroy amendments.' Now children are Be CreditedBy maximum for Junior col-
both 9.30: to 11:30: a. in, iauiMtndav : year
age of the dinosaur. When an number of poachers duringhis crape: can be held llabla for considered dependent on tt Thursday lege students and $1,250> a year
alligator\ wallet can fetch $95 ina travels most of whom were damages insurrstJ.: :: : the Sheriff's CommissionersA for: those working towards a
'
fashionable stove in New surprisingly\ willing to discuss Ot'lcV reports! obtain exact poof of age because scholarship for bachelor's degree at a unlver answer
program
1
York Dallas or San Francisco.tbP.j'e's theIr work. The hunting is usu- Discharge of fir''arms is also Only PersonOf the state didn't start registering deserving students has been elty or college.

enough money coming ally done at night in airboats, prohibited on cr near roads prl- ( Every 7 birth certif.catcs; until announced by the State Assoc, A selection committee will Standard M.P Grease in a,.
in to finance a multi-million- under the guise of frog hunting.A vats poerty: ar.d! residential! 11.117." fcatloi of County Commission designate recipients of scholar- handy cartridge gun kit
dollar poaching operation in the number of sophisticated tech areas. Hjnters arc\ reminded: of J Know His Ago Proof of age: is necessary before ers. shins! and the committee will be greases everything.
southeastern; states!'! where the niques are used such as false- such laws the slurlfs: office a person can collect: Social The new foundation is expect- made up of a representative of
remaining alligators!'! live. bottom boats, citizen band radios It's hard to believe, but one STANDARD
be
of Education
snys. since the dove season has Security A.ldt: might even ted to raise $50,000 annuallyfor the State Department
The Society asked conservation and decoy boats. The fines cpensd.: person out of seven in the United needed bU llIl'e< callettiiiR any students who need financial a representative of the OIL

writer George Laycock to resulting from occasional apprehension One of the most common: unlawful r States doesirt really! know early life Imuiance benefits.So aid in furthering their education Board of Regents the presidentof I Call Your Standard OilMAN
snoop around Florida talk to considered minor how old he is.
are acts is the shooting of If j ou are :one: c! tin; thirty! : at either the Junior college the Florida Secondary Principals
poachers, hide-buyers and deal- business expenses, and even doves from electric or telsphas: : That: add!. up to about 30 millioi million In the U. S. who are in pr university level. Association, the presidentof IN STARKEK.
the JaU' sentence will people who aren't we of G. DUNCAN
rare doubt about your exact age the State Association of
wl.-es. Sheriff P. D. RaJdlsh:! Lamar Hancock, President of
seldom deter a poacher from thfr! exact age. II you'ie one 964.5132
of the 40.000 people Commissioners and one
."ays. and warns that anyone be-.ome; ) one the Association said it would County
returning to his old ways. of these now's the! time to do proof every from the Association 'Standard Oil iln Ky.'
caught/ committing that act will who ale anting! provide up to $5.000 for fouryears member Company n
Alligator hunting is illegal in something about: :lt. especially. if
month from the U. S. Bureauof named by the president.
give cause fo immediate ac- of study at the university
almost every one of the south. yov ic approaching: ictlrement. avail
tile' Census Write to the Cen- Scholarships= will not be
tion. or college level and up to $I li
ern states where the animal Many: ben-fits: of retirement Service Stanch FitUourg,
stt'l' occurs. Since this!'! fact has Several private property own- depend on: !ptoUdlnp! !proof; of su.Ka>1FI\0 tifiT'and): .ask. for ai 000 for two years at a junior
not affected the poaching&: or eta I have requested assistance birth date Fan Dan"1: Alli ifer, Age Sesl't'hppIlClltl'Jn. form. college."If DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home
from i : this office in keeping hunters 07 sheriffs can sponsor
\ :
continued demise of the reptile associate! economic: vith the State who. were living with' ,
-===- conservationists say the only off their property Hers i University! of FloilclaAarlcu- when one Lfie VDU! censusei were the Florida"'o Sheriffs Boys Ranch, STARKE PHONB 964-6200

way to ;save the species is again Sheriff Reddish says a Ituial u Experiment Stntloiis. taken In ho.:: liiai.! l 1\1:10\: >, or soon they county commissionerscan
.
Ask through federal legislation. The hunter is subject to arrest for A lot of people rft't the age Tbcj'i, tui'-n .'..:I'Y ten su sponsor a scholarship KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3178
market for the skins must be trespassing If he goes on pi'i- of toO( often rely on what: ficir yeu'Voiii' ( name a'lil Pile at pro i n such as this, he

cut off. and the actual processing Mite p-opj.-ty: : without perm Is. parents told them' nice or whata th I I.mu" t'i'' ce", t', *Mould said.N Rental
Charley / of skins into items of com . merce must be prohibited more consideration This isn't Rood! enough and ." uatents ved. The foundation will be
let ti'; nnni n 1
E. At present federal legislation is given to th? lights of prop1 '/ often difficult for iirrson' O-: W !1ne" *B tl' IlL'UCl Of financed by subscriptions andcontributions HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHA1RF

to make It an offense;! to trans- crty owners ws forsee the day in Florida" user t the ag1!" of (iO) to soy no\is"-i'" t .P "M ll" Cen : from private .sour- CRUTCHES
\ Johns poi t an illegally taken alligator when hunters: will be restricted -
hide as well a.s to prohibit theimportation ID Gam Management\ areas .. .................... ....... ..... -
;
of endangered species only" Sheri'f Reddish says.

from abroad is awaiting a Remember, when enter
About This Question: decision by the Senate Commerce upon property other than you your = 4 S2 D 'Fea.iZ k
Committee The bill hasalready ic; ; Td1
"I will be married next the OWl it is a privilege that can Bood4'
month. Mother Is been passed by hw taken away," the sheriff rOOD
sugget rA1/1 ,
House of Representatives say s.
that I insure my engagement If and when the bill is signed BARANGEL

and wedding ring, into law. comments the magazine 3 Big Films
also editorial! it will remain to k1iWffiTL
and my wedding gifts
be seen how well it can be enforced Set At Florida
against l loss, thef or acci- particularly in the

dental damage. She fp\\s! \\ it courts in an alligator country. This Weekend FOOD

a 'floater' policy. D ) you "We know there's! a big educational wucncratt was a crime punishable
have such insurance?" job to be done. An alligator by death in 1640 when 4
pursp should be an object Mathew Hopkins Oliver Crom CAKE
Charley E. :: of disgust; not pride" well's self-appointed "witch- jWijf! SUPERMARKETS

finder general" stalked his sinister lOoz BARS. SAVE 17<
ADDING UACHINES Man.
JOHNS AGENCY
way through the towns and
ual or electric. For sale or
rent. Add. subtract credit bal- villages of Eastern England. 3/$1: GOOD rnu SD4r tmuoooifi Lm-
131: So. Walnut St. Hopkins' story is brought to UIU.OU/ intitikaumnrt
Phone 4-5070 ance.Bradford County Telegraph. the screen in "The Conqueror IIMU; nmo
; Woi-m" showing at the Florida 99< VALUI.RIO a EXTRA HOLD

Theatre Sunday Tuesday Oct YOUR CHOICE'
UMIT-I.... WITH 1.00 OR MOIl lOOt 0 *l*
20-22. Hopkins, portrayed on the HALO
screen by star Vincent Price.
JACKSONVILLEBusiness used this fact to his own profitby 1
branding many innocent HAIR COFFEE SALE !

Roman Catholics: as "witches"and
putting them to agonizing

torture and death by hanging A
Directory and burning SPRAY FOLGERS I. ... FYNE TASTE Ib bag

Maggie Nolan and newcomer
Gillian Alden also star in the
Edgar Allen Poe horror-thriller 1 1 .

Auto Sales and Service MOTORCYCLES ;in color.A 58c 38.e.
double feature Friday and 4g '

Parrish Motors Saturday bills a top-flight western loot :
HONDA "Cheyenne Autumn." with! CAN .

stars and "Double
I 10 big-name" of espionage ............................ ..... .......... .............................................................................................
SALES SERVICE M O N T E S A Man and ski-scrapper a mixture starring Yul

PARTS MOTORS &; (CYCLES CO. Brynner and Britt Ekland.

j See Honda's Hot 330f Dealing with a small band of V 0- 5 CREAM RINSE I 19
Chyenne Indians who attain ....................!: :.! !. ? ..
Always Good Used Cars 4949 Blandlng Blvd. through the greatest hardship
921 Laura St. Ph. 358-5654 Phone 771-8244 homeland and freedom.:
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA
W ............ .....9 at Keystone: Heights Cemetery.Mr and Mrs. Marshal: Strickland.- am1c minister -of th e -gospel: ,
touchdowns for a come Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson pas-
Austin was well known Mr. and Mrs. Luther Stultsof Too Much Fill Dirt Around the from two behind al2.6 win. to.Church School, 10 a. m. served as director of the crus
here and his many friends extend St. Cloud were weekend visitors service at 11. Afternoon ade. He is a graduate of Lighthouse
Morning
) sincere sympathy to his of their nephew and wife Trees May Sm other Roots BANTAM BEAT G'VILLE BOYS service at 4 p. m. Bible College at Rock-
.
family Mt. and Mrs. C. S. Burton.Mr. : Will 111. The THD Degree from
ford
Free ,
Bethlehem
4 team of 12 year old boys Greater
By Dorothy Mills and Mrs. P. C. Mabry Theological Seminary
PERSONALS A. J. By TOMMY BELL '!amounts of sap being extracted met a Flag Football team fromGainesville Baptist Church. Rev. Lewis Mc Ptoner honored
Phone 472-4518 visited her sister, Mrs ni. He was >
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Clover- night Rockford.
County Forester last Saturday night Kay pastor. Wednesday :
Lowery In Jacksonville Sunday. from these holes Other signs of at Colonial
degree
A && & & uue.4 settle were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan People engaged hauling fill Insect attack are small amount and came out on top by ascore Player Meeting. Thursday w'J'!: a DD Rockiord. m. ..Ill'
of
their; daughter and son-in-law of Palatka visited his parents, dirt Into their yards, future of sawdust, at the base of the of 43-14 night Bible Hour at the Academy State of Floridaas
Hope Baptist 'Church:; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dampier Ladles Circle has served the
,
the scoreboardthe Church at 7 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan home sites, or any areas near tree or piece of bark falling Starke got on at the State'! Prls-
Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morning Sunday., and their son Percy Jr. yard trees, especially pines from the tree trunk. first time it got its hands wt'J! meet at 8:30: p. m 'Friday a Chaplain Forest Correctional -
; Worship, 11 a.m.; Training Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mosley be the ball with Eddie Blalock night Rev. S. White of Waldo Raiford and
should careful not to coevr on Ocala.
Sunday. Usually several treatments witha at
family
and on girls
6:30 Evening Wor. vLjited her parents, Mr and render institute for
Union will
: p.m.; the goal from 37yards and congregation;
racing across
of the roots base of these
Sunday afternoon visitors up or solution of 12 per cent BHC presently serves
sh'p, 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Mrs. Ben Loper Sunday. then ran for service at II. Monday: nig'it, RPV Franklin
Harold trees. Fill dirt soil tends! to out. Blalock
Miss Dorothy Mills, or : and water will correct the Insect and State Evan-
Service 7:30: with choir Mrs. Hilda Griffith and son of Choir will Missionary
Senior
prayer conversion for an 8-0 Oc,. 21. the as
and the Percy Sullivan prevent proper aeration and loss x 2 point chairman: in
Mills, attack. The sslutlon! should membership
practice after the service. Hollywood were weekend guests minutes later. Bla rehearse. Tuesday night: of this eeli't! ;
cousins Mrs of soil moisture to the trees lead. A few
Jrc. were their be sprayed en thy tree trunk to and National Baptist
Funday School attendance was of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland to Charles Green, week Choir No. 3 and Ushers the State '
Robert Menote, and daughter of around which the soil Is placed. a htghth of from 6 to 10 feet! lock passed USA Inc.
visitors of the
92 this Sunday. Sullivan. Sunday for 21 yards and a touch- Boaid No. 2 will meet at 7 p. Convention
Jacksonville.Think 'This weakens the tree and the from the ground. If any Infesta- good Rev. Franklin and
Rev. Merle Packham, Hope Sulllvans were Mr. and Mrs. Green added the conversion To Join
Church pastor Is conducting revival Flojd; Crosby, daughter, and About U tree will be susceptable to Insect tion is noticed higher than this down. and Starke led 160.Starke's m.The annual Men's Day will sponsors of this timely occasion.
] services Monday through grandchildren, of Starke. "Thero! is only one thing for and disease attack. these are as should b; sprayed: next score came when terminate Sunday, Oct. 27 and is a most profound man of the
Friday evenings this week at Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grlffis us to do, and that is to do our Any discoloration or loss of also. Spraying' should: be done Intercepted a pass and auxiliaries are asked to make Gospel Evangelist Dr. Tolbert
Lap-* Avenue Baptist Church in and Sidney Grlffls Sr. were in level best right where we are- foliage I !!, cf the trees nenr the fill every other week and should Green it 63 yards for a lead their reports. Wilson. Dr. Wilson is a native'of

Jacksonville.New : Jacksonville Sunday afternoon: and then to trust to that Power dirt is a sure sign that the treeIs not be carried out when the of returned 220. Gainesville made It 22- Sunday, Oct. 20, Church Columbia, S. C. and presently -

Lfe: Bible Club to visit Mrs. Mary George which-doeth all things well- serving as a host to insects 'bark is wet from rain or other Jesse Odom went 36 School at 9:30: with Mrs. Al- resides In Dallas Texas.

All children in grades 1 whose husband, R. D. George, O. S. Marden.jTtfftTTTTTTfTtt. * or disease. Prompt treatmentof means.If .6 yards, as Just before the hall end berta Rlsby In charge. Morning: With the experiences of Rev.
through 6 are invited to bring di'jj Saturday. Mr. George was the infected trees usually corrects care Is taken when using' ed. service, 11 a. m. Evening aer- Franklin and Dr. Wilson thereahhoWd

their Bible and a friend to the an uncle of J. D and Sidney SENIOR the situation, but most of fill dirt around yard !trees anda Vfc the 2nd half 'Starke scored vice 6 p. m. Visitors always { be no doubt as to the,

New Life Blole Club, which Grlffls and sincere sympathyis the time the homeowner does sufficient area around each 3 more touchdowns, Green welcoAm..ersary- crusade.
meets for one hour every Monday extended to them and to the CITIZENS not notice: the tree until too tree Is left without the fill dirt, passing to Blalock for 17 yards, of New Bethel :Ebenazer: : Baptist Church. Rev.

afternoon after school in George family. late to save It. many dollars and valuable!: !: trees Green Intercepted a pass and Baptist Church and the 28th Carlos Burnett pastor. Regular
the mobile "Children's Chapel"at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Loper & & &A& &V&&& &AAIJA. A sure sign of Insect attackIs can be spared from needless: returned it 51 yards, with Bla anniversary of Rev. A. Vinsonas services will be he*' Sunday beginning -

Hope Baptist Church. Parents were Sunday dinner guests of A forceful movie on preparations small pit holes In the bark loss. lock getting the final Starke pastor at New Bethel. with Church School at
are requested to send a their son and daughter-in-law, to be made In case of of the tree trunk! or small touchdown, a pass from Green The Church and Pastor Anniversary 10 Morning service at 11. Even.
note with their children giving Mr and Mrs. Henry Loper. service at 6:30.: All members
nuclear attack was shown atoir which; : covered 48 yards. Stuart will be held October:> 21- inj,
permission for them to attend. Mrs. DOlUe/ Burton has recently last meeting by Walter Strickland and Jimmy Gissy 27. The program is as follows: and friends are invited to at-

'Congratulations had her garage apartment Mvrphy. Area Civil! Defense co- VOICE of theSPORTSMAN made the extra points. Gaines Monday night New Hope Baptist teno. The Senior Choir will
Congratulations and bestwishes repainted and on Tuesdayshe matter ;; in the 2nd Church of Penney Farms fierve. .
subject
ordinator. It was a vllle's only score
to Rev. and Mrs. Merle and Mrs. P. C. Mabry were that didn't make people feel i\: half came on a pass to Mose in charge of service sponsoredby Greater Allen Chapel AME
P.ickham on their 24th wedding In Gainesville shopping for new comfortable nevertheless, the ...: \ ..- f1"J1U Adams for 41 yards. the No. 1 Choir. Tuesday Church Rev. L. A. Simpson.pastor. : .
; .
anniversary Friday, October furnishings for the apartment: are present. By MIKE CHITTY ,:.t.. night Rev. F D. Ragglns and Sunday 'School, 10 a. m.

]8. In telling us of the ap. Best wishes to Michael possibilities However, what do the poor, "'<' Phone 475-2171 c..::..-,. New Trinity Baptist of Green Morning service at 11.
proaching anniversary, Mrs Wayne Newsome, son: of Mr. especially the elderly do, Cove Springs will be In charge. M 3 p. m. the Chair Union
and
Packham said that she wanted'to and Mrs. Ernie Newsome, who living small pensions, to ...., Road Traffic Accidents Sponsored by Choir No 2. Wednesday will be held at Macclenny:
on
express her thought that in ha* enlisted in the U. S. Navy meet the expense of having ade. Hello there sports fans how's' ye:, this is all for this week. night the pastor: and R*>.V. Levy Lennon: : host pastor:
spite: of the inevitable; "ups and and left Thursday for trainingat / Cost Up $140 Million ( Lennon has Just complied :
qiiate shelters built? your luck running these days!!? Until then', I'll say goodbye and congregation of Keystone:> Hev.
downs" that come to everyone the Orlando Naval Station. Bomb shelters will be IncludedIn I guess a lot of you fellows wesit goad: luck. Heights will be in charge! of ; the New Church at Mac-
through life, these have been David Loper, USN, who has the construction of our newcor'r hunting over the weekend Traffic accidents cost the services. Sponsored by Ushers clenny In time for the! Choir!

24 wonderful years for her. been stationed at Key West, is .thouse, but will they be "Have any luck?" While we'reon nation an estimated $1,265- Board No.1. Thursday night Union to be hold; there.

William Austin spending a leave here with his ablj; to accommodate ten thousand the subject:; I plan ta report Recreation 243,000 during July, an increase [ Rev. C. J. Johrson: and John- Evening service, 0 p, m.
Funeral services for William' parents and other relatives and Bradford Countlans? some hunting news this season of more than $140 sor Chapel Baptist Church of

Austin of Lake Geneva, who friruds before leaving for a new A vicious war in Vietnam So when you fellows go hunting NewsFLAG million over the toll of July Gainesville, will be In charga.

dl'.d Saturday In a motorcycle duty assignment. with, as yet, no end In sight, and do some good If you'll lei 1967, the Insurance Information Sponsored by No. 2 Deaconsss STARKEBUSINESS
accident: were held Wednesday Mrs Percy Sullivan! Jr. and
and the possibility of further me know about it I'll be glad tcprint Institute reported.The Board. Friday night Rev. George -
afternoon at Hope Baptist "Rusty" attended the Halloween FOOTBALL
escalation including the use of it In this column. economic loss W. Lee and Greater Hope-:
Church with: Rev Merle Pack- Cr.rnlval at Florahome Saturday TUg Football Leagues got increased
of Ocala
deadly well: Baptist Church: ,
nuclear weapons Is a My father James, and Alvin
,
ham officiating. Interment was night with her parents, Mr. answer to thisserc.us underway this week with the came about in spite of the fact will be in charge of service;
threat The only Howard of Starke went out to
deaths in July
is which Small Fry League starting that highway sponsored by Deaconess: BoardNo. :
DIRECTORYAUTO
: menace peace
&, check en the doves in a private
J must be continuously prayedand field last Saturday:! afternoon thUgs off! Monday. The Colts dropped slightly from their 1. Sunday morning at 10,
,
JI I worked for. mtt the Packers in the first 1967 level, the Institute Sunday School. Deacon J. Royal
but the wind was blowing 89'
The three candidates competIng game: while Cowboys took on pointed out. The improved fatality Supt. in charge 11 a. m. Morn SERVICEGilbert
I rt there was hardly any birds.
yet Rams in the second. Wednesday than 1n' Service with Rev. Otis
for President have not record was more
did end with five
They however,
: were not known at press
scores Missionary of Mt.
concrete solutions. offset increase of 13.2 Arnold the
proposed any and they as well as oilier hurters by an
The only thing for us, as time. cent in the total numberof Si'rt Association in char! ?e. S. Brown
are hoping for a good sea will per
The Small Fry League
Senior Citizens, to do is check accidents during the ,Sunday afternoon:> at 3 p. m.
traffic
a aa the record o! all candidatesrunning son.I. play each Monday and Wednes- R,-". Burnett and Ebenezer Standard Oil Service Station
for office and their guess most of you know day at the Pratt Street Play- month. Baptist Church of Starke will ATLAS
a aayte1t performance on social sec that those Bradford Tornadoescame ground. Game times: 4 and 5 National Safety Council fig- be in charge. Sponsored by the TIRES BATTERIES

past urity, and medicare legislation, through for us again last p. m. ures showed that July traffic Deacon Board. Sunday eveningat Budget Terms Road Service
Fiiday. In case you don't know., ScheduleMonday, Oct. 21: PHONE 964-7071
anJ vote accordingly. deaths totaled 4,770, as compared 6:30: p. m. New Bethel Baptist -
th3 Tornadoes defeated the Live Colt vs Cowboys 4pm. Packers But 407 N, Temple starke
Senior Citizen Dorothy Kerri to 4,820 a year ago. Church is in charge. Sermon -
has been laid up with flu Oak Bulldogs (who have always vs Rams, 5. Wednesday, estimates based on official records by the pastor.
Jan been real trouble for them) bya Orl.! 23 Rams Cowboys 4
: vs ,
for over two weeks. from a cross-section of AU Auxllarles will report $5. HURST'SSHELL
\ \ \0 It was good to see and talk 16-12 score. This was Starke'sfirst and the p. m. Packers vs Colts, 5. states showed total traffic Injuries Crusade! In GainesvilleAn
\, conference game, BANTAM LEAGUE
\)\ W F. Herlong, who has been Evangelist Crusade will
to in addition -
1\1 firs: *, time BHS has been scoredon The, Bantam Flag League up 2.2 per cent,
; many9Z a shut-In for nine months. this year. started its season Tuesday, Oct. to the rise of 13.2 per cent convene in Gainesville duringthe Service StationGas
: Charlie Bowden and his wife, week of Nov 11-15. at
; : Now, let's look at the fishing/ 15, with the Saints taking on in total accidents.
The
;, Ann, from Orange, N. J., are Friendship Baptist Church. Oils Lubrication
\ reports. They still seem to be
\ visiting Janet Bowden Charles'mother the Giants and the Cardinals: meeting i.s sponsored by Mt. Goodyear Tires it Batteries
biting: pretty good for this time
Bears. Bantam
the
meeting
for two weeks. Sinai: Jerusalem Association: : and ROAD SERVICE
Come See Us! Our Halloween masqueradeparty of year, especially the Bass. I games: will be played each News About and All Faith of Gainesville.Rev. 301 and 100 Starke
hail reports.that the Specs are
22 at : Tuesday and Thursday and 5
will be held October John P. Franklin, a dy.i-
beginning! to bite better In San- Colored Citizens
p. m. at West Side Park
We Make Loans for Worthwhile 1 l p. m. at the Pratt St. Center.
Any Pot funniest face and ta Fe, and also in Lochloosa. ScheduleThursday, Oct. 17:

Purpose come on have your fun with us, Uncle Alfred Hudson of Gainesville Bears vs Saints, 4. Cardinals vs Serving: Florida

-Joe Kerrigan. Edward Christmas of Giants, 5. Tuesday Oct 22: CREATION: NEWS Since 1950
Lake City, and Bob Bush of Saints vs' Cardinals, 4. Bearsvs Flans are In the making:: f-r a I I ,

$25.00 TO $600.00 Bonlfay were fishing out from Giants, 5. Thursday, Oct 24: constructive and enterta.-ilng i
LEGAL FORMS Brad- Sikes' Fish Camp at the northend Cardinals Giants t Florida '
Bears vs 4. program for this Fall, i Qreefing S
ford County Telegraph. Pb. of Lochloosa last Tuesday, J/nc.
v.s SaInts 11, The program has begun and
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY 964-6305. and caught 21 Baas and 4 SMALL FRY OPEN practice will be held Monday: \Lpf..0.-7 I 113i ,..."'IC"" "'ar""" "'N'" "'IC""
PAYROLL ENVELOPES, Specs. Uncle Alfred says they FLAG FOOTBALLThe Wednesday and Saturday Flair
226 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7449 with or without carbon flat.- started schooling after the 1968 Small Fry Flag foctball will be held Tuesday i
Bradford County Telegraph. moon went down, and were Football season opened Monday anc Thursday beginning! at 4:30p. : Mrs. Carolyn Cordially

Ph 964-6305. still biting when they left. They Oct 14, with a double' m. Mr. Jackson: is asking Eaves
caught 11 or 12 of their Ban header. the cooperation:> of all interested Welcomes
around one small patch of lily In the first game the Packers citizens and parents H the Representative 'utp

pads. Many, many Bass are be- downed the Colts 12.2 The effort to Improve the activities. Ph. 964-5812 You and Your

Injr caught on plastic worms 1st half ended with the Packers The presence of parents Is always 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
while Specs are being caught on leading: : 6-0. this coming about, welcomed.The Starke New Home
An electric water heater minnows drifting. as the result of a TD pass from center will be open dally
Griffin's Lodge least shore Eddie Akrldge to Mark Red- from 4 to 6:30: and Friday and
Santa Fei reports:: a rather dish. Saturday from 8 to 11
: nights The State of FloridaIt
goes where others can't.It's good: week. The Specs are biting The Colts put 2 points!! on the p. m.NOTICE.

good on the brusH piles, board in the 2nd half when Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and

flameless. people are bringing In nice cat- DIV\: Barry downed Akrldge in L Dell Chapter 168 will hold Its To Aquaint You With Your City.If .
ches, including weighed: up to two pounds each sed the 6-2 lead until the final it p. m. In the Masonic Hall
Tuesday, Roy caught 42 Specs play of the game and then got on Brownlee Street. All mem- you are new in the area a phone
sI and 6 Bass, and he caught 35 a 6 pointer Akrldge passing to be-s are asked to please bepresent
nice ones Wednesday: Roy David Gaines and on time. Businessof call will bring you a prompt visit

Lave that it's best to tlsh witha The 2nd game saw the Rams vital Importance.
I long pole and line because take a 12-6 victory over the The Matron. Mrs. A. B. Bac from your local ha-'ess. Pease! give

line on your reel will get hung Cowboys who scored the only on, attended the 7th Annual
her call! She has and
I in the brush. Roy should: know points: of the 1st half on a 30 Workshop in Pensacola, along a maps many

the best ways since he fishes: yard romp by Larry White, and with two other members. The free and wonderful gifts for you
nearly every day, but it sure is led at half time 6-0. The Rams Workshop was very informativeand
a barrel o' fun catching thoserascals stormed back in the 2nd half, .there Is much information: from peal l businesses

on a rod and reel. Roy paced by power sweeps, with to be given to the local lodge.
was fishing on the brush pile; Jnckson Prevatt doing the CHURCH:; NEWS
Saturday morning, and had a blocking! and Lee Casey scoring/ Pleasant Grove Methodist

ro-J: and reel" with a shiner ""t. I I
H) came In with a l2v2 pound
Ba.w.. By the way, the water Olds Ninety-Eight: I !GM I
was Just about 30 feet deep out

there.: The Bass were schooling Strong silent and in .....o..ce
early In the morning and late ,
in the evening Melrcse Bay
the classic tradition
and:! In the pass.: They were bitIng -
and the No. *
"Hot Spot", "
"Rapala." Monday, Roy got 10 lake the wheel. : ...

Bas, that he caught on shin
ers. Jigs and "Rapalas." Last J. '

weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
1L1' Belt and Mr. and Mrs. James

Dmrmond of Jacksonville, were
down fishing and caught 40

Specs and 12 Bass. Also over Get carried away in <-.r'- safety features, new advances
the weekend. Roy guided John
SI'owskof! Jacksonville, and a whole new world of lux- in power-assisted driving pam-

M Specs.they caught 12 Bass and 6 ury-car pleasures. look per you at everye

SlIm's Flsh-'N-Stuff (Key is contemporary elegance. turn. So

stone reported a 10H pounder, a '
and a 9Mi pounder weighed: In The ride is luxurious on one of our six

4 that were caught In Lake Geneva a new, longer wheelbase. elegant Ninety-Eights B-B-today.- BP
but they didn't have any

Your electric water heater can be tucked away names.Mr. and Mrs G. W. Ellis of New interiors, new GM Luxury was never so exciting!

anywhere, even in a closet. Flameless so requiresno Lake Santa Fe and Mr. and

flue or ventilation wherever installed. Completely Mrs. V. White of Waycross, Ga..
caught 80 Srtellcrackers. and 2oftshell
insulated no hot spots cool to the touch. turtles. One of their I ,

Flameless electric water heating is super.fast for all your family big friends soft-shell, Mrs. Moore turtles caught In the 8

needs and super-safe for precious peace of mind. Canal near the Ellis home.

. Joyce and Pete Barton were
See your appliance dealer, plumbing or electrical contractor now.THERE'S down fishing on the: Oklawaha

River on the weekend and
I caught 72 bream 3 catfish anda

II I :Jack. Joyce says the river is
NO MATCH FOR
to full for good fishing now
FLAMELESS ELECTRIC Well, sportsmen, since I have
...;1'$ cheaper, tool no hunting: news lined up as


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OCT. 17. 1968
THE BRADFORD CCUTNTY! TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACE THIRTEEN

No CandidateCan

Satisfy

All Americans

By Russell Kay
No matter who we elect as
chief: executive in November,
many segments of our society
will be dissatisfied. His every
action, no matter how studied
and sincere will be questioned
and opposed by certain groups.
be they left, right or dead cen

ter.All candidates glibly tell us
what\ they will do If elected.
TheY will solve the Vietnam T 7Re.A
problem control crime and
riots in our streets, maintain:
law and order, stop waste of ... .N..
taxpayers money, solve the
race problem Improve our national -
Image and do a lot of
QU. DEEP SOUTH limit 1 Soled Dre/ lng of Your Choico W/SS.OO or Mon Purchase Including Cigarette*
other things that most folks
eagerly desire.
Just how they will accomplishall DRESSING..O.O39'I
this Is anybody's guess. I
do not question the sincerity.of ,
candidates in pledging! to do 01.. KRAFT'S MIRACll WHIP limit 1 Solarf Drottlno of Your Choice W/SS.OO.r More Purchaio Including' '
everything in their power to
!solve these problems, but their 1
power is so limited no matter DRESSNGO..49'0t. : 1
how hard they may try it appears
the mission Is Impossible.
What any president can accomplish .WHITI' A BLUI COLD WATER ARROW limit ono W/SS.OO or,moro ourchate excluding cigarette*
toward putting his
program In force depends largely ITDNT AO
on Congressional/: support .
and action. He can urge and ooaaeaooaoeaaaoOOID
recommend but If his proposals
do not appeal to senators and MEDAL Ploln&Self-rising Limit 1 w/tS/ rmor purchniacludinCiirHta Oal. WHITI ARROW Limit 1w/SSw/ !
congressmen, there /is little he
co'do about it. '
i:29ik : :
If a majority of the members 5-LB. i B B
of Congress are members of his
political party he can accomplish 00
more than if he Is com
pelled to work with a.maJority '
PISCHIRS I No .turn Bottles 1J-CE. CHIK All FLAVORS Including PRISHY I
of the opposing party. But presidents

members of often their find own that party even or ALE.79* CANNED DRINKS 15/$1. ?

will! not stand hitched and support O-om..THRIFTY MAID

obligations the administration to certain powerful If their JumboTOWELS..... 3/$1. TOMATO CATSUP 4$1.F'RUiAjo.COCKTAIL..5I. I a a I

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ii KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE
GENEVA.THURSDAY
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Keystone By JIM FOX Hili ices f On War Path JURY CLUB LicenseesAre


Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 Scalp TrentonBy NamedF.ght


WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS !lei to the club members. It
The annual meeting of District you enjoy contract: bridge, why Mike Chltty successful applicantsfor
S Florida Federation of not find a partner and join this The Keystone Heights! Indians ?Ar, :newly created! liquor: 1'cen-
Wcmen's Clubs was held at the congenial: group? rallied in a second half "war: t ; ses in Clay County were announced -
Golden Hills Turf & Golf Country party" and scalped the Treuu T Tuesday! by State Beverage

: Club, near Ocala; on Thurs- Key-tone Tigers by a 21-0 margin, in .t't Director Don: D. Melkle-

lay. Oct 10.Members route to follow to the new club- their first Suwannee Valley john
of the Keystone house from town. Remain on 4 Conference game. Cray Comity\! voted last July
Heights: Woman's Club attend. the paved load for 1 miles After a scoreless defensive I I sJ 23 to allow both: package and
ng the meeting and luncheon until sign on left-hand side of battle in the first half, the Indians II bar sales of whiskey: Included Mrs. Sara McDonald. road directs you to clubhouse. bounced back in the sec- I Formal Issuance of license::

cli'Ii president Mrs Azzle Williams Last week's winners were: I ond half with 3 touchdowns anda is contingent upon successful

( Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. J, Tied for first place with 42Vi safety to crush the Tigers. applicants, :; meting: alJpropdzOIlng

0 Hlmble. Mrs Ralph Griffin points, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Romesa Dodd Besides the shining second half ; requirements:! as well a*
Mrtn Kenneth Liggett. Mrs. Bachmann and Mr. and Mrs of'eme, once again the Keystone conjunction!: of suitable buildings !\

David Nelson, and Mrs Henry Fremont Tolles; third place To Wed Mr. Faison, defense joined in a complete to house the licenses
Sc luber, with 39 points, Mr. and Mrs. team effort to stop Tren- Tl'ere" were 50 applications
The Alachua Federation of Aubrey Bannister: and fourth In DecemberMr. ton cold. The tough hard hit- tot eight: licenses. Club lice ises

Women's Clubs mat Wednesday place with 33 points, Mrs. An- tin i Keystone defense came up and other sUI'c1alllcl'ue; available .

Oct. 9 at the new Keystone: na James and Miss Sally Mans- and Mrs. Fred S. Doddof with 3 interceptions in good ter IlLKeystone !: :i the county will be conilc'eied -
Heights clubhouse. The local field. ritory. : separately.:
Keystone Heights announcethe
club was chosen to be the hostess The first half was a real test Tiii, successful applicant willb.
club for the annual fall WILLIAM'S NEWS engagement and approach-, of defensive skills on both .' lequired: tq sign a statementthat
Ins marriage of their daughter,
meeting of the federation The Altar Society will meeton Bomesa: Mae, to John Joseph teams. The Indians totaled just they will retain active
OPERATION Monday, Oct. 21, at 10 a. 74 yards while Trenton could: ownership of the Iicr:se font:
Faison' ,'m, son of Mr. and
CHIME STOP m In Ihe church hall. This will Mrs. John Faison of Jackson only make 53. However things Pro Receves Plaques From Boys RanchA least two years or stis render
The luncheon meeting of the be the organization's regular ville. definitely changed in the second tlu license to the State, Bever-

Woman's Club will be held monthly business meeting.A Miss Dodd Is a graduate of half.Batts Plays GolfIn highlight of the Keystone Rotary Club meeting! last Friday (Continued On Next Page)

Tuesday Oct 22, at the club- rummage sale, sponsoredby Bradford County High School picked off the first Interception was the presentation by Clay 'County Sheriff Jennings Murr
house, starting at 12:30.: the Altar Society, will behead and quickly gave the
and of Bob Jones University Scotland bee of two handsome wall plaques to Mr. and Mn. John Bird -1
Following the luncheon, a : Friday and Saturday, Oct. : Indians the lead In the early
where she received her B. .3. u donor( to the Florida Sheriffs. Boys Ranch at Live Oak.
p.-cf.ram: will be preanted! that 25-2U:! in the vacant office build- in Christian Education. minutes of the second half Golfing customs In Scotlandwere UAi
should be of great interest to Ins next to Keystone Cleaners degree play. The PAT was wide, and Plaque arc presented to( persons who donate cash property, or
She was a member of Parker cont1'8stedI'lth those in
everyone concerned with the Donations of usable articles the score stood 60. Trentonwas other !goods In fie' value of 1000. Mr. and Mrs. Bird made a -BAPTIST
Society and Prayer Captain. this country at the Keystone
high raising crime rate. There will; be accepted the day preceding once again unable to move ,
She is presently teaching at :Heights Rotary Club last Fridayby cash donation as well as some property located In Keystone First Baptist Church Rev
will be a panel of law enforcers the sale, Oct. 24, so that the ball after the klckoff. They
Trinity Christian Academy in Les Stephenson Keystone: Heights to te:: Ranch.: Lawrence Carroll pastor Sun-
to answer questions directed m 1 tides may be sorted and punted to Keystone, who was
of the
nothing walking
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course
Jacksonville. iGoK and Country Club pro who day School, 9:45: Wor-
to them the audience. also unable to move the ball. a. m
by pr.ced.Ihe
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of 'weighed down by heavy golf NEWS NOTES
Irr. Faison 1 Is graduate
a
Members of the panel and st Augustine Deanery'sfall Randy Grayson really put his has Just returned from playing ship Services, 11 a. m. and,
bags, he
said.
their: positions are as follows: meeting of the NCWC was Andrew Jackson High School foot into the punt which traveled in an International* Four Ball them Stephenson described By.: Helen Egan 7:30: p. m. Training Union
Edward J. Austin, State Attorney held in Gainesville Wednesday, and attended Bob Jones University. 60 yards before going out of Tournament at Gleneagles, as "perfect gentlemen" 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for'
He plans to return to who get offended if YOIldon't all
;. O. Jennings Murrhee. Jr., Oct 9. There was a mass at St. bounds on the Trenton 1. Trenton Scotland. COMMUNITY: CHURCHThe service
Bob Jones to complete his ministerial folloltheir advice as to
county sheriff; Thomas Rivers, Patrick's Church fbllowed by a tried a quick kick on third Stephenson, who finished 14th
training.: He was Assist. which club to use on a particular October General Meetingof
coiuty judge; Richard V. Meyer coffee hour. The meeting and down and eight, which was in IndivlcrJil scoring in n field -CATIIOLIC
the Church! Women held
Baptist
ant Pastor of Brentwood hole. was
highway patrol; and Walter luncheon was held at Holiday snapped over the kicker's head of) 64 pros, said th't golf carts St. William's Church Sunday
Church In Jacksonville, He said the most Interesting on Monday. Oct. 7, in the Edu-
Muhlhofer, Keystone Police and out of the end zone far: an are unknown in Scotland, where Mass 9 a. m. Wednesday
Chief. Inn.Members; of St. Williams' Altar where he was ordained to the automatic safety. This gav walking;. the emirs 18 holes Is the course played was St. Andrew's, cat.onal Building. The devotionel'vlce' Mass and Novena, 7 p m.
ministry Mr. Faison was also which is was given by Mrs. .
) "just like
This will !be an open meeting Society attending were: Keystone an 8-0 lead at the end order of the day. He was also nature COMMUNITY CHURCH
Factor of Southslde Baptist Leon F. Milner and Mrs Frank
Local and area residents are. Mrs H. Deutermann, Mrs L, of the third quarter. impressed with the high calibreif created it, and was first open- Sunday School, 9:40: a. m.
Mission In Lakeland, Ga. ed Il ien, program chairman Introduced -
In the
Invited to attend and partici- Clemens. Mrs Emery Cooper, A second interception gave Scottish caddies, many of year 1457. : Morning Worship, 11 a. in.
fOl'De.ember Mr. and Mrs. William
The wedding is planned
pate in the discussions startingat M1-*. A. Godley, Mrs. Leo Le- the Indians the ball on the whom are in their late 70s. have Stephenson was presented by Nursery at 11 o'clock service
at Bell of Interior !
the in
21; at 7:30: p. ni., Mission
1:30.: Blanc, Mrs Phil} Kromer Mrs Hcpe Baptist Church. All Trenton 3 in the fourth period. 'caddled all their livps And t'iliik Rotarian S. E,_McKay._ Nicaragua.: missionaries whoar only RP.V. Leon F. Milner,
PLICATE BRIDGE E Mrs. Harold Sutton, Murrhee carried the ball
Raynor Mike pastor
friends: and relatives are In- Band Aides' Pick (on a year's furlough Mr:
The Duplicate Bridge Club, Mrs Phil Wright and Mrs Hen vited to attend. In, but the PAT was wide again 'Keystone Bell showed colored slides of EPISCOPAL
sponsored by the Schubev. and the was 140.
Keystone ry score
th natives their customs
and
Heights Woman's Club meets Rev Father Edward Kirby The third interception gave New. Officers: Plan Projects St Anne's Church, Rev
abodes still
ami living very
every Monday evening at 7:30: and Rev. J, Griffin represented Jr. Indians Keystone the: ball on the Trenton to William I, Jones, Vicar Ho.ly
Is asked primitive, Mrs. Roy Turknet
elect- the :
group
in the clubhouse. bosh; the St. Williams and St, 3. Jack Wingate took the Mickey Mingledorf was joining Communion, 8 .a. m. every
Defeat Trenton of the Keystone become a member, whether or presided at the business meeting
ed president Sunday. First sundaYHOly
Tits bridge session is not Urn-i ball in for the third touchdown.
(Continued On Next Pagel! fans of school! age when and projects
JV's 18-0 This time the Grayson kick was Band Aides, composed of not a parent programs Communion, 8 a, m. and 9:30a. :
Interested in backing the Keystone children.tc! for the next two months .
good, and Keystone took a 21-0 m. Second, third and fourth -
lead. Both defenses held the Heights school band, at a. was decided to ask a $2 were announced. The last call SundaysMorning Prayer -

Keystone Heights junior vat rest' of the game, and It ended recent organizational meeting. donation from each family wishing for participation in the Rummage 9:30: a. m. Evening Pray-
'slty quarterback Art Fordyceran Other officers elected were: All persons with in. Sale is made, Sale dates
a with Keystone on top 210. to join. er--Sunday, 7 p m. Holy Days
two touchdowns, and pass- Keystone quarterback Don- Audrey Bannister vice presi- etrumenU they would like to donate are\ October 17 18, 19 in the .will be announced

,.vs ed for another as the junior In- rile Baker completed 8 out of 10passes dent; Georgia Wolfe, secretary: lend or place in the former Muirhee Insurance office -
dians defeated .Trenton JV's fgr 66 yards, and an and Miriam Mingledorf treasurer. Music Department as a memorial
lasi Monday night. of 11 yards Another :: are asked to contact the Estate Mrs. Don Wallace chaliinun. Divine W<>r h1p. 11... m.
After a 55 yard drive by the offensive average star was Jerry Turner The time of regular meeting school. )has posters about the! city, Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd

Keystone JV's Fordyce ran Info who made several good was set to precede the Keystone Both. meetings attracted a made by Miss Roxanne- Ketch Sunday. Services held each
the score on an 11 sweep, to during the game. The PTA meetings each third good turnout and it is expected M's. Bert Chilstoffprs. WellareCJiniiman
catches: Sunday at St. Anne's Epla-
give them a 6-0 lead in the Indians also made 102 yards Thursday! At 7 n m. tnfti the Keystone Heights : had a request for
first quarter. Fordyce also plagued School will be well represented cjorhlng for a )16 year old boy. copal Church. Richard Meyer
rushing.. Kepstone was band include
Plans for the minister.
plunged four yards to score with 80 yards in penalties but football game musically' \ in the future Continued On Next Face)

Check and Double. afi'!r a march of 43 yards the in seemed to overcome this pretty t.three.::".. out rmrHr-inatlon. of town In the University ,

Check. the second Indians period ahead to 120.put well r of-Florida'-Homecoming
junior; Indians now hold a 30.1
The Christmas concert -
!'! the third period Stephen record, as opposed to a 1-0-3 Parade, and a Chaperoneswill Let's Finish The Job.
in December. .
Check all and gave
banking services punt
our including a Thrift blocked a record for Trenton. My thanksto be needed for several of

Regular or Special Checking Account to fit your Foiflyce Keystone fired good an position 18 yard again pass Manager assistance T. C, Miller in for gettingout his these: events and anyone willingto
valuable these lines is ask-
help along
and the Junior
needs. You can pay your bills quickly and con- to Ricky Indian Wheeler defense, remained this report. "GO INDI- ed to contact any member of

ANS I" tho band organization of the a
skin
they went on to
veniently with a Checking Account, and your can- the tough Tigers as by a 18-0 score. school music department.The .

celled check is your receipt. So safe, too. Let us The "tamed"Tigers drove to LIONS SELL CANDY catchy new name for the
the Keystone seven yard line intheir The Keystone Lions Club Is
help you choose the Checking Account for you. only sustained drive, only selling: Halloween candy this organization was adopted at a El-- .
second called meeting, presidedover
to have time run out on them. wt. k.

KEYSTONE STATE BANK One of the outstanding Keystone Anyone bY' President having an Mingledorf.Interest In 4 01\t.
the was
players in !game O n d' !
Ricky Parades who played well W l1ITl\1T': \ j l 1'm'C..\ l' IW VIV\ '\W' W' W'W .

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. all through the game. ...
"Go, Junior Indians"1111LABEL !!!!
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"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly ELECT. '
Community.. MAKERS, from MORE
$9.95- Bradford County Tele-

I graph. Ph. 964-6305. Olin S. Howard Jr. 1 1i




DEMOCRA TIC County CommissionerDistrict ROy.5


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REP. RALPHTURLINGTON
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To Speak

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR


Saturday October 19

Democratic Nominee .

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1

ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL Resident of Clay County for 34 Years


Vice President of Clay Oil Corp. Despite all the frantic efforts to May I earnestly solicit your con

thwart the will of the people . tinued support in the November 5
FREE Deeply interested in our County's welfare!

. yOU win have an opporGeneral Election, upon the basis of
When a person maintains an active interestin

BARBECUE CHICKEN DINNER 5.7 P. M. such organizations as Little League 4-II Club tunity on November 5 to finish the my assurance that my objective Is

Home Demonstration Club and Sunday: School job we started early this year, pointclean, forward looking county government
you can feel confident that he knows the prob.

TELEVISIONGIVEN lems and the needs of his community.By ing our county m the direction of that will contribute to the

combining my business know-how with my progress and equitable representation full and orderly development of our
knowledge of our County I feel that your best
AWAY MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN Interest will be well protected and representedby for all areas. great opportunities.

decline:: me your County Commissioner District -

Meet and Visit with Your Democratic 3. Thank you. Sincerely.


'I\ Olin S. Howard, Jr, HOMER NEWELL

Candidates Your vote and support will be appreciatedin

the General Election, Nov. S (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Homer Newell

.. Clay County Democratic Executive Committee (Paid Pol. Adv.)




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KEYSTONE "" chairman.and Julia Mrs.Hanson Axel Plans Maimgren were 8 Approved Nixon-Agnew but by the time he was heard enter Cub Scouting Club .will meet at the Home mother Mr. Bernice FIFTEEN Oano.!

also discussed for the annual Chairmen For the snake was in the swamp Several Melrose Cub Scout Demonstration Club Thursday Guests last week at the home
HILITES For :Must have been a monster, because leaders attended the Pow-Wow 9:30 Cason
Christmas party. Liquor Oct 24 at : a. m. of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Game Day will be held at the Clay County the track where he cross.ed Training Session at Camp Echo- At a recent meeting members wet e their son Ralph, of Silver
From Proceeding PagelEdward's ) Episcopal Parish HaU on Oct. LicenseesFrom the road looked like a tire ckotee In Jacksonville last Saturday bad a program on clothes. Lake, and their daughter, Mrs
i for I'll ask+ included
Chairman attending
once again Those
24 at 1:30: p. m. Page) Civs' County track. So. The Club meets on the lastTbursday G. G. Thigpen of East Pall ka.
Altar Societies. 4-K CLUB NEWS (From Dept. for relisuance. N.son-Agnew. Mrs C a'.le TFitzgerald you all to please be careful Mr. and Mrs. Byron Courtney of each month. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hlnnant
BINGO SESSIONS The Annual Tony Award aj-With one exception, L L.. .T" of Orange Pavlt, and watch out for those snakes Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ringo is played every Friday appointment of! Mr. and Mrs. E. W Revels and James Bass "
announced who David
Charles WIlliams
Banquet was held at the Johnson, all successful applicants ha.> Mrs. Lee I -law! Mr. and Mrs.
evening, at 7:30: at St, William's for the NlxovAmicw ten days in the mountains Woman's Club
E. Bennett School, In Green met! the tentative zoning: local chairmen spent eper.ds summers In Trumbull, Hlr.nant: and familY In Middle-
Church Hall campaign FinanceC' ''In Georgia, and the Carolinas,, The Melrose Woman's Club days* with
Cove Springs on Thursday standards: established by cities Conn., spent a few burg: last weekend.
You may also play Bingo Oct. 10.Mies and the county. Mr. Johnson''* :airman U Mrs. C. Murray visiting and sight-seeing. :has begun holding meetings Mr and Mrs. R. F. Simmons Mrs. J. O. Dann honored hereon
Saturday evenings, at 8. at the Cheryl Tomes, 13 year" proposed: location, SR 16, 4 McQuaid of O"ang? Park Youth Mr. and Mrs. V. White otWaycross. again! after summer vacations, enioute to her winter home in Ernest Allen of Starke.
American Legion Hall, Highway old daughter of Mr. and Mrs miles West of Intersection Hwy. to-: Nixon Chairmen are hand '. Ga. spent a few days: The president Mrs. A. J.. Dundee.Mr with! a birthday dinner last'
21 north. Lake Mrs. James Hurst of Jack visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Witherspoon, announced that David Hlnnant his wIfe
Ernie Tomes of Geneva 17, was too close to a church and Mrs. 'week. Also present were
FELLOWSHIP CLUB has received two awards basedon Meiklejohn approved Johnson eoiiville who both teach i 1- Clay Ellis last week. While here,, el\J: had sold her home and of Mlddteburg recently became ant! daughter. Peggy Sue, Another -
The Keystone Heights Fellow for schools Last Saturday they enjoyed catching some ol would: soon be leaving from Martha home
countywide competition us a successful applicant con County parents of a baby girl, guest at the Dann
chip! Club's regular monthly Achievement and Child Develop tingent upon his finding a suit they ld a motorcade through! our fish, and a couple of tur Melrose. The board of directors Joyce, who was born September last week was her grandson
business meeting and luncheon ment. Cheryl who Is an 8th abe; location. Orange Park and Green CoSprings tles.I. will appoint a new president. 25 in st Vincent's Hospital: in! Wilbur Grover, of Lake City,
w&i held Thursday, Oct. 10, atho grader at Keystone Heights Meiklejohn did not Issue s aqvota to Palatka and Key- guess you all know that the The next meeting will be held Jacksonville Maternal!! grandparents win recently returned from two
Masonic Hall. School, was president of the license to J L. Reynolds!! etone Heights, terminating In Mayflies did not come in i isarong as' Wednesday end; will be a demonstration are Mr and Mrs. Howard !: duty :Ui Vietnam.KEYSTONE : .
;years
President Ethel Weyman )reports Keystone 4-H Club, last year. of Reynolds Industrial Park:} Starke. as we thought the] : of arts and crafts in Morris: paternal grandparents
that 48 members were Mrs. Ernie Tomes and Mrs. near Green Cove Springs but Orange Park Chairmen are would Last Saturday when 1 I the Melrose area. Mrs. John are MI'. and Mis. Albert BOOSTERS
present tor the affair. The club Al Quag-llano, sponsors of the sari: If Mr. Reynolds applied! Mrs. Fred R Arm :'u tl' and' was writing the news the: Brennan and Mrs. Jane Dris- Hinnant, an of Melrose:: TO SPONSOR SUPPER
WAS pleased to accept and welcome S. McCain. Green quite a few of them or con are in charge of the program The Heights Boosters
Keystone
local 4-H club are finalizing for n special!! golf course license, Mrs. John wire! Icky} Chlapclnl: son of Francis -
five new members to their plans for a Girl's 4-H I it would be Issued. Reynolds: Cove Springs Chah'meal'e tha house and naturally I as. and will show samples of Chlapplni, was promoted to Club will sponsor a Spaghetti
their organization. Rev. and Club, which would be Independent planned to use the quota license! Mrs. Chauncey Moore and Mrs.HUtla fiun-.ed they were moving in t as work that Is being done. Army Spec. 4 in Germany Supper from 4 to 7 p. m.
Mis. Leon Milner were honoree of the present club. V you to.a private club at the golf : Neth. Mr and Mrs. Walter they did< last year. I guess sine Story Hour where he is a communications Friday Oct. 18. at the school
luncheon guests.:! arc interested in joining, please coi.rje. Golf courses qualify for Stietzel vill chair the Penney I have said something about, A Story Hour will be held at specialist in the 62nd Artillery's: cafeteria to raise money for
Rev. Milner, minister of the contact either of these ladies a special license if they haven Farms p:ecl:1ct. them not being here this week,, the Melrose Public Library Sat. 6th: Battalion. concrete bleachers. )l for adult .
Keystone Heights Community HERE 'N THEREMr. ,.L holes and 100 acres of Any persons wishing to( voluntew they! will be back by the time urday from 10 to Ha .m. All Fob Ford has returned to \*, 75 cents fd7'! children.
Church, gave an Interesting account and Mrs. Ed Dwyer spent land. may telephone: the chairmen this column comes out, Just t to children from kindergarten San Diego Calif. after a 15 day Game time 7:45.:
of his varied experience and their locale. Checks show me up. I know you are all through third grade are Invited. his
the weekend with Mr. Mn Meiklejohn said he was in leave spent in Melrose with ,--
as a chaplain with the Armed Lester Kasin, of Daytona pleased with the quality of applicants should\ be made payabl to Clay happy as I am that the Love Misses: Glenda and Carol Cham- parents, Mr. and Mrs R, V. .
Forces. Beach. and it made the deck County Nixon-Agnew CarupalgA Bugs; are gone again, and good blee will be the readers this Ford.Mrs.. .: :1l

Following the luncheon and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger returned for,s!,. diffIcult. Fund and sent to Mrs Me- riddance 1Mellnda I week Ada Ford has returned i
Rev Milner's speech. President home Saturday alter visiting} Successful applicants were: Qua Id, Box 718, Orange. Park. Youngblood, of Tal- The Story Hour Is sponsoredby home from Bradford County ::1
Wtyman called the business her son and daughter-in-law,' Green Cove Springs Motor Inn. Any i'IO.l: ; ot'. .1 1 c. ie atu Inl-ns'ee. spent Sunday through the Melrose Action Commit- Hospital following surgery -=: : /
meeting to order. A nominating hlt to participate at Tuesday with the Jack Millers tea and is an effort to bring \
Mr and Mrs. Leamon Templeof In... doing tu5lne as Motor dr"1ts13 : Dean Crouch has entered the fe'htOi.
committee for next year's officers Blythevllle. Ark. Mrs. Ottln List: Inc.. Walnut: St.. GreraC : "Nlxonetts: or 'Nixo.iearVmy then went on to South Florida, more recreation to the children Veteran's Hospital where he '.
was appointed by the press ger particularly enjoyed visits >ve Springs. Officers: J. cuutuci Mr. Hi.rsi\ ut .J\\>i- returning Thursday on the way In this area. It Is held each wll: undergo surgery Commit your way to the
dent. Committee members Include with her 18-month old grand? Shier SmlU: Prrs.: Thomas J. SJ'l.' home. Monday night, all of the month. Because of lack of attendance Virgle Rowe spent Monday In Lord.-Psalms( 37:5); ).

Mrs. T. L. Norwood, son. Leamon, Jr Thomas, V, Pres. & Tress.Et .; YY.13YYYY "' tit vyv Millers, Melinda, Mrs. Ruby last month the pro Tallahassee We know the many things
Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Kennies,. ;'.abeth W. Thomas sec. Dyal. Mrs. Buddy Kelly and gram. may be discontinued. Miss Carolyn Tison of Gainesville time and at-
of Keystone and Jacksonville, Doren D. Yelton, d-b-a Chile children\ and Mrs. Margie Richardson Let s don't let this:' happen. Be spent last week with her > that require our
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS entertained friends with a dinner Stove, Cor. Orange & North St., INDIAN BEACH : all of Gainesville, wentto sure to send your children Saturday parents Mr. and Mr's. Dock tention. We know what we
party at their. home on Green Cove Springs see Jeff play his! first football and show that you sup- Tlson.: would like to see adjusted and

Lake Brooklyn, Saturday ever West of Green! Cove Spil.tKi: (Lab Ban Fe( ) game. Jess is the first one port the Ing. Guests included Mr and L. L. Johnson d-b-a The Night Byi Michael n. CtdtfarML. In his mother's family, and thIh'rd Scl'ool News and daughter! Nancy Suzanne seems to be out of order. With
Mrs., Everett Fox Mr. and House, SR 16. 4 miles West of 4764171Greetings in his father's family to The Melrose Elementary: have moved to their home Inaeksonvllle. His Spirit working in and

Mtr. Jim Darby, and Mr. and l.itf:i'sectlon Hwy. 17 i continent .. .... .. ever play football so there School has been selected as one ./ They have \been through us to bless all that concerns
Mrs. Jim Zowarka. upon zoning were: some excited people on: of eight schools in the U. S. to visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. G, us, we will bring forth
DIRECTORY Miss Norma Valldejull andM''s South of Green: Cove Springs:: friends and neighbors hand to watch him perform. participate In a national essay A'rowsmlth.Mr. the right answers in order to
Linda Lee Anthony were Funk Saldonlk d-b-a Frank's how are you all doing And now-here's Leeon.LEEON'S contest for boys and girls in and Mrs. M. M Gano establish a good and orderlylife
from FSO this weekend US Hwy. 17 :5 CORNER the 4th grades. Augustine
home Ri'ilaurant. these days? I guess your ole and daughters of St.
for all those whose lives
RABY'S AUTO visiting! their families. mIles' South of Green CowSwings. rolling-reporter is doing pretty "Ole Rattler"Let The boys and girls will viewthe were Sunday guests of his
tell 'bout thla TV show "Babar" Wednesday touch our own.
you
Herb Nelson and Sam Gardner gocd. I know he's glad to seethe me
SERVICE Sr. were in Wilmington, Keystone Hts area: weather cooling off a bit. snake. Oct. 23 at 8:30: then write
Dela. last week on business Margaret M. It James D. If for no other reason It make "Ole Rattler" is his name. essays on happiness.The .
Complete Auto RepairsAir During! his stay In Wilmington, Eland d-b-a Holiday Restaurant them ole Specs start biting! bet Ant: when it comes to getting content! }is sponsored by GAINESVILLEBusiness

Conditioning Repairs Mr! Nelson enjoyed visiting hts Hwy. 21, 50 yards North! ter. You Indian Beach-ites had his kicks Random House, publishers of
& Automatic Transmission married daughters, Mary Lou ol city limits Keystone Heights: better get your tackle ready: Slyness! was his game "Uabar" books.
Service and Sue, and; their (famines Orange Park: Ann: T. Davis; and! it won't be long before you Ole Rattler would hide In tbe< There will be a Parent-Teach

PHONE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson, d b.a The Studio, Hwy 17, Orange catch a mess of specs drifting. bushes, er kindergarten meeting Thursday DirectoryAUTO
473.4404
of Largo, were weekend guests Park. Let me remind you that those Just as still a it he could be. night at 7:30: !in the kindergarten -
Little Lake Bedford of their son-in-law and dauh.tel' West of Orange Park: Bellair nasty ole snakes are really Ever so often peeping around, room. It is for all parents

Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beeler Llquori. Inc., d-b-a samp, moving around now. My father To see what he could see of kindergarten children
BEAUTY SHOP of Peach St. The Gibsons were corner: Blairmore Blvd. & SR James walked in as I was won'Ito He spied a poor little rabbit. ant! anyone else interested in SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
enroute from their summer :n. Bellalr area. Officers: Sliel- :f on my column Saturday; Hooping! along on its! way. the kindergarten program at
KEYSTONEBEAUTY home }in Deep Creek. Md. too A. Morris Pros.! Robert: ana told me he had just killeda Then he socked It to him, Mf'. 'o.se Elementary School BRASINGTON Johnson & Faris, Inc.

Sp. 5 and Mrs. David Sunder M Wilson, V Pres.. AI T. rattler. Friday, my brother, Without a moment's delay. Spaghetti Sapper CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Complete Line of
SHOP land, and son. Mark, arrived In Schneider: Sec. Treas. Wayne killed one on his way t to The poor little rabbit rolled There will be a Spaghetti! Supper SALES SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS
Keystone on Saturday for a visIt South of Orange Park: Cedar Jacksonville, but before he killed } over, at the United Methodist Fine Selection of Used Can Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
EDITH JOHNSON Owner with Mr and Mrs John Phillip River Inc.. d-b-a same Lot 17. it, the snake struck his Then kicked and squirmed 01 Clu'rch Saturday, Oct. 26, from Taken On Cadillac Trades
Personal and Creative Hair Styling and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bik. :3. Orange. Park Acres! pants leg. the ground. 6 to 8 p. m. It Is being sponsored 8001 N.W. 13111'- Ph. 378-5301 "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
Every Form of Beauty Sunderland. David returned to OriiiiKe Park Fla. We Chtttys had a rather quiet Ai.O the poor: bunny was dead, by Methodist Youth Fellowship K4 N. W. 8th Ph. 372-0476
Culture Tuea.-Sat. 9-5; closed Ft Rucker on Sunday, where week last week. Thursday night, Then Ole Rattler gobbled hire of the Church. CRANE
:Monday. he will complete his last two ,room.MASONIC. Teenie and Roy Crens'iaw (my down. Price of the dinner will be MEN'S WEAR
months of active duty with. the LODGEWorshipful aunt! and uncle) and daughter, After he'd eaten his rabbit $1.25 for adults and 75 cents LINCOLN-MERCURY
NURSERY Army. Joyce and Mark will re Master, Wm. R. Joan, and Roy's brother, Clayton And his belly was filled so well, fo' students. The public Is lnVlted. Authorized Sales A Service STAG 'N DRAG

main In Keystone during this Wilson announces that at the all of Gainesville, had agood Ho/ began to brag on himself 2201 N.Main Pb. 372-4373 Stanley Blacker Coats
October 22 Lodge meeting. District "There Is no' other snake sc Church NewsWomen
D.C. Carnes Nursery period. fish super with us. Friday, Arrow Dress Shirts
Deputy Grand Master, 11th of the Presbyterian Crane ImportsVolvo
Miss Linda Lee Anthony, Mother, Grandmother Copeland swell Puritan Sweaters
Hwy. 100, Florahome S59-2165: daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mal>onlc District of Florida. and I went to Gainesville, Then in a little while, it happened crunches of District 3 will meet Peters JacketsLadles
Nursery !Stock ==- Thousands of Anthony, and Mrs. Walt Thomas Franklin C. Smith of Interlaoh- to ,take Mrs. Ida Whitehead Thursday, oct 17, at Faith IMO Austin Heoley,, '
A Sportswear
Plants & Fruit Trees to tihoose formerly of Keystone and: en will make his official visit. back to the Clinic, and visited As he was planning his next Presbyterian Church, it was an- 006 E. University Gainesville STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY
from Shade Trees.Evergreens A now residing in Gainesville, re- PERSONALS Uncle James Sullivan. Sunday, meal to choose, nounced by Mrs. James R, Phone 372-4251 S MALL
Landscape Plants in containers. t'lrned from week's visit! with bympathy is extended to the fly family, along with Jean Silent and swiftly the farmer' Neale. district chairman. """" and GAINESVILLE

CAMELLIAS & AZALEASLet Mrs Thomas' son, Johnny, 1nfewaih far.-.lly' of Leon Austin, whose Ball of Pittsburgh Pa. (who isvUltlng axe dropped Regisrtation Is at 9 a. m and BEAUTY ACADEMY MOBILE HOMES
U. Do Your Landscaping Johnny, who is a Ma. unfmely death occurred on her mother Mrs. Cora Now Ole Rattler U a pair ol the program begins at 9:30.:
rliio stationed In Vietnam was Saturday, Oct. 12, as he was Bass in Gainesville) went to shoes.fflELROSE. The program includes a studyof POWELL'S MUSTANG

on R&R (rest and recuperation returning from work in Gaines visit) my aunt and uncle, Clara YYTy'YTT YY.YYY the Gospel of Luke given by Beauty AcademyLearn
USED CARS i. ville. Mr. Austin was the grandson and James Sullivan, !in Willis YYy' Mi:*. C. D. Weaver. Workshop:! Mobile Homes, Inc.

We have his address for you of the late Leon Wagnerof on. Uncle James Is just home groups will make a special' a Profession In Your I Gainesville's Discount Mobile
Hanks Used Cars to add to your list of correspondences Lake Geneva. from J. Hlllis Miller Medical study of the Women's Workbook Spar Time. Full or 'Fart Time Home Sales Lot.
: Cpl. John M. Moon: Roy Bridges held a meeting Center; since Friday. and will bp led by officers of 219 NJW. 10th 3784766 NEW MOON CAPELLAAs
BIG CASH
DISCOUNT from nine
1st Bn., 26th Marines. 1st Dlv., of aU his salesmen Pete and Joyce Barton were By Joyce Bow the Suwannee Presbytery Women Low as $100 Down
at
TERMSBUY Co. C, 3rd Pit, FPO San Francisco states at his summer home fishing on the Oklawaha River of the Church Every wom ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1348
SELL TRADE 96602. We are sure that Luke Toxaway N. C. He then over the weekend. I& & & A A A. an Is urged to bring a work-

RT. 1. BOX 00Hwy. he would appreciate our reads spent a visit with 1 Us marrieddaughter's Hill English! Hilton of Jacksonville, Duplicate Bridge book and a Bible. PAINT and GLASSLIDDELL
dropping him a line. family, the staying at his lake home Melroae The Christian Fellowship
100, 8 Miles S. Starke Ala.. was Winners last week at the
Mrs. Herb Nelson was operated Brannons, of Birmingham, all last week, and was joinedby Duplicate Bridge Club Class will meet In the Educa- Motor Repair Co. PAINT
Geneva
\ on at the Alachua General belore returning to Lake his wife, Romania for the !! Roland Bryan and tional Building Thursday at
CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST were: Mrs. CO.
Hospital on Monday of this last week. Tucker Weekend. Mrs. Hilton also Mm. J. p, Voss. 1st place; Mrs, 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Ernest Craw Of Gainesville Inc. & GLASS
week. We certainly !hope that Mr. and Mrs. Howard brought their grandson to stay; Cook and Miss Iva Hill ford will be in charge of the Repairing RewindingNew Class Mirrors Sliding door-
THAT ALL YOUR visit Mary
week from a
she Is feeling better\ soon. returned last Devotional. Mrs. Ralph Griffin Shower Doors
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE calledhere wMii them 2nd place: Mrs. W. J,, and Used Tub Enclosures -
THE BEST FROMEdward's in Osage.the Kan.occasion He was of serious Mrs. M. T. Jones of Ormond yer Grolick and Mrs. F. T. Hogue,, and Mrs. Grace Green will be Zlil N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 Furniture Tops Window
on Mr. and Mrs. the hostesses. Awning
Beach Is visiting Mrs. Gay Livingstonand Windows -
Milton 3rd place;
illness of his mother, Mrs. Norwood for a few days The Sunday School classes at 16th 372-gm
BuildingSupply NOTES Tom Mrs. Ray Statnes, 4tti I INDUSTRIAL 116 N. W. -
NEWS Is progressingnicely. FARM and
Tucker! who Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews the United Methodist Churchare !


Inc. were visiting Pap and place.Cab ScoutsThe planning a Halloween party EQUIPMENT SEWING MACHINES
From[ Preceedlng Page Rr.ba Norsworthy last Sunday. monthly meeting for:: the! to be held Sunday, Oct 27, in
726 S. Main 3724844GAINESVILLE. waist 29 Inches.MEETING Mr. Hoydlck of Jacksonville, Cub: Scout Pack 109 will be belt I the educational building .All Santa Fe TractorFORD National Sewing

FLA. DATES By Neighbors and her sister-in-law Mrs. Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Epls,, members of the Sunday School Machine Co. Inc.
Every Wednesday from 10 till Coastance Huttner of Erie, Pa., copal Parish!! House at 7:30: Pm. are invited to attend. ,
WATCH REPAIRS 2 Bazaar Workshop in Educational spent Tuesday night with: Reba. Theme of the month will b Building its fun: it'sdoing Her son and daughter-1n-law, Ghosts and Goblins." The! The Melrose Junior Woman's USED MACHINERY Used and Repossessed
for others; it's everyone Henry and Connie NoraworthY, meeting will feature skits,, Cluo will hold its regular meeting SALES PART SERVICE Sales Repairs AU Makes
Anthony Crawford helping everyone in church and Toni' and Helen Hagen of songs and a Bobcat Ceremony,, Monday, Oct. 21, at 8 p. m. 4488 N. W. 6th 376-2548 611 W University 378.1355
woik for the December 4 Ba.zaal' the weekend will be at Ford's
Jacksonville, spent All boys from 8 to 10 yeanof I The meeting
Watch Repair and luncheon. Come, bring with her. Pap spent the weekend age or*who entered the thin I old grocery store.Homemakers .
Service JUdt) a sandwich. Ideas more In Atlanta. Oa., attending a a grade this year are invited tccome I Club
old stockings and enjoy: a part : YO MtYT. medical! meeting. with their parents, am l The Melrose HomemakersDriveIn FLORIDA THEATRE
All Makes and Models 3f a day in church work. Mrs E. B. Watkins has returned
Church Women Circles meet.1nu to her home after visiting
PHONE 473-4219Keystone Monday Oct. 21. The friends and relatives in Showtime-Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3;00 Saturday 1:00:
Heights Fla. NlRhtlngales!! will meet wIthMI'S Augusta, and Buy ton, Ga., and
Hlway 100. 2% Miles East of Walter Muhlhofer at 7:43 Brth. s. C., for the past two SUN. MON. -- TUBS., OCT. 20, 21, 22
Keystone Heights p. m. Prayer Meeting every months. 301 DOUBLE FEATURE

Watch for Sign In Front of Wtdnesday evening at 7:30: inr.ctuary Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith LEAVE THE CHILDREN HOME!
House Sunday School and family of Starke, spent last
Sunday with his mother' Mrs. rs
H. T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN .

See The World StIt.eiC HONDA Wolfe. Wednesday, Mrs. Smith ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c
SALES and Mrs. Wolfe were visiting Children Under 12 Free
Mr and Mrs. Robertson in
Wheels At
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA .
,PAGE.. FOURTEEN __ THURSDAY OCT. 17 19ti8

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Keystone Hit!iIes War Path IART CLUB LicenseesAre

By JIM FOX r

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414S Scalp TrentonBy Named


WOMAN'S: CLUB NEWS itel to the club members. If R ea
The annual meeting of District you enjoy contract bridge, why Mike Chitty w F.glit buccessful applicants
3 Florida Federation of not find a partner and Join thiscongenial The Keystone Heights Indians for newly c-eo'e-l! : liquor 1'cen-
Wcmen's Clubs was held at the group? rallied in a second half "w...iparty" ses In Clay County were announced

Golden Hills Turf & Golf Country The paved road at the Key and scalped the Treui?n Ttt'stay! by State Beverage
Thuis- Tigers ,by a 21.0 margin In Director Don D. Meikle-
Club, near Ocala, on tune, bank is the essiedroute
lay, Oct. 10.Members to follow to the new club their first Suwannee Valley John.
of the Keystone house from town. Remain on Conference game Clay County voted last July

!Heights: Woman's Club attend. tin paved load for 1'4 miles, After a scoreless defensive i 23 tu allow both: package! and

no; the meeting and luncheon until sign on left-hand side of battle in the first half, the Indians bar sales of whiskey.'
included: Mrs. Sara McDonald, road directs you to clubhouse. bounced back in the second Formal issuance of license::

clvb president, Mrs. Azzle Wil Last week's winners were: I I half with 3 touchdowns anda Is contingent upon successful

]lams Mrs. John Bird Mrs. J, Tied for first place with 42'* safety to crush the Tigers. u Y a applicants= meeting approvedzorhrg

I O. Himble, Mrs. Ralph Griffin. points, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Romesa Dodd Besides the shining second half :: requirements: as well at
Mrs' Kenneth Liggett Mrs. Bachmann and Mr. and Mrs of erase, once again the Key construction: : of suitable building !

David Nelson, and Mrs Henry Fremont Tolles: third place To Wed Mr. FaisonIn atone defense joined in a com to house the licenses

Scimber. with! 39 points, IVr. and Mrs. plete team effort to stop Trenton Theie" were 50 applications
The Alachua Federation of Aubrey Bannister; and fourth December cold. The tough, hard hitting fen clg'.it: licenses Club lice :ses

Women's Clubs mat Wednesday place with 33 points, Mrs. Anna Keystone defense came up and other special license! available .

Oct 9 at the new Keystone James and Miss Sally Mans- Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Doddof with 3 interceptions in good ter :::1 the county will be conilc'eied -

Heights\ clubhouse. The local field. Keystone Heights announcethe ritory. : separately
club was chosen to be the hostess and approaching The first half was a real test The successful applicant will
club for the annual fall ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS engagement of defensive skills on both b.< tequlred tQ sign a statement
marriage of their daughter,
mr.ttlng of the federation. the Altar Society will meet Romesa: Mae. to John Joseph teams. The Indians totaled Just fiat they! will retain active
OPERATION on! Monday, Oct. 21, at 10 a. 74 yards, while Trenton could: onnetsh'.p! of the llcr 'se; for: at
of Mr. and
Fa'.son: III son
CRIME STOP m In the church hall. This will! Mrs. John Faison of Jackson only make S3. However things Keystone Pro Receves Plaques From Boys RanchA least 1 two years or surrender
The luncheon meeting of the be the organization's regular definitely changed in the second tilt license to the State Be\er-

Woman's Club will be held monthly business meeting.A ville.Miss Dodd Is a graduate of half.Batts Plays Golf highlight of the Keystone Rotary Club meeting last Friday (Continued On Next Page

Tuesday, Oct. 22. at the clubhouse rummage sale sponsoredby Bradford County High School, picked off the first interception was the pres..ntatlon by Clay 'County Sheriff Jennings Murr
starting at 12:30.: the Altar Society will be and quickly gave the
and of Bob Jones University. In Scotland bee of two handsome! wall plaques to !Mr. and Mrs. John Birdas -
Following the luncheon a he'.ii: Friday and Saturday, Oct. : Indians the lead in the early
p.-''l
should be of great Interest to inj next to Keystone Cleaners. ; play The PAT was wide and Plaque are presented to persona who donate cash property, or
Shu was a member of Parker were contrasted with those in
everyone concerned with the Donations of usable articles the score stood 60. Trenton: other goods In the' value of $1,000. Mr. and Mrs. Bird made a -
Prayer Captain
Society and this at the Keystone
high raising crime rate. There wit; be accepted the day preceding was once again unable to move country ,
( She is presently teaching at :Heights Rotary Club last Fridayby cash donation, as well as some property located In Keystone First Baptist Church Rev
/ be sale Oct. 24, that ball after the kickoff. They
will a panel of law entorceu the so the
Trinity Christian Academy in Les Stephenson, Keystone Heights! to te:: Ranch. Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun-
to answer questions die aitides may be sorted and punted to Keystone, who was
Jacksonville Golf and Country Club pro who nothing of walking the cours: day School. 9:45: a. m Wor-
lected to them by the audience. priced: also unable to move the ball. .
Ifcr. Faison Is graduate of weighed down by heavy golf NEWS NOTES
a returned from playingin ship
Members of the panel and the St. Augustine Deanery's Randy Grayson really put his has Just bags he services. 11 a, m. and,
A.idrew Jackson High School said. Stephenson described
their: positions are as follows: fail meeting of the NCWC was University. foot into the punt which traveled an International Four Ball them By; Helen Ecaa 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
Edward J, Austin, State Attorney held in Gainesville Wednesday, and attended Bob Jones 60 yards before going out of Tournament at" Gleneagles, as "perfect gentlemen" 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for I
/\ He plans to return to who get offended if
youdon't all
,. 0, Jennings Murrhee, Jr., Oi.t., ( 9. There was a mass at St. bounds on the Trenton I, Trenton Scotland. COMMUNITY services
min. : CHURCH
Bob Jones to complete his follow their advice as to
eoiinty sheriff; Thomas Rivers Patrick's Church followed by a tried a quick kick on third Stephenson, who finished 14th
Isteilal training.: He was Assistant which club to The October General Meetingof
use on
a particular
CATHOLIC
1 in field
coiuty judge; Richard V. Meyer coffee hour. The meeting and down and eight which was In individual scoring n
of Brentwood Baptist the Church: Women heldon
highway patrol; and Walter luncheon was held at Holiday Pastor snapped over the kicker's head of 64 pros, said th't golf carts hole was St. William's Church-Sun
Church in Jacksonville Monday. Oc 7, in the Edu-
He said the most .
Muhlhofer, Keystone Police and out of the end zone for an are unknown in Scotland where interesting! day Mass. 9 a. m. Wednesday
Chief. Inn.Members of St. Williams' Altar where he was ordained to the automatic safety. This gave walking the eiHIra. 18 holes Is the course played was St. tAndl'ew's.which cat.onal Building. The devotionel'vlce' Mass and Novena 7 p. m.

This will be an open meeting. Society attending were: ministry. Mr Faison was also Keystone an 8-0 lead at the end order of the day He was alma isjust like nature was given by Mrs COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor of Southslde Baptist Leon F. Milner and Mrs. Frank
Local and area residents ate Mr. H. Deutermann Mrs L. of the third quarter.A impressed with the high calibio created it, and was first open Sunday School, 9:40: a. m.
Mission: in Lakeland, Ga. Ilaen. chairman Introduced
United to attend and participate Clemens, Mrs. Emery Cooper! foi second interception gave if Scottish caddies many of ed in the .year 1457. program Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
The wedding is planned Mr. and Mrs, William
in the discussions startingat MA.. Godley Mrs Leo Le- the Indians the ball on the whom are in their late 703, havecaddled Stephenson was presented by Nursery at 11 o'clock service
December 21-; at 7:30: p. m., at Bell of the Interior Mission! in
1:30.: Blanc Mrs Phil} Kromer Mrs.E Church. All Trenton 3 in the fourth period. !nil their: lives! and t'llnk: Rotarian S. E. McKay only Rev. Leon P. Mllner.
Hcpe Baptist NI cat aaua. m i ss 1 onarles who
PLICATE BRIDGE Raynor, Mrs. Harold Sutton Mike Murrhee carried the ball pastor.
friends: and relatives are In- Band Aides' Pick an on a year's furlough. Mr.,
the Duplicate Bridge Club, Mr Phil Wright and Mrs. Hen In, but the PAT was wide again 'Keystone showed of
vited to attend. Bell colored slides EPISCOPAL
sponsored by the Keystone ry Schuber. and the score was 140.
Heights Woman's Club, meets Rev. Father Edward Kirby: The third interception gave New Officers; Plan Projects th! natives and their customs St. Anne's Church. Rev
ansi i living abodes, still
every Monday evening at 7:30: and Rev J, Griffin represented Jr. Indians Keystone the ball on the Trenton very William I. Jones Vicar Holy
in the clubhouse. both the St. Williams and St, 3. Jack Wingate took the Mickey Mlngledorf was elected Joining the group Is asked to primitive Mrs. Roy Turknet Communion, 8 a. m. every
Defeat Trenton of the Keystone become a member whether or presided at the business meeting -
president Sunday. First SundayHoly
touchdown.This
third
TlMs bridge session Is not llni- ball in for the
(Continued On Next Page] JV's 18-0 time the Grayson kick was Band Aides, composed of fans not a parent of school age when programs and projects Communion 8 a. m. and 9:30a. :

good, and Keystone took a 21-0) interested in backing the Keystone children.1c for the next two months m. Second third and fourth
lead. Both defenses held the Heights 'School band, at a was decided to ask a $2 were announced. The last call Sundays- Morning Prayer -

Keystone Heights Junior var"slty rest' of the game and it ended recent organizational meeting donation; from each family wish- for participation in the Rum 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer -
quarterback Art Fordyceran Other officers elected were: All persons with in. mage Sale is made. Sale dates .
with Keystone on top 210. Ins to Join. -Sunday, 7 p. m. Holy Days
two touchdowns, and pass Keystone quarterback Don. Audrey Bannister vice president etruments. they would like to donate ate October 17. 18, 19 in the .will be announced.

ed for another as the Junior In. rile Baker completed 8 out of 10passes ; Georgia Wolfe secretary: lend or place in the former Muirhee Insurance office
dlans defeated -Trenton JV for 66 yards and an and 1 Miriam Mlngledorf, treas Music Department a* a memorial at the tear of McKay Real LUTHERAN

last Monday night of il yards. Another steer:: are asked to contact the Estate Mis Don Wallace chairman Irtvlne Worship. 11 &. m

After a 55 yard drive by the offensive average star was Jerry Turner The lima of regular) meetings school. has posters about the city! Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd

Keystone JV's Fordyce ran in who made several good was set to precede the KeystonePTA Both meetings attracted a made by Miss Roxanne Ketch, Sunday. Services held each
for the score on an 11 sweep, to during the game The! meetings each third good turnout and It is expected M-s. Bert Chilstoffers. Welt arehnh'man
Catches Sunday at St. Anne'sropal P b-
lead In thefirst (: had a request for
give them a 6-0 Indians also made 102 yards Thursday! At 7 o m. ttuu the Keystone Heights
quarter. Fordyce also plagued School will bs' well represented clothing! for a 16 year old boy Church. Richard Meyer
rushing Kepstone was include
band
Plans for the minister.Let's .
plunged in four yards to score Wtft. 80 yards in penalties but football rnmically' In the Continued On Next Page]
game
In thee out of town future
Check and Double. Check. afv the-r second a march period of 43 to yards put the well.seemed to overcome this pretty traps. participation. Homecoming In the Unto All .

Indians ahead 120. versity of Florida
; 3.0.1
Junior hold a
Indians now
The Christmas concert
I>i the third period Stephen opposed to a 1-0-3 Parade and a Finish The Job.
record, as
Chaperones
In December. .
Check all and gave
our banking services ? Including a Thrift blocked a punt again record for Trenton. My thanksto will be needed for several of

Regular or Special Checking Account to fit your FoiCvce Keystone fired good an position 18 yard pass Manager T. C, Miller in for getting his those: : events and anyone willing
and the Junior valuable assistance to help along these lines is asked
Wheeler,
needs." You can pay your bills quickly and con to Ricky Indian defense remained out this report 00 INDIANS to contact any member of

they went on: to skin !" the band organization of the a
tough as
veniently with a Checking Account, and your can the Tigers bv a 18.0 score. school music department.

celled check I is "tamed'Tigers drove to LIONS SELL CANDY
your receipt. So safe, too. Let us The In :The catchy new name for the
the Keystone seven yard line The Keystone Lions Club Is
help you choose the Checking Account for you. their only sustained drive, onlyto selling Halloween candy this organization) was adopted at asecond .
called meeting, presidedover
have time run out on them. wttk.
One of the outstanding Key- bY' President Mingledorf. O"'t1.
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KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember Anyone having an Interest In I
stone players In the game was Q 't \ !
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Ricky Parades who played well ..r fh .WbOb ".\ .\ft\WJ Yjli Wl. Htfl VHJ YJt VJM YafJVMYWJ. VlF n.: A

P.D.l.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. all through the game. ..
"Go, Junior Indlans"liilLABEL

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DEMOCRA TIC County CommissionerDistrict Roy15FO


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HOMER NEWELLDEMOCRATIC

I'rlJmIlLl I TURLINGTONTo REP. RALPH


Speak

NOMINEE FOR


Saturday, October 19 ft Democratic Nominee


COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 '

ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL Resident of Clay County for 34 Years


Vice President of Clay Oil Corp. Despite all the frantic efforts to May I earnestly solicit your con

thwart the will of the people . tinued support in the November 5
FREE Deeply interested in our County's welfare!

0 0 you will have an opportunity General Election, upon the basis of
When a person maintains an active interestin

BARBECUE CHICKEN DINNER 5-7 P. M. juch organizations as!' Little League. 4-11 Club, on November 5 to finish the my assurance that my objective Is

Home Demonstration Club and Sunday School, Job we started early this year, pointing clean, forward looking county government -
you can feel confident that he knows the problems

TELEVISIONGIVEN ( and the needs of his community.By our county fn the direction of that will contribute to the

combining my business know-how with my of our
progress and equitable representation full and orderly development
knowledge of our County, I feel that your best
AWAY MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN interest will be well protected and representedby for all areas. great opportunities.

electing: me your County Commissioner Dis

\ Meet and Visit with Your Democratic trict 3. Thank you Sincerely


Ii\ Olin S. Howard, Jr, HOMER NEWELL

t. Candidates Your vote and support will be appreciatedin

the General Election, Nov. 5 (Pol. Adv. Paid for by Homer Newell

Clay County Democratic Executive Committee (Paid Pol.Adv)

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I OCT. 17. 19M 1

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chalrrtnan Mn. 0.a'. ._.._.mgr.. BRADFORD COUNTY? TELEORAPIt STARKF. FLORIDA
--- PACE FIFTEEN
KEYSTONEHILITES Plans were o ApprovedFor Nixon.Agnew time he heard,
and Julias Hanson. but by the was enter Cub Scouting. Club .will meet at the Home
also discussed for the annual Chairmen For the make was m the swamp. Several Melrose Cub Scout mother Mrs Berndce Oano.
Christmas party. Liquor Must have been a monster, be- leaders attended the Pow-Wow Demonstration Club Thursday, Guests last week at the home

Game Day will be held at the Clay County cause the track where he cross- Training Session at Camp Echo- Oct. 24 at 9:30: a. m. members of Mr. and Mr.. R. M. Cason
At recent meeting
(From Preceeding Page] Episcopal Parish Hall on Oct. Licensees ed the road looked like a tire ckotee in Jacksonville last Saturday a were their son Ralph, of Silver

Edward's/ Altar Societies. 24 at 1:30: p. m. (From Preceding Page) Clay County ChQh'mlfor track. So. once again I'll ask: Those' attending Included had The a Club program meets on on clothes.the last Lake and their daughter PaUftka.Mr. Mrs.\ .
4-K CLUB NEWS Mrs. C a.'le' T be careful O. G. Thlgpen of East
BINGO SESSIONS BT! Dept. for relisuance. N.\on-Agnew. ;you all to please Mr. and Mrs. Byron: Court- of each month.
Thursday
Pingo; is played The Annual Tony Awards' With one exception L. L. Ftzgerald: Jof> Oranse Pert and watch out for those snakes.Mr. ney, Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Thompson PERSONALSMrs. and Mrs. Albert Hinnant

evening, at 7:30: at every St Friday Banquet was held at the Charles Jol.r.son. all successful applicants ha, announced appointment ot and Mrs. E. W. Revels and James Bass. Lee Williams whospends visited their son and daughjer-David
Church Hall. William's E. Bennett School, in Green met the tentative zoning local chairmen for the! Nlxo pint ten days in the mountain. Woman's Club In Trumbull. In-law, Mr. and Mrs.

You also Cove Springs on Thursday, standards: established by cities Aaucw campaign. Finance '''in Georgia, and the Carolinas The Melrose Woman's Club summers with Hir.nant and family, in Middle-
may few days
play Bingo Oct. 10.Miss and the county. Mr. Johnson' C' airman: 1 is Mrs. C. :MurrayMcQuald Visiting aQd sight-seeing. lias begun holding meetings Conn., spent a biu'g last weekend.
Saturday evenings, at 8, at the Mr. and Mrs. R F. Simmons honored hereon
American Legion HaU Cheryl Tomes, 13 year proposed location, SR 16, 4 of O-angs Park. Youthfor Mr. and Mrs. V. White of again after summer vacations.The home In Mrs. J. O. Darin:
winter
emoute to her Starke
Highway of
21 north. old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. m'ies West of Intersection! Hwy. Nixon Chairmen are Mr. Waycross, Os spent a few days president. Mrs. A. J. Ernest Allen last'

FELLOWSHIP CLUB Ernie Tomes of Lake Geneva, 17, was too close to a church. and Mrs. James Hurst of Jack visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Wltherspoon, announced that Dundee.Mr. David Hinnantot with a birthday dinner wife
The Keystone has received two awards basedon Meiklejohn approved Johnson: sov.ville, who both teach I I" Clay Ellis last week. While here. alt had sold her home and and Mrs. became: week. Also:>> present were his
Heights Fellow for Last Saturday; some of Mlddteburg recently and daughter t Peggy Sue. An-
county-wide competition catching
ship! Club's as a successful applicant contingent County schools. they enjoyed would soon be leaving from
regular Martha
business monthly Achievement and Child Develop upon his finding a suitable they 1"d a motorcade through our fish, and a couple of tur Me-lrose. The board of directorswill parents of a baby girl other guest at the Dann home
meeting and
luncheon ment. Cheryl, who Is an 8th Park and Green COVISprings Joyce, who was born September last week was her grandson
; location.: Oiuuge appoint a new president. '
wa.i held Thursday, Oct. 10 tles.I 25 In st Vincent's Hospital: li Lake City
at of ,
and Key that the Wilbur Grover,
grader know
the Masonic Hal!. at Keystone Heights Meiklejohn did not Issue a to Palatka guess you all The next meeting will be held grandparents
Maternal -
President School, was president of the quota license to J L Reynolds stone Heights, terminating In Mayflies did not come In as Wednesday end will be a demonstration Jacksonville. who recently returned from two

that 48 Ethel members Weyman reports KyM.cne 4-H Club, last year. of Reynolds Industrial Pavknpar Starke.Ora.ige. strong as we thought they of arts and crafts In Morris, are Mr. and Mrs.grandparents Howard -. years.!: duty in V.e:1ILn1.:

present for the affair. The were club Mrs. Ernie Tomes and Mrs. Green Cove Spring, but Park Chairmen are' would. Last Saturday when I the Melrose area. Mrs. John are Mr.; paternal and Mrs. Albert KEYSTONE BOOSTERSTO

was\ pleased to accept and welcome Al Quagllano, sponsors of the sari if Mr. Reynolds applied Mv, Fred R Arm :'u tl' and' was writing the news therew Brerman and Mrs. Jane Dris- Hinnant, all of Melrose: SPONSOR SUPPERThe

five new members to local 4-H club, are finalizing for a special! golf course license, Mrs John S. McCain. Green 'rt quite a few of them on coll are In charge of the program of Fran- Keystone Heights Boost-
Nicky Chlapclnl= son
their their plans for a Girl's 4-H it would be issued. Reynoldsplanned Cove Sprints Chairmen ore then house, and naturally I assumed and will show samples of
organization. to Club will Spagh
Rev. promoted! era sponsor a
and cia Chtappinl, was
Club which would be independent to use the quota llceis Mr*. Chauncey Moore and Mrs. they were moving In as work that Is being done.
Mis. Leon Milner were honoredluncheon Army Spec. 4 in Germany etti Supper from 4 to 7 p. m.
guest! of the present club. V you' fo.- a private club at the golf HUtfa: Neth Mr. and Mr. Walter they did last year. 1 guess sinceI Story Hour he Is communications Friday Oct. 18, at the school
where a
Rev. Milner, minister of the arc interested in joining, please CI>Lue. Golf courses qualify for Sttetzel vill chair t the Pen have said something about A Story Hour will be held at specialist In the 62nd Artillery/a/ cafeteria to raise money for

Keystone Heights Community contact either of these ladles. a special license' if they haven ney Farms pieclnct.: them not being here this week, the Melrose Public Library Sat- Battalion. concrete bleachers. $1 for ad-

Church, gave an interesting account HERE 'N THEREMr. :.1. holes and 100 acres ot Any persons wishing to volun- they will be back by the time urday from 10 to 11 a .m. All 6th Bob Ford has returned to ult.75 cents for children.
of his varied experienceas and Mrs. Ed Dwyer spent )land. tees may telephone: the chair.mutt this column: : comes out, just to children: from kindergarten
San Diego. Calif. after a 15 day Game time 7:45.Il. : .
a chaplain with the Armed the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Meiklejohn said he! was In their locale. Checks show me up. I know you are all through third grade are invited. Melrose with hisparents
In
Forces. Lester Resin, of Daytona pleased with the quality of applicants should be made payable! to Clay happy as I am that the Love Moses: Glenda and Carol Cham- leave spent R. V. '-

Following the luncheon and Beach. and it made the decisio County Nixon-Agnew Campaign Buns are gone again! and good blee will be the readers this Mr. and Mrs. .- ,--:. .
Mrs. Frank Ottlnger returned ''Ii ditficult. Fund and sent to Mrs. McQuald. riddance 1 1Melinda week Ford. -- -
MUner's speech President
.
Rev Wtyman called the business home Saturday alter visiting Successful applicants were: Box 718, Orange' Park Youngblood, of Tal- The Story Hour Is sponsoredby home Airs from Ada Ford Bradford has returned County .,: ,,-i. 0e.J

meeting to order. A nominating her son and daughter-in-law- Oreen Cove Springs Motor Inn. Any' i..1; .. ai1' I lc.-c; fce aiu Inhns'ee. spent Sunday through the Melrose Action Commit. ;

committee for next year's officers Mr and Mrs. Leamon Templeof In.;. doing business as Motor dr"lts13 lu:1': to participate OH" Tuesday with the Jack Millers tea and Is an effort to bring Hospital Crouch following has surgery entered theVeteran's ',.m :-. Y--;,

was appointed by the presi Blytheville, Ark. Mrs. Ottln. Ina: Inc., Walnut): St.. Oreen: "Nixonett: ;*" or "Nlxo.iear* then went on\ to South Florida, more recreation to the childrenIn Dean: where he tfi4l4i6f.
Hospital
dent. Committee members include ger particularly enjoyed visits Cove Springs.: Officers: J. fury cojitucv Mr. Mural\ > at, Ji'.u51 : returning Thursday on the way this area. It is held each Commit to the
your way
wll
undergo surgery
Mrs. T. L. Norwood with her 18-month old grandson SI.'Lel' Smlti:!, Pres.; Thomas J. 'U. home. Monday night, all of the month. Because of lack; of attendance Virgle- Rowe spent Monday In Lord.(Psalms 37:5)).
Leamon, Jr, Thomas V. Prej. & Treas.; .Y. 7 YYYY yTFw1 Millers Melinda, Mrs Ruby last month, the program
Mr and Mrs. Dutch Kenniesof ,- Elizabeth W. Thomas. Sec. Dyal, Mrs. Buddy Kelly and may be discontinued.Let's Tallahassee.Miss Gainesvllle We know the many things

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Keystone and Jacksonville, Doien D. Yelton, d-b-a Circle) children, and Mrs. Margie Richardson don't let this happen. Be Carolyn last Tison week of with herparents ',' that require our time and attention -

entertained friends with a din Store, Cor. Orange & North St., INDIAN BEACH all of Gainesville, went sure to send your children Saturday spent Dock We know what we

ner party at their home on Green Cove Springs. to see Jeff play his first football and show that you support Mr, and Mrs would like to see adjusted and

Lake Brooklyn Saturday even West of Green Cove Spil'.iRs! : (Lk .... Fe) game. Jess ,is the first one the< program. Tison. David Hilton harmonized. We know what
and Mrs.
ing. Guests included Mr. and L. L. Johnson d-b-tt The Night By! BBcIuMl B. Chtttyn. In his mother's family, and the School News and Mr.daughter Nancy Suzanne, seems to be out of order. With
Mrs. Everett Fox Mr. and House, SR 16. 4 miles West of 475-S171 th'rd In his father's family to The Melrose Elementary
their home In His working in and
Mir. Jim Darby, and Mr. and I.itr.Tsection; Hwy. 17 i contingent ever play football, so there School has been selected as one have moved to Spirit
&&&... .... &.& Jacksonville They have \been through us to bless all that con-
Jim Zowarka.
Mrs. excited people on
upon zoning were: some of eight schools in the U. S. to
DIRECTORYRABY'S "Miss Norma Valldejull and South of Green Cove Springs: Greetings friends and neighbors hand to watch him perform. participate in a national essay visiting: Mr. and Mrs. R, G, cerns us, we will bring forth

Mss' Linda Lee Anthony were Funk Saldonik d-h-a Frank's how are you all doing And now-here's Leeon. contest for boys and girls in Aivowsmith, M. M. Gano the right answers in order to

home from FSU this weekend, Restaurant.: US Hwy. 17 5 these days? I guess your ole LEEON'S CORNER the 4th grades. and Mr.daughters and Mrs.of St. Augustinewere establish a good and orderlylife

AUTO visiting their families. miles South of Green Cove roillng-reporter Is doing pretty "Ole Rattler" The boys and girls will view of his for all those whose livestonich
Sunday guests
SERVICE Herb Nelson and Sam Gardner Surlr.gs. good, I know he's glad to see Let me tell you 'bout this the TV show "Babar" Wednesday our own

Sr. were in Wilmington. Keystone Hts. area: the weather cooling off a bit. snake. Oct. 23, at 8:30: then write

Complete Auto RepairsAir Dela. last week on business. Margaret M & James. D* If for no other reason, it makes "Ole Rattler" is his name. essays on happiness.
During his stay In Wilmington, Eland, d-b-a Holiday Restaurant them ole Specs start biting better And; when it comes to getting The contest is sponsored by GAlNESVILLEBusiness

Conditioning: Repairs Mr! Nelson enjoyed visiting his Hwy 21. 50 yards North You Indian Beach-itej had :Ms kicks. Random House, publishers of

& Automatic Transmission married daughters, Mary Lou oi city limits Keystone Heights.! better get your tackle ready, Slyness! was his game "Babar" books.

ServicePHONE and Sue, and; their amities. Orange Park: Ann: T. Davis and! it won't be long before you Ole Rattler would hide In the There will be a ParentTeacher -

473-4404 Mr and Mrs. Robert Gibson, d h-a The Studio. Hwy 17, Orange catch a mess of Specs drifting. bushes, kindergarten meeting Thurs-

Little Lake Bedford of Largo, were weekend guests Park. Let me remind you that those Just as still as.. he could be. day night at 7:30: in the kindergarten DirectoryAUTO
of their son-in-law and daugh West of Orange Park: Bell. nasty ole snakes are really Ever so often peeping around. room. It is for all parents -

ter. Mr and Mrs. Bud Beelerof air Liquors, Inc., d-b-a same, moving around now. My father, To see what he could see. of kindergarten children,

BEAUTY SHOP Peach St. The Gibsons were corner Blalrmore Blvd. & SR James walked in as I was work. He spied a poor little rabbit, and: anyone else Interested In SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES

enroute from their summer 21, Bellalr area. Officers:: Sheldon lay on my column Saturday Hoi ping along on its! way. the kindergarten: program at

KEYSTONEBEAUTY home In Deep Creek, Md. A. Morris! Pros.. Robert ana told me he had just killeda Then he socked it to him Melrose Elementary School. BRASINGTONCADlLLACOLDSMOBILE Johnson& Faris, Inc.

Sp. 5 and Mrs. David Sunder M Wilson V. Pres.. Al T. rattler. Friday, my brother, Without a moment's delay Spaghetti Supper Line of

SHOP land, and son Mark arrived In Si.-'tnelder!: : Sec. Treas. Wayne killed one on his way to The poor little rabbit rolled There' will be a Spaghetti Supper SEEDS Complete PLANTS
Keystone on Saturday for a visit South of Orange Park: Cedar Jacksonville, but before he kill- over, at the United Methodist SALES .A SERVICE -

Personal EDITH JOHNSON. Owner with Mr. and Mrs. John Phillip River. Inc.. d-b-a same Lot 17. ed it, the snake struck his Then kicked and squirmed on Church Saturday, Oct. 26. from Fine Selection of Used Cars Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

and Creative Hair StYl- and Mr. and Mrs. Richard: Bill':. 3. Granm Park Acres, pants leg. the ground. 6 to 8 p. m. It is being spon- Taken On Cadillac Trades

Culture ing Every- Tues.-Sat.Form 9-5 of ;Beauty closed Sur.derland. David returned to Oriiiine Park. Fla. We Chlttys had a rather quiet Aiio the poor bunny was dead, soled by Methodist Youth Fellowship 2001 N.W. 13&11'- Ph. 378-5301 "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"372-047S
224 N. W. 8th Ph.
Monday. Ft. Rucker on Sunday wherehe week last week. Thursday night, Then Ole Rattler gobbled him of the Church.

will complete his last two room.MASONIC. Teenle and Roy Crenshaw my down. Price of the dinner will be CRANE !MEN'S WEAR

months of active duty with the LODGE aunt! and uncle) and daughter. After he'd eaten his rabbit, $1.25 tenadults and 75 centsfo LINCOLN-MERCURY

NURSERY Army. Joyce and Mark will remain Worshipful Master, Wm. R. Joan, and Roy's brother, Clayton And his belly was filled so well. :' students. The public Is In- Authorized Sales &. Service STAG 'N DRAG

In Keystone during this WIlson announces that at the all of Gainesville, had a Ho began to brag on himself, Vlted. 2201 N.:Main- Ph. 372-4373
D.C. Carnes NurseryHwy. period. October 22 Lodge meeting. District good; fish super with us. Friday, "There is no other snake so Church NewsWomen S Stanley Blacker Coals

Miss Linda Lee Anthony, Deputy Grand Master, 11th Mother. Grandmother Cope- swell. of the Presbyterian Crane ImportsVolvo Arrow Dress Shirts

Nursery. 100 Stock, Florahome.;.. 659-2165 daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Bud Masonic District of Florida, land, and I went to Gainesville Then In a little while, it happened churches of District S will meet Puritan Sweaters
Thousands
of
of Interlaohen -
Smith
Anthony, and Mrs. Walt Thomas Franklin C, to take Mrs. Ida Whitehead Thursday! Oct.: 17. at Faith MG Austin Heater', Peters Jackets
Plants & Fruit Trees to choose formerly of Keystone and: will. make his official visit. As he planning his next Presbyterian Ladles Sportswear
from Shade back to the Clinic, and visited was Church, it was an- 008 E. University, Gainesville
Trees Evergreens & now residing in Gainesville, returned PERSONALS Uncle James Sullivan. Sunday, meal to choose, nounced by Mrs. James R. Phone 372-4251 1 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY
Landscape Plants in containers. from week's visit with Sympathy Is extended to the farmer'saxe and GAINESVILLE MALL
a the
my family along with Jean Silent and swiftly Neale district cheJrman.Realsl'tatlon .
CAMELLIAS & AZALEASLet Mrs. Thomas' son, Johnny, !in family of Leon Austin, whose is dropped, BEAUTY ACADEMY
Ball of Pittsburgh Pa. (who is at 9 a.m. and
Us Do Your Landscaping Hu-.vaii. Johnny, who Is a Marino uutmely: death occurred onSaturday visiting her mother, Mrs. Cora Now Ole Rattler Is a pair of the program begins at 9:30.: MOBILE HOMES
Oct. 12. as he wasrett.miog
stationed In Vietnam was POWELL'S
Boss in Gainesville) went to ehoes.MELROSE.
The program Includes a studyof
from work in Gaines MUSTANG
R&R (rest and recuperation -
USED CARS on >. ville. Mr Austin was the grandjsou visit my aunt and uncle, Clara y YYY Y YY.Y Y the Gospel of Luke given by Beauty AcademyLearn
of the late Leon Wagner and James Sullivan, In Willis- MI:'. C. D. Weaver. Workshop: Mobile Homes, Inc.
for
We have his address you
ton. Uncle James Is just home
Hanks Used Cars to add to your list of correspondences of Lake Geneva. from J. Hlllis Miller Medical groups will make a special'stl'dy a Profession In Your Gainesville's Discount Mobile
held a meetingof of the Women's Workbook Full 'Part !Time Lot.
: Cpl. John M. Moon Roy Bridges Spare Time. or Home Sales
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Center since Friday. will bp led officers of
and by
1st Bn.. 26th Marines. 1st. Dlv., all his salesmen from nine 219 NJW 10th 378-2768 NEW MOON CAPELLAAs
Pete and Joyce Barton wel'ef.shlna
TERMSBUY By Joyce Bow the Suwannee Presbytery! Women -
states at his summer home at $100 Down
Co. C, 3rd Pit FPO San Fran- the Oklawaha River Low as
SELL TRADERT. :Iseo. 96602. We are sure that LAkE Toxaway, N. C. He then the on weekend. ... ..& ..& N4AA4 of the Church. Every woman ELECTRIC MOTORS 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1348
with Us marl'leddaughter's over: Is urged to bring a workbook """
he would appreciate our readers spent a visit
1. BOX 90 Hilton of Jacksonville
English ,
family, the Hill Duplicate Bridge and a Bible. I PAINT and GLASSLIDDELL
Hwy. 100, 8 Miles S. Starke dropping him a line. was staying at his lake home ELECTRIC
Fellowship
The Christian
Mel-
Brannons of Birmingham Ala., Winners last week at the
Mrs. Herb Nelson was operated
all last week, and was joinedby Class will meet in the Educational -
Club PAINT
belore returning to Lake Geneva roae Duplicate Bridge Motor Co.
on at the Alachua General Repair
CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST his wife, Romania for the and Building Thursday at
Hospital on Monday of this' last week. were: Mrs. Roland Bryan
week. We certainly hope that Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker Weekend. Mrs. Hilton also Mrs.>> J. P. Voss. 1st place; Mrs. 7:30: p. m Mrs. Ernest Crawford Of Gainesville. Inc. & GLASS CO.
THAT ALL YOUR from visit brought their grandson to stay Cook and Miss Iva Hlll- will be In charge of the Mirrors Sliding door-
she is feeling better !soon! returned last week a Mary Repairing RewindingNew Glass -
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE In Osage Kan. He was called with them yer, 2nd place; Mrs. W. J. Devotional. Mrs. Ralph Griffin and Used Tub Enclosures Shower Doors

THE BEST FROMEdward's there on the occasion of serious Mrs. M. T. Jones of Ormond Grolick and Mrs. F, T. Rogue and Mrs. Grace Green will be 2816 N. W. JS&b Ph. 372-8318 Furniture Tops Windows
Mr. and Mrs
Beach Is visiting
illness of his mother, Mrs. Milton 3rd place; Mrs. Gay Livingstonand tho hostesses.The Windows Awning
Building NEWS NOTES Tucker, who Js progressing Tom Norwood for a few days Mrs. Ray Starnes. 4th Sunday School classes at and INDUSTRIAL IIS N. W. 16th 372-8191
Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews the United Methodist Churchare FARM

Supply, Inc. ( nicely.: were visiting: Pap and place.Cub Seoul planning a Halloween partyto EQUIPMENT SEWING MACHINESNational
From
Preceeding Page] Rf.ba Norsworthy last Sunday. The monthly meeting for the be held Sunday, Oct. 27, in

728 S. Main 3724844GAINESVILLE. FLA. waist MEETING 29 Inches.DATES Mrj. Hoydlck of Jacksonville, Cub Scout Pack 109 will be held the educational building .will Santa Fe Tractor Sewing
My Neighbors sister-in-law, Mrs.
and her
members of the Sunday Schoolare
at the Epis-
Tuesday, Oct. 29.
Every Wednesday from 10 till FORD Co. Inc.
Constance Huttner of Erie, Pa., Invited to attend. Machine
,
at 7:30
2 Bazaar copal Parish!! House : p.
Workshop in Educational
with: Reba.
WATCH REPAIRS spent Tuesday night will be Junior Woman'* Club Home Nelco
Building it's fun it's m. Theme of the month Farm Tractors & Implements PUff New -
:
Her' son and daughter-in-law, "Ghosts and Goblins." The The Melrose Junior Woman's MACHINERY Used and Repossessed
doing for others it's USED
; everyone Henry and Connie Norsworthy, skits Cluo will hold It's regular meeting AU Makes
Crawford meeting will feature PART SERVICE Sales Repairs
Anthony helping everyone in church of SALES -
and Tom'and Helen Hagen ,
Monday Oct 21 at 8 m.
p. 378-1355
and Bobcat Ceremony. W University -
a 376-2548 611
'
woik for the' December 4 Ba- weekend songs 4488 N.-W. 6th -
Jacksonville the
spent
Watch The will be at Ford'sold
Repair All boys from 8 to 10 yearsof meetly ,
ZAIU's and luncheon. Com, bring spent the week
with her. Pap
store.Homemaker .
or'who entered the third grocery
Service 'lust a sandwich ideas, more end In Atlanta. Oa., attending a age Invited to Club
old stockings and enjoy a part b{{l Ml{ grade this year are
medical! meeting
AH Makes and Models of I a day in church work Mrs E. B. Watkins has re- come, with their parents, and The Melrose HomemakersDriveIn FLORIDA THEATRE

Church Women Circles meetIng turned to'her home after visiting .
PHONE 473-4219
!! Monday Oct. 21. The
In
and relatives
friends
Keystone HeJctte, Fla. 'Kghtingales: will meet with Augusta,: and Buyton, Ga., and Showtime--Weekday* 700 Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1:00:

Hlway 100. 2Yi Miles East of Mrs Walter Muhlhofer at 7:45: Br.th, S. C.. for the past two
SUN. WON -TUES. OCT. 20 21 22
Keystone Heights ;;)i. m. Prayer Meeting every months.Mr. 301 ,

Watch for Sign la Front of 'Vtdnesday evening at 7:30: inn.ctuary and Mrs. X. M. Smith DOUBLE FEATURE '

House ::; Sunday School and family of Starke spent last; LEAVE THE CHILDREN HOME!

Sunday with his mother, Mrs. (dk

H. T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN r

See The World SZtftjeitfA HONDA Wolfe. Wednesday, Mrs. Smith ADMISSION: Adults 75c Students 60e ,
/ SAlfS and Mrs. Wolfe were visitingMr
Of Wheels At and Mrs. Robertson in Children Under 12 Free

ala WEST UNIVERSITY
AVE Bunnell.
GAINESVILLE FLA
I hate to keep talking about 3 of Elvis' Hits

co-ci.cvcr.cr: : NINE NEW GO-GO MODELS those nasty snakes, but here's Big

news about another one. Friday

((9 TOTALLY-NEW ADDITIONS TO CYCLEDOMS ALREADY MOST> COMPLETE LINE-Z3: MODELS) one Mr. crossing Klmbrough the spotted road near a big his FRI SAT. SUN. OCT. 19, 20, 21

.> NEW COLORS _NEW COMPETITION STYLING home, but didn't have anything- 9MM r.mAMERIGNINTERNATiONAIKifuf.
_DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAM ENGINE to kill it with. He started yellIng ., it'3 ,fI1I.:
to bring a gun
for someone
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_I I PAGE SIXTEEN_ _ _ THE BRADFORD
___.__ _.m_ __ u_..__. ....... _ COUN1Y TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. ocr 17, IKS
ryy1vwvvyyyym..V KsonVIIIU OUClll ouiiuo. mv.iMi part in a county-wiae plan, iurrlro
and Mrs. W. F. Moore and protection. The Florida ---..: IaI .
II .. T .._
I -,
LAWTEYBy Micky. Other visitors were Mrs. Forest Service has offered to 1

Will. Edwards of Starke and help the city secure more mod-
M's.! C. Y. Mayo of Tampa ern and efficient fire-fighting
Enza Bluchard Sunday: to Wednesday. equipment. Training and organIzing I I II II

Lonnie Prescott, Mrs. Hattie personnel In fire departments Let's AU Go To The
Darley Miss Slnnla Prescott In each section of the

Homecoming at Grace Meth- Mrs. H. W. Bennett and county would be more uniform.
Mi's. John Bennett attended the In the
cooperate
IT all groups
od. t Churc'.i: Sunday. Oct. 20.
Associational meeting and din T. J.
county-wide plan. Mayor
All visitors cordially welcome.
ner at Long Branch Baptist Alderman and Fire Chief Wil-
Ldwtey Elementary PTA met
Church Sunday. from Hampton attended
lard Thomas
at the school cafetorlum on Mr and Mrs. D, E, Nolan an earlier meeting In I
Tuesday evening: Oct. 8, with
and l children of Jacksonvillewere Starke of the Bradford CountyFire
a large attendance. Mrs. CarlO'ltriS

session presided and over Charles the business Starling !;. .Mr.visiting and Mrs.Mrs. Nolan's T. V. Duck parent Pete: Prevention Knight, who Committee has been I FOOTBALL GAME i

last Saturday. Miss Madron collecting trash to be hauled!! to
gave the devotional.( The
Duck spent Saturday night with tho city dump for several iI
special business was finishing:
the Nolans. resigned last week
months:
plans for the Halloween carnlil
Visiting Mr and Mrs. B. E. due! to going to sea with the I
\ to be held Saturday. Oct. :2B.
.. Reddish recently were Mrs. Ray Navy, and the council approved
Following this
everyone e' Joya :\
Dorman of Gainesville on Willard Thomas for the job.
,
a bountitu) covered dish din- Thursday, Mr and Mrs. Roy trash will\ be collected
ue: and) later Mrs H. U, Hamiltor. The
-
Tornadoes
Reddish of Webster Saturday every Friday afternoon and residents ,I Bolles I
conducted a tour: of individual -
V5.
class roams: over night, and Mr. and Mrs.J. are reminded that this:
CHURCH ACTIVITIES 0. Pons and son Joey arc does not include paper or food 0 I'
spending a few days with her garbage. Trash receptacles are
Grace United Methodist-Sun- t
parents.! to be put out so that Mr. Thomas -
day School 9:45 '
: a. m. Worship '
Mrs. 0. oJ, Phillips: spent Sunday can locate and empty them
11 a m. and 7:30 p m.. MYP
with her son: and daiiK'iterInIuw \ : -
Wednesday. at 8, Bible Study 8 ; \ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie asJy.New officials sworn In for the Friday October 18
p. m.Furst 1968
Phillips!! and sons In Jackson- coming year were Ernest t
Baptist!; Sunday
ville. Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath -
Green mayor: ,
School 9:45 .
: R m. Warship 11
I to Mr and, Parker, ,
We are happy see clerk; R. H. I
1\ m and 730 Training
p. m.
Mi& Spurgeon Massey living marshal; Roy P. Glover, D. E.
Uron; 6:30 I
: p. m. Midweek services
In their pretty new home. Hill! and Edward Saxon, councilmen I
Wednesday 7:30: p m.Church
i Mr and Mrs. Maricle of Mr. Hill was reetectedpre.tldt'nt

t' School 10 u of, m.God., Worship- Sunday 11 Gainesville\ were visiting his of the council for the 1 BRADFORD HIGH
a. SCHOOL

m Highland, and: 7:30 7:30:: p p.Baptist, m.m. YPE Church Wednesday _. Padgett patents. on Mr Sunday.HAMPTON and Mrs.. Earl coming committees Electric year were lights and named,the waterworksand following: STADIUM BOO P.M. j jI jI


fire protection: Pat Glover -
I; SIl.:day School 9:45: a. m.. Wor-
I It sh p 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Choir tation., Don Pat Hill Glover and Ed, Tracey Saxon sani Jon t j" t tt
practice 7 p.m. Prayer services
.
es and R. J. Williams; streets.1I1c'twalks
l Wednesday 0 p m. By Mrs. D E. Hill and buildings, Don
:
!
,Friends of Mrs. Paul Mary( > Rh Ed Saxon and R. J. Williams .... .
L Dinkins who has spent several t -: ',' k I
rules laws and ordinances -
l weeks in Bradford .County HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL ; 10,. ." ".'
Pat Glover Tracey Jones .
Hospital, is able to be out and Costuming judging. 17 booths: and Ed Saxon; finance and : ff5 i. Va
she and Mr. Oinkins are spending and short-order suppers will be taMvtton. Don Hill Tracey Jon- ; (t1'
t
t tt
lii-law some time with their s:>n- featured at the annual PTAHallowe'en es and R. J, Williams.The ,
and daughter: Mr. and Carnival at the new council discussed
'Mi Horace J. Cox, at their new II
Hampton
Elementary School
future projects and how to improve -
home on Little Santa Fe Lake. Saturday Oct. 26, beginning at5p'm. *existing services and I --- ,.
,Mrs. Oinkins! expresses great ,
appreciation various means of increasing w qtr., B
for all prayers. Tills Saturday Oct. 19. there suggested. R
S llcv.ers. cards and visits duringher will be a work-day at the city revenue were submitted to the I
Plans were
: stay in the hospital. school including some movingof for further I
committee w
various
"1: The,by skating Mis iTik Eugene: recently Starling opened up.shrubbery Parents and and general residents clean are study, and no official action I

was: taken at last week's meet-
f Is__ _a. great_._____source u__ Ln of OL enjoyment_ asked to come amd bring gar- In;%
ac.u rccreuuun 101' 'De young de!. and or clean' up tools. t
people, as well as adults. The costume judging Is scheduled BIRTHDAYSMrs. 4I t

Thursday Is women's night.It for 5:30:: p, m. at the car W. M. Slade celebratedher
was Mr. and Mrs. AliJel.tNorman's nival with five categories
: eightieth birthday Sunday
ton: that was injured ugliest:; cutest most original. t
Oct. 13. and several! of her children t
when his horse threw him last prettiest, and scariest. Prizes arranged a family dinnerat
week However we are pleasedto ,
fOi the costumes! are on display her home near Hampton for '
note that he Is getting along cf: the school, and are larger the occasion. Present were Mr. r a r '1ts. / r

fine. pr:2c: than hare been previously and Mrs. Lester Slade. Mr. and I t
Mrs. George: Roberts. Mrs.
offered. Prizes for the var- Mr;. Donald Slade and children.
Ernest Wells! and Mi s Enza iou booths: have also been!
Mr. and Mrs. V. J, Slade, iI
BU.r.chard were visiting M,'. chcsen more for their value and
MI, and Mrs. Avory Slade and
and! Mrs Orvllle\ Bumgarner In
dbslreability than before. children of Maxvllle Mr. and t t
Grove( Springs Sunday after
Hot
dogs hamburgers, chili. M.-s. Truby Slade, John Ward
noon. pies and cakes coffee and cold Mrs. Jessie May Willis and the GENE MELVIN-Fallback
Visiting; Miss Elizabeth Tel.t'Y'wtre drinks will be sold, rather than guest of honor. BHS COACHES j
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Glr- t
suppers as such. The 17 booths Terry Hayes son of Mr. and I
arc!, Ga., Miss Mary Julia sponsored! by the various rooms Mrs. Foster Hayes, was guestof BACK ROW: iooigc; Loprr-Chuck \Iunn-\Jlke: : Sexton ,
Futch of Tallahassee, and Mr. and parents will be located outside FRONT ROW: Jack "d''III-D..I.
honor for a surprise birthday llurse-Dfwey
and Mrs. Terry Futch and son and the public address McKlnncyI
party' Monday afternoon. Sept.
of Ashville, N, C. They were f t tf
system still at the old school 30, at the Hayes home. Twenty.two .
here to attend the funeral of
will! be moved to the new school were present for his eleventh -
Silas J Futch In Jacksonville location: for the carnival.
birthday celebration.
!
on\ic: Saturday her cousin.A Saturday Winston visitor Shelton Co-chairmen for the event Happy birthday this week f BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY :t
of are Mrs. Janice Hall and Mrs.Chaster too to Mrs. J. B. For ytti and FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Jacksonville.: Miss Terry Searle.
her granddaughter Beverly,
spent from Monday to Wednesday City Council daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Le_ September 20 BHS 26, Macclenny 0 November 1 Perry .
with her sister. Mrs. C. E. E?ell Fire Protection Away
t
ton Forsyth.R.
Strickland. In Gainesville.Mr \ County fire prevention, city C. GRAY HERE SUNDAYRev. September 27 Open November 8 Fernandina Home ,

and Mrs. p. W. Moore of trash hauling, swearing in new R. C. Cray pastor of October 4 BHS 36. St. Augustine 0
city officials, and completinglast (Homecoming)
Trinity Baptist Church in Jacksonville
GLASSfOR year's business made for a. will be guest speakerat t October 11 BHS 16, Live Oak 12 November 15 Lake City Away t
loii Hampton City Council Hampton Baptist Church October

EVERY PURPOSEMirrors meeting Tuesday night, Oct. 8. Sunday, Oct. 20, at the regular 18 Bolles Home November 22 Orange Park Home
Regular meeting date of the evening worship service at 7:30.: October 25 Palatka
COUllC1! was changed to the second Rev.Gray Is a former pastorof t Away November 29 Bishop Kenny Away f
Monday of ,
each month at the Hampton: : Church,* from
FOR EVERY PURPOSE 7:30: p m. because of conflicting 19454. and has been at Trinity
obligations of various council Church In Jacksonville since This Space
Sponsored The
By
SHEA'SGLASS members.! This would make the then. A fellowship and refreshment I Following Tornado Boosters-- t
,.
ne) meeting set for Monday hour is planned followingthe
evening Nov. 11, at 7:30: p, m. service. JOIN
co.1724nS A committee from the county Charles Hlnson. who Is at- THE CROWD I ENJOY DELICIOUS T MALLARD'S
BE A 5 & 10
172-4351 fire prevention group met with tending Luther Rice Seminaryin t TORNADO BOOSTER Kentucky Fried t
1111 .N.W. 4th PlecaGsimrvllle thi. Hampton council to discuss Jacksonville preparing forth SEE YOU AT THE GAMEWoodbum's Chicken Your Friendly Store
needs personnel and regulations ministry After The Game We'll Be
;? was guest speak- Open
concerning Hampton's Gem Jewelry See Us First for Values
eri last Sunday evening at 301 NORTH
__ t t
nuininun Dainisi \IIUIAII.' 113 E. Call St StarkeLet's
When You Use An Andrew Charge PERSONALS::

Account Visiting here Sunday with, All Support the Team Compliments
Milt Alma Dyal were Mrs. j SEE THE, ALL NEW
Your Prescription Tax Recordsare Marie Rafus.,of Jacksonville, I STARKE BUILDERS COMMUNITY STATE BANK 1969 t
DODGE NOW AT
Kept For You By Us and Mrs. Emma Page of Law-
ley. SUPPLY Member F. D. I. C. J. E. HARDY
Andrews AUTO SALES
DrugsFor Randy Hayes son of Mr. and
t
Mrs Foster Hayes, who was 1320 N. Temple t
Fast Delivery Dial 861-7170& taken to Bradford County Hospital EAT 'EM' UP TORNADOESGood Luck!

Wednesday of last week,
noted to be able to return t Then Our Food! HURST'S SHELL Best of Luck BIG RED!

home Monday. TUCK'STry DRIVE-IN SERVICE STATION I
Bnford Parker son of Mrs.
BEER-toast to America's economyThe Ernest Green of Hampton received The Meeting Place Before and CARL HURST JACKSON BUILDING

his army discharge and I After the Game U. S. 301 & S. R. 100 Starke. Fla. t
brewing industry is a massive and dynamic part of returned home last week. He SUPPLY

the national and Mrs. Parker are now livingin
Each
economy. year it pours billions of

dollars into commerce and government. from Gainesville his last assignment since moving In t Good man'. Service Station Be a Booster for the Tornadoes "YES YES GOOD LUCK TO BHS"NOEGEL'S !

$1.4 billion in state and federal excise Texas.' SHUFORD'S STANDARD
taxes.
Howard M. Hill visited herewith Seeber Goodman, Owner AUTO SALES
$3 billion to employees, suppliers and distributors. hIs son and daughter-in- SERVICE STATION

$875 million in agricultural products and packaging law, Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Hill t Gulf Products, Goodyear Tires
materials. from Wednesday to Friday, He Phone 964-7971 Walnut at 301 S. Compliments

waenroute from Holly Mich. Batteries U-Hatil Trucks and Trailers I

The brewing industry is a proud contributor to America's to Orlando to spend the winter 105 E. MADISON STREET

prosperity. months. I BEST WISHES Faulkner's Gulf & U-Haul
Mrs. Bill Hall of Gainesville
and her daught r-1n.law. Mrs. A. J. THOMAS JOll Temple Ave. Ph. 961.5899LET'S & :)!)
Realtor
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. tJ\: Bruce Hall and children of GO TORNADOES STAUKE. FLORIDA

P,O. BOX 273. WINTER PARK FLORIDA 32789 \ Jt Ocala were Sunday visitors t GIB BROWN t
here with Mrs. Hall's brother- We're
t In-taw and sister Mr. and Mrs SERVICE STATION Proud of Our Coaches and Team

V. J. Slade.Stanley BILL EDWARDS
t
Thomas was discharged
from Riverside Has- STARKE 66 SERVICE
pi'al in Jacksonville Mondayof It's Kick Off Time

last week after undergoing j DENMARK We're Behind You 100% Get Your

V surgery earlier. He stayed with FURNITURE "GO FIGHTING TORNADOES" t
his son in Jacksonville until COMPANY Class RIng Now at

Thursday before returning to ANDREWS DRUGS
Hampton. t WILLIAMS JEWELRY

Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Brown Compliments "Your Reliable Dependable Jeweler" ,
and daulI'htMonica attended
x "Ham Fest" In Tampa Sun- FARMER'S GO BIG RED

day, a get-together for ham f SUPPLY Your Fashion Leader

ratio operators. While, there A. R. JOHNSON EAGLES INC. t
they also visited Fairyland ,


paik.Mrs. W. C. Collins is spending t BOOST YOUR TEAM
this week! in Fort Lauder- LATEST 45's LP's THE GO TORNADOES GO I

dale with her sister JoAnn Ge- -FirestoneA&ASUPPLY- TAPES Best of Luck for the Season

hron, who recently underwent 130 N. COURT EDWARD'S GROCERY
i an operation. t
INC.STREET
Mrs. M. L. Watterson and See You at the Game STAND Phone 964-5312 S. SOII
__ Mrs Dot Falling drove to Jack I

treatment sonville Monday for medical I


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