Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03860
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Carl Hurst and

Jail TermOne Councilman Jimmy McRae I

Tuesday's won decisive city i victories election in I 1V! t

while Starke voters sent
of the four persons involved in the robbery of four This sidewalk In front of the police station was lined with
out to
the Keystone State Bank has received a 10-year prison the city politicians Tuesday and voters like the two above, were 1
pound pavement
sentence and two others were scheduled .to go on trial in some to for tome hand baking before they got to their ballots in
Wednesday; in Jacksonville. L more preparation for a the fire station. Candidates, left to right, are Mayor Carl Hurst
j; run-off Sept. 23. Kenneth Fuqua, and Jimmy Bowen. '

Sentenced to 10 years Mon- 2 Can 2 Can't Up for the run-off are Kenneth .
day was John David Troglen, : As Fuqua and Bill Roster )In
32 who pled guilty to possess!! Identify ManningIn the race for chief of police.
taken in the April 3
ing money That race was counted first
bank holdup. Although his last Bank Robbery; Tuesday night because of-

address was in California, he ficials apparently considered It

had been "In and out" of The score was tied 2.2 when the most. interesting. :A crowd
Starke In recent years. < U. S. District Judge Wm. A. of about 150 persons crowded: In
of H. E. (Gene) Man-
Trial Court at station
McRae, Jr. adjourned front of the fire as
ning and Arlene Masters Man- In tha case ; counted thendwiniled
5 p. m. Wednesday those votes were :
ning, former Starke resident, of Harold Eugene Manning 34, :! away slowly.
was set for Wedesday. The Man- and hU wife, Arlene 23, two of ... Councilman Gerald ,Williams
nings are charged with bank the four Starke residents accus- who ran second, and newcomer
robbery and will be tried In U. ed of robbing the Keystone This was the scene Tuesday after a Tallahassee Into an Atlantic Coast Lines train at the Jimmy Bowen are elated for a.

S. District Court. State Bank last April 3. woman In the car above slammed crossing' on SR-100 2 miles' south of Stark run-off race for the Group 4
The fourth defendant, Lester
called by
Four witnesses ware! council seat.
Wayne the prosecution Wednesday af 1,728 voted, most In any re.
erly of Starke, was due to be of them, Mrs. Jo
ternoon. Two Officials cent city election.
tried with the Mannings but Reed, caller: and Mrs. Marian Car Slams Mayor Hurst garnered 960
U. S. District Judge William A.
McRae. Jr. indicated he would Poole. a secretary-teller, pos- votes to beat challenger Nolan r
itively identified Manning as Wocsburn:: by 239 votes. Hurst
continue the C81Se.Ruls' the "tall man" In a white cow To MeetIn '
court-appointed attor- got the iblggest vote of any
boy hat who stood at the door candidate with opposition. He I IW
ney cited a possible conflict In with a pistol while the "short will begin his second full, term. w
that he also represented Tro- man with! long blonde hair"went Into Train rf
glen. Judge McRae appointed from teller to teller UnionMost Close behind was Councilman

another attorney. collecting money in a blue and Jimmy (Potlicksr! )) McRae who ,

Of the four defendants, Tro- white striped shopping bag. Crltcally 111 In the intensive Etheridge, investigating! : ofllc r. won another term In his Group
glen the first to be arrest- elected officials -
was county
Two other witnesses Cecil H. 2 post with 933 votes. He beat
Into care ward of the University of One witness who heard the .
took him
ed. FBI will attend
agents vice president, and Mrs. have indicated they down challenge by Mrs. El-
Harper, a
Florida Medical Center 13 a crash was Frank Goolsby who '
custody two days after the robbery the meeting tonight (Thursday)
Betty Slkes teller, said verla DsVos by 227 votes. She
Tallahassee rives ,
woman whose car on the Starke side of the -
at the home of his -
In Union County called to fight -
could not positively identify had 7C6 ballots to her credit.
mother-in-law In Salisbury, N. crashed Into an Atlantic Coast tracks, opposite from where the bill
the county consolidation
C. Agents said he had slightly Manning.The Lines train Tuesday night at accident occurred. been In the Biggest surprise in the voting Counting the votes was serious business Tuesday as candidate .
which has pre-flled
to -
more than $7,000 'in! his possession trial was scheduled resume the crossing on SR-100 south of Goolsby, In his yard, heard was Bowen's 700 'votes to give eyed each pile of ballots to see which pile was growingthe
at 9:30: a. m, Thursday. Starke. the crash. When he at him the laai: In the Group 4
some of It In Identifiable arrived Filed ''by Rep. John Crider of fastest. The two candidate for mayor Carl Hurst, left,
money taken from the Keystone the scene, Goolsby said, the Duval County, the bill calls for council race. .Incumbent Ger- and Nolan Woodburn, are shown. above AS they watched the
The 1967 Dodge Dart crashedinto car was beginning to catch ald Williams with 514 votes was
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bank. the consolidation. of 42 Florida counting :
the! ninth of 19 cars )in the fire and trainmen had already 186 back. The third candidate
He Followed counties In the state from 67 to
arrestedIn train about 9 p.m. Mrs. Arbo- pulled the woman from the car Mrs. Maurice White, a school
The Mannings were
Portland Ore., April 30, and DirectionsA gast was the only person Invol- and laid her at the side of the 53.If Crider's bill should pass as teacher, had 455 votes.. She Isthoui'ht
ved. f h3 was termed in criticalat road. r to be the first Negro
have been In. the Duval County he filed It, tha following groups
9:30: a.m. Wednesday.: Goolsby borrowed a shovel ever to run Inj) a city election.
bond each. clasflc wa given
under $50,000 : answer
Jail of counties would be merged,
These three defendants were by Cecil II. Harper while testifying According to witnesses at the from Bill Soto, who lives at the with each group forming one Deputy Sheriff. Kenneth Fuqua Something Special

Indicted by federal grand Juryin in the bank robbery scene the signal lights were crossing: and threw dirt on the new county: Bradford, Union a former assistant city
Jacksonville on April 9. trial Wednesday afternoon !blinking. There ware no skid car to extinguish the blaze and Baker and Columbia; Clay, Putnam police c brat1! : led the chief's race
When were arraigned in Replying to a question on marks at the scene, accordingto told loto to call an ambulance. with 770 votes. Former! Chief
they St. Johns, and Flagler.
Federal Court they entered cross examination.! Harper the Florida Highway Patrol."I Mrs. Arbogast was taken to Duval and Nassau; Walton, Bill Rosser with 624 votes 'was About An ElectionThere
pleu of not guilty. said that one of the robbers don't think! she even: sawIt. the Bradford County Hospitaland Holmes and Washington; Cal- second 146 votes back.
Russ was arrested by state "told us to stand still" She did not apply brakes or transferred Immediately: to Incumbent Chief Bobby Biggs
Corning, Ark., "What did anything," said Trooper F. K. the medical center (Continued on !Page Four) (Continued on Page Four) is something special about an election day

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(Continued on Pace Four) Answer: "I stood still." -I I City I Power 'Hot' 1gives 1I 1 fopic F ;; 'W.1'W.1The ballot take Starke's So and SeP history.thus. 9 1969 chart Clerks, was the at destined the direction polls to be were a government a special predicting day will at in

69-70 County Budget 3 p.m. it would be an extra special day In Starke be-

I cause it out.looked as if a record number of voters w returning

(Editor's Note: This Is the ged from $15.25 in Kodiak, these variations: Nantucket average Florida bill for that
The clerks said they usually have some quiet periods
Gets Final first In a series of articles comparing Alaska, to $11 In Perry, Okla. Mass., $15,63 to New amount of electricty was $7.40. during an election. day; periods when there are no voters.
ApprovalAlmost Starke's electric rates The lowest 10 bills ranged from York City; $10,02; lowest bills A Starke resident purchasing This was not the case on Sept. 9, 1969.
with other areas and cities plus $3 In three Oregon cities to went from Springfield, Oreg., electricity from the city; would
other factors which enter into $3.55 in Tacoma, Wash.A $3, to Portland and 17 other pay $9.88 for 250 KWII. Voters were linod up waiting to vote when the polls
no fanfare accompanied mission's work Monday and take the total utility and tax lruc- table showing the ten high- Oregon cities, $5.35. Once we get about 250 KWH. opened at 7 a.m. and the clerks said there had been no
the quiet final approval time which could be spent on ture of similar towns. Our in- est and lowest bills for 250 Average bill In the United and 1,000 KWH, we find that quiet periods. Voters came in a steady stream all day.
Monday"of the county's; 1969- important pressing matters. Florida and 13 other states are
for owned utilities
tent Is to compare, leaving privately States for 250 KWH was $7.38. the number of voters? Well
70 budget totaling $740,662 at But Crosby said nothing fur- higher than the United States Why record some suggest.
what was supposed to be a pub- ther. any conclusions to be drawn to ed rhe race for chief of police was creating: a lot of In-
lic hearing. Hamilton moved the budget the reader.) average. terest. The three candidates had all wont, at one time or
Since electric bills do dependon
Fire another, the uniform of a Starke policeman.
Only citizen present was Ar- .(Continued on Page Four) By Linda Staab Equipment geography (those served by
dell Crosby, and he didn't exactly If you like to argue or to finda the Tennessee Valley Authorityare Others suggested that. he candidacy of Mrs. Maurice
protest the new spendingbill common topic for complaint, among the lowest in the White, believed to be the first! Negro to enter city politics,

which increases taxes 1.- C of C Opposes cost of electricity In Starke's Funds DonatedFor nation), perhaps it would be bet was generating Interest.

629 mills. city owed system is a pretty; ter to compare Starke's electric And, of course, the sun was! shining most of the
good subject to Introduce Intoa rates with other electric rates day. Apparently voters don't much like to get cold or get
Anybody here to protestthe conversation.Few within the state.Comparison their feet wet.Another .
budget" chairman Dave Closing Starke{ will deny that Starke electric VolunteersRather of rate schedulesfor
Shuford cndered a few minutesfor rates' are 'hillh. The Florida communites of 2,500 distinguishing factor about Sept. 9, 1969, 1
the hearing is in given in a was the quiet: "No body'a saying much.. "It's a. real
question high comparisonto or more as
"Has it ever done any good to Freight AgencyOpposition what. than take neededfund.s faculty in the past and will L plet published by the Federal quiet election.] "n's real quiet; Except for the busy
if?" asked the Power Commission shows that clerks quiet: seemed to be the by-word for the day.A .
protest Crosby Let's look at electric rates from the budget of the have again. Stressing! that his i
quiet room. across the nation. "Typical Chamber of Commerce, local statements: were In no way to, Starke has the second highest rumor of a write-in canJldate for city clerk rippledthe
"It's up to you. If you want Electric Bills" for 1968 pub- business have raised $1,000 to !be construed aj negative to the rates in the state. surface of the silence but it was a quiet rumor that.
to protest it, hit the floor," to Central Truck lished by the Federal Power purchase equipment for the new fire department, Sawyer: These rate schedules show the only) a few had heard. r
the chairman said commissioner Line's move to close its Starke Commission shows wide variations newly organized Bradford Coun- said he would be willing to help i minimum bill, the number of

would simply Zedra Hamilton delay the said Com-It agency has operated appeared by in Billy a resolu-Jackson try to from the next.A one.part of the coun- ty Volunteer move Thursday Fire Department.The Sept. 4,. raise the mcnev 1000.from businessesfor i mum KWH purchased charge, for and that then mini-the 1:1:::j::::1:1:1::: 1:::1:1:1::::j:::1:1:1jj:::: ::11tj1; ;;;:;;1j11:11m;;;:;: ;::1;:j:1:1:::::1j:1:1:1:1:1:1::::::: 1:1:1:::::1:1:11:1:1::;:: 1 1:1: 11; 1:1: 1:: 1:j1:1:: 1 1:!

=:::;:::::::::::::: :;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: tion passed by the Board of table showing the 10 hIgh- assures the volunteers of $4,500 When the matter first came charge for 100 KWH, 250 KWH,
r 1i Governors of the Bradford est and lowest bills for 250 of county funds with which to up at a Commission meeting 500 KWH, 750 KWH, and 1,315 Receive Commodity FoodIn
Chamber of Commerce. KWH Odlowatt hours) a month KWH.
1 SHETLAND 1! purchase Initial equipment. The Commissioner Ralph Bryan
; :
: | Application has been made for publicly- owned utilities Mt. Dora citizens pay the
Bradford Development Authority pointed out, he suggested cut
i1 to the Florida Public Utilities (such as Starke hasgives) these also agreed to contribute ting it frcm the Chamber budget highest rates: $1.15 for 10 KWH: July In Bradford CountyThe
PONY | Commission: !in Tallahassee to variations: the ten highest ran- $3,500 from the $10.000 budgetedIt Other commissioners! Bry- $6.88 for 100; $11.25 for 250;
: :::: close Central's offices at 213 N. $16.42 for 500; $21.60 for 750
/ annually by the County Com an said thought the Chamber
:: To Be Given Away :%:% Cherry St. in Starke. A letter and $26,77 for 1,000. The
mission.: would like to support the fire is U.. Department of products, earned
Mount Dora electric system eluded dairy
3 written last month to !Mrs.
By | was Car Turns food dis-
; j1 protection effort rather than city owned. Agriculture's family and dried fruits and vegetables,
;::13 Loyree LaNier, president of the Clyde Terwlllegar, presidentof have the: funds cut from Its Across the board, Starke is tribution program aided 1,315 canned meat and poultry, grain
LAWTEY I: local Chamber asking the Over On 301 the DA, said that group had budget. needy persons in Bradford and cereal products, fruit and
r1 group's support In Central's effort already decided to give the 3. (Continued on Page Four) County in July, US more than received juices, as well as
:1 r FIRE DEPT. ;| to close the local office. 500 from It's budget and stay The Chamber Justifies the ___________ free foods in June. other vegetable items such as peanut but

r Register At |1 The Chamber's Executive Driver of a 1968 Dodge received In the county's budget for $10- money spent In the county and I Over the state the program ter and scrambled egg mix..
Committee recommended at minor injuries when his 000 per year.Chamber will continue to Justify It. Siw- Radio Stolen aided 229,034 needy persons in In addition to the family food
WlnnDlxleShopping | its August. 28 meeting to op- car overturned on US 301 Just Board Msmber John yer said, adding he believed the 51 Florida counties in July, distribution program, 726 per-
f Center pose the move and ask for a south of Lawtey but his three Torode made the: motion to do- funds could be raised frcm the From TaKi 4,165 persons more than )In sons in four counties receiveda
hearing on the matter. A reso- passengers escaped injury. nate the 100J. An amendmentwas business community Bryan June This was 71.964 persons supplemental food package
| Sat, Sept. 13 ... lution to that effect was readto The one car accident occurredat made by Board Member said he would prefer !It that more than took part (In the pr- designed to help meet the

? the Governors last Thursday, 2:15: a.m. Saturday Sept. 6, Charles Sawyer, that the $1.000 way. An Amphnot citizens band gram a year ago. special nutritional needs of new
I !; Sept. 4.Jackson. when Leroy Jackson of Apopka.Fla. go for equipment, not opera- radio was :stolen from an Food went to 1,682 persons in and expectant mothers and preschool -
This Space Contributed :;: spoke to the Governors ., was driving north of 301 tions, and come not frsm the The funds drive, headed by Akrtdge Taxi Sunday night, ac- July, up 126 person from June. children. Columbia

gj Weekly to Publicize &:. Thursday, explaining the and lost control of his car, ac- Chamber: budget. but from funds Sawyer, had raised the $1,000by cording to Lt. Pat Henry. Union gave free food to 477 County; gave such packages to
Community:: Events by : inconvenience it would be for cording to a report by TrooperR. raised by businessmen. The early this week.: Henry said the radio was persons in July, down 15 per- 368 persons in July, the only
? ? local businesses on pick up and W. Pace. Board passed! the motion as Businesses donating were :stolen sometime between mId- sons from June. Baker County; North Florida county to participate -
r r The Community |:; delivery U Central shifts its The vehicle went into the amended. First Federal Saving and Loan night and Monday morning served 1,052 persons in July, in that portion of the U.
11 Stark service to a Gainesville median strip and overturned, Sawyer said he fully supports Association, Slade Gas. Brad- when Mrs. Akrldge discovered up 51 over June, and Columbia S. food program.
r I State Bank | office. Jackson also pointed out according to the report. Dam- the effort to organize a county ford Furniture Co., Baldwin it was missing. County served 2,245 personsin Florida's family food distribution -

l Aerounts Now lnau-: ; the amount of salaries and age was estimated at $500. fire department, but questionedthat Chevrolet Jackson Building Number of the radio Is 072507- July, down nine persons from program is administered
'Cither revenue that would be Jackson was charged with it Is the Chamber's respon- Supply Wall Insurance Agency 22077. June jointly by the Florida Department -
L Up to $ := '..'wt to our county should this falling to have his vehicle un- sibility. He pointed out the Shell Oil Co., Dr. D. W. Whit- Investigation of the case Is Food distributed in Floridahas of Public Welfare and S-U.DA' >
ncY be discontinued. der control. Chamber has had financial dif (Continued on Page Pour) being continued. an estimated retail valueof Food and Nutrition
over $2.5 million. It In- vice.

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Of Interest To. '. I Miss ThorntonIs
"': C* WSCS Installs
Honor Guest

i At Bridal Shower: New OfficersOfficers

WOMEN of the First Methodist -

Miss Connie Thornton,bride- WSCS Mere Instated!;!
elect of Sept. 26, was honoredat by ill's. Doris Ware of Gainesville -
a bridal shower last Friday at the business and
'Gladys Mooty program
: MKNM .
.7f0aZTT '
'night. In the Pine Level Baptist meeting Tuesday, Sept.

I' ,' t !I TT ,if L unHI; j : Warren-Piercy 1 Hostesses church were education Mrs. O.building.R. Alvarez 2, Installed at 10 a,m. were Li the Mrs church Jack

Jr. Mrs. Jerald
i I : Baldwin Eaves, president; Mrs. DVitt
I I i 't 1 Wedding Party Mrs. Wayne Sapp, Mrs. Farabee, vice-pi'esldent; Mrs.
I Jessie Ricks, Mrs. Thad Smith.
Entertained George Huggins.: secretary,
'q" Mrs. Mark
Moody Mrs. Fred ,/ and Mrs Ralph Diggs treasur
Watterson, and Mrs. Joe Rob-
I" 'Mr. and Mrs. J. ID. Warren inson. "'I er. Also installed were the sec-
1 retaries and chairmen of
were hosts at a dinner party The refreshment table was
I Friday Sept. 5, at 9 ipjn. at i covered with a white damask Society.
I j jI the Mayfalr Country Club in cloth edged with lace and cen- Mrs. Charles Sawyer, outgoIng -
I 1 Sanford honoring their son tered with a flower arrange- president, was presented
I Jeffrey, and his fiancee, Miss 4 ment in shades of pink. This with a special! membership to
4 4t' II I f Susan Piercy, of Sanford following I was balanced by pink tapers r Missions from the: Society. Her
"'_ t the couple's wedding In crystal holders. Mrs. Mo- Donna L. Griffis mother, Mrs. T. H. Slade made

:rehearsal.The .dining tables were decorated punch ody presided bowl. at the crystal Weds T. L. BaileyMrs. the Following presentation.the meeting and Installation .

I' r M ML f in gold and white with r .f .4 Games with prizes were played a dutch treat lunch-

,, white carnation. centerpieces. by the 40 guests attending Louise Griffis of Starke, eon was enjoyed at the Holiday
j jE tJ'/tJ'f The 35 guests Included the who included Mrs. Carl Thorn- announces the marriage of her Inn by the members and

!1j 1/, honor couple) the immediate ton, mother of the honoree, and daughter, Donna Lynell to Air guests.Mr. .
/ Mrs. Pete Davis
>. families, wedding party, and: of Lulu motherof man 1st Class Thomas Lee
out-of-town guests. t the bridegroomelect.. Bailey of Tyndall Air Force
The hostesses presented the base, Panama City, on Sept.
j i i honoree with a white Thermal 2 in Selma, Ala. Airman Bailey -
l E \ Miss Piercy and her attendants blanket as a memento of the is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .
L were honored: at' a bri. occasion. Preston A. Bailey of College .

... ''', desmaids luncheon on Friday.' Linda Sue Scoggins Robt. M. Patrick Park Ga.After .
3 ,
it. -: .. t" Sept. 5, given 'by Mrs. William
fll.r. -
t. ....B**" vtV ii"," ... McCall at the Imperial HouseIn Wed In First Christian Church RitesMiss a a short wedding trip and Mrs. W. E. Gault Jr.,

,.. ;. Orlando.. the couple will reside in Pan- Lawtey, announce the birth of
r Attending from Starke were Linda Sue Scogglng! and Bell, aunt of the bride, assisted ama City until Airman Bailey's a son William Oscar, on Sept.
l Mrs. J. D. Warren! Mrs. JohnD. Robert McKinley Patrick were In serving. Miss Sandra tour of duty is finished in Dec- 2 in St. Vincent's Hospital.
I .' Warren, Mrs. Preston Ou- united in marriage on Aug. 29 noggins kept the bride's book. Albert Kruse has returned ember, after which they will
( a thrie, Miss Robyn Warren, and at 8 p.m. In the First Christian After a brie< f wedding trip to from a five weeks trip to East reside at 2097 Pine Crest Bradford County

Miss Kim Birtlett.: Also: attend- Church with Charles E, Reese Daytona Beach the couple will Germany, where he visited relatives Drive, College Park, Ga. announces the follow'In Hospital births!
ing was Mrs. Sigmund R. Sera- performing ,the nuptials. The reside at 331 Clark Street in ; West Germany, Luxem- Mr. and Mrs,Leonard? Gar.:

Miss Sin, of Cranford, N.J., sister of bride Is the daughter of Mr. tarke. burg and Iceland. Hospital AuxiliaryThe field Johns m Hampton, a
Cathy Whitehead Becomes Bride bride and Byron Newcomb of Brandon
Mrs. J. D. Warren.Geraldine and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins of The groom are : Cameron
Of Mr. Beckett In Hope Church Starke and the groom is the son both BHS graduates. Mrs. Patrick 1s visiting his parents, Mr and Hospital Auxiliary will son Mr. and Mrs.Shaun Richard Sept. 1.
of Mr. and Mrs. William M. !is employed at the Florida Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, this week hold its first meeting on Monday -
Patrick of Lawtey. Bank at Starke and Mr. Patrickat while la North Florida on busi a daughter,
Sept. 15, at 7:30: p m. in
Elizabeth Ann, Sept. 5.
Miss Cathy Lynne Whitehead crusted whit seed pearls. She Centering the altar were two Wllg Electric. ness. the Methodist Fellowship Hall.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Leon- carried her mother's white floor baskets of whita bridal
ard K. Whitehead of Starke and Bible topped with white roses flowers against a backgroundof -
Stephen Lane Beckett, son of and carnations with white satin fern trees and branched can-
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beckettof streamers. Her only ornamentwas delabra with white tapers.

Fernandina Beach were uni- a gold necklace her mother Mrs. John A. Reddish, organist rct MANAGER'S!
ted in in her .
marriage on Saturday wore wedding.A and Mrs. Lloyd Macy, solo-
Aug. 30, at 8 p.m. in the Hope reception was held in the let. provided nuptial music.
Baptist Church. Rev. Merle church educational building
Gary Wayne Brewer attendedas
Packham Sr. performed the which held arrangements of '
II IIa,3 best man. Ushers were Mike
candlelight ceremony. yellow and white flowers rg
Mrs. David Canova, organist, Mrs. Merle Packham Sr. Patrick and Wilbur Waters.
and :Mrs Randal Chitty solo- greeted guests at the door. Mrs. Gary Brewer attended
ist, provided a program of Standing in the receiving line the 'bride as matron of honor. IAU
wedding music.Decorating were the bride and groom and She was attired in an empire

the altar were their mothers; the bridal attendants ", style pink voile dress with high : :.

baskets gladioli 1 mums,pom- and Rev. Merle Pack- neckline and short flared sleev- "Mr. Carp said, -' you pick
poms and carnations against a ham. Miss Sylvia Dodd kept ...,..... es. She carried a nosegay of the Items and you name the
background arch, and spiral the bride's book. .f J pink roses and carnations.: sale price' so, here are -
candelabras and fern trees. The bride's book table was \ .. The bride given In marriageby someI've of the many bargains t ; THURS FRI SAT SUN.
Dr. Larry Beckett, of Selma, covered with a lace cloth and her father, wore a short picked for you this -
Ala. attended his brother best held a garland of yellow and empire white dress of lace over weekend.
man. Ushers were John Rumph, white florets. At one end of satin featuring a high neckline MANAGER'S NAME
Fort Valley, Ga., David Wal- the table was china doll dressed and long chiffon sleeves. Her \4
ters, and John Davis of Fernan- in a replica of the mother's Gay four-tiered veil of illusion was & 1 r
dlna Beach and Walter Young of wedding dress and veil. The secured to lace petals. She car- 3.1
Pahokee. bride's table was covered witha To Wed Mr. LewisMr. ried a spray arrangemet o< G\r\s\

Miss Marlene Munn of Gain- lace cloth and held silver roses, carnations and orchids.A i
esville served as maid of honor. candelabra decorated with yellow and Mrs. Adolph Gay reception was held at the Your
Bridesmaids were Miss Becky and white pompoms. announce the engagement of home of the bride's parents on Choice n nRlSS
Beckett of Fort Lauderdale The punch table held a sliver their daughter, Geraldine to Westmoreland Street.

Miss Laura Rentz of Lake punch bowl flanked by the James Paul Lewis son of Mr. The bride's table was covered .., .S chool d a.
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton bridesmaids of and Mrs. James Adam Lewis Went I
city, nosegays yellow with a White linen cloth anilcent.ered BOYS \ f
stock cjearancel
of Gainesville. The attendants carnations. Perry. three-tiered Entire\ \ part"n. \n\ .. _
with a <
were gowned alike in Assisting in serving were The bride elect graduated wedding cake topped with a Osress:. solids\ piar'V: jor best .e\ec'\ )
floor length yellow chiffon over Mrs. E. R. Collins, Mrs. G,
from BHS and Florida State bride and At the base : {
satin fashioned with empire S. Newcomb, Mrs. Wallace FLANNEL newest st"t'
University. She was a memberof was a ruffle of Illusion, fern, I ,
waist and short puffed sleeves. Glisson and Misses Melody tionl a..
Sigma Kappa sorority and the
halo satin Glisson and Karen and and pompoms. Balancing
They wore yellow Kathy
is presently a teacher in Tay- cake were silver candelabrawith all $2
and Long.
headpieces with net, car-
ried yellow carnation nosegays. After a wedding trip to South lor County. white tapers decorated SHIRTS OR iqq:

Pamela Beckett niece of the Florida the couple will resideat Mr. Lewis graduated from with fern and pompoms.
groom, was flower girl and 1117 DeKalb Towers in De- Taylor County High School and The punch table was covered
Gregory Beckett, nephew of the catur, Ga. The bride traveledin Florida State University. He with a white linen cloth and
groom, was ring bearer. a two piece powder blue is also teaching in Taylor Coun- centered with a crystal punea SWEATSHIRTS all\\ reg. $3
The bride, given in marriageby dress with Navy accessories bowl encircled with fern and

her father, wore her and her bridal corsage.Mr. ty.The wedding is planned for pompoms. $3.19
mother's wedding gown. It was Be kett has been accep- November 22.Duplicate. Misses Susan Autry and Cindy -
made of slipper satin with a silk ted for dental training atEmory Sink cut the bride's cake
organza yoke trimmed in re- University in Atlanta, Ga.start- and Mrs. Tom Dewing'! of Bush- A
embroidered Alencon lace, encrusted ing Sept. 1 18. Bridge all reg'4q9 $
with seed pearls. The The bride was the 1968 North
back featured self-covered but- Florida Strawberry Queen and Club Results Junior Women $
tons from the neck line to the first runner up in the Alachua
tight fitting waist, a long train, County Fair Queen contest. She Tha Starke Duplicate Bridge Hold Membership
and buttons on the long sleeves is a 1966 graduate of BHS, attended Club had 4V4 tables In play at Luncheon MeetingThe all reg. s5
from the elbow to the wrist. St. Johns River Junior the Pratt Street Recreation
Her four tiered veil of Illusion College, and was an account- Center Tuesday night. t
was secured to a pillbox Ing clerk at the University; of East-West winners were Mr. $5.99
Junior Woman's Club
cap of silk organza and re- Florida. and Mrs. John Mussoline witha
held its annual $1.50 value
membershipluncheon !
embroidered Alencon lace, en- score of 30. Dr. and Mrs.
on Saturday Aug. 23,
Harry Gruen ,
were second with
26. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A spectacular sale price on
Lecture SessionsFor DKG Sorority North-South Harry Gruen. Hostesses were 100cotton, long sleeve flannel 1st QUALITYNYLONS
Holds winners were Mrs. Eliza Sanders, Mrs. shirt in newest Fall plaids
Bridge PlayersStarting Workshop Mrs. Sherrod;! Hamilton and Mrs. Gruen, Mrs. Paul Klsh. Mrs. sizes 616. Or choose a heavy
In Lake ButlerAlpha M. A. Baldwin Jr. with a score Jimmy Bowen, Mrs. Mare Jack- weight, long sleeve sweatshirt.

Tuesday, Sept. 16, of 35H. Mrs. Edward Burns son, and Mrs. Wallace Wise. Fall colors S-L.
there will be a 30 minute Ques- and Mrs. Martha Moore were Members were greeted at the
tion and answperic-1: or: general Nu chapter of Delta second with 35. door by Mrs. Bowen who directed ) HO'RpNI'
lecture session starting at7pm. Kappa Gamma Society held a Overall winners .ware Mr. and them to the den for a short S Vj LADIES NYLON lApi s
workshop Saturday at the Com- Mrs. Mussolln period of "getting acquainted." 'j& .
every Tuesday. The sea.!
munity Center in Lake Butler. The weekly tournaments are Luncheon Stretch Tops lE5
sions will be designed to help was served In the Ppt
brush up on the fundementals Theme of the workshop was open to the public. Sessions dining area where individual valueS
and improve skills. "What We Choose We Are." start at 7:30: pm. Tuesdaysin tables. were placed. The devotion -

If Interest and participation: Mrs. Marion Payre, program the Pratt street Recreation was given by Mrs. Richard I .. $2.50 S anilHss rr>

warrants these .sessions can be chairman, served as leader. Center. Jockel. The president, Mrs. $167V 4or guards loi
Chapter committees! met !in 3 .
extended:! an additional 30 minutes Bill Chambers, welcomed value fashion s i.pr. -
groups to make plans for bet- .
therefore starting at 6:30: guests and members with carafe in p ii K.
ter work on the "Nature and challenge to be club tor 1 Yabriets, bar. agesLADIES
and uarantead
pm. allowing the weekly Dinner
Nurture of Creativity." Turkey and achieve the fun, friendship '1 Fine guarge, 100% nylon tricot of
open duplicate bridge tourna Mrs. W. H. Hart, president, Slated ByEpiscopalians and work that 'Is undertaken.A / ) knit shells in long or set all pots wand
ments to start ,
at 7:30: as usual. COhducted the business meet.tog. ZJ'I short sleeves. Mock or tacked washable real bar.
maternity fashion a
These sessions Machin A
as well
as Project, plans and programs full turtlenecks many $1zes 6.10
presented by Mrs. Ton
the weekly tournaments: are colas
of the committees were with back zippers. White,
open; to all residents of Starke Fender of Gainesville. Narration na}0\\ *
presented.A The annual turkey dinner / 1 black and fashion colors. r
was given by MM. Ettz
and surrounding:: tswns, includ.
\special collection was given by the Episcopal church
Ing visitors. The lecture sessions taken to send Society membersIn 'Women will be held In mid- Sanders and fashions were mod- ,,r YOUR CHOICE
eled by Mrs. Marc Jackson andMrs.
will be free and the first
Virginia and October. Ii '
Mississippi who f
Gus far
Kopelousos. Door
attendance: at duplicate bridgeIs were in the Camille Decision to hold" fundraising
devasta !! : the Advertised o SHOE
prize was given to Mrs. J. C. r SALE
free. There
is, however, aSO tion.Mrs. event again was made: Dukes. L1
-cent charge for the second Hart when Nutioally ..,
was presented a the ECW held its Sep.tember Approximately 30 guests and
and subsequent sessions at duplicate presidents: pen a gift of the meeting at the homeof members ,
enjoyed the first
bridge. All elementary chapter: by Mrs. Norman. Mrs. Roasnbush Moore at sal event of'the' club year. aoe- ptI 1Q ,,' our reg. 00
an3:! other bridge players are After the business session, the Kingsley Lake Mcnday, sept. p1 N $2
invited to take advantage of group was invited Into the dinIng 8. The executive board of tM lj r $2.99Choice
this offering. room where luncheon was The Women .also decided to Junior Woman's Club met August value al. 1 r

Come alone or with a partner. served by the Lake Butler give an additional $50 to the 25 at the home of Mr. Z

members. paint fund:! of St. Mark's Chur- Richard Jockel. Plans for Ute bath towel of popular new Brass ornament .
Deborah Ann Hill Mrs. Mona Canova led groups ch The group has already contributed club year were discussed after 2Z new tla M loafer or the Contessa >
Of Hampton Enters singing. $100 to that fund. which refreshments were serve 8N9 c g plush f r slip-on casual with multicolor /
Fla. Presbyterian Those attending from Starke ,Presiding at the meeting: was ed. ap inppka blue. patchwork upper
were Mrs. Canova Mrs. Hart. .the president, Mrs, Clyde Ter- 1110' n old, pE SARUGS Sizes 510. /M
Deborah Ann Hill, daughterof Mrs. Norman, Mrs. Payne. willegar. Devotions were given The September meeting of ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hill Mrs. Tommie NoUn Mrs. Helen by Mrs. Walter Richardson. the Junior Woman's Club was ,
of held Thursday,.Sept 4, at the
Hampton was amoung 293 Johns Mrs. Adele Mitchell A social hour followed the
freshmen beginning their first Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Mrs. business meeting, with Mrs. club house with the president,
year at Florida Presbyterian Evelyn Haney. Mrs. Maureen Moore serving cake and punch. Mrs. Bill Chambers, presiding. de to '

College Tuesday. Sept. 2. Paul. :Mrs. Marilyn Roberts, Next meeting ,mill be held at The devotion was given! by t'a. sell 99 tor 1 '?
Mrs. Duane Dykes. Each officer s3.
This year's freshmen class and Miss Della Rosenberg. 7:30: p.m. Oct. 13 at the home and committee chairman re- iyester ptie mtmbged
includes 120 Florida students. of Mrs. Terwlllegar. 1525 E. ".
ported plans for the coming Decaata
Twenty eight other states and Call St, s'aPe destgykldbac
six foreign countries also "* Jrrra. S. G. Denmark club year. "
represented. took their daughter. Joyce, to Hostesses for the meetingwere + '.,k andsand, rr
Florida Presbyterian College LaGrange, Ga. the first of tM Mrs. Bob Furrior of Brooks- Mrs. Gus Kopelousos Mrs r. ;aa

began its tenth academic year week where the will enter her vlllB spent the weekend with Paul Klsh. and Mrs. DOine

Tuesday. leae.second year at LaGrange Col- Ralph her parents Dlggs. Mr. and Mrs. Dykes. I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY AT



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Byron TerwiUegar. returned to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thorn Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond NE
the College of Charleston at ton of Gainesville spent Satur- returned Tuesday from a three 'JOCHEVROLETS
Charleston. S. C. last Friday day night and Sunday with Mrs. weeks trip to New England and
after being home for ten days. Thornton's parents Mr. and Nova Scotia, Canada.

!Mr.Walterboro.and Mrs.S.W.C.J.were McCloudof weekend Mrs. Harry Mooty.. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs.

guests of Mr. and Mrs.Lester Mrs. Merrill Struth Is visiting .- Middleton Bob Ferguson and Miss Madge
Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth vlstted Mrs. H.B.
Miss Martha Bollinger left and family in Tampa this week. McLendon and" Mrs. Charles
Friday Meister in Orlando on Satur-
for the Mobile Infirmary Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson
in Mobile Ala. where she will and son in law and daughter day.Mr.
Intern for a year. She was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Will and Mrs. W. S. Slade
!by her sister Mlsa iams of Gainesville were vacationing Jr. and family of Baxley Ga.
Mary Bellinger who spent the last week In Chattanooga were visiting Mrs. W. S. Slade
weekend.Mr. Term and Huntsvllle, Sr. on Sunday. Burch ElectedTo
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Ala. They also attended the
have had as guests, Sgt. and Register Johnson wedding In Mrs. W. W. Hood was a guest Head 1970
week of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mrs. Robert L. Athens Ala. Saturday night. -
Cooper and Thornton at Reddington March of DimesRev.
family of Auburn, Ala. from Miss Judy Broughton, office Beach. Mr. Hood joined them
Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and clerk for Dr. P. G. Felos has over the weekend.
Mrs. Donald Cooper and familyof accepted a position at the Un- Robert D. Burch has
Lake City on Saturday and iversity of Florida. Mrs.Sarah Herb Herres attended the !been elected by the Bradford-
Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Cooper has been added to Dr. PGA Associates Seminar in Orlando 'Union Chapter of the March of
Cecil Padgett of Lake Butler. Felos' office staff. from Sunday to Tuesday.COUNTRY Dimes as director. of the 1970 .
Saturday night. Robert Cooper campaign.Rev. AND
Is attending Auburn University. Susan Hall of Gainesville Burch received his education -
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan spent the weekend with/ her at the Institute of
attended the funeral of Mrs. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. M. Technology In West Virginia,
Hogan mother,.Mrs. j. E. A. Baldwin Jr. They visited :receiving his A. B. degree from
King in Oxford Miss last Fri the Jacksonville Zoo on Sun- ''the University of Richmond
day.Mrs. day afternoon. and Bachelor of Divinity from

Ceclla Young of Brook. Mrs. Betty Kegtster and the University Theological Se-
er and Mrs. Barbara Rardonof daughter, Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. minary In Richmond.
Starke have been added to Larry Crawford and Mrs.C.T. Before coming to the First.
the Public Health Nursing staff Wade attended the wedding of Presbyterian Church in Starke, OldsmobilesHERE
at Bradford County Health De Freeman Register m to Miss he was formerly pastor in
partment.Mr. Paula Johnson in Athens, Ala. South HIll, Va., and Monroe I
Saturday night. N. C. He Is active in community .
and Mrs. Robert Green work a director! in the
visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- .F Starke Rotary Club, president
Rowe and family in Sanford over dish and family visited Mr. of the Bradford: County Child
the weekend. and Mrs. W. S. Peacock In ren's Committee, a member of
Tallahassee over the weekend.Col. .
the Nursing Advisory Council
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding
the Starks Ministerial Alliance
Sr. spent Sunday In St. Aug- .
and Mrs. V. J. Spengler and secretary the Candidate
ustine. Mrs. Emma Badman and Committee, Suwannee Presby
Among those attending the houseguests, and Mr. and Mrs.L. tery.
R. Badman and sons of Can- 1
wedding of Miss Rorie Mathewsto
John Anderson at the First ada, visited St. Augustine, Sliver r .
Methodist Church in Cocoa last Springs, and Six Gun Ter-
Friday night were Mrs. A. W. ritory during the past week.
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. War- The L. R. Badmans flew backto
ren Winkler, Mr.and Mrs.Bob their home In Canada Mon- AT THE; LIBRARYflssrssrflsssrrsrsrtfl

by Biggs Mrs. and Mrs. Jer- day.Mr.
ome Johns, Dr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. One Wiggins COUSINThecountry
L. Haynes Jr. and daughter, visiUed Mr. Wiggin's mother, look in quilted-cotton ADUL T.NON.FICTION THURS. SEPT. 18th
Anne, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, In Jack- prints Is popular for back-to- The Future Of Human Here-
Jim Chasteen of Belle Glade. sonville on Sunday.Mr. school wear. This kindergartencoed Of The
and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggsof wears a quilted Jumper ,
Orlando. and Mrs. Loran Conner and long-sleeved cotton blouse Second Seminole War -Mahon;
of Atlanta were weekend guests made from McCall's Patterns Your Growing Child & Sex-
Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs.J. of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Crosby. 2058 and 9675. Fabric and pat- Arnstein; Klee Klee: American
B. Bakken were'in Madison terns available at Singer stores Literature Wager!! ; Fran-
Sunday attending the funeralof Miss Anne Terwlllegar has where fabrics are sold. cols Couperin & The French
W. S. Wimberly. returned from a month's visit Classical Tradition Mellers;
with her uncle and aunt. Cdr. Half The Fun Was Getting
Mrs. L. H. Gibson and son, and Mrs. Dale L. Scott Jr. Max Rafferty There MacIsaac: BaroqueAnd
Gerry, of Merritt Island, spent and family in Coronado, Calif. SJRJC SpeakerFor Rococo Sitwell; Fron-
the last week of August in Ma- While there she visited Disney- tiersmen In Blue-Utley; Baroque
comb, Ill. where they attendedthe land, Hollywood, and Mexico. Convocation' Music-Pallsca: The Art Of
funeral of Mrs. Gibson's Enroute home she visited Capt. Archaic Greece -HomannWedeking -
mother, Mrs. Mary E. Peter- and Mrs. Edward Potter Jr., ; France Since The Revolution -
son, on August 26. Mrs. Peter- USN, in Houston, Texas. Dr. Max Rafferty; California -Harvey; French Watercolors TAKE ADVANTAGEOF
visitors of Superintendent of Public Instruction -
son was a frequent Of The 20th Century-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooperand and Director of Ed-
the Gibsons in Starke. From
Paulte Ancient Poetry
Mrs. Harold Branham were ucation, is scheduled to deli- ;
China, Japan And India wet;
last Wednesday guestsof
supper ver the main address for the fallPresident's
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stew- Food & Man-Foo; The Image
and son, Jim, of Perry, were Convocation at St. Candidate-Wykoff History Of
art in Gainesville.; ;
Johns River Junior
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Laidler Ernst Bar-
Socialism ;
Adolph Gay and daughter, Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Douglas Tuesday September 9, at 11 a. lockChick: The Fabulator

aldine. of York. S. C. will be Fridayto m.A Scholes; The Wycliffe HistorIcal
Monday guests of Mr. and highlight of each
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kuschelof academic Georgraphy Of Bible Lands
Mrs. J.W. Rltch. term at the Junior College, the Guide
Washington, D. C. were visitIng President's Pfeiffer; :
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jen- Roger Crosby of Keesler year will be Convocation held in the down-this To The Nation's CapitolNeWYork
nings last Sunday to :Thursday Biloxi Miss .home Times.
AFB was stairs !portion of the SJRJC
for the weekend. ADULT REFERENCE
Mrs. William H. Green returned Viking Center. Collection
Heritage Foundation -
to her home in Wash-
ington, D. C. last Thursday Local admittances to Bradford Rafferty, well known educator Of Sllver-Flynt Design; The Of Alphabet Cities lose-Out
after a ten day visit with County Hospital this weeK and columnist, graduated from -Dlrlnger; & Allian-
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. include: Conley J, Bush, Austin the University of Southern California -Bacon: Treaties
Smith Sr., Mrs. Dolly Simp- and the University of ces Of The World-Keeslng; The
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw of son, Larry F. Gllsson, A. W. California at Los Angeles. He Cut Of Women's Clothes, 1600
Valdosta, Ga. are guests this doctoral degrees .
Brown. Frank Martire Mrs. holds honorary 1930.ADULT
'week of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Sara Starling, Mrs: Lovle Chil- from Lincoln Universityand FICTION
Jones. dree, John W, Smith, Mrs. Myrtle Brigham Young University.Dr. Death Of A Dude Wolfe,
The Keystone Aero Club hada G. Priest, Mrs. Paullw Charles LaPradd has issued Nero: The Poseidon Adventure
"Flv Out" Sunday to Jek- Torode and A, E.McKinney, a cordial invitation to the Galileo; The Dorp- Arkln;
yll Island where they! had din- Starke; Clay McRae, Brooker; public to attend along with THile HighCondon.all .
ner at the Buccaneer Restaurant. Arthur Broughton Miss Ross- SJRJC faculty and student body.
The four planes in the lyn Jean Johns, and Levi Rho-
flight carried Mr. and Mrs. den, Hampton; Mrs. Josephine
Duncan, Lawtey; Mrs. Eva Jean Prices
Dick Myers:Mr. and Mrs.Mike Beasley, Macclenny; and Mrs. THE BRADFORD about
McKee, Judge, T. A. Yawn, Mr. Dorothy Engelke Melrose. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
and Mrs. L. B. Henderson Jh
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen, Civil Defense Director Frank Publish:l"d every Thursdayat 'rb'
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth, Williams is attending a Fed- 138 W. Call Street
Robert Lappe, and N. L. Wood- eral Civil Defense school in Starke, Florida 32091
burn. Battle Creek, Mich. for two
weeks. Second class postage paidat ; BY

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Starke, Florida. N.NCY'S FLOWERS

and son in law and daughter Lynwood Walters will returnto Subscription Raten
Mr. and Mrs.Charles God- tnfleld: N. C:. today alter THE HEARTY ROSE ON
In trade area: $5.CO per
We naturally .think of the
frey and children of Aiken, S. visiting his parents, Mr. and
C. spent last week at Myrtle Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. for ten year; $2.75 six months. rose as being a delicate flower.
Beach. S. C. days. Outside trade area: $3.50 It had that effect when 11a
per year; $300 .six months handle the fra

gile-looking petals
of the rose

Kentucky Fried ChickenCOL. SE/RVJCE/ SCHEDULE | blossom.Have you ever -

CATHOLIC ChurchesST. I noticed a rose
SANDERS RECIPESpecial 1 bush After a '
EDWARD'S Starke: | windstorm
't severe
Sunday: Man 8 a.m. and9J.i V r ? It la ALL J69JSu.
: a.m.Thurlday 'surprising how
Mass, 6:30 p.m. few of the full-bloomed blMeoms -
MIC, ...lour Medal Novena: are affected after the
FRIDAY ONLYSEA9i 1 1." Saturday 7 p.m. winds have ceased. The petals
seem to hug each other tightly:
DINNER ST. WILLIAM'S; Keystone and suffer very few Ills from
'l,t Heights nature's elements.The .
Sunday:\, Mal, 9 a.m. rose te probably the most
Wednesday Mass Novena, welcome flower :you can send to
7 p.m.. a sick friend or a shut-in. Ours
are the loveliest. we select
ST. MARY'S Macclenny: them Just for you. The next
Sunday Mais, 11:30 ..
: m. time you need flowers can.




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uneers to answer a call beforea
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11r C:11 1 on the new courthouse about $1.200 truck from Starke could reach :;;;
; f-H' : ; : :!:! 69-70 County Budget -- Signed papers giving CUBB '! ladders, a pump and the area.

Gty Power of Topic I Economic Agency use of the old other equipment Bryan reviewed the need for ,.
Meet Jail for another year. 'Now we'll be able to get roll- a countywide volunteer fire
Tonight %! -- Okayed Internal budget .Ing .soon," the chief said. Commissioner protection effort fcr the Cham-
(Continued From Page One) Gets Final 1 transfers for the Sheriff's De- Bryan said the department ber Board. He stressed the
partment totaling $5,607. place to procure another money requested was for capital
(Continued From Page
second highest in the state, although the whole story. -- Authorized budget increases truck to use In other partsof equipment, not houn. Gull, Liberty and Frank-: there are some which are: The whole story would haveto ( From Page One) for the salary Increases the county to enable the vol- expenses.
line; Leon and Wakulla; Jefferson higher in some of the cat- Include a look at the total of the county Judge and .,
other towns. We'llalso "stand as approved" August 11.
Madison and Taylor; Ham egories. Starke rates are: budgets of er of Jacksonville was apparentlow county clerk. o y +
to look at the cost of Commissioner J. M. (Buck)
mon Suwannea and Lafayette $1.50 for 15 KWH; $6.50 for 100; bidder at$ -- Was Informed of the resignation k
trash collection Norman the second. The ry
and gave
water garbage County of foreman J. B.
Dixie Cilchrlst and. Levy: $9.88 for 250 $15.50 for 500; -- Was told by Sanitarian -
Citrus Sumter, Hernando, and $21.13 for 750 and $26.75 for and the money put vote was passed unanimously. Jack Trawick that a Crawford from the Mosquito
Pasco: Osceola and Okeecho 1,000. As was said,some utility fire department and recreation The millage Increase approved "good report" has been given Control Unit. Approved a pay
department and similar ser by the Commission puts Increase from $95 week to
charge more in some after state per To IkCitizens
bee; St. Lucle and Martin?: companies total a Inspectectlon of
For example, vices. county millage at 19.10 the $110 per week for Billy Martin -
Hardee DeSoto and Highlands; categories. Next week we'll begin look- mills (school board county's sanitary land fills
plus has been fore-
Com- county who acting
Florida Power and Light with the
and Charlotte, Glades and lien- and exception of Lawtey.He .
Ing at some other towns commission). That means .
for 14
pany charges $1.85 ; is negotiating for another
see how they compare with Bradford taxpayers will haveto onan.Asked County Attorney
dry.Cfider's Clewiston, $1.50 for 12; Green site in the Lawtey Tra-
proposal calls for Cove Springs, ,$2 for 16; Jacksonville Starke. shell out $19.10 per thous- wick said. areas Theron Yawn to write the attorney 'tsr
only one set of county officials and of assessed
property they general requesting Information -
and Neptune -Was
for example, one five- $1.50 for 13 Klssimmee, $1.50 own. that is an increase of told by Trawick are"plentiful" on what happens to of
member Board of County Commissioners ; $1.63 cents thousand due to the 5 inches
for 14 and New Smyrna Beach, Hurst McRae per dol- jheC01.llty's portion of the retirement -
one county judge, $2.15 for 20.Sebring lar over 196869. of rain which has fallenon payments when an employee .
one sheriff-and says the court- The county's millage standsat Bradford County. The Mosquito quits. Clerk Darby said
house should bs located in the charges more in two 8.307 mills, up from 6.678 Control Unit is busy he has been unable to obtain an Starke t R.
$6.75 for 100 KWI Win' In
county seat which has the ; and City last year. and distributed 4,500 gallonsof answer to the question.
$10.13 250 KWH
and for the School Board insecticide in
largest populo..tlon. has held July cover- -- Appointed Commissioner
Leesburg charges more for one to its present 10.8 mills ing 230 miles, he said. committee
Ralph Bryan
The bill also states: "The 250 KWH. (Continued From ( put- as
parl-mutual allocation shall category -- Page ) ting the total county tax millage --Trawick also reported that r ember to the Bradford Coun
All of these figures mean only at 19.107 mills for 1969-70. "the love bugs are back" Hospital and Commission
continue to be calculated In the thing those who buy trailed with 308 vows. "AP-
one The new county bill -- Was told by Clerk Darby Zedra Hamilton to the
same manner is in the past. like my County
electricity from the city of parently they didn't is up about$138,000 over 1968- that Wall Insurance Agency is Agriculture Department. I am humbly grateful to each of you for
Starke pay more for their electricity brand 69 than working for
more half of which up specification
SMILEOF than do most. other Biggs said with a grin. will be absorbed by increased insurance bids on the new courthouse Fire Dept. returning me to office unopposed.With .
Florida citizens. 'Tawhat Edward .termed revenue from state .
THE WEEK However, the actual cost of one of the biggest turnouts in About $65,000 of the Increase-I'Virzes.' -- Was told by Commissioner Funds Donated this thought in mind 1 shall al ,

electricity Is far from being years, 1,728 citizens went to( must come from county sour- Ralph Bryan that he Is "real remember this
the polls. Edwards, had pre happy" that the Development (Continued From Pip. One J ) ways office is yours.

r THERE wherein the consolidated coun- dicted that between' D.690 and ces.Of the $138,000 increase over Authority and Chamber of Com- fen, Florida Bank at Starke,

soESPDP.. ty will get only one. share and 1.725 of the 2,327 registered last year, $63,000 was passedon merce are raising $4,500 for and the Community 'State Bank. Sincerely,
not two or more.. voters would cast ballot. to the county by the state. equipment for the new county Heartened by the support at
In other words, race track "Th number of voters will Those increases came in the volunteer fire department. the meeting Thursday Fire MERRILL EDWARDSCity
funds are now distributed evenly probably drop a good 400," Edwards form of $32,729 to match employees' -- Was told that the"plumb- Chief Harry Green told the
among the 67 counties; this said Tuesday night entlrement and Social ing contract of the L. B. Reese Chamber member the $4,500 Clerk
system would continue only the when discussing the run-off. Security payments formerly ing and Heating Co. of Fer- will provide a communications
would be distributed to paid by thestate$15,025In med- nandina Beach has been revoked
y money Apparently much, of the Interest system to alert members, and '
53 counties. So, if Bradford, Union in the election ,was gen ical aide to indigents, and $16- because of unsatisfactory work

Baker and Columbia were erated by the three-way race 000 in pay raises for county .-.. -- -- -- -- -- -- -
merged, the new county would chief. officials.
receive only one-quarter as for police clerks began .tally The Commission also granted LEG\L NOTICE:
When the blanket five cent cost- September 10, 1989 t et
much in track funds as the per
race ing the votes, the crowd of I Carl Hurst Mayor of the t
area Is presently receiving. children wait- of living pay increases to City of Starke, Florida by vir-
men. women and county employees. That a- tue of the authority vested In
Bradford County officials say fire station call TO THECITIZENS
Ing outside the about $14,000 for me by law do hereby a.
they can't see how the consolidation the street and. mounted to Second Primary Election toi
spilled arcoss be held at the Fire Station In
would or be the coming year.Remaining .
save money
onto the opposite sl-ewalk.:! the aforesaid City by qualified
uality is what counts and with more efficient. They believe chief $60,000 of the total voters on Tuesday September
for police
jendable service from us that deputies would have to be After the vote the increase is distributed over 23, 1969 A. D., for the purposeof tall
ality is what you get. appointed to assist each of the was posted about half of many items to cover costs of cer"Electing the following offl- gr

county officials so the same peopLe went home. various services and materials. Chief Of Police For Two
After the vote for mayor was Figuring by the commissioners Years
number of people would probably Councilman Group 4 One n
TUCK'SK have to be employed. posted the number waiting places the "blame" foi Councilman For Two Years.Inspector r il
dropped to about} three-dsep in one mill of the 1.629 mill increase For Said Election: A
State Rep. Gene Shaw has .
i / DRIVEINBEEF gone on record as opposingCrider's front of the, rope strung across on the state for shov- Dire Mrs ;Myrtlce Grace Jordan Dennis r
RIBS the doors of) the fire station. ing off costs to the county. Mrs Wilma. KronenbersrerMrs.
PORK SPARE bill but believes that .
were left tosee The five cent increase
About 25 persons per pay
consolidation of counties Mm Peggy ShatterMrs.
CHICKEN some the results of the race for took up a good part of the rest Ed Prevatt
CURB u.s.301 SOUTH SERVICE will be inevitable in the early the Group 4 council seat the the board figured.Expenditures Mrs. R. .O. Dansby OF 4
1970's. Mrs. Ella Mae Chasteen t !
counted 'which in the county
last vote to bt Mrs. L. N. Pickering _
were posted at 10:30.: four main funds are: General Mrs. Ed TenlyIn _
When You Use An Andrews Charge Fund $428,997, up from $322.- unto testimony sulidcrlbe whereof my name I here-and
Account '- 997 in 1968-9: Road and Brid- cause the Seal of said town to r
ge Fund $160,771 up from $141, be hereunto affixed this ,the 10th
Recordsare a dav of September A. D. 1969. f
Your Prescription Tax BankRobber
032 in 68-9; Fine and for- (SEAL t II
Kept For You By; Us feiture Fund $124,672, up from Carl Hurst
Carl Hurst Mayor
Andrews DrugsFor $113,446, and the new Health Attest: Merrill Edward
Department Budget totals $26- Merrill Edwards City Clerk

Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 C p 18 S 222.It. It is with gratitude and humbleness that I take
is the first time in three
that the County Commis- Notice Of Application For Tat
(Continued From Page One) years UvrdSrr. this opportunity to thank for vote and
: : has increased millage at you your sup-
Axx *x-xttxx: : sion 1U4.1O F. A.
all, and the first time since Notice In Hereby Given, that v
Fi'J:; ; that :state after pleading guilty 1960 that any appreciable increase Mr. T.fo-llowlnir J. Alderman certificate, the holder has port in returning me to the office of mayor. As your
C Jones of !
1 DeWitt | to another robbery. He has been has been placed on local filed said certificate. for a tax ,

returned to federal court in taxpayers by the county. deed certificate to be Issued numbers thereon.and yearsof The t elected official!;! 71 earnestly solicit your continued

Jacksonville where he pleadednot In other routine action Monday Issuance the description of .
I STARKE. supp"off
charged with robbing the Jack- -_ Formally inspected the which It was assessed are as
; PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE 1: son Mtalt! Market on West Mad- new courthouse. follows Certificate; : No. 27. Year of Issuance 1

ison in Sbarke on June 2. __ Was formaly thanked by Description 1985.; of Property Lot 8 I and suggestions regarding the responsibilities and

'" Ilr. The Keystone bank was held 4-H Club Member Stanley In UJ.KII In Lawtey E of RY.
;ii HEIGHTS I up by two armed men, one hada Crawford for the support the K Name' In which assessed Harry duties of this office will always be personally wel-
revolver and tale other a Board has given the 4-H pro- ne'l:; said property beIng In

1111 PHONE 473-3176 .111 sawed-off shotgun, shortly after gram.Was the Florida.County of Bradford, State of comed. I wish to be of service to you at all times and

;1;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::%: ::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;:::::.:.:::::;:: :::::: :::;::::::;:;=::;: ::;:.:::::;::::: & It opened for business on the forester for told Bradford by the new and farm Clay Unless much shall certificate be redeemed. or certificates according ,
of April 3.
morning The men escaped with $25,000In Counties A. L. Tarleton, that to In law such the certificate property described or- with your help strive for the betterment of our com-

which had been stolen the program assisted 32 wood- certificates will be sold to the
a car
In Starke. land owners involving 9,436 highest bidder at the court house munity and improvement of our city government.
the night: before t Monday 'In
W & D TRACTOR SALESBox At the time police bellevd it acres in the past year. month oftOctober 1969. which
__ > :
Accepted bids on a new U theDatedtthise22nd
was Manning and Ruls who day of
crawler tractor from three CARL HURST
went Into the bank and that iL l
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((904)) 964-3000 393 WEST MADISON STREET
Bradford County TelegraphPAGE STAIIC!. FLORIDA 32091'Consolidation -"I.


J 4 TELEGRAPH SEPT. 11, 1969


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2 NamedTo 786,988 Pine Seedlings Planted Lawtey FiremenPut
Paper Lands'
BoardCommittees Out BlazeIn FOLLOW THE GATORS I

Here In[ Past Year, Forester SaysBradford Pulpwood CarThe THIS FALL OVER RADIO

County land owners re-oreanlzatlon, McCullers told department Lawtey fought Volunteer a blaze Fire WPXE ALL GAMES!
In "File 13"A Two new committee posts planted 786,988 pine tree seed- the Board. about three hours early Saturday -
have been created by the County lings during the fiscal year For the 1968-69 fiscal year morning, using 800 gallon COURTESY
Commission after a proposalby ending June 30, A. G. McCull- of water to put out a blazingcar
receipts and expenditures
petition to amend the state The Bradford County repre- Commissioner Ralph! Bryan ers Jr. district manager of the amounted to $92,137 in Brad of pulpwood on a Ss.ibard: BILL POWELL
Constitution and change Legis! sentative said that many people last month. stats new Division of Forestrytold ford and Union Counties, the sidetrack about nine miles
lator's salaries to $6,000 a year believe that the petitions are Bryan was appointed Mondayby the County Commission district manager said. This Included north of Lawtey. Insurance!!' and Real Estate
was being circulated for a being sent out by the GOP Chairman Dave Shuford as Monday. $3,990 from Bradford The department received the
while near the polls in Starkeon party in the state. This Is not .the board's committeeman to The new Division of Forestry County and $3.654 from Union call at 1 a.m. and the fire was
election day.Circulating true, according to Shaw. the Bradford County Hospital. operating since July 1 under County and $84,493 fro.a State finally brought! under control
Shaw also took a moment to Commissioner Zedra Hamilton the new Florida Department of and Federal by 4 a.m. The scene was In
the petition wasa discuss the controversial pay was named committeeman to Agriculture and Consumer Ser sources. Clay County, and the Midd'.c-
couple from Keystone Heights raise which! the Legislature ap- the county Agriculture Depart vices Is the same as the old Eighty-five wild fires which burg fire department arrived
who said they believed they proved in Its last session. ment. Florida Forest Service McCull- burned a total of 422 acres were after the Lawtey volunteershad \
were doing t the right thing. proposal for standing the annual suppressed by the Bradford out P CALLSTANLEY
Prior to the changa in salary. Bryan's ers was making report already put the fire
After a chance encounter Legislator's drew a salary of committees, revamping the to the Commission, and County unit during the 12- Lawtey Fire Chief M. M. Jor-
with Rep Gene Shaw and a $1.21 a :oar and $600 a month Commission's present system,, said he will appear in person month period preceedlng June dan said It Is believed the fire LYONSCONTRACT
lively discussion!:: the woman for unvouchered expenses mak- was submitted to the Boardfor each year from now on to report 30, according to McCullers. was the result of a cigarettebeing
told S aw and, The Telegraphthat ing a total of $8,400, Shaw said. consideration at the August to the local Board. The report This is a decrease of 79 fires dropped Into the pile of
she believed they! had At its recent session, the mid-month meeting. The fresh has In the past been made and 641 acres burned from the pulpwood while It was being PAINTING
been misled concerning the Legislature changed that to man commissioner did not ask by letter. previous: year, he reported.The loaded. About one-fouith of the
petition and that she was going $12,000 a year salary and $300a the Board to reach a decisionon Under the reorganization of reduction was due the load was damaged.
to tear it up. month for vcuchered! expen his proposal at that meet the state forest service Alachua forester said primarily to PHONE 259-3084
The petition called for puttingan ing. Bradford, Putnam, and above average rainfall during NOTICEI MACCLENNY FLA.
amendment on tha balloton ses.Shaw pointed out that Legis Monday, he said perhaps the Union Counties have been re- the winter months as well as will not be responsible for: ,
Nov. 3. 1970. This amend lators will now have to swearto proposal should wait until! the organized into District 0 of the the Forest Service's' regular any debts incurred by anyone\
ment would set Legislators sal- an itemized expense account Board reorganizes next yaar. Division of Forestry with! head- prevention! efforts.' other than myself.
aries at $6,000 and would allow each month and that In the But he asked that appoint quarters In Gainesville. This In addition to wild fire sup- Nathan L. Modling, Sr. FREE Estimates -- Satisfaction GUARANTEED
increases but only after aLeglslator's past they simply received $600a ments be made to cover the has been underway for two pression Bradford crews also 9-11 6t10.16
next succeedingterm. is Ihospltal and ag department, and is not to be confused: ..
month. He believes this an years fought a motel fire, a barn fire,
Important and proper change. since they are not covered in with the recent Constitutional and one house fire
Gov. Kirk has refused to sign ,the present committee setup."It .
Shaw! told The! Telegraph that
checks for: the Legislators. A appears to ma that 1t
these have
petitions appeared
around the state and that they Circuit Court in: Leon County would be very advantageousto My Sincere ThanksTo
are coming from Gov. Claude held the pay raise valid and it assign a chairman to
Kirk's office. "It's more of a will go to the Supreme Court: of the departments, agencies or Movies -
for a hearing on Monday Sept. organizations) which we control 1r I
political glmick than a real desire -
15. contribute funds to .1 be-
to sit down and discuss:; or) The Voters Of '
reasonable" pay for the Legis believe It should be his responsibility :! : The Florida'Theater and the Jason Robards, Claudia Cardinale : -
lators, he said.SMITH to review and budget re- 301 Drive-In have changed to and Charles Bronson, Is .
Joe McDonald quests, personnel or policy their fall and winter schedules slated for Florida's screenSunday
changes, etc., before they ere with the Florida showing films through Tuesday Starke.
Services HeldWord presented to the Board," Bryan Friday through Tuesday and the Sergio Leone, Italian writer' .
wrote in his proposal.The drive-in Friday, Saturday and director who has been accredited r
PLUMBING Commissioner then out Sunday. with helping revive the Western FOR GIVING ME FIRST
AND SUPPLY CO.Contracting has been received here lined the committees in four Don Knotts stars in "The Is director of this film
that Joseph: R. (Joe) McDonald : idea of a
"with th3
groups Love God" one of the two which Is set during the
54, of Starke, was stricken assigned as PLACE IN THE FIRST
and repairs | commissioner being movies set for the Florida period of the building of the
Plumbing Fixtures by a fatal heart attack whil chairman of each" He also Theater- on Friday and Saturday railroads across the West in the1870's.
vacationing in Nebraska. He "tried to group the! PRIMARY.We .
Water Heater Pumps I II stated he Co-starring are Anne Fran-
Filters .| was employed as a project engineer departments, etc., together cis, Edmond O'Brien and The movie has an "M" rating.
I Irrigation -
with the State Road Department. proximity in
which have a close James Gregory. Showing at the drive-In during -
[Water Softeners
design and function. This film received an "M" weekend will be "In LikeFlint"
PHONES: He is survived by his wife The four groups and the departments rating, meaning it Is suggestedfor and "The Boston Strangler -
Madge Whigham McDonald of are: safety and pro- mature audiences. ," James Coburn is Flint, an
1964-6023 or 964-58321 Starke. tectioncivil defense, dog con- Second half of the double agent for ZOWIE (Zonal Organ- invite all voters to join us in the Second Primary -
(Please make a note of I Funeral services ware held trol, fire department, mosquito feature is "Dead Run", in ization of World Intelligence
| our numbers In your| at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, control: publicity and public which Peter Lawtord< a CIA Espionage) Sept. 23.
with interment in Hebron. of Commerce -
hose book) Improvement-Chamber agent assigned to recover In this movie ZOWIE and
Nebraska. Development Authority, stolen NATO documents, chases Flint are confronted with a
library, and recreation; health the petty thief who has them bevy of beauties who intend to of Starke
Jimmy Bowen will all the people
-I and welfare commodity pro- from Berlin to Lucerne, then make this truly a woman's serve
economic agency, health to Paris. world I
gram Munich and finally
CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL department, hospital, and wel Other stars In the film are Starring in addition to Co- impartially and with the courage to fight for your
fare department; and traffic Ira Furstenberg Georges Geret burn are Lee J, Cobb Jean
and land use-agriculture de- and Maria Bucella Hale and Andrew Duggan. welfare.
partment Inspection station, This picture has been rated "The Boston Strangler," rated
Robert L. KitchensTile road department and zoning "R" with persons under 16 not "M", U billed as "the true storyof
board admitted unless accompaniedby the self-confessed Boston Again I Thank You,
adult guardian. Strangler
a parent: or
Contractor "Once Upon a Time in the Stars are Tony Curtis, Henry
DOUGLAS REUNIONThe West" starring Henry Fonda, Fonda, and George Kennedy JIMMY BOWEN
Douglas (si) family will
hold its annual reunion on Sunday
1020 E. CALL ST. 964-6923 Sept. 21, at Camp O'Leno
,: STARKE, FLORIDA State Park'south of Lake City.:
,, Registration starts at 10 a.m.,
and each family is asked to
bring a picnic lunch. Jessie<
SAMPLE BALLOT Gleason, Lake City

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Pleased With Jamboree Performance 'The Paint SEE Peorfe',

- -- -
"Pretty; well pleased" is An off-sides penalty nullified makes a big difference." .tion prior to the first game
Coach David Hurse's way of a nine yard gain over left tackle Only difference In the two Sept 19 with Macclenny C NIjJI
describing his Tornadoes' per- by quarterback Mike Nor- teams Hurse said, "was our Ralph Morgan, veteran line-
formance In the second annual man on the first series of mistakes." Hurse has said backer, was credited with play
pre season football jamboree downs against Palatka. That t many times In the past sea- ing an outstanding defensive
Saturday night Sept. 6,In Gain would have been a first down sons that the team whi makes game, however. Morgan got the I CENTRAL PAINT
esville. for the Big Red. the fewest mistakes usually majority of the tackles made by STORES INC.
BHS grldders lost 6-0 to On its first series of downs : wins the ball game. the Tornadoes.
Palatka in the final six sec- the veteran Palatka eleven could Palatka did move the ball on Christv Chandler, Mike Nor- 636 NW. 13th STREET3AINESVILLE
onds of that quarter of play. get only one first down againstthe his team better than he thought; man, and Jimmy Alvarez were
I They looked good In the fifth Tornado defense, moving the b Hurse Indicated. also praised for their defensive "HONK 370-1281
quarter In defeating a big ball from the Palatka seven to backfield play.
Ocala team 60.A the 25. "Defensively we've got a lot
mistake, a ball centeredover Going from their 24 on the 1 of work to do. Our kids still
the punter's head, led to second series against the Pa- ? have not mastered the techni- Pre-Opening Sale
the defeat by Palatka. Two latka team, the Tornadoes ques of our new defense." The
penalties also knocked the moved to the Brave 47. They Tornadoes have instituted a CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMESOf
Tornadoes out of two firs downs got a first down on a sweepof 4-4-3 defense and will use the
against Palatka, killed two budding the right end by Christy "r; old 5-4 very little. The new Starke Fla.
drives and turned the ball Chandler for 10 yards. That, V.w rL defense utilizes four linebackers ,

over. coupled with a 15-yard personalI and Just four linemen. WORLD'S LARGEST DEALER OF MOBILE
The "tackles" will be small
t quick men who can get past HOMES

wish to thank the votersof i j opposing linemen No Reasonable Offer Refused

\ \
Starke for their fine g :\ Offensively, the Tornado Backed by written warranty on all new Mobile

vote and support given me passing quite different game will as local also fans look Homes Here Today To Serve You Tomorrow

in the September 9th elec.grateful Little Dale ,John, center with ball, rips Gainesville. John drew praise for his bleeksaw Saturday night severaloff CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMESU.
a short gain against Palatka In the Foot lag from Coach David Hure. times. The quarterback pitches
will forever be ball Jamboree Saturday at Citizens Field In out to the haflback In what S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964.7172
M could HA an end run_ hilt aev-
oral times; i threw the
foul penalty against Palatka Ocala lost 10 yards In three day. But Saturday night before
moved the ball Into Brave ter plays against the Tornado defense playing Ocala he pointed out ball.The entire BHS offense run- WEATHER BULLETIN; _

ritory. and BUS took over again the off sides mistakes, and ning and passing game Is
w But Norman could not move after the punt rolled deadat told his players committinga based on the option play with
ELVERIA DEVOE j jArrov the Big Bed eleven in three the Ocala 45. mistake once or twice was the reactions of the defense
downs, then on the punt play Johns skirted right end for enough and after that they should dictating who will carry the
center Tommy Blackshear'ssnap five yards and Jimmy Alvarez stop. ball each play or whether It
flew over the head of whipped around right end for 11 Coach Hurse indicated Mon- will be a run or a pass.

\::::::::;:*;:::::::*:::*:::::::::-:::%:::::::::::::: ::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mark Milner. Palatka took over yards as the period ended. day that he expects his 1969 ball 1 L
:::; on the Bradford 27 yard line. The loss to Palatka appar- club to be able to run the ball "Norman (the BHS signal
-'c.,1\:' :;:: ently took much of the shine .
:::: on anybody.The caller) did a good job. He
I:: Gains through the Tornado
off the win over Ocala for the
difficult position
plays a
line of Y, 3, and 9 yards gave Tornadoes. coach had praise for very / ,
to our offense. He has a lot
Palatka a first down at the "We've got a lot of inex- the Tornado offensive line. He- "
;j:1: The Opening OfVAN'S :i: BITS 3. It took two more downto perienced boys. I sit'sonly pointed out Palatka has nine of"The responsibility quarterback, must Hurse read says.the
get the ball a yard to the natural for them to make starters returning this seasonto
he misses
defensive If
.y. BHS 2. On third down a Pa- mistakes," Hurse said Mon- five for the BHS. "That the play is dead." ftt
I latka rnffln rnrtu ru>'". was r&s
:: PLUMBINGSERVICE incomplee Interference was i.a

called on Tornado Tim Mur- Norman looked good runningand

!11i i1; phey. Footballers called a good game, the
.':.:: BHS coach said.
.... :: Officials then penzlitzed BHS
.. .:..:.
termed the
.... half way to the goal and gave Dale Johns was
Palatka a first down. The Pa outstanding offensive blockerin
III il1! latka fullback scored the Tornado backfield. He
on the
: COMMERCIAL; Correct MiscuesWork
RESIDENTIAL next play over the right side threw several key blocks, the t ,.
;1:. REPAIRS REMODELING\ :;:: of the Tornado line with 6 sec- coach said and ran well on .- A

11t ALL WORK GUARANTEED | ons left to play. Deceiving In Bradford High football There Is also work on the occasion.In the. offensive line Bill ..
against Ocala, after sessions this defense day. "It's the
practice every
ii!! Expert Workmanship 10 Yrs. Experience I!! that team elected to kick'off, week has been concentrated first thing we do," Hurse .says. ister Buby,, and Buddy Danny Sapp,Jackson Len Reg-all

BHS' Chandler returned to his mostly on correcting mistakes But the conch still has not played well, the coach said.
1m PHONE 964.6313 :I m? 22 yard line. mada In the jamboree last Saturday found the right combination.The All are inexperienced except mvf R'f.

111j Starke FloridaNOTICE 1j1|! according to Coach David Tornado ends are still Buby, a two year letterman -
: j Dale Johns got two yards up Hurse. I not dclng the Job Hurse ex- who ..,
;i:::::::::::':::::!*::KXWVX-::::::::::::;:::!:::!::::::::::::::;;:;:*:::::::;:.:::::::.::::.:: :1ji: the middle and Norman went played outstandingball
: to
::: have changeour
:: ::: ::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: around Ocala end the The passing game being runoff pects. "We may + "r
right on Saturday.
the triple option play has defense If they don't come
option keeper for nine yards Split end Tim Murphey drew :
also come in for much atten- through. *!
and a first down. praise for catching his pass
tion. Players have also been Veteran Rnlrh Morgan, play- and was credited with play- .
concentrating on their assign- Ing mlddU linebacker! now, has
ing an aggressive offensive ball
On third down and 12 yardsto ments on the option.NEW8MAKINGCotton. been outstanding on defenseIn
go situation. Chandler! threwa the past week, Hurse says. game.
halfback pass to Murphey. Defensively, the Big Tornadowas
elected exciting
Morgan has also been new AUTOMATIC
the split end, Murphey had to disappointed. Palatka ran
An Adult Class in Welding come bck for the ball, but captain of the 1969( Tornado the ball on the Tornadoes fair- II!!!!!m E LE IBS' CONTROLS I
Will varsity by his teammates. ly well. Hurse indicated that a+ L iIII Ir'OO Just DIAL comfort!
Begin September 25 1969AT the play went for 23 yards anda your
defense will get much atten- Push a button to start or
first down at the Ocala 49.
Two :switches were made by OIL HOME HEATER snow FLOORSWEEPI
THEBradfordUnion BHS coaches during the waek.
Norman exploded up the mid- Jerry Lee, 215 pound Junior,
AreaVocationalTechnical dle on first down on the coun- has been moved to center from Grid Parents give you amazingSWEEPING

ter option and raced 49 yards tackle. Pete Vaughn, 180-pound
CenterTHE for the Tornado score. Johns sophomore, has been moved: Annual Night FLOOR HEAT
threw block and Nor-
a good
from offensive guard to tight Set FridayThe
man neatly changed stride to end. The golden louver In the floor heat outlet are motor driven to
CLASS WILL MEET EACH THURSDAY elude two Ocala defenders who annual rotate back and larlh-sweeping the heat over the Hoot AH new

7:00 P.M. TO 10:00: P.M. apparently had him corneredat the parents of parents'varsity night and jun-for in performance, styling and exciting colon: this new SIEGLER
th e 20. The extra point gives you a new dimension In beating comfort See it eooalt"s !
attempt failed. J V SquadTo ior varsity football players is
The tally came with 8:11: left scheduled Friday. Sept. 12. at
ENROLLMENT\ LIMITED in the period, but Ocala's first Open 7:30: p.m. In the Bradford High '
drive was killed by a fumbleon Grid SeasonThe gym. / A Fact You Can
Call 964-6150 For Assignment the kick off. BHS' Rich-

ard Sapp, a 195pound tackle Those activities will precedean Do Better At"
If you are interested in learning the skill of car recovered. 1969 football season will Intrasquad scrimmage to
pet installation, approximately a 60 hour course Dale Johns had a nice run of open In Bradford County next begin at 8 p.m. Each team
contact the Vocational-Technical Center. 11 yards as the Tornadoes droveto Thursday Lept. 18. at 7 p.m. varsity nnd Junior varsity will
the Ocala 25 before givingup when the Tornado junior var- scrimmage for two quarters. DENMARKFURNITURE
on downs corduroy sity maets Gainesville High.
takes on a different
look for fall. This time it's Fifty boys are out for the JV The parents of every varsity
- ---- -- - according to Coach Jim
ribless with a plush surface. squad and junior virsity: are invitedto COMPANY
Puritan Sportswear uses it fora Darllngon. Most are ninth grad- attend both events Coach
handsome jacket with heavy ers and almost none have foot- David Hurse says. Refresh- .
Business 43 1 W. Call St. Phone 964-5827
I IGAINESVillE DirectoryAir track stitching on seams and 'ball experience. ments will be served at par-
yoke cuffs. and newly narrowed "They're willing and they're ent's night. L, STARKE, FLORIDA

coming along slowly" Darlington -

ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES Starlce Raceway says. The Baby Tornadoesare
Equipment ; running the same defenseas .....-
RESULTSStarke the varsity the coach says, -
MUSTANG and the triple option Is difficultfor
Heating By Santa Fe Tractor
Mobile Homes Inc. Raceway results for the youngsters to master.
General Electric ,
FORDFarm Sunday. Aug. 8. (Owner, horse, The youngsters have a lot = -
Russ's Sheet Metal Inc. Tractors It Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobile and rider. Winner first, runnerup of spirit" and Darlington thinks! .
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter USED EQUIPMENTSALES Home Sale Lot. second): they will develop Into a ball .
PART SERVICE 1st 220 Tommy club.
Tel. 376-8282 I NEW MOON CAPELLA race yds. -
"""* BRONZEWOOD Reans, Champ, Dean Brown; The Baby Tornadoes play an

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES Low Monthly Payment Tresh Myers, Popcorn Donald eight-game schedule. t .:

4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 Nettles. "..'
Johnson & Faris Inc. '
BRASINGTONCADILLAC 2nd race 220 yds. Robert

OLDSMOBILE Jordan Price, Van Prescott; ..'
SALES & SERVICE SEEDS- PLANTB- MOTORCYCLES Bobby Pate, Sua, Creg Pate; We specializein ,
Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS YOUR BANK u
Fine Selection of Used Can Leo Thornton Tempo Glenda

Taken On Cadillac Trades AMAHABMW Thornton.3rd building t -=-- da.LI 1 Lawml. Jw.u ,,.341..0.:1o .::
2801 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertlltaer Spreader eta race 220 yds. Ronnie : J .L. J.J -...IIirt !} .
224 N.W. Rib Ph. 378-047 Underhill Candy owner; Carol solid financial r

CRANE I 'Sales-* Parts Service Sherrlng Toby owner.
MATERNITY WEAR 4th 220 yds. Bobby foundations ,,
LINCOLN' MERCURY 615 W. University 378-2811 race -.I/a N..VG'
Pate, Sue, Creg Pate; Gerl .
Authorized Sales It Service ;
-MOTHERS-TO-BE 1IUSICBALDWIN Thlgpen Hardtlme, Ronnie Un- t
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 A FULL LINE OF derhill.

Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks 5th race, 220 yds. Ronnie

MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas -Bathing' Suits Underhill, Candy owner; Carol -
606 E. University PIANOS- Sherrlng Toby, owner I
Phone 372-4251 EXPECTANTLYYOURS ORGANS. 6th 250 yds. Bobby
race t
INC. CHOKI Of Tm ARTOTVO'vllle Pate, Sue, owner; Bubba Bran- Best friend a taxpayer has :j
I '
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .cIP/wu" MUSJ r.. l1tt, Gator, Kim Prescott; Joe I'I'SttvaU.
Popper, Underhill 0
7M W. University Op'. S.F.JjC.
Shopping Ctr. 3723353 Feature RAge<<: ::. It's one of our checks that you've made pay- ;

Mechanical CONTRACTOR 7th race. 220 yds.-Vasco. For- able to the Internal Revenue Service for :
4 wheel drive and oars syth Van Prescott
Holly Mom ;
'68 taxes. Why? Because when :
Sales Parts Service MOVERS Bubba Branlltt, Tom, Bobby your we re-

Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. Pate < turn it to you, cancelled, it automatically
1700 N. Main 37S-1266 Lone Distance Moving 8th race 300 yds. Herbert Making plans for your family'sfuture becomes undeniable
'. Thompton'ii Refrigeration Stance PackingCrating Prescott, Red Man Van Eres- I j I ? Let your New York Life your easytofindproof

Beauty Academy Service a Shipping cott; Adro Brown Star Dean Agent put his skills to work for t of payment. for years to come. .
Heating Air Conditioning Free Estimates CaU :Brown; Edward Adldns, B. you. Together, you can make Another advantage of having a checking
V Repair on White Appliances I sure your financial' foundation'son
Bailey, Bobby Pate.
HILL'S account at this Full Service bank!
Industrial Combustion Service 9th race 250 yds. Merrill solid around.Burge

: Beauty AcademyLearn Boiler Room Sale Service Van Service Inc; Grlffls, Sugar Red Van Prescott ;
3038 N. Waldo Rd. Galneavifle : Bubba BrorJitt, Tom SearingSPECIAL t
Profession In Your
Telephone 372212MEN'S 3S40 N.E. Waldo R4. G'vUle Bobby Pate. '
Spare Time. Full or Part Time 314771
10th 220 yds. VaseoPorsyth !
race. -
219 N.W. lOth. 378-2766 AGENT FLORIDA
WEAR Holly Mom, Van Prescott

11th race 100 yd. dash-Adro I BANK AT STARKE
Sells GLASS CO. Brown, Star Dean Brown; Van 118 N. MYRTLE ST.
Motor Repair Co. Prescott Fly Red owner; Oer- Phone 964-5633
Arrow Shirts rioraheln Shoe Glass .
Formal Reatal Mirrors Sliding Doors bert Prescott, Red Man, Bobby Member Federal Deposit Insurance
Of Gainesville Inc. Tub Enclosures Shower pooraj Pate. Corp.

Repairing; RewindingNew 61 Ladle Spoiirwear Furniture Tope Windows Race are held each, Sunday.Everyone One of 30 Banks
of the
4knd Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awning welcome. No admis II. Florida National Group
fU N. W. 16th Ph. 372-9318{ GAINESVILLE: MALL 118 N.W. 16th St. STMU1 sion. .

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::.;. afternoon dress for the Mrs. Maggie
blue ton with her mother.
In the presence Mrs. Mountain.! Ala. Mrs. D. E. Hill attended the ford County. Jo'I<>rl".I. prnitf of pnlilli'lltl, in "f (rhln..>,
i simple ceremony Blrt, and with Mr. and .
f .
Joe Wiggins spent a week In 9-4 It 9.2SNotice fl>' the flitltliMin nu m.' .if '"..11'
:.-:: Graham: i I HAMPTON ) of family and friends. Mr. E. L. Birt and. sons. Hera also Jacksonville with his mother t Florida Baptist!' WMU conference Dell rii>nner" .. under. "hl.'h I mileniraired
: and Mrs. W. A. Saxon of Hollywood lor the Labor Day weekend at Lake Yale from Tues-- Of nti'titl'in[ TV r.CRlatrr. : In .bimtnvHH Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, and aunt #>trt.. StMrUe FMrlil.i.Tpttnl '
I 1::1;! By Mrs D. E. HOI j1 j parents of the bridegroom were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birt Mrs. Eva Menafee, over the day through Thursday this 10'1<'IK 11111111.luM'fbv NameVntlit" privet" thnt .the Ohetit' 1. III: :J. Ito" ; 140R(
By athy Lefevers were present for occasion and their son-in-law
}.. tIS: $I :8: and attending from Mr. and Mrs. Lee Deech. Labor Levi Day Rhoden holiday.was taken to Mr., : and Mrs.!' Leo Wiggins ofJacksonville .Inn.'111..1.1"1.of Cliapter. of I'Ml.;2np3a',: ;will f..iu r""I.-,'f her Dated" .\. n.thin l It! ;t'i'lid at"day:Mtnrki1'nid.ofii'ptom: --

Hampton were Mrs. Bertha Mc- all of St. Petersburg. Bradford County Hospital Sat- were !Sunday din.per ter with the ri..rk of tli. rir.MiltCourt "*onl COIIIII)'. Florida.
CHURCH NEWS COUNCIL Intosh and Miss Gall Saxon. David Earnest of Miami spent which he guests!' at the home of Mr. In and 1 fur, nrndfi' \ '.r.1 l !>-4 It (9-J3:
fall in
DISCUSSES urday, after a
,. rnolpt <>f -
The GA's met Tuesday Aug. STREET PROBLEMSAt grandmother and cousin of the last week here with .Mr. and Injured his leg. endfrs.. George Williams! and County Florida upon

26, to elect: officers: President. groom. Mrs. Wallace Collins and family visited also! with Mr. and Mrs

Cathy Letevers; Vice President : meeting.Monday night's County City Commissioner Council The newlyweds are making returning home last week Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dirt have W. H. Maxwell Sunday after :!

Carmen Lester; Secretary Buck Norman met with their home In Hollywood, where end. sold their home and part of noon. lIRudd Gas Water Heaters

&: Treasurer Nancy Weiasingsr! ; the group to discuss problems !lie Is employed. John Zlma of Cicero, HI. is their farm acreage to Mr. and .
The refreshments this week DONNA DAVIE HONOREDMrs. 'pending several weeks here Lake. Tnt .
concerning roads and the Mrs. Wood of Kingsley 300'''' OC Anpllcntliin Fur .
were lemon cake and punch. dump. Road repair has been Richard Davie was guestof with his nephew: and niece. The Birts have begun" construction fire int.need to. F. n.Notice :heats water 3 times faster!
The WMU invited the OA'sto honor at a baby shower Mrs. Paul Babyar, ..
made more necessary by recent Mr. and of a new home on their In Hereliy Given, that
visit with them next: Tues- Thursday evening. Sept. 4, at near Hampton.Mr. remaining property just southof Mr. T. .Alderman, the hnld'-r
rains, which is true all .
over rertlHcntr luu-
day night to see how the WMU the county Mr. Norman said. Hampton/ Baptist Church. Twen and Mrs. niy Brannen the Verdo Saltsrs. They: planto of filed the rnlil fnlloInir ccitlflonteK tor n tax Rivers Of Hot Water At

functions: He promised assistance for both ty-four guests were present for and children of Ft. Myers were move :soon! Into the former deed to l lop l.mie
the problem areas aa soon as the occasion of games and gift- visitors here last weak with his George Blrt home In Hampton of Irwunnce.number the ilewrlptlon. and" yeurn ofproperty LOW, LOW COST
VISITS ;MADE Possible opening. Refreshments of decorated great-aunt Mrs. T. F. Brown next to Mrs. Maggie Birt while and the name In which
Miss Sheila Starling; la. ;spending cakes, candies, and Raleigh Bran- It nan nened are n$ follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Addison were and with the they complete work Qn their Certlflcnte No :3S. Year of Innunnoe -
the weekend with her granted a license to operate a punch were served from a table Hens at Bedford Lake. new farm horns.WISH 1 6r.Dp".riJ.llon. COMat xc Pay For It From Your
grandmother, Mrs. Paul Underhill trimmed with baby' clothes. Fowler hoped to .t prol'p". "
"teen center" located next to Mrs. Dewey tiN ('on .C SE'. of ;NWii; K Utility
of Starke. the old PERSONALSMr. be able to return home Wednes- run W' 291! Ft :s P" Io't. I: zprFt"
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dial Jr. postoffice. and Mrs. Gary Johns are from Bradford County I'D SAID e; M3 FT F. Ir FT.N3! ;;
It day $J.C:
was reported that both fire V.I. III ron 1oS: : 1228 1"1.
and daug ters, Faye and Connie trucks the parents of a son, Cameron Hospital where'! she has betA 2r."T-8-8S."ri-22-n. : FOR
: are In working order Sept 1. THAT Xanie In nhtrh n...e"*eU Mrs.Q. .
went to an all night Gospel Shaun, born Monday, receiving treatment. The Fowlers ;
and ready for practice by S. Bradley BST.'
Sing: at Wayc 'oss. Ga. the fire department. runs at Bradford County Hospital In, moved recently from their All of UHlil property l hcii,4 In $2.00 Per Monthon
Mrs.: G. L. Lester visited! with fire Regular: Starke. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. home at 301 Junction to Starke. the County of Dmdfoi'd. State
drill will be held tonight Finrida.rnle. .
Fred Hall of Hawthorne to celebrate (Thursday) at 7:30.: Johns of Hampton and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams nf ..n mien certificate or certificated Economical Slade Gas
Mr. Hall's 62nd birthday. D. H. Thomas of Gainesvilleare Howell Williams ani shall be redeemed a*
Businesses In Hampton are to Inth. prowertv *lencrllx'd -
Carmen and Lee there al. returned last cording CALL NOW
were reminded that their grandparents. Charlie Baker You sometimes 'hem' In mtch certificate" or
so. Mrs. Thelma Mllligan of Tuesday after a vacation trip poli- certificate" will be gold to thehiahrat

:Mr.: and Mrs. William E. The clerk expire will issue September: licenses 30. Ocala visited: here Wednesdaylast to the Smoky Mountains, Including ticians refer to the have's and door on bidder the< flr at"t the Monilnv court. In house the SLADE GAS :332 W. MADISON

Starling and daughters. Sheila new week with her aunt Mrs. Cherokee, N. C., Gatlin. ha"enot's."hat they overlook month of October, 1989! !\tlilrh Is 1 1the PHONE
to be delivered by Marshal I PtlP. 964-7701
is that these 6th and Krlsty, spent the week at Rock City Tenn.. categoriesoften
F. Brown. and
Parker the last week In Septem T. burg Dated this 21t.>t day of August"
Paradise! Island Lake. ber. Mrs. Mildred: Deevers and sightseeing Into Virginia. On parallel the did's and lini.

daughter, Frances, of Norfolk. their! way home they spent sev- didnot's.James H. Russell (SEA I.)Pharlen A. Parhv, I

VISITORSMr. SCHOOL NEWS CORRECTION Va.. spent last week in Hamp eral days with relatives at Sand The Belton (Tex. ) Journal. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brail-:

and :Mrs. Ralph Davis Kindergarten and-or first- .

and children of Palatka Mrs. grade students: who walk home (

Irene Pushover daughter Nancy must wait until school Is out T -T.: tI't ,
and son Nicholas of Jacksonville unless their parents pick them ARMYNA VY f

and Calvin Black ofJacksonville up at 12:15: p.m.-contrary to pp."O.f..
spent the weekend! what I put in the Hampton 1 DISCOUNT S10RE5
with Mrs. Mattie Davis. News last week. According to .

Mrs. Margaret Hudson of state law Principal Lennard 0 lQ

Columbus Ohio spent time with Register says, the school Is responsible *

Mr and Mrs. Barnes. At the: for children until regular

end of the stay they had as school closing time, and

dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. these young children in first

Markus Hun. grade and kindergarten will be

Lesley Jones: and family of allowed to leave at 12:15: the

Hampton visited Mr. and Mrs first six weeks, only provided .YfO oticou.r ale...
Carl Jones last Friday. their parents pick them up in

Linda and Peggy Clayton of person. Any different: arrangements .

Starke spent the day with Mr. for other adults to pick

and Mrs. J. A. Grlffls.: up the children early should be

Miss: Tina Ratliff spent the made through Mr. Register at MEN'S NYLON' LADIES' SKIRTS KEM 2CHLORINATOR AIR OR SIPHON VINYL

weekend with her grandmother, the school office. '
Mrs. Irene Ratliff. Mr. Register also said that CIGARETTES .
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Langfordand the school has a student handbook Ii %l C 4' '' -' ALL BRANDS .

daughter: Brenda of Gainesville tv.3! year which Include i I\i fA rr"f .- Fits under an airline 1 1v
meal '
and Mrs. Wilma Starling sohedules and policies of Hampton 'II' Easy care Nylon .nr "ri a to t':1:7"!, /
and daughter, Teresa of Elementary School. These Short sletvei 1l ;e 11.-11.. tNa1 yf 'S/jl Ir p carry acccno'iet, ; ;
/ lINf t /j'i
visited Mi' and Popular slid colors IL.Sues IL. Y Center : threeoutttde ( ;
High Springs, were sent home by the: children, t Sml. Hed., LtMEN'S y 4 I E opening pocket !
Mrs. Carl: Jones. but in case the child failed to 'tNlull ., .
Colen Ratliff Jr. of Gainesville lh ,.. ,, trlnll. I.w fI NUN 1 1'II'
bring one ham, parents are I +u {NV( ao heint f.t wn YnY.r YOU SAVE 52.11I
is now stay'ng' with Ms asked to come by the school I INInMN111 rM N,11.
grandmother. Mrs. Irene Rat- and pick one up. l r" 'MOVES GALLONS IN
N/Ml -
and attending school In \I 0' I N1) .INats 1
liff Enrollment at Hampton was t CARTON '
\ Starke. He also visited with his 171 on Tuesday last weak: the 4 1 PI 1 / / /

, parents Sunday. first day of school l. and by Sn

i Mrs. Mandy Smith has returned : Monday this week had risen to

to the home of Mrs. Etta 195. W CKER
I, Dyal after a two weeks stay In ERMANENSrPRES A PLASTIC f

I Jacksonvllls: with her sister, PTA MEETING SEPT. 23 v HAND WHIPPED P LAUNDRY BASKE EAGLE 7X35
Mrs. Emma Atkins. Mrs. Atkins Hampton Elementary PTA \ r SLIPS p 1N lMNln rl,' Bttl.l;
t (
f spent the" day with them. will hold Its first meeting: of t PENNY LOAFERS I ;LN"NM.I1/,4.unuh.m, ;;?, nar ,, I 'I\ CENTER FOCUSBINOCULARS
!'Mrs. Thelrtia"Dyal ,'isltdfro:! the 1969-70 school year Tuesday N"N1-1ee1roNNN//M I
and Mrs. Mantalls of St. Augustine evening, 'Sept. 23, at 7:30: p.m. Classic, styling in I 'eN.,rMN / '
; {''tstl routly/S1/ /
( at the school according to Mrs. ? soft Rich' vinyl cordovan I color I .a., -"' 1.1t Lti'y: "", .BADMINTON. SETS I 1 1 i I// / ., Fan cent..focw
: Mrs. Irene Ratliff visited Mrs. Wallace Collins, president. beNNU.Na/ 1 r
: Tricot !lined 1 h.",,, \ rW far M r [Dated
Starke last met with I .........w" n
1 Brandy Collins in PTA represenatlves Sues 6 ,1012 1 I /i anewlw, Carrpn, craps and case
.. I.' LmA' NnMdl
/Yn .11 n1
: Friday. Her grandson Jimmie, Principal Register at the school l ti-; .
You SAVE S2C '.1
I was with her. last month, discussing school l \r "':t 2 PLAYER 4 PLATERp01lll SHING you SAVE Ii.o0

,I and making plans for the year.
Playground equipment for,the GIRLS' NYLON 'Im /a SANDING KITS
: :ulKe. Q* \ni.lleiulon Fur' Til*. / \ '
1 i f urVilro. kindergarten is one of the first I "/IIeNI
> in l.lfr. K. !* of the and they TOM WEISKOP' 1)N' .n/.Ua. .
that projects group, .,
Nutlce: Is li.-.ruy Ul> n Ii 1. 'IINW./IsrN, I r
Mr. 'i. J. Aia.rmnn. tne n'Milerut are presently looking for dona- =. '","',;I,::: :,I:'. S. GOLF BAILSnNUN11.n4t.U ..01. ..1"".,
.. .
tlti .at -" HUH .. .. --... -
the fulluwins 11 '---' .. iMEN'S
swing-sets, '
lions of outgrown ay MACGREGOR ''
filed, HBKI 1 cei-uin-Htu' fur a .tax 'St ;, .... h
deed to IJK I IIIIIU".1 I n.;"*,,". Ill"fertiflinte sandboxes or otter equipmentfor IOLlD, YOU SASS 2O'BOXER o
luiniuem. aivl yenrjol the fenced-ln play area Just sou ssv114. cane __ _
Iw-uuniv. the. .I..r".IIo,1I< a fill IflI
the ixviivitr, and Ul. names" us In outside the kindergarten class SHORTS ..i- '00.t4/2'0"2if ., ALADDIN LUNCH
wiilin I II ," jirwiimid are room'door. Anyone who has _

fulluw.CrrUIcate: No. 75. Year ot h. equipment to donate for this! Is t S.T.P. OilTREATMENT KITS

asked to contact Mrs. Collins 100" Cotton
"ISStr.'p.'ln. of Pr''P''''tX.l LotBeiniJ SCOPE 1 WITH
m.5; Ft. -N & S U>' '" *.f: 468.1475; or the school, 4681212. Full cut for s / ;
KfcM U>'in ( Aiul Ulng> of In ...itJ. :: Saturday, a Softball backstop ''r4 .[naGemlerl ,, LADIES SLACK SETS r ," MOUTH WASH ... I oaiii i: t I f THERMOS I
of .N\V i. .. \
o'i : "
CUlt ., I .
J: the old school Fancy patterns lat. ed
moved from '
: r
i'XKIIIB too" 'UII
ut .Nli'i.: !st,,-"- *". 1.1\\ =' --- was { f Tri1N111, un MKe'f. :! f, a r attractive''
In wnll h a88..d Mu- playground to the new and the Sues 30 to 42 .,In. .SCOPE j .nollu" !tNNe Assorted
die \\ nlliiniH. KST.: In to repair and move .. NI, am 1)r 101. -v .. .. ..,, I.,......mf t lll v'aQ designs in variety
PTA plans ,
being "
sold .liioiisrty 1 Aro lalr,0 1 ocolOri
or o.lrnlN
the All County of urtulforU. stalo the ofd merry-go-round from ;s}{, YOU SAVE l0e / 'o Nqn/ ml + Ief MKi H/ 1! Oa, O,L "...... ; .

"'uiiSlJ'iu.h r certificate or i.rtlfUatii. the yard of the old school for I t ,, rN1 rot II p1MEAl '
'"" '
fhnll br l redeemed .. use at the new school play
0 -
"",ding tu law the P'uprrt|. y. ur aAR l1YUNOIYI Its ru/u
.. ground. "
.lIlIcul. -
:.- : In K"'h I.y, sou f.re tl oo 4.N'
Scribed 1 1 II 1. 'YMN.NN r.N eUtvu
the ,
..: et'rtlllcat(.. wlli I I.e .old to LABBY-SAXON WEDDINGThe t .ber ,weN aN/l -
N' "
i' highest)h'. dour kidder,.n the at ell,the I.aWadali courtouar :: r bride's home In southeast / CABLES urll

humth 1)1 0tluler. I."U'. the: setting for : -
i, III Nth day at U..I'u" t.U5 Gainesville: was .- leoe. 1 ; NEVER
.:. I"ualfod this Hilt day "tu.l the wedding of M.3KathY: ( 'fUSN/CN/ .1)r r.Ke IN1 \ y ] GD' BEFORE!

.:: trot. Labby and Billy Saxon of M EN S (001 J LADIES' _

:::. Clerk pa.\L:ChurleN"f) '',.\.F u"Dnrb
told Counts = .t 06t 9.u daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. MirM Ib11ih h1N V Quest/
, Art Labby, the bride wore aSCOTTY'S INIMI<,I0' \h IkN SiwJr ci: < : ", 'ou 10" '0' PIPE & DRAIN CLEANER 1 10W30 ORr
::: White and colors \m' ,1 toi'd e.fl.frYNN1a. i iVN Ne nYn! RACING OIL NE' ho .. '
clN.rra ">'0''" W -r'. .bat I ,

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(Telegraph publisher E. L. Matthews was invited to Dear Mr. Matthews: To whom it may concern:

accompany Marine Attack Squadron 142 on its summer I sometimes wish you would

Training at Roosevelt Roads allow me to run a "ThinkingOut
Puerto Rico. This is thesecond
Loud" column in your fine When I first came to Hampton
of a series describing events cf memorable
a paper so I could stir up a 44 years ago the little
five days in "the gateway to the Caribbean." little more activity and Interestin Hampton Christian Church was

'1,"... our Starke Economy!! working little church. We
getting from RR to SJ, it would
The guide book calls Puerto noon for San Juan Navy Base, require hours of waiting in San //1" :Ja. i would have a house Endeavor
Rico "the land of perpetual with return trip from SJ at Perhaps. I expect too much singing, Christian
spring." midnight (round trip $3). Juan late at night, before six ." but I wonder why the membersof twice a week, lots of young

The point is well taken. Wanting to see the sights of passengers could be recruited ''au the Bradford County; Deve- folks to work with. I raiseda
for the return trip in a publico. ..
lopment Authority do not have and lots more did.
During a five-day stay on the San Juan as soon as possible, family
Island it seemed as if I was I caught a shuttle bus down the The next day things workedout ,. more vital information in the There were three churches In
offa better. A young sergeantin 11.x. back of their heads? Your but one 'died nat-
perpetually springing on or mountain to the point from Hampton,
to from one the reserves and three of r LL Telegraph hinted they were all and now that leaves two:
shuttle bus. get urally
where the liberty bus was due to his buddies had rented a -k.,. .
in a dither because they could and the Christian.
side of Roosevelt Roads to the depart. After waiting more than the Baptist
Volkswagen upon arrival on the Close-up vttw of fl Morro torfntt hewing the cannon fort and lookect lower
not find the information in the Church has me-
other; or springing out'of the an hour ( I was told to be there The
island, and were hauling pass- C of C files and apparentlythey to fill the churchnow
of in mbers enough
way a honking publico or to be sure of getting a

around, San Juan. earl I finally asked some after engers duty into, for San$4 Juan a round each trip.day, beautuui to see but offers nothing and his men had-to head for clothes chang g process went may have had to contact but it seems like Lord they

A publlco, Inca'seyou'rewon- passing Marines if this was the We pulled off the base about (except gambling casinos) the hills and the Spanish moved on. Evidently there Is no law Pete Novak in Georgia.The don't have time for the

dering, is the Puerto Rican spot to catch the bus. One of 4 o'clock that afternoon turn- that can't be found in Miami back in.Well In Puerto Rico about changing one hour a week. The only
man's taxicab. A reg- them said it but the other Beach headed for the "old clothes In car dealer knows his car time some want to come to the
poor was, ing off the main highway half we so much for his a dark alley. The
ular taxi will take you any- one said "I don't believe it city" and a quick tour of ElMorro tory. Now back 'to the 20th let inventory, you know what you church is when one of the fam-
where you want to go ($15 the incredibly massive Century. pellets us depart In have for sale in your shop,* ily dies, and then they don'tneed
from RR to San Juan). l peace. likewise the corner grocery and our little church till the
one way tort that started with a small The fellows I rode to town Once In the casino de-
A publico (pronounced poo-bli- battlement in 1525 to keep pir- with (one of them was Sgt. cided that Sgt. Dyal and we his the super market. Bradford next time one passes on.
) will take for much less, of County Isn't such a huge terr- Our members are too busy
co you ates out the port and was Herbert Dyal of Mlramar Fla. friends
needn't have been
won't start for given so itory, and if every authority going places and having fun as
but any added to and enlarged overa who has relatives in Bradford
meticulous about their
point until he has six pass- / / /// period of more than 300 County) wanted to look around Though all the men did dress.haveon member had the Information on they call it. But don't ask

engers In his car, in additionto years until it became the lar- the gambling casinos. Every coats and ties outfits available Bradford County them to come to church as
himself.As gest fort in the Western Hem- hotel in the modern part of many commercial properties, then "we don't have time one hour
somewhat the
you may surmise, pub- isphere. It is hard to see how San Juan seems to have one. for wear hippy halrdoes when one or another memberwas per week to come." One day
licos are a bit on the chummy such a mass of stone could be Having heard that no male would bounded ; a- in Detroit, New York, or God won't have time for us if

side, with seven people in such b/ O'/ assembled, even today, with the be admitted to the gamblingroom sandals,with and some their patrons bell bottom wore East Burlap, they could speakup we don't do better.

close quarters. They do offeran : / aid of modern cranes and other without coat and tie, they pants. and "make a sale" and start Folks, think a little about this

element of surprise and excitement : devises. How It could have been' had stashed a change of clo- Air conditioning Is still a hit the motion to bring In new industry little church and come in and

however, since you done by hand labor -- Negro thes in the front end trunk of and miss sort of thing In Puerto to Bradford County. help or we will all die and haveto
know who'll wind in slaves Indians Is close down as three or four
never up and -- impossible our VW, and then began a search ,
Rico. Manx of the modem
your lap when you go over a to comprehend. for a spot to make the change. The other day I thought of little families can't go on. It
Miami Beach
bump or around a curve, which. UNQuE'RRrty While the fort was being built of type hotels have It, buying a truck so I asked my sure looks bad to go to church
{ There wasn't a service stationto course but most places 01
assistant to phone a local I know
is frequently.Taxi by the Spanish, belligerent EngliSh and see empty pews.
fare from "Rosy" ( the sea captains paid frequent be found, so finally we business operated the natives dealer and ask about prices, etc. the preacher gets tired of look-

popular name for Roosevelt visits to San Juan but found it drove into a dark ally behind rely on propeller r t type; ceilIng Eventually she reached the Ing and preaching to them, as

Roads) to Farjardo (Fa-hardo) impregnable from the sea. Fin- Howard Johnson's (they're in fans. The hotel where we owner who was the only one they can't sing and we can't

was $2, but the publico would ally, the Earl of Cumberland PR, too ) and raised the hoodto went was half and half. present at that moment to talk. save them.

settle for 25 cents, and didn't Fop. E 9r hit on the idea attacking from take out their change of The lobby was hot but the He cheerfully looked up prices, So turn over a new leaf and

seem to expect a tip. I soon the land side and was successful clothes. About this time a- !gaming room was air condit- etc. but not one word from him be at church next Sunday. God

learned that the natives never in occupying El Morro. long came the "policla" on his ioned. Evidently, they wantedyou on "who is talking, come over will be there looking fo r you.

tip the publico. If the fare is Shortly after the English midnight rounds. He stoppedten to keep your cool as you and see our trucks and drive If you take an hour, morningor

15 cents, he gets 15 cents -- no moved in, however, an epide- paces away, and stood eyeIng lost your dough. one," etc. Is there something night, you will prosper b3
more, no less--and seems per us suspiciously, obviously The young sergeant who drove lacking? it. God has been good to peo-
mic of dysentery broke out among expecting burglar tools to be
satisfied. our VW lost ten bucks at the church but the
fectly ole in little
runs on Tuesdays. into San Juan to take a our
way the invaders and bath- taken from the
Most publlcos are operated by Come to find out, it didn't side trip through the Rain For- trunk insteadof blackjack table an d we left., I think everyone, Including people care little about Him.
facilities being what they clothes. He said
room not
and a word myself, should try to do a lit- ,
their individual owners, can ( Continued next week) I'm pleading for our members
run on Tuesdays OR Wed- est up in the clouds that top were In those days the Earl but stood In silent awe as the tle more to boost Starke, and :
be spotted by their distinctive to wake up before it is too
of the highest
nesdays for some unknown rea- El Yongue one
colored license plates. any product we are trying to
son -- a little matter that the mountain peaks on the island. sso -- ..
sell! Don't ?
matters you agree !
But to complicate Just a member who wants
information booklet failed to The tourist booklets say that '
further, there is a third cate- 1 It's a WO...'s the doors to remain
make clear. It said the bus Puerto Rico has no rainy season William H. Summers open.Thanks.
gory of transportation" called ran every day. but it pours almost con- NEWS ABOUT j
"road runners. Although no In the Rain Forest ..
one seemed to have a clear "I'll tell you how to get to stantly -- < !!fffMb

definition of just what a "road San Juan for $1.35" the Marine an almost average four of times 200 inches the a annual year, tjJJy MEN ASC Committee Should Have

runner" is, finally concludedthat said helpfully. "Just catch the total in Bradford County. SERVICE
is who's not shuttle bus to Gate 3, walk
it a publico The lush tropical growth in the Cross Section Of All Farmers
afraid to gamble, and will leavea outside and wait for a publi- Rain Forest is matched only Martha Sue McCairf. I
given point with only one co to Farjardo (25 cents); catcha .
by the difficulty of getting to
County Extension
passenger, picking up additional road runner to Rio Piedros committeemen coming from the pivtlcipatlrg: !
it with a constant drizzle ASC county
' ones all along the way. It'sa ($1 I> then take city bus No." making, hairpin turns as slick Home Economics!' Agent V. 3.; Air Force Sergeant should:: alwavs be the "best peo- farmer and the balance from
little confusing for the first 1 on to San Juan 00 cents). Ronald L. Magyars son of Mr "
as a sheet of greased glass! ple available. according to ACP.
few days, as you may well >fiy'them "I was in no mood to Coming down the mountain we "TRUTH IN LENDING"LAW does it apply entirely to home and Mrs. John Magyarl of Rt. Warren Carver County Office The County office manaMVpointed

imagine. set out on such a complicatedsafari noted an expanse of raw, red REQUIREMENTSThe Joans or to loans of $25,000 'or 2, Starke. is on duty at NakhonPhanom Manager. Agricultural Stabilization out that a list of eligible ( -
first day at Roosevelt especially since at that Thaitend.
Tuesday, my Thai AFB -
clay on a particularly bad turn la more. : } Royal and Conservation Service. voters! In th" county Is
Roads was a bit frustra- time I didn't know a publlco new truth-in-lending *
as If the road shoulder was being "COOLING OFF'JIEERWD the available In Via ASCS county
of nominees to fill
.ny Slates
ting, with most of the time from road runner -- for allI ,became, \effective! on July lr.'at a materle'epeclallst !
spent trying to learn how to knew they might be some reinforced. Later, someone ia a consumer credit protection".d.FOR' CONSflayk.wassq; ..,. ergeant unV vacanoy..pn (Jhe"ASe( county office. HP explained that any
get from one spot to another. type of Puerto Rican pack horse. saw in a San Juan newspaperthat law that can help consumers 'Tt". Consume- are;pt ovideda is assigned to a Be committee are beng! established local 'resident who( u eligible!! to

There was supposed to* be Later I was glad I hadn't here had been a landslideat make 'better comparisons on the' three-day &lInk' off" period of the Pacific Air Thailand Forces. lw at I the ASCS county office. taka part In an ASCS farm program -
that point. under the "truthInlending"law. fore hs! arrival in Committee elections will be may vot. In fie countv
so-called "liberty bus" leavingthe tried it, for while the Dlan actual cost of credit. Lenders Tex
station at 4:30 every after- might work reasonably well_ Passing up the more modern will now be required to disclosethe This applies to any transaction served af Sheppard AFB, held the third week In Septem- elections and! hp may hold office
J part of San Juan which is full cost of financial charges in which a lien Is given The sergeant is a 1966 (graduate as a committ! men regardless -

T, to the borrower in terms of against one's home or Intended of Bradford High School. ber."The committee system is of race, color. sex or

dollars per hundred dollars. As home. It does not apply to a. the backbone of farm programs creed or national ot ia'n.' Fur.

of January 1, 1971, lenders will first mortgage for buying a I' oaldenee. Airman Roger M. Crosby, son Carver d<"*''""vl. "It rcsponslb'litles ther Information recording

Our editorial. also be required to state their of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Cros include the con- qualifications! of comm1tI?':'m n

charges in terms of annual percentage Under the law If a consumer by of Route 2, Starka is among servation of natural 1.":>I1I'C?S. is available at the ASCS county
changes his mind about a con the thousands of personnel from
rate; however, they are the itabll'zatlan' : of ,agricultural office.
being encouraged to assume this tract, he has three working days Keesler AFB, Mis who have commodities and pricff-sucport!! Farmers who are el'glbla! tc

practice now. within which to cancel it. He Joined the massive effort to activities which protect and Im- vote in fi" commltt! elections'

OPINION Even advertising Is regulatedby may sign a form which is given help communities devastatedby prove farm income. We n"3d", also have the right to nominateby

the new truth-ln-lending )law. him by the creditor ;or he Hurricane Camdlle. the best possible cv-s-secUoi petition as a candidate for

For example if credit costs are may simply write a statement.The Airman Crosby and others >of farmer on the ballot: to In- committee memh-rshio any

mentioned in the advertlsemnt cancellation must be in from the Air Training Command sure effective adm'nlstration! farmr who Is eligible and who

both the dollar cost and the writing and may be mailed. base located at Biloxi are aiding of the various mensures." has lndlcatd: that '..e is willlnar

percentage costs must be in- The lender has 10 days within Civil Defense teams and In Bradford County, Mr. to serve. Such petitions, each

cluded. which to refund the down pay- city crews In the distribution of Carver explained 200 farmers one nominating( one farmer :and

The Other 599? What must be stated under ment. Merchants will likely food clearing debris and direct took part last year in one or signed! by six or mire eligible!

the new truth-in-lending law? wait until after the "cooling ing traffic. Keesler air field is more programs f pdmln'st' ?red voters! mAY be filed at the

The new consumer credit off" period before making deliveries the center of airlift operationsfor by the ASC committee. Funds county office. anv time before"

protection law became effectiveon "or beginning work in giant cargo planes bringingin disbursed under the committee's August 25. Eligible voters may

July 1. This law requires case of repairs. food, supplies and medicines. supervision amounted;! to approximately sign as many petitions! as they
If arises, the > and for continuous shut.
an emergency 75000. wish. Additional nominationsmav
total of all finance
A total of that a
1,728 voted but
what But what happened this past Tues- charges and the cash price of consumer may write an explan- tie missions by helicopters. Last year approximately ?,- be made by th: IncumbentASC

happened to the other 6ljy regis day to those 599 ? Did their feet hurt ; the goods or services must be ation of the emergency and signa Airman Crosby is a graduateof 000 acres of farmland were improved county committee. The

tered voters ? was it too hot ? Or perhaps people real- stated. In addition, the follow waiver" for the "cooling off Bradford High School. under the Agricultural' nominating procedure seeks to

ly just don't care ing must be stated: the down period. No forms are accept- Conservation Program cost- insure: fair and Impartial elections -
Clerk as we're sometimes
City Merrill
Edwards posed able for this waiver. Staman Apprentice Samuel H. by
sharing arrangement. Tie total reducing vote splintering
led to believe.Anyway payment of trade-in allowance: (
that question Tuesday night as votes the new amount being financed You may be overlooking some Eunice USN, son of Mr. and Investment In conservation was of minority group candi

were being counted in a Starke elec- the with credit, the size or monthly valuable free Help! As a modern Mrs. James H. Eunice of Law- about $50.000. with about half dates.
tion that has apparently raised more 1,200 or so who will statements plus their due shopper, you're faced witha tey, has been awarded the Bat

interest than other in + turn out to make the decision on Sept- number of In. multitude of products, prl<:es, tle Efficiency. "E', as a crew
any years. But dates the total -
it's still a valid question because 599 ember 23 on who will be the fifth councilman etallments before the debt is labels. and claims. To buy Intelligently member of the heavy cruiser
and who will be the next police of you must be familiar USS Boston in Vietnam. The 11 I
persons, who had declared their intent paid and the total amount
chief can be happy because their votes with a lot of facts and figures chip homeportad In Boston,
to vote did not do the debt. > -
so. count information that's often Mass is its third cruise to .---
twice as much. They will actually Additional charges must also on 1\// -- -
determine a good bit of disclosed'in available through your County Vietnam, where it demonstratedmany j _
It is impossible for us to understand the city govern- be both dollar
Extension Home Economics Office of the required skills la
people too apathetic to register and ment's personality amount and in annual percentage -your center for consumer actual combat operations. K Ka

secretly mark a ballet to help direct rate. These include interest information. You can count on _
charges, service or carryingcharges
the course a government will take. To The ones who stay home should investigation fees, and the, County Extension Office at Maj. Alfred B. Watson Jr. son _
us that is the rea 2266 N. Temple for unbiased of
supreme essence of our of Mr. and Mrs. Al Watson
lize however Insurance costs, to mention a
they could
freedom. change the advice on the features to look Keystone Heights has arrivedto
few. This does ot however applyto
entire picture, it they only had energy for in a wide range of consumer assume command of the 3l1t
small such as
We like to think we 'accept enough, or emotion enough, or what- charges very of 50 cents sums or less, nor goods and: services. 'U. S. Air Force Dispensary at $rutqjI
life without the freedoms which our ever it takes, to get to the polls! Tuy Hoa Air Base in Vietnam. Let's 6e $

forefathers won for us, which we en- We applaud all 1,728 voters who First 3-Day Measles- -Vaccine- Maj. Watson an Air Force
doctor served at Langley AFB
joy every day. Voting have putting they'lllmakthe polls Tuesday. Va. as commander of the Surg- t ttal

most direct way we of a return trip Septem Being Received By Health Units eons Office prior to his 'new assignment -
those freedoms into By
action. ber 23. He earned his B. A. Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine

and M. D. degree from Emory fin thai llu-ic U a it.ul; .anal. "cl
Florida's first supply of vac rash on their children's face MOTOR THEFTS
University Atlanta, Ga., and fur u "hoi" muter :-..ial"I..IImany \.',
cine to protect children against while at the! breakfast table, O.THE: RISE
received his! MPH degree from ale stolen: 'fur resale.: ;
The Bradford County rubella (German or three-day even though tha children do not 'the University of California atBerlr.l.v Molcn outboard mown ate: I.MIShiK It in well lo icmcmlwr that if llicOUIICT
,, measles) is being delivered this appear to be sick. Or a youngster s Ijojtmcn losses ol some: .SI.INIO,- of u stolen motor tan piopfit -
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED week to the county health departments may cringe when his hairs 'UOO or inoic e"dlC.II'! atioidmglo ll) iilcnlil)' it, the: pciMjn' wliu nun
--itl7/l according to Dr. being combed because the a iiiuev. uindiitled: In! Lvimmlc.Motors. : : hate purchased| ; the: motor on it
1879 the Joints). Women who received : le.il"; hat no legal cl.iim 10 ii, alit)
: Wilson T. Sowder of the Division mother touched the glands with
::: '$ 1 lint suite indicates dent nut ;ail it out whatever: he Paid| t 'lot' itIlieieluie. .
y- of Health (formerlY State the comb. the vaccine and coon become inoloiH stolen arc it|p'.I'iicil ID the: 'I it is wig: lo pntthaNV, !amotor
r..... Board of Health). One doe of the vaccine provides pregnant may risk the """pan\. llouetci, eiliinatei) inili- onl') from ;in eii.il>!islieiltlealer '' :
(heililewsrssa Rubella is a mild communicable life-long immunity to ru same conseauances as if they tats That the 101." vMccilt: I,.',(Hioutliuaids :, or tomeoiicon: knon',

Let us rise up and build.Neh. .- disease in children but it bella. Licensed bv the Federal become Infected with natural annual!;. Multiplied: I l I.t 1 the following viiKKCslliHis.. rill

A ES S ( 2:18)). results in miscarriages and Pure Food and Drug Administration rubella. Children on the other the aiciagc' : icl.ul: piiic) 1 ol, the: ;a 1\u'age (Moteilonr boating v<|iii|>nieiil
birth defects when pregnant in June the vaccine hand have almost no reactionto lioiMpouer! : inoiur Mild l. the against tliell: :
God's miracle-working! the vaccine. ligtnc lull neat the million dollar I 1) Register: oil 'icii.il:, iiimiliciitith .
ASS 0 T 0 N power goes to work for us. women are Infected. Mother.sfrequently has been Available from private marl the: "iftdiiiilailinei mid 1.11'.. | ;u 0
When we meet life with the contract the disease phys'cian since that time. The <:;aiclevviien atioiinl 'bur in.HIV ..ojlor| our 1011:..
faith from their young children. During vacc'n is recommended only Because of the limited supply b W these thcfli. .\ moiuiiil. will Imi.j.eiihing .. ::) Lie: a link. of some kind to
that with God all thingsare the last rubella epidemic in for children between one and 12 received by the Division of : ) up| tight when: parting 1 senile, : our motor Ki the: Iwal.

possible: we break from the 1964, the dlsuu caused an estimated years of age who have :not had Health Dr. Sowder said those .Dm. tar, tlouetcr: this same: i pel.sou 3)) I It( our '(|iii|>inenl U bondage of false: ideas and become 600 infant birth defects German measles. children who attend kindergarten .illle.nc a boating rig untended' nailer, ..,.ute: it lo iiielliiiig; iniiiio.idle -

E L. MATTHEWS.Pfclfsfe E41J&er.'t" free and confident. We and 900 miscarriages in Flor Dr. 'Sowder said that although dav care centers' and first either in the: ..allr..r: on a Imlll:.. Itus or haul to move:, Httli a

;4 each ThanxUy u4 eater** M taeeasi then express: ourselves freely ida. the vaccine iv aimed at pre- ,and second'grades should be I 'I uu he:imitation t.tinrude: :to tune ihic\ei\) also! note link. 'into lliie'ei n\.iie hate; ilii\cH.it been ;knimn', lunik toiliiie

a... Matter at tb.* Pttt Offic at MM**, Healy and easily, for God's love inspires The next epidemic may be venting birth defects and miscarriages protected first. that the. rctoxciy rate I ii only iibour up a lx,:al |1"I IK.. und iliite (ill!

i..4r Ae& .< Match ML lt$. us to know that we car*. as early as 1970. it is rot recommended one per: cent. One: reason: Is thus '"> I) Nctcr: leave the key. i lo an
: aabserl$1.m IM tirade gnat Bear. ..... 0ateMe We appreciate life and its Svmotoiru! In children are a for adults. Women of child- He urged parent, of children many boatmen Uu not register theircyuipmeut. leu: : lie starling fig in the: ignition.
blc..inx > ortunities rash that lasts for two or three !bearing age. who were given In these groups to contact theirphyMcians ,, : :Manx un't l itlcnlil) 'I his is ei|>etijlliniM| >null Hlien:
o > and
trade anal I rear. .... | ] re- their inoiois cue i if
days mild fever and swollen the vaccine during nre-licenslng or health de ertments they ale: tee the rig ii in the: water.;'
Hjionsibilities. The words, wo and have their children tutored. Mans( alvu tail to have: : .">) Kejioit all I Ilii-lli, iiiiinc'ili.ililx,
""" "' glands on the back of the neck. tests temnorartlv developed
aileouale inturaiuc
can inspire us today. : coverage. Ii local I auilmiilic.
Immunized. as \. nut marine;
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Grace United Methodist:
Sunday School, 9:45: ; Worship
Services. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. : WHY NOT
Choir practice 7 p.m. followedby
MYP! Wednesday 7:30.: SAVE
Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton 4tI
and Lamar Priest attended the
I Sub District MYF meeting In
Lake! City Sunday aftsrnoon.
Lamar Is president of the Law
tey group. tLL5I' iLL\
First Baptist: Sunday School,
9:45: ; Worship Services 11 a.m.
and 7:30: p.m. Training Union I
6:30: p.m. Midweek \services
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. : I THEWINNDIXIE ( / )
Church of God: Sunday:
School. 10 a.m. Worship Services I
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
YPE Thursday 7:30: p.m. ?
Highland Baptst! : Sunday WAY
School, 9:45.: Worship Services,
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir
Practice 6:30.: Prayer Meeting
Wednesday, 7:30.: FOOD SO9 X00 5
Rev.Charles Pryor,of Bridge Quontity Rights Reserved....Prices Good All Weak Thurs. thru Wed.. Sept. II 1 I 17 ST port. Ala., has been appointed MINN.0/10./TON' .., INC.-COPTHI.MTFLA. -....
to fill the vacancy In Highland
Baptist Church. W-D BRAND
Several members accompanied GRADE 'A' FRESH WHOLE W-D BRAND USDA "CHOICE"
the young people of the
church on an outing; at Six Gun v CHUCKRoast
Territory one day last week.
The Young People's Choir
held their practice at the homeof
Mrs. John Brown Monday !
night.PERSONALSMr. Steak Yers

and Mrs. H. E. Priest !*&'
visited Mr. and Mrs E. W. Williams ia t,
!In Melrose last Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Thomas and children .
of Live Oak visited Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Moore last Fri UJVD 19

day.Mr.: and Mrs. Pete Todor and
children have returned to
Ghana, Africa after spending 33
some time with Mrs. Todor'sparents. CUT-UP
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. FRYERS
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Stricklandof LB.
Tampa spent Sunday with LB. 3 9 LB.
their uncle and aunt. Mr. and
(Mrs. O. J. Anders. Mrs. James
and children of Palatka were
also Sunday visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starling 2-1/4 Lb.. FRESH W-D BRAND All Meat.St.w or Ground USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID CHUCK 12-.1.SUPERBRAND. Individually Wrapp.d Am.rican USDA CHOICE
of Bartow. and Mr. and Mrs.
Caroll Starling of Mulberry Chuck. $2.19 Steak. 79 CheeseLegOLambL.99'BWD
were dinner guests of Mrs. H. .. ... LB.
David of, Dana Wildwood and Darrell spent Redding the Roast : 9. Franks:: 59
Chops $1.29
weekend with their grandmother Beef..3$1.79 . 1 .. .. . ,..
Mrs. D. R. Redding. Other
visitors were Mr. and Mrs. W-D
Richard Goddert and family of : *
.5 $2.89 Backs ,15 Bacon. ,79
Jacksonville Saturday visitors on Sunday.of Mr. and .. LBS. .. .. .

Mrs. E. J.Raulerson were their
nephew and niece,Mr. and Mrs.

of Faras Fort Raulerson White.T. and children GRINDS

V. :Duck, ''Madron, Chuck
and Cindy spent from Fridayto
Monday of last week with MliyoHFF AirI.Lb.
Mr.Miami.and Mrs. W. E. Major' in.

Visiting the Ducks last weekend
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin Folds of Columbus, Ga.
The Buford Higginbotham
and James L. Waters families
held a family reunion at Strick
land's landing on Kingsley Lake Can ASTORCOFFEE
on Sunday of last week. They
enjoyed swimming and other 5 L
activities and a picnic dinner. 7 \
There were 28 present Including QUART L. ::J2-o.f'

'Waters and Mr.Mrs.of Jacksonville and Lyle Mrs.Schmehl and Michael Mr.of JAR .-1_ 49 CAN BOTTLE

Beaufort S. C. for this pleasant

occasion.! Limit 1 w/S.or mor.purchos..NI.cigarettes
Fort Jackson, S. C. spent
the weekend with his parents.

W. F.of Moores Live last Oak Friday.Mr. visited. the Beans :8/l. Bread 29 "r.i'::: aG 39.nYMilk7$1.:

and Mrs. G. L. Petersonof . . .. .
Arlington were Sunday dinner 6-1/2 01. FRISKIES All FLAVORS 9-Pk. DIXIE DARLING' FRENCH 12-.1.Cons CHEK ALL FLAVORS No. 2-1/2 Can OSAGI Ha1v. Limit 3 cans w/$,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. or mor purchav*.Mcludina, ciflor.ft

E.Mr.Lee.and (Mrs. Glenn Shuford Cat Foo d.. .81$1. Rolls ::2/39. Drinks 0/$1. Peaches 23

and children and Mrs. Hester . .
.. .
weekend PINEBREEZE Or.-A'Fr..h Flo.All Whit. S- SOFT DRY ANTI-PERSPIRANT 140-Ct.Pka. BOUTIQUE FACIALDeodorant.

Hicks In spent Johnson Labor City relatives.Mr. Day Tenn.. Med.Eggs 2<"89 $109 Tissue. 4/l. '2-'. STOKELY
where. they and Mrs.!: Leslie Phillips .. .. Gatorade 3$1.le'FiWi .

and son of Jacksonville were
visiting Mrs. O. J.Phillips and
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Reddon
Saturday evening.A FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM U.S. No. 1 REGULARPotatoes
and Mrs.
friend of Mr.
Redd K. B. Hardwick of Macon -
Ga., called during the
week. I CornBoi. 1.9
Tuesday dinner guests! of k
Mrs.( J. P. Dorko and Mrs.
Ernest Wells were Mrs. Wells'
nIece Mrs. Wllllard Rich, and
Mrs. Orrin Randolph of West

Pies 5/l. Lettuce. .2/49* 20 IBS..
2 . 99


1 Topping 2/$1. 29'

: GALLONS Coffee Rich 39 Tomatoes. LB. 29 BAG


Gilbert $. Brown '

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Term .... Service 12 or. rO. SO FT. ALCOA XO Of. BONUS rACKWindex OX T.N.T. LOIN VLICKO ,
y/ TMNI/TT MAIO IN1\Ni Aluminum Foil Pork Chops < ;
PHONE (44-771 Powdered Milk JT Insect Bomb 1 1 /
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Service Station 8 L. *>MO, LK. rxa. i .t.. Fxtricit .U.CM !i TWO .TO. ont' WHIP' ;1 S FK /Na.MO CMO Tf. TWO rNa. coao
W O.NANO uAN W O .ItANO I.CAN : Meat Dinners : Dessert Beef Steakcrte WofflesSEPT.
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glt THERESSABy Thtrsssr rrsr 6" Services Larry Whitehead Held I I I_ 1.T

Dorothy Mills Larry Allen Whitehead, age 3.
Pboo. 473-4518 died In a Jacksonville hospital
Sunday morning after a lingering
flrrs sS Sn -rnrrrrrp illness.

Surviving are his parents Mr.
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead Jr.:
Sunday \School 10 a.m.; one sister. Kimberly Kay White-

Morning Worship 11 a.m.; head; paternal grandparents. .
Training U lon. 6:30: p.m.; Mr. 'and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead:
Evening Worship 7:15: ; Wednesday : maternal grandparents Mr. and & xaoazm3APTIrrr'
evening Prayer Service. Mrs. Earl J. Nichols; and pa- CHURCH, LAWTXT. CHURCH '
7:30.: witb choir practice after. ternal great. grandmother Mrs. CONGREGATIONAL BOUNX39 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School 10 ajn. MornJng ..- Sufnday: Bible Study 10*. m.: Sunday School. 10 ajn.: MornIng Sunday School. 9:43: a. ...
w8.rd. Sam W. Whit.ehead. CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 11:15. Mar sting Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Tooth
COMMUNITY HOUSE Funeral services were held at Sunday School 10 ajn.. 41C East Call St. Night Worship.service. 6:30.: Sunday 1.1 service. 11 a. m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m.; Prayer Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir.Pr*o-
: Highway.: '
Maintenance and improve. 3 p.m. Tuesday In the Bayless Worship Service. 11 $. n. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 123. northwest of Lawtey-Bey. er1ces. 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30 p. m.: Wednesday tic*, Wednesday 8 p. m.
Highway Baptist Church with Evening Service. 7 p.m. ..m. Sunday School. 10. Sacra .: : Worship service 7j -Rev. J. C. Hester, putor. Re.v. Robert D. Burob
f B.
ment () the Theressa Community L. Bennett pastor.
House continues with Rev. G. E. Crowell officiating. Tuesday Night, Cottage Prayer ment. 11:15.: >. iti. Minister Jack P. BeQ.NORTHSIDK .

the painting cf the outside of Interment was in Dyal Cemetery Meeting.Taursday. Monday: Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINS LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Night. Prayer Metag >
the balding: this we k. with DeWitt C. Jones Fun- Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. :Mota.i BAPTIST SimcUy-9:45: a. m. Sunday 100-A
PERSONALSHer : eral Home in charge of ar In church 7:3 p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. .a Worship. 11 s. m. Fre-Ser- CHURCH Sobool. 11:00: a. m. Morning Highway
friends will I be rangements. Youth Service. Friday Vlgft 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band. Young Schedule; of service: Sunday: Worablp. 6:00 p. m. Training: Sunday'School. 10 ,a.m. MornIng -
glad to maay know that Mrs. Cldye 7:30: p.m.IYJ'. Pastor -Dean Hansen people. and Prayer Service). 0./ School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- WorSb 11. Training Union
Luke. Branch President xMp 10:45: a. m. Training Un bp.! Worship 8.
Hall is doing ueU after minor( p. m. Evening Worship. 7 P. m 7 p.m. Evening
Midweek Service. Wednesday ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday::30 Prayer Ser Prayer Meeting 8
facial SUI at Gainesville 2 StudentsOn SMYRNA MISSIONARY
last week and Billy Breeden BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D.SMUto.r. 7:\15. Mid-Week Prayer Service. vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday p.m. ''Rev. Virgil Lovett.
Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. rUgfat 1:00: p. m. Family night.
is making a good tecovery following SJRJC 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor..
surgery last Wednesday:! Dean's ListTwo : Sundiiy School. 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Ta '
at Bradford County Hospital In Preaching 11 a. m. TrainingUnion. tee Freea: Drive In. Sunday

Starke. area students were : 3:45: p. ni. Evening Worship School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser. I I
7 welcome. vice ll a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Harold Mills a.njIi5.5:: Doro-( among the 23 students namedto p. m. Everyone
the Dean's List at St. Johns -Elder A. O. Flyim..pastor' Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.

River Junior College at the end -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. :?:::::: :: : :::: ::::::::::::
St. Marks Episcopal prtffls. .associate pastor.
of the summer term.
NNcz ki
{Sunday Services *

Making the Dean's List were 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist KYERGREEN BAPTISTHlghwav

Stephen L. Wade of Starke and 10 a.m. Church School w.. KarUfflftrt gfl : I liii
Charmaln H. Float of M lrose. 11 a.m. Family Service wtay. Sunday School. IJlajn., .1:
To receive this honor a student Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Morning-.Worship. 11:15. Sun. uJIJ
must have earned a grade Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd day Night S.rvlc 6:30.-.Rev., '.nb
point average of 3.0 to 3.49. uid 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett! pastor.CHUKCIl 4

thy Mills visited their 1 brother- FIRST UNITED METHODIST 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
STARKE Sunday School. 10 a. m. Worship
Percy Sullivan at Palaka Saturday Church School. 11 and 7:30 ..
HURRICANEWARNING Sunday Services. R. m. p.
night and:! Sunlay.: '::45. Morning! Worship at 11. m. Prayer Meeting. Fiiday. 7:30:

District WSG Workshop In Mc- p. mj-Rev. Chester J. Siiooppe": ,
Recent guests of Mr. and o oM. ONi
Intosh. 1:30: p.m. MYF Snack paator. J ,
Mrs. Marion Sulivan were their Supper. 6 p.m. MYF meetings ,
son-in-law and daughter Mr.
6:30.: Evening Worship. 8. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
RUt TREE oWitcf (
and Mrs. Oliver Camplejohn of Monday Hospital Auxiliary (Highway 100 at Tlieressa)
Miami. Friday afternoon ,to In Fellowship Hall 7:30: p.m. Sunday School-10 a. m.
Tfc Ie..nM SMI*t.* for h %Nurt re. Monday morning; nephew Jack: MYF Wesleyan Sub-District Morning Worship-11 a. m.
H. rain. (Duelling: and ssn, Rejg.s< of THE
? .*vy,. ndpliuhigIN. meeting at Pleasant Grove. Training Union-6:30: p. 01. .
.* d..g.. Horn c.witot .wn. Lake City and Ms. Sullivan'sbrOtherInlaw Lake City, 7:30: p.m. Evening Woi\ ship-7:15: p. m. /
... can pr..p.r* by callinf and sister Mr. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Wednesday Night Prayer Service -
tepp'a: Tr** Surgtoflf CHICK torHUMRICANf UP"S. and Mrs. S. L. Holder of Dukes, and Bible: Study, 7:30: p.m. .*-7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle I II
Tint Inclwd. I ......,.,. i..- Sunday: afternoon. Chancel Choir
.. Thursday PacKham pastor.
t. 'I.! .* yiNir property.
t.. limbs *, t,us that .,i Rehearsal 7:45: p.m.
., ... HEARTThe
wtk ttton sued
for th* ..uoi.ui.nd.tle.ii .*.... Visiting Rev. and Mrs. Merle -DeWitt T. Farabee pastor. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I I
II.There. .f It"..n....,chief nl.'t do.for mot thiitorvlco. .. Packham this weekend were OF STARKE '
Put your ....'1. 'Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham West Weldon St. and Raiford
..nc. .hi..'t". .....iptrt*. Mrry* otS Jr. of Salt Springs, and en Sun. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Road
t .....,1". Iniuron olo day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. STARKE Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. LI
l'- yovr firotoctlon.mu Bill Phillips and Billy of Mid- Sunday, Sept. 14State Mis- 11:00: :a. In. Morning Worship; I I
INJKCTIONRTIMATIS die burg. sions Day in the Sunday School. *:00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : /
Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. .
jn. Evangelistic Services.Wednesday
11. Training agency
Guests of Mr. and Mr.s.PercySullivan Morning Worship. : 7:00: p.m. MId.
Union. 6:15: Evening Worship. ::: .this world for spreading the knowledge of I:
Jr. and Rusty on week Prayer Meeting.
SAPP'STREE )lan tir.-t I reactions to iinother is ha"t"lllOn uiit-
Thursday were'! her mother. : Pastor: T. E. GlueyHEILBRONN :) His love for man and of His demand forman
7:30.Monday \\IU'c\\ appearaiue.and only time will help him
SURGEONS Mrs. Marshall Strickland of Youth Choir Practice to respond 'lo that love by loving his
Florahome and sister Mrs. Lottie Moon Group MeetIng. ::=: neighbor. Without this grounding in .the to know the heart of nnoihvr. God kiiov. immediately :=i
Phones : 376.1766 7:30.Tuesday: BAPTIST : attitude of the heart whether it I U I
Elmer Fulghum Jr. of Palatka. ::;::; love of Cod no government or society or every
372-9538 Carol Choir Practice CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 N.
of life will and the good or bad.
Children's Choir Sunday School. 9:43: 'a. m :j: way long persevere .,
1015 N w 6* S'UHt Harold Mills Jr., of Atlantic 3:35.: .
Practice, 4:30.: Ethel Blgg Morning!: Worship. 11. Training :.::. freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably "'lilt. GAINESVILLE FlCXlDA visited his father :
Beach Harold Mills ani: aunt, MUs Group. home of Mrs. Vernon Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser :;.a perish. Therefore, f even f from aselfish Li,J." r:

evening. Silcox; Brownlee Group. homeof vice. 7:30: rittdweek Prayer fler- ::.:. point' of view one should support i '' .... .
Dorothy Mills Friday "' "
Mrs. W. A. Hogan 7:30.: Mce 7:30.: :::), the Church for the sake of the welfare of There :are many"' fevavfTfo'illiWethat| \ MftvtSTARKE T.

..,..........'..-....-. ...... ......w'...... .......".......' ....._ a S. S S ..- .a -- Wednesday Teachsrs and Of- -Rev 'Tommy Hove Pastor himself and.his family. Beyond thai how-J .th&J::., .:UI,' ;4 JA't.; /I/i/ '::.!!i..::..; ,, ... I
fleers Meeting. 6:30.: Prayer ::: ever every person should uphold and t""'' 1.." 'd." '! *t .
SEE US FOR (I Meeting Brotherhood in GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURcH ::::1 participate in the Church because it .tells :.
Pro- 10 a': Morn
|I charge of State Mission Sunday School. m. r. the truth about man's life death and =

gram. 7:30.: Church Choir: Prac- ina: Worship, 11 .a. m. and.7 p. destiny the truth which alone will him .... ... .. :
; set c.' s. ::
I I tlce. 8:15.: m.- Rev. Fred'Johns pastor

: $ EXTRA CASH $ 1,' sion ThursdaySpecial Season WMU at Of the Prayer church.State programby Mis-9:30: Siuiday NEW School.ItlVEU 10 BAPTIST a. m. Morn- I free to live as a child of God. """IIIIIIIII""I1""IIIIIIIIII"III""III"IIIIIIIIII"UIIIIII"1II""""" """" """ II1II11II1II1II1II1II11II1II !0t j

'ing Worship 11 a. m. Training'Jntcu :

: ;J .:. Don't let a lack of money 4 a.m.-W. A. Hogan pastor. 7 p. m. Evening Worship,
8 p: m. Wednesday night service -

") t ::<::: worry you. If It's for a 4 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel _ _ _ _ _ _ .
< come-L. L. Parker pastor.
v ] worthwhile purpose, we'll 4 .:MADISON STREET

:: 8'' ;' : y arrange a personal loan 4 BAPTIST Opportunities CHURCH for service: FIRST CHRISTIAN: CHURCH r FAULKNER HURST SHELL :
Sunday Service: Sunday
: ff ;;; to meet needs with 4 Sunday School 9:45. Morn- 9:45 Worship j
i your School. : a. m. Morning SERVICEBill
ing Worship, 11. Youth Choir GULF SERVICEAND 66"I
10:45 Evening Ser.
4 : a. m. I
Practice, 4:30. Youth Fellowship
'V' terms to fit budget. : -
your vice. 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser. Edwards Ph.
4 I Supper 5:45.: Training Hurst Phone 964-6111 :
Union, 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle vice, Wednesday. 7:15: p. m.
: CALL OR VISIT US TODAY., 7:15. Evening Worship Charles Reeoe. minister U-HAUL RENTALSTruck lire Tra-lnf

7:30.Monday BfrYlXSS HI0HWAT.BAPTIST Headlight Adjusting ..
Loans > To 8600 -- R. A. meeting, CHURCH Trailer Brake Service .
4 6:30. :
TOWN' Wednesday -- Family Night, Syndar School. 10 *.m. Pre.ftoblnc Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and .
: FINANCE CO. 6:30. Prayer Meeting 7:30.: servioea! at It. XratniafBnioo. Minor Tune-Ups Alignment :
> Church Choir Practice 8:30.: 6 p.m.' yenkig SerrlM. .
226 N. TEMPLE; AVE. STARKE Thursday -- Church Visitation >. Midweek Prayer Meettn*. 1011 N. Temple Avenue -or..-- PROMPT ROAD SERVICE *
7 p.m. Wednesday. 7:30.: iEreryone wet.'ome. -
................... Denton Sumrall, pastor Her. Oeorga XL: Cro-' HONE 964-5899 AO Minor Repair

we.0.eor 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Aye. Starke

hAMPTON CHRISTIAN Hlwar 301 and 100
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng ."'
Worship at 11.: Evening E Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKETANT

Worship 7:30. Rev. Cart .i Complete Paint Supplies

TTiIj Clarke. pastor. and Sporting Good ) COLD STORAGEWe

F11UT BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With Us First" DAT & BRAD SALES specialize In Custom Slaughtering -

I HAMPTON Cutting and WNppIac-
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Treese
:I Worship at 11. Training
Union 6:30.: Wednesday: night WHOLESALEPhone
Prayer Meeting 7:30. followedby 24Ft. Wid.
choir practice. Starke N-'- .. __ 984705tPALMETTO
'"Ins Roma service 1:45 p. m. '_ _\ Also 12-Ft. Wide STREETBRADFORD
-R v. Melvin Hamel pastor. E STONTROL

Sunday School. 10 a. m. MornIng ;. Camper and Traveltrmllers COUNTY
Wotvhlp. 11 a. m. Training
fUnlon. 6:30: p. m. Evening' Ser- S OM CO.: Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH

(.Jrice, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting. Wed-
.JHiIIdI\,.. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. B.Butler 53* E. Call St. Starke, Fla.PBDne and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES
pualor.KINGSLEY .
964-5745 for FREE
Sunday School 9:30: ; Training Inefteetioas and Estimates ADDING MACHINES
Union ,ilO:15: a.m.; Morning BRADFORDABSTRACT
Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Worship -
8 p.m.: Prayer Meeting CO. EDWARDS
For lubrication advice..you've got our number! 7:30: Wednesday. WILLIAMSJEWELRY
Interim pastor Rev. Fred Grocery aDd Market
Muaro. Better Service For Tow

Groceries Meat* -Feed
964-5132 Airpark Baptist Quell Title Problems

Sunday: School 9:43 ajn.: Kara.i Official Chun Rings GAS AND OIL
I ** Worship. 11:00: ajn.: Xraatng Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts
Worship. 7:00: p.m.; WM BULOVA WATCHES Jack sad Gladys Edwards

f If proper lubrication i is vital to your business\ then Prayer Matttag and BIllie.Sy. Title Inearanee U. 8. Ml Bevtli .....
call us. Lubrication i in our business and we know 1l well. STANDARD 7:00: p.m. Bfeatr on Book afPaahns. 142 W. Can St. StarkePhoaw
Let us prove "\\'c take belter care of your equipment." OIL Mathaa OX Kodttar.pastor KC-7OU 158,W. Can Ph. HI-All -PHONE *M4-U1
I' graryunt Watam,
Chevron Gasoline RPM Outboard Motor Oils Chsvron Diesel Fuels
Ch.vron Custom Motor Oil RPM Motor Oils Atlas Batteries, Atlas CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVg.; Inc..Owned .
Tires Atlas Accessories Chevron Heating Fuels Chevron Ouralith
Grease RPM Gear Lubricant RPM Delo' Multi-Service Motor Oil, Thfnh About thow It"Men their character In Bj ThoM We Serre In Twelve Nertheul Fleridn Cevatles-HeoW 0..JI-... Live .e4urE3ecttloulrK.yst. J

noth'nir more clearly than by ... R.Iskts-.P .. 741
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*t the following certificates haws ..
1S89. the County of Bradford. State> And Persons Executrix' of tha Rotate of Pearl -- -
ruled To All Creditors Sec 22-63 Ra-e 2'JK Com at
said certUlcates for tax .
At. .r.i n. (SEAL) of Florida. Demand* Payne Haertlc, !Scott deceased.Notice .
1 _d to be Issued thereon. The HavingClaims Or SW Car of NW4 of 8W4 Run K r..tlUnn For
Charles A. Darby Unless such certificate or certificates Against Said Estate: Myron C. PrevattAttorne '. for POB, N Of Flllnfr
eertlflcate numbers and Years of Brad' 4ftn'( N 23<) B ISrt' Administrator
of Of
Clerk Circuit
of Court shall be redeemed ac of are hereby :/-at Law Flnnl Discharge
_....nc.. the description of the You and each you *00' EGo'. S 200' W 50' to
ColoredRETIRES ford County. Florida. cording to- law the' property described notified and required to pre. Keystone Heights, Florida. POB C. T A.
a.h. In : I
property and the names 9.4 4t 9.2616etlee :. l is hereby arlven that
In such certificate orcertificates sent claims and demands Attorney for the Estate of the shove Notice .
which It was assessed are a* any As the nronertv f' r' distribution
will be sold to the which you or either of you, 8.21 4t 9-11 and that on nave filed mv petition .
follows named defendants .
: Of Application For Tax and for final dl..ha."eBdmlnlstrntor.
blithest bidder at the courthouse of
.6 J. Certificate No. 55. Tear of I.- Deed may have airalnst" the estate T- Honda. the 15th day of September. t s. of the>
door on -the. first MondayIn HAERTL.E. deceased ae t'
susnce 1967.Description. ...". 104.18 F. 8. PEARL PAYNE! IFF'* PALMNotice 1989 at twelve o'clock Noonon KT.V.V :W SCOTT dej-
; month of October 1949 of said county to NOTICE OF "HER of Estate' of
of Property. S> 1$0'1f. Notice I. Hereby Given that which Is the 6th day of October: na.t.: of BradfordCounty Is hereby given that. I. said day nn the premises ceased 1. and. thnt on :SSrfl of !September.
the Courthouse
of 220' of W 440' of XE 4 of the Bradford County
Mr T. J. Alderman the holderof Frorlda. Sheriff of t will apply to the
: 1969. at his office In P. IX Reddish an 1149Hnnornlde 1> !
Mr.andretired 1In. Dear Jh4 a... 8W SEC 18T6R22E.Jack the following certificates has Dated this :21 day of August the courthouse", of mild county litStark. Bradford Count, Florida, under I will offer bidder for sale for and rash sell\ to In Thero-n A. Yawn
Name asaessed
from Itwtrbuslneaa .., etawl.g which filed said certificates for a tax: 1\1 69. .. Florida, within six: calendar and by virtue of Writ of Execution the highest shove described property County Judge", In and for Bradford
Cummlngs. deed to be Issued thereon. The SEAL) of hand the ConntyFlorida. for an order
( the time to-wlt:
after Mcessful ystll, 11 see' All of said property being In certificate numbers and years ot Charles A. Darby first months publication from ot this no Execution Issued", out of the o-f said defendants, to sate. ft distribution and for flnAldlsrhnrare !
the Execution.P.
operation M Ml the County of Bradford. Stateof issuance, the description of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford tice. Two copies of each claim Court of Record of Alachua Isfv. the> aforesaid. \ ns administrator, c. t.
Florida. property and the names In Florida writing\ pursuant", to a D. ReddishP. of Klvn M.: Scott.d"MO ,
County demand Khali be In County. Florida a of the will
Unless such certificate or certificates .or Reddish
St. The Delta h.y a Ilel .1 which It was assessed are a. 9.4 4t 9-25 and shall state the place of residence FlnlJudgeom..nt for Armour D. --.aSWltlllam
definite ... shall be redeemed ao- follows\ : address Chemical Co., a Bradford County. Florida .Tnhn CrllUWllllnm -
any pHssiclalon liar tale cording to Law the property described and potoffl-e Agricultural 8.21 4t 9-11
Cerfltlcate No. 12. Year of Issuance be and aralnetBen Crllly
.(or their .T. 1Mp1eaI8 ilia !In such cert If Ida is or 1967.De.eriptlon. I. The Connty Juilce's Court In of the claimant, and "shall his Corp. of Florida and Maggie", Davis., John
certificates" will be sold to thohICh..t For Bradford Count, Fler-1; sworn to by the claimant C. Davis Myron f PrevattMyron
N .. .'
made. bidder at the courthouse of Property .agent or attorney "and, "Accompanied defendants In the amount ofI7H7.58 In The Conntr .111< Court In I C PrevattP
The business colt ee.Irwawith door on the first ]Monday 88.86 of Ft.RT.Name of. BLOC 11 In LawteyW '4':, I. ProbMeFile by a claim. fee demandnot of one together with costs ofool1..ctlon And. For Bradford County Florida. O Box 8 or Melghts.
and such
Johnny' Ghent a* 4 aafrber. In I. month the 6th of day October of October 1989. which 1 69.Datedthis : In which. assessed Clifton In Res Estate No.11184, of" PEARL, dollar so fll..d1n1l",\ be void. Have seised and have In my In Prohnte for Administrator..
N. Prevail.All Percy. Ellen' Payne. possession. the> following described File >o. 1.11(1 S-21 4t 9-11
NXWX of August.rrrreal Deceased.NOTICE
being In
of said property TO CREDITORS' Penny, Ellen Payne personal property: to-wlt! Tn Re: Estate nf niva 51.
All adult fartera eled to Ieehing _______ __ _
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a high iselM*! ...... flit rrrterr t..rrrrr
getting a better Jib am ast<
to register for ..M*.* stunm a t -1.----------------------------------1 fCRossiiiiyROAST
the Vo-Teeh Ce ter. Fr Wj. P i 1i

matron can 9S+41M. Everyvae: ___
needs a better e4ueMe >ta tola I

space age.Greater.BetMetoM flto. WM I I FOOD

Baptist Church, Her. Jasper Ii i i

Williams pastor. Me/ aisM.. I
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. ti.9d
night. Choir lie. aBoard led labevl I III I I
No.2'wM ..... "I.an I I I
day night Prayer llae/ls.. FOOD PAIR I
Thursday night tteery isle III t I. I I OUAIItVJS ,. I FA I RSUPERMARKETS I

the church. FrUay -.**. I... I I Of' a.j u c 88 I
dies Circle. Satnriiar. ...... Mnera I I
will be sold kea ire kNe%. U.S. CHOICE 1 @ p
en. Each member :la .nfcu. .c to I'

purchase a plate. II I II
An official Mtnt.. *. to
-a -rasa--recce --
held Caturday Btd, MIl Ml

cent members and are ft ac4r.-. II lie flt6allp. 14841' I i i. .BNELESSDay: !

School. 9:3: Jteftlrhg tleflhtp
at 11. At 3 p.m. TTsIwn. ...... III
No. 1 and 2 wffl ussauy t- I SAVE I POT I Wednesday, I
Baldwin to St. Pad >wlMllee.ry
Baptist Church K v.JtMet'! paA. ; j

Board or, to participate anniversary.! to The a 1IIlbela IIeBHr' 1.1 I. .1 i'I I'I M ;"I TOO! !

Choir will render wt ete. Bven- [ STAMPS'
Ing service S )I... nrtswt lito I WHOLE BAGGED I I -- I

way welcome. I I
The members heimi'tt: J8ev. I FOOD FAIR
Jasper William'' wltk a galpllee i FLORIDA C I PRICES GOOD I
I I. V''OI'' '''''oU'
birthday party: last P'4. .1\.1 L g 98 I WEDNESDAY SEPT. 17th, 1969. I

spiritual happy night The and time.Ebenezer liowwee everyone. wife 8IIIIf'eC'rely'a I GRADE TAI : I J.S. CHOICESLICED LB I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I

Baptist daii*.
Rev. Leroy Davisaster.. ami- i
day School 9::45. Bit.* It"-
each Tuesday alfM. Sassy CHUCK I CHUCK 1/4 PANTRY PRIDE

Meeting Thursday sight Regular ALL MEAT
services coil k.. bent I.... PORK LOINCHOPS
day. Sept. 17. what 11elIt4R ROASTl STEAKFierrq's SLICEDBOLOGNA
Choir serving.. At 9 "... t1r
Senior Choir W4B aeeeaallte9. I 1

the congregatloa te lIIM.. II soonrAtle. sole r.u
render aervlee JOT Rer. ....... .wl.

-Jenkins. An memfcen act I.LINE
friends Invited to ark... .&
Greater Allen Chapel A-
Church Rev A. R. :b. ee IJIII.
Acting Pastor. Slm1s y Mnet,
10 a.m. Morning ft'rVtft' l lit It
with the Juntor dwell Si
charge. The speaker wM III
Miss JuanHa Ortflln. Rev. HYGRADE

Richardson wM HiBnei1. Mre. ??&, BREADED-HEAT'N EAT FLASH FROZEN
message at 6 p.m. All ntemben
and friends invited te.g esed. RICOTTA FRIED FISH DRESSEDWHITING

Nodes Of Hearts ti [eFtlehe.
For Closlns As.d As>.*don_>.. CHEESE LOAF
Of County Cruded M.n4 KUBnlnsr .-
Thro..h Tk. NWy..Eye M
Of IteetluSl. 3*. Tows)****) T
-south, nnmm ai-B:.n, i.rs*
s.Between nut Slat K.s sl im And 1.. 2 LBBOX 79 5LB $1 J .

To Whom It May Concern!: 7
You will take notice mat hi BOX
accordance with the provisions
of Section 336.uY through 3..13.
Florida Statutes a puMIc hear
Ing will be held bv the Board
of - -
9f County Commissioners 'rT ,
: rau.v.a Count: ,, i ,.i.uu. in the r25coff :

County Florida Courtroom on Courthouse the of 6th the day Bradford of Atarke Octo, PANTRY PRIDE 48 SERVINGS : : : 15C Off :'
her A. D. 1969 at 10:05: o'clock WITH HANSNORM I I
A.M.. on the petition of Anthony WORTZ HUNGRY JACK i THI pURCNAfI PBIC1' Of '
F.Benckowslty B..nckow, ky his and wife, Evelyn which ELCHILI FRUITCOCKTAIL PILLStURY. INSTANT MASHED I 4 PILLSBURY I I GIANT SIZE Olb.loz.) I II

minute petition was or the spread meetlnr upon.( the the SALTINES I CAKE MIXES I I 3-B I II
Board of County Commissionersheld POTATOES32oz ALL
on the Ith day of September I I I CONCINtRATIO I
A. D. 1968 requeetln) that WITH
aid following Board close described and property abandonthe THIS COUPON. I I WITH THIS COUPON. r
situate In Bradford Coun 1 LB
lying ODD OMIT t .
a OOS f lama
coos OMLT AT VOOtt *!
ty. Florida: 5ot BOX situst,.... ifosii.. COWPOM50yf.9 I I a SITIIN. o..I COUPOfs
... ...
A county traded road BOX ea.. JP .I. I. \ 1.e1.1a1, .i P.....14.CCC II
between State Road 221 and U. CANS Sit I ?< lose .. "-ILWe0N 411..
In the aow.suu .0.u.<
and being
8. 301) lying J L
NVl'+.i of SE' \/4. Section Ui .... _- - M"J
Township 7, South Range -- .n -
East, with 60 feet.a width of approximately I : '. I i

All and Interested he heard parties at the time mayappear f Pantry jr> r-: L -Z=>,nknAnr/ 1I
and place above specified.Dated I ). [./.n j-i / JflV "
thl *th day of September 15 .., .
A. D. 1969.

Board(SEAL Bv Bradford-Of)sCharles County County ComtnlcsloaetrOr A. Bvrtiy Florida.' I i WHITE 24o."LOAF IN THE SLICED- 'I'J: -I

Clerk of said Board It chIn BANANAS U.S. NO. I WHITE

The Cheek-C wt4 *>**itoJadl.1 *
Clrmlt" riorM* >a BREAD
And For Hrmtfin CimmliCIVIL f 4/99
Case N.ACVt act**Slierrlnv. i i POTATOESSWEET i

Plaintiff Franklin-v.- Villle.m Dale J. B. DayDefendant. SAVE Ill. PKG OF 8. ICED ASST

NOTICE .OF SUIT -no tits.PERT I ROLLS. . . 3/s i ;

:J. a. D: ay C
You Are ire William Hereby Notified thatan I o I SAVE 1C*. BAG OF 2O. COUNTRY SQUIRE

written required filed action against to for defenses nerve you.adoption a,arvd copy K. ant has yow ef to your been are It, I LB i SPLIT ROLLS. . . 29*! !110 BAG LB 59'

on the and plaintiff's address attorney Is George, whosename H.Pierce .. I I SAVE 10t. 8 INCH. FRESH BAKED 1 I
203.206 N. Temple Avenue *!
the, Starke orlrlnal. Florida with the cad clerk before file of I I CHERRY PIES . . .49 ,' 1S

above styled court on or .

judgement mayobeerentered de.manded .
a 'alnnt you complalat
In the or
: seal WITNESS of said Court my hawd o. .et and>enter t4re FRISKIESASST RICH'S FIRM RIPETOMATOES WRAPPED EATING
Clerk of said Court
As BAs: fieulah DeputyNetlee M.Cl..I1..11 Moody It to-I DOG FOODS SERVE W WAFFLES CARROTS | APPLES

Of A4->.1I..A.4..... 1lee.
IS4.1S, ... .. 4 IN
Notice Is Hereby .Ire*. that PLASTIC
Mr.] T J. Alderman the teoMer CMTNNIWI



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\Women Tie For Hampton Council; Early Under RegistrationNow Way Cattle AuctionedIn

I One May Withdraw Before Run-off At Santa Fe JC rkii1 Forced SaleCattle

Early registration for the fall -,
term (Term II) at Santa Fe
A run-off election for a position votes. R. J. Williams, incumbent \ Junior started September 8 and equipment at the :.

on the Hampton City councilman, was defeated and will continue through th'a' Norman R. McLeod ranch near

Council! may b3 unnecessary receiving 4n,29 votes. The 19th, according to Dean far Records Brooker went on the auction
with the announcement Wednesday other incumbent, Tracy Jones, 26.
and Admissions Edwin E. block Aug.
by one of the tie-vote candidates did not seek re-election. Eddy. The sale, held by Sheriff P. NO.1
Mrs. Mary J. Jones, R. H. Parker, Incumbent marshal D. Reddish by court order to :
that she would like to withdrawand was re-elected with 58 House Joint Resolution No. 1851 .
Registration! will be held by satisfy a levy of $43,607 against
concede the seat to Mrs. votes over his opponent, Steve appointment at the College's McLeod. brought In 8340. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 9 of
Hazel Thomas. Both women received Varnum. with 17. West Center, 723 W. University! A summary Judgment against Article XII of the State Constitution to delete the prohibitionagainst
36 votes In Hampton'sCity Williard Thomas, unopposedfor the issuance of revenue bonds or tax anticipation
Circuit .
Avenue, from 8:30: a.m. to 3p.m. McLeod was made by
Election the of received certificate under the authority of Section 19 of Article XII
Tuesday. position mayor,
., with .special: night ses1 Court Judge !,George L. Fatten of the Constitution of 1885, as amended.Be .
66 votes. Ernest Green slons scheduled for September; but the sale was. not ordered
Jones mat since
she Mrs.was employed saia out of town, Incumbent mayor, was not a 9, 11, and 18 from 6:30: to 8 until an appeal by McLeod was It Resolved by the Legislature of the Slate of Florida:

.she felt that Mrs. Thomas could candidate for re-election. p.m. for the benefit of working turned down. In the appeal That the following amendment to Section 9 of Article XII ia
devote more time to the job. Seventy-two votes were cast students. September! : 10 from (McLeod contended that the cattle agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the state for
for Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath Incumbent owned by his wife. ratification or rejection at a special election to be held in
4-6 were
She said that Mrs. Thomas had p.m. and from 7:30: 9:30:
indicated: she would be' willing city clerk, who was COLORFUL-Male beachwearhas p.In. has been !Set aside for Sold were 34 cattle Includinga November 1969.SECTION .

to accept the council seat with unopposed.The never been brighter or those planning to register at Honor Student herd of Charolals, other livestock 9. Bonds
new mayor, Mr. Thomas bolder than it is this summer. and farm machinery used
out a run-off. the Starke Branch Center. Gets Scholarships (a) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. No additional
Is also \serving es Hampton'sfire Here cool cotton slacks and of revenue
_ Two seats on the council marshal. Ha is the husbandof surfers are splashed with a Regular registration at the by McLeodJn the operation bonds shall be issued pursuant to Article IX, Section 17, of the
were to be filled Tuesday, and Mrs. Hazel Thomas, who wild profusion of brightcolored College is slated for September Marilyn Patterson, 1963 his breeding farm and cattle Constitution of 1885, u amended. Article XII, Section 19, of
!the other place was won by A. seems in line for a council seatif tropical leaves and flow. 25 from 8:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. high: \ honors graduate of Bradford business. the Constitution of 1885 as amended, as it existed immediately
C. Dennison who received 45 held. ers. By Hang Ten.EXPANDS. and 6:30: to 8 p.m., and on High School, has been, Ollroy purchased $7.583 worthof before this revision becomes effective, i is adopted by this refer-
run-off is not
the September 26 from 8:30: a.m. awarded a two-year academic the Items on the block and ence as a part of this revision as completely as though incorporated
to 3 p.m.Late scholarship to St. John's River several other bidders accountedfor herein verbatim except bonds or tax anticipation certificates
In Ralatka. the $755 of the proceeds.The hereafter issued thereunder may bear interest not in excess
AERO registration will beheld junior College ranked third sheriff's costs, which extended of five percent ((5%) per annum or such higher interest u may
of be authorized by statute passed by a three-fifths ((3/5)/ ) vote of
29 and 30 from. back over a period
September of 200.
a class each house of the legislature. No revenue bonds or tax anticipation -
8:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. She won academic honors as more than a year, and which certificates shall be issued pursuant thereto after June 30,
r Fees for early registration tiara top mathematics and Included feeding and transportIng 1975.

rI a due no latter than; SepE: student at BHS last the stock, amounted to
(b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bonds to finance the
temter: 19 or registration will year. She was named the outstanding 2575. cost of
during that state capital projects issued prior to the date this revision
bs cancelled and the student member of the Honor There were times becomes effective, including projects of the Florida state turn-
must reregister during regular Society period when Sheriffs deputies pike authority or its successor but excluding aU portions of the
H_ registration. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. were called upon to act as Cowboys state highway system, may be refunded as provided by law
Regular: registration fees are R. E. Patterson Jr., 1234 Bland to ride herd upon the-cat- without vote of the electors at a lower net average interest cost
due September 25 and 26, while Ing Street, Starke. tle. rate by the issuance of bonds maturing not later than the
Aw'slim" obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues only.
late registration: fees must be
..,....................................u..u.. .......................................................................... .....................................,..
pal!:! September; : 29 and 30 in ::.%:%%;.,;%%;;;;;;*; .;;;;;;;;::;;:;:;;;:;:;:;";:;:*:;:*:;:;:;;;;,;*;;;*';';';';';';';';';';';'.P.''''.'."::::::::,t,, (c) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXES.

addition to a $5 late charge jij t Public Assistance Payments Total | (1)) A state tax. designated "second gas tax," of two cents

:: : ((2c) per gallon upon gasoline and other like product of petro
According to College officials :jj:;;' .$47,036 To 1,237 Here In August ;: leum and an equivalent tax upon other sources of energy used
each student planning to enter to propel motor vehicles as levied by Article IX, Section 16, of
vr't 1 Li .a :r 14 t.a 'a ..i Y 2 Santa Fe should bring his Social the Constitution of 1885. as amended is hereby continued for a
Security number which the Division of period of forty ((40)) consecutive years. The proceeds of said tax
Public assistance paymentswent statewide
shall be placed monthly in the state roads distribution fund in
will be used this year Instead
to 1,237 persons In Bradford Family Services provided! financial the state treasury.
of a student number. as In the County In August and totaled assistance and services to(

past. t $47,036 according to a 284.879 aged blind, and disabled:
((2)) Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as
Classes for the fall term start from the Florida and to dependent::! chll-
2 report
Sept. persons amended, Is adopted by this reference as a part of this revisionas
September 29 and: end Decem- Division of Family Services in ren in August. Average pay completely as though incorporated herein verbatim for the

bebr 18. Jacksonville ment per person was: aged purpose of providing that after the effective date of this revision
r'i Mkt tie 455 persons In Baker::! County $45.98: blind $56,34: totally disabled the proceeds of the "second gas tax" as referred to therein shall
received aid totaling $16.917 in $53.48. and dependent be allocated among the several counties in accordance with the
August In Clay County 1,159 children $24.59. formula stated therein to the extent necessary to comply with
; all obligations to for the benefit of
received financial aid or holders of bonds revenue
301 persons Welfare checks to these certificates and tax anticipation certificates or any refundings
totaling $34.819. and in Union needy
thereof secured by any portion of the "second gas tax."
County 461 persons received aid persons totalled 9351.969 with!

totaling $18,493. In Columbia the State paying $2,146.325 and ((3)) No funds anticipated to be allocated under the formula

County 2,106 persons received the remaining 7205.643 paid stated in Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as
DRIVEINSHOW 76450. by matching Federal funds. amended, shall be pledged as security for any obligation here
after issued or entered into, except that any outstanding obliga

yr .'.'..'..'..'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'''''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.............................'............................................................................ tions previously issued pledging revenues allocated under said
n+w ;;;; ;; : ;:::::::':;:;:;:;:;:; Article IX, Section 16, be refunded
I w t v BEGINSAT may at a lower net average
lr! ]1 interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding bonds, maturing
SUNDOWN ASC Committee Election not later than the obligations refunded, secured by the same

This is Aero Corporation at Lake City Florida. ADMISSION 75c | this revenues subsection.and any other secunty authorized in paragraph ((5)) of
12 And Under Free 11 Nominees Are Announced if!

Aero needs help-f! you are an experienced aircraft When With An Adult ((4)) Subject to the requirements of paragraph ((2)) of this
subsection and after payment of administrative
worker, wonderful Come as you are. If you haveno FRI., SAT., SUN. very Farmers important are reminded part of of the a The ballot should be marked the"second gas tax" shall be allocated to the account expenses of each of
and sealed inside the several counties in amounts to be determined as follows:
SEPT. 12, 13, 14 election !! plain envelops.
process for Agricultural There shall be an initial allocation of
one-fourth ((1/4)) in the
_ experience we will teach you and pay you Double Feature Program Stabilization and Conservation to .enclose Growers any are other cautionednot mater. ratio of county area to state area, one.fourth ((1/4)/ ) in the ratio
(ASCJ county committeemen of the total county population to the total population of the
while you learn. Learn an aircraft trade today. THKTRUB especially where ballots are lal. Also, they s'.iouli: not write state in accordance with the latest available federal census, and
STORYOFTHI mailed In to the ASCS county 'on the plain' envelope. This assures one-half ((1/2)/ ) in the ratio of the total "second gas tax" collected
Contact either nearest office. In Bradford! County the the secrecy 'of''their vote. on retail sales or Use in each county to the total collected
your SILP.CONFESSED. deadline fr The plain envelope should in all counties of the state dunng the previous fiscal year. If the
returning ballotsIn
then be put inside the envelope annual debt service requirements of any obligations issued for
BOSTON the ASC election is Friday! with the statement the any county, including any deficiencies for prior years, secured
Sept. 19.Bradford. on under paragraph ((2)) of this subsection exceeds
State Employment Office Or Aero Personnel, STRANOLBR.20th County Office Man. back. This statement, la a car.tlficatlon which would be allocated to that county, under the the formula amount set

.. ages Warren Carver, points that the ballot was out in this paragraph, the amounts allocated to other counties
.....c....- .lo.BOSTON out that. marked by the farmer 'personally : shall be reduced proportionately.
Coley Field, Lake City Florida 32055. THE been mailed with envelopes!the ballots have without undue Influence by ((5)) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2)) and ((4)) of this

sent to all eligible voters of any person. The envelope subsection shall be administered by the state board of admin
STRANGLER record in the should then be mailed or otherwise istration created under said Article IX, Section 16, of the Con
P.....t a.. Co'o..*D.L.., SM ".QIo. One county office. delivered to the AiCS stitution of 1885 as amended and which is continued as a body
envelce is plain and the county: office. corporate for the life of this subsection 9c( ). The board shall
other has a statement printed- remit the proceeds of the "second
PLUS "Be sure to slam thLs statement gas tax" in each county
on the back which the farmer account for use in said
on the back of !the outside county as follows: eighty percent ((80%)
needs to sign. A witnessed to the state agency supervising the state road system and twenty
envelope, Mr. Carver urg percent ((20%) to the
mark will also qualify governing body of the county. The
as a islg- percentage
ed. "If it is net signed, the bal
2Q nature. allocated to the county may be increased by general
.. .
Can't .ww.warrrais.fl lot will not be considered as a law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax" subject to allocation
see vote. And we certainly want to the several counties under this paragraph ((5)) shall be used
Dilll] QUICK QUIZ every ,eligible voter's ballot to first, for the payment of obligations pledging revenues allocated
jd count In the election." pursuant to Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885,
Q-How many states in as amended, and any refundings thereof; second, for the payment
the food FliNT the Union were once independent of debt service on bonds issued as provided by this
republics? paragraph ((5)) to finance the acquisition and construction of

.4 7 J wawCINQMAQCOPQ A-Three-Texas, Hawaii Interesting Accessory roads as defined by law; and third for the acquisition and
Scarves construction of roads. When authorized by law, state bonds
and Vermont. on hats make an
Interesting fashion pledging the full faith and credit of the state may be issued
.JrJ COLOR o. DI Lure ace e asory without any election: (i) to refund
for Q-Upon what unit of Using a hat in a neu obligations secured by any
of the
portion "second
t length is the metric system gas allocated to a county under
tral color
: you can use It to
-v.' .;: based? Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885, as amended;
complement several outfits (li)) to finance the acquisition and construction of roads in
A-The meter. It is a
one- by using different when
millionth color-co- county approved by the governing body of the county and
a longitudinalline ordinated scarves as its hatband the state agency supervising the state road system; and (Iii) to
4.r vw. "f'" '2' -. [ FLORIDA from the North Pole to refund obligations secured by any portion of the "second gas
Equatcr. customary tax" allocated under paragraph 9c(4)( )( ). No such bonds shall be
terms, this is about 39.37 issued unless a state fiscal agency created by law has made a
inches, a little over a yard. CARD OF THANKS determination that in no state fiscal year will the debt service
frost ? requirements of the bonds and all other bonds secured by the
Q-Which U.S. president say thank you to pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to the county
started the precedent of not our friends neighbors Bradford exceed seventy-five percent ((75%) of the pledged portion of the
attending the inaugurationof High School and fie Methodist "second gas tax" allocated to that county for the preceding
his successor? Church for their thoughtful ex- state fiscal year of the pledged net tolls from existing facilities
Weekdays 7 P. M. A-John Adams, who absented pressions of .sympathy at the collected in the preceding state fiscal year, and of the annual
Sunday 3 P. M. himself rather than death of my mother. These average net tolls anticipated during the first ((5)) years of opera !
'' e 1 Saturday 1 P. M. witness the inauguration of courtesies were of much solaceto tion of new projects to be financed. Bonds issued pursuant to :
'I t t suy rr Thomas Jefferson. Other all of us. Mrs. Ralph Dlgga this subsection shall be payable primarily from the pledged tolls

N s Fri., Sat. Sept. 12, 13 presidents have followed his and family. and portions of the "second gas tax" allocated to that county.

i iI example. (d) SCHOOL BONDS. Article XII, Section 18, of the Constitution

L )' Double Feature Program I of 1885, as amended as it existed immediately before
: this revision becomes effective
is adopted- by this reference as
} *_>*woe ................ll v. ttUt'DonTfciotts part of this revision as completely as tnougn incorporated herem
verbatim, except bonds or tax anticipation certificates hereafter
I i t tf issued thereunder msy bear interest not in excess of five percent
tA, PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ((5"r) per annum or such higher interest as may be authorized by

f ':35k '77te II!! AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON statute passed by a three-fifths vote of each house of the
legislature. Bonds issued pursuant to this subsection (d) shaD be

H.-, M o" ___ .. __' .. ..N 'gtJe God? NOVEMBER 4, 1969 Section payable 18 primarily, of the from Constitution revenues as provided in Article XII,
: ... < of 1885, u amended, and if
.: : C '
l 'TlC'COLO" NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION authorized by law, nay be additionally secured by pledging the
.I PLUS full faith and credit of the state without an election. When
authorized by law, bonds issued pursuant to Article XII Section
Then what you need is a modern no-frost ... I HtmocfmvrI WHEREAS The Legislature of 1969, under 18. of the Constitution of 1885 as amended, and bonds issued
refrigerator freezer. You can always see and the Constitution of 1885, as amended, of the pursuant to this subsection (d), may be refunded by the issuance
easily get at all the food in the freezer section. m" mAU AN EmID".. State of Florida did pass a Joint Resolution of bonds additionally secured by the fun faith and credit of the

No more chipping away at cakes of ice to .. .. i -' '7 AHOITHIANS BEAU proposing an amendment to the Constitutionof state only at a lower net average interest cost rate.e .

get the meat out for supper. No more puddles --5'" e ":! I INTO.If OWN SUN the State of Florida and it was agreedto ( ) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds issued pursuant to thss Section
of water in the refrigerator and on the floor 1'''' CERTIFICATE! by a vote of three fourths vote of all 9 of Article XII which are payable primarily from revenues '
when you defrost. Because there is no -''F1 l A UNIVERSAL 00 .. the Members elected to each house of the Legis pledged pursuant to this section shall not be included in apply

more defrosting ever I -:11: ,.LAnd RELEASE COLOR r. CHRISIWI AOUr lature. The votes of said Joint Resolution :Section ing the 11 limits, Article upon VII the of amount of state bonds contained in
this revision.
today's refrigerator-freezer has 50% more was entered upon their respective journals
space inside for 50% more food. Yet it fits, ... .:,o r j SUN., MON., TUES. with the yeas and nays thereon, and they did, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have hereunto'
in the same space as your old model. --1. SEPT. 14 15 16ONCE set my hand and affixed
determine and direct that the said Joint Great Seal
And when a new refrigerator freezer, ; "- .
you get c.1 --+! of the state
( of Florida
_. Resolution be submitted to the electors of the at Tallahassee,
don't throw the old one away. Many people --'- r the
put the old one in the family room garage, ....-..- I State of Florida at a special election on A.D.Capital this the 27 day of August,
or patio lisa great place for party foods and November 4, 1969

beverages. See your appliance dealer about the NOW, THEREFORE, I TOM ADAMS Secretaryof
wide range of no-frost refricjerator-frcezers State of the State of Florida do hereby I

He has a model and a color for you ..'\.,.. give notice that a SPECIAL ELECTION will be

Having two refrigerators won't hurt your ............. ., .. # held in each County in Florida on the first
budget because there have been eleven rate .f: "," RiaaisiRSUSRta.s' Tuesday after the first Monday in November, TOM ADAMS

reductions since 19571 The overage! price which date is November 4 1969 for SECRETARY OF STATE
aeAl.A.e4LAA4.N1LOMrANrtoday the ratifi-
paid per kilowatt hour by FPL-servcd families UPON TIME (SEAL)
cation or rejection of the said Joint Resolu-
is one-third less than it was in 19571
There's no match for Nameless! elcclfic IN THE WEST tion proposing an amendment to the Constitutionof
the State of Florida, viz
1I0tISCl1P(' Ito caor' t MMMXM KIM i
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KEYSTONE ,HEIGHTS MELROSEI I I I,In Weds Church Mr.Rites Thoburn I ti Hearing Set For Sept. 17 I

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Haber
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- - the
- stroh of
IT __ announce marriage

Keystone Carol Wolfe Weds John StorerIn their Leona ywngestdaughter, to Terry L. Thoburn,Marcia of i On Proposed Zoning ChangeA I

I I Hulks l- First Baptist Church, Keystone Leesburg.The .

public hearing: will be held light at the intersection.: Coun-
By JIM FOX candlelight ceremony was Wednesday 17 at build a new 100.000 sanctuaryon
Sapt. 7:30: cil also voted to undsrwirte the
Please Phone In Christine Carol Wolfe, daughter held on August 18 In the chapel its property this location.
Your Items 473-414S p.m. in the Keystone Heights cost of a new stop-and-go light
of Mr. and Mrs. William M. of the Morrison United Methodist Mayor Ray Starnes stated
municipal building peti-
on a If Installed Estimated cost
Wolfe, of Keystone Heights, and Church with Rev. R. Eu- tion that he was in sympathy with
for a change in zoningfrom
would be $900.
SCOUTING ACTIVITIES An Informal happy hourwas John Gregory Storer, son of r gene Rutland officiating. business to residential the concerned property owners Street Chairman James Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stor r, of and would like to the area
held at the Nelson's home, on
Scouts of Troop 105 "tubed" along State: Road 100 from reported a bid of $270.40 from
Lakeview Drive,Saturday even- Bristol, N. H., formerly of Melbourne The bride was /given in mm- returned to residential classifi
Jones Funeral Home to the
down the Itchatucknee River on Roy Tyre for Installing a con-
; Fla., were united in r riage by her father. She worea cation.
August 24 for their monthly ing.On southeast city limits.A crete walk in front of the! city
Sunday the group, num- marriage at 3 p.m. Saturday, t 4 street length white lace dress It was reported that a recent
outing. Twenty scouts and petition asking for the
seven and bid of $200 additional -
bering 31, gathered at the Ma- Sept. 6, in the First Baptist with high neck and lace ruffles, straw vote showed a 39 to 1 hall a
adults braved the chilly waters change was presented at a recent from Gainesville firm for
sonic Hall for a covered Church, Keystone Heights. and long puffed sleeves. Her count in favor of a stop-and-go a
the 3 1/2 hour
for float on Council meeting and several topping the concrete with, river
tubes. dish luncheon and meeting. Bill Officiating ministers were bridal bouquet was a white prayer light at the Intersection of
\ residents of the area in
The troop outdoor Wells of Gainesville acted as Rev. Ferna Wolfe and Rev book topped with a bouquetof Highways 100 ad 21 Instead of rock.Mayor
activity I question arpeared at Tuesdaynight's : Starnes had advocateduse
white mums, liliesofthe-
emcee for the meeting. Lawrence Carroll. the present flasher. A member
scheduled for
September Is
a meeting to follow up of the rock being more
valley and blue streames. as
Florida I MARS Director L. provided
father son cookout and over- Nuptial music was : their of the police force said that
night camping trip at the troop'scampsite W. Buckalew, of Orlando, out- by Miss Francas Powell, organist f request. three or four accidents had occurred In keeping with the municipal
The told Council
bridegroom's They were by building than plain concrate.
at Keystone Airport. lined many of the missions, and Miss Linda Price, solo sister, at the intersection since
plans and accomplishments of Miss Jerry Thoburn, was maidof Chairman Everett Fox that he installed Due to the present "tight"budget
the State Road Department -
Barbecued chicken will be the the MARS program since its ist.Given honor. Thomas Walsh, the would reinstate the old Zoning situation, however.
main attraction the in marriage by her the flasher about a year
menu. earliest beginnings.In bridegroom's grandfather, Board, or appoint a new one in Council voted to settle for the
During September membersof father, the bride wore a formal
commenting on the attend- served as best man. time for the hearing next Wed- ago.Safety concrete. It was also decided to
Troop 105 will begin usher- full length gown of Jakarta, chairman Joy Baker
Ing at the University of Florida ance, Nelson said, "Everyonesaid fashioned with empire bodice, ) nesday.It was authorized to write the get prices on two exterior
to A was said that the change to defective ones
they enjoyed coming doors replace
football Scouts embroidered wedding reception was held the objections
games. are reminded batlan neckline of /- :saD outlining city's
Keystone Heights fQr this an- at the from business to residential the of the bulldiig.:
home o'fthebridegroom'sgrandparents at rear
that September 20 is the Venise lace, arvl calla lily / to the flasher and statingits
mal gathering of MARS, and Mr. and Mrs. would not Interfere with plans The low bid of Kim's Shell
first date on the agenda for sleeves accented with scrollsof preference for a stop-and-go
ushering.The .hey hope to come back again." Thomas D. Walsh, of Leesburg. of the First Baptist Church toBy Service on gasoline at three

troop undertook a fund- This is the fourth year that the Venice lace.; Tha A-llne The couple will reside in y!;':::::::::::::::::::yV::::::::::::::::::K::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::;:::,:,:.:.:.:.:::.:::.::.::,:,:,:,:.:,:.:,:,:.:.:.:,:.:,:.:;. :,;.;.;.:...., cents discount per gallon, and
skirt, enhanced with lice appli ,
meeting has been held in Keystone Leesburg. oil at 80 certs off per gallon
raising project on August 23
circular chapel
ques, featured a
when they sold Krlspy Kreme train flowing from a Kakarta Pl' I Indians ReatlyUuu..l was accepted subject to clarifi-

donuts In downtown Keystone.The MISS ILLINOIS bow. Her headpiece was madeof cation of a technicality: in the

project added additional HAS GRANDPARENTSLIVING Venice lace and tulle, with bidding.
funds to the troop's treasury, IN KEYSTONE BuyDrive..ln The councilmen went along
three dewdrop pearls hanging !
finaced the Itchatucknee River from the three-pointad: cap. She cake topped with miniature TheatreAt IiI For War Path! !! with a request from Mayor

float trip, and also gave troop carried a white Bible centered bride and grcom, centered the Starnes far a $::00: contribution

members an opportunity to earn with white orchid. bride's table which was cover- KeystonePete toward the expense of four new

their own dues. Another do- Miss a Gail Wolfe, sister of the ed with a Madeira linen cloth Mike Chitty iF" '"'\ r signs to be posted on highwaysat
nut sale will be held on Sat- pink net ovarskirt. and Joyce Barton of All Indications point to agood r entrances to the city. giving
with pale :
urday, Sept. 13, beginning at bride, was maid of honor, wear- The cake was flanked by two Lake Santa Fe, have purchasedthe Season of Football for the information about local civic
formal of yel-
8:30 The donuts will ing a full length Drive-In Theatre Indians of Keystone muchof
: a.m. candles in gold holders Keystone fighting clubs. Starnes said tint
bod- white
sell for 60C a dozen. The' low Jakarta win empire dls'ws: of mints from Mr and Mrs. Frank Den- High School this year. Head t the labor and materials for
and and cut glass
sales will be a activityfor 0 Ice, accented with white will operate it on "We but
monthly nuts were at each corner. blyker, and Coach Roy Bayless says the signs had been donated
the local troop. /green. She carried a cluster of and table trimmed with weekends during the fall and have a small Club this year, they would still cost over $500.
=New Troop Junior Officerswere daisies. The lilies of the valley, and winter season, before resuminga but we're quick and hard-hit- The Rotary Club and the Lakes
served his smilax
elected at the Patrol Lead- 1t Douglass Etorer "
full schedule next spring. tlng. Club will make up the vest of
ers' Council held on September brother as best man and ushers wedding bells.: The Indians are still In the the money he said.
2. Mike Wrinkle was elected + were Jack Masson. Billy Mrs. Marian / Suwannee Valley Conference of
Senior Patrol Leader, with Rob Wolfe, and David Chapman. guests at the door and also The opening attraction under and have been tagged by some On the recommendation Council
Cook, the
Dazey and Doug Benson as Assistant After the ceremony a rece>- kept the bride's book. Serving the new ownership this Friday, "The ones to beat" this year. Councilman
for -
as fee mowIng
to raise Its
Senior Patrol Leaders. tion was held in'fie church, punch were Misses! Cathl Storer Saturday and Sunday will be Coach Roy Bayless has been voted the

Mark Jordan was appointed Junior where baskets of Fuji mums and Terrie Padgett, and Mrs. "Angel in My Pocket" starring elected President of the Suwan- a lot from $3 to $5.to It notify Is

Assistant Scoutmaster. and baby mums were used In W. B. Belota Miss Linda Ogles- Andy Griffith.Mr. nee Valley Conference for this practice of the City needs

=Newly elected patrol leadersare decorating. Two large seven- by and Miss Karen Storer cut year. Assistant Coach Charles the owner when a lot does
and if the owner
Tony Burke, Bruce Ban- branch candelabra were usedon the wedding cake. and Mrs. Denblyker will Newlon has been chosen to ser- mowing then

non, Dave Thacker, and Rick either side of the altar, Following a wedding trip in return to their former home in ve as the SecretaryTreasurer. not comply In ten days, bills

Warren. which was centered by two New Hampshire: the couple will Ocala. Mr. Denblyker has accepted Wouldn't It be nice to have the i+. ,, the City does the work and

Troop 105 is presently con- Rev. Milton Scripture, a large wedding bells. reside at Ashland, N. H. after a traveling position with President of the Conference, the property owner. school
,r that two
ducting a new member roundup. resident of Lake Brooklyn and The three-tiered wedding September 15.Keysoners. Broadway Shows! coach the Champions of the r1. Cook reported
A pocket patch will be presently serving as interim Conference? tone signs had been elected on

awarded to each Scout bring- pastor of Big Darby Baptist Nightingale Street, as ordered

ing a new member into the Church in Plain City, Ohio and $100,000 Bond tizr INDIANS READY by the Council but that one of

troop. Although the drive is onlya his wife were justly proud o FOR WARPATH! Coach :Baylesa the signs were stolen the next
Issue Sold
week old, the troop has already their granddaughter, Miss Dul- By Besides being, happy with the Heads day.Mayor
increased its member- Scripture, who won the 1969- First BaptistsSuccessful condition cf his Indian warriors. Suwanneeyear. Starnes deplored the

ship by more than 10 per cent. 70 Miss Illinois Beauty Contest Coach Bayless feels he has a Half back Jerry Tur- 'hobbY" of collecting street

and competed in the Miss completion of the capable, well rounded Coaching has been signs practiced by some young
MARS FESTIVAL Staff for the up-coming ner coming up fast, and said everythinSpossible !
America Beauty Pageant in Atlantic $100,000 bond sale far a new season. people.
Keystone Heights may not City Saturday evening. Bayless feels that the additionof and could occupy this position should be done to sea
sanctuary for the First Bap-
have anyone who has set foot Miss Scripture, the 20yearold Lyndell Kirtley has helpedIn some this season jne uuwi. that it is stopped.
on the moon, but Herb and daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Ust Church of Keystone Heights( / VP 'lMo Improving his Staff. Klrtley half back position Is slatedto The tsiayor also repotted that

Lola =Nelson entertained a group George B. Scripture of Hamil- was announced yesterday by has been helping Coach Baylessand be filled by Jack Wingate; the Florida Public service Commission -

of MARS men and their families ton, Ohio, is a student at Jud- Warren Brantley, chairman of Asst. Coach Charles Newlon and Sandy Grayson, who will had requested use of

last weekend. These men from !}. c..q $ I'JJ" the steering committee. during pre-season practice,but be kicking, will hold the full the municipal building for a
MARS are members of'tne lOt 'tHfr. jTbe entire: !.s.iu.s.of first mortgage back slot.Rickey.
ther 1s pas Or of'th 'r ... Vu .will take over the Junior Var- hearing at 2 p,m. :Monday Sept
worldwide Military Affiliate bonds: was sold in eight sity soon. The Staff has been Murrhee tackle ,.
Baptist Church in the southern t and 29. on the matter of.Issuing: a
Radio System that is made up Ohio town.Majoring. days, with the final sale made r helped also by Jerry Petrella, Chipper Hague, guard, who are 'certificate to the Keystone

of dedicated amateur radio op- in music, Dulcie Monday. The kick-off dlnnner L. ja' who worked with Junior Var- experienced, will act as anchor Water Works as a utility! for

erators. claimed first runnerup honorsin was held August 30. J4\ sity last seasons' and Wayne men on offensive team. serving the! community. He said
Guests came from Jackson- The church Kuykendall who has been add- The moving of John Warren
the contest last year. This plans to send out this would not Involve any
ville, Jax Beach, Fernandina year's win Included a $4,000 notice t:> bidders within ben, : ed as as assistant this year. from end to tackle, and Jerry change in water rates.

Beach, Gainesville, Alachua, scholarship and other awards. days, with construction expected Among the reasons for Coach Payton who Coach Bayless feelsIs
I Orlando and San Antonio. Texas. to start in 60 days. t Bayless' satisfaction with this a capable tackle, will also
., -- - - - -
-" '" year's team are: hard work- help round out the offense. The
Appreciation is expressed: to
.. : outs, a great attitude, more center position will be filled: IKEYSTONEHEIGHTS
all members of the church
LS experience, and greater speed. by Randy Buff; tight end -Steve
Announcing well as non-members, who purchased \ "Without a doubt, they are in Heptinstall; and split end

bonds and made the. better condition,"are the wordsof Rickey Parades.

expansion program for the Bayless. The defensive team Is also

KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE church possible. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Driscoll as they embarked The Indians have been prac- looking good with the speed of

on return maiden trip of Queen Elizabeth II. ticing twice dally since Augustand Joe Moore, and !Mike Valldejull
are looking good. Accidents to keep them going. DIRECTORYRABY'S

PTA MEETINGThe and injuries were minor Just received word that
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT At Home Again during practice sessions, and if Rickey Murrhee was injured, by
PTA for
first meeting things continue this way, our powder burns and may be out for AUTO
new academic year will be heldon After Travels, Far And WideMrs. Indians could be riding high at the whole season. "We're pull

Thursday evening, September the end of the season. With ing for you Ricky, and we sure SERVICE

18, in the Keystone Heights the abilities they have, and a wish you a speedy recovery."
PETE & JOYCE BARTONOWNERSMANAGERS with By Helen Egan Driscoll's native country.
High School Gymnasium In little luck, the Indians could Following is the 1969 sche- Complete Auto RepairsAir

President Mary Brokas presid- worla travelers from the After spending several days the top their 7-4-0 record of last dule: Conditioning Repairs
ing.Principal Keystone Heights area have London, they on season which led them action Sept. 19 -- St. Joseph's Aca- &: Automatic Transmission
into the countryof
Charles Rider will River Thames
returned to their homes, very In the Potato Howl. demy, away.
OPEN WEEKENDS ONLY : Introduce his faculty, followedby enthusiastic and refreshed after the Windsors, and on to Sheffield THE TEAM: Sept. 26 -- Fla. School for Service
a brief Introduction of the the home of Mrs. PHONE 473-4404
an interesting summer. Donnie Baker, who played Deaf & Blind, home.
II II I I members of the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Houston Drisc- Driscoll's sister, Mrs. Nellie some good football last seasonIn Oct. 3-- Hastings, home. Little Lake Bedford

I Heights football staff, team oll left Keystone in mid June, McGolrlck, and family. the Quarterback slot, will be Oct. 10 -- Trenton, Homecoming -

SHOWING : members and the 1969 70 visiting relatives and friends in This was the Mrs.first Driscoll visit to In guiding the Indians again this BEAUTY SHOP

cheerleaders. New Jersey, their former home England for 'with his capable ball hand- Oct. 17--Taylor, away.
FRI., SAT.. SUN. SEPT. 12, 13, 14 Prior to the 8 o'clock meet- state. While there Mr. Driscoll 44 years, and they spent two year ling. The white shod Baker Oct. 24 -- Newberry, away. KEYSTONEBEAUTY

ing, faculty members will be in was honored by the Grand Lodgeof months sightseeing and visit- led fans through many excit- Oct. 31 -- Branford, home.
their rooms to meet the parentsand Masons with Gold ing relatives In the English How- Nov. 7 Interlachen
"Angel In My Pocket" a 50-year ing moments last season. away. SHOP
discuss clrrculums of Individual countryside. Mr. Driscoll reports -
Button and dinner. Hewas sec- ever, there will be some strong Nov. 14 -- Mayo away.
students. Interested retary for Lodge No. 41 for that he was amazed at romnetition for the soot this Nov. 21 -- Greenville, home. KDtTB' JOHNsoN Owner

parents are asked to meet with 25 years, and a Past Master. the wonderful progress In Pv.oaaIUd Creative Hair Btyl-
Starring ANDY GRIFFITHWe the teachers at 7:30. construction, the homes so
: He and Mrs. Driscoll are members JS'LlL' KYerr Form of Beauty

TEEING OFFI! OES. of the Keystone Chaper of new modernized stores., as well as the Wife of Keystone Founder Cultara 116oaeaT T 7toe...&&. W; closed

Local Golf Pro Edward Rodgers Last year Mrs. Driscoll's
They left the U. S. on the
plan to bring the best in entertainment to the .and.* Tournament. Chairman.' Queen Elizabeth on her return sister and two In laws visit- Services Held WednesdayFor BUILDING MATERIAL

Keystone Drive-In and will appreciate your Patron- maiden voyage for England, ed her In Keystone, where they HARDWARE
(Continued on Next Page) were enthralled with Florida,

age. and the friendly atmosphere. Mrs. Agnes B. LawrencePennsylvania BROOKLYN

These two hap,.,/ uavelers
\l... Enjoy your favorite retur led by pl.ii.e! : to New York, SUPPLY HOUSE

.. and on to their home In Key- Mrs. Agnes Boyd Lawrence, the Keystone Lumber Plywood Builder's

DRINK stone, after a wonderful sum- Ba, widow of John Lawrence, State Hardware Roofing Sheetrock -

mer.BUS pioneer developer of Keystone One of Mrs. Lawrence's early Paneling Paint.. Insulation
AT THE TOUR OF U.S. Heights, died Sunday In Brad-
Jobs was to secure deads for Tools Electrical &: PlumbingSupplies.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridges of ford County Hospital after an .
road rights-of-way and get petitions -
? Lake Geneva decided they* extended Illness. signed for the first school. Hwy 21 N. of Keystone 473-4888
Holiday Restaurant iJkqJ, should 'See America First, Funeral services were held The Community Church of Kay.

and coined a vacation tour from at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the also started
stone Heights was
Nashville Tenn. crossing and
We Put You in Lounge and Package !", re-crossing the U. S. free of stone DeWitt C. Jones da: pel. Key In the Lawrence home, where CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
bothersome problems ticket- Heights, with Dr. A. C. church! goers would meet for

Holt officiating Intarment was services before a church was
buying making reservations, CONCRETE
the Driver's Seat with Highway 21 North Keystone Heights checking baggage, etc. Lei- in Evergreen Cemetery, Gaines- constructed.Mrs. CALL OR SEEEdward's
ville at 2 .
p.m.Surviving Lawrence was one of
surely, by motor coach, they enjoyed -
what Is "America U one brother Marry the early graduates of tha Building

an Auto Loan! having the best and most In Boyd. of Pittsburgh. Pa. Palmer School of CVropract- Supply Inc.

2 Drinks For The Price Of 1 1IN sightseeing," and particularlya ida Mrs.from Lawrence came to Flor and was the first of the proles-, 728 8. MAIN,- 373-4844

Pittsburgh, Pa. in in Pittsburgh.
vacation to practice
with congenial: com Goon
I A low cost auto loan puts you on THE LOUNGE panions. 1917 with her husband who She gave up this carper upon Gainesville Florida

the road to car ownership with Highlights of the tour included was building contractor. Settling' moving to Florida, however,

speed and ease. You can repay in MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY sights in Texas and New Mexico, first in the Sebring area, they and devoted her time to assisting NURSERY
Including Carlsbad Caverns, an soon decided It was not just her husband in the early

monthly installments arranged to underground fairyland. They what they wanted. Continuingtheir development of Keystone O.C. Carnes Nursery

fit your needs. Package Specials This MonthFULL went Into Old Mexico, across "exploration" of Florida, Heights.
the Rio Grande, and historic the Lawrences eventually dis- Thousands of plants

missions, and rested a nightat covered the lake rglon area Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

There's no red tape in our friendly loan depart QUARTSOld the Continental Divide. On around what Is now Keystone Evergreens

ment. Your loan requests get prompt, courteous to Los Angeles, they took many Heights and staked out their Camellias & Azaleas

attention. Come in get the auto loan facts. Barclay Gin side trips, including Walt Dis- claim on Lake Geneva
nev Studio and Sunset Strip. On In those early days Mrs.

KEYSTONE STATE BANKKejrstoiM leaving California, the tour took Lawrence served as treasurer PLANT ANY TIME -

$5.25 $4.95 the southern route on to Las of Lawrence Development Co. Beautiful Roses -

Heights Fla Vegas and the Grand Canyon. and worked side by aide with!
Member F.D.I.C. .
j Barclay Bourbon J. W. Dant Scotch The homeward trip was filled her husband In bringing a new

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly hCOllullunit with cowboys and Indians, and town Into being. It was called "The one book that always 659-2165
beautiful mountain and desert
,." $5.10 $5.99 Keystone Heights in honor of has a sad ending In the check 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

(Continued on Next Pace) the Lawrences' home state: of book." ,Hwy. .100( at fiorahome



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aisled by members of Circle 1 .r=r=rnn rflSSSrSSfl. Congratulations are also W Neal*. Time of .Uw meeting I

Keystoners NEWS. NOTES (Wilson) and Circle II (Barker order tor Miss Charmia H. will be 10:30: a.m. Tippy feels being .
). MELROSEBy Float, who was named to the New officer 'will be install*! forced to go back (to schoolis .
I The Greeson Dean's List at St. Johns River Mrs. Ernest violation! of his academic
By Helen Egan Morning Circle at this time by I..1.

Hilites Home Again .- l...-- J will have the tea room and Joyce Row Junior College in Palatka for Smith. Presbyterial President, freedom.It .
term. Student
COMMUNITY CHURCH baked goods from 9 to 11 a.m. the aumnUr x>f Ocala.
out. Older -
Circle and 2 to 4 p.m. Contributions rrrrrrsrssrsssnrrs-s-n who make the Dean's List Officers are: PreslMnt, Mrs. all evens people
From Preceedln Pal Meetings will ''be held who earned a graie:! are sorry for young parents -
Monday Sept. 15 at 1:30: as follows of materials for gift-making; Our (sympathies to the familyof are those Clinton Barton: Vice-president touring<< with small chil
Proceeding Pace] and monetary gifts will be accepted point average of 3.0 to 3.49. Kimbrough; Secretary -
From : Mrs. W. S. Wilson's and Wallace Austin, who died un- residents Mrs. Harris dren, and the young parents
scenery. Mrs. Ralph Barker's at their at the Wednesday morning expectedly Friday night. Funeral Many Melrose area MM. James Flniayson; don't mind It a bit.
uutcn neise ana his committee While Mr. and Mrs. Bridgeswere respective homes; Mrs. William Workshops or by the church! service !were held Mon enjoyed the food and festivities Treasured, Mrs. Ed Langnecker. .

are busy this week coor- touring the U. S. their Beam. Sr. Circle at the home secretary Mrs. Carr. day at the Melrose Cemetery at the Fish Fry In Hawthorne It will be a luncheon meet- ,1,
dinating plans for the 7th An- of last
twin daughters Marilyn, and of Mrs. Charles Titus with Mrs. with Rev. Kenneth Griffin and Thursday ing. y
nual Keystone Invitational Mrs. Hill Brannon and her two Jack Haber.stroh as co-hostess The Keystone Club will hold !Rev. Thomas Gayer officiating. week. ACTION COMMITTEEHAS :
Men's Tournament to be held ;
children toured South Floridato Its first fall meeting; on Wednes Summer visitors of Mr. and
the club on Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Fred SmIths. Circle, at Burial was in the Melrose CenweteI'Y. NEW OFFICERSThe
day of this week. enjoy the sand beaches and home of Mrs. David Nelson with day. Sept. 17. at 10 a.m. In Clay Among his! survivors was Mrs. Ernest Bartlett were their Melrose Action Committee
particularly the Space Centerat Electric hall. The president, son and family, Rev. and: Mrs. fall meetIng -
On Friday of this week, area Mrs. Lon Rushton co-hostess.! his daughter, Mrs. Eileen Rob- held its first
Cape Kennedy Mrs. Hazel Davis, attended the Bartlett, and daughters
golfers and their club professionals Morning Circle, Mrs. Kelley inson who is also a Melrose Tuesday, Sept. 2nd. in the '
County Council Bartlett, and Mis.Carl
Clay meeting At Judy
will participate In aProAm Oreeson chairman. 9:30: a.m. resident.Air Melrose Public Library. ( .
18-hole tournament at IN HIE EAST at home of Mrs. Nettle Stitch. Oreen Cove Springs extension Force Master Szt. MelvinE. Schulz and daughter: New officers were presentedas

the Keystone Golf & Country Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fer- berry with Mrs. Don wallao:: office on September 3 and received Harclund: son of Mr and !Elisa. of Hanover Park, 111.: follows: President, Mrs. Ask

Club. rell, of Lake Brooklyn recen- as co-hostess. Nightingales, Instructions and materialfor Mrs. Carl E. Hagglund. Sr., and their granJson.:! Richard, Christine Bartlett: 1st Vice- ,

The 36-hole Invitational will tly returned from a sentimental Mrs. James Cook chairman, the ensuing year's work. and brother of Carl Hagglund, Bartlett of Montgomery: N. Y. president, Clifton England: ; 2nd Charley i ,/,

be a shotgun start on Satur- Journey, first by plane to West 7:30 at home of Mrs. Ray Star. Mrs. Emily Ison attended the Jr., has arrived for duty as an :Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett also at Vice President; Sewell Proctor; ,

day and Sunday, with tee times Hartford, Conn.,with Mrs.Fer- nes. Rebeccas, Mrs. Myron Leader Training Session the aircraft maintenance superin- tended the wedding of their 3rd Vive President, David E.

scheduled for 9:30: and 1:30.: relPs\ son and family. The four Prevatt Sr.. chairman 8 p.m. same day. tendent at Offutt Air Force granddaughter. : Miss Catherine Mills: Secretary Mrs. Albert

Participants and their guests of them then took an extensive at her home on Lake Brooklyn. Mrs. Imogene Rlttenburg. Base. Nebraska in a unit of Duncan to. Wesley Gordon In Schoeneman; Treasurer Ed

are Invited to attend 'happy motor trip to Canada, Mrs. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Workshop county extension! agent, gave a the Strategic Air Ccmmand. Silver Spring, Md. Simmons.The Johns

hour" and dinner to be held at Ferrell's native country. Over for Bazaar, each Wednesday demonstration of the month's Fireman Jerry C. Mu- Miss Ruth Bigelow Is seriously guest .speaker was Mrs. .
the club on Saturday evening.For 400 miles of toll-free and blll-\ program on oven cookery, Navy Alachua General: Hos.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting sic grandson of Mr. an:! Mrs.P. ill in Mable Dorsey, Assistant Ccunty Abopt This Question:
additional Information boardless highways of Ontario, which Mrs. Ison will repor.t on ,
Sept. 10. Please Pltal.
bring sandwich. arrived for service Demonstration Agent
concerning the tournament, they arrived at Toronto, where at the next club meeting. Membership Ellis, has executive Board of theWoman's Home
Beverage will be The
provided. Mrs. store ship, She was as- did
combat County. A-huntlnsr
aboard the .Alachua we go
please contact tournament they visited and were entertained Anne enrollment cards will Club met Tuesday to
chairman or Pro Rodgers, at by friends and relatives. McLean Workshop chair be available for those: who wish USS" Concord.'Congratulations: discuss programs for the coining sisted by Mrs. flUes and Miss With our camper, to

4734540.The Near Toronto, at Tothsay,Mrs. man.Please to join or continue their memo to Mr. and details of club Griffin. and fro -
first business meetingand Ferrell revisited her ancestral Wallace report to Mrs. Don bership in the Federal sponsor. Mrs. James F. Dennis, who became year and expansion. .They: spoke and showed pic A tire it did blow
luncheon of the WGA was house, her birthplace. This what day or days you ed program on Homemaker's the proud parents of a house expense tures of the Commodity Food There's not enoughleft

held at the club on Thursday stone house was built by her will work at the Annual Bazaaron activities. There are no fees or baby bey born August 14 at DUPLICATE BRIDGE Club Program and how it Is admin to tow.

afternoon with President Lois father in the late 1880's. They Oct. 1 (intake day) or Oct. dues and every woman is cordially Alachua General Hospital. The Winners of the Woman's istered In Alachua County.It .
last week Does the Charley E. Johns
Walker presiding. Prior to the returned by plane to Jacksonville 2,3.4.Mrs. invited to attend. baby has been named James Duplicate Bridge' ;; was agreed to set up a
meeting and luncheon, WGA and on home to Key- Barry Wyman general FELLOWSHIP CLUBIf Franklin. Maternal Grandparents were: Mrs. Roland: Bryan and memorial scholarship fund Agency offer 'all-risk insurance

members enjoyed participating stone. chairman of the Bazaar met you wish to enjoy the tourof are Mr. ani Mrs. Melvin Mrs. F. T. Rogue, 1st place; Mrs. Ed Simmons is chairman on mobile campers
In a 9-hole tournament. with the chairmen of the sev Mrs. Mary Cools and Miss Iva well and
as as
and Mrs. David Nelson Raiford State Prison on Sept Trent of Melrose and Paternal Further plans will be announced guns
President Walker Col. eral booths for a planning 2nd place; Mrs. Al
welcomedthe session Hlllyer,
Mrs. equipment
months of grand-parents are Mr. later.
enjoyed about two ember 25, please send in your !:
41 members and their on Sept. 3. Ths Bazaar Bachmann: and Mrs. W. J. Oro.
travel, some 3,500 miles Into name, as there is a limit of 25 Frank Dennis of Sneads. Members of the group served -
guests followed Introduction date Is December 3 from Mrs. Robert
by an 9 to 7. lick, 3rd place; guards
the New England States. GoIng for each tour. Cars will leave as school crossing E.
of the club's new officers Besides the several booths, for Clare and Mrs. S. P. Sasholf. ill Charley
and committee members. Out- and coming back, as wellas which circle members the Masonic :hall about 9:15: last week as Mr. Arnold was

going President Mildred Sutton while there they made many start making articles such may as with tour starting at 10. culture gardens greenhouses. 4th PRESBYTERIAN place. CHURCH and not able to be there. Those JOHNS AGENCY
was with stops to visit friends, manyof The tour will be conducted by and the Inmate built, deccrated, who gave their time were,
presented a plaque as Col. handwork, kitchen items patn'! The. Women of the Church,
whom they met while Supervisor M. B. Jordan and and maintained all David Mills. Byron Courtney
i token of the organization's items and chapel in Church
especially: Chlldren'5Shop Presbyterian 131 So. Walnut St.
appreciation for her fine efforts Nelson was In the service. They and Toy S'lop.: where will his assistant. Stanley Crawford, the Interest of rehabilitation. Faith Sept. 11. 'Rev. Bill Poppell, and Richard!
Col. Thursday.
where meet
vlsilted in Maine, will Phone 964-5070
through the complex of hortl- Act !
during the past year. be a luncheon with now Moore.
Nelson was stationed for eight Mrs. Alex at the home of Mrs. JamesUSED
ST. WILLUM'S: CHURCH Among those they en- Gaunt general chairman. a-
Bingo is played every Fri- years.Joyed seeing were their daughter -

day evening, starting at 7:30, and family Proto and BEGGS

in the recreational hall of St. Mrs. R. H. Crowell, of New .. D--=! CARL
William's Catholic Church. Hampshire; Mrs. Persis John- Gulf Service

These sessions are open to the son, of Vermont, formerly of
public. The "jack pot" Is Hillcrest; the John Hancocks,of USED PARTS"

one of the largest ever, so why Massachusetts, who winter .,. ....-:'. .. Top Price for Wrecked Cm
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not join the regulars and test here; and Charles and Edith ---- 24 Hour Wrecker Service

your luckt Smith of Maryland, whose home Fuel Oil -
St. William's Altar Society, is the present home of theJamesR.
ladies are quite active in Beelers. 'MEN WANTED Laundry PUMPS VACUUM cleaners re- Used Cart -
finalizing their plans and pro- CUtMiraD AD RATES: workers, Kitchen aids, laborers cond.tioned: $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue 14w. sot ?IV. Waldo
watchman brands to choose. from. 4BH-190S!!
jects for their Bazaar to be heldon WEDDINGLast cottage: parents, r.ame INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
A GOLDEN Up to U ...... ____ 1JM VICE
October 17. If you are a cooks and clerks, ground- Parts Si excellent repels all
member of the church and are month the Jack Habers- (Ktatnram charge> keeper truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Fire Homeowner SERVICE Small appliancesat

willing to assist the ladies in trohs visited their native stateof ... w.rei aver 15 __ .01 day week eight hour day Water Softeners & Filters ,, Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gainesville I LIFE & ACCIDENT Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
their efforts, please contact Pennsylvania, and their for-As State retirement, vacation, Expert Service On 37 -7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 478-4892 Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchgGAINESVILLE
Mrs. John Sullivan or Mrs. mer city of Wllliamsport. Rites eharr U not sick leave.If interested. please All Makes
Harold Sutton. their Golden Wedding anniversary paid ta a4naee J5Memorial apply in person Personnel DID YOU KNOW it's easy to
September 7, their Plumbing Service I O'A'n", Longchamp Home?
Father Edward Kirby, pastorof was Manager, Sunland Training -
St. illiam's, returned home children, grandchildren, and Bcaolattoaa center. Gainesville, Pia. Phone 964-7061 Better built for Fr4* living MEN WANTED Men cottage

Saturday following a month'svisit great grandchildren feted An equal opportunity employ. DURRANCE PUMP Vow plan or our.. parents age over 21. Startingpay

with his mother and family them with a surprise anniver- 7 Mate par word er. AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours Contact Bu- $295 month, promotion opportunities -

in Ireland. During his absence sary celebration. The settingfor tfcshg I II ford Mitchell phone: C84- and regular Increases T -' -
Father John :McCullenand the happy occasion was a I. 6851 P 0 Box, 238. Starketf in pay. 8 hour day. 5
Father :Malachy McGuire, cottage Just outside of William- CARDS Or TRAM KB SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCEAT I. ft day week sick leave, vacations

both associated the Univer- sport. There, the real sur- 80 word or IM> ___- l.CO Letters tt Numbers for Interior REDUCED RATES state retirement. If interested
sity of Florida, served as Interim prise was the traditional three- and exterior use. All sizes colors. AUTO. FIRE. BOAT please' apply in person Personnel

pastors. tiered wedding cake, but it wasa tech word over 00 __ .01 Bradford County Telegraph DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE JIMMY MOORE'S Manager, Sunland Training Cen-
very special one, for it was tf AGENCY I | ter. Gainesville, Fla

HERE !';' THEREMr. accompanied by a replica OFFICIAL tehx SUN SPORTS !i An eq3.gpontunltyftpploy.] .

and Mrs. tdwin:; Bennett of their Keystone Heights homeon INSPECTION STATION PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to I er.

and children, :Mark and Terri, Lake Geneva. Best of all-- Opea Dally 8 AM. S:30: P. M. $625. Take the drudgery out BAIRD I MOOBE BOAT 'OR! I
in last week- miniature home of work. Bradford County ,
were Palm Beach the roof of the paper -
Except Saturday S U Noon
end visiting with Mrs. Bennett's was covered with 50 one-dollar Telegraph. tf Mobile Homes ED WAINWRIGHT

brother In law and bills for shingles! HILL'S GARAGEKeystone NEW and USED Starke Ph. "4-G'791 AGENCYFor

sister, Mr. and Mrs. ringer, HelfhtaTelephone Complete Outboard &: Stern All Your
and family. :Mr. Bennett's 8-10-12' WideGalneaville
473-14(5 Drive Service and Repair.
mother, Mrs. Geneva Bennett, 1 Insurance NeedsSpecializing
TUNING REPAIRINGMELODY Complete Fiberglass Repatr.
has been visiting with her card in care of St. Vincent'sroom FOR RUNT: TV rot, babybeds. Good Quality : C u s t o m-built Fiberglass! In

daughter and, family for a week. 208. McMichael of elee. guitars amplifiers, PIANO Reasonably Priced ;, Fishing Boats. I Mobile Home Insurance
Mrs. F. W. ,
She with their anc refrigerators week. DA.
returned son : day or I Ph. Starke 964-6818
family to her home in Key- Nashville, Tenn., returned HMER'8. 94-7923. tf-Chg SERVICE Gainesville 378.2785 I i

stone on Sunday.Mr. home Tuesday after a week'svist Serviced, Guaranteed and I BUY. SELL. TRADE: Used ',
and Mrs. James Zowarkaand with her son In law 0XWINO: MACHINE Cleaned Delivered In Starke Area Furniture, Appliances), Tore' I' S. E. 2nd Ave. &

:Mr. and Mrs.EverettFoxattended and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. oiled and& adjusted In your NO EXTRA COST Toote. Wimberly's Trading WANTED: Used Wri rer-Wachi. 2nd Street

the 25th anniversary James Zowarka, and family of borne, 93.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th Post, 7434 Blandlng Blvd. er. Will pay cash or take In Near Post Office

party honoring :Mr. and Mrs. Lakeview Drive. alo. All work guaranteed, Gainesville 378-S785: Jacksonville.. tfchg ''trade on anything./ DAHMER'S. Open 'Til.8 P.M.
James Darby at their homein Dennis. E, Coggtnj, Phone 491 !M4-7923 t-chg
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. ROTARY CLUB Utt. tfdm: Phone 378-5497 SEWING MACHINES I
Robert M. Coleman, district WILL BUY: Used Appliances.
Darby and family are summer
Gainesville, Fla. Largest selections from which I
manager of Southern Bell Tele- Furniture TV's. Stereos anyMMnir -
residents Keystone.
to choose. Pfaff Necchl. Nelco,
Co. was guest speakerat Rebuilding Refinishing DAHMER'8 BUYINGLAND
Mrs. Albert Bachmann entertained phone of value. -
the Keystone Heights Rotary iler BrownVolkswagen New Home. St Universal. MARY
friends a Club last Friday. Speakingon REPAIR ALL MAKES. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
bridge party at ther home Wed- I
The History and the Use National Letters. all sizes color Permanent
afternoon, Sept. 3.
nesday Large House And Ground for wood glass
Guests who enjoyed the des- of the Telephone Mr. Cole- CARTERPAINTS use on
sert bridge Included Mrs. Leo man said that the advent of tl Frame dwelling ((1440 aq. ft.) Machne Co., nlnst'c.! paoer. metal leather.

LeBlanc, Mrs. Tom Bryant, PBX system, calls which use large metal shop with cement 611 \V. University Ave. 378-1355 ANYTHING! -Bradford CountyTf'lplr"ao'h. Dixie Land Co.
:Mrs. Sam Gardner, Mrs. Ed to take 20 seconds, can now be floor. 3 acres fenced It cleared tt
Mrs. Everett Fox, Mi completed In two seconds. He land. A. J. Thomas. Realtor. P. O. Box 158
Dwyer New t..O"1; FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur. EXPERIENCED' WAITRESS-
Harold Sutton and Mrs. John also discussed the efficiencyand Uaed ;, Tel. 964-5701.
Rut fin!. success of direct dialing. Sal" Service nished house for adults. Also wanted. Relief shift. Good pav. St. Marys, Ga.
Coleman discussed the new FOR RENT- 4 room and bath furnished and unfurnished 1O2 E. llrownlee S Annlv in person Longhorn!
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Homer telephones, which are being 1 Ml. North of Tire Mall furnished apartment. Couple apartments. 510 N Cherry St.tfchg. R..ot""r..nt. :'01 R"tl1. tfchff tfchg

and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Lut- used in certain areas of the GAINESVILLEFOR only, no pets Call !!
gens enjoyed a fishing trip In country, that are based on a 9646852.tfchg FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed- FOR RENT 3 bedroom furnished -
Cedar Key last weekend. "memory bank." Instead of room trailer outside city limits. house on Kingsley Lake
LABORERS WANTED Permanent .T. White, 964-S114 tfch
Mike Murrhee, who sustained the present seven digit number B available Sept. 1. Phone 533-
SALE Concrete. block position, all l
a head In system these phones require 2233. 4tp 9-11
injury pre-season FOR SALE3 br. home ca.r.pet
bouse: S bedroom, I bath central benefits. Minimum starting
football training at Gordon Mil only two digits. They CAMfERI in L. R., and D. R. and
heat Corner Manual
alr-condltlonlng. rate, $1.71 per houApply ADDINGfACIIL'lES: -
itary Academy is are programmed, special
much hall. 1 bath, built-in kitchen.
lot. Phone 984-5367. tfobg Southern Wood electric. For sale or
better devices for faster and moreef- Preserving Co., or
as of this writing. Mike, CAR WASH enclosed central heat.
son of Sheriff and Mrs. Jennings ficient communication.The .... Baldwin. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call !Q64-7'541 arage' tfchg rent. Add, subtract credit bal

:Murrhee, will be return- speaker was introducedby 4tchg 9-18 2920 Waldo Road ance. -Bradford County Tetorraph. -

ing to Gordon Academy next the program chairman, Help Gainesville 376-0691 WANTED LISTINGSOn .
Remove excess body fluid with
:Monday; however, due to his James Wharton. Authorized Dealer WE MAKE Homes and:f Acreage Buyers
FLUIDEX tablets $1.49 at
injury, he will not be allowed Nex t_wee 's speaker will be Mitchell Drug! only 3tp 9-11 "Starcraft" "Dreamer" Waiting. Sfout Realty, Reg.! 3 to 8 acre tracts

to participate in the football Judge John C. Connell, of "Wheel Camper" Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Pretty woodland little clearing

program. Alachua County, who will speakon WantedTrainees FOR SALE Oil furnace Travel Trailers Truck KEYS Ph. 964-6609 Starke. Fla. Near school. 3 B-R 2 Bath.

Rick Murrhee Is reported the new Juvenile shelter located Volkswagen. luggage rack Campers Fold Downs 100' Keystone Lake $17,500

allowed feeling much better, and is now In Gainesville. To Work in Bar green rug. 615 N. Church SALES A SERVICE |I FOR RENT Lak! front cot- 3 B-R, bath, large L.R, modern
visitors at St.Vincent's St.Up tnpre. furnished:: week or month.
Hospital in Jacksonville. Rick Joist Fabricating Plant. Will keep: children in my horn Kcvstone Heights. 473-4180 call Kitchen. Patio| Utility,

received very serious burns The police department in APPLY AT FOR SALE 20 acres between AN'TIQUESBOUGHT It sold hily., dally or weekly. Mrs. i after 5 om tfcha $11,000 FHABusiness
from an explosion which occur- the old home town h l modern Keystone Hts., and Starke, $300 furniture refinished upholstering Bryan 314 N. Church St. Phone Property at busy Intersection -
red at his parent's beach home. izing.; They have subscribed Owen Joist Corpof acre. By owner. Phone 473- cabinet work, antiques restored 964-7043. 4tp 9-18 I MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Home Choice location

PJpSlClA he sure to drop him a to a dial-i-clue len ice. 4971. It to their original beauty. I,I Park Tra'lers ..Nt! spacesfor S. E. McKay 473.4816
Florida : Call C. E. Jackson 1313 Madl FOR SALE 14 ft. deep freezs. rent. Phone 9647498. Associate! Mrs. Melba llgen

FOR SALE Around 400 bales son St., Starke. Phone 964-5370. $73. Ph-ne 964-7315. It Stclisr 10-111 473-4740
of good Coastal Bermuda tfchg Keystone Heights
STARKE, FLA. FOR RENT Attractively fur.
REWARD to be cut in bales. I don't havestorage
Men that wart to become
room. Ph. 964-6114. J. FOR RENT F ':-nls1:? 2 professional nished 2 bedroom house. Adults. FOR SALE 1 double bed

VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- B. White tfch' bedrcom.: air-coaditlored cottage : :drivers!: now earning 513 E. Wa Phone S3.50 ar.j u:;. Experience not 337 N Walnut St.
MASTER Add Machines with on crystal Lake. I Harrington, hea.boa.rd:: ; 1-ta.bJe with round
$100 FOR RETURN OF ubtractlon. SPECIAL. this FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished 964-6512 2thg 9-19 necessary:: Plcmznt Service,, ttchqFOR fcrmlca top and 4 formed flber-
after short training with us.''
month only $69.95. Ideal forborne apartment. Lights, water glas chairs with cushions; Refrigerator -
FOR SALE 62 Dadgs: statiOn Fapplicat'cn write Safety SALE Lirge frame
or light office work.- furnished phone 964-5884 or 10 Ft., like new
: cu. ;
MONEY BOXAND tf wagon. Alr-cwidltlored.: PB tt DI-cctor. Natl-n Wde: Semi DI house' and grounds 2 corner ,
Bradford County Telegraph 570 w. Call st. tfchar I 2 Grey and Black striped modern -
electric vision lots Furvlfire' and income
PS. 318-V8. automatic: 1523 W. Memorial BJule1 I
PAYROLL ENVELOPES talljate; $400. Phone vard. Lakeland Fla. 33801. or Terms. 964-7271 by appointment upholstered chairs; long
FOR SALE 3 BR block 964-6512'1 I wooden bench; 1 modern Danish -
Bradford County Telegraph.Ph :gall: 813-683-5975. 2tchg 9-18
house. 1 bath, carpet in LB. chair with two black cu-
$250 REWARDFOR Small equity and take up pay HOUSE FOR RENT o!- ml- WANTED Full time servicj:,I FOR SALE Owner! trans shlors. Ph. 473-4938. Fridays

ments. 1210 Blandlng St.. Saratoga Dog house suitable furnished. at 631 Lafayette St. station attendar.t Mast be' ferred. 3 BR Florida: room. 14batha. 5:30: p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturdayand

Hghts. Ph. 964-5372 after for small dog. Call Wayne I Inquire at 638" Lafayette for in. reliable. Phone 473-4793 or'j I For information call Sunday 10 a m. to 9 p.m.

41tJD. lip] I Phillips, phone 964-7831. Up formation. 2tp 9-18 I 9646T07.' itch, 964-6650. lIp 21. 9-18


AND CONVICTION OF PERSON OR PERSONS The man at the next: desk MOTOROLA DAHMER'S Powerful Gibson Nn _

BREAKING INTO OWEN JOIST CORP. ON JULY used an electric rator but the iiFj'ki'" COLOR CONSOLE

18. 1969.PLEASE. new flavors sound BO delicious: I aster charge Guitar Amplifier
In the ads he Is trying to persuade Like NewHALF DISCOUNT HOUSE BANKAMERICARD.
CONTACT THE BRADFORD COUNTY his wife to ice a cake '".1."."..."" c."o

SHERIFF'S DEPT. OR CALL 9613900. with hiving cream. i HALF PRICE!
PRICE! Ph. 964-7923
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