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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bradford man, Ed-
ward Henry Griffis, 34 ,4'r

was killed Friday night An effort to unite 42 Florida counties to oppose

when he fell from the rear l Duval Rep. John Crider's pre-filled bill to consolidate

v.z bumper of a pick-up truck ) those counties will be made this month, officials from

and was struck by a following \1 Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union .Counties have

automobile. i, decided.A .

i Grlffls was pronounced deadon committee appointed from A Columbia County representative -
New BHS Administrative I said the "gift of the county
SetUpBradford arrival at the Bradford lA about 40 area officials meet-
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( seat holds no attraction for us.
County Hospital. Ing in a Union County court-
High School Principal Ralph urday morning radio program. Griffith aa Griffis was riding on the rear 4 M ANew room will attempt to unite the Under the proposal, the county

ttlggs Warnuy Adkingon! lony tiriffitn aott dean of students will act as go-between between bumper of the pick up and was 42 counties affected by Crider's seat of consolidated Baker,

Carl Clark l-r') discus proposals submittedby the students and the principal. Clark, dragging his foot on the pave- bill when the State Associationof Bradford, Columbia, and Union
when he fell, according to the County Commissioner'smeets would be in Lake City
AUkinson director of student activities at recently named administrative assistant will ...
a State Senator Bob Saunders
report of the Investigating off Sept.. 24-26 In Hollywoodfor
BUS, concerning student council election. assist Diggs In the over-all operation of the icer, Trooper J. C. Cone of .'.' t Its annual convention. The (Continued on Page Six)
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the school's list pep rally and a weekly Sat scbool. the Florida Highway Patrol. \ chairman will call the local .

After falling to the pave- committee back Into session
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Heard ment the victim was struck bya Chamber Exec On Job after the convention to assess Run-Off
35 Witnesses
following automobile. a 1963 results and plan further action.
-- Chevrolet convertible, drivenby John Myers, new executive director of the Chamber of Named to the committee last

James Monor Peters, 27, of Commer-e, confers with Chamber secretary Lillian Pearson. Thursday from the four local

Rt. 1 I. Gainesville, the FHP Myers said he's "gelling settled In and getting to know the counties, slated to be combined VotingOn
reported. under the consolidation pro-
Manning ConvictedOf Both vehicles were headed people I'm working with In order to carry out the policies of posal, were the chairmen of
the Chamber "
west on SR100 two miles as they desire. each county commission, each

west of Starke when the acci- county attorney, and four other TapVoters
dent occurred at 9:40: p.m. members for specific duties.
Speed of the truck was estima- Electrician Protests Major guidance in the com-
ted by the FliP at about 45 mittee's planned action was
Bank Robbery mph and that of the car at 55 provided by Union County At- will decide who will
mph. torney Hal Y. Mains, a for- fill two city offices when they

The car traveled 324 feet Unfair Competition"Unfair mer state senator. go to the: polls at the city fire
station between 7 a.m. ant: 7pin.
down the highway after strik-
Arlene Manning is free, but her husband, Gene, 3. Concealment of the so- ing Griffis, the FHP reported. County Claudell commissioner Walker, a chair-Baker Tu sday.
competition 100 Candidates in the run-off are
was convicted Tuesday in U.S. District Court Jack- called "switch car" and its Griffis was knocked 10 feet per maintain an established placeof
man of the four county com- Bill
what
cent per se" is Wayne S. Kenneth Fuqua and Rojser
I sonville of subsequent storage In Macon, off the right shoulder of the business in the city with
robbing the Keystone State Bank last April Kinney, owner of Walls Electric mittee. He Is also a directorof for police chief and Jimmy BO.
3, a Federal offense carrying a maximum, sentence of Ga. road.No charges filed In the told the City Council :.T)3 is telephone listed in the firm'sname the State Association of wen and Gerali Williams for
Possession and spending were
4. and' shall display a sign County Commissioners. M '.in-
25 years. faced with In an appearance Group 4 council seit.
accident.. Driver of the truck
of amountof
by Manning, a large giving the name :he Is operating < es Is co chairman and legal
Tuesday night.In In the Sept. 9 election De-
in Duval County cash. was Leroy Grlffls brother of under and shall have some- Robert Capell a Columbia
The guilty verdict was returned will remain an Impassioned speech to advisor. puty Sheriff Fuqua polli'd' 770
5. Concealment of identityby the victim. one in attendance to receive commissioner
under bond.
at 1:10: p.m. Tuesday after jail $50,000 County
Council said that he former Chief!
bornin Kinney : votes and police
of aliases. Griffis, a plasterer, was
use
almost three hours of deliberation In a calm and low-keyed summation complaints from the electrical also a director of the Commis-
after the Starke April 9. 1935. He went to college and worked to Bowser received 624 votes.
6. Immediate night
by.s; ,. J2-me.mber jury. It 3 to the jury late Mon- Inspector or other persons con sioner's State Association and
of the obtain his Master Electricians 4 contest BO.,
member Airpark In the Group ,
followed tour days of testimonyby day afternoon, U. S. Attorney .robbery. was a cerned at all times during busi- was named,, \p the committee.
35 witnesses -- 33 called Alan Clark said the testimonyof During the first three days of Baptist Church.; license and that he's trying to ness hours." Robert Drlg ers, Union County wen, a political newcomer:: received -
the trial sometimes Surviving Is his wife, Mary earn a living but is finding it 700 votes and Incum-
testimony, ;
by the Government and two witnesses had proved Man- Kinney said that he la following clerk, will serve as secretary.The
like repetitious fash- Griffis one daughter Miss difficult because of the unfair bent Williams who Is
by the defense. ning's guilt by!: seemed a ; ; the city code and that meeting last Thursday Gerald ,
Brenda Joyce Griffis two sons: competition.The< second pollei:
; UnionCounty seeking term
Sometimes Interesting, he cannot compete with those 'Was called( the
Gerald Edward and Ronald Eu- young electrician charred 514 votes.
sometimes boring, frequently Consolidation: study Commis-
who
do not follow the city code
repetitious, and often conflict- gene Griffis, all of Starke; 10 that some had been granted but that he could not documentall sion. Chairman Lee Brallier, City Clerk Merrill Edwardshas
brothers: Woodrow, LeonardJr. Master Electricians licenses Butler said predicted that the numberof
Ing, the words of the witnesses of them. Lake postmaster,
slowly wove a net of evidence ., Billy, Leon, Leroy, Cleon, illegally and later explained to the meeting was called Thurs- voters turning: cut on Sept.
"There is business Pratt
a !! on
that convinced the jurors, "be- James, and Riley Griffis, all of The Telegraph that others were Street Bradford Electric and day to seek a plan of attack 23 will "drop a gocd 400" from
yond reasonable doubt," that Starke; Monroe, in the U. S. not operating according to the against consolidation and to the 1,728 who cast votes on
Plumbing Kinney said. "Ican.t
Harold Eugene Manning, 34, Army In Missouri, and Ray city code. "see if we want to keep the Sept 9.
find a record of his
Waco four sis-
Griffis Texas
was one of the two men who ; He read Section 79.1 of the status quo." By Wednesday afternoon, 31
entered the Keystone bank ters: Mrs. Doris King of Law- City code to The Telegrarh: license as a master electrician Speakers from each of the four absentee ballots: hid been cast.

shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday, toy, Mrs. Wanda Coblentz of "Every master electrician shall (Continued on Page Six) counties declared their opposition Persons wishing to vote absentee -

April 3, and collected $24- Jacksonville, Mrs. Diane Syn- to the consolidation plan may da.so until 5 p.m. Mon-
430.30, after warning, "This is (Continued on Page Six) day, the 22nd.

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attorney yesterday Manning's, Tracey he court would Danese-seek appointed,a said new Manning: And Troglen Model Hat I 3 Cities With Power Plants i I Ier

trial after first petitioning the 1. Positive Identification of Ion show with Manning and John
court for an extension! of time Manning by six witnesses as the David Troglen (who had already
beyond the alotted seven days "tall robber" who stood at the pleaded guilty to possessing
for "I think I door directing operations with money taken in the bank hold-
don't
tiling By Linda Stabb give toward the opera
and received ten plant budget Is separate CommJssloner, $150,000; gar- ployees and budgeted< $32,934.
In
can prepare my motion in seven pistol hand. up a year (Editor's Note: This isthe from the ) Taxesof utilities tion of the cities. The Editor)
2. Concealment by Manningof sentence) parading before each city budget bage and tax $148,500; Sebring has two directors and
days, Danese said. second In series of articles Water rate- Cost of water
a 5.7 mills on taxable property cigarette tax, $113,540; golf budgeted 55883.
a large amount of witness In a white cowboy hat
In the meanwhile, Manning currency.
In effort to will be figured on 10,000 gal
and horn rimmed glasses. an compare the worth $24,939,610 brought In course membership dues, $30-
The !hat modeling routine electric rates and city budgetsof 143321. 625; sewerage service charges, lons a month, the amount of
the City of Starke with of which Clerk Edwards estimatesas
was an attempt by Manning's Some major sources In- 19780. RobbersHit
Truck attorney to prove that Troglen comparable area towns. We do comeStarke utility system (IIf you have attempted to being average for a familyof
Driving could have been the "tall rob- not attempt here to draw eonelusions revenue fund $75,000; utility Add these figures, you will four. In Starke 10,000 gallons
ber" who stood at the door pertaining to the util service tax fund (includes revenue have discovered that they do cost: $3; in St. Cloud $2.50
Instead of Manning ity and tax structure of Starke from 10 per cent utility not add up to the total budgets (most of the houses are not AtBrooker

Course RequestedApproval with other towns, but simply to tax). $61,000; miscellaneous. given above. We are not at- metered* the city clerk said);
offer some information In a $12,600; cigarette tax, $81.000; tempting to discuss the whole and Sebring, $4.
most complex: area.) bonds and fines, $12.600. budget but only that portion of Sewer rate-Starke has a flat

of a pilot! programfor of the vocational-technical St. Cloud utilities cash the ,budget which is used to operate rate of $1.50 and St. Cloud of

a course in commercial center here. Is about $40.000 $125.000; 10 per cent utility tax the! cities. For example, 250. Sebring charges single

vehicle driving has been< given for the first year, all Federal Numerous cities do own $28,261; cigarette tax $51,910; we do not include the,! power residence $2.50.
by the Bradford School Board. funds. The course ;has 'been requested power plants. How' do the budgets garbage service, $43.000. plants in these figures exceptfor Two robberies in Brooke
Budget for the new course, by the State Depart. of these cities compare Sebring Sebring Utilities the money which the power Trash and Garbage collection over the weekend netted thel-
to be taught under the auspices ment of Education and truck- with Starke? Starke charges nothing, vs about $1,500, according to
City Clerk Merrill Edwards St. Cloud $2 and Sebrlng had Sheriffs deputies

:::::::::::::;:::; ::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Ing told the firms.Board Supt.in Tom a special Casey suggested the cities of St. Cloud Power Plant no charge during 68.69 but will At this: time, deputies be.
and Sebring as being similarIn charge during 196970. A one both have
;11! NOTICE 1 1 meeting Monday night. lieve that Jobs may
Pressure .size to Starke and as cities family dwelling will pay 250. been done by the same pro.
for the first of its
:;:;: The starke Junior' Wo-':::: with which! we could: compare Streets Starke and !Sabring fessionals.
kind
:::: man's Club would llk e to :::: of training in Florida Starke. Discussed do not assess property ownersto Broken into ani robbed were
came from as high as Gov. Again
:::;:: urge' each and every eligible 1:1:: Claude Kirk's office, Casey told This comparison will not be build new streets. St. Cloudasses.s the Brooksr Supermarket: -

:;:::1; voter' to 10 to the polls on :::' the Board.A as accurate as it could have property owners the full ed by Roy Carroll and the Sea-

::;;::Sept. 23 and VOTE. Don't :: project must be written been AS .the city of Sebring cost of new streets:! board Coa-stline Depat.

::j::: think for one minute that ::: and approved by the! State De- sent The Telegraph the 1969.70 By City Councilclslon Fire Department Starke Taken from the .safe in the
budget rather than the! 1968-69
t:ijjjuit:: because Its a Second ;::: partment of Education, but budget requested. So figuresfor pays five fulltlme men and bud- supermarket were $939 !in cash

s t Primary your vote doesn't ::1: SDE officials are helping to Starke and St. Cloud will geted 34571. St. Cloud has five and $iOO worth of rare: coins.

t t-ij:: count. ::: write that, the superintendent be for 68.69 and for :ebrlng, Discussion of the city power of what road to take." full-time men and one part- The depot; safe yielded S9.80 and

I:?:: You know the person you ::y::. indicated. Only similar training plant once again charged the Tucker .said. time fireman and budgeted the thieves also took a roll of
i1 jijtwant to head up :your Uw |i1,;x 1 1I Casey or Vo-Tech Dir. led 69.70.Taxes and total budget atmosphere of the city council He said in order to formu- 38296. Sebrlng1 has seven full- six cent .stamps.
Oglesby knew about is a courseat meeting when the council met late an opinion they need to time fIremen and budgeted The coin collection Included:
about
8: Starke 6,000
: enforcement. So get down :::: Gene ManningBoth population ,
[ the University of North Carolina Tuesday! night.Councilman. know how much it cost Starketo 52173. four hardback green coin books
of
has a total budget $1,038,000.
jij there and VOTE! i g 1
i i1; and one In Alabama. half dollars
Taxes of 7.5 mills brought In Nell Tucker re- produce:! electricity as oppos- Recreation partment containing quarters
.. ;(:: Don't be one of those p ogi'pl ':::: Plans are to employ three Instructors men had dark hair', $87,951 on taxable property of ported briefly on tha meeting sed to how much It would cost Starke has two directors anda and nickles; two or three
: who sit Melt and then j: and to limit enrollment and though his Troglen was stockier 11443953. he and Councilman Gerald to purchase electricity.At number! of part-time employees blue books with pennies and
facial heavier
[:iji:: holler because someone. else :::::: to 18 students. A student than Manning features ose face! to thfip, St. Cloud, with an estimated Williams had with officials of this point a visitor Mrs. and budgeted 24415. dimes; assorted pennies,

|:;put:, the wrong man In office 1:1: must be 21 or over to qualifyto with a prominent acquiline nose. population of 4.400. has a budget Florida Power and Light Com- Broward Capps! commented in St. Cloud has six or seven em- dimes, quarters, ihalf dollars
{:::Make sure you do your :::: drive a truck on the road.It Several witnesses were doubt- of $1,392,000. The tax rate pany. a tone of astonishment. "You ,and silver certificates; two flying -

(I li:::part and your' duty as a !::::1:1I would be taught on the ful and said they could not be of nine mills brought in $93,789 Tucker !said a letter from mean we've Just :been produc- eagle pennies and some

I:::':: cltken.: ::-::r ri demerit, system. Casey indica- sure which was the man, but on net assessments of $11 mil Florida Power will be forth- ing all of this time and we Commission three cent pieces; large American -
f' ted with a student reaching six -- all women -- were pos- lion. coming and that this letter don't even know how much it Meets MondayThe and Canadian 'pennies:
E1\rrhIS\ 11: 250 demerits being flunked out. itive and could not be shaken! Sebring has an estimated will state the proposals' of the cost to produce a kilowatt Stone Mountain half dollars
i Space Contributed i-ij Trucking firms have agreed In their identification of Man- population of 9,000 and a budget company concerning the possibility hour?" and Brooker T. Washington: and
::: Weekly to Publicize :g::: to donate vehicles for the first- of 720916. (Sebrlng's pow- of Starke purchasing CouncIlmen said they do Bradford County Com Columbia half dollars."
: year pilot program and thereis ning.The know the overall cost of producing mission will meet Monday. Reddish
:;: Community Events by :iji: six were: Mrs.Josephine electricity from that company. Chief Deputy Dolph
tentative plans to use large but they ad- Sept. 22, at 8 in the Jury
electricity
:j :I:: Reed, vice president and Tucker also called< again fora p.m Investigate! the depot robbery
Ej E The Community f iiI paved areas In Camp Standing cashier of the bank Mrs. Mar- CORRECTION! meeting with Ned Scott of mitted they do not know the room in the courthouse.The 'Which was discovered Monday:
E:! :; for the training Casey said.If ; Last week kilowatt meeting will be of
Ian Poole, secretary teller we Incorrectly re. Purvis Gray and Powers. cost of producing a one morning Deputy Kenneth Fu-
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:::: State Bank :f| the course Is approved. Mrs. Elizabeth Cuthbert, teller; ported that Florida Power and CPA's who audit Starke's books hour. the mid-month night meetings Qua Investigated the superman
Casey said a formal requestwill Light Company charges $1.83 of tha Councilman Wlllarr.-' :: backed recently set up to allow residents -
::| Accounts Now Insured :1; Mrs. Hilda McDanlell, Mrs. concerning an analysis ket robbery which be made for the use of the for 14 kilowatt hours. Tucker in his call for !a who cannot make it in
'; Edith Wallace, and Mrs. Cath- power plant. "I do bel'eve this Sunday.
|..i Up to $15.000 by .;|. camp. The correct rate Is $1.10 for analysts of the power:! plant will thorough study of the p er the daytime to meet the commission Investigations of both easel

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'0 *'Mra. Edward F. Cole was Nuptials Sept. 5

honored I WOMEN last Friday night at the home The First Methodist ChurchIn
of) Mrs. Richard Jockel. Cocoa was tha setting for Mr. and Mrs. Peter Alognaof
The refreshment table was the marriage of Miss Rorie ChescMre.: conn. announce

Gladys,!''Miwty' : Phone. 964.780ft**** covered with a lace cloth, and Mitchell Mathews to John Hermann the birth of a son Anthony
the crystal punch ,bowl was Anderson on Friday, Douglas on Sept. 10. Maternal
ADK Sorority rf circled with a garland of fern. Sept. 5. at 7:30: p.m. Rev. T. C. grandmother Is Mrs. Gladys
Garden Club'Plans Shades .of pink and blue .were O'Steen performed the candlelight Weldon of Starke.
Fetes- Mrs. Wheeler,_ I used In decorating. the party service. .
WorkshopThe rooms. The refreshment table The bride is the daughter .of Bradford County Hospital an-
Alpha Gamma chapter of !yL 1 'Was covered .with a lace cloth. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mathewsof nounces the following 'births: :
Club will
Alpha Delta. Kappa !sorority met Starke Garden M { aF.a and the crystal punch bowl Cocoa and the groom ia Mr. and: Mrs. Clarence King
Monday night at the home of have Its first meeting, of the i e presided over ,by Mrs. Pat the son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnD. Starke a son, Joseph! Brian,
Miss Madge Mld-tteton: fcr a ictL club year on Wednesday< Sept. Willlford, was circled with a Anderson, also of Cocoa, Sept. 9.
24. at 4 at the home of
pjn.
and former Starke
business and program meeting. garland of fern. residents. Mr. and Mrs. William Alvarez.
During the social hour the !Mrs. R. F. Young on Christian. Games with prizes /were Decorating the altar were Starke a daughter Laurel

sorority honored Mrs. Miltoa Street.A !played by the 20 guests. attend- two pedestal baskets of white Christina Sept. 10.
workshop -
Wheeler, the former Martha demonstration and :ing. Each friend gave the hon- gladioli and mums againsta
recent bride. 4 on air-layering of plants hints .on the background of branched can-
Pellum a oree a few helpful
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hasse Sanford -
will be held. A short business
delabra with white tapers.
Arrangements of pink and care of Infants, presented to Starke a son Fredrick:
green hurricane lilies, pine cone :"e r meeting will follow at the home n her In a bock as a mementoof Mrs. R. o. Kennedy, organ Elton, Sept. 11.
of Mrs. L. V. Hardln In keen
ist
lilies and caladiums were usedIn the occasion.Hostesses presented a program of
decorating. Acres. : were Mrs. Paul nuptial music prior to the ser
For the remainder of the club ---- -
The table In, the dining room Faulkner. Mrs. Richard Jockel. vice.Brad baskets of while gladioli and
meetings will be held on
was covered with an embroidered year Mrs. E. D. Norman. Mrs. Thai Klbebs served as best mums.
linen cloth and centeredwith the fourth Monday .of each Smith Mrs. Donald Wainwright man and ushers! were Warren Standing In the receiving

a bride's cake. Mrs. Wheeler month. _.1 and Mrs. Frank Willl Weeks and Chris Mathews, line were the bride and groom
cut the cake and was assisted ford. They presented. Mrs. Cole brother of the bride. and their parents.
in serving by Mrs. Ruth Frazier .- with a. high chatr.: Miss Rebecca Roberts! of Cocoa The bride's table was covered '
president. Mr. Wheeler Beta Sigma Phi was maid of honor. She '
'bouquets of pink carnations' with a white lace cloth and
wore a floor length pink lace
Joined the group for refreshments centered with a silver candelabra
Installs OfficerGamma and baby breath arranged with gown, and carried a nosegayof
pink tapers In :sliver cande- with white tapers. At
McMurtrie pink carnations. Her short
The sorority presented Mr. Jamie Theta Chapter ot labra and trailing Jackson vine veil of illusion was secured to one end of the table wasa
and: Mrs. Wheeler with a Corningw'are ToWedW.Dowling Beta Sigma Phi held Its first caught; with glamelllas. Ap. a matching: nylon crown. four-tiered wedding cake
casserole as a mo- meeting of the fall season Monday proximately 40 guests were in- Given in marriage by her topped with a bride and groom
mento of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Mc- 8 the homeof cluded. the and encircled with a ruffle of
night Sept. at father bride wore a floor
Murtrie the with Paula Faye Johnson Becomes Bride The engaged couple presented of tulle. Mrs. Otto Lohmanncut
announce engage- Mrs. David: Bennett, length silk organza gown over :
District WSCS ment of their daughter. Jamie Mrs. Steve Simmons! as co-hos Of Lt. Freeman Register In Alabama 'attendants with gifts at this taffeta and net with an empire the cake. At the other end ;
of the table punch was served
Beatrice to William Mathews tess. waist line and bell-shaped or- .
Holds Leadership Dowling, son of Mrs. 'WilliamIE. At this time. Mrs. Curtis time.Miss! Connie Moore was hos- ganza sleeves that terminated by Mrs. A. W Anderson grandmother -

Training DayThe Dowling and the late Mr. Marlowe >was officially installedas Miss Paula Faye Johnsonand length skirt was bordered with tess Friday at a bridesmaids 'at the wrists. Her tiered veil of the groom and Mrs.
Dowlrng. treasurer for the new year. Second Lt. Freeman Regis- scalloped lace and pearls and luncheon at her home In Athens .of illusion was held by a crown Edward Schwab. Mrs. Anna
WSCS of the First The bride-elect Is a 1969 She was In Europe at the time ter III were! united in marriageon was detailed with lace appli- pink carnations enhancedthe of seed pearls and she carrieda Evans kept the bride's book.
United Methodist Church was gra'uate':! of Bradford High of Installation .of .officers last Saturday, Sept. 6, at 7 ques. Her chapel train of silk table were Miss Johnson, white carnation nosegay with After a short wedding trip
organza. over net was accented her attendants mothers:! of the white the) couple Is residing in Rock-
satin ribbons.A
host to t ne' Gainesville District School and is now attending May. p.m. in the First Baptist
WSCS Leadership Training Day Santa Fe Junior College .of The next meeting will be held; Church Athens Ala. The brideIs with a center panel of lace couple, and Mrs. C. T. Wade reception was held In the ledge Fla. Mr. Anderson Is
Wednesday, Sept. 10, from 9:30: Nursing. Monday Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. at the daughter of Mr. and and wide scalloped lace border.A were seated. recreation hall of the chapel employed with a construction
In Central Florida.
a.m. to 2 p.m. Mr. Dowllng is also a graduate the home of Mrs. Ben Moxley. Mrs. Paul Charles Johnson of cluster of lace petals which was highlighted with company
Theme of the meeting was of BHS, class of 1963. He Athens. The groom is the son pearls and crystals held her ;::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-::-::-::::-::-::-:-:::-::-::-:,:::,::-::-::,::-:-::-:::,:-,:.::.::.::.,:.::--:,.::.:..:..:..:..:.:T.:.:-.:,'.:,::-::-::.::.::.::.:.:::-:-::.::.:::.:.::,-::.:.:::.::.:.:::.:.::..:..:..:..:..:.n".:.:.:.:.:".:.":".:".:".:".:.":.:,:
"Wake Up To Witness" which graduated from St. Johns. River Among the students enteringor of Mrs. Betty Wade Registar illusion veil and her bouquetwas :;:: :1 r:
was carried out througha Junior College in 1963 and .served returning to college this and Freeman Register Jr. of composed of tube roses :::: ::::
Charlie Brown skit writtenby In the U.S. Army. He Is fall are: Florida State Uni- Starke. and lilies of the valley centered
Mrs. Virginia Klnzey Dis- also an active member .of the versity Gary Hamilton Bon- White tapers In a center with a white orchid. Her Save With SafetyAND f
trict chairman of Christian Starke Lion's Club. nie Graudon, Bobbie Sue and arch and In branched candelabra only jewelry was 'a pearl neck- I I
Social Relations Others parti- A November 'wedding has Robby Barksdale, Beverly Mc- lighted the altar. Stand- lace, a gift of the bridegroom.
cipating on the program Included 'been planned. Rae Jimmy Douglas, Paul Mc- ards of white gladioli anda Honor attendants were Miss
District officers Mr?'. Leod, Harold Bowen, Mary white satin prle dieu complemented Connie Moore' and Mrs. Gene
Myrtle Brook Missionary Education Bollinger, Diane Adkinson and the altar scene. Allred of Chicago! sbter of the .I LET YOUR SAVINGS
: Mrs. Helen McManus. Patsy Hitchcock; Tilt College- Rev. Tllford L. Junkins performed bride. Other attendants were : I ,
Spiritual Growth Mrs. Edo WClBRIEFS Jayne Hardy, Jane Crosby, Gin- the double ring ceremony !Miss Susan Allfrey and Miss
Reece Scholarship; Mrs. Mar- ger Baldwin and Melody Cutt- following a program of Annabelle Loggias and Miss : m
tel Hair Treasurer; Mrs. Florida ino; University of Georgia- .organ music by Mrs. Robert ,sandi Register and Mrs. Larry GROW!
Whitlatch, Vicepresidentand Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler Wayne Blankenship and Steve Trent who also accompanied Crawford sisters of the:! groom. f
Ware Denmark; LaGrange College, vocalist. The attendants wore slipper
Mrs. Doris president Herman Griffin
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Ga. Joyce Denmark; Uni- length sleeveless gowns of
The bride given in marriageby
Group singing was under the Carter attanted: 'the Thurow versity of Florida David Sil- her father, wore a gown pink worsted silk accented at /EpAI
Electronics Expo 69 in Holly SAVfp'C\
cox, Bobby White, Dale Crosby, the Empire waistlines with
leadership of Rev. D. T. Fara- wood .on Saturday and Sunday. made by her mother of white t
J. Roy Chasteen, Mark Hamil- rose velvet sashes with hem-
bee with Mrs. C. E. Hernwall. peau de sole designed along
ton, Johnny Warren, Mrs. S. G. line streamers.: Their head- 8
church activities skimmer lines with
Local Empire
pianist. an
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson Denmark, Mrs. Jewell Noegel, pieces were of matching! veil
chairman Mrs. H. H. Adams bodice of Venice lace and
attended the funeral of Mrs.
Mrs. Brenda Farnsworth. Bill
ed velvet bows and each car-
and Mrs. F. S. Smith were In Lawson's brother, James Lee Meng, Reggie Flynn, Eddie seed! pearls: featuring deep ried !a single long-stemmed ;i
charge of luncheon arrangements scallops on the elbow-length
Woods, In Savannah, Ga. Mon- Stancil and Pete Fancher North
Mrs. Jack Eaves president !- day afternoon. ; sleeves and at the waistline.The Sweetheart rose.
Jr.; Mercer University, Macon, of
Owen Prater, daughter
served as hostess. Ga. hemline of the slipper-
Evelyn Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Ruben; Prater,
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KTAIUSHfD 104H was flower girl. She wore a
short ruffled dress of pink wor-
BoacocJt4 sted silk with a rose velvet I

sash and streamers. I ..> ., :
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Room Houseful3Rooms James K. Smith .of Starke at- ::.::. :IHg ,
tended as best man. Ushers 1
were Larry Crawford Starke; I I
Jim Price Hunts villa; Charles r ,

t Agin Walters Jacksonville Enfield N.; Lynwood C., and
f oK pow .
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Gene Allred Chicago.
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Frazier Golden: son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bobby Golden, was PICK YOUR SAVINGS

:;: :..- t ring bearer. !

... =I --=- was The the church scena Fellowship for the recep-Hall- j1 PLAN!I :$f

::: J 'k tion. Mrs. c. H. Covington .c-- .> :
5 greeted guests and Mrs. [

Ruben Prater presided at the A N r
guest register at a table draped m JP q.A N

with Pink lace carnations over pink.tube roses 1m G. 1 0 rfi 1 1

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and tinted baby breath In a I D_ <::) I
footed silver epergne ornamented U
bridal table covered
the ::: ::
with pink overlaid with lace, i tERE
and caught at the corners with I

clusters of pink carnations.Mrs. .
"OAZ E. P. Bratcher cousinof -- I

the bride, poured punch
from a silver bowl marked >> N cerz with a fruit mold. Mrs. John .1
.. Canup, of Huntsvllls, aunt of E
a \ bride and Mrs; Bobby:
the
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Badcock's is famous for 3 Room Golden served Pie four-tiered I

. ,l ;l Complete Groupings. Whether you're furnishing heart-shaped wedding cake em- : 'f'

t. "_ y rr a new home or re-decorating your bellished with with colurfll'j pink roses holdinga and
tcjiped
,
1 1 I $ \ present home, Badcock's has everything miniature bridal couple encircled
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with lace from the
oiF3 you need. bride's dress. I
00F! Mrs. Walter C. Miller and :
lit litI
9 wet Mrs. Malcolm Moore served
-4----- Buy All 3 Rooms er .. -- the bridegroom's cake garnished -

Each Room Separately Ask About with green grapes. Sand-
FREE! Dishes wiches and coffee were served
16 PC.SET with 3-Room = from a table covered with
OF DISHES Purchase I' brown burlap marked witha
5595 Id Pc. SEII + Easy Budget single brown taper In silver I} IIItlllxr I
.r... nr F.s.. ulcwo3m r J
Priced Separately t, I Terms holder.

Background music was presented -
SOFABED GROUP I ; PASSBOOK
7-PC. i during the reception INVESTMENT i

Add mod.rn an Sofobod extra bedroom Croup to long-wearing your hem with enpand-this S 9 5 t hours by Miss Freda Burgreen, 1 SAVINGS SAVINGS 1

od, embossed plastic cover with floral leaf d.- 1 3 9 r pianist. Pink carnations and 1 1: ACCOUNTS
sign. Brown, Turquoise, or Gold to match yourd.cor. baby breath and white tapersIn ::: 'lnt.r.t.hid,,Ouaft.rly CERTIFICATES : .
t. 1 three-branched candelabra I I
In luJes: Priced Separately on the piano further enhanced May be opened in
m any Issued in
Sofabed the amounts of
Roomy ,, scene. 1I '
e Matching Club Chair '' For a wedding trip enrouteto :::: umount. Additions or 55,000. Minimum term 6 :

.. Cocktail 2 Step End Table Tabl. --- Fort Lewis, Wash., whereLt. ::::1 withdrawals may be Months. Additional Cer :
r
2 Attractive lamps .zr: ;:: .. ... with. Register the U. S.will Army be the stationed bride 1 1 made any time. Guaranteed tificotes in multiples of I.

5-PC. DINETTE .. wore a Navy knit dress with I 1: interest paid quar 51,000. Funds available .
Hi-Pressure Plastic Top, double braced tapered 88 -- -- white trim black accessoriesand .::: terly .,.:
legs. Box seats, black and white or bronie and $44 at any time. +,
orchid from
tan. o3r1 M an corsage
Baked-On PlosticiiedTops r her bouquet.
I n.i'Imll'i Rectangular: Intention Table Priced Se P arafel I y Mar-Resistant, for longer Beauty.lasting y Among the guests were Mr.

.4 Upholttered Padded r.r..dl t iTrc'1.a10PC. .t and Mrs. Freeman RegisterJr.

Seat Chairs ., Mrs. Betty Wade Register, it it i .J i I r
Mrs. Freeman Register Sr.,
BEDROOM GROUP '+ ,
Modern Bedroom Suite, shaded finish, dovetailed ti Mrs. C. T. Wade Mr. and \
drawers, tilling wood frame mirror, S 0 0 Mrs. Jimmy Smith Mr. and SI f;:;
bak.d-en plasticued tops, tamish-prool hard- 1 6 8 tb? ;? 1 Mrs. Resale Colson. and Mfr q SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ware. 1 key Agin of Starke; Mr. and
Ini'LuG: (Mrs. LaRue Williams. Gainesville
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t-Orewsr Dsvble D. 1."iII. "r. Priced Separately c .-t.y 1 and Miss Doris Agin 104))9.43000.393 WIST MAOUON SHUT
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Dr.w.r Ch l .1.. la Serirtfl tIAKI. riOOID JJOf II '
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Mrs. Betty-Wade Registerand 1 e Wouldn't you really rather JjIII

t SSl Tm. her mother Mrs. C. T. I
QWEST PRICES Wade were hostesses at a rehearsal III
EASIEST TERMS IIII IIIIt
dinner party at Hick- BE A FIRST FEDERAL PERSON |
128.S.W I.NUT'ST.t BILL 'Vn'SONOWNER: ; ory House In Athens Ga. on
Friday night Sept.: 5. t J1 giSaWASAWztttttttt
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Bobby Joiner of Decatur, Ga. Paul Prater of Llncolnton Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were : IITUESDAY
was a guest last Wednesday and Ga. was a guest of Mr. and In Tallahassee last week where ;
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs.Gene Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Miss Mr. Sale attended the Depart 1ti f :
Ivey Jr. and Miss Jayne Hardy. Jayne Hardy from Thursday ment of Agriculture workshop.Mrs. I
Mrs. Esna Yongue and Mrs. to Monday. Cary Nazworth children I
'Thelma Dean of Fairfield were and Mrs. Barney McRae
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weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George K, Ben visited Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
J. G. Caldwell. nett returned to their home in Crawford in Lake City on Mon-
Orlando Sunday after three
Miss Janice Parker of Gain- months at the Dell cottage or day.Mr. m
esville was the weekend guestof Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. H.I A. Lawson
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. have had as visitors Mrs. Joe
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Jordan and family of Live Oak
Mamie Anderson of Archer Vote for William (Bill Ros- on Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. I
spent the weekend with their ser for Chief of Police on Tuesday Bill Morar and family of Pan-

sister,, Mrs. E. ,M. Davis Sept. 23. ama City over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Gilllng-
Steve Denmark was visiting[ :Mrs. Martha Moore was visit ham and children of Tampaare >
Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon In ing Mrs. Hlrrls Long In Orange spending Wednesday to Sun I
Melbourne over the weekend.Mr. Park over the weekend. day with Mr. and Mrs.Guys..le.Billy (It Ii:
and Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr. Nell McVeigh Keystone McRae Is visiting his
and Miss Jayne Hardy will attend Heights has been admitted to brother (-law and sister, LIVELY of LOOKSPattyWoodard California chooses I .1.1I
the Tulane Georgia foot- the Starke Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shields, in cotton in a bold block plaid ?>
ball game in Athens, Ga. on Mrs. Charlotte H. Williams Dallas, Texas for ten days. for fall sportswear. Uses It
Saturday and spend the weekend and :Mrs. Bob Cottrell of Lees- for a sleeveless jacket and a }
Atlanta. burg were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Eggersand wrap-around tunic for wearing ;
Mrs. Merritt Williams Tues- daughters of Jacksonvillewere over a panel-pleated skirtor nnn nnn :
Mrs. Harry Loper was In day. Saturday Visitors of Mr. campus pants.Dup1icate '
Hawaii last week visiting her and Mrs. Tully Norman. I M M M M M M I11t Im
husband, Capt. Harry Loper Seaman and :Mrs. Stephen
who was on a week's R and Prevatt and son of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Hug- Bridge
''R from Vietnam. spent several days last week gins and Mr. and Mrs. BobbyL. Club Results Im
t j!
Mrs. Eve Baldwin returned with Mr. Prevatt's moher, Mrs. Taylor were in Panama City ;: j 0 0 0 0 0 0
last weekend attending the State
last Thursday from Riverside Ed Prevatt. Stephen Is homeon The Starke Duplicate Bridge
Hospital where she was con- leave from the Mediterrean. Agriculture Extension Workers
Club had
five tables In play at
fined for five days after undergoing conference :;
Ritch and Miss
Mrs. Carrie
the
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells Pratt Street Recreation I
surgery. Annie Darby visited Mrs. Center Tuesday night.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Thelma Mendoza and Miss East-West winners were Mr. I
Parker in Cocoa over the week-
Mrs. H. H. and Mrs.
Adams
SEPT
Gloria Johns In Jacksonvillefrom end. and Mrs. John: Mussollne witha 23
John E. Watson m and son Thursday to Sunday.Mr. score of 47V4. Mt'. and Mrs. ::::::: :::::::'
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
and Mrs. Charles Schaeffer Edward Wainwright ,
Vickers and family In Bruns- Vote for William (Bill! ) Ros were sec
and I
of Atlanta and Mr. ond with 4US.!
wick, Ga. on Sunday.Mr. ser for Chief of Police on Tuesday
Mrs. Eddie Wasdln of Waldo North-South winners
were
and Mrs. G. S. Brown Sept. 23.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr.
and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gar-
Felix Sapp during the weekend and Mrs. Harry Mooty
Charles Fields
ner returned last Tuesday 01 JaCKSOnville -
:
from nine-day vacation In visited his mother, Mrs. with a scor'' of 52 4. Mrs. J. D. ,:
North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- J. Ft. Fields, on Sunday. Odom Jr. and Mrs. George k :
long have had as visitors Mark Mrs. Vergle Flynn was Fri- Miller were second with 40>4. <;
Miss Susan Wiggins has Herlong and son, Rodney, of day overnight guest of her sis- Overall winning partnerswere
moved to Gainesville where she Jacksonville on Saturday, and ter, Mrs. Bessie Faxon, in Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. STARKE
is employed at the U. of F. Mr. and Mrs. F. V, Herlong of Gainesville They enjoyed a Mooty. ,.".
Medical Center. Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. cookout Saturday at the homeof The weekly tournaments are r m:
and Mrs. H. C. Beall Miss Donna Faxon, where to the public. Sessions c::
Jr. of Ma con, Ga. were last they were joined by Fi.J. Watersof open ::
Vote for William (Bill) Ros- start at 7:30: p.m. Tuesdays in
ser for Chief of Police on Tuesday Tuesday visitors[ of Mr. and Tallahassee. the Pratt Street Recreation rf > I
Mrs. J. L. Gentry. L. C. Adams is a medical PLYMOUTH
Sept. 23. Center. A bridge review and CHRYSLER
Mrs. John Anderson of Cocoa, patient in Methodist Hospital, -
former Starke resident, will Jacksonville question and answer period con-

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen, leave Friday for two weeks visit venes at 7 p.m. conducted by .:.:.r '.......
with friends and relatives in Local admittances to Brad- Mr. Mussollne.
and grandson Skeeter
were
fishing in Orange Lake at Haw- Italy and Germany. ford County hospital this 1111111i'' d \ \\\\
thorne Monday. On their return week include; John D. Mur- AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER
trip to Starke they visited Mr. phy, Albert J. Newman, Sr., Hospital Auxiliary i ;;1 U:; S. 301 North G MOTORS CORPORATION Phone 964.6600 1t 1
and Mrs. J.O. Dann Melrose Vote for William (Bill 1 I) Ros- Mrs. Myrtle Priest, Michael Reports New Film

Mr.- law.Aliens mother, and fatherIn -, ser ,for Sept.Chief 23.of Police on Tuesday Peeples Rhoden,,Jimmy Mrs. Helen Kersey McManus[ Ralph, Processor In UseThe ::m..:.::1:1:::m1i11; ;;;111m;;; ;;1m;1;;;;;;1;;;;;;;;;;;; 1;;;;i1;;;;;;1;;;;1;;;;11;;;:m;;;;1;:,;1:.::1:1::,:,:.:;:.:,:,:;:;::1:1::.:.:;1::;11;;;mmim;1;;;1;1mmm1mm1111111; .1j111111j11111iii; : : .111; j11 11;;111i11m11;; ;;;;;m;;;1;;:;:::1:..:;::1:. ::1G:i1:::1:1:1M::;::

James W. Cadle, Mrs.Margaret :
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Conners and Mrs. Anna Ken- new Proferrny AutomaticFilm
flew to Fort Bennlng Ga. over spent Friday and Saturday with nedy, Starke; Morris Thomas, Processor, donated to the
the weekend to visit their son Mr. and Mrs. John Dees [In Baldwin; Mrs. Alice Nibert and Bradford County Hospital by .
Pvt. Barry E. Firth who Is attending Lake City and attended the Harold Houser, Keystone the Hospital Auxiliary, at cost
parachute jump school. Shrine ceremonial at which Mr. Heights; Randall Glisson,Ham- of $5,200, is now in use, It was 197O
Mrs. Bill Chambers and Mrs. Dees became a member. pion; Mrs. Ina A. Fultz, )Hawthorne reported at the Monday night
Duane Dykes, of the Junior Mrs. Charles Sawyer was In ; and Mrs. Emma Mott, meeting of the Auxiliary.Mrs. .
Women's Club, attended the Baptist Hospital Monday, to Brooker.
week for observation J. w. : ,
Wednesday of last RltcX president
Fall Board meeting in Naples
I on Monday. After the Junior and treatment., .. Charles A. Howe of Miami conducted the first meeting of
Day meeting the two tooka Mr. and Mrs. Jim Double of and Mrs. R. E. Math \Vs of the fall season: when reportsof CHEVY AND
Babson Park were weekend summer projects were given Ol SNOW
tour of Central Florida. Lakeland spent the weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. with by committee chairmen
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison Woodburn.Mrs. R. A. Newsoms.

returned Wednesday froma Kenneth Grider and Mrs. They were accompanied to Mrs. George Anderson, membership
week's visit with their four George Pierce accompanied Lakeland by Mrs. Newsoma's chairman reported
sons and their families In Mrs. R. H. Grider to West Palm mother, 117r's. J. A. Howe, who there are now 78 active and IS
Leesburg. Beach last Thursday where she has spent the past six weeks sustaining members, with two
is visiting her brother, Lem with her. new members added Monday ?
Eldridge, who is in the hospital night-Mrs. J. }i. Moncrlef and ON DISPLAY
Mr. and Mrs. James McNeelyand Mrs. Frank Williford. Mrs.
all about daughter, Michele, of Lake Titus Olson reported that the
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae City and Mrs. Kathleen Goetheof
Hospitality Shop In the hospital
had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. East Palatka spent the weekend -
lobby had netted $78 lathe
]j (R(} Glen Conner and children of with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert past month. .''''' '''
Orlando on Saturday and Dr. Thomas. Michele was christ-
and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. ened at St. Mark's Episcopal 1
and sons of Lake City on Sun- Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr.,
Church on Sunday.Mr. .
BYNANCY'S day. !bazaar chairman, has asked :jFREE COKES I IfcWfcWSftWfc '
members to start
FLOWERS and Mrs. M. F. Hazen making
Ros. Christmas Items for t the sate \\\
Vote for William (BIll
) were visiting Mr. and Mrs.O. \ .. .. ........ ...... ;
CATNIP PLANT ser for Chief of Police on Tues G. Strayhorn in Wildwood which will be held Nov. 21-22 :::::::;:::::::::::::::;:::;::;::.:?::*::::.:.:.:.;.:;::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::.5;i::;::::::;;:::;:::::::;::;:::;:::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::;

The catnip plant has a beautiful day, Sept. 23. last Thursday. in a downtown vacant store. .
cluster of flowers that are Stump's store has donated OPEN THURSDAY FRIDAY -- SA.M' TILL 9 P.M.
whitfelt and tinged In delicate Jack Carter, SK3, of Port- Friends of Mrs. H, C, Hitch Christmas craft material for ,
pink It was given smith, Va. was home for the will regret to learn that she some of these project Christmas ;
I the :name weekend. broke her right arm and received wrapping paper will also
I otnlp because a fracture in her left be sold by the members as SATURDAY -- 8 A.M. TILL 7 P.M.
eats like to roll arm last Thursday when she a moneymaking protect
and play In the SEttVJCE/ SCHEDULE tripped( and fell In her back Dr. Florence Jennings has
I leaves. They yard. Her sister, Miss Mary asked members to donate
I will eat them, CATHOLIC ChurchesST. Demaree of Gainesville, is books and current magazinesto SUNDAY --1 P.M. TILL 6 P.M. I
\\ I too. EDWARD'S. Starke: staying with Mr. and Mrs.Pitch the hospital for an honor
n Catnip was for the time being. system )library which will be
{ Sunday: Mass, 8 a.m. and I
once used to 9':'M) am, set up In the Hospital for pa
make "a Valuable' home tonic Attending the Wesleyan Ser tients. Members on duty will
Thursday1au: ,
and a remedy for babies' colic.Is 6:30 p.m. vice Guild district workshop in take the boolt truck to the pa
has also been used M a Miraculous Medal Novena.: McIntosh Sunday afternoon were tients' rooms twice a day.
seasoning for food. Saturday, 7 p.m. Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mrs. In other action it was votedto SWEEPSTAKESOver
Nelson Green, Mrs. Ruth Frazier ENTER CHEVROLET
It baa become a common ST. WILLIAM'S, hold the general meetingat
roadside weed 1n North Ameriea Helchls Keystone Mrs. Ruth Johnson and the hospital: every other
,
and Europe. Mrs. C. S. Haddock.Mr. month Immediately after ex
Sunday Mess, 9 a.m. and Mrs. J. B. Bakken
Some of Hie old etand-bYe are ecutive board meeting.( This
Wetnesday Mass tt Novena, and sons were in Hawthorne be luncheon meeting. PRIZESPRIZE
still the favorites. :For Instance, will a 6,500
7
p.m., Mr.
Sunday afternoon visiting
there Is nothing that says more Mrs. Oarl Mathews has ask
to. the mother of a new baby ST. MARY'S Macclennyt and Mrs. R. M. Chesser. ed members to designate the

than a doeen red roses. Dad, Sunday Mass, 11:30 a.m. hours they can work at the reception
end them to mother. desk. Each memberwas
THE BRADFORD asked to work three hours A 1970 CHEVROLET
COUNTY TELEGRAPH In a day, once a month.

Pu lItl"d; evevy Thursdayat Reservations should be made PLUS 7 DAY TRIP
early by those who can attendthe
To 13(5( W. Call Street 1st
The's Auxiliary State Convention
a Starke, Florida 32091
In Hollywood, Nov. 5-7. PLUS $ 1 s000 CASH
Second class postage paid! During the program Dr. Jennings
CitizensOf at Starke, Florida.Subscription showed color elides of
the Headstart programthe
( Rates: health and development of
-- .. In trade area: $3 CO per children.
year; $2.75 six months. Refreshments werew served by
Outside trade area: $3.50 Mrs. O. W. White Jr. and her
per year; $3.00 six months committee at the close of the
StarkeI
meeting.



I am deeply grateful to the many Still Time To Enroll For

citizens who worked in my behalf,

who gave their time and talent, vote DANCING CLASSES i.

and support in the Sept. 9 election.

Register Now By Calling

Congratulations and best wishes 9647098Winter's U. S. 301 North Phone 964-7500

.,' to Mayor Hurst for a succes9ful administration

": School of Dancing STARKE FLORIDA


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Again, I Say Thank You, 396 N. Cherry St. Starke, Fla.
"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer"SEPT.
N. L. WOODBURN
Winter Salazar
Dorothy Instructor

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Sought Here Blanding Open 11r ; : Methodists Set Opt AllT>ay .Every Day

Extra Days For Christian Service Fri., Sat, until 7:00 P. M.,V 5,

Archery Hunters: II Central's Closing i School SundayA 1 % i

Killed In Gun BattleOne _
North Florida! archers: will be
interested to learn of additional I IA I college president, a minister : !
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of four men Bought In northof archery(hunting land to be open Request Is HeardI .ia ministers wife .and two n GOLDENGIRDLE I
connection with a five-county US-17 about a halt tulle In the Camp Blanding Wildlife lay women. of the Florida Con- STARKE PLAZA. :.
killed Mon- Crescent City. Management Area this season. ference of The United Methodist
robbery ring was 10:45
trail started about :
lay in a gun battle with policeIn The (Sunday when a Putnam According to Steve Stafford.Northea.st hearing was to be held the Chamber did not receive will be instructors next
p.m. Wildlife Biologist week at this year's GainesvilleArea
Putnam County. Deputy Sheriff and a state at- Region this morning (Thursday) con- a notice that the hearing was
Johnny Mack Hill, 25, of the torney's invesigator ordered( for the Game and Fresh cerning application by Central going! to be held. Christian Service School.! .
The will be held Sunday
Fish Commission, the activity
Baldwin-Jacksonville area, was Hill out of a house in CrescentCity. Water Truck Line to close Its Starke The Chamber learned of the
.through Thursday, Septem-
State Board has agreedto
Armory
;pronounced dead on arrival at agency which is operated by mem-bers !her 21-25, at First\ 'United Meth.
in open the area west of Kings.ley -
Memorial Hospital
Putnam Walker Billy Jackson. !
I Police Chief Eugene odist Church !In Gainesville.
roads
Lake between state SALE
Palatka, after the Crescent said Hill shot the men "with' additional The hearing, called by the notices In the Gainesville Sun. United Methodists from some
225 and 230. The
City gun battle in which he out giving them a chance. approxi- Florida Public Utilities Com- Central maintains that It will 30 churches' la the Gainesville
encompassing
'wounded two policemen and "When they ordered him out area. be mission, was set for 9:30: a.m. be able to provide more effici- District will] participate.The .
mately 5,100 acres, will also
held an elderly couple captive. of the house, toe came out of in the County Commissioner's. ent and better service to StarkeIf faculty Includes Dr. Richard 1
for the first nine days 1I
Hill was wanted in Bradford shooting," Walker said. open meeting room In the courthouse. It serves the local area out of V. Moore .of Daytona 1i I
County for the Aug. 15 robberyof Deputy Spencer Bradley and the gun hunt. Central filed an applicationin Gainesville with only ,a call Beach, President of Bethune-' i

Thonl's Service Station onUS Investigator Les Pigue are listed Bow 'and arrow hunters are July with the ,Utilities Com- station in Starke. Cookman College; (Dr. Kenneth SAVE X2Q
-301 north of Starke. Case in good condition in Putnam reminded that any sex deer, mission to close its Starke ag. The Chamber believes that It Rogers, minister of Hyde Park
against Hill was dismissed by Memorial. .. except those still having spots, ency. would be very convlenent for United Methodist Church in
County Judge Theron A. Yawn Hill was believed to be the will be legal game during arch- The Board of Governors. local ,businesses if Central's Tampa; Mrs. Caxton Doggett.of
Tuesday morning when lie leader of the robbery ring.! ery season only. A $5 archery the Starke-Bradford County Starke service la shifted., to its Fort Lauderdale, a. leader in
learned of Hill's death. permit in addition to a regular Chamber of Commerce went >on Gainesville office. the Florida Conference youth
with
Three others charged hunting license is required to record as opposing Central's Agency operator Billy Jack- program; Miss EtOielelene Sam-
the service station robbery Court My Neighbors hunt during the archery season. application on Sept. 4. A resolution fin !is also opposed to Central's pley of Fort Pierce, writer, .
pled guilty before Circuit to this effect was passed.. move and has pointed out that teacher and former Directorof :
Judge George Patten on Sept. =- Dates for the special archery The resolution also called for( salaries and other revenue Religious Life and a member
5. Judge Patten ordered pre- season are September 13 .a public hearing. would be lost. to Bradford Coun- of the Dean's Administrative -
sentence investigations. through October 3. statewide.The The resolution was mailed on ty should the agency' be Dis Staff of the Woman's COl-
John David Green, 22, Lake ,..
Forest
/v Osceola National
!
Sept. 8 to the Utilities Commission continued. lege of Duke University Dur.
Butler: and Robert Lee Heat- -- -- will be open to hunting with office In Tallahassee ham N. C.; and Mrs. AubreyW.
ley, 18, Raiford; were arrestedon bows, and during this
arrows
Reece, Gainesville Coord-
with the reuqest, "Please Ad- ,
the weekend of Aug. 23 in time. The dates for the Camp
vise." Mutual Lumber inator of Children's Work for
Union County. Blanding hunt are October 11- The letter, stamrrd= f'ris-; the Gainesville District.Dr. :.
;
at large until \
remained
Hill 12, 18-19, and 2526. :
celved September 9, 1969.wD.s. Moore will conduct &. .
A of 20 deputies Shuts Down '
Monday. posse t class for adults on "The Min- .\
returned to: the Chamber office. .
from Putnam and Seminole t'
counties used dogs to trail Hill TEN ; Whalp"t'r the fvport-import However, according; to Lillian istry of the Laity." Dr. Rogers "t ,.
MillMutual
to the shooting scene just off ; osi. situation mar hr |hI olh r Pearson, Chamber secretary. Saw will teach a course on the '\ '.'f
., ,r' product. the nitrd State |1'1 Bible, "Old Testament: Con- ; .. .
Lumber Co., on US- tent ana!/ Value Workers with .
PKN SUNDAY P.M. TO 6 F.M: 301 .outside Hampton, shut down youth will be instructed:by Mrs. ..
operations two weeks ago leav- Doggett in the course. "TheChurch's 0
ing 20() men cut of) ,work. Ministry with Youth.
The planer mill the finishIng Mrs. Reece wJll be teaching,
operation working now on course on "Helping Children
an inventory of rough lumber Grow In Christian Faith! A Don't delay
already at toe mill was still class on the church-wide mis- take advantageof
employing eight men sion emphasis "Reconciliation big savings
I. Earl F. Jones, oWner and In a Broken World," will have on famous
Miss Sampley as leader. Playtex Golden
operator of Mutual Lumber, explained -
that the depressed lum- 'Registration will begin at 2 Girdles before
1 1' t; ber market and weather con- p.m. next Sunday, followed by' offer expires.
ditions were factors causingthe the first two( class sessions,
shut-down. Increased Inter- which will last through!' 5 p.m.
aria 1 ,neu. est rates in housing, nation- The school will continue 'Monday And discover ,how you can look pounds thinner.
wide, have hit low cost and through Thursday nights, These are the girdles you've seen on TV-that
medium cost housing (where from 7:30.9:30: : p.m. In addition, support your tummy like firm. The soft cloth lining -
consumers can least afford the courses on children's work: gives you cool young muscles. Comfort too.
higher Interest rates) and this and missions :will be offered.
YOUR CHOICE drop In construction has low- each morning Monday through Pull-on
Since Thursday, from 9:30-11:30: : a.m. styles
ered the price of lumber.
Long Leg Panty Reg. $11.95 NOW $9.95
1 lumber is perishable, Mr. Jones Nursery care will be provided

> #tit said only so much can be kept for all cessions. Zipper styles

inventory. Girdle Reg. $12.95 NOW $10.95
$* 37 Weather conditions here have Long Leg Panty .Reg. $13.95 NOW $11.95ONLY
left water standing In the If collegiale; football! hadn't!
$2.50 cutting Sizes XS. S, M, L.
woods in many places hern inaugurated 100 ,an
down the supply! of logs, and ago, approximately 20R. 5,1i42 Extra large sizes $1.00 more)
values I ,\", Vr Heavy duty ribbed plastic raising the cost of logs to the An1t'l'i'anollJdn't he paling:
\ ; corresponding low lunch off( the tailgate of{ their
V.t : i! d can with lock lid and metal mill.prices The for finished lumber nar- station wapnsthis:: !: fall. FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS

: tt '. handles. Terrific valuel
rows any profit margin, and
'; 'H business can only be run at a
Heavy gauge plastic has profit, Mr. Jones added.As TO CELEBRATE....

_ convenient swing top to the length of time of SAVE AT try NATIONAL SWEATER WEEK!,

1& feature., Choice of colors. the shut-down Mr. Jones isald
ihe could not venture a guess I

.,.:.:,:.;.;.,.,... .....:.;.: He hopes along with the former .1
I.A and present employees, that DEPARTMENT STORES
PLASTICSYour circumstances will change to
I enable the mill to work full
time again. Depreciation of
machinery and equipment con-
tinues even faster when they'renot FAMILYSWEATER
[ 7// In use, ihe said and main- ,

< tenance has to continue even
o I \ II Choice 33; during a shutdown period.
Mutual Lumber has! been
A r shipping to all parts of Florida
since they took over the local
3-pc, mixing S.e-thrt" shoe iJ''j; : sawmill abut four years ago.

J bowl setJumbo ,. .
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basket J laundry 10 Qt..dish'pan: ::t HOMECOMING SET 1A
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12 qt< spout pail .I large wastebasket; Homecoming will ,be held

Sunday, Sept. 28, at the Gra-
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Fred DoJd, of Keystone'Heights, I Low I Prices
GLASSWARE l f t as'guest speaker. Dinner will Our I Reg.

be served on the grounds at 1

$2.49 $157'I 1 1DuPont R $1:50: 87* pin.Special music will be present.ed .

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finish, 24'2X13i,2X' and others.
super hard coat Matched set of six 12 oz. 1112", all purpose All members and: friends .of \
Teflon II won't scratch glasses and 64 oz. pitcher in storage box with the church are' invited to at- MENS
even with metal tools. rich avocado. cover & handles. tend.

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larateia tasvtse smother the grass !to death. ,belles their looks< Ear
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yellowish cast following( leach.
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Found Guilty In Bank Robbery :I Protests Competition Course Asked Topic Council AgainAt .


(Continued From" Page, One)

ertne E. Crago, banK custo- the the window.fingerprints had been on MRS. MANNING ACQUITTEDThe (Continued From Page One) (Continued From Page One) (Continued Prom: Pap ono) ; ,

mers.Cecil H. Harper, vice presi- Among items Lynch reported acquittal of Mrs. Man- and it seems reasonable to as- to In.
The 'Indescribable ShirtA ning came early Monday morn- Dade County attempted plant. "Before we do anything;
dent to whose window the two lading In the abandoned car sume he is doing business la
stitute the Casey told want all the facts ha
first was a pair of rubber gloves. Ing on a motion by her attor- town." program. we ,
went when entering
men Several witnesses had testifiedthat : bit of comic relief was provided at the lengthytrial ney for a directed verdict Th Kinney charged that K. D. the Board, but dropped plans stated.
the bank said he could be
not '
sure whether Troglen Man- the shorter of the rob- when one witness asked! If he could Identify the) !motion wa.3 granted .by U.S. "Red" Norman had been re- when unable to find a paved Without taking: a vote. Coun-
or
ning was the tall man who held bers, the one who went from man and woman who registered at his motel under the* District Judge William McRae, Issued :his license "strictly il area large enough' for tractor cil agreed to meet with Scottto
ordered the Jury to acquit and trailer rigs to practice on. out what
who begin:! working they
him at gunpoint. After view- teller to teller collecting name of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Troglen, pointed to the that legally." According to Kinney official
I Mrs. Manning on grounds A State Department need to know concerning thecity'
ing the two in cowboy hat and money, wore rubber gloves. defendant, Arlene Manning, and her attorney: John the government evidence of her Norman's license had expiredfor will be a student In the pilot plant.
glasses he said, "I'm not sure Mrs. Emma Hammock, of San Morrison. about 10 years and :he was
Involvement in the robbery was course* in order to evaluate It Another visitor. Delano Thomas
Troglen5appears Calif., 59 miles
but the last ( ) Bernardino,
one Alerted by the stir In the courtroom, the wltneM insufficient for conviction.Manning .;' able to renew It by simply the state,
to me to be the one who from Los Angeles, testified that! ; paying a fine. for take over by wanted to know how much
5 asked the surprised attorney to stand and remove his Casey said. That official has the city the
was in the bank." she rented a house on April Kinney read that part of the pays consulting
Wilmer Holtzendorf. of Lake to a couple giving the names of glasses "Now, that's different, the witness said, and city code which said that whena .worked a year getting Information engineers who work with the

Geneva, who was standing at Arlene and Gene Davenport.She pointed! to Manning, across the table. license had been expiredfor on training of truck drivers power plant.

Harper's window when the rob- said they paid a month's more than 90 days, the person according to Dlr. Oglesby.
bers entered the bank, said he rent, but she never saw them Illustrating the differences of opinion, that might be must take another examin- Oglesby said, it i Is possible to Clerk Merrill Edwards said
train 90 students between now the city pays an annual retain.
and believes aband-
again, they fl
)
expected of witnesses under stress during a bank rob- ation before getting a new
oned the house the day after and June 3, 1970. er fee of $1.800 and It also
bery, the shirt wtfrn by "the tall robber," he stood at' license.
as
renting it. Motion to approve the pilot pays the firm for the work It
hr the bank door variously described from the wit- Kinney said :.lie could not
was Board
After month's rent expired, program came from does. He added that the firm
Mrs. Hammock went to the ness stand as: white. medium dark with short sleeves document this next chargebut Member Charles Sawyer, but gets a percentage on the utility

/ house, in the company of an loud sport shirt .. da'rk' green with small orange that someone() : in the cityclerk's contained the stipulation that bond Issues.

/41.\\I FBI agent. They found the print light green or blue sPOrt shirt with long office said it was true. no local. funds be spent on the Councilman Jimmy McRae
told the masterelectrician'
He was that
1 place grown up In weeds, decaying sleeves) or a nondescript work ahlrt. program. Approval was unan said that during a whole year
F. E.
license of
food in the kitchen, anda imous. the' city pays the firm about
(Masters was re-Issued to Mrs.
white Pontiac convertible
$8,000. "And
parked In the carport. The FBI All witnesses agreed, however, that the "tall robber" Masters after the death of her Sawyer also questioned where engineer for $8.000.you can't" he hire stat an d.

agent searched the car and found wore a white cowboy hat except one. He Insisted it husband. funds would come from next He added that the firm wOl'k5not

plane ticket stubs from Maconto was a narrow brimmed dark brown cloth hat. At this point, Council Chair- year should the program be only with the

Los Angeles In the namesof miens attentivelyat man One Wiggins asked Kinney continued. He said even If the but with all of the power utility plant

Mr. and Mrs. Troglen. The prize Identification boo-boo was made by the crucial point in prosecution'scase. to condense his remarksas State picks up salaries for the tems In Pie city. sYS-

Mrs. Hammock Identified Mr. witness who picked out six pictures from a group of other people were waitingto course there would still bea

and Mrs. Manning as the couple 14, stating they were pictures of the same man "at different Lester (Buddy) Ruls, 18, wno speak. $13,000 differential. No decis- Thomas closed the d'scusslon!

Mr. and Mrs. :Manning con renting Mr. Marta the house.Nottingham stages of life." Actually, they were photographsof Is charged with being the one Kinney summarized by say ion was made however, except with these comments: "There's
on- Ing he be' out of business
for briefly during court re. erator of the Edgewa&r Beachhotel six different meal! who went from teller to teller may on the pilot program. only one thing I'm after. I'd be
In six months If something is told the Board
cess. at Santa S with a sawed off shotgun, Supt. Casey ticked to death if I'm gettinga
Apartments not done. He said ha wants to
scheduled for however that if the course
real for the
was originally bargain money I
was so busy looking at the Cruz Calif testifed with that her a Moral: Watch your words on the witness stand trial with the Mannings, but a be an electrical contractor and prove. Itself the \State Depart pay for my utility bill.
on
gun he could notbe sure whether couple registered the of postponement was grantd until -. he wants to work In Starke ment has Indicated it would "But I don't know andI
11 under name
Troglen or Manning was the one April December. His court appointed which Is his hometown, but pick up the teaching units.
Arlene and Gene Troglen, stat- denied that her son told her he bill fold contained a check from don't believe you gentlemen
that he cannot comoete with said the
who pushed him aside. attorney, S. T. Tygert The: superintendent
their to the in Macon know. I don't think I am. This
ing they were on way was mailing money. the storage garage ,
Mrs. McDaniel in those who are not following the is
attendantin conflict training appar-
an cited possible need for such
Jr. a
Oregon to invest in a bar witha Harry M. Manning, the defendant's car registration, and social security Is Just an opinion, but I Intendto
Dr. P. K. Parson's city code. Bradford
office, that he had also represented ently so great that find out."
partner. father, said he called and credit cards of J.D.
;
testified she saw a.white car Mrs. Nottingham said the the FBI and turned the package, Troglen. lie said that he Interviewed Troglen, who pleaded guilty; to "We'll look Into these things County possibly could becomethe In other business Council:
parked almost in the of and talk with our attorney and for it.
yard possession of stolen center in the state
currency.
couple stayed about ten days, containing $2,852, over to an Manning on the way LEARNED that the clerk will
the H. L. Ownbey home ( 80 Another clerk and into this," Wiggins the
attorney, John H. P. go Sawyer questioned how
during whlc h time Arlene gave agent on April 19. He said that to headquarters and he denied probably have the 1969-70 bud
feet from the bank) when she her some ham she had cook- the last time he saw his son knowledge of the robbery. When Helms,-of Jacksonville Beach, said. trucking Industry is getting the get ready for council to begin

'came to work at 7:40: a.m. on ed. When she returned the plate, and daughter in law was asked about Ruls, Manning said was appointed to represent Ruls government to train Its em work on next week.

April 3. She said two men with some cake on It, Mrs. wnen they came to the house he last saw him about four weeks and was given additional timeto ployees. "They must have an
were in the car, and the driver prepare his case. awful lot of pull" lie commented. -
Nottingham said she went Into about 7:30: the morning of the ago in Florida. Man Dies AGREED to
wore a white cowboy hat. the apartment and found Ar- robbery. Troglen and Buddy Elvin L. Barton, Portland FBI Ruls was arrested by state put a mercury

When TroKlen modelled the hat lene asleep. Gene' was In the Ruls ( the fourth suspect In agent, said he searched the officers at Corning, Ark. on In Dir. Oglesfoy said the State vapor light on Broadway between -

for her she said, "He's not the kitchen. she said. the case, who will. be tried In Mannings' mobile home about June 14 and imprisoned in that FallingOff Department will handle public Pratt and Adkins and
another
the
man. When asked if she saw any- December) were with Arlene 2:30 p.m. on April 30 and found state after: pleading guilty-; ity for the pilot program Including on corner of Ad-
donned the hatand kins and
As Manning thing unusual about the apartment and Gene he said. $700 in cash in a locked suit- another robbery there. He wa: Truck the printing of brochures Broadway. Mr. and
McDanlell) said Mrs.
glasses, Mrs. returned to Jacksonville lor Vincent Spengler w represent
Mrs. Nottingham safd" case in a bedroom closet and the course outline.
emphatically, "That's him. there were "stacks of moneyon DEFENSE BRIEF trial, and pleaded Innocent to (Continued From Page One, ) at Pie. meeting and explained
Other witnesses testified to top of the TV." The defense called only two the charge of bank robbery.He that Broadway Is not

seeing a red, or maroon, Dodge, The couple left a few days y"i witnesses one of whom. Rob- 1) still under a ten-year der and Miss Rose Mary Grif- If. --" properly lighted and fiat they

with California tag YLT-122, later without their toy poodle, ert Dodd of Keystone Heights! sentence In Arkansas. fis, both of Starke. -.... believed something: should be i
parked in the woods about two which had strayed off in the identified Troglen as the man Troglen, .32, was arrestedtwo Services were from the De- L ilrn done before!! football season 1

miles from the bank on the meanwhile.Mrs. who stood at the door of the days after the robbery at 'Witt C. Jones Chapel Monday .. : really gets underway as many .

morning, of the robbery. A Nottingham identifiedthe bank with a pistol. Dodd said the home of his mother In- morning with Rev. Leroy Olive Yk .$ people park In that area.

woman was in the car, the wit- Mannings as the couple the man wore a brown cloth law In Salisbury, N. C. FBI officiating. Burial was In f

nesses said, but none could I- who registered under the name narrow brim hat, in contrastto agents said he had sIlghty; more Crosby Lake Cemetery under dheIIi6la DECIDED to extend a sewer

dentify her. of Troglen. all other witnesses who said than $7,000 in his possession direction of DeWitt C. Jones There is a lifting up. line about 300 feet to the corner
the hat white some of' It In Identifiable (bait) Funeral Home. of Ida and Ash Streets to
Other testimony indicated this was a cowboy (Job 22:29 A.V.). connect
type. Dodd also said the man money taken from the Keystonebank. with! property owned by
was the "switch car" waiting Richard C. Barth, operatorof ; Many of us have gone
for the robbers, who used a mobile home rentals at at the door did not wear glasses the Whitehead Brothers The
Otd1'vmu
With at least eight witnesses 1he through the experience of being
bank. but the one who collected Whitehead Bros. will : the
white Dodge while at the Portland Oregon, identified a from the West Coast pay
Eldon Hardy, Starke auto registration card dated April money from the tellers did. and sev- disappointed when our $450 needed to purcftass! the
eral othes from Washington,
FBI agent Burns displays
dealer, testified that a 1964 25 as being one signed "John This was also contrary to testi- AtlantaMacon and other distant confidence in our ability has materials:! Utilities Superintendent
white Dodge Coronet was miss- and Arlene Troglen." He identified whiskey carton in which mon mony by all other witnesses. y1 JJ been shaken through non O'car Davis said.
ing from his loton North Temple the Mannings as the couple ey was mailed. Dodd later nicked out six points, it is unofficially esti- achievement: of a hoped-for
mated that cost of witnesses t3
Ave. on the morning after the who rented the unit for 30 days, photographs from a group of 14 alone (transportation, lodging, : \t\\ 3 result or ironl. Then and there DISCUSSED the problPm cre- '

robbery and was subsequently and discussed wfth him the Loren L. McKee;'$bIggenyrLos and said they were good like- fees, etc.) would run well over ..i \ weTho5kl! +'tea*$eirtai,our faith: rated by school busses sparking!

recovered from where It was possibility; of leasing a rest- Angeles, testified that.he nesses of the robber at""dIf- $5,000. Total cost of the trial ( 1"1 in the power of 'God within us. on Washington Street- and
abandoned at the spot about aurant he had on the prem- was one of the officers who ferent stages of his life. Later might well approach $10,000. ,('!II We should reaffirm our belief blocking city vehicles. Tuckeragrf'ed

two miles from the Keystone; ises. lIe said Manning told him arrested the Mannings on April in the trial, the U. S. Attorney The case was tried in Fed- that with God able to to talk with a school
what we are
folks wonder
pointed "The old
ou t that the six
bank. he had left some money with sidewalk in frontof board member
30 on the eral Court since the Keystonebank to see if the
Hubert White, assistant principal his father, which could be usedto their mobile home rental. photographs were actually of is insured by FDIC (Fed- the younger generation is do all things. There is the divine problem could be worked out.

of the Keystone Height handle the transaction.Two unit. He said that Manning's six different men. eral Deposits Insurance Cor- coming to-while the young self in us, the Christ self,

School, testified that he was large sums of money poration). people wonder when the older that is always capable, alwaysone We can understand why
owners cling to the Kdscl.
carrying a load of trash to the were recovered by FBI agents generation is coming to." with the Mind of God en-
It's the last could
car we
dump between 9 and 9:30 the some $2,800 from Manning's couraging us to succeed.

morning of the robbery. He parents in Green Cove Springs, Manning Has Long RecordHa _!III.WWW IIQOW''W -pogitivehf- -identify- :- -=-
travelled SR21-A ( the roar and $700 from the Manning's

through bpeedville: ) and as he mobile home unit in Portland,

stopped at the intersection of but none of it proved to be Harold Eugene Manning, was again sought on a
SR 100, White said a red, or "bait money." slender and neatly dressed, sat
fugitive warrant and the FBI
maroon car with a California expressionless! Tuesday as the said ,he hnd been living I THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR
tag pulled up behind him. Both Several bank employees test- jury foreman read the verdict in California prior to the
:' cars turned left on SR 100 ified that about $1,600 in bait that could give him up to 25- Key
stone
: White said, and he turned ofi money (currency on which ser- years in prison. robbery on April 3. A
: shortly on the road to the dump, ial numbers had been recorded) Green Cove' Springs "motel
: while the maroon car continue: was mixed In the total stolen His wife, Arlene, Who had rooming house" operator. Orville .
: in the direction" Starke. from the bank. won acquittal wept as ere sat Bumtjarnsr. identified YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE
beside Manning's father in the
Testimony was introduced tc Mrs. Florence Manning, the Manning and his wife as the
: show that the maroon car was defendant's mother, testifiedthat spectator section of the Federal couple' who rented a unit from

:: stored in a garage at Macon, she received a Seagram'sVO courtroom. him on March 30 in the name
:. Ga. on April 4, and plane tic carton In the mall and assumed Shortly before' the verdict. of John D. Troglan. They were

kets to Los Angeles were pur- that someone had sent Manning had waved crossed! driving a maroon Dodge with SEPTEMBER 9 ELECTION

., chased on the same date In the her a fifth of whiskey. She said fingers toward his wife apparently California! tag YLT-122, Bum-

:: name of Mr. and Mrs. D. Tro- the return address on the warp- encouraged by the' Jury's garner stated.

;: glen. Testimony showed that per was Indistinct she threwit long deliberation -almost three FBI records show that Man.

,j the purchasers of the tickets away. hours. Judge William McRae fling has had various charges,

,. paid $20.30 additional to have She said that she cleared out a was preparing to call the jurors ranging from auto theft to for ,
:; a small dog kennel shipped or spot In the middle of her deep back for lunch w'isn: the gery against him in 'a record ,

;f the plane as excess baggage freeze and placed the carton foreman announced that a going back to 1954. -:

r FBI agent Travis L. Lynch, Inside for safekeeping. She verdict had been! reached. He became a suspect in the i.(
and her husband went off fora McRae said Manning wouldbe i' ', 'i '
Keystone' robbery the
t1 of Macon, testified that her on basisof !
lifted latent few days, she said, looking sentenced following a pre- photograph identification by '' "
fingerprints from for chicken farm work and when
ff the car at the storage garage sentence investigation by fed eye witnesses and thin was the c ,1
returned she decided to I
they
eral
': and sent them to Washington. probation officers. object along with the three '
take the carton out of the deep
Manning had been sought by:
Philip W. Conover, an FBI other suspects!' of a nationwide ( .
freeze fearing itmtghtburstand the FBI since 1966. He was unt.
H '!fingerprint expert from Washington ruin her meat. When she fin- charged! then in a Federal war- man .,
More than $3,500( offered as
the carton she
I testified that the latem ally opened rant with unlawful night to evidence In tha Manning trial
,, Drints were the same ai Inked found it contained money. avoid confinement, issued after
along with $7,000 recovered'from
prints taken later Mrs. Manning admitted that
of Mrs.
:Ills escape from) a Duval County -
she had received a long distance Troglen and any that
Manning at the Duval
i jail. He said, however,County there; phone call from her son, but hewouldn't Manning prisoner later work was gang.picked! up might be offered in the Ruls
case when It to trial
tell her where sne was. comes 'k
was no way of telling how long in the Atlanta and
givena
area
will be
s On eros examination, she returned to the bank.
two-year prison term in a .

stolen car case. He way then

released on June 28, 196?. returned Scientists doubt if we will I i..

to Duval County custody ever have a true Star Trek.

: made bond on the escape And It'* just as well because,
count and failed to show up ai we recall from television.

:: in the court FBI records show. It makes your ears look fun
'. ny.
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:: Use Of Red Flashing Lights LimitedTo officer or agency

I: 4 Counties OpposeConsolidation ti $469.944 N ceded( To Complete Police, Fire, Ambulance: Vehicle. change they Escort may to vehicles be amber used only must lights when,also and in 'actual material over-dimensioned process or buildings.of equipment escorting


g The Florida. Colonel Reid Clifton directorof
Highway Patrol
Vocational-] technical r Center
has reminded emergency vehicle the Patrol.
; Those vehicles spelled out in
i I
owners and operators thata
the law that "' -
: Move recent law change limits the must change to
$469,944 is neeaea to com- take children home earlier In amber lights are wreckers) ,
'use of flashing red
lights to CERAMIC
plete the BradfordUniocatlonalTechnical n Veer the afternoon. That ,would make rncaquite control spray vehicles QUARRY VINYL
(Continued: From Page One) ernment they are willing to pay Cent as the Brooker school day from 8 police. fire, and ambulance vehicles.
originally planned, Supt!: Tom a.m. until 2:15: p.m. lic service corporations or !gov-
"Under
also said the people In the six for.Brallier said services In the Casey toU the School Board Some Brooker elementary students a previous atatute ermental departments.
counties he represents are diametrically small counties could be cut to Monday night. have ben leaving home several types of vehicles were Robert L. KitchensTile
opposed to the consolidation save but said doesn't and not return- authorized to use flashing red
money Casey and Ted Oglesl >y, dill before 7 a.m.
plan. "As far as lights. The revised statute now The law allows them to dis
believe that consolidation with
4:39 accordingto
rector of the wI take Ing until : p.m.
I'm concerned I don't want anv the same services will prove center for the Principal V. R. Ferguson.The limits this to fire, ambulance play the amber lights only at Contractor
proPcsed plans 25,000I
part of it and I don't think less expensive than the pre- -and police vehicles and author. the scene of the hazard or operation -
feet additional: change was pushed by
!! of I
the people in this part of the sent system. square space Goodman Izes the use of flashing amber and they may not display
Sseber
the school needs to hot six Board Member
ise lights for them
either. others. Those while
state do Brallier concern.ed going to and
Senator Saunders said he term thepreambletoCrider's programs now in ten: ,iporarytomor Supt Casey also approved should be aware they are from the scene of operation or 1020 E. CALL ST. 961-6923
premed bill as "high it
thinks Rep. Crider is "ex- sounding" and said it uses as :quarters to Tallahasseerow the change as long with as :In violation of the State law if (hazard unless specifically authorized STARKE FLORIDA
optimistic." He (Friday) for a pr esenta- can be workd out no I
tremely over a reason for the conslidation they do not change, says by a law enforcement
said he "can't believe the Legislature tlon to State Departm ent ofthem doubling or routes.
proposal the fact that the per
will disregard the people Education officials.
in
capita cost of government
let their feel- "We to let
here if they are going
small counties is much higher.
Ings be known. know where we are m :w andy
The Union also
Attorney Maines told the offIcials told the group that postmaster&en.Richard 'what:: we need" Oil est said Over 160 Stores Throughout 7 Southeastern States

from the four counties Stone of Dade County told the Wednesday morning
they would have to organize Lake Butler Rotary Club the $420,050 has been sp ent oncllities S STARKE E

statewide before they could accomplish people should have the right to ,,the present vo-tech fa ., STARKE E

very much. Mains decide If they want to change Supt. Casey said. The faclll-
said the first step in fight their government. ties being requested thl! is week 155 W. Call St.
ing the proposal would be to Columbia County Attorney would complete the scl tool! as 155 W. Call St.
organize and the second wouldbe William said it is the buildIIgo. %
Haley projected in the mastet -
to find the real reason Rep. local county courthouse over ing plan several years Starke Florida J Starke Florida
Crider is pushing consolidation.The the state that control Florida Programs now "golnj I great
proposal also changes politics. It would help if the in arters"s.
guns temporary qu
vC"
circuits Union Clerk *
judicial ,
feelings of courthouse officals
include home economic dls-
Robert Drlggers pointed out, over the state were known, Ha- .
the consolidation "F" trlbutive education: foe >Id sar.hortl
giving four resident clrcultjud- ley said. Several persons vice, ,buUd''.cg trades, !-
county echoed him.Speaking .
culture, cosmetology aiprocessing. i3 dataservice: -
ges. for Bradford County
Chairman Lee Brallier said County Judge Theron Yawn began The food 3 THURS.
program 13 now housed In pre- ,
Rep. Crider told the Union Study by complimenting Sen. sent vo-tech facilities bui :, wouldmanent LOOLLAR STORES
Commission he would look favorably Saunders.
be moved If the pel'lfood :
"You the of pub-
upon a referendum on, can see type FRIDAY
service is const ructed, DAYSONLY
lic officials the smaller coun- _
his proposal in the four rnun- ,, ,
said would be
Oglesby It re-
Brallier urged the ties send to Tallahassee, Yawn
ties. groin
placed; by the cosmotolo gy un-
said after telling the assembled
to seek a vote saying the plan SATURDAY
would 'surely be turned down. officials how proud of it.The t Worne. oftfie VMues
School Board provedfonday
Brallier also said Rep. Cri- Saunders Bradford County is. ap -,
der disregarded the U.S. Supreme Yawn recommended to the expenditure of $1,000 A ,u SEPT. 18th,
group: night to renovate a per tion ofsliding r Df1u A
Court's one man one
lath &
vote ruling in his redistrictingplan. 1) Invoking the referndum pro- the rear of the USO B''' 1p0 o 1 r .. J < 20th.

He said the plan supposes vision of the new state Consti- for temporary use by tt 'ie cos- <
the largest county, since it tution in an attempt to initiate motology program The boardr A the small counties' own amend- also approved a call fc bids -",
I would be the county seat, to be
in the battle. That he ment. on $8,000 in cosmotolgy equipiulture- P
passive 2) Contacting each aspiranttothe ROBERT GOULET'SGREATEST
ment anJ $2,000 in hortli'
1
be true.
said, may not always Governor's office then % HITS
4.
1 "They may not want us." equipment.In q V f + %' 1
making the attitude known state P I' r v rove racne wf
It has not yet been proven other action Mondaythe night,
that government is small coun- wide.A third. Yawn idea was some- Board approved a < :hange 4'-q: e s I l'i"' : '. g S r / "4
Sen Saunders of Breaker bus schedu: des to s f l' L3
ties cost more, thing the judge himself said t pgt111,1 uoiuui. )>
told the group. Even so, he add- he permit ons bus to remiBrocket4 tin at + '
at
first
.
thought ridiculous
ed, small counties should be allowed He Elementary all < :lay to ri'p
suggestedprefillng a bill in
to keep the type of gov- -- : :
the
Legislature to carve up ;
Hernando as a3lidated-
Dade, Duval and annex t he Sumter, and : /
nother, he said.
parts to adjacent smaller coun- : p'
ties. In each of the const' ,
counties the largest mi inlcpacourity-
"I'm not Yawn told
joking, would become the
the group, saying the more he lity
seat of the consolidated* v:aunty,
thought about the idea the more
Brallier quoted from U 'to r bill. V
plausable It became to him.
That would place area ciountys
"I can see nothing really good seats in Lake City, Cros City MH
coming out of this bill" Yawn Perry, and Live Oak, under Nit
said. "Why is he so interestedIn terms of the proposal. 1.
/ itAl l t, ( area beyond his legislative Since judicial circuits i a re re- //I//\/ \ 4 5 4VL
jurisdiction?"' aligned under the pn )1 x>sal,
Maines pointed out that small Brallier said, support m I iSht: be

counties could organize to follow sought from circuit judgi' es /, ,
/ s't Rep. Crider's bill through ,,_, ,II
committee in the Legislature.it .

o' .sd I" 0 bill might assigned be possible to several to have com-the 4.,1r." {f@illiO[ u fl ,j.J 20

mittees, he said, making it FINANCIAL l *

difficult vote. to get to the floor fora PROTECTI ON v

Maines repeatedly told the
MARTIN DESIGNS
that the place to begin
group
PolicyboUar Questions Ant ward hy I
GAS HEATERS FOR opposition is the to the state consolidationmove meeting of Tht Institute of Lift Insurant e. .'77 OUR REGULAR DISCOUNT PRICE
Park AVI.. N V:, N. Y., 1L'OI' 7
THE"QUALITY county commissioners Sept.24.
Judge Yawn termed that an excellent Q. I have four life I jisuran ce Nationally Advertised Albums! .
: SEEKERS" idea. policies. It seems to me It wou Id
., "The Pork Chop Club is being be much simpler to make the mall Meets Any Price In Town
payable to my call tie rathe 'r
: We think you'll agree, when replaced by the" Bradford Pheasant than naming specific bet!! neflclarli !* !
: you judge for yourself, this Under Glass Club, for each of the four poll' den. The n
: fine example of quality Commissioner Ralph Bryan told I could leave Instruct ns In m' r
I craftsmanship by MARTIN. the group. He said counties will for disposing of tl ie money 744'ACHECK
: This all new porcelain finish have just been /given home rule A. It's very likely t t: hat then I 4
: cool cabinet unvented heater and now It's going to be taken would be unnecessary< expenses II N FOR 20% SAVINGS!

radiates warmth and good away. Bryan said small you make your First ''s payable
to your estate. c taste. Available In three con counties cannot deal with large

; venient sizes and features counties on the basis strength time ,' or
rust and mar proof design but must play on sympathy. consumingeep
;, throughout, lifetime cast Iron Yawn pointed out there are advantages M bentiiclary to V your designed Manufacturer's OUR REGULAR 20% Savings "Every Day

burners and high styling fan to of living in a small ) / Ions up to List Price PRICE Price
and fit any automatic decor. controls Optional offer county. "The people know the i 1 date i. You life tnsunti Dollar

commissioners. They can sit ice agentwill .
you the convenience and Day
be 1.17
: glad to help ( IOU with the 1.98 $1.47
a quality you have come to down and talk over problemswith changes that are r leeded from At Your
expect. them face to face. time to time. There 1 k: i no chargefor
i A Baker County official said this service. It b i easier and
the only thing which might just- less costly to change your $3.98 $2.87 $2.29 Top Dollar
ify the consolidation plan beneficiaries on y'l >ur life In-
"would be the matter of econ- surance policies th a n In a will. Store!"
$6877INCLUDES Of course, you del 1 nitely should

omy."But we've always found it have Processing a will and your kee f: life.,11 up Insurance to date.' 4.98 $3.54 2.83 I

i costs more when government through a will Is 1 19 rely t to add to 911/1/'
i grows larger and-It would be the cost of probati n g your estate.

further from the people. They And your family n ,lay be Inconvenienced -
would know less about what goes by data y In obtaining 5.98 $4.47 $3.57'BANKAMERICARD
the proceeds whlln this Is goingon :>>
on.
; FREE five a time when I honey Is most
wr Driggers warned that the
wY needed. A life I In surance beneficiary 'IIN/ lIItJ
largest newspapers in the state usually re e' elves payment 6.98 $5.27 -, $4.21 ; M
are supporting the consolidation -
within several .d.ays after the
legislation. He said legis- necessary documc :Ir its are receivedby
i BLOWER lators in large counties listento the company.
the large papers. There are othei, advantages to
eo Other area counties namedin naming a specific person as beneficiary -
o LIMITED TIMEr the bill Brallier said include for ext fmple the privilege

r a consolidation of Levy, form of of taking an annul th ,f e /proceeds for life. in the

SLADEGas into Gilchrist one,, and and Lafayette Dixie Counties, Suw- 11m I F OLANKEIS

annee, and Hamilton into a-

"':, & Appliances and nother Jefferson and Taylor into a third.Madison, @

The bill names Clay Putnam -
332 W. Madison!' St.
St. Johns, and Flagleras

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will September 22, ;
A class!' in Cosmetology begin .
1969. This I Is a 1200 hour program and will run "
p through July :31, 1970. There will be two weeks ''''.

vacation at Christmas and one week at Easter.

r. The class period will run from 8:30 to 3:30 p.m. 1: : r ",' Non Allergenic Moth Proof

;r: It will include one-half hour lunch period with a :"' "
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it" interested contact the Bradford-Union Area makes the perfect topperfor
pants o I skirts. Styled $4.95 EACH TOP DOLLAR PRICE
::' Vocational-Technical Center at 9646150. with a mocl: turtleneck, the
pullover is b j- Miss Ingenue.
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Peach of a Stocking sultant had approved the Parks

Stocking fashions are goIng Library Site property.Mrs. Movies Trea d Light, MenMeD' Ion era, has looked anything type of loafer with a business -
Sanders further pointedout
"nude" In the sheerestof but silly If he mixes his suit, or wearing wingtips -
to Council that the. Parks I fashions have gone styles-which Is to say that with casual slacks. Lookas
textures with the blush
ing shade of peach as the Funds Sought property had been appraisedat "The Valley of dwangl." "The Babysitter" Is billed wild basic and ri lies wonderful still, but the silk ties and sports jackets avante-garde a s yon.
predominant tone. $9,800. a science fiction Western, is set drama apply. worn together Is still a fash- please, but be consistent.
as a "real-lire highlighted
The Board has received a Gentleme n, please remem-
for the Florida Theater's Ion no-no. So Is
wearing.: .any *
committment from a man to by scenes as daring as ber that B to one, in any fash-
From CouncilThree screen Friday and Saturday, any the screen has presented. ,
) clear the Parks property; free -- -
Starring in the film are k ssaBBsW" gggggg* sjp |
Starring are Patricia Wymer
of charge.

members of the County; that Councilman he had met Nell with Tucker the said LI- eon James and Franclsus.Olla Golan.Richard Carl- amy.George Carey and Ann Bell t JYoi Ned; ;
& E xperience
Library Board asked City; Coun- brary Board several months On Sunday Monday and i Capable
cil Tuesday night to pay $4,000 ago to discuss the situation Tuesday. "Che Guevara" will "The
Hostage" writtenby
toward the purchase of a site be shown at the Florida. The was
and to recommend a methodof
Henry who also
p for a new library. film tells the story of Che Gue- Farrell
Speaking for the Board. Mrs. flanancing.was the possibility One area discussed of a- vara during the time he work- wrote "Whatever Happened to M You On Your t
; City
Baby Jane" Serving
Hush
the John Library Sanders Board explained] had paid that long term loan Tucker said. ed with Castro In Cuba until Sweet Charlotte.and" "Hush < !n
lila death In Bolivia.
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Another Board member,Mrs.A. .
90 binder on
$250 for a day
Omar Sharif stars as Che
R. Norman, explained that The atory revolves around
the Parks property,at the north Jack
and Palance Fidel Cas-
east corner of Walnut] and Jack- they didn't know if the Library as a six-year-old boy who Investigates Council t
son Streets, and that they had Board could legally make loan tro."The Hostage" and "The the Inside of a moving
90 days in which to raise the or even purchase property.; van and vanir'tes.Starring .
LIFE INSURANCE FOR A George Pierce Babysitter" are sPot for the 301 Don O'KellY
$8,000 being asked for the prop City; Attorney are
agreed to look into this problemand Drive-In on Friday, Saturdayand Dean !Staton and John Carra-
CHILD erty.Mrs.; see what could be work- Sunday. dine .
? Sanders toll: Council that '
some 10 days ago they learned ed out. Re-Elect t
Dr. Florence Jennings, the
Yes I Buying New York that the Parks properly; was
the only available property; acceptable third Board member present ,
Life's popular Whole Life
for to the state ( if the Tuesday night, commented that ;- WILLIAMS
youngster raid
coverage your Ge L d
had the r
now-at children's low rates county; is to receive matching if they property they .. ,
-can give them low premium funds from the state, the state could goaheadandsubmltaproject -
protection for life must approve the location) and to the state. She pointedout ...d r
or funds for their education, also the Parks property; was that if they waited too long, CITY COUNCIL -
home or career I See me about "to be bought out from such aid may no longer be available .
from the state and fed-
under --k
soon. us.
Mrs. Sanders later explainedto government. GROUP 4 '.
The Telegraph] that two other "We're fixing to get into our t tPr
Burge locations which the board had budget," Councilman Jimmy t
SearingSPECIAL considered (the old bank building McKae said. "Everybody is p .
30 40 50 cent,
on Call Street and property; up or or per A -
ACCNT behind the new courthouse)were plus we are trying to give our. ,
NEW not acceptable as far as the state employees a pay raise. After oven Leadership Ability
YORK LIFE was concerned.She the budget is prepared, maybewe
INSURANCE COMPANY can help. But we can't make ,yF ka ,
said that the library con-
Capable
sultant from Jacksonville had a decision until after the bud-
118 N. MYRTLE ST. said that the moat deslrab'le get is made."
Phone 964-5633 location was a piece of property Mrs. Sanders commented that Experienced
; fronting on US301, next they hadn't expected to get t
to the $4,000 in cash that night but Here's a delightful easy to prepare main dish to take care of I t
new courthouse. they hoped the Council would hungry appetites. 1-2-3 easy steps and you have this steak readyfor
However, she said that prop- seriously consider their re- cooking. Only a short time is needed for preparation. While
III erty; would cost double or triple the steak cooks, you'll have sufficient time to complete the rest
,i what the Parks property; will quest. of the meal. The Uncola] adds a new flavor to the delicately seasoned
cost and that the library_con- "You aren't helping us, a sauce which complements the meat without masking the .
group of ladies"; you're helpingthe true meat flavor. The secret to serving is to cut the steak very My sincere thanks for your vote and support in the t
community; she concluded. thinly on the diagonal.
Council Chairman One Wig Sharpened by the nip of fall, the appetites of family or guests First Primary. With continued concern in good
FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS gins agreed, "It's our library. will welcome your .
Yours, mine, everybody's." 1-2-3 Steak on Noodles
Coleslaw Buttered Green Beans leadership we can win on September 23. We encourage
FALL OVER RADIO Fresh Apple Crumb Pie I t
The Special TrinketYou 1 H'2-lb. flank steak /2 cup 7UP other voters to join with us.
WPXE ALL GAMES! don't have to shop in 2 tablespoons shortening 1 can (lOVa oz.) condensed .
antique stores to wear inter. Salt and pepper, to taste tomato soup
You /' > cup chopped onion Cooked noodles ,
unique jewelry.
COURTESY esting,
be careful V5 cup chopped green pepper My according to city records lives outside
just have to a opponent, -
BILL POWELLInsurance shopper, willing to go Brown steak slowly in shortening. Season to taste with salt and
pepper. Add onion and green pepper the last 5 minutes of brown-
through lots of not-so-special with ing. Combine 7UP and soup. Pour over steak. Cover, cook slowly your city and does not pay any city propertytax. :
and Real Estate trinkets, to come up 1% hours or until fork tender. Slice meat thinly. Place on platter. :
something that looks like an Surround with noodles. Pour sauce over meat. or serve separately. .
heirloom and costs a lot less. Makes 6 to 8 servings. j
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QUALITY
CONSTRUCTION


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j I Am Humbl r Grate! lul For The Fine Vote And Support You GaveL

CONSTRUCTION 3 bedroom COLONIAL r tITrlT--: ; ; : L In The First PrimaryI


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would like for i all of my friei] !nds to return to
Everyone realizes that the cost of new home conL' J the polls on Tuesda, y Sept. 23, 19 ..9 and cast your Vote For A Man Who Has

struction,like almost every thing else,is rising ballot again in my behalf. 14 years business experience.
LOW MONTHLY (y.That's why, if you're in the market for a new rapid'l'l I -- .1 Police
PAYMENTS Academy Training
A man must rut i on his", own merits & his own
THIS VERY MOMENT THE BEST POSSIBLE TIME TO BUILD. 4 years investigation work.
record. Below is pi irt of my record I during 6 years
And mortgage money need be no problem. We'll build your new home almost any- as your chief. IVi' years local police service.

where you own land and we'll supply complete 100% mortgage financing for qual- 6 years as your Chief of Police.

ified property owners. 1. In an atten apt to clean up the city when

I first took offic e we had 33 arre sts and 33 cenVote For A Chief Who Will
Choose from 20 low
CUSTOM BUILT over priced, high quality homes. victions whig
ON YOUR PROPERTY on) ikey charges alo ne within the
first two years. This was done regardless of 1. Serve you full time.
WE HAVE BARRELS OFMONEY threats on my life and also to be put out of

office. 2. Put a walking police cfficer in business

-1 district.
2. We establ!' shed{ a filing syn tern & record

TOP QUALITY ,'if, keeping departn jent for the protei lion of every 3. Enforce rail road crossing ordinances and
r MATERIALS c ''Ii 'l MORTGAGE one. strive for safety arms at crossings.

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,:- liJi./ 3. A training ; program for polic e officers was 4. Patrol residential areas.!'
.:" ,a started with liD sited funds.

After you select your home from the more than 20 models offered, we are ready to 5. Check Businesses day and night.

work with you under a number of flexible arrangements. For instance, we'll finish 4. Almost e very police officer had a high

fOUOW/NG OFFICES LOCATIONS in THE/ : your new home to almost any stage of interior completion. You can save a tremendous school educatic m and was trained tci i be courteous. 6. Take a full interest in young people rea.

amount of money by completing some of the interior your:>elf. If you chooseto lizing a police record will follow them through

have us leave the inside completely or partly unfinished, we can supply the fin 5. Police ol ;t'ficers were put in good looking life,and !may keep them out of service or their

ishing materials and include the cost in your mortgage. And you know your complete uniforms and patrol cars were e. luiped better .. ot college.to .

satisfaction will be assured when your builder also provides the financing. represent a nd protect your city. ,

If 1 am unable to see you before election

LAKE CITY 6. I started and helped coach a boys baseball please accept this as my humble asking for

I team showing ; my interest in the j oung people. your vote and support on Tuesday Sept. 23, 1969.

FLA. 32035 Mv phone no. is not in the phone book. If

Senrl tin'/ CI>UIH I. plum or trop hiitnir / 7. When I took over as chief in Oct. of 1961 you wLsh! to contact me my phone no. is 964-6610.
P.O. Box 1045 ni-iire\l Jim\\' .fur n I III I'.mtiitiif! my wife. Toni.Remember.
/. braw foul itiinph fir iiifttrintitttw. Mkai there would be a knifeing or kill ing. Through
3030 E. | many hours of police work this wa s' brought to
Duval St. -- -
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CASUAL Cottage 'JIM WALTER HOMES :
U. S. 90 I (Mail to the nearest office) SfI Only a i nan with a sincere d< >sire to serve Only a person running his
I on own can sin-
I would like to know more about your building and the people, without obligations t, o any special cerlv serve you honest fair and impartial.
&: Olustee Ave. A Coutp&fe Lice of I financing plan. Pleaie send me a free catalog I am person or groups can truly serf re the people I am running strictly on
with
Interetted in a (n Home rJ) Cottage fair and im: partially. My record spi aks for itself. a sincere desire to serve as your my Chief own only of Police.

Phone 754-8558 -Secotuiftoute Cottage* I Nam._


Wtiffi you think ol a new home think' ol City Address ..Slate.Telephone. _-__ I WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSERPd.

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JV Grid Action



14 BHS Starters On Tap TonightJunior



Varsity' itrlders /will described! the '69 Baby Torna-

open the 1969 football season does. Seven, offensive; and eight ;
r tonight at Bradford High as defensive starters are freshmenwho
Named For OpenerA they met big Gainesville High have never before played ;
School in the first of eight football the coach points out. :
games.
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Though they' ,are inexperienced -
Game time Is 7 Ad-
starting line up for Fridaynlght.s Team speed should Norman for instance might pan. the offensive backs looked t
be about mission is $1 for adults and. :
opener with Baker County equal; neither is expected to be call option right In Pie:! huddle. 75 cents for studsnU. good in the preseason scrimmage -
High :.has been named by .slow. He then could hand off the ball t Friday MlstJke.s'are boundto
Tornado Coach David Hurse come, Darlington points out :
to either the fullback or :halfback inexperienced is
Young and
Baker had keep It himself, or pass. as the young grldders learn I
the
advantage !In the Coach ,Jim DarlingtonA
It consists of Just 14 playersfor way and progress ,
being able to
both offense and defense. scout BHS in the ,

Even quarterback Mike Nor preseason jamboree Norman would start down The JV team will run the :
man will go both ways. the line. His first option is to survey Insists that less same triple option offense and .:
Bradford hopes will be pinnedon the fullback on the dive If the Christy Chandler Is cornered by the with the game condition drill. The team looked than five percent of the papers defense as the varsity.
Offensive starters tentativelywill the triple option offense:! pat apposing tackle fills his hole second team defense In the preseason .rimbetter when the movies were graded than filed by most businessesThe

be tight end Tom Marks terned after the University of Norman pulls the ball back % they did on the field, says Head Tornado Starting offensively will be:
strong tackla Danny Jackson Houston which pioneered the from the fullback's stomach mace last Friday BUS coaches were pleased David Horse. Tornadoes also drew Benard Brown, tight end; Den.

strong guard Bill Buby center offense and, with great success. and continues down. the line of praise from Coach Hurse for' nis Kelly, split end; Carl Hi-

Tommy Blackshear:: weak guard The Tornadoes' new 4-4-3 defense scrimmage. He goes throughthe Gridders Work On In Practice their play in the scrimmage herd and Levy Lennon. tackles:
ten Register weak tackla Buddy is geared to stop a passing same process with the opposing Blocking last Friday. Charles! Wright and Bob Dyal.
Sapp split end Tim Mur- attack such as Baker Is expected end. Should the end hold guards, and Dennis Crawford
quarterback Mike Norman ; to present. Much responsibility position Norman will pitch out; "It's one of the few timesWe've .

phey. Alvarez halfback. center. Halfbacks'will be Far
Tornado backs this week a is credited can play tackle and center as
rests to the halfback and continue / looked better in the movies
fullback Rudolph Perkins, on the linebackers on Malachi
have put In !hours of practiceon with running well in the well as guard. Ion McClellon and
halfback Christy Chandler and end who are responsible toward an Pond run. than we ,dId on the field.
left Brad Carter will be at
backfield blocking as coa preseason scrimmage last Frltiay. Tackles Buddy Sapp and Henry, :
t.and right halfback Dale Johns. for both runs and The halfback then! has the option ches .sought to improve that Ha has: shown flashes of (Danny Jackson also drew words other Hurse says.aromnd.Usually it's the fullback, and Eddie Hazen at
passes. They must t be some of way
r, .the best boys the flald. of runring around the end portion of their game in pre speed which' have warmed of praise from the FRS head quarterback.Defensively.
Defensive starlet a will be on or parsing the ball At times paration for Baker County this coaches hearts. Christy Chandler coach. Back 'aip quarterback Dean
ends Jackson and Marks, tackles the quarterback may keep the Friday. too ran well. He and Alvarez Johns was credited with a. the Baby Tornadoes
Perkins and Dale Johns, Many, if not most of the BHS ball on an: end run are \step for .step, Coach Mark Graudons, senior tight good performance in the scrim will start: Brad Carter
:middle linebacker Ralph Mor-: offensive plays will be the triple Players drawing praise for David Horse says. end out for the first time, has mage. Hurse said Johns keyed end Charles Wright, ends:
Jgan, weak side linebacker option The quarterback has The entire BWS offense Is their defensive work over the shown noticeable improvement better than he had been and Bob Dyal and Levy Lennon
Mike Norman strong linebacker the prime responsibility! for he built around the option play. week were Jimmy Alvarez, Perkins is progressing nicelyat although he is developing slowly called a good gnme.
Chandler, monster man Tom- must "read" the defensive It is doslotied to catch the de. Tom Marks, Danny Jackson, defensive tacklo and is being as expected. Though he tackles; Farelon McClellon,
imy BlacksTiear. mlddls safety tackle and end an act accord fense off balance, to place the Christy Chandler, Buddy Dapp, worked at defensive end won't start against Macclennyin Two more players quit the Dale Clements, and Benard
:p Jimmy Alvarez, strong safety ingly. ball where the defense isn't. and Rudolph Perkins where he has 'wlso been impressive. the opener, Graudons will squad during the week, Coach Brown linebackers; GI'ay Flynn
Murphey and weak side safety He Is also .a two.way no doubt see action at both Hurse said, cutting the number monster man, and Steve
:Ben Moxley. starter and at fullback Perkins tight end ''and split end. down to 26. Strickland, Malachi Henry, ana
needs work, Hurso! says. "
Baker To Show Marks, a defensive starter Wayne Tetstone safeties
J In other. words Buby Register Expected Offensively, Hurse says last year, started slowly this They are Eric Tomllnson. a
and Sapp will out would have "If they stick it
come on Junior center who out. some
guard: !IBlly Buby, .a. two-year season but has come along.
;:defense and MoxUy Alvarez, (seen action this season, and good football players will come
letterman, and Ln Registerare He will start both ways Friday
(:and Morgan will go in. Wide Open Passing GameA developing. Both drew night), at tight end offensivelyand Jerry Lee, promising' Junior out 'of this bunch," Coach
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praise. The experienced Buby defensive end. guard. Darlington predicts.
r.. Morgan the team cnptaliv!
jjlras done ai real job and is do-
wide open pasing attack is The Tornadoes also -
jjveloplng into a fine leader can expect
what Bradford Coach David to 6.2 defense most
r: Hurse says. see a
tf Hurse expects to have thrownat of the time though the Wild-
and his Tornadoes by Baker cats 'Will probably It. Ii-
Team spirit has picked up vary .
ft players are more enthusiastic County this Friday} They have two big: boys Steve :- a -;_

i this week with the first game Jordan. 240. and Joey Glddens. __. _, -
':*:; approaching the Head: Tornado The Wildcats after takinga 250 to throw Into line. Gtddens
*?says. 26.0 drubbing from Brad- Is also an offensive starter. = -
ford High in their opener last The Wildcat: fullback will be

i "It's a little different when .season, switched to a wide Dennis Gllsson, 715-12. Ha and
< you're getting readv for a 'ball open passing attack on the Rhoden also compose the top i&e
game. Their whole attitude .strong arm of David Crews. Baker llnebackln corps. The
-to? changes." the coach says. They average 40.50 passes per left half 1 b Gilford Davis, 145-12.
,game.
Hurse will field an offensive: Now a 165 pjunl: senior, The Cats also !have 15 seniors
eleven Friday that will aver Crews Is back and will be at and 13 lettermen returning

age 200 pounds per man from he helm Friday night. from their 1968 squad They r x
tackle to tackle. It will be the should be a much .Improved a

J i biggest line BHS has boasted In'' Using a spread offense, or so team over last yea>\, BHS coaches -
> 10 years-Jackson. 220: Buby, Crews say'
Tornado coaches expect
i 210; Blackshear 165: Renter.1f
will! be throwing to speedy
220; and Sapp, 190 Tight end{I flanker Danny Rhoden, a 165 Not very much Is very certain r
::'Tom Marks is also a healthy pound junior, and to end Greg about the new Baker
Jil70: QB Mike Norman Is a Bennett, tv 175 pound senior team, however: .since Tornado
=! strong 170 and fullback Rudolph coaches have, ,been unable to

':: Perkl 4plrs'1$5..a'whyl -e ,,, scout hem: o Ber County: ,
.. "They have a Rhoden over however, f1tlY"a cAfttt! to'( I ,.1 u .. f.it t ; A'R
t'
: Though BHS will have the there. H3's fast too He'll be the Tornadoes In the preseason t

:'. .size, at least on offence, Baker their horse," BITS Coach Hurse jamboree in Gainesville
: County has the edge in experience. commented when asked if Ba-
;:: Baker 'has returned 15 iker has a real runner this season
:; lettermen to five for BHS. ,

,,".. Calf ScrambleSet e



:": Oct. 11The

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,

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third annual Calf Scram-

,.' ble, .sponsored by the Starke-
Bradford County Chamber of

""1'tr Commerce, will be held Oct.
; 11 at the fairgrounds.
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The evening will be kicked,
O' rEy off with A chicken dinner \served -
by the FFA. Cost will be
,.. :
_Q $1.25 a plate. This is tentatively
f e scheduled for 5:30: p.m.

r Boys will begin! .scrambling

: ? for 15 calves at 'about. 7 p.m.
,r There will be three calf scram ;

., i bles and, new this year, a -. /,;/
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I Between the scrambles, the ., two top riders (to be chosen
CHILL CHASERS-Cotton corduroy and zip-up Jackets are
the basis of earned
synonymous with fall and these two styles have pile linings on points
v for winter warmth as well. At left, tab.button detailing distinguishes /within a month) from Bradford -
:= a neatly styled Jacket with long mitered panels Roping Club and Lake i
I of corduroy. Right long roomy welt pockets and stand-up Butler Roping Club will com
: collar are fashionable details of another handsome design. pete in club contests.
.:. In autumn colors of gold, camel olive, and brown both are
+ by Puritan Sportswear. Bradford's Calf Scramblewill

.: / be featured on the "Hi ;-
-
"'
r Neighbor" program en Channel

,; Schools: perhaps} were not as Pants Looks 12 at 6:45: a.m. Sept. 25. Assistant Y

:;:. efficient when I was a boy, County Agent Bobby Taylor FORD
will be on the :program to
'f but
they were a lot safer.
; Charlie Crawford, Democrat For Fall discuss the scramble Appear
ances on other TV programsare
i Union, Lawrenceburp, Tenn
being arranged.
,. M+wSMILE'

Purpose of the calf scrambleis


Ii I First LaNier' two-fold, ,the chamber Chamber according president.;hopes to Loryee to Today is 1970 at your Ford Dealers!

OF THE WEEK 'toe able to help upgrade the

quality of beef cattle in the

:,;. county Ten of the calves in Ford leaps into the '70s 1970 Torino. 1970 Ford. 1970 Mustang.

TIiIS IS MIS the scramble will be :registeredand Take Quiet Break. Run with Number One.
.... STOW BALL J4-M five graded. with newer, bolder, All new clear through. a Move
No matter which 1970 Torino you Into the quieter world Of the sleek No doubt about America's favorite
Secondly, the Chamber hopes better ideas. They are choose, you'll be driving the most new Fords for 1970.Take your choice sporty car; it's Mustang all the way!

tJt.'' c q the scramble winners will be ready and waiting at completely changed car of the year. of five great V-8's and 21 different Take your choice of six different
in Bradford
to
encouraged remain
LTD models. Three different rooflines.
models the elegant
,4: New shape. New size New style. including
County to' raise ,beef cattle your Ford Dealer now. New power There are 14 models in and popular Galaxie 500 The new Nine different engines. Mustang's

(or Come in and see the look all. And you're sure to find one that Ford gives you a ride so smooth and designed to be designed by you.
;
; gives you the value, performance or vibration-free that you have to testFind out why Mustang's really Number -
.01:; of f tomorrow today! luxury you want. drive It to believe it. One for so many drivers.
WISH I'D SAID



:\.: Slow! Some are, -but we're THATIt Ford gives you Better Ideas. Ws the Going Thing !

not when It comes to dependable
.d, service
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TUCK'S always to make
STYLISH-Plnwale cotton pays TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
corduroy in a giant plaid friends at every opportunityyour
;. ffrir/irmc/ DRIVE-IN turns up in fall's newest look: enemies like mine will
the bush jacket cuffed
BEES over make themselves.-James A.
PORK SPARE RIBS
Ardee
pants. By of California
Williams Jr. The Southwest
: CHICKEN it in black and ,
comes whiteor
:
206 W. Madison St I. Phone 064-7200 Fla.
s 4XJRB u.i.301 SOUTH SERVICE brown mustard, and black Virginia Enterprise eSte1'ICe.
.. plaid. .
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ADULT NONFICTIONWar Hilliard, died Wednesday.
-- American; Byzantiun Sept. 10, after a long illness.
Confronts The West, 1180 She was born In Bradford County
1204 -- Brand; White Collal near Johnstown (now Union
Criminal -- Gels; Gladiators- County; ) On April 25, 1891.
Grant; Gauguin -- Gauguin; Her parents were the late Harmon ICVICItQRDN BAPTIST'
U.S. Policy And The SecurityOf and Jane Rosier Byrd. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN -;-
Asia -- Greene; To Heal Mrs. Hilliard had lived in CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF CHURCH, LAwr z. '. Sufnday: Bible Study 10*. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School, 9:45: a. 'm. >.
Wisdom Sunday: School, 10 a jn. Morn.tac .- and Communion Worship, 11 m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m.Youth Ox
And Build -- Johnson;The Lawtey over 52 years, and wasa .CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS |4or nlng Worship a. ;
Of The Psalms -- Guardi- member of the Lawtey Bap- Sunday School. 10 LIDo 418 East Call St. Worship 11:15.: Sondajr Service, 11 a. m. Evening Warship 7:30 p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. CJIoir.Pne- \.
nl; What Is Called Thinking -- tist Church. Worship Service, 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: MUM service, 6:30.: Htjhway. ,ef ices 6:00.: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tlc, Wednesday 8 p. m. ?
Book Of 125, northwest of Lawtey.-Rer.a. '' service 7 C. Heetei-tt pastor. Rev Robert D. Burob
Complete Rev. J.
Heidegger; Surviving are four sons, Lu- Evening Service. 7 P.m. a.m. Sunday School, 10. Sacra Wednesday Worship .
Jukado -- Tegner; The Obsessive ther C. Hillard and Claude L.Hlllard. Tuesday Night Cottage PrajFW anent 11:15.Mondal': X.. Bennett pastor. S>. a\ Minister Jack P. BeU.NOUTIISIDE .

Personality -- Salz- both of Lawtey; James Meeting.Thursday. Primary, 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. .
man; Disobedience & Demo- and Jason Hilliard, both 01 Night. Prayer Meeting BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday
Tuesday MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora- t
cracy -- Zlnn; The Executioners Jacksonville; six daughters, in church. 7:3 pjn. CHURCH School, 11:00 a. m. Morning Highway 100-A :
r Wednesday Relief Pre Servlces -
Society 11 m. -
Worship a.
-- Seth; Marxism&Christianity Mrs Juanita Keene and Mrs. Youth Service: FrJCwr 'W&l 7:30 p.m. lag (Booster Band Young. 5-chedule of service: : Sunday. Worship, 6:00 p. m. Training Sunday School 10 *.m. Morn-/;>

And -- Maclntyre Of world: Origins War Inez Dyal, both of MacclennyMrs. 7:30: p.m V -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service), 1 V School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- ing Worship. 11. Training. Un- >",
Legacies
Geneva Gaskins, Lawtey; Ivy Luke Pastor J ship. 10:45: a. m. Training Un afclp. Evening Worship, 8. '
Branch 7 ion 7
Of Na President Evening Warship p. m p.m.
I Queen
m.
Fleming p.
-- ; Mrs. Delphna Starling Lake-
Wednesday' ion. 6:45: : p. m. Evening Service Wednesday.30: Prayer Ser.Wednesda.y. Prayer Meeting S
varre -- Roelker; Understanding land; Mrs. Margie Mott, Bro- SMYRNA: MISSIONARYBAPTIST Midweek Service. 715.:; Mid-week Prayer Service: vices 1st and 3rd Wednesday Virgil Lovett.nlLt1D0 .
.
Heil- Bower, X>. D. Dm.Rev.
R.
E.
Microeconomics -- oker; and Mrs.Bernard Rosier, CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY'BAPTIST 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. : ) p. m. Family night.
broner; Turmoil In Teaching-- Fort Pierce one brother, Jeff MISSIONU. pastor "tpastor.r ..
; 633) W. Pratt St. Sunday services -
Stinnett; To Heal And Build-- Hilliard four sisters S. 301 North behind .... -
Byrd, ; : Sunduy School 10 a. m Ta-
Johnson; Birth Control And Mrs. Nancy Thornton, Raiford; Preaching, 11 a. m. TralnlnsUnl.1 tee :Frees Drive In. Sunday
Love -- Guttmacher; Victorian The Mrs. Polly Johns and Mrs 5:45: p. ni. Evening Wor SChool 10 a.m. Worship Service I
Minds -- Himmelfarb; Atha Wynn, both of Lake But.. ship. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer .
Geometric Spirit -- Knight.
ler; and Mrs. Evie Stubbs, -Elder A. O. Flynn, paaborSt. Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
ADULT REFERENCEThe Miami; 38 grandchildren and 18 Leroy Olive pastor; E. L.

Molecular Basis Of great grandchildren. .- Marks Episcopal 6rifiis&. associate pastor.
Funeral services were held at
{Sunday Services
Life -- Scientific American; 11 a.m. Saturday, in Jones Memorial
8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAP'.I'IftHlatwaxW
Jensen A'
American Album -- ; Interment
Chapel. was r
Hardy Companion -- Pinion. 10 a.m. Church School 'Nclr1l\'nIt SEASONS
in Dyal Cemetery with DeWittC. !
11 a.m. Family Service Lawtey. Sunday School 1 10 I
Jones Funeral Home in t tun. .
charge. Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Morning,Wor.Mp. 11:15. Sun-, ,
ADULT FICTION Pallbearers were grandsons: Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service. 6:30.-.Rev.,
The Adventures Of Menchem- Donald C. Keene, James. M tnd 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett} pastor. 7

Mendl -- Alelchem; Fire The- Hilliard, Jr., A. W. Gaskins, I
Laurence
dwellers
-- ; B. H. Keene, Jerry Starling, CHANGE
Long Night's Walk -- White; and Ronnie Hilliard. KmST BAPTIST CHURCH CHUKCIi; OF GOD g1
A House Behind The Mint -- STARKE 422 N. St. Clalv St.? Stark I y F

Huffman; Acquainted With ;Sunday Sept. 21 Sunday. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
Grief -- Gadda; American Service School School, 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. _
Scrapbook -- Charvn: Three Meeting Friday, 7:30p. :
Prayer
Sermon: m.
11:00: a. m. I For a time leaves are then in
Cheers For The Paraclate -- MethodistsSet green
For "Cleansed By The Blood Of m.-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe'\:( ,

Keneally Robinson;; Eagle Something In The To Air An-':' In GainesvilleFirst Christ" Training Union, 6:15: paetor. early fall they. become brilliant) d'
7:30
Worship, :
swer For -- Newby; Kellogg p.m. Evening HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH with many colors. Finally they turn V"I" '
Stewardship I
"The t
Junction Spicer Pork Or United 'Methodist Church p.m. Sermon: C
-- ; : '
The Day I Lost The Masters-- Sunday Church School 9:45: of Cain and Abel" (Highway 100 at Theressa) brown and fall 'from the trees ;
11 Sept. 22 Youth Sunday School-10 a. m,
Dulack; The Liar -- Savage; a.m., Morning Worship a.m. Monday
Davis -- Sconlan; Wl pple's Beginning Session of Christian Choir Practice 7:30: p. m. Morning WOl'shlP-ll a. m. leaving them drab and i
Castle -- Williams; Tales Of Service School at First United Tuesday, Sept. 23 Carol Training Union.-6:30: p. m. I lonely looking. f" _I
Unease -- Burke; When The Methodist Church In Gainesville Choir Practice, 3:35: p.m. Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. t
Enemy Is Tired -- Braddon; 2:45: p.m.; MYF Snack Children's Choir Practice, 4:30: Wednesday :Night Prayer Services E
The Drift -- Kropp; The Girl Supper 6 p.m, MYF Meeting I 7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle :;:- God never changes he is an e i

In Melanie Klein -- Harwood; 6:30: ; Evening Worship 8 p.m. p.m.Wednesday -Sept. 24 Pray Packham, pastor. I ever present help w Y E:
You'll Like My Mother --Hintze Christian Service School will !Meeting 7:30: p.m. Church Choir ;
; A Set Of Variations -. be In session> each evening. Practice 8:15: p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :
O'Connor; A Dog's Life -- Monday through fThursday at Thursday Sept. 25Adult A.; OF STARKE "For/ am the Lord. !

Faraday '7:30' : p.m. Dept. Mrs. Johnson's Class West Weldon St, and Raiford '.. I change/! not" .' i
Thursday Chancel Choir will have Sunday School Class Road :
JUVENILE NONFICTIONSing Rehearsal 7:45: p.m. Meeting{ at her home 7:45: p.m. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I Attend church and learn'' M '"' i

Through The Day DeWitt T. Farabee. pastor. W. A. Hogan, pastor 11:00: ::2.. in. Morning. Worship; '
Society Of Brothers; Miranda's "::00 p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : i moreGods w gw i it

Music -- Boudin MADISON STREET m. Evangelistic Services t wonderful and !
Members SoughtBy BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid { C
ADULT NONFICTION Sunday School, 9:45: : Morning week Prayer M..etag. never changing love. a r" I
Little Wars Of The U. S. -- Union Co. PTADon :-:j
11. Youth Choir Prac i
Dupuy; The Last Explorer-- Worship, Pastor: T. E. OUleyHEILBRONN ic
Youth Fellowship c
tice, 4:30: ; .
Hoyt; George Eliot -- Haight. Andrews, chairman of
Union
Training $
Supper, 5:45: : !
the Union County PTA membership BAPTIST
6:15: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15: ; ::.
JUVENILE FICTION drive, states that although ; CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N. :{ i
Torchlight -- Hinchman.In memberships were on Evening Worship, 7:30.: 8:30.: Sunday School 9:43: 'a. m ;:;: .......:::::::mii1iiW: The Church 11 God t appointed ogeniy in this world lor spreading the knowledge ol Nil! love :
meeting Lr
Monday -RA : ::
;; '
sale at both the Middle.: School Prayer Meeting Morning Worship. 11. Training : ::::::iHii'ii1iiim1iii1iii1iii.: : for man and ol Nil demand la,man to respond to that love by loving nil neighbor Without,' !

and ths Elementary School on .Wednesday, 7:30: ; Business- Meeting, 8; Union 0:30: p. m. Evening'Service .+., ..11WWN Tlf 43W! 1 !iW Ihn! grounding in the love ol God, no government' or sall.t t y or way ol Me will longpeileveie

The Conntr. JaiUe'n Court In. opening day, very little inter- Choir Practice, 8:30.: 7:30.: Midweek Prayer Bee ti 1j1 : ,''Hm1' and the freedoms which we hold so dean will inevitably perish Therefore' even I

And.*. For. Brndford. Count Florid est was Indicated by parents.:: ..Thursday -'Church.w.,Vlslta,.. vice 7:30.: }' i v! ti'! r I'' ',1'' tram'", a.fulfill. ),,point'.ofv..wQl\IshQu'ds.Pportlh./1u'chla"h.sak.alIh..lIa". / .r.. .. w I. ,- < .4
In Pr. ..hateFree SOS Memberships will be avail- lion, 7 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor ti;:), :. : ., of himself, and his family Beyond that however, every. person should uphold and participate
No. 1.'
Tn Re: Estate Of John Ben el. able at the first regular PTA -Denton Sumrall Pastor ?Z i !::! in the Church because it tells the truth about man't life, death and destiny, the
meeting on Thursday Sspt. 25, GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH
D..alled. :' "truth which alone will set him free to live as a child of GodFAULKNER
Notice Of Flllnor Petition ForFinal *t the Middle School Cafeteria. Sunday School, 10 a': m. Morning Ilft

Notice Discharge I I. hereby Of Executrix given thatI Dues are 50 cents per:! person Revival To Start : Worship, 11 .a. m. and*7 p. iiiii1i11Hi1igg
have filed mv petition for dlstrlbutlon and membership in this organization m.- Rev. Fred' Johns, pastor '' iW Coloma" Ad. ...
and fnr final JU-
At Lawtey BaptistRevival
charge as Kxerutrlx: of the E5- is an indication of int-
BAPTISTSunday
tate of JOHN= BENSEL.: deceased rest in the youth of !the com NEW RIVER ,
and on October 28. services will begin School 10 *. m. Morn- .
1961 I wI!that >plv to the Honorable munity. Church of TrainingUnlcu. '
Theron A. Yawn County at the First Baptist 'Ing Worship, 11 a. m. :
Judge/ In and fnr Bradford Lawtey on Sunday, Sept. 21, 7 p. m. Evening Worship I
County. Florida and for for an orderof flnnl CARD OF THANKS'Our with the morning service, 'and: 8 p.- m. Wednesday :night er-
distribution ?
discharge its Executrix of the hearfelt thanks to all continue each: night at 7:30: vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
will of John Bennel deceased. who extended comforting sympathy through Saturday. Sept. 27. c.ome-L. L. Parker, pastor. ,;t
.3- Ellne StaufferEllse Rtnuffer and help in our recent Rev. Jack Hall, pastor ot the STARKE66"
.S. Myron C. Prevatt sorrow. A special thanks to Dr. Russell Baptist Church, of FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH HURST SHELLSERVICE
Myron C. Prevail Adams, Dr. Salazar and nursesat Green Cove Springs, will have Sunday Service: Sunday: j SERVICE'AND
K-v P. O...tone Box 668 Heights Florida, Bradford County Hospital.For charge. James Dullard, of Faith School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship SERVICE
the beautiful service, floral GULF
82658 Baptist Church, Jacksonville 10:45: a. m. Evening Service
Attorney for Executrix 10-9 offerings, and kindnesses, we director for 6:30 Midweek Service j Bill Edwards Ph. 8647231Tire
4t 'will be musical : p. m. Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111
are deeply grateful. The GeorgeE.
the week. Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. I TnilngHeadlight
Sanders family.
__ u. ...................uu_........._._._..._........_......'...................................... .... Charles Reese minister. : RENTALS
: :::::::: : : : :';;';;:r;J;';;#KI U-HAUL Adjusting

r r.ipilry.siiRuii..i..HANTS.Ni\\f': ( \\ BAPTIST BAYIJESS criORCHSchool.HIGHWAY : Truck Trailer Brake Service and

:::: :: HvadaO' 10 ant, Pre-' Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance

acbing Serviced *t 11. TretaiBsje ;. Minor Tune-Ups Alignment

OIL SPRAYSPROTECT } Vabn. p.m. Erenta Service.i. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
ill m mI ,. Midweek Prayer Meettnc. 1011 N. Temple Avenue :.=.:"
Wednesday, 7:30.: ((Everyone areW, All Minor Repairs
PHONE 964.5899
.... Rev. George K. Ore.HAAIPTUN
wen. pIIIIoI'! WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

I Im STARKE BUILDERS24HR.
I
BEST CHURCH CHRISTIAN: SUPPLIES, Inc. Hiway 301 and 100 LAWSON

Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng *10 S. Temple Starke MARKET
Worship at 11.: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT

Worship. 730.: Rev Carl : Complete Paint Supplies STORAGE
Clarke, pastor. and Sporting Gooda AND COLD

m : j FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Cheek With Ua First" DAD & BRAD SALES We specialize la and Custom Wrapping Slaughter-:
: inc Cutting
HAMPTON:
iI Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES prepared for Deep Reese

Worship at 11. Training .
Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night I WHOLESALEIORIDA
Prayer Meeting 7:30: followedby 24Ft. Wide
t' Phon.964.7O59
choir practice staxke Nur !
I I Jm Home service. 3:45: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD
-ReY. Melvin Hamel, pMtor. EST
I. MOBILE HOMES

CALVARY BAPTIST ONTROL COUNTY
Sunday School 10 a. m, Morning : Campers and Tmveltralleni
Woi' hlp, 11 a. m. Training :::t TELEGRAPH
1 Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- '.:) g u.MKAl CD. Keystone Heights

; ce, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed- OFFICE SUPPLIES
1
OIL SPRAYS STOP INSECT esdny, 7:30: p. m_Rev. R. R. 53E. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
1i Butler, puolor.KINGSLEY !. TYPEWRITERS

1 DAMAGE 1 TO I YOUR 1 SHRUBS ; LAKE BAPTIST Phone 964-5745 for FREE ADDING MACHINES

i Sunday School 9:30: ; Training Infectious. and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT

|:* Oil sprays are economical & safe-they stop pests|j1 j1j1j Union Worship,ilO:15 11: a.m.a.m.: Evening: 'Morning worship EDWARDSJEWELRY

|; by a smothering film of oil. ;8 1 j 7:30: Wednesday.8 p.m.; Prayer Meeting WILLIAMS CO.

| Oil Prevents inserts from overwintering pest. m Munro Interim pastor, Rev. Fred Better Service For Your Grocery and Market


<|f Oil must be applied before cold weather begins .? AtTMrit Ba.tM Cluck Title Problems Groceries GAS-AND Meat OH-Fri

ftuoday School, 9:45: am.; Mom. Official Class Rings
{1j call now for an appointment.Call toe Wort' dp. 11:00: ajn.; rveatn :' Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts Jack and Gladys EJwurts

For A Free Inspection & Estimate Wonfalp, 7:00: p.m.: HM BULOVA WATCHES Title Insurance
j j .:'J ": Prayer Meetm and Bible>1 $tQy, U. S. 301 Sooth Stark
: Starke
-e-J 7:00 p.m. Study oa Book of 142 W. Call St. 158 W. Can Ph. ",,- 8Sl PHONE 914.6313
j1j : FLORIDA PESTCONTROL 1 1j] P ahm. Nathan L. UodUac. Phoae 94.7064
pastor. Zveryoae Welcome.Thhik
.
r 1 1 1N CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, lac.OwMd .

Y About It By Those We Serve la Twelve Northeast Ftorife Ce tU. -H.1.tac O r-.e........ Lhr Better

\js & Chemical Company 1 "M-n how their .
character
In
.... .. north more clearly than by Etectrkdj KTt M HdchU. -PkoM 47t. ni
: "-, 539 EAST CALL ST. PHONE 964.5745 :s:: what they think laughable"_

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to the community was discussed

It1/a. Civitaps Heat by Mr. Rothwell. who also Till" about Tilly had to cancel a promising .
;- family schisms
Canova
NamedAdmMstrator Inter-
that Civitan
ounced
1 Past GovernorOf am daring the Civil War how date the other night
na' onal has adopted the Re- about the lady In the second when it rained. It was the
Fla. DistrictDonald tar ed Children Program as a from kind of evening where she'
louse the corner with
al(
_, nat onal project. Ion In the SDS and a husband didn't dare/ rule taking her
F. Rothwell. past The speaker was accompanied on the faculty hav-dji. Outdoors
Governor of the Florida District to the meeting by HerbertBevl.s. committee? disciplinary_ _. ,,:.: :::::::::::::: .
r5ILL and present State Director of : Lieutenant Governor of
4 4I Of HospitalGeorge Youth Activities was guest Florida Clvitan Area I, of SEE J GLASS

speaker at the Tuesday morn- which the Starke Club is a 'he Paint People'
Ing breakfast meeting of the member. Both officers are .. f: FOR EVERY PURPOSE J
A. Canova was appointed Starke Clvltarx Club. from Gainesville.The .
kr
administrator of the This was a "Seek Meeting"of local club sells Halloween Mirrors

SO-bed by the Bradford County Hospital: the club sinca! the third candy each year and the familiar jJffj 1 FOR EVERY PURPOSE .'
Board of Directors
Tuesday of each month has "trick or treat" bags will
Tuesday night, Sept. 16. !been set aside for the purposaof be on sale in tha near future .-.- _.. 'SHEA'S
Canova 33, had been acting Inviting: visitors as an out- according to Don Hill, club president CENTRAL PAINT'STORES.
administrator since May 1. He growth of plans to Increase Proceeds from all pro '
was employed by the hospitalIn membership of the club. Each jects are used for improvements INC.' : GLASS CO.
December 1968 as accountant 'tnember invites visitors 636 NW. 13lh STREET"GAINESVILLE
on the In the community with s 972-4)15 S72-415S
buslnessmanager end "Seek Mealing": date. emphasis on the Special Edu- 1113 N.W. 4th Plea! ::;
personnel manager. He became The early history of Clvitan cation Program in the school PHONE 378-I2B1 .5'' Gainesville
acting administrator upon the and the importance of the club system Hill said. 111:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::,.:;:: ,>>
r resignation April 30 of E. F.
II :II

Mars Saunders.Canova Hill :Is College a ,graduate Mars Hill of THE DECISION IS NOW'IN YOUR HANDS

N. C. with a degree: account-
Hero A Day Keeps Fire Away ing. He also has bean trainedIn

computer programming and USE IT WISELY
data processing at the Florida
I "Give me my apron and pica stick. I Technical
College in Jackson.
could get at the fire with an extinguisher.:
back to work Hero Frank Collins ville.
gotta get ,
In the meantime, another Telegraph
to Hero Charles Griff, employees of He was formerly employedfor
Mid
genius had called the fire department. On head (
the Telegraph who extinguished: a fire Monday three years at Canova Sincere Thanks
In The Telegraph's delivery wagon. to examine the damage were (1-r) CoUlna, Pharmacy in !Starke, 'operated: : My
Fireman Bobby Lewis Fire Chief "Red" by his father, the late Levy!
Grlffls sustained minor' burns on two
Buford. Claude Crowson and Grlffls. Canova. For four years, :Imme- .t. .
fingers when he opened the hood so Collins To the friends and whose
diately prior to becoming as. '+ many supporters confidence -
mdated with tl"5 hoso'tal h-e.( 1 ,

FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM Canova was an accountant .,.,.. 'I 1 and votes made my First Primary race
win McKen.-son and Robbi..s ., _
:in Jacksonville.! : for City Councilman a success.
alco-1 He is the son of Mrs. Mona
C Canova He is married
; former:! Jcann Furlong and has I humbly ask each voter to join with me in our
two children.

topics f*fli mutual effort to give honest, sincere governmentto
As an old beau of mother

nature's, we'd like to take hera the people of Starke.
By PAUL C. FORAKER bouquet of ragweed and ask

Editor, Information ServicesA her what she had in mind

confirmed alcoholic, with- to drink safely againperiod.There when.she thought. it.up. I will work and strive! at all times for the best interest of all -,
Bowen
HURRICANE out a doubt, requires profes is some difference between We would imagine the first Jimmy I not just a select few.
sional help He cannot go it the early alcoholicorthe rule for an air controller'swife
alone.It "problem drinker"-and the not to ask him how
confirmed The is To those who voted and Mrs. White I have toi answer to except I
WARNING is true that under certain alcoholic. "prob things went at the office to supported no one you
circumstances he be lem drinker" has a much better
can helpedby day. in the 9 I extend running I have the ability and
recovered alcoholics such as opportunity to recover without + September Primary, an am on my own.

FOR TREE OWU(c members of Alcoholics Anony serious consequences than does invitation to join with me in the Second Pricourage to look after your welfare in city af-
confirmed alcoholic. It is at
the
mous. But in most cases he requires
The .....* far tiur.rlcsnn this early or "problem" stage
Is here. professional help. It is [ SMITH PLUMBINGAND miry fairs. Honest enough to state my convictions
Heavy rains I end. too late for him to start cutting that recovery shows the greatest
.. ...... CO.
"jrrlcene' wind SUPPLY
let .f "........ Ho.... .w... don or trying to control his promise. feel that Starke needs working to without fear of consequence.
... hesi a man give
csn prepare by ..111.. drinking. Thus there should be no
| Contracting and repairs |
::J'lll'r: CHICK' o. for UP.. Over and over, the confirmed tancy in calling attention of the Plumbing Fixtures better balance to our City Governing Body.
.. the fact that his
This Inclvdts complete In.PnH. alcoholic will try to prove that'he drinker to
.. or your property without boozing is getting out of hand.It I Water Heaters Pumps I
.. ., can go drinking-or
/ llmei tr.
or that
weak .. lotted. end. rtcom.mtndatiant art. control his drinking-but no one is far better for him to stop Irrigation iron FiltersWale' |
lion. .'I unntcotioff. for the domoat.prl .n- yet has been able to do this. the condition at this stage thanto f '- Softeners YOUR DECISION TO VOTE FOR JIMMY
There I 1s no charfo for thu However, every alcoholic thinkshe wait. When an individual begins
.mkt.. rut your. .inflttnco will be the exception.The to have problems as a result PHONES:
"' 10.hi..'the. t. .ptrt.. carrycomplete > at alcoholic thinks that by of his drinking it is timeto | 964.6023 Or 964-58321

tor. your protection.ml Insurance. sheer of willpower common and sense the he application will be- with discuss him and the encourage matter him openly to (Please make a note of I BOWEN WILL BE A WISE ONE!

INSPECTION able to drink like a normal seek help. our numbers in your|
.V OTIfvUTIS drinker. Each time he fails he One thing for any host to phone book) (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
produces what he thinks is a remember: Never coax someoneto
SAPP'STREE good reason for his failure, and drink who has turned it
he will start again with renewed down. Don't say, "On won't
SURGEONS promises and renewed vigilance. hurt you." Just one drink for a

Phones: 376-1766 But there is no compromise susceptible person could mean
with total abstinence. "The alto.holies disaster for him and his family GM
372.9538I When drink is refused, there .4. ..
only salvation lies in a
!I 2023 N W 6wIdSTREEtGAINESVILLE 'complete abstinence,". say Dr ""should be' no' further\ 'LOll lOA Marvin A. Block in his book asked. It's everyone's privilegeto ...: On the : : .....,. ., ....".0.....f .._
: .. ,
"Alcoholism Its Facets and say "no. 'i
Phases." Once an alcoholic is Alcoholism continues to be a
truly that he will never be able"Isn't real problem here in Florida

.,- _.. and throughout the United move.
;; .
: ''''' ..,.;>....,.. States. One of the jobs of Flori-
:1<-- --'lr da Bureau of Alcoholic Rehabilitation + The Chevrolet'70s.
,
"
: '
it ; 1 -formerly Florida Alcoholic
fun Rehabilitation Program-

is to get factual information regarding -
(to alcoholism to the public.
.; romp on a cozy, Write us anytime for litera

ture. There's no cost. Address
.r '. ... warm floor? your card to FBAR's Informa-

't.t., f-. ........ tion Services, Box 1147, Avon
Park, Fla., 33825.
,
Notice Of Application For Tax
f Dvrdare. ,
; IUt.10 F. 8.
Notice Is Hereby Given, that
Mr. T. J. Alderman the holder
of the follow In* certificates has
filed Raid certificates for a tax
deed to be Issued theieoa. The
certificate numbers and years a*
; w ;: iDHuunce. the ilewrlpUon of the .
k 3 property, and the names in
which: It was assessed are as
:
"cer'ntlcnte 1107. No. 12. Year of Issuance

Description, of Property N
6366 Ft. of BL.K 1* In Lawtey
ir W of It Y.
Name In which assessed Clifton

.. jw f ? All N.of Prevatt.raid property being In
I l4 the County of Bradford state
or Florida.Cnless' .
shall such certificate be redeemed or cer ac Our new one: Monte Carlo
cording to law the property described -
In such certificate or
certificates will be sold to the
A highest bidder at the courthouse
door on the flrot :Monday
rg In month of October 1969,
t- .which Is the 6th day of October. i
U69,
Dated this 21 day of August
<
.. 1969.(SEAM
; .V'1 Chare] ( A. Darby; '
; t Circuit Court of Brad
;: p ClerkCof r, FloridaGLOBETROTTEB 9-4 4t 9.25 4/kE/ '

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Parked Car and the first class will meet
Course In Home Industrial Programs Edwin B. will be taught by Mr. Elliott
from 8:30-9:30: : p.m. with Mrs.
AWARENESS "CAP"
Turlington. Hendry who has been In ornamental
Is StruckTwo RECREATION' NEWS George Loper Instructing BeautificationOffered
WORCESTER. Mass. AP
The course will cover land- horticulture for over 20 ( ) -
PUNT PASS & KICK
At SFJCEven scape design, selection of years. A survey taken by the Roman
vehicles were damagedan -- 0t The annual Punt Pass & plants, soil care fertilization Anyone Interested In the non- Catholic diocese here found that
estimated $1,200 in a collie Kick Contest, sponsored by though you may not watering and maintaining credit course can register on 43 per cent of Catholics in the area
Ford Motors and
,
Terwillegar
ion at 8:40: pm. Friday, the conducted by the Recreation have a green thumb your plantscan plants, pruning, pest control the first night of class or pre- had never heard of the Second
5th. just east of Staike on SR Department, will be held Sat be healthy and your homea and other topics geared to the register !by contacting Mrs. Vatican Council the !1962-'65
100. real showplace simply by us- interests and particular needs Clemenda deCastro at the Col- meeting in Rome whose actions
:
urday. Oct. 11. at the Pratt
Trooper R. W. Pace reported l i it Street Ball Park.Registration ing the proper techniques. of the students- lege's West Center 723 W. have revolutionized Catholic
that Leon Curtis Sullivan of Is under- Santa Fe Junior College Is Guest speakers and visual University Avenue 378-5311. methods and thought.
Starke had parked leis 1962 now offering a "Home Beautification aids as well as practical exper- Ext. 21. "Very startling data" observed
afternoon,
each 3:15-5:39
: :
Dodge just off the pavementand } way, and Maintenance" course ience will be included In the Fee for the course is $3. Bishop Bernard J. Flanagan.
t ta3 p m. at the Pratt Street Center.
was'out. of his car tryingto f f4A All boys ages 8-13 are eligibleto beginning September 30. accordIng course and a question and answer -
catch a horse.A period will be held during
to Director of Trade and
participate. A boy! who Is 7
1967 Chevrolet driven by each class session. Descriptive
LInnie Fogg McCully of Starkehit now but will be eight Jan. 3, brochures and mimeographed SAMPLE BALLOT
Sullivan's car on the right 1970, Is eligible and boys who start basketball the beginlng material will be distributed to
.. will cot be 14 before Jan 3. students. SECOND
side. Mis. McCulley received ... of October. PRIMARY
minor injuries. 1970 are eligible. The meeting will b? held in Held at a 174 acre site locatedIn
Damage to the Dodge was t Following the Contest this the Recreation Department, the 3200 block of N. E. 8th. GENERAL ELECTION
estimated at $200 and to the I year, all the! participants will 7:30: pm. Anyone wishing to Avenue (end of 8th Ave.), the
Chevrolet at 1000. t be honored at a hamburger fry. help form the league are In- course will meet from 7-10 p,m.
UnIver- Starke Bradford County Florida
Sullivan was charged with i' 'FJ'LJ Larry Dupree former vited to attend. each Tuesday for 12 weeks and ,
sity of Florida All-American
parking on the highway.
will he the gu at of !honor at ;. SEPTEMBER: 23, 1969
the event and will present the

awards to the 18 lucky winners. I Rudd Gas Water Heaters N To vote for a person whose name is printed on the bal-
y
Bradford High FLAG FOOTBALL lot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of
Small (Fry and Bantam Flag
PTA To'Meet ( :Football Leagues are now un ;; heats water 3 times faster! the name of the person for whom you desire to vote.

i derway. CHIEF OF POLICE
A "get acquainted" night for t } Any boys ages 7-8.9 and 10-
parents and teachers! Is set by 1 } 11-12 who wish to play flag .A Rivers Of Hot Water At For Two Years Vote for One
the Bradford HIgPTA next t football may still register at

Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 8 p.m. the Pratt Street Center. LOW LOW COST
In the BHS cafeteria, accord. trr/7. The Recreation Depart KENNETH FUQUA
Ing to B. L. Moxley Jr., presi- ment would appreciate any ,

dent. adults who would like to ihelp Pay For It From Your I, WILLIAM: F. (BILL) ROSSER '
All parents are urged to attend In our football programs either -
he said. Small Fry or Bantam to come Utility: SavingsPURCHASED : I l--.l I
to the Pratt Street Ball Parkor
contact tae Recreation De : FOR
partment.The COUNCILMANFor

Small Fry will practice $2.00 Per Monthon Group 4
their games on Monday and
Wednesday afternoons while For Two Years Vote for One
Economical Slade Gas
The Sophisticates, John Mallette and Anita Newman, the Bantam boys will practiceand
professional dance!' 'Instructor. will play their games on CALL NOW JIMMY BOWEN n
Tuesday and Thursday after- I

BALL ROOM DANCING by plea of "I can't dance" ct noons. SLADE GAS 332 MADISON :
INSTRUCTIONS BVPROFESSIONALS now be remedied.Rememberclass. MEN'S BASKETBALL PHONE 964-7701 GERALD L. WILLIAMS I i
AskCharlel There will be a meeting '
starts Mon-
A course In Ball Room Danc- day, sept. 22, 8 p.m., Pratt Thursday night, Sept. 25, to 'I U.
if enough men want to
ing will be offered by the Street Center see
Starke Recreation Departmentfor CERAMIC INSTRUCTIONAL
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E. interested couples of all COURSE TO BE
ages. OFFERED TO GIRLS
JohnsAbopt John MaDette and Anita !The Starke Recreation' Department .
Newman, professionally knownas will conduct a 6-8
The Sophisticates! from week instructional class In be-
This Question: Jacksonville, will Instruct the ginning ceramics.The .
eight week will :be ..
course which will program open
I've known of stolen
guns be held at the Pratt Street only to girls ages 10-years-old Introducing .
from the car or shock, Center each Monday evening. and up. Covered In the class
guns accidentally droppedin 8-9 p.m. will be 3 basic t techniques of
the lake, damaged against Dances to be taught Include ceramics: ((1)) stains, ((2)) un-
a rock, or burnedup Fox Trot, Swing Waltz Cha. derglazes ((3)) glazes.

in a fire. Can I get insurance Cha, Rhumba, Tango Samba. The class which will meetat
on my guns and Bossa Nova, and others. the Recreation Department
equipment against any There will be a fee of $40 per (Old Armory) on Tuesday and the 1970 Buicks.
kind of loss or damage? couple for the eight weeks of Thursday afternoons. 3:30-:
Instruction and a minimum of 5:30: p,m., Sept. 30 will be free

Charley E. ten couples must enroll for of fees.
the classes which will begin
FALL CERAMICS
Monday. Sept. 22. Lessons in
JOHNS AGENCY a regular dance studio would PROGRAM BEGINSSEPTEMBER Three of 36 great new Buicks.

carry a fee of $18 per hour. 22 Three of the finest Buicks ever.
131 So. Walnut St. Ladles and Girls, this is Fall session of the Starke Built with all the care and craftsmanship possible.

Phone 964.5070 your opportunity to eliminate Recreation ramic Program Department's will begin Ce- Built with product integrity,
your man's excuse for not tak-
Monday Sept. 22. Right down to the fine details.
ing you dancing.The old stands Two weekly sessions will bit As a few of these fine details will prove.

5................. 7.10 held,p.m.a Monday, and a evening Wednesday class. Every 1970 Buick has a new cooling system thaf sho'ufd never elJerlvertlMt. Every 1970 3oick"equipped; --....... .. .

SEE US FOR morning session, 9am.Noon.. with a V8 engine has an exclusive carburetor time modulated choke control. It will make for easy "(

The program will be held In starts in any weather Every 1970 Buick is equipped with fiberglass belted tires as standard '\

the Recreation Dept. (Old Arm- equipment. Every 1970 LeSabre,Wildcat, Estate Wagon Electra 225 and Riviera has ,

ory.) an exclusive suspension system called AccuDnve Never has handling been

: $ EXTRA CASH $ 4 LADIES FITNESS PHYSICAL CLASS easier. All the 1970 Buicks have the look that makes people look twice.

Beginning Thursday
even.
. ky! ,, ':: Don't let a lack of money ing. Oct. 2, a 10-week ladies No wonder Buick owners will keep on buying Buicks. Buicks are automobiles you can believe in,

. exercise class will be offered.
worry you. If it's for a The class will ba free of any

:/r v'; p /"l7 worthwhile purpose, we'll 4Bl Thursday fees and evening will be at held the Pratt each

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$ (The third In a series by Telegraph publsher E. I 1.:

f:+ might But for have the bumped grace of Into Cod the I Matthew. describing a memorable' trip to Roosevelt Roads*, about the island's economy, I Related] To Cigarette Smoking

King and Queen of England Puerto Rico, with Marine Attack Squadron 142, from Jacksonville asked a sunburned beach- ,

stay In Puerto Rico. NAS. comber-type; character sitting: Martha Sue McCatit;
during my JJy
at the bar "What is the
the chain of cir- : main .* Death rates due to diseases '
Fortunately, occupation of Vieques?" County Extension the baldder, mouth and pharynx

[brought cumstances this that about would never came have I "Now. In He turned his bleary eyes In Home Economics Agent related rose considerably to cigarette during smoking the the,Certain esophagi,specified; : ": "! (the fo>xl pipe).

direction and said "Drinking. non-coronary
to pass. gathewwater.* my." past decade ace jrdtiig to stitIsttcs cerebrovascular disease are

1 It Is not generally known, but for a week or longer. released by the Division also, believed having
Having time for lunch before EGGS EGGS EGGS erator as a relationship -
'
of Health to the
( of successor
during the darkest days o them in the humidifier com- to cigarette smoking.
the Put
ferry left for Its return Eggs and foods rich in egg'sneed
";
State Board of Health.
o
n it looked
when
r World War o in moisture-re Death: rates f>r all of: these
partment or a "
I
Britain fall oe trip, found a little restaurant special care In the home. The state health agency said if
If Great might
r. as to Hitler, there was a master and() dived sumptouslY on Lobster When you bring eggs home you stat ant container,with such small as a tobacco: smoking was wUnlnatel : during diseases the past rose decade.considerably
Asapao, Conch salad, should put them In the refriger- polyethylene bag of
t plan to convert Roosevelt Roads :! the life expectancy many
3 'r1 bread butter bottle of Ger- holes for ventilation. For longer The Division of Health reported -
Into a haven for the British a ator promptly. Refrigerate leftover people would increase substan-
cellar or that from 35 to
'; fleet Quarters were also read- man brew, Papaya Con Queso egg yolks or whites in storage you need a tially and death rates from some persons
64
(preserved with native barn with a hay loft or a pit years of age experienced a
papaya a
ied there for the Royal FamilyIn a covered container and use diseases would be lower.
white cheese) and two of with straw-and a temp- higher death rate! from luagiiul!
cups lined is the disease
two. cancer
they had to flee En- within a day or Always Lung
case ,
larynx cancer: *, unco) it:': V>nchitls
coffee all for less than $5 of about 31 degrees -
., gland. !hold, uncooked foods containingeggs erature that has been wiv>*t publicized
'J. During a tour of the base, I including a large hunk of cheese in the refrigerator. Refrigerate from fall until early spring. If for Its link with cigarette! smoking recorded and for emphysema all combined than was,
ages
t was shown the large white to bring home. cream custard or merin- you don't have such storage >. Florida rates from this
The return trip on the ferry 31 degree wnereas tins age group has a
tS find sharing a
r frame residence, atop a hill gue pies and foods with custard you may disease nearly doubled from below average death rate for
was even livelier than the ride house or apartment witha the 1958 of 22.1 100-
with a beautiful view of surrounding fillings including cakes, cream rate per practically all other causes of
i that morning. Several teenage 'bunch of apples ratter unrewarding 000 to the 1968 rite
mountains and sea, puffs or eclairs. Do not allowto population death. The health agency said.:!
and boys were aboard, on their way Better use them up for 43:' In 1958 there
o that was built for the King .stand at room temperaturesafter of 3. were that a drastic change in smok-
to play baseball in Caguas. It
Queen if they had to seek re- fa- they cool slightly. If you pies cakes breads salads! PJaasauces. 1,008 deaths from lung cancer ing habits could reverse this
that baseball is the
seems
It Is now being used as For a bulletin with doz- In Florida; therE were 2,687
fuge.
vorite of Puerto Rico carry foods of this type on summer trend of premature deaths at
an officers club! sport outings keep them in 6 ens of apple! recipes, call our deaths in 1968. nldd'o' i;* when individuals
be more
On second day at "RosyI and there are said to at 9646554. During the past 10 year,
my them. office
baseball fans mile cooler until you serve should be functioning at their
I was booked to ride in a Navy per square for DID YOU KNOW? bronchopulmonlc diseases,
Follow the same precaution fullest potential.The .
on the island than any other part
'{ helicopter assigned to take pictures salads and :sandwiches made Food poisoning ranks second mainly chronic bronchitis and mortality rates'!! from
,t:,f of a re-fueling operationon of the world. with salad dressings containingeggs only to tha common cold as the emphysema, adva'ued more these diseases would be mark-

f Vleoues (voe-A-kez). a neighboring in With them native(from rhythm their that Indian Is born- or milk products and little most frequent cause of illness npidly Itt:: > aiv other cause of edly reduced if a way could I befwnd

Island containing a other acids. If you'renot In this country. Food scientistsof death. The combined death *.> a' nt.1Iteln: '11'>!' o:
and whatv or
J small Marine base, used for Spanish Negro stick to the U. S. Department of Agri- rate jumped 172 per cent, from cigarette srn.>k1: '}r to remove -
valve assembly loop. non-native In the little town. have-you hertiage) the boys, the cautious type\ in
8.3 100,000 I
amphibious
J training and per persons
Navy re-
food poisoning the carcinogenic element
culture say
Never having been able to Every village in Puerto Rico butter sandwiches.
"Jardines peanut
fuel storage facilities who had deVieques"printed 1958 to 22.6 in 1968. The
follow printed directions, I just is built around a square, or their sweatshirts APPLE-RED CHEEKS AND sults most frequently from carelessness from cigarettes. Many studies !
tj} Before boarding the "chopper" on number i" Jsatns r"i'J" rtytn dead
decided to sit back and relax,. plaza, with a church or chapelon FROST-BITTEN NOSE in handling, preparingand have demonstrated that
all the keeping
each man was given a life sang way over, to 374 to 1,403.Emphysama.
food. One way rates from smoking-related
and hope that those hungry one side, and city hall the difference !storing
j jacket and after Inside on the beat by striking pocKet Do you know and chronic
9 climbing ,
the) aircraft, a member of the sharks never had to be repel- the other. Isabel was no exception combs on empty beer cans, and between a Rome Beauty and a keep food( safe\ Is to thoroughly: bronchitis are serious lung causes irs lower (a.njw nivi-
and the little church, clean all dishes, utensils and smokers :and the life expectancj
1 crewstarbed8fvinginstructionawhat led.It pounding a leather suitcase. Northerner Spy? They're two disease'!! that impair the abilIty ;)
beautiful ride with huge brightly colored' surfaces with soap and is increased substantially by the
to do in case of emer- was a over The result sounded much of the! ten varieties of apples work to breathe. Chronic bron-
y, gency. the little island, and its one paper flowers on the altar, like any calypso band you that appear in stores in the water after each us:!. You can chial is caused by irritation, discontinuing of smoking.
and only town, Isabel Secundi, had the imposing name"Car- hear In Caribbean night them destroy bacteria on utensils The "cures" for most of the
"If we go down in the water,! might a fall.i You can eat raw- inflammation and eventual obstruction -
looked I ta Del Parroco Todos rinsing disease related to smoking: araexprosiol :
inviting. determinedthen Los
pull your. That was all a club. cook them-bake tham-or store and work surfaces by of the broncial tubes
I heard. About that time the to go back the next day-- Catolicos de Vieques." Incidentally, if you see a man for< several weeks or even them with chlorine laundry: leading to the lungs. Emphy- of .i idJii:' >ii' yews

> chopper started roaring so loudI but by ferry boat instead of On the next corner was a in shorts In this part of the months. Store only perfect ap- bleach diluted In water in the sema destroys the elasticity of survival nJ: ; i j'11pr'vedhealth.

|i never learned what to do if helicopter.The building with a sign over the world, you can mark him down pls. Use those with bruises proportion recommended on the the air sacs: of the luna-t;: t'1311- victims Unfortunately with the prognosis for
' we dunked in the ferry makes one round door, "Comite Partido Popular as a tourista. The natives bleach package. Rinsing with ) smoking related
as
ii briny deep. cons. breaks or decayed spots se .res.!! disease *
"
: I trip to Vieques every day, heaving l "Democratico, which I gatheredwas sider shorts (at bleach Is especially Cancer of which w j e'ni irate to smokn's
by started to yell that wecouldn't from the port at Fajardo the hangout of some kind least! for men) soon as possible.If chlorine the larynx, not rnuc'i' 'r.; per than I 1" was
afford to go down at in poor taste. you have some slightly un important for cutting boards contains the vocal cords. Is in
the
about 9 and in of Democratic and I past.
a.m. returning party, wanted '
oj l j sea because the nice nurse at Next store meat grinders blenders and also directly related to smok-
the late afternoon. to go in and make myself at week: all about things to derripe apple, you can The Division of Health, which
1 if:1 J the Bradford County Health Department This is strictly a non-tourist home --- but unfortunately the eat in Puerto Rico, including them for two weeks or less in can openers. How long has it ing. While not a major cause is a meber of the multi-agency

I-, had told me not to operation, the ferry being run place was closed. Apparently, squid (a cephalopod with ten a cool place to ripen at 60 to been since you cleaned the cut- of death, data 'from the past 11 Florida Committee of Smokt v*
get my smallpox vaccinationwet muscular tentacles and ripe enoughto ters on your electric can years show a 27 per cant: Increase and Health
for convenience of the natives, between elections. a long, 70 degrees. Apples said it is essential
I but better judgement told since it is the only means of The little movie house featured slender body) Ugh! eat will keep in your refrlg- opener? in the death rate from that the public: rec.: .;.>:l33 tie
me to keep quiet. No one could 1.5 to 1.9 for each 101):),')'))0 pop
I have heard me getting on and off Vieques. signs proclaiming ulation. dangers related to smoking

, ( As the helicopter anyway! lifted from The hour and a half ride from "Romeo & Juliet" and "Where Farmers CautionedTo .. ten days leave with their parents Other diseases which prob- and the great importance oj
the Fajardo to Isabel was a real Angels Go." America movies, nine weeks of regular medical examination Ir
airstrip and headed out over ASC after completing \ably related to the componentsof
, the water I stole a glance at the treat with the mountainous with Spanish sound tracks and Certify NEWS ABOUTSERVICE basic training at the U. S. tobacco smoke are coronary early diagnosis and treatmentof

, j little pockets around my life coastline of Puerto Rico fadingin English subtitles, are every- Ballot EnvelopesThe Coast Guard Training Center, heart disease and cancers of these dl seases.
( the distance and the hills of where it and far the
I jacket. They weren't designed seems, by Cape May, N. J.
' i to cheer a fellow up. Vieques looming ahead. The most popular entertainment on election of the ASC coun- Black will now report to Boston

'I/J j One pocket was labelled water is rough enough to offera the Islands. ty committee for farm (pro. MEN for reassignment, and Par- Investigate 'Distributorships'Before I
'i bit of excitement and I was Everything on Vieques was
"Shark to Portsmouth 'I
Repellent, and another gram administration in Bradford rish will report '
said told that it is not uncommonfor just about half what it would ,_ .I 6 '
"Dye Marker" (for color- the coming
County for Your Cash
ing the water so rescue planescan passengers to get a little cost In San Juan. A little bar announced today by Va.Both Black and Parrish are Investing
seasick in that brief featured year was
even time. Rum
cola for 40 of Bradford
spot you better). A third 1969 graduates
iLeaton Morgan, Jr., current
'/ contained flare signals, and Isabel Secundi was refreshingafter cents, while the going rate in High School. "One appealing offer which amid will build with the levels
the SJ : Chairman Agricultural Stabilization r.
{? there were such technical instructions tourist crowded was anywhere from $1 to frequently entices Florida consumers Including persons in this num-
streets of San Juan. As far and Conservation
as "Oral inflation $1.50. Is the "get Hell quick" ber: 1 (the original), 5, 25, 625
an I could see, I was the only Trying to find out a little County Committee. The elections I Patterson of "
I Jimmie E. son ,appeal of distributorships and so on as the levels grow.
are held during the third Mr. and Mrs. James L. Pat- ]Robert J. Bishop director of Bishop vsaid.

week of September in all agricultural terson of Route 2, Starke, was the Division of Consumer Services "The first few people to buy

counties. throughout promoted to Army specialist-5 advises. into the scheme may actually
Our editorial. the Nation in order to increase while serving as an aircraft Bishop reports that companies make some money," Bishop
of this impor- mechanic in Co. C, 15th
the awareness using! this approach offer said "giving the company some
tant farm-piogram function of Trnsportation Bn. of the 1st fabulous money-making opport- people who can be used for ad-

eligible voters. Cavalry Division (Airmobile unities. "However, these com vertising purposes However,

OPINION Thjj ifarmar-commllttiee\ Vietnam. panies make their money pri- the new customer really does

tern Is a unique means of administering marily by selling positions. Instead not know where he stands in

national agricultural Radarman Third Class Michael of selling products" he the chain and what his chancesof

programs and policies. L. Castlen' USN, son oi said. making money are."
The ASC county committee administers Mrs. Leroy Stokes of Brooker "This type of scheme 'allows"the

:tins< price 6'upport' is serving aboard the aircraft purchaser of ft distributor Bishop reports Floridians

acreage diversion agricultural carrier USS!) Kearsarge.The ship to sell distributorships! to have lost thousands of dollirs

Football Time Again! conservation, and other farm- Kearsage is scheduled to other persons and receive a to such schemes. He offered five

action programs In the county return to the U. S. in earlY percentage profit on: each sale. precautions the consumer

and Is particularly responsiblefor September following a five To be successful the scheme should take before investing !in

tosijping U'13 !public informed Airman Curtis R. Lowery, month deployment In the Western requires the pnrt'clpation' of similar offers: ((1)) Be sure the

about the programs. ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Pacific with the U. S. Sev- more and more people until the product, not the distributorship

The county committee also supervises i bowery of Kt 1, Starke, has enth Fleet. Tho ship served as saturation point Is reached and Is the selling point; ((2)) Examine -

,,the ASCS county office
through which tins administration Lackland AFB, Texas. in the Southeast Asian: he pointed out. ((3)) Check to see If franchisesare
We spent an hour and a half Tues- lends to the coming fall. The players of the various programs is He has been assigned to Chan- waters. "Another name for this system truly exclusive or limited;

day night in the Bradford High School will be honed, physically and mentally !- handled The local County Office uate AFB, III., for trainingin The Kearsarge is returning ," Bishop said "is a pyramid ((4)) Know the reputation of the

Field House. There was a special at- to the highest degree possible toward Manager Warren Carver the aircraft equipment main from its last cruise as it is or a chain letter. It H' gIven person and the company mak-

mosphere with the last few players winning.It Is. responsible. for the day-to< tenance field.Airman scheduled for deactivationwhen this name because of the ing the offer; ((5)) Read befol'esigning
Lowery is a grad- follows. As an anything and ((6)) Question
it
day operations of the county it arrives at its progression
homeport
phoning for rides home with the sky
uate of Bradford High School. example assume one person a plan which sounds "too
office. In Long Beach. Calif.
darkening outside the
and coaches "
sprawled out in various places is a special time of the year we Voting will be by mall the The Kearsarge was commissioned started such a system and limited !rood
plotting five original
always look forward to. The bands chairman explained ,and ballot in New York City in himself to Just
plays and defenses.
In conclusion added
will play and the cheerleaders will be are being; sent to each known 1946. distributors. Bishop
"Next he tells these five persons that his office can be contactedfor
excited and look eligible voter. In, case an eli
pretty. But the
foot- each sell five writing
they may consumer problems by -
The first game, always a big one ball game, though it is just a game, gible voter fails to receive. distributorships, and they may to Commissioner Doyle

because you finally get to measure will be deadly serious business. Therewill ballot should through contact the the ASCS mall coun-he Social Security allow each new buyer to do the Conner or to Bishop at the D-

yourself in real competition, was just be no satisfaction at all in losing. ty office. Generally, a farm QuestionsThe same. partment of Agriculture and

one real day's practice away. They don't teach losing at Bradford owner, tenant, or sharecropper "Thus an endless chain is Consumer Services, Tallahassee -
High. started and theoretically a pyr- Fla. 32304.
Is eligible to vote if he is ellgl-

IbLe to take part In one or more following questions and

Nowhere else in Bradford Countycan of the programs administered, ... \ answers about social securitywere ,l y""". .... .
you find that special atmosphere. Fans watching closely this fall will It 'by the ASC committee Elig.bUl- .. I complied for The Telegraph -

The prospect of the first competition as usual, see that fighting Tornado ty to vote or to hold office as a by William Fisher field

lent even more zip to that pigskin en- Spirit displayed. Each boy who staysout committeeman is not restricted of representative.those most often They are asked some by

vironment. and goes through the season will 'by reason of race, color, sex, \ .... people in this area.

feel it, whether a starter or not, and creed or national origin. \ ?

he'll be a better man for it. Envelopes containing marked Q. I am sick at home and v.tt'.

Watching the X's and O's go on the ballots may be mailed or returned have been for thepast 6 months.

black board to represent each playerand to the ASCS county office mild However, the compnay worked

hearing each block planned and That's what football here is all a- anytime before September for before I became disabledhas i

each defense discussed to the last detail bout. It's fierce and competitive and 19. Ballots will be tabulated continued to pay me my full

you knew without having to look deadly serious.A publicly 'by the incumbent coun- salary. Will getting my salary

further that BHS coaches were deadly ty committee at Eradiord Sgt. Gary R. Bement, son 01 keep security me disability from receiving checks social? Ga $ S 1110
County ASCS office on Septem-
serious. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. BementJr.,
good part of Iber 23, at 9 a.m. The public is _
Bradford County of Starke.!' has been recognizedfor A. No.. You are considered
will follow the Tornadoes this Friday 1 Invited: to witness the vote helping his unit earn the! disabled: for social security

Our Tornado football team will take and for the next nine games. It's justa counting. Aerospace'Defense Command' purposes if you are not able to

the field in Macclenny this Friday with game, but it must say something Following is the .slate of no- "A" Award. He is a computer work in substantial gainful act- flv T.vnn Hamilton of Southern Marine
the ASC committee
the color and excitement about our way of life. minees for operator In the IstFighterWingat ivity. Since you are not doing
__ always election: W. p, Andrews L. Selfridge AFB, Michigan.The .1 actual work for the HITS OF WISDOM An oiil1.xi.ml iiioioi nliidi ""1"?"'
any com-
L,. Dyal N. G. Hayes, Sr.. Earl wing was cited for meritorious -' these I FUll OrilKMIUlFHS' ) o; iillciitfioiliU m.i) lie MilltmiK,/ ) limn

P. Jones Carl Prevatt Willis! service during the past earnings pany to earn will not your keep salary you from II ton Ill all "iill>"i.iil( ',".''III'g' .illl 1"1'1"1'" ,| | l flltl IIHMlltl, lUUHHfsp.llk

S. Sherwood. Rex K. Smith. year.A getting social security checksas uilliusi.isiinill" I In inlnoli'l in '" |plug). a" I.udty l.lll'IIKI',
lllC'Sf llll III IMlllllll.lllllllMi adjntuu'
graduate of BUS, Sgt. Be- iKMlllIJi |
The Bradford Albert Tyson Sr. well. > >liil( h I llit I Itiintiilc, .\tNt ( Illlk.. all, lIllLC
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County St. Johns River
ment amended
.
Questions on eligibility to Q. I have been receiving retirement -
.-- !Sc ',
it n c
Junior
{ College and Valdosta
I hold ; checks from social sliolllil ,
TELEGRAPH vote and to office or on I Mix lio.lllil.nl 1.11 Itllnst
L' fr sw JK..;-,,llJli' the election, procedure will be Ga. State College. security since I was age 62. All OlllljIMnl MIIlI'M ,.ll..Mllll 1 III ,i"\\."",',, Kith linn uliinotiIn

ESTABLISHED 1879 ( determined by the ASC county I will soon be 65. Do I haveto lIIaldcl( lo the sni| ilit.iimiiH, ul l the' I lc.itis tic <1 l"ilIlllt "1.'
.. ::1 committee subject to appeal Freeman Register m, of sign up again in order to have bunt ion |I'lllllll.lM' ', I Ml,* brat i ialcel" is I nil hide .1 Iii'I aid; ( .kll. !IIlIcl, l
ASS Starke, has been commissioneda I Medicare benefits? ", l"l, III.IXIIIIUIII' 1"1"1") "I Ilii .1 lard kil UHII.IIIIIIIK Hi'1' >fait>
fr.m ; to the ASC Stats Committee. 2nd Lieutenant in the U. S. lit 11I.11.111.1111I11" lieu' ".11 \,''\li.i, sp.nK'" plug| l (% and |plug

dJtaBible Army infantry) upon comple- A. Yes, but only for Part B \, ii 1(1'11I..11. I net, i.| 1"' ,,1" "' Ultlltll., : 'pair| |>l"iHlltl.| ",: Mltttlllltl. '
MlMila Inn I'llll-.; tats tuner, ;and lllltfIIIIIH
dost mil ;
Gene LongAppointed "'l 11-11 ii iniiloi In oiiI
He has put eternity into tion of 23 weeks of Officercandidate of the Insurance part of Medi- and l
tlLCIiui.in
I Iniii.ixiiiiuiii I.HIIIK,' lout' ill-.ill'i ; tape'| : toiii
ESS mind.-Eccles. 3:11)). School at Fort. Ben- care. You will automatically ,
(
man's manual.Ihec.hi
FLORIDA To j is tour ('I'M" guide; ill' the' "'"I"'" immi'i
We in reality slaves of ning, Ga.During. become eligible for Part A, or Ol tie |>ll>l>ll, IIIOIUI' I ,\\;offalanielolledup' I |
TONE are Chamber Board his training, Lt. RegIster the doctor bill part. You do in a |package"' ')( and ,",,\\1'01 under, ;.1 I
ASSQ time. Sometimes we wastehours was taught military sub- not need to contact the social People| Mom' l.ikiMlilMiiK,,, I ( a lwl.is cat in,r lapid In the nuii\\.ilc( I llxt

and days yet fret, and Gene Long, Bradford tax assessor jects such as leadership, mapreading security office to sign up, as siiiouslv ,in llut 1111 l dating( .1 in.it ntltuil '''"lIe s.iln, ;out' tluitltt|" .. I

feel hounded and pressured by> has been appointed to offensive and defen- you will receive a card in the (,11. JIll hula"' omen' lit.I,...' tae III.in lilt tiniiuiMitil. .' IHI.IIU'

the loss of even a few minutes.Yet the Board of Governors of the sive tactics, communications, mail about 2 months before i.mini, hate II'I.d|( 'lOiioiiMl'ilHioIII f
til Illlllll ..HillliiiikilliiHik "I'lcMMIIC lllhllllKII ;.llf' lie.'"ii\ III
and birthday. The card has Ill-Ill L peat
God has given man eternity. Bradford County Chamber of weaponry.He your
and .. .. lollim lliew MIIWlions ; 1111111,1.1111" / ..ilianl' "In'IIIK( 11I1(1'cl}; l ".is ..1.Itgnduautunurut
L. MATTHEWS, KdlUr-PuMMwr is a 1968 graduate of the only one question is prob-
Man has thisgift Commerce.He ,. ,
splintered ,
; "Knot' late and\ l"<>il' "'1(111.( ( | ; U.HII |pnilutinn.
Published each Thiuntday' aad entered ..... will serve out the unex- University of Florida. ably the simplest governmentform | hl'lil'H'' ,
M into minutes, hours, days, linns' 'for u'| Clan Matter at Uw Pest Office al Stofte.uafer n.wa months and years. Althoughwe pired term of Dr. T. G. Ritch ever used. It states: ul' a lm.il, ninloi .mil 1 li.nlii. ,liana ., ;.llf 11 Illl III III. llllllMIt, ..MillIII ,
who resigned when he moved Do you wish to enroll for Supplementary anil r..II..I1111 "Ic.r' lit toad as ililllllit 'lll.ll 1"l'i"g| |
Act f March 3rd. am.la live in the eternal now, participate Wayne Black, son of Mr. and 1 Medical Insurance? ,. <..lIdlllI..le .
to Jacksonville.Longs l.iul ilnun lit lln t ( I'.ist; I Illl' I tllilllill' :\" \" Slltlll IfiiiiiuU
eebserptlon! td. area 1 year .....; O UM* in today to the full.Then his practice Mrs. Robert L. Black of New YES:; NO. \ ;and loial olliu.ils/ ,, :M.im.am, : Iiii.iliiu ii hell, all u.iltiu.itt.III

trade area 1 year, $&!. you will remain a vital commendation appointment of the was Chamber a re- River, and Larry Parrish, son The card should be checked tour rig in B'Mnl; opiuiliiiK. lomli, I Illlllll; Mill one) lit 'llllllll|', Ntt" '
part of the present. of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Par- Yes or No, signed end returned dun IMlll tough| | llllllllltllt: | | llllO.llllat ; but .lUo ,li\ ullltf lilt nnidtlale, ,
nominating committee. rish of Route 1, Brooker, spent in the envelope provided. ; all tmif IMI.IUI, aha, !, relit' .1 lillilli.ix, .
and list: It.

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By EB.B NW'lL 1 savF q --=./ -: .-.''.<<-, >. \.
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,.. r- g FINE ABTREPRODUCTIONS ,-- -- t I ;; '
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The lAwtey Primary PTA "OUpOn "
will have their first meeting of "ee
this term on Tuesday.,8e\ $. 23.at 1st \8.24 ,
8 p.m. In the ewtetotiuia. Ukk Fe VALID ONLY Sept .
We Invite everyone especially I t
parents and friends that can 139 B 0 :,
the world's
help with the KaUowween Cal'ninl. Masterpieces by greatest F .
The spec a1 business of artists can now enhance your own home! Choose { r 20" PWJSMW

tills meeting will be to plan the from among tho most famous paintings I of all time! r 4 ONE 16IT a1h", Nel '.
1
carnival and we hope there mug!
N :
",will be a !good attendance. 1/ "\"..y pltAlss,LItARDNEI'S COUpe,.pER F AMILY t)
\ ,"IS CoupON 99cV60Up" "
CHURCH ACTIVITIES LUPYdLd Additional prints availableSAVE I ,rf
o
Grace United M-ethodist-Sun., ::; ,, 4n jj;
day School 9:45: a.m.. Worship .... 'OH M
cervices 11 a.m. and 7:38: p.m., Get other magnificent fine art ': ;; -r .::r ':;' '''''''''
'' :F"1MOD :
:MYP 6 p.m. Choir practice' reproductions-at a fraction of SOX
Wednesday 7 p.m. .)
STOR their normal retail value. I
First Baptist Sunday School
9:43: a.m.. Worship services 11
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Training Quantity Rights Re54rved..Pjces Good All Week Thurs. thru Wed.. Seat 18. 24SUNNYLAND
Union 6:30: p.m.. Midweek ser- WINN DICIC.role.. INC.Co.re.Nr_ ....
vices Wednesday 7 p.m.
Church:: of God-Sunday School
10 a.m.. Worship services 11 TENDER SMOKEDHants
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., YPffi
Thursday 7:30: p.m. i iT
Highland :Baptist SundaySchool
9:45: a.m.. Worship services -
11 a.m. and 7:39: p.m.. S/flllflt
Choir practice 6:30: ll .m. Prayer H411c
meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednes
day. ,. tillrele

PERSONALS g

Friends of the family of
Mrs. Weltha Milliard regret ta
learn of her death' on Wednesday ? LB.
of last week. Sympathy la --. ,....- tI'1HAM STAMPS WITH THIS
extended to the family. W"- AND COUPON BELOW
We regret to note that Mr*.
B. E. Reddlsh'a sister Mrs.

seriously Jim Benton ill In of Macclenny MaceLenny.Hos Is ....YIA- -_.... 01 WHIII REGULAR 6-... KRAFTS NATURAL MOZZARELLA ...YIA_ _......
'
pital. They have the best wishes SLI. BACON. 19 SLI. CHEESE..49* _
of their friends. W-D BRAND USDA ...
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns "CHOICE" ROUNDSTEAK USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID FLA. GRADE "A" WHOLE \ ,.
wick. Ga. spent the weekendat OR SIRLOIN' 13-om. SUPERBRAND Individually 1

:Mr.her.and home Mrs.here.R. W. Sapp of I \ STEAK. .. .. -.$1.29USDA CHEESE r"69''
/ FRYERS
'I
Jacksonville spent Sunday f \
with Mrs. A. C. Pearee. CHOICE' W-D CO..OO..UOO..CO SUPIRBRAND COTTAGE
:Mr. and Mrs. Mule Reddish CHEESE..2 < .
STEAK..LB' $ 1.59 69
and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Me-
Clellan spent ,Sunday with Mr 09 ;: 1 .
and Mrs. Rome McOeHaa In USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FID SHOULDER 2-1/4 Ib. W-D BRAND OROUND ALL

Jessup tending Ga.Die house They warming enjoyed at-In I ROAST. . .. LB.89* GR. CHUCK $2.19 I 14lW :-

the new home Jtwt completed.' USDA CHOICE W-D CORN FED CALIFORNIA W-D BRAND LIAN OROUND

Vernon to visit Duck hl arrived parents.Thursday Mr.. \ I ROAST. . .L8. 99. BEEF. ... 3 Las' $1.79 1 LB. I
and Mrs. T. V. Duck. His fiancee
of I FRESH QUARTER LOIN SLICED W-D BRAND LEAN AROUND...Plu 1
I Miss Eerie! Ogletree LB. I
Phoenix City Ala. was here togo PORK CHOPS .79* BEEF 5 Las' $2.89M
with the family' to meet him i .
.at the airport. They went to
Phoenix oa Saturday. Vernon

has a been year stationed and has la now Vietnamfor been .-. ...: ..._ I

transferred to Miami. Their 11 ASTOR ALL GRINDS *
ell
wedding has been! aUloll .
.for Saturday. Sept 27. GOLD MEDAL m GIANT DRIVE
:Mrs. R. E. Lee attended .11'11 .

.Postmasters Miss on Thursday Elizabeth meeting of Tenry last week.at.spent Perry t FLOUR II'\I.! ''i'I.IDFEEE\' : :; rJ etergent%

from Thursday te.Saturday I I, a ,
with Mrs. C. E. Strickland In I limit with $5.00 or mar purchai. excluding cigarette HI lIN 1, .1. ,\.j' I i \ ft'' \ r'f !- I I (J.
Gainesville. Ip Limit. I with $5.00 or more purchase excluding' cigarettes.4S0 G. B
Mrs. Edward Roberts and' U ARROW t

Roberts mother-in-law.of Miami Mrs.were Flora In = = ,, TM Detergent =

Pine Knot Ky. far tWit weeks t
due to Illness In the family.! 5
49c
After they returned: ea .Friday II -ii--
Mrs. Roberts retamlB tit her I ,
home In Miami was seriously GIANT
Injured In a wreek and Is in 4- L BOX _
.
Lake
a critical condition In a LB. BAG -LB..
Wales hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts of Lawtey, visited her t CAN Limit 1 of your choic with $5.00 or morpurchai ,
and Mrs. Beulah Normaa and 'r excluding cigar.n.s-
daughter Mrs. Jerry Rondez.
are In Miami te be sear her. ar
-a- -
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams -
*. ASTOR..."..1 cooking' ail of choice .
and son. Hal ef Wellborn, and eKCOOklNG" STRAIN BEECHNUT '

Mr.:itig merlin Mr.and of and Mrs.Lake Mrs.City George H. W.were Prieston Sum-via- CARNATION EVAPORATED --"t OI il-69' BABY FOOD .. ...9'' t- KRAFT"t I

Sunday. 4>-es. COOKINO..LImll 1 cooking oil choice Carton ALL BRANDS
Mrs. B. E. Reddish has returned MILK I : $3.59' I
where she from Kings spent two Port weeks Tenn. t WESSOaNatOILg..19'... CIGARETTES Mayo

with her granddaughter! Mrs. 'I 1.1/2 lb. DIXIE DARLINO BUTTERMILK 'i "PJSJKL W I

Jim Coleman Season and Phillips Mr. of:Benson.Mac- I BREAD.,. 2/49* CATSUP..5/$1. i Mfg Quart;;Jar o I

clenny visited Mrs. O. J. Phillips

Jack during Wainwright the week.Jr. has returned 7 U 'DRINKS( Flavori::: 6/l. D..KRAFT i.2/39': X

to \his! home "In Way I I' 390 'I
cross Ga. after several week ADULT PIPSODINT. Half Oal. BLEACH

Center of burn.treatment In Gainesville la University for a severe NO. I CANS I TOOTHBRUSH4/$1 CLOROX.: . .. 29* \ QUART I

4-om. ARMOUR DIAL 200-Ct. KLEENEX WHITE .
of Bush- ASSORTED
Mrs. H. C. Barley JAR
nell spent last week with Mr.' -.f DEODORANT. 59 TISSUE
and Mrs. Richard: Ctesser aad .......4/$1. \ I
the Limit 1 of your choice with; $5 00 or mor.
children Including new
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son and other members of the ..-_ -_ purchase Ncludmg cIgar HiSUPERBRAND
family. Mr. Harley candy A- --
*. Jackie Smith spent
and Mr
U.S. NO. 1 REGULARPotatoes
this weekend here and Mrs. \ !r SHERBET OR
Harley returned with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermle KellyWere
visiting Mr. Kelly's cou-
ain Mrs. Iva Douglas! in leeCrea.
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Brooker Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. R. E. Lee were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

O.Sunday.L. Peterson in Arlington Produce and JMJCH good Speci4/1


LARGE FRESH HEADS 1-Lb. Pkg. ASTOR FRENCH PRY
I* Th. Cbrratt Cow Et..lII 10 1 4ft
.dl..1 A.. For civil Circuit Bradford, ACTION
FANCY OOLDIN BANTAM 59
Caw No. COT' MORTON'S 3-COURSI MEAT HALF

Defendant.Plaintiff Franklin-v.- William Dale J.Sherrlnr B. Day CORN. . 10 EARS 69' DINNERS . 69< GAL.
NOTICE OF SUITNO PROPERTY LB.
BAG VINE RIM ( Can
To: 'Mr. William :J. B Day '
Notified that TOMATOES. 29 ORANGE j'CE *
You Arc Hereby ... 59

..an filed action against d .to for serve you adoption a and ha.you of your been are ....... ..................... ............................................................. ..........................................................................................
:written: defence. lPn to It, : ;m '
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on the plaIntiff'attorney who.. i EXTRA I I EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA I" EXTR: A : EX.--R.tIII.

name Pierce and 203-205 addrees N.. la Temple George Avenue H. i dx N.4w.GREEN.vf-.STAMPS M*UKHHU W ill dx..GREEN. .STAMPS M ;11 I I d7I?GREEN. STAMPS M..4 M ,/ I I d7.n!Nw4w.GREEN tMr4.M STAMPS NN..4 Y i I I dTL-;t..GREEN' .. STAMPS-.M _I I .'I.;!'N-NYI.GREEN tW4." STAMPS.M MIK..M W '
filethe
Stark.orlKlnal with fileand' of :11', '.0'.r, Howard : + On.Ph. I 1 awe .... 1 r-I : : /
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above styled court oa or beforeOctober : Johntaft t Ch 1:1 It. W D : tU It w. +" Sunnyland, O...WheN....' : D.rond I.. '" W 0 Lend I...
9, 1999: otherwise aJudgement Cro, .. tats/ e't"" SlaakattasVOID i .'N".. Aere P.at .It Smoked Ham Ground BfVOIO 1 .......1't... Ground BfVOIDAFIII
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minded yen for may th. be reMef de I. : ..........N. ..........M......... ::1 ..._._._ .'10..'''''''Mo.. ........ : ..........'" vOID..'.''"'M."II. .II".....24. ., V010MI"svr.3e..,..co. .M.. ... ... : .. .. ..AFTI"M...lift....24. / .. .. .... M.. .5IH....24 rEXTRJL 1
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Bys Beulmh M. Moody : .N.. VI vo!'Arfm oro PalUtt : ........It..... Sweet Rllth : ';:11.1: Sp ray.. ..Starch i. ..'N". It Glo.Coot : N Aitl. Moots Ow.lt ; .
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"Mp4TV'ONI4 Union County PTA S :. GI Students flSrsSsrnnrrrntssi acting pastor. Service will begin pastor. All Choir members are drive that is in progress

Will Recognize Must ReportAttendance New About with Sunday School at 10a.m. Invited to attend as well as Mt. Plsgah AME Church. Rev.
:Morning service at 11. At friends. Evening service 6 p.m. George Young pastor. Sunday
Teaching Staff GrahamBy :3 I P.m. the Choir Union Will be with Rev.Richardson delivering
B7 Mm. D. B. mn Colored Citizens School. 10 a.m. Morning service
held at St. James
AME Church. the message. All members are at 11. Evening service, 6
"F John Marcus Howard. Union ) Cathy'1.efeven Students attending colltge 'on I .. .. .. ,. Lake Butler Rev. Levy Lennon asked to please remember the 'p.th. '
,
County PTA program chairman
MRS. BETTY MCCK DIES reports that the first meeting der the GI Bill this summer NOTICEI! :::::::::::,"::::::'S-: : ::: :::::::::::: ::::::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::e-:;:>>

Funeral services were Friday of the new .school year will be CHURCH NEWS are reminded that they must Dell Chapter 168 DES win -
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afternoon for Mrs. Betty Mock: an effort to Introduce: the The GA's held their weekly: return their Ot/'CUicaUon,! ol meet Thursday at 8 P.m. its Fit rI
of Waldo who died in an autc-i :teaching staff to parents and meeting Tuesday September 9. Attendance Card to the Veterans the Masonic Hall on Brownlea .... }r '
mobile accident early Wedne.s-. / interested citizens iof: Union Mrs. Jackie Johns lead with a Administration during ,the Street. All members are askedto ..
day morning. Mrs. Mock was,' County. devotional, after which their last full month of every enrollment be present and on time.
the mother of Mrs. Patricia This Initial meeting 'will be business was discussed. The refreShments :period.Including the sum- Business of vital importance.Each I I
Youngblood of Hampton and held at the Middle School Cafe. were cookies and' mer session.M. one bring one. :
Sandra Mock. Waldo. Also surviving terla. Thursday. Sept. 25 at punch. T. Dixon direobor of The Boy Scout News. Jimmy Jenkins p
are two brothers. Thom8 p.m. Refreshments ,will be The Church would like to announce Division of Veterans Affairs. has announced that all :::: %
:
as and Raymond Arms of served! following the introduc Its Homecoming Sun\ further stated that failure to boys Interested in joining the f-::: .

Clarkesville. Tenn., and one Hon ,of the teaching staff and a day. September 28. There will do so will cause payment to Scouts are asked to contact N I ; _
grandchild. Services Friday panel discussion of current be dinner on the ground after atop since the Veterans Administration him. He is making plans to or- P :
were held In Gainesville with future which Church services, and a computers are pro-
educational policies and ganize a new! troop.
,
burial In the Waldo Cemetery. acedemlc plans Gospel Sing. gramed to prepare checks only All interested Girl Scouts are I I
PERSONALSMr. Church Services start with after Attendance Carte' are re asked to meet at Greater Allen t
Sunday School at 9:43: to 11:00: : ceived. I' 4k5. /5
and Mrs. Kenneth Brown family. Chapel AME Church Monday. ;
and. famly and Mr. and Mrs. Men from Hampton Baptist Church flight at 11:10 services: to 12:00.at: 8 Wed- Dixon alsourges any .student Sept. 22 at S p.m. For information iii::: ''f. .''4; :.:...
nesday p.m.
Foster Hayes and sons drove Church attending a retreat at : who did not return his Certification call 9646683. ,f
to Parrls Island.. S. C. last Trinity Baptist camp east of VISITORS of Attendance Card at s 5 y
week when their sons graduated Keystone Heights last Friday !Mrs. Carol Mull of Lake City the end of the spring .semesterto SCHOOL NEWS i i ; .Y ti
from Marine boot camp. and Saturday were Charles and children visited with Mr. do so as soon as' possible. All adults Interested in registering -
Ceremonies were held Friday 'Hicks Otto Hicks. Otis Mel- and :Mrs. Morris Starling and to Insure :xenewei Veterans Ad- for classes may registerat I : tSrIL'i
morning at Parrla Island with ton. Everett Pearsall. Larry daughter Sherie Tuesday. Mrs. minlstratln payments', this summer the Vo-Tech Center. For information : \
Jerry: Brown and Randy Hayes Haines Lamar Brown. George Starling's parents visited' with or when he goes, back to call 9646150.
among those completing the Kennan Tracy Jones and Rev.' school in September.
her Sunday.Mr.
first stint of Marine training. Melvin Hamel. LOCAL CHAPTER NAACP
and Mrs. Andrews and attending college ; :
Mrs. Jean Morris and 'three Funds for the Hampton Area visited While veterans The local Chapter of NAACP : :
Gainesville
children of under the children have moved lr& the Fire Department were discussed with Mr. an Mrs. Wasdin Sun- their Certification of meet Wednesday night at St.
return
Christian Church -parsonage at the meeting Thursdaylast James Church la, Lake Butler
during the
week. had been last at day.Mr. Attendance Cards at .
They staying evening week Hampton Lester 8 p.m.CHURCH
L.
and Mrs. O.
full month of every enrollment
last
with her parents in Starke city hall. Plans were also made 4
had dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. veterans attending ktA
period
since moving from Atlanta. Ga. for converting the old store NEWS
Joe Peels and son Scotty and school below tttie college -
: .
;
recently. building on the corner of Divis- Greater Bethlehem Free Will ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Stevenson level most return their
Eddie Clouse and Bill Hand ion and Navarre streets. Into Baptist Church, Rev' Jasper
.
of Bradenton were visitors at housing for the fire truck. Sew both .families and Mrs.from Russell Hawthorne.Mr. Starlingof Attendance Cards each. month. Williams pastor. Monday night WITH BANK AUTO 1 r
the* Don Hill home from Wederal volunteers worked Saturday guests: of All veterans who have problems ) Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday
Springs were
High
Illes day to Saturday last week. at clearing: around and'In Fri- ,with their education bene- night Choir No. 3 and Ushers 1
and Mrs. Carl Jones
Mr. 11 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Plume the building.. day night. fits should contact their local Board No. 2 will meet. Wed- LOANS LIKE THESE
Buck Mathews and Tony KenPTA meeting at Hampton Ele. Mrs. Clyde Odom of Branford County Veteran Service Officer, nesday night Prayer Meeting.
nan from Eglin AFB at Ft. mentary School Is next Tuesday visited all last week with her or"write him at P. O. Box 1437. Thursday night. Story Hour at you can be among the first jj11
Walton. spent last weekend evening remember! -Sept. 23 daughter Mrs. Merle Starling. St. Petersburg". Florida the Church. Friday night Ladles :'
:here with the George Kennan at 7:30: p.m. at the school. Mr. and Mrs. Ortagus of Circle. Saturday night dinners 1 to have a new 1970 car! 1m
will be sold from the kitchen.
Jacksonville visited with Mrs. aids. We have the Know how f
held
Regular services will be 1
Kate Starling. Sunday.Mr. and the technical ability and
and Mrs. J. W. Starling the wealth to do this, if our School Sunday at 9:30.starting Morning with Sunday serviceat ;m For quick action, saving on the over- m;

CLOSEOUTON gave their a son-in-law going away and daughter.Mr. party for. taxes were spent Judiciously. 11 a.m. Evening service at ;=1: all cost of that beautiful 1970 model, ::::

and Mrs. Kenneth Snow. Statistically, it is noted that the ft p.m. Visitors are always wel- ;;::1 and other bank loan features, our bank ; 1
United States is lowest on the come. Rev. O. O. McArthur will
Mr. and Mrs. Snow are moving list of free nations, as far as be holding services while the Auto Loans are hard to beat. Come eel I

ta Mass. social_ benefits.are.concerned.We pastor is on vacation.
Mrs. Merle Starling was given -
a birthday dinner at the are waiting, Mr. President Ebenerer: Baptist Church I?
home of her twin brother Earl and hope it wont be too :Kev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- 'FLORIDABANK
69 MODELSAll Odom, of Branford. long until Social Security pay- day School at 9:45.: Morning
ments and Medicare legisla- service 10:45.: Evening service. .
.. tion is enacted to give 20 mil 6:30: with the Senior Choir rendering I <<
lion senior citizens this much song- service. At 3 p.m. I AT STARKE
SENIOR needed relief. the Senior Choir, will accompany I
Sizes All Floor Plans the congregation to Melrose I
CITIZENSSSSStSSSrrrrrrSrflSrfl Our next meeting will be heldon to render service for Rev. M' Member Federal Deposit Insurance :;:
Corp. ;;
Sept. 23 at 1 p.m.at the PrattSt. Alphonso Jenkins. All members 1 1X.x

MANY DISPLAY MODELSAT citizens. Recreation are welcome.Hall. All senior and Greater friends Invited Allen Chapel to attend.AblE! ,t One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group :1111;

Senior Citizens, Mrs. George Joe Kerrigan Church. Rev. A. R. Richardson j :':':':':':-::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :-:*:::-:::.:::;:::;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:::.:.:::.:::.::::::::::: ;:
HUGE SAVINGS McManus, who returned to
Starke after a long visit with
her daughter in Phoenix Ariz.,
ALSO was admitted to Bradford
-- -
County Hospital on Sept. 11.
During our visit, she seemed '
Displaying The World Famous quite cheerful and is doing very ; 5 $ .$
well.

VOGUE
Our covered dish luncheonwas
a great success. We were.
ULTIMATE IN MODERN LIVING very pleased tq meet Mr. and
Mrs. Olla and ,hope that they
become members of our clubs "

2 0 DIFFERENT MODELS SET n. ..

FOR YOU TO INSPECT President Nixon's nationwide
telecast on reorganization of
the welfare system, paid scant
attention to the elderly. It
emct is noted that in his long speech
he only used the word "aged"
once, so it seems the elderly
will get next to nothing in this Day in. Day out. Same old order-taking world. Wouldn't it be nice to have an Escape Machine?

Mom IF HOMES, new plan.

Medicare also needs general
784 SOUTH LANE AVENUE overhauling. It Includes nec-

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA essary medicine, prescribed
glasses dentures! and hearing

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,Air Conditioning-Heating Farm Equipment and Industrial MOBILE' HOMES The 1970 Escape MachineImagine


Air Heating Conditioning By Santa Fe Tractor, MUSTANG this sleek you beauty.cruising rold-you'dbetter around town in that delivers I

General Electric FORD Mobile Homes, Inc. believe it. This trim! new personalsize .: elegance

Ruas's Sheet,Metal. Inc. Farm Tractors Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobil Supreme lets you move up to
Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sale Lot. Olds elegance without leaving the in a trim new size.
SALES PART SERVICE /field.
Tel. 376-8282 I NEW MOON CAPELLA low-price But then that's
GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOOD your secret-a secret luxuriously ,Q ./
AUTO SALES Low Monthly Payment hidden under that formal new roof _.... .'7 '',-\_._
Johnson & Fans Inc. 4820 N. W. IJth 378-134 and elegant lines. And there's Rocket .--:;.. ; ''.,' """ ''''-
BRASINGTONCADILLAC V-8 action that won't quitthanksto

OLDSMOBILE SEEDS- PLANTS MOTORCYCLES another Oldsmobile exclusive:
SALES SERVICE Insecticide -Pet 8apPUNFERTILIZERS unique Positive Valve Rotators.
Fine Selection of Used Can YAMAHA BMW Cutlass Supreme-one of 29 Olds _- ,
Taken On Cadlllae Trade Escape Machines inviting you
201 N.W. 13th Ph. Xlt-iMl We Rent Fertiliser Spreader .eydeiiamaSslei to make your escape. Oldsmobile: ,.6N
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0478 escape from the ordinary.
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LINCOLN MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811
7TT
Authorized Sale Service FOR MOTHERSTOBEA MUSICBALDWIN r"
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF

Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks

oivo MG Triumph. Tope Bermudas -Bathing Suits

606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS- ORGANS.
Phone 372-4251 CHOtCI OP TM Aaron'O'vllle

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA INC. -
I 7M W. University! -Op". 8.F.JJC.
Shopping Ctr.. 37Z-535J
Mechanical CONTRACTORK.
4 wheel drive and oars --
Sales Parts Service MOVERS -

Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc. -
1700 N. Main 376-1264 Lone Distance M.nac
Thempcoa's Refrigeration Stance Packing
Service Crating Shipping
Beauty. Academy Realtor Air OadltloalBg.Repairs Free Estimate caU

POWELL'S .. on White Appliance HILL'S
ladaitrlal ComtMMtlo Service

Beauty AcademyLearn Holler Room Sale, Service Van Service, Inc;
3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
a Profession. In Your 3540 N.E. Waldo ft*. G'vUl.
Telephone 372-212
Spare Time. Pull or Part Time 371-071
' 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 I

.MEN'S WEARSTAG'N PAINT GLASSLIDDELL
,ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC

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Griffin Salt. GLASS CO.

Motor Repair Co.Of Arrow ShirtsF7aaheim .Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door -

Gainesville Inc. I. Formal a..taIa Tub Enclosures Shower;poor*
Repairing RewindingNew I. Ladles S..n.wear. PuI'D1turerop.. Window* y'.eN'.1 LOMI I
\nd Used :2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awning '

.XSlt N. W. lit Ph. 37M8U aid GAINESVILLE!: MALL 118 N.W. 16th St. 'STMUl See Youngmobll,. Thinking for 1970 at your Oldsmobile'" ...,..'* today:Toronado, Nlnely-Elght, Delia 88, Cutlass, .-.. and _...K...._


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(." OC Application For Tax cording; to law the properly described .
'\.t.'i <'Uo.d In such certlilcate or follows:
BROOKER Sec. llt-t.lfl. F. S. certificates will be sold to the .Certificate No. 27. Yearof. Is Nodes' Of Application For Tax Unless such certificate. or certificates proof of publication of tint. notice hi. wire, nave tiled Petition
Notice is .iwy Olven. that highest bidder at the courthouse suance 1965.Description. Deed shall be redeemed according the fictitious name of Ocnr In the above styled court for the
Mr. '1.'. J. Alderman ,the holderof door on the first Mondayin of Property Lot 8 See. Itfl.ui; F.. .. to law the property. described Dell. Cleaners, under which I nm adoption of the minor rhU4nam..d
the following ceitltlcates has. month of October IDttU wnlcn In UIJC 16 In Law toy 12 of KY. Notice C Is Hefeby: Given, that In such certificate or engaged"" In business at Ml Crosby In that Petition and you
BY JOYCE STOKES filed< said certificates tor a tax IS the Sib day of October, 194U. Name In which assessed Harry Mr. T. J. Alderman: the holder ,certificates will be sold to the Street. Starke. Florida. commanded to be and appearIn
deed to be issueu lm>l'.n. 'ln. Dated this Slat day of: August. Kittles. of the following certificates has highest bidder at the court house Johnle Ohent Rt. 2. Box 140B.Starke. are Court October 10.
on
.. certificate numoers and years 1969, .All of said property being In filed said certificates tor a tax door on the first Monday' In the Florida. sole owner. 196<>that. and to show cause why
.Issuance, the property and the names in Charles: A. Darby Florida. certificate number. and yearsof the 6th day of October" 1969. A. D. 196ft at Starke, Bradford maybe _
The Brooker Supermarket wnlcii It watt assessed. < are a* Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad- Unless such certificate. or certltlc..te. issuance, the description ofproperty. Dated this Slat day of: August County. Florida. ; otherwise a judgment, '
grantme
owned by Roy Carroll follow.: .ford County. Florida. shall be redeemed according and the names In which 1969. 9-4 4t 9.15 entered flsrnlnut you
of
Brooker. Certificate Nov 75. Year of Issuance 9-4 4t 9-25 to law the property de- It was assessed are. as follows: (SEAL) the adoption.
was the victim of a daring 1967. scrlbed In such, certificate or Certificate Not (8. Year of Issuance Charles. A. Darby. Witness my hand and the seal
n..crlptloa''of Property.1 LotBeing certificates. will be sold to the 1967.Description. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford la The Circuit Court M>f The of the Court at Stark.. Bradford .
breaking and entering and theft .1X4.6 Ft. N & a Uy &0 "'t.. o5Ise Of Application For Tax: highest bidder. at the court house of property.. COM County,. Florida. Rlnhtli Jndlrlnl Circuit Of Florid Countv, Florida this 11
Saturday night. Employees. KiiW: Lying And Being In NtJ: Deed door on the first Monday In t8K COR of SE>/ ....f NWJi ft 9-4 4t 925Notice .. In And For Bradford. Connr. dav of September" 1969
Carol Lee Jones and CUR of >v !Kj. of NWof\ Sla! Sec. 1U4.10. F. 8. month of October, 1969. which run W 394 Ft.. N 130 Ft. E 297 Florid ("n.e >... SOft (SEAL)
Tony Cas. of NE'.. SkX.-i: :lS. 'T-6-SJ: tt-22-K.: : : Notice Is Hereby Given holderof that .In the 6th day of October, 1D69. Ft.. NT S2S FT. R 97 FT. S BOS Of Intention To Register In RE: Petition of Densle Charles A. Parhy,
tlen. discovered the evidence Name In which assessed .Ala :Mr.!/ T. J. Alderman. the Dated this 22nd day of: August Ft. to POD EX W 226 Ft. SEC Fictitious Name Flowers and Rosa B. Flowers"; Clerk Of The Circuit Court
die Williams liST. the following certificates has 1969. -S hi* wife. By: Virginia.",, Darby.Deputy '
upon entering the Notice I. that the
store : hereby given
Sunday All -of said property being In filed\ said certificates, for a tax (SEAL) 21Nr In jE".8e".d Mrs. undersigned under the provisions NOTICETO Clerk :
morning at 10 a.m. Apparently the County --of urailford -biataof deed to be I.aued thereon. The Charles A. Darby. O. S. Bradley EST. of Chapter 20.953 Laws ofFlorida : tieosle Perrv. addre unknown Elsie' S. Sunders ..
the thief had broken into the Florida.Unless certificate numbers. and years of Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad All of said' property being In Acts of 1941, will register Arneca Frazier Perry 14t TV-Hi Call Street
the description .
of issuance
.
such certificate or certificates ford County. Florida. /the County of Bradford Stateof Clerk CircuitCourt. address unknown.You Starke, Florida 32001
with the of the
store at the 'back door. as it shall .be. redeemed ac- the property, and the names In 9-4 4t 9-25 Florida. inend for Bradford Are Notified that the Attorney> for Petitioner *
which it was assessed are as .. .
Demile 10-t
.bov. named Petitioner 9-18 4t
was damaged and found of
open County. Florida upon I receipt
: .: .
C.----------- Flowers. and. Rosa... H.. Flowers. -
Sunday --- '
morning. The safe had ------I--------- -
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been broken Into by U ------------ --------- -
having the _____ I ------------ -------------
combinations knobs removed.Mr. ; -.- --a_ rI ,
Carroll stated that over -I II

$1,600 In money was taken Including ) : I I I .

a coin collection that i' ,
he had In the safe. Mr. and '
Mrs. Carroll were In Jacksonville '
visiting relatives Saturday I -

night and were called and advised I 'ROUND'I'
Sunday morning and they
Immediately came home. Investigating I

the theft were Deputy I
Fuquay of Starke and Marshall II

Leroy Stokes of Brooker.MISCELLANEOUS I I I

II RIBCENTER I FA I R I
I
SHOWER 1 1
Mrs. Phil Galney, the former
Sue Edwards was the honoreeof I 3 I I CUT I I

a lovely miscellaneous shower E'
at the Brooker Civic Center' :
I I
Saturday night. The room was I BONELESS I SUPERMARKETS I
beautifully decorated with yellow SHOULDER

and white flowers and decorations. I I
Games were played I I Open All Day I

and enjoyed by the 40 guests II

who1 were' attended.served by Cake the and hostesses punch: I FOOD FAIR $ II STEAKS. Wednesday II

Janie Hayes. Inez Green Madge QUALITY II 1

Kicks Eva Harrell. Ethel Bass. I
II
Dolly Harrell and- Joyce Stokes. I U S DEPT Of AGRICULTURE when Savings caunt.-I


BIRTHDAY Little Drew PARTY Andrews was I : I COUNT ON US I

honored on his 5th birthday I II iitiflT'iHJ I. I Saturday night with a hamburger I
fry at the home of his .
par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur An- I I 98 C I. PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU II

drews. All had a wonderful tima 1 -v.- LB S I I .[I [ WEDNESDAY SEPT. 24th, 1969.

and especially Drew. I II LB QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I
Mrs. J. H. Sewell spent a 1 1I
few days last weak visiting her
daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. v. V. Hazen In Starke.

SP-4 Patrick W. Castlen. who LEG-O ALL MEAT SLICED 1/4 HONEYSUCKLE P,7, ASSORTED
Just completed his year in

Vietnam.Jacksonville and his, wife were' Barbaraof visiting SLICEDBOLOGNA PORK LOINCHOPS SLICED COLDCUTS

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and
TURKEY
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinsonlast QUICK FROZiN.NIW ZIAIANOftREAKFAST

week. GRAVY
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott 28ozPKG

and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hodge. 8ozPKG
were visiting Mrs. Ellen Watson

and family la Lakeland last TURK IT ROAST ) M.J $J.
week.

PFC Denver Prescott ofHuntsville.

Ala., spent last
weekend with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Prescott.

ds IINKSFresh SOLID BREADED FLASH FROZEN OCEAN PICKOTHECHICKFRYER.
XO-rICE "
LEGAL
1989,. .
September ;10 PERCHFILLETS
I Carl Hurst Mayor. of the Pork FISH
City of Starke Florida by virtue
_
of the authority vested In OLEO
Tn Second.. by law Prlmiary ds hereby Election call ta a.. : PORTIONS ) COMBINATION PACKAGE

be.. held at the. Fire Station. In
the... aforesaid City by qualified
'voters on Tuesday, September tltMIS*
23. 1969 A.. D, for the purpnne GSASf HIMDRUMSTICKS.
of Electing the following off
cers.Chief.
Of Police) For Two THIGHS
Tears.
Councilman\ Group 4 One) A BREASTS WITH RIBS
Councilman For Two Years.
Inspector For. Said Election;
Mrs. Grace Jordan
;!Ijrs. Myrtlce Dennis
Mrs. Wilma KronenberfferMrs.
J. E. Hardy
Mrs.: Pfggv. Shaller
Mrs. Ed Prevail ASil IS.OSTINO. CANI. LIBBY'S TOASTEM WITH MANSNORM
?!ra. R. O. Dansby MUM IN O* SSOWNII MIX ISGood'N LIBBY'S
Mrs. Ella Mae, Chastetn PEAS FRENCH
Mrs. L.. N. Pickering POP UPS OR ELCHILI

In Mrs." testimony Ed Tenly;: I whereof. I here- RichMIXES STYLE BEANS OR

unto subscribe my name. and
cause the. Seal of said town to> GOLDEN CORN '
be hereunto affixed this the 10th DINNER POP
day of September.. A. D. 1969. Bit* TARTS


(SEAL Attest Carl)Carl: Hurstr..or Merrill Hunt Edward. 5 to 8ozPKG CANS 17oz 5/l 14ozBTLS.. 5/l 7.5ozPKG 15 oxCANS 3slFANCY

Merrill Edwards, City ClericNotice
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Of ArpUrntlon For Tax
..... ucd .
Sec. lIM.iu. F. a. I
Notice Is Hereby Given, that I I
Mr. T. J. AUerman the holderof ) '
this following, certificate" has Pantry _. ( I
I .
filed said certlLiates for tax va14/Aok Bak .
A : GOLDEN RIPE ,
deed to .lie. Issued thereon. The : Pride "'" r.g I
eel tlfhate numbei/ and years of:
Issuance, the description, of the
property and the names in ::
which It was asuesseu are asfollows "< I
: DINNER
Ceitlflcate No. 53. Year of Issuance BANANAC SAVE64 S45
11)67.Description.
of Property 3 ISO' NO. I WHITE ,
of li: tiW of W 440'. of.-:1ol:!: : !
SW/4 I SEC: 18-T-8-S. Lt-22-E. '
Name; In which assessed JaCK; II
Cuimvlnga. 'ROLLS2/29 i

of the All Florida.County of said of property Bradford.being Mftto: In I : POTATOES !

\\Jnlens: such certificate. or certificates 4OZ.OIANT GOLDEN
sliall be redeemed according I :
to law the property described [POUND
In such certlilciate or I C CAKE..89' 1
certificates will be sold to the _
highest bidder at the courthouse I SAVE 6 .16oz LO..INCH I
door on the flr.tIonday I LB ..
In month of October! 1969.: which 110
is the 6th day of October 1U8S. LB STICK BREAD..29 59 I
Dated this 13th: day of August. I BAG
1969.
(SKAL) SAVE 1O J.8 FRESH BAKED I 1I

Clerk Charles< County of Circuit A.:Florida Darby Court of Bradford I PEACH PIES..49*! .

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BUSINESSDIRECTORY SALTINES FRUIT GREENS HONEYDEW ALL EATING PURPOSE


COCKTAIL FROZEN-TURNIP, KALE, MELONS
COLLARO OR MUSTARD GRAPES I

1 LBBOX APPLES

AUTO SERVICE 2Ooz

BAGS POLY 3/49

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407 N. Tempi Stark; I I I RICH'SSPOON'N COLGATE adult
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Pleas" .Phone. in Your Items. -' 473-414&. "Yti''j:


IPTA REMINDER chairman for the Woman's 'A proposal ,by the Lake Region counsel representative with a Florida. title to lake bottoms: up to the:
Don't forget the first PTA Golf Association wishes to T Citizens Committee thata view to preparing corrective Sen. Richard Stone, of Miami high water mark.

,meeting of the new school ;year thank all of the members who complete new statute governing legislation. a sponsor of the law passed Stone said he would like for
will be held this Thursday assisted her In preparing food the land-locked freshwater Baker said that steps 'Were at the last legislative ses. the Cabinet board to seek a
evening (Sept. 18) In the i thigh: for Saturday and Sunday. Members y lakes of Florida, be enacted already being taken to set up don! placing fresh water lakes Judicial determination of the
school! gym.: Faculty memberswill of the WGA are to be at the next legislative 'these meetings .so that the necessary under the salt water statute, high water line, along with
be In their respective commended for their prepara: session was favorably receivedin legislation 'would be conceded that the Legislaturehad defining riparian and sovereignty
rooms to meet with parents at tions. Proceeds will be donated Tallahassee Tuesday by ,the ready for the next session. create the present con- rights In fresh water lakes.
7:30. The meeting is .scheduled to-the building fund. State Cabinet sitting as Trus When the Cabinet; convened fused situation but said the Secretary of State Tern Adams -
for 8 p.m. CUB COUTSAll tees cf the Internal Improve- as IIP Board Trustees at 11:15.: controversy had !Resulted who once represented the
LOCAL TOURNAMENTGREAT parents and friends Interested ment Fund. Baker presented a lengthy nine' "from some very vigorous en- Keystone area as state senator
SUCCESS In seeing a Cub Pack W. E. (Bill )Baker chairman !point> proposal with the objec- forcement" of the act. told Stone he thought it a bit
The Tournament Chairman continue In Keystone Heightsare of the Citizens Committee'', tive of: He was apparently referringto unfair that the IIP' Trustees
"Dutch" Helse states that the asked to meet at the Municipal -
said he .was pleased with the Removing fresh waterlakes Instances in recent months 'were being handed a problem
annual Keystone Heights Men's Building on Thursday from the present statute when Game Si Fresh Water
: lack Gamble Speaker at Botary Club. cordial reception given his that the Legislature had had a
Invitational, held on Saturdayand evening Sept. 25. The meetingIs group and with the action of governing tideland (salt) wa Fish Commission! personnel chance to clear up at the last.ses.slon
Sunday at the local scheduled to start at 7:30.
club ters. 'have ordered lake front residents -
the IIP Board; Trustees in accepting but Instead had only
was the largest turn-out since This will be an organizational Mrs. Reed Named Garden Club the committee's nine- 'Establishing a completenew to stop clearing beachesIn : compounded It.
the Inception of this tournament meeting for adults but If statute dealing 'with landlocked the
front of their property on
point proposal for study 'by the ; Stone agreed substantially,
seven years ago. There there Is a baby-sitting problem Florida ChairmanOf Of The LakesThe lakes in
cabinet staff and legislative fresh water grounds that the state claimed but he said he wouldn't ask retraction -
were 100area and local golfers bring the children. You are .
Bank Women cf the that
participating in the 36-hole needed! Garden Club of the Lakes requirement
flssrssrrrrrrsrsrsflflMELROSE .? .......... .VVYVVY stat permits must be obtainedfor
ROTARY welcome
event representing a total of CLUB NEWS will hold Its first meeting of py to new people to
31 clubs' according to Heise. Jack Gamble Chief Counselor (Mrs. Josephine Reed;, Vice this club year on Thursday, our community, and hope they dredging and filling opera
There was a Pro-Am Tournament for the Alachua County President' and Cashier of ,the Sept. 25, at 1 p.m. In the homeof feel at home with us. INDIAN BEACHLake ations in fresh water lakes.
Keystone State Bank was installed He sail the 1969 act had triggered .
held on Friday preceding Juvenile Courts was guest Mrs. Helen Warren, presi-
the Men's Invitational. speaker at the KeystoneHelrht.s Florida State Chairmanof dent. All members are urgedto By ;Joyce Howe DUPLICATE BRIDGE enforcement of other
with Oreen Cove Springs golf Rotary Club last Fri the National Association: of attend this Important meet- Winners of the Melrose Dup- ( Starts r.) laws. that had been on the
pro Dave Kennett and his day. Mr. Gamble who was in- Bank Women for ,the year ing. rssnnnnrnsrsrrnaThose licate Bridge Club last week Dye Michael H. CNttrfa. books for a long time, such as
1970 at the State Convention were Miss Bessie Rutherford .'Wl1r&AAA&A& that requiring a permit for
team members capturing first troduced by Rotarian James of you who have been :
place honors. Local pro Ed Wharton, spoke on Alachua held September 12-14 at the trying to reach me at home for ford and Mrs. W. F. Wilson. &&& &&AA&&A&&_ construction of a dock.
and Colony Beach Club Longboat 1st place; Mrs. Roland Bryan Sen. Jim Williams of Ocala,
Rodgers his teams placed County's Juvenile Shelter NEWS NOTES the last| couple of months can
Key. Sarasota and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, 2nd Hi friends Includes the lake
second and. third In the compe- which was built last year and now do so. I am no longer whose district
tition. opened on February 5 of this Women bank officers from all By Helen Eao: "< working and will be at home place; Mrs. Gay Livingston and Your ole rolling-reporter bus area and who owns waterfront
Jack Roundtree representing year. over the state attended this during! the day. (Most of the Mrs. Ray Starnes, 3rd place; really been rolling lately. As property there, aid that over
Becker and Mrs.Phil
the Lake City Golf and Country Gamble said that the Idea conference. time ). Mrs. Ray I'm writing this letter I'm sitting zealous enforcement activities
of Gold was the COMMUNITY CHURCH anyway Kromer Mrs. H. T. Dent and
Club had a two-stroke win for a juvenile shelter Treasures- ; in the kitchen at the home ,were obvious, noting that some
was supported of the ... Happy Birthday to Miss Deb-
theme of the conference which The first fall meeting Mrs. Pat Fraher, tied for 4th
,over local golfer Bob Hayes to by County Judge Joihn featured local) bank women as Community Church Women was bie Reed, daughter of Mr. and place. of my uncle and aunt D. V. people had been reprimandedfor ;
win the I Championship A Div Connell who wanted separate ) held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. Mrs. Gilbert Reed, who cele- FESTIVAL CARD PARTY and Irma Williams and children cleaning out grass from
ision. Roundtree had a 139 for facilities and housing for Juve- speakerfa.Tht 1970 convention will be 8, In the educational building.The brated last week. There will be a Fall Festival Roy and Marsha In Mobile, swimming areas In front of
the two:days play. Hayes com- niles who had been previously ; Jacksonville. president Mrs Roy Turk- Dr and Mrs. Jack Tobe and Card Party and FashionShowatthe Ala. We've been commutingback their cottages. At the same
pleted the tournament with 141 placed In the county jail. The held in nett opened the meeting and Introduced five daughters of Indianapolis, Woman's Club Friday,Sept. and forth here and the time he observed there had
and Mitch Fields a college student juvenile shelter was designed Mrs. William Walz, Ind. recently visited Mr. and 29 at 1 p.m.Dessert !home of some old friends Bron- been Instances where the laws
representing the University to house six girls and six: Les Stephenson of Lake Ge- who led the devotional. Mrs. Mrs C. W. Durbin. .. will be served and fashions zell and Gloria Buchanan and have been ignored by property
Club of Jacksonville came boys with temporary facilities Elmore Walter Grollck program chair- The Melrose Volunteer Fire from Leila's in Starke children Bobby and Bettlna owners.
Sena and Tom
in third with a 142. available for a larger number. neva. also man, started the new season Departmer* will hold its quar- will be modeled bridge and who live across town. We arrived Gov. Claude Kirk, who pre-
Douglas Miller and Wyn Nor- The juvenile shelter was not of Daytona Beach were with Gosepl Song Service in lieu terly meeting October 14. Make Canasta will be played. in Mobile at 10:30: p.m. sided as chairman of the HP
of Mrs. Steph-
weekend guests
wood tied for first place In the constructed to serve merelyas of a speaker. plans to attend. And if you last Friday, after a safe and Trustees listened quietly to
Elmtore playedIn Those who to attend must
Championship B Division with a detention hall. Staff mem- <1E1.30n.| the Men's Mr. Invitational Golf Mrs. Barry Wyman,chairmanof haven't paid your dues this year, make reservations.plan Call MrSj pleasant trip. We plan on leaving the discussion until Baker said
cores of 142. Harvey Reynoldsof bers work with faculty and and the Bazaar, reviewed plans shame on you. For those of Grace Stevens at 4755181. The the first of the week, with the states should refrain froma
Palatka was third place graduate students in special Tournament on Saturday and announced chairmen of the you who are new to the com- a, stop In. Bonlfay to visit my takeover of surveyed bottom
of Sunday. various booths. Emphasis was munity, dues are $6 per year price is 125. H. K.
winner with 145. education at the University great-grandmother Mrs. lakes since "the people on
First Flight: Clyde Terwille- Florida to provide psychological : placed on member participation and can be paid at Chlapplni's Proceeds to the from the party will Chitty and her family.We these lakes have done a good
tie for and for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka In the Workshop sessions Gulf station or mailed to Col. go building fund. would coma will
gar 149; and a 3-way testing guidance PTA TO MEET thought we Job in their own right and
second between John Watson, minors residing in the shelter. drove to Orlando Sunday, which started Wednesday, Sept. Ralph Stevens. This money is Mrs. Gussie Adams up here and find some decent continue to do so as long as
Berger Warner and Joe Hart. Provisions are also made for where they enrolled their son, 10, with about ten persons giving necessary to carry on the workof visor of the lunchroom, super- weather but its been ruining the general public is not allow-
Chris! in Florida off in making fire protection in this area. programin
lead
Central Ace
-
Second Flight: Gordon Bullock occupational therapy and arts demy. articles.the. Eight ladles stay- We would like to welcome Mr. Putnam County, will be guest* up here too. It's also been eo ed to run all over them."
149; Stephen Adams 150: and and craft programs are made ed for the sandwich lunch dur- and Mrs. Jack Kause to our speaker at the first meeting of windy that we can't fish or go Kirk asked Baker It he was
tie for third between Ken available to the residents. Mrs. Henry Schuber returned ing the social hour.It community. they are the par- the Melrose Elementary Par- floundering. However, the Buch- recommending denying the pub-
Brooks and Peter Schwartz Gamble said the juvenile Saturday after a ten day visit is urged that more people ents of Floyd Curie and have ent Teacher Association. She anans went last weekend and lic access to the lakes. Baker
153. Third Flight: Bill Cole. shelter still has a long way togo with her son-in-law and daughter attend and bring fresh ides for moved here from Pensacola.We will discuss nutrition. got come fresh oysetrs. and explained that this was not
158; Sal ScapeUetl. 159: and with the major problems Mr. and Mrs. Stephen the bazaar just help with would also like to wel- Parents at this time will get gigged 35 nice flounders. We his intent as he realized the
or
Phil Hansen. 160. Fourth resulting from a small staff Watts of Schenectady. N. Y. the task of, "stuffing." It all come to the community George> ,an opportunity to meet the had seafood four times in public had a right to swim and
Flight: Bill Chester. 161: Joey who must handle many prob- During .her stay Mrs. Schuber produces a finished product. and Marian Bass and their three teaching staff for this year. three days this week and Wall fish !In the waters if they had

Bishop,,.162: and Gene Purges- lems concerning the juvenilesand enjoyed visiting and caring for Please plan to attend next Wednesday sons; Michael, who is a stu- The meeting will be held Mon- delicious every time. access to the lake through a
on, 164. :Fifth Flight: Jim McBride their rehabilitation. her newly arrived granddaugh- from lO.till 2.tifar dent at the University of South day, Sept. 22 at the school at Well I guess it's about feedIng public street or beach.

.i.ul..i.>rCo4ner; ;-.,..ferrfMBn'i ,TEEING, OTFJwipv! ; .. t ..II : .''' Best ChrlajtofterB.! Carolina, and Richard and Scott 8 p.m. time BO I'd better close Besides Baker, those attendjng -
164: Aid.1 Chester Crum 165.: The Woman's Golf ;..( Mr .....!.>!.li't"""'. 11'1 l \ Chairmait reported,eon who attend high school at Haw Two amendments which were for now. If we don't all come the Tuesday meeting from
Sixth Flight? : Ray Farris 167; tlon (WGA) held their second. and'Mrs." MarvltirHohherand services rendered in local family thorne'. Mr. Bass recently presented at the last meetingwill home twenty pounds heavier, the Keystone area' were Melba
Brian Osteen. 169; and Joe tournament for the new yearon family entertained Mrs. needs, and also that a large retired from the Navy after 26 be voted on. If passed night we ate supper with the Ilgen Mrs. Joy Baker Mr. and
,
Miller, 170. Seventh Flight: Thursday morning Sept. Homer's brother-dn-law and donation of needed articles were years of service and is now attending they will be entered into the we'll) be lucky. Like Thursday Mrs. Charles MeOlave, Myron
Burl Bland. 169; William 11. This was a low net throw- sister Mr. and Mrs. James H. glvn to the Salvation Army the University of 'by laws. One provides for Williams' older son and family Prevatt. Jr., Carl Games and
Powell 170; and Clarence out tournament which allowedthe Mills of Jacksonville last week- for hurricane Camille victims. Florida elected officers to serve for a Jimmy and Becky and children Gen. Phil Kromer of Melrose.
Porch' 171. Eighth Flight: golfers to throw out their end. On Saturday evening Mr. Joseph Stein's son finally got They bought the house that belonged period of two years, and for two Rebecca and Ashley and
Michael Jackson, 170: Don Mc- lowest scores on three holes. and Mrs. Homer and their :son. word through that he is safe to Mr. and Mrs. James of the four officers to be elected had good old Southern Fried

Nabb 176; and Huntley Red Dottie Parks was the winnerin Ronald, hosted a birthday din- at Gulfport, but the ravages of Rarrlner. We are always hap- eacb the choosing, The of home other leaves room Chicken home-made biscuits, ,KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
fearn, 178. Ninth Flight: Mel the nine hole group with ner honoring Ronald's wife the storm came close to his homeroom rice and gravy. And you Just
Taylor and Chuck Kuhns tied Evelyn Heise receiving a gift Pam. Dinner guests Included home. Mrs. J, P, Cuenet'stwo mothers up to the Is know that's good diet food,
for first place with 177's; and certificate for the fewest num- Pam's parents Mr and Mrs. sisters and a brother lost ered dish luncheon was enjoyedby teacher. The policy of home now for don't you?
chairman room
Jim Turpin and Don Shackle- ber of putts.In John Knight. everything, including their about 38 members new mothers the to select the mothers If the Lord 1s willing and the
ford tied for 3rd place in the the 18-hole group, Vesta homes and businesses and sev- members and guests. It was So if want to creek don't rise. I'll be back
Tenth Flight (full handicaps Aiken had first low net, followed Mrs. Oscar Rich flew home eral of their in laws were kill- a pleasure to have the presi- herself you known with the news-and Leeon will

used): W. T. Spalding, 159; Ed by Aggie Watson with last week after a three-week ed at Pass Christian. dent, Mrs. William Beam Sr., make these two your subjects feelings, better planto on be back with a poem. So until DIRECTORYRABY'S
Coker; 165; and Ira Corey 169. second low net. Lucille Starneswon ':visit with her son and daugh- Family Night dinner of the back again after her long stay next week. "May the good
On Saturday the contestants low putts. ter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- church will be held at the educa- In New Jersey and Connecticut. The come.executive board met Lord: bless and keep you all."
played a qualifying round The WOA meets every Thurs- ert A. Rich and children of tional building September 24 at Expressions of sympathy were Your Rolling Reporter, AUTO
her 6:30 extended on the loss of her old- Tuesday to discuss plans for the
which determined the Individual day morning with competition Las Vegas. Nev. During p.m. Mrs. W. S. WIl- MIke'ChItty.
!nights to which they were open for 9 and 18 hole golfers. stay Mrs. Rich enjoyed taking son's Circle I will be host est brother, William Hook, in year. SERVICE
assigned. Following the first If you are not yet a member of area tours with .her son and for this covered dish dinner. Connecticut.
round, the participants and the WGA why not contactPresident his family. Mrs. Walter Grollck has arranged William Reynolds, Sr., his *:::11111;: i11111111111i11j;: ''"*'*"""* 11"111111111111 111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111J11111111j111111m 1111111111m11111111; 111111 1111 Complete Auto RepairsAir
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their: guests, which totaled Lois Walker at 473- a musical program. daughter, Jane, Mrs. Helen M<*rf ;: '& & Conditioning, Repairs
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200 people
than
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Lake Geneva attended the Ralph Barker, chairmen of the
Mrs. Ruby Finley were back
social: hour and dinner pre and, HERE N' THERE of wedding of Miss Margaret K. Rummage Sale, are asking for again. r'FOnT\[ ; ',!O'l'I-r' ; :: Service
by Mrs. Ray FarrIs Miss Carol Stephenson PHONE 473-4404
pared Cuppett a summer visitor In volunteers for the Intake Day The treasurer Juliys Hanson '
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committee members.Mrs. Tampa, was home for a weekend A Public Hearing wi3 be hei!!
her Keystone for several years to of October 1, and each sales reported a good balance in Little Lake Bedford
E. F. Alken.: social visit with her mother Mrs.t .- Eugene T. Mc valDne. III. at day thereafter, Oct. 2. 3, 4. the treasury Mrs Emily Ison Tuesday oept. 23 at 7OO P.r.

., Riverside Park Methodist Please call Mrs. Wallace at read a letter of thanks from the before the City Council an 3 the BEAUTY SHOP
Church, Jacksonville on Saturday 4734924.The president, Mrs. Beam. M. B.
evening Sept. 6. recent death of Mrs. Ag Jordan, supervisor of the Hor- Zoning Board ma-tin'; jointly) on KEYSTONEBEAUTY
nes Lawrence, a charter ticulture Division of the rehab-
Miss Suzanne Nelson daughter member of the Community ilitation program at Raiford a request for chang of zoning on SHOP

1 of Mrs. Mary Nelson of Church and donor of the property Prison wrote a letter of appreciation Highway 100 East from business to
Hi lcrest, left last weekend to : on which the first church was for the gift of money XDRH .lO HIOI'f. OWMT
I start her Junior year at Jacksonville built has been noted with re- for the inmates, which was usedto residential. All internstacl i persons Personal and Creative Hair Styl-

University. Miss Net gret. She was a faithful attendant purchase rare ferns. will bfl heard at this! tl ic. tac Xverr Form. of Beauty
Culture TtM ....
9-6; closed
at Julius
graduated from Santa Fe church services until Mrs. Beam appointed
son t'1 tiaodas.
1 Junior College, Gainesville In in her reclining years she Hanson as chairman for the --Vergie {or.pr Cl- :
s May. was unable to get about. Her Raiford tour on September 25.
BUILDING
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Anyone wishing to enjoy tins' mwwL
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You Win When You Save! Holiday Restaurant 5'tjiJ., Ethel ing Sympathy eye Weyman surgery.is extended and her to familyin Mrs. NEW MANAGEMENT CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

the loss of her aunt, Mrs.
Lounge and Package t Agnes Lawrence. Mrs.Weymanis

The prize for achieving the most past president of the Fellow- CONCRETE!: PRODUCTS

", worthwhile goals in life is usually Highway 21 North Keystone Heights ship Club chairman and serves this year.as hospitality PETE & JOYCE BARTON CALL OR SEEEdward's

won by the couple, aware of the fact President Beam announced Building

:'. that systematic saving makes the the Nominating Committee as OWNERS-MANAGERS Supply Inc.

s' difference between wishing and 2 Drinks For The Price Of 1 follows: Chairman Mrs. Ethel 726 S. MAIN,- 378-444

if" HAVING! and Weyman Mrs. Mrs.Emily Fern Ison.Hanson This OPEN WEEKENDS ONLY GainesvtHe Florida

IN THE LOUNGE committee will report at the

luncheon meeting on October 9. NURSERY
FULL BANK SERVICES MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Nominations may be made from

Checking Accounts Bank By Mall This MonthFULL the Congratulations floor to Mr. and FRL, SAT., SUN.SHOWING- SEPT. 12, 13, 14 O.C. Carries Nursery

Safety Deposit Boxes. DrIve. In Teller Package Specials Mrs. James McEachern, who Thousands of plants
celebrated their 46th wedding Trees
Fruit Trees-Shade

Night,, Deposits Full Loan Service I QUARTS Saturday.anniversary with friends last "Shoes Of Tht fisherman"Starring Evergreens

ANNOUNCEMENTThe Camellias & Azaleas

Old Stagg Barclay Gin Executive Board of the : Anthony Quinn MOST ALL IN CANS
KEYSTONE
( STATE BANK Church Women will meet at 1 FLANT ANY TIME
P.m. on September 22. This
'? $5.25 $4.95 Beautiful Roses -
:Member includes all elected officers,
F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. appointed committee chairmen, We plan to brine the best in entertainment to the LandscapingPhone

4 Tour Friendly Bank In Your Friendly) Barclay Bourbon J. W. Dant Scotch circle chairmen and co-chalr- Keystone D lve.fn and will appreciate your Patron 659-2165
men. Mrs. Ruth Greeson was
{' Community. $5.10 $5.99-appointed parliamentarian by age. 23 ML S. S. of Starke on

President Turknett. .Hwy',_ COat! forahon

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Yesterday I got hungry for a clump of the lilies then divide season.

simple plain cake made from Let's OBJlifGardenmg the mass of matted bulbs. With These new plants shoulc

SCRATCH. Hat'I made one the usual care and a bit of luck bloom within two to three years.
the lilies will hardly know that Many other "lily" bulbs are
like this below and ate a piece
warm. frosted the rest. they have been transplanted. ready for digging. Dr. T. J. ,
GRANDMA MOHR'S CAKE Also you can cut the bulbs Sneehan, ornamental horticulturist P. CALLSTANLEY

FROM SCRATCH: 1 cup white of your prized amaryllis to [ with the Agricultural
Incrase the size of the planting. Stations says that
Gmxa tv sugar 1/2 cup Crisco blend periment LYONSCONTRACT
; ;
'peU o well. Add 1 egg and 1/2 teas- '99 Hervey Sharp Editor The hobbyist can safely cut a bulbs can be dug any time after
fair sized bulb into six or eight being to turn yellow.
poon salt; beat well. Now add Florida Agricultural Extension the stems
pieces. The experts can divide Once the bulbs are dug store
Service
two thirds cup sweet milk, 2 PAINTING
happy days
the busy
Wherein
bulb into 60 .
the pieces.Regardless between
blue with white them at temperatures
have passed school under the sky heaping teaspoons baking pow-
of summer ;
of your classification and 50 degrees F. and do
40
Sometimes
grandchildrentake fleecy cloud .abl5ve. der and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Stir
begins care today of repairing, my and paint- airplanes roar Overhead, and I well. Now add flour to make a Hydrangeas are as fickle as -- amateur of expertbe -- not allow them to dry out PHONE 259-3084
bulbs
house. think of hour in 1963 I flew a- fairly stiff batter. I beat quite girls who tint their hair to match sure to cut the ver- If storage facilities are not
ing And my little while I look round the world. Such a grand well until there are no lumpsof the color of their boyfriend'scars. tically so that each piece has a available, plant the bulbs within MACCLENNY, FLA.

But every have gone to stay: trip and I took a boat to .the Crisco. I greased a pan portion of the stem tissue or one month from the tine
you basal the bulb attached.To .
The shadows miss you, as Holy Land and Africa first. about 12 x 8 and floured Itgood. Blue flowering hydrangeaswill part of insert these they were dug. Nearly dry
gather round your chair; I watch the big flocks of birds Pour in batter and bake slowly change to pink blossoms If propagate peatmoss is a good materialfor FREE Estimates Satisfaction GUARANTEED
they
The breezes long to fluff fly in front of me as I walk. at 350 degrees. It takes about lime is added to the soil. wedges of bulbs mixture Into flats of peat containing packing the bulbs for store
silver hair That is a sign that Fall Is near. 12 minutes to bake. Test witha How much lime? That depends a most
your The house still: stands the The purple Ironweed is In bud toothpick. When it comes out on the acidity of the soil. Trya moss and sand in equal parts.In bulb-. age.Most "lilies" deliver you a

home forever dead, and so is the yellow goldenrod :lean it Is done. I like a piece pound of hydrated lime fio a lets warm will begin weather to form small between better crop of flowers when

A tired grey shell from which blooms in September.The warm with a glass of milk. bushel-basket size dooryard the scales of the bulbs and they are dug once a year and

which the soul has fled. grapevines are gone from HELPFUL HINTS: Before plant and much smaller amount usually will be large enoughto the young bulbs are.removed EXTRA EXTRA
Ethel Runyon Knott. one fence where I used to eat starting to bake make a good for potted plants. For full pot off after one growing from the parent.
1 love the above poem for fall grapes. But I believe I suds in your sink or pan. As color change a second applica-
them in another spot. each utensil I tion be needed.To n_ ________
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surely has lost a dear loved There are near. a half dozen In the water to soak. Soon change pink hydrangeas to

one, perhaps by a tragic death.It new houss being built along the done. When traveling, be sure blue mix 3 ounces of aluminum .::: -"C,1\" '":' :.:. 100TOP
where I walk. Two of them to have addresses and sulfate in of ..
makes me think of Don, and road phone a gallon water. ... Ou ..
..
this August is the month on the are having wells drilled now. numbers of several relatives In Soak the plant roots with this :N"I.::: '" .
18th that he left to stay. It one is down 180 feet, another case of accident. found little solution. If the blue has not .*" ;:::
1 1: The
is always a difficult month for 135 but neither have struck a bell to ring when a meal is developed in a few days, give I Opening OfVAN'S :: VALUE STAMPSWITH

me to get through. It has been good vein of water. Most of ready will bring them all quicker the plant another shot at the

seven years now and I am usedto the houses are brick and lovely. than a shout. acid chemical.
living alone, and am happy Some will be tor sale but one Goethe the writer many years Hydrangeas do best in partial PLUMBING I

even when I weep for Don. It is being built by a War'Veteran ago said: "Nature is the visible shade. This is another tip from I THIS COUPON
is sad sweet sorrow. from Vietnam and they are expecting garment of God.," horticulturists with the Univer-
a ,
I brought two rocking chairs their first child I am Happy days, and my love and sity of Florida Agricultural Extension r'I' I AND
PURCHASE
from Nebraska. One a solid so glad for this nice young J prayers; . Service. Also if they SERVICE OF $5

oak rocker with brown leather, couple. He works In a factory "LOVE, LURA develop yellow leaves this
and that was Don's chair. The and makes good money. spring, it's probably iron ::11 OR MORE
other was Grandpa Mohr's My near neighbor to the north, chlorosis.To I COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL !!1
who lost his wife some time correct chlorosis add 4
rocker, which was mahogany ::::
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wood with black leather -a sort ago, has married a nice woman, ounces of ferrous sulfate to 5 REMODELING :gALL ::: ATGREEN'S

of contour style. When I had a teacher of music and also wasa gallons of water and apply to the 1# WORK GUARANTEED |
WAC In the Air Corps like I soil at the rate of onehalf
the flu last winter my pup got
bored and before I saw what was in War II. She got to go gallon per large plant. 11 Expert Workmanship 10 Yrs. Experience I 1;; GROCERY
I needed here
but
overseas, was Bulbs
he was about he ate the lea- .
ther low down along the edgeof at Maxwell Field, Ala. to help I I CN Now is a good time to divide 1 1 PHONE 964-6313 | BROOKER FLA.
teach radio code. That is whyI herbaceous
many perennials
the seat and pulled out the ::1:1:
stuffing. This Spring I took it went around the world 20 years "Nothing seems to make such as daylllles. All that is 3 Starke Florida ::1 jij::I EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 29. 1969

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upholstered in a lovely plastic -. as stepping on them.- ,-, ,-r ----- ..- .._ _. .__ -,.
in a black blue, and rose design -
ADDING MACHINE
and a footstool to match. ROLLS.
My grandson sat in It to watch File Folders complete One of- : CARL BEGGS

TV when he stay with us in flee supplies. The Telegraph D' :

Nebraska, so I gave it to him Phone 1644305. Gulf Service

for this birthday. We are all :WANTED Woman to pick USED PAR'rsTop
happy. I still have Don's chair. Price for Wrecked Car
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Hwy.
painter. one day a
NEW
taurant. 301 South. tfchg AND USED __ I
cottage watchman -
parent
,
so I heard something lame brands to choose from. 468-1998
ago INSURANCE
Up to IS IMHlnlmmn SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep AGENCYAuto
outside the house. I looked BUY EQUITY Lovely 3 bed cooks and clerks 1I'0und'keep Parts St excellent repairs all
out the window and there was mv room 2 bath, house. For particulars ( eIIup) <.:lr. truck driver. Five & Shallow Wells makes.\ Watson's House of lire! Homeowner SERVICE Small 'appliancesat !

darling Granddaughter April call 964-7649 or 964- Each word aver 15 .07 day week eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.

with a ladder, a bucket of white 6557. 4tchg 10-9 Mate. retirement, vacation, Expert Service On 3767110. tfchg Keystone Height 478-4602: Call St. Phone 964-5311. trchlfGAINESVILLE
Extra If not sick leave.
charge If
paint, with a scraper taking interested pleaseapply All Makes
I paid la advance .M in Personnel DID YOU KNOW It's to
care of the painting Job. Who- EXPERIENCED If your person Plumbing Service easy I
opee! The next evening she space heater needs cleaning Manager Sunland Tra1n- Phone own a Longchamp Home? !MEN! WANTED
came with her husband Steve contact Gordon W. Allen 964- M..ort.b. Revolution lOll Center. Gainesville Via. 964-7061 Better built for Florida! llv Men cottage
and he is now putting a new 7889. 3tchg 10.2 An equal opportunity employer DURRANCE PUMP ing. Your plant or our parents age over 21. Startingpay

roof on the lower part of my 7 oenta per word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu $295 month, promotion opportunities !
house where it has sprung FOR SALE Reg. Quarter ttehg ford Mitchell phone '64- and regular Increases .
two leaks. He is putting green Horse. First class. !game and CARDS OF THANKS 6853: P O. Box 238. Starke. In pay. 8 hour day. 5
shingles to match the garage race horse.( Phone Green Cove SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCEAT tf..f"C day week sick leave vacations.

and other high roofs that did Springs, 284-9502 after five. 1t 80 word or 1 Isle _'__ S.CO Letters Si Numbers for Interior REDUCED RATES state retirement. If Interested E -
not leak. They bring little and exterior use. .All sizes co AUTO. FIRE. BOAT please apply In person Personnel
Stephanie along who Is past FOR SALE59 English Ford Each word over 60 __ .07 lors. Bradford County Telegraph DOYLE E. CONNER Manager, Sunland Training! Center

three and I treat her to some $125. Wanted: 2 wheel trailer, tf INSURANCE AGENCY JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Gainesville. Fla.

kind of ice cream on a stick, single disc. Ph. 9647733. Itp OFFICIAL too* SPORTS An equal opportunity employ W
cookies, or what have,perhaps INSPECTION STATION PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to er. ..
Kool-ade. So life takes on a FOR SALE 3 bedroom, two Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30 P. M. $625. Take the drudgery out BAIRD MOORE BOAT TOR
bath home in Green Acres.
of paper work.-Bradford County -
festive time and
good.
Except Saturday 8.12 NoonHILL'S
Financed. 6 1.4 cent. Call Mobile YOUR MONET
This summer has not been per Telegraph. tf Homes ED WAINWRIGHT

very hot. The nights have been 964-5828. 3tp lag. GARAGEKeystone NEW and USED Starke Ph. M4-S781 AGENCYFor AD

cool and pleasant for sleeping.I FOR SALE1969 SINGER ZIGZAG Heights 8-10-12 Wide Complete Outboard & Stern All Your
seem not to have time enoughto Sewing Machine in console Telephone 473-4465 Help GainesvilleGood Drive Service and Repair. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
walk 1/2
3 but
miles my cabinet, like new. Sews on but Complete Fiberglass Repair.
pup and Idp often walk 2 miles. FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Quality In
tons, makes buttonholes, overcasts C u s t o m-built] Fiberglass
,1 again stop at the old orchardfor beds eleo. guitar, amplifiers, Reasonably Priced Mobile Home InsurancePh.
blind hems
monograms Fishing Boats.
an apple. I feel so well, refrigerators: day or week. DA- WantedTrainees Starke 964-6818
dresses, etc. Fully guaranteed.Can Gainesville 378.2785
-
so thankful 1 and happy_ as I walk- HMER'8. 964-7923. tf-Chg
be seen in your area.FULL
Serviced Guaranteed and I
BUY, SELL, TRADE: Used
PRICE $55.00 or terms available SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned, To Work in Bar Delivered In Starke Area :Furniture, Appliances Toys, WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash S. E. 2nd Ave. &
JacksonvilleBusiness
Call Credit Manager til 9 oiled and adjusted in your Joist Fabricating Plant. NO EXTRA COST 'roote. Wimberly's Trading er. Will pay cash or take In 2nd Street
Jacksonville. Collect: 3880785. home. 13.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs
2tp 9-25 also. All work guaranteed. APPLY AT US 411 N. 4501 NW 13th: Post, 7434 Blandlng Blvd., trade on anything. DAKMER'S. Near Post Office
Gainesville 378-2785:! .acksonvllle. tfchgMARY 9647923. tf-chg
Open 'Til.8 P.M.
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. Dennis E. Coggtns. Phone 431- Owen Joist Corpof
I 1428. Mohg SIB: VING MACHINES WILL BUY: Used. Appliances
File Folders, complete line office ;
suppUe The Telegraph Florida \Largest selections from which I II Furniture, TV'*, Stereos, anything I

Phone 964-6308. (to I choose. Pfaff, Ne chl. Nelco of value. DAHMER'S.
LINCOLN CITY ROAD !
her New Home. & Universal. BUYINGLAND
Bro"fD4i
-
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
i STARKE. FLA.UWLWULflJWWWL.
Directory FOR SALE-1958 Chevrolet V-8, REPAIR ALL MAKES.
[,Letters all sizes, colors. Permanent -
4-dr. H. T., P. S., A. T., R&H.
National Sewing for use on wood glass
Phone 964-7475 after 4 p.m.
rVolkswagen Large House And Ground
plastic metal leather.
Auto Sales and Service Itpd 9-15 Frame dwelling ((1440 sq. ft.) Machne Co., CARTERPAINTS INYTHINGBradford paper! County

Parrish MotorsSALES FOR SALE Gas range with large floor. metal 3 acres shop fenced with& cleared cement ;611 W. University: Ave 37S-1S55 Telegraph. tf Dixie Land Co.
big oven adapted to LP Gas. .
land. A. J. Thomas. Realtor, FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bedroom I- P. O. Box 158
Like $100. Phone 9646490.
new,
New FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur.
& Used Tel. 9645701. trailer outside city limits.J. .
Itohg Sales Service V1/IJ! nlshed house for adult-s. Also B. White 964- 114. tfchg St. Marys Ga.
SERVICE FOR RENT- 4 room and bath unfurnished ,
furnished and
VOLVO FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished 102 E. llrownlf* St.CAR .
PARTS house, conveniently loca- 1 MI. North of Tire Mall furnished apartment. Couple apartments.! 510 N. Cherry St. FOR SALE3 br. home car tfch-i

ted. Phone 9646841. 2tchg 9-25 GAINESVILLEFOR only, no p.eh. Call 964-6852. tfchgCAPER pet in L. R., and D. R. and I

Always Good Used-Can. tfchg I hall. IV bath, built-in kitchen 3 to 8 acre tracts
FOR SALE2 bedroom home. enclosed garage central heat.
little clearl'itf
Pretty woodland
921 Laura St. Ph. 3S6-SS54 LABORERS WANTED Per
Large kitchen and living room Call 964-7541. tfchg
Near school 3 2 Bath
B-R.
SALE Concrete blockhouse : manent position, all company
tile bath, hardwood floors car
; 3 bedroom 1 bath, cen- 'benefits. Minimum starting WANTED LISTINGSOn 100' Keystone Lake. $17,500
and nice
KT.FfTRK1 MOTORS port porch on corner tral heat A Corner 3 B-R. bath large L-R modern
atr-oondlttoning. rate
lot; $4,400. Phone 964-7582, $1.71 per hour. Apply Homes and Acreage. Buyers
mornings. tfchg lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohgTUNINfc Southern Wood Preserving Co., SALES Waiting Strout Realty. Reg. Kitchen Patio Utility

PEAVY Brothers Baldwin, 8 a.m. to 4 pjn. WASH Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. $11,000 FHABusiness
FOR SALE Northern Bob 4tchg 9-18 2920 Waldo Road Ph. 964-6609 Starke Fla. Property at busy Intersection

Electric Co. Whites, Tennessee Reds, Gambrels Gainesville 376-OS91 Choice locationS.
and Button Quail. Rt. 1, REPAIRING FOR SALE Around 400 .balesof Authorized Dealer"Starcraft" FOR RENT Lake front cot E. McKay 473-481)

Electric MotorsSold Box 206 Branford Fla. 32008. !good Coastal Bermuda Hay "Dreamer" WE MAKEKEYS tage, furnished, week or month. Associate!: Mrs. Melba. HKPII
Phone 935-2184. ltchg MELODY PIANO to be cut in bales. I 'on't have\ Keystone Heights, 473-4186 call 473.4740
Serviced Repaired storage room. Ph 964-6114 J. "Wheel Camper"Travel !after 5 p.m. tfchg Keystone Heights
Generators Starters Armature MUST LIQUIDATE business SERVICE B. White tfchg! Trailers: Truck I
Rewinding. location.( Vacant deep lot, 117' Campers Fold Dowrs I MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Home( FOR SALE 1 double bed

34014 Lenox Jax.: 387-2528 front, on US 301 North, edge of FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished SALES A SERVICE i I'' Park Trailers! and spaces with boxsprlngs.. mattress /and

Starke. 964-6240 or 721-3567. apartment. Lights, wa Will keep children In my home for rent. Phone 964-7498. headboard. ; 1-table with round

PIANOS "* Jacksonville. 2tp 9.25 ter furnished. phone 964-5884 or ANTIQUES BOUGHT & sold, luly., dally or weekly. Mrs. 8tchg 10-16 formica top and 4 formed' fiber-

870 W. Call St. tfchj furniture refinished, upholster Bryan 314 N. Church St. Phone FOR RENT Attractively fur. Bias chairs with cushions; Re.

YAMAHA PIANOS Used Furniture Phone 3785497Gainesville PAYROLL ENVELOPES ing cabinet work antiques restored 9641043. 4tp 9-18 nished 2 bedroom house. Adults. frigerator 10 cu. Ft., like new;

CONN and KIMBALL Fla. Bradford County: Telegraph.Ph to their original beauty. 513 E. Washington. Gladys 2 Grey and Black striped mo.
ORGANS SPECIALSREFRIGERATORS 984-8305. Call C. E. Jackson 1313 Madison FOR SALE 14 ft. deep fre- Harrington 337 N. Walnut St. dern upholstered chairs; 1 bony

Rebuilding, -_ RefinishingVICTOR St., Stark Phone 9645370. ez!. $75. Phone 9647315. It tfchgFOR wooden bench; 1 modern( Danish -

FOR RENT 2 bedroom house, tfchg chair with two black cushions. -
SEMI DRIVERS NEEDEDMen
start at $40 partly furnished. 203 E. Jack- SALE Large frame Ph. 473-4938. Fridays
1 ,ELECTRIC RANGES I son St. Phone 964-6314. Itp FOR RENT Furnished 2 that want to become pro- house and grounds: 2 corner 5:30: p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturdayand
start at 7.50 ELECTRIC TAlLY. bedroom, alr-condltlored: ; cottage fassinal drivers now earning lots. Funrlture and Income. Sunday 10 am. to 9 pm.
SOFA & CHAIRone MASTER Add :Machines with FOR SALE 1966 Chev. Super on Crystal Lake. Phone $3.50 anl uo. Experience not Terms. 964.7271 by appointment 2t 9-18
subtraction. SPECIAL. this Sport V-8; $450. Phone 964-6512. 2thg 9-18 re: :ssary. Placement Service tfchg .
only $40 ;month only. $69.95. Ideal for 9645805Up ricer short training with us. FOR RENT Unfur. 2 b h m

BEDROOM SUITE .home or light office work. FOR SALE '62 Dodge station Fr application write Safety REDUCE safe and fast with house nice location space for
start at $35 Bradford County Telegraph tf WANTED iPoVs Framers wagon. Air-conditioned.: PB & Director, Nation Wide Semi DIvision GoBese tablets and E-Vap garden etc, in city limits.S50 ;
KIM.] ALL "SWINGER" All items reduced for Piece work, will train. Per- PS, 318V8. automatic electric 1523 W. Memorial Boulevard "water pills. Andrews Drugs. mo. Ideal for retired<1 cou-

ORGANS year end close out SWAP OR SELL one very comfortable manent with company benefits. tailgate; $400. Phone 9646512. Lakeland!, Fla. 33801, or lOtp 11-20 ple. Ph. 9645801. 4tp 10-0
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 Bring your truck and, reclining! chair In extra Base to start, $1.72 to $1.82. 2tehg 9-18 call 8136835975. 2tchg 9-18
good condition; color burnt Average hourly) rate after ex FOR SALE Purple tip FOR RENT 2 bedroom'

save. orange for rocking! chair In extra perlence) over $2.50 hour. Apply HOUSE FOR RENT emi- WANTED Full time service crowders: $1.00 hamper you >ouse. Ideal for couple or email

WESTERN STORE good condition. Prefer traditional Southern 'Wood Preserving: Co., furnished at 631 Lafayette st., station attendant Must be pick them. Bring your own con family. Convenient location.

styling.! Make reasonable Baldwin Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Inquire at 628 Lafayette for information reliable. Phone 473-4793 or tainer. Harold K. Norman. Ph. 250 N. Bay St. Ph. 4733051.

LITTLE DUDE offer. Ph. 7823896. It 2tchg 9-25. 2tp 9-18 964.6707. tfchg 782-3888. Itchg Itchif

Mobile I "
Homes
ADDING MACHINES: Manual .
Western Store 784 S. LANE AVE.JIACKSONVTIA I or electric. For sale or RCA 18"PORTABLE DAHMER'S SYLVANIA 21"

FLA. rent. Add subtract credit bal W. HONO" ry/4
Western Clothing Leather once Bradford County Teleirraph. master
1 charge COLOiRiireTube
goods, Saddle and Trailers TV DISCOUNT HOUSE with
Charles Sharon Patty LEGAL FORMS. Bradford FILING CABINETS. Typewriter TH> IMTIMIANK CAM BANKAMERICARO.

I 003 S. Edgvwood SM-U19 County Telegraph. Ph. Standa, Desk. Chain,' i $69.95

9646305. Safe. Bradford Count.L..i Ph. 964-7923 $299.95 1I'lh l/l tnl

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