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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 25, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Study Set ,..t .u l"F'i -
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... JIt. hearing on Central Trick
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"'!' Lines' petition to dtse retinue ing over In Jacksonville wait-
i its commission agency in Ing to be picked up by the Starke

..... Starke, operated by Billy Jack office Central representativessay.
son, has been rescheduled for Shipments will be direct Bill Rosser by
By CouncilA 9:30: a.m. Monday, Sept. 29. to Gainesville from such! 60 votes, Deputy Sheriff

Originally set for Thursday, major points as Birminghamand Ken Fuqua, former assis-
Sept. 18 the hearing before Jacksonvl'le.! they contend. tant chief under Rosser,
representatives Florida Pub- The Chamber bell<3I1'J'I it
defeated the former chief
lic Service Commission was would be inconvenient for
study to determine what it costs the City of very
postponed a wee's' ,v'ien:. a court the Starke business to be shift in Starke voting Tuesday.
Starke to produce and distribute a kilowatt of electric stenographer was available. ed to the Gainesville office. A

power has been ordered by the City Council. Central filed an application major drawback! tae: Chamber Voters were apparently in

1 h in July with the Public Service contends, would be In pickups the mod for new face as 1 534&
Auditor Ned Scott has been pointed out that the amount ot w& Commission to close Us Starke which would have to be readyon of them a big number for a
employed by the Council to current the city; consumes for agency. a preset schedule. second primary In the city,
break down the electric utility street lights and other uses TheBoard of Governors of (Editor's Note: In The "Tele turned out to overwhelmingly

; expenses into productioncosts should also be known since if > the Bradford County Cham- graph's story on the hearinglast 'boost Jimmy Bowen, with 933
distribution costs, and power is purchased citizens *' .r. Tex w' mr,4. 0+' ber of Commerce went on rec- week we misquoted the votes, into the Croup city
administrative costs attributedto will still have to pay those a ord as opposing Central application Chamber as saying it would be council sent over Incumbent

the power plant. City fathers costs. ', g on Sept. 4. That body "very convenient" to have the Gerald William! : who had 342.
including Bond Trustee Discussion of whether .)r not .. passed a resolutlii' askt.v; a Central office shifted to Gainesville Newcomer Bowen l ld the
Cliff Hazen, met with the city it may be cheaper to purchase public hearing In Starke on the .)'
council all the
race way polling
auditor last Thursday, Sept. power from outside' sources' matter.
Agency operator Billy Jack-
700
votes In the first
18, In special session at 5 than to enlarge the city plant has Calves For Scrambling The letter was returned to son is also opposed to Cen- when! Williams had 514 primary and
p. m.The been raised primarily by the Chamber office hers sod: tral's move. He points out
study will cover five years Councilman Nell Tucker. never reached the Public Service salaries and other Mrs. Maurice White 4)3. Bowen(
about 300 revenue
animal As-
These are four of the eight Black pounds per says won overwhelmingly! in the second -
1963 through 1968, the Council City officials estimate that at sistant Commission. The Cham- would be lost to Bradford
Angus calves Bradford youngsterswill County Agent Bobby Taylor, primary with a 393 vote
decided at Scott's suggestion.It the present rate of increase ber learned a hearing was set County should be agency,
to which the city is using cur- chase and win in the annual Calf who bought the animals. when one of its members read: which he has operated here for margin. Williams U completing -

was Scott's down suggestion into those rent, the firm capacity of the Scramble coming up October 11 at the Twenty Bradford County youngsters a legal notice in the Gainesville 26 years, be moved. :Neither: hU first! term.
break the costs
Fuqua had 790 votes to Rosser'a
after the officials power plant will be exceeded Fairgrounds.This have already won animals suchas Sun.Central does Jackson support Central's -
three catagories 730
discussed at length whether some time next year. Loss of these in two previous scrambles.The maintains it will be contention that service wouldbe Tuesday In the hotly
able to provide better serviceto fought chiefs race. The deputy
the plant improved
firm capacity means
or not to include the would be unable to supply the :superb stock was purchased calf scrambles are designed to Starke by serving this area sheriff, a veteran of seven

costs of distributing power to needs of the city at peak load from the Union County farm of Mrs. provide boys with quality calves to from its Gainesville office with years on the city police dopait-:

homes and businesses current.in the should the largest engine in Evelyn Dennett. They will average aise the quality of beef in the county. Gainesville city drivers. This merit led In the first primary
of producing
expense Councilman Gerald Williamsled the plant fail. Officials are con- 3 Given Sept. 9 with 770 votes. Risser
vinced that in the near futurean stayed In the running with 63-t:
to that all
the opposition increased power supply will second place votes, and Police
method saying the
inclusive ,
will still have the expenseof be necessary. Commission Holds Chief Bobby Biggs was ousted
city
Up Time At
distributing current to its Electrical Engineer Gordon with only 308 votes.

citizens even if it is decidedto Friday of Reynolds, Smith, and Rosser was 12B votes behind
purchase current from private Hills, has leaned toward another Fuqua In the first prlrmiy. He
bond issue to finance enlarge- picket up! 68 votes, leaving him
Scott sources.estimated it will take ment of the power plant. Coun- Plea DayThree 60 down In the final voting

about 80 hours of work to com- cilman Tucker has pushed for Tuesday.
the an investigation to determine Adopting OrdinancesAdoption
in the
plete the study depth
Bowen's 700 votes In the first
if 'rom out-
Council has asked him to. He purchasing power persons were sen-
said he would put a staff mem- side sources might be cheaper tenced to the county jail after primary lad all candidates with
ber on the job immediately and than borrowing funds to again entering pleas of guilty when opposition. It 1'? hU first try in
enlarge the plant. The Council they appeared before County city politics.
not delay in gathering knew the his Coun-fig- has also discussed financing of ordinances to "which may be divided among they need it or not." who is working with the County Judge Theron A. Yawn Tues- Voting remained henvy'TteJday.

ures because he information in a new engine with local finan- contribute money' to fire departments any organized fire' departmentsin The ordinance states "all volunteer fire department effort day at Plea Day. dropping less! than 200
cil wants the a cing to avoid the interest payments in the county and to said county in whatever a- county Fire Departments," said he had thought con- Lucian Moise Gauthier pled votes from the 1,72J! persons
hurry. of another bond issue. control dogs has been postponed mounts are deemed necessaryto Shuford pointed out and that tribute funds only to the departments guilty to driving without a valid which voted In the first pri
The auditor charges $15 per Last enlargement of the power by the Bradford: County Com- assist such fire departmentsin includes the City of Starke at Brooker, Ham- license and to speed too mary. City Clerk Merrill Ed-

hour. At 80 hours that would plant was completed in mission. the"performance of their du- Fire Department. pton, and Lawtey to get them fast for conditions. In each wards had predicted a 400 vot3
come to $1,200. KW Either ordinance would have ties. Shuford stated again he Shuford out sentenced to five
1968 when a 1,750 capacity started. pointed case, he was drop for Tuesday.
It would be worth that sev- Worthington generator was been the first passed by the It was tirst suggested by doesn't think it the Intention that people who live in Starkeare davs in jail plus $1 court costs. Two Incumbents won a rs-

eral times over to have the installed and additions made to county under its new found home Commissioner Zedra Hamiltonthat of thecommisslon to contributeto taxpayers too, and that it Before imposing the sentences turn to their seats In the first
information available, Chair- the plant at a cost of over rule powers. The Commission consideration of the ordinance city fire departments, but would be an inequity to give Judge Yawn noted that primary Sept. 9.Mayor .
man Orle Wlvcrins said. half million dollars. discussed both at length Mon- be tabled until the only to the Bradford County funds to city departments and Gauthier had been at Plea Day Carl Hurst gAined a
The study, as well as Thurs- Tucker also told the Coun- day night in its midmonth next regular .nesting Oct. 6. Fire Department. He under- exclude Starke. last month for driving withouta
second full term with 966 votes,
day's meeting, was asked by cil that a Drooosal from Flo- meeting. Shuford then said if the Com- stands, the chairman said, the If it takes contributing to all license. "You don't learn besting! challenger Nolan Wood-,
Councilman Neil Tucker. Be- rida Power & Light to sup- Chairman Dave Shuford rai- mission sets up a certain a- county fire department would departments to get fire pro- very easy do you," Judge Yawn
fore he passes judgement on ply current to the city is forth sed objections to the ordinance mount of funds to go automa- assist the city fire departmentswhen tection covering the entire told him. burn by 239 votas.Councilman .

whether the city should purr coming. which would allow the county tically to each fire department necessary. Following the sentencing, the Jimmy McRae
the to contribute annually funds "they would expect it whether Commissioner Ralph Bryan, (Continued on Page Star) another
chase power or enlarge .... Judge warned Gauthier that if won term In his Group
present city power plant, Tucker he were again convicted he was 2 post by defeating Mrs Elvlrla

said, he wants the study. :..:..;..:..:.............,..... ................................................. .. ...... ......... ....... ......... .............................................. ... ... ..................................... ..... . going to get the maximum jail DeVoe by 227 votes. 933 to 706.
After discussion with Auditor .... .*:.x.:::::::::::.................. ..... .. .. ..... ..-.m..4 Budget Compnison.:.:...:...........................................,... ,,.... ,.,................................................................,..,.,A... term allowed by law. Clerk Edwards was unopposed -

Scott last Thursday, the Coun- David A. Nichols was sen- this year but polled 1,323
cil voted unanimously to have another five days if he did not votes and a sixth term in the
the Information gathered.It pay the fine. Nichols pled guilty first primary.

Cities Without Power PlantsEditor's to speeding 110 mph. Holdover council members,
has been embarrassing to After explaining that convic- who face re-elestion In 1970.
him, one official admitted, to tion would mean a mandatoryjail are Chairman One Wiggins(
be unable to answer citizens sentence, Judge Yawn accepted -
when they ask how much mo- ( Note: This is the $81,000; bonds and fines $12.- $140,000; sewer charges, $30- Light franchise tax, $24,000 erage number of gallons used by the plea of guilty made Nell and Councilmen Tucker. P. T. Noln: and

ney the power plant makes each third article in a series In 600. These monies go into the 000; utility tax, $80,000; fines (Florida Power and light Com- a family of four during a month by George Robert Dllllnger,
year. 'I've had to tell them I which we attempt to comparethe general fund budget. In addition and forfeitures, $22,000; cig- pany furnishes the Sewer); natural lie suggested 10,000 gal- charged with driving while his
don't know" the oniciaf said. operation of the City of the replacoment and renewal arette tax. $38.000; power andHalloween gas purchase $133,000. lons. In Starke 10,000 gallons license was suspended or revoked -
All he could tell people, he Starke with other area towns fund in the utilities budget cost $3; In Live Oak $6.20 and Dllllnger received 10 CUBE Post
said, was that he thought the which do and do not own power gets $7,500 from' the utility In Chattachocheo $1.50 (act- days and $13.50 fine.
plant pays for other expenses plants. As before we do not revenue fund and this of
power but U ually 10,000 gallons In that town Entering pleas not guilty
the police, fire, intend to draw consUslons, is used for such expensesas
such as money
"r.- cost 50(5( but the minimum were five persons. Is Resigned
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and street departments.If to Impart information about the extending water and. sewer
charge Is $1.50.)
the cost figure comes out utility and tax structure of lines. iI (Continued on Page Pour)
; Sewer rate -- Starke and
sort of low". City Clerk Mer- Starke with other towns.) Live Oak, population about .,-" "" .:." ." Chattahooc> 'nve! flat ratesof .

rill Edwards pointed out, the 7.5000, budgeted $780,000 for $1.50 and $2.50 a month for By KellerJ.
first thing people will want to By Linda Staab 68-69 and taxed Its citizens 7 rf t = y yj residential use. repectively. AccidentsInjure
1 2
don't reduce mills.With taxable property ;
know Is why we ;
Live minimumof
Oak.charges !a
How does a city's budget look Franklin Keller Baker
costs." when the city dues not own a worth $16,000,000, this brought ; -- 1Is $1 and a maximum of $: 'i. No OneTwo County educator who. has been

Councilman P. T. Nolin. power plant? What does it costa in Other$112,000. .' ; .., chairman of the board of directors -
citizen to live in such a town major water sources of Income .- ,III 4 Trash and garbage!: collectIon of CUBB Economic
were: revenue .
and what services are avail- I s.' i -- Starke charges its residents accidents Involving over Agency since its inception four
able to him? nothing. Live Oak also
$4.000 in property damage took: years ago, leslg.ied from that
Two .. .. charged. nothing for 68-69 but
Charged ..J. place on highways south of position Monday night.
Nell attempt to answer some .. the city clerk said it would Starke over the weekend. Elected to replace Keller was

of these Live Oak questions, population by lookingat about With B & EAt r-"".. t 1'" probably month for being residences charging in, $1 1969-per David Wayne Jones, 21. Charles F. Holmes who is

USAF. 1110 Pratt St., escaped employed< by the Clay countyBoal'd
8,000 and Chattachoochee, pop ISm 70. Chattachoochee charges
i ulation about 4800. City Clerk Station at '. $1.50. uninjured when a left front tire of Public Instruction.
Merrill Edwards suggested on his 1963 Ford blew out Keller resigned became the

these two towns as being similar Thieves hit the James Waters Ra Streets -- Starke doss not assess about 2 a.m. Saturday, causing Atlanta: Office of Economic
in size when The Telesranh Enco Station 800 S. Wai. am D r !.!!! him to iose control of the car, Opportunity pointed out that
Football started looking into the electric nut St.. on the night of Sept property owner i) 'wild leaving the highway and hit CUBB was not folowtng the
==:: ::1|= new streets, nor does Live ting the west side of a bridge
; rate-town budget situation sev- 18 and male:: off wlh an assortment Green Am?ndh1ent. This amendment -
1 Here :; eral weeks ago. of items with an estimated Candy Oak. Chattahoochee owners 2/3 of assassesproperty the cost }'a 11. says: that to be eligible -
While each city Is unique and value of $300. with each side Jones was travelling northat for election to the boardof
of streets
: really accurate comparlonsarealmost Darrell Thomas Strong 19. What do )''U do when your boss Is selling Halloween candy? of new the street *>.;ing assessed the time, and was alone. an economic agency, one
:i::: Bradford HiI ::: impossible, perhaps it and Boyd Maxwell O'Ncul, 18. You buy, n. did SouihsWe! l Elementary Phys Ed Instructor 1/3 of the cost The accident occurred 6.8 miles must live in the area which the
will help to gain a better understanding south of Starke on U. S. 301. .
'both of Lakeland, have been agency serves.Although
m Mike Sext"n Ills principal diaries Frances<< center
and Olin
I it Vs' of Starke by look- charged wUCi; brsakingand:! : Fire Deparment -- Starke No charges were made. Dam- Keller work in
I.; in at some aspects of these entering and eraul: larceny in While, local druggist members of the Starke Clvltan Club has five full time paid firemen age was estimated at $600. Baker County, he lives in Jack.
'' other cities. connection with the which annually soils Halloween<< Candy put the pressure! << on. :and budgeted $34,571 for James Janes Jr.. 24-year-old son vllIe.
| Bishop Kenny 1: case.
111 Taxes and total budget -- Both arc in custody in Bar- Clvltan member will be around door-to-dour shortly gelling-. G8-G9.! Live Oak has seven Negro U. S. Army home address A plaque was awarded to

1|1 8 P. M. 1 1 Starke, population about 6,000, tow Fla. and under $3,000 bond the Trick. or 'Fr<*at randy for $1 per bag.We'r. full time firemen and two Coleman Fla., was un- Keller "in recognition of fouryears
has
a total of $1,038-
budget
fire staUj'H: and bUdgeted$53192. ,- Injuded when: he lost control of
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each.A of meritorious serviceto
( kidding/ folks. After piling for the paper, Sexton
I Chattahoochee has a volunteer his car: turning from U. S. 301
Friday, Sept. 26 j i 000.Since 1963 Rambler station wagon handed White's back but he did CUBB" for "a man whocared.
the power plant accounts money promise! to buy later). Ira :ilojxirtment but the onto SR 221 about 2.8 miles "
and of tools .
tin assoi l Uncut
. for abodt half million, budgeted $11,584 for equip south of Statke
one city at 7 pm. Sunday -
;>1i rhls Space Contributed 1:=!; Starke's budget will be consid- were stolen torn tho station. ment. : The dilver's father. Jam Elected to replace Holmes

{11 Weekly to Publicize 11|! erably higher than the two towns During' the Initial investigation:! : Chattachoocheo had a budgetof electricity from Southeastern es Jones. Sr.. 44, of Hampton as secretary of the board; was
55 Chevrolet Fannie E. Oewar
a pickup, stolen Miss a pub-
without power plants. Taxes of $611,687 and taxable property : Tower Administration: 1:1-: Recreation Department was also uninjured.
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by ij; in Jacksonville found lic health in County.
: J. waa nurse Clay -
# 7.5 mills brought in $85,313on worth 4879998. 'Ihc I.- berUm( Ga., and from Florida Starke. with a director and Troop R. W. Pace repotted
The j taxable property of 11443. near Waters' station, accur'.Iing 75 mills tax brought in $8- Power Coporation. It sells this assistant director, budgo.'od! : that Jones lost control of the .
.. Community p 953. In addition to taxe".Starke's to Chief Deputy D"lph RcJdUh. 593. Population is estimatedat electricity to its citizens for $24,415. Live Oak has a program car while making the: turn slid Only other positive action taken -
:.::.: State Bank :f:r: major sources of Income were: On riUjy, Itho lOtlv.! Uw 4.800. less than Starke sells to Its : Jointly sponsored by Su- off the left side of the road and by the CUBB Board at
'i utility system revenuo fund, Rambler wagon' and most of Other major souces of l income citizens. wannee County and that city struck! a telephone pole. Dam its monthly meeting was a
i Arrounta" Now Insured .1 $75,000; utility service tax fund the tools were found abandonedIn were: cigarette tax, $60- Water rate -- Since water spent $8,600 for its recreation age to the car was listed at decision to request VISTA Vol-
f: Up to 115.000 by :f|;:. Includes revenue from 10 per Bellcvlcw, Fla. Most ol the 000; garbage collections, $19- rate schedules are often iult<3 de-wrijneat. Chattahoocheehas 3500. The driver was charged unteers to work in the four-

; ;.; )!: cent utility tax$61,000miscel-; stolen Items ,were recovcred.RedclJ.sh 000; transfer from utility fund complicated, we asked Clerk no director and four s.nall
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Of Interest To. 'T: 1', Stork Shower Duplicate Bridge

For Mrs. DukesAt Winners NamedMrs.


Warren HomeMrs. Lex Green and Mrs. O.

WOMEN J. McGriff Sr. were east-west
J. C. Dukes was honoredat :
winners at the Starke Duplicate
iVY" a stark. shower Thursday
Bridge Club Tuesday night
: night, Sept. 18, given by Mrs.
*** <*<* 0 Gladys Mooly: Phone 96<1-7608* Arnold Griggs and Mrs. J. D. with a core of 24'i. Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar wel'eiSecond
'Warren, at the home*of the with 19.NOlth.south .

A. R. Normans latter. winners were

Observe 35th'Anniversary Arrangements .of fall flowers Ri $ Mrs. J. D. Odom and Mrs.
and: roses were used in the
I IK George Miller with 22'i. Mrs.
party rooms. Edward Burns and Mrs. Martha
Mrs. Grlggs greeted guests Moore were second with
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Nor- at the door and pinned an identifying 1814.

man entertained at their home : miniature diaper on Overall winner was:: the Me-"
on East:: Call Street Sunday % each with Mrs. Robert Barks- Griff Green team.
g from 8:30 to 10 p.m. on their : dale winning the ,door: prize. The weekly tournaments: are
35th wedding :anniversary The refreshment table was open to the public: and start at
Mr. Norman greeted guestsat covered with' a cutwork cloth 17 p.m. each Tuesday I In the
the (door and invited them i and centered with a large stcrk. Pratt Street Recreation Center.
fiic Into the Florida room where Mrs. Emma Badman presidedat The first round of duplicate

Mrs. Norman served wedding t the punch bowl. starts at 7:45.:
cake and lime punch. Several games were played!

The table was covered, witha and prizes awarded. Thomas-Padgett
white linen and lace cloth The hostesses presented the UDC To MeetW.
honoree with a baby clothes Engagement ToldThe
centered: with a tall white arrangement -
of chrysanthemumsand hamper decorated with nursery T. Weeks chapter UDC
animals. will meet Wednesday. Oct. I, at
silver dish.
gladioli In a engagement of Miss Bonnie -
invited 3:30: at the home of Mrs.
p.m.
candela- Twenty-five guests were -
This was flanked by Thomas to Craig Padgettis
to attend between the O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W.
white
bra holding tall tapers. announced by her parents,
eb The two-tiered weeding;! cake hours. 7:30: and 9:30: p.m.Baxley'Prevatt Mr and Mrs. Russell Thomasof Kincaid.,

graced one end of the table Starke. Mr. Padgett is the ;;%,W.xjf ..-
and a silver punch bowl on the son of Vernie Padgett and Mrs. w"
other end. Harold Starling of Lawtey. tV -

A low bawl of orange zinnias rL.c. Miss Thomas Is employed at w.

was used in the living room Dr. Harry Gruen's office and / .
with other arrangements placed Mr. Padgett Is employed at Food 0/; :.stf.,
Fair. .
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throughout the party rooms.
Gloria Jean McKinney L. The wedding will take place
Approximately\ sixty guests Terry. Jones Nov. 7 at 8 p.m In the Pine
were invited, to attend Wed In Waldo Methodist Church Rites Level Baptist Church with a
Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Mrs. M. reception following in the Ask

A. Payne, Mrs. John C. Greene. Wedding vows were exchangedby Little Miss Patty Walden church Fellowship Hall.
Mrs. James V. Crosby, and Gloria June McKinney and served as flower girl, wearinga All friends and relatives are Charles'p'
"-< Mrs. T. B. Harding Sr. assisted, Terry Lee Jones in a double street length dress of yel- Invited to attend.EvansSmith.
in serving. ring ceremony on Saturday, low. She carried a basket of r
Aug. 30, at 3 p.m. in the Waldo yellow rose petals.

Linda Hope Paterson Becomes Bride Methodist Church. The pastor Donald Vickery cousin of the
Rev. Joseph Fulford presided.The bride. served as ring-bearer.' Johns

Of Mr. King In Presbyterian Church'Miss bride is the daughterof A reeeotfon was held in the
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Mckinney church Fellowship Hall. M Of interest is the marriageof About, This Question:
Linda Hcpe Paterson, white pompoms and loops of of Starke. Mr. Jonesis The bride's table was cover- Mrs. Anna Ruth Evans,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert emerald satin. The flower girl the son of Mr. and Mrs. ed with a white linen cloth daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ed- 'Fire, windstorm. explo-
Paterson of Brownlee carried a white basket with Thomas Jones of Martlnsville, and centered with a three- ward Schwab of Cocca to William sion
other
or physical
road, and William Wallace yellow rose petals.A Va. tiered wedding cake topped witha Emory Smith of Titus-
Arrangements of white mums miniature bride and damage can cause a loss of
King jr., son of Mr and Mrs reception was held at the groom. ville. The wedding toolc placein
and yellow roses, against a Mrs Dewey McKinney servedthe rental income for several
William King Sr. of Keystone Starke Country Club where the parsonage of Grace
Heights, were united! in marriage guests were greeted at the delabra background were of palms used In and decor-can- bride's cake and Miss Peg- !Methodist Church at Merrill Island months in offices or mer-

Saturday Sept. 6, at 4:30: door by Mrs. J. R. Kite. Decor ating the church. gy Carolyn Fulford Redding poured, sister punch.of Mrs.the ; on Thursday, Sept. 18, at cantile buildings.

p.m. in the First Presbyterian ating the reception room were Nuptial music was provided by bride, kept the bride's book. 8 p.m. Does the Charley E. Johns
Church with Rev. Robert D. fern trees with garlands of Mrs. Pat Weathers, pianist. The bride chose a white street The couple will reside on Agency !supply insuranceto
Burch performing the nuptials. baby breath and baskets of Given in marriage by her length dress with yellow accessories Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Sappof Merritt Island where Mr. reimburse such loss of
Decorating the altar were white gladioli: mums and pom father, the bride wore a floor complemented with a Lawtey announce the en- Smith is employed at Cape rental income?"
two pedestal baskets of gladioli, poms. length gown fashioned with an white orchid corsage from her gagement of their daughter, Kennedy.
mums, pompoms and carna- Standing in the receiving line organza and lace bodice witha bridal bouquet for her traveling Brenda Carol Baxley to Wayne Among those attendIng were Charley E.
tions against, a background of were Mrs. William Jackson, the square scalloped neckline accented costume. Laverra Prevatt, son of Mr. Mrs. A. W. Anderson, grand-
two tree candelabras and archcanelabras bride and groom, their: par- with irrldescents. The After a short wedding trip and Mrs. j, D. Prevatt Jl', also mother of (the bride and Mrs. JOHNS AGENCY
:: with burning white ents, and attendants.The long sleeves ended in calla through North Florida and the of Lawtey. Olive Gregory of Gainesville,
coyer lily points over the wrists. panhandle the Wedding plans will be an- aunt of the bride.
tapers and: four palm trees. brida's table was young couple now. 131 So. Walnut St.
The bouffant skirt of lace tiers
Mrs. E. M. Davis and Mrs. ed: with a white organdy cloth reside in Starke nounced later.
into train and Phone 964-5070
swept a chapel
W. E. Dowlingr! provided a pro- and centered with a 3-tlsred
gram of wedding music. wedding cake topped with a featured a full apron-shaped .
overskirt of sheerest
Given in marriage by her white orc'.ild' a replica of the organza

father, the bride wore an A-line bride's bouquet. ,Ins was balanced PrevattGutshallMr., edged two with tier pouf lace.of Her illusion veil wasa attached We Hope You Have

empire gowns, fashions4; of slip ;! by two silver candelabra to a forward cap of Adequate Fire |
and Mrs. J. C. PrevattJr.
per satin and ,soutache, featur- decorated with pompoms, yel- pearls and Irridescents, form-
ing a scooped, necklne with low sweetheart roses and yel- announce the engagementof ing an open flower. Her bou-
scutache and pearls encirclingthe low streamers. Gracing one end their daughter, Wanda Lou, quet consisted of white mums
neckline! and the long table low to Allen Emory Gutshall of and accented witha
of| of the was a arrange- yellow roses Insurance
On
sleeves. Pearl lace motiveswere ment of yellow iswe':\Uii.ut Gainesville.Ths white orchid in the center. Your Home

scattered on the I remov- roses, white pompoms ani car- Miss Bennye Fulford was
able Watteau cathedral train. nations. Mrs. L. V. Hardln and bride-elect Is a 1969 maid of honor and Mrs. Bar-
Her headpiece was silk imported Mrs. Guy Andrews cut the graduate of Bradford High bara Ellison, sister of the bride,
': English illusion: appllqued bride's cake. School and now lives In Gainesville was the only other attendant.

with Alencon lace flowers scat The punch table was covered Miss Fulford was attired In a
tered with' pearls. She carried with a white organdy cloth and, floor length gown of lime green t 2L
Mr. Gutshall is a 1966 graduate satin. Mrs. Ellison wore floor
white Bible from Jerusalum,
\ held, two silver punch bowls and '
of Suwannes County High
blue
length sky crepe gown.
given to her by her grandparents candelabra drapedwith
; two silver
In the U. S.
School! Ha served Both attendants carried yellow
topped with white yel sweetheart
a pompoms, yellow -
Army and attended one year nosegays.
low-throated orchid with a .
roses and yellow strea at Santa Fe Junior! ColUge. He Thomas Jones served as best
, spray of ivy and feathered; mers. Misses Donna Green and is now employed at New Enter- man. Ushers were James and

carnations. Susan Reed presided, : at the prises in Gainesville.The William Jones, brothers of the
Terry Lee King was best punch bowls. groom. ?L ( .,

man, and the ushers were Jchn Miss Sandra Haas kept the wedding Is set(! for Dec- hLi a R M 9 d"
Arthur Reddish, Charles Hall, bride's book. Floor hostesseswere ember 6 at 7 p.m. at the Advent Co /
Robert Paterson III and Larry Susan Autry, Cindy Sink, Christian Church in Live Oak. Ladies Golf

Llnsen. Susan Salazar, Nancy Gay, Joy AssociationPlans 4rrLtc-i: ; 'I. .
Miss Bobbie Jean Morrow of Andrews, Karan Hutchlns, t ..
Jacksonville attended as maid Becky Jackson and Janene Reception Planned ActivitiesThe
of honor. Bridal: attendantswere Gay. ', K
Misses Sharon Thornton, After a wedding: trip to the For, CC ManagerMrs.
Starke, Kathy Sheddon, and Smoky Mountains and Gatlin- Ladies Golf Associationmet
Barbara Ann Wilbourir, a cousin burg, the couple is residing at Monday night at the
of Jacksonville, an;3! Sally 'Starke Golf and Country Club
102 S. W. First Ave., Delray Loyree LaNier, president -
Hope Bowers< Fort Lauderdale, Beach. The bride;! traveled in a of the StarkeBradfordCounty to organize plans for the coming -

Junior Bridesmaid. Lisa Bowers Navy blue ensemble with white ; Chamber of Commerce, year. I
of Fort Lauderdale was flower collar and cuffs trimmed in will be hostess at an informal Thursdays have been design- E
girl. The attendants were gown- reception and tea for gueststo ated as Ladies Day with the es.
el: alike in floor-length dresses red.The bride: is a graduate of meet the new Chamber of first meeting to be held Thursday -
topped with sheer peacock blue Bradford High School, class of Commerce manager, John My- Oct. 2 at 9.30 a.m., starting -
wrist length, and his family. with a coftce: hour. For
georgette. The 1968, and attended North Florida ers,
non-golfing ladies and their
sleeves were cuffed with em Junior College.
broidered blue and green flo !The groom also graduated The reception will be held at guests there will bj bridge and
,wers. Their' net veils were se- from Bradford High School and Mrs. LaNler's home on Sun- canasta games. Members, pros-
day afternoon October 5 from pective members and guestsare ryDo
cured to peacock blue satin, Florida Atlantic College in Boca ,
3 to 7 o'clock. invited to attend.
.bows. They carried nosegaysof
yelow sweetheart roses Raton. -...-
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Mr. and Mrs.! Dwight Oliver
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entering Among the college students Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood I I II
or returning to college -
this ind children of Apopka were
week
are: Thomas
G. Ritch Jr., University of weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.G. '.. Jf d
S. Newcomb.Mr. .
Virginia; Harry Hatcher Jr., t hy All New"

North Georgia College; Doyle and Mrs. Willie E. Green .
Crews Jr., University of Flor- 8
ida James were recent visitors at Silver
Holbrook
; Jones
Business College and to Santa Springs. I II
; Strickland and ; I
Fe Junior College Mrs. Ruth Cto
-- Tommy y I
Chastaln. Bill Brown. Bill grandson, Jerome, Ebro, Fla. A v rr .
Adams. Pate Gassett, Phyllis are visiting Mr.and Mrs.WillieE / .

-. onna Meng,and Betsy Carolyn Matthews, Mad- ,Mrs.Green.J. E. Ramsey of Oak- ) .4 .4 $? '
Meng, Billy
land Calif was a weekend guest
,
and Sandra PLYMOUTHQt
Huggins "
Lappe, Mike Jackson, Bobby Bobby of Mr and Mrs. L. N. Picker- ''J 70

Dodd Autry,, Mary Mike Jane Jackson Dees, Randy Susan Ing.Mr.. and Mrs. E.and W.Mrs.Hayes John of t- ? I I II
Starke and Mr.
Johns, Herbert Wainwright, Deas of Lake City visited Miss r
Gene Melvin, Mrs. Lanen Sapp, Martha Jo Deas at Florida t..
Mrs. Elizabeth Noegel, Sheila .r-
I II
Southern college over the week- I
McConnell, and Mrs. George ,..
S. Brown. end.Mrs. Now I{;;
Lex Green, Mrs. H. L.
Local admittances to Brad- Speer and Mrs. G. J. McGrlff

ford County Hospital this week Sr. attended the funeral of an

include: Lonnie Harris, Max- aunt, Mrs. Erne McPherson In Lois Louise Jernigan Raymond W. Bryan I I II
vllle; Mrs. Elma Kaufmann, Sebastian on Monday of last 1

Wllford Shaw, and Mrs. Jessie week. Exchange Vows In Gainesville CeremonyMiss 3
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves
Suter, Keystone Heights -
; and children of Winter Park STARKECHRYSLER ii!;
Mrs. Leila Cox,Hampton;Stan- and Miss Candy Woodburn of Lois Louise Jernigan, tiered full skirt was bordered
ley Greer, Doctor's Inlet; and Gainesville spent the weekend daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cur- with Chantilly lace and the cha-

Mrs. Hazel Paulk, Mrs. Helen with Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wood- tis Devere Jernigan of Gaines- pel train of nylon and lace extended -
Mabel
Mersereau, Miss DorisE. burn and attended the UF-Hou- ville, and Theodore Alan Bryan, from the shoulders in I
Overstreet, Mrs. Charlotte ston football game. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond the back. A crown of seed
Winters, Mrs. Myra Dyal, Ron Mrs. Marie McMillan of St. W. Bryan of Lawtey, were u- pearls and lace held her veil PLYMOUTH
Dale
Edmondson, Mrs. Emma Petersburg was visiting Mrs.J. nited In marriage on Saturday, of nylon tulle. She carried a -

beth Barber Ann, Olin Dyal,Rowe Starke., and Eliza- L. Gentry, who has been Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. in the chapel cascade of white roses. Her
ill, and Mr. Gentry the past of the United Centenary Meth- only jewelry was a 'diamond
Mr and Mrs. Frank Collins week. odist Church, Gainesville. Rev. necklace, a gift from the bride : 1111

of Starke, spent the past week Visiting Six Gun Territoryand Guy S. Athearn performed the groom.A illl AUTHORIZED d's CHRYSLER
end at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Silver Springs Sunday nuptials in a candlelight cere- DEALER
: were reception was held In the
mony at which time identical : u S. 301 North MOTORS CORPORATION Phone 964-6600 1111
:111
Clarence Bivins In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Green, rear hall of the church. Mrs. :
The Bivins recently Mrs. Mildred Griffls, Mrs. Ruth wedding bands were exchanged. Hazel Bell of Gainesville ;111; ; J 1
vimoved from Starke. Strickland and Mr. Jerome Introduced guests to the receiving ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::;:::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::.::::::::: ::::::::::::::
A program of wedding music
Mr.. and Mrs. S| L. Peek Jr. Holley. was provided by the organist, line which consisted of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner
will leave Friday on three weeks Mrs. Lewis, who also accom- the bride and groom, their parents -
Baldwin Mrs.
of visiting
vacation which will include at- wee panied the soloist, Mrs. Ty- and bridal attendants.
tending the American Bankers J. 11. Fields on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamil- rone Jaco. Miss Donna Mace of Gaines-
Convention Sunday to Wed- ton and daughter, Janice, of Decorating the altar were ville kept the bride's book atE 1
nesday in Hawaii, a four day
standard baskets of graduated
Gainesville spent Sunday with table covered with white lin-
tour of the neighborhing Islands, '
mums, pompoms and fern ,
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
and back to Arizona, Nevada, B. Rosier, at the State Farm, against a background arch and n.The bride's table was covered
and California.Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs.Sherrod Ham- spiral candelabras with white with a lace cloth and decoratedwith
Shellie Gerle is visit- tapers. pink carnations, centeredby
ilton.
ing Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Mrs. H. J. Waters of Talla- Larry Gladieux of Lawtey attended a white family Bible givento
Locke and family in Tampa hassee weekend visitor as best man. Ushers the bride and groom as a
was a
for several days. of her aunt, Mrs. VergieFlynn.Mr. were Ralph E.Jacobs of Gainesville wedding gift from the bride's
and Ronald G. Williams parents. The wedding cake,em-
Bill Jackson
and Mrs.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi of Lawtey, both brothersinlaw bellished with flower buds In
and children Arlington, Texan!!
Smith and son, Stephen, and were last week visitors of Mr. of the bridegroom.Mrs. faint hues, was three tiered with
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimer and Mrs. J. G. Jackson. James Rogers, of pedestals, and was topped by the
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gainesville, was matron of honor traditional miniature bride,and.
Ainslie in Madison, Ga. over wearing a gown of tangerine groom .with wedding 'be1t_
the weekend. Mrs. David Andreau of Pa- crepe. Bridesmaids were Punch was served from a crystal -
Leonard F. Smith Jr. and latka spent the first of the week Mrs. Ben Boxman Jr., of punch bowl.Assisting .

son, Larry, and daughter, San- with her mother, Mrs. W. E. Gainesville, in aqua crepe, and
dra, of Paxton visited Mr. and Dowllns. Mrs. Ronald G. Williams of in serving were
Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown- Lawtey, sister of the bride- Mrs. Theodore Thorley, aunt
I Lucile Davis during the weekend lee and son, Jimmy, visited groom, in baby blue crepe. The of the bride, Mrs. Ben BozmanSr.
:; Cape Kennedy over the week- sleeveless gowns, styled along ., Mrs. Elsie Dean and Mrs.
f end.Mrs. skimmer lines with empire bodice Ralph E. Jacobs, sister of the
,I Mrs. Kate Sheppard has had R. C. Hallett returnedto were complemented by bridegroom all of Gainesville.
'T as visitors Mrs. W. B. Holllngs- her home In Boydton, Va. slipper-length self trains. After spending some time with
; worth of Fort White last week Sunday after several weeks visit They wore headpieces of crepe their guests, the couple left
*. and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard with her son-in-law and and nylon tulle, and matching on a wedding trip to Daytonaand

and son, Bobby of Brunswick daughter, Rev. .and Mrs.,R. D. necklaces, which were gifts of Cocoa Beaches.
k t Ga. on Sunday Burch. the bride. Each attendant carried The bride is a graduate of
g L. L. Conner is visiting Mr. Miss Helena Ranly of Val- a single long-stemmed Gainesville High School, 1969.
:5: and Mrs. W. C. Conner In Jack- dosta, Ga. was visiting Dr. Tropicana rose. The groom graduated from
:5:: sonvi lie for a week. and Mrs. A. Y. Covingtonover Bradford High School In 1966
, The bride, given in marriageby
, the weekend. and at present Is a Radar Sea-
of
.' her father, wore a gown
. man In the U.S. Navy, stationed
"' y
, z with sweet-
nylon organdy a aboard the USS Alstede, a supply
"
: f'1". : heart neckline of scalloped lace ship based at Norfolk, Va.
The
: and finger-tip sleeves.

; .. fun / "



to romp on a cozy, .


warm floor?"

F. B. Beard n and son of
Gainesville visited his parents, -
*
Mr. and Mrs. Beard Sr. at ,
KIngsley Lake on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. /
Cdr. Dale L. Scott of Coro- Goodman of Starke announce
nado, Calif was a Saturday the adoption of a son. Bethel 1
overnight guest of Mr.and Mrs. William Geiger Goodman, born
Clyde B. Terwillegar.Mrs. Feb. 14, 1964.
Richard Gross of New- ayd'
dwl town Square, Pa. was a guest
of Dr. and Mrs. 11. G. Bol-
Mr. and
Mrs. Date Brown,
linger on Monday to Wednes-
Starke. announce the birth of
day of last week.
ill., son Dale Edward
Brown Jr., .
Mrs. Arlen McKnight was in
on Sept. IB In the Alachua General SS
Jacksonville last Thursday and

Friday attending the Nurse Supervisors Hospital.- a I 1 / a 1A
Midyear staff confer
ence at the State Board of
lrr Health.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin I' I 1 I
to life Insurance '
realty
of Chattanooga, Term visited
Mrs. Eve Baldwin last Tues- M Important as they sag?
r day to Thursday.Mr. The quiet car gets quieter for 1970.Chryslers? : unibody construe- This year the rear wheels have a

.. and Mrs. Harold God- askIVidovv New rubber body mounts, new sus lion 5,000 individual welds new wide stance. To make your
. isolators and 25 (ft.t produce a unit ol unusual stable.
. win and children were visiting pension system sq Chrysler even more
.. a"lvr Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwinat more of sound insulation. Chrysler's strength t silence and

.. Avon Park over the week- new Sound Isolation System. durability,

. end.Mrs. a _L
M. A. Baldwin and -
The muscle. 440 cubic inch
daughter, Ginger, and Mrs.
"\ 350 horsepower V-6. Stan-
Norwood Hope of Gainesvillewent !
r I dard. Speaks softly. passeson
to Forsyth, Ga.Sunday and
," t ..' Monday to enroll Ginger in her command, -
. : 1i. ;1. freshman year at Tift College.Mr. Life
'.J. }( 'W Insurance Is to familiar to us
: give your family a #": Jr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren all, we sometimes forget iu tremendous -

: healthier, happier, warmer '4tjL,1'home : of Jacksonville spent the week- work. lust worth talk until to someone we see it who at

with 11: end with her mother, Mrs. J. has benefited by it a young __5m
. a beautiful, new S. Sapp. widow with children a college 5
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells student who owes his educationto
: were in Pensacola over the a foresighted father ; an
5 [II EmLEROIL weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. elderly couple enjoying a comfortable '
Millions of -
Y 1 H retirement. ( a
J. Wells.
people like these know full well
Front torsion-barl rear-leaf sus
HOME HEATER Mrs. D. N. Heath of Fort the value of life insurance. Do
Lauderdale is visiting her you? t a pension. Gives the 1970 Chryslerall

mother, Mrs. J. S. Sapp, and For sound ideas on that sure.footed agility and
SIE(>1..... UK* llm 'hii. liuill i" nluwur n>i>u.ni and exclusive family for a week. can make the years ahead brigand confident handling.
Inner Heat Tube that give you the comfort Mr. and Mrs. George Mor- more secure and at a cost c
miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT. Come in and rison and children of Lees- within your present budget, too, '__-__
auk for demonstration f how thin call ma 10011.Burge. rides with other cars,
a nn< fee new burg were visiting Mr. and -5_ You can get quiet
i s Siegler will pay for itM'lf with 'y Mrs. Henry Morrison over the Headlights. Beautifully, con- -=__ ...... but with Chrysler cars you get the ideal
the fuel it rnvm."It's weekend and attended the U. ofF cealed. Until you need them. combination of quietness, stability.

football game. Searing Then your Chrysler 300 turns and control all from the blending
Darby PeekoC aake City visited night into day. of torsion-bar suspension unibody construction
his mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek SPECIAL and Sound Isolation System.
: A Fact You Can Sr. on Sunday. AOCfiT

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton NEW YORK LIFE Your next 1970 Chrysler-with Ride
car: Torsion-Quiet
Do Better At" spent the weekend with Mr. and INSURANCE COMPANY
.. Mrs. Roswell Whiddon in '1Zoil ;-
. ia. 118 N. MYRTLE ST. SEE IT TODAY AT YOUR NEARBY CHRYSLER DEALER'S.

Mrs. Merrill Struth and Phone 964-5633

DENMARKFURNITURE daughter, Kathy, were visting

. daughter, Kathy, were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Monso Tatum in II Starke

. COMPANY weekend.Mr.New Smyrna. Beach over the ChryslerPlymouthINC.

. 431 W. Call :St.; Phone 964-5827 and Mrs. Glen Reddishof
Luling, La. will arrive Sun-
STARKE, FLORIDA day for a week's visit with Sheriff Uta IMTWKI Man ,.._. ..., INC.
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish! and 1Mtra., I....... r HlM. tier 301 NORTH STARKE, FLA.

family ,

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Jail TimeContinued Move Toward cffcW


Establishing I { w
( From' !Page One)
Home For Girls
Clifford and Margrule Kelly S hi iii ;
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are free under bonds totaling
1'r i xaawi $2.802 pending trial at the fall < yM Bradford County Sheriff P. D.
term of county court. Reddish announced that the
4a Both are charged with con- Florida Sheriff Associationhas d r
tributing to the delinqulncy of taken another Importantstep vr

a minor. Margruie Kelly was toward establishing a proposed "
also charged with possessionof home for needy and ;
red whiskey with intent to neglected girls similar to the 1

sell In a dry county. Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch.
Kelly faces a total of three He said the Association's!
4' i charges. In addition to the contributing Board of Directors meeting in
r i rryt charge, he is also Tallahassee September 19, ap-
charged with the sale of tax proved a five-year master plan
paid whiskey In a dry county representing an Investment ofover
Winner! and with possession with Intent 750000.
alcoholic bever- Master MechanicDavid
to sell
Following the pattern set by
ages without a license. the t
Ranch,
Boys the proposednew
:Mrs. Shirley Gaskins won this 1004 Ford Falcon In a draw. Others transferred to the Fenton mechanic at 1
trial docket were: John Pres- Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports Institution will be supported r
Ing Saturday at Tt"rwllleaar10101': new car showing. Mrs. entirely
with dri- here. Is one of five mechanicsin by voluntary contributions -
charged
Gaskin, name was the fourth to be drawn but she was the cott Myers and its purpose will be
ving while intoxicated and free Florida to win a Klekhaefer
first to be present to accept the prize. under $501 bond; Stanley Davy, Master Service Mechanics Award to prevent delinquency rather.
Mrs. Gaskin, wife of Jimmy Gasktos: of Lawtey, chose the assault and battery, $301 bond; The Mercury-Klekhaefer than to provide a home for delInquent -

car in lieu of $100) cash' offered by Clyde Terwlllegar, shown and Michael Bright, charged trained mechanic has been at youngsters.
above presenting: her the title to the car. with disturbing the operationof Moore's for the past 10 years. Sheriff Reddish .said Plnellas
school and with assault The County Is the proposed locationand
ou't a highly selective award Is
The three persons niissirg were Charlie Johnson Gaines.
"Florida
Sheriffs Girls
and battery $500 bond. given on the basis on serviceability rYy
vllle; II. W. Cramer, Starke. and Herman Hodges, Lake Butler William Paul Thompson, sales record and gen- Villa is the proposed name. +t

charged with withholding sup- eral appearance. The Sunshine 'Stats Women's
port, which is a felony, asked "We're very fortunate to have Chamber of Commerce, of ;;: : ; _
for a preliminary hearing. David" Moore says. (Madeira Beach originated the % _V.
Leroy Jackson, a migrant "Girls Villa" idea and has of- ,. "
Board Holds CUBB PostIs worker changed his plea from contributing to the delinqulncy' fered to contribute accumu- a

guilty to not guilty to guilty.He of a minor, adjudication of lated funds and assets when LADIES SWEATERS t
was fined $13 or three days withheld the Sheriffs Association takes
guilt pending a
pre- '
Up 2 Bills ResignedContinued for failure to have his vehi- sentence Investigation; cm the project OR STRETCH TOPS I .
cle under control and causingan James Wallace Ash speeding

accident. $26/3 Thomas Jackson Ben- .
(Continued From Page One) ( P'roInPare( One) When Jackson's confusion a- ; Fine gauge knit acrylic sweaters, ,, ,
net, no valid drivers license, LAWTEY FIRE DEPT. in various
necklines.
styles
Slip-on
county he would be for that too, county (Clay Union, Bradford. bout the case became apparent Pros- $26/3; David Wayne Kirkland GIVES AWAY PONY Zipper backs full fashioned in white '
Yawn and County
Bryan said. Baker) area.'Matters Judge the speeding (80 mph in a 60 mph Mrs. Robert E. Lee Lawtey pastels and darks. 100% nylon stretch r r
Gene Shaw delayed
"If cities are not Interested to be studied between ecutor could talk with zone), $36/3; Raymond S. Mid- postmaster, won the Shetland tops have back zippers mock or full
Shaw
enough to have one of their own now and, the October case until dleton speeding, $36/3; pony given away by the Law- turtleneck. in solids and patterns.
you can't make them have one," meeting are: Jackson. the Richard Franklin Durban tey Fire Department last Sat- S-M'L.
the chairman said. A REQUEST by a Metropolitan Before pronouncing noted that sen-if speeding ((80 mph In 65 mph urday at 5 p.m. at the city hall. HOSE '
tence, the Judge PANTY -
County Judge Theron Yawn, Life Insurance agent that Jackson went to jail his wife zone) $36/3; Leroy Merchant, Fire Chief M. M. Jordan said LADIES NEW CHARTER PLAID
who drew up the ordinance, said CUBB employees be given the and children would suffer and Leo Pittman and Harold MIt- the department cleared over $1.49 value $
the Board could hammer out opportunity to participate In he commented that he was making chell, participating in an affray $400 to be used for the purchase seamless !micra' mesh dress FLARE-LEG PANTS
$36/10 for each Edwin quality, Newell
\
their differences if Interested, medical inter- ; of additional eauioment. 15\ e'ln crotch.
benefits sin the
such fringe as the sentence \ \ to lit.
Drisklll valid and fail- sheelS1.01
and he could draft an ordinance no tag
insurance and: a pension plan. est of justice of all concerned. shades. S.Avg..Tall. $4.99 value
containing the intentions of the ure to answer a summons,$263for
REPORTS from the By-Laws Thirteen other defendants

Board.Bryan said he "will hold off" committee and the committeeon entered pleas of guilty but and the Paul each Henry charge Weging; trespass- Two Looks in One The in a finely fashion tailored right pant.plaid $ 6 7

until Oct. 6 but will make a the role of the county Judge dismissed one case lag disorderly conduct and disturbing Panty hose are now for TITES Smartly flared leg. nar-
motion for adoption then. boards and the CUBB Board. only charged court costs, the peace, $36/3 for everyone-the newest styles INFANTS row waistband some 3

"It appears to me we are WRITTEN REQUESTS from $13.50, in another. each charge; Doris Nipper, have light or medium panty $1.29 value with front zipper, some
the Child Day Care Committeeof Other cases were: leaving the scene of an accident plastiC tin- with side Latest
trying not to even recognizethem failure to girdles attached, so that you etch tiles with 88 zipper.
Junior Godwin
Earl \ l
(the county volunteer fire- Bradford County. of causing an $36/3; John J. Patterson, can have both the firm look y onplaln ollUmba backs, in white Fall colors sizes 818.LADIES .

men) as a body, Bryan said. yield accident right, $51 or way 10 days; Mat- driving while intoxicated, created by girdles and thegarterless Ing.and pastels. To 1 lyea size.I
$151/60 and for
license revoked
Yawn said his ordinance is Yawn look created
cattle and hog law Judge thew and Annabelle Mosley by
modeled closely after the Clay said. He would like to see a 90 days. panty hose.
County Special Act of 1967 authorizing law prohibiting people from allowing -

contributions each their dogs to run loose,
year up to $7,000 to fire departments the judge said. Phone Rate Increase THE BRADFORD

In the o""nty. "If the Board Is prepared to COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished z

Dog Control enter this field now, be pre-

Cost of enforcing a dog con- pared to spent at least $20- : every Thursdayat
trol ordinance will prove a 000," the judge said. He pointed Under ConsiderationA 138 W. Call Street
major factor to consider,Judge out the county would need a Starke, Florida 32091
Yawn told the Board. When the pound dog catchers a veterinarian .
Board decides it wants to proceed and medical supplies. Second class postage paid!' OXFORD SPORT OXFORD KILTIE SLIPONour
he said, such an ordinancecan "Well we'll have to go to the decision Is expected within dons between companies of the at Starke Florida.Subscription .
be prepared on short not- dogs," Bryan quipped.In the next few months: on phone system.Witnesses our reg. $3.99 our reg. $4.99 reg. $5.99
ice. The judge said he has an other action Monday night, Florida State Telephone Com- for the telephone Rates Raisedmoc toe styl- $ 87 2-eyelet tie with $ $1 New chunky sport
extensive file on such ordin- the Commission: pany's request for a rate ,,In company, Tucker said, stated In trade area: $3.CO per in a comfortable 2 dramatic brass nail- 3 with kiltie ornament. $487ang
ances from area counties as __ Heard a proposed trailer crease. intercompany profits have year; $.2.75 six months.: shoe. Knit-fit lining. head ornament on I1'?"chunky heel. In
well as some out of state coun- park rental development on A third and final hearing before been eliminated. Telephone officials Outside trade area: $3.50:; Brown antique. 5.10. toe. Spectro heel.510. tan antique, sizes !5-10)

Lake Geneva explained by tha Florida Public Service : nl'o stated that 70( per per year; $3.00 six months
ties.He
offered to read a 22-page Clyde Simpson of Jacksonville. Commission was held TuesdayIn cent of the net earnings for I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!
model to the Board but did not Simpson appeared though he was Tallahassee. At the conclusion the year 1968 of Florida State
because of the length. not required to, and said his of the six hour hearingthe Telephone Company were paid

Clay County currently appropriates development will meet all health application was taken under back to the parent corporationas S,..................UU..bU......................'.....'.'.'.'.'...................... ..u u..
:$12,000 per year for standards. The Board has no advisement according to dividends, Tucker said. >>" "" ., '%*'-' '<<. """'."'.'>>.

dog control the judge pointed authority to take action In such Starke City Councilman Neil Officials for the phone com-

out.The cases; all a developer must do Tucker, who attended the hear- pany further stated that Flor- ;
county should have meansat to establish such a
presently
ida State Telephone can pur- !
hand to make the law effect- park is meet state health stan- ing.Tucker and City Attorney chase supplies at its descretlon .l

tlve It It adopts one, the judge dards. George Pierce represented the from any source where the best Ifs Here
told Commissioner Bryan when -- Approved a replat of a city. Funds for their trip have be obtained.At .
price can
he asked if the law would haveto portion of Crosby Lake Shoresas been raised from private sour- the end of the hearing

be enforced immediately. submitted by Charles Saw ces, the Telegraph has been Tucker said, the attorney for
Bryan then asked has what If bit-recourse canal plans to thellake. on a told. the phone: company asked( that
now
a
person The
leading to Additional! testimony was tak- the rate increase be granted.The .
ten by a dog. I
maintain
Board also agreed to
en Tuesday from witnesses cent, the I.I I.
Only recourse at present \ep.e gravel road built by Saw- figure of 40 per
from The Continental Systemof requestedin
would be a civil case. A dog but accepted the replat on amount of increase
yer, ) which! Florida Stata Telephone petition,
owner could say "Okay so the the condition It does not haveto the firm's original BiC
Co. is a subsidiary by mentioned in the attorney's -
dog bit you, sue me., the judge build a road accepted by the was not
said.: Attorney Louis Petteway, gen- motion Tuesday
Commission In 1926 and never
He doesn't think there Is any built. eral counsel for the Public Ser- Tucker said.Tuesdav's. I

othertype ordinace the county __ Took no action on a letter vice Commission. hearing was the WRITING I
might adopt to allow the sheriff from Bill Summers protestingthe Inter company business rela- third! public hearing held on
to take action if he thought appointment of John Meyersas tions between the! companiesof the Issue. One was held in
<4'..,i,,. rasa. merited it, the Continental System were Bonifay
manager of the local Cham- Starke and one in
Yativn? cll B-IXa.n.!! answer toanother ber of Commerce. delved into by the CommIs- earlier! this year. Tucker and I QUALITY IN I:
question. Home rule Appointed Bryan and Hamiltonto sion's coursel. Examples are Pierce were the only visitorsat
cannot be used to enact crim- discuss with Supervisor of profit and losses in businessWoman's the hearing Tuesday
inal law, Judge Yawn pointed Registration Geneva Flynn a
out, that has to be uniform a- request to employ extra clerical I A POCKET I
cross the state and is a job for assistance for the Nov. 4 |
the Legislature.The special election Decomposed Body Found ::1 1
state presently has a 1m

I I Along Roadside In Union *I PEN
CountyThe e

h b yrrr i' I 4. I

+ :' badly decomposed: body:: The problem of identification -
x ,.1 of a young white female was was turned over to Dr. ::11 f Retractable
discovered:! Friday, lying in a Robert Klein! a Gainesville m
grassy area Just beyond the pathologist: but so far very lit-
S shoulder of State Road 121 tle definite information:: has 1: Reflllable !1j!
about ten miles south of Interstate been uncovered.
10 in Union County. Whitehead said: that his! office 1I
y y \+ f Ravaged by vultures and decomposition has received "worlds of calls"

4: : I the body -apparently from differnt parts of Florida I?s
that of a young woman where missing!'! perrons have
between the ago of 16 and 30- .been reported. No reports of I I u&vi, *
conta'nccl'! !cant'! clues to identity missing person: have been re- m
according to Union County ceived in the Immediate area, i: :;;
Sheriff John Whitehead. the sheriff said.
The face was beyond recogn-

Ition, !but x-rays are b lng Scarf Changes LookIf 1-
made of the bones: and studljs
your wardrobe is I
made of the tooth, three of limited remember that a 'f1 Bid

r which were missing from the silk scarf, of any size, shape
front part of, the jaw.
upper and print can be worn any i .
Dear Citizens: Sheriff Whitchoad snld that one number of ways to'changethe r
of the teeth had been found on look of an outfit.
the ground near the body. I
The Fuqua Family thank you The body, clad only in n

much for bra'l1l1r.rc and a red plaid! shirt, SETUVICE SCHEDULE
: vote of confidencein
very your was discovered by Donald Klix-! CATHOLIC ChurchesST. 'ate'I

electing me your Chief of Police.I son; around 3 p.m. Friday while |I i
'
on his!'! way to cut limber in KIWARD'S.: Starke: '.--
a nearby p-isturc.: The woman 5unIIY111:4.: : ; Sam. and9Ti 111
I urge you to continue your support Is. h-licvo:! to have boon dead : urnThursday 111:

for four or flv' cl iyi or longer Mass 6:30: p.m.lJlhculous .
so that we may accomplish our focfore 1
tin body way found. Medal Novena: 11
goal a better Police Department to Sheriff Whill hind ild that Saturday 7 p.m. 11?:
clue! to the condition of the bodylit t
serve you. wry Impossible; to toll ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone :::: :::}

whether or not foul play was: Heights
Involved in the woman's d'ath. Sunday Mali, 9 a.m. I i
Thanks again, Br-sldes( the mlsilng/ troth, YVetnrsday Mas Novena, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I

blown was a hole In her neck 7 p.m.
. Kenneth Fuqua but It cnuld! not ho rh! 'rlctrrmin 2 2'f
whether this was the result of ST. MARY'S Macclennyi
(Pd Pol. Adv.) a bull.-t wound or was causedby Sunday Matt, 11:30: a.m. I

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Sue McCain Heads State Williams CompletesFirst :
Badcock
Sets
Corp. $3 Million Farm Bureau

Association Of Home Economists Phase Of v1' Annual Meeting
Warehouse
Comple At Live
t C. D, Training; 41? ; Ma Oak
Miss Martha Sue McCain, with the girl's 4-H Clubs, the This SaturdayThe
county extension home economics Home Extension Clubs: and sne W. S. Badoock Corporation, in the past five :years, adding
. agent, has been installed also conducts classes in such Frank Williams, Civil De- Mulberry, will build a $3 mil 32 stores and increasing its annual meeting of the
I as president of the Florida skills as upholestering and 'tense Director for Bradford lion warehouse complex In Live annual ales volume by 80 percent Bradford Farm Bureau will be
': Association of Extension Home clothing construction. County, has. completed the Live Oak to serve as a' dlstri Its sales are about 60 per held Saturday Sept. 27, at the
Economy Agents. Miss McCain says she Is an first phase of the Career Development button center for Its expanded cent furniture and 40 per cent Bradford County Fairgrounds
The Bradford agent, who ser- off campus representative of Program for loca\ operations In Northwest Florida appliances starting with a fried chicken
ved as president elect last the University of Florida and Civil Defense coordinators at ( and South Georgia It was supper at 6:30: () p.m.
I "We feel this warehousewill
year, was Installed when the tlso works in cooperation with the Office of Civil Defense announced by Wogan S. Bad- new Following the supper there
association met in Panama City; the Board of County Commissions : Staff College Battle Creek Increase our distribution will be a short program, and
lock; Jr. president.
on the weekend of the 13th. and the U, S. Department Mich. 1 It efficiency at our present .stores members of the board of direc-
As an extension agent Miss of Agriculture.As The complete course consistsof } Badcock operates 87 furniture and also aid us in future ex tors will be elected for the new
McCain is involved in all areas president of the state association four two-week'phases and is and appliance associate storesin pansion In Florida Georgia year. N.. .
of family living and homemaking. Miss McCain will designed\ to enable officials In Florida and South Georgia and Alabama," said Wogan 3.. All Farm Bureau member
Her activttes include work represent home extension cities and towns to start train with, annual sales in excess of Badcock. Jr. families! are urged to attend
In Civil De- million. tills important meeting.
ing for careers $20
::1r':':':':':':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::K:.: r associate storeIn Robert E. Elliott! is managerof
; : :::
.... *:*:::X::>::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':'.,". fense as a profession. The Badcock warehousing and distributionfor r t *
Participants In this class Starke at 128 S. Walnut is
Badcock and wlU be in
were a. group of 17 carefully Lightning bolt Tuesday afternoon burned large hole in owned by Bill Wilson. charge of development of the There Is a great similarity
selected Civil Defense Coordinators The new warehouse complexwill between the very rich and the
steel plate switchbox! : ; door at Dupont's Highland plant. Live Oak warehouse.
from througout the U. S. be constructed on a 35-acre very poor :Neither one has to
Phase I was focused on the tract of land on Interstate-10 pay taxes.mmmmmmm.
primary tasks each coordinator and U. S. Highway 129 adjacentto
i must perform in Increasing Lightning Causes $5,000 DamageAt a Seaboard Coast Line Railroad mTerwillegar
the preparedness capabilityof siding. It Is 10 miles from
ibis community. These tasks Interstate-75.
. .1t Include planning, organizing, Dupont's Highland Mine Tues. Initial phase of the complexwill
r r i programming, and operating be construction of a 100.000()( ]
'a civil defense system. -square foot warehouse, which
will employ 25-30 persons. The
Lightning has caused approximately complex eventually will be expanded
and switches In the air compressor
r $5.000( damage at the house. to 500,000( square feet of Motors
DuPont ilmenite mining operation warehouse
office and space
eti t Damage (Including: labor)
Mi during the current thunderstorm with more than 100 employes.
was estimated! at from $1,800to
season, with the to
Construction Is expected
$2,000.( Total damage during
latest direct hit coming about the thunderstorm! season (July, start by the end of 1969 and
5 p.m. Tuesday in the office completion of
target date for
August. September) Is estimated ON THESE
area at Highland.!
the first phase is mid-1970.
at 3000.( There have been
Everything In the office area; warehouse will
two The Live Oak
previous! hits this season.
at the Highland plant: was handle distribution of merchandise G USED
"knocked out" for about 3',4 Weather observers have reported to Badcock associate
I
hours, electrician Everett R. that thunderstorm are stores from Ocala North and
Fox said yesterday.The more prevalent In Florida than will enable the company to increase
1111 To Friends Of Starke illl charge cam in on a: any other state In the nation. Its penetration of Geor- 4Si
My power line, burning a hols Fox said that from what ha has gia and enter the South Ala CARSPECIALS
about 16 inches:! long and 12 to !been able to 1 learn:: the Trail bama and Jacksonville, Fla..
111! !III strY 14 Inches wide in a oneeighthinch Ridge section-probibly due to markets.
I am deeply grateful to everyone r"Y steel plate door to the big its elevation Is one of the The 65-year-old company cur-
safety switch that feeds a 240 most lightning-prone! areas of rently handles all of Its distribution -
111 who supported me in a successful r HP air compressor.Fox tha state! from Mulberry where It
said the charge knockedout Lightning Is a constant hazard operates a 600.000( square foot
111 effort to secure a seat on your city m circuits to the well and the i to the DuPont operationhere :: automated and computerized

:':::'.. council.I .:.:::':: wet mill blowing a fuse at the during the three-month distribution center.
latter. It also burned up wires! season Fox said. The Badcock organization has
: "vnprenced! tremendous growth
1li
ill I shall have your interest in mind !r o .

1 1: in every matter that comes before 11 j ven FALL-MINDED for warmth- yet Double cotton-wo- Teaching, Nursing Scholarships SMILE'
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.:::r: this body. :::::: dress comfortable with soft is this pleats belted aroundthe coat Available, But No ApplicantsState $795 -1963 Mercury Fordo

! !!II checks waist., the In red and navy box \ scholarships for teach- Florida- Education- Commissioner OF THE WEEKWith V-8 Full
!j! winter-weight cot Power and Air Like New.
My only concern is to serve you ton dress is by Roth-Le Coverof ing and nursing are going "a- Floyd T. Chrustlan.
California. begging" because of a lack of General loans to the extant of yaus usr
.1111... and make Starke a better place in .1..1j. applicants according to Miss! $600 annually are available to slliollBIANNF+

:::: which to live.Thanks :::: Della Rosenberg, Bradford each of the 67 counties of Flor $6951963 Chevrolet Wagon]
at or meetingssuch I
agents a variety High School guidance counsel ida. Successful candidates may
as the State Associationthe these loans for teaching
j111 erase
111 again for your vote of Board of County Commis- or.Only five students had appliedfor each of the loan period within V-8 Automatic' and Air
COACH
meeting to be held In Holly-
:::: :::: teaching scholarship tests the state.
:::: confidence. :::: wood this week. and only one had applied fora Five nursing scholarships are
One of her main jobs will be nursing scholarship test at for practical -1967 Fairlane 500
:m m to guide the association in 'its- the end of the day Friday from nursing$300( per to year$1.500 per year $1795 |
' Sincerely, ::1: preparation for the 1971 national -
::1: Sept. 19, Miss Rosenberg said. for the Master's degree In nurs-
association meeting Examination for high school s Tudor Hard Top V-8 Automatic and Air
m 1 which will be held in Miami.A .
JIMMY BOWEN ing.General
graduate of David Lipscom seniors! graduates, and college teaching scholarshipsare One Owner.
i Iiii College Nashville, Tenn.,Miss students will be admln'stere( chirpetltlve within sficW
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) 1111 McCain came t to Bradford simultaneously state-wide! on of the counties. Nursing and
.. .. County in 1965. Tuesday, October 14, accordingto Exceptional Child teaching are -1964
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Take a quiet break! the testing. County Superintendent DRIVE-! ,

T. L. Casey! has appointed BEEP PORK SPARE RIDS Automatic Vinyl Roof Clean One Owner.
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Roll 13-0 By Wildcats Big Red Defense 20-12 GHS Runs Over




experienced Shutting; off Baker offense County's almost Pleases Coaches"Very JV SquadGainesville

completelY Bradford's Tornadoes
rolled to a 13.0 shutoutover pleased with our de- ler, was also credited with doing
the Wildcats In the sea.lSon's fense" Is the way Coach David a good job In the opener. "He High School ran
Hurse describes his feelings 20-12 over the Bradford High
contest In Mac- was right around the ball entire -
opening! about his Tornadoes' performance game. The boys have a lot Baby Tornadoes last Th.-
clenny Friday Chandler Ight.Christy went over against Baker County; of confidence[ in him," the day In a junior varsity grid con
last Friday. test here
coach .
from :a yard out for the first I a r I v That defense limited the says.Tornado backs "all did a

score on the first play of the +lrf Wildcats to four yards net offense prettY fair ,Job" Halfback Dale BHS scores were by Benard

second period. Little Dab Johns: + recovered two fumbles, Johns was outstanding Hurse Brown in the third period on
w'
banged his way through two R ; yr and Intercepted three passes. said gaining 84 yards rushingand a 55-yard pass from halfback
tacklers to score from five Before the game coaches were making several: key blocks. Malachi Henry and in the four
yards out with 1:20: left In the worried more about the defense himself
Hurse also expressed th period on a 50-yard sweep
third period. The two drives than the offense. "well pleased" with the by Gray Flynn. Flynn's run
were 53 and 43 yards, all on Ja The Tornadoes were expected running and blocking of half- came on the last play of the
the ground by Hurse[ to move the ball back Christy[ Chandler. tame

The tough BITS defense hold +. better than they did however. He was also "tickled to death
the Wildcats to four yards total p + n j tl, ,'r Rrr A' rp They were improved "quite a with the fine play" of halfback "I wasn't too displeased We'

offense. The Wildcats had i bit" since the jamobree. Hurse Jimmy Alvarez, another boy thought the kids did a pretty

no chance to get their offensa + P Y t ta, feels though more on defense playing his first varsity game. good job" Coach Jim Darlington -
Baker County failed tc than offense. "he has for football "
going. 1. 14 Pi $4 + i r L'WI a nose said.
make more than one! first downIn h i Big Danny Jackson 220 was Hurse says and Is the center-
n series as Conch David tabbed by Hurse as the outstanding fielder of the Tornado pass defense The Baby Tornadoes fumbled

Hurse's newly Instituted four t lineman both offen- a wet ball four times. Darlington -

man line with three linebackers ..i h_tr+litfiik's" _.' d.''.4., + ,f '_ _..X;a.4,''M.__r ____.,_...__'.._.._ m" a sively and defensively. Jaclc- Rudolph Perkins the coach [ said the fumbles were
and a shifting monster son is actually an Inexperienced [ said, did a good job for his the diffprnnrA In the eame.
man proved most effective. IMIfbark Dale Johns broke two tackle and nosed Into the ground gainers with! 94 yards: made several key blocks, and varsity football player, hav- first football game Perkins

The defense outshlned the end zone past B'thpr'g" Danny Rl>odrn, no, 22: for Bradford's played defensive tackle. ing been out two season with played the whole game on offense Benard Brown was singled out

triple option offense which! net second (touchdown In the third period. Johns led Tornado lie weighs! 135 pounds injuries. He intercepted a at fullback and on defense for his defensive play by Coach
ted the Tornadoes: only two Baker pitchout and was in on at tackle. He was in on Darlington.

touchdowns, though they were five tackles. five tackles.
inside the Baker: five yard line'! Baker was held to six yards Newcomers Buddy Sapp a Receivers Tim Murphey a The Tornadoes will[ go to

twice more and failed: to make rushing and lost two yards in tackle, and Len Register a veteran, and Benjy i Moxley did Macclenny to meet Baker
good on the chances completing two of eight passe guard were praised for cred- well at defesive safety and on offense County's junior varsity tonight

Quarterback: Mike! Norman Yi The Tornadoes picked off three itable performances in their Hurse said.Quarterback (Thursday Sept. 25) at 7 p.m.

guided tM' Tornado offense! 53 W Baker passes. first varsity game. Mike Norman maa

yards to its first score of the i ,,,,,. Baker's expected aerial attack Tom Marks Bill Buby and good job running the BHS To give more boys a chanceto
this
Tommy Blackshear all did[ a play week the Baby Tor-
+
season the second time the triple[ option offense. Nurse
never materialized. The
In their first nadoes will play platoon foot-
good Job game.
Tornadoes had the ball Half n also calls It the "wishbone"offense
Baker running game was com
Coach Hurse said. "They're the ball.
back Christy Chandler took the Jr( since the fullback lines
pletely contained by the BUg[ "
experienced boys he explained -
ball: over rlBht tackla from a defense with Marks and Danny up in front of the two halfbacksto Offensive starters. tentatively -

yard out with the second period Captain Ralph Morgan, a linebacker get to the line'of scrim- } will be Eddie Hazen

only 18 seconds old. .... ____ .. _. Jackson at ends, Johns and and defensive signal cal- mage faster 1 nat mattes the quarterback; Malachi Henry and
.mmmm 'U -m backfield have the
offensive[
Staying on the ground Norman Perkins at tackles, and Norman BHS Gray Flynn, halfbacks; Brad

handed off to fullback BUS quarterback' Mike Norman turns the block on three Wildcat players behind Norman Blackshear, Ralph Morgan appearance of a Y. Carter fullback; Fred Robin-

Rudolii: Parkins, Chandler, corner on the keeper for good yardage end Tom Marks comes across In front to Chandler In the second other scoring attempt! in the Norman at defensive also played end a stellar which son, split end; Benard Brown
and halfbacks Dale Johns and of the BHS defense, game ,
row fourth ,riod. Norman guidedthe
p tight end Bob Robin
against Baker County. Dale Johns throws a block. -greatly pleased his coach. ; Dyal and
Jimmy Alvarez: as the Tornadoes Safetymen Tim Murphey Todnadoes to the Baker six: Parrlsh guards Gary Melvin
The Tornado ends were some ; ,
pushed the Baker defense Jimmy Alvarez, and Marty yard line in eight plays, but of the leading tacklers. Both center; Donnie Crawford and
and
.steadily buck.Running 1 yards over the three left yards side at flWeng picked off the three Wildcat the Tornadoes fumbled a pitchout Jackson and Marks had four Bobby Brown tackles.
over Baker's left Alvarez got aerials. on the option and losta individual tackles.
before being hit by
side almost entirely on the night tackle down as they recovered their Leading tackler of the night Defensive starters will be
at the five.
drive, Norman handed: :! to Perkins ''three tacklers went to Dalo End Danny Jackson's Interception own miscue was Norman at his linebacker Steve Strickland, Malachi Henry -
for 8 yards, then Chandlergot The option then of a Baker! quarterbackDavid Johns got only a yard, to post. He had three individual and Wayne Teston, defen-
Running:
8 more for a first down at Johns around left end Crews' pitchout handed the five, then it was fourth tackles and six assists. Tack- sive backs; Farelon McClellon

the Baker 31, Ths option gat Alvarez hard on fourth down Johns the Tornadoes. a golden opportunity down Norman passed beauti les credited to other playersare Dennis belly and Dale Clemets

nine around right! end y !broke one tackle Just Inside the at the Baker 21 In the fully, in a crowd of people, up : Perkins 4-1, Jackson 4-1, ]linebackers; 3111 Bigham mon
on a pitch-out from Norman, five, then drove through Bak second quarter. Chandler gota the middle to Tom Marks The Chandler 4-1, Marks 4-0 ster man; Charles Wright and
then Perkins went:! up the mid I 4q er's Rhoden to slide into the first at the Baker 10 in two ball hit Marks squarely In the Blackshear 2-3 Morgan 2-2. Donnie Crawford, ends and

db for two more and another t corner of the: end gone The trys but then a personal foul chest, but slipped through his Harris( 2-0, Johns 1-0 Shuford Vernon Barber and Levy Lennon -
first at the Baker 18. little speedster, son of former penalty pushed the Tornadoes bands 1-0. and Sapp 1-0. tackles.

Chandler went over right BHS great running bock Carl 15 yards back, to the 25 Statistics
t ++, Lamar Johns, had a leg cramp
tackle for 8, Parkins was stopped BUS BAKER
up the middle, Alvarez got after the run that hamperedhim Norman got 12 yards back on First Downs 9 4

five on the option at right end, "t' a the remainder! of the the keeper around end, then! Yds. Rushing 143 6 FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS

Johns! got five: over left tackle, game. passed eight yards to Alvarezon Yds. Passing 192
then Chandler! went through a But he was the leading Tor third down. That gave the passes Compl 2-6-0 2-8-3

gapln hole; in the ]left side of nado ground gainer with 84 Tornadoes a fourth down at Return Yds. 47 26 FALL OVER RADIO
the Baker line: for the TD yars in 14 carries, a six yard the Baker five Chandler was Punts 2-37 4.33

Chandler::\ also set UP the average Chandler carried 10 cut down at the three by Bak- Fumbles lost 1 1
drive by returning! a Wildcat times for 37 yards a 3.7 average er's Greg Bennett as he triedto Yds. Penalized 15 20 WPXE ALL GAMES!

punt from the BHS 10 to the Norman had 12 yards in go around right end on the Touchdowns COURTESY
Baker 47, that covered seven trys a 1.8 averagp. option.
a run : Bradford 1)) Chandler1
43 yards. Alvarez carried eight times yd. run Johns to Chandler
BILL
The BHS tfafense' gets credit 53S for 16 yards, a 2.0 avct nge. Jimmy Alvarez returned the pass on extra fell short 2)) POWELLInsurance
P2 | 11 yards In
for setting the second Tor r Perkins gained he Intercepted 25 yardsto
up 1 pass Johns 5-yd run Johns kicked and Real EstateCOMMERCIAL
nado TD by vhtH3 of the Wild si. .. :: ."_: w.t8. .:kA b ._ -- _..x.dL three tries, a 3.7 average the Baker 40 to set up an- the extra point.
cat's poor field J1o ltlon. Marie: The Tornadoes gained 143
Mllner punted 37 yawls in the Not much ran be seen! of linebacker Christy Chandler: as he yards rushing. Quarterback ,

third period the! ball rolling]]] wrestles Vlldr.it ball carrier to the ground. The BUS defense Norman completed two of six:

dead at the Baker 15 ns good way outstanding, allowing Baker only four' first downs passes for 19 yards. I I

coverage by the BITS punt re

turn team prevented a run

tack.: The Wildcats lost three! yards Tornadoes Home ::

.n three tries Perkins, at de-
fenlve tackle, stopped halfback

Gary Harrington: up the I
rrrldds for a yard logs Defsn-: i

slue end Tom Marks: nailed l
Baker fullback Dennli Clisson With CrusadersVarsity

two yards beh'nd the line on 9. :
flat pass<: to Pie! left, and' !Marks' :
and Dale] Johns stooped Baker's
Danny Rhoden for r.o gain as football season opens Kenny also uses the pro slot, Jim Schellenberg, 180 is at the
he attempted to go over left here' tomorrow night when with a back on the line of scrimmage other tackle. lie's rated big
tackle. Bradford High meets the llIshop and usually will pass and quick for a sophomore.
Kenny Crusaders of Jacksonville from this formation.

Glesson's punt from h's 12 at 8 p.m. on the local Tight end Joe Poltls Is tabbed Kenny displays a basic 6-1

rolled out at the Baker 48 yard griddion. Kenny's best pass receiver. defense. The tough halfback,

line.BHS's Both teams won their open- has both good hands and speed. Ray Singletary, plays the important -
Chandler got four yard ers last week Bishop[ Kenny Split end Joe Marelle is the single linebacker spot.
over his right tackle, but Al 19-18 over Bishop Moore of othr receiver. He's tabbed a great linebacker -
varez was nailed fora t>vo Orlando, and LIIS 13-0 over I enny's line is a match in ." Singletary was in on PRINTINGs

yard loss by Baker's Greg Bennett Baker County. Kenny has never size for Bradford's. Co-Capt. 28 tackles against Bishop Mo
as BHS tried the option beaten a Tornado team but Brian Woods, 210-12 is big, ore.
pltchout to the halfback. BITS Head Coach David ]Hurse] tough, and fast for his size( in
Norman came right back cautions: the offensive line Dan 11lU- Rick Liddell 190-11, is tab-

with the pitchout around left "Never count out an underdog egass, 190-12, is also a big bed a tough defensive tackle.
end to Dale Johns and the 135 Witness the University quick lineman[ that will hit you Big Woods and Hlllegass are
pounder went 18 yards before Florida's victory over Houston BUS scouts say. A sophomore also in the defensive line

he was downed. Norman played last week." BUS downed
the pitch out perfectly, wait- Kenny 26-201ast year. A Specialty With Us

ing until the last second before Bishop Kenny has never 69-70 Hunting Calendar Set

he was nailed hard, and gave beaten Bradford High, but is I

Johns running room. tougher than Macclenny. By Florida Game Commission
In three tries then from the
Baker 25 Johns got 4, 10 and Hurse is concerned about his
pass defense against the Jacksonville Florida's hunting calendar for son closes.
Check of Letterheads Busi
supply Envelopes,
Invaders even thoughhis the 19G9- 70 season, as set by February 22nd Quail and your

Season Football BIIS defensive secondary the Came and Fresh Water Fish squirrel season closes in ness Cards Office Forms, or any other kind of printing
Tickets On Sale picked off three Baker County Commission is as follows: northeast Central South and
passes. Crusader quarterback Everglades region. you may require and if the quantity is low just give us
Charlie Peters an experienced September I-Rail and gal- March 1st- Quail and squir- a
to all five(
tickets
Season
senior is noted as a fine passer linule season opens statewide.13th rel season closes in Northwest a call.
Bradford High School home
Archery season opens region.
a
football still on sale
games are
statewide. March 7th Spring turkey
at Bradford High School. Peters threw only five times October 3 Archery season gobbler season opens south of : If we have printed for you before a phone call will

Anyone Interested should con against Bishop Moore, but closes except for managed hunts State Road #50. 21stSpring
Lois Bennett BUS start our turning as we keep at our fingertips
tact Mrs. Hurse thinks the Crusaders will and regular season bow hunting.4th turkey gobbler season opens : presses
business manager. have to throw more against[ a FIrst Phase dove season north of State Road #50. 22nd-
a complete file of all printing produced in our plant.
All tickets will be $1.50 at Bradford defense that limited
opens. Spring turkey gobbler season
the gate this season Students Baker County to four yards off November 1 -- Deer bear closes south of State Road #50.

purchase may use tickets their ID at cards half priceat and ense last week. turkey squirrel and quail sea- April 5th Spring turkey gobbler I Our printers take pride in their work and you are assured
son opens In Northeast, Cen- season closes north of
school. Hurse said he talked to Crusader tral, South and Everglades re- State Road #50. of a neat clean and accurate job.
But at the Coach Joe Parete the
any appearing game on
gions.[ 2nd- first Phase dove Shooting hours for all resi-
must pay the full price. phone Tuesday. I'arete claims
season closes. 9th -hail dent game are from one-half PHONE96itilg
Students must also display this Crusader team has more
anti palllnule season closes. hour before sunrise[ to one-
ID cards for admission to the hustle than any team he's had
Ueerbearturkeysquir-- half hour ShootIng
after sunset. R
dance after the game this Fri- in the past three years, the Big D CD
rel and quail season opens in hours for ducks coots,
day sponsored by the Starke Tornado says. Northwest Region Woodcockand rails gallinules woodcock and

Itecreation Department. second Phase dove season snipe aro from ono half hour -
BOY SCOUT F.N'JOV Kenny likes to run the sweep opens statewide 27th- Duck, before sunrise to sunset. Legal -

'CAMPING::: : TRIP back from and the power I, with full- Coot, and Snipe season opens hunting hours for dove are
tailback
stacked behind [ 30th- Secono ]I'hase pTornadoes
Sixteen boy from troop 70 each other The Tornadoes statewide. from noon to sunset.
dove season closes. Hunters should check their
had an ovorn'Kht: '/ cimplnu: trip must stop tailback Gene
December 13thThird Phase of hunting rules and
summary
F'idaylllht'' and SiturcJay nt Mack a 187 pound sophomore
dove season opens statewide.[ regulations for special regulations -
tho Minfffom-ry/ cnmn on Suw who is tough when he gets outside -
4th
January Deer turkey local exceptions and wild
nnco Rlvfr nrnr Mayo. Tho lIe's tabbed by HI IS
and bear season closes in life management area regulations -
boys W.Ir occornnunl-d: h\r Don scouts as the best Bishop Kenny
Northeast, Central, South and Hunting licenses are required -
Hjnlonbrookcout: muster and runner
David Eve: rglades regions. 5th-Third of all hunters except
''Montsomuiy( assistant
residents the of 65
over age
Phase dove season closes. 12th-
licoutma'.ter. Halfback Hay Singlelar a 178 Duck and coot season closes. and children under 15, to hunt
CARD OF THANKS pound senior, is also tabbed as 15th all resident and migratorygame.
Snipe season closes.
We w''' ,h to thank till friend: "very very tough and a fine .
Kith Special scaup season
and ncichbrir for their competilor" on the BUS scout-
In specified 18th- A duck stamp Is required to
opens
thoim'itful' ixpiTMslrinH of f.ym- must bo slopped U>stop Kenny's Dcer bear and turkey alreas season take ducks and geese and a

palhy +d UK-! clo.-Uh of our mother running game. Quarterback closes in Northwest region. management area stamp Is required -
Mrs Curl L. Milliard -Tho I'elers also runs the sweep Woodcock season closes state to hunt on wildlife man-

family. well. wide. 31st- Spelcal scaup sea- agement areas.

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r II' I Jackson S. C. 29207.CONGRATULATIONS. Stamp Takes

The office/ grouch says tile
1 To Sgt. and Mrs. Dwight Her- Here rarly morning Is no time to TRAML AT your own sake
Increase HOME I
andfor
:aey on the birth of a daughter bo cheerful, and by noon it is
Pamela Elaine, on Sept. 17 too late. progress
By Dorothy Mill at Bradford dounty Hospital.The State SlumpsState
Phone 4734518Wflttrsflr lady and her mother ,
young
''' ,,''<, <; .
It EST r_ a-- returned to their !home at Lake documentary stamp tax Pi'. ?. "t'v
Butler Saturday. Sgt. Hersey is .' ; /' ... .
Hope Baptist Church stationed at Fort BAss Texas. collections rose about 20 per ,","., .'""", ..,;) "-
Sunday School 10 a.m.: cent In August compared to d; .
PERSONALS
Morning Worship 11; Training. that month a year ago In
.ONTROL"Now's Union 6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor- Visiting Mr and MM. J. D. Bradford County, but fell 0.1 "fTHOMAS R GARTLAND. General Man
Phillips Sunday afternoon were and of Hobe Grove
ager part-owner
ship 7:15: ; Wednesday evening. per cent statewide.
her aunt and uncle. Mt. and here in Associates, in Hobe Sound Florida,
Prayer Service 7:30: with choir Stamp tax collected
Mrs. Harry Jeter of Hawthorne. and irrigates a 4,000-acre citrus grove with
1968 totaled $830 }
practice afterward. August
.y & 11 AL CO."Now's Renovation and improvementwork Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sulli- Increased to $1,091 in August electric pumps to lift well water into L iii
van attended a reunion of :her ditches. He reports: "We have forty i
Is continuing at Hope 1969, according to a report
family, the Peoples at tho 10-hp electric pumps for irrigation, and
the Time to Baptist Church with the Istat- from the office of State Comp-
Feed Azaleas"Grotone
(home -of Mr. and Mrs. Carl are well pleased with the push-button
latlon of a new roof over the troller Fred O. (Bud) Dickin
Electric motors for irri
Special Acid Base Brown at Dukes (near Lake operation. grove
walkway from the Sunday Butler) on Saturday. Sept. 20. son.Statewide gation have proved very dependable
School rooms to the church and Mrs. Rhoda Damoler, Mrs. collections fell from and efficient at low cost both in opera
CAMELLIAAZALEAFERTILIZER the conversion of a part of the Judy Hansen and Mrs. Sara $2.6 million In August 1968 to tion and maintenance as compared S .a y!
J nursery area into a pastor's In $2.3 million In August 1969 with any other fuel"Electric .
Chambers enjoyed dinner
z study should be completed this Dickinson's office reported. _p 4L
!! Crt week. Volunteer painters In Jacksovllle Monday evening In Clay County collections fell t4J j
r a s
observance of Mrs. Chamber'sbirthday. yraht j +
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this work were Rev. Merle from $7,955 August 1968 to $4.653
t 98 Packham, George Payne, and last month; Columbia County e
25 LB. BAG | Malcolm Adams. Enjoying; a cookout at the collections fell from $5,721 to
0 REV. FACKHAM WILL home of the George Payne at $4.834.
Paradise Lake last Saturdaywere
CONDUCT REVIVAL Main cause of the slump in
besides the host and hostess
Beginning with the 7:30: evening collections) has been the loss of '
the Joe family of
service Monday, Sept. 29, Hagen power by the state to levy doc-
Baldwin Mr and Mrs. Malcolm -
5-Lb. Bag -and continuing through the ; umentary taxes on: 'banks, the
Adams, and Rev. and
morning .service Sunday. Oct. Comptroller reported.
ORTHO CHLORDANE DUST 59C 5, Rev. Merle Packham, pastorof Mrs. Merle Packham. Banks were exempted! by a
Billy Phillips of Mlddleburg
Hope Baptist Church will Supreme Court ruling! that pro-
.
spent Friday and Saturday
Pin Bottle conduct a revival at Maxvllle night vided the exemption to state
with his
grandparents
Baptist Church. In Rev. Packham's banks and savings and loan associations.
ORTHO Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham.
VOLCK OIL 79C absence the Wednesday .
His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
evening Prayer Service at Hope "Florida stands to lose a
Phillips, after him Saturday
Church will be conducted by came great deal of tax money from
afternoon after attendinga
Rev. Fred Dodd and the Sunday this ruling as do many other
morning service by Rev. Nor- company fish fry at Black states with similar tax struc-
PEAT HUMUS Bushel45C man Redding. Rev. Packham Creek. tures. Congress must act in

..- -. "" will return for the Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fulghum favor of the states to remedy
---C6. evening service. Jr of Palatka were Friday this problem," Dickinson has
GOOD WISHESTo evening visitors of Mr. and
RYE ald.The
GRASS SEED 14c David GrifOs and Matthew (Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr state's sur tax levied on
Packham who left bv plane transfers to realty has yielded -
from Jacksonville last Tuesdayfor Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. K. more significant gains, with: .' .I
ANNUAL 69c their six months National Childs Sunday were friends August collections mounting to ..' -- .:w... .r
PLANTS Guard training at Fort Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stokes of $416.470. a. 23.1 per cent Increase
.. .-..- .- __00- ...-- son, S. C. For friends here who Fort PJ.erce.Mrs. over receipts reportedin
---E :n would like to write to them, August 1968. Surtax receiptsin
Rae Beahler returnedto
their addresses are the Bradford County last month
HOUSE PLANTS same push-button pumping
her home Sunday and Is :
-. -----.------..--------.. -.-.-. ._29CEach except for the company letter, feeling better after a week's were $2,145 compared to $1,760
as follows: Pvt. David Z. Grlf- In August 1968.SMITH .
fls, 267-82-7355, Company C, or istay Center at Hospital the University in Gainesville.This Medical. 'efficient at low cost'It's :'
ZEBRA PLANTS Pvt. Clyde M. packham 267-86-
$149
was her second trip to the
8310, Company E, 1st Batta-
hospital this month, having
lion 1st Training Brigade, Fort
been there the week of Sept. 1 PLUMBING happening In up-to-date throughout Florida. Knowl-
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edgeable
operators drought worries pumpTHERESSA

Visiting the Jacksonville Zoo Contracting and repairs | irrigation, and assure' high-level, high-quality yields. You can
recently were Mr. and Mrs. De. Plumbing Fixtures .
I I Ir wilt Hersey! and Martin. Water.Heaters Pumps -1 water specific areas as needed even set timers to turn pumpson

ham Rev. and visited Mrs.their Merle son Pack-and Irrigation Iron Filters .| and off automatically. Modern electrical equipment serves

daughter-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Water Softeners reliably year after year, helps make every acre flourish with profit.
(Merle Packham Jr.. at Salt
At the first drop in the temperature will m1111: Springs Thursday evening. 964.6023 PHONES or 964-58321: Ask your equipment dealer. }

ii your home be ready to keep your family 1n Jr.Mr.and and Rusty Mrs.visited Percy :her Sullivan par- (Please make a note of I I=I=IW.OLO.'OA .

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INDIAN BEACH L ...... Locating Vets

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Michael It. Chlttyu COUNTY AGENT i Information available Indicates
470-2171 Saturday Oct. 4 12:00 NoonAt
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of .'County Extension pital, were transferred to other
Greetings, friends and neigh- There is always something meet also In our Agriculture VAH approximately as follows: OFFERING
Home Economics Agent bors, from your happy -to- happening in Bradford County! Building. This first meeting Salisbury, North Carolina, 33 65 Registered Aberdeen Angus

TURMOIL press finish for plents and be home, work swamped, Most of the time Agriculture will be to review the 1969 program veterans; Gainesville, Fla., 31:
TERMINOLOGY creases. rolling reporter I'm tell- is involved in some way. there year and make some early Charleston, South Carolina, 34; 7 BULLS Ready For Service
Wash!! and wear, permanentpress LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD ing you, Indian Beach was a is no one thing, except taxes, plans for 1970.OCTOBER Tuskegee, Alabama, 241: Agus- 40 COWS !Many With Calves At Side
non-h'on-do these mean When you are unhappy with beautiful sight last Tuesday that Is talked about County; 11 This day will ta, Georgia, 90: Miami Florida
the same thing? the behavior of fabric or ready- night around midnight. Even wide as is some phase or phases progressively become more and 50; Tuscaloosa Alabama 254; BEST ANGUS BLOODLINES AVAILABLE

No. They all Indicate easy- to-wear, let your voice be thought we love our relatives Agriculture. I want to more the talk of this area. Interest New Orleans, Loulsana 26. INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION BREEDING
care, but there is a difference. :heard. But don't complain to dearly, and we had a wonderful announce the next few events. has already crossed the It was also Indicated, that
There have! been so many new the dry-cleaner, your husband vacation, It sure was nice V County line. Our third Annual perhaps a considerable num- Mr & Mrs Andrew ,"Walker Owners-Live Oak, Fla.
developments in the textile industry to get home again. We had a another Starke ber transferred to the
or friends go to the retaileror SEPTEMBER Calf Scramble was
that there is confusionas perfect trip up and back from 27 Annual Chamber of
manufacturer. Reputable'!! Bradford County Biloxi Hospital.
retailers -
to their meaning. to to West meeting of our Bradford County
Mobile, Bonifay,
Commerce project fortheyouthof Director of
and manufacturers wantto ; Melvin T, Dixon
Farm
wear" garmentsare : home with no Bureau. Since Farm Bur-
"Wash and Bay, and then County. The scramblewill ,the
Veterans
our Division of
know '
about !
to be washed and hung to unsatisfactoryitems trouble at all. As I said in eau has purchased some tables 10 and five
be for registered
because this is their only and chairs for our Agriculture Affairs, understood that the r
have chemical letter last week, the only
drip-dry. They a my beef heifers. Ten
grade type hospitals to which these veterans -
way to know when you. the much Building, President Lonnie
finish applied to the flat fab- problem we had was too girls will be Included this yearto
dissatisfied.You Harley ,gays hat we are were transferred have
Most homemakers preferto consumer, are good ole Southern style cook- going
ric. scramble for five greased
iron these garments. as a consumer, how ing. Add delicious fresh sea- to have a more interesting an- taken steps to notify the next
lightly
"Permanent or Durable ever, need to be fair Don't buy food to that, and you've got nual meeting with a short pro- pigs.OCTOBER 28 Our Brad- of kin in the location of these

Press" garments are said to blindly, read labels and tags something that can't be beat. gram included. ford Union Cattleman's Association veterans.
This means and follow care instructions.Then When we came in last Tues- Farm Bureau In Bradford changed their meet- Dixon urges relatives of veterans -
have
a memory. .
that after washing!! and tumble when the merchandisedose day night, I found a large package County Is closely approachinga Ing date from 2nd to the 4th formerly hospitalized\ at
remember their not perform satisfactorily, on mv desk. It was mybeginner's membership of four hundred. Tuesday night of each month. Gulfport, wishing to know
drying they
pleats, and smooth return !it. When you return an Student Kit from the. That along with 40,000 in the Cattlemen remember this new where the veteran was trans.
creases surfaces. This Is the result of Item, include as much Information Palmer Writer's School, state, means that Farm Bureau date. The change was made ferred should contact their
special curing as possible:,:: as to how the complete with two month'sassignments must be doing things that peo- hoping to Increase attendance.My local County Service Office, or
finish plus a r
a in writing. I write :hIm at P. O. Box 1437
The garment is made, garment was used and cared ple think are right and good. space is limited so I will
process. for. am now officially enrolled at The Board of Directors have not tell about other things that St. Petersburg, Fla. 33731.
the finish!! applied, the garmentIs and will be deve-
this school,
CUES FOR CHILDREN'SCLOTHING planned a real treat to beginat happening In October.
then are
cur
into shape :
pressed Besides
loping my.creative writing. 6:30 p.m. Golden brown,
ed at a high temperature in a all this school work will southern style, fried chicken CARD OF THANKS
Careful shopping for chll.dren's
special oven."No.lron" have six columns to com- May we take th'.s method of
news will be In the spotlight. This
those clothing: can save timeIn Movies thanking friends for their
fabrics our
are before read this Indian -
plete you first action on the agenda Is -
ironing, and mending
washing
wrinkle free due to kind expressions of .sympathyIn
that are Beach News. But with the directed by J. R. Kelly and he
To save time in washing!! :
their basic fiber properties!! as help of the Lord, I am sure thatI has a number of good helpers.In our recent bereavement.
well as how they: have been buy clothing; that can be put can make it. addition to an annual "True Grit," the movie which, These thoughtful acts have I
reportby
into the family wash and need is likely to bring an Academy comfort
woven or knitted. pOlyester My father James had two our own people, there will been a great source of
and nlyon garments fall into only touching up with the weeks vacationing: visiting, be door prizes and election of Award nomination to John In our sorrow, and will always
this category. These fabricscan iron1; avoid buying garmentsthat fishing, and just plain goofingoff new Board of Directors. Mr. Wayne, is set far the Florida remain a cherished memory.
also have the permanent must be washed by hand which ended Monday. lIe Wilford Croft, District Direc- Thearer's !screen Friday thr. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead

with a soil resistant finish; select says lie feels like a new man tor from Lake Butler, will dis- ough Tuesday Jr. and family:
SEE fabrics that are colorfast: after all that rest. Wednes- cuss the Four l.ountyonSOl: ; "True Grit" based oa: the

'TJheJPaint People and shrink resistant; consider! day afternoon, my cousin Jerry idation Plan being proposed. best-celling novel ,by the .same '
To insure
the washable woolens and per Crenshaw brought Grandmother All this will take place at the name Is the story of an unusual ,
manent press fabrics. To save Copeland home after she had Bradford County Fair Grounds. trio tracking a killer.
Moo e0PAINTS time in ironing: Buy garments'!! stayed with him and his parents, OCTOBER 2 This can be Wayne stars as the U.S. mar.

of simple construction; remem- Roy and Teenle, and his sister the official opening of our 1969- shal who never knew ber to let wash'n wear gar Joan. 70 Strawberry Season. Official day In his life RICO'
ments drip dry; !elect knits, Ralph andPat Fillmon and opening in that we will be hold- Glen Campbell makes his

CENTRAL PAINT seersuckers, and cotton synthetic children, Rhonda. Donna and ing a grower meeting at 8 p.m. motion picture debut as a
blends that are easy Patty of Tampa, spent the in the Lawtey School. We want Texas Ranger 'whoa interested
STORES, INC. care; avoid garments that are weekend with Pete and Joyce all our Strawberry growers to in the bounty money.'

636 NW. 13th STREET overly decorated. To save time Barton and son George. Joyce help us in discussion of prac- And the third .j air, Kim
In mending: Select Pie correct and Ralph are cousins, and now tices that will be good for this
GAINESVILLEPHONB Darby, plays a girl who is
are business partners at the season. We want to review our
size for your chad; adjust to
378-1281 still wet behind the ears but
fit to prevent rips and tears Keystone Drive In Theatre. one year experience with the who Contact ma today
wants to her
Lee Young of Floral City, and Tioga berry we had last year. get Daddy'skiller. J 5s
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Star- OCTOBER aoy
5 Our Starke- z .
CERAMIC ling of Jacksonville, visited the Bradford County Chamber of The picture recommendedfor (\. (ckbookbed .
QUARRY VINYL Bartons on Sunday. Next time Commerce Is Introducing our general audience '1O\\
we want to get out away from new manager, John Meyers, Set for the 301 Drive-In Fri \\.o cc'\ \\.cbo e't.Lbce'

home on the weekend, we can with a reception from 4:30: to day, Saturday and. Sunday is 7t ....'c"0' \)\.Jrc'. rJ zJta 's!
.'t.3-\' '10'o' :
go out and support our neigh- 7:30: p.m. on this date. The that screen classic, "Gone With (.e'' 1. 1\. ,. r-.; .
Robert L. KitchensTile bors at the Keystone Drive- reception will be at the homeof the Wind" starring :Clark Pa' '3-\t ..0 :
'I\t omzao'ks
in. Mrs. Loyree LaNier, adjacent Gable, Vivien Uelgh), Leslie .,r. ;:; ., \.c S\} nJn
Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Cattlett, to the Bradford Furn- Howard and Olivia de Havll- .. <" ; '! \\\ '3'o. -
\n
Contractor of Jacksonville, spent the week- iture Company. Our Chamberof land sc g5. o y '3-\W o 'o3 (\hesooi ;

end with Mr. and Mrs Daryl Commerce is off to a new MEfcRTTTWILLIAMS -\\\'b\\\\''t. cvoC.\,'; ..::.;.: .; ...

Barrows. start and we In agriculture wantto \ o'\) "
Mr and Mrs. Andy Boswell assist in making this a real 'eab' \' oJc\. 5''t.z'o\yo 1 '' a6
1020 E. CALL ST. 964.6923 took a trip to Winter Haven, and true Starke Bradford CARD OF THANKS \\y(\ zc"' 31 -

STARKE, FLORIDA then to Yankeetown, for a few County Chamber of Commerce. To all the many people, we abcc\ days last week. They say they OCTOBER 7 After skip would like to express our heart- 117. N:.. Walnut Street )\ \ < \ .o
really enjoyed the lovely ping September, our Poultry felt thanks and appreciationfor PHONE 964-5391 'os(\ ;:;bJ\an da ab\V c s *",1.'t'b't.O \.

scenery along the way Producers will meet again to their kindnesses, food and '1>' SU sb\.. \:..e5. so'wi'..z'cic
Dr Carl Cavendish and two of hear Mr. Roger Painter, along flowers. May God bless each of p.s10. ; O'I.'b' '\ i1y t5 sacs' Ja' mo e..
STATE '
his friends were staying at time poultry operator and part- you. The Edward Griffls fam FARM :o a
.r his lake cottage last week They ner In Painter Poultry Company ily. lift...Insurance Officer 6vaaatingtoq Company. ,Russia/ (-A I ..cbay e e o b\) (ot(\
all the Alder- b. vQe 10
came way from of Jacksonville. We expect \ .\)
P son W. VaM to enjoy Painter '. . ....:..... ... ..........................u....u........u..u.,.,.,.'.._.'_'_''_uu......... 9 ., \\0\'
CALLSTANLEY our Mr. to give us ::: ; ; ; ;; ;::::::: :::-::::-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::':':':':':':':':':':';';':;':':':':':':':':':':';' i1:;I ecconE '
lake. '
some good Information
LYONSCONTRACT Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis look to the future in the as pro-we ;{111 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1111
heard Music from their grandson, duction of poultry and poultry Home Tallymasterby
Jerry who Is on a ship products. 8 p.m. In our Agriculture
In the Mediterranlan, where he
:;
Building.
PAINTING Is serving time with Uncle Sam. OurnewFarm :: STARKE :::ti:
VICTOR
Mr and Mrs Dick Milliard Bureau
r
Board of Directors will
went to Quitman, Ga. to see her :::: PHONE 961-G200 :::|:=

PHONE 259-3084 mother, Mrs. Sweat, who was In W X' WITH SUBTRACTION 74.30;

MACCLENNY FLA. the hospital. Ala was a supper guest recently '
We are sorry to learn that of Jack and Lou Miller 1|1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1

everyone at the Lanier home and children, TC., Jack and AT THE TELEGRAPH
was down with a cold. "Hope Joan The Millers were visit 111| PHONE 473.3176 |
FREE Estimates -- Satisfaction GUARANTEEDFarm you're all better by "
now ed a couple of days by Lou's t::: ........... ;.;:;::.:..:.:....;.............. ..:.. ....., .. .::;:
Ernest Byrd of Birmingham of ::W:::::&::::::::::::::#:::::::::*:::::::::::::::- : ::: ::::;;::::::::.....:: -.. :
mother, Mrs Ruby Dyal,
Gainesville. Lou heard from her
--------
sister and brother in law
Nell and Don Thorne, who are
I GAINESVILLE Business Directory currently stationed in Hawaii,

and they will be stationed In Walk in L LAmerlcii. GM
Charleston. S.C. in the Sprll1.l.{..
Mrs. Tom Norwood and Mrs.
and Industrial ......".........
Air Ccnditioning-Heatlng MOBILE HOMES_ Emily Heath spent a few daysin
Equipment Jacksonville recently. Mrs.
Air Conditioning MUSTANG Norwood visited her sister,

Heating By Santa Fe Tractor, Mrs. E, Knighton, and Mrs.
General Electric Mobile Homes, Inc. Heath visited Leo Shackelford.
FORDFarm Tom Norwood was visiting In .
Russ's Shed Metal, Inc. Tractors It Implements Gainesville's Discount MobU. New Smyrna.

Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales, Lot. The weather over the week-
Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPELLA end got pretty wet but not so

GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow much as it was in West Fla,
AUTO SALES Monthly Payments Part of State Road 98 from

Johnson & Faris Inc. 4820 N. W, 13th 378-134 Panama City to Apalachicola
BRASINGTONCADILLAC (the route we came home) was

OLDSMOBILE under water Sunday and 6 Inches c;
PLANTS
SALES & SERVICE Insecticides SEEDS --Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS MOTORCYCLES_ of ralnfell in Blountstown, __
and caused flooding there It _
Fine Selection of Used Can
BMW _
Taken On Cadillac Trades YAMAHA was very dry in that area who _

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreader e ce&741s4 we were.. there last week, but f _
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-0476 K' notr

CRANE 'Sales'- Parts Service guess its wet now.
MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811 Well, that seems to be all of<
LINCOLN MERCURY the news for this week, so un

Authorized Sales & Service FOR MOTHERSTOBEA MUSICBALDWIN til next week, here's Leeon.?
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF

Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks LEEON'S CORNER

MG Triumph Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits "Back To School"

606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS-& ORGANS
Phone 372-4251 CHOICI OP THI ARTISTS' It's back to school,
INC. For the girls and boys.
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA .LJiPlKun MUSIcco. No more lazy days,

7M W. University OpP. S.F.J.C. Filled with pleasures and

G'ville Shopping Ctr. 37&S353 joys.
Mechanical CONTRACTOR
4 wheel drive and oars No more "Lazy bones",

Sales Parts Service MOVERS_, .. Sleeping till ten. ,
Clean Used: Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. Distance Moving But seven, maybe earlier 'z
1700 N. Main 376-1266 Lone When that long day will be-
Thompson' Refriirerallon.. Storace Packing gin. .
Service Crating Shipping
Beauty Academy Realtor Air Conditioning Free Estimates, Call Nights plagued with homework,

Repair on White Appliances HILL'S That keeps you up late. -
POWELL'S 61 Iiulaitrtal Combustion Service Doing that Math, :

Beauty AcademyLearn Boller Room Sales & Service Van Service, Inc. And History you so hate ( -

3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
a Profession In Your 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlU I'm "Schooling" at home
Spare Time. Full or Part Time Telephone 372.2162MEN'S 372-4771 So it's not quite so bad. S

219 NW. lOth. 378-2766 Hut still it sure cuts,
Top nf the lint Kinti\\\iwil t,," Wolf-!?.
WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL: Out the free time I had.

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC STAG 'N DRAG I : PAINT & But And looka hear what here I friend say You'll have a hard time finding a wagon as easy to get into as a 1970 Chevrolet.Try .

Tor all this hard work. il sometime. With a;1 rubbered stair built right into
Grlffla SolU GLASS CO. (limb into. oilier'
We'll be richly repaid.So any wagon, then climb into the bumper
Motor Co.
Repair Arrow Shirt Florihelm Shoe I Glass Mirrors Sliding Door. onof ours. With a I roof thoughtfully forward so

Of Gainesville, Inc Formal Rental 'Tub Enclosures Shower; Door. let's keep on working, ('hevrulctwint int; walk: you won't hit that mG .
Repairing RewindingNew Ladles Sportswear Furniture Top Windows : With diul-.ietion' door hat -
With never a doubt. a ( swings open Look into a walk-in at your Chevrolet dealer's.
*nd Uaed Z .STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awning that fool. without jutting hinge
And pity pore any Putting you 'first, keeps us first. On The Move.T
tai N. W, lath Ph. 372-4318 GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. JTMltl Who decides to drop out. .

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....4 I II
t. 1969.
Graham Terry YawnIn (SEAL) of issuance the de""rl"tlvn uf
Charles A. Derby the property, and the names In Kitties. highest blrldei<< at the court hones (SEAL)
DelegateTerry As Clerk of said Court WllllU It waa UM..w...ttU are. US All of said property being! of in door on the first Monday In the '
the County of Liiudforcl. state: :
By: Beulah M Moody follows: month of October lf>61, which Is Clerk f'Circuitt'nri''of
By Mr*. D. E. B1U By: Cathy. tcfercn Ae Deputy Clerk 9-11 4t 10-2 \vl'tulcllte. :-'o, 75. Year of 1s- Florida.Unless ouch certificate or cer- the 6th day of October, 1080. ford County FIC>I'ldn. Brad
Yawn nuance 19U7.Lescrtpttun(
of
Starke was r tlflcates shall IIP redeemed according 19P ted this 21st day of August 9-4 4t 9-21:!
of Property 1 Lot ,
one of .. described
nine Santa to hIth. property
I r II Fe RiverJunior In The County ...a"..'. Court I. BelllK U4.U 1't. N Ac 1:1:1 By :SO; Kt. In lull ci-rtifliute( or -
College students attending And For Urndford County, Flor- Kacw,; L.yiiitf And Lirlng in NKCOH : certificates will be said to thehlsh..t

SCHOOL INSURANCEThe the District II Florida Junior 4d. o( .'bb"01\ \ts". .: 01 X...N T-li-d\v-/4 ,ot lt-2 SEa:-:;E.\: bidder at the c-ourt. house
ProbsteFile MimdaIn
deadline for school Insurance CHURCH NEWS: College Student Government I. No. 1.1 MM Is' a me In \vnltn assessed...- dour month on of the October lint, 11111I'hlrh! << RihiCas \Water Heaters
Graham Baptist Church Association Bensel, die nlliiina 11'11 October ll>(III.! k
has been extended to Conference In Re: Estate Of John .. In is the 6th day or
\ of kind
biting
t Monday, Sept. 29, according Homecoming Is set for next Friday, Sept 19. In Ocala.! NoficiT" Petition For the County. ol|property muuiord, state: Dated this 22nd day August-

;}j to Principal Lennard Register. Sunday with dinner on the Yawn Is the son of Judge .' Final ninrhanre Flllnir Of" Executrix ot Flui Ida.Imvsssuch. J9H9.(SEAL ti / heats water 3 times faster!
certificate
\' grounds and a Gospel Sing. hereby given thatI or certltKatus Charles A. Dnrliv', ;
The insurance, which pays according and Mrs. Theron A. Yawn of Notice In mill 11 b.. redeemed ac- '
of Bradford
for distribution Court -
will be Rev.FredS. have filed my petition Clerk of Clrtult <
Guest speaker 1\\
to a scheduled amount Starke. and for final discharge ouidintc to law the property dtisvribvu County Florida I ,t f
for injuries received at schoolor Dodd of Keystone Heights JOINPBENSFL. thn Estate certificates, III will such bo critnuuie sold tu the or g., H 0-25 <. Rivers Of Hot Water At
deceas
on the school bus, is $3.25 of highest bidder at the courthouse
EVERYONE WELCOME! !. The Circuit Court F.1"hth" ed. and that on October 28.. dour un the fliBt MondayIn Notice Appllenllon For Tnx I
per student for the school year, Jadlrlnl circuit, Of Florida; laA 1969, I will apply to the Honorable month of OLtul) r. lliotf. wnu.li Deal I LOW, LOW COST
Fie said. Another more com- The GA's meet Tuesday,Sept. .d For HrniUoril County Theron A. Yawn County is tile Uth da> ot October, ilibJ, Seo. 1111.11''. F. S. I<
prehensive Insurance is avail- 16. President Cathy Lefeversled CI\IL. ACTIOV: Judge In and for Bradfordof Dated. this 21st day of August Notice Is Hereby a I\'en. thatMr. I<

able, at $12.75, which covers the the program. In their business Case Dale No. DOT Sherrlnff, uo dlsfrlbutinnaand r an finaldlsrhnrge the (SKAWmullet. 1U6SI. .the T. Alderman follow'Inn certificates, the holderof has I I Pay For It From Your
student for 24 hours fora discussion they decidedto Franklin as Executrix of A. Derby filed said ceitltlcates tor a tuxdeed ,
a day, William J. B. Day I
full Parents hold the GA meetings every Plaintiff.vs- will of John Bennel. deceased. Clark of Circuit Court of Brad- to be issued<< thereon, The Utility Savings
year. wishing to DetendRnt. -S- Fuse StaufferElise numbers and
PROPERTY Surd County, Florida. certificate yenrjof
second Tuesday after the fifth NOTICE OF SUIT -NO .
have their children included In Stauffer UU 8-23 Issuance the description|

; either policy should send the meeting. After dismissal, refreshments To: 11Sr. William J I*., Day Myron.S-!' Myron C. Prevatt C. Prevatt property was iiVsessed and the are names as follow In whichIt : 1 PURCHASED FOR

money to the Hampton Ele- were served by You Are Hereby Notified hRs been that P. O. Box 668 Notice Of Apnllciitlon For Tax Certificate: 68. Year of Issuance -

Mrs. Almaleta Sparks. filedcagainst" you.adoption and you are Keystone heights. Florida UevilBev.. 1111.10. F. ft. 1967.Description. P'oper.t.COM: $2.00 Per Monthon
mentary School not later than 82658 of .
The WMU's next meeting will required to nerve a, tPn of to your it. Attorney for Executrix Notice!! In Hereby Ulven' holder that at IN!, con of SE'I of "',,, &
I Monday. written defense 10-11 air T. J. Alderman, the I297
be October 6. whoseI 9.18 n run 'V 394. Ft :s 1:10: Fl.
on the plaintiffs attorney of the following certificates has F' 97 Jo'T. S 5115 Economical
323 Slade
Church Services are Sunday 7t05eN.'TemplegAve.<< filed said certlilcutes: fur a tax Ft.-:' I 22a Ftr2lK'ane SEC, : Gas
CARNIVAL DATE SET School at 9:45: and Church at 11. Pierces 201 deld tu be Issued thereon The. Ft. to POBjJJE

Saturday, Oct.. 25, has been Wednesday Night Services at 8. nue. original Starke. FloridA.with the and clerk file of Kotlep' Of Apnllentlou For Tux certificate numbers\ and' yearsof of ;?; iii w j hlc'h 'assessed :Mr'. CALL NOW
the Issuance, the desci ll'tlun
set for the PTA Bradley EST.
annual Hollowe'en .
beforeOctober bred a. S
court on or
.bove styled ".."Seo!! lU-t.ill F. M. '. the property and the names In All of said. property being In
:
Carnival 196-: lADFftAQ 332 w-
atHamptonEIe- VISITORSMr. 6. Vhe i"d Notice j.. iicituy Ulven. that which It was assessed are as the County of Bradford State MADISON
mentary School, according to and Mrs. Judgment nay ? de- Mr. 'x', J. Alderman 1 uiu nusuer follows: UHO
Harley Starlinghad agatnst you complaint"or Jot the liiieatvs Certificate: 27. Year of Issuance 0fUFn1rersi'luch; certificate or certificates PHONE 964-7701
Mrs. Joyce Collins president. following HUMfiled I
weekend Mr. and 1963. redeemed according
guests, tlon. Bum. tieituliates fur At.." Property; 2 shall be II
Fifty cent donations toward a Mrs. Johnson of Charleston, WITNESS my hand and dues l\t tieus ...",V"". '1:.1WCBllilKuio In Description ULJC 16 In of Lnwtey E of Lot H\ to law the certificate property described or- I
pony may be made to any PTA S. C. seal of said Court on September : lIu"LU..r" and years Name In which as..se,1 Hairy certificates In will such be sold to the
member before that time. This 'Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff

year's "country store at the visited Sunday ivith Mrs. Irene -.j rIIr_ .

carnival will be only homemade Ratliff and her grandson, Chipp

items, Mrs. Collins said, and Ratliff. APT

contributions of homemade Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellingtonof ARMY NAVY

sewing, crafts, cooking and Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. t y4,
canning may be made to Mrs. George Rivers Sunday.

Collins or Mrs. Wessie Saxon. Miss Sharon Cain will have a

bridal shower on September,
ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION given by Betty Davis, Almaleta

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Green of Sparks: Irene Ratliff, and Thel-
Gainesville were honored on ma Dyal. "' '
their second wedding anniver- I C4gii4q 8a& Sav

sary Sunday afternoon, with a
?
surprise reception at the homeof 770 Students

Mr. and Mrs.Wesley Griffin. 1 etah Q, A
Present for the occasion were For

Mr. and Mrs. Griffin and Phyllis Registered :eVEn ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Green enNT4, eta DISCOIdN JTOeII
,
Sr. and Nathan, Mrs.John Green College Here od ar1l Y MORE FOR YOUR MONEY AT EAGLE!

Jr. and Susan, Mr. and MrsE. *

L. Blrt and Alan, Rev. and 110 students had registeredfor FRIDAY AND SATURDAY *
Mrs. Melvin Hamel!, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Carter, Mr. and first year college courses .
Mrs. A. H. Perry, the honored being offered here for the first EAGLE FOAMING JEAGLE RUST PREVENTIVE

couple and their William time by Santa Fe River Junior fr
baby son, -
College in the Starke Center at / I I I CLEANSER fT SPRAY PAINTS
the Bradford Middle School. ; ; rop
HALF PRICE
PERSONALS Seven of the 12 classss being Removes stains fast ,
N 'a i} u Cuts fast Protects surfaces
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davie being offered however, had grease
ep *
j Contains pu".6
ACTION Gives durable
the of Mich- fewer than the minimum of 10 finish
are parents a son, BLEACH Pvt' t ,a Assorted colors
ael Lynn, born Thursday, Sept. students required to begin 13 O1s' YOU
SAVE
18, at the Bradford County Hos- classes. l 'e LIMIT ONE P+,z Rusr 'in 74C
pital in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Students will be able to register ,, ""'"'--- ". {.I. C a 1G P, rvtsres 14 Oi.

Leroy Rhoden of Hampton are up to the first day of .....--, N P"Lr CanFIRESIDE

grandparents.Mr. classes Sept. 30, according to ,a CIEMNS ,
and Mrs. Calvin Varnes Alan J, Robertson executive di4 34 ':" .\ 44 C I r'

and son Michael returned last vice-president! of SFJC. -- Mrr p, ,-_
week from Colorado after his Courses to be avilable In the I Can

honorable discharge from the coming term in Starke are I CREMES OR

Engineering Corps of the US The Mathematics MS 10062; '
Army. For the prsent they Science PS 111.62; "
Physical CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
are staying with her MEN S SHIRTS
parents, The Sciences, SE 100.62; The MEN'S VINYL OXFORDS
Mr. and Mrs. John Sparkman.
Social Sciences SO 100.62; Effective } WASH 'N WEAR ]\ Homemade flavor
Mr. and Mrs. Dees of Lake- PRIDE ;
SH 200.62 Individual
Speaking. ; Short sleeves in
Italian Delicious
land styled treat
spent Sunday last week here .ae '
with his aunts Mrs. Bertha in Changing Evlro- attractive patterns black comfort //tUr' for allCrispy
two sections, BE 100.62 *! ull msites Sites from 6''
ment to 12
McIntosh and Mrs. Ethel Tid- 1.t: 0. ''r+ SF M Lcut I A freshness
and BE 10064. The English
o"t
well.Mr. =Ai : YOU SAVE 550'r '
and Mrs. James Uras- Language, two sections. EH
meyer have moved their mobile 100.62 and EH 100.64; Survey of

home to the lot adjoining the Emory English Literature EH 214.62:

Knight home on the west U. S, History to 1877, HY 251.62.

side of Hampton. Mr. Gras- and The Humanities HM 100.62.

meyer is stationed at NAS, Classes will run from 3:30:

Jacksonville p.m.: until 10:05: p.m. at the

Mrs. G. C. Cox takento Middle School. : '
was I I .

Saturday Bradford for treatment County Hospital follow- Cummlngs.All of said property_being In 'c ::: a MEN'S ; -K BOYS' PANTS

Improved ing a stroke Sunday., but was much of the Florida.County. of Bradford. :state OXFORDS & LOAFERS 1' PERMANENT PRESS

Unless such certificate or certificates c
Clyde Rahme has been ill In shall be redeemed according ,, Handsomely styled in f \I"Y y styled
Alachua General Hospital in to law the property described "b. sh" suede leather 100" cotton fabric 1
,
In such certltlc-late or Assorted I
Gainesville! for the last two popular colors Ass't. colors to
certificates will be sold to the to choose from choose from
weeks. highest bidder at the courthouse Sizes, from 6 to 12 .
Mrs. E. D. Allen flew to door on the first MondayIn st {
month of October 1969, which You SAVE 386b2
Claremore, Okla. last weekto is the 6th day of October IK till. YOU SAVE 556 !rt 'e'r
be with her mother, Mrs. Dated this 19th day of August.

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Students in Mrs. Zimmerman's Clerk of Ituurt of Bradford _
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elected officers, and will hold IJrrilSec.

class meetings on Monday: each 1"4.10. F. M.
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Our editorial. SSttftSMS.SR
Training Season

Wild Ride ti r For Deer Hounds
To
Caquas Starts Oct. 3


Deer hunters will be able to

You don't have tospeakSpanish (Fourth in u series uf a'rlicles by Telegraph publisher E. L. Matthews who toughen their hunting hounds
of :hunting sea-
for the rigors
to get around In Puerto accompanied Marine Air Reserve Attack Squadron 142 on a trip to Roosevelt son in three regions of the
Rico, but it helps. Roads. Puerto Rico.) '
state this year. The special 1:;
The only Spanish word I
period for deerhounds
know Is "SI" (yes) -- and t' day toughening will be limited to the ,.
obviously that won't work in I
all situations. j Everglades South Florida, and
Fortunately, most of the na- wct Northwest Florida regions.
Kirkledegook! ties speak somelnglishaswell 1 According to the Came and
Water Fish Commission,
as Spanish, but every now and 1. Fresh
then the special 15-day training! sea-
.
For instance, my experience .- son will get under way on Octo-

After carefully doing his homework. The highway policy announced by
With a set of Florida road maps on Chairman O'Neil reads like Alice in in a small delicatessenoff I October 17 In, the Everglades!

one hand, and voter registration bookson Wonderland. After all his public pro- the beaten track in San Juan. 4jL and South Florida regions! In
After one of two attempts to j Northwest Florida the special
his
the other, Governor "I Claudius"Jil"lc nouncements declaiming supportof
get the message across, I realized training for deer hounds will
has come up with the baffling highway safety, Kirk kicks the the saleslady didn't speak ;.. start October 18, and run

conclusion that it is "inflationary" to ''props from under the most effective English, so resorted to age- p through October 31.

build roads in comparatively sparsely life-saver known ,- the Interstate old universal sign language. Training regulations provide

populated northwest Florida, but non- Road System. Pointing to the doughnuts, I that deer hounds may be train-

inflationary to construct -them in the ,held up six fingers, thinking that ed off leash during daylight
gesture could be understood in hours, only during the special
vote-rich areas of South Florida.As "This (Kirk's program) is a direct i aav language, even Sanskrit.imagine toughening period. Dog owners

play into the hands of toll road bond my surpirse when may not possess any firearms

Sen. Richard Stone remarked ata sellers. The same contractors who ]this simple motion touched offa while training their hounds,

cabinet meeting last week, with ton- would be building the Interstates will spirited that now the of lady Spanish needed, Indicating 1M, pr and training Is not permittedIn

gue in cheek, of course: "Governor presumably be building toll roads, so ]more information of soma..kind .any wildlife managementarea.

you're the greatest." construction money will be passing l before we could complete the

through the same hands. But the inte- 'transaction. But what?
About that time,another cust- If you am a real gourmet Kooitlna Pto-A Futrfo Risen faverlf.
The that is. of health..
while
greatest finagler, rest winds up in the banks, my
(omer entered the store and nod- and can afford the tariff is a
you If the Chamber buying
Absolutely the greatest.Kirk's motorists continue to be double-taxed. ,ded yes when asked if she spoke might dine on ensalada de caracoles master hornsman, aided and to be all eyes, and make a mu- station wagon, paper clips,etc.,
abetted
]English and"would serve as interpreter (snail salad) at $3.25. by a constant stream of sical note that sounds more like and even personnel, It shouldbe
Spanish shouted in
Rep. Lynwood Arnold, chairman of j After a lengthy (This was the price on Vieques. invective a "a bird chirp than a croak.They're on a competitive basis!
latest snafu there will brassy voice at any competing
means that sounded
some-
exchange
In San Juan it would everywhere'apparently Community
the House Transportation Committee, doubtlessbe To emphasize my
driver who dared in his
be almost no further construction on 1 what like a session at United double that amount). Em- get way. and lull you to sleep at Spirit, I offered my excellent
that Kirk's freeze Interstate in of rush
on Weaving and out
Interstate 10 across Northwest Flori- says ]Nations, the interpreter infor- panada de Pescado (fish pie) night, like a one note symphony services to the Chamber at half
hour
construction is "nothing more than apolitical i med me that some of the dough- traffic like a whirling dervish
was $2 a portion normal salary and about half
da, Interstate 95; along the Atlantic on Vieques, Ettle seemed my
entirely
to save further embarr-i nuts were sprinkled with sugar, and unconcerned Wild life it Is for the
move Arrozy Hatichuelas, the seems, scarce what the Chamber pays
Coast, and Interstate 75 in the St. about the well being
assment by the State Transportation ;and some were plain. The poor man's dish (beans and an the island, and I didn't even position.So .
of his
Petersburg area for at least a year. We're about to lose $11 'saleslady simply wanted to know rice) and 80 cents a serving. shlney new VW. see any of the mosquitoes and I don't hear the Chamber
Remaining Federal funds will be used Department. ;which I preferred. At Barrachina, one of the I managed to ask a young girl ''Sle what you call its crying poverty and I want the

in construction projects other than interstate million more in Federal constructionfunds In the back seat if traffic was :they're too small to be seen, City and the County to give the

most of them toll road this quarter because the Road always this bad during the rush but bite) that I had heard so Chamber budget a hard look,
pro- Department hasn't obligated projects.It hour, and she said, "Oh yes. much about. when they purposely by-passed

jects in South Florida.In would look terrible to have to admitwe ;: (\ 1) We never know when we leave SeveralyearsagoD1ongooses several thousands in savings

almost the same breath that he lost these funds after losing $19.1 (Cftvl-600-115'?) ? time Caguas we get in to the work morning! In San, Juan.I what. the were island Imported of snakes.from India The to plan rid this Without way! being too conceited I

Here
million in the preceding quarter. always leave an hour or so
of I the better
used to call a halt on Interstate projects was effective in getting rid feel sure that am
the Governor is asking for more gaso- early to allow for accidentsand position.A .
they that specific
O------ most of the snakes,but now man for
Kirk berated House and Senate line tax money, and he's not spendingthe ---_/ traffic jams," she added. :an't get rid of the mongoosesor 30 :year Navy career and

leaders for not calling a special legislative we have." \\". My stay In Caguas was briefas ( Is it mongeese?). spiced in with teaching are ex.
session to enact new taxes to :build money ...,.> = .II JI, It was getting late and I At any rate, I didn't see or cellent qualifications for some

new roads in his proposed $300 million :: t'I ( learned that publicos don't run hear of anything In the wildlife position, but not for the Cham-
Alice In Wonderland Kirk In \ t' much after 7 o'clock because line except the little coqui, and ber position.As .

program. Blunderland Take your choice as travel between the two cities they were kind of nice to have apparently Mr. Myers has
icolorful thins out after that time. had to meet the nitty-
to which makes the most interesting around. never ;
How inconsistent can you get?- I spotted one that looked as gritty; of Industrial life and
reading. If he might be making up a Returning to San Juan rather strife, and commerical pub-

trip back to" San Juan, ana late, I ran Into a little shop licity, salesmanship, and all the
the conservative Florida l i
Even But amusing headlines are small crawled in the back seat. Two (the only one open at that time strains of any industry, where

Times-Union deplored the Governor'sstrategy consolation for the people of Florida, women were already in front of night) to buy a gift or two his efforts and energy were

particularly in the case of however who read fantastic myths with the driver. Before long a and it was there I encountereda used to be sure there was

IR 10, across North and West Florida, young boy got In the back seat wizened old man who must money in the till to meet the
about Kirk's "war on inflation" while with me. Then business came think Americans are either the payroll.
which has been a neglected stepchildin risking their necks on inadequate roads But you can see what a pre- restaurants In old San to a stand still. We waited friendliest or the stingiest He

Florida's interstate system since it that could have been replaced by Inter- dicament I would have been In If Juan, I ate Seafood Sarina which and waited, an d still no one people around. a fixed was always primarily on
was authorized in 1955. While IR 4 and a third party had not come along !seemed to be a mixture of else seemed to want trans- salary, not In any way
state highways if the Governor and his As I was leaving the shop, the dependent on the "ups and
No dough- cooked
nick of time. in the
IR 75 are 99 cent complete and IR In the everything ocean, portation to San Juan.
per ,
appointed road board had used their cof old fellow sidled up and 1 downs" of business. *
nuts to go with my morning with rice, and herbs, much as After what seemed like more poor
95 is about 83j per cent complete at resources properly. fee. (,Somehow I never did man we might prepare chicken pilau.A held out his hand, jabbering 1 will make a friendly bet of*
the present time, IR 10 is only 34 per age to make It to the officers cup of coffee at this parti- than an hour, I got worried thatI : something in Spanish that I $100 to $500, that if we both"

cent. mess In time for breakfast, cular spot was 35 cents, but might miss connections with couldn't understand, of course. send in sealed detailed theses,
closedpromptly then I guess someone had tc my ride back to Roosevelt In a hurry to catch the bus, to The Telegraph for opening
at the
which for the Flamenco dancers, Roads so I asked the driver I grabbed his hand and gave Ita on a specific day, that my !
>Of the 361.0 miles originally authoriz ungodly hour of 7:30: a.m.) pay .. ideas will run circles around
so it might as well be the tour-
rd' fqr IR 10 in 1955, only 124 miles And Mini Ruled A knowledge of the when language istas. his, in plans for a better Starke,
also comes in handy buy .
had been completed by last May, and ing unfamiliar canned goods that But getting back to the lan- and I would be willing for an

very little more since that time. Once upon a time, in Humanfolly- doesn't have a picture of the guage and my difficulties with impartial group of clergy men to
make the decision.
land, the ruler became the Ruler and contents on the label. same, on a second trip into San Then when I receive the verdict 'i:
Juan I decided to take pub-
"The people of Northwest Florida the battle of inches and ages raged.On the In beaten another path little in grocery San Juan, off, I lico to Caguas, a smaller city l4r_ as being the"Better Man,"

have received plenty of promises about one side the minis, the maxis, purchased ( to bring home In some 40 to 50 miles back in the amount I win from Mr. !
construction forces to the interior. Myers I will donate to a local
forthcoming on Interstate and the long-hairs joined my limited luggage spaceacan

10, but very little action," the T-U battle the Goldilocks, who used their of Crabmeat Asapao, Circuelas I went to the side of the pla- charity.

comments. "During the past two years rulers to Rule and proclaim: "This one As Pazas (prunes in heavy za where thepublicos seemed to The City and County go "
congregate and asked a driver'If over all the features of a new"
) Trozos de Frulta Bom-
about $31 million in Federal funds allo- is short I" "1 his i i& too long I" syrup ,
too one ba ( chunks), and a can he was going to Caw-goo-us, truck and then make their de
papaya
cated to Florida roads has gone un "This one is just right !1" grandly labeled: Candas PER- which seemed to me the logical cision. So I think my qualifi-

used.! Florida Transportation Secretary AN Asturias, Pulpo a la Marin- way to pronounce Caguas.Don't cations should be judged the j I

Michael O'Neal has said the amount The battle was fought over the 30thparallel era, which -- from the shape you agree? same way, expecially since no
lie looked at me in utter incomprehension one had the courtesy to mention I
I took to be
of the some
will be recoverable at later date. can --
some which came to be known as
kind of fancy sardines. and, after a few they had received my application J
But this claim has been disputed by the Generation Gap One of the most popular dishes more feeble attempts at the nor did they grant j

others." on the island is Lechon word, I gave up and wrote it L me an interview. The Chamber

Those who lived below the 30th par- Asado ( roast pig) which is down on a slip of paper. could have at least done that,
usually served with fried plain- "Ah Kah-gus. Si, senor... even if I do not know how
Commenting on the Governor's road- allel said "wanted to do their
they own tains in restaurants,or at road- I go there, soon as we get five to sign my own name!

building shenanigans, the Jacksonville thing," to use the vernacular of that side stands, much as we serve more passenger." what would happen if'no more quick shake. I am a bachelor, with one

Journal said : "Kirk's order to hold up time. hamburgers. What they do to It wasn't a long wait, as It passengers came aboard. Outside the store, "I realized mouth to feed, not four, and

funds for legislative projects until his make their pork so tender and was then late afternoon and "We stay here," was all the I had left a package Inside, so able to spend 50 to 70 hours

own $300 million! road building pro- succulent is a trade secret I commuters were on their way information I got. dashed back In and the old weekly on working toward a
Now this led to much confusion but
home from work. This parti- if Bold New Starke and could have
failed to learn. "Well, will you get going man was still there. He heldI
is
approved suggests there is
gram the long-hairs, the maxis, and minis Asapao, a thick soup or gum- cular driver was a lean, mus- pay for the other two seats?" out his hand again, and not to Sunday kept the afternoons Chamber office open

more political in-fighting" involved were able to unite in a common cause bo made with rice and a var- tacheod Latin type with the unpronounceable I asked in desperation be outdone, I gave it another feasible! if that was

than economic caution. the battle against: the Goldilocks iety of herbs, is also a native name of Ettie. "Si, senor."" quick shake. I don't understand how
the
the "just rightsies." favorite, and can be made He drove a shiny, new red VW I paid, and we went. It wasn't until I was on the Chamber can be '
so ir
Noting the Governor's disapprovalof with shrimp, lobster, crab station wagon with a loud beep- The ride back was uneventbus, halfway back to Rooseveltful throwing thousands "flip"
this
the capitol complex construction meat -- or a mixture of all. beep horn. as the rush was over, and Roads, that I realized the poorI way, when away
new they can
buy
The Goldilocks were able to unite on For snacks there are Pastel- That was the wildest ride I sat back to enjoy the scenery fellow was a beggar, asking foralms tity; (longer hours) quan-
project as "palatial palaces for only one thing. They, being above the lias (fried turnovers), alapur- ever took. I soon learned that and the lyrical sound millions ity (the best and qual-

potentates," the Journal said: "Rather 30th parallel, knew they were the Rul- rias (fried potato balls), and In San Juan the driver with of Coqui (co-kee) tiny frogs, Next week: Some of the things tion) man for the posi-
than the chicharrones the loudest horn gets the I should have told In the first and save "Money to
present objections to legis- and crispy pork about the size of the end of you
ers must draw line somewhere."Somewhere" Boot".
a
lature's programs in fancy catch phrases sl ins, right of way, and Ettle was a your little finger, who seems place. I do
,
waj: an inexact term, respectfully request both
the Governor would do better to -the City Council and County,
at best and the
exact eighth of an
ber head, and much more Important -
stick to plain, logical explanations for resident? Commission to take a long hard
inch continued to elude them. than the "chamber desires
his actions." is the responsibility to 'Neither"Mr."Myers or myself look at this entire situation.
,
Letters to U.S,1MAIL are youngsters, but 1 could have Hopefully,
City and County Taxpayer
Confusion reigned, tears rained, the every of the provided an MD' .......*
Especially, we might add, since he as a large part WI1HMH
H.
battle raged..) Until the Summer
day long-
one chamber is provided by .
budget .. .
.. ,
of million dollars Ir \
spent a quarter a to I .. -
hairs, minis, and maxis fought their the City Council and the County -

renovate and redecorate his own pala- way across the 30th parallel, looked the Commission, and this of courseis z_ 1L: -
tial executive palace. Editorr -
below, and proclaimed themselves to taxpayers' funds.
be the Rulers. The main theme of this letter
Also critical of the Governor's actionis is to review the situation .e

the Florida Conference of AAA Motor again, and try to find out why ,
New battle lines were formed and I was given the "run around"by

Clubs, who charged that: "Kirk's although the parallel had shifted, the Letters To The Editor the Chamber after I applied -'

freeze of interstate highway expendi- gap known as Generation still remained. MUST BE SIGNED for this managers position f taaRr
tures is another move on his part to ?

thrust toll roads state motorists. Mrs. Loyree LaNier requested -
upon During the past week The Telegraph has
an interview with me sev-
received: two "letters to the editor" which were eral weeks ago and at that time

not :signed, by the writers.It she asked me to head the Cof Lets 60 Sodtlnq

is standard newspaper practice that letters C tourism group.;' After

The Bradford County will not be used unless they are signed by sleeping on this idea, I sug-
gested that the Chamber
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Il. -- the individual or individuals writing them. The more of my experience and use

..=:. name of the author or authors will be withheld abilities, by hiring me as the Lvnh Agrn111ne.

1879 c; ....... tIllft upon request, when the letter is published, but new C of C manager! Senator V Cn"fl.afw.r.w outboard. If the engine Mini

for its own protection, the newspaper must know Charley Johns followed up my A tachometer la a practicaland too fast (exceeds the maximum
&= -? letter with his own Letter of valuable for the
\ who the writer is. accessory rpm'si), you should selecta

f"dhtlli6le, / We repeat: No letters will be published unless recommendation! outboard owner. pop: with more pitch. If the
MSMaaaFLORI Since then I have never heard A tach Is similar to a speedometer engine runs too "IolIelect
lie will give his anJel4! they are signed by the writer. We also request from anyone In the chamber but instead of meas- a prop with less pitch.

A ESS charge: of 'uu.-U'Mulm4( that typewritten letters* be double spaced.:! except what I read in The Tele- uilnj miles. per hour it registers If you hit an underwater
<..MII). revolutions per minuterprVs obstruction or run aground
and !
graph the Gainesville Sun
ON Sept. 22, 1959 ments "in order ( ) of your engine. Com- the tach will let you know
to
ASS O T carry out So I would like to know the
VW pared to
arc always: in IRs: |prt'st the policies of The Chamber a speedometer, it Immediately if the prop was
And whrn as following: gives more accurate readingson badly damaged. A bent
-nct' consciously prop
: Dear. Mr. Matthews: they desire." I hope don'tjust
we 1 1-- With City; and County funds performance. or one with n broken blade
acknowledge the |>rcsciifu of have a "Yes Man" in this indirectly involved why wasn'tthe Your outboard was designedto will prevent an engine from
GUll within us! wi! find. ourselves The old saying "the third Important position, as the opening advertise operate at maximum efficiency turning Its rated rpm's. This
: juiVt/ and peaceful. lie time never fails" and I hope Chamber hasn't shined at all 2Why wasn't my requestfor within\ a given rpm will be shown on the tachom
E. L. MATTHEWS Edltar-1'ubUet this is true because for range, usually .4,500: to :3.000
,
makes: us fl'l'll'IlIfl' and .seenre.In one brightly with results during the an Interview granted? Iwonder eter.You
Published each Thursday sad ale re4 Ml AeeeM this l way we CUM live in a reason or another, my last last eight years, and in ten U. dther applicationswere revolutions per minute. The can also use a tach to
tach lets
CUM Matter at Uu Foil Office at Stork, FJerWa world/ of order anil harmony two weekly "Letters To The years, it would mean a third completely ignored thiswasn't If you know Immediately is save money. You cad\ run fuel
under Aft .! March 3rd, Wt. vvhrru truth makes world ldIu: r" were never published! of a million dollars (Including viay forming your engine per- tests at different rpm's and I)
: our / I note the select the range which delivers i
smiling picture of
Subscription in interest) down tile aram, u 3--Why I given some cations.
trade
1
attar year, Jill OvteM u iilcasunt place! /in which to the "New Chamber Exec" the best fuel economy. You'll
{trade area 1 year, ..... live. the September 18th front on they don't produce better results seniority as a City; and County Accurate readings are ex- b" surprised how rgany fuel
page, One of the most Important over seven years. tremely Important when selecting dollars this Information can
of The Telegraph and his com- responslbilites of any cham-. In inference to a Clay County a propeller for your save vou over a lonft{ season.

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News About DAY WIDNESDAYa 1.."..aa. >rNRR. "4k6."'..

Colored Citizens
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flrrrrre-s-rj--s rereNJS..I \ FINE ARTREPRODUCTIONS "" :;.
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OES WORKSHOPAT .. .".. .
DAYTONA BEACH .1-, ... .0\011 \, ;
A Workshop will be held at I a 'L ,. ",. ._ ..............." I ,.,,.
Daytona Beach Friday and Saturday A : j .." s.p'. 2s 0 c'' 1 ,'II .
Sept. 26-27 for all officers I i VAUO 0 NLY 1 : .:
members Matrons, and ."..'. I'" 1- I"'..
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Patrons. The local Matron and I J94Ia1JiIle 139 the world's 4t\ -.G' r ,
other officers will attend, and Masterpieces by greatest 4f'F/I
PR\N1'\
all members invited. enhance home! Choose" 4,
are N. artists, ran now your own 'r 14" ,
FUNERAL NOTICES from among tho most famous paintings of all time! t.i. ONE 11 X(, IIt f 1 ltlll\,, PIOhIElltl. Y'i:
"' f oMll't \ 4J. lS I
Funeral services for Kelly I Thomas will be held Saturday, L lIMIT 1.'SCOUPOH' 99c ,
Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. at Greater Additional availableSAVE yA1VaBLE .l-
Allen Chapel AME Church with prints ( '. ;;;:..; I'.',.' .; : :-:.,
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the pastor, Rev. A. R.Richardson "" ...-.. --.....; .t" '" .
officiating. Mr. ''ihomas Get other magnificent fine art \ { ', ., l"' ;;:':;'". "; ;' ;:.. ,---='-
: : : fOOb
is the son of Mrs. Debbie l'''' =--
fraction of
Thomas, of Starke. Halle and STORES reproductions a 50% I.: -
Chesnut Funeral Home is In their normal retail value.
charge of arrangements.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Lillie M. Jackson,58,were held W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
at 2 P.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at F I- Waer
New Bethel Baptist Church with
Rev. A.Vlnsonofilcfating. Bur-
ial was In Oddfellows Cemeterywith
Chesnut & Haile funeral ChuckRoast
Home in charge.A .
native of Starke, she died
Tuesday, Sept. 16, in Bradford
County Hospital. Survivors Include -
two daughters, two sons,
and one sister, Mrs. Lonney H.
Hicks of Whit Plains, N.Y.

SCOUT NOTICES
Jimmie Jenki-n\ IH'CS all boys
between the ages of 11 16,
who are interested In joiningthe LB.Quant.v .
Boy Scouts, to meet Wed- .
nesday, Oct. I, at 7 p.m. at ; Rights R.LrvadPrices,Good All Week Thursday Thru Wednesday Sept 25 Oct. \
WINN' OKIE" STORES 'INC COPVIIOHT 1 19 69
Jenkins Recreation Center on
Grove Street.
The Girl Scouts will meet BOB WHITE REGULAR SlICID W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND
Monday, Sept. 29 at 5 p.m. ...__ _.. $ 79 ...__ _....,
at Greater Allen Chapel AME USDA CHOICE Bacon 79 Beef 3 LBS. 1 I .. -
Church. Parents are Invited to . LB. . .
attend this important meeting. W-D BRAND RIBSTEAK SUNNYLAND SHOULDER \
Elizabeth G.Walker,Scoutlead- 12-0. TENDER SLICED COOKED W-D BRAND LEAN OROUND..10O Free Stomp.w/coupon

er. Call 964-6683 forlnfor'natlon. \ Ham $39 Beef 5 IBS.SA J .

CHURCH. NEWS I . . . . / PICNICS. *

SUPERBRAND COTTAGE USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED POT
Greater Bethlehem Free Will 1
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper TENDER SMOKED WB
Cheese 2 "s 69 Roast. LB.69
Williams pastor. Monday night, I . I I
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Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday .
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night, Choir No. 3 and Us- lb USDA GRADE'A'JENNIE-O Quick Fro*
hers Board No. 2 will meet. .
Wednesday night. Prayer Meet- Nr e Roast.$299 Steak995 l
Ing. '1hursdaynight,Story Hourat
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the Church. Friday night, 1LB.
2-1/2 lb.. FRENCH FRIED HEAT a SERVE FISH USDA CHOICE' W-D BRAND CORN FED STRIP
Ladles Circle. Saturday night, LB 15'
dinners will be sold from the .
kitchen. Sunday School, 9:30 Sticks. . . 99 SteakT' !If
a.m. Morning Worship at 11.
Mount Carmel AME Church \ FRESH FROZEN PERCH FISH 2-lb. W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN CUBED BEEF \ ,
of Baldwin will render ser- *
vice at 3 p.m. Evening Ser- Fillets. L8.45 Steakettes.189
vice, 6 p.m. Visitors always . .
welcome. #._ #._ _

Greater Allen Chapel AME CHASE AND SANBORN
Church, Rev. A. R. Richardson ARROW
pastor. Sunday School, 10 IbT ONMell9EEl! t STANDARD CAN \
a.m. the fourth and last Quar- LANI i

at terly the Conference 11 a.m. service.will be Rev.held COFFEE Tomatoes!

have Richardson written asks reports.all boards There to Detergent% Chase.Sanborn.

will be no services at 6 p.m.
The Choir Union anniversarywill WHITE Limit, (One Coffee of Choice w/$5/ 00 or Mo,. 9nrrlinbBi Excluding Cigarettei
be held at 3 p.m. SundayIn I COFFEE I.. Ten I
BLUE
Macclenny. Rev. Levy Len- ,Wlth1500,
non, host pastor. Miss Choir COLD lltulu., "ALL GRINDS" or More
Union will be crowned, and I WATER I I Purchase
all members are invited to at- Ejicl. Cigarette

tend. I I 1 ee r AStOR I

Ebenezer Baptist Cnurcn, COFFEE No. 303 /
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. GT. I,1 & j 111
Everyone will be attending the BOX H CANS
Mount Sinai Assn. Sundayvluch' ::;
started Wednesday night Sept. c': 1
24, with a local program at t 1 :;.49 ;. T

Friendship Baptist Church In _
Gainesville, Rev. S. R. Brown ,
pastor. Formal opening Thurs- a.- -- .a.- --

day, Sept. 25. d .,..
Bible Study is held each Tues- R-... DIXIE. DARLING HAMBURGER a WEINER No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID PORK .
day night and Prayer Meeting SUPERBRAND LARGE / DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH .
each Thursday night.All mem- Buns 2/39 Beans 8/$1.
bers and friends invited to at- .. .

tend. 1 EGG S I 4-0*. ARMOUR DIAL 2O-O. HEINZ BREAD I
("Inuit Cnart ffF:r.ir'

t Ida 1 Ig1). FLerida'.',\I.III.' .For(.n('tr flrs\nf//611DCnuo-::n'f': :: 1)le.leFlower' I 1 Deodorant 59'GRADE Catsup. 3/$1. f |

In HE:and Petition Roaa D. Flowers. "A" I 2-Roll Pkg. ARROW WHITE OR COLOR BATHROOM IS-ox. FRISKIES' Liver Chicken or Regular Dog M I
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I TO: LIozle. Arne.a Perrv NOTICE, Frazier addre", Perry onknnwn : ALL WHITEFRESH FLA. .Tissue..5/$1. Food I. 10/$1. i 2

adArrss ::''led that the : : BMlVL :
Areshove. .
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You. Petltlnner'' pORRlaFlower' 4-0* GLEN FARMS STEM PISCES MUSH- -
named ,
his wife and Hnaa.I. e D. a Flowers Petition for the f Rooms. 4/l. Charcoal 87 \
adnptlnn In the abOY"of styled the court minor child DOZEN /ib.. /

are cnmmnn 1.r1 pettllon to I.e andb8PP ape;R 1 FC F 12-os. NIBLETS, W.K. 3-1/4 Lb. ROCKINOHAM' WHOLE W LOAVES

In 100'1 that and to Court 1-b.MiM..hnw nn not hI"grant.or'h Y t t Corn. 5/l. Chicken. 99 $
the p..tltlnn Hidnmntho may J .
ed'. oth-rwlM enternd "..alnat a you. trrant"fc&Vtfffv'b'nd . . __

8t and the seal. -- -- & -- --
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dnv?("Sr'rh of;!September(,r1.rUntv."< A..rmrhy, 1969.: U.S. NO. 1 REGULAR 'm. r r; dfJJ// THRIFTY MAID

ri.-rW Of The flr-ult. Court. \11 : ,
Dy: Tn pnevF. ..Tarby.Elsie Bt.
Potatoes1049f _
: l.-'S.t. FU.rl.1a('Siimlom142'w. ..11 Str"Stnrko. 2Ml.. ICE MILK

for
Attorney 1'etit1alPt 10.9 i "'tJ I1 l

Sfil'KE 1 ti f + .' j : "ALL FLAVOR,



BUSINESSDIRECTORY BAG RED DELICIOUSAPPLES -BEVi FROZEN FRENCH
1 4 49' ES..3/I.
.. BAG
VINE RIPE B-o* TASTE O' SEA FISH HALF

AUTO SERVICE TOMATOES. 29 STICKS..3/I. GAL.
LB.
LARGE FIRM HEADS B-OI. OCOMA CHICKEN,
Gilbert S. Brown sITURS/I.
LETTUCE 2/49 MEAT
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.Stindard Oil Service Station .. .....----. "
T TIRES.. *ATLAS BATTERIES r--------i EXTRl.I..I .X.A ruiX .A -r------.i; : ; .X. .A' .r'X. .A 1' .

.Budget... PHONE Term -94-7071 Road Service !.i d'N.GREEN.! STAMPS !; d'N..GREEN. .STAMPS.. ;! I I d7//.,GREEN. .STAMPS : d'N..GREEN? ... ', .STAMPS..,...u.q r I .d7l,...GREEN,.,....wow STAMPS. : .

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SUrke& "J. twOrIDS i'J i J HIS OtMOKf 'I ; 51. .; ;: ; ;:
407 N. Temple +., +., j la rr0 +., 'IOU r.0 ...r101.N
to,. SOUMFIN stilt "to,. /Ilel llS 01" 'IQ,. USDACHOIUO'fO/ I tOW N.a WOIU..DIUN "toW
:"I ... Shrimp Bur en .I'' ..' Soft Oleo 1 .......... Boneless' Roast ., Ground Bee' :,' "... Ground eef, .: .
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. Service Station ; ( .dx.....GREEN...ft..__STAMPS._ ....... : .c1'J1.,...GREEN...... ._STAMPS... ....... : I .c1'J1....GREEN......, ._STAMPSI._......".. :' I I 4'J1_" ,.GREEN...... .._STAMPS............. :i! I I c1'J1..,...GREEN......._...STAMPS..,.......... ::' I I .c1'J1.....GREEN.......--STAMPS............. ;
4 u QUa Lubrication ,:. ": 7,, CAN .: :;, tIS' f r sn, ;
Tire Bailerlcj j rOCt .00 It ar 8'" JOHNSON S. 1140UIC'.S! 1 "0 005' A5IO'
;; elllonarcp ROAD SERVICE* ,i ::: :.'f.'ui !, ;::1\I .W oooDlNluoct' 1 : ?! FavorCOOOIntuOCt I :, :?f coo An rCandy tanacr I :;i I J.{ B.e13f.akHla Dooo/Nwocr/ + ;:i .?J Orange JuiOOOOInluOCI!<'. ,;

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Williams New River Ason.

Services Held Sets 97th SessionAt

At Kinffsley Lake Raiford Church


Hardy Williams. 79, a former :Messengers from 29 eharsar -
resident of Starke died Satur- In the New River Basil!*
day In a Jacksonville hospital Association are scheduled t*
after a long Illness. He was meet for the nlnetr-v:
born In Starke on May 20. Itm, annual session! at Ratterd
and had lived In Jacksonville Church and Grace Bactiat ,

for the past 20 year A retired Church on Tuesday and Wednesday >..;._p1IAJI'I'SI''
farmer and a veteran of World Oct. 13-14. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PKESBYWJUAM.
War I, he was a member of The First Baptist Church MNGa1DaAT10NALCdIt1a17t ...... CHURCII OF JESUS CHRIST CBUB43H._ LAWTKT.sltaeil. .. Sufnday: Bible) Study 10.a. m.: Sunday: School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School. t:43 a. 'i..
the Baptist faith will be heat t Meat- OF na0ar. 10 .m. MomvraMft ,- Worship. 11 Te.....
Raiford. LATTER-DAY SAINTS Uor nlng Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning a. a.
Surviving are two daughter, day's meeting starting at 3:30: .rrsdav arias., M ..... 41. East Call St. lag *. 11:IS. Sundayeerrlet. Service 11 a. m. Evenln Worship 7:30 p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 8 p. m. Ckelr.Piee.
Mrs. A. H. Belger and Mrs. with! at f fol- wwe.dp 1IarItee. U a. st.EvenlnS 101M ':JO. RKhwayUS. lice Wednesday a.
p.m. supper p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: fer's ices .:... Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday 9.
seeawe.( .,
Mildred Simmons, both! of Jacksonville ...-n.., T Ma.Tbsday LawtqJln."L. .
lowed by the evening sessioBj. a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacra* bona pastor.P11sfa f' W ctlncsday! Worship> service 7 -Rev. J. C. Hc teitt. pastor. Rev. Robert D. beset
and three graadchll- Grace Baptist Church will se Dtgbt. Ctim Pratiee went 11:15.: irs Minister Jack P. Ben.NORTHSIOK .
dren. host to Tuesday's meeting ... u. Monday Primary 4:30 MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
Funeral cervices held :... JW .,.,. .. : pjn. LEVEL RAPTBTSunday I GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
:
were starting at 3:30: p.m.. and including Tuesday BAPTISTcmntcai Sandy
MIA 7:30: p.m. ........ 10 a. m. ACsni- Sunday- ::45 a. m.
.. .. .
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at 11 a.m. Monday Sept 22. at and the ....me : P.M. Highway 100-A
supper ]. .. -. Wednesday Relief Society. lag ....... 11 a, m. Pre Nr School Ll:00: a. m. Morning
the graveside In Klniraley Lake 'I'.a fJaWH .
service. 7:30: p.m. vices (Beaeter Band. Youotr. 3-cl>edul.. of services: Sunday; Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning -
.
f .
klnson Cemetery with Rev. Edgar WU- Rev. Jack Stolte is scheduledto : .Ivy LIM. Psalm' -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service). &; School 9:43: a. m. Morning Wor- Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Warship 11. Training U -
officiating DeWitt C. give the annual sermon: Rsv. Branch President p. m. Kreoiar Warship 7 p. m'Mldmcsfc shfp, 10:45: a. m. Tralnta ttaion. ship. ion 7 p.m. Evening Worship S.
Jones t
Funeral
Home was In Lawrence Carroll the doctrinal !SMTRXA MttsBONA TBAPTIST Service Wednesday .. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:30: Prater Services Wednesday Prayer Meeting S

charge: of services.graduation sermon and Rev. Alton Price CHUBCS JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:. p. m. .. .. Bowers. X>. D, 715.:\; Mid-Wek Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday \p.m. 'Rev. Virgil LoveM.

the missionary sermon. Reports W* W. Pratt:: St. ..May .ervicoa BAPTIST MISSIONU. gases W 'dn edaY. 7:43: p. m. nlgtt-1:00 p. m. Family night pastor. .
from the various! chnrehts
Set and committees in the association : Vuneuy School M a. aPrHchSa. S. 301 North behind Tutee > -.....
.. 11 a. .. !talon Preez Drive In. Sunday
For Summer Term state and reports Lodes Oalus 3:43: *. ai, XvealBii Wer- School 10 a.m. Worship Service
Baptist workers will a*
ail I 7 p. am. Everyone< weleeas.E .. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
Student Included during the two-day
SFJC session. d A. O. Ptyaa, ]passer Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. 1
-Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. I SCIENCEand
II) graduates
Summer term (Term NEW PASTOR St. Marta Es4ee.paleiaaday Crims, associate pastor.
and candidates for graduation AT AIRPARK BAPTISTRev. ientcee1:3o

at Santa Fe Junior College Carls Sheffield! of W1I1U- : ajn. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST
will be honored at an Informal ton former pastor of the Orange 10 a.m. Church! : School :'.' GOD
and recep- H waL-W. N4rthlnt\ { of
graduation Springs Baptist Church is 11 a.m. Family Service!
I
Lawtey. I
tion ceremony Wednesday the new pastor of the Airpark Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd Sunday School. lajn.(| I
(Sept. 24)) at 7:30: p.m., accordIng Baptist Church of Starke. !Services Sundays; Morning! Prayer 2nd dayNiNight Worship. 11:15. SwI-, i Not too long ago a man determined from accounts '' .
to Executive Vice President Service. 6:30.:: --Rtr., 'P M'i
follows Sunday School, sad 4th
: S"71"
Alan J. Robertson.:! 10 a.m.as Worship Services, 11 R. L. Bennett! pastor. in the bible that oil could be found in certain areas of t

The graduates President will Joseph be welcomed W.- a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer .' bible lands now this country is rich in oil wells. I
by Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST:' CHURCH OF GOD
Fordyce and will receive individual The public is cordially invltad. STARKE 422 N. St. Clair St, Starte. : In the past vigorous arguments arose between 4
recognition! for their accomplishments. Sunday School, 10 a. ni. Worship i
:! Church School, t:4S: some scientists and bible scholars
CEMETERY WORKINGAT a.m. Services, 11 a, m. and 7:30: p. however with
Following the brief graduation KINGSLEY LAKEA Morning Worship and installation m. Prayer Meeting Fi iday, 7:30:
ceremony, the receptionwill cemetery working will M of Church: School workers > .-Rev. Chester J. Shouippe', the passing of time, new discoveries in science ___________,, W j I
be held In the student held at Kingsley Lake Baptist 11. MYP Snak Supper 1 p.m. ,
paator. have helped us to have a better understanding of
lounge at the College's West Church on Saturday. Oct. 4, MYP meetings, 1:10.: Church.
Center 723 W. University Avenue. and Saturday Oct. 18. All fam- wide Ice Cream Social In Fellowship HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH : God's word and now most scientists and bible J

lies having plots in tha cemetery Hill, 7:90.: (Highway 100 at Tliere&sa)
are asked to( com and Monday Council on MIn. Sunday School-10 a. m. scholars are in accord. God's word has not :l

help on either day or both. istries, 1 p.m.Wedllujay. Morning WOl'shlp.-ll a. m.
needed to be proved, for it will stand forever.
Workers Con- Training! Ur.lon-6:30: p. m. I.

BIBLE CLUB ference in Fellowship Hall, l'I, Evening! Woi ship.-7:15: p. m. "For the earth shall be filled with the knowledge S :
The New Life Bible Clot wilt Wednesday Night Player Services -
start classes on Tuesday Oct. p.m.Thursday Chancel Choir -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle i of the glory of the LORD, as the waters cOL'er'* iI

7, at Calvary Baptist Church fa Rehearsal 7:45.: Packham putor.. i
Starke. The club is sponsoredby D Wttt T. Para. pastor. I the sea. ATTEND CHURCH AND a A v

the Children's Bible Mission FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD STUDY GOD'S WORD. y i
Inc., and Mr!. Chart OF STARKE s

Oehrlg of Park-of-the-Palms, U MADISON STRUT West Weldon St. and Raiford i
teacher. The Church i it God's appointed agency! in
Road
Classes start promptly' at BAPTIST CHURCH this world for spreading the knowledge of '%
Sunday School, t:4S: a.m. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.
3:30 each Tuesday. and Hit love for and of His demand for
: p.m. Morning Warship, 11. Youth 11:00: :a!. in. :Morning Worship; man "
HURRICANE last approximately! one how. Choir Practice! 4:JO. Youth FellOwship $::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: I man to respond to that love ky 'Uvinj his I
The club program Include Supper 5:45.: Training p. m. Evangelistic ScrUcee. :: neighbor. Without this grounding m tHe :$

visualized Bible stories, songs. Union :15.: WMU Pram Cir Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midweek ::: lave of God, no government tr secitty or z.
WARN IN, and contests, plus Any a Bible!child! memory can- cle. 7:11.: Evening. Worship, Pra'ei'1"etlnr.: t't. way of life will long persevere and the 11i ,. :

program. 7:30.: Pastor: T. S, 011lqHEiLDROSN freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably -
l RJC nrr OWllfC earn week a of awards summer including camp. afro Wednesday -RA's, OA's and I: perish. Therefore, even hem" e

AU children! grades 1-1, are Sunbeams, *:M. Prayer MeetIng BAPTIST :, selfish point of view, one should support \, i
Tk. iiaiM fer here 7M.: Church Choir Prac ,the Church for the sake of the welfare. ef f
MMIM Is k.t .. invited to attend and are asked CHURCH HIGHWAY 18 N. :I::
1:311.ThW'.lday. '
...."Y, Setae ... to bring their Bible and a tice. : Sunday School 9:45"a.. ra ::=: himself and his family leyond "Hurt' hew- ::;;
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.. .. .
.. .- .... ..... Church Visitation -
let .. ...-.. M.i.. _.. friend. For further Information, 7 ':Morning Worship 11. Training ever, every person should upheld and r.4 j
s ....*..it w.. TrM tntf felMMm by MNtu., .' call Keystone Heights 47H2U. p.mDenton SumraH pastor | UnIon 6:30: p. m. Evening 8r- participate in the Church because it tells CNIN '-L ::{
MwimCAMt tr ice" ;:ao. let c'lweek' Prayer r- '
This. I....," a CHICK......,...u.,.. ::S the truth about man's life, death, and I s, p
.....1.. S. ,wr .......01 RegistrationAt vice 7:30.: J: 1 destiny; ,the truth, which alone will set him 'r ; hr ...... ., ..... ... -Rl'L.. Tommy Howe, Paste ,
*..!. .r tvnmn .*4 .*...... SFJC Set FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH free to live as a child af Cad, I ilL. I
........i.... tsr t h..rwa- .
ti,.r.I..Nw..,? d.*' STARKE GlUHA.DAl'T1S'l' CHURCH .. .
iaft. .
24-25 .
> ,
For .
Thu.. |, .. shei f.r t.ifvl Sept. Sunday School 9:43.: Morn : : .. I< < '''' < { :::
.. ... Pmt ,wr t...H.ee. 1. Sunday School 10 a m. Morainj c.. on Ad*. S.f* : !i ; '
.. In the ........ .. ing Worship at 11. "The Greatest : Worship, 11 .a. m. and>7 9m. i
nwrl.h e.rr's .1 I..n.w. ..rry.. (Term Classes II) for at the Santa summer Fe Junior ten! of These Is L Ye." Nominating .- Rev Fred' Johns pastor I illitlilti j J&& j j I.I I.
Lr ,r,.. ,.._tl... with Committee! Meeting 3:15.: I
College ended Wednesday
Training Union! 8:15.: Evening: NEW.. iUVEIl BAPTIST
HU INS ICTtOK regular registration and faculty Worship! 7:30: "The Choices! of Sauday School, 10 a. m. Morning
for the fall term ;
i nTIM4nSSAPPS planning Abraham and Lot." Worship 11 a. m. TralmlaUnlcu /
(Term II) slated to be held
Monday -youth Cfc lr Practice 7 p. m. Evening Worship, I :::::
Thursday and FrIday, Sept J4-
7:30.: Auoeiatlonal Executive 8 p' m. Wednesday night s.r-
25. Committee' Meeting, S p.m. vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome L. $:
TREE SURGEONS College offices will! be open .
L. L.
TuesdayCarol Choir Practice Parker pastor
during this period while teach-
Phones 37C-17CC 3:33.: Children's Choir
:
IU.ISJI ers part'cipate in orientation Practice! 4:30.Wednesday: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE I
and planning sessions in pre- Sunday School Sunday Service: Sunday
2025 N wA SMUT paration for the new term.
Council Meeting, *:M. Prayer School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship -
CAINKVILII CLO.IDArr. Term II classes begin September GULF SERVICE SERVICE
10:45: Evening Service
Meeting, 7:30.: Church Choir a. m. .
29 and end December Practice S:15.: 6:30: p. m. Midweek 8er. Ph.
18. >vice Wednesday 7:15: AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-8111 Bill Edwards H..TU11

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I BAYXXSS HXOHWAT HAUL RENTALS Adi.ithtg

i' l BAPTIST OtaRCa :. Truck Trailer Brake Service
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Sunday School 40 ..11I. Pro ..... .' Lubrication Wheel Balance and :

.. .. ad11DC, Services 0 pjn.'Bruta e.t 11. Traiaiataion Serrlee.tf Minor Tun.-Ups Alignment :"

Midweek Prayer ........ 1011 N. Temple Avenue _,_'u.. PROMPT ROAD SERVIOAO :'.
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Wednesday 7:30.: iEYel'JOD8we1-:
eome. Rev. George K: CrewvO PHONE 964-589 Minor Repairs.

pastors '" 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke
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I HAMPTON: CHRISTIAN Hlway 301 and 100
::: I CHURCH SUPPLIES Inc. LAWSON'Ptrm.
Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
e Worship at 11: Evening Aee HardwareCeaaplete 410 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET

.pF Worship 7:30.: = Rev. Cart 1 Paint SnppUan.

f Clarke pastor sad Sperling Ceede AND COLD STORAGE
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FlllST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMP1UN I Check With Us First- DAD & BRAD SALES We specialize! la Custom Sis___- I

I I Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora- tit W...la t
1 a jag\ Worship at 11. Trainte
Union 6:30.: Wednesday night
l WHOLESALE
Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followedby
I 24-Ft. Wide
I choir: practice. Starke Nursing '. LOI..A. Photo '64.7MtPALMETTO

YOUR BEST WEAPON "- Home service 3:45: p. m.Rev. Also 12-Ft. Wide
Melvin Hamel passer 1ST STREETBRADFORD

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AGAINST INFLATION : CALVARY BAPTIST OI'IOL
Sunday School 10 a. m. Uonlog Gaper sad TraveltrailenKeystOM COUNTY
Worship, 11 a. m. Tratntac
i Union, 6:30: p. m. Evenlne" s...- I 0-LM .. TELEGRAPH
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ii; It's taking advantage of our most obvious ; Jtfee. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, W..4n .

;jf tool for better money management the ;m ,Butler.sday.pL.tJr.7:30;: p. m-Rev. K. X. !* Cal St. Star**, I'lL and Lak. Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES

:! personal or family checking: account I ;=;= .... M4-I745 fer FREE TYPEWRITERSIcti..s :
; Your KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
check.stubs'give
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you a handy running
Sunday School 9:30: ; Training ADDING MACHINES
t sad EatisMtee
record of all ; ; ;
your personal and ; Union ,10:15: a.m.: Morning! BRADFORDABSTRACT
M> m Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Worship t

tax-deduct.; ; 8 p.m.; Prayer Meeting CO. EDWARDS
7:30: Wednesday. WILLIAMS
; i automatically become your easy-to-fiie( ;;1 Interim pastor Rev. Fred Mark

;I receipts. Start checking here today! ; Munxo.Airpark. JEWELRY Better Service For Yon Grocery and

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Baptls* Cherek TItle Pnw... .
I unday School. t:43: ......: II.. Official Cbss >t>tlgi GAS AND OIL

u. dreg worship 11:00 ......: '..- KaatMa Abetracia
FLORIDA9BA 1 tar Worablp. 7:08: PJH.: met ULOYA WATCH Jack sad Gladys E&weri
1J. Payer Meeting and Bible;tl.y. rile iMnraaee
TM: ..m. study ePeataas. sect d 14J W. Cal ... Itsibs U. 8. 301 Sooth SlesssPb. =

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I CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, lac.w .
!.1 Member : .
:j Federal> Insurance CorpJ.PAGE I
cious PET these FOOD LOOKS so deli.. O4gasd Ey Ts ...,. Ice T..h. Pt rtlris.t Pbgtia Cst.tlr ........ Ovr),Msa.bns LIT l1ul
days we are almost
i.m One 01.30 Banks of' the FJcwWa .National Gsayp J.x' hoping Rover will haves ,. ._-I(__ Ifa Mr-Fhss .i. -1 .
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table scraps left over.
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(c) MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAXIS. -
Eel KHOOL BONDS. Article XII, Section 18. af she Con
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NEW BOOKSAT ((1) A state tax, de.ignated "seconi gas tea, ., two eaMa
., amended it existed befereMs
eae** n 188, a* a* immedsstely
RECREATION NEWS ((2c) gallon upon gasoline and other like products' : afKeMINN
per
nirssMMi hacosnes effective I Ia daptMr by thai ...fIIIomcer asflrC
..... art
other sources leum and tax
an equivalent upon
THE LIBRARY gas. MMfe IWMeWwl aM Baas'' ...... sMB0Vft*1 nt l sw.sus.wlssh
to propel motor vehicles as levied by Article IX. Sect ten 1*. e* .. except banns ee test antseienUan eartafieatMthereunder 1I..b..ftc
the Constitution of 188S. U amended is hereby eentm CERAMICS: ver Country Of Wyoming, Ulti:>- period of forty ((40)) consecutive years. The proceeds ef MM Ml (e-) pier annum ar such higher interest aa may be .YIIIa......! bynMSMe I
The Recreation Dep-irtrnenfs MEN'S BASKETBALLThere ADULT FICTION 1894>> Murray; To Hell With shall be placed monthly in the state roads tfsrtrttrattan fired it pawed by a three-fifths vote ef each haves af shelijlililisi.
will be an organizational Several Perceptions -- Carter the state treasury. I 1 Banns bead to this. .
Meditations aubMctian
Ceramic Program got underway The Kids -- Gruhlke; pursuant ((4)) duel hsjaiatjfci
again Monday September meeting Thursday night ; Strongholds -- Boston; primarily from revenues a* provided' in Article XIi
and will hold two weekly Sept. 25, to form a Men's City Silent Partner -- Hamilton; .. For Communion Ser- ((2)) Article IX. Section 16. of the Constitution .f 1.... m weer 1.. .f the Constitution of IMS. ea amend1, and aTantheriase
22. Monday Basketball League. Make Yourself An Earthquake vices -- Lumpkin; Making The amended IM adopted by this reference as a past .f ski. (avis*.* : by law May be additionally secured by J ptdgag... I
sessions nights 7-jJ Any teams Interested In joining Dtntenfass; In This House Of Grade -- Becker; Those Incredible as completely u though incorporated herein "..atia. Is* MM Ml fasth an4 Cl'leditlf' the state without an election. WhanantbeeUea1 .
p.m., and Wednesday mornings. the league are Invited to Bred -- Godden; Ada Or Christians -- Schon- purpose of providing that after the effective date of this sorties by %w. bonds issued pursuant to Article XII settn
9 a.m.Noon.The attend. The meeting will be AJr -- Nabakov; The Kites field; As Others See Us -- the proceeds of the "second gas tax" as referred to tliunai. sfceal 18. ef the ConaUtetien of 1885. aa amended, and bonns iasua4BveMant
program Is held at the held at the Recreation Department ef War -- Lambert: An Affair Palm; Mathematics -- Wilier- be allocated among the several counties in accordance: : wrath she ta this subsection ((4)), may be refunslad ty.... _iasioeaf
Recreation Department on on Temple Avenue (Old Or Honor -- Wilder; The King S ding; A Merry Christmas Her formula stated therein to the extent necessary to comply wtth bands ensutionaUy securad by the ful faith and eiadft ef the
Temple Avenue. Pleasure Lofts Fat City Mexican all obligations to or for the benefit of holders of bonds, i wv.eee flee osty at a leww set a..sge i ante .... eft .....
-- ; -- bal -- Simmons; The
LADIES PHYSICAL Armory.TEEN Gardner certificates and tax anticipation certificates or' any rsf..di ,
FITNESS CLASS DANCE ; War -- Dufour; Manpower thereof secured by any portion of the "second gas tax." | ) DEBT LIMITATION. Bonds MM...! pursuant .. thai. See-
The "EPICS" will providethe tIM t ef Articte XII which an payable primarily from 1.4 swe8ledsd
Beginning Thursday Needs For National Goals In
evening music for a Recreation De- ADULT NONFICTIONadult Lecht The (3)) No fund. anticipated to be allocated under the lavas*** pisrs>Mnt .. this aectien shall net be included m apaiy-
Oct. 2, a 10 week ladies exercise partment sponsored dance that non fiction The 1970's -- ; stated in Article IX, Section 16 of the Constitution ., IWtV, es bid tau emits upon the amount af state bonds eentasnad. M
l class! will be orr red. will follow the BHS football Your Nonlearning Child -- American Lnalengeservan- amended shall be pledged as security for any efcbsjsfthMl BSJS. > it.L. 11. Article VII, af this rerUaa.VswuMnfY .

The class will be free of any game this Friday night. Smith; Man-In-Organlxatkm-- Schreiber; The Soviet economy after issued or entered into, except that any ousstanaen aMsacvtions S. WHEKEOF, :I have hereunto.,
Goldman
and will be held each -- ;
fees previously issued pledging revenues allocated widw suM
The dance will b' open onlyto Roethlisberger A Windmill ..
; hand
Thursday evening at fie! Pratt Article IX, SecUon.16. may be refunded at a lower set.vrg.i t.y and affixed the Great Seale
BHS students In grades 9 Near Calvary Waldrop
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Street Center. There Is no pre- ; JUVENILE FICTION interest cost rate by the issuance of refunding bands, srstwwg >C thai State of Florida at Tallahassee,
through 12, admission will bs Time Fourth Dimension Of The
registration and the first class ; That's What Friends are not later than the obligations refunded. secured by the arse the Capital this the 27 day of August
$1.25 and will close at mid- Mind -- Wallis You Can Make
will meet from 8:30-9:30: : p.m. night. The Difference;--Turner;Mod- The For Mountain-- .Heide-;- Hancock Menace; The On revenues subsection.and any other security authorized in parageapli ((1).fthis ) *... 155.

with Mrs. George Loper in- Students must show I. D. ern Greece -- Campbell; The Donkey Rustlers -- Durrell;
structing. cards to be able to get in the Schoolhouse In The ..cityToffler : TOM ADAMS
PASS & KICK ((4)) Subject to the requirements of paneraph ((2)) ef tMi
PUNT dance. ; Living With Common-. JUVENILE NON FICTION subsection and after payment of administrative. expense. taw SECRETARY OF STATEAnnouncing :
All boys. 8-13 years old, who CERAMICS FOR GIRLS tern -- Sylvester; Up From Such Is The Way Of The "second gas tax" shall be allocated to the account ef each ., (SEAT: )
haven't registered for the Classes In beginning ceramics The Pedestal -- Kraditor; Military World -- Elkln. the several counties in amounts to be determined as fastens:
Punt, Pass, and Kick Contestare will be offered for girls 10( Posts In The Powder Ri- There shall be an initial allocation of one-fourth ((1/4)/ ) in MM. .
Invited to come to the years of age and over. ratio of county area to state area one-fourth ((1/4)/ ) in the. tails
Pratt Street Center and regis- The classes, which will ba CONSTITUTIONAL of the total county population to the total population ef .Nestale a revolutionary new
PROPOSED in accordance with the latest available federal census, anal
ter.Don't forget, registration free basic will concentrate on three AMENDMENT TO BE VOTED ON one-half ((1/2)/ ) in the ratio of the total "second gas tax" .selected idea from American-Standard
techniques of ceramics: NOVEMBER 4, 1969 on retail sales or use in each county to the total rale ease"
Oct. 10.
closes Stains Glazes, and Underglaz- in all counties of the state during the previous fiscal year. If she
All participants this year will es. Of course that girls will annual debt service requirements of any obasjatioM lewd sow
be honored at a hamburger learn a working knowledge of NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION any county including any deficiencies for prior years, -lend
fry Larry Dupree, former such ceramics terms as green- under paragraph ((2)) of this subsection exceeds the ......
Univ of Florida All-American ware, bisque, kiln pyrometriccones WHEREAS The Legislature of 1969 under which would be allocated to that county under the feel sM sA
will be the guest of honor at slip and others (AU in- the Constitution of 1885 mm amended, of the out in this paragraph the amounts allocated to other _....

this event and will present the terested girls should registernow State of Florida did pass a Joint Resolution shall be reduced proportionately.

awards to the 18 lucky win- either by phone ((9646792)or ) proposing an amendment to the Constitutionof ((5)) Funds allocated under paragraphs ((2)) and ((4) ef Kris
ners.Jacksonville. at the recreation office subsection shall be administered by the state board ., astasM-
N. on the State of Florida, and it was agreedto istration created under said Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution
Temple Ave. There Is a
by a vote of three fourths vote of all of 1885 a> amended and which it continued a* a bade
choice! of Tuesday or Thursday; the Members elected to each house of the Legis- corporate for the life of this subsection! 9c). The bend she)
however each class will be remit the proceeds of the "second gar tax" in each laantg
lature. The votes of said Joint Resolution
limited to 20 gills. account for use in said county u follows: eighty pescent (M%! )
The classes will begin Tues- was entered upon their respective journals to the state sgency supervising the state road system and twenty
day September 30, 3:30-5:00: : with the yeas and nays thereon and they did percent ((20%) to the governing body of the _lIftty. The p..
Business pm. determine and direct that the said Joint centage allocated to the county may be increased by ........
BALL ROOM Resolution be submitted to the electors of the law. The proceeds of the "second gas tax" subject to sit.eWi.s. The furnace
DANCE INSTRfCTIOXS to the several counties under this paragraph ((5)) shall be sad
State of Florida at a special election on
One would get the Impres- first for the payment of obligations pledging revenues asserted.
Directory November 4, 1969, pursuant to Article IX, Section 16. of the Constitution IMf
sion that our community: is notinterested NOW, THEREFORE, I TOM ADAMS, Secretaryof u amended and any refundings thereof; second for' the pay
I In ball room dancing of do ment of debt service on bonds issued a* provided by thai
State of the State Florida hereby thinks !
since only the instructors and paragraph ((5)) to finance the acquisition and conseructsMi ., that
'.Auto'Sales and Service the recreation director made an give notice that a SPECIAL ELECTION will be roads as defined by law; and third for the acqusritia and

appearance at the first sched- held in each County in Florida on the first construction of roads. When authorized by law, state .....
Parrish MotorsSALES uled class Monday night Tuesday after the first Monday in November pledging the full faith and credit of the state may be Jesus
Its rather difficult to havea which date is November 4, 1969 for the ratification without any election: (i) to refund obligations accused by en** AMERICAN
portion of the "second tax" allocated to ** realm Lfij
class without gas a com STANDARD
students, how- of the said Joint Resolution -
or rejection
Article IX, Section 16, of the Constitution of 1885 a* amenaX;
ever we are offering to Inter
SERVICE proposing an amendment to the Constitution (II) to finance the acquisition and construction ef reeds M a
VOLVO ested couples If there This new furnace has a patented, solid state control
PARTS are any. of the State of Florida, vial county when approved by the governing body of the county asal
one more opportunity to take the state agency supervising the state road system; anal <( advantage of this recreational HO. 1 refund obligations secured by any portion of the "--" gas heat is oft No more sudden surges of cold air. No
Always Good Used Cars outlet. House Joint Resolution No. 18S1 tax" allocated under paragraph 9c(4)( )( ). No such band. shall he annoying slop-start nOises. You get perfect, uniform
921 Laura St. Ph. 355 54 We will meet the class again issued unless a state fiscal agency created: by taw ha Blasts e temperature throughout every room. Install one now
Monday night 8 p.m providedten A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing; an amendment to Section 9 of determination that in no state fiscal year will the debt sen his before the heating season starts.
couples register at the Recreation Article XII of the State Constitution to delete the prohibition requirements of the bonds and all other bonds secured by MM "
against the issuance of revenue bonds or tax anticipation pledged portion of the "second gas tax" allocated to the aunty estimate!
for Free
Department Call
FPTRIP MOTORSPEAVY !; prior to today a
19 of Article XII ..
2 certificates: under the authority of Section exceed seventy-five percent ((75%) of the pledged portion ef
p.m. Monday Sept. 29. of the Constitution of 1885. as amended. "second gas tax" allocated to that county for the peacadinfstate .
fiscal year of the pledged net tolls from exacting facilities THOMPSON Sheet Metal WorksRt.
Brothers 8* It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida
collected in the preceding state fiscal year and of the annual
Electric Co. Hunting Vehicles nit the following amendment to Section 9 of Article XII Is average net tolls anticipated during the first ((5)) years of operation 1, Boas 422 Phone 964-5723
agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the state for of new projects to be financed. Bond. i iasued pursuant M Starke. Fla.
Must CarryIdentification ratification or rejection at a special election to be held In this subsection shall be payable primarily from the pledged testa
Electric MotorsSold November 1969.SECTION and portions of the "second gas tax" allocated to that _&yo

Serviced Repaired
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Bonds.-
9.
Generators Starters Armature -4
Rewinding.j4044 Sportsmen are reminded that (a) ADDITIONAL SECURITIES. No additional revenue
Lenox Jax. 387-2528 their hunting vehicles must be bonds shall be issued pursuant to Article IX, Section 17. of the
.' .: identified. Vehicles that do not Constitution of 1885 as amended. Article XII Section 19, of
.:' bear a current license plate the Constitution of 1885, aa amended as it existed immediatelybefore
,:PIANOS must be plainly marked with this revision becomes effective, is adopted by this reference The 1970ityourfire
the name and address of the as a part of this revision as completely as though incor
YAMAHA PIANOS owner. porated herein verbatim except bonds or tax anticipation certificates .
CONN and KIMBALL Aoccordlng to the Game and hereafter issued thereunder may bear interest not in excess
ORGANS of five percent ((5%) per annum or such higher interest as may
Fresh Water Fish Commission
I be authorized by statute passed by a three.fifths ((3/5)/ ) vote of
identification of hunting vehicles
each house of the lepslsture. No revenue bonds or tax anticipation
i I will be beneficial to the certificates shall be issued pursuant thereto after June 30, .
i I sportsmen and to the wildlife 1.71.
I I officers who patrol the Florida
I, wilderness.The (b) REFUNDING BONDS. Revenue bond. to finance the
that cost of state capital projects issued prior to the date this revisionbecomes i iBuicks
regulation provides .
effective including projects of the Florida state turnpike
the name and address must be authority or its successor but excluding all portions of the I
,' painted in contrasting colors state highway system may be refunded as provided by law
"" and at least two inches in without vote of the electors at a lower net average interest cost
height. rate by the issuance of bonds maturing not later than the
"SWINt( ER"
KIMBALL The new regulation will! applyto obligations refunded, secured by the same revenues only.
ORGANS
swamp buggies, half tracks,
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 and some four wheel drive

hunting vehicles! that are tow
WESTERN STORE ed to the hunting scene.
The Comml slon also reminded -
sportsmen of the regulationthat FLORIDA 301 are here.

LITTLE DUDE limits the height of !hunting

stands or towers on convey-

Western Store ances. The maximum height of THEATRE
any tower capable of bearing DRIVE-IN

the weight of a person on a ve-
Leather; hide or conveyance la 1 eight SHOWTIME _
J good,
|. Charles & Sharon Patty feet.the lowest Height bottom Is measured surface from of Weekdays S.rxlay 3 7 P.P.M.M. SHOW SUNDOWN JJEGITS: They're just for you. The cars you've been asking for. From Buick 1970
Ed wood" "'-01' AT
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such conveyance.SCOTTY'S Saturday 1 P. M. ADMISSION 75c This one is the GS 455. Sleek, sporty, excitingIts

12 And Under Freer engine 455 cubic-inches 350 horses strong. With four-barrel carburetor that breathes through real air-scoops.

F I., Si.: Sun., MOM., When With An Adult Four on the floor?A finely tuned 3-speed> automatic? Both are available. Power disc brakes. Positive traction

SPECIALS! SEPT.ice 26-30 -- differential. High performance rear axle ratios, too. And lots more

,,,.IOa'IuNfS' ( Meth FRL, SAT.. SUN.JOHN Wide.tread fiberglass belted tires that are standard on all 1970 Buicks give improved traction during braking,

WAYNE SEPT. 26, 27, 28 cornering and acceleration;significant increases in tread! life, and substantially superior resistance to road hazards.

i Side guard beam construction for added protection. Body by Fisher

J p .,: GLEN CAMPBELLKIM Inncwsrrraisi l4> lor..Tlif There's luxury too Bucket seats, if you want them. Full carpeting
[:}: .EV''W'O: 10108-2516-3> > n<
most magnificent Obviously the most exciting car we've ever made
r DARBY And one that you've been asking for.
25' EXTENSION CORD
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Ii : picture OCT See it. See all the 1970 Light-Your.Fre, Cars

Can be used indoors or outdoors with Avg Ret 1, ':.7" r The Gran Sports and Skylark Sport Coupes and Convertibles.
portable tools,equipment, ....1._ 2.99Scotty's The .
tremejest
trio
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229 -, killer

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Sale Prices good thru Oct 4th..i PRODUCTION UAVIDO'.Il/Nil K'MAII ,
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I* The Circuit ('.....t F.,..tlo you lor tne relief cliMimnded In filed nnrninHt you Illadyi Kllza-, In The C....n.r .In.I....'. react. ,
thi> complaint petition. Flo." '" Enwene F. Rhaw and tnu t Stn.lute.I.
or nrailforil Co..ntF ne in writinr
Jatlrlnl ClrpuU Of Florida IBAlii : beth Plekett Thornton and you Of must :Name '
.. Wttnoi. my hand and the .. Prnhnte No. RI'QRNR: F. SHAM state the place of residence the 1.'tctttlntIe LaWs 0/
LAWTiY' llrn lf l County I. of In
For < r< Are required nerve a copy No. 2oosa.
('1\ II. ACTION: enl or Bald Court on September: your written defennen, If any In Re Kxtnte of Ifinbel. MaryForn&n.le HI West Call Street and post office! address of the ("hartpr IPH, it' ILr.n"p4 byChapter
22. 1069.! Slmpann. fleroneed.NOTICE Btarke.! FIo.rldaiAttorney claimant and r/vist be sworn toby Florida 'Of
CANI4O.! 11.1:1: to It. on the pliilntlffn at.torney No. 2 700. Ln"'It
Sanclrn Klnlno 1'lrkle Plaintiff eSE 'T.) vliono name and ail* OP PRORATE for Exeeutrlx the. claimant his sent or hv Chal'Ipl'No.
By Emu BUnohtrd -VHHoy Thompson I'lrkle, Chnrleg A. nrby rirenn li Honovable Oeorpre if.Pierce ToAll Peranne. Interested In 0-25 4t 10-H his. attorney or It will become Florida. 1931. anti of Florida 196?.
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D..C..n""nl.NOT A. Clerk' of alil Court 2n205 N. TemtCAvonue l The EKtate Of Raid np..edpntl! void acoordlnr( to law. ROI'.OO. Florida
By neulnh M. !Moody hereby' notified thata In Tlie Cnnntr .Tnilire'ii CourtOf L. FI..hnpn..m..nnFAY'L. being Section the
nsnsflflsrrflnfln : I( I': OF SUITNO PROTo Stnrlte Florldn. 32091 Yon are Fay w1ll roottiter with
PJltTY A. Deputy Cleric and file the orlfrlnal with thcleric .. written Instrument purporting nrn.lforit 0107. FlorlOn. SCHORXEMANJf.:: : : :- Fltal"UII. Clr..1l1t Court In
Church helda : toy Thompson Plrklo 0-211 4t 10-1& of the above styled court to be the taut Will\ of laheiMary In Prolvnte. ,No. eeutrlx of the Estate: of Isabel Clerk or Dln'al the ('ollnl". Florida.upon .
Highland Baptist for
Tuabel Mary da- and
dA- Re E'tate of
You Are Hereby NotIfied thntn on or before October 20. PRO: Fernandea Slmpnnn In : Mary Fernandez Simpson of proof n' Jlubll-
reception for the new minister ... action for dlvorcp. linn beenlied In The Circuit Conr Kl_l> tiJiKltrlnl otherwtBO a judgement may be pn"h"/ been admitted to Fernandesi Rlmpsrm. T erenned.NOTICR ceased.Euirene. r..I"t of this noUl'p. the firtitlua -
Rev. Charles Pryor, and ( Hornlnut you Hoy Thoni|> C'lrrnlt Of Flnrliln In entered anralnivt you for the relief probate In thin Court. You areherehv ): TO CREDITORS ofIna.be F. ShawEITOEE cation name. tn.wlt' CRF.IT\'TF.W;:
within ahcc..lpnd..r All) creditor of the TCRjate SHAW
F. which
"on Pirkl'. 112S K. 10th Avenue And For llriulfnril CmintrCivil. demanded In the complaintor commanded HOP.I.;: under
family last Saturday night.DIn- Ancliornfte Alnnkn. and you are ACTION:. petition. ,month. from the date. Mary Fernnndei Slmn- 142 West Call Street 'MORILE In bllalnp" atnumber
ner was served in the enter- required to nerve n CUI'Y'of CA"HO., : 11I9 WITNESS: my hand and the of the flmt publlratlnn. of thinnotice .ann, deceased are hereby nntltI..d Starke Florida It la engned l64 North TempleAvenue '
file\
your written defennon. If any John Ktlwnrcl Thornton Plftln.tiff. .11.1 of until Court on ScptcmhTr to. appear In thin Court and required to anv Attorney for Executrix of l'larke. :
tainment hall and en- which they In the city
everyone
demands
to It. on the plaintiff' at -vi. Glndyo Elizabeth 1 R. 1969. and show enu"" If any youean. claims or First Publication September '
Joyed the fellowship. Followingthis torney. whnne nnmo nnd nclilrcMIn < Plrkett Thornton Detpnel"nt.NOTIC'"E (SEAT.) why ithe action of thin maY have. airalnst mid estate 25, 1969>> ta-the Interested lit ,
Willto Office of the County 4t 10.10Tfl.tTIi part
choir Iex Green. O. Hox Stnrko.Florkln OF' SUIT NO PKOPEIITY A. Tlarhy Court In admitting aalil In the 9-23 Is all
the combined sang tr. I' Chance Flor- enterprise :
I Countv. business
.:,;< ; tho urIgInfttwith Aa Clerk of Raid Court prnhate hould not stand un- Judge of Bradford said
several numbers that were the clerk of the above.. TO: aindyi Elizabeth Plchett By neulnh. :M. !Moody revoked ida. In the within Courthouse six calendar at- XAMB LAWC'iatle. fo1lnwsQ1.tLITY' MOBILE 0flEBROIEEP. .
much appreciated. There wasa tylrd court on or before October Thornton.You A. Deputy Clerk THRROM A. TAWXCounty :Brad- Starke monthsfrom Florida the date of Vniler: Fictitious NnmjLnnt IXC.E. -
.
'
29 1(100.( otherwlwo a juilff- Are Hereby Notified thatan _2S 4t 10-1tJ Judge In nnd for .
large attendance.The m..nl. mny be .. .entered nRiilnat. nctlon for Plvon-e brie been for Oountv, Florida the. first publication' or of this demand notice. Notice) Is. hereby gtwn that C. Allen. Pres 9.:3 ft 10.tsT
Sub District MYF meet- By Betty C. Phillips Fl"C'h. claim! the undersigned! : purruant tOo

ing was held in Lake City on 1----------I-----------. ---- --------- --.. ...------ ---------.----------- ----------
Monday night of last week. --- - -------------

Those attending from here were I D.S.B.A. GRADE 'A i ,
Lamar Priest, Wayne and SAVE 14 LB i

Elaine Wainwright, Dee Dee and I I
David Knight Debbie and Sherri I.
Napier, Mike Gasklns, Dean, -_ __ 1[ i-I I I I
Norman and Dale Trailer;Ricky i I I I
and Debbie Starling, and Debbie FOOD I
11I
Scott. Again they made the I I

highest percentage in atten- I. _ _ _ I _ _ _ II l I I
.
dance and brought the banner II
back. They were accompaniedby I I I

Rev. and Mrs. Don Denton, I II I I
Mrs. Eugene Starling and Mrs. I I ._. '
H.E. Priest I FAIR I
I I 1e/t/ \ I I
The Lawtey Homemakers met _
at the home of Mrs. T. V. Duck I OR _ I
last Thursday mornng with I DRUMSTICKS i I i I
eleven present They are planning SUPERMARKETS@
a lingerie Work shop at : FRESH LEANGROUND ; III
the office of the agent. Miss I

in Martha October.hostess Sue McCain After served adjournmentthe some browniesand time I LEG QUARTERS II Open All Day i


coffee. We will welcomenew I II
members any time, so see
if you can't find time to work IIII I Wednesday I


with the United club.CHURCH SCHEDULESGrace Methodist: Sun- : I BEEF I i when Savings Count... I.


day services School 11 9:45:a.m.a.m.and, Worship.7:30: p. :E3 CI; COUNTONUS'! i

m., MYF 6 p.m., Choir prac- 5
tice Wednesday 7 p.m II I
First Baptist: Sunday School I. II
9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 LB 4 LBs$19 WEDNESDAY PRICES GOOD OCT.THURSDAY 1st, 1969.THRU
a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Training I .
Union 6:30 p.m., Midweek ser- I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I
vices Wednesday 7:30 p.m. I I I

Church of God: Sunday School
10 a.m., Worship services II CENTIR
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. YPE Wed- CUT

nesday 7:30: p.m. OVENREADY SLICED 1/4 PANTRY PRIDE FRESH
Highland Baptist: Sunday
TOMATO A CHEESE PURE PORKCOUNTRY
School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., PORK LOINCHOPS STYLE
Choir practice 6:30p.m.: Pray.
I
PIZZA
day.er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednes. ROAST SAUSAGE


FOOD FAIR
PER SOALS

i.zioic: S
Fred Moore Jr. spent Wed- ,
nesday and Thursday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Moore. He
was en route from Henderson-
yule N. C. to his home in
Homestead. Others visiting the
Moores were Mrs. Moore's
brother in law and sister, SLICED
BORDEN'SAssTMILK
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wade, of LIBBY'S lONGACRE MIAMB IIABTTO PEELED ANDCOOKED
Tampa who spent the firstpartof AMERICAN SHAKES COOK
last week here. TURKEY COO, MSCN. flOUMMK O>WIWTIM*
Mrs. Marvin OR DUTCH
Thompson was
Saturday dinner guest of Mrs. CATSUP CHEESE CHOCOLATE..NK ROAST
A. C. Pearce. Mrs. Pearce's

grandson, Sgt. Johnny R. Sapp,
who Is stationed at Beaufort, 14ozBTLS. 4/59< 2 89 lOoiPKG

S.was C.accompanied spent Sunday by here.his parents He- 5/l 89<

Mr. and Mrs.Wallen Sapp,
his sister Leslie, and Mrs.
Annie R. Stevens of Jacksonville -

.

Mrs O. J. Anders and Mrs.

Hester Hicks were visiting their OAK HILL YELLOWFREESTONE HEINZ
sisters, Mrs. Cora Hodges and BATHROOM TISSUIWHITI Reg a I Crest
Mrs. Jimmie Hogan Jackson. OR ASST COLORS
ville. They were there to help TOMATO
Mrs. Hodges celebrate her
birthday.Mr. CHOCOLATI CHIP, FRUIT
and Mrs. Leon Ellington AND HONIY OR OATMEAL3l SOUP
Starke were Sunday guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kelley. 29ox
!} 2 ROLL .
HAIVII m 4/l .
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. warren MIAVTffiue PKGS I 4
Boatwrlght over the week-
end were Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Woodard and family of Clear-
water. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I CI 1

Clayton and son were Satur- I I
day visitors.Mr. .1
1 _ ij Z 74i/ % Brt I
and Mrs. Virgil Griffls FANCY GOLDEN RIPE. _ \ :: ) h U 5 NO.lNEW I
and Mr. and Mrs. Malnes .
Griffis of Palatka and their I

families Nellie Wilkinson were visiting Mrs. Daisy Mrs. i APPLE SAVEot WHITE )

Boch and Lynn during the week. BANANAS i i II
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley
visited Mr. and Mrs. Randal
Bradley in Jacksonville on Sun-


day.Mrs. J. R. Devore, Mrs. L.M. i CIPIES839CIPOTATOES'! i

McClellan, and Mrs. Macel
Pauley and son were visiting

Mrs. Lillian Futch at Clay Hill .H __
last Thursday.Sunday I I
I
visitors of Mr. and < .
Mrs. A. D. Dobbs were Mr. I S LB i CAKE DONUTS . 29 '. BAG

and Mrs. Burney Dobbs and I I 16oz LOAF. FRESH BAKED. FRENCH ,, LB I
Mrs. William Brice and son I
of Jacksonville. I I !STICK BREAD..2 9 I. I


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Flit,tlti I I.i iix Niimi.NVitlci .
): IK hprM"y lvi-n that the
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t"r with thf Cli-rk! tt lh- Circuit FRENCH YELLOW
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KloriflH 1 1I1".n| rf-f'-lpt 0 fproof eli. STYLE BEANS OR
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>t'll i I <'l!ani-rM., un.l<*r uhlfri" I Htn GOLDEN CORN
munic-l In Imxlniim., ni fill CroB-, LA
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14 TELEtiRAI SEPT. 25, 1969


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i Council Overrides Zon ing Board


i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE


To Protect Residential AreaBy




Told d. a 4-0 vote, the Keystone
I Keystone HilitesBy Rotarians Weight WatchersTo Heights City Council a

New Laws NeededIn Start SessionsIn disputed area along SR 100

JIM FOX from business to residential

Please Phone in Your Items 473-414& Lake DisputeThe KeystoneMadeline Tuesday night over objectionsof

ri k ) the Zoning Board KEYSTONE
Lake Region Citizens
.- Miller director of The action followed present- CHUACA
Committee, a Clay County HEIGHTS
Weight Watcher Inc. of North-
ation of a petition signed by
Oct 7, at 9:30 a.m. All board group, Is taking the lead in LIMIT a ;
east Florida, will be In Keystone some 63 residents of the area, ; CITY ;
to mark statewide problem
members are asked clearing up a
Heights at an open (free) several weeks ago requestingthe
this date on their calendars. attorney Myron Prsvatt meeting In St Anne's Episcopal change.

Jr. told the Keystone Heights Church parish house at 7 p.m. At a special meeting (not
ST. WILLIAM'SMrs. Rotary Club last Friday.
Tuesday Oct. 7. public) held Monday night!
Deutermann,
Harold Prevatt described steps that
Society'sBazaar Weight Watchers is coming to Sept. 13, the Zoning Board, with
Altar
chairman of the have been taken up to date to
Committee reports that the Keystone area through the John Bird! as! chairman! stood
ripar. Miss
obtain new laws defining Murrhee
Interest of Mrs. Ray Farris to
its original decision
have their pat on
committees pro-
all
Ian rights on fresh water lakes,
Mrs. Bill German and others Weds the for business. The
Mr. zone area
i JohnsonIn
jects nearing completion for the .settling the question of state who made the Initial contact Initial zoning ordinance was
e St. William's Bazaar to be held claims to lake bottom up to
and handled Aiken S.C.Mr.
arrangements for adopted by the Council! In 1967.follo"ng ) .
Friday, Oct. 17, at th Keystone the high water mark and the
the
in : .
program Keystone.It the required! public t >
Heights Woman's Club, from 9 establishment of bulkhead lines. t
ff fft and Mrs. O. Jennings hearing bv the: Zoning Board.At .
a.m. to 5 The speaker said that confus
p.m. Is emphasized:! that the Murrhee Jr., of Keystone. meeting
night's
On Thursday, Oct. 16, the setting ion resulted when the last leg Weight Watcher program does Tuesday
Heights announce the mal'rlage Board
represented
the was
up day for the-Bazaar islature placed fresh water not Involve "starvation diets"or Zoning Area along SR 100 which was re/: ..ned Tuesday night from
of their Delores
daughter, by Mrs. Doris'! Ottlnger
Is being scheduled, and extra lakes and streams under already exercising. Weight Watchersare Elaine to Joseph Eddie secretary, who explained the business to residential., Residences shown at lefts with
assistance would be greatly appreciated
laws that
to Mrs. existing were simply taught to "eat senslbly" Johnson Sr., of Orange Texas. board's position: that future' expansion First Baptist Cl'iireh In background at right.
according
written for tidewater lands.
-foods that satisfy the "
The marriage took place In business
of Keystone's
Deutermann. Any of the male He said the Lake Region appetite without putting on extra especially t the ]ue depreciated\ by the prox-
Aiken, S. C. on Thursday, sept district should be along the! two
parishioners, with free time on .
Committee received a favorabla pounds. came In for a of business establish
that date, are asked to contact reception when it appeared be- 4. state highways! through the bing (not that might possibly de-
John Sullivan, at 4733178.The The bride is the granddaughter town She, predicted that the
fore the Internal ImprovementFund Children' teenagers and adults the discussion from tht area.A. .
Catholic Council of St. of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jen city's growth would be accelerated ] -
Mr and Mrs. Everett R. Fox, Trustees last week, and -both men and womenIn speakers said it G, (Fan London, speaking
nings Murrhee Sr. of Lake that it
: Williams held their first meet- in the' future, and
Heights, announce declared that "we now have the Keystone-Starke area are hind the res: behalf of the church, said
of Keystone of their daughter Ing of the season on Wednesday sympathy at the state and local invited to attend the meeting on Geneva. would be a mistake not to pro general ',' !got some rugged look-
the engagement evening, Sept. 17, at the Parish The young couple will residein vide for expansion! of the present -
Cail level. October 7. Regular meetings spots around town. Some
Jacquelyrt, to Alvin A. Councilman
Augusta, Ga. until thegroom's district
Hall. business
louet, son of Mr. and Mrs Allen Prevatt said a series of meetIngs will be held each Tuesday at 7 that alleys behind' the back streets are a mess.
tour of duty at Fort ,
Father Edward Kirby, recently Rev. Lawrence Carroll pastorof
Joseph Caillouet. of Pensacola. would b! held with com p.m. In St. Anne's parish along Lawrence don't think the Zoning Board
returned from a month'svacation Gordon has been completed. the First Baptist Chm'ch.explan'd ,
Miss Fox attended St. Johns mittee members and state officials house. Keystone. were "a disgrace! ruin a beautiful: resinsn-
In Ireland, entertained that his congr"gatonhad !
$
River Junior College and is employed members and their guests with working together on corrective --- r-- -- Just sold a $100.000 bond munlt).." and d'.strlct! by opening it up to
as a secretary with the legislation to be pre same would be stands or' truck
his
color slides and his Interesting issue for construction of n fine
University of Florida. Mr. and humorous sented at the next session. He ional businesses : It would be a shame to
exper- "b auty
Caillouet received his B.A. de iences encountered during the said that trouble resulted when new sanctuary.ioe: along Highway 100. it no with bad looking
and serenity" would] be lessened -
his visit to his native the Game & Fresh Water Fish side would be el! ."
country.
Florida location of businesses! In
MeAefrom State University Commission began vigorous: enforcement by way, and bad Roy Watkins! the only coun

and has also completed IT'S NEW LIFE of old laws which i the area. He asked that the up against re! speaking out in defense

graduate studies at the University BIBLE CLUB TIME: were confusing when applied to Zoning Board members recon ty," Cook said !\ the Zoning Board said tteir!
of Florida. Mr. Caillouet fresh water lakes. sider their decision.! done in accordance:
Is faculty member of Beginning, Tuesday, Oct; i, In an effort to reach a com property owners was
a District Governor their! homes and state and national stand-
the New Life Bible Club will be Win-
Councilman Ray
the social science department Rotary President Lon Rush- promise U suffering
protection he !! "Every: town
at St. Johns River Junior College meeting parked at In the the Fred Rolling LJodd Chapel home,, ton announced that District -... ans asked if the: petitioners Mayor\ Raymon from mistakes ''la: zoning
;. would object to hiving: profes-
Governor Gentry White of St. : < not zsn'.ng': > made ago.
on the corner of Magnolia and "we have no slums \ years
A November wedding Is plan v sional type building! (doctors,
Pecan Streets. The club wil.: Augustine, would pay an official .ui,3u ; \ dential! areas," and : got one of the best zon-

ned.WOMAN'S. meet for one hour each Tues- visit to the club this FrI. '? M .,. dentist!. lawyers, etc. in the the homes in : laws I know of, if we don't
No voiced an objection -
area. one
day immediately after school. exceptionally well rt butchering it up."
: [ CLUB day.A but It agreed this
was
Woman's All children, grades one golf tournament will beginat trnst to some of Bringing! the discussion! to an
The Keystone Heights would require a re-wrltlnir! of
through six, are invited to at- 2 p.m., followed by a club pror.erty.Wlnnru. close. Councilman! Cook

Club will card sponsor a tend. Come and bring your Bible assembly, hospitality! hour, and 'mod the zoning ordinance, additional (> :: : ,'(>d to rezone the area along
and party
salad luncheon the club and a friend. cook-out at the Keystone Golf public]! hearing: and other stone Heights Is lOa from Jones Funeral
29 at
Monday: Sept.
The club program Includes a & Country Club.NEWS technicalities. The group seemed residential to the southeast city
house, starting at 12:30: p.m. willing! to wait this long for
fine Bible memory program, said he felt strongly from CIA (buMness) to
Admission will be $1.25 (IncludIng through which It is possibleto action. tecting attractive (Il'esld'ntalHis' motion

tax) for each player. earn a free week of camp NOTES Close-up view of car in wnlch four teen-age students! Keystone's business district the possibility!' of ha S !greeted with applause from
Please make your reservationsfor and other awards. Visualized -
were Injured near school zon>'e lust Thursday afternoon Car audience.

John the Bird luncheon, at 473-4709 by calling, or Mrs.Mrs. and Bible a lessons missionary, songs project, contests are By HelenHOMEMAKERS 14.... was declared a total loss. ford, who will report at the Upon roll call ,vote Winans,
October 15 meeting for elec. TEi i and Cook voted yes
Owen Baker, at 473-3006.
Included in this worthwhile pro
tion. WatkIns pasting the only
This will be the first
get- for children. Four Students Hurt
gram your Teenage
4-II CLi715Clay Chairman\ Everett! Fox was
together of the new club year The club Is sponsored by the : : 'CLUB

and it Is hoped that all mem- Children's Bible Mission, Inc. The local Club met on Sept. County 4-H Clubs under By Joyce !.

bers and their friends will planto with Misses Bell andThompsonas 17 at Clay Electric Hall for the As Car Overturns Near SR 21 Emmett D McCall, agent, and Councilman Joy Baker stat-

attend. the teachers. Parents should first fall meeting Mrs Hazel Mrs. Imogene D. Ritenburgh. that at a previous meeting!

The Keystone Heights Wo- send a note with their child Davis, President, had the 1969- Four teen-agers were injur turned over when It came are arranging for the Boys and Funeral services! ; had Raid the city ordinan

man's Club is represented In giving consent for him to attend 70 Year Books, and committee ed-none seriously-when their back on the hard surface traveling Girls 4-H Awards Banquet of for Miss Ruth provide that a 4-1 vote is

the new Federated Woman's It will be necessary for brochures, on Devotionals! 1965 Mercury Comet overturnedlast more than 400 feet before the County on October 9 in Tuesday at Faith for Council to

Club Cook Book, "Desserts." parents to furnish transportation Health and Safety, Foods, and Thursday afternoon on the stopping right side up ina Green Cove Springs Mrs :Marguerite Church. Miss zoning over the object-

Mrs. Henry Schuber's entry, for the. children,following Clothing for member: particlpa-! last curve of Nightengale Street ditch on the opposite side Quagiiano is assistant day following an .. of the Zoning Board

"Creme D'Orange", was accepted the programs. For additional tion. Mrs; Imogene D. Riten before its Intersection with SR of t the road. leader' of the Keystone Club. ness. She had been Watkins then asked< and was

and Included in the edition Information call 473-4782. burgh. Clay County Homa Eco 21"'(Lakeview,Drive.) Libby said that Larsen, whose EASTERN STAR resident of ] permission to change

which will include 2,000 nomics Agent visited the meet- The injured were: Ronald home Is in Jacksonville but Keystone Chapter of OES winters here and vote to yes In order to set

favorite recipes from Women's AMERICAN!; LEGION Ing, and outilned the projectsfor Charles Larsen. the driver: who stays with relatives while Will resume regular meetingson the north Our the matter without need for

Clubs across the nation. The Keystone Heights Mel- the coming season. Unfortunately David Ennis, Cindy Scales and attending KHHS, was charged October 7 In Chapter Roomof her sIster Miss meetings or hearings.
The club's first board meeting rose American Legion Postwill Kendall Turner All four with for and other
there were only seven are "speed too great con Masonic Temple at 8 p.m.
i will be held on Tuesday, sponsor a supper at the post students in ditions." will! before family.
members present, including a Keystone High He appear Worthy Matron Grace Keeth '

home, located on Highway 21 new member, Mrs. Geraldine School. Clay County Judge T. J. Rivers and Worthy Patron Vlnton Congratulation! : 'KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

north, Friday evening, startingat Simeral of Lake Brooklyn Trooper D. M. Libby of at 9 a.m. Wednesday, Oct Keeth will presida.COMMUNITY phine Reed, who

6 p.m. This promises to September Is registration Green Cove Springs who investigated : (:'JlVRCURt.IIAGE as. Florida State

Can you be an excellent fish dinner with month, and the secretarytreasurer the accident, said the 22.All occuoants were carried : : SALE the National

all all the trimmings. Mrs, Yvonne Dazey invites car failed to negotiate a curve, to Bradford County Hospitalfor Time October 1 is Intake Bank Women at
eat day Tickets will be sale at
on new members to call her ran off on the shoulder and emergency treatment Day, and Mrs. Don Wallace: vention in S'lra!

and still loseweight at the.75C door for, with children admission and $1.25 set so they may enjoy the several chairman\ still needs volunteersfor 14. Mrs. Reed is

coming events of the Council. that day. as well as for dent of Keystone
for adults. Please be to
this fundraising sure Covered dish lunchesn: meeting! each sales day October 2, 3, 4, In Keystone.It .
? support worthy -
Indians
project.A of all the Clubs and the Fall Drop Opener looks like

four horsepower Johnson Tour which was arranged at ; (Continued on Next Page) ContInued On TELEGUAI"a! RABY'S AUTO

motor will be given away at the the Council Meeting on Sept. J

Legion Hall on Saturday even- 23 in Green Cove' Springs SERVICE

ing, Oct. 4, during the organ- These Homemakers programsare Changes To Be MadeSandy Auto Repairs
@v. ization's regular bingo session. made possible through a KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN

A $1 donation is being requested. three-way partnership of the Conditioning Repairs

U. S, Dept. of Agriculture, the Grayson In the fourth : Automatic Transmission

Weight Watchers HERE N' THERE University of Florida, and local By Mike Chitty quarter. And try as they did, Thurs., Fri., Sat Sept. 2(5( 27, 28HOW Service

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garber Boards of County Commissioners. they were unable to top the 28 PHONE 473-4404

is coming.At and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La- This is a prgram for rw>in>q rhnlkpd un bv St. Joe. Little Lake Bedford
The Indians of AN &
fighting Key- MARTIN
Coste were vacationing in Day- everyone and mothers of 4-H Outstanding offensive players

lost.Keystone tona Beach last week. girls should become membersof stoh High School were unable were Quarterback Donnie Baker -

Mr. and Mrs.Daniel Headrick a local Homemakers Club.It to overcome a strong defense and Fullback Sandy Gray- "THE MALTESE BIPPY"with SHOPKEYSTONE

Heights were visiting with family and Is through !these organizations and minor Injuries, as son. The combination of Bakerto .

St. Anne's Parish House friends in Keystone Heights and Institutions that ex- they lost the season opener to Grayson, which shined last

on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.Head- St. Joseph's Academy in St. season, is looking good again Carol
Tues., Oct. 7, 7 P.M. rick, residents of Pittsburgh isting trends and problems Augustine, 28 19. Lynley SHOPEDITH
this
Ph. 473.3163473.3151: working out programs on the year.
Head Coach
Pa. Roy Bayless says
are enjoying a week's
va-
Outstanding defensive playerswere
and desires of people.
needs that both the offense and defense looked i I JOHNSON. Owner
who
Individual family and community played well Friday night, Drew Moore, and Creative Hair 6tyl-
living are the educational good running; Chipper Hague; Bverjr: Form of Beauty
but he feels some defensive
Stop Wishing Start Buying programs worked out by the' changes should be made. A- Kicky.Parades; and Bobby Harper Tuev.-sat. tcJoeed;
) who GRAND
members, through Leader (a freshman was ]I'.
mong the changes .this week taken off the J. V.'s to help
instruction each month
Training are linebackers being changedto
the Varsity squad, is also lookIng .DING MATERIAL
/toy the supervising agent. This tackles. Bayless' Indians FRIDAY OCTOBER 3

is a Govermant program with were troubled with minor injuries good. ,
Baker had a fine openIng -
AUTO LOANSDreaming literature, menus, ideas, whichare all week before the Donny
I ; completing 15 passesof
game( BROOKLYN
distributed free to partici- game which kept some of their
21 for total of 197
a
attempts
UNDER NEW
pating members. Therefore, starters out. Injuries duringthe yards passing. The Indians HOUSE
there are no dues. The Keystone game included Sandy Gray-
were only able to tally 37 .
Plywood Builder's
Club meets the third Wednesday son, who sprained his anKle
of a new car? Our loan department of each month in Clay on the last play ( but will hope- yards rushing. Keystone in suf-the Roofing Sheetrock

can make those! dreams come Electric Hall at 10 a.m. Mrs. fully be In this week's game); hard fered only one fumble Looks Paints Insulation,
and Doug Benson, who suffereda hitting game. ssASHJ Electrical & Plumbing
Rltenburgh discussed clothingand
true, quickly. See us for an Auto Loanat minor concussion, like Keystone fans are in for .
the current style shehad
low bank rates. You can enjoy the made a sniff dress,as puttingIn The tough St. Joe defense log some this fine season.aerial ball manuver- 21 N. of Keystone 473-4888

advantages of paying cash when you ai; double hem. She reportedthat attack completely until halted Ricky the Parades Indians' The Indians will play their "

buy and the pleasure of driving hemlines are going to drop scored on a 15 yard run in the first home game this week (the CHETE PRODUCTS"
'
about 114 inches. 26th( ), looking for their first
that new car right away. Come in and second quarter. The defense win over the Florida School FORCONCRETE
stiffened again and held the
talk it over. There's no obligation. for Deaf and Blind, of St. Aug- PRODUCTS
Indians till the third
cation In Daytona. Mrs. Head. quarter ustine. This should be an Interesting KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CALL OR SEE
of Mrs. when Joe Moore went in on a
rick Is[ the niece Marge game so we'll be + '
Tracy, and will be remembere< 10 yard scamper. The finalT. looking for you out there sup- Building
D. for Keystone came on a
by many Keystoners as the porting those Indians Supply Inc.
30 yard touchdown run by ,
former Miss Nancy I loll. It GO INDIANS; I!!
726 S. MAIN 372-4844
: Gus
was nice to visit with Nancy
and Dan. Nancy reports thatallof A government ,program under at the Fire Tower on Highway Gainesville, Florida

the family are do'liw very the Food Commodities. is being: 16 (Camp Bland'.ni! ) for Octo- AND

set up for the entire county. ber 11 from 4 to 730.: The' Key-

well.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Sutton Curtis Wertz Is in charge' of stone Club will be hostesses

have just returned from a teo distribution of the foods suchas from 5:30: to 6:30: representedby Mitch Carnes Nursery

have just returned from a two peanut butter, fruit Juices Mr. Yvonn Dazey and >r

week's vacation tour of New powdered milk, rice and many Mrs. Marguerite! Qunallano. Thousands of plants

England, with short visits into other commodities. A training Mrs. Quaaliano, Mrs Hazel Trees-Shade Trees

Canada. route to and from class Is being organized of volunteers Davis and Mrs. Geraldine S m- GRAND OPENING Evergreens

New England they had on over- who will teach:! recipients eral will attend the Leader

night visit with Mr. Sutton's how to ue. these comma Training! meeting October 1 Camellias & Azaleas

sister and one of Mrs. Sutton's dities; how to cook various on the monthly subject of and Malt :MOST ALL IN CANS

vis tore. item, ns many foods distributed Foods for Festive Occasion! *. Hamburger PLANT ANY TIME -
KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Miss .lane McMurtry was in are not known to these: paoplo. ( Mri. Emily lion gave the report Beautiful Roses -

Tort Lauderdale last weekendto a goodly number: being:!! illi at this month's meetingon LandscapingPhone

Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla. visit Miss Lydia Hurley, a terate. Oven Cookery. WITH FREE .
,
former Keystoner, who is a patient The Forestry Division of the The nominating Committeewas : 50SEPT. 659.2165

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly Her many In Holy Keystone Cross friends Hospital.wish Extension office under AgrI- appointed with Mrs. Emily FRENCH FRIES Mi. S. S. of Starke on
Community." cultural Agent Emmett D. Mc Ison. chairman Mrs Mtta:
100 at Fiorahome
her
a quick recovery.
Call. Is arranging a Fish Fry Kersey and Mrs Harriet Blck-

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mer. Her husband Major Mc- through 11 or who entered the mlttee will present a brief resume of homemakers and new plans

iMahon is on temporary duty third grade are eligible to be- of the work of her com- and ideas to Improve home- New River WMU
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN :
; in Washington.Mrs. come Cub Scouts. -mtttee for the coming; year. making. Mrs. James Robbins is To PrepareFor
; Lee Williams and Mrs. This will be an organizational New members of the club president.
li'" ; By Joyce Bower Larry Forsxthe spent a few meeting. Den mothers and dens will be honored at this meeting. DUPLICATE BRIDGE New Year

; \. r--- irrrrrrrSrSSrSSttFront days with, (Mr. and Mrs. R. F. will be anounced. Those of you They will have an opportunityto
By:.MIKE CIIITTYHI. ( Preceding. Page) Simmons enroute from Mrs. who are interested in working learn the 'activities of the The Duplicate Bridge Club is Hampton Baptist Church: will
: Williams' summer home In with these young boys are invited Club and become acquaintedwith sponsored by the Woman's be host for a "learn-how" day
-------------------------------------------- --------.. --- be a Halloween Carnival in Conn. to her winter home In to attend. Boys who ara the other members) Mrs. Club. It meets each Tuesday for New River Association

Melrose again this year. For Dundee. Interested in Joining' are welcome Ernest Bartlett Is president. morning at 10:00: a.m. in the Woman's Missionary Union on
Sports Fans this Is So next time you see some Squid, *
back to show how to those of you who like to take. For those! of you who are but they must be accom- MELROSE ACTION Woman's Clubhouse. It is open Thursday, Oct. 2, nt 9:30: a.m.

with your Sports rolling -News fisherman of interestto get fix someone it right and try you some. your children! to a Carnival I new in the community I would panied by at least one parent. COMMITTEEThe to those who like to play bridge Helps and suggestions will be

you. I'm just back from a It looks like the fish are still will try to get the dates of like to present a list of clubs Red Thomoson is Cub Master. Melrose Action Committee or are Interested in learning.: available for all women in the

vacation on which I had plan- biting pretty good around here, other Carnivals in this area. and organizations in this area. BROWNIES Is a new organization having The charge is $.50. Players 20 Baptist churches in New

med to do a good bit of fish- dlspite the weather. Not many Recent guests of Mr. and Most of these groups have Brownie: Scout Troop 157 will been organized only abouta bring .sandwich! and a partner. River Association, as they bn-

ing, but didn't get any done at people have been out lately, but Mrs. Red Thompson were his either begun meeting or will meet for the first time Thursday year and a half ago. It was Coffee is provided free. gin work in the new church':

all. Complications, and high the ones that have are really father James Thompson and meet soon. Most do not hold Oct. 2 at t the Parish Houseat organized !by a group of concerned Winners last week ware: Miss year starting' October 1. Wom

winds put a damper on my plans, catching'em. Let's have a look- Bob Dykes of Albany, Ga. meetings during the summer. 3:00: p.m. Girls in the second residents to help:! cope Iva Hillyer and :Mrs. F. T. an's Missionary Society: Younsf

unfortunately. We visited some see at some of the reports for Mrs. Susie Preston is home NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB and third graces are invited to with the problems of the com- Hogue, 1st place; Mrs. Roland Woman's Auxiliary, Girls' AuxIliary -

friends Bronzell and Gloria this week following recent surgery. The New Life Bible Club will attend. Brownie Scout Leaders: munity, and anyone interested Bryan and Mrs. R. N. Livingston and Sunbeam Band divis-

Buchanan, and children in Shipman's Camp (west shore Mrs. James McMahon and begin meetings Wed. Oct. 8 in are Mrs. Donal Pace and Mrs. Is invited to join. 2nd place: Mrs. John ions of the: WMU will be explained -

Mobile, Ala., whoare avid campers Santa Fe), reported quite a four children of Tampa spent the Rolling Children's' Chapel Betty Duncan. Meetings are held the 1st Straw and Mrs. W. M. Strawn. and illustrated: during:

fishers, oysterers and few good catches. Here are the the weekend with her parents which will be parked in front Tuesday of each month. The 3rd place: Mrs. B. A. Allen and the morning meeting, from 9:30:: )

shrimpers, so had lots of fresh people, and the catches they Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Phil Kro- of "Archie's" Frigidaire Sales. BOY rr=OUTS next meeting will be held Oct. Mrs. J. W. Foster.Of to 11:30: a.m

seafood. Bronzell went floundering brought in. Mr. and Mrs.Char- The club will meet each Wed- Members of Boy Scout Troop 7 at the Parish House. The pro- course most of the Churches Mrs. W. B. Mundy is retiringas

one night and gigged les Showers caught 42 Specs; nesday immediately after 109 meet each Tuesday :night gram will be centered around also have clubs within the Association Director, otter

around 35;'and he and my father Marvin Jewell and Kenneth Vickers of fishing, when he came in school for 1 hour. from 7:00: to 8:30: p.m. at the the purpose* and work of UNICEF Church which meet egularly. .serving in this capacity for

James went another time and caught 55 Bream and with a 6-pounder, a 7-pounder, All boys and girls in grades Parish House. Art Wheeler Lathe So anyone who is willing to several years.! Mrs. D. E. Hill

gigged around 25 or 30. We Specs; Mr. and Mrs.Steve Mar- an a 7 1/2 pounder, an 8 1/2- 1 through 6 are welcome. There Scout Master.Membership Each year MAC !sponsor a work can find plenty to do. of Hampton is the new director -
also had the pleasure of try- anville had 37; Charles Kieffer pounder, and a 10 3/4-pound is to PTA
will be visualized Bible stories, open boys party for the children who trickor Mrs. Ray Miller of Kings-
ing some fried Squid, and it had 40 Bream; Mr. and Mrs. Bass. Now that's what I call songs contests, a missionary ages 11 to 14. Older boys who. treat for UNICEF. Area ley Lake is secretarytreasurer.Mrs. .

was delicious. If you just don't Louis Bowers caught SOSpecs; gettin' down to business.My project Plus a Bible Memory have been in the Scouting pro- churches furnish refreshments.This Those who wish to work with- Frank Johnson of Keystone -

start thinking about it, and let Mr. and Mrs. Pat Janoski had father James, Uncle Alfred Program. Those taking part gram may also join.( year the group plans to in the school are Invited to attend Heights is YWA Director -
with 60 Specs and Bream and Mr. Hudson, and Cousin Buddy
your Imagination run away ; Ellis of Gainesville fished in can earn awards up to a free VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. \study hunger in the (Melrose the meetings of the Melrose and Mrs. Richard Myers of
and Mrs. Harold Cleveland ,
eating.
you that's some fine caught 50 Specs and Bream. the Oklawaha River and caught week of camp. The Melrose Volunteer FireDepal.tment area. As hard as it is to be- Elementary PTA. Programs Keystone Heights, GA Director.

-- .1 Slim's Fish'nStuff (Key- 5 Bass Wednesday, and 9 Sat- New Life Bible Club Is sponsored was established to lieve, there are people In this are planned to provide

stone) reports that Mrs. W. L. urday. Thursday, Father and by Children's:! Bible MIs- provide fire protection to area. area who simply do'' not have Insight Into what is going on New River Baptist
NEWS NOTESBy Uncle Alfred Hudson caught 6 sion, Inc. and the teachers are residents. Everyone in this enough to eat. The group plansto In the school system. These
Murwin 9 Bassin
caught a pound
illcrest Lake. Bass. Misses Thompson and Bell. area is urged to join and pay make a detailed study and meetings also give parents an Men Set WorkshopMen

Helen Egan: Griffin's Lodge (east shore Well, my friends, that wrapsup This is a non-danomlnational dues which are only six dollars see what can be done about it. opportunity to become acquainted

Sante Fe), also had a pretty another week of news. I club and teaches no church doc per year. Mrs. Ernest Bartlett Is presi- with the staff at the school. from churches in the

[From Proceeding Page good report, with Specs biting guess between the weather trine. Their aim is to teach Meetings are held quarterly.The dent. Meetings are held four New River Baptist Associationmet
on the brush piles. Roy Griffin changes, and Schools starting, the children about th3 Bible: next meeting is slated for HOMEMAKERS CLUB during the times for a fellowship suppr and
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1>laCe-. tore the Specs up again last the fishing will slack off some Each child attending the the second Tuesday in October.It The first meeting ,of the Mel- might be year, but there workshop at Gadara Baptist: !
a change
Sunday School Annex. week, and averaged catching one again. But don't let that stop club should bring a note from will be a business meetingand rose Homemakers Club will be dule this in this sche Church north of Keystone

At the monthly Executive, or two nice Bass a day also. you from catching'em. Remember their parent giving consent: to will be held at the Parish held Thursday Sept. 25 at 9:30: Dorman is year. Mrs. Martha Heights last Thursday! evening

Board Meeting of the Churcli 1, In three days of fishing alone Hunting opens shortly, attend. For further Informationcall House. a.m.ln: the Home Demonstration president. of the Melrose Baptist workers from Jacksonville .
Chapter.If
Women on Sept. 22. the matter: last week, he came in with cat- so you better fish now. 473-4782. WOMAN'S: CLUB Clubhouse.At served as staff for tho

of change of time for the Gena ches of 30, 35, and 40 Specs. All you Keystone football fans CUB SCOUTS The Melrose Woman's Club tftls meeting memberswill I have left out your club workshop conferences. E. M.

eral Monthly Meetings !1 Thursday, Roy caughtl8Specs, can follow the Indians in my football The first meeting? of the Cub will resume meetings October discuss wardrobe planning.As please give me a call and I will Norton of Kingsley Lake la

discussed.' Several of the Clr'cles and a 6 1/2, and an 8-pound reports each week, beginning Scouts will bs held Wed. Sept. 1. the name Implies, this clubIs be happy to print a notice New River Association. Brother-

discussed it at the Home' Bass by himself. Mark Jar- today. and until next week 24 at 7:00: p.m. All boys 8 The chairman of each com- concerned with the problems about it in the paper. hood Director.
Circle meetings on Sept. 15 P;; vis had quite a productive day "Good bye and good luck!"
EvMinor ilrivlnir, for many ol

th.e.hm.chu'"omen who live COOK WANTED Good pay

some distance has become apply in person. Longhorn R
somewhat of a hazard. and the taurant. 301 South. tfchg Gulf Service
evening attendance has dwind
BUY EQUITY Lovely 3 bed '
TOED PARTSTop
led.About 1953: when' young business room, 2 bath house. For par ------ == I ; *. : Prices for Wrecked Can

locality ticulars call 964-7649 -..- .. ..'"_. 24
families came into this or 964- Hour Wrecker Service
-- -- .. .
6557. ::.--' -.- _..-....... :# ... _. _J- -"
It was found ncessary 4tchg- 10-9 ,- Fuel Oil
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to have meet. MEN: : 1 WANTED
a younger group Laundry USED
PUMPSNEW VACUUM
EXPERIENCED cleaner reconditioned
ing at nlRhts so cWlren] would If your CLASSIFIED AD RATES workers, Kitchen aids laborer -. : George E. LaRue Vied Can .
$15 10 dIfferent
heater up.
space needs
!have fathers to be with them cleaning *, cottage parent, watchman AND USED __ Hwy. SOI N. Waldo
contact Gordon Up to 15 name brands to choose from. 46H-1998
W. word. _
Allen 964- 1.U
INSURANCE
and the Rebeccas Clrcls was I cook and clerks ground- SALES-PARTS-SERVICE Parts It AGENCYAuto
excellent
repair all
established. The Nightingales! 7889. 3tehg 10-2, (Minimum charge) keeper: truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Fire Homeowner

were already organized to enable FOR SALE1969 SINGER ZIGZAG Each word over 18 .07 day week, eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Galnes-. LIFE & ACCIDENT SERVICE Small ''appliancesat
of the Ctate Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
the business women retirement vacations,
Sewing Machine in console Expert Service On vllle 376-7110.
church to be a part of the cabinet like new. Sews on but- Exfra charge If not sick leave. If interested, please All Makes tfcbC Keystone Height 473-4892 Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfchg'

Church Women. The morning tons, makes buttonholes. overcasts paid In advance .35 apply in person Personnel DID YOU KNOW it's easy to FILING CABINETS.
Typewriter -
Plumbing Service ,
elide came a bit later for Manager Sunland Training own,
monograms, blind hems u Longchamp Home?
Stands, Desks, Chairs
families who found it more dresses, etc. Fully guaranteed.Can Memorials, Resolutions Center. Gainesville. Fla. Phone 964-7061 l3ettpr built for DrMa living MEN WANTED Men cottage Safes Bradford County
-
convenient.At be seen in your area. FULL 7 An equal opportunity employ DURRANCE PUMP Yow plant or ours parents age over 21. Starting Telegraph.GAINESVILLE.
t this reporting this matterof PRICE $55.00 or terms avail cent per word er. AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or our Contact Bu pay $329 month, promotion op.

changing to daytime general able. Call Credit Manager til 9 tfrtig ford Mitchell phone C84 portunltles and regular increases -

meetings will be a part of the Jacksonville, Collect: 388-0785. CARDS OF THANKS 6853, P O. Box 338. Stark in pay. 8 hour day 5
SUPER
agenda for the Sept. 22 Board STICK Vinyl Plastic INSURANCEAT tf.:..... day week, sick leave, vacations
2tp 9-25 80 word or less n__ 3.CO Letters it Numbers for interior REDUCED RATES state .
Meeting. However, the matter:! I II retirement. If interested,
will be presented to the full FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurn. Each word over BO __ .07 and exterior use. All sizes, co AUTO FIRE, BOAT please apply in person Personnel
membership at the Oct. 6 Gen ished house, conveniently loca- lors. Bradford County Telegraph DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY Manager, Sunland Training Cen

eral Meeting in the Educational ted. Phone 964-6841. 2tchg' 9-25 OFFICIAL tf INSURANCE AGENCYtcb I MOORE'SSUN ter. Gainesville. Fla. TE

Bldg. at 8 p.m. FOR SALE2 bedroom home. INSPECTION STATION PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to SPORTSMOORE An equal opportunity employ. TN
PLEASE REMEMBER: and er.
Large kitchen and living room, Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30 P. M. $625. Take the drudgery out BAIRD
attend the weekly Workshops : BOAT TOR.
of
work.
paper -Bradford County -
tile bath hardwood floors car Except: Saturday 8-12 NoesHILL'S
for the December Bazaar onWednsdays Telegraph. Mobile YOUR MONEY
tf Homes
port and porch on nice corner E
ED WAINWRIGHT
from 10 till 2, and GARAGEKeystone
lot; $4,400. Phone 964-7582. I Starke Ph. M4-0791 W
NEW
and
bring your Ideas. or just come -"" USED AGENCYFor
Heights
and assist the chairmen Mrs. mornings. tfchg Complete Outboard & Stern
Telephone 473-4185 8-10-12' WideGainesville All Your L'A
Barry Wyman and Mrs. Ernest MUST LIQUIDATE business HelpWanted I' Drive Service and Repair. Insurance NeedsSpecializing E

McLean in their many pro- location. Vacant deep lot. 117' Good Complete Fiberglass Repair.C11 ,
jects which need assistance. front, on US 301 North edge of FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Quality s t 0 m-buitt Fiberglass : in
Bring your sandwich bring a Starke. 964-6240 or 721-3567 beds. elee. guitars amplifier, Reasonably Priced I Fishing Boats. Mobile Home Insurance D

friend and all enjoy that social Jacksonville. 2tp 9-25 refrigerators: day or week. DA.HMZRS. Gainesville 378-2785 Ph. Starke 964.6818 E

hour about the luncheon table. B64-7923. tf-cha Serviced, Guaranteed and R
BUY, SELL. TRADE: Used
PERSONALSMr. : Used Furniture Trainees To Work in Bal r Delivered In Starke Area Furniture, Appliances, Toys WANTED: Used Wrinrer-Waaih-

and Mrs. Roy Bridges of Joist Fabricating Plant. NO EXTRA COST Tools. Wlmberly's Trading er. Will pay cash or take In
Lake Geneva, shortly after returning SPECIALSREFRIGERATORS MillerBro'yn
"See America US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th Post, 7434 Blanding Blvd., trade on anything. DARKER'S.
from their APPLY AT
Gainesville 378-2785 Jacksonville. tfchg 964-7911.
First" tour entertained a ..' \ Owen Joist tf-ch
group of friends and relativesof start at $40 I Corpof LEGAL FORMS. Bradford S. E. 2nd Ave. &
I
South Carolina for the long ELECTRIC RANGES FloridaLINCOLN SEWING MACHINES I County Telegraph Ph. 2nd Street
Labor Day weekend at their start at 7.50 Near Post Office
Largest selections from whichto 964-6305.
summer home in Lake Tox. SOFA & CHAIRone Volkswagen CITY ROAD
choose Pfaff, Necchl. Nelco Open 'Ti).8 P.M.
away, N. C. only $40 STARKE. FLA. New Home. it Universal. I MARY WILL BUY: Used Appliances,
The following week, Mr. BEDROOM SUITE New & Used J. I REPAIR Ptonlture, TV' Stereoi. anything -
ALL MAKES. I
Bridges held a nine States con- Sales Service of value. DAHMER'S.I .
start at $35 Large House And Grounds
ference for his business organization I National Sewing I
All items reduced for Frame dwelling ((1440 ft.) CARTER
which Included four 1 Ml. North of The Mall sq. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic BUYINGLAND

factory officials from four different year end close out GAINESVILLEFOR large metal shop with cement Machine Co., ,Letters. all aizes. colors. Permanent -

states at their summer Bring your truck and, Floor. 3 acres fenced & cleared for use on wood, glass
save. land. A. J. Thomas, Realtor) 611 W. University Ave. 378.1355FOR PAINTS plastic, paper, metal leather,
homa. Tel. 964-5701. I ANYTHING! -Bradford County
I
.
Last week, the Bridges family
SALE Concrete. blockhouse RENT 2 bedroom fur. Telegraph. tf

enjoyed a rest at their famIly ; 3 bedroom, 1 bath central FOR RENT- 4 room and bath fished house for adults. Also 102 F.. Hrownlee S*. I Dixie Land Co.
home In Stuckey, S. C. beat ft air-conditioning. Corner furnished apartment. Couple furnished. and unfurnished FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bedroom

Mrs. Esther Krueger of White lot. Phone 964-5367. tfcfcg only, no pets. CM1 964-6852. apartments.: 510 N. Cherry St.trchg. I trailer outside city limits. P. O. Box 158
Feather Court has returned Mobile Homes tfchg J. B. White. 964-6114. tfchg

from with her relative summer and friends vacation in 784 S. LANE AVE.JACKSONVILLE FOR SALE Around 400 balesof 25c : FOR SALE3 br. home car St. Marys, Ga.

Illinois! and Wisconsin. FLA. r TUNING REPAIRING good:> Coastal. : Bermuda Hay : pet In L. R., and D. R. and tfchg'

MrsRuti Olson spent; an extended FOR RENT Small to be cut In bales. I don't have\: hall. 1 bath, built-in kitchen,
2-bed-
holiday with her nephew MELODY PIANO storage room. Ph. 964-6114 J. CAMPERSALES enclosed garage, central heat. 3 to 8 acre tracts
room furnished
house, 746 N. ,
and family the John Walnut Street. Call 964-5070 or B. White tfchj CAR WASH Call 964-7541. tfchg Pretty woodland, little clearing
Thorqulsts. in Minnesota.Mrs. SERVICE Near
964-7444. WANTED LISTINGSOn school 3 B-R, 2 Bath.
Marguerite( Grennon is Itp FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished Homes and Acreage. Buyers 100' Keystone Lake, $17,500

also home from her vacation FOR SALE 20 acres between apartment Lights wa 2920 Waldo Road 3 B-R bath, large L-R. modern
Waiting. Strout Realty, Reg.
with rrlaHvps! In Illinois. Keystone Hts. and Starke; $300 ter furnished. Phone 961-5884 or Gainesville 376-0691 WE MAKE Broker 2117 N. Temple: Ave. Kitchen! Patio, Utility,
BEGINNERS: SEWING:>: acre. Phone 4734971. It W rr _570 W. Call St. tfchgPAYROLL I Authorized Dealer Ph. 964-6609 Starke Fla. $11,000 FHABusiness

Under the Adult Education "Starcra't" "Dreamer" Property at busy Intersection .
program of Clay County Department FOR SALE Modem LR Suite Phone 378-5197 ENVELOPES. "Wheel! Camper" KEYS MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Home Choice locationS.

of Education, Mrs. -3 pc. blue !sectional sofa w- Gainesville Bradford County Telegraph.Ph Travel Tralers: Truck Park Trailers and spaces E. McKay 473-4816

Rita Walker. Home Economics built in end-tables, Mr. & Mrs. Fla. 9646305.FOR Campers Fold Downs _________ for rent. Phone 964-7498. Associate Mrs. )Melba Ilgen
Teacher In Keystone Heights Chairs w-ottoman It glass coffee Rebuilding, Refinishing SALES & SERVICE I 8t4hll'- m.ifi .- 473-4740
High School started a Beginners table. Like new: $350, was SALE 1962 Chev. Super WANTED Full time service Keystone Heights

Sewing Class on Monday, $632.00. Ph. 964-7061 or 964. Sport8; $450. Phone 964 5805. .station attendant Must be FOR SALE Large frame
Sept. 13. from 7 to 10 p.m. at 5669. ltp reliable. Phsne 473-4793 or house and ground 2 cornerlots. LADY Semi retired wants
UP ANTIQUES BOUGHT It sold,
:
the school. There is a registration VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY. 9646707. tfchg Funriture and income, part time employment. Experience -
FOR SALE furniture .rcf:n'shed. upholsteri -
fee of $3. Apartment size MASTER Add Machines with WANTED Po;' Framers. Terms. 964-7271 by appointment I in general office work
4 burner i cabinet wjrk: pntlquea: FOR SALE .
electric I : restored Chihuahua
range in good -
The class meets each Mon subtraction. SPECIAL. this Piece! work will train. Per-! tfchg tt sales. Phone 964-7459. Up
condition ti the'r' original beauty! :?: ,
: $25. Ph. 473-4430. upy) rcssonable. Phone 964-
day night and t there are still month only $69.95. Ideal for manpnt with company benefits. '
several vacancies. 2tp 10-2 home or light office work.- Base to start $1.72 to $182.t Colt C. E. Jick'on. 1111 M-dl- .!!!.1. Itchg 'REDUCE safe and fast with FOR SALE 1968 Seminole
son St., Star! ?. Ph-irp !081-5370> :
FOR RENT 2 bedroom Bradford County Tel'srraph. tf: Average hourly rate after experience tfchd FOR SALE 1960 Rambler 4 GoBese tablets and E-Vap 10H pick-up camper. Fits long
over $2.50 hiur. "water pills." Andrews Drugs. wheel base: truck. Like
house unfurnished. Also one 2 HELP WANTED Apply dr. '30Jan. rurs .good; $150. new
REWARDFor bedroom trailer. 5 mi. Southof Waitress. Southern Wood Preserving!; Co.. HOUSE: FOH RENT ,-mi- Phone! 4733171. it lOtp 11-20 condition. Phone 782-3488. lip
Apply in
person B & 0 Restau.
Baldwin, Fla. 8 a.m. to 4 fumn'shed. pt 631 St.
Starke LSf'"t'.te
on 301. Ph. 964-7490
rant. pm.// LOST 3 mo. female Boston
tfchg FOR
APPALOOA SALE
2tehsr 4 year old reg.! 10 H.P. Electric
or Waldo 468-1222 from 8 a.m. I'ouire at 628 Lafayette for
In
Terrier Lake
Information to trm'tlop 2', in.// t-tfrid stallion.: Spirited, red Kingsley area Motor. Complete with starter
4pm.
itetig FOR. SALE 2 bedroom house WANTED RN's and LPN'i. '. "T-ii with blanket.! Exceptional Sept. 21. Answers' to name of switch and wiring. Operates on

On 3-Month-Old DRIVERS NEEDED furnished. 3V4 aCI'I'S, high !and 50 bed general hospital. Make FOR SALE Hu,, paitly /'C"nf'lmnton.! Days 964-5791. Tammy Lee. Reward< Phone 220 volts. Call Mr. Vaughn

Semi Drivers. Experience dry. On Hwy 16 at Kingsley application to Director of Nur. furnished. After: 5 p.m. call D.vvld Fenton. lip 398-4373. Jacksonville, collect. Bradford Co. Telegraph. Ph.

Boston Terrier helpful but not necessary. We Luke. Phone 533-2977. 2tchg 10-2 ses. Bradford Co. H-",pltal.2tch I 4733113. ltpHOOF' It 9646305. it

will train you. For local and FOR SALE Female 6 acres land '"
the TRIMING New and vied sale. Call 7823234. ltchg ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. HELP WANTED Florida
over road drlvinst. You can 5 ml. west of Starke
Road 16. JEEP for sale: Call 964-5262 ,
saddles saddle repatr. The '
Pile Folders, complete line office Pest Control. Male. Apply In
earn $3.50 per hour and up Good building site.
F. W. Ben.
Stolen From 1966 after short training. For application nott. 964-7036. Itchg after 6 p.m. fcr further Infor. :Saddle Shop phono 964-7707. WANTED Part time man at supplies -The Telegraph person, 539 E. Call

Blue Cadillac at write: Nation Wide Safety mation. 2tchg 10-21 2t 10-2 ToRena Motel. tfchg Phone X4-4305. St.Itchg 9-25

LU'S Tavern Kinsley Dnector, 1525 W. Memorial

Lake, Sunday, Sept. 21. Blvd.. Lakeland Fla. 33801, or 0 -
call 813-683-5975. 2tchg 10-2 At Cornell University a 8-TRACK

CALL COIJ.ECTJACKSONVILLE cc.s:- has been developed pin to __ _.a MONO"_ Tape Players DAHMER'SDISCOUNT Fastest TVRepair _ A_ _ .

Father, about one hour into produce jelly beans much
a weekend orbil: faster than before.. Some _master_ ___ charge___ FOR CARS in Starke
"If you kids in the back m. m ractllrcrs, however, will TMB IMTIKBAMH, c"o, HOUSE BANKAMERICARD.
398-4373 or 733-9141 scat don't settle down want to? advertise that theirs ____ ____ $44.50 $49.95 Color or Black & White
I'm
going to abort the mission." HI-O .till aged with loving CASH TIME Ph. 964-7923 No Charge for Pick-up _ _ _

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