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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Merger PlanIs Vo-Tech Future Here Voters Re-Approve AskedTo




r' MStudent Hangs On Amendment"Future 1963 DecisionA


OpposedBy special election placing

development of the Bradford-Union Area. a constitutional a-

Vocational Technical Center depends upon the passage" mendment before the voters -
,
of the constitutional amendment to be voted on Nov. of Florida, will beheld

:4, Superintendent Tom Casey says. > Nov. 4.

OfficialsOpposition If approved the amend-
If the amendment Is approvedthe He explained that the first ment would allow the

State probably will approvethe phase of the construction pro- state to continue issuing
construction program nec- gram at the Gainesville Junior -
essary to complete the Vo- college will cost about $5 revenue bonds or tax an-

to the consolidation of 42 small Florida; Tech Center he said. minion "All we have available ticipation certificates for
The local superintendent now is $3 million. We need universities, colleges and
counties, including Bradford, was strong and wide- pointed Out that six Vo-Tech about $2 million for the bondContinued technical
spread at the annual meeting of the State Associationof classes currently are housed ( on Page Pour) schools untl! June

County Commissioners in Hollywood last week, ac- Body Officers in temporary quarters and that 30. 1975.In .
about $600,000 is needed to 1963 voters approved suchan
cording to County Commissioner Ralph Bryan .
provide housing for the exist amendment under the old

Four Bradford commissioners call for a referendum for counties Student body officers elected at Bradford daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Normanof ing programs.The ResidentsAsk constitution but when the new
state's share of the this
Chairman Dave Shuford. that are affected to deter- High School: last week are (I-r) Olive Ann Starke and Miss Hutchlns. a freshman, is $600,00 would come from the constitution was drawn up

Zedra Hamilton Buck Norman mine if they wish to be Joined Budy vice-president Rhyme; Howell president the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsof money made available by the provision was deleted.In .
and Bryan attended the three- 1963 it was called the Ed-
together or not. Sherrl Starke.
; Norman secretary; and Karen passage of the amendment.The .
day meeting which saw the state Several state VIP's also Hutching NegroAs ucation Building Amendmentand
association adopt a resolution spoke in opposition to the mer- treasurer. amendment would allow allowed proceeds" of rev-
opposing the pre-filed mergerof ger proposal at the conventionand Miss Budy, a junior. Is the daughter/ of Howell defeated Jim Shuford In a close the state to continue issuing enues derived from the state

Rep. John Crider of Duval asserted their opposition Air. Mary Budy Starke; Howell a senior run-off race for president Miss Budy 'defeated revenue bonds or tax anticipation utilities gross receipts tax to

County. There was not a sin- before TV cameras Bryan said. hi the son of !Mr. and Mrs. Rhymer Howell Susan Dyal. The other two offices were certificates for universities : be earmarked for a 50-year
for the consolidation Chuck and technical DeputyA period for retirment of bonds
gle speaker Miami Mayor Hall Starke; Miss Norman a sophomore. Is the uncontested. colleges '
at the meeting Com- probable Democratic candidate school's until June 30, 1975. for higher education and tech-
missioner Bryan says. Bryan tor governor, said: Any coun- Casey said voters should be nical schools.
submitted a four-page writtenon ties who decide they would like Office aware that if they approve the petition signed by 217 Brad- Bradford Countians approvedthe
the meeting to The Tele- to consolidate should be allowedto Agency ? HereResidents amendmO'it that does not mean ford County residents asking amendment in 1963 by a vote
graph. do so, but none should be they are voting for new or additional that a Negro be employed as of 605 to 151 (only 13.5 per
Wheels to bring the Crider harrassed into it. As governorI taxes. a full-time deputy sheriff has cent of the registered voters
consolidation bill before the would veto any bill that did (Revenue from the utilities been presented to Sheriff P.O. turned out). State wide the
state association were set In not provide for a referendumin Oppose, gross receipts tax was earmarked Reddish. vote was 313,859 for to 166-
motion by Baker County Com- each county to be consoll- for retirement of bonds The petition further says: 959 against.
missioner Claudell Walker dated." for higher education and tech- We are asking that Mr. Frank So what voters will be ask-
former director of the state Mayor Hall further explained nical schools by the voter-ln Bell be given this position l.i ed to decide upon Nov. 4 will
group who had a request fora Bryan said, that he did not 1963. This was deleted whea'the the event that applications not be a new tax or bond Issue
meeting of the 42 counties mean total vote* referendumbut new constitution was written; through advertisement do not but one which was approved in
Involved placed on the agenda. a vote of each county in- Truck Line thus a constitutional amendmentis bring results. 1963 and, apparently, got lost
Commissioners from the 42 volved. For example, in the case ClosingShaw I needed to re-instate the 1963 We emphasize that this position ,In the shuffle of the new con-
small eounties met at 4 p.m. of Bradford, Baker Union and voter' Hprtafrml as deputy be full-time. s tU.Uon.
last Thursday after the regu- Columbiaany individual county "This (the amendment ) is .If for any reason our ask-
lar session of the association ; voting "no would not be really vital as far as Santa ings cannot be granted we are The Nov. 4 ballot will read
to review the Crider bill and forced to consolidate even If Eleven area residents were the Starke agency and bs able Meloy said Central would Fe is concerned," Joseph. W. requesting a hearing as to why as follows: "Proposing an
develop a plan of opposition. the other three voted *yes.* sworn In and made statements to give faster service, all oth. maintain a "Call station in, Fordyce president of Sanfa they cannot be granted.* amendment to Article XII, Sec-
Shortly after that meeting began Dade County Sen. Richard opposing petition: by Central ers who spoke at the hearing \Starke and) later explained FeJunfor College told The out tion 9 of the Constitulon of the
Bryan reports It was announced Stone voiced essentially the Truck Lines to discontinue Its skeptical. Telegraph. The document also points State of Florida to reinstate until -
remained (OonUoued on Face. IFtour) that thera will be a vacancyIn June 30. 1975 the authority;
that the Board of commission
same stand as Mayor Hall agency In StarkeAt "In our proposal to close the
the sheriffs department as to Issue
bonds
Directors of the Associationhad revenue or tax
Bryan said, but added: a hearing held Monday commission at Ctarke
agency has been
Deputy Kenneth Fuqua anticipation certificates under
moments earlier
imously adopted a resolution unan-to 1) He would oppose redistribution morning Service : by the Florida Public all traffic picked) up in our elected police chief of Starke. the authority of Article XII
Commission (FPSC).
oppose the consolidation pro of race track funds by system would be forwarded to Frank Bell referred to In Section 19 of the Constitution
Although Phillip J. Meloy,
posal. The general membershipof population because the large Gainesville and deliveries the petition. Is a 59-year-old of 1885, as amended."
the association adopted the counties agreed that if the president of Central Truck would be made to our custom Lawtey Negro who has been a Pamplets released by those
resolution Friday without a dissenting small counties would help them Lines, testified the company ers by city drivers domiciledIn parttime deputy sheriff for in favor of the amendment give
vote. (Continued on :Page' (Pour) would save money by closing Gainesville. In many nine years. lie is employed by these facts:
cases we would be able to deliver the William Arnold Construction If amendment
the Is
-- approved -
Union County Attorney Hal and pick up traffic in the Company of Jacksonville about $35 million
Mains also announced Thurs Starke area without aiding : Sheriff Reddish said he was a
(
day afternoon of that the State Association Levels Blast any additional men: although S 4V.yM r { taking the matter under advise year through or June about 30,$160 1975): million will
County Attorneys
days it ment.
on some peak be provljjd for
out-
unanimously adopted a r3solu The petition was delivered to capital
might require an additional
lay for
tion In opposition to the pro- to the sheriff at his office Monday universities junior
At Kirk Schultz driver. This would amount colleges and vocational
posal.A a substantial savings for our morning by James (Red) Davis schools.
second motion adopted by of Lawtey.
We have direct sche-
the State Association of County company. __ In the next five years
dules to Gainesville from Atlanta
Commissioners will send the Fred SJiultz. Democratic organization because "all we (
association's executive com- Speaker of the House, and Rs-!! have done Is create another Jacksonville Tampa! enrollments In state universities
mittee to Tallahassee Monday publican Governor Ciaude Kirk tier of employees" He said Orlando Miami! and Ocala. p Green Given community junior collegesand
Oct. 6, to oppose the merger were blasted by State Representative : that he and many other numbers and In many cases, we would vocational- technical train-
Ing centers will double.
proposal when it comes before Gene S'law in a had tried to dissuade be able to provide: overnight
the Florida House Committeeon speech to the Rotary Club of Shultz from the course he followed service from these points to 4 Boost -- Since 1963, state univer-
4 Salary sities have increased from five
Local Government of which Green: Cove Springs last week. but that the Speaker the customers in the Starke to nine junior colleges from
Rep Crider is a member.Commissioner The Starke attorney blamedthe had insisted upon hiring "high- area. Under our present arrangement 23 to 28; and a total of 35
two high officials! for many priced experts from Rutgers, it I Is very seldom vo-tech centers have been
Bryan Stres- of the State's present short Princeton, and two or three! that we are ever able to> pro To $27,000The tablished. es-
ses that opposition to the mer- comings. idiots from the University of vide overnight service." Cen- Award -- The brochures also poJ.i'out ,

ger county proposal, groups came as well from as large the Shultz a Jacksonville investor Florida" to furnish "unsound tral states its proposed to Improvement Alachua County Commission that the $160 million woald
and possible candidate for theories" on reorgan'n' tlol\. FPSC decided Tuesday to still not meet the needs of the
small ones affected by the mer Sid Shuford, operator' of Shuford's Standard Oil Servlc
the U. S. Senate was chargedby : Shaw acknowledged: that The proposal continued by grant Public D:fen :ler R. A. state's vo-techeenters, universities -
ger.Attitude Shaw with dictatorial:: tactics Florida citIzens' m'RT.t' be Justifiably Station al Walnut Street and Temple Avenue In south Starke
and
at the convention saying that If the change were (Buzzy) Green Jr.'s requestfor colleges. They saya
"that made the last session upset by the way the receives the Bradford Improvement Award for September total of $443.9 million will
seemed to be, Bryan said that approved, the n"w set-uo a salary of $27,000 annually
the people in the 42 counties of the Florida legislatureone salary issue was handled. He "would certainly provide better from the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce. Chamber -the same as State Attorney be needed for capital outlay if
affected should be allowed to of the least fruitful In his- said the entire! Democratic service, at least a one day bet Manager John buyers; makes the presentation. T E. Duncan. all the students are to be taken

choose whether or not they tory," and Gov. Kirk was accused :- membership of the House fay ter average than what Is presently Shuford earned the award according. to Bud !Mlzell, chair Green told the Commlsrion!/ care of by 1975.

want the merger. among other things, of ored a figure of less than $10.- being experienced." man of the Improvement award committee, by landscapingareas that an $8.000 supplement! Of this $36.8 million will
Bruce Scott of Lee County deviousness In connection with 000 a year for legislators and "Under the arrangementswe around his station to Improve Its appearance The above his state-set,salary of come from the federal govern-
president of the commission the highly publicized salary that the Republican membershad hope to have" Starke woull: $19.000 Is legal.Commissioner. ment; $27 million from student>
ers association said: The bill hike voted for the legislators. teen led to' believe by Gov. be given better service than Is station Is one of the first things a person sees about Starke : Ralph Cell art fees; $21.6 million from license -
does not provide for a careful Shaw said he had vigorously Kirk that they should! have presently being provided Meloy when driving Into the town from US-301 south, Mizell pointedout. raid he t had asked for opinions tag fees; $900,000 from
study of the consolidationof fought state governmental re- bond surplus funds and $160W.MIIAM
'(Continued on iPace (Pour) aid. Continued on Face Four)
counties therefore great wHl KA provided tf the
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harm might be brought about # constitution: ;; amendment; is

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have to be provided: { by the! 1970

1: Reception 1: Legislature.Here .
::? To Meet The New :::: How Starke Electric Rates CompareEditor's is how the millions will

:'ij:;;Chamber of Commerce ::1:: be_spent_ $175.1: million for construction

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$lii:::1 John Myers :i::1 fourth( and final Note article: This In a Is ser the 500 KWH KWH("typical, 750 for KWH lighting and 1.000 appliances $9.88 500 KWH for 250$21.13 KWH for; 7505KWIl $14.74 KWH; for$10.73 750 for KWH 500 and KWH$18.73; same rates paid by all residents and $20.55 for 1,000 KWH. Florida sity In Miami International, and the Univer-Univer-
; who
e ; purchase from Flo-
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:; ies Jacksonville, (which producesits in Jacksonville
comparing the operation of of North Florida -
I::: And His FamilyI ;::: refrigeration cookIng and $26.75 for 1,000 KWH. for 1,000 KWH. These are the rida Power and Light. sity
the electrical system of the own power) charges: $1 for and to finance med-
:: :::: i and water heating), Now let's look at the four ,
City of Starke with towns of The City of Chattihoochee 21 KWH (minimum); 4.55: for at the Universityof
centers
ical
::: At The Home Of :::: First let's look again at the other cities with which we have
similar size. This article compares rates charged those who pur- Starke in this ser Pistol Weilding purchases power and then sellsit 100 KWH; $7.22 for 250 KWH; South Florida at Tampa and
g Mrs. Loyree Lanier ::1 electric rates only not chase electricity from the city ies.compare Sebrlng and St. Cloud like to Its residents. They pay: $11.25 for 500 KWH; $15 for the University of Florida. In
;11;j Sunday. Oct. 5 [: entire utility charges for sev- of Starke: $1.50 for 15 KWH Starke own their power plants. Thief Steals ill 1.i0 for 30 KWH (minimum)) 750 KWH; and $18.38 for 1,000 Gainesville, as well as for
i::: 3 to 7 P.M. :ifI. :r: eral towns comparable to (minimum); $6.50 for 100 KWH: Live Oak residents purchasepower $5 for 100 KWH; M.25:. fpr KWIl. expansion at other Institutions.
Starke.In from Florida Power; Station's CashA 250 KWH; $12 for 500 KWH; Junior Colleges:
and Light Co. Chattahoocheeresidents $15.75: 'or 750 KWH; and $19.50for Gainesville (It. too producesits -_ $143.2 million for the bro-

I. Don't: Forget ::1 this series of articles we Chicken Boxes purchase power from 1,000 KWH. own power) charges: $2.10 chures say that six junior col-
have said that Starke's elect- the man In his early: 20's walk- for 30 KWH (minimum}; $5.20 cent of the
the city which buys power with 15 per
::r: Shrine Club ::::: To Be Sold The following Is the cost of for 100 KWH $9.05 for 250 leges
f ric rates :are high. The quest- from Southeastern Power Administration ed into the ssaltest Station on electricity In other towns and ; total junior college enrollmentare
111 Harvest Ball Ion is--how high--or how much By Junior Club and Florida Po- .south Temple !Avenue, held a cities which are near Starke. $16.85 KWH; for$13.10 750 for KWH:500 KWH and; now operating entirely in

.r higher than others. wer Corporation. pistol on Manager Jack Wiley All of these figures will come $20.60 for KWH. ; temporary quarters In Alachua
:: Sat.. Oct. 11 This the last article will The Starke Junior Woman's Sebring residents pay: $1.50 and walked out with $67.2 la from the FPC booklet for 1968 1,000 Duval Highlands, Seminole I
::: r: compare l' sid ntl\1: electric Club will sell chicken box: for IS KWH (minimum); $6.75 cash at 12:50: a.m. Tuesday. with the exception of Clay E- Residents Hlllsborough and Orange Coun-
Palatka purchase
rates in other Florida cities lunches In front of the Phillips for 100 KWH; $10.13 for 250 The thief put the money In a lectric Cooperative Inc., Florida: Power and Light ties.
111{:=rhie Space Contributed' as reported by the Federal 66 bulk plant on U. S. 301 South KWH; $14.50 for 500 KWH; !bag from Eagle's Army-Navy with the exception of Clay Electric and from pay the: same; rates as the __ $36.3 million for vo-tech
;, Power Commission for 1968. from 10 a.m. until 11 p.m. Sat- $18.88 for 750 KWH; and $23.25 Store left the station, walked obtained by calling that residents of Live Oak. centers. "Facilities are bad-
: Weekly to Publicize *:: This report gives the mini- urday, Oct. 4. for 1,000 KWH. ,around the back and headed office. ly needed In existing centers to

f 1 Community Event. by mum bill for a month the cost The lunches will contain one- St. Cloud residents pay: $1.10 south back of Dowllng's Fruit Green Cove Springs: This city Increase the number of ocd ?
f of 100 KWH (Odlowatt hours) quarter chicken' baked beans for 17 KWH (minimum);; $4.70 Stand according to Deputy Clay Electric Cooperative, purchases electricity from the ational offerings and to pro-
r The for 100 KWH; $8.75 for 250 Inc., which purchases power vide for library guidance,heal-
Community which the FPC
j saYS would be rolls. potato chips and cup Sheriff Glen Moore City; of Jacksonville and sellsit
KWH $17.25for from Florida Power and "
KWH $13 for 500 Light to
; ; vices according one pam-
1 : the "typical" amount of power cake Price Is 125. The robber was described: as to its residents for the following -
State Bank 1, 750 KWH; and $21.50 for Company and from Florida Power phlet. It continues by saying
neede d for )lighting small Everyone Is invited to stop white male about 5.8", weight rates: $2 for 16 KWH
1 Account Now Insured applicances and refrigeration; by and, buy one or several of 1,000 Live KWH.Oak residents pay Florida about 145 pounds ,with blond or Corporation: $2.50 for 25 charges KWH (mI-residents (minimum): $6.12 for 100 KWH: plet. It continues by saying,

L 1: Up to $15,000 by:4rdfi :: the cost of 250 KWH ("typical" the delicious lunches which are Power and Light: $1.10 reddish colored hair. nimum): $5.73 for 100 KWH; $9.32 for 250 KWH; $14.32 for "Additional In centers are needed
. ::" for lighting applicances re- sold by the Junior Club to sup for 20 KWH (minimum); $3.69 Investigation of the rcbberyis $9.14 for 250 KWH $12.94 for 500 KWH; $19.32 for 750 KWH; counties of large and
!::::; : : : : ;:;5;:::i:;:;:'r::;:;:;:;;:;:;:;;::::;:;;:;:: frigeration and cooking) port various projects. ; for 1.000 KWH rapidly expanding population."
continuing and
and. for 100 KWH; $6.73 for 250 500 KWH; $16.75 for 750 KWH; $24.32








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r & 0 r r 0 & 0 &*F* *r r iF & r 0 0 0 0 & 0P 0 0 0 0 0 Rebecca S. Thompson Weds Mr. CurranIn East Coast Deanery
BPW Club Plans

Interest To., Columbia, S. C. Catholic CeremonyMiss Rummage Sale Board Meeting

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Held In Starke
: Rebecca Sue Thompson For NovemberPlans

WOMEN 'became the bride of Thomas Sixty-Uiree women from Jacksonville -
Nicholas Curran, at 4 p.m. .ti for a rummage sale fair' St. Augustine Gaines-
Saturday In St. Peter's Catholic benefit of the Scholarship Fund ville, Palatka, and Starke attended -
Church in Columbia. S. C. with were completed at a recent : the fall board meeting

.. GJacly.Mooiy! : Phone 964-7608' Mssr. W. J. Crogihan cfflcla- meetii of the Starke BPW of the East Coast Deanery on
Club at the home of Mrs. C.S.
24 at the Holiday
rtr September
ting.The bride Is the daughter of Haddock. The sale will be held
.
In Stal'ke.The
Garden CluUMembers r Saturday, Nov. 8. Inn
Mr and Mrs. Henry Aubrey president! 'Mrs. Joseph
L- Carter of Columbia, and the Business Women's Week will
SeeDemonstration of Mr. be observed starting October, Gissy, president, with Father
bridegroom is the son
Father Robert
and dinner Edward Kirby a will be held hon-
and Mrs. Raymond J Curranof
oring the local Business Kincaid moderating. Theprogram
Woman
? Bangor, Maine. She Is the
of the Year. was presented by the
Club met of Mrs. R. S.
The Starke Garden granddaughter
.,
The club voted unanimously Church Communities Commission -
of last and the late J tr,5it r
afternoon Rosier of Lawtey
Wednesday
.
to pledge $100 toward pur- under the direction of Mrs.John
week at the home of Mrs. R. Mr. Rosier. chasing the Parks
property on Coyle.
F. Young for a demonstrationon Given In marriage by !her N. Walnut Street as a location Martha, Sue McCain Plans for the fall Deanery
air layering of plants. step-fa her. Henry A. Carter, for the proposed new library meeting .were announced for
Other methods of plant pro- the bride wore a gown, of satin for Starke and surrounding Attends Two October 23 at Ramada Inn in
and the advantagesof de sole and Chantllly
peau
pogatlon communities.
State Jacksonville, with St. Matthew'sGuild
each were explained by Mrs. lace, fashioned by her mother. The District 3 meeting of the MeetingsMiss host.
Young, horticulture chairman. The A-line gown was appllqued Florida Federation BPW as
After the demonstration, club with lace motifs encrusted with. held in Starke on Sunday was Martha Sue McCain, of All affiliations were urgedto
members prepared azalea seed pearls and featured a Sept. 28, presided over by the Starke. president of the Florida enter the Shrine Contest
Assoclaton of: Extension Home which carries the theme of .
plants with sphagnum moss Chantilly .lace bodice and newly elected District Director : .
:' and tagged them to note their sleeves accented with scallops.Her Mrs. Virginia( Souder. Fif Economics Agents, attended a "Love.
} f progress.Mrs. cathedral train, was of ty-five; members from the district recent conference and electionof
ire Young also told mem- Chantllly lace. a attended. Mrs. Dorothy new officers for the organization Change Of Hours
bers what to plant in October Her veil of Illusion fell froma wintermute, second vice presi- in Panama City Miss
and which bulbs needed separ- filigree! of seed pearls. She dent of the Florida Federation, McCain, Bradford County ex- For ReceptionMembers
ftt ating and storing for winter. carried a prayer book with a was the main speaker..CorreCtion Itengion home bcdrbmlst\ ia

+ Following the program, the cascade of carnations centered completing her first term as
business meeting was conducted with an orchid. 4v'd f state president of the group. of St. Edwards
y 5 by the president Mrs. L. L. :Miss Peggy Lee Thompson Miss McCain also attended parish will note the change of

Fullwood. Plans were made \sister of the bride, served as The headline on a social Item the' Florida Association of hours In the welcoming! jcceptlon -
for members to attend the District maid of honor. Bridal attend- In last week's Telegraph should County Commissioners'! meeting for Father Kincaid on Sun.
r conference In Ocala In ants were Miss Pamela Eliza- have read "Lois Louise Jern- in Miami last week where she day In the Parish Hall. The
October. beth Love, Miss Mary Helen Igan, Theodore Alan Bryan appeared' on the Friday program new hours are from 5 to 7 Instead .

Mrs. L. V. Hardin program McLean and Mrs Donald J. Exchange Vows 4n Gainesville from 7 to 9 p.m., as
chairman announced that at Koon all of Columbia.The s Ceremony." Through an error previously announced.

the October meeting Mrs. brldesmads wore formal +8 c_ In writing the headline, the Mrs. V. V. Hazen was In .
Barbara Ann Baldree Becomes Bride Young will show slides and gowns of maize sleeveless geor New England states, the couple name of the bridegroom's fath- Tlfton, Ga. last week visiting hall Mr.of andM's.Apalachicola Dwight Mars-
plants brought back from an gette. The empire bodice was will reside in New Rochelle er was used in the headline instead Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlongand visited Mr.
Of Ralph Bradley In Gadara ChurchMiss orchid gathering' tour In Nicar- fashioned with a scooned neck- N. y. of the ,bridegroom. family. and Mrs. Ben Rowland on Tues
agua this summer. The meetingwill line 'and enhanced with a dou- day.
Barbara Ann Baldree, They wore mint green chiffon be held at the home of ble bow. The V-neck back was
of Mr. and Mrs. BobbyD. over mint taffeta,
daught gowns green Mrs. Maxle Carter Sr. designed with a large collar
Baldree of Green Cove featuring a lace empire bodice,
finished with a small bow. The
and Earl Brad- sleeves and back I-
Ralph short
Springs puffed OCTOBER
full flowing skirt fell in sweepIng -
Bradley of Orang Park, were sash. Their short mint green F
united in marriage on Sept 12 veils were attached to velvet soft folds. They wore
at 7:30 p.m. in Gadara Bap. bows. They carried pink and matching: headpieces of geor-
tist Church at McRae. Rev white carnation nosegays. gette and nylon tulle and carried -

Leamon Ward performed thi Donna Sue Baldree, sister of long stemmed bronze chry-

double ring ceremony. the bride! and Audray Bradley, santhemums featuring bronze
The altar was decorated with sister of Cia groom attendedas and yellow velvet streamers.
baskets of pink and white mums, flower girls in gowns Iden- II-!!! Raymond J. Curran. Jr. of I I'
gladioli and carnations againsta tical to those of the bridal at- Bangor was his brother's best
background of branched can- tendants. man. Ushergroomsmen were
delabra with burning white ta- The bride given la marriageby David Michael Jones and James It's bargain month all month at Carps.
father silk Richard Jones cousins of
her wore a
pers. ._; ,
Watch sale
__ for our super items
Miss Janice Weeks, organist, organza gown poised over lay- the bride, and Thomas John every
and Miss Frances Powelt, soloist ered net and bridal taffeta,fea- Donohue all of Columbia. / "* week and save!
presented a program of turing an empire bodice and After 'a wedding trip to the ,
nuptial music. fitted lace sleeves that taperedto lto
Robert J. Baldree attendedas the wrists. Secrued to the 1i( BIG SALE SAVING!
Barbecue SupperFor ; ,
best man, and ushers were back was a flat Dior bow witha
Richard Baldree, brother of the circular organza train decorated Mrs. Elena Bowen Young PeopleOf -

bride, and Larry Carter. with reembrolderedlace Weds Mr. ColburnIn _
Mrs. Linda Baldree servedas and iridescent sequins. I 1st Baptist -'; -2--2.f : :
matron of honor. She worea Her only ornament was a white Alabama ".. ; \ .: LADIES 100% NYLON

white silk chiffon gown over gold cross necklace.Her shoul- ,. }
mint green taffeta with a lace der length veil of illusion was Mrs. George PrIvett announces Members of the Young Pea
empire bodice, short puffed attached to a tiara of seed the marriage of !her mother ple's department of the First
sleeves and back sash. Her pearls and Illusion petals.A Mrs Elena Bowen of Baptist Church were entertained L ; ) ((4 f STRETCH
mint green veil was secured to reception was held in the (Lawtey, to Ernest Colburn of with a "back-to-school" bar- J|
a velvet bow. She carried a church annex which was decor- Detroit Ala. becue chicken supper last
pink and white carnation nose- ated with arrangements of pink The wedding was performed Thursday night at the home of
gay with matching streamers. and white carnations. Standing their Sunday school teacher,
Iby the Rev. Bill !Pike on/ Sept. *
Cheryl Baldree and Elizabeth In the receiveing line were Mrs. Randal
Chitty, on Searing
20 at 6 'at the home of
Mosley, cousins of the bride, the bride and groom, thel parents p.m. Street. \ PANTS
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas In
and attendant.-
attended as bridal attendants. Picnic tables and serving \
The bride's! table was covered Haleyville. Aa.
tables were set up on the patioIn ;
with a white cutwork cloth and The bride was given in marriage the back yard. )
Can held a five-tiered wedding cake, by her son, a&bert Bowenof Enjoying the occasion with / ,
Silver candelabra, holding pink )
you held a five-tiered cake. Starke. the young people were Rev. '' $4.99 value
wedding
eat dl day Silver candelabra, holding! pink The bride chose for her wedd and Mrs. W. A. Hogan; Mr. FRUIT Of
Ing a pink lace ensemble with and Mrs. Gene 'Shaw, and Ned '
pink carnations
and
: fern. Mrs.
LOOM
and still lose Delma Smith cut the bride'scake. white accessories. Cuey, teachers; Mrs. Charles THE $497Sale
Mrs. George Prlvett attendedher Darby department superin-

weight? Mrs. Dianne Harper kept the mother as matron of ho tendent; Jimmy Crosby. Sun- BLANKETS
bride's book. nor day school superintendent; and MM.
Mr. and Mrs. THER
Donald Rardon.
Mrs. Lucille Powell presidedat
the punch table which held Jim Evans, brother of the Assisting In preparing for and \
bride served best :' serving the 24 reg.
an arrangement of pink and as man guests were Mrs. our
white mums and carnations,and A reception immediately followed Darby and Mrs. Rardon. $3.99
silver candelabra with pink ta- the wedding at the Tho.nias Sine
pers. Assisting in serving were home. The bride's table
Mrs. Esther was covered with an ''antique
Mosley, aunt of Duplicate Bridge
VfeightAfafchersGis : the bride, and Mrs. Hope white lace cloth, centered: witha strip es in ray No buttons no zippers, just pull them
Plemmons. tiered wedding cake. Winners Named of solidsaa wamthongolyester. Resists on they stretch with you and never
Choice maximum wash'higshedding
coming.At After a wedding trip to South Serving punch and cake were Ir bed, lose their shape. Fine gauge super-soft
Florida the couple will resideIn Mrs. Robert Bowen Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. John Musso- end pilling.12x90" tits twin or full knit nylon permanent stitched front

least.Keystone Green Cove Springs. Evans, Mrs. Kay Evans, !Mrs. line were east-wast winnersat able last colas. crease, completely washable in new
The bride is a 1968 piurinateof J. R, Thomas and daughter, the Starke Duplicate Bridge ., rMy pastels and darks. 818.

Heights Clay High School and is em- Olean, and Miss Linda Colburn, Club Tuesday night with a-
St. Anne's Parish House ployed WIth Business Efficiency: daughter of Mr. Colburn. score of 37V4. Mrs. J. "W. Ritch JUNIOR BOYS 37LACKS

Tues., Oct. 7, 7 P.M. Aids H Green Cove Springs.The The couple will reside on and Mrs. Harry Mooty' were
Ph. 473.3163.473.3151 groom, Is a 1967 grad- Route One, Detroit, Ala.. second with 31.Northsouth SHIRTS
uate of Orange Park High winners were .,

School, Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. and Mrs. Permanent: press corduroy
George Miller with a score of r. 5' slacks; no-iron sport VOIU8S I tO $
Kl BBB H HBBBBHBBl l BB BHS lBBHB H
3
39. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwill- ', f t;'. ,: shirts; or knit! shirts.! Big $2.99BOYS ior 5
agar were second: with 37V4. :{: r -, .,\.... .', selection big! saving!
Fish
City & Meat Market Overall winners were Mr. and /. ,J4ttr.//!... '''!.', ..' ...
Mrs. Mussoline. / :'.':<, _
The weakly tournaments are -
Under New Management open to the public and lesson- F WOOL
review at 7 p.m. each Tuesdayin -'

Open 8 AM 10 PM, Tues. Thru Sun. Closed Mondays the Pratt Street Recreation (. v' 'PLAID CPO SHIRTS
Center. The first round of du- :

plicate play starts at 745.:
SPECIALS -- FRI., SAT., SUN. PLUSHRUGS $5.99 value


Woman's ClUb .300 r $

To Meet Oct. 8 reg. S a\e\ ......S
Smoked lb. 69c : .......
Sausage $3.9 S S8$ 21US"S

John Myers exeeulve directorof Sale\ ......... a I e 4 j
the Chamber of Commerce, $ .:;.......
will be the speaker when the S\ 000 4X6.
Sale\ ......
Starke Woman's Club holds its ile
.
...
Fryers lb. 39c Mullet lb. 29c first meeting of the season at $11.99. fortrel I polyester colorsblend '
,3:30: p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 8. nylOn back. ChOice i of decoratOr style, sale I Finely made of wool blend and imported
tlfnon-s id \
The program is under the di- puler"Patricis' from Italy. Authentic anchor buttons
rection of Mrs. Gladys Canova This \s\ our most fOPu) 1 Jlong tails. 2 pockets wear as shirt or
public affairs chairman. priced for 3 days Jacket. Choice of colors sizes S-L.

Pork 7.9e Weiners lb. SSe Hostesses for the October
Chops meeting will be Mrs. Guy An-

drews, Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs.
T. C. Hazen.: Mrs. Edward
MEN! YOUR CHOICE SALE
Burns, Mrs. Freeman Reglsiter: :
3 DOZEN Sr., Mrs. M. A. Payne, Mrs. y
Jewell Noegel, and Mrs. L. H. 4
LARGE EGGS $1 25 Gibson. $2.99 value $ .

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300 Can Starke, Florida 32091 Special'purchase of long Sanforized cotton flannel ,J i', +
sleeve knits in no-iron in smart Fall colored

"Savet': Early June PEAS Second class postage paId Acrilan acrylic. Stripes plaids. Long sleeve '
13 C at Starke Florida.SublCrlpUon or solids with ring neck long tail 2-pockets a :
rl
"Savet" Black-eyed PEAS Rates trim. Sizes S-C. whale of a buy at $2. r
... Sizes S-XL. ,
'in trade area: $3.COper e
year; $2.75.1x months.
Your Patronage AppreciatedPAGE Outside trade area: $a.50

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I PTA Plans Set Set Saturday \ i
p l I
$011mnu
Starke Shrine Club's annual ''ij
Fewer meetings and stimulating Harvest Ball will be !held from
l programs are plannedto W iinand

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Association by
Music will be provided by:
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Miss Madge Middleton and the Starke Elementary PTA John Jelenek's Orchestra, the :;*:.
had as visitors from Jacksonville Mrs. Ruth Frazier attended the Executive Board. for '; ::
which played
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Her- District Four Retired Teachers Only four meetings have been same group :::
long on Saturday and Mr. and Association luncheon in Gainesville scheduled for the school year. the dance last year. cj:;.::.' .
Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer and Saturday. Meeting dates are October 7 Donations are $5 a couple. I m f I >
with proceeds being used to 2r::::
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Mr and Mrs. Jlnu Iy'Smlthon (next Tuesday December ,
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Sunday. Don't forget Starke Shrine February 3, and May 5, according support the Shrlner's projects. :r: ::
Club Harvest Ball, Saturday to Mrs. Joann Patray .:.:


weeks Glerwllle returned Sen. at and their last S.Mrs._ C.Friday summer Charley from home Johns three In Oct.Dublin 11. ,and new, Ga.Mrs.Starke are Cecil visiting Armory.Mr. Waltersof Mrs.. program drugs parents Influence Topics and can chairman.of suggested teenagers television do about and and Include them what mo-, 2 List Barbara On At Dean's S.FSU Barksdale and "I : lat' 'won' t give L u'p.

'
Guests of Mr. and Mrs.Frank weeks.W. H. Holland for several vies, need for a juvenile shel- Bonnie L. Oraudon of Starke ::: r : .: : ::
:
ter In Bradford County were among the students at }:
Cruce spec- j
were their sons, Sgt and Edward H. Hall entered RIverside :
who
ial problems of schools In Florida State University : 3L
Mrs. W. Q. Cruce Hospital Monday for
and family. low Income areas, religion In made the lean's! list for the ::: }
Sgt. Cruce was enroute from surgery. schools, education legislation, summer quarter. ::

Also Washington Sgt. and to Mrs.duty M.overseas.L.Cruce Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth and and purposes and problems of The list was achieved by: 15 ::
and daughters of family of Tampa will be week- schools. per cent of the undergraduates ::
Augusta Ga., :
and Mrs. Chairmen of standing com- who attended the summer ses ::::
Miss end guests of Mr.
Faye Cruce, and Mr. and
mittees are: Mrs. Joan Chit- :i1;
sion. :
Struth.
Mrs. T. K. Merrill f ,
and
Linzy son. .
Mrs. S. M. Simmons of Rich- ty, refreshments; Mrs. Gwen Grade requirements for the :. 1
Mrs. H. G. Merow of 'lampa mond, Va. and Fort Lauderdale Moxley telephone; Mrs. Sara list vary among the different a
will visit her son-in-law and spent Friday to Wednesday with Torode, health; Mrs. Gladys schools and colleges of the x SJ
daughter Mr.'and Mrs. Mer- her aunt, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Pierce clothing, and Mrs. Ruth University, from a 3.5 average : .r?
rill Edwards, on Sunday and Mrs. Pearl Booker of DelandIs Reynolds devotional.The (4.0 Is a stralght-A) required :.
also attend the Kelly family visiting Mrs. George Roberts annual Halloween Carnival In the School reunion In rooker.Mr.and Is scheduled Friday Octo-
Sr. College Arts and Sctence
or
ber 31.Mr.
Mrs. Chalres Fieldsof to a 3.0 In the Schools of Music
SK/3 Jack Carter of Norfolk and Business.Southside We have
Mrs
Jacksonville visited selection
Va. was home for the weekend. :I a
r. H. Fields on Sunday. Friends of Mrs. F. F. Stump PTA '' great I

Mrs. L. A. Weekly of Ocalt will regret to learn that she r '!J" t
To Meet TuesdayThe
and Mrs. Myrtle Dendy 01 received a broken hip In a
Jacksonville visitors fall at home on Monday. She
were Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. underwent surgery Tuesday In SouthsWe ElementaryPTA
Haves. the Alachua General Hospital and Mrs. Elzle Sanders, will holl: Its first meet- of !
Miss Judy Whitehead has entered 3f Starke announce the birth ing of the school year Tuesday one owner cars
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland St. Vincent's Hospital of a son Benjamin Eric, on nlirht. Oct. 7, In the cafeteria.The .
spent Sunday at Cedar Key. school of Nursing in Jackson- Sept. 28 in Alachua General Board of Directors will
Mr. and Mrs. Linton Taylorand ville. Hospital. meet at 7 p.m. and the entire
daughter of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. David G. Scottof membership at 70.:
visited Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Decatur Ga. will arrive Bradford County Hospital an The program will be devotedto
Williams on Sunday.Mr. this weekend for ten days visit nounces .the following births: parent and teachers get-
with their son-in-law and !Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. LeachJr. ting acquainted.
and Mrs. W. R. Richardson daughter Dr. and Mrs. O.L.
were In Fort Pierce last Haynes Jr. They will be ac- Sept.., a 14.son John Everett Chad, }I 1964 JEEP-4 WHEEL DRIVE I
and Friday on busi- \
Thursday companlal by their daughter ,
"Mrs. Betty Fromhagen and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Oral Stanley 5 Rules Given \
ness.Mr. Tanner. Lawtey, a daughter, v -
dren who will spend the week- For Safe Use
and Mrs. Ed Jordan and end. Reba Elizabeth, Sept. 27.
Harold Godwin of Ovieda, and Mr. and: Mrs. David Alex Of Pesticides 1j: t'n (' p\- 3 SPEED TRANSMISSION 11
Miss Jean LeGear of Winter Barnes, Starke, a son David '
Mrs. Tyler Jones and Mr. 795
Park were last Wednesday and and Mrs. Roy Shaw of-Valdosta Alan, Sept. 27. ';The hazard create!' by a *ti ) RUNS GOOD MI
Thursday visitors of Mrs. Car- Ga. visited Callaway Gardens, Mr. and Mrs. Ace J. Hodge, :pesticide may depend aj muchon
rie Ritch and Miss Annie Dar- Ga. and the North Georgia Starke a daughter, Sept. 28. the way It Is used as on its
by. mountains last week. toxicity" an entomologist said

Mrs. Keith Gilllngham and !here recently.He I
Don't forget Starke Shrine children of Tampa spent the advised the following precautions I
Club Harvest Ball, Saturday past two weeks with her parents r in handling:: pesticides: $ 1967 Chevrolet $3995 1969 Oldsmobile
$1995 -
Oct. 11, new Starke Armory. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. 1. Always read the label. |
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsand 2. Apply rwstlclcte: correctly
Local admittances to Bradford family of Maitland werevisiting Mrs. Eva Feagle of Jacksonville 'and carefully. m 1m Impala 2 Door Hardtop V-S Engine Automatic Vista: Cruiser Station Wagon 3 Seats Air ;t:>:

County Hospital this week) Mr. and Mrs. Garl and Mrs. Lillian Jacksonof 3. Never allow pesticide to ::::;::: Trans. Air Cond't Vinyl Top Radio Conditioned. Power Steering and Brakes @
Include: Mrs. Alice Meriwe- Mathews on Sunday.Don't Palatka were visiting contaminate food or anything Heater Tilt Steering Wheel Power Steering Tinted (,lass y-8 Engine Automatic TI ans.
::j:1:1:: and -
ther, Keystone Heights; infant friends here on Sunday. that will come In contact with Stereo Tape I Player Luggage Carrier Low
Randal Gllsson Hampton ;::::::: and Power Brakes Extra Nice Car.
; forget Starke Shrine
Mrs. B.
Mr. and W. Thompson food.
Frank Cruce, Lawtey Mrs. :::::1 Mileage One Owner Local Car. ::: :
; Club Harvest Bail! Saturday, Jr. attended the graduationof 4. Store pesticide safely.
Clara Crews, Raiford; See- Oct. 11, new Starke Armory. the!r son, Ensign Don Thompson 5. Safely dispose of the emp 1966 Chevrolet
ber K. Forsyth. Gainesville; at the Navy Air Command ty container.The II $1695 I.
Mrs. Polly B. Johns, Mrs.Sara School in Pensacola on $1195 .1966 Dodge % Ton
Horton, and Mrs. Ella Kerce, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Devoe entcmologist Emmet
then went to
Lake Butler; Mrs. Margaret spent the weekend at St. Aiw- Sept.Tulsa,12.Okla.They to visit Mr.on and Champion of the National :::::::: Caprice 4 Dcor Hardtop V-8 Engine Power : :::::

Shaughnessy, Melrose; RonaldW. ustine. Mrs. R. C. Thompson for a Sanitation Institute! in Atlanta m1; Steering and Power Brakes Air Conditioned Pick Up Six Cylinder Standard Transmission Mjrj
Johns, Will Mrs. Ga., male: hU! recommendationsto .
C. Harris Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. Automatic Trans. Real Clean Car. Solid White Huns Good. :
Fannie Morris, Mrs. Zella Mark Mack of Lake City vlsltec week.Mr. an audience: of food proces :::
Johns, Mrs. Lucy Geiger, Sherry Mrs. Thomas B. Mack at the and Mrs. T. J. Forsythand sors attanulng a short courseon
Lynn Solze, Alfred E. Gils- West Orange Hospital In WIn- son, Tommy, and Mrs.0.E. manufacturing and sanitation I $1995 -1967 Ford Galaxie 1967 Chevrolet I r
son. Clarence Hindman, Miss ter Garden last Thursday. Forsyth have returned from two at the University of Florida $1795 -
Marilyn L. Lizenbee, Mrs. weeks vacation in Missouri and September 15-18. Ha was
Maggie Tomlinson, Tom Harris Mike Lawson, 8, son of Mr. the Smoky Mowl lns. talking about pesticide safetyIn ::::i::: 500 2 Door Hardtop V-8 Engine Automatic :::::;::
and Carlton T. McManus and Mrs. Henry Lawson received Mr. and Mrs. John Greene food plants, but his advice ff:::*:: Transmission Power Steering Air Conditioned Bel-Air 4 Poor Sedan V-8 Engine Power ::::::

Starke. a broken wrist Sunday have had as visitors, Mr. and could apply equally well to :.:..:}:.':.:.?:.:. Vinyl Interior Radio and Heater Local: one Steering Air .('(;'ndltioned Tinted Windshield: .::.:.:::.::::.::::.
when thrown from a pony at Mrs. W. O. Lambert of New pesticide safety ;around the ::: Owner Car. Light I! Green Color.I ::1:::
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.Stanley their home. Port, Fla. from Wednesday to home. :: : __ ;:

weekend Crawford Wllkerson,,Mrs.were of Lawtey Mildred Mrs.this Thrift Amos past and Robin Mrs.Pearce Frank, Pearce son of, Mr.underwent Sunday Orange. and Park Miss over Ann the Lambertof weekend tance Champion of selecting stressed the the Impor-right I $290 1961 Falcon Wagon $895 1 19 6 4 Chevelle I

and the Crawford children all eye surgery Tuesday pesticide for the right Job
of Mac.:liany. In St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. II. M. Richarde, Mrs.E. ''and applying it in the right
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown- K. Perryman, and Mrs. An- amount. "Psstlcldes: are like : 1:;?: Six Cylinder : Standard Trans. Luggage Rack Malibu 2 Seat Station Wagon Six Cylinder :::
Don't forget Starke Shrine Ing and children and Mr. and nie R. Norman, of Jacksonville, a lot of other things Champion i:1:1:: :: Real Good! Tires Will !Make a Rood 2nd Car. .1 Door Automatic Trans. ::1:::1::
Theodore Rosier of Rai- returned last Thursday after said. "They're dangerous
Club Harvest Ball, Saturday, ford Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack nine days visit with friends and If you don't know what you're Im
Oct. 11, new Starke Armory. Cason at Ormond Beach on relatives in Hendersonville and ,doing." I $189 19 61 Chevrolet -1967 vw I
Sedan
Sunday. Charlotte N. C, and Green- Pesticides should be used in $1295
Mr. and Mrs.Michael O'Brienand ville S. C.
Don't forget Slarke Shrine conjunction with a good sanitation 1 1 Pick Up Six: Cyl. Standard Trans. Heater. : t
children spent the weekend Mrs. E. R. Moore Lompoc, to(
with Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Club Harvest Ball, Saturday.Oct. Calif. Is visiting her brother- program, according have :::::;:: Good Clean and Economical Transportation. ::::;:::
"All pesticides
Mr. and Mrs. T. H.Slade, while 11 new Starke Armory. in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. limitations Champion.," he said. By deny \ 1968 Oldsmobile :t
enroute from Ifagerstown, Md. M. B. Jordan, this week. 1 j $3495
food
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusonwere ing insects and: rodents < Chevrolet
to Fort 1 9 6 1 1a
Lauderdale whev ... :
will they weekend guests of Mr. and shelter, he suggested, the ::::: $390 ::::::
reside. and Mrs. Charles Meister In Mrs. Jessie Chastaln and Job left for pesticides remains 111j ; "98"I, 2 Door Hardtop Has all the extras that : f1


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1 01 111i tains and Chapel Hill, Tenn.
I t:! 1111j ; AIC Ardel Brannen of Ran- / SCHEDULE q
; j dolph AFB, San Antonio, TexasIs CATHOLIC ChurchesST.

|1j 3 The Supervisor of Election's office | his home parents Brannen.on,ten Mr.days and leave Mrs.with Raleigh Sunday. EDWARD'S Mass, 8 Starke a.m.: and I 1966 Chevrolet Impala I'


|11 will be open Saturday October 4. .111N |:.: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holmesof Thursday 9:13: a.m.;Mass, 6:30: p.m. I 1r11 2 Door Hardtop V-8 Engine Automatic J 1::
Lake Butler were weekend

I. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m for Registra1111 8 guests taln. of Mrs. Jessie Chas- Saturday Miraculous 7 Medal p.m. Novena.: m:* mission Power Steering Power Brakes Trans$13 95 :


I-11 tion for the November 4 Special Elec- |::; EnsUrn and Mrs. Don Thompson .ST. WILLIAM'S. KeystopeHeights. asII i ter White Sidwall Ties. f:1:

;1 of Pensacola spent last
tion. Sunday. Mace, 9
a.m.
P I ::
week with his parents, Mr. '
Wetnesday Mass It Novena,

|;1. BOOKS CLOSE AT 5 P.M. | Mr.and Mrs.Mrs.and H. Mrs.W.M. Rlchare B.Lyle Thompson.Buck visited in ST.7 p.m.MARY'S, } Come in and see one of our courteous ,

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PlanApproved County Can Amend Special Acts One of will the be most that the mem- don't look much different, but
changes
J.v] ;; Charges;; ; SbJiz d.Kik..lll; $f bers will be appointed by the they certainly make the old

} Under Home Rule, Officials ToldUnder County; Commission instead of family sedan look a lot worse

the governor the Bradford .

By wrN ,Y With Dictatorial Devious Tactics* IMMM ml. counties can Clay County; is presently preparing commissioner: : told. There is a certain amountof

amend existing spelcal acts a law for replacementof *. friction in the modern mar

Officials (Continued Fran Page One) passed for one particular county its special development authority la the pool of Democratic riage when the husband real-
18000. [vouchers. There might; be ; by the state Legislature, ; act, Bryan said he learned possibilities for 1972. the big izes his wife has more credit
who will to abuse the County; Commissioner Ralph gest fish at the moment cards than he does.
The Republicans retreated to ,some try from the Clay County; attorney.
.
(Continued, Tram (Peg pre) allowances but theywon.t Bryan had It was lroedlast :seems to be a Muskle.
a $15.000 figure however, and expense -
parimutual racing last because all week at the. annual meeting of
get be diva with the House Democrats long
rida the funds would holding out for $10.000, the vouchers will !be audited), Shaw the Florida Association of
ded equally between the 67 coun members were pressured. into declared. County; Commissioners.

ties. U the large counties voting for 'the $12 000 compromise Although Gov. Kirk Is ntow That interpretation of new KktJ
went back on their promisenow. figure because Shultz sponsoring a petition trying toplac law granting home rule to coun- FRIDAY
Stone indicated their ties was given by a panel. of 1601
the Issue of legislative
would otherwise have held up noted attorneys and officials .
be good
word would never action on all other business\ ," .salaries before the people for during a session devoted to .N. TEMPLE OCTOBER'
again. Shaw said.Governor. ,a referendum vote, Shaw said,
rule at the commis-
home
is 'small county oriented -
He
the; Kirk is now "grind ,i"At no time has he offered to sioners' convention in Hollywood AVE. ONLY
and recognizes pro-
out his of. sit 'down and discus!\ the mat- kta
blems and Importance of them. ing propaganda" of the Bradford Commis- fiitd Chi
Larger counties, such as Dade flee to make It appear that he ter with legislative spokes sioner says.
have about reached their saturation New Forester favored a $6,000 figure all men." If the interpretation Is valid,
point in population, along Shaw said. Shaw said that, although he Bryan says it means that the elaartws araaaPSl a

Stone said and people are going Named ForBradfordClay Despite!. the confusion and! personally favored the $10.000 County; Commission Instead of
to start settling in the smal- "doubledealing" surround. alary figure "I diG' not feel the governor could appoint

ler, less populated counties. ing the pay raise, Shaw said, that we have! raided the treas members to such special bodies
Bryan said he got the im- "Now, for the first: time, the ury. We've Just spoiled It out as the Bradford County; SEAFOOD DINNER
pression that Sen. Stone thinksif people really know bow muchwe where everybody can see It." Hospital Board and the Brad-
the larger counties kicked Allen L. Tarleton has recent: make." He raid that under He said that for many years ford Development Authority; or
smaller ones in the teeth now, ly been assigned ''by the Divis- the former law he received $1,. there was no llm't on what Library Board. It would also 2 SHRIMP 2 OYSTERS

the time may not be far away ion of Forestry .to serve as 200 annual salary and $600 per some legislators could "haul mean the county; commission 2 SCALLOPS CRABCAKE
when the now small counties County Forester in Bradford month In "unvoucherable" ex- off," and cited postage stamp!: can amend such spelcal laws, 98 c

could retaliate and; Clay counties.In penses for a total of) $8.400 an 41'3 one area in which: flagrant as the one permitting the county 1 FISH FILLET WITH
Should Rep. Crider's conso- this, capacity! lie offers asa nually. The new scale provides abuses occurrel.: "Th y could ; to contribute money to the
lidation proposal be approvedby public service land management $12,000 In salary and $100 get as many as they wafted Chamber of Commerce.Such FRENCH FRIES

the House Committee onLo- assistance to landownersIn monthly expenses, the latter and many carried bags full amendments could be
cal 'Government this coming the counties and helps themto only upon the basis of sworn home with them," Shaw said. made, Bryan said the commis-
Monday, it will be placed on !get th3 maximum dollar re- sioners were told, as long as :THONE AHEAD 961.5126 YOUR ORDER WILL BE
the floor of the House at the turn from their woodlands. He there would be no conflict with READY
next session, according to U- works with landowners to set Green Given state laws or the Con-
nion County; Attorney Halwould Vo-Tech Future genes
up timber management plans, -

merge Malnes.the The following proposal 42 smaller assists ducts and in marketing gives advice forest pro- Salary Boost i a:*&:i:1:1;;::::!::::::::::::::::::..:.::1:1.:w.W::<::::x::.<.:<.:xc..:*::::::ili1:1:1:1:1::::::: :@m1:1m:: :::1:! :m:1:1:1:::: 1lli: ; mm1: :: :::::: ::::i1iliHii1ili m1 1i111 111111m111111M1t i11m11111m;; ::1:::1:1:1:1:1:::: 1m1 111 11 111111 11111 1j 11jj

counties into 14 larger ones: on protecting Tied To Bonds #
Walton, Holmes and Washington timberland from fire To $27,000 @

Gulf; ; Leon Liberty and; Wakulla Franklin; Jer-and Insects The County animal Forester's. and!! disease.office (Continued From !Page One) (Continued! From !Page One) SLADE'SHEATER :: %

Gulf Leon and Wakulla Jef- Is located in the Bradford
; ; from
from all three legislators "
and County Agriculture Building! in Issue. I
ferson, Madison, Taylor;
Alachua County and had obtained I
Hamilton, Suwannee, and La- Starke.As The Santa Fe president pointed -
fayette Columbia, Union, Ba- County Forester, Tarletonhas "three different an- out that "an Increasing num
;
swers" on the subject. He said ber" of Bradford County; resi-
ker, and Bradford; Duval and replaced Tommy Bell, who
Nassau Clay Putnam St. has returned to Georgia. Rep. Bill Andrews said the salary dents are attending the juator
;
Johns, and Flagler; Dixie, Gll- Tarleton: is a native of Allen, supplement was not In college and added, "The gen-
christ, and Levy; Citrus Sum- Ala. and is a 1969 graduate of keeping with a new law prohibiting eral feeling Is that if we have SALE
ter Hernando, and Pasco; Os- Auburn University Departmentof such supplements. Improved facilities. It will Im-
Green repllei: that althoughneither prove our whole educational mm
ceola and Okeechobee; Martin Forestry. He has had plor
"
and St. Lucie; Hendry Glades, experience with Winborne Veneer Reo. Ralph Turlington program.
Bob Saunders would Dr. Fordyce continued, "It
and Charlotte. nor' Sen. I
Co. in Alabama, the U. S.
the amount of seems to us the Legislaturewould
take a stand on
Forest Service and the Alabama
Division! of Forestry. his salary, both:> agreed Pie! sup- almost be required to go mI

Eleven Oppose Tarleton and hi* wife, Elaine plement could be legally made. back from the and general appropriate fund (money If the I

reside In Starke. He eral's also opinion c'.ted an that Attorney supportedhis Gen- amendment Is not passed) and The Last Word in Comfort GREAT Buys On >

Central rSt. statement. this would" mean an increasein m [ 1 1
Closing taxes.
Petersburg. Clearwater Commissioner Ed Turlington "The educational amendmentdoes SEIGLER m
Tarpon City, Plant City and supported Cellon in his

Agency Here Dade the Tampa City are terminal.now+ served 'by stand sail against that adding the supplement.He another. it and simply recommit not mean takes any It an tr existing new this taxes our-tax; I CENTRAL WALL FURNACE I GREAT Heaters I

Those who .testified In opposition assistant defender with the pose" (capital outlay fa:
One) to the proposal adm'ttedthat ) funds wou'd be "one thing" mgher education and vo-tech III11I1I
(Continued From Page III
the proposed methol: 'but that an attorney as young schools.) : ::1111111
sounded good but continually as Green should not be paid !
that this would be an "answer
ri
ing: service." expressed doubt as to whetherthe 27000. ;1 1;11 ; : BARGAIN PRICES [1 t1
Green"! is In his early 30'sand
Statistics showing the numberof proposed method would New Vehicle m
bills of laden had dropped actually be as good much less has served as public defender i ill

when comparing 1967 the to first the eight first 'better'method. than the present created in since 1964.Commissioners.the office was Inspection'!: Dates Iji iji I:; jf
months of 1 :I!!
eight months of 1969 were presented Mrs. Loyree LaNler, president Sid Martin The 1969 session of the Legislature WARM-UP SPECIAL !!
and Jack Durrance supported revised the motor vehicle
the Central presi :
by
of Bradford Furniture
Green's request, along with Inspection law calling for an-
dent.
Corporation, states that the
to question Meloy Chairman' 0. M. Davis who nual rather than semi-annual -
In answer two other truck lines. operating :
said the company used 1967 In Starke have call stationssuch voted to approve the budget to Inspections. ,
break a tie vota. This that the expiration
and 1969 beciive other truck as proposed by Central means I
Bradford' County Is currently certificate Is I
lines. Gator Frelghtways and and that the service given by date on your
,.
contrlhut'n S4 FOO Hv to accurate.
Jackson Transfer and! Storage, these lines Is very inferior to annn not longer
had. begun servicing the Starke that given by Central which Green's budget. The Publ'c' Defender New re-inspection dates areas
area In 1968. has a local agent. was granted a $900 Increase follows:
He also pointed out the FPSC Others who testified echoed In the .county's 1969-70 Certificate expires July 1969 <<
had allowed Central to drop Mrs. LaNier. Daniel N. Law- budget. over te! $3 6'tO' trflvlously re-Inspection due August or
budgeted: for this office. September, 1969.Certificate .
terminals In many cities and son purchasing agent for the
serve the cities from one ter prison at Ralford, said! : "Ser Green had! requested $6,000 expires August, ,II .:.: .':':'.'
minal. For example, Tampa, from Bradford. 1969 re-lnspsctlon due October I I
vice is what we have to have. Alachua County contributes or November, 1969. rtl" .... .....

,can Under receive the new this type proposal:of service if we, the bulk of Green's budget. Two Certificate expires September r;; 65,000 BTU -- HeaU Up To \ 40,000 BTU MARTIN HEATER
counties in
the 8th Judicial: 1969 re-inspection due m
Jacksonville we have no objection. My superiors Circuit Union and LevYdonot December or January, 1970. .1 11 6 Rooms 11; j i
have doubts that Time i ii
!! we contribute anything Certificate expires October, :- .: FREE BLOWER"Limited ....:.:.
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in will be served from Gainesville 1969 relnspection! due Febru- i ii: Wall Thermostat Keeps even tempera i:: ;ii
this manner therefore
oppose Central's; moving we to ary or March, 1970. :::r ture, Counter Flow Pulls unused heat off ':::?; Porcelain Cabinet Life Time ';:;:;:;

Business Gainesville." State DepartmentTold Certificate expires November 1iM ceiling and spreads it hack evenly over the iji Stay Cool Cabinet Fiberglass Insulated ;t1''

Thomas Mllllcan. assistant! To Obtain 1969 re-Inspection due :;:::;:; floors where you need it. Economical to Install ::;:
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general manager of Clay Elec Dredging PermitsThe April or May, 1970. :i;iiii and economical to operateONLY i;: :t::::::
tric testified: "We've received ti:: Rear and Side ONLY 77
:;; $68- m
DirectoryAuto service from the agent in .:;:: Vents at Small ;::;
:;: 00 ::
State Department of Paul L. Dinlcins $19 9 :: :::::::
Starke and
isfactory. We It's doubt been that very they sat. Transportation has been. told Wins t Extra Cost. i SLADE GAS 1t1;
that it must comply with the County Agent
Sales and Service
can provide the same kind of :; *
service in Gainesville." law requiring permits for dredgIng National AwardPaul :::;:: ..... .. Limited Time :;;: ';:::::
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water bottoms. 4- ;:;;::::;;:::::::::;::::;:::;::;::::;: : :*::**::*:::*::::::;::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::; ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::*
John Myers executive vice L. Dlnklns. St. Johns
president of the Starke-Brad- James Apthorp director of County agricultural agent for
ford Chamber' of Commerce, the Internal Improvement Fund the past 13 years, has receivedthe I Join The Carrier Comfort Parade Ii
SERVICE VOLVO put the Chamber on record as Trustees, who participated: in a 1969 Distinguished Service
PARTS recent water-problems meetingat
opposing the move and attempted Award from the National
Keystone Heights, requestedthe
to introduce statistics
giVen County Agents Association
Always Good Used Cart. the Chamber by Billy Jack. Transportation Depart meeting last week In Atlantic
eon, local agent for Central. ment not to start such projects
921 Laura St. Ph. 3585654MOTORS r
Myers said the statistics would as dredging to permit barge City.Dinkins' 4-H Club program, : t vr m
show that while the access to road and bridge construction -
numb listed as outstanding, won 104 .
F.T.F.r.TRIC of bills of laden may have sites until a permit t is state and two national awards.

dropped the actual poundage obtained. The prohibition also It was also pointed out that he
and therefore the profit of Central Includes seawall or bulkhead guided the North Florida Potato
PEAVY Brothers Installations! and other projectsin
had Increased
from
1967 Council with planning and :
navigable waters, Apthorpsaid.
Electric Co. to 1969. coordination: : and assisted In I
,, getting a potato law to insure
Central's attorney pointed State law prohibits such filling
Electric Motors .out to the FPSC examiner that until a bulkhead Is estab- quality seeds for growers. I I
Active in civic) affairs. Din-
Sold Serviced Repaired Jackson, not Myers, should lished and the law specifically kins served as consultant for
Generators starters Armature present the statistics. Jackson provides that state agencies! mf
the St. Augustine city beautification -
Rewinding. later declined to testify, saying must comply Apthorp said.
..4014 Lenox Jax.387-2528 he was still an: employee of :Meanwhile, the Cabinet committee in developing L'}
a long-rang, to improve
program
.. .
P. Central Truck Lines. (trustees of the IIP) grantedan
beautification of the entire
PIANOS j Others said that If Central "after-the-fact" dredge per county.
mit to the Transportation! Department "! -
were losing business It was be- Dlnklns is a :native of Lw-! j CENTRAL HEATING
for construction of SPECIAL
YAMAHA PIANOS ,cause "Central is not do'ng the tey, and the son of Mr. and i
a bridge that had already!
CONN and KIMBALL Job on the other end." as Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns. f
been built across St. Lucle River ti.L A ::
ORGANS George W. Brown, air condition _
contractor put It. In Martin County. Carrier delivers an even blanket of warmth i:

Did you know that alVWinter regardless of outside :
Concurring with! Brown f tempera- f i:; :

were E. C. Vaughn Jr., ownerof Wonderful science .it developing iMERRTTT'LIAMS tures. Economical] to operate too, becauseyou &$
the. Vaughn-Johnson Company
.4 and Miss Lillian Stump, artificial( skis We'd + don't overheat any one spot. 1 i:
'like to buy a few yard/ of it
one of the owners of Stump De. f
partment Store. They said they to ttt out in the sun and get ..".. /..IMIMIYI.M11 ADD VALUE TO YOUR HOME PLUS THE ADVANTAGE mn 1
our tan for us.
bad specifically asked their A OF ADDING CENTRAL :::::::
uppllers to ship by Centralbut

KI tdALL "SWINGER" their suppliers had refused, ,....... AIR CONDITIONINGNOW
ORGANS saying that Central did not -' OR LATER! 1: : ti i

Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 give good service. i ..GLASSFOR fs .


WESTERN STORE tor John, wanted Torode to Shell ask Meloy'd'strlbu-a EVERY PURPOSfMirrors A good food parson for to Life M* for life? Is I Total Central Warmth Starts at a.- $595.00 |

number of questions but was i "" no*. that .U. H. hu polJey.e.s

LITTLE DUDE Informed that legally he could t.:. da Call! now,to for fit the your full nted rtory.on this II 7 Outlets and Return Central Furnace Location 1 i
not ask his questions but would FOR EVIRY JURPOSI ..!." ::
liP-to.
protection. (It' the : : : : : : ::: ;: .. ..

Western Store have Later to Torode have was an allowed attorney.to SHEA'SGLASS aalalnrana.)1 as Stat. Farm 1 iiii: GiiANif : iiffi-y&ttvfji

ask! questions and the answers 117 N- Walnut Street: PPi N+CES
Western Clothing Leathei remained off the record. 't CO. i PHONE 964-5391
good, Saddle and Trailer
Charles & Sh6oroD Patty Twenty-one citizens attended 172-4311-1172-4311. rut '$'' W. Madison St.
the hearing 1111 N.W. 4fc place 332
held In the
909 8. Ed wood SM-U1*. County .._ G.lassrIlb. .. ...t TATB RM : ? Phono. 9647701Merger
Commissioners
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"Woman Michael Maruca 'I Local l Officials
Mystery
Granted MSUAssistantship RECREATION' NEWSFLAG Dinner Guests

+ y Of Doyle ConnerFour

Is Said StrangledLAKE Michael A. Maruoa, a 1964
Bradford
graduate of Bradford County County com-
FOOTBALL Immediately following' the .1 .tsslo ers and Miss Martha
.
:High School and BUTLER The Small Fry and Bantam Flag contest the boys will be hon- Sue McCain home economist
young;! of Murray State Univerelty -
unidentified woman whose Sheriff Whitehead said Tues- Football Leagues will get underway ored at a hamburger fry at were dinner guests of Agri-
body day that the body had not Murray, Ky. has beengranted for.
Nas found in northern UniO:1 yet next week with the which time Larry Dupree culture Commissioner Doyle
the
: been identified, and that about \ an assistantship for Small Fry starting things off mer Ail-American from the Conner at the annual meeting
county 19 .
Sept. M.S.U.The
died
school at
probably 1969.70
from the only hope of identification year. !Monday, October 6. University of Florida will present the Florida Association of
strangulation enable
according tog will be through dental work. asslstantshlp Sponsors for tha Small Fry the 18 lucky winners with County; Commissioners in
report made oy Dr. RobertE. Maruca to teach at the University this Andrews Drug their trophies. Hollywood last week.Commissioners .
year are:
Klein to Union County Sheriff He said three upper front while completing work: on Community' Bank, Kentucky (PHYSICAL:: FITNESS hosted by
John Whitehead. teeth had been knocked out ani his Master's degree in Physi- Fried Chicken, and First Fed- CLASS FOR WOMEN; Conner were Cahlrman' Dave
Dr. Klein, who Is the head that one was located near the cal Education. eral Savings & Loan. BEGINS TONIGIIT Shuford, Zedra Hamilton, J.M.
of the pathology department at body, which was found about One big change in the Small A Class In Physical Fitnessfor (Buck) Norman, and Ralph
Miss McCain
,Alachua General Hospital, examined 50 feet from the pavement on Fry League this year Is the women ia scheduled to the Bryan.meeting as prssMant was at of
the badly decompose SR-121 about a mile south ol[ games will be played at West meet for the first time tonight the State Association of Home
body and said death had occurred the Baker County line. However,. :Side Park: Instead of Pratt Thursday Oct. 2, at the Pratt Economists, an affiliate of the
from five to eight days some of the other teeth had Moxley Does Double Duty; Street, each Monday and Wed- Street Recreat'on' Center. commissioners association.
prior to the day it was metal fillings, the sheriff said Lt. nesday afternoons, .starting at The class is being scheduled!
found. and it is hoped that this may Ben Moxley, president of Bradford High School PTA and 4 p.m. to run for 16 weeks, meeting POULTRY PRODUCERS
He said the victim had been.a provide a lead toward Iden- of the Quarterback Club, receives u. gavel I'rotn BUS Principal Monday's schedule will see each Thursday evening, 8:3: ()- TO MEET OCT. 7
white female tification.At Ralph Andrew's Drugs taking on 9:30: p.m. Mrs. George Loper The North Florida Poultry
between the Diggs.
will instruct the exercises. No
First Federal Savings & Loanat Producers Association' will
;ages of 16-26, most the time the body was The first PTA meeting held In .
likely was September and only 4 p.m. while Kentucky Fried fees will be charged.The meet Tuesday night Oct. 7, In
:about 20. He listed t he height found by Donald Elixson, it was two more are planned for the school year. The second Is set Chicken will meet CommunityState Recreation DepartmentIs the agricultural building. A

:as 5-feet-6, medium body weight clad only in a bra and a shirt for December', 4 and the third on April 9. Bank: at 5 p.m. on Wed- interested in also setting' up good program Is planned', and

:'and said the hair. was brown and there was evidence that Both nil be dinner meetings and will begin at 7 p.m. In nesday, October 8. Andrews a morning session if an In- all poultrymen In the area are
blonde. vultures had been preying on structor can be .secured
or the school cafeteria. Diggs said that the meals will cost some Drugs vs Community State Invited, to attend.

it. thing less than $1. Bank at 4 p.m. and Kentucky ,,:,:,:,:,:,:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:;:.::..%. :;:.;:.:.:;:.:.:::.:::::.:::.::.::.::.::.:.:::.n::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.
Sheriff Whitehead said portions Fried.Chicken vs First Federal
WhowouJd corer your am- The Quarterback Club meets the first Monday of each 'at 5 p.m.Bantam.

lly's( bills If you weren't of the remains and the month through the school term in the Field House. Boys play will get rNow I
'
clothing have been sent to the underway Tuesday. Oct. 7, at Open
here to do it?
FBI laboratory in Washingtonfor West Side Park with brand new

examination. He said tn, sponsors and beautiful new
Movies Jerseys this f
technicians will attempt to obtain year.
Sponsors for the BantamLeague
fingerprints, as well as this year are Starke I I
other clues which! may lead "2001, A Space Odyssey," ranted by a parent or guard- Builders' Surplles.!: Carp's De-
toward Identification. critically accla'med for its Ian. partment Store Koch's Drugs,
A double feature is set for STARKEPET
I -technical achievements and and Cadillac Uniform.
visual impact will be shown at the 301 Drive-In Friday, Saturday Carp's Store will meet Starke
v \ the Florida Theater Friday and and Sunday. Don Knotts Builders in the first game I
i Saturday. stars In "The Love God" Tuesday at 4 p.m. while 1 CENTER I
Starring Stanley Kubrick's which is suggested for mature Koch's Drugs takes on Cadillac
A New York Life policy would. With COTTON TRIO-Snappy fash- science-fiction film are Kelr audiences. Uniform at 5 p.m On Thursday ::
ready cash when it's needed most. ion starts with a cotton knit Dullea, Gary Lockwood, and Paul Newman stars in "Har Oct. 9. Carp's Store meets .:.l::! 120 COURT TROPICAL ACROSS FROM ;:;::
Cash that cen: ,crovida not only the T-shirt and wide-legged cotton Hal a computer. per." Other ftars in the film Cadillac Uniform while Koch's .::. 'l'BEET I COURTHOUSE ..::.::.
necessities of me, but some of Its corduroy pants then addsa are Lauren Bacall. Julie Harris goes against :Starke Builders ;: ::

luxuries, too. After all, that's what batiste footprint-patterned for dash. All three scarf by of Showing at the Florida Sun- Arthur Hill. Janet Leigh! PUNT PASS & KICK FISH |
life Insurance Is all about. Hang Ten, are featured in Hay through Tuesday will be Pamela Tiffin Robert Wagner There will be a practice I. I
Seventeen Magazine. "The Wild Bunch" starring and Shelley Winters clinic for all the boys who are I
But protection Isn't our whole story. William Holden Ernest Borgn- registered for the Punt, Pass, FULL LINE CAT DOG AND BIRD

You set, that same New York Life !OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS(: ine. Robert Bryan and Edmond and Kick Contest, this Situr- m SUPPLIES |;
policy can provide cash for you as /', = O'Brien. This I is the story of day Oct. 4, at the Pratt Street
.j SEN. SAUNDERS SETS
well. Cash to see you through a flnan-, y+.. A gang of outlaws in the West. Playground. *

cia I emergency, help your children "Go ahead with your paper, But the time Is 1913, the New Sen.VISIT Bob Saunders DATE HERE of Gain- The session will last from 10 E m WHITE MICE GREEN TURTLES 1
through college, or allow you to enjoya dear-I'll talk with the October 3, 1632The first West is overtaking the Old am. noon. Boys age 8-13
esville will be at the court
more comfortable retirement. birds. ." colonial tobacco tax was authorized West, and the gang is caughtin who have not reg'stered yet
house in Stctrke on Wednesday.
for the MassachusettsBay between. still have until Oct. 10 to regis!
Talk to your New York Ute Agent Let Oct. 8, at 9:30: a.m. All persons OPENING SPECIAL
Colony. The film! has an R rating ter. The contest will be held I i ijj
him help take those bills off wIshing discuss legislative
your SEE October 6, 1876-.The meaning prsons under 16 will Saturday, Oct. 11. at West Side
tIlr.d. problems or other matters are
: .
American Library Associationwas not be admitted unless accom- Park..behind the Middle; School: ,
Invited to meet Sen. Saundersat
'Th LPaint .People'PAINTS
starting at 10 a.m. I
organized in Philadelphia

Burge SearingSPECIAL Pa. this time. jj MIXED PLADYS 1 \

Moore October 9, 1835-The J ; ; Cal- STRAWBERRY GROWERSTO

liope was patented by Joshua MEET TONIGHT When You Use An Andrews Charge y !t;} WHILE THEY LAST ;;
AGENT C. Stoddard of Worcester, Bradford; County strawberry Account S.-

NEW YORK LIFE CENTRAL PAINT Mass. growers will meet tonight Your Prescription Tax Recordsare \\\\
INSURANCE COMPANY October 12, 17I!) -The African (Thursday) at 8 pm. in the Kept For You By Us
STORES. INC. Church was received into Lawtey school cafeteria. Plans 1j1 4 For 49cOwned l\

118 N. MYRTLE ST. gee NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE full fellowship of the Methodist for the 1970 season will be discussed Andrews DrugsFor .. ....
Phone 964-5633 Church in the and all growers are t+
Episcopal
urged to attend this important Fast Deltvery Dial 964-7170 C 11 t>< \j and Operated by Harry Collier l.'
States.
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I Kenny Edges 2-0 Past Tornadoes On Safely i corps Danny The the,Jackson Tornado front as did line and defense Kenny's.and Tom Unebacktng Marks restedon Ends


tackles Rudolph Perkins and
.. ... ... .. Dale Johns and linebackers
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does put together three straight no gain on fourth down and a yard
BHS Error 1r first downs. They went to the to go. Christy; Chandler Ralph Mor
Crusader 35 with a smashing gan Jimmy Alvarez and Tim
I running game but Norman Longest run of the night was Murphy were kept busy.STATISTICS .
by BHS Christy Chandler 16
missed on a pass to Mark Grau-

Means Defeat ..:;... ',::.; :...i.:,', .c. dons at the goal. Three Kenny yards fourth over period right drWe.tackle Kenny'slongest In the ,

defenders kept the tall split run was by workhorseBob .

A pepped up Bishop Kenny team couldn't score #r ..,. ,, ." : '.}:'"',. .",:.\..:, .;.:..I'\I'.i.\' ",:.i:'I:;.:;.:c'': ;lJ\: \;: % ii.j. ii\ ',': ,:,'' end RHS from Quarterback making the then catch.lost The 12 ground" Schellenberif gainer of the, night leading with First Rushing Downs 6 6 BUS BK 9

on a struggling Tornado eleven but took home a 2-0 : :;:",;" ,. ;, 3 :! .j.: ":" :'" ':'' : : ( 1..1'\ : .. 12 yards as Kenny swarmedover 64 yards In 18 attempts, a 14 Passing 0 4
5
I victory given them Friday night on a safety when : ; ': :: ,' him as he attempted a :yards In the fourth period which Yards Gn'd. 97 166

officials ruled a Bradford player received a punt in ; XViY.t.: : : second punt and pass.ended That the forced Tornado a gave Kenny a first down and allowed RushingPassing 81 127
them to keep possession.
the playing field and downed it in the endzone.That .,. :,1' '. threat. Chandler had best rushing Passes Compl. 2100 16 397.0

Infraction came with 4:34 It was also Kenny's second Until the safety; In the fourth average 4.7 :yards, as he gained Fumbles Lost by ?'I- 4 !

left In a game that was a victory of the young season ,.. .. .. : period, Kenny was not much 51 yards in 11 attempts for: Yds. Penalized 10 30 !
better off than
offensively the
scoreless tie. Tornado halfback by a total of three .,olnts. The '. ." '.j !t' .. Tornadoes, and no better off the Tornadoes.Dale Johns gained Punts 7-30 6-31 : !
Jimmy Alvarez playing In only Crusaders edged Bishop Mooreof ..I. ." ,... the Scoreboard. Closest the 21 yards In only two car- "
the second varsity; game of his Orlando 19-18 In Its opener. :: :,:i .. on
f I. Fullback
;:;% .. Crusaders to TD ries 10.5 average.
career took the Crusader puntat While the Tornado defense ... .. came a was the a 4.6 average SCORING
t. had a
Perkins
Tornado 18 In the second
early Rudolph
the Bradford goal.-Alvarez contained the spirited Kenny Kenny Safety by Alvarez I
Bishop -
when 33 yards in seven
stiff
period a Big Red gaining
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hesitated, as offense even when the mom of BHS
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Singletary
defense
with .. ", ) stopped tries. .
tempt a runback then took a entum of the game was '
step backward and downed the the Crusaders, the Tornadoes: -:::::: :::::;:;:::::;:::;::::::::::::8::::,:;:::::::;:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,;:,:,:,:,:::,:,:,:::::,:::::::::,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;;:::WSWrWtt:::::::::: :::::::::::::;:::::'::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

ball. could generate no offense of f i iI

Officials ruled the Tornado their own. The highly touted rR I NuY"EuFIRST" l '
player received the pigskin Inside triple.option offense made famous GET FEDERAL fi
the playing field then by the Houston Cougars
downed the ball In the endzone. was not successful last! Fridayfor
Had been received In the end the Tornadoes when tried
zone or been allowed to roll against the best defense BHS I
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untouched Into the endzone It has met this season. WINNING TEAM !
would have been declared dead Neither team threatened: seri-

by high school football rules. ously to score In a contest that ..
In that case Bradford would have would have to be labeled a bat- L
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had a first down at the 20 yard the of defenses. Kenny's slightly 1+ 1 Ji I .
line. more effective enabled them .
Instead, the Tornadoes had to to retain possession longer than .: _....o ... ;,
: --t .
kick oft to Kenny from their the Tornadoes In most cases. :..' .;i/;\(,."'> .,...,t. '.Jr'"' "1 .:,.
20. The Crusaders fell on the Momentum of the game seemedto Tom Marks makes a beautiful catch of a ground. The play went fOIl 13 yards, one of ::' l.f.: -'.t"U.1rI.-'I1':; !:*; ':''

onsldes kick and put on one of go toward the Crusaders Mike Norman sideline pass that was low and of the game In Kenny' Z-0 :} r ,A ;' ,iI,,:11,,IJI :
the gains .
their longest offensive effortsof who. seemingly, became more off to the side In tb* second quarter against longest : ::1'
the night to keep possession spirited as the game progressed victory over BHS. :.;: ,.,S,1' :;
number 12 la the back '. .
until the end of the game. although they could not Kenny Norman Is ;; ..; ,.r SAW':
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score on the Tornado defense. .. o:... ':1:
"We want a touchdown! It was a night of work for Kicking the ball- on the e pround, :';...:' .''''It "" _':JC.I', /?.. ........o '..
Kenny fans yelled every time the Bradford defense. Lack of from their 20 after the safety,' :j.:. ,,y,'v. 't'z: ;.
the CrusadersgotlntotheBrad- In the hones that a fumble would ::;:. : .. :
any offensive punch and the resultant ;. ." "' :
ford end of the field. They give them possession the .:; ...' "" "-
turning over the pigskin was ;: ,0; .I..: o ." .0'0 .;
didn't get the TD, but after the of Kenny kept the Tornado defense last attempt the Tornadoes had ;:;.: '... "I"". ""\; 00
game Kenny students mobbed doggedly struggling to But a Crusaderplayerfellonthe ;::;;:: l-<.a 4 ,.i it if'CORPI)- ::I
the first Crusader team ever atop the Crusaders.The skidding ball at the Tornado 42 ;::; ,: ;},,. --- ::
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to whip a Tornado eleven.Official. loss Is the first of the ..,."-.-. and the Big Red defense had all :::"i1 ;.
.. it could do to keep the Jacksonville :: d' t'.ii' '

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::: :::= "', touchdown to the safety.; ::2: ; .

I Errors :: ,. Bouyed by their good fourtune, ;:1 1:1.., .
i I .I f the Crusaders used hard running ::.... ,.. I IY
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'1\1'\ Ray Singletary and work- :::: "
-..: horse Bob Schellenberg to drive ::::
t. to the BHS 10 with a groundeating :::: .
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; Cost Tornadoes f and time consuming running :: .. : ., ..,
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attack. Kenny gained 42 : 'i
yards In running the clock out :: .0 f.: .
Game movies prove halfback In college and professionalball and keeping the ball from the ::.'
A Bishop Kenny back is cornered on a try around the end :: ..
Jimmy Alvarez received the Hurse points out, the ruling Tornadoes, but moved the ball :: .
controversial Bishop Kenny is different and runners by three Tornado defenders. Bradford coaches had praise for only 32 yards due to a pair of :::":

(punt in the Bradford High end can carry the football out of the BUS defense in the 2-0 defeat. The Big Red defense continually Illegal motion penalties. :.

zone. Tornado: Coach David the endzone. But that is not stopped a fired up Kenny team short of the goal. It ''.::
was also by far the closest :.
Hurse has disclosed. the case In high school football ''
Kenny had came to the Tornadoe :::::
Hurse relteratad. Once a season for Coach David Nurse enses of the two teams however ::
goal. ::
That means, in high school football crosses the plane of and his corps. It evens the were about equal before ":

football, that Pie! ball was dead the goal line in high school BHS at 1-1 after an opening! the safety which gave Kenny The Big Red offense sputtered 1j i.:'
and that the Tornados should football the ball is dead. 13-0 shut out of Baker CountyIn back the ball In the fourth period all night. Quarterback- :;:
This was the first time In the and the Tornadoes from t' s
i have had a first down at the opener. kept Mike Norman com Dieted only 3::
Bishop Kenny 20 yard line his coaching career Hurse getting it.Longest, two of 10 passes for 16 yards -::
according to the rule book says that an official's mlstaka Kenny had nine firs downs and offensive drive of the and the Tornado running s .
,Hurse said.' has cost hU! team a game. 166 total yards gained com- night was put on by Kenny then netted 81 yards. game" f i? Ir 4 -i A r'
"The movies clearly: Indicate) Lightning struck twice withIn pared to 97 yards and six first the
as Crusaders! ate the clock It was not until late .....
this, was the situation' and that a week however. In the JV downs for the Tornadoes. Off- up to end the game.: third period that the ,Torna1..' T' L
game at Macclenny last week :''
the official blew: it. Hurse ::
,states. "However, this was a another official mistake nullified ::
Judgment call on the part of a Tornado touchdown: and .
the official and his ruling the game ended In a 14-14, St. AugustineGame I:

'stands. There Is no appeal to Hurse said.A .
the Florida High School Ath Bradford player blocked a ..:. r I'
letic Association on a judg Baker County punt, knocked! it :::
ment call." back: of the kicker, then picked 1 .'

The official's call gave Ken the ball up and scored. The official .:.. f'iM ..
''ny a safety and a 2.0 victory. Hurse said called the Vital To Tornadoes I 4 k + : ,
Fact that Alvarez stepped TD back and give Bradford :

out of the endzone on the play. possession where the punt was ..:: 11;
,lag field then back Into the blocked. :;
endaone! to down the ball has According. () the rule book, a St Augustine High will seek St Augustine. and tends to run to the left. :.: '*
no bearing' on the case, the blocked runt. is live as long as its first victory of the 1969 "A typical big St. Augustine
BHS coach says. The ball was the ball does' not )pass! the line grid season over the Torna- team" Is Coach David Hurse's The Jackets show a basic
,dead once it crossed: the goal of scrimmage, the BHS coach does of Bradford High: tomor- description of the. 1969 Yellow 6-2-3 defense with most! ,of the :
i line. points out. row night FrIday, Oct. 3) In Jackets. This year however offensive starters doing double :
the Jackets are rebuilding. duty.; The right defensive end :
Pointing at 1970 and giving many moves back from the line of : sIT'S
sophomores a lot of experiencethey scrimmage and acts as a :

I have been shut out twice cor'iertack' In passing sltua- :
GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryFarm 27-0 by Leesburg in the opener tions. That gives the look of ;

and 47-0 by Lake City last week. a five man front, but the end ;1 A NEW QUARTER.
will often step Into the line as ; i:1 i\\
the play gets underway.
Air Conditioning-Heating and Industrial MOBILE HOMES "If we let St. August beat .::::1
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Equipment Hurse stated emphatically. At Jacket Itietacka '? :are 2
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I Execution Terrible Against Crusaders"Our Baker 14-14 Bradford High's cros/ioun-r Class'//fI, B cross country school.

try track team placed third In PKY won the district cross
a three way meet with Flet- country championship last year
Bradford's Junior vaNity by Coach Darlington The P. K. Yonge High otCIifes-l, ; &bd have a number of returning
execution was t.erribloas ces by a few Individuals! ,. not i I still sidelined! with a pulled "But from all appearances* Tornado grldders: played their coach said the Tornado backfield vllle her Saturday, SeptT; :" 27. runners from that team.
bad as it's been anytime a breakdown of the entire hamstring and Mike Norman In: practice Monday it baa Baker County counterparts to executed plays well. BIIS' Larry Green placed six- Fletcher was first with 24
;ln a long time;' Head Coach team. Poor performances came now on the bench, depth In the awakened us." a 14-14 tie in Macclenny last The Tornado defense also th in the two-mile racttinlflO\ points, PKY second w'.th' 42,
David Hurse says in analyzing! mostly In the form of blockers backfield Is all but non-exlst Offensive Line Coach Chuck Thursday. Improved: considerable in the 57. Leonard Garrett ''Qtot 'i and BHS third with 53.
his Tornadoes'' performance not sticking to their man long ant Hurse says.Sophomore (Mason aid he feels \his: players second halt in Macclenny, the eighth for, BUS at U'GT; '"ancr" Coach Loper also pointedout
against Bishop Kenny enough and: in both: the line Bernard Brown, "an overall pretty good Job." The Tornadoes scored first coach said. Jimmy Lowry was ninth. at ,' that most of the BHS run-
On top 'of that, quarterback and backfield! not getting 'off moved up from the JV,squad. Coaches think,!! it was a few individual on a seven yard run by Gray One JV player, sophomore 11:11. <" J kers :are ninth grader* and
|Mike Norman Injured his the snap fast enough. this week, will start at,_weak breakdowns, not the Flynn in the first period, but tight end' Barnard Brown, has Randy Hodges ran an 11:25, ">3 We re competing with Juniors
'throwing arm and will be side- Both those' factors have been aide safety against St. Augustine entire line Mason said. He missed the point after. been moved up to' varsity Bobby Paterson 11:42.1\00\ Rich and seniors. Larry Green and
lined for at least two' weeks stressed In practice this week. He will also be worked at echoed the head coach In saying Baker County tallied twice In where he will start this Friday ard Fill, 12:15.Fletcher : Leonard Garrett were both
and maybe three. Signal calling BHS coaches! say.! halfback In case 'of Injury the line did an acceptableJob the second period and led 14-6 against St. Augustine in the is a Class ",/t.,Inationally ranked cross coun-
duties for the St. Augustine Several backfield changes there. Brown was a tight ,end but was too slow moving at halftime. defensive secondary.:! Brown la school and has one 'of die-Touch-- ., >Cry runners in junior high school
game will fall on backup quarterback have also been made, Hurse on the JV squad And Is tabbedas 'off the ball and that !blockers classified by BHS coaches! !: asa est cross country ttlauaa 144 last year Loper says.
Dean Johns. It is hop said, "which we think will improve a "fine athlete" by Coach did not stay with their men But the Baby Tornadoes fine athlete who is expectedto North Florida, according-ijo,I', Next cross country meet scheduled -
led Norman will be ready:! for 'our football team." One Hurse. long enough. came back with a touchdownin hold hU own with the var- BHS Coach George Loper.pKY' Jn here is Saturday' Oct.
4, at 10 against: Bishop
I the Holies game oct 17. big shift has been the movingor Coaches were "not real ''dis the third period on a two' Loper iotas. Is an vecelenk] -J,1 a.m.
Dean Johns looked exceptionally ; starting fullback Rudolph:! appointed at all" in the BHS Coach Mason praised senior yard plunge by Brad Carter. sity.The Tornadoes will travel F>T: ITVi: Kenny.
sharp ht practice Monday. Perkins to offensive guard.! defense against Bishop Kenny, guard Bill Buby for his work They went for the two point again this Thursday, to Orange
I Hurse said. He will be backedup Perkins will continue in Ms The Head: Tornado says. Hurse agair.it Kenny. "He's always" a conversion to tie the game up, Park. Starting guard Bob Dyal
by Tim Murphey the starting starting role 'of defensive taco pointed 'out the BHS defense!! consistent performer, Mason and got it on a run by Malachi will miss the remainder 'of the ,
split end kle, or end coaches say but stopped every Kenny drlva! and said 'of the three-year veteran. Henry. season however, with an ankle
"We were a-100 per cent improved must work his way up In the bas given up only two pointsIn He also had praise for Danny fractured playing football at Terwi
football team Monday 'offensive line. two games. "Overall. I Jackson at strong side tackle The Tornadoes now have a home. Levy Lennon, defensive
over the Bishop Kenny game" Christy Chandler and: Dean thought we played a pretty for his offensive work Captain loss' to Gainesville high, and tackle, has a bruised shoulder egarU
Hurse says. "Our execution Im- Johns will play both :halfbackand good defense game," Nurse Ralph Morgan, usually saved an 0-1-1 mark. and is doubtful this week Middle -
proved greatly, the blocking fullback and will probably said. for defense, was worked exten- Bad luck plagued the.Torna linebacker Dale Clemmons
was 'better. The whole team attitude swltoh 'off between the two pas "We feel it was not the fact sively at 'offensive guard does when Wayne Teston block. has been 'out with a strained fors
was changed." Itions, although both will bi that Bishop Kenny was sue1! a against Bishop. Kenny. He "dida ed a Baker County punt pick- knee, but is expected to be in
Lack of a BHS 'offense Friday starters. Jimmy Alvarez wil strong football team, but:..that real good Job" Mason said 'of ed It up and scored. Officials action against Orange Park.
/ is attributed by coaches start at the right half position. we executed so poorly we made! the letterman. ruled the ball, picked up be- Offensive starters, against'
and players to poor performan- With halfback Mark Milner them look good" Nurse' says. Morgan can play anywhere hind the line of scrimmage, Orange Park will be Eddie

dead where It fell and nullifiedthe Hazen, quarterback: Malachi! ;, :'w ON THESE
TD. The high school football Henry and'' Wayne Teston halfbacks A
-- rule books says a punt ; Brad Carter, fullback 9d.1
blocked back of the kicker is Fred Robinson, split end
live and: playable according to' Charles Wright tight end; David -
BHS Coach Jim Darlington McCutchsn and Robbln!
Malachi Henry was praised Parri'h, guards: Gary Malvln
SCOTT'SMobile for a "great Job of blocking" center: Dannie: Crawford: and

Bcbby: Brown tackles. ldunr
The squad will be two pla- ,
in the 'offensive line except tooned again, this week. to allow ri,oat >d
center more boys to see action 11
Coach Mason also says his and gain experience accordingto :
linemen have worked hard this Coach Darlington. Defensive
week than all season. He added starters will be Steve Strick
Home SalesHIGH : Tie "expects a good perform" land Malachi Henry, nnd IA IS
ance against St. Augustine. Wayne Teston, safety: Gray
'of
boss
Coach Mike Sexton Flynn, monster man: Farelon
the BHS defense had almost McClellon and Bill Bpham!
nothing but praise for his linebackers: Charles Wright
charges in the 2-0 defeat. and Carl Riherd. ends, and
Vernon Barber and.: Levy Lennon -
He pointed 'out: $19 ordoV8
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Danny Jackson! were among
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( fifth in a series of articles by Telegraph of Vieques, thereby providing ,., -
a ten-mile anchorage for fleet
publisher E. L. Matthews who accompanied a Marine ships. Roadstead1' Is a Navy- Editor

Air Reserve Training Detachment on summer. train term meaning "protected an-

ing in Puerto Rico.) chorage." Only a portion of

(the roadstead was ever 'Com .. .. .d IT''
..
pleted. 1Y J 'IIJ'P. \..... Sept. 28, 1969 New Manager! Normal business
Another thing you might not courtesy should have war
be quite clear about Is the ""'- -' ,. """ Dear Mr. Matthews: ranted an Interview with every

? exact status' of Puerto Rico In applicant for the position! AndI

1 Y o R the scheme of things, as far as -- I spent about an hour recently am publicly asking the City
-
the United States is the Council to also review the
llY; 0 concerned. .I with a local politician, and entire I
sQ Actually PR today :Is a ;self- JJ. !__ .. .. gist of his comments was that situation at their next meet-

6vRGER governing Commonwealth of ..... ..vf "I was wasting my time with Ing. It isn't because'I am a

soeoa J'4, (the U. S.-a community of 21& .:.... t .. any; Letters to the Editor" if sorehead and did not get the
million U. S. citizens associated .- -. >II hope for any action from Dosltfon. as In one way Ijouldn't
.' fJ _, .. _
each with the Federal Urlon by County Commission! Three : care less but I want

e compact and mutual consent.It ) days later I read a resume of every taxpayer both In the City
was offle'ally! proclaimed a the recent Night Meeting of and County to get a "Fair

Commonwealth on July 25, /r:;." .... The County Commission where Shake" for every tax dollar. I

/ : :::c .... The Telegraph reports as follows resent my being good enoughto
1952.As .., The C of C "Took no work for nothing as Head of
you might or might not ...,... :
Tourism then being entirely
know (I didn't) a Common- -- action on a letter from Bill ,
ignored when I wanted to do
Summers protesting the ap-
wealth resembles a State, but; .
.a- more to help the Chamber and
pointment of John Myers as
Puerto Rico does( not have a
local Chamberof at the same time save thousands -
residents ftooieve/t/ ftoaiti soma of fiierto JUco's/ mod .. Manager of the
vote in Congress, and Its possesses beautiful' .c. *. I
Commerce." This Is not at of dollars. wonder how
do not vote for presidentof
all to and as enthusiastic City Taxpayers
satisfactory me
fJ I the U. S. Neither Is Puerto pected to threaten the island. turn:, was covered:( over as the something like very rich sal. a County and City Taxpayer, County Taxpayers, and Cham-
Rico subject to U. S. Income During the 83 years since 1886 need nro e. Not meaning to be mon. I want to hear more from The ber Members will be when they

Before we wind up this ser- mountains.. < Nothing materialized taxes. It has a voice in Congress only 13 hurricanes have approached irreverent this might be refer Others at the card table tried City Council, and The County !know about doubling the Cham-

ies; :there are a few things you however, until World through Its "R..sldent: within 60 miles of red to as the first "high rise some too, and we all munched Commission about this situa- ber of Commerce expense this
should know about Puerto Rico War n, when: the site was fur- Commissioner," who sit! In the Roosevelt Roads. The last ser- cemetery." happily until I !took a close tion as I consider this a"White way. To me it is as If I
besides the price of rum and ther envisioned as a major operating House of Representatives and ious one to !tilt PR was in 1932. Another surprise in San Juan look at one chunk and noticed wash." asked Charlie Sawyer's Slade

how to catch a pufbllco on the base in the Caribbean has all the privileges except Since the U. S. government has was to find a bull fight arena: little air valves around the out- And I requestboth The County Gas Co. to do some minor repair -
wing. defense system.As voting built so much low cost housingon and cock fighting' is another side. Commission, The City Council for me for nothing, and

You might even be wonderIng for the name -Roosevelt.of I have been asked If the- natives the island, the natives are popular sport on the island "You know," I remarked as and public at large, to read and then I turn around and buy my

as did I, how Roosevelt course, was In honor of the live In fear or are pre- much better prepared now for where it is legally sanctionedIn calmly as I could. "I believe reread my September 25 gas elsewhere!
Roads received a name that Is late President, PDR. who first pared for the hurricanes that windy weather than they usedto contrast to thIs' country we've been eating octopus!" "Letter to the Editor." When I am also hoping that our new

unique for a military establishment visualized the capabilities of a always seem to be bobbing up be. where cock fights are illegal. My wife quickly left the members of The County Commission popular Cltv Council member
The history of this inaval facility in the area. The in that area. It Is true that Columbus discovered the! island Bull fights! are held only on bridge table. are up for re-election. 3 mmy Bowen, will get his

sprawling, 8,000-acre base dates term "Roads" Is derived from during August and Septembera before I did, arriving on Sundays however and in deference She didn't come back. I will be interested In their feet wet by attempting to check
back to 1919 when It was first the planned "roadstead" which monthly average of three or the scene In 1493 to be greetedby to the Sabbath, I presume ': In: order to verify the facts, explanation for backing the the 1969 Chamber of Commerce

conceived aa a possible site fora was to be formed by a break- four tropical "disturbances"may the cannibalistic Carib In- the bulls are never kill I called the accommodating Chamber heavily with taxplay-. Run-a-round! Not only for me

naval facility, due to its ex- water constructed across Vie- form In the Atlantic east dians. I arrived In 1969 and ed.In Spanish teacher at !the middle ers money, and refusing to even personally, but to be fair to
cellent harbor and the defense ques Sound connecting of Puerto Rico, !but of these, was greeted: by nothing more addlt'on' to baseball, the school, who Informed me that review a situation where the every local taxpayer!

potential of the surrounding Naval Station with the Island not more than one can be ex-: dangerous than a few cannibal natives, share a love of fine "Peran" :was not octopus, but Chamber is paying twice as Sincerely,
jokes (you can't get away horses with their'! fellow Americans squid (as if that made us feel much as necessary for this William 11. Summers ,

from 'em even In Puerto' Rico). and racing Is another any better). It's considered I

Our editorial. ._ It was not until 1508, how- popular sport. They are proud ute! a delicacy by the natives, .................
ever, that Ponce de Leon, who of their "Paso Flab" beauti- she Informed me. <
!had accompanied Columbus on fully gaited horses. A test for

his second voyage to the New horsemanship there is to require But the dictionary says A *: Farm Bureau Adopts Resolution J

OPINION World returned to establish a the r'der to carry a full squid is a cephalopod with ten! ,
permanent colony on: Puerto glass of water aloft in one muscular arms; and throws outa

Rico. When he sailed Into the hand, completely around the cloud of black ink when approached Against Consolidating Counties *
harbor at the future site of San track without: !spilling a drop. by an enemy. Hardly

Juan he exclaimed "Que Puerto Try It some tIme' anything you'd care to serve

Rico!" (What a rich portO!) Squid Pro Quo for Sunday dinner, I would and
A resolution opposing: the pro for use at meeting's sup-
The Goose Hence the of the lanj. In dissertation food
Sauce For name : my on think. ,
posed consolidation of several pers held in the new aielcul-
Wonder what he would exclaim last week, space ran out beforeI ,
The occasion hardly called of Florida's smaller countieswas tural building. The Bureau also
if he could fee :some of those could tell you about the little
but somehow this: adopted at the annual cooperated with and contributed I
for poetry,
glass. and marble high-rise condominiums can I bought, labeled "Candas
flashed meting of the Bradford Farm to the Calf Scramble
: springing up there PERAN Afturlas., little bit of verse
today? Everything edible that I through my mind: Bureau Held at the fairgroundslast and the Gainesville \Area 4-H
and FFA Steer Show and Sale.
Saturday night.
Forty-four older than brought home was dsllc'ous'!
years I never thought I'd eat a squid. ,More than 500 fried chicken President Harley plans to at-
St. Augustine, the City of Sin and met with approval by family And yet, I'm sure that's what tend the State Convention In
uppers were served. Indicatingthe
Juan Is today the 13th largest and friends-even the Per-
I did. largest affair city of the U. S. an, up to a point. The point throws out
A squid, pursued, ever sponsored ,by the Farm 28, ad also the Natonal Con-
t
Tourlstaj are usually puzzled: was when we found out what
:s black
Ink Bureau venton In Washington, D.C. in
here:
bra to find that In: a 400 year old what it wasiHunting I Which causes larger fish to
:December.
Two other resolutions '
cemetery (Cementerlo de Santa for a snack one blink were

s't Marla Magdalena de Pazzis, night during a bridge game, I With suckers on its ten long also adopted: ,one recommend-
{ w
in San Juan) there are no opened the cin expecting to Ing the establishment of a

markers more than 75 years find some kind of fancy sar- The arms squid need not rely on quarantine) station for importsof Sept. Rains
old. The explanat'on is simple, dines. Imagine my surprise!' to charmsTo breeding classes of live

'p rg ,t f however. This burying ground, see not a miniature fish, but Its food. It simply stock, and another for 'better
trap
." M"TS r like the ancient Troy, lies in something that looked much control ;of vegetable' Imports 5r ln. Over5o..Y4Avg
ph turns
y t t layers. The original plot was more like little hunks of Vlen-, Its 'vaauum onto fish.(, ana'' from Mexico. .

behind a retaining wall only a na sausage preserved in oil Wilford Croft, district director .

few feet above sea level. When Not to be outdone, since I worms.A clever creature is the ,squid for Alachua' Bradford, and I

County-owned public boat ramp at Lake Geneva is filled-in several this layer became full, it was had already paid out good But eat one? Union Counties, spoke:;>> in opposition .

hundred feet extending onto what is presumably State-owned lake bottom. Itself burled beneath a thick American", money for this tidbit, I'm afraid I did! to the proposed) con.
layer of earth, and another, I put a little on a soda cracker solldation of .counties Bradford Rainfall for September of 1969
higher wall was built to retain and munched away. To tell the NEXT WEEK: Back in Jack County Commissioner J. M. topped the 50 year average in

We're in favor of conservation as mud and muck from the bottom of the new part. Each layer, in truth. It was delicious, tasting sonville, believe It or not. (Buck) Norman ,also spoke Bradford County by almost five

much as the next guy. Lake Johnson (disturbing heaven only briefly In opposition to the inches. I

We want to preserve our fish, and knows how many fish breeding measure. Fifty year average is 1.97

frogs, and alligators because we realize grounds) and filling in white) sand. A UF Animal Scientist ExplainsThe Brain Damaged Bradford It waa Farm reported Bureau that closedIts the Inches for September. Up to 8 I,

they're all a part of nature's plan, and private individual would be "nipped in year on September 1 with a.m. Sept. 29, 6.61 Inches of

if one part is missing then it might the bud" if he should attempt the same Youth Missing 374 membsr-famlles: the largest rain had fallen on the county'
Rise In The Price Of Beef during the month.
the balance of
upset the whole, with thing. InstitutionA membership in its history.

.who knows what devastating effects. Yes, we're all for conservation From !Members attending the sup- During the week that ended

But we think the administration of but not double-standard per also voted on nine direc- Monday, county-wiJe:! average
a conserva- cuts of beef prepackaged
almost such
Floridians are eating as brain damagedman' tors for the new These rainfall 1.37 Inches with
conservation practices should be doneon 21-year-old year. was ,
tion where set of rules is individually -
one appliedto 60 to in cellophane,
twice as much beef-from Court will :be .counted later
ballots '
son of an Appellate 1.30 Inches falling at New Rlv-
a fair and equal basis the old the State and County, and another 109 pounds per person per yearas weighed and priced so the Judge in Illinois is missing and officers for the year will er Tower, 2 inches at Lewis|,

rule of what's sauce for the goose is more stringent set is written for they did in 1951. But they- consumer can pick it up and and could be In this area, according be elected from .among the new Hill Tower and .80 inches at .

sauce for the gander. the unhappy owners of lakefront pro- 're spending Isss of their in- look at it. The consumer also to a letter from his directors at the meeting on Santa Fe Tower.
Apparently, this isn't being done at perty.A come for beef than they did In pays for other items, like shopping father which was sent to October 7.

the present time. fish deprived of its spawning 1951, a University of Florida in an air-conditioned store Sheriff P. D. Reddish:. A. H. (Lonnie) Harley Jr. Is Number of forest fires In the

For instance the State has animal scientist says. and trading stamps. The man, whom his father completing his third term as county has shown a significant
stoppedat grounds is a fish deprived of its spawn- Price of isteers In April and We ship in 80 per cent of the "a gentle- decrease during this
least describes as perfect president of the Bradford Farm year.
two fill-in operations by pri- ing grounds, no matter who does the May of this year was $33 a beef we consume in Florida. mand and perfectly harmless" Bureau. F. L. Watterson Is in From Jan. 1 to Sept 21}, 1963,

vate individuals in the Keystone dirty work. hundred-the same price cat- This ,amounts to an expenditure wandered! away from a rehab- his seventeenth year as secre- 128 fires burned 930 acres

Heights area on grounds that they tlemen got for them in 1951. In of $186 million dollars at the :illtion center In :the East on tary treasurer During the same period this

were disturbing fish breeding grounds, 1951, the American consumer farm or about on "-haf] billion \Sept 3. Among the Farm Bureau's year, 73 fires consumed 421.1
cent of his incomefor dollars at the store Dr. Cunha
et cetera. spent 3.3 per If anyone should see William accomplishments during the acres.
beef. Now he spends 1.1 per said. Bill) Moran, who is six feet No fires were reported from
The same rule, it seems, should apply If cattlemen used better ( past year was the purchase of
the
of his income for
to the public boat and bath- cent efficient tall has blue eyes and brown ten folding tables aDd 50 chain Sept. 22 to Sept. 29.!
ramp same amount of beef- or one- breeding and more he
crewcut
hair worn In a ,
ing beach at the little town of Lake third as much. production practices, Florida should notify the sheriff. j .. ... .

Geneva where Clay County has Since 1951 the cost of producing could raise all of its own beef. In the letter Judge George ,- --- 1ICiI:
filled in some two or three hundred s di beef has risen 125 per cent, Dr. Curha is convlnc d. The Moran said: "Bill was so badly -

feet out into the lake with little regard while per capita income has increased average Florida cattleman injured in an automobile acci- _. .
150 cent. But cat- raises 40 pounds of beef per
for the per dent about four years ago that
happy breeding groundsof ,
At the Beef Cattle Research -
tlemen !still get the same price acre.
fish, alligators, frogs, or what have N/fpNS4YS/ for cattle as they did in 1951, Unit at the Universityof he However was he not has expected to this to date live. <

you.Although _I, I---'S 1l END ._1 Dr. Tony J. Cunha, chairmanof Florida scientists are pro- made a remarkable recovery ;.
the State claims the lake ;N the department of Animal ducing 400 pounds of beef per except that some of his primary t\\\

bottom in Geneva up to the high watermark 1 *aiela Science, says. acre or 10 times as much, Dr. functons! such as his recent ;$; W-
doubt The price of beef has gone Cunha said. and ability to
we seriously that the Clay: memory
1' up Dr. Cunha readily agrees"' find directions, have been severely
County Commission obtained a per- t d An American can buy more
but it had not risen in propor- "
mit from the State before starting meat with one hour of work impaired.
tion to the Income has
way
this fill-in operation than anyone else in the world. "Our most distressing prob 8aatinRjr
although ,Ott
gone up'Why An American can cbtaln! 37 lem 1 Is this. Bill's doctor tellsus
Corporation has been summarily halted has the price of beef increased ounces of meat, an Englishman that In his present condi L

from filling in its property on Santa recently? The increased gets 18, the Frenchman tlon Bill would tend to walk

F.e. : ". demand and the scarity of 7, and the Russian 4 ounces of and walk aimlessly, never
Again apparently the State'doesnot beef this Spring shot up beef meat hour of work. knowing exactly where he was
practice what it The 9 prices to the 1951 price l level; per going. In all probability be Lynn Hamilton: of Southern lJarin@There'

preaches. ,".. an all time high, the animal
'- "Just think we can buy nine would not hitchhike, but he
beautiful beach one fast to Increase ,
at Gold Head Branch scientist points out. way your family boating tun.Don't
I'If..Y-N.. York I ra.. times as much meat as the would accept a ride if one was walt for the traditional Memorial Day to
getthe
State Park was created by digging out But relief from these prices opening
'Remember Me? Russians with one hour of offered him and he would ride season started. Launch early.

for beef has already occuIT d. work. This is a wonderful tri- In any direction the ride was Once you kick the "Memorial Day habit" you'll "eeh.it
The With 16 per cent more cattleon bute to the American farmer," offered. S'nce we do not have good sense early season boating make Although temperature
Bradford County /l--- feed now, beef will be more Dr. Cunha gild. the faintest idea where Bill is are sometimes cool you can lick this by dressing ptoperly. It

TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED plentiful next year, and in turn "Rather than condemn the at this time we are asking the isn't necessary to battle near freezing:; temperature. advtseathe
-::--.:-- prices for beef will fall Dr. sheriffs in the different coun- Evlnrude News Service, but there are many balmy Spring
farmer should be thankfulfor
c Cunha we days when boating U a real
; O II. says. The farmer will pleasure.
ties where lie wander to
1879 the fact that the U. S. consumer may
':;:: $ receive considerably less than be 'on the look-out for him. Early season launching is
the least amountof
the 1951 prices he was gettingfor spends Just the answer for the overanxious wa made to .'r.l.r.'u'U
/ father said that Bill
GedheBitla \: beef. He is already receiving his income for food than The angler and this description have your favorite cruising
2 to 3 dollars less per hun- anyone In the world. Only 17 "will respond respectfully to : flu just about every- waters all to yourself No congestion -
M.MaeaFLORI I In everything God works dred than he did this Spring. per cent of his income goes for any of your questions and I one who owns r fishing rod. to worry about Just
with those who love food whereas the world aver- am sure he will tell you his In many areas March. April you a finely tuned outboard
644 ssASSO for good "Beef is the prestige, num- age is 60 cent-or almost name and where he lives." and May provide the hottest purring alongand the feelingof
him.-(Rom. 8:28). ber one food item. We have per action of the year. A good example Spring all armmJ. Sound
TON I Let us have an open, receptive gotten used to paying a certain 314 times as much. In 1952, we is the season openingon good? Well believe. me It is.

attitude, and feel just a price for meat however, and spent 32 per cent of our in- Every time we pull troops largemouth and striped What's true on the water,
little curious as to what our when it increases we rebel." come for food.Therefore out oj Vietnam the enemy bass. These battlers start hitting goes double for tne land.

I will be. Go to he says. However, we are payIng the American far- toy it it an act of aggrtuion. early. Another prize Is Boating-camping buff: won't
good for today the walleye when It starts Us have to advance
Maybe if too got out entirely' worry about
two and three times as
mer has! had a great deal to do .
with keen annual run.For
meet good a reservations crowded -
your much, and even more for cer- with our high standard of liv they'd' surrender.An campgrounds
E. L. MATTHEWS. KaJterPuMIsowrPublished I awareness that the action ofGod's the angler who enjoysthe and just too many
tain items now as comparedto ing because ws have so much solitude of a quiet lake people to really enjoy the
each Thursday art soured m Selod. Spirit within us is pow 1951 and this fact doss not more of our Income to spendon angry heckler shouts at Spring carries a special bonus. feeling "roughing It."

Class Matter at he Pat Office at SUrto, Fieri** erful, wise, loving and har- make headlines. Items other than food. Let's Congressman Sludgepump While most boatmen are talking fost boatmen are camera

Whir Act of March lid, UTt.AikMrlplloa !. I monious. As we trust the Spiritof Other reasons the price of thank rather than spank him "Everybody knows what you about the coming season.you'U bug and this should be standard -

In ttaoe areas 1 year II."> OuteUe God at work in us, we will beef has gone up at the storesIs as has ben the case lately because .re." To which the statesman osau be hauling In the bigCruising equipment on any early
trade 1 M.U I certainly meet with what is, or because of the built-in maid 'beef prices rose to 1951 replies, "well, it least I'm notcontroversial. season adventure. Everything
area enthusiasts
I year I will be, our very highest good services the consumer gets. levels" Dr. Cunha says. ." also And that Spring boating will seem winter's to come sleeo.alive after along

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i HAMPTON i Mns.Mrs.Jones Tedroe.Thursday.and Mrs. Cannon la Tie Ddlvlol ; Section 886.09. TO CnBDITORS eeand.Ku fop Executrix
.. I of Branford spent the Ida 'In A d 'OW' Br-atord No. OOtt Statute, will register. with the All creditor of. the KMate ofheabedeeesead "..n F. ShowEUOKNB First Publication September;
tr Flo'ldCMC Court In as
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: weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. In RE Petition of Del herabrBnotl F. SHAW
By >ttrgr :
D. E. >OUt B. Flower. and tor Duval County Florida are 143 Wart Call t-25 it 101Rudd
Row
and Street
E. Starling.! Flowers upon receipt of proof of publication fled and required to fife any Stark Florida. e.
Terryl ble W"-' of this notice, the flctl- claim or demand which theymay
.1 ORGANIZES Mr. and Mrs. Benny NOTICE
to-wlt CRESTVIBW --
Plant Iwo :
City became name h
the bridef Mr. TO Lsoais l Parry .*'' unknown Offlcs of thaldCovntY -
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The and son Earl of Starke. MOBILE HOMES under which
Hampton 4-H Club, met : In the
Akira
Suwa Frailer Perry
Monday, Sept. 22. ito organize 22. The wedding Monday.and reception Sipt. and Mrs. Tommy Nettles and dtlriw.* unknown.You Arntu the umberengl.lII"ed/8 NorthalnTempleAvenue Judge, of In Bradford the Courthouse County, FiorIda at Gas Water :
that Heaters
for the coming year. The next were held at the Maranaha daughter Cindy of Lake Butler, above-Are named Notified Petitioner. Dee le In the city of Starke Btartce, Florida within six calendar ff '
Florlda
meeting Is scheduled for Monday Baptist ChUM in Brandon. and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Starling Flower and Row* B. Flowere.hi. That ,.the party Interested Inaald Dllratl ntotat.ano-
Oct. and son Ketch of 'Tennecee *- wife, have tiled a Petition bulne enterprlee l. as the first D -demand :'
6. immediately after The bride formerly lived In In the above styled court for the fire Bach claim or ; heats water 3 times faster!
and Mrs Roy writing and must
school In the old school buildIng. Hampton and attended school visited Mr. adoption of the minor child "QUALITY MOBILE nOME must be In of residenceand 'f
the place :
tate
and
Interested, Starling over the weekend.Mr. named In that Petition you BBOKKR3. INC. addree of the
young peopleAre here and BHS In (Starke. She Is and post oflflce
commanded to be aDDenroBBhand
CARNIVAL invited to attend. a graduate of Plant City High and family. and Mrs.of Gainesville Colen Ratltff visit. are ourihow awsrwhyth. >D. C. Allen Pre g-as ft ?_? claimant the claimant and must his be agent worn or toby ,.:;&,{ Rivers Of Hot Water At ;
PLANS
MADE! School. should not b. granted hi. attorney or It will become ,
AT FIRST PTA MEETING PERSONALS oed Mrs. Irene Ratllff Sunday. ; Petition olherwlee a lodgment maybe In Tlte Countr Jud...'. Court void. according to nw. if LOW LOW COST
Plans for the Mr. .and Mrs. Mike Peeples entered against :you, BranlnV7ffn'.idmPyUhand *- Of Bradford CoamtT. Florida.a Fay L.SCHOENEMANN.Rrhnenemann: E.- ,
forthcoming Mr. and Mrs. Tom Paladino ( Probate No. FAY U
i PTA Carnival were announced are the parents/ of a son, Stacy of Hampton were Sunday' visitors 1 ::: and the, Beat In Re: Estate o-f Iabel Mary erntrlx: : of the Esters of IsabalW&D i
by the chairman. of Mr. and Mrs Jimmie R. of the Court at Starke. Bradford r Pav F From YourUtility
Ruth Dean born
Meng. Tuesday Sept. 23: County Florida. tht 11 t r.lt
at the first meeting of the at the Smith Sunday 1999. .
new University Medical Cen day LS.Pt.mber. II,
Mrs. Mattle'Davta la visiting : Savings'PURCHASED ,
faU term held (
September
ter
24 In In Gainesville. Mr. and
!her son Ralph and family of Charles: A. Darby, TRACTOR ,
Hampton Elementary School. Mrs. A. H. Perry are grand Clerk Of The Circuit' Oourt8Y SALES
Festivities will begin about 5 parents. Palatka this week. : Virginia' F. Darby. !i I FOR :
Clerk
Mrs. Jessie Hall and Mr. Deputy
p.m. Saturday Oct. 25. Prizes Jerry Brown and Randy Hay. Elsie 8. Sander I I
will be awarded for the pret N have been transferred from Hampton and Mrs. Lesley were recent Jones,visitors all! of HI Starke Weet Florida Call Street. 81091 Box 75 LaCrosse.. Flu. Ph. Alachua 4622628 $2.00 Per Month ,/:
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fleet ugliest and most original Parris Island. S. C. to Camp Attorney tar Petltlonere OLIVER TRACTORS .
of Mr. and Mrs. Jones here. o ]e +t 10-r
costumes. There will be horse Lejeune. N. C. with the U. S. on Economical Slade. Gas
10 DIFFERENT :
back riding country store Marine Corps. HtADBNAM LAW SIZES J
food. and Notice Under Fletltloue" N*.e Implements Sidewinder !Mowers CALL NOW
many interesting Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker + + ( Rolland .
I booths. A Shetland pony will be visited!) Mrs. Parker's relatives Medical authorities deny that Law Notice. In hereby fiver that Transplanters Cole Planters John .

given away at the close of the In Montgomery. Ala. from Sun- a new wonder capsule makes the underslimed. pureuant Statute"..to. SLADE' GAS 332 W. MADlSQN
I carnival about 8 p.m. day to Wednesday last week. people feel younger. The only .t'"p-'I: ; ; <>tlt .s aseSsmenfed Nama Dy l lIorlda. Blue Ezee Flow and Others. PHONE 964-7701 :

i Mrs. Meng will be assisted. while :Mrs. Parker was on vacation way to do that is to avoid 1' SBII. 'Of TRACTOR
'I I In arrangements by Mr. and from her work at Sun- overindulgence and mirrors. Ch..pter Florida.1KJ51.. 'No.. and.28160.by Law.Chapter> REPAIRS on ALL MAKES MODELS
Mrs. Harold Waters. land. '

i I Mrs. Joyce Collins PTA Mrs. Juanita
', president Pearsall !Is hav
conducted the business fag a new room added to the

session and Principal Lennard family home. The old front

Register introduced the faculty porch was torn down, and en- T

personnel who were in 100 per closed room built In its place. ARIVlYNAVY '

cent attendance. Connto Clark Mir and Mrs. Volney Wall of ,
assistant superintendent ate Keystone Heights were Sunday ,

Bradford High School was also visitors at :the E. L. Dirt home. DISCOUNT STORES %

introduced.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Blrt are living /

Register announced that In a trailer on their farm property [QSar

199 students were enrolled lathe while completing work on

school this term. Outdoor a new masonry home.

drinking fountains and kindergarten Mrs. George Williams, Joe re ,

playground equipment Wiggins, and Kathy Baker visited
are needed he said. An appeal !In. Jacksonville Sunday

I was also made for usable pants with Mrs. H. B. Wiggins.

for boys and girls to be left at Visitors here Monday at the FRIDAY i SATURDAY

the office for times of emer &eymour Bailey home were a1aHT3 elaEPVlO DI7COYNr elOelaanY1TV

gency. Inadequate parking their daughters' and grandson 1 fKr

facilities were also discussed.' from Orlando and grandson

Approximately 40( parents at from GalnesvUle. s

tended this interesting, meet Mrs. Charles Hicks spent last

lnl{. It Is hoped that future Thursday with her parents! Mr.
PTA meetings will be even better and. Mrs. J. L. Dykes. In Gain ri YOUR CHOICE!
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attended In order to assist esville. helping to celebrate Q A.e 'rrrr" "' 30 bags to .pkg. FREEZER BASWEATER OR ELECTRIC '.Itl!!!' .1/s .

I the faculty in giving the children Mr. Dykes' birthday. VAN '
the best possible educa Madonna :Meng. daughter of ;;Q, CHARCOAL LIGHTER ,

tion.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng. : ::: WYCK ,'.:",fjl/, 'Yw' BAGS t4 ;'t %

Dolores Meng HamptonPTA and Carolyn Meng, daughter' of ; /lf,,"rr rfil 7r, l Pint or quart site required No starter fluid I 11H u}t'it'a 1{,tt:;

correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng began '' ''r ELECTRIC y'X11+ ba s with ties '+ t
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classes liiilt
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Deborah Gall Carter daugh Ipfra thla wool_ r'r'tYyN CAN OPENER :/r yiG 1 Sweater bags i and plug ty g PACKAGE OF A t'ti,1' ;
pauiLOtt : .. ,:: : are heav r dot r Nigh Impact ll', l I r t ,;
ter of Mrs. : S ,
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:Mary Carter of son of Mr. and ;l; 'r; f'"l: d vinyl with plastic handle fhl, t'
Mrs. F. P. lUrtt. will take his ;:.:.rr,r, Opens any site or 1.Y -',. Lipper 1,tt't, "Soft and absorbent i}":t
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Charolais calf to show at the ;r tr": shape can, heavy : r LIMIT 1 ,, ,: a' Large. 14" X 26" m\\\v\\

Calf Scramble- the Bradford +r r' 1 duty geared teeth, '' EACH Assorted color to g

1 County fairgrounds .October 10. .err:..(;1? r floating cutting* :''+''i' .- e{ / a package +iii..

He won the calf at the 1968 ,..:. wheel r r ( k \. 1: ip;
scramble.
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CHURCH NEWS Seamless stretch .1 "' Nylon in i'i'I.popular colors with I. i V Strong beam light

I WARNING The GA'a had: their weekly nylon in fashion \. "i'.21"m colors side zipper Rolled I t Uses 2 "0" batteries

meeting Tuesday. Sept. 23. The ,ti colors Sizes f- \..'\,!:,- jtls'34/g0 Sites 8/13 Easy grip edges handles / Great companion for
1/3 4/6X the outdoor men'!
PAR TUf owuEtt( introductory prayer was given ...;.:...- t
Lester. Scriptureswere
by Carmen
,(\ read and discussed after I
The tMiwt fer Iou, I
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il.<..*e Is .e'.. which the business meeting i I r 1 r

urthen/ Hxrr wli'''4'rein> ..*..ieef and. was called to order. New business ?r:!' ff
let .......... Hme eon.tr was. the discussion of Hal
(-. .ei" Inpn lur Mrii ky
'Jlc'r CHICK UP. ion. the meeting was dismissed MEN'S S FAMOUS NAME SNEAKERS ocK srF
tars i Inclvtfn a ..ml 1.r* rn.
rseerbe: 't ywt rBfry by Cathy Lefevers. Refreshments iI s ,. INDOOR /OUTDOOR
lr .llmki *r frere IMf. errrule were served by Mrs. .: Rated No. I by the pros, famous loose III
er frtn and racem.mtnmmllaiM I ,I II ,. "L
ter the pro**. Merel Starling fit lining, full cushioned Innersole ROOM iIZE RUGS E x 11K
lion t.uMtierr dens'r. Graham Baptist Church Nonskid sole, sizes 6/14 ill
There .It emaooM Slain A
.. >l.*. ae rat eMge y..ir. ir..fhlin .II.ne would like to announce that its ,, / q4 fade resistant-
<. to the *.etit* ml Homecoming a big success. C" IIIIII r I I i Q I !W
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.. ,leiiirenf. Fred Dodd was the guest I I r mildew- /
for rMir erefietien.Hit services I 1 / 1 I i l I
speaker. After church NationallY -, i r r r : rot and ,
there was dinner on the uv/N/ waterproof
(IHSPICTIOH4V r sold at 9.95 a eOpM
grounds followed by a Gospel loll
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SAPPSTREE VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Ortagus and LADIES'* GYM SNEAKERS r r 8 INCH HEDGE SHEARS

Sturdy duck uppers, cushioned
Mike and his wife Sharonof
SURGEONS eon innersole, nonskid sole I I Rubber grips on metal handles
Jacksonville visited with
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Phones 376.1766372.9S3d& & Mrs. Kate Starling. l 1 White A Black, 5/10 Give your ya'd that neat* professional

GeraldIne Taylor of Gainesville
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J03J N W 6*' STRUT spent the weekend with ..t
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Mrs. Russell Starling of High

Springs scent the day with

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GR. BEANS 5/$1. S I '

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CORN........ 5/$1. ASTOR ALL GRINDS LB.
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6 01 SUNNYLAND Voc Poc Spiced Luncheon,Solomi or Horn& VALUABLE/ THIS COUPON 99c
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CHEESE...............49' WHILE THEY ,
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For Mrs. Ackerman

-CITIZENSThirtyfive Mra. Anna M. Ackerman, 76.

r v.. .. of Route 2. Starke, died Thursday -
morning, Sept 25 at her
years is a long home on U.S. 301 north. She
time-almost the working per was born In Chicago, Ill. March
iod of) the average person's 15, 1893 and had lived in Starke
life. In 1934 the Social: Security since 1948. At the time of her
unemployment act was Passed her husband
death she and ,
and the American people entered
Fred J. Ackerman operated a
economic era. Henceforth :
a new
Lake.
Kingsley
grocery store the "poor farm" and the Besides her husband she !la CHURCH tAWTKY. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

stigma of) unemployment receded >survived ''by two sons, John J. CONGREGATIONAL BOLINESII CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School: 10 ajn. Morn- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
into the past. This was a 'Murray of Seattle, Wash., and CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS tog Worship 11:15.: tf or sing Worship and Communion log Worship, 11 a, m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth
good law passed by Congressand Dale C. Murray, Crown Point Sunday School 10 ajn.. 416 East Call St. Might: service 6:30.: Highway Sunday Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship! 8 p. m. Choir..Pract1c -
headed by President Ind.: 14 grandchildren, and six Worship Service. 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: 135. northwest of Lawtey.-Her.' .enjices, 6:00.: Meeting 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
Roosevelt. Since that time, great-grandchildren. Evening Service, 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacra R. L. Bennett pastor : Wednesday Worship service '7 -Rev. J. C. Hestem. pastor Rev, Robert D. Buroh
there has been much controversy Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer >>
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral anent 11:15.: p. ni. Minister Jack P. Bell
but within all we have *eUag Monday Primary 4:30 MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL;
Home Is In charge of arrangements : p.m PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
slowly progressed bringing Thursday Night. Prayer Kgt.oIDa' Tuesday MIA 7:30: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
: which will be by? ore 1_ p.m. Sunday Cohort. 10 a. m. Morning
working American Into in Church 7:3: p.m. Highway 100-A
every mation. Wednesday Relief Society Worship, 11 *. m. Pro-Ser CHURCH Sobool, 11:00 a. m. Morning
the fold of) social insurance. Youth service. Friday algal 7:30: p.m. Schedule. of services: Sunday Worship. 6:00: m. Training
Medi- 7:10: vices (Booster Band: Young p. Sunday School, 10 am. MornIng -
After many years, the p.m. -Dean Hansen School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor&hrp Union 7:00 Evening Worship. -
despitethe Homecoming Set Ivy Luke Paste People, and Prayer Service). 6. : p. m. Worship, 11. Training Un-
Act passed
care was Branch President 10:45: B. m. Training. union. .
the p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m ion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship,
terrific opposition' Association of) For October 5 SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Midweek Service Wednesday .. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:3U: Prayer Ser 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting' ,

American Medical BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY" 7:30: P. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D, 715.{ Mld-Week Prayer.Service.Wednesday vices 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8 p.m. Rev. Don Drawdy,
this act wasa
though At Grace
Baptist
even
great boon to the retired 633 w. Pratt St. Sunday ser BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor) 7:43: p. m. nlgbt! -1:00: p. m. Family night Pastor .

workers who had reached 65 Homecoming services will be vices: Sunduy School 10 a. m S. 301 North, behind Ta.* -
years of age. observed at Grace Baptist Preaching' 11 a. m, Training! tee Frees Drive In. Sunday Syti'4r
Things then began to move Church on Sunday. Oct. 5. Union 3:45: p. m.. Evening Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Service II ?

fast, hospital medicine and which will be the 25th anniversary.of 7 p. m. Everyone welcome 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer 1j
Doctors' fees increased rapid the church -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. W 1;

ly. These situations could have Organized in 1944 as the -Leroy OUve pastor: E. L.
with It alarming rises St. Marks Episcopal !riff! .s, associate pastor. 1
brought : Boatdraln Baptist Church, the .
(Sunday Services GOD
in the cost of living. With In. name was changed- to Grace A move to worship ::)
creasing prices In goods and Baptist in 1938. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST' ::.:: -I 1
10 t
services the whole economic: The day will also mark the 11 a.m.a.m. Family Church School Service Htehway.J23v: N9.rthWt\ wt! in His HOUSE is a

process became: unreasonablefor first service for the new pastor Uwtey. Sunday School,19a *
Holy Eucharist
the 30 million disabled and Rev. Don Drawdy who comesto 1st and 3rd Morning Worship, 11:15.ySun- :: a 1
elderly people. Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service. MOVE in the
Starke rom Augusta, Ga. tnd 4th Sundays. 6:30.--Rev.: cj
Inflation was not caused by Dinner will be served folow- R. L. Bennett! pastor Sf

the senior citizens. We, as a Ing the morning worship service -

whole are only the "fall guys" with singing scheduled in METHODIST FIRST UNITED CHURCH CHURCH; OF GOD I RIGHT DIRECTION I
caught in the gigantic squeeze
the afternoon.
ot runaway prices while we Sunday), Oct. 5 Church 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. i
All former and members
static pastors ) School, 9:45: a.m.: Observanceof Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
look with dismay on our
as well as local friends, Services 11 and 7:30 ,
m. :
World-Wide Communion 11 a. p.
diminishing power. ability of purchasing are' invited to join in these ser a.m.; MYF Snack Supper, 6p.m. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30P. : To attend Church' the first step in finding God.:0::.

The 7 per cent increase offered vices. .; MYF Meetings, 6:30: p. m/-Rev. Chester J. Shotippe"; continue in the right direction
is to
by President Nixon seemed m.; Evening Worship Film, pastor. y To attend regularly ;:",

like a moronic! Joke. The recent "Faith In Revolution," 8 p.m.; :. to understand
change to 10 psr cent in how can they. In many cases MYF Fireside, 8:30.: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH and gives one an opportunity
our social security payments", Is living on $600 to $1,000 per Monday Oct 6 Girl! (Highway 100 At Tliere&sa) make
incredible: because before we year? Scouts, 3:15 p.m. Sunday School-10 a. m. God's' will in his life. Now is the time to your a

get this advance, the cost of It is Ironic that we can Tuesday, Oct. 7 WSCS Ex- Morning Worship-11 a. m. I to God 'c.:
living will have consumed this spend billions! of dollars on a ecuive Committee Meeting, Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p.in. move. Choose the way that will lead you
devastating war in Vietnamand Evening Woi ship-7:15: p. m.
:increase and more, so we end 9:30: a.m.; WSCS General MeetIng -
up In the same old rut. In return receive only 10 a.m.; Organ Fund Bene Wednesday Night Prayer Services .. Attend Church / ;.;.
Fear and confusion )Is the hardship and sorrow to the fit Steak Supper, 6:30: p.m. -7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle
present condition of the senior parents wives and children of Wednesday, Oct. 8 WSCS Packham, pastor I j ..)

citizen who for many years the killed and wounded. Spiritual Growth Retreat at this world a d
ihas been looking forward to Trips to the moon and: other Camp Oleno; Prfayer Meetingand FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD The Church i is God's appointed agency in and f

"growing old gracefully." ButAsk proposed planets are wonderful Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. OF STARKE :::: for spreading the knowledge of His love for man by r } ,,
achievements but ore questionable Thursday, Oct. 9 Chancel West Weldon St. and Raiford n of His demand far man to respond to that lo.ve r
economically. Further Road. % Without this grounding in the ,_ 3
Choir Rehearsal, 7:45: p.m. loving his neighbor.
more, the proposed supersonicjet Rev. DeWltt T, Farabee. jr.. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. : ,. love of God no government or society or way of life }
hold
planes, at a cost of more 11:00: : and the freedoms which we
Pastor. 1 in. Morning Worship; > "
::: will long persevere
billions of dollars, can: only : / from 1 4k
,
-\::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: ti:: dear will inevitably perish. therefore, even
the few who can affordIt so Church :
serve (MADISON STREET p. m. Evangelistic' Services. : of view one should support the :
but will be paid for by our i a selfish point :
BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midweek ,the welfare of himself and his tarn.y.Beyond :
>A taxes. These plane will cause Sunday School 9:45: : Morn Pray enMeeting.. ;:: for the sake of should uphold f..

havoc in their flight over landon ing Worship\ 11. Youth Choir Pastor: .T. E. OWerIII.:1LDROSS >:' that, however in the Church every because person.it tells the truth i
the nerves of the people Practice, 4:30.: Youth Fellowship and participate the truth which ?
and damage to property within Supper, 5:45.:; Training Union, ::y1:: about mar', life death and destiny; child of God. ::
a 50-mile radius.Congressman 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15.: : BAPTIST ::: alone will set him free to live as a :

Charles Ben Evening Worship, 7:30.: CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16' N. r: -.='

CI1 nett stated that at least a 15 Wednesday RA, GA, Sun Sunday School 9:43: 'a. mMornuiEr i.:':e i C.I..... Ad', 3"r ::"
per cent Increase In social security 'beams, YWA, WMS, and Bro : : Worship 11. Training ;:} E*#
is n. dire need and added therhood meetings, all at 6:30.: Union 0:30: p. m. Evening Service : <<
E. that this bill will be the third Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Church 7:30: MicVveek Prayer Ser ::.1 ti'' 'a. oa t\>, ull:'ga ;y:;:
most important pieces of legis- rice 730.: :'C i ,
Choir Practice, Deacons Meet. : ?, .
Johns lation to before Congress Rev. L. Pastor ,.. @
corns 8:30. -- Tommy Howe 1c 1\
ing, :
.
this Wilbur E: ;.,
during session. Thursday Church Visitation '.... .) ,
About This Question: !Mills chairman of the powerful 7 p.m. GIUIIABAa: >TlS1'CHURCH -c.:) :1$.' I
Ways and Means Committee Denton Sumrall, pastor Sunday School, 10 a': m. Mora- :::., w'4 >' W' .:.:' ,I
has agreed that a 15 per inn: Worship; 11 .a. m. and*7 9in. ,.., '""'"''"'"".' :! "' 'W'/Nd w <
"Our business office is cent increase Is a must FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .-- Rev Fred Johns, pastor L! 1fi"" if iFiaiiis.; it i QJ 1 ... '' 'iii' r i "trir". ;; ii ii;,; ;j.pi. iii .WWii"iif"" f>..> :::1:

exposed to many risks: whereas formerly his grip on STARKE e* '''"IIU'.iiI.iiI..Q.Q.QMi.UU:4' : Jj. "Jflt.-1..i :.:-
MEW JUVER BAPTIST
destruction of our building the purse of social security and .
Sunday Brotherhood meeting
Sunday School 10 'a. m. Morning
medicare payments prettY'snug. : .
and equipment by fire, was and ,breakfaistt 7:30: a.m. Worship, 11 a. in. Training '
wind or explosion, and the Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning Unlcu. 7 p. m. Evening Worship) e-: :: ,
loss of earnings during A front page article In Satur- Worship, at 11; sermon, "Launch 8 p.- m. Wednesday night ser ,. ::::
such business interruption day's Florida Times-Union Out Into the Deep" Training vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel M ij

theft or loss! of mon caused a flurry of telephone Union, 6:15. Evening Worship come-I,. L. Parker, pastor. }
; calls on the proposed $8 hike 7:30: ; sermon 'Enoch, the !
ey and valuable papers, beginning Jan. 7, 1970 for hos- Man Who Walked with God." FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH : HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE
liability for injuries on the pital stays. This is a worrisome Monday Trustees meeting Sunday Service: Sunday FAULKNER *.;.c

premises. Is the new OF. thought to all of us on a fixed 5 p.m. Deacons Meeting at School, 9:45: 0.. m. Morning Worship 1:f ':
FICE PACKAGE POLICY income. Morgan Road Chapel, 7. Youth 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser- GULF SERVICE SERVICE : I

from the Charley E. John; -Joe Kerrigan. Choir Practice, 7:30.: vice, 4:30: p. m. Midweek Service Bill Edwards Ph. 984-7231 I
Agency the answer to oui Tuesday WMU Council Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. AND Carl Hunt Phone 964-6111
THOMAS: REUNION Meeting, 10:30.: a.m. WMU pro -Charles Reese, minister Tire TrulngHeadlight ::..
multiple risks?
AT MIDWAY CHURCH gram, 11:15.: Covered Dish U-HAUL RENTALS
Adjusting
BAYLESSHIOHWAT
E. The Thomas Reunion will be Luncheon, 12 noon Business CaftXRCHByttday .;
Charley Choir BAPTIST Truck Trailer Brake Service
Meeting, 1230.: Carol
held Sunday, Oct. 12, at Mid
way Church In Union County. Practice, 3:35.: Children's Choir School W s.m. Pra.colng Complete' Lubrication Wheel Balance and
JOHNS AGENCY :A basket dinner will be servedat Practice, Junior GA, 4:30.: : Services at 11. Training Minor Tune Alignment :
-Ups
I 1 pm. FrlenJs of the familyof Wednesday-Prayer Meeting, Union, 6 p.m lveaksg Service. :
131 So. Walnut St. the late George and Sarah 7:30.: Church Choir Practice 7;, Midweek Prayer' Meettn*. 1011 N. Temple Avenue _u.. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ..::.
Phone 964-5070 !Dowling Thomas are urged to 8:15.Thursday: Wednesday. 7:30.: (Everyone wet.come. --
Attend Visitation, 7:30.: Rev. George J:. Crowefl. PHONE 964.5899 AD Minor Repair

W A. Hogan pastor. pastor. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke I

STARKE BUILDERS
HAAIP10N: CHRISTIAN Htway 301 and 100 }

It'll take more .CUURCII SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
than wisdom- Worship at 11.: Evening w Featuring Ace Hardware tlO S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET' .
Worship 7:30.: Rev Carl
x Complete Paint Suppliesand .
money moreforhis Clarke, pastor. i Sporting Good AND COLD STORAGE I

FlllST BAPTIST CHURCH ? "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialise In Custom Slaughter- .
education r ? .
p HAMPTON: ins, Cutting and Wrapping-
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ?, 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep PreeN
Worship! at 11. Training r$ .
Union 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALE

Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followedby FLORIDA 24-Ft. Wide
choir: practice. Starke Nosing j Phon.964.7O59
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;:.
Home service 2:45: p. m. Also 12Ft. Wide
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

I MOBILE HOMES
CALVARY BAPTIST :: CONTROL .
Sunday School. 10 .'. m. Mora- r Gapes and TraYeltraller COUNTY .
log Wcu'skip, 11 a. m. Training:. ::1
Union 6:30 p. m. Evenkn Ser- ; a M CD. Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH
nee 7:30.: Prryer Meeting Wed-
iMssday, 7:30: p. m,.-Rev. R. K. :i.' and Lake Genera-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES
Starke Fla.Ftyoe .
Butler pualor.KINGSLEY 5* E. Call St. ,

LAKE BAPTIST I" 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS

Sunday School 9:30: ; Training f.tctiona and Estlmatee ADDING MACHINES
Union ,10:15: a.m.; Morning! BRADFORDABSTRACT

Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Worship .
So you'd better start saving here, with 8 p.m.; Prayer Meeting CO. EDWARDS

, 7:30: Wednesday WILLIAMSJEWELRY
1 safety plus interest right now. or Interim pastor, Rev Free Grocery and Mark*

next and every paydayl! Muoro. Bettor Scrrke For Tow "

Grocerlesi Meat Feed
Airpark B ,tM. Ctut Title Problem

Sunday School '::45 ajn.; MoraW Official Clam Rings GAS AND OIL
** '. MP. 11:00: s.m.: Even-! Keepsake DIamonds Abstract -
FLORIDAO.BAHK tag Worship, 7:00: p.m.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack aad GMyv Edward

.Pram Meeting and Bible$tudy. ntle IncaraBC U. S. 301 SeatStark..
7:00: p.m. Study on Book of 142 W. Call Si. Stark.. .
AT STARKE PMlms.' Nathan L. ModUa. 158 W. CaD -=: Ph. M44S81 PHONE M4-UU

Ptor., E9w701Ht( Welcome.The Phono 964.7064
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ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE. Inc.
CLAY
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ,

Owaed By ThoM W* Serve In Twelve Nwtlma FUrldaHe. **lag OnvUenben Ltre JMtorElectrically"
One of 30 Bank .of the_Florida Rational, Group kindergartner down
the street walked out of > -=.Fad..e .....hU-Pfce -47-49ll I II

I mmmmmn mmmi mmm is school Irrelevant., claiming that sandpile

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You Are Hereby Notified that In The Circuit. Court Eighth ,
an action for divorce tins been Juillclnl Circuit Of Klorl.10 I.A.d entered airainsc you tor tne relief probate In this oourt. you are
News: About filed against demanded In the complaintor hereby commanded within six: To. All Creditors Had PreemieIlavln.r
you Hay Thompson Vow llrmlforil County : (C'lnflm or DemondeAgnlaet First publication 10-2-69 I
petition.I calendar dateof Drawer 1228, ,
Plrklti. 1128 E 10th Avenue CIVIL ACTION months from the 41 10-23 Oainesviue Klrr-
laid
Anchorage Alaska. and you are CASH 1VO. O1O WITNESS. my hand and the) the first publication of this You and each Kstntel of you are Ida. 82601, on or before Octobir
Colored Citizens required to serve a. copy of John Edward Thornton, Plaintiff a.ol of jiald Courton Septem'b"r notice to* appear In this Court hereby notified and required to 31, 1969, and file the original
In The Circuit Court Of Florida.KlKhtK
your written detention, I It any -vsGladys Elisabeth 18 1969. and show cause, If any you present any claims and demandswhich with the Clerk of this Court.
to It, on the plaintiffs attorney Pickett Thornton, Defendant. (SEAL) can why (the action of thin you or of Judicial Circuit: In AaulFor Court House, Starke Florida,
r I whose name and address NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTY Charles A. Darby Court In admitting said. Willto may nave.: asralnst IW.r tooui Bradford Count, FlorldnACTION 32091, either before service on
Is Box Starke.' As Clerk of said Court probate should. not: stand un- Lucretla H. Omen deceased late FOIL IMVOJtClfi Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately
1J.r.faGI'eedPrIY: I By Beulah 1\[. Moody to the CountyJudge CASE: NO. eta
!NOTICE I the orfgtnalwith TO Gladys Elizabeth PIckett of said County thereafter: otherwise a
the clerk of the above : A. Doputy Clerk revoked.THrcnou A. YAWN of Bradford County Edward Graham, Plaintiff va default will be entered againstyou
Dell Chapter '168 'will meet styled court on or before October Thornton.You Are Hereby Notified that 9-26 4t 10.18 County Judge In And for Brad- Florida at his otlce In the court. Clara Mendel Canales. Uraham for the relief demanded" In
Thursday; night, at 8:09: ( In the 20, 11)09, otherwlHe a Judg- am action >for Divorce has been for County, Florida house of. ":,Ithfunrx: : :at calendar Starke.Florida Defendant NOTICE OF ACTIONTO thereafter the complaint said. or petition:
C. Phillip.Eugene shall
ment be entered Court TJy Betty cause -
may attains filed RtralnHt Gladys Elisabeth Jtn The County Jndirr's proceed
you
months from the time of flretclaim Clara MenUea Canales
Masonic Hall ; : Ex
on Brcwnlee Shaw Pane.Witness
st, you for the relief demanded in Plckett Thornton and youare Of Bradford County Florldn. F. notice. Each
(All members are asked to the complaint:: or petition.'Witness : required t.. serve a copy of In Probnte N... TSUOKNE! F. SHAW aorndemand shall' be in Qrahnm 1357 Interior Qulrlno Avenue my hand and seal of
hantl and the 142 Went Call Street amid Court this 21th day of 5ep-
my of Isabel MaryPernandca ,
your written defense" If any In Re Estate wrltlnsr and shall state the placeo ,
be Paranaiiue Rlso.1.
please: present and on time. pal of maid Court on September: to It, on the plaintiff's attorney Simpson Deceased. Starke, FkwldaAttorney reeldence and Pont office address Philippine Islands tember SEAL.fCharles) A. D., 1989.
22. 1889. whoso' name and NOTICE OF PROBATETo for Executrix: of the claimant and shall (
SCHOOL NEWS -SEAL) dress is Honorable" .: alt All Persons Interested In 9-25 4t 10.16iutl be sworn to bv the claimant, You Are Notified That been an filed action A. Darhy. Cleric! of
for divorce has
Charles A. Derby 203-205, N. Temiple Estate Of Said Decedent: his .Attorney, and any the Circuit Onurt, Kltrhth Judicial
The
Pierce .
All adults Interested in attending A* Clerk of said Court Avenue Starke Florida, 82091 You are hereby notified thata ... ed The Conntr agent I \'mhl or demand not so against you and you are required \ l'lIell't, In and For Bradford -
night classes. are ask- By Beulah 1\[. Moody and file the original with the written Instrument purporting Brradf County. Flor filed shall be void. administrator written to defenses serve a, If copy anv of to your Hur- County netilah, Florida'
ida. Julian M. Green As By M. Moody
As Deputy Clerk courton of Isabel
ed to register at the Vo-Tech 9-25 4t 10-16 clerk of the above styled 20, 1969 to be the Ln.Nt Will des In Probate.In of.the Instate of Ltuoretla ton T. Uouirlas, plaintiff* nt- As Deputy Clerk
October Fernandes Simpson .
before ;
or Mary Eetnte of Lneretla II.Grren Barton T. Douglas, lalntlff's attorney -
Center! evenings from 6 to 9:30.: ( _- 'otherwise.. a. Judgement may. be ceased has been, admitted. to .rei Ic*....... H. Green Deceaawl.rla whose address..Is P, O. -10-2 U 10-21

;For Information call 9G4-G150.( r--------- ----------.-----------.--- .
All girls Interested In Joining -. jFuu---- ------,--111I; !._____--------..
the Girl Scouts are ,asked to ,I II I -------,

meet at Greater Allen Chapel

AME Church :Monday, Oct. 6.

CHURCH For Information, NEWS' .call 9646683. i i i SIRLOIN I I I I'I


:Alt. Moriah. United Methodist: I I 1 FOOD II
Church Rev. 1_. J. >Perkins

Morning Pastor. Church service School at 11. The 10 rally a.m. I
II i iI
terminated on the second Sunday STEAKS I

.All members are askedto
please. cooperate with the I 10 I
effort II I FA I R

Pleasant Grove United Meth- I
Church will I I I I
odist begin servIces FOOD; FAIR
with Church School at 10( I I I JUAi, I
.a.m. Lovefeast 'and: Holy Com-
munion, 3 p.m. All Loyal members us DtP' \Of AORCUITUSI SUPERMARKETSOpen
I 1
I [)
are asked to cooperate $1 191 I I

'with the activity. U.$. CHOICE All Day
Greater Bethlehem Free Will IRIS BONELESS SHOULDER AND COUNTRY STYLEJ I I
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper ; ,
Williams pastor. Monday night II I I Iii
Choir No. 1 rehearsal, Tuesday Wednesday
,
night Choir No. 3 and Ushers' I I
Board No. 2 will meet, Wednes- FOOD FAIRQUALITY I 'II 1

,day, Prayer Meeting. Thursday II
night Story Hour at the Church. I I when Savings Count... II
Friday night Ladles Circle. I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE 1 1 '
Saturday night dinners will be ( = COUNT ON US! I II
sold from the kitchen.: All mem- ,I GRADED II
bers and friends are Invited to + U.S..1 I

{ool purchase at 9:30.a: ''dinner.All parents Sunday Sch are I U.S. CHOICE L B I II.1 ?Olt' CHOICE II PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU II III

Invited to send their children to I I ;4 WEDNESDAY OCT. 8th,1969.
Sunday School for: Bibe study. I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
!Worship service at 1:20.: I IIIWi4111 I I' i
The pastor and Congregation
iwlll Journey to Folkston, Ga.
to render service for Rev. Baker -

at Mt. Carmel: Baptist Chur- LEAN FRESHGROUND SLICED AZALEA PURE PORK
1/4
ch.The ALL MEAT
Men's Day program will HONEYNUTSAUSAGE
terminate October 26. All PORK LOINCHOPS
members and friends are: in. SLICEDBOLOGNA
vited. BEEFNESTLE'S

Ebenezer Baptist Church,
Rev. Leroy David! pastor. Sunday -
School 9:45: a.m. Morning
service at 11 with the Junior 49
Choir rendering music. Evening
\service at 6:3: (). A Planning
Day will be held Sunday Oct.
19 at 4 p.m. This Is our Family -
Planning Day. :Each family
Is asked. to pay $5. This project
is for the Junior Choir robes. a BREADEDHEAT'N EAT
HEAT AND SERVE
All families of the church are BREADED

asked: to please cooperate with FRIED FISH FRIED FISH

this project. j FISH
1 Bible study to held: each Tuss-:

day night. Prayer Meeting each E PORTIONS
\ Thursday nig'ht.': Junior Choir
rehearsal will ,be held Friday GOLDEN BROWN

night : LB /
ft$ Services /will be held ot New BOX
Hope Baptist Church Sunday:
with Sunday School at 10( a.m.
Morning service at 11 a.m.

' Afternoon service 3 p.m. All
members and friends are In-
vited to attend.
Mt. Plsgah AME Church,
LIBBY'SFRUIT KING COLE
Rev. George Young pastor, will FANCY CUTBEANS OAK HILL YELLOW
be In Annual Conference: ,beginning -
Tuesday: In Tallahassee. CHOCOLATE FREESTONEPEACHES
Rev. Levy Lennon will also! be
in Conference in Tallahassee! QUIK
COCKTAIL
t In The Circuit Court EtchthJnillclul
Circuit Of Florldi. la
And For Bradford County 29oz
CIVIL AC'11 ON:
Case: No. 001 4lU.S.
Franklin Dale Sherrlnff.Plaintiff. ,
-vs- William J. B. Day
Defendant.
NOTICE) OF SUITNO PRO-
I PERT
To: Mr. William J. B. Day
You Are Hereby Notified that 1 I '
an action for adoption has been I
lied agalnat you. and you are 1
required to serve a copy of your = Dai/ FJk 8
written defenses. It any to It, I FANCY GOLDEN RIPE I. ", V. I
on the plaintiff'a attorney, whose NO 1
name and address I is Ueorge H. 1 .
Pierce 203-205 N. Temple Ave I
I I
nue, Starke Florida and file I

Above the October Judgement etyled original e. court 1969 may with: on otherwise the be or clerk entered betore of a i BANANAS I IAPPLE 10! i I NEW WHITEPOTATOES I I

against you for the relief demanded -
in the complaint or pellW1TNES3 !- II 1

eat tlon. of ald Court my hand on September ana the I I

a. 1B69. i I
(SEAL) .
Charles A. Darby I i PIESa,39C I
As Clerk of said Court
By: Beulah M MoodyA. II I
Deputy Clwk._ ? 10.2Ia C

I I SAVE I7&.PKG OF "'CID ASSORTED 1O C I
The Circuit Conrt ElchthJudicial 49
Circuit Of Florida In I La
And For Bradford County SWEET BUNS..3/.1./ I
CIVIL ACTION: I LB BAG
CASE NO. 033 SAVE 1K.PKO OF 2.COUNTRY SQUIREiCHEESE I
Sandra Elaine flrkle, Plaintiff '
I
Defendant.-v.- Roy Thompson Plrkle BREAD. . 48# ; '
MOTlCJd: OF SUITNO PROPERTY I

To: Roy .Thompson Plrkle

ALL FLAVORS ATHKOOM TISSUfWHITl FYNE TASTE WHITE
ST'ARKEBUSINESS OH ASST COLORSTISSUE CRISP ClllO
FANCY
SEEDLESS

JEi.L-O CaliforniaTOMATOES DELICIOUS


DIRECTORY GELATIN DESSERTS CARROTS GRAPES APPLESr'wiff1

2 ROLL
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Gilbert: S. Browns

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ATLAS -
TIRES at BATTERIES .

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WI N. Tempto -. 8Urkt. I WHIM! TOO MIT .PEGS Of*os I GREENS ALL PURPOSI PAIL

I I TOOTHPASTE WASTt BASKft
HURST'SSHELL JELLOOMI SALTINES FROZEN-TURNIP, KALE, ROUND LAUNDRY RASKItRICTANOULAR

I I COLLARD OR MUSTARD MSM- PAN.
'

Service. Station J I 1 LB .
PiI.sO000PON
i.. ..;Labrl/aU.n J ;0 I BOX POIYBAGS 3/49 FAMILY EACH
plls i SIZE 3.-
COUPON ft* *Miiroffis
"onarci ROAD Tire. BM&erte I Jt "" ixrisit 22..0. ,.'.,PP//'... I TUBE ,

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6 I 1" V ITHERESSA'
County 1,261 Receive Filmstrip Showing ASC County Mr. & Mrs. Adams Bcout executive! or the worth

PTA Holds First LAWTEY\ Welfare PaymentsThe Announced By CommitteeMembers Donate Property Florida Council .Mid: "I wool:
like to thank :you sincerely In'
Meeting of FallThe !Division. II( Family Ser. Decency GroupThe Named To Boy ScoutsMr. behalf of the. Boy Scouts of .
By EM BlMohard vices !srovltf.d: financial assistance By DrotbF: MUla. America for the rift ef three
first meeting of( the Union and services to 289,543 Phone 47345UJJJJJJJJJJJJJjrjJJjrjJJ. MOTOREDE (Movement acres of land
in
PTA held .I I 6 Farmers recently named to and Mrs L. C. Adams, Bradford Coun-
was
Thursday County, Sept. 25, in the AT THE CI1UE,:TIES aged, blind disabled :persons & !To Restore Decency) Committee serve as the Agricultural Stabilization of Bedford Lake, have donated ty. As I understand it.: this
Middle School cafeteria at Lake Grace United Methodist dependent children in Septem- of Bradford County announces and ConservationASC +three acres of land on Bedford land Is to be held principally .

Butler, with the president: William Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Wor- ber.Average HOPE \PHST CHURCII a filmstrip showing of ( ) Bradford County Committee Shores Road to the Boy Scoutsof for the use of Troop 3*, Jack
E. Booth, presiding. ship services 11 a.m. and 7:30: :payment per personwas Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- "Sensitivity Tralntoi" for Tuesday for the coming yeaI'are America for use as a camp sonville.
This only the Middle p.m. MYF 6 p.m., Choir prac- : $45.96 for the. ag04l *$56. Ing Worship, 11;Training Union Oct. 7, at 7:30: p.m. In : Leaton Morgan, Jr., Clyde site The property was given "Good! camping pots for
School and year Elementary School tice Wednesday 7 p.m. 49 for the blind; $54.07 for the 6:30 p.m.; Evening Worship the Lions Den on Water Street. Cone, and! L. I<. Dyal. In honor of their grandson, our boys are becoming Increasingly
will participate In PTA meet- First Baptist Sunday( School ,totally disabled! : ; and $24.70 for 7:15; Wednesday evening Prayer Don Champion, (program !Morgan was elected In 1968 David Adams, of Jacksonville, hard to find and certain
ings. 9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 dependent children. Service. 7:30, with choir Chairman, announces that Don and has two more years to Who Is a member of Troop 38. ly this piece of property will
,Welfare checks to these persons practice afterward. of Ocala will be Cone was elected In 1967 In a letter be used to very good advaa.
School Supt. James Cason Introduced a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Rev. Merle (Poster, pre- serve. acknowledging the "
the two schcol principals Union 6:30: p.m., Midweek ser- ; totalled $9.494,262 'with the Packham pastor sent for the .showing, and for and has one more year on his gUt Horace S, Williamson, tags
7:30 state paying $2,181,890 and the of Hope Church, Is conducting question. and answer period present term. Dyal was re- .. .... ...... ...... .... ...... ..... .- -
In turn, Introducedtheir vices Wednesday : p.m. a
who several
services this
week
remaining money paid by ma- at leoted to a three year term. ............
faculty m mbers. Church of God Sunday Maxvllle Baptist Church. This after the program. All Interested 5
During the! business meeting, School 10 a.m., Worship services tching Federal funds Sunday Rev. Fred Dodd will persons are Invited to at- Alternates elected wera N. O. SEE US FOR 5
several parents complainedabout 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Of this money, $47,441 wentto bring the message at the morn- tend. Hayes, Sr. of Brooker, and Carl .
situationIn YPE Wednesday 7:30 1,261 persons In Bradford The chairman said that MO- Prevatt of Lawtey. The 1969
the school bus : p.m. Ing service at Hope Church and
the Raiford area. It was explained Highland Baptist Sunday County; $34.644 'went to 1,145 Rev. Packham will return for TOREDE is & nationwide election was, held by mall balloting -
that due to the spur School 9:45: p.m., Worship persons In Clay County, and the evening service. movement "devoted to exposIn September 919. 0 $ EXTRA CASH $ i:
lines, the bua; was unable to services. 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., $18,526 went to 465 persons in : gthe forces that are ''att> mpt- County Office Manager War
make the necessary time sche- Choir practice 6:30: p.m., Prayer Union County. NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB Ing to (destroy the American ren Carver points out that the *

dule and the problem would be meeting Wednesday 7:30: The first fall meeting of the !may of life. Education is the ASC county farmercommittee Don't let lack of
Investigated.A tember 20.Weekend. New Life Bible Club will be committee's ,basic and total Is In charge of local administration r a money 4

panel dlscu'slon: was presented p.m.J. S. Waters of Fort Jackson, visitors of Mrs. Hattie held Mon., Oct. 6, In the Rolle and truth Is the only of) such national farm worry you. If it's for a .
) by Supk. Cason and a S. C. spent the weekend with Darley Darley and Miss Ing Chlldrens Chapel, parked: !Weapon.sled.\ ; programs as the Agricultural '
group made up of several his parents Mr. and Mrs. Slash Prescott were Mrs. George In the lot at Hope Baptist Conservation Program, Crop worthwhile purpose, we'll 4 :
teachers from the two schools.A James Waters. Other weekend Lastlnger and Mr. and Mrs. Church. Sponsored by the Chll- land Adjustment Program, feed 1J.JJy .
4
musical'! program was presented visitors were Mr. Waters broth. Richard Bennett, of Holly Hill. dren's Bible Mission, Inc., :noon. grain program, acreage allot- : @''J arrange a personal loan
bv the inmate Band er and) slster-ln-law. Mr. and Lonnie Prescott 'of Kingsley the club will meet for an hour Visiting Mr. arid Mrs. L.K. ments and marketing quotas, .
from the Florida State Prison. Mrs Billy Waters, of Astor Lake Joined them for dinner. after school each Monday. All Childs Monday afternoon were the. National Wool Program, B.. to meet your needs with
children In grades 1 through 6 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mooreof commodity price-support loans, ...
Ml-
Denald Andrews reported Park. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Recent guests 'of the family terms to fit your budget. :
that the membership drive Is zell of Jacksonville were Sun- were Mrs. Margaret Thomas, are Invited to attend bring Williston. and storage facility loans. .
their Bible and a friend. The Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pack- The ASCS county 'office at
not' going as well as expected. day supper guests. her daughter Mrs. T. Bird
club program Includes visualized ham Jr. of Salt Springs visit- Starke Is headquarters for the CALL OR VISIT US
Membership cards for the new Mrs. R. S. Rosier has returned and mother-in-law, Mrs. Bird : TODAY
Bible stories ed Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- t'
songs con- : county committee, and servesas
year will be sent to members after spending two weeks in of() Fairfax S. C. ham |
later this month. Columbia S. C. with her two Micky Moore bu i finished! his tests missionary project and Mr.Sunday afternoon. the farmers' local contaot -' Loans Up To $600 -
Bible Memory Program. Any and Mrs. Lynn Hall! of .
After the business session, sons-in-law and daughters, Mr training at Parris Island:, S. for business! connected: with
child can earn awar: to a Hampton and Mrs.Jessie Chas-
refreshments were served *y and Mrs. J. R. Jones and Mr. C., and Camp Lejeune, N. C. free week of summer up camp. tain of Bedford Lake were Sun- participation In the programs TOWN FINANCE CO. t.
the hostess committee, Mrs. and Mrs. Henry A. Carter and and Is spending his leave with The school bus route which day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.E. administered by the commit :
Myrtice Dukes Mrs. Donald their families. While there she his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. goes directly by Hope Church S. Sibley. tee."These
Dukes, and Mrs. Betty Jo How- 'attended the marriage of her F. Moore, before going to California makes it possible for childrento Sunday evening dinner guestsof programs encourage e 226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. STARKC) : .
ard. granddaughter Becky Thompson to finish training as a go to meetings\ directly from Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan conservation and Increase
to Thomas Curran on Sep- Marine Reserve.Mr. Jr. and Rusty were Mr. and farm returns by means of price ..................'
and Mrs. Leslie Phillips school, If they bring) a note from Mrs. Percy Sullivan of Palatka, supports and: market supply-
and sons of Jacksonville were their parents glvlngpennlsslon Harold Mills and Miss Dora management, as well as by
Saturday supper guests of Mrs. to leave! the bus there. How- thy Mills. payments" Carver said.

O. J. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. ever, parents should arrange SPECIALFOR
PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY Coleman Phillips and family after for getting the their children home '
spent Sunday. They also visited meeting. Parentsare
other relatives. also requested to send a RESIDENTS OF
DURING MONTH OF OCTOBER Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Hauler- note with their children giving
son of Orlando were vlsltint!! permission for them to attend 301 DriveInSHOW
BRADFORD
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse the 'club meetings. for fur- COUNTY .
COMPARE ANYWHERE! Wednesday through Friday. mer imormaaon call the .
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sappenfield i' teachers Misses Bell and
visited Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thompson, telephone 4734782. BEGINS AT SUNDOWN

SHOULDERS Fields In Interlachen duringthe TELEPHONE AT CHURCH ADMISSION: Adults 75c Students -60e J
&
SIDES 45C week. Rev. Merle Packham, pastor, Children Under 12 Free
Mr. and!' Mrs. Chuck Moore of announces this week the installation -

FRfiSH LB.HAM Lake City were Sunday visitorsof i of a telephone in the new j FRI.-SAT.-Sim (((1C fOBER -1- ;jDIU VBi -
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore. pastor's study at Hope Baptist <
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee were Church The number is 473- '
'
& BACKBONE 55C Sunday afternoon visitors of t 4188, and Rev. Packham may ) S: *. :\ I UHf

Mr and Mrs. G. L. Petersln In now be contacted at this num- r '
Arlington.Mr. ber as well as at his home, -Y :
J DRESSED AND DRAWN LB. and Mrs. Kenneth Ter- '4734362. u'.. col ..e '1. ", <1i .." 'W; :1

rell 'of Gainesville visited Mrs. .
FAREWELL PARTY .
\
FRESH HENS 19C Joe Dorko during the weekend. Miss Brenda lIes:ers, whose j' t. 1'

Other visitors were Mrs. Lillian family moved to Fernandinalast j .< \ ,j (/ lr-/tl: ;
!
CEDAR KEYFRESH Jackson of Palatka and Mrs. weekend, was honored. on tSaturday J)! /
LB. W. E. Feagle of Jacksonville. : evening with a going I .. : is :1:1I 3 Bedroom Mobile Home
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of away party at the home of Miss > f; : 1"1 :

: MULLET 19C Jacksonville Sent! Friday to Sue White. Approximately 40 ,,\\: t ){ '1 IS'l' .f.lf; '1 Free Delivery end Sit Up
(
!Sunday with Miss Enza Blanch- young people were present to 1 1i $ ,
Within ISO Mug! O'
ard. On Saturday they calledon wls h Miss Hesters happiness '- 'f.\\ \\Y Yf 1. .;, \! It; '/ ; rJ'J) ) I 4 395 Jacksonville!

SMOKED BACON 59CALSO Mrs. D. B. Lynn in Melrose In her new home, and she re- I ..... : '.,f.\, 't.>. \ .." ;4 n. '-( '" .t ,
; ..
:., .
I
several
'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore of ceived lovely gifts as \ j
rr1' ,\ c. ,.:,. ':, Wall Wall .
Live Oak were Tuesday!' visitorsof tokens of good wishes from her .. : J to Carpet Beautiful FurnitureSpacious
'
BEEF AND HOMEMADE: SAUSAGESULLIVANS their cousin Miss ElizabethTerry. friends here.PERSONALS. ..J...,......'-" '. .. v ,', ?t1.ij _t.-.... '.. '. .,-. .....,J .'1' e Walk (I" Close| ." ,' .. Bathroom ,,1
Li.. r.. Large Country Kitchen Choice of Interior Decoration
!
: ( \\
MEAT Mr. and Mrs. Oral Tanner ) .,. .
..... ..
-- Featuring Spanish Mediterrean, Early American.
Sulli-
announce the birth of a daugh. Mr. and Mrs Marlon .....-... AI', ',1 ,,j J i
ter, Reba Elizabeth on S pt.! van are spending this week at ,' / .., J.1 .,,1, I Contemporary and Country French ((1st time showing)
..
..
MARKETHWY. 27 dn Bradford County Hrsp'tal.'! i their hume in Miami. ....:... ." :: j" .: ". i.ll.1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley re- ? "..;: ',. u11 ,. : .
Mrs. Leeta Hudson, of Wyoming i .1. .1 I This Offer Not Available To Residents Of Jacksonville
100 -'ff MlPES! SOUTH OF STARKE visited Mr. and Mrs. L. S.: In turned Miami last Monday with relatives from week and ... 1j' :, '.. .... ",i,f I'\. : '!'P. '" i I
Tanner Monday 1 : .;) a. j:J.,41
friends. The spent ; OPEN
Sibleys :
Thursday at Willlsfon visit- '. ,' -. .. .7 .'\. ,, (. Week Days 9....M.-a P.M.
.
ing their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. \ : i" I ,. Saturday 9AM.-9PM
.:: '. "', I Q Sunday 1 P.M. -7 P.M. I
Carlos
Youngblood. : ; y'
Visiting\ Mr. and Mrs.Cleveland k1.i-- .. ..!\.' I.I ; .. V;. ....t.j. .. ,. UiC K

Sullivan on Saturday were :?:r. ;'.;.!. :.'r. J: : vot.: I.I.ar.r
.dla'4,, \iI. ',1< : "
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Bennett
This carefree electric oven and Mr. and Mrs. Jones of BACAll '" ". ) : I MOBILE HOMES I
Clearwater.Mr. LAUREN ; 'JIJU'c""l'r!; {: :: :'. : : ';:JI'i I 1111, '.lcrlrII"j\I' i: {

and Mrs. Bill Phillipsand PAMElA TIFFIN iIOU.-r .' ;' :'" i: ( 'j'/lfJrlRS,'/ 2 JACKSONVILLE LOCATIONS

cleans itself. Billy of Middleburj visited : fiu ......, 1. ws 41.'111; 14 I rill>; 742 South Lane Avenue (Off I 110)) 4342 Phillips Highway (U,S. I, South)
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phone: ((904)) 781.9677 Phone: ((904)) 398.0984 !
J, D. Phillips, Sunday after-

No more stooping scrubbing oven-scouring I You know how easyit ,
is to keep the surface heating units clean. Now it can be just as easy
to keep the oven clean. Just set the self-cleaning control and flameless [![]
electric takes over relieving you of a dirty tedious chore. Now more FLORIDATHEATRE

than ever the fast electric way is the cleanest way to cook. .", ,,,..,,.....
As well as the coolest. And the safest.

Sunshine service electric is cheaper, too. Cooks a full dinner cleans ''err
your oven for pennies. Ask your appliance dealer about all the
advantages of a carefree electric range.
>SHOWTIMEW
Eleven rate reductions since 1957! -
k4ays 7 P. N.StIS11ay .
((1"+ The average price paid, per kilowatt hour
3 P. M.
by FPL-served /families is one third less
iii.,. than it was in 1957. lWy 1 P. M.
.. .
V tl.I : ,

=Pli Fri., St. Oct. 3, 4

) .t..r..NI' .a lOO"'COMPANY

An epic dramaof


adventureand \


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E' exploration! Pv




rii-- ; "

4 t

aru 4 1970 Caprice. silent you'll feel like Mr. Big himself. : _
.
A lot of cars cost more. Tell you what, though.
MGM.-,.STANLEY.USMICA PCOOUCTIONI But few if any are really that much more car. If you absolutely insist on a more expensive car, wf

Which explains why more and more of the smart money won't stand in your way.
is coming to Caprice. Go ahead and order air conditioning. Order stereo.

:. Li. Look what you get: Order tinted glass, power windows, 6-way power seat,
yA A big substantial 18-foot-long prestige car with a new our new Headlight Delay system. .
+ $ I sUPU PANAYnION..METROCOLOR 350-cubic-inch V8 engine, power disc brakes Astro VenYour Chevrolet dealer will
tilation, wheel covers, deep twist carpeting posh appointhappily help. saar
ments. See him real soon.

A remarkably roomy car, with a ride so smooth and Putting you first, keeps us first. On tM .
I Sun., Mon., Tues

Oct. 5. 6, 7
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, PROM[ TICNNICOLOR'WAKNin BMOS-SCVIN"N"V''ON'' ARTS'A+ more for a car.

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---- 'J.....................ftMVmtfffMFirearms..................................o"iI'h.----."....................................:.........."".:.-H........... .....:..',.,.
KHS Gardeners :i;

Elect OfficersFor -1 1 ; ; i

Safety j.
KEYSTONE HE.IGHTS ..- MELROSE New Year ; 1i

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Officers for the new .school r;

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It 1'1 .ro year were elected: -at the first Clinic Set Oct. 9The
fall meeting of the High School

eystone Gardeners in the home ec

Hilites- Nine-Point Program SuggestedBy building of the Keystone High annual Firearms Safety 10:30: a.m.-Women's .22 cali
School, Tuesday', Sept. 23.
bre furnished, or bring your
Clinic sponsored by the Keystone -
Those elected were:
Pka Phone in Your Unit One President Ste. Heights Sportsmen's Club, own weapon and1' ammunition.
-
Items Lake Citizens
473-414& Region GroupAt phanle Bannister; Vice President will at Keystone be held Air Sunday Park.: Oct. 19. demonstration 11:30: a.m.- by Modern:Army weapon Special

Patti McGlave; Secretary, Forces.

OMAN'S: CLUB are reminded to check: the bul-- a recent meeting of the existing: docks and structures Laurie Beam: Treasurer, Cone include The schedule the : handling of events of firearms will- 12:30: p.m.-Box lunch (ohlckem. -
The first business meeting of !AS/ well as guidelines for new !IWeimer.
letin for tee times and areagolf State Cabinet, sitting as Trustees firing for competition .)
ie new year for the Keystone tournaments in which of Internal improvment &structures such as bath houses Unit Two President Jo and hunting. The clinic will be 1:30: p.m.Men's and Wo-

eights Woman's Club will be they mlRht; participate. Fund, the Lake Region! Citizens and boat houses. Johnson; Vice President MelanIe conducted by U. S. Army Spec- man's :High Calibre Competi
eld at the clubhouse on TUBSJay. .- 5- Clearlv define: what Is Homer; Secretary Jill
HULLABALOO! Committee with Wm. E. Bakerof ial Forces personnel.The l. tion. Bring your own weapons
Oct. 7. The meeting; isichcduled meant by "bulkhead line" as Johnson; Treasurer, Nancy
The Junior Woman's Club Lake' Geneva as chairman following events the scheduled and ammunition.
to begin at 2 p.m. will sponsor Hullabaloo for requested: applied to fresh water lakes: Hurner. 3 p.m.-Skeet shooting.

U members are encouraged boys and girls In grades; 7 1-The removal of fresh wa- why it Is needed and what purpose Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle chair- R. GENTRY WHITE 9 a.m.Ages: 10 to 16. rifle The charge for participationn

io attend.A through 9 at the Woman'sClub ter lakes from under Florida it Is needed to serve. man of the High School Gardeners Governor Diilrlct 694 and ammunition furnished. the clinic is $1.75 for adults
meeting of the Alachua Saturday, Oct. 4. from 7 statutes dealing with tideland 6 Clearly! stay away from conducted =the/ msetlng and $1.50 for children under 12

leratlon of Women's Clubs through; 9 at the Woman's Club (salt) waters. "take-over" of what Is,! now assisted [by Mrs. Clifton E. District Governor

'111 be held at the Keystone Saturday, Oct. 4. from 7 to 9 Formation! of a completenew known as survey-bottom lakes Strickland, Jr., co-chairman Visits &
Keystone Indians Blank D
.110m an's Club on Wednesday, p.m. Admission will be: 50 cents statute dealing with the but still retrln control of usageto and Mrs. James L. Walker, B 30-0

)ct. 8. Registration will startt each. Games, prizes danc'ng, fresh water lakes of Florida. protect Florida's water resources home economics teacher.A Rotary Club ,

9:30: a.m., for which a fee of and refreshments will be highlights Joint meetings between State without resorting! to water hose and nozzle ,was

5c will be charged. The busl- of the evening. officials, legislators! and members permits. inspections. and other presented to the school by the District Governor R. Gentry Sparked By Wingate's 248 YardsBy

ness meeting will start at 10 SCOUTING ACTIVITIES of the Citizens Committeewere red tape. High School Gardeners:! ,and White was guest speaker at the

a m. followed by a luncheon Troop 105 held a barbecued authorized by the IIP 7-Allow the people, 'on: a local each' unit took part in weeding Keystone Heights Rotary Club

which will ,be .served at noon. chicken cookout at their camp- Board to study such proposed basis. either by referendum flower beds, edging, pruning last Friday, discussing his Mike Chitty 30-0.

A L $2 fee wlU be charged for site near the Keystone Heigh legislation and these sessions or petition within guidelines! shrubbery, and fertilizing the views concerning Improvementof Before the game Head Coach

the luncheon. Members and airport on Saturday, S pt. 27. are In the process 'of being set to be mutually agreed upon by area around the home ec buildIng. the Rotary program. His Jack Wingate (halfback) led Roy Bayless said, "This is it.
their guests are asked to make In attendance were 17 Scouts all parties concerned, to makea major thesis was that the Individual the Keystone Indians by scor- We've gotta win this one." He

reservations with Mrs. Sara and 13 fathers. All of the food up.In order to attain the desIr- determination m to how their The group welcomes Ideas on clubs should concern ing 4 touchdowns ( I called back was referring to the fact that

McDonald -at 473-4905. on or was prepared by the boys. The ed goal. the Citizens group rsc-! lake is to b'> administered. conservation and plants) for the themselves with "review" and equals 3), as they rolled over Keystonefcadtostthermpener
before Monday, Oct. 6. by Junior ommended the following points Establish. as a controlling school lanscape.:! Another as- "renewal." the Florida School for the Deaf Keystone had lost their opener,
The District 5 meeting of menu was arranged of for consideration: line on fresh water lakes a pect of their program in a Gov. White suggested the needto and Blind bv the fantastic and to lose this one would really
Officers and Patrol Leaders
the Florida Federation! of Wom 1-Clarify Just what rroperty water line to be termed: some- campaign against lltterbugs, review Rotary programs, to score of 30-0. Wngate( who hurt.
the troop.
an's Clubs will be held on owners may or may not do to thing other than': "meau high insure that intended accom- was great on both offense and After the game, when asked
cookoutwas
Combined with the
Thursday Oct. 9, at the Gainesville properly maintain their waterfront water line." In most cases this! plishments are being met. As defense, racked up 243 yards by for comments, Bayless said
an overnight camp for Legion Post 202 the needs of the community himself, including an 89 yard
Woman's Club. Registration areas both to the waterS: water line can be readily dsriv-: "Wingate, Baker, Gray ton --
will start at 9:30: a.m., followed troop members. The Scouts scout- edge and out into the, water. ed from existing: Federal and To Award MotorKeystoneMelrose change, it Is often necessary to punt return, and a 65 yard run just the whole team was great.
spent the day working on
the to allow with an Interception.
by a meeting and lunch- 2-Clarify and revise the law State survevs counled with local revamp programs Wingate played great offense
eon. A $2 fee will be chargedfor craft activities setting up cam- governing Riparian Rights as!!! consultitlon with lakefront American the club to grow with the com Interceptions and kick returns and defense." Then the smilIng -

the activities. sites, preparing the barbecue applied to fresh water lakes of property own 31'S. as well as old Legion Post 202 will give awaya munity. lie encouraged RotarIans were key factors in Keystone's coach headed for the locker
Interested swimming, hiking rebuildingthe to be instigators! of new impressive win over D&B, who room, where the excitement of
If any local members are Florida. residents of the areas. This four horsepower Johnson out-
they are log bridge across the creekIn could be projects, which would provo won their first game with a the players was deafening.
In attending 3-Court 'action on a specific used for purposes of board motor Saturday night,
the camp area and preparing both beneficial to the community -
asked to make their reserva- a council fire area. Sunday parcel of land versus the State simple fill leveling. or bulk- Oct. 4, at the post home on and Rotary International.At last-play touchdown over In- Statistically, the Indians had:
569
ions with Mrs. McDonald or morning church services were to determine on the fresh wa- head prlvUeges so long; as the Highway 21 (north), Keystone> the conclusion of the meeting terlachen 41-38. completed yards by out rushing of 16; 10 passes
contact Mrs. Ernest L. Camp. ter lakes property owner did not extend Heights. The presentation will The first attempt;
conducted by Marston Jordanat of Florida Just who members and their guests score came on a 30 3 interceptions 1 fumble
bell. 421 N. W. 13th St., Gain- the council fire area over- owns the land and to what demarcation Into the body of water or for
esville. looking Crystal Lake. line. purposes to combat erosion, the bingo games, about. 9 local golf tour mmont, spon- Baker (also Defensive Safety), The tough Keystone defensive

Mrs. Henry Schuber has announced The troop has gained five 4-A clear understanding on etc. P.m. sored by the Keystone Rotary when he intercepted a D&B squad are all to be commended

that plans are' now be. new members during the past Club\ ,' and held at the I KeystoneGolf pass with onlv a minute and 29 for a wonderful job. Besides

ing made to resume the Keystone months. New tenderfoot candidates and Country Club. Twelve seconds elapsed' In the game. holding D&B scoreless, they

Duplicate Bridge Club are Hobble:: Parsons, Dana Community C hurch Women members and guests who were The second score was on a came up with 3 interceptions,
starting in October. These sessions Goetzman Jonathan Pearson Mr. Meachen has returned to divided into three teams for beautiful 89 yard punt return by all of which were carried on In

are' open to the public, their home In Hawaii, while With Ba Workshops competition, included Gov. Halfback Jack Wlngate with 8:37 for TD's. .
and Leon Rldaught.
and local bridge enthusiasts The Scouts welcomed Paul Mrs. Meachen will be visitingin Busy roar White, Wally Muhlhofer. Jim left In the first quarter. Four Although it's hard to choose on

are encouraged to attend. Ad- who Just transferred in Keystone for several weeks. Chesslngton, Marty Martin, minutes later, Wingate went in a game like this, my honorable
Proctor
Itlonal details concerning the 70 Mrs. Carmallta Float wa in for the Community Rufflnl. Phil Parsons, Lou Kusliton, Al on a 60 yard run, only to haveit mentions go toJackWingateand!
games will be given at a later the local troop from Troop Keystone last weekend to visit Preparations Church Women's An- Children's Corner, Nlghten- Watson, Martial: Gallop, Mel called back on clipping penalty Donate Baker (who was playini

date. in Starke SCOUT her daughter and son, and her In full swing gale Circle (Mrs. James Cook). Taylor, Jim Wharton, Myron However, less than two so well, I D&B tore his shir
ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS LOCAL EAGLE many friends In Keystone and nual Bazaar are work- Toy Shop, Mrs. B. F. MIzsll Trevatt, Jr., and Don Morgan.Gov. minutes later, Wlngate scored off in the fourth quarter)for thli
There will !be a meeting of PICKED FOR HONORS: Gainesville. Mrs. Float Is now with weekly Wednesday Jr White was medalist for again and ths time it was good.At offensive and defensive playing
John Warren of Troop 103 living with other shops, fashioning special: articles the 18-hole tournament with a the end of the first quarter
daughter Fred
all committees for the Altar Kitchen Shop Mrs. Friday night, Oct. 3, the In-
Society"es bazaar, on Monday was elected to represent the Marguerita, in Houston, and Is for the various booths. Smith's Circle. posted score of 81. Jim Wharton Keystone led 18-0. diana play Hastings In Keystone.
Alachua District In the annual Mrs Barry Wyman, general! for low Neither team able
received was to do
a trophy
employed as librarian at San Game time 8
a Ca-
Patio Mrs.
morning, Oct. 6, at the Wornan's Shop, George p.m.
at 9:30. All competition for a trip to Wash- Jacinta High School. chairman nnd Mrs. Ernest Mc- net with 74. Myron Prevatt, much 11 the second' quarter. "GO INDIANSI"KEYSTONE!
nova.
Club starting : in Rton, D. C. to report to President Chris Zowarka was home last Lean workshop chairman have Jr. a nd Don Morgan had the D & B threatened late In the
Booth Mrs.
White
Elephant
asked to ,
members art preparea Nixon on this year's programmed the event of December winning combination for low quarter, but the clock justwouldn't
weekend from Florida Central
theprogres.s F. P. Egrn, Mrs. Esther Kreu-
five minute report on
&scouting activities. The.Alachua 3 with some changes informat. net partnership Mel Taylor, wa.lt.
of their activities! at Academy for a visit with family ger and Mrs.' Thomas: : Gregory.
District Includes all troops in and friends. Wharton, Morgan, and Prevatt The second, half started off
this meeting. Gainesville and the surrounding Workshops for the past few Bake Shop nnd TIRoom: were awarded trophies, as the with Ken 1'remo returning the
Harold Snellen and his
If for some reason you are the mak- (Mrs. Kelly Greeson's Morning of the foursomes.
areas. weeks have featured winning team kickoff. Premo then took a 41
unable to attend this special There are six districts come friend. Buster Freeman of ing of toys. The next special Circle. Following! the tournament, a yard pass play In for the fourth -
meeting. please contact Mrs. Memphis Tenn., were home kitchen The luncheon will be in social hour and cook-out was T of
prising the North Florida attention will tos on D. the night for the
Harold Deutermann at 473-4701.: Council. Each district elacted last weekend for a visit withHarold's items, and in the following charge; of Mrs. R. A. Gaunt, Assisted held at the club house. Ito- Indians. With neither team HEIGHTS

" Friday night bingo games areA one outstanding Scout who was parents Mr.: and Mrs. weeks articles! will be made for bv members of Mrs. W. tarlan Bill Reynolds was chaIr- scoring again, the third period
.. held at St. William's each Tom Crutchfield of Lake Brook S. Wilson's and Mrs. Ralph with the ended
, interviewed in Jacksonville. on the various booths which will man for the dinner, assistance with/ Keystone leading.
week. starting! promptly at 7:30.: Tuesday Sept. 23. In the Jack- lyn. Harold is now working on be manned as follows. Barker's Circles. Luncheon of Mrs. James Chess- 24-U. DIRECTORYRABY'S
1 4} NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB sonville competition John was his master's degree at 'Ole"Miss. Handwork Booth Mrs. William ticket are available from nny ington, Miss Gertrude Houser With 10:03: left in the fourth -

4' Students in grades 1 through chosen as first alternate. It Is Beam, Sr. in charge. circle mem'3 r. Mrs. David and Mrs. Lonflushlon. period, Premo scamperedin
; 6 are reminded that the New a great honor to be chosen to Mr. and Mrs. James Wharton Christmas Gifts and Decorations Nelson Is chairman.Mrs. An asao.nVy! was held after again, but this one was called AUTO

Life Bible Club with Bible represent your district in this of Lake Brooklyn, entertained Rebsccns Circle. R. S. Farrli is In charge the dinner, with committee back on illegal procedure.

study and Instructions provided competition and an even' greater "gator" friends with a Arts and Crafts Mrs. Richard of decorating the haIl and Mri. chairmen reporting to Dis- About two and a half minutes SERVICE

by Misses Bell and Thompson one to be chosen the council listening party at their homeon Sunderland and Mrs. JohnMELROSE Pascal Carr Is publicity chair- trict Governor White later, Wingate Intercepted another Complete Auto RepairsAir
wll have their first meet- Saturday evening. The man. pass and galloped 65
Ing of the new year on Tues- winner or first alternate. guests who were on hand to en- yards for the final score. Conditioning: Repairs
week Roland
were: Mrs. Uryan
Warren received his Eagle .
day. Oct. 7. Classes will be award In March of 1969 and Joy the good food and resultsof urday, Oct. 11. The Carnivalin and Mrs. J. P. Vose, 1st place; Although the Indians tried &: Automatic Transmission
held in the mobile classrooms now Junior Assistant the Florida-Mississippi! : State Interlachen will be held Oct Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. I'. mi-King, passing, and runningfor Service
serves as
adjacent to the Fred Dodd Scoutmaster for Troop 105. He game included Mr. and Mrs. ober 25.The T. Ilogue, 2nd place; Mrs. John extra points, they were unsuccessful PHONE 473-4404
home. Frank Walrath, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Woman's Club Is Strawn all five times, and
and Mrs. E. B. Goss
Little Lake Bedford
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ended with Keystone on
The program will start at William Warren of Lakeview Huntley Redfearn Jr., Mr. and By ;Joyce Rowe planning a rummage and bake 3rd place: Mrs. H. A. Allen way top
3:15.: Parents are asked to pro- Mrs. Mike Redfearn, Mr. and sale Saturday, Oct. 11. So for and Mrs. J. W. Foster, 4th
vide transportation for their Drive. Mrs. Roger Peale Mr. and rSsrsrrrSssnrnssa.. lots of bargains, plan to stop: place. In other business, Mrs. Maud BEAUTY SHOP
SCOUT ACTIVITIES Watkins
children following the meet- Mrs.!!! Charlie McGlave Rhett Miss Deldre Durbin, daugh- by.An principal, introducedthe
FOR OCTOBER: staff of the
dngs. Each child attending and Jim Fox, and Buddy Guer- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard exhibit of art work of the PTA MEETING school. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
The troop will be ushering at A vote was taken the
on a-
Summer Art Classes under
must have 'a written note from n y. Durbin, celebrated her sixth Members of the Melrose PTA
his parents, expressing their three Florida football games Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- birthday with a party at the Mrs. Edith Wallace will be heard an interesting talk about mendment to elect the presi- SHOP

consent for the child to parti- during this month. On Wednesday fearn Sr. and son, Eric, and home of her grandmother, Mrs. shown at the Melrose Woman's nutrition from Mrs. Gussie dent and secretary in uneven EDITH JOHNSON Owner
Oct. 8, Troop 105 will con- Club Oct. 1. Mrs. years and the vice president
cipate. Herb Nelson: Jr., were in Miami Mildred Johnson, In Gainesville Wednesday Adams, supervisor of the lunch and Personal and Creative Hair tyl-
duct Court of Honor at 7:30 Barbara Smith and Mrs. Elizabeth treasurer In even
a : -
Her other in Putnam
last weekend for Sept. 19. room program tot
TEEING OFF! a visit with of Every Form of BMuty
The Woman's Golf ASsocia- p.m. in the Educational Build with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Red- grandmother, Mrs. C. W. Dur- Neale are arranging the County. She told of result ofa two years, each them serving Culture Tue-S$. 9-6; efcwrt

tion ing of the Community church. fearn and to attend the FSU- bin, and aunt Mrs. Donna Corey, exhibit. survey taken one day lastyearat years 'MOD aJl'.
sponsored their annual A total of 65 awards will be Miami game. were also present. Friends These Art Classes were a Melrose School. Thirty per- Several amendments were

Grandmothers and Grand- presented to members, IncludIng Mrs. A. S. McCIendon. from Melrose attending wereC. community project, financed by cent had not had breakfast and then suggested to be voted upon BUILDING MATERIAL
daughters Tournaments at La- two eagle awards which Is llka Ala. of Ope- C. and Clay Corey, Kevin Faith Presbyterian Church, United about ten per cent had not had at the next meeting, Mrs. Watkins HARDWARE
dies Day on Thursday: Sept. 23. the highest honor presented In Heights lOst was in Keystone Lisa, and Mike Bass. Her Methodist Church, St. an evening meal the night be- then suggested that a

Trophies for the tournaments\ : &scouting. with week for a visit parents and younger brother, Johns Church, Trinity EpIsco- fore. She '.11"1'. J1'zo'J' that the committee be set up to revise BROOKLYN
are provided for by WGA mem- HERE 'N THERE her brother and alster-ln- Richard Brannan also attendedas pal Church, as well as The lunchroom staff at Melrose was the by-laws. Mrs. Chambers -

ber Kathy Redfearn. Fran Ches- Art KIefer reports that his law. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bryant. did other friends from Gain Melrose Woman's Club, the trying to help these children and will be in charge of the SUPPLY HOUSELumber

ington won the IB-hole tourna- spouse, Marge, Is quite pleased Mrs. Edward Raynor, of esville. The group enjoyed refreshments Melrose Action Committee, all others by providing meals committee. Plywood Builder's
-
ment for the Gvanrtmothr3. with herself after catching an husband Lake Geneva reports that her and played games. Inc., and a number of Individuals with all the basic needed foods It was decided to hold a Hardware Roofing -Shectrock

and Vesta Aiken won in the 11 pound. 10 ounce bass in front the is Improving dally at Don't forget to send your and parents. for a complete meal. (Continued on Next Page) Paneling Palnfa Insulation
V. A. Hospital In Gainesville Mrs. Edith Wallace a talented -
, competition for the Grand of their home on Lake Geneva children to the New Life Bible ,
Tools Electrical A Plumbing
daughters'/ trophy. Grace' Hacker two weeks a/pro. Mrs. Kiefer was and appreciates the rem- .Club Wednesday, Oct. 8, at the and accomplished artist,
had low putts for the day. embrances received from his Rolling Children's Chapel in taught the classes In the Mel- Supplies.
fishing with
a plastic worm many Keystone friends. We rose Elementary School during Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone.473-48M
Evelyn Hels( had low net for when she landed the bass.' front of Archie's Appliance GRAND OPENINGFRIDAY
the 9-hole golfers and Helen Friends of Mrs. George wish him a speedy recovery Store. The meeting will start July. Thirteen youngstersfrom
Wallace was awarded a prize and hope that he will soon be Immediately after school and grades 2 through 6 were CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Kaufmann will reeret: to learn
for the fewest putts. home. last for about an hour. This Is selected by the teachers of the OCTOBER 3
that she Is presently a patientat ,
HERE 'N THERE a non demoninatonal school and were invited to the FORCONCRETE
The ladles grouj
meeting
are now The Bradford County Hospital .
for Col. and 'Mrs. James Ches- devoted to teaching childrer classes. PHODUOTS
Thudsday morning Sand
every !, after undergoing major 'Ington and Mr. and about an hour. Please be The public Is cordially Invited
18 hole tournaments. They Mrs. LonRurhton sure UNDER CALL OR SEEEdward's :
surgery last week. Please be attended the Charter to send a note with the chil- to view the exhibit from 2 til NEW MANAGEMENT

.. Night for the new Ocala-SIIvar dren giving them consent to 3 p.m. and from 7 til 8 p.m. Building

Springs Rotary Club on Satur- attend. at the Melrose Woman's Club. Supply, Inc.

day evening. The dinner and The Florahome Volunteer 726 S. MAIN 372"""
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
A program was held at the Gold- Fire Department will hold their Gainesville, Florida
Duplicate Bridge winners lastHE'S
en Hills Country Club. annual Holloween Carnival Sat- :

Mr. and Mrs. James Beeler
----- --
DepartmqpL1Stordr7 Mr. and Mrs. George; Massa. NURSERY"O.C.
ALL MAN..IT'S ALL ACTION!
and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ben-
; nett spent last weekend in Carnes Nursery

/ : Tallahassee. The three couples KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Thousands of plants
attended the
wedding of MissMarion
Trees
Fruit Trees-Shade

kUe//2A/ ri'Ji Moon, both Beasley of whom and were Bruce for- ,, ? FrL, Sat, Sun. Oct. 3, 4, 5U4IVIISA .- KEYSTONE IIEICHT Evergreens

: mer resident of Keystone. Camellias & Azaleas

Other Kevston rs attending the MOST ALL IN CANS

Beasley.Moon wedding Included PLANT ANY TIME

Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Cowling Gus L Heautiful Roses -
Mrs. R. L. Walker. Mr. and 7

Oar bank Is really financial department store, Mrs. Raymond Crabtree, Jr., AND LandscapingPhone

with services avaUabl. for an your financial needs. Steve Shackleford Lea Sutton 659-2165

Farm business and personal loans checking sure and to Miss drop. Patty her a Shautfincasy.card: or stop Mitch 23 MI. S. S. of Starke on

and savings accounts safe deposit and In for a visit while In Starke. \ W.4 Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome

many other services. Use them to your fullest Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Meachen .

advantage. of Kailua, Hawaii arrived la They loved Senior :Member Society of
Keystone Height* on Septsm-: n il*jch iccond- GRAND OPENING SPECIAL Resltle.itlal AppraisersMrs.
ber 8 and h woitiin-
COME. IN GET ACQUAINTED for a visit with IMrs.Meachen's might b (hnrjl| :Melba Keen: Associate
mother, Mrs. Paley
Trailer Lots Small Ac'reace
Boyd and their son-in-law and and Malt50C 5510 to S3973 Easy Terms
daughter Mr. and ........ Hamburger
Mrs. Troy ( i .
KEYSTONE STATE BANK McGuIre of Gainesville.The e714V T4uwz. Modern 2 B-R $3:>0 down *
Approx $90 mo. 11.000 Car
Member FJJ.C. Meachens Mv!' Just returned ICztLdwN1J Ro. s ..TrIL JfrT2".l'J1\r 473-4816 473-4740. 473-4811
Kijirtaex Heighta .FU.Tew from ...
a month's tour of Inn t.SWJAr( S
WITH FREE S. E. McKAY REALTOR
-
-J'IT..ZT.J '
rriewOy Btak Lt Tew Yrt.isc.It7. Europe where, they enjoyed: I 'I'J1177.71. I Associate !Mrs. ;Melba II..D4734T.tO
4 visiting their !son and his wife

who are stationed in Heidel- .....- .., '. ._.- .. .. FRENCH FRIES
Keystone heightsPH
U- berg Germany.

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-... "",- p, rc .T..T..TY at Mrs. Fred Swearingen Sr.'s I HI HDME 1 r your own sake

d
cottage. a community progre

I MELROSE Mrs. Nora Mathis of Jasper
of the INDIAN BEACH
spot last week with Fred and
SMITH PLUMBINGAND

Ii"VOICE I "u By :Joyce Row (Late Its are) Vera Bob Swearlngen.Revels of Plant City; SUPPLY-CO.

n.' -r, 6 Byi Michael H. Cntttyu grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. FOLLOW THE GATORS and
| Contracting repair |
: CHITTY .. 4184111 ,W. Revels is now a student
\t: [Prom Preceedir* Pace '1t the University; of Florida! Plumbing" Fixture* .
& &&
------ -- / Spring Festival again this year & & &- and will be visiting his grandparents THIS FALL OVER RADIO I Water Heater Pumps -|

natead of a Fall Carnival.It Greetings friends, from your ; on weekends. Irrigation Iron Filters .|
also announced that busy Be- Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish
was rolling reporter. f Water' Softeners
Well fellows, Sportsman's port that some Specs are still there would be a County; Council tween writing all my news columns and! children of Starke spentthe WPXE cALL GAMES!

Voice Is not very loud this being caught on the brush plies. PTA meeting at Melroseon working on my writing weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D.W. COURTESY PHONES:
week Between the people Griffin's Lodge, (east shore November 16. It has been course, and sneaking in a lit I 964-6023 964.58321
fishing, and the fish biting,(both Santa Fe), also reported a suggested that the Melrose PTA tle fishing, it hardly gives me Carpenter. The Carpenters or

seemed to have quit that Is), slack week for business. How- join the County; Council time to rest. My mother Cric- spent Friday with the David BILL POWELL (Please make a note of|
I'm afraid that news is a bit Reid family in Jacksonville.Well .
ever they did have some nice Mrs. Calvin's first grade won ket went to Gainesville on | our numbers In your
folks that's it for this Insurance and Real Estate
slim. catches brought In. Roy Griffin the room count. The group business last Wednesday, ana ,
Uncle Alfred Hudson and I caught several 5 to6pounders then unloved refreshments. brougnt uncle Alfred Hudson week, so here's Leeon ane book)

fished two days without any lie and I did a
last week. He caught 2 back with her.
MELBOSE GRAD TO STUDYIN
luck. We got Roy ( the expert Monday, 2 Tuesday;and 3 Wed IRELAND little fishing, when we C'AmA LEEON'S CORNER -- ____
) Griffin to go with us, nesday, the largest weighingnot around .noon each day to. "FALL" un
and still didn't have any luck. avafiaoie Miss Carol Kothhammer. a rest.

We had two Bass strike on the and a4-pounderonthebrush, a'pounaer 1963 graduate of Melrose Hlgl room and work on my school Well, it's happened again, SMITH-CORONA GALAXIE DELUXEIT'S
brush pile with Shiners and School and recipient of the Mel- Old Fall has
piles Roy guided Mr. Zellnei work. So I didn't rest hardly crept In.
missed them. This Is no bad Thursday, and they caught rose Woman's Club Leigh Pear- any. Nobody knows from where THE WORLD'S FASTEST NON-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, NOW WITH POWERSPACE

reflections on Roy, because he Bass, and several specs on the sall Memorial Scholarship, When you read this wee k's Or exactly when.
knows his business. But when brush pile. has been awarded a Rotary International wont Jeweled Main Bearing -- Has
column you probably Vinyl-clad,
When this
old
bass won't hit as pretty; a Well I guess most of you graduate fellowshipfor believe it, but this is all of it. Season moved familiar in. to insure long-lasting all-steel Trimline

Shiners as we had, you Just fellows are happy to see Dove the 1970 .. 71 academic year. So, here goes It brought factory-new precision '
along with it,
might as well forget ft.Shipman's University; Col- r.ate carrying case at no
will study
Season come around I per- She Paul, Lee, and Greg Strand- A trace of cool wind. performance!
Camp (west shore
lege, Cork, Ireland. berg, and Greg's friend of 6 extracharge!
don't do
sonlly any hunting,
:ante; Fe), reported that the by the
but in Carol Is sponsored Jacksonville, spent last Fri- The days grow shorter, Changeabl6Type' .
all the
me n my familydo a Lots of deluxe
rough weather kept most Ark. Rotary
people Little Rock.
a little. Iwentalonga coupleof West day and Saturday with Mrs. Our nights grow cool. adds a new dimension old
home last week. When you times, and !Imarfne.I wouldbe Club and was nominated By Arkansas Jo Strandberg. Sam and Dor- And how can.we forget. -. features...and a
to
get out there on the brush 615 of Rotary That your keyboard-
way District othy Butler and son Charles I' neans "Back to - guarantee that can't
plies better know that more Interested If I were The of 40 L -
you International. purpose Henry of Ormond Beach, spent :School. optional snap-on -
be beat!
able to shoot them. Anyway
wind can cut it. However,
they. reported that some local I can see why you're Interested. the Rotary educational pro-international Sunday with Mrs. Strandberg.Len Th e leaves start turning characters! .... ,. Y -

people are starting to catch So I've decided to give gram Isi to understanding and and Linda Swearingen To gold and brown. 5121.50

Specs by drifting and trolling some facts on the doves you'll goodwill through study abroad.An Jacksonville and daughter scent Tammy last Lynn week of And soon they'll be racing 8KB NEW RtAT URas.. .CHOOSE NKW COLORS.. UE ALL THE Naw SMITHCONONA PORIM1LBS HIlERKL' !

In the Pass. They also reNEWS be hunting. educational award Is calcul- For a place on the ground

ated to cover the expense of Many things happen. BR DFORO
Downed to. their :new royal) round-trip transportation, aca- Rock University; with the B. A. When the season is Fall. E S COU1V

'NOTES blue, with white satin surplice demic living costs, degree. During the summer of And one of the best
gowns, which were a gift of and limited expenses educational, travel. 1968 she studied at Kansas Un- Is good ole Football.
Church Women and Mrs. of Foreign Studies In
the iversity
By elea', Kg**'
Carol Is now serving as a
r .-. Sybil Sample of'< Savan Hirlkata City; Japan, as a Un- hings are so lovely,
COMMUNITY CHURCH nah. Ga., who was a former teaching fellow In the Depart- iversity of Arkansas exchange This time of the year. rtrrapfla
ment of English at the University and
student And if we'll just stop
Keystoner but now an honor-
The Executive Committee of of Tulsa. She receivedthe
;
She is the daughter of Mrs. look
member of the NightingaleCircle.
the Church Women met Mon ary M. S. E, degree from State Alice Rothhammer and the late You'll probably wanttocheer.We .

day Sept. 22. The :president :Mrs. Sampte has also toward College of Arkansas In August.In Grant Rothhammer of Mel- should all thank God,
made monetary gifts
:Mrs. Roy Turknett gave the many 1968 she graduated Magna
and the sister of Mrs. and all
the .church building fund. rose For the seasons, one
opening devotional. Following Cum Laude and second In the Tom
and Mrs.
Rowe
Vlrgle For all the happy times
Mr. Sample passed a.wayshort., Little
routine business, Mrs. Marshall vraduatiiur! class from
Fall .
Spiritual ly after they moved to Savannah Chamblee. That we have, come .
Gallup's .resignation as
with their ---
san and family.
Life Chairman was accepted

with regret. Serious illnessIn RUMMAGE SALE CARL BEGGS
The Church Women's Rum .
her family will require Mrs.
Gallop being away from Keystone : mage Sale, with Mrs. Don =-.-' Gulf Service
Wallace as general chairman Is
for cor.olderablo tims. .
continuing the .sale 1JII1CD pA.lLft
this Thursday
,,
Mrs. Barry Wyman, 2nd Vice .. .
Friday and Saturday Oct. ...,. .. .."I- ...io Top PrlcM fw Wrested On
President and Missionary Chair ...,. ::: .....
man, submitted her commit 2, 3, 4, from 9 till 5 in the -' r ._ .. .- '_._ 1!' :"'-:--:. ..., I .;_ 24 Boor wrecks flwrlee

tee's financial budget for 1969. Youth Fellowship Building.The MBN WANTED Laundry -Fuel Oil -

70.( Included this year is a Florida Fellowship, of OLAUDUD AD RATES worker Kitchen aids laborers PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned Used Car. -

,contribution for Mr. and Mrs. Community Churches wll hold cottage parents, watch- ._ NEW AND USED __ $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy $01 N. WsM
ids 14th Annual Conference Up to U ..... ____- 1M SALES name brands to choose from 46B-199S
man, cooks ARTS INSURANCE
Charles Kinser and their chid. and clerks, ground ERVICE AGENCY
Oct. 12-13, from 4:30 (Minimum charge) Parts it excellent repairs aU
who .returned to Kenya : Sunday keeper, truck driver. &
Save
ren, Five Deep : Shallow Wells makes. Auto FIre Horaeownaia
to 5 Wataon's House of
and the African Inland pm. Monday at Longboat 1: oh word OTSC 16 .01 day week eight hour day Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE Small appliancesat
: Vacuums
Key Sarasota, in the) Longboat 712 N. Main Gainesville LIFE A ACCIDENT
Mission, where they circulate State retirement, vacations, Expert Service Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
Christian literature. The budget Island Chapel. Reservationsmust Extra charge If not sick leave.If interested pleaseWply On 3767110. tfohg Keystone Height 4711 NOS ea1t"StPI1 '9645311./ tfob*
be in by October 8. Reggistratton paid IB advaaea ___ OS in All Makes
will be presented to the generalmembership person PeraonnelManager DIC: YOU KNOW it's easy to
fee at $11 Plumbing Service
\ October, 6 at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Incudes meals. Anyone Interested Manorial, RasoInMona Inn Center Gainesville. Fla. Phone 964.7081 Better oullt for F)rMa llr MEN WANTED Men cottage FILING CABINETS Typewriter

Wyman was assisted. : by Mrs. may call :Mrs. David Nelson, 1 An equal opportunity employer DURRANCE PUMP ing. Yow planor ours parents age over 21. Startingpay Stands, Desks, Chairs. .

J. Miller Wrinkle Mrs. Richard 473-4119. cants per word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- $329 month, promotion opportunities Safes. Bradford County

Sunderland, and Mrs. William IIOMEMAKERS: COUNCILThe tfehg ford Mitchell, phone (84 and regular increases Tele..pb.GAINESVILLE.
Walz. bimonthly Council meet- CARDS OF THANKS 6853. P O. Boll 338. Stark in pay. 8 hour day, S

FAMILY NIGHT DINNER ing: of all county clubs was held SUPER STICK INSURANCE '.. day week, sick: : leave, vacations
tt.
Vinyl
Plastic 4
00 _
word
_
or leas 1 3.CO AT REDUCED
-- RATES
at the
extension office in Green state retirement.
Mrs. W. S. Wilson's Circle Letters Si Numbers for Interior If Interested,

was host. for the fall bi-monthly Cove Springs,with the president. Each: word over BO __ .., and exterior use. ''AH sizes, co DOYLE AUTO. FIRE BOAT please apply in person Personnel
Mrs. Hazel: Rosser of i E. CONNER Manager Aunland
Penney Training Center
Family Covered Dish Dinneron .lors. Bradford County Telegraph INSURANCE JIMMY: MOORE'SSUN
September 24. Honored at Farms" presiding. The Council a AGENCY QftlMlvlllc, 1'Ifo}

this time were couples who will be host for the 4-H Awards OFFICIAL I tee g SPORTS An equal opportunity. employ

Banquet on October:! 9 in Green INSPECTION STATION I er.
have celebrated their Golden PHOTOCOPIERS $99.30'
Wedding Anniversaries. Seatedat Cove, and membership) clubs Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30 P. M. to $625. Take the: drudgery from out BAIRDMobile MOORE BOAT TOR

the 'guest table were Mr. will send volunteers to serveor Except Saturday 0.13 Noon of paper work.-Bradford County Homes YOUR MONEY ED WAINWRIGHT
( the
Forestry Fish
and Mrs. C, H. Haberstroh, Oct 11th. Fry on HILL'S GARAGE Telegraph. tf NEW and USED !Starke! Ph. M4-5701 AGENCYFor N
whose 50th anniversary was All Your
Sep:'lember' 7'. (Mrs. JX\, Azale The Fall Council Tour was Keystone Heights FOR SALE Around 400 ,balesof 8-10-12' WideGainesville Complete Outboard & Stern Insurance
Williams, in the absence of her 'planned for October 7 at Rainbow Telephone 473-485 good Coastal Bermuda Hay Drive Service and Repair. Need.SpeclaJlzlnlf .

husbandvho\ was out of town Springs. A special rate of to be cut In bales. I don't have Good Quality Complete Fiberglass Repatr. In L

took a bow. $2.50 for all features of the FOR RENT: TV sets, baby storage room. Ph. 9646114. j. CUI t o in-built' Fiberglass Mobile\ Home InsurancePh.
complex will be given if 20 B. White Reasonably Priced Fishing Boats. Starke 964-6818
At the honor table for those beds elee. guitars, amplifiers, tfchz A
'who have had many more or more attend. Please. arrange refrigerator: day. or week. DAHMER'3 Gainesville 378.2785
for reservations to reach the -7923. WANTED RN's and LPN's Serviced Guaranteed and WANTED: Used WringerWisher. D
than 50 of married life tf-ehg:
years BUY SELL TRADE: Used
extension office 'by October 3. -- 50 bed general hospital. :Make Delivered In Starke Area Will pay cash or take In E -
together were Mr. and Mrs. Furniture, Appliances Toys,
application. to '
Visitors will meet at the main Director of Nurses R
NO EXTRA COST trade on anything. DAHMER'0.
Joseph Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Tools. Wimberly's Trading
Co.
gate at 10 Hospital ;
tun.
Frank Price Mr. and :Mrs. her US 441 N. 450S NW 13th Post 7434 Blooding BlvdJacksonville. ., 9647923. tf-ehg
Mrs. EmCir( RltPnbu.vgh, Brown 2tch 10-2
Walter Bryon and Mr. and Gainesville378.27S ticks
.
LEGAL Bradford
FORMS. -
demonstration -
agent
Mrs.\ Thomas Hansen. Mr. and displayed : JEEP for sale Call 964-5262 '
commodity foods to be dis County Telegraph. Ph.
Mrs. Louis Kyle and Mr. and rji''I after 6 p.m. for further information 964-6305.
tributed low income families
to
Mrs. J. ,A. Williams, of Brook- 2tchg 10-2( SEWING MACHINES
starting October 6. Membersof I S. E. 2nd Ave &
lyn Lake, who were unable to ...-.. ..... Largest selections from 'which WILL BUY: Used AwUaneea,
attend... and Mr. Mrs. William: each club ,evil volunteer their Volkswagen COOK WANTED Good pay, to choose. Platt Necchl. Nelco. Furniture. TV'a Stereos, anything 2nd Street

Beam, Sr. services, and the Keystone ., apply In person. Longhorn Restaurant New Home. It Universal. MARYCARTER of value. DAHUTR-a.: Near Post Office

Mrs. Floyd Baker and her club will be represented >by Mrs. New & Used 301 South. tfchg REPAIR ALL MAKES Open 'Til.8 P.M.
Yvonne Daaey and Mrs. Hazel
SUPER STICK Vinyl PlMtlc
combo musical group presented a fine Davis. who will attend an orientation Sales. Service EXPERIENCED If :vourspa.ce National Sewing Letters, all sizes, colors. Perm
program of folk songs : heater
course on October 6. needs cleaning anent, for use on wood glass,
and Southern melodies.' 1. MI. North of TIII I Mall contact Gordon Machine Co.
W. Allen, 964-
The Keystone club was hostess plastic paper, metal, leather
Frank Ilgen announced GAINESVILLEJ'OR
pro- for the covered dish lunch. 7889. 3tchg 10-2( 611 W. University Ave. 378-1S55 ANYTHING! -Bradford County BUYINGLAND
gress on the purchase of the
eon served at the extension office. PAINTS Telegraph. tf
property adjacent to the sanc- FOR SALE2 bedroom home. i

uary. What was: formerly knownas FELLOWSHIP. CLUB Large kitchen and living room, FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur. FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed

the "Lewis property" the SALE Concrete blockhouse tile bath hardwood floors, car nished house for adult Also 102 E. Ilrownlee S*. room trailer outside city limits.J. .
little white house, has been The regular covered dish ; a bedroom, I bath central port and porch on nice corner furnished and unfurnished B. White, 964-6114. tfchg
renamed and Is known as the luncheon meeting of the Senior heat ft a1r-oondIUonna-! Corner lot; $4.400. Phone 964-7582, i Dixie Land Co.
apartments. 510 N.
Youth Building. It Is used by Fellowship Club will be held lot. Phone 964-5367. fang mornings! tfchg Cherry St. FOR SALE -3 br. home, car-

the Couples Class for Sunday Thursday Oct. 9, at 12:30: pm., UchgCAMPER pet in L. R., and D. R. and P. O. Box 158
wth Mrs. William Beam Sr. FOR SALE Apartment size
School hall. Itt bath, built-in kitchen,
youth meetings, and
presiding. The (Nominating 4 burner electric range in good St.
activities the young peopleof enclosed: garage, central heat. Marys, Ga.
the community. The new Committee will present a slate TUNIN REPAIRING condition; $25. Ph. 4734430. Call 964-7541. tfchg
'of officers for 1970, and a report 2tp 10.2 tfchg
leaders Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
are
will be the Rai- MELODY PIANO WANTED LISTINGSOn
given:! on CAR WASH
ibert Eklund. The Youth Fellow DRIVERS NEEDED
fOrd Horticultural Tour. SALES Homes and Acreage. Buyers
ship meets each Sunday at 7 PERSONALS SERVICE Semi Driver Experience Waiting Strout Realty Reg. FOR SALE 10 HP. ElectriC'
'P.m. helpful but not necessary. We Motor. Complete with starter
Broker
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price 2117 N. Temple Ave.
NEW CHOIR GOWNS will train you. For local and 2920 Waldo Road switch and wiring. Operates on
have from extended Ph. 964-6609 Starke Fla.
returned an WE
MAKE
The first Sunday in September over the road driving. You can Gainesville 376-0691 i 220 volts. Call Mr. Vaughn
visit to their: home city cf
the combined Adult and Their and earn $3.50 per hour and up, Authorized Dealer MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Home Bradford Co. Telegraph. Ph.
Osslnlng, N.Y.
Celestial Choirs, in procession. wife drove back with them.son after short training. For application "Starcraft" "Dreamer" KEYSEZERASE Park Trailers and spaces 964-6305. it

al down the center aisle, 'were Phone 378-5197 write: Nation Wide Safe- "Wheel Camper" for rent. Phone 9647498.

.d... .. .__ ty Director 1525 W, Memorial Travel Trailers Truck Btchg 10-16 ADDING MACHINE: .
.?:;:;:;:; ::;:r:};:K-x-x-Xtt-x-XrX::;::: :;:;:,::,::, ::-.: :sxssw:::::::::: :::::::::::: ;:;::;:.:;:;:;:.:.:;::::::::::::::::;:::::;;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::: Gainesville, Fla. Blvd.. Lakeland, Fla. 33801. or Campers Fold Downs Folder, complete ROLLS.FuA Baa .*-

Rebuilding Refinishing call 8136835975. 2tchg 10-2( SALES A SERVICE I TYPEWRITER nee ,
nPPII.'ria. TelegraphPBAM
ill DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home :IiII i, BUYERS WANTED Paper PAPER, Notebook Mimeo Paper Fillers.Bond- WANTEDGirl ........


8 half acre lots and a three HOOF TRIMINO. New and used Bradford County Telegraph. FOR RENT 2 furnished

I I STARKE VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY acre tract, all fronting on road. saddles.; saddle repair. The WANTED Part time man at, To Help ap.artments. Please call after 3

: : :MASTER Add Machines, with Nice set up for trailer park and Saddle Shop phone 9647707.2t TcRena Motel. tfchg I I Handle Ordersand p.m. 9646416. Itp
PHONE 964-6200 subtraction. this '
SPECIAL. home. A. J. Thomas, Realtor. 10-2 -
month only. $69.95. Ideal for Telephone 964.5701. $50 REWARD for return of 2 Small)) Amount PURPLE TIP peas for sale.

" 1:; :' home or light office work.- FOR SALE Reno properties femile Bird dogs, brown & of Book Work Cecil E. Crawford, Lawtey

KEYSTONE 4733176'I;r Bradford County Telegraph tf FOR SALE Mallard ducks and building: lots. 20% return. \110.llte. Last Sept. 22 near I Must Be Ambitious and phone 7823135. Up

$4.50( a pair. Phone 964-7015. It Write "A", Bradford County Stirke. Call 964-6879 or 964-,
; ..: PHONE ; HELP WANTED Waitress. Telegraph.:' 2tchg 10-9 5871. Itchg Able to Meet Public EXPERIENCED mother wants

t'r.-- .. _- .L Apply in pe1'8OlB & 0 :Restaurant WILL BABYSIT in my home. FOR INTERVIEW baby sitting In her home. Call
f'}}:........"."...""."_"J":"..."..".".."..:yXxX'X'xK'X'X::::: :::: : : <'X'-...:,...'>>>.....'''......%'...'..>.....---w..'X:=> tfchg, For information call 964.6200 KEYSTONE WANTED: To FOR SALE 1958 Chevy V-8, I CALL 964-6848 9647056. Itp

j (where husband Is employed) care for children in my home. power steering, radio and heater -
After 10 A.M.
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, I.2t Have own transportation to auto' trans. $175. See Bud, Monday BUY EQUITY Lovely 3 bed.

furnished. 3V4 acres, high and carry jnd pick up children at Spears at Minces Manor Trailer Start Work Tuesday room 2 bath house. For particulars .

CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL dry. On Hwy: UJ at Klngsley WANTED to Purchase 40 school. Call 473-4978. Itp Park. lip SEARS call 964-7649 or 964-
1 Lake. Phone 533.2977.2tehg 10-3 acres or lees in North Florida I 6557. 4tchg 104

1 Partly improved or Timber I.OST Last week male Brin REDUCE safe and fast with Catalog Store .

1J PAYROLL ENVELOPES land. Write Earl J. Hicks Box die and White Bulldog. Hid GoBese tablets and E-Vap FOR SALE 59 English Ford.

,J Robert L. KitchensTile Bradford County Tetognph. 627, Jacksonville 32201.4tp collar & tag No. 7124. Reward "water pills." Andrews Drugs.I I 128 Temple Ave. Like new tires, $100. Ph. 9647733. -

Ph 964-6SOS. .10.231(_ I Phone 964-6053. Itchg lOtp 11-20( J I Its


Contractor 23" Emerson All Channel ,
DAHMER'SDISCOUNT 62" Danish Modern
TV CONSOLE
W. "0"0"
J ed Motorola Stereo:
$179 Value
1020 E. CALL ST. 964.6923 master charge When New

STARKE FLORIDA ,"a ,........... C&"O 3 DAY SPECIAL HOUSE $399.95 BANKAMERICARD.I
.
.
i $ Ph. 964-7923 Now $149.95 j

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