Bradford County telegraph
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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 9, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Site $ $ Study

NeededCivic To Get ShowsFederal

,club, professional, and ref Fp HISry } r participation in

civic leaders, plus representatives More StudyA an Alligator Creek flood ti

from Lawtey Brooker, control project appears unwarranted -
and Hampton were Invited to at present because
an open meeting hell: Thurs costs would out

day. Sept. 25, regarding the bill calling for consolidation of 42 Florida counties !{ Y 14j weigh benefits, the Bradford I
construction of a new Bradford into 14 was assigned to a subcommittee for fur i'k; County Commissionhas

County The meeting library. was called by ther study Monday after a 2'/ hour public hearing been told.
before the House Local
Government Committee in
Mrs. John Sanders, chairmanof
the Bradford County Library Tallahassee.Small Annual costs of flood control j

Building Committee, to discuss county officials and private structures, such as dams, bridges ,,.
the recent binder placed on citizens attending hear- Jacksonville, as undemocraticand : and gates, and costs of
ing denounced the bill, Intro- placing the tax dollar above maintaining a canal would be \
Continued on rage ) duced by Reo. John Crider of the welfare of the public. $38,000 compared to $24,800In
----- -- Rep. Gene Shaw, of Starkethe -- benefits from reduced flood

only spokesman appearingat damages to homes streets, and
the hearing from Bradford sewers, states the reconnais-
Has County told the committee, sance report of the 1968 flood-
Lawtey The report deals in numbersand Wet ing on Alligator Creek, Lake
doesn't take people into Muddy, Happy Rowell, Lake Crosby, and Lake
consideration. A lot of my people Sampson.

live escaped in Clay.from We Duval don't Countyto have Straggly hair, muddy feet:! : and all Bradford High Prevatt, Charlene Howell:! Ellen Bloodworth, Anne That report made by the Army

the problems of the larger cheerleadersvere:, :! still full of pep and good spirits Terwillegar, Carolyn Brown, June Hardy, and Denise Corps of Engineers and dated

2 Fire TrucksThe counties.* after their team defeated! ;c3t.: Augustine 12-0 Friday 1V inkier. September 5, 1969 was receivedby

: Rep. Ralph Tyre of Lake The wet:! young ladies are Cindy Strickland, Debra the county; this week. The
City urged the committee "not study was requested on Oct. 16,

Lawtey Volunteer Fire welcome to attend the meet to let the dollar dictate your 1968 by the County; Commission,

' Department is now equipped ings and join the department.To actions.Eddie Haffner. of Tallahassee and trol made Act of under 1948 the Flood Con-
as amended.
with two trucks having a total report fires, the public To Get
executive secretary of County KeysTo Purpose of the study was to
capacity of 1,500 gallons of water may call Jordan ((782.3220)), the Florida Association of determine the feasibility and
and Is prepared to fight Massey ((782-3708)) or Starke County Commissioners, argued justification for flood control
fires "anywhere In the county 964-6161, day or night. that there is no evidence of a works in the basin of Alligator -
," according to Lawtey fire mandate from the people to con- Creek and the three lakes.
Chief: M. M. Jordan solidate the small counties. He
The second truck which arrived challenged Rep. Crider to attach Courthouse FridayOfficials An Oct. 3 letter from Joe
in Lawtey last week, was McRaeHeads a referendum clause to J. Koperskl, chief engineering
purchased from the Meadow- the bill so people in the coun- division, Jacksonville distrIct
brook Fire Department for ties affected could vote on the Army Corps of Engineers

15000. It has a capacity of proposal. have received the begin moving in Friday. tally complete. That amountsto states;
500 gallons. The tank truck, already Crider and his home countyof go-ahead to begin moving into All the furniture for the new $72,397.32. In other action, tile Commission -
owned by the department Duval were targets for a the new $720,000 courthouseon building is not yet Installed, Architect George asked that : Federal participation in
carries 1.000 gallons. deal of criticism leveledat --Voted unanimously to close flood control improvements -
great North Temple Avenue this but the Board decided not to Triest's request to have the
Jordan said that the truckobta1n.ed. CouncilCouncilman the bill. Frequent jibes were Friday. wait on that. retalnage reduced to five per road running west off US-301 that benefits resulting
from Meadowbrook aimed at Duval's disaccredi- Keys will be turned over to Most Officials have indicated cent be granted. near Tom Tavern south of from a project exceed the pro-
wJbe paid for over a 12- ted schools and its consolidated county; officials Friday at noon. they will begin moving op- "Do you recommend it?" Starke near the county line. ject costs. The plan of improvement
month period, and.will be fin Jnmeg (Potllck- government. Architect Frank (:icorge told erations Monday. Business in Commissioner Zedra Hamilton Petition to close was made by evaluated for Alli-
anced by the sale of $2 associate er) McRae got up'from a sick Lamar Hancock: Suwannee the Commission Monday the the courthouse the ilrst part asked, "We hold you responsible. Anthony F. Henckowsky. No gator Creek did not meet this J
County Commissioner' told of the week at least will be one appeared at the advertised criteria; therefore, furtherstudy -
memberships In the Department bed Tuesday: to ,be sworn in as building is complete for all ."
and special money- chairman cf the 1969.70 Starke Crider that one of the reasons practical purposes. Remaining at a stand still, County Clerk "You hold me responsible! public hearing Monday to op- In this area does not appear -
raising events, such as two City Council. Duval County contributes more is a 'punch list of items to Charles Darby predicts. All the architect repeated "Under pose the road being closed. warranted at this time.
turkey shoots to be staged in Sworn in along with him for tax revenue to the state thanit be corrected by ContractorErnest records will be packed or in the circumstances, wait until --Delegated Commissioner
receives in return is due Ralph Bryan to meet with Sanitarian The 1968 flood, in which more
: Lawtey on Nov. 15 and 22. two tams were Mayor Triest, usual in all such transit making it inconvenientto next week until after the engi-
Lawtey firemen are making Carl Hurst year City Clerk Merrill to money spent by small coun- jobs, and a final check on carry on business, the clerk neers release their equipment Jack Trawick to locatea than 16 inches of rain fell in
ty citizens in Jacksonville.We site for a borrow pit on SR- Bradford County; In a week,
i a house- ouse solicitation Edwards Police Chief Kenneth mechanical equipment. The job of moving will be the architect stated
100 west of Starke. Residents flooded a large area and caused
each Saturday in the area Fuqua, and freshman Council contribute $17 million an- After talking with the arch- carried out by each office staff The Board agreed that upon
are presently using a site near damage.
north, east and west of the nually to Duval's economy. itect the County; Commission plus the county; road crew. recommendation from George
man Jimmy Bowen. Lake which cannot be
Starke city limits and the pub The new chairman is ill witha Hancock said. 'It would seem Chairman Dave Shuford sugges- Triest has been paid all but that five per cent of the con- Sampson made land fill be- "The fact that most of the
lic is asked to cooperate: by virus. they would be able to share ted, and the Hoard agreed, to the 10 per cent retalnage being tract price, or half the retaln a sanitary flooded area is sparsely deve-
taking associate membershipsin McRae is beginning his sec Continued on Pace Pour' ) allow the various officials to held until the job Is to- age, be paid Triest. (Continued on Fate Four) loped prevented the damages

the Department. No charge ond term on the council. He from being higher. If uncon-
Is made by the Lawtey depart trolled of the floodplain
succeeds veteran Orle Wiggins :::: :::::::: :::::: :;;:;::::: :: ::::: : : :::: : ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: SatUf development
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ment for answering calls to as chairman.: Wlgjlrs has heaJ- 1f-'S :::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: is allowed to continue,
fires anywhere in the county future floods will cause much
ed the council fcr the past two

Jordan At a meeting said. last Thursday years. He was named:! chairmanpro i P greater damages In 1968 than,' Koperskl those experienced -
tern Tuesday night. Action
night.elected vice Spurgeon president Massey of was the Attcrney George PIerce was and : Set For Calf Scramble I vent states.unwise"Local development action to pre-of

re-appointed city attorney '
Department, succeeding Mar flood prone areas can help to

vin Rosier D. E. Boatwright surveyor Merrill McMillan was Girls chasing greased pigs Thomas Lefevers, Jackie Lee Forsyth, R. M. Hersey, Jr., reduce future flood damages.
named city surveyor.
was elected sergeant, and Wen again as and boys chasing calves, or 1 ( Marr, Robert Norman, and Rex Anderson and Hubert Grlf- he states.
Tae: post of dog catcher is .
deU KellY was named to fill a vice-versa, will be the main v Charles Crews. fis.
vacancy on the board of direc unfllsd. Newly elected Police! feature at the third Calf Scram- Girl contestants In the Pig Contributors are listed as Local action suggested by the
Chief Kenneth, Fuqua said he ble and Horse Show sponsoredby J Scramble are Sue Edwards, follows: federal engineer is:
tors.Meetings are held each wouLI name 'a, person: to fill the Bradford County Chamber 'V. Brenda Starling, Elizabeth Harvey Container Corp. of America, --Increase public awarenessof
Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the the post soon. of Commerce at the Fair- : > ::1"" ,., f.r f\ Cindy Duck, Debbie Scott, E. 1 I. duPont Co.. Bradford the flood problem by dIstribution -
Lawtey city hall. The first One bond trustee, Jewett grounds here. ."."" ..' .' Margaret Smith, Mary Smith, Furniture Corp., CommunityState of maps showing flood
Tuesday of each month is the Fogg, was re-appointed to a no. There is admission charge. .,. ,, :" ... Vickie Anderson, Kelly Rich Bank of Starke Florida prone areas.
business meeting with drills then term.Reno. Starting at 7:15: p.m. specta- _' ards, and Carol McKinney. Bank at Starke, First Federal --Land-use controls, or zon-
!held on the other three Tues' tors will be able to see all Scramble judges will be Art Savings and Loan, !Florida Hydrocarbons ing regulations, to control the
days. Jordan said that anyone four scrambles without Inter- _" W. Schulz (captain), A. II. liar- Florida Gas type of development permittedin
interested in learning how to ruption. ley Jr., Carl Hurst, Ernest Transmission Owen Joist of flood hazard areas.
Man Action will begin 5:30 Frank Williams Dave Power and
a p.m. Triest Florida, Florida
operate the fire equipment is
Saturday Oct. 11, when theBradford Shuford, W, Ralph DIggs, Don Light, :Mary Ann Smith, :Mld- --Building codes designed to
.'rstssti ---tit and Union Roping Hill, F.rvln Andrews and Fos- !Florida Production Credit reduce damages to buildings in
Come To The Shot InSunday Clubs will present final com- ter Shi Smith. Assoc., Winn Dixie, Torode OH the flood plain.It .
I Third Annual II petition in two horse show e- .f' Horse show judges are Leo Co., Clay ElectricCoopcratlve, should also be noted that
vents. Only the final compe- Thornton Austin Moody, mil I'. I D. Reddish. future floods larger that the
CALFSCRAMBLE II tition is set Saturday, the prelimInaries G 19IJ8; event can and probably will
FracasJesse having been taken occur,' Koperski states in his
I care of earlier to shorten the Two of scramble calves, Robert letter to the Board.
festivities.At and Gerald Hosier, sons of Cedric Rosier of Lawtey,

II FREE ADMISSION II McLeon, of Reno, was 6:30: p.m. there will bea show off their prizes. City Council To Seek According report to completed the Reconnaissance by the
parade and presentation of
Bradford shot the
County through upper right
colors engineers, there are two separate -
II shoulder with his own .38 revolver flooding areas in the

FairgroundsSaturday II about 5:30 p.m. Sunday At 7 p.m. the Calf Scramble 1968 rains-- one on Alligator k
as the result of an argument begins A welcome r Engineering ProposalsA Creek and the second on
Oct. will be given
111 three and
men a by Mrs Loyree LaNler, the three lakes Crosby, Howell -
7:00 P.M. girl.The president of the Chamber. Mas- and Sampson.
I. 1r shooting occurred In the
street in front of the house ter of Ceremonies is G. T. st p watch: cuuU result In II.s, tuition[ wn, inini'li' it(:'lyMC'T'li Canalization was the only
Fried Chicken II where Annibelle Bird was stay- Huggins At county agent. the hitr4: of a new cinjliaviln'; ., I Ijy r. iiicilin, ,.i.i J.miny structural solution consideredto
Dinner Served I Ing. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red- scramble 7:15 p.m. the first calf film for th_- City "f Slinks Jii.ucii, win, huh.., jrt b'I < ii the flooding problems In
From 5:30 P.M. dish said the girl is believedto There will be will take place. war tuk''a by Ihs: City OuncilTu ..UOIII i III I'l 111; .it on Hi both areas, the report states.
I By The I have been the subject of the one 15 minutes four scrambles with every no Average annual flood damagesfor
BUS Future Farmers I argument, although the entire other events in between. "I bln-ve:: our CIM.KLCIJU :an I fI.'A"1I vuli-'l.,[ l'iiI'.n. ::: the lake estimated
I area were -
incident was "confused. N -TViCM: li.U'l: bj re."'v.4uuled ,
> motion mi
Of America The final scramble will bea Co inc.IMIin o.:: inWii'.KIIIH at 93,5110. In addition to
During the and
I $1.25 Per Person I argument greased pig scramble for at this tinitsal.I, Cuuiisiliiuu : vied[ HI.Ill! ,t It. Whet flood prevention benefits, annual -
; I scuffling zell Wilson between(Annlbelle's McLeod brother I- girls. Ten girls will chase pigs Neil Tucker in brujgliiny UKJ He: viiliwi, qu| ., tint. ':1! Attor- benefits of about$10,400 f

Don't Forget ), and Bernard Carter, all in a first of its kind activity topic lily) (1".1! ,.' IVid.v'l{; I thai per year could accrue for Increased -
1 I of Reno McLeod for the Bradford scramble. fear in.'mli'-i" .' '; of the uuii.cil: land use if adequate
went to his
Shine Club .
car and got a pistol. Reddish At 8:30 p.m. the final two He tern Hlaf'tl: ( : wi-i-: |ln.,.'...-|ut In ,11. '",. Hi-& tu control of the lakes were pro-

I Harvett Ball I said McLeod then struck Wil- horse show events, the clover Three entrants in the first girls greased pig scram "I ni'ivu' lli.it the City of Iontin l v''I'| wu v..illil.,! vided.
son in the face with the weapon leaf and jumping figure eight, ble get a little practice before the big event. SI'ukrc.ill Gn, ,r ClIl.\ill.1I11.\i> : pi ">. "ItM -oin i like[ .( litlji., ....tuIV -
Sat.. Oct. 11 will take place. o-.iU! < ," Tuck T, -nh' I. 'Co hold the, !lakes low enough
and in the ensuing scuf- |> limn' ut I'M it fi.ii.r"im': : '; eunnn' ( ;
They 4-IIer's
rills Contributed III fle one of the others got hold Area of the arena for the calf are Luwtey Mary Smith, Elizabeth ri'ln.j: [inns In I:.' muni.I: by Ci.-iim-Hm' I'. '1'. N ..1.11 wn1 to protect the, presently sparse
and lliend.i
II of the Harvey, Sapp. al} nt iln- to ::1 ilh In development would requlrosub-
I gun and fired a shot and pig scrambles will be reduced the Council.' Thi r |1,1 ioinhilsXV | a III

Weekly to Publicize!:: stantial enlargement of II10out
at McLeod's Lundy
shoulder in size this Mill illtlllll., :' 1'llBU.l 111)4) (|l.ll-"| / :
I Community Events by II' McLeod was charged with aggravated to County Agent year,Mug according Huggins says all plans have ifiu.it.i.I11.1:< ( : "i.tui-.iil' fiiiiiiii, ....- 'I nek-i' 'A'Hil,I out i "comment let through: Sampson Kivor a
assault for his initial gins, so that spectators will been completed and tills year's ny Wise, Danny Jackson, Les- Iii! .,11 i VIOI-H fur cl-'cLuc I'''*:TKril fill. III".I' nil) .11.|| HI' !I..It., rx) !- 'IIL| control' structure. and (MMHlbty
The"Community II attack on Wilson. be right on top of the action. scramble should top the previous lie Crews Jr., Kelly I'orsyth, "''l.llliHI' |I" A.'l.1' >Ili: 1 Illlllltioil, I I. -iv Iii: h10"IiI, |'|' |. ':.:i| new h IK'11:',way and railroad brid
I State Bank The injured man received e- 'There will also be a pre two. Jerry Lee, l Dell ClenuKis, w.lirr, *ni.ly.: : WIt.,t T ,ili.sliiliiilinn I'.ivrn I.I I l-.iir iirniHIM, .* : [lulu ges.:
Woodrow tariffs; Mike Bryan,
mergency treatment at Bradford liminary event- fried chicken Participants In the Scramble Hiui'liiu.Lirutiifiit, .,,.rwIM.I".U M'l-il( il I /liv tin-. Council< i.iit. in-
I Accounts Now Insured I County; Hospital, was dinner Hubb.1. Dennett Michael Oliver, '/In Ini" ,.. I utuie urljan duvelupment.4tho / |
follows i Hi
served beginning at are as : I.arry Oglesby Jimmy Strickland Wayne Nor- : ('''11.1'11'11, g..is' iliilnbuI1 : (I. lIt 'IIIMI.I-i. low :aio.ts: aiound tile lakos:
Up to 915,000 by I transferred to the Gainesville 5:30: by the Bradford High FFA (CtiKcne: Meng, Norman man, lUcky'I'omllnsonandJcr-/ ,.1.i ;in...l 'H'li.'lul '.T: tin'i-i" 'IIIK 1\1110,11., .. moth .nut:| (Ml..irk .:( should ,lx ic.slilclvd bi prevent
1 Medical Center, and is now Chapter Dinners will be $1.25 Traylor, l Dennis liluxlen, (.Iry fur Hir ('ily III| 1 Kl.i.kiUtiUt'vt. ./.. ,"vIII.'. ,
Walters. additional flood losses the
':.-- ---- -A recuperating at home. each. I'revatt, Dnnny Bass, Dtm- ry -
(Continued on Page Four)
Alternates are Gerald; Mcng, :also ,nUlus..r. .

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-- j Interest To. r Stork Shower Birthday Party

Of For Mrs. Wells
'. For Christa Moody >

.. y % At Gaines HomesMrs. %
Moody celebrav
WOMEN honoredat ted Little her first birthday Monday J,
I Mike Wells was
.: a stork .shower Saturday afternoon at a party given by }
night, given by Mrs. Donald her mother.! Mrs. Judl Maody: ...x.
+*+* wi. t Gladys;.Mooty: Phone tN-76M _g( Bagwell.and Mrs.Mrs.L. IM.Johnny Gaines Johnson at the, er at,the Mrs.home Jeanette of her Alkire.Chrlsta's Krandmoth-.

4 of the latter.A <.
: home great aunt. Mrs.
Club Hears _ _
Junior baby theme was Lynn Ormond, assisted in carIng '
Civil Defense TalkThe L In the decorat'ons. A slyro- for the children and passed -'.
the gift
foam stork
out favors.
Club table and a novelty baby arrangement '.

met Monday Junior, Oct.Woman's 6. at the __________________ centered the lace Moving pictures were taken "
covered refreshment table. Alii of the eight
club hous with (Mrs. Bill '
arrangement of roses was also they played and enjoyed re-
Chambers president presiding.The of birthday cake '.
used In the living room. freshments
public affairs. cmmittee
Games were played by the 25 and Ice cream.Brownie "
was In charge of the program.
chairman 1 guests and prizes awarded.
Mrs. George Loper ,
Introduced the guest speaker The hostesses presented the
honoree with a plastic baby Scouts
Frank Williams Civil Defense __,
director, who showed slider of bath tub filled with assorted May Register Now ,;
accessories a memento -
baby as
his! trip to the Hurricane Co.- _
of the occasion.
L4i 1 mine area.Membership. Elementary school girls wish.
chairman, Mrs. Ing to sign up for the Brownie ..
Jimmy: Bowen submitted 12 : Scouts may register with Mrs. '
names for membership. to the .- I ', I Little WomenTo Jean Morris, troop leader, on ."
club: Mrs. Joe Stlvilla Mrs. Meet MondayThe Mondays at 3:15: p.m. In the
Leo Tedder Mr*. Glenn Moore First Baptist Church.

Mrs. Jimmy !ILawson Mrs. Vernon Pictured at Sunday afternoon' reception for new Chamber Commerce, manage Little Woman's Club >
Reddish. Mrs. ,John Arthur Brownie Troop 604. with Mrs. >;
:Reddish. Mrs. Jimmy Reddish and family (from left): Mrs. Loyree LaNier, hostess; Mrs John Myers. Mr. Alye'ra' will meec Monday October 13 R. S. Mulllns leader meets ,'

Mrs. John Bradey Mrs. Linda and daughters Kathy and TriaL 1969 at 7:30: p.m. Mondays at 3:30: p.m. at the .'-

'Kay Johns Mrs. Arnold Grins, Rep. Gene Shaw will discuss !home of Mrs. Marion Payne. ..
Mrs. George Ricks and Miss LaNier Home Scene! of Reception For John Myers FamilyMrs. parllmentary procedure
Each girl is reminded to
Hope Holday. Troop 370 Mrs. Carolyn
Refreshments 'were served by Loyree LaNler president tlque! candelabra holding eper- this table from silver services bring $3.00 for her dues. Eaves leader meets Tuesdaysat .
the hostess chairman Mrs. of the Starke-Bradford gnettes filled with pink and Approximately 400 guests Hostesses will be Misses June 3:15: p.m. In Methodist Fellowship -

Charles Hall. Mrs. Marc Jack-: County Chamber of Commerce, red .sweetheart rosss.! Coffee called during the appointedand Hardy and Ellen Bloodworth. Hall. :.

eon, and Mrs. Bill Chambers. entertained at an informal reception :! punch were also served at hours.

and tea at her home

Birthday Party :Sunday seven, o'clock afternoon for from guests threeto to Shop These Grand Specials At

meet the new Chamber of Commerce .
For Miss CoburnMiss manager, John Myers, .

Amy' Coburn was hon- and Standing his family.In the receivingline Carp's Starke Plaza Sunday Afternoon 1 to 6 P.M.

Miss Susan Piercy And J, W. Barren: ored on her 85th birthday: Tuesday were Mr. and:! Mrs. Myers
when members: of Circle and daughters, Kathy and .
Married In Double Ring CeremonyMiss 1 entertained: at a coffee in Trtsh, Mrs. J. W. Klncald Mrs. OCTOBER IS GR --i
Fellowship Hall folswing the Clyde B. TerwUlegar Jr.. and
Susan Margaret Piercy Fuju mums and an altar bench general meeting of the Women's IM. A. Baldwin Jr.. president
became the bride of Jeffrey were also used. Family pews Society of Christian Ssrvice. elect of the Chamber.
Wayne Warren Sept. 6 at 8p.m. were marked with white satin The Wesleyan Sunday Schoolroom Arrangements of pink and ,
In the First Baptist Church, bows. where the party was and red roses were used:! I < I
Sanford, with the pastor. Rev. The matron of honor, Mrs. held was decorated with arrangements throughout the party rooms STIVAl o I VALUES

Fred Chance officiating at the Winston Piercy sisterinlawof of garden fowers. for the occasion. DEPARTMENT, STORES I
candelight double ring cere- the bride, wore a gown of The refreshment table was The tea table in the dining
mony. ribbed aqua karate featuringa covered with a white linen room was covered with a white siSxfc**.
The bride is the daughter of high neck with reembroideredlace cloth and held an artistic arrangement linen cutwork cloth and centered -
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Piercyof beading and aqua velvet of ageratum and with an antique fruit INCREDIBLE VALUE!
Sanford and the groom is ribbon extending all the way coleus. bowl holding: red roses. This
the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. down the back panel. She carried Mrs. Jack Eaves WSCS pres. was flanked by silver cande- -I LADIESSHIRT

Warren of Starke. a nosegay of white car- ident, poured punch while Mrs. labras holding white tapers. A -.--. -' I
Mrs. Doris Milam, organist, nations with aqua babe's\ breath F. W, Strickland, chairman of ,silver coffee and a silver punchbowl
presented a program of wed- and long white ribbon streamers. Circlet 1, of which the honoree graced either end of the SALE

ding music. MisyKlm Bartlett is a member. poured coffee. table.In .
Miss Nancy Stewart of Coral
accompanied Miss Robin Warren -
Miss Coburn was presentedwith
Gables maid of honor and the Florida room the
sister of the who
groom a beautiful :blue wool ,.
several selections.The bridesmaids were the Misses punch table was covered with a I _
sang bride, given in marriageby Sheila De Shong, Tallahassee; sweater -a momento from her white cutwork cloth and cen- rsi (

her father and mother worea Jean Thibault, Tampa, and Joey circle memmbers. tered with a five-branch an- q $2.99
formal gown of sheer silk Wlnn and Al Szoke, both of Present to enjoy the party
with the honoree were members value
organza over bridal taffeta featuring Sanford. Miss Kathy Piercy ,
an Empire bodice cousin of the bride, was junior of the Society, the Rev. UDC Delegates
DeWitt Fara.bee Jr., pastor \
accented with Alencon lace em- bridesmaid and another cousin,
broidered with seed pearls and Miss Teresa Piercy,was flower and Miss Mary Demaree of Named At MeetingMrs.

sequins. The full flowing empire girl. All of the attendants wore Gainesville. ,
back and organza sleeves,which gowns Identical to that of the O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. .
ended in points at the wrists, matron of honor and all wore W. Klncald'' were co-hostess ,
were trimmed with similar embroidered matching silk Illusion veils and es Wednesday of last week ,
Jace. The detachable carried carnation nosegays with when they entertained! members -.5, I

Chapel train, falling into a gen- the exception of the flower girl of W. T. Weeks Chapter, ,
tle sweep. was bordered with who carried a basket of rose UDQ. at their home on Walnut S ,
Alencon lace. Her fourtieredveil petals. Street. shirts all permanent f'
of imported silk illusion John Warren, brother of the 7 ; long and roll-up sleeves;

was attached to a crown of seed groom. was best man, and ser- Arrangements of yellow plaids and prints; and a
pearls and she carried formal ving as usher-groomsmen were choice of collar styles ,
bouquet of white roses with Winston Piercy brother of the mums and orange marigoldsand 3238. Hurry for best selec .
natural foliage. bride, Lancaster, S. C.: David other fall flowers were I
The church was decorated Lanier, Sanford; Champ Madl- used In decorating the meetIng

with widespread rosettes of gan. Orlando, and Randy Atwater rooms.
palms and expansive brass can- and Jeff Montgomery fC'A
delabra at each side of the both of Gainesville. Scott Rea- Mrs. L. G. Powell, president "
altar In a symetrlcally decor- gan was ring bearer. conducted the meeting. Mrs.
ated church setting. Standing Following the ceremony a reception Klncald1! and Mrs. W. B. Mun-
bouquets of white glads and was held at the San- Idy were elected delegates, and LADIES V 5\\
ford Woman's Club. Mrs. J. A. Mrs. Charley E. Johns. and
Calhoun greeted guests at the Mrs. C. A. Knight were elect Xi"
< V, door and Miss Susan Perkins ed alternates to attend the SHELLS

..< presided at the bride's book general convention which will .
table which was overlaid with a be held in -
Birmingham, Ala. .
white cloth and adorned with a In November.Mrs. : $2.50 -
single white rose in a crystaland $166
silver bud I value
vase. 1
Lester Crews
gave a report -
Decorations included arrangements on the recent trip she ,'
Long shells with zipper back t
of white gladioli and Miss Madge Mlddleton Mock and full turtlenecks in solids or
and greenery. Highlighting the took to Olustee State Park. j;
refreshment table, which was RAIN-SHEDDING Cotton stripes. Fine gauge nylon looks groat

also covered with a white cloth, velveteen in flaming pink Mrs. Powell had charge of $2.9.9volut I after repeated, washings. Pastels and (1
season's darks. S M L.
creates one of the
was a candelabra with white the program and read selec. ,
coat and dress (
CharIe most stunning ;
tapers Interspersed with chry- ensembles. The embroideredcoat tions from Sydney Lanler's
santhemums and fern. Punch poems'
which Is weather-proof
was served from two silver LADIES DENIMSTRETCH
for all its glamorous look -
Jots bowls with !Miss Cecile Heard tops a wide-belted dress with During the social hour the -
pouring, assisted by Miss Marilyn roll collar. By Naman Rain hostesses served a delicious duroy.: Long sleeve, butt: PANT
Redding and Susan Bour- wear. .salad course to the 17 membersand down collar and long t i
geaus, sorority sisters of the Colors. 6-16. l. ,
About This Question: bride. one visitor, Mrs. C. W. Our
The three-tiered wedding lie lists at hay (ever \vho( Walters, of Dublin, Ga. Reg.GalS 1/
cake ha"'t'" d a vertebnii SLACKS 5200 t r
I've known of guns stolen bride and topped groom was a miniature decorated of1tIII":: ...,.... $2.99 I

from the car or shack with aqua roses, swans and

guns accidentally droppedin angels and flanked by burning 5166 iu\v.5\ Trim and tapered flattering stretch / I

the lake, damaged a- white tapers. Mrs. Holly and S' .99 ** 7 fit. Side zipper. narrow waistband.
gainst a rock, or burnedup Mrs. Hal Piercy, aunts of the \ --. washable. fashion colors. 8-18. I
bride. cut and served the cake. vasteS -
in a fire. Can I get SCOTT'SMobile slacks\ onjj

insurance on my guns and For traveling Mrs. Warren Entire stock. \ 0'ints.regulars. LADIES PLUSHBOOTIES'
chose a short sleeved beige .
equipment against %
any wool dress with leather trim sate S our pick '
kind of loss or damage? tlare leg tak 9 SIZES 1.11save.
and brown accessories. The Home SalesHIGH x' .... ..$2.44 \\
couple left for a wedding .. $1.49
Charley E.
trip to the Out Island Inn, value 100
Georgetown Island, Bahamas. $4t stua'lS
JOHNS AGENCY Their new residence is Gainesville Ga\.S Soft. thick plush printed
where the groom has enrolled design. Soft sole. Blue
131 atLawSchool.Both grad QUALITY washabte I ,
So. Walnut St. $1.59 or pink. 510.
uated from the University of in soho
Phone 964-5070 \knits
Florida last August.

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annual Sigma."Ritual Phi of Jewels"will hold Mon lU I WANT ,

-_ day Oct. 13 at the Garden .t!
: Rev. Glen Lawhon of Forest Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. L.Woodburn Restaurant at 7:30: p.m.
and Mrs.
Lajoas Toth
. City; was Monday night visitor of had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. The last meeting was held
Miami will be
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ben- weekend guestsof Keith Reeves and family of at the home of Mrs. Ben Mox- I
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis San-
, nett. ders. Winter Park last Wednesday ley on Monday Sept. 22. with : II 't'tt
John A. Williams, stationedIn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rig- 'overnight, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sidney Jackson serving as SOMEONE WHO CAN
Vietnam, has been promoted don of Jacksonville were Sun- James Double of Babson co-hostess.. I
from PFC to Spec. 4. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. the first of this week.
Comer Ferryman of Jacksonville J. L. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade James Seymour, Vocational \
was visiting: his mother, attended the NLPGA board Employment Counselor of the t
Mrs. E. K. Perryman over For a brand new "Lovler meeting In Hilton Head, S. C. Plorida State Prison was guest t
the weekend. You" You Need LUZIER'S from Friday to Thursday of speaker. He gave an Interesting I SAVE YOU MONEY? t
Mrs. Betty; Register and Mrs. Cosmetics created individually last week. talk- on the work release program t
C. T. Wade spent the weekendIn for you. Evenings and Week Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimer being carried out there. t
Tampa. ends 9647966. Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and with Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi enjoyed refreshments served -
grandchildren. Klff and Mary Mrs. J. G.Caldwell and niece, Smith.< by their hostess and co- t
Beth Mendoza, and Miss Gloria Mrs. Mark Mack of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green hostess. II t .
Johns of Jacksonville were visited Mrs. Georgia Mack in were In Atlanta. Ga. over the .
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Car- the University Medical Center weekend visiting their son-in- I
rie Ritch and Miss Annie Dar- on Sunday.Mr. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. t HERE'S POOR THAT CAN. t
by. and Mrs. Dave Paulk vi- ;Eddie Douglas, and attendedthe Duplicate Bridge .
sited Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Clemson-Georgia Tech
Local admittances to Brad- Paulk In Lake City on Sunday.Mr. football game. Winners Named'Mr. t
: ford County Hospital this week and Mrs. L. N.Woodburnof Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Akrldge t
Include: Mrs. Mary Wynn, and Elmhurst, 111. and Clear- and son, Shawn, and Mr. and and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- ERMIE JONES WALTER ALVAREZ
Jose V. Moreira, Hampton; water were weekend guests of Mrs. Billy Hodge spent the willegar were east-west win- -
Mrs. Charity Glisson,Mrs.He- Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn. weekend with S/Sgt. and Mrs. ners at the Starke Duplicate t t
len V. Egan,. Keystone Heights; Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen Willard W. Wynn at Columbus, Bridge Club Tuesday night witha
Robert G. Futch and Miss Nor- last Thursday to Sundayat Ga.Mr. score of 46. Mrs. Ruby Johns
ma Prevatt, Lawtey; Mrs. Lu- Miami Beach where Dr. and Mrs. Mike O'Brienand and MM. Ida Mae Shaw were t ESTON JORDAN JIM LAWSON
cUe E. Arnold, Lake Butler; Whlffen attended the executive children of Miami visited second with 38. t
Mrs. Mae E. Combs, Macclen- board meeting of the Florida Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Mr.
ny; Mrs. Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Optometric Association at and Mrs. T. H. Slade, over North-south winners were
Mabel Phillips, Mrs. Doris which Dr. Whlffen was elected the weekend. The Slades and :Mrs. H. T. Dent and Mrs. W. t t '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer
Moore, Mrs. Buna C. Jones
president of the Florida VIsion visitorsMr. H. Davis of Keystone Heights
Clyde Chambers McRae and Mrs., Mrs.Callle Sarah Gal- League. Mrs. Whlffen attended also. and had Mrs.as Saturday John Whelchel and with a score of 46V4.( (Mrs. Edward ................................................................................
the auxiliary meeting as and Sen. Tom Sladeof Burns and Mrs. MarthaMoore I t.
daughter I
ney, Starke; and Mrs. EmilyL. of the Northcentral second with I
president were a
and Miss Cor-
.Mr.Sllcox and Kingsley Mrs. John Lake.Leas) and Florida also Optometric as treasurer Auxiliaryand of the liss Mullins of Fort Pierce. score of 45.Overall 1963 Ford$795 1965 Chevelle) SS $870
Mr. and Mrs.Bobby Crawfordand t
Mrs. Jimmy Thrasher of Lake
City, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Florida Ralph Optometric Merritt Is Auxiliary.a patientIn son of Lake City spent the winners were Mrs. Galaxie 500 4 Pour Sedan V-8 Engine Itiicket, Seats V-8 Automatic Transmission. t
Hayes and daughters of Miami the Gainesville VA Hos- weekend with Mrs. Betty Craw Dent and Mrs. Davie. Automatic l Trans. Air Conditioned. Two- Power Steering Needs Carpets Yellow

and spent Mrs.Friday E. W.to Monday Hayes.with Mr. pital. ford.Mrs.. W. E. Mlddleton and open The to weekly the public tournamencs! and lesson-are I Tone_ _Paint_ _-_Unbelievably_ _ _ _Clean._ _ _ _ _with_ _hark_ _Interior._ _ _ _ _ _ _ I
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bald-
Col. and Mrs. Miss Madge Middleton spent review begins at 7 p.m. each \
J. A. Griffin
attended the retirement cere- win Jr. were Saturday over-. the weekend with Mrs. Merle Tuesday in the Pratt Street 1966 GTO $1685 1953 International i )
and Mrs.R. $169
mony and reception for General night. E.guests Hayward of Mr.In Jackson- Mardis In Indiatlantic. Recreation Center. The first t } -
DeVoe t
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert round of duplicate play startsat
Ballard at Craig Field
ville. Transmission Radio Flat, Ret! .
Armory In Jacksonville Sunday were In Lakeland over the week- 7:45: p.m.Bradford. Speed and Heater Pick-Up Runs Good.
Gene Wiggins Is teaching art end visiting: Mr.and Mrs.Frank White Side Wall Tirfea.
Gary Hamilton. Jimmy Doug- School.In the Palatka Central High Humphrey.Mr.. and.Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand t 1966 Dodge _ $995 t
las and Robby Barksdale of
FSU were home for the week- Mr. and Mrs. R. V. :Turner Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrewsleft 1966 1 Chevelle. - $1295
and Mrs. Betty; Reddish wentto Wednesday for Miami, I '/2 Ton Pick-Up 6 Cylinder Standard A
Valdosta, Ga. to visit
end.Hans LaNier of St. Johns Roy Turner and Mr. and- where Mr. Matthews will part- Malibu 4 Door Sedan 2:57: V-S Automatic Transmission Runs Good. ,
Florida News
In the
River Junior College was home Mrs. W. T. Brinson. icipate Transmission Radio and Heater' White
,for the weekend.For Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Her- the media National Conference Citizens sponsored Confer-by t White, :Side \' lIJ Tires., 1967 Chevrolet

a brand new 'Lovler brand of Daytona Beach were ence on State Legislatures. On $1660 t
LUZIER'S last Thursday overnight guestsof Thursday they will leave by County Hospital announces
You" You Need Mrs. Henry O'Hara. the following births 1968 J HHiscayne vrnJpt. .. J J.160 Kel-Air I Door Sedan V-8
Cosmetics created individually : plane for several days In Ja- : : : Automatic
for you. Evenings and Week- Mr. and Mrs. J.E.. Wall Jr. maica. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ross. I Trans. i Power Steering; Air Condition I
ends 9647966. and sons of Alachua were Sun- Starke a daughter. Sherry 4 Doer Sedan V-8 Automatic Trans.
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.W. .
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Massle T. Jackson Jr. ', Tondala.Mr. and Sept.Mrs.30.Tobble ONeal, t Power Steering Factory Air Has a few 1967 Buick .. $2195
Mrs. Robert Barksdale and dents hut runs! good. - $
of Columbus, Ga. were week- Starke, a daughter, Margaret
daughter, Vicki,
spent the week-
end Charley guests Johns of and Sen.attended and Mrs.the end with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Marie Mr. and Sept.Mrs.30.Harry Claude 1964 Moa .. ... $595 Wild Cat.4. Door Hard-Top V-8 Engine .
Florlda-FSU football game. Murray In St. George, S. C. Pussell. Melrose a daughter, t Automatic Transmission Power Steering t
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- Roy J. Andrews and Mrs. Karen {Melissa Oct. 2. Power IJrakcs Air Conditirned Radio and
A. L. Carr 2 Door 1 Transmission Radio
of Jacksonvillewere Coupe Speed -
son and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Local One Owner Car.
Register of Tallahassee were and Mrs Sunday R. O.visitors Dansby. of Mr. I and Heater (;ood Tires. _ _ _ _ ,
of Mr.
overnight guests
Friday uid Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Mr.Arcadia and Mrs.and T.E.J.D.Thompson Thompson 1968 Olds "98" $3395 j 1968 Mustang $1875 ,
Charles Mrs. Jack Sawyer Eaves attended and Mrs.the of Alachua were guests of- FLORIDATHEATRE t : - t

WSCS Spiritual Growth Retreat eral Mr. and days Mrs.last T.week.L. Casey sev- 1 loor Hard-Top Loaded With Extras Low V-8 Engine, i Speed Transmission, Radio
., at Camp O'Leno on Wednesday. Mileage. and Heater Yellow with Black Interior.
/I' was Mrs.visiting J. C.Mr.VIning and of Mrs.Palatka L.D. Mr.and and family Mrs.visited David Mr.Browning and : I....................................... ........................................ I

J Mrs. Harry Edwards In Jack- 4
if. Vlning Tuesday.Mr. sonville on Sunday. '

W. W. Hood Cpl. Carlton Meng and Cpl. SHOWTIME t ATTENTION HUNTERS!'
and Mrs.
will and .Mr.attend and the Mrs.National John Greene meet- rine Pat Woods Corps Base of New, Jacksonville River Ma-, W...dayi 3 7 P.P.M.M.81ay 1

N. C. spent the weekend with Iturday 1 P. M.
Ing of the Society of American -

urday Foresters to Friday.In Miami After from the meetIng Sat-- also Mr. had and as Mrs.Saturday Paul Meng.guest,Miss They I I 1966 JEEP GLADIATOR 1964 1 JEEPPICKUP
Elaine Chance
the Hoods will fly to Jamaica Fla Jacksonville, FRI., SAT. 10, 11 :
for a long weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown
Mrs. Gladys Feamsterof Tallahassee Godwin of Avon Park spent the SLINKY Ruby red cotton 4 WHEEL DRIVE
fashions a stylish jump-suit
was the weekend guestof
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink Harold Godwin and Mrs. Eve Parkland with the look of Dallas.of the it's 30's.acces By ,When you re Number Onethere's I 4 WHEEL DRIVE 6 CYLINDER
and Mrs. Sally Whltehead. Baldwin. sorized with a long trailing I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom- J. O. Winters Jr. of Fussa, paisley scarf. only "
son and son of Monticello spent Japan Is spending this week _. *
the weekend with Miss Lillian with his mother, Mrs. Char- oneway t $1295 $780
Stump and also visited Mrs.F. lotte Winters and brotherinlaw to go.: .. t
F. Stump In Alachua General and sister, Dr. and Mrs.H. 301DRIVEI
Hospital. G,
Mrs. R. T. Hlpps of Way cross Mr.Bollinger.'and Mrs. Barney McRae I I....................................... ........................................I
Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. A.S. were visiting relatives in Or- :

Harrison nesday.Mr. from Sunday to Wed- lando the weekend.and Merritt Island over N t 1963 Ford $745 1967 Chevrolet $1395
and Mrs. Curtis SandersMr. Hans Otto and Miss Anne- I IA

and Mrs. Lex Green, and Marie Otto of Berlin, Germany .
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jenningshad have arrived for three weeks SHOW BEGINSAT Galaxie; 4 Door SedanS Automatic Trans. ::11; Ton Long, Wide Kody 4 Speed Trans.
Sunday dinner at the Le- visit with their niece, Mrs. SUNDOWN Power Steering Air Conditioned Radio A (:o1)d Heavy Duty Truck t
Chateau Restaurant inJackson- D. W. Whitten, and Dr. Whlf ADMISSION CHARLTON JESSICA and Heater White Side Wall Tires.
vllle, celebrating the birthdayof 75c
Dr. Jennings, and the anni- fen.SSgt.. Gene Pass arrived 12 And Under Free HE5TON WALTERi ., t l9fi6Ford$1295
versaries of the Sanders and home Saturday for 52 days leave When With An Adult 1969 Chew II---$2395 ; I
Greens. after a year's duty In Vietnam. _,; iA Galaxie;; 500 2 Door Hard-Top V8 Automatic -
Nova 4 Door SedanN Automatic Trans. TrmI'o:; 'er Steering Air Condition
FRI., SAT., SUN I Radio and heater Low Mileage. ed Two Tone Paint I
OCT. 10, 11, 12 mmi sum punucno! :
COtOII by Detuie( United, Artists 1M!

Now Open TRIPLE SHOCKER T"e"T..e t 1966 Chev Caprice $1695 j 1964 Chevelle - $795 I

1tE4 2 Door Hard-Top Y-S Automatic Trans.
'Malibu 2 Seat Station Wagon 6 Cylinder
I Air Conditioned I Power Steering White
9t11 Automatic Transmission Radio and Heater t
with Hlack Vinyl Top. _ _ _ _ _

.i'. t.'., : t 1966 Chevrolet $1695 1961 Chevrolet $289 I
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} ,-' Caprice 4 Door Hard-Top Loaded with extras Impala: 4 Door Hard-Top V-8 Automatic
-PET 'CENTER- I including Po-wer Windows and Factory: Air Transmission! Good Transportation. I
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(Continued From, Page One Here EngineeringPoposals & ,
More Study Opens ;$ DovesThe
cause of pollution of a creek Agent G. T. Huggins who said
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near the site. Trawick said his he had one machine approvedbut Mourning Dove, a slen- 1N .M111Nt1 t1t111tliNN -

Continued Fran Page ODe) unit presently covers the gar- two secretaries to keep Next Week'One (Continued Vtyom Ktoea der, medium sized gray bird. .
bage dumped there, but that Oe.lhe Is the only species with a long Fish & Meat _i'
some of it with us.* The com, the land is not county owned. happy.Granted permission for ? councilman has disagreed pointed tall. Whereas the ,l City l :
missioner also urged the com Okayed a list of cleaning Home Economist Martha Sue of the fastestgrowingfacets the several Ground Dove sometimes confused -
over past) months -
mlttee to consider land are. equipment for the new court- McCain, president of the state of the entire Sears Roe- with the Mourning Dove,
with S & H
and the fact that small counties house and approved to have it Home Economists'Association, buck operation will come to Won that 'an the; R.,,best sugges to Is smaller, and differently : Market I
such as Suwannee pro advertised bids. to attend a conference In Philadelphia Starke next week when a new way pro. marked. The Ground Dove
vide raw materials for the lar Appointed Commissioner the week of Oct. 19. merchant-owned store opens vlla! the ctly with the next which Is classified as a Song- : .
ger counties. Bryan to meet with Santa Fe -Authorized Sanitarian Jack Thursday, Oct. 16, at 218 N. power pant expansion and more bird and protected by law, seldom : Under New Management :
-There is a fierce community Lake resident L. W. Norsworthy Trawick to advertise for bids, Temple Ave. former( 1st Fed- current Is to float another bond appears In large concen- ",
pride in the small counties before County Judge T. A. on a used dragline which he eral location. issue. Tucker has hell; out all trations. The Turtle Dove : Open 9 A.M. To 10 P.M. Tu s. Thru Sun. !
which consolidation would de- Yawn to explain to Norsworthywhy has offered to 42 mosquito con The new store owned and operated 'along for an Investljatian! Into Is a name applied to any of Closed ',
stroy,* Hancock said. "Suwan the Commission plans to trol units with no takers. by Fred and Faye Barker purchasing current or buildingthe several old world Doves and Is Mondays
nee is more than a land area. take no action toward adoptinga -Approved attendance at a formerly of Way cross,Ga., addition ,without an interest!! often applied to the Mourning DAY
We feel that God gave us a pet control ordinance. Vero Beach mosquito research will have its grand opening bearing bond Issue' Dove. I PRICES ,
county. Let not Crider takethit Approved the purchase of school for Mosquito Control Thursday Friday and Saturday. Tucker said after the maet- One pair of Doves may nest I
away" a second typewriter for County Unit Foreman Billy Martin. Oct. 16, 17, 18. Ing Tuesday!! that a proposal and bring oft five or six hat- : GRADE "A"FRYERS
Crider conceded that a great --Okayed purchase of a Mr. Barker Sears authorized from Florida Fewer & Light! ches a year. The eggs hatch in
deal of additional study is need Despite numerous appeals for $2,930 validating machine by merchant for the Starke area, on selling electric power to the about 13 days, and the young
ed on the consolidation issue the committee to kill the bill Tax Collector J. R. Kelly from is a Marine Corps veteran with city U forthcoming. doves are fed-n regirglta-- I Ib. 39c !
and emphasized he was not at outright, or at least tack a referendum funds from his office. service in the Korean conflict. The meeting was attendedby tes substance called "Pig -
tempting to ram the bill down clause to It, Rep. --Approved up to 60 hoursof The Barkers have four chil- a dozen Reno residents! eons' milk." Grown Doves
the throats of the small coun of Tampa, assigned assistance for the super- dren: Debbie, 11; Cheryl Ann, complaining of muddy streets feed on wild seed from grasses : LARGE : .
ties. He said however, that the Paul( Danahy it to a subcommittee visor of registration after she 9; Fred J., Jr., 5; and Wally grown up lots, and: lack cf crotons, rag weed and : MULLET Lb. .. 29c :
bill is aimed at more efficient further study. explained the necessity of it 2.The trash Dick-:uDe. Chairman! Jimmy other plants. They eat corn, .
and economic for local store will be stock: peanuts sorghum millet and -
during Hamil
government Starke to Commissioner Zedra
to McRas assured the: groupthe :
revenue crisis In which Upon his return ton. ed with television sets and all chuffas from cultivated fields : WHOLE OR HALFSMOKED
The Telegraphthat taken i
would ba
Rep. Shaw told In addition matters The last five foods rated
taxpayers are demanding re- Was notified by the State major appliances. are
encountered only .
he had of Sears hundreds of thou- care of as soon as passible.Chairman : BACON Lb. 53c
high their diets.Approximately .
members who were Road Department that the county on .
lief.Pointing out that only 1.5 per two house Crider's bill and henceforth will have to sell sands of Items will be available MeRas told the 70 per centof .
cent of the state's population in favor of of no revenue certificates to borrow by order through catalogat group in the future file such all Doves die In their first COUNTRY
resides in that to ,date he the Starke store. Sears ser- complaints with the office of Of : :
the 15 smallest counties who endorsed against the county's secondaryroad year. those that survive,
Crider said the per capita Senate members funds instead of borrowingit vice organization is also set Utilities! Supt. Oscar Davis 55 per cent die from natural : SMOKED SAUSAGE Lb. 69c :
cost of operating the 24 it.Shaw said he felt that at as in the past. up to service all Sears mer- That way, he said: a work causes, while the death rate
largest counties Is $54, while members of the 'chandise. sheet could be mad out and from hunters' guns Is very : CENTER CUT ,
the 26 smallest counties havea least two sub-committee to During the three-day grand the matter resolved in per capita cost of $77. five-man referred were CourtfiouseMoving opening celebration, free gifts course. But unless that is done disease affecting Dove and PORK CHOPS Lb. 79c i ii
which the bill was : -
The 13 largest counties get favored the will be given to the first 50 the group was told, no one Pigeons, usually forms a can-
4T.,,) cent of their -all rightO.e.( visitors over 16 years of age, about the in .
er revenue counties), that can act kncws cerous growth the throat
from local sources for schools stand of the small know the Set to visit the store each day, matter which results in death from NECK BONES Lb. 39c
while the 13 smallest counties but that of he did the now other three. Oct. 16, 17, 18. In addition! The group was also old that starvation i i'i'i

spend only 13 per cent of their position resident told visitors may register for the the paving of Estelle Street, Well all I can say now, Is be
own money Crider said. One Levy County he moved from Courthouse officials will be grand prize to be awarded Saturday one of the three: mentions! : in sure you have vourltcense'Jand' 3 DOZEN !
-The remainder of the state'staxpayers the committee gin moving to the new Temple Oct. 18, at 5 p.m. Watch shells ready and check the
1964 when his compalnt, is in the city's
in the
In effect sub- Duval County Avenue building this Friday and next week's Telegraph for announcement restrictions 1
are difficult time The for the area you 2 5 !
having a ( 1989-70( budget for paving. $
sidizing the Ineffecient, small enrolling son was in college becauseof through next week, the various of opening specials, chairman also. said there is wish to hunt. Follow them! I LARGE EGOS -
county governments and school dlsaccredited schools in Du offices Indicate. free gifts, and grand prize. that sewers will Now I'll say. "Good-bye, and .
systems charged.* the Duval He argued representative thata val.I didn't know the'county* he Offices and County of Sheriff Judge P. D.Theron Reddish account Mr. Barker with any states Sears that store any begin a to go into the Reno: areasuon jood luck!" ...............a..n................r.- .-.-aWhat's -

referendum in small counties commissioner in Duval, Yawn will be closed Monday will be honored by the Starke after the SR-16 wideningand
would kill the bill. His said. -But I know and them them per- Oct. 13, all day while they com store, and payments on any re-location of utility linesis
suggestion that a statewide referendum sonally in Levy see plete moving which will begin Sears account may be made at competed.
be held on the issue frequently. I'm getting" more Friday afternoon Anyone needing the local office. Mrs. Kathy 'A Nov. 4 public hearing was
drew laughter from the crowd. for my tax money now to contact the Sheriff< can Seeley will assist the Bark- set on a request by Lcuis M. QUICKIE QUIZ.

do so at the Bradford County ers in operating the new store. Ayer to have a piece of proper.;:
Jail phcne 964-6161. Assisting in preparing for ty, on US-301 South but inside .

CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL Those two offices at least plant the grand opening[ next week the city limits, rezoned from,
( be open! for business in the were Phil Morgan, regional R-l. one of three family residen-
building next Tuesday. merchant manager; Dot Car- tial. to C, commercial. Plans
michael, regional merchant to establish a trailer parkon
County Clerk Charles Darby are Your Answer?
Robert L. KitchensTile who has probably the biggest trainer; and Edd Moore regional the property, according to
service all of
moving job. plans to( transfer Atlanta Ga. Attlorney George Pierce, who
his records and staff next Wednesday requested the hearing.
Contractor Thursday, and Fliday. In other action, the Council:
His office won't be closed to the Agreed to donate water far
to the necessities during the
public Darby says, but records week. the Bradford! County Volunteer!! 1. '
will be .scattered or packed away Fire Department to use to ', 2. '
The County Comm!sslon plansto
1020 E. CALL ST. .
9ti 1.6923 so that it will be very inconvenient practice.
STARKE, FLORIDA to do business. He hold Its mid-month meeting -Joined other!! cities and the
Oct 20 in the new building,
requests that business be held Florida League of Municipalities
Darby says ; and the :orlda. Munis- at
clple Association in oppsir. anew r
law which places electric
pjwcr geceiating equipment=
under the state's 4 per cent
sales tax law.
-Wrote off several cases of
\lncoll ctable property taxes
as requested by Clerk Merrill
Edwards The people had died ,
>'t>r were 'no longer In residence
locally, fife: clery said. .ff
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property for the future home
of the proposed library. n
INNERSPRING About 20 Interested citizens ..1

.,. attended the meeting, where It etv
was explained that a $250 binder
... .w,'a,.,. had been placed on the pro
v perty located at the corner of r
Jackson and Walnut Streets,
MATTRESS'Our better known as the Parks J .
Cost of the property, 8000. 5. r
must be raised. by December 5
A /b'' In order that the building com.
mittee not lose the $250 bind
er. Those attending the meeting BEST PLACE
were asked for pledges and
1 Ileg..II.e 7f.a; donations from their respective

clubs and communities. IN TOWN
Rlfn U Letters will go out to all citizens
of Bradford County within -
finest valu In over a half. century 95 the next few days askingfor TO SAVE!

Quftltty Manufacturing donations for this worthy
cause. The Business and Pro
fessional Women's Club of

837 PRESSURIZED COILS adjust to your weight Twin or Full Starke was the first to pledge
for restful healthful sleep cushioning every part of Size, Mattress $100 to the Library Building Answers
your body in luxurious comfort. Maintains level and cor or Box Spring !Fund. The Lawtey City Coun- :
rect support for your entire back. Noiseless Silent Seal cil. at a meeting Monday night,
box spring, Luxurious decorator cover cool, restful mint voted to give $200 to the drive. If you said Davy Jones, Johnny Cash, Barbara

green with gold pattern, Puff-Quilted for lasting beauty. Limited YOff e Certificates of appreciation Streisand, Dick Martin and First Federal of
Plus Malone's comfort of foam and support of steel. :will be awarded to all clubs
communities and individuals Starke, in that order, you were correct!
who contribute to the building

or 837 Foam Rubber with "Match-Mate':'. SETftVJCE SCHEDULE

CATHOLIC ChurchesST. Passbook Savings Certificate
Regularly 159.95 Set : Savings:

EDWARD'S, Starke

SALE PRICE 11995 SET ;n Super King Size Sunday: Ml\u. 8 a.m and
91b: am.Thursday ,
TWin r 4.500/0 5.250/0
Double Size Foam Rubber 139,95 Set"MatchMate" With over 1400PRESSURIZED* Mass, 6:30 p.m.Mlcsculout .
COILS23O' Medal Novena.:
837 Coil Box-Springs Saturday 7 p.m.
Mateh-Mate Box Spring for the first time, 837 299.95 ANNUM
a G SET Keystope
coils maintaining firm support with the Interest 6
Height Quarterly Compounded Month Maturities
; I ,. Interest
gentled surface /
ever in foam rubber ;
It's bedding :::' Sunday. Mas", 9 .,11'I. $2.50 Minimum Investment. $5,000 ]Minimum
new it's exclusive "you'll have to try it to believe ill I Irw SAVE $70 InvestmentA
Wetneidiy Mass Novena
arrersanM 7 p.m.,"
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III : Said the soap wag made clean water from *
eoap. with
Out To ImproveOn boWIe may meed to apply' a coat of
\tIttet's oefllGardemDg from drippings 'Of hardwood a hose. paint. 1 A former Justice Depa.ayaeet .
NEWS ABOUT ashes ,and fat rendered from But before painting bo sure official unifies that s
alligator tails. the house is I dry, make .union official's automobile
Town's After to clean away the: scaly paint: ,
Recreation ProgramA He admitted that the soaP an inspection. If there are signs eo that you will get a protectivecoat Maw bugged. Judging, by the
... SERVICE MEN had an odor all of its: own. that the paint la peeling, you that will stick tight late at which Detroit Is rrcilllng -
But he swore that the fumes cars we thought they
delegation of' t hampton grounds, across the road from had buxr.N .
women? has been !before the the !school but adjacent to the I' .- .,.Hene7 Sharpe. Edlto generated: Iby hla home-made .....................,.......e....- ------..___all ... _ 1
wash prevented mosquitoes .- - ------- ---- -------- rf'' N tt.....i.. /
County Commission and School rear of the Alderman home was Florida Agricultural Kxt -
Paul Wayne Black, son of from flying/ Into ibis screenlesswlndowa. ro
Bqard this week seeking- to- also presented to the Board. ..ialaii Servloa !
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Black: Sign Now for
straighten out the town's re The delegation, interested !in Up i
a recreation site only aid of Starke, Is home on IS days He said that lye soap also .
creation funds and looking for .
/ they were not interested In that leave from :his Coast Guard killed fungus, .tout the odor was .
space to place equipment.
base in Boston Mass. Houses are like most ladles not strong enough to keep the
Hazel Tire Thomas group headed and Mrs.by Mar Mrs. land.decision Mrs. on Alderman that portion was tolda of Black is a 1969 graduate of they look '''better with a beauty tax man out of the house. PUNT, PASS AND KICK CONTEST :

the land would be withheld Bradford High School and treatment. Since It >is Illegal to shoot
garet Crawford, met the County a former employee of the Bradford 'If you can't afford to paint ators or tax men and it la
Commission untU disposition of the property i
Monday to determine TO BE HELD
was made with the county. County Telegraph the house as often as females easier to chase mosquitoes with,
what recreation funds County Commissioners also After returning to Boston, paint their lips, do the nextbest a fogging machine, try a> determent .
are ;available to Hampton and Black will be transfered to U. thing wash the houseto along with a chlorine compound
agreed to meet in
who Is to spend them. Monday Saturday Oct. I 11 I West Side Park
The town has $814.55 available Hampton with :residents to 6. Coast Ouard Base, Cope make the old paint look to wash away grime and i
to spend in 1969-70. County name a recreation board and Christian, in Greenland: for a brighter. kill the fungus on your house. .

C1prkCharles Darby told the to establish procedures for ex year of Isolated duty. makes A sparkling the lawn! white and the house ehub- The solution must be fairlystrong : (BEHIND TilE MIDDLE SCIIOOL) :
penditure of .the county recreation
women. Darby also explained .
look not strong enough
funds. berg '"'greener. but .
that-1968-69; bills dated In "
tember could be paid until Sep Most folks have 'deliberately to loosen fingernails! or singe : STARTING AT 10 A.M. :
October allowed their homes to take on plant leaves.In .
IS from
last year'sbud'IJet. .a run-down look: in hopes of case you are afraid of your .
Two Lawtey duping/ the tax assessor Into homemade solution and : Larry DuPree, All American Football Player, will Present :
Mrs. Crawford said that Don ia low 100 percent valuation. can't talk anyone into the fingernail
BusinessesHit S
Hilt had told her the town had One owner admits that he test then use! rubber the Trophies to the Winners. i
f18ti 1969-69 still unspent and thatit w !black and added two rotting mop to massage the house. SPONSORED BYTerwillegar
had to be spent in Septem t"'d eave-boards to give, his mortgage
ber or !it would go back to the business places at Law an older look. He wasted First, wet the house to soften,
county. Mrs. Crawford said tey were broken into and t0o Ills. time 'because the appraiser the fungus I I
sha would' attempt to get bills goods and cash stolen, with a knew abcut the saying: BeautyIn Then apply soapy clean:r. Ford
fora swing set and other equipment value of approximately $200, only skin (paint) deep. Rub hard to break loose the .,
she=: had purchased from sometime between closing time i W. .Regardless of your excuse for fungus, then allow the chlorine
Sears-Roebuck In Gainesville Wednesday: and: opening hours .dingy paint, now is the time compound a chance! to digest t.............................................................
so "they could be paid from Thursday morning, Oct. 2. to spruce up the house since the dirt before spraying the

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The ladles had asked the Hubert Priest's strvlce station your battle with the tax aPpraiser %:;:;tt::::*;:;::*;::::::!:;:;:;::!::;:;::;;:;;;:;:::::::;;:::::.a;;;::::}::::1.::;:;L;:::;:;:::is:;:::;::;:;:;:;A.:;:;:;:;:::;;;::;;::;:;:;;::::;:;:::;:::;:;:;:;:;::;: .:V;:;:':}::mm: :: ::::::V':rr::;:}::;:;;m; ;:;:r.' ;::;.1:r'r.S:Vf:::SL.h''rr.: :::::::r...r r::;;;;;:::;:;:.a.::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::f*=: I i

Commission to getting about land the at the possibility Old glass was in the entered front by door.breaking Among Airman !Paul J. Kemp, eon Even. without help, the best jjm; 'r1i

Hampton SchooJ for a recreation the articles stolen were about of Mr. And Mrs. Perry J. Kemp, of the house paints tend to ac ; S LADE'SHEATER : basic ,I
has completed
park. They have no place 25 cartons: of cigarettes, several of Lawtey cumulate smutty fungus and ; > :
Lackland AFB
at!present to set up the Sears!! lighters and fluid, boxes of training at grime of the neighborhood. saw:: 1
equipment\ when it arrives, crackers and between $30 and Texas, and will, remain there Washing is not a substitutefor : i
said.Bradford. for training as a security po but if the paint is :
they $50. mostly in change. paint
County would' re4uire liceman. Airman Kemp Is a still in good condition. it is :111\lli\ .iilll?! !
| title to the property to Mr. Priest was concerned 1969 graduate of Bradford High cheaper and easier to wash than I{

place it under the county's Injurance because the thieves stole his School. to paint.If .
program, Commls- account receivable records:: you have no imagination 1.. SALE m
$loner Ralph Bryan told the leaving him the problem of Marine Pvt. 1st Class MarvinT. on a cleaning compound, calla
(.Tex) Patrick, son of Mr.
1elegatlon. figuring out what his custom commercial firm. But if you
and Mrs. W. M. Patrick of fan, con. I
ers owe:!. Ha was also: puzzledby are a do-it-yourself
The ladles then appeared be Route 1, Lawtey, was meritoriously
the fact the thieves took the tact a solution of your own. :::
the School Board Tuesday
fore graduation
drawer<<;! from his cash register, promoted upon One ''Ol* timer down the street ;I:
morning with a request that from recruit training at ; m
which would have little! or no said he once used 'gator lye
Jhe old school building and site S. C. His promotion
jae'deeded' to the County Com value without the register it- was !in recognition of his The Last Word in Comfort GREAT On
.trdealon. The School Board self outstanding performance of duties Buys ? '
Agreed to notify the Commission during recruit training. Wing at Selfrldge\ AFB, Mich. .
of Its willingness to complete Also entered the same night: Pfc Patrick has been sent to He !is a 1957 graduate of Sho- ;::::::: SEIGLER ':;: :::::::
the transaction. The old was the pool room owned!! by shone (Idaho) High School.

chool is of no further use to Eugene Starling, next door to Camp weeks Lejeune of basic, N.training C. for in four a. 11iii>'>!!! !!! G REA Heaters iili!!!
the county for educational pur- Priest's where entrants!! was military 'occupational .specialty Gunnery Sgt. James P. Allen, : CENTRAL WALL FURNACE
poses, Supt. Tom Casey said, gained by breaking a front son of Mrs. Marie E. Allen, of :
{since a new $1>0,000 school plate glass window.:> The thieves Louis L. Mallea, Lawtey, was awarded: the Com.
={now serves the community. It "cl3a.nsd out" the pool Staff Sgt. !bat Action Ribbon while: serv
is the
whose wife, Bernisce. i
|ls possible ta convey the projperty tables, getting!! an estimated $35 daughter of Mr. and: Mrs. Virgil fag at the Marine Corps Supply RI I
to another governmentalbody to $40. Helk'Sti. of Lawtey, has Center in Barstow, Calif. I : BARGAIN PRICES
without bids, the superintendent been recognized for helpinghis The ribbon is awarded to those I

said. Some or the wonderful unit earn the Aerospace men who are directly endangered 1t11 i : 111 \ \
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A request from Mr. and Mrs. I Ihjngs that science( foresees Defense Command "A" Award. by enemy fire or explosives. i 1
Sgt. Allen received the
T. J. Alderman of Hamptonthat for our future sound great, as Sgt. Mallea is.a security police: tm 1 :
a portion of theold school seen.long as I hey stay merely (fore supervisor! in the 1st Fighter for his services in Vietnam, WARM-UP SPECIAL rm

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For Second Victory

County Salary :: .

Tornadoes SlOg 12-0 Over St. Augustine Policy Set I INo ., 1

county employee will

Breaking loose with 41/2 minutes left in the fame ..... ....... .. d..... ... -. .... --.. .. .. henceforth be eligible for any
.. Dean Johns extra try Dean Johns a junior,
Tornado gridders scored twice rain I.,., ... type of salary increase undera
on a sodden field .
I :: was low and short, but the over the BHS quarterback Job
.... ., new policy adopted Mondayby
Friday night in St. Augustine to '
whip the Yellow Tornadoes led 6-0 with 4V4 for the injured Mike Norman. the County Commission. 'I',

Jackts 120.Taldna' minutes left to play. Johns could get the Tornadoes Discussion of the salaries of '.< :

; ,. nowhere in the first period in three employees, two of whom jl
a roll-out option pas of the season after being shut f1 { ':' James Summerline took the the driving rain; the Torna- *..*.
., : had been with the county less
Bradford'. Tim Murphey slogged -" out 2-0 Sept. 26 by Bishop Ken- ; 'll-' !lj\\\;. ; '}) :BHS kick off on his 31 and returned does turned over the ball in than a year when a five per .'
Ms way into a muddy ny. The was played' on a St. I;. .," il it 10 yards to the 41. four downs the first three cent cost-of-livlnsr pay raise '

endzooo from inside the Yellow Augustine field so muddy and '" ,, 'From there quarterback Fred times they handled it. last month, went on for 20 min-
jacket: : 10 to finally break: a 0- wet a player's: shoe would sink Grlder. who ..started and play- Early in the second period '
utes before the new policy was
Ordeadlock with 4:30: left In the over Its top and a punted ed most of the game at the Jac- however Johns led the Tornadoes -

came. ball most times would hit with ket's helm, tried two passes. on a 39 yard drive, all on adopted.employees of the Mos-
a splash and not roll at all. Iw Tim Murphey almost intercepted the ground. But an off-sides' quito Two Control Unit questioned ''
minute later fullback and the the drive three '
A one : on same play penalty killed through Sanitarian Jack Tra- '

Christy! Chandler squirted It was the third straight loss _-4 St. Augustine was penalized yards short of a first' down at wick, why they had not received -
through bole at right' !guard of the 1969 season for St. Augu five yards for illegal motion. the St. Augustine 36. the five per cent pay hike.
dive and out ran St. Grlder right back with Then before the half ?
on :the stine's Yellow Jackets, struggling came Just It was determined that Foree ,
Augustine's Fred Orlder for a In the midst of a rebuildIng .)- d r 'second pass, throwing it hard Benjy Moxley, playing split man Billy Padgett had recent ;!(.'
77-yard: touchdown. but off the mark and Into the end got behind everybody! on
year. ly been promoted to that position -
w? P1ll ground) the halfback pass. Jimmy Al- received
and (had a pay x,;
Those two plays: gave the Both teams played conserva- ,. varez's pass short. ;Moxley Jump with the promotion! Commissioner c
Then the Jackets installed 1t, but the
Tornadoes their second victory tive football, especially during came to get Ralph Bryan said it .>
Mike Hartley at quarterback to wet pigskin slipped from his
was felt that Martin should 3v::
strengthen their throwing hands. Had the BHS receiver
not receive another raise so
:i. .. .... !game. Hartley tried to pass on been able to hang on he would quickly after the promotion ,,"
BHS Cross Country ,.,. second down but was forced surely have scored since he raise. ..,
to run. He got but two yards was 20 yards behind the nearest "
Discussion then ensued as >
This is how it was in the first SA's Mark Shelley finds it impossible before being brought down by defender at the St. Augus- why Wallace Sellers, a heavy

half: of the BHS-St. Augustine fray to hold a BHS punt in the first period. Bradford's:! big tackle, Danny tine 10. equipment operator with the '

Runners Top Kenny Jackson Hartley's next play mosquito control unit had not '*
to end Robert Baker was tn-
gotten a five per cent cost-of-
Starting from his own 35 complete. Jacket captain Mark Statistics "*
fullback Christy Chandler, lead- BUS ST.Aug. living; Increase. The reason, it '
:Bradford runners placed 1-2-3 Larry Green placed first lathe try Shelley then punted the ball was determined, was that Sell
Ing ground gainer with 142 rolling dead at the Tornado 23. :First Downs 8 4 ."
In a two-mile cross country meet in 11:15: and Leonard Ni yard's' In six carries, rammedover Rushing 7 2 ers had been with the county

track event here Saturday to Garrett was four seconds behind right guard for the first BHS made no effort to run Passing 1 2' less than a year '",'

beat Bishop! Kenny 21 points. in second place in 11:19.: five yards. back punts on the wet field! Passing 1 1 It was then brought out by..r;
Both are freshmen Junior Bud- Foreman R.
being content to let the kicks Penalties 0 1 Department
Tornado runners !had a low dy Paterson ran an 11:26: for Jimmy Alvarez got three plunk down where they would. Yards Gained; 234 105 E. Jones, that every member
of 17 points compared to 38 for third place to complete the: yards over left tackle before Rushing 202 96 of his department had gotten ,
Kenny on a course half under BHS sweep. increase regardless of
Chandler again went over On first down with 3:20: left Passing 32 9 the
water here, according to Coach right guard for 12 yards anda employment. \
Chandler the
speedy: BHS fullBack Return Yds. 0 9
George Loper Jimmy Lowery was fifth in ,r BHS first down at the Jacket found an opening at right Passes Compltd. 2-5-0() 1-13-1 Commissioner Bryan then

11:31: ; and Randy Hodges was 43. Alvarez got nothing on the guard and squirted through in Fumbles 0 0 moved to give a five per cent .',

sixth at 11:42.: Both are fresh- option around right end but the clear. Grider was the only Penalties 40 40 Increase to Sellers and to Billy <:

JacksonTops men. quarterback Dean Johns pass- Jacket t defender to seriously Punts 7-27 8-22.S Padgett at the inspection sta

Four of the top five finishersfor ed complete to Murphey In the challenge" 'the BHS speedster. Scoring tion. .,
BHS were freshmen left flat for eight yards. Those but; Chandler outran him to BHS0001212St Commissioner Zedra Ham- .

Richard Fill 10, placed 12th were the first two pass com- the corner on the muddy: field. Aug. 0000 -0 llton then moved to set ak
OnTackles In: 12:12: and Tim! Starling, 9, pletions for the Tornadoes, TouchdownsBH9 policy that an employee must

finished 13th, at 12:43.: both coming in the TD drive. Dean Johns' try on the extra 1)) Murp ey, 24yardpass have been with the county fori:)
cut down at least six months before -
point run was short Johns
from Dean 2))
Dale Johns then carried: for of the goal and the Tornadoeshad ; becoming eligible for a pay in- <
There are now 14 boys on 13 yards around left end:! on to be content with their Chandler, 77-yard run. crease. It passed unanimously .vi j

the varsity cross country team the. pitchout for a first down at 12-0 lead. .1
most of them freshmen t-jcor- the St. Augustine 24 yard line.

:Big Danny Jackson 220 ding to Coach Loper If a boy St. Augustine, time rapidly;
:pound junior defensive end led beats the time of the man QB Dean Johns with Jimmy Alvarez and Christy Dean Johns passed to Mur- running out, put three more FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS :z

his Tornado teammates in above him he moves up in the Chandler running interference gets muddy yardage phey for the first touchdown: passes up, two by Hartley and

tackling in the St. Augustine next meet. Only seven' boys in around St. Augustine's end. The BHS signal caller rolled one by Grlder. but all three
game with six individual efforts each meet run for points out right and' kept the ball until fell incomplete. FALL OVER RADIO
Loper says: but everybody else he drew two Jacket defenders -
and seven assists.! the first half when
runs for Improvement, passes were completed one by toward! him to stop a run Taking over from their 30 after WPXE ALL GAMES! '
were still coming. The Tornathe Jackets
the first half
then passed over the heads to 37 yard Shelly punt the Tor-
Jackson has been in on one does attempted a surprise pass and' two by BHS in the fourth
"Improvement of all the boys Murphey In the corner. The were driving again
or more tackles in the season into the left flat on the first period
out is good and I'm looking for- Tornado split end caught the when time ran out. They went
three to date than any play from scrimmage after
games ward for it to continue, especially One BUS aerial however ball and took four or five 43 yds. in less than two min BILL.POWELL
other Bradford High player the kick-off, but it fell Incomplete meant the
difference in the
next week," Coach Loper strides untouched Into the end utes with Chandler getting
At 33 tackles the big end has in the rain.
says. Next Saturday Oct. 18, ball game. Murphey's citch of zone. It was his first reception runs of 6, 4 and 10 yards, and Insurance and Real Estate
one more than linebackerChristy St. Augustine stayed! with an. quarterback Dean Johns' rollout ,
Tornado runners will take part for a TD Dale Johns 11.
Chandler with 32. up the middle:! attack most of option pass for the first
in the Second Annual Lee High
the night but went to the air
Tornado TD capped a 65-yard
School Invitational
Cross Country
Captain Ralph Morgan the Run in Jacksonville' 13 times compared to five for drive, ]longest sustained drive T:: :: .:
middle linebacker, followed the Tornadoes Only three! of the night. n J
;Jackson; in the St. Augustine '
effort with eight individuals 3

and three assists, a total of 11. ,
Morgan :has been In on 24 tackles Senior Class ,

in the three games for third Bulldog Passing
high on the squad.
Chandler strong side line-
backer, had five individualsand t t'

four assists against the !

Yellow Jackets. Challenges BHSSuwannes I of1970

Tackle Rudolph Perkins had t

our individual efforts Friday
le has 21 tackles in the three

ames for fourth high. End County High, another and! tailback Curtis Butler, IfiO- Jamoi Black And linlfback-
Tom Marks had one individual traditional rival from a 12, are also fine receivers, tha safety! : Larry Holland! anny: %/ Order Your Class Seal'INVITATIONS

tackle and .three assists Fridayfor list which Includes Palatka, scouring report warn Tornado Bulldog' player? will see action 'a,
a total of 20 for the season, Lake City, and: Perry, will players. here Friday If the pattern: of

fifth high. come to town for Coach David playing; n lot of new boys set
Other Tornado tackles and Hurse and' his Tornadoes to Hunter has comoMed) better In the first three games, holds
assists against St. Augustinewere tackle Friday at 8 pm. than 50 per cent of his passes I It

made by Jimmy Alvarez this season nn::I the BulMogs true.BHS Coach David Hurse In-
3-0 Bill Budy 2-0 Dale Johns The Live Oak team, like St. throw class to 40 -'mes per dicate! :1 this week he plans to I

1-1. :Benjy !Moxley 1-1. Gene Augustine, is involved In a rebuilding panic Hunter can roll out ordrop gO with hi-., four nun bout and
Harris 1-1. Tommy Blackshear season. But, Bradford back From The
and pan from tha four clop pass defense against Telegraph
1-1. and Richard Sapp 11. High coaches says, the Bulldog ::
pocket. IIui'ss: notes, which: Live Oak. Tha defense:! has! :
Christy Chandler led the BHS eleven will present the best makes it
doubly difficult to defend yielded some yardage In the
running game with 142 yards passing attack aid the finest against him The Bulldog! first three gamE as such a

In 13 carries, whopplng 10.fi passing quarterback in Charlie! quarterback has hit! split end\ paws tented d::fcns": is boundto I

average by virtue of his 77- 'Hunter that the Tornadoes threw and: \ caught well In Llv3 do. but ha? not yet givenup ,

yard touchdown run. Halfback have seen this year. Oak last year whan tha: T:>l'Ila-' a touchdown, the coach
Jimmy Alvarez had 51 yards in does We use the Class Seal in- We America's Finest Gradua-
With four fins receivers! to won 16-14\ in a doss contest points out same on use

nine carries, a respectable 56 complement Hunter's throwing vitations as your Class Rings tion Invitation Stock. The fine
yard average. Dale Johns carried figures the Tornado defense t paper
the Bulldogs::! wllbs\ much
12 times for 21 yards and more dangerous than St. Aug- "We look for a doss: game should )play Its usual beautifully embossed in Gold or used on our invitations is the ,
quarterback Dean Johns car- th's week too" Coach Huiss. ...steady, tia'it: game: against Live
ried five times for nine yards ustine because! of the passing the BHS coach says however, Oak But he expect* BHS of- Silver with tinted background. Trusame as that used for invitations to
attack. A parsing t team i* always -
The Tornado quarterback that his Tornados will be Improved fuse to b3 improved if the
dangerous and a team ly an Invitation of beauty and digPresidential inaugurations the
passed three times completingtwo over the St. Augustine field l:! I Ic dry! ET'mado runTTS -
for 32 yards. Both were with a good: passer, like Hunter game can make u-c of thslrselect. t nity. Very Best!
Is even more dangerous t
caught by split end Tim Mur The iilpl' opt. >n defense
Coach David Hurae notss.
phey. The Tornadoes( will be doing will be more effective( on a

some pass'inr' thetr.3'ives.: Jun dry fi-ll. Hm .r ay', since
Split end Sammy Warren ior Dean Johns will b9 at quarterback play: H will I lv: able tj react More 'Quality For Your Money

1601Is\ the top Suwannee again this week Stating faster. t
High receiver. He will fight for quarterbackIike: Norman "

the football and can run with may be toady far some deC n- EXTRA BONUS If at least 2,000 invitations are
the pigskin too, according: to slve duty against Live Oak
the BHS scouting lepoit. ,but won't bz able to throw School Board PLUS ordered, The Telegraph will donate $50 to the Senior

Tight end Matt Brown 160-11; the fjotball, Huria say. t Class Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 will
flanker Larry Holland: 130-11\; Must Draw we t

Dean Joins crone through the contribute 2c per invitation.

TM St. Augustine game In flying Pay As Set .
War Slated colors nrd should hive gained! to
"a world of cinflc'nce.: according THIS YEAR ,
-- Surprise friends and relatives with
Citing a Uiil 1""II.1.1! atti.iny t your
to Hill*:? Thoip Is a .
On MosquitosThe pc'sbIHty: Norman might play! tL'iu: .il'j ..:.um; .. ,pt.' Tam EXTRA QUALITY. Your Class Ring Replica on your
Casey lull !School: D ul mem.
some nt fullback halfback
when lie's well with or Johns doIng \bits lu: :my t I., > aip: jntly: invitations will make them "a collector's item" to be :
of drain ,
county's system the !signal! c.mi::t 1 Uglily! 'ire >*" II.-. ;:Wry
crllinpt. preserved and cherished in the to
age ditches Is satisfactol'l1Ytaldng years come.
About the! onlv other changeIn th uiset fur till off.cj: by theLeshlatuto t
off water from the recent -
the' Toinacb line-up will be ,
of rains Sanitaiian!
Gone Huils The Umilfoi I SzlioI:! Hoard,
at d'fevho tackle -
Jack Commission Trawick! Monday told the County That will rest Dale Johns on a mclim" by Cui: : :. 5\wy.'r, ALSO PERSONAL CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES!

eI But the Mosquito CortrolUnit and LMVP him fresh for :duties vt'Ud: In July KM tj acji'pt the
nt offensive halfback where tlia !li'etel.Uui 1I\ll1t..1 I -il.ny incieti'c -

gency is action preparing to stop to take the breeding emer-- little speedster Is most effec : Il'cl1ljO to $.21!).GU permootupt. No Limit To Your Choice From

of mosquitos that has start tive.Live
j Oik will be after Its Cisoy ::IIk.'d l for ,i lul-
ed. rapldJv As with weather the wet weather. conditions Reconwin| of the 351: ion ins on the il 'jiiion i TucaJ.ty 21 26
soon as Type Styles Card Be
are right the spraying against two: defeats. Tlia Bulldogs he cited :.1 \1'Jil!): \ ci I .' involving t -- Styles -- Different!
: ...program will begin Trawick liur: been bo "ten :33-12 nil aip"int\l|! : I ,lv.df< In 1'1\lnl J

: % said Monday. by Bollcs and |1\.0| by Palitka.: Beach County vUu w.uite to

: Small black mosquitos that; They won last week over Qutn- aol! vo for $1 1 pl''r jc.irflij I

';:rhave..eome into the county are cy. C:IIIIIIn u.uu.l:: by the
The Tornadoes! will! bo nftevtheir tlii-ii-AU-s-n.-y Genet il Ricli.i'.: < TO ORDER SEE OUR
: a" salt water breed that came CLASS REPRESENTATIVE
;,In, with the tropical disturbance third win. Tb"y IIIVe'on Ei'viu stated f.uit: thu sheriff t JOYCE ALLEN t :
ON DECK Delightful attire last week. 13.0 over Baker County HlRh couldn't .11:1; \'U without pay or

for a brisk morning walk With the wind blowing at mil 12.0 oV.st.. AiiKiistlne, for SI pJijJnr..
along the deck is this handsome but lest 2.0 School EJ.-ml BRADFORD COUNTY
about 5 mph the mosquito con- to BU'.iop; Kenny Tlu Bradford TELEGRAPH
ensemble of cotton cor
of Jacksonville.. \ has been iccL-lviiia: : the Inciciiseil ,
trol truck kill 90 cent
duroy. The Count Roml outfit can per
i Only two players! play bosh iluy payments since July, t
la completed with a matching of the mosquitos within a 300- i
hat and a doggie coat. yard strip, the sanitarian said. offense and defense for the the first month in Uvs new J ;j
Bulldog. They are guard budget year.





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I.tll.i .g NEWS

BHS Play Improved In St. Augustine Game i I RAINS POSTPONE

Improvement could be seen .varez, and Chandler In the back- no fumbles Mason said. linebacker for the first time"We ready to go at defensive end,* FLAG LEAGUE FOOTBALL OPENINGS it i
| 'n the performance of the Brad- field. Veteran Bill Buby. the strong handled the position well. the coach added. Approximately 150 boys have
I| ord High grldders over the Hurse also expressed himself guard, turned In his usual stea- feel all he needs Is more experience Five players saw action at had enough rain and wet grounds 1 ,

Bishop Kenny game even undei: real pleased with our offen- dy offensive performance, Ma- to be a top night defensive tackle and all five and are hoping for sunshine and t

the muddy conditions in St sive line. Even In the mud you son. But Danny Jackson, the linebacker Sexton says.Jackson turned In good performances, dry ground. Of course many e
Augustine last Friday, Heat could see we have Improved. strong tackle, played below his Defensive end Danny another Coach Sexton said. The five parents and the Recreation Department tit it hr
Coach David Hurse says. Like I say, with each gamewe usual performance level because 220-pound junior gave are Dale Johns and Rudolph feel the same way. 4 ), :

Offensive guard Len Regis- get a little bit better," of several mistakes on consistent performance.us the Perkins, the usual starters, These boys are participants In s luu q
Jackson has given a
ter, 220-pound junior, was Hurse blocking assignments. the Recreation Flag Football
Gene Harris
says. plus Buddy Sapp '
had in two .
we've !
named the Tornado best end play Program and the rain Is interfering II loftttl: :
Llneman- Coach Mason, offensive line Defensively, Coach Mike Sex- tack and Bill Buby. .
of-the-Week. Coach Hurse was chief sounded much the ton the Tornadoes turnedin years. He was the leading with the schedule. 7 sfl s1 ro
same: says St. Augustine and put Since Harris has come a-
ler against
highly complimentary of leg Over-all, we did a lot bet- creditable performances. League play was scheduled to
several round the coach
points out
ister's Improved play over his ter job than we have all year. Coach Hurse echoed that, noting the rush" Sexton on the noted.passer Dale Johns will probably be open Monday, Oct. 6, but because -
Bishop Kenny performance.You that the Tornado times of wet grounds the leagueswill
We were faster getting off the defense has saved -
for offense
have to remember that ball on the snap despite the not yet given up a touch down. But the coach expressed defensiveend dIsappoIntment ing him more time to rest. Gene giv- not begin league play until e
he really hasn't played ball weather. Captain Ralph Morgan at mid- In Harris "probably got more a week later. Monday Oct. 13,
before this season. He's new Center Tommy Blacksheardrew dle linebacker 'played a real play of letterman Tom WEATHER PERMITTING.NEXT l "
penetration at tackle than any- ap dtt4 1N .'d
at It," the Head Tornado says. praise from the line coach fine game," Coach Sexton says. Marks, a starter last year. body so far' the coach said WEEK'S SCHEDULE '

Coach Chuck Mason also for his snaps to the quarterbackand Morgan was among the lead- He missed two days of prac- of the St. Augustine game.Har- Small Fry League (:V7 hI iTGt t w ? R
termed Register's performancehis on punts with the wet pigskin Ing tacklers for the second tice last week. That probablyhad ris and Perkins likely will Monday October 13: 4 p.m. rt! k #F
best game of the season. week. a lot to do with it," Sex- Andrews Drugs vs First Federal 3 ;
'Considering the condi- straight start at defensive tackle against x
Register has started all three tions, ton says, *If he can't get the Saving & Loan; 5 p.m. Ken-
we were pleased to have Jimmy Alvarez, at weak side Live Oak.WISH. Fried Chicken vs Com-
games to date. job done Rudolph Perkins is tucky
Christy Chandler, starting L munity State Bank.Wednesday. a IuuyAip+s fr- Y

fullback and defensive strong .,., .:., "" ... ."" October 15:4: p.m.
side linebacker, was named f. I'D SAID Andrews Drugs vs CommunityState
Back-of-the-Week by BHS coa- Bank; 5 p.m. Kentucky
ches after grading the St. Aug It\ .. ... THAT Fried Chicken vs First Federal -

ustine movies. Chandler, a ,; Savings & Loan.
senior letterman who playec tL ".
guard in 1968, ran for 142 yards fi lff Bantam Boys League ,
the first BHS back to gain Tuesday October 14: 4 p.m.

that many yards In some time. Carp's Department Store vs
He also had five individual tack- .... -, ._ I .l xt" Starke Builders' Supplies; 5p.m.
". _. .. .. .. A good listener is not only
""' Koch Drug Store vs Cad- I
les and four assists, third high popular everywhere but after awhile
for the night against the Yel- illac Uniform Inc.
he knows a few things.-
low Jackets. Thursday, October 16: 4 p.m.
For three games Chandler Lucille Thies, The Manteno Carp's Department Store vs Larry Dupree former' college all-American will be a

leads the Tornadoes In tack- ((111.) News. Cadillac Uniform Inc.; 5 p.m. guest of the Starke Recreation' Department, Saturday October

les with 19 Individuals and 13 Koch Drugs vs Starke Builders' 11.

assists. Defensive Line Coach Supplies.ALL Larry' will present the winners of the Punt Pass & Kick
Mike Sexton termed the St. r
der Contest with (heir trophies.
Augustine Chandler's best I GAMES THIS YEAR WILL
> defensive game, however. 'He's .5 I BE PLAYED AT WESTSIDE Duprco nimta All-American nt the U. of Florida. In 1961.

improving steadily, but I said 1r PARK (The Ball field behindthe He is considered by most expeiti to be the finest running-
,, ,,
that last week too, didn't I." f Middle School). back in Gator history. Larry' was the Gator Team Captain and

The coach says Chandler is 20 GIRLS CERAMICS PARTICIPATINGIN CLASSES was 11 n exceptional( l1e'er' ar\d; perfect example of the iselfish! ,
keying better and reacting JT
quicker to offensive set-ups. rc I U Classes in beginning ceramIcs modest team man.
Quarterback Dean Johns also began last week with He wag the third back: In the history of the South Eastern

played a 'remarkable" game j-'r; 20' girls taking the course. Conference to make first team AI1-SEC three times. Namedto
At the time 10 girls
Coach Hurse Johns '
says. retaIned America Football Coaches A sot'latiOilIIAmerlea tl'llom.
his the are enrolled In the Tuesday
game and came through throughout in the New Meeting Room b'w afternoon class and 10 girls Dupree was the second 'leading ground gainer In Gator history.

final period to guide the Tor- are taking part in the Thurs- Duproe Is presently City Manager of Macclcnny.!

nadoes to their first touch- County commissioners look over est Triest hosted the tour. day afternoon class.
down in two games. His 24- their new meeting room during their We are still allowing new
students to sign for the weeks however after the third will be held this Oct.
yard pass of a wet footballto trip through the Only drawback to the trip was up ; Friday.
split end Tim Murphey wasthe new courthouse dur- classes; however we recom- class has met we will not allow 10, at Pratt St., 4 p.m.
payoff play. ing their meeting day Monday. Archi- that somebody stole the carpet slatedto mend that you do so right a- further registration for the

Johns executed well on the tect Frank George and contractor ErnWORTH cover the floor behind the counter.and way in order to receive the free classes. Immediately following the
full benefit from the classes. ) Contest Saturday, all partici-
play," faking an end run to draw a Mrs. George (Jeanie Loperis
defenders away from the pass apply them in safeguard. Girls ages 10 and over are instructing the exercises. pants will be treated to a ham-

receiver, then throwing over ing what have built. Thisis I II : eligible to take the free lessons burger fry, following which tro-
,1"r" heads. e and girls may have their PUNT, PASS, AND KICK phies will be presented the 18
why I urge you to get involved GYM choice of either the Tuesdayor CONTEST ON TAP lucky winners by Larry Dupree.
Coaches;<< under were most pleasedthat rl !L ll @ in responsible effortsto Thursday class. SATURDAY OCTOBER U
; especially trying control crime---to make thisa r RECREATION DIRECTORTO
conditions, the Tornadoes had I y r BE GUEST SPEAKER
peaceful and safe and The Annual Punt Pass and
only one bad pitchout and one FOR THE CLUB
r QB
fumble, both retained by the society. } 1 FOR PHYSICAL FITNESSThe Kick contest, sponsored by Ter- OF BAKER COUNTY
BUS eleven. -Richard L. Gelb President wlllegar Ford Motors, and con-

Hurse also noted that halfback nation has grown great Bristol-Myers Co. women's exercise class ducted by the Starke Recreation Gene Rayburn, Director of
THE 30's LOOK Cruisinginto held Its first session Thursday Department will be held Satur-
Jimmy Alvarez was quicker and strong, not because we relied Recreation for the City of
I today's fashion is the evening, October 2, with 15 day October II, at the PrattSt.
than before and that halfback solely on government, but Automobiles continue Starke will be the guest speaker -
I I t pantsuit in long lean lines women participating in the Ball Park.
Dale Johns ran hard. The to be ,+ ti ; of the Baker County Quar-
I because of the determinationand reminiscent of the 30's. This class. Please note the change in
, BHS mentor thinks that on a skill, and the courage of driven at only two spucds-' d.v.vdrt4 one in cable-stitched cotton This class will meet each sites of the event. We had terback Club, Monday .evening
dryy field there is now speed lawful and awful. PredV.. features a short-sleeved tunic October 13.
8:30 9:30
our private citizens. Now we Thursday evening : planned to hold It at Westside
enough for a dangerous running and long wide pants. It's team- President of
with must use the same qualities Grown. The Bergen (N. J.) ed with turtleneck p.m. for a period of 10 weeks. Park, but due to the wetnessof Larry Dupree t
game Dale Johns, Al- a long-sleeved the Club, extended the Invit-
Citizen. 4 ?. shirt. By Tres Petite of Registration of new participantswill the area, it win be held
ation to Rayburn. Dupree, who
be held open for three at Pratt St. A practice session
-- - Dallas.
"I is Macclenny's CIty Manager

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Librarian Do? Commercial Driver Training EJECTION OTI1'2 OF: 'Tl>r.* (3) !''Inper"l.ora '"
for tame, of four (t) )
y....* each for Bradford Hull
MotThA Course Plans ProgressingA tract and.t.1' Conservation Dls I SMITH PLUMBING ;
Books-] October 21, un AND SUPPLYCO..
the best thing might ,be to) demolish Pursuant tothe Soil and
n pilot project to train com the oil: .building and use Water 5o3.Conservation Florida Stntntrs Ai-t. Chapter of Contracting and repair | i

mercial truck drivers through the lumber and steel to build t. "
and :.n an emYed"3005: : noti;::e'l;! PlumbingFixtures
the vo-tech center here Is progressing I )
..' /' By Linda Stash a new bus barn. Board Member hereby: given of an election to Water Heater Pump -I IIrrigation !
When you get right down to with complete approval Seeber Goodman then mov- be held on October 21. lift!) for Filter .j
There is also the never of the state Department of the election of: Three cat eu- iron I
It, not many of us know.whatanother rl.rt."sound.f1l'. ?: e the height of most requests in about three ending tasK of ordering books Education ed to advertise for bids on the prrvltors for term of four H) Water Softener
arson's: Job really is. boredom. days.If mostly demolition. The motion; passed year each.Polling. :
done by Mrs. Scog Supt. Tom Casey told the \ Flare:
Oh know the person'stitle unanimously.
we a look at the Inforjmntlrm gins because with Fnrn.r'Iutual; Exchange, PHONES: Z
However, the women at our 10 years School Board Tuesday that vo-
and have._some vague Idea Ferguson asked that enough .
Indication Bradford of Stnrke. Fin.Hayei
i whit i lie; or she i does'; : but local library don't feel that quested4s countlans any have wide,-ranging lieves experience the assistant Mrs. Minx be tech Dlrtctor Ted Oglesby Is lumber be left at the echool TV.. ,Grocer Grocery, t.a\vtev.Brooker Fla.. Fin. I 964-6023 or 964-58321 Z i
librarian .tepn
It ii Infreouent that we really way at all. Phone calls requesting Interests. For example now at the point of Interviewing to build a 16 x 20 foot storage Polling place. Cat will h. open (Please, make a note ofj
a variety of Information !better what Bradford teacher applicants for the 8.00 n.nl..
know what the job Involves. knows buldlng. between the hour of :
recent have Included
: number, your|
keep them and them ) checking order he is not and 5:00: p m. | our
help want
ror example, what does a the art and practice of hawking, Countians ; course, although In other action, the Board: All qnnltfleil elector residing hone book)
"learn somthing new every lists and preparing books ready to make recommendations shall h.! eligible -
librarian do. Does sw! just general Information of Australia Approved: borrowing $80,000 within the DIMrtct .
sit there In the calm and peaceof day. / orchids in North America, for the shelves; "pulling"books for 90 days at 4tt per cent interest A qualified to vote tn elector thin nn election defined
check- Here are some questions (those which are not After talking with Dr Carl Soil ConaeratlonAct ,
the book-filled room the complete Sherlock Holmes, from the Florida Bankat In the Florida
out books? which the local library has been "basics", are 20 years old and Proehl, associate :state com- Include any i person riunll-
ing temples and pyramids of Egypt, Starke to pay: teacher's sal- vote In fren-ml electionstinder
fled to
To discover what a librarian called upon to answer: books to learn sign languagefor are not being checked out; and missioner of education for vo- arles until racing funds: and ad the Constitution' nnd Stetutee iiEq '
does this reporter spent a day "What are the male"characteristics the deaf, history of Duval "reading shelves" (checkingthe tech education, that the) county valorem taxes or 1969-70 are of this state who I"I herein nl-nlandowner :
In the
at the Starke-Bradford County of a catfish? County, and the breeding and books and making sure they pan proceed with, the program, received by the, Board. a named District -OF THE WEEK
Public Library observation and "How do you rise worms for mating habits of white mice., are In their proper place on since it ii a pilot project pushed "Next year when we have a Robert J*. Norrls ,;
fish bait? Wha do the ). Robert N. Norrls. AdministratorState
conversation revealed a lot. worms- Needless to say,the librarians the shelves hard; by the state on the surplus we won't /have to do Soil and Water Conservation .
Being a librarian is like eat? This question was referred spend much of their time on "We're public library and if basis of using no local funds. this" commented Beard' Member Board. '': 't "
being manager of a business," to the county agent. more routine requests. "My we can't give the people what"tRey All three teaching units will Charles Sawyer 10-9 2t 0-18 f

Martha (Mrs. Carl Minx .commented : "What was "Babe Ruth's bat- husband likes spy and adven- want I don't think we're be entirely funded with state -Approved out-of-county duty ..
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Among other things. ting average This and many ture stories what would you doing our 1ob. Mrs. Minx money since Bradford County for .several employees and MODEL 37.5 7.0 4
Mrs. Minx must take care of similar questions are asked so suggest -- "What children's concluded. Of course, their has already exceeded tha
the financial side of the library people can settle bets which books would you recommend fora job does not Include giving out amount of matching funds It set a policy of paying 10 cents TALL YMASTERDELUXE
they have made. recipes for per mile for travel In such
and worry about keepingthe five year old boy? gold. has to pay for the number of
"What are the names of the cases.
building clean, and (then
there is the seven dwarves? (in the story of teachers In the county. -.Decreed: that children living '
Snow White). Three trucks, a White, a in Green Acres Subdivisionin
of mhP book *
"Then, too, people apparently National 4-H Club Week Mack, and a Dodge: have been west' Starke 3-4 miles from *
Magazine Subscriptions. believe that the library and its loaned for the program by private the nearest school, should be Subtracts

Although all magazines staff have all the answers to Observed Oct. 5-77 companies Casey said allowed to ride school busesas 7-8 Capacity
had been re-subscribed all questions The State Department will long as there is space vacant Multiplies I
two mjnt'n %; ) two companies Pat (Mrs. W. B. ) Scoggins also supply a $23,500 drive-a- the buses. PORTRAITS
had sent "your subscription assistant librarian who has been Bradford .County 4-H members Activities related to projectsthat cator trailer for use in trainIng on Accountant 'Neil Tucker MODEL 37-57-50 51.00
expires with this issue" no- on the'job for 10 years, tells of are observing National4H a 4-H'er may participateIn the drivers, Casey said. Gavs exten-
tices.In Club Week with a member Include demonstrations or a requested 10-day
two incidents. The equipment will not be owned TALL YMASTERELECTRIC
to and dependability
deadline Experience
and telling" others ion on an Oct.IS
addition to her managor'il: ship drive in each community "showing
work, Mrs. MInds the library'slink One day some years ago Mrs. of the county. what they have learned; judging : by the county but will le- complete auditing the internal is included in every service we
main here to be used long
with the public. Being ableto Scoggins was in the library by 4-H Meetings are being held! contests In livestock, dairy, as ; accounts of the school system.Set offer you. .

serve a patron's need gives herself when a strange man to carry out plans to tell the land, poultry, and developmentof as The necessary.School Board also votedto a special misting; Oct. Adds
the local librarian a gr it deal wandered In and demanJod to public about the 4-H program. leadership abilities! through 23 at 7:30: p.m. to open 'bids Subtracts TUCK'S

of satisfaction.She know the recipe for gold. Although "Each one-get two" is the local participation as a club or council advertise old school for building bids: n Brook-razingthe >n equipment for the upcomn 7.8 Capacity : ;

tells of the time a mid- she tried to explain that theme. This parallels the officer or by serving on truck driver's course BUIIJ'vvr4' DRIVE-1 lk
which U directly adjacent
dle-aged in such a recipe did not exist er
woman came to seek National theme of "Opportunity numerous committees. These Both $69.95Bradford
her help. The woman's hus- the man persisted and insisted for All." The goal is ISO are also a number of 4-H to the new building Lawtey Council BEE; PORK SPORE RIBS' '

band had Ji;'}] recently and she that he must have the recipe new members this year. camps that a 4-H'er may at Brooker Principal V, R. Ferguson Donates $200 County CHICKEN :
sail the old' school build
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did not know how
to v/r'.iv: a for gold.:
150 Bradford County tend.
check. She told Mrs. Minx she Ing Is in bad condition from For Library SiteAt Telegraph u.s.3o1 SOUTH
too Finally, frightened by the boys and girls belong to 4-H A 4-H Club meeting Is "De- vandals knocking out windows ;
was embarrassed to to
the bank and wanted a go book rather desperate look in the and find that learning can be mocracy In Action." Here they and taking off doors. He asked its meeting Monday night
eyes, the assistant fun. They enthusiastically in- the Lawtey City Council votedto
or information on check writing librarian began elect their own officers! con- the Board for a policy on re.
Mrs. Minx simply took the the reference book3 searching all vite any boy or girl 9 through duct their own programs, and! quests for use of the building, contribute $200 toward the When You Use An \mlrt'w'I Charge
looking 19 years of age to join 4-H by hold purchase of the old Parks
time regular meetings They property
to teach the lady how to for that recipe for gold which such as a country and western Account r
write checks. the man insisted did signing up and choosing a proJect take part In community activities group which has asked to use In Starke as a site for Ir
The exist and The main requirement! is and the county-wide 4-H the proposed new county libr Your Prescription Tax Records.;
librarian: ;)commented which he was sure the the building: on a regular! basis
that she enjoys the variety: of library a willingness to "learn-by-do- program. Most club meetings The Board refused that request ary.The are Kept For You By Us

people she meets. And, too, had.When a thorough search oral ing." They can sign up by calling have three parts-business, education because the school insur Council also voted to Andrews DrugsFor

you learn something new every reference books, failed to Pro- the County Agent's officeIn and recreation. The ance policy would not cover pay the insurance premiumon

day. It's never monotonous.' duce the recipe, the man left, Starke. 9646554. club meeting teaches'' parliamentary situations that are. not school the two Lawtey fire trucks, Fast Delivery Dial 061-7170 C 111 S
It's never mot,. :>nolli" To an hour In 4-H, young people learn procedure how to functions. amounting to about $200 annually -
many people, the job of libra- entered and a half-after he had practical skills In a wide var- make group decisions, how to ,SuPt Casey suggested that .
made his demand. iety of projects in agriculture use elected: officers wisely, : .

Then there was the man who home economics, citizenship, and to plan group activities. club, guide its activities, and r
; U1.
SEE'Thejaint came where in the and place demandm to know and personal development. The educational part of the proach is now being used, to supply records to the county | DeWitt C Jones Funeral;
ford County where was Brad- They learn, to apply the latest meeting centers around'' Indivi- Involve more people in the program office. Project leaders teach ;

People a quick divorce. he could get scientific facts to discover the dual projects an 3 activities The success of 4-H depends subject matter to the members.
had been told he could said he "why" as well as the "how" that interest the group Demonstrations on men and women They set up judging classes, |I STARKE |

MooieOPAINTS quick divorce In Bradford get a of what they do, and at the judging practice, illustrated who serve as volunteer leaders. conduct tours, and: help boys : .
same time enjoy friendshipsand talks and discussion They should be Interested in Yt.
County and he wanted to know group and girls prepare demonstrations :; PHONE 964-6200
where to go. The librarian recreation Developing are teaching tools. boys and girls and be willing exhibits and talks. t.. -
\ finally convinced him he was In character and good cltzenshlp! Recreation is important at to work with the Extension 4-H Leaders are needed. If

CENTRAL PAINT the wrong' place for a "quickie" are the long-range goals of 4-H. club meetings. Group singing{ Staff to prepare to serve as an you want to know more about 1'< KEYSTONE HEIGHTS f
divorce. The project the 4-H member parties, games dances, and organizational or project leader. the Bradford: County 4-H program '.'

STORES, INC. haWehente local library doesn't selects may be one he b especially active sports help youth learn Organizational leaders give or would like to assist r.. PHONE 473-3176 |,

636 NW. 13th STREET sought (providing information of course being such many interested kinds of In.projects There are for fun social of belonging skills and to add 4-H.to the overall Club. They guidance,help organize to the 'the 4-H in Agent's any way office, call today.your County f;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::r:::::,:,::::.:':.:.:.:.:':.:.:.:'>:.:':.::.:':}:I:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:':.:.:.:-:,:.:,..,.."."."ves....,...,....,...-<;<.

GAINESVILLE information does exist), the librarians each age group including The Bradford County 4-H ..-- .- .-__ ---C.JS 1n',
PHONE 370-1291 sent the requests tD: livestock, poultry, horses, gar program U being oriented to

the State Library which fills den, strawberries, electricity, the home and community. The .
and many others. adult and junior leader ap-

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} Bradford-C1apjir: i Ir3Ta>fj''C'-'F1'.d.' c..1ft Ia are commanded to be ana appearIn the "Fictitious Name Htatute". i
: .
.... *COif Atrnttfo. 4 '"o..r..wil'P"ob. that Court on October 10. No. 20953, Laws of iotk
Realtors *-1... 1969 show whythe Chapter amended byChapter TRADE AT HOMEaniltomman., I ]
Moo 'Ot" : Florida 1941
CommunityHy Elecr\! it !. .'. ]p! should/ be granted No. 287 0. Lewe of .., progrtM 1
I Fllo No. 1-I5V1 l otherwise a judgment may IKorlda" 1851. and by ChapterNo.
'Realtor In Re: Estate Of John Beneel. be entered against you, Brant 67.2091.aw. of Florida. 1987.being .':

. MM. Notice TJcoofuivdi Of Filing; Petition For Inc! the -adoption.Wltne my 'hand. and the sealford Statutes, Section will register 865.OB.with Florida the .................
Evalena ttartzop. president !- final Discharge Of Executrix CountyaFlorridaethis 11 .Clerk of the Circuit; Court In ,
of the Bradford-Clay Notice la hereby given thatI and for Duval County Florida
i Board h.v. rUed my petition for distribution day of September 198K. upon receipt of proof of publication SEE US FORDon't
of Realtors .
News elected and for renal discharge (SEAL) of thl. notice, the flctl- .
"Realtor of the Tear" by'' the a. Executrix of the k-.- Charles A. Darby (lun name, to-wlt CRESTVIKW
tate of JOHN BEN3EU; deceased. Clerk Of The Circuit Court! MOBILE;: HOMES under WhichIt
board of directors at the Sep- th..t..n Oclouer 28, Virginia, F. Darby
and By: Is engaged In business at
\ tember meeting Harley Broom 1060 1 will apply to the Honorable Deputy Clerk number 1H48 North Temple i $ EXTRA CASH $
Elizabeth Givens Walker 'was named associate of the Judge .Ih.r "nt. ro".wnB. County 112 Blsle West S.Call Sanders Street Avenue Florida" In the city of Starke.That i

:year. County Florida, for an orderof ,Starke Florida 32091 .the party Interested In
Mr*. distribution and for final Attorney for Petitioners .aid business enterprise Is ae
- Rartzog
-- announced of tin tt 10'a
Executrix 11-18
discharge a follow: .- let lack of
the PAR Convention'Will be will of John Uensel, deceased.a. OBIt E HOME a money .
NAACP NEWS ing for better jobs, obtaininga held In (Miami: Oct. Ellas jStaufferEllie TR.tnE) NA1IR LAW :BROKE TYING y
The local chapter of 16, 17 18. IStau treeS ()Notice Under Fictitious :\I".... Ij;. C. Allen. Prea worry you. If it's for a .
high school diploma, or for 'with a three-diay/! cruise to Nassau Myron C. Pr.>alt annul S.ZS .t 10-11
NAACP will meet Wednesday. enrichment. You may register leaving Miami on Sunday Myron C. Prevatt Notice Is hereby given that worthwhile we'll .
Oct. IS, at 8 p.m. In St. P. 0.: Box' 666 the undersigned, pursuant tOo purpose,
James AME Church Lake But- now. For Information call 964- and returning Tuesday; Oct. 21. Keystone Hetghtl. Florida. 't' f'/t'!1 A
6683. The October meeting will be 130.0 81 arrange a personal loan
ler. All members and Inter- Attorney tor Executrix:

ested citizens are Invited to CHURCH NEWS held rich In of Starke Gainesville with M.District M. Par 1 9.16 dt 10.6 : t/O/ .. to meet your needs with :
attend. Business of vital im- W & D
Ebenezer Baptist Church TRACTOR SALESBox
portance. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- vice president, aa special guest. <::;; terms to fit your budget.
Ia The Clrrult C.artOB ThKlgbth .
day School, 9:45. Regular ser- ure or at the Invitation of a Judicial Circuit O. ,FlurId -
WOMEN AT WORK vice will be held Sunday, Oct. local said. > In And For llrndtord County 75 CALL OR VISIT US TODAY
has !group Brantley Florida. c... MB. GOO LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 :
19. A Family Planning Day Senate Secretary Ed Frasier In RE: Petition of DMsiaFlower OLIVER :
been scheduled for the 19th said similar rule and Rosa B. Flo-werai
no has been Loons Up To $600 -
at 4 Each familyis his Wl"
also p.m. 10 DIFFERENT SIZESImplements. S
adopted thus far by the Senate NOTICE .
asked to pay $5. This pro- TO: lUeoslA Perry, addreu. unknown -
but predicted: that It would SfdC'wlnderfowers! Holland
ject is for the Junior Choir Arneaa Frailer Perry, TOWN FINANCE CO. 4
probably follow the House lead ...
robes. All families the churchare aeldr. unknown.. Transplanters Cole! Planters, John ,
You Are Notified that the)
in requiring that meetings be .
asked to please cooperatewith abovenamed Petitioner, Delete. t
ts) project. !beld in Tallahassee unless Flowers and Rosa B. Flowers Blue, Ezee Flow, and Others. 226 N. TEMPLE AVE. STAUKEARMY.
hie wife, have tiled a Petitionin .
there Is a good reason for convening
B"le study Is held each Tues- the above styled court for the
day ulght. Prayer Meeting each elsewhere. adoption of the minor child TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS .................... .
tiGwendolyn Thursday night. named In that! Petition !and you ,

Greater Bethlehem Free Will

Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper 1c

Williams pastor. Monday night, :
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday

P. Robinson night, Choir No. 3 and Ushers I

MT/ST the daughter of Mrs. Board No.2 will meet. Wednesday

Bertis C. Robinson, who Is night Prayer Meeting.
an employee at Bradford County Thursday night, Story Hour at I
Hospital, and the late M.Sgt. the Church Friday night Ladies c- I, iTTL1 UTrLD1LOW sro fs J
Circle.Saturday night din I I
Emmett Robinson, attended ER
Florida A & M University; ners will be sold from the kit- Sar e I I I PRICES BETTERQUALITY
from 1964 to 1968. chen. All members and friendsare / ,
She Joined IBM as a memberof invited to purchase a din- MORE
the facility's; first admin- ner. Sunday School 9:30.Morn- 1'15 AC1t ,
istrative training program ing service at 11. Evening ser- *

class in June 1968, following vice, 6 p.m. DISCOlJNT STORES DscOVER| OUR LOW LOW PRICES *
four years of college. She is The Men's Day program will e r ,
terminate October 26.All mem-
now an operator in Secretarial
Service and finds her job bers and friends are invited to AND SAVE MORE ATAGLE

attend. _
"very enjoyable and the pace LIST PRIG
keeps it pretty exciting.* Greater Allen Chapel AME ARMV-NAV" 1'S ONE-A-DAY
; ; '
Born and raised in Starke Church, Rev. Richardson, 1Y r<, VITAMINS

Gwen now lives at Cape Ca- Presiding Elder and acting pastor u BOYS' CAMPUS BOOTS r":. '1 lOO's 2.08
naveral. She spends her free Sunday School, 10 a.m.

time sewing ( makes all her Morning Worship at 11 with BRUSHED LEATHER =
own clothes), cooking, reading the Junior Church in charge. > '' vBAYER ASPRIN
dancing, swimming, and play- Rev. A. R. Richardson will Sites Popular tan
deliver the 6 p.m. message. \ color' ..... TABLETS 200'sa'
basketball. She is
Ing looking 1\ .
forward to her second trip to There will be a business meet- PLATFORM* -\ j POLO BIKES 3si36' 4 Rubber soled r + ---. "
the Bahamas after the first ing after the 6 p.m.. service.All Ii Lightweight riih'ik' LIST PRICl1.7I J 1.08
LADDERS Chrome fenders, high rile
of the members are asked to be o <: **/
year. handlebar "Bane. .
She also worked at the VAB present and on time k* Tubular aluminumvA" g y BRECK BASIC
building on the Cape. s<* ,. 1 Polo type teat .-
Safety rip top hne ]
Treadle iteps YOU SAVE 2.99
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boys Interested in join-

Ing the Scouts are asked to IN ARTON I ., ..,.,....-.,..,.". LIST PRICEJ. .W 1 44
I meet with Jimmie Jenkins each T '..:.:\:' (:: .:.:;::::::::.
4e 1
I Wednesday night at the Jenkins J.'i' i::
:;gr .t
I Recreation Center on Grove ,.
I Street. ::
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I All girls Interested In joinIng -

I the Girl Scouts are asked TADIES1 MEN'S "DICKIE" ITALIAN
to meet at Greater Allen Cha-
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t t PtIMANINT MISS; \C kiHt u Perfect for ages I to 6 3 TURTLE POLOS''
( PERMANENT PRESS Classy Italian Style
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TTa"tieftspTi i'oC''! '' v b endsn drc FP Jp Nat'lly. sold at 6.00 .:.I' --a'M Chain' driven training Cool cotton mesh t
nylon seat'J knit short sleeves
wheels banana
r. Solids and Patterns '
LegislatorsAre r Attractively trimmed ,\ V t YOU SAVE 4.98 y Sues S M L
ruffles Sizes 29 to 33 CoCO .

CurtailedMembers Size S-M-L r \: l

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of the (Florida YOU SAVE 70JWWT < J404S .

House of Representatives will

p not be able to collect travel l/-fr *
and per diem expenses for at. -t c
S.A. LEON THOMASSA tending committee meetings In Fe aty

conjunction with football and ... YOUR CHOICEI
Leon Thomas, son of Mr. I
and Mrs. Leroy Thomas, Sr., legislative weekends.The ** CHOCOLATE CHIP COCONUT PUFFs
new policy, signaling the 14Oi1ANCHOR
of Starke, Is a 1967 graduateof ,

pleted Diego RJE Naval basic High School Training training, and at Centerin com-San special(end disclosed of a House last long week insurance tradition when' was sub the G ;;;: ':,'' : i; HOCKING i ,' / ,. ? OA1MEAl CAKES

California. He is now stat- committee canceled: a three TUMBLERS True homemade flavor Choose from

ioned at San Francisco aboardthe day hearing set in Tampa MEN'SPENNY s r J ,1 ,' r as an assortn cm of throe delectable kinds
USS Richard S. Edwards which would have dovetailed Into -

after returning from a jour- the Tampa legislative week '
on the Mediterranean Sea. end. culminated by two Satur- v LOAFERS .
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The ship visited Hong Kong, day football games. ';rr, : 1r1'< Aqua Gold, I f in- oz. I I

the Philippines, Subic Bay, and Rep. Gene Shaw of Starke Avocado A QpiM 'a-J s
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I r LnLrLI This I Is Where We Came In r Farmers Diarythat Of Vice Conner NASDA President Elected -

Everything Is all set for the
.. big Calf Scramble and Horse Is practically In the water.

Up to now I've been of so Puerto busy 'Sixth (and final) In a series by Telegraph publisher Roads.The orders presented to me fairgrounds Show Saturday and with night'a' break at the 5 Commissioner Doyle Conner of was Agriculture elected- -
the praises
Rico singing Itself that I've neglectedto E...L. Matthews who accompanied Florida's before leaving Jacksonville N AS from the weatherman, there We had a lazy time at the first vice president of the Nu -8tk

tell much about "mine Marine Alp Reserve Training Detachment on summer said (among other things): should be a good turnout to beach wandering up and down >"al Association: : of State Dopartments -,
host" Marine you attack Squadron ma j Roosevelt' Roads. Puerto Rico. Please retain this authorization see the FFA and 4-H boys and the shore line "beachcombing of Agriculture at a'J

142, Marine Air Reserve f on your person for pre- girls 'rassle' calves and pigs. for shells going in for a dip meeting In Syracuse. N. Y. last \0,
Training Detachment U, S.Naval ... sentation to proper authorityon ; Admission will be FREE the In the gulf, or just plain sit- week t
Air Station, Jacksonville. demand program has been shortened so ting and watching: the ever- As first vice president of the ffl
This Is a crack unit of 225 .-- If I had carried out Instructions there will be more action and changing scene out over the group Conner will be in line K
enlisted men and seven officers : the only unhappy exper- less talk and It should be con- water. Too, we enjoyed study- for the presidency in 1971. He
from all parts of Flo- He OUSf.Uftf'O ience of my five-day stay at cluded earlier than In the past By Sam McGarvey Ing the birds -- the pelicans had been serving as second
rida, recognized as one' of Roosevelt Roads would never two years. setting berries and farm workers gulls terns sandpipers and vice president.
the top-ranking outfits of its have occurred. are accustomed to workingIn many more that we could not The marketing committee of t;;
kind In the U. S. It happened on my second 5 all kinds of weather. Incidentally Identify. One that fascinates us which Conner Is a member
A good portion, of the unit's trip Into San Juan -- the timeI we noticed that number Is the Man of War a huge sponsored, NASDA action seeking A:'
efficiency: may be attributed to ? returned to the base about The event, sponsored by the of growers have their berry bird that circles so high above Improved regulations of o
Its commanding officer, Lt.Co midnight on the 'liberty bus.I ." Starke-Bradford County; Cham- fields set out in plants al- that It often can be barely ?,
< Imports of fruit and vegetable
\ had caught a ride into the ber of Commerce Is designedas ready. see. R
J. M. Rapp a Vietnam veteran asking Congress to rule out
and scuba diving enthusiast, city; earlier that afternoon witha a livestock Improvement
who 5 5 the sale of imitation farm prorf
young Navy pharmacist program through the addition
whose opinion of some of the when the natural
ducts products
news media commentators and was changing assignments. We of purebred calves to the coun-
editorial writers is none too rode out of the gate In a Navy ty's herds. It was started two We also noticed that the countryside While some pretty shells are are available In good <
flattering where the war Is con taxi and both he and the dri- years ago and as the calves Is soaking wet and that washed up on shore, most of supply. The committee also
cerned. ver assured me there wouldbe donated then are of breeding age every heavy shower quickly fills them are broken or damaged by called for proper identification ?

Having seen what's actually! no difficulty; getting back now the project will have a up the roadside ditches and wave action, so Sam waded out and labeling of imitation agrl- a.

going on in Vietnam Col. Rapp In that night. chain-reaction that will up- ponds, not to mention drive- and finally located one In deep cultural products. q
can't understand why some of Little md they know. breed cattle In Bradford Coun ways. Even so this section water. On getting It to shore q.
these seem so reluctant to give When the liberty; bus rolledup ty. was spared from the three or the specimen was identified as r
our side an even break in their to the gate about 1 a.m., four Inch downpours which deluged a Lightning Whelk which was
commentary, playing up our the guard got aboard and began a a a Gainesville and Jackson- still alive. We brought it homeIn Can Legislators: :;*

actions against the ,while -- checking everyone for pas ville and other sections in this the car and we can vouch 1\
enemy that I was This for the first time whelk must Hold Two Jobs?
brushing over lightly, or ignoring ses. My explanation year general area. for one thing -- a
the many atrocities z:;;: an Innocent newspaperman returning girls will be contestants. Not be the skunk member of the Opinion Sought '
committed by the Viet Cong from sightseeing In In the calf scramble but in an 5 shell family! as to put it mildly -
against the South Vietnamese. there, and should know. time. In spite of this however, San Juan didn't have any ef- event ot their own--a agreasea-- it does not smell like a >.
In spite of being a newspaperman Col.' Rapp was well pleased the unit has -put Into go fect. For all the guard knewI pig scramble, which should add While down at Indian Rock rose. So we'll bury It In the Orange County Circuit Court s
myself I had to agree with the training at Puerto Rico to Arizona next summer might have been 'double fun and excitement to the pro- Beach on our vacation we visited ground and let the ants cleanit Clerk Ken Klenth has askedt
with the Colonel in many In- where: the flyers got In ap where 'support Is said to be agent like the one InvolvedIn gram. George and Sue Davis out. the State Attorney General t

stances. After all, he had been proximately550 hours of better and things are not so the famous Green Beret case (formerly of Brooker) who are for an opinion on whether It is ., )
night training In two weeks "spread out as at Roosevelt in Vietnam. 5 operating a mobile home parkat 000 Illegal for a state legislator to r

Did I have a passhe Seminole. We commented on We got home a day beforeour alfeo hold office as a city prosecuting a I
asked. "No one gets by this On a rainy day last week, the fact that after every heavy vacation ended and a good attorney.
Our gate without a pass* soon after we returned from shower the main road along thing we did because Sam's e
editorial. And I didn't Nothing would vacation, we saw a familiar the gulf was badly flooded and car wouldn't start, the water He also asked for an opinion ,
r do but I must get off the bus sight -- a crew setting out George replied: 'Over here we heater wouldn't light and there on whether a county commlssloner .:
and go Into the guard house strawberry plants at Dan are on a ridge and are high and were other things that needed can serve at the same ;
At LastStarke's until the matter was clearedup. Starling's farm. City dwellersno 3ry.* However, he admitted that attention. All In all, it was' time as mayor of a community. -
A Power Study I thought a quick phone doubt felt the day was a the elevation of the ridge was like coming back to reality; 2

call to Col. Rapp or some other mean one' because of the rain, only 12 feet above sea level after being away In nevernever -

officer would get me in the but .It was .made to order for and to ou way of. thinking land. The opinion was asked for
makes what it costs to Ton
City Council has at last be- or produce a the
clear but imagine my dismay basis of a Florida statue
gun a study to determine just what kilowatt of electricity. That official when the bus rolled on, with :--;:- having to do with conflict

the power plant means to its citizens. has our respect and admiration for his my coat and several purchases ) ". It's a wOlla.'sr lean Foresters have been hardat of interest and Job remunel'atlon 4

Auditor Ned Scott has been employedto honesty. That's the kind of man we made in San Juan rolling work bringing together and on wording In the 3

need one who admits shortcomingsand with it. jn rnr countless elements to insurea new State Constitution ,
gather facts and figures on the power A phone call or two put wheels r-:

plant and distribution system. The seeks facts and answers. in motion and after about half .'!t .,., (:ft/l' 1Ulifi.J! ting fast-moving meeting smoothly designed to opera-enhance Klenth had held his present

Council wants to know what it costs Another official Councilman Neil an hour -- which can seem : and expand the com- Job while working part time t

the city to produce kilowatt of elec- Tucker has been the prime mover in like half a day at 2 In the ( petence of our Nation's foresters. as tax assessor for the City ofMaltlan
the Council: to study. morning -- I finally got clearance 'I :!. He gave the
tricity, and what more it costs to dis- getting approve a ) Martha Sue McCain ." up part1'
M > times and in different and Navy transportationwas foresters time Job however because of' i
tribute that kilowatt of current to res- ny many Many professional
sent to carry me the sev- County Extension
r wording in the new constitu- *
idents.It ways Tucker suggested such a power eral miles from the gate to Home Economics Agent from this area. are expected' to tlon to the effect that no public *

has been a long time in coming, study. He stuck to his guns through Bundy BOQ where I was attend this meeting. official could hold two public

but at least the} Council has started to many a lukewarm reception to his pro- quartered.Next V4E, IMAGINATION' tlve If they look planned in- Jobs. r

grope its way out of darkz}ess. posal, and now persistence has finally]] time I'll carry my orders INSTEAD OF MONEY :stead of Just left-over from dinner ... .., ...
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We wholeheartedly approve th'ej borne fruit.Impetus with me. IN DECORATING HOME r
from Tucker who he The stay at Roosevelt Roads Junk Is having its dayl! Museum Other food combinations
move. It could well]] turn out to be says .
very display An
intends to find out the facts before was an excellent opportunityto ; and: art galleries flat tray of rice or dried beans Open Reply
the best $1,200 the Council has ever .
observe our citizen-Marines it as art. Even expensive t la the perfect setting for a simple
spent. coming to a decision on whether the York City Jewelry stores of fruit 'A Mother'
training and testing their combat New piece or antique To Worried
For years we have heard, and still city should again add to the power skills. These men are a consider It beautiful enough to utensil. Or put a fruit arrange-

hear, that the power' plant supportsthe plant or purchase additional electricity, very real part of the nation's place gems admlat groups of ment in a little chest or a
over-all defense posture and delicate rusty motor wooden box. Fruit The Telegraph has received an "open letter"signed
city. If it were not for the is a force the city can well use. small Jewelry
power It is a fact that Starke electrical many of them are combat vet- part. ido n't always have to be by "A Worried Mother" who says she
plant, we're told taxes would sky- the in erans of Korea and Vietnam. Don't be timid look care place in only a wooden bowl or lives in the Keystone Heights ara.In .
rocket to pay for our now free garbage are among very highest When in actual combat the of Junk. Beau-
fully at all kinds cut glass compote and It can spite of the fact that the Telegraph has
collections streets and water the state. We also know that many jet attack squadron's main mission excitement may be be
sewers ty and enjoyed in all parts of the repeatedly stressed: that we do not print letterswriter's
lines. It has been pointed out that the families building homes now chooseto would be to give close air found In pieces of old rusty home.

power plant now pays for the operationof locate outside the city because of support to ground troops, metal. All Junk needn't stay In A group of candles-different a R unlgsa: the"] name is known to .us, we I
like the high utility bills. interdict,* and ordnance hops. the Junk yardl! Combinationsof diameters colors and heightscan continue 1! to receive letters signed "A Friend :. .
police fire and
The squadron flies the A4-B Increase A Taxpayer Concerned Citizen ." or similar -
things can
We agree with Tucker. As we have "found" be a focal point. And a
utility departments..
skyhawk Jet attact bomber
the Interest and personality of group of children's building terms. We will upon request, withhold the
The fact is repeatedly stated people have a the same model aircraft now
that right now nobody
your home. After all. blocks stacked into a nice arrangement name of the writer, but the name must be knownto
knows exactly to what degree of right to the most from their dollars. being used by the Marine Corps furniture and for
many art objects especially a
us in charges statements in the letterare
case or
and in Vietnam.
If the with elec- Navy
present system high them-
those statements are true. Nobody, we architecture cannot by Child's party.
repeat, has the necessary facts to determine tric rates and high utility bills is the One of the pleasant surpriseswas selves make a beautiful home. Ideas are endless. Invent unfounded.This .
just how much of a "savior"our best let's find it out. If there is a to find four Waldo men-- Without some inventivenessyour your own by being daring and worried mother says she has just dis-

plant is. possibility that city residents can keep Sgt. Larry Ganstlne, Sgt. Jack home may be dull. bold. Most Important be yourself covered that her child is on drugs LSD .

power the benefits have at lower Gansttne Lance Corporal Bill Be a collector! Some of the let your personality shine speed marijuana "Not only him, but several
One official has said he same they a
city has
to DeSha and Pfc Ben CampenIn -- found In the
best things are and don't be afraid. You'll other 'nice' boys. Some are selling some are .
answer "I don't know" when asked cost through a more efficient opera- the detachment. For its size, most unlikely places. Consider: need to experiment with differ .
she declares.
how much money the power plant tion, we want to know about that too. that must make Waldo the best everything from the rustiest ent combinations colors, textures buying,
This mother and that the letter
we assume
represented town percentage piece of metal to the moat and arrangements of
wise in Florida's only Marine beautiful weed. All objects are things to achieve the effect was written in good faith, although without

I Corps Air Reserve Squadron. possibilities for compositions! you want.GOURMET. knowing who the writer is, we cannot say -

Lakeside 'Scenery'An Another having lunch pleasant one surprisewas day with or arrangements of some sort. TREATS asks : "Have you looked at your child's eyes

Maj. Frank Pound a Cocoa Rocks and! pebbles add Inter When you use Imaginationyou lately ? Have you seen anything suspicious? And

--' -- attorney and son of an old friend, est to many areas of your can have gourmet treats when you find marijauna in their drawer or
official of the U.S. Forest Ser- I home or apartment. A warning for small expenltur, If you
the late Dick Pound former they have a fit from LSD do know how
EII: you or
vice reports a dramatic increase in use editor and publisher of the Union though: In some states its Illegal work at It some. One of the
where to find help? Let's do something!I"
to pick certain flowers most of
by the public of the 15,000 square County; Times. popular the hot appetizers
miles of and In other states there are for example Is called Although we can understand the reluctanceof
land that have been set asideas This tip of the hat to a very
wilderness areas in the nation. fine outfit almost brings us to laws against removing certain "pigs in blankets" another this concerned mother to identify herself,
: f the point where we ride off rocks. Follow laws that are set for a frankfruter or sausage because of the stigma that might attach to her
People can no longer find camp- Into the sunset of our stayIn up to protect our national chunk wrapped in flaky pastry child as a practical matter, she defeats her own
ing space in state and national parksare Puerto RIco-- except for parks and state forests. and .baked if you were to buy by rerr.'aining How
taking to wilderness trails and one last harrowing experience Have an old attic? Look these in the supermarket 12 purpose anonymous. can

waterways by foot, pack train, and -- the departure.The there. Many wonderful objects ounces of the frozen prepared others"reply to her challenge, "Let's do some-

canoe. Let's hope they care enough to X plan was for the four may be found. franks In blankets will cost you thing, if they don't know who she is or how
xy M+4r. (or was it five?) planes car- There are also places to purchase about 89 Cents The label prom to make contact?
keep these wilderness cleaner wa"
areas rying us back to Jacksonvilleto Inexpensive Items to use ised 12 pieces In the box so How can others heed her warning: "To all
than some of our present state and leave one each hour on fpr arrangements. Yarn mater each hors d' oevuvre weights parents Wake up'? You say drugs can never

national, as well as county-owned fa the hour starting about 1 p.m. tel/ notions. Inexpensive glassware less than half an ounce and happen to your kids ? I said the same thing."
cilities. Saturday. are some things available costs about 7V4 cents. Multiplythat
For instance this view (right) of While waiting in line to get to add uniqueness to your arrangements by a crowd of hungry Sometimes it takes a lot of courage to sign

"beautiful" Lake Geneva aboardthere seemed to be Creativity Is a guests! and you've got an expensive your name to a letter. But that is the most ef-
at the
pub- dozens of lines and I could Joy Indeed. party.To fective way to get a job done.
lic boat ramp off Highway 100. The only! hope I was in the rightone-- You've collected many beau- make your own franks in '

lake itself is beautiful, of course but I got into conversation with tiful pieces of Junk what should blankets, buy a tube of flaky I

we can't say as much for the "scenery"left the Waldo boys and wasn't pay- you do? Create unusual com- biscuits at the dairy case of

by a careless and unappreciativepublic. ing too much attention to any- binations of things. An egg !lying the supermarket. Cost Is "

> y thing else. in the midst of coffee around 35 cents for 10 biscuits .
All of a sudden someone =
And we can't help but wonder about grabbed my elbow and said beans is an example. The variation weighing a total of 8"!4 ounces. "4IfI
of forms can. be effec-- You'll need "
a pound of frank
the new wilderness areas. How many They said to tell you that ')''Io.! .
furters 'iii
j who use them will appreciate their your plane is about to leave. priced at about N ..:;a..
cents. After
you roll biscuits
I looked around and didn't t
blessings sufficiently to treat them see the plane where I thoughtit Where's the rest of 'em?' around the franks, cut them ?

with respect How many will take quicker than an array of bullet-punc should be (seems it had I then realized what had hap- into small morsels for ,baking F -

trouble to bring their garbage back tured beer and pop cans littering the taxied off aways to refuel, pened. The officer in charge You'll end up with 1'4!! pounds ,\ \

home with them or dispose of it in bottom of a crystal clear spring or and In the confusion I didn't checking the manifest, had found of ready-to-bake hors d' oeuvres ;
some other suitable see any faces that looked familiar me missing and was holding up about 50 pieces at about
manner? lakQr or surrounding its shores. Andman 1 to those I thought were the others until I could be two cents each.Foresters .
There is nothing that can destroy is the only one who can put themthere. in our group. found. A runner was dispatchedto --=-- : '

the beauty of a public outdoor facility Thinking they must alreadybe carry the word that "the 'Assn. 8 4Jf1t s -c
aboard the plane (whereverit crazy civilian was already on H.dS .
was) I grabbed my bags and the plane. To Hear SecretaryOf # -: .

started running down the milesof Well at least I had my choiceof = f t/1Mt
AgricultureFor "
The Bradford County -."_' .-- -- runway asking everyone *I seats, though it cost me sev- .4J.':v ;. _= : t' .ft /
If seethe plane? eral
passed they'd disgusted looks as the
TELEGRAPH. =-'''.--. Since there were only a hun- Marines climbed belatedly the second time in their Rv Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine!
69 years of existence the Society -
dred or so aircraft around that aboard.
ESTABLISHED )1879K. was a pretty silly question. The trip back home was uneventful of American Foresters half Thr vetnel living the.llIh of way
-::: ', wN.$ Finally someone pointed to a and I was just con- elected to hold their Annual FUNDAMENTAL RULES ia railed "privileged". hut 1 has llifiobligation .
.... :\ -; Navy plane about a quarterof gratulating myself on a safe Convention In Florida when SIMPI.IFY SAFETY |I" maintain Fours and
d'hsIIitle a mile away that lookedas landing when the plane braked they meet this year at the Confuted: l I.y detailed hunting peril. Tile venni-l not having the
M'MeaFLORI So shall my word be. .11 if It might be getting readyto suddenly and I was hit(remem- Dcauvllle Hotel In Miami ruin I that nay differ from unr part right uf way i h"Imrdeiird" and 1 mud
shall not return to me empty depart. Sprinting across the ber?) in the head by a flying Beach October 1217.Florida's uf the rounlry lu the. "....\? A lime Ukr iierrnitiiry.of aition tu avoid the
poiuibilily cwllinion
of roinntun, in boating and liy turning,
Commissioner a
A ESS (Ian. :55:11); : blistering concrete I finally suitcase that somebody failed I knowledge uf Star. fundamental rule slowing. Hopping; or reversing.NailliOHla .
God is made it to the plane expectingto to strap down. Agriculture and Consumer uf the road ran l he applied l almost. are always privileged
our Rude to
ASS O TON prosperity see it taxi off at any moment As we disembarked and I Services, Doyle E. Conner will :everywhere, according !" ihr Kvinrmlc : over ,power Luaus. mrrpt in a rarenilimliun
IIlItlttUl'l.'ttlt, and with Him Finally I reached it and walked into the 'tower to makea welcome the Foresters! to FIor.I New Service.The when, .they are overtaking
At W J now chuniu'l.H of flood open uj' climbed aboard. Imagine my phone call the same sad- ida and introduce the keynote Lair rule to remember. i I.thai bout. undrr. power. Fishing; ItoaUwhrllirr
for u*. A* wo turn to Cud and dismay to find It absolutely eyed girl at the desk (the one speaker Clifford M. Hardin .I vain approaching you from anypoint .. anchored. or underway have.
identify ourselves with iliawork empty! 'Wrong plane I who had hinted at a possible Secretary of Agriculture. I dead. ahead to within a ninety tin* right uf way
I \ it luuomtM! muI\ I than thought, with visions of havingto dunking in the river as a climax The convention's General I I degree" angle raining from the A good rule lu remember ...hoon.1.I'r..hlll.

L. MATTHEWS. Elltar-Psbga... just: a prnyiT.\ It ht'l'unlt' I the wait hours and go through to the trip) called out, Chairman, William W. Hood. right When ha.two the right dual of approach way. head freighter. ia.that larger they veaael.lurk have. the right at

rebuked each Thursday a4 st red as Ist... working/ principle\ by which we miles of red tape to get my I see you got back safe of Camp Blending who is t on, each should ilrrr, to the right oritarlioaril of weight, though. yon may technically .
i Class Mailer at MM rest Office sl Stark, FlecMa live. Prayer\ rerontcr our at name on another manifest for and sound! Chief Forester for Florida's: aide. When one boat I. lie privileged.
tutor Act tt Mareft Ilr.. .1S7s. tention/ on Cod.: departure. Wiping the blnod from my Department of Military Affair, overtaking another, a hi ...u.. keep In any emergency it I. the. dutyof
and in God About that time a memberof bruised forehead, I replied states: "For many months clear of the tluwrrmoving. bat tile boatman lu Hand J liy. and
I Subscription I* lt' anal ,,1 yew, *...| 0...... every praycrof our heart lindltI'l'I'f'l.t the crew popped his head weakly "Well almost, anyway committees from the Florida which hat the right of way. lloalaleaving renter all pouiMe! ...I..n.... <.'.a..

trade area 1 year, 11.1 fullillmcnt..I" in from the cabin and said, .* Section of the Society of Amcr- I' the. dork haw no right .f mon aenan and I""n" rourttayahould
-.. .way ..nlilh.., are in open water prevail, in all ailualUna.r .

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james Shuford on Saturday eoupoii
:night Oct. 4. Hostesses were ', VALID ONirocr.F 1]
;Bins. Arthur Redding Mrs.
Arthur Redding Jr., Mrs. Earl
Mosley and Mrs. D. R. Red-
Idhng! .
Games were played and prizes a ONE 8" 10" PRINT ti I
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Mrs Daisy Starling. The with, any purctiato of, SS of moo Mcipt ilorm prohibited' by low
!Honoree received many lovely ;' LIMIT ONE COUPON PER FAMILY fy \
Refreshments 99c
were served by ', COUPON is WORTH l;; : ,

the.hostesses to the 37 guests. {_. lic I

meeting of the Lawtey
Etyrientary School PTA will be
bead Tuesday. Oct. 14, at 7:30:
p.m. in the school cafeteria. A
covered dish supper will be served ROOD STORt'< W-D BRAND U.S. "CHOICE" CORN FED BEEFChuckRoast FooD sDarts
followed: by open house BMl lB*
for.parents and friends to meet
the teachers and visit the *
rooms. W-D BRAND USDA :-

Grace United Methodist: Sun .
day School 9:45: ; Worship. 11 .
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. MYF Wed
nesday 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice
Wednesday 7 p.m. Men's )
Choir Practice 8 p.m. Rev. Jim
Thompklna of Ralford was guest ,.
speaker last Sunday. rr
First! Baptist: Sunday School II
9:15: ; Worship. 11 a.m. and 7:30: '
p.m., Training Union 6:30: ; ? 29
Wednesday >' ... ULJVDHAND'
Mid week services '"
7.30.: .
,;; '
Church of God: SundaySchool
10 a.m., Worship service '':
7:30 YPE P.Jf 1 .._ )'. '
11 a.m. and : p.m. < "
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Wednesday 7:30.: !I'Iil'!! .-- "4-
Highland Baptist: Sunday LB.
School 9:45: ; Worship 11 a.m. IB.
and 7:30: p.m. Choir Practice lBS.
630; p.m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday 7:30.:


PERSONALSMiss Norma Jean Prevatt is Pork Roast ]88* r50u: $2.89 Steaks 79'SUPIRBRAND
a patient In Bradford CountyHospital. Chops .=.68' . ,= . ,=.
She has the prayers

and wick.relatives.Mrs.Ga.. Joyce spent.Futch tits weekend of Bruns at Spare Ribs. .LB.684 Steak . .Le.984 Patties.$1-99 lBS. 69


:Mr. and and Mrs.friends.H. E. Priest Pork Chops. .79< Steak. $i':39: Roast .78 Hens..2$1.69THRIFTY
were In Wellborn last Sunday. ... . .

visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Quantity Riahtt Rr, rved-NN .. Good INC.cornuo.rdoi, .thru Wednesday Oct. 9 I IS
Williams and Mr. and Mrs. DIXIt SIORJ| ( ?

George Mrs. Jim summerlin.Burton of Jacksonville MAXWELL HOUSE ALL GRINDS MAID
and Mrs. Horace Cox of
Waldo were visiting Mr. and KING SIZE DETERGENT
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Wednesdayand

of Starke Thursday.was a Charles Monday Dinkins morn COFFEE Catsup

ing visitor.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Fab .
1 ry 1 t
Duck and Cindy Saturdaywere :
limit, f Colin of Your Choice w/SJ. fattt'toiler deluding Pin trot ISS. Eo LoH B EH
Mr. and Mrs.' Franklin :
Folds and son, ant Mr. and / limit:3 w/S.OO or more purchat..jicluding clv.r."..
Mrs. D. E. Nolan of. Jackson 'Limit one detergent of your choice
ville. yi[$5.00 or more Food Order Excluding
\" Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs. King SI.. Cigarettes t
Richard Carter and Mrs. George
P. Shuford were visiting in ARROW
Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Seba Rowe of
Inverness were Sunday visitorsof 89 4R'
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. w worr r iv wN COFFEEit
They were enroute to their II T
home after taking a tour of t
California.Mr. .
and Mrs. M. C. Kelley lB.
attended the Kelley Family reunion KING CAN 49 12-or. ,
In Brooker on.Sunday. SIZE Orr '
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Mrs. Gladys Ivy of Dade BOTTLE
City :spent Sunday with her CAN
brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Clark: and fam

ily.Cindy Duck was Saturday
overnight guest of Mr. and No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIATomatoes. THRIFTY MAID LONG GRAIN 28-01. No R.turn {oilRI.. CHEK

In Mrs.Jacksonville.Franklin Folds and: son 6l20ax. Rice..3 LBS' 39 Drinks. 5/$1. Napkins..3/l.; :

Miss Priscllla Tanner who Is . .
attending the University of DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE 16-01. DEEP SOUTH CRAPE No. 2 Can THRIFTY SLI. PINE-

South the weekend:Florida with In Tampa her parents., spent Bread 29* Jelly 29 Apple M:4::: :: /$ iiiisoowiil.::: ::: : ::

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner.On . . . . .
Sunday all members of
4-ai. ARMOUR DIAL 3201. DEEP SOUTH PEANUT No. 2-1/2 Can LIBBY' Yellow Cling 20O-O. SCOTTIES FACIAl

the family Gwen Zack helped celebrate granddaughter her Deodorant. 59 Butter .79' Peaches 3/l. Tissue .389u.s.

tenth :birthday anniversary.The . . . .
children enjoyed birthdaycake
and punch.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Cannonof CHICKEN, BEEF or TURKEY Jf $ I
Jacksonville were visitingMr.
and (Mrs. E. J. Raulerson U.S. No. 1 REGULARPotatoes SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR

during Friday the visitors week. of Mr. and MEAT PIES 9

Mrs. J. H. Eunice and Mrs. 11
lee Cream
Selma Eunice were Mrs. Palmer
Williams and Mrs. Ruble PIES
Cook of Starke, anj Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Eunie of Graham.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Gajkins during the week:

of were Mr.IMacclenny and Mrs.Mrs.Jack Juanita Dyal 20 9AG 89c Dinners. EACH 39 Apples 5 lBS.59t THRIFTY MAID

Combs and family of Macclen- *
ny. and Mr. and Mrs. Jason Potatoes.79 Grapes 5 Les' $1.
Billiard and son of Jackson. 4k HALF
A. W. Gaskins celebrated 10
the sixth birthday anniversary lBS. Pies 4/$ 1. Lettuce .D29*
of daughter Deana on . . HALF GALS
Sunday. A number of relativesand 1ciu 1
friends were there to help

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Homecoming Set. R. S. Waldron a
"k R,9 sik .sbyz zfs 4; ;?..
( Yr: '
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At Long Branch Y',{:Ny ),, '' iy.S"f ::3 tlr' ,
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Services Held }> pt A>r t f Yy. x
T Y' e 4. '
Sunday, Oct. 12 t':? y,.v a.is ' Here MondayRobert .M.l: ': i .yV, Sk.
Homecoming Services will bo \\1

observed at Long Branch Bap- ,
S. Waldron 72, of ,,;"
1st Church, Maxvllle. on Sun- a.w a'z ,l,': y i e 'R l. r'n; 11: Starke died Friday following a
will also'mark
day'Oct. 12. This day M"ft
of the sudden illness. .
the beginning *
A retired farmer Mr. Wal I
third year for Rev. O. W. Wilkinson : ,
born in Columbia .. .
as pastor cf the church. dron was ", '" '"" f
will be County Sept. 29, 1897 the son of
The Worship services vz:
brought by Rev. Reggie Taylor the late George and Abble CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 4H,"

Dinner will be served after Keene Waldron. He was a CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday,School LAWTKY.10 Korn- Sufnday: : Bible Study 10... m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.: MornIng Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. ").>
the morning service with singing member of the Smyrna Baptist CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS big Worship 11:15.eat SundsjrMcht (tlor nine Worship and Communion Worship. 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.Youth {",

scheduled' during the afternoon Church. Sunday School. 10 ajm.. 416 East Call SI. service 6:30. Service 11 a. m. Eveningvertices. Worship 7:30: p. m.; Player Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir.Practice ?K
Survivors Include the wife Worship Service 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125. northwest of Lawtey -Dev. 6:00. Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m. v
All former pastors and members Ruby A. Waldron of Starke: 3 Evening Service 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacra: R. L. Bennett + \V ctlnesday Worship>> service 7 -Rev. J. C. Festers pastor Rev. Robert D. Buroh 'c
friends. daughters Mrs. Ellen Fowler Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer pastor. Minister Jack P. Bell
as well as local ment. 11:15.: j> try tit
are invited to Join these services and Mrs. Harriet Thornton both Meeting.Thursday. Monday Primary 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL ift
of Starke and Mrs Hazel Cor- Night, Prayer UetttVing NORTHSIDE' BAPTIST GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
Tuesday MIA. 7:30: pjn. Sunday: School. 10 a. m. Morning Sunday: a. m. Sunday
be taken eon of Jacksonville; 10 sons: In church. 7:3 pjn. : CHURCH School 11:00 Highway 100-A ,
will Morning
A collection Wednesday Relief Society. Worship 11 s. m. PreServices : a. m. fd
after the morning worship for Hogan Hillman Harley Hil Youth. Service., Friday >1UP 7:30: p.m. (Booster Band. Youn Sj-cuedule of services: Sunday. Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 16 am. MOl'nh f

the upkeep of the cemetery. ton schell, Howard.Waldron.Hurve all of, and Starke Her- 7:30 p.m. Pastor\ -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service), 6,; ,.Scriool 9:45: a. m. Morning Worshrp Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wore Ing Worship, 11, Training Un'I 9
to send donations Ivy Luke. Branch 10:45: a. m. Training Union. ship. :
Anyone wishing Hllbron of Miami; Huey of President p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m Ion, 7 p.m. Evening: Worship '
for this purpose may SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service Wednesday .. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting: :?
Harold Wal
send them to Long Branch dron Hollywood.of Ft. Pierce and : one broth. BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. S. R. Bowers X>. D, 7-l5.:!I: Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd< Wednesday 8 p.m Rev. Don Drawdy.M!
Cemetery Association RFD BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor. Wednesday 7:45: p. m. night 1:00: p. m. Family night. Pastor :*
er: Buck Waldron of Lake City; t>33 W. Pratt St. Sunday services .
Box 273. Maxvllle, Fla. 32265. 4 sisters: Mrs. Ola Hodges, : : Sunday School 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Ta*> '

!Mrs. Matt Hlglnbotham, Mr. Preaching, 11 u. m. Training tee Frees Drive In. Sunday .
Vera Higginbotham, and Mrs Union. 3:45: : p. ni, Evening! Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Ser 1N

Mr. WiescholeK; Shellle Waldron, all of Lake 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
City. Thirty-five grandchildren Elder: : A. O. Flynn pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
Services Held and eight great-grand -Leroy Olive pastor; 11:. L.
children also survive. St.. Marks Episcopal rUfw., associate pastor. i< STOP-CAUTION-GO
Michael Wlescholek. 85, of
(Sunday Services
Services were from the Smy
Starke, died Sunday after an rna Baptist Church at Starke 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST IIfIIHt
extended illness. He was a native 10 '
a.m. Church'School ,
Monday Oct. 6. with Rev. HlghwaX12 N rth'ttM nI !
of member of +
Germany a 11
the Catholic Church, and a retired Cecil Williams officiating. Bur- a.m. Family Service Lawtey. Sunday School Loam{

Merchant Seaman ial under was direction In Santa of Fe DeWitt Cemetery C. Sundays Holy Eucharist; Morning 1st Prayer and 2nd 3rd Morning Worship. 11:15.: Sunday WI' ; I It
Night Service }
Funeral services were held! 6:30.: --Rev. '
nd 4th Sundays. lfr y

at side 10 in a.m.Crosby Tuesday Lake at the Cemetery grave. Jones Funeral Home of Starke. R. L. Bennett! pastor 'If If ( e Jv' L.6'JAil. i; ..'@
with Father Edward A, KirbY SHAW FAMILY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH: OF GOD .' nil ,j' r.: / 2;s'>
officiating. Interment followed ,. 422 N. St Clair St., Starke. G :
under direction of DeWitt C. 14th annual Shaw! Fam. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship ::'. ."
fly Reunion will be held Sun' ing Worship, 11 "Am :: .
Jones Funeral Home. : :sermon Services 11 a. m aud 7:30: p. ,
day Oct. 19, at New Hop t 'j: '
I My Brother's Keeper? .
m. Prayer Meeting! Friday 7:30: ::
Graduate Church near Lacrosse. Th Students p. mj Rev. Chester J. Shoiijipe": .
business meeting will start a t 7:30: ; sermon "Walking pastor.HOPE. they protect only as they are obeyed. # ,
Safe From Draft 11 a.m., followed with a baskel t Worthily." ) ....
: The Bible Is God's Signal Light and guide for man'spath
lunch at noon. All relatives ant I Monday Afternoon session f-
President Nixon has announ- friends are Invited) to attend. New River Baptist Association. | through; .
(Highway 100 At Theressa) sr
ced that all draft-eligible grad- Raiford Baptist Church 3:30.: Sunday School 10 a. m. "Tliy /ivonl in a tamp/ unto mij/ feet and a lir/lit' unto ;

uate students who dlo satisfactory MADISON STREET Evening session NRBA 7. Morning WOl'ship-ll a, m, my path." s.

work during the current BAPTIST CHURCH Youth Choir Practice 7:30.: Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p.in. Through; study! of God's word, we learn His will for .:
school year will be safe from Opportunities for service: Tuesday Afternoon ses- :)
Evening WIIl'SI1Ip-7:15: p. m. our life, and! He will lend! in path of righteousness.
induction Into the Armed; For Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning!r islon. Grace Baptist Church, f
Wednesday Night Player Services ATTEND CHURCHThe
ces at least until June. Worship 11. Youth Choir practice 3:30.: Sunbeams, carol Choir, :$ "'.
7:30( Rev. MerlePackham
: in.
p. :
Under the old rules, graduate 4:30.: Youth Fellowshii p 335.: Junior GA, Children's ; "
students had been permittedto Supper 5:45.: Training Hnlon. Choir 4:25.Wednesday: pastor.FIRST
delay Induction! only to the 6:13.: WMU Prayer Circle. 7:15: Sunday School Uq
end of the semester. The delay Evening Worship, 7:30.: Teachers and Officers Meeting ASSEMBLY OF GOD ;
now will cover the entire academic Wednesday Family Nlghl' 7:30.: Church Choir Practice OF STARKE ::hoc"
year. It is estimatedthat Supper 6:30.: Prayer Meetin![ 8:15.: West Weklon St. and Raiford :./;; : ;, ,
about 10ti0D, young men and Business Meeting 7:30: Thursday V': ''atlon. 7 Road : -
will be affected by the shift Church Choir Practice Sunda]? Sunday School: 10:00: a, m. 1 ir : ,
In policy. School Officers and TeacherJMeeting ;' p.rn.W.. A. Hogan pastor. 11:00: :a. m. :'wr.o.'nlni'Vol'shlp: ; .
8:30.Dentoa: ":UO p. m, C. A. Services; 7:00p. :

'- Sumrall, Pastor.IT FIRST UNITED METHODIST in. Evangelistic Services i i:"
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic STARKE Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid- Church is God's appointed agency in this world n

Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent USED TO BE that city Sunday Church School, Week Prayer :Meeting. : for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and 3i
far: use on wood glass folks and farmers couldn't get 9:45.: 'Morning Worship special Pastor: :T. E. GlueyHEILBRONN ; :) of His demand for man to respond to that love by "s ..f

plastic. pacer, metal, leather along. Now they can agree on Laymen's Day Observance, 11; 3{{ loving his neighbor. Without this.grounding in the .'S
INYTHII'GBradford: County one thing; they don't care for Wesleyan Service Guild Day BAPTIST ;I{: love of Cod no government or society or way of hie I ::..
Telegraph. suburbanites. ;G will and the freedoms which we hold ;
Apart 10 a.m. MYF Snack CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. :{:: long persevere
Supper, 6 p.m. MYF meetings Sunday School, 9:45: a. m :tt: so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from r 1:3:+
6:30.: Evening Worship, 8 Morning Warship 11. Training :::, a selfish point of view, one should support the Church ',.,,.,,, f

Rudd Gas Water Heatersr o'clock. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 1 for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family. I S i III) :f:
Beyond that however should uphold I y
i Monday Girl Scouts 3:15: : 7:30.: dweek Prayer flsr- every person

s, WSCS Circle 2, ,3:30: ..Admlnls' vice: 7:30.: !.. 'z'--.. ''' v, ***"wend participate! in the Church because it tells the truth .............,,,l... n
heats wate 3 times faster! tratlve Board 8 p.m. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe: Pastor ; about man's life, death and d sfiny;>he IrunYwhlct''' t t
;kf Tuesday Circles 4 and: S, j ; alone will set him free to live as a child of God i

10 a.m. Wesleyan Service Guild, GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH j : :;
Rivers Of Hot Water At 7:30: p.m. a': ;! .
Sunday School. 10 m. Mora- ; C.I.-.. ... S...
3 : WednesdayCIrcles 1 and 3, inj: Worship, 11 .a. m. and- 7 p. !
LOWJPay ]LOW COSTIt 10 a.m. Prayer Meeting and m< Rev. Fred' Johns pastor ; :r>
I Bible Stuffy: 7:30: p.m. .:
I Thursday Chancel Choir NEW RIVER BAPTIST ; ::1f.

For : From Youry : Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn i :::I
I -Rev. DeWitt T. Farabee, ''Ing! Worship, 11 a. m. Training I
UtTlitPURCFL Savings I Pastor. Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship : ;1r..
I 8 p: m. Wednesday night service i 'r.
fsL \SED FOR II I 7:30: p. m, Everyone wel-- .
BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH c.ome-L L. Parker pastor

$2.00 Per Month BROOKER FLA. ;

on Econom ical Slade Gas Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron Sunday Service: Sunday: ;
Bristol Superintendent Train School 9:45: a. Morning Wore SERVICE 11i
CALL NOW ing Union 6:43: pm. Lowell ship 10:45: a. m. Evening Service ., GULF SERVICE

Douglas. Director Worship 0:30: ( p. m. Midweek Service Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
332 W. MADISON Services 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern Wednesday 7:15: p m. AND Carl Hunt Phone 964.6111

SLADE GAS PHONE 964-7701 Outlaw, music director. -Charles Reese minister U-HAUL RENTALS Tire TnilngHeadlight ,1'


'LASP ENVELOPES all CHURCHSunday Truck Trailer J Brake Service :
sizes.- Bradford County Tele-
graph. School 10 *jn. Pr*.' ,: Complete* Lubrication Wheel Balance and

- - - -- - acting Services .t U. 'Tminio* Minor Tune-Upe Alignment
-- - --
Union.. 6 p m.'Evening Servlc*. :
1 't" Midweek Prayer Meeting. 1011 N. Temple Avenue _-_-...- PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Wednesday. 7:30.: (Everyone Ucome. --
Rev. George E. CrowtsU PHONE 964-5899 AU Minor Repair

I. pMtor. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke !

,r tz 1
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN :. Hiway 301 and 100 '
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn
,. ing Worship at 11: Evening I Featuring Ace Hardware tlO S. Tempi Starke MEAT MARKET
I ,L tA Worship, 7:30.: Rev Carl Complete Paint Supplies -:
M Clarke pastor. f and Sporting Good AND COLD STORAGE

I ; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With Ua First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialise In Custom Slaughter- I II

I IJ HAMPTON' log Cutting and w *pplDlr :
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964.5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Freeae
Worship at 11. Training r ;

Union 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALELORIDA .
Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: followed ij 24-Ft. Wide
r > A : ) Phone 964-705* .
: Also 12Ft. Wid.
-Rev. Melvin Kamel. pastor. : EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD .:

Sunday School 10 a. m, MoraIng ti k Campers and TraTeltrallers COUNTY :
i Worship, 11 a,, m. TrainingUnion.
6:30: m. Evening Ser I 1IIUt at. TELEGRAPH
"Now don't tell me don'tknow p. s j Keystone Heights
you lice, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wedlesday -

about drive-in banking!" ,Butler, puolir.K1NGSLEY 7:30: p.. m. Rev. R. R. 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES

Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Why, it's the quickest, easiest way to "goto Sunday School 9:30: ; Training InMteetlona and Estimates ADDING MACHINES

the bank"-on your way to work, shop- Union ,ilO:15: a.m.: Morning! BRADFORDABSTRACT .

ping, or carting the kids to school. Good Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Worship
8 p.m.; Prayer Meeting CO. EDWARDS
weather or bad, you stay sitting right in 7:30: Wednesday. WILLIAMSJEWELRY

your car to bank at our drive-in teller Interim pastor Rev Fred Grocery and Mark
Better Service For You
window. Try itl!
Grocer! Meats Feed
Title Problems
Airpark Baptist Church Official Clan Rings GAS AND OIL
Sunday School. 9:45: a.m.; Morn., Keepsake Diamonds. Abstracts
FLORIDABANK Ing Worship 11:00: a.m.; Even.Ing BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Glad Edward
Worship 7:00: p.m.; Wed. Title Insurance
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study '! -'. 142 W. Call St. Stark. U. 8. 301 Strata SUrke

AT STARKEMember 7:00: p.m. S'udy on Book of 158 W. Can Ph. 9 &- 881 PHONE t4- 311
Psnln". C. J. Sheffield, Pastor.' Phoa 4-7X4(
Everyone Welcome
Deposit Corp. a .

Metrea. Ii reported! toes. Owaed By ThOM W. Serre la Tw.... Meti..... Iris. CMmtin -He!*..* OElectricallyKey -*. afesahen Live Better
One of,30 Banks of the Florida National Group circulating In Hanoi. KiMwa."rbap. .
m the Washisxte.i : : ***** U.tgb. a -Ph. 47S-4ffll
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required to serve a copy of
your written defenses.. If an CIVIL ACTION or petltlnn"WITNESS 1 .
Ro1, on the plaintiffs/ ra.. CASH >O. OIO !: my hand and the hereby commander) within six Green nreenn4l.To .
HAMPTON torney, whose name and address John: Edward Thornton. Plaln- seal of imtd Court on Septem- calendar months from the date All CrulHorn and PersonsHavlsjK H. ocean Deceased.' .2.na Drawer 122, Gainesville, >"..-
/s Lex Green, p. o. Box Blacks. tiff .vsGladys Elliabeth' bar fA. 1969. of the first publication. of this CI*.ln.M or DemnadeAanlBiit First publication 't 10-21 Ida 32601 on or before. October.
Florida, I Plfckett Thornton Defendant. notice to In this Court sold Kitntet
and file the originalwith I (SEAL) appear and file original
By Mr*. D 8. gipgORNE'9 the clerk of the bove'styled NOTICE! OF .BU).T NO PROTO Charles A Darby and show cause, If any you You and each. of required you are to with lees Clerk oft this Court.
P # the action of thlsj hereby notified and Isj The Circuit Court Florida
court on or before Octo As Clerk of mid Court can. why ( Of House. Starkc. Florida
.... r bar SO. 1969. otherwise a ludg- : ffladyd EHsabeth PickettThornton By Beulah M. Moody Court In admitting sold Will present any claims either and ot you, Eighth. jHdlrlnl Circuit la And S2011. either before service. on
', ment may be entered agulnsb A. Deputy Clerk to probate should not stand un- vou. or the estate. ,. of For llrndcord fount. Florida Plaintiff's, attorney nr Immediately
ffl GROCERY you tor the relief demanded tn You Are Hereby Notified thatan B. 4t ?.? revoked may hao H.easiest Green; dereniied... late ACTION FOR DIVORCE. thereafter ; otherwise a
H SOLD Lucretia
action for Divorce has b4en YAWN
the THRRON A. CASE NO. 643
complaint' CountyJudea
or petition.' to tho default will be entered against
, H Home's Grocery changed Witness my hand and the filed aaralnst' you Gladys: Elisabeth Tn The County tain*'* Court County Judea In and for Brad of said County of Brndford County, Edward. Graham, Plaintiff vsClaru you for the relief demanded. In

AyXn: m bends last week and the Dew 12 seal, 1969.of Bald Court on September required Pfckett to Thornton serve a and copy youara of f nradford county Florida. tor County.Betty FloridaBy C. Phillip \ Florida ptuV tsCounl yt BlhNlarke, Defendant blender Canales Graham.. tea. .. complaint. sold causa or. shall. proceed Ith..r..fl..r
Of owner Arthur Bruno took (SEAL!: ) your written defense., It any I a Profcnt* No. Ens:.*ne F. ShnwEUOKNFJ ;rd.f.f within six calendar NOTICE OF ACTION Ex ParteWltneis .
teasel Mary
to It. on the plaintiff's attorney In Re Estate' of F. SHAW the time of first TO: Clara Mendes CannlesOrnham
from seal of
months hand find
ru. if over the store a* of Octber 1. Ai Clerk of D V Court whose name and address Fernandes Slmns PItOBATLr'ed. 141 Went Call StreetStarks publication of this. notice. Eachclaim sets' Court mv this. 2'th day of Sep-
'VfT: m Mr. Bruno of Sweetwater.. By Deulah bI. Moody Is Honorable George H. NOTICE Of Interested In Florida.Attorney ..or demand. shall be Inwrilln. 13S7 Interior Qulrino- Avenue. tember A. D.. 1969.BEAL .
Pierce 803-205. N. TempleAvenue To All Person for Executrix .. and shell mate the plaieoC Paranaque, Rlsal.
II Fla.. near Miami says tho As Deputy Clerk 9-25 4t 10.11 Starke, Florida, 82091 The Estate. Of Said Decedent. 9-25 4t 10-18 residence and pout office aa- Philippine Islands ( ) A. DnrliV, Clerk ot
10100 H store will continue much :the and file the original with the You are hereby,notified that dress of the claimant and. shall. You Are Notified That an aCtion the Charles Circuit Court, Hlirhth Judicial
clerk of the above styled courton ft "written Inn r"VII1vot4Tealhel I I. The Court Of The Conntr.fudge. be .worn to bv the claimant for dlvorco has. been. tiled ., Bradford
came M before, with the ex- I* The Circuit Court Eighth or before October 20. 1969; to be thn Bradford County, Flor such: I clalnehloratdemantlanotgeo" ; against you and you are required Circuit.', In FloridaBy p d. .For
aj'1 ception that he will keep 1t Jadlclnl Circuit or Florida !. otherwise" a judgement may b. Mary Fernandes Simpson, deceased I to serve. a copy of your County
A.d For Dradford County entered. aa-alnat you for the relief has been admitted to tel. Probnt filed shell be. void.. As administrator a rlttendetrnere, If anv. to Darton Beiilnh !M Moody
open on Sundays. Mrs. Bruno demanded In the complaint probate! In this. Court. You areO In ret Biitnte of Incretla ?. Julian .M Orcen.Estate of JUucretla. T Douglas plaintiff. attorney A> Deputy ClerIc 10-2 tio..i
fo and their three children plan ,.--Il--aatal---1----- of the! whose addrenn.la.. P. O. .r
------ -
'0: to move to Hampton with b1m -------- ---a-----aRa.
'i: as noon as they complete ar I r------------------- rtss --rf/tl -- tstil--

Al l rang-ements for selling their I

in home In Sweetwater. Self "BllSf I s I
Farmer I
Mr. Home had been runningthe Gray Ing I
1dIY store for the last five p I

years. since htj retirementfrom I i i i SASE

i1 the railroad Before I
that. I
,;. the store was owned and operated 1 FRESH i 1

- by Dick May. after his I I
'" father Claude May retired' after i TURKEY
Y many years in the same loca- 1 1 I

.: Won. I1 I


Mr. and Mrs. D. R.:Crawford I I !

.? and family and Lenore WHAT DOES SELF-BASTING MEAN?

! Earnest were visiting friends I. I

:. In Wildwood Sunday. W.h.; .,}-basting you can roast a perfect turkey .ve>ry time. Generoul amounts of i i 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams pure) corn oil have) been added to the turkey by a patented proce s.As it cooks the corn 1 GRADE AFRYERS
'lV' and Charlie Baker at I oil mixes with the inner juices, producing a natural basting of skin and meat. The addition I SUPERMARKETS
.: tended a barbecue at White of self-basting to farmer Gray Turkeys makes a combination that produces 1 i
V'i Springs last week for Occiden I superior taste treat. a. 1 II
i Farmer Cray Brand ;is "Premium; Quality" is rated Grade the .
tal employees and their fami I .1 A U S Depart
lies. .';,....,.. Ever t.. : : : ; .7. I
1 1
Eddie Clotrse of TJF Gaines I OY"I I
" ville and Debbie Hill of Florida II
I Im..fA.
Presbyterian College St. Pet NEW 1
ersburg. were at the Don Hill I I

home for the weekend They. 1 I
and Wendy Hill of UF in Cainesville. -. I U S HIOHIIT OIAOI1O 1 1 when Savings Count... II

football. attended game In the Gainesville UF-FSU I I SAVE 121 I I COUNT ON US I II

Saturday afternoon.Mr. LBS. & U P I i

and Mrs. R, H. Parker LB.1
visited their aon-!nlaw and I LB. C.

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. j. M. i C I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU I

Baker and children 1n Orlando WEDNESDAY OCT. 15 1969. II
for the weekend. i ; QUANTITY
Work is nearly complete on 1 i RIGHTS RESERVED. .

a new screened porch on the 1a

Baptist Church pastorlum with
the work being done by Lester
Slade. Other repair work still a LEAN FRESH AZALEA
to be done includes a new out. SLICED 1/4

aide shingle job and roof re GROUNDBEEF

Richard Turlington has been

visiting his parents on highway
100 after completing his

basic training for the U. S. rooo rAU e rooor.u DBew C' a

Army. 2 LBROLL
Mrs. David Younker and ... LS.pM .
Mrs. Tracy Jones were hostess LLgllq .

es for a Stanley party Monday

morning Oct. 6, at !Mrs. Jones'

tit Tee CO... T .....*.... C...rt
Of Bradford Co..t,, Florid.

In la '::::"'Mt.No.. of Isabel Mary remry terde AZALEA BRANDBIG a a HYCRADE PREPARED FOODS BY FLASH FROZEN
rernandes Simpson. Dece.ueG.
All creditor of the Estate ofiATMbeldwMYeA
are hereby notified ..
and required to..file any v 1 OR
plalmdor demands which they LOAF 1 STUFFEDPEPPERS
rosy: have an-alnst said estate 1i
In the bfflc* of the County iy
of Bradford County, FlorIda i
1 Btarke. In Florida the within Courthouse six cal-f at 5LB $1 1Q

endar months from the .e 1.19
the first publication of this. notice BOX
Each claim or demand
mum be In wrltlna- and must
.tat* the place. of residence
and post office add real of the
claimant and must be sworn toby
the claimant, his acent or
his. attorney. or It will become
,I void acoordlne- taw.
Fay L. Prhntnemnnn KfLLOOGV
srutrlx of the Estate of Isabel. PANTRY PRIDE JUNI BOY miSH SWIIT
Mary Fernandes Simpson, deceaeed. DANISHGOROUNDS
Kuane F. Shaw

stacks Floridattnrnev JUICE QUIK
V'I .... for Executrix:
lt First Publication September 8oz l -
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t.n U 10.10h 311eicAMiis 16oz /

The Clredl/. Court Eta-hth
Judicial Circuit Of Florida. .a
,Aa4. Fr Brndford County
CASK fO. 033: I
Sandra Elaine Plrkle, Plain I 1
tiff -vs- Roy Thompson Plrkle,
Defendant. I I jVF I .
To: Roy Thompson. Plrkte 1 I U.S. NO.l
You Are Hereby Notified that 1
an action tor divorce has been I 1 I II
filed against you Hoy Thompson I
Plrkle 1123 B. loth Avenue,
Anchorage! Alaska and you are NEW WHITEPOTATOES II
BANANAS ; APPLE 54Vf 1G! ; 1

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Used In Theft P FARM AND RANCH THERESSABy I problems to solve. lators. Write to them express-
r : SENIOR The National Council of Sen- Inn
a your opinion on these vital
At Brooker School a : I I ior Citizens with which: we are issues.

Dorothy Mill CITIZENS affiliated, at our Conventionin
By George T. HugginsI :: :
Thieves 'broke Into the i Fbooe 473-U1S Washington! D. C.. brought Happy Birthday was sung to(
Brooker !school some time be- COUNTY AGENT F Fs .. forward the proposal that $1.- Emma Morton, Vern Olin, Joe

tween 8:30: p.m. Monday and t. Agricultural Extension: Service 800 for a single person and Stein, Howard Nease. Marian

5:30: a.m. Tuesday and: mad3 r:::::=:::=:::::::':::*:S:::::ft:::*::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH present for the first fall meeting The 15 per cent increase in $3,000 for a couple per year Driscoll and Everett Prescott
off with around $80 In various Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- of the New Life Bible Club social security benefits proposed was necessary to raise the Happy anniversary to Flossie

school funds obtained by prying THIS IS THE WEEK!I SATURDAY I would like to say again that ing Worship II;Training Union at the mobile Children's Cha- by Congressman! Charles aged and: poor out of the pov- and Everett Prescott and Marian -

open desk drawers. IS THE DAV1I!! Horse rid- this is without doubt probablythe 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worship pel at Hope Baptist Church Bennett and Senator Wilbur C. erty belt. and Houston Driscoll.

Entrance to the school was ing, chicken eating, calf catch- finest project ever spon- 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Prayer Monday afternoon. This is the Mills will only take up some
by breaking out glass Service, 7:30, with choir largest initial enrollment ever of the slack of this Inflation Our
and then StarkeBradfordCounty next
gained ing, pig chasing, more sored by our How about you people not meeting win oe
panels in a rear door. Inside horse riding. A County; Fairor ; Chamber of Commerce.It practice afterward. for the local club. Meetingsare ary trend In which ,there Is no'end yet retired? These problemswill held Oct. 14 at the Recreation

doors to the various rooms Circus could not offer more is attracting the fine young New officers and Sunday held each Monday after- in sight.; soon be yours Center, Pratt St., 1 p.m. Final
School teachers assumed their noon after school and all stu- need at least 50 as you will
through by knock- We a per
were broken entertaining activities than you people In our County.; It is be the senior citizens preparations will be made for
of to-
ing holes in the wooden panels may enjoy Saturday afternoonand proving to them that we are responsibilities for the coming dents in grades 1 through 6 cent Increase to enable us to morrow. our Halloween Party.

with a metal baseball bat obtained evening right here at our Interested In their agricultural year on Sunday. are Invited. ride the crest of rising costs,

on the premises. Two own Bradford County; Fair vocation. It is developing the Entering Hope Baptist Churchby or else we will have to go First, we should get togetherin Although the weather cloudy
profession of faith at the GET WELL WISHES
wooden bats were broken and grounds. basic industry of our area also through the same proceedure the Senior Citizens Club. there Is always sunshine at our
discarded in the hammering Action will get underway at agriculture. It Is saying Sunday evening service was To Mrs. James D, Phillips, next year and God knows we Second, get to know the namesof meetings.
Ronald of Cecil Field.
Romay who at this writing Is
a patIent
process. 4 p.m. with some spirited horse that we hope some of our young have plenty of other national -Joe Kerrigan!
Work on the pastor's studyat at Bradford County Hospital your congressman sen-
Deputy Sheriff Robart Green riding. At 5:30 p.m the FFA men will continue In livestock ;

said that at least one of the boys will begin serving chicken enterprises right here at home. Hope with Church the is exception now com-of --- -

intruders wore gloves, althoughsome supper. At 7 p.m. the official And then It is a great pro- pleted '
Calf Scramble show will ject because It reaches out window draperies. Rev. Merle SYMPATHYThe .
fingerprints were lifted Packham, pastor, may now be sincere sympathy of the GAINESVILLE Business
the glass door begin with a parade of beef into all parts of the County.; Directory
from animals won during the past This project also proves that reached by telephone at the community; is extended to Mr.

two years. many many people can work church -- 473-4188. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley and
444Mother Don't be late seats done family in the loss of his bro-
we expect hard together to get things
Nature perhaps be NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB ther, Kelley Bradley of Jacksonville Condittpning-Ileatirg Farm and Industrial
her to a premium. As you have when they know they are doing .Air MOBILE HOMES
wisely doesn't spoil sons. read elsewhere, the scramblewill something good. Twenty; young people were who died Sept 30.Fun- Equipment

She provides the glorious autumn be continuous and will be Those of us who work directly eral services were held Oct. 4 Air Conditioning MUSTANG

leaves free of charge, in an arena reduced in sizeso and very closely with at Giddens-Griffith Southwest Heating By Santa Fe Tractor
but lets man try to figure out
how to get rid of them. tinuous.that action will also be con- these boys In 4-H and FFA Funeral interment Home at in Riverside Jacksonvillewith Me- General Electric FORDFarm Mobile Homes, Inc.Gainesville' ,:
appreciate all the work every-
morial Park.PERSONALS. Russ's Sheet,Metal, Inc. Tractors It: Implements .
body has done to make this Discount MoblUHome
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT
calf scramble a success. We Sales Lot.
CALL FOR BIDS Tel. 376-8282 -
also remember the interest NEW MOON CAPElLA
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sulli-
special arrangements and in van Jr. and Rusty visited her AUTO SALES
Monthly Payments
RECEIVE SEALED" BIDS AT 8 P.M. OCTOBER 10. 1969 IN 7HB COURTHOUSE entertain- parents, Mr. and Mrs.Marshall
providing special Johnson & Faris Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346
Strickland, at Florahome BRASINGTONCADILLAC
FOR THE FOLLOWING IT...... ment. To Everybody THANK
YOU. r Thursday evening for a family
Last in this writing, but up I
Insecticides Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
towards the first In reality; birthday. I II
Fine Selection of Used Can I
Brush Dtamatar 15" 1 Scrub Brush Is the fried chicken supper Sunday guests of Rev. and AMAHABMW
Taken On Cadillac Trades
Brush Block Diamatar 13" 1 Nylon scrub Pudr Mrs. Merle Packham were Mr. .:
Brush Spaad (RPM) 175 1 B.. Pad Holds being put on by the FFA boysto I and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr. 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-4301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreader' 'eqdbUtHta
Motor Hora.pov.r 3/4 I Nylon Rug shampoo Brush Matal Back raise funds for special Chap I 224 N.W. 8th Ph. 1784M76
of Salt Springs ,and Mr. and
Motor, Haavy Duty 1 Shi impoo Tank ter Activities. Come on out at
Catol Langth 50 ft, To fit this 11" Buffing Machlna Mrs. Bill Phillips and Billyof CRANELINCOLN Sates Parts Service
5:30 and eat for 125.
Cabl. Siia NO 14-J Middleburg.Rev. MERCURY MATERNITY WEARFOR 615 W. University 378-2811
Walqht Nat 94 Lb. All in all a variety of -
Matght Shipping 112 lb. activities this Saturday at our Ovid Lewis of Talla- Authorized Sales &: Service MOTHERSTOBEA *""

Bradford County Fair Grounds. hassee visited his cousins, Mr. 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF MUSIC

M 2. ONE UPRIGHT VACUUM CLEANER" & CARPET SWEEPER Everything except chicken is and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. Crane ImportsVolvo
Lingerie Dresses Slacks
and Rusty, Harold Mills, and
SPECIFICATIONS .: Free. Don't miss all this
,' .
Miss Dorothy Mills, Monday MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits
Vacuum Motor 1 Hor..power \M 606 E.
Brush Motor 1/6 Horsepower EXPECTANTLYYOURS -& ORGANS "
Brush Diameter 2S" FUN.STARKE Sunday visitors of Mr. and Phone 372.4251 CHOICI CV THI ARTISTS'
Row. of Bristles 3 GROOVY- Bush Jacket pockets Mrs. James Davis, Cindy and INC.

Brush Bristle Height Width Adjustment US- 1/2" and a low-slung striped Jimmy, were his sister and Barkley Motors Inc. -424 hadnMUSICco.

Filter Bag Area 350 Sq. In. belt make for a stylish jump. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 7M W. University Opp. S.F.J.C.
Dirt Capacity 550 Cu In. BUSINESS suit. in ribless cotton corduroy John Thompson of Palatka. TOYOTA
Cord 35* 3 Conductor the short.sleeved fash-- G'ville Shopping.Ctr. 377-5353 ,
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Hesters
Area Safety Pllt r 20 Sq In. Ion tops a long-sleeved shirt of Mechanical CONTRACTOR
4 wheel drive and
and family of Fernandina and oars
Area Final Diffusion Filter IB SO In. DIRECTORYAUTO maroon-colored cotton. By
Total W.lght L... Cord lea Evelyn Slid for Stiletto. Steve Starling were Friday eve- Sales Parts Service MOVERS ,
',11 t-, ; ning dinner guests of Mr. and Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. r

3. ONE WET DRY VACUUM CLEANERSPECIFICATION SERVICE Mrs. Walter Swindell. 1700 N. Main 376-1266 Lone Distance Moving ..'
f.s11'. ,
Saturday evening visitors of Thompson' Refrigeration Storace PackingCrating !

+ i Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. Service Shipping '.
Motor Universal Typ. Continuous .g My Neighbors"I Beauty Academy
Duty By pass Moisture Proof Gilbert S. Brown and Rusty were her parents, Heating Air Conditioning Free Estimate CallHILL'S
113 V AC-DC Rubber Mounted Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strick-
Horsepower 1 ,IP POWELL'S Repair on White Appliances
< Standard OH Service Station land of Florahome, and sister .'
Tank Baked on epoxy coated steel b 9,. Industrial Combustion ServiceBoiler
Recovery Capacity W.t 9 Gallon ATLAS and brother-in-law, Mr. and .
J/J Beauty AcademyLearn Room Sales t Service :
Recovery Capacity Dry 3/4 Bushel TIRES &: BATTERIES Mrs Elmer Fulghum Jr. of Van Service, Inc. ;
Cord 25 fat 3038 N. Waldo Rd Gainesville
Budget Terms Road Service Palatka.Mr.
a In Your
Height 3SS Inches '.1' 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vUl
Width 21 inches PHONE 964-7071 and Mrs. James Childs Spare Time. Pull or Part Time Telephone 372-21(2 372-1271
Weight Wet 44S lb.Nan. 407 N. Temple Starke .
and sons of Fort Pierce were 219 N.W. 10th 378-27156 -
Lift 115 U Cloeed Orifice 65"I
IS" Diameter double Curved aluminum wand. Sunday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. :MEN'S WEAR .PAINT GLASSLIDDELL ,
1 10 x IS vinyl plaatic ho. L. K. Childs. ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC
1 IS" swivel hose adapter HURST'SSHELL Miss Brenda Hesters of Fer-
1-14" Carpet Tool STAG 'N DRAG PAINT & '
1-14"Squeeze Pick up tool nandina was the Friday night and

1-15" Bristle Shod Tool Saturday guest of Miss Sue Griffin Snits GLASS CO. "

Service Station tr ay V White. Motor Repair Co.Of Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe Class Mirrors
Sliding Door
Chary (: q ,Sag Oils Lubrication van Mr.of and Palatka Mrs.visited Percy his Sulli-parents Gainesville, Inc. ,.. Formal Rental Tub Enclosures Shower poor* ':"
Alonarc Tires Ladles Sportswear
& Boiterle Repairing Rewinding
B 2. 10/18 Darby Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Furniture Tops Window -
Clark to Bo.9d ..,_, ,, '." ROAD SERVICE: Sullivan, and their son, Percy NNW. 'nd Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awnings. '

301 and 100 Stark Jr. and family Monday after- .tslt' 11th Ph. 372-9318 GAINESVILLE MALLi 116 N.W,,16th St.. S728U1The

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could go for a nice juicy
sirloin about now."

"One thing get more of -.

for your money these days is MOST[
bills." -f v

6 I a Jacksonville MORTGAGEMONEV

I.- for your 1 money 1 !

Business OVER 20 MODUS
On* way or another, you'll pay for th t home you occupy so why

not gel th* most for your money. Build yours lf a r*tmanmnt horn* BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTYWhen

on your property. .on* that will increase in value.A .

m; Printing Press Principle DirectoryAuto building for qualified
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gained value) each year. Almost everything els* you buy today will
by a Jim Walter Display park or send
begirt to IPS* value from the
it is
moment purchased. If you build the coupon for the new catalog of over 20 :
Irr a permanent horn* on your property, your monthly payments become model. We want to have it
you so
1i1 you
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MODEL an investment with cash value
<< 650 : i jx j lose a that will grow each month. Don't can get complete facts and costs of build-

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Indians Do The Mashed Potato

l... KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE Creaming The Spudsters 30 To 6

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-- - The Indians Ignored
to punt after being unable to
Rotarians Hear a fumble and 138 yards in penal movo. Lands: reGarhud, ',I ;'ne punt
r-Keystone ties as they creamed: the Hast- to the Keystone IS, but the

i Col. Ashley r ings Spudsters by a score of ball was moved back to the
I 30-6 last Friday night In Key-
Hilitesl' 30 on a personal foul.
1 On ConservationCol. stone. The game was designated
Plea... Phone In Yon It. I F as Dad's Night and the Keystone, but the was magnificent in trouble Key-again -

_ Harold Ashley: (Retired), Indians gave their Dads plentyto stone defense came through for
WOMAN'S CLUB of Melrose was guest speakerat } K cheer about. another stop. After the ball
announced Heights Rotary The first '.sr wia' com-
The first card party and upon completion. I the Keystone quar changed hands several times
. IlIad luncheon of the season The ladles of the Keystone Club last Friday and! was pletely dominated by defensive Keystone recovered a fumble
held WQA will hoat a Dessert Card Introduced and welcomed to action, with neither team able and took over jn the Spud'ars
Monday. Sept. 29, at
was Party at the clubhouse on Friday the club by Rotarian Charlie to mount any drives. Late In 35 yard line with !9) seconds
the Hostesses!! for Oct. 24, starting at 1 p.m. Hutchinson the quar'-jr, the tough Keystone left in the t third quon'. !Mow-
event Mrs. E.
this were Voyles. the party Is open to the public. Ashley who 18.. former defense, which shined all night, ever the Indians were unableto
Mrs. Gardner.. Mrs A. Quaglla.no. set the first touchdown by
You are asked to please make Commissioner of the Central up score.
(Mrs John Bird Mrs.
.. reservations with Mrs. Phil Florida Region of the Game blocking a punt Chipper Hague Ricky Parades recovered e

" Eu; Nelson and Mrs. O. Baker Wright, 473-4973, or Mrs. Joe and Fresh Water Commission. doing the honors, giving the fumble >)1I!i :I punt oir'y: in tin
the committee and members of Indians :ii First and Goal on
Wallace 4734984. discussed hunting and: wild life f-j'irth qiuf ere' i.iJ tile Indtiiu'
the club who supported this the 4. Sandy Graysou then carried -
CUB MEETING PLANNED In Florida The speaker said had a first down on lIas.lng18 :\
fund-raising project. the ball In for the TD.
jack Layman coordinatorand the biologists are c444 yard line Baker :-ompieted!
that !game
next dessert card Fullback In for two
The : party Grayson ran
to down to
advisor for area Scouting encouraged In the bird a pass
will be the "Mad Hatters" onMondaY' activities, announces second very grounds for turkey, points, and made It 8-0 with the 8, then Joe Moore scam-
Oct. 13 at 12:30 hatching 2:29 left In the quarter.
: p.m., organizational weather pered in for the third acre
meeting to promote and dove. The
the creative Donny Baker (Quarterback,
when milliners '
The P\T auemoi fn)1( nd
the Cub Scout programIn during the past year has been and Defensive Safety) pickedup
will have their hats judged. Keystone led 22-6 with 7.13:
: Keystone Heights on Mon- Marshal Beam favorable for these birds, he a Hastings fumble early In
Awards will be given for the left in the game. With 3:43:
day evening. Oct. 20, In the
aid. the second period and carriedthe
'. prettiest funniest and most original left Paredes intercepted a
[Municipal; Building' at On Firing Line turkey popes
.. hat worn. Tickets will 7:30.: Ashley said the ball 39 yards only to be Hastings pass and romped, 55
Interested parents and resi- lation has been restored to stopped oil, foe 1 yard line.
' be $1.25 for each person attend. In Vietnam yards for the Indians irthand'
ing. dents are urged to attend as what It was three years ago. Two plays and one 5-y.'U.tJ' penalty fi 1 il i TD. Gr.i)., i i i :anal: ,
there was a very roor turn-out his opinion "This situation for illegal procedure later -
Reservations for bridge will Looking a bit "battle fatigue It, was malting the final score 30-6
. for the first meeting. For additional has been very dangerousIn Grayson went in for his
be accepted by Mrs. M. R, ed" PFC Marshal B llm. son: with Keystone on top againn.This
information due to the second touchdown of the
concerning recent game.
of win makes
at Mrs. Bill Beam Keystone's record -
Bowen 4734746. and by of Mr. and
the meeting or the Cub Scout Heights, is picturedwith great amount of poaching on He then took :a piss from Baker 2-0-1 for the jointi-
Mrs. R. Barker. 473-3112 for Keystone
program in general please mortar after returning turkeys. If sportsmen would for two more extra points.With

canasta.Cakes which will :be prepared contact Mr. Layman at his his from M-79 several days of 'realize this situation they cer- Marian Ruth' Beasley Becomes Bride 6.34 left in the half Graysonand son.Both the offense and ilefcnso

home in Lake Geneva or Gay Dan- tainly would not engage in this the Indians led 160. played a'hl"1',1ndi'\.n' / n.lFr-:
by the members for the front-line fighting near
Livingston practice." Of Bruce Wayne Moon In Tallahassee Hastings stopped Keystone'sthird day night. These are the wordsof
party, will also be judged for Vietnam.
ang scoring attempt whet
HERE N' THERE The speaker also mentionedthe Head Coach Roy U.ijless
the most decorative. A special Mrs. Les Stephenson chairman PFC Beam Is a 1967 graduateof and Youth Conservation!. Camp Miss Marian Ruth Beasley Shaughnessy, both of Keystone, .lohruiy Barnes intercepted a after the game. "Both the of-
: prize will be awarded to the Bradford High School of Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Robert John Martin Baker on the Hastings
daughter Heights Mrs. pass "
of the Home located on Lake Eaton, hear ; fensa and il U3 I wet i : ,J'- >'.
winner. Economy Joined the Marines in July 1968. Ocala. This camp can accom- Beasley of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Raymond Crabtree Jr. 23, with 3:20: left in the half. They really took advantage

Mrs. A. Quagliano will serve Department at Interlachen He arrived in Vietnam last approximately 120 Bruce Wayne Moon son of Mr. of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Joey Three plays three penalties, the breaks, this Is especially

as chairman for the desserts High School, attended: the fall April. modate ses- and Mrs. W. L. Thomas of Johnson were bridesmaids.John and 3 minutes 20 sec'rnds liter true of Donny Baker. Joe

Assisted by Mrs. Cuendet. Mrs. conference of PROBE (Professional His address: is: PFC J. M. youths, In each two-week held from Gainesville were wed Saturday Moon of Gainesville Quarterback Craig Lands Moore who made 11 tackles

C. Crago Mrs. C. Haberstrohand Reach for Opportunities Beam 2476298, 3rd PH.. A Co., Eon Sessions are Applications at the First Baptist Church served his brother as best man. tossed a touchdown pass to and 1 touchdown, shined on both

Mrs. M. R. Bowen. Basic! to Education) Consor- 1.7 Marines, 1st Marine Dlv. 'June until September. be in Tallahassee. Both families Mark Urban of Speedway, Ind.; Deese 19 Cie clock ran out. offense and Ji:ren o. Me was

The first business meeting of tium. PROBE Is a federal project (Rein)) FNF FPO San Francisco for attendance can of the formerly resided In Keystone Steve Shackleford Lee Sutton The PAT attempt failed and the most, Improved player of

the new season will be held aimed at leadership' development Calif. 96602. made to the Ocala office Fi: h Heights.Rev. and W. L. Bunce DI of Key- Keystone led 16-6 at half-time. the game. :My offense was led

Tuesday Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. All and establishing Beam's wife the former Game and Fresh Water Douglas Watterson pas- stone Heights; Terry Moonof Third quarter aetin; starts by Sandy Grayson, with 2

members are urged to attend need] to Improve teaching. Nancy McLean also resides In Commission. tor of the First BaptistChurch, Gadsden, Ala., cousin of off with Hastings looking like touchdowns and 6 extra points' : ;

and use this opportunity to There are six counties which );gy tane. Rotarian Don Morgan. President performed the 8 pm ceremony the bridegroom; Ron Heinlen they wen nut to win. The Spud- Joe Moul'o.lchd"V'I.. \ n.iJ
of the Keystone sports- The bride wore a skimmerof Ohio and sters recovered a Keystone .
of ;
welcome and become acquaInt. comprise the consortium, and Donny Baker 18 out of 23 piy!:J
Mrs. man Club said that his organ- silk faced satin and John Martin ushered. fumble, and moved down to the :My Defense wiSed: by
ed with the Stephenson Is es.
many new mem- one of the
ization would ,sponsor a clinicon lace outlined In 5-yard line only to be stoppedby
bers of the club.DUPLICATE representatives for NEWS NOTESBy peau Angela Henderson daughterof Joe Moore with 14 tackles; and
BRIDGE Putnam October 19, at 9 a.m. This pearls and sequins. It featureda Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hen- an outstandiij .o11-:U.3 Chipper Hague 9. tackles who

The county. Helen Etfao will be primarily for young high neckline and bell sleeves derson of Keystone Heights, stand by the Indians with Butch was excellent on pass r teal u
Duplicate Bridge Club
the community and was accented with lace flower BleasdaU making the all-Im- '
imJi people In was the girl. : .
sponsored by the Keystone Mrs. Bill Belote was in Ala- .JTTI j Keys ) 13 '\r\ 1CI) j II ifwho
stressing the safety precau- appliques. The full length man- The bride's pana its were portant fourth down stop. Key- I list last Friday night 32.
Heights Woman's Club will bama last week: visiting with! FELLOWSHIP CLUB tions which should be met tilla chapel train was edged In hosts at a reception in the Capi- wu. tnnk over but was forced 6 to New'ociv/; ), in !Keystone

meet each Monday evening at her parents. firearms. There matching lace, and she carrieda tal City Country Club following
The Keystone Fellowship Club when handling Friday night (the lOih)-it Home-
the clubhouse. Play will begin shoot the cascade of roses and lilies- the Services Held For
Herb .cancelled the regular monthly will also be a skeet ceremony. coming.
promptly at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of-the-valley centered with a After a wedding trip to Miami
Game In order that mem- same day. Miss The Indians !statistically:
Any person needing a part entertained guests; members of Day friends could enjoy white orchid. Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Moon McCullough Rushing: 128 yarJb. 1'19811.( :
ner may call Mrs. H. T. Dent the MARS radio station on bers and Linda Anthony of Keystone will live East BrevardStreetin '
the tour of the horticultural St. Williams Altar on Of Keystone Hts. 18 of 23, Or :$jv.-l, ,.
at 473-4338. who will act as co- Sundav at Ralford State Pri- Heights was maid of honor, Tallahassee. Mr. Moon will I Punts: 4, averaged 38 yards

ordinator for the club this year. complex Society Plans Jo Ann Thomas and Patty serve a tour of military duty. Penalties 138 yards.
The :
Mr and :Mrs. Charles Garber son on September 25. group Miss Anna McCullough, 83,

WINS Charles OUTBOARD Rider MOTOR principal of boated a birthday party for was led by Julius Hanson. October Bazaar '.........:..:......:....................................................................................................:......:%::%::%.............................................................................................. : of Keystone Heights died First downs: 12.
Phil Wright at their home The tour Included a visit to Thursday, Oct. 2, A native of
Keystone Heights High School. on GO INDIANS'KEYSTONE! !
won the 4 HP Johnson out- Nelson Point Sunday after the .studentbumchapel fora The Altar Society of St. Wil : Monongahela, Pa., she was a
Chaplain t .b'-.l and had
talk by Firearms retired school teacher
board motor given away by noon. Guests att'ng'! Pie brunch Student-Inmates painted the liam's Catholic Church will resided in Keystone Heightsfor

American Legion Post 202 at Included Mrs. Wright Mr. and religious murals on the sponsor. bazaar on Friday i 15
large the past years.
the post home last Saturdayright Mrs. Ed Patzer and Mr. and three walls. They also havea Oct. 17 at the Keystone Among her survivors are a

Mrs. Joe Wallace.Mr. large choir and Inmate or- Heights Woman's Club, from 9 S niece, Mrs. George Schaeffer,

TEEING OFF ganist. ..m. to 5 p.m Clinic Set Oct. 19The } of Keystone Heights.
The men at the Keystone and Mrs Marshall Gal- The large central garden plotIs Mrs. Harold Deutermann Is Funeral services were held HEIGHTS

COlt and Country Club started lop, Sr. were visiting! with divided Into small sections, general chairman Mrs. John at 10 a.m. Monday in St. WIl-

their first rounds of competI- their son. Marshall Jr. at which each Inmate cares for Sullivan co-chairman and annual Firearms Safety 10:30: a.m-Women's .22 call Hams Catholic Church with

tion for the President's Trophy Wofford College last week. while learning the trade of .Mrs. Henry Schuber publicity Clinic sponsored by the Key- bre furnlshedf bring your Father Edward Kirby of It- DIRECTORYRABY'S

last weekend. Participants are landscaping. The many green- chairman. stone Heights Sportsmen's Club, own weapon ands ammunition. elating Interment was in the
reminded to check" the bulletin Keyaton rerarettes3: to lean" hoiiseS abound 'its, exotic, ,"r The committees are headedby \ will be held Sunday. Oct. 19. 11:30: a.m._ MaJern weapon Keystone' Heights Cemetery under -

!board to determine: their opponent that Miss Anne McCullough plants orchids, banana palms, : Mrs. Leo LeBlanc baked! at.Keystone Air Park. demonstration by Army Spec-' direction of DeWitt C.Jones AUTO

for next weekend. Results aunt of Mrs. George Schaeffer and vanilla bean vines. The goods and preserves: Mrs. The schedule: of events will la) Forces. Funeral Home. The Rosary was

of. the tournament will be passed away last week. Miss major project Include ornamental Lena Clemens outdoor plants: Include the handling of fire- 12:30: p.m.-BoX lunch Ohio- recited in the Jones Chapel, SERVICE

McCullough had lived in Keystone plants used In govern- Mrs. Phil Wright an:! Mrs. Joe arms firing for competition! ken.) Keystone Heights at 7 p.m.
for the past 15 years. ment buildings, veterans hospital Wallace sewing table; Mrs. and hunting. The clinic will be 1:30: pm.Men's and Wo Sunday Complete Auto Repairs

She will be missed by her and state buildings. Fol- Phil Kromer and Mrs. A. Dan- conducted by U. S. Army Special -. man's High Calibre Competition Air Conditioning Repairs!

Can you many friends Our sympathyIs lowing the tour, the club mem- Is, white elephant table; Mrs. Forces personnel.The !. Bring your own weapons New members were honoredat &: Automatic Transmission

offered: to Mrs. Schaeffer bers enjoyed a fine luncheonIn Emery Cooper and Mrs. Janet following! events the scheduled and ammunition. the first meeting of the Mel- Service

eaf all day and her family.Mr the new cafeteria.The Lamm Christmas decorat'ons : 3 p.m.-Skeet shooting. rose Woman's Club. The work PHONE 473-1101

club made a monetary donation 9 a.m.Ages 10 to 16, rifle The charge for participation of the club was explained to
and still loseweight and Mrs. Eddie Prokopo- which Supervisor M.B. and arrangements; Mrs. Price and ammunition furnished. n the clinic Is $1.75 for adult them. Little Lake Bedford

wicz hosted a reception at their Jordan said would be used fora and Mrs. R. Naples stuffed and $1.50 for children under 12 On display at the meeting

? home on Sunday afternoon following very unusual fern which the toys and dolls: Mrs. Harold ----- was the work done by the stu- BEAUTY SHOP

the christening of their students will develop In their Sutton knitted articles; Mrs. Mrs. Roland .
Laura Barbot, Deborah Samp- ton 2nd place; dents In Mrs. Wallace's summer -
granddaughter Crystal Bar- work-study as they learn the Charles Garber and Mrs. Dan J. P. Vose the
sell, Debbie Box Cathy Pop- Bryan and Mrs. art class. Following KEYSTONEBEAUTY
ker. The services were held at art of landscape gardening with Pater, snack bar; Mrs. John pell, Patricia Rldaught, Gay 3rd place; Mrs A. V. Ban- meeting the exhibit was opento

St. William's Catholic Church, the hope of private employment Sullivan, terry cloth creations; Singleton Helen Minton Matt, nister and Miss Iva Hlllyer, the public. SHOPEDITH

@ with Father Edward KIrby of. when they are released from and Mrs. Henry Schuber. art Sheri and Terri Stinson, Leon 4th place. The next meeting will be a
ficiating.( Guests attend'ng the prison. and print table. business meeting.
There will be an all day and Mary Ellen Duncan, Susan WOMAN'S CLUB Personal and Creative Hair Styl-
reception included: Crystal'sparents Mel- -
and David Sapp of
tag Every: Form of
.\KERS CLUB "snack bar", serving home-
Capt. and Mrs. Warren HOMEM rose, David Deegan and SandI Tuer. 8at.
v ight V 9-5; closed
r the
made doughnuts, coffee In
Barker: the godparents. Stinson of Keysone Heights. Attending MoD aJr.
Davis Ennis and Mrs. Clyde The October meeting will be morning sandwiches and desserts from Mlcanopy were Surprise Surprise! I IHER

Is Ready For You Ashton. Mr Artton Mr. and held at Clay Electric Hall from at noon and snacks in Vicki's cousins Mozelle Jackie BUILDING MATERIAL

Mrs. George Massa. Mr. and 10 to 11:30 a.m. It will be recruitment the afternoon. Emory, and JanetChristian, HARDWARE

Tues 7 !Mrs. Larry Wlllites. Mrs. Le time, as new mem- Directional signs to the club- and Lois Paul and Timmy _

Every pm Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim bers are needed to participate house will be placed on hIgh- Howell. Assisting Mrs. Tison BROOKLYN

Keystone Heights Zowarka Mr. and Mrs. An- It .13 new programs for the way 21. There will be ample were Mrs. Jerry Stinson, Mrs.

( St. Anne's Parish House thony Rogers. Charlss Grace year dealing with the home parking space adjacent to the. Bill Singleton Mrs. Richard SUPPLY HOUSELumber

environment.The clubhouse.The Stinson Mrs. Gene Sapp, Mrs.
Timmy Slovack
and Miss D. committee Plywood flullilrr'n'
Ph. 473-3163 473-3151 nominating Altar Society extends a Bill Christian Mr. and Mrs. .
Weddington of Jacksonville. of officers HardwareRoofing.! SluclrockPaneling
will announce the names cordial Invitation, to their Keystone Lee Howell, and Miss Irma -
--- 1'ainb Insulation
I "
1970. Nominationsmay -
friends and neighborsand Jean Tison.
be made from the floor. Tools Electrical' & Plumbing
visitors from neighboringtowns David Sapp, son of Mr. and
The resignation" : of Assistant his Supplies.
to attend. Mrs. Gene Sapp, celebrated
Agent Mrs. Donna Durell was with Hwy 21 N. of Keystone I73-WS6$
6th birthday recently a
recently announced, due to ill- r -F-f -ftS7cus I
DREAMS party at his home. Attendingwere -

ness. Jeff Stephens, Larry Sapp CONCRETE !I'ROnitCTS)
MELROSEBy VIcki Tison Sheri and Matt

COMMUNITY CHURCH Stinson and his sister, Susan. FORCONCRETE

COME TRUE Joyce Rowe Bobby Tison of Gainesvilleand !: PRODUCTS
Rev. W. G. Hollyfleld, Presbyterian -
Mitchell Blitch and Ed CALL OR SEEEdward's
minister from r Clark of WIlliston visited Bobby's -
will not be able to Build'ngSupply :
s 6s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
date of If haven't been able to
keep the guest pastor you
py October 12. get hold of me for the past Dock Tison, recently. i rat ,FI Inc.
The Junior Woman's Club is
The Board of Trustees will week or so, It's because we I 726 S. MUM :.172-1\ *Ufialncsvllle
11 Earn More meet October !10. have been out of town. We sponsoring Bake Sale Saturday a Rummage morning FloridaNUnS"

Rev. Frank Thompson of visited relatives in Tulsa,
Oct. 11 at Addison's Store a-
Jacksonville has been supply Okla. from the Standard Oil( 'HY
With Your cross
Savings and
preacher for the past month, Congratulations to Mr. Station.

due to absence of a regular Mrs. Harry C. Fussell, who The Altar Society of St. Wil- O.C. Carries Nursery
minister became parents to a baby girl
Catholic Church in Key-
f Whatever your dream is vacation car, PERSONALS born Thursday Oct. 2 at Bradford stone will sponsor a Bazaar I Thousands of plant

education, the surest way to make it real it County Hospital in Starke. Friday Oct. 17 at the Key- THE GUSBURGER I Fruit Tree .Shade 'rret'Evergreens
Mrs. George Kaufmann has She six and nine
weighed pounds stone Heights Woman's Club
build it
through a Savings Account At you ;
returned home from ounces and has been named from !9 a. m. to 5 p. m. COMING OCTOBER 20TII
you earn more with our high.r interest" rate! County HosplUl where she underwent Karen Melissa. Mr. and Mrs.A. Carolyn Tlson visited her parents I Camellias & Azaleas; !

surgery. F. Tyre of Melrose are ma- Mr. and Mrs. Dock '11- GUSBURGER MOST ALL IN CANS

Your correspondent Is alsoa ternal grandparents. son, last Thursday. C PLANT ANY TIMU -
A regular saving habit brings patient In Bradford County Miss Robin Dougherty;, ,daughter The Melrose Volunteer I FIre I French Fries 85 Beautiful Roses

t things you want at less cost, offers Hospital, which accounts for of Mr and Mrs. Russell Department held a meeting Cole Slaw -
of this column.GLASS. LandscapingPhone
the brevity
financial security( adds Dougherty, celebrated her 8th Tuesday Oct. 7, at the Melrose

you "......,.;::: :::..;::::::::::::c::::::" .: :: I birthday with a party at her Parish (House, at 7 p. m. 659-21fi5
profits to your savings I ITfc : home Sept. 26. Those attending The Melrose Action Committee I I
-- -
; : included Lisa Bass, Mary Ellen is planning a party for the --- ---- --- -- 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

zr : Duncan Joyce Stevens, Nancy students who trick or treat for What Y'all Been Hwy. I 100()() at Fiorahome

5 rMf, Sal is? r: FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors f;! McGill Diane and Mike Jacobi, UNICEF. Students in the phy- I For ,
: Stanley, Wade and Ted Crouch, sical education department at Waiting I

Way to livid Money >fj I f;i Cathy and Cheryl Poppell and the University of 1 Florida will S. E. :McKAY, lin.M.TOU;
J 1 Rodney! Dougherty. be in charge of the games. FREE DELIVERY Senior Mi'nil!. T s..", "i' lv wfKi.lilinlMl

: i FOR EVERY PURPOSE ( Mr. and Mrs. David Illnnanti The party will be held Oct. 31 I .Miir.ili| ,'rnMiirltfiise

i and children from Middleburg after the youngsters trick or ; Ithrrv

KEYSTONE STATE BARK : j SHEA'SGLASS } spent a few days visiting friends treat. Two Chickens or Fish Boxes Wit help| You 1"111"1'' "

I .;, :::', and relatives here. in 5 !Mile Area of Keystone Trullrr luLs slim.:; I 1'1'|
CO. Miss Vicki Tlson celebratedher OUIM.ICATK: UKIDGE I Tar IK'-l In Iakl'> I.'''""tII"III"H.
MMftMlrTJ5.1XL KeyvtMM HrifffcU.. .... : Ifeifthfi or Less than FROM OILS
I 10th birthday last Satur- Winners of the Melrose Duplicate Arredx''. Ill III.lKMrs.
J. 172.4115 172-4151 day. Helping her celebrate and Bridge Club were: Mrs. above order 25c delivery AND MITCH ". ANVH Lit"
Bad : ;M'-lli.i UK'
-Yo < In Your FrUnfly :
r II
1J11 N.W. 4th '''c. :
'Aridly y enjoying an afternoon of refreshments Gay Livingston and Mrs. Kay I charge. TO KEYSTONE I Kiysti'inOlfin. 11:1.: Ixl'iIliiini" '
G.kn.svIIIe l w.J swimming and Starnes, 1st place Mrs. C. V. --
i : i ; -- ) 't7i:(-1710> 171: -'fall
:::::: ::: : :::: :
::::::: :: :::::: games were Kate Gaboardl, Horne and Mrs. It. N. Mvlngs- e -_ -- -- -- -- -- -- -

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In-law, Howard and Lena Brad- Movies r' ....
berry of Oxford, Ala., and her -
nephew and his wife, Myron IflADE AT HOME "J.your troEras
CVOICE. of theSPORTSMAN and Thelma Pierce of Huey- and. ........

town, Ala. were supposed to THE APRIL FOOLS" play- PEOPLE
l\ j arrive Saturday evening, but ing at the Florida Theatre Sun-_
'\ cot here a day early. As usual day, Monday and Tuesday unites -
', : I By:.MIKE GRITTY t Y, Uncle Howard headed two of the screen's most KEYSTONE( EEPULTIPLYING
straight for the dock without fascinating personalities, Jack .. THEATRE i,1
moment's rest, after riding Lemmon and Catherine De- ::1
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all day, and as usual It wasn't neuve. FRI.-SAT.-SUN. OCT10-11-12 :
Hi there Sporta Fans, having Md coiaman e.unt uinm long till he had caught a nice A story with great tender- I
any luck I'm afraid that love- bass Sunday morning and Roy Bream. ness and style which combines
ly weather we've been having and Harold Burton of Erlan- comedy with a definite point with theVictor
lately has brought\ the fishingto ger, Ky_ caught 10 Saturday. Sunday, my Aunt Clara Sullivan of view about life and love i. ?THE NEXT DAY..the Love God?
a halt. You might not believe Uncle Alfred Hudson and of Wllllston and my grand- In this latter half of the 20th Custom Multiplier
it. but what I'm aboutto friend James Brock of Gainesville parents, Hubert and Puma century.
tell you is the truth I found caught around 35 SpecsIn Chilly of Starke, came over for Also starring are Peter Law- The Victor Custom Multiplier
It hard to believe myself, but Lochloosa last Wednesday.My the day and had dinner! with us. ford, Jack Weston, Myrna Loy gives you every! advantage'of' auto-
Roy Griffin Is a reliable sourceof father James and my and Charles Boyer. malic multiplication, plu addition .
Information. Just read this cousin, Myron Pierce of Ala- Last Monday Joyce Barton, The film has an M rating.A neat and subtraction.Its simplified
report now.Griffin's, bama, went hunting Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ward of double feature Is set at the keyboard assures yvou "
Lodge (east shore afternoon and killed a few birds Starke, and Charlie and Van- Florida Friday and Saturday. ease of operation
Santa Fe), reported bad busi- In spite of the weather.: Sun- etta Morris of Houston Texas Doug McClure stars as a -J 1 r end accuracy.: I
ness last week because of the day, they went to Orange Lake spent the day In Deland. maverick cowboy who becomes !I t j So when yourproblems taremultiplying

weather However. Roy wor'tod and caught eight nice bass. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant unwittingly Involved In a life Y ._.....-e. ,
on the fish at the end of the Now we can have nice fresh their and death struggle between a Won yjnottsThejove God ,' I f get the Victor
were visiting niece and Custom
week. Thursday, he caught 9 group famed Iron-willed Tex- Multiplier.
nice Bass, and Friday morning fish.Well folks, that's all of the her ker husband In Jacksonville, Mr. and for Mrs.while Co- as Rangers and a band of rene- A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR [JJJl CESE

he caught 9 more nice ones news, so Goodbye and Good- last week. a gade Indian train robbers In.Backtrack. p ills- -to t.R ate nits t.R tam as tla --as to--R ,1
and 17 Specs on the brush pile. lucklvnttv'yTtrtttyVYVVVY! ." This movie Is :

Roy says that the big Bass were 1 That seems to be all of the suggested for general audien- I Owen
moving around and biting last news from this section with Joist Company of Florida I
week, but he Just couldn't land the weather like It Is. Most ces.Playing on the bill with I
'em. Roy fishes with a 20- INDIAN BEACH people don't come In out hare -BacktrackIn One. "

pound test line for Bass, and If they know that the roads are starring Charlton Heston and : NEEDSDRAFTSMAN I a..
he had his line popped nearly (LaUra ...fa lA) In such a mess. Maybe some Jessica Walter. "Number One", +'
20 times last week. Believeme Bjl Michael n. Cblttyrk. day soon It will be paved. Un- a story of professional football 1 liw..
that's enough to mess up 47M171 til next week, here's Leeon... Is suggested for mature 4 i

anybody's nerves and heart .....................- audiences. I TRAINEE High School graduate, I q
tooain't It, Roy- Showing at the 301 Friday, preferable with some mechanical drawing and have
Weather! Weather! WeatherlThat's Salvation Saturday, and Sunday will bea I completed military obligation. 1'
the three biggest wordsIn triple shocker.A .
the news this week. Betweenthe Civil War legion comes to lr
rain and bad weather from Not what tie: so 'hinds have done screen life as the basis of a SHIPPING CLERK Some experience helpful. I
all the storms, hurricanes,etc, save this guilty; soul, new Columbia Pictures release, I High school education required.MAINTENANCE ,
and our own private stock of borne what this toiling flesh has -Payment In Blood" starring .
wind and rain, the news has Enio Glrolaml and Louise Bar-
really gone down this week.If Can make my spirit whole. rett with Guy Madison In the : MAN Must have experience 1 i

It keeps going! like this, my Not role of Colonel Blake. with shop maintenance. Light electrical experience .
heading will be the longest part Can what I feel or d'j Also playing Is The Mad helpful.
of the news. I guess everyone give me peace with God; Room" starring Stella Stevens 1 .
decided to stay home where Not all my prayers, my sighs, and Shelley Winters and "Corruption -
tears WILL
my BE IN .
It's warn and dr-I, and I don'tblame starring Peter Cush-
them a bit. I've been Can bear my awful load. Ing and Sue Lloyd. I STARKE: MONDAY OCTOBER 13th TO INTER BRADFORD COL

trying to do the same thing All three are suggested for VIEW ALL APPLICANTS.
but I did get sprinkled on a Thy work alone, 0 Christ, mature audiences.
little when Otis Melton and I Can ease this weight of sin; I I QIilirtiap:
went to the KeystoneHastingsfootball Thy of God blood alone, 0 Lamb e o 0 OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA : 4

game. Can give Onil/ nhnvf.nvrfrii7.s./ / : / / file' I LINCOLN CITY ROAD.
me poice within.Author ,
We had a pleasant surprise brie/ml; / 1 M the flurry of/ hntnrhaircut STARKE, FLORIDA" SUltO E 'LOAIOA 32091
Friday evening. Grandmother ; '* njler/ the 'Imrbrtt nn- L--- I
Mark Jarvis caught these nice Copeland's brother and slster- Unknown -. ----- ------ rr ._,
-- -- --- -
bass in Santa Fe last week. -

They weigh In at 10 1/2, 8 1/2, FOR SALE: Islander 32" .riding
and 7 1/2. Good eatlnglShipman's lawn mower. In '(rood con CARL BEGGS

dition. New belts, new'chain etc. 1
(west shore ''r Gulf ServiceUSED
Camp Priced reasonable Phone 964- r a a
Santa Fe), reported good busi- 7724 Itpf 9 r a FARM
ness despite the weather.Those
Top' Prices for Wrecked (law
catching fish frogs! Starke and FOR SALE Registered'ARC 24 Hour Wrecker Berrlee!
surrounding area Included Mr. Herman Shepherd, female,
and Mrs. Ed Crowley and Joe black and tan, 15 moo. old MEN Fuel Oil -
Alveno. 5 Bass and 20 Specs; Inquire at Scott's Mobile Home WANTED Laun4rJ'worken PUMPS I USED VACUUM' cleaner reconditioned Used Cam -
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaster, 45 OLASSIFTED AD RATES Kltciien aids, laoor- $15 10 : George E. LaRue
Sales 301 North Phone 964- .. NEW AND USED __ up. different Hwy SOI N, W-ldo
Specs and Bream; Mr.and Mrs. '6457: era cottage parent. watcHman name brands to choose from. 46R-1M*
Vf to 15 word. ____ 1.29 INSURANCE AGENCY
Paul Everett, 50 Specs and cook and clerk, ground- I Parts ft excellent repairs all
Bream; Joe Sucklnger, 6 Bass FOR RENT 2 bedroom air (Minimum charge) keeper truck driver five & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of Auto Fire Homeowner

up to 5 1/2 pounds; Mr. and conditioned house, 4 miles east rt: eh word over IS __ .07 day week eight hour day. Water Softeners & Filters !I, Vacuums 712 N. Main. Gaines LIFE & ACCIDENT SERVICE Small "appliances
at Starke
Mrs. Raymond Tucker, 4 Bass on Ralford Rd. Call Rev. W. utale reOrement vacationt, Expert Service On vllle 37 -7110. tfchg Hardware Co. 1081; E.
and 25 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson, State Prison. $65 Extra eharga If not sick leave. II interested please All Makes |i Keystone Heights .,'.4882 Call 8t. Phone 964-5311. tfcng

Wayne Rogers,40 Specs; +ar. B month.. Itchg paid ta .franc. ___. .85 apply in person Personnel l Plumbing Service ,I DID YOU KNOW Ifa easy to'
and Mrs. Bob Newman, 32 Manager Sunland Train- own a Longchamp Home?
Vickers and FOR SALE 20 acres between Phone 964-7061 Better MEN WANTED Men cottage
Specs, Larry Memorial, Resolutions !trig Center Gainesville. J'la. built for F'irMa living
George Whitehead 50 Specs Keystone and Starke. $300 per An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP Yom plan or ours parents age over 21. Startingpay
and Bream; and Mr. and Mrs. acre, by owner. Call) 4734971. 7 Bents per word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu $329 month promotion op.
Mike Holden, 35 Specs. Roy 4tp 10-30 tfchg ford Mitchell phone &114- portunlttei! and regular Increases rE -
INSURANCE : 6853. P in pay. 8 hour day 5
Kingsley LaJte.New .
AT REDUCED RATES day reek sick leave vacation,
A brick duplex apartments. 00 'word or toss .__ 3.CO SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic AUTO. FIRE. BOAT II tI.IJ: state ;retirement. If interested
Phone 964-5391: or 964-7788. Mer- Letters &: Numbers for Interior please apply In Personnel E
rltt William. tfchg attach word over 80 __ .07 and exterior use. All sizes! co INSURANCE AGENCY I Manager, Sunland Training Center _
lors. Bradford County Telegraph JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Gainesville. Via.
FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished tch. i Z
trailer 5 miles Southof OFFICIAL tl SPORTSMOORE An equal opportunity employer -

Starke on U.S. 301 Phone INSPECTION STATION BAIRD : .
PB4-7490 or Waldo 468.1222 PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 :
from BOAT !OR
SAVINGS 8 a,m. to 4 p.m. itchgFat' Open Except Dally Saturday 8 A.M.: 8-12- 5:30: NoonHILL'S P. M. to $625. Take the drudgery out Mobile Homes : YOUR MONEY ED WAINWRIGHT

a brand new "Lovelier of paper work.-Bradlord County NEW and USED Starke Ph. "".1191 AGENCYFor
GARAGE Telegraph. tf
VICTOR You" You need LUZIER'SCosmetics 8.10.12' WideGainesville Complete Outboard &: Stern All Your AE
created individuallyfor Keystone Height COOK WANTED Good pay, Drive Service and Repair. Insurance NeedsSpeclallxlng
you. Evenings and week. Telephone 473.4495FOR apply in person. Longhorn Restaurant i Good Quality Complete Fiberglass Repair In

ends 9P4-7966. Uchg 301 South. tfchg Reasonably Priced CUI t o m-buitt Fiberglass. !Mobile Home InsurancePh.
RENT: TV seta baby
Fishing Boats Starke 964-6818
SMILING WOMAN under 60. beds eta*. guitar, amplifiers. FOR SALE2 bedroom home. Gainesville 378-2785 ,
SH5 per week. Two hours, 1 refrigerators: day or week. DAS Large kitchen!' and living room, Serviced Guaranteed and ', GAINESVILLES.
: -
dAY, five days week. For interview 64-7923. tf-ehs tile bath .hardwood floors carport Delivered In Starke Area BUY SELL. TRADE: Used I
Will pay cash or take In
r call Mrs Carmody and porch on nice corner NO EXTRA COST I Furniture, Appliances Toys! E, 2nd Ave. &:
Jacksonville 781.3055 Wetween: l: trade on anything. DAHMER'S.
lot; $4,400. Phone 964-7582, Tools Wlmb rly's Trading
6 and 8 US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th 2nd Street
p.m. Saturday Itchg 9647923. U-eb.
mornings. tfchg Post. 7434 Blandlng Blvd.
Near Post Office
fillerBrojynr' Gainesville 37S-S785 !
Nice 2 bedroom home to be - -- -- -- -- i Jacksonville. tfchg WILL BUY: Used Appliance .
'" -- -- -- -- --- Open 'Til.8 P.M.
moved to your lot. $4,000 cashor -... Furniture TV's, Stereos anything
M will finance to suit buyer.If '1 of value. DAHMgR'8.:

LJ interested call Ocala cOllect'''' ., ... ... I CRESTVIEW I
022-1818 ask for Bill Matheny. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
2thcg 10.16 Volkawagen Letters all sizes colors. Permanent BUYINGUNO
MARYCARTER for use on wood glass
IMPERIAL QUALITY SEWING MACHINE: cleaned New &: UledSalel plastic, paper metal leather
ADDING MACHINES oiled and adjusted in your Service I MOBILE HOMES i ANYTHING I -Bradford County
Home 300. Vacuum cleanerI''pall's rele graph. tf

also. All work guaranteed 1 Ml. North of Tint Mall
Dennis E. Cogglnc Phone GAINESVILLEOR FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed. Dixie Land Co.
411-1428.: tfchg room trailer outside city: limit.

SAVE WANTED Pole framers i'69 CloseOutiI PAINTS J. B White, 964- 114. '4/thg P. O. Box 158

piece work will train. Perma- FOR SALE3 br. home carpet St. Marys Ga.
SALE Concrete block In L. R.. and D. R. and ,
nnnt with!
Company benefits
- UP TO Base start $172-51.82 average bouse; 3 bedroom 1 bath central 102 E. llrownle* S*. hall. 1H bath built-in kitchen tfch

hour late. After experienceover heat. air-conditioning.. Corner I enclosed garage, central heat.

$7950Now $2.50 per hour. Apply lot. Phone 984-5367. tfcfhgTUNIN i i iI I Call 4-71i4I, tfchg FOR SALE 10 H.P. Electric
Southern Wood Preserving I SALE I
Company, Baldwin. 8 a.m. to I i ; WANTED LISTINGS Motor Complete with s.lartcr.
4 p.m. tfchg ?; REPAIRING I On Homes and Acreage Buyers switch and wiring. Operates on
Waiting Strout Realty Reg 220 volts Call Mr. Vaughn! ,
you can buy a world famous LABORERS WANTED Permanent I Broker 2117 N Temple Ave Bradford: Co. Telegraph) Ph.
Victor Imperial adding! position. All company MELODY PIANO I ph !flfi4-6609 I Starke. Fla. 964-6.105.:\ It
machine at a tremendous sav benefits. Minimum starting SERVICE j ALL MOBILE HOMES I Ii CAR WASH

, ings. These precision-built' rate $1.71 per hr. Apply South. MIMOSA MANOR Mobile Home BUY
EQUITY Lovely :3 bed.
ideal' for all of'
Park Trailers and spaces
cm Wood Preserving. Baldwin -
room, 2 bath house.
your important figurework and 1 8 'R m. to 4 tfchg for rent. Phone 9647498. particulars
p m. !
incorporate many features usu WE MAKE call 964-7649 or 964-
StchR 10.16
ally found only on higher price FOR 'RENT-Large upstairs 4 ,' WfT I REDUCED : VSl. 4lchijr 10.9

machines. rontn apaitment. Adult only. I _
Phone 964.5051 964-6352 Phone 378-5197
day or
Easy to Operate Largest selections from which Tr>R< na Motel tfch
Iltfuo''',8-30.: tfchg! (:ainess'ille Fla."
Fully Electric Addition and I'" choose Pfaff. Necchl.! Ntlco I
Subtraction EXPERIENCED: WAITRESS Rebuilding' Refinishing I iI | New Mom.. & Universal. REDUCE cafe and fast with
Automatic Credit Balance 12 WIDE 2 BEDROOMS i I GoBcse) tablet and E-Vap
Modern Design wanted Good pay Apply in -- REPAIR ALL MAKES I "water\ pills" Andrews Draffs.lOtp .

10.Key and Full Keyboard person At Longhorn Restau- I CAMPERSALES ; National Sewing 11-20
rant. U. S. 301 South. tfchg ; F&R ,

Quality Models Built for Years of FOR RENT-2 bedroom house house FOR RENT nice location-Unfur. 2 space bedroom for MODERN Machine; Co., I FOR SALE Reno properties( \

Trouble Free Operation 010 Colley Road. Partly fur garden etc. In city limit" $.">0 !'CENTRAL $ 2 89 I I ell W. University Ave 378-115! and building lots 20'/( n-tarn.
Write "A"
nisheci. Call 964-5453 964- Bradford iCoyntyTelegraph
MODEL WAS NOW or mo. Ideal for retired couple. 2020! Waldo RoadGalresvllte .
7110 Bobby Lewi Itchu Phone 9645801. tfchsr 2t.c1l"i 10-A
10 Key Totals : HEAT i 376-0691 'I FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur. -

999.999 $181.00 $139.50full FOR SALE-1960 American HELP WANTED Waitress I II Authorized Dealer I Dished house for lulU. Also LOST Last week, male Brln.
Rambler runs good: $150 "Shr ra-t" "Dreamer" furnished and unfurnIshed die and White BulWo Hail
Keyboard In & O Rn
Apply B tmi
person : > >
Totals Phone 4713171.: Up rant. UchR : II i "Wheel Tamper" npirtments. 510 N. Cherry St. collar & tan No. 7124. Howard
999,999.99, $19100 $149.50 iCRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMES Travel Trailers Truck I tfchBUYEKS Plume 4-M53.. Itchlt
FOR RENT-Downstairs fur.nlsht'
10 Key TotalsJ,999,999.99 $23900 $159.50full > furnished 3'4>> high and'' SALES &: SERVICE I
bedroom kitchen bath: $50 U.S. 301 NORTH 8 half acre lots and a three ed houM Phone 004-.7244.( Ifclm
Keyboard : im. Electricity, water furnish dry. On Hwy 16 f.t KinB lev I | acre tract all fronting on road.

Totals rd .Phone. 964-7983. 2t Lake. Phone 533.2977 ZtcliK 10-2 I STARKE, FLA. I FAYES' FABRICS -First. qiMl- Nice set up for trailer park and IMANO I.OCA1KII
9,999,999.99 $24900 $169. JO',,'s'' I. PHONE 964-7172 fly di'"es. drapery! upholstery home A. J. Thomas, ReAltor. We find on- of mir Splint' pUns -
10 Key Tol.ili IM1LLWORKEKS WANTED WANTED to Purchase 40 I | m'tr-rnl.> Not on*, mill cuds, Telephone 9T.4-5701. have been.. moved to thl
993,999.999 $259 00 $189.50( Experience PI fe-I'C'd. permn acrrs or less In North Florida' I is| ills its-as sa ""ace---- --- -sa_its l a'eon': ". Metal Kippers\ b lOc to area. R"If>n"lblr J p-r->nn erarianic \
,x nont'pnmltlnn.. Good pny and Partly improved or Timber :'II c. Work! days! 10 to 6: Friday WILL BABYSIT In my horn. i-xci-Dcnl liny Wilt1Wluilf.siili' !
. Bradford benefits. Apply week| dny after' land. Write Earl J. Hick Box I FOR PALE l2! Super Spill t Is |I FOR RENT 3 b-1 room un.iii SnturJAV: 10 to !II>. SundayI For Information call %4-6200< MI-r., Joplliu PIll"".
I 4 p.m. Mr. Green. 3310 N. Main 627 Jacksonville 32201. I Chevrolet) V-8 $400. Call after 6 I (, nl.hell house. Contact Mr, I. I f 11. C.i 301 1'a milts' North (where husband Is rnpl''yod' ". Bi,156trx l '<. Jiiokv.nvlllir. Fla
County: Telegraph St.. Gainesville. 4tchg 10.3 4tp 10-23 p 111. week days W4-.1805. lip D. L. Sllcox. tfchu of Wiildo on 301. tfchg 2L WZtft. Up7

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