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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 16, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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utility director told a Starke fact- k w"" ;,w,, I tentative approval Mon

finding delegation that the city should expand its day night by the Starke ,

power plant and continue generating its own electricity City ,Council.The .

rather than purchase power from private power com new $1,110.000 spending

ponies, bill is $72,000 above 1968-69 expenditures

The Tuesday afternoon meet. that he wants all the facts be of 1038593. Most

Ins lasted for two hours. John fore a decision: Is made con of the increase, about $59,000

Celly; Gainesville Utility Director : cerning power plant expansion. will go for the pay raises.

did most of the talking, Council agreed to a Tucker Covering the fiscal year
according:: to Councilman Orie motion that the city auditor This little scrambler got in on as about 3,000 people looked on the which ends Sept. 30, 1970, the This cltlie gos Hcket for parking In front of the mall

Wiggins City Clerk Merrill Ed study the power plant to determine the tail end of things Saturday night third annual Calf Scramble. new .budget; carries an ad val box at the poil office Tuesday afternoon. This was the sixth

wards, Utilities SuperintendentOscar how much it cost Starketo orem tax rate of 7.5 mills, the one City patrolman Harold Crews had written.

Davis and Bond Trustee produce a. kilowatt of elec same as last year. Propertytax
Cliff Hazen. tricity. Tusker believes: this estimate for 1969-70 Is $83.-

The four got together Wed stuly: : .should be ready for council 3,000 Attend 271, only a small portion ofa
nesday afternoon to talk with by the first meeting in budget totaling $1.11 million.In Police CrackdownOn

The Telegraph about the meet November. !its second budget session

Ing. Others from Starke who Monday night, tha City Council
attended the meeting were began with the Idea of

Councilman! Jimmy Bowen, and chopping out $44,000 to get Violators

Neil Tucker, Bond Trustee 21 Member Calf Scramble down to a figure, of $1,038,000

Jewett Fogg, City Attorney given for estimated Income by

George Plercs, and: Mayor Carl] City Clerk Merrill Edwards.

Hurst. Committee OK Council members whittled until 142 illegal 1 parking tickets Green, who Is doing double duty;

According to Wiggins, Kelly the budget: was only $28.000 have been issued In downtown as a county; deputy; sheriff,
An estimated 3,000 spectators Prevatt Danny Bradford' FFA out of balance then Council. Starke in the first seven days
said that the big private power To avoid conflict with tht Traylor, Gary by the Senior and Donald Packham. Both
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companies might draw up con state's Government ir attended the Third Bass, Kelly Forsyth,Jerry Lee, Chapter, the most ever sold man Nell Tucker quickly made since new Police Chief Kenneth men are qualified under the
new Calf Scramble at the
tracts which contain clauses the Sunshine Law, a policy nual [ the Mike Bryan, Michael Oliver, at a scramble. estimated expenditures match Fuqua took office. state's new minimum standardlaw

that would eventually put the of appointing two council members biggest Fairgrounds crowd Saturday ever to night attend., Ricky Tomllnson, and Jerry "We sold everything we had. estimated income with a little The new chief has served notice for police officers, Fuqua
city out of the producing Walters. There wasn't enough left for budgetary: wizardry. the two
power and a department heador "Everybody was pleased," that he Is cracking downon stresses, whereas men
business.For other employee to commIttees ( -, said Asst. County; Agent Bobby Winners of grade calves e- the cooks to eat supper. I $25,000 of the! difference was those who take city; park- released were not The department -
example, there might be has been adopted by the Taylor. qual in quality; but not regis had to get a peanut butter and made up by adding that amountto Ing regulations too lightly. !is still short of Its

a clause prohibiting the city Starke Council. Four sets of bleachers set tered, are: Dell Clemons, Bub- jelly sandwich when I got the anticipated: Income from Tickets have been Issued for complement of seven patrolmen -

for repairing an engine; thus Chairman Jimmy McRae up for the crowd were completely ba Bennett, Jimmy Strickland home," said Advisor Paul the sale of electric current. overtime parking parking in : there Is no relief man

the city would eventually wind mad that proposal Monday overrun and two and and Wayne Norman Hutchins. Clerk Edwards had estimated a marked zone, or parking in on duty; now making the six
up with a pile of broken down night and the Council agreed. three deep standing( spectators 'Ihe 1U girls scrambling tor "Even the beans arid slaw $515,000 for 1969-70 and the front of the mall boxes at the work seven davs a week.
generators. With three council members encircled the five pigs had the curly tailed sold out We surely appreciate Council went along with Tucker post office.
completely pen is urn
in bur- the all those eaters have Another major change
Kelly told: the Sharks! group on a committee, as In the past, to watch 20 4-H and FFA squealers tucked away help suggestion to make that figure walk half
Hut- officers
the the senior city[ police
before chapter
almost given
that if they ah Dull: reach the any committee could have con- members scramble for 13: lap bags $540.000 and: to hope power Other less noticeable changes ;
Sue chins their sMft rather than ride In
point of considering: a contract ducted official business since: calves and eight girls sllck- Edwards hogs could sacked utter her a sound.pig beforeit Both stated.the Bradford and the plant sales will produce that have been the dismissal of two patrol cars Miles per shift
from a private company, he three members comprise a ened with grease, quickly much. Electric sales in 1698-63 police officers. Fuqua has replaced -
10 feet from the centerof Union Roping Clubs contributing on city; police vehicles has been
would be pleased to look at the majority; of the council. snare five pigs also greased. got the ring where the pigs to the show with riding totaled $485,000, according to them with two Bradford cut from 70 to about 30 the
McRae said he will soon name Asked If she pleased with natives Julian
contract and point out any were The other four competition before and after the clerk's figures.In County; -- new chief says.
committee members who will Loree were released
the 69 scramble Mrs.
catch phrases. the same manner, the
work with department heads LaNier president of the Bradford pigs were bagged with two the scramble. Activity; wenton Another has
Purpose of the Tuesday after- from 5:30 until after Council increased natural gas new step been
noon meeting was to discussSterke's such as the pollce- chief fire County Chamber of Com minutes, although one girl 8:30. p.m. sales $110,000., up $3.500 from Civitans Selling the placing! of two officers on
situation with an experienced chief, or utility; department merce which sponsors the annual had a little trouble gettingher timethe the $106.658 estimated: by Clerk foot duty; in the downtown area
Into sack. It was the first
mna from another head as the case may be. event, answered: Other large winners prize were a-Vickie greased pig scramble has been Edwards. Gas sales In 1968-69 Halloween CandyThe In the busiest hours, from 4-6
The Government in the Sun- "Yes, we are. We're look- to p.m. each day. Chief Fuquais
city Gainesville( produces Its part of the scramble The pigs totaled $95.200, according
own power) and also to discuss shine Law, which has been upheld Ing forward to next year. It Anderson Brenda Starling, were donated by local FFA and the clerk's figures. also on duty; those hours,
by the Florida Supreme was a great show I think." Cindy Duck, and Kelly RIchards Clvitan Club of Starkeis making three officers available
the possibility! of a tie-In! with 4-1! members who were win- Proposed expenjltures: were
Court, forbids secret or closed Winners of registered calves ,
Gainesville.! above 1968-69 figures in almost beginning its yearly sale of
meetings of any governmental Norman were sold to the huge crowd + then.An
Wednesday are Larry Oglesby, (Continued on Pace Four) Halloween Candy.
The four said :
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body. (Continued on Nest Pace end has been put to police
that tying, with Gainesville The sale will be from houseto
cars speeding unnessarily, Fuqua -
might be pretty expensive:: but house starling this week. says.
stressed that an engineering This Is the major moneymaking -

survey would have to be made Aftermath Of A Killer Storm. project of the Clvitan lIow long will the crackdownlast

before the cost could be deter Club for the year so help sup. ] ? Chief Fuqua says he will
mined. port this project. enforce the new standards for

The men emphasized that no Editor's note: Mrs. Stabb bulldozers cranes, push, fill steeple stands, but the rest of two much- photographed freIghters steps, there some pieces! of All proceeds from the sale of the entire two years of his
action had been taken following and her family have just re and carry as the clean-up goes the church is simply n pile of are stranded on land. wood and there a chair. The Halloween Candy will be usedin term In office There will be
the Gainesville meeting turned from a visit with her bricks. Trees are uprooted. Gulfport and Biloxi are badly destruction is not only to the Special Education! Pro no letdown prior to the election -

and said the matter had: not parents In Covlngton, La. Be on.Our eyes were assualted by lMany were snapped off at 30. damaged and we felt stunned. those houses which fronted on gram in the local school sys two years from now.

even been discussed after the low she writes of what they more than we could see or 40, 50 feet.Several Then we drove into Pass Chris the Gulf but extends for blocks tem.

meeting.! saw as they drove across the comprehend. Our ears were filled boats are .stranded tian. There is so ]little left. back from the Gulf. ::,::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::,:.:.:.:. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:,:.:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:':':':':':':""

The Tuesday meeting! was the Misslselppl; Gulf Coast which with the whine of the saws, on the land some having boon Block, after block there la Across the Coast there are

latest In a series of discussions was devasted by hurricane the snarls of the dozers, the washed over the beach and the nothing.It many 'For Sale' Signs but

concerning the future of the Camille two month ago.) roars of the big trucks.So four lanes of 90 to land In looks as though there were they are out-numbered by building '3 )
power plant in Starke. much Is missing it was someone's front yard. Here never any houses Here and permits tacked to trees Primary Dates

Bond trustees, Fogg, Hazen By Linda Stub hard to get our bearings. there is a 75-foot shrimp boat, there, as we looked through and and by crudely lettered 1

and George Flynn Sr., recommended : Motels are marked by swim there In! 30-foot sail boat jammed the brush and the bent and signs giving the owners name
several months ago To most people, Camllle is ming pools. For most, that Is in the front door of a broken trees we saw bits and and the address of that pieceof j
that the city purchase another a rather vague memory. To the all that is left. A church house. At Pass Christian, the pieces of houses here somefftfxfffftttfwffwf land. Under Question I IA

generator for the power plantas residents of south Mississippi -- Some signs say "We shall

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hurricane is still very much :::,: .:,": : : : MISS LILLIAN STUMP::: : *:*:*:'*....................:......" rise again. others say,
gram arJoptel: : by city council will rebuild." One says, "Tour-
several years ago. a reality. question being asked state The Florida Senate however
: ists go home. A few say, ,
While all would rather not Driving west to Louisiana, :s wide by legislators is whetherto
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"We'reopen, or "Camllle wanted to stick to the May
have another bond issue !if it we first became aware of .yw.lMlu change state primary electIons -
: : slowed us but she didn't stop primary dates and amended the
could b3 avoided, it has been CamilLe at Mobile where signs Woman Of Year I from May to Septemberor House bill
us.
Councilman Nell Tucker who say that Highway 90 Is closed'along Gulf .. There are other signs too. whether to change the dates A conference committee was

has pushed the council:> into the Mississippi Signs of the U. S. Corp of En the Florida Legislature meetsto appointed to work out a compromise -
Coast. However, a service station avoid conflict with the A-
looking for other ways and gineers, of the SeaBees, of the but failed. The five
attendant said this was prtl-May primaries.
means. and has been House members voted W have
Lillian Stump will be county in 1967 Red Cross.
Tucker: has opposed view not true so we proceeded to Since the Legislature will begin the primaries In September
Red Cross
honored as the Woman of the treasurer of the local Everywhere there are mobile
next
follow 90.Shortly. meeting annually year the five Senate members voted
given by Reynolds:> Smith ant
into YEar by the local chapter of !since 1946. homes. An insurance companyhas the May primaries will be held
after crossing
Hill consulting! engineers, and the Easiness and: Professional: Miss Stump Is also active in its headquarters In mobile while the lawmakers are still for May.
Mississippi, we begun to see With
last week council got passedhis Woman's club, at a dinner at the Hospital Auxiliary! !' in which homes. Service stations operateout In session[ in Tallahassee, i U no strong feelings on
downed trees and destroyed the matter, Rep Shaw says that
motion that Starke call for 7 p.m. Oct. 22 !In the Garden: P shs is a vice president. "The of mobile homes. Mobile dates of the primaries or the
signs However, life in Pasca- every time he hears an argument -
engineering proposals from at Restaurant. main thing: I do is sell those homes stand where once beautiful session are not changed
sole seemed to be proceeding 'r for either Mayor September
least four firms (including the Manager ant: partner In cookies," she said with a smile. homes once stood. Thereare Rep. Gene Shaw has asked he Is that
RS&H). pretty much as normal and swayed way.
: Stump's Department Store: the "That's where my talent La also some tents. that citizens reply to the ques-
The councilman has said !destruction Then is crossed relatively the bridge light. Woman of the Year was bornin 4 !in soliciting for these: things" And flying from trees, from tionalre placed on Page of Shaw says, however, it would

we Starke anal:! has spent most !she commented "S:>me people pieces of houses, from poles this issue of The Telegraph. be difficult for legislators to
west of pascagula. Signs
just ; and be in sessionat
rt ; coming:' In the ground American Shaw this Is one issue campaign
warned of danger and we of her life here. hate to see ms stuck are says
Oktoberfest! told us to drive 25 mph. The She studied to be a nurseand She told of the time she walked flags. American flags fly about which he has no strong the same time. One criticism -
were of continuing May pri
lane was graduated from Or- .g into a store and the cwner above the crudely lettered feelings, but he wishes to know
(Carnival) Gulf-side of the four maries, he says, is that It
Memorial) said, "I knew won't be signs American flags fly on which alternative the voters
bridge is closed-It is Impose linn General (now you would lead to a great amountof
want to follow.
Thursday, Oct. 23 able. Sections of that side of Hospital School of Nursing, Or. happy with anything less than nowvacant lots. American absentism by House and Senate -
6-9 P.M. the bridge are missing: nd two lando. Following her graduation -/ $25. If anybody else! hid comeI flags fly on battered trees. The controversy arose withFlorida's members.
sections remain at the same she served in an .evacuation: would have given only $10." Everywhere, the red, white and new Constitution there
BradfordMiddle level. hospital In Europe in World Miss Stump summed up this blue colors are seen amid the which calls for annual sessions Shaw also says while
Catch is would be ample time between
of the Legislature.
War II. way' : "I believe! In helping! with destruction.
Again, we drove on. For and the
School : My A Louisiana, minister tells us that the Legislature goes into September primaries
4 community.
When she came back to things In the
awhile all four lanes of 90 are November general elections
Constitution
session under ,
Starke following the war, her father was very community- that some people In his church ,
Public Invited open through this sparsely set on the second Tuesday after the that some people think it would
tled area. father, who found?:! the bus spirited: and I'm supposed:> to> were beginning to believe that Sessions not be enough. Some Republicans -
[in
first Monday April.
iness In 1911 said he / goingto At the First Pesbyterlan take after him." God had given them a sign be.
Portable Stereo Thenaulfport, Blloxi, Pass was last 60 days. he says, feel It would
Church this business
woman not
To Be Given Away Christian The seawall stands, sell the store unless his has ssrved as chairman of theWomen's The plaque to bo given the- cause their churches were Gulf Since the Legislature can set not give them time enough to
but across most of this area, daughters were interested in Woman cf the Year says: "In, hit on the iMlssis-ilppl the dates for elections, the gird for a general election battle
r the two lanes on the Gulf aide running it. Circle, several years commendation cf her outstanding Coast. He reminded them that alternative suggested by most whereas they now have from

This. Space Contributed of 90 are cracked, smashed or One daughter had married! ago was one of the first women success In the field of two of their churches in Pla- legislators is the choice between May to November.
simply missing. The beach is and left Starke.! So Lillian and (in the South to be elected a business and tte:' professions qumlnes Parish county) south May and September primaries A September primary could

Weekly to Publicize marked with mounds of rubble. her sister. Evelyn managed the deacon, and last year was ap ant: for her individual contribution of New Orleans, simply vanish Since the Nov. 4 gen be construed the Bradford leg

Community Events by, Traffic moves steadily at stars until Evelyn married and pointed chairman of the BoardOf to the positive accom. ed.A eral elections are uniform nationally islator says, as an advantagein

about 40 to 45 mph. There are moved to Georgia. Then Miss Deacor.3. pllshments of women in our man has moved from Pla- Rep. Shaw points out, that a politician must now

The CommunityState few traffic lights. We were Stump took over as manager. In ths! community, she serv.ed community( qumlnes Parish, and: commutes no one wants to change that campaign from May until November

Bank stopped by flagmen! and flag In addition to her dutlea as ai a president of the Junior: Speaker at the dinner honorIng -. back to work there. He moved date. after winning the primary

women, who halt!:the traffic to manager of Stumps, Miss Wom<'n'* Club; received a gold l Miss SUmp will! ,be last because he's been wiped: out The controversy over the pri- A September primary,
Accounts Now InsuredUp let the heavy equipment go by. Stump cares for her elderly key from the Cancer Society, year's Woman of the Year, four times. mary dates goes back to a 1969 he says, might cost a candi-

to $15,000 br Here the heavy equipment mother ar.:! Is active in church for her outstanding:: work 83, Norma Thompson, < he would be campaign
bas priority, as trucks, tractors and community affairs. fund raising eha!:man. In the'' public health nurse for a very long time ged the primary election date on a
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Of Interest. To. r, Honored Geraldine At Gay Talk John At Myers Woman's Gives x r r: HIGH FUEL BiLL



Bridal ShowerMiss Club MeetingJohn Mill! make you

WOMEN Myers, Chamber of Com- K

Geraldine Gay, bride- merce manager, spoke to the hit the ?
elect of Nov. 22, was honoredat Starke Woman's Club at their q ceiling!
a bridal shower Saturday first fall meeting Wednesday
Gladys Mooty: lone 964-7608'_ r Oct. 11 given by Mrs. HaroldW. afternoon of last .meek CEILING HOT WHEN YOU
1 1I EDDS at her home at 1218 Mr. Myers spoke on what the I I
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Episcopal W I E. Dessent road: future. holds for Florida. and HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE

A yellow and white color mo- its implications for Bradford It AN ORDINARY HEATERI I
Make Plans f tif was carried out In the par- County. The speaker was in-
YearThe ty rooms. An orchid was pre- troduced 'by Mrs. Gladys Ca.
Coming sented to Miss Gay and car- nova, chairman of Public Af
r nation corsages were presentedto fairs.
Episcopal Mrs. Adolph Gay and Mrs. Miss Della Rosenberg, president
r met Monday night at Eugene Tanner,mother and sister presided! over the busln- ,
of Mrs. Clyde 13. Ellington of the bride-elect, and Mrs.J. Hess melting. I III
Jr., president, with Davison A. Lewis of Perry, mother Visitors were Mrs. John i
Blackshear giving of the groom-elect. Myers Mrs. C, G. Hill! Mrs.
a ional. Date Set James Reddish Mrs Frank
A wedding shower unbrellaof
Mrs. Terwlllegar Wolfred and Mrs. Darlene Rous-
yellow and white flowers
that the Fall meeting
Mrs. Harlls R. eau.
with a white bible beside the
of District Three will carried out the
p Lake Butler an arrangement was reflected In The sunroom
October 22 in engagement and ap the mirror In the foyer. A Halloween theme where re-
hop Hamilton West will marriage of their bridal doll was set on top of freshmments were served during i
sent. Mrs. Edward Regina Paulette, to the piano with a path of fern the social hour.
Luclle Davis and
Davison, son of and pompoms laid. in front.
will attend.
jbc. willegar Hurst of Lake
Mrs. Herbert Lee Lamar Davison Miss Gay opened the gifts Duplicate Bridge .
surer, announced and Miss Ann Bunting of Jack- Winners Named s
had been sent to q Iiir
Is a 1968 sonville made a list of the
St. Mark's paint fund. gifts for the bride-elect. Mrs.
'f;."' Mrs. William Union County High Neil Crawford Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen ;
arranged the "
: a report on meetings attended! Lako City gifts for display on tables set were east-west winners at the ,, : '
1' e
Mr. Davison, Duplicate Bridge Club '
vents in the Diocese up in the family room. Starke
ference mainly to of Union Coun- Tuesday night with a score of 1C6
1 IlI taining to the local Is now in the Guests were invited into the 494 where there was five
:' ,. <{ Oct. 30 a new room Miss Ellington! diningroom for refreshments by tables In play. Mrs. Lex Green ,
i r v a5ill copal High in with Owens-fllinois Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Mrs. and Mrs G. J. McGriff Sr. ,
l'it { be dedicated.Rev. Mr. Davison George Pierce, floor hostesses. were second with a score of 45.
;} Staab is head with Guerdons The serving table was cov- North-south winners were
profit organization Lake City. ered with a beige cutwork cloth Mrs. Monty: White and Mrs.
I" child day care will be an which was hand sewn by Mrs. Clyde B, Terwlllegar Jr, with
Starke. Annual 28 at 8 p.m. in Lacy Silcox, mother of the hos- a score of 47. Mrs. Sherrod
: be Jan. '23-24 at st Church in.' tess. Yellow tea roses were Hamilton! and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin : never waste
!!!!! fill!!!! [I'JI!!!! )
herd In Jacksonville. All friends and used for the center piece, with Jr were second! with 46. = I E IIoiMII LE Ir'1II' heat on the
Sheriell Ogletree and Homer Duck buildings at St. invited to attend. the petit fours decorated with Overall winners were Dr. ceiling or out
Married Sept. 27. In Phenix been painted yellow rosettes. Mrs. Dave and Mrs. Gruen. OIL HOME HEATERS the chimneyIt
City Mrs. Kenneth Paulk designed a wedding ring The weekly tournaments are(
ed the last Vestry with yellow and white daisies
Miss Sheriell Lynn Ogl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. colonial bouquet of carnations ing cost. The every bowl which was encircled bya review starts at 7 p.m. eachTuesday
Cleve Prather Ogletree of stephanotis and a cattle- canvas will be Altar Society garland of fern and pompoms. In the Pratt Street Re-
The first
Phenix City, Ala. and Homer ya orchid. vember by letters as following the Mrs. Eugene Tanner presidedat creation Center. We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con
Vernon Duck, son of Mr. and Following the ceremony, a reception successfully last : Sunday, Oct. the punch bowl. round of duplicate play startsat tinually pay for heat you don't getl The new SIEGLEROil
Mrs. Thomas Vernon Duck Jr. was given by the Winkler has offered are Invited Miss Gay was presented witha 7:45: p.m. Home Heater wrings the hent out of every drop of
of Ladtey were united in marriage bride's parents at their home. the church organ. this get-Logether'* at four piece place mat settingof oil, then pours it out over your floor With a SIKGLRR:
on Sept. 27 at 3 p.m. in Miss Nancy Ridley of Phenix Mrs. Burns Belgium linen with matching Halpb Nader find Hlchard you get the comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOH HEAT
the Ladonla Bapt'st Church In City kept the brides book and up to date list of the napkins and five serving pie- Nixon i "derelict in his duty." no'over-heated ceilings and low, low fuel bills. So don't
Phenix City with Rev, R. L. assisting in serving were Miss of Daisy cottage at ces made of silver and bone \\1"1'1'' In had shape If thePiesldenl
hit the hit dealer for hot
David Center be china of ha to he culled ceiling your Siegler a
Haynes officiating. Patricia Townsend Mrs. Training as a memento the in
Mrs. Ed Nolan, sister of the Brasw.ellMrs.: Neal Lawlar, and that the children Fe occasion. on account of faulty design.! : demonstration!
and Miss Joy Smith of (Mss! Jane Cross and; Mrs. individual cards for
groom
Phenix: City provided the nuptial Robert Lomax, aunt of the birthdays and other "It's A Fact You Can
music! bride, all ofl Phenix: City. Several new months't CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL
Michael Hughes of Selma, After a trip to the Smoky community are 600 .. Do Better At"
and It
was suggested
the residing
cousin of the groom, was best Mountains couple are
man. Usher-groomsmen were in Miami where the groom Terwlllegar that they
Is stationed with the Coast ed on and invited to
Prather Ogletree, brother of Robert L. KitchensTile
Guard. The need for a enrollmentatSan- DENMARKCOMPANY
the bride, Ed Nolan, of Jack- adult class was College for Term
brother-in-law of the
sonville,
Carter
reported on over last year's Contractor
groom Charles Major of Miami meeting of Sunday same term by
Alice Vernon COMPANY
Alton Crews and Reggie chers and planning 600 students,ac- ;
Norman, both of Lawley. Danny -
Ronald ween and Christmas for Records and
Lomax. cousin of the bride, Crosby Instead of the Edwin E. Eddy. 1.11: t \\. Call: I !Phone rtl-5S27
1020 E. CALL ST. 961-6923 St.STAHKK.
was ring-bearer Wed Oct. 1 11 1 dinner, a pancake :. FLORIDA1)olit
Mrs. Michael! Hughes, sisterof is STARKE, FLORIDA I _
be served to the public enrollment t .
the bride, was matron"of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Vernonof Tuesday, next to 2,103 :::::.-:=.. =- -;;.;;*\...;;q-------"IZ'V.III11WA.-. -
honor and Mfr;' Carol Dudleyof High Spring announce the Thursday will be a --- --- ,
Phenlx'" City was maid of marriage of their daughter, up, fix-up day at the
:honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Alice! to Ronald C. Crosby, son House with lunch noted that this Miss This Chance: fiu"A
Madron Duck, sister of the of Mrs. Effle Crosby of Starke. to the workers. Santa Fe's total
groom, and Mrs. Jerry Gloverof The couple were married Oct. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid does not include
Opellka! Ala.. Junior bridesmaids 11 in Folkston. Ga, and are O. L. Beasley will be adult non-credit,
were Jane Ogletree sis residing In Miami. for the November voca
ter of the bride, and Cindy Mrs. Blackshear will school students. Quality Buys in SUITS
Duck, sister of the groom. tess In December.Mrs. .
Linda Nolan, niece of the Burns closed now being com- )e/Of/ane
groom, was flower girl. s4 + ; ing with prayer. Mrs. Eddy pointed out,
The attendants wore floor and Mrs. Martha breakdown on
length empire gowns of dark sisted the hostess In Fe's programs
green satin featuring puff refreshments. the exact count. &
DRESS SHIRTS
sleeves. They carried nosegays Just ArrivedALL
of yellow mums. The flower Bradford County Hospital! an- point, said Dean
nounces the births estimate the total
girl's gown was similar to the following : '
other attendants.The Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jerome non-credit enroll-" AND ALL THE NEW FALL '
bride, given In marriageby Smith Lake Butler, a son, Da. well over 4,000.
STYLES ANDMATERIALS
vid Jerome, (Term n) classes
Oct. 6.
her father, wore a white VAN HEUSEN -J
29 and will ,
Mr. and Mrs Robert Wendell
floor-length gown of lace and
organza over taffeta! with a Pace, Starke, a daughter, Shar- 18 with class- BYSTYLE
bell shaped skirt. The bodice, man Elizabeth.)!: Oct. 8. : term sched- J .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl January 7, 1970.
with scalloped neckline! and' Wayne SOLIDS MAR'L'STRIPES
long pointed sleeves was em- Rhoden, Starke, a sou, Carl
broidered, with seed pearls and Timothy, Oct. 8. \ SOLIDS
sequins. Her veil was a forward v* sX
headpiece of satin, lace Mrs. L, A. Taylor Jr. and Us WHITE .. r' PLAIDS
daughter of Jacksonville are
:and seed:! pearls with ballerina
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
length silk illusion She carried STRIPES

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your
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m COMPARE ANYWHERE! :m: repair any! other FOR A FITTING AP-
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HAM f I FARAHPANTS
printed cotton knit I
I Into nifty sleep STORE HOURS .

BACK BONE -- -L.B. 59C I laceodged ruffled PHONE 964-7520

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I SHOULDERS & SIDES-LB- 49C I.111j I. COUNTY THE" TEI SERVICE RATES

Dress and Casual
Publi&i"d: every
111j at un: W. Call
FRESH HENS . LB. 19C' 111 Starke, Florida REPAIRS
!
Second class t an d fj'ltgft. [IiJ
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.
STEAK at Starke, We Can Fit And Please ,OlD :,

Subscription You To Perfection With
1111 :
ROUND :11// In trade area; $3
year; $:.73 six Our Large Selection,
Outside trade area:
per year; $300six : 961.6171 Excellently Detailed In
SIRLOIN
LB. 98 I AFTER 6 P.M.: Sport Coats''tt'

T-80NE I The Newest :Styles:; : And BYSTYLE ,

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j LARGE EGGS -------DOZ. 49C 11 y SOLIDS
TWO NEW; COURSES HAVE; BEEN; ; ADDED TO

1 1 IIRADFURI)-UNION AREA V 0 CAT ION AL. PLAIDS 7' .t !
: ; CEDAR KEY LB. J TECHNICAL CENTER OFFERING: rW w


!!i ,FRESH MULLET - 19 II! THEY ARE: FALL NEW HAT STRIPES T .

IN ALL THE NEW FALL r
y Basic Clothing Construction. O'l.tss will meet i /

.//11 SMOKED BACON : 59c 11! Monday and Wednesday from 7:00: to 10:00 p.m. TOP YOUR MATERIALS '
.r Class will begin October 20th() 1969.!)
.. WARDROBE;
'
lj MEATMARKET ,jj Special Typing Course. Length : (lit( hours. Meet WITH THE TKK.WENDOl'S: ;: SELECTION TO CHOOSE
=* : one Saturday per month from 8:00) to 12:00 and BEET
SULLIVAN 51 ::: S6-
1111 from 1:00: to 1:00 p.m. Class' will begin November !; FROM: ALL SIZES.

!j 8, 1969, and Is open to beginners, intermediate and JOHN B. STETSON d II

1)11 advanced students.! ? ,
)
flWY. 11)0 1i l\III.JoS; SOUTH''bl' ; ,
........ ..... ........ STAHKE AH classes will be limited to 20 students.
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'CP; ;;;; Hospital confined Mrs. F.in with the F.a Alachua Stump broken who General hip, Is Is I II I ." ... .. .; .. MCity


jK gery undergoing. II.today.Thomson additional Her daughter of Monticello hip,Mrs.W. sur-. 'J rl r. Fish & Meat

will be here for the weekend.Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Sink / Market I
Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned Mrs. J. C. VIning of Palatka Miami Miss Christa Joellenbeck of took their daughter Cindy to .
is
Sunday from two months visit visiting her brother- Atlanta the weekend where
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. over
I Iin law and sister Dr. and Career Academy. : Under New Management :
with her son-in-law and daughter D. VIning on Monday.Dr. Cindy entered -
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Al- Donald Chubb and partyof ; Mrs. D. W. Whiffen this week. Mrs. J. H.Sowell of LaCrosse .
ogna and family in Cheshire five from Winter Park were will friends of Dr. H. II. Adams spent the weekend with her son- : Open !9) A.". To 10) .'.)1. Tuts. Thrw Sun. sS
Conn. regret to hear of the deathof in law and daughter Mr. and Ck-ed
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. Mondays :
his
Mrs. Merrill Struth and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. brother Dr. Mark E. Mrs. V. V. Hazen. I
Mary Case of Lake City; leave Mrs. Clyde B.Terwtllegar Saturday.Adams in Muskogee Funeral, Okla. on S PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY :
services
today for a ten day trip to spent Wednesday to Saturday in For a brand new "Lovler :
held in
were Jacksonville
Denver Colo where they will Charleston, S. C. visiting her on You" You Need LUZIER'S .5
pick up their son and daughter son, Byron, a student at the Evergreen Tuesday with interment. in Cosmetics created Individual. : GRADE; "A" :
Airman and Mrs. Cemetery.We ly for
Bobby College of Charleston.Mrs. you. Evenings and Weekends
Case and son who will come Frank Weaver of WillIs .9647966. i

home on 15 days leave. ton was visiting Mr. and Mrs.W.T.Jacksonovertheweekend... cent Ion's,overFace Buy 9647271., Silver Value.Coins Bulling.20 per J. W. Furlong underwent sur- FRYERSlb.. 39c i

For a brand new "LevierYou" Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamsand gery last Friday in the Alachua WHOLE OH HALFSMOKED :
cf Gainesville visited .
You Need LUZIER'S family General Hospital.Mr. .
Cosmetics created individually with her mother Mrs. J. S. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewisof and Mrs. H. E. Smithof
.for you. Evenings and Weekends Sapp. Folkston, Ga. and Miss Betty Williston spent the weekend lIf :. BACON Lb. 53c :
9647966. Mrs. Bob Farrior of Brooks- Wilson of Jacksonville will be with Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jack- ,r.-- m S
vllle visited her parents Mr. weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. : CENTER CUT i
Robbie Smith of Murray State and Mrs. Ralph DIggs over the L. N. Pickering. son.Mr.. and Mrs. Lojos Toth of :
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Miami were weekend guests of PORK CHOPS Lb. 79c :
University; Murray Ky. was
home for the weekend. Mrs. T. D. Dyal has returned Brown were in Ocala over the Mr. and Mrs. Curttst Sandersat m .
from a months visit with her weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kigsley Lake. I - - LB' 49C
BIG ON CAMPUS!;Looped with silver chains this scoop- CALF LIVER :
Mrs. Loyree LaMer had as daughter, Mrs. Joe EllerbeeIn L. M. Stoner. Melanie and Lex Green HI necked dress of ribless cotton corduroy is short of skirt and
weekend visitors her daughter Panama City. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of of Gainesville spent the week- long of sleeves. The fabric is a creamy chocolate brown : i
Debbie from Golden Hills Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof Oklahoma City, Okla. were last end with their grandparents that goes well with varicolored scarves and necklaces. By U.S. GOOD
Academy Ocala, her son, Hans Jacksonville spent the weekend Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green Sr. Tootique of California.www. : CHUCK.STEAK LB.- 69C
LaNier of St. Johns River with Mrs. Tllley's parents, Mrs. L. N. Pickering. Mrs. Lucile Davis has returned :
Junior College and Clifford Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson. Misses Jayne Hardy and from three weeks visit with .
Adkins, Bill Fynn and Ann Glee Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bag Ginger Baldwin of Tilt College her son in law and daughter : U.S. GOOD: :
of Gainesville. well spent last week in Nash- Forsyth, Ga. were home for Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Smith When You Use An Andrews! Charge
ville, Tenn. visiting Mrs. Bag the weekend. Jr. and family in Paxton. Account tor I RIBSTEAK--------LB.-79C :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trawickand well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. BullIng Col. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlanare tltr
son, Buddy, visited thler O. S. Dixon. They attended ton visited Mr. and Mrs. Russ- visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Your Prescription Tax. Records f
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. the wedding of Ben Dixon to ell Peavy in Byron, Ga. over Vogtle in New York City for I are Kept For You By Us 3 DOZEN I
and Mrs. Ron Kelly in Tampa Margaret Hackney on Friday the weekend.Mr. two weeks. Andrews Drugs $1.25 1
over the weekend and attendedthe night where Mr. and Mrs. Bag i
:
I S LARGE EGGS ....... I
Florida Tulane football well were best man and Matronof and Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr. Save 33-1/3 on HallmarkChrlstmn.s For Fast Delivery DliU 001-7170 tCJIfl .

game.Mrs. Fred Moore underwent Mr.honor.and Mrs. Edwin Williams attended football game the Florida in Tampa- on Tulane Sat- Nov. 1st.Cards Bulllngtons.purchased before ...............................M.........S
visited Mrs. William's and also attended the
last week in the Me- son, urday
thodist surgery Hospital Jacksonville. Wavne Blankenship at the University White Farms Horse Sale in Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Mrs.
; of George over the Chiefland on Sunday. Nelson Green Mrs. C. S. Had-
Mrs. Vergie Barksdale was weekend and they all visited Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. dock and Miss Madge MIddleton
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Six Flags Over Georgia on Johns were in Columbus Ga. attended the Wesleyan Service OCTOBER ,. R
Thomas in Avon Park last week. Sunday. last Wednesday to Friday on Guild district Day Apart at the
business. J.W. Hitch cottage on Santa Fe
Mr. and Mrs.Maxie Carter Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James Wig- Hamilton and
Gary Jimmy
Lake on Suday.
spent the past two weeks in Hot gins of Jacksonville were visitIng Douglas of fSU were home Second Lt John Sorensen of
of
Mr. and Mrs. One Wig-
Springs, Ark. gins over the weekend. for the weekend. Hunter AFB Savannah Ga. ESTIVAL I VALUES

,,-- .- ...-. ....-. -_ ....-. and visited Mrs.Ms C.uncle 5.Haddock and aunt on Mon-, Mr. DEPARTMENT[ STORES f


I day.Mrs.. J. W. KincaId and Mrs.O. .
Look For The Truth! L. Beasley spent the week-
: end Iloppe with In Tampa.Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Your Choice

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth

were vacationing in Whittier, '
N. C. last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold-
t wire visited Mr. and Mrs.Ash- Purchase of
tt ley Goldwire In Waycross, Ga. s pedal
over the weekend. 'New Fall Dresses d
tt t
Save 33.1/3 on Hallmark .;.z MADE TO SELL FOR
Christmas Cards purchased before .
$8.99 to $13.99.
t Nov. 1st. Bulllngtons. yi

The Keystone Aero Club Hew
to Cedar Keys on Sunday and
t had dinner at the Sea View Restaurant .
Taking part in the 1
"fly out" were Mr. and Mrs. 4
t Fred Smith and grandchildren, 'tc y :
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henderson ; _
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tyre .
Robert Lappe and N. L. Wood- frr __
I t burn. r /
Nat Sternberg and Miss Pat
}' a \ T
Lamb of Daytona Beach were tr
I t visiting friends here last Fri- 4

day.The Rev. and Mrs. J.T.Staab ,
I Iw and family were visiting Mrs. 'e
t Staab's parents in Covington, '
La. the past ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wood- MENS
t I burn have had as visitors, Mr. .MISSES JUNIORS -. '
w 4z and Mrs. Keith Reeves and
: children of Winter Park on HIt 4s JR. PETITE2! SIZESUp
Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. L.
t N. Woodburn of Elmhurst, 111. i Charge it
q < on Monday and Tuesday. 51)I1' to the minute new Fall styles, all Carps
i 1 Capt. Dan N. Pater in was including all the new Fashion
,> ) .I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gene r e 9 Z f c r Looks) 1 and 2.piece models in .
r ,, Long and Capt.! Pater's parents o r 1.99 sissy linens. Jerseys, double knits and b;,
; short
[ I Mr. and Mrs. Dan M.
s 1' 0' more in latest Fall and Holiday
s Pater Jr. of Keystone Heights Choic ?&*-- colors. Hurry for best selection)
t tfl' I last weekend. Mrs. Pater in a
(the former Mary Ann Long) eia"* o ,
tt is remaining In Las Vegas,Nev. xL
while Capt. Pater is serving cptots.1
t, his oversea assignment with
the U. S. Air Force. Mrs. SAVE! SAVE! .J
Pater is a Medical Technolo-
t tI I gist and is employed in the No-,g
Southern Nevada ilosoltal l in Las
Vegas. ENTIRE STOCKI! YOUNG MENS F/BERGLASS
r-:
I Yry
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Local admittances to Bradford
I t' t t ,I, County; Hospital this week- FLARE LEG PANTS Il
include Michael Reed and
:
lL
A aY Ar Miss Lillian Powell, Hampton Price slash on the pAnt style of the '
t, ; Mrs. Allie Vickery Lake year! Choose from an assortment f .
.
Butler; Mrs. Helen Egan and of most popular fabrics and patterns 48X6J
I June Drakeof Keystone Heights in newest colors. Wide belt loops rag. $549 T
First Federal. Mrs Viola Crews, Lawtey;; Sizes 29.36 BODY SHIRTS...... 4f
t PAYS MORE t tt tt I Mrs. Emily SIlcox Kingsley ................ ...."........from $3.99 i
Lake; Mrs. Emma Harris, 49X84
Tom Harris, Mrs.Mamie Par- hour '
t I I rish, Mrs. Minnie Lee Red- rag reQ.$5.99 88I .
grave, Rosetta Chess, Mrs.
Passbook Elizabeth Crawford, Mrs.Hazel $6.99 _
Savings: Certificate Savings: Eberle, Mrs Janice Goolsby, }lorajo; from
a
t t tt I
William Lovell, Mrs. Doris and up mo4er rarAe s electiono
Plesated
,
Moore and Mrs. Rose Perales

t 4.500/0 5.250/0. I It I of Mrs.Starke.Bill Chambers and Sale .iron generau, hems, HendcD d leM

Mrs. Woman's George Ricks Club of attended the Junior 1

the District Tour at the Jack-
t PER ANNUM PER ANNUM; t I sonville Woman's Club last t CAFE

S-: :>Minimum; SS.OOO: ) ;Minimum Friday. ;
Mrs. Martha Moore spent the
t Quarterly Interest 6 Month: ;Maturities I.I weekend with Mrs. Hlrris Longin JW AINS
Green Cove Springs. (
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tenly / THERMAL

t Passbook Savings in by the 20th Earn From I of.visitors Tenly.Gainesville of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday E.D. ..r. r J UNDERWEAR All IlIfre9. '2.119

.
: I :Mrs Gerald Gay and son, .,
t the First. I Tommy, of Miami and Miss Your $ 77
Addle Lee Wilson of Orlando JI Choice Shirts orDrawers '
were Sunday visitors of Mr. 1 $1
and Mrs. G. A. Gay. .
t I Mr and Mrs. M. A. Bald- I SALE Mafhings
I .
win Jr. were in Jacksqnville Choi; J6"

14bit': '1 1J I .I Sunday' Oldsmobile to Tuesday dealers attendingthe meeting ,,{." ral 100%dye cotton.tinted circular Washable knit dutumblendryd too'ors'' Cheer ce uptYuur Cllrtain k IcitchsnS pr"d is" /many

Mrs. Lee Fltzke and two children able. Choice of long sleeve shirt or long and save,
.
UI of WJlilngboro N. J. were I 1. I leg drawers sizes S XL.
9 SAVINGS AN3 LOAN ASSOCIATION visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. G.

t 0sa 1 y t I Patz Mr. the and first Mrs. Eddie of the Wasdin week. REMEMBER FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE CARP'S IS OPEN SUNDAY

'KM)M4-9000.Jf J writ...._ITIIIt of Waldo and A. D. Conner of 1 TO 6 P.M. SHOP CARP'S STARKE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
.. /+r t Fort Pierce visited L. L. Con-
; ner last Thursday.Mr. .

t. 'Time and Temperatur24oo'Hours A Day" j returned. and last Mrs.t week W.after H. Nollman spendIng ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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Highlands, N. C. OCT. 16. 1969
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Calf Scramble i ti 10% Salary Raise f111 j FARM AND RANCH :: Address


tai By George T. Huggins \} t .
'Oonu&ued ::1
on Page Four) State
COUNTY AGENT \ GroupMrs.
ners In previous calf scramble Okayed For City ::;
winners. ,,, tL Agricultural Extension Service 1:;|::
Asst. County Agent Bobby ::::::=:::ftre: ::: :::::::::x::::::*::::*::x-:::<:::::::::i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::' Joann Patray, R.N., an

Taylor coordinated the show (Continued on Page! Four) assistant professor and Direc-
and was In charge of purchasing It mast get bigger but it will for a successful Calf Scramble. tor of the College of Nursingat -
the calves and Jlgs. every department except the' men, up $6,257 to $36,571; three be a hard job >to make it any Our Starke-Bradford County the University of Florida,
County Agent George Huggins office of the "'* '!administrative radio! operators, up $1,255 to better. If you missed seeing Chamber of Commerce 'has will address the Maternal and
was master of ceremonies. office and gcheral. Clerk Ed-. $12,373: : overtime up $1,732 to the one! hour and fifteen minute started a project! that may be Child Health Conference Groupat
Businesses underwriting the was decreased his contingency 5406. acUlcn filled Calf and Pig endless but certainly one that the 60th Convention of.the OF THE WEEK.
exoenses of the scramble, a- fund, to get pay raises for Scramble you'll just have to reaches out and effects our A Florida Nurses Association.
long with the Chamber, were himself and his clerical assist Street and; Garbage Department listen because you will be hearing youth in a way that will bea October 21-24, at the Jack Tar
Container Corp. of America, ance. $92.926 up $10,336 over about it for the next year. lasting improvement in our Hotel, Clearwater.Mrs. .
E. I. DuPont DeNemours & Included:! In the pay raises Is $82,5910 for 6869. Pay faLssa! This third annual scramblewas livestock industry Patray received her
Co., Bradford Furniture Co., a $9 per week Jump for startIng each Iliac! a theatrical presentation POULTRY ConservationisfNamed Bachelor of Science In Nursingat
total $9,520!! with employes I
Community State Bank, Florida laboreis jumping them inl i that It was the real Poultry production all phases !- Florida State University,and
Bank at Starke First Federal from $66 per week to $75. That getting around 10 per cent climax to a lot of planningand is on the move 1m Bradford her M.N. Degree In .Nursing

Savings & Loan, the Bradford measure passed the Council Additions:: to that budget are action: by a lot of people. County. Interest In all phasesof Here at the University of Florida.

County, Commissioners, Flor- after being mentioned by new $5.7COI10r reet: paving in Reno I surer would not attempt to poultry production: in Brad- Mrs. Patray was previously
da Hydrocarbons Co., Flor-
ida Gas Transmission Co., Councilman Jimmy Bowen. and 91,700 for paving at the call names but I do want to ford County is high Ifrcbert E. Trebilcock, above, An Instructor at the School of
Owen Joist of Florida, Inc., "The labor situation Is piMKiDllJOW Fairgrounds: But the sidewalk make EG few statements of appreciata This was proven at our Poul- hais: been appolnteddistrJctcon Nursing of St. Vincents Hospital -
Florida Power & Light Co., ::!J 13 not worth budget: was sllcal: in half to !!>n. Numerous individuals try Producers Association: meetIng servationist for Bradford and In Jacksonville, Bradford
Mrs. Mary Ann Smith, Mid- more than $GB we shouldn'tp4thhpgd $1,000 and a $3,800 dump truck atnd committees in the last week with more than Baker Counties by the Soil County Junior High School,
Florida Production Credit As- } -t. Bowen said. Hajttfes 'was cut: from ths .,budget sponsoring organization our seventy-five persons present.Mr. Conservation Service. Starke, and Lake City Junior
soc., Torode Oil Co., Winn- .s l 6thl'1' pay around $2JT Starke and Bradford: County Roger Painter. Vice-President lie began his duties here College. In addition, she has
Dixie, Clay Electric Co-opine., Jjowvior'laborers.'efe'VkJ parks and recreation Depart Chamber! of Commerce, spent of Painter Pou Ty Co., Sejpt 22, taking over from Bill served as Nurse I and n at
Sheriff P.D. Reddish Bradford E\:! nrds pointed out ment $30.829, u? $6,414 from many Hours doing things necessary Jacksonville! Florida was our Haas who has been transferredto the Teaching Hospital of
County Telegraph. thatrcme,..,man who hat been $24,41$ In 68-69. The Councilhit tlo make this big eventa guest speaker. Painter Poultry the Gainesville SCS office. the J. Hillls Miller Health Cen-
Waiflii "1 city' 30 years still the nsw recreation requests success individuals prepared Company has been organized Trebilcock, 32, Is a nativeof ter, Gainesville.She .
I draws! $66 per week. hard. cutting almost $9,000 publicity materials far news- Icng enough that when Fatheror Michigan and a graduate of is also the author of the Experience and dependability
Lions Raise 1.''JJre's got 'i*4 J>. love this little mostly to have gone far equip paper, radio! and television. It Son speaks about poultry it Arkansas State University. He programmed nursing text. "An is Included in every service

ole town to do It. It sure ment and facilities from it, although was all presented without cost. Is with years of experience. did!) graduate work at the Un- Adolescent, the Nurse and a ,we offer you. __ .
$800 ForEyeglasses been the money," leaving the $8,414 in- individuals and iversity of Florida and has '
- Bowen J Commented.rtfyw creas business 1 firms made contributions small corner processing! plantto ved as conservationist In Manatee TUCK'S
perrons.. Including the The too finance the scramble one which at present: is capable County, for nine months, I
recreation director
'fife WiiefScity/! clerk .clerical re.ceive.i project.Beef animals were pur of processing 8,000 birds and Hardee County, for six
District Governor Barney Da- received
\\9I'Jser; and.iaborers chased from three- beef cattle per hour. Further expansion -
nese was the featured guest "11161': # Vfthan.the 10 per cent $7,5001( the assistant director farms at prices :below todays plans are being made. :! here. BEEP PORK SPARE HJTO&
when rec I'Yed $514 increase to .
the a
Starke Lions Club held Ja!1'i"l'... granted across theII.rtm1 market value. These cattlemen Mr. Painter told the group With his wife Cheryl and CHICKEN.oURS
Ladies $5,5141 and ether salaries
went
Night at the Lions
Den .
: (:] ( i exhibits real financial Inter- that not fifteen nlnweekold SERVICE
on Water Street up S7GO to $7.600.Adr.nlnlstratlve.. many years ago: son, Jay, the us. 3oi soutH
on Thursday
Oct. 9.Danese. It had been two years since est.Our doz. eggs per hen per year new! conservationist lives at +.
'c/ly e51 j lois received. a pay Office, and Bradford County Fair was good production: and:! took Crystal; Lake.
pointed ------ -----------------
out that
International, the Lions hike. --Geneual '(city clerk's office) -. Assoclalllon collected no rent nearly six pounds of feed::! to Pile has offices In the new Agrlcmlture -
organization In the world largest civic Jfywn aim -!-suggested An annual $128,2:)6. about $400 under 68- for use of) buildings and faci- produce one dozen eggs. Nowif Building at the Fairgrounds -
works
to prevent blindness and to : five percent! cost-of-liv- 69. Ply' raises in that office lities. All] this helped:! make a hen does not produce at In Starke.depending .
help those who have sight iflf increase'\ jor city workers. totaled!!! $2.283 mcst of that mo. this thind! annual Calf Scramble least 20 dozen eggs per year NOTICE
Diems. pro- 'Tile I ( cdun/.l did not vote on ney c timing! from a slice in the great. The Future Farmer boys something is wrong. Some will

He said that In Florida 25 that suggestion\ : however office's' contingency fund, That providing an opportunity to produce twenty-two dozen. Four solutions adjustments .
people lose their sight ,In one PI'0t.o3ednpendltures: by de. was the only budget:! that did get there early enjoy a good pounds:! of feed will yield a doz- to on the following: !or four
week. partments are: Increase over-all. fried cHIcken supper and visit en eggs.
not factors: l-Avnllable finance at Effective
Starke President Marc E. .1"J? Jasjxartment! $36.214. ''awhile helped make it an enjoyable Florida Is 12th In the NationIn October 22 We Will Be Open

Jackson spoke of the accomp- I irtfiWM' Sob,>; S377 raise tot Fire The city clerk received a afternoon and evening.If egg production and in 1963 reasonable of other interest states rates to ship; 2Ability All Day Wednesday For Your Con-
lishments of the local club. Chief Red Buford. The chief $1,243 raise to $8,688 and the you i did get there early before eggs brought the egg farmer
He said that although the club salary was raised on the condition salary! of two clerks assigned to the chicken line got real Sixty-One Million! Dollars. Broiler poultry and poultry productsinto venience.
Is smart 04 members), It has that he draw no over the office rese a total of $844 long you saw some good horse production In Florida Is .Sdror, Florida at reduced:! prices! ;
3 >>
tape and undependability -
made over $800 this year. Of time. Tha Fire Department to 81991.), riding! events by our Bradford:! also twelfth in the Nation and: : .
this, about $800 has been spentto budget is up $10,190 ani: $9.100 Roping Club. This group is brings the* broiler farmer Four of labor. ; 4-Increasing rigid 'Gayle's Beauty Salon
and Sewer inspection.Yfou
tlglt. Water System
purchase eyeglasses for of that increase goes for the made uii of middle aged peo- teen and One-Half Million Dollars
needy children and $210 has $327,100 up $31,660 from are invited:! to become
raise. and
pay ple, young people younger per year
been given to the Florida Foun- chief drewa $295,410! in 19G8-G9. Dcpartmen. Interested in our North Florida -
fire In
The assistant people. All have one 'thing Painter expects a steady STARKE, PLAZA
dation for the Blind. tal raises totaled $$16,659for Poultry Producers Assocla-
Ply
$529 raise to $5.822; the fire commonn: they love to ride growth In poultry production!
Two new members were Inducted employees from the pub., tion.
captain got $560 hike to $5,558 a horse i, This entertainmentbefore
by the District Governor. and two firemen were increased lie works superintendent; : to send after the scramble -- w w -
They were Wayne Kinney and a total of $955 raise to $10.- laborers all of whom received rounddl lout a variety program. ;;;;;; i itFri.d
Lester Humphries. about 10 per cent increases 1I
either

130. Early Saturday morning
Present for the steak cook- $100,569' Other/ additions to that budget the City or County trans
out were Mr. and Mrs. Danese Police Department -
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howardof up $12.146 over 19689. Police include an $8,000 ladder truck port wiT City police escort -Saturday SPfC/AK
Jacksonville, and Mr. and pay increases total $13,164. In- a $T5i) lawn mower. $990 for was moving bleachers from J Jt
Mrs. Kinney Mr. and Mrs. dividual raises are: fire chief. radios!, ani:! $500 for Christmas the school! LO the Fair Grounds.:!
Inman Green, Mr. and Mrs.N. $1,309 to $7,800 per year; cap decors bons Even this was further proofof
L. Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. tain up $913 to $6,973; lieutenant the Interest of additional
Charles Zlpperer.Mr.andMrs.Jackson. up $857 to $6.616: sergeant. Gas! Department 73748.. up people
Miss Jamie McMurty, from $69,379 in 19C3 89. Pay The Billing band music you
up $830 to $6,369; six patrol-
Sill Udllng, and Humphies.l rasssi for Ova employee total enjoyed,Just prior to and at t t LADIES I
""'- - -- $4.585. Utility Director Oscar the end of the scramble was CHILDS
Davis I in charge of all the an exhibition< : of Interest bya
>
BadcocJt; > BE DIN gas electricity and ,water departments groupo of our young musicians I ",.. ,

i Ma'". in au aw'n ,i.lay y r ,_ ... received:! a $785 raiseto called The Plainsmen. Another ,y Leotards
..p.", cralt.m.n. Ou law $8,,008.: Tlffee plant employees proof( of interest in the dresses
anh.ad mean 1M"., "0/-/ TRADE neceived a total increase continued! success of this event 1q
: .... in quality b.ddmg. o IN of $41,712 to $15,731 ,which included was I pi-oven= by five of our x
I! .. restoraton of one young wine! producers donat-
Ev.y pi. 0' Bad.a.k BedALlpllfAMI
Ww
I ding i. guaanl..d 10 gig.I employee, the council fcii' cut ing pins! for the first all-giils frt --
I lalt.la.lton from the budget ,previously, pig scramble. t C f r t

_h then put back. Bobbyv Taylor David Smith! ,
n---; $ A
) o ,
'J'll and; Paul Hutching who worked .
!'!_ -II QUILTED QUEEN d g Major, catagories: of revenue closely with the boys join ,
1 INNERSPRING MATTRESS for Eta: city are broken down with met in expressing! our sin- t .77 ELSEWHERE $1.29 '
OR MATCHING BOX SPRING i rroi into tlrie General Fund at $364- cere nnpreclatlon to everyone ,.
2S3 ceiU pfovtd. comfortable tup* 598, wp: from $343,418- in 18C8- ,;
''h' loumI .el :
pen 69 and' the sales of the Ut11itY'System i t
Heel lap
panel I quiltod lo cowor I' !
., od vdgo brd.r 7S1 coil boa .prIn Lr expected; to reach $743- //I I ELSEWHERE $7.95
908, up from $693.173 In 1358-69. JacksonvilleBlusiness ,
rjA 'Yit I
Those" two 1969-70i( figures t % rA.. t
ti wham added 'give the total pro
FISH NET -
SLUMBER QUEEN posed city expenditures of ap- l! '
V proxi.irmtely $1,110,000. t
INNERSPRING MATTRESS
OR MATCHING BOX SPRING HOSE \
4QS toil (or lmm.( tupporiQuillvd ..fh.h.d.n.ny SEUtVICE! t' ,
loam ,.p pen.) Ep SCHEDULE .
Motal ,ov.r Tapvd .dg. r4 CATHOLIC Churches Directory iI t
herder 60 coil. bo. ipnngQUILTED 7 --' ,!
-
Girls Panties
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t ST ;.EDWARD'S' Starke: fi
i 19c 1 ,
Sunday: Mass Bam, and \uto Sales and Service. I \ ii ,
9':.1 13; a,m.
r''r
MAID r' ThlllrsdlY1'Is: 6:30 p,m.MUdculous Parrish Motors 19C .
\ INNERSPRING MATTRESS -1 A l ELSEWHERE 47c
Medal
Novena:
\
OR MATCHING BOX SPRING, g 7 I EVERYDAY I
Saturday 7
40) (-I/! t high d.nuly loom,, p.m. !SALES'
top pan.I Quill.d In. quolnyDamatli .
"*., Toped dg. ST SERVICE
bury+ '' rj WILLIAM'S Keystone VOLVO
a. |0 foil bai r.,
tpungFREE r f, {1 Heights. PARTS VTENS ELSEWHERE 52.99 EVERYDAY *"""
u Si nd y Mass, 9 a.m.

Wednesday Mass it Novena, Always Good Used Cars.

-- -Ra -- ---:-.- -II ST.7 p.m.MARY'S. Mucclenny: 921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5634 t KNIT SHIRTS $2 HAIR ROLLERS33c t II


Reglst l:!I r Sunday Mass 11:30 a.m. "'
I FiF'TRi( MOTORS!': .


I I WARPS-' *,>, I PEAVY Brothers Come In And See Our New Store

I Grand Television Prize and: General Cart. Electric'tibrtable' Color i Electric Co., t I


I Second Prize: 10 PdH'. Bell B I Electric MotorsSold I
.rd & W Portable -

I Television Sets. : .".t"*"'"'!';'./' I Generators' Serviced- Starters- Repaired Armature t NEW COLOR SCHEME -- NEW SIGNS II t tt

I Third Prize: 50 Admiral or Zenith Table or I ''Rewinding.renox. '

I Clock Radios. I Ask tj.4D14. Jax.: 387-2528 t MANY NEW ITEMS -- NEW OPPORTUNITIES II t tt

I A grand total of ftl''' i/jners. Nothing to buy, I I.
You need not be psAq M iit7tq1( ) in. Register I PIAN-OS .
I every time you visit (fh.gt9re:1 Registrants I Charley.JoEh. YAMAHA PIANOS t t tt

I Must Be 18 Years of Age Or Older. I I CON and KIMBALLORGANS . Courteous Sales Ladies

3 PC. Chip n1 Dip, Sol FREE with, .
SAME
I $39 95 Pucihaii. D.gnt.f. I t Tremendous Savings II t

I for 61 FREE winnvrlFURNITURE AWARDS I ns.

.. . Tremendous Variety
I I I I Abopt This Question: t i iI


I II "I'lu, windstorm, explosion I

I t\\mi\Ke\ <-r can other cause a physical loss! of :I OUR NEW NAME :I

I Ra) .
;. I rentl.il: income for several KIGALI "SWINiER"(

I 't\ I months in offices or mercantile ORGANS I

I 'N% I I Does: the buildings.Charley E. Johns RootleveltlaIl3888519:

/ I Aeeiitcy supply Insurance WESTERN STORE I t (1. ,

-- - to reimburse such loss of STORE '

IB" rental! income?" LITTLE DUDE t : I


Charley E. 150 WEST CALL ST.
Western Store


and APPLIANCES JOHNS AGENCY' Western Clothing Leather- I Formerly The Bottom Dollar i

131,: So. Walnut St. goods* Saddles and Trailer :
5 K ti. Will nut ...I.n/Iiili wLUdun, Uwuer Phone Charles & Sharon Petty
,1; 964-5070 .
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RECREATION NEWSRECORD '




UMBER! Harlev fiR 12.9YEAR.OLiXS. f

OF PARTIICIPANTS MAKE .
PUNT PASS AND KICK 1) Wade Winkler 144;'2) Jerry V '

CONTEST SUCCESSFULThis Blalock 122; 3)) Ricky Johns m
year's!! Punt Pass and 122. b
Kick Contest, which is con- 10YEAROLDS
ducted annually by the Starke J 1)) Lee Casey 171 1/2; 2) i
Recreitloia Department under Jimmy Prevatt 158 1/2; 3) Carl +.
:
the s'xms,.rship of Terwillegar Hamm 156 1/2. ; d
Ford Motors was the most successful iiYKAR-OLDS "lr IP.uIvutJe 4:*
one to date. J 1) Gerald White 178; 2)) Randy
E &hty.ur( boys registeredfor Crews 166; 3) Michael Crews Some of the Klrls liking an Instructional ceramic claM.

the event and, of this number 159. conducted by the Recreation Dept Picture win their lint

78 of them actually com- 12-YEA R-OLDS finished product, a Chnchua| are: seated (14) LaUUn Herrec.
peted In tide contest. Follow- 'J 1)) Allen Akrldge[ 230; 2) Gary Linda
Sabuar. Lynn MOlLie, Briar Fatray. Standing ((1-r) are
ing the event all the contest- Ricks 193; 3) Kevin Kelley 187.
ents were treated to a ham- 13-YEAR-OLDS Cynthia Jackson, Susan Kitchens, pam Rayfaurn, Martha

burger frj.Following. lCharles) Green 222; 2) Ken Slruth. Clarke Evan. Anita Green, Jennifer JoekeL
is a list of the Fuqua 212 1/2; 3) Jimmy Cau-
boys who* were awarded trop ley 210 12.STARK .
hies for their winning scores: BUILDERS,
CADILLAC WIN
8-YEAR-OLDS IN BANTAM OPENERSIn WE
1) Johm Valin ski 112 1/2; the opening games of 1969 ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCETHE
2) Jeff Herman: 89 1/2; David Bantam Flag Football Leagues

Starke Uniform Builders were victorious and Cadillac in PURCHASE OF LEILA'S DRESS AND
BATON UESSONS:
NLU
their first of the
BEGIN SATURDAY Starke Builders games ran season.rough- 7 GIFT SHOP FOR TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS
All girls six years of age
shod over Carp's Store by the
and learn over to who twirl would a baton like will to score of 25-0. The Builders KNOWN AS STARKE'S MOST EXCLUSIVE
exploded for 19 points in the ++
have the opportunity to do, com-
first half. Thomas got
Joey
pliments of Starke Recreation WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL.WE .
two of the touchdowns on runs
Department.! Taking first place honors In their respective ace< of 40 and 10 Glen De-
yards.
Fran Casey, former Bradford Sue got the other one on a and get to compete In the Zone competition to be held in Jacksonville WILL CARRY THE SAME LINES OF

High School majorette, will 25 yard gallop.In Saturday October 18, at 8 a.m. In the Gator Bowl are

this teach Saturday classes October which will 18. begin the second half, Joey Tho- (l-r) Lee Casey, Allen AkrldRe, John Vallnskl, Gerald White FINE WOMEN'S CLOTHING AND WILL

Classes! will be set up for an mas passed 20 yards to Matt Wade Winkler and Charles GreeD.AbGv. .
eight wetek period to be held Herres for the final points of STRIVE TO GIVE' YOU THE SAME

each Saturday at Pratt Street the game.
Center, 110 a.m. The classes Second game of the afternoonsaw FRIENDLY SERVICE THAT HAS BEENA
will be free but each partici- Cadillac Uniform take on
will need a baton. Kochs Drugs with Cadillac com-
pant
TRADITION OVER THE YEARS AT
ing out on top 12-6. Both
teams battled to a scorelesstie
in the first half. I LEILA'S. THE SAME POLICIES WILL
The second half was differ- ., t 41 rf L.11
ent as Kochs the first to
was PREVAIL YOU ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED
put points on the board with 11

calnear minutes Hill left In scored the game.from Lo-3 NAT 1 TO COME IN TO SEE US.

yards out. The extra pointwas
no good and Kochs led
.N-
6-0. r tT y JIMMY AND SANDRA REDDISH

With just 3 minutes left in

the game, Cadillac Uniform,
on a 60-yard punt return by
Sharone Gainey, tied the

game 6-6. The extra point try .. are the 18 trophy ,,'Innen. having placed first,

HURRICANEWARNING was no good. second or third In (their ae group 78 boys participated In
Then with just 30 seconds
left in the game, Eddie Ak- the content, which Is sponsored by Terwillegar Ford Motors. U

ridge intercepted a Kochs pass First row (l-r); Lee Casey Curl Hamm, Jeffery Norman ,
and raced 40 yards for the Ricky Johns, Jerry Blalock. David Harley and Wade Winkler.

game winning touchdown for Second row (nor): Jimmy Prevail Gary Ricks John Valln
F0K TU'eOWLlE(cth ( Cadillac Uniform.
Schedule: skl Gerald White Michael Crews' Randy Crews. Kevin Kelley.

The M.ION far h...,. Thursday, Oct. 164 p.m., Third row (1-r): Alien Akrldite. Ken Fuqua. Clyde Terwille
,I..".. It h.ra. Carps Store vs Cadillac Uni- Heavy rain I andhurrSitana
: rinds cant a form; 5 p.m., Kochs Drugs vs Dupree special guest!
Ut oof rfamat. Ham awn- Starke Builders.
.
en 1 tain prtpar by calling
Sapwft T/a- Suratont lor aHUAlfelCANf Tuesday, Oct. 214 p.m.,

Tin :,Includvt a CHICK campt* UF I"., Cadillac vs Starke Builders; for your own sake
*....11.! or year property 5 p.m., Carp's vs Kochs. TRADE AT HOME
far limfc. or tract that erawiiM and community progress
..
a t rtn and .eemm.n.lalmns *
.
Ilan .f .."...far....tht,t d.pra n.f.an*. -
Thir< it pa char far th.itcrviiia.
Put aanfi SMITH: PLUMBING: \
yaur *
alinein, In tha. ..,.... atS
.,,'. .. ..,ry AND SUPPLY CO. ."RAZFOPD' COUNTY BOARD or ....LIC INftTRUCTIOMP.
4 aamplata Iniiiran O. DMHT. VJ9HTARK1I
far year protection. Contracting and repairs | PLOP IDH

Plumbing Fixtures oetob r '. 1'16.
PMC! INSPECTION"
Water Heaters Pumps I
d nTIM: 'flS { Irrigation Iron Filters -j jr The Bradford county Board ot Public Instruction will receive aald bid att.. office.
....... .. ... ......
frm and
111 torth Court Street P lor Id for r* ovlnry
... .. ..... .
SAPP'STWEE r Water Softeners bulletin; fieri its at th '.00. .n. ., '. Brook *. florid until

10,00 ft. N. ........, 'tovMiber .. I96ccordlnq >
/ SU OEONSPhoini PHONES: .
961.5832 to the following pvclflction' i
961.6023 or
'' : 376-1756 ..... ,,
1. Ulddvri *r lnvit4 to Impact th* forMentioned *a and any" informationrrfuir /.II
.... "
372-9533 ( Please make a note of I d will b* provided by ofcic \

......... wllllllllllllllllA
rotff | our numbers In your) t. Th* uceMful bidder shall r* rvaroniibt for ronoval of all footino*(
7197) N W 0'h ; .
. .
ritiri ara. fro th School alt and ihall l th r* now occupied by tha.obi.ot "IIIA1111
C'NtSv'llE;; tGrlpa; J phone book) fautldlni a .'*.n. r.k.d-ovr oonditlon *,'* \

--- 1. Th* .uco...ful ....... .h.ll b* ._.... to .rct a f.... Around tho building whil* '\
env b91ldl.9 la b.lq ....... '/
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4. Th bidder .11 hv 4 "priod not to .n.4 ISO day from th *wuddlpoB
... _........ ......... W11/1'/1fi
0' 0' and th.it
contract foe r.n.0.l 0' .11 .0111.0 .n
....... .. .
I Owen Joist Company of Florida iI I II ....i...Bhall.. ..be.11 in be l..pln........with.d o.th....*h ...*.city. Arty rquirnent.......... loll NO on.t.0ag.Ot Ma .... I.flliP1Ifi.; \0 e \0 %
wet b* rvnovd ._...*... ./1/P l t' \4:"1'Gj d 1\e.e\\

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Th* bldd..h.ll I M r.N1.1 to nrovid a $.00 pvrformanc bond orMml.r'a .,f......'. ooJo. ... .f/
.
.check tr.*eurr'ebid .1.91 or draft 0' any r.tlonal Or ..... $400. No .................l/l..'. ....."v.\:\ Oen: tv. .. e'
I I II bond i beino requited but the hoard ehtli expect bidder to ihow goad faith ..:.. \\ ) tot 0/1
NEEDSDHAI'TSMAN in fulfilling ...... pcopoanla. \,-. : -- aen: .

.. The *.......ful bidder ... ...tct aurhoriiatlon for convmnolna woi rk th. ._ day ; t ,Vtttut.: : '6 ya.: \ \6
I .. th* bid opening aforementioned. $/ tetact tiot te\\ 1 eiSir t trf11 a t k,
.......... ... "t1 e':(\o Iff
I TKAINKE.:. IliKh School graduate I 7. Th bilk..1.11 ahow evidence that he and/or OOMItnaured .>any properly ;?' v edt \'Ilft1\\1 ten
)
by *n acceptAbl inaurlnt agency in the following mannerA. o\
I preferable with some mechanical drawing and have '11\\\\ :wrth eprat hqt 1 .
I
Workman's ComnnatlonB -
completed military obligation. It \ 01'6 \\ o1\v.\\1'
z
Contractor'a Liahlliiyt 'o/eC3/ : S" oP : tkvown/ \ fir

I MAINTENANCE: : :MAN Must: have experience I Operation* -Llahllltyi B.. D.I. O.OOOtlOO.OOOP. 9JS.OOOOontreotual //J,; aa\ ,*, 'Pcft: \\ 1'tbenk 'j0\\ ve\ ana \\v.$et w\\l

with shop maintenance. Light electrical experience B. 0,00091OO.OOOp. : to 0\). : \ .t
e1we t
-> 819.000 fl y '61101 an:! V'geaa hf
I \ ,
helprul.I I .uu1d 6'6 l g. .,. .one:
1. Bid ahall b* aald and Markedt "Bid on Be-ovinq School Bulldlnt.11 \ \. ,1\a \ arj
,...... f W\' a b\\\1\e 3,et \ky,9ylleslea" artnag .e. ",1\a 4
APPLY>> TO ; 9. offle It additionAl* .*..n.Information.. la It mty h* obtained) by ODntactlnq this 0; b e. .'y1d 1S\\6. .' : pate:

I .. .. \lnppee; :meSlit' eo Pteevet w Omer' o\'U 9ie
10. Th* noaM r rve th rl-jht- to reject any all bid reped .
I OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA I ,'/ / cujt : of n' e)1\ 'fp
t
6MDrom cowry""" KMNO OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS } ,
I LINCOLN CITY ROAD I */; \ Your 1 eucc 5e:;natal: },v.\\1<;tbet 11\1 \0 'o/\\,w' ggln \\\e.', \
:Arj tAl ,{ ( 'rtVll }* ,nad o a .ene F'si .
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STARKE. FLORIDA -r "t totoe \teike e\Co11\ ,.: '
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L _ _ _ Sttnen 11\1 rofiel: wttn: {eel apt \0 :C'6. ytts: rave

P IC1COWAHY __ \. v.rua:sea and: ee\1\d r\en11\\e: ..a.a1 pets u lnl1' eo \a .rtre t\

..",...... ,, 1'a : } 'V.n \ : C' C. \\\e\1\ \0
GREEN'S GROCERY %. toLUYe$ S toe\" .T.vo\A dae1."t
CITY _|_irrTELEPHONE _ _ _ \ : .e' yun Mlta- : 1tudt
f \' ",0\0 \\6\- %
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UROOKER FLA. .... t \\1\ \
e riTIMIGHMVHS ma 11 1491 : \ \\\ ,1\a \\\e"l c.01z \
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W & D TRACTOR SALES I 'it WI the'n'1: 11\ )0"l vat ... \!c.e 0 t. .r7,:

Cili .:oE AND :SAMiOLRNCOFFEE /,; wi110r: reve \ette1uetrbtao:
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LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628 \v.f\O \)01\ "
uy uT: 1'1uCt7a -i.At
OLIVER TRACTORS \6 \\0
DKB.MONTE; LHJI1T p4i
; etc :'iIlen.:

3 CANS 10 DIFFERENT SIZES /i, \ l.1,1' .
CHUNK TUNA $1.00' Implements Sidewinder !Mowers Holland t 1

TrRn l1lantt'rs. Cole Planters John :c\.. .. .. <3.. ))I.... .. //7'"
'. \1\6 "LI'i'P'W. "
:32 OZ. KRAFTMIRACLE Blue. Ezee Flow and Others. *I, \ \.0\\ ,

WHIP -' TRACTOR REPAIRS on .".MAKES: & ;MODELS 1 _IIf;

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X ;;;: 100 EXTRA X ;1 STARKE ., 11/#/, /
g
; TOP VALUE STAMPS
T With Food Order Of T ;; PHONE 91)) 1.6200 ::

*= $5.00 Or More .:.:.:. -

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I Scrappy Live Oak Holds Tornadoes To 0-0 Tie Slated Tough Race For



..... u,. _. .. .., ... .. .....u.. ... ,...... "...'. Co...,... '. ., with pulled ligaments in his
Arch-rival Live Oak came within a face mask StaUsticeBIIS
penalty of whipping favored throwing arm. LO Competition: will be tough
Bradford and did
I High : .. He never got his first pass First Downs 13 8 the Bradfc'dIJ1ih
Saturday \\.len
succeed in making: the Tornadoes settle for a 0-0 tie '. '1J; ., attempt off as ball rolled out to Yds. Rushing 169 99 doss scut:try team cm-

game here Friday night. ; the right but met Bulldog Cliff Yds Passing 10 21 wl:1the top 20() Class
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It was the second shock for The Tornadoes stopped Hol- ,.'( : :, "" ". \. ..' ., '. .' .:. ...," ', '.., i oI.- :. Hunter. The Live Oak tackle Passes Complt. 1-7-1 3-10-0 AA, A. B, and: C schools in the
'ct "
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I the Tornadoes. The other wasa land for no gain up the middleon : '' ... ,','",..'.n\, ," ","Wjl"\/i.IIi;\/ ( ''''' '''''''.i:, '' I). .. J loss, tore loose. the ball, and Return Yds 32 11
2-0 loss to third down with two yardsto ;:\/ "
Bishop Kenny. .', 7),,'I' 1''i' !;1: : I 13 Invitational: :
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) ; grabbed It for the
i Bulldogs. 75
go. Then Hunter, again on :" I ':r. \ : Jji1; : ; Penalties Slecti: : on the basis of their
Bulldog; quarterback Charlie the power run around right \ f .. ) '.; >".,''',\' ,"'"lff..". >:,;,,':" 'J.";,:\.;",; ';''\\,,,,,;),,,i,:!'(f,:''"if/'II./\,. ,.\.", .I\ \", Hunter, with just under two Punts 5-31 8-31 stiergti: ths 20() ::inns invite:
Hunter scored from 20 yards end, twisted! out of a tackle .' E. : : f..),\ :: {".,:.'i,, ''",,' ,; ) '" ,. ,,,,"' ...,., C:' 'N'. ,' 'minutes left, hit his favorite to the Jacksonville inset are
'I target, split end Sammy War-
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out midway the third : ,.
period by Bradford's Tim Murpheyand :: ; '. from all ever the tate, avoiding -
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but the TD was nullified on out-raced BHS defenders N' "' ".. ".. .. .... .,. ,.. ren, but a hard BHS tackle GriddersSet to EllS Coach George Lo-
a penalty for pulling a Tornado Into the corner endzone. r' .. ..' knocked the ball from War- JV
face mask. That saved the The penalty for pulling a BH9 ," r ..;. .; .,. \ ., 'r.,.. f. .', ._.... ren's hands it rolled out of per.Top= ; seven EHS 1'1l1mrsho:!
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Bradford eleven from Its sec- face mask, however, pushedthe ,. ''"1 R .,.. '_, bounds before anybody could TonightFor wll be competing to win the
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ond loss of the season but left Bulldogs back to the Brad- 'r touch it at the Live Oak 47, meet: are Larry G.-een. L:::.>n.u.1 I Inaitctt.
Coach David Hurse dissatisfied! ford 25 yard line. Instead of attempting .. _. .',' _tit a two yard loss. PalatkaBaby Etby::> : PiU.s::; j.m-

with a 2-1-1 mark to date.It to run the ball Live -I .. >, "' .. Buckner got two yards up my Lo\N2-y.: Randy H.>,IJs.

facing also Bolles.leaves the palatka Tornadoes and: Into Oak's the Clayton endzone Johnson, where punted BHS ,. ., :;,,' ,.,.... : -----"'I.-.:.... ._<<__.__.._...,._' __,__,._.m.m_.....-.;.;,/_.__.._._ ,..'.: ,.,".... ,': _. .____ the stopped middle him.but Hunter BHS'tried Bill to Buby go Tornado grlddsrs will Richard:: lop Fill BUS and cross Dumy countiy.B.\siOisen. .

Perry In a tough three-ln-a-row took over at the 20. but BUS take on Lough Palatka hers tonight
to the air again, in Ricky: Flick
Tornado end Tom Marks tackles up with the football, but it wasn't a Is closing on
series with much Johnson' punting large (Thursday, Oct. 16)) at 7pm.
a worse record was a fumble. Alvarez and Tim Mur- tackle, Danny Jackson, who BHS lecoid if 12:6 fr the :-\u>
Jimmy
than the 4-0 Hurse had factor in the deadlocked con- Bradford Field. .
plagued the Live Oak signal on : ,
Live Oak's Charlie Buckner andends male; exert.:: Cach: Lpa& .mY'
wanted to take into the heavy test, pushing the Tornadoes phey, SI- are around but not needed. caller all night, got in to toss The Tornadoes:: should be Gtecn, a Li:saman; has rue: a
part of the 1969 schedule. After deep Into their own territory him for a seven yard loss. ready for the Braves Coach:: 10:43.:
Perry, which is homecoming at time after time. Tornado play- Jake Biailey:: says. The BHS -
Othjr:: BHS runners: comptin
BHS the Tornadoes must still ers several times had oppor- Johnson punted with about backs have been looking pretty but
face Fernandina, Lake City, tunities to return the punts! but 40 seconds left and BHS' Tom good this! week, the coach: to impio\3; their times
and Orange Park.Friday's allowed them to roll dead. ill (Marks was called for roughingthe says The Tornado offense has .whose :races will net: cu"t to
contest was one of Johnson kicked eight times .Y kicker. The 15-yard penalty been moving lha ball in the \\'.11''Imhl\ : ale Larry Hicks: I ICi
H ill 1! 111.1
Rec'.Ush.:
Mjrshman
punts and stymied offense. for 31 yards, same average as would not have given the Bull- past two games although it DjvfclMei'j l
Neither team) got within the 30 the Tornadoes but includedwere dogs a first down, due to Jack hasn't scoied. But, Bradley >ib2tt. Tim Stalling
D)11.hlK
yard line of the other exceptfor boots of 63 and: 45 yards. son's throwing Hunter for the says the BAS def n91J has been : \ Stave Fetch
jgl" yard loss, and Live Oakrefused >'3, Lon: :Miming. :M.ke: Oliver.
Live Oak's TD drive In the The Tornado running game seven giving: too much yardnge.
< Riul3aou Oel.l1\) \
Gene :
third period which was nulli was effective for .short distances the penalty Personnel! have been switched -
RnJ')'r.
Smith. Jln D"ughu.
several times, but could : thIs weak in nn attempt to: :
fied.That Taking over with 33 seconds lines.. GICK Doiu-
dan. Tony
came right after 'the never penetrate* very deep into sttensthn the defense. Coach
to .
Norman went
remaining. las Lea ClySs! Hum.IceSp.uks.
kick-off to begin the third per- Bulldog ground. "; Bl'adtbsays.. The B-qiad runs Jo..y
the air. He missed Bernard
Hush St pl\l'.ls.
iod. The Bulldog's Charlie Early In the second period! Brown on a short attempt, the same 4-4-3 :tslerse as the! nm
Buckner returned the short BHS drove 38 yards from their throwing the ball too low. But varsity but ifa taking: the
BHS kick 11 yards to his 44. own 22 to the LO 40, getting even with the Injured arm. young players longer to:: catchon
Quarterback Charles Hunter three first downs. Most effec- Norman hit Tom Marks on 19 to it. the coach: said. SFJC Soccer
began the half with a power tive plays were the option on Christy Chandler and Dale Johns Last week the Baby Torna.
the referee, in the Live Oak contest yarder for the only BHS com-
the fullback dive the middleor Lake City 22-0 and
does lost to
run around right end for six up
22, block for Jimmy Alvarez behind pletion. The Santa Fe College soccer
to the halfback off tackle. week b fJI'e thy last 2'.-0
the :
yards, then repeated the same
From the BITS 35 Norman term, Wednesday, Oct. 8, lost
play for seven yards. The pow- But with a first t Jfcwn{ at the period. quarterback most of the night the BHS 25. stayed In the air, the clock tick- to Orange P.uk.: They will b3 Its opening game to the University -
er end run with three blockersIn Live Oak 40, fullback Christy and The BHS quarterback looking for their fiistvin LO. Soccer Club
Hunter, from mIdfIeld tour- he missed seven of 10 slipped ing away. He missed one at- of Florida
front of him was to be Chandler got only three yards ed his right end behind a bevyof throws. Hunter didn't gO to down on another keeper at tempt, then went for broke night. by a score of 3-0, accordingto
Hunter's most successful drive .up the middle before running blockers for 12 yards anda the air nearly as much 03 ex- tempt. But Dale Johns got 16 seconds left. Coach John McCluskey.The .
On I Ihr nay: I" I'Ml'hr" au'
before the Tornadoes brought it Oak into a Bulldog tackler. Live first down at the BHS 38. He pected. five up the Bulldog middle and Trying a bomb with Tom ir\ in :am' (firM. (hur dal" i II I next Santa Fe game will
under Control with shoutel: Instructions helped out with an offsides With a first down at the Alvarez went over right tackle Marks in the clear behind the the Florida Instituteof
next tried left end but got only niillrlt' ail' if M nil ;i'ir I I'1'1r ; '' be against
the Tornadoes
from BHS coacheson penalty leaving three before he met!; the Tornadoes Tornado 33 Hunter tried an- for seven and another first Bulldog defense, Norman was tuony: i<<> long ris lilt' .pre! Technology In Melbourne on
only two yards short of a first
the sidelines. Benjy Moxley and Mike other pass, but It was jarredout down. far short of h's m-irk.: LiveOak's "('anu'nersial."' October 18.
From the BHS 42 Larry Hol- at the Bulldog 36. Halfback Norman. BHS captain stoppedthe of the receiver's hands un- Norman lost three on another Larry Holland intercepted
land went up the Tornado mid- Jimmy Alvarez was stoppedfor : Bulldogs up. the middle der a hard tackle by BHS' Tim keeper try at right end, but and returned the ball to the
dle for 20 yards before he was no gain over the right side, after three, and on the next Murphey. The Bulldog receiver 'Alvarez got 10-plus yards over Live Oak 44 where he was tack-
\stopped at the 28 by BHS' JIm- 'then spilled for a four yard: play, third down, the Bulldogswere incurred a personal foul after the Bulldog right tackle again. led by Jimmy Alvarez to end FOLLOW THE GATORS
my Alvarez. Hunter then kept loss on the option pitch around penalized 15 yards for the play was dead, however, The BHS halfback then got sev- the game.
for three up the middle where right end. holding. and got his team pushed backto en yards and a first down at
BHS' Rudolph Perkins made Still using the power run Hunter went to the air and the Bradford 44. the Live Oak 49. He went over BHS won the war of statis- THIS FALL OVER RADIO
the stop at the 25. The Live around right end as their bread hit a 15 yarder to split end BITS tackle stopped that left tackle, fumbled the pig tics If not the game. The Tornadoes -
Oak quarterback then circled and butter play, the Bulldogs Sammy Warren for the first drive then by tackling Hunter skin, but recovered for the had 13 first downs to WPXE ALL GAMES!
right end for five yards before made their only other move down. It was one of three passes on a pass attempt for a 13 gain. eight for Live Oak and 169
:Mike Norman made the stop that could be considered' he completed. A BIIS rush yard loss Even a 15 yard pen Dale Johns got five, to the yards rushing to 99 for LO. Alvarez COURTESY
at the BUS 20. a threat early In the fourth hurried the accurate throwing alty for roughing the kicker Bulldog 41, on first down. led the runners with 67 BILL POWELLInsurance
didn't yield a first down. Live But with 2:01: left in the yards in 13 attempts, a 4.9
Onk's Johnson punted to the game Norman tried to go to yard average. Johns had 40 and Real EstateSeniorCkss
BUS eight yard line. the air, injured arm and all yard average. Johns had

Bolles Best Ever Injured Norman BHS replaced quarterbackMike junior He has been out two weeks Chandler 27 In ,six tries.


Dean Johns with 7:16: left in S ..-
the game thn Tornadoes begana
41 yard drive from their IS,

: BHS Coach Says the where Bulldog Chandler punt to.had returned

'A holding penalty on the first
play pushed BAS back to LO
This is the year for Bolles team. Quarterback Chip Skin- a four deep pass defense. But VA yard lire. Norman kept
to howl, "the best team they've ner, 165-12, is of their best they fire up to the line Imme- around left end for three
ever had," Bradford Coach football players and all their diately If they see the flow of yards then got 14 more at i I1a
David Hurse puts 1C backs and receivers are fast. the play going their way. right end, for a first down at
Probably their four best play- :i! ii.fl, .-. of 197O 1
His Tornadoes will be a definite ers are right end Steve Wal- Q
underdog as they go against ter, a 200 pound senior. lIe
a Bulldog team bigger has good hands, Is fast despite t
SCOTT'SMobile I II Ij
than they In Jacksonville at his size, and Is a good .l
8 p.m. tomorrow. blocker. !
Chris a 220
Regas Order
Anytime they desire the Bull- Tackle Your
senior, Is probably the
pound
In 195 pound
dogs can put a Home SalesHIGH '
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the
fullback and a 195 halfback. top rated player on I \
The tackles and tight end weighIn dog eleven. isetoughnthde
at 235, 220, and 200 pounds. uest blocker, INVITATIONS't
tense, and Is fast and quick.
Bolles also has seven boys
with three years experience.The Regas is labeled agressive by QUALITY
Bulldogs have a good Tornado scouts. lie Is also a
line and are a good passing team co-captain. t
Fullback Bob Davis Is underrated MOBILE From The t

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II VI met with an architect recently at Hampton Baptist Church. charge at Ft. Bennlng, Ga., he Brannen during the trip. Ala since Mr. Long was transferred! .
Hunting Laws Held InvalidIn and after discussion at: last The evening worship service plans to return to his home In Brannen Is to fly from Mont- by the Navy back 'to JaCkson:0:,;
HAMPTON Thursday's meeting plans was concluded:with slides showIng Atlanta Ga., with: his wife. gomery to his station at villa from Memphis Tenn. Mr. a
were set to tear out the front the youth ranch and a Roy Morgan, who has been Randolph. AFB. 'San Antonio and Mrs. Dennis Farmer, who y
Ruling By State Court and raise the Inside "carport" fellowship hour with refreshments here several weeks with his Texas. Visiting Sunday with had been living In the Long S
Supreme By Mrs."- D. K. Std section so that the two fire engines >> followed the service.. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs the Brannens at their Bedford house! while they were away
: may be driven In from lie was accompanied by Mr. Dan Johnson, left Monday for Lake home were Miss! Jessie have moved to Arkansas.Mr. .
The Supreme Court of Florida Ings and breach of the peace. the main street.Measurements. Parker of Melbourne and both' Takoma, Washington, where May Brannen of Bartow and and Mrs. E. L. Brown 'II;
bas ruled that hunting on Sun. Brantly {Concluded "It U No school for students this remained overnight as guestsof he will be working la an army Mrs T. F. Brown of Hampton. and family and: her sister .,.
day in the State Is lawful unless every' sportsman's moral as show that Mr. and Mrs. James hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. !Mlsner Mrs. Charles Snowden and sons -
prohibited by regulationsOf ;well 'els l legal responsibility to I(Friday. Oct. 17It.s a 'teachers' there is room for both fire Broome of Gainesville.: Mr. and Mrs.. M. M. Matchett and children of Gainesville of Gainesville were picnicking
day I
.the Game and Fresh Water govern his activities! in such a planning trucks In the building side by October 25 is set for a youtH returned home Wednesdayfrom were Sunday visitors at the at Crescent Beach last weekJ'j..
Fish' Commission, according. ,to waye I us.tp not interfere ,with PTA CARNIVAL OCT. 23 aide, with room left at the rally at the church with Ron a vislit with their son home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. end. :"
Major Robert Brantlsy, Northeast the rights of others." Plans for the annual Hampton rear for a meeting room. Rellly and 'teen-agers from and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Parker, celebrating Mr. Park- Mrs. L. A. Wynn was able to '\t
Region Manager for the Elementary PTA carnivalon Trinity Baptist' Church In Jacksonville Mrs. Wayne Matchett and er's birthday which fell on return home Monday after a
Services Held :scheduled to be in in Island N. Y. this week, Oct. 14. v
Commission. Saturday !next week Oct. Volunteer labor Is plannedfor family Cong Tuesday week In Bradford County Hos- .
Effect of the ruling renders For Mr.Swift. 25, are nearly complete with a the remodeling job. with, Hampton.A They made the trip by plane Marcia Kay and Patty Slade pltal for treatment.Mr S
all State and local laws pro. 88 variety of food booths, rides most of the materials needed revival at Hampton Baptist and. Mrs. Cargo Williams took daughters of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Vlncett and! .'
Robert Adams Swift ,
Mr.
!Jiibltlng hunting on Sunday invalid costume judging etc., plannedfor already on hand. Saturday's Church Is to begin Monday them to thjp Jacksonville airport Vernon Slade of Sanderson family of Jacksonville were .,
when ..they conflict with Starke. died Friday followinga the evening. work Included removing the October 27, at 7:30: with for thejfrip.Mr. spent last weekend here with Sunday visitors with Mr. and
Commission regulations.: sudden illness. !Mrs. Janice Hall chairman front doors and windows, and meetings each evening, through andvIrs. Raleigh Bran- their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Kennan and: fam- "
In handing down the ruling Born In' Liverpool Englandon the of the booths, said that. the following adjoining brick mortar and that week with Dr. John Hullas nen drove Ji& Ardel Brannento 'Mrs. V. J. Slade. Ily. .;
Dec. 24, 1882, he was
the court declared the Game were scheduled: Mrs. stucco construction on the evangelist according to Montgomery. Ala. 'this week Mr. and Mrs Ronnie Long Mrs. Jean Morris attended a '
and Fresh Water Fish Com- son Florence of the Hume late! Robert Swift. A. and Eileen Raley fishpond; (Mrs. front. When the floor of the Melvin Hamel pastor of the following huBftTrlough at home have returned to their home Sarah Coventry conference in ..

mission has. exclusive authorityIn Mr. Swtt was a retired seaman Margaret Crawford cake walk; section from the old gaspumpto church. and visited relatives of Mrs. near Hampton on Highway 301, Orlando on Saturday.

setting hunting season dates and a member of the Mrs. Joyce Collins and Mrs. the doorstep is filled In with - ,
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and regulations. First Baptist Church of Starke Wessie Saxon country store; concrete, a ramp is to be ad- THERON COLLINS MARRIED h
Commission regulations per and a Mason. Francis Meng pony rides; Bil- ded to the south for drivingthe Theron Collins and Sylvia <
mit hunting on Sunday during Surviving are one daughter: ly Hall shooting galley; Mrs. trucks into the /building. Massey were married in the .-. ...<
open !season .throughout the Mrs. Aimee B. Prandl of Joan Mowry bottle 'throw; Both the east and west ends Christian Church in Jacksonville Ji fE l l.f.rtfIj
Mrs. Helen Hersey, dart-bal Saturday October 4. Mr.
''State. Starke; one! sister: Mrs. MabelB. of this section will be walled "
,
Bra n t 1 y emphasized that LaRue of New York City. loon game; Mrs. Grace Searle In with concrete blocks, accord. Collins is a native of Hampton ....'.',':,'.. .
while hunting on Sunday is lawful and a niece: Mrs. Winifred dodger game; Mrs. Carlle Mae ing to the plans.: and the twin brother of --
YJ
hunters should .os extremely Barringer Springfield Ill. Triest. penny pitch; Mrs. Jo Wallace Collins. Mr. and Mrs. :,New cars arecomin'
careful to avoid hunting Services were held Sunday Williamson ring pull. Mrs. Thirteen Hampton area volunteers Wallace Collins attended the 'ryp! :
near churches or other areas from the First Baptist Church. Alice Faye Waters and Mrs. were present for the reception following the cere- 1.... w 'tl( the"
where! their activities may disturb Ruth :Meng are In charge of meeting at Hampton city hall mony at the church. ? and
Burial was in the family plot .: '
food. Thursday evening. They asked
other citizens. State laws in Crosby Lake Cemetery under PERSONALSMr.
specifically prohibit the dis- direction of DeWitt C. that anyone having furniture ''Zr" best Auto Loans
WORK ON FIREHOUSE to donate for the meeting room and Mrs. Ed Sullivan and f
iturbance of religious gather- Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Into It
Work was begun Saturday on section at the back of 'the children moved recently
remodeling the building at the building to contact Fire Marshal the home to the west of the 51are: here 5 r
corner of Navarre Ave., and Willlard Thomas. cluster of homes at Hampton 1
Division! st.which Lake. They formerly lived In
FLORIDA THEATRE for many '" ,: :
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years was Saxon Grocery and CHURCH NEWS Georgia .... '. Ift' ,,
then Horne's-store-into a fire- Rev. Jimmy Hinkle of Shiloh Mike Reed was taken to Brad. "4;.:
Showtime--Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00 house. Members of the Hampton Youth Ranch Vero Beach was ford County Hospital In Starke \ .

Volunteer Fire Department guest speaker Sunday evening Friday for treatment. -, .... .
__u Sunday guests at the home of '" "
FRI.. SAT OCT. 17. 18 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn at A *RF
Hampton Lake were Mr. and ,
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Mrs. J. P. Hazen of Ocala, and tiJrt..f
301 DriveInSHOW Ted Duncan of Gainesville and >
NO.1 NO. 2ELVIS Perrll Turner of Jacksonville ,{;t,7f

Mrs. Mary Watterson and Miss ., .
afM.rc.nilgIIGIAS1411tfNffPRINNIfIMINrww( I'' II I Myrtle Watterson of Hampton.Mr. Jl.,;,
PRESLEY TIME IS SUNDOWN and Mrs. Lakeland Leg- if r l.' You better believe it, friends for saving .
estie of Hampton Lake were
shows you how lo ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students. 60c Jacksonville visitors last week- .!It? i.i.::: time and saving money on the total cost of .

LlVEALlTYLEAVE Children Under 12 Free end.Mr. you new '70 car, yqu'll find our allinclusivebank

A LITYLE United Arnete and Mrs. Joel R. Smith n auto loans really great! Great for the
FRI., SAT., SUN. OCT. 17, 18, 19 and family of Jacksonville visited '
here Sunday win Mr. and .:i reduced 69 models, too! :
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Mrs. J. G. Adkins, and they '
SUN., :MON.. TUBS. -- OCT." 10, 20, 21 drove to Ocala to vls'.t! Mr. and Come in an ask NOW!

My Side Of The MountainFamily Mrs.daughter.Calvin Mrs.Richard Adkins spent and J

Jacksonville last
BYE BABY BUNTINGArHultiTilUG four days in
wax EntertainmentIN week with her daughter Mrs.
Smith. JFLORI"DA

COLOR Mr. and Mrs. John Crews
are the parents of a daughter
PLUSStuart born Saturday. October 11. at
NAS hospital, Jacksonville.
Mrs. Crews is the former Georgia 'BANK AT STARKE
...The must be Millar
gam* played, presents Rahme, and Mr. and Mrs.

in In fun. George Rahme of Hampton are
not
jest, nor
PAPER UON :
grandparents.Lane Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The stakes are quite simple. Clark son of Mr. and
Technicolor Umm
The life of her son. : J> rii is Mrs. Prank Clark of Hampto'' One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
I ,I C A T R C Lakeexpected to leave Vietnam
with his army reserve unit
early this week. After his dls t >
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SAVE q FINE ARTREPRODUCTIONS
By: Cathy tel.,.,, r

'W I > eek e hw)0f \
, CHURCH NEWS I hk : tIi r /

I The OA'a will start having \ tt' VAIID ONLY Od,16.12
t their meetings every second I
e and fourth Tuesday of the 139 tI
.s month, starting Oct. 13. Masterpieces by the world's greatest fit.

The WMU meet Monday Oct. artists, can now enhance your own home! Choose rT T
, a at the home of Mrs. Almaeta 2 F1R
1 Sparks. Refreshments were from among tho most famous paintings of all time! 1 o'NE' 1611 x stuyl deml pshtuewt eeI t

jerved. 511h sill Imlhu d TS or mots 4j

VISITORSMrs. I 1) Additional prints availableGet !' vatwett IswoarN99
( Clyde Odom. Mr. and!
Mrs. Earl Odom. and Miss L COUPON
, Hilda. Glenn all of Branfordwere other magnificent fine art
dinner guests of Mrs. '''' -
':
reproductions-at a fraction of
SAVE 50 -
!%
Merle Starling Tuesday night. S
their normal retail value.
Mr.( and Mr*. W. H. Tyre of R00 p 570a
Lake City visited with their
daughter Mrs. Janet Starling
Sunday. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
Miss Sherle Starling celebrated Ae
her birthday with a slumber '
ROUND ROAST ORSTEAK
party and a cookout.
Lee Sparks also celebrated
Ibis birthday. Mr. and !Mrs.
Bobby Dyal and family were a
there.J. .
A. Grlttla celebrated his
birthday with his brother-in-
law Ed Clayton of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff !elF
and family visited with Mrs.
Irene Ratllff Sunday.
VISITS MADE
Mr. and Mrs. Davis and
family along with Mary I jog WHITI RIOUIAM LB
Broughton and Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Davis visited '''their CampIn SLI. BACON.,69'
Ocala over the weekend.Mr. A
!( and Mrs. Tom Lefevers
visited with his brother John r
Lefevers and his wife In Ft. QuonMty Rights Reierved Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednetday Oct 16.22
Lauderdale over the weekend. .......' _-.....,._ WINN.DIXII STORES.INC. -COPYRIOMT' 1969 ...._ __...,4I


JMIclalClttutt t. Thf <<:Clvetlt Court Ot ...lo..I..Ja KlKkth I W-D BRAND LEAN \ W-D BRAND.CHUB PACK S-Ct. CRACKIN' OOOD CANNED I W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE \:

Ad fa Br.4 .rd Count N.Y. STRIP
CIVIL ACTIONCASE 89 Biscuits. 3/25 SWO
Sand.., Elaine NO. usa Firlcle. Pl.1ntlft Gc. Beef Gr. Stew. ... .
-v.. Roy Thompson Plrkle,
I. BRAND LEAN OROUND..PIu, lOOFree Stamp ..'ONM'N"N..O.'OUN a fi STEAK

NOTICB"OF PERT You Ar y* Hereby Thompson SUITNO Notified Plrkle PHO-that Beef 5 Las. $2.89 Leg-0-Lamb* I I

*n action for divorce I ha been
filed against you Roy Thomp. I USDA ChoJc.W-D irand Corn PodflrlolnRiberiopand. 3-1/3 lb .USDAOrade'A'JENNIE-OOuickFroienTurkey ,

son Anchorage Flrkle.,to 1128 Alaeka.serve E. 10th and a you Avenue arerequired of = $ 99 Steak $1.19 Roast $2.99 39 =

your to It. written on the def.plaintiff""'.....COry any attorney . Lti. . | $

whose name and addrusi. ... .... i if 'i
Box Starke. 1 USDA .Mw..m.'Iu.or T- USDA Choice' W-D Brand Corn Fed Round Bone Shoulder.
*1ra.or.ndPi3 the origlnaiwith I I 1 0 1
the clerk of the above Steak $1.29 Roast 89* \
before October
styled court on or
to. 1899. -otherwlae a Judgment . . LB.
entered against
may be
\
you for the relief demanded LBS USDILCholc.W.DRrsndCorn Fed Pol 1-Lb.IREAKSTONICalif.. Style, Creamed Collage *
the Witness complaint, my or petition.hand and 'the i *
.eal of said. Court on September Roast .69 Cheese 29 1't LB. "
12. 1989. y.- .. . . . .
(SEAL) ...

As Charles Clerk Beulah: of A.M.said Darby Moody Court .- .... ._""

.By..... Deputy Clerk 946t 10.18 ... 4muuIpp M. ., CHASE & SANBORN ALL GRINDS '

Ia.Tme ClTcmlt- Court Elcathaeii "/ t" t
WHITE ARROW
.. Circuit Ot Florida I
.
ABd F.rCIVIL CASE NO.ACTIONIy 811t LDe'genCOFFEE
John Edward Thornton Plain.tiff.
-v.Oladyc Elizabeth Bleach \
Pickett Thor.ton, Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT NO PROPERTY -

TO, Oladye Elizabeth> Plckett 11..111 _/uoo.....,.p..h.....".d''........".. I IE LIMIT ONE COFFEE YOUR CHOICE WITH $'. OR MORE PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES L.....'2.,,,00., "G'.p...,.'.."I.d''.."'.'.""
"rou'Ar. Hereby Notified thatan I I II
action .for Divorce has been
beth filed Plckett against Thorn.ton you Gladys. and.Ellia-you GIANT BOX I I I
of
are required to serve a copy ARROW

to your It. 0"written whose the defenses plaintiff''b'r'r.a:If: any attorney '.- I DETG. I "
H.
dress i* Honorable ASTOR All GRINDSCOFFEE

clerk Pierce;of the heerorignalrl J03-Z05.above N.styled with.Templeandnfile courton M0 the l 4 9 c e !If Astr( c V J GALE t 1 V j

or before October 20. 1969. GIANT
otherwise a Judgement may B.. 9 ..
I
the relief I
entered against you for | ox
demanded the complaint e .
; IL' 49c
"' petition.WITNESS' the .. LB .
hand and '
.
my CAN
seal of said Court on September '' -1I CAN .. ..
.. .
18. 1969. I ... ...
(SEAL) .
A.Charles::Clerk of A.said Darby Court .. 4IIII : .. ':
By Beulah 111. Moody HELLMANN'S 7O-.DIxiiDAIUNOtars.Family' While Laal PINEBREEZE

A. Deputy-Clerk 9sat 10.11 \ Bread 4/89* SteW: 3/$1 J GR. 'A' FRESH FLA. ALL WHITE M.DIUMi

!. The County Jadtce's Cemrt . .. .
..ODradferd, C..t7. Florida.Ia Mayo ,.
.. .. \
Probate No. -* k> ARROW ASS? FACIAL 14-os.LIMY

In NOTICE Re Estate Simpson OF of PROBATETo Isabel D.c"ued.MaryFernandas i Tissue 5/l. Catsup .5/$ 10 Eggs

The -Estate All Persons Of Said Interested Decedent In: t..itlw/UOO..h..d.' . . II
You are hereby notified thata I H Jumbo ARROW WHITE PAPER Na. 303 Can LIBBV CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL

to Mary written be the. Fernandas Instrument Last Will Slmpnon purporting.: ,* I deceased .. Towels. 4/l.1 Corn /$ S $

probate, In has this been Court.admitted You are to. i DEEP QUART SOUTH JAR f .. . .

calendar hereby commanded month from within the date sl MAYO 'N..z-1/!Can THRIFTY, MAID BARTLITT 19-1/3... SLICK

and notice of the show to first appear publication cause In If this any of Court you this 39c Pears 3/l. Dog FoodlO/89 \ /

can Court In why admitting the action said of Willto thla 1 :. . DOZ.
probate should not stand un- el' 4a-o. THRIFTY PINEAPPLI-ORAPEFRUIT Sos. ARMOUR DIAL

r.vok.d.THFRON: A. YAWN
County Judge In and tor Brad- Drink. 4/$1. Deodorant..59'U.S. y
.
for County FloridaBy -UART . .
Betty C. PhillIp. __ _

EUGENE 142 Eugene West F.F.Call SHAW Shaw Street -- -- -- --

.
Starke. Florida*
for Executrix H H
Attorney 10.11 No. 1 REGULAR ASTOR DELICIOUS=
MORTON ALL FLAVORS MM $ H
I. the. Brrdfor4 Ceart 'Count The,.CeeatyJudge. Flo.-

''Ida.Im: *ea"**?:in.. .t Liieretla R..g..n. Potatoes TORI Orange Jce

-. To .AU*'O..eI.Said Claims("..,E.f....-".or.and DemsadeAY"03" Per.Maria .... Cream Pies

and each of you are

Which hereby may hate t YOU notified acalnet olOS. ..and either the required estate demand of you.!ofLucretla to* f-Lb.... FROZEN FRENCH FRY JONATHAN 3 120.. 9 9 c
H. Green. deceased late I 0 CANS
of said County to the County POTATOES 69 <
APPLES..51BS'.59
County
Flofida.I at of his Bradford oflce: In the courthouse .. ."
of. said County six at ?*::::':; B-as.OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY ASTERN RED DELICIOUS

Florida.months publication troln within of.'mand the this time notice.shall of be Each first In LB BAG C MEAT PIES..6/l. APPLES .. .. 11 /89C*
inland Placeof :
writ residence and II1J-tt.oW: address OCOMA CHICKEN, SWEET JUICY RED TOKAY 6 6-oz.
of the claimant and shall *
the claimant. DINNERS. EACH38c GRAPES 19 CANS
hla be sworn.: ""mhlr to -.tJ"m":1cl bv and not any*o'Mlffif'tf .. . . LB.

: I .............................. ....................... ................................. .............................. -
trator of the acre"Estate; A.ot tuor.'I. : EXTRA :r EXTRA : .EXTRA :' EX.-RA. :. XTRA : .

H.lent Oreen publication Deceased.10-2-J9:: MM : I d7t GREEN: .STAMPS ::1 I ( GUtEN: .STAMPS : I dx GREEN.STAMPS : I I *( GREEN STAMPS. ?:, I I dyl GREEN. '. STAMPS. : i .
i [1 -II*<*IVt4M MtlPOM* >vlM M W H MldltAtl*< <*tj<* HI( *t* *
.
:i A CL PKG. ONI *... 16.1 LYSOL : TWO HA 01 A'FIESHWHOll :?. 5 IS PKO : .: .: ;: .:
: CAINA"ON I W DOWOVEPa TOILIT IOWI : W Ol CUT UP : .471 WDBRANOLEAN : .. .0
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ENVELOPES. i SlINOERact CLEANER ,.. CLEANER i FRYERS GROUND BEIFOOOO -- '
PAYROLL .
J.-'" I :' ..-; 1 MC" .x.'0" .NttNHX aNRRt.EXTRA HaJIIHGRf aeEE11
Bradford County Telegraph.I I aooolNeu...... ......22. j OOOO.,, .,THSU., OCT_ 21, o00DrNeuar.It... ,.,.... ...... No e OOOO.,., ..IMIU. .OCT...7J i .... TMIU. .OCT....21. NI'111. MI'llt NF971. NI'1ll
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: :: rrr-i. iiTGL Ex..YA.4. :?r EX.-AA.f':' EXT :f E HT-W/V :

t VICTOR ACARER: Add ELECTRIC Machines TALLY., with : I del..GRFEN. STAMP : I I 671.. EN.STAMPS : I dTJ GREEN.STAMPS : I I dT t."g GREEN M*..*.UMilll STAMPS MW*WKM.M M :,! I I dx. nr.x.GREEN..x.STAMPS.. r.x..., :;' I I dl..GREE! !'i?TAMP x .N Y* i

subtraction. SPECIAL. thUi. 'll- TWO aoxlS':1 ONI HOIMIL' tWO PEW ESKIMO i ONE Ht W OCMornotitf :: riVI 10... PEG :, II SO WORTH OPL .
: : : ASIOH CHOPP1OOJ.EAF HALIOWICN
Ideal for loo1T.00W tf' CUll IIBONELESS ICI CMAM W dW l :
month only ".M. : MANDIWRAPOOOO : HAM : SANDWICHIS' STiAKITTIS:1: SPINACH :, CANDY.i
a\' ill
home or light office work.-tf :.Li 2 ...,,,THIU. .OCT.....22'. 1"S' OOOO..,...TMIU,.. OCT...nNo :. f'.fS: OOOO......TMIU...._OCT._...n. :, : : No 10 OOOO... .IMIU..... .OCT...Jl. L.: : No II.OOOO. .TMIU.OCT.. .2J:1:., IJ OOOO.. ., .THIU. ..OCT.....11a .:
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Our editorial' Public Invited To Lecture Series


At Santa Fe Junior College"A


} Day at Santa Fe", ayear- one "day" to make a formal
long series of public addresses presentation on "The Major
and seminars by 13 nationally- Issues Confronting America's
known junior college leaderswas Junior Colleges" and to serveas
announced this week by consultants to the CollegeIn
President Joseph W. Fordyceof their particular areas .
Santa Fe Junior College. of specialization.
Designed to provide the community "We are expecially: pleased," '

Not A Pork Chop IssueOne ; and the college an'opportunity Dr. Fordyce went on "that
to hear and consult the series will be inauguratedby
with these outstanding educa- Dr. Edmund J. Gleazer,
tors, the series will also adda Executive Director of the A-
unique additional dimension merican Association of Junior
arrea the Gainesville
newspaper,
to the College's long range Colleges probably the out-
,
Even the basic claim of
economy
Daily Sun;: last week likened the small '.
study of "Santa Fe In the 70's, standing leader In the junior
and
efficiency which would result .
county fight against the county mer- Dr. Fordyce said. college movement." :-
ger proposal of Duval llep. John Cri- from such mergers is unproved. / "These speakers are out- Dr. Fordyce added that Dr.

der to a fight against progressive leg- From the closeness the small county standing In their particular Gleazer will make his addressat
islation resident now enjoys with his local fields," Dr.Fordyce commented the Holiday Inn on 1-75 on
by the now defunct "Pork >:: : : "and we feel extremely for- 28 at 8 '
government it seems absurd for any- : fj S. Tuesday, October p.m.
Chop Gang.: one to tell us that service would be ; 1\1\\J\\\j tunate to be able to have them "These lectures will be opento .
visit Sante Fe and give us the the general public," Dr. '
improved if our county seat were mov- :::1 benefit of their wide experienceand Fordyce concluded "
and all
At least that was the meaning we ed to Lake City. \ P Tit4s1r lfi .:..; :rJII.i: 1. .'. 1'>,'. knowledge." friends of Santa Fe are cor-
read intro the article by Duane Brad- j / t: Dr. Fordyce said the speakers dially Invited to attend"
will visit the College for
ftA>
ford of the Sun's Capital Bureau in (
Tallahassee: The mere fact that per capita coats
r
of local government might be less in ., I._." .
;':"""' :':IiIJJy.i.. .!".":..1.:. FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REIIABILITATION PROGRAM
,
some large counties than in some small ; ;'.'I'I-:: rI"" .. '

Until now we have not referred ones does not make us want to move,' ,. ; :'::.?' ';':" ;' '"!. : -

editoriallly to the consolidation proposal. either. All things considered, it mightbe ; J ryr;. alco'S'S'SBy

But to tie the present small county more beneficial to pay a little more & ', ..'....."., .. ..,. ." ...,,,,.,. ......." 'u'.. ; ;
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and -- .: c
fight against the merger proposal with keep government closer to home. ., '" ;" ..1!'!!. ; '
the old "pork choppers" seems to us We do not deny that the atmospherein ::1.t :::;.: i sf
: : .
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more than a little far-fetched. Duval or Dade County is much dif- : .. .. .. ,,- : top ,
ferent from Bradford County. That'sone ._ ..I ,., ;I.. ..... .. ::."", ,;, .

reason we live here to begin with ..............,...-.E.. ,+y''t::rr.nM. ...,\,."...,.' _:::::. ...-.0\.1. ......... .., PAUL C. FORAKER '..
Present alignment of the Florida :. .. ." ... Editor, Information Services

legislature, as everybody knows, hea- .4 __ ........., '_"" ...., ............. ...
vily favors the larger counties since We have attempted, as far as possible ._.. ,----- Roots of alcoholism often go The family and churchill

the state has reapportined under the in such an issue, to keep an open back to early childhood, and influence the individual's attitude -
Truth
one-mam-one-vote mandate of the U. S. mind about the merger proposal. If the Generally Lies Under the SurfaceThe thus applying principles of good and the school certainly

Supreme Court. There can be, there- proposal indeed offers advantages of mental health is one of the most should not be overlooked as an

fore, no fight in the Legislature even both efficiency and economy it will true facts about anythingare probe beneath the appearances of alcoholism.If important .aspects of preventing ideal scientific place facts for on giving alcohol.the child

resembliing the old Pork Chop Gang. be difficult for us, in the end, to turn schoolis
seldom and
thumbs down. pure never simple. things to their deeper, often hid- a child can be raised to be- We feel that junior high

Facts often are deeply hidden, like den meanings and connections. come a self-reliable mature, a good time to because offer these it is
facts on alcohol
Therei I is little doubt that if most the seven-eighths of an iceberg There are all kinds of news- and sufficient Independent amount person of self-disci with a during these years that many .

of the !large county legislators look But we also realize that the amount: which always lie under water. and all kinds of pline it is unlikely he "ill become children are first tempted to
with fawor on the consolidation pro- of dollars it takes to operate the econ papers newspapermen. an alcoholic. use alcohol in some form. They

posal it: could be passed no matter omy of Bradford iCounty would not When your newspaper reporter Nobody ever claimed they Home and family are the main want to know the score-and

what olbjections the small counties make a drop in the bucket in Duval or says to the mayor, or the school were all perfect. But one thingis forces in molding a child's per they Success have of a right teaching to know may well it.

might*make However, if we can be- Dade. superintendent, or the chief of police certain: No other agency, insti- sonality, and the economic cultural depend on the teacher's abilityto

lieve stifltments some key big county "May I ask you a question or and educational level of instill confidence in the
tution of of important
or people the family is much less
group any
politician have made in front of TV pupils for free expression of
two? he is really "diving" for than the inter-human
Crider's bill is now lodged deep In kind is in out and discus-
cameras:, they all do not favor the engaged digging their own ideas in the
proposal L subcommittee of the Local Government facts. He hopes to bring to the publishing important facts aboutour relationships. sion. And of course complete

Committee of the Florida House. Even light of day other related names, Warmth and affection between command of the basic factual
public life.That's parents and towards the children data is the first requirement of
with the dissent of 200 small
county figures, or relationships which will create the basis for a feel
To a county so small as Bradford, residents ringing in its ears, the House tell his readers a fuller story. the job of a free and unlicensed ing of security, and the stand the Those teacher.who also can be im-

for instance, the prospect of losing its committee did not see fit to kill the press. This newspaper ards in the family reflect them poitant in the prevention of

identity is no small matter. That proposal, but kept it alive for further Good newspapers, good news- would like you to remember that selves in those which the child alcoholism are Sunday Schoolteachers

should come as a surprise to no one. study. papermen constantly dive'dig, and during National Newspaper Week. forms. 4-11 adult workers
The most important influencein Scout leaders and other youth ,
training and education is workers of all types. These ,

There is also much to be said, We can only hope that the study communicated to the child not people provide youngsters with

from ouir point of view, of Rep. GeneSb" will be done in the cold light of day FarmersAmong Diarylegal in words, but by the exampleshe creative outlets goals and
sees around him.It ideals for which to live.
w's claim of advantages of "fresh by persons with the wisdom to evalu-
Alcoholic Rehabilitation
Florida
air, homemade biscuits and ate facts impartially. Those is generally accepted by
living in persons recent visitors In society in the United States that Program, which has now
wooded areas without sidewalks." we hope, will make the consolidation Bradford County; recently was facilities, including separate alcohol is dangerous for young become the Florida Bureau of
for
proposal stand on its own merits. the sun, which had been hidingout and courtrooms circuit court county, are people, and accordingly it is Alcoholic Rehabilitation under '
court
for so long we'd almost floor. illegal in nearly all states to reorganization of State agencies
Neither can it be denied that argu- forgotten Its existence. Let's located on the the second first in the serve liquor to minors and beerto has good material available to

ments dlealing solely in numbers, for- Consolidation is not a good idea sim: hope we see more of this stranger An elevator will, provide easy access youths. help those who work with young

getting tthe human angle, leaves some ply because small county residents op- In the coming weeks, because county to, the upper story, and .. Directfy' or indirectly, the al'cohol'ptobfem people in the field of prevention .'
-A
thing too be desired. pose it.Gov.. there's a lot of dryingup will be a boon to those who touches the in of alcoholism.
work to be done before we had trouble climbing the stairsin dividual's life at an early age Just drop a card to FBAR'sInformation
get back to normal conditions. the old building. and in this period he should Services, Box 1147,
acquire information preparinghim Avon Park, Fla., 33825. Theie'sno .

Cs. By Ram McGarveymate to cope with it. charge( '

$50,000 And speaking of drainage, we tinue The to school maintain system administrative will con--
For Kirk
I Question will not be available fora
were Interested In the recon- while yet offices In the old court- DuPont Acquires 1969 School
naisance report issued by the 5 house under an agreement
U. S. Corps of Engineers after reached with the county com- Drugs FirmThe EnrollmentSurvey
a study of the Alligator mission. And the county commission -
Creek and the Sampson, Ro- The new courthouse has been by the way, will havea DuPont Company and
well and Crosby lakes area. turned over to the county, and room in the new build- Endo Laboratories Inc., Oct. 8, SetA
meeting
SAID) Claude Kirk of legislative Kirk is on the basis of a tour of the
very busy these days The next step, If one Is to betaken ing, complete with ample room reached a tentative agreement
moves to: unlock the financial secrets of talking about crime. His eyes roll with is apparently up to local building we made, and the reactions for visitors. under which DuPont would acquire survey of school enroll'
his Go'vernors', Club. "So far pious authorities If a solutionto of many people, Brad- .
they protest against wrongdoing. At courthouse the Garden City. N. Y. ment at all levels from nursery
ford County now has a
haven't done anything lawful." the! same time, he rejects as preposterous the problem is to be obtained that;we can all be proudof. If we sound enthusiastic about based pharmaceutical com- school through college will

the suspicion that permission for The first thing that we the new courthouse, all we can pany. be conducted in this area by
We suggest the same is true of the longer and heavier C5 think people will applaud is say is "waft until you see it." Final agreement on the acquisition Interviewers of the Bureau of
Kirk administration's special treatment trucks on the turn- the availability of parking It's been a long, long time Is expected within 30 Census during the week of Oct-
which pikehas any connection with the coinci- since the idea was brought up days. DuPont will pay a min- over 19, according to ThomasW.
permits bus and truck drive right In and
companiesto can
( While of fields have you
a number
dental pledge have and there were Director of the
by truck companies of near the building and not many argue- Imum of 650,000 shares of com- McWhlrter,
wider heavier
operate and longer been set berries, some
$50,000 grow- where it office in
and
to ments fights over Bureau's regional
help the mon stock for Endo's drug
pay governor's to search for a parking placeas
vehicles on Florida highways.The ers got caught by heavy rains
debts. we did at the old court- should be located. Then, too, business. An additional numberup Atlanta.
before their lands were ready it seemed to take forever before to 75,000 shares could be Interviewer who will visit
and now are waiting for the land house. completedand is Mrs.
this
5C the plans were later the households in area
paid depending on
Legislature rejected an effort to to dry out before bedding up approved but now we think Zeluan C. Crawford, Route 8,
market price of DuPont com-
wider The people who really own the turnpike and setting. As usual the wea- the commission, architect Box 47L, Lake Butler, Fla.
permit buses and trucks on state ther is a big factor In any Another thing we think people mon stock over a designated
roads, :yet the Kirk administration has and who pay most of the tolls are agricultural plans, and part' will appreciate will be the absence Ernest Frank Triest George are and all builder to be period.C. 320S4.Local Interviewing will be

granted! permits for just that. Now Gov. not likely to discard the idea that the cularly at this time of the US-301.of disruptive The building noises is from back complimented on the finished B. McCoy, president of part of a nationwide effort made

Kirk is handing out special permits for $50,000 has bought special favors in year. from the highway, and as it laalrconditloned product. plans DuPont to, said operate his Endo company at its annually to measure the Nation's
SC
operation of double-tandem tractor Tallahassee.We 5. court-end other school and college pop
Plans for dedication of the Garden City facilities as a A In
trailers the a ulation. similar survey
on turnpike. business will not be interrupted
of"semi's" building have not yet been announced wholly owned subsidiary and October 1968 showed total enrollment -
The pecan season Is comingon by the blatant roar by the county commission would continue to use the Endo to be 58.8 million

urge the governor to the fast and the auction mar- on the highway. but you don't have to wait name. He said DuPont would persons -- 33.8 million in elementary -
Many South Floridians may not books of his unusual open ket at Starke will be opened until then to take a peek at also rely on the present Endo school, 14.1 million
money-raising soon, probably in several Bradford's new courthouse. We management and personnel for
have known the monster trucks are nowoperating in secondary school, 3.3 million
club. Unless
he
does so, the people haveno weeks. A preliminary report and the continued successful
think you'll be impressed con- in kindergarten, 816,000 In
on the turnpike, but they Many of the offices are located -_
choice. They must believe that their indicates that a small crop ism! pleased with our latest public duct of the business. nursery school, and 6.8 million
floor and the
the first
learned! it last weekend when on ,
driving to votes for the good government he prom- In prospect but a better estt- buildincr. Endo employs 850 persons in college.
Gaineswille for the Florida-FSU game. ised are not as important as the and has manufacturing instal- The survey will be made a-
The doouble-length trucks are a fright- he is out hustling from money llshed by using a clear package lations in Garden City Puerto long with the monthly national -
ening sight to the motorist passing or interest. sources of private ) .:.' ". It's' a WO..I'S ,- similar! to our own transparent Rico, and Mexico. Its productsare survey of employment and

being (passed, especially during a rain- ones. The bacon Is simply also sold In Latin AmerIca unemployment for the Bureauof
storm when all those truck tires kick ';' reversed In the package. Europe and the Far East. Its Labor Statistics of the U.
upat THE MIAMI HERALD : .@Jl After we remove the paper current annual sales approximate S. Department of Labor which
miniaiture hurricane. label flap at the top of a trans- $22 million.Insurance furnishes a basic measure of

Vyr parent package an entire strip national economic health.
r, of bacon Is visible In the Canadian Information collected in Cen-

..... package tha label flap sus Bureau surveys can be
r' Py. Martha Sue McCain Is simply at the other end of Firm used only to determine statistical I

5- :; ''County Extension the package, thus the entire totals, and facts about :
I Home Economics Agent: strip of bacon Is visible. Cana- Ordered To Cease each person and family are

dian labeling laws are slmillar Business In Florida kept confidential by law.

THIS AND THAT! of warm water.A to ours only the interpretation

The Bradford County -Steam pressing will help tired-looking umbrella Is different. LaSalle National Insurance Kingsley Lake
/l"-- .... corduroy keep Us soft look. can be renewed by brushing it -Straw placemats are a popular Co. has been ordered by Flor-
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED '!: Place the garment face down with a solution of) ammoniaand feature of autumn dining-: ida Insurance Commissioner Baptist Church
: ".:.. of towels. warm water. They are attractive long-lastIng Broward Williams to withdraw
/ :MI several layers !
1879 ... o4;- Maintain !live steam in the iron -Are machine washable and easy to store. Special from doing business In the Sets HomecomingThe
r for adequate moisture penetra wools really washable? Yes if care should be taken to keep State of Florida.
: ,, you follow directions on the the mats from warping. When The action followed Commissioner Kingsley Lake Baptist
fr.iu8iue S tion.Is there a diet-conscious label. They can be laundered mats need washing immerseIn Williams' Sep. 22 action church will observe its annual

MMIaFLORI This God Is my strong teenager In your family? without fear of shrinkage felt. :hot soapy water. Scrub thoroughly ordering LaSalle to cease writ- Homecoming Sunlay Oct. 19.
Creamed cheese is ing or fading. Wool garments rinse and blot dry ba- ing new business in Florida.
ESSASSO cottage
A 22:23).
refuge.-(II Sam. : tween paper towels. The mats The Lowell prison choir will
withstand extreme heat, LaSalle is
a tay-8lim aid. One-half cup cannot a multiple lines fire
feel secure in God, should then be weighted down present special music. Rev.
When we
of this inexpensive food fills moisture, friction and strong and casualty company.
TON of His enfold- with some heavy objects on Husy D. Perry will deliver: theHomecoming
we have a sense about one-fourth of a teenagegirl's soap. Therefore, most manufac.! LaSalle Is the 17th foreign
We know that he washing in a flat surface for at leasta Insurance has menage. He is
ing presence. dally protein need. Cot- turers recommend company he or- former
pastor of
Is wherever we are, and that tage cheese does not replaca cool to warm water with a day. dered out of Florida since July church and is Kingsley Lake
Chaplain at
now
He is always with us. We milk: but adds an excellent mild soap and short cycle. CEMETERY WORKING 1968. The Insurance commissioner Lowell Prison.

SS't t know that life offers us new amount of essenUal! protein to These garments are especially There will be a Cemetery has the authority, he Dinner will be at 1
served
E. L. MATTHEWS.IPnbltihcd Edltor.PvbUer and thrilling opportunities keep muscles firm and agile. practical for children's wear working at the old cemetery states, to ask foreign insurance p.m.

each Thursday and catered M 8ees 1 with each new day, because -Baffled by ballpoint ink and sportswear. Beulah Church Saturday, Oct. companies to withdraw from
4Cl.ii Matter at the Foil Office at Warta. FtorU God is always with us with spots? To remove such stains -Bacon packages do not givea 25. the state when he has evidence The New River Association

uader Act of March 3.... OTt. His providing substance. So first apply a cleaning solvent. good view of the product. If you can not come donations of financial instability whereas Hymn Sing: will be held at the
God for Then wash the article at once !Some packages provide:! almost for laborer will be with domestic companies he church in the
(Subscription In trade area: 1 year, IS.H OuUUe let's always turn to a ap afternoon.:
with warm suds. Use saddle noview. In Canada bacon must la required under Florida law
preclated. Everyone is welcome. There
to do the things
trade inspiration
1 the
area: year, fS.34
leather plastic. (be packaged 80 that an entire to work toward rehabilitatingthe
;
that we should do. soap on or East gate will be open from will be no Sunday night ser
.. Then wipe with a cloth rungout strip is visible. This accomp- 8 a.m. to 8:45.: company. vice.

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CONSERVATIONISTS who Clerk of the circuit. Court in eon, cloceaxod, are hereby' notified Stnrke., Florida torney whose. adftrosa Is P. O. 0'1'111I ''. Bouth. Aim except a small portion
have been .and for Duval Florida, and required to file. any for Executrix Gainesville Flor.lila .
battling to ave the Oounty Attorney : Drawer 128 NOTICE IS HEHEBT OIVEtT In the Southeast Cornerlylnir
LATE Everglades the upon receipt of proof of publication claims or demands, which theymay First Publication. September 9361)1) on or before. October that. Tuesday November 4, and brlnir In Road rightof
Grand Can- of thla notice, the. rlctltlua have against said estate 15. 169 81, 1969. and file. the originalwith i>n P. M. the> City way of U. S. 301.
yon and the wilderness rivers, name to-wtt CItE.STVIlOVV in the Office of the County -25 4t 10-K the. Clerk of this Court. Council 1909 at will 7:00 hold.. public hr J' to be. a "C"-commercial,' dlstrlot. -
MOBILE; HOMES under whichIt Judge of Bradford. County. FlorIda House, Starke Florida. .
of
might give a thought to Court In tho Council Chamber.*v '. within the manning
By Ema BlanobudSTORK preventing Is engaged in bu.lness at In the Courthouse at 33091. either before service on Intr 11'101'1"1uP' such Zoning Ordinance.
In The Clrrult Court Of Florida. Hall. Starke
Capitol 11111 from col- Florida within .lx calendar Immediately City
number 1848 North Temple Starlie Plaintiffs or
attorney
amend Ordinance Copies of such petition are on
And to
lapsing under the weight of Avenue. .In the city of Sturke. months. from. tho date of !telKhth T..r llrnilford Judicial County Circuit, Tlnrldu In thereafter ; otherwl. a on a IOTA petition entitled "Zoning Ordinance file and may b.. examined In
Florida.That flrat publication of thin no- he entered against .
more the default will City of Starke', pursuant tho Office of the City Clerk.This
ACTION DIVORCE --
government FOR
office
build the party Interested laanld tice. Each claim or demand for the rollo-f orrmpetition Petition for Rezoning' change. In zoning has. to
643 to
CASK NO.
[ SHOWER ings. builnemi enterprise 1a all must be In writing and tnunt. Edward Graham plaintiff. v> the. complaint. ; to designate the territory In the be. presented. to the City Board
follows: state the place. of roaldoncoand thereafter said. cause shall proceed *.
Graham, of Starke described an: o>f Adjustment for Its recom-
Clnra Mendes Canales Cltv
Mrs. Glen Starling was ho- 4Notl"'la.\1)1iI:...........NAME. ...."U!) Ldt lb..N... BROKERS QUALITY INC MOBILE: HOME claimant post. and offlco must nddrcan be sworn of the to defendant.NOTICE. OP ACTION Witness EX Parte.my hand and seal. of 143 All that feet of portion tho SWH of,the ofN.wl'jP""th l-..I'tod mendation.are notified All persons to. be prenentt Interest-at
nored with a stork shower at Laws B. C. Alien Pre. by the claimant his intent or Mendei CanalesOraham sold Court this 29th! day o( Sep. Soctlr.n 32. TowimfUp '\ .said time and place and they.
Clara of NK'/i.
TO
Nolle* Is 9-25 it 10-1 his It will becomeVold : 1999.SFALy .
her.bylIven/ that attorney or tcmhor. A. D. 6 Routh Mange 22 East that hall be heard.
Baptist educational building the .under.lgned pursuant. to i according to law. 1357 Interior Qulrlno Avenue. ( liesVent of the right of way Dated. this October 7, A. D.
Tuesday evening of last week. the "Fli-tltlou NauiA Statute" In Th. County Jad...'. Court. Fay L. Srl.nenemnnnFAY Paranaque ltlxn.1. Charlps A. Darby Clerk: of of tr. s. ROI. Also., awv. ofNR'i.
Chapter No. 201103, of L. SCIIOKXEMAIW.:: : Excutrlx Eighth Judicial 1909.James
Law the Circuit Court
:McRae
Township E.
Section' 32.
Hostesses were Miss Elizabeth Florida. 1941 a. amended by Of Drndford County. Florldn.fa of the. Instate:. of Isabel Philippine lelandaYou Circuit In and For Bradford lUntre. 22 East. .except. Chairman. City Council
Prolinte No. Are' Notified That an ac 6 South
Terry, Mrs. Charles Starling, Chapter. No. :28780. laws 'Of In Re: K.-tntfe'of Isabel Mary Mary Fernando Simpson de tlon for divorce has. been filedtralnst County, FloridaMy two acres In the Southwest Corner Attest:
Mrs. Cecil Hardee, :Mrs. Henry No.Florida. 1951. and by Chapter Fernando Simpson Dccensed. ceased.Busone you. and you are required Delilah M Moody being 330 feet East and Merrill Edwards.
Hodges Mrs. Hester Hicks being 87-ZOS Laws of Florida 1 8T.. NOTICE! TO CREDITORS F. ShawEIJORNE SHAW to curve a your A. Deputy Clerk 4t. 10.11 Went by 284 feet North. and City Clerk
Section S05.0U, Florida : F. Of.ry.ofo Liar- 10.2 Lt 10-18
All creditor of the E tnt of written defenses I
Mrs. Glenn Shuford, and Mrs. Statute, will register with. the Isabel Mary Fernundes Simp. 142 West Call Street ton T. Douglas. plaintiff's at -

Vernon (Dick) Starling. 'Mrs. c.---5.--wa.1-----.- Sal te1nsal-----.-----"! .. --,
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DeWayne Griffls and Mrs.Hen --------- -------------.
ry Hodges were winners of the- I s i T I -1

two games played. The hostesses I
presented the honoree
with a Cosco baby play pen i I
as a memento of the occasion. SAVE a
Cake and punch were served to ell

the CHURCH 24 guests.ACTIVITIES 1 C I I FRESH FOOD i



Homecoming will be held at 11 I II
Grace United Methodist Churchon
Sunday October 19.
FLORIDA
1 FAIR

Grace Methodist: Sunday

School 11 a.m. 9:45 and: ,7:30:Worship p.m., Service M.Y.F. i TI- I

6:30: p.m., Choir practice Wed- i GRADE
nesday 7 p.m. Rev. W. A. I I AFRYERS SUPERMARKETS
i
Fox and Mrs. Fox of New Port i;
Richie attended Church Sunday
morning and visited with friends i
In the afternoon. I I
First Baptist: Sunday School i i

9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 I i i

a.m.Union and 6:30 7:30 p.m.: p.m.Midweek, Training ser- FOOD FAIR. I I

vices Wednesday 7:30 p.m. QUALITY I II
Church of God: Sunday School I
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 J IIS I DEPT OF AGRICULTURE ell I I I when Savings Count... I
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Y.P.E.
Thursday 7 p.m. I GRADED COUNT ON US I
Highland Baptist: Sunday
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Ser- I U.S. CHOICE I I I SAVE 12 C. ______ II
vice 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., I iI .
Choir practice 6:30p.m.: Prayer B PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU IL
meeting Wednesday 7:30p.m. I I I I
LB !
WEDNESDAY OCT. 22, 1969.

Sympathy is extended to the I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. II

family of Mrs. Gertie Milesof I 11 I II
LakeButler who passed away
on Tuesday of last week after -
an extended illness.
The family of Emuel Fugatt, IEAN FRESH
who passed away in Green Cove
Springs last week, have the GROUNDBEEF
sympathy of their friends.
Friends of Mrs. W. F. Moore
will be pleased to know that
she is improving; satisfactorily -
in Methodist Hospital in soon raa
Jacksonville where she under-
went surgery last week. She
expects to be at home in a
few days.

Micky Moore spent his leave
with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Moore and has gone to
California for his final train-
Ing for Marine Reserve.
PREPARED FOODS BY
Tex Patrick left last week AZALEA BRAND PEELED ft DEVEINEDCOOKED
for California where he will

, Marine receive Reserve.his final training for All BeefFRANKS

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shufordof
Tallahassee were visiting
STEW
Mrs. John Shuford and Daveon
Friday.
Mrs. A. C. Pearce visited 12oiPKG lOozPKG
her niece Mrs. Douglas Scoll 89< 1.29RITTER
In Gainesville Sunday. Mrs.
ScolPs son, Dennis Marcum,
was killed in a hunting acci-
dent on Saturday. They have
the sympathy of their friends.
Louis Mallea who has been
stationed at Selfridge A.F.B., II KELLOGO'S
Mich., has been chosen to attend ALL FLAVORS
PANTRY PRIDE JUNI BOY FMSH SWIIT
N.C.O. AcademyHamilton,
Calif for a six week's course. DANISHGOROUNDS CUCUMBERCHIPS
/Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O.J. TOMATOSAUCE JELL-O
Anders and family Sunday were
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders JUICE GELATIN DESSERTS
and family of Palatka. They
with Mrs. Hester Hicks attended 8oz ASSTox
Homecoming at Long Branch 3ozPKG
CAN
Church on Sunday
ii i Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bry- BOXES
an attended the rodeo in Callahan -
on Sunday.
rJlmmie Bennett was visitinghis I II I
aunts, Mrs. tattle! Darley II
and Miss Sinah Presoott and I 1I I I
other relatives here on Sun- Pantry JV
day. Lonny Prescott of Kings- I FANCY GOLDEN RIPE Pride :, Ftt.E'ahYtgl U.S. N O.1 1
tev Lake was a Sundav dinner I
guest of Mrs. Darley and Miss I


Mrs.daughter Erescott.Richard of Recent Holly Hill Bennett visitors and Mrs.were and I BANANAS APPLE SAVS 10< I.; NEW WHITEPOTATOES I II

Elate O'Neil of South Daytona. 1
I I
'"l Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rauler- 1
*on were visiting her sister,
'!lrs.' Laura Mae Smith InJack- ci :
sonvllle on Tuesday of last week PIES 39
and on Wednesday they visited I "
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Tyson I ,
I
'
th: Jacksonville. I
'' and Mrs. Coleman Phillips C
Mr.
*r 8.ICEO ASSORTED ; 0 49C-
and children of Macclenny I 1SWEET
Were Sunday visitors of Mrs. $ I
BUNS ...... 3SAVE / 1 .
t:0. J. Phillips.Mr. I LB .............
and Mrs. Ronny McCleltan xl, BAG
of Jesup Ga. visited Mr. I ; 6<.16oi LOAFFRENCH I
-and Mrs. L. M. McClellan overThe
;
la: weekend. : I STICK. .. 29 ;I

i-. Recent visitors of Mrs. Ed
Durban were Mr.andMrs. Ray- GEORGIA RED
mond Williams, Steve and the SPRINGTIME LIBBY'SFRUIT
new son, Brian of Atlanta, Ga. LIBBY'S
They also visited Mr.Williams' FROZEN SWEETPOTATOES
mother, Mrs. Harvey Williams
VEGETABLES
In Starke. CATSUP
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Duck CUT CORN. BABY LIMAS. MIXED
and Mr. and Mrs Vernon Duck VICITABLf S OK CAMDIN Pf AS COCKTAIL
I rare visiting friends in Miami
I this week. 20o> 14ozBTLS.
1' ; Mrs. Ernest Wells, Mrs.Will OIYACS 5/l 3LB
dwards and Mrs. Rex Mixon
l.-r,visited Mrs. J. C. Adkins Sr.
3 ;'In Alachua General Hospital

;;,0n; Friday.
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:::: ;:::. 2 ROLL PKG HORMELCHILI STRAWBERRIES I

t% FOR EVERY 'PUR.POSI' ySHEA'S .1_ :'- AURORA"TISSUE II I SPRAY POWDER
A : ; I DEODORANT MOUTHWASH
:::; t:: .
: \. .; WITH THIS"COUPON I II /$
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chen. All members and friendsare I' Mills and Miss Dorothy Mills
Invited to purchase a dinner 09 well as Mr. and Mrs. Percy; GI Loan ee0eee..ee.......

Sunday School at 9:30.: THERESSA Sullivan St.. former local residents Benefits MayBe'Restored .
Community Morning service at 11:00 a.m. now living at Palatka. SEE US FOR
Evening service at 6:00 p.m. WE'RE GLAD TO REPORT .
The Men's Day program will By Dorothy Mill That Mrs. James D. Phillips
terminate Oct. 26. All mem-, Fboo 4734518 returned 'to her home Tuesday A veteran who has used his

bers and friends are invited to .. .. and J Is feeling better after GI Loan Guaranty benefits i $ EXTRA CASH $ i
NeL attend. a week's stay at Bradford may have his eligibility restored
Greater Allen Chapel A. M. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH County Hospital In Starke. under certain circumstan

E. Church Rev. A. R. Richardson Sunday School 10 a.m.: PERSONALSMr. ces. Don't let a lack of money .
I liy Elizabeth Givens Walker I Presiding Elder and act- Morning Worship, it a.m.: and ;Mrs. Percy Sullivan M. T. Dixon of the Divisionof e
ing pastor. Services will begin Training Union, 6:30: p.m.: Jr. and Rusty visited her par- Veterans Affairs says that worry you. If it's for a .
., -.- 7.-J with Sunday School at 10:00 Evening: Wonsh'p'! 7:15: ; Wednes- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall ,the following are conditions .

CHURCH NEWS Evening service at 6:30. Bible a.m. Morning service at 11:00: day evening prayer Service Strickland and attended the under which the eligibility may y worthwhile purpose, we'll
Ebenezer Study Is held each Tuesday a.m. The Choir Union will be 7:30: with choir practice after Halloween Carnival at Flora. be restored: loan .
News Rev.Leroy Baptist Davis Church night. Prayer Meeting Is held held at 3:00 p.m. in Macclenny ward. Telephone 4734188. home Saturday evening.Mr. ((1)) If the veteran, throughno t'arrange a personal

Services will begin Sunday,pastor.with each ;Thursday night. Allen Chapel. All members NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB and Mrs. Bill Phillips fault of his own', is forcedto to meet your needs, with .
Sunday School at 9:45, Morn- Greater Bethlehem Free Will are asked to please cooperate The New Life Bible Club, for And Billy of M'ddleburg'! were sell his homer for reasons of I
ing service at 10:45: with theSen- Baptist Church Rev. Jasper with this activity. Rev. Lang students in grades 1 through overnight guests of her parents health, employment. other : 'c terms to fit your budget. :
for Choir In charge of song Williams, pastor. Service sch- will deliver the morning mess- 6, meets each Monday after- Rev. and Mrs. Merle compelling reason. -
service. The edule as follows: Monday night age. Evening service at 6:00 noon after school at the mo. Packham Friday. ((2) If his property is 'taken
Family Planning
Day will terminate at 4:00 p. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tues. P.m. with Rev. A. R. Richardson bile Children Chapel at Hope Visiting! Mr. and Mrs. L. K. by a Government Agency for : CALL OR VISIT US TODAY :

TI. remember each family is day,night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers delivering the message. Church Childs Wednesday was her ne public use; (3)) If :Ms property '
asked to please pay $5.00. This Board 2 will meet. Wed. Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church FAMILY REUNION phew. James McClellan of, is destroyed by a natural haz Loans Up To $600 -

project is for the Junior Choir ThuredaygnlgghtrStory Hourat Rev. George Young,pastor ser 118 :relatives from over fifteen Ocala. ard. a

robes. All families of the the Church. vices will be held with Sunday different locations in Mrs. Pauline Sears of Miami ((4)) If in service and trans. TOWN FINANCE CO. .,
church are asked to please les Circle Friday night Lad- School at 10:00 a.m. Morning Florida (fathered at the homeof and her son-In-law and ferred by military orders and 4
'cooperate: with this project. Saturday night, din- service at 11:00: a.m. Evening Mr. and Mrs. Sidney (Mills daughter:! Mr. and Mrs. Donald, disposes of his home, providedVA
ners will be sold from the kit- service at 6:30 p.m. All mem- in st. Augustine on Saturday Wiggins of Key West, were is released from liability 4 226 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE 1.

"" Oct. U, for the annual reunionof Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs on the property.
,-, ."., descendants of Wallace J. D. Grlffla and family and: ((5)) If he disposes of his ......... .........

Mills and Carrie Newberry Mrs. Rhoda Dampier. home and moves to another I
Mills who established their Mrs. Paul Maynard and Mrs. town because of a new and II

... home In Bradford County many Rae Beahler were shopping In better job, even though the job I
years ago. Attending from here Jacksonville Friday. change is voluntary, providing
were Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan (Mrs. Hilda Griffith and her 'the Government is released
Non-$p hot water! Jr. and Rusty; Harold daughter-in-law Mrs. Donald< from liability on this loan. Learn thesecrets

Griffith and three children, The VA must be released
visited Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland from liability on the veteran's of

bers dad friends; are invited to !Sullivan Monday! They are original property. Dixon says.
Get all the hot water you want. when and where you want it. attend all service. moving from Miami and are If he sells his home and per

For shower baths, laundry dishes everything That's part of what makes living 'temporarily at Hawthorne mits the buyer to take over beer cookery

electric water healkig( carefree. You'll also enjoy precious peace of mind NOTICE! while looking for a placein ,the GI Loan on that property,
with (flameless electric pilot fumes Dell Chapter will meet Thurs this area. the VA is still responsible for
: no light no no flue. You can tuck an
( ) in the Ma-
day night tonight the Find out how to make
Mrs. Marie Taylor of Oaini. guaranty on the loan and
electric water heater into convenient
,
any spot even a closet or under a sonic Hall on Bronwlee Streetat
esvllle and Mrs. : cannot restore his eligibility delicious dishes
L. K. Childs everyday
kitchen counter. And you get all the economy of sunshine servicea 8:00 p.m. All membersare
were in Bell until that liability, has been re
whole day's worth of hot water for pennies. Ask your plumbing asked to please be pre- on Wednesday. moved.< with beer-such as beer

contractor or appliance dealer to show you the newest models. sent and on time. Interested veterans should: meat loaf, beer chicken,

The Excelsiors Gospel Sing- contact the local Veterans' beer sausages and beer
Eleven rate reductions since 1957! NOTICE
ers of Jacksonville will be ELECTION OF: Three (3) Su- County Service Officer for.fur. cake. And then there are
The average paid kilowatt hour of four (U
price per appearing on a program at pervleore for term ther details.
J ea.cI'fDr Bradford Soil such gourmet treats as
i by FPL-terved families it one-third .lest years
+ The First Born Church of The ,and Water Conservation Dis->' .
than it WM in 1957. Living God on October 26 Send in this rarebits and Carbonnades
,
tr'Ct'ootober coupon for our
21, 1969
'. at 8:00 p.m. Come one, Comeall Pursuant tothe Soil and COLD pamphlet of free Flamandes.
4 'I : and enjoy the Lord in Songs. Water Conservation Act Chap- BEER recipes on cook- Beer is
Pf
t I= f ter 632, Florida Statute of log with, boor cookery as
I 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1953, traditional
.
> rw..onr..usercow..rl The B. S. A. Gospel Singer and as amended an4electlon l. ON SUNDAY as yesterday.
hereby given of to as modern tomorrow. 'X
will be at Free Kingdom Oct. .. 1969 for as
on b
the election of: Three (S) supervisors Beer adds a real flavor treat. :::
l t 18.Elder S. White of Reno, Spon yeare each.for terms of four IO TO GO ,

sor Mother Eula Mae Robinson. Polling Plac..a:
F&rmer'a Mutual Exchange. 1
Starke Fla.Hayes -- SPECIAL . . . . . . . .".
RECREATION NEWS ; Grocery Brooker Fla. ..
Law-ley, Fla. -
Grocery
Waters Polling place (e) will be open 4 Hot Dogs $1 : I'm 1IturestfJreCllJfJS, lor cooking with beer Sent/ me my : ,
> .FFP Notice! All boys ages 1317 between the hours of 8:00: a.m. : tree pamphlet :
1:
interested in playing basketballare 3 .:
IY cf an1116ar.r. d elector residing Hamburgers $1 ..
( asked to meet at the Recreation within the District shall he eligible Njme aR
In this electlo-n. Cigarettes'Ctn.
Center each Monday to vote -
and Wednesday nights A qualified elector all defined Street : ti
Tuesday
? In the Florida Soil ConservationAct $3.84
t> ; for practice. Plans are being Include any person qualified ,
it 1 made for Interesting games to vote In general election City '
S under the Constitution and Statutes .
55 this season. Mr. Jackson is of this state who ATKINSON'SCANDY
therein State
1 asking the cooperation of all a landowner In the Zip ti
; Iu Interested parents and citizens. named Robert District.N. Norris SHOP ;
school news Robert N. Morris. AdministratorState UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.
Ir Soil and Water Conservator 12 lfllRouth of PO BOX 2/3 WIN!II I It I'AHK''' I II I ORIDA ..177H9SUNOCO @

An October Fest will be held Board 109 :M 0>1, Starke On '301 Waldo ".....

y t + .e 1 S at the Middle School Oct. 23 WW . . . . . . . . . .
agar beginning at 6 p.m. until 9 ,
yy, r.t t p.m. All parents, children and I I
'! 1 interested citizens are invitedto
4 f.ri attend this affair. There will L .l. I

PAst be many attractions games and
5 ) many goodies to buy. Come out
for an evening of fun.
't The VoTech Center is offering -
55s4 STATIONFOR
St night classes from 6 SERVICE
: to 9:30 p.m. for adults Inter-
ested in improving their train-

ing for better jobs, obtaining a
high school diploma, or for enrichment -


y, 3 J .. Sewlnsr claaninfl are held each
Tuesday and Thursday nights!
it a from 7 to 10. Persons'interes-

ted in learning to sew may do
so by registering at the cen-
ter. Call 964-6150 for Infor- ..1 'I _ _
'
6 mation. There is a registration ; : T LEASE
: f fee of $1.50 for each se- 1

-, --.------- mester. /
c;.r
BOY SCOUT NEWS v
G
v lr ...
GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir The Boy Scouts met Wednes- ,
day night Oct. 8, at Jenkins 452 N. TEMPLE AVE.STARKE .
Recreation center with Scout ((U. S. 301))
Master JImmIe Jenkins in

Condlttonin .Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES charge. The following officers FLORIDA
Equipment were elected. Ulysses Dommon,
Air Conditioning MUSTANG president, Leroy Davis, vice-
Heating By Santa Fe Tractor president, Rudolph Lennon, Secretary -
General Electric Mobile Homes, Inc. Harold Jackson, trea-
FORD surer, Willie Jenkins, sergeantat
Ruis's Sheet Metal Inc. Farm Tractor *t Implement Gainesville's Discount Mobil arms, and Henry Morris,
Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter USED EQUIPMENT Jr., Able Williams and John
Home Sales Lot.
Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE Hall, reporters. James Chan-
I NEW MOON CAPELLA
dler, Chaplain.
rt-r
AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow Other business discussed was

Monthly Payments camping, hiking and the belt-
Johnson & Fan's Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134
BRASINGTONCADILLAC line. The boys are planningto
have a sucessful troop. Pa- 1969
SALES -*OLDSMOBILE SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES rents are asked to please cooperate Year To Date Average
Insecticide Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS with Mr. Jenkins. He PER
Fine Selection of Used Can
YAMAHABMW is interested in your boys.
Taken On Cadillac Trade I held each Wed-
Meetings are
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders MONTH
nesday night at 8 p.m. Boys 31,000
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 37S-047 eijdtt4fflaSale. ACTUAL GALLONS
interested in Joining are invited -
"
CRANELINCOLN
Parts Service" to attend.
-- MERCURY MATERNITY WEARFOR 615 W. University 378-2811

Authorized Silt A Service MOTHERSTOBEA GIRL SCOUT NEWS

2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF MUSICBALDWIN
The Girl Scouts meet each
Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks Monday evening at :5 P.m at This
MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits! greater Allen Chapel AME recently
606 E. University Church. All girls interestedin remodelled
EXPECTANTLY'tYOURS PIANOS& ORGANS .white
Phone 372-4251 Joining are Invited to at- 35,000
CHOrCI OF Trll ARTISTS'O'vllle GALLONS brick
INC. tend. Parents are. asked to location

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA -+ciAham MUSItCO.! please cooperate with the Leader ha 3 bays and
70* W. University. Opp. S.F.J.C. for the best Interest of the POTENTIAL FROM'
Shopping Ctr. 3775353 girls. For information call 964- 2 lifts to maximize
Mechanical CONTRACTORK. 6683.
4 wneel drive and can 1 profits .
Sales -Busy Hiway U. S. 301.
Parts Service MOVERSLong FUNERAL

Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc. Extenshe Commercial and
1700 N. Main 376-1268 Distance Moving. Amos Williams passed away Business. Farm :

..Tbomp OD'1I Refrigeration Storage Packing in Starke Nursing Home Sun-
Oct. 12. He the FOR ADDITIONAL FACTS ;
Beauty Academy Service Crating Shipping day, was son 3
Hellr Air Conditioning Free Estimate CanHILL'S of the late Kit and Annie Wil -Heavily Populated Residential ArcH CALL JACKSONVILLE '

POWELL'S Repair on White Appliances liams. He was born in Starke 353-0941 :
Industrial Combustion Service and lived here all his life 4-Adjacent to Business District of MR. STEVE DUNN
Beauty AcademyLearn Boller Room Sales Service He was a member of Mr. Mor- Starke.
Van Service, Inc. iah United Methodist Church,
3038 N. WaJdo
Rd. Gainesville
a Profession In Your Telephone 372-2182 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vUlo and the American Legion Post 5-High Volume Tires, Batteries, OR WRITE
Spare Time Full Part Time He
or 37X4271 314. was interested in com- Acce .ode .
and Mechanical
Trade. SUN
OIL
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 munity activities. COMPANY

MEN' WEAR PAINT CLASSLIDDELL Survivors are a sister Mrs. Commercial P. O. BOX 143
Range of 8 Custom-
ELECTRIC MOTORS Louise Graham, Starke, and JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32201
'*STAG 'N DRAG PAINT& many nieces and nephews. Blended Gasolines for Competitive
ELECTRIC Funeral services will be held Pricing.

..Griffii Salt.Arrotr GLASS CO. Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Mo-

Motor Repair Co. Skirt-Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirror Sliding Door riah United Methodist Church Evenings or Weekends Call:

Of Gainesville, Inc. .FomriC ....* Tub Enclosures Shower.;poor* with RAV. II. P. Hudson and TOM MAUGHAN .

Repairing Rewinding ".avgs; Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows Rev. L. J. Perkins, pastor, of- JACKSONVILLE 733-5117 CoL
New apd Uaed Z STORES -13 W. UNIVERSITY Awning. ficiating. Duncan Brother. of :. .
WU N. 17. 16th Ph. 37Z-W8 sad OAJRfESVILLE{ MALL lit N.W. 18th St. STWltl Gainesville are in charge of ., .,
arrangements. ,
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,
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Held ( .j /;
.r" : 'l''W or. if .t "%0' 'o//kr.
Services u.;; ?:," ;;-t. > i'ffi", ; ''' '' < % .v .. ; %rif.w.r) I'\t4
Held "\ 1'Yi' : },;< />';f-; .;., ; .,;!j';, };;Y;<' H':3'J., : .Q'> :/: } 7'*.. 'I.rf"'ttk'F'Lr: ; < W' Nf" :r Monday For ,. 9' ," "': 7/">'.::?w: '/ X' ,,"-
: For ;" ;" < > > ;" l)1'MW:) Mrs. Miles <:V Pt:; .:>:Kt. :fir}" ';'J'l'" ", 2 2j, ,,; ,;>4f 'f ';: 1] ,Y' ' :;> 'V 1l ;$ ;;1'7:1
Mrs. Chambers'Mra. Of ,: '", "<;"". "v;.( ",;:" ':i<>;' .,>! "" .f:.? ,t". ,,':;, :' i'U -., <,1 '' y' ffw)/'v.iM"'' ; "
Lake Butler 'y; \ft/ \1, : ; : : :; f.fi bra r &' t"ili., ,.,3:1h.: 'f ,, ;"'' <."TU?:"'x Ryd': 1.r;! 0f r

Sara Elizabeth cham Services were\ !held Thurs .; \ '..ittfil'rJ; "/ { )i< lf :f." PAM AJ" ; 'r :,f7Ctit/fA: 't1Ju" !t!: f/
bers. 48, of Starke died Friday "' >.:.. *.: J, v' :Xt. '<'; l"WC(9 / '" C';,.< '' ("':;iY;< >>
day. Oct. 9 .. ... ,, >
for ",. 1'"
Mrs. Gertie B. : > ;C'u '" .-i". .X'" ,4"t, <
night following an Illness of < ,.'.. : t.... 2ktt. \ ..' ,,'\. ."< / .. ,,;t' .,:.,); ;.t .<. /iWy, t
several weeks. Miles 62, Lake Butler,who,died v.; ..>.;":"'v">,<">,>,,..,..2',,""" /""{AA': 7.,(<. > "t&1'\.A.>>:'i"-'r'/, :',".'":oj', ... ,.v" if<,7:"'"' "''jff., '.;',";'OM<;{;h< / ,;" <<
Oct. 7 In a Gainesville hospital ""N'''':<;.$ye/:,<; Born in Alabama on Sept. .. ,
.. '
.
after } :
an extended illness. ;: { ;,y <. ':; ". tll"
22. 1921 Mrs. Chambers had Mrs. .,;,.' ""Y c:=
Miles was born in La/w./
!been a resident of Starke for 1
tey
and
resided her entire life
22 years. In Bradford and ''Union Coun- VKRORXXN BAPTIST
Survivors Include her bus ties. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN:
She
C. CHURCH. LA'fn'EY.8uDcI&J .
HOLINESS .
band. Lee Chambers of Starke: I. Miles have owned and OP- CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF School. 10 ajn. Morning Sufnday: Bible,Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School.: 10 a.m.; Morn. Sunday School. 9:45: a. ...
one son: Charles Chambers of erated Miles Grocery -and Pro CHURCH LATTER-DA.Y SAINTS Worship. 11:15. Sunda ttor sing Worship and Communion hog Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.ToWn
Starke: five sisters: Mrs. J. duce Market In Lake Butler for Sunday School, 10 a.m. 416 East Call St. Night: Service 11 a. m. Evening Warship. 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prac
Mrvlce 6:30.
W. Dawson of BetheSda Md. Worship Service 11 a.m. Highway.
: the past 20 years. Mrs. Miles Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 1255. northwest of Lawtey. Her.B. fer-. ices 6:00.: Meeting. 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday lice Wednesday B p. m.
C. H. Jackson Mrs. P. Evening Service. 7 -
Mrs. p.m. a.m. Sunday f" ixlnesday Worship service 7 Rev. J. C. Hester. pastor Robert D. Buroto
was a member of ,the First School. 10. Sacrament L. Bennett DU&or.PINB !; Rev.
E. Barfield and Mrs Dora Friday Night Cottage Prayer
Jack P. BeH.NORTHSIDE .
Baptist Church of 11:15.: ,p. U l. Minister :
Barfleld. all of Tuskegee, Ala., Lawtey. Meeting.
Survivors Monday: Prln.arjr, 4:30: p.m. LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
and !(Mrs. O. C. Blackmonof include her hus- Thursday Night. Prayer GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
BAPTIST'CHURCH
'band Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. School :Morning Sunday 9:45: a. m. Sunday
: one son: Carl F. Miles Sunday 10 a. m.
Highway
Panama City Fla.: her mother Meeting( in church, 7:30: p.m. 11:00 : 100-A
of Waldo; three Wednesday Relief Society Worship 11 .. m. Pre-Ser- School. : a. m. Morning
daughters:
Mrs. Mamie Payne of Youth Service, Tuesday night
: 7:30: Schedule of services: Sunday. Worship! 6:00: p. m. Training
Mrs. Faye Bennett of 'Oaytona p.m. vices (Boater Band. Young Sunday School 10 am. Morn-
Ala. two brothers 7:30
Tuskegee Charlie Payne of: Spartanburg: Beach. Miss 'Margarett, Miles of : p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service). 6.' School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Ing Worship. 11. Training Union -

S. C., and Ode Payne of Tus- Jacksonville and Miss Mary Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m 10:45: a. m. Training Un aI1.W. 7 p.m. Evening Worship,
Ala.Services Ann Miles .of Lake Butler; one SMYRNA 1 MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Wednesday; ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service.TI5. Wednesday-7:30:: PrayerSer- 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
kegee.
were from the De- sister: Mrs. L. P. Rafuse of BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. Z>, :: Mid-Week Prayer Service vices 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8 p.m. Rev. Don Drawrdy,
Wednesday 7:45: p. m. night 1:00: m. Family night.
Witt C. Jones Chapel Monday Lawtey. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Ser BAPTIST MISSIONU. SIUtor.t'J p. Pastor .
morning with Rev. DeWitt Services were in Harmony Ices: Sunday School 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Ta> -
Farabee pastor of the First Freewill Baptist Church. Burial Preaching 11 a. m. Training tee :Frees Drive In. Sunday
Methodist Church, offilcatlnsr. /wag in Dyal Cemetery under "Jnlcji, 3:43: p. ni. Evening! Wor- School 10 a.m. Worship Service I

Burial was In the Chambers direction of Brannon Funeral hip, 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer '* *
direction of DeWitt C. -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. _.----r-

Jones Funeral Home of Starke. St. Marks Episcopal Crims. associate pastor. I .f. ..
{
;Sunday Services .J. ., {iiiii'::. ,... for tiME'
8:30 .
FIRST : a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPl'IftHl2hwaxW. ',II I
BAPTIST CHURCH
,. *
10 a.m. Church School .... .. ..
NORTH FLORIDA STARKE NertlWUt\ ( 8! ..
.
11 \
a.m.
Family Service I .
.
,
.
BANKERS MEET Schedule for week of Oct. 19- Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Lawtey. Sunday School. UJjm. .. if ... .. :
More than 300 top bankers 25. MornlntfWorship.. 11:15.: Sunday -. I .. !
undays: Morning Prayer 2nd Night .... ... .. :
Service. .tf\-
from North Florida met at the Sunday a.m. service Sermon Ad 4th 630Rev., ; : .
Flagler Inn in Gainesville on subject "Wilt Thou Not Revive Sundays. R. L. Bennett! pastor.CHUKCll PfrC P .j .

October 15 to review the annual Us Again" Psalm 85: 6 p.m. She ,really I I... delighted: because. her church Ir-Ir.j :
service REVIVAL. Rev. N. B. FIRST UNITED METHODIST .. ...
plans of the Orlandobased OF GOD .., .,.
Langford, North CHURCH STARKE lit. her, ith Hiblt
Florida Bankers Associa Pastor. Cen- 9:45 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ': presenting" \\ a new :
SundayChurch School :
tral
Baptist Gainesville
tion.The group Is one of eight located Fla.. preaching Church a.m.; Morning Worship, 11:00: Sunday School! 10 a. m. Worship ? '''' She understand. and appreciates. this. gift, t.:
and
Services, 11 n. m. 7:30: p.
MYF Snack 6:00
a.m. Supper :
:
Weeknight Mon- <<>
in various geographic schedule
areas of the State which pro- day through Thursday: 7:00; p.m.; MYF\ Meeting 6:30: : m.?. mRev.Prayer Meeting Chester, Fiiday.J. Shooppe'7:30: .... because. in earning it she ha* committed i.
Junior Rally 7,3X( Revival p.m.: Evening Worship, 8:00:
mote the efforts of the state- ;
paator. manyersen. to 111"11101'unci thus learned,
wide association of 470 Florida. Friday evening :schedule: p.m.Monday t I

banks and trust companies. 7:45.Junior Rally 6:30: ; Revival 7:00-: p.m.: MYF-Wesleyan Girl Scouts Sub-District 3:15: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ,: to value God's. word. The churi'lie* desire. that
: (Highway 100 at Tlieressa)
in 7:30 .
Meeting Lawtey : '
-- Sunday School-10 a. m. all would .study and learn to love iud.: .

p.m.Tuesday Brownies, 3:15: Morning WOl'ship.-ll a. m. ,
11t
Plan to attend churchand
Union. 6:30
Training : p. m.

REVIVAL1Laura p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting Evening W"1'S111p.-7:15: p. m. ';.' share in this. knowledge and/ joy.Cole .
and Bible Study 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Night Player Ser-
t t ThursdayGirl Scouts, 3:15: vices-7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle y 417i
Packham, : b
p.m.; Chancel Choir Rehearsal putor.FIRST I '
7:30: p.m.DeWitt f _r .. .;: 1'!
I II T. Farabee, Jr Pastor. ASSEMBLY OF GOD : r r ro f",a>,. I A 3 ..".... D ....-
: ". I
OF STARKE .to '
Baptist Church MADISON STREET ,:
: : West Weldon St. and Raiford h atl .
a
BAPTIST CHURCH !r t-\ v
I I II Service Road sAr no fhurth GodtapW i'f rrw
For
Opportunities i
N. STARKE OFF u S. 301 Sunday October 19- Sunday. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I S ( ,'thp, wand 'la tpnodml I ,: 'n',d og.c, I. Ihl' sv1.
11:00: :a. m.oIio.'nlniT: Worship: 'a"/'dg./ 0''
School 9:45 Wor- ;::: y ii: 'mo. 01 N"" Ion V.' I
: a.m. Morning >:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : ,f i : "da. '0'man 10 !
Id n.p.rqi
ship 11:00: a.m. Youth Choir \ al torone b y fa... :
October Thru 25
20 October g
| t tt 'II ,
m. Evangelistic Services. i I An "IhbaVtha.\ ., 'fit'
f
} g.a..d.g
.
Practice 4:30: p.m.. Youth Fellowship Mid t m m.Ion a'' Gd '
Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. mom .a
Supper 5:43: p.m.. : j'j 0' uu.h or War ,toion ,
oId I
week Prayer :Mating. 1\\ .i / f
Training Union, 6:15: p.m. WMU },) Wrung end Mo "bo.domt, w \
SERVICES EACH NIGHT Pastor: T. E. GlueyHEILBRONN :4::} : ",dl "bah It. "old Ie
t tt
t Innfoblp"
t.f'r'r
Prayer Circle 7:15 Even- mr pn.h
,
: p.m. : : ,., r ""a'. ....
Worship, 7:30.Wednesday thfth po 0''rov .
: IAr
J 7:30 :: fh, la, I "ha.'d' tupporf' l:l
October -RA's., BAPTIST old of Ih.l4n'' 'AI
01 I
:}:r: ;;IV, nl" and hrfom h m.
t t OA's, Sunbeams, YWA's WMS CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18 N. {:'+ f:': I lp rrond ,h O,. h 0"...,. :
i
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: Sunday School, 9:45: 'a. m :{::;: I ''hrap Ch.'ch pomp "O.'d uphold/ and pa"al.' m :tV::f r
p.m. Church Choir Practice Morning: Worship 11. Training :; V. Mt.vu ddh ,b I
I trmh
I Rev. E. J. Clayton, Evangelist t 8:30: p.m. -Church Council. Union 6:30: p. m. evening'8er- .: .. I ':.'j:,; 010"men/ ,t wiN I hf",. Iq d'al bum, and, damp, ,Ih"bush, .hnh about i.f'l,1.I ':r 7..l

Thursday, October 23: Church rice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer fler- Gad Ln Po ,brd 0' a rhdd' 0' ..:

Visitation 7:00: p.m.. Denton vice, 7:30.: I: .'I. ....,. "I
SumraU. Pastor." '. L. Tommy Howe. Pu orGIUHAM =:. => : '_.., ...
-- !:\ "' :;::: :>....... > ." V. I
:
FIRST BAPTIST CHOIR ::: 4 .. ..:::c=.;,!
TO SING MESSIAHThe BAPTIST CHURCH

I Special Singing Each Church Choir of the Sunday School. 10 a': m. Morn man Ad* So** J
First Baptist Church will present In;: Worship, 11 .a. m. and'7 p. :.
I NightEVERYONE their third performanceof in.- Rev Fred Johns. pastor
Handel's Messiah on Sunday
and Monday evenings, December NEW IUVER BAPTIST j
I 2122. Sunday School, 10 It.. m. Morning

I The choir is now rehearsing Worship, 11 a. m. Training
WELCOME for this performance on Wed- Jnlcu 7 p. m. Evening Worship, g.

\I J nesday evenings at 8:30: and an 8 p.- m. Wednesday night ser ::2 I
invitation Is extended to any vice. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
W. E. Mercer, Pastor one in the community interested come-.L. L. Parker pastor.

to Join with the choir In STARKE "66"SERVICE :
l ai-- these rehearsals and: perform FIRS CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL
ances. Sunday Service: Sunday:

School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor SERVICECarl :
ship. 10:45: a. m. Evening Service GULF SERVICEAND

6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser Bill Edwards Ph. .....7131
Phone 964-6111
vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. Hurst .
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6 p.m.Evening Service. I
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Wednesday, 7:30.: Everyone w i.
pome. Rev. George K. Cro-' PHONE 964-5899 AD Minor Repair

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Worship at 11.: Evening : Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKETAND

Worship 7:30.: Rev, Carl m Complete Paint Supplies *

: SERVICES AT 12 NOON 7:30 P.M. Clarke pastor. ::? and Sporting Goods COLD STORAGE

: (LIGHT LUNCH) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Cheek With Ua First" DAD & BRAD SALES W. SpeclallM in Custom Slmughtcr-
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i FRIDAY EVENING --- 7:00 O'CLOCK ing Worship at 11. Training

Union 6:30.: Wednesday night i WHOLESALEPhone
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ing Home service 3:45: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wid.
"-Rev. Melvin Hamel, putter.CALVAKY EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

N. B. Langford EvangelistN. BAPTIST :it i\\ ONTROLs MOBILE HOMES

Sunday School 10 a. m, Morning : Campers and TraTeltrallers COUNTY

B. Langfurd i'a diligent student of Wcuvhlp, 11 a,. m. Training : TELEGRAPHOFFICE
: the Word and a dedicated servant of Jesus Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service : CMMKALCO.539yB. Keystone. Heights

: Christ. He loves God and he loves people. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday :* f. SUPPLIES
excellent 7:30: p. m Rev. R. K. Fla. and Lake Genera--Ph. 473-4320
: The Evangelist has had academic : Call St. Starke,
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Morning
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written numerous articles throughout our :Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Wor-

: country.He ship 7 p.m.: prayer Meeting I Grocery and Mark
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Pleat Phone in Your Items 473-414S .

These were ready the for words this of one Head;'. clock ran out, and the fighting Preference for state primary elections in Sept em.-'.

DESSERT CARD PARTY school, and Mrs. MIdgarten, Coach Roy Bayless before the ing Indians 39-12 ended Homecoming up with an victory.excit- ber with a November general election has been indicated -' '

Ladles of the Keystone Wo public health nurse for Clay game last Friday night In whichthe After the game, Coach Bay- Keystone Heights Rotary Club members. .
man's Golf Association will County will be the guest speak- Keystone Indians rode the less made these comments. .
I>... Trenton Tigers In for an over- lature. It is still a question .
sponsor, a Halloween rt ers. Brulette will dl.auss.ibe "Everyone played excellent tonight Reo. Eugene Shaw, speaking
Card Party at the clubhouse: general and college prepara- whelming 39--12 Homecoming My Backs were great; to the Club last Friday, asked when the annual sessions and
Friday, October 24. The party offered victory. Early In the game especially Grayson. state primaries will be held,
tory programs being by Pass Defense -. for a show of hands on the
will begin at I p.m. There the school, and Mrs. MIdgarten It looked as though the Indians was what helped us most question of when to have elect- Shaw says.History .
will be a $1 donation acceptedfor will discuss the health needs of would have a very tough row Donny Baker, Jack Wingate and 'Ions which Is being bandied of the question Constitutionwhich goes
each person playing. school children.A to how, but when they got Mike Grace played a fine game. statewide Shaw asked whethertne' to the new state sessionsof
Interested ladies and men are fired they plowed through calls for annual
up Chipper
display of individual worksof Hague was strong on '
members would like a pri-
If the Leg-
asked to form their own four- students In grades one Trenton proving Coach Bayless Defense too.Statistically. the Legislature.
In and May with the in
somes, and then contact Mrs. through six will be on exhibit right. One Indian, fullback mary April islature continues to meet

Joe Wallace, at 473-4984, or prior to and following: the meet- Sandy Grayson had no doubt the Indians had: general election in novemoer, early April for annual 60 day
Mrs. Phil Wright, at 473-4973, Ing. There will also be a discus about what he came for. Big or if they preferred a primary sessions, that will put It still
This racked 3 touchdowns, In September with the general In-session with primary elect-
for reservations. party sion on the survey questions answered Sandy up Passing: Baker completed 12
ic not restricted to membersof by students in grades 2 KH Youths Earn and a 2-polnt conversion after of 24 attempts for 222 yards, a election in November. Ions going on in April and
the club, and the ladies extend 7-12. his second T. D. fine job. Rep. Shaw discussed recent May'at the same time.

a welcome t 0 all resI- If you have not had the op- The Indians mounted a suc- Rushing: 81 yards First legislation which set up annaul In 1969 Florida House votedto
dents to Join them on this portunity to join the PTA this cessful drive late in the first downs: 11. Intercepted 5 passes. sessions of the Florida: Legis- place the primaries in.

date. year, why not contact member- Eagle Scout RankBy quarter capped by a scoringrun 90 yards lost in Penalties. September, giving politiciansmore
months to cam-
ship chairman, Mrs. Darrel by Jack Wingate after sev- The tough Indians' Defense than two
WOMAN'S CLUBA Davis, at this meeting? It Is eral completed passes by Quar- held Trenton to 2 completion of stone and Trenton bands, and paign after the session ends
meeting of District V not necessary to have,children Jimmy Fox :atrol Instructor. In his early terback Donny Baker, howeverit 12 attempts, and Intercepted 5 was capped off by the crowningof and leaving about a month between -.
of scouting he was affiliated back Per- the Queen. The Class Attendants the primaries and the
Florida Federation of Woman's enrolled In the local school In years was called on a of Trenton's passes.
Club was held on Thursday, order to participate and'as- Two Keystone Heights youths with Troop 15 In the sonal Foul. Joe Moore picked The Indians travel to Tailor who were paraded a- general elections.The .
Oct. 9, at the Gainesville Wo- sist with the program.ST. attained the highest rank possible Panama Canal Zone where he up a first and goal, then this week, putting their 3--1 round the field In new Con- 1969 Senate, however, '
man's Club.ReDreRentlnll. Boy Scouts of was awarded several citations Sandy Gravson bulled In for the record on the line. vertibles, were as follows. amended the House bill to retain
the Keystone WILLIAM'S BAZAAR by the Wed- for his scouting performances. first official score of thegam Freshman Attendant: Sally the April May sessions,
Woman's Cl.b were Mrs. Sara- The St. William's Bazaar, America in ceremonies. Timmins was one of six: with 1:21 left in the quarter. "GO INDIANS! Naples leaving! them In conflict with

MacDonald, president, and del- sponsored by the Altar Society, nesday, Oct 8. presented scouts to assist U. S. Navy The two-point conversion attempt Sophomore Attendant: Ken- the primaries. The House has
awards were
egates Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. will open at 9 a.m. Friday, Eage Scout left teams in flying supplies into failed, and Keystone lead dall Turner refused to recede from its position
David Nelson and Mrs. Henry October 17, at the Woman'sClub. to John Tlmmins,, Bolivia from the Panama KH Junior Attendant:Janet Adams and therein lies a dilemma -
Jordan! in cere- 60.As High
Schuber. Mrs. David Peters, and to Mark Court of Canal Zone.A3.sistant the second quarter got under Senior Attendants: Debbie a House.Senate con-
a member of the Keystone Wo- Mrs. GeorgeSchaeffer,whose monies at Troop 105's Principal Hubert way, Keystone partially Stinson, and Diane Davis. ference committee has been unable -'
man's Club, also attended the name was omitted from thechairman's Honor in the Keystone Heights White read the Charge 'to the blocked a punt after stopping CelebratesHomecoming Then came the moment every- to resolve the five House
meeting. list last week, will Community Church Educa- Eagle Scouts.A Trenton, and took over on the one had been waiting for. Asa members voted for Seotember
Representatives attending the be on hand to do quick character tional Building. new awards were Tigers' 31. Johnny Jones Intercepted deafening hush fell over the primaries and the five Senate
total of 65
meeting for the Keystone Junior profile sketches, a talent for This is the fifth year Jordan members of the for Trenton return- crowd, the 1969 HomecomingQueen members voted for April -
Woman's Club Included the which she is quite well known. has participated in the :scouting presented to Ing the ball to the 37 yard line. was announced. Miss May primaries. -

president Mrs. Clyde Ashton, The route to the clubhouse will program. He now serves as local troop.Tenderfoot. On the verY next Dlav. Jack The Keystone Heights High Diane Davis, who'made a very In commenting on the '69
and delegates, Mrs. Paschal be well marked on highway 21. Junior Assistant Scoutmasterfor badges were Wingate showed his stuff by Intercepting School celebrated Homecoming lovely Queen indeed. "Con- legislative session, Rep. Shaw-;;;:-,
Carr, Mrs. George Reese and A snack bar will be opened at Troop 105 and was thetroop's awarded to Leon RUaught, a Trenton pass and Friday night. gratulations, to you Diane". told the Rotarians he feels It, :
Mrs. Joseph Knapp. 9 a.m., serving home made representative at the Robbie Parson, and Jonathan returning It to the 46 of Key- There were several Pre- was not the greatest ever held. '
The Woman's Club will spon- doughnuts and coffee. Lunch National Jamboree early last Pearson. stone. Trenton then recoveredan r "
carried out before
will be served from 11:30 a. Second class awards were game activites It Is his opinion, Shaw said,
a taste dinner on Friday Indian fumble on their 47,
sor % summer. the in which
October 24, at their clubhouse.The m. Many nice door prizes Jordan, presented!! Hi's! awardby presented to"Frank Bailey, David only to have Donny Baker (Defensive the Keystone exciting Indians game, romped MELROSEBy that the session was burdenedwith

dinner is scheduled to begin will be awarded at Intervals former scoutmaster Steve Few Gary Gostzman, Safety), Pick off a Trenton past the Trenton Tigers 39-12. poor leadership, and that
at 5:30 p.m. Additional throughout the day. Moore Is the son, of Mr. and: Mark Keifer Ben Snow, Don pass on his 45. Jack Win- First Principal Charles It moved too fast too far, and

details will be given at a Mrs Marshton Jordan. The 16- Trlest and Cliff Burke. gate broke loose on a reverse Rider was presented with a Joyce Howe too soon. Rotarianshe
told the
also
Shaw
later date, according to the MAD HATTERS LUNCHEON year-old Junior at KH High Is First Class awards were pre- and ran to the 13 yard line of check In the amount of $100.,
club's publicity chairman,Mrs. BRIDGE an active leader In the Youth sented to' Steve Ashton, Devin Trenton. Moore picked up a from the American Legion postof very much favors retain-
Henry Schuber. The Mad -Hatters Luncheonwas Group at the KH First Baptist Bannon. Bill Beam, Lestei first and goal, setting up Gray- Keystone. The money will Birthdays are In: the news ing the cabinet system of gov
at the Woman's Cl>ih Mon Church. His school activities Ketch; and Dave Thacker. son's second T. D. as he tooka be used toward the purchaseof again this week. ernment the state now employs.In .

DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB day, October 13. Include membership in the In- Star awards were presented Baker pass In for the score. new uniforms for the Band. Melanie Gllsson daughter of his opinion, Shaw said, the

The Keystone Heights Dup- hats Mrs. Henry Schuber said the teract Club and, the Student 'to Rob Dazey and Tony Burke Grayson took another Baker Next on the lineup, was the MSgt. and Mrs. Patrick Gils- cabinet system keeps the gov-
licate Bridge Club, sponsoredby were most attractive, in for the two -- point ernment in closer contact with
Council. Life Awards, just one step pass dedication of Gary Cooper Field son celebrated her eighth birth- "
the Keystone Heights Wo- which made for difficult judging Timmins, the son of Col and below Eagle Scout, were presented conversion, and with 3:08 left Gary Cooper, a grad- day with a party at Kelley'sRestaurant. the people. This is in direct
man's Club, had Its first ses- in the three categories. Edward Timmins of Lake- to Bruce Bannon and in the half, the Indians had a uate of Keystone Heights High, .Those attending included opposition with proposals now
sion for the new season on Mon- Winners Included creations by Mrs Drive, Is a Junior at Rick Warren. 14-0 lead. But that was not all was an outstanding Athelete at Paula Knapp, Robin being suggested for a chief

day evening, October 6, at the the following ladies: Mrs. view Academy Ini Jackson- The scouts presented! Mr the scoring for the Indians, Keystone for three years. Not Dougherty, and Cindy Kelley of executive type government-
Games will be Wlntnn Knnth. most h.nii} il Bolles whereby the governor alone
clubhouse. now with their Defense getting even
of the and Mrs. Steve Moore, now re so much because of his playing Melrose and Marla Cunning-
Fremont Tolles, ville. He is a member: would head the
played every Monday evening hat; Mrs. tougher, there was still time to executive de-
in Gainesville, witha his love for Sports of
Club and the National siding ability, as :ham and Kathy Martin
Science partment.KEYSTONE.
at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. The Indian Defense
starting : most original; Society ScoutmasterArt gift for their five years of score again. and sense of fair play. Gary Keystone. Relatives attending
Fremont Tolles are coordlna- David Peters, most humorous. Honor tightened down as they
Timmins'award. service to Troop 105. never missed starting a Foot- included her grandparents,
tin the this Club member Mrs. Arthur Klefer presented caught Trenton QuarterbackRay
program year.
ball in three He
Following the Court of Hon game years. Mrs. George Alderman and Mr.
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Mrs. T. H. Dent is presently Ketch won the cake-decorating Summers from behind
the 100 guests attended an participated in Basketball, and L. Gllsson and
in or, and Mrs. O.
organizing a list of Interested contest with her replica of a Tlmmini 'serves Troop 105 twice, setting up a fourth and shined
other Sports in which he ,
bridge players who miniature golf course. ,the capacity of assistant Senior informal reception. 32. Safety Donny Baker picked as well as Football. Unableto daughter, Carol Ann of Key-
would.;like to join the group.If Mrs. Albert Quagllano, up a partially blocked punt Senior stone; her great-uncle and
In his
play year, Gary HEIGHTS'
yob.are Interested In play- chairman for the party, wishesto ment, in which there were many dale, they visited with former and scampered 35 yards for the coached the Junior Varsity team aunt Mr and Mrs. B. E. Kel-
ing duplicate bridge, and would thank committee membersMrs. third Keystone Touchdown of the ley: Sam Kelley, and her
species of flowers and plantson Keystoner and instilled many of his values,
Lydia
Hurley who Is
like for Mrs. Dent to assist M. R. Bowen, Mrs. Ralph display for the guests to presently hospitalized., half, with only 42 seconds left sense of fair play, and love for mother, Mrs Pat Gllsson, all
you in finding a partner, please Barker and Mrs. J. T. Cuen- view. Mr. and Mrs. James Darby in the half. The two-point the game. Gary was killed In of Melrose. DIRECTORYRABY'S
notify her at 473-4336. dent, and all members and fri- The club's next luncheon and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zowarka conversion attempt failed and action In Vietnam last year Ted Crouch son of Mr and
Last week's winners were ends of the Woman's Club who meeting will be held at the spent the weekend in Tampa- Keystone lead 20-0 at halftime. while fighting for his country. Mrs. Dean, Crouch, celebrated:
as follows: First place with helped to make this a succes- Masonic Hall on November 13. were they attended the Florida-, A fine score for the Indians Now the Keystone Football Fieldis his seventh ,birthday witha AUTO

28 1/2 points, Mrs. Doyle Har- ful event. Nomination of officers for the Tulane game. Homecoming. dedicated In his memory. party at his home Thursday.

din and Jim Fox; second place FELLOWSHIP CLUB new year will be held at this Mr. and Mrs. James Whar- Halftime activities Included May we always remember Gary, Those attending were Kara SERVICE

with 25 1/2 mints was a tie Members of the Keystone time. For additional Information ton and daughters, Laurie and performances by both bands, and the things we learned from Rae Mathews, Diane Jacobi, Complete Auto Repairs. .
between the teams of Mrs.Fre- and was capped by the crowning Robin and Dougherty, .
Rodney
Heights Fellowship Club held concerning the meeting, Kathy, also enjoyed the Florida Air Conditioning Repairs
mont Tolles, Mrs. Roberts and their monthly meeting at the please contact Mr.E.Weyman, victory in Tampa, lastweekend. of Miss Diane Adams as him.Halftime activites included .
Mrs. A. James, Mrs. William Homecoming Queen of 1969. (Continued on Next Pace) &: Automatic Transmission
at 473-4215.
Masonic Hall on Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Stan LaCoste performances by both the Key-
Davie: and fourth place win- October 9. The club's monthly game day entertained Mr. and Mrs.Louie After a sluggish start In the Service
ners with 25 points, Mr. and Local member Houston Dris- will be held at the Parish Houseof Kyle on their 57th wedding anniversary second half, Keystone took over PHONE 473-4404

Mrs. Aubrey Bannister. coll entertained fellow mem- the Episcopal Church Novem- with a dinner partyat after stopping Trenton on the KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Little Lake Bedford

bers with a discussion on the ber 23.Members. their home on Sunday. Other Keystone 35. After stoppingthe ".
PTA MEETINGThe recent tour of England, by he wish their publicity guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Indians by catching Baker BEAUTY SHOP
Keystone Heights PTA and Mrs. Driscoll. chairman, Mrs. Frank Egan, a Albert Bachmann. It was a twice, Trenton's first T. D. FRI.-SAT.-SUN. OCTOBER 17-18-19
will have their second meet- Mrs. O. B, Cawthon and Mrs. speedy recovery. Mrs. Eganis double celebration for the was set up when they took over .
Ing for the new school year on Edgar Davis, guests of Mrs. a patient at the Bradford three couples, as Sunday was on the Keystone 2, as the Indiana KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Thursday evening, October 16. Nell King of Atlanta Georgia County Hospital. Mr. Bachmann's birthday. were charged with Intentional -
The meeting is scheduled to begin were Introduced and welcomedby Col. and Mrs. James Chess- Grounding of the ball. YS- s- SHOP

Immediately following the the president and membersof CUB SCOUTSAn ington returned homelast week Glen Barron took the ball In l ell EDITH JOHNSON owner

Junior Varsity football game the club. organizational meeting for following a visit wit h their for Trenton's first touchdownwith Personal and Creative Hair BtylJCrerr -
between Keystone and Jackson- Mr. Julius Hanson discussedthe the Keystone Heights Cub Scout friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hamilton only 1:40: left in the third wo *. Tom of :Beauty
ville Episcopal. The game will recent tour of the Florida Troop Monday evening, October of Charleston S. C. quarter. Trenton failed on the r Culture Tue .-aat. H; closed.9aoBaT .
begin at 7 p.m. State Prison at Ralford by 20, at 7:30: p.m. at the Mu- Mrs. C. E. Suter has returned two-point conversion, and the .

Mrs. James Zowarka announced members and their guests, ear- nicipal Building.If home after a month in the score was 20-6. Joe Moore
that Douglas Brulette, gui lier this month. Main em- you are Interested in see- Bradford County Hospital. Mrs. showed signs of allergy to cats BUILDING MATERIAL
dance counselor at the local phasis of the tour was on theprison's Ing the local troop retained, it E. M. Potter of Miami Is who make touchdowns, when he HARDWARE
horticultural departwwwwwwwwww- is requested that you attend staying with her parents during took a Grayson hand-off on the _

-- -- 11 j I this meeting. her mother's recovery. Mr. kick-off and romped 80 yards E* BROOKLYN
Potter was a weekend for the fourth tally for the Indians -
iI i-----.I..9TH ANNUAL 4-H BANQUETThe guest. just 17 seconds a" COLOR \ SUPPLY HOUSELumber

Which I ninth Annual 4-H Awards Trenton's score. The fr. >- United Plywood Builder'
Banquet and Program for members FAA ConcursIn point attempt was unsucessful, Hardware Rooting Sheetrock -
I I of the Clay county *-H and Keystone had a 26-6 lead Paneling Paints Insulation
New Lease
organization was held with 1:23 In the third quarter.
Tools Electrical & Plumbing
I comes I Thursday. October 9, at For AirportA Keystone threatened again in ArtistsGOSPEL Supplies.
Clay County Court House the third after Mike Grace returned -
II
Hwy 21 N. of Keystone.4734888'CONCRETE
Annex. Theme for the ban- a Trenton fumble to
I letter from the Federal
first; ? quet and program was "4-H Aviation Administration officein ,the Tigers' 30. However they

I I II Opportunity For All." Miami stating its concur- atly.were stopped by a Holding Peb- PRODUCTSFOR

The Extension Homemaker'sCouncil
rence In the new lease of Key-
I who sponsored the Trenton was forced to punt
stone Airport to theSportsmen's
property
early in the fourth and
quarter, CONCRETE PRODUCTS
banouet. were also responsiblefor
I II Club was read at Keystone took over on the 50. CALL OR SEEEdward's
preparing and serving the
\ an otherwise routine meeting
After the Indians moved to the MEETINGMELROSE
II dinner. of the Keystone City Council Building
Rev James McCullough was Tigers' 40, Baker threw a pass
Tuesday night. to Mike Grace (135)
followed "Mighty" Supply Inc.
1I guest speaker, by ,
The letter contained, the pound Halfback) who took it in
Mrs. L. Huntley of Orange stipulation! that no planting for a 40 yard scoring play. 726 S. MAIN 372-4844

I SEE THE BANK I II Park who presented the County shall be done by the club with Once again the conversion attempt Gainesville, Florida

Alumnae Award. Mrs. Huntleywas in 300 yards of any airport runway failed, and the Indians
chairman for last year's a provision that was not 'led 32-6 with 8:35: left In the NURSERY
c I Dress Revue. set forth in the lease!! game. After the ball changed

I I Awards were presented to The City has already received hands twice, Trenton's Wayne O.C. Carnes Nursery
members of the local 4-H clubas Johnson CHURCH OF CHRISTMELROSE
payment of the first year'slease intercepted a pass by
follows: Gayle Quagllano In the amount of $250 Bob Hurner, and raced In for Thousands of plants
I SEE THE CAR II I and Sonya Payton, Clothing; The lease will be renegotiatedfrom the Tigers' second T. D. Their Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

Sally Naples, Dress Revue; and year to' year. conversion attempt fa lied again, Evergreens

See us before I Cheryle. Tomes, Home Economics Council agreed to clean up and the score was 32-12 with FLORIDA Camellias & Azaleas
6:311ert.
the city park in time for the
I you arrange I Mrs. Ernie Tomes said this annual Halloween Carnival on Grayson took the kick-off and MOST ALL IN CANS
week that the local club will returned to the 44 of Keystone. OCTOBER 19-26 PLANT ANY TIME
I Thursday Oct. 30, and Coun-
I the financing onyour resume their meetings by No- cilman Baker then tossed a pass to Beautiful Roses
Roy Watkins auth-
I next car. I vember I. All girls, qualifying was Heptinstall down to Trenton's -
orized to have mow
for the program, are asked to necessary 34 where he was accidently LandscapingPhone
I The amount you can save I contact either Mrs. Torr.es, at ing done at the airport. knocked down by his own man. 659.2165
It was reported that the State
Is 4'3-4689; or Mrs.Albert Quag stopping a probably touchdown.
I amazing I Road, Deparment wilt make HAROLD STANG
an- JR.
llano, at 4734221. This drive was halted when the 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
I A good reason for I other survey of the Highway Tigers recovered a fumble on Hwy. 100 at FJorahome:
()(
100-21 Intersection in regard to
HERE N' THERE their 34. However, "Mighty"Mike
Bank first
I visiting our I Keystoners are very gladto the Council's recent requestfor Grace Intercepted a

see Mr. and Mrs. William a stop-and-go light at this Trenton pass that was deflected EvangelistNIGHTLY s. E. MCKAY, REALTO'RSenior
II
I Davie in Keystone for location Instead of the present by Joe Moore, and returnedto Memtsr Society of
amonth's flasher. the 40, of Keystone. Shortly Residential Appraisers
vacation.
I KEYSTONE STATE BANK I Jim, is at home with Their his par-son, Mayor Starnes was author- thereafter, Baker connectedwith :Mortgage Brokers '
ents on Lake Geneva, while ized to call for a City Electionon a 55 yard pass play for We Help YOU Finance

I Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fl*. commuting to the University Tuesday, Dec. 2. and poll the Indians sixth T. D. This Trailer lots SSOO. Up
of Florida. workers were appointed.The time Strickland booted the 8:00: P.M. The Best In Lake Front

I "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly I Mrs. Elizabeth Grosberg and meeting was one of the extra point, and with 1:38: In Homes Acreage, Rentals
briefest on record for the the game, Keystone held a 39-
Leroy Syracuse Mrs. Melba Hgen. Associate;
Commun were In south
I IrwaraOwwwwwwwwwwwwtl Council 12 lead. Trenton threatenedin Public Invited
IST1? last weekend visiting with adjournment Keystone Office 473-4818
+ with friends. In Ft Lauder coming: about 8:30.: the closing seconds, but the ,, Homes 473-4740 473-4811

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spent Saturday' night and Sunday Crafts Craft Land Children's Favorable responses are com General business was the 01

1\ with us. His wife. Merle NEWS. ,NOTES Toys. Santa Land Tupperware Ing in toward the payments on Cer of the meeting with announcement -
r VOICE of theSPORTSMAN who in Orlando visiting/
was
INDIAN BEACH the
;;: ... Plastic Land. The motifs in decorating Sanctuary building fund that the Oct. 21
\ ." .....'." their daughters came over to JJ,. .Heleft Efair the hall will be In and the down payment on the meeting will be Friends NIght.

'" I ? (L .k. BaataBjl Wa. ) pick him up Sunday afternoon. I _- ). A..JwI' green red. gold and white. lot next to the Churcih: property.A with both officers friends taleIng -
\ .,1/f./ '. Ralph and pat Flllmon and joint commlt.es meetingof in the Chapter Ceremony
.. Michael H. CblttyPk. COMMUNITY ChURCH The Workshop on Wednesdaysare part
By MIKE CHITTY daughters Rhonda., Donna, an:3
475-3171 the Board of Stewards and and members and friends.
\ progressing well In making
** The! General Meeting of the
_. Patty of Tampa, spent the '
; Trustees to meet .it> regard to the
t ......... .._ .""."reh Women' met on Oct. 6 kitchen articles. Last week they .Joining program.
__----- _________. : & ..... .6& weekend with Pete and Joy -:: concentrated >on decorativewall getting a pastor for the church'.'
with smaller attendance.The
Barton and! son, George. a
. Rev. Frank Thompson of Jacksonville .
Hi Sports Van, bovsluck p.... Greetings friends and neighbors Mrs. D. W. Carpenter wentto Rebecca Circle scored the high- plaques for recipe holders. has filled the pulpit J'' a a .
> the Kortt end of Chairman. McLean welcomes Another
est in attendance, eight. An f thing about the
holding out? :I guess from your rollingreportter. Jacksonville. with the David with *
much pleasure to the
"r Loddoosa. reports that the everyone and will have something horseshoe. If it hadn't been Invented
Instructive and revealing f11J.non -
tore those birds up, As it was last week, and Reid Family. Mark Reddish of members.
just Basil were biting good last LSD was shown which was for you to do. Even hospitalized we wouldn't know
didn't several weeks before the the weekend with
\ spent
? If you did you Starke. EASTERN STAR
you week, around the mouths of the folk are doing needle what football stadiums were
me about it. So next time yaiaiem creeks. The Bream were also weather was a big factor in his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. very timely, but was" declared work. The Keystone Chapter Or'jI:! 5 shaped like.

again give me a call the news it seems like people D. W. Carpenter. "something terrible opened! its first meeting of the .
biting .
good. In Lochloosa.Shlpman'a The Church Home Circles *
The Chairman Mrs. Dorothy
know about It. I'mInterested don't care about us Indian Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Raines
and let me 1969-70 year on Oct: 7 with
Camp (west> shore FarrU and! her committee will meet Oct. 20. The four Soon we will, be learning' to
. In hunting reports Beach-ites anymore do they? spent the weekend at their cot
your Worthy Matron Grac
Keeth
Santa Fe) had only one report have named this year's "Ba- afternoon ones: Circle 1 with, '1'0the/ 1970 model cars by
as well as fishing. this week. Mr. C. A. Rodt- I guess they're afraid of the tage. Theme "Christmas Won- Mrs. Walter Grollck Circle 2. and Worthy Patron, Vinton their Iou cr profiles,/ and high-'
few people that I've weather and this time of the Mrs. H. A. Holbrook has zaar ,
The Keeth officiating .
baugh. who spends the Winteron (call Chairman Mrs. Ralph. ff p"Icel.CARL
been doing can't be too careful. few iderlands. The various booths
- talked; to, have Santa Fe year you been spendng a days
has returned from Barker), Circle 3. Mrs. Aughtry
"'ill be known Kitchenpantry -
good. Michael Howard Well my typewriter has started with her daughter and family, as
jretty New Augusta Ind., and started Vance. Circle 4. Mrs. Paul Cue-
Land Children's Corner WWJW-nJ -
of friends from sticking pretty bad again Betty and Roy Griffin and fam ,
end a couple his visit right by catching 24 ndet; all meet at 1:30.: The
Kiddy Land, White Elephant.
Starke killed quite a few birds Bass last week, his first week so I'll stop fooling around and' ily.Fred Morning Circle meets at 9:30:
What-Not Land Handwork. rfe%
their first outing despite lousy back. get down t business. and Corine Thieman of with Its Chairman, Mrs. James Rudd Gas Water Heaters
Handl Land. Christmas Gifts.
Aunt Clara
I would Imagine that Thursday night. Jacksonville spent the week
'weather. Griffin's .
will be better when, Lodge (east shore Sullivan of Willis Ion. came and end at their lake cottage. Wish Land. Patio, Patio Land Cook, and Rebeccas at 8:00: -'....
the Dove Santa Fe), reported!! a slow Baked Goods, Goodl Land, TeaI with its new Chairman, Mrs. '' ;\ heats 3 times faster!
the weather settles down and week for business .but fish spent the night and visited/ (Mrs. Jo Strand'jerg.: and Richard Sundcrland. :- .0 water

so with our company the Brad- Paul and Strand ,
raining and blowing Lee Greg
stops were being caught by. the ones The Executive Board announ- ,- 4t"L
berrys and the Pierces. Uncle berg of Jacksonville, were in "
much. who fished. Wednesday, Roy ced at the General meeting Rivers Of Hot Water At
On the fishing scene, 'thing's caught 12 Specs and 2 Bass Howard and Aunt Lena Brad- Cedar Key, at the Crevasse guess the fact that they that the November meeting
because of berry of Oxford, Ala., and Family Reunion Sunday. make
slowing down sense. .
SVt and 7 S
are pounds. Roy guided would be A trial daytime meeting
continually bad weather. The Mr. and Mrs. BID AshleyThursday their nephew and his wile, My- Well folks, that seems 'to be Must be why I love them so / at one o'clock. This action LOW, LOW COST
Ic fishermen who haven't ron and Thelma Pierce of all of the news for this week well.
w and caught 5 Bass. was taken to enable members
started hunting don't seem to He took them Hueyton. Ala., who spent the so here's Leeon Then there are Instrumentals,
out again Friday living distances to drive in Pay For It From YourUtility
want to brave the weather: to morning. and caught: 5 more week with us fishing hunting LEEON'S CORRNER Just as pretty as they can be. daytime hours. Also a percentage .- .
Alfred Hudson and just plain goofing off. got There is all kinds of music Laying in bed to '
try 'em. Uncle Bass. They also caught 15 large listening one count will be taken as to ii.-: Savings.PURCHAS'tD .
an early start heading homo :To fit mood. Is real nice
cousin My- a
of Gainesville, my specs. Glen Griffin and Jerry your every place to be. total attendance as well as per
.. ron Pierce of Hueytowni!, Ala., GIbbs of Starke went out bugging Friday morning. Wednesday Now there is some that's not Thank God for Gospel music, Circle, with recognition given 1LLL FOR
and I went Bass fishing in Or- night my parents James and so hot. To proclaim the coming of the
one night and caught: 88 the circle having the best attendance
Lake but we only caught Cricket and Myron and Thel- But there's an abundance Lord.
bream. This
ange type of fishing la during the year. $2.00 Per Monthon
4. Uncle Alfred and James lots of fun. ma went bowling in Gainesville. that's extremely good.I. And tell those pore lost sInners The Rebeccas Circle had a

Brock of Gainesville, went to Well fellows it looks like When they got there they met myself, love music. That now'a the time to get on Workshop Meeting at the homeof

Newnans Lake, and caught that's about It for this week. Joyce Barton who bowls in a. Sometimes I: Just can't get board.So 'Mrs. Thomas Gregory on Economical Slade Gas

several Bass Including a 6 3-4 So let's all get out this week, league, and Daddy's cousin enough.I If you're like me, and love the 13th to work on articles for CALL NOW
and Buddy Ellis, who happened to like most all music music.
poundsr and an 8-pounder, : and catch some fish, kill some pretty their booth.
a dozen Specs. I've had be there, This was the first good. And want to hear those rafters
around birds and just have a'good 'Mrs. Thelma Wallace Chair 332 w- MADISON
'the Bass time any of them except Joyce Except that Psychadelllc stuff.I roll. LADE GAS
some good reports on :time. .I'll say so long now, soomtllouneJtiLMireek man and assistant< Mrs. MarIon
In Newnans. from Joyce Barton '"Good-bye, had bowled in several years, really love those Country Come to Hampton Baptist Barker acknowledged an PHONE 961-7701

,route-runner for Martin Tackle and good luck!I" from what they said they hada tunes Church, outstanding Job in realizing

Company.! Mr. Sikea of Slkes real ball. Buddy Ellis! of They usually have a story to And the singing will bless $219 at the 3 day Rummage
Gainesville my father's cousin. 'tell. your soul. WWWuWLnJWUW.George .
Sale
nations which participate In .

MELROSTBy the organization. :
'
They also vote 'ta contribute BEGGS

.' to the program at school to '
Joyce Rowe have breakfast served to those r D' Gulf ServiceUSED

children who come to school .
SSSSSSSSSflLc I PARTS
flnjflfl without breakfast. ---- A -
I Top Price for Wrecked Cn
CUB SCOUTSAn :
-- --- .
[From; Proceeding Page organizational meeting -- ----- -- ---- -I- -.-----_,_ 24 Hour Wrecker Service

and. Stanley' and Wade Croucn.R. was held at the Parish: House MEN: WANTED! Laundry PUMPS .. Fuel Oil .-
.'. -Simmons has returned for Cub Scout Pack 109. The CLASSIFIED! USED VACUUM cleaners re- '
AD
RATES workers. Kitchen Used
aids Cam
labor- -
-- NEW AND USEDSALESPARTS.SERVICE. cond.tloned, $15 10 different. E. LaRue -
up.
from a trIp.to Baltimore Md. new Cubmaster, D. E. Price era cottage parentf watchman Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
where he attended the Odd presided. over the meeting.A Up to IS word. .____' 1.S9: cooks and clerks ground-- :Tame brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto 468-194K

Fellows Convention. Mr. and pirate skit was performedby (Minimum charge) keeper, truck driver. Five Deep & Shallow Wells Parts & excellent repairs all .
:? Den 5 under the, directionof Water Softeners mates. Watson's House of Fire Hameownen'
&
Mrs Paul Howell of Silver Eh word over IB .07 day week, eight hour day. Filters SERVICE Small appliances
Springs, Md stayed with Mrs. Mrs. Leon Duncan. ? state retirement. vacation Expert Service On Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gaines- LIFE & ACCIDENT at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.

Simmons. While here they vis {Mitchell Jackson took first Extra charge If nut sick leave If Interested. please All Makes vllle 376-71 to. tfchg Keystone Heights 473-489J Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfch.GAINESVILLE .
place in the coloring contest paid In advance ___
ited' Mrs. Lee WIlUams .in .35 apply in person Personnel Plumbing Service DIE YOU KNOW It'3 easy to I
Dundee Busch Gardens In with Philip Courtney taking
Manager. Sunland Train- Phone 964-7061 own a Lorigcnamp Home?

Tampa, and Cypress Gardens. second place. Memorial, Resolution inc Center, Gainesville Fla. DURRANCE Better built for. F'>r,'1a living MEN WANTED Men cottage
Kelley's Restaurant has beenJeas" Byron Courtney gave a short An equal PUMP
opportunity employer. Your parents 21
planor ours age over Startingpiy
r;i to Mr. and Mrs. William orientation talk about family 7 cents per word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- : $329 month promotion op

Duncan. They will take over partlclpatin In Cub Scouting. 'I tfAhg INSURANCEAT ford Mitchell phone! C84- )portunities: and regular Increases

management Nov. 1. Mr. and Carl Hagglund led the Cubs CARDS OF THANKS REDUCED 6853: P O. Box 238. Starke in pay. 8 :hour day, 5
:Mrr'. will to their in the Cub Scout promise at RATES .
Kelley move SUTER STICK tt -. day week" sick leav., vacations
BO word Vinyl Plastic AUTO FIRE
lees BOAT
or 8.CO
the
close of the meeting. -
horn on the lake. Mrs. Dun.caiwtoperates Letters & Numbers! for Interior DOYLE elite retirement. U interested
E.CONNERINSURANCE
Nell's Style Shop.DVPJ.JCATE Refreshments were served by Each word over 50.. .07 I and exterior use. All sixes co AGENCY olease apply in pere-o-n Personnel
BRIDGE Mrs. L. Duncan Mrs. Jerry
.... Winners of Stlnson Mrs, J lors Bradford County Tele- tahA' JIMMY MOORE'S Manager, Sunland Training Cent -
the Melrose-Dup, ; ) qries Nealef graph, r. Gainesville, Flai.
]lie ate Bridge Club were:' Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Pace, Mrs. JamieBass OFFICIAL If SUN SPORTS An equal opportunity: employED -

Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray INSPECTION STATION BAIRD pro

Starves, 1st place; Mrs. B. A. The Cub Scouts Is open to aU Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30 P. M. to PHOTOCOPIERS: from 99.50 Mobile Homes MOORE BOAT !!''OR
Allen and Mrs. E. B. Goss. boys .eight through ten, or Except Saturday 8-12 $625. Take the drudgery out
Un.Paley Boyd and Mrs. Those boys who -entered the Noon of paper work.-Bradford Countv NEW and USED YOVRfONEY) WAINWTRIGHTAGENCY

John Strawn, tied for 2nd third grade. If you\ are Interested HILL'S GARAGE Teleirraph' tf 8-10-12' Wide Starke Ph. 664-0791

place: Mrs. F. S. Hubbard and In the Cub Scout pro- Keystone Height COOK WANTED Good Oalnett'l1l1eGood Complete Outboard & Stern For All Your

Mrs. Paul Johnson, 3rd place: gram, contact JamJe Bass D. Telephone 473-4185 apply In person. Longhorn Res pay Drive Service and Repair. Insurance NeedsSpecIalizIn
Quality
Mrs. H. T. Dent and Mrs. Pat E. Pace, Carl Hagglund, or taurant. 301 South. tfchg Complete Fiberglitas !Repair.C I !=; 'In

Paher, 4th place. Byron. Courtney. FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Reasonably Priced u s t 0 in-bull Fiberglass :\fohlle Home Insurance

JUNIOR WOMAN'S: CLUB beds elec. guitar, amplifiers, FOR SALE2 bedroom home Gainesville 378-2785 Fishing Koats. Ph. farlce( 9/i4./ SI" I

The members of the Melrose refrigerators: day or week. DA.HMER8. Large kitchen and living room !Serviced, Guaranteed and

Junior Woman's club helda MODEL 3T-57-0 984-7923. tfehe, tile bath, hardwood floors car- Delivered In Stiirke Area WANTED: Used!! WringerWasher. -

successful Rumag and Bake port and porch on nice corner NO EXTRA COST BUY SELL. TRADE: Used Will pay cash or take in
Sale Saturday. Loads of baked I lot I S. E. 2nd Ave. &
TALLYMASTER ; 4400. Phone
Furniture Toys.Tools. ,
964-7582 US 441 N. 4301 NW l.lth Appliances trade on Anything. DARMCR'8.
goods and useful articles were mornings. I 2nd Street
Trading
ttchg Wlmberly's
DELUXE !illerBro'iyn Gainesville 37S-S78S nII"-7923. tf-ell
offered for sale. :": Post 7434 Blandlng] Blvd., I Near Pest Office

There was also a drawing fora ; ;: FOR RENT 3 bedroom un. FOR RENT 3 bedroom Jacksonville tfchg WILL BUY: Used A lIancell.1 Open 'Til.8 P.M.
doll bed which had been donated Adds furnished house. Contact Mrs. house unfurnished. PHirnlture. TV's. .

by Mrs. Bess Lynn. It :8 Subtracts 1 D. L. Slleox 331 Clark St. ffchu located. Phone 964-6841 Conviently. tMnar of v liv TDAKMKR'fl I ..
,
was won by' Mrs. B. K. Kelley 7-8 Capacity ,. -. I I3tchl I
Nice 2 bedroom home to 10-301) I
Jr. Bids were also taken on ( be ( ITjpipR: STICK ,"'nvl Plastic I
Multiplies Volkswagen moved to lot. ()
your $4,000 cashor
a bath tub and a rug. Highest will finance to 19SO) SMALL: CAR for sale. $50. Letters. all sizes coilors. Perm- BUYINGLAND

bidder on. both items was Carl MODEL 37.57.50 New & Used I/.O"'Jt/ ;, It Interested call Ocala suit collect buyer. Good body new tires! runs. MARYCARTER ".npnt. for .use on wood, trlass.na .
.ll1s"e. "
Hagglund.<< er. metal. leather.
Sales Service '::tJI 622-8118 ask for Bill! Matheny. Phone 964-6815. Up
There will be a ten-cent sell TALL YMASTER NYTH1"'fafBra County

out Saturday. Oct. 18 for Kerns 1 Ml. North of Tire Mall 2tchll' 10-23 WANTED Man to woi'k o. Tpl".Ah tf

which were left over. The sale ELECTRIC GAINESVILLEFOR SEWING MACHINE Cleaned!, Jobs In modern sawmill. H"'iilv'
'wfll begin at 9:00: a.m. in the oiled and adjusted in your rate with time anl a half over FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bed- Dixie Land Co.
Adds room trailer outside city limits. I
same location. home, 300. Vacuum cleaner 40 hr. Plenty of work rood II
.1. B White M4B114. tfchg P. O. Box 158
The Junior Woman's Club Subtracts repairs also. All work guarante Jobs for steady workers Group PAINTS

would like to thank everyone 7-8 Capacity SALE Concrete blockhouse ed. Dennis E, Coggins, Phone Insurance ard piid vncnt1"n WANTED LISTINGS St. Marys Ga.

who helped to make this sale ( : 3 bedroom, 1 bath central 4311428. tfchg In Ocala, Fla. Sep Mr J'* On Homes and Acr ?asre. B'lvers ,
as successful as It was. Both $6995Bradford heat li alJ' ndlt1c BerrYhill 102 E. Ilrnwnl** St.CAR .
>n1ng. Corner at Ocaln Lumber' Waltipy.' srrout' 'Realty Reg. trcll"
M.A.C. lot. Phone 9645367.: tfcfcgTUMNfc WANTED Pole framers Salei Co or. write P. O. Box 'Brok 117 N. Temole Ave.

The Melrose Action Commit County piece work. will train. Perma- 1389. 2'"hnr 10-2M: Ph 'lfi4-6Bnn! Stnrke. Fla. I IMIMOPA
tee'met Tuesday to make plans nant with Company benefits. STEREO CONSOLE $67

for' the UNICEF Party which Telegraph Base start $172-$!.82 average FOR SALE 19'4 ACI'M. 7 MANOR Mob'le Home I Take up payments on 2 month

tttey will hold Haloweea night. REPAIRINGMELODY hour rate. After experienceover room house. good water double Park Trailers and spaces old beautiful stereo console like

They vewed! a film showingthe $2.50 per hour. Apply garage and storage. Phone for rent Phone 9A, -1498. II I new, 4-speed record changer-

work of UNICEF and the PIANO Southern Wood Preserving 961-7115: Z> 10-21: 8tch ID-IB combination radio Balance due

Company, Baldwin. 8 a.m. to I $67 or S9 per month. Phone
SERVICE 4 p.m. tfchg FOR RENT Kinsley Lake WASH
COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1948
vwrvfj MACHINES
new brick duplex
c LABORERS WANTED Per- Phone 964-5391 9B4-7788.apartmert selections! from which night or day. Ask for Credit
or M!r-
manent position. All company( rltt Williams tfchll choose. Pfff. Nerchl. Nelco. Manager. Will deliver, no obligation.

w T benefits. Minimum starting WE MAKE 1 Mew Home. & Universal. 2tchg 10-23

rate $1.71 per hr. Apply South FOR RENT Furnished: bedroom REPAIR ALL MAKES.!

Phone ern Wood Preserving Co. BaldwIn apartment. Light, witei, National; j! BUY EQUITY Lovely 3 bed

378-5197 8 am. to 4 p m. tfchg furnished. Suitable for bacheloi) KEYS Sewing [I room, 2 bath house. For par-

Gainesville, Fla. ticulars call 964-7649 or 964-
FOR or business lady. Also one 2 Machne Co. I i
RENT-Large upstairs 4 '
6557. 4tchg 10-9(
I t Rebuilding. Refinishing room apartment. Adults only bedroom house, furnished. Call All W. University ",ve. 373-13351 I'I I'
Phone 964-5051 day or 964-6352 9B4-5884 or 570 W. Call St. HchK I WANTED Part time man at

after 530.: tfchz FOR RENT I II ToRena( Motel. tfch*
2 and 3 bedroom
:: FOR RENT-Unfur. 2 bedroom I BUYERS WANTED: ,
TEEN LINE EXPERIENCED houses, unfurnl<;h Also fur.
REDUCE safe with
WAITRESS and fast
: house, nice location space forgrfrden. nUhel CAMPER 8 half acre lots and a three
apartmi-riM. W. H Noll-
wanted. Good Apply in GoBese tablets and E-Vap
etc. in city limits. $50 pay. ".re tiact, all fronting on road. I
mo. Ideal for retired couple. person at Longhorn Restau- man. 510 N. Cherry tfchg SAKE* Nice set u, for tra Her park and "water pills." Andrews Drugs

A PHONE Phone 9B4.5801. tfchg rant. U. S. 301 South tfchg FOR SALE Instrument. home, A. J. Thomas, Realtor. IQtp 11-20

OF HER J FOR RENT-2 bedroom house.( Armstrong Flut?. lk": new. 2TM! :: Waldo Koad Tf'-ihon' 964-5701 SINGER AUTOMATIC
HELP
WANTED Waitress. 610 Colley Phone Road. Partly fur. nol :csvllle 376-0691! SILVER COINS WANTED CONSOLE MODEL $68
Apply in pel-son B & G Restaurant -
OWN tfchg nlshed. Call 964-5453 o964- PIANO LESSONS: Now enrollinu Authorized Dealer IWS or olc"er worth 20'more I Sewing machine. Zigzags blind

-- 7110, Bobby Lewis. ltc-hi studen's., Beflnrer or "Marcralt" "Dreamer" than face value Coins In extra i I stitches, buttonholes( decorates,

FOR SALE 2 bedroom house MILLWORKERS WANTED Intermediate. Mrs D->nfoiSumrall "Wheel Camper" Rood cord.tl wOrth more etc. Original price $300. Has a

Imagine the prestige your teenagerwill furnished. 3V4 acres, high and Experience prefered. Permanent Phonr 964-3313. Travel Tra'lors: Truck I I Brl" them In today BulllngI $68 balance or reliable party in

enjoy with her own dry. On Fold I I I this area, can assume $8 monthly -
Hwy 16 at Kingeley position. Good pay and 2tp 10-2,1 Campers D'lwns n !54-727l tfchor;I
I
extension phone. Lake. Phone 533-2977. benefits. Apply week days after SALES: & SERVICE I! 1: piymcnts. Will take older
I FOR RENT Smell 2 bedro-m machine in trade. Phone COL-
WANTED LPN's 7 to 3 shift
Imagine your new solitude 2tchir 10.23 4pm. Mr. Green, 3310 N. MainSt. ,
.
she chats in the privacy of ., Gainesville. 4tchg 10-30' at S'arke Nursing Home con. furnl'hJi! house 74) N. Thomp-j LECT Jack;>nvii:& 353-1946:
as WANTED to Purchase 40II.cr tact Mrs. J. E.: Hltchco-k' 96J- FA --n St Call 964-7444: or 964- night! or day. Ask for Credit
YES' FABRICS -FI: t QualIty
her room. Birthday, holiday, or letu in North Florida For a brand new "Lovelier 6220. 4tchf 11-7 dnM drap3iy, upholsterymiterlal l 5070. Itp, Manager. Will deliver, no obligation. -

any gift-giving day, Partly Improved or Timber You" You neeJ LUZIER'S !( 2tchg 1023DRn"ERS
!. Not ons. mill ends, FOR SALE 2 -heel\ trailer
land. Cosmetics created FOR SALE Qjaker oil hester -
consider a TEEN LINE phonaan Write Earl 3. Kicks Box individually -
sjcon-'i. Metal z.ppirs NIC( to NImrod Camper, !sleeps!!! 4. $250 C
for 50.000 BTU blower
627. Jacksonville you. Evenings and weekends ( and 1
extensionof 30c. Week 10 ta 6. Fri. NEEDED
32201.4tp days : cash. Call 961-6633. lIctigADDING
10-23( 91)4-7966; Joyce Hutche n top fan. All In good condlt on.
your best wishes. cash day. Sahli'Jay 10 t} 9, Sunday Semi DrIvers Experience help
$35
Phone 9S4-5056; 1 ?hq
FOR SALE 20 acres between SECRETARY to work for 1 to 6. On 301 1'j mle.s: Northof MACHINE ROLLS. ful but not necessary, we will

Call us for details. Keystone and Stark $300 per Vocational( Rehabilitation In FOR SALE Florida 90 Waldo on 301. tfchg File Folders complete\ II'. office train you. For local and over

acre by owner. Call 473-4971. Starke. Typing 45 wpm. Short. strawberry plants. Phore 964' supplier -Tile Telegr4' the road driving. You can earn

@: 4tp 10-30 hand 60 wpm. Call 964-7857 or 6872. Itchy REWARD -- for return of "*..rf' !MI-MOS. $3.50 per hianti up. after

Florida State Telephone Co. 37B-4K04. Gainesville! collect. lip otange tom cit. with w.ilt": abort training For application
FOR RENT Kingsley Lake. WANTED -Man to woik on feet and chest. Lost in vicinity SHORT ORDER COOK Worn write: Nation Wide Safety DI-

New brick duplex apartments. LEGAL FORMS. Brad. farm Must be able to'rive! of Staike Veterinary hospital. in only wanted. Experience rector, 1525: W. Memortal Blvd.,

Phone 964-5391 or 964-7788. Mer- ford County Telegraph. Ph. tractor. J. M. Edwards Starke Wears flea collar GUI 533-2276 r.ecrsjary. Phone -168-1318 Wai- Lakeland. Florida 33801 or call

rut Williams. tfrtw 964-6305. 9ti4-5403. tfchg after R pm. Itp do. Itchg 813-683-5975. 2tchg 10-23


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BHS May Have ChanceTornado against Bolles instead of Tom standing job Marks. from the\ junior variety, losses. Napier'a ServiceIs :
Split end Tim Murphey has Coach Hurse says. Jackson also led Tornado Rewarded
chances agalnstBolles knowing-- the Tornadoes aren't.likelv fits the Tornado personnel as But Hurse his team BITS coaches say a break- tacklers against Live Oak
in Jacksonville now says an injured thumb but is expected with
down in
tomorrow to throw the football, have well as any. Hurse said this has to pass the football to get to see action. lie will blocking assignments seven individual tackles and AbbIe Napier, operator of the
night Bradford rest largely on whetherthe 'stashed' 'eight or nine playerson week he will stick by the off- the pressure off his running be backed up by Benjy Mox- against of the Llwa,Ineffective Oak was the three assists. He leads the Sunoco Service Station at 452
secondary
can offense.
the cause
,
line.fi ense. and make it team for the North Temple Avenue' has received -
game go. ley on offense and Alvarez on season with 25
contain the passing of Bulldog BHS blockers either missed
"We've
got to do .
something "We're going to break loose defense. individuals and 18 assists. statewide recognition
Bradford quarterback Coach Chip Skinner, to break that up," the BHS against somebody," the Big Dean Johns probably will start !Mark Milner will see action their assignments on oc as- Linebackers Ralph Morganand the outstanding service: provided -
sion
David Hurse mentor says. He has worked Tornado said. "I just hope It's at quarterback against Bolles. for the first time at defensive or didn't hold the block Christy Chandler each customers.
says. his players hard on passing Friday night against Bolles." Senior quarterback Mike Nor- safety. Slated to start there In long enough. were in on seven tackles against Napier received an engraved
BUS is entering the game a this week, the coach man will start at fullback. The defense pleased coaches
Live
fellow industry men
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says. Oak. plaque
the first game Milner has been They are
definite underdog. But the Houston option offense more than the! ,
"We Christy Chandler will be at offense but it
played better than we close behind Jackson for :luring the Florida Petroleum
If the defense holds up, the showed demands quarterback who left half and Dale. Johns at hobbled by a pulled hamstring still didn't net to the.Live Oak the
Head Torndo says, there Is a against Live Oak. Our can throw the ball, the coach : .. which still slows him. Despite quarterback season. Morgan has 26 Individuals Council's 5th aMualOilman'sConvention
chance that the BUS offense offense played better than it says. The threat of the pass right. Jimmy Alvarez wentto that he has carried out the punt hoped. as coaches had and 14 assists;Chandler in TampaThursday,
did aglnstSt.Augustl e,"Ilurse the National FFA Conventionthis ing duties for the Tornadoesand has 23 individuals andjfi Oct. 9.
may explode for a touchdownor has to be there. Hurse says he Nobody was credited .
two. it states. "We just haven't pieced has instructed his quarterbacksnot week and missed practice, done a creditable job. outstanding fame either with an assists _________ ;"
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together yet. to but he will see spot duty. Sophomore Bernard Brown way. October 18/18B7' Gen. ::
The Tornadoes will throw the throw in the first four But defenslv end
football against Bolles, Hurse the The Houston option offense games. "I didn't see any use Gene Harris will start at will also see much action in son probably saved Danny a loss Jack-in October 23, 1943: British Lovell H. Rousseau took formal ,
Tornadoes run is explosive defensive tackle. Rudolph Per- the defensive secondary Fri- troops under Montgomery possession of Alaska for
says. Teams like Live Oak, the in throwing if it wasn't goingto the fourth when" he made two
coach says. It also be completed." kins will start at defensive endwwJw day night. lie has done an out- big plays, throwing the Live crushed Rommel's army at El the United States. on Sitka
Alamein, Egypt Island; purchased from Russia
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