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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 23, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Oct. 30"Bradford's c :r i4 ? SheriffA


Clerk Charles DarbY

:Alive In 83, died suddenly of heart failure group of Negro residents -
at his
Tuesday>: morning
2525" is the theme for ) k + r home here.A meeting in Reno
J Monday night failed to extract -
Bradford High School's veteran city and county
Homecoming festivities to polltlclal figure Darby, was. f a promise from

take place October 30-31. completing his 16th year as Sheriff p D. Reddish to
county clerk and clerk of the immediately employ a full-

Activities will Include: Tornado Circuit Court here. Ha has also time Negro deputy.

Whirl, a Homecoming Par- served as councilman and as d
of Starke, Early this month a petition
ade, and the game Friday Oct- mayor of the City
the Bradford and was In business! as an in- bearing 217 names was pre-
between
ober 31,
sented to the sheriff asking
High School Tornadoes and the dependent groceryman.
that he replace former Deputy -
Services were held at the
Perry Bulldogs. ] Kenneth who has
Lake ; Fuqua,
graveside In Crosby
Tcmaio: Whirl kicks off the been elected Starke police
activities Thursday night, 8 Cemetery at 11 a.m. today( : with chief, with a Negro.
Rev. W. A, Hogan pastor of
p.m., October 30, in Bradford But Sheriff Reddish said Mon-
the First Baptist Church offi-
High School's football stadium.
day night he has a previous
Scheduled events for the Whirl ciating. The family requested ', obligation for Fuqua's posi
program include class skits, Instead of flowers, that friends

presentation of the Homecoming contribute to the church) of CllartH Dad ;p tion.Reddish said he plans to em-

Queen and: Court, band and their choice- ploy a Negro as a deputy; how-
drill team routines, and a huge Mr. Darby was an independent both of Starke and ever, if he can get funds from
bonfire. One of these senior BHS coeds will be named 1969 Breeden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs James H. Breedenof groceryman prior lo his Mrs. Robert Nobles of Rich- the County; Commission next

Miss Sally Moore, Homecoming Homecoming Queen at the Tornado Whirl next Thurs- Keystone Heights; Miss Theresa Clem, daughterof election as county clerk in 1952. mond Va.; one eon! : MichaelA. August to put on a fifth full-
Queen of 1968, will returnto Miss The grocery located on Call of Wichita, Kansas time deputy. He needs six deputies -
day night, Ode 30. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clem of Starke, and west of Naswoilhy'j Darby ;
Street just sheriff said two
crown, the: 1969 Homecoming the left is Miss Watts of Broward three sisters: Mrs. S. L. Peek: the ,
Queen who will ba chosen from From Tanya daughter Elaine Akridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. was operated by Darby's father more than the four fulltlme
Sr. of Starke, Mrs. C. W. Chalk-
Mr. and Mrs. John I.. Watts of Raiford Miss Karen
candidates Miss ; E. Akridge. the late A. M. Darby Two ones now employed.The .
the Elaine following Akridge Mlsj: Karen .mu___ __m._. .___.._.____ ._.__ eons, and Morgan Carby,. took er Phillip of MaguIre Gainesville of ,WAshington and Mrs. sheriff did not name the

Breed, Miss Theresa. Clem, over the business. Later they person to take former Deputy;
Commission D. C., and:: five grandchildren.Burial
and Miss Tanya Watts. ParkingAt By County erected a new store, now occupied was In Crosby Lake Fuqua's place. He denied the
by Suwannee Store on name is a secret but said It
makeup
Class princesses! who Cemetery under direction of
the Queen's Court, are: West Call Street. was premature to announce the
Funeral Homeof
DeWitt C. Jones
Mr. Darby was elected to the person's name Monday night,
Edwards Miss
Miss Sherrl Peggy Norman, and Miss, Jean- P. 0.Relieved. Work Set Toward Starke city council in Saptem-; Staike. but said it will be announced

ine Wilcox. ber 1941 when he and Orle Wig next week.

The Homecoming Parade will gins, senior member! of the About 30 persons from Law-
start at approximately 1:30: present council, were elected 2 Bradford Men tey and Starke met with the

p.m. oa Friday, October 31. from a field of seven. sheriff in the Allen Chapel AME
The parade:! will feature many The following term, In September Church In Reno. Mrs. S. J.
floats sponsored ,by the classes 1943, he was elected In Palatka Jail Morris, who led the meeting,
Six new 15-min. parking Low Rent .
and various clubs at Bradford HousingWith mayor and served In that capacity said the group wanted "first
will be added to the west
spaces until 1947 when he did hand Information" and the "de-
High School. side of Walnut Street across re-election. tails of his position" on hir-
not seek
There will be three cash prizes On B&E
from the Post Office in hopes ChargesTwo
He was in the 10th month of ing a fun time Negro deputy;
Homecoming Chairman
given during the that it will solve the problemof Dave Shuford
Shufori.: pointed out that in sheriff.
He explained to The Tele- his 16th year as county clerk.
activities. Winning class so many drivers getting tic- leading the way, the County addition to Putnam County, graph that the federal govern- Charles Arthur Darby was The sheriff was also askedif
r float will receive $25 donatedby kets for overtime in Starke men in Jail
parking Commissioners decided unanimously are
many other counties are participating ment puts up the money for the born. In Starke on March 3, the Negro deputy; would have
the Triest Construction Co., front of the office. in Palatka under $30,000 bond
post Monday night to beginthe
in the the of owned car
PHA program, construction and that the 1906. son of the late Arthur use a county;
Inc.. Winning club float will That request was made Tues- work to forma each on three charges of break..
necessary and that people whom he had county uses the rent money to Morgan and Ida Wolfe Darby and the amount of salary he
receive $15.00 donated by theGirl's day night by Police Chief Ken ing and entering.
Bradford County Housing talked would draw.A .
with in Alachua. and member of the
pay the federal: governmentback. He was a
Athletic Association! of Fuqua and agreed to by the City Authority which 'would build Arrested early> Saturday
Union Counties said they only Then, after about 40 Masonic Lodge and of the First
Bradford:! High School and the Council. Board members indi- low-rental housing. morning, the 11th by Palatka fulltime deputy; would be
winning skit will receive $25.00 cated they would be willing: to The Commissioners' decis- regret they had not applied for years the county owns the Baptist Church of Starke. City Police and .the Putnam issued a county; car, the sher-
try that solution for a few more housing units. housing. Darby attended Tulane the The starting salaryof
donated by the Florida Bankat iff said.
ion did: not commit them to the County Sheriffs Department
Starke. months to see If It will work. "All those other counties Trlest also said that the rent University of Florida and: wasa a deputy of $400 per month
Judges for the floats and When Chairman Jimmy Mc- Public Housing Authority's program can't be wrong," Shuford said. for such housing! would range member of Delta Tau Delta were Terry Boatwright, 25, and with $40 Increments every six
Rae asked why so many park- but simply was a decls- Ernest Trlest contractor who from about $25 a month to- Fraternity. Kenny Proctor, 21. months to a maximum of $550
skits
will be Mrs Jacqueline ing tickets have been In to apply for a PHA lowrental built the courthouse, was the his wife, The two were In the process: of said.
Cline, junor! guidance counselor given pre- about $50, depending on He Is survived by per month Reddish
Chief Fuqua said it Is main- program in this county.It sent and said that his companyhad rentor'a-income. Virginia Darby of Starke: peeling a safe in the Gulf Bulk Frank Bell, a parttime Negro -
at BHS :Mr. Gus ,
Konslouajs
owner of the Garden! Rest- ly because drivers persists in was pointed out that it built a number of housing; It was also pointed out that three daughters:, Mrs. Randy Plant in Palatka when: they county deputy; sheriff for

aurant Captain John :Myers, parKIng overtime in front of would take two or three yearsto units under the PHA program .(Continued on Paige :Four) Johns and Mrs. Emmett (Continued on Page. Four) 11 years, was present at the
: the post office and blocking the complete all the paper work --- meeting. When asked by the
president of the Bradfor.1 drive in mail box. before such a program could Sheriff, Bell said he had told
Chamber of Commerce, and the Postal authorities won't move begin in. Bradford County. Reddish he is not interestedin

Honorable Theron A. Yawn. the mail box to another comer Kicking the ball off, Shuford BHS-Palatka Battle SetA a fulltime position. Bell
Homecoming activities will or an alley, the chief said, commented that he and:! other Big makes more money now than
reach their peak Friday night,
because their regulations designate commissioners had been to Pa- he would as a fulltime deputy;
October 31, at 8 p.m. when the the corner of walnut latka to look at the low-rental sheriff. Reddish told the

Bradford Tornadoes meet the and Jefferson Street for the housing there and that they group.
Percy Bulldog' In the Bradford liked what they saw. "Speakingfor capacity crowd is expectedto will Tackle David Buckler 195-12.
is big and tough and run Moye, run tough sideline: pat
High School stadium.: box.Only solution he can figure myself I'd like to go on. watch the annual battle between over you the scouting report is big and quick and: a tough terns. BHS must stop that and Only one Negro applicant fora

out, Fuqua said, is to allow record: as favoring trying to get the undefeated Palatka tells BHS players. blocker. John Mark DuPont the bomb plus defend against deputy; Sheriff Reddish told
more parking spaces for the It for Bradford County," the Braves and Bradford's FIght- Guard Bobby Ballard 181-12. 185 Is the other tackle and the the running of Hood, Anderson, the group, meets the standardsset
Set Clock post office to see If that will Chairman said. ing Tornadoes at Bradford. Is the best blocker on the only sophomore on the staring and Castlebsrry. up by the Police Standards

alleviate the situation. Commissioner Ralph Bryan Field at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Brave 1'ne.! Guard Donnie Ken- Palatka offense. Quarterback Art Ann's! is tabbed Council.
"This is beautiful," said De- Indicated that he had a num- Going by the record to date, nedy, 150.12, is small but tough. Both ends::! Thsooold and the best ons the Tornadoeswill Dan Hankerson Jr., however,
lacks the 200 hours of law
Back lano Thomas visitor to the ber of
SundayStandard a questions concerning the BHS is a definite underdog to
have face':! this season,
enforcement training now required -
council meeting "I saw a and he '
program was assured the tough 5-0 Braves who have the second straight week the
time Is comlrgagain. man park In front of the post that he would have two to beaten Live Oak, Sanford, Class had read by state law.
BHS scouting report have
Reddish said he plans to
office, lock his car, and go Into three years to get answers to AA Ocala, Seabreeze, and Or-
the Florida Theatre. This is that way. Annis! Is a sprint out Hankerson enter the next law
Officially, the change from beautiful." those questions. ange Park. The Tornadoes:!: are passer but doesn't run the ball enforcement training course offered ->
daylight saving time to stand- 221. They have beaten St. too much. at the Bradford-Union

ard time lakes place at 2 Augustine and Baker County, The Brave offense Is also tab. Vocational Training Center

a.m. Sunday, the 26th. Unless 2 Boards lost to Bishop Kenny and bed the best BHS will have here. The sheriff was high in
you" are a night owl, it Is i May Settle BollES. and played Live Oak to OfAI MON'la 3 ; seen this season better than his praise of Hankerson, also

suggested that you change a 0-0 tie."But Boll s, both Coach Sexton and present at the meeting. Red-
;your clock before that time. I anytime Bradford High Coach Hurse agree. dish asked if anyone present

To change back to stand- l Use Of Old CourthouseThe and Palatka get together you BUS Plans would disapprove his hiring
ard time, set your clock back can throw away the record' fefw To bat: the Braves tomorrow Hankerson. There were no ob-

one hour. This means you'll Tornado Coach David: Hurst night, BHS coaches have Installed jections.

have an extra hour Saturday It is possible that agreement School Board first decided says. some new wrinkles In Several residents had ques-
tions for the sheriff:
night. may be reached within the has the edge BHSIn their passing game designed
to request the old courthouse Palatka on aiIIIl Is it possible for Negro and
next month between the a. to open up the defense and
two .4
or on June 23. A resolution size and experience. The e'rr white deputies to ride togetner
County Commission3rs: and' the stating the request was approved Braves are rated by BHS coaches make U: more vulnerable toa in county; cars, Mrs. Elizabeth
F/A. PvR C
School Board concerning the by the Board July 15, with as a hide better than the LII running attack. Just what Walker asked.
School Board's request that the one amendment.: Bolles team the Tornadoes lost the changes: in plans and per- Frank Bell now rides in cars

Hampton PTA old courthouse be deeded to The amendment, which ask- 19.6 to last week. scnel switches are Is being kept with white deputies and writes:
that body for the use of the ed that the School Boardbe "A game between Bollei and 3,200 FP&L Employees Strike under wraps, however reports of cases which he knows

CARNIVALSaturday county school system. reimbursed! if the county Palatka would ,be a fine football : Some things BHS coach more about than the white deputy -
The matter wa discussed! :! sold! the building, created prob- game," Hurse states. They have announced Is the move which accompanies him

Oct. 25 briefly Monday night when the lems when the resolution was are a threat passing as muchas In Dispute Over Wage ContractJ. ,of Rudolph Perkins 190-12, Reddish said.
5 P.M. Till? County Commissioners met. At considered: :! by the County Com- running. Quarterback Art back to his starting defensive: our intention to't hire
that time Clerk Charles Darby! missioners. Annis has wan two games this tackle position. Perkins played a Negro" Joe Walker asked.

Costume! ContestRefreshments suggested to the: Commissioners When the Commissioners met season in the last minute with defensive end against! Bolles "No, not If I don't get the
with winds of than
Macclenny, cane
F. Beavers of mora
that they should do what- Aug. 4 they decided to make long bombs to split end Jim and Tom Marks 175-12, was money. Yes, I intend to hire
ever they intended: to do about a counter-proposal.! At that Theobold: the Braves top re- and Lowell King, Stark: stait- 100 miles per hcur, had chang;;I at the tackla post. The switchback him," Reddish said. The sher-
Booths the old: courthouse. meeting Darby! suggested and ceiver. ed picketing! the Starke cilice its northerly course: and: veer according:! to Coach Sexton iff said it would take about
Commissioners! replied that the Commissioners agreed, that Palatka, as always, will run of Flcilda poweLight: Co., ed to the eaat-southeast'::: placing is being made mainly, the $13,000 to put another full-

Pony To Be an agreement for the transfer Yawn should draw up a proposal the ball straight at you, says on Colby Read::: Wednesday! it about 30) mile west- coaches feel Perkins U! the most time deputy; on the road. Not
should be drawn County morning as field workers and southwest of Fort Myers. capable defensive salary have to be
up by saying It was interested in Defensive Coac Mike: Sexton tackle on the only does
Given Away Attorney Theron A. Yawn and conveying use of the courthouse They are expected: '' to run off electricians struck the giant FP&L officials and negotiators team, being both!! big and quack considred, but a fifth car would
they would sign at. and also stating the terms and tackle and up the middle from utility which 'serves! 33 counties for the I.tei'national Tom Walks and Danny Jackson have to be purchased, new uniforms -
Fun For AH Commission Chairman Dave conditions under which the their strong-I formation: more and half of Floi Ida's six mil Brotherhood of Electrical Woikers : will again ba the defensive: upkeep of the automo-
Shuford later toll The Telegraph Commissioners woulj convey than around the ends. The lion residents. ends. Dale Johns will see more bile, etc., he said.
IBEW( )
were scheiuiid:! to:
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as he understood it the the bu.lding.In Braves use the pro set, with Supeivisoiy and! professional meet action in the Palatka contestat "We've been waiting a long
This Space Contributed agreement would say that the an Aug. 5 letter to tho two flankers, when they passor personnel! look: over the task of tempt to Wednesday aib.trate the in contract an at. tackle since the Brave time for this," Herman John-

- Weekly to Publicize County would deed the old County School Superintendent: run up the middle. optsiatlnj' : FP&L facilities: at dispute over wages. IBEW officicls guards are smaller. Gene Har- son said,""Now we get another

Community Events by courthouse to the school board and to School Board members: Halfback Walt Walker, 175-12 midnight: Tuesday when pickets ) called the shrike after itsmembers ris and Budjy: Sapp who have! promise.
with the clause that the school Yawn said that the Commit- and tight end Vic Moye 195-12. were pelted lor 11 unlays: representing both played def nsva: tackle, Robert Scott Lawtey city;
The CommunityState board could: make any alterations : ion were "recelptlve to and are nlso fine receivers and some 3.200 linemen, rejected n oneyearcompany will also see much action there councilman asked if the sher-
is
proposal by a reported iff was saying there no
it fit. ar.d sltc'.inin.: Friday.
aw
looked with favor upon" the good runners. electricians
2 to 1 margin being
of Negro deputy;
Bank Shuford said the agreement Board's resolution! but under Danny Hood 185-12.! and Company spo':<53m2i said they Senior guard Jim Shuford chance hired before a next August?
Injured would also state that the expecteJ normal service to bs has also been tough In practice
Account nnw no circumstances would tho Kenny Anderson 185-12 are A company spokesman said Only If the County; Commis-
up to SI5,000 by School Board could have the County agree to the amend top night tail! b;'ck*. They are maintained, but wee uncertain the utllUy offered the union\ an this week Coach Hune sayi, sion would agree to amend the
Federal Deposit [near. building as long as it wanted ment. tough and could play on any- what. pi-CJduus: : : wcuKI l d3- hourly Increase of 41 cents: \ oran and will see a lot of action at 1969-70 budget just passed, the
Corp. with the stipulation that the The letter closed with this body's foctbnll, according to velop If Hurricane: : : Loiie should 8.03 per cent hike in the old the offensive guard post which sheriff said. Reddish said his
nee School Board1: could not sell tho sentence: "In due course! the BIB Fcoutinff\ report: has lead Hike FloiUlu'j West Coast. At rate, while the union was seek has been handled: by junior
the old courthouse.' (Continued on Page Six) back Rusty Catlcbcriy! I l'JH-12.' last report the erratic hun'lI ing a 33 per cent luciease. (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Four)


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Of Interest To Janice B ,rt BrowningHas .day PartyJanice I I Wool\ Elegance The Hallmark Winter ti I! ",

I Browning celebrated -
WOMEN (her sixth birthday anniversarylast Mrs. E. F. Miles visited her By Martha. Sue McCain While the very short mini Is soft knits and jerseys and the
Friday: afternoon when her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. no longer in high style, most charming challis. The new
mother Mrs. David Browning, Bill Miles, in Valdosta, Ga. Home Ecnomlst skirts will continue ID be short. wools have soft texture, some s''
Fashion
ia mood An
gave a party for her and 30 over the weekend. : a espec-. But we'll also see clinging calf- brushed and napped: fleece
*Gladys ,or Mrs. Clyde B. Terwllle- ially charming mood this win.tel' and stunning floro 'I.:
Mooty: Phone 964.7608 .P'-: little friends.: length skirts velour. flannel, suede, nubby
gar, Jr., Mrs. Edward Burns Soft, feminine, charming.wearable .
lengths in
The Halloween theme was tweed and mohair fleeces "
and Mrs. Lucile Davis attendedthe wool Is made with .
Shower Given: Bible Petitions DessertBridgeGiven carried out In the party decorations district three meeting of styles iso versatile that any woman Coats are every length, high with boucle over plaids, in diamond ,':.

For Miss Thomas Circulated For Visitor and refreshment table the Episcopal Church Womenin can find! her way to something the long coat definitely wearable for & argulo pattern prints. Never v
By but really
appointments. The table was Melrose on Wednesday.Mr. becoming.The styles have wools been so !adaptable,
Bride-Elect Junior WomenThe By Mrs. PickeringMrs. centered with a birthday cake and Mrs. Ferris Wardof look of suite for this sea the woman with tailored flair.' ,Coats yet so wearable, so feminine. It's ',';:
topped with a miniature cat are teau..fully:: : to be a woman
Orlando were weekend guestsof great season
son Is the look of pants 03 partof feeling a
Miss Bonnie Thomas, whose Starke Junior Woman's L. N. Pickering enter- and:: pumpkin. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- the whole costume. Three feminine because of a In wool .'
marriage to Craig Padgett will Club has undertaken A3 a project tained at a dessert-bridge party Games were played in the wlllegar Jr. and attended the way suits of wool are one of of softness, long slim lines ,*,
be an event of November 7, was for National Bible Week Saturday night at her home on yard and: prizes awarded to Florida-North Carolimrfbotbatl the. most practical costumes a and style. Girls\ Do you like to* sew? '
honored at a bridal shower> Nov. 9-13, the circulation of Redgrave Street honoring her the winners. game. woman can have. The elongated A soft swirl of capes will be Well yu can stitch yourself ';
Tuesday night In the Pine petitions concerning the usageof }iou 3-guest Mrs. Homer Lewis Assisting In serving and car- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson snugly fitted jacket with seen; capes with small tops, right into a European vacation .:'
Level Baptist Church education 'the Bible.' of Folkaton, Ga. Ing for the little guests were and family visited her parents, long lean lines is equally .smart wide hems, and the softest of college scholarships, bonds orone "
building. Hostesses\ : were In announcing project The 18 guests were served Miss Pauline Nichols and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wall, in over matching pants or a skirt. textures. Plaid lining In American of dozens of other pilzes :'-

(Mrs. Thad Smith, Mrs. HughHutson. Mrs. Bill Chambers, publicity pumpkin pie ana,:: coffee upon Beulah Norman. Alachua on Sunday. Skirts are short, flippy, pleated. wool will give the caps Enter the make it yourself with J-..'
Mrs.- Jerald Baldwin, chairman of the club said their arrival. Several progressions Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave Wells and :And the pants are smart if worlds of fashion, comfort and wool contest! . Fcr information ;.:'
Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Mrs. Roy Bryant, Mrs. Jessie of! bridge wearabllity. Martha Sue
Mrs Madelyn Murray has opposed were played:: at they fit right, lifted in back and call Miss
Ricks. Mrs. Paul Faulkner! the four tables and prizes were in Jacksonville Sunday So the feminine soft look; 964-6354 or write to '.,
our prayers In schools McCain at
loosentd down the leg from the
Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
visiting
Mrs Mark Moody will be handled:: by wool this :
Mrs JimmyThornton.
were awarded. Florida
and won her case in court. She t/ el 1 ru Hutto. hlpline. The fit and comfort are PO. Box 267 Staike. :
Mrs. Wayne Sapp, Placed at vantage points In. :? season through the use of marvelously winner! :,
be .
is now trying to stop the read- Mr. and Mrs. Guy sale will right, if a woman locks well wools, the gentle 32081. You can a
and Mrs. Donald Jerkins.A the sheer
ing of the Bible In We party rooms were arrangements I ,
space. spend the weekend with their In pants sitting as well as e
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turquoise and white color feel that it is time for the people of chrysanthemums in son-in-law and daughter Mr. standing Pants must be also\ ( --:: -- ) ,
motif was carried out in the who believe in God to standup shades of yellow, orange and and Mrs. Keith Gillingham, In properly accessorized: or the
party decorations. The refresh- !brown for the occasion. Bradford County Hospital an.
and voice their opinions.To .
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Tampa. '
entire outfit can be disaster.
ment table was covered with a Assisting in serving nounces the following births. NOTICE
,
each of the churches inBradford were Mrs. J. C. Rogers of Miami Junpsuits are one of the off. -
dacron and lace cloth: ard: cen- Miss Betty Wilson of Jacksonville 'Mr. and Mrs. Rayford W.
County a petition and was a weekend guest of Mr. :beat trends for winter. An
tered with an arrangement of niece of Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Goss, Brooker. a daughter
letter of explanation has been and Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs.H.L. Imaginative, ingenious of \t',
white chrysanthemums. This sent. Please make use of the Charles Darby and Mrs. H. M. Teresa Lou Oct. 14. Speer, and Mrs. G. J. different way -.',,
was balanced by crystal candleholders tot desire Hatcher Jr.Duplicate. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Sherman McGrlff Sry. dressing they are
opportunity express your -
with turquoise: tapeis. to have the Bible used in Crosby, Gainesville, a son, Jef- ::: :?::)S3Jf9Q: i06 Q. vastly versatile.becoming; Dress, and them extremely up- Effective October 22 We Will Be Open :
A Hallmark wedding bell cen. fry Clayton, Oct. 17.
our newest frontier. If your Bridge
tered the gift table. church did not receive a petition Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wl1eySweat Mrs. Faulkner greeted guestsat Winners NamedMr. Gainesville, a daughter tunic, or tie-on a brief and
venience.
please contact Mrs.
the door; and Mrs. Moody Jeanne Loper. 1320 Searing Angela" Marie, Oct. 18. GrahamBy flippant skirt. There are tn. :,rGayle's
presided at the punch bowl. and Mrs. Edward Wainwright Mr. and Mrs:! Marshall Eaves numberable ways of dressinga :
St., Starke, Fla. We are observing
Games with prizes were play National Bible week, Nov. were winners at the Starke, >a daughter, Oct. 20. basic jumpsuit. SalonSTARKE
ed during the party hours. 9-15. Please help us this week Starke Duplicate Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. James T. Starling Cathy tefevera Dresses have a beautiful softness Beauty :,
The hostesses presented. the by returning the petition with Tuesday night with a score of Law ley, a daughter .Oct this season. They flow
honoree with electric hand .',
an 20. in sheer wool challls and crepes
mixer memento of the your signature on it.' 35.Tying CHURCH NEWS feminlna. PLAZA :
as a for second: place were The Church Time Schedule: that are unbelievable ;
ccaslon. Mrs. J. W Ritch and.: Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Sewell Is home as follows: Sunday School .
Garden Club Junior Club Harry Mooty, partners, and after spending several monthsat 9:45: Church Services (morning .
!Mrs. William H. Davie and her summer home in Little
) 11; Church Services
To Meet MondayThe Board To Meet Mrs. H. T. Dent, partners from Switzerland N. C. V biting (night) 8. The evening services THURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAYDEPARTMENT "
Keystone Heights, both with a her for six weeks Is her sister will return to 7 p.m. after the SAYE AT
The Executive Board of the Mrs. Paul A. Smith of Phoeniz, ,
Starke Garden Club will score of 33'. Mrs. Ruby Johns Time change
meet Monday at 7:30: p.m. at Starke Junior Woman's Club and Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw were Ariz. The GA meeting will be held \ -,'
the home of Mrs. Maxie CarterSr. will meet Monday Oct 27, at third with a score' of 33. There next Tuesday at 7:30: at the
.
has returned '
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Beryl Casey
were four tables in play. iDiscour I
with Mrs R, F. Young as Church. ss
cohostess.The George Loper, 1320 Searing st The weekly tournaments are to her home in Quito, VISITS MADE STORES ,:
Ecuador after several weeks''
to the and lesson-
program will feature open public Miss Mary Broughten and
slides and orchid plants collected review begins at 7 p.m. each visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. her mother Mrs. Thelma ....
Judge and Mrs. T, Yawn Casey. She also visited her
A. Tuesday In the Pratt Street
: by Mrs. Young on a recent Broughten, visited! her son,
and daughters returned Tues- mother, Mrs. Lucy Wince, in
Recreation Center. The first
orchid: gathering trip to Billy Broughten, in Jackson-
Nicaragua. Visitors are wel- day after a long weekend at round of duplicate play startsat Clarksburg, W. Va. and Mr. ville Sunday.:! APPLIANCE SPECIA lh "
their summer home in Whittier and Mrs. Pat Casey in Fort
come and may call one of the N. C. 7:45.: Myers. Mrs. Mattie Davis spent Tues-
hostesses. day through Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. Donald: Bolles of

Gainesville.Mr.. and Mrs.. Morris Starling PANASONIC --' = ::

and daughter Sherle attendeda :
RICE dinner in Jacksonville Sun- /

rSPEC1ALs( day.Mr. 12 in TV
and Mrs. Jennings Starling NEW' :
SHOE SALE. . visited: and were dinner ::
guests of Mrs. Earl Odom $ I .J

DEPARTMENT I STORES t Tuesday VISITORS night 89.95 5 1970 ::;:

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall and: value MODEL
Mrs. Harold Goad and sons,
PAIR ATREGULAR all of Hawthorne, visited Mrs. .y

BUYONE ... O. L. Lester Wednesday.Mrs. :: I
Rachel
PRICE Starling of --
.
Gainesville visited with Mr. New. 1970 model with solid -- __ 1 rM988
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and:! ,Mrs Harley Stalling' last state circuitry, instant-on fea- -- ;:
ture and complete UHF-VHF
Saturday Mrs. Elaine and Sunday.Peoples: celebrated reception. 1 yr. warranty on -- .,:;:;

her birthday at the homeof picture tube, parts and labor. : : I
G ET 0 N E PAIR.... her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M ,
,
Jimmie R. Smith, Sunday, Her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs R.
L. Smith, were also there. GE AM-FM
"
Mr. and:! Mrs. Frank Reynoldsof PORTABLERADIO :-
Reddick spent Saturday night
with Mrs. Mattie Davis. ":

} f $14.95 value _,, ".
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ON SUNDAY powered 44

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4 Hot $1 .
Dogs ...

3 Hamburgers $1 7-PC. SUNBEAM .
LADIES GIRLS .
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Cigarettes Ctn. WATER J: HAIRDRYER


s Ladies Heels Flats Sports $3.84 SET .

Girls Flats and SportsThat's ATKINSON'SCANDY -,, $1.95 value $27,99 value ..


right this Thursday Friday and Sat SHOP $122 '1 $1788

urday choose from a tremendous group of latest 12 Miles-South of '
Starke On 301 Waldo Matched set of six Professional typebigl2oz.tumblers :'
fashion shoes. Buy one pair at our regular low = consolette dryer .

.S price then pick out a different pair at the same and 64oz. pitcher .tJ J i with 4 heat set "
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Big 4 qt. capacity $ oo
"- SLIP-ONS REDS COMBINATIONS John, Fully automatic .:
heavy duty cast 9 makes 4 to 12 .
aluminum Extra cups. Twist-lock

Abopt This Question strength pressure top and pop-up .

LADIES ACCESSORIES AT DOORBUSTER PRICES! "Burglars failed to crack control unit. basket. '

SHIFT LADIES LADIES open our safe but damaged
it so badly it couldn't '
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j GOWNS BRAS / be OSTER
PANTIES opened. I know our RIVAL
490 ea. values Safe Burglary insurance -' ------

i j' value$1 reg.$1 will pay the damage to j f 8-SPEED CAN
$1.49 our !
$ 41 3 for9 9 our office and the cost ofa ; .5tdr BLENDER OPENER

new safe but how O
about -
Fine acetate tricot Compare with national Special purchase
the $34.95 value value
$9.95
$35
with beautiful lace brand quality of better panties we paid a I
and embroidery and styling. Nylons, acetates professional safecracker to
trim. Pastels S Padded and unpad- and nylon sheers. get our cash and valuables h $2 588 $ 6 88
high shades.-M-L. ded styles. A-B-C. Sizes 510. out of the old safe?" .1


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Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and Jimmy Mr. and Mrs.( Curtis Sanders :Jars( George B. Flynn Sr.
. lawn visited Mrs.( Georgia attended the funeral of Mr. returned Saturday from two
, Mack at the Gainesville Medical Sanders' grandfather, C. C. weeks visit with grandsons,
Center on Sunday. Mrs. White, in Shelby, N. C. last Dr. Glen McClane[ and James
Mack was transferred to Orange Thursday. McClane( in Atlanta, Ga.Mr. r's
General Hospital in Orlando : ( and Mrs. Carl Minx returned
Tuesday. Save 13-1/3 on Hallmark Wednesday from ten days
Christmas Cards purchased be vacation in Rio de Janerlo.Mrs. .
Melissa Jackson spent the fore Nov. 1st. Bulllngtons.Mrs. : ( C. S. Haddock\ visited
. weekend with grandparents, her mother, Mrs. Stella Griffin -
Mr. and Mrs.( H. E. Smith in ( Gene hey Jr. and Miss[ In St. Vincent's Hospitallast + t
Wllliston.Mr. Friday. Mrs. Griffin is
Jajne Hardy, spent the weekend
..
confined with a broelhip.\ .
and Mrs. Leo Champ
at the Delta Gamma Sorority
ion were in DeBary Mondayto house in Athens, Ga. while Mr Jackson
:Jars( Dan Harris of t. -
Wednesday oflastweekvisit- Key attended the St. Andrews- ville was visiting Mr. W. B. ,+ I Il It
ing Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- Tennessee prep school homecoming Mundy( on Wednesday and t.t
dale. ( and visited his[ parents, Thursday of last week
Ensign and Mrs. Don R. Mr.( and Mrs. Ivey Sr. In Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hamil t.t.t
Thomoson of Pensacola were Ga. They all attended the ton of Fort Lauderdale are
visiting Mr.( and Mrs. W. B. Delta Gamma sorority house spending a few days with their
Thompson over the weekendand dedication on Sunday PLUSH Uncut cotton cor 'M' \
and
:Miss[! Lillian Stump
attended the L'. of F. Homecoming Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae( also aunt. visiting :Mrs. Hunli ton'. surface duroy with gives a a plush look suede of "new-tlke t. "Y ....., /

and sons and Mr.( and Mrs. grandmother, :Mrs.( F, F, Stump, ness" to campus separates. t.t ._
R. H. Grider is !In Alachua Bobby Crawford and son of in the Alachua General Hospital Meredith Gladstone of Crazy
General Hospital for observation Lake City were visiting[ Mr.( Horse styles it into a l laced- t.t t
and treatment. and Mrs. Barney McRae( Sr. Sheriff and Mrs. P, D. Red- front bolero and flared leg
Mrs. Martha Moore( and Mrs. and family on Sunday dish visited Mrs. Bessie SappIn pants. A toulard-printed cotton r ,
Edward Burns attended the Col. and Mrs.( H. J(. Hatcher, Raiford on Sunday. blouse ties the whole outfit t h Yi
Guild Players production "The Jr. attended the National Con- Miss[ Dorothy Alvarezwas together. ,
Star Spangled Girl" Jackson vention of the National Guardin In Boynton Beach last week

ville Sunday afternoon. Mobile, Ala on Monday to visiting her parents, Mr.( and .[rs. L. L. Fullwood andJfrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Thursday of last week.Mr. Jars Ralph Alvarez. R. F. Young attendedthe t
..
Sr. visited Mr.an:!Mrs.Thomas ( and Mrs. Al H. Harleyand Mrs. \. E. McKlruiey: ( visit- Florida Federation Garden .... .... .
Jr. and family Fort Lauder- family of Merritt( Island ed Mr. and Mrs. I. H. HazenIn Club district meetig at the
dale over the weekend and attended spent the weekend with their Jacksonville on Sunday. Golden Hills Golf and Turf Clubon t r 1 .
the Florida Realtors parents, Mr. and Mrs.( Lon- Mr. and :Mrs.( Ralph :\Iorrlson Tuesday of last week. Mrs.( e 1
Convention In Miami.Mr. [ ale Harley, and Mr.( and Mrs. and family of Leesburgwere
Is the Anti Litter ..
and Mrs. John A. Crook Barney McRae.Mrs. weekend visitors of Mr.( Young ctairman for district five.- ._.....,,,,
Jr. of Monroe, N". C. are guests and Mrs.( Henry. Morrison.Mrs. ( Mi.: and Mrs. Donald Cooper t r C N ai V H l) L T 1
this week of Rev. and Mrs.( R. O. L. Haynes Jr. and R. A. Newsom was In and family of Lake City spent r I
,
daughter Anne were visiting
D. Burch. Lakeland Wednesday to Sunday tt
(
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr.( and Mrs.
Miss Mary Ann Graudon of BobbyR'elsh visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. C, L. Cooper.
North Florida Junior College, in Cresrview over the week Mathews and her mother, :\Irs.J. tt t ,.
Madison( was home for the end. They were accompaniedby A. Howe on Mrs. Howe's _.
weekend.Dr. Mrs. Mack( Williams who Save 33-1/3 on Hallmark k .
91st birthday.Mrs. '
and Mrs. William H. visited Mr.( and Mrs.[ Williams Christmas Cards purchased before t ..
Green of Washington, D. C. Jr and family in Pen- Essie Hardenbrook of Nov. 1st. Bulllngtons.Mr. "--a" :,'" .. "" I
1> 11't
were visiting his parents, Mr. sacola. Jacksonville was last Wednesday ..1 ., ; ;
and Mrs. Lex Green, over the to Friday visitor[ of her and Mrs.( Harold Branham
weekend. Walter Johnson and Leonard son and family, Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. S. E. t I II
Mr.( and Mrs. Robert Barks- Conner of Orlando were visiting Don }Hardenbrook.{ Branham in Palatka on Sunday. a
( and Mrs.[ Leon Conner
Mr.
dale were in Columbus, Ga. Mrs. R. O. Dansby returned
Mr. and Mrs. P. .A.\ Parrishof
and Mr.( and Mrs.Barney McRae
( Sunday\ from ten days visit with
on business Monday and Tuesday Atlanta, Ga. spent Wednesday t
on Sunday her mother, Mrs.[ Marvin( Andrews
.......u... ................. ....... ............... ...-..-....... ......... ..... ...... ... to Sunday with Mr.( and In Ozark, Ala. -
':';':':';':':':':':':;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;;:;:;:;:;:;:;;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;::;:::::;:;:;:::;:::;:::;:;:;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::; : Mrs. Merritt Williams.
Charney Williams and Roy Mr. and Mrs. A. Jl I. Moore of
J:' Williams Sr. of Starke and a Blackshear, Ga.spent the week I I

party of six men from Ocala end with Mr.[ and Mrs.( J.V.. : Instead of second
f m mI will return Friday from a two Rltc-h and Mrs. Daisy ferryman a car
weeks hunting trip to Montana, at their cottage on Santa I ,
IUST HANG IT Idaho and \VjomIng.. Fe Lake
I -5'/ IHiHETAHK! I111 I1110 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper
Miss Came Ganders, daughter visited James Cooper in the first pickup.
: of Mr: and Mrs, Malcolm Gainesville\ \'.-\ Hospital on Sun t your I
.
::: .. ; :::: Sanders recently enrolled In

:.:.:..: -",, '-;--- :..::.:. Jacksonville VnUerslty. day.Carlton Falk of Jacksonvillevus.
:::: ........ ; .... :::: Local admittances to Brad visiting Mr.( and Mrs.( Maxie: t
I ford County Hospital this week drier Jr. over the weekend. I
:::: CLEANS AND PROTECTS 24 HOURS A DAY ;:::1 include: Mrs. Anna G. Dees, :'>[1". and lrs.J. W. RItch returned 1970 Chevrolet Mover: The Fleetside' pickup{ \on :Mrs, Bertha Estes and Stan last Friday from ten days a Flcctsido pickup.{ rides easy; here !I. >I peciallpainted' a vibrant do for you \\h.u11/ \' Fleet m AUTOMATIC TOILET BOWL CLEANER :j 1 ley Crawford, Lawtej'j; Hoyt Jf I. ,'ac a.tion. They visited :Mr.( and t as A car Handles. And goes.Back red-,'r.inld and special!}' equipped can .1.\' Tote t a camper coach. Lug I
m1 and DEODORIZER :; Mann and Mrs.Ethel Mldredge, Mrs. W, C. Harvey In Atlanta, where the trunk could be Ibig VS, automatic transmission, a IHM\\" load. Too a big trailer
, : Lake Butler; Harry Rozier, Ca. for three days, and touredIn on a regular car. \nththere's I potter steering t ;and brakes! "custom 11'hichicvvhJ'vv]i l\t.I might consider
I 11 1 "loker !h. wok and worry eul of bowl deenina' :111 Hawthorne; Mrs. Merline! A. North Carolina. an eight-foot cargo box, And. t1 poris interior'r ;and{ a (lot more a (Che\r >' Fleetside pickup l in>tead
, >f 0 Starling, Glen St. Mary; Tho- Mrs. Daisy Perrjman was a underneath, a tni.k-t tough frame It.s helping introduce\ all the of a second car Or be>ides. .
: ::: mas Jt. Carlton, Waldo Mrs.( of Mr. and Mrs. TommyJohns
$:; If1Va Bo..1 $eerNin3: Clu" o-d Fresh! ; guest and drive train. ChevN' :Movers for 1970.
:?:;: DIODOIIIZIl. R.-c..s :dot CO"S, me' er od 100'9s 0 Ihht; ::: Mary[ W". \Vynn, Hampton; Mrs.( >> In Macclenny the past ten suspension
.. Eva Ku kendall, Keystone days 1I
::1: h e q ee fce-taIIMINATlf ::1. )
:
.. .. Bill Jr., Mrs.Elmtney Miss Marlon( Faulk and Linda
Heights Noegel
:: S'O'S;: oHodNo'.r Rnas; E& e"'s +h. er. :: ;
.:.: .. Smith, Percy Sullivan, and Ronnie Griggs of Jacksonville -
:: fINiS 'I'IO'.r 0 Cr 'e' C.OO' ei.-c.' k':w h:"N afArl ::
::: Locro'o"r T.I: No.Tc"t.o; : : Hoo'dc..s. :::: Jr., Margaret Diane Davis, I and Mrs.( Martel( West t REDUCED PRICES ON
:: 'S.C-C., Rel..D.; I [FII( II I :::: Jars Mails T. Goodge, Lon- cf Gainesville were visiting Mr.
: nle D. Vinlng, Oscar Davis, and 1 Mrs.( Maxle( Carter Sr.Sun tt
t:1.: ICONOMICAL Los's 'cr "'o.ths-S..es lobar o-d the -eeae :' 1:1::
Mrs.[ Monteen Todd, Joyce day.
::: 'e c'.s ::::
+ Coleman and Mrs.( Mary Mod- Mr.! and Mrs.( Ray Archem- tt t
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b.c
::1:: OUAl1ANil1DT:: dc e obc.-o vo.o .y "
ling, Starke. beault and children of Brunswick
m: Ga. were Sunday guests
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Lt. and Mrs. Henry M. Ri- of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton t Chevy Trucks
charde and daughter of Mon( '
II!! BULLINGTON'SPhotography III! terey, Calif are visiting Mrs.( The H. G. Bollinger daughters

.... .... H. M. RIcharde for a month. will be home for the week
end: :Mary( from FSL', Martha: t
: :Mrs.! Marie McDavid: of from Interning at Mobile( Inllrmary II HHIH
Galneville and Mr( and Mrs." Mobile, Ala. and Marilyn
m: C 1'NERAS -.JEWELRY' 'GYM'S' ;:11: R. B. McDavid and family of from Samford University, t Used
.. { Car
:::::::::::::r:::::*::::::*::*::*::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::.::5:2:: :::: :;: Hollywood of Mrs.were T. D.Saturday Dyal. visitors Birmingham Sirs. Charles, Ala.Beasley of Special Prices .

Haines[ City; and Mrs. Gus Beas
\\ey' of Bay Town, Texas were t '
r--- visiting Mrs. O. L. Beasley
and! Mrs.( J. W, Klncald on Tues
day and Wednesday. t 1968 MUSTANG 1963 FORD
Sir and Mrs. Robbie Shaller 2 Door Hardtop V-S '
t Engine tialaxie :,100.3 Door Sedan Red
the weekend with Mr.
t spent
3 Speed Trans Radio and
stud Mrs. J. B. Godwin in Avon and White with Red Interior
Park. Enroute home Sunday t Heater Yellow with Black V-8 Automatic Trans Power
t they visited Mr. and Irs. Interior Steering :.lice.t .
t fl. E. Bradley In Leesburg.
Mrs. James Hall and daughters -
5rs of Gainesville were visitIng t 1968 OLDS "442" 1966 FORD '

t t her parents, Mr.[ and Mrs. V-8 .i Speed Trans. Galaxie :3001 Door Hardtop
M, A. Baldwin Jr. over the .Hadlo'
and Heater 39 V-8 Automatic Trans. Power
Racing: StripesRed
weekend. t : .
Steering Air Conditioned
t Ginger[ Baldwin, Melody( Cut- with White Interior Bu
Y t tiro, Jane Crosby, and Debbie cket Seats. Radio and Heater White SideWall
Johns of Tlft College, Forsyth Tires.
/ Ga. were home for the week- t I
t rk' t end.Mr. 1959 CHEVROLET 1967 CHEVROLET
and Mrs. James Barron .
were. In Jacksonville Sunday t Kingswnod; 9 Passenger! Station 1 Bel-Air 4 Door Sedan V-S
.
t visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wagon V-S Automatic Trans. 1 Automatic Transmission Power
t Johnston) and son, Jere of Power Steering and Brakes Steering Air Conditioned.
Miami at the home of J1 r. and Excellent 2nd Car.
i.lrs. Robert Bush.
t Mrs. W. F, Herlong of Sal- 1963 CHEVROLET
MR. BUSINESSMAN t
: iua) S. C. Is visiting her son 1966 ,
and daughter !In law, Dr. Impala Door Sedan V-S DOGE.
t CAN YOU AFFORD and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Automatic Trans.. Vin1 I Interior 9 Vi Ton Pick Up Six Cylinder: -
t Power Steering Radio Standard Trans' Solid White

NOT TO USE OUR .SERVICE CATHOLIC SCHEDULE CHURCHES and Heater Dark Green .6 i/j ft. Body.

t Clean Car.
NIGHT DEPOSITORY? t $T. EDWAKD'S, SUrke:
Sunday Mass, 8 am and
.::1S a.m.Monday. I I IU
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If business t Maw 8:30 a.m.
your "days" end before or Wednesday Mass, 7 p.m.

after regular banking hours, or include Saturday MM and No. II

t weekends or holidays, using our bank's t vena, 7 p.m.

safe and convenient Night Depository- ST. WILLIAM'S K'itone HU

for daily cash and checks receivedcouldn't Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. I
t
t Wednesday Novena, 7 p.m.
be more sensible! Inquire about
ST. MARY'S,
Macclenny:
it.now!
Sunday Mass, 11:30: a.m.
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il l George Huggins that he had Delegated Hamilton and Williams. The new courthcose ,..
Negro Deputy MayBe Bradford'Men Toward "taken soil samples and would Bryan to study:! proposal that: and the buildings at the State ':?::
f Work Set 1 report the lab findings at Civil Defense Director Prank prison at Ralford .would serve .
j.! later meeting. Huggins saidJt William's office be moved into as the principal: shelters. Wil-
Hired Fulltime In Palatl Jail would take about 1,700 plants the courthouse In an attemptto (Hams plans to distribute:: the "N
no do the jcb. cut\ down on the utilities plan and booklets;: on what to v
One) (Continued From PW 010) Low Rent Housing -Agreed with Darby that th3 bill do in case of disaster to every .
(Continued From Face
courthouse janitor, Herbert Decided: that the dedication' resident In the- county. ;:;
new budget will be approvedby the chairman told the group: were caught'according: to DolphReddish Continued From next August, but the fiscal "We as a Negro race needto : Bradford County Chief workmanship, Triest explained snore work than they can courthouse should b9 postpone: Heard a report by the Department i.-
year would not begin until Sep- get together, as you see Deputy. a low-rental housing program but the motors must receivethe :Candle! in taking care of both until all departments have settled of Transportationformerly :: ; '. ':;'
tember. now." Reddish said, the law enforcement ( would be under the control of proper maintenance Justas courthouses ani!: the agricultural in and the landscaping ( ths State Road Department ', ,': '
Then C. C. Anderson prin- agents were alerted by a five-member building, but took no immediate .
"Don't you think your obligation a Bradford County an automobile must receivethe has been completed.In : ) that a field study ;
to us as black voters cipal of RJE Elementary Schoolin silent burglar alarm.In Housing Authority. proper maintenance if the action. Norman said other action, the Commission indicated that a traffic signal *;'.
t U Reno, took the floor: addltin to the three B&E Meeting for Sn: the new courthouse there '
as great as this obligation the first time in guarantee is to be honored.He : : was not nested at the:;! inter-
P-'uqua's replacement)?" asked "The last city election the charges in Putnam County, 'the new courthouse, the Commissioners told the Commissionersthat are 22 bathrooms 16 of whichare Heard Bryan's criticism of section of SR-J6 and SR225. ,(.::.,
Herrann Johnson who arrived black boys could have carriedany Boatwrlght is charged: with discussed a number : used dally and must be ;
he had talked with a manin the mosquito control program
'
late to the meeting. way they wanted to, if you carrying a concealed weapon of items relating to the new the county who is qualified cleaned daily and 57 rooms, and his statement:; that more( Requested the Clerk to con. ', ;
"Wait, didn't understand had not let yourselves be split and is under an additional: $100( building 4f which 38 used daily
you and took the following 'to do the job and that It would are equipment would;: have "to be tact the Department of Trans- \
'
what I said..." the sheriff be- down the middle."I bond for that charge' actions "How ?" Mrs. Jessie ''
: many
Is portaticn to see if ths railroad ,
not as black cost an estimated $140 to $150 purchased If all the ccunty
beg you Boatwright and Proctor were -Received a recommenda Chastain asked with a note of crossing In ihi New River eec!! ; ':
gan."Yes. white to at least a month and this would Includethe to ba properly sprayed.Agreed
or
I understood. Johnson brown arraigned in Putnam County tlon by Triest disbelief. "Whew." Her
that comments !
the county shcllddlscll.3s tlon can be made: the first priority ;, ;.
." make minds as you go to cost of lubricating and rePlacing that Bryan
didn't.
replied. "No you your Judges Court Friday, the 17th. sign a maintenance elicited chuckles and '
agreementto of the ccunty'3 secondaryroad
those polls and stick to it. filters. Clerk Charles with Yawn the pcssibil-
Reddish said.Johnson
said he talked to the "They split you right down and both entered pleas of not cover the heating and air Darby was instructed to find road: smiles. Ity of the Commissioner appointing program.Accepted :::::;
guilty on all charges conditioning system. Decided! against having
sheriff two and the middle and you're respon- He said out if it would: be necessary: to membero of the Hospital '
"
years ago applied -
that there are 100 to 125 motors let a.ny reserved parking places at with thanks the ,C"
for a deputy's job. Sher- sible. You are responsible bids for a maintenance Board the Library Board .
Robert Scott of Lawtey ended Involved In the system and that The courthouse and to have all ,
donation of liw bocks madeby .
The then spontaneouslysang contract. Authority.
iff Reddish said he didn't remember group and the Development;: '
the meeting by saying if they are not properly main- county employees park in the .
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the conversation of "We Shall Overcome. -Accepted a plan for land Agreed tl> study the com- retired attorney W. H. Noll- '.
with that "I hope Sheriff Reddishdoesn't tained guarantees would not :Areas west of the side! entrances '. .'
the application.At The meeting opened scaping the grounds and were mur..ty shelter plan presentedby man for use in. the law library .
and the Lord's Prayer. think he is a target. be valid. This one-year guar. of the building. In the courthouse. '
that point Mrs. Morris song We have other goals." =. Informed by County Agent Civil Dsfense Director Frank ,:
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Residents Slap, ScratchSkeeters Assault] HearingSet was reduced from $3,000 to < r. 'your own sake

FridayWalter 1000. TRADE AT HOME] 1 and<

Fierce, 65-year-old -., "
: Hit As Rains Fall :Reno sault resident with Intent charged to with commit a3- --

murder will appear before
'. Slap blnnkety ly harmless ''but that it la mixed County Judge Thron A. Yawn
blank lakes.
scratch (wlggletails the men are lar- !!
':" scratch scratch. Slap blnnkety vaecidlng by treating pools of And. lie warned that If more with hot diesel oil and that thecombination Friday for a preliminary hearing
be harmful if
.." : blank IIC1'RtCh. scratch scratch. water and ditches! with oil. rain comes It will mean more Breathes: directly can $125 1!
ivth! stabb-
Pierce is charged
: These arc familiar sounds in mosquitoes.
TrawiCk pointed: out that of As .
Bradford residents slap
Williams In the H
' Florida as residents fight back course there are some places Trawick also asked Bradford leg George
In the cuss and scratch, and then chest at his home on Oct 4.
to Join
at the mosquito Invasion caused which can not be reached by County residents
'. by the recent rains and the the mosquito-control team. fight against the pesky insects. cuss !some more because they The arrest warrant was issued
believe
'.'v winds of the recent tropical The Sanitarian explainedthat Persons having any type open the mosquito-control Is Oct. 16 !'on a complaint by
inadequate perhaps they
.' 'ba such as tin cans or Williams.
distill nee. lavareciding Is very important containers! should remember that some Sunday Buffet11a.m.
" The blankety blanks should as one female mosquito old tires on their property When taken before Judge
counties such Clay union
'.a be mostly directed at the female can hatch 5.000 eggs and: it on- should either dump the water and Baker do as not have any Yawn Pierce requested the
'. mosquitoes as they're ly takes five to seven days for out or put kerosene or oil In :type of mosquito control. hearing. At that time .bond

.,: the ones that do the biting1. these eggs to become adult the containers. to 2
.; .' They like blood.! The male mosquitoes mosquitoes' it conditions are "A lot of these mosquitoesare pm
.... live a somewhat calmer right. being raised right here In
.'.: life They do two things-eat "We're winning the battle." Bradford County" Trawick SCOTT'SMobile

'.0.' honey and breed. Trawick said. "I can see a reduction commented.The .
' This Information was given In the mosquitoes." Sanitarian) also appealedto
The Telegraph by County Sanitarian However he pointed out Uiat parents to keep their chil- SalesHIGH
. .'. Jack Trawlck. who has there are only two trucks to dren from running behind the Home Noon BuffetEvery

spent a number of years in cover all of Bradford County fogging trucks. He explained
',: mosquito research. and one boat to cover the that the :insecticide is relative-
Trawlck also pointed out that
, :he and his men are doing all \ QUALITY Day-
.' they can to fight the Invasion. .
;-. The two mosquito! control BHS ByLinesThc :::

...: trucks fog every morning from MOBILE HOMESAT :=.
7:30: to 9 and night from '
:> 6 to 11 or 11:30.: every Fogging kills i -. By Joyce Allen Gulf Oil-American ExpressDiner's Club Cards Accepted .:.;

.:' the adult mosquitoes.To :
kill the mosquito lavare
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School opened with a: Tang
Sept. 2 and the action and excitement LOW LOW PRICES
BMCrOUD" cot'ill BOHMD" OP PURUC INKTWCrinNp
>. o. Daub SD 1 hasn't stopped yet. .
CTARXS. PtOPIDftOCCobct 1969 Tornado .
of the "
Theme C tt: a 1* lT :;r.JIIIIiM! ; s. .
f. lag Whirl Thurs. Oct. 30. is "Brad- :
ford's Alice in 2525" With /; IF YOU ARE INTERESTED III A MOBILE j .,'',.
....... ....... I
Board of Publla wilt bid it*office.Ill
*i Bradford County Intract Acttvttes Friday
North Court ttx.... Start*. Florida. for ...plnq ....-.tery fray and .ty.0eb.tldln Homecoming HOME STOP IN AID SEE US.tu }
fro. it. .... .. th..Hrookir ........... School Sleety, rl."e..ntu Oct. 31 when the Tornadoe'sface l / Si e
c:- :: wuar "dr':;;:::7 xdFtP 1 ",.
.. .. Perry at 8 p.m. on the (\
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IQiOO H. Tu day 'leva**** 4 14*
OF STARKE ;:
according to Ui. following ....fl.ail.nt.. Bradford field. HOME
A bevy of lovely girls were BUY A MOBILE .
1. .ldd... *.. invitad to impact .... .. ....."._ .._.... and any information in the running for HomecomingQuee
......... MI T.nlIn
will ba provided! by thia offtea.J.

.... .....a.ful ...... .h." .. anonaibla. for ._.a of all .......... _....... n and BHS Court.voted The for girls the YOU CAN TAKE IT WITH YOU! /111 1. :
ilabrii* ..... Iran. tha achool alta and .h." ..... tha ar.a new ocoupiod .by thaublecfc Homecoming U.S. 301 North
build W In clean* rafced-over condition. are Elaine Akridge. Karen PHONE M4-668T

I. The ......... bidder eh11 l .. ......... t. ..... ..... .......4 .... baildnvbll.. Breeden, Tanya Watts and U.S.301NORTH -Starke-
.... bulldlnl l. being ...... Teressa Clem.

4. .... ........a bidder ...*.. heve .period not to exceed no daye fro the iof ...4 Miss Sally Ann Moore 1968 ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET Ii I :I!
......... .......... of iMtariala and thairbo BITS will
contract far tha of ail HanJlin Queen of STARKE
Homecoming
........ ..... ....... No .......
ah.11 in kaapin with city requirement
o' wobaial. Shell .. .......... M .... ,... ..... Any ......... aold on tha alta be on hand to crown the 1969
m.t .. removed ,-.....,. HC Queen.

I. .... .........a ....... ahall bo required to provide a fOO ............ bond or 1969 class princesses are: -- - - - -
.......'. .h...* .........'. oh... or draft of any national or ..... bank. No Sherri
.. ....... Misses Peggy Edwards,
bid bond baino required but tha beard .h. oupaot a to ahow oood faith
In '.U'".... It.,. .._..... Norman and Jeanine Wilcox.

.. .... aucccaaful bidder can an.pact authorisation fot oo....'''' work U.,. aama day Tornado Whirl skits this year
.a the bid opening aforementioned. will be judged on:

.. Tha ....fill b...... ....U oho evidence that. ha ..../.. hi. ooapany ia properly Originality; ___ 30 points Aud-
Insured by an aeeaptabla iniuririf ..aney in tha following annari. I
ience Appeal --- 25 points Terwillegar FORD.
A. workman'a Co> nan.atlnn 20 points. Rele-
Humor --- .
.. eo.,......'. ,.,"'.. vance to homecoming theme"Bradford's
.
Oparationa. .I.. .SO.oooioo.OOOp. .. Alive in 2525"-- ;.
.000
.........
contractual Mechanics (actIng -
15 points rIIere1i ,
.. I. 'M,0001OOOUO .t'.f
P. n. *J',OOO scenery, props sounds w

.... .. .. lights etc.) -- 20 points.
e. lids bill ba .4 end narhadi Hid Ra ovin. School Bulldlne." 0 pJaw
for floats for n
Point system
.. If additional Information la Naiad. It cay ba obtained .by contacting thiaOffloa Parade is: -
the Homecoming \
"94-777 1\
.. ... Audience Appeal (color, harmony 1 1q;
'0. TT'" Iae "' the rlfht t f ; any or all blda.BMDTOftD
eye appeal total effect,
COUTf MMJID" OP PUBLIC. INSTRUCTIONtlwMMB etc.) --- 30 points Workmanship -

_y /,_, J A'("oVl/; (Use of materials construction i
t>." Caa.y. ...* fCjIerlntendentBID t neatness etc.) --- Ihejfig
20(
30 points Originatllty --
r"clCOWANI .
ijir points. Relevance to the Homecoming -

X.J--TT-I-. iKDWII i- theme--- 20 points.

M_ __ ___ The next away game will be '.
coy Nov. 7 when we meet Fernan- ."...
.. dian there. President Ricky .,"
T8Le HON| I Gl
Frick is trying to arjange I :
NW(. TITLE _,__ ,, '*." iT '..*. i
im -LJr; ?? with the Florida Education Association ;
to charter a grey-
hound bus to this game and other
away games. All interested
1CHATUMREVOLUTIONARY parties should contact Pres.
fgj
Frick before any away game. _
Principal Ralph Diggs con-
gratulated the student body on

performance! their conduct and participationin ,
new
the Pep Rallies thus far.
Pep Rallies have been showinga
lot of school spirit.
For all home football games
and dances BHS students must

have I. D. Cards to receive MAKE YOUR SELECTION FROM
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'1> also required that BHS students .
present I. D. Cards tc
I check out books. I. D. Cards
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3) Special seating area at
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work on a Senior Lounge in
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This lounge will be a place
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Subdues BHS 19-6 2 BHS Players BHS Palatka/ fore Tackle the season Danny Jackson, kept: .:

out of the second half of the
Bolles game after receiving'a
Earn HonorsTackle Battle On lick on the heal: which broke
Putting three touchdowns on Tap
the Scoreboard before the first Ills helmet, will be ready to go. .:
Split end Tim Murphey Is
half. Holies bombed the Torna- Rudolph Perkins and (Continued Ttom Pap On*) till wearing a cast on his broken .
does of Bradford Highforal96victory back Mark Milner have been thumb. If it .
can be wrapped
in Jacksonville Friday Len Register. Mike Norman's
arm was Injured -
named top performers In Brad- Hurse has continued to work so he can play Murpheywill ,,
night. will probably do most of '
ford High's 19-6 loss to Bolles his Tornadoes hard on their the signal calling this week picbably see action at '. ..
last
The Jax eleven, showing per- L- week. passing game. "Our passing The QB duties will ts split be- least on defense tomorrow .;,'
haps its finest team ever,com- Perkins 190-12, was named game, was we saw at Bolles, tween he and: Norman. night. Milner and Alvarez are .
pletely dominated the Bradford BHS Lineman of the Week for Is still not strong enough. We Norman will also :see much also working at the split end: '..; '
gridders. Bolles won its four- his play at defensive end and have worked hard on passlni action at other spots in the post. ;;,'. .:
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th game on the season. againstone tackle. Although he was not
this week. We know it must back field along with Mark "
loss. the leading tackier Perkins Improve U we are to have Milner, Dale Johns and Jimmy IT'S ODD THAT a man who ":.
., probabley played his position a football: team." Alvarez, Milner got in his wouldn't trust his own brotherwill ...
coach
The handed
Bulldogs wise, than
better, technique believe anything if a per : ,
Quarterback Dean the ,
David Ilurse and his Tornadoes else, Defensive Coach Johns first game against Bolles since tells ;'
anybody computer
fectly strange
their second loss. BHS is now Mike Sexton says. junior who ;stepped in when pulling a hamstring muscle be- him it's true. ,.';,":'

2-2-1 for year and faces tough R MIt Mark Milner, 155-12 was ...,...........................................,,,...............................-.."" """' ..............r.._............................................._ ':: : :
Palatka at home this week. named Back of the Week by
When BUS finally scored there 1 t l'l'L BHS coaches.He 4> :v ic
were only four seconds left in did a real good job con- r
the game. sidering. Coach Hurse said. :Y

Bolles scored with 5:40 left The Head Tornado was referring .....
in the first period going 50 to the fact that Milner : t'21e17a'ize -
yards in eight plays. Mal- started his first game In BHS ,
colm Jones carried on seven v"2x backfield. He has been sidelined '.',
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of the eight attempts and hit ...ru ....t 4 except for first kicking four days duties : ,," ;
the
paydirt from a yard out. The for
point after kick failed and Bol- Bolles' Malcolm Jones) goes for good BHS defensive end Danny Jackson at by a pulled hamstring muscle.

les led 60.Continuing. yardage around the Tornadoes end on extreme right and monster nian- Tom-

to dominate play, a power run behind three blockers. my Blackshear has his back to camera.
Bolles held the Tornaodes on I 14 '!
downs. Mike Norman's punt \9 '
Uth
went only nine yards and Bol- BHS
les took over at the BItS 45.
In Lee Hi '.
Quarterback Chip Skinner a- xbp .

gain stayed on the ground and 2-Mile Run
I seven plays later flanker Wayne
'Silver skirted left end on a 15-
yard TD rund on a reverse.It Bradford High's cross country
came with 27 seconds left track team placed 12th
in the first quarter. The extra with 331 points in the SJcond
point kick again missed and Annual Lee High School Cross ;
Bolles led 12-0. Country Run In Jacksonville

The Bulldogs went 70 yardsin Saturday, Oct. 18. @ ""

nine plays in the second T BHS' Co-Capt. Larry Green FARAH

period for their third TD. placed 50th In the twomilerace F-
The tally came on a 20-yard in 10:57: Lenoard Garrett ,
pass from quarterback Chip d nLJf was 56th for BHS at 10:59: and
Skinner to split end Bradley
Bob Paterson was 64th at FaraPressBy !
Hardie. Skinner had alreadyhit w,h
11:13.: Garrett and: Paterson
Hardie on a 29 yard pass

play longest to drive.kick off That the score Bulldogs'came date had their saturday best performance ta # far the best buy in boys' tradi- .11' L' I

with 3:49: left in the first half. tional slacks, perfect for dress-up .
Richard Fill tan an 12:12: casual In FARAH i
or wear. you
Steve Walter came on to covert t Holland Corbltt; 12:30: his( best
the point after and Bolles f.b. ,. .- performance yet) Randy Hodges get unbeatable good looks from a "
held a commanding 19-0 lead. 12:34: and David Meng wide selection of colorful fabrics .J'
this fate when he rolled out .. .
Bolles also drove 55 yards to Tornado quarterback Dean Johns met 13:05. "
that "Never Need Ironing.
the Bradford one foot line
early in four period. Quarter- Skinner who plays safety; for Eleven AA Schools( ani twoA 4.
back Chip Skinner with a four- Bolles. and goes both ways. schools showed for the event!
th down at the one foot line Malcolm Jones led Bolles Saturday. Titusvihe H'gh'! School #
fumbled the snap from center. runners with 47 yards in 15 won the meet with 63 points .
Bolles recovered, but the Tor- carries. QB Chip Skinner gain BHS' Jr Varsity SylvesterLott
nadoes took over on their goal. ed 44 yards in 12 carries, placed: 25th in the ;twomilerace C65e1/aze.
The Tornaodes had kept Bolles most on power runs around the in 11:38.: i
from scoring after the Bull- end which the Tornadoes, especially -
dogs had a first down at the in the first half, had Next cross country meet
BHS seven. trouble stopping. scheduled! here !is Saturday, II
Halfback Christy; Chandlerhad Oct 25, at 10 a,m., against +It I-
Buddy Sapp defensive tackle Y 17 yards in five carriesfor Gainesville. '* :.

for Tornadoes'BHS, set only the score stage when for the he f :I ii S tiY h t I o yards BUS.in 9 carries.Dean Johns had 24 ********************************

recovered the fumble of a sub-
sate Bolles' quarterback late :: O r
In the fouth period.' STATISTIIS BOLLE
With tl running out BUS 12
quarterbaoK! Dean Johns stayed L: First Downs 9 190
40
completely in the air. Starting : Yds. Rushing 130 62
from the Bolles' 30, he hit Yds. Passing Senior Class
Return Yardage 7 4-1-2
of six to Jim
three passes one -
Tom Marks caught a Dean Johns pass but was Passes 10-26-4
my Alvarez and two to Benjy 29
Moxley. smothered by three Bulldog tacklers.and Punts 2-17
--Th first try to tight end Tom Fumbles Lost 1 21''

Marks went incomplete but guarded by a Bolles defender, Dale Johns netted two more, Yds. Penalized 20 I
Johns hit Alvarez on second the BitS split end went high In but Dale Johns was thrown for a of1970 I
down in the right flat for six Bolles 6 13 0 0 -- 19
the air to nab the scoring pass. two yard loss on a pitch out
yards. He then missed againas The clock read four seconds around right end as he was BITS 0 006 -- 6
Alvarez was covered In the smothered by three Bolles defenders t
endzone. left.Johns' run for the extra point to end the drive. TOUCHDOWNS .
From the Bolles 24, the BUS failed and the game ended 19-6. BUS Bolles iVones, 1 yd. run.cEP !
quarterback threw up the middle The field was sprinkled with That was the longest kick failed). 2) Silver ; 4L Order Your
to Moxley for 14 yards to substitutes from the B olles drive of the night. 15 yd. run Odck failed). 3))
the 10 yard line. bench in the second half as the BITS stayed In the air almost Hardie, 20-yd. pass from Skin
With 20 seconds left in the Bulldogs coasted on their 19 the entire second half. ner. (Walter kick).
game Johns again went to Alvarez point cushion. Dean Johns threw 26 passesin BHS 1)) Moxley, 10-yd. pass ,
In the endzone butmissed. Showing no spark in the first the losing effort 20 of from Johns. CEP) run failed). INVITATIONS'
period, the Tornadoes did drive them in the second half lie
In what was literally the last 40 yards to the Bolles 23 in the completed 10, but had four intercepted -
cnance for BUS with nine sec- second quarter when they were as he continuallythrew
;onds left and on fourth down, down only 6-0. long bombs to BUS receivers Chandler Leads ,
Moxley went down the left side Dean Johns passed to Moxley covered by Bolles de- From The Telegraph
I and cut across the endzone to- for 13 yards for one first down. fenders. Three of the inter -
iward the middle. Closely The running of Christy Chandler ceptions were made by Chip BHS TacklersLinebacker I


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last FiUiy with\ 12 individualand t Up To December 75 tion Invitation Stock. The fine paper 1
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Chandler Isads the Tornadoes NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT that used for invitations
Are BHS Problems in tackles for the first five same as to i

games with 35 Individual tack. NECESSARY Presidential inaugurations the '
les and 18 assists! ,
What was wrong with Tornado plained il.at Toinido .lefcns'vs! Bollos success came when Very Beat!
gridders at Bolles! last Fri- end have been:: trained to "in. monster man Tommy Black- Coineiback Mike Norman ,
day, or are they really as bad veit" or ploy on the out,ilJo: shear playing/ head-on the offensive ha4; 12 tackles in the Bolles ,
as they looked shoulder of the offensive tackle end In ths invited sit- game, 7 individuals ana 5 ,as- More
when ths: end splits out more union, was the only one! left s\sLJ.\ Quality For Your Money
j
Bra:3for; High coaches feel, than normal. to contain end runs The Bulldogs Linebacker Ralph Morganhad t tt
after watching films of their gained: :archge\ before the 10 tackles in the Bolles V
players, that timing and tech- The BITS ends chose to in- Toina-lo!( defenders could come game, five!! individuals and 5 EXTRA BONUS! If at least 2,000 invitations are'
nique were to( blame "I still veit the coach says\ and that from other: positions to stop the assists Hs !Is second far the
think if we hud perform as would have been all right had play season with! 31 tackles and 19 PLUS( ordered, The Telegraph will donate $50 to the Senior

we'd thought we could: that we they executed pior"ily. "If we bid just played the assists. t Class Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 we will
"
could hive beaten BolJe, But both end stood in a first half like! tha: second half Defensive tackle Buddy Sapp t ,
Coach Sexton staged. semi def'nsUe: crouch, rather we'd have been all light," Sex and safety Mark Milner each / contribute 2c per invitation. 1
The copcheaweie dhappoint-! than Kctt'nB! down low, low ton comments. had eight tackles last Friday, -
ed in the BHS offense, but enough so! their hinds almost The Tornado pn-sng! game Snpp had six Individuals and I
Coach Hurse says the: Houston touch the: ground, By standingup Kicatly concerns H-vui Conch 2 assists: Milner! had 2 indi. Place Your Order Now With Our Representative, ,
option offense is the bes. .sys!; as! they played on the out JI.Ie: David ItuiS9: "We have worked victuals and 6 assists. Monsterman

tem for the present Tornado: shoulder of the tackle) the BITS hard on parsing this wesk: We Tommy BiJckshear had 5 Joyce Allen School The Bradford
at or at ,
talent end left themselves open to know it mint improve beforewe tackles and 2 assIsts' Tackle ,
Offensive tlmln wasn't pinpoint a double! L'!am block from the have a football team" Rudolph Psrklrs: and safetyman
as It should have been, Bollss)) tackle! nni: end playing Quarterback Dan Johns was Bei'Jy: Moxlsy: had 6 each. County Telegraph
the coaches Dicks were wide. BUS ends forced to
Bay were Jusi! throwing the bill ngMnstBolles. Other tackles were by Dale
not hitting the holes when the Rive ground when Bollcs)) doubla(
Hume !!ay!!. The coach Johns 1-1, Tom Marks 2-3,
''blocks wore! thrown, or either team got to their bodies "They points out that jiit putting the Jackson 2-2, ,and Jimmy
the line and blockers: dU not were beIng forced: to( give" bill in ihc air "Just won't do." Danny Alvarez 32.Courthouse, i ALSO PERSONAL CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES!
{execute correctly. proiiml when they stood up John has the potential! t-, ben
There( were times, Coach Sex- Sexton said: pastor: Hnrso rays "When
'ton says, when the blockingwas That wasn't something' BHS yon become sit:;find with m"dlociitv y No Limit To Your Choice From
set up and the h'I'-1I ware: coaches hidn't cons: aver with )'OU'I'(! really hurting,"
there, but the ''backs WCIP too the ends in prartlrc. the defeniv the BUS conch slid.
iKlow hitting the hole Other III :> chl'f 1I1e1.l. nut he n.ldsd.prihaps : !. Another problem, BUS Use 21
coaches
Type Styles 26 Card Be Different
,times there wa, breakdown in it wa'nt made clear believe. IT !the fact that nuar.tsiback t -- Styles -- !
. ''the cff"nsiv3: blocking enouph when the ends should: Mike Norman
pulloj; t tI
D"fcmivcly. It was a case of move from their normal position ligaments in his arm and was May Be SettledContinued
Ithe Tornado defensive end oiit'ldo tlm end and go to out two games Jiift when the
'flat carrying hu rcsron:,iblilyon : the outRide. shoulder of the tackle trim's timing should have been
end runs on which BoUs!\ .
comini mound Jchn
will Just ( From Page On )
unified so/ much ground In tho Now, Sexton says' the BH? be rto"ting! Ms third! game tomorrow
,,first bolt."Thcr3s end!, have been: told to invert nlphl' Whether It had Board of County CommlssiDn-
: not a while lot to when lh" ,:-frnslve!: .send playsas brcn Norman or John, the timing ere will reply further to your
bras about," Coach Hurse much thief Is outride BRADFORD
as vo wnnl:: bhotter. now liar! request. COUNTY TELEGRAPHBolles
fctalrd.Uollri. the Intlde That nails it down, either boy boon ably to work At Monday n'ght's! meeting,,
was!' splitting their he old, ,'> Tnnido coda will with the first string/ offense the Comml qioner'L' agreed: I
endsout more than normal know exactly wlion: to change through: thc first! five weckj of that it was time "w reply
from tho taekle Sexton ex- their ptlon: the season further..
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.tiPlans To Relocate/ tattntllxvwv a% McRae Names TO JUNIOR SELL DINNERSThe CLUB When You Hue An Anclrwn Charge
t, ?air y Junior! Woman's: Club
Account -
.... of Starke will ... w M rMPRy Iq, -I City CommitteesCity boxes Saturday morning starting Your Prescription Tax Recordsare
1 ,. a at 10:30: on. U. S. 301 In Kept For You -.. Hy Us
Utility Lines OK'dPlans front of the Phillips 66 bulk sta-
d *' Council got Itself organized tion. Andrews DrugsFor

41 Tuesday night when Chairman Money won't buy happiness Fast Delrrery Dial 961-7170 C 1 t S
to relocate city utill- Marvin Wciker RSH engineer, tsvs Jimmy McRie: made appointments unless there is o tax loophole
.. ties on Brownlee Street for the said his firm has prepared t ta the seven stand to with it.
., widening of S1I-16 was approved permit drawings In advance of 1 ing committee --go ......... -- - - -, -- -
" by the city Council for sub- the job. tie estimated that two councilmen were -
, mission to the Maintenance. bids on the project can be call- Only
, partment of the State Road De- ed for In December. P appointed to each committeewith
:, partment. Wicker also estimated that the third commutes member May We Express Our Sincere :
chosen from among
Cost of relocation of gas the city will save at least 15- being :!
, water and sewer lines Is estimated 20 per cent of the $72,800 the city employees. This was
. at$72.800 by the city's figure by doing some of the .' done to avoid any conflicts "
engineering firm Reynolds work Itself. 4r. ; with the Government: In Sunshine ,

", Smith and Hills Jacksonville.. RSH estimates It will cost tM1 Law. .THANKS.

,- The council however hopes to $40,800 to relocate sewer lines. Since three councilman constitute -
save part of those costs by None of this work can be done far a city .
, moving gas and water lines by the city since it has to be ..' a quorum the council
. with city labor. timed perfectly with the con- council meeting
Point of submitting the plans. struction of the new road. City j".I decided:! at only Its two last meeting councilmen: to: For the wonderful reception you have given us
before the work the road and labor available appoint
now on equipment ,
: < the the opening of Sears Merchant Storein
Thus
new !
. to each committee. upon our
begins early next year Is to can't work fast enough to keepup /.I)
, have the plans approved by the with the contractor Wicker '. ',' rtly,:;,,.I rY; com:ntttees! !! can meet without Starke. We appreciate the many friends we have

: SRD early so the city can have told the Council. ,1 ,'> .)>:! violating: the Sunshine Law. I made in the short time we have been in our new

time to do the work. Relocating water lines isesNOTICB % .. .<'b'ro' ,... '<'arE--.f."ki" id The Committee appointments: home town, and will always endeavor to make each

", .I ." ',.I f.r ,. were as follows: of you a friend and extend to :you an invitation to

::......,., _. ,.........-"'tol... Utilities Neil Tucker, Orie I visit us each time you are in town. t tI
The Board of County Commissioners of Brad- .
and Utilities! Superintendent
Wiggins!
ford \\I. I
County Florida have selected the following .
as polling places olerka and inspectors -- '. '.4; > .. ., Oscar Davis. FOR YOUR NEEDS IN

November for 4.the 1969.Special Election to be held on < ;.:, :/ -,IIt.-2" Recreation! p. T. Nsiln.. I It
Tucker and Recreation: : Dspartmsnt :
I It
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT 1 Director Gene r.aybuin.: I APPLIANCESTELEVISIONS

5-Ft. 8-In. And DeadlyThis Rules Law and Order! -Wiggins t I
Crawford Clerk AND
Stanley
t
Jimmy Bowen and City
Margie Sue Reddish Inspector diamond back rattler crossed! the wrong road when
Attorney George pierce I
MRs Russell Redding he got In the way of George Browning on the gravel road coin StI'eetsB: NoUn! and It. RADIOS It
Alma Thompson to the trustle at Simpson Lake yesterday. Davis. t

Browning finished the 5-foot, 8 Inch snake off with a boat I
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT 2 paddle. There were eight rattlers. Sanitation Nolin, Tucker We Invite You To Make Your Selection From Our I

and Davis. Display In Our Mechant Store In Starke.For .
Barbara J. JordenClerk timated to cost $20,000, with Attorney George Pierce, also a
Fire-Wiggins, Nolin ana:! Fh'eChief
50 cent of the job board
Pauline Smith Inspector about per Recreation Department
Kathryn M.Dyal being labor. It will cost$12- member, that regular city bid- R. C. Buford. all other needs we Invite you to place your

Berdie Fayson 000 to move the gas lines of ding procedures will be followed Safety Tucker.. Bowen and order with U'l!', making your selection from the new-
which about 80 per cent will be in purchasing a new truck for Police Chief Ken Fuqua.
labor used In moving existing Recreation Department. Sears Catalog. Delivery on all merchandise ordered -
the
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT # 3 line s. takes only a few days.

Wicker said RSH will oper-
Nellie P. Garner Clerk ate on a cost-plus basis. He TO RECEIVE NEWSLETTER: rmCRicws
Elsie Norman Inspector said engineering costs will be Remember. .
cent of the In order to continue our activities as well as finance the edit,
Lucille Carter about 6 per con-
I Mrs. J. C. Knight tract costs under the 1955 rate ing publishing and mailing of this Newsletter, it is necessary; We Service All Sears Appliances We Sell! t ti
that we ask for a modest contribution from you. Any amounlwhich
under in
RHS
schedule: operates you can contribute will be most helpful for this purpose
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT # 4 Its contract with the City. and we have found that any contribution of $12.00 or more no i I
Cost of moving electric lines only will enable us to keep the movement alive but should als<) WINNER OF PORTABLE TELEVISION AT OUR GRAND I
Joseph A. Gissy Clerk was not Included In the figures enable us to furnish you with this Newsletter regularly for (I OPENING
given the Council Tuesday night.
year
W. Jones I
Myrtle Inspector
Mary E. Noegel In__ other Told Delano action, Thomas the council that: MRS. NORMAN DOWDY, ROUTE 2, BOX 7373, STARKE

Ernestine Underhill from 130-150 residences and NAME

business in the city do not use
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT 5 city power. CouncilmanJlmmy ADDRESS Sears Catalogue Merchant
Bowen In answer to Thomas' :
Nita McRae Clerk question said he had a spot CITY STATE ZIP CODE

Ella Mae Chastain InspectorsMrs. survey made. FRED AND FAYE BARKER
resolution ask- I
Nick Crosby Adopted a AMOUNT ENCLOSED $

Mrs. Sally Crawford ing that the state sales and tax Mail to The Wallace Campaign, P. O. Box 1972, Montgomery: I.. 218 N. Temple Ave. .(Former First Federal Office) Phone 964-6848
machinery
exemption on Alabama, 36103
equipment for generation of -
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT # 6 electric power be restored. -- -

Gave final to a .. .... ......... .
-- approval --- ----- ------ -- - - - - -
Mrs Vernon Reddish Clerk 69-70 city budget totaling $1-
Lillian Conner Inspector 112,348. The budget received

Mrs. A. B. Whitehead .H.. tentative approval week ago
'" -
Margaret Norman *' aiuTKai not been changed since.
y.. -- At the recommendation of

POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT tt 7' 4 Mayor Carl Hurst, agreed to / 1 = ACKJ .
/
pay part time city patrolman
Willie Searcy $1,000 for his car.
Louise Broxton Clerk It will now be owned by the city d I k .
Corean McNeal Inspector and operated as a third policecar ,
Bertis Robinson the mayor said.
Sarah J. Morris __ Received assurance from
Alternate Lealo Morris


POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT M B Mrs. C. Darby \

-
A. H. Horley, Jr. Clerk Named Interim uptl
t/
fin *
1 y"I I .F1 ,, i 'ga..lr
Peggy Shaller Inspector .Yt W.1lA + .
rwl+ y"4.r
+' rvrl t
Margaret Williams Circuit ClerkMrs.
"
Florence Flynn i15t
'I
Charles Darby was appointed -
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT # 9
Tuesday acting clerkof

the Circuit Court by Circuit 1'w -.'!*' as."T :' o" '
Jo Ella Hardy Clerk t
Court Judge: George L. Pattento 1
Alice Anderson Inspector fill the vacancy caused by \ t I l -1 rov 1 I IM1
Shirley Moore (Mrs.Glenn) Inspector the death of her husband. Y Glf a

Ramona Tomlinson Mrs. Darby has served as

deputy clerk since Spt. 1,
10 a
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT *

1956.The raminq: of Mrs. Darby Is
Ruth Griffis Clerk V
Mrs.Jerry Kodatt Inspector an interim measure. Appointment Our tlntit whir in oar r hall '' ,,,,, ,,/ rife ,
of a successor will be century Quillly Minulicturing t
Mattie Sibley made by Gov. Claude Kirk, Jr. '- r r y a y!' t
Candis Hixon- The term of that appointment
would not be far the remaining choiceAir
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT 11 two: Kara for which Sleep it upon the sumptuous new Spring r your

Mr. Darby was elected but Air Back Supporter Mattress. Layers of
W.H. Maxwell Clerk would be only until the next foam over exclusive Karr innersprings Limited Time Offer or full size

Clarice Adkins Inspector election. cradle you to sleep. Covered with luxur-
!
rubber
innerspring or foam
Lillian Hall County Judge Theron A.
ious gold Damask, Puff-Quilted to foam.
Nannie Watterson Yawn said he haJ: not rsscarched -
the matter but thought that and "Health Center" construction pro mattress or box spring

POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT M 12 the Nov 4 special election vides extra support where you need it 5 0
I extra I length
'would not be counted and thata most. 8 regular or

Ethel Raymond Cleric r.w clerk probably would be And, new Space Age Box Springs. a e regular or extra firm
Pearl Pickering Inspector elected In November of 1970. box spring without any springs ALL Mattress or

Margie Dowling Other: deputy clerks In the FOAM and extra firm to support every Box Spring
who
Ruth Broadway office are Ruby Williams counfy, square inch of your mattress.: No noise, AlAUlNIC AFFlflnu
empowered to sign
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINT # 13A commission Is papers, and B=ulal1 no squeaky springs, no sway I Available in queen and king sizes.. '" ,
!McoJy: who is authorized to
sign, circuit court documents.
Jean Prevatt Clerk
Clara Hazen InspectorW.
M. Smith City ResidentsHit $17 Harvard. Framer
a
Mrs. Louise D. Tenley InspectorPOLL
SpeedingApproximately

WORKERS FOR PRECINCT MJ3B

55 tickets t ee SPECIAL BONUS! 1TI7purchase
Charlie McMurtry Clerk moving traffic violations have I 9
Nellie Arnold Inspector been Issued since Chief Ken-
Francis Crews neth Fuqua took office Oct. 8. *A J limited time bonus with the r

Muriel Starling "The biggest complaint I got of Back Supporter twin, 672
was speeding," Fuqua said. double and queen size sets.
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT M'itJ!14 Most complaints concerned
speeding on six streets: Church,

Frances Oansby Clerk Water Cherry, Sinclair Call 2871-5
and Pratt.
Grace Jordan Inspector
Lillie A. Johns Fuqua said a number of citations ,. ,. ... .. wE7E
yf. : "
have been Issued for 1 ; I
Margaret Prevatt
speeding on each of these
streets.
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT 15-A He added that other street' .,
-stir
are being checked: and that the
Doris Kelley Clerk Etarke Police Department is '
Eva Harell] Inspector cracking down not only on t a>RS urntfur+e o fa
Jeannette Mott speeding but on aU traffic via
Murle Kelley- lations.
The crack down will continue
POLL WORKERS FOR PRECINCT M 15-B for the next two years, the
Chief concluded:!

Glenda Andrews Clerk .
Eunice Moody Inspector Amid tmtay'H Inflation If*
Alberta Jones hard to remember there was r- .
such a thing an a good five-
Leona Dukes Starke Florida
Phone 961-5827 )
134.W.. call St.
cent cigar or a vital %M ques-

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I RECREATION NEWSFIFTEEN Mrs. Stinnett FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS


: Hurt In Wreck\ FALL OVER RADIO

GIRLSREGISTER classes from 10 11 a.m. will
J FOR BATON be held for girls ages 6-9. A Starke woman Is listed in WPXE ALL GAMES!
satisfactory condition at the
Fifteen girls were on hand UTIlE CORONA DOES" University Medical Center.Gainesville COURTESY
Saturday morning for Baton TO PLAY FOR DANCE ,
following a one car
Twirling lessons. FRIDAY NIGHT Bill POWELL
Lessons will be held each accident Thursday, the 16th, in
Saturday morning at the Pratt The Starke Recreation De. taled.which a 1965 Pontiac was to- Insurance and Real Estate

Street Center. Beginning Satpartment will sponsor a dance ____J-I__ -ii--- -
According to Trooper Ken. -
urday, Oct. 25, all girls ages following the BUS Palatka
10 and over will come at 11 football game, Friday night, neth Ethrldge. Mrs. Glenda
a.m. Instead of 10 a.m. The Oct. 24, for BUS students Joyce Stinnett was driving
north on US-301 when her car
-= w went off the roa:3 sx! and a FLORIDA THEATRE
r"And half miles south of Starke.
Ethridge said the vehicle
Steak, NEED went off the pavement on the Showtime--Weekdays 7:00 Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00
Pound j east side of the road, skidded
$1.29A
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| I : for 396 feeti and then rolled six
XTRA CASH D times over another 191 feet. FRI., SAT. OCT. 24, 25

I t ; A Mrs. Stinnett was thrown 23 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Don't Let feet north of the car when It
ALaCk0f came to a stop. NO. 1 NO. 2
j
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Worry She was charged with failure
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Money ,
t < -
t to have her vehicle under con
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You "f"r. ;;.. 'J I V 'DRACULA

Call or HAS RISEN
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((f, .: Visit UsToday t ti Fishing Derby Trophies Awarded trol.Wreck Injures : FROM GRAVE"THE

This 12 pound. 7 1-2 ounce black bass took first prize for the largest fish
: :_:_ [g] 3> TCCHNICOLOW FROM .n
for J. T, Moody of Jacksonville (right) In the Keystone Heights Sportsmen' Club Mrs. Modling :I: WARNER BUGS-SEVEN ARTS W.

( annual Fishing Derby. Club President Don Morgan, of Keystone Heights, holds
t t Moody's engraved trophy and a large Piano tackle box donated to the happy angler SUN., MON., TUBS. OCT. 26, 27, 28
Loans Up Tp$600 by Standard Sales Co. of Jacksonville. Both first and second prize-winning has Mildred Alvarez Modlng of
were taken from Lake Johnson In Clay County. Bonnie Boohe'r'> of Orange Park wona Starke ii in satisfactory condition .
For Any Worthwhile Need: at Bradford County Ho.spltal .01.0'"*"CMI" "" ,to""'iuYS. p.",
t t Berkeley spinning reel donated by Florida Hardware with a 12 pound, 4 ounce accident i
specimen. following a one-car Burl Lancaster
at 3:20: p.m. Friday, the
17th on SR16 about one-half TINRASOHOFFSPRODUCTIONJ
t t I mile west of Starke. Castle Keep

TOWN FINANCE CO. Damage to Mrs. Modling's P''VIS'O'' '',TlC"'COLOR'' [CJ'I
1965 Chevrolet was estimatedat -
t 226N.TF. IPJ.F.AVE.'I'HKE.!:) |.I $1,200.
According: to Trooper Carson "' '' '''
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= .- .- .... .- .- Turlington Mrs. Modling black-
ed out and) her car went off j 1
'"- WfX&X&&Wff&Xt-WW SWtft% the road and struck a concrete '

culvert.No .

Now Open | case.charges were filed In the !

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j FULL LINE CAT, DOG AND BIRD Special Forces Train Young MarksmenJunior : OCT. 24, 23, 26 t$ t tt

SUPPLIES CEDAR KEY LB.
11 nimrods get expert Instruction In safe weapons handling and marksmanship Double Feature ProgramONCE

from helpful Green ReNt troop of the 20th Special Forces, Florida National I t
FRESH MULLET 191 t tt
Hamsters White Mice Parakeets Guard at the Keystone Sportsmen's Club Gun Safety Clinic last Sunday. Held on .r -
the club: round near the Keystone Airport, the clinic attracted a good turnout of

rT-: Junior participants and adult skeet-shooters. t Plenty Fresh Pork and t tt

: grades 9 12. mage, Keith Patray broke back in front 10 6. Cuts
:: BHS students will be allowed through the Junior line and Then just before the half,
:. to bring a guest provided a stopped Johnny Powell behindthe Willie Grlggs ran right up the / ; t t
guest card Is obtained from goal line for a safety.Score middle for 5 yards and a touch- SMOKED BACON 59C
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GREEN TURTLE the Recreation Department 2-0, Seniors. down, the extra point was no [ UPON ATIME I
: prior to Friday night. Guest The Junior team came back good, the score was 16 6. t_ t
Regular 79c Each cards will be issued only for with Johnny Powell taking a 10 The second half was strictly IN THE WEST COUNTRY SAUSAGE. 89C
: : people who are high school yard pass from Mark Patray a defensive battle except ,
students. good for a touchdown and the for one TD by the Seniors. lECHwscon IItHNltOlOR" 'PwoouNI PiCfuR a.
: BHS students must present Juniors took the lead, 6-2.
Willie Grlggs passed 25 yardsto PLUS -
59C each :. their student ID card at the That score didn't hold up long Dennis Hall. Final score was : :
: door. however, as Hugh Stephens ran Seniors 22, Juniors 6. SULUVANS
20 yards for a score, Dennis STANDINGS: BROOKER 2-0, I MARKET I II
FLAG FOOTBALL Sailor BewareDean
Owned and Operated by Harry Collier BOYS TO SEE version Hall made run,a and two Seniors point were con- SENIORS 2-0, JUNIORS 0-2,

: GATORS PLAY Recreation Department :::::::::::::::::::.::::$:::;r.:.:::::;:;:::::::::?:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::RASCALS:::;:::::::':;:.:.:.:.:-::0-2.:-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::::::-:;::::- Martin t HWY. 100 ft MILES SOUTH OF STARKE
The Starke -

has made arrange-Foot- \\I! lill Jerry Lewis ..-.. J
ments to take the Flag ( DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home] -
ball participants to attend the - --- - ---------- ---- - - --- -
UF Kentucky football game.
The Gators have a coupleof :::
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tough teams to meet before GAINESVILLE DirectoryAir
the Kentucky game but we are |; PHONE 964-6200 f@
hoping these boys will be able ij
to see an undefeated team go- -
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will must cost be turned each boy in$1.50.by Friday This, .............................s..........is Russ's Sheet,Metal Inc. Farm Tractors fc Implement Gainesville's Discount Mobile

Oct. 24, so that we may order Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales Lot.
obtaining the tickets them.to be assuredof I City Fish & Meat I'I'I Tel. 376-8282 GARDEN SALES PART SUPPLIES SERVICE NEW BRONZEWOOD MOON CAPELLA

.. _AUTO_ _SALES_ _ Low Monthly Payments
FLAG FOOTBALL JAMBOREE 4820 N. W. 13th 3754341CADILLAC
& FarEs Inc.
I Market I BRASINGTON Johnson ,

Saturday afternoon and eve- OLDSMOBILE SEEDS -PLANTS- MOTORCYCLESSALES
_J ,,_ ning, Oct. 25. will see the Small Under New : .* SERVICE Insecticides-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Fry and Bantam Flag teams I: Management. Fine Selection of Used Cars YAMAHA BMW
participate in what we call a : 8 A.M. To 9 P.M. Mon., Tues.; Thurs., W Taken On Cadillac Trade
Open : We Rent Fertilizer Spreader" :
Jamboree, at West Side Park. 2M>1 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-S301 {.d_ _
'' There will be four games on : Fri., Sat., and Sun. Closed Wednesday 224 N.W. Rib Ph. S7S-M71 .Vtjt: v a
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tap, with the Small Fry play- CRANE 'Sales .' Parts Service
,( ing at 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY f MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811
I while the Bantam teams wit.! i LINCOLN MERCURY _ _ _
Authorized Sale .* Service
-iS FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE
at 7 MUSICBALDWIN
play under the lights p.m
and 8:15: P.m. CKADE; "A" : 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4379 A FULL LINE OF
n.
t The first game will see First. Crane Import Lingerie Dresses Slacks
Federal Savings & Loan take I 39clHALF Volvo MO Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits
on Kentucky and Fried 5:30 CommunityBank Chicken at FRYERS -Ib. -. I 606 E. UniversityPhone EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANO& ORGANS

4 p.m.meets at Andrews Drugs. _372-4251_ CHOICI OP THI ARTISTS'
Create InterestStart Then at 7 p.m. the big boys : OR WHOLE ]:' Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA INC. .3OIcCPSMUSICCO.
with Cadillac Uniform taking ,
play SMOKED BACON j I .
on Kochs Drugs and at 8:15: ; 7M W. Unlversltv Opp !S.F.J.C.!

a savings p.m., Starke Builders Store. Supplies CENTER CUT i Mechanical- CONTRACTOR G'vtlle_ _Shopping_ _Ctr._ 3725353_ _
meets Carp's
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4 wheel d r I. car
account with us and Admission is free, so come : PORK CHOPS Lb. 79c Sales\ Parts Service MOVERS.r
out and see the future Tor- Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc.
use the interest we nadoes. Long Distance Moving'
i i 1700 N. Main 376-1264
pay to create interestin CALFLIVER--------LB..49C _ _ S Thompson's RefrigerationService S Storage Packing
SENIOR! BOYS
Crating Shipping
yourself. FLAG FOOTBALLOn ; U.S. GOODCHUCK I I Beauty Academy S Healing Air ConditioningRepair Free Estimates Call

Monday night, the Senior POWELL'S S on White Appliances HILL'S

Boys plats at Flag West Side Football Park.League I STEAK 69c i Beauty Academy .. Boiler Industrial Room Combustion Sales .* Service Service Van Service, Inc.

The League Is' made of 1 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
up Learn a Profession in Your 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlflo
four teams Brooker, Seniors, Telephone 372-21(2
: ; RIB STEAK LB. I 372-1271
Juniors, and the Rascals, all Pt 'Spare' 219 Time.N.W.Full 10th or. 378-2766 Part Time

students at BUS. MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL
. Monday, Oct. 20, saw Brooker of- i IRIB STEW LB. - : ELECTRIC MOTORS """-
win their second
>.VttKJS: ND LOAN. ASSOCIATION game 49C STAG 'N DRAG PAINT.
the season as the Rascals had I
ELECTRIC
o 't01J to forfeit to them for lack of GLASS CO.
S Griffin SulUArrow
I players.The 3 DOZEN Motor Repair Co. Shirts Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door .
:395>> WEST
, MADISON STAru second game had the Seniors cl OC I .
Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Showee Door*
SIA"Kf. FLORIDA 37091 matched against the Jun Of Gainesville. Inc.
iors. The Seniors kicked off $ Repairing Rewinding Ladies Sportswear Furniture Tops Windows -
.
LARGE EGGS 3
"Time and Tempera tire 24 Hours A Day" to the underclassmen, and on : !:J: i.L New! v,>d tTaed 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awnings.
the very first play from scrim ; Mil N. W. 11th Ph. 372418 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 18th St. $731191
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;Mrs. Wayne Douglas and:: fam- Friday to Sunday: with Mrs. E. and Mrs. Jim Burton oB Jack-
r HAMPTONCARNIVAL ily. Mr. and Mrs. George Rob B. Wells. sonville and Charles Dlnklns Hunting Season eludes tne seasons, hunting or shooting; vest, and covers
hours and:! taj limits for bath
J erta and family Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Norman of Miami vise of Starke. They all remember Rules Summary seasons from marsh hen hunt.
Dan Harley Mr/ and Mrs. L. ited his mother, Mrs. Beulah ed the Senior Dinkins' birthday resident and migratory gams. ing in September: to turkey
B7 Mn. D. E. DUI
I F. Dlnklns. Mrs. L. H. Futch. Norman over the weekend with loving wishes and! gifts. Now AvailableA
, :Mr. and Mri. Henry Godwin Mrs. Joyce Futch of Bruns- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley It is designed to: fit any billfold gobbler season: in April.

SATURDAY Nov. 2. Servioe-s begin each and daughter and:' Merrill wick Ga. was at home over the and Randy visited over the handy pocket size summaryof .. j
Saturday's the diy: for the an- evening at 7:> p.m. Struth, all of Starke; Joe Louis weekend and attended Homecoming weekend with Mr. and! Mrs. hunting seasons, hours and

nual Hampton Elementary PTA PURCHASE STORE Brown, Alhambra, Calif.: Mr. at Mlcltlleburg Baptist Wayne Massey and:! Mr. end bag limits is bsinj made avail Rudd Gas Water Heaters
Hallowe'en Carnival at the The George Rahmea recently and Mrs. Jack Walnwright and Church. [Mrs. Richard Chesser, their able to( the merchants of Florida -
school starting about I 3 p.m. purchased Han-ell's :store at family Woycross. Ga; Mrs. Mrs. M. C. Roberts' weekend families and others. by the Game & Fresh Water

(October 25.) 'the intersection of Highways Vera Brookings, Columbus, Ga.: visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mrs. Fish Commission : heats water 3 times faster!
booths, hay- 221. 18 and 32! toward the east : N
Food games !Sumter Harley Croydon, Pa.; Devwood Selph anc' children of Glenn Shuford and children The pocket summary is de. ,
rides and pony rides will all end of Hampton and are now Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Jr.. Jacksonville, were visiting in Jacksonville signed so that sporting goods:!
,*e featured, ns well as a costume operating the combined store Jackson Ala,,; and Mra.\ LlnnleGilchrlst. Mrs :Manda Manning was a on. Friday. dealers and ether!! merchants sye' Rivers Of Hot Water At

Judging contest, with prizes and gas station-: Brunswick Ga. !Sunday was a visitor of her Mr. and Mrs. Terry!! Futch might print copies with their

for the prettiest ugliest, SHOP MAIL, EARLY PTA MEETINGThe nephew and niece, Mr. and and: son of Ashvllle. N C. advertisement, and make available I s LOW, LOW COST
and most original. A Shetland Christmas' natlling time for ,
Lawtejr Elementary: PTA Mrs. Norton Padgett of Max- were visiting Mrs Elizabeth to sportsmen!! in their araa.
will during packages for servicemen
pony be given away over- ville The
Terry recently pocket size summary in- '
the evening. seas Is here, again! the post- met at the school cafeteria Pay For It From Your
Hamburgers, hotdogs pies office department says. Over- Tuesday night, Oct. 14. A covered i,111-
Visting Mrs. H. C. Wain- "'
dish supper was served n- "
Utility
cakes-short-order foods will seas mailing 4j Package AirLift SavingsPURCHASED
be for sale."Everyone. should be between! now and! and the kindergarten class won wright on Sunday afternoonwere
come and bring November 291 Ui insure arrivalby the room count during the Mrs. A. S. Perser of Jacksonville W & D TRACTOR SALESBox FOR
Mrs. J. E. McIver and
brief business meeting.
your appetites and! a pocket Christmas;;, ;Space Available
Mrs. Byrant Tucker:: Donald
full of money" was the Invitation Mall from nor ''until November The Lavtey HomemakersClub :
from the carnival chairman 22 and air parcel past from met Thursday morning of and Ronald of Ocala, Mr. and 75 LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462-2628 I $2.00 Per Month

Mrs. Ruth Meng. November 29 to December 13. last week with Mrs. Harry Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and OLIVER TRACTORS r
Faulkner. The hostess served Mr and Mrs. L. L. WainwrlghtJr. on Ecf**"*!""'*'a1! S1 uJp. Gas
NEW OFFICIALSARE Servicemen list
letters photos
refreshments during the social and daughter, and.: Mr and 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
SWORN IN cassette
or messages! on hour following a ,short business Mrs. Mike Sanders, just returned Implement. Sidewinder' Mowers HollandTransplanters CALL NOW
Winding up business of the tapes as "top of J: the list" Items

old year, and swearing-in new any time and other gift suggestions session PERSONALSLane Sunday from their visitors wedding of :Mr.trip.and Cole Planters John QI AIM? GAS :332 MADISON
officials summed last from servicemen who I
city Monday's Hampton city up coun- have been in Vietnam include Carter of Miami spent: Mrs. Paul Dinkins were Mr. Blue Ezee Flow, and Others. OLHUt PHONE 964-7701
and Mrs. Horace Cox Wal3o.Mr. I
the weekend with Mrs. Lois of : .
cil meeting. many small items readily avail- Carter. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL MAKES & MODELS
Mayor Wlllard Thomas: Clerk able here like paperback
and David of St. Augustine, Mr.
Mrs. 1/nnte! Gilchrist spent
Lillian Ingenlath Marshal R. ''books puzzles, socks ballpoint

H. Parker, and Councilmen A. pens stationary/ insect repellent /7"IF' I

C. Dennison were sworn and Into Hazel office Thomas at ,canned sweeten chocolate fruit drink and mixes In-- '' ,t nqIi i EVERY DISCOUNT I 1 PRICE CUT TO I SAVE Y I $ RED I '

the meeting, and D. E. Hill \stant tea. Plastic bags around
was re-elected chairman of the gifts can liter be useful to i
council and: Mrs. Thomas keep personal possessions dry.:! C'' l :* ..4ii EAG

vice-chairman. Homemade cookies .should be f MO R _____
Mrs. Maggie flirt met with wrapped individually In foil ( (, foscoiNrIOWER/ STORES
the council to request more boxed wrapped: again and tied

adequate drainage for her!!, property firmly. All mall needs! the full S BETTER
11A; r PRICES
at the south end of Division !!- APO or FPO number and return QUALITY

Street. Council approved address, including; zip N EAGLC I JMORI.* oe'
placing of a culvert and ex- code. k V r/SfACt\
4ikA ,
tending the drainage ditch on 'Jt. # *
THE ENTIRE CHAIN IS CELEBRATING THE GRAND OPENING *
south to the railroad. Other PERSONALSMr. |DISCOUNT **' STORES
OF OUR NEW STORE IN ZEPHYRHILLS 16O1 NORTH GALL eMEN'S
Williamson .
drainage problems were discussed and Mr* Ivan [FRIDAY & SATURDA' ,
and the mayor will are the parents. of a daughter .
make a survey and see how born Sunday Oct. 19, in tt ," .:{,, ;,.'o; >IO,> ..>. ;., ': : > A'
Albany. Ga., where Mr. Williamson r ttit _: iriatratalL. -'
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much Council culvert voted tile to( Is have needed.Lester! Is stationed with the GOLF JACKET t '...."'...._. _._. .. >..........P...,. ....,......._." _> JLADIES'

Slade tear down the old jail army. Mr. ands!! Mrs. Wiley Wllllanson *
and the remainder of the old of Hampton are grand- ,! iPERMANENT PRESS { EAGLE "D" CELL BATTERIES SERGEANTS SENTRY COLLARS

parents.Mr. Smartly styled in solid quality dry battery f.- _
postofflce building If he wishesto High 7 ) TWIN to ,
keep the material. and Mrs Donald Fort s colors; Weithefiied Guaranteed I.S Volts Sergeants I PAC- *
Income( for September was returned lame! last weekend Full length tipper r LIMIT 2 j LIMIT 1 |
$492. and expenditures $348 for from a week's' vacation trip to Deep pockets I,
the city. Occupational licenses Missouri to visit relatives. On Sizes S-M-L-XL Kills

brought In $31.50 utility taxes their way home they drove fleas
$147 ana! cigarette tax $298. through Oatllnlburg, Tenn., and a4 % =J on your

For expenses street lights were Cherokee N.C. dog for3months
$69, poll workers $40; salaries Mrs. Bertha !McIntosh Gall
$206; other $35. Saxon and Diehard! :: Turlington F

Beginning with the Novem- recently visited I in Miami.
\ OIL OR RACING
ber meeting, the council will Mr. and:! Mrs. C. R. Hicks CWOLFSHEAD CARDIGANS

meet at 7:30: p.m. and family agent last weekendIn 100"- Pure Pennsylvania fashioned
pomtell
BAPTIST REVIVAL the Smokr Mountains! near LADIES' STRETCH 6.eE. PERCOLATORS a WOLF'SHEAD Exceeds Ford ft General-g Fully front
Fontana. N. C, They joined t
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Dr. Jchn Hull of Jackson. Motors specifications White & pastels: Sizes 34'40
Miss., is scheduled to speak Mrs. Hicks' !Parents ,Mr. and $) DENIM SLACKS 'a- xt i
for a week's revival at Hampton Mrs. J. L. Dykes who had a tou YOU SAVE
Baptist Church starting been, vacationing in the area t ri'' 1.00o t

October 27 through Sunday! -all week. --"'-- i 3 capacity to 7 cup '! .UBS 20 W 30 lia t I tag


Your favorite prints a Stop* perking I'M egos, J I "e r HLADIES' {
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f all around
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rLAW comfortable denim Keeps at jt la. Std at1a. ett4ntla J jaajjjjj. i t ggg g N tom'4t
servingtemperature
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Blanchard YOU SAVE'too: 1 CM I CONTROL L CORDS BOYS'PAJAMAS TASSElJ
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CHURCH SCHEDULES end with Mil Enza Blanchard. i 15 foot extension '
Grace United! Methodist: Sun- METHODIST HOMECOMINGGrace : : :' All Ivory with L KILT LOAFERS [
day School. 9:45: : Worship Services ITnited Methodist 4y az, heavy duty switch t PERMANENT PRESS)
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m: Church held ills annual Home s Use for TV, radio Printed broadcloth | \ 3

MYF 6 p.m. Choir practice coming on Sunday. Rev. John ,. other appliances I s -a 'Long sleeves 4, .'y.

Wednesday! !! 7 p.m. Pennington as guest speaker. 6. a .. long legsElastic

First Baptist: Sunday School Special music! was provided:: by ttp.gl l i a LIMIT 1 t C 'a waist lp ,/i ++.
9:45: ; Worship service, 11 and 'the choir with Mrs Ernest > Full cutSizes > ''rPVriiTfTTfl'1*!
7:30.: Training Union 6:30.: Mid- Wells as organist. An organ -7RMl 8'15 Beautifully s
week services Wednesday; 7:30.: solo was presented by David:! rl1 SMALL kYOIU SAVE) 0 styled
Church of God!: Sunday Walters, and a vocal solo by 96*
School 10 a.m.. Worship services the pastor :Rev. Don Denton HIBACHIS Sizes
11 and 7:30: YPE Thurs accompanied by Mrs. Wells. HORSE

day 7:30: p.m.Highland Following the: services: a pic- S" X S" I I II
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Baptist: Sunday nic dinner w u served to ap 'I I ::Z Z;yam Especially Sturdy CIGARETTES _i"
School 9:45: ; Worship services proximately: : members!! and made for BRANDS
ALL
11 and 7:30.: Choir practice guests. I a the quickmeal for plastic ,: a r LADIES' DUSTERS ] BOYS' PANTS
6:30.: Prayer meeting Wednes- Out of torn visitors IncludedMrs. "4 r r ;
day 7:30.: Special music on Sun. R. R. Thede and: Mrs. : I Holds 2 of hours fun I r t Two pocket snap! Ivy styled in 100' I
day was furnished by the Naomi Scitterday, Mr and coals a coat lounger cotton
Evangels of Jacksonville. They / .. Easy care cotton '
Mrs. David Moore Mr. and l> t Popular colors to
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also gave a sing Sunday even Mrs. M. B. (Ogden! Jr. and fam- Full cutMachine yf choose from
ing.After ily, Mr. and Urs. A. S. Perser.Mr. I / / I .. washable J Well tailored '%" I
the service the members and Mri.! Frank Sweat and:: "WI J Attractive prints 1 easy to care for
j .l.
of the Church honored: family, Edvird Edwards Joe r 41 Sizes 36 to 41 jai SIZes 6'16
their Pastor with a surprise Ellis, and Charles Arwood. all w '
dinner In celebration l of his of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. 'CARTON' ? t1 YOU SAVE 42= / YOU SAVESS_
birthday anniversary.On Orville Bimgarner and Mr. I MTD TODDLERS MACK DUMPERS I \\S

Sunday::! the family of Mrs. and! MM. Vern Richards Green LIMITED QUANTITIES r I :

John Shuford honored her with Cove Springs! ; Mrs. Martha Buddy L .. I i **9 a birthday dinner. Those en- iMlley, Jacksonville Beach: Tubular steel,

Joying this occasion were Mr. Hank and Phillip Harley, Mer- I frame ..M J w,
and Mrs. Phil Shuford:: of Tallahassee ritt Island: Mr. and Mrs. W. j '* Safety steer i. VV ra
Mr. and Mrs. Jo? L. Durban md family of Gain- handle bar'l tl / I
Shuford and family of St. Augustine esville: 1 Mr. and Mrs Georga Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. : el finish jMEN'S CASUAL

Shuford and Dave. W L. Wainwright Jr..Tallahassee I Adjustable Solid auto-steel I II'J ffl .ROIL-UP MEN'S NYLON ALKASELTZER
construction HATS
Visitors of Mr and Mrs. T. : Mrs. C. B. North. High j. seat.
Authentic giant size built to last ; 24'List ,
V. Duck and family throughthe Springs; Mr. and Mrs, Horace II Ir STRETCH SOCKS
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weekend! were Mr. and Mrs. Cox. Waldo:: ;, Mr. ani Mrs Paul I -\ \\7r
Franklin Folds and :\11'. and Dinkins and son, St. Augustine; 1m' 1 / I II q.IfD S-T-R-E-T-OH ''rr '
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Mrs D. E. Nolan and familyof Mr. and 'Mri Joe Dempsey and \ Price
Jacksonville and Mrs. Vera family Hillard: Mr. and Mrs. e

Brooking of Columbus Ga. Vernon Duck Miami; Mrs. A. L r- .- I.-.! .._H ejieninnmea "i f I <'
Mr. and Mrs. Wa'len'! Sapp LILT SPECIAL HOMEPERMANENT
D. Crosj, Longwood; Mrs. larar. rn..a 't- I
and Leslie of Jacksonville were Pearl Booker and Mr. and r=1 :::

visiting Saturday.Mrs. A. C. Pearce on Mrs. Monso Tatum, Deland!; : PROttORSIIEX81E 1 s x LADIES[ i S' BROCADED SLIPPERS:, 1 Assorted colors in l--t'\\ List

Miss Phyllis Meng, Hampton y i, clock rib design / Prict
Miss Elizebeth Terry returned Lake Mr. ml H. C, t I 97*
: Mrs. Harley 1I in1I "1 Sizes 10/13 \ SM9
Friday after a visit with and Randy, Bushnell; Mr. Big Si oz. jar has easy-hold handle. RIch., colorful brocade i ifascnnating '
colors ,. "
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Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrick In and Mrs Hal Edwards and Y pouring spout and removable lid, -! r

Tallahassee.Miss Mrs. Pauline Torode, KIngsley I 83004 Unconditionally ?, 5'851510' + f) VISINE

Arthurlne Blanchard of Lake; Mr. ind Mrs A. ]f. Harley I St ;>. sine
EYE
Jacksonville pent the week Jr.. Clifton/ Brown, ,Mr. and; guaranteed 'S : 3/100 I I DROPS
for | 1 t t It T: : Koz.
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630 Watt t I
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State Arizona New
Oct.: 17, ,
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Is the opinion of Malcolm Johnson, "i 4 If RfASI Dear Mr. Matthews:
ties. They admit this but say they ry w yf'urvEp Gl State Oklahoma, Kan-

dean of the capItol press corps, that only want to fix it so the rural countiesdon't : .,...... I certainly appreciated .
the current drive for small-county con- .' ,I. ..'-' editorial of last week State Minnesota North
need so much of that
money. f.Ta'
solidation is "seliishly motivated." "If really want to make rural heading "Not a Pork .
they /l"7'
In a recent release of his column, "I sue" It would have State Colorado, Wyo-
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local government more economical and .. .. real shame had the Idaho, Montana.
Declare, Mr. Johnson can't see that ,, 'I!"
efficient they should be trying to pro- istle of the Gainesville State California, Ne-
the proposed consolidation would effect mote consolidation of city hall and r Mr. Duane Bradford gone

any great savings of tax dollars and courthouse government within coun- challenged. I wanted: to State Maryland' Dela-
certainly couldn't be justitied on the / a letter to the Sun
basis of convenience to the public. ties, and compacts between countiesfor I don't seem to have State Georgia, South

merger of school attendance areas w.c ,.. y ter writin' time available .
"They are only dreaming if they, at the boundaries to avoid the long V. days. State Virginia, West
think close down the court- fw
they can .
hauls of pupils.
houses at :Monticello and Perry and Time permitting I
The suggestion of Mr. Johnson that
make all people in a new county 100 probably write a book on State Connecticut,
county and city governments in small
I'm opposed to the Island.
miles long to Madison to conduct
go counties should take the initative in bill proposed by Mr. State !Maine Ver-
their business, Mr. Johnson says. soul-searching studies of how they of Jax" to consolidate New Hampshire.

"They may reduce the number of might consolidate various agencies to ffs"e s- Florida counties: but I
courthouse officials to one sheriff, one confine my comments to \ even Messrs. CrI-
tax dollars is that should be
tax collector clerk save one a few points which I Bradford would say I
one assessor, one ,
taken seriously. Union County .is already !" I
and school superintendent insteadof seen mentioned by yet be-
one several jumps ahead of Brad- tfeq, date. practically all the rea
three of each. But inevitably the

people will demand that, those single, study ford in committee this respect some, having time named to con-a .,.&C'I"J, M s.A.E.:; : ,. The last session of the of oppose States could such consoli-also be I

officials install a deputy in each of the ago islature produced one of to Florida's Counties.

old courthouses to continue serving sider think we've rounded the corner of inflation' best acts of mod ern times

them. It will take just to "Home Rule" bill. While yet to see ONE
as many men
side bill is certainly not a holding" reason for
serve the people of three counties as it them. all" for county; problems consideration of Mr.

does now, and the mileage paymentsmay will no doubt require bill. Why then does

eat up the saving on top officials' ments, as experience will even consider if?
salaries." the Diaryplants out some deficiencies, the as well as I, that
concept of placing the guise of this con-
Further, says Mr Johnson: "Countycourts but it harvesting of small counties is
will be inclined to circulate from been developed by out, but Sam Is not too good.Closer to Now the, the people" is the real object A

town to town, or there will have to bea team at Louisiana eager to tackle that job withouta tion" bill will! remove SHARE OF STATE

return to the old system of justicesof It has been suit of armor.. "Home" and leave< us with FOR THE MORE POP-

the peace because people will be the reserachers "Rule," especially since COUNTIES! Just a

served by their government close to Louisiana's once- By now the move to the new bill is a dictatorial one, way to go about it. I
Industry M courthouse has providing for a thoughts and argu-
been
home, and local politicians won't make extinction because completed, consider this subject too.
since and the only office still In the will of
operation
them travel 50 miles morning and even- for labor costs. The in the old building Is be governed.The .

ing to serve on a jury, testify as a moves about the Board of Public Instruction. some may say I'm

witness in a minor local squabble, or time an with hour and har- By the way, don't worry about crux of the politician trying to
Mr. a vacuum new phone numbers for that the proposal is not a job, the foregoing are
to traffic There will county;
ticket.
respcnd a them By Sam
upright McGarvey
of offices ward but thoughts and phIl-
as they have not been move a "giant
be branch offices of county govern- sound fingers pluck changed. backwards. On July 21, as a citizen who plans

ment, just as there are today in larger * country l left they should have four months after he was Bradford County; whe-
taken the Spanish bayonet plant * missioned as a member of the
counties with several towns Territorial
might but that some- with them (it Indeed, they And speaking of weather, the nor of Florida Major Commission or not.
"So economy and efficency are a tion will replace the were responsible for bringing temperature has been dropping Andrew Jackson found well know, no public
mirage in this broad compulsory con- ing pickers that to- it here). Be that as It may day by day and the countryside be expedient to divide has any assurance that
solidation bill that is before the House. the fruit? From the plant is a pest as anyone has already changed Into its .state into two counties. keep his job more than

You have to blame most of its backingon other picking knows who has been stuck by fall set of clothing. The leaves i bia and St. Johns. (Mr. anyway. I like It

a big city desire to enlarge their sible been developed, Its barb-pointed leaves. are changing In color and It: also wants to eliminate !
.
proved to be suc- won't be
We long before the
take from the State racing and gaso- that Is not to say We have two of them in our and shurbs in swamps and trees bays i> Johns.curred) until Further 1925, divisions again, thanks for the

line taxes which now go to the coun- not be brought out backyard, and every time Sam will be sporting the bright: year four new counties during It was very appro-
job and possibly mows around them and tries to colors of fall sensible. .
created to bring the
some money. keep safe distance from that *
Too Much At porcupine a member of the plant 67, the number existing Most
. There is a move across sincerely,
One change the fall will bring
our growers family, he invariably gets care-
with berry less and backs into them by ac- will be the absence of mos- entire nation today to RALPH
P. BRYAN
Speaking at the Florida Blue Key funds and It ap- cident.: And as anyone knows quItos and we won't be sorry to our ly forefathers ignore the which
in Gainesville last Friday will this time that who has ever backed into a see them go -- particularly -
banquet j job has been done. Spanish bayonet, the savage jabs the little variety that has been ted them to found the Oct. 12, 1969
night, University of Florida President If ; quit raining for you get In your posterior let hanging around this area for most workable republic
Steve O'Connell emphasized the im- some time. So the cooler wea- world has ever known. (
i helped growers you know right away that the Matthews:
portance of an amendment that will set out In the field. plant is not going to stand for ther will be welcome In that I realize that times have
respect, even if it means we ed and that we must
appear on the special election! ballotto year trespassing. are not enough words
this year's pecan * all have to start up our heating many changes to cope with the pleasure being
be voted on Tuesday, Nov. 4. equipment problems of our day, but It (
In now. We We've tried clipping off the faithfully and kindly
The amendment is of special importance sities * be a sad day Indeed when
grove owner who needle-like points of the leaves, staff of the Brad-
to the future of vocational- 75 will have a very and have for a time been able to There have been no forecastsso refuse to look upon the ; Hospital, from the
for .
technical centers, such as the one hereIn By ; season, and If maneuver around the section of far as we know about how prospective. "Change 370"C"goodies from the kit- .

Starke, which is serving so well the the crop the yard without getting jabbed, severe the coming winter will Progress" Improves the the smiles' and words

needs of the people of this area. It is taken will be very light but new points grow back -- be. And we're not about to "Change sent and for secures the Sake the of of the orderlies
a fact which you learn to your make one, for just as sure as nursing staff.
also important to the future of junior gram * Itself" is the master of overwork-
dismay when you receive a we guess it will be an open are
colleges, such as :Santa:) Fe, which are here at one sharp reminder from the insolent -* winter, the elements will con- fusion and chaos. Our so diligent and faith-

now operating in overcrowded or tem- to Spain and., plant.: The only solu- spire and old Jack Frost will fathers recognized that needs of their pat-

pcuary quarters; and state universities our of that tion seems to be to cut the come parking in our driveway. States Counties of therein the Union, could, and not we of Keystone

which must be expanded at existing is ever grateful to be
established on the basis of Bradford County; Hos-
sites in order to take care of an enroll- ulation alone. Anyone who :\ near neighbor, while

ment that is expected to double be- )1 .,' ; It's a woman's New Products fact not now also recognize Is so far that
Is being guided by
tween now and 1975. wish we were a
Available For thing other than wisdom
Many people who do not understandthe has County.;
good judgment..
importance of the Education Build- offer JJIJffffPJb(? Pest Control remember, Mr. Ed

ing Amendment may fail to vote on G9'I Let's suppose someone in like folks in Bradford
Home gardeners will be are more like a
10 able National Government made
November 4 or through mistakenidea UiL
a to purchase several new products similar proposal in regard or sister than Clay
may actually vote against the By Martha Sue McCain to help them control consolidating the States as we feel like step-

amendment in the belief that they are tive County Extension lawn and garden pests as a say a population: of less We older folk are a

voting new funds for school construc- ing Home Economics Agent r result of newly-approved; regu- 3 1)2) million, and the group and, whereas Brad-
its
; Junior Wo-
lations on pesticide-fertilizer would be located In the
tion.Such built and served a
mixtures.Dr. with the largest population
is not the
case. The vote on FAX., lISt manufacturers feel the consumer cording to the 1960 census.. center. '
November 4 is simply to restore many a return with' would not be willing to pay Vincent E, Stewart, director following consolidation of is a small word to

funds which were earmarked for the is necklines ant: the added cost. Since you can of the Division of ChemIstry might be proposed: ( I for one feel to-

retirement of school construction bonds ture In all lengths, detect this before buying: don't Fonda Department of in each group denotes professional
several under bonding will to be worn buy. Agriculture said eight! new the hospital staff.
years ago authority -
all !
"A" great
that for pants. Still a lot combinations were approvtd; by State Washington,
expired with the
adoptionof
with a different Shrinkage Is rare? becauseone the Fertilizer Technical Council gon, Alaska, Hawaii
the new constitution last June. ment for the sweater of the secondary benefitsof last week in Giinesvllla. "B" State Mississippi, Sincerely

In 1963, Florida voters approved the The of corduroy: < permanent press has been kansas.

Education Building Amendment by an lege, Belts are the elimination of this: problem. The council authored:! the Helen V. Egan

overwhelming two-to-one margin. Un- so -sashes, swash- 'If this happens it Is the resultof mixture of a combination of 2, -..----- -- ---

der this program, proceeds of revenues older tied wide with poor quality control by the 4-D and Silvex with fertilizerfor

derived from the utilities gross receiptstax or many dropping small >manufacturer. use on bahla, bel'mua:! and Dime Store I
are zoysla grass for weed control.
were earmarked for a 50-year per- Too -ona of the Discoloration especialy of :

iod, starting Jan. 1, 1964, for retirement being shown. whites. Industry needs:! to Mixtures of fertilizer and Salmonella FDH SaysChIldren

of the bonds. But under the new feel the long know If this Is the result of Betassan, Atrazlne, and a com-

Constitution this bending authority this for young thin washing, light exposure, or I bination of 2, 4-D and: Dtcamba. who play with of Salmonellosls in

expired on June 30, 1969. ber 4. treatments are what? were authorized far use on "dime store" turtles are How many of these
ing sportswear. In other lawn and turf grasses to Ing around with Illness, from pet turtles Is
Therefore the Pilling in heavy wear areas
legislature placed on long romantic control weeds. Mixture of fer- Florida Division of "All animal sources
the General Election ballot for November for the scene. Carter- where a soft twisted! bulk yarn tilizer and ethlon: was authoriz. warned today. ,"acknowledged Dr.

4 a proposed amendment:: which ing solve the gar- has been used the polyestercan ed to control chinch bugs In Studies by !health auth Nichols, state chief of
would continue this bonding authority. to accessories -the be teased on the surface lawns.A have disclosed that up to public health. "You
with wear. Because the fiber I Is
Unless the Education Building Amend- ing the wool look In of pet "dlnre store ; In dogs swine,
strong !it will not break
scarves, pearls, away mixture of chlordane and turtles studies have Chickens have it
ment is continued the amount of snood, and luclte and acts as an anchor: around carbaryl (Sevin) with, fertlllzsr a bacteria that causes the kill the bacteria when
which the cotton fibers can was authorized far use un lawns sease Salmonellosls. the chicken.

knit continues to wrap themselves and form to control ants ant chinch bugs. "The disease is trouble with pet turt-

fabric cholcs. these little pill. ballsy! The council also mild one," Division of are bought by the
The Bradford authorized
County softly colored epidemiologist Dr. mostly for unsus-
Odor from cnemicais} : is caus mixtures of Dt-syston and Trlf- Prather said "It lasts kids who naturally han-
TELEGRAPH wool Jerseys ed from the nature .of luralln
some of with fertlliztr to control days with diarrhea and ," he said.
velvets. Shiny the finishes used on permanent sucking and
chewing
injects. fever but It's not to be may be a mild
ESTABLISHED 1879 for sportswear press. The presence of uncured: A minute nored. Every year we hav when compared with
Hexagonals off- amount of indole-
chemicals will generate this few deaths from It." Dr. like encephalitis,"
butyric acid
ovals argyle. was allowed for
odor in the presence of heat ther said the deaths said "but It won't
and hounds-tooth mixture in liquid: fertilizer
: and moisture. LaunJerlng the as an mong either very young to the child who has
wawaaa designs. Be oa article should remove the excess aid In promoting root growthof dren or the debilitated elde

Scandanavlan. chemicals and therefore, cuttings and young plants "We do know that a let a child of
FLORIDAASSQ I ESS ( ) Warm, not the odor.TendencY'. Dr Stewart aa'.d.! number of turtles bought on Salmonellosls

as violet, rose These preparations will be stores are Infected" he sake of having a pet
TQ N camel, and to retain oily stains "What don't
has aHo been a problem. The avatable to home gardeners:! we know Is he said. "And no
gray. of them
many are protective par-
stain through lawn and garden sup-
removal
companies
PHOBLEM: are the disease. If youdon't either."
ply stores. Mixtures of lertl.
working
de on this problem and dle the turtle or his wa
several izer and pesticides serve the
permanent press products are now on you don't get the disease '
I problems. the market. dual purpose of fsrtlllzlnz and, him." : .:'t"4

E. L. MATTHEWS. EdlUr-f: .......* ; being over- Alteration of ridding lawns of weeds or Insects Dr. Prather said that :i9a. "
Pabllahed each Thursday aid entered m Btttmt I are more diffi- Ready-to-wear in a single application, lea have shown the turtles I )
CUM Matter at lhe ?oat Office at Stark. FkrUa I Off-grain occurs garments, but not can be mae smaller sivlngr time and effort Dr. remain postlve for =- r '

order Act .f Match 3rd. OTt.HubscrlpUoa process. A I'C- the exacts size larger Ls ,more BO selecting Important Stewart explained; for all of their natural \ \\ rr( y1 I /
.
In trade treat, 1 year, ....; OvUUatrad speed of this than ever. But, even The state chemist! dpurchasel'l he"It's said.no "problem AID they do for It / _:" '::::"L..."

area 1 year, IS." insure on-graln though you can reduce the size of these products to mit It. They don't die of : inheritance is the!
: thus wouKi seams and; hems are never as read the lable because these So far this year the of a departed relative
IJUa10 I the cost. Most flat as before, are specific-purpose; brings a family
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.. IV Elementary PTA Halloween! 1'lkl'IlllUtlllU. UI4IL1 the Circuit Oourt, Eighth Judicial DublKution of turn notice Much.: llI< California
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Philippine l Island. Circuit. In and l For Brad- clnint .or demand' 1 Hhall bo Inwrlun. APO San \OTICR OF I>'rF. TIO'" TO following Equipment Sur-
Carnival this Saturday Oct. You Aiu Notltlutl That an action Cord County. FloridaBy ... and Hhall state tho place 96317 Notified that nF.ra.u: FIC'rl'I'10I'" X.\\lP.I plus tf. our needs:
THERESSABy 25. beginning at 5 p.m. With a fur dlvurcu has boon fllodall"'lII..t Beuluh M Moody o>C leHldence und """t ofltcu ad- You Are Hereby Divorce has been Xotloe. IM ... uln tart that 1-4 Yard. Osrwood
the .
Crane
dreBa of the clalniunt und Hhall an with 3-
you and you aio rcciulrii Aa Deputy Clerk ftngnlnrt aro tho underslimed. provisions :Model No 75-n
total of ten amusement booths, be to bv the ciiiimant f you and you .
a ii > Murvtt a cup| y of your + 10-2 U JO-2J unit of your of Chapter 20, 1i3 Lawnof ynrd Itucket. This machine will
serve a Oily .
plus rides, costume Judging written defniHVB, If any to Burton required to defenses.. If any to It, Florida, Acts of 194 t. willjlster dig hut will not walk,
r Dorothy MUte attorney a3-sit written with the ('1."f\ the Ford. 1-4 ton Pick-up
> T. plnlntllfK 1-1991
IJouwluit. r<
Pbooa 473-4313 etc., not to mention a vnrlety whona. aUdiuMS lit. P. O.Drawer la oI..lee.The nruu'or Court OC The CnnntrMil filed sdmintt iihall bo void on the plaintiffs and address attorney.whose I"\ honorable Circuit( Court In and for Brad- trtick. Needs repairsSenled ,
of good food this shuld providean 1248 Uulnusvllle, .'1..1'- touiity. Hor- tr "r of the. iLstu name Ooor/r. II Pierce PO.I ford County, Florida, upon receipt bids nn these machineswill
Ma 3J601 on or before. 'wbNU r loll Prebnte. H. Oreen Ueceusod.First / StarUe, Florida.and of proof of puhllrntlnn oc he opened the mnrnlnv of
evening of fun for the kids : 10JO .
>rawer
11, 11161) and file the original In rel hsla4e of I.ucrrtln H. publication. 10-2-89 original with the this notice nf the flctltlotmname Nov. Ird "t the Brnrtfnril Coun-
and grownups too. with the Clerk of this Cuurt.Co..t G..II. Ovcrnnril. tt 10-23 file the / styled court of Leila's Dress Gift tv Commission. meetlnar nt tile
Florida '... clerk of the above hlch I am engagedIn Rtsrke rmrldaThese ,
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH House sturke. 1'0 All ( iiturs find Persons : :I Shop under Court House
12UU 1. either befuie. service on Huilnic lnli.i.* or Ueiiinuil. otherwiseua'Judgement may3be business at 132 feat Call machines will hn\e to
Telephone 4734188. Sunday; I* Tl Circuit Court Of FlortilH.hntuth Plaintiff' attorney or Immediately Aurilln.t CoW KHlntcl la The Circuit Court Eighth!; for the relief Street Sturke.. Flnrldn.James be moved nt expense of Purchaser -
School 10 am. Morning Wor rfuuintil llrvult In Ana thereafter; otherwise. a You and l emit of you ore Jnillvlul Circuit Of lorldu la entered uRitlnut you complaint. R ant Sandra w', Reddish ,
; ..'.... Airuiikuri luiiut). fltiriuuAC1UUN default will be entered against hereby notified 1 and, required topresent And For Urvdrurd CoustyCure demanded. In tho Rt. I Box. 77, Rn.lford.Fln..lda. These.! machines. may hI' viewed -
shIp 11; Training Union, 6:30: ; FUll LMVOUCKCASld I you for the relief. demanded in any clulnm nnd ilemundu ; No. ll.1lCltlt, "'wYtnoss" hand( and tho sole O\\'n"rA At the Sanitary Lnndflll.Starke. .
p.m.; Evening Worship 7:15: : NO. U4J the complaint or petition ; Chh.. ':."j.r.rna. either, of you., .ACTION my October 17. Dated this 20th div of October FInnv restrict 1 or
Edward Urahuni, IMulntlff. v. ,thereafter said cause shall proceed may \ t the estate of Laura. Call Crews 1'h.lntlff sent of said Court on A D 1969 at Stnrke' Bradford County. lntere." Inlc ln tthis
L.ULIOIIU
Wednesday evening Prayer Service Clara MenduJ, luiuilu.. Uiuliuin, JLix.: Parte of mild County II Ureun to decuiiaud the Into -v.- Frederick Crew L>eendN" InO' County prptlnment shotiM 1 got In
7:30.: with choir pi&cticeafterward. Delundunt. Witness my hand and seal ofBald Judge of UinUfoiU County County :'. NO PRO- (SEAIChnrle. A. Dnrby jnprji.aj 4t 11.131'IOTIC..1 touch. with Ttclt Trnnlok.Director. .
Court this J'lth! day o( Soptember PICE OF SUIT Control,
MU11CU OF ACTIONTO Fluiidn. at hie odes In the court of gnld \ Vosqitltn: .
A. D., 1983. .. 1'EUTY: As Clerk foitrt 1 OP f\ir. DepartIn'n4
: Clara MenUva Uunalaa houn of mild County at IHllrl( :*l. Moody: Bradford Crunrv health -
NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB Orahum (SEAL) Florida. within Mix calendarmuntlm 1o. Frederick Crews: D Co- By: Ilfulah The Bradford Cminty noarrt I'hrnc. W"" ,
The News Life Bible Club for us Interior Qulrtno Avenueslrt.rralarat.I, Charles.. A. Darby, Clerk of from the! time of first 19th Engr Hn... IC), a HA 12S&66GJ Aa Deputy Clcr11428 U 11.13r of Commissioners. has declared 10-23 2t 10.104 !

students in grades 1 through ---sir--r r--r-laesa---w ea r.usrr r- e r r --------. oar..r ----_ -- ----
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surgery Baptist Children's pital GET entered CONGRATULATIONSAnd To WELL in Percy Church.on Bradford Tuesday.Staike Chapel WISHES Sullivan Monday County at:Jr.,Hope who Hos for I i ii i C T1Io I i-i iI i I SASE IVORY LIQUIDDETERGENT I a :





good wishes to Rev. and :
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H I
Mrs. Merle Packham on their ;
25th wedding; anniversary Oct. I I


,Oct.18.HAPPY 23.Mrs.and BIRTHDAYTo L.to K.Billy Chlldsi;! Phillips today-, 1 I S TE A IS ,11 I 32 OZ. BOTTLE I I II e i


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i'mol'I'oW-Oct. 24. I 1 SUPERMARKETS
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PERSONALSMr. I I
\ and Mis. Walter Swin- II

'!dell and Frankie visited Mr. I 11 I I
.SwlPlell's niece, Mrs. J. A. I
Swindell at Glen St. Mary last 5 8
:Sunday. i II r i iI I
Sunday visitors of Mr. and FOOD FAr 1ft. $ 1 1 I 1
'Mis. L. K. Childs were L. A. ___
'Childs and children, Sue and QUALITY II I I 1

Ray Mis.of Hilda Foil Griffith Pierce. of Haw I IIS DEPT CF AGRICULTURE I I I I when Savings Count... 1I

thorne visited Mr. and Mrs. I i i ; COUNT ON US ;

Cleveland.Visiting Phillips Sullivan.Mr.Sunday and Saturday.Mis.afternoonwere JamesD. i : r Everyday Low Price i ,

their son and daughter- I I I I
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phil I I 85c I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU
Elsewhere
lips. ana, Billy of Mlddleburg. LB WEDNESDAY OCT. 29, 1969.
I I I
and Mrs. Phillips' uncle and I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jeterof I 11 I IF000
Hawthorne.Mr. .
and Mrs. Walter Swindelland
family and Misses Linda
Reynold and: Patty Sheffield
attended a sing at Bethany
Baptist Church at Barton Sat-

urday evening.Mr. .
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
of Palatka visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan -
(Ala
and their son, Percy Jr. e F000 FAlPs.s.111icI
and family, on Sunday. FOOD FAIN
raetcrlrr.s.crriu :
Dining out in Jacksonville : .
Friday evening In observanceof r.scHOicE: U.S.CNDICIvmry
their 25th anniversary! Oct.
18 were Rev. and; Mrs. Merle
Packham, with their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Packham Jr. of Salt
Springs. and their daughterand
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. '
Bill Phillips of Middleburg. e Fade Danlry =

Mis. Rae Beahler and friend,, BONELESS Pride

/Mrs. Betty Sewell of Hampton,, L''T '
visited Mrs. Beahler's son,, BEEF STEW wa l
Harold Reinert and family at 1
'Eau Gallic, and stepdaughter,
,:Mrs. Dale Curry and family at ""
Vero Beach Saturday and
Sunday. :
Willis Swindell visited his
sister. Mrs. Eula Jordan, at
Bartow Saturday evening
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Rooks. 59, a one-lime ''< '\' ., .. y' '' ;' "xn'8 '
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Alachua where he had << -1, 1..r. /
Attention has been focusedon day at u::., ., ,:., ;:(? W (9 .,. :"i .' .,;' ',Y. ,
operated a furniture store for ,.... ,, .,. on' '-t> :' <,;;, ...'.. :, /
the plight of the elderly in """ ,," < ". "'l?;;" ?' (,) >/01.;,' ;J., > /"' .>, >< ,, ",: ; ?' '' '
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many years. y.-;>:,':..,:><,,:l-t-.Jh>;:>if"'" ""'.{:" < > ". : : ';",,,.> 'ft('.<>;.',<'>jon. .
the news media in the past few ot yo ( ;: ;: ; K'. v '
Mr. Rooks was the son '<:f A ''j. /' .t .. ,
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weeks. Criticism mounts and 004"; I.
the late E M. Rooks a former {
contradictions ,abound. The .
elderly Methodist .
pastor of the First .
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and crippled are here Church of Starke. Bes'des his ."

and win continue so as long as mother. Mis. E. M. Rooks, hola KVKRORXZN BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :
CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST
society exists.: survived by two married CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH LAWTEY. : Bible Study 10,a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School. 9:., a. m. ."
One report suggests a 7% CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sufnday
and one son; two Moral
Sunday School. 10 11 Youth
daughters a.m. 11 Evening. :Morning Worship a.m.
CHURCH Wor ning Worship and Commun- Worship a m.;
Increase in social OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
security pay. brothers. Dr. John James Jac Worship 11:15. Sunday .
Sunday School. 10 a.m. : 'pa Service 11 a. m. Eveningyer4iees Worship 7:30: p. m.; PrayerMeeting. Fellowship 6 p m. Choir.Prac
ments %
; following that, a 10 Marvin 418 East Call St.
Lakeland; and NlcM 6:30. Highway. 8
service
RookS : : Wednesday tice, Wednesday! p. m. ,
Worship Service, 11 a.m. 6:00.: 7:30: p. m.;
increase la proposed. On top of Rooks Jacksonville and a Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: 125. northwest: of Lawtey.' -:Ret.R. Rev. Robert D. Burch :
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service T J. C. Heelers pastor.MORGAN .
Evening Service, 7 p.m. \v ctlnesday! Worship -Rev.
this comes the statement thata sister, Mrs. Rebecca Hunt of am. Sunday School. 10. Sacrameat L. Bennett pastor
Friday Night Cottage Prayer Minister Jack P. Bell.
"social: security increass delay Daytona Beach. 11:15.Monday: j> ni.
Is ,defended beauss 1970 ls Funeral services were held Meeting. Primary 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST ROAD CUAI'ELSuadey9 GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .'

an election year." at 11 n.m Wednesday In the Thursday Night. Prayer Tuesday MIA, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning NOIUHSIDE BAPTIST : a, m. SundaySohool Highway 100-A

When are our elective representatives First Methodist: Church Alachua. ( (Meeting In church, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. Woranlp. U *. m. Pre-Sea- CHURCH 11:00 a. m. Morning
Youth, Service Tuesday night Schedule of service: Sunday. Worship 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 10 am. Morn-
: in to .
: Congress going .. Burial was in the Newn- 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band YouiwPeople
7:30: .School 9:45: a. m. Morning WoorMifp. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor Ing Worship\ 11. Training Un
get down to brass lacks and do ansvllle Cemetery. p.m.Ivy -Dean Hansen and Prayer Service). fr'p.
what U right in making proper Luke Pastor Branch President m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m1 t 10:45: a. m. Training Ua- ship. ion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship -.
provisions for the elderly andpoor Midweek Service Wednesday lon.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service.V15. Wednesday-7W: Prayer Ser 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting.
Mary B. PlayfordWord SMYRNA MISSIONARY : Mid-Week Prayer SfrYice.W 1st and 3rd Wednesday 8 Don
: vices. p.m. Rev. Drawdy
?
It is long past the time JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D. ?
BAPTIST CHURCH 'dnesdaY, 7:45p.m. night-1:00: p. m. Family night.: Pastor .
to play politics with the lives
has been received here BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor.vs .
633 W. Pratt St. Sunday
and health of 30 million aged sex- .....
of the death of Mrs. Frank vices: Sunday School. 10 a. m S 301 North, behind Tutee -
and disabled in our nation Playford 73, in St. Petersburg Preaching 11 1m.. Training Freez Drive In. Sunday

The Bradford County Senior on October 2.Mrs. Union 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship School, 10 a.m. Worship Service I :::....
.,
Citizens Club went on record Playford was the former 7 p m. Everyone welcome.. 11 a.m and 7 p.m. Pray ''

backing our National Councilof Mary B. Collins daughter of Elder: A. O. Flynn, paator er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.

Senior Citizens' position by the late Thomas R. Collins -Leroy Olive pastor: E. L. r

sending gressman letters Jaccb supporting H. GilbertD. Con who Brooker.was the first postmasterat St.('Sunday Marks Services Episcopal dri/fls. associate pastor. ,: "" ,._, .':. _'J.'",'. ; : ':",..,. : 0 .r"l< '. .

( ., N.Y.) who proposed a Bill survived by a son. 8:30
She Is ; : a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST
HR. 13840 suggesting a 50% Garth Playford.:! of St. Peters- 10 a.m. Church School N pe h uLt ? 141V114b11 of
H1ahwa1J: : { :&
increase in social security benefits : ..
burg; one daughter: Mrs. Bet- 11 a.m. Family Service Lawtey. Sunday School. ll-.m.! .. .,
over the next four years. Lee Bernst, Alexandria Holy Eucharist% 1st
ty and 3rd Morning-,Worship 11:15. Sun- & ; ,3: ':
This bill will provide a 15% Va.: and a 'brother Thomas J. Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service 6:30.--Rev.: .:t >i Did you ever look down railroad tracks and wonder where they went or put your ear to the '1 i
increase beginning: Jan 1, 1970
and continuing th3 same a- Collins, of Riverview. Fla. sad 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett! paator. track, listen to the hum, and try to guess when the train would reach you? These questions we i :s

mcunt of Increase each year KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST may have asked when we were children, but as adults it is time to ask. Are we headed in +

until 1973 and the final increase Mr. Sparkman CHURCH OF GOD the right direction? Are we prepared for things in the future regardless of when they will arrive? .f
Will be 5/" In 1974. This! Is the Sunday School 9:30: : Training 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. '
only sensible approach to the Services HeldServices Union 10:15: a.m.; Morning, Sunday School, 10 a, m. Worship "> Choose now ,the path you will take. let the church help guide you. fl

problem of hunger and want :Worship 11 am.; Evening Worship Services 11 n, m. and 7:30: p. uOh that my ways were directed to keep thy statutes!" :;:tI .

suffered by the aged and poor 7 pm.; Prayer Meeting m. Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:30: :.:

these many years. were held Monday.Oct. 7:30: Wednesday.': p. mw-Rev. Chester J. Sitouippe'\: .
Letters were ,written and 18, for Claude C. Spark- interim pastor Rev. Fred paator. '"
signed by the Bradford County man, 79 of Waldo who died: in Munro. I t1 i

Senior Citizens Club and friends Gainesville Saturday afternoon HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH >>

to Sen. Wilbur C. Mills, Oct. 18, following an extended (Highway 100 at Theressa) ..
Chairman of the House Ways illness Airpark Baptist Church Sunday School-10 a. m. '
Mr. Sparkman was born Nov. Sunday School. 9:45 a.m.; Morn. Morning. WOI'shp-ll! a, m.

4, 1889, the son of the late O. Ing Worship 11:00 a.m.; Even- Training Union-6:30: p.m, ':-)

SEE R. and Kate Weeks Sparkman.He Ing Worship, 7:00 p.m.; Wed. Evening Woi ship-7:15: p. m. r

'Th LPaint People was a retired cattlemanand Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Wednesday Night Prayer Services ..,. '.
Naval Stores operator and 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of -7:30: 9. in. Rev. Merle

was a member of the Methodist Psalms. C. J. Sheffield Pastor. Packham, pastor.FIRST -
I
:
Church. Everyone Welcome .-.

Moore iz&PAINTS Surviving Is his wife: Ruth :;;: _y' led aqenc1 in, ,. efriYY '.::'
a
ASSEMBLY OF GOD :
Wolfe Sparkman of Waldo: ; two FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF STARKE : r (hutch\ 1\ Gods ap pOIn the\ knowledge\ of I +. ":.,, .... e :iS:
sons: Claude:: Jr. and STARKE the\ rending dot :
George Wet Weldon St. and Ralford t \ 101 \ lidemand 1 ;:"
world oI \ -. '
Service
CENTRAL PAINT Sparkman, both of St. Peters- Opportunities Of :: this\ mon and \ovingill _ti. :
Road I I b
burg. Sunday Oct. 26 Sunday \ Ve 0 1101o\ \ she"\ 4
\ \ nd 10 1'lIq ill '* '1
.STORES, INC. Services were held Monday School 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Hma 10 spa IliqlOUII\ : 01 z;
11:00: a: m. :Morning> Worship; 'I\loul\
636 NW. 13th STRttl afternoon Oct. 20, from Waldo Last Service of Revival lIelq\lbol.\ elllmelll 0 sound the\ r- "" .:
"::00 m. C. A. Services 7:00p. : (
: qo
p.
M
conducted by Rev. N. B. Lang- God. ,:
Methodist Church with Rev. :? 01 el\eVele. ,
GAINESVILIE'I \love \ P \ '
m. Evangelistic Scnicee. : will,\Iollq wdlln,
PHONE 376-1281; ,, Joseph Fulford officiating Burial ford, Evangelist, 11:00: a.m.; :G of I \tile \hold\ \0 dear .
MidWeek a i"y
7:00 wa1
: p.m. 'u
Wednesday: .w"c'
we hom
: \ :
was in Waldo Cemetery un- Training Union, 6:15: p.m., ::: which\ ,van
Prayer Meeting. :c heedom\ .. \letelolt
,\
der Evening Worship Sermon: \\Uppoll .',
directions of DeWitt C. ?lT'. '"
Pastor: T. E. CillerHCILBRONN : :::: eVlla bl, pel". view, one \"OU cf I ': 4I
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. "The Gospel!! As Pictured By 'J' I 01 the ellalt S"; 3'r: ,
:; \ Pon I. of I __ .__ ::
t \11\ e u. ,
6:1.10 7:30 j \e \a \
Romans the\
SMILED Baptism" : : :::: \ for d 1101.low'\
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( le!
p.m. BAPTIST :.:, the\ cad \his lom,11., \hold and 'E1\TfJf -- ::0:
and Means Comm., Sen. Spess- Monday Oct. 27-Youth Choir CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. :.:, \himself\ arson should\ u P d tells\ QUO -. ;.jo

OF THE WEEK, ard, L. Holland. Sen. El J. Practice 7:30: p.m., Executive Sunday School 9:43: '&. m 1 ever", .every}the (\\lult\l\ because death: ; and 1 1 r &

Gurney and Rap Don Fuqua. Committee, New River Baptist .Mornins Worship 11 Training! ::> patl'tIPO' mOIl'\ \\lIe, sal \him r +.. ::
} obaut will\ y 4 i'
urging their support for H.R.- Association 8:00: p.m. Union; 0:30: p m. Evening Ser- :: the\ Hul which\ alone j1 4 x :,.:
.. t= 13840. Carol '::0., \ tenth d. '"+ f A 1Z --4f ;:
Oct. 28
Tuesday ice, 7:30.: :Midweek Prayer Service : deswnl'.lhe child\ \ .0\\ (io p +
We salute our club member Choir 3:30: p.m. Sunbeams 4:25: tit \ 0\ \\I
7:30. 10
:
.. I lee :
Mrs. Mary Allen, who spsnt a Children Choir Junior :, I.
p.m. ; --Rev. L. Tummy Howe P<IoI'If. RCi i'thf :
UJ'1 number of days getting many: ore

-., signatures to our petitions: to G.A.Wednesday: Oct 29 Prayer GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH ww

the aforementioned legislators. Meeting 7:30: p.m. Church Choir Sunday School. 10 a. m. ;Mom f ,
We are sorry to report that Practice yr h
8:15.W.: in:; Worship, 11 .a. m. and- p.

Bowden Charter is Member in the hospital Mrs. Jar.et witha A. HOGAN in.- ReFred' Johns, pastor $MA\S\ A : i ; ::;;;J E A8A ill illp

MI//1 1No back Injury. During cur last FIRST UNITED ;METHODIST NEW RIVER BAPTISTS {

Iii visit she was doing well. We STARKE School 10 a. m. Morn' I

hope that she will be out \soon Sunday Church School, ''ing Worship 11 a, on. Training p p
f
so we can celebrate her 86th 9:45: : Morning Worship, 11. Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship. >>,
birthday! Oct. 26 MYF Snack Supper 6 p.m. ,8 p: m. Wednesday night ser I

Our next meeting will be a MYF meetings, 6:30.: Evening vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel .

task scaresus Halloween party Oct. 28, at 1 Worship 8.Monday come-.L. L. Parker, pastor ;:
job or no :
we always give depend- p.m.. Recreation Center, PrattSt. Girl Scouts 3oJ.: j'J: STARKE "66"SERVICE
SHELL
able service. We hope all of our membersare Annual Church Conference FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH '' FAULKNER HURST "
ready for the dress-up of 7:30.: Sunday Service: Sunday j 11
.
the most original, funniest and Tuesday Brownies. 3:15.: School 9:45: a, m. Morning Worship GULF SERVICE SERVICE

TUCK'SxTiM prettiest costumes.We Wednesday! -UNICEF Drive, 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser ;,. 964-7Z311i
Ph.
f
] appreciate the cooperationof 6:30.: Prayer Meeting and Bible vice. 6:30: p m Midweek Service J AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards -

DRIVE-IN- the Recreation Dept. headedby Study 7:30.: Children's Choir Wednesday. 7:15: p. m. j Tire Tru-lng 1f
Gene Rayburn and Randall : Charles Reese, minister :
RENTALS
BEEP PORK SPARE RIDS Davis. 3:30.Thursday -Girl Scouts, 3:30.: HIGHWAYBAPTIST : U-HAUL Headlight Adjusting 1
BAYLESS
CHICKEN We have; a wonderful club. Youth Choir, 7. Chancel Choir caruRca::: Track Trailer Brake Service: J

XWRB us.301 SOUTH SERVICE You should belong too. Why Rehearsal, 7:45.: : Wheel Balance: andAlignment
I not -DeWitt T. Farabee pastor. Sunday School W ajn. Pro.' Complete Lubrication .

-- Joe Kerrigan acting Services rat 11. ?Tralnta Minor Tune-Ups :

------ MADISON STREET Union, e p.m.':Bventae Service.T : SERVICE 1
ROAD
BRING THIS AD WITH YOU I BAPTIST CIIURCII ;. Midweek Prayer' Meeting. 1011 N. Temple Avenue -_._-__- PROMPT

Wednesday. 7:30. (Everyone wel.come. ,.
All Minor Repair ;
Opportunities for service:
3 Bedroom Mobile HomeFeaturing Rev George B. Qt>- PHONE 964-5899
Sunday School:l, 9:45: a.m. Starke
WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. I
will, pastor 24-HR.
Spanish Mediterrean, Early American, !Morning Worship. 11. Youth
Choir Practice, 4:30.: Youth Fe!. STARKE BUILDERS
,
Contemporary and Country French ((1st time showing)
'''- lcwshlp Supper 5:45.: Training, HAAIP10.N CHRISTIAN > Hlway 301 and 100 I
'' ''-
--'' LAWSON r
'- Union, 6:13.: WMU Prayer Circle CHURCH SUPPLIES, Inc.
t
<'It .. .
., I -' : 'ht i 7:15. Evening Worship Sunday School lU a. m. Morning *10 S. Temple Starke
sf' T I' -: I' 7:30.: Worship at 11: Evening Featuring Ace: Hardware MEAT MARKET '.

I tij 1 1 : Wednesday RA's, GA's, Worship 7:30: Rev. Carl ::: Complete Paint Supplies STORAGE :

ft! iT! ''II1.C: ''ii I i and Sunbeams, 6:30.: Prayer Clarke, pastoi. and Sporting Good AND COLD
!
: : I Ii
I I }
II Meeting, 7:30.: Church Choir :
I ... Slaughter ;
r A In Custom
I'i .f 'I. ;.fif't Practice 8:30.ThurJday: FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCDDAIP1'ON With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialise
M. .... : \i'.. I Church : I'"Check ing. Cutting and Wrapp :;
tt'u.u ':::::::: ,. ............ Visitation I
.:::_ _-- .\ \ "- ..- : 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a, 'm. Morn :: 2M' Washington St. 9645270LORIDA MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep rreeWHOLESALE j'',

.. \ ,I'm'. ... -Denton Sumrall Pastor ing Worship' at 11. Training
"1... Union 6:30. Wednesday night ;1 : f

7', ;' Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followedby :. 24Ft. Wide 9647059PALMETTO s.'
choir practice. Starke Nun- I Phone
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f.
f /; BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH :
\' :
: BROOKER. ing Home service 2:45: p. m. Also 12Ft. Wide STREETBRADFORD '.
FLA. I
Rev. Melvin Hame1 1MtoI' EST
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SPECIAL Rev. Jim Temple pastor. MOBILE HOMESCampers !
RESIDENTSOF Sunday School. 10 a.m. Ron 1
CALVARY BAPTISTSunday ; .
ONTROL40WMCA1C&
Bristol. Superintendent. Training COUNTY : :
TraTeltrallersKeystone
School 10 a. m. MornIng and
BRADFORD COUNTY Union. 6:43: p.m Lowell
:
Douglas, Director. Worship Worship, 11 a. m. Training:! TELEGRAPH ;
Union 6:30: p. m.:Evening Sertlce Heights
Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern J
7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
Outlaw music director. OFFICE SUPPLIES
4,395 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. n. ;}' 539E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320

Butler pastor; TYPEWRITERS :

..: Ph'one 964-5745 for FREE /
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Fro Delivery and Set Up Within, ISO Mil, .. O l Iecksonvdle' Inspections and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT ii


Wall to Wall Carpet Beautiful Furniture CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL CO. EDWARDS .

Walk In Closets Spacious Bathroom WILLIAMS ,.

Large Country Kitchen Choice of Interior Decoration Grocery and Market ;

Robert L. KitchensTile JEWELRY Better Service: For Your Groceries MeatsFed ...;

This Offer Not Available To Residents Of Jacksonville Title Problems .::

Contractor Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL

Week Days 9AM.-9 P.M, Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts: ::
and Edwards
Jack Gtedv
Saturday 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
BULOVA WATCHES ,
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Sunday I P.M. -7PM Title Insurance: Stark .'
U S. 301 Sooth -
Q 1020 E. CAM. ST. 964-6923 142 W. Call St. Starke

UICKOPEN MOBILE HOMES STARKE, FLORIDA 158 W. Can Ph. "4.us1 PHONE '"-1312 ;

_Phone 964.7064_

2 JACKSONVILLE LOCATIONS CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, Inc. f

742 South lane Avenue (Off 1.10)) 4342 Phillips Highway' (IU S,1 1, South) TRADE AT HOME .'" your own .*. Owned By ThOM We Sere In Twelve Northeast Florid CoatlM -B.,,'" Oarll arbsrs UTe Better :
Phone ((904)) 781-9677 and
: Phone: ((904))398-0984 community: progress :
EteetrksJIr" Ksynosw Height. *--PhoM 478-4111
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f ion, Laliarook Lady Mary Cro-
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Over 200,000 Sportsmen Expected select the old-time favorites. martie Mrs. Charles Cobb blossom, Cleopatra= Dawn or '
1 Varieties that are known to Rev. John Elegans Pink For clipped hedges 'I'
: Let's .COeBGardening Drayton and Semi- -
CommunityNews iTo Purchase Licenses In Florida grown well In Florida includeC. double Blush. try Cheerful, Cleopatra, I'll,

M. (Ilovey, C. M. Wilson, For use in base plantings Dawn, Proto C. S. Sargent or II

Last/ year more than 200.000 hunt headquarters on some Colletti, Daikaguro, Lady Mar- select Alba Plena. Apple- Tricolor

.sportsmen purchased licensesto wildlife management areas. ................,
hunt in Florida. Accordingto This
practice has ben discontinued -
the Game and Fresh Water
and hunters
are urged
Fish Commission. even more B/Hervey Sharpe, Kdltor
by the Commission to
are expected to be in the field! obtain Florida Agricultural Extension ; -
their stamp at the sam: time Service On the move' :
this year. ,they purchase their license.In .
Hy Elizabeth; Givens WalkerWWIJflJWUWrL Dr. O. E. Frye Commissioner 'a final word: Frye reminded .

Director! said "Some hunt- : \sportsmen that lIcen- Growing camellias is like
-, ers have a habit of waiting until lieS and stamps must /be signedby pronouncing the name of the New' Chevrolet, Movers, for'7OChevy ;

SCHOOL NEWS grounds. At 3 p.m. St. Johns the last minute to obtain: a the owner before they are flowering shrub-- everyone has

All adults interested: in attending Baptist Chinch of Baldwin and license and: many times find valid: his own idea. "
classes in typing sewing congregation will render: ser they are too late for the open- Some folks say ca-mell'-ia goes heavy! New Titan 90. compartments on the road. .. .. '

reading: and arithmetic are vice. At 7 p.m services will! be Ing day hunting trip. Hunting! while others prefer came'lia. Anybody can add a new truck to a lineup. With wraparound instrument panel that ,."

invited to register for classesat rendered by Rev. D. L. Brightof licenses have been available Big: County Solons Both articulations are e- Leave it to Chevy to add a truck and a half puts everything just a glance or fingertip ;.
the Vo-Tech CenLer nightsor Macedonia Baptist Church since July and: there is no ex- qually acceptable, depending on Titan 90. '.; '
days. For information call Lawtey, and the pastor, choir cuse for a sportsman to be Urged To OpposeConsolidation local usage. away .: .:
No other tilt is
muscle. vehi-
Chevy Conventionals. Vans. Recreational
so long on
9846150. Ladies learn to sew and: congregation of the First caught short in the final minutes Occasionally a gardener gets
'
and save. There Is a fee of Baptist Church Gainesville. All before the opening of the his vocal cords tangled and So right for turnpike stretches. With 9 diesels cles. Whatever you're thinking your ,

$1.50 for each semester. members and friends are Invited season." Sen. Richard Stone of Dade refers to the glossy green plantas available. And one of the biggest sleeping rolet dealer's got it. And it's a Mover '. .
BOY SCOUTS to these services: Sportsmen should plan their ca-may'-lla. This pronunciation ...
hunting trips now. and be sure County has called on large is considered a ....,
The Boy Scouts meet each ;
county legislators to oppose the crime against nature in the tlUDfe/61N .
to include. hunting license :
Wednesday: at 8 p.m. In theJenkln.s PRETIIANKSGIVINGPROGRAM
Crlder bill which would abolish
of most camellia lovers.
and wildlife! management area ears '.
Recreation Center. All 42 smaller counties in order: to .
sound
Regardless of how you .
.
A Pre-Thanksgiving stamp as part of such plans.
boys interested in joining program
make 14 larger counties.
Both license and stamp be out the pronunciation, any var- : :-:-'.
please contact Scoutleader Jim- will be rendered Wednesday may
Monster Government which will accent .
mie Jenkins for information.! night, Nov. 26, at 8 p.m. for the obtained at the office of the requires people 'to travel 80 to the iety beauty of japonica of a garden duringthe ...'.',
County Judge or license agent.
RECREATION: NEWSBoys benefit of the Public! Library. 100. miles to sign deeds or to flowering period. Another '.:'
Duck stamps are required for
age 13 to 17. who are All proceeds will be turned get occupational licenses isn't asset-- the plants produce a ....
Interested: in playing basket- over to the Library Building duck hunting and: are availableat local government it's lethal display of flowers during fall '.

ball, are Invited to meet at Committee. All clubs! organizations all U. S. Post Offices! government" sen. Stone said and winter when many other ..

the Reno Recreation Center and churches are askedto During past seasons, wildlife "Only the people of the smaller ornamentals are hibernating. Chev'w' .;
each Monday Tuesday, and take part In this! activity. management area stamps, were .counties should alter or abolish Camellias are adapted to
Wednesday nights for practice. Community Choirs, both jun- available at check stations and their forms of local gov- many landscape uses, says Dr.

Plans are being made to have ior and senior will participate ernment, not legislators who E. W. McElwee, horticulturistwith !+a.11Qi ',;'

many activities for the enter and anyone wishing to join Gun Control Law live far away in metropolitan the Agricultural Extension .,'
tainment of youth. either choir! will please contact areas" the Dade County sen- Service. They can be used as '
CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph or Not IntendedTo ator said. "Now is the time for foundation plants, mass, screen
!Mrs. Maurice J. White. Wa appeal and accent plantings, lawn and
Ebenezar Baptist Church, Hinder Hunters"The other large county representatives (
to the citizens to cooper- background groupings, clipped
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- to prove that they oppose h
ate with this activity and makeIt and undipped! hedges and as
day School, 9:45: which will Gun Control Act of 1968 sectionalism. We can do that tubbed in the _
specimens patio
terminate services for the day. a great success. was passed: -by Congress to help by being a friend In need to Florida room.Slowgrowing .
Greater Allen AME or
Bible' Study each Tuesday Chapel Federal State and local law the smaller counties now" ha
Church. Rev. A. R. Richardson! varieties are
night. Prayer meeting eachThursday enforcement officials in their added. ;
Presldng! Elder and:' Pastor. best for base, accent and hedge I.- r-4
been that
It's
night. experience
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- fight against crime and violence my plantings, while varieties with '
There will be a special con- Ing Worship at 11. Afternoon ," Marvin H. Dunn, IRS larce county metropolitan government spreading growth habits are recommended -
ference called meeting Saturday Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: doesn't save money. for mass groupand
night before the first Sun- service at 4 p.m with a musical Chief Special Investigator" for It costs money. Bureaucracy unclipped hedge plantings. Varieties rT
day in November! at 8 All program sponsored: by the mushrooms and it gets harder:
p.m. Junior Church. The Carnation Florida said today: adding: : thatit having a pyramidal or 6e ,
members are asked to please Social was In no way intended to for. an average citizen to get upright habit are best suited
be present. Regular serviceson and Saving Club will be hinder the activities of hunters through when he has a problem for accent formal plantings,
the
the first Visitors always guests at program and ." Stone declared. "In
Sunday. various and sportsmen.As my and for clipped hedges.
welcome. tlc'pa te.church choirs will par- an example Dunn said travels through Florida, I have Flower-wise, camellias are

Greater Bethlehem, Free Will that hunters and sportsmencan found that the resident of the divided into seven groups, ran-
Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper Sunday will mark the termin- purchase ammunition in small counties are proud of ging from the simple singleto
Williams pastor. Monday night ation of the Trustee Drive for state and can their county and want to retain their the irregular double or peony -
any carry
the
Choir No. 1 will meet. Tuesday benefit of renovating the own identity" he added. form. In between are the
night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers church rest rooms. All mem- own firearms across a state line "Not only should we kill the semi-double, incomplete dou-

Board: No. 1 rehearsal. Starting bers are asked to cooperatewith as long a.s they are not convict. Crider bill, but the legislaturemust ble, imbricated double, tiered
ed felons or under indictmentfor
Wednesday night the Youth the captains. Each member make it easy for any and and the regular imbricated. /
is asked to pledge $10 for a felony; fugltatives from, If unable to .
Prayer Crusaders for Christ all counties, which want to you are recog-
will meet each Wednesday until the project. justice; unlawful user of drugs; preserve themselves for the nize the various flower forms ..'

November 5. Thursday night NOTICE! or mental incompetents.: future to establish charter counties from the above names, then\ it

the Ladies Circle will meet at The Excelsors! Gospel Singers Dunn also said: that hunters which could, never be is a good idea to get a copy
sportsmen, competitive shooters -
the home of Sister Mosley. Fri. of Jacksonville will appearon changed except by a referen- of Extension Service Bulletin
day night Rev, W. D. Dennis a program at the First or anyone legally using a dum vote of county residents," 161A, "Growing Camellias in
in state other than his "
gun a Florida. It is available from
and his congregation!! from Born Church of The Living God Sen. Stone concluded.
home state can acquire another economics
county and home a-
Lawtey will render 'seivlces.Satuiday on Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. Come one firearm If his rifle or shot r.................al1 gents.
night dinners will bt come all and enjoy the Lordin ...
gun is lost stolen, or becomes .
sold from the kitchen. All !
songs. Inoperative.He TOO LATE WHAT VARIETY?
members and friends are Invited -
to( patronize: this activity. CARD OF THANKS said tht aw requires only : .;.
The family of the late Kelly that the buyer in these circumstances TO CLASSIFYBy Shopping for camellias Is
Sunday of will the mark the Men's termination Thomas wish to thank the mike cut an affadavlt like a lady buying a dress-- Chevy goes lively! New '70 pickup. Chevy goes anywhere! New Blazer.
annual
Day program with Sunday many friends for the many acts for the .dealer's! records, and AA&AAA&AAAAA&A&_ it may take considerable look- The first thing a Chevy pickup has to Call it Chevrolet's convertiblestationmove S j

School at 9:30.: Morning service of kindness expressed to them provide the dealer with the title By Russell Kay Ing before you can make up is you. And we never forget it. wagon-car-truck. Or Blazer for short.It .
on the death of their son and of the chief law enforcement It's about Time. That's what your mind. One place to look .
.at 11 ..., with Deacon James shows in the way our 70s look, It's the runabout with the largest V8's; .
brother. May God ever bless officer in the locality .where he this column is all about. For I is at the several flower shows '
: and In their smooth ride and widest track.
.Prince! as speaker Choir .
scheduled for this fall and
each of you. Mrs. Mae Bell lives. don't know how feel 'about
No, serving.. Dinner will be Bass. you winter. And all the different ways Order it with removable.,.,
It, but I'm fed up with Daylight
served: at 1 p.m. on the church Unless are willing to Fleetside Twoor .
Saving Time in Florida.Geographically you they come: Stepside hardtop. four-\vheel
-wwwwwwwaIN- - : 29 of Florida's take a chance on success, it and Longhorn camper. Putting' you iirtt,........ um iirtt. drive for telling trails to get lost. \
is idea to
shy
a good away
67 counties should be in .
from the untried varieties and .
.
the Central time zone to start

with. And this includes the
DOWNTOWN
0 Tampa Bay area of St. Petersburg

GAINESVILLE and: Tampa So when the ;
people of this area are on nor i
MOST[
mal Eastern Standard:'Time they The ii

are already enjoying any advantages i
Daylight Saving Time \

might offer. When they add another MORTGAGE ;
hour to conform with

Daylight Saving they are really for MONEY f

Need Help With Your In two hours order ahead to go of about sun time.our your money] ; E

Idally activities we have to get OVER 20 MODELS
up each morning before day- On* way *r another, you'll pay for the horn'* you extupy. o why

H CHRISTMAS light. And it bothers me as I not get th. most for your money. Build yourself a permanent horn* BUlL/ ON YOUR PROPERTY

watch the kids trudging to on your property. .on* that will increase in valu*. :

school: In the dark with our When building for qualified property owners,

traffic situation as it Is. Jim Walter Homes will provide 100% mortgage -

BUDGET? To demonstrate the results of A NEW HOME financing. But that's not all. To reotfy! !

adopting Daylight Saving Time cut your costs, we'll build your new horn la
for Florida, let's see what hap- almost any. stage of interior completion. Finish

pens in Tallahassee. Noon occurs Toe/ays BESTniestment the rest yourself, as much as you want, and
in the Capitol! City at save '
Open A Wilson'sE.S.A. 12:37: EST, averaged throughoutthe money. ,,

year. Therefore Tallahassee ...
and its surrounding: area is ,i
.
already on Daylight time by 37
minute-s. The Tampa region experiences :\

Noon at 12:30: EST
on an average. So Tampa IS \

also already on Daylight Saving
time by 30 minutes'! When we
"EARLY SHOPPERS ACCOUNT"Do adopt Daylight Saving we shift

Tallahassee's clock an aver LIL rr

Your Christmas Shopping in November, Pay Nothing age of one hour and 37 minutes L
from true Noon and Tam-
Until Next Year. No Service
Charge This
on Account pa by one hour and 30 minutes. -
_.
When Paid As Agreed. Florida should be on Stand
ard time the year around and

an act of Legislators can placeIt _

there. If you feel strongly as O
YOU PAY
I do about It. you will write .-". i T r
,
your Legislators and urge themto .
'" -
1-3 IN JANUARY support a bill to do away :
bedroom OXFORD I
with Daylight Saving. tf"- ,..
We do not have the twilight
1-3 IN FEBRUARY period of the Northern slates 8tji :

that are further from the equa .
.
1-3 IN MARCHBUT tor In addition, our days and '1-:1-: :
nights stay more nearly equal
throughout the year. NOW complete facts
Daylight Savings is a delus- For mor* Irian thirty years, property having a horn* built on it has :

REMEMBER: ion in that we try to put 25 gained valu* each year. Almost everything els* you buy today will Drop by a Jim Walter Display( park or tend :

hours into the 24-hour day. It begin to las* valu* from the moment it is purchased. If you build the coupon for the new catalog of over 20 :

E. S. A. can't be done. If you play an a permanent horn* en your property,your monthly payments bcom* models. W. want you to have It, so you :.

(hour longer, you must either an investment with a cash value that will grow each month. Don'tIPS can get complete fact and cost of buildIng -

sleep or work an hour less. It's your monthly payments. Get the most for your money. Invest ina on your property the' Jim Walter way. ;
IS ONLY FOR that simple.
permanent horn* built on your property.ute. .
Why should we be robbed of .
our sleep In the cool hours of &
PURCHASES MADEIN the morning because Washing. I !, / ofSe&nuiffouie Cottage* fA7MES

ton lobbyists and bureaucrats 17 1

NOVEMBER so dictate? And our stats Legislators ".
can rectify the situation .
by taking Florida off / JIM WALTER HOMES ( I

Daylight Saving time If they (Mail to the nearest office) sT

"You May, However, Use Your E.S.A. for Purchases are concerned with the wishesof I- I I would like to know more about your building and I II

Made Oct. 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and Take Advantage of the Let's most put of their an end constituents.to this non- financing plan. Please tend me a free catalog. I IJ.eksoevlllr

Savings During the Final Week of Wilson's Big 95th sense once and for all. Lei's Fls Lake City Kla. I am interested in a Q Home n Cottage

put Florida back! on Eastern 32205. :32055P. : I NAME I
. Anniversary Sale Going On Now. Standard time the year around o.-It. Fla, 3241.
, .
O. ,
P. O. Box *2432SI flax 1013 I
where it should be. I have :3001 1"." tine !SI.Boxj .1030 ADDRESS
K.
: Duval'
talked- it over with many W. Drover <, I'll.' 642111 CITY STATE

,J SHOP WILSON'S 9:30: A. M. 9 P. 'M.I'AUH friends: and pelglibors and: I Phone :388-IS8J U. !S. M": A 7VJMSM:!OluHlrePhone I Telephone.My I

have yet to find one who thinks I I
is located In
County.
property
that Daylight Saving time for

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- M LROSEl r rt Wednesday Of Melrose,Dies Oct. 15


Mrs. Elizabeth O. Godley;,, 66,

v, ,--""r ..n 104 ..., _-",,- .... !"_ '" .. v of Melrose died at her lake

t residence Wednesday moaning

Oct. 15, following a sudden: illness -

[-KeysoneHilifes/ Indians Slide Past Taylor, 7-6; r? :' I Mrs.. Godley had ,been Test-



By JIM FOX Strickland's Kick Brines VictoryBy 5Ji +. 1 10 dent years of Melrose, coming for here the droni past

PlcaM. Phone In Your Items 473-414S { I i/ Bloomfield, New Jersey, She

After trailing through mostof was a member of st William's
Mike
Chltty
the game Keystone with < Catholic Church and; Altar Society

WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Al Nelson won the atgnan Ron Strickland added the ma- victory on the brain came up ..... q ; and the Melrose Wonuin's
The Keystone Heights Wo with the 7. Chipper "
and Mrs. Richard Cunninghamwon extra point after "Mighty lucky ,, Club.
gic
man's Club will sponsora who leader in defense husband
the bedspread. Hague, was a Surviving Is her ,
"taste dinner" on Friday Mike TD Grace the scored Indians Keystone'sonly came Friday night, came up Hostesses (from left): Mrs. Richard Murrhee Mrs. Paul Tyre Miss 1'rfal1lTD George A. Godley of Melnose: :

October will 24. at be the served clubhouse.from LIONS CLUB' from behind as to win 76. with a loose ball setting up Bridges, Mrs Gilbert Recd Mrs.\ R. L. Bridges, and Mrs. L. E. Harris one slater: Mrs Florence Gil-
Dinner the score. Three plays later."Mighty" ger of Cleveland Ohio and; two
Coach said
to 7:30 p.m. Tickets may Head Roy Bayless tSA '"vr
5:30 Mike Grace went
: The Lions
Keystone Heights Mclaughlin
brothers : A.
Harry
couldn't :
"Our offense just get
be purchased from club mem- Club are busy this month with rolling tonight, but our defense In for Keystone's biggest, best, Mrs. Joey Johnson, r of Bloomfield N. J., andCharles :;
bers or at the door. Admission their fund-raising projects for and only touchdown with the of Jack:
McLaughlin
fine to
played another game Recent Bride
will be $1.50 (includingtax financial support of the Flo- pressures of the world on his

) for each plate.dish rida Eye Bank Foundation and first bring conference our fourth victory game.,and Mike our shoulders RonStrickland put Honored At TeaThe sonville.Services were held Iftj St.
covered for
The supper to increase savings for theorganlzation's the pigskin between the uprights -
members and their families Grace did a fine Job of fillIng William's Catholic ChurcH! at
club for what became the
on Tuesday October 28, future club- in for Jack Wingate. Donny Keystone Heights Keystone Heights Saturday
house. Baker Sandy Grayson with winning point. Woman's Club was the setting morning with Father Ed'ward!
will feature a special program threatened late In the
The club will be selling Hal- Taylor
the Mr. and 55 yards on seven carries and for a tea shower honoring Mrs. A. Kirby officiating. Burial] was
following supper. moved down into
Fremont Tolles will share loween candy for the remainder Mike Grace played well on off- game as they Joey Johnson, the former Miss In the Melrose Cemetery under
Mrs. of the month, at the price of field goal range, but a bad snap
of their ense. Everyone did well on defense Delores Murrhee on Saturday direction of DeWitt C. Jones:
sum-
experiences
their
Randy I
recovered
$1 This Is the which was by
per bag. same fi'y
especially Sandy Gray- Oct. 11.Hostesses Included Mrs.R. .
of
Home Keystone
mer cruise aboard the S. S. delicious killed Taylor's hopes with Funeral
that the Lions Buff
candy
son, Mike Grace, and Chipper L. Bridges, Miss Marilyn > recitedat
The
Hamburg including slides on Club 24 seconds left in the ,1 Heights. rosary was
has been selling for sev- only fiiAJ
port calls and trips from Ice- Hague. Coach Bavless also Bridges Mrs. Gilbert Reed, :1 the funeral home Fnlday:
eral rough fought game. *
years. ommented, "It's good to know Mrs. Richard Murrhee, Mrs.L. .
land, Swedenand northern coun- the Indians were able ; Oct. 16.
The club is also accepting Although
you can come from behind and E. Harris and Mrs. Paul
tries to Bermuda. $1 donations for a Winchester to come up with a victory
Tillis will show win a game as we did. Tyre. Mrs. Passwater
Miss Gladys below
Automatic Shotgun to be given they were playing way
first The 110 who
Taylor's score came guests, were
films taken during the dedi- away at the Masonic Hall on Indian par as these statistics will
cation ceremonies at the new after they recovered an invited to call between the appointed Services Held
the Monday Nov. 10, at 8 p.m. fumble on the 40 yard line of show. hours of 3 and 5 p.m.,
clubhouse. Following program Purchases for either Item can in the second Rushing: 63 yards Passing: received the honored Mrs.
Keystone quarter, were by Margaret Passwater, 35,
Miss Tillis will
presentthe
with 2 of 8
be made with member of 17 yards attempts
any after a "Nip and Tuck" first guest her mother Mrs. O. J. of Keystone
films to the club for their The Indians made Heights died:! In a
the Keystone Lions Club. completed.
records. quarter. After a series of downs and lost 65 Murrhee Jr.,grandmother, : fjj Starke hospital Saturday morn
4 first
sucessful pays] Wally Bell took Mrs. O. J. Murrhee, Sr., and ing. Oct. 18, following a brief
ROTARY CLUB ball In from two yards in penalties. her Mrs. E. Cars- +e .
DUPLICATE BRIDGEThe the yards out. aunts, J. illness.
seeks their 5th l .
The extra point attempt failed Keystone travelto well and Mrs. W. J. Weeks L iA t ( Mrs. Passwater was born In
Dr. Charles LaPradd, Pres- straight victory as they
led 6-0. both of Green Cove Springs.
and Taylor..! North Carolina 14,
Keystone Heights Dupli- ident of St. Johns River Junior Newberry this Friday night... Mrs. Bruce Moon of Tallahassee on Augujit
cate Bridge Club sponsoredby College was the guest speakerat 1934. She had been a resident
the senior Woman's Club the Keystone Heights otary kept the guest book. The honoree Mrs Joey Johnson (left); her mother :Mr*. of Keystone Heights torn the

meets Monday evening. The tea table was covered O. J. Murrhee Jr., and past nine years coming here
every Club on Friday afternoon, Oct. grandmother: O. J. Murrhee, Sr.
NEWS NOTESBy iiiiOSEBy ; with a white lace and organdy
Play begins at 7:30: sharp. The 17. Dr. LaPradd was Introducedby from Indiana
club is open to the public as Program Chairman Don cloth over a pink liner. A silver pale pink cloth. After the gifts Mrs. Johnson was honored witha She was a member of the
Helen bowl filled with pink car-
Kran
well as members of the Morgan. miscellaneous wedding shower Baptist ChUl'ch.Surviving .
were opened, they were dis-
nations and white asters formedthe
Womans' Club. LaPradd. who discussed the Joyce Rowe with silver played on the stage againsta given by Mrs.Charles Mc- is her husband! ,

Last week's winners were present crisis in Florida education HOMEMAKERS CLUB centerpiece Pour- background of lovely umbrel- Glave, Mrs. Joseph Wlldt, and John Passwater; two sons:

as follows: First place with said that there is no Increased interest In club We were saddened to learn candelabras on each side. las. The pink organdy and silk Mrs. Walter Bunce, at the lat- Nathan Bruce and Michael
ing tea from the silver ser-
48 points Mrs. Paley Boyd question but that the most activities was evidenced by the of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth vice were Mrs. S. E. McKayand umbrella In the center was ter's home on Lake Santa Fe. Passwater, all of Keystone

and Mrs. William Davies; second critical problem immediately larger attendance. Mrs. Mar Godley Wednesday, Oct 15. She Miss Gertrude Houser. loaned by Mrs. James Cook. Honored guests Included Mrs. Heights; one sister: Miu. Annette -

place with 41 points Mrs. facing state universities, Junior guerite Quagl:ano. acting as was well known in the area Nuts, mints and tea sandwiches A brass urn arrangement of Johnson, Mrs. O. J. Murrhee Snellm.in: nf Quake*town.

Charles HepUnstall and Mrs. colleges and vocational- publicity reported, relayed the for the work that she dU: for completed the table.A pine cone lilies decorated the Jr., Mrs. O. J. Murrhee, Sr., Penn.; four brothers: haerrill.LaVerne .

Hogue; and third place with technical schools In Floridais news items to this reporter, her church, St. William's, Catholic silver punch bowl was entrance hall of the club house. Mrs. J, E. Carswell and Mrs. and Dwel Cox, ,Ul of

33 points, Mr. and Mrs. Au- the financing of buildingsfor who Is still confined in the Church of Keystone and placed on the center table which The hostesses presented Mrs. W. J. Weeks. Shannon North Carolinas, and

brey Bannister. a rapidly expanding edu- hospital.On the Melrose Woman's Club. was covered with an imported Johnson with a place settingIn The forty invited guests were Marvin Cox of St. Pauls, :IJ. C..
is Mrs. George
Anyone needing a partner cational system.In October 3 Mrs. Quagliano Funeral service were held cutwork cloth and surroundedby her sterling silver patternas served punch by and her parents, Raymond!: and
H. T. directedby
contact Mrs. then
asked to Massa and \were
sumarlzlng his main point, and Mrs. Yvonne Dazey attended Saturday at St. Williams with trays of petit fours. Serv- a remembrance of the oc- Flossie Cribb Cox of Norm Carolina
the buffet
Dent, at 473-4336, who is keep- the hostesses to
LaPradd "In
said one sentence,
the class instruction and demonstration Father Edward A. Kirby con- ing punch were Miss Judy O- casion. They also presented .
ing a running list of available table.
the problem is this: Florida Is of the use of government ducting services. Burial was in wens. Miss Ann McKenzie and corsages of pink carnations to Mrs. Services were held In Jones
presented
duplicate bridge players.ST. The hostesses
confronted with
a doubling of the her mother and
honoree
commodities to low ,
under Miss Janet Parker. Memorial Chapel at Keystone
the Melrose Cemetery Johnson with a vegetable dish
enrollments in all of these institutions
-
WILLIAMS'The by 1975 and of income families using a basic the direction of DeWitt C. Jon- Gifts were displayed on a grandmother. from her china as a remembrance Heights Monday afternoon Oct.

it has no definitive as plan now for mix to make cookies and various es Funeral Home of Keystone. table decorated by a pink net On Saturday evening, Oct. II, v. of the occasion, .20. with Rev. Leaman. Ward

members of St.Williams' providing the classrooms lab- baked goods. They will Rosary was recited at the fun umbrella and. covered with If officiating Burial was 'In Keystone

Altar Society wish to thank all oratories and libraries necess- continue in this capacity the eral home Friday:! evening. Our u graphers. Upon his retirement, Heights Cemetery under

parishioners and friends who ary to house all of the young first of each month instructingthe sympathies to her husband, Mr. p.m.There Weldon Brantley, he returned to Gmn3in: and resumed direction of DeWitt C. Jones

supported the bazaar on Friday people and adults who will be underprivileged in the use George A. Godley. will be a meeting for Native of GrandinWeldon cattle raising, He was Funeral Home

October 17, at the Key- seeking admission." of the many good commodities.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rod-! parents and Interested peopleat ordained as a deacon In Crystal -
stone Heights Woman's Club. Along with the fact that the Emily Icon and Mrs. baugh have returned to their 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, at in
Brantley, 89, a life River Baptist Chu"ch KEYSTONE
Mrs. Henry Schuber, publicity 1969 Florida legislature failed Quagliano attended the Leader home for the winter. They Melrose Elementary School
long resident of Grandin! died 1917, and upon returning to
, chairman for this event, to appropriate any new funds for Training Course in Green Cove spend their summers In their auditorium. Purpose of the
October sewed deacon
7, 1969. Grandin. as a :
I said, "The Bazaar was a great construction, the guest speaker Springs and gave the demonstration home in Indianapolis, Ind. meeting will be to explain the
until
He born at Grandin on at t Paran Baptist Church
success due to the beautiful cited other adverse trends effecting on Food for Special Occasions For those of you who like report cards at the school. Report was
:May 26, 1880, and served his, his d l\th. HEIGHTS
autumn day and the enthusiastic construction at these at the October 15 Club fruit cake, there are at least cards will be issued every
country In the SpanishAmerican Surviving are his' wUow, Mrs
visitors who thu' ... .
enjoyed schools.
,' meeting.The in Melrose nine weeks with a detailed report -
two organizations War. He served three Lille Brantley, and one son.
exhibits and dining at the gay- LaPradd said the legislaturedid { nominating committee of on the child's progress.'
fruit! cakes. Members
selling in the Signal CorpS'of Eugene Brantlay, both of Gran.
ly decorated "snack bar. toward con- more years DIRECTORY
do something presented the 1970 slate of officers Youth Fellowship of United Report cards will not be graded
Nine door prizes were awarded tinuing construction of univer- : President. Mrs. Emily the this year.DUPLICATE. the U S, Army two years: din: one daughter Rebecca
Methodist Church are selling of which in the Phil. Brantley, Keystone Heights;
were spent
at regular intervals during sity, Junior college and voca- : 1st Vice President Mrs. BRIDGE
Xson. two and: two and one-half llpplnes. He returned! to the and siN\ : grandchildren.
the winners includ- :
day. Lucky tional-education buildings by RABY'S AUTO
M. Quagallano, who Is also 4-H at $2 and 275. Winners of the Duplicate
cakes
pound states December 8, 1907 and
"elt Chism of on
Mrs. R. Starke proposing a constitutional
Girls 2nd Vice Club last week
representative: Bridge were:
\ Department
r The Melrose recreation married the former Llllle! Mat- NamedRoy SERVICE
lrs. E. H. Clark of Melrose amendment to be voted on Nov. President, Mrs Helen Egan fruit Mrs. C. W. Beasley and Mrs. Watkins
Col. David Nelson of Keystone 4. This amendment will rein- Is selling Claxton tie Padgett, also of Grandin
; L. Watkins of Keystone
) Secre Mrs. A.
(publicity chairman : and two pound Val Givens, 1st place: Complete Auto RepairsAir
in
Mrs. Helen Lawsen Galnes- state the bondingauthority tinder cakes one Mr. Brantley worked for the Height, has been appointed by
tary-Treasurer, Mrs Mildred V. Bannister and Mrs. C. W.
f vllle, Miss Phyllis Meng. the 1963 Higher Education packages for a $1.25 a pound.If Atlantic Coast Line and the Gov. Claude Kirk to membership Conditioning Htepafra;!
The of these of 2nd Mrs. Mary
Starke Mr. Thomas Bond If the bond- Payton. names you don't know anyone in Hardy place; & Automatic Transmission
Bryant, Amendment. Georgia Southern & Florida on the Clay County Zon- :
ficers will be placed for election Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer, 3rd
I Keystone, Mrs. McComb, Key- ing authority is reinstated It either of these organizations, Railroad companies as a depot ing Commission Two others Service
r stone- and Miss Shelly Rufflnl will provide roughly $160 mil- at the November 19 meeting give me a call and I'll give you place; Mrs. Gay Livingstonand agent and telegrapher until his appointed to the commission, at PHONE 473-44(14(
\ with installation in Decem- Mrs. Ray Slarnes 4th
also of Keystone. lion for capital for the Information I can.
outlay any
retirement In 1945. the same time were Arthur L. Little' Lake Bedford
{ Winning numbers also schools and centers.Continued ber. Mrs. Yvonne Dazey secretary Congratulations to Mr. and place.
were training He was the local chairmanof Neal Jr., and Thomas McMil
f t drawn for the two raffle Items. treasurer discontinuedher Duane Gilrle, who became WOMAN'S CLUB
f J [ On Next Psge1f services at the October Mrs.parents to a baby girl on Mon Members of the Woman'sClub the Order:: of Railroad Tele- lan-, both-of-Orange- Park.- BEAUTY SHOP

meeting. General enjoyed looking over selections ,r----- -- - ? .
f day. Oct. 13. at Alachua
V KEYSTONE DRIVE-IK.T 9 ; ,.ilTii\ FELLOWSHIP CLUB Hospital. She has been of cook books brought and j KEYSTONEBEAUTY
will be held at St. Wednesday 1
Game Day named: Tamara Dee. Duane displayed at the meeting

FRI.-SAT.-SUN. OCTOBER 24-25-2E Anne's Parish House under the happened to be home on leave Several of the books It's Here At SHOP
of Mrs. Ethel In the 1800'a. I
chairmanship at the time but had: to return were copyrighted EDITH
Weyman at 1:30: on October 23. to Sheppard Air Force Base a There was one White House and Mitch JOHNSON Owner
Gus Personal and
"J'I'!'' :! I Creative HaIr Stjl-
Members donate 10 cents to few later. Mrs Gl'.rle Is Cookbook that had been dedicated -
days taw Every: Form of :Beauty
They'regoing
ward the rent and a food commodity to the President's wives.
staying with her parents, Mr. Culture Tue- at. 9-ts: closed ,
to win for game prizes. This and Mrs. John Kingsbury, in There wng also a discussion! I Monday.

v u new plan was felt to be more Keystone. PaLernal grandparents of the baket\ sale that was held

W9rld War II s useful than Items that have are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saturday.A BUILDING MATERIAL

this weekend little use to the winners. Gilrle of Melrose. nominating committee was HARDWARE

, or die trying EASTERN STAR Col. and Mrs Leo Heintz of elected to select next year's officers AH2iER

Friends Night will be featured Washington. D. C. spent a few it Included Mrs. James BROOKLYN

.. MGM presents a Jerry Gershwin.Elliott, Kastner picture starring at the chapter meeting on days visiting Col. and: Mrs. Lackey, Mrs. Ralph Stevens,
October 21. The November OES Kromer. Mrs. Steven Sashoff Mrs. Spencer SUPPLY HOUSE
;j. Richard Burton' Clint East wood Phil
Mary ure meeting will be held on the 4th Did you know that Lt. Col Swanbum, and Mrs.W. O. Lumber Plywood IKullder'a

"Where Dare" at 8 p.m. and Mrs. E, R. Simmons are Preston. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hardware Roofing Sh itetrock -
Eagles PERSONALSSurprise part owners of the Gator Slide Hoste ses, Mrs. W. H. Allen, Paneling Paints Insulation
visits of former Key this 'Mrs. V, Y. Crawley. Mrs. M. C. '
In Gainesville? I learned Tools Electrical & Plumbing
(Q]< Panavislon and 0 MOM
( S> Metrocolor
___.__ stoners have made many folk last week and thought you King and Mrs. Earl Eland. '. Supplies.

really happy. Mrs. Florence would be interested. We wish, Hwy. 21 N. of Keys tone!,473-M84

%%: Thiele and her mother who them success in this undertak- Liv .
owned the present Don Morgan "
house on Lake view Drive and ing.The Melrose Homemakevs Wealthy Can Be Healthy ... CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR

You May Not Own Crown Jewelsif each Street, spent a few hours will meet Thursday morning
Club Whether our society is. too
f visiting last week. Florence a Oct. 23. in the Home Demonstration materialistic. in. not to be measured ( i iGUS : CONCRETE PRODUCTS
World War n nurse, called on Bullying: at 9 a.m. L
CALL SEEEdward's
the staff at Bradford Hospitaland There will be a Fellowship by the amount of wealth OR

But Keystone patients. When Dinner at Faith Presbyterian, that is produced but by howit Builldrng
n
she moved back to her home In Church Friday. Oct. 24, al 6:30: is applied.-I PA Facts Supply Inc.

: DO have Walden N. Y. she volunteered: ,
f- you
I : / ,' at the SPCA and had a $2 million 726 S. MAIN 372-1844

jewelry much law suit pending for six Gainesville Florida

years which she won. She arrested -

too precious: a man harboring underfed WEIGHKDWATCHERS THE NURSERY *

and: uncared dogs in a
: to risk its loss
barn. Florence's Keystone O.C. Carnes Nursery

; t or theft. It will friends are Interested in her GusburgerGUSBURGER
; I new profession the teaching of Thousands of plants
>
.; \ be SAFE in a organ to 22 students in the .. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees


: : a safe deposit Walden One by area.one the older and retired is here. At last. Camellias Evergreens& Azaleas

Keystoners have to say
:;
: .
: box here. MOST ALL IN CANS
farewell
as Mrs. Marguerite C
Grennon leaves this month to French Fries 8 5 PLANT ANY TIME -

, live In a new high-rise apart Cole Slaw Beautiful Roses -
. Best place for your MONKY is, of course ment near her relatives and LandscapingPhone

? in in this the hospital in Illinois, not far
savings account whereit
a bank from Chicago.: Weigh Wotchars*is the world'i moil 659-21.55
respected. and fomout control
will not only be 100';; wife but will It was somewhat of a homecoming organization., weight For Your Comfort 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
when Jack and Marie Men woman and laanogars throughout
.. Weight Watchers is for paopla Hwy. 100 at FloraJiome
7 the Untied Stata
and inother
(mOW fastKEYSTONE Crosby, former Keystoners.! who wont 'lo 'lota weight' and 'up doe .
porn of the world hoe ]IIIf'ucc."V
came to call on old friends as 'for IdaWEIGHT" And EatingPleasure
lost watghr and 'R
they have recently sold their WATCHERS NOW hp' if oil with the h.lp ol' i S. E. McKAY REALTOR

t' Kissimmee home and are in a :MKKIING, twice on Tuewiljyii Weight Watcher Senior Memtir Society of

new apartment near their son, 9:30: AM A 7 PM at Join th.group wth o proven Residential Appraisers
: STATE BANKMember John Crosby, former Duval record ol successWEIGHT OUR ENCLOSED
K<->s.ine Heights (Episcopal :Mortgage Brokers

'r County engineer Church). We Help YOU Flounce"

(.'.I).I.e. Keystone Heights, Fla. By the time this Issue off the For more Information PATIO WILL BE FROM: GUS Trailer lots S500. "< Vp

press this correspondent hopesto phone 904-721-3244, or write: WATCHERS OPEN THURSDAY ANDYiITCN; The Best In Lake Front
"Your Friendly 'hank In Your Friendly' be back In Keystone Mr. Weight Watcher*, Inc., 59 @J T E Homes. Acreage, l menials'!.
.,. ....,....,... ..,. ,
CO l lllnUy." Matthews hu been tolerant of University Blvd., N., Jack 3,11n. M.1 NW. --'" OCTOBER 23 :Mrs :Melba Ilgen, Associate

I, the longhand news notes writ. sonville. Fla. 32211. Keystone Office ,173-4818

ten while hospitalized. Please Homes 473-4740 473-I8U
I r keen the news! coming'

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.teHiiitesi Mr. and Mrs.: Dick Milliard Movies

VOICE of theSPORTSMAN INDIAN BEACH were last Tuesday.visiting in Quitman, Ga.' -


[From Proceeding Pace] I Bill and Jerry Coman Jacksonville A double-fsature Is schedul. .
( 'Vto) and !Nellie Mae Howell
ed for the Florida( Theatel"sscreen
remarks La- "T1 Michael H. Ctklttr of Miami were weekend guestsof
In Ms closing and their guests. Proceeds will By MIKE: CHITTY on Friday and SaturdayTo
the need to have ... 473-Z1TI Robert and Jackie Lanier
Pradd stressed be used for the club's expan- h_ '" be shewn are "DraculaHas

the"Passage amendment on Nov.passed.4 of the He Constitutional said.- sion program. ww_ _________________________w_-w_ w t)._ t a... ......*..aa&.. .... ......................... and Mr.sons.and Mrs.! Al Friesnerof Risen From the Grave. "

Amendment to con- BOWLING LEAGUE Greetings, friends and neighbors St. Petersburg spent a few starring Christopher Lee and

''tinue the bonding authority under "How about ttoM amadIII 40 _se_ and Bream; Louie from you "Hookey days last week with Mr. and suggested for general audiences -

the 1963 Higher Education The Northeast Florida League Meta?" They looked as If they Poultrie, lODass; Mr.and Mrs. playing" Rolling Reporter.Yes Mrs. Tom Norwood., Mr.;"Nor and "Battl- Beneath the

Bond Amendment will benefit played at St. Augustine on Oct. were just playing any ole Base Joe Bainbrldge, 38 Specs;John friends I'm afraid you wood's sister1 and brother In- Earth, starring Kerwln Ma.

all Florida citizens. It will pro 14. The local team sponsoredby ball game, except for the tact Wells and Sammy Jackson. 50. I can't expect a wholu: lot this law Mr. and /Mrs. Enoch Peter- thews and VlvUne Ventura. HURRICANE

vide a means whereby young DeWitt C. Jones, played that they could nothing wrong. Specs; Mr. and Mrs. George week. You see the RolllngKeporter son of Fort Collins, Colo., and The "Battle" movie is tha
people and adults) with varying against Palm Lanes of Gaines- Talk about your "Underdogs," Phillips, 40 Specs. C, A. did his patriotic, duty; their son and his bride, Mr. story of a group of Red Chin

educational backgrounds can ville. The local team took two your "Upsets," and "Come Rodibaugh, who spends the last week and played "Hookey" and Mrs. John Roll of Laramle, ese who attempt to invade the WARM

prepare themselves tolncrease points. Mable Smith, of Key- from behinds," and you've got Winter at Earlton Beach, caught to watch the World' Series. I Wyoming, arrived Saturday fora United States by construe:ling

their earning powers and their stone Heights, had high gamein to think about the New York 35 Bass in the past two weeks. don't feel bad about it a bit, visit with the Norwoods. tunnels under its major cities.

contributions to their state and the competition with a score Mets. These poor fellows have Griffin's Lodge (east shore because I did what any "red- Mrs. Vera Darland of Den- "Castle Keep" .starling Burt rex IK owuctt(

community." of 181 and a total of 671. been "Underdogs" since the Sante Fe), reported that the fish blood.e l" American tliat had the port, Iowa, is visiting her Lancaster, will be shown at

Team members are happy to word( go, and then come up were biting pretty good, even chance: would do. daughter and family, Mr. and the Florida:! on Sunday, Monday The IMM* f.r hue-
off with four straight customers were scarce James and Cric-. Mrs. Art Wheeler. $ lessees I iee..
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB welcome Mrs. Smith,who Is replacing and walk though My parents, and Tuesday. Co-stars are Pat. ( .
former team member World Series Games, from a last week. Roy Griffin sends ket, trlslted Dan Brown and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels rick O'Neal. Jean-Pisrre Au. ., <.n Messy. wind. vile ecu!. ".'
The Keystone Heights Junior Nickey Crowder of Gainesville.The team who had never even been word that the Specs are bating family In Melrose, and bor- have returned from a two- l let off "........ Horn. .wn-
mont/ and Peter Fallc. ..
llln
Woman's Club will sponsor a team would like to thank behind in games In a World and can be caught drifting ui rowed a bird- dog to try this week vacation the mountainsof *r Kit "M" .ky for |
turkey shoot, on Saturday, Oct. Judy Brown and Clara Belle Series before. Not only did Little Sante Fe, and on the scaso.fi. My parents were In North Carolina, South Caro- Lancaster plays the part of : ..rn.ll'r. ;: CHICK UP.
who .. ,. .
American Army major 1".lu"n I"
25, In the vacant lot adjacentto Bradley, who were substitutes the Mets mess up batting records brush piles In the big lake Keystone! Wednesday night, lina, Tennessee, and Georgia an T1.*.*ri.,. .f your" ,1.propvtry"
the Jiffy Food Store on high- for the regular members dur- but Mets' Pitchers held with baby Shiners, and you visit! ig Mr. and Mrs. Chuck They told us that the scenery defends a 10th Century Belgium t., 'lImbs. or ..... I".fv ..>I
to record catch nice ones on the beautiful there this time castle just before and during <..k .r *Mtn end l.com.mnrf .
way 21 north. ing their vacations. Baltimore batters a usually Pard e.Boy. was up .11.( ... I., th. paen.
Shotgun and archery targets The ladies will have their low In Team Batting Averagein baby Shiners. Roy guided Mrs. Griffin was in Tallahassee of year, but It was nice to be the the Battle of the Bulge in lion, .f unnI1.s.f dims.*.
Series at 147. All I Wilma Bell Friday, and they last week home World War II. The* I li n> chart* for trilltrvi
will be set up between the hoursof next match at Sanford, on a fora few day again. i... fur yowr ontl*
9 a.m. and 5 p.m. A $1 donation Nov. 9.HEEE". can say is "My hat's off to caught 9 Bass and a Jackflsh In vislttjtg his brother, :RufUs, who Fred and Vera Swearingen at- Slated tor the screen at the ...",. I lit, the ..,,,to of.
will be accepted for the New York Mets. for an outstanding Alto Lake. Roy caught 3 Bass, is in tile hospital.Mr. tended Homecoming at the 301 Drive-In on Friday, Satur.day i eomplofo"'0',. .'wo"'u....",',.,

each attempt. Coffee and pastries N' THERE performance! the largest weighing 6 pounds, and Mrs. Darly; Barrows Springfield Advent Christian and Sunday Is "Once Upona ;e.' See your orotrclion.mu .
will be served during the Now let's look at the Fishing while fishing alone on Tuesday. were visiting their daughters, Church in Jacksonville on Sun Time in the West" which la r

Captain and Mrs. Michael W. Scene Red Neal and Andy Boswell Mrs. Fraser and Barbara Bar- day. The Swearlngens' attended suggested for mature 'audiences.Set INSPECTION:
day.Members of the Junior Wo Foster and their daughter, Ml- Shipman's Camp (west shore had good luck on the bass this rows In Jacksonville for a few Church Service there before in the lawless period of ., rSTIMATM

man's Club are busy this month chaelle, were In Keystone last Sante Fe) reported a pretty week. They got 11 one day and weelu recently. Mrs. Fraser moving down here to our lake. the building of railroads:: acrcss

coordinating plans for the annual week for a visit with Cpt. Fos- busy week this time. The Following 8 another. underwent surgery, and the Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant the West, the film stars Henry SAPP'STREE

Halloween Carnival which ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ( people from Starke Another of our neighbors, Barrows were heljlng out at were in Gainesville visiting Fonda. Jason Robards, Claudia

will be held on 'Thursda eve- Charlie P. Foster, Sr. Cpt. and surrounding areas were Joyce Barton, and Charlie Morris their daughter and family, the Cardinale and Charles Bronson SURGEONS

ning, Oct. 30 at the Keystone Foster Is on 30 days leave fishing out from Shipman's. Mr. of Houston, Texas caughta It :nooks like we've reached the Lagrasses la.st Saturday. Phones: 376.1766
Heights City Park. before he Is due to return to and Mrs. Paul Sealey caught 20 dozen nice specs Saturday.My end (of another column fellows.So That's it for this week, 372.9538
Publicity Chairman Mrs. Vietnam for his second tour Specs and 6 Bass; Carl Preston uncle, Alfred Hudson, and :311 say "Good-bye" and "I friends. The only thing Leeon personal Invitation to attend

Paschal Carr announced thai of duty. He completed his 25 Specs; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Brock caught 40 Specs wish you luck in your fishing, and I have to say this week is the Revival at :iiampton Baptist 2021 N W 6* SHEET

there would be 17 attraction first tour in 1967, at which Mitchell Larson, 30 Specs; Monday and 35 Tuesday In Loch- hunting, football watching, or that we would, like to extend Church 7:30: p.m. nightly GAINESVILLE Homo.
.
booths for children and adults, time he flew helicopter gun Mr. and Mrs. Billy Franzman loosa. whatever YOU do!" each and every, one of you a next week. -

In addition to the food con- ships for the 173rd Assault -- .--- -_ .___ _.u _.
cessions selling sandwiches, Helicopter Company.

drinks, and desserts. Cpt. Foster recently comp- p 1' I CARL BEGGS
The parade Is scheduled to leted a transition course of .
,'
start at 4:45: at the Fire De- extensive training at Ft. Stewart _"., Gulf Service

partment. Children, who are Ga. and Ft. Rucker, Ala. i4T r

planning to enter the contest which qualified him to fly sin- -:==:=== i .. : I II USED!: PARTS
for Individual costumes, are gle and multi-engine fixed I Top Prices for Wrecked Cars
asked to assemble at the Fire wing aircraft. lie and his family 24 Hour Wrecker Senrtoe

Department fifteen minutes returned lat week from Fuel Oil -

prior to the parade start. Ft. Devens, Mass., where he MUM WANTED PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners to-
All men who would like to received training for his new Laundry Used Cars -
help build the carnival booths assignment with the Army Security CLASSIFIED: AD BATES worksn. Kitchen aids labor NEW AND USED __ cond.tioncd name: brands:: $15 to up.choose 10 different from George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
era, cottage: ( 468-1998
aU watch-
par ,
are asked to meet at the city Agency. Up to 15 word ____- 1.M man, cooks SAJLES-PARTS-SERVICE Parts It excellent repairs aU! INSURANCE AGENCY
park on Wednesday evening, Cpt. and Mrs. Foster are (Minimum ehrjs) and clerk, ground Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson' House ot.
Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. It Is requested enroute to Miami Beach for a keeper truck driver. Five Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums ff2! N. Main Auto fire! Homeowner
Gaines3767i
that the men bring short vacation. Mrs. Foster -= eh word over 15 ._ ..01Jldra day week eight hour day LIFE & ACCIDENT
Expert Service On VlJ'! ] 10. Uchw
their own tools. and daughter will be residingat Ctat retirement, vacation
Ladles will be contacted to their home in Daleville Ala. : char,. U not sick leave. If interested please All Makes Keystone Height 473-4(9
DID
work in the booths. where she will complete the paid In advance ___ .15 apply in person Peraonn FlamMiB Service YOU KNOW It's easy town

KEYSTONE remainder of her sophomoreyear Maniger Sunland TraIn- Phone 9 U-70U( a Longchunp Home?
Better wilt for F> r.4a llv MEN
> WANTED Men cottage T
SPORTSMAN'SCLUB In college after her hus- MmorUte, RMolulo Ing Center Gainesville Ka. DURRANCE PUMP
ing. Yow
band leaves for Vietnam.Mr. An equal opportunity employer plan or our parents age over 21. Startini
and Mrs. Frank Hgen 7 waU per word AND SUPPLY CO.P'JSULNCE Your lot wr ours. Contact Bu pay $329 month, promotion op
ford Mitchell, phone G84. portunltles and increases
regular
returned home last week following tf.hr
The Sports-
Keystone Heights
man's Club sponsored their a two week business trip CARDS OF THAJTKS AT REDUCED RATES 6853. P. O. Box :338. Starke. In pay. 8 hour day, 1 S i

second annual Gun clinic at the and vacation in California. Dur- SUPER STICK: VInyl Plastic try day week lick leave vacations,,
00 word or I_ ___ 8.CO Letters it Number AUTO. FIRE. BOAT state
Keystone Airport, on Sunday, ing their stay, they enjoyed for interiorand DOYLE X.CONNERINSURANCE : retirement. U Interested,,
Oct. 17. General Chairman and many scenic side trips on the Each word oyer 50 __ .01 exterior: use. All .sizes, co AGENCY please apply in person Personnel
President Don Morgan said that West Coast. They completed lors. Bradford Oountr Tele JIMMY MOORE'S Manager Sunland Training Cen.

the morning and afternoon clas- their vacation with a fishing graph. U I tab. SUN ter. Gainesville "1&.

ses were very successful.In trip in south Florida. OFFICIAL SPORTSMOORE An equal opportunity\ : employ
PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 BAIRDMobile
Indoctri- Mr. and Mrs. Robert GIb- er.
the moring an
INSPECTION STATION to
$625.
Take the
son, of Largo, were recent drudgery out BOAT FOR
nation and shooting period were
Open Dally 8 AJW.5:30 of Homes
P. M paper work.-Bradford Countv -
of their son-in-law and
guests rOCRfONEY!
held for people betweenthe
young ED WAINWRIGHT
Except Saturday 8 U NoonHILL'S Telegraph.
ages of 8 and 18. In the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James tf NEW sal USED Starke Ph. 64-5701) AGENCYFor

13-18 year group a trophy was Beeler. GARAGEKeystone COOK WANTED Good 8.10.12' Wide
awarded to Tim Goetzman for Mrs. Florence Thlele and her pay Complete Outboard Se Stern All Your
Heights apply in person. Galmev1IleGood
mother Mrs. Gilson of Wal- Longhorn: Restaurant Drive Service and
competition In target shooting.A Repair. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Telephone 473-44(5 301( South.
clinic was held in the afternoon den, N. Y. were in Keystonelast tfchg Quality Complete Fiberglass! Repair : In I GAINESVILLE

for ladies and men week visiting with many FOR SALE2 ReasonabI!y Priced C u s t on-built Fiberglass Mobile Home InsurancePh.
In the community. Mrs. James of their friends. This was the FOR RENT: TV .ets. baby Large kitchen bedroom home. ftalnesville 3782785Serviced ; Fishing Boats S. E. 2nd Ave. &
Wharton was awarded a trophy first time Mrs. Thiele had been beds elec. guitars amplifiers. tile and living room Starke 964-6818 2nd Street
bath Guaranteed
for her fine marksman- in Keystone since she moved refrigerators: day or week. DAHMER'S. hardwood! floors car- and Near Pest Office
port and porch on nice Delivered In SUrke!! Area
and corner WANTED: Used Wrlnger-WaeJi-:
A ten years ago. Mrs. Thiele 964-7923. &
with
ship a pistol. trophy -
riot BUY, SELL TRADE: Used Open 'Til.8 1J.M.
4400.
;
her mother were over-night Phone 364-7582 NO EXTRA COST er. Will pay cash or take In
was not awarded for the men, .._ Furniture, Appliances,
mOrl1ln"_...__ u.. Toys,
.....
who enjoyed target shooting In guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ever- n .. ITS 441 N. '50! NW 13th Tools. Wimberly's Trading Fraite on anything. DAHMER'S.

the afternoon. ett Fox and family.Mr. iller Bro.wn4iilr Nice 2 bedroom home to be Oalnrvlll JT8-2785 Post, 7431 Blandlng Blvd., 984-7923. tf-chff -
and Mrs. R. L. Brid-
Morgan said awards were moved to your lot, $4.000
cashor Jacksonville.
presented to the winners of the ges spent last week at their irtl] finance to tfchg WILL BUY: Used Appliances BUYINGLAND
club's annual Fishing Contest home at Lake Toxaway, N. C. If inleivsted" call Ocala$lilt buyer. FOR RENT 3 'bedroon( Furniture TV's, Stereos anything -
During their stay they entertained collect house unfurnlsled. Convlentlytreated. of value. DAHMER'8.
held In July and August. In the 622-8118 ask for Bill -
men's division, James Moodyof guests from South Caro- Matheny Phone S64-6811. ... ..
Jacksonville was awardeda lina. Zichg 10-23 3tchg 10-30 SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic

tackle box and gold trophy ;::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. ..,:.............: ......... Volkswagen SEWING MACHINE_ Cleaned, WANTED Man to work on Letters.< nt. for all use sizes on, colors.wood Permtn glass.,
for his first place entry of oiled MARY
and adjusted Dixie Land Co.
; M .biiTi New & Used f in your j >ba In modern sawmill. Hourly plastic! paoer. metal. leather
a 12 pound 8 ounce bass. Mrs. I!11 Buy Your f! Sales home, 300. Vacuum cleaner
Ann Noegel of Starke recelvec :::: :::: Service repairs also. All work; guaranteed. rate with time uvd a half over ANYTHING I Bradford County P. O. Box 158
a spinning reel for her first :*::!: Home Direct :8::: Dennis E. 4W hr. Plenty of 'work good Telpirraph. tf
place position In the ladies :ji: :|:i 1 MI. North of The Mall 43M428. Cog-gins, Phone JW' be for steady workers. Group CARTERPAINTS, St. Marys Ga.
tfchg FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bedroom ,
1 m1 ,
GAINESVILLEFOR
competition, and her son, Steve % $25; Above Factory |:|: Insurance and paid vacation;
Noegel, also received a spin- 8:i: 44x12 Fully Furnished }g WANTED Pole framer H Ocala. Flm. See Mr. Joe trailer< outside city limits. tfchg
J. B White, 964 114. tfchir
ning reel for first place in :&::: $50 Down $50 Month :::: piece work, will train. Perma- Berryhlll p tOcala Lumber

the children's division. Fifteen ::; Best Quality :;;; SALE! Concrete block nant with Company benefits Sales Co. or, write P. O. Box WANTED LISTINGSOn STEREO CONSOLE $67
additional prizes were a- house; 3 bedroom Base tart $172-$!.83 average 11139.: 2tch 10-23 Homes and
1 bath Acreage. Buyers
warded to contestants who placed ii|!! JOHN BARROW 1|!! trallieat ft a1r..oond1twrll18.> Cor cen hour rate. After experienceover 102 E. Hrownle! St. Waitir" Strout RMlty: : Reg. old Take bsautiful up payments stereo( on console 2 month like
in the competition.Don ner lot. Phone $2.50 per hour. Apply FOR RENT -2! and 3 bedroom! ( '
964-5367 tfcihg rW>ker J117 N. Temole Ave.
Christoffers, young son il Southern Wood Preserving houses, unfum tehed. ''Also fur. new. 4-speed record changer.
$ ?h. 364-6609 Starke Fla.
of Mrs. Donald Christoffers, MILLIARD : Company, Baldwin 3 a.m. to nlshed '!apartmfrn.'is.! W. H. Noll- I combination radio. Balance due
was the lucky winner of the :g:: Ph. 1-845.2175 ;:: 4 P.m. tfchg man. 510 N. Cherry. tfch ( S67 or S9 per month. Phone

$500 hunting buggy, which was ;:: 4tp 10-30 ::-;::: TUNING REPAIRING 25 SKWING: MACHINES COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946
raffled off by the club. j: : LABORERS WANTED FOR SALE instrument- Largest selections from which day. Ask for Credit
Per night
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Over two hundred chicken lunches MELODY PIANO manent position. All company Armstrong Flute, like new. I t..o ch cse. Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco, Manager. Will deliver no obli
were sold to members benefits. Minimum starting hone' 964-6657 2tchg 10-23 I II ; Ne'V Home. & Universal. !gation. 2tchg 10-23

SERVICE rate tl.71 pesr hr. Apply South I I CAR WASH REPAIR ALL MAKES.
ern Wood Preserving Co. Baldwin PIANO LESSOITS Now enrolling I BUY EQUITY Lovely 3 bed.

I SCOTTY'S SPECIALS > a.m. to 4 p.m. tfchir : student Beginner orJli1termedlate. National Sewing i room 2 bath house. For par-

Mrs. Dsnton Mnch'ne Co. ticulars call 964-7649 or 964-
WT" FOR RENT--Large TIPS t a Irs 4 Sumrall Phone 964-5313. WE MAKE 6557. 4tchg 10-30
room apartment. Adults only. 2tp 10-23 611 W. University Ave. 374-135J
Phone 964-6051 day or 964-6352 REDUCE safe and fast with

Phone 378-5497 after 5::30. tfchg WANTED LPJTs 7 to 3 shift!! KEYS SILVER COINS WANTED GoBsse( tablets and E.Vap

ARCHITECTURALINTERIOR' Gainesville, Fla. EXPERIENCED at; Starke Nursing Home. Con.( 1964 or older worth 20r/r more "water pills." Andrews Drugs.
WAITRESS tict Mrs. 3, E. Hitchcock. 91301- than face value Coins in extra lOtp 11-20
RehuildingHefinlshing wanted. Good
pay. Apply in SZ20. 4tchg 11-7 good condition worth more.
OR EXTERIOR person at Longhorn Restaurant Bring them in today. Bullington. SINGER AUTOMATIC

LATEX WALL PAINT U.: S. 301 South tfehg WANTED -\ran to work on I 964-7271. tfchff CONSOLE MODEL $68

FOR RENT-Unfur. 2 bedroom MILLWORKERS "a.rm. Must be able to drive Sewing machine Zigzags, blind
_ Alkali resistant pigments. Use on house WANTED CAMPER FLORIDA: etrawberry plants' buttonholes. decorates
.. any nice location space for Experience trtctor.: J. M. Edwards. Starke stitches
.
prefered .
._:: masonry surface or properly prepared garden, etc. In city limits. $50 Permanent mi -S-l03. tfchg fo" sale. Phone 4681739. Itpl! 1 i etc. Original price $300. Has a
wood and metal.' 0".1, hr. Recoatin position. Good pay and SALES
mo. Ideal for S68 balance or reliable party in
I '
2.4 hrs. Covers 300-400 sq. ft. per Phone retired couple. benefits. Apply week daya after /HWTIQUES: bought and sold. FOR S\LE -Palms all sizes. monthly
D64.5801. this can assume $8 -
gal. Gives excellent flat finish. tfchg 4 Mr. Green i area
p.m. 3310 N. MainSt. Pticne !PS4-60a8. 2tp|
I!! .. Oftlnerrllle. Barniture rein 1led.!:' upholstering 2920! Waldo Road payments.: Will take older

Avg. Scotry'tSale HELP WANTED Waitress 4-tchsr 10-30 cabinet work, antiques re Gall cnllle 376-0691 FOR SALE Chicken! fertilizer, machine in trade. Phone COLj

--.= ,- Ret. 298 Apply in person B Si 0 Restau. For a brand new "Lovelier stored] to original beauty.! CallC. Authorized Dealer lime 'iolomlte. Clean out service LECT Jacksonville( 353-1946

5.19 Price rant tfchg You" You ne.J LUZIER'SCosmetics E. Jackson, 1313 West Mad- "Stirctift" "Dreamer""Wheel any type house. W, A. night or day. Ask for Credit

created individually Jlson St. Phone W4-5370.: tfchs Camper" Prevatt. 96-1- 816. 4tp 11-13 Manager. Will deliver no obligation. -:

Special FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, for you. Evenings and week. FOR SALE New Travel Trailers Truck 2tchg 10-23:
--- furnished. 3V4 acres, high and ends 964-7966. Joyce Hutcheson"World's Irrigation Campers Fod: Downs HELF WANTED We need 10 ,
ALL dry. On Hwy 16 at Klngsley pump, 6-cvl. International. 4- II rkllleil! or unskilled men formllwrk.
PURPOSEHeavy PLASTIC PAIL Lake. Phone Easiest llnch. Phone 964-8127. Itpd! SALES A SERVICE DRIVERS NEEDED
: Permanent position,
5332977.2to Semi Drivers. Experience helpful
duty polyethylene. Sturdy and rein 10..23 Method of HOST OR STBY-one bull. fringe benefits, paid vacation. but not necessary. we will

Resists thinners solvent Comes In WANTED to Active Exercise" Owner may obtain same by FAYES' FABRICS Flvst qual. Apply :after 3 p.m. to Mr. train you. For local and over
pastel shades. 1000 uses. Purchase 40 Green at 3310 North Main St. ,
The Fabulous describing and paying for ad You can earn
tJforc.d. acres: or leas In North Florida ity dress! ,, drapery upholstery the road driving. '
Avg. Ret. Scotty's '//h Partly improved or Timber- end keep. Call 964-5782 after 5 material. Not'.ons: mill ends, Gainesville.! 2tchg 10-30 S3.50 per hr. and up. after

39([ Sale-Price 23 land. Write Earl! J. Hicks: Box l I p.m. 3tchg 11-6 secon s. Metal zippers lOc to FOR SALE Lawn mower I short training. For application

'I 627, Jacksonville 32201 S SUM I GYM FOR SALE3 bedroom brick 30c. Week days 10 to 6; Fri. blij, ard accessories at disc. write: Nation Wide Safety Dlretor -.
Sal.
Prices thru
November
good 1st 4tp 10-23 I rome, family room. 1V4 bath. day, Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday prices. Homelte: chalnsaws new I :: ) 1525 W. Memorial Blvd..

i v-w carpeting fenced yard, 1 ta( 6. O-i 301 1'j miles! Northof rnd use:!. Joe's Saw Shop. Llk! land. FlorUa: 33801 or call

4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619 FOR SALE! 20 acres between For HomeDemonstration central heat-ar.! Phone 964- Waldo( 'on 301. tfchg Homellte Sales and Service. 301 8136835973. 2tchg 10-23,

GAINESVILLE, FLA. Keystone and Starke. $300 per Filts. 4tp 11-13 SouthStarke.. phone 964-7580.
'acre, by owner Call 473-4971. Call 4tp 11-13 FOR SALE- Chicken farm 8,
BUYERS WANTED
4tp 10-30 7823277tf FOR RENT2 bedroom furnished acres or more 3 chicken barns'
CASH BUYS MORE one trailer. miles South of 8 half acre: lots and a three CO MALIBU VINYL Roof 19. 00 capacity.: automatic''
ATSCOTTY'S FOR RENT Kingsley!!) Lake. acre tract, nil fronting on road. Siiperald farm trac-<
Starke on U. 8. 301. Phone 964- Mags; 2300. 65 Chevy, Air, equipment.:
New brick duplex apartments. HELP WANTED-Apply in per. II 1490: or Waldo 468-1222 from 8 Nice set up for trailer park and Automatic, New Tires Low tor. All equipment with 5 room

1 Phone 964-5391 or 964-7788. Mer- won at Waters Enco: Service i.m. to 4 p.m. llctig home. A. J. Thomas. Realtor. mils; $1.250. Phone 964-5096. house 2 car garage. Barns In
rltt Williams. tfchg Station. South Walnut' St. Itchg Te'.sphon-! 964-5701 itt gool:! condition. Call Jame!
WANTED rail time "firvlce Will sell
I Bartley 468-1170. at
NICE two bedroom home to be
home builders supply moved to your lot. Reason FOR SALE-Barber Chair, ex station attendant. Must be re'liable. IF YOU MEED a home( see W. SERVICE Small appliancesat reasonable price. Located: on

able. Phone 964- after S p.m. 468-1292. Itchg tfchu ment. Balance: like rent. tfchg I Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchff Hampton. Up
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