Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03867
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Hike Given On TapTornado

Whirl, annual
4 homecoming celebration

at Bradford High School

.. will set the stage tonight
Firm HereApproval (Thursday) for a big foot-

ball battle Friday night

with the undefeated Perry

of a rate increase on an emergency and i) lb Bulldogs.
temporary basis has been granted the Florida State H'shlljht'! of the Whirl activities

Telephone Company by the Florida Public Utilities tonight will be the naming
k Commission.It of the 1969 BHS Homecsm-
ing Queen. The honor will go
remains to be seen how and 10 other west Florida towns. to one of four BHS 1 senior! ,
much local phone bills will go Order issued by the PSC asks coeds: Miss Tanya Watts
Sup, but the Increase appearsto Florida State Telephone to file r daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. JohnL.
be about 28.8 per cent. Increases updated financial statements for Watts of Ralfori'Mtss' Karen
of about 40 per cent the first six months of 1970 Breeden daughter cf Mr. and::
Goblins were asked by the local phone with the Commission to add- ? Mrs. James Breeden. Keystone
company a subsidiary of The ional study can be made of Heights; Miss Theresa Clem,

Ghost John Denmark and Witch Stephanie Green terrorize: Continental System, Delaware the Issue. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-

each other at the Halloween Carnival Tuesday night In the Corporation.The Increase approved a- (Continued on Page Six) .r 4 -+ ward Clem cf Sta.'ke. and Miss
background others eat and play with proceeds going to the mounts to $112,000 annually in Elaine Akrldge. daughter
PTA of Southslde Elementary.CUBB local service rates, which { Mr. and Mrs. Browardi: E. Ak-
amounts to about 72 per cent Tickets ridge of Stirke.
Whirl activities! begin at 8
of the Increase asked by the
phone company In hearings In p m. at Bradford Field: Included *
and Tallahassee. ti. w are class skits, and BHS
Starke, Bonifay,
Moves Increases asked by the '..- bans: and: drill team numbers.A .
phone company would have add Slowing 1 hug bonfire will climax pie,
ed $153,717 to the firm's annual paratlorg Intended:: to scorchthe
net Income, but the PSC Bulldogs from Pei' Y.

termed that not justified at No, It's Not A Football. At 1:30: p.m. Friday: Starka
the time in a report Issued AccidentsSince will see the annual Homecom-

To 0 EO Tune Oct. 16.The but& a space ship depleting the 1969 ship and weren't through as can be seen ini Parade which ihls year has
phone company renders BItS Homecoming theme "Bradford's AUve In above. 33 entries.
telephone service In Jackson, Climax of the big weekendwill
Holmes, Washington, Walton, the crackdown on mov- 2S25. The float, one of 33 entries In the"Home- be the gridiron, battle at
CUBE Economic Agency Board of Directors pass Bradford, Clay and Escambla ing traffic violations started a- coming Parade Friday has to be finished be- 8 p.m. Friday! night when the

ed Monday night Oct. 20, numerous changes in the Counties with exchanges In bout four weeks ago there have Junior dais members' said Tuesday night fore the parade. It all amounts to a lot of BHS Tornadoes will try to UP-
corporation's by-laws. Starke, Lawtey, Kingsley Lake, been accidents only within four the city limitsof they had used about 3,000 napkins on the space napkins to be stuffed. set the undefeated Bulldogs

Changes were made in an attempt to follow Starke, according to Police from Perry.Miss .
suggestions made by an evaluating team from the Chief Ken Fuqua. Sally Moore Homseom-
Atlanta headquarters of the Office ,of Economic Miss AmericaTo Prior to the crackdown, drivers tog Queen of 1968. will return
Opportunity. were having feccitt' ..is at 2 Men On FBI List to crown the BHS coed who:
Visit FairM. the rate of five to sevena week, Lawtey will reign over BHS In 1969.
Class princesses, who makeup
.When It appeared that the Board of Directors, county the Chief said.
Court are underclassman
and the Queen's
The crackdown
passage of the revised by-laws board meetings or committee A. Baldwin Jr.. of Bald Edwards
', Miss Peggy
would be held up by a heated meetings without notice of good Chief Fuqua pointed out that a
discussion over one section, reason acceptable to the hm win Chevrolet Oldsmobile, frequently runned stop sign has Arraigned For Local B&E MIss Shsr-1: NOl'man.ani ,
announced that Miss Wilcox
drivers Jeanlne;
that Miss
been changed so
shall be automatically -
the Board agreed to acceptthe Board .
revisions with the exception dropped from the boards America of 1969.70 will appear will now have little doubt as to There will be three ca'h prize
at the opening of the which street the stop sign faces. es given during th3 homecomIng
of the much-discussed section and.-committees of this agency.No Bradford County Fair on When six drivers In a row Two Lawtey men, bound together County are wanted by Arkansas to commit grand larceny and: activIties.
which would be returnedto Individual other thana
April 1.This were issued tickets for run- with handcuffs, were for escaping from the state! grand larceny; and:! with break- Winning class float will re
further the By-Laws work.Discussion. Committee for on public a Board official more, may than serve three will he the second ning the stop sign at the Inter- arraigned before County Judge prison. there and are wanted ing and entering Eugene Star- ceive $25 donated by Trl5/
raged over that consecutive or more thana year that Mlrs America has section of Water and Madison T. A. Yawn Tuesday and ball by the FBI for interstate trans- ling's Recreation Center Jn Construction Co. Winning club
portion of section 4, ArticleV total of six years years.* vliitod the Bradford County Streets, the police department was set at $7,500 each. portation of .a. stolen motor Lawtey with intent to commit float will receive $13 donated
which said: The Executive Funds of CUBB will be Fair and Springtime Festival checked It out. James Tyler, 28, and Carlos vehicle. petite larceny iani: petite lar.cen" bv the Girl's Athletls AssociatIon -
under of Baldwin had been Norman 30, face several charges In Bradford Counly the two and the
Director shall be given the deposited In banks on a yearly sponsorship Fuqua said the sign of Bradford! High
power to hire or suspend with rotating basis among the coun- Chevrolet-Olds. placed In such a way that drl- In Bradford: county; grand men are charged wth! breaking Oil Tuesday Tyler and Norman winning skit will .receive $25
out pay the staff of the agency." larceny and three counts of and entering Priest's Gulf asked for the services of donated! ::I by the Florida Bank}(;
Some argued that the executive (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Six) breaking and entering In Clay Station In Lawtey with intentUWLIWuLrIJWLrLflW a. public defender, waived'' a at Starke.
director must have the preliminary hearing and were At halftime Friday night the
to suspend bound over to Circuit Court and the win
authority an employee four class floats
if he were to be taken / Battle for trial. ning club float will circle the
seriously by members of his Homecoming Two other men were arraigned football field to be viewed by
staff. Tuesday on charges of committing the homecoming crowd
Others said that this power felonies (conviction of Judges for the floats antI
would simply make the employ 'Which means a term in the
skits will be :Mrs JasqaelinsCllne : ;
ees fear the Executive Director. state prison.) Junior guidance counselor
BHS Could Beat Perry Hurse Olin Rollins of Jacksonvilleis at BHS: Captain John
Other revisions were accepted : charge: with extortion and Myers exscutlve, vics-presiisat
by the Board with little Jesse McCloud of Starke with! of the Bradfo-d Chamber o(''
discussion: Some of the main aggravated assault. Both requested Commerce and Bradford Caun-s

changes were: "It'll take extra effort, 'but Perry is 'as strong on the Perry has seen thj results Pa- will shift into six or seven dogs who( beat BUS 12.7 In :' preliminary hearingsand ty Judge Thsron A, Yawn'. AV f
-The Board of Directors will I think we can beat them" ground as Palatka .but. does latka had passing against BHS. man line on running downs Ferry. last year, own. wins over McCloud also asked for a fourth judge Is still to be nam-'
meet quarterly rather than says Coach David Hurl of Fri not have as good a passing!! at- "Due to ,the fact that Palatkawas however leaving only three Walton High Nlcevllle Live public defender. ed. 1

monthly. These meetings will day's homecoming tattle, witha tack. BarfieH can pass, however so successful passing men In the secondary.: Oak. Marlanna, and Quincy. (Continued Processing! In the homecoming
on Page Six)
be held In January, April July, tough hard running and. though he has been able against us, they might open Wilder the blocking fullback: Perry beat Live Oak 300. parade will! b3 City of +
and. October. undefeated Perry eleven. to stay on the ground so far up and throw. I hope they do." plays defensive! tackle and Starks police cir Bas Color
The Executive Committee, Hurse's Tornadoes will be this t
composed from of each three Board of the members four- acting the rob of spoilers, hoping could be, Hu-se ,says that fensiveball club. The Bulldogs scouting repc t. That label 1 Team Student: Council officers,
to knock the veteran! experienced also applies! to Randy Lance, cheerleaders, JV cheerleaders -
counties (five of whom will varsity
Perry out cf a three right end on offense who plays
sen'or class float ssn-
be officers of the Board) will
meet monthly and will assume way battle ,with Lake City! for middle lineascker! defensively. School Construction lor class officers! Junior class
the star Conference. lead Six Bulldogs both wayj.
many of the duties which the r go float, Junior class officers,
36 members Board previouslyheld. Perry has the best speed of There are only four Juniors on sophomore class officers Middle -
These will be any team the Tornadoes will the offensive and defensive School float freshman
held at 8 p.m.meetings on the fourth face. Halfback Roddy: Baum- +d d,+rlrt. starting line-ups as erry rides Bonding Vote On Tap class float fresm'lcl3ss officers -

Monday of the month and will garner 150-12() does tha 100- high with a veteran experienced Science: Club flat, Science
be open to the public. yard dash in 9.8. Tailback Gordon team. Club! cff'sers. :Middle!:! Sohool
--.A board member who Is Scott! 175-11, Is big and Coach HUTTO. however' says float. Siarl'h Club float. Inter-
absent from three regular or does the 100 In 10.1. Quarterback his Tornadoes will show a "new With only one item on the stitution went into effect last act Club\: float: BHS Horns Eco-
.called meetings of the CUBB Robert BarfieU, 187-12.19 'wrinkle or two; something ballot, Bradford County voters July I. nomlncs Department Middle
and does the Against will go to the polls Tuesday, If the amendment Is ratified
big fast; he also Perry hasn't seen. Drama Club: float
Schol float
Nov. 4, and decide an Issue Tuesday, revenue bonds,backedby
100 in 101. Fullback Terry Patatka. Hurse pointed out, the Club float JournalismClub
HALLOWEENCARNIVAL Wilder I Is the best blocking two BHS ends being split out vital to the future of Florida's the state's gross utilities French officer, DCT Club Heat
tax, will continue to be soldas
vocational-technical training
back BHS will have seen. wide did what wn, hoped- Middle
and they have since 1963 to :Middle': School float
centers, junior colleges,
The Bulldog: ends::' do noL split opened up the Palatka defense.:! finance building needs for universities School float Candy St-ipers
universities.The .
wld,. Right end Randy Lane, The BITS coach pointed cut that state question is whether Florida junior colleges, and float! Math Club officers, and
168-12 Is a good receiver Ian:! is BHS had: real success with its vo-tech centers. football .
And sponsors.Pecan
citizens wish to continuethe
known a* a good blocker. Left running game last week The ballot to be used Tues-
Truck Arrives education building amend
FISH SUPPER end George Smith 16512. is a Dodge against a tough defense ment, which was approved 2-1 day is the slimmest In memory AuctionSet
fair receiver. Dean Johns will gethe< nod
for General Election. In
back In 1963
in statewide voting
(Smoked and Fried) Left Ronald 175- this week'!
guard Cash at quarterback again but whose bonding authority past years there were trustee ThursdayThe
12, is the best blocking Parry:! For New Semi CourseWith Senior Mike Norman, who ,was ended when the new state con- and millage elections in the
Lawtey ElementarySchool! lineman. "He, will hit you," the BHS Bick of the Week various counties during off- first- and possibly the
states the BHS scouting report. against Palatka will again year general elections, but
auction sale! of the
Right guars\ : Jim Jarvis 164-12 boys-wlth-new-toys State Department of Education; start at fullback but may see school trustees have been a- last-pecan
is th, other half of a fine pair grins on their faces, some of and Gerald Hunter, of Commercial some action, at quarterback.BHS CUBB Funded bolished and only a few coun- season will: be held Thursday.Nov. .
Saturday Nov. 1 of blockng guards. the men associated with the Carriers Corporation.The Is again this week work- ties have set millage elections. 6. at the Starke State
Perry. is best known for itspunlshln'J Commercial Vehicle Driving six week course will Ing on its parsing game, both $100,812 Grant: The question will appear on Farmers Market.
Starting at 5 P.M. ground attack. BHS Training Course at the Vo- begin Nov. 10 and will cover offense and defense, the Tornado the ballot as follows: Market Manager Bob Allen
must! stop Scott, the Bulldog'f Tech Center Wednesday after- four general categories of headcoach states. Pass CUBB Economic Agency, Inc., "No. I: Constitutional Amend- said the yield of pecans In this
COME JOIN best runner, off-tackls on the noon stand In front of the first classroom work, field work, defense he rotes is the most the antipoverty agency for Clay, ment to Article X0, Section 9 section Is very 1'jht this year.
Isolation land must! keep the semi tractor to be receivedfor highway driving, and city difficult phase of football to Union Bradford and Baker proposing an amendment to Article and that It might be necessaryto
THE FUN! speedster/ Baumgardner. from the course. driving. teach. Counties, has been refundedfor X0, Section 9 of the Con- conduct only one sale to

:turnlnj the corner at the Tornado Richard Exler, truck sales The beginners will first climb/ Changes In personnel may 1969 70.Announcement. stitution of the State of Flo- handle the crop. If volume
This Space Contributed ends The bin/ quarterback engineer for Dodge Truck Oper- Into the cabs at Camp Bland- be made for the homecoming of the $110,812 rida, to reinstate until June 30, proves to be larger than anticipated -
Weekly to Publicize must! also be stopped on ations in Florida,gives the keysto ing where the Vo-Tech Cen depending on practicesthis antipoverty grant was made 1975, the authority to issue <:f, other sales will be announced -
Community Events by the new Dodge tractor to ter has been given space for game Wednesday by William W. Sut- revenue bonds or tax antici- later Allen sal power sweeps.: Ted Oglesby, head of the Vo- the course. week. tle, southeast regional director pation certificates under the For the November 6 auction,
"Thiy: have a lot going/ for The Tornadoes will be nfter
The CommunityState Tech Center. First to apply for the six- of the Office of Economic authority of Article XH, Sect- nuts will be weighed In from
them Coach Hur!':s says their third\ of the
Looking on, from right to week course was a 50yearold victory year. Opportunity in Atlanta ion 19 of the Constitution of 8 to 12 noon with the ale
Bank "They have a hood mixture of left, Tom Brad- They have beaten Baker Ccun- Of this $25,962 will be used
are: Casey, grandmother. Don't laugh. 1885, as amended. For ( ). starting after lunch time.
Accounts now Injured Juniors and: seniors with dome ford County superintendent; Women truck drivers are far ty and St. AUHUitlns. But they for salaries, supplies and other Against ( ).. While the yield In this area !.
sophomore Perry Is in much Tom Allen, an Instructor In from unusual. have lost! to Bishop K!'nny, Bol- needs of the CUBB staff. Under the program, adoptedin below normal dire to adverse
up to $15,000 by the name position we worn in lea Pnlntkn 'end tied! Llvs: The will be
the course; Roger Skelton instructor Mottweller told The Tele- and remaining $84,830 1963, proceeds of revenues weather conditions! Allen said
Federal Deposit fa vr. 10CC! with a goo-.I year buck of ; Forrest Mottweller, graph that one trucking com- Oak for a 2-3-1 record to daie. used for the !Neighborhood; Ser derived from the utilitiesgross prediction Is that a good
nee eo", them ,and a. sit' In..? of victories'ffoln : co-ordinator) of commercial vehicle Perry H 5.0 going Into Fl'I- vice Centers In the four counties the lathe
"." drivers training for the (Continued on Page SU) lay't game. here. The Bull- (Continued! on Page Eight. ) crop country.Is expected,

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I Of Interest To.! BPW Club Honors DuckMajorDate AnnouncedMiss Juniors To MeetThe Altar SocietyThe

h = Woman Of Year .
Junior Woman's Club regular meeting of St.

r44a/ At Dinner MeetingMiss Madron Duck and Char meet Monday Nov. 3, at 8 p.m. Edward's Alcar Society will be
WOMEN les Major will be united in In the club house The Conservation held Tuesday. Nov 4, at 8 p.m. .
marriage Saturday:! Nov. I, at department is in chargeof in St. Eiward's:! recreation hall.
r ; Lillian Stump, managerand 3 p.m. in Grace United Methodist the program.
; 1rGarden partner in Stump's Depart- ( : Church:: Lawtey. All A program will be hell follow.
J Gladys Mooty: Phone 964.7608 ment Store and 1969 Woman of friends and relatives are In-' Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns ing the ,business meeting.
the Year, was honored by the and sons visited
vlted to attend. Jekyl;
Starke BPW
Club at Its annual Sunday.
I Ritual Of Jewels dinner during National '-'--- --- .. s. o ... a .
i Business Women's Week.
Ceremony Held ;-r
r M' The dinner was held Wed-
rt By Beta Sigma Phi nesday night, Oct 22, at the [ .

Garden Restaurant, with Lil- t FALL CASH S
Members of Beta Sigma Phi lian Pearson, club president, t
sorority held: their Ritual of presiding.
Jewels ceremony and dinner at s
rLa the Garden; Restaurant on Oct.: Presentation of a plaque anda t LADIES DRESSES
t gold charm to Miss Stumpwas t
13.The made by Dorothy Milber-
ritual table was centered Club.Discusses : BLOUSES <
with an arrangement of ger, chairman of Business Wo- ; .
a ''Lhe sorority flow Plans men's Week. Miss Stump also
yellow roses kc& t
received a dozen long stemmedred N SKIRTS
black base, flanked by ,
er, in a
For State ShowThe roses from her family.
burning colored tapers.
The impressive candlelight Beverly Strunk entertained t SWEATERS
yes ceremony was, read by !Mrs. Starke Garden Club met members and their guests witha .

W H. Johns The new member Monday evening at the home piano selection. She was Introduced And Accessories ,%

t :0... I Mrs jimmy D'IalVas! of Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. with by Ruth Haddock,pro- I 'C ,
I _... presented with a long stem. Mrs. R.F.Young as co-hostess. gram chairman. I
( med yellow rose and\, a Jeweled The president, Mrs. L. L. Guests were introduced by NEW STORE HOURS
Fullwood, reported to the club Della Rosenberg and the Invocation ;
-. i i'dla if it pin.Mrs.. Charles Darby was installed on the district meeting held In was given by Bertie t EFFECTIVE NOV. 1st

as 'director of the chapter Ocala. Mrs. Young deliveredthe Olsen. C I I
and:: was presented with a Invocation and as district After dinner speaker was 9:00 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.

!gold compact. Anti-Litter chairman, spoke on Norma Thompson, 1968 Woman t
The regular meeting was litter control. of the Year, and the club's I
held at the horns of Mrs JIm- The president reported on newest member. Mrs. Thompson -
Freddie plans for the State Flower Show explained the work of the
my co-liostess to be held in Gainesville,March public health department and t
serving as
Stephens Oct. 27. 20-21, and urged all membersto also told of some of her ex- SAVE't
on Monday enter the horticulture divi periences as a public health
Evelyn Darlene Proctor Becomes Bride the group met
As a program sion. The club voted to parti- nurse.
Of Glenn E. Harrell In AtlantaMiss at Keystone Ceramics and en- cipate as a patron.
the talk ant demonstration Mrs. Pearson announced that "
Joyed member of the
Mrs. Young, a : UP TO
Evelyn Darlene Proctor of vvaveriy lenn., sisters of given by :'Mr. and Mrs. W. National Orchid Society; and an the club's rummage sale will + :
da ighter of Mr. and Mrs.E. the bride, were bridesmaids. A Bessette. accredited Orchid Show judge. be held' Nov. 8 in the store
E. Proctor of McEwen, Debbie Proctor, niece of the The group returned to Mrs. presented a program on Orchidsand beneath the Half Moon Hotelon
Tenn., became the bride of bride, was the flower girl. Dyal's home for a business on the highlights of her recent Call Street
Glenn C. Harrell, son of Mr. John A. Reddish of Starke meeting, followed Iby refreshments orchid gathering tour in 50% '
and Mrs. L. C. Harrell of was best man, and groomsmenwere served by the hostess. Nicaragua. There are 24 to 30 OJ.S Notice I ( \ Home Owned and' t

Starke. on September 27 at Doyle; Proctor and Thomas thousand species of wild orchids ,\, .
the As'i Street Baptist Church, Proctor, brothers of the including three that are \ 't Operated by
Official visit of Starke Chapter \ J
Atlanta Ga. Rev. Charlie W.Thompson bride. Ricky Vaughn of Waverly Girl Scout Troop native to North Florida. Mrs. 3 t Sandra
224, OES, Monday, Nov. and
officiated. Tenn., was ring bearer.A Lundy Prater, also a memberof 8 Banquetpreceding meet- AND MORE f
Jam. 4 E. Stinson of Dick- reception was held in the Holds InvestitureAnd the National Orchid Society p.m. -1 LI Reddish

son, enn., gave his sister- fellowship hall of the Ash Baptist RedidicationGirl ; assisted Mrs. Young In dis- ing. r .
in-law in marriage and Dinah Church. After a wedding playing some of the varieties, -
Lucas of McEwen was maidof trip to New Orleans, La., Mr. from plants that grown wild
hon >r. Marilyn Henry, Atlanta and Mrs. Harrell will residein Scout Troop 605 held a on fence posts to the large PEOPLE BELIEVE IN MAYTAG. tf l IEVE IN MAYTAG .
Ga. and Wanda Vaughn, Atlanta. special Investiture and Reded- exotic plants from the green-
ication Ceremony in the First house.
United Methodist FellowshipHall To interest members In orchid L
on Monday Oct. 27. growing, Mrs. Young pre-
East Coast Deanery Paul Meng Home The following girls, who were sented each member and visitor rA L

Scene Of Shower Brownies last year, joined at with an Epedendrum Radl-
Meeting HeldIn this time: Lisa Morris Donna cuns orchid from Nicaragua.

Jacksonville For Miss DuckMiss Smith. Diane Crews, Neva
Flynn, Linda Richardson, and :
Suzanne Sawyer. The follow- Christmas PackagesFor :
The annual Fall meeting of Madron Duck, bride-
the Est' Coast Deanery of the elect of Nov; 1, was honoredat ing members new girls of Troop were 605 also; Taml-made Vietnam END OF MONTH SALE

Diocesan Council of Catholic a linen shower Monday eve- la Brown, Marilyn Chandler,
Wome"was held in Jacksonville ning, Oct 20, given by Mrs. Roxanne Chesser, Renee Hamilton The Junior Woman's Club
Paul and under Public Affairs and
hursday Oct 23. I. Meng daughter, Vickie Holmes, Karen the
Mass was celebrated at 9:30: Phyllis, at their home on Hampton Howe, Briar Patray, Frances International Affairs Depart
a.m. i St. Matthews' Church. Lake. and ments, will send Christmas
Lillian Perry
This "VI as followed by a lunch- A pink and white color schemewas Perry Paula Tanner. packages' to Bradford County THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAYs

con and a.meeting at the New carried out in the party Lynne Pierce, Joyce Fara- men stationed in Vletnom. 'J ., ,II _
Ramoc1 Inn. Monsignor Har- decorations. The refreshmenttable bee, Eollne Green and Cln- Anyone with a service man a. .W .. -
former was covered with a linen in the filer stationed ft "f .rf', JU \
old F. Jordan:: pastor: day Tetstone were elected Patrol family or a :
of St. Edward's Church In cloth and centered with an arrangement Leaders. Diane Crews will in Vietnam, please call t
Starke was the principal of pink and white serve as Troop Treasurer with Mrs. Barbara Reddish: 964-6565 You: "Ian On liu> lug A Mnvhor. Or Ivy-trio InTh.. \">.\l 12 Non b"

speaker. flowers flanked by pink candles Denise Hersey serving as Troop after 5 p.m. before Nov. 5. L You Owe It To Yourself o Bay. DarfngThis Sal!:
Meng presided at
Mrs. Mary Gissy, president::! Scribe.In .
of the Deanery, presided at the Among punch the bowl.guests were former addition to the girls listed i BUY THE BEST-BUY MAYTAG I

the eeting attended by approximately classmates of the honoree above, Susan Kitchens. Alicia Juniors To Sell 1
185 comprising Jackson, Veronica Cummings,
the membership of the and the honoree's mother,Mrs.T. and Jennifer Padgett will con- Cookies, Candy MAYTAG AUTOMATICS
V. Duck, and grandmother,
variou- affiliations Included In Mrs. Vera Brook Ings of Col- tinue as Scouts for another
the Est: Coast Deanery Oth year In Troop 605. Leadersof Members of the Junior Wo-
ersttendlr.J: from Starke Mrs. Meng greeted guestsat this troop are Mrs. George man's Club will sell Cherrydala GREAT NEW WARRANTY 5-2-5 .:"!:. ",-' ....J 7 13,1:l 1 1S
Pierce and Mrs. DeWitt Fara- Farms cookies and candies to .- -- ..:..:._
were M1'Suy:: Humphries the door and presented Miss year cobfnet warranty' against rust. 2 years.on com-
Mrs Gladys! Weldon Mrs. Dolores Duck and her mother with bee.Refreshments raise money for their many pUt washer, 5 years on transmission assembly. /.
M.-nsr. Mrs Ann Stefanelli. were served worth while projects Anyone -_ _
corsages. 1 YEAR FREE SERVICE '- : :. .r
Mrs. lucllle Moore Mrs Mabel The hostesses presented the for this special event and parents wishing any of these candles -'
Invited.Duplicate -
Bates and Mrs Gerry Ro: igue. honoree with a blanket as a were or cookies may contact a memo -, Zinc Sfeel :"
ber of the club or call Mrs.
memento" of the occasion. MAYTAG DEPENDABILITY CabinetBiggest
Wallace Wise, 804-5468. '
Bridge MOVES TO THE KITCHEN ,' Capacity

Winners Named Water level Control |
Bridal Shower MAYTAG PORTABLE : Cold Water

Ir' Mrs J, W. Ritch and Mrs For Miss DuckThe FOOD WASTE MAYTAG 1 Wash and Rinse
Harry Mooty were east-west DISPOSERS DISHWASHER I'..!. Lint Filter Cycle
winners at the Starke Duplicate
Bridge Club Tuesday night home .of Mrs. H. C. r- Grind all types of Giant CapacityEasy 1' !. Positive SandRemoval
Wainwright, of Lawtey, was the load waste horn the\ loading No :
with a score of 49'/4. Mrs. Lex .'
setting for a miscellaneous I toughest bone, to she PreRnsSp.nd., _
Green and Mrs. G. J. McGriff shower honoring Miss Madron stringiest fiber, only minutes doing Choice, of f ColorsMAYTAG'SNEW I
Sr. were second with 42. Duck '
bride-elect, Thursday dishes Built-in 'a :,. .
North-south !winners wera night of last week. Hostesseswere
Mrs. H. T, Dent and Mrs. Wil-
t Mrs. H. E. Priest, Mrs. Available
{ liam H. Davie of KeystoneHeights D. A. Jones, !Mrs. Joe Sher-
1T r,tJ with a score of 441.6. rill, !Mrs John Tye, Mrs. -
Mike Wager and Jeff Wrew- George Roberts .
, >< Mrs. R. E.
: shall of the State Farm were Lee, and Mrs. T. L, Wain-
second with 44. wright.
Ritch and Mooty were over Prizes
were awarded to the ..
all winners where five tables winners of two games played PORTA-DRYER
0I werein play. during the evening. AT. _
The weekly tournaments are Refreshments were served [THE ANYWHERE DRYER

I open to the public and lesson. bv the hostesses to"40 l guests.: -- WITH EXCLUSIVE HAlOOFHEAT = :J
review starts at 7 p.m. each [ NEEDS NO = -

Tuesday in the Pratt Street SPECIAL WIRING, NEEDS ;
Recreation Center. The first Halloween Theme I NO VENT, STORES $ PECIAL1I

round of duplicate play start ANYWHERE IDEAL
Used At Party ,
at 7:45: p.m.UDC '

For Beth FrancisLittle MOBILE FQft APARTMENTS HOMES. AND ... 1--

Miss Beth Francis y:

celebrated her fourth birthday COLOR' MAY1AG

T. Weeks chapter, UDC anniversary Saturday afternoon HAlO-Or.HIAI .
will meet Wednesday Nov. 5, when her parents Mr.and Mrs. NO EXTRA This is no ordinary dryer its '

at 3:30: p.m. at the home of Charles Francis, gave a party ON ANYAPPLIANCE a Genuine MAYTAG with fea- ;[ DRYERS
Mrs. Lester Crews!:! with Mrs. for her and 15 little friends. I
Mary Lappe, Mrs. Bertha The party; was held In the tune like these. ;;. [surrou'ndSedot 1 a.t

Pearce and Mrs. Milton carport which was decoratedIn 1\ "
J Choice ofColors II.tJt. /.
Wheeler as co-hostesses. the Halloween theme. The .r Multi-cycles
refreshment table was covered '
with an orange Halloween cloth Q4; Maori 0110C towlentleheat Big fort trapOperates "'f.-?.. .',!.' ". .. I.
Pries I load in 26-35
and held a pumpkin at each |t rl on litticr11522Dvttts
Sonny Jurgensen end. In the center of the t plndznre minutes

Washington Redskins Quarterback,says: table was a birthday cake decorated Zinc Steel permaeentPr
with cats witches, and : Cabinet Damp Dry ass Cycle
"Why throwaway a sure thing? goblins. Settiiij MOOlton oNO
The youngsters received favors -

Don't speculate.Put the money you can't afford to of Trick or Treat bags ,
take chances with In a savings account... Bradford County Hospital announces filled with Halloween candy.Beth's PAYMENTS UNTIL NO MONEY
the following births: grandmother, Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs.James V. Brock, Charles Hardy, assisted with DOWN
-t Raiford, a son, Garlon Trevor Party.; I

d Mrs. Richard Mack COUNTY TELEKAPI1

\ Starke a daughter Publlt'.i'-d:
y Oct, 26. cvc.'y Thursday
at lfa: W. Call Street
Starke, Florida! 320\ l :
Mr. and Mrs. DewayneMcHae Second class postage paidat : Winkler
>l la\ls\{ : 01 Jacksonville announce the Starke, Florida

birth of a son, Robert
395 WEST MADISON STREET Subscription/ Rates:
Oct, 21 In Baptist : INC.
STARKf, flO 'IOA 37091 lal 1 Hospital.] r In tmdc. area: $3 CO per
Grandparents Ave. Phone 964.7596
and are year! : $;J.7"i six months.Outlcll 231'Tforth Temple
"Time and Temperature 24 Mrs Kobert MMcnae
Hours A
and Mr. and Mrs. : trade! area: $350
gins_ George Hug- per )year; $3.00 six j months
OVUVIM Nl s OX-I <> i'. Nl 3A3I138 3TdO3d ovV
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and visiting Mr.family and Mr.of Mrs.and Live Mrs.Joe Oak Jordan were visiting Mrs. Marguerite Mr. and Mrs.Poston A.was H. town Among attending those the from funeral out-of-of I it
H. A. that makes I If
Lawson on Sunday. Howard in Palatka over drove the to Charles Darby last Thursdaywere .
weekend. They all Mr. and Mrs. Robert No- t
St. Augustine on Saturday to bles of Norfold. Va.. Mike Dar- 4i't1k ,
Mrs. Willie Mae Judd has visit Mrs. B. L. Ridge of by of Wichita Kan.. Mr. and _
returned after 18 days' vaca- Springfield Tenn. Mrs. John Kopelousos of Birmingham 9ft
tion spent with friends and relatives Mrs. H. C. Beall and son Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Ie
In Sneads Panama City of Macon, Ga. were visitingher Albert I. Spencer of Winter .ftft.
and Warm Springs Ga. She parents Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Haven Mr. and Mrs. Carl
also visited relatives In Win- Gentry last week. Chambliss of Jacksonville ftft
ter Haven, Clewiston and her Miss Elise Jones and Mrs.J. ftft
son, D. W. Judd and family. Save 33-1/3 on Hallmark M. Darby of Gainesville
r,_ ftft
Mrs. Millie Simmons accom- Christmas Cards purchased before Arthur Darby Jones of Tampa + s j
panied her on the trip to South Nov. 1.&. Bulllng-tons. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mar- ftft
Florida. tin of Deland Mrs. Roy Ward ftft '
Mrs. N. L. Woodburn visited and Darby Peek of Lake City .
Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. and Mrs. Horace Wilson of ftft
gomery and family visited Rev. and Mrs. Keith Reeves Chlefland. fti .
and Mrs. E. F. Montgomery and children in Winter Park ftft
Mrs. Barney McKae was
the weekend. s
In Lake over
City on Sunday.
An- visiting Mr. and Mrs.Harley
Ervin Andrews and ftB
Mr. and Keaton
Mrs. M. B. ,
at Merritt Island from Saturdayto
and Mrs. Essie Bommershineof drews were pheasant huntingin .
South Dakota last week. Monday while Philip Harley ftft
Waycross Ga. spent the .
underwent minor
weekend with Frank Williamsand B. T. Thomas underwent surgery surgery
last Friday in AlachuaGeneral Monday.Mr. .
Mrs. Mack Williams at
Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McMurray -
Crystal Lake. .
and Mrs. Aaron Kandelof have returned from two EASV GOING Cotton In r
Richard Wainwright, a recent Miami were visiting their weeks vacation in Ohio with ribbed double-knit Interpretsthe ftft .
son-in-law and daughter Dr. relatives and friends. lean look favored by the
left last .
graduate of FSU and Mrs. Harry Gruen, over Mrs. Mary L. Scoggins has young generation. A single
Thursday for Fort Bragg N.C. returned to her home in Columbus patch pocket placed low and a .
the weekend.
for eight weeks basic training Ga. after two weeks contrasting paisley scarf com- 4
in the Army Reserve.Mr. Barks- plete the look by Sunny Lee. ---- ------------- -- -- ---- :
Mr. and Mrs. Robert visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. ------
and Mrs. Mark Hamil- dale and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Scoggins.Mr. 4

ton and and Mrs.visiting daughter Sherrod their of Hamilton parents.Gainesvillewere Mr.and State Colson Thursday Park spent near at Florida Wednesday Marianna.Caverns and and Mrs. C. Davis and : i 4i:E L SHIFT TO EXCITEMENT! :

Ed- .
daughter Donna and Earl
Mrs. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelousos ,
weekend.Mr. wards were Sunday dinner '''-'' v
during the and daughters of Birmingham guests of Mrs. Vergie Flynn. I COME SEE
Ala. spent Wednesday to Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde Mrs. "" "
and Mrs. W. W. Hood Sunday with their parents Mr. W. E. Mlddleton. Miss Madge Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dukes ." ,,; ,' "" .-"O, :A .
are attending the Florida For- and Mrs. Geroge Kopelousosand Middleton and Mrs. E. L. Matthews announce the birth of a daughter. I. -- .
estry Association meeting in Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain- attended the funeral of Steohante Ellen born Oct. I. : W., .I .
Tallahassee from Wednesdayto Wright. Murrah Rooks In Alachua Wed- 29 in the Alachua General Hos- ; y
Friday. They will remainIn Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany nesday of last week. pital. Grandparents are Col. .
Tallahassee over the week- Ga. and Mrs. J. W. Jack- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth and Mrs. V. J. Spengler and .
end with friends. son of Baconton, Ga. are Tues- flew to Fayetteville N. C. over Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes. <<'

ford Local County admittances Hospital this to Brad-week and day and Mrs.Mrs.to Friday T.T.H.T.Slade.guests Long and of Col.Mr. the Pfc.weekend Barry Firth to visit, who their is training son undergoing -, :: 1970] Road Runner @z.-j t/JJ) i ':

Include: Mrs. Elmlney Smith, special forces -- .,
Margaret Davis. Mrs. Mavis at Fort Bragg_ ,
Goodge Mrs. Susan Wallace Miss Joyce Allen of Starke : Vitamin C Color with Performance :l. :
Mrs. Lena Anderson Mrs. DIane and Lex Johns of Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Ud White of
Snyder Mrs. Blanche Williams visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pompano Beach were visitorsof Mrs. Betty Register Mr. and Hood Paint ... Floor Mounted V\fM,+1A ... _A ? .
George F. Prevatt,Mrs. Hodges in Gainesville Saturday Mrs. W. S. Slade on Thurs- Mrs. Larry Crawford and Mrs.C. Shift 38J Cu. In. V-8 ... 4 h ''f T"'lip?' 'n. ..;: .
Wade In
Mora Klondes Mrs. Sarah night day of last week. T. were Valdosta. 2. ..
Reynolds and John E. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Tully Normanof Murray McRae of FSU and Ga. on Sunday visiting Mrs. BBL. Carburetor -.- Radio and .... \ ,-..,.. ...., .,... r."'" ..1White .
Starke Mrs. Chile C. Harris Mr. and Mrs. M. M. McRae Wade's sister Mrs. L.E.Sterling :'i ,
'. ::; \ii
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Starke and Mr. and Mrs.B. ; "II'\ ': '_ ; = ,
W.RumellnValricoovertheweek. her 80th Sidewall Tires. -- ii
Ralford; Chrystal Black. Mel- visited Mr. and Mrs. A. on birthday. rose; James M. Schwartzwalder J. Eggers of Jacksonville '-. ..
and Mrs. Mary Radlmer spent the weekend in the Smoky Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Town- t
Keystone Heights; and LouieL. Mountains.Mr. end.Mr.. and Mrs.Lewis Newcombof send of Atlanta Mrs. Les Low- "Y"futlH\\.
Paulk : $3,094.00YOU
and Mrs.
Johns Jr., Brooker. Orlando were weekend visi- ber of Monroe Wash.,and Mrs. :
Paul Under-
and Mr.- and Mrs.
tors of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Bill Collins of Jenklnsburg Ga.

Save 33-1/3 on Hallmark: hill were fishing in the Gulf Newcomb.Mr. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. e------------ __ __ __ ___ __ ___
at Suwannee last week. ___...
Christmas Cards purchased be. and Mrs. V. M. Nuttallof A. L. Crosby Jr. from Thurs-
fore Nov. 1st. BulUnl'lons.I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reynoldsof Provo Utah and Mrs. Ida day to Tuesday of last week. s
Miami were Wednesday and Latham of Salt Lake City; are The Townsends parents of Mrs. .
Officers attending the Flo- Thursday visitors of Mr. and spending six weeks with their Crosby have purchased the Tim .
Mrs. Tully Norman. sister Mrs. T. D. Dyal. Warren home at 1028 Palm e
I rida State Division of Cor-
Mrs. H. M. Flcharde and Lt.
Street and will here in
rections Academy held their Rlcharde and move
and Mrs. Henry
graduation exercises Oct. 17 daughter spent Saturday with Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss two weeks. The Warrens are : WON'TFIND i
moving to Jacksonville
at Raiford. Diplomas were pre- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck in Mamie Anderson of Archer
sented bv Louis L. Wainwright. Palatka. were visiting their sister Mrs. Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton; 'Miss
The Florida State Prison Department Miss Annie E. M. Davis over the weekend.
Darby spent sev- Madge Middleton and Mrs.E. L. :
of Music gave a con eral days last week with Mrs. Gordon Sullins of Hickory Matthews attended the Middleton A :
cert. Ben F. Allen m, of Thelma Mendoza and Miss Gloria Ridge Ark. and Bobby Rice family reunion in Pompano
Starke, Correctional Officer at Johns In Jacksonville while of memphis Tenn. spent Monday Park on Sunday.' ".
Lake Butler Medical and Re- Mrs. Carrie Bitch was visitingDr. and Tuesday with Mr. Sul- : BETTER DEALANYWHERE :
ception Center was among the and Mrs. T. G. Bitch and lins son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Kate Sheppard will return .. =
officers completing the course family in Orange Park. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs. this weekend after two
and receiving a diploma._ Mr. Sullins and Mr. Rice were weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs.
enroute to Brooksvllle for the M. F. Sheppard in Brunswick : M
Mrs. George Huggins is visIting Larry Nazworth three month winter. Ga., where Mr.Sheppard under- :
her son-in-law and daughter old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cary Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stonerof went surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Nazworth Is In the University; Ocala were visiting Mr. and 1970 Chrysler
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph DIggs Newport
McRae sonville and this baby week.son in Jack- Medical treatment.Center for observationand weekend.Mrs. George W. Brownoverthe visited daughter their Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. Bob and : THE GREAT NEW :

el Farrior in Brooksvllle on Sunday : 4 Door Sedan.. 383 V-8 --- 2 BBL. :
; Carburetor Air ...
for Mrs. Randal F. Chltty Mr. .
Something. O-----l andMrs.. Chester Hadsock of
Lakeland Ga. and Mr.and Mrs. : Power Steering and Brakes .-- Tint :
Ralph Chitty of Valdosta. Ga.

J Mrs.honored M.their Frank: parents Chitty on Mr.their and : ed Glass and Many Other Extras. :

50th wedding anniversary witha
Q3@e@ reception Sunday afternoon at e I.
: : their Lakeland Ga. home. 300 .
guests were invited to call between ---- -------- -- -- -- --- -- -- ---- --_
i9 the hours of 3 to 5 p.m. .
Attending from Starke were e

t eJfV( tJ t tt Mr.11 Mrs.Sr.and Chitty Mrs.and Edmond children D. Ten-and : 1969 Fury III Demonstrator WE'RE MAKING' :

t t FHA Elects Less than 14,000 Miles ... Loaded .

New OfficersOfficers : with Extra Equipment Including D : I
That's what out Kradford-Unicn Area Vocational Technical Center O@

is offering the public with some 700 day and night students enrolled were elected!! : when Factory Air Conditioning ... Test Dj .
in 14 job-training courses.! Hut facilities are alreay overcrowded. the Starke chapter of the '
I Expansicn,; is needed and the future depends on YOUR VOTE"FOR" t Future Homemakers: of America Drive this Beauty and jI
the Education Building Amendment in next Tuesday's Special held their first meeting of
the school year on Oct 6. : PLYMOUTH :
Elscted: were: Rebecca Mc-
I Millian, presldsnt; Beverly ..
JJy voting "Yes" next Tuesday you will NOT be voting for additional Strunk, vice president! ; Sandra Sa e
taxes. You will only be voting to continue the Educational Building Tomlinson secretary; Debbie I DEALS NOW. :
t Amendment which was approved by the voters of Florida in 1963 t SpenRler, treasurer: and Joan sse
Griffis, reporter: :
and for which tax monies have already been earmarked. of the officers -- .
Formal Installation:
will be held at. the next SayQSalesmen .

-t The Amendment is also vital to the future of Santa t FHA meeting on No. 3. .

Fe Junior College and other Junior Colleges in the HELPFUL HINTS For removing :-- = : Lw; :--- :

I area, as well as all State Universities and Colleges. i iI white mark on hardwood -- Eston Jordan Ermie Jones Jim
floors apply a little brown .

hoe buff. It paste works.polish. Let CUT dry UP and Walter Alvarez .
I II *
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pieces of old nylon hose and --- -- ----- --
: CONTINUE THE EDUCATION BUILDING AMENDMENT : use in the place of cotton to '

I old remove razor box finger and blades put nail in in polish.an you old sew-aspirin Put- I: SAVE We Have A Few 69's Left SAVE :I

ing basket to use when sewing.
t VOTE "YES" NOV. 4 t tt tt


the ST. EDWARD'S SUrkei.
t Sunder Mass, 8 a.m. aDd

word about 1:15 Monday a.m.. Mans, 8:30 a.m.

i Wednesday: Mils, 7 p.m. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH I
Saturday Mass and Novena -
importance of a "Yes" Vote 7 p.m.

I. next Tuesday to every man, ST. WILLIAM'S, K'lton RU .
woman and child in Bradford Sunday Mans, 9 a.m.
Wednesday Novena, 7 p.m. AUTHORIZED DEALER :i CHRYSLER
ST. MARY'S. Macclennyi: U S. 301 Phone 964.6600
.' Sunday. M.... 11:10: a jo. ; North .
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; i; : r 35 Pesticides

IAWTEYBy i .|or your own sake
"' v 9 and community pngreM
::: ElIZa Blanchard :; By New Law.As .

STORK SHOWER many as 35 pesticides may
Miss Prlscllla Tanner of the come under Statecontrolleduse
Mrs. Phillip Tyrec, former
a University of South Florida w. 1I and sale when new Florida
teacher in the Lawtey school 1 war +ei nI law
spent .the weekend:!) with her becomes effective next January -
was honored with a stork family. 1. Some of the more significant -
Shower last Friday,:! night, given Miss Elizabeth Terry spent lit ones that may be banned W&D TRACTOR SALESBox
by Mrs. Earl Mrs.J. .
the latter part of the week ? rll111 are the highly toxic parathion
C. Knight. Mrs. H. H. Ham ;
with Mrs. C. E. Strickland In I I 'b and phosdrin, as well as the
ilton and Mrs. George Estes Gainesville. 511 4s more persistent ones such as 75 LaCrosse. Fin. Ph. Alachua 462-2628
at the home of the latter. t j DDT and Endrin.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward: !Mitchell OLIVER TRACTORS
Prizes were awarded to the
winners of .several games': and Beach and Ktpp of Boynton( I, I I I 1k' An open hearing is scheduledIn 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
were Wednesday: overnight _, Gainesville
on November 14
contests played during the
guests of her brother Implements Sidewinder Mowers, Holland
so representatives of the
evening. The hostesses presented pes-
1 the honoree with a play pena and slster-In-Iaw, Rev. and '>"' ':':'" ticide Industry and conserva- Transplanters.' Cole Planters. John
Mrs. Don( Denton .t
and children. tionists
a memento of the occasion.! can publicly discuss
Blue Ezee Flow and
Bill Olhers.'
Wainwright of Atlanta the. need for controls !
Small j over the
cakes: !! Iced in yellow and
spent Saturday and Sunday various
green ari:! decorated!: with tiny :with Mrs. T. L. Walnwrght. products. TRACTOR REPAIRS on ALL :\1.liER1OI1F.I: $

storks were served .with punchto Denny Grlffls of Palatka wasa : : Down on the W-D FarmSri.. Many conservationists have

18 guests.BIRTHDAY weekend visitor: of his cousin agitated for a complete ban on

CELEBRATIONSMrs. Lynn Boch. Pumpkins, bales of hay, several old top of the outhouse states. chlorinated hydrocarbons,
Frank: Cruce honored threatto.
was which they say pose a
recently at a birthday din- Lisa and Denise Durban corn planters, and stalks of sugar cane all living things. One of CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL
the They've
pent weekend with their brought the old homesteadto
ner given by her family. Those at Winn-Dixie is designed to make the hydrocarbons, DDT, has
participating were Mr. and Boyett.cousins Cheryl and Angela shoppers think they are getting merchandise town at Winn-Dixie, even down to already been banned in some

Mrs. L. Linzy ,and sons and straight from the field. the outhouse, for W-D's annual Harvest states.
Miss Gertie File Cruce, of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boyett Sale with prices good through Robert L. KitchensTile
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Carlton -, and Mrs. Ed Durban visited: "Another convenience from the good next Thursday. A similiar sale on fall Farmers and pesticide manu-
their aunt and folks at Winn-Dixie the sign at the facturers the outrightban
and sons, of Heilbronn. uncle. Mr. ant:: oppose

Mr.Starke and, Mr.Mrs.and Eugene:! Mrs.Pipkin Emory of Mrs.Springs Ira Rivers and their In Green aunt Cove and ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,-:-::-,:-,:,.:,.:..:-::-;:,;:;:;:-:-::-:::.::.::-:.::.:::.::.:.,:.,-.:.,.:..:..:values.n.-------:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,.:.:..is.,..,'..,...:.going................'............;...;...,;on..,;..;_..;,.._;.';next-u.u..;.;.;.:.:.;.:.door:.:..:..:..:..:..;...:at.:..:..:..:Carp's.Burgess ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:.;: test of results hydrocarbons are not, saying extensive that Contractor

Duncan and family. Mr. and :uncle Mr and Mrs. Tom Go- P.S. -- Orphie is asleep under enough to justify such actions.

Mrs. V. L. Starling Mr. and pagan in Bostwick, last Thurs- my chair. Whoopee! DDT, they argue makes a pos-

Mrs. Eddie! Cruce, and Mr. and itive contribution( to many Infighting 1020 E CALL ST. 961.6923
day.Friday God bless ,
All love. you such diseases
fL my as malaria -
visitors of
Mrs. Jody Starling.A Mr. and STARKE, FLORIDA
and other bug-borne ail-
family dinner was given Mrs. Pierce Crews were his LURA ments.
In honor of Mrs. Thomas L. brother-in-law and: sister Mr.

Barnes on her birthday: anniversary and Mrs. W. H. Richardson of

at the home of her Orange Park. Bvbi Mohr
Parents. Mr. and': Mrs. Lee R. Mr. and Mrs: James Hall a

Oren with othe- members of and children of Maxville were STARKE PLAZA HARVEST SALE

the family taking part. The weekend/ visitors of her parents I did not know what was wrong,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wherein we welcome in the
three-tiered birthday cake, baked Clark. but somehow my son guessedIt
and decorated!! by her r'ster.:' Autumn, the goldenrod Is In might be bad. How very REMEMBER FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE CARP'S IS OPEN SUNDAY

Mrs. Floyd Futch, was enjoyedfor Mr and Mrs. D. J. Putney full bloom; apples are ripe wonderful to have such a wonderful 1 TO 6 P.M. SHOP CARP'S
and In the orchards STARKE PLAZA
falling ; SHOPPING
dessert.! family visited: her mother son and a perfect daugh
CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe Mrs. Mamie Futch, Sunday.:! birds fly in flocks ter-in-law, grandchildren, and

Sub-District MYF meet- Saturday visitors of Mr. and my beautiful great-grandchil .
Ing was held at Grace! Methodist !Mrs. J H. Eunice were her There is no way to keep the dren. They all bring me such OCTOBER -L

Church last week with representatives (brother and sister-in-law Mr. summer, joy that I feel these are real
Now here
from Starke and Mrs Tommy Godwin and shortening days are ly the happiest most carefree i
istarke Parish children of Waiting winds are moving days of my life. I give the cre
Lake! Butler Gainesville
Columbia Circuit and Wesley!! Mrs. Marian Marrs of Jacksonville Through leaves that soon will dlt, a lot of It to my son's I.

Memorial of Lake City. Lamar visited her flsters, whirl wonderful wife. She takes care of
Prelst, president of the Lawtey Mrs. Hester Hicks, and broth- Into the arms of winter. of my checks bills, and had DEPARTMENT STORES. FESTIVAL I VALUESLAST
Let the walls of fall house repairs. Yes God
group, conducted!! the program er-in-law and sister. M. and summer my
Before the strength of storm bless her. Her name Is Rachel.
which included speeches:: by Mrs. O. J. Anders, Tuesday:! of ;
four students from the UniverSity last week. The wealth of harvest holds She and granddaughter took me
Secrets of another spring. to Indianapolis last Tuesdayto
of Florida "Crusade for Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
the Veterans Hospital fora
Christ.. Knight on Saturday were Mrs.
Marjorie Bertram Smith physical check-up. Lungs,
The WSCS met Tuesday. Oct. Knight's brother, Charles, of for diabetes
X-ray ,
21, with Mrs. Atlanta Ga .and 3-DAYS !
H. C. Wainwright. mother Mrs.C. I In
These are such beautiful Au- heart check and such. am
Mrs. Vernon Olin the M. Moneyham of
brought Jackson.
ville. tumn days, that my heart rejoices good condition, just my blood -
devotional and presented the with song and prayersof pressure came up because of

program, closing with sentence Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bary thanks. Whoopee! I go to the excitement of starting before SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE

prayers. Refreshments were: and family of Jacksonville were bed not later than 9 o'clock, daylight and driving -
served during the socIal' hour. vlsltir. her parents, Mr. and so I wake up when it is dark. through heavy traffic

SERVICE SCHEDULES Mrs. J H. Eunice, and her I got up at 5:30 this morning. I am trying now to be quiet,
Grace United Methodist: Sun- grandmother Mrs. Selma! Ha! I am always so hungry and not work hard just be

day School 9:45: ; Worship, 11 Eunice, on Saturday.Mrs. when I wake up, so I drink happy. I cook myself good LADIES
a.m. and: 7:30: ( p.m. MYF, 6 Evelyn! Nettles of Or- cold water, at least three glas- things to eat and have a good DRESSES

p.m. Choir practice Wednesday lando was, a weekend guest of ses and take my vitamin pill Sunday dinner after church.
7 p.m. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed I dress so leisurely, wash and Last Sunday was fun. I walkedto
First Baptist: Sunday School May and family. put on deodorant and perfume. church, wearing my pretty;
9:45. Worship, It'a.m.' and 7:30: Mrs. Then I go into my kitchen and white coat which Is full length.
Norman Is spending
p.m. Training union, 6:30.: Midi- this week .with her sister, turn on the light, and put on 1 picked up the bulletins for -
week service 7:30: p.m. Wed my apron crying out to the morning service at the parson- ,&
Mrs. Evelyn Nettles In Orlando

nesday. pictures on the wall, "Hello age. I go early so I can do v a1a
Church of God: Sunday Don; hello Wes, hello( Mayor that. I also taught a class In M d .,'
Rex: Valentine of BowlinII'Green. .a a e 0
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School 10 a.m. Worship 11 Lugar And I say more Sunday school. came hometo tJ ,
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday Ky., who Is attending names for I have quite a col- my ham and sweet potato r '
7:30.Highland: Lake City Jr. College, came lection of pictures on the wall. dinner. Hal! I also had cole iA
Baptist! : Sunday home with Reggy Norman for It is such fun to imagine I slaw and fresh squash pie. After 'rU Sell for

School. 9:45.: Worship, 11 a.m. the weekend. have so many people with me. dinner I read the paper, ( r
I then cook myself bacon take a nap and then write
and 7:30: p.m Choir Practice. egg
6:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mr. and !Mrs. Kenneth Ter fix 2 slices of toast and a letters. Sometimes take Or- .1 'ye.c .. $899

7:30.PERSONALS: rell and son of Gainesville were cup of instant coffee. Most phie for a walk if he gets
weekend. guests of Mrs. Joe mornings my heart is glad as restless. That Is my pup, that ,
Dorko. I am preparing for the win- shines and Is so full of life, t 4.'. to 51399MISSES
Mrs. O. L. Sapp and son, ter. My house grandson Fred .. ,
While Re Rudolph, visited Mrs. Henry friend Don Demorla were!! huntIng roof and then Sunday my dear I have fed him good and cared
Bennett In a Jacksonville nurs. Osceola!! National Frest, Grandson Fred came with his for him so he Is a beautiful
Ing home during the ''Week. two little girls and fixed a dog. I love my dog and he Is 4 a r
Reggie killed diamond-back! : r'
\ a
She Is at the Cheshire Retire- rattler that measured five feet, new rubber bulb in the flush- lots of company.We r aP a
ment Home, 2165 River Blvd., box of my bathroom. It had have a wild flower here
one Inch and had l ten rattles
and seems to be getting along 'and a button been leaking and running water that grows along( the roadside, JR. PETITES
'Well. for about five years. Ha! and Is the goldenrod. it is ,
not a pest, but the bees make
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- - good honey from the yellow JUNIORS !/2 SIZES

.\ blossoms. My father had bees
GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir when I was a child and we

had such good honey in the aa % Up to the minute new Fall styles including all
Autumn. Every state has Its 1 1'urfw "
things to love. In Florida I the new Fashion Looks! 1 and 2-piece models

/ Condittoning-lleating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES loved the many wild flowers and i- ; ,
Equipment vines the moss on the great in linens, jerseys double knits and more in

Air Conditioning tall water oaks, the palmet- "':
MUSTANG toes everywhere near my Clay ". ,7- latest Fall and Holiday colors. Hurry for best
Heating By Santa Fe Tractor
Mobile Home Inc.Gainesville's Hill school. I loved the pine aa ? ,
GeneralElectric .
A' ?r selection!
FORD trees and the sandy road I

Russ's Sheet Metal. Inc. Farm Tractors It< Implements walked to school.Then my beautiful
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Discount Mobile children who have grownup i
Home Sales Lot.
Tel. 378-8282 SALES PART SERVICE to be such wonderfulup
if''" NEW MOON CAPEULAimoNZEWoon to be such won

AUTO- SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES derful mothers and
Low :Monthly Payments Dads with their own beautiful

BRASINGTON Johnson & Fan's, Inc 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 children. They have built new 7 .:

CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE homes and a church they call Big Selection (V:
l.seeticldes-Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS and his lovely bride have a beau
Fine Selection of Used Cars YAMAHA-BMW tiful wedding. Ills mother was GIRLS JACKETS ''t
Taken On Cadlllao Tra4e Louise Wilkinson and went to ( 1 I I
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 37S-SM1 We Rent Fertiliser Spreaderst 11
school to several
ew me years
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378447 LJ u w- a
<;- v ninth
7 and graduated from the / '
CRANE Sales-- Parts Service grade at Clay Hill. Such a our reg. $5.99 ""';,I,

LINCOLN '. MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811 beautiful intelligent sweet and 41

Authorized Sales Service FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE calm girl. I have never ceasedto :

2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 A FULL LINE OF MUSIC love and admire her. She hada $ ir
brother J. D. who now hasa
Crane Import S
Lingerie Dresses Slacks
BALDWIN new home, a nice wife and __
Volvo, MG TriumphTops -Bermudas Bathing Suits hansome twin sons. I knew whenI ti ?

606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOSORGANS taught them, they would make u
Phone 372-4251 wonderful citizens as I prayed '
INC. N behind my desk each morn- Many new styles in nylon h > I 1'1'
Motors, Inc. ,C7 Ip L--MUSlr.co ing for wisdom to teach, and corduroy and poplin. Solids '

7M W. University Opp. S.F.J.C. keep love In my heart. and prints. Save during 4 \: ,

i t TOYOTA G'vllle Shopping C r. 3724353 Now I have been gone 23 this 3-day sale. Sizes2-14. w w. A
Mechanical CONTRACTOR years from Clay Hill;my school
4 wheel 1 drive I and Reg. $7.99..SALE $6.77 Your
oarsSales closed and no longer used. In \ I Iy
> Parts-- Service MOVERS my heart are beautiful mem- /

Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc r ories and so much love that BOYS'
1700 N. Main 376-1266 Long Distance."I. when I get invitations to wed- # JUNIOR Sales

Thompson' Refrigeration Storage Packing dings and commencements from '

Beauty Academy Service Crating Shipping children of those I taught, lam t

Heating Air Conditioner Free Estimates CallHILL'S so happy, I ask God for nothing JACKETS
POWELL'S Repairs on White Appliances: more just say "Thanks'. BOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS
Industrial Combustion Service COLE SLAW (You can put In

Beauty Academy W BolUr Room Sales A Service the freezer) 1 medium head our r. q $8.99
Van Service, Inc. of cabbage; shred not too fine
.. Learn a Profession In Your 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville 3540 N.E. Waldo fed. O'vUle and add 1 teaspoon salt. Crush or SWEATSHIRTS
Telephone 372.2162
'Spare Time. Full or Part Time 3Il.ff271 down good and let stand an
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 hour. Now squeeze out excess 766
Compare at $1.49
MEN'S' WEAR PAINT GLASS juice. You can add carrot or
ELECTRIC MOTORS pepper cut up If you wish. NOWIn t

STAG 'N DRAG LIDDELL PAINT & a pan put 1 cup cider vine- Our regular stock, reduced A spectacular sale price on this
ELECTRIC gar and 1/4 cup water; 2 cups I for 3-days. Hooded 100% cotton, long sleeve flannel 94
.. Grlffla Salta GLASS CO. sugar 1 teaspoon celery seed, corduroy or nylon with shirt in newest Fall shades. Sizes

Motor Repair Co. Arrow Shirts .Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door and 1 teaspoon mustard seed. / cuff sleeve. You save 4 616. Or choose the heavyweight,

Of Gainesville, Inc. Formal Remtab Tub Enclosures -Shower.Door Boll all together one minute. .''i \ $1.33. Sizes 37. long sleeve sweatshirt with hi-
Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear. Furniture Tops Windows .' Pour over cabbage and when crew neck Choice of colors S-L.
cool put In containers and freezeto
New IUwf Used 2
be eaten when needed. Just
'211' N. W. 11th Fb. 37Z-411S and GAINESVILLE MALL .1228 S. Main St 372.8191 thaw and it is good. ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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won in competition with 588 .+(r.r,1, ,I
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Monday the Hop mobile Baptist afternoon!Children's Church.after Chapelat schoolat BREAD MILK ." ;'O'"D.: 7//$1.

That Percy Sullivan Jr. Is expected 29 t Limit 1 Coffee ot choice" w/$3/ .00 or more ,",'.*. occluding. cigarettes Limit' ono with(S OFIOUR or morn purchalo eluding cigar.tt.t
to return to hs! home
se..:. LOAF
this week following surgery at 5-o; 49
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with Billy Phillips a! birthday and: his dinner parents CAKE fijCO.37$1.COFFEE: / I CRISCO 69e

Mr. and Mrs. B'll!' PhilLips .

at Middlebur Friday
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Tickets Slow ; wanton disregard for life and to drive $26'or three; lens that he was tired of them .
CUBB MovesTo 2 Lawtey Men safety, and with fleeing an Willie Grimes. failure to conducting: their fights !In public ':Itpj!j

Rate Hike officer: James Il'Vlng.fannini':\ have vehicle under control and that if they were convicted
j charged with driving while intoxicated causing an accident $36 or of similar charges again )
City AccidentsContinued OEO Tune Arraigned Here ; Woodrow Wilson ,three: John Frederick Morris they' would get straight Jail r' J
Harper, charged:! with driving on, speeding $36 or three: Jessie time.
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( From Page One Given Firm Here while intoxicated:!; and Brady C. Dukes, failure to have Richard: Williams volunary!
Continued From Page
(Continued From Page One) E. McLeod charged with driving vehicle under control causing intoxication, $23 and $31.50 ,

vers could have been confu- ties of" Union Baker Clay and In a unusual twist at Tues- while his license was suspended an accident $36 or three; court costs or 10 Continued( : From Page One Bradford. day's Plea Day a man from Herbert Andrew Nelson. Jr., ry Edward Jones failure to
sed.The stop sign has been Another major change was Citri entered a plea of not Three persons were sent to speeding, sentence:: suspendedafter yield right of way, $36 or five. ,
Findings[ of the PSC are vided that at time should the
changed so that drivers on Mad : no made in the organization of county Jail after pleading he presented:! a mechanic
ison will know that they must I 1)) Present earnings of the the bond be less than the amount CURB when the Board accepteda guilty! on a charge of his speedingand guilty to traffic violations. report stating that his speedometer
chose to
stop before entering Water phone company are below a of Increased revenue resulting report by the County and CUBB case before the argue court (without own Lamar Sanford plat guilty to was off about 10 mph; Sen. Saunders ;
Street reasonable level and the com- from this order. Board Committee. In the past driving while his license was John Edward Thornton; improper (
also said that since is entitled to some relief 5) The company should file[ a Jury) suspended! Due Here Nov. 5
The Chief pany each county has had an incor- : and to wilful and change! of lane S36 or
last week's issue of The Tele- on an temporary and emer- with the PSC a revised[ sche porated economic agency suchas Charles Theodore Dickman wanton reckless driving. He three; Carlton Leroy Lee im
graph pointed about the six[ gency basis. dule of rates and charges, for the Bradford County Econo- was acquitted: of the charge of was fined $101 and received proper chan 19. of csurss cauatej State Sen. Bb Saunders will .1
streets about which residents 2J tarnlngs: based on the test approval by the Commission, mic \gency, Inc. speeding: thrcujh Lavtey. IT.: two 10-iay! Jail terms, to run : an ACcident; S36 or three; 'be In Bradford County at the
had lodged complaints about year 1968 will[ not support the consistent with the discussions[ With the acceptance of this making the verdict Jude consecutively. William Marlon Lane. Jr., courthouse at 9:30: a,m. Wed
i speeding not one ticket has additional financing that is necessary and findings set forth in this committee's report, chartersof Yawn said: the State has the speeding, $36 or three: Larry nesday. Nov. 5, on his monthly ,. '.
order. burden the beyond Frank
been given for speeding those so the the county board's were to prove case Mongen and Harry Lee visitation icund3. I.
company may Joe May. speeding: S36. or
6)) The should file and
company a rsasarable do'Jbt: Spatcher pled !guilty to speeding .,
streets. to Improve its plant voided and the names changed three: James Raymond Olson
Many of the speeding tickets and facilities so as to render updated financial statementswith from county board to county that !In his opinion thewas in excess of 100 mph. A speeding, S26 or three: Eddie: Saunders Is visiting each: .
issued during the past weeK adequate service within its territory the Commission for the policy advisory committee. a reasonable doubt about the Trooper testified that he had:! the county In his 7h: Senatorial! "t
Lee Allen. !Jisturblr
: prateby
first six months of 1970 so .
speeding charge. chased them from
This means that each county Lawtey toMnxv11e District in keeping a campaign
were given to drivers on West fiyht'ny.'! $31 or 30 days:
that the may give
Three other entered: ,
persons and that when the
will be able to make !
now sug- promise. ;
Madison, Lafayette Adkins and 3) For the purposes of this further consideration to the pleas of not guilty and were highway Cora Mae Allen improper exhibition :
gestions to CUBB's executive was open they drove
Washington. "We check all the order the return of 7.56 per application in this cause. of directors transferred to( the county trial side by sid!. of a dangerous! weapon:
committee board -
streets but when we get a lot cent on a rate base of$3,951- 7) The company should be or $51 cr 30 das's. Forget about the series,
but will no longer have any docket: Tommy Hardy, 18 Both were fined:! S101 and five
of complaints about a street we 404 for the test year 1968 Is in full compliance with the Judge Yawn warned the Al sacs Shotgun Schultz. The ov- :
hit that area more frequently," fair and reasonable and the Commission's service rules direct power.In charged with operating a motor days plus an ad.'ltional 10 erdog is still the best bet. r
Fuqua explained. other action, The Board: vehicle with a wilful and days it they did not> pay the -
should be allowed to
applicant and regulations by July 1970,
-Learned from Elaine McBride fines. In
Apparently Starke drivers are Increase Its revenue in the and should file with the Com- their licenses k
becoming more conscious of amount of $112,000 based on mission appropriate reports so who recently went to the were suspended for 90 ,rays When Vou Cse: .-\Andrns Charge ",
traffic signs and regulationsand the 1968 test year. Indicating. Atlanta headquarters that money lowest and best bidders Others entering pleas of guilty l Account -
of parking signs. About 40 4) Increases authorized herein left over from the Head- Sent to the Instructors were and:! their ser'ences were: r
tickets were Issued last week should be collected under good Phone company records submitted Start program will not be freed bids for equipment for a com- John Ronald Ferguson! failure Your Prescription Ta:*': Records .
for moving traffic violationsand and sufficient bond In the principal [ to the PSC show that to use on child day care cen- mercial home economl9S sew- to have vehicle under:! control are Kept For You R)' Us ;
about 50 parking tickets amount of $100,000 profit yearend 1964 to the yearend ters. Clay County Opportunities ing course and for the electro- causing an accident, $36 Andrews
were written. During the two 1968 the company's gross plant Center and Bradford Chil-[ mechanical cluster (a course or three days; Vernell Sllcox
prior weeks 172 parking tickets was Increased from $2,603,288 drens Center had presented designed to teach basic elec- driving without a valid license S
For Fast Dlnl 0017170FridaySaturday C 111
were written. to $5,205,048. During the same proposals asking[ for the unspent tricity as It relates to mechanical $26 or three>. Royce Sllcox allowing
can write but simply try- !Head Start money. Items).
Fuqua stressed that the period the company's main stations an> unauthorized person
Starke Police ing to make Starke a safer -I l '
PBX have
Department not and stations i'
that each
-Agreed county -
place for people to drive and -
i trying to see how many tickets children to play Increased from 4,756 to 7,371 advisorty committee should
the records showed. make the decision as to whe-
Other than a limited Increase ther county will have a two- ;
tor a predecessor corporation month Head Start program oran
known as the Trl-County Tele- eight month
1), 1 phone Company in 1960 and an --Decided[ to pay the bills SPfCAKLadies
'increase for Starke subscribers and then later got into an argument ;:
because of extendedarea because CUBB was ;
service In April 1968 billed $72 by a Clay County -
COMPARE ANYWHERE! there have been no rate Increases dentist when children did[ not -
authorized for the ap- show up for appointments. Per-
plicant.[ sons involved said[ that the den

STEAK The phone company stated tist had a right to expect to =yeti LADIES PANTS I,
months be paid as he had cancelledall
that for the 12 : ending
ROUND December 31, 1968 on a rate other appointments[ for that
the day, and they also agreed that
base of $3,928,072 com-

SIRLOIN LB. 98 C ting pany revenue received of $855,265 a total opera-reali- dental there had appointments been one day in when Clay Knit : ; .

zing net operating Income of County had gotten confused. 00Elsewhere
$234,246 which resulted In a --Learned from Deputy Director 2
Nelson mos[ that VISTA '
rate of return of 6.19 per cent.
At the same time, the phone Volunteers would not be avail- tilouses : :
able until June of 1970. He +
STEAK OR company told the PSC, the cost
did point out that PDP
of capital to the applicant was / ,
( and
approximately 7,15 to 8.18 per Program Development r
cent. It is difficult( the company Planning) VISTAs might be available y '
'ib. stated to secure long [ soon.Thanked I
FRYERS 3SCFRESt -- Harold and Betty .144 -l
term financing at those ratesof $
return. According to testimony Lou McClendon PDP VISTAsfor -
the work which they have
. LB. of company officials done at CUBB.Truck' ,, ,
HNS: 19'
{ PSC the
the report states com- e ,
pany Is planning to secure additional $2.99
long term financing in ELSEWHERE $1.99 +i iU ir
CEDAR KEY LB. the near future. Arrives
The president of the Florida
FRESH MULLET State Telephone Company tes

+ 19C tified states to thatitwasthecompany'sintentlon the PSC, the report For New Course MEN8-r.""l-." ,* A1

FRESH to be In "foil compliance -' ..
1'y' l n1 lN1 -"- 1 .r R ,,. ,
SIDE or SHOULDER lb. 49e with the Commission's (Continued From Page One t Briefs; BOYS'FLANNEL lt
rules and regulations relatingto .
pany in Florida has
service standards for tele- 19husband-
SMOKED BACON phone companies within six wife teams driving the big rigs. r '
59C months: Meeting Tuesday night, the 3

FRESH However information filed by School Board accepted the low t ) % pr. ,,
the company with the Commis- bid submitted by Edward Drew r
HAM or BACKBONE lb. 59c sion indicated there is subs- of .Jacksonville for the :Mobile[ / SHIRTS ..2.- ti :"r

tantial compliance presently but )Drivers Education Classroom. 00 .- n 3s'; ...
that the company Is deficientin Ilrew's hid was $23,500. $1 _

MEAT its installation Intervals both In other ELSEWHERE = +=-. ;",
SUUIVANS' for new service and regrades. action at the brief 49c p, M
The documents also show that meeting the Board referred two each 73c ,:
MARKETY. bidto Bo-Tech instructors
trouble Incidences( are [in excess
of what is allowed bj for tabulation and consideration .
II Commission[ rules and with the instructions that ... -
100) 1; regula-
OF tile bids -r
STARKE be awarded to theO
tions, the PSC report stales PAPER

-: = ::: o n / 500 COUNT Elsewhere t"' ';'; ?

TIMETOLAf\\V\ y $1.19

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pace Age. Learn to sew and ence will be held Saturday
Urges Tes' Vote Nov. 4 save For information, call 964- Thanksgiving night at 7:30: Nov. 1. Practice Badcock Stores

6150. ProgramA for the Junior Choir will be

'; CommunityNews Recreation NewsThe held each Wednesday night before Now Celebrating65th

! 1 On School Building Amendment"If Pre-Thank5glvlnsr programwill the first Sunday. AU Choir Anniversary

invitation Is extended to : be rendered Wednesday members are tasked to pleasebe

the people fail to ratify $160 million through 1975. or all boys ages 13 to 17 who areinterested' night, Nov. 26, at 8 p.m. for present. w S. Badcock Corporation! ,

:. !the Education: Building: Amendment about $35 million for : in playing basketballto the benefit of the Public Library which operates 88 furnitureand :
at the polls en November year meet at the Recreation Center All proceeds: will be turn Greater Allen Chapel AME: : appliance asssclate! storesin

'. 4 we'll be In real trouble" Sen. capital" outlay through June 30. Monday Tuesday and Wed- ed over to the Library: Build- Church, Rev. A. R. Richardson Florlfii;: and:! Georgia! inslud-!
\1 1975 Saunters
: explained.
Bob Saunders of Gainesville, nesday night for practice. Ycur Ing Committee. All clubs or- Pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. ing one In Starke. celebrating -
Even it this It will
, passes make this ,'ac ganizations, and churches are Lovefeast service at 11. Ccm- Its 65th anniversary! this
t said on a visit to Starke last Uy Elizabeth; Givens Walker cooperation can '
not be the total answer to the 6
week .tivity an enjoyable one. Par asked to take part In this activity munlon will be given in the month.

, educational needs, Saunders rr wtnswuwru ... ,. ents are asked to please work p.m. service. All members and
Touring his district In ef.fort .
an eald, "but! it will substantiallyalleviate friends Invited to attend all The company was founded
to spread knowledge and the most pressing Dell Chapter Boy Scout NewsScout :with Mr. Jackson In this effort Community Choirs, both Juniors services. in 1901 by henry Badcocie tr.
gain I support for the amendment Church News
.' needs. and seniors, will participate Fort Meade and was later moved -
Saunders said that unless Enrollment at the universities .168 Meeting Master Jlmmle Jen- and anyone wishing! to November 16 will mark the to Mulberry.
the measure passes: it appears;: boys interested Bethlehem Free Will end of !this conference year.
junior colleges, and vo- kins invites all Greater JoIn either choir will please The Badcock corporation:: has
that after the buildings presently Dell Chapter 168 will hold its Scouts to meet Rev. Jasper Conference will start November
cational-technical centers: is ex- Joining the Boy Baptist Church contact Mrs. Willie Mae Ran- experienced tremendous: growthin
under:! construction or con regular meeting Thursday night at the Sunday 18 in Jacksonville. At that
pected tj double by 1975. Saunders each Wednesday Williams pastor dolph or Mrs. M. J. White. We- the past five years, adding:
tracted for are completed, con- night Nov 6. at the Masonic Recreation Center at 9:30. Morning. serviceat ,time minister will be assigned -
said in stressing! the importance Jenkins School, : appeal to all ctlzens to cooper- a 33 stores ant:\ almost duiblln!
struction of vccational-technt- of a favorable vote on Hall on Brownie Street at 8 8 p.m. Explore with the Scouts. 11. Evening service, 6 p.m. ate and make this a great sue- to us. its annual ral!ls volume which
cal centers, junior colleges, and November 4. p.m. All members are asked to Parents and guardans are welcome All members and friends, .are now exceeds0 million! :
state universities will come to please be present and on time. to attend the meetings. Invited all services Monday:!: cess. New Hope Baptist Church.
Business of vital Importance. :Rev. S. E. Mosley Pastor. sun-
halt. meet.
a night Choir No. 1 will
Lions Induct Ebenezer Baptist Church. Badcock:! has: a biio.ooo square
He noted that the last leg- School News Tuesday night! Choir No. 3 and day School 10 a.m. Morning;
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun foot automated! l and computerized -
Scout NewsGirl
islature 3 New MembersThree girl rehearsal.The service at 11. Afternoon service -
appropriated no money Ushers Board No. 1 day School, 9:45.: Morning ser- distribution! center in Mulberry -
for construction and: predicted All adults Interested In sell < Youth Crusaders for Chrletwill vice, 1045.: A robe dedication 3 p.m. Visitors always in addition\ to its office

that the same financial situation .- new members were Inducted Scout Troop 626 meets Improvement and .bull-Ing for : meet each Wednesday service will be held. Evening welcome.Mt. complex. The company recently -

will exist at the 1970 ses. into the Starke Lion's each Monday evening at 5 the future are Invited to inquire night until November 5. Thurs- service, 6:30.: All members and Plsgah AME Church. announced plans 10 builda
Club t Its regular meetingthis p.m. in Greater Allen Chapel sewing and Circle will
sion. All members about the day night Ladles friends invited to alterd. Bible Rev GEorge Young Pa tor. 500,000 square foot ware-
Saunders explained that the past week. AME Church. general aducational classes of- meet. Friday night Prayer .Class Is held each Tuesday Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng house near Live Oak to serve
proposed: amendment providesfor New members are Bill Wilson and girls interested in JO nlng fered at the Vo-Tech Center in :Meeting. Saturday night din. night Each Thursday night service at 11. Evening service its expanded\ operations in this

the reinstatement of the manager of the Badcoclc,:! ,the Girl Scouts are invited to< the evening! from 6 to 10. Education ners will be sold from the kit- Prayer Meeting. A call Confer. 6 p.m. area.

authority to pledge proceeds of Associate Store here: Bobby attend. Is much needed for this chen.

assistant county agent; ,,, ,
Taylor, ,
the utilities gross receipts tax, "" Il'''''''''''
which were earmarked by a George Read of Jiffy Food. ,

previous legislature for retire. Stores. : --
ment of school construction John Myers, new' manager. of r

bonds.: This bonding authorityerplred .the Bradford County Chamberof

under:! terms of the new Commerce was featured / 8 PIICICRYSTAL
speaker for the evening. He \ /
constitution which: was adopted / STYHINI
last June and the proposed was introduced by Wayne Whif-
amendment would extend thisauthority fen, In charge of the program.It .y
was: reported that the Lions Al WITH ANY $10.00 OKMORI
until 1975. pf e
theiranmwal 's CHRISTMAS
cleared around $1,200 on LAYAWAY
"The amount of taxes:: paid Sa
light bulb broom and:
by the public will not be affected f.r...
cushion promotion. The money
ro: matter how the vote
. goes," Saunders said. "A no according! to President Mark rros
Jackson will be used for sight w CAG ,
vote will net lessen the tax,
conservation in the county
and a yes vote will not increaseit
mostly goirr for eyeglasses for
," he explained.The adu AUud
needy children. s t s u1
tax will be levied, whe.
President Jackson and fellow
ther the amount Is approved or

not, Saunders:! said. lions all express appreciationto residents LADIES' SLEEVELESS EAGLE 7X35
the businessmen and L-
"Vocational-Techr-ical Centers ,t -
of the county .and citY'lor GIRLS'
such as the cne In Starke. of SHELLS eti CENTER FOCUS
their "great support
must be completed and expanded Lions Club activities. Supportwas ..4\ Choot* from a variety STRETCH SHORTS ; BABY DOLL t
to train Flsrldlans for jobs most gracious" Jackson i of styles. fabrics and Hip hugging, t
being created by the tremen- flattering, \
style In PAJAMAS
says. colon in sixes S/M/L 4 Fast center focus
dous expansion cf business and Stock up at this low, r So comfortable you'll Adorably styled in Constructed of sturdy Coated optics
property Sen. Saunders said. CARD OF THANKSOur low price! FI, want several pairs at choice of colors metal; vented surface Carrying straps and case
"But without the bonding authority heartfelt thanks to all this low price Adjustable lets
YOU SAVE dOt Sizes 4/14
only current revenuescan who extended comforting sym- 1 7 Sizes 8/ 1

be used far: construction: pathy ..ani help In cur recent YOU

which is estimate: at about $6 sorrow. For the floral offerings, SAVE 1.11 g /

milion a year until 1975. and other kindnesses, we are f IfIJ

"If the bonding authority Is deeply grateful. The family'' of

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Turllnitton, FHP homicide dn- ..
Lawtey Man Killed vestlgotor. r 10 Graduate

The thrive Jacksonville' men From State Rudd Gas 'Water Heaters }
received minor injuries in iRo SchoolTen
truck-stntlonwiifon collision at f Ft Prisons
Across 3:10: a.m. Sunday Oct 19, 3 times faster!
Walking 301A three' miles south of Sttuke on area men were among ,rrjj heats water M
301. .the 44 recently graduated from ,

Lnwtey man was: killed Durwood Belmont Jones, 64, I, the Florida, In Ralforl.Correctional: Academy Rivers Of Hot Water At

and three Jacksonville men Rt. 1, Lawtey, was killed at Treated In the emergencyroom /t The Academy trains personnel -
injured In six automobile nccl- at Bradford:! County Hospital COST
12:05: : am. Sunday:! :a* he was for the entire Division of li' LOW, LOW
dents in day period In and released were Larry
a seven atlemptlr: to walk across US- Correction In the state, with
Bradford County.. Ronald Gayle, Henry Edward
301 about one mils south of each course, lasting five weeks
u Law tey. Heath Smith. and Raymond Coy I It ((200 hours). Pay For It From Your ;

"It's the West Point of the t '. SavingsPURCHASED ,' ,
It wns the fifth traffic fatality Both vehicles were heading' { Division of Corrections" Roy Utility
SMITH PLUMBINGAND In the county this year, and south. According to TrooperTurlington's t Larson said with a, chuckle. FOR
SUPPLY-CO. one of 22 over the state this report, both were The Academy is run by Larson,
'Week nd. in a left turn lane and 'the
| and J't'plltrPiuDlbinc | co-ordinator,
Contracting personnel training
front of Smith's truck struck Monthon
Fixtures ,.. and by Robert Autry assistant
Jones was attempting to the rear of Gayle's stationwason. -
I water Heater Pumps -1 1I cross 301 from east' : to west \. :. M y :" : personnel manager. Slide Gas
: ... Among those receiving di- Economical
I Irrigation Iron Filters -j he struck by .scuthboiml .. ..
when was a ... ..., "
plomas from Louis F. Wainwright -
\Water Softeners 10(57( Chevrolet driven' by Smith was charger,! : with failure ..... .. #.. ; : < director of the Divisionof CALL NOW
Timothy David:! Swain of Citn- to have his vehicle under > .
Oct. 17
a.Jc.ItE Corrections on : 1
PHONES! esvllle, acccrdlnj:! to the report control and causing an accI- Wayne Alldredge. David:! R.Miehelow GAS 332 W. MADISON
( 964.6023 or 964.5832 made by Trooper ,M. E, Richardson dent. Smith pled ,gully to the Walter D. Ramos, I dLHIUC PHONE 964-7701
Florida Highway Pa- charge at Plea Day Tuesdayand VISTA Couple Ends Duty Here I
(Please make a note of) William P. Ssay, Ben F. Allen
| our numbers In your] trol.No mss fined $36 or three III, and Charles' W. Barton of :
filed days in jail.
phone book) charges have been Mr. and Mrs. Harold McClendon pause In their duties as Starke:
tout the case is still under: Investigation Each vehicle received dam-
by Trooper Carson age estimated:! at $500.!) VISTA Volunteers to cut a farewell cake given them by mem !3..xx:!
Earle Eugene Whitehurst of bers of the staff of CUBB Econmlcr Agency.

Jacksonville was charged with The McClendona joined VISTA (Volunteers In Service to!

speed too fast fcr: condition's! America) Sept. 18, 1968, and have been working with CUBB, SAMPLE BALLOT

p SCOTT'SMobile following a one-car accident at local four-county poverty agency since February of this year.
5:45 pm. Saturday, Oct. 25,
At CUBB the McClenctors\ have been Involved in all facets of SPECIAL ELECTION
just south of the Lawtey city
limits on 301.Trooper the program. In particular they have worked with Head Start
Home Sales with Planting and Priorities, with the writing of the refunding -'
Turllnton's report
proposal for 1139-70 end with the preparation of propo- BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
I I stated that: Whitehurst was
sals for non-profit corporations such as Bradford Child Centers -'
traveling north on the irsld3lane
Stop In And See Our Selection He changai lanes skid- Inc.Prior .

ded on the wet pavement, ran to coming to CUBB, the VISTA Volunteers spent six
NO 1
of the east shoulder and weeks in a training program and then worked with a community PRECINCT

G struck a power pole. action program in Blountstown\ Fla. NOVEMBER, 1969!
Damage to Whltehurst's 1968
Falcon wagon was estimatedat Having spent 13V4 months as Volunteers In Service to
$250. America the McClendons are now leavingto return to

Louisiana their home state.
I No charges /were filed in the PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTMark :
three other accidents which, medical centers.
I occurred during this p rlod. School : a cross (X) mark In the square at the RIGHT for' the Amendmentor
One could not even, be classified Enrollment in these facilities against, the Amendment.
{ as ia "lenler-b: ner"! as Is expected to double by 1975.
damage was estimated at only If voters approve the amend- NO. 1
$:>. ment next Tuesday it will make
BondingVote immediately available approx-
The other two accIdents were imately $35 million a year to
single car accidents. In one, build the vocationaltechnicalcenters
Ronald C. LaPerle of Key We3t junior colleges, and universities CONSTITUTIONAL
lost control of his 19G6 Ford SetContinued needed to take care ARTICLE XII, SECTION 9
OUR LOW OVERHEAD MEANS about two miles north of Law- of this projected increaseand --
tey on 301. His automobile without new taxes.SEE .
SAVINGS FOR YOU! struck a bridge railing and ( From Page One)
damage was estimated >at $500. Proposing an amendment to Article XII, Section !9) of the Constitution

The accident,:! occured at 3:13 receipts tax were earmarkedfor of,;: the State of Florida to reinstate until June 30, 1975 the authority to
Enjoy Mobile Home LivingPHONE pm. Oct. 21. a 50 year period starting 'Tbejaint People issue revenue bonds or tax anticipation certificates under the authorityof
Jan. 1, 1964 for retirement of
of the Constitution of 1885, as amended.
John Richard Gallitalrs of the bonds. But under the new Bcnjwnta Article XII, Section 19 :
964-6657 Jacksonville lost control of his Constitution, this bonding Moored

u.S.301 NORTH 1163 Valiant on 301 about 3'4! authority expired on June 30, PAINTSCENTRAL I .
miles south of Kta-ke: : at 11 1969. -- --- --
ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET a.m the 21st Damage to his The last session of the Leg- 1
STARKE car was estimated lat $250. islature, therefore, placed on PAINT FOR THE AMENDMENT:

the November General 4 a Election proposed ballot amend-for STORES, iNC. M tt AMENDMENT I I .1

ment which would continue this S36 NW. 13th STRttt AGAINST THE _
bonding authority. No new taxes GAINESVILLF .
are Involved, since the gross HONE 376-1281 -
receipts tax on utilities Is already tC: M
May being levied and collected. "... .-,- -- -
It Is a 1 1/2 per cent levyon ,
electricity, telephones, and .... .. .. __...."" --"".
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natural gas and was approved! """ ,\
by a 2-1 vote in 1963.If \rj'\\ :
the bond amendment is :; '
A defeated, the utilities tax will
still be collected and earmarked .
for education, although It can- (r JLriJa3anh -41 Siarte
not be used to retire future
bond sales. >\
't-MAGIC Supporters of the amendment l .

point to the following critical .........Sl 1t ir\.., .._, .. ..... STARKE FLORIDA )
CHEF: RANGE needs which a favorable vote 1 ,f..,,:,$'" '.,....,'-.'.:'....fJ--.___ T, ._.,..... ,-,-,,. ,, NMM1na1' %fi,
will relieve _,
next L) Vocational-Technical Tuesday help Cen-: _--' i wo-i... _*W" -'WP! "",

ters must be completed and expanded -
to train
Enter The jobs being created by tremen-
dous expansion of business and ResourcesLoans
2)) Junior colleges now oper-
and Discounts $2,389,659.46
ating' in overcrowded or tem-
quarters must be established -
Eldest porary buildings.in adequate permanent Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 18,505.90 $2,371,153.56

''I 3)) Universities must be ex- Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 279,051.74
panded at existing sites and-

increased to include additional two new Other Real] Estate Owned 1.00
universities and

Range Prepaid Expenses 3,168.08

Permit Issued
Other Resources 9.44
I For Gas Station

Contest In a special meeting Tuesday Accrued Interest & Income Receivabl; 47420.02

nltfit the Keystone
--- Heights City Council approvedthe U. S. Government Securities 1845172.54
application! of Pets and
Joyce Barton, of Starke, for Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,359,352.51
construction of a Cargo gasoline -
The Person submitting the service station on.. Highway Other State & Municipal Bonds 944,000.00Cash

VMAI.K- c IK:r"Continuous proof of the Oldest Range In 21 (north.)
this Area, will WIN A :FREE Mr. and Mrs. Barton recently on Hand & Due From Banks 514,538.44 $4,710,483.51
purchased the Keystone Drivein -
Theatre, and the new station -
Clean" or Electric MAGIC CHEF.a will be constructed: on TOTAL Resources $7,363,867.33

Complete Set of Rules Are their property between theatre
and Hill's Garage.
Ends Your Cleaning Woes Forever Available at Our Store. ..

During 1968, the petroleum
CLOCK AND TIMER: ------- ---.. industry spent a record $382

CHOICE OF COLORSCOMPLETELY I ENTRY BLANK million in its continuing effortsto Capital Stock $300,000.00

: AUTOMATIC: I Name _______________ ; help clean up the nation'tair
and water. Surplus] 550,000.00

I Street -- _____________ 1 '

Special Offer I City STARKE Undivided Profits 80,493.98
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I MAKE: _.. _______________ BUSINESS Reserve for Contingencies 178,813.63 1,109,307.61

t ,.J'__ Receive this Proctor Si1 Year Purchased or lIanufacU Reserve
for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 49,994.94
: lex Blender with the I tured (Con DIRECTORY
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Purchase!'! of a NEW I testant Is responsible for Interest &: Income Collected, Not Earned 116,141.81

\ ,j MAGIC CHEF Continuous proof of ) '
;;: year. SERVICE '!
'--1 Clean Range During ,_o_e _____o_ AUTO, Dividends Declared Not Yet Payable 2,400.00
This Contest Period.

:=L..I f1 HURRY Gilbert S. Brown Deposits $6,086,022.97(?

Stlndard Oil Service Stations
$249% OFFER AND CONTEST ENDS T. ATLAS TOTAL Liabilities and Capital $7,363,867.33FLORIDA
... ....... n. "" 'Riidffft Terms Road Service
case!'! of tie, the earliest!'! entry will PHONE M4-7071

FINANCING. AVAILABLE. win. No purchase!'! Is necessary. 407 N. Temple SUrke



*""V as Pita LubricationNonarc One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
3.12V.: Madison St. Phone 061-7701 Tires Ballcrle
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; Central Truck Move Well. Future Grow of Vo-Tech Center Rules For Deer Given HuntingIn ?

Approval RecommendedLeon Dependent on Vote Next TuesdayNeeded Osceola Area Aq.ivi:3x .

Hunters who plan to hunt s'd '
stitution, this authority .
the Osceola Wildlife Man-
expansion o I facilities .on :
at the Bridfrl-unlon: expired:! on June 30. 1969. agement Area In Columbia and ,
F. OlmstenJ: hearing station in Stalks, with pick-up Area Vocational-Technical Center Therefore the legislature Baker Counties are remindedthat Asky
examiner for( the Floilda Public ancl delivery by perils: runs 1 1t depends; largely on the out. placed on the general election only buck deer with antlers -
Service Commission, has recommended cut of Gainesville, will meet come of next! Tussdav! vote ballot for Nov. 4, 196"" a pr> at least five Inches In Charley
: approval cf Central the needs of the public! and) s on the Education: : Building: ,posed amer. !ment continuingthIs length are legal.According .
Truck Lines application will provide Central with amore Amendment: ltd: Oileeby.dlrecLol' bonding! authority.If to the Game 8-
to discontinue its commission economical cjsratlon;: (es>- t of the vo-tsch canter Florida< voters approve:> tits Fresh Water Fish Commission, E.
amendment, :It will make 1m-
in Staike and serve limited savings' of 3831.88 .
agency paryeir said:! yesterday.A deer of either sex were legalon
mediately available -
this area by a "peddla run"out ). bill making approximately approximately the management area dur- JohnsAbout
' of Gainesville $400 million available In Federal $33 million a year to ing the archery hunting sea-
The Commlsslsn! has yet to Olmstead's recommendation funds is now pending In build vocational training canters son which closed October 3. This Question
enter a flr.U decision In the wnss made with the following( "- Congress, Ogles y sirtd, ant Junior colleges, and ur.lverfittes The either sex deer regulationwill ; .
matter anj otjaetioiis to( the coalitions! : ...I hcw much Florida! vo-tech centers 1973, that Florida: will need. : not apply during the reg- "Burglars failed to crack I
by without
proposed crisr: :: may ba made get!: from Fe-eval: sources new taxes.If ular hunting season which opens open cur safe but I
within 13 days from Oct. 24, depends! on the availability of the amendment fails November I. Dr. 0, E. Irje. niter! it !' dam-
1969. 1 I-That loop or peddle: trucks:: matchinj funds. Unless the many legislators! and other Commission Director, said, be so badly( it couldn't
In making his recommsndation : out of Gainesville arrive in> Educational Building Amend- state cfficlals think: it will be openedI' know our
Olmstsnd said that; testi- Btuke for delivery of pick ups r\ ment is approved next Tuesday necessary to( enact new taxes We have reason to believe RaCe Bur*rar insurance
later than 9:30 if Florida is to tike care of some sportsman may interpretthe will
given at public hertn3'on : no : every needed Pay the
mony ; a matching funds (or damage to
29 Indicated morning, Monday ,through( Fri- increased enrollment in vo-.ech regulation, which allowed our office
September! : : onst1'uctlon111 not be and the
either deer dur- cost cf
sex hunting
d Y' centers. Jur.ior colleges, and
that the establishment cf a call said. a new
available the director safe
universities. ing the archery season( as ap- how a-
The Bradford-Union! center Season pljlng to the regular season.* bout the ass we paid II'
2-That an afternoon truckbe : # ; has already outgrown IDs physical Hunting The Osceola Management professional
10", safecracker
run from Galnesvllls: to _i \...'" : i' plant, Oglssby said noting Opens SaturdayIn Area is located in the let our each and to
Sturke every neon Monday ':: ". t. f ."'ii\v!, 1\,' a that seven of the 14 programs: Osceola National Forest and out cf valuables
through Frdayfor( any freight .. ., .W .,...(,( \ now offered av= bel"i held: in. Most Counties copies of the area hunt rules the old safe?"
ir *.;; { .. temporary: facilities. Data processing Thousands of hunters will be and limiting be ob-
destined far the Starke aria p .. .",\,. map may
alter the morning truck has t., ,...N' tr".....1'\.' .....< and the new cosmetolejy at their favorite shooting stands tained at hunt headquarters located Charley k::.
departed: from Galnssvllle.Fieizht 'ti st', -- .. ill a. r...... <'\.JJ.""'"\ courses are being hell half an hour before sunrise near the town of Ollls *eon
arriving in Gainesvilleafter s'4' ;' ,r::;.t,. ,1 1 1J'lY1 ;).''I: d4arI : in the USO, and the SuiWlnj: Saturday Nov. 1, to join In U.S. !Highway 90 or at the JOHNS AGENCY
3 p.m. will be delivered! 1 little gypsy and a headless man come face to well, they Trades course Is held in the the opening of the 1969-70 hunt- office of the Game & FreshWater
on the next morning delivery old Conway house: the directorrsaid. Ing season on resident game Fish Commission in Lake 131 So. Walnut St.
confront each other nt South-side Elementary annual Halloween birds and animals. City. Phone
Carnival Tuesday night Behind the dltgulse are Laurie Dykei. The center now has a total According to Dr. Richard 96 '-50iO
@ He further: recommended that 3 l.t. and Kevin Hamilton, 9. enrollment of 700 in its 14 cour- Schulz. Chairman of the Game --
tla! Commission retain Jurisdiction Tile carnival was ': : of the matter should precede! will be used to purchase equipment for the school alults:! in night class? >. This the season( will open state- a.
\\ wide, for the 16 coun-
ght'Mitchers except
set-vice complaints be receivedin number will be increassl! when
ties of northwestFlorlda, which 1 L 1
the future which, require the new Commercial: Vehicle FRANCHISE
Is Ready For You further hearing and determin Train Death Trial Date SetTrial Driver Training Course' gets will]November; open 15.two weeks later on

EVERY TUESDAY ation. -sonville.( The defendant railroad uneiway in No 'embf". The second phase dove( sea- H & R Block Is looking for a -eiponsicxe, udiv dual
: in me q 1>iuuuuu aamage ,
In addition to the Ical0.: capable of operating a volume -a business D tax
9:30I.: & 7:00: P.M.: still entered by L, II. Gibson Is represented by John S, Cox tech center, the Education<< son and the statewide season knowledge, while helpful Is ,io ,lecessaiv he a Block<
against the Seaboard! Coastline( of Cox and Webb of Jackson- Building Amendment Is of vital for woodcock hunting will also franchise Is compatible with, most flue, service oriented
Keystone Heights An effective flats for the Railroad: has been set for 9:30: ville. open on ]November; 15. businesses. We furnish:
I St. Anne's Parish House change in service will be announced a.n. November 24 by Circuit According to a statement by importance to the state's 28 Hunting Is allowed from one-
Ph. 47.1-3163: 473-3151 \ when: the Commission Judge George L. Patten.CLIbson's Police Chief Bobby Biggs after junior collsiea! and airs universities half hour before sunrise until TRAINING SUPPLIES
Issues Its final order. the accident last the Oglesby said! Enroll-: ( one-half hour after sunset for
v ......i.......... _.......................................rM1'r...............h.. daughter Gloria, teenage girls were year traveling merlin,\ these facilities as wellas resident game. Migratory birds ADVERTISINGAmerica's
: : *:;: :*:*:'::: *Kx'KDeWitt : : -:: Gai), 17, and another teenager ,
: tach expected
west Jefferson Street and vo- centers is ; be hunted from one-half
Lillian Palma Richards may
r ; filol were killed August, 1968 in their car failed to stop at the to( more than dsubls b,!y 1973.Voisrs hour before sunrise to sunset : ,cr
| C. Jones Funeral ti tiri a i ear-train collision at the crossing. A witness stated the are remin-stl: \' that a except dove which may be taken
Est Jefferson Street crossing crossing signals were opera- "yes" vote next TusfY111: from 12 noon to sunset. America's Largesr Tin< Service with Over 4,OOO offices
in Starke. ting. The train was the Sea- not 'be a vote for new taxes. The season for duck, coot :-l::; ; ---10B K. UNI\ERSITY AVE.
I;1: STARKE |;:;: Gibson, secondary education board Coastline's Silver Star They will simply be reaffirming and snipe will open one-half I TO: ?Ir GU.NESVILLE.: FLA. 32601 .
:, supervisor) ( in the Bradford passenger train. something 'already approved hour before sunrise on ]November ; -
:I::: PHONE 961-6200) 1 II :: County School system, Is suing The car, a 1966 Ford station by Florida voters Sn 1963. 27. The season for rail I chlsa Please Proilr tend m.me I your understand brochure there outlining is no obligation the H S, R on Block my Fran part. .
SCL. for damages 'In excess wagon, was knocked 55 feet by Under this program proceedsof and gallinule closes at sundownon
S-100,000 exclusive of Inter- the Impact. Both girls were revenues :derived! from the November 9. Name .______

| KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;|11. est and costs and a trial by pinned inside the automobile. utilities gross receLpts tax'!: Hunters between the ages of I Addr.ss .______ __. _..____ .
jury of all issues. Gibson Issuing Miss Richards lived more than were earmarked for a 50-year 15 and 65 must obtain a hunt-
;I' PHONE 4i.-316 Ir both( SCL and It. M. Cooper 24 hours after the collision. period, startlr' JanuEfy, 1964 Ing license, and all hunters U City,Stale,Zip Code __.. .
She was the daughter of Mr. over the of 16 must pos- Telephone No ____...___._
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:WW:::::::::::::y::;;;:'gs;;:::::VftW'WK'i'X'MWX'r'M't'WK'X'::::: ::::::::::: :::::: :::::':: :::::::::::::: Plaintiff Is represented by and Mrs. G. W. Richards of building bonds. sess a duck stamp before huntIng -
S. hompson .of Jack 627 Francis Street. Under the new Floilda Con- ducks. _CU*AMD MAIL TODAY: II.0. "
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The Moratorium's Message : I.;::;;/ '-iJt. t'" .n ;I4",: The Le-jlslature. In rr to(
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b.-r... \,\ fl. .... lf'I:\. \ :\ :,-t.. :: : 'fl.\ remedy the situation )placed: .'
"' \ Matthews .
"l' 'i" -: I Dear Mr. : '.
.ij.I0.: ;tl .:t r.,\; .t\r1\, a .'Ii"; .' J;.;\.:, an amendment. on the November -
f.. ..... I ''Want to know how sin- ','.
.r t.' ;:-1', .. );.\. !,;. you ,jeneral election ballot!
Senators Mansfield and Fulbright, as namese people. This request has always r tf'l' : If..t.{! :;" ;. .. :;:r..; {1:1: I cerely appreciative we are for 4. the Educational
Hubert Humphrey reasonable :' '; ,' ;;::'-..... .t. : have given to -
well os Democrats struck us as not only 4: i.a4 '.f.lPjI'j;: the good support you Amendment. Unless '
Dean Acheson have performed a unavoidable."We :< ;Ii\1ivr; \!:; q. ;,:\:::i."J :;;:.r;, to the "Higher Education Buildlnr! amount of
and as i'i;: : ; ,.. Jf..t h.' it Is continued: the
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service to President in the nearly two .',', : I.\\ ,,,,,;. .. Amendment" that will\ be on will be
helpful patriotic wonder if, rl"'H '. :(;:'o! .. : "' :"::! .','j funds:! for construction
Nixon in the cause of national unit centuries of U. S. history any American {,f'; i'ijt/j;; .!.. .'. -.-.co ;?-tl;;.${$'f :l\ :i I the electorat.e ballot for November approval by 4. the at a itsndstlll. If the E3uca-:::
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the search for peace in Vietnam.In Government has ever been engaged ..IV/.t.:: .:\: ( ':.. 0> '_'!''.'i':', .I''f'rl1 .:. tional Building Amendment! W
and ;: ;,\'.....!. .'::.:. ;: .1; I t".I.: .,,;". \. .,\ !.( President Stephen O'Connell continued $3S.OOO.OOO a year
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the case of the former Vice Presi- in a harder, more thankless task .:. ': n ;ttJ'P" t iTI V .tNit11;:; baa already portrayed moat will be made available to satisfy -

dent, Mr. Humphrey, and a former than is the present administration. r': ,j.-};;; \.t;;(: .,!, '.: ;l, graphically its critical effects the ned for additional educational : -
of State, Mr. Acheson, their Monumentally 'heavy pressures bear in :).d :r.r.\: ..,>,;. "' 0 ":!. .'P.IOJ.: I' on the University of Florida, WITHOUT:)
Secretary : facilities
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action has been commended by political upon the President from many direc- .. 'i': r/Pi',:;,?' ,,'l .V''r'J NEW TAXES.: :
observers as an example of .high- tions. There is the American public's :.F:: ; ;:: *f.II!;);; amendment that the adoption wiU make: of avail-this We hope the voters of Florida -
and the :: < :' t ';.M ;, k. '!' will Insurethat\ there will
above politics" help with the war .
minded rising disillusionment :. College
to Santa
.c'J:: !: \ '" 1'." able Fe In
thePresident's ,"I:. :. ,. '1".1., .. ., be room for their children
of the There is .jm..f
defend the Vietnam policies wish to see it ended. '3';...I.: :i;lt.::.:',:, almost $2 million vitally: one of Florida's fins vocational
jmbattled President.In obligation, as Commander- .. "."..,I..j":,,.." ';;"';';''"''' -I'':':.':'... L r.,(,,'(.;.: ,..,.11\';> needed:! : if our planned permanent training centers. Junior colleges -
the case of the two Senators, in-Chief, to see that this is done in an \'11'.t! : :!: ; .;,.t I }: .! ':(,t ,".j:1\: :"'it\:';:'/1" campus is to be completed or universities. Continue -

!Mansfield\ and Fulbright, both of whomare orderly way. There is Washington's ,:{ ; 'I' : _'{, l'j.rI": : j;' r .; ..\.:..(::...'J( on schedule. I think area voters the Educational 5ualliingAmendnl&nt .
"::1 ; !; r..5'i( \ !' '. .' ; ;/ ; !-!: need to know that the :failure 'ES"November
long-time opponents of tha war.theil' obligation, as the diplomatic center of ", .."',..' ...:! ".' !:'' ..:J:.' ....... '....., ..:..1{;;;: .1....1,:::,, of this amendment may by voting .
.r. t'.1 (1"1" ;': 4. 1969. .
the : '
mind t' ':'
of the president has bear .I
backing the free world, to :. i f. i : :/f(' ;-: lrJ.,: ( ';, ..... :r$;;;;:; ,;}. ;,. well mean that we cannot continue Charles Shepherd
been hailed as a contribution "to full consequences of any drastic ';:"' Jf;: .kl/!)-.,,' ':.1.1:, J. ;' .: .,. to accommodate the
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finding a national consensus on the change in American foreign policy. All .: ;a''.'V.I. \"'i .Ir.1.fi! : ;:.' ....!. ::,,. ;;q,,1.,:: j:..: !..:.::::. mushrooming enrollment At University of FloridaAn
most effective, responsible, and least such must be weighed and .1\;1i1.;: '.::"' ,'::: ,;,:"J," ,,''I. _ "' 1\4 rV'I: ,:- ,:;.j: : :;::'-" Santa Fe.
which end pressures feasible national "t fA1; \{ .;:!r >.f:,"r:: hS } 'J""('; .t;y' .. :'I{!i ;;'j 7..(; \7.! ;' :\\/f: ;J One other point that I be-
harmful manner in to molded into a single \ / I ;:Z" J.r: ; ; -" .i' ; Open LetterTo
':}< l.s'llp. ,; r j ) : "'. '. <:t', ';; :' "ili'fi; d.;"I. lieve needs clarification is that
America's large-scale participation in program." \'4:; '\"i.I'l\I'-: ;;, '. I." "; '.d.tfi: : \ t 1' :< !!t: ; ,!''i .'I'" this is not a bond issue vote Rep. Gene Shaw:
Vietnam." Subjecting a President to savage "\.\ .;;. :\ : .;!' ;-:):. ;. ',:;:\ ifj, ?;,.;<;=);t '.. ,!,.. ed1Farmers In answer to your Issue --
has term.

Backing from these 'sources must bea and wholly unfair and unwarranted '::j'-...].;-::ff.'..,''I,;t"..1i,..!!"'I 7l"J';;;'"4'" .,,! 1 I'; ,'....t....1"'!1\!.,'..'(",,"2j.:1':=Co i.-I4.i\: I i'fJi";"..V0,..: .!>tt, :.t'J;'(. as ed It and frequently that passage of the from about May changing to Ssptsmbsr'the Primaries:
President Nixon in critics are "" \"' r-o 'fy..f. : ,1 lt ;..h'- "; ;I-1': '' ,, amendment will mean no ad1dltlorval -
great comfort to attack--as some of the war / ,. .: .. :,; ".' !.. -... of the
'IS !. citizen
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the face of last week's "Moratorium" doingis nothing new in American taxes. As you know. United Spates. have thai! rightto
will merely authorize the issuance -
demonstrations against his policies in history.!! of revenue certificates say my piece on thlsi question -
suffered worse also voter end a
Vietnam. George Washington on'future utility tax receipts I am a
In the opinion of political writer idignity thin anything yet hurled at already dedicated through the God-sent: child like all others,

Joseph C. Harsch, Mr. Nixon is under President Nixon. Andrew Jackson was DiaryIn year 2014 for higher education and a Christian. askingtoo .
I think: you pecple are
fire now because the general public vilified in every conceivable way. purposes.I much of us voters when

has not realized how much he| is Abraham Lincoln might have been Impeached Next Thursday, Nov 6, whena that capacity, Sam got to that know this you progressive share my concern forwards you and all the rest know there

doing to de-esclate the war. if he had not been assassinated pecan auction sale will be know him well, and to respect ep be taken In promoting are plen ty of our votersi! who

Senate Leader Mansfield called upon first. Franklin Roosevelt was sub- held at the Starke State Far- him as a man of his word, ';quality education in Florida can't write to .answer for them.

the public to support the President's jected unspeakable indignities and mers Market we will get a a good family man, a kind man and hope you will be able to( selves.I .
policies, saying that Mr. Nixon had criticism. Hariy Truman was denounced better Idea of just how light who couldn't say "no to customers support this amendment in say for the May Primary
the yield Is this season from who had no money when Elections: to stand like they
lessening of the fighting.Sen. traitor his political oppon- both; your news and editorial
brought a by
as pecan groves In this section. he ran a grocery store, and as are. It U the first time Jin my
Fulbright, who is chairman of Reports Indicate that this will a civic servant who served the coverage between now and November life that voters had the rightto

the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee ents.The:! institution of the presidency be an "off year, because of City of Starke and Bradford 4. anything to say for them-

accepted the President's word survived all those episodes that dark- rainy weather and an Infest- County. He was also one of the Your continuing cooperationfor education selves bout God made it, pos
the of higher
support -
that the White House was indeed ened of American history ation of scab on the nuts as best outdoorsmen in this area, sible for us to have at sand
some pages is most sincerely
well as other things, but the Ram McGarvey and there was scarcely a placeIn bite
By wlch. Please eat It. Don't
seeking to ">vind down the war in and Mr. Nixon and his Vietnam policies real situation will not be kriown the area which he hadn't ciated.: tongue. Please study for

Vietnam." will undoubtedly survive the until the market opens. Prices & Light had some trouble antour hunted or fished in during his Cordially yours. your your own. selves. The House

"These fwo voices are probably the current rhubarbs.We will also be established at that power went off. It came lifetime. Joseph W. Fordyce took our Constitution away

strongest in Congress on this particular do not deny anyone the right time. back on just In time for the from us and never askfi us. I

topic," says the Christian Science to voice, within the law, his dislike of game and that night when Sam Oct. 29. 1969 prayed:!' to God (that some!! day
decided to set the clocks back, A fact about him that wasn'tgenerally
Monitor. "While their words will not the war in Vietnam. It is ironical, how- Bob Allen, market manager, he found It had already been known Is that his Dear Editor: we voters would have th* rightto

end all criticism of the President.... ever, that these very protests of said that only the one sale done by FP&L. people came from \Macclenny On November 4. Florida:! voters say for ourselves. W> the
these statements will almost certainly America's policies may be having the has been scheduled so far, but originally and that that city will decids! whether I there people that are poor that:; feed
will be room In Florida's:' higher the rich, and pay the taxes-
that If the volume of pecans at time called Darby-
was one
carry great weight in both housesof effect of actually prolonging the war education system for their voters, you .better wane up
Is than anticipated
greater ville.
Congress and with that wide bodyof by offering hope to Hanoi that the other sales will be conducted Speaking! of set-backs, thereis children: and the children of right now.. The people we voters -

responsible, middle-of-the-road sidoail papuip! 'B a-ia adoad[ UBOuaiuY: : so long as the volume of nuts a bug or virus or "knockerdowner" tomorrow. put in offics. but what good
thinking which wishes to trust White and will'ultimately destroy their warrants It. Allen also said going around now that In Just seven years the needs did 1t .ch? They do( as! they

House\ efforts but heretofore has not country's will to fight, thus handing that volume In other pecan production Is causing a great deal of dis- for classroom space In Flor please. Voters please waite up.I .
been certain it could do so. North Vietnam a victory if it just areas In the country Is tress. Soon after Sam returned Fortunately, Mr. Darby lived ida's higher education! system pral.se\ my God for givingme
about normal. from his vacation, he caughtit long; enough to see the new will double. The citizens of talents and knowle3r The
"President Nixon's first and foremost holds on long enough.$ Such hope and !lad a miserable time courthouse and to occupy his of Florida can provide for these State of Florida is being! l ruin

request of the country has been afforded Hanoi naturally makes it reluctant trying to keep going with all office there, even though for needs>:! WITHOUT NEW TAX ed by voters not speaklnr their

that he be given time to reduce the to negotiate a peace. the symptoms of the 'flu.* It only a brief time. He attendeda piece. r am a 79 year old

American commitment at a rate and That is the real tragedy of the Mor- Last week when Hurricane is widespread now and sufferersare County Commission meetingthe ES.In 1963 Florida voters approved mother of 1(5( children), and

in a way which would neither carry tions that convey Hanoi a vision of Laurie was wandering around taking pills like candy In night before his death, and the Educational BuildIng raised:! 11. I believe I know a
the Gulf, the weather here was it. at that time, made referenceto Clod.
trying to combat Amendment by well overa little about it. praise
the threat of military disaster nor atorium and other such demonstra- unsettled, to say the least. We the fact that while he opposed two to one margin. Under the People. Just give up and the

seem to be a scuttling of 'America'smonl American weakness rather than had a lot of wind and some cutting down any more program, revenues from gross first thin: \? you all know tthers'll

obligations to the South Viet- strength. rain and all the while we were trees around the courthouse, utilities! tax receipts ,were earmarked be someone to tell you what
waiting to see If the storm Bradford County lostoneof a cedar tree obstructed a view until the year 2014 for you eat. for breakfast, I say no
came this way and brought heavy prominent citizens last week of traffic and should be re- retirement of revenue certifi change In dates. of Primary

rains. Fortunately it did not when Charles Darby, clerk of moved. cates. .when the new constitution Election. Let's have May.

I and we were spared the trou- the circuit court, died suddenly became effective the Please lie! sure voters put God: :
From cyclamates to pollution bles that flooding. would have at his home. The news wasa bonding authority was not In- first and pray.S. .
brought on. shock to a large number of
eluded F. and Katie Bell Orlffis."If .
... -
We did not have to set our people, particularly those who Earlier, he had made a strong,

The United States Government's ban on to be a billion-dollar one and the prod- electric clocks back an hour had within recent years worked* successful plea for saving a :: ::::::::::::::::::::::SttWAWAiSWiwraj ::::::::::::: : :::::::: :::: ;:;;;:::':::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::: : ::::::::::::::
the use of cyclamate artificial sweetenersIs ucts affected have been highly popularand to standard time last Saturday closely with him as the clerk fine oak in front of the build-

bold, far-reaching, and first-rate. It: soughtafter.We before night. Earlier the TV football In the was day,sche-soon' of the County Commission. was Ing and unofficially at that time named, the tree The 1 j 1 Codiene-based Cough Syrups

Demonstrates a federal readiness to hope that, where it is right and fit- doled l to come on Florida Power Darby Oak. .:.: :1&:v:

move swiftly and decisively to protect the ting, the government will act with equal Being Misused By Many
public health. boldness in other fields where only broad .

Raises hopes that Washington will governmental action can do away with a ,) It"s a WOIIUI'S' Getting hooked on cough syrup 'you take enough, they can

also begin to move with like toughness continuing threat to human wellbeing.The Chamber News ? Better watch it.Such things cause death by cardiac !arrestor

against other health and comfort threats, foremost of such fields is that of :..;.tJfl happen The ,fact you know.that hundreds of you respiratory sta rt shooting depression it Info; your If

above all the sundry kinds of air and pollution.As .
thousands of Americans are veins, -as some users do. you
water pollution now besetting life in is well known, the American publicis By Join Myers seriously misusing codlene- can suffer open sores and ulcers -

America. now fully ready to give strong supportto based syrups and paragorJc has and run the risk cf hep-
We have many things to: be
Lifts the standard of federal con- measures to end the disgraceful befoul- By. Martha Sue McCain' prcud of in Biadisrd;; County caused Dangerous the Bureau Drugs of to Narcoticsand atitis.
cern over whatever can be clearly shown ing of the nation's air and waterways. In proposenew Though the cough syrups and
'County Extension and pride in our comma.Lysuglesu restrictions on their sale.A paragortc have previously been
t tc- .e inimical to the public interest. fact, there is an increasingly sharp note Home Economics Agent the total involvsmant national survey by the bureau exempted from restrictions -

This newspaper has never advocated in the public's demand to know why moreis of all our citizens in iu con has disclosed that some a prescription is now

accepted the theory that public authorities !- not being done on this crucial challenge.This LEARN TO SHOP FOR in which they are availableon tinuing cultural and economic:: drug stores across the coun- needed to buy them in several

particularly health authorities, have public dissatisfaction is heightenedby PROCESSED VEGETABLES the market. progress. What better way to try were 'selling cough sr- states. Six other state pro-

the right or the duty to regulate individual the feeling (supported by official Cannpd and frozen vegetablesare This latest in the Home and show youn pride tnan to become rups by involved the cartonand" into that the the hibit their sale to persons under -

treatment of the human body. Such studies) that air pollution (and indeed wholesome and nutritious Garden Bulletin series Is a- a member 01 t your Chamosr of people hundreds of thousands.run The 21. but Florida has no
restrictions.The .
interference should be kept to a mini- water pollution as well) is still rising. necessities when fresh in our vegetables diet, especially are- vailable Consumer for Information the asking Center at your, Commerce The first?question that many survey found that many deaths new federal regulations

mum. But the banning from sale of a One federal study reckons that 140 million out of season. But not all that Extension Home Economics Of- people Task LaVtlat .den a were associated with these require that cough syrujps\ with

product which can be shown to carry tons of contaminants are being are in cans and packages are fice, Agriculture Center. Cnamoer of Commece do?" items, and that controls Imposed codiene and/or paragwrle. be

l physical danger does not constitute Inter- loosed into the American air every year alike In quality, and the difference MORE BROILERS This question can beat be answered by, most states were Inadequate sold only by registered! pharmacists

ference. It is a normal measure of pro- compared with 130 million tons just two In quality means a dif- BECOME CARRYOUTSBy by descriolng the purpose You can become addictedto that the drugs not be
sold 10. those under 18 unless
I tection. ference In taste, In texture,and the tub, barrel, box or and cbjectivsa of the these substances just like <
years ago. they have a prescription, and
Health, Education, and Welfare Secre- HEW has acted bravely and well in the and appearance In its price.of the vegetable basket--eat it in your car, takeit Chambsr of Commerce. The any other narcotices and suffer that only small amounts be
home or on a picnic more Staike-Bradford
tary Robert H. Finch's order to withdrawall matter of cyclamates. Let us hope that it The Consumer and Marketing and mote broiler chickens make :purpose County CiamtJr of the cf Commsrce all the*attendant John medical problems given to any consumer withina

products using cyclamates (other than will find the legal means to act with like Service of the U. S. Depart- their final trip as southern- Is to promote commercial industrial soll. ,director says of the E.bureau.Inger- 48-honir\ period.

with a physician's prescription) is a justified boldness where pollution is concerned. ment of Agriculture has established tried carryouts.It agricultural and cIvic

use of federal policing power. There is one thing of which the govern- grades of quality for Is estimated that about interests of .the community, Strawberry

Furthermore, it shows considerable gov- ment can be sure. And that is that the many canned, and these and frozen U. S. grade vegetables output 10 per now cent meets of total the broiler publicin educate Its menVoeis and itis Picking Machine 2 Area Public:

ernmental boldness when it is recalled public will heartily back it in any such standards are used by proces- this way, and the percentageis public to a piojer sauce of Dove Fields To(

that the cyclamate industry is reckoned efforts. The Christian Sci'encu Monitor; sors, buyers, and others as a expected to Increase. civic duty ana to atiord! its Being DevelopedA
basis for establishing the value The carry-out market demands members opiwitunity to study Open SaturdayThe .
of a product. Some processorsand uniform quality and problems of civic and industrial new strawberryharvestingmachine
distributors also label can- weights within narrow range-- development. The. Cnamber has bean developed at Game and Freshi Water

I ed and frozen vegetables by 2.5 to 2.75 pounds per bird. is a non-pi'out, non-partisan; Louisiana: State University, ac- Fish Commission's two I /[::-- grade. Commercial buyers now select non-sectional and: non-sectarian cjrciinf to an 'announcement by east region public dove! fields

The Bradford County -:. Now the Consumer and Marketing broilers to their own specifications organization: dedicated to community .the Southern Regional Education will be open to hunting October
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED c; '-. -: Service has prepareda from large flocks, but Service: Eeor.cmlc;; Progress Board of Atlanta. 25 for the first time during the
booklet which will help It Is reported that the 1969-701 dove season.
you! the future may see whole operations ana Cultural Go\uri of 13-foot
.4& select the canned or frozen devoted to growing broil- the community it selves. It is machine moves: about half a Steven K. Stafford Regional
1879 .... :\ vegetable which will be best ers that fit carry-out specifications an organization composed of mile an hour and harvests berries Game Biologist for the Commission -

aeBillle for the use you have in mind. Current trend Is toward farmers merchants industrialist with a vacuum head that reports birds In sufficient -

lie who sows bountifully The booklet, 'How To Buy' marketing broilers at cattlemen, pi-ofeaslcrul holds them upright;: while rake- numbers to allow good

MIM I* I will also reap bountifully. Canned and Frozen Vegetables, heavier weights. men and; women, and civil like fIngers on a revolving: belt shooting on both th. Santa
(Ml Cu:6)\) : has sections on checking the minded citizens wlio: have as. pluck the fiuit.According Juana and Olustee field!,
quality of the contents of can
FLORI A ESS \Vu have been' fiven tin inner or package, on what the buyer APPLES PLENTIFULAn sociated tlvanuelves with theChatnzr : the new to harvester the announcement "holds The Santa Juana field! Is located -
ta m:1u
in :
i I IIHWIT of thought that can. can learn from a quick look apple a day Is not likely oir promise of saving Louisiana'soncebooming 3 miles south 0:1: SR 16
ASSO ON literally transform. our lift at the label, on sizes and ser- to keep the doctor away, but our community a better place off of SR 315. The 'Olustee
vings, with a handy table which In which to live and; make a strawberry! in- field Is 12 miles of Lake
< | Hut thought, must !lit' ('onccii- it Is tasty and nutritious, comes dustdy from virtual east
shows the approximate amountof llvim. They ale people who extinction.: City an L'S 90. A daily $2
tralcd, in li > HlVHivr., Hy ("Jl- in attractive fall colors, can
cooked vegetable obtained feel a deep senss of July toinspeve shooting permit will bei available
be for with- -
kept long periods
crnlratiritf I i vtlmlly mi I K""" | l ludustiy, Chamber of Ccmme.'CJ. The
business and :
from cans and packages. I low out refrigeration, doesn't need at the gate.
filll( I "" K vegetables are grown and pro. and will to Improve living onUitions, more Ideas we have the
E. L. MATIIIEWS. dItor.1'iibllai.t | ThiHittlil.s anil attiluili-s of cessed for freezing and canning special packaging to improve government an.I to greater;! will be tt-.3 impulse for Hunters are reminded of the

Pnbllihed each Thursday and catered M 8.c.s. .sin rcMH /anil I |>rosn'i, |, ,'ily I |irrisltiitly is told, and there are sections prices be in should plentiful be low.supply, so 01)Cl'l1te'holly nnl; completely action and tha mOl e tfat:
dais Matter al the Po.t Office at Stark FUrUa |I I t lu'lil. I i proilurt'I abiinilancr.': I on styles, seasonings\ and sau- Apples are one of the three in tha public interest. be accomplished for Bradford! hours doves for ver dove day. are Legal from scooting 12:00

under Act .1 March 3r4, U7f.Hublcrlptlon k Coiiccnlralliik'" / on hap"it't', ces. fruits on the U. S. Departmentof Any individual association.flim County so let's act now to noon Hit sunset. Maps and :
In trade area: 1 year, N.MI; OvUU. ', more harmonium, ways: II I'i iluI Half of the bulletin describesthe Agriculture's list of plen- or] CO'P I':1lI011: is .lUible effectively plan for cur: future.Be ulations for the Santa! Juana reg-

.de area I esr. ".It I illK IhiltKH. : will! >irli| IM find grades of more than two tifuls. The list also contains for iiumucisli.lp; and it la urged proud) of ycur community\ and Olustee field are available
I irinrr joy I in I living.i dozen of the more popular vegetables fresh pears and canned pea that all civtu-mlmlcJ; cltLiens of and join ycur Chamber cf Com. at the Commission's Lake City
along with the styles ches. our comniun.ty: support:; their raerce now I office.Our .

I.A(;E 10 TELECilCAl'II OCT. 30. 1969

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? Guard Iho follow IIIL i'.Inlpnn|< in :mPlllH MO'l'H'l; EIl' I N l'l\'l'll. ii T )i 'nne No, nsl( >-ll tlon to tin- IIalh'I, til 1,111 ,II oil UUI.ISTICII'It TI riotS Otto II. llklm, Jr., and TIaxelJT T, for mull, at I he I-'ri nt lioor July 30. 1001. and recorded In ida and suu.iect to exintinir Pl:ntY
lakes Changes 1-lliliS n-l Yard Onrwoo I'laintirrn, the O. H. nook 147. pane 245 of the rlght-ol-
NAId > HK-UM. hlB wife of Alachtia Countv CourtliotiKe easements and road To : .Tnn Vnrrlnirt.in T7nlnl-I
Crniio. Miniri NO ;r-n with .1-4 otUv, l la luiri'liy riven lliuinndorHlxiii'il. -VH- let,rnle True look 1 .,well. ) In OalneHvlIci, Florida, on public records of Alachtia County wav. You Are Hereby Notified that
In Requirements dig yard Tlurli"l; ThK( niiK-hlnr the iinilor tin KI'OVlKlDiiM Jr., and Kl Inn both U Uowoll.MX the 7th ilav of Novomlu-r. lfll.liotwcen Florida. The said real prdpFYtMW eke j ran net Ion frr nivorce baa been
) '
1 nut w.ilit ol (''hiililli30in.! .!, Lawn a Ito. I>i>rt>iuliinti4.NOTK'M the hoiirN of 11:00: A.M. AND ALSO: ..afore nll m tin II hn sold ,to' KUmf'y,' ..filed naralnst you and you are
-1HB1 Koi-d Pick-up
;II--1 Quarter
OF IM.KUK'S FOUE- and 2:00 P.M. The Norlha ,M & i 'f
the brim .Tudirment.
tnic-li. of Klorlrta.' : dame said( Flnnl Hfpoti'lrcil' to serve n copy of your
Two significant changes have Neciln n' tajTR. riurlofi ulih a Clt'I'It41uf\ilto CI.OSITUII MALI the Ii-Knl houi'M of snip, tho following of the Northoant Quarter Tinted In Oalnpsvll1eAla'rhtia, ..written defences. If nnv to It,
Sealed bids on theno niilchlnpH Nonce In herehv plven, purntianl clencrllipd real (7I:'' ) of Section 7. Township this '. dtiy
Clriiult property Florida )
('our). In mill for Hrad< County the plaintiff's nttorncv,
en announced by the Coast mill ho opened tho' mnrnlfiR lot ftatl c'luiniy FNirlda, 1 lo Uhnptcr 702, Klorldn Stnlt na tho properly of the 1 liefencl- 8 South. Range 22 East of October, 1909. ..-'iW '( Q fn Hvhosc aiirt nfldresii IsHonornVilP
Nov. Aril nt the Hrnrtfnrd ,, Oouh- Qentlull Iiils eon tefl, 1IHI7. that ptirftuant toa > ants, Furnle Trueluck IJowell, AND ALSO:: -y-; name
uard Academy that will af- tv CoinnilnHl uieotlna nl tho proof or pub| | of deBerlbodplecp T.P in follow-In
< Jnilfrmpnl of 1 Koricloiire *- All of the F.1ta
Klnnl Jr.. L. Kowell,
and Kllxnheth ron
tice of ct-rtTis nrlatnnlw'Irt
rirllll un nnmo otC'ardltinl A. Flor-ldn. And flip the
ict 1970 seniors making appHition Court IlotiKe, St arIi Klurldii the tract of land
heretofore entered on his wife, to-+i Ih: parcel or Of The Circuit Court
StureB. under \vlil h Imm Clerk
to become cadets. Them nitii'liln* \\ III liner to ODKIIKOI! In huxliiPfH nt<; 150 I 23rd day of October. 1(10(1( ( In The Knm llnlf (K",1 of the situated, lying nnd' helm In the Ty Rmllv \Vaterhouio the Aerie of the nhove
be moved at rxp-'liar of Purch- pendlnffn of Countv of Bradford State of styled court on or before 24thrtnv
1Vrat Ihr aliiive Htylcfl caiiHf Aouthenxt Quarter (Skit
the first time College i I'nll St., stnrko, Florlila. Deputy Clerk November. 10BK. other-
For of
axer.TheaN 1'utlnn I Dollar t'o. ot North tho Circuit Court of Florida, the Houth unit ntrance Examination Board nuifhlnen I only IIP viewM yin 1a .. Olu(I I I l.'li.rlilii Ave Rluliih .ludli-lnl Circuit. In nun NortliPn t Quarter (NH'i ) nnd Tho West llnlf (Wi;.> of the wlsi* n Jttdirmenr may be enter
nt the- s.iiiltnrv lilulflll.Stnrkc Civil (Nit'lS of r ed nvalnst von for the relief demanded
will be ; JlioUxi nvllle. Vnn.Hoil \ fin Aliichtia County, In the KI-.I Half ((18'j1 of the Northeast Quarter
st scores accepted Fin. Am" (PUIrlrt( ( or thin lard: of Oiitoliei Action No. C-BMI-G9, In which 1, NortnwiM I Quarter (NW'O of the Northeast Quarter (NR'l) The Circuit Court -F.laIKhJmllrlnl In the complaint or
ie tests taken prior to the County Interest, Inl In + Irtrlnqlhla 1 1 IJ69: ;!> .n sturki-ilny Hrailfuiil -- I-'iii'iilc Trucluck Itnwoll' Ir the Norilipast Quarter (NR"i ) of Section C. Township 8 South, rireillt Of Flnrldnl) In pet Hin.AVltnes.
lecember 6 date, as well as cqulpm, n- slniiilil Sri In c unt.Kloi nl.il illlll( KI/Mbctll I.. ltnuoll. lilt and one n.-re. In the Northwest Ranfire 22 nn t.LRSS And For nrnilfonl County mv hand and the anal
tollPh vllh l.i-lc Trawlik.Dlrcetor. wiio., in lii remliinti, tinundci corner of tho Smnhpnut Quarter TIOAVRVKR. the portions CIVIC, ACTION of snld Court on O'-tober 21,
l 111 SI H 11-30
,Mi December 6 test. In years MI v>,uii I,, rvmtvol, ti. ,.I| \ i 'in UK 1'..n i i". t'lv i kol (Hr'i ) of Siitlon.. 0. Town- nf the fi roirolnpr property (nag \e. 113'l lns0sI
ast only the December test Bradford fi.iiuM Tloilth Uepurtment. I !n., 'Jii.i. cmrt. cud r :ind by i hull c -J.inli. r.aitRO: 22. KaM ronw.-vod h\ d irda ,ro. orded In Tarv Crtiinblev penn Hatpin, ( .%T.1
1'ln no. nfI; i 771 i2 In 'Hi 1 rlrenll I i.iin Or Flnrliln. \ ii n... .n' the I id IH .uf snld LK"-: ." lii\\o'r.. tho portion ofan O. IT MII ,It 441'. p.iu-i- -l'i and O. Pln'n'lffvs' Jan \VarrlnstonTT.ilnln. Vlrprlnln T Dnrl vAc
(cores would be accepted. _'" I'I.hlh .I ndl.-luI In tilt, In And talc ( 31(1( vuhllcrecords. Cli. "i "I Court
in ; l'i-0 I nl ,ion! v\ III off. r for 1.. in ioit\. I mvoypil to the n. Bo ik 14T. pear Pefendnnt.NOT1CR < > (
The second major change is l-l \ I.I..hua < uuni. i "'I. ..n "< II il Dlllllh, .Illon flue Rtai. a t riorldn. l by deed dated Alii: loin '"* tntv Flor OF SUIT NO FHO- 1 1T> < 4t 11-20

n the eyesight requirement all r w r LII I I A 11 11 t ta I 111 w w aw n w r Ia1 a w w w w tr
itch for years has been 20/30, 1 rw r t. r r r r r llt. r r w .. .... .a tlarrtl.rw

orrectable to 20/20. Now, ap-

ilicants may have a visual achy 1

of only 20/40, correctable

o 20/20. In addition, the Superintendent r
of the Academy 1 I 1

nay grant a waiver to out

standing applicants whose

Isual acuity is 20/100.

These changes are to a program

of admissions that is u- TURKEY

nlque among the nation's four I 1

military academies. There are 1 I I I

no congressional appointments n'' 0 s

made to the Coast Guard Academy 1 t' i i I
A- i
and there are no quotas 1 I X OR I

it any kind. Those who are accepted 1 1

as cadets make the grade
solely on personal ability. 1 M 1 LEG QUARTERS ,

Additional information and r SUPERMARKETS

application forms can be obtained

from the school guidance 1

counselor or by writing
to the Director of Admissions, i r

V. S. Coast Guard Academy, 1 1

New London. Conn. 06320.


Grand Lodge 1 Y I I 1

Officers To Visit I i''IS DEv y a 4> 'k',\ I I 1 when Savings Count. .. I

1 i t I Ia 1

Local Elks I ; COUNT ON US !

District Deputy Grand Exalted

Ruler William O. Dailey. of / 1 snvE jI 1

St. Augustine, will make his PRICES GOOD THURSDAY

official visit to Starke Lodja ,yt I ; 10 l LB WEDNESDAY NOV. 5, THRUI.


at 8 p.m.Dinner I I
will te serves promptly I

7 for visiting Elks
at p..m I r
,11418 ,
expected from Jacksonville

St. Augustine, Palatka, Gresn

Cove, Gainesville, anj Lake

City. Initiation! will be held as

part of the Official visit.

All msmtsrs of the local

lodge are urged to attend this .,
Important meetlnj. Lodge Officers 1
.ryut, 4111
Committee Chair r
., :M coon cola
man will meet at 6:30: p.m.LCGAL n

xoTirr.. U.S CHOICE ; ,
I wilt not be re punslbl. for
any debt other than those
contracted by myvelf. Dclbort
I'Jordan, Rochester, N. Y.
10-30 lti> 11-20

Notice Of Adoption Of nesvlu-
IOU or lluiinl uf County fumllMMli ,
nt>r* Cumluy A Count) rbi y, (( >1 w
Uriidrd' llom|.ln.v*rk.u5 MJl py
OC 8 ull inn 43.'S u+i lla111 p, 7 Vow in, I'ror '
Itlllllftt SI email, 1*>IIIJ4 llt'ltY fl'll
Stale Itmid ail linn I >. ;ioiAmi CABIAOt
UlKcliiiiiiliiK; II mil I or
Count Ami 'I nv I'm.Ilu In Ami ROLLS OR
To'I'he Lund I.)Ina Mil Inn 't be ''STUFFEDPEPPERS
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afuredeacrlljed lands. rI Pr :
baled lhla titli day ol Octu-
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Uoard Uf County Communion"
Of Bradford Cuunty, Florida
Hy -8CharUs A. Darby
Clerk o< uld Uuard

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19th Knirr Iln d > a KA 12SS(5iiil( :!
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6317 You Are TTcrohy Notified that r
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Our editorial. Take care, son, eat proper food, don't protest in the rain9 -

''".,'.'\\I.:'.:r-:;''','' 11IlI \J ;\ \r".::lrj'i; (:;. Letters to U.SMAILC .::

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The Moratorium's 'b!.;i,... :\\t. J r'ti r '' .f.'l' '
MessageSenators r'1 ,. J ; t t ';' The Legislature In order to
: ; .
( jl 1969
> Oct. 23
\=.::1.d.I."t .. liil'y : t"Jf49A '' .: t.' placed .'
..'...,\;.1,:' :;;.in"' ? :c 1 \ _/." '" .;o.'P't'\, ; \ Dear Mr. Matthews: remedy the situation, .
:.iJ'l ;ti'l'! : ..; U\'U\ .' }; .:.. Z:;.i':, sin an amendment on the Novem .
,1"," .,Jt..I" 'I' { I'want' you to know ballot .0'
'; J; '..,', ",\ ,general election
: ber 4.
and "
Mansfield Fulbright as has always .
This "" .
namese people. request !j" : : "J. :) ::1. {; ..I,,' cerely appreciative we are tot Educational!

wellS Democrats Hubert Humphrey struck us as not only reasonable, .I;: ': : : 1I ''.I"Jh; _<::':,,',,11'i.}'! .: \ the good: support you have given Building to CONTINUE! Amendment the Unlessit

and Dean Acheson have performed a but as unavoidable. ;. !" ':. : ',,"/'i! (>:..rJ> to the "Higher Education:! continued the amount of

helpful patriotic service to President "We wonder if, in the nearly two ..i..,.f,l.'r;W ;I'J',.\"'.:',ir'.-.,'".""." Iii.".::,.1.':*.""/i.,,r.; ,.j." .. ;,\,{ Amendment" that will be on funds:!is for construction will be

:Nixon in the cause of national unity centuries: of U. S. history, any American iti,. I. ,.'f-'...;;!:.'\': ; ......... ;::' rr.' : 'I'd. ;:J the ballot for approval by theelectorace at a standstill. If the Educational
and the search for peace in Vietnam. : Government has ever been engaged !'';:!.;,\\\I..i'f\o'i.-rf.\./' ;'!'!.'.;l;:.: '." I 11)Yp ) t"\O: : t'1f'r.: :!.; L! ""''':'"I"I{, President on Stephen November O'Connell 4. BulMlng Amendment iscontinued .

In the case of the former Vice President in a harder, more thankless task ':.:\:'rrit: ;;;' t(;;,' C"tr1 "V'J"'A'{ :(;,'"'';:''{1. has already portrayed most will be made, 35000.000 available to a satisfy year

Mr. Humphrey, and a former than is the present administration. r j'-\.i;;: :;..' Ci"" ..f ::,(l" [graphically its critical effectson the needs for additional educational -
Secretary of State, Mr. Acheson, their Monumentally 'heavy pressures bear in .... ;;; ;..,, .. rn 0 ,.I..F.,:..Joo\\ the University of Florida, WITHOUT
I;..':i .l1, i {x. }:.::A I-, t \:: and I would like to( point out facilities
has been commended by political direc- \ ,
action the President from ;
upon many '1:/', "' ;':;" ':'f ;:.V''r"A; NEW TAXES.
example of "iiigh- 'i .. i!" 'J'.; : j1.qa:': };. that the adoption of this of Florida .
observers as an tions. There is the American public's .' -,,'i 1" ",:"ML+' :";I{ make avail- We hope the voters
minded rising above politics" to help with the war and the i.\. 'J.i"K'S j .; k'::i...o. amendment will I insure that there will
disillusionment ( .
: .to : ,, Y. to Santa Fe Junior College -
: : : \ \:1': : tl: ,.' able ,
defend the Vietnam policies of the wish to see it ended. There is thePresident's .?I"," "',' r"", 'j.j: ....,.,,-,,'! '... almost $2 million vitally be room for their children in
;'.. .'I'I.tt.. : .!r"",'.;. ; ',:"J :;;!';. .:' '. of Florida's fins vocational
embattled President.In Commander- .. . obligation as needed: if planned permanent -
.. r : our
fj' :>Jr"! ; : \ 4 \ Junlocol
; :; U\\ :; :::i]'! !; training centers, -
the of the two Senators, this is done in an \', '-; ?i\ : campus !Is to be completedon
case in-Chief, to see that ; ; := \" \-1 ;" ; f.J.jNj: : universities. Continue ,
,, \ ,.. leges or
Mansfield and Fulbright both of whomare Washington I"v;:: t..1 ,'"! ,;,,- '" __ ........., ;, schedule. I think area vot-
There is < :". Educational Building .
{ ; the
way. : "t. I .t: ,, : '\' .r.v.
; : ( ; failure
f I' the
,' need to know that
M1 /
long-time opponents of thfj war center of .o.tb.l"'h: ,.: ,, " ers voting "YES"November .
obligation, as the diplomatic .'\ .I '''' '. '''r. ......... Amendment by
; : :';; '.'.1'( : ; ...::... .;, .r..I',.., 'l"P of this amendment may
their backing of the president has world bear in mind the :" "I ; i' ?;..": .p.. ; : 4. 1969.
to .
the free ..... '. :,',"" '.'W ,.' ,, "; "" \ '..r-"F." ,:':::., well mean that we cannot con-
been hailed as a contribution "to of drastic I' ''I ''l'.1,1.' ,..\'' ::;: ,,' ..," / .:: .' Charles Shepherd
: .
full any c accommodate the
consequences ra! !1'" ,'$' l .t. ., r"" .'. r'i tinue to
:H' .
All ': "irt: .. ". :. ..."i.I.-( ... ;" .....:..,. ... ,., President Student Body
national .
the at
.. .
consensus policy. .
finding on enrollment
foreign :" .
a change in American '1' P' \. "' ..j ." '.'" '".' ('. :''' mushrooming
.,' -),' '.. ) .'." ... ..,. ,. i"" ; .. of FloridaAn
'!'/'d ,f.,\:) : "" !,. f. :,10. :" :; ... .'j' (.' >.::
most effective, responsible, and least such pressures must be weighed and "" i'":(,if'."bat: .it.. "'),,.';'(::It."H': ; P>'I .! 'I" ';, ; ..6'::,'" Santa Fe.
harmful manner in which to endAmerica's single feasible nationalprogram. 3"ir,:; >\ 1 1 t" : il.: j}. i";:{,l.4ri.i.; : : :;Y' f; :(:h.(.; '!+L : }:,;!'.:;! :\ ;;1 One other point that I believe -
molded into .
a ::..irer1.t: I .: n-. ,' i' ,;. !, 0il. Open LetterTo
t:>.IV! e1 : ; ; :, {vl't: ;: ;:S4:: ';/;{;,: I needs clarification is that
large-scale participation in ." '."\ ;;:;'tttyitif," \ : \.f.t..i.t.1i.};) : \::} .'. !t :;!<,j' IZ 1 : ,''i'e! : {ef(. this, is not bond Issue vote Rep. Gene Shaw:
< a
Vietnam." Subjecting a President to savage ; ) i:>";1 :'t.\r.t'? ,.:,:.fM \ '! : ':; : .Ji' l;":;";:;:t.'tP"h:...,... 61 In answer to your Issue
it term.
Backing from these 'sources must bea and wholly unfair and unwarranted '::::4.....&.';.r:1::!! Zi! .".f. '4- t,. 'I'I I,( ',. .lJt..r.(..,,.' "ti.-t.A.'t"-'r'ifjfi'r/Jfy, :' .. : ;! !jt" .otv..II( ed as and has frequently that passage been of the about changing the Primaries
.r.I"A.: ,. 't: r. "'
to September: :
great comfort to President Nixon in attack-as some of the war critics are ;,. \ ('tl/nrSry..1.!""..1" .<.fM", ."'..':;..! ir it'9rlSrbt'!'v3+;,t q.";!,(.0:"'" ,.. .1. ..., amendment will mean no additional from Miy citizen of the
: \ No.1-I. as a
; .;7' 'V.i: : '\. ':" "Sft"o1QOO4t1JooI1WFarmers /
: : know 1C
the face of last week's "Moratorium"demonstmtions doingis nothing new in American taxes. As you United Spates have the rightto
against his policies in will merely authorize the Issu-
history: say my piece on this ques
yietnam.In George Washington suffered worse ance of revenue certificates tion. I am also a voter and a
on'future utility tax receipts,
the opinion of political writer idignity thin anything yet hurled at already dedicated through the Gcd-sent child like all others,

Joseph C Harsch, Mr. Nixon is under President Nixon. Andrew Jackson was DiaryIn year 2014 for higher education and a Christian.I .

fire now because the general public vilified in every conceivable way. purposes.I too think much you of pecple voters are asking when
has not realized how much he! Is Abraham Lincoln might have been im- know you share my concern
Next Thursday, Nov 6, whena that capacity, Sam got to forward you and all the rest know there
that this
doing to de-esclate the war peached if he had not been assassinated pecan auction sale will be know him well, and to respect! step be progressive taken in promoting are plenty of our voters who

Senate Leader Mansfield called upon first. Franklin Roosevelt was sub- held at the Starke State Far- him as a man of his word, /quality education in Florida, can't write to answer for them-

the public to the President's and mers Market, we will get a kind selves.I .
support jected to unspeakable indignities a good family man, a man and: hope ycu will be able to
policies, saying that Mr. Nixon had criticism. Harry Truman was denounced better idea of just how light who couldn't say "no" to cus- support ,this amendment in say for the May Primary
the yield Is this season from tomers who had no money when Elections to stand like they .
of the .
brought lessening fighting.Sen. editorial
a as a traitor by his political oppon- /both your news and
pecan groves in this section. and as the first time In
he ran a grocery store are. It Is my
Fulbright who is chairman of coverage between now and No-
Reports indicate that this will a civic servant who served the life that voters had the right !
the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee institution of the presidency be an 'off year, because of City of Starke and Bradford vember 4. to anything: to say for them ..

accepted the President's word survived all those episodes that dark- rainy weather and an Infest- County. He was also one of the Your continuing cooperationfor selves but God made it p05-
that the White House was indeed ened some pages of American history, ation of scab on the nuts as best outdoorsmen In this area the support of higher' sible for us to have a sand.

:seeking to "wind down the war in and Mr. Nixon and his Vietnam policies well as other things, but the By Sam McGarvey and there was scarcely a placeIn ciated.cation Is most sincerely appre- wich. Please eat it. Don't bite i
real situation will not be knoWn the area which he hadn'thunted Please study for
tongue. "
Vietnam. will undoubtedly survive the until the market opens. Prices & Light had some trouble and or fished In during his Cordially yours, your own selves. The House .
"These two voices are probably the current rhubarbs.We will also be established at that our power went off. It came lifetime. Joseph. W. Fordyce took our Constitution away ,

strongest in Congress on this partic- do not deny anyone the right time. back on just In time for the C. from us and never aske-i! : us. I ,.

ular topic," says the ,iChristian Science to voice, within the law, his dislike of .. .. game and that night when Sam Oct. 29. 1969 prayed:' to God that some day
decided to set the clocks back, A fact about him that wasn'tgenerally
Monitor. "While their words will not ironical how- Editor have the right '.
the war in Vietnam. It is Allen Dear : we voters would
Bob market
manager, he found It had already been known is that his
end all criticism of the President..... ever, that these very protests of said that only the one sale done by FP&L people came from Macclenny On November 4, Florida: vote to say for ourselves. We the _

these statements will almost certainly America's policies may be having the has been scheduled so far, but originally and that that city ers will decide! whether there people that are poor that feed
.. will be room in Flor:'-a's higher the rich, and pay the taxes-
that if the of
carry great weight in both housesof effect of actually prolonging the war volume pecans was at one time called Darby-
for ,
better wake
education system voters up
and with that wide the Is greater than anticipated, vllle. you
Congress bodyof to Hanoi that
by offering hope other sales will be conductedso Speaking of set-backs, thereIs children and the children of right now. The people we voters -

responsible, middle-of-the-road aTdoail paptAtp! v ass ajdoad UBOuauiy! ;)! : long as the volume of nuts a Dug or virus "knocker-- C tomorrow.In put In office but what good

thinking which wishes to trust White and will'ultimately destroy their warrants it. Allen also said downer going around now that Just seven years the needs did it
House efforts but heretofore has not country's will to fight, thus handing that volume in other pecan production Is causing a great deal of dis for classroom space in Flor- please. Voters, please wake up.

been certain it could do so. North Vietnam a victory if it just areas in the country Is tress. Soon after Sam returned Fortunately, Mr Darby lived ida's higher education! system I praise my God for givingme

"President Nixon's first and fore- holds enough. Such hope about normal. from his vacation, he caughtIt long enough to see the new will ,double. The citizens of talents 'and knowledge The
on long : and had a miserable time courthouse and to occupy his of Florida can provide for these State of Florida is being ruin ,
most request of the country has been afforded Hanoi naturally makes it re- M .. trying to keep going with all office there, even though for needs WITHOUT NEW TAX ed by voters not speaking their

that he be given time to( reduce the luctant to negotiate a peace. the symptoms of the "flu." It only a brief time. He attendeda piece. I am a 79 year old

American commitment at a rate and That is the real tragedy of the Mor- Last week when Hurricane is widespread now and sufferersare County Commission meetingthe ES.In 1963 Florida voters ap- mother of 10 children and

in a way which would neither carry tions that convey Hanoi a vision of Laurie was wandering aroundthe taking pills like candy in night before his death, and proved ,the Educational Build- raised 11. I believe I know a

the threat of military disaster nor atorium and other such demonstra- Gulf, the weather here was trying to combat it. at that time, made referenceto ing Amendment by well overa little about it, praise God.
unsettled, to the least. We the fact that while he -
say two to one margin. Under the People just give up and the
seem to be a scuttling of America'smoral American weakness rather than .
had a lot of wind and some cutting down any more program revenues from gross first thing you all know there'll
obligations( to the South Viet- strength. rain and all the while we were trees around the courthouse, utilities! tax receipts ,were ear- be someone to tell you what

waiting to see if the storm Bradford County lost one of its a cedar tree obstructed a view marked until the year 2014 for you eat for breakfast. I say no

came this way and brought heavy prominent citizens last week of traffic and should be re- retirement of revenue certifi change in dates' of Primary

rains. Fortunately it did not when Charles Darby, clerk of moved. cates. .when the new constitution Election. Let's have May.
I and we were spared the trou-. the circuit court, died suddenly ,
From became effective the Please be sure voters put God(
pollution bles that flooding would have. I. ,
cvclamates to brought on. at his home. The news wasa bonding authority was not included first and pray.S. .
shock to number of
a large
Katie Bell Griffis,
... F. and
We did not have to set our those who Earlier he had made
The United States Government's ban electric clocks back hourto people, particularly strong, ..... ----.- .. ..... ....................h...h.. ..._ .......h.............. ..
on to be a billion-dollar one and the prod- an had within recent years worked successful plea for saving a :::::: ;:::--x--Kssra:: :::::::: : : :::::::::::::::,:::::,::::;:;:;::;::;:;:;:::;:;::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;:;:;;:;:::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;;;: ::::
the use of cyclamate artificial sweetenersis ucts affected have been highly popularand standard time last Saturday closely with him as the clerk fine oak in front of the buIld-

bold, far-reaching, and first-rate. It: soughtafter.We night. Earlier in the day, soon of the County Commission. ing and at that time the tree | Codiene-based Cough Syrups 1|1
before the TV football was ache was unofficially named The
Demonstrates a federal readiness to hope that where it is right and fit- doled to come on.Florida Power Darby Oak. *:: %::

move swiftly and decisively to protect the ting, the government will act with equal Being Misused By Many

public health. boldness in other fields where only broad -- .

Raises hopes that Washington will governmental action can do away with a \ (It's a woman's Getting hooked on cough syrup "If you take enough, they can

also begin to move with like toughness continuing threat to human wellbeing.The ChamberNews ] ? Better watch It.Such things cause death by cardiac arrestor

against other health and comfort threats, foremost of such fields is that of r, happen, you know. respiratory depression. If
jtfJffff! The fact that hundreds of it Into
above all the sundry kinds of air and pollution.As fb thousands of Americans are you veins start, as shooting some users do,your you

water pollution now besetting life in is well known, the American publicis By Joan flyers seriously misusing codlene- can suffer open sores and ulcers -

America. now fully ready to give strong supportto I based syrups and paregoric has and run the risk of hep-
Lifts the Wa have many things t) bsprcud caused the Bureau of Narcoticsand "
standard of federal
con- measures to end the disgraceful befoul- Martha Sue McCain'' atitis.
By; of in Biaclurd County,
cern over whatever can be clearly shown ing of the nation's air and waterways. In '' Dangerous Drugs to propose Though the cough syrups and
'County Extension and pride in our ccmmu..tysuggests new restrictions on their sale.A .
have been
paragorlc previously
to ->e inimical to the
public interest. fact, there is an increasingly sharp note Home Economics Agent the total Involvement national survey by the bureau exempted from federal restrictions -

This newspaper has never advocatedor in the public's demand to know why moreis of all our citizens in its continuing has disclosed that some a prescription is now

accepted the theory that public authorities not being done on this crucial challenge.This LEARN TO SHOP FOR in which they are availableon cultural and economic: drug stores across the coun- needed to buy them in several

particularly health authorities, have public dissatisfaction is heightenedby PROCESSED VEGETABLES the market. progress. What better way to try were "selling cough sr- states. Six other states pro-

the right or the duty to regulate individ- the feeling (supported by official Canned and frozen vegetablesare This latest in the Home and show ycuu pride tnan to becomea rups by the carton and that the hibit their sale to persons under -

ual treatment of the human body. Such studies) that air pollution (and indeed wholesome and nutritious Garden Bulletin series Is a- member ot your Chamber of people hundreds Involved of thousands.'run Into" The the 21, but Florida has no

interference should be necessities In our diet, espe- vailable for the at Commerce ? restrictions.The .
kept to a mini- water pollution as well) is still rising. your found that deaths
survey many
that new federal regulations
The first question many;
cially when fresh vegetables are Consumer Information Center
mum. But the banning from sale of One associated with these
a federal reckons that 140 mil- were
den require that cough with
out of season. But not all that Extension Home Economics Office peopleask 13, "What a syrups
product which can be shown to carry lion tons of contaminants are being are in cans and packages are Agriculture Center. Clumber! of Commece do?" items, and that controls Imposed codlene and/or paragoric be

physical danger does not constitute inter- loosed into the American air every. year alike in quality and the difference MORE BROILERS This question can best be an- by most states were In- sold only by registered phar-

ference. It is a normal measure of pro- compared with 130 million tons just two in quality means a difference BECOME CARRYOUTSBy swered by describing) the purpose adequate.You- can. become addictedto macists, that the drugs not be
tection. in taste, in texture,and the sold to those under 18 unless
years ago. the tub, barrel box or and objective: of these substances just like

Health, Education, and Welfare Secre- HEW has acted bravely and well in the appearance of the vegetable, basket--eat it In your car, take Chamber of Commerce. Ths any other narcotices and suffer that they only have a small prescription amounts, and be
tary Robert H. Finch's order and in Its price. it home or on a picnic more purpose of the StaikeBradfordCounty all the attendant medical
to withdrawall :
matter of cyclamates. Let us hope that it The Consumer and Marketing and more broiler chickens make given to any consumer withina
cf Commerce *
products using cyclamates (other than will find the with like blems, says John E. Inger- 48-hour period.
legal means to act Service of the U. S. Depart- their final trip as southern-, is to promote commercial, Industrial soll. director of the bureau.
with a physician's prescription) is a justified boldness where pollution is concerned. ment of Agriculture has established fried carryouts.It agricultural and civic

use of federal policing power. There is one thing of which the govern- grades of quality for Is estimated that about Interests of ,the community, Strawberry

Furthermore, it shows considerable gov- ment can be sure. And that is that the many canned and frozen veg- 10 per cent of total broiler educate its number and< the 2 Area Public
etables, and these U. S. grade output now meets the publicin Picking Machine
ernmental boldness when it is recalled public will in such to a sense of
heartily back it any standards are used by processors this way, and the percentageis public picper Dove Fields To
that the cyclamate industry is reckoned efforts. Tile Christian/ Science Monitor buyers, and others as a expected to increase.The civic duty ana; to atiord! its Being DevelopedA

basis for establishing the value carry-out market demands members opportunity\ to study Open Saturday

of a product. Some processorsand uniform quality and problems of civic and induatrl- new ,berry.harvestlng

distributors also label can- weights within a narrow range-- al development. Tile Chamberis machine his bean developed at The Game and Fresh Water

ed and frozen vegetables by 2.5 to 2.75 pounds per bird. a non-proJit. non-partisan: Louisiana: State University, accartiing Fish Commission's two north-
/l"-- grade. Commercial buyers now select non-sectional and nonsectarianorgan.zatkm : to an ,:announcement by east region public dove fields

The Bradford County .._ ....... Now the Consumer and Mar- broilers to their own specifi- ''; dedicated to community the Southern Regional Education will be open to hunting October
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED keting Service has prepareda cations from large flocks, but Service; Economic Progress Board, of Atlanta. 25 for the first time during the

::: booklet which will help you the future may see whole oper- and Cultural Growth\ of It is reported that the 13-foot 1969-70 dove season.

1879 \ ,, .$ select the canned or frozen ations devoted togrowingbroil- the community. it serves It is machine moves about half a Steven K. Stafford, Regional
fakeii 6ls : vegetable which will be best ers that fit carry-out speci an organization composed of mile an hour and harvest: berries Game Biologist for the Com-

/ for the use you have In mind. fications. Current trend Is toward farmers, merchants, industrialist with a vacuum head that mission, reports birds in sufficient -

He who MOWS bountifully The booklet, -How To Buy* marketing broilers at cattlemen: professional holds them upright while rake- numbers to allow good

MtMran will also I reap bountifully.11 .- Canned and Frozen Vegetables, heavier weights. men and wcmen, and civil like fingers on a revolving; belt shooting on both the Santa
has sections
(- ( ur. !:6): ). on checking the minded citizens who: have as pluck the fruit.According Juana and Olustee fields.
quality of the contents of
FLORI A ESS Wo have been given JIM inner or package on what the buyercan can APPLES PLENTIFULAn sociated themselves with, the to the announcement The Santa Juana field is located
the new harvester "holds
Chamber in oi-er to mace: :
,power. of thought that can learn from a quick look apple a day is not likelyto 8 miles south of SR 16
ASSO T ON literally, transform our life. at the label, on sizes and servings keep the doctor away, but our community a better placein promise of saving Louisiana'soncebooming : off of SR 315. The Olustee

Hut thought must lie eonrenlt'ati'II with a handy table which it Is tasty and nutritious, comesin which to !live and make a. strawberry! in-" field is 12 miles east of Lake
dustdy from
to In- efroelive I Hy ionCfiilrating shows the approximate amount attractive fall colors, can living. They are people who extinction. City on CS 90. A dally $2

wholly on goad vvr of cooked vegetable obtained be kept for long periods with- feel a deep sens of duty to shooting permit will be avail-
itiMiij from cans and packages. How out refrigeration, doesn't need Imprcve bjalncJJ and industry, Chamber of Commerce. The able at the gate.
find. wherever. welook..
E. L. MAT1IIEWS. EditorrublUterFnbllihed vegetables are grown and pro- special packaging and will to improve !living coiuhtions, more Ideas we have thegreater Hunters
Thought and uttitiuli's of cessed for freezing and government an.I to will be the Impulse for are reminded of the
canning be in to Improve
each Thursday and entered BeeeN plentiful supply, so bag limit
M Miirn% mill I prosperity, "persistently is told, and there are sectionson prices should be low. operate wholly and! completely 'action! and tha moie tliat: ,will Increase to total 18
class Mutter at the Pout Office .! SW" Florid doves per day. Legal shooting
held prudiue altllllll l.i IlU'I'. styles, seasonings, and sau Apples are one of the three in the public interest. be accomplished for Branford hours
under Act .f March 3rd. 1171. Concentrating: on happier ces. fruits on the U. S. Department Any individual association, County, so let's act now to noon till dove are from 12:00:

Hubscrlpllon In trade' areas 1 year, IS.W; OnUU I more" harmonium" ways of ilollilf Half of the bulletin describesthe of Agriculture's list of plen- firm or co.'puratioii\ : Is
trade area 1 year, 9i.it 1 ( IhiriK will liel" '|> us find grades of more than two tIfuls. The list also contains for m.-mbaislilp;) and It is urged! Be proud of yeur communityand and Olustee field are availableat

www more joy in living dozen of the more popular vegetables fresh pears and canned peaches that all clvlc-nilmicJ( citizen ot join your Chamber cf Com the Commission's Lake City;
along with the styles our community: euport> their coerce Howl I office.
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c2 Coast Guard the fiitluitn. l iitui' '' MI "u.- i :, ..
I Nlrt'111. 01 IAI'IYI'ni ypp' 1'un,4 r40. o'ergtOtto / lion t" tin u.ln.l UIHI lr.t l.i.l-
PlUM to tllll,,, 111,? KUI.IM'I! '|:;u KK 'C'II'IOI II ( 11 llli"leu Jr. det i fni null nl t the Pri lit l"onof lollr anti ui)3ect FHRVY
1-inns n-i, Vii r11. nrrwoortOninc O. 1 t. nook 147. pace' 243 of tho .
Makes Changes NAMM Hk-kB I hu winiMnimirrij. 'the Alni-htin" Colin tv Curt and road rldht-of To'n: .. n ITnlnlnVoii ,
Mnilil No 7"-1i n llh 3.4 KillnilTrnpiik| llnwHI.Jr. : I bans In llnlne,,\llo, Flm'Ida, on public records" of Alachim Coun- .
Notl h Is -Vto- wn V Are Hrr"hy.11'1",1: that
p hut
I O In Requirements ynril 1 Tim''I li "'101- tniifhlni' w'HlOlR till, lHiilri-H" |/ n,'d, 'hy 1I."h'r. | RII'ru, t tiu 111'0-thlfctNh /) ., itml nilwitoctli, U Itowoll.lllM the 7th clav of :0\0 II>I...-r. linnbotuien ty. Florldn., Tlie cold. real prr4prift( > h\'..j iI f PA,,.n nptlon for Plvorcp hoe horn
butt l iI:l put' \\.11. AND; AI.iOiThp H,T'yfJb.
'in01,i Chapter 20",'if.i. uawiiKloilrta. wife, pi-fi-niliiiito" Ibo hours of II :00 AM afnre nlil hAil 1 1 be Hold tnaa / flied nffahiHt you Anti, yon nre
1-lini Koul4 Inn Plclt-UDtrttelc. : ,:; NOTII'K: OIPL.UltK'3 FOnECL08lltt19 and ZOO I'.M' : the, being Northp !'t QuarterNIli Flnnl .Tiulirmpnt. '> W ''k t ,
; mime ld Jj
,. .. Of AC-IM of I'i41, vV'JIrutrluK $' I (,frennlred, '' to >.prn popy voiir
Nociln ,"1)1' ( ) of the Northeast Quarter
: \ J4..LIN..I : thv lovnl' boon'K of nnle the following fated In OnlnecvlUrhrarhtlaCounty ,
niih dereneee. If to It
i tin cum or ( Written nnv
significant changes have iito .
I Two Sfnlfd I'liln mHCliIno* iNH'il of Section 7 Tonnshln
mi thVl ,
h' la licri-hv given pumu.Btil denerlhed renl propertyan Florldn. this 4"yJ ,
eirmill "
: Court In and for fir"'"' n the plnlntlff'B I I5vhoee 1 attorney
' announced by the Coast will bo oiv-iipd Hip' morning if 1 Ulinpti-r 702. l-'lorldn Sin-, the > 8 East 1909. .. .. !\' : ,
:9.1 been fort County, Klurltla, \\I/ Itll.r in an l of Oetober. gf'i j name nlid 1 ncldiP IB
I Guard Academy that will af- Nov" a tllmt.rtlAturluAlialdin t I"nuntv tho- proof: of ;public: : 'in Ion:; of: lltlH no ,itutc-B\ + .1IMI7. pni-Kuant.lo toft nnts Idlrn rtliulwIRoiiell. ; A TAlluoftOnalfnllo: dKBPrlbpflplecp (S1' \LTRTHI v,4.'K!'WIf Hnn nrnhl.. T.PX Oi-ppn., Stnrkp,
Flnnl I ioiitel el l-'orix Jr.. nnd : : T'O""En
tho A orlcrlmlwltli
riiililoiiH' nnmo ofCnullinil Flnrldi nod file the
I 1970 seniors making application Court I daThem' tho puirel or trari of land<
'. feet lt:Sliiicn., nucleililch. Iam tire 11"1 n' ore on23rd \\'Ir.. tn-ulf: Clerk Of The Circuit Court the clerk of the nb"\e
to become cadets. 1I111'hltw ,111 Dave\ to day of Oc-tolipr. 1000 In The : ) Hair (C:<4> of the Rltunteil, lying and being In the nv Xmlh'at.rhou.o:
( HHiiKod In Ininlne ft.t 1BO
bo Purch ; ; tn..rn"t. of Bradford State of styled poiirt on or before
moved of County :
\ .
,1 (11"I'n"| c tiniilmvu wtvli-d oiuiK'iipnillnir ( QnnrteiSITi ) of
the first Weal t ilII at :siiu-lio, Vlorlda. Deputy Clerk rlnv of =November, lll* ( otherTPI -
time ?
For College ]1'otioin Dolliu'o< : of North In tin- Clniilt Court of Florida.Kliflilli ; : tho South Il.ilf, (111'( of the "west: 11 70.30 ,
4 vIotted ;:;: nndfoi i lair (W'; ) of thNorthpnnt n Jiiflffnient may bp pnter-
Entrance Examination Board mni'ltlnrn nmIIP Flu Ini. (lies Pli.ildn Avi6. : .luil Irlnl fire-nit.' In Nortbenm, Q.IIHI..rI. : l''D and The ,.
(NFof: r for the rpllef d '
\ narnlnst -
( "
nt tlv "' .11111111'lall.HIII.\ Jni, ,U N.ll1fl.{ AAu! hun Count. In CivilAillm the T..q: Ilo ilf IIl'j1( :' ) or the Qunrtcr voti
i" test scores will be accepted Piaike, Fin. .Anniviilit. I lit'County ", tlilN i KinIntiil :'nl dnof Ortoboi t NL: C-'iM'-flt.!' In whichTlliclliclc Northwest (jnaiter, (;.(,VI'' ) of the NoithPimt, Qnnrtcr (NK'l: ) In The Circuit (curt F."rl't" ., tnflnded... In the complaint ort
the tests taken prior to the lit! .'i i l.d' In \ii\\lni, n' PII! ''i .u I -. 1.111".111',1-- I'm, lilt Unnill. Jr. the VnMlioiiwi= \ Qunrtfrn'i ) of Rrptlon' *. Township 8 South.Rnncre Jiullplnl Clrpnlt Of F' tlr".1 In tlnV.'ltnpii.
L141! 6 date 'thin ennh'm in.ulil, tz<"\ In fcilll, nnd, EI.oIl'Ih; I.. II.." .11. hUn and one .i,'ie. I Ir. the ;Northwest 32 "Pn well 1"1"
UTlt iddIl
: December as as tOUPh Vltll, .1"1 |r 1 II( Tl,"IU I, )k, > 1 '.' o.1' ''. ," I U,, rnudanls, III'' un.I.-i corn'.r ,'"t tiniithenut" Qunrtei ins:' i Howrvrn the por- II. .\<'TIO> cold" Court on C'ctober' 21,
\ .
I.f the December 6 test. In years, nireptor M-- --'in I i rnun..1..| -; It Il- O ",,, .1 .\ 0 i 'IItl", l I1',"w ,iv. c'l, ill ( sri\ .) lOr s, 'Ion. <6.1'\\,11-, tlonR "d the! tini', Inn property, Ca \... lilt: 1sa9
'w only the December test Bradford fiinn, n. ,iiiii Uipartment. I I'',n ,, 'Hi, 1'.1., iin, .l' i nnd l",, chip 'tub' ItiiiBe. 22. Rnt ron,1,, 1 h\ ild*- .,i'' M-cled In M.irv (nmblev, Penn ITnltn.I'lnlntl'f 4SI'.tTiVIrglnin
past 1'h, ". "'n, i -- :_ In '1 I II. Hi-nil, i curl or loriiin. ,, ,. ,i Hi.. I ii"i MI--. "if sold LI"1!: t, v. : :,1,r.I;Hi.).: nnttlnn ofsit ; O. It1"\ 1,14""" 1'icr M""' and O. -yaInn Wnrrlnstonppfpndnnt TAn 1'>11'1-
,11 scores would be accepted. l'' :'. I Ir n I 'I I.nr1.. .. ,.,.11..1.,I indl' 1i> ,\,tll( t i?, n. ,. .?.t. will ..n.0 l. for inl<' h I, IT" 'ii, i It't inevoil tr, tho n no ,,,1 k '14", peer. 149 imhllc HnhIn. __ ("1. 'K 1 cor u I 1 f,llft
1<:.', The second major change ir is F"I.. l .1,1,11, I..oal.. 1 "oJ"i ,i n u nniill, i lon nu 8tni' =''I i I ri I .i lin 1 lideed dated t( "irdf Ala" 'hUt 'intv Flnr- NCOTTCP OF I>t:1T:0 11.40 1 41 11] i.jo

in the eyesight requirement 1rrrrwaww.s .,. .w unr ww w I.e - -1 _ w r w w w _- r.w low l .. rww lag aa rw ..
rrwrr w r w r r "!" r w rr tawa Iarwlrawwrw .
; \. which for years has been 20/30, -

.' .:.' correctable to 20/20. Now, applicants 1 1 I I

Ir may have a visual acuity I 1 I

,I6 ; of only 20/40, correctable. .. I I I

.1 to 20/20. In addition, the Superintendent I ;. FROZEN I

.1. of the Academy I I
: It j I I
."," may grant a waiver to out r I I I I

., standing applicants whose '
Jol' visual acuity is 20/100. i Iii! :. ;

10 These changes are to a program n'!

," nlque of among admissions the nation's that is four u- TURKEY ,

military academies. There are 1 1

oirM; no made congressional to the Coast appointments Guard Aca I (/1 i I I II I V

',.'' demy, and there are no quotas; DRUMSTICKS OR I

1.1. 3f kind. Those who are accepted I 'T 5

: any ,
: L
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-'ti' solely on as personal cadets make ability.the grade I "tGfJ., ; j I I I LEG QUARTERS I I

1.. 111: Additional information and .! "* I I
',t' application forms can be obtained ioil"I i ;

r.! from the school guidance I I ......... 1 I Iit

counselor,: or by writing : I I -p I :

to the Director of Admissions, I

.' U. S. Coast Guard Academy, I I : I
;, New London. Conn. 06320. B 1t.S I\\j\ I
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.. -I. ; $ OO; YH I I -1 i .

..Ii ;y : i: ,. _
)21 ,, J I I .. I 1I
Grand Lodge \ : ,

' : I II5 DIP )F fA.\-\ u, f I I when Savings Count. i
: .
e' Officers To ', .. ,II\ I
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Local Elks .1I COUNT ON US!
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tit District Deputy Grand Exalted I lED.I, 1 I I I C I

. :, Ruler William: G. Dalley of I I SAVE '.

St. Augustine! will make his !!'}\( I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU I

official visit to Starke Lodge I Z D :yl 1 Dy LB WEDNESDAY NOV. 5, 1969.

: : BPOE NO. 1802 Monday;! Nov. 3, nv U ",Q I I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I
at 8 p.m. I I I I
111 I
Dinner will be served:! promptly

'"" at 7 p..m for visiting Elks ;-:: :: : '
th from Jacksonville. i'"
expected 'o-m
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;f St. Augustine. Palatka. Gresn r'
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> Lake
Cove Gainesville. an'l>

. City. Ini'latlon! will be held a-s II ; I .J... .. -'- M ,c C1' I" .... POTROAST
' : part of the Official visit. .J. ::J ..t

All m mrs! of the local 'I 1 ", '
, ) ..L.fm : : .
rt lodge are urged to attend this .- : .... : .

important: meeting Lodge Officers ..J."j 'I;

'I'I ar.d Committee 6:30!! Chairman ,.,.." < ...... '.. .... ; 'fC)[ 'AlA _.... _.... .
- will meet at : p.m.LRCAL
.' ... E':..... .

will not be renpoiiBiMe for tt Ir il 7'' ,
any. debt other than those 1 l': "'. r ..
contracted, by myself Delbert ...h\r.\ ,,,' "
L. Jordan, Hocliester, N. Y

10-30 4ln 11-20 .. ... '. '-oon'I c,...-)\'. .',,, ".. '! ,
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Notice. Of Adoption Of Ilenvlil- I'T.'i"o". \ .(j '. W, .
0 .
Ion 01 u..r'l'I': Cuuiily <'i.niBlMMloner : ,,, .. l" .I'It .
..... A CuynqUredrd ,
Jllmit'la tb* b' jit ,M.itOf I ,
Section, as: 'lu"n.hq|> 7 Mmiln.llitiiire '. 't'1 .' ::' ." .' II tee.
VI KllM, lj. ..... llrtttvt'iifetutr ; } .. I.T J 'J- -I '. '
"' loud 2-il IIIHI I. ... .1"! ,.J t\, .. I
tad Ulm-lulmlnic Any It mill <>( O "' -ff-r..MI 1'f. ..r I i I Iti

To tuunl'1'he .luil l.mul lliv I*>|IIK lin.llila\\llliui, And.iucCo ) j <, ', -_ \ .1. J \ ( 'ill' 1.1."i" \ : I .

..rii..lM 'Jlivreuf. 1..1' _. '_ _
floliuni It Nay. Conti'rntNotice -- .. ;
In hereby given unit. on '{' ;Iif' 'A J" rroo' -
id- _
October U, Men In u iJ _
...nee'Ilh bectlotia Jjb.UU I. \ : ;:).\ ''M7.Ji' Cu.s. _..... .
iila htu-
through <136 It l-'loi CHOICt
tutvH, the. Llourd uf Count \' I'< m- .. 911" "., t:, :
B.II 1I"'d '"uiuyFlorida !dC !;1, '
miB lonti of < ",] -i ::
r" : '' t. {
jloHlntf,, MiL-iilinu adapted and a B..ib.mclui-" luti"n, t ......__,___ _.If ._ :.: '.. [1:' _

Ing a graded c.uunt ruud uc. -
scribed an followD ---- "-"
A tuunty griuud/ l r. .id lying \r -' "'- .' .... '... f'a
I'S. :, i; ,
between, Mate lluiul 2J1 1 and ., !;
Ott' ,, .f.
and, In'IIIK ItLb.' '
3'H' bins : 'f ,
q. 1; ""t .
N\V !i of bU'i., 1 hi> in n -::, .IL l',t .
TowuHhlp l 7 South, :..eIpr.'t-' :JlUa ofj. .. !'. ..., .:,
t, with a width of | .. .
mutely (ill feet. and [ ,, t 'tfb"' '''
renouncing and dl"- 1l1lnl..g, ;,- { ;/ '
., .
rlKhl of the counts .aid n'- : 1 _
any and 1 to the land IrillMWlthlll t..L.J \.r -+ .... I _
public In the confines, ufforedesc.rloed said ,.. ... II.. I. J :, .
lands ,( I fiIj. '; f"f I''
Dated! this t belt day of October. ., iii II' t._,.Ifoo I r r .:.. -" '''- .
A. 13 I l'i!'69. .

Hoard Of Bradford Of County Counts.Commits Florida! n.. re ... .....
1.. .
(HEAL) 1 .:
By1 8* Charles A Darby .
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Clerk of said hoard ,
Itl'hg .
"" .
'.'.''.. .
.. d 1" I
In The. Circuit (oiirt Eighth: liJuillrlnl I I I ... ,
tlriiilt Of I+l .rlilu In I I
And ..'... llMiilfiiril. Count. I rl
Clueu.. ll.1l: I :. 1) ;: It8a I
:\ ; ?Ih/ II/

_Va Laura. Frederick Clml 1'111.Crew Crew\C"IION, 1'lnlnllff iKfcndNC HU ( Y I O'' DEN P I ., "-'" p/u/l' U. S. NO.lNEW I


1'KIITY I .. .' I SAVE I / WHITE I j I
D Co.
To: Fred rlck Crown: I PUMPKIN II Ij
19th Enyr;San:! urn Francisco(O a KA. CaliforniaYou 12S86BB1AfO I ]ot I 1

1/6311 Are Hereby :X' tlfl<.0 that 1
an action for Ulvoroe linn been 1
filed Btfalnm you and you are 1I POTATOES
required to serve" a *'opv of your 1i
written defenm-s. If unv In It. I 1

who on "e the name plnlnlirr'ii and nddrew attorney.In /ll..n- I I

and arable Drawer flip Oe-irure the 10JO orUlnnt' HtiirUe II. Pierre.with loridn.I !'.the O.. j 8 : I

clerk on or of heCIJreo".mh..r the above styled 17, '1'ni'i'?!"rt,hi-! UX\ Or (: I S'V'O'.12'L.'NO..OWD"'DSUOU 10 49 c

otherwise n Judgement mnv I I"

entered lief demanded against In yon the' for tomplnlnt. th row 1 1 \:; X' 1.8 CAKE DOt4UTS. . . . 29 ,...".' LB BAG i ia

or WltneMU petition." my, hand and the I I SAVE <.PKO OF 4.COUNTRY SQUIRE' BROWN 'n SERVE .. .
seal of Bald Court on October 17. .f -'"
1969. I MINI LOAVES . . . 35. ..'
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(SEAL:! CharlM) A Darby I 2OPOUNDBAG 89< .

An Clerk of acid fourt I .
nculah M Moody --
By: ". ----k

A. Deputy Clerk 0.22 .>':j .. \!:"'':"\\I".ilt""' .OJ.":"" .. _
., l'
{:t .
pa.t"'J vantry .... (e. r
1o1 irr. or n\Tio-\--\ TOnl.H.'rtn OMIe"" Rule _I: ., r-
Nature IH lulil'V 1 Bl\1 n th'1' ,
'h. pivision NIf a e ; ;
the untlcrnlBniil unrt;.i -
tit flmpttr S(1'J.ViU' .
,. .
.of Florlrln.1"with the or CI.-rk'n4li"reirlinir irf .th.firrult '.' : ,... I 1.. ,
fourt. In and f' r II- KIfonl :
rinrliln U'' u n rcflpt "
r..unty. of piilill-.. ] ill), n of i ; .
of proof floC. the fir 'ii'" '"If" : 0 1. ,__
thin name of Id-Iln'n l>1'.8. .k (tlrlFhnp dIn r.1UI ::4 y .7L :
under which I nm """/,11",' fA4 :
liimlnm at 1 112 'I'.st: r.. ,." Ji ;; -

llh.Street James sinrkf.1:1.:'P., anti I imx Florida Mnmlrii) ; 77\ :: V IliilforclFlnrlita. n..l-. t'At' :' !''iir<:"_._.tw.lI l:.5" '" e.t'Iera J.J lea; M Mj4 .

sale IIIM' 2"ih...wn'r"DILI..I .111\! nf A 1"- ......

ticri A. P. lIC'i "t smrki: Iiradlord .',. '!o :
: trt.'T"\I\

County. I'tnrMaThe \10.2":' 4t 11-12 lti J 'i ;:;, ..., ,.... .. ...
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nniilfnrilnf (-001110'5' n .nl ,"; "'' .
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30, 1969 TELEGRAPH PAGE 11

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Palatka Goes 27-7 Over Tornadoes .

Costly mistakes and penalties plus a pass defense Annie Aerial Hits Statistics
The ball hands
I that couldn't contain Bra-ve quarterback Art Annis' three times before' Palatka BHS PAr :

attack led to a 27-7 Palatka victory over.the Bradford, took over at the BHS 49. On First Downs II 9. .'.'

,High Tornadoes here Friday night. first down Annis sent Theo- Yds. Rushing 211 137 .
bald the end Yds. Passing IB 97
split deep Theo-
Locking:, more like Tornado BHS, completing 4 passes for L bold caught the bomb between Passes CompH. 4-17-fl S-1H

teams of a few years ago 38 yards and getting six intercepted two BHS defenders, Milner Fumbles Lost I 1

than at any time in ths 1969 and Bernard Brown, on a 46- Penalties 71 35 '

season the Tornadoes of Play-By-Play yard pass play which took Pa- Punting 2-33,5 5-23
Coach David Hure came on Touchdown _
Bradford fans were buzzing latka to the BHS 3 yard line
strong and: had BHS fans buz- m BHS- Milner> sevirt yard :;
as their Tornadoes opened '.
zing as they stymied Palatka exepectt'dly! stronar. Linebacker .r Hood went in from a yard pass from QB Dean Joins. EP
and scored first. The game was kicked by Johns. '
Christy Chandler: knifed out on third down as a stub-
within reach of the Tornadoes born BHS defense made the w Palatka-1) Annis, 7-jI. run.
through to toss pala tka's Ken-
:until almost the end of the Braves work for the score. Pa- EP kick-Annis 2)) Hooi. 1-yd. ,
Anderson for three L'L
third period.:! loss on (the Brave's a first try ; 'latka went ahead: 14-7 with 4:17: run: EP kick-Ann's.'! 3) Walker, ;.
But six pass Interceptions by left In the second quarter 50-yd. run. EP klck.A"is, 4)
scrimmage. BHS
undefeated Palatka, a missed was pen. I Theobold 7-yd pass from An- ,

catch of a Palatka punt, and ,,allzed preview twice of for things being to offsides.a come,. ; : : .- 1 Fighting back gamely from nis. EP kick failed. ::7:
penalties against the Tornadoes
but stopped the Braves just r their 16, the Tornadoes 'almost]
at crucial points spelled I ava Scoring: Summary"
tied the game before the half.
i.hort of ti first down at the i Palatka's Watt Walker breaks
doom for the rejuvenlated BUS rw Chandler went 10 yards around BHS-7 000 -7Pal.
I'alatka 20. i
loose for 59-Yard TD jaunt
eleven his left end and QB Johns got .-7 14 7 6-27
Taking advantage of a short Vic Moye's punt went off the> six more to the BHS 32 John
Palatka punt: In the first per- side of his foot, traveling only tossed 18 yards: to Alvarez to air to throw interceptions to

iod, the Tornadoes drove 36 16 yards and going out at the the 50 before Palatka's John Palatka's Walt Walker and '

yards In seven plays to score. Falatka 36. Theobolj: made the stop. Barry Wells.Palalka's SMILE- ,. :
Quarterback Dean Johns threw final TD came '
nine yards to halfback Mark Dean Johns, quarterbacking: ,after BHS Alvarez missed a OF THE WEEK:
his first series of the night, Alvarez came back to run Palatka punt, allowing the
Milner for the touchdown:! went 10 yards on the QB keeper left end for 10 yards and Braves to set up shot at the BfEBOtOPID1"i
then kicked the point after. around:! light end, Tailback Chandler went 17 yards around Tornado 32. :

Bradford's defense stopped Christy Chandler got 8 more right end then got four more Kenny Anderson got 12 yardsin -
Palatka cold and the offense yards on the pitchout around :up the Palatka rnUdU:! to the two tries through the BHS ,

moved:! the ball as the Tornadoes right ,end to the Palatka 18. Brave. 19 yard line line. Then Annis passed:! to Rus- ; "

dominate: the game for Dale Johns lost four yards try- ., ty Castleberry for 13 yards to
the first eight minutes. Ing to turn his left end:! The ,- A Johns' pass went off the the BUS 7, then hit TheoboldJ: ; : ;
In a contest much tougher Tornadoes had little successall top of Winer's! han:?! at the for the TD. Annis missed the I.J "

than the score indicates, It night at Palatka's rlht !* f 4" \ Brave 5. But Palaika was pen point afterand Palatka took; I \ i 9
took the veteran Palatka eleven end, Johns being thrown for : \ alized halfway to the goal for home a 27-7 Florida Star Con

a while to catch up. Annis losses several times. hitting after the whistle, giV- ference. "i- I ,
ing BHS a first down at the The win gives Palatki a 6-0 I

Christy Chandled rounds Palatka's end my Alvarez take out two defenders. Brave nine record and keeps the Braves::
Johns passed complete to Alvarez locked in a tight battle for the
making yardage on the Tornadoes' power Chandler Rained 125 yards in 15 carries
I at the goal line, but BHS with
Class A District! Two race
Palatka Fulltat second time this| he
sweep Installed for the game. the night, the season
was off sides and the ball went also undefeated Lake City and:!:
back :Mike Norman, No. 12, and halfback Jimhas !gained over 100 yards in one came back to the 14 yard line. Jchns Perry.

went to the air again' but Pa- Lake City stoped Fernanda .
Our service Is always. first,
latka tackle Rusty Castleberry
and shut out Live Oak
yr right end far 16 yards before Two rushes again netted only two yards on second down. On intercepted at t the four to end Perry with dependability.TUCK'S.
being! hauled down by Jimmy four yards, and Annls again third down Annis passed to the threat. 300.
The loss leaves the Tornadoes -
I di1R ''Alvarez hit Walker for 11 yards fora split enl John Thecbold in the
of Coach David Hurse
Palatka got five yards on a big first d"wn at the BHS 16. endzone.:!
Tornado: offsides penalty! and Braves Strike with a 2-3-1 record to date.
There comeiback Mike Nor. Without Benjy :Moxlay defending -
Kenny Anderson cut over right man stopped one Palitka rush the pass went incom- Neither team could move the BHS had wins only over Baker KnrhccinDRHEIN

a A'. s v 'rr tackle for six\ yards and: another for no gain, and tackle Budly: plete but pass interferencewas ball much In the third period.! County' and:! st Aurustlns. BEEF PORK SPARE RIBS
first at the Tornado 31 Sapp nailed Anderson for only called on the Tornadoes. :Johns had two BHS passes in- They have lost to Bishop Ken-

Scott BUS ----- -- Palatka had a crucial first tercepted and BHS' Bill Buby ny, Bolles and now Palatka CHICKEN
Clark, football mascot Mid son of Mr. and Mrs. ,and< tied Live Oak. CURB SERVICE
down at the BHS 6 yard line recovered a Brave fumble
Connie Clark, doesn't shirk his duty. He's got those warm-up -
after being penalized halfwayto
exercises down pat loo, showing just as good a form as Captain the goal. But in the wanlrj minutesof

Ralph Morgan the quarter Palatka's Wait
Mike Norman, plaYing a Walker burst quickly over his FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS
went over from the seven with Using: two wldeouts:: in a new whale:: of a (defensIve game, right tackle and cut outside

the second period:! two minutes wrinkle to spread:! the opposi knocked:! Anderson a yard back) for a 59-yard TD run. He went

gone and kicked the point tion's def nsa, Dean, Johns U to the ssvsn. Annis missed on through several BHS defenders::! FALL OVER RADIO

after to tie the game. passed fcr nine yards to Jim- 1 Pw k .i> a pass to right end Vic Moye at scrimmage, then had:! clear

Palatka went ahead 14-7 for my Alvarez over his right side on th.rd down. On fourth down sailing as he put the game on WPXE ALL GAMES!
the half when Annis threw 46 to complete his: first, pass. Alvarez the Brave quarterback faded Ice for Palatka.

yards to Danny Hoc:! to the came back around right as if to pass, then lan his left COURTESY

BHS 3 to set up the second: TD. end for four more to the pa- end to squeeze into! the corner Down 21-7 the BHS running;
latka nine on first d)wn. of the endzone for the score. game was still punching holesIn BILL POWELLInsurance
The Tornadoes fought back, He added:! the point after andit the Palatka defense Twice
going from their own 16 to the Johns hit Mark Milner in the was a tie game with the sec. BHS made first downs run- and Real Estate

Palatka 9, Dean Johns passed right side of the endzone for and period two minutes old. ning, then Johns went to the
complete to Jimmy Alvarez at score on second down.: The

the Brave goal line, but an off score cams with 4:58: left in -- -
sides penalty pushed them the first period. Johns :also -

back to the 14 Tackle Rusty kicked for extra point for a 7-0

Castelberry Intercepted the lead
first Johns' pass on the next Palatka Roars Back
play to end the BHS threat at The veteran Palatka eleven
the 4 yard ma-k. cams roarlrg back, apparently Senior Class

Only 42 seconds were left In realizing it was playing a ball '

the third:! period when Palatka game. Annis and Hood got
This i Is Falalka's first touchdown in the first period. The
only four yards through a
scored:! again when halfback
Walt Walker suddenly: broke tough BHS line But Annis Brave's Walt Walker dropped the ball, but BUS defender Benjy !

loose over his right tackle and passed 11 yards to Walt Walker :Motley was called for pass interference, giving Palatka a cruel- :k5r of 1970

ran through three BHS tacklesfor for a first down at his 42 al first down at the BUS 7 yard line on a controversial ruling
a 59- 'a-d TD run Annis Danny Hood got around:! his

added the point after for a 21.7 t

lead.The Braves added::! :! another For Palatka EffortTornado Morgan Named !

score midway the fourth perIod Order Your

when they got the footballat Top LinemanRalph .
the BHS 22 after Jimmy Alvarez Front Men

missed a punt after callIng .
for a fair catch. Annis Morgan, BUS senior
missed his final EP try and guard, linebacker, and defen- INVITATIONS'
the game ended 277. Receive High Praise sive signal caller, has been
j, named Tornado lineman-of-
The Tornadoes rushed:! for 214 the-week for the Palatka game t :

yards:! against the Braves' 137. "I couldn't have asked that Hu-ss said pc'ntin! cut that despite the fact that he left .i..; : From The t

Annis passed for 97 yards in front eight 10 dj a thing the BHS offense g!''!'rsd over 200 the contest In the third per : Telegraph

completing 5 of 11 passes more" says Coach Mike Sax. yard through: a tcugh defsn" iod with an injured shoulder. .
Dean Johns threw 17 times for ton, BHS defensive chief, of He had! high praise for the
his Tornadoes' effort against Tornado: farswall of tackles Morgan did a 'real good Job t

I :a tough Palatka eleven last of Danny Jackson and:! Buddy blocking at offensive guard,* t

I, BHS Defense Friday Sipp. gun1:'Js Ralph Morgan' Coach Mike Sexton says, and
I even though he left the Orders Will Taken
game Be
i' Bill Buby nr..1 1 Jim Ehuford.: :
I Even The Bradford:! front four: ends Tommy Bla-' and center!
Spread Danny Jackson and l Tom Marks tackler of the night with seven -
Up To December 15 Invitation Stock. The fine I
and tackles Rudolph:! Perkins But the BHS head coach da- efforts. t paper

f Every defensive lineman or and Budy:: Sapp, ant' the four cried:! the mlstik's made by The BUS senior also calleda used on our invitations is the t
linebacker was almost the leading linebackers, Mika Norman, his ball club lie:: pointed cut
defensive Coach NO ADVANCE DEPOSIT that used for invitations to
game same as
Tornado tackler In the Pa Ralph Morgan, Christy Chandler the line was off aides six time

latka game when everybody and Tommy Blackshsar, and! crucial times: thus off Sexton veteran said. Morgan who continually, a three- Presidential inaugurations the
shared almost equally in the completely stepped: :! the Palitka' sl-'es penalties! kept! Falitka year NECESSARY
draws high praise from BITS
defensive effort.Cornerback running game, the main forte alive on the Braves' first TD Very Best!
coaches, knows: the tendenciesand
Mike Norman led of the undefeated:! Braves drive he pointed cut. offenses of opposing teams ,

with 9 tackles, 7 individual "We stopped their running The Toimdo-'s scored, late He calls a particular BIIS
tackles and 2 assists But line game, but when: Palatka want In the second half the earn: defense to meet a particular More Quality For Your Money

backer Ralph Morgan had 7 to the air our defensive sssond- tle'n'! ? touchdown, but had It situation

tackles and Christy Chandler, ary jut cculn't do the job," called tack!: cn a penalty
tackle Rudolph Perkins, and Sexton saidSexton Big plajs we make don't EXTRA BONUS! If at least 2,000 invitations are ,
"The six because
Tommy Blackshear each had interceptions we occur Just somebodyjust
six efforts. pointed out a coupleof threw would break anyba:ly'i happened to be there," PLUS ordered, The Telegraph will donate $50 to the Senior
defensive errors which lead back, especially a' ilan a good Coach Sexton says.Norman .
End Tom Marks was Just to touchdown Once a line. foc'bill:! tenm," Hin:s: said t Class Scholarship Fund. For all over 2,000 we will t

behind with five tackles and backer went with the flow of The:: coach nl'o pointed out contribute 2c per invitation.
and the thereby leaving
tackles Buddy Sapp Danny play that thToimcto: strategy! : of
Jackson and defensive halfback opposite side of the field open Named
usIng two spilt\ cod to spread
Mark Milner each had four. for Brave quarterback i.o' cut ,
back and score on a broken the: defense an.1 help the urn- Place Your Order Now With Our Representative,
Christy Chandler led the BIIS nlng a'tack' wake I well. The Back of WeekMike

running game with 125 yards play.Another time a defensive power sweep hid! not' been six Joyce Allen at School, or at The Bradford ,
t 8.3 used: by a Tort '-'o tam: in
in 15 an average. tackle stood up, leavini himself -
QB Dean Johns carried six Palatkl ysais. Hinso said: :
times for 31 yards, halfback block, wlis which open resulted to a in a rut; in for Palatka and worked has been named Tornado County Telegraph
back-of-the-week for his
Jimmy Alvarez carried seven well.

I times for 39 yards, Dale Johns touchdown."We tell .our boys that an effort. against I'alatka last Fri-

I. and had fullback 9 carries Mike for Norman 18 yards carried ncm3one offensive: mistake will 'make means a tackle that ACCIDENT day.It was mainly Norman's defensive ALSO PERSONAL CARDS FOR INVITATIONS & KEEPSAKES!

I twice for 14 yards. ,hut a defensive ml'take resultsin Two automobiles collided to play that got him the

Alvarez caught two passes a touchdown," the coach, the tune of about $800 at award Coach Mike Sexton
No Limit To Your Choice From
for 24 yards; Milner one for commer.ed.: 1:20: a.m. Saturday, the 11th said With nine tackles, seven
nine yards. two miles south of Starke on Individual efforts and two assists
Hsacl Coach David Hurso US 301.Carolton. Norman led the Tornado

points I out he 1m stated: all Leroy Lee of Starke defense that held a tough 1'a. 21 Type Styles -- 26 Card Styles -- He Different!
year that paw ilff'nss is the driving a 1957 Chevrolet, madea latka offense to 137 yards rushing t
,w':akc.t pant of ins: Toina- U-turn into the path of a t tUndefeated
There is considerable pressure Ulchard The I HI IS
<'ocs' game. hN was CUI'wlak'"t 1969 I'ord driven by senior also did an
to legalize marijuana. point and simoboclyfirv'llv Lamar Sanders, also of Starke, outstanding job at fullback
I And then there would be the according to Carson Turling blocking for the ball
'' lon advnnt i 1"11 of it, carrier,
debate as to whether growers ton investigating trooper Coach Sexton
the Bin Tornado paid: of tho commented. He
should receive a subsidy to There was no passenger with also carried the ball twice for
Pain I ka
; I 1 keep the price up. Kllme (Lee and three with Sanders. No 125 yards.
i But he loo) liid:\ hrdl! prnisifor
one was injured.Lee's .
hose who watch the !student I lh<- BUS', hunt four wed I vehicle received about Norman is a versatile ballplayer BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
worth of and Sanders' Sexton also
$200 damage P'JlnLedout-
movement it
protest say II'n' a i Uhft hal' pinlsofor the) able to
suffers from H Lack of nrufiod! car about$600. play any position in the I
off"nslv" HT1
Tin mi <> backfield and either
Lee was charged with Improper linebackeror lui
timUol. You can'whip i the "
"We: moved' Hi" l boll well, end.
change of course. -
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::I.i I In Movies/ Rainfall Way Bear Hunt

..fBHS By-lines rO Above NormalOctober Termed Succeui

: "Run Wild Run Free" storyof rainfall has been
y Joyce a boy who has retreated into a- The Oscola Natioral Forest
Alien bove normal for Bradford
a secret world but who Is Jjp bear hunt and the 'Camp
County, averaging 4.47 inches
helped back to reality by a Blanking alU'-! )C archry: bunt;
',compared to a 50-year
wild white colt and a averageof closed October' 26 with hunters
sympathetic ...,,-
.. only .73 inches, according to
retired army officer, ,: '" .." the Florida Division of enjoying: a fair degree\ : 11Im success -
BHS has finally reached the is set for the Florida Theater Forestry' on both 8P:cal! hurnts.
TRADE IN YOUR night; BHS student has screen on Friday and Satur- Headquarters on SR-100.
every t. During the period from Oct. A kill of three: : bean In the
been waiting on. (Thurs. Oct. day.Starring 1-27 the New River Tower Osceola Foi"t anal: es'liteen:!!
OLD HEATER 30i. Especially; the four Home- in the film which it an even five Inches In deer on the Camp E'aadlnj:::
coming Queen< : Candidates: suggested for general audlences. I> t area.
rain the Louis Hill Tower at
ON A NEW11mifJ With -this theme "Bradford'sAlive : are John Mills, Sylvia I/
Lawtey recorded 4.7 inches,and Largest! of the:! bear: was a
In 2325" BHS's Tornado:!' ) SymS Bernard Miles and Mark I' the Santa Fe Tower recorded 300-pound; male killed! Iw the
Whirl! will be under .way: Lester, who played the title rate 4.2 Inches. northeast! corner: : of the! national ,-
C During the past week Queen in "Oliver! I There have been no forest forest in Bikrr Cciinly.: :
Candidates have chosen their Also scheduled( for Friday and irk fires in September or October, A total of nine 1: tucks find:
OIL HOME HEATER escorts as follows: Star.Saturday" la "The Southern I the Forest Service reported. nine doe .''ev wr totes' In
Mis! Elalns Akrldgg! and Ursula Andress starring George Segal. That has been the longest per- the Camp Blatv'!'7 arts during
escort Richard: Wimpy. Miss % Orson Welles iod without a fire in several the special hun!
and Ian Hendry. This movie

Karen Pat?. M'ss Bresden' :Theresa! and:!! escort Clem Alan anflescort is suggested for Mature aud- DempseyIs years. ::;:::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.....;.:.:':'-*;;:;::::
iences. Forecast beginning ; ;
Ricky Frlck.! : Miss Tanya Set in the wilderness of West Oct. 31, is for near normal I::: Buy Your Mobile) :|:::
Watts and: escort Mike Lyon. Africa. temperatures and humidity. :::: ::::
"The Southern Star/
a' ; Class Prln"sssss: chose their is based on a novel by Jules New Rainfall is expected to average |::i:. Home Direct; :1:::
escorts as follows: Verne. half an inch or less. ::
11th Grade Princes: Miss 2 Little DiceTwo "Goodbye Columbus," will i 1 $25 Above Factory 1 1 i i14x12
) Peggy; Edwards, escorted by L'VSlL1L'1[ "j1j) --'" &
be shown at the FlorldaonSun- :\ < Fully Furnished ;
-- '-
Walter Prsvatt.! day. DeputyJohn ( [ I-- .. II" ."
little dice roll by In search of more fun at Southslde \ )) ..=;. ::: $50; Down $501.: .:nth ::':
10th Grade:!! Prlncsss: Miss Richard Benjamin and Allie Mc- '!t\ !:! :
/ i |
Qualify :
ShDr"i 1 Norman 'eszoitei: by Bill Elementary FTA's Halloween carnival Tuesday! night. The die Graw star In this film, a com- a

R?'.dlsh. on the left Is Diana Pace; on the right Is KImberly: Pace edy about young love in the sub. the local Dempsey Farmers, who workedat Mutual =z -.!.<. .:;:::.(>. ::111|'JOHN BARROVIMILLIARD !

9th Grad Princess: Miss urbs. The movie has an R ME CaNsst a, I .: ..
Jeanine Wilcox escorted by "" ":'"::;:- -== &:==== rating. been exchange hired for to 2 fill 1/2 the hears vacancyin has Ia\1 EXTINCT 0\\l0\\1!: I'."+ .l .'-i,. .!i $|:!
: .... .
Richard! r -- : .
Rcberts. : =.:.. =:--"' Double feature at the 301 ::' ::
BHS HC Queen! \ of iocs Miss ii-a.! ,------ --;'-nf! f---: ._.- 1 Drive In will be "The Young, the Sheriffs( Department "It looks as though the tax ::: Ph. 1-815-2175 SI;::
Sally Moore escorted::! by stu- :::0;, .-.--..-. iI\'" .-.- .' the Evil and the Savage," star- created Kenneth by the election the of Deputy payer will be the first!' of 1:; 4tp 30-30 iii':
Fuqua to postof
dent Council President! \ Rhymer '. (Jill]. j ring Michael Rennie, Mark Da- Starke Police Chief. America's natural resources .j:::::::::::::::::.:.:::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:;:
How ell. r' ; mon and Eleanor Brown; and to be completely exhausted."
The 25-year-old Valdosta,
Judges for floats 'i): .A 'II "The Oblong Box," -- -
and skits starring Ga., native began working as ii i -- m
are: Mrs. Jacqueline: ClIn Mr. ;; Vincent Price and Christopher
Bradford on
County deputy
I a
Gus Kcp3lous3s, Captain John I ,'V't t Lee The former is not rated Saturday, Oct. 25. t
e 1 1 Myers, and Judge:! Thsron "- .. \ and the latter has an M rating. Dempsey took the 200 hours City Fish & Meat t
Yawn. MC for the evening JakeC. v. "r' basic training course requiredby

if trade Bradley l will be announcing: (I ,:, .( .. First PhaseOf the Police Standards Coun- t
you during t such events: as Cheers: by the< f cil last spring and has also Market
Varsity! and Jr. Varsity cheerleafers :! :i :: 'i Dove Season taken the breatholizercourse. e
or E rvAiioN : an address by Coach .
UPGRADEUpgrad David::! H'jrse, Principal! Ralph 'LtJ: Closes Nov. 2 The new deputy said he had t Under New Management' -
DJ333! Drill Team: Band and talked with Sheriff P. D. Reddish t

Majorettes and 9, 10, 11, and Junior FFA Officers Florida dove hunters will a year or so ago and Open 8 A.M. To 9 P.M. Mon., Tues., Thtira.,

12th grade: skits.! have to put their gunsway: the Sheriff said to take the t Fri., Sat., and Sun. Closed WednesdayPRICES
At the close! cf the evening:! training and If he needed me
Junior Chapter FFA officers elected at Bradford High last for a two week!!! perld cr swing and I still wanted the job we'd t
your heating system !nowUpgndi the skit winners will be an- GOOD EVERY
your comfort for yon nounced. Then as a grand week are: front row ((1-r) Ewell Craft, reporter; Gary Melvin their attention; to other jams: talk other terms later. DAY

to cornel Trade In your old heateron finale the! naming of the< 1909 sentinel; and Jerry Walters, chaplain. ins rear: Mike Macy. birds and:! animals! wh n thefirst !! At a meeting held last weekin I '

i beautiful Siegler oil heater Bradford High School Homecoming ( !- president; Walter Prevntt, vice-president; Sammy Hallmark, closes phase of the dove: season Reno to discuss a petition (mAnE "A" t
at sundown November 2.
: be hiredto
and want to trade after which is and asking that a Negro
you'll never Queen secretary Ricky Tomlinson, treasurer
According; to the Game andFresh : replace Fuqua, Sheriff Red-
again! Upgrade your living with the bonfire< .
Water' Fish Commission! t
dish said he plans to have Dan IFRYERS-Ib.----39c
toasty warm floors all winter long. The Homecoming Parade *--- eeeer-aaww
e-raaemesa. the first phase season which Jr. the t
= Hankerson, only Negro
Siegler offers unmatched perform- Friday. Oct. 31, will brain; at
opened October, 4 will end atrundown
applicant who meets the stan-
ante, construction and economyfor lot BHS.
the parking of
Sunday:! Nov 2. Thr dards set up by the Police Stan- t
: a lifetime of comfort. Com classes will be U. S. GOOD STEAK
The following
second:! phase! of the! 1069-70 dards Council, enter the next
: In now, during "Operation Up Ssnicr Class, t
in the parade: : :
offered at the
for 200
: grade" and find out how much tjT season hunting migratory hour course
FreE Sophomore
m'll1. mourning cove! will open at Vo-Tech Center.At .
old heater Is worth In trade
your ROUND
& Middle School. t LB.
noon Saturday. N v. 13 and that meeting the Sheriff
on a quality Siegler' Home Heater. C
The following club floats will continue through November 39. said he plans to employ a Negro SIRLOIN 98 t
bs represented: D. C. T., The third and: final phase! as a full-time deputy If
DENMARKFURNITURE Science: Spanish, Int! at.: season will open December! 13 he can get the funds from the t
Candy: Stripers: French and and continue through January County Commission next Aug- t
co Drama Clubs 5. ust to put on a fifth full-time ENTER CUT
BHS extends! :! an invitation to a deputy
Dove hunters are allowed a
J34 W. CALL STREE1 all citizens to ccme cut and dally brig: limit! of 18 birds, and Deputy Dempsey graduated t PORK CHOPS Lb. 79c:
see the! parads.: I am sare you 1. e 1L J ..r. legal hunting hours are from from Lowndes County High t
PHONE 964-5827 will enjoy Its col: fulness. 12 to sunset. School in Valdosta and then .
/ President!: : cf the! Candystrip-: went on to the Abraham- t 49C
Senior FFA Officersnior Baldwin Jr. College in Tifton t

o -- Ga. lie graduated from that U.S. GOOD ,
.k' Pre '.',, .. .. !I/ft; :w: ( ,ClJWier ,fj.'}#..ffKvri( ....,.e\.gyyed\ { .nt! Bradford High/ last (' ) school in 1964.
: ; week a're (I-r): In front David Stalna'ter chaplain; David After graduating he was em- t CHUCK STEAK
: : ployed by the Cotton Producers
A Line of WainwrIght treasurer and -4' ;
Complete /3' Wayne Bennett secretary. In back: t = .: Association to work in the Far- 691c'
Jimmy Alvarez, president; Dale demons, vice-president; Rich mers Mutual Exchange in Val- RID

I Pets and Pet Supplies (.f ) and Sapp, reporter and Robert Rosier, sentinel January dosta where of he 1967 worked when until he t STEAK LDa .

I at Fla. Pest Control I tG weAP t ers, Claudette Peterson! Is still Peace AwardPresented He was transferred worked In Starke to Starke.until
t, t tt. taking; addresses of servicemenin f 13 DOZEN
b FOR CHRISTmAS when he
V'etnam! that yo'would To June of this year was $1 3 5 f
transferred to Hillyard.
like to hivs sent a Ch-ls'ma
t. t tit package. Her: phon r.umbel' is Aaron KrovitzAaron ,. Dempsey is married and .he t IARCEECCS .
10 GAL. AQUARIUM 864-7056. tfIUU and daughter.his wife have a twoyearold j

it:, SET UP are Football Misses Sponsor's Vicki Put"im thli Dan-year business Kravitz civic, and promInent phllan- "Physician-heel thyself!" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:;:;:::;:;:;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::=---:-:---------::-::---:---:-..::.;..:......;.::-=-.......,.::.=..........=.......n-----:. ........,................,....".." j
t tI na Tilley Brenda Toml'n'; 'an, tropic leader, and a memberof ;
Arlene Rudolph! : !: Polly Wa''s' the !board of Governors of
I L A SAVE 8 and Carolyn Bicwn Beth Dvld. Congregation of Jacksonville

rt Miami. received the Jeru-
t t tit
l $ salem Pttace Award at the an- Bargaincounter
] 595 Asst. Ranger nual Help David-Israel Dinnerof

Transferred HereJ. State on Sunday, Oct. 19, Business
,it t at the Fontainbleau Hotel,
( Reg. $23.95)) W. Kelly has been named Miami Bitach.Comltue .

Complete set with Tank assistant district forest ran- to Miami especiallyto
1( up Pump Heater, Filter, Tubing. ,
: Grovel, Plants and 8 Fnh"' A Terrifc, Value Tuesday Only ger and will be stationed at the center the award on Mr. DirectoryAuto
SR 100 headquarters of the Kravltz wan Col. lavneh Yav-
Florida Division of Forestry. neh, o-ie of the heroes of
1-- >l\ Kelly, with 21 years exper- Israel's Six-Day War, and one Sales Electric rates have gone
t ience with the Forest Service, of the Lap commanders of Is- Service.
w. WII Hold roc Yr has been transferred from Jasper rael's A4r! Force. down eleven times since 19571!
C,,,it.,.... icrU In Hamilton County where'he Parrish MotorsSALES
At ttw same time, a post- In one sense, :your electric meter is a electric serves: you i is how little it
r, 376.2661 '9Y12 e was a county ranger., humous award was conferredupon gateway. Through it, electric power costs The average price paid per
I 20 N.W. 16th Avc. We late William Wein- your home dozens of kilowatt hour hy I 'PLserv&Jcomforts

& CHEMICAL COMPANY traub who, with Mr. Kravitz, SERVICE VOLVO and conveniences, from air families today is one-third: less than
founded the Eagle Army-Navy PARTS
: _ir etl J Stores, the largest discount conditioning through automatic it was in 1957 Isn't that a pleasant

.' chain I liu FlorIda The award will dishwashing surprise in these days of fast-rising;
Always Good Used Cars. And almost remarkable the ''
be accepted by Mrs.WeIntraub as as prices' '.
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 variety of in which Harmless
ways -
The Historic plaques which 1=1==11 fJ ;
this occasion -'
: HUNTING NEWS were presented on
1x5ar the following in- KT.FfTRir MOTOR=i :,\""'a '' ',.'TpMrR ."
scriptiom from the prophet Is-
alahon: For Zion's sake, I
shall not silent. For Je- PEAVY Brothers

h DEER SEASON OPENS SAT., NOV. 1 rusalem"rest ); sake. I shall not Electric Co.,

Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
Electric MotorsSold
;: Be Prepared --- Shop Where The leader cxf the Beth David Congregation -
Serviced Repaired
said, "This inscription -
Latest Equipment Is In Stock is a fitting testimonial to 'Generators Starters Armature
1 Aaron Kravitz, who has for Rewinding.I .

many ;years been a dedicated L404.4.
; USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN supporter: in the upbuilding of ,. 8 {*:
Israel atud has given outstanding PIANOS .
leadership! in building the
State. YVi,a are proud that he hat YAMAHA PIANOS
Bank Financing On Guns --- 20% DOWN been chosen for this high honor.It CONN and KIMBALL a '
brings honor not only to him, ORGANS a 2 a9 2 2' a e 2 \ \
i but to our congregation and the 7

:: SHOT GUNS HUNTING CAPS entire community'
; I RIFLESHUNTING LATEST COMO. CLOTHING Mr. Kravitz: has earned com-
;: COATS SNAKE BITE KITS munltywtde esteem for his ser K I l O W A r i H O V i S
.' vice to.many: worthy causes, in 24 p
I HUNTING VESTSWATERPROOF HUNTING KNIVES addition to the synagogue and the
BOOTS SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS strengthening of Israel. He is f.l'SI tl 'S
= GUN CASES HUNTING STOOLS a member of the Board of Gov- f'PE 045 FORM 35

;. MOST CAL. RIFLE AMMO. NEW TYPE GAME BAG ernors 'of the Israel Bond trganizati ) 1 attar IfAloe wnWOUa wise e014, I200ct
ASSORT. GAME CALLS ALL WEATHER SUITS 1m, vice president the 240v 3w f 510C961G16 1A30 Kh 7.25C82
Jewish Home for the Aged, and KIMUULI. "SWIN6ER"OnGANS
chairman< of the Thrift Shop
Committee.: lie Is a memberof 145
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519
;. INSULATED UNDERWEAR LANTERN I Hlbiseus\ I Lodge, B'naiB'rith,
and the Board of Governors of 53 019 925

!Kravltz( is president or
the 116 store chain of Eagle LITTLE DUDE
: .Army.;avy Stores, includingthe
one :In Starke on West Ma-
!, Slarke Builders Supplies Inc. dison Sit lie is also presidentand Western Store
t chairman' of the board of
.. Dade W hole sale! Products, Inc. Western Clothing! -. Leather-

;> 219 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 964-4201 Kravldz: and Weintraub found- goods Saddle and Trailer
Charles & Sharon Petty nCllT JSFLATJU-.I: USE l ELECTRICITY' \\ hat else less.
-' ed the chain In 1945 after comingto : costs' : toOiy than it did in 1957
Miami from Newark N. J, 003 8. Ed *irood U4-U10

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Calvary Baptist Church for the purpose that God \ : :" ,'=< '",1'',?.,< '( ; "{ ,. >.!'

WHY> DO SUFFER CHRISTIANS? sinful should and,be.; glorified adulterous before'world.a ",.;,:tI.-,','>.:,k;"{:,;>..""f-t.1-:.; ;""", ,;?,f..<,<'f1f \.<-><'}", 'N''JW. ''itf., !iA"m rf'. Ik'i ,.<,'..../. .,.". 4'%;-?";./,>.x"/lr, !}).;'>-
David said in Psalms 73, The result was healing and ; '..Ji. "<',:;' ;;"(<'f"'X'ii;", 'A.ft.. "m '"".i'-3''f'ft"i" (,".1,,,.,'..' .':":" >< :f> ,,"" '>>.>./";..,.':.;.',.fJ'y.":,....#/' ;; f ..- ..,
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"For I was envious at the foolish :blessing which made the suffering .' "wy.' '" ,",;>;}.&;w.:,;;''Q. ''i:'$:''''>< '" ,''''. .' > n
when I saw the prosperity seem Insignificant.In <<< '; !.l?

ef, the wicked. For there are Peter 1:6-7: we are 'toW ..h
no bands in their death: 'but that the trial and.proving of

their strength Is firm They are our faith is far more precious BVERQREEN BAPTIST :
not in trouble as other men: :than the trial of gold that per LAWTEY.8unca7 CHURCH
Neither .are they plagued like lane-th. in the midst of trials CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH School 10 a.m. Mornfcw j'Jnday: Bible Study 10.a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School 9:45: a. m. i
CHURCH tlor'nlng Worship and CommunJtm Worship 11 a, m.; EveningWorship Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth s
other men. In this day cf end troubles the strength of OOP LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Worship. 11:15. Sunday "
: .
trouble and: turmoil perhapsone faith and Christian characterIs Sunday School. 10 a.m. 4118,: East Call St. 6:30. Service, 11 a. m. Evening 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship! 6 p. m. Choir.Pr..- ?
11 a.m.. Night: service. : Highway. 7:30: m.:- Wednesday tic,. Wednesday 8 p. m.
question lingers more In manifested to those around Worship Service, Sunday Priesthood: 8:30 northwest of LawteY.1tey.R. services. 6:00. Meeting. p.
125 service 7j Heaters, Robert D. Burch ,
Evening Service. 7 p.m. Wednesday Worship -Rev. J. C. pastor Rer.
the heart of God's people than :us. To :bear a testimony for am. Sunday School. 10. Sacra L. Bennett pastor
any other That is, "Why do God when things! are gong Friday Night Cottage Prayer merit 11:15.Monday: >. no. Minister! Jack P. Bell
Christians suffer so?" While it /well Is one thing but to speakof :Meeting Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH '"'
Is true that the Bible :teaches His wonderous: grace and Thursday Night, Prayer Tuesday MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora- NORTHSIDE BAPTISTCHURCH Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Highway 100-A-
His chil In'the (Meeting in church. 7:30: p.m. Pre-Ser- School, Ll:00: a. m. Morning ,*.
that God! chastens mercy time of deep Wednesday Relief Society, lag Worship, 11 a m. t
dren Hebrews 12:6.: this certainly trouble Is another. Youth Service. Tuesday :night) 7.10: p.m. vices (Booster Band, YoungPeople : Schedule of service: Sunday Worship 6:00 p. m. Training: Sunday School, 10 am. Morn- .. .--.
does not mean that all When Christians suffer It Is 7:30: p.m.Ivy -Dean Hansen and Prayer Service), 6 .School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- ing Worship, 11. Training! UnIon ':

Buffering is the result of sin. not because: their Lord Is unaware Luke Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m I liMp, 10:45: a. m. Training TO- Wediwsday-7:3U 7 p.m. Evening Worship, '. '
In the .book of Job we find or unconcerned: butrather Midweek Sea-vice Wednesday ion., 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. :; PrayerSer 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. .

this Godly man suffering afflictions that He permits these SMYRNA MISSIONARY JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D, 715.:;! Mid-Week Prayer Service vices, S p.m Rev. Don Dmvdy .
that God might! be glorified things for our good. Romans BAPTIST CHURCH BtAPTIST MISSION pastor Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. Pastor .
633 W. Pratt Sunday .
and that Satan might be 8:28: : either for our strengthening St. sexvices '.
301 behind
: Sunday School 10 a. m u. S. North, Tu-
to shame. At the time of and growth in for
put faith :.
Drive In.
Preaching 11 a. m. Training taw Frees Sunday I :
this great suffering. Job was our learning, or that we might ;
UnlG.. i:43: p. m. Evening Wor- Sdthool. 10 a.m. Worship Servile ;....#..., ,.
unaware of the cause, but remained become more broken! and sub a
'hip 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. *, 11 ..m. and 7 p.m. Prayer :. g: .
: faithful to his God. mitted to Him. Remember always
Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
'the rewards far He who
Ultimately is mindful of the I
Olive E. L.GJr1ffl.t. r
-Leroy pastor: :
OTitmeasured the suffering. >death of the time:
even sparrows Is st.. to Pro
Marks Episcopal associate pastor. !!. .
Is "
In John, Chaper 9. there certainly not careless or Indifferent
(Sunday) Services .
the account of a man who with His own. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST !;,; Life I can l be so full and active There are the school hours time for study and rfor ';

10 a.m. Church School :IilPwaXW.. 'N4ll1htt'" a growing child there must be recreation.:' Also a time:' for eating is necessary, :*

Homecoming Day Holy 11 a.m.Eucharist Family Service lit and 3rd MtornlngWorship.Luwtey. Sunday School, 11:15.10$ Sunday njm.-, and a time.:' to be with the family. One:' of the:' most needed:' :' tunes:': is fo be with; God; :

1 At First Methodist: \ Chu- \ Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd Night Service. 6:30.: ..R v. i j in prayer. There:' are:' limes:': that we should give:' thanks ,to God for our food, and times:
uid 4th Sundays. IU L :
Bennett pastor.CHURCH .
1omecomingobserve I to seek:' I his: guidance and
Sunday, Nov. 2 i. "
watch-eare.:', and there.:' are e .
be observed will bs' K1NGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST. : OF GOD r- :
Homecoming Day will\ HomeOt1\\n Church !" .
Baptist tunes to pray with others. "
St. Starke.Bwnday
:Sunday. Nov. 2, at the at Baul1b Nov. 9. Sunday School 9:30: ; Training 122 N. St. Clair }.y. :
First United Methodist Churchof ed Sunday, roor Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning School, 10 a. m. Worship 1 This we can do by attending:' e #

Starke. ClaY Guest speakertfobeta! : former ;Worship 11 a.m.; Evening Woo Services, 11 R. m. and 7:30: p, j church. i /' r .
Rev. John Brabham, pastorOf service elllp 7 pm.; prayer Meeting nu. PrayerMeeting, Fiiday 7:30: FF
Hendricks United Methodist ing served at 1 7:30: Wednesday.*: p,m.-Rev, Chester J. Shooiipe':" I., t =
pastor.will be .
Church Jacksonville and a former Lunch Interim pastor Rev. Fred pwetor. j.... r f
pastor here, will be guest the Munro .
:be II 1 n gnl111 HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1
preacher at the morning worship / p.'There will singers
the 100 at Tnere&sa)
Amor '(Highway
service. aternoon. gToups, Airpark Baptist Church
the new ntalEvange' Sunday School-10 a. m 'I' .
will be served on two '
Dinner !
'be Sunday
",-111 The Santkm School, 9:45 a.m.: Morn. WOl'Shlp-11 I
Moining a. m.
grounds following the morning and Ing Worship 11:00- a.m.; Even. The Church it God's appointed agency inthis
Training Ur.lo0.-6:30: 01.
service. members anttect. tag Worship, 7:00 p.m.; Wed. 7:15 p. j t world for spreading the knowledge ol J.
Allen organ past Evening Woi ship- : p. m.
Dedicating the new Memberststs Prayer Meeting and Bible Stu. Night Prayer Ser- HIS love for man and ol His demand for

which In the has church Just been sanctuary Installed bends are 1M' dy 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of vtee-7:30 Wednesday: (>. in. Rev. Merle :.,." man to respond to that love by loving his I..
C. J. Sheffield
Pastor. neighbor. Without this in the
HeldSaturday ( grounding
: a special program of organ Services Everyone Welcome. Fftcfcham, paator. : '
music will be presented at ,'. love of God, no government or society or .
For ,
2 p.m. by !Mrs. Sandra Bocth, BROOKER I 1F'IRS'fSSE.IBLY OF GOD ::: .' I way of life will long persevere and the !

organist of the Southslde Mrs. Cox, HamptonMrs. BROOKER, BAPTIST FLA. CHURCH OF STARKE : t '., freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably i

Methodist Church in Jackson- Rev. Jim 'We*,! Weldon St. and Raiford : .. .. perish. Therefore, even from a
Temple pastor -;;;::
p r.
vllle. The public Is Invited to Leila J. Cox. 79, of Sunday School, 10 a.m. Ron Road ; : ; ...y selfish point of view, one should support .
share this progamWith/ members Hampton died upon arrival at Bristol. Superintendent. Train Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. ; .' 4 ..,; the (Church for the sake of the welfare of

of the congregation and the Bradford County Hospital Ing Union, 6:45: p,m. Lowell 1111:00\ a: in. "Morning' Worship; : himself and his family. Beyond that however
guests. morning: Oct.: 23. "'iiOO) C. A. Services 7:00
homecoming Thursday: Douglas, Director. Worship :: p. m. ; :
should uphold and
The offering at the morning following! a short illness. Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern pi, m. Evangelistic Services : every person
service will go into the organ Born in Green Cove Springs Outlaw music director. Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid ;.V participate in the Church because it tells 1
fund Rev. DeWitt FarabeeJr. (May 19, 1890, Mrs. Cox was the Week Prayer Meeting j;::: the truth about man's life, death and .

., pastor announced. daughter of the late Daniel FIRST UNITED METHODIST :Pastor: T. E. GWeyHEILBRONN s destiny, 'the truth which alone will set him .
and Mary Jane Sapp Cox. She free to live, as a child of God
CARD OF THANKS :was a member of the Baptist SundayChurch School, 9:45: : BAPTIST j:::: : 'x'!

May I take this method of Church. a.m.; Morning! Worship and CHURCH HIGHWAY 16 N. :;( Ce..... Ad. s....
thanking my friends and neighbors Homecoming Observance; U.m ''? Sunday: School 9:43: 'a. m ; : '

for their kinSnsss: and Surviving are six daughters! : : Dinner on the Ground: tMoinuiff: Worship 11. Training : .SLJ I" :""':--\\'NTlil' ....N .. ... ,.
,thoughtfulness 'during my stay Mrs. Aleen Call and Mrs. 12:30: p.m.Organ:; : Concert, 2 UI1ID1 11" 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- : <<
In the hospital. I would especially Janle Hicks, tooth' of Hampton/; pjn.: MYF Sab-District Council vice. 7:30.: Mtrt-A-eck Prayer Bet ':w:
like to think Dr. Pat:ay, Mrs. Annia: Tyre of Stark; at Lake City 2:30: ; MYP \'.. ce, 7:30.: : S '- 9. !'

Dr. Felos and the Bradford Mrs. Evelyn Hicks, and Mrs. Snack Supper, 8 p.m.; MYP -Re*', li Tommy Howe, Pastor :,::' 'y +s ;.
County Hospital ataff. -Fonzo Inez Coleman, both of Jacksonville Meetings. 6:30; Evening Worship ;f w :
,.... -.
Prevatt. and Mrs. Zelma Gourleyof i and Holy Communion, 8 ''I'IGIIAIIAM BAPTIST CHURCH :
New Brunswick! N. J.: six '::
a', Moss
Sunday School, 10 m.
CARD:: OF THANKSTo sons: Frank of Ft. McCoy p.m.Monday Glrly- Scouts. 3:15: j lead Worship, 11 a. m. and' 7 p. i !

the many friends, relatives Woodrow of Lake Geneva Earl ran.- ReFred'Johns, pastor .
and school chums who sothoughtfully of Hampton, Grover C. Jr of p.m.Tuesday WSCS Executive .

visited me while Springfield, Va., Ray of Siarke, Meeting 9:30 a.m.; WSCS General NEW IUVER BAPTIST

I was in the hospital and to and Robert Cox of Orange Business Meeting, 10 a.m.; Sunday, School, 10 ,a. m. Morning &
the Medical Staff of Bradford: Park; one sister: Miss Maggie Brownies, 3:15: pm. Worship, 11 a. in. Training: ii:
County Hospital( and especiallyDr. Johnson of Hampton, .land a WednesdayChildren's- Choir 'Jltalcu.: 7 p. m. Evening Worship!

Salazar. I wish to expressmy brother: Dan Johnson of Rehearsal 3:30: p.m.; Prayer 81 p- m. Wednesday right er- '
heartfelt thanks! for' the Hampton. Meeting and Bible Study. 7:30.: vilce' 7:30: p. m. Everyone welx -

concern and attention shown ThursdayYouth Choir Rehearsal :< me -L. L. Parker, pastor. r I

me during my recovery.: Mike Services were held in Jones 7 p.m.: Chancel Choir I STARKE "66"SERVICE ,
Reed. Memorial Chapel in Starke at Rehearsal. 7:30.: Girl Scouts, FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL .

2 p.m Saturday::! with Rev.Melv'.n 3:15.Rev.: Sunday Service: Sunday j ,
Hamel. pastor of Hamp- DeWitt T Farabee-, Pas. Stchool, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worsilhlp GULF SERVICE SERVICE .
10:45 Evening Ser- :
tor. : a m.
PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 ;ton Baptist Church and Dr. Ph. 964-7231
1) Dice, 6:30: m. Midweek Ser Bill Edwards :
I p. Phone 964-6111
to $625. Take the drudgery out Bob Gray officiating. Burial AND Carl Hurst
of paper work.-Bradford County was in Hampton Cemetery under FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH nice\ Wednesday 7:15: p. m. Tire Tni-Ing !rte
-Charles Reese, minister
Telegraph. ,direction of DeWitt C. STARKE U-HAUL RENTALS Adjostlac .
I Opportunities of service; Headlight
Jones Funeral Home. 1 9AYL2SS HIGHWAYiBAPTipTciftmca
Sunday, Nov. 2 Brother Track Trailer Brake Berries
I -
licod meeting and breakfast,, Wheel Balance mod :;:1
-- --- 7:30: a.m. Sur-day1 School 945.: euDdal School 10 *jn. Pre. Complete Lubrication :

[Morning Worship at 11; sermon t IIda1D8 Service set 11. 'Trtoln :' Minor Tune-Ups Alignment :

r "Who Is My Neighbor?" 'iJ( oD. 6 j>Jn,'!Evening Service : PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ::ij

c Church Council 5:15.: Training '1&. Midweek Prayer Meetiiw. 1011 N. Temple Avenue ._.__'u 00
REVIVALI Union. C:15.: Evening: sermon 'Wednesday. 7:30.: Everyone web AD Minor Repairs r
God's Call of Mcses." OrowwOp PHONE 964.5899
..c>>ome. Rev. George E. -
Monday Deacons Metlnj, SERVICE ATS. Stsrks:
tor, I 24-HR. WRECKER 617 N. Temple #
7 pm. Youth Choir Practice STARKE BUILDERS i

7:30.Tuesday: WMTJ Council HAAIPTUN CHRISTIAN ; Hiway 301 and 100 LAWSON : l'l'i

Meeting 10:30.: WMU program, CHURCH i SUPPLIES, Inc.
I 11:15.: Covered dish'! luncheon Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning <10 S. Temple Starke MARKET : I It
12 noon. WMU business meet Worship at 11.: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT :

ing, 12::30. Carol Choir, Sun. Worship. 7:30.: Rev. Carl =$. Complete Paint Supplies STORAGE :
!beams, 3:30. Jun'or GA, ChI! Clarke pastor. and Sporting Goods AND COLD

BAPTIST CHURCHGRIFFIS dren's Wednesday Choir, -425.: :Sunday SchoolSuperintendent's FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMP10N Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES' We tat Specialise Cutting In and Cutom Wrapping Slaughter-;: .

Inij, 6:30.: Prayer Cabinet Meeting Ji/Tet-7:30./ : Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep :Fmae ". .

( LOOP) Church Choir Practice, 8:15.: Worship at 11. Training '
Thursday No.,. Visitation,, Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night ;;
Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed 24- 't. Wide
7 p m -ti LORIDA Phone 964-7059 :-
choir practice Starke Nursing -
-W, A. Hogan Pastor. by Home service 2:45: p. m. :: Also 12Ft. Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD :

Monday November 3 MADISON STREET ---Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor EST : .


Opportunities :for service: CALVARY BAPTIST ;u ONTROL4OWMCALCO. COUNTY .
.. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning :;; Campers and TraTcltrallen
Sunday: 9:45: a.m.
Sunday November 9 Morning Worship, 11. Youth Worship 11 a. m. Training f TELEGRAPH ; !
Choir Practice 4:30.: Youth Union, 6:30: p. m. Eventov Ser- Keystone Heights '.

I Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: TrainIng tfce,7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Weditesduy : 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES : ;.
7:30 m/ Rev. R. R. and Lake Geneva-Ph.
p. Fla.
Union 6:15.: WMU prayer ; 539 E. Call St. Starke.
Butler Paol'l' TYPEWRITERS ;
Circle, 7:15. Evening Worship
7:15 P.M. PRAYER SERVICE 7:30.: Pupae 964-5745 for FREE

Tuesday Pra-yer Group. 9:3: (I ADDING MACHINES i :
: I Grace Baptist Inspections and Estimates

Wednesday -RAs, GAs, Sunbeams 1 Revival Set .
8:00 P.M. .PREACHING HOUR 6:30: p.m. Prayer MeetIng CO. EDWARDS :

7:30.: Church Choir Frac Revival services are scheifluled WILLIAMSJEWELRY .

tlce, 8:30.Thursday: ( ,/ at Grace Baptist! Church. Gn *ry' and Marks
Church Visits ,,iBRS-lOOA (Grim, Loop), Monday Better Service For Your
ion, 7 p.m.Denton. ,/ Nov. 3, through Sunday Griesrle. Meals' FeM
REV. DON R. DRAWDY Sumrall, pastor. I l'fov.9. Title Problenu AND OIL '.

Rev. Don R. Drnwly: pastor. Official Class Rings GAS :

Singing Set AC ,evangelist, will deliver! the Keepsake Diamonds Abstract. Jack ud' Gladys Edward. '.

Pastor Evangelist Heilbronn Church mesas ges. BULOVA WATCHES :
Prayer service will ,begin Title Insurance U. & 301 Sooth State "

There will ''be a North FlorIda leech night at 7:15: p.m., special 142 W. Call St. Starke :
gosp-M) : Ring at HllbronnSprlrjs : singing at 7:30: pm., and 984.7064 158 W. Can Ph. M4-WS1 PHONE M4-U11 .' ,

!' Baptist Church between I preaching hour at 8 p.m Phone ;

EVERYONE : Stnrke and Raiford on The Apostles Quartet of Jack- CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE, Inc. .
SR-IS. Salirrd.ty.: Nov. 1, at 7:30: isonville will be feature in the

WELCOME p.m.All singers_ are Invited!! to i tinging. e e e Owned By Those We Serve: In Twerre Northeast PtorMa GmtlM ".....ta. Our.(M.abtlrs UTe Betterk ;

participate. The man at the next desk EJectrIcaU7"-K.: HefrfcU-PfctM 4)7S-4fU ;
Refreshments will be servedat says about the only mistake .:

I Intermission. he hasn't made in the Game Mn .I:. IIrUJ: .:U..I ..JIl] Iti. ''Jim". :
peon. "'.nnnn.ten. IV"1' an KMtft of Life is overconfidence :$. >> 11 ,1 : ;

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Humphries Bag Candidates

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSrKeystone' MELROSE First Deer May QualifyAt [Indians Tame 'The Panthers; 1

--- After seven years of hunting

deer' with a bow and arrow KeystoneWith

.. Joyce ana: Sam Humphries of Defense Closes Cage 22-14

-, - -I- '" ... o'1It ..... "'", """' A _.. ---....- -...----- -- Little Lake Geneva made:! their the qualifying period now ,

first kill Oct. 4 In ths Citrus for candidates in the De-
the agendafor
Shop will be next on Game Management Area in open 05' MIKE CHITTYihe Keystone scored again In the
Workshops. The talents cenber 2 Keystone Heights e-
\ NEWS the the Wi'hlacoochea! For st.T'el'mlng second quarter after Joe
need the assistance lection all incumbents exceptone
of few
1 a
\ blocked a punt,
in the unskilled but it their "great are expected to seek re- Moore

By JIM Hi/iteSl a, Helen ,Eian of useful many work of stuffing toy anl- moment" Mrs. Humphries reports election. amazing Defense of the romped 51 yards only line to be of
the 8 yard
PkaM Phone In Your I mans cutting material, piece that she saw the dos. Candidates who wish to run Keystone Indians came up with stopped on then
EASTERN STARAt work for quilts and the soclal- legal for archers first and must obtain petitions with the another outstanding performance ewberry. Sandy Grayson Baker
the October 21 blllty; of serving together In shot It through ths fUnk from signatures of 25 qualified voters setting up all three took an 8 yard pass PAT attempt
In for the :
DUPLICATE BRIDGE. CLUB each the work of the church. This !her fox hole about 35 yards before the deadline, Nov touchdowns, as the Indians took score.
ston with 19 points. ComingIn meeting, failed and Keystone led 22-0
The Keystone Heights! Duplicate second with 14 points were tained an OES reporter knows how much one away. That caused the doe to ember 17. Candidates Mayor their fifth straight victory' in at halftime.,

Bridge: Club. l?>>orsord! by team! captain Vesta Aiken and opened the regular misses by being absent, and bolt toward h!r husbar.1: Sam. and City; Council pay a qualifying a 22-14 battle with Newberrylast However, Newberry camp out

the Woman's Club, meets every< sorters Mildred Sutton. Lucille These 18 Friends hopes to be back with the group in a tree stand about eight fee of $10 while the offices Friday night. This victory ready for action in the set:ond

Monday evenlnj at 7:30: at the Starnes and Miriam Can trell. various area Chapters. with her handwork completed feet off the ground.: of tax assessor and tax put the Indians way on top in half making the Indians fork

clubhouse.: These gamss! are The ladies reminded to ial courtesy was during convalesence. He shot the ':!e$? through the collector carry a fee of $5. the Class C, District 2 race for the victory Because iheir

open to the public. If YOU are check the: ,bulletin are board for honor of Past Patron Rev. Joe Greer occupied the heart as she ran by about 15 Of the three councilmen whose with Mayo suffering a 14-Q defeat first-string Quarterback was

In need of a partner please Information concerning the annual Williams and his wife pulpit at the Morning Worship feet away. Mrs. Humphries terms are expiring in December by Carrabelle.The out with injuries reserve QB

contact Mrs. T. H. Dent whoIs Invitational to be who were Service as a candidate for the says. The arrow went through Roy Watkins and James Indians wasted no time, 'Stanley Carlisle was leading the
Ladles Golden vacancy. He Is now teachingand ths deer directly through the Cook are expected to see reelection taking advantage of breaks
maintaining: a weekly rosteron Panthers and did a fine job
held in Palatka.: his Doctorate at while Ray Winans has and putting 16 points on the
available bridge players. Associate Matron Jo completing heart sIte: says, resulting in a of It. He connected a 65 yard
There were ten tables at the Columbia Presbyterian Seminary indicated he will not ask for board In the first quarter.Key-
Associate Conductress cloan
week'swinners Bomb" with Lenny Smith for
were as
Last dessert card party held at the He Is 36 another term. stone's first tally came after
piano 1 Love In Decatur The two used to slay first TD In the third
follows: First place with 43% sang arrows their quar-
club last Friday afternoon. old married and the Mayor Ray Starnes has announced lleptinstall recovered a ,New-: ,
ly. years the deer have been "retired"by The PAT attempt failed
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont ter.
points his intention to run
Hostesses for the party were father of one child.FELLOWSHIP berry fumble early In the
The next Chapter the Humnhrles.Garden and the was 22-6.
tie for second! place score
Tolles: a
:Mrs. Joe Wallace Mrs. Phil again. game, setting up a first and 10
with. 37*2 points between the Wright and Mrs. F. Howell. be a business 8 CLUB Tax Assessor John Gillls and on the Panthers' 44. Then The Panthers clawed the Indians -
November 4 at .
in the fourth -
teams of Mrs. C. Heptlnstall. Door prizes and gifts for win. Masonic Temple The Game Day was well attended ( Club Collector Aughtry Vance are Jack Wingate broke loose on again quarter
them know they were
Mrs. Hogue and Mr. and Mrs. ners Steve
Albert Bachmann and fourth were donated by members of COMMUNITY CHURCH Anne's Parish House.Mrs.William Enjoys Field Trip ion.Registration score with Sandy Grayson taking In still from alive.3 yards out, ther tooka
place with 36',i points M?s. T. the club. Proceeds:! will be donated Much is being Beam, president was able books will be a Donny Baker pass for the from Woods in ror 2

H. pent and Mrs. Harold Sutton to the club's building at the weekly to attend. Mrs. Ethel Weymanis Thirteen members of the open at the city; hall until Nov- 2-polnter making the score pass tightening the g'-p to

fund. each Wednesday from general chairman of the Game Garden Club of the LaVes: and ember 11 after which they will 8-0. Ricky Parades inter- points, minute e'fort

HALLOWEEN CARNIVALThe The Annual Petrock tournament 2. For the past couple Day program and announced that 'one guest enjoyed a trip to the be closed until December 3. cepted a Panthers' pass set to 22-14.at least In a last tie the game, Ernie -,

Kepstone Heights PTA will start the first weekin the members have this would conclude the 1969 Horticulture Department of the City; Clerk VIrgie Homer said ting the stage for the second Folston went up and grab-

anJ: the Junior Woman's Club November. This tcurnament their attention on Game Days, as November and 'University of Florida on October the books will be open all day TD for the Indians. Ken Pre- bed a Carlisle pass on tie in-

are: co-sponsoring the annual consists of team play among the kitchen booth. The December are holiday months. 13. After spending ,the on November 10, from 9 a.m. mn made a beautiful catch on dians' 10. However, he was' Unable -

Halloween carnival on Thursday the lad'es and the men. Everyone engale Circle, under Secretary Houston Driscoll morning in the greenhouses until 6 p.m. a pass from Baker going In to stop the clock os he

evenIng. Oct. 30. The par Is reminded:! to locate a James Cook has been reported that Mrs. William and gardens, the ladles had vvvyvvvvvvv'vvvvvymINDIAN for the score from 19 yards was brought down in bounds.

ade' is scheduled to start at partner and to sign up at the attractive childrens' Beam, president, read the following luncheon in the Reitz Union out. Baker then ran in for; Coach Raj'less made these

the/Volunteer Fire Department club for this tournament. icles. The Rebeccas report of the nominating followed by a short business the 2-polnter making it 16-0 comments about the game. "We
at4:45 p.m. meeting evenings for committee at the October 9 meeting conducted by Mrs. in the first quarter. got ahead in the first halt, then

There will be many entertainment ROTARY NEWS Christmas decorations luncheon and business meeting: Ralph Barker first vice pres we played conservative k.t1l1n
booths for both the County Agent Emmett Mo home. Toy Land and President Mrs. Fern Hanson; ident. (LAke It Fe) Jacksonville with the second half. Everybody

and! old. There will also Call of Green Cove Springs, 1st Vice President, Mrs. Ethel Byi Michael n. CtuttyPfc. weanesaay Football agal i. My[
young ::: Mrs. J. j. Sullivan was accepted her daughter Mrs. David Reid. played good
be'everal food concsss'ons! in was guest speaker at the Keystone Weyman; 2nd Vice President; as a new member. 47S-U71, : Last weekend Mrs.Helen Walker offense was led by Jack Win-
for the duration of Heights Rotary Club last hofer. Bill Bartlett Mrs. Nettle Smith; Treasurer, and Donny Baker. The
operation the field guestof gate,
Ladies Jacksonville was a
Introduce: by E. T. Martin Julius Hanson and Secretary, attending &&&&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&- of
Friday. He was eI". ; defense was led by Upper
carnival. and Sunday
the trip were: Mrs. Albert the Carpenters
GAME FRIDAY program chairman Myron Prevail liams Ray Starnes. Houston Driscoll. Lorimler Hague with 12 unassisted tackles -
LOCAL mann. Mrs. Ralph Barker friends and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
will be to
Gordon These names Greetings you
Jr.McCaU.. kleford
and 6 assests and andy
Heights Hleh ;
The Keystone who has been county Hayes Fremont ToU< ted for election, together with Mrs. Emily Ison Mrs. Kenneth neighbors, from your "happy visited them. with 8 unassisted
will challenge Christine Weberof Grayson,
School Indians Liggett, Mrs. R. V. Naples, changeR011lng.Re- Billy and
agent for the past 15 years. shall Gallop and any nominations from the with the tackles, and 5 assists. Our
at the Reservation Jacksonville spent Sunday
Branford High Charles Ogden. Mrs. D.
Mrs. was sure-
floor, which have been This reporter
this Friday:! evening starting discussed the current 4-H club (earn. Gordon previously Interviewed at the M. Pater Mrs. A. J. Quag-- ly porter.glad to see a little cool with Mr. and Mrs. James Rob- pass defense was very good
which to Local golfer Mur-
programs are open again this week. Ricky:
at 800.: After their victor. November 13 luncheon meeting. llano, Mrs. C. E. Strickland: weather last week for a welcome bins and helped celebrate
all boys and girls bsbween the !Won both low gross' an-1 rhee and Joe Moore were goodIn
ious defeat over Newberry last The successful candidates will Mrs. L. C. Stripling, Mrs. R. change. I don't know about James' birthday.
Friday, the local team Is leadIng ages of nine and 19 years of for the tournament. be Installed at the December N. Sunderland, Mrs. Leon Wagncr you folks but I've had a bait Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish the Linebacker slots.
inducted Ray Season
These programs have a winners week- This ups Keystone's
In the competition title. age. 11 luncheon and will M. Wrinkle and that hot weather. Especially and family Starke were
meeting Mrs. J. of
for M. ] Record to 5 and I 2 .nd 0
wide range of activities S. E. McKay, of Mr.and Mrs. D. W. ,
congratulatons! to the players and Don take office at the January 8 :Mrs. J. J. Sullivan.for with the news school work, end guests In Conference Competition.' The
both the boys and girls to par- Chessington
of the coaching day typing to Carpenter.
and members < meeting. and all my every ;
ticipate in on both an area iford. I Dorothy, Sam and Charles Indians home to trick Bradford,

staff.MAYOR STARNES TO SEEK and state level. HERE 'N THEREMrs. HOMEMAKERS COUNCILOn these children. It will beheld do.You might be Interested In Henry Butler of Ormond Beach and treat themselves to their

RE-ELECTION IN DEC. The speaker salt that every Joseph Dey Wednesday, Oct. 29, two in the Parish House and knowing that your rolling- spent the weekend with Doro- sixth straight victory In Key-

Mayor O. Raymond starnes state is now represented with home last Thursday:! members of each of the Clay is sponsored by the Melrose reporter got his first corrected thy's mother, Mrs. Jo Strand- stone this Friday night. of 12

announced Monday that he will 4-H clubs. McCall went on to a 3-week vacation County Club were invited to a Action Committee. Games will assignments backln the mail berg. Statistics: Passing-'
: 105 ards.Rushing .
discuss the incentives offeredto accompanies: her supervision of 6 happy Saturday night I attended a attempts for j
seek re-election In the forthcoming Workshop on the making of coat be under the last week and he's right 101 10 first
December election. boys and girls within the ,law and sister Mr. hanger knitting bags. A report University of Florida PhysicalEd with his first stab at it. Christian Youth Rally at the downs -90 yards.lost in

prior to being elected to his state of Florida to be active Robert Hoffower of will be made at the regular students. Refreshments are One *B* was the lowest grade Hampton Baptist Church. A- alties. Punts-yards 33 jards.pen-

term of office Mayor Si-arnes members in their respective Texas for a tour of the club meetings. The Keystone (being donated by the churchesof out of the entire assignment, mong the activities was a visitation Fumbles-. avg.

: to fill the unex- programs. states. The trip Club will send two memberson Melrose.Mr with a 94 and three b-pluses. : program, during which

was appointed term of the late Albert Nine members and seven visits with family and Monday, Oct. 3, to the Extension enl:: Mrs. Richard Logs- But boy, that just scratchedthe over 50 decisions were made EPISCOPAL WOMTJN:
pired guests of the Keystone Rotary In Portland. Denver, Office in Green Cove don and family of Orlando surface in about 24 to 36 for Christ. It was a real TO hAVE .\ZAA It
Nelson. luncheon and Jose. Besides tourln for the foods dem- her months work hard work that is, blessing to see all these young
TEEING OFF! Club attended a. commodity; spent the weekend: visiting timein The Ep'scopil'! Churcit Women -
Final rounds:! In the October the first annual 9 Hole Tcurn- points of Interest in onstration. On Wednesday two parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. before I can even think of bragging people have such activities.a good of TI Ir.lty C'mrch it Milroie. -
ament. to be sponsored by the Mrs. Dey also enjoyeS:;: : members will attend the and other friends any. Anyway it's sure clean healthy
were ('om,1eted, Robinson the end of wl1: sponJI' a baz,lar at
" "rn 1) ev ..-, We've reached
--' .s--- "' U4.sn3cers.I to get off to a good
Thu" SayDrTWfnWW'Br'HrKe i \U",-l .1- "trip 1j44.JL ti LeadershipTraIning and relatives here. .helpful.' another week and I'm getting the Parish Hoj on State
Woman's Oolf Assoc- ,at the Hidden. : Hills Country Mrs. Emery Cooper Class on "Stop VV'or- DUPLICATE BRIDGE start, It'helps"my feelings If tired. So until next week. Road 26 from !I:30): a.rr.. to 4
; "
l lat'on according to Lucille Club Friday afternoon. us tine Diocesan ring Start Living. Duplicate Bridge winters last nothing else.Tuesday May the good Lord bless and pm. Thursday, Nov. 6.
their guests and Mrs. Lena Members are asked to start night my grandparents -
Members and bers. Mrs. PaleyBoyd *
week were: Items sl"111 nclud
competing en
kt'jnes. four keep all.
) The Fall now making articles for the Hubert and Palma Chilly; you
tfuma were designated as who attended the tournament. attended the and:; Mrs. John Strawn. 1st down for a Now here's Leeon biked gJOds' fancy faocH,
annual bazaar to be held in of Starke came
also had representatives meeting in Cock and
Player's Gals. which place: Mrs. Mary LEEON's CORNER plants.! gifts needli'woik:
Palmer's Pals and father
Hubert -
', T1'v Green Cove on December 6. visit, and my
f ike's Swingers and Rodger's::! from the Rotary Clubs of Jacksonville October 23. St. A chicken barbecue dinner will Miss Iva Hlllyer 2nd place: James worked on their books, and! *hit el '!:h1nt
Beach. Downtown Jack- Society received first Mrs.! E. B. Goss !and Miss Bessie 'Chilly'What items. Luncheon will be ,ived
.,.fingers.A be served from 5 to 8 p.m. cars together. I went home with
Jacksonville contest
and the shrine Mrs.
sonville 3rd place
winning! team includedCuptaln Rutherford. : the night and at noon.
;:; The The bazaar opens at 1 p.m. them and spent
. Fran Chesslngton >and Southside included S. E. Mc. Mrs. Clemens' A. V. Bannister and Mrs. C. part of the next day with them. you're gettin chilly? ,

team: members Virginia Corey, Kay, Lon Rushton Mel Taylor, :Mr. and Mrs. Gay W. Hardy, 4th place. Otis: Melton picked me up Wed- That's a strange remark.It .

,K.tty Martin. 'and: Fran Living. Jim Chessin.gton. Wally Muhl- accompanied Mrs. PERSONALSMrs. M. A.. C. nesday afternoon and took me wasn't many moons ago KEYSTONE
.: mother Mrs. Turner of Marshal Beam has purchased The Melrose Action Committee out to the Meltons' new resi- You were hot enough to bark.

ville to Athens. Ga. a new mobile home and will meet Tuesday Nov. dence, where he joined his parents Last week we heard the grind.

end where Mrs. Turner Is situated next to the William 4 in the Library at 7:30.: Lonnie and Norma Mel- Of the Air Conditioners cool-

Car Shopping Minus a visit with her sister, Beam, Sr. mobile home in Lake Mrs. Maude Watkins Melrose ton. In their clean-up crew. Ing us down. HEIGHTS

joyed attending a Geneva. Her young Marine husband Elementary School principal After having supper at my

reunion.Mr. has been hospitalized atDa will be guest speaker. She will house we proceeded with our Now, It won't be long

Money WorriesYou and Mrs. Bill Nang with malaria. Recovery speak about ,the food programat visiting inviting people to our Till there's frost all over the DIRECTORY

and Mr. and Mrs. for Marshal and a homecoming the school. This 'Is part of Revival. In case we missed ground.

enjoyed a 3-day is looked forward toby the study being mi(da by the you the Revival is running We're leaving those short- -

can leave all money worries behind Port-o-<:al1 (near St. all well wishers In Key- group of hunger In the Melrose this week through Sunday, at sleeved shirts, BEAUTY SHOP
burg) last week. stone. area. the First Baptist Church in That we all love to wear. .
'when you shop for a car by leaving the two couples enjoyed We regret to hear that Mrs. HOMEMAKERS CLUBA Hampton. Nightly meetings And taking out those sweaters KEYSTONEBEAUTY

FINANCING to us! noon tour of Busch Roy Turknett has had to undergo program about foods and start at 7:30.: The closing Mes- To cut that brisk cool air.

Keystoners will check-ups at the Baptist garnishes was presented to sage will be In Sunday's Wor- SHOPEDITh
This means that you can "play the field' :learn that Mrs. Anne In Jacksonville and is members of the HomemakersClub ship Service beginning at 11 a.r- Air Conditioners will rest awhile -

: compare values right and left, check all "deals," a former resident !' under treatment' at home. at their regular meeting Una thing that we overlookedin Personal and JOHNSON. Owner

. to get the best value. Wherever or whatever you suddenly: at her home Mrs. Ann McLean hard Thursday. the Keystone They've really helped this year. Creative Hs.iStyl-
covering na' Every Form Beauty
buy, you can finance your purchase at the lowest .ings Nebraska on working and faithful Community; Following the meeting there Heights School Homecoming Time for cool weather, and Culture Tue-Sat. 9-S; closed
Church Heaters
. possible cost, on the most convenient terms, Word of her death Workshop from Chairman a seasonal !Was a Tupoerware party for activities was the fact thatT.C. time to,get ready for Holiday Montey, ,
Mrs. -
right here. her sister-in-law cold. members. Proceeds from the Miller was chose "Mr. School Cheer.

Beams. of Rd Cloud, sale will toe used to paint the Spirit of the Year. This is an Papa can kill a Turkey ."? .BUILDING MATERIAL

Begin your car shopping by stopping In to ka 63970. '" Club House. honor thatT. C. deserved great It's the 'Turkey Time" of the HARDWARE
Sgt. Wilson Tyre The HomemaTcers Club 1 Is ly. Jeff Miller finally found him-
..get all the facts and figures about our auto loans! year.
You'll be glad did! fiancee Miss Kathy MELROSEBy planning to have a workshopfor self a pickup like he wanted.He Before we can get everything\ BROOKLYN
you !were recent guests Chrstm3s! decorations and Is now the proud owner of ready .

Tyre's parents Mr. gift ideas. Members are presently a 1934 Ford truck. Now he has Thanksgiving Day will be here. SUPPLY HOUSELumber

COME IN GET ACQUAINTED Roy Tyre. Wilson will Joyce Rowe.rrrsrrrrrrsrsrssflrrc busy making articles for the job of fixing it up whichhe Plywood Builder's

leaving for a tour of .. their Bazaar which will be will enjoy. Lou Miller and This ole boy Is happy Hardware Rooting Shretrock

KEYSTONE STATE Thailand. !held In December. Mrs. Ida Whitehead were In Though to be cool will surelybe Paneling Paints Insulation
BANK Robinson
Mrs. E. M.
Mrs. Peter !Mr. and! BAZAAR Jacksonville last Thursday on strange. TooU Electrical' & Plumbing

daughter Melissa attended the Florida Laryngec. Members of the Episcopal business. Friday night the Millers But I, for one, am sure, Supplies.Hwy. .
Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Chevy Chase. Md., tomy Association meeting Woman Trinity Episcopal>> and the Lowers of Key- That I will welcome the change. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4888
Sunay.: The guest stone Heights went to Newberryto
last week of Mrs.
"Your Friendly Bank In Your William Church are planning a Bazaar
was actor the Indians< defeat New-
Mrs. see .
ents, Mr. and which will be hell: at the Episcopal C '"
Community. Baker of Lake Geneva.Announcing Gargan. berry. Saturday Linda CONCHETE PRODUCTS
Mrs. Lee Henry of Miami Parish House. :Df Gainesville visited Joan Miller Of course, we have seen,
November 6, from 9:30: In the batcbilt .
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. and attended 'The Little many seitcni come FORCONCRETE
-- - - - --
- Spires enroute to Columtla: S. morning until 4 In the after- Bits Riding Club" with them. to an end before but thii iti PRODUCTS
noon. Pat and TinW Flllmon and (the first one that hat had\ to CALL OR SEE
C.Don't Offered for sale will be baked week- be beaten to dacth.I .
forget to vote Nov. children of Tampa were Edward's Buildfng

S. 4th. Alachua Co. residents vote goods fancy foods good end guests of Pete and Joyce "......;.:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ..
plants, gifts needlework: George.Sunday .. Supply Inc.
Barton and son
et the Home DemonstrationClub. ; '., ,
/ Restaurant Putnam Co. residents white elephants virgin to antiques Joyce and her sister and hus t I GLASS i 726 s.IIN: 372-48-14

' / vote at the Melrose Elementary and books. band. Mae and Freddie Watter- ::, Gainesville, Florida
; / ; .;) School gym. Luncheon' will be served at son of Starke, left for Panama :*::, FOR EVERY PURPOSE 3

/ I Committee noon.. The menu will feature City; on business and to visit ; *
.1 I "' The Melrosa Action
-' "' Dining Room Is again collecting used: ham and macarino and cheese, Jim and Evelyn Brummett.Mr. :; Mirrors NURSERY
Collection peach and cottage cheese and Mrs. Owen Bryant "
toys for needy chiliren.: PURPOSI'SHEA'S
in salad rolls cookies, cake coffee spent Saturday In Gainesville : FOR EVERY O.C. Carnes Nursery
boxes will be put up
Opening Under New Management -- Nov. the Post Office and Ford's and tea. The price Is $1.23. with, Mr.their and daughter Mrs. and Lagrasse.family { Thousands of plants

Grocery Stors. If you have any Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lanier > Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

SPECIALIZING toys you don't need! they will September Tolls and Nancy, Dicky and Rica : GLASS CO. Evergreens
be greatly appreciated by thes.echildren
- IN Hit $1.1 Million Youngblood were visiting t Camellias & Azaleas
who might not 372-41H
and Robert Lanier and sons :j 372-4115 -
: OCEANFRESII wise have a trip from Santa. Over FloridaMore for a few days last week. ::: 111)I N.W. 4,h Plot ::' :MOST ALL IN CANS

SEA FOODand Mr. In and charge Mrs. Joseph of the drive.Mullenare ."Mrs.. D.. W.. .Carpenter. .., spent ..i:..........................-.............G.I."III...............y......................................;.s.-, ............'....:<:* PLANT Beautiful ANY Roses TIME- -

Melrose children will celebrate than 3.4 million vehicles Landscaping

PRIME STEAKS Halloween Friday: night. paid $559,153 in toll crossIng

There will ,be many small fry Jacksonville's four e'Cpl.ess.way :' KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Pfione 659.2165

out in their costumes trick or bridges:! during September,
23 Mi. S. S. of Starke onSATURDAYSUNDAY
treating: so if you are out on Department of Transportation
Businessman's Lunch Daily NOVEMBER 1-2 100 at Fiorahome
Special the highway please drive care Secretary Michael O. O'Neil

fully and watch out for these has announced.The .

DINING ROOM HOURS 10:30: A.M. TO 9OOP.M. 00. youngsters.Also S. E. McKAY: REALTORSenior
.. I I be sure to have' change total represents an 8.5 ,

CALL IN GO ORDERS SAVE TIME! }..t.\4J ; on hand for those who will Percent increase In revenue Residential:Memtir: AppraisersMortgage Society of

UNICEF. the collections
/ trick or treat for over September last : Brokers
United Nations chUdrens organization year.
Phone 473-4776
i which helps needy We Help You Finance
world. The Trout River Bridge recorded 'AflO4' Trailer lots $300. t'P
children nil over the -SBURL -
t the largest increase In The Best In Lake Front
FREE COFFEE SATURDAY J Boxes will be pa'sed out In TROY Rentals
children who revenue collectlon.s11.6 per Homes. Acreage,
school to those IVES.DONAHUEFROBE
I HETTY cent-while Warren Bridge remained Mrs. :Melba Ilgen Associate
In and Get Acquainted wish to participate. A party
In The Dining Rocm New Manager the toll and traffic Keystone Otflee173.181&
will be held from 7 to A p.m.
leader. Hornet 473.47101131811

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w" VOICE wWWW of theSPORTSMAN I Engineering Arms To Be Asked Legal Sunday In Hunting Florida,

tI High Court RulesThe -"
I For Proposals To Serve StarkeNames -- ---=

\. By MIKE CHITTY ,r Florida Supreme Court
has ruled that Sunday huntingIs

--- - -- ---- -- ---... """"" ,.O___ legal in the state unless prohibited pNS, : {I II,
-- of five engineeringfirms inda6ce
The Council set Nov. 6 at Sp.m. : by regulations of the wrat's I:

were agreed upon for as the time for a special: Game & Fresh Water Fish
HI, Sports Fans, from your white fishing alone Thursday. the City; Council to ask pro- meeting to hear the proposals. Commission. time to m bleeieways II

Rolling-Fisherman. I'm sure Friday morning Roy caught 9 posals to act as general engineers Tucker estimates It will take and
all you Hunters are glad this Bass, he got 7 of them schooling for the City of Starke. porches
each firm about 45 minutesto The effect of the ruling renders doors, T
week has finally arrived. Sat an<. they averaged 3 pounds The names were presentedby make Its presentation. The all state and local laws Ip
urday Is The Day,' right fellows each. Sunday Roy caught 4 Bass. Councilman Nell Tucker and would then be stu- Invalid ;
proposals banning hunting Sunday

? The day jou've been wait- I guess that's It for this week.I approved by the Council last on
died the Council and a decision -
by when they conflict with
Ing on since the last day of know you fellows are readyto week. City Clerk Merrill announced at a later 2, tr
Game Commission
the 68-69 Hunting Season. Before make those last minute Edwards was asked to write regulations R 1{

_ you start tearing off for checks so you'll be ready; for each firm asking that a pro- according to Maj. Robert M. i .
the woods, be sure you have Saturday. So untlll next week. posal be submitted.The Brantley, Northeast Regionmanager

everything you need, especiallyyour Good-bve. and good luckl.Girl1s !" firms are Smith & Gill- for the commission.!

LICENSE:; Also, be sure esple Engineers, Inc.. Reynolds In handing down the ruling,

you have a permit if one is Sports Smith, and Hills, Reg- the court declared that the ,

necessary Remember, it only ister & Cummings Engineers date.'i Game Commission has exclusive

takes one time of being fined Club :.Formed and Bessent, Hammack & Ass- authority in setting hunting

$35, or maybe more, to havea ociates Inc., all of Jackson- season dates and regulations. ONLY
lot of the fun taken out of Hi SchoolPhysical ville, and Eubanks & Gotheof Present
At regulations permit
r your huntingRlght'e Gainesville.The hunting PLASTIC
on Sunday during
t "Right! city is now operating under open xible do't'' n.
season throughout the =
I haven't heard many hunting Education Instruc- a contract with Reynolds, ',:.h FIO it'
reports this season,but I caught tors at Bradford High School Smith and Hills of Jackson- that Cleef, one c afford 3 it. Wia.
\ Brantly emphasized 1- Also m .1 fl. OIMCryste
the tall end of one the other have organized a club to fulfill ville. The contract has been In /. while hunting on Sunday: is tall ante can
night. All I heard was there'san the need for additional force for a number of years. ,! Yon
I lawful hunters should be ex
abundance of birds around sports among girls of the high Councilman Tucker, who has \, .t- sve,
r t tremely careful to avoid hunting easy 8 %
I realize this (
Jacksonville. covers school age other than just phy pushed for a re-evaluation of ,

a tremendous area, and sical education classes.: city: engineering services, said near churches or other ; So Ine1tP Just cut FLEX-0-ptASS to size
where their activities ;
I'm sorry, but that's all I heard. The Girls' Athletic Associ- Tuesday the contract can be areas -

So. you bird hunters might ation (GAA) will be participating broken 30 days after notifi- may disturb other citizens. 1 t ( and tack ovefyour screens

wanna check into this for your- in several play days this cation by either party. He said State laws specifically prohibit -.. _,_. KXlo

selves. year as well as Intramural he Is not suggesting that the the disturbance of religious ;wFLEXOGLASS
Well, since we don't have sports such as volleyball, ten- contract with RSH be termin- RIGHT FOR FALL For the gatherings breachesof ;
any hunting reports this week nis, track, field and Softballand ated now, but he does want dapper little chap a toasty the
let's see what the Fishermendid will be competing for other proposals to evaluate the warm sweater of crochet-knit peace. % FLEX O-GLASS is the only

I last week. school championships. GAA city's position. cotton wards off fall's cool "It is every sportman's Is far stronger 'JsAtm plastic window material that is

Griffin's Lodge (east shore meetings take place on Wed- "We may have the best engineering breezes. Easy to don and doff, moral, as well as legal responsibility Y
Santa Fe), reported that Roy nesday after school. contract in the world, it has mock-turtleneck styling to govern his activities than polyethyleneinsist UARANTEEDFUL

Griffin still has no mercy on On Sept. 27, the GAA par- but we don't know,"commented and contoured raglan sleeves.By in such a way as not to Inter. on the ORIGINAL

those pore fish, not even in ticipated In a Volleyball Play Chairman Jimmy McRae. "We Rob Roy, it comes in buff fere with the rights of others,"
had -one of the season's favorite Look For Genuine FLEX-O-GLASS At Your Local Hardwar* or Lumber Dealer
lousey weather like we Day at Palatka. want to find out," he said. neutral shades. Brantly concluded:
last week. Roy guided Mr.Cone GAA officers are: Carol Red-

Tuesday and thev caught 7 dish, president; Nancy Struth, ---- -

Bass Including a 9 3/4 pounder vice-president Linda :Mathls, e $

(which is a new record for :Mr. secretary, and Ruthell Smith CARL BEGGS

I Cone), and 15 Specs. Roy caught treasurer. .
., Ra.... nn to 8 1/2 pounds, Backbone of the club rests D. Gulf ServiceUSED

with its team managers: He-

len Long; Judy Young, Gloria PARTS

Crews Carolyn Brown Janice ... Top Price. for Wrecked Ore
: .
: ..
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Stancil, and Linda Haas.In -_ ...;:.; 24 Hour Wrecker Service

301DRIVE.I the coming year, the girls "'710'.It -. Fuel Oil --

will be working on several dif- MEN WANTED' Laundry USED i VACUUM
I PUMPS cleaners re- Used Cars -
ferent fund raising projects to
workers Kitchen aids labor- conditioned: : $15 '.11'. 10 different Hay 301 N. Waldo
N help support the club. Among CLASSIFIED AD RATES ers, cottage parent, watchman NEW AND USED __ :name: brands to choose from. George E. LaRue j! 468-1998
these projects will be selling
Christmas wrapping paper and Up to IS word ____.- 1.25 cooks and, clerks ground-, SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Parts 'ft' excellent repairs allmakjw. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

bows, red BUS night shirts, (Minimum charge) keeper, truck driver. Five, & Shallow Wells Watson's! :: House of Fire Homeowner

SHOW BEGINSAT and BUS sweatshirts.Next day week, eight hour day Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Gaineavl"e -

activity the GAA will Each word over IS __ .07 State retirement, vacation, Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg LIFE & ACCIDENT -
7 :00 P.1I.ADIISSION .
Is Girl's Powder sick leave.If Interested, please Keystone Heights 4734693MEN I 1 I 1 1E
sponsor a All Makes
::\ : Puff Extra charge U not apply In person Personnel DID YOU KNOW it's easy to
football In which
game __ Plumbing Service
paid In advance __ .85
Adults 75c; Students 60c the Freshmen and Sophomoreswill Manager Sunland Train- Phone own a Longchamp Home?

Children Under 12 Free compete against the Jun- In or Center Gainesville, Fla. 964-7061 Better built for F'.irMa' liv WANTED Men cottage

iors and Seniors. This game Memorials Resolution An equal opportunity employer DURRANCE PUMP ing. Your planr or ours parents age over 21. Starting

will be Saturday, :Nov.; 22, at '1 cent word AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- pay S329 month, promotion opportunities -
FRI. SAT., SUN.OCT. 7:30: p.m. per tf h. ford :Mitchell! phone C64- : and regular increases -

31 NOV. 1, 2 INSURANCEAT 6853: P O Box 238.: tarke In pay. 8 hour day. 5
REDUCED RATES ".I, .(1 day week, sick leave vacations
Letters[ & Numbers for Interiorand AUTO, FIRE BOAT
DOlLElERROflin2SWMHS1' FLORIDA 00 word or lea ..CO state retirement. If Interested
-- exterior use. All sizes, colors DOYLE E. CONNER please apply in person Personnel:

Each word over 00 .07 Bradford County Telegraph INSURANCE AGENCY JUflfYIOORE'S::\ Manager: Sunland Training Center. cR

\\ \ \ U tchc I [ t Gainesville Fla.
THEATRE OFFICIAL PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to -- A:JN-SPOR1'S --"A""u,, '
BAIRD )'''- 4Jesovl aTT! til ... .;,;;.,-'
INSPECTION STATION $625. Take the drudgery! out er. .

Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M of paper work.-Bradford Coun-; Mobile Homes :MOORE BOAT TOR E
SHOWTIMEWeekdays; Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S tv Telegraph. it i YOUR MONEY: ED WAINWRIGHT

7 P. M. NEW and USED Starke Ph, 664-5791 t
GARAGEKeystone COOK WANTED Good pay,
I I Sunday P. M. I
J Heights apply In person. Longhorn Restaurant 8.10.12' WideGainesville Complete Outboard & Stern All Your
1 Saturday 1 P. M.
301 South. Drive Service NeedsSpecializing
'i Telephone 473-4465 tfchg and Repair. Insurance
( Good Quality Complete Fiberglass Repair. \pMonHe GAINESVILLE
I FRIDAY, SATURDAYOCT. FOR SALE2 bedroom home. Reasonably Priced Cu. to m-built Fiberglass
FOR RENT: TV sett, baby : Home InsurancePh. I I s. E. 2nd Ave.
Large kitchen and living room,
31 NOV. 1 Fishing Boats.
beds elec. guitar, amplifier, tile bath, hardwood floors car Gainesville 37S-27&5 Starke 964-681& J! 2nd Street

Double Feature Program! refrigerators: day or week. DA. port and porch on nice corner Serviced. Guaranteed and w Near Pest ;
HMER'S 964-7923. tf-chg Delivered In Starke Area WANTED: Used Wrlnser-Wasli '
lot 4400. Phone
; 'Til.8
",-.i1o'UNO. f ,"::;::- ;;.. :-: mornlnes. tfch* NO EXTRA COSTI'S BUY. SELL. TRADE: Used er. Will pay cash or take Ir' Open \

Furniture Appliances: Toys, .
j Columbia Pictures, 441 N. 4502 NW 1.1thGalre rr'- on r.n .thlng. DAHMER'S
presents! I I -
"EE."i -arse SEWING MACHINE Cleaned Toots!. Wimberly's Trading tf-Ch'
( nsa.vo3
illeIr-Broil "_ |
vlIIe 3711- 7115
An Irving Alien\ : production -
\ .. oiled and adjusted In your Post 7434 Blar.d.nz: : Blvd.,

THtSFACE" I .....-. home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner FOR RENT 3 bedroom Jacksonville. tfchg WILL BUY: Used Appliances ; BUYINGLAND '

QOl4iL,-.. W/VWi/ ;. repairs also. All work guaranteed house unfurnished. Conviently Fu-rlture. TV's Stereos, any ;
Dennis E. Cogglns! Phone r thIn, of value. DAHMER'SISUPER
l located: Phone 964-6841.
431-1428. tfchg II
3tch< 10-3" I STICK Vinyl Plastic

Volkswagen MILLWORKERS WANTED Letters all sizes colors. Permanent -
FOR RENT 2 find 3 bedroom
I Experience prefered. Perma for use on wood Irlass.nlest'c. .
T Dixie Land Co.
THE FIRSTTIME. I to it ,! New Sc Used nent position. Good pay and hot'!ss, unfurnished. Also fur. MARY ra"er. metal leather
NOW.EOR .run see
.. Sales Service ni l he3:! sp vtmen-*. w H. Nillnr foNYTHNGIBradford! County
\ benefits. Apply week days after P. O. Box 158
wT, C: Technicolor ;& : 4 p.m. Mr. Green. 3310 N. MainSt. >n. SIO N rherrv. tfchir T"lerranh| tf
1 Ml. North of Tire MallGA1NESvILLE .. Gainesville. 4tchg 10.30 CARTERPAINTS St. Marys Ga.
PIANO LESSONS Now en FOR RENT 12 wide. 2 bed ,

1 w..asa :;;; _::.- "World's Easiest rolling students. Beginner or room trailer outside city limits.J. tfchj

PLUS Method of Intermediate. Mrs. DsntonSumrall B White 9646114. tfchg
Phone 964-3313. I REDUCE safe and fast with
FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse Active Exercise"The WANTED LISTINGS -
1 r ...,... 2to 11-6 tablets and E-Vap
I GoBese
COWMBn'PICrv"l"' ; S bedroom, 1 bath central Fabulous On Homes and A.ret re. B')vers "
heat & alr-oondltlonlng.. WANTFD LPN's 7 to 3..hlftat 102 K. llrownlee S*. Waiting Sfout Realty, Res.I IBrskfr "water pills. Andrews Drugs.

per lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg Starke Nursing Home. Con. : 2117 N. Temple Ave. lOtp 11.20

-. oEo'S I URSUlA ANDRESS tnct Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock 964- Ph. :'im-6609 Stnrke.: Fla. SILVER COINS WANTED -
.R.L 6220. 4tchg 11-7 '
EpGA 1964 cr older worth 20: more
\ 'lCNN/SCOIY' [l iiiiJ :P C WANTED -:Man to work on Largest selections from which tra good condition worth moic.Brlnj .
C WMte PIANO For HomeDemonstration farm. Must be able to drive t1 choose Pfaff. Necchl. Nelco. them In today. Bulling-
Call tractor. J, M. Edwards, Starke
New Home. & Universal.
C SUN., MON., TUES. ton 96 -7211. tfehg
) SERVICE 782-3277 9645403. tfchg REPAIR ALL MAKES.
I NOV. 2, 3, 4 tf CAR WASH FOR SALE -Palms "11! sizes.
-. dig ANTIQUES bought and sold National Sewing Phone M4-60H8 2tp
furniture ref:nlshed. upholstering

GoodbyeColumbus R rn FOR SALE-Barber Chair, excellent ) cabinet work, antiques re Mach:ne Co., FOR SALE Lawn mower

.COLOR stltPlrNt condition. Reasonable. stored ts: original beauty! CallC. WE MAKEKEYS 611 \V. University Ave. 37S-115 bniJes: and accessories at disc.
VINCENT PRICECHRISTOPHER E1 Call! after 3 p m. 4681296. ltch E. Jackson! 1313 W=lt Mad- prices. Homelite: chainsaws new
Phone 378.5197Gainesville
SERVICE Small .ison St. Finn W4-S"! 70. tfche FOIl SiJ.ECh' k fertilizer and used Joe's Saw Shop.
LEE appliances
Fla. at Starke Hardware bull. I'mslomlt l:: Clean out ser- Homelite Sales and Service 301
Co. 108 STRAYED-one
...AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL With Richard Benjamin t Rebuilding, Refinishing Call st Phone 964-5311. tfchg Owner may obtain same by V'C' !!. anv type house W. A.Prevftt SouthStarke:: phone 964-7580.;
1969 Ar-ierican 'International, I RCt;> ..,.* M4-BB1B.! 4tp 11-13, 4tp 11-13
describing and paying for a<:
... -s = 0'l -- FOR SALE- 1958 Ford Tudor: and keep. Call 964-5782 after (f W.'I and
-- IF YOU: nEED a !home, see FOR RENT -Apartment
sedan: Automatic transmission pm. 3tchg 11-6 H. small down house trailer in Raiford. Call
Wollman.: paYment
: FOR RENT-Unfur. 2 bedroom heater, radio. This car 1- I
And Steak, CAMPERSALES Balancs! like rent. tfchg| 4311000. Itch
NEED house, nice location, space for has good:! tires, motor and run- FOR SALE3 bedroom brick

SI.29 A Pound garden, etc. In city limits $30 ning !gear. Good clean body romc, family room. 1'a bath
t mo. Ideal for retired couple. and upholstery.! See after 5 w-w carpeting! fenced yard

I XYRACASH Phone 9645801. tfl'hl'! p.m. at 406 S. Thompson St. A central heat-air.! Phone 964-
t ,. AI bargain, phone 9646234. ttP.5115. 4tp 11.13 2920 Waldo Road TEXACO INC.
\ Don't Let .1 ford County Telegraph Ph. WANTED-Office work to do at FOR SALE Large box of baby Gainesville 370-0691 ,

I .. -.- A Lack Of J 984-6303. home or baby sitting phone clothes, refrigerator needs Authorized Dealer

; t >-. Money Worry i 9B4-6023 Itch? minor repairs; : $23.00. Phone 782- "Starcraft". "Dreamer" EXCELLENT
I You I HELP WANTED Waitress. 3793 Itch "Wheel Camper"
Apply In person B & G Restaurant WANTEDWHITE WOMAN: to Travel Trailers Truck I BUSINESS
tfchg care for elderly couple In their WANTED MAN -Over 21 yrs. Campers Fold Down
: t' Call orVisit horns. Reasonable salary, D. old with chauffeur licenses. Apply SALES A SERVICE I

1 t FOR SALE 20 acres between W. Swindell. Hampton. Itch; Dixie Poultry Supply 218 OPPORTUNITYFOR

USToday. Keystone and stark. $300 per E. Washington. 2tchg 11-6

t > -E- acre, by owner Call 4734971. MALE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED We need 10 LEASE
Aggressive Florida 90 strawberry -
4tp 10-30 young man age 25 FOR SALE-
skilled or unskilled men formlI'ol'k.
to 30. as salesman.! Lot rent plants. Merrill Grlffls
Permanent position! Small Investment
FOR RENT Kingsley> Lake free It owner has mobile home. Grim! Loop. 9646767. Up
fringe benefits, paid vacation.
I New brick duplex apartments. Apply Crestview Mobile Homes.
t FOR SALE-10 acres at Law- Apply after 3 p.m. to Mr. Paid Training
Phone 964-5391 or 9647788. Mer- 1848 North Temple Ave! Itchg
Loans Up Tp $60O rltt Williams. tfch tey Harold Eunice RoaJ frontage Green at 3310 North :Main St.

USED -"G. E. stove for sale. Phone Jacksonville 389- Gainesville. 2tchg 10-30
For Any Worthwhile Need NICE two bedroom home to be Phone 7823625. ItchK 4932. ItchlJ
I I moved to your lot. Renaon- CAN YOU GET ;ME UP Phone Gainesville

able. Phone !4-f.08B.. 2tp 10-10( :) FOR RENT Two furnished FAYES' FABRICS -First qunl- $330,00 per acre cash for 40

apartment: Lady only or for Ity dress, drapery upholstery acres of land with 1-4 mile 376-6091 or 376-8940
TOWN\ t 3 BED-ROOM MASONRY couple with baby. Call after 3 mnterlal. Notions, mill ends: road frontage and close: In? If
Fli\Ai\CK; (CO.;( Hardwood floor, drapes elec.
p.m. Wi4-6416. s cons.; Metal zippers lOc to you can, see me at once. A. J. Ask For
range, central heat nnd nlr. :HOC. Week days 10 to 6; Friday Thomas Realtor Tel. 9645701.

t 226 N.TF.\1I'rF.AVE.: SIMIKE | Bind with 50000. Will assist PAYROLL ENVELOPES Saturday 10 to 9: Sunday
with loan matters. A. J. Thomas. Mr. Conam or Mr. Ballard
County Telegraph 1 to 6. On 301 I'* miles Northof NICE Kittens FREE to good
= Realtor-Tel. 964-5701. Ph 98 -630J. Waldo on 301. tfchg home Phone 964-6053. Itchg

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