Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Is Set Vote $

By CityA

: Formation of a county

j Authorization: to proceed witha drainage board has been

housing survey of Bradford I II proposed by, County
County has been given Archl- $4.50/' per year charge for use of the city's II I I Commissioner' J. M.

'tjct! Frank George in the latest utility poles was voted Tuesday night as the Starke I *
(Buck) Norman who d lid
njova: by the County Commission Council struck back at the rate increase granted I I
toward a low rent housing: Florida" State Telephone Co. I Monday, Nov 3, he wanted -
program. i to "go on record" as
Chairman Jimmy McRae had last week by the Public Ser-
:The Boar: also named Ther- to relinquish his chair to vote vice Commission. The increase favoring such an agency.

on A. Yawn attorney for the on the issue when Councilmen amounts to $112,000 annuallyin Norman also proposed that
project at its meeting? Monday. Orle Wiggins and P. T. NoUn local service rates. Bradford voters be allowed to
;in 'a third action the Board abstained. Wiggins, a phone Tucker brought the matterup vote on a tax levy to support
ijked; for a meeting (with\ Harry company employee, didn't vote moving to charge $4.50 operations of the drainage
Lilnzy. assistant regional di-ec- because it would have beena per year per pole for each k y board. The commissioner asked
tar wl'h i the feiertil: Housing conflict of Interest and No- pole used by the phone company F Attorney T. A. Yawn to Investigate -
and Urban Development Agency lin said the charge was too Councilman Jimmy Bo- 4' tt }, what Is Involved in
: In Atlanta. Linzy will be in 3 J high. He offered to change his wen gave the second. forming such a body.
Calnesvilla sometime this 1 position If Councilman Neil First vote was 2-0 with the Yawn replied that Florida

rnonth at a meetin: of thestate's Tucker, who made the motion, two abstenslons. Attorney laws presently provide for the
George Pierce ruled that vote creation of such agencies and
would amend the charge to $3
county commissioners. > tr't.
could not stand because less method by which
Tucker sets forth a
per pole per year. A MissLori
The Board decided on Ost.:: .,.. ": ,, fused. than a majority of the Coun- Pretty they are operated. The attorney
work to( -\. "' cil had voted. In a second vote said he will delve into the
20 to basin nscsssary 'J w.' Approval of a 28.8 per cent Ann Allen is just foul', but she
form a Bradford County Hous- A' "..jo : phone rate Increase on a tem- with Vice-chairman Wiggins in matter and the Commission took
... .. 3-0 vote already] knows how to catch your eye. .
ing Authority which would" ..1; "" ,. i"oJ ,> c' f porary basis was announced the chair, the car- no further action Monday.If
ibuild: low rental hOJsin: Commissioners "v Ii < ried. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. it's raining when the election -
have been to Pa- k1): i'"T" <1 4 'rr Two other motions by Tucker Gordon Allen. comes It'll pass"
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laths: to look at low: -rental !- <' ." ,.fr failed for lack of a second.On I Lori Ann caught the photographer'seye said Commissioneredra
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housing there. Alachua and '*', '<' <,'. 1' .:".,' '. i ''f' moved that the pole chargebe man's suggestion that the peo-
Union Counties also have established ,. !toi'\ ..- made retroactive to Jan. 1, Street In the rain.Manning ple could vote to set one mill
public housing :pro- ,i"'j... ..,)11. .;_ 1969 and that itbe collected each aside for operation the drain

grams. Shot InBlanding Jan. 1, and that the money age board.
Two or three years Is the Homecoming HappinessThis from the pole rental, estimated Gets 15 Yrs. Norman's proposal came after -
at about $5,600 per year, be county drainage had twice
soonest Bradford: County can is Miss Elaine Akridge, 1969 Bradford High
returned to the people. been a topic at Monday's meet
hop ta start a program If Homecoming Queen, at halftime in the rain at the The retroactive proposal waidropped

Chairman)preparations: Dave are started Shuford now said homecoming game with Perry. She is the daughter of when Councilman Wig- ing.Mrs. Virginia Darby, inter-

Monday. Mr. and Mrs Brow arc! Akridge of Starke. An accidental shotgun blest gins said: "It seems a little In KH Bank Robbery im county clerk, first asked
vindictive to me, even thoughmy the Board if It had
seriously Injured 10veeroldRobert saying it might be a conflict a copy___.. 01_, mo L_" 11 v. .o., .,.receivedt
Edmondson of FOrsythe of Interest." the
report on
Road south of Starke whileon Attorney George Pierce said Harold Eugene! Manning was Ruls was originally scheduled Engineers study of the All-

a hunting trip in Camp utility rates could not be reduced gluten a 15-year sentence in to be tried with Manning, connalsance igator Creek and Rowell, Cros-
School Board Cool Blandini Saturday. or discounted to return thee U. 8. District Court last but a separation was granted by, and Sampson flood areas.
Young Edmondson's condition the money to the people because Friday ;for his part in the to give his attorney more time All members answered they
Wednesday was reported of the legalities InvolvedIn rolbAery of the Keystone Stats: to prepare his defense. were familiar with the report.A .

I "generally ood" by a member pledging utility revenues to Baank last April. few minutes later how-
of 'the family. He had been payoff the city's bond Issues. manning': was sentenced by Rains Total ever, St. Clair Street Resident -
taken nut of the Intensive care -I want to return It to the Judge William McRae after his Jim Bloodworth asked how
On Courthouse BidThe unit of the Unverslty: of Flor- people," Tucker persisted, motion ,for a new trial or a much additional water the SR-
another motion next '' 8 Inches Here into
ida Medical Center. -I'll have judgement of acquittal was 16 widening would tp
The boy is the son of W. R. time." demoted .at.a hearinj earlier Alligator Creek .Ie creek
mondson! and was: with a Nothing In the motion passedby Fjllday. AImo't elvht inches of rainfall which presently r..ls In the
fire hunting party in Blanding the Council indicates when After\ sentencing, Manning during the pat week has middle of Short Street, back
Bradford County School by the County Commission He the grantee keep In force the charge shall begin. of Bloodworth's home and para
when the accident occurred.
Insur- filet d an appeal to the 5th Distrllet at least preserved the Florida
Board, with the old courthouseroof said there was a great amountof and extended coverage in Nolln, In discussing the motion llel to St. Clair Street,
and Edmondson was shct the Court of Appeals "In Forest Service's a-month
still Its headbut ance on the old building, State RoadDepartment.
over said he'd like facts established Is widened by the
no heat to warm its feet inTuesday's space upstairs In the courthouse that the County Commissionshall upper arm by a blast from a as to which poles formna "pauperls" (las a pauper). record of no forest fires.! .
which would not be need- from .410 shotgun accordingto TThe trial of Buddy: RuU, also '
rapidly dropping not be held liable guage are owned by the phone com- That's 7.2 Inches above the The Starke City Council, at
temperature-- gave a less than ed for administrative purposes. any claim for personal Injuryor 'One member of the hunting pany and which by the city. charged In the Keystone Bank 50-year average of .73 inches its meeting Tuesday night,
enthusiastic reception to the property damage arising party a? he was pulling the There's no way to tell now. robbery, Is set for December 1 for November! according tc deeded the creek which runs
County Commission's offer to Rather than a flat rejectionof from maintenance or conditionof In D. S. District Court, Jack- the Division of Forestry head past the Volley Starling Gro-
deed the red brick structureto the deed, however, the board the building. (Continued on Page Four: (Continued on Page. Four! sonville.ter quarters on SR-100. cery, to the SRD. Paul Car-
the School Board, with cer- agreed to a suggestion by member -----.-- -- ter, SRD representative at the
tain restrictions.One Charles Sawyer that a joint council meeting, indicated the
meeting be set up between the SRD has plans to widen the
objection to the proffereddeed two boards with a view to dis- creek. Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis -
which was read at Tues- cussing and perhaps negotiating POWE r Cost Study Completedbe said that would not dump
day morning's meeting by Supt.T. a deed that would be more In any more water into Alligator
L. Casey, was the clause compliance with School Board creek but would dump it fas-
stating that the premises wouldbe purposes. It costs the City of Starke cheaper to purchase additional l- more power can't be made untilIt ; st expense on bonds sold ter.
conveyed to the School Boardas 1.72 cents to produce a kilo- current from an outside Is known how much It costs bw the city. that is, to get ready to puta
long as used 'solelyand Supt.! Casey pointed to the watt of electric power, accord- source or to enlarge the the city to produce current. Other figures Auditor Ned KW into the distribution sys- Bloodworth called attention to
It costs another .19 cents
exclusively by the granteeas large amount of money that Ing to a cost study report sub- city power plant. The cost study The 1.72 cents is a compre- Scott gave the Council show tem. the Corps of Engineers reporton
KW to distribute that kilo-
administrative offices for would be needed to renovate and mitted to the City Council. has been led by Councilman hensive figure which includesall it, costs .79 cents or nearly per the drainage of Alligator
the School Board of Bradford maintain the old building, stat- Total operating expenses of Neil Tucker who states thata operating expenses of the eljght-. tenths of one penny to watt of current to somebody'shome Creek. lie said the county
and another cents
County. ing that the School Board had the city electric departmentfor decision on how to obtain plant, plus depreciation and In- produce one KW of electricity for administrative, yet costs.16 suchas should consider means of
no money for such purposesat accordingto in the face
1968 were $216,774 widening the creek
Casey said that a strict Interpretation the time. billing and clerical workers.
clause would present Auditor Ned Scott, who pre- "'11'- ::--J1: of additional water from sev-
of this .--, .. ..., That brings the total opera-
sented his report Tuesday night. r eral tributaries from SR-16
School Board from of the
forbid the ting plant
Casey said that In a pinchhe expenses power
The plant produced 19,025,350 which will be thrown Into Alligator -
using the old courthouse for to 1.14 cents per KWII. When
could setup temporary quarters KW of electricity, above what Creek when the high-
storing supplies or allowingany depreciation of equipment and
for his office staff In the
the it-
was by is widened.
other to interest bonds way
agency occupy USO but this would crowd the on outstandingis
the portion of the building not personnel already housed in self.The included, the cost Is run Widening of Alligator
Council asked for the stalled, said Chairman Dave
needed by the board.
this building.He report several weeks ago In (Continued on Page Four) Shuford, because one property

Casey said the School Board said that with a cold snap a move designed to give information owner will not grant tho need-
would actually need only around predicted for Tuesday night and on whether it will School Bonds ed right-of-way for draglines

3,800 square feet, which is the Wednesday morning, there was to widen the creek.
:amount of space the board requested no heat in the old courthouse, Court Term ApprovedBy Shuford apparently was re-
In the new county courthouse and asked the board's adviceon ferrring to J. M. Edwards, for-
but which was denied what to do. VotersOnly mer county engineer, who has
t refused to allow Alligator Creekto l

The board suggested that the Set MondayThirtyfive be widened across his pro-
Superintendent stay in the old 13 pr: cent cf Bradford's: perty unless the county beginsby
courthouse for the present, and +:" J r 5.907 registered: voters went to widening Sampson Canal west
Rummage Sale arrange to get the heating sys- cases are docketed: the polls in Tuesday's educa- of Sampson Lake to drain
tem turned back onat leastin for the Fall Term of Circuit tion building bond election, but water off faster. Widening Alligator -
his offices-- or Install gas Court echeilulsd! : : to convene those who brnvsd an all-day Creek from the east
Saturday, Nov. 8 heaters with bottled gas. here 9:30: a.m. Monday, Nov. downpour to cast their votes Edwards claims will only fur-
favored the i issue> !: five to one. ther flood his property since
10 AM 5 PM The deed as prepared by 10.It will be a docket heavy with The vote in Bradford's 17 pre- the water still would not leave
County Attorney T. A. Yawn the west side of Sampson Lake
armed robberies and breakingand cinct's was 633 for the amend
118 W. CaD St.
and the Commission ,
presented by any faster.
enterlngs, according: to ment to 138 .against. A slim total
would give the School The Soil Conservation Ser-
Bradford Deputy Sheriff Dolph 773 votes was cast, while5J3.4
The WinnerFirst
Sponsored By Board title to the entire courthouse vice Is making a preliminary
Reddish. No capital cases are qualified electors ignoredthe
block-- building and investigation for a drainage
-- for the sum of property one scheduled. place in the class floats was Princess Sheirii June Norman is the issue.A project in the Water Oak Creek
Business & Professional dollar and other good and val- Circuit Judge John Crews this renderIngMrs. by the Sophmore Class. young lady. light vote was exp rienced Watershed Robert Trebilcock
uable considerations.* will preside. It will be the first throughout oho state but the new Bradford-Union soil con-
Women's Club time he will have presided in amendment was heavily favor- servationist, told the Commis-

The property should be used Bradford County. Rosenberg In ed In all sections. Insomplstc sion. lie asked for an early
ForScholarship "solely and exclusively" as administrative One of th! most significant injured Auto\ CollisionMrs. returns showeJ 12B.101 votes li meeting with the Commissionto
offices for the armed: robbery cases set for favor of the question:> with only discuss that project. A let-
Fund school system of Bradford the term is the robbery of the Fanne! Rosenbersr. 72, Rosenberg driving east on 16- 46,033 cppos2d.; ter from the SCS had also
County, with a provision thatIt Eastern Oil Station at junc- "was, seriously injured In a A toward her home on Kings- IIIoph. Hs said that tne KosenBberg The favorable vote will: mean been sent the Commlssslon In
revert to the County Com- tion of U3-301 and Walnut heal-on: auto collision at 1:40: ley Lake, ,swerved across the car a 1965 Chevrolet left millions of extra dollars: In the requesting the meeting.In .
This Space Commuted mission if used for any other Street in south itarfce.: Manager: pm. Monday on SR-16A center line Into the 'westbound Mvo skid marks' on the high :next few years fcr 'the Rtats's other action the Commis-
Weekly to Publicize purpose. The proposed deed Richard Lee was held at gun (Kingsfey Lake cut-off) She lane and collided head-on witha way. Indicating the driver was' 'Vocational techn'cal'! : centers
Community Events by further provides that the gran- point and robbed of about: $40. rwas brought to Bradford Coun- 1970 Plymouth Road Runner unaware of the impendingcrash. Junior colleges, and state uni. sionIn the first order of busi-
tee shall "maintain and keep Defendants In the case are ty Hospital for emergency !driven by Anthony Charles versities. It has be'n predictedthat ness of the day, asked County
The CommunityState in repair the building located Clarence Manual and JohnnyLee treatment and later transferred Gulrate, 16, of Starke. Gulrate Skid marks l"ft by the enrollment will double in Attorney T. A. Yawn to drafta
upon said land, and shall makeno London of Gainesville. A to Baptist Memorial: Hospital: end his stepbrother) ; passenger, :Pontiac Indicated! attempts by :these facilities by 1973. making resolution commemoratingformer
Bank alterations, modifications, .third defendant.:! Mrs. Barbara Jacksonville 'where she: is ln David McGuIrs.: : also 1C, of lOulrate to brake the car to building expansion a necessity. Clerk Charles Darby
Account now Inrared or additions to the exterior of Jean Mazon Gainesville pleaded intensive care. Hr injuries included Starke escaped with cuts and < vot1 a collision. Approval of the amanfment who died Oct. 21. Darby was
; to 815.000 by the building"without consent of guilty Sept 5 to the robbery broken knee caps, and ,bruises will not mean alJit'onal'! taxes county clerk for over 16 years.
Federal up Deposit lararnee. the grantor. She is presently undera several ,broken ribs. Brown said that Mrs. Rosen- since a gross receipts tax on -Asked Road Foreman R. E.
presentence Investigation.All AccoMIn:!! \( to investigating\ Trooper Brown sail! that berg! would be charged with utilities! had ben earmarkedIn Jones to have a cedar at one
Corp. Two other drawn provisions or tne three are being risid lathe State Trooper A. H. Brown the both cars 'were apparently ittrlvlng on the wrong side of a previous election for re- entrance to the new courthouse
deed that
county state Bradford! County Jail. accident occurred when Mrs. traveling between 50 and 55 the road.t..II..J..L.l.oI.. tirement of the bonds. (Continued on Page Four)

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r 0 vv r v 0v r 0 r rv v 0 0v 0vv. Miss Griffis Weds Calvin Johns who performed! '1 etstone-bweat

Of Interest To. Jos. E. StarlingMr. the The ceremony.'brl beige 1e chose dress for with her matchIng wedding stone Miss, daughter Mary of Katherine Mrs. Mil:!Tet-red ."\
Tetstone and Zen.n Tetfloiie of 1
and Mrs King Grlffls. accessories.Miss '
Staike ,and John H.'iuy Sweat: :
the mar- Shetil June
of Starke announce '
of Mr. AlldII'S Alfred :
WOMEN1nnlv riage of his daughter. Bridge! was maid of honor. son
Sweat of Miccleimy. were mal'rled -
Ann to Joseph E. Stalling son Johnny Griffis brother of ;
October 17 by Rev. Lacy
fi of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Stallingf the tilde was best mm. ...
Conway at his home on SilverLake.
Gladys \ .* Ph tic! M ic no. ? Lawtey. After a short wedding trip .
------ - one - -
.r: "U"o The marriage took place on Mr. and Mrs. Stalling >are at
? i'I October 14 at the home of Rev. home In Lawtey. The couple Is residing luMacclenny. ,i.
Party Given Geraldine GayIs I "
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For Mrs., Anderson, HonoredAt .1\..'.,',c'
Recent BrideMrs. > ,
Bridal, ShowerMiss ...
John H. Anderson ot! '
Geraldine whose
Cocoa, a recent bride ,was hon- xl marriage to Jim Lewis of Perry :
ored at party Saturday after. i. : GIANT" CIRCULATING HEATERS 'Y .4I1:
will bean event of Novem- tV'fJ. I' ,..,
noon clven by Mrs. Robert ... .,' ,.1> ;
ber 22. was honored at a bridal .!<. ".'J-:: Ar Efficient Economical > Smokeless Burners
Biggs. Mrs Jeroma Johns Mrs. ,tea Saturday: night at, the homeof f:, Irte W. havthe h-at.r that will do th. lob In -= { I
Joseph Valinskl and Mrs. War-
R Mrs. George Pierce in Green -I your horn.
ren Winkler, of
at -"iome Acres. Hostesses with Mrs. 35,000 BTU -
,the latter on Pratt Street. lu Pierce were Mrs. Neil Craw- 8 Inch burnori ., . . $8995 '

Arrangements of fall flowers ford, Mrs. P. T. Nolln. Mrs. J. 42,500 BTU ,"
and: foliage were used In ihe T. Lawson Mrs H. A. Lawson ASK 8 Inch burn.,.. .. ... $11995
party rooms. !Mrs. Betty Register. Mrs. Ervin } ABOUT DLUXE"CHALLENGER
\ ... $13915 ,.
Standing: In the receiving line Andrews Mrs. John Andrews Badc ck*>> 50,000 BTU ,
were Mrs. Winkler Mrs. John and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. SUPERDELUXE"CHALLENGER" ',: ,'

H. Anderson Mrs. John D. An- Guests were greeted at the EASY $15995 1
derson of Cocoa, and Mrs. A. door by Mrs. J. T, Lawson and! o5,000 BTUCIRCULATING .. :
presented to ''the receiving line -'
W. Anderson Sr. BUDGET
FAN 0000.r ,.
(t .
composed::: of Mrs. Pierce Miss
The refreshment table! In the Gay her mother Mrs. Adolph TERMS DRAFT IOOITM
IACH IXTHA 129." / .
dining! loom: was covered witha Gay, and Mrs. J. A. Lewis IN FASHION'S ORBIT-The freewheeling look of fashion FURNITURE :
lace cloth over pInk' linen and mother of the bridegroomelect. 1970 Is captured. by Designer Stacy Ames in this T-shirt dress STYLED
centered with oan arrangementof of diamond patterned cotton crochet. Lightweight and com- -
pink carnations in a crystal fortable as only cotton can be. the dress comes in a natural THIN LINE GAS HEATERS ...,.
the hos- string-color. ..
their arrival
Upon '
, WlnJtlerpresliel .
basket. Add b.auty a. w ll at comfort to your
:: at the silver punch tesses presented corsages: to horn Unvnt.d. .,:.'.-'
the honoree her mother Mrs.
bowl. CRAFTY Fashion's newest day, Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Gene Stork Shower Eastern Star U 20.000 Hat ITUOai r $25" 30..000 0.ITU"..,Thin.r $>V|W Q95lln :.'.

In the family room the punch darling: cotton knit with an Tanner sister of i-he bride For Mrs. Griffis 30.000 iTU 40.000 ITU Thin '.
$2993 $5995 .
and Mrs. Kenneth Griper: ..... "
table was centered with a yel- authentic hand-crocheted look. elect Worthy Grand Matron Jessie 0.M lid Oot Hf.r
low fall arrangement. At this Designer Vicki Cooper for Ulla who played piano selections Mae Hicks made an official visit 20 000 ITU TMit. 31.000 'run... '..-
Mrs Charlie R. Griffis $3995 95 ,. .
was ..
table Miss Barbara Valinskl chooses this lacy Raschel knit during the evening.Gifts to the Starke chapter OES lift.Oat H..... tin Oot H .r $79
/ ,'
for little polo dress honored:: with a stork shower with fan '
Also in a snappy
poured: punch. assisting
with ribbed bands on the placket were .displayed on a Wednesday night of last weekat Monday night. < ru.blt.h.d too.lowES .
serving were Miss Debra Johns front cuffs and hemline. table in the living room which the horns of Mrs. W. M. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt was I
and Sorji Biggs. of the The ]: Y icES Elf '
was centered with a bride doll (Buddy) Harris with Mrs Joe chalimian program. l '
The hostesses presented the Beta Sigma Phi standing uner:! ,a trellis that' Milton Grlffls. and Mrs Truman decoration committee carried TERMS .;:
honoree with several pieces other was entwined with Ivy that ex- Edward Harris as co-hos- out the theme of Patriotism. '
chosen silver! pattern as Beta Slama Phi sorority will tended the length of the table. tess. j- '
a memento of the occasion. meet at the home of Mrs. On the piano was an arrange- Annngements of fall flowers -
One hundred guests were In- Wayne Douglas on Raiford ment of red roses an:!' grapes. were :used In decot'ating. The ..
vited to call between the hours road Monday Nov 10, at 8 Highlighting ,the mantel and refreshment table was covered: .
,three and five o'clock. !p.m. with Mrs. J. M. Normanas hearth were arrangements of with a yellow linen cloth and Exciting November Bargains in Carps..... .
co-hostess. ivy fern and red pine cone lil- centered with ft crystal punch
ies flanked: by red tapers. In sil- bowl. .'
ver candelabra on the mantel. Games with prizes were play.
ed by the 16 guests attending
SCOTT'SMobile The refreshment table
covered with a lace cutwork & .....
cloth and centered1:' with an arrangement Junior Club Hear* DEPARTMENT STORES ,
of yellow and white 'i
Home Sales 'County Agent
tube roses and stephanotis. 'y ) ti
Mrs. Register presided at the
Hugglns CountyAsert "
bowl which held George
Stop In And See Our Selection punch white floral ice neat.a yellow Junior was Woman's guest speaker Club meeting at the STARKE PLAZAOpen U

The hostesses presented: the Monday night which was presided -
honoree with a piece of her over by the president. Sunday "
chosen silver pattern! as a memento Mrs. Bill Chambers 1 to 6 P.M. Ir.
of the oC03910n.Approxlmately Mr Huggins save a discas-
-' 100 guests call- sion on the services that ,the Open Friday .'
ed between 'the party hours Agricultural Department ren- and Saturday A

f seven to nine o'clock. ders, and the safety of pesticides until 7 P.M.Your. ..,,
The Conservation Department .1.
In charge: of the
was "

mly Duplicate Bridge program, chaliman.with Mrs John Bradley Choice! a. r,

Winners Named A "Let's Welcome Thanks ,
.K giving" refreshment theme ; R7

Mrs.! J. W Ritch and Mrs. was carried out by Mrs Ken MENS -' ty
Harry Mooty were winning neth Fuqua Mrs. Harry Giuen
couple at the Duplicate BrUga: and Mrs. Vernon Reddish. \ :; .
Club Tuesday night where
three tables were in play. They JACKET SALE t. :

OUR LOW OVERHEAD MEANS had a score of 2G'i. Woman's Club ; ; 1
Mrs Lex Green :and Mrs. J.
To Meet Nov. 12
SAVINGS FOR YOU! G. McGriff Sr. werE second \ ,.
,with a score of 26 and Mrs. J. .;.
D. Odom Jr. and Mrs George Miss Martha Sue McCain E 4 tour
Enjoy Mobile Home Living Miller were third with a score Home Demonstration! Agent. reg. t 'l
of 22. will be the speaker at the r 8 '
The weekly tournaments are Starke Woman's Club on Wed- to
PHONE 964-6657 cpen, to the public and lesson- nesday, Nov 12, 'at 3:30: ( p.m m
U.S. 301 NORTH review begins at 7 p.m. each the club house. The program $11.99Choice
Is under::, the Home Life Department
ACROSS FROM FARMERS MARKET Tuesday:! in the Pratt Street
STARKE Recreation Certer. The first
L ,round of 'duplicate play startsat Hostesses will be: Mrs Loyiee
7:45: p.m.ct" Lanier chairman; Mrs, :\of, L.
Proctor co-chairman; MJS. E.
- - -- - .8, Searing. Mrs. Lenore C. Foster -
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Mrs Eugene Long Mrs. L.
of 3 best sellers at a sale
r 0 Hazen Mrs. Robert Ward great
Mrs.. Wllla Mae Den'on Mrs.A. prical 26" corduroy Jacket with pile
lining, longer 29" corduroy coat with J
E. McKinney, Mrs. s. L.
quilt lining, or permanent press jacket '
t t Peek JP Mrs. E. M Davis Mrs with zip-out lining Sizes 36-46, ,
Robert L. Bro\n Mrs. N, B.
II Rosier Mrs. J, F. Dorko and
t t Miss Florence Jennings I

Mrs. F. F. Stump Is recup-
erating at home after a monthin : EMBROIDEREDSWEATERS
t IT t Alachua General Hospital ESS1 dos
where she underwent hip sur-
gery. Her daughter, Mrs. JohnW.
t Griffin of Ochlochnee Ga. $ -

t is Mr.spending and Mrs.this week Steve with Weldon her. compote micramexua: : corn: :. 1 I \

t t and visiting family Mrs.of Macclenny Gladys Weldonon were geamless set-in: d 0\Ch i\. Newest... shades. / I f 1 $ COOI

\T: Sunday. t ort\\" an vg-tatt, e l,/ made

t : t "c tT'-ii I lose II

II r / ) '. for $10

t t FtHNac11'I
Full fashioned, beautifully tailored cardigan
What could they S.....lep I that you'II I wear the year 'round Bulky
# knit white weave with pastel flowers embroidered
t t .... Ie AR I on front and back. A sensational
steal in YOUR house? Ask e. .Aj t. .. .. value Sizes S-M-L

t t 1y our ego $'* i

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By burglary or fire you could very Charler1\ '

t quickly lose jewelry, family keepsakes, t I +' 1* 4 $166lecepaiaml

and your most important papers such as

the deed to your home, birth and mar- Johns .4 s1 rr, .,I

t certificates wills armed services t Choice of 2'pi_
riage Abopt This Question: or9ownsin... \ n iroach
records, insurance policies, your house- na\ san 0'11ed.
""A messenger from our o\\on ,
t hold inventory. Why risk the loss and distress t firm was carrying $3,000to washable... \ GIRLS LADIES HENS

for so few dollars the bank in his car. En-

route, he stopped 10 min SLIPPER SLIPPER SLIPPEI
t Rent a safe deposit box here right now!
t restaurant for
utes at a a
sandwich. He returned to Sioc't $1.99 reg. $66 $2.99 reg. $2.4II'I'RI. s. S 3flA 64DYS

find his locked Or! and E

locked glove compartment .' ". i Stain-resistant upper WarnT'nhaggyV. with soft Opera styled with oftl
I FLORIDA I broken into and the mon- .g 'eg.0 $5 land Poron sole. Cush- padded sole. Flannel or crepe soles. Brown.S6 .
t ey stolen. Would a Money cttl.1'S .g9 \\coned ,insole. .... lined Many colors.' 4-10. black or natural. 7-12.

t and Securities insurance IA 57

'BANK AT STARKE policy cover such a loss?" sa\e\\ \ Many re9: :; BONDED FLANNEL FABRIC

t t Charley E. E 01 nth- \0 510 Burlington's"Moonglade".Permanently bonded
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ,nb'iCS ensckcome sa"e\\ re9 414.99 and guaranteed not to separate. Rayon-acetate our $188
face back. Hand
acetate washable. 4445"width.
t One of.30 Bank of the Florida National Group t JOHNS AGENC'i "o Fashion colors. $2.29

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Rev. and Mrs. J. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Shealyof Among those from out of town Ir
Staab and family moved to Jacksonville Atlanta, Ga. were last Fri- attending the United Methodist i iy
. Wednesday where Rev. day overnight guests of Mr. Church homecoming Sunday
, Staab will be Priest-in-charge and Mrs. H. C. Hitch. were Rev. and Mrs. John Brab- that it down i ii
at St.Alban's Episcopal Church.Mr. ham and family, Rev. and Mrs. i lays
and Mrs. Louis Yanceyof Mrs. James M. Edwards and W. J. Churchwell, Mr.and Mrs. t tt
Atlanta, Ga. were weekend son, Jimmy, of Atlanta, Ga. Charles Fields and family, ana ., frt
visitors of L. D. Vining, a patient were weekend guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of
in Bradford County; Hospital Martha Moore. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.Eugene t
.I and Mrs. Vlning. Mrs. Williams and family of i for others pick up i
Yancey remained with the Vln- Mr. and Mrs. Matt Atkinsonof Brunswick, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. ,
: ings for an extended visit. Ontario Canada were last Leslie Biggs and family of Orlando -
Wednesday to Friday visitorsof Mr. and Mrs. L. T.Izler .
Mrs. Hazel Young returned Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- of Ocala, and Mrs. Odessa MIt- n .
: home Tuesday after undergoing well while enroute to St Cloud chell and son, Mike, of Gaines- .
surgery last Friday in the for the winter. ville. .
, Gainesville Medical Cetner. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Will McMillan .
Mr and Mrs. Leslie Biggs Jr. attended the Florida Auto- Jr. and daughter and Mr. and .
and daughters of Orlando were mobile Dealer's convention in Hiendal McMillan of .
weekend visitors of Mr.' and San Juan, Puerto Rico from Swalnsboro, Ga. will be Fri- .
Mrs..Vernon Silcox. Sunday to Tuesday. overnight guests of Mr. ..:
Miss Evelyn Sinclair of Mer- .
cer University; Macon, Ga.was Mrs. A, Russell Norman underwent and Mrs. J. W. Fitch. WINNING ENTRY Mrs. .
home for the weekend. Evelynwas surgery last Fridayin Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns Martha Fulton Clarksburg 0.,
won top honors In the adult .
in the Chi Omega
pledged She
St. Vincent's Hospital. were weekend guests of Dr. division of the National Grange
sorority last Thursday. had as visitors Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodley in Cotton Sewing Contest with .
and Mrs John Greene. Auburn, Ala. and attended the this jacket dress of cotton .
George Canova, Hospital administrator Mr and Mrs. Jim Beeler Auburn-Florida game on Sat- ottoman. She will compete .
is attending the and son have moved to 335 urday. with two other division win .
Florida Hospital Association Canis Drive, Orange Park. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Cash and ners for the grand award to be 0 .
meeting and Blue Cross meet- Beeler was transferred there family of Orlando spent the announced at the National .
ing at the Diplomat Hotel in with Clay Electric. weekend with Mrs. Cash's par- Grange convention in Novem .
Hollywood from Wednesday to ents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley ber. 'ti'unirr .
Friday. Attending the Hospital Mrs. Lucile Davis was visit- Johns. .
Auxiliary convention at the ing her son-in-law and daughter and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof .
same time and place are Mrs. Local admittances to Brad- Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis,
Canova, Mrs. O. W. White, and in Gainesville on Thursday and ford County Hospital this week Jacksonville visited Mrs. .
Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr. Friday. include: Mrs. Alice Meriwether J. H. fields on Sunday and .
attended the Methodist homecoming -
Of Keystone Heights;Mrs.Bethna -
Byron Terwillegar HI, a jun-
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cress- ior at the College of Charleston Estes, Lawtey; and LucianO. .
and Mrs. Walter S.
ler were visiting relatives in Charleston, S. C. will be Hazen, Mrs. Lorine San- Mr. .
Ga. Tues-
Sasser, Philip erllp of Tucker were .
Stuart last week. home for the weekend. ders John W. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Allenof A. Taylor,Leonard K.White- day evening dinner guests of .
Orlando were weekend guestsof Spec. 5 Arthur L. Ilolliday head, Mrs. Helen McManus, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews. is on 30 days leave after a Don Champion, Glen S. Wade, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. !Matthews .
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby year's duty in Vietnam. He and Gerald (Tim) Warren, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob .
attended the First Baptist and :Mrs. Holliday are visit- Starke. Ferguson attended the 90th .
Church in Alachua Sunday night ing his parents, Mr.: and Mrs.A. Mrs. T. J. Layfield Sr. and Anniversary Convention of the
where their son, Micky Dansbyof N. HOlliday, for two weeks son, Mr. Layfield Jr. of Fort Florida Press Association in .
Gainesville, is music director. before leaving for his new assignment White, were Tuesday visitorsof Gainesville last weekend. UDoiDcQba .
at Fort Polk, La. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- .
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Chism Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins long.Mr. The); family of Clyde G. Priest .
and family, Mrs. Elsie Brad- have returned from two weeks and Mrs. !Neal; E. Bol- 'acknowledges with grateful np- .
ley, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry vacation in Lancaster, Pat and ing of Bradenton were week- preciatlon: the many kin,! expressions .
Hunter of Starke and Nancy Washington, D. C. Enroute they end guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. of sympathy: shownto .
Naples of Keystone Heights attended visited Mr. and Mrs.John Hem- G. Holton. our family <1ul'lngthe recent .
the Keene family reunion mingway in Elizabethtown, N.C. George Hamilton of Orlandowas loss of our beloved husband .
Sunday at the home of visiting his parents, Mr. and father. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Andersonin Mr. and Mrs. Harold 1\. Davis and Mrs.Sher rod Hamilton dur-
Jacksonville.Mrs. and daughter,Trac,visited ing the weekend. .
relatives in Charleston, S.C. .
Eve Baldwin and Mrs. from Friday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lewis .
Harold Godwin visited Mr. and Byron :Newcomb: of Tampa and son, Jim, of Perry were MoviesRomeo .
Mrs. W. F. Godwin in Chatta- spent last :Monday to Friday weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. .
nooga, Tenn. from Thursdayto with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.G. Adolph Gay and daugher, Ger- and Juliet, Shakes- .
Sunday. Newcomb.!; aldine.
peare's tragedy, plays Friday .
Mrs. J. G. Caldwell attendedthe Will Slade of Baxley, Ga. was PFC Barry E. Firth of Fort through Tuesday at the Florida. .
funeral of A. C. Belchein visiting his mother, Mrs.: W. S. Bragg, N. C. was home on Olivia Ilussey and Leonard .
Lake Butler last Wednesday.Also Slade on Wednesday of last leave from Saturday to Thursday Whiting, two virtual unknowns, SR.
here for the funeral was week. the "star crossed
are as :
Mr. Belche's son, SKC Jose- lovers" In Zeffirelll's production. i __ __
ph N. Belche of Iceland. :Mr.[ and Mrs. George :Mor Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade The Italian nature of the
rison and family of Leesburgwere spent last Thursday to Tues- story is emphasized through e Top Quality Top QualityUSED Top Qua lily :
mrs. Linton Taylor and weekend visitors of Mr. day visiting friends in Alabamaand settings and costumes of the !
daughter of Jacksonville were and Mrs.: Henry Morrison.Bud attended the FloridaAuburn mid-15th' Century Henalssance USED CARS -- .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. :Merrttt Lawson of Marion N.C. game on Saturday. period. : CARS
Williams last week. was visiting his parents, Mr. Playing on a double bill at .
Curtis Padgett of Miami is and :Mrs.: H. A. Lawson Thurs- the 301 ,Drive-in Friday, Sat- .
visiting his uncle and aunt, day to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mava Lee Thomas and urday and Sunday are "Number:;
Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Wynn Joe Jordan and family of Live Mrs. Alberta Innis Ocala, Dr. one' and "The Bridge At Hem- : S
this week. Oak were also visiting the Law- Donald Chubb of Winter Park, agen". .
Mr. and Mrs. James McNeelyand .
sons on Saturday.Col.
Mrs. Betty Hllliard, son, daughter of Lake City and -- : 1960 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN
Steve Smith, and daughter Diane and Mrs. J. A. Griffin Ben Rowland of Starke were Till.: IiR.1i)1'Oitf
Smith, attended the graduationfrom have moved from Camp Bland- weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. COUNTY TI;J.ICHAI'II:<; $124 :
basic training of anotherson ing to their new home on Wilson Herbert Thomas at their campin : 6 Cylinder, Standard Transmission
PFC Mike Smith at Par- Road. the Pub\\J',icl evc.v Thursday(
ris Island, S. C. on Oct. 21. Scrubt.FOR at I im W. Call S'rectS'.aike GOOD TRANSPORTATION SOLD AS IS :
'! Florida SJO'Jl\ : .

Second class postage paM '
at Stnike, Florida 1961 RAMBLER STATION WAGON :

Subscription Kates: : $
In Made iuua $3 CO per 6 Cylinder, Automatic Transmission, 915.
year. $2.75:; -.X nu.iths.
Out HI" tl ad,' area $,/50 : GOOD TRANSPORTATION SOLD AS IS
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no chop or
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(Continued Fran Fare Om) _, ''i. '. # atoll
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Asked ,
For County up to 1.72 cents per KW. ".TOW'. .,"' ,-_ ,''1iM.\.14,+; \ gun from: atop a :!oj fags on a dered to adjust the theimoslat. -
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Officials looked Tuesday nightto I' I as .I i truck. .
(Continued Prom. Page One) the first figure of .79 cents I __ ..,J Roger! Peck area sriune warden -. j
per KW, power production expanses VA. \ '", : as-t's'el: : In getting! the In. ., ..
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removed because It obstructsthe -Asked Attorney Yawn to drawa before the current goes .' ""' lured youth to the Bradford: .* ,' to G.r,. ..,
view of drivers leavingthe resolution similar to those Into the lines, to determine T County Hospital: where he received -
grounds. of other counties, opposing the whether or not to purchase emergency treatment BE A DOiT-YOtlRSELI
-Instructed Mrs. Darby to consolidation of 42 Florida current or produce it them- .'.< ,before being transferred to theM EXTERMINATOR ::11
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notify each courthouse officer Counties as set forth in a pro- selves. Thinking Tuesday night, ..it !'dlcnl: Center. :
they will henceforth be responsible posal by Duval Rep. John Cri- on a first hasty look at the The accident: occurred.. about Kontrol.lJ
for cleaning their pri- der. report, was that It will be 2 .
pm. Saturday! : nfternoon.Over
vate restrooms. -Accepted the bid of $769 cheaper to produce current in J 4000 luuiiffis were reported A-Bug
-When asked by Mrs. Darbyif from W. H. (Billy) Noegel fora the city rather than outside.A In the Blanding Forest 'I
the Board wanted any spe- used mosquito control drag- figure of 1.25 cents per / over the first wssksnl: of the AJh DIa I.ae III, *" .IM.IIIIM. Dm h ..
cial parking places designatedat KW has been proposed to city + f11Me bxpltss
line and an $18 bid from Noe- 1969 hunting season. MINUTES/ n
the new building, replied gel for a used 1951 pickup officials for emergency power. .t
that parking space is more truck. That would make power avail- Molotov is the only non-bar .,
than adequate, but asked court- able in emergencies only. In tender we can think of who
house employees to abide by -Toured the old courthouseto other Words, It would still leave had a cocktail named after \)
an earlier request to park west see If anything was left the additional distribution and him "I
of the two side doors of the that should be moved before administrative costs for the + 7]
courthouse. the building is ready to be city to stand. ti: Sponsor l v SERVICE SCHEDULE! Stark: 0
-Approved the requestor Custodian turned over to the school sys Firm power, enough to ensure I !1 CATHOLIC CHURCHESST. A
Herbert Norman that his tem. the city would be adequately, dW Rlr si J Starke Builders Supply'
wife be transferred from the supplied for all uses at all EDWARD'S Starke: Starlings FRM Feed Store
agriculture building to the new -Instructed to move courthouse all records officers and times, would come still higher, Club Sunday Mast, I am. and Edwards Grocery;
courthouse to work fujltime. most officials say. Float .
other items stored to the new ':1S a.m.Monday Brooker Green's StoreLawtey I
A replacement for the ag build- By producing current at .79 MM, 8:30 a.m. e
Ing custodial duties will be complex. cents per KW and adding addi- Pretty DCT ,Club members smile Diane Griffis, Sally Lawson, and Lin- Wednesday Mass. 7 p.m. :
made from the Road Depart- -Gave Frank Williams presi- tional expenses for interest on from their float which placed first in da Morgan. The Candy Stripers placed Saturday MM and Novena J.
W. Waters
ment, the board Indicated. dent of the Fair Association, new eQUipment. the city would the Club Store
come out better on its own,officials From the left: second and Interact Club third.to pm. Tompkins Grocery;
to begin paving at the fair- I
grounds. That project Is a Joint said Tuesday. Pole ST. WILLIAM'S, K'f tone HU
ChargeSet be complicated. He saidhe'd vice Commission (for the increase Lake Butler
also ;
Two other factors were
one of the city, county, and Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
to find out first what ), not the phone com-
Fair Association. pointed out by Utilities Supt. Wednesday Novena, 7 p.m. Spires I.G.A. Store
other cities .
EXPERTTree Oscar Davis: I) The city's pro- By City charge. pal\) I
Surgery. -Agreed at the request of duction costs will decrease If Not that I'm for the phone "" ST. MARY'S. MacclennytSunday Mary Carter Palate,
School Supt. Tom Casey to look (Continued From (Page ODe) New York is trying to conserve ,
T...'.m.val$ another larger, more company or have any good Mast, ll: O.a.m.. Phone 964-70ZS j
T...'.....1". at a two-mile long paved area turbine Is Installed. Their poles belong to the city feeling for it,' NoUn said power. The conscien- jA
rlvnina in Camp Blanding which Casey "t) The figures submitted by by prior use as far as I'm "But I blame the Public Ser- tious visitor will leave hiselectfic
D.-Ma"I"1 asked the county to clear off the auditor did not take Into concerned Tucker said. He toothbrush at home.
.. Slump Grinding for a new commercial driver account the over 2,000,000 KW then said that according to estimates -..e..v. w sl -- -- -- ,- -_ -- -
I..dnl.Cabling training area. Commissioners used to light.the city's streets given him the phone
Cavity JUpvir" Norman and Hamilton accompanied each year. company uses about 1,400 city ---rf
EVERY JOB Road Foreman R.E. .If you talk about buying cur- poles.
C.mpl.t.ly'InturtdSatUfo Jones to the site Monday after- rent for street lights .* .I believe it's fair,* Councilman -
n Guaranteed noon.Asked Davis told the Council.A Bowen said, 'We are Free Contest!
r.ym.nt Plan Yawn to draft a le- period ofsevenyears,196268 letting too many things go.
solution commending architect was covered in establishing Some other things need to be : :
SAPFS Frank George, contractor Er- power costs. Total operating checked into too. Big companies I
nest Triest and Ruhl Pace, expenses rose gradually from can afford these charges I
tats SURGEONS. representative of Bowen Sup- $139,131 In 1962 to $216,774 in better than the little fellow.
2021 NW 6th St.A ply Co. of Plant City, for the 1968, the report shows. Duringthe It is standard procedure for
376.176O..INUVLLI* excellent work they did In designing same period the net KWH cities to charge pole rentals, t When Will It I Freeze?
building, and furnishing reaching distribution lines went said Chairman Jimmy McRae, t
the new building. from 11,026,870 in 1962 to pointing out that Florida Power -

FOLLOW THE GATORSTHIS kilowatt 19,025,350 Total operating in in 1962 1968.was expenses 1.26 cents per towns.ric pay& Light pole and rentals Clay to Elect-other t trim Would You Like To Guess? Itl t ttt

The $4.50 figure was termeda
per kilowatt, but had decreasedto
1.14 in 1968. little high by McRae, but, \
FALL OVER RADIO At Tucker's suggestion, the he said, "They have been usingour I
Council asked Auditor Scott to poles for years." tt First Federal is It Itto
offering prizes to those who closest
make up a profit and loss state- Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis come
WPXE ALL GAMES! ment for the electric, gas, said the city presently maintains guessing the date and time of our first freeze. I
I water, and sewer systems. all poles Inside the city .
Including ones owned by the
TTTE RIGHT POINT for the phone company.I'd You Can
t Have Two Tries!
BILL.POWELL way you WI ite. Come In and like to feel this rate t
ESTER- is "
select your favorite reasonable, Nolin said.
Insurance and Real Estate BROOK fountain pen. TELE- "We're trying to correct some-

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INNERSPRING the date and time of the FIRST FREEZE... and t
each person has two tries! Entry form 'A' Is
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you guess
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and in any event not later than November 30, t

Our/ftncit ".Iua In ever a half century 95 1969.
of Quality Manufacturing I 4. Employees of First Federal and their I immediate i
59 families are not eligible to win prizes.

837 PRESSURIZED COILS adjust to your weight Size.Twin Mattressfor or Full I 5. The FREEZE must be reflected by the First Federal t
restful healthful sleep cushioning every part of or Box Spring Time and Temperature Sign (and not. de- .
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box spring. Luxurious decorator cover. cool. restful mint t
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In Homecoming BaftleBlocked

Big Pirates:

Punt Sinks Tornadoes 16-13 .

1)10 Pushover -- a Florida. Star Conference power The Torna toes played probably
Undefeated Perry came from
!behind twice .to overcome aatrong' ----i 1 rated along with Palatka their best grime to date.
Bradford'sacrappy and Lake: City, on even terms. They were tough in losing to
upset bid by
Reeking their third win which type "We knew this would be Palatka nnd
Brad- club uses a pro Tornadoes for a 16-13, a even tougher Fri
foM's Tornado footballers will offense and the old single wing. tough one" a Perry assistant day night In their homecomingeffort.
win here Friday night .by '
tr Vel to take on the Piratesof QB Williams has passed 16 coach: : said after the game, But the corps of Coach
of a blocked punt.
'ernandina Beach tomorrow times in his last three games. "We were. glad to win It." David, Hurse cannot: seem to
ni, it (Friday, Nov. 7)at 8 p.m. Going by that he will pass about Acting unlike the underdogs. deg>! out nn upset win.
IS The Pirates, according to five or six times against BHS. they were supposed to ibe In a H1iii.7'H Yardage gained by both I
teams, 134 for BUS and 132 for
B$ Head Coach David Hurse rain-soaked homecoming contest Perry's wn Frday! was the. ,
Best Pirate running plays area Perry Is Indicative of how
compare with the Bishop Kenny the TornA.doesScored\ first fourth Ions! for the Tornadoes j
from strongI contest.
Hanker sweep a closely fought was the
and led twice only to downin Against two losses '
j team to which his Torna- and go and !a Us
backfield with a pro set Each team had: eight first I
JaIls lost 2-0 on a safety. Fer- split the last four minutes of But BHS Improvement la evidenced I
the same play using a downs.
na'gdina has, won three games backfield. Fernandina ends the evenly fought contest. by the fact that Live I
The rain football
on* more than the Tornadoes fullback Bradford. High took advant-- andN't Oak tied the Tornadoes, was
rarely split. Sending down the* \ .
wlrtle losing two contests and Bayer over left guard has been age, of a fumbled punt to mounta kept passing game.BHS' beaten 30-0 by Perry, yet Perry
pUmng Baker County to a tie.But another effective play for the 45-yard touchdown drive In Dean Johns threw only 'was only three points better
times \ ,
10 completing two one
the first period QuarterbackDean than the Tornadoes.
Hurse is not looking for Pirates. Bayer also has tack-been Johns threw five yardsto : / of them a TD aerial: Perry's
effective going over right
a'shover ball ij I Barfleld. relytr/ c% the Bull- Statistic
game. le. The Pirates also like to halfback Jlmy Alvarez for
fernandina: has a big ball quick pitch to the right half the score and Johns kicked: the dog's strong! ruonlng Attack BI13 Perry
c End Steve Reese Is a back. point after for a 7-0 Big Red end fast backs, tried only one First Downs 8 8
2 pound senior, tackle Joe Usually Fernandina will run lead. a' pass and It was, intercepted by Yds Rushing 113 132
on is a 210 pound senior witha __ Tim Murphey of BHS. Yds. Passing 21 0
from a pro type split backfield Perry came right back 1
a ] tackle Wyche Bryce is a or use a strong I for- 63 yard drive, with quarter. The Passes Complt. 2-10-X 1-0-1
Bulldog quarterback: wa.sPerry's
2 ) junior.
pound mation, both from a tight line back Robert Barllcld setting Fumbles Lost 1 1
Irate backs also outweighS big gun gaining 100
backs Fullback Bruceer with ends tight.Basically the TD up with a 62-yard run. yards in 17 running attempts, Penalties 0 30
the Pirates run a Barfield pushed over the goalon Punts 3-39! 1-40
at 190 Is a hard runner a 6-yard average Fullback Gordon
/ 6-2 defense, but they shift their fourth down after three Scoring Summary
vwo blocks well and is not slow. Scott bad< 31 yards in eight
linebackers around quite a bit. tries from BUS three, and BHS-7 0 0 6-13
I Hlfback Bill Burbank at 184 broke loose for a 62-yard run to set upPerry's carries.:
from Sometimes the defense will look then ran the extra point to Robert Barfield is downed Perry0 8 0 016Touchdowns
ands is
I a good runner ''other
like 5-3-3.Pirate linebackersalso first touchdown,
tfe flanker or slot and is one a give the Bulldogs a 8-7 leadsthat BnrfleM was most effective
dE| the Pirates' best two pass stack behind their guards held until midway\ the by Jimmy Alvarez cf BHS as Tornado than that the Tornado defense held running the Tornado': ends on BITS DAlvarez.) 10-yd. pass
r elvers. Soph halfback SamW and the line will flip flop to fourth period. Tommy Blackshear looks on. Barfield the powerful Bulldogs.The the power sweep In the first from Dean Johns. EPJohnskick
inborn at 171 pounds is quick keep the strong side againstthe BHS Another punting mishap, a halt He set up P 1'1'Y's first : 2)) Norman, 3-yd. run.
and a good runner. strong side of the low snap which made Perry's Bulldogs were also to run the clock out. fans. TD that way with the longestrun Johns EP kicked failed:!
Roosevelt Will- offense. is A. W. Tedder his his knee on strong enough to hold the onlv Rain fell for the entire contest But those that braved the 62 yards of the'game But Perry-11' Harfield. QB sneak.
The Fernandina
pound senior, is tabbed BHS the ground.: picking! it up gave other offensive try BHS had. / dampening! Bradford :wet weather saw the Tornadoes he was no nearly so successfulwith EP-run by Barfleld. 2)) Smith,
iArterbaCk passer and scouts. Pirate aggressive linemen by fire low the Tornadoes the bill: on the and then to punch out hard homecoming spirits as _II.as of Coach David Hurso the sweep in, (the second 40-yd. run with blocked punt.
football. and hard and the guards and Perry 26.Fullback. :running yardage from their 17 soaking .the scattered hardy play the undefeated:!, Bulldogs .half. Scott run EP.;
Also with good size is end linebackers will stunt. Mike Norman, carrying
Rodeffer 175-11, the other Fernandina has beaten St. five of seven times, went - -- - - - -- - - -- -
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Georgia, and Clay High of Green give the Tornadoes a 13.8 lead
Fernandina is a running ball Cove Springs. They have lost with six minutes left to play.

to Park and Lake City
t Orange disaster
But two minutes later
44-6, and have tied Baker Coun-
struck as Perry's Randy
Gridders Not ty.
Lance blocked Tornado Mark;

f J The Pirates had an open date Milner's punt. Perry end George HEATING HEADQUARTERS
Discouraged last week so will be well rest- Smith snappel up the pigskin -
1 ed for the Tornadoes. BHS won and ran 40 yards' for the
Coach SaysAre the contest here lastyear 33-19 winning touchdown.' Gordon
but Fernandina will be lookingfor Scott, the Bulldog fullback
an upset on their home ran another two point conver-
Bradford High football ground against a BHS team sion and Perry took a 16-13 I
'layers becoming: discouraged with a 2.4.1 record lead. SLADE I

he fter last losing two even four: ball though games they, GAS F solve' your'heating problem

me through: with outstanding
with the
efensve: performances: : ? remarkable SIEGLER

"No. They're net getting!

t town haven't on themselves given up all at sea-all. : Largest Selection of Heating Equipment IVl a rk III

Alike long Sexton" says.Defensive Coach ___! In This Area

BHS has lost the last three
1 -t
ames to: Perry, Palatka. and .
Bolles. Before that they played: tI THERMALAIRE p

Live Oak t to :a I 0.0 Lie! lost 2-0 "" ,, ", )'rn;;., ". "
Wo Bishop Kenny on a safety 'F '''iI'' "' V'k:+'\;

and:! season downed opener Baker: County inte \. 1', i 40,000- BTU i

amounts to .. 2-4-r s:w.io .. -f : ,
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most : .., .. .. I TE R R! 't.l...
team has owned in the pastS -. "' 1 'J.- a ?
years. ..: I ; ... .: : HEATS UP TO 5 ROOMS 'i;;,f' : 4

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But the Tornadoes' : have play ': 1 r
rlr1 + ..
better with each game and "' .ift/;/ Matches j
t td look 1 especially goad: de- 2'Using '. ;\ \ '. '
in the past' two tough '.+. .' ", .f : .,' .-t.. i.'' Any Decor ;
Perry. A I,, "" 11
gameS with Pa1:1ka: ant:! \1 ( ..M.. 1 i t
hey outpliyecl; Perry and had ( .-.-. ''' ,T.I, :::'.;a: t
chance to win the Palatka l: --'''_-;

ame until very late in the ____n _____, i. :;:::Zi.--c..a: : :' : :=: :'-:"- '
period BHS coaches: ,., "
fhlrd. umbrellas to preserve hairdos these two 1J ...;...." ', .. ,.fl&. ,5 9.95

the boys have been in members of homecoming queen's court and their escorts ", ,. 't';

these flih:l"g Just as hard! as sat through the entire ballgame and it rained ? '- \.7'11 Special *
; Low
to the left Miss Karen Breeden : ., Price
they coul right down: every minute. From the are :
final whistle" the coach and escort Allan Patz and Miss Tanya Watts and escort ........ 'I"

states. :Mike Lyons.rnadoes. 2b

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TcUnbeaten Scare 28000; BTU 32.95 it .

t Baby ,!

t Live Oak 22-24 MAGIC GHEE -KV &

The junior varsity of Brad High In the last regular sea- in 1969 almost upset undefeated w Semi-Centraf
Live Oak here last Tues-
ford High will host Gainesville son game tonight (Thursday, Heating System
day but went down 24-22 after
t Nov. 6)) at 7:30.:
The Baby Tornadoes, winless spotting Live Oak the entire -
24 point lead In the firs) 60NTINUOUS CLEAN"
RANGE The Siegler Mark III pours floor J level
t 301 .- ]heat out tho front, back] and both side
Sit was the best game we'vi I --S.
FLORIDATHEATRE played all year,* says Coach l f End your cleaning blues the for multi-rooni heating without costly
Jim Garllngton. He pointed ou t ,.
pipes and registers. Build it in the wall
t DRIVE-IN that the undefeated Bulldog s! t"-" -- easy way. Let Magic Chef
had not been scored on prior or just pin it to tho wall In two-tono
clean for !
to Tuesday. you
:- baked enamel 01: luxurious wood grain
A BEGINS BIIS' Gray Flynn, moved from I oN-, / "*N

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t Adults 75c; Students 60( FrI., 7:00 to 9:15: One from scoring halfback play went 60-yards Henry,' I, J .-a: AUTOMATIC Come in soon and seo the remarhabloa
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Children Under Sat. 1:30-4: & 6:30-9 the other 50-yards. ,":::'' new Siegler Mark III: automatic 6aa I

Fullback Brad Carter alst J ''
Sun and Tues!; 7:30"DAZZLING": heating system
a Fri., Sat., Sun scored on a two-yard plung _
BHS drive,:
to cap a 65-yard .
Nov., 7, 8; 9 also
Mallchl Henry ran over INSTALLED COMPLETELY Including
-LIFE a pair of two point conver $249
t sions to make Bradford's 2:2 i
CHARLTON JESSICA PARAMOUNT' PICTURES: rA ....... points. T Venting, Wiring; of
Mt nut
Quarterback Eddie Hazen'spassing I Thermostat,

f HESTON WALTER FRANCO last two has weeks looked Coach better Gar lithe -- -- FINANCING AVAILABLE. Gas LinPA 36995PROCTOR

J lington says. He also credited I and loaned
ZEFFIREUJ Gray Flynn with doing a a
t i' J excellent job after being move d: \ ,_ 250 gallon tank
< from halfback to split re
_'-alSR, 5tMarCw ROMEO ceiver. Flynn caught tour

: : passes.It was. also the best defensive 1, ALSO ENTER OUR FREE RANGE

] United Artists JULIETIo game for the Baby Tor-
nadoes Coach Garlington said, '
THEAT"Et Live Oak scored on a 65-yar pass and a 45-yard run am! SILEX
PLUSDAVID the two big plays killed Bi! ; '
chances, Garlington said. BIK;

t held the powerful Bulldog I BLENDER.. on"lm iTN1i&? % ENDS
i IMKR"THE scoreless in the last three quar' .. .HIIR R V( F !\" ) ; 22nd. 1nr
terse case of tie, the earliest/ entry will
t Defensive standouts named t b;, With Purchase of a New Magic Chef Continuous win. N> purchase is necessary,
w the coach are Gray Flynn a t Clean Range.
r the monster position and tackles
Levy Lennon and Vernor I
t Barber All three did "excellent

: Jobs," Garlington said. SLADE GAS AND

A tft n the mapiA We've been improving all]I APPLIANCES.
t motion pictur* a*kig athislory.I ordinary I along. We haven't been play

I PANAVISlCm'COLOR by Deluxe [Iiil] low 1 story.... ing that* bad considering we're I
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BHS Outplayed Perry BHS Runners Take 6th MeetBradford

Tornado Coaches Say"Our High's cross coun- for high! runners the coach ond and third respectively at and his best time until Nov; 1:
!try squad Is fresh off two wins ,> 10:38: and 10:39: their ,best follow*:! by Jim Lowery Rich.
them In and has six wins and two loss- ays.CHS' Bill Bocker finished at times to date. Kenny Prevnttof ard PHI. David Metis, Holland
boys outplayed
every department except i "We felt like the defense did es to date. 10:36 in the dual': meet Oct. 25. GUS a BHS runner In 19G8. Corbitt, all of BHS: and Tony
,breaks. It ,was a heartbreakerfor a good job, other than. the one Latest victory .was .a big win BHS co-captains! Larry Green finished fourth: then came Avila, CHS. rounding out the
the kids. K, Yonge, "Tough but satisfying" Is the
Orange! Park and
worked all ." ," Sexton The BHS
Bishop Kenny. BIIS led with 34 ., .,, -- way Coach Loper describes the
That is the initial reactionof coach pointed out that sustain .:;> 'i' :" >;; 'win PKY OP,
four-way over
the Big Tornado, Coach David ed drives and long runs have points and placed runners '''\.'''} \''; ','+' I
MyM ; BK last Saturday
;{ und even
sixth, seventh,
Hurse, to his team's fourth been Perry's forte all year. fourth eighth .\ ,;; p
ninth, and eleventh the '' 'though PKY vas missing! run.
among :
loss of the season in the 1969 AI'I John Clark who in Leper's
first 11 ner
Bradford High homecoming to Tackle Rudolph Perkins, linebackers places.Tornado 71ir:
runners edged' District !words "would: have made the
Ralph !Morgan. Christy
Perry.A ..Jt\;.f "
bad!snap from center, more Chandler, and Mike Norman Champion P. K. Yonge difference.
than anything else, caused. the end monster man Tommy four points. BBS had 34, PKY .i.rnpt "Being bunched fourth to
blocked punt which led to Per Blackshear were all singled 38, Orange Park 66, and Bishop 11th .won for us. I'm very
ry's second touchdown and. a out for their outstanding play Kenny 03. Lowest score/wins in <''1': proud of them. The course was
16-13 victory Tornado players by BHS coaches. cross country / the .worse it has been also got their blocking assignments Class AA Gainesville High ''/'' eon Most of it was under",
mlxai1: up on the play BLackshear came up real fell 23-28 to BHS in >a dual meet 3IJ water" he added- ,,,
Hurse said."These hard and in good snaps to turn here Saturday, Oct. 25.
occasional bad snaps end runs inside and: stop Per- Juniors SecondJunior "This was a good win for us.
have plagued us since the Jam- ry's bread and butter power especially against an 'AA' : !L
,boree. We can't seem to.shake sweeps around "the end, Coach school," says Coach George
Class float with .t .
them off," the coach says. The \Sexton stated. Peggy Edwards Leper. P'r AND SUPPLY'CO.Contracting
center was Just; bad. enough, aboard, placed second. Most BHS runners: had their' 1 and repair |
the kicker had to .reach downto BHS defensive! front four- /best times to date in the CHS
.the ground for the ball slow. Bill Buby, Rudolph Perkins. meet. One boy, eighth grader Plumbing Fixtures -
tug the punt just a little bit. Danny Jackson, and: Tom Sylvester Lott from the Middle water Heater Pumps -.]
But it gave Perry end Randy Marks "looked real ..good" stopping School, ran a 10:58: ,which broke I I Irrigation Iron Filters
Lance Just time enough to rush Perry on short yardage Larry Green's former Middle [water Softeners
in from the outside: and block situations on third down and 1yard 1d4A School record of 11:08: set last t.A t.
and 4
the unto or 4th one 24 t :year ,,
"Our boys played the best t ti ;, "That is an exceptional time C._ J- 964-6023 or 964.5832
of the We Tom Marks :for an eighth grader," Coach
game year. made /was credited by (Please make a note of I
:fewer mistakes. The ones we Coach David Hurse with playIng Loper says. That race stands a helpful assist is I
given Queen Elaine by boyfriend our numbers In your]
did make hurt," Hurse said. his best game of the sea-. good chance of getting Lott
But we had our share of the i eon against Perry. ranked nationally among Jun- Danny Jackson. hone boot)
,breaks on their bad snaps." i -. i
Hurse says. Hurse also had praise for the t a Iw t _ _ _
"We're never pleased withouta defensive safeties of BHS. AfCJfOp-TU Celebrating our join
"Their improve 'play was the N VC anniversary in MarKe
win. "It was Just a heart- 'most noticeable thing, as far Wl% 1 rl i3

breaker. us we're concerned," the head 31 years with Philco| .Oldest, Exclusive| Phico| Dealer[ in Fla., .
The BHS head coach did not t Tornado said lIe credited:: Jimmy -
alibi the bad snap by pointingto Alvarez Mark Mllner and &: "
the wet conditions Hut It t Tim Murphey with doing
did rain the entire game, and 1 'a good Job firing up to stop Freshmen FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALE
the wet slick ball had to be Perry's ground attack. Mur- Class Princess Jeanine Wilcox had the
factors for both teams.Bu.t phey also intercepted, the only Perry bulldog caged Friday afternoon. The froah
pass Perry threw all night. placed third.
Tornado phyershave
been praised by their Offense (Rr11\1\------------W-O---------
coaches for the effort they "In the last two games we've .
mal against the undefeated really improved," said Coach
Perry Bulldogs. Chuck Mason of the Tornado V \ \.lJ 1\J
Defense offensive line. Mason expresses 0 Self-Cleaning
"One mistake cost us a satisfaction with the Big Red
touchdown," Coach Mike Sexton 'line in both the Palatka. and Top Loading

He ,referred BHS defensive to the 62 chief-yard said.run 1 Perry games. Cfieck /oP tfeatMe1 tialt1.tea4U/le lie l/ALUEofi Model ashes

by Perry QB Robert Bar!1 .Id! Naming Ralph Morgan TomT .STORES ir .
To 12
Blackshear. Bill Buby Dan. Up
which put the ball on the BUS

Bulldogs one-yard first line TD.and Tornado set up players the-' :ny the Jackson coach said, ,and all Buddy did a "good Sapp. I 1P n LE Table Settinges

were poorly in position on!that but:one executed play- Job considering." the wet conditions 't;,,.". hID- [] [] [] f1D:[ Allr @MATn[ In A Single

Sexton said!, but then commen Mason( said BHS coaches '.Ur Load !
ted that Is liable to happen f"
Were pleased with the
pass protection
once or twice in 'any game the line .
provided and
against a good team like Perry.' with'the holes opened for BHS TIDOOIllI\WA ]]
Other than that one play the runners. I ; I r
Tornado defense held the powerful .
"Now we're getting some experience
Perry eleven to only 70
yards rushing.! Perry is a running behind us," Mason Lk With Value-Wise
said. "Finally we're coming Loaded Features
fast backs team to which run over uses opposingteams. its big, around the way we expected< Senior Class float was 'decorated by the BHS Homecoming -- ", ._ RylJ
_' The boys have worked hard. Queen's, (Court,,: ,Miss:: Karen Breeden Miss : .: you, : ;.' r' ,' ,
v' ((1oj.

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Lunchroom .order. cents for luncheons; elementary
Figures that indicated Starke student! :30 cents! ; While
Elementary lunchroom barely .tall adults, including: tachers.are TlDaDE AT HOME .IDr your ow. .-
J Audits GivenTo .stayed:! in the black while others supposed to ray 50( cents.In and community prcgr.vfr. ...
{ had better financial re- other .action nt Its Tues-
,\ School Bd. ports, were questioned by day meeting the Board: :
member Charles Sawyer. Supt. .
T. L. Casey si Id that was attributed Rejected two bUs-one for
Free lunches are being served $1,800 and another for
:! to the fact that Sta-.ke Rudd Gas Water Heaters
to adults: in some county: Elementary serves 17 per cent as the coOt t of tearing: down ;'
f school cafeterias! in conflict of its lunches free to needy and! removing the oU Biooker ..
.iF P with county boari:: policies submittedby an students. school. : '; heats water 3 times faster!
audit cf lunchrooms:! ;
I Nell Tucker at Tuesday's -Referred to Supt. Casey for <
Tucker said that some
Ij School Board meeting indi- free lunches were served evaluation several bids for 'r-: Rivers Of Hot Water At
j cated. without formal approval of equipment and materials: totaling ,
Ii Tucker said that 1,776 free the applications! that must be approximately $7,000 LOW, LOW COST
i ]lunches with ? $888 were served:! by the BHS High School 33 at the Vocational -.TechnlcalCentel.
students pay
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Church of God be near their mother Mrs. ,term. He sail\: this included ..,...... ,....._......... ..........u....._.._._._.................."... ..........................,.:.,.,.:,.,.",.,.,.,.,.:.: .
I : Sunday Sarah Starling! who Is critically lunches consumed by some r'lwnwww & Utility SavingsPURCHASED
LAWTEYBy School 10 a.m. Worship 11 ill In Bradford:! County Hospital. teachers guests of the principal -
*.m. and. 7:30.Highland:7:30:. p.m. YPE Wednesday Miss Arthuriiw Blanchard and other visitors. DeWitt C.Jones F.1.;;;;;; FOR

I of Jacksonville spent the weekend Tucker made no recommendation
Easy Blanchard with Miss Enza Blanchard.Mr. in the matter, but pointed $2.00 Per Monthon

.. Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. E. W. Lee of out that the practice was c.. STARK .':'
School. 945.: Worship. 11 and Tallahassee were Friday over- in conflict with school:: policy Economical Slade
HALLOWEEN PARTY 7:30.: Choir Practice, 6:30.: night guests of their granddaughter guidelines. The board took no i1 r''1. PHONE 964-6200 m Gas

Pictured Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30PERSOS'ALS : Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr. action. t! 'f CALL NOW
above are members Mr. Tatum and children. Tucker said there were postIng -

I of stn the Halloween Kindergarten! party Class Mrs.Romania Mary, Nicula Is making, recentlyof her room errors, due: at largely one other to careless lunch 1 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ti ti'L |1 1i SLADE GAS 332 w- MADISON

I given last Friday night in the Friends of Mrs W. F. Moore i PHONE 964-7701
home with her son and daugh ness but reported that records |'L PHONE 473.3176 |
hospitality hill of Grace Methodist and other members of the
Mr. Mrs. O.
ter-In-law. and at Law tey, Brooker and South- :
Church. From left (front family of Rev. E. D. Boyer will Nicula and family. side Elementary were In good;:!: ::::: :::::::::::Z--)1;;:::: : :::: ::::::::::::::::::: :::::: : ::::
!row) Richard: Chesser. Angela regret to learn of his death .
Boyette, Tracy Denton and last Sunday::! Rev Boyer was a \ .
Donna Carter. Back, row: Tammy former pastor o fths First Baptist SATURDAY
Starling, Tammy Denton, Church for several years, A LAST WEEK OF VALUE MONTH
and Tod Denton. and was loved in the commun 1rr
Pictured in photo at right ity. Sympathy I is extended to
are Mrs. Hubert Priest, Mrs. the family. >\
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D. Mr. end Mrs. James Anders L'1
A. Jones and: Mrs. O. J.
Boyette mho served refreshments and family of Palatka visited ( ; Hey Kids, e/ i. CRYSTAL STYRINIx
1 of witches brew and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders durIng / PUNCH BOWL SIT

: cpokies.r the weekend.Mrs. lore TOYLAND WITH ANY $10.00 OR ,
Games were enjoyed by the Bill'! WocJard::! and children Sa ; MORE CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY '
various Sunday School: classes, of Largo visited Mrs. C. IS OPEN -w.
followed by costume judging R. Crews and other relativeson Over

: and: prizes for the scariest and Sunday. ( F BAG E Our Entire Chain i celebrating the Grand Opening '
: funniest in each class. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee "were ; 500
w T > .
Don Denton dismissal: the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. NAVV of our 1st store in Charlotte, N. C. M **&fSMEN'S F.
group with a hymn and prayer.C and Mrs. L. O. Peterson in .DISCOUNT/ STORES New Items r'J) :.
Arlington.Mr. located at 415 Eastway Drive.

CARNIVAL HELD and Mrs. H. E. Priest .f

> The Halloween Carnival was were in Wellborn Sunday::! visit. MEN'S FIRST TIME EVER OrrEREDI WESTINGHOUSE .Quantity
held at the school: Saturday ing Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams : r Rights

night Nov. 1, with' a record at. Summerlin.Mr. -and Mr.. and Mrs. Ceoree MOCK TURTLE JULIETTE PREMIUM BATTERIES SEALED BEAMHEADLAMPS Reserved
tendance. The usual fish supper ...
was served .to more than and Mrs. B. L. WilkIson "D", "C" & PENLITE ,.t ,/* :

300 ruests. The leading!!' attraction of Jacksonville spent last ,, ( ) POLOS
was the rides, especiallythe Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. B. i High. Power Double Life ;
fire truck, an*, the covered L. Wilklson) Sr. >* CUT OFF I H Short sleeves .1 Steel Jacketed Guaranteed to last Fits allstandard

wagon was also well patron Mr. and Mrs. Barney Dobbs h ',,_ Fashion styled in i twice as long as ordinary batteries fyn,, rf BO-PEEP. I AMMONIA
ized. Other attractions included Casey Dobbs and son. Joey, all JEANS ; in "100 Cotton .T vi cars
of Jacksonville visited Mr. and: i e colors 4001-4002
cake country _
the walk Popular
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kitchen and game booths. Mrs. A. D. Dobbs during the t NAT'LUY. SOLD i\f j' Sm.? !Med., Lg. r4r4 ; ?| 6005-6012 ) shinef '
The PTA president; Mrs. L. week. 3.M and 4.n ; Heavy Aityli
A. Redding wishes to thank Mr and Mrs. Raymond Williams a FAMOUS MAKER uYOU SAVE 42e NtGNPO tfE YOU SAVE 20c v-V ile- cleaner
the many organizations and:! individuals and son of Atlanta, were with k petp Cleaning crwre*
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making this the most successful ass't. ef cetlers"ft JM / / i T.M>mi
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fabric*. 2 -3MEN'S $$
school. Mr. and: Mrs. Jack Dyal of YOU SAVE 10*
Macclenny visited her brother- "TB4
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) Jay School 9:45: : Worship, 11 J. B. Oaskins last Sunday. 162 WHITE' OR COLD 13c
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1969 Homecoming Queen is BHS Is very proud of all 9 EAGLE '
Miss Elaine Akrlije.:! classes and: organizations on 444 GIRLS' NYLON 5 QT. G.E. MANICURE SETS 1 ., ,L. 788
As BHS settles back hits the way Homecoming events "

normal school: routine and the went off. Mr. Weatherman is STRETCH "PLASTIC PAILS Power handle ..
memories of homsssmlnjr: fade the only person that jut -i7 is contoured
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away everything is f-ne. 'Wouldn't cooperate with BHS i 'to 'fit your
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spirits of BHS students:! and:! BHS agenda for this week \ for painting, .. includes nail
guests! during Tornado Wliirl: was voting on Senior Sjpsrlatlves. r,'. 100" seamless cleaning and all v < > shaper, buffer,
and the Homecoming: game.; Senior candidates:! are / : ;' Nylon household callus smoother / fRA
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rain to see their: classmates Cutest, Frisndliesi., Most Flirtatious Sues I 3X- pusher !
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Running away with the honors BHS. frem Nylwi.Dacren .
of first prize was the 9th Cetton. .
grade with their!' theme "BHS Acetate* > 100% 1
Nov. 12 will be College and r
Turns Comiutsrlzed: in 2525." Cctten. Many COTTON BOYS' COTTON BLOCK PLANE PROCTOR-SILEX I' --0''
The mighty Seniors: and 10th Career Day for all Seniors from Permanent ls1

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."SEEDS OF SLUMS ; '.. Workshop HereAll '., ....;&IJ1JfiJIjQ! [ -

; of Bradford County's public >> '
i0 :'- -V < school Instructional person I'
; :t;#' ;>:- nel will be engaged In a workshop /
> on behavioral objectivesat
: ... By Martha Sue McCain
ir .. .-. Starke on Friday, Nov. 7. I County Extension -
Approximately 198 persons
: .: from this county will attend Home Economics Agent

Loyal Tornado Fans NeededOur the all-day being conference sponsored, whichIs and ,raised in this country but Imports ,,q
arranged by Columbia Regional SOME PLANTS ARE THE last yenomainly from J&
Education Services Center COOKS' BEST FRIENDS Hungary and Yugoslavia.to- f
CRESC). Some very interesting arti- tailed 132.700 pounds. n>

Bradford High football team 0-1, 12-0, and 811. "Behavioral objectives"mean cles come across my desk Marjoram another member ,to
some research 1nfol111J On, of .the mint family Is also both ,m
may face its first losing season in 15years. planning school activities by .
some background and founia-: United States and .
in the
The record to date in 1969 We stood up with the team when it setting up objectives which, in .tion material, but one articleI grown is imported 870.900 pounds :A?

stands at two wins, four losses, and was winning. We should do the same can turn,be will measured.produce results Put another which enjoyed so very much I were brought: In last TUrti,

one tie. now. But the caravan going to Fern- way, it means stating what Is thought you might like it too. with our neighbors\ on the ?
andina tomorrow, we strongly sus- to be done In such a way that To. fry PRIMROSE LEAVES north and .south, Canada and*

It is a time when players and pect, won't be nearly as lagre as th5 at a given point In time the In handful March: with Eggs; Take a Mexico. along with France, '.
of students can be or two of Primrose supplying most of our needs.
coaches need the support of loyal fans. thousands of Bradford fans who perfomance
evaluated or measured. mince them very small, :Marjorjam is used to spice
Yet the gate in the recent Palatka followed the state champion Tornadoes beat them Into a dozen eggs; many proce.sseclloods. like liveri

game here, which usually attracts a over 100 miles to the champion New standards for school accreditation ;your pan being very hot, coolit iwurst and bologna, as well as .,

capacity crowd, was a meager $1,800. ship game in 1965. by the Florida Department a little! and put in a pieceof In borne cooking. *
The Perry game Friday night was a of Education demand butter! so put in your eggs Rosemary leaves look like *
Athletic I 1 i' r4, x that objectives be spelled out fry them very soberly; whenIt miniaturize: pine needles but *
financial disaster to the BHS The current BHS team, however, 1 6
in this way. and school per- is enough on that side, turn !the plant is another member '
Department. However a great part of is displaying many of the same qualities sonnel have this year only to it, and lay it in again on the of the mint family California '

the slim gate can be attributed to the of those championship teams. ..:.r.-2 .:f,'" &... prepare for the time when it other side; when it is enough la big grower or rosemary '
-' a
fell the entire ball Even ",/ "" ..,. r must be done. ecrape on scrulse the
rains which game. though losing, the 69 Tornadoes Sugar on ibut we still called upon Spain
have improved with every game. 1rf; The Bradford County Instruc- Juice of a lemon or two. France Yugoslavia and Portuc

But all season' long, just when, They are much more formidable now tors will be among more than (From "The Whole Body:! of gal for 831,000 pounds with
Cookery Dissected:!, Taught, and
Tornado gridders have needed support than in their 2-0 loss to Bishop Kenny:, 900 who will attend from the Fully manifested". London, the latter as the chief commonly supplier. .

most, the crowds have been scattered.It or in their win over St. Augustine. A COMMUNITY CHALLENGE the seven CRESC counties area.which make up 1673)) used Sage herb is, in a the very! United States:

What makes a slum? That first broken window? Three centuries have passed not only for the home cooking s
seems that "fair weather" fans No fan who witnessed the Palatkaor Or the door off its ? The that Subject are specialists from since the secret of how to fry ,but also in commercial meat
hinges to
gutter was
the Department of Education primrose leaves with
eggs was and processing. Our
have deserted the BHS football squad.It Perry game would have been em packing
be repaired tomorrow the other little fix-up University personnel, several revealed in this London
barrassed. Rather or publication :imports in 1968 were nearlY'' 2.7
should be
that Bradford is we proudof
seems County about educational leaders from Duval and
that a conserve of red
clean-up jobs were never done? million pounds, chiefly from
like any other place. We seem to the way our boys have picked County, and the CRESC staff roses these days Is about as Yugoslavia and Albania.
it's themselves during the When pride gives way to neglect-% hen homes will be on hand to assist in
be with our football team when up season. Any- rare as sin-up of violets or a Savory a mint family member
winning, but just try to find us when one familiar with the BHS athletic pro- become just houses, when people] become careless the workshop. lane of marigolds all of used mainly In home cook

the breaks are going the other way. gram has to know it has been with and let litter accumulate, the seeds of slums are which were prepared and serv- ing is Imported:: in small

hard work, determination, and sacri being sown. The dividing line between a thriving 4,197 HuntersAt ed in the better houses of 17th amounts.
and 18th
Going back to 1964, Bradford High: fice. Football fans, our players need community and a deteriorating one is a matter of Camp Blanding There Is hardly England.a Roman Tarragon the smallest holds import the of recordas any

grid records read 7-3 ((1968)), 5-5, 11- your suport in Fernandina. pride. First Two DaysMore alive who can tell how his herb seed or spice for which

American industry for years has encouraged com- countrymen of 100 B. C. made records are kept only 3,300

munity improvement through its "Keep AmericaBeautiful" than 4,000 hunters a rose pie but there is hardly pounds last year. It is a member -
checked. a housewife today:! who doesn't of the aster family and is
::! Into the Camp Bland
campaigns. The Federal government has ing Wildlife! Management area: have at least some of the more a native! of Siberia. Is Is used

Even One'sWith Too ManyKeep also initiated several programs to encourage this during the first two days of common herbs and seeds available chiefly in .salad dressings and:

objective. /the current hunting season, to add Just the r ght /to flavor vinegar.
last Saturday and Sunday. touch to her special and every- Thyme Is produced commercially -
Slum is local It is
development a problem. up to day cooking. in the United States, and
more than 4,000 armed hunt- -- guns away from children. each one of us to have sufficient pride in our neighborhood Game taken duringthe week- Mint is a very commonlyused Imported 618.400 pounds

ers roaming the woods of the ,';amp locked and out of their reach. Teach to keep up each piece of property, and en- end include:! : 87 deer, 8 wild and home grown-plant came In last year mainly

Blanding \\ilci Life Management Area children to respect firearms and how the refurbishing of those areas suffering hogs 397 cat squirrel 12 fox which has some very well from Spain and France. Is is'used
courage 36 known
squirrel, three doves, squir family members by one
in fish and -
meat vegetable
during the first two days of the to handle them safely. from man-made neglect. name or another, such as dishes.

current hunting season, the wonder is rel.The exact count of hunters Rosemary, Basil Slur Laven-
How do we eliminate slums] ? The first answer is :Bay leaves are also knownas
that accidents are so few.: It is. also a good idea to learn the to overcome the indifference of the people. was 4,197. der, Summer and Winter Sav- laurel leaves, and American
principles of first aid. You can never ory, Clary Wouniwort:: Thyme cooks use lots of it in scups

One serious mishap, involving anelevenyeal'oJd be certain that other hunters 'will Pennyroyal Horehound Lemon stews, sauces fish! and fowl.
boy has already follow safe practices if do. Balm, !and Marjoram.To Most of our imports are from
even you
FarmersJust Diarycommissioner make a tarte of Marl-
Turkey and in 1968 we brought
occurred however and while there is
{ golds Prymroses, or Cousiipa: In 661.500 pounds.
even'one out of 4,000 hunung casual- The few minutes it takes to clip Take (such) floures and p-er- Oregano
ties, it means that safety precautions this article could save your life. when you think that the remarked that ,boyle them lender, then in the United States:

should be doubled. Why not carry it with you and readit weather Mas: been bad, but that it was the first he had heard strayne them 'with .the yolckesof Just a quarter century: aiO.NoVl' .
it can't get any worse, the ) three or foure and
One eggs it in greater
as a reminder now and then? of that one. thing Is cer- Is imported
every and
weatherman up swete curdes, els take threeor
tain, the county will not have or quantity than any other herb
of the
According to the Department throws:: us a rainy, squally much money to spend on hard- foure apples, and:! psrboyle -nearly 3.3 million pounds in
Interior's Bureau of Outdoor Recrea- One accident among 4,000 hunters period that lasts and lasts and surfacing secondary roads wythal and stnayne! them with 1968. Its great popularity) is

tion, hunting ranks thirteenth in pop- might not seem like a high rate... but can only be summed We're up in here, so new roads will be swete .butter and a lyttle mace credited to the increasing popularbtyof

ularity as an outdoor activity. With even that one could always be you. one word to: a last mess.weekend when referring hard to come bv. end .o bake'it. (frpniAuProper! foods from ths lands,

4,000 eager: 'jtimrods roaming the stormy weather dampened the Newe Booke of- cUe.=|;:mldPeppermint1' around the Mediterranean,
''''\\Po (.tIk'll t *..1' .rLxteenth, .AA 1
woods in just one management area, Tornado Homecoming and then to: *< K that, ) f w/ whore L it Is e very commonlyused
A remember In
point 'arfdTjfpearmintare I
Pizza alone is
we have no+"'reason to doubt the de- made the great outdoorsa llv Sam McGarvey respect is that, on an average, the two best known members seasoning. for con-
probably responsible
to be out of. !
partment's statement. That is all the good it costs about $40,000 a mile of the family and the two than
will start next April 1. And sumption more oregano "
more reason to be concerned with the Love Bugs Me tThey've also that the current Miss America = to pave even a simple road, most commonly used flavoringsIn any other single! foot.: There
needless waste of lives caused by Not so for the berry and will appear at the Fair, without bridges or other extras candles chewing gum liqueurs are 2 distinct types (If oregano:

occasional carelessness in observing greens crops, for they apparently so it looks as though plans are for ,the so that if of persons six-mile ask Pharmaceuticals jelly and both are Imported. The
did well through it all for another great paving a and, desserts. It is grown on Mediterranean variety Is supplied
ordinary rules of safety. eliminated the screwworm shaping up
they are applying for ,!
the west coast of the United
and growth. in 70. As the saying The
put on some good show mainly from Greece.
South Florida Super which will
the cost
have one nearly a
pest U could talk Fair has "come a States but our 1968 .imports
a berry plant goes, our Mexican variety, with a dlstln.
Here are some commonsense tips Snails on the run, dealt with the Walking we believe it would state firm long way," since it was start- quarter of a million dollars. from Bulgaria Egypt, Greece, ctly different Haste, and used

that if observed would greatly reduce Catfish, and giant toad that is ly that it would far rather ed many years ago. West Germany. Poland, Romania In chili powder: and Mexican

the number of hunting accidents that threating the Miami areabut who's have wet than dry weather and and Yugoslavia-were dishes comes from south of
we've never heard a patch of 5 171,900 pounds, according the
occur season: doing anything about the lowly LoveBugs" the border.
every infest the highways of greens complain about rain either In case you haven't noticedit This is bad news for those U. S. Department of Agriculture. -
that for that matter. So if Thanksgiving Day is com- who have been hoping to geta .
--Never aim your weapon at anything North Central Florida every spring you're sneezing and your feet ing up fast, and then the Christmas road paved, and also for the Basil seems unless you intend to shoot it. and fall?. are wet, just remember it is holidays will be here, so County Commission and the Association with tomatoes sot Congressman Slt/rfqcpuwp
not all in vain. we have a busy season ahead. County Road Department which is used frequently Jn spagh- says proudly he! has, never
We have no doubt but that the must to maintain the many etti sa.uce. pizza and other: been o//rrcrf/ a nbc 1o pzanybody's
dramatic try
Know the area where you are hunt True, the Love Bug is wild turkey gobblers are well ca.<. wth the
graded roads in the county dishes which contain tomato
it could fatal fall. than paint-eating snail, a catfish and that Irihutr,,' lo his
ing... prevent a a aware of Thanksgiving which get flooded out In rainy paste or sauce, ana: in salads govtrnmrnl.
that walks like a man, or a toad so As far as the pecan crot they are hiding out, hoping to periods. Apparently it is the and In cooking fresh vegetables reputation lor either honesty
house cats from is concered, this is an "off elude the honor of being the which or mcompefciicn.
--Carry a first aid kit, compass, big it scares away result of a squeeze in Considerable basil is
and we mean off. main dish that day. We'veoften
year way on
dollars do not meet the .
and can't photographa tax
their food
knife, hatchet, and matches. you Ordinarily, at this time of the wondered how they know of
rising costs government.
Love Bug to make a spectacular news year, you see a number of peo- enough to become scarce at FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

Remember: there is no such thingas photo, but they are no less a nuisanceto ple out in yards or groves this time of the year, but undoubtedly '
"unloaded Don't fire at service station attendants, and a picking up pecans, but we've thet remember fast .
an gun. hazard to motorists whose windshields seen only a few this season when a shotgun blast blows ale 1 0 -
Bounds or motions caused by an object and they were doing more hunt- holes In their tall section. On a lighter note, we likedan Iz9i
you cannot see. Always see your target they smear and whose radiators they ing than picking up. In fact, item we read recently abouta t
plainly before squeezing the trigger. clog. we're told that even the tree 5 parakeet which was enteredin ,
in George Kopelousos's res- a talking-bird contest In topics
Please Mr. Entomologist, when you taurant has failed to produce The road building program in England. It seems that when "
any nuts this year, and George Florida Is In a state of confusion the parakeet got his turn to j
--Carry your firearm with safetyon get through with the snails, the. cat- said he fertilized it too. to put it mildly. A while talk, he proceeded to cuss out By PAUL C. FORAKER

; finger off the trigger; muzzle aim fish, and the toads, can't we have a ago, the County Commissionwas one of the judges, who happenedto Editor, Information Services
ed in a safe direction, and under com- little attention to our Love Bugs ? .5. asked to come up with a be a Methodist minister.The I
We see where John Myers, five-year plan, and did so. And parakeet's owner, a woman,
plete control. It isn't that we're against aerial the Chamber of Commerce v-p, at the commission meeting, blushed and said, "I'm sure he A comparison of Italian and practices and attitudes may be
has been named as manager of reference was made to the learned those words from spar- French drinking patterns illus major factors accounting for the ,
-Check for obstructions in your romance... but there's a time and the Bradford County Fair which state's 16-year-plan, and one rows." trates some differences. that higher rate of alcoholism among

weapon by sighting through the place for everything, may be related to variations in the French. .:
breech end. the action when rates of alcoholism in the two One cause of trouble in the i
Open Mex ican Competition Will Slow ever, the demand for sweet cultures high( rates among the United States is the American
'turning the gun over to another per- corn has been slightly on the French and relatively] low rates belief-held by some-that an
son, or when resting. TRADE AT HOME decline. Unless new marketsare among Italians) ability to "hold one's liquor" is
Production Of Fla. DARE
VegitablesIncreased developed, the report In France it is widely believed a sign of manliness. Thus in

--Don't put a loaded gun in your have warns economic, this problems Industry, may too. that a certain amount of alcohol many circles heavy drinking is
"J.your own Mk (particularlyinei] I is neces equated with masculinity
transport case. Unload before cross- competition from hundredweight. Potato production is also free
ing fences, and hand or push the gun and community progrxa Mexico and rising labor costs Tomato imports from Mexico from Mexican competition and sary for one's health and in Stupid? Yes. But true? Also yes.
some areas of that Because of this linkage of
country a
will slow the of Florida
through first. growth have Increased more than mechanization has greatly reduced i'
vegetable production in the next six-fold in the past decade, the labor problem. Cur portion of weekly wages is still drinking with masculinity some
decade to paid in the form of wine. adolescents and young men
according figures and production potential there rent Florida potato productionis
revealed at the University of Indicates that the volume of at 6.8 million hundredweights Drinking in France occurs in choose this readily available
Florida's Fourth Annual DARE tomatoes for export could be and an Increase to many different situations and at method of demonstrating to
.-- Conference on agriculture. tripled again In the next dec 8.6 million hundredweights Is almost any time of the day or themselves and others that they
The Bradford County ... The DARE report predictsthat the DARE prediction for 1980. night. While there is less ten "really are men."
: the state's vegetable production ade.Florida production of vine- The only danger here is fora dency for French problem drink IHuch; American drinking is of
TELEGRAPH will grow at a rate of ripe tomatoes during the win change in consumption ers to.go on long binges-as an "escapist" nature: that is,
$ only two per cent from 1968 ter season is expected to decline trends away from potatoes. many American problem drink. hooze: is used as a means of
ESTABLISHED 1879 rrw: to 1975 and 1980, comparedto In the face of Mexican ers do-there are no strong relieving; boredom or emptiness

__ a growth rate of four per competition. However, Florida taboos in France against drunk. of getting away from authorityand
We must work the works of cent between 1960 and 1968. will probably continue to dominate New Style Phones enness. restrictions! that arc conjiclered -
him who sent me. Mexican competition is a the market for mature- Available HereR. It Italy on the other hand, intolerable or of overcoming
MIMaa. (John 9:4)). threat, both real and potential, green tomatoes. most drinking takes place with feelings of inadequacyor
to Florida tomatoes, peppers, Peppers from Mexico are expected meals. A recent survey showed inferiority.
FLORI A ESS Often our way seems to be cucumbers, eggplant canta- to compete heavily with W. Ingle, president of the that only one percent of Italians Those who depend heavily on
blocked only because we have loup, and strawberries, the report -. the Florida crop too. Becauseof Florida! Sate: Telachon: Co.. drink other than at mealtimes. alcohol as a means of managing
ASSO T ONI' not opened up the channels to says. The rising cost of this and because of labor lias announced a new telephonenow There is far stronger disapproval feelings of discomfort, and
our good by acting faithfully labor affects production of manyof shortages, Florida pepper production available to local cjsto-;\ of drunkenness in Italy anxiety are probably vulnerableto
on the ideas that God gives us. these same vegetables, as is expected to show mers. Called the Trin-Llne. It is than in either France or the the development of subsequent
We need to meditate carefully well as that of snap beans, only modest increases by 1975 unlike any telephone that has United States. problem drinking.
and thoughtfully the real- squash, and watermelons.The and 1980. ever been used here. And Italians apply little] if Florida Bureau of Alcoholic-
The dial Is set into the hasiset. :!-
: E. L. MATTHEWS. Ealtor-fuMUfeer ization that God works through report predicts that Florida's Some vegetable crops are any, pressure on persons to par Rehabilitation belongs to the
k'Uabllahed biggest moneymaking threatened neither by Mexican and Is a disconnect button ticipate in drinking. This con people of Florida. If you desire
each Thursday aa4 catered m tleetM us, and through His ideas in vegetable crop, fresh tomatoes, competition nor labor short makIng unnecessary to trasts with the situation both in more information on alcoholism]
.a' Class Matter at the Foci Office at Stark, FUrUa our mind. We know that God will reach only 7.8 million ages. Sweet corn is one of hang UP between calls. The France and America where some and if you want to know what
r wader Act *f March Jr.*. 117*. is the substance that suppliesour hundredweight in 1975, compared these. Current production of handset is especially sculptured people feel uncomfortable about the State of Florida is doing
"lerlp" la trade areas 1 year ....; 0.taMs every need. Act on the to a current productIon sweet corn Is 4.1 million hun- to the co-.tours: of the palm refusing a drink that has been about this problem write to
trade areai 1 year, IS.J ideas that God gives us, and of 7.1 million hundred- dredweights, and this is expected and face. It has a longer cord offered. \ FBAR's Information Services
I we know that good results will weight. By 1980, productionwill to reach 5.7 million than usual, while the dial maybe These differences between Box 1147, Avon Park, Fla] ,
be brought forth. still be only 8.2 million hundredweights by 1980. How- lllluminatsJ.: French and Italian drinking 33fl25.1."III. .

NOV. 6, 1969

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The big deal today Is "Doing "
your thing." We seniors are not 1
.o far behind the times at that :
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Though we don't go out "trickor i '!
treating" we do "cur thing"at i
our annual Masquerade
party.This year was as good as V.
we ever had. All members: part-
icipated in dressing up and try.
secret.Ing to keep thier Identities ,. .MDDa \ .

Judges Appointed, were Ver- '-,
;non Olin Eloise Olln. Carl STO "
:McManus and Harry Rosenshlne : )
(After the Grand March each .
winner was selected by a number i ,/ ; : -I
attached to their costumes ; '-..:.

first Alex;prize.Morton He was had: chosen worked for for W-D BRAND E-Z CARVE RIBBacon :;,?'' ;

many weeks and hU! costumewas
unlquis.\ However Alex: BOWHITE '
very Pr'I\," ; L
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withdrew his! contestant could be chosen { : I \
(Final decisions. were made by ROAST U"THICK "". ', ", f
the Judges and prizes were awarded 7IItII'\ Ii, I'r :
to Yola Vestal. HsLen :),
McManus Mary Allen (Everett .' ,
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Prescott Pete Johnson: and I
Latterman. ''I '\I I
Clara "
Happy Birthday was sung 29 M ) 4 .1\ I
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to Irene Nicola and Jessie. Bow- SLICED" U.S. CHOICE :,
den In spite of the fact that ) "
Jessie la in the hospital. All of A.L ""eq NCw'HOICEU'' CORN FED BEEF !
our members send bbest wishes u. 9
and hope to have her back lathe '
club soon.Election V LB.
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place.voting by Installations the members of will the! take.new ., ROAST .' LB 98c GR BEEF 5 PhG'lB. $289 /{i '. /r/;' "'\

Executive Board will! be held YLt.. USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED BEE ClUB,TOP ROUND J"+;.. \ I.5 I "t
at our annual luncheon on Jan. / p OR SIRLOIN : j" 'I I
27.Enooraglng STRIP STEAK $1"1 $ ii I.
letters were received 't it v. -. PATTIES ,.
Cun from Senator Spes.sar4Hollard. la FRESH RIB END ROAST OR SLICED FOR '"

Congressman Don %' USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN ttO BEEF FAMILY ;1A STEAK $129 PORK CHOPS 68 'L ,<".,, ,
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H. Gilbert stating their supportfor \ ROAST :.V58CVUSOA J. ..." "
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I and Means Committee. .' 6 Hillv c i k <*oiiM nVAUD

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Although the news each day /
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with telephone rates being Increased 4
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mlums of certain types I 1 LIMIT ONCE COUPON..1AMI1/ I1'S
being raised! and the -WPM- ..'55
usual rise: In weekly staples, S J"- CHASE AND SANBORN ALL GRINDSCOFFEE .' VMUAStC' tHIt'.COUPOM. 99c

cotlhes and footware etc.. It M I 6 .v f 4,;:. .. ..".' .
does us good>' to meet each :... : -'.- -'
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confide our troubles or tell a Toll Con THRIFTY MAID EVAPORATED
Limit 1 with a $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigor."...
Jokes. This !Is what we call "do- *
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Ion. ..Center.. Join us. Won't you? limit I Coff..ofchol .w/S5.000r"or.purcho..eludingeigQr.! "..
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Clyde G. Priest ,'. h'< ... ,<<' ',," .V'< .,x<<<,...\.',:Y\-l1! ; 1.Y ,&" ":" .,;,J:.(, .:,,,., ,j<<,! ,:<;;; '):.... "'fl'k0 ..
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Services Held '\. J.r':. F, : .;}.<},,."..; :;:"\tf.Js,. b'<:><,t 0:;:<< ,.' ., +", '.'f'! ',.., .v ?"f<. )rw : f'Y.
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In First Baptist Grace BaptistMrs. :"::,;,rJ"i",: "; >, '," ;,'f','..::'<<,i';'yJ'!< ., { 'A ,tt'>{ ."" ,' '." :"V" -{, ,'. <""WJj'; C1'i'f,.,;, !... ,. /
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75, of Route 1, Starke, died .. .. ,., \' "" 4' .. .<.j; ,:>. :.:.,.,,f_ .;: f
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Bradfon .
Friday Oct: 31, in : >:<,<,;::},'M. '<' ,<>>,",",,,,:;Ut. ',,", .,v' ", .'., ,..t.. ''$ .,,.., ...... ,.,< ,>:, ",'.:''< County Hospital following a. Saturday in Bradford:! County 'w..7''',f'<'''<;'<'''J. "r? H?' <) ',,,<,, I.:. ?, .:', >> ,.',, ... > < :
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'silken! :! 11111283. "* :;: ;" \, /.
Mr.: Priest was 'born In Mot She was a life! Urns! resident ol : :..-. ..........
riston, Flu., on Miy 17, 1897, Georgia, and had lived with! ,. I t I II

the son of the! late Gvnnvll Rand her daughter in S'">arke for the PZRQIREZN BAPTIST FIRST FKESBYTEJIIAN
Lula! Plummer Priest. Hi past: 20 months coming here CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST! CHURCH .
9:45 a m. '
LAWTEY. School.
had lived in Stavke: since! 1933, from Sylvania, Ga. She was a CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF CHURCH, Safnday: Bible Study 10.a. m.? Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday Youth
Sunday School. 10 a.m. MbrnIn > Evening!. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ." .
of the Van member of the, Hilltonia Methodist CHURCH Vlornlng Worship) and Communion Worship 11 a. m.;
and manager: LATTER-DAY SAINTS
was 6 Ctolr.Practice .
Worship : Sunday Fellowship p. m.
11 m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; PrayerMeeting
Church in Sylvania. School, 10 a.m. Service, a.
tmember Sunday
here. Ha
H. Priest Store was 416 East Call St.
'::30. Highway Wednesday 8 p. m.
Night service ,
of the First Baptist Surviving! is one son Robert Worship Service, 11 a.m. : vertices. 6:00.: 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday
Sunday Priesthood 8:30: northwest of Lawtey.-Rev.B. Rev. Robert D. Durob
Church and a veteran ol F. Morris of Stark' ; fivedaughters Evening Service, 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacrament 125. Bennett r' Wednesday!: Worship service 7 --Rev. J. C. Heelers pastor .
World War I. Mrs: Louise Grjffis. Friday Night Cottage Pray 11:15.: L. S. 0,. Minister Jack P. Bail

Surviving ,are his wife, Elizabeth Starke: Mrs. Eunice Smith St., Meeting. Monday Primary. 4:30: pjn. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAI.ELSUlld.ay9:45 GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.
McIntosh Prust! ol Augustine: Mrs. Ann McKlm,. Thursday Night, Prayer Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning NORTHSIDE BAPTIST : a, m. SundaySchool Highway 100-A
Starke a daughter, Mrs. Jan- of Mississippi; Mrs. Nina (Meeting in church. 7:30: p.m. Fre-Ser- CHURCH 11:00 a. m. Morning
; Wednesday Relief Society, Worship, U a. m.
service: Sunday. Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School, 10 am. Morning -
ette Jones and two sons. Van Freeze Concord, N. C.; and! Youth Service, Tuesday nigh 7:30 (Booster Band. Young Schedule of
: P.m. vices
and Dan Priest, all -cf Jacksonville !Mrs. Elsie Burroughs, Garden 7:30: -Dean Hansen and Prayer Service), 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Worship, 11. Training Union -
; two brothers Van H. City Ga.; 22 .grandchildren, p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor Branch President People Evening Worship. 7 p. m'' 10:45: a. m. Training Union. ........ 7 p.m. Evening Worship, _
Priest. Ma:!Iron. and Newton and 17 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Midweek p. m. Service. Wednesday .. 6:45: : p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:3u: Prayer Services 8. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ,.

Priest, Wlllis'ton: \ ;; one sister! services will be held SMYRNA: MISSIONARYBAPTIST m. E. R. Bowers. D. D, 7-:::15. Mid-Week Prayer Service, 8 pm. Rev. Don DI'awdy,
Mrs. Lassie Chalk cf Dunedin; at 2:30: p.m. Monday Nov. 3. CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. Wednesday. 7:45: I). m. Pastor ,

and nine grnndcliilclrn. In Grace Baptist Church with U3 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor .
Funeral services'! were held the pastor, Rev. Don R. Draw : Sunduy School, 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Tu- ).

at 10 'a,.m. Monday in the First dy, officiating.! Interment was Preaching, 11 n. m. Training tee Frees Drive In. SundaySchool
Baptist Church. Starke, with In Kirsrsley, Lake Cemetery Unl n, 3:45: p. ni. Evening Worship 10 a.m. Worship Ser: I IL
Rev. W. A. Hogan Rev. Grady with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Pray "
Snowmen:! Jr., and Rev. Bob Home in charge. -Elder A. O. Flynn paetar er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.
-Leroy Olive pastor; E. L.
officiating.! Interment
Cocjer st.. Marks Episcopal prtffls, associate: pastor. I
was in Crosby! Lake Cemetery
with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Lonnie: Goodge (Sunday Services i The RESPECTED WORD

Horns! in charge. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTL9rLawttey Nllllllllllllllllthllllllll

Service Held 10 a.m. Church School HlahwalW 'Nclr1l\'M' rile bililt'N n bunk triuxlxtfil,. into v\i>iykncmn 1.

In Jones Chapel 11 a.m. Family Service Sunday School. 10. a.m. liiiDruiitri1. i. ;
Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd Morning( Worship, 11:15.: Sunday mvle--that ninytbetnmii- <. }f
Let's l
GoI'SGardening hate lieil for., in it
Lonnle Goodgs, 73, died Sundays; Morning Prayer Night Service. 6:30.: .-Rev. i ,
uid 4th Sundays. It l I. the tvxtliook for Ond'npeople. ; "
Thursday, Oct. 30, in a Starke R. L. Bennett! pastor able to nil men.

hospital after a :brief illness L_ i.

He was born In Bradford County K1NGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST CHUKCIl: OF GOD I The bible, itsvlf. is \Mii--hipped.. but l lrpipecteil I.. SJ
on Dec. 7, 1895, the son of a
St. Starke. .
422 N. St. ,
the late Jerry 'ani: 'Mary Green Sunday School 9:30; Training ., fop it IK the ..tor.\, "f God and his
Sunday School, 10 a, m. Worship
.,..' Hervey Sharpe, Editor GooJge. He was a retired farmer Union 10:15: ajn.; Morning' Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. : ,relationship to man. It in man'* Kiiide for $
and member of the Graham :Worship 11 a.m.: Evening Worship ,'Y
Ea- a .
Florida Agricultural m. Prayer Meeting, Fi idaY. 7:30: \\nrxhip and daily. llinn.Attriiil
tenllloD ServiceBE Baptist Church.Surviving 7 p.m.; prayer Meeting I f:#
is his wife Delia 7:30: Wednesday;: p. mr Rev. Chester J. Siioupp: I: church "leindiirh. study. and I st<.>k

Goodge, and one son. Ralph interim pastor Rev. Fred pMtor. s Ia (;."1'. will in your lir,.. ::
Goodse both of S>arke; a sister Munro. CHURCH e "
When leaves come tumbling Mrs Etta Dyal, of Graham (Highway 100 at Theressa) '1 nail fur/ till' l.inil./ mil mini/ Anti/ /, unit, nail/ +

down, use your head and put ; one brother. Jim Goodge Airpark Baptist Church Sunday School-10 a. m. in/ hisn0d1h'1', /' '"
them to work. Make a compost of Lake Alford; ,and three Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Morn Morning WOI'Shp-ll! a. m. I
pile from all those leaves that grandchildren.: Ing Worship, 11:00: a.m.j: Evening Training Union 6:30: p. m.
are beginning to cover your Funeral cervices were hell: Worship, 7:00 p.m.; Wed. W\)1'shlp-7:15- m. The Church is Gods appointed agency in this world
lawn this time: of year. at 2pm. Sunday in Jones Prayer Meeting and Bible Slu- Evening Prayer p.Services lor spreading the knowledge of His, love for man and rf
Compost is valuable for {Memorial Chapel with Rev. dy. 7:00 p.m. Study on Book of Wednesday Night Rev. Merle ." of HIS demand for man to respond to that love by :W:::
mulching shrubs and trees a- Lonnie Parker and Rev James Psalms C. J. Sheffield, Pastor. -7:30: p. in.. loving his neighbor Without, this grounding, in the

round the home, say specialists Johns officiating: Everyone Welcome. Pacfcham. pastor.FIRST love of Cod no government or society or way of life
with the Florida Agricul- Interment was in. New River : will long and the freedoms which we hold
Extension Service. Itpre- ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4 persevere
tural soil in Cemetery under direction of BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCII so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from #
of the OF STARKE
vents drying DeWitt C. Jones Funsral! H me. *:
BROOKER FLA. should the (hur..i:
selfish of view, one support f
summer and helps in making West Weldon St. and Ralford a point
better growning conditions for Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Road for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family
Sunday School. 10 Ron I. :;Sand
mulch also a.m. should uphold ,
plants. The compost Bristol Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Beyond that however every person
Superintendent. Train-
provides protection for sensi- ActivitiesThis month for ing Union, 6:45: p.m. Lowell 11:00: :a. m. Morning: Worship; F' participate in the Church because it tells the truth
tive plants in extreme weather Is a busy Douglas, Director. Worship ":UO p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which ::
temperatures. gardeners.Now m. Evangelistic Services alone will set him free to live 00 child of God. ?
time to make Services, 11 a.m., 7:30.: Lavern
Gardens and flower beds need is the :a
replenishing with this type of hardwood cutting of such Outlaw, music director. Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek kr-

decomposed material. And popular shrubs as abelia, flowering Prayer Mating.. .. <<
since you need to get rid of quince poinsettia, hibiscus FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor: T. E. GUleyHEILBRONN .

the leaves anyway, what bet- turk's-cap, crepe myrtle, STARKE
? Grass and yel of Services :.:- N !
ter way to use them privets pomegranate Schedule BAPTIST T1Fqj
clippings, pulled weeds, and lowelder.A Sunday Nov. 9 Sunday CII1.'RClI.I1IGIiWAY 16 N. ycs XN

other vegetation will also work few of the many other activities School 9:45: ajn.: Morning Wor- Sunday School. 9:4S'. m
in a compost pile. But leaves include planting Italian ship 11:00: ajn. Sermon: "Did Morning Worship 11. Training N N sv +

always present a problem any- rye, Kentucky blue or red top Not Our Hearts Burn WithinUs Union 0:30': p. m. Evening' OnMc ; : :
way this time: of year. grass In lawns for greener ?" (Luke 24:13-35): ) :Draining .". 7:30. MUI'veek Prayer Ser i
Of course, it will mean some winter color; planting cool Union 6:15: p.m.: Evening Wor Uc, 7:30. ,' "
extra work for you too. But weather vegetables; and digging ship 7:30: 'p.m. Youth Choir will =Rcv/L.; 'Tommy' Howe, Pastor : .- ..' '.;,a ::l'
not a great deal when you fig- \ and storing caladium present "PURPOSE." ::3 ". .!iVrCD, ? ', s
ure the value received. Nov. 10-Trustee Meet. :;:
bulbs. Monday, BAPTIST CHURCH i
Pick out secluded spot In
a Moon
your yard, where you can still Spraying azaleas with Iron Ing 5:30: p.m.: Lottie Group 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a': m. Mornnj k
sulfate if needed, checking Current Mission Worship, 11 m. and- p. *
reach with the garden hose. Youth, ; .a.
church. *
One of the needs in producingwell plants for scale Infestation, p.m. at the .it.- Rev. Fred' Johns pastor 11MIffllll I '.:.'
trimming spring-flowering hed- Choir Practice. ''a. Illlll
rotted compost is plentyof
moisture. ges, mulching fig trees and Tuesday, Nov. 11. Helen !Mas- NEW RIVER BAPTIST : II 1111111111 :r.:=:

Spread the leaves about a preparing all your shrubs for ers Bible! Study Group meet at Sunday Schoul, 10 ,a. m. Morn- i :>.'.>'. \
half foot thick. Then scoop aboutan the cool months ahead are church 9:30: Ma Darby Current ng Worship 11 a. In. Training: ""

inch or two of soil on top other chores that will keep you Missions Group and Low 'Jnlc, 7 p. m. Evening Worship, I :

of this plus a couple of sho- busy. ena Epperson Current Missions .8 p.m.. Wednesday. night ser -Y..: .
vels full of coarse sand. Sprin- Group will meet at the home vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome :;
kle high nitrogen fertilizer on Bulbs of Mrs. J. E. Handy, 3:00: p.m.: -L. L. Parker, pastor. I "
top and then wet it down with Now Is a good time to divide Sunbeams Carol Choir 3:35: SHELL STARKE 66"SERVICE :
the garden hose. many herbaceous perennials p.m. Children's Choir; Junior FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST
Then start all over again such as daylilles. All that is O. A. 4:25: p.m.; Ethel Biggs Sunday Service: Sunday
another half foot of leaves-- necessary is to spade up a Group meets at home of Mrs. School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship SERVICEAND SERVICECarl
some soil and sand and a clump of the ,lilies, then divide Marilyn Roberts; BownleeGroup 10:45: a. m. Evening Service GULF Ph. 964-7231 f
sprinkling of fertilizer. the mass of matted bulbs. With meets at the home of 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards -

And remember, moisture is the usual care and a bit of Mrs. Ted Oglesby 7:30 p.m. vice, Wednesday. 7:15: p. m. Tire Tru-lng {:::s:
one of the most important fac- luck the lilies will hardly: know Wednesday, Nov. 12, Weekday Charles Rees, minister RENTALS
tors in getting the decomposition that they.have ,been trans. Bible Class at church 10:00>>: U-HAUL Headlight Adjusting
process going. Until the planted.] a.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: >> p.m. PAYLESaHLOHWATSchool Brake Service :i
material is well rotted, itwon'tdo Choir Practice 8:15: p.m. BAT atoacB8uDdIIF Truck Trailer Wheel Balance and :

a great deal for your gar- Regardless of your classification Thursday. Nov. 13 Annie 10 *Jn. Pier Complete Lubrication :

den, lawn, or flowers. So keep amateur or expert! -be Armstrong Prayer Group, meet acting Service.. .t II. '>Tratelo ;. Minor Tune-Ups Alignment &

that compost pile wet. sure to cut the bulbs vertically at home of Mr! E. D. Tenly VAloR, 6 p.m."Break Service. I PROMPT ROAD SERVICE :j;
Come spring, you'll be glad _.
so that each piece has a portion Sr. 9:30: a.m. Visitation 7:00 *. Midweek Prayer' Meetta* 1011 N. Temple Avenue ---' ..
those leaves to work.
you of the stem tissue or basal p.m. Wednesday. 7:30.: Everyone Rel.chase. AD Minor Repairs i
the around
Spade compost your part of the bulb /fattached.I -W. A. Hogan, Pastor Rev George ]I. Crowett. PHONE 964-5899
planting spots then. .I Starke "
SERVICE Temple Are. -
- .- .. -- --- ---- .. MADISON STREET pastor.HAMPTON. 24-HR. .
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Sunday, School. 9:45: ; Morning CHRISTIAN: Hlway 301 and 100 ::1:1:

--. - -- -- - sj Worship.! 11. Youth Choir CHURCH SUPPLIES, Inc. j j
practice 4:30. Youth Fellowship Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning !10 S. Temple Starke LAWSON
j I II I Supper. 5:45.: Training Un- Worship at 11: Evening : Featuring Ace Hardware
Do You
a I ion, 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle Worship, 7:30. Rev. Carl : Complete Paint Supplies MEAT MARKETAND
7:15.: Evening Worship 7:30.: Clarke, pastor. : and Sporting Goods

I I WednesdayRA's GA's Brother-Sunbeams CHURCH/ Check With Us First" COLD STORAGE r i.
I Ii ''hood 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting HAMPTON I 964-5270 EDWARDSGrocery We Specialize In Custom Slaughter ::::

PURPOSEIn 7:30.: Church Choir Practice Sunday School 10 a. .m. Morning 219 Washington St. lag Cutting and) Wrapping 1':#
Meeting, 8:30.Thursday :: Worship at 11. Training
Life? Church Visitation Union, 8:30.: Wednesday night : and Market Prepared for Deep Free

i ii 1 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followedby :1 oRlo Feed WHOLESALE ;'j?
-Denton Sumrall Pastor choir practice. Starke Nursing Groceries Meats -

I II Iii Rome service 2:45 p.Rev. m. GAS AND OIL Phone 964.70S ;;'
.1 HEAR I FIRST UNITED METHODIST Melvin Hamel, pactor. EST 1j1j

STARKE Jack and Gladys Edwards PALMETTO STREET :.:.
I Sunday:!: School. 9:45: ; Morning CALVARY BAPTIST r ONTROLowHcuca. ::::
Worship 11. MYF Snack Supper Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mora- U. S. 301 South Stark ::::

I 8 p.m. MYF meetings, 6:30.: lag Woi'hlp, 11 a. m. Training: : a .:
Evening Worship film presentation Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Ser- PHONE M4-5311
I 1
8 p.m. rice, 7:30. Prayer Meeting Wed- BRADFORD COUNTY

I MondayGirl Scouts 3:15.: iiesdny, 7:30 p. m*Rev. R. R. .' 539.'E. Call St. Starke, Fla. TELEGRAPHOFFICE i

Circle 2, 3:30.: Methodist Men's Butler, pu.hr.OUTBREAK. ....
ii I Club covered dish supper, 7 Phone 964.5745 for FREE SUPPLIES .=.*..

I p.m.Tuesday -Circles 4 and 5, OF DISEASEJOHANNESBURG. Inspections and Estimates BRADFORDABSTRACT TYPEWRITERS
I 10 a.m. Brownies. 3:15.: Wesley- South Africa
(AP) An outbreak
of foot
tan Service Guild. 7:30.: CO. ADDING MACHINES
and mouth disease in
WednesdayCircles 1 and 3. children has
I II 10 a.m. Children's choir Rehearsal. been diagnosed here. About 12 WILLIAMSJEWELRY

\ 3:15.: Prayer Meeting: cases were reported in children Service For Tow PHOTOCOPIERS: from 99.50
I I II between and four
A Contemporary Musical for youth two years old.
and Bible Study 7:30.: 'to $625. Take the drudgery out If.
Scouts, 3:15: The outbreak is not associated
I I II Th.ursdayGirl Title Problems of paper work.-
By The Youth Choir Rehearsal 7,. with animals. A doctor said "su .
Chancel Choir Rehearsal 7:30: perficially the condition resembles Official Class Rings Abstracts LEGAL FORMS.

I YOUTH CHOIR I: -D. T. Farabee Jr., Pastor. foot and mouth disease in cattle. Keepsake Diamonds :
The affected children develop blisters BULOVA WATCHES PAYROLL ENVELOPES
Title Insurance ....
I OF THE I on their feet, mouths, and
142 W. Call St. Starke :rf
Our own view is 'that the hands. But there is no tMdiie CaD Ph. 4-4881
158 W. -
1 First Church I II lifeline of passenger travel on discomfort and the condition Phone 964.7064 J :.:...,.
Baptist the railroad began with the clears up within a week '
disappearance of the kind of CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc. |

I little old lady who always Onf of rnrirly'i/ big Bettisf
I SUNDAY EVENING, NOV. 9 : had a hoe box: full of fried J is rerirlivism. We read n Owxd By' Those W. Serve In Twain Northed P....... C-tta ......... Ov> ...b.. LT. |
chicken to shore with the
Jot about it but rarely htar it
7:30 I folks lilting around her in dltcussetl, perhaps bfeaime EtectrkJlyN-Key UMM UIIghtS-Pitts. 47f-4,t1 |: :
he chair car. mart proplf! eon spelt it 'than E=; I
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it. !t
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of Orlando. NOTICE OF E'rt.VTIorn: : In The County JUIIKV'I Court In .
... 7 And For lJrl1 ...rd Counly.In"pr'ol In Circuit Court. KlRhth Jii.llrlnl torney or immediately thorenfter ,, muii-r 1110 |>rn- NO. rrto- ;
Mrs. Judy Hansen and Mrs. RUUIMIUH! .V..O..8"I tlrrult 1,1 And Fur Until otherwlBi-. ,It'unlt111 the undvrsiirnrrt Ni Tn'i"I" : !1PI'ItTY "I IT -
Cord ; l'hlq.lv 1' "U,9It" !': :I. I'N' .
THERESSABy Rhoda Dampier were In Jack- 'ilt.. File No. l-'MO CouiMr, Florida. CUII Action be entered' nan lust you fur the visionof Flo."t".t., of ll> II. will Wiirlnirlmi, Ililnl1' ...
sonville last Tuesday evening Notice is hereby. tlvcn that In lieliatale!: of Lillian B.nimmuH Uoike No. 1 relief denuindid. In the Com- Ti-frl.t.M of with tli>> OUiU, if; Ih"Clr..ult Your To : Inn,- II. ,l-In, :VI; ,lflod\ .lh.,t
the underelgned under the provision No. plnlnt .,
Do"callcll. nml for Uriidford ,
Court In f.' Iii V" II
visiting Mrs. Faye Thorntonand of Chapter 20U8.I: Lowe Notice Of Fllln Petition For Witness niv' linnd and Iho1 Florid. upon nn nillon r ; "
fixintv. nnd
Dorothy mute Mrs.EuIa Mae Smith,whose of Florida: Acta of 11)41.) will :Final DlschttiBO Of Admlnl lra- Wilbur N. Wooil ldo. platntlff. Beat. of tide\ Court on the a! day of imlilli-nllon" of thin ntIce' >->- filed aciln, t ion 'yen ,nrjrrnnlnMl
proof r
Floss of the \Dorothy L. loiter, IPfi'iVlrirlnln !'. lnwix- "l p>
4734513 register with the Cleric VoodKlde, V.Noll..o of (hi if the riillttrtun' nimi of It nnI.10' II.
mother Mrs. Willis Dyal was Circuit Court, In and for lirad- tlunNotice la hereby given that I xendaut. K. HiiH,v Art Interim iind.-r whhh I gloms
.. .4 at that time an Intensive care ford County. Florida upon receipt have filed my putltionfoi' distribution Clerk Of TheOli<-''lt t'ouitI'.y 'mm Cardinal engaged" In l.nitln.'.. nt l.'O on tl"'n.,:I'liliitirr::; I:nnd:: -'1."i'r.! : .: '0(
of proof of publiiuUon of .unit for final dlstharKO Of Action : liftilnh :\1. :Moody West fall. tat Hi it"ho. Fb rld.t.' nhntio. .. ,, 1
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH patient at Riverside Hospital. thin notice. o. of ;Noilhjln !
Miss Cheryl Griffls and Mrs. name of LrtMla'n DICHN k Ulft of Lilllliin U. UliiimeH. dccuusud. County Of LliudfordTo AUtnit C. "Slininono. nionnon Fit: J nl'. ttli,! Florid Ave.Jnelcsanellle. | ,,
Telephone 4734188. Sunday Rhoda Dampier were at the Shop: under which I am engaged and that on DetLinber U.l lUtt. : Dorothy k \Voodsklo Attorney For' The 1'lnlntlff Fla.IhaIcd ;\'
School, 10 a.m.; Morning Worship In bu.lnesg. at 1.12 .Uuat. Cull: 1 will apply .to the llonorabloTheron Address VnlciiounYou 11-6 It 11311.r.O.I. 1 Iiii..trd' day: of. O.tnher r >,!! ,
Medical Center In Gainesvillelast Street Btarlie,. Florida.JameB : A Yawn County Juilgoin A. n nd1! "t smelts" r.i.i.iford i
11; Training Union 6:30 Wednesday evening to visit and for Bradford County :NOTICI7I count 1001'J, !
Fv1tlll1ljJ-WOk 'i ordor of l1..trl-. mo notified thAt an notion will not l hI' i p.|ioiiBltlc for 1''IotI.1l1-tJ. It 11-.0 tin I
!H*tItuf 1101". little three month old Larry K. and HundraV.. nod Florida for an final discharge for Divorce line been filed any debts other than Ihodooontrnctrd : tirt
p.m.; Evening Worship. 7:15; Nazworth and Wayne Stanley dish Rt. 1 Box 77.., Italford, butlon Administrator and for of the estate agalnHt you nnd you are required by myself n'lh..tL. ::: ;!: I
as '
Wednesday evening Prayer Service Florida Bole owner. daceasea.liobert to servo a copy of your writ- Jordan, Hoche..l.r N. Y. In TinOrrnlt Court
both patients there. Larry Dated 20th day of Octo of Lillian 13. Ohinics Plorldn suAnd I
: this Uhumua, Jr. ten dpfenflpB to It, If any onFllalntlfte 10.311 HI' 11.10ROTICA <.Ir..f. ( :
7:30: with choir pract- underwent surgery on Thurs-, ber A. D. 1969! at Starke. BruU- C. inevutt I1'" uncloislnrnoil Attorneyon I'or ,rr t ..imtciu. ) :

ice afterward. day and Mr. Stanley has now ford County, Florida 10-23 4t 11-12 P.Myron O. Box 666 and or file bt'foie the original Docemlici. 1\ith, lU'l'.l.the' or ri"\Tiox TOn ,.!..... ......1'111'4: (St,1Vhpinln F" Tnrhr" "t.t
returned to his home. Keystone Heights, Florida 32651 Clerk of this Cou..t..1t h..r before ISGle9'1lt: 1"11'1"101 y Mirr. Ctninlilfv. Irno iTslplnt rlrl! ." .t.dh.;. r'I1t20
Entering the membership of Attorney (Admlnlntiator service on 1'lalnUffs, At- > %MI: that rinlntlff' -\i..- .In" '\01'1'11111'1"11 I :'\
11-2 4t 11-27 Notice Is given.
Hope Church by baptism at hen-liy Inlpin' n.-fcni1ant r I
the Sliver Lake home of the caa----'------------------------------ --------
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pastor. Rev. Merle Packham II, T ::.
Sunday afternoon, were Miss
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Sandra Adams and Ronald Ro- I I : .

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The New Life Bible Club, for GRAE'A' I ROUNDSTEAK FOOD I ;
tudenta In grades I through ; I I '
6, meets each Monday after- I c
noon after school at the mo-
bile Children's Chapel at Hope I i .
Baptist Church. i


Mri. Minnie Gnann of Gaines- ::1' RS I I
ville, mother of J. A. Gnann 1 I I I'
and step-mother of Arthur 1 I1I I"
Gnann of Theressa, died on 1 FOOD FAIRJt H
Nov. 1 In Gainesville. Funeral I IAI i''VU .1
services were held Monday ; 5Dl.1OfaUKUtV.l Oc
Nov. 3, at WilliamsThomasFuneral I .NADtD I
Home with
Evergreen Cemetery l \ I u.S''. CHOICE, L81" I
Gainesville. Mrs. Gnann was '
well known and loved here, and i, SAVE
the sincere sympathy of the I I. I
community; Is extended to the I II I

bereaved family.CONGRATULATIONS. I: C I I ROAST..78LB. I

To Pvt. David Griffls son __ when Savings Count.. 1

of ,Mr.and and Pvt.Mrs.Matthew J. D.Pack-Griffls 1'WHOLE : I ill! COUNT .ON US I -

ham, son of Rev. and Mrs. I. '
Merle Packham, upon their qualifications LB 1 I.CALIFORNIA OR CROSS RIB I

men on the as rifle Expert range Marks-at Fort I ..Ii ..1 88LB i I .
Jackson S. C., where they are .I' IA ROAST I WEDNESDAY 1969.J I
NOV. 12,
their six months basic
taking '
training for National Guard. I II 'I'' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. I :

Both David and Matthew spent : : i I I. .
the weekend with their families
.. here.PERSONALS. t

u. i rum COUNHY rt u
Mrs Walter Swindell and
Miss Sue White were shoppingin SMOKEDSAUSAGE
Jacksonville Sunday after-
noon. STEAKS 0 ,.
Sunday afternoon visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Phillips -
.'. were her uncle and aunt, arr.non POIC owns I4di TOItioi
"j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jeter of PKC

Hawthorne. LLIMIE
Kirby Swindell of Pal atka visited -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin
i dell and family Thursday after-

.:; noon. Sunday visitors of the .; .ud .
:' Swindells were Mr. and Mrs.
:; Jimmy Swindell of Hellbronn

.:' Springs.
: Visiting Rev. and Mrs. Merle FLASH FROZIN
: Packham on Saturday were Mr.; ..'f" PREPARED FOODS BY

of Salt Spring and Mr/''and! : COLD n
::: Mrs. Bill Phillips and Billy
': of Mlddleburg. FRANKS / SHRIMP CREOLF
: Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan CUTS v l OR VfAlPARMIGIANA
..' visited his parents, Mr. and VACPAKNESTLE'S ;Ar ll

:;,; Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan, and 5LB
.'.= their son Percy Jr. and family L / 1.19
.: Saturday. 1.29 BOX
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
:: Chllds and Mrs. Childs' sister

; Mrs. Tom Young, on Sat-
:;{. urday was Mrs. Young's grandson -
..., Tommy Young of Jack-
A sonville.
;. Miss Darlene Underhill was
';: the Friday night guest of Miss
*( Sue White. t New !NON.DAIRY
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and
Rusty; visited her parents. Mr.
I; and Mrs. Marshall Strickland COFFEE CREAMER
;: and grandparents, Mr.and Mrs.G. .
< C. Corners, at Florahome
Tuesday. 2lb
\: Visiting Mrs. Bernice Mc- BOX
Carty at Park of the Palms this
$: week are her daughter son-in-
law and grandson, Mr.and Mrs.
{:j Hamilton Clark and Matthew
.:;: I I'I
;.: Clrcolt Court Eighth.

b./ ;=,:: %-"l Ydk'ItI Laura.: UmUlurd Circuit!Gail ko. OJ4C1ML cr Of..w ACTION"County.fr'lorldu. fiulntlffm IB i FANCY GOLDEN RIPE i.. # oFleJk 73' : t U.S. N 1BANANAS !i

'7. Frederick Crews .I.Icuud-

I f, ,;I<',.':' Jo'flCU I'JU1'Y lo: : Frederick OF SCIT Crews- NO;: D PRo Co.mh i I PUMPKIN.:: ;! NEW WHITE I i j

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:,.,..:.; an*yVu action Ar Hereby fur Uivorca Notified nan been that I POTATOES !

f: lied acalnat you and you are i' *;
,:' of your I !
required to serve a copy
.:0;,:: on written the d.fen plaintiff..... If any attorney.whoit to It., 39 -.
: name und address U Honorable I
:=;. George H. Pierce 1J. O.
.?. Drawer lU+J Stara. Jj'lorlda I i
:: and file the original with the .. CI 10 <
,.; clerk of the above styled court 49
'r on or before :Ou.; eml"r 17. luau; I PKO OF 12.ICED ASSORTED i

;'=.:;. otherwise entered demanded acalnbt a Judeni In you the lur nl complaint may th. relief oa- I LB i SWEET BUNS. . . .3/1/ -LB BAG ; j

!:t: "''VVlYniss11'my hand and the I | PKG OF 12. ROWN A SERVE *

{; peal of said Court on October 17.i II BISCUITS .. ..... .. .. .. 21 / I
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Charles A. Darby
;'.? A. Clerk of aald Court
By: Ueulah: M Moody
j A. Deputy Clerk FLORIDASWEET
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CAUNIVA1.! DRAWS CROWD RECITATION: COMMITTEE please contact. Mrs. Willie Mae Plainsmen AskedTo

HAMPTON Car parking was at a pre- Approximately 20 people met County Can'tGrade Randolph or Mrs. M. J. White.
mium, and the area of booths with four county commissionersat CommunityNews We appeal to all citizens for a Perform With

filled with people at Hampton Hampton city hall Tuesday, Brent success Loretta Lynn ShowThe
By Mm D. E. Rill Elementary School's annual Oct. 21, to form a recreation Roads To

... PTA Hallowe'en Carnival Sat- committee for the Hampton a- CIIURCII NEWS Pla'rjtmen.' local country .

urday evening, Oct. 25. rea.Harold Greater Bethlehem Free Will amivesirrn group>) has been
Ghosts, witches hippies,animals Waters was named Baptist Church Rev. Jasper pifovm: for two spots
Chicken Houses"To asked to
SCHOOL NEWS- and variations of h Hallo chairman of the committee, Williams pastor. Sunday the Loretta Lynn Show next
teachers' we'en 'creatures In all shapes and serving with him are Mrs. Scnool 9:30.: Morning service, on Winter
7 Is 12 in
Friday, Nov. Wednesday, Nov. ,
Ment Mrs\ 1>. II.
and sizes wandered from boothto Francis at 11. Evening service 6 p.m.
planning day, and students are line up for the haunted house, Crawford, Mrs. Weldon Stin- make It short, It can't By Elizabeth; : Givens Walker Mon iay nlgrt Choir No. 1 will Haven.
on vacation for the day in Bradford to the food center to the pony son, Hobert Logging and D. E. (bo done," said Courtly' Commission meet. Tnesdiy night Choir No. Members of the group ore

County. and hay rides--then back to the Hill. County Commissionerswho Chairman Dave Shuford 3 and Ushers Bsard No. 1 will Valerie Bristol Tony Cnstlen,
Hampton Elementary School cakewalk dollwalk, country met with group to dis- referring .to ths question of rehearse. Wednesday Nov. 5, Randy Brown RickY Brown,
has added Mrs. M. M. Match- store and then more food. cuss recreation here were Ze- whether or not the county can DELL CHAPTER OES Rtchard: Htnes Jr., field representative ended the Youth Crusade for and Lavern Outlaw Jr.
ett as an additional worker in dra Hamilton Buck Norman roads to 168 will hold Its and Community: Or.
Costume judging winners legally grade private: Dell Chapter Christ Meeting. Thursday night
the cafeteria. With enrollmentup were Becky Crawford: prettiest Ralph Pryan and Jessie Chas- chicken houses. regular. meeting tonight (Thursday igianlzer: of Southern AO-OP, Ladies Circle will meet. Friday
Youth In
this year, more lunchesare Atlanta, Ga. The public Is in- charge.
Peggy Crawford ugliest That question has plagued' ) .at 8 in the Masonic
; ; night Prayer Meeting. Satur-
being served each day. tain.They The Trustee Drive will continue
and Brenda Lindsey, most original discussed ways to utilize the Commission for months, Ban on Browniee St. All members vited to attend. .
This Monday there were 158 PRE.TIUliKSGI'ISGPROGRAI! day night dinners! will be sold through Sunday Nov. 9.
Charley Johns was win- the old Hampton school but a reply 'Lo a letter from are invited to attend this from the kitchen.
children being served for the : All members who have not full-
ner of the pony given away and/or school grounds. It was Clerk Charles Darby: on the Important meeting.
noon meal, about average for A Ebenezer Baptist Church, filled::! his or her obligation are
that the Pre-Thanksglving
during the evening.A suggested city passa the program
question was presented GIRL COUT:::
this year. Last year's average Rev Leroy Davis pastor Sun- asked to please cooperate with
recreation ordinance in will be presented at 8
profit of $491.61 was real- order p.m.
it answered 626
Board Monday'' :! Girl Scout Troop meets
was about 130 per day. Hampton day School. 9:45.: There will not the captains for the success of
ized on the annual event according to have the group madean Wednesday Nov. 26, for benefitof
the Board's questions with each Monday at 5 p.m. in
has had two cafeteria work- foe
preaching service
Sunday. ,the
to Mrs. Paul Meng, official body. the Public Library All proCEeds
ers ever since enrollment here questions but listening to County Greater Allen Chapel AME Regular services will be held
was below 100, with fewer chil- and all concerned felt It was Attorney T. A. Yawn the Church. All girls interested la will be turned over to the :next Sunday. Tuesday! night The Interface Club of Gainesville -

dren that that eating at the a success. BAPTIST YOUTH RALLY chairman apparently, decided( Joining. the troop are Invited to Library Building Committee.All Bible S'udv. Thursday night High School will: presenta

school each day. CHURCH FISII FRY! Young people from Hampton the courty cannot buld'! the attend and,: explore with us. churches clubs organizations. and Prayer Meeting All membersand program on how they solve
Report cards are due to be Members of Hampton Chris- Baptist Church were joined bya roads as he has contended: all The Boy Scouts are making: are asked to participate > friends invited: to attend.A problems arising in their
in this The
sent home this week--for a 9- busload of teenagers from along. Other board members great. progress. under: the lead- activity. robe dedication servicewas school.
tian Church met for a fish fry
speaker will be Rev. Child Hol-
week period this year, rather and covered dish Sat- Trinity Baptist Church InJack- (were silent, apparent/; agreeIng ership of Scoutmaster Jimmie held last Sunday before e .
than the former 6-week grad- urday evening, Oct.supper 25, at sonville for a youth rally at with the chairman Jenkins, The regular meetingis loway and students:! at EWC morning service. Autumn I'ClIICSn/ the yard
ing period. The new 9-week report Hampton city hall. Twenty were the church Saturday evening. Questions the State Comp held each Wednesday in the College in Jacksonville. Greater AllenChapel AME chain almost as much comment
cards will be sent out present for the food and fellow- !More than 90 were presentfor troller .raised were: Jenkins Recreation Center at Music will be provided by the Church Rev. A. R. Richardson as when l they were on

only four times during the ship, with L 'rnll1all serving as the evening which Includeda -Does the property owner 8.p.m. All boys interested In Community choir both Junior pastor. Sunday, School 10 a.m. the trees, but tllel'es/ a considerable
school year, compared to six "chief cook" for the fish. hamburger supper. Adults have access ether than the Joining may contact Jimmie and Senior Anyone wishing to Morning service at 11 with the / difference in ad-
times other years. preparing for the group Inclu- 'proposed chicken house road, Jenkins for information. The Join either of the choirs will jecttvcs.

ded Rev. and Mrs. Mel Hamel, to his prc.,erty. Board members help of ,parents and guardiansIs ----- - -
Mr. and !Mrs. Tracy Jones, Mr.
decide: : that most residents invited
and Mrs. James Broome, Mrs. do have access to their RECREATION NEWS
SPECIALFOR David Younker, Mrs. Wes Griffin property now ,because they are Basketball practice Is held GAINESVILLE Business -DirectoryFarm

Mrs. Arnold Haddock, Mrs. getting to the chicken housesnow. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
RESIDENTS OF John Green and Mrs. Charles nights for boys. 13 to 17,

Hicks.PEKSONALS. -Doss the County have title who .are! Interested in playingfor
and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
In fee simple to the land on the Recreation Team DIrec- Air Conditioning-Heating
Miss Rita Meng, daughter of which the roads would be tor Johnny Jackson is working Air Conditioning MUSTANG
Francis Meng 'built? No, board member an- hard to make this a successful Tractor
Mr. and Mrs. Heating By Santa Fe Inc.
completed study for a degreein swered. season General Electric Mobile Homes,
computer programming at Chicken fiir"i"-i: : ivr.iH like! CROWNED QUEEN FORDFarm
'the county to grade roads to Metal. Inc. Tractors & Implements Discount Mobil
Florida Technical College in Marian Jenkins daughter of Russ'i Sheet Gainesville's
Jacksonville last week. Miss their houses: Uiut waulJ: accommodate Rev. ana:! Mrs. Alphonso Jan- Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter, USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales; Lot.

Mont, who finished second In large teed trucks ,kins of 1520 E. Estelle St.. was Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE NEW MOON CAPElLA

her class, !is employed at Gulf that supply them. Most farm- crowned Queen for the fourth GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
I Life Insurance in Jacksonville.She ers, however are apparentlynot time on Friday n'ght Oct 31, AUTO SALES Monthly Payment.
I I Is a 1968>jraduate of BUS.Mr. : willing to give the county at the FMC in Miami. Marian & Faris Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346
\ and Mrs.\ V. J. Slade 'tills to the roads they want 'graduated. from RJE High In BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson ,

had his mother, Mrs.\ W. M. built became! that would make 1966 with highest honors In her < OLDSMOBiLE SEEDS PLANTS
Slade, as an overnight visitor them ipublic! roads. -
class and Is now attending SERVICEFine
last week, and on Sunday they The Commission! had: asked Florida Memorial College in Used Can Insecticides ADDINOIAC'IIDlES: : Man.
drove to Palatka to visit Mrs. questions.Is Selection ual or electric. For sale or
the Comptroller: Miami. As Miss FMC she 'will\ Taken On Cadillac Trade.
Slade's son-in-law and daugh- it lawful to grade EUch roadsif ride a float in the parade at Ph. 378-5M1 We Kent Fertilizer Spreader rent. Add. subtract credit bal
2001 N.W. -
ter, Mr. and !Mrs. Otis Allen. given an easement or title the Orange Blossom Classic in 224 NW. 8th Ph 378-0478 ance.Bradford County Tptorraph. -
Mrs. R. H. Parker spent Sun- to ''the road If the proposed .
December. Marian is a senior
3 Bedroom Mobile Home day last week in Orlando with road servos only a chicken and:! doing well and expects to Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA MATERNITY WEAR

her son-in-law and daughter, house! ? Is it lawful to grade .graduate from four years: of
Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. Baker, property, FOR MOTHERSTOBEA
roads across private MUSIC
college 'work with honors next
?: "r, ire Se' Up and family. !Mrs. Baker had easement to a FULL LINE OF
', SO "M'lei' Ql just returned home from the an June. 4 wheel drive and oar
$4,395 J eNeom ilea, hospital following surgery. chicken house? VICTORIA McFASHION: Sales Parts Service Lingerie Bermudas- Dresses Bathing- Slacks Suits BALDWIN
OBITUARYMrs. Clean Used Toyotas Tops -

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mel- Victoria McFashion, 99, 1700 N. Main 3761268TilT. EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS & ORGANS
Wall to Wall Carpet Beautiful Furniture ton and Otis Melton moved last died Sunday, Oct. 19, at her CHOICf OF THI ARTISTS'
Walk In Closets Specious Bathroom weekend from their former Rains Leave home In South Starke after an INC.
Large Country KitcKe"Featuring, Choice. of Interior Decoration, home west of Hampton to the extended: illness. She was born - RIGHT POINT for the
Spanish, Med,terrean, Early American home on the Francis Meng farm, Roads Rough"I In Starke on April 12, 1870 and way you write. Come In andftriort 70(1( W. University Opp S.F.J.C.
on Highway 301. had lived here all her life. Her I O'ville Shopping Ctr. 37W353
Contemporary and Country French ((1 let time, showing) your favorite ESTER-! :
parents were the late Andrew::! Mechanical CONTRACTOR
Mrs. 11. V. Burkhart of Just need same road: work and Elizabeth Albert. She wasa BROOK fountain pen. TELEGRAPH. .
This Offer Not Available To Residents Of Jacksonville I'errine, I- la. visited last week In my district," Commissioner MOVERSLong
here with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Jessie Chastiln repllad when member of Mount Plsgah K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc.
Hall. Weekend guests at the Chairman Dave Shuford asked AME Church, land was a great Distance Moving

OPEN Halls last week were their son U she had"anything to bring: Bible scholar. ', Thompson' Refrigeration Storage Packlac ': .
Week 9A M.9P.M.Saturday
Days and daughter-in-law, Mr. and before the Commission! Mon- Surviving are three daugh- Service Crating ShippingFree
9 A M. 9 P.M
Q Sunday 1 P.M7- P.M Mrs. John Hall and family of day. ters, Islee Mitchell ,and Caro- Beauty Academy ,. Heating Air ConditioningRepairs Estimates Call

UICK Atlanta Ga. It drew a hoot of laughter lyn McGo-wan both of Starke, on White Appliances: HILL'S
!Mrs. E. L. flirt was In Bradford from! her fellow]) board members and: Altamense Johnson of Long POWELL'S ,. Industrial Combustion ServiceS

County Hospital for two all of ,whom are also Beach, Calif., one son. James Beauty Academy Dollar Room Sales & Service Van Service Inc.
I MOBILE HOMES I days for treatment last week. swamped with calls]) for roadsto (Mack, of Gainesville: 29 grandchildren 3038 N. Waldo Rd.. Gainesville ,
Miss Myrtle Watterson returned be graded: after tha rains and 55 great-grand. Learn a Profession In Your 372-2162 3540 N.E. Waldo R4. O'vllI
to North Carolina last which have fallen in the past children. Spare Time Full or Part Time _372-4271
2 JACKSONVILLE LOCATIONS week. Making the trip to take several :weeks."I Funeral services were held at 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 ,
742 South Lane Avenui itt '1 :. v p' Highay' ill.S 1 Sr,,th her home were Mr. and Mrs. almost couldn't come to 2:30: p.m. Sunday in Mount MEN'S WEAR I PAINT GLASSLIDDELL _
Phone: ((904)) 781-96" Dar ((980984 Frederick Watterson and Mrs. Plsgah AME Church with Rev. ELECTRIC MOTORS .
the meeting for the telephone
Mary Watterson. rinsing," Mrs.: chastaln: said. George Young officiating STAG 'N DRAG I ] PAINT &

"You-all went to .the wrong Chesnut & Halle Funeral Homa ELECTRIC GLASS CO.
was in charge of arrangements Griffin Suite
(preacher) Sunday. get
much rain," Commissioner! Motor Repair Co.Of .> Arrow Florshelm Shoe I Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors -

Zedra Hamilton of Erookcr. NAACP :MASS MEETINGA :: Gainesville, Inc. '. Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Shower. poor*
Mass ''Meeting will be held Repairing; RewindingNew I If I Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tops Windows)

at 3 p.m. Sunday. Nov. 9. at
SentencedOn Greater Allen Chapel AME .:tillS N. W. 16th Fh. 372-9318 GAINESVILLE MALL ,1228 S. Main St. 372-8191
Penley Church. The speaker, will ba

Forgery ChargeThomas

McDonald Penley

was sentenced to two yenrs for Il

:9 forgery and uttering a forgeryin
Circuit Court here Wednesday -

Oct. 29
Two others were placed on
probaton! by Circuit Judge-
ns John A. H. Murphree

Bcbby Eajene: BDnnett: was

placed on 'two years probation
for possession! of still and still

apparatus.Eddta .
::!\: Lee Thomas was

ft :placed on three years proba-
tion for aggravated 'assault


Mr.\ and Mrs. Walter Rho-
den and children purchased and ,
den and children have purchasedand 0
j) ;
moved into the former!Mary
k Piechowski home on Division 0

t Street.
Mrs. Gerald AdHns has been
recuperating at home for sev- ,
eral days following an automo-
bile accident near Gainesville
when she lost control of their
pickup truck and left the road
while trying to see around a
construction truck loaded with

gravel.Mr. .

and Mrs. D. E. Hill
spent last weekend in Bradenton 1
and Sarasota, and attendedthe
wedding of their niece on
Saturday. Debbie Hill of St.
Petersburg, and Wendy Hill and
Eddie Clouse of Gainesville accompanied -

Mr. and them.Mrs. Roy P. Glo- Impala's hidden persuaders:

ver and Doug drove to Geor-
I Lisht n a budget.. gia Monday to visit his father 1 -

who has been 111. <350-cu.-ln. engineA Anti-theft column lock ()Aluminized exhaust systemIt (DSide guard beams
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamsof
Gainesville have completedthe new more powerful A locking system is built simply means that your They look like

... Electric rates hare: gone down foundation for a new homeon standard 250-hp right into the steering original muffler/ tailpipe and highway guard
their farm near Hampton V8 makes the 1970 column. When you take l exhaust arc going to last longer rails and they're
eleven times since 19571I Just east of Russell Williams', Impala move with all your key with you, you than you'd probably expect built into both
the more assurance.On lock not only your them to. sides of the car for
I Ik,, ) '.' ; tI r f ,"s 'IK u light l NonrKici\ r then that gnu useclivtriLits home. ignition but '
,,, ,, Mrs. Mary Williams attendeda good ol' regular your steering Fair enough? extra protection
'Ih. unl.rn
i M -I'' t ?n l sn much .mil in so nuny wheel as well. r' \ in case of impact.
\\hil, 111, i-l t ,-I i n li i ll.i i hut I 11''I,1\- tuscrxiom' comfort postmasters'meetlnglnJack gas. ,
,, 111, .' sonville on Tuesday this week, Not too many cars
sk\-i igl:: : I'll" l Iclll"t\ and convenience: : : It s the biggest
Ilils g. 11': il.'Wii \iulil.\n. In I tnt' bargain in )our budget I In preparation for the Christ- (Dinner) fendersUp Flush and dry NX ...._.J <)Full Coil suspensionHuge have them.

theuvcrugeI-nul: i (xiktlmviitt r' .... mas rush season. inside every We build the car so that ,- coil springs at all
hiiui) I li\ I(1'.11,1-sirxcJf.imilic" l r-...... J : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rhoden fender is another rain and wash water can four wheels are four big
I t'nlnv I is one' -third! ,kss .r-r, began work on a new home recently fender to protect run down through the reasons why a Chevrolet

than it was in 1"5/; ..0........... UH' ,,,..... and framing Is nearly against slush and inside of the rocker Impala rides smootherand
H' ... ov o' ,..,.. completed, on the lot next to mud and help keep panels, then out. quieter( than a low-
his parents, Mr and Mrs. Le- your Impala looking Air follows to do the priced car has any On the move.
I I 111.1 II n! i I' : 1 "" I r n. H i'I I > \\MJI cl.. ..>'to Ir l vioJ.i\ than I'I did. in !I..<" roy town.Rhoden, In the east partof young. drying. right to. .

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Part B Medicare

Benefit Claim Indians Drown Buccaneers 28-1
Time To ExpireTime

In Steady Downpour Of Rain&

.. .. out for some
-- -------- is running
claim their benefits
ti Country Club on Sunday.: yyy yyyyyyyyyy..TY' sWt+ people under Part B of the Medicare m -
Congratulations to both golfers The fighting Keystone Indians three out ot 8c'enI.S.[
Hilites-/ the part often
T-Keysfone Hi.mford1
program the Indians to '
for their dine competitive INDIAN BEACH referred to as "Doctor Bill swam through a constant rain 20 Ing yard line. 'Juai teibu: 'i\ 'M, inie .-
rounds Insurance", as they drowned the Buccaneersof 1"0 '
By JIM The Annual Joseph Petcock a.s1r is time limit for Branford High by a 28-0 Baker completed ..
There a f
tar do <
tick I ; ">
Please Phone In Y6nr Items 473.414 Tournament was started, Sun-, (Lake Ba.te Fe) submitting a claim for bene- margin. The Indians capitalized pass play ID.to Then lu c omii\""<("-

:will be competing with ladles 475-mi later than the end of the cal- recoveries, and racking up eonvcrshm. m'\in.,
and the men win also compete following the yearin 375 yards offensively, showingno a 2 point ,
WOMAN'S CLUB public school in Rhode Island .aaa&A&AaaaAaaaaaaaAa- ender year it 8-0, midway in thc 1'
themselves, dn this 3- which the services were mercy to the rain hindered
The Keystone, Heights Wo following- month's visit :with "among quarter.
man's Club will sponsor a family and, friends In Key- 'week tournament. At the completion QUACK I QUACK! Prom your furnished. For example, all Buccaneers. Mike Wrinkle recover"( "
luncheon card party on Friday stone. of the tournament tro Rolling' Reporter. With all that claims for services furnished In the words of head coach Branford:! fumble on the n'" >

afternoon, Nov. 14, at the club- Chris Zowarka and his room- be presented. at the rain last week I was beginning during 1968, must be filed by Roy Bayliss, We played good 35 yard line. giving then
Dspaghetti which' is golnsr to have December 31 1969.T. game of hard nose football, U. 'I'i'
house. The luncheon is scheduled mate from! Florida Central dinner pre to think we were second scoring opporUm

to start 'at, 12:30: followed Academy: David Ch-lotto, 'were pared by Mr Petrock. to turn Into Ducks. It cot to C. Watson, Bradford County both. Unlike offensively the Buccanners and defensively. who- ter a 8-jaul 1 pit Iwp' I):

by an afternoon of cards.; /weekend guests of Chris' par Lucille Starnss land. Virginia ;where we were sliding hOme Social Security representative :Moore a T yard ..ulir' .' i
unable to do muchin
for low net In the Instead of riding normally. states that there Is one were any thing and I >,um ,"V
Admission will be $1.25 per limit our
bunchof exception to this time found itMcIf m
make weekly 18-hole tournament, Our cars looked like a play, Keystone
Please reservations
son. the Woman's Golf drunken Crate in that ,they Told applying to medical services played real good ball 4th down situation. 1 R il"I
with Mrs. Arnold Larsonor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walrath sponsored by a
three Keystone's score came .
the last 'I',
furnished during with Tick: 0
Mrs. Ralph Barker' ; ,both of were weekend, guests' : of Mr Association on Thursday.: Fran tried to go straight ever once will after a series of plays, which again connected '
whom are listed in the leal land. Mrs. Robert Menzen form. Chesslngton had low putts. in a while But I'm hoping Mr. and: Mrs. Daniel M. months of a year.If They the had Jack Wingate returning a rades for the second 5"1'<, ".
be considered as ser- out.Ia': k \tt in
will be straightened from 20 yard::
directory. er Keystoners now residing in that things Pater Jof Nelson's Point vices were furnished In the punt to the 50, then carrying then took n"t IUU- ', .'
Atlanta. On the .two up by the time you read announce the engagement of gate
The .regular monthly meeting Saturday, the time
Thus "
following ur
of tha.tkind for the two rolntct
of the Woman's Club will be couples attended the (Florida NEWS NOTES Well that's enough their daughter;:, Margaret Elizabeth limit for filing a claim for 16-0 halfMm !1.+ ..
at the Simple Rules stone a
let's look
held Tuesday. afternoon, Nov. Auburn game of talk, / to Enrique. Munlz son of services furnished during Oct The Buccaneer1' lom't '

11. The meeting will start at 2 William Spltze, a resident of By Helen Egan News (Mrs. Julieta Muniz, of Miami. ober through December 1967 Can Help Reduce tamed drive was lulU'J

p.m. All members are asked to Silver Lake for the past 14 My grandmother Copeland'. Miss Pater receive: her will also be December 31, 1969. interception by tophon m. i.r;i

attend. years, is more convinced than Otis Melton and I have: been Bachelor. of Science degree In Watson strongly urges anyone Burglary Rate Wheeler on his. 35, 1 h".' .

DUPLICATEBRIDGE... ever that Keystone Heightswas FELLOW&HP CLUB attending a revival at the' occupational) therapy in June who had Part B services the second quarterI I 1111' ...1' .

The Keystone Duplicate a good selection for his Mrs. William Beam Sr.,president Hampton Baptist all week, and from the University of Flor during the period October 1967 Some 81,743 burglaries were tough Key! cne \Defense '

Bridge Club, sponsored by the retirement home. Two weeks will introduce Mrs. my mother and Joyce Barton ida. Mr. Munlz attended: Miami throught December 1967 to file reported to law enforcement the rain soggod I.UCCJIK> '

Keystone Heights Woman's ago, when his car failel, to James Drew, who will presentan 'went on Thursday night. My: Dade Junior Collets and wasa for benefits before the deadline agencies in Florida last year to only' :2 first down, <

Club, meets every Monday start next to the city park, he American flag to the clubas aunt Clara Sullivan of Willis.ton March graduate of the University if they had already done although a few common sense total of11! yards off n.
emphY- of Florida:! with a Bach. lie will be glad to help
evening ;at 7:30.: Sessions are suffered an a gift from the Women's ; came and spent the week son. rules by citizens would have The Indians' lone s':' <
open) to the public. sema attack. After several motorists Auxiliary of Keystone-Melrose end and attended church Saturday elor of Science degree in zoo anyone complete a claim. Ills frustrated the efforts of the the third qiuuiei inu-' \ ,

Last week's winners were: passed by him, a local American Legion Post 202 of night. Sunday, my, aunt logy. He was elected to the office is located at 136 N. Tem- foot-pad and second story man, five yard run b.\ ( u.u' "I t tDormie

First place with 47V4 Mr. and resident.! Mrs. Kenneth Sayers which Mrs. Drew Is president. Teenle Crenshaw and daughter honorary society, Phil Kappa ple Avenue in Starke, and Is advises the Insurance Informa italic. i.n 'i'iiJe

Mrs. Fremont Tolles; second stopped; to see If she could be! Gordon Baker will introduceMrs. Joan, came over for the Phi.Wedding open from 9:30 11:30: a.m., tion Institute. to 22-0. IJakc-i let on'. pi

place .with 43'4 points Mrs. of assistance. Thanks to the Drew. day. Otis Melton and Bucks plans will be an Mondays and Thursdays. Countrywide, crime reports well passing$:, 1 IJIII i ''; ',

William! Davie quick thinking and action on The covered dish luncheon nounced later. show total of 1.8 million
Hardy and Mrs. ; !Melton of Hampton were Sunday a job on the optio! i I '
third puce!, with 41 points, Mrs. the part of Mrs. Sayers, !Mrs. meeting will be held at 12:30 night supper guests burglaries during 1968, averaging cording to Cuacli ".a\"S'" ',

T. H. Dent and Mrs. Roberts; Jim Wharton, and Chief of Police p.m., Nov. 13, at the Masonic $298 per burglary or Kick Wheoler camo',1,,> ,

fourth place with 40

Mr.end Mrs. Aubrey Bannister. not long before Mr. Spitze was 1970 will be presented and voted spent Sunday with Mr. MELROSEBy Burglaries of residential pro game In the fourth qll" ".

ROTARY CLUB being treated by the medical on during the business and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. perty amounted to 54 per cent stopping the Hut" IHteriitory. "

Local Rotarian Fermont Tol- staff of the V. T. Hospital in meeting. SERVICE MEN of the total or $311 million, Vfter .1\ sn .

les was guest speaker at the Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frasler. of Joyce Rowe while burglaries of nonresidential drive, Saints r:1! ,'>. -.im v- '"'

Keystone Heights Rotary Club Spitze was kept under CLUB Jacksonville spent the weekend p" property accounted for 46 for the Indians foiTil ", 'L! 'n''"
the hospital for HOMEMAKERS cent of the total! or $234 raising the S"II.' ''I'
at per
Friday, Oct. 31. observation of /with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
members parents
at home( New A downpour of rain million Coach 11\, Ins I ,.,! '
Tolles presented an InterestIng four days. He Is now( Daryl Barrows. Mr. and Mrs.. persistent i "
greatly improved. school age children are cor- prevented many youngstersfrom Since 1960 residential bur- ments after tc: Hill .. .
program concerning the and feeling Invited to attend the next D. M. Humphreys of Tallahassee
he wanted people to dially being able to trick or glaries in the night hours have night: "Oui) buy: wore ',
recent Norscap Cruise which! However, and Join In the spent a few days during
monthly meeting How- Increased 91 cent, while and It i is '< I iP' I
still people treat" last Friday night. per clicking, i
know that there are
he and members of his familyattended combined work of both the the week with them.
this The who are concerned: for the and the low ever, there were many who daytime residential burglaries to pick out the I I''s'" '; pi
summer. local community braved the rain for this nightof Increased 247 per cent. Nonresidential However! I must "01'' ti
welfare of others. !Mr. and Mrs. Mark eleven-
cruise included port stops la income families and in so doing
ofNelson's treats. Those who stoppedat burglaries In the nle Maker Hick: I'.u. .If'l
M'" and Mrs. Dan Pater, serviceto of Muncie Ind. spent a. .
Iceland, Norway be of the ger
Newfoundland a part '
Georgia the Jiffy Food Store were night increased 57 per cent dy (;iravsuti, ,'." '! k'i
Sweden, Russia, Finland'', Point, were In others, as well as cooperating few lays! with Mr. and Mrs. .
rewarded with a free Icee. and daytime burglaries jumped Joe Moore who I'l'
list weekend for a. visit with various organiza- Klmbroujh .the first of the.
Ber- In the
Denmark, Germany and 124 the '.
The rain also cut down on per cent during fine game mi nfl f! i
muda. their son Robert. her tions of the area. The meeting week. attendance at UNICEF party same eight year period. fense w,is !led h. I i >r6 1
Their stay In Iceland feat Mrs. Marge Tracy had will be held from 10 to sponsored by the Melrose Act- a- c The Institute recommendsthat des, and lack: \\.II'COI".

ured a bus trip covering over brother, Earl Mecklem, of 11:30: a.m. on Nov. 19 in Clay Mr. and Mrs. Dick Milliard Ion Committee. Those who did when you're in town, keep Intercepted two PISM: ", '"

15 miles In which they observed Pittsburgh, Pa., visiting her Electric Hall. The program topic spent ii few days' In Dunnellonwith attend, were rewarded with an 4Y all doors and windows locked. a fine first nanu- IM.L',
without last week. for November Is 'Start their daughter and her When out in the I bad I .
housing designed evening of fun and food. you go even- bid; weather! i ito
central. heating. Tolles explained We see where Paul WaldenIs living and Stop Worrying. An husband, Mr. and' Mrs. Ralph Six students from the Univ- Ing, leave a few lights on. try out quite a few i I''

that ,water is piped! into the now operating Hill's Garage. exhibit of Christmas items for Hoyster. ersity of Florida supervisedthe These two simple measures Including sotnc'Phan"' '"

homes and apartments from Mr. Hill will continue to do the December 6 bazaar will be games, and the Parish a; can be effective deterrents to Statistics! : t li';'. I JoU!}'

the hot springs a natural resource body work and work with the shown.A Mr. and Mrs. John Rolls of House rang with the laughterand 't, burglars. yards. I I'lShmr' ':: "> 01 u
workshop held Wyoming who have been visiting 4q A
Inspection station. special was i n ,!
of the country. excitement of the children. ---- .- for 65 "nJo;
Mrs. James Eland at the Green Cove Extension Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nor ,'
Mr. the 4.:
Another highlight of the tour Following the games, Penalties: i >
their trip to Leningrad and: friends from Gainesville Office featuring the making of wood, have returned ,to the youngsters were treated to X41. /I class upon graduating trom/m- four, ave. 'J'i! yd v l',

was Russia. In this city Tolles said :were among the gator fans knitting bags utilizing wooden West Coast where they will punch and mounds of cookies, 1 x borne training at the U.S. Army Coach Uayllfis: .' ,i"l. -"

private who attended the Florlda-Auburn coat hangers. An election of visit other members of the which had been donated by local '. .. Infantry School, Fort Benning, morning thus l b" r i s,:
that there were no officers for the County Council family before returning home. i, idol I ,
last Inj
game In Alabama churches. M.A.C. appreci- strike by '
homes. The people reside in Airman Paul Kaufmann, son Ga.Firth's
weekend will be held In November. ates all those people who helped selection for the honor Light ,ilfci.Un: "c' P'
( !Kauf <
large apartments: and, govern Bob Revels of the Universityof of Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss''' 'Margaret' Elizabeth them with this undertaking. Is was based on his "Initiative, the Inlcrliu-lipii i I. I I
mental housing complexes. COMMUNITY CHURCHThe Florida spent ,the weekend mann of Keystone Heights, ..,
United Meth- military bearing, physical con [ l.i'.hi" .nor'"
Morris, of Ft. Lauderdale! was Members of the with the sUine-lnloi
Tolles concluded his dIscus- of the with his and on temporary duty
Board grandparents Mr.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Executive odist Sunday School had a late for- dition, application to Instruction played on (tin; ( .n,)' u'1
recent at
Bomb a
sion with the suggestion that I > will meet Oct- Mrs. E. W. Revels. 4133rd
I Church Women and overall ability to per- Ilcul'4,, .
at their home party Sunday night. Pa- in Kejstone
'! tour of tr plann'nj with the
anyone a ober 27 president,
form in
Lakeview Drive. Miss Morris The group played games, told an outstanding manner 'Iho Indians: CUP "
nature should!! be sure to check on Roy Turknett, presiding. In The Homemakers Club of cific. during the course.In .
stories and had refresh-
the port schedules. On this <<: and the' LaCostes were close place of the bl-m.:>nthly Family Melrose met last week in ,the The ended witha Airman Kaufmann, an aircraft a letter Firth, Col. LamarA.
ments. evening
particular 34 Say tour, the ship friends in WasMng'on.: where Dinner the two boards of club house in Melrose. Mrs. soccer game in front of the mechanic, supports B-52 Stra- Welch, Infantry Director, r 1 )I
was in port on four different all of them hell: governmental the church, Stewards and Trustees Grace Perry gave an interesting Church. tofortress bombing missions against said: 'Your actions during this fEYS ; .

Sundays.( The towns and. cities pos!tlons. are planning on Every demonstration on food garnishes Guests at the home of Mr. enemy targets and fighter period of time were an inspiration ,. ,i
aircraft con-
Edmund Dwyer reconnaissance
are practically deserted on Mr and Mrs. Member Canvass luncheon or and Mrs. Lou Miller and Mrs. W. II. Allen last to your fellow students
these days, and thus part of were weekend guests of Mr. dinner In November. Two cir- 'Save a report on, making week were his sister Miss ducting the air war over South and gave extensive satisfactionto .1;
and Mrs. Lester Kasin, of Day- cles of the Church Women will Vietnam. He is permanently HEJG. rS
the enjoyment of the trip 13 Christmas gifts. After the Mary Allen of Pensacola.an uncle assigned to the Strategic AllCommand's all Instructors with whom you
missed.::!: tona Beach. serve as hostesses.The meeting a Tupperware party' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C.S. 306th Bomb Wingat came In contact. As a paratrooper -
and Charles Smith Sessions for
BOARD APPOINTMENTS Mr. Mrs. Workshop was held. Sheppard of Quincy, and her mother and Distinguished '
Clay County Commissionersappointed were in Keystone recently fora the December 3 Bazaar are Mrs E. A. Chester of McCoy AFB of, Fla.A Bradford. Hlgl Graduate, you reflect great credit PR.!I ;: t..
two local residents visit! with Col. and Mrs. David meeting weekly on Wednesdaysfrom Mr. and Mrs. Roy' Griffin attended Quincy. graduate attended St : upon yourself and the United
Nelson !at' their home on 10 till 2 with Mrs. Ernest School, Kaufmann ; States; --
to the County Zoning: Commission > the funeral of Roy'sbrother Glenda and David Chamblee Johns RIver Junior College be- Army BEAUTY; siu";
during a special! meeting Lakevlew Drive. Mr. and Mrs. McLean as chairman. Re John Griffin. In Talla. attended a masquerade partyas the service. Pvt. Firth is now stationed
Friday afternon, Oct. 31. S. E. !Smith former Key!'oners, have beccas Circle meet at the homeof hassee on Tuesday. We wish to the guests of Ken and Bar- fore it Fort Bragg, N, C., whereto -

McKay. realtor, and James .decided to retre! in Keystone. Mrs. Thomas Gregory each offer our condolences to Roy bara Wrench at their home in is receiving Special Forces KEYS d'3 NF
They will move into Mrs. Ruth Monday night to work! jn :arts and family. Gainesville. raining.
Wharton. service station operator Ohlson's home after the and ci-arts: for their circle BEAUTY H?. .t-
and cwner, were appointed booth. Since the weather has been
to fill four year and two Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John Rufflnl bad and there isn't much fishing DUPLICATE BRIDGE EDiTH JOHN.V.: .' .
Sympathy is extended:! to Duplicate Bridge winners last Seaman Apprentice Samuel 1//. Personal and Cre-i": 1, ,
:year terms respectively. are constructing porch and patio news, I am going to add Eunice USN of and
Mary Cook, whose-slster! passed week were: Roland Bryan andJ. Jp son tour !!:very JFr> ur:
County Commissioners votedto away in South Carolina last type tables with wrought It here. Roy Griffin of Griffin's P. Vose, 1st place; Mrs. .Y Mrs. James II. Eunice of Law. Culture 'pue.sMonday .. ,- ,
expand: the Zoning Commission ,week. Iron legs and formica tops In Lodge caught 2 bass Monday, Paley and Mrs. John toy Is returning from a Vietnam : .

to Include 19 members, TEEING OFF various shapes and two sizes. the largest one an 8 pounder; Strawn, 2nd Boyd place; Mrs. J.D. deployment aboard the heavy -...... ,.. ..- ......-...

each representative of the five Dutch Heise defeated Bill Orders may be placed now by five on Wednesday, the largest Henderson and Mrs. Ray cruiser USS Boston. HUTLIHM; !.1r; r.ic! t( \

county districts. Cole on ,the 19th! hole for the calling Mrs. Rufflnl. Some featured weighing 7V4 Ibs; and 4 on Starnes, 3rd place; Mrs. A.V. Since June the Boston has successfully ILjVltmVAKFDROOftll.Y[ :

HERE N' THERE final rourd of the President'sCup Items are long-burn decorative Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Prld- Bannister and Mrs. C. W, Hardy completed nearly 75 -------- ---

:Mrs. William Davie returnedto Tournament, which was Christmas candles, gen, who have a place below 4th place. ; gunfire missions on enemy tar I
her library position with a at the Keystone Golf Christmas decorations for tables us, caught 80 specs last week. gets. It was credited with the

completer gifts,. and various art end. Shipman's camp reportsthe CUB SCOUTS destruction of enemy base SUPPLY HOi .

xsd pieces. following catches: Mr. and Cub Scout Pack 109 will meet camps, troop locations and I.iiml.i'i! "''' ',".Dml. i iIlardwarr
Mrs. Kelly Greeson, chairman Mrs. Ken Lussler! 45 specs; Thursday, Nov. 20, at the Parish :. bunkers from the Demilltari/cd Itoulini51/ '

of the Morning Circle and Ronnie Spauldlng 25 specs and House at 7:30: p.m. Cub- zone to south of Uanang. I'ancliiii Palntv ji
Baked Goods and Tea Room, has This was Boston's third deployment

master Hanks will lead
bream Mr. and Mrs. George
; Jolrd'rh: r
asked that all church circle Tools :: R.
to the coastal watersof
and the meeting.
Galllnger 37 Mr.
members contribute to the Vietnam since It Is Suppllp'I.
will be
,and Award ceremonies ,
Mrs. Bobby Quinn 40 specs Hwy. 21 :V. fit 1COXrUKTK ? ;." "
baked goods, and especially for homeported at Boston Miss
conducted ranks in Cub ,
]Maybe can'tcount for all
you small goodies of candy and 3 bass; Jerry Foley 6 bass; the
Scouting. Flag ceremony and .
largest 7 Ibs; Alan Perkins and
cookies for the folks who ;
young skits are part of the planned Coach run t'mlorbluntf( of :I'ktttJ i )( (
the Jack Wilkerson 55 Mr.
on enjoy buying at the bazaar after -. ..- .
rims mater the school -
school hours. end Mrs. Ernie: Baxter, 3.1: program. Pvt. E-2 Barry Firth, son our .
The Webeloes leader Is .
new that doesn't its player. 'I//
weather Mrs. Arthur Ketch will be specs; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mar- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Firthof pay
Don E. Pace. the team's chulll'enext i '
fays only CDNCRi-riV; 'i!HODl) (
tin 40 and bream Leo Starke selected the
specs as
over-all chairman of Baked was
All boys between the Saturday Is a tugraph- '
ages | 'ALL i N SUPEtlward'i :
Goods assisted by the circle Vlckens 28 specs! ; Mr. and Mrs. Distinguished Graduate of his
of 8 to 10 are welcome to attend Ical error in the headline.
Arthur Jasmen 40 and mild
members. specs !
this meeting. They must
But The White Elephant Booth bream, and Mr. and Mrs. George be accompanied by one or both Supply Inc.
Committee urgently appeals for Davis 35 specs and bream. of their
You Can articles, and Include some for W & D TRACTOR SALES ?::tJ S vm17'. ."1-1-

the young folks. Please have Well folks, due to using a (,:-11"1.) ;'' '. I .

Bank all chairmen advise their members different typewriter, Leeon did SEE

to contribute clean arti not get a poem typed. Thanks The Paint People Box 75 -- LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. AJachua 2"2628 mrr 11'I:HV--- -
cles. Hold items until later to Mr. Matthews for the use of
On Us! date. Intake day will probablybe of a typewriter while! mine was OLIVER TRACTORS O.C. Carne o':. Nurs v

held December 1 and 2, being repaired.: That seems to Moore SPAINTS 10 DIFFERENT SIZES

'\ PERSONALSMrs. be all of the news this week, Implements' Sidewinder' !Mowers, Holland Thousand-- 01 l p.; "

COMPLETE ad until next week so long. Transplanters. Cole Fruit Trees;-SliatU.I i -
Planters John
Hector Ownbey has returned
f home after undergoing CENTRAL PAINT fvergrern4
BANKING surgery in Bradford County pie of months she will visit Blue.I Ezee Flow, and Others. Camellias: X /.' '

'. 1" I' Hospital. her nephew and family the STORES, INC. TRACTOR REPAIRS MOST .\M t.\i <
SERVICE Mrs. Margaret Howe has been John Thornqulsts at 22 N. Prospect 436 NW. 13th STREET on ALL :MAKES & :MODELS' ; PLANT A .\Y 'II I I.

ll Ir visiting her sister, Mrs.Arlene Claredon Hills, 111. .1 :
; A Brown in Buffalo, N.Y. and was Mr. and Mrs. Char'es Smith, GAINESVILLEPHONE ffeautifuiLanuSCrtpirtg:xi'SevI'homs

--" stricken with an attack ofahl.rJ- former Keystoner. will take 37fl.20l|

Full Service Bank we are always ready to les. Her mailing address Is 1165 residence in the Ohl-
At soon -
our up
Delaware Ave., Apt. 207, Buffalo son home. Mr. Smith is retiring "' ...;o:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::".;::::::::- .::: ;::::::: KEYSTONE DRIVE-IN THEATRE tG9-216;; !) ;';

help you with a complete range of dependable N. Y. 14209. from the DuPont organ- J.\ GLASS 1 23 MI. S. S. of titer p on

facilities to meet every" financial Mrs. Arthur Ketch will enter ization with which he was associated FRI.-SAT.-SUN. NOVEMBER 7-8-9 Ih )'. lOt) at i'lorahS. '.>'
Halifax General Hospital, Daytona when living In Keystone f .
;! |
need.We want to bank on us Come rain Beach for major surgeryon :.;0 :
you November 6. Her hospital Mirrors \ -Jkfraann'a: E. :\(cICItF \ I .1.:

ojr come fthine.KEYSTONE. stay will be of some three HELPI1I :: : t.nara..r-. n 11&, Senior :3tr'ml: '" ,,"1 ,,' 0
weeks or more due to post Once again-- Church Women FOR EVERY PURPOSE f : ; Hciclenlltl1": ,>' ,
@ ObJ"u
surgery treatment. please patrunize the Bazaar "Dick'Van'DykeSally i .\IuJ't Isxr 11", k..

STATE BANK moved Mrs. to Margaret her new home Greeson last Workshop boost to and Mrs.give McLean that certain and- SHEA'SN,\ I A"1! 'How s,Lionel Jeffries" :t.i; ;;'. j \'t. Hi-lp Vi'U I.In'-. "I
Trailer lnU SW; i "?
month. Her mailing address her hard-word.tg! committee. time'Chitty Chitty'Bafg'Bang' 0 .
FIa. ,
Height '
Y411rIt4ar F.DXC. KeyvtoiM GLASS CO. 1 < Th Brat In I.1" I
Is 515 Seminary. Sept. 1501B. There( are only three workshop ...SUPER PA..A''ISlON TECMNICOLCRj ti llmni's.LIC... H! i .1
In Your Friendly Rockford' Ill. 61100. days remaining, and a mountain 372ys315 112-4JSI ; .
Back ,
Yrar FriMdly '"' ile
United Artists : :holy Iii"
@jfl[ } ] t Mrs i
aualtt"NOV. Mrs. Ruth Ohlson will leave of work still to be ac- ill N.W. 4th n.e :; ', ";
Ci (
soon for her new home In St. complished. Lend a hand and G.t..rrllle : KI'tuw "in-

Paul. Minn. For the next cou- a heart! :::::::::::::::::::: : : :: :: :::: .:.:.:-:->>:-j: Homos -- I.. I"" i I"


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New Film Processor Starke Builders Win To Keep PFC Purple Lamprecht Heart was Medal awardedthe for exercise lain (Colonel conducted) Theodore by Chap-V. students During will the following be trained weeks for Ft.the }2nd food,Armored Tex. Division at

Lead In Bantam League PlayIn wounds he received August 28 He Koepke spoke, School briefly Commandant.on the his- which staff supervisory includes psychological assignments Ills wife Mary, is with him
when his platoon was ambushed.
at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y.
of the Chap:
At the time he was serving tory and heritage counseling and financial man-
Saves Hours laincy and its dual missionof command and staff THF. liUiHT POINT ford
Hospital games played Tuesday Oct. Neither team could generate with the America Division in agement to
21, Starke Builders defeated much offense except for the the Republic of Vietnam service to Cod and serviceto procedures and special war- "':!.>' Jon n rUt'' Come In ttnj|

Cadillac Uniform 24 -18,while touchdown by Carp's Jimmy PFC Lamprecht is a 1968 the nation as a soldier of fare operations. elect you' f.ivorlto KSTKRKIIOOK : -

Here Is what the new piece Carp's Store downed Kochs Cissy who scored from 10 yards graduate of Bradford High God. Prior to attending the school, ..'"nl"ln pen. TELE-!
Bradford County Hospital
of equipment means to doctors Drugs 8 0, in the second out. Samuel Pittman added the School the chaplain was assigned to r.u.\rn.
now has an automatic X-ray
game. two point conversion and r r "
film processor which Is to and patients. If a patient The first game was a thril- ----
X-ray users what the Polorald comes In with a broken bone, ler both Carp's Store won, 8-0._
as teams were tied Airman Robert E. Case son SMITH-CORONA
camera Is' to camera buffs. or a suspected taken break and ,there the X-ray is a 18 18 at the end of regulation STANDINGS: Starke Builders of Mrs. Mary C. Case of Lake

The new film processor, can be time. 3-0 Cadillac City, has graduated at Lowry
which Im' been In usa for lapse of only about two minutes Allen Akridge led Cadillacto 1- 2. Kochs, 0-3.2-1. Carp's AFB, Colo., from the U. S. THE WORLD'S FASTEST NON-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER NOW WITH POWERSPACE

about three months, can de- before the X-ray can be a 12 6 halftime lead as he Air Force supply inventory

velop and dry a film In about read. scored twice on runs of 10 SCHEDULESaturday. specialist course. Jeweled Main Bearing r Has Vinyl-clad,

two ,minutes, according to Then another X-ray can be and 22 yards. Joey Thomas The airman trained to Inventory to insure long-lasting all-steel Tramline

George Canova hospital admin. taken to determine If the bona put Starke Builders on the Oct. 25-7 p.m. supplies by use of elect- "' '
factory-new precision at
Istrator. was set properly. Scoreboard first as he took Cadillac vs Kochs; 8 p.m., ronic data processing machines carrying case no

The old processor took 10 to With the new machine, the the opening kick-off and ran Builders vs Carps. ) is being assigned!! to and performance! e -- extra charge!

15 minutes to develop a film X-rftys. developing and dryingare it back 60 yards for the score. Tuesday. Oct. 28-4 p.m., Perrin AFB, Tex., for duty Changeable Type"' Lots of deluxe

and then another 45 to 60 elapsed a matter of minutes. With The second half saw Sharon Builders vs Kochs; 5 p.m. with the Aerospace Defense adds dimension 11 ,
features. and
a new
mat- Gainey break loose for Cadillac vs Carps. 99999999999 .. a
It a 45
before the film was dry and the old machine was a Command which protects the
ready to be rend.: ter of hours. yard touchdown pass from Allen U. S. against hostile aircraftand to your keyboard .999999999999 guarantee that can'tbe

Thus the new machine saves Akridge to put Cadillac PIC Lamprecht missiles. 40 optional snap-on beaU

hours of time for both patients ahead 18 6. But then the Airman Case, a 1965 graduate characters!
STARKEBUSINESS and doctors. Builders came back with two Decorated For of Columbia High School, received $121.50

The new film processor was mas quick to touchdowns pull even by with Joey Cadillac Tho- Vietnam Combat an A. A. degree in 1967 sea NEW PIATimgS. .CHOOSB NEW COLORS SEE ALL THE NEW BMITM-COftONA.' "" ...__.HERCI
purchased by the Hospital AuxIliary from Lake City Junior College.

which put up $2.500, and at the end of regulationplay His wife, Victoria, Is the

by the physicians, who put up The, 18 18. Private First Class William daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Merrill BRADFORD
game then went into
DIRECTORY the other 2500. F. Struth COv1V
overtime to break the tie. On Lamprecht, son of Mr. and
Canova said the hospital Is Mrs.
Fredrick W. Lamprechtof 1879rtrrap1
the very first play Joey Tho-
VUTO SERVICE also preparing to purchase a mas broke loose for 50 yards Route I, Melrose, was a- Army Chaplain (Major) Leo-
new X-ray machine: The pre. warded the Purple Heart
and the
game winning touch- nard T. Melton, son of Mr.
been ownedby dal
sent machine during
down as the Builders came ceremonies Oct- and Mrs. L. Melton, Hampton
Gilbert S. Brown the hospital for three years from behind to win 24 18.. ober 17 at the U. S. Army is currently attending the chaplain .-
and it was used when the local Training Center, Fort officer advanced courseat
Standard Oil Service Station hospital purchased It. The second game was a low Georgia. the U. S. Army Chaplain

ATLAS Bids for the X-ray were to be scoring affair as Carp's Store Colonel Harold R. Chappell, School, Ft. Hamilton, N. Y.
TIRES BATTERIES opened Tuesday night when the downed Kochs Drugs 8-0, commander of the Fort Ste- The 34-week course beganon

Budget Terms Road Service Hospital Board met Canova getting their points in the first wart Hospital made the pre- Sept. 22 with a convocation

407 N.PHONE Temple 964.7071- starke said the machine, which will be half. -_.---:: _.__ ...... ..L _r__--- --- .

cost purchased about by$30,000 the hospital, and that will \, .t: ''0' 1 .

HURST'SSHELL they hope to have it Installed CARL BEGGS

within present a couple machine of months.Is "01:1: and The (; .. .: .t .D a Gulf Service

Service Station worn out," the Administratorsaid. USED PARTS
h. Top Prices for Wrecked: Car

Car Oils Lubrication 24 Hour Wrecker Service

'Ionaii4i. Tires 4c" Battens! PAYROLL ENVELOPES I --FuelOil-

ROAD SERVICE Bradford Ph 984-6303.County Telegraph. MEM WANTED Laundry PUMPS USED VACUUM cleaners re- I Used Can -
301 and 100 Starke
workers, Kitchen aids, labor cond.t1or.oe:1: : $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
--------- ers, cottage parents, watchman tame brands to choose from. 4 1Ut-1 99R
cooks and clerks, ground- SALES-PARTS..SERVICE Part3 & excellent repairs all INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
When You Tse ',, Up to IS word. ____- 1.35
An \ncJr"' ,
\ Charge Deep & Shallow Wells
Minimum keeper, truck driver. Five makes Watson's House oC: Fire Homeowners I
( charge)
Account i W.- day week, eight hour day. .,Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Galnes- LIFE & ACCIDENT .
Tour Prescription Tax Records E Each: : word over 15 __ .07 Ctate retirement, vacations, Expert Service On villa 3767110. tfchg -
sick leave. If Interested, please Keystone Heights 473-4692 .I
are Kept For You n y Us I Extra: charge If not apply In person Personnel All Makes "World's Easiest

Andrews paid In advance ____ .35 Plumbing Service Method of
DrugsFor Manager, Sunland Training -
t Center, Gainesville, Fla. Phone 964.7061 Active Exercise" MEN WANTED Men cottage T- == -

Fnoot DeIh"cry! Dial 061-7170 C 1110 Memorials, Resolutions An equal opportunity employer. DURRANCE PUMP The Fabulous parents age over 21. Startingpay i -- JIN !

*.I AND SUPPLY CO. : $329 month, promotion opportunities AE -
7 cents per word
tfehg and regular Increases -
- INSURANCEAT In pay. 8 hour dAYS +-

CARDS OF THANKS! REDUCED RATES um Gym day week, sick leave, vacations, E
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
AUTO FIRE BOAT state ;retirement. U Interested,
CERAMIC QUARRY VINYL 80 words or lea __.- S.CO Letters & Numbers for interior W fu/-
DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE please apply In person Personnel 1
and exterior All sizes rrL
use. co
Each word over 50 __ .07 lors. AGENCY For HomeDemonstration Manager, Sunland Training Center -
Bradford County Telegraph -
tchc Call Gainesville, Fla. E
OFFICIAL 782.3277 An equal opportunity employer. A -
Robert L. KitchensTile

Open Dally 8 A.M.5:30: P. M. $625. Take the drudgery out Mobile Homes E
of naper work.-Bradford Coun- DID YOU KNOW it's easy to
Except Saturday 8.12 Noon
Contractor : : ED WAINWRIGHT R
tv Telegraph. tf own a Longchamp Home?
HILL'S GARAGEKeystone Better built for F7>rla! liv AGENCYFor I

Heights COOK WANTED Good PRY 810.12 Wide ing. Your plant or ours All Your
apply Iri person. Longhorn Restaurant Oalneev1llrGond Your lot Contact Bu-
or ours. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
1020 E. CALL ST. 964-6923 Telephone t73.t.l65FOR
301 South. tfchg Qnal'tvReasonable ford Mitchell phone. C64 In GAINESVILLE
RENT: TV sets, baby Priced (185.1.( : POBox 238. Starke
FOR SALE2 bedroom home. 1.4 Mobile Home Insurance S. E. 2nd Ave. &
elec. guitars, amplifiers,
,0 refrigerators: day or week. DA. Large! kitchen and living room, fRtneavlll.: .. :711.)7A5 Ph. Starke 964-6818 2nd Street

HMER'S. 984-7923. tf-chg( tile bath hardwood floors, car !Serviced. Guaranteed and I Near Post Office
port and porch on nice corner Delivered In Starke Area JIMMY MOORE'S 'WANTED: Used WringerWasher. Open 'Til.8 P.M.'

lot; 4400. Phone 964-7582 NO EXTRA COST! Will pay cash or take In

iller BrownVolkswagen 1 morning. tfchflr ITS! 441 N. 450S!' NW nth ]|I SUN SPORTS trade on anything.! DAHMER'S.

!flfi4-7923. tf-chB
SEWING MACHINE Cleaned GalwvllU 37" .T"'I!
oiled and adjusted In your WILL BUY: Used Appliances, BUYING
home FOR RENT 3 'bedroom j YOUR MONEY I .
300. Vacuum cleaner Furniture TV's. Stereos. ny.thlni
repairs also. All work guarante house unfurnished. Convlentlv i, Starke Ph. MM-8181 : of vahwv DAITMER'S.SUPER .

.ed.< Dennis E. Cogging, phone located;!! Phone 9646841. Compete Outboard & Stern !

4311428. tfchar Stellar 11-n Drive Service and Repair. I STICK Vinyl Plastic LAND
,Letters. all sizes colors. Perm-
t..O"J. FOR RENT!: 2 End 3 bedroom Complete Fiberglass Repair
New & Used WANTED
onen, for: use on glass
Sales Service Experience prefered. Perma. hn''1 es. unfurnished. 'Also fur.o'ttmppsi. Cu. t o m-bullt Fiberglass nlpst'c.! rater metal leather Dixie Land Co.

nent position. Good pay and 'I11'1heJ' : W, H. N'll- Fishing Boats I NYTffiNG'BradCord! Countv P. O. Box 158

b 1 MI. North of Tire Mall 'benefits. Apply week day after m.n. S10 TT\ ("fcerrv.ifr"w Tpl"v-"nh. tf
I GAINESVILLEFOR : 4 p.m Mr. Green, 3310 N. Main St. Marys Ga.
St.. Oatne.vllle! 4tch 10.30( PIANO LKRSONS: Nrw enrolUnar BUY SELL, TRADE: Used FOR RENT 12 wide 2 bedroom ,
-tii<5"n'"" Be lnrer or trailer outside city limits. tfchg
Furniture, Appliances, Toys
TPt"rmPdln e. hrs I>?nton i .T. R White. !flfi4! 114. tfchsr
Tools. Wlmberly's Trading
SALE Concrete blockhouse SumraM. Phone 96 -531S. -
Post, 7434 Bla.ndng! Blvd.. REDUCE safe and fast with
3 bedroom 1 bath 2tn 11.6 WANTED LISTINGSOn
GoBese tablets and E-Vap
Jacksonville, tfchg
8M Acreage BuversWaiting.
tral heat & alr-oondttlonlng. Corner Homes ; "
lot. Phone 964-5367. tfcfcg APPRENTICE WANTED LPN's 7 to 3 .h'ft Strout Realty!! Rev "water pills. Andrews Drugs.

YOUNG MAN-SOBER at Starke Nursing Home. Contact Broker: 2117 N Tomole:! Ave I lOtp 11-20

Advancement Depends On You Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock. 964- Ph. !}6 -6609( Starke. Fla. i I SILVER COINS WANTED -

SEARS $1.70 PER HOUR 6220. 4tchar 11-7 1964 or older worth 20% more
MARY F.W'NG MACHINESLargest than face value Coins In ex-
HAS 10 Hours Overtime Each Week ANTIQUES bought and sold. selections! from whichto tra good condition worth more.

WRITE BOX 10 furniture refinished upholstering choose. Pfaff. Necehl. Nelco,
Bring them in today. Bullington. -
EVERYTHINGSTARKE "/ LAKE CITY REPORTER cabinet work, antiques restored New Home & Universal.
9647271. tfchgFOR !
To insure
; to original beauty. CallC. REPAIR ALL MAKES.

E. Jackson, 1313 West Mad SALE -Palms all sizes.
I ison St. Phone 9645370. tfchff National Sewing Phone 1184-60R8. 2tp

domestictraoquility Phone 964.6848 ,LOST OR STRAYED-one!!: bull PAINTS Maclvne Co., FOR SALE Lawn mower

lit I IFOR I FOR SALE-Barber Chair, excellent Owner may obtain same by Gil W. University Ave. 378.1355 bind.3! and accessories at disc.

condition. Reasonable tfe'crlblnar and paving for a" 102 E. llrownle* St.CAR pi Ices. Homellte chalnsaws new

Call after 5 pm. 4681296. Itch end keep. Call 964-5782 after 5 FOR SALE: Ch'cken'! fertilizer, and used.::! Joe's Saw Shop.

p.m. Stchar 11-6; I'm' -?olomlt Clean out service Homellte Sales and Service. 301
RENT Kingsley Lake. FOR RENT Two furnished
anv type hou!'e. W. A. SouthStarke, phone 964-7580.
New brick !
duplex apartments. apartments. Lady only or for. FOR SALE3 bedroom brick Prcvatt p64-fifl'B.' 4tp 11-13 4tp 11-13
Phone 964-5391 or 9647788. Mer- couple with baby Call after 3 feme, fam'lv room Its bath

ritt Williams. tfchg p.m. 9646416. w-w rp-3tlng. fenced yard TF YOU NEED a home, see W. FOR RENT -Apartment and

central heat-a'r. Phone 964- H. Nnllman.: small down paympit. house trailer in Raiford. Call
JJSX019 man. ApplyIn
0\ B-1arc- likn rent tfchg 431-1000. Itchy!
.".,.\.t .-.t'; Hardwood floor, drapes, elec. person only Mr. Tedder, Holiday 5115. 4t' 11-13

\"\ .'a t0". ...: range, central heat and air. Irm. Itchg I WASH FOR RENT-2 bedroom con FOR SALE-Oil Heater and
.'1.1.'l' ..."' Bind with 50000. Will assist crete block house unfurnished. tank $25 cash. Call
-<\icV. 1 tit\: ;'.\" ,,,, ..OOt\tit".:. JStt with loan matters. A. J. Thomas WANTED Checking station FOR SALELAUNDROMAT Call 964-5821. tfchg 4853422.Up
\ '"v. t\t gottlJwctSttJPe Realtor-Tel. 9645701. operator to work at Camp Bland
?. panttc. y b. 1ng. Ph. 964-5339. Itchg AND WE MAKE
<\ r"t'" <\ FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bed-
t'-\'I. : t
: \ ,, Whole house full of furniture
,'" Jti rcom furnished frame house Inquire -
:. 'o'lct "''' Business For Sale
\.. "' : City Fish and Meat Market. complete with Motorola Color KEYS
,, .: ot"'i. ; \" ,,\\\' -
,,'' .:.,.,. '. \ 0""' ''\\- tfchg TV for sale. Terms can be had Other Inter'it Sailing R.non0.. TEXACO INC.EXCELLENT

';}\ '\\po.\\ \'l.. ....0:. .?.'".: .'(., 0; \t'\\...... FOR SALE-4 steers 18 monthsold Dahmers 7923. Discount House 964. WRITE BOX 12 .

,0\"..,a aV. Vcj 1tytctc"yc 1 +tdtn6. 964-5801 daytime or 468. Uchg % LAKE CITY REPORTER -
cwt St'tnan 0 : 1147 evenings. It FOR SALE-1964 New Moon LAKE CITY, FLA. 32055
,,tt\cot s\1r'4c, .: to;. Mobile home furn.
; ; 60'xlO';
e\c Oy
\ t\\-e. ,ct.Ptr
't\tchoynn, CAMPERSALES
..\\ ".\\\ .:.\ttl; .",'1 LABOR WANTEDPermanent expandable liv-rm.; 3 bedrm.; BUSINESS
"" \:-'\ 'lt ,1t'\1 'l'" ,, position, all company benefits 1 1.2 baths, central alr-cond. &
ot p..." .:'l') ", t"\\ minimum starting rate $1.90 MAN -Over 21
per WANTED yrs.
'!ot". ,,\\ .' '1.' "'>co \ heat Reasonable. 964-7627 OPPORTUNITYFOR
cttO\1.\ ," '''1 '1.0) e. ';} ...o\e.. hour Apply Southern Wood 3Tchg. 11'-40 old with chauffeur licenses APply -:

.; '),. Perservlng Co., Baldwin, Fla., Dixie Poultry Supply, 218 2920 Waldo Road
\a\\y.-: 'I.) )\ott" 8 am. 4 p.m. tfchg Kemnore Zig Zig Console sew- E. Washington. 2tchg 11.6I Gainesville 378-0691 LEASE
'iO\ ing Machine 2 old. old I
yrs. $ Authorized Dealer
tCi s oheQtcctttn\O". FOR SALE-Large corner lot $165.00 will sell for J60.00. Iron- FA YES' FABRICS -First quality ], "SUrcraft" "Dreamer" Small]] Investment Required

In City, 110' x .to. With septic rite Ironer with chair In good dress drapery, upholstery "Wheel Camper"
c4. tank 18 x 34 concrete slab, Notions mill ends,'
"> working conditions, price $30.00. material. Travel Trailer Truck Paid Training
paved drive way, city water, Both In good condition. Key- secon s. Metal zippers lOc to! Campers Fold Downs

electricity and gas. Nice lawn stone 473-4238. Itp. 30c. Week days 10 to 6; FrI- : SALES SERVICE I
bl'VICTDR and shrubbery. Ideal for homeor day, Saturday 10 to 9; Sunday

mobile home, 1 block from FOR RENT-3 bedroom house, 1 to 6. On 301 m miles North Phone Gainesville

school. 1500.00, Ph. 96-1-610. 536 N. Walnut St. Contact Chester of Waldo on 301. tfchg SERVICE Small 'appliances

Up Wise, phone 533-2123. Sa it Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.Call 376-6091 or 376-8940
WJTfI; SUHTRACTION -------.J. 2tchg 11-13 CAN YOU GET ME UP St. Phone 964-5311. tfchg
:FOR SALE-Apartment size cash for 40 -
$350.00 per acre Ask For
elecrtlc range, good condition FOR SALE-Stock and equIP- acres of land with 1-4 mile I FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished -

AT THE $15. Call or see Blsbee. Rt. 1 ment Candy's Gulf Station, road frontage. ant: close in? If: house, convenient location;

TELEGRAPHI Box 452, Keystone Heights, SJE. phone 4734793. Keystone Height you can, see me at once. A. J. j 160: month phone 964-7582. Mr. Conam or Mr. Ballard

I on Lake Geneva. Itchg Itchg Thomas, Realtor, Tel 9645701. Itchy

NOV. 6, 1969

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