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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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$1 Million //Ae J 1 ClerkAfter New

City Power four years with a

Republican Governor, Florida -

returned, like a prodigal -

son to the Democraticfold

Issue UrgedA in 'Tuesday's General

Election,; giving all party

nominees from U. S": Sena-

tor and Governor down

million dollar expansion of the Starke power _w through every cabinet

plant including two new generators, has been recom- post, n clean sweep against

,A4 mended to the City Council by its engineers. : their Republican opposition -
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Electrical Engineer Ed Wilson proposal was made a week after I
s- Bradford County Joined In the
:: ti' t ;
of Fred Wilson and Associates the new electrical engineering "
of Jacksonville, made firm was employed and .....} "homecoming, carrying Its
endorsement to the
q. the new proposal to the Coun- requested to begin work Immediately r / party on
/ local level to elect the Demo-
cil In a special meeting last on a power plant 10.T. .
cratic nominee for Clerk of
Thursday night, Oct. 29. The expansion.
the Circuit Court against the
After hearin g details of the (T. S. Ffniitor-elect! Lawton d-ilcs (right) gives first Republican challenger In

proposal from Wilson, the tile victory shin i with former Stale :Senator; and Governor history.
:Council:: asked Auditor Ned
FirelllenPrevent Scott, of Purvis, Gray, and Charley E. John at I the Whitehead farm. Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown, the
Chiles wried" Bradford and Union Counties Democratic nominee, carried
Powers of Gainesville, to determine : by more
the to than three Photos hv Ii AlrLendon. every precinct except No. 6
city's ability In one.- .
? ; (Bayless Highway) which he
assume the burden of a million -
dollar bond Issue. ..-.----- lost by one vote, 75-74, to
Wison's RecommendationIs Incumbent Inman D, Green.
V f\ \,;;' --1' tc.Y..u. Including the 134 absentee
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for the city to Install two
generating units of approxi- ballots, which were counted by

I Whic'h "1' ttu-.e pretty UIIS seniors They (1(l-r) are Ann Terwillegar, Serious mately 2,500 kilowatt capacity. Citizens Hot were noon: Brown Wednesday 2,404, Green the totals 1-

vv ill hf /linky enough to be crowned Dehra I'revntt. Sharon Howell, Lou Two units would delay a 426. ;

1'171'> Honwomine Jut-en< tonight Ann Thomas! and Donna Leach. second bond Issue In a few
years and would immediately The Brown
53-year-old a
Damage increase the city firm power In HamptonMeet Starke service station opera-
supply an amount equal to one tor, will serve out the last
of the engines. The city WU-
two years of the unexpired
Serious damage to the Pla- son said, would be assured of term of' the late Charles A.

BHS To WhirlA za Lodge Motel here was a- sufficient generating capacity Darby. en was appointedb
verted Friday night when Bradford until 1976, or perhaps 1978. FridayNeither Gov. laude Kirk in December -
volunteer firemen answered savings, such as 01 1969 to fill the
one set of engineers fees, attorney
a call within minutes. vacancy until the next election.
fees, and bond validation -

Deciding factor in containing fees, could be secured the issue of the city {purbage dump nr the .' ....,.. :.
the blaze In the attic of with one bond iss-e instead possibility of an election! 'to determine whether the City'of 4.i r 11'" .

the motel was the quick res- of one Issue now and anotherIn Hampton remains! incorporated/ were settled at lastFril1aY'R .
ponse the volunteer firemen 1973 as recommended by ::''':
special council with ,
HomecomingBy were able to give the 8:30: the city former engineers,Rey- meeting two county ccm- ;

p.m. call Friday, Oct. 30, to nolds, Smith, & Hills of Jack- miss! innprll.
the scene barely north of the sonville.
Starke city limits on US-301. R, S & H recommended a Neither the- Issue of the city the session, with all of Hamp -,1Y
Terry garbage dump or the possibility ton's city councilmen Mayor
"It's one time we were John- $650,000 issue this year and
; of an election to deter Willard Thomas, Clerk Lillian
Tornado Whirl, annual BHS and and Drill Team numbers Class princesses, who make ny-on-the-spot Green., He says said three Chief (Continued on Page 8) mine whether the City; of Hampton .- Ingenlath, and City AttorneyTUchard
Climaxing the night's activities the Queen's Court, are Miss ,
homecoming celebration, Is set up remains Incorporated were : Wilson present. Com- '
tonight (Thursday, Nov 5)) as will be a huge bonfire aimedat Kay Turner, junior; Miss Bec- firemen Edwards were Road at repairing the t.tatlon a settled at last Friday's spe- missioner-elect Eddie Allen,
Bradford High students present the Fernandina Pirates. ky Selmer, sophomore; and cial council meeting with two of the Hampton District, also
radio when the call came in.
Competing In the skit cate- Miss Donna Prevatt, freshman.
I's' All to Beat
"Bring Together County Commissioners. attended.
gory will be the freshman classes' Entertaining at halftime Fri- The fire truck with three LC Demo
the Pirates" starting at 7:30: Hamilton and Bryan told the
men and 1,000 gallons of wa- Personality; clashes Impeded
presentation of "The Ten day night will be the BHS band
at the football stadium. that services
Commandments for BHS." The and the Fernandina band. The ter was on the scene In approximately the Information session at group provided
Highlighting Whirl activities sophomore class' presentation announcing of the queen andher four minutes,Chief Wins Seat Hampton City; Hall, with Council be forthcoming by the city from; would the coun-not
tonight will be the naming of of "The Secret Formula That court and princesses will also Green says Chairman E.G. Saxon hard-
which has neither the funds
the 1970 BIIS Homecoming BHS the in half time pressed to maintain order dur-
Brought Together", be included the The attic of the motel was nor the equipment for this pur-
ing the meeting.Approximately.
Queen. Juniors' "All Right Now, and activities. smouldering when firemen ar- In HouseWayne or.-
The honor will go to one the Seniors', "Seniors, ThisIs Floats In the parade will proceed rived. They knocked a hole 35 Hampton pose.Most Hampton residents attending
(tilt; iJroun
of five BIIS senior coeds Miss Your order citizens appeared to discuss
: Life. In the following : in the ceiling of one of the the meeting seemed dIs-
the pros and cons of remainIng -
Lou Ann of
Thomas daughter rooms and entered the attic satisfied with the proposed Florida Republicans lost In
Incorporated or returning
Mr. and Mrs. D.L, Thomas; with their hoses. The budding Hollingsworth, young the city's; charter to the state water and sewage plan, for every department Tuesday in
Miss Debra Prevatt daughter fire was quickly contained Lake City businessman and and relying on Bradford County which the city; has applied to spite of last-ditch efforts by
of Mr. and Mrs. JT Prevatt; Green said but It was several Democrat, handily defeated his 1; to maintain streets and pro- President Nixon, Vice Presi-
Miss Sharon Howell, daughter hours before it cooled enough Republican running mate Joe vide other services now performed (Continued on Page 8)) dent Agnew, and other top-
of Mr. and Mrs. RR. Howell
; firemen to consider It secure In
for Ripley 2 to 1 Tuesday's ranking Republicans to pull
by the city.
Donna Leach, daughter of the
enough to leave. General Election. Florida
out of the
Two Bradford Commissioners -
late Mr. Cecil Leach and Mrs.
An electrical short in a neon and unofficial
Complete returns hole.
Zedra W, Hamilton,chaIr-
Alice Leach and Miss Ann
strip sign that runs under the from the district
six-county; and attended Governor Claude Kirk lost his
man, Ralph Bryan
Terwlllegar, daughter of Mr.
motel roof is CLERK OF
eaves of the gave Hollingsworth 14,962to COURT bid for another four-year term,
and Mrs. C.B. Terwillegar, all thought to be the cause of the Rlpley's 7,235. being defeated by Democrat

of Starke. fire. Had the fire burned e- By counties the vote (not Including rteubln Askew by a margin of
Whirl activities, starting at nough to eat a hole In the absentee ballots) was: Voting At 18 PCT. BKOWi GREEN more than 200,000 votes. On
7:30: will include skits and BUS roof and sufficient 1 18
gotten a Holl. Rip. ? 163 the basis of Incomplete returns -
supply of oxygen; the motel Baker 1,436 321 Just MissesIn 2 188 3it the Askew-Adams team
would probably have been Bradford 2,813 741 polled over 900,000 to Klrk-
burned In a matter of minutes, Clay 3,452 2,832 BradfordBradford 3 115 68 Osborne's 700.000-pIus.

QEbe Chief Green says. Columbia 4,114 1,364 1 H 111 Bradford voters, who gave
Damage to the motel was Nassau 2,244 1,800 24 140 Kirk a narrow 199-vote lead
very minor, Green said. Only Union 903 177 County came closeto 6 over Democrat Robert King

Bradford County Volunteer Hollingsworth, who defeated year-olds at the polls Tues- ; 5'6 tion, stayed In the Democratic
'r Fire Department is currentlyIn incumbent Ralph Tyre, of Lake day with 1,531 votes for Amend- 8 258 146 column Tuesday, giving Askewa
the process of raising oper- City; In the First Primary, ment No. 1, and 1,553 votes comfortable lead of 937 votes
'. e ating funds for the coming year. will represent the district against. 9 205 132 The official count was: Askew
Businessmen can purchase associate Jointly with Rep. Gene Shaw The amendment lost In statewide 10 13 C 113 2,483; Kirk 1,546.Democrat .
memberships In the of Starke (District 16), who voting, however, as did 11 157
department for $10 and residents had no Republican opposition. Amendment No 2, which would m Lawton Chiles,
for $5. Goal of the department have given 18-year-olds all the 12 150 19 "the walking senator," was
is to raise $3,400, legal rights of adults. Although 13A 199 heavily favored in Bradford by
t all of which will go to pur- almost willing to give 18-year- 13B 31 lib almost three-to-one for U.S.
l/ chase new equipment and supplies Union olds the right to vote, Bradford Senator over his Republican
Approximately $600 has voters were more opposedto 14 113 56 running-mate, Bill Cramer
been raised to date the legal rights Issue, defeating 15A
Flea Market Likes 85 U7 The count was: Chiles 2,908;
No. 2 by a vote of Cramer 1,026
1,310 to 1660. ABS
In statewide voting Chiles
OPENING Howard Offered DemosUnion The only two amendments to 76 47 defeated Cramer by over 125-

For Information carry statewide, and also In 000 votes for the U.S. Senate
TOT. 2404
Monday, Nov. 9 local voting were No 4, providing 1426 seat being vacated by SpessardL.
On Bomb Tlireul- funds for pollution con- Holland. Incomplete returns -
A County remained safely trol, and No 5, prohibiting
W. Call Street ------ KEY TOPRECINCTS gave Chiles over 876.000
Senior( Class, member were hard at work Tuesday A $1,000 reward Is being offered In the Democratic General Election fold inTuesday's the sale of submerged lands votes to Cramer's 750,000-
except when In the public interest -
Featuring"Trab ni;ht to turn out a homecoming float by this after. Commission by the for Bradford Information County; favoring Democratic nominee plus.In.

& Treasures" noon. From, t the left are Tarn Kkk. Mike Hanks, to the and Reubln Askew for Governor with Bradford voters went along the Cabinet race of most
leading arrest con- No. I-
City Hall
(;ilnrtda Crews and Debbie Hobo. viction of making a 722 votes to 425 for incum- with the rest of the state In Lawtey interest here, Miami Democrat
persons No. 2Lawtev (East)
bent Claude I Kirk endorsing these two
Sponsored By bomb threat. measures. No. Fairgrounds.. Tom O'Malley defeated Republican -
At 1:30: p.m. Friday, Starke Junior Mon- The vote here was: NO.4, Tom Slade, of Jack-
the Senior Class float, the The action was taken Democrat nominee for U.S. No. 4- Auto Inspect. Sfa.
Women of St. Mark'sEpiscopal will see the annual Homecoming Class float, the Sophomore day morning when Bradford Senate Lawton Chiles, was an 1.837 yes, to 948 no. No.5, No. S- BHS Auditorium. sonville, for the post of State
Church Parade featuring eight Class float, the Freshman Class Commission members signed a even greater favorite In Union, 1,484 yes, to 1.133 against.On No. BsyUM Hwy Treasurer and Insurance Com-
floats. The parade will leave float, the Interact Float and resolution from the State Association leading Republican Bill Cra all other amendments No. 7RJE School. missioner. Bradford, with only
Bits at 1:30: and proceed up the Spanish Club Float, spon- of County; Commiss mer almost four to one. The Bradford followed the rest of No. *- Old Armory 224 registered Republican voters -
f Street, then down Thompson rant, the Science Club float Chairman Zedra Hamilton No 3, proposing changes In Malley's 2,418. No other Republican -
Street to SR-100. On SR100it and the DCT float sponsoredby brought the matter up, Com- 231.In the hotly contested State tile Judiciary system: 960 yes; No. 10- Th *.... except I Kirk, fared
will proceed west, to Orange Bill Edwards. missioner Dave Shuford spokeIn Treasurer's race, Union gave 1,482 no. No. M-Hamp( a. so well In the county.; In state-
\ Street and then back to favor of the resolution, and Democrat Tom O'Malley 632 No. 6, to extend the terms No. 13-Stark Library.No. wide voting O'Malley led Slade
the high school of State Representatives from UATrwUlgr's.. by over 100,000 votes.
A victory dance sponsored the Commission adopted It un- votes to 473 for Republican
Account, Now IiMuradtoiiOOOObr Miss Elaine Akrlde, Homecoming by the Junior Class will be animously.Each nominee Tom Slade. It like- two to four years: 1,023 yes; No. 13BGraham.. Bradford went along with the
"f'.t" 0.- Queen of 1969, will re- held at the Old Armory from of the state's 67 counties wise favored all other Demo- 1,686 no. No 14-Strutn n. rest of Florida in piling up big
No. ISA- Brootor.No. .
..._ rap...... turn to crown the 1970 Home 9:30: 12, featuring the sounds Is being urged to adopt cratic nominees for State Cabi- No. 7, dealing with school *53-. New RlY r. majorities for all Democratic
coming Queen. of the "X-Press. the measure. net posts. financing: 1,072 yes; 1,622 no. (Continued on Page 8)BRADFORD )



Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper
Open House Given Harry Weber 90th Miss Gayle Hatcher was a visited friends and relatives

C ,I At Hatcher Home weekend guest of Miss Pam In Cross City on Sunday.
f ft Birthday Observed Smith In NlcevtUe.

For Carl Hursts --
Harrv Weber celebrated his
SQtfi birthday anniversary on & Meat
Mayor and Mrs. Carl Hurst, Sunday, Oct. 18, at his homeon City Fish
: who were recently married, U.S. 30LEnjoying
t t ::6 were honored at an open house this occasion with
Sunday afternoon at the home the honor guest were Mr. and Market
of Col. and Mrs. Harry M. Mrs. Clyde Hayes and daugh-
Gladys Mooty: Phone 9647808Society Hatcher Jr. Hosts with the ters Sheila and Tracy, Mr.
Hatchers were Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Kelly Smith and son, 607 E. llftOWNLEE' ST. PH. 981-8077
EditorLinda Harry Gruen, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Williams,
J. Frank Mitchell, Mr. and .i all of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Marion Payne, Mr. and M.A. Baldwin, Betty Harris and

1k",. .,. Mrs. S,L. Peek Jr., Major and daughter, Linda, and Doris
v '- -- ---
Mrs. Donald Rardon, and Mr. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
and Mrs. Drew F. Reddish. Cermenaro, all of Starke, and L
Woman's Club Greeting guests at the door Rita Snyder of Ponte Vedra
I and presenting them to the honor Beach.
Plans Family guests were Col. and Mrs. _m. 4
Hatcher. Inviting guests to the RY THE PIECE
: Night SupperThe Joy Lynn Sapp refreshment table were Mrs. Adkins-Hewitt Flea Market
Drew F. Reddish, Mrs. Marlon November 9 SMOKED PICNICS
Starke Woman's Club will To Wed Mr. WhiteMr. Payne and Mrs. Donald Rardon. Engagement Told Opens SMOKED BACON

have a covered dish for The refreshment table was
SrL club members and their fami- and Mrs. Charles P. overlaid with a cutwork linen The Women of St. Mark's WHITE BACON
Miss Rrene Adkins, daugh-
lies on Thursday, Nov. 12, at Sapp Sr. of Lawtey announce cloth and centered with an arrangement Episcopal Church will open
L: of ter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Mirandy and their Flea Market on Call
7:30 In the clubhouse. the of their
: : P.m. engagement daugh-
Edward Silas Adkins Sr.,
announces -
Peace roses. This was flanked Street Monday, Nov. 9, with lb. 65c
The musical program will be ter, Joy Lynn, to Timothy Earl by two her engagement and on Chuck Roast ?r Steak -
three branch
silver can- proceeds going toward reno-
presented by William Georgeand White, son of Earl White of
approaching marriage to Sgt.Arthur
Tom King. Guest speakerwill Crossroads, Miss. and Mrs. delabra with burning yellow ta- Stephens Hewett, son vating the church properties.The Fresh Ground Beef 3 Ibs. for $1.59
pers. market which will remain -
be Cruze Remerio. Voncille Dykes of Manderville,
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hewett,
Presiding at the punch bowl for several weeks
C evening Committees will be In: Mrs.charge JW.of Kin-the La.Wedding plans will be announced were Mrs. Mrs.Charles E.D.Darby.Tenly Pouring Jr. and all Miss of Starke Adkins is a 1968 grad- will sell what-have-yous."trash and treasures"and Mrs. Rib or Brisket Stew :3: Ibs. for 1.49

cald, chairman of International later.Three .
from a silver coffee service uate of Bradford High School Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr., lb. 89c
Affairs; Mrs. Lex Green co- RIB STEAK -
and is employed by the Florida
were Mrs. E.D.
TenlySr.mother chairman, will have on her
chairman Mrs. E.L. Matthews,
; Birthdays of the honoree, Mrs. L.G. Bank at Starke. Sgt. Hewett is committee Mrs. John Glover,
chairman of Home Life Depart- lb.
Powell Mrs. W.A. Hogan and a 1966 graduate of Okeechobee Mrs. Ed Wainwright,Mrs Walter Shoulder Steak or Roast 89c
ment, and Mrs. Harry HatcherJr.
High School. He is in
Celebrated Jointly Mrs. A.J. Barry. serving Richardson and Mrs. Free
Susan WynnTo Hostesses., co-chairman.will be Mrs. Ar- Inviting guests to the family the U.S. Air Force, stationedat Glenn. Fresh Roe Mullet lb. 29c
MacDill Air Force Base in
room and patio was Mrs. S.L.
Wed Mr. DuBois thur Loudon, Mrs. A.N. Hol- Tullle Norman, Mrs. Eldon Peek Jr. Presiding at the Tampa. *
liday, Mrs. Earl Searing, Mrs. Sapp and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp, on the patio were punchbowl Mrs. The wedding will be an event Mrs. M.A. Baldwin Jr. and OTHER FISH, OYSTERS AND SHUIMP
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Joyce,Jr.. Tom Crawford, Mrs. A.Y.Cov- who had birthdays In the past Harry Gruen and Mrs. J,Frank of Friday, Nov. 6, in the bride- daughter, Mrs. James Hall,and WE CLEAN FISH
and Itfr. J.C. Wynn, all of Jack- ington, Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. week, celebrated the occasion Mitchell. groom's home at 8 p.m. daughters of Gainesville visited
sonville, announce the engage- John Mitchell, Mrs.Curtis San- with a covered dish birthday Fall flowers of mums and All friends and relatives are Mrs.Baldwin's mother Mrs. RED and WHITE ROE
ment and approaching marriageof ders, Mrs. Paul McLendon,and dinner Sunday at the Tullie pine cone lilies were used Invited to attend the weddingand V.R. Braswell In Dublin Ga.

their daughter, Linda Susan Miss Norma Canova. Norman home. throughout the home at focal reception. and daughter Miss Ginger Fresh Greens .' 3 bunches $1.00THURS.
Wynn, to William Louis DuBois The executive board holdinga Helping to celebrate the occasion points. Baldwin, at Tift College on
Dutch Treat luncheon today were the families of Sunday and Monday.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Those assisting In servingwere
(Thursday) at the Inn
DuBois, of Cocoa Beach. the three honor guests, Mr. Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs.
Miss Wynn graduated from with Mrs. John Sanders, presi- and Mrs. Gerald Norman and L.F. Dlnklns, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Joan Chitty

Robert E, Lee High School and dent, presiding. Rev. and Mrs. George Crowel 1, Hardy, Mrs. Don Neel, Mrs. Weds Carl HurstIn
attended Jacksonville Univer- of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. WH. Edwards Jr.,Mrs.George ,
sity where she pledged Zeta Halloween Party Joe Allen Sapp and Mr. and Pierce, Mrs. LN Pickering, Baptist CeremonyThe
Tau Alpha sorority.Mr. Mrs. Harvey Edwards of Jack- Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Gus VM
DuBois graduated from Given By Youth sonville and their families. Kopelousos, Mrs. Phillip Val-
Brevard Junior College and is lenga, Mrs. Joe Glssy, and wedding of Mrs. Joan
of Of Pine LevelThe Chitty and Mayor Carl Hurst
now attending the University Mrs. James V. Crosby.
Florida where he will :? ceive Halloween PartyAt Mrs. Chester Hadsock of was solemnized at the First
his degree in Civil Enrffieeriiig young people of Pine Country Club Lakeland, Ga. kept the guest Baptist Church Saturday afternoon r t'
in December. He Is arrpeniber Level Baptist Church enjoyeda book. Oct. 24, at 5 p.m with
of the AVROC Naval Program. Halloween party Saturday The hosts and hostesses presented the Rev. W.A. Hogan officiating. ;
The wedding will be%I event night with approximately 50 the honored couple witha The church was decorated for TviiiIrDL10en
of Saturday, Feb. 20, fr tthe teenagers attending.The Sand Fogg, Linda Powell and silver cake stand and Mrs. the occasion with a single large ., RI., SAT.
Pearle Wolfred arrangement of pink and red
Edgewood Christian Church, party started with a hay- gave a Hurst with a corsage as a
Halloween party Saturday night roses, pink gladioli, white car-
Jacksonville. ride ending at the home of Mrs. memento of the occasion. SUN.ONLY
and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sr. at the Starke Golf and Country Approximately 350 guests nations and lavender pompomsIn
Luncheon Given for hamburgers. During the Club. were invited to call betweenthe an antique golden urn placedIn
The Halloween motif was hours three and five o'clock. the center of the altar.Flank- Sun. AfternoonMEN'S ..
evening the folk played
For Betsy MatthewsBy Halloween games young, bobbed for carried out In decorations. Ralph Chitty of Valdosta, Ga. Ing this were two large spiral
Dancing, and refresh- candle holders with
games was an out-of-town guest. large pink
Three Hoses apples and went through the
; ments the 35 Placed
were enjoyed by burning candles. between -
house of horrors. LONG
'4 j t attenci'-ig. the candles and under

Mis Betsy Matthews, bride- Mr.Chaperoning and Mrs.the OR party Alvarez were Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green the floral arrangement was a DISHTOWELS
elect, was complimented at a Mrs. William Seaman of large open Holy Bible set on sSHIRTSESS $
Jr., Mrs. John Kenny, Mr. and
luncheon last Wednesday the Mrs. Vernie Thornton, Mrs. Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Luncheon HostessMrs. a pedestal. Fern trees bankedthe 3
Holiday Inn given by Mrs .P. Elizabeth Stalnaker and Mr. ward Powell, and Mrs. Levon altar on both sides to com- 25
London of the State arm, plete the setting.
Andrews. S-M-L-XL
and Mrs. Whitehead. Lex Green entertaineda Sizes ,
Asst. Colors and
Mrs. H.B. McLendon of Orlando Music for the ceremony was ::
,and Mrs. Charley E. t a luncheon bridge party provided by Mrs. David Canovaat Asst. Sizes and Prints!!

Johns. Bridge Lessons! Duplicate Bridge home Wednesday on N. of Walnut last Street.week at her the organ and Mrs. Charles Colors Re$!'. :'We
Bridal place cards marked: r' Francis at the piano. William $3.99 Value
the seating arrangement at the For Beginners Winners at'Duplicate Bridge Arrangements yellow: and George directed the 55 voice
long dining table. Centering the Tuesday night where there were red roses were used in decora- choir, who sang from the bal
table was an arrangement of Beginners bridge lessons are five tables in play were Mr. ting. Guests were seated at cony. At the close of the cere- 5PIECEDISH LADIES
pink carnations and gladioli. being held Tuesday and Thurs- and Mrs. John Mussoline; Mrs. three card tables and after sev- mony Miss Carole Hardy sang $
Orchid corsages were givento day afternoons from 5:30 to Rex Rhodes and Mrs. Johnny eral progressions bridge prizes "Bless Their Home.
the honoree, her mother, 7:30 p.m. In the Pratt Street Barrett were second and Mrs. Sher- The bride was escorted and BRASDRAINER
; were awarded to Mrs.
: : L. Matthews W.I' .
Sirs E. Mrs. attended by her son, RandalF
;. Mlddlcton and Mrs. Paul Center. For more Edward Burns and Mrs. Mar- rod Hamilton, first, and Miss Chitty n, She
Information ; was dressedIn
contact John Mus-
tha Moore were third. Norma Canova, second. .12 to 40
mother of the
Mcng bride-
a pink silk and rayon street
soline. 473-4383.
!! The club Tues-
Kioom-elect. The hostpp flal- meets every length dress with matching coat. A-B-C
so gave Miss! Matthews a sil- !Mr. and Mrs. John Adams day Pratt night Street at Recreation 7:30: p.m. In Cen-the lunch Assisting were Mrs.In Curtis serving San-the The A-line dress was styled REG. $1.44 Reg. $1.119> ,
\er bread tray as a memento of Athens, Ga. spent the week- with long full sleeves of silk
ter and Is open to all bridge ders, Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr.
of the occasion. end with Dr. and Mrs. H.H. players. and Mrs. H.L. Speer. organza, and trimmed with embroidered -
Adams. lace, seed pearls and
- -.a ... ........ crystals at the wrists. The A-
- - -- - --
- line sleeveless
Ti coat featureda
high ring collar trimmed with

embroidered lace, seed pearls .
i and crystals which continued

: WARNING :down the length of the frontof of /
,, the coat. The ensemble was .7t
completed with a small white Jr yw
]Bible topped with pink roses
In 'which she carried.
Serving as attendants for the
bride wore her two daughters, >
r Misses Sandra Louise and Karen p
Saving Is Habit Forming! Chltty. Sandra was attiredin
an aqua velvel A-line dress
with white lace yoke and long ; v. HOME
gull white lace sleeves. Karen .
was similarly dressed In
bright pink.[ They each car- ; DRESSUPSALE

\\ e mention it because it's just not sn art to ried rosebuds.small arrangements of pink

start Sin cur \\ \ith\ us unless son don't mind( Serving as best man for his

Keeping it up. And as the months go b>', uncle Frostproof.was Jim Ushers B.were Hurst Son-of I iIlVf "; ,, FOR THE HOLIDAYS

ny Tenly, brother of the bride,
and > our balance goes up, and earnings James Hurst Sr. of Frostproof, I t \\i.1

increase it een more, \ ou.1I find i it I hard S.C.Robert, brothers Hurst of of Charleston the groom \\i; ;; HEAVYWEIGHTDOUBLE

and George Pierce.
to break the sa> inks habit. In fact MC hope Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly,

I parents of the bride,were hostsat
.YOU (I Oil" t. a reception following the 1 114' LP? KNIT
wedding at their home on S.
(Orange Street. Greeting guestsat
the door was Mrs. Charles Mi t.
J Darby, and inviting them Into POLYESTER FABRIC
the living Mrs. V, KliOpen :
room was SL
Don't Say We Didn't ]Peek Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ten- Mon. thru. Thurs
ly and the honored couple !informally day 9 to 6 P.M.
greeted guests in the
J living room. Frl., Sat. -- 9 to 7 P.M. $

The bride's table in the dining (Open Sunday afternoons \ l\ Sale

WARN YOU pink room lace was cloth covered and centered with a A t .\ Price I Yard

with a pink three-tiered wed- )
ding cake. Silver candelabraheld ,, Machine washable double
pink burning tapers. Cut- t sa' t '' r knit of 100% polyester never
ting the cake were Mrs. Harry T 1 needs ironing 53' 60"
Hatcher Jr. and Mrs. Drew wide fashion
Reddish. Pouring from -, and
punch dk' rc weaves Save'
one end of the table were Mrs.
'-_ ij t OUR HOURS EDeaA Marion Payne and Mrs. Ver- 6 1/.
--=. MOD Than. \ non Sllcox. Pouring punch In
: 9 A.M. to 3 PJM. .gylhGS" ;
Friday: 9A.M.: to 5:30 the family room were Mrs.
[ ;' I P.M.
f l'"mtJjr: tilt I I Closed Saturday __ Crosby George and Pierce Mrs., Mrs.Ervin James An

drews. Keeping the guest book DECORATOR
M was Mrs. Don Rardon. r f3d&

ieftf SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Others assisting In servingand
caring for the guests were AREA RUGS
Mrs. Frank Mitchell,Mrs.Harry -

o&s& Gruen Mrs. Sonny Tenly, D !'' t, 27 x 48 rugs ol 100% polyester
Mrs. Imogene Bryan, Mrs.Phil are
'The HOUSe Of (9CWSOOO.395) WEST MADISON STREET Vellenga and Mrs. Ida Lee machine washable Non-skid back,
Sayings STARKE. fLORIDA 32091 Plummer. .lI two tone design Colors.

After spending some time with 1 I master IJ i
1 their:: guests the couple left SaleS5.99
on rida.a wedding trip to South Flo-

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Mr. and Mrs. Matt Atkinsonof .
[ -K were Sudbury visiting Ontario Mr. and Candadi Mrs. 4 -. :

piJ J.C.week.Caldwell several days las) G -JT- ::4

Dr. and Mrs. William II.'! [_ "!, -,..".__ --......__. .., ,,_ Green of Arlington Va. were 1-1 2 2r
I weekend guests of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. Join-
Ing the family for Sunday dinner -
were Mr. and Mrs. R.A. It:1 -

I ville.Green Jr. and family Gaines

Mrs. Luclan Johns of Jack- db
sonville and Mrs. Gladys Ca-
nova and Miss Norma Canovaof
Starke were Saturday eve- _. 'O t
ning dinner guests of Mr. \ \.... f \
. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. ) '-
at KIngsley Lake. lIt's

: ,.1.- .. Robert Strunk who nad beet ,.
I a patient in Bradford Count; A StealON
i'I'; j Hospital with injuries received
I? R.r { I' from a fall while on a con-
struction Job in Lake Butler
: I : was moved to Alachua General
:: ; :: I Hospital last Friday.

,..n, .-' .. ....-..,. I Mrs. Edward Hudson of At- NEW and USED CARSAT
lanta spent Saturday to Tues-
Halloween Party Given ., day with her mother Mrs.Nel-

-t( >fr At First Christian Church 1t : .:-{- son Green, and family.

Mr. and Mrs.Charles Schaet
The recreation hall of the supervision of Mrs. L.L. Full- let of Atlanta were weekend Starke ChryslerPlymouthYou
First Christian Church was the wood and her committee. Re guests of her sister Mrs. F.J.
scene of a delightful Halloween freshments were served by Highlights of the evening were Shaw.
party Friday night with 30 young Mrs. Bob Smith and her cornthe spook room fortune tel-
folk and 12 adults attending. mittee. Rev. and Mrs. J.C. ler, and bobbing for apples Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Graham
The hall was decorated in the Brown conducted the games.strong on strings from the cell visited their son-in-law and
Halloween theme under the with prizes for the wlMers.Ing.. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Den- Can Save Hundreds
nis last Williams week and family in Largo Of

Halloween PartyCarlton Friends of Mr. and Mrs.L.K. Mrs. Chester Hadsock and
Whitehead will regret to learn son, Gary of Lakeland Ga. Mrs. Walter Johnson of
of the death of Mr. Whitehead's and Ralph Chltty of Valdosta. Hinesville Ga. Is spending this
and Jeannie Faulk mother Mrs.Floy Ruls of Bald- Ga. were Sunday guests of Mr. week with Mr. and Mrs. Henry DollarsOliV] !
had Halloween Satur-
day night a at the home party of their win, on Tuesday Nov. 3. and ily. Mrs. Carl Hurst and fam- Godwin.

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mike Moore and son, Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och-
Maxie Carter Sr., at Kingsley John Copollo of Jacksonvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersof lochnce Ga. is visiting her
Lake. Sunday dinner guests of Pensacola were visiting her mother Mrs. F.F. Stump this
The party was held in the Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bartlett parents Mr. and Mrs. R.A. week. Look At This 1970 '
Carter pavilion on the lake Colson over the weekend.
where music dancing and re- Miss Martha Bollinger of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Birdsallof
freshments were enjoyed by Mobile Ala. and Bill Brelandof Sgt and Mrs. James O'Brianof St. Petersburg will be week-
the 50 young folk attending.The Hattiesburg. Miss spent the Mcevllle spent the weekend end guests of Mrs. L.U. Vining .a
dock was decorated in the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. II. with their parents Mr. and and will attend the Florida-
Halloween motif for the oc G. Bollinger. Mrs T.R. O'Brian and Mr. Georgia game on Saturday. PLYMOUTH FURY !
casion. end Mrs. Robert Barksdale.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. James Cash Local admittances to Brad-
and family of Orlando were and Mrs. Robbie Shal- ford County Hospital this week i
visiting her parents Sen. and ler were in Leesburg on Sunday Include: Leon W. Williams SPORT COUPE
; Mrs. Charley Johns, over the visiting Mr. and Mrs. 11. Hampton; Mrs. Virginia Mc-
weekend.Mr. E. Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Allister Waldo; Mrs. Gerald-
Donald Weimer. Ine Anderson Lawtey; Richard -
and Mrs. J.C. Gilbertof Warren Keystone Heights;
Orlando were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs and Mrs. Margaret Locke Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allen guests of Mr. and Mrs. James and daughter Carol were visiting Bertha Pearce Mrs. Nell Noll- WAS ,
Stanwix-Hay of Gainesville announce Barron. Mr. and Mrs. William L. man Mrs. Honor Sweat Mrs. J NOW
the birth of a son John Proctor and family in Oviedo Dorothy Llzenbee Miss Lillian
Ryan on Oct. 20, at Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Van. over the weekend. Stump and Warney Adklnson
General Hospital. derlip of Tucker Ga. wen Starke. 554,49O3,49O
:Maternal grandparents are Friday overnight guests of hei Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Smoakof 55
:Mr. and Mrs. John 1\1. Shan- brother-in-law and sister Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. N.K. Hurst will returnto
barger of Starke. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.II. her home in Indianapolis
UuPre. Ind. on Saturday after ten days
lames II. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson visit with her mother Mrs.
Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mr. and Mrs. George W. W.S. Made and sister Mrs.
Hitch! of lacksonvllle announce dale spent several days last Brown were in Port Lauder- Clyde Sinclair.
the birth of a daughter Lisa week in Gatlinburg, Term. dale over the weekend attending And Look At The
Ann on Oct.27. Paternal grandmother -
is !Mrs. Grace Hitch of the pre-season showing of the Mrs. H.H. Trulove. Mrs.
new General Electric Line. Pearl O'Berry Jim O'Berry
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. M.ll.
of Portsmouth Va., Mrs. Wal-
son. Hobby and Miss Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons ter Heeman of 'lampa and Mrs.
Austin of Ga.; CLEAN; USED CARS;
Brunswick will
Bradford County Hospital announces visited Mr. and Mrs. Gurney; Bessie Blizzard of Jacksonvillewere
the weekend with
spend Mrs.
the following births: Crews and Mrs. Mary Dukesin Sunday evening visitorsof
Mrt and Mrs. James Michael Kate Sheppard. Lake Butler on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Haddock.
'J 'Illlman Glen St. Mary a son,
a son ./lames :Michael 'I 1 HlmanIr. :Mr. and Mrs. Henry-Stefanel- Mrs. C.I./ Cooper of Starke Terry Yawn of the University 1968: PLY. 1967 CHEVY.
/ ., Oct. 20. II visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Mrs. James Cooper; of of West Florida, Pensa 1968 CHEVY.
Stcfanclli and family in Jacksonville Chlefland; returned last Thursday 1 cola, was home for the week- 4 Dr. H. T. Yellow
Mr. and :Mrs.. Davis Don Saturday. from two weeks visit with end. Terry, was elected a senator 2 Door Hard Top,

Carpenter, ( SUrke 29. a son, :Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulkof friends N.C.and: relatives in Durham in the student government Air, PS., PB., Very Coupe, Air, PS, PB, J/2 Ton Pick-up, New
Marlin Dale Jcl. Charleston W. Va. recently.
Lake City were weekend Portsmouth Ohio and l/.ouisa. Clean and Solid. R., One Owner. Paint Clean.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ky. ,
\ir. and Mrs. Herman Gerald Paulk.
(.elKer Starke a daughter Mr. and Mrs.Charles Schaer- from hit sickbed ofour that complains//IP 1967 CHEVY.
India Icbecca.ov.: : 2.Ir. :Mrs... (;.W. Chalker; and Mrs. fer of Atlanta visited her father, pets: o virus aflcr/ evcrtibmlii only/ 1966 PONTIAC 1967 ''FORD
l.M.: Darby of (;Gainesville were /I..I./ Conner; and relatives here cl.f: in the family it .through!
'lucsday 1 visitors of Mrs. S.L. over the weekend. with it. 1Ton Pick-up NewPaint Bonneville, 4 Door
\ and :Mrs. Charles A. PcckSr. Custom 500 4 Door
PddKCtt, Starke a son Charles HT., Clean as New, ,
\. Padgetl.r./ ., \'Jv. I I. Seven friends gave a surprise Mrs. W.U. Thompson/ or BRIDES V-8 Engine. Loaded. PS Radio Clean.
birthday luncheon for:Mrs.. ./John Ocala former Starke resident, ,
Mover at the Holiday Inn last will leave next week for San lfeQhleri'd AlIUiI I
I'I riday.f Diego: Calif, to stay with her .N'TON'-; ( :; 1966 DODGE
-,-.-- .-.-....... d.iuihlcr-in-law.; Mrs. Ronnie 1967 DODGE 1968 OLDS
'''''''"","" ''''''' ...1U;! ... ''''..'.': )'..'' ,
JI'io..r..JT.) .''' ; > while I-U 'I liompson is in Kir' 11'1'1: 1c'1I 88 4 Door PS
1 4 ; n PB
New ./Jersey attending: :a special | Cyl., Auto. Trans., R 4 Door Sedan, PS, PB, Goodand
1 Y'' Naval Air I Force Training I/I'I'Mii'll)/:( : ': : : Air Cond., A
) KNOW YOURvvw7'ttysi.m School. 'I 1 he 'I 1 hompson lifoy MiN"I.llll..ldi.h1Iis : ( / : H.. Clean. Air Cond. Clean. Car.
who wan horn with a defective :-; Try"hinia M K.n: *

PURNITURK, t '.; t heart surgery/heart: as will soon undergo as ho: BULLINGTON'SI'llOTfXaCAI'IIV
*gains wcU'hl.Mr : BY AND STEAL
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; : V I ('harlie: Wiggins| : : :and two
; *ce children: Mochton: : Ga; were illIs; 'l'ife'. Itiidiill
;f By{ IIiU.< WILSON t : last I liday overnight: ,guests: 'l'1'.ISU YOURSELF A NICE DEAL
,NJ !of .Mrs. /1.1, Vinlnj--. Mrs. Vin- .. .-- -
J. in//: :also. : had,; .is 'I I ovtinl '-
a II: 01.1)f ) I H I 1\! r" HI t-,: /t\\: B t-. \ 1.;'. >;lit ,irucsLs; Mr. and Mrs. W.I..
; ...', ./Joiner of:Surlsola.Allwulnl : .
t I HIM, I M. IN I 1)/)/ISM(;LhE I; :...1'
f : the Deanery 1 : mcel-
24rij v* Ins; In St. Auciisllnc" ,' on Wednesday _
t Ivi.gin., ,! ;, I','\;inp! inls-,, %. weie I allicr/, lim ('ree- \ rN
t1; four Il.In" .-.",,1 l ilolliit/ i can, Mrs l Ibn ( li.iiri: |"lon', Mrs. ..
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Grace United Methodist: Sunday .
School 9:45 a.m., Worship
services 11 a.m. and 7:30 pun.
E CHECKED PRICES MYF 6:30: p.m., Choir prac-
tice Wednesday 6:30. Prayer

I D I \ ; SO YOU SAVE MONEY meeting First Baptist 7:30: p.m.: Sunday School

9:45: a.m., Worship services
L LI i r AT OUR CHECK-OUTS! 11 services a.m. and Wednesday 7:30 p.m.,7:30 Midweek p.m.

FOOD StOfit' 'Checked Prices" means Winn-Dixie is constantly examining prices 10 Church a.m., of Worhlp God: Sunday services School 11

a.m. and 7 YPE Thursday
in order to give you the lowest possible prices in the South. 7 p.m., Prayer services
j Tuesday 7 p.m.

That means you get lower regular prices and week-long specials. Highland Baptist: Sunday

GREEN School 9:45: a.m., Worship ser-
STAMPS Once you check Winn-Dixie prices, you'll cross other stores vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -
Meeting Wednesday 7:30p.m.
off your list. followed by choir practice.

:= --_____ -/ Quantity Right R...rvd We are pleased to note that
WINN Dixie. SIOHV 'INC--COPrmOMT-l, 70WD W.L. Grime is at home after
r::; fVI!. several days In Bradford County -

BRAND BOTTOM ROUNDROAST Friends of Melson Prtvett
y BOB WHITE REG. SLICED will regret to learn that he
L Is a patient In University Med-
Ica Center in Gainesville.

Friday evening a Halloween
BEEF party was given In Methodist .
BONELESS Fellowship Hall, for the '
Sunday School children. They I
took part In the costume con-
Winners for their cos-
SAVE 20c SAVE C' SAVE 38' tumes were Cheryl Jones Boyett,most prettiest original -
1 ft7p0V1IMN1 ; Douglas
/1169 50' I' ; and Sheila Southerland,
..., Wj ugliest.
They all had a good time
bobbing for apples and sing-
ing. Fruit juice and cookies
:: 1 were served by the refreshment
LJ. Rev. and Mrs. Denton and
: i 41 e1OU. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Starling
; 5. CHOICE went with a group of MYF
.,,. and friends on a hay ride to
Klngsley Lake last Thursday.
1.LB."j .
Approximately 30 enjoyed this
PKG. event.
The PTA Halloween Carnivalon
111 -
Saturday evening wasagreat:
:\r t PKG. success beginning with the delicious -
Wi4, fish supper. Approxi-
'V';' .i_ W mately 350 to 400 plates were
served.A .
FUll QTR. LOIN SLICED INTO PUNCH 10e OFF SAVE 16c THRIFTY MAID great number participatedIn

Pork 79C GT. 68c 4 BT $100HORMEL parade the cake was walk.a highlight The costume of the
Chops Detergent Catsup s
lB. BOX evening. Those with the win-
ning costumes were Darlene

Ham 3 $2" Butter I IB.PKO. 69C Peas $1 prettiest like Halloween; Tonya; and Rowe Ella the Mann most,
LB . : most original. Booths were well
patronized and so were the

Roast $129 Towels 3 BIO $100 Corn 7 $100 have record a grand breaking time.attendance.There wasa
Rump LB ROLLS I CANS Miss Elizabeth Terry has returned -
from a visit with Mrs.
John In Tallahasseeandthey
Chuck Steak LB 79C Peaches .42,0. $100| Bread 4 L6 :'88 Carolina.tives visited In Tennessee flrnds and and North rela-

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lind-
sey of Gainesville were visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruceon
Sunday. Marcus and Lucinda -
Sunday with the Llndseys
and returned with them on Sun-

and Mrs. Paul Dlnklns
and David were visiting their
( r L+' Limit On.Coll/ *W/JJ./ or Mar Pvrchaio Eicludinr, ;",. .".. respective parents Mr. and
.., GnVW IS Npr.PmlNpP l+ C''. loo.,'0..Wits/ 00"0'0....hol.... c" yNNy, : Mrs. Paul L. DInkins and Mr.
and Mrs. C.F. Carter on Sun-

,c day.Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Wil
/ liams of Jacksonville were vis-
SAVEr iting Mrs. Ed: Durban on Sat-
.. 10c All LOGGERS GRINDS Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Putney
and children of Jacksonvillewere
SAVE COFFEE Sunday visitors of Mrs.
Mamie Futch.
20 J LB. Mr. and Mrs.!! !Harry Pad-
CAN 79c gett of Maxvlllo visited Mr.
and Mrs. Lee R. Green dur-

as t"a' ing Visiting the week.Mr. and Mrs. L.M.
McClellan Monday was Mrs.
Mary Bostwlck of Vero Beach.
48.0%. Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore
LB and Micky attended servicesat
BAG LB. First Baptist Church in Jacksonville -
on Sunday and were
CAN dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

SAVE 24c Danny Mrs.Thompson.Martha Strickland and

children of Hazelhurst, Ga visIted -
Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Pear-
PURPOSE ASTOR FROZEN ORANGE SAVE lOc son for the weekend. Saturday

BAG. 59C Juice 6 601. 89C THRIFTY MAID ICE MILK OR Vernon visitors Nichols were Mr.of Starke and Mrs.and
. CANS SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR they all attended the Halloween
CORNALL CRISP SAVE 47c EGGO Carnival and enjoyed the fish

mbers 5 FOR39C Waffles .3 I 13 01.PKGS.. $100| ICE CREAM and attended Mrs. W.the Stephensand Greater -


Apples .13 FOR $100] PizzaMORTON 50 .5(5VE(&SAUSAGE Oe) 1"01. 49C79s day Mr.evening.and Mrs. L.P. Rafuse
SAVE 38eHALF entertained Mrs. Bertha Stucky
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Benson
2 ND'39c Dinners 11-01 and Mr. daughters and Mrs. of Harold Jacksonville!Norman: ,
J ? FOR if and daughters and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Harley and daugh-
EARS ters with a fish fry on Friday

Onions BAG29C Pies 3 :;; 89C GAL. evening.Mr.Waldo. and. were Mrs. visiting Maceo Tysonof their

son-in-law and daughter Mr.
10 IB 89c Crabs 99c and Mrs. Mitchell Brown on

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ween Carnival Saturday night
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conversion try but BUS' Tim sive end Charles Wright pulledoff i:
Striking quickly, Bradford's Murphey fired up to make the a slick interception of a Yds. Rushing 181 83 vines.GLASS:
Tornadoes scored one touch- tackle and preserve the Tor- Aric Kirkland screen pass. Yds. Passing 10 63 i
down then hung on for a 7-6 j nadoes' 7-6 lead. Wright knocked down the same Passes Compl. 1-4-2 6-21-1

win over Clay High In Green Green Cove could make pass earlier in the game and, Fumbles Lost 1 1 EVERY PURPOSEMirrors I
only FOR
Cove Springs Friday night,Oct. two first downs In the second apparently, had been waiting Punt Avg. 4-32 6-37 i
30. ". half Tornado his chance for it to be thrown Penalties 29 47 x
It was the second win of the :t.!" against a tough again. $

season for BHS against four d defense.42-yard run But one by quarterback came on a It game BUS possession on Score by Quarters: t FOR EVERY PURPOSE i
losses and tie Green Cove the Green Cove BHS70007
a 35. Successiveruns
Arc Kirkland in the third
has won only one game In 1970. 'I 1 iod. Green Cove gained pos-per- by Malachl Henry, Brad -0600-6 ft SHEA'SGLASS t

Receiving the opening kickoff session on a pass interceptionby Carter, Jimmy Alvarez, and 1
the Tornadoes drove 53 @ Jeff QB Dean Johns gave BUS a Touchdowns:
yards In 11 plays for a 7-0 On first Ownby down from his 30 first down at the Devils' 22. BHS I 1) D. Johns, one-foot run CO. I
lead with 7:38: left In the first Kirkland spurted around his Johns ran the keeper for four on QB sneak. Johns EP kick # m-4.m J72-41JJ

period. right end, evading several of yards and the fullback, Carter, good. k::: mi N.W. 4sb. 'Ieeei.
After finding out they were Ill'110 drove to the 12-yard line throughthe GC I 1) Gainey,35 yd pass from Geh'.111e. fc:.,

going to get slaughtered, the tackles what appeared, and ran to be to sure the Tor-BHS middle of the GC defense. QB Kirkland. Ep run by l Kelly ..............................'................:o.>.>.:.......,...:;;.;:Xi>> ;
Blue Devils put their touch- ... nado 28 before he was dragged On third down and inches shy of failed.
down on the board with 2:08: down by Tim Murphey, who first, QB Johns fired a bulletup
left In the first half when QB out-maneuvered two Green the middle Intended for Tim
Aric Kirkland passed 35 yardsto I Cove blockers to make the tac Murphey in the endzone.
tight end Keith Gainey. : kle. Murphey was the last man But Green Cove QB Kirkland
BUS' Tim Murphey fired up between Kirkland and the goal; who goes two ways, hawked the GRIFFISGrocery
to tackle GC's Russell Kelly .':, his tackle saved the victoryfor ball on the one, stopping the

behind the line as Clay High """ .i BHS, and was the second BHS threat.
attempted a run for a two point .11iP!" : time Murphey prevented Green Green Cove had five first
conversion. .. Cove from taking the lead. downs to nine for the Tornadoes and Meat Market
Green Cove threatened in the Though they controlled the and 146 yards to 191 for

third period when QB Kirkland ball most of the second half, BHS. 625 Brownlee St.
broke loose on a 43 yard run the Tornadoes couldn't sustaina

on the keeper. A personal foul .. : drive. STATISTICS
In addition, against the BUS opportunityin Wete
penalty Tornadoes; defense pushed Clay .'" .".. ,.. ... .m".' ."...,_. .._ ,. .. 'r"H__.'" the fourth got a period golden to Increase BHS GC

High back. their slim margin when defen- First Downs 9 5 Se ingtpS3UIll9S0I
BHS threatened in the fourth MFA7H

period, driving on the groundto Wayne Testone tackles Blue Devil QB Aric Kirkland. The quarterback gave BIIS
the Green Cove 12. But QB trouble with his passing and running. He completed a pass for a 35-yard touchdownand
Johns elected to go to the air had the longest run of the night 42 yards. Distance Runners
and (the Devils' Kirkland intercepted -
at the one yard line.
In contrast to previous games sneaked for the score on fourth my Alvarez put a hard tackle ey and at the same time watch- Top Tough Union SMOKED half or Whole
the Tornadoes, as Coach David down. The BUS quarterback onRodney Dunston as the Blue ing the path of the ball over-
lIurse had stated, establishedtheir kicked the point after and BUS Devil receiver caught the ball. head. He caught Gainey justas BaconIb. 39c
running game. Sophomore held a 7-0 lead with 7:38 left Two keeper plays at the Tor- the ball arrived, but look- Beating a tough Union High ey In 14:09 and Junior Holland
fullback Brad Carter drove for in the first period. nado right end netted Green ing back over his head Alvarez cross country team25-30, Tor- Corbitt was 13th at 14:56.:
121 yards in 19 carries for Cove's quarterback six yards.On lost his balance and Gainey nado harriers recorded their Fill, Lott, and Lowery were
most of BHS' 181 yards rushing.It Green Cove's first offensive third down Kirkland passedto outwrestled him for the pig- ninth win of the season, against close behind the leaders, Jonas Brisket Stew 3 lbs. $1 .00
was the finest night a Tor- play of the game netted lOyards the right sideline to Keith skin. four losses and a tie, in Lake and Paterson. Fill over-
nado back has enjoyed this sea- before sophomore defensive Gainey. Gainey came across Gainey caught the pass on Butler Saturday, Oct. 31. came Lake Butler's Goody In
son in running the football. back Wayne Testone made the field and BUS Jimmy Alvarez the five yard line, got loose Lake Butler had beaten the the stretch for his third place. Chuck Steak
BUS threw only four passes, stop for BITS. failed to pick him up until the from Alvarez and scored the Tornado distance runners and Griffis, Hodges, and Corbitt 59c

two of which were picked off The Tornado defense, which Clay receiver had several stepson Green Cove touchdown with 2:08: finished runner at the recent improved their efforts, and or Roast Ib. _
by an alert Blue Devil secondary Burch, Thomas, Chandler,
him. Lee Invitational at Imeson Air-
Green left in the second period.
Cove all
proved tough on
QU Johns completed only Clark, and Roberts also Improved -
That left Alvarez with the port in Jacksonville. Palatka
occasionalbig The Blue Devils pitched out
night except an
one pass, a 10-yarder to split play by the Blue Devils, chore of catching up with Gain- to Russell Kelly) on a two point South also topped to Tornadoesat their times Coach hoper Hamburgerlb.59cU.S. .
in the first
end Tim Murphey says.
then stopped Green Cove. A the big Jacksonville meet,
half, the only pass he threw but last week the Tornadoes beat
pass to the left flat by Kirkland Florida Star Conference
the first half.
Palatka in a dual meet and now GOODROUND
went incomplete, end Charles iI schools will meet together this
Wright held tailback Alex Par- has beaten Union High. Palatka STEAK lb. 95c
PLAYBYPLAYMurphey Saturday, Nov. 7, at -
ker to a yard, then Malachl "Some of our lost prestigewas
took Kelly's game South for a district tuneupon
Henry broke upa I Kirkland bombto ; regained in a fine close the Ravine Gardens course.
his 28 and
opening kick-off on Ga Iney. win over Lake Butler," Coach SIRLOIN lb. 98c
returned twisting and squirm-
Green Cove 's longest drive George Loper noted. The Tornadoes sched-
are on
ing, to the Tornado 47- 'ard- "
Four of Bradford's five top 49c
prior to their touchdowns was ule with their workouts, Coach Boston Butts Ib. -
line.Malachi only 22 yards. runners ran under 13 minute:, but still have
Henry got the first Loper says, a
call for the Tornadoes, responding in the Butler meet,which should lot of hard work and prepara- NECK BONES 5 Ibs. $1.00
Midway the second period, : help BUS for the district Championships tion ahead.
with an elghtyardgainover however, a 49-yard Blue Devil ? later this month, Lo
right tackle before theDevils'
punt took a Green Cove bounce per says.
Otis May made the stop.
and stopped on the BUS one Senior captain Buddy Paterson -
On second down the hard running _
yard line. The Tornado recei- and Lake Butler's Earl
HIIS fullback, Brad Car- ver, Dean Johns, let the punt Jonas ran neck and neck all
ter, 190-10, ran right tackle roll as he is coached to do if th 2-1/2 miles with Jonas finishing -
for 10 yards, getting a first first second. Paterson's ONE SHOT SPECIAL
it hits Inside the 20 and looksas by a I
down at the Green Cove 35. second time
if its going into the endzone. place was
Johns lost ground on the QB
The Tornadoes failed In three 12:33.
keeper at right:: end, then went "'- ------" -------- -- ---
running plays to make a first Sophomore Richard Fill was
back to Carter three straight
times. down, ending up half a yard BUS linebacker Malachi Henry hits a Green Cove third at 12:39: freshman Syl-
Johns punted 30 yards vester Lott was fifth at 12:58: ,
The WIS fullback got three shy. receiver and jars loose what would have been a com-
to the BITS 41 where BUS' Jim- sophomore Jimmy Lowery was
yards at t the left side, then pleted pass.
spurted through left tackle for sixth at 12:59: and freshman .
IIIards.. lie went down when Youth ChargedIn NOTICEMr. I Mi I rx Sri Gerald Griffis was ninth In --------

he fell over the ne\ils hirk-: Ellsworth B. Allen and 13:44: to garner Bradford's 25
hind 1 who had been blocked to B&EAt Miss Frances J. Taylor has I'or II UIIIC'C'ulI') i IIl|| <.! points.

the ground. Farmers MutualCash made application to the Brad- Freshman Mark Hodges fin- ""'"
\\ Ith a first down at the 23, ford County Zoning Board for A fish fry is scheduled tomorrow ished eleventh, out of the mon-
Carter hit left tackle again reclassification of the property Friday, Nov. 6, priorto
for 17 big yards, longest run checks, and property described below from Open the homecoming football
of the drive. He was finally with a total value of approximately Rural to Mobile Home Park: game by the Bradford Band
stopped at the Green Cove six $500 were stolen from The South 300' of North 500' Boosters at the high school GO
bard line by C.C linebacker Farmers Mutual Exchange between of NE1/4 of NE1/4 of SE1/4 cafeteria. JacksonvilleBusiness -G @
Ilex Parker. midnight and daylight North of State Road S-100-a A menu of fish, cole slaw,
Johns got two yards up the Thursday, Nov. 29 accordingthe in Section 10, Township 7 baked beans, hush puppies anda
GC middle on the keeper, but Information released by the South Range 22 East Contaln- drink will be served for
Jima. \lvarcz was stopped sheriff's office. Inc 4-:\cres m1.A $1.25 for adults and 75< for
cold on second down from the Tom Lindsey, 20-year-old public hearing will l be heldon children 12 years of age and i.- I
four. However, Green Covewas !Negro: is being held under this re-classlflcation on No- under. Dinner will be served
penalized half the distance to $2,500 bond on a charge of vember 24th, 1970 at 7:30: P.M. from 5:30: p.m. to 7:30: p.m. :
the goal on a personal foul breaking and entering and grand in the County CommissionersRoom As part of the Homecoming
infraction. Repeating second larceny In connection with the at the Court House. program, reservations of tables Directory
down Alvarez got one yard to theft. Lindsey had been employed will be made for previous gra- _
the Devils' one yard line. Car- at Farmers Mutual for John Torode, Chairman duating classes. Tables may be
ter smashed to the one foot about a week preceding the Bradford County; Zoning reserved by phoning Mrs. Tom Auto Sales and Service
line on third down and Johns theft. Board Casey at 964-7757 or 964-8550.
\Ills\ 2t 11/12 ,
from the fish fry Parrish MotorsSALES

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; coaches It."We. 19 carries, a 6.5 yard average. game, both his running and his
Bradford football are
4 you're gonna have. If we'd had "Our offensive line Improved play at defensive end.
7-6 played according our
Tabbed happy with their Tornadoes' the attitude should have back Malachi Henry
Best jompetition. Competition dic- we tremendously." says Coach Running
win over Clay High School last we'd have beaten them four Mike Sexton. "It wall their best also did a good Job running the
tates the kind of attitude
tV but are not satislfled "
or five touchdowns, says Head overall offensive effort." football against Clay High, the
Coach David Hurse. coach said."Mali's .
Everybody, up and down the
"We were happy to get backon line did a good job, Coach gonna break loose
In 15 Years LOGoByBF 12-0 the winning side. It's Just Sexton said. one of these days," Hurse pre
1 es that I don't believe our kids That means Charles Wright dicts. Henry has the speed and

developed any more self con- Danny Jackson, Len Register, the moves, Hurse notes. "We
Tabbing Fernandina's OLI fidence." Gene Harris Bob Dyal, and just haven't been able to break
Pirates the hest performing It the second Tornado "
was him loose.
Gary Melvin. Dyal did a good
football team their players: have faced this season. IS[ JV victory against four defeats and Job on his trap blocking, Sex- Coach Sexton also praisedth

Tornado coaches still !say their charges have a good one tie. Bradford High beat ton said. Danny Jackson and e defensive performance of

chance to win their homecoming game tomorrow night. Baker County 41-6 in the season Gene Harris turned In by far the Tornadoes, although noted
opener, then went six games their best offensive perfor- Green Cove didn't do all that

Tabbing Fernandina's Piratesthe Fullback Live Oak's Bulldogs took advantage victories over Orange Park and before they edged Green Cove mances of the season, the coach much running against team.
best performing football 12, has Alonzo Autry, 180- of their breaks and Eastside of Gainesville. 7-6 Friday night. In between said. The Blue Devils stayed spreadout

team their players will have hard good speed and he's a slipped 12-0 past Bradford In they tied Bishop Kenny 14-14, Jackson 220 pound senior to pass most of the night.
this runner. He was the top lost 8-7 to a good St. Augus- QB Aric Kirkland threw
faced season Tornado coa- Pirate junior varsity In a tightly fought tackle, garnered Lineman of Clay
ches still say their charges Ed Cook runner against Bolles. defensive game. STATISTICS tine team, fumbles four times the Week honors for his offensive 21 times, but completed only
,alternates with and lost 27-14 to Live Oak and six for 63 yards. Most
have a good chance to win Autry. Live Oak scored on a 35- performance.The passes
BITS LO and went down 21-6 before Pal- Blue Devil yardage came on
their homecoming game tomorrow Fernandina yard reverse with 6:44: remaining offensive line's Im-
has two big tac First Downs 6 3 atka. Three of the losses
night. in the first quarter and on were proved performance contributed big plays, sue h as KIrkland's
"If our offensive line getsto kles. Wyche Bryce, a name an 8-yard plunge with 54 sec- Rushing Y ds. -5 85 the opponents' homecominggame. greatly to the improved Tor- 42 yard run or the 35-yard
to the Tornadoes, is a x Passing Yds. 54 50 he threw to Keith
work and If we can play onds remaining in the half. nado running game, coaches pass
without our usual number of 218 pound senior this year. He The Bulldogs defense devas- Passes 11-4-0 9-3-2 "Man, they're really getting Indicate. All except 10 yards Gainey for the Clay score.

mistakes, I think we can win," is a tough, aggressive football v tated the Bradford line and Fumbles I 3 back at us for all the times of the 191 yards gained came Coach Hurse noted that It
Head Coach David Hurse states. player, the one Pirate coaches dumped quarterback Ronnie Penalltles 30 25 we've beaten them. They'd bet- on the running game, a sharp was not the responsibility of
talk to on the sideline during h'L ter do It while they can!Coach Alvarez to Gain-
Fernandina will bring a 6-1-1 time Hall eight times behind the contrast to the Tornadoes'per- Jimmy cover
record to Starke. They have outs. Bryce also holds line of scrimmage.The Scoring by quarters: Hurse states. formances. ey on the 30-yard deep pass.

been beaten only by powerful His down a defensive tackle spot. game proved to be a defensive BUS- 0000-0 Back of the week award for "We had to establish our run- but that the Tornado defensive
That running mate offensively : LO-6600 the Green Cove contest, of safety was responsible for sucha
Lake City. score was 25- is battle as neither team ning game, Coach Hurse said
6, but at halftime the score Cary Gill, 22011. Gill isn't ....... ..._ could sustain an offensive drive. course, went to sophomore full this week. "I think we did." he pattern.The safety broke down
exeptionally fast but ---- --
never Touchdowns back Brad Carter. Turning in and Alvarez from his
was tied 6-6. Bolles foughtthe The Bulldogs, normally a pas- : added. lIurse termed Brad Carter's came spot
quits, BUS scouts say. L.O. 1)) Johnny Champliss on the finest rushing performanceof four yards deep to cover the
Pirates to a 0-0 deadlock.We \ sing team, were forced to run performance a "very out-
realize Fernandina is a Guard Steve Kelley Is a top 3lary Joyce Menu: Rivesit the ball in the foul weather, an 8 yard run. 2) Johnny Cham- any Tornado back this sea- standing effort." Carter, he play. He was the only Tornado

real good football team with football linebacker player.and lie a is 170 a defensive the ole "Kill Rah Kah"for while Bradford, a running team, bliss on an 35 yard run. son, Carter gained 121 yards In noted, is Improving with every near the Clay receiver.AAAAAAAA.
pound HIIS.
probably the best personnel In senior. Center Bill Miller was forced to go to the air. ..... ...... ...
the last 15 years," Coach Hurse 12, blocks well and gives, 170-his Bradford took the opening kick ................ A.A. y
says. But he adds he thinks quarterback off, but had to punt it away on
BUS coaches have come up Ed good snap. End Speeders fourth and 10. Live Oak returnedthe ESTABLISHED 1904
with a solid game plan for 145-12, is another punt down to the Bradford GRAND PRIZE:

Friday's 8 p.m. contest. "I fast two from way the man.cornerback He comes spot.up Fined At 39. The Bulldogs then on third BodcockbNMNITURE fWJ L R [EIE WHOLE HOUSEFULOF

think we've got a real good The Tonadoes, In other and five from the 35, scoredon and APPLIANCES
chance. words, have their work cut a 35 yard run by Johnny
Fernandina has the best Plea DayAfter Chambliss. Up to 100 square yards)
out for them. That's something
over-all player personnel the The PAT was unsuccessfuland
Bradford High coaches Your choice, of
Tornadoes will have faced this and freely admit.Zoning realize the Bulldogs took an early FOR THESE FREE AWARDS! 'I. Ihregdltatab.: anCarpet wt carry.
season Defensive Coach Mike pleading guilty to speed- 6-0 lead. y I This also. Include Peddlng end InlUllition. ,

Sexton says. The Pirates don't ing over 90 miles per hour in Live Oak made their own 1

do anything other teams don't, Board a pick-up truck, a 22-year-old break on the next series of 100 STORE VALUES Over $1,000.00 Value
but they get top performancesfrom Jacksonville man was sentencedto downs, as a Bradford punt was
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that way, the BUS defensive Day In County Court TuesdayOct. Bradford 15. The Bulldogs then

coach says. Monthly Meetingsregular 27. scored on second down with a USE BADCOCK'S A Message To Our Customers and friends.
The Pirates will also bringto In addition, Bradford County;' 22 yard screen past, but the "Thank You" for making it possible for us to reach this' goal 01 J 100 times: We '
Starke a good defensive ball Judge Theron A. Yawn finec play was called by as a Bull- to continue to bring you the very best values in furniture Moor Covering A|)|> ,
club. They run a four man monthly meetings for James R. Etheridge $101 and dog was caught holding. Live Home Entertainment' We ra gjeatly!, indebted to you, our cusloini-ti, 'tin jlloi'\K/ \
front with a four deep pass the Bradford County Zoning suspended his driving licensefor Oak was then unable to score EASYLAYAWAY serve you. S jtf-i7' if S / I \
Board have been scheduled for &***,s.aJes' 4.j..J I3-.Pu.
defense and three linebackers, the last Tuesday in each monthat 60 days. Etheridge was arrested and handled the ball over to ll / Chairman of the Bud, P'e"d"nl 11 A
a formation the Tornadoes have about 9 p.m. Sunday, Bradford on downs.In .
used this season. 7:30: p.m. in the County Com- Oct. 25, by Deputy Sheriff Ko the second quarter, Brad-
mission of the Bradford 10 fiRST PRIZES
Bigger than the Tornadoes, bert Green. ford was kept deep In their own 100 SECOND PRIZES

the Fernandina offensive team County courthouse.The decision .to meet Three other persons pleaded territory with Live Oak threat- PLAN 10 GENERAL ELECTRIC 100 EUREKA V /AlA

averages 174 pounds, 180 at regularly guilty to speeding at excess- ening. A key pass interceptionby BLACK and WHITEPORTABLE
made Zoning
pounds in the line. They have was a ive rates and were fined as Earl Wilkerson stopped Live VACUUM CLEANERS L
Board session on October 28 TV's
the best offense and defense follows: Oak the first time, but the
Tornado scouts have seen this when an application for per- Aurelio Felix Maestas, $101; Bulldogs couldn't be denied a NOW o a All 74 tq channel Inch' viewing VHF' UHf area a Baked enamel finish' ,
mission to and e On wheel for
season. The Pirates are tabbeda construct oper- Donald Eugene Ward, $101 and second time, as Live Oak a Built" ,in VHF antenna a 7 Pe. tool let' (ea included v moving)

big, aggressive team with ate Griffis a mobile home reviewed.park The on Ellen Louise Sweeney, $76. scored on an 8-yard run by FOR $99.95 Value $39.88 Value REE' Flo
Loop was
and Andrew With Purchase
speed and great pursuit. Leo Clayton Johnny Chambllss with 54 sec-
Best offensive plays for the area is now zoned agricultural.If Taylor McCurry pled guil- onds remaining in the half.Bradford's NOTHING TO 8UV-TOL NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WINI! II of $39.95
the application to rezone Is logitter as olttn/ ai you with A. Ids mil be made alter > More
D.rI or
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Pirates are off tackle on the ty to driving while intoxicated.Each only scoring notlfwmneri by letter from Corporal, in 011,.... lr
right side and between the tac- granted, the developers would was fined $151 and lost threat came early In the third CHRISTMAS If viu win an. Item you haw alread purchiwd during the lOOih Store Hiomotien, ,. E! A
Install a $25,000 dis- 1 yr* lM/ receive a full' refund' ,
sewage "; '
kle and guard on the left side his driving license for 90 days. luarter; when a Bulldog pass
and abide all
posal by
on dives and a power sweep system was picked off by Stan Red- ,.
state it said.
regulations, was
and the option.Quarterback. SERVICEMENCoast : dish and returned down to the
No sites for
Darrell Benner, were designated Live Oak 22. The Tornadoesthen )
175-11, throws real well and is mobile home courts on the Guard Petty; Officer drove down to the four SENSATIONAL BIKE VALUES !
original zoning so re-
a good runner. lie likes to run is wherever Third Class Homer V. Duck, yard line, only to fumble on the 'd

the option more than he pit- zoning they are located.necessary Several mobile son of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasV. fourth down.In .
ches out. Benner is rated a a game which proved
home parks are already Duck Jr. of Lawtey, has very ROADMASTER
top football player by BUS coa- located on Griffis Loop, but returned to Miami Beach froma disappointing for Starke, the
ches. month-long patrol aboard Bradford fans did manage to 20"
.\ 170-pound junior, O'N'ell, were established before county- the Coast Guard Cutter An- smile whenEarl Wilkerson went zd a S t1

Tyler, is the Pirates' best wide zoning was adopted. droscoggin.The to huddle up..... In the wrong j t !?" CONVERTIBLE BIKE

runner and has the best moves huddle.It \jn1
patrol area, manned by v>
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BUS scouts say Ilealsoplajsmiddle the Coast Guard, is between was the final game of the ', 1t_ I. 1 \\j| V oiivurts( twin buy, V ,,ID t
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defensive linebacker, CHKISTMXS PACKAGES Bermuca and the Azores. The season for the Baby Tornadoes.The >B- flamboyant red
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team. Anyone knowing addressesof aid for trans-Atlantic season with a 2-4-1 mark, with 'lM\) t %
Halfback Bill Ueper. 150-12, stat- ,
Bradford County men aircraft and rescue vessel.
is fast and a top receiver, lie ioned In Vietnam is asked to i, $3995a
beat Bolles and Palatka on the please contact :Mrs. Jeanne Sgt. Ardel F. Brannen son Sgt. Brannen is an electronics 4DfL ;

fly .attorn. Leeper is also a Loper, phone 964-5334, so the of :Mr. and :Mrs. R.A. Bran systems repairman assigned to 1
two way man, holding down Junior \\Oman's Club may senda nen has arrived for duty at Headquarters 13th Air Force. .
the left halfback position de- Christmas package. Clark Air Force Base Philip- Sgt. Brannen graduated from -
fensively. pines. BUS class of 1967. 4lLL ,

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r Engines 1'Marshall' Captures opened.Both .Deputy; Dempsey ant A TO ZConatruction

Marshall Jordan say definitely
(Continued from Page One) trr iContinued from Page One) At ly Gibbs and Lewis are not the Co.

nominees tor Cabinet posts. Installation of one 1,750 KW Robbers LawteyTwo same ones who committed the
Dade County; Senator Richard[ earlier B&E's at the jiffy store For All Your ]Remodel
unit by an $800,000
Stone received[ 2,762 Bradford issue In 1973 with a 2,000 KW men armed with a sawed talking several minutes Glbbs and Waters Grocery.A Ing Necdi of General.
votes tor Secretary of State to jacket worn by one of the C9fttnetlnc.:
or larger unit. off shotgun were apprehendedearly came out from behind the coun-
945 for Ms Republican opponent The council however has Monday by Marshall M.M. ter. The marshal! stayed outside men Monday connected the pair CONTACTW.
with B&E Waters and
Don Meiklejohn. Stone won ,1 never bought the idea of two Jordan as they were In the and held Clbbs at gun the at
statewide with a margin of over ta bond Issues so close together. process of robbing the Handl- point. same night Deputy; Dempsey L. FOWLERAT

200,000. Another drawback was that the Way Store In Lawtey.Investigation Jordan then talked Gibbs Into says. Ilooten'atnvesttgatlonhasresulted In the of 964-7605 or 964.5289
plant's firm capacity; would not has also Implicated getting Lewis to come out recovery
the tools
be Increased until 1973. Firm the pair In the break- from the back room by tell- anddoNingtakenfromWaters FREE ESTIMATES
Democrat Robert Shevin power is the plant's capacity; Ing and entering of James Wa ing him If he didn't come out Grocery.
swept Bradford more than four- I minus Its largest operating u- ter Grocery In Lawtey Sunday someone was going to get hurt.. Lewis, according to Deputy
to-one with 2.959 votes to only, R night. If he had stepped Into the building Dempsey, has served time toNe
704 for Republican Thom Rum- nit.Chairman Nell Tucker has Arraigned Monday morningIn Jordan thinks the pair might state prison at Raiford for
berger. Shevln also scored an rwI pointed out that Wilson's proposal County; Court and chargedon have opened up on him with breaking and entering. r
Imposing two-to-one victory in ,I would mean a saving of two counts of breaking and the shotgun. The two men entered the Han-
statewide votJng.Incumbent .u :$450,000, $1 million compared entering are James C. Clbbs The marshall! held the men di-Way store by knocking the
State ComptrollerBud r' to the R, S &; H recommen- 29, Macclenny and William at bay until the Starke police glass partially out of one door
Dickenson led the ticketin ,, dation which would have totaled Lewis, 23, Lake City.; Both arrived. City; Patrolman Pat and prying It open with a crowbar
Bradford Tuesday with 3- Ar ,,.gyp $1.450,000 In 1970 and are being held in the Bradford Henry and Glen Sapp and Deputy .
249 votes for afivetooneblitz 1973. County; Jail without bond. ; Sheriff John Dempsey assisted -
of Republican James P.Sabatino Tucker stresses however Arriving at the Jiffy food Jordan. Deputy; Dempseyand
611. Dickinson'sstatewide that last Thursday's sessionwas store about 4:15: a.m. Monday, Jim Hooten of the smteattorney's .
total was almost 3- merely to get "Ideas to Jordan saw one man dart IntoNe office are conduct- 70:0.95tole
to-1 over his challenger.For kick around." back room and another ing an Investigation Into the
Commissioner of Education Wilson told the Council the crawling behind the counter. case.
incumbent Democrat city's; predicted demand for Jordan said he fired a warn- Nothing was missing from
Floyd Christian received 2,872 \ernor-dect; Itriibin: Askew tri>.',ht) is pictured: power is growing at 10 per ing shot Into the air and calledto the jiffy store. Marshall Jor- 666II
Bradford votes to 895 for Chris Republican with Union' (Count Sheriff John Whitehead at thehvriff's cent per year faster than the the men to come out. After,: dan slad the two men had thestore's .
R.L. eight per cent which had been check writing machineon
tian's statewide win[ was about annual p-irv( held at the old Whitehead predicted earlier. take about a to complete the floor when he arrived
2-to-l. farm on Nv Ii\rr{ last t S.iturdnv afternoon. Thisl'ar's A plant expansion means another expansion of year the power plant. and apparently, had been experimenting -
For the post of Public Democrat Ser- > alherin>; wti'ol the hiiruest> : and best ever bond issue, said Coun- The city; now Is a year behind with It. Only tool
vice Commissioner iltended hv approximately 1.011; persons. cilman Jimmy McRae, and the the R, S &; H expansion and a few Items of clothing
Wm. fI. Bevis[ carried Bradfort:
big question is what the were taken from James Wa-
for Republican _mm __. city; schedule In beginning Its en-
with 2,861 votes to 759 _
can afford to do in that respect largement.City ters Grocery.
David L. Llndsey. forcemeat failures were also compact as Hampton.Commissioner Chairman Neil Tucker bond trustees last Gibbs and Lewis were apparently -
Bradford County continued aired. Road conditions and inadequate com- ; May I
then questioned how long !twill after only money and ..
recommended expansion of the -
voting, esta- additional with ,
record of heavy drainage were mented that the meeting
take the auditor to prepare tools to carry out the jiffy
plant to the Council. In Au-
blished when it led the state in gripes. turnout, was per-
a large
a financial feasibility; study the store B&E Deputy Dempseysays.
gust plant equaledIts
the First Primary. :More than The County Commissioners haps a first step In building Scott agreed to begin work THE ORIGINAL CUSHION SHOES
4,000 voters went to the polls replied that they were financially more cooperation between city; Immediately on the report. watts.firm That capacity meant; of is 5,650 the larg-kIlo- A truck with Columbia County nociion. M/.101 Aneiiii. [..LIYOUR ... THE FIRST NAME IN

here Tuesday approximately unable to assist in any and county government. It was understood Scott will est generator >in the plant, the ; license was parked at the E.1XOUTOX.. SK. S3IALL CARS'
70 percent of the 5,923 who are of these areas. is a final decision -
pending base his study on a $1 I mil- 1.750 KW Worthington would Phillips[ 66 service station next INOCOUN6LOR.
qualified here. One long-time resident oi on whether or not to lion bond issue and on alter break down with to the store and has been confiscated J>ATSUNGAINESVILLE
All above county totals Include Hampton observed that she was referendum on power usageat
call special
a natives if Is '
the city; unableto by the county.
that level the plant would ITAR"I, r LA. afoot
absentee ballots. well satisfied with the present the unincorporation issue. Although that
assume large an
structure of city government, It is believed that e- barely enough capacity; to sup-
and seemed to feel that dIs- nough names have been withdrawn sue.City ply the demand. Should demand This was the third time In .R. I sox sea PHONK, B3J.2081 2nd Ave 2nd St. S. E.
Merrill Edwards climb higher it would mean eight months the jiffy store
Gainesville Florida
Hampton content was stirred up by new- from the original petition ,
the with questioned if the city; can afford the plant would be unable to has been robbed. The first time
to community referendum
comers requesting the -
the $1 million venture, meet the city's; needs was In the second week after
''CJIIUnuc: :! from Page One in the last few years. to Invalidate it, some pointing out that In the first
"Those who are dissatisfied of the opinionthat
councilmen are year the city; would face expenditure -
the U.S. Farm and Home Administration are at liberty; to move elsewhere it might be a good Idea of an additional $80-
for a grant or ," another commented to let the matter go to a vote 000.
loan. The final decision on this and brought a round of applause and settle it once and for all. Wilson pointed out (it will
application [is not expected for .
at least 18 months. Some water Fred Watterson, a former l .eriilwe
and sewage plans, however, resident, reminded[ the group t ,
may be required by state law that (if Ilampton became unincorporated -
in the near future it was pointed the community NOTICE
out. would come under the new zoning t t ,
Fire protection on the pre- regulations adopted by the J
sent volunteer basis would be county this year Rigid: ordi- THE G.E.D. EXAMINATION
continued even if the city should nances pertaining! to septic ,
it tanks, outdoor privies, etc. t
become unincorporated was
pointed out, since the present would apply at least to any Will Be Administered

setup is an area-wide arrange- new construction it was pointed [ In February 1971 in Dining Room
ment with cooperation from the out. County Commissioners t t tt your

Florida Forest Service.Dissatisfaction with[ police find agreed these regulations that citizens[ difficult would Itcgistration i is Mill being! accepted in American

protection at the school traffics to abide by in a community as Hi-ioiy ;md J Ilit-h School' IteivwBRADFORDUNION

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s | F three Choirs will celebrate asking members to please of Henrv Tomllnaon. deceased .4
their anniversary. The publicis cooperate with this activity; Judicial In 1'11. tlrrtilt Clrcnlt Court Of FlnrldnSa Rlithth' are hcrebv file notified anv claims and. Costume prize winners were
required to
invited to attend.EBENEZER to make It a success. Please Ana For llrnilfortl Count or demand which they may Shellee Raley most appropriate
BAPTIST Church remember your obligations. t'h" ArtlnnCHUB hay. aKBlnut the wild estate HAMPTON to Hallowe'en; Doll Waters -
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Bible Rev. Jenkins will close out Duvttl Federal>o. Snvlnprs roe: And In judge the of office Ttradford of the County.counts prettiest; Mike Meng us-

Class has been changed from this conference year the third Loon Association Of JncKsonvllle Florida In the Oourhouse ...tBr..ICol'd By Mr*. D. E. BID llest; and Martin Mersey, most

Thursday night to Monday night. Sunday in this month and will va-, n.a B.corporation Crosby, anti Plaintiff.Martha within six County.calendar month. original.
Rehearsal for the Senior Choir leave for the Annual Confer Crosby bin wife Defendant from the date of the first. 44
I News will be held Tuesday Nov. 14. ence in Palatka, Nov. 17. To Notice! ; Mnrtha Of Sult-So I Crogbv.: Property In careof ; Each publication clnlm or of demand. thin notlc must PERSONALS

Miss Ebenezer Contest will << Mr*. StttKlrc.. P. O. Box 84. be In writing and muwt State CARNIVAL NETS Mrs. Kay Carbone returned
be held the third Sunday in No- SanlKliurv. Tennessee, tho place of resilience amipoKtofflce ABOUT $550
In Th Cnnntr '..ct..'. Court You nro' hereby notified ,that mldross' ot the More home to Elizabeth N.J. last
vember at 3 p.m. The con- action for lie than $850 was taken
Ilrndford County, Florida an claimant and must sworn weekend after
o. a
By Elizabeth livens! Walker testa*.3 are Miss Joan Pitt- 'n r..: Estate of Truba. J.Wynn Notice:': Of Suit has beon filedanninet to by the claimant his agent. in at the Hampton Elementary twoweeks'visit
"I'"N', you and you are required or his attorney. or It will be. PTA Hallowe'en here with her mother.
and Mrs. Leola Holmes.
'- -- man NOT"' To cnr.i>iToij9 \ to sc-rve a copy of too It come void according to law Carnival, anda Mrs. T.F. Brown.
Sunday School will begin at 9:45: All creditors of the ** written defenses. If any net profit of about $550. Susan
BTU at 5 which concludesthe at Truha J. Wynn deceased on the plaintiffs attorney. "October 20. A. D. 1010. Dyal spent last week-
p.m. .r> hereby. notlfli-d and reoutrfd whose name nnel l nddrens ..I .MnRitle Netter. Tonillnsoni end at Lake Yale near Eus-
services for the day. file claims. or de. Hon Adorn O. A.lnmsr, 11. lit Maggie. Netter TOl\\lIn..n.
to any tis. at the
: Acteens'
Mrs. Beatrice Jackson under- mends which they may l...veKulnrtt Barnett Hunk BulUllnn. Jack.onvllle. Aitmlnlimrntor, I of the Kstate.if Beat trim. Hvy duty 10 AMP
said estate. In the of- Florida and file the Henry Tomllnsoji. deceas.First buttery night and left Went ComeTogether and also a reunion -
went surgery is convalescingat of original' with the cler.k of the ed. Coast mirrors' Color: pure for GA
home. She will appreciateyou 9r.dfordheCounty.. Ftorlde' ''n above syled court on'or 1>"">.1'0Novemh..1' ; publication on Nor.. 6. white. camp counselorswho
The above truck to be detly.eyed had last
St..rk. Flnret 90. 1S70 : r get well cards and visits. oho courthouse. at ,; Judnement may be entered.wtalnM OeOI'Ir" It. PierceAttorney to factory of succeHHfuItrarbaire there.
Ida. within six culfndijr. for the relief demanded packer' Ixidv. bidder.
'from the date. o11a. .notice.tlr Each publication In you the complaint orpot for Adml.Jlalxll-.1 Freight tn body factory fromtruck Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks'farm
i t Ion.Wltnese. factory of eurressfulbidder the locale
'he In was for
demand a
AME Church, Rev. C.E. Jenkins claim or elate the tnv hand nnd the to be ne-fcotlited, with
pastor. Services will be- wrltlnir end. .must. soul of said Court on October Imitation' To Did successful. bidder and City of 'spook party" Friday night for
'IWtI place ooddreeedeofethe clntmnnf.end :27. 1970. The City of Keystone heightsrequests Keystone Heights.For young people from University;
gine with Sunday School 10 flee any Information concernlnff
S17ALIIonian bids Toronto Fold truckto
tho (
to l.v Baptist Church
he sworn of Gainesville.
a.m. Morning service at 11 with claimant.Toilet. his agent. or his nt* T). Oreen conform, to the followingtpeclflcatlons this, cull W. Huntley.
nedfearn. Jr. 437-43-10 Keystone More than 100 took the
Bald Court tour
voidfrnrdlnir As Clark of < : of"ghostly"
It will be come
the Youth in tornev or .
charge. Rev. C.E. tn law.Rent.nhcr 13y ivuliih !If. Moody One ( I) Ford truck f SCO 11eIghts.Sealed occurrences
Jenkins will deliver the As J> standard ...b14 Inch wheel bids will be receivedtintll along
mes- 21. A. D 1070.VI11nril ll-S ;r".2fle.k; base Cab to n\le dimension It o..o..k'. |p m. December8te70 the trail.
sage. wn.TTin\ n r.Wynn.. WYNN Loa: Inches to 120 Inches. 1300 at the regular' City c'oun-: The Newman family moved
At 6 p.m. the officers and lb. two ((2) speed rear nxle. ell meeting City Hall. Key.
Urownn.Arnr C..rt. '
m Clnnrl'' n. In County Jmlire'n 9300 Ib, main tone HuiKhtsV e rescue, the Saturday last week Into the
members' will honor the pastor n. nnowxro.Adm.nlPtra : And For Bradford County, reir spring right refuse and,
to all
2350 >> any former Chastain
.. nr the EI- F'u.lrtn.In' Ib rear nuxlllnrv sprlnraStandard house in
with an appreciation ser- Sate nf TI'u".1. Wynn. de_ .0: F.alnto of Henry Tom. front springs, 330 bid. Auirhtry! PenceAughtry Hampton, which they recently
The cubic Inch heavy duty ]2nRlnn
vice. public is invited to IIn..on "leceaead. with 13 In. clutch. Vanue. Acting City purchased from the Ralph Hal-
f5rt'apublle.llo: W. 1970. NOTICI TO en-:r-nt..on 900 x 20 10
attend. irvt tube Clerk ll-S 41 11-29::
( 4t 1.15 All creditors of the estate ply type l tlnvt rower berts.
Mrs. Butler chairman, is leering Ileaxv duly black vlnvl -

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Deacon James 1S'. 1'iince and wife, Sarah. have e-; OVER IN ALL THE WfTH ANY $10.OO

I celebrated I their 12nd wedding annhei>ar>'. Say re 432 (& AISLESISAVE OR MORE LAYAWAY

ANNIVERSARY Scouts are asked to attend. .- NEW ITEMSI! MORE! 7 PIECE

Deacon and Mrs. J.W. Prince All interested girls are askedto I eAGI + A CRYSTAL CUT
celebrated their anniversary contact the leader for Information 1 / e '
Sunday Oct. 25, at the homeof about joining. The SALAD SET

their daughter :Mrs Elene meetings are held at Greater THE ENTIRE CHAIN IS CELEBRATING THE GRAND OPENING "tee RETAIL VALUE
Lee. The activity was a sur- Allen Chapel AVE: Church. 'alto D + r $2.49
prise from their daughters, Parents are invited to attend OF OUR NEWEST STORE IN WEST PALM BEACH.

Mrs. Martha Robison of:Miami the meetings and help with the
and Mrs. Clara Bly from Moul- activities. Quantity .
tile, Ga. Other relatives were Reserved

quite a festive occasion. GREATER FREEVILLBP .

TIST Church, )Rev.Jasper Williams e BIKES LINED PILE LINED
RECREATION:' NEWS pastor. :Monday night, DRESS SHOES.- ;
Plans are in the making for Choir No. I rehearsal. Tues- Hi-Riser with' :;>

winter activities at the Heno day night Choir No. 3 and Ushers Chrome fender YOU :.. I ::'.) JACKETS
recreation center. :Mr. Jackson Board :No. 2 will meet. Safety coaster SAVE 1.00.'

is asking the cooperation Wednesday, all Choirs will go brake chrome ....c ..
of all Interested citizens for Macedonia: Free Will Bap- Bo Pel 1oFet,P BoPee rims. ) ...

the success of the activities. tist Church In Lawtey to participate ,Bo Petl:! y eu.osu IweN eNVa Iw Apple red s+rs-t /' Quality Tested
The practice session are held in a pre-opening of ,,,,, BO-Pe4P green
each :Monday, Wednesday and the Northeast Florida Annual !

Thursday night. 1'arQcipanu Conference. Thursday night the 0.fords & Loafers YOU ;.;.
are asked to bring tennis shoes Ladles Circle will meet at the SAVE a.9S
and shorts. The activities will home of :Mrs. Anne Bell Mose- Handsomelasted! 1.07

be held In the RUE gym. The b'. Friday night, Choirs No. 1 Heavy duly liquid Y in basic, black, /

center hours are 4-6:30: :Monday and 2 will go to Antioch to take cleaner makes all YOU Favorite dress up :i y yhouseheldcleaning
through Friday 8-11 Fri- part in a Choir anniversary. Made espccially'
day and Saturday. SAVE Syles r, (for Eagle Family
Saturday evening the Senior chores a breeze .
Sues, A'l' to 12 (
Choir will be selling dinners 3.OO DIHI. :ount Stores
OES: :MEETINGDell : in the kitchen. The senior Choir e., / S5.00 Layaway +. Water repellent
Chapter 168 will hold will sell breakfast Sunday STP a31'> holds til Xmas WOMEN'S PLUSH SCUFFS c r If Nylon slicllS. "

its regular meeting (tonight) morning. The menu will con- TREATMENT ..>o.S- IN CARTON YOU SAVE 15% I M t A X LOlL .
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the :Masonic sist of grits eggs bacon, toast l" t A led colors

Hall on Brownlee Street. coffee milk and juice. Nat'lly. / .. ..i.
All members are asked to Sunday morning, Sunday Sold at $1.35 !
please be present and on time. School at 9:30.: :Morning ser- J ELECTRIC BLANKETS + I 1
An interesting viee. L; is fLUID Quality Tested 1. -
program is in- -at -H >with- ( he-Youtlvvln w y
store for you. charge. League at 4 p.m. Eve- -OUXCI( !< W ,. """ DOJBLI$13.88NOW WAS Comfort ,

ning Worship, 6 p.m. with the '" LIMit 2 %
GIRL SCOUT MEETING: : Women's Home :Mission in sn... ry soles
Girl Scout Troop 626 meets charge. M 1 "''sMf1t YOU SAVE 3.00

each Tuesday at 5 p.m. All Friday night Nov. 28, all"Isn't TREATMENT IT MEN'S BELTS
.eo uo +
t t Soft Sues 19 to 4't
on ,

-.::--'J ,. ,. 3yQ1 fluffy scuffs S Sites-' M-.L 1 { 1 Assorted coloni *

it fun KWIX KOVER Cold A Avocado SAVE S

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to romp on a cozy, '' l r,:*,-v 'i backing Self-adhesive. VINYL FLIGHT BAGS # /. y' \

warm floor ? colors Bright to decorator / Clove vinyl soft Milltenl 4 MEN'S NYLON STRETCH

choose from 5'SAVR SOCKS i
3 pocket, I sillier /

...-"I 3 YARDS FOR handle Assl'il nlo'
( 1 Zipper w place 'v Attractive

,.....-4 for padlock w'' t ,tj: 'p.itlcrns

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I YOU SAVE 157. .
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"'.So: f HEATERS \ \ w whiteV-Neck
iS : H.lMclsomoly styled
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.. MODEL 71 1 + Sues 8 to 16
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1 1Are! YOU
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y 4.00 Mother will, t 'j.. SAVE ,J..69 NYLON PANTYHOSE .,- f
give your family a 'I FOR THE SPORTSMEN love preparing. Acre "
healthier Waterproof ft with calendar fresh \ '
happier, warmer fe> ',:, juices r ; Acryl.icc shell
I I home with a beautiful, new <;.; the easy way! /f/, f Hand, w.ish.ihleSleeveless YOU SAVE 31%

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OIL HOME HEATER J :..r- husr in .in .is lord'iih,

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Most interesting bird of the year Income Quiz

II ,1------:: Leaders J.J.I J.I :@ I t: v\ Must Vets Be, Widows ReturnedBy

I Nominated By GOP For Senator In 1884On i i Annual income Quesoon-

i received with

this third Installment of to Lawtey early in the 1870', fey, has one of the most pro- hung generously with some or the Novembers 1 check: by each
a report on early settlers of establishing homes on property mising places in town. With the largest and finest spec(- veteran and widow receiytar.
Lawtey by M. Louise Tanner, obtained from Capt. Thomas consummate skill and management ments the writer has anywhere pensions from the Veterans Administration -
written for The Telegraph In J. Burrln.) this gentleman has transplanted seen. according: A.L.
1884, Mrs.Tanner continues her immense orange trees The leaves of this year' Crosby, Jr., County Service
doscrttplon of the personalities, A RARE OPPORTUNITYDr. and placed them effectively a- growth are of large dimensions,, Officer.:
homes, and farming operations Edmund Crawshaw, formerly bout the house and grounds thick In texture, and the richest All persons receiving the
of the Chicago Colony, a groupof of St. Louis, but for five with such success that the trees darkest green Imaginable,,. questionalre are reminded that
some 30 families who came years past a resident of Law- scarecely wilted and are now Indicating: the extraordinary they must complete and return
health and vigor of the trees the form in sufficient time to
E', In a grove of between three, arrive at the processing cen-
and four hundred orange trees I ter before Jan. 15, 1971, or
I. I L.r., 1In I he has fifty In bearing; eighty- the check due February 1 might

five LeConte pear trees--twen not be received. Crosby urged
ty-three of which: blossomedlast all veterans and widows receiving -
year; several bearing the form to completeand
grapevines, Including: the Goethe return the questlonalre Im
r r ,- (which he prefers for Flo- mediately.Any .
rida) Delaware, Elvira,and Ca- person desiring help with
If Ifi tawba; a number of peach trees the questionnaire may visit the
and variety of shrubbery and Civil Defense building where
roses of choicest: and finest the County Service Officer has
known species.Dr. Song Spiro an office.: Contact either Mr.
L.- Crawshaw and wife Bennett for
\ desiring Crosby or Mrs.
'i not to be separated from / IMuuy thnw hoiH thUruwd > ernnrbh assistance."If .
an only son while pursuing\ his IIawa IYK 0.-.00, .bn r lor r you received an annual Income -

i : r.-r( higher education at the North, card, don't wait until the
rF'ei ,.1._ have decided to sacrifice their 5 a... ,rr w..d .by.tho deadline to Oil it out. Do so
lIonce Dm
-1-1 Qit' beautiful home, embracing sus- right away," the Service Of-
-!..iL.J '-- stantial house, ornamented t Au.eb..r Unto,but_bybr flcer urged. "Every year we
M'4y.t, grounds and twenty acres of ,b.M bn.t..b brrkrh b m rr4 lh>Mdbd Unmnuy m.f.bro.W 'hro have several of the cards misplaced -
i land partly set out to trees MM lUd. Ana and Nile. CtnrlmCriv .or failed to be returnedby

y already mentioned. $4,000, the .......-vd blue.tov pensioners in the county: ,
price named, would not cover: and this causes the pension
the actual: cash: expenditure UU, .U* on <... miryamtOtun "
to payments to be stopped.
.... .
tht Sor|SpM nrao >Ilk. .* tntInMbm
say nothing of the personal UM, Mburt Build M MM m***Oxof VA monies received in Brad-
care and love which have con- .._ .MiJhoiM.Itfth ford County last year totaled
tributed to make this desir- over $485,000, Crosby said.
able place what (several lines Including: pensions, burial allowances -
missing from torn paper). compensation, and

Col. v.... Shlpman, one ot educational benefits.
Lawtey's oldest and most val- Veterans and widows may call

ued citizens, of whom the reporter 964-5457 for information, or
The old "Lawtey House" hotel( which was originally built as a residence heard the remark: "That { to make an appointment the
for Capt. T. J. Burrin. early sawmill operator and thnberman. man has done more to advancethe CJ.n" w. J .:'-... Service Officer.These servicesare

The hotel later became a residence again when purchased by the Wm. Interest of Lawtey than available, and any veteranor

F.; Godwin family, who employed a portion of the building! an occupiedit anyone else," and who, at the dependent having questionsmay
visit the Civil Defense
as a home until it wa!! destroyed by fire in 1930.: recent Republican Conventionwas call.
nominated for State Senator or
is the envied owner of FarmersThe Diary The Service Officer also visIts -

*:::,:::,:::::,:.:.:.:.::: ,::::*:::,*:::::::::::X--x,:::::::::::::*:::>::*:::WIffltoriaf::::::::::::::::::::::;) .C8'': the handsomest orange groveIn the VocationalTechnicalSchool nights to
the place. The spectable of general election: is over on Thursday
f{ these four or five hundred magnificent and Just about everyone is relieved son halted for the time being, aid veterans in applying for educational

.:::,: orange trees, perfectly : especially the winning home-owners are getting a rest : benefits. He can be
:: uniform in size, nearly all candidates and those who sup from the chore of keeping lawns contacted at American Legion
of them hanging with fruit is ported them. And now we can from looking like weedlots. But meetings on the second: and
worth a long Journey to see, all turn our full attention to help for them may be on the way, fourth Tuesday nights of each
which travelers the as scientists are working on a month.
and one : on other the
problems Including:
i: ::::::::.:::::::::::':::::::::::::::';';':::::::;:::::'..;.;.:::::.:.:;;::::::::::;:;::.,:.:.,.....::::.:.:::::-.;. vffM: cars Invariably leave their making of a living so that we variety of grass that will not
seats to get a glimpse of dur- can: pay our bills and taxes. grow h enough to require Feed Program
ing the few minutes stop at During the campaign there was

the station. Col. Shlpman is some criticism: of the fall primaries Announced For
Unworthy CampaigningSince proprietor of a general store and it will be Interest-
at Lawtey, postmaster, and a- ing to see if the legislature By Sam McGarvey, 35 Counties
gent of the Florida Railway and moves them back The research: is being done
to the springof
Navigation Co. the year. at the request of N.J. highway Government-owned feed has

this is written before the results sue of violence, militancy, bombing, The grove of eight hundred engineers, who are interestedin been made available at reduced:
thrifty; trees adjacent: to Col.Shlpman's . eliminating the 3/4 of a prices to farmers In 35 Florida
of Tuesday's election are in, and campus unrest. In varying degrees An article In it tells how a million dollars
owned by Dr. D.H. spent annually counties hard hit by severe
it is not known whether the barn- they have helped deepen pub- Chapman, a resident of St. Louis Last about home gardener controlled insects for mowing. But if It is suc- corn blight damage to the 1970
storming efforts of President Nixon lic anxiety on these issues and soughtto and in charge of Mr. E.G. real gully-washer" of 5 p.m.rain a on a planting of Irish cessful, Mr. Homeowner wouldbe crop, according to W.F. Her-

and Vice Presider Agnew paid off in arouse public Indignation againstthe Hill, shows no effect from the hit Starke and floodwaters a potatoes by picking the bugs a prime beneficiary and he long, Jr., chairman: of the Florida -
votes at the polls idications on elec- Democrats who, by the cleveruse frosts of last winter, having quickly created a "Temple off by hand and then disposingof could use the many, long hourshe State ASC Committee.
put on a most satisfactory and them. That may be all right spends mowing on some- Corn production is estimatedto
tion eve were thL Republicans would of innuendo are portrayed as on 301 near the high
healthy growth during the pre- school. We for a gardener, but can you thing a lot more pleasantsuch be at least 75 per cent below
not gain control of the Senate, as so being "soft on violence. went season. Though somewhat our Little Red through it in imagine how much potatoes as fishing. normal production In the 35

ardently desired by the President, but pruned back in the Spring, as getting shipwrecked Wagon but without wished would cost of with the high cost major field corn producing:
pre-election forecasts are wrong, often Both Agnew and Nixon put more were others in the vicinity: for a moment that: we'd had an 4'; of labor;+that method was-used counties: and because of this

as not. -time and energy into the Republican the trees have more than recovered ":" amphibious vehicle. By the way ** onarnmn3&rcialslreleoygpOrebons. ] failure, many growers are reported -
"""congressional campaigns than of all losses, and givea the flooding near the FlIP? J I *n jfgry h. Don't look now, but Thanks- to be suffering financial
.. any manifest promise of blos- a r giving Day is Just three weeks hardship
What is known, however, is that it their predecessors in Washington. Ag- station was the worst we've ever *'. .
soms In the not distant future.A seen there. off and it will be followed before The livestock feed program is
was disturbing to see the Presidentof new covered thirty-two states and young grove of six: hun- you know it by Christmasand operative in counties where the
the United States indulging in a 32,000 miles, while Nixon covered dred trees set last Spring for Speaking of crops, we see the holiday season. So takea Secretary: of Agriculturedeter-

rabble-rousing campaign formula 15,000 miles and twenty-two states, Mr. W.A. Wlnsatt of where a record yield of oranges deep breath and prepare your- mines that severe drought
ton. and grapefruit is and self for the hectic
expected days ahead. flood, o r similar conditions
coldly calculated to play on the fears campaigning at taxpayers' expense. Mr. 11111 Is that the citrus Industry Is
looking exceed- wor- have reduced feed supplies to
We don't know if the storm
and prejudices of the American peo- ingly well. Another nonresident berries ried about disposing of It. We the point where assistance is
helped the of
ple. It proved once again that the The final effort was made via tele- of Lawtey, Mr. D.W. Well- or not as when plantings we got home we have one suggestion and thetas required to help farmers preserve -
"new Nixon" is really the "old Nixon" vision on election eve when the National man, of St. Louis, U.S. Engin found that little rain had fallenin to sell more GOOD citrus In Some people deplore the commercial and maintain foundation

who, in spite, of the Madison Avenue Republican Headquarters bought eer, superintending the Miss- the Lawtey area, so apparen- this area and let us enjoy it aspects: of Christmas, herds and: other eligible live
instead of the culls which and undoubtedly what they Is
ouri R.R. Survey, has Ms Interests are say stock.
facade is time to show Presi- it cut a path through the '
not above resorting to the prime a re-run of looked after by Col. tly usually sold here. true. But we think: it is thegreatest Under these conditions, feed
of he used in win- dent Nixon's speech In San Jose Calif. county. We do know that any
type demagoguery
Shlpman. Besides a town lot, day of the year, and grains owned by the Commodity
berry field that the brunt .
got .
ning his first election to Congress where he capitalized on some hecklingto where he will no doubt builda of it will not need more that if ever we all need Peaceon Credit Corporation are offeredat

from California, and in his famous whip up the emotions of his aud- handsome residence one of rain for a little while any at least. Earth and Goodwill to Everyone reduced prices: in keeping
"Checkers" television "explanation"of ience on the "law and order" Issue. these days, Mr. Wellman hasa With the grass-growing sea- it Is now. with local price-support levels

the use (or misuse) of campaign beautiful grove of three hun- for the kinds of grain supplied.
dred six-year-old trees anda The grain, as available will
; funds in the early days of his Vice This was followed on television by ,
hundred pear trees, fifty; of Last week, Mrs. Carrie Wardof be offered through the ASCS
Presidency. the Democrats with Senator Edmund which are coming into bearing. Starke called and said she had Farm & Home county: offices which: are
I Muskie as their spokesman. His elo- "Damascus Grove" is the back copies: of a magazine called charged: with the responsibility
For Mr. Nixon to ask the votersto quent and unemotional appeal to reason suggestive name by which Mr. "Organic Gardening and Farm- for determining eligibility: of

send Republican Senators to Con- pointing out that "law and order," and Mrs. J.W. Bushnell, for- ing" for us. Years ago we had by George Muggins; individual producers: for assis'
to In Vietnam merly of Chicago, designate seen copies of the publication, .....- ..., tance.:
gress guarantee "a full generationof and "crime In their tropical home in Law- which: the of chemicals ;, Director Bradford County Included among the 35 counties
use :
opposes -
peace, is to arouse false hopes the streets" are not true campaign tey. In the brief period of six: In agriculture, and it was .... eligible for the programare

and play on emotions, while at the issues was in marked contrast to years they have subdued the held by many to be strictly an Bradford, Baker, Clay, Ala-
same time imply that the Democratsare Nixon's low-road approach.As wilderness, and not only makeit Impractical idea. Now, since 4 Cooperative Extension Service hua, Columbia, and Union.
less desirous of than Re- "blossom like the roses"but many insecticides have been a
peace one observer has pointed out, ,
have done that much more
banned the has takenon
publicans. Such tactics are demago- the real problem-- the real issuein practical thIng-- eaten the fruit magazine Service Award
guery of the rankest order and unworthy this campaign should have been of their toll. new life. CORN SEED I know this Is a .ong list

of the President of the United competence In the higher levels of Of a grove of four hundred You have heard so much a- and Information that could bea Won By Bradford
States orange trees Just coming into Newton grape alone he expectsa : bout corn blight that I know little early to remember.The .
government. Says analyst Joseph bearing at least one hundredof yield next season of fifty; you do not want to read or'sear main thing for you to re- Extension AgentMiss
Harsch: "The failure has been one which it is expected will pounds. much: more. This is a jiember Is to watch for the
:: In their cross-country tour the of calibre of leadership. This coun- blossom next Spring eight Mr. Ott has not confined him- different approach and is the special: tag indicating that the Bradford Martha Sue McCain

,' President and Vice President also try has needed more intelligence and have already yielded their first self to the culture: of grapes, latest Information. seed Is resistant to corn blight. home economics County agent extension is a
played on the emotion-packed issue fruits. There are also pomegranates but has an extensive grove of
more courage at the top level thanit current: winner of the distinguished -
of "law and order," capitalizing on has had." grapes, Peento and twelve hundred orange trees; Experiment Station and Seed This corn blight fungus does service award
the current wave of public fear Honey peaches: guavas, quinces three hundred pecan: trees, Compnay representatives from live over the old stalk. If you ted annually by the National presen-
anxiety and bananas of fine variety some of which are In bearing, several states met last monthto have turned under the stalks Association of
and concern felt across the We won't get more intelligence if in bearing, and LeConte a number of Japan persimmons discuss: the situation and and planted winter feed, you Economists. It Extension is the Home

land concerning personal safety, as voters are swayed by such campaign pears of younger growth. Mr. Le Conte pears and hybridsof make some suggestions. Right are In better shape. Any practice :- honor presented by the organi-highest
well as the safety of property. tactics as those employed by Mr. Nixon and Mrs. Bushnell have en- the latter--- including the now the supply of corn: seed Is you follow to cover these zation to its members.
Joyed the pleasure of Inviting SmIth Kelffer, and Garber.Mr. short. Seed companies: have old corn stalks is good. Miss McCain
and Mr. Agnew. There Is hope while some of their fortunate neighbors Ott makes use of no commercial : corn growing In some other for was nominated
Following the
leaders the example of their we still have a few statesmen in gov- to a feast of that Northern fertilizer, but secures his Countries and in South Florida. Even with winter Just beginning Florida Extension national award Home by the

many Republican candidates ernment who can appeal to reason Luxury, green apple pie, successes with the common If this corn matures, the seed there is one practice: mics Agents Econo-
fashioned their hopes of winning or such as Senator Muskie did Tuesday made from apples of their own product of the stable. supply will be increased.We : to consider: any time duringthe the presentation Association was made dur-and
holding public office around the is- night. production. That they have entered An interesting feature of Law- yearsoil testing. ing the group's annual
"con amore" (with en- tey is the embryo nursery and do nave all the infor- in Milwaukee. meeting
thusiasm) Into the labor of greenhouse started by Mr.B.I1. mation available and will keepup Regardless of the crop you The Bradford County
creating their new home every- Alden only one year ago but to date on the seed situa- Intend to plant In the spring, who worked for 5 1/2 agent
thing testifies roses, rare rapidly attaining proportionsunder tion. There are several com- a soil test now can be helpful an agent In Tennessee years as
The Bradford County and fragrant honeysuckle com- the energetic zeal of its pany varieties that are resistant to you. The pH of your coming: to Florida, has before been
bining with a prodigatllty 01 proprietor. A trifling order for to this blight. he method soil is important. This is your especially successful
TELEGRAPH other shrubbery to emulate the five thousand cabbage plants of pollination to produce a hybrid indication for liming needs and and In exploring -
luxuriant environs of that ancient sent in by Col. Shlpman was variety is the determining better use of fertilizer. It is effective finding new and
ESTABLISHED Syrian city: whose receiving the attention of the factor. ways interpret to
1879 name helpful to know that you do local governing boards
they have appropriated for their proprietor on the occasion of or do not need a liming fer- the value agencies -
a'tte ljibls place. this reporter's visit. Several Seed companies have agreedto tilizer. It is helpful to know gram. She is the of the pro-
Mr. G.V. Ott, recently from thousand strawberry plants, so tag their corn seed so that material. past president Immediate
Madison Wisconsin a sucess- arranged as to be readily pro- you will know you are gettinga Association of of the Florida
MMasaFLORIDA Behold I make all things ful grape-culturist of many tected in case of necessity, later resistant variety. I am list- I know that It is possibleto Home Economists.Extension of
new.-(Key.: 21:5) years experience, affirms with in the season will yielda ing the varieties thatyou should use other methods to determine -
R SSASSO positiveness that he can pro- handsome return when the know. All but three of these that you may need Urns
Now duce this desirable fruit three fruit is shipped to the rapacious have been In test plots at our but I do not believe that you CATTLEMEN DISCUSS
is the
perfect time tc: times in Northers market next Experiment Station and will do WINTER
I T ON as easily Florida as can smell the soil and know FEEDINGThe
begin a new life. Old patternsof he can: elsewhere. His prefer- winter. Mr. Alden is paying well for us. Either of the other if you need high-calcium: : limeor
thought and feeling lose ence is accorded to a variety considerable attention to the three will also do well they dolomite. Again, a soil test Bradford-Union Cattle
their imp on us as we realize known as Rogers' No. IS, although culture of roses and the ornamental have been tested at other Experiment now will be helpful and give men's Association met Tuesday -
t that it is never too late to begin he has secured remark- plants and shrubs gen- Stations. IOU plenty of time In planning Oct. 27, in the agricul-

.:. L. \TT1IK\VS.. Editor-Publisher again. We rejoice: and able results with Newton El erally, while also contemplating : Early hybrids are: Funk's or your spring crop. tural building with Jim Pace,
Published give thanks. With courage: dorado, Highland Brighton and an extensive business in -5151 and Funk's G-4761. animal husbandman expert from
path Thursday and entered as Second and strength we for- Delaware, all of which have the cultivation: of early Medium Early are: McNalr the University of Florida as
Glut Matter ut the 1'oii Office at SUrke, Florida ward into whole fruited heavily this season. He and Honey peach-- and 340V and DeKalb XL 389. Late kins Any crop, whether Itbe pump featured speaker on the topic
under Act of new way has found superior varieties which have hybrids Coker potatoes, peanuts or pasture of winter
March 3rd 1879. of life. We leave behind that the Lady, Pren- are: Coker 71, feeding. Winners of
Subscription In trade' area! 1 year, $5.00; Outside thought of all tice, and Newton succeed the already yielded handsome returns 67. Funk's G-4949, McNalr the needs a !soil condition in the recent: Calf Scramble attended -
trade yesterday's ap- best on the east side, somewhat to shippers. 440V, Pioneer 3030, Pioneer proper pi range call: us the meeting and
area i 1 ;rear, tS.SO pearances.: We stand free in sheltered from the sun. week- the first straw. 3009, Pioneer 3369A and De- about any soil testing plans Introduced: by President were Art
this moment of Truth From a single specimen of the berries grown at Lawtey.) Kalb 1214. you may have. Phone 964-6554. Shul b.

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Emergency Loan Available Foi Corn Growers rDi .. The l/nnatr. *u.ce** Caitrt
SENIOR ... : ,
CITIZENS fevltatlen To ela.The .InsRu K otnteof Lontso R.IStarlln. .
-iu- per cent; emergency lation to the Income from his City of Keystone Height .. : Deceased.
loam are now available in Brad total a farmer continuing: Ms normal rquta bid for Ono (1) It Notice To Creditor
ford County; through the Farmere fanning operation, be may farming program. They are yard aid loading hydraulic rar- AH creditor of the estate
be considered for an page packer body to conform
Home emergency not made to refinance secured Johnson. of Xjonao R. Htnrllnn.' deceased
Administration of to following: specification: 11'-
and roau
loan notified
to finance
: such
One hereby
lIce In Gainesville according opera. debts or to finance commercial Visitors welcomed to the club (1) 16 yard aide londlnhyrduullo are to file any claim or daM
to Albert C. Stevens tlons the supervisor added. feed lot operations. were Mr. and Mrs.Jim Edgars lrarl>a.. packer body.. ad wands which they may havalnut .
: super Initial loans for new appUca- Loadingcapacity S cublo yard laid estate In the office
visor. Generally these loans will be tend Mrs. Newman. Cab to axl. dlmenalon lOa In the county judge" of
Twenty-six; : Florida counties. tons will not be approved after secured by a first lien on crops, Although we ran a little overtime 'o 180 4n. required.To Bradford of County Florida. In
June be Installed F.COO .
1971. on 8t..rkeFlor.Ida.
: the best lien obtainable on farm It was a very enjoyable the courthouse at
Union Bradford. Alachua, To be each Ford Truck to be delivered to within six calendar month
eligible applicant
and Baker have beer machinery and equipment;. or time for aILNominations factory by successful truck from the date of the first pub
must be unable to supply the the best Len for officers for bidder. of this nt>tlc.*. Each
designated by the U.S. Department needed credit from his Color to match truck cab. llcatlon d".....n'l must ha inplace
of Agriculture as ar. own estate for relatively large' the ;year 1971 will be taken from Bid to be FOB body factory. olalvn' or and must th.
Emergency Loan Area because resources, or be unable to obtain loans and when needed in other the floor and elections of these For any Information concerning of residence ands post-,
thin call W. HuntleyRedfuarn claimant
credit from
the usual the
of damage to the 1970 corn crop sources cases to provide adequate se- officers will be held Nov. 24. Jr.. 471-4340 Key office address the
by the southern corn leaf available fanners to continue : curity.: ; 't l1fiA1F11I111 Some membership recruiting atone HrlRhta.Settled and claimant must hiseagnt.. orohle attorney -
fflllVrtS1Nl : Bide will be received VoldacoordinR
the normal level of farm-
/ will become
blight.This. Applications for loans maybe : forms received from the until II o'clock P.M.. December or law
action authorizes'emergency ing operations. He must be an made at the local Farmers f 111 t National Council of Senior Citizens 8. 1970 at the If.r"'rn' r City October A. D 1870.
established corn ITl7llu5: Council ,. I Hall,
farmer TCIrklnnd
loans at three per cent Home Administration Office, Nell.lllN have been returned and Keystone Heights We reserve Nettle Ruth K1UKLANDMarktee
Interest to eligible farmers who operating as an owneroperator 412 N.E.16th Ave., Gainesville. F Fly rlijriu we expect the remainder at our the right to refuse. any and NETTLE RUTH't..llnllrMARKJ.EE )
or tenant having severe fli.r2..., which will be or roll bid. 8TAitLINO.AdmlnletratDra
are unable to obtain credit frorr: damage from the blight. An next meeting, AuKlitrv Vance of the R".
their regular sources to con- Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. Meantime Aitghtry. Vance Acting City Co- R Starling. De-
established corn farmer is defined cI.rld.rt.cIvll Bra*, meet again Clerk. 1L6t 11-29 tale of Ixmso
tinue I* The <<: keep well till we
viding the blightdamagedpro. as one who has grown lerd CoMtr. Joe Kerrigan First publication on Oct. 21.
corn for at least three yearsin N*. *M .. ***.
loss is substantial In relation to Modular Sciences.'1.Inc.... foraa IO.M it 11.11
the area with a successful Commercial AeoeotanoeJ Prizewinners
total farm Income erly pictured at the Senior Citizens annual -
for the ------------
crop ----------
but the amount of this record of past operations. 'Corporation. a*a Attrorrn.Vtnporatlon Halloween :Masquerade party (from left) : Mary' 1I I
;year Stevens said. Eligibility; is determined bya }"Yet for First Reell.countCorpora.Uon. corporation. Allen. Peggy Paine. Harrison Batchelder. Alex Mor
a Delaware "
"If a farmer has county; committee having Plaintiff, v*. Her. ton, Della speed
a high per- knowledge of local farming and Doric Peg Richards, Eloise Olin. In front We I
centage of damage to his corn credit conditions. Emergencyloans A.EStok.. hl*> Jwlt.: HarlonHodite with !sign is club president Joe Kerrigan. Declaration
crop but the amount of this and Clnda Hodite. ae. -*
are made primarily for Hodne. hi* wife;
loss Is Clndla
not substantial
In re -
operating purposes essential to and Ivery hla Hodm wit*; and Defendant Manila. Spooks. Goblins Ghosts. Ilo- A highly competitive game of Dependability
I H I* Hereby Olven.thot funny hats and faces all topped
V under Foreclosure a Final and Judgementof a.I. entered .. off with pretty; ladles. This was purse" was played. Our mem- I
by the. Judxe of the Circuit the spirit of Halloween. The bers were divided Into two
Court of the Eighth Judi costumes groups and the captains appointed
were unusually good -
clot<>r4 Circuit.County.In and Florida for. thl* and well made with a lot of were Carl Hoist and Verne ervlce.
: Und tiny of October. 1970.Mod In. time and Ingenuity Involved. Olln. Excitement and laughter DURRANCE
a. tnSalenCOC.. I no. formerly Over 45 members and guests ensued and many Jokes were told

ular Commrnlal Acceptance corporation Corporation Joined In the Grand March led as the Captains vied with each Pump & Supply Your water pump is the most ;
a Oeorula other to bring the asked for Item
Attorney-ln.Pact for by the President of our Club. vital of all home appliances
First ae ricdlncouivt Corpora Each member was given number to the moderator.large,shiny 341 1 N. TEMPLE 901.7061 .. you want lots of good water l
ation. plaintiff Vs. HoraceorII.Stokes. for identity The Judges apple was given to each mem- and you can rely on us to help I
tlon. ber of the winning team. The BUR SERVICE IS CERTAIN I
I Jr and Dorl A.,Stokeshl andClndn appointed were Carl McManus, you get it. We Install pumps
wlfo. : Marlon Hodfie Clndla, Verne Olin Bill Richards and losers were left with sad fix pumps and sell dependable I
Hodfte. askend faces but, as they were good I
hi* ; Iveryllmlite his wife Hazel. Colored movies Goulds pumps.
Ilodite and MnnKle Hodne,Canaauction17'to hi* and black and white pictures sports they also received ar I

""wife; Defendant will *hlgheet9eanta being were taken by Gene Rayburnand apple. Goulds Water Systems are sold Ask us about a I

bidder the for cash at theInantStarke. Randall Davis to whom we Perlie Thurston entertained and serviced only by your local GOULDS (': I
f bent of the Courthoura express our sincere thanks us with some catchy stunts and independent dealer who
Bradford County. All of our married couple, Alex Morton and Joe Kerrigansang pump Jet \
Florida. at the. hour the of 11 llth:OJAM. who had wedding anlversarlei some perodles of songs hereby declares that parts and .

d"v"of November, liUO. the this year were honored with a from the long past vaudeville service will readily be available. /A or
followln deeoribed :property Candle Light Ceremony during days which added to the fun of Sub I I II
which we sang "I Love You the day. o I
Lote Five (5) and 81.l (.) Truly. "Happy Birthdays were Our party was topped off with GOULDS PUMPSSIRLOIN (:. 1 1I

/1. Unit Block Number Eight One(8)).(I)Corllotta.accordIn sung to Jessie Bowden and I- candy and a delicious: cake
to Plat recorded In Plat. rene Nichols. baked by Mrs. Nelson Green, ------------------
taCM = ._.. Book 3. Paite 14. Public RC.ord and served by Pete and Lilly
of Bradford County. ___
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.Held Admiral Ensey CHRISTIAN ". ,... + < '....;....,....:..'*;< .J:, .L :>.,. .'( .. .. -- :

Saturday For Dies In VirginiaWord DIMENSION ', r1nG" y fJ ;:...;..:.. >:"(, .;tlt! !lJ; : < :
Mr. Crawford of the death has been of received Admiral here Lot "TIlE KING SPEAKS! t dh" :, fI/i'W 7Mti: 1i lltil' T :

Mrs. Chester Alvarez Crawford ..
Ensey (U.S. Navy, retired)following about all ..dM.}>"
"And Jesus
67 widow of T. Clayton went --o!
a sudden attack Mondayon .. _
In their --.2.,
Crawford, died Wednesday Oct. the golf course at Arlington Galilee, teaching syna- _
23. while being carried: to Brad Va. gogues, and preaching the gos-
ford County Hospital following Admiral Ensey was the son pel of the Kingdom, and heal- FIRST PRESbi fERIAN
a sudden attack.: of the late Mr.and Mrs.CharlesR. ing all manner of sickness and Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.MornIng
She was born In Bradford Ensey, one-time residentsof all manner of disease among CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 ajn. Youtl
County on May 24, 1903 the Starke. He was a graduateof the people. (Matthew 4:23): The LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 125,Northwestof Law- Sunday: Bible Study 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Mom- Fellowship, 6 p.m. Choir Prac-
daughter of the late ArthurB. the U.S. Naval Academy at King has spoken In the desert 1404 E. Bessent Road tey. Sunday School,10 a.m.Morn Morning Worship and Communion ng Worship 11 a.m.; Evening tice, Wednesday 8 p.m.
and Annie Denmark Alvarez. Annapolis Md. and retired recently and the combat with the devil SundayPriesthood 8:30 a.m. ing Worship, 11:15. Sunday Night Service, II a.m. Evening ser- Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Prayers -Rev. Robert D. Burch
She was a member of Pine after a long career In has been won. Now the king Sunday School, 10 a.m. Sacra Service, 7:30: p.m. Wednesday vices, 6.Wednesday. Meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday. BAPTIST CHURCH
Level Baptist Church. the Navy. speaks in the presence of the ment, 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Worship service -Rev. J.C. Saunders pastor. GRACE
Surviving Is one daughter, Surviving are his wife, Kate, people and all are astonished MondayMia 7:30: p.m. Albert Jniqht, pastor 7 p.m. Minister Jack P. Bell. Highway). -IOO A, Starke (Grif-
Mrs. Michael Gilhooly, Starke at the divine authority of His TuesdayPrimary 4:30: p.m. ROAD CHAPEL fls Loop
; of 1701 N. Kent Arlington. Va., YlNE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN School 10 Morning
two brothers, J.W. (Buck) Alvarez and one son Mike. words Officers sent to arrest WednesdayRelief Society, MornIng Sunday9:45: ajn. Sunda;
School, 10 a.m. Worship at 11. Training Union
Him later In His 7:30 p.m. Sunday }IAk JnONCHRISTIAN CHURCIrSunday *
and Tate G. Alvarez, ministry returned : Pre- School, 11 a.m. Morning Worship -
both of Starke; three sisters, empty-handed and helpless Jesse D. Branson, Branch Worship ir Band a.m., Young School 10 a.m. Morn- 6 p.m. Training Union 7 6:30.: Evening Worship, Wed-7:30.:
Services Booster Mid-week Prayer Meeting,
Mrs. Pete Dyal. and Mrs. Ray FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH saying, "Never man spake .resident. Service), 6 Ing Worship, 11 a.m. Evening p.m. Evening Worship.
Don R.
and Prayer -Rev.
Stone, both of starke, and Mrs. like this man." This is pre People, 7 Worship, -James Shaw, pastor -' Wednesday7:30: Prayer Ser- nesday, :
Marvel Warren Gainesville; STARKE cisely the verdict of the peoplein JORDAN MISSIONARY p.m. Evening Worship Wednesday., p.m. vices, 1st and 3rd Wednesday Drawdy, Pastor.
and two grandchildren. Schedule of activities at First these opening days of Ills BAPTIST MISSIONU.S. Midweek Service, Strickland. night-1 p.m. Family night. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
Funeral service were held Baptist Church for the week ministry.The 301 North, behind Tastes 7:30 pjn. Rev. John Sunday School 9:30; Training
at 11 a.m. Saturday In the De- beginning Sunday Nov. 8: king spoke to these diseased Freez Drive In, Sunday Paator. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Union 10:15 a.m.; Morning Wor..
Witt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Sunday9:45: a.m. Sunday and afflicted, and the School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser- BROOKER FLA. AIRPARK BAPTIST CHURCH ship 11 a.m.; Evening Worship
G.E. Crowell and Rev. James School, 11 a.m. Morning Wor- afflictions fled before His voice vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Rev. Jim Temple pastor. Sun-. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; 7:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30:
Cregan officiating. Interment ship, Sermon: "The Goodnessof leaving the unfortunate people Service 7:30 p.m. Wednes- HOPE BAPTET.CHURCH day School, 10 a.m. Ron Bristol Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; Eve- Wednesday.
was In Crosby Lake Cemetery.IN God" (Romans 2:4): ); 6:15: healed and happy. The king (Highway 100 at Theressa) Superintendent. Training ning Worship, 7p.m.Wed.; Prayer Pastor, Rev. Robert West.
Training Union, 7:30: p.m. Eve- spoke to the demons, and they day.Leroy Olive pastor, E.U Sunday School-10 a.m'.i Morn- Union, 6:45 p.m. Lowell Douglas Meeting and Bible Study, 7
ning Worship, Sermon: "Win- fled In terror. The king spoke Griffls associate pastor! Ing Worship- a.m.; Training Director. Worship Services, p.m. Study on Book nr >-.i- NEW RIVER BAPTIST
MEMORIAM ning the Christian Fight" (Joshua with such authority In forgiv- Union6:30: p.m.; Evening.Wor- 11 a.m., 7:30. Lavern Outlaw, G.F. "Prevatt, pastor. Everyone: Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng -
CLYDE G, PRIEST 10:1-26): ). ing the sins of the paralyticthat DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ship7:15 p.m.Wednesday music director. Welcome. Worship 11 a.m. Training
Monday, Nov. 95:30: p.m. the scholars cried, "Blas- BROOKER Night Prayer Ser- Jnion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship
In ]loving memory of ClydeG. Trustees Meeting, 7 p.m.Youth phemy! But by healing the Sunday School, 10 a.m. Wore vices7:30 p.m. Rev. Merle 8 p.m. Wednesday night service,
Priest, who went home to Choir, 7:30 p.m. Lottie Moon paralytic the king promptly ship Services, 11 a.m. and Packham, pastor. HEILBRONN BAPTIST FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
be with his Lord one year Group meets at the church. proved He had spoken truly and p.m. Training Union, 6 p.m.- CHURCH, HIGHWAY 16 N Sunday Service: Sunday School, -L.L. Parker, pastor
ago Oct. 31, ]1969. A beloved Tuesday, Nov. 109:30: a.m. with acutal authority on earthto Rev. Lacy Conway: pastor.. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.MornIng 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,10:45
husband, father, and grand- Helen Masters Group meetsat forgive the sins of men. GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11. Training Union a.m. Evening Service, 7:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
father whose absence has lefta the church, 3 p.m. Lorena The king spoke In the syna- CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn- 6:30: p.m. Evening Service, 7:30. Youth Group Meeting,Sunday 6:30: Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
great void In the lives of Epperson Group meets with gogues, expounding the law and 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ing Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer Service, 7:30.: p.m. Ing Worship 11. Training Union
those who loved him. Our hearts Mrs. Merritt Williams; Ida the prophets and showing the Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worshll Rev. Fred Johns, pastor. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe,pastor -J.C. Brown, minister 3:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.
still ache at the loss of this Darby Group meet with Mrs. meaning of the Messianic pre- Services U a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
who meant so much to us Garl Mathews 3:30: p.m. Jun- dictions of the Old Testament. -Rev. Y.W. Kidd, pastor.CONGREGATIONAL .. .
one ; a aSaeaea --------- -- ------- a eS -Saea-
In our dally lives. We thank ior Choir, Mission Friends, He spoke with authority; to set i
God dally for his life, his love Girls In Action; 4:15 p.m. Pre- aside the perverse ridiculous, HOLINESS! :
for us, and his gentleness and mary Choir, Girls In Action; burdensome traditions of the CHURCH t I
kindness to all. 7:30 p.m. Ethel Biggs Group Pharisee leaders and elders. School 9:45 a.m. Morn-
Sunday : t t tI
The Priest Family meets with Mrs. Gladys Christy He even set aside the Old Testament Ing Worship U a.m. Youth Ser-. The 'III'I;>ent.l' know that there. 1 I" a '
; Brownlee Group meets with law itself in announcingthe Make life
vice 6:00 Evening Worship) I your I II '
Mrs. L.L. Jennings. gospel of the Kingdom. He pjm. l pruWrua| t > 10 noirt the! hammer", and that

FOX HUNTERS AS>S>N. Wednesday, Nov. 11- 5 p.m. declared the law would continue 7 Thursday ,nlgnt Prayer Meet I have the right the nail! must I be hit from the light; t tt
TO MEET NOV. 7 R.A. Meeting, 6 p.m. Family "till all be fulfilled". He .
Night Supper, 6:30: p.m. Prayer spoke attached this solemn declaration 7:30, p.m.Ivy Luke Pastor t .direction( or the nail! will bfiul. I II
Meeting, 7:15: p.m. Teachersand to the startling an- "
Fox Hun-
ters The Association North Florida will meet Sat- Officers Meeting, 8:15: p.m. nouncement, "I come... to ful NOR utSlDE BAPTIST I A* rhildi-vn of Gal; we nerd to make I II

urday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in Church Choir Practice. fill." CHURCH I the! right I imjiait on othera.. When II I I11 II
the Civil Defense building witha Thursday, Nov. 127 p.m. On the mountainside in the Sunday Morning Worship, 9:45: ;
speaker from the Game De- Church-Wide Visitation. presence of teeming multitudesthe Sunday School, 11. Sunday Eve- I /ljdtdI.J \\ attend iliuuli WI partment on the program. A W.A. Ilogan pastor. king had spoken of the ning Worship. 6 p.m. Training
covered dish supper will be ideals of the kingdom and of Union, 7:30. I and at the name! time err 1

served, and all members and Dignity\ is j one thing thatcan't the qualifications of any who ThursdayTeachers and Officers l'tllllliln example for. "theaII
prospective members are Invited be preserved in alcohol. would serve Him. He had boldly Meeting, 6:30.: Prayer we 1 1t

to attend. Fred W. Crown; The Bergen declared that the Issues of life Meeting 7:30.Edward t "remain straight a* a well hit nail t
and death for all eternity were C. Harvey, pastor. ; ffrv ",
(N. J.) Citizen in Ills hands and that He wouldbe .1 then other aie less. likely to heml."Fur 1. I It
the judge of all mankind EPISCOPAL /
In the day of judgement. "Andit ST.CHURCH MARK'S, STARKE t parr /iilri'ii /nun nil i I

a came to pass, when Jesus Holy Eucharist, 1st and 3rd f./lIIII.// Hull ///I' ullnlllll (III HH ';
had ended these sayings, the I I
Sundays, U a.m. Morning Prayer ,,. .. ,.. '
people were astonished at his I "" tI. /I"":
doctrine: for he taught them as 2nd and 4th Sunday, 11 a.m. ..kI ,
one having authority, and not -.John M. Flynn, Rector.
let us Keep your car lookingSHOWROOM I I Iev
as the scribes" (Matthew 7:28- on others
NEW with a!". 29)). ,

SIMONIZPASTE OAK GROVE BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45: i a.m.; t
(Highway 215. Middleburg). Morning Worship, 11;; Eve-
7:30 :? Midweek t tII'
ning Worship : pan ;
Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- Bible Study, Wednesday, t + .
Ing Worship 11; Evening Worship 7:30: pjm. 9. ':
95 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Be in church Sunday. ;:<3( ::n:; ; I>:n:: t .
ONLY Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Rev. W. B. Mercer pastor ..:) !:! ,.,..,::. .
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actually '
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noon. High Wednesday, vices: Sunday School, !10 a.m o Mil (Ownli b..outt K Nth'" "IM" 'Irvlti" ikxilIMHI 0 :l
7 to 8 p.m. Preaching, 11 a.m. Training t.t Kit..*. .11I on4<.....T, 'Ih.mill" . .
B. & T. Union 5:45: p.m. Evening Wor- J.t' wilt HI him "hw M ... n e iMM ,:.t t".w"A' :

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B. P. STATION, SOUTH 301 Don't put off till tomorrow Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
STARKE, FLORIDA by then it may be against Ing Worship 11 a.m. Youth Ser- WILLIAMS STARKE BUILDERS
the law.-James E. Patterson vice BRADFORD
p.m. Evening Worship,
Polishing Mochmvl tyt.m,, Inc P.fMo-Shin. Divlnon
I The Big Sandy and 7:30: p.m. Wednesday night JEWELRY SUPPLIES Inc.
Hawkins (Tex.) Journal. prayer meeting 7:30: p.m. ABSTRACT CO. :
Rev. Neal Starling, pastor
Official Class Rings Featuring Ace Hardware :.E
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OF PROPHECY, BROOKER Keepsake Diamonds Complete Paint Supplies
Title Problems
t Sunday School, 10 a.m. MornIng BULOVA WATCHES and Sporting Goods
, Worship, 11 a.mYoung Peo- Abstracts
ple's Service, 6 p.m. Evange- 142 W. Call St. Starke First"a
Our listic Service, 7 p.m. Wednes- Title Insurance "Check With Us
Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Phone 964.7064 .
day p.m.
219 Washington St. 964-!>*70 .
Come and worship with us. 158 W. Call Ph. 964.6881 :

Business -Rev. Bobby Harris, pastor. STARKE "66" ::


Hours I Sunday HOLINESS School 9:45a.m.CHURCH: ;Mor- Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 TELEGRAPHTire

t ning Worship 11 a.m.; Youth c SUPPLIES
Service 6 p.m.; Evening Wor- Tire Truing ;, 5b
ship 7 p.m.Tuesday. Prayer Meeting 7:30 Headlight Adjusting ; .

t 24 hours a day t p.m.Rev.. W.B. Chauncey,pastor. Wheel Brake Balance Service and -"_-U. :

FIRST UNITED METHODIST Alignment Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 IMS. TO. lit* drudttry out
7 days weekEnjoy STARKE ol pPr work.PAVKOUL .-
t a Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
, Worship, 11; Junior and Senior .UClA!. n..... :.
MYF groups, 6 p.m. All :Minor Repairs 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE;
tt WednesdayYouth Choir Rehearsal tnrtLGPSs
round-the-clock -
By mail. Making deposits or paying banking loansis with us 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke Hiway 301 and 100
7:30: Chancel Choir
as easy as mailing a letter. /. 7i45: .; Rehearsal, UO S. Temple Starke
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t Sunday Opportunities School for,service 9:45: a.m.: TYPEWRITERS< and Market 0 H T R 0 L .

Morning Worthlp at 11; Train-
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Ing Union 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Groceries Meats Feed '
Circle, 7:15: ; Evening Wor-
ship 7:30. : : from GAS AND OIL
t to Mtt. Take the drudftry out
i { MondayYouth, 7 p.m. Choir Practice ol paper work.UCOAL ._ Jack and Gladys Edwards 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.

TuesdayMissIon Friends FORMS.PAVHOU. U. S. 301 South Starke Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Girls in Action, Acteens 3:31:
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ing, 7:30 Church Choir Prac
W Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. rice, 8:30.: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
-Denton Sumrall, pastor.
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group t Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically" ,
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I [KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I' -- : : MELROSEJKeystone .: ] I' Sparked Buccaneers By Outstanding Sink Indians DefenseBY 18-7,

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MIKE CHITTY had marched Into pay dirt again,

Hilites PfiiN' with Gary Beach carrying for

The Keystone High indiana the final 4 yards on Quarter

Notes fell at the hands of the Bran- back Sneak. This drive was

r By GLORIA REDFEARN I News ford Buccaneers last Friday sparked by 3 carries for 45

Please Call 473-3288 I night, who overweighed and out- yards by Fullback Leonard Fed-
or 473-4182 By Helen Egan played them. erico, and 2 carries for 20

The Bucs had a considerably yards by Joe Fletcher.

bigger heavier Defense which
WOMAN'S CLUB now reside In Napleb. COMMUNITY CHURCHAt day of December the 10th.A !. r a smothered the Indians holding
The Woman's Club of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. N.W. Harden- the Executive Board Meet- minor error was made In pv-v! *>r< >* < ,* $ them to only 68 yards rushingand Keystone's first and only
> > .>* >* score was set when the Indians
Heights will sponsor a burgh and Mr. and Mrs. W.Q. ing of the Church Women on last week's Issue as to the j 25 yards passing. Meanwhile up -
show Dowling have returned froma the Bucs offense tallied recovered a fumble on
hobby on Tuesday, Nov. Game Day. The dates were
Monday, Oct. 26 final plans
17. at the Clubhouse from 10 week's visit to Franklin, N.C. were completed ,for the Ba- correct, the November game / 215 yards rushing and 28 yards the Bucs 20 yard line in the

a.m. to 8 p.m. While away they visited around zaar and Luncheon Novem- day at Lion's Club will be +* & passing. Keystone was also fourth quarter. Steve Heptistall
The entries are not limitedto the countryside, fished and ber 6. Repeating the on November 19 as the fourth +**? (Sjf hampered by 2 lost fumbles caught a 15-yard pass from
club rested. regula- and 60 yards In penalties. Quarterback Bobby Humor to,
members. Any hobby- Thursday (regular )
tions the setting of the game
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Henderson up After scoreless first put the Indians on the score-
test will be welcome and we various booths will be Wednesday will be Thanksgiving. The December quarter -
look forward to display of many have a new granddaughterborn Game Day was votedto Branford started things board. Rick Wheeler added the
Nov. 4 with each Cir-
unusual exhibits.: In Jacksonville on Octo- be deleted.HOMEMXKERS. rolling In the second after recovering extra point making It 12-7 putting
cle Bazaar Chairman
There will be no fee for exhibiting ber 30. She Is the daughter of color followingthe 4. a Keystone fumble on Keystone within 5 pointsof
for each
hobbles except the admission Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Grange, arrangement CLUB the 50. Joe Fletcher busied the Bucs.
charge of 500! plus the former Louise Henderson. booth, and the following day receive As the Keystone Heights Club through for 10 yards and the But the Bucs were not finished -
all Bazaar
Mr. and Mrs.Jim Wharton and articles and first TD, after Emery Dough- quite yet, as they inter-
2( tax for all adults and 35 price any' that are not priced.On is a member club of the Clay
cents plus 2tf tax for children. daughers, Kathy and Laurie, Friday the 6th each booth County; Extension Homemakers try had carried 15 yards to the cepted an Indian pass, settingup
have returned from r 10-yard line. So at their third TD of the game.
The clubhouse will be open a week's will be manned members Council Mrs. Imogene Rlten- ty Po halftime
at 8 ajn. for setting up dis trip to Philadelphia where they of their Circle.A by burgh County; Agent extendsa .; '' Branford held a 6-0 edge Paul Hall took a 4-yard toss

plays. Tables will be provided visited with members of Jim's thank-you letter was read cordial invitation to all Club "-' { [- over the Indians.Seventyfive from Gary Beach in for the

and each hobbyiest will be family. members and their friends to yards after the score making It 18-7 which
the director of the Starke Mr. and Mrs. Thomas AlvA Trlest
half final
second the
Mrs. kick-off Branford was score.
Roger Panborn Is hospitalized
responsible for setting up his Nursing Home for the accept- the Recognition Dinner to honor

own exhibit. In St. Vincent's Hospital able and useful articles givento Emmett D. McCall, Clay County . . . . . .

The show will be open to the in Jacksonville.Mrs. the home for patients. A ; Agent, upon his retirementon
Linda Irene Weds Thomas TriestIn
public at 10 a.m. Lightrefresh- Marvin Homer is out plea has been made for out- Saturday, Nov. 14, time 6:30 Douglas I

mmentswill be available during of the Methodist Hospital following door furniture so that patientsthat -Place Charles Bennett School Hope Baptist Church CeremonyThe .. '..;:
surgery. Cafetorium In Green Cove I "ijiiil
are ambulatory and when ,
The committee requests all Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Redfearn weather permits they may en- Springs. Mr. McCall has served marriage of Miss Linda sleeves. J Jy

exhibits be removed from the Sr. visited with their son and Joy the fine Florida sunshine. the County for IS years and 3 Irene Douglas to Thomas Alva Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ken-
his family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ti- neth Hlntion Jr. and Miss Cappy
Clubhouse at the close of show. A suggestion was made that months and last year his Triest was an event of October
According to advance infor- Redfearn, and daughter. perhaps some of the men of tile was changed to County Ex- 10 In Hope Baptist Church Payne. Miss Gall Douglas
mation received, there will be Christy; In MIramar over the the church might reconditionany tension Director. This dinneris Theressa, with Rev. Merle sister of the bride, was Junior

collections of antiques silver, weekend. While there they at- items needing same. However a covered dish with mem- Packliam officiating. bridesmaid and Miss Sherry :Martha! Sue McCain

ceramics, coins, dolls, stamps, tended the Miami-Florida State this reporter extends the bers providing vegetable or The bride is the daughter of Brooker of Miami was flower County Extension

napkin rings! spoons, etc. Football game in the Orange idea that perhaps the men of salad or dessert. This will bea Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Douglasof girl. Their gowns In hot pink, ,

For further Information Bowl Saturday evening.Mr. the Church adopt this projectand Turkey Dinner. The Clubs Palatka. Mr.Triest the son were styled like that of the -- =----:--. Home Economics Agent

please contact Mrs. S. Mc-' and Mrs. Gay Livingstonare made donations of new outdoor within the Council will each of the late Thomas S. Triest matron of honor.
Donald 3-4905; Mrs. Winton at home following a trip Lest for- be assigned a donation or a and Mrs. Triest, of Keystone Ronnie Homer of Keystone BEDDING the comfort basis to this mar-
Keeth, 3-4909 or Mrs. H.Schu-' to Ft. Lauderdale where they furniture. we work service Job. Mr. McCallis Heights. Heights served as best man. Bedding departments In both ket. The thing goes for the

her. 33067. visited their son and daughter- get, the golden age and Infirm the director of the 4-11. Given in marriage by her Ushers were Elam Glisson, home furnishings and depart- "singles market, the young man
of whom most nursing
peoples -
in-law Alex and Susan Livingston Riten- Tommy Walker and Ronnie ment stores increasingly are or woman carrerists starting
Boys group and Mrs. father, the bride wore a traditional -
homes caring for let'sact
BOWLINGThe in their new home. While are burgh the 4-H Girls. Her assistant gown of chatilace with Whisenant. becoming "ACTION stations"on their first own home. They usually -

Northeast Florida Tra- away they also went to Key MEETING is Mrs. Myron Prevatt molded basque bodice featuring After a reception In the church selling floors as the mer- buy twin sizes of extra
GENERAL of the
vel League played in SanfordIn West, Ft. Myers and Sanibel Jr. of Keystone. At the lead- scalloped sabrina neckline and hall, the couple left for a wed- chandise In more and more length. The same for grow-
Church Women will be held at
Island. ding trip to South Florida. They lines offers Increasingly a cus- ing teenagers still living In
October. DeWitt C. Jones ership meeting on Wednesday, long sleeves ending In petal
7:30 November 9. Devotional
: p.m. on
team played against Palm Lanesof Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridgesof Chairman Mrs. L.C. Nov. 4, the program was on points. The bouffant skirt fea- now reside in Palatka. tomer choice. This Includesnew the family home.
Gainesville with the local Lake Geneva had as their "Make the Most of Your Storage tured cascading ruffles and a The bride Is a graduate of constructions. accenton Queen Sizes continue to forge
team taking one point. Neoma guests their son-in-law and Gayle will give the Space" and "Christmas peacock train. She carried'a Palatka Senior High School superslzes. a fashion ahead In sales and In a wide

Nelson had high single game daughter, and two grandchildren her thoughts will"be on Gifts and Decorations." The bouquet of sweetheart roses and St. Johns River Junior College story In tickings. a wealthof range of price brackets these

with 173 and a high series of Mr. and Mrs. Hill Bran- "Weakness Is Strength. representatives from each club centered with an orchid. She Is employed with Clay add-on bedding items. .na- days. But as always only qua-
Constitution Amendment
non and Bobby and Leigh of as will present this program at Mrs. Carlton Tillman, the Electric Cooperative. Mr. tional brand advertising by bed- lity sets--in this case in su-
618.The Birmingham, Ala. over the suggested to read Standing Triest graduated from Keystone and more. perslzes can give the maxi-
ding producers
League will be playingIn Committees (appointed) shall their monthly club meeting. matron of honor, wore an em-
weekend. Mr. Bridges and Mr. No- Heights High School and Is Basic bedding Is "blind mer- mum in comfort and service
Gainesville on November 8. also appoint co-chairman in Keystone Club will be on pi,'e gown of lavender satin,
Brannon attended the Florida a employed as an electrician for chandise" in many regards so standards. Increasingly today
Starting time 1 p.m. vember 18. featuring a fitted bodice with
the absence of chairman who
Blue Key Smoker and Banqueton overlay of white lace and sheer Continental Mobile Homes. far as the customer is concerned Queen size bedding is being
Friday. Mr. Brannon wasa may be the voting member. PERSONALSWe since so much of the sold--and pUrchased--on such

member of the Honorary Blue COMMITMENT FAMILY regret to report thatMrs. Dr. A. C. Holt/ construction is under-the- slogans as* "the new size for

HERE N' THERE Key while he attended the Uni- DINNER Mabel Husbands is a patientIn cover. two-person'' sleeping" or "it's
versity. Mr. and Mrs. Bran- SaundersReElected MATTRESS TYPESIt the NEW double bed!"
Mrs. E.P. Menzen was In Pastor McCord and Chairmanof Riverside Hospital under Services HeldWednesday
Keystone for a week visiting non attended the Homecoming Board treatment. Friends wishing to Is what's under the cover King Sizes are also growingin
of Trustees set-
with her son and daughterinlaw football game on Saturday and Commitment are send cheer cards, her room (no matter how much fashion- sales and popularity where

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Men also the Former Letterman's Dinner ting up for a Family number is 518. Mrs. Olive Ste- sell there Is In today's rangeof housing and income permit,and
Banquet which honored Coach Wednesday evening tickings)that counts.It counts In some areas In particular.
zen, and their children, and vens, Mabel's sister, is stay-
Nov. II at This is Holt
a ,
Hobart Hooser of the Univer- : Jackson- Dr. Albert Campbell plenty In terms of the daily King-size sets mean a three-
with her sister, Mrs. E.F. Ai- ing with relatives In
covered dish dinner in Incumbent Clay County District
ken. Mr. Menzen joined them sity; of Florida Athletic Depart- cooper- ville. Call Mrs. Martha Beam 87, of Keystone Heights health energy and appearanceof unit sale--a mattress and a
2 Commissioner ElbertD.
ation with
the Church Women
for the weekend. The Menzens ment. They returned to Birmingham Sr. for Olive's address. She Sunday morning In Bradford the sleeper. It explains muchof apir of foundations. If a king-
Circle. Mrs. William Beam'sCircle Saunders stood off the chal- Hospital after a short
on Sunday. County the difference in mattress size Innerspring mattress
too needs to know friends are
are oformerKeystoners who and Mrs. Ernest Mc- lenge of Republican C.S. (Pete) Illness.Dr. prices which are not visibleto doesn't fit through the bedroom
thinking of her
Lean's Circle members will Herzer in Tuesday's General Holt was born In Kansas the naked eye.Innerspring door, the flexible foam rubberone
Bert and Cena
Mr. and Mrs.
be hostesses for that evening. Tallahasseewere Election. With 300 absentee bal- City Mo. on Dec. 27, 1882. He mattress con- will.
I :The purpose of this dinner un- Chrlstoffers of lots still uncounted 'Vednesday received his AB degree from The coil types swing. 76-Inch
structions! open ; King-size
DeWitt C. Jones -Funeral Home ,.jderthe: auspices! / of the Church.officials ...Gertrude weekend Chrlstoffers guests of Mrs.last morning, the count was Saun- Park College Mo. in 1905 and Include graduated hourglassor headboards that 0 take a pair of w

is to enable membersto week. ders 3,600; ]Herzer 3.120. Masters Degree from the same straight side spring coils 80 or 84 inch length twin sets

review the 1970 budget and Mrs. Emma Newman, motherof Gov. Claude Kirk carried Clay Institution In 1907. His PhD Degree (of different designs) wire and together provice king-size

STARKE to evaluate our Individual ste- Charles Newman, and Doro- County; by a narrow margin In was awarded at Peabody Joined together in different fashions sleeping for two people.
wardship responsibilities so his unsuccessful bid for another In 1923 and Doctor of
College mak- There for
Chrlstoffers Newman is nowa by different bedding no "right everybody" -
that in commitment, not a thy four-year term. ./1th absentee Degree from Tusculum
PHONE 9616200KEYSTONE your patient In the Extended Care Divinity ers. The so-called Marshall- degree of mattress
the Board of Trusteesmay ballots still to be counted in 1929. Hedidgraduatework
pledge, Home In Gainesville. College type has cylindrical coils, each firmness.
be able to plan its pro- Nursing the count was: Kirk 3,543; at the University of Chi- encased in a muslin pocket for

gram and in making a com- Askew 3,370. cago In 1906-7 and was a stu- Independent action. A heavy

HEIGHTSPHONE mitment you individually will Luncheon Given In the race for State Trea- dent at McCormick Theological husband and a lighter wife don't Makers labeling (firm, extra-

be helped to grow through reg- surer and Insurance Commissioner Seminary In 191415.Dr. roll together uncomfortably Is firm super-firm) on mattress:
: ular giving. A financial bud- For Janis Paul Democrat Tom O'Mal- Holt was a professor of a major selling point of this es is not: reliable in inner-

get is an essential and neces- At Port OrangeMiss ley received 3,412 Clay votesto Greek and history, and Dean of type.; spring mattresses--there area
function of organi- 3,133 for Republican Tom College Greenville
sary any Tusculum o Some mattresses have "Zon- few reliable guidelines for
zation, and everyone's supportis Janis Paul, whose mar- Slade. Term from 1905 to 1921. He was ized" mattress constructionswith defining (or selling)innerspring

needed. In you strivingto riage to George Stanley Owens married to Mary Emma AckerlyIn heavier spring units (or mattress degrees of firmness in

decide and make a com- Jr. will be an event of November 1908. heavy density foam rubber If Innerspring bedding. Foam rub-

mitment, you support will enable 21 in St, Anne's Episcopal FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH He was assistant pastor of It Is that type; mattress) used ber manufacturers sometimeago

Community Church to con- Church, Keystone Heights was KEYSTONE h HEIGHTS the First Presbyterian Church in the center where there'sthe set :testing and labeling

tinue In Christian Leadershipand complimented ata luncheonglven SundaySunday School 9:45: ; Nashville Tenn. from 1922 tc most body weight,and lighter standards for the varying degrees -

growth. in Port Orange last Satur- Morning Worship at 11 Church 1927 and was pastor of the Firs at the head and foot areas. of density (firmness).
day by Mrs. Harold E. Gore. 6:30 ;Evening Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville Foam mattresses: There are This information from Home

NOWWe HOME CIRCLE MEETINGSThe After toasting the brideelectin Worship.Training r 30. p.m. from 1927 to 1952. lit two basic types; of foam--- Furnishings:. Daily gives us
following Circles will champagne at the home of MondayYouth Music' Group was Dean of Montreat College tex foam usually called foam much to consider In buying

of meet at 1:30: on November 16 the hostess, luncheon was en- meeting In home of Mrs. Jo In 1952-53, and a member of rubber--which is in the bettor bedding.KEYSTONE. -
will be FValurinir: a Complete Line as followsMrs.. Turknett'swill Joyed at the Sandbar Restau- Reed 7 the Kiwanis Club. quality mattresses, and ure-

meet In the home of Mrs. rant on the Halifax River. The TuesdayGirls, p.m. In Action, Dr. Holt had taught at Van- thane foam. Each has Its own

WAYNE FEEDS C.R. Heptinstall; Mrs. Vance's table was centered with blue 6-11. 3:15. derbilt University and studiedin characteristics since the types;
Circle with Mrs. C.p. Hall- carnations. ages : the Holy Land Greece and of materials are basically dif

and Manufacturing our own Economy man; Mrs. Beam's with Mrs. Guests Included Mrs. C.S. WednesdayChildren's Dept. Italy in the summer of 1912. ferent. Both are merchandisedin
Greeson's Circle will meet with Owens Sr., mother of the pro- n, weekly planning meeting and in England and Scotlandin either 4 or 6-inch mattress
Brand Mrs. Marshall Gallop;The eve spective bridegroom; Mrs. 6:30.: Prayer Meeting and the summer of 1950. In 1929 thicknesses.

ning Circles Nightingales Carlton Paul mother of the monthly Business Meeting 7 he was granted the Honorary However, the characteristicswhich HEIGHTS

(Mrs. Cook) will meet with bride-elect; members of the p.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal Degree of Doctor of Divinity; both type foams have in
DURBIN MILLING Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer 7:45 wedding party and a few Intimate 8p.m. by Tusculum College. In 1959 common should be leamed--

and the Rebeccas (Mrs. Mc- friends. ThursdayActeens (girls 12- he accepted a call from the they are selling points! DIRECTORY

Lean) meets at 8 p.m. in the 17)), 3:15.: Church-wide visita- Community; Church of Keystone Foam mattress selling points:

Keystone Heights home of Mrs. Miller Wrinkle. Heights and served here until
NOTICE OF FILINGOF tion.A They are dust and lint free, :.
It was suggested at the Board BRANCH OFFICEAPPLICATION his retirement several years odor free lighter In weight BEAUTY SHOP
Phone 473.3363 Meeting that at each Circle good number of young people ago. Dr. Holt's pastorate and than Innerspring mattressesand
met at the home of Mrs.
it discussed Holt's leadership In spiritual
meeting be as to Mrs. more flexible-- hence eas-

e promoting the working towarda Notice is hereby given that, Jo Reed last Monday night fora life enriched the livesof ier for bed-making and getting KEYSTONEBEAUTY .
r spaghetti and choir
Bazaar for 1971. Your Ideas pursuant to the provisions of supper many in the community. supersizes Into bedrooms. -
I will aid materially In what the Section 545.14 of the Rules and practice. Two" songs from Besides his wife, he is sur- Further both foam types are SHOP :
"Good News the
Executive Board does toplanning program they vived three Mrs.
as for the Federal by daughters, non-allergy materials frequently -
We Are Pleased at the next board meetIng Savings Regulations and Loan System the are presently working on, were Helen Walter of Rockville Md.. recommended for hay- EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
enjoyed by those attending the,
i ; First Federal Savings and Loan Mrs. Virginia Entenza, Fort fever and such sufferers. All Personal and Creative Hair Styl-

FELLOWHIP CLUB Association of Starke Starke Sunday evening worship. We White; and Mrs. Anna Ruth selling points.Supersizes Inc Every Form of Beauty
that and more
hope more Sexy Charlotte, N.C. three Culture Tues.-Sal.. 9-5 closed
; continue to make ;
Florida has filed an applicationwith
That Covered dish luncheon and Federal Home Loan young people will continue to Ron Albert A. Holt, Jacksonville bedding news as their sales Monday. :
Announce the
To I II business meeting of the Club Join this group so that we shall David R. ColumbiaMo.
0 will be held on November 12 Bank Board for permission tc soon have a great young people's ; Holt Baltimore spiral up and up on a dally -
and -
at 2:30: In the new Lion's Club establish a branch office at, choir. ; selling basis. Only supersizes NURSERY :
In the Immediate vicinity of Md. Also surviving are can provide the new dimen-
Charge t Building. Mrs. Ethel Weyman, Lawrence Boulevard Keystone 16 grandchildren and 13 great sions of sleep comfortverymuch
No Longer Chairman
We Program announcesthe
t WMS met this past grandchildren. O.C. Carnes
program will consist of Heights, Clay County; Florida. groups Including for two-person Nursery :
at the church. Pro- Funeral services were held
The application has been delivered sleeping, and for tall people.
humorous readings by
mem- to the Office of the jects planned for the year include at 2:30: p.m. Wednesday in the This goes for today's young Thousands of plants
Axel and
ber Malmgren
I II guests
I For Out Of Town Mrs. Roy Turknett and her sister Supervisory Agent of the said preparing Thanksgiving Community Church with the customer particularly and they Fruit Trees-Shade, Trees
Board, located at the Federal baskets a Christmas party at pastor. Rev. Stewart McCord have a different set of com-
Mrs. will
Ray Farris entertain -
Home Loan Bank of Greens- the nursing home and the Weekof and Dr. U.S. Gordon,of Gainesville fort values than the older Big Evergreens
with vocal solos
some boro, 444 North Elm Street, Prayer In December for For officiating Intermentwas Depression raised generation.Today's Camellias & Azaleas
These lad-
I and duets. young eign Missions. The general In Keystone Heights Cemetery MOST ALL IN CANS
Deposited ies members of the Com- Greensboro North Carolina. newly weds want the
Items : are meeting will be held Tuesday under direction of DeWitt C. best
munity Church Choir. Any person may tile communications bedding to start a new PLANT ANY TIME
: Nov. 10 at 10:30 at which Jones Funeral Home
The nominating Committeewith including briefs In a.m. home. SELL SUPERSIZES nn Beautiful Roses -
favor or in protest of said time the Rev. Carroll
I Mrs. Wm. Beam Sr. will teach pastorl ssionary mes- LandseapingPhone : ;:
chairman Mrs. Axel Malm application at the aforesaid office -
and Mrs. Harrison Batch- of the Supervisory Agent sage. A covered dish luncheon : stie A 0 659.2165 '
Your I elder gren will announce the slateas within 10 days (or within 30 will be served after the meet- \ 14 A t&Th b

Open follows-: President, Mrs. days if advice is filed within Ing, and all ladies of the church 4 P J ) ) 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
and In the area are invited to STP.\
the first 10 days stating that
Houston Driscoll;1st Vice Mrs. Hwy 100 at Fiorahome
Account Today I II Mary WilcoX; 2nd Vice Mrs. more time Is needed to furnish attend.
Checking Robert Lambing; Sec'yandCor. additional Information)after the
Sec'y Mrs. Emily Ison; and date of this publication. Six The James Robison Crusade S. E. McKAY. REALTOR

Treasurer Julius Hanson copies of any communication Committees met at the First
I Nominations, as per Roberts should be filed. The applica- Baptist Church In Starke on I Jllway 21 North Keystone Ilts. JCEY8TONS: HEIGHTS 473411Avprabtl

I KEYSTONE STATE BANK Rule of Order may be made tion and all communications In October 27. Several of our Scrric' :.

from the floor and election to favor or In protest thereof an. members who are serving on Fresh Seafood The Bed 1 lailorae I.ablreat :.
Keystone Heights, Fla. follow. available for inspection by uiy these committees, and our pastor Barbecue -- Steaks -- *. A........ Reapls

I Member F.D.I.C. I This is the meeting at which person) at the aforesaid ciflce attended from our church. Buffet Lunch Daily A.ISOq.\ns:

In Your Friendly time discussion with the of the Supervisory Agent.
"Your Friendly Bank a mem- Mr!*. :Melba; lien 473-4740.
Community." bers be held as to what type; -First Federal Savings and This Sunday morning the pastor Dining Room Open -- 7 a.m.12 p.m. ("01. J. 'hes"lnC1on 4734679L. :
t Loan Association of Starke.It will bring his
of Christmas program will be message on J. Robinson 475-4941. .
favored. That Christmas meeting "Christ Prays for Ills Own" For Take-Out Orders Call Ole Al 473-9620
will be the second Thurs- 11/5 from the book of John.

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pany D. 12th Battalion, the 17th was one of the amendments
Air Cavalry near Di An, Viet voted on Tuesday
FOR CHILDRENThe nam. The meeting was held at the ,

If anyone around here has Church of God In Florahome.

parents of this community; lost a big black dog, I have an The turnout was not as goodas -
certainly should thank Bob and extra one at my house. He wan- had been hoped.In a:3Wi = li:1 = = =1

Rose Fish for the free carnival dered up a couple of weeks the business meeting, it -'
they had for the children Saturday ago and we can't get him to was announced that the equip I

night. They bought left- home. I have been told he ment ordered by the organization .RATES
over prizes from area carni- looks like a Labrador Ee Btrieve : for the playground had JIMMY\ MOORE'S For Sale 14 cu.: ft. refrig CASH

vals to stock their booths, and r, but I don't know enough been shipped and should be Minimum Charge ..- .1.75 SUN SPORTS moving in Fla. Call 964-5808. erator freezer, like new,

gave the chldren free ticketsto about dogs to know what he is. here shortly. (Covers 15 word I) tfchy! $100.00. 21 ru. ft refrigerator FOR PECANS
use In the fish pond, dart well-trained and Mrs. Gambill spoke to the freezer side side
He seems MOORE BOAT FOR 8 Tapes with new warrarty. < by ,
booth, and other booths. of not like the ones group about tentative plans fora Each word over 15-7o ,. .
taken care One far: 350. 2 for $6; NEW $360. 15 cu. ft. refrigerator
The Melrose Action Committee which are so often dropped off. paper drive. However, unlessa :SOc Extra Charge If not YOUR MONEY 4 for. $10. Dahmer'a D1s:, tnt.tfbl: freezer with ice Buying Dailyat
and area churches furnished truck can be found that is
refreshments of punch and coo- If he's yours, please claim big enough to hold a large paid iu advance Starke Ph. 964-5791 maker, NEW, $299.99. 3

Ides. Hot dogs were also a- quantity; of paper, it will not used Electric Ranges 2
him.Don't forget the Flea Mar- CLASSIFIED: DISPLAY Complete Outboard & Closecut: All 1970 Appli- State Farmers Mkt.\
vailable. The Action Committee be profitable to the organization : Rm. Gas Heaters. 744 N.
also collected the money ket at the Parish House, Saturday The recent bake sale netted $1.50 Per Inch Stern Drive,Service and ances to be sold at lone 961- PHONE 9G1-7120

from the children who trick or Nov. 7, sponsored by about $60 with mothers In Memorials :Resolutions. Repair. Complete Fiberglass above cost: to make room Thompson St. Phone
treated for UNICEF. the Melrose Action Committee. Florahome slated to hold theirs for 1971 models. Air Con- 6729. tfch J. R. WAINWRIGHT
Proclamations! etc -7c word Repair. Cus'tombuilt -
toward the
The party; begun at 5 p.m.and Proceeds will go sometime this month. ditioners, Ranges Refrigerators
lasted until about 9 as children day care center and other acti- Mr. Moseley's class won the CARDS OF TIIANKS Fiberglass Fishing K

stopped by while they were vities of the committee.The room coun .Refreshments were SO words! or less .., .,3.00 Boats Washers, &Dishwas e and r s, Small Appliance OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
trick or treating. I don't know Baptist Church is plan- served. Dryers, SALES
when I've seen so many happy ning a revival later this month. The PTA wished to thank the Each word over SO-7c Ice Makers.! Wells Appli REPAIRS

children. This time it didn't Watch for details. Church of God for making their FOR RENT One 'trailer! ances Hwy. 301 S. Phone Starke. Rt. 100 West has

matter if they had as much The New Life Bible Club after began facilities available for the REDUCE sail and fast with space: ; 'one frame 2 bedroom: : 9616061. Phone 782.3667 1971 12' wides for
money as the other kids. meeting Wednesdays meeting. unfurnished; house. One large

Judging from the amount of school this week.child If this you forgotto week G"water<:iBse pills.Tablets" send -
candy my chldren brought your DUPLICATE BRIDGE shop; one 'warehouse< : on :SOI; Irons, Heaters and
don't forget next week. Pharmacy. 6tp 11-5
home, everyone in the community Duplicate Bridge winners last South 'of Starke. Coll Mutual
Many of those in this area MARY Electric Hand Tools.
; was In a generous mood. week were: Thursday night, FUEL OIL SPACE heater Lumber Inc. 9G4-7490 Sam.
attended the Homecoming parade 11-12
And, incidentally, if you think and Gator Growl activitiesin Mrs. C. W. Hardy and Miss and floor furnace: $25 each. to 4 p.m_tfehg 3tp GLOVERELECTRIC j
the houses in Melrose are
Gainesville Friday evening. Tank and stand. Phone:: B646791 -
walking from FOR RENT OR SALE -Housein CARTER
together try Those children who attend Ala- Iva Hillyer, 1st place; Mrs. : after 6 p m. Itp I
house to house with two three- Raymond Crabtree and W.H. country. Also apartments ,

year-old children by the hand. day chua off.County; Schools had the Davie, 2nd place; Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE Riding horse. in Starke. W. H. Nollmlan.. BRADFORDSEPTIC Complete Repair

Melrose Elementary School A.V. Bannister, 3rd place; W. Phcne CB4-5153. Itchg tfchg PAINTS ServiceWIRING.HEATING
PERSONALSMrs. J. Grolick and C.W. Hardy, TANK
children had their pictures taken HOUSE PAINTING Interior
Martha Sue Dunk and 4th place. FOR "SALE 1970 CheV.
children from Miami spent the last week.MELROSE Tuesday, Mrs. J.D. Henderson pick\:A':p, 350 v-8. Turbo. Ph. Exterlcr. Sand: finishing! NEW ITEMS COMPAN.YREPAIRING AIR
weekend visiting' her parents, and Mrs. Ray Starnes, 1st 864-S9G3 or 964-7500. ask for floors.Hourly or extract. First CONDITIONING
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Robinson. PI'ADr. Crab- Ronnie. Up floors. Hourly 'or contract 24 HOURS
place Mrs. Raymond .
Frossard from the University ; WALL PAPER DKAIN
Glynn Rothhammer and sons, tree and Mrs. R.G. Merrick, First class workmanship.; Con- CLEANOUTAND 964-8835
Bruce and Clyde, of Gainesville ; of Florida in Gainesville 2nd place Mrs. Mary Cook FOR SALE 8.500 BTU Air tack Loriale' Roberts:' Ralford, PUMPING
; Unpainted
spent Saturday night with was guest speaker at the and Miss Iva Hillyer, 3rd place Cond'iticncr. LUre new' $60, Fla. Mon., Thurs., Fri. 7 ft..into Furniture
his brother-in-law and sister meeting of the Melrose PTA Call 1MJ4-7308 after 5 lip and
and pm 5 p.m. 431-1126. Nights
Bannister Mrs.
Monday night. lie spoke about Wood Graining Kit Phone 964-6647
Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Rowe and C.W. Hardy, 4th place. weekends 431-1768. 4tp 11-10
children. the pros and cons of an electedor WANTED Experlsnced: chaIn
Capt. Douglas E. Cook, son appointed county; superin- The Woman's Club had card flaw operators> for logging op- FOR SALE -One Honda &.90 K-80 Paint Remover Starke, Fla. tfcha
and salad luncheon at the
of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo E. Cook tendent. Though he admittedhe party clubhouse; Thursday, Oct. 29. erntlan.: Driver's license raquired. and one, 2H year old flUey. MACHINESALES
received the Bronze Star Medalin favored an appointed super- Halloween decorations were Top pay, paid vacation Call 864-7955._Up Houses Washed
Germany for outstanding intendent, he presented the arguments pension plan house & SERVICE
meritorious service with Com- on both sides. This used. available. Lon:aia PhosphiteCompMy SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Lawn Mowers\ For Rent BARRETTWater PFAFF NECCHI

--- --.- -- rrrand r rrrrrrrr : : P. O. Box 768, High Letters all sizes colors. Permanent 102 EAST BROWNLEE NEW HOME UNIVERSAL J

I visited with Sybil (Mrs. at the Melrose HomemakersClub. Springs FI''.. Phor.e 454-1511 for use on wood glass Conditioning $49.50 .
BEACH Chicken Man) Braswell and son or 454-1444. 2tchg 11-3 plastic paper metal leather. STREET REPAIRS ON All '
Wayne Friday. Saturday night, Mrs. Vera Swearingen went ANYTHING I Bradford County' and Pump Co. PARTS MACHItC5NATIONAL .,<
(Lake Santa Fe) Buddy and Merle Ellis of and brought her mother Mrs. 10 ACRES Telegraph.! IfWATSON'S OTHER ['

By: Michael II. Chilly Gainesville, Grandpa Chitty and Nora Mathis of Jacksonville, South 301 -Nice Frame Home 130 Court Street fc
Pbone 475-1612 Don and Jean Chitty; of Starke back to spend the weekend with Many Outbuildings Chain COTTAGE PARENTS-Men Cot Phone 964.5832PLUMBING
A.B. Howard of her and Fred. Maxie Mathis of Link Fence $17,000 Call Bill 61 11 W.UNIV.AVL
visited us. tage parents 'Wanted. Some
Howdy friends are Jasper visited them over the Powell BrokerSouthern House of Vacuums 378-1355
with all these days? Starke wa s a supper guest. Married couples and women.
I things you .
weekend and took Mrs. Mathis
Huh? I guess we Chittys; can't PERSONALS Many brands of new vacuum Salary starts $347 per month,

complain, we're all about rid Redmond and Glayds Mal-downat to Red her home.and Rose Neal were in Marine $39.00 up. Used machines from per person. 5 day week, 8 hour Water Conditionersand t
of our colds. I seemed to have phurs Jacksonville were $10 Expert Repairs\ all makes. day. Promotional opportunities
door Pompano Beach over the week- Moved\ To GainesvilleNew Pumps
their lake home next ,
So State Retirement sick leave, NOTICEStarke
whipped now. guesseverything's Parts and Accessories for all WELL DRILLING
end visiting former neighbors,
for a couple of days last week. NameGainesville
fine round our vacation, etc Please apply In
Built in Central
vacuums. vac
John and Thomas Spires. Sales and Rentals
We extend our deep sympa-
stoop. Jack Miller Fam- Mrs. Gen Porter of Phonelx, MarineLYNN uum cleaning .systems 712 N. person only Personnel Office, and Keystone
thies to the
Otis Melton and I had a nice Arizona and Mr. and Mrs. C.T. M'\ln. Gainesville 376-7110 Euliland Center, GalncsvJI'e' Repair Department Heights area Customers
visit with my cousin, Jerry and ily upon the death of their Boswell of Okeechobee have HAMILTON MGR. Fla. An equal opportunity employer 24 Hour Service

Regina Chlttv; and son Donnle. uncle in Tampa last week.They been visiting their brother and Johnson Motors Cobra Boat,! CLASP ENVELOPES all UchgVETINARY Hastings Mattressand
and had a good time studying attended his funeral in Tampa Ma'rlne' sizes.- Bradford County TeleGraph I
and Mrs. Supplies
sister-in-law Mr.
God's Word Monday night. I've last Friday. Joan Miller stayed -., Upholstery
found that the best way to enda with TinW and Pat Flllmon and Andy Boswell, recently. 1030 E. University Ave. IN'JECTABLES ,.

day is to read and study daughters in Keystone while her The only news I have from Gainesville FOR SALE-35 ft. 'trailer. 3 Tetanus Toxoid 710 St. Johns Ave.'f.
what an Almlghtly God has done parents were away. Griffin 'f" miles off 301 to the left, Lester Sleeping Sickness 11
the Sports World is Roy IF WE DON HAVE IT SEARSHas PALATKAIs
and will do for His Born Again Pete and Joyce Barton went Johnson. itp
of Griffin's the we'll It 'for Distemper Hepatitis-Lepta
Lodge, says !ret you Office 1
God Is allI home with Jim and Evelyn
Children.can ..Praise Brummett of Panama City; and fish just an't doln' it. He has Supplies Furniture, Equip BABY SITONO done' In my Comblolio Everthing Open Again ;
say. only caught a few Bass and e ment. Bradford ANDREWS DRUGS
My parents James and Cri- stayed till Sunday. !home $10 week\ Phone 964-
cket Chitty; went to Homervllle, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norwood few Shellcrackers on the sand / 8919. itp FURNITURE

Ga. Sat. night to visit Aunt held a bridge party Friday night bar.Hardly STARKEPhone Repaired Refinished!' 1
Deese who suffered a for Mr. and Mrs. L.O. Martin anyone was home when WANTED LISTINGS FOR SALE 1963 V:>lks- FOR RENT12' wide 2 be'J-: Reupholstered j
heart attack last week. Grand- of Jacksonville. Mrs. Norwoodmy we called for news, so I'm On Homes and Acreage Buyers ''Wagen pickup, 4-spsed 65 room trailer'! outside city 961-6843

mother Copeland and I were mother Cricket and severalof afraid that's It. Until next week, Waiting S rout Realty, Rear. HP. Good% shape. $400. Jack limits. J. B. White. 964-6114. NEW MATTRESSES :

visited by Otis who spent Sat the women of this area attended may the good Lord bless and Broker 2117 N. Temple Ave. Eavci. Forgyth Read Up tfchg
keep you all. Ph. B64-6C09 Stnrke. Flu" ESTIMATES
night with us. Mother Workshop Wednesday .. FREE
._._-,-,- -- WILL SWAP 3 be from home FOR SALE New brick 3 Collect 328-2144 1
I IIt's For all your Real Estate! for lakefront prop rty. Call bedroom 2 baths living room Call

Needs Buy Sell Exchange 064-7649 or 964- 557. dining room family room. DRAGLINEAND

Appraisals. Ex. 4tchg 11-26 FHA or Conventional( : Financing LEW'SWELDING I
pert Advice on all Real
Contact Buford Mitchell,
Estate Problems! Call SHOP
Phone 064-0760. P.O. Box 238,
niceB sing a woman. BILL POWELL fcnced: -Bceirnsrs/
Beg Rtal Estate Broker Call! Mrs., Kay D'al your CLINTONROBINSON Whispering Pines :Motel
Phone 964-6464 home or m',:!e.! 964-8141. Up US 301 S. Phone

Slarke Plaza Starke FOR SALE 1962 Falcon .pick BARRETT 9618252.
tfchg! $200. Phone 964-5812.
i\I1I1\ up 21p 11-12 Water Conditioning UTILITY TRAILERS
Closeout!: : All 1970 Appliances
and Co. PH. 281.3593
.1"1/ to be sold at 10% FOR SALE Dairy calves: Pump GAS AND ELECTRIC

above cost: to make room $25 up. Want to! buy about PENNY FARMStfchtf BRAZING

.--. for 15)71) models Air Con 500 anticrry plants. 864Bf.qq. 130 Court Street WELDING SHEET -METAL
== ditioners. Ranges, Refrigerators up Phone 96..5832PLUMBING -

Dishwns her s. FOR SALE Transferred

Washers & Dryers, and must sell. Lawtey: acre with Custom Built

f Ice Makers\ Wells Appliances. 2 BR frame house, tile bath Water Conditionersand PUMPSNEW

Hwy. 301 S. Phone kitchen (built-In' ), ,air conditioner Pumps Wrought Iron Rails fo

9646061.; & furnacs. Newlypaneled WELL DRILLING Porches and Patios. AND USED
and. : insulated.: $8.200
Sales Rentals Mobile Home
and Steps
$1200 dawn. Phone 782-3061
1111aYIIlIr, aaa1Y Pltial Rt .". -' LEGAL FORMS Brad Mail Box Stands SALES
or M4-M6. It
ford County Telegraph' Ph. Repair Department PARTS

% 984-0305. INSURANCEAT 24 Hour ServiceIS Brown's Welding SERVICE

; REDUCED RATES Deep and Shallow Wells

AUTO. FIRE BOAT $2.74 HOURLY WORTHA 556 S. Walnut Water Softeners and

iller Brown DOYLE CONNER 6c STAMP TO YOU Phone 961-6 ISO FiltersPlumbing

;.! INSURANCE AGENCY Easy to earn $13-up daily:! ,: or 964.9958 Supplies
., tofts
Distribute:,!: famous, Watkins

a,} ", : 111111'TO"Volkswagen!!!! !! BAIRD Products and: fabulous Gifts EXPERT SERVICE ON
; to establish' : easterners!:: in
Today's woman enjoys new freedom! :' ,; : : Mobile Homes Starke. Full or part:' time IF- WE DON'T HAVE- IT ALL
>' (male or female), Write we'll !get It for you. OffiCIO PHONE 9617061DURRANCE
In her;! home;!, as well;! as out in the world. -'!%t r NEW and USED WATKINS, Dept. 11-2. M. S. Supplies Furniture, Equip

And part of what makes it possible is : : ;' New- .. Used 1./:1)/: 8.10.12' Wide Box 2447, Memphis Tenn. ment. Bradford County
Sale Servlee 38102. Itshg Telegraph & SUPPLY CO.
*' Gainesville PUMP:
modem electric living. It gives her \ f

4 time and energy to develop her full potential, r ; ..',: 1 MI. North of Tire Mall Good Quality 4 Bearccm: hc-Jss! large fenced i.................. ....<*>
v GAINESVILLECARL Reasonably Priced yard workshop. Kings-: -

Electric l reverse-cycle air conditioning heats-,,., ,u' Gainesville 378.2785 ley Lake. Ph. 964-8211 even- '1. :
in winter and cools in summer,so today's,<>,,';">% Serviced Guaranteed and In .. and: weekends(! Itp \ ....
: 'A.
\ : woman can choose her own Indoor climate,,:{ ':: ; Delivered In Slarke Area Truck ant: Camper: For Sale .. .w. .. 'I.i\'.
\. > NO EXTRA COST Chap Call 984-fiBOl. Itp You p \ f }.
.' She! feels better..achieves more.And so does A* BEGGS US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th .. :

her family. And being practical she ., ftC Oalnenvlllo 3TS-.TII5 For Sale: Large 2 piece .
Gulf Service
\ green sectional and cast: Ironwood
appreciates"rever!" f we'll It for Office 3793.
*' ret you itp
for economical year-round comfort. *i
Top Prices for Wrecked Cars .
Supplies Furniture: Equip.
It's nice,being a woman..and elechjc 21 Hour Wrecker Service menl, Bradford CountyTelllP'lIpl1. WE WANT TO SELL 3 bedroom the. i
: two; b"'.h masonry at .
living!helps make it even more !.: -. Fuel Oil .. harne.: for 18000.00 with! good + .

1=1 so.tW: ,,,,..<,<,> Vied Cars POSTED SIGNS:; Treated to terms: also a'It.'y beautiful' \ .. .
--.--. Hwy. SOI) N. Waldo withstand weather- 20o each. masonry! ;I-.oms with spacious: ..
468-1998 12.25 doz. Special price on larger grounds for 14500.00 A. J. .. .

quantities. Bradford. County Thomas! Realtor. Tel. 964-3701.: ..
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oiled and adjusted In your Crosby Lake & Crosby Lake TV & R.-.dlc3. far bench practice YOU FIND IN THE :
home. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Inlet Ideal For Mobile Homes Don't: need to even : BARGAINS

repairs abo. All work guarantee Summer Cottage Or Year- make a sound mill goof .

ed. Dennis E. Cogging. Phone Round Living for 'bench practice Phone TelearaobCUSSIF1ID
County >
4311428. tleh All Lots Ready To GoCleared 96"- 202 I_pIck-M-p' TT" i 'Bradford :

Graded It Leveled. .
See your dealer or air conditioning contractor for the latest in central PAPER Mlmeo Paper Bond priced\ Available.From Call$995.00.9647701.Financing Clectrlc.: : For ale or rent. : ADSI :
"whole-house"or individual room units. Paper Notebook Tillers. Bradford county Telegraph. .
Bradford. County Telegraph .

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