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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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State Road BondsDecisioll I. Architect Hired i I, Protest Assessments




Set \ t': iirrH -- ToPIan3 I 2 Timber Firms


On Courthouse "I G: 1J School Projects



w- Aii architect has \been hired File Tax Suits

A new courthouse for Bradford County five constitutional t by the! DI'l&dro'dJchool, / Boiira

amendment school to draw" piellmlnaiy sketche-j!
district millage and ,
three school '5 of three. .school constructionjobs I
trustees form a variety of topics to be I ,
decided by Bradford County'otPI.i which Supt. Tom Casey Stilt' ) were filed, by two timtior, conumnie* III Circuit ,

ballots in next Tuesdays election. : on four separate hopes to ha\e, completed by I Court ht're Tuesday rharirlnir. t their IniulA in I Hriulfortl Council Trim
(the fall, of 19"". ?
w Polls open at 7 a. m. and I I k Plans will be.. di..,,\in for County( hav bwn illi'itally n:4:4t': : $::4t'll. 1l1,114.klnlClo I

w i close!! at 7 p. m. In the couuty'i I Legfctlatuiet from diverting tlx clii.sm-oojnn. a. llbntrv. ofllcc enjoin Tax (Collootor J. H. Kelly from "l/c'cUIIIC/

17 voUngrec1ncts.: ) the-w funds. they declar? It :' suite and caffteila! at the full JI'!) >.-> levy aKaln.-t the \plaintiff.-: Another $$3,000
J the racing U' not pledged '
A total or 5.713 electors are money tiiiMtey Junior, HtKll Schnol: Filing nulls here luemtnywme
qualified to visit the polls 1 the county might lose mot>t their |ls'otCst, .. us to their. 2 10H3) '
two rlaiKtionmM." a library Container O>rpurntlonlarwe.it .
t5.654 Democrat*. M Republicans -I or all of it when the Legislature l..nn. .hern'' woik room and a. tlmberland operator, in eaonvnM Tlie board "aiblIraitly From Expens *
U re-apportion In favorof and syatfiimtlcully' re-
and 3
Indepsndental,
miiltl-purK| room( at Ancler-, the county with 36.178 ncies
but Judging from other otto the state's blv counties, $OI Junior Illxh In iMwtey. and ownnl, or uiulor !1&.11.<.. and<1 rused( to iil'.e the plulntlff.liny "

year and peclat election turnout Commission Chairman Oeor ni srxen more rlrt, "iooiu" at Oweu.i-llllinil.1 I I ttc which .irllc-f.\ It It clioi'Ketl.., and Wh..klnlC away Nt I{H >tW'l<*'
; *. It ta doubtful If 25 percent Rotrrts has declared Southildtf Elementary In tiiiitruUi opfiatloiM. on :XtlJD: t .tlt ""l&ft.r the iixNetnmriit, roll tu.lgct. problem .les( '1'\1\(11.11\ ,,,

of that number exercLsei I ISfe editorial pave seven. HlarkeIVni net os.Bimllar. WHO," llh-HMllV. ceillUftl, by the nbrht, St rk..'i" city. <- "'II( e"t

the privilege AmendmentsOf It Morgan of Orange" nulls are cxpfctetl" Iv lloiiiil of County.. Coiiunlaslon-" (1.Ol>" more, hut epi$4\ \ gt4fl

'The caurthou.se: question chief Interest among Psik U the architect hired be lllett Mllliln' the next few Pl's (nn Srploinlier! 7 total II.MIJ above ."''I'f\t.' .,.,
the ptoposed Constitutional "The arblltiiry and! dine! ; Itti-
might bring Vm out. one ob- "' Tuf.vlay.: duiliig. a ain'clal days. by Kayonlrr Inc.\) will) incnni
amendment It NO). 4 which Inatury a. server commented. althougheven authorizes the slat to Uue ) llrtuml at 'prerntutl ..f l..iwlry fire truck :Monday. ) 1I1I.'n...." are
that tau* has failed: to I to 1300 million In bonds for up ......_ ".I..r... the. ,prrolilmit \ liinlrer. Klr .'..MM-HIHI| | | NelwMi. Itlm-ker, dUlrlrl. forester with faculties of the Oilman 1'.,pt'1 ('u. I IfrainwrlySt. < .an hottest mlituke. or an up with a> pt..V, ('; ct.t
generate much Interest ai pub schools affected. Maiy'a\ Krufll with '7.843 JlOilO)\') which wouI4uiuerl "hft' '' "Ir
lic meetings held around the construction of around 1.2001mil's I l..ike. (.lty .J. .(? 1'\1'It. Jr' Bradford! CiHinly Kaiigrr. (pn>M>nllns; .y")1) | Mayor ( herPes' eimr of .Jiifinenl. by the tax '
Supt. Casey termetl Uie Hills\ of compUlnt) filed by the tilckywU \\l'\IW
county) to explain the of four-lane primary. "Nhufonlj' .: Joe Dorku. |>reolilfnl. Volunteer Fir mt-n; ..n.11.: 1.I.: Jordan, flm rhlrf.La ..,.w..'""or. but wem, nmile In.
proposedplan. I three Job steer ememencles., both ,pltiliitlff* ai e autwtantlnUIv neveial* thuihMVV, ( >leftover
roads. 'tet, tonally fur! I Dm. ti.iilt.'r&tteUI &
Not a single! person I He. said the piene-tit Lmwtey Llni ensue and cUrve they The council "d lot\fV\ t >V*( rot
other than County Commissioners This amendment Is strongly I Gets Fire Junior High building U dangeixnMi. have been dcnlej. their ('UnltU.tutlm.,1 > aNtH" of telelvlng I other taxpaver his Me.... but U'V Ji\1\ yt

an;.J: other tinted to backed by Oov. Haydon ,vtey TruckLawtey and that the library I lUhtji to initial pro- from' boat, 11W tlielr jtmt two. to C'\lt the city tY'ttfll'pt'tJp' /

peak and answer queaUolU.turnl'd Burn mho says the roads areneeded I .. at Anderson Junior High .Uhouiixl 1"'Ut,1IllId'r the hats' by the 'tax bitrilen\ and for the purIMINM \ ...... tl (per' ,,'V 1",.,

'! out at meetings ache- i now to save many am.1l1 I now in a. pine building ".1 bits aty and. clllfClll1Ih.. .tory" of ImiMMlng. that& burden, raIocui In halt and tII' \, ,Ohd)(\

d, duled at Hampton: last Thursday town and cities In the slat, became the prou'li for storage.It < unteer Kir I"'p"rtnl.nt" 11..1 r The new rooms at Boutll- action of Hrailford, Ct tint> i>iuntnlner\ un\l I other'tlin-. from the lanoon) ( "'''''I' ,.\\Il\\''
night and RJE High that are blng by-paued by possessor of It. first piece off I will be turned over to the all 16 on the west ansi eWe will remove the necmxllynf Tux AtNenxor. Oeiw long |In lM-r"' (owni-is" in Hi,atr., ",'.. ( ''lIn.Iy. IVlMtrlinent, buUget, ""'Pq, "lit%
School night. the new Interstate hltrhwaya. /ftr. nghtlnK Monlny recent l tjiwtey VolNoclallon. line the. eiut.Money | I Hie. plaintiffs. ,) declare,
Monday I equipment : ly-orgnl county on I using the old, Hellbroim making up MS, 19tiA tax roll. untlt-r conli1eialli>,u.
The Jan In the series. la *et The Governor also points out < afternoon when Bradford t ".".....1 bv Joe. I>orko to run the depart. building I now at Htuike rie- Ilulh stilts natiMnt Tag Collector ( "nt h"r, hiimes Unit the Actually the cOtJti-jt\, t\jt\

for the courtroom at 7:30: p. : that four-lane hithwaya. area II County Forest. hanger J. C a..* pre....lertt. The truck' nient will h* raised l by donation -I meutary It has been considered J It Kelly and elate! .astMw. fixed the vulue ofhhli $10.KM) fiom their jIo"I\ \! trt

m. tonight (Thursday ,I. and I safety factor since mot of Prevail Jr. tuniel. the k.).* Will be avnilnhle for UK* In 1 ant prfimotliHi' of Vnrk I a the trap fur year. Coni|>tioller. .r"iri. | O. Dlckln-) > lamU'" and other lliuiwtlanrlM ) sx|
offlcals hope the public will i the fatal accidents. (occur on to a l',-ton Internatlonul, an are hnumled. n"ighly by I >u, beneltt. .event The flml "We can't live another year Still .nt "",.,"II"HII. at A much greater percentage n\er'\ $<
turn out In good number for' two-lane road truck over to Mayor diariesRhufoiil ) the (Orim, Host on the north. I of these. will b* a ronml ant I IH with our children In that The''' phIII"III..... that on or their J Just i valui nes !Mutlgct. woik h., kf't, _,

this final briefing session. I Other amendments on the'' In Iron of the Law- the Motgan It..... on the lIO"th.1 <|tiura ....n'.. ..t the Htra.wbf- thing." Casey Raid Jan I 1. 1HU5.$ Mini. for a longtliiM Hum other ,agricultural tuiKl'.* '\ stuivd 1 stilt since. liVi i1'rIl'' ....

Whpr. they hsve been given j I ballot next Tuesday are- lev city hulL I ryVhnrf HMtunlay. night Plans me for I..wtev and pievloutlv tliey e era. tiding .. In the county "in. partloular, 'I"y'|i nUht'a ,n"I'Ul1"" VV'\U-'\, ,
the bill of cumplnlnt
a chance to explain the No.1. Providingthat:: the The truck was obtained by I..ndlud..r. their says Chalriiiini Cntl I ?tll/rll \ ''lf I
m.t.1 The Korext $rWrvIr la provt.llng '- Aixlerson Junior highs, to the control I'tI'1 : $
ter, Commissioners: have point. state hail be divided Into four i,> the .Kn. >..10.. Forest Service'. Negro! InjuredIn I the truck. for l. &wt.-rs grades. one through, eight for agicultural. ( i inirponcs "tlie tax. Mi"e" "!or ha. .IISMI4'dtrtirk ) Clefk. MerrIll Pt1watf'k, /, k,,h :

ed out that mote than a new or more appetite districts of '. from the Jit.-kmmvllle. ) NAil as part of is campaign to help l/autry/ Junior High now ha* by condiirtlna.. ,, synleinntli, !! forest 4-ropUitt lx at tlflO |>eiune. with :Wnyor t..iRI. l $" ''f ,.111'\\
I
(hut rl'ul.I..I"l at $1111)
courthouse is Involved In the I contiguous counties .. the surplus equipment. and ma.le I Shooting i ruts) area tin a c..r.llv.1| a ninth marte. The 8ouU >kl ry ntierutliiiiN. on them,, al L City AlloineyInive '' t1s.x", Idt:11, '
acre. ImIJl'OV1fI1lrll l \
: straw ballot. If the county's j Legislature may prescribe and j avsUbtble for tine In Lawleyj ....111.. u-liool will be made Into a Doth) pUUitlfM dex-ltiie thatthey t"nr l,...-n\ In Miami ,t.kAir'i, \
nuluiftt
prevent equal! share of state'I that tile" Legislature may provide under an agreement .,,,...... A Ne-iro man was slightly In recent Iwiwtey has complete unit of :34 clwwroomi. .iplwIrlu| <| In.fore llv liP) |I"'t' aria, grace the anniiiit/ n.nv..n'M> tPI'P'lnrkl.
years ) at IHO)) .
( acrennrt
open
riinne per
race track funds la pledged! for: for additional Judges for I earlier thIs month.Lnwtey I Inured! In a looting south olBtwfce ,w.n without any fire proleo-. fore the addition I.* up, Casey. \ County (*loii. sitting an grove MI 1150\: I..r ... league, of ?st1I1htilthI.I .. \ .
|xrnn
c debt retirement on revenue I, any district court of appeal relvnd the truck I Wednesday night. Oct. IWinnl of 1>;:11"" "nc"II. .sit.qsu4fieql Ui* II ttmi. .
: and ba
tkin pnflil mlVinwtey eaW.ft. I err,. will It* i>ln.i .tlnvlHTlnntlias .. I
certlJc tea for a new courthouse. :,I 'with a minimum$ of three for equipp*!. with gU.gs-Itvn<" t! *.- 20. .. ('eqTuipnhint or Help said no m."Hllum lime and |e.'l..t"e" I live,"; uniformly. .avetiied", alI Tliv returnedciHv h1'\ ""' 1/-.
tt will prevent future each district tar tank, at coHt. but afieed of ,,', Ij t'\/Ic\/ '
no beNt iiowevKdviiirrti '
I Charles Hcott ,.. was nholbv from mmrby toninunitiea. i'kha. set on any I II loo). |er ..,......" Ttiey cliiln night, %
No. Auttiorlxlng an addition to pay for ordinary mHlntcnnce j jI hl. site. Ruth I> "" 'Ott. 40. rir. Chief. M M. Jontan the Job, but that all tin re that' the Just value. / ,"'rI'tf'' sal'ln vestrrkiv,, ,, f1
Rotary Votes *! county Jud.eahl.In. an'I l $Iruiuinni-e. *. well ttproviding ,. unIts wilt be complete. .Hm h* expected "rl\irl1"I' ""'i'-
I with! a :33 rallbr revolver who also. served. as IM viteymnrohsl bCIII.// 7,900 Tax Bills In thru. cutrtrorlefl. exceeds, thi'jiwt ..
Lak County mutable building-' about 9 p. m at hla'" home on |Unx. to rail. a ties when they are .. vatu,* |I"x-r ncre of) plnr ,Ion wIth the b'/lI.rv.' 'V b_
38-1 For NewCourthouse Ni. Providing: that th.Clrt route oneArrnrdingr. ot Ih. Volunteerment ... Work, inimt begin now If they I MailedA /1\11..1! | for tonight I 11'1'1"A' I
ing tn..I. To Be 1."he'I"1. ) several times. over
of the Circuit Court In '
/' 'to Hroll's' atatemenl are to I be> ready. for the 8(1( ;1 "" but at tlw ine"..I'tjf'IA\ h tJ4
at an eurlyilate.Firemen the .
Palm B"ach County rhall also Local Paving i iI given at Bradford Countv -I I, term. Casey. .said... j' "In I )imrtM'iiUr./ )5iJtc.lllltbUISsays com. nireiliig. hadAnother 1- ""\\1'\//'
ji .serve. as the Cletk& of the Palm: the I rerortl-brenklni' numlxii plnllil) fll'il by < .. \
I Hmwltal. h* had ,ietuine' : The board alw aupioved. toconxlihr ", .tltwr W't r'lc'tr1
"llu filled|
c Bracti County Criminal Court Bids Arc Let ;< Imme from work. where. h.1 Make 'nevotlatlan of a S2H.OOO: loan I Ito of 7niKI t IHX, bills will be inall- tile>. uiaseuswsr qiiui.tlly. "ansi aig'. tit ralle-J liowever.rteireullon ,fliftt, \/- "
A near-unanimous straw of Recant. I cover curient, expriuwaillinHixh I od! next werk bv Mr*"lfoTil Ciwninltt/y. flPJi'Isstra i*
wan straw twvw 'or" local I Pair Of .RunsThe !
the Ill-
I of LIme VKlloiM, tract
Yot. of M to 1 in favor of the mobile
No. 5 Exempting ( TI0111'1.0), J It
November Hurh i.sitty\ |o meet with y\t'< 'VV*>'*
..ererecelvrd Tuesday pulpwnnl hinlneM. and was I IlIthII. (
I Bid the, laud. cniiilllloit -
| from < "
come
pmpo ed nw courthouse Issue I homes and howe trailers from i' In Tallahassee on two. Urad-1 I / > stInt hl< eutn>er and : Hlsrke. .Klre |iepsitms'ntanswered loan la iwewiary. almost. '.1 Kelly of I"net. anil, ...1\1!) con of thill departmentfff& \ W

was recorded at the. Rotary I the payment of real and personal toiv County secondary: ruadIfluJectl talking), lo hi* daughter about a roll al 4 .t.1: p m I year Casey. said, since. the. I Tlie flguie rf'1..IIU an Incirnne Itlll.." of 'Uie vMilou. ..* tracts over thai budget w\iHr\\," 1"">%"
Club Wednesday after County I taxes. end making them schools track of about 311(10.()( .as e"mPBIKJ almost doubled VV 'P>-
totaling. 2 '736 mile tier .. ...CCI wmk When he "$.Iu.d" .n.a l eitingulohe.1) .1 receive no rare \ nf whli-h' .are over )
Com minion Chairman Reorgr I '
W r Roberta explained the pro- Srhnol Balloting low bidder at IIJ9. 2' i t'CI or gra'le she t .id. received In when it Im'al) man useil. ."..... ,'July throunri November Htil.. .uddlni lust. "$1t54 tk-itlly M'fIJt usiwisel" i5tlreI., .. "*, prr..m., 'V'\f.If'\ rt:
poL Two separate ballot will be ,I AIM .. the tiaiMfer -I everyone, III the county will get. eninmlfte. (" hI'fkf
1 on the two projects whUh: In- I i. fifth Ki-nrtV readiivt. cU... his line to restart a nrrpliw-e; lure appioveil was COllt"III', said thAt It .b..- the ar"
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Roberta .-ild that pletijrtnt ....ed in lh. school elertlwuil i ,' of OliO) In capital. outlay one this year rVMMltimn clinic' nit"', Mh%
TO MrMnhonPH no
In hi. home at
1 I elude B-lhel Church Ibid wife. he Mtld. puli) 'd. out the herrI. the Just. value. of Its I11.I .
the county'a shore of ran tiso l arheduled for next Tuesday -' .. ,! funds. l.. rill rent exiiis.e 'n),. lollfUir mild. the bills hotly Ji"ltni nnrt JlA, \J* \l\" \;
: between bOA I ItlrtfTis l/xn l lI II :33 pistol and shot him In the No ilKiiMge wa reportedAn I 130: .urri-d In. Iliailfotil, County !
track fumla for retirement" ol at the same polling placesAll .alp subject, to the usual 4 pet .
I and Sit 230 I New Ban1lng! ,1 left leg Scott said he could [ electrlml short In the 'I ls |74-J71JO: revenue rertincatea wee till qualified elector are I duuotml, tt ml-l 1 In NnVrinlxT. ,
I Rued. P I. and And'rann Junior rite no re*. oii for his wife's wiring of n KM! I station. wagonbelonging IIOtlMOMINOIRIIV I''H' ,'''.: cent *aoml v"II"1f J.IHH.7AO' 'liii' 111.1)041' ) ) etit. WI. IlC "1'I'liu'sssi
only aura way of protecting the llvible) to vote for the three 3 per rent In IVreniher. In the Uftl.r"t"IJ|" |) flu'laIrtns.nt \
act km lo Bishop Thomas MORMMtItie .
High road between V ,:4 301 I I I .wt bv the tax asses'son Ui*
I racing' revenue after the Klof' whool trustee whose termsre :3 per cent In January, .It from a t.ItAi/ > b r
south/ of lAWtey and Sit 2M: : He was taken. to Bradford I of llrooker sent lix-itl IIr 11gbCr. )- lMH! ) roll Along with Iii bill [
Ida L..gtsittr.. .la reapportlon % expiring.: Only the I Incumbent east. of tjiwtey i County Ifoit" l by friendfor ,, .. In Hullik Ctievrolct ('0. *t Homecoming, I'srailf fur I and 1 per cent III FebruaryOn nf complaint It tendered, .. ')".100 to ij.. used' for) j j'\N/ ,< ,\tquestion.
..l In favor or the atate'a bill qualified for re-election \ ; : .I Bradford County High Hthool and after Apill I the bills .1 Wiggins. 'I l>. ",t"('
All right-of-way/ on the two treatment of the ; $10 IS Muralay morning Tliecsr .'hei .N ,fiur I I in I lull\ (WI "for, payment .
count .... 'nd their ruunea are the only I will .be stagaj In Ito downtown ] are dellrKiuent, and subject, to the lAnd, could situ. Vclmird I)
projects has "been secured wound JfOllpUotl l employee. wa being re| It..1| when into. tie reirMry 'of thusviuirl I I
V Roberta Mid that courts: nea to be printed on the* bal- I district at 10:17: a. m iI j jFriday a )iienalty,, I ,. If a pnyment' ?V\, t:*.'"
and they are ready to go a* > $,hW.Iliv pollrei th flare up otftirreil. TheamiMint r .. an I.h. ani'Mlnl theninnpany !
I have hell that fund pletlgec 'ot They are! hIram W Bennett I Kelly said the bill* are tw kill I nut
wm)
1 for del retirement, cannot b< of iJtwtey. Chsrlr lIarly. Min. .* tiv contract Is award. !i ( officers nl-t Hcott's of ttI i
ed. ConstructkHi: could: bvtiln | wife Kulh. had little. to In lUH.t\ .luxes.lOilititlnei'a.
l disturbed. If the racing" mono StArt: and J W Kelley nay *!. be crowned. du'' 'low the half) at I anyone.,. wishing to pay up befoie UJ: lm that tie "says c.liJ4 1 1<\ \\,41
la not pledged. Roberta Mid Brook... J around the first of the. yearit when questioned later Her I, tint. game "KrUay night 1 1I receiving one through. thimull I IIIA4 II...".. nveil. t by rutting 'thIn iPt.l'V'iP.iuiiac's I ,I

0I.I I. e strong possibllit" In the matter' of school) dlstilct l I. Mid h>ini1 mu. < set at $\01: !f>0 I nient. was. SMIO: $ OOO on with It I' .. hail ,He 1\1\,1,

that the Commission might rninage only] persona who ,IMlrl 1 TI.I37:' : II: In terre' at till .'ftvln"' rhentire, $1> |jp' .*/*.*!<*<

.lo*. all oe most of In* 1142.- actually pay real "Uie or poor. I ...."plv.* them, mllloje "f 41 I :'JfTh ,'I.e I.". f"n. Po"''... tV\: \ ",'-pl,

000 M I* r-eelvlng$ ; annual!) orml 1 taxes will be allowed to Will Charge $2 Per Foot *. 0.IU1 fill check It ten fliettts'i. 4, |KIW' >", ei,. tuult I 'jf\tVl1

from th*. so arcs at the present vote Each: : person seeking to ileieil, represent. what IU lOnf. thins ft'i 1 I lie' vtvtlours \ ..llrh'

, t&me. "If kie thin money vote this ballot will'" be req.ilr- tan would t I.* at this, rounty, &they. "work .p. rAll .

w. wHl nave to bo.""* the -1 to Him an affidavit that he prevent ''roll-back. levy o. "poUremen work, Hf VX,*
' Council Finn On Sewer Assessment .. >... .
ad valorem tax levy about. !la a taxpayer In Bradford 1477 mllU mi an a w iiiieiiof week

three mllla to make up for II.' County ) I74J7110W However hews Clerk Merrill Ed't'i' \\jo,,,-
Roberta Mid 1< The district .levy recommended in I le, ,,",', 1944\ aMesMiieiit fig tested. l Itiss. 11.300 P'\f IltU

If thj pledging of nee trackmome : by the School Board Continue pretests by wlutf. fHo project CouncIl'' m.........'* 'rewsml n rents lo II 1 T$. ..j will n.. eallo! in the i>..., future he r..1! now aho saki. .1fl. lire of $3 HM Aftl.''' C'unfalnMwmilil ,bring cut H. ..."KI hi V' '*,,

canned out. the county Is four mllla. which will be I th, rtty rtjum-tl termed! a minority Ruby John one, Wiggles and everyiti, ..en rooM. l help pay Th. nxtnrll aluo ass.iire<..1 l lrt \ lm>,... inkier. wrgnxl 'that pay S42.I4O2I. alm< 1 ilenerve. at lead *.1r\ r l\<\t\\ ...a A
the were overrulelt -' ... .. .. .. tnt. with wrorkalile. ) .. >llr an *0) .Pr cent I utti-rIsie fiVe,
can huve rt. 0.""" new :printed on ballot. There cmup JimmyI'otlMker'1 McKae all th* .tnw, rni| sg*ln | U: n that ir *n Arr> will re4'l< | deportment IwMxl.

rnurthouse without. an Increase will also' be. space for the Thqr..biy. night,. when. the ...nd they hart received call that e... illy hs .bnrr..w..1 l get -tty water.. as WM. agrrwlI 1'' tank ahoiilil receive' a re.lnr- 11JII41 I "f fkiurff' tin tnllt) "f c"t" ....

In ad valorem taxes. the Com voter to write In any odrrmlllatge .bound der..le to proceed. with i iIt frfMtl revkle-nt n H present at \ money In runotnirt Ih. line the public bearing. on Ui,. I kin In the .__fII."t., .* .lm<. f>wen-ltllnoU.. tendered much .n arty ...V"r1."I'." 4'\tt

musnoner said. he rh_.. Ptnrtcf i propowd *wrr 1wwkiina. { the meeting. .wbo were In favor ami U U .being. pslil' barN. ,I matter. at the *,,-.> tint lbs they ."....t n.....1| city sowngeMr rlierk In th* aiiwMtnt of '1.-- (,iany other eltv I\,

Roberta wee inlrodurd t>\ mUlage at present la. 1 02 ;I II II at *. II per f>mt aaun>entsT of ,he project. with the through toes try" all rtla., (",,|i Sq-we, line. arc run \ John' ...tea l however, 441 10 a. the amount nf t.... the clerk, .until "I'vrlty .. ,)\. 'i4 tp....

County Attorney Gene Shaw !*. councIl had agreed,. *ftn I 2 rrmrge.. |I tru-lixlmg thenwwlves.. sot ttv "We thought> this. entire fiw.eMun that the otiiincll Hei, the as- .It admits are "legal.. arid du .'...I..h mon -in '") f"J\t\-

I ..*. ,.*.-....| prntfH meeting I I Mr Jnhn. .*Id a gor"l maHly ..._m."t on them' .I* a itouble ;, was p**..I 54 .linv 50 IMMMM. 'n'l.h...... .was. also pl lll' e'I l In \ pity mv salary ...." 'lti tI1I \ \''i

Jaycccs BackCourthouse -I i '..-.1.... to confer with >. of resident in bothH'ets <.hrge,. the publw hearing ..n. It. and 1th. l and "I >Mt d....'' -e how It j I the. registry .., the ourt over. ai l VH mill!" W ''I1

Final Meeting I l...:,r ..,ncinevr to oetermme'' affrte, signed a ,..U. ..1 "r| _..I _..*. my *vo.io is''; nul>>rlty uf r*<..1..nt.. .w.., 1\\ can g<, any. "_..r'. fOwetM'flllruili 1914! ..-**- I that our b'Kln't' i to ((1\' I ...bl,

I If the ;J etksrie on alii'"* r.. ; lion in favor. of city sewage for asia ntrf. .. and I It mells trbigh > .in favur uf It," Mr.. J hnMkl. > toy K.wHy. who said| .h. merit on lie 3 fM:/ I acres. was. ,11.Whir than. the CU1t(1' % if ."d

Hear TheCourthouse .*.ne<. or the money rlM. .l knfnrHlwr t with the 12 charge attached l lTa I heaven from the *ewgeovvrflnwlng ', own. 12 l..t. and the t3 anMwwnent I IIS u 8/10/ ') on which! it paid taxes vet yinir ltk r.c'sI1141

., _nftC'r. Hut U>* en- reseed 1 gsln' staid hit I' my septic t nh," I At) th. opening) r
Issue A resolution! has bern adoptM penw. rteynold, flnwHL sod the rnnrg. was. put tin a* a (Ofirg .I.. ltiert tnVt. th* when tt>...lrin.n llurat" explained 1,, _le>l |h. VOIMW.11 >imp .the *ewi>n- I lung IU IsiS value, (",,,,,,'Ilman feI't1401)111'\

ExplainedTonight > bv the Biark-Bradford I I.fill.* of Jacksonville advised. tnetnnd to .. ft.n the cost ofth I, ro..n..il. "Hut why. ran't the ,' 'M engineer. rertmtVMWvlejtlon charge ami UM .v...UhU. bond I 11rm..U tig 'MOO' .on which It man, buekedIng P'dw"rl\t t'\f'\ i5**

CountY Chamber of ComInev''Iedtlni 'I, the rmuwij. to rharge" the 12 projects. and that the 73 ,, rest nt the. town help" u* pay, ( to th* gririip and ,i, unite to g<> a. 1., *. p Mwibl I" I j woulil pay tales of 7MMiaiI "I 1 think th. r 1t' tJJ&Jt

(Thun.) foil: enponet to the or drop .Itnre4h their. proposed cent charged on the Kessentftrsxl ,i for It liMe w.'v. ....IJ-I| o ben. pr..int_l 'M rtv_. Ol...y now *rul nm.h ...t.... When that the "'roll back rate I IContainer done it "iroml Job Willis liu.., \\1'"' '
movement for a new county extCfMioi,* ,'> Oreen Artr .pmjwt. was Ion little.* I I| ,a-ii4: ,'i vuggeaf..... wee ,.>.. let.l. Hot I U represented In |$IH) (HW, .btirlget.. an (t. fV1\ .'',rt.lly. .

7:30 'IVM.Kradford rourthouoeThl and Mouth*ate MatxlivtrJ "A. 4 beenin .ev* ssid.' .we. ',i Tim ONtnnlman MrKss ,s.1 I,i "I 'hint rooilf see that the ly ",,,,I. a iMMumt prnpn*.il the litigation by McCarthy. .. won't approve '\ \:l Ofy 1\1!

County organization I Ia -'S ran. cut It out or go e.bedwith plied. "I've had l .a lot ofslU.. :, engineer. a,. .|usefi11s.I. .| An n- that city etnployee. be u*>..1.1I | A.I,...... tt rmt ul JarkswnvlU'. for Mm I think H\f\ >iy' uA4k:

iledewl: to the pnnwttlan that ,e re....*'.).>. appeared be. i.1I lb.. t2 .included. ." CKoirman from .people. who 4.m.E .*nt :I Hl. enpe-rt. : their opInion, I to toy the !lilieS wtlh the h>imln 001'...*.flU....... .U revretentertbv .'"",Id b* the, liwhemplovee "" iud 'It.J

CourtroomLeant th*> eonatrurtkm* facHMr" .In t and a nrweourthooa for I'| for* use coueteH. .lat Thtrr .J*y i Carl Hurst oM! protesters |I to pay for your s<-era" ennaklnt n* r.n.gnl<.fl elI ..., going only. for niuilerMl ) Brannon ",,_n. .N>)trrl.. AtVurell "

the facts before Bradford County. la In tM bettintemt and were naa( vehement. In Joe (;>.>y. George WmMler.lenrg One re l>lnt present *>t In* I - 1/1'1' iris.

you vote on thU import of the etna of their *t.ml tlut Uw 12 charge < U. Koberla aNt Roy I meeting. nrnvever. Was ...e.. ', qulremerHe. Th. .t.._ie> on I llvmt *aid th.l warn the I'tlne plan tin'eVts.t (I)'', "J Jte.\ .

ant nutter.I"nU B-xIford Cmmtv" aiate theo I* ."jaw* A* before they .nil Kn.My"rVnsrol. :, esrnerf th* pre.t..... migTit the a ii e ffient nh/iuM men* l>l*.. un th.* Bee>nt K4_| pr<>-. OccupationalLicenses 'h..t"y. W'\, 'b "."

ohiUon In part _nt..t fMv _<<:. but wanted ditnrlal 1 In m*." ,. atop the projert Herbert f'o,n this mrtrt4 I J..... "tntl w. heat. our .hirtsIt out |3 Son that w';ml.4 cl., ,, ". pMt

Ttie Jaycees fiN pre nUKl the .*s ono. whwh enslner. .* Winkler. rpMe vehemently.t "' rre; n of (lr. /. Acre* askedIf Mr Poises replied (hat the I will' n* ,....-" cheaper, .he a ne.* 'floor In dm f i''fl3'\: Pot. .

I Space Coatribate! a ohiUon to the.. muntyromaiiaston eothnal the 12 .-.mentwill 't f ufMr **fwf tt. the. m.- any ln.fcvtr ..sl i-okS keep' I .It,... ......... hnblw. muel have 1 DM*.). t., hi,. a contractor whu the4&in.& to purtliaM. ocruNovember lion of Clerk '11"t

Weekly to Publiche to av>v. sossrdcortRrtkn pe..4u.peise4. l 'm an rity nf penpl out liter ward the projects. Irtstl. Mane; started it prince that 'M honrl wilt> has *>n>|M>r .>|>Mpmnt for in.p.m. "* ;i paUon.llk.e.- .l's ..... P"rkl.." i I Wljirw. tungesloil' ii* "ra'
of a new fartMty "wee,r I I"j j fv.* hast wversJ rslU toib.r h. pall ttt The a_..'le I If city omptny*** <*>< thai I ac orrllng Its. City fkioe miwhl heat pl ,,, f'I"I '
Com at unity E..." by Hut the> rimnril Arm Mr ... .. bowl .., hard, *AA. \. I hoard .,i.AI'' \t\a\
on Mae '7. IM The reotaUnpauwerJ was In Jot ftA HN G. w* will go with Ihemajority. a.. nr. methnrf used in aS. tNtng rtrtk MrtUI IViwarrl-i: NittlnrMl ii #
The Community : thH 'k t "r< V-.. its ..........._ \rr prnr-eeH with before the protester argued .' IIrRaa '"AwerlClMlrman vimr the. beast n....I.H.. U h.l the. ny. n*.. to be Uken from H. u..*.. ail' butnsmn U, present" Armory \j,<\ t'( ( t1T.mpoo
I1JII"ft9't 12 fon ... that In _., ,fie., du'' ,.A .0 t town ta A "inie al rlt'\1\ .1111"
State Bank two ynir slnre an undue de- \ per monthly llxrst askS th* proJe cii, awilling. wvl shim i'I r.gus' purclia' thlr llcerw 'before
taT 'li.-fl& or ilrap (>Unt fur < .. ..-rvtermrge sn>.iM b* 1... <-.a are an srhe. .|..l* ami bkl enntp.nash.. tnern Tnt that >'Mre.f.| who h .ta an .H. ..rl they) brcfxn delln/i'ienl the clerk. a quarter ttnHiveil \ t6I

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I Mr. and Mrs. O. tj Petcher !Mr. o and Mrs. Milton Hartzellof Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dobsan E. Robert and children Mrs. I First Baptist end started to pass. According
I of Jacksonville were guests of Orlando were visiting their of Delray] Beach were visiting Phosphate Deals Juanita R. Jones and children I to the investigating ofiicer.
.wQ _i I Mr and Mrs. Dave Paulk last parents Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Mrs. L. A. Davis on Monday Sherrel Roberta and. son. Melvin i Revival To Begin Sgt. B. H. Spear of the Flor
Roberts 'Mr. and Mrs. Ida Highway Patrol. she ,
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eek. Bellinger on Saturday on afternoon. I October 29
I SS, t. Jerry Lawson and :Mrs. Bollinger'a bOth( 'birthday. Miss Jeanette Kerce of Pa I Signed Over To I Frank Kelly Mrs. Lola Dowlng to the left onto the median
sons of Orlando were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crawford Iatka spent the weekend with { and 'Bryan Mr. and Mrs. The First Baptist Church of strip then swerved back oct!,I.

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and family. of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bernell Dyal. Bill Dennett and daughters Starke will conduct revival the pavement striking I.h.
GLADYS MOOTY 'i over the weekend. were weekend guests of Hear Rev. B. Orady Snow New Jersey Co. and Mrs. Kathy Crews Harper :services:: starting Friday night. I Cadillac in the left front iiclc

Phone 964-0651 'I I I Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Mr. and !Mrs. Mike Gilhooly.Mrs. den at Madison Street! Baptist all of Jacksonville, Mr. and Oct. 29. and\ continuing One of three passengers ,m
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells were | Walter Alvarez la In Church next week every night Mrs. Elton Roberta and daughter thioughi Friday night. Nov. 5. the Ford Patricia Johnson :17

\ In Cocoa over the weekend the Baptist Memorial Hospital : Phosphate; :;! mining optionsor of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. with Rev. Hal Hunter! pastorof of Largo. Fla., was slightly 'inJured -
Mrs. W E. Middleton and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles I for "observation and treat- 7:30.Mrs.. L. K. Whitehead and leases on nearly 19 square W. A. Davis and children of Riverside: Baptist Church of but not hospitalized but
Mrs E. I* Matthews and were in Tallahassee over the I Paiker and family. ment. children. were on a boat-camp- iles O'tland in Bradford an:' Greenville, :Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Tampa as evangelist.! T-i3:: no other injuries were report.
grandchildren Mary Anne and weekend to attend the UF-| L. M. Gaines Is In Miami Jimmy Schultz of Cocoa i ing trip at Silver Olen Springs Alachua Counties have been Davis of Graham and Carlos, Fii.uy" : evening ser.lce; Oct. ed. Damage .to .the front and
Kevin Miller attended the FSU freshman football game I Beach attending the State \ Chailes Fowler and Dr. Don- Saturday and Sunday. signed over to the New Jers"y Johnnie, Patricia and Carl :39.? wiU. start at 0:43: and:! clot: right front of the Ford wammafijoT
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Middleton homecoming inPomona 'on Saturday night find were of Rogrirs' of Jacksonville.' By TT30 aWKrinfHcnieconi-': at $500 and in
Hotel] and Restaurant Conference ald Chubb of Winter Park and El ion Kimmons Keyz inc Company by PltospMate!
Park on Sunday. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Kathleen Goethe: of East stone Heights enured St. | Ptopertles! of Brooker Inc. Mrs. Zelda Rhoden was Ing football gams being played ;) equal amount wo assessed on
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boy Jack Pons, former Lawtey I Hear Hey. K. Grady Snow- Palatka were weekend guests Vincent's Hospital Tuesday for Sixty-six land paresis ranging visiting Saturday with her sister that nl?ht. the ]left side and front' of Ber!

and sons of St. Petersburgwere residents. den at Madison Street Baptist of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert surgery. i from 18 acres up In size. Mrs. Gusaie Crawford. in A special service will be ha-lc ry's Cadillac.
visiting Mr and Mrs. W. \1r. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire Churrh every night next ek.! Thomas and daughter Kathleen Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holdenof are Included in the transfer. St. George, Ga. Mrs. Crawford for the Juntcrs. age 9-12. at U

n. Nollman on Sunday. and son of Abaco Island, I at 7:30.: at their camp in the Opalocka were Wednesdayto Options or leases had been I has returned home from .the a. m. Saturday Oct. 30. AU) I Air Park Sing
Miles will visit Mr.
Mrs. Sue Grand Bahamas, are visitingMr. Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and Scrub. Saturday visitors of Mr. andMrs :! signed with the Brooker company hospital and is doing fine. tunlors are askd to brlr.;
arid Mrs. Billy Miles In Mac- and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- daughter!: Candy. were In Winter i i Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams X, M. Smith. by 20 landowners. 18 in Mr. and '%fra. R. S. Surrency sandwiches and the enure I Thre will be a Communit.v

clenny" over the weekend. wire this week. \ Park on Sunday visiting and Dr. T. G. Ritch are attending Ouiseppe Zlngale of OcalaIs U Bradford County. two in Ala- have returned from Tampa. will ]provide: a' battled: drlriV Sin; at the Air Park Baptist l
"Pvt. Dewayne McRae is Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Norman I II Mr. and :Mrs Keith Reeves.! j i the medical! meeting i a patient in the Starke chua. I John Lefevers of Jacksonville and ::'sssrt. All boys and;! girlsof Ch-jrch Saturday. October 30

home after completing six I of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Edna Hart and Mr. and J of Railroad Physicians In Nursing Home. The assignments were madein visited Sunday afternoon c this age are- urged:! to tuctenrf Refreshments will be served
months training in the National visitors of ""Mrs. E. I.. Norman. E Mrs. Ronald Crawford visitedMr. Charleston S. C.Mr. Local admittances to Bradford September but filed with with Mr. and Mr.. Tom Le : '. with thlr leaders. Eve' ./'One Is welcome.

Guard at Fort Monmouth Mickey Dansby Mike Sis-. and Mrs. Elma Stuart In and Mrs. W. G. Coooer County Hospital this week Clerk of Circuit Court JamesB. fevers and children. On Saturday night, Oct. 30

You, N. J. trunk, and Cal Adams of the Baxley, Oa.. over the weekend of Lockout Mountain Tenn. i Include: David Coats. Mrs. 1 ] Carmichael in Gainesville Mrs. Kate Starling and Mrs. 'at 7:30: o'clock a. special erv-,
are requested to supportthe In U. of F. spent the weekend and attended the wedding of a were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mary Luke Mrs Effle Masters Tuesday.! Beatrice Hines visited a few Ice will be held for the young I'

community Simultaneous Oct.Revivals 31-Nov. 7..' with Mr. and 'Mrs. R. O. Dans- niece Nancy Stuart. to Robert R. Hixon last week. Howarj:! Stafford. Johnny Lee. Alachua County landowners:! days with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest people. 13 to 23 years of aae

our This .1. assocIatIonal I wide by.Mrs. Hoffman in Douglas on Sun- Mrs. J. E Hitchcock attend and David Orlffls of Starke; who. signed leases with ths Ortagu and :Mr.[ and Mrs. along with leaders of this a.it
soul an campaign. Rc> W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Sue day afternoon. ed the Institute on Neurological Charles Forsythe and Eugene 1 ]Brooker firm are China Tung Earl Starling In Jacksonville. group.
R. Grady_winning Snowrti-n. Pastnr/ i I :Miles, Mrs. Carl Sapp. and Mrs. John P. Vescovo and ,' Nursing last Wednesday to I !Dykes of Lake Geneva: Mrs. I Oil Co.. and C. J. Crews. Mrs. Lumanda Davis and Sunday: .servicsn will be hel!
Mrs. Robert Green attendedthe children of Dallas. Texas spent Ruth Martin' of Melrose! Mrs. at the regular hours.: 11 a. in
the 1ft BaptM 'hllr'h. In Friday at the University of ; Bradford County landowners son, Louie, of Perry, Ga. spent I
Arlington will be preaching In I Formlft Corsetler School the past ten days with her Florida. Katherine McOlave of Key- affected by the transfer are Monday with Mr. and Mrs. and 7:30: p. m.
at Hotel Robert Meyer all day mother Mrs. M. W. Lance. Atone Heights Mrs. Thenle Monday through Friday
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Madison Strrct P.nl; Churrh and are cordially Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Moye Jr. Wainwright of FSU were Roberts of Lake Butler: Patrick and Edlee Davis. Ira Douglas. army duty Wednesday. Nov. 1.&. services will be held
Invited. you I Mrs. Edith Christiansen and Mrs. Moye Sr. of Orlando home for the weekend. I Crawford of Lawtey; and L. L. and Thea Dyal. Ernest (Mr. and Mrs. Zack Roblnso at 7 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. with ]

Mr. end Mrs. Don Championhad visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. were Tuesday overnight guests Vernon J. Conner recently Mrs. Vera Oliver of Brooker. and Lucille H. Edwards. J. V. were surprised Monday with i ivisit a coffee and doughnuts for al' Chancy ':
Beasley in Gainesville over the of Mr. and Mrs. Q. S. New- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez as they arrive. Rev. Hunt
a family cookout and pledged! Tau Kappa Epsilon and Zona D. E wards, Z. W. from Mr. and Mr. Paul
birthday party Saturday eve- weekend. comb. social fraternity at North Car- of Boynton Beach and Mr. and I and Elma P. Hamilton. J. C. Koblnoon and baby of Kluim- I will teach the Book of Jam'at
., Dr. and Mrs. O. L. HaynesJr Mrs. Elizabeth Dillard of Mrs. T. Jots
I!: Strickland of Belle these
ning for their sons Champ. olina State University. The and Zulena W. Harrell, N. O mee. Mr. Robinson had not I early morning services -
and:! daughter. Anne. were Gainesville was visiting Mr. Olade are visiting Mr. and and O. E. J. and one chapter: eah morn-
jwho was 13 on Oct. 23, and son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Con- Ruby Hayes. seen hi* lIOn in eight years.
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a Mark. /who was 7 years old ''n Decatur. Oa. Thursday to and Mrs. George Flynn Sr. ner of Kingaley Lake. Vernon Mrs. Paul Raymond this week. Iris! C. Lanum. A. F and Mildred Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton Ing. The service will! be dU
Oct. 22. Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon.Dr. graduated from Bradorfd CoUnty Mrs. Elsie Carlton and son. I' \ P. McDavid Donald: Fred and daughters, Judy and missed at 7-45: each morning
:Jon about this question :
George H. Stevenson. and Mrs. Clifford Butch !
Mrs. JVezzIe Strickland] Is a High School In 1963 and is Ricky, of Ralfard Donald McDavid. W. B and Ruth T. Mary Francis. attended the The public Is cordla.'ly: in
medical patient In the University and Nursery air condition off street for parking your/ of and Tallahassee Miss Rosabelle Sistrunk now studying for a major in ,, Hodges of Lake Butler and MIzelle Jr.. Arthur Wand i!00th 'birthday dinner of Mr. vlteji;:, to attend all services. "( have secured surety

!Medical Center. were visiting pulp and paper technology. Valarle Piers of Starke are I Annie L Si-hxilz and DonaJJ:! D'I, Broughton'. aunt Mrs. 'Martha bonds from your agency
convenience! next week as Rev Mrs. H. L Brownlee Tuesday. patient! In Doctor's '
SlIowden.l'astO'r ,. Hospital. and Margaret R.. Zell. H.
Kev. R. Grady Woodard In Plant Woman
H. Snowden of Jacksonville City Charged to guarantee completionof
Orady Mr. and:! Mrs. Wayne Farr Church''. Mrs. Pearl Brooker of De- i !end Pearll< Stirling, Morris .
..:_1- r I preaches In MadIson Carol Farr. and Mr. and Mrs. Arlington let In Baptist Jacksonville will lani.:! It vllstlnir Mrs. George K. and Ada Janet StarllnfT.nnd Sunday.Mr.. and Improper PassingAn my store building and
Street Dap tint Church each Harry Loper attended the Fair W. Mrs. John McKInney -
bond
Robert! Sr. and Mr. and fidelity covering my
be preaching In the Slmuttan: M. F. and Mana D. WIg. had
FREEHOME 1: evening! / 7:30. I in Jacksonville on Sunday.TASTEEFREEZ -
: Baptist. Church every night aL In nil. 11.1171> acres! of land I Leonard McKinney and family woman wan charged wth improper -, you supply license bonds.

7:30: next week. Come, heal Legion Hits i is Involved In the denl of Gainesville and Mr. and pawning Friday. after
him and be glad you did. If 'p:>io<"jhate mlnlni rtevelnps Mr.. James McKlnney of ramming her car into a vehicle

Mrs. J. !M. Vlckera and> Draft DodgersAmerican the lea.e or ootlons canbe I Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent she was passing on four-lan Charley] E. JohnsAgency
worth tl.ono V. S. 301 causing a total of
an or
lION.TJIIW.. daughter, Jean, of Brunswick acre and children! of Lake Geneva.
HEATINGSURVEY Ca. spent the weekend with more to ]landowners. Mrs. Hazel Hall of Starke and $1OOO damage.
Leiton: Post 88 Officers of reor1 in Phos- Marijnne Bunch clrlvln--*
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Arthur Meton of Waldo.
meting! here Tuesday night ohate 1957 Ford pulled behlni1P56 .
Properties of B'ookerTne : up
They were accompanied hereby ; Mr. and Mr Colen Walnut St.
Ratliff 1 1.11 S.
n.r'cT'tert ,
resolution-
FHI.AT Mrs. :M.: II. Shcppard and of appreciation are A. F Mc'DsvH ofBrnker CndJllac driven by Herbert
and children of Galneavlll
to P:. L. MaUhsws. PHONE 91O201ftl
\ P-eslrfmt! V"rnne J. B. Berry. 48, of Stark.9"
who
son Bobby wale visitingMr.
Let editor' and publisher of .. were Sunday dinner! guests of
our heating expert '
:McDnV of LflkClf vi|, -
and :Mrs.: J. E. Hardy,
his parents, Mr. and -frs. L
surveyyour home and Miss. Peggy Voyles. of Melrose Bradford County 'Th"l I rresident.: and Mlldrej P. Mc- E. Ratliff.Mis. .'
for hH editorial in the
show you how you can i David of Brooker. secretary!
enjoy automatic gas was visiting Mrs. T. U. j jDyal of Oct. 21, IBflfl con.lemnlne,: ani trensuier The l"-'mpRnV Bunle Broughton. i IspatIent "'
DRIVE-IN I over the weekend.Mr. .
the action of "pacifists and in the Bradford County
heating with the semi.
and Mrs. Comer! rerry- was incorporated:: last July 22 ,
central heating system draft dodders'1! who arc UI'IIn"I Hospital. Is somewhat Impioveit -
: ... man of Jacksonville were I, others to burn their" ,riraft:! 'vyVvVvVVVV7vvvvvvvvGRAHAM and may be able to :'
weekend guests of Judge and cards! and resist! selective servo come home before long.
DELUXE: :Mrs.. E. K. I ,
Perryman.
ice In other ways. Mr. and Mrs. Math Waxlln
Miss Linda Huuglns is con- ThP Pout .111'1 l BrtmtMl a resolution I had as Sunday guests Mr. and
valescing at home from Inju- l"Jn1romnlnq: thonu" I .Mrs. Robert Wamlln.. and ions
: HamburgerFRENCH .itsa recel.ed in automobile. who nUnmpt to. and thane ..Mr.. CiittieriIyal I pf Jacksonville qn-i Mr. Wan- :'

I accident recently after being whs iiryo others to play Into din's two sister Mr*. Kqullla
Prj confined in Baptist llemorl.il L the hands. of the Communist 1-honn 'IH.-J-2.1: I Robert and Mrs Millie tof
Ai('= FRIES Hospital (for Hires. weeks. by clrRft. dodging, Attemptingto ...................... of Stark. Fogg i I I

A warm welcome. awaits you I prevent the movement of I""I.-n.. hag ItrimlonDfscenrfants Mrs. Dewayne Barnes a remaining !- B u t $
SHAKE at Aliidlnvii Street lUptUt L trcops. aol give comfort to R of James! Den- In Pennsylvania a.id
69CMILK Church as Krv. K. Grady thi" Communist elements by nl.s nail l Mrs Catherine TayloiDowMng Ohio visiting rrlitlve and
11 A.M.: TO 2IOS. I'.M.:\' Snowden Pastor 01 the rlrst
demonstrations! an1 other acti enjoyed their! first\ l friend a few week longer
Baptist Church Arlington III vities., family' reunion at the home o' She wan/ called to Ohio by the
:\ TIIKU Fill. Jacksonville preach next The Legion resolution stated I Mrs. Mattie Divla Sunday death of her brother-in-law "

week at 7:30: every night. that "freplam, o's not com I Mrs. D.ivla and Mrs. Sarah Mr.[ and Mr. Don Duncan BOYSZIP.OFF
Mrs. Ed Prevatt entered cheap It costs dearly, an'l hear of Jacksonville were the of Gainesville are the proud
OPEN 11 A.TO: 10 P.M.: Riverside Hospital on Sunday every Am"rlenn ('lotild be only daughter prwsent." Mrs. parent of a son born Ot t. 23 .1. ..

CLOSED; ) ALL DAY THURSDAY for observation and treatment.. wll'lnif to pnv for this freedom! I lx>ttle Dauphin of Coffee In Alnchua General Hospital .5
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Mr and: :Mrsi D. P. Orr of that > .
we e nov.| Springs Ala. wm unable to 1\Irs. Duncan I I.* the former
I North Branch, Mich. will ar- The resolution' further ur'fP1Ih"t P I attend. Those attending were Miss Sylvia Starling of Gra HOODParkas
i live Monday to visit their cousin ( pwlft an4 appronvlatp action C. IJivl.s. Sr. of Terry. Ga.; nan

Mrs. Carrie Ward. be taken *ialn t thrxe and ''Mm: .. IkinuM Book I Mia J)lon. Starling hu been '' '\
Mr[ and Mrs W. P. Mootyof who break .Pny law In *uchdirnonstrnMon I 1.1. Terry! J. C. Davl Jr. Mr I: on the sick lint this pant week (

Miami were Sun .ay visitor* ... burning of1rnft r Mr' *. I. A. IHtvlitind. rhllilren .. but Is some better.
of Mr and MIs. Harry Mooty curds and In any way r I all of Oalnenvlllo Mr I The revival! at the Graham trtj
I.4grp.dlI The Mootys also have! as a give. aid or c"mfoit to theCommunist I and Mrs. J. R. Dnvln and riaptlst Church closed Sotur-
TfAT
/ guest Mrs Walter
Vanderllc party or others chlMren.Mr' and
Mrs. N. R. ] day: night with dinner on the
of Decatur, da. from Tuesdayto who oppose! our WRY of life. I Crews, all of St A,,&,u.tlne. grounds Sunday Rev MeG.
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CITY FISH MARKET Itev.Friday K. Grady Snowdrn hat I Mr!*. Irene Biuhloper and a Baptist! missionary wo 13 1 REAL 699BUY'
I rhIMren. Mr. and Mr*. Sidney 1 guest upeaker Sunday right
a message.. for young .nn-1 oil Mr. Flume 73 I '
:Moody and SOI3If: and Mrs.iSehert I Ii
I (rude: 'A" Fresh! Via. Hear him at M.ullion Street I \
Churrh. every night next week, I i Dnvl and mnv :Mrs.j Plastic NvUbook $2.20 alI /
at 7:30.: Rites Observed j Sarah tkivls.. Mr and 'Mrs. R.I I nestle. I Nath x>.k.. S.Z .. Ih. Set.." ...*.. ihvll with ._
m' <= I 'I t !J..< au'M. Hum* S..ht
FRYERS 29C Mis. W. E. Middleton and I I. I ".__ .Itfo ...... isiS ....
Miss! Madge: Middleton visited JVed F. Flume, 73 retired 1 H..,. .".. leII... 100". ...*
Mrs. Mlddllt! ;>n's brother Ben I IDowling. farmer and pectin grower of .- ."'.1 Ofi.. IN... .....
: ,.p CHUCK STEAK OR In St. Vincent's I Starke. died Tuen Hospital: 1 Tuesday. 8* a result of injuries suntaln- I

,, a Not a furnace-not a ROAST LB. 49c Mr and :Mrs. II. L. McDowell e<1 when h, fell! from a pecan ALL
tree WEATHER
: heater the Siegler alfamily:! of Jackson at hi. grove on Highway
Mark III Is a new semI- ALL vllle will be Saturday supper: 16 (fl.tI.!. )

I.I. central' heating system RiiesU of their aunt Mrs. Car Mr. Flume was born hiKing
".". but need no expensive MEAT STEW LB. 59c 1'16Val'd.. Mountain N. C. on June '
: pipes and Mrs. Ruth Frazier and Miss. 8. 1803. the ton of the late 4&d COATSParkas

I S registers. It pours MadRe Middleton will spend Fred F. end Annie Richer ::' }:a 'by.
heat out the front, SMOKED: : Oil WHITE-NOT SLICED Friday night and Saturday Flume. He moved to Hampton -

both sides and out the attending the Alpha Delta In 1912: remaining there for
1 back",too.Call coma BACON LB. 59c Kappa sorority convention In two years before, establishing, 1t'&
Lake City. The his present horn In Stark..
In and ask for a Free )! will be Joined 1099W
Home HeatingSurvey. on Saturday by Mrs. F. J. where he was a successful!
a Pellum and Mrs. Willie Mae! strawberry grower and You'll be did I
glad you FRESH PORK Den ton farmer for many vear I 'in i, ')

Kev. R. Grady Snowdrn I III a He was a member of the Flmt -
preacher with a menviie.! Hear Baptist Church of Starke. kt'4 ,,. Zlp-O.f U.,..'
tT ;n.l&i.iiiii : \
TREMENDOUSHEATER Ve him a&t MadUon Street Surviving are his wife. Hur- : : .. w._ ....._ Mete4 ...'"
RitptUt Church each' night dla Dover Flume and one I s1A'li _,ge w ....... ...e
next week .t 7:30.: daughter, :Mr. Resale A Col- :-i .- .._. I.,.... a... .. _,
; SSGET !Mrs. W. O. Halle returned! con, both of Starke; three sla I II s.-. I is I"

Tufsdtay:!' after two weeks visit ters. (Mrs. AnnU Crompton
with Mr. and Mrs. W O Halle and Mr Trescl Lynn. both

HAMS LB. and Jack Halle in Miami. of King Mountain. N. C.. and
-.. 59 Mrs. Bertha Pearce" visited '.)f1'8. Mary Smith of Gaatonlu. _

.. -,. Mr\ and Mrs. B. Haynes in I N. C.; and -Lhr.. grandchildren. I I COZY WARM TODDLER AND
'. Winter Haven the past week Funeral service were held C
I 1, _._ SHOULDERS LB. 39' Mr and Mrs. Sammy Warren ,'I at 2 p.m. Thursday In the JUNIOR BOYS ,-
and Mrs. Shi Smith spent First Baptlt Church of Starke Flannelette!
the weekend with Mr and with the pastor, Rev. W. A. '
: :; c with Rib In
SIDE LB.- 45C Mrs. K. S. Smith Jr. and Mr. llogan. officiating. Interment tT
From
: .:' and Mrs. Louis Chaff Jr. Inl'ew wn* tn the family plot in Crosby Sleepwear .
Orleans La. Mrs. Chaff Lak Cemetery under direction I

!i $17.88 BACKBONE LB. 59 returned with" them for a of DeWttt C. Jones i I "
seeks visit. Funeral Horn -'jq 299Of. 799ANOQ ; t

I Mayor Ranftl: Chltty Merrill 599
: OPEN SUNDAY & MONDAY Edwards. George Pierce." : i ,,
"-'}''SERVICE-QUALITY and Carl Hurst were In Miami BUYS REGISTERED! ANGCS : ..., Styl.i .t J." _

: from Sunday to TUeeday attending John Odom of Starke recently --1 w..... .. Ce'4.ws... pe&ims.. .4
a Florida" .ie; 'I. -..e', &s R.. .4
! $ GAS fish&MestMarke League of purchased ten Aberdeen -.. ..a..... .s, .... Lee.brM. .... N 5..4. r;. ..d bm '
1WDE fy Municipalities meeting.Mr -Angus bulls an3 six r.: !.su-r- ..... M.. _. ssC.4 I..de. I .
and Mrs. George C. ed Angus Cows from Florida Che.e. .len. ....ecfWe ..... ..i.bie. 1.441., ..- .
\ White of Tallahassee .. MIMI .&'_ g.t._ .... 4.b.w3s.7.
will 6
' WE STOCK A COMPETE LINE Of GROCERIES I Sheriffs Boys Ranch a' Live ..... l&lK
.me. t tSi
_- .' Of Starke 607 E. nilOWNLEE PHONE 969-1093 Canon weekend. guests of Mrs. L. A. o.-k. __ _ -_ _

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THURSDAY OCT. 28. 1965 BRADFORD COUNTY TKI.KORAPI1. STARKK.! FIXIRTDA PAGR THREE I

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i 'Woman Of Year' I Beta Phi Holds Ritual }' Mrs. Frank Cruce Garden Club Club and tha Harden" Club. JUNIOR MEMBER:

Sigma Surviving\ are her husband, OF ANGUS!! ASSOCIATION
Is HonoredBy Is Honor Guest Meets MondayThe
I Jesse K. Newoome of Starke;
7 Three new members of Beta Mrs. Connie Clark president I Walter Pl' vatt: 12 of
BPW ClubMrs. On BirthdayA one daughter IMrs.! Morris E.
I Sigma Phi Sorority were prevented I, of Gamma Theta Chapter of Starke Garden Club Williams of Sylvanla Ga.; a Starke has been granted a
with, yellow :roses and Beta Sigma Phi for :Mrs Lois met Monday night at the Junior membership in the
I ; Arlen McKnight was dinner was given last Sunday son, John :Mack Newiome ofJacksonville
Jeweled pins In an impressive I Clark. Mrs. Qietta Saunders. I Episcopal Parish House with American Angus' Associationat
GLADYS :MOOTY : guest of honor Tuesday night at the home of Mr and ; two brothers S.I
held at the Holiday and Mrs. Vonda Stc.>ahens. Mrs. L. V. Hardin presiding.The St.
ceremony :: Joseph, Mo. The new
: Oct. 19 when the Starke B- Mrs. Frank. Cruce of Lawtey A. McCall of Jasper and O. H.
Inn. night. A turkey dinner honoringthe club yearbooks were
Phone 964-0651 Monday junior membership entitles
PW Club held its annual In honor of Mrs. Cnice's 50th McColl Pompano Beach; one
I The annual Ritual of Jewels new members was served given out. using the theme for members to register purebred
"Woman of the Year" dinner. birthday anniversary. sister :Mrs.: Mary Bolick of
Junior-Senior ceremony was conducted by preceding the ceremony. I the club year, "Moments of Angus at regular membership
Miss! Della Ro enberg. State Children of Mrs. Cruce. who "'Iaton, Idaho; and three
I I Enjoyment. Mrs. R. F. Young and to
rates privilegesof
Women Attend President of the organization, also have birthdays in October gramlchlklren. enjoy j
I presented a demonstration on the Association. until the
presented Mrs. McKnight with I are her daughter Frankle Funeral services were! held!
National Children's Book Week the art of flower arranging age of 21.
District MeetingSeven an engraved silver bowl and a Mae of Lawtey: a son. QuIncy. encouraging members to bring at 4 p.tn. Thursdtiy" In the

certificate of merit. of .Korea; her soninlaw.Robert Starke First Church
"Sing Out for Books" is the ting children to make the best flower arrangements' to each Baptist LInKKY n.0104.UU.Jt'TION :
women lepresentlng
Mrs Helen Roberts of Jacksonville (, Curium and his three with Rev. W. A. Hog.m( : officiating.
J JIRitch Ji the Starke Senior Woman's theme for the 46th NationalChildren' possible use of tha Public Library I meeting for discussion and / ; I IJ.\Y
Director of District t I sons. Kenneth. Leslie and D l- &. Interment was in the
Book Week which I and encouraging good criticism.
Club and six representing the I Three, was also a guest and ane. The family presented the family plot In Crosby Lak.CNnt"tery The Storke-Bradford" County
Junior Club attended !the District will be celebrated by libraries I reading habit She will also Following the meeting, refreshments
I to the of the Ane honored ones with a beautiful'
spoke under direction Public
group of
Library will be closed
Four executive board schools book stores, and inI discuss the selectoln and. rending were served by the
I I example set by Mrs. Mc- whitec ke. decorated with DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Nov.
Tuesday, 2, Election Day
meeting and luncheon of !the I! homes across the nation October of books to the pre-school hostesses: Mrs D. H. Penoyersivi
Knight as an outstanding per pink roses aivf green leaves. Home. as .It will be used as a
Mrs. polling
Florida: Federation of Women's 31 through November 6.1 child.: : T. I Mersrreau.' The
In the Members of the family enjoying .
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son community. '
; ntfttlnn.Plnntlo
Clubs in Lake City last Thurs J I, Mrs. Judy Pillans Children's A special Story Hour pro- centerpiece for the refreshment
this occasion Mrs.Cruce's
Other guests were Mrs. Jean were
Librarian, for the Santa Fe gram will be held at the table! was a glamorous Jaycees Back
day.The Spearman of Green CoveSprings parents Mr. and Mrs.J Notebook $L20 at the
I I JackO-tantel'll. with hat of
Senior Club was represented Regional Library system will Starke-Bradford County Pub a
Wilson O. Rosier Mr. and Mrs. V.
I i Mrs. Louise ;
by .tlS. C. J. Houpt.president be guest speaker at the Starke lic' Library Thursday Nov. 4, fall flowers District 3 Telegraph..
uf Jacksonville, Mrs. Jim Wal L. Starling and family; Mr.
Mrs. S. L. Peek! Sr. ,i Junor Woman's Club at 8 p.m. at 3.30 p.m.. Mrs. W. B.
ker of Keystone Heights, and and Mrs. E. W. Duncan and I
Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs. A. J. ,,I Miss Debbie Cocomise. Monday. Mrs. Pill ana will talk Scogglna Assistant Librarian family; Frances Walter and Carl Minx Is New Cancer Sat.
about' the parent's role In get will be storyteller.
Thomas Jr Mrs. Lex OreenMrs.
'i Mrs. Margaret Brown president Duanre OI'lffls. all of IAwtey; I Franchised GE
J. W. Klncald, and Mrs.
of the chapter: 'Mrs. Virginia and Oertle Faye
National Director Gary Frey I
Maurice Dealer
WingatJ. In StarkeCarl
D sta Dyal Miss Rosenberg.. Cruce of Gainesville, Mr. and of Tallahassee spoke at the

-Dewess |, The Junior by Mrs.Club Harold was Godwin represented i Miss Madge MkMleton, and I New River Assn. Delegates Attend .L..a. R. O. Carlton and sons Minx of the Western District 3 Caucus of the Junior \

Mrs. Dorothy .Afllberger will of Jacksonville' and Tommy for
i I president. Mrs. Charles Saw- I I HoldsVorkshop BPW Board Meet Auto Associate Store announces Clumber; of Commerce I
Engagement Told attend the State Board meet- Llndtey" of Ralford. which the Starke-Brndford
| yer. Mrs. Eugene Tanner Mrs. that he Is now the fran- I
Jerry Hicks Mrs. Floyd< Futch. Ing in Daytona Beach this New River Baptist Associa I Among the 324 members at. All attending! enjoyed t the chUed General Electric dealer County group was" host Saturday
Mrs N. T. Retch Jr. of HIaleah -, weekend. family reunion and Clnner. i
the and Mrs. Bobby SaW.Tht" Lion sponsored a workshop! for I I tending the State Board' meet. for Starke" for the complet night at the American
announces engagement 1966 District Workshop At the chose: of the meeting 1Dt"tat First Baptist Churchin ing of the Florida Federation OB: line with a grand opening Legion 1U1LRepresttiUatlveit
and approaching" marriage I Mrs. was presented Mickey Lee Alvarez ,
will be held at the Womtn's McKnight: Stake last Friday night I of Business and Professional sales event for this! weekend from seven

of her daughter Dianne Club of Jacksonville, and the I the lovely roM arrangement A supper, and conferences: Women's Clubs in Daytona Has Birthday Party Mr. Minx emphanlued that clubs Lake City Madison. !

to Jack Pewees Jr.. son ofMr. 1966 District Four meeting will furnished by Mrs. Loyree Co- I for various groups were' arranged -I Beach last weekend were the I the OE line will/ be In additionto Mayo Oi\lnefl\llle, Perry Live

.. and Mrs. Jack DeweesSr. be hosted by the Southside I 1.'UltWIe. by E. M. Norton of i following Starke members' : Mrs Tate Alvnrea. gave a the regular Western Auto Oak. and Staike. were present. FAMILY PROTECTOR
also of Hialeah.
Woman's Club of Jacksonville, Kingsley Lake Brotherhood I State President. Miss Delia birthday party Sunday afternoon line cart l l1 by the store and Preys" t topic was leadership i INSURANCEThe
The wedding wl1! take place it was, announced JuniorVomen J president' of the association. Rosenberg; Starke President. for her granddaughter. i which will still be maintained It was the first &tVie' In two I

(n the Hialeah Methodut "Proceeds. Programs. anJ State leaders here for the: Mrs. Margaret Brown: State iMk-key Lee Alvares. on her The public Is Invited to visit year that the loral club has flexible insurance that

Church on Friday evening. Projects": was the title of a To Hear Librarian workshop Included O. A. Rat- Public Relations chairman ninth annlvenmry. the store and register for the hosted a district caucus. I keeps pace with the Chang

r' ov 26. talk by Mrs Thomas M. Harrison tern Florida Brotherhood Mrs. Dcsta Dyad; District An attractive Halloween OF: portable television which Plans were also made for the ing needs of your ..... ...a

{ The prospective bride is the I and "Alice In Junior- Mrs. Judy Plllans. children'slibrarian Pe Region Secretary, and Bob Galbraith. Three assistant director Mrs. motif was carried out In the will be given awry this Saturday I quarterly state conference to family.. Get an the ___

daughter of the late N. T.' land" by Mrs. J. Frank Johns .for the Santa Bradford.- Florida RA leader<< both of Dorothy Milberver of Green party and table decorations afternoon be held In Miami November S- details from your __

Hitch, and granddaughter of son Jr Mrs. Johnson told the consisting of Counties Jacksonville. Other group Cove Springs! and Miss Madge including Halloween cloth, : Mr Minx has operated the 7. tliwd for Mo.AGENT. I..1

Mrs. N. T. Rltch Sr. and Mrs. women, of the celebration of Union and Alachua I conferences! were' led by Rev. Mlddleton. local club hlitor- plates. and napkins. Western Auto Associate. Store
Floyd Oreen of Starke. and Miss Both Dane. Regional ,i W A. Hogan PAstor of First Ian. *. for the three Recent BirthsMr
the diamond jubilee and urged I Library Director will be guestspeakers II The 15 little. girls enjoyed > re past and a NAME
that beautification of ': I Baptist Church Starke; HarryC Mlu Ronenberg presidedover games in the yard followed : half yearsMrs. ,,
at the Junior Wom-i ADDRESS
j David Wainwright homes Bible Week, and safetybe ass; Club meeting Monday I Elroj; of Jacksonville: II O I this meeting In the [)oy. by refreshments. and received I and Mrs Byron Nt''''. FHONttntt .

stressed In the local clubs. Williams J, L. Hlnson. J L. tona Plaza Hotel and Mrs. tlallim-epn candy as favors.. Newsome 62 I comb of Santa Susana. Calif
the
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night Nov. 1, at 8 p m ,
Weiner RoastDavid Mrs. Harold Oodvln. Starke I Bradley Jimmy Crosby! andE. Dyal took part In a special ) Mrs. Mike (1IIh."I) assisted ,' announce the birth of a taut(ti nt'miMiiHt mun.r ,

Junior Women's president I club Hostesses house for the evening will' M. Norton.Birthday. wfeikihop and edited "Florida In serving, Passes TuesdayAt daughter form/ Rebecca on .!...(lWei. aosuNIN1s. I&UIIOI' I

Wainwright celebrated told of the program "Opera Flashes" the news sheet of Home Here Sept 15. Paternal grartdpar
ed 11th birthday last Frijday tion Teenager" In Starke. : be Mrs. Robert C. Sapp. Mra. the crroup. etits are Mr and Mrs. O fl.
Party Mrs. Bowden MERRITT H.
Jetty W. Hicks and Jessie
afternoon with a Weiner Mrs. Mark Emmel FFWC Mra.1n8tC. A new project was adoptedby Mr. Margaret McCnll New- Newcomb of Starke. I

ronst for several friends.A State President gave an ads Moon. will I For Jerry Blalock the Florida Federation and Observes Birthday I mime 02: dial Tumdny. .t her -
The executive board Ii I
Halloween motif was dress. "Now Is the TIme" the charter signed to establish ,, I i home In fUarke after an ex.temknt Mr. and Mrs Charles Francis WILLIAMSPhone
(Thursday! at .
rarried out in the pnrty decorationii meet tonight Mrs. Charles Btalnrk. entertained a BPW Scholarship House at','i Mrs. Jeanie Bowden was delightfully Illness of Starke announce the

and favors. After the II I I- I the home of Mrs. Eugene at a birthday party at I Florida State University InTaJlahsMI" sui prlned Tuesday I Horn In !...m"lr, N C. on birth of a daughter, Carol 9rt 1-5.191:

weiner roast the boys attend.I IMaitle Notebook sr.5S at theTELEGRAPH. !i I Tanner her home, S23 E. Eurlkl 8t.t.lallt Miss Rosenberg morning when 16 friends dropped Dee :30. lm)2) aha was the Elisabeth on tit :3(1: ( In the

ded. the BUS football game. Friday afternoon for her made the first personal contribution \ In to help her celebrateher ikiugliter. of the late Wllllnm Alunhu General HtMpltal 117 t t N. Walnut St.Starkt. t.
Homemakers on. Jerry on tils. fifth nnlvenuiry I
to this project In 81st birthday
A. and Sarah Curtbt. MrCall.
ri. .tlc Notetxmks' ''.20 at the Fla.
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Elect Officers memory of Mrs Gertrude They presented her with She was a member of the I
O.m..s "were"' played In the
!t Hoffmelster of the Starke several gifts' and a Bible anJ Starke First Baptist Church Telegraph

I New officer. for the year' yard by the 19 children and club and other deceased members also brought an attractively the Order of Eastern Star, United

I9OS-0a were elected at the prtses were awarded to Andy. of the Florida Federation decorated pink and white Daughters, of the Confederacy I
$50 RA DE-IN Crew and Dreonle Hurry. The
birthday cake and coffee.
second meeting of !the Bradford the Htsrk Woman's
birthday (cake centering the WIN A PILE
County Chapter of Future The IMA. State convention .
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last refreshment table was topped will be held In Brownie NoticeThere i2atP;
Homemakers of America June In the You arc ...r.101'l niiilft.it Ihat t
old heater Pitday! afternoon. 'with little cowboys on horse Fontalnebleau Hotel In Miami ...In.l jmii liy' MII.I>II :1t M
on your elected Ice Cream cups .topped with II will be a Brownie mill' far diver. tear h..n fll.illIIAKKIX CASH
The following were : : Beac4t, with 1966 board memo
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'In
the 1Ireult
t'ourl
miniature flags, wereserved KOCH POT
Ann Spears, president Olorla bees t bl Cocoa Beach and 1967 Scout regUtrallon on Monday nt lir..lf. <.r.l "C'ntintf, ....0....... In 4 .
REGARDLESS OF McKinney, president-elect; and the youngsters also received convention In Jacksonville. Nor. 1. at 3 p. m. In the MeUfodUt lh.nr.ry, and ynn .... r."iulr., Elaine Potter rice president favors of balloons and Fellowship Hall. Mrs. .....". II oupy' ", your Answer. Nn liis b. .n to Halve. Nothing- Wrlto N.
bottles. of Bubble. I, or lit.HtllnM'' 11 Mtld. urnpllni' "Ntanip" t.> lick. No Obi guMirtt., Just ('nalo
j Dulph rtedJbih. trader auks all
MAKE OR CONDITION I ,
relations Linda I
.t of public ; Executive Board >., the I'luiiitlfr.. '' .11"r".I'> M .. ,
Ricks vice president of degree I )(r.. Blalock was assisted. girls, ages 7 and 8-Jio are M..r...... I* U. IUrsw.r ','.. la lrh: U'erh orIItov..aI/ TInM. a Day"

*; Brenda Jones, secre by Mrs. EmmA J_n ReiMlrg.Mrs. I The enrrutrvshoard of the Interested In Broullntr, to ll' ln..vlll'., rlnrliln, sad |u Vita and (Jed Your VHKK' : "('IMh I.... Tkihel.
Wanda Crews, and Mrs. i lh". nrl.Inal' l 'In Ih.I ,"'ctrl. <. of the'' .
and LlruU Crews, trees register at this time iMiti Week's Winnerlnclrtlnicd
from j4i tar) Starke Woman' Club will Clerk of 'Ih. I'lr.iill CiMirl! '
( Berniece ThunMS. meet Thursday Nov. 4, at 10a HmrlK.'' KlnrlitH. on nr. I..'".. lhllth (/

urerBarbara McRae was appointed m. In the club house. Recent BirthMr iith.rwlM day' ttt' Nnvtnb, th"* ..Ii.asnonlsr A tlIMS

recreation chairman. .std l l t'nmttlalnl. will l>. l."." Cash Pot Now $$50.00
The Solar* II < eexns ct Heater and Diane Co*. devotional THE RIGHT rorvr rr UM and Mrs Maurice" Mitchell as rnnf.ii..il l lor yoI" i :
with centoie rtyfcng nd detignt chairman I I Pla.Ue NO.*|MM |I It.SO at theTr.I Brannen, I lake Butler Imtxl' thin Ilih' slay. ", rii-lo ,

''d Wenrty to any rsm.VrVttJiiqh way ye. write. Com In a..4select announce the birth of a sun her.,: A It. test.IMIrAI.I vt (,Juikllty t" .ft and quality.. rnwrlpllons
KHIAMI. (
fiojer-tis.. ewitrsl* feesMtvcftiertce. Attend QuarterlyTB I Jack Daniel. on Oct. 2ft in C'. .'1.. A Ihtrtiyri.rk at KOCII-H) ; llltt'fjM... Have) Yew Neil R*

Give* uniform.c mfertoWe year favorite KHTCK: I Bradford County Hospital. ,'.."..11 I'nurl., 1I..tr..r.1. l lrminly. Filled.. .

HsW.fwl e t Assn. Meeting BROOK resBUIn re*. TELSORATH. I. Klorl.U,, ,. KOCH'S Free Delivery
'UFIC I to ...rrN: I Ity' Il.alah. M, Mnnilx at -
MODEL right d wn ts> fle> r leveJ.SOLERA I Tn HICIIAMII ,.....,AI.n "'tIAreiNAtHoitl3ss IP.puly'lark" !
mat Mrs. John tleney and Mrs I !I'NKNOWN' 10/14 41 .II. '4
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Nate royal attend! the quarterly |I

II meeting of the Tuberculosis .
and Respiratory. DlMMM ............ ,4IAi'T' 1m

COMPACT CONSOLE STYLI Association of Northeast

Florida at the Holiday Inn In the lacey blouse looks .
many ,
OIL HOME HEATER Qalnesvlllei last Wednesday

evening

They are members of the

IViard of Trustees, representing NO.

Bradford County. Plans. I

were. explained for the annual

AUTOMATIC AIR.FEED r------ Christmas Seal. campaign Stnrkr's Fashion Lender

i starting ..end. of
AND CIRCULATING FAN : -

STANDARD EQUIPMENT. -t ts
OES To MeetThe

QUAKER'S Automot A; -F.ed tup. g t t 1 lady looks .tat.'tools' tics li 'for sv.rything.and.verythingIsinits I '

pees the eioct amount of air to burner s I Eastern Star will meet lace. Her, Bobbie Brook sparkling' '' collection of blouses ail In I blend of
/ Mond.),. NOI.I. at 8 p m. In
at oB time t I
efficiency ., .enuring. lowest highett fuel burning coit.QUAKER'S / 1 the Masonic: Hall for the official ," Kodel* polyester and cotton, the f fabric with Isitinf. whiten/1s. Su$ S 19. f 4f rv,

Automatic Grculating Fan l lnpertlon of Associate: g .e s'rF, .r /

turns iHelf oH and on circulate* Orand Matron. All members C In Koclol r
ere urtrd to attend. c fashioned
l/j mere heated air thai ordinary :
heater. Circulate heat throughout tfiehome. v ant.w III. I'.".....i'.. /r.. t..,..../sh.tae. bNr, h",,'

AUTOMATIC Wl IHa UDC To MeetW


T Weeks. Chapter. UDC .
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"Irs A FACT YOU C.fO BETTER: win\ meet with Mrs. K: K -, r .. -oJI-- ,

ferryman on Wednesday. No ...r1/ *it ifrP 1 / alit rvlN
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. S. at 3:30: pas with Mrs. fl iiII..f; i itom. ri

L Peek fir and Mrs W O ?'.,/', 1 1I

lit: W. Call Street .Phone 9SII321Camera Halle ss co-hosteaes. I ..a.a J$ nv roH

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: FOTTrt IIRA.FORn rotTNTY TFLr4ILAPli STARKR. FT-ORTDA r


John Allen had a 394 for the TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
For Now Untied In 6 Games
Unbeaten
Homecoming
losers. way :you write.. Come In and
Standings: D&W, 18-10; La- _led year favorite ESTER- [

Rue, 17.11; TV Service. 16 /411V4 BROOK fountain pen. TELE-

: Slate ; Murrhee, 18-12; Saf-Gas, GRAPH.
Bulldogs 14.14; Carp's, 13-19; Williams, ?III I

Tornadoes Batter Braves 26-7 11-17 LAIUKS; Larsen's: TWILIGHT, 6Vii-21. II IIDON'T"


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Draw-Tite took 4 from Ir-

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Bruising Bradford line play Palatka line to bits. ed the extra point and the were the seventh and eighth
heJl'uca I Braves led 7-6 the first time he hits thrown this season, and three games and: lost one to Twilight League. Naomi M /
and a hard running backflcld "The line played a I 8
Fresh from their satisfying Bradford High! even, If they Starke Lanes. E. Patz led ITC Nelson rolled high 904 series
backedup all the Tornadoes had six of them have been caughtby
Coach Hurse season
the Tornadoes a big 28-7 ,
'win over Palatka Coach DavidHurse's I me naviug/ their troubles this gave game Starke Lanes with a S77 set, I for the winners while Janelle
I victory over perenially tough the stout Big Red linemen, been behind until almost the Douglaa.STATISTln4
Tornadoes will face year. They have beaten Jasper including a 229 game. Pollard had a 430 for the losers -
the Bulldogs] of Live Oak here 35-6 In their opener and top- Palatka Friday night before "It was the sharpest and hard- end of the first half. Standings: SMP 23-9; Ter- i .

;Friday night in the season's ped 13-6 while losing 20-13 to ,OOO fan packed Into Memorial est blocking line work I've Tornado, ComebackNot First Downs 13 5 wlllegar, 22.10; Blanding, 20- I Reynolds Insurance led by I t ; =
3
10
to be stopped, however, Rushing
Stadium. seen The BHS line stopped.
homecoming game. St. Augustine. 51-0) to Bay 12; Oem, 19-13; Faulkner's Jane Nelson with 456, took 4I
Ace quarterback Donald the Braves cold at the four i the Tornadoes took the ball Passing 1 1 I
Hit by Injuries, the Bulldogs HUh of Panama City. 35.0 to I 16.16; Draw-Tite, 16-16; Cluy from Noegel'a 301, paced
their 20 In the second Penalties 2 1 by
at
Falcon fired two bombs to his yard line In the Anal period own
'have won only two games this Quincy and 6-0 to Macclenny. Electric, 19-17; ITC, 14-18; Freda Hardenbrook'a 428
favorite receiver, end Eddie when behind 26.7, they made period and drove 80 yards on Yds. Gained 362 103
,season while losing four Probably Brody Harris the team'sregular I Jaycees 12-20; Starke Lanes
Sleepy Hollow took 3 from
the for their second Rushing 223: 66
loft halfback will Douglas, for two touchdowns( their only serious threat of ground
3-29.
neither Live II
Oak's startling
Gem I
Jewelry. Evelyn Brummetl's -
the first coming with 0:09: left the second half.MIddleguard score. Fullback Agner bulled Passing 107 44
: probably start at quartC'l'backagainst MIXED 1)OL'BLFMD&W I ;
quarterback or fullback the Tornadoes. He Is in the first quarter. Fullback Butch Redding, out 50 of the drive and went Yd. Penalized 23 30 459 ''will Auto took 3
not see action Supply
i : went from tackles Jim Godwin and Ron over from the 10 for( the Passes Att. 4-13 3-10 winners, and Fran Pats led 1-
Mickey over
eainat the Tornadoes who are I the fastest man on the squadat Agner points from Williams Jewelryto
ends score with 3:42: left in the Passes Int. By 1 2 the losers with 470. I j I
nie Tomlinson, Joey
10 yards out atfer an 80 yard
155 pounds and Is just a
riding into the game untied keep first place In the Mixed II ;
D&W took 3 from j "
I sophomore. Theron Bass a 155 Big Red drive, and Falcon, Reese and Eddie Douglas, second period. The half closed Fumbles Lost By 1 3 Candy's; '"
and undefeated in six outings. Doubles' League. Jim Brum-
Palatka linebackers Steve Tllley, and with Bradford leading 12-7. Punts 3-206: 522.6 Gulf. Joyce Barton paced the HT'sb'
pound Junior. Is rated the best capitalizing on a
mett rolled a high series of
Perennially tough the Bull. and Longest )jaunt of the drive Score by quarters: winners with 550 while PhyllisBrown's
Agner, corner-
back He Is' shifty and runs fumble, added a fourth TD. Mickey
'dogs 547 for D & W, while Rudolph
are still respected atl,: hard, according to BHS coaches. The shocked visitors, who backs Calvin Varnes and Ran- was a 18 yarder around left Bradford 6 6 7 7 26 Hutcheson had a 902 for Wil- losers. 468 wan high for Ute I t With Your

had played the Tornadoes to a dy Joyner, and end-cornerback end by Falcon. Agner plunged I Palatka 7000 7 ,

The Bulldogs will have their 0-0 tie in a disputed contest Roger Chilson were on the for gains of 4, 5, 8, 5, 11, 3, Touchdowns: (lIam Also\! taking three I B & G Truck Stop and Andrews I DOWN'Warp's

usual bill line and most of the In Palatka last year, never starting unit that stopped Pa- and 10 yards He and Falcon Bradford-1)) Douglas, 54 TV Service Center, opposed points was by Drug split 22. Suzie F-O-G

I j weights In the game program got their touted running attack latka. The tine was just as effective carried the pigskin every Inch yd pass from Falcon; 2)) Broadway rolled 416 to lead!
Saf-Gas. High series '
are probably short !several going< or their vaunted on offense with Chil- of the 80 yards behind the Agner, 10 yd. run; 3) Keystone the winners, while Shirley : REX.O-GUSS-tbat Is.! :
B-... W AUTO << for the winners was Bill
SUPPLY (NO.;
Moore the losers with I
defense son and 'Morgan at guard and slashing blocking of the tough Douglas, 39 yd. pass from lopped
UllDCRS:\ HAROWAHC AND SUPPLY' pounds. Co-captain Mike Edwards stiffened. Bill Brown's( 516, while Pat I Cover off openings: NOW
left guard and a 170 Tornadoes Terrific John Spengler and Andy May- BHS forewall. Falcon; EPFalcon, run; 454.
I Bradley topped the losers with I! (doom, windows( porches: ) that
pound senior, la the team'sbest Playing terrific ball In ev- ton at tackles The Tornadoes were still on 4)) Falcon, 8 yd run; EP Joyce Barton had high series I let in cold winter drafts. Just
564.
1 1j blocker and a good ball ery department the, hard- Fullback Agner, who crashed shaky ground as> they openedthe -Falcon, kick. I of the night with 550. Her'' cut Warp's H.KX0I,4 I

L I II player. charging Tornadoes of BUS through Brave defendersall second ,,'half, but they did- Palatka 1)) Pope, 21 yd. run; Murrhee Insurance took four high game was 218! 'with Naomi 'I with shears, tack over screens I

I I Left end Corky Blsphan la a out ran out passed and out night long, had 95 yardson I n't stay that way for( long. EP-Shambly, kick. points from Carp's with the 1! Nelson second, and :Mary or frames for low-cant winter .

195 pound junior and cocaP1taln. defenaed the big, tough Braves the ground In 19 carries, Randy Joyner retuned the Pa- help of Bob Drake's 524 ser Jarvis third.Standings, protection. Warp's: genuine!: ,

left tackle Wayne Chaney to win their second Florida a S yard average to lead the latka kickoff 14 yards ,to ,the lee George. Grant had high II : D & W. 22-6; crystal-clear hold IN heat-keep FLKX-O.CI.ASS: OUT cold.

1 I l.s a tough 190 pound sophomore Star Conference fray and remain -i Tornadoes. Halfback Dwight Tornado 19 and the Big Red BOWLINGNEWS eriar'' of> 480 fur the losers. Sleepy Hollow. 19-9: Draw. You'll save up to 40% on fuel '

j J and right! tackle Larry unbeaten and untied in I Elder had 49 yards In 10 car was on Its way again. Another ''three-point winner Tite 16-12; Gem Jewelry 14- coats .. be snug and warm alt

Simmons 175, a senior, U' an six starts this season. The ries, a 4.9 yard average. But Elder slashed off right was LaRue Insurance, opposed 14: Andrews Dri-g, 14.14. Reynolds winter long. FI.KX-O-CMS5: !

) aggressive! boy who Is strong, victory gave the powerful Tigers the little quarterback Falcon, tackle for 24 yards and then ,by Larsen Trailer Sales. 13H-13'I.? BAG, 13- lasts for yearn at a fraction

t tough, and:! hard to move. of Lake City, whose stood out with 76 yards on hit for seven yards. up the MEN'S COMMERCIAL: Matt Schroue'er rolled a 496 15; Noegel's. ll'i-16'' Can- the rout yard of at(1 lank Only local 90e hard-1*'

I Harris will throw the ball, players and coaches watched the ground and 98 In 'the air. mtd
especially If he cannot run Friday's game from the stands, He had a 7 yard rushing. aver- tried to hit Douglas then and Starke 'Motor Purls moved -

", against the Tornadoes and something to think about. age in 11 attempts and threw fans goaned when officials into the top spot this week In sVMMBHBI

nobody has yet. His favorite Lake City remains the one two for two. TD'a and scoredone rule the big end had caughtthe the Men's Commercial League

".,; ,\\ target to' right end Ray Corbin, major stumbling block for the himself. long aerial on the ground with a 4.0 win over Clay Electric.
'o y; ''II'" a 150 pound junior, and the Red Big Ked Line Tough and
fighting Big team as they ruled It Incomplete. Bob Drake set the pace
GET A 3D FT. team's best receiver. make their first serious bid Palatka won the toss and >
Second TD l a m for the winners with a 625 series -
The Bulldogs run from the untied for Florida Star chose to receive. to open the
PECAN KNOCKING a That didn't atop the little ((247-178-200)), Walt Ed- 3,000PAIR
POLE AND KNOCK popular I-formatlon and a championship and a possible game. They had a taste of quarterback, however, and four mondson led Clay Electric
wlnged-T They often split; an state Class A title what waa to( come, however, i .
later
THAT BIRDSPECIAL plays Douglas had his with a 567 set.Terwlllegar
end to side and set backto
one a when the Bradford torewall I
Tutored into a finely operat-
second TD of the night. It wasa Motors moved
the other. They may also\ unit the Tornadoes beat held them on downs, albeit aid-
ing ,
39
second with 4-0
yard pass play and put tip to place a
$2'25D unbalanced line with ,
use an
the Braves at their own game, ed by a pair of off sides pen the Tornadoes ahead 19-7 after shutout over Gem Jewelry.
big Blsphan playing tight end
and unstoppable ground attack alties. Falcon. ran the PAT across. Clyde Terwlllegar led his team
on the heavy side. They also
and added a deadly pas Falcon wasted no tlm. In Keeping possession( of the with a 355 set while Donnie
a. w AUTO SUPPIV INC I I4I will flip-flip their linemen his parsing attack and
i sing attack to boot. Palatka'stouted testing / pigskin. most of the rest of Bagwell set the pace for Gem
putting their best In the dl-
( itOWNLEt STPHDNF running attack and rock on the ,third try hit Douglas on the third period the Tornadoes with a 513. SHOES
section
they are /going
M-4441 hard defense were nowhere to a 54 yard pans play and had pushed the Braves deeper into
In other action, Camp
The Tornadoes will start be seen Friday when the Tor- his Initial TD with 3:09: left their own territory.
Finally
downed Starke Jay-
aU0.DERs HARDWA E AND SUPPLY their usual crew with everybody nadoes held, them to 66 yards In the first period.( The Torna- Blaitilng
oft the Palatka 14, the ball with a 492 series, while J.Brummett .
In health
301 E CALL ST.. good except rushing while racking up 223 does scored on the second was jarred lose and Bradford'sJoey s't,. the for the
for a few bruises sustained time they had the bull and pace
PHONE 964-921 yards on the ground themselves Reese jumped on it. .
I'fell 4-0 wi h Rudolph Hutche
against! the big Palatka eleven. without allowing the Braves a
In two play then the Tornadoes nn's W being high for
d. "Finest Win" single first. down. covered the 10 yards Blnndlng. James Williams led

.. I "It was one of the finest On Bradford's opening se- ,to paydlrt. Agner got two I the Jaycee with 420.
wins we've had since I've ries Falcon handed off to Ag I OFF
I ner twice and Elder for yards over" right guano' befpre I.Faulkner's !Sinclair. Service, 60 %
once
: been In Starke Head Coach Falcon" 'skirted, his'right end
The Below Named Citizens Support pared by Durnell Dyal's 530set
David Hurxo said. one first down before he wentto for the 8 yard TI). Palatka I took a 3.1 decision over
"Kverybody did a real fine the air. He missed a short quarterback
Kenny Perry was
job, I can't really single out one to Elder and a long bomb waiting and had a clear shot i Uraw-Tite. whose high scorer
f The Construction Of A New was Carl Henley with 912.
any Individual' said Line to Douglas on that first se at the goal but the shifty Falcon -I I Independent Telephone took

Coach Griffith of his. rice ,
Tony twitched by him Into the 1 i
finely honed BUS forowall Falcon Bomb Hits end I'JOne. So completely didFalcon

Courthouse For Bradford County that chewed a much biggerQuarterback The little signal caller was fake the Brave quarterback -

: I persistent, however and on i that Perry did not STARKE On Entire StockFABULOUS
: Donald Falcon his second series from his own move from his tracks
the
as

And d Urge Approval Of This and both standouts fullback Mickey against Palatka Agner 46 straight yard to line Douglas'he threw, connect.two I Tornado Falcon runner kicked burst the by extra him.' Bowling Lanes

last week, have bruised hip for TD the second
ing the on
point and 'the Tornadoes led,
; Project In The Straw Ballot On and Hume may hold both out try. The extra point attemptson 26-7 with 10:11: left In the

as much as possible to protect the first two TD's failed; fourth period. JUNIOR ItOWMNC/(:
them from re-lnjuilnir the center Butch Redding broke
Unto Hold. Braver LEAGUES SELECTION
hips before they heal com- his glasses early In the game --- PLENTY NARROW
Tuesday November 2 The Braves took to the air SATURi.IYAI'TERNOON
: pletely. Both are ready to go, and forced to wear sun shades -
then In a desperate attempt .
however. he could not see well enoughfor ( WIDTHSBafksdale's
Ever body on the line Is an accurate for a quk-k score. Their only STARTS I00 1

;: W. T. Jackson, Sr. Marian i). Long I healthy and Joey Reese and Palatka came snap.back that chance minutes to left tally in came the game with when Just ;MOONLIGHTHOWLING-)

i'auline.Tanner II. II. Adams", I Eidle:! Douglas will be at the time, however, when Dwight "
Dwight Ruler's punt wise blocked : :
rnds. John Spenaler. and An- Elder fumbled a punt return
: : Patricia Spender John I
lagan tackles RogerChll.ion and the Br veshad the SATURDAY NIGHT(; :
dy Mayton at
when hit just after catching
Eula Mae Smith II. P. Morgan I ball at the Tornado 12. Four
Steve Tllley at AT 11:00()
I / and the bill at the Starke 21. On :
: P Elaine ColsonGwendolyn Marian R. Finucan guards and Butch Redding at downs netted tout. eight yards,
flrttt down than hard running
;' Thornton Elaine: I Redding center on offense. Tackles Jim Brave halfback Bobby Pope however, as the Big Red line 8 Game Sweeper

I Clyde Priest I'. D. Reddish! I Godwin and Ronnie Tomlinson broke loose around !Ms left braced and refused to give. SUNDAY

Betty Ann Edwards' George II. Pierce will play defense and guard end for Palatka's lone touch- Quarterback Harry Hatcherran AFTERNOONAT

Jane Allen Geo. I. Patten Leaton Morgan will see plenty down. the clock out then with a 3:00: GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE'
series of
and keeper plnvs. I IA
of action on both offense Center Ritchie
+ H. F. Mizell Jr. Betty Lou Shaw defense In spelling Tllley and humbly boot- Falcon's two TD aerials. I

Chrlstofer O. Parker Alfred W. Smith

: ; Gus Kopelousox! J.. R. Kelly, Mickey Second Auner.line quarterback and Tornadoes Top bsa1 I.y _

I T. II. Slade Ed Prak Jr. starting defensive safety Lar-

: Randal F.. Chitty Loretta J. Merritt\ ry Connell Is no longer with Florida Star Badeocfc

I : J. C. Sawyer Lola Zipperer the Tornadoea having tone to

I Carl Hurst Tom Moore England with hU family. Bradford's Tornadoes took a ALL STEEL

: Robert Harksdafe Esther S. Carter Richard Crews will Play his head and shoulders lead In liFiqN fJIl' on 1
Connellwas
: ; B. L. Moxley Jr. Mrs. J. R. Kelly defensive safety spot. the Florida;! Star Conferencethis I
for the Palatka game '
Grace Hitch Martha R. Moore gone week'aftrr dealing/ the
: but Falcon. an excellent defensive J'
Palatka Braves a 26-7 loss. .. Fl'SSNO I
I George W. Roberts:! B. B. Rowland ball player. Tilled In CABINETS
The Tornadoes are the only
; Jr. J. E. Hardy nicely lie will not be used I I .
league team with two wins i \ ftOTIIKR:
Grady Williamson Robert E. Lewis there' tomorrow, probably, because and no defeats. Lake City has -

Kenneth C. Grider R. C. Alvarez of his hip. played only one conference' I NO RFD: c *

: Martha Dorko George Kopelousos Dwight Elder, starting left contest. which they won. I

S. G. Denmark J. M. Edwards, Jr. half will see much action at compared to the Tornadoes' TAPE L HEAVY GAUGE METAL

P. II. Faulkner Woodrow D. Griffls, quarterback, an old position to I
him. and Is now the squad'sback two.This all : F1NANCK: I I with Gleaming White ll
Mrs. Emily Brice James T. Moore I signal caller along Friday October 39. I ( ,
up the league J. T. Pollard C. R. Terwillegar David I I
; with Harry Hatcher. of R OWNACCOUNTS
-. p Mra. II. A., Mcl.eod Charles A. Darhy Shannon will play Elder's run. but only one conference game ( ) V._ .M.e.y.. !A.*. ..e c.......... .. M ....., [
calls will be played. In that game i l IM4_ ..lit....., ............ -- b.- .
: : Mrs. Carl f.. John, Margie back spot while he
fowling fling the Tornadoes are highly favored -,i MvyovusmK a. M.hl. ..
M. L. Johns Jr. W. F. Moss signals. Defensively Elder will to top Live Oak's Bulldogs I !III C
: ; play the other safety: Roger ouimra *mi SINKS _._
Carl J. Wilson Betty Mathews who have lost their one -
Cronkhlte I I Chilson Randy Joyner and to St. i !ICI 4jtrtitt__. 14" 4S" seta* '69"
: : ;;; Philip M. G. McMillan\ loop contest to date _
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alternate at 1'Is4 OurMft.ond *
Calvin Varnes will I 1 7"4" 79
C Charles Schaefer Thelma S. Most Augustine 20-13. /4-c.M..r_ s..r
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: 4 Nelson Moore I.. M. Noegel nerback., and at 'T1l1 linebacker Y. Agner. In the other' games Palatka t'M> U-CebM .'I?** an.- .a M092VK

: : : Gilbert Newcomb R. E.. Jones and Morgan will celebrate Homecoming; by Don UIIN.1ITS I $-Is...

Peter J. Novak A. J. Thomas I playing )host to a strong Main Of FineFurniture I'f f $1 D ..IVtaS UTtirtY

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TIICRSDtr. OCT. 28. 1965

- I 0:43: a. m. Morning Worship. -

11 a. m Youth Fellowship. 6 Pecan JV Tackles Myrtle Rl.. "Rtarkr'. Florida. <*.t.''K M>. I1-.17I.: nawe 1030 "Mlarko' Korliln. Atn
Opening Mrs I -BMI' |1."H"h. :.In H. jy,'- In ... I''l itl.n fciiriin .
i&MI I 'rni' '> foi Pntltlonvi I .
p. tie t nnd l h t) fiInu I I.
Bt ,
m.Monday Jackets Tonight tlt..rke. Vlinldn" no I- ,wnr .;UA' II. orirrin., (the "original th...i.c. WI"," I,
Deacons Meet- for the adoption of thf C'lt-rk or wild. f..urt. ., .
: -ri Ing. 7:30: p. m, Sale 'Is LowHope In St. Augustine l .listed.A. l is.thin IHIJ.1.' I 1'Hh!. day l of at Hmrkp.
Hmd- .
Wednesday:: Session Meet- r..rU! County( Klorlilu Kvvln I M:leusi: *y I.0..111'11'".. Lynl'lInn'' I I.yll.' : h atid* .th.n..."In.& you urtintlnir aM, .(l.1"1|, >.

r IIIR. 7:30: p. m. Going far: their second in 10/21 411)| IIII'O''U'I' \om PS: WIT loI; Thui' the Tornado Junior varsity will .- To. E'A It PU.1.1. It I.VM'll of sail c.......1 my at amp ,? ,01|
I !':ay: Choir Practice for strengthened prices ] IDIYI.: : stark.Fit." d '.
visit St. Augustine tonight UIa 4111''1 :0:. i I':. Tenth, "KtrtxtClalnOHVlllv thin 2Jn l dn> of Onouei, _
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v. 7:30: p m.F.ld.w. and a larger volume of nuts i Irrnlt < ourl itrNdCorsIaunty Klorldt I"lliu; VI.I J.
Thursday' I for their first encounter ( l-'larliljii In hisa..r
: j ; Nov. 5-Adult Bible was expressed by Phil Cronk- with the Yellow Jackets r'nn* Ju. DI-XDIt! You are heivliy notified, I that' C irA It!.Ell. A 1 UUUJYClfrK
'!bite of the Starko Vinc'rnt the Rbovv-tiHiiitfd, I-vtltloitrr th rlr.'ult, i ,'
., Study Class. 7:30: p. m. manager A. Itvnn Pliilnlirf, "H. 'irt
A I' State Farmers Market. after Marie' 1... Hvan D..rin The Toinadoes lost their TO ,AI'PK\I: a petition In tinah, <'''enlylmli III U II' I II! I Ill
GOSPEL! TAD.IRNACIM: the opening auction sale last I To: Mnrl It Ryan i:ourl for the adoption of the I Cl.Tk..
Hunter first last 13-0
llartry game Thursday ,minor hlltl named thin'!In and
IVnvy Thursday. You nri* hvrrljy fi'vtlflfft I i tlmt I,
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I The Tuesday afternoon Bible : Opening day was a to a big tou"h Palatka eleven. milt >for Dlvoit'it hftM l he..n, fllfrlftffwlnut you ari required, I ti" nh,,u ( ,tiui>
Class. average They tied Lake City In their In why the MMint. nhonld not br I _
Five Churches Conduct taught by Aim Oehrig you th" alinvt namedf .
Simultaneous Revivals la IncreasingIn disappointing 12.70 rents a I opener 0-0 and won 21-0 over ;otirt, iind! ..It".... and you ,ii I if r...I ranted by....". site a 'P.v "f --
attendanceand pound' as compared with lastxeaaon'a quired to n.rv.* ii t,i .py of vnur. your written dt f,'nuen. IT .,inupon > I f3 oI -

Flvi' rlillH'i/ ; (if I llio NrKlv ", ...1 I 7 ','n) in ill p u'tl.'Ipniln'UNI Pustois ninl interest; also the Tuesday over-all average of Lake Butler answer or plvadlntf' tfi (th. I'HIInlnlnt ,- I George II. Hli r. .H O !
visiting evnn-
I ( : : night\ Bible Study for adults Game tlnv U 7:30: In St. on (lie 1'lalntlffn" At-
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'.'. U.,IP J):f 1Sf A' Inl..m t > \'I il I! ( '! '. 'J I :'IP:'iwill be s m :oil,itIn the live pni tlrlpatln, which 'includes Bible 24 iI tents Augustine tnrnity lion u A. linen, Ir 2IAH -: '
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I con-tiicl: "kiinultniieoii ,I'MiinN \nint, (on in 111' tin:" of 111.' ), chinch's{ HIV B* lollons: and < work quiz One lot of Muhamt broughtthe i I.; First Hlrcvl "tn>'Unit Sun1io!: ,.t :11 Theevtnln" fin memory 23 Flit. and file the orlftlnal' In the l'Rentala
mO( "i'i vl es n.irie: quell Flrt Bjptln SUikc.: W. A top> price at cents" a ,
Dr. and Mrs Harry MrCJoe I rrii co <>r tin- fiiMk <>r t tin CI r- Free Fish FrvAllen'
ici i IC. wil: he hell: 'r"vL'p't of the .
> n 11 held( Hoitan pnstoi. Hal HunttMpa'tnr have pound opening Halo < Hit I <*mirt on or I.. fore S lh.. I 15thilay

--- -. --.- Rlveilde, BivpUsClinnh returned to the Prophet's while the low was 8 cents W. C. T. U. ttt N'iv'nilt..r. .Ittttl othrrwlHi
iloom and will ,be ministering :Moat Curtis went lit from the, allcicatlonB/ saul (::1,,,..
J91
evnmclctMadL
) Tampa to the services until early' In 1 plnlnt will l lii> taken .as. i ,,nf-ii.-
>,in Sticct Sfmke to 2Hi cents while Stewarts < \HUTFK: IS WHAT ud Iy yuuThlH Tavern

'''eldi'r Rowan, pastor: Orady November when they will go averaged 18'i.' VOlt ARE.; IN TilE \RK." I n.'It.h..11' t bi, .publlHhftdon .
to Detroit j ,. .. & Barbecue
for Bible ,
a confer- .
(From Cold a t'iir'h w *i k f"r fuiu nMutlvii -
'nl1'Ien. De'and: evan ellst. Volume at the opening auction Std Album) ,
SPACE nce wcrkH In tho Ilrndford
All'}pa', k Baptist. Starlce: E. was 5,375 pounds with County. T"'lc' 'rui.>h. 121iIe: South of
$1 Per
YOUR Qllfn.1.' pastor: B. T. Peavy, several glowers no-n.ilelntf" >on i: in 1"1'1'\1'1": Dated. thin mil day of O to Day
.((01FRIDVY
'{IIIKSi'V! Lake evangelist. Methodist Church their nuts In the hope of better 'III Ml-l.ltll; ':II 114'IIIIOt. HN I b.". 1965. f.nwtey on .\1.1. JI' (oW PORTABLES;
tIIii I "w iiNoII. ] (H.\I.: I I.
PROBLEM? Biookor Baptist. James prices later on. .. .... Ih..r".y. Klv<'nil thai' CIIAIII.F-M:! A. UAKIIVClerk NHJHT: r.
r. .mpli-! pastor; Charles Har- Calendar for the week: I'h... uild,, ,.i IKt'" ,I. iiinh, tin. |iro.IIWK- I of I tin. ('ln'Hit < '0111"I IHy OCT. 29! EmersonDahiner's
Saturday MYP Trick or I v".r" .. (' i'mil" 'i' 'n" '..r.:1.:i ir '. llHiilnh, >f Stonily I
oLnwti y. ovanncllstITampton ( Treat for UNIOEF.' 6pm. starting at 7.3O:: p.m. Saturday "r i." "" s. A. .. i 1'11'I I n MI ''' Deputy. Clerk: 1
Paul Ente.s. pastor Sunday Dot 30 at the strawberry C.... wllh, I I h.. I[lork .nf. thi. ( lO/'l 1 4t II' III' Starts! at 7 O'clockleasts
Church 11'1'-/
If so, need Economical Addition ; Bobby Knight evangeJUt School I wharf. The public U. Invited I ""II l'iirt. 1. III,, a ni' ft.,, lira, / Till 10 P.M.:
you on to Homeor 9:45: a. .
your en.
Morning Worship I ,
'''iiuu' !I.'J!'" uJ.t. upon i ,'11" 'nsF: iiiiiiir f'niir' or
Mobile Home.CABANA. The publl. Is i-raidlallv In I 11 a. m. Youth Choir practice to come anti help support l I"i ..i.r .'I r pulilli' !, ,.atlon ,.r t tliiK ii".1 ll.iilllIt IH.: .II'III Jl ll I SI EV"U'OEfNVlnU:;

vlte, to attun-l w, :'v"'e'"' '. in an: l1 I P. m. Snack Supper for MY?. I this fund-rai<4lng drive to buy 'Ii.. .. 'In.. r""I..uo" .. iiHm ..r 1'1'1 i .11111.I .... I' ., M, > f> Hmi 112 E. Call !Ph. 919.1771WANTED I
If' untv h un'l..* wh"h" I tiiKoiui f'lI i % 'r i ;
of the extra equipment for the new > '|1'> r nmiiKAK'Mj
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cooperating churchesCHURCH 8pm. MYF meetings
""" .. 6.30: P. In biiHlnvNN' MI' il II:i H 1.01111" \. 1% C II "CI"; .
fire truck.Insurance
I m. Evening Worship. 7::30.I : .

Mnday Girl Scout meet-!

--' I I $Ies as follows: : Troop) 605 I

rU I '<:15 p. m.: Troop 606. 4.30: : ez.z&: '. ..4eAc.tez::; a .

: Q Ti"><"'> 607 5:30.: Oommlnlon I .



II I MEWS M BomcJ'm: :n'i E Committee! ucitlon Club.meeting: 7pm 7:30.8pm.:of Methodist. Official Executive :: -i I rQQg ClAgSIRIfSf( :Q JGrrs RISDLTS I :]



ISUOOKI .
; n \l1IM'I'MTo Tuesday
I Executive Com ..... "," ij ..... -,-. 11'.. ......__ ,
noi.n JU''II.Rrv. : mittee. WSCS meets In Ladles: T15' -

Mc James Temple.. pastorof Business Bible Classroom.and ( 9:30: a. m. 20 .* or less one: In'urrtiit. Mt-niorlal. Resolutions etc Hoplay'l. .* hi (" _..lHrd SM'U..n:
program;
) the Biookei nnptlHt Church WFC3. in sanctuary 10 meeting a. m. (nilnlinuni charge) I.OO I'er sord ___.- .____ _____-u__ .0.; (I..10: per Inch -nr..t Inner lion.
announces n week of revival If nut |I.ald l ,In advance __ 1.2.1Keyinl
or FLORIDA ROOM Rprvlres, starting;r Mondaynljf'ii Wednesday Primary Inol.1unlol' : Curdn; of Thanks: I'p to SO words. 91.25 |HT huh after Hrst Invertlun.
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Choir practice 3:15.: cuiletl, or lilinil ails'

Aluminum Exterior 'in Assorted Pastel Colors for!these'. Nov.services 11. Guest' Hpenker: Player Meeting, 7 p. m. 1 (mlnliiiiim harge) --- ___.- .-. I 1.25 (Inliiiiun charge) u --- _u____ %.50
will be Rev.
Wood Panel Interior with Choic. of Walnut or Mapfe Wood Charles I! of Thum. Nov. 4 Chancel :I liiuli; luldltloiiul word aver 20__ .0.; Over SO uoril: per word ___-___ .01
Gram FiniihCompletely .lrvey LnwteyThe Choir lehearsal 7'30: p. m
Insulated' Walls (pastor and the church I

Insulated Root Optional ,conRreKiitlon/ cordially Invite Problems ? HASTINGS :MATTRESS FOR SALS F. H. A.. V. A. or Canventl.Ilo"LoaIU ,

Awning or Jalousie Windows with Inside) Removal Screens everyone to attend any and Veteran' Day 1 Ready mix eoncrte., concret are available hi atarkr ;,
Can be Installed & UPHOLSTERY WORK
in 2 3
to Day" ,nil of th,Me meetingsiinsr Next Thursday Call The Man From block house piers, sand ce- or rural! area. lut ratf from

"Keysto J ne" TIC Ixsmon St> Palatk aent. mortar mis roc*. steel! I S'i to 6 per Ct""'. Paramort TO BUY

GAINESVILLE AWNING 1'n'Sn1'lJItUSC : ; : !Mayor Randal Chitty has I George E. LaRue Furniture Renalrrd.' I eyster shell "merotk. roof irom"' phone 069-4111

II Vlt('II signed:\ a proclamation- dexlg- / (Upholstered ft Refinished<
COMPANYFREE noting. Thursday Nov. 11. ns Keystone Height MATTRESSES REBUILT !:N01', CO Phone B842521Starke i Saw Timberand

II. %Walton, Gritlv: MinisterSi / Veterans Day to honor the Consultant For All Your New Inner! prinjr* tfrht OE UPRIGHT FREEZER:

ESTIMATES PHONE h'( dule (oi the w> :k starting men and women who wervedn Insurance Need and 18 cu ft Frost Free. Repossessed. .
376-8888 Rox; Sprlnjrs ,
Oct 4JSwtdfty ) Rt'prPM'ntinc ('R.'NCF.
\ our Nation's 1964 model. Orlglna;*
wrmed forces I Great Amerlc'an In*. ('0. Drop I'A A Canl or Call) AT RI''C-P.IJ: : R'iTT.nAVTO. : I
Sunday School.
-- _. ontri'buting' I I price. S470 Like new-only
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I -- Immeasurably to
Tile Traveler In*. Co. rU.\TKA KA 5LIRS. B FIRR.: BO\T
the t350 Bulllngton Appliances PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY
preservation of America's '
M 471-4692 Da| PEGGY H1IALLER DOYLE: E. CONNER: tfcha
freedom
471-4325 Nltes 209 E. Adklns St.Starke. INSURANCE) AOEXCTtfch I _

In ItiHuing the proclamation Auto Fire Home On"lnM... !. A*"\t I : I : : !
1 HAVE almont completed 3
Mayor Chitty linked that the
Payment flan I
Monthly
bedroom frame house '\
diiy be observed with appropriate FOR SALIr.-1I'1II dirt top coll.' I on
I WE BUILD by your plins or acre on graded road about 2 TIMLOG Inc.
ceremonies "In honor of tractor work new and uNd :I
Uiono 'who have. borne the bur3n -! BE!: SURE TO SEE: world! building lupplleii W. T. Juk. I, will draw plans to suit DUII'1I.1 miles west. of Greets Cove ,


,"" Ho naked' all rltlrcns I Encyclopedia M. A. Payne. ,'' Supply. Fhon M44OO1 -]I I Starke r ra more- Homea 1169-4111.1 I property In Stark area. I' Phone 961-0211$

find bimlni'Hs.. Arms to display your local representative sln'o195fl !! ( ttl'.hlf I 1 tfchg Interested call Oalnesvllle

the Anieilcnn ling on Veterans ? O Box 603 Phone. 373-32M after 7pm Contact I.. IL Outlaw

Dn.v 964-3794. tfch FOR SALE!: Good business 2t.chll' 102'

American and residential properties In MARY QARTERPAINTS I, all kinds
Legion Pout Sfliinnoiinicd >II mile off Hwy 301 :259acres REPAIR WORK -
) THREE BEDROOM.: :U: oath Starke, Improved and unlm- 1021
that n ipcclal Vet-! Call 9 -34 cleare.l S room
ernnn DAY home on yon:?: lot $50.C;? prirved II V Knight. P. 0
proginm will he
house outbuildings Som- re-i 1
down. email monthly payment Drawer F. Cltr tfeba I MUSICAL INSTRUCTION --
pipsentwl at the HIIS ,
allSE'm- pairs ne dd! Good< aiming
000-4111
p bly at 11:30 a.m.. Nov. 11. W P.iramme Homes. Oman. Henry P'1Ue-.II- -Plano
and and cattle land. S137SO/ per
Rtorke tfrhg LICENSED PLUMBER --
i 4734733for
T Coriim. of the University ,' 'I Mrs Fluewe Phone
builder Work done by the Complete Line acre. lesson at Villa
free trial
or I'lorldu
Extension i I
Service 8 E. MCKAY. REALTOR.
COINSVA.NTED hour' Avorv C Blade! Phone
ofPaints Keystone
and I Plumoui! Motel.
prominent In American BUY SELL' TUADK).: 2AII-.1)1 Marvlll' \ < tfcha' Keystone Heights phone 473- i Heights 4tp 114
Legion 'work will 'be
the featured 4818 2trhT 1025(
24-hr. Apprnlitul, .. Ioit-nh' for AllSuppHea :
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wponkerUTKV' FOR RENT One Bedroom
.hi l l coin. free sit 'h.1m'l.o'n's :'
( be'
your PIANO WANTFD Must
trailer trailer space with pn- For FOR SALE!: _House 8 rooms.
I..\ : : niurr.s) ; In wood condition and reasonably -
FIKB: PEI'T.: lbs Over nt"ht. parking Clone :3 baths with or without furnIture -

10 SI'ONXOIC IKXNCK: K''st.stiC II.-Ilthh to shopping center Westmore- All Purposes priced: Phone 969-2011 10 acres. Ptnne M4-

The twiwtey Volunteer Fire 'land Trailer Park. phone 960rol 2tha 1 114 :; 4 I
FOR SAI.E 1962: Chevrolet Buy One' (;alhtnct
: ftI5 Drpartment) will sponsor aRound :\: ) or W.9-imi: tfehg ,
Corvalr rampstde truck. 40,000 III FOLKS'' Looking for bar-
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and Hqimro\ Dance (; One' (;'allonF
actual miles $995 00 J R FOR RENT- bedroom fur gains' Come on out to the oil:! FOR RENT OR SALE Four

tillI twt.Ofl Tfe.hqw. flushed apartment 507 Center R E: i E: trading ;past: : W.' have furniture -. room concrete block house and

I I I St__!M"" Oolflip Martin tfcha.. I Phone 0 1-8201$ clothing" toys. appUanc' r twenty acres, two. and one half
r "HAPPY1 COOLEY of I heater and many other Itemsto miles from town. Just off road

12 \Wides. I I I Klngsley Lake now associated ,|I II FOR SALE 100 X 100 lotwith :.t.;>.1 N. Temple choose from Just 3 mllei I 1 100 House equipped with bath.

with Oay Home Appliance house 4 rooms and bath \ north on 301 Open 6 days a hot water heater Hs electricIty -

Custom! !Made I Phone! 904-7511 Colemim.FrlsUUIre I 175 BTU Wnlltype heater and ,, HORSESHOEINGPrartlial ; : i week from 8 to 9 We buy sell I and rOd water Phone
I and l Cl.riulilute ..1'.1".
& Zenith
For Florida M.iytnn i water heater Piped for city I and trade Leonard and Ruby I 969-164" J M\ Blunink
Living Iff 'Happy" make you happy
4trh 1029 3 block from BUS i "'1111.lcf.EOn 1 :
(n
.et!t More
Fen SALE Thre lots on
IH.VS70I I WANTED FARM:
YOU C"t1rnprownlf'e & Grand St. Tek-|>h ne or acreage

For Your $ S S FOR RENT UnfurnLihed 4 C. a after 50 p. m *4-08f12. ,. haute. I, Ho, I 13 In Bradford County or near I road 1 16 north UKimcsley"
room house, 290: N Bay Cal ttrh.I by. Have Orlando property to j I Lake- Near the public, landlnas
10 3MINOFR *
4tp '
No Salaried' or Com T' antoorl location for rrxl-
904-6174 Hchl trade. If Interested:! phone 473- :

Time flies. When this missioned! Employees : electric oewtng: machine FOR SALEDesirable residential 3010 or write Hayne 19O8CVmoay I dence or bu ''ne*< Telephone

seedling of a man DAD & IUtAU I.\IISEN In console cabinet. likenew lot located on E. Call : R1 Orlando I Up I 1 969-164lStatkeFl.a J M. 61I *-
Madam
Roberts
trunk

is ready for college he'll need financial help. LIKE; TO WORK SI'IIUTUAL KKADEIlAMI : Sews All forward attachments! and reverse for-,I Street Rl'aMnablr.Vrlte amon exrluilve for homes particulars I liFt? WANTED Eftld..nt''I I

AI1VISOH making buttonholes de-tag. 1338 OverUke Ave. white housekeeper to take full I I I FOR SIEOne two bedroom

,, So will your children. YOU Benefit! I ulll .. H\nt\ and fancy stlfh designs or phone: 424-9779 Orlando. I( chart of name: for working I hxne. W Jalqon: St Laritelot

n'er ninny que.lion Fully guaranteed Can be seen Flu_Mn 102* mother! and fourteen year olddauirhter 112.500 AJ-w one two bedroom -
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All Sizes' on Display Ii'sp. n1"Trl"It. bll"l. In your area" "fl''k.. elxht, I, M.ist: be wllllnt to j I I home O.:ITT Road excellent
Open a savings account with ness. lIa .,.In.*.... ami sill pro- WILL WASH tron and mend live In part time Most havetransportation '
us today 8-10-12: WidesIV'i blenie.All. monthly payments of $491* or In my home. Call 964324tfrhs condition Call 14' 4-
If not quali "
"*771 tf.f1.SrCF. .
I Maths will 'Uoount for cash WtltJ-

for their college education. and Kx: panda bleu Reading. .rh site Credit Manager 133 S Clearwater fled. do. not apply: References

anti. <'isnthls'ntia'siM.p.l l Road. Largo Florida > :M\l.F. 1//.:L'STEn require! Call Mrs Loyree: I .ARF.' TO Bl'II D'NO
Coromlo rt9l l lirhs.|I
4tp 114 Men In good health are 21 to
: \l. *l 1.00

Savings In By The 20th Earn From The 1st New and Used !Suinsistys. 8 win. to 11Week HALLOWEEN SKATING party Two 60 8 hour weeks day.paid 5 days vacation.week nut: OIL HIP'S" ,'; : 273-for 15 arr-a list!. triol paved nl'UI RdFronUae .

!n,,)'* H a.m. to 9 "p.in.
lots
8-Vr. Saturday Oct. 30. Fun town of focp4soo
financing available State retirement- ant: Social Hat two bay: servIce station pbllities

Phone UtI l-9i113: Ppoit Roller RInk. 4 p. m til ScoturttyVrtte- or contact Personnel for' 1 le*<.r .Walnut and MalIson !-j : Price t-1 linG down

UWP Our- -Rental-Piir-- I'rlvittrt 1.0h., 12'30 a m. 8Sr hours,", of fun Department. Sunliuid fU Paid training! available i NO 313-3 aciOlivet areafor

Savings and Loan chase Flan-l'a 'ments .. M. tlltvuy SOl <'ind games Only SOC. Prizes Training Center P O DoE Call Travis Ma this. Jck.onvtltt rareful<< r ttorement 'pt
.9 > for bfooot co.timie" :5trh... 1A2:!8 !I ,. ) 1 "-13.1) tfeht [ u**He from large >hke-- Pewrfi Ac
.. .., ...., I Under $.))0() Per Month 4 Ml. South. !Market' Hiu4tihg I, 1150. (hlnnvl Fla. j I Pecan tee.Lodecfl. 4
rm
4tf hir 11
ASSOCIATION ... FOR 4nOUSF.KEFPFR
;e F OF ;''''' ; liFt PENTFreshly decoratel Work h-tw Screened ForthIl000Takes
furni!'hed apartment Also 'k"STEn $
WANTED thai
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:JJJmJ 'mJifFMcrbile unfurnished house" H. 8. Bur- To live In and takeUrf'- of 8- On state highway near Starke V.. MlRETIRINO /
I 'k:2STARKE SINC.Hl: Stl.I.CTTIC': : c"ette" 524 North Cherry St.. 5-room houve. bath: electric *
year old bov Woman with. Want to bull
aetng machine. Z1O Z\OS. Fhnne Xtg-3324 tfchglour about 10 acres tillable Barn *
children wehmcne Car furnished i that hot Mar ham* Herd's the
makes buttonholes. or poultry coops! for 1.000 lay-
on
J 2JX :N." Home Sites sews PH. 473-3104( B.>* 48. t plate' Lot ISO ft. by 170 ft
T'mpre buttons. decorative ers. Sen- full dmcrtptton and
1nl\oar.ms. -
i Phone Keystone Height. Fla3tch. Onfy 2 issUes from
91)1.0.)00) ) () fled Rooms" Three Baths town. and"
AVAILABLE drsliins, etc Has balance" lowest down and monthly: pay-
10 :2i !< 200 ft. from Uk.. '
: Ncthinn:: else like It In this Only H.VN : )
menu tn flirt letter to Frank
due reliable
StH or party can
I Watch For The First Federal / Full lake PrIvIleges' assume S3 per nvanth: payments community. Large Living Oraf. 916 17th Ave Wr t Belm .w ?*4 lJll

: Foa tbal's at the (..f) Homestead Exempt- Call Oalnet.ill COLLECT room. air condition! and central -1 I i, FOR SALE Ptano In good -"r !V .I Itn 1 II 4 ACRPiJ Poultry Cattle
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: Starke Game ; [ Financing 378-4783 Ask for Credit hrnt. double carport pines condition. Call 783-341 I I and timber firm d>ttr'1 49.ono

r .. and shrubbery 25O feel harJrOIl I 1028I rspart'po'iitrv: :! houses Z\>
_'" Mtlnl\ll'f'1" :2tn 10 :S3FX3R 5tp
fronuut'. I I I BR: OENTtE be kind to thatexpensive srren ti,tb.! '>' 21*
I (OLLOVOl'K) LOCXL)( UUill: ?$' < All for an exceptional : < acre rat
SCHOOL-(
( () !
I Ctean It with
Lake Geneva carpet ,bp!
!1'T1boo
r low price Let me 1 a-t-'l* fru!:
I : TEAM RFNT 1 I..t 2 bedroom COMPRFSSFD air grease Blue Lustre RC'II' .
.). show !tree. 7 ,
It
\\1 trailer. at your connlence equipment r'ni i bath hotn
Can be m<>>\8J on your I and hand-operating phampooer II Starke Hard-
I! FHIU.\Y. OCIOISER) 2!IIHLIVE Trailer SalesOn own, lot Call 964l6S1.2tch< A 4..f1701 J Thjma-s Realtor Tel ;I lube- rqutcmont for sale Reasonable ware Ito Cots MTfn. ..111. S5900OTROJT

: 11'4 Inquire 734 N Walnut TITV
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I Route IOO On* Mile SR FOR HEIP WANTED MALE *
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theh' ",lull&l.shnell.ap.'thy.. and result we have not taken the we 'tall to deal with each person have more tlthers. more who
Christs Indifference toward Almighty< time to deal with each Individual who may come forward would live and live and I am
'I Ood. and realize the gross Sin personaiy using, the during the Invitation to accept lefcrrliw to "heart service"
4 of unfalthfulne.Hti. In their Word of Ood as our authority Chi'Ut a* Saviour. I am that would be 'Vendered. rather
The AnswerBy stewardship for the Blessed and step by step outlining convinced If this was done, than lip service Yea Christ U
Many Small Counties Already Ahead ;, SON OF OOD who loved tam Just as Ood has recorded His and the command of Christ the '!
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and bought them w lUi Ills own plan of Salvation to each Individual "TntchhiK! thl'lIto observe all Answer'k
precious. blood. soul We should neverbe things whatsoever. I have
Of Us In Pledging Race Track Funds coin-
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Rev. Charles Harvey Yet we mast face facts. The so busy In any ,,{service or In mlU1d.-d" I Matt :US. :201 I was
Word of God tells lilt In 2 Cor ""11'1a hurry to adjourn' that obeyed. our churches would Telegraph
Bradford apparently is: not the only Tuesday say that sentiment U generally Pastor First Baptist Church 5:17 I
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small Florida nttempting to favorable those who understandthat any .
county among --
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protect its equal share of the racetrack much more than a new courthouseis for the former things are
money by pledging it for retire- involved in the decision. Also! in- I churches In the --- passed' away behold all things!
ment of revenue certificates for capi- \'olved-.and this is of greatest. importance Southern Many Baptist Convention rect responsibility Now It this to Almightygod" be are become new From this 1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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tal improvements.In -is the possible loss of the bulk can verse!, as well as hundreds! of
will
be entering into a crusade will be Kloiiou.4 Indeed. But ESTABLISHED 1879
a story captioned "Fading; Rural of our race track funds unless they known as A SIMULTANEOUS from the unfaithfulness! of a othererse.i! to IIlIbstanU"te'I *wa
Bloc (Cashes! In At The Races," Miami are pledged in the manner described REVIVAL CRUSADE: among meat majority of our membart.slilp same in the Word of Ood. just 0 C. U. MATTH.W.. roiron: AND PULIMBH
Herald writer Dan Millott reveals that above. If the race track money is Southern Baptist churches I, it would Ile't'IItllat' we simple factual reasoning leaves rq
us wU! one simple and plain I
nearly half of the state's counties lost then the county will have to The two words 'SimultaneousRevival' I need more than "Revival. For solution, our churches are fill. P'L.OIUOA''I OLD..T WIIKLV Newe5APU1 i PUVLIVHKO CON
32 in all-pushed! through 55 differ- raise the ad valorem tax levy, or discontinue when we define eachword I a dead person cannot be rev ed t.o.. large' extent by men TINUOUM.V' UNOIN THC SAMC MA.TH.AO
laws in the 1965 session number of worthwhile ser I ran only mean that as vlved. revival ran come only to
ent bond a and
many churches) as are led to those who have, been saved by women toys and girls "U.L..H.O' EACH TMUK.OAT AND KNTIMKO A. SICONO CL..... MATT" AT THe
all dealing with borrowing and vices now being performed and paid who hate no concept of what
money .
enter Into this crusade are grace through faith In Christ I POST OrriCK. AT SrAum !FLA UNOIN AOT Or MARCH a, tsp..
pledging the annual race track fundsas for largely by race track funds. simply saying "We are going and have developed' a state of the term. BORN AOAIN. rally i |
security for the projects. Some people who have not taken to endeavor at the same time lethargy and they must be meals Much of this can be j fN TIne TRADE AR.KA ONB TII1AR $3.50 '. SIX MONTHS U.OO
"Until the counties involved 1 sell time to study the matter rune asked! with other churches to bring aroused spiritually to the point< att>'touted to S-uiKlay School .I' OUTSIDm TRADE!: ARM O1TO THAR M CO . BIX MONTHS U'>
bonds on these projects they mean what would happen if courthouse revenue our membership first of all to i that they will confess their | roundups aloha 'with other'means
and m-heme.
&1\.1' as a
nothing-but bond brokers bond attorneys certificates are issued and then a conscious state of heir dl- morbid ;owslness as well at

and many legislators agree: for some unforeseen reason race track
Once the bonds are sold by a county funds should be cut off. Would the

the legislature would l be> hard pressed !'!- county be obligated to retire the cer-
legally to change the race track tificates!'! with ad valorem tax money?
fund distribution" the Herald article The" answer I is no. The special act,

says. passed at the 1965: session authorizing

"The practice of pledging race track issuance of the certificates!, plainly

money toward long-term financing projects states: "Notwithstanding any provision
is not new. Counties= have been In other law or laws to the contrary -

doing it for years, but in the 1P65 session such certificates of indebtedness! .'
it was! no-holds-barred I," }Ir. Mil- shall not lie or constitute! an indebtedness
lott continues: in the computation of indebtedness

"The sudden interest! in blond programs under any limitation of an in
by the small counties was= no debtedness.! AND NO AIJ VALOKKM: ; I
accident. They reasoned that after TAXES O) If R I K A I. PUOPKKTY
reapportionment, the |populous counties SHALL UK: LKV1KI: FOR THK: PAYMENT Dave Shuford George Roberta Jerome JohnsCommlsMioncr Jessie R. Chastain Zedra Hamilton

would split up race track taxes :; OF THK: PRINCIPAL OF OR Commissioner Dint.!' 1 'ommissioner ))I16t. 2 I IU'i'>{!' :'J (l'ommisrioner )Dint. I Comml.H.sionrr, IHitt.) 5
by population instead! of pine trees" INTEREST: : ON THK: CKliTIFICAT-:

The Herald adds that bond attorney ES." i I

Frank Watson of Jacksonville has Another question that has= been asked !'!
said that that the sale of bonds, backed is what would happen if a future

by race track funds, would be a legislature should take a notion to
binding commitment. "The rights of change the law under which our certificates Some Questions and Answers
bond holders are protected by the U.S. are authorized 1 ?

Constitution and a state legislaturecould Again the answer lies in the !specialact
not change the formula without itself which provides : "The legislature -
impairing these rights" according to does! hereby covenant with the
Mr. Watson.A : holders of such certificates' that IT< About The Courthouse Election

big majority of the 32 counties W1I.14OT:; enact any law which will

with race track bills has not acted yet, repeal impair or amend in any manner -
but some have already sold 1 bond, the the rights of such holders, or the

Herald says OJ..aloc'f1' County for example security of the race track funds which

didn't waste! a minute. This may t he pledged to the payment of the

West Florida county sold its $t.m: principal of and interest on the certificates 1.-It has been asked : 2.-It has been asked : 3.--It has been asked :
million in bonds for school impnne- issued pursuant to the provisions -
ments on July 8, l less: than a week af- of this: act." If for Mini unforxeen.. reason. Uac Truck What if a future section", ,, of the LegMalurrdrridrM / Would! lilt of .the !Uiire Track. Money coming t tn

ter the Legislature adjourned its! reapportionment A third question", which /seems to l Ioe Funds", .should. l lit' unavailable would Bradford In change or repeal the provisions' of (the county IN proleclvd by this.. lIt't. or only
session. CtHinly have to pay off the Courthou! Revenue the Special" Art HuthorUIng the CourtlioiiM that portion going for retirement of I the revenue *
bothering some people is: whether ALL
I'asco County.ha: already sold, CertilicalH, through/ ad valorem taxes? Itrvrnue Cvrtillcales" ?, r.rtlllc..tl".1, (
of our race track: money will be protected
$700ooo for school improvement and
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by the pledge only that
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has other proposals waiting in the tion required for actual debt retire : The Answer: The Answer: The Answer
wings! including $:.12..0W: ( ) for courth .
ment.
"u"e construction t and work on the The !' pft'lnlft authorizing the county 'lo i 1.- The law uprcifically MliitrM' : "The. I LeglxlulureriiMM / The' Special. Art' f-perlllrally. provides hut I
\.t. t t'a'ro I courthouse!'! annex at NewPort The answer is clearly written into .nu. ('ourt hou_ (".rtlnf.'_ npecilically' uli-len' : hereby covenant with t the holders. of "MUCHcrrllficatrM ". .\LL" MONIKS( :: alloriilrd" lit the Hoard
Flichev. the law which says : "While any of ":.NO, Al VALOKKM) ) : 1 TAXES:: ON IIKAL: .Unit It WILL NOT KNACT: any of ('''unl y ConiinlMMhinerN of llrndford ('nun-

Right here in pradfonl County, our t the certificates!: of indebtedness" : as pal.viler .I'KOI'KKTV). .: SHALL 111.YOU: ..: ) FOIt) THK: law which will rrpe.il.. Impair or amend in 'ly under unit' by virtue of (Chapter, 5.10:\ ) and
own School Hoard has protected its for in St-c. 2 of this act are outstanding PAYMENT: OK I'KINCII'AL OK INTKKKSTON .: : any manner the rights of Much", holders or 551:; I. Florida' Slutuleis" ((Id* original rue 'truck

share of the racy track fund by issuing ALL MONEYS.: ; allocated to Tin: CKKTIFICATKS..; : Th. Florida 'on- (the security' of the rue truck funds which 'law) "h.1l11t', l pledged JIM security for payment

$12 million In revenue certificates the Hoard! of County Commissionersof ..t Hut. ion also provides that ad valorem 'late may 'b* pledged to (the payment of principaland of ,the principal and interest on t the certlllcalea

for new school buildings and Bradford County under and by \'ir-I cannot h* pledged: without a referendum vole Interest on the cvrllltralrs.' etch ).IIr."
tue of Chapters 5.V() and I fi.11.
has already banked the money. The of I the people.
('ounhomml""lon( : might have done Statutes (the. original race truck ),
the the and House Hill ;o. 1 IX.10. enacted at
same thing with courthouse
the 196.j session' of the Florida Igis.
certificates except for a decision by
lature. shall I be pledged as security for ,
the board to put( the matter up for a ..
the payment of the principal of and ,r--
"straw vote" on November> 2. Legally r3S',2t
the straw ballot Is meaninirless, and interest on the certificates each >ear.e ." \
\\ have I been told .
wa. unnecessary as the Commission by our taxing officials
had the authority to go ahead on this that should the race track funds '.
important matter without submittingthe !I..*. apportioned to Florida's 67 counties WHAT

t issue to any type of referendum.however fon> the basis i. of imputation the AS $142,000. AS IT

the dt'Ciliion11'8" made, and Bradford County Commission would AD VALOhM NkO<
the voters will hate, a chance to lx. receive only $21.710 as compared with .. BACK TRACK 71740
heard on Vo\emb 2. its", present share of I1I2.OOO. Should! IT IS COULD 94504 MIGHTAD

The !small county outlook on therare this come almut. the Commission: would AD VALOREM 9.1.01. HILLSNOW
track have, to increase its present levy of 6U.08 ( )
money was typified recently plus
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((3.028 HILL INCRSAZ!: !!
when State Senator I n. I n. Covington 6..17H: mills to a total of 9. ifNi mill. to 6.378. MILLS HAPPEN ..
of pad City went before the Pasco continue operating under its current $313,600
County school board members and $373.010: budget. S2S3)40

liegged 1 them to commit the money. The only alternative to raising the
He toM' the board, members that if millage would )tIP to cut off or curtail
they didn't net rn"" j it might be too more than a doren valuable service .....

Ute.. Oar own Bradford County legislators now being rendered to t the> people of
I hate voiced the same warning. the county including library recrea
Nassau County acmrdinr to the tion. mo. |uito ("control farm forester

Miami Herald article takes first. place and many others. Bradford Counly'n l9A5-ft' i llu.ljjett totals $:.T):*>..110.( If I the :New'\ ('ourlhouse. U not built. the county ..1111.....e m.H.t
among Florida Counties for l fmml On the other hand, the Commission nil of It .
or Irark fund due of Ih
prom rare In reupporllonment *
tells that the Of this amount $1 I I2.OOO( ) now romr from ''L.et' Track. Fund
| als.!' Nassau's levi.lath-e definition us fJIO.OOO (approximate) ..
I.eglsliture. (tn a per capita rfitUlon of lhe .- funds' we
alorum
and $2.V1.'M': from ad lair.
pushed. through three bills. allowingthe needed yearly for debt /service on the would receive only $21.710. leaving the county l I.i ral..

county commission and IW'hnol'IOArI courthouse can be: taken from racetrack Th :Nw (Courth' ..* ran bt built entirely from !Ie.te.( Track S:17:1.tlft: .; ( through ad valorem lutes I In meet MM current bin|.
f to borrow up s> $4.2 million. fund and still have around .Fund. using approulm.ilely. SIO.OOO annually for field.. retirement Kel.
The first Nassau issue. already sold" II 02.00O) ) from t these funds, to place in and still leave II02.IHM) ) in raring lax fur I the general,
was for $1.5! million for school con the county's general operating expense. courtly operaliooH. Thin' cook) It* don' only by a .1.02H: Increase In .the present.
struction. lax levy 'I hr mllLiue levied. by ('h. (County (Commi-wiun
In lhi our present milUie rat ran .br maintained with (exclusive i of School lt. .
And *..It seems that Bradford Coun Thus, we can have a new courthouseand way Mird levy) wixild. inrrritx from rt.'l7H:
ty has lots of company in its effort $102.000 also with no increase in no increase in la'e-IF mills 1 lo !lIO' i mill.. .

to save its vital rare track ad valorem taxes or w.> can turndown
Ktn; money. the The New Courthouse Is If Race Track Funds Are Not Protected By
Representative! IxwU de la Part courthouse, I low. our racetrack Approved.
of Hillboro! "big counties" has admitted that fu- probable, three mill ad valorem in-

ture irisUturM. will probably hats to crease.
stick hv the old equaWivfsion. formula Faced with a choke like that anything
l-au' r>f the bond obligations. but a."yf" vote for the rnurt-

Tho. who are concerned.. with the> hot,.* next: Tuesday would seem highly .
outcome of the straw ballot. her nt impractical. SAVE OUR RACE TRACK FUNDS--SQ VITAL TO OUR COUNTYBY


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approxlmstely. 1miles .! enter Into ro '.rt and fur'//)h,
Powell who Holltay Club. of the Courthouse Issue. of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Road Dvpartmcnt. Lake City. slstlngr of
Johnny put new guests of 8 Inch Kravlty ....wora.I the reimlreil bond fatllna.; whLh
< in front by racing 74 yds.and Now officers for the year 'Making the explanation waaRep. Mrs. Daisy Brock aoid. Florida BlWh bid must h.. Bfcompanl complete, underuroond. .e".e. : lie shall. forfeit. iH-nnsff-Sjii ttoa..,

i RECREATION NEWS \ a 6 point lead. Lnwtey are: President Mra. Pearl Thomas of Bradford County Lynn. ''Monday visitors were l by a Cashier's. Chm or ..ther pumplna- ststlnnn with force dsted. Performance dsmnses. The Bonlquare6 Rid. latin'
to rxIBIIPK end r.i
stopped the extra point conversion Markeiy. ; Vlco-Presldent- Mm.Flo who gave the pros and Mr. and Mra. MaineR Griffin, non-fanvellatilc I Instrument mains ,n.l m..dlfl"IIt1"! to be secured. froin,, .J!,n.,
puinplnsstations.
and trailed 6-0 as the < Qulcksnll; Secretary. Bet cons of ,the situation. AnswerIng Mm. Bob Smith of Jackson I In the. Iii;amount melt, roIw.of. I I(till.., or for"mornItems oneltm All work. performed sbnlt. I"1 ......u..y of I the surety or In...

firM quarter ended. Midway ty Rabon; and Treasurer Mra the questions of the Interested ville. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil up to but not to exreeii In ai-vorilanoM with the pbuis, .11"'" compuny, Hhlch' JMUSII'

Illinium FimtiMill. I ense and offense. of the 2nd period" the hard- Creasey Green. were the Bradford County Grlffls of the State Farm ".000. This d"po.lt In a tcuaran- specifications, and roivtriwt tloouments shall business hsve an In the estatl'lil.tadof State .if i V>'ioJ u,,(.
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Old Man Weather handicap Southern Discount. took a 7- driving, Lawtey of en Hive unit At the next. meeting the commissioners. Future ami their respective families. tee. that will the enter bidder.Into If a suiuessful. writtenountract which pertalulnit be examined thereto at t"" Ida.. and be duly. licensed ta. ..,.?..
may
ped attendnnce at the Bantam O lend' In the cloning minutes scored the tying touchdown ladies will ,begin work on their meeting. and discussion. on Mr and \fr.: Ernest Wil- In keeping with the office at the City Cl".rk, City of duct business therein. jl

Football games last week, butthl.'re of the first quarter with Dale with Joey Bennett\ going over yearbooks. each member making this Issue are to be m ui> hiatus ,ml Mrs. Margaret terms of this proposal.. Deposits Starke. Florlds. and at the Of- l n'h bid shall be si1Jrpfcjto
his first of three HUbmlttMl by unsuc<-..iisf ul bidders .... of Heynolds Smith linrl the City Council Clt* .,
were better than 300 Johns scoring from the 2 yrt. Un,. The extra her own. The club agreedto throughout the county The Owen> and daughter of Wellborn will Im returned. Immediately Hills r. Architects and T'igins.rN.' I Mturke. Florida and murV; <|
who braved 1 the cool air. The touchdowns on a 3-yard run. point' was good and Lawtey buy new draperies for the ladles of the Brooker Woman's! pant Friday evening following determination ofsuotessflll 1018 Doulevard Center. Drive "Municipal Sewcrnere lnapr.....
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wenther didn't *erm to bother Mark Palmy added the con held a 7-6 load at half-time. Brookor Community Center, Club served .* chicken pUll with Mr.:\ and Mrs. H. E. Pile.il. bidders. (Post Office Hot, UGO). Jacksonville. ment Proa-ram" City or Stark.
cheerleaders version. In the second quarter and .. It turned out this much other has already the evening anti Lajiutr.iMr The Kcpwrtment reserves the Florida' Plans and Florida. and delivered to tit "
the players nor the 35yds : N was since work supper during rIght to reject any'taall bidssxid specifications may be purchasedfrom office of the City Clerk, C'It. ,.,rHtarke.
as they provided 'the fans Hale Johns broke loose for the nival wore as the 2nd half been done on the build PEHSONALS I and l Mr. R. E. Le,. to waive teohnlc-sl errors as. H..ynold.'tnlIh/ and Hill Florida, either by/ a''i ..
with plenty of excitement. and his oerond Til of the wasI defensive battle with Ing. Jlra. Markey and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell of Mulberry Karen and John were visiting nvay !be deemed best for the Interest for, the sum of '1 19.00 per set preaentatlva of the Bidder .WK
evening. Eric Tomlinsnn added both teams having scoring op- Have Green- are to purchasethe visited at the Lee Par. :Mr. and Mis. A. A. Manson In of the HtatefMtnPRKTIMH the. cost of one set of plans. ana shall obtain a receipt therefor'
In the first of the S refundable registered. mall
game and Southern MANAIIBJIKNTUTDKlt specifications, will bs | or by with nI
nifrht. Southern Discount re- the conversion port im it lea but unable to material.The rlah home last weekend. The Jacksonville Sunday aftsrnuon. () ) AMVKIlTIXINtl: : to General Contractors who submit I turn receipt ru.uested.
mHined undefeated by rolling held
21 14-0. Midway of the 3rd period penetrated the Lawtey defenseto be Mrs. Flo Qulcksall. Annie Johnson and Miss Jack- and her twin brother Paul Right of Way rilvlslonFIjt good condition with ten ((10), waive Informaltlea. 'In any I 4to .
over Conner Insurance to >KII)A STATK ICOAII ) after blil npenlnir. Individual
Increased the days reject any or all bids In ,.
Southern the T yd line but Lawtey Hostess. for this month to Porrish enjoyed a fIshing Bennett, celebrated their ''birth- whnltor
6. Dale Johns. Eric Tomlinson. was >..a'AItT\I.IIT; ; copies. of the In part with or willi<",,
Louis% Noeffel.! and Mark Pat- scoring total to 21 points us h..1d' mid took over on downs Mrs. Lucille Edwards. trip to Cedar Ky during: the day anniversary at the Smith 10/J8 it 11/14 and partial' sets.1.'I..nll".1. cause, andor to accept the nidi
Johns once again got the six with only. 10 secundd left. 4-H CLIIIThe NKUS weekend. home with a family dinner may b" procured that In It* Judgment will bi t,.'
rav paced the winners on de- points. this .time on a 4 yd. League Standing* Brooker ".H Club met Mrs. L. L Dyal I spent lusl Besides their immediate families .copy anal. not$o.50 refundable.A per. sheet. re.ipectIvelv th* bet Interest of the City
NKCTIO* I_ i"I'r"I'IO' FoilBIIIW Starke, Florida.
.1 I, plunge .and added the point W'on-lont: outhem Discount. at the Leroy Stokes home Thursday with her daughter. including the Smiths Uld Bond properly executed I Attention 'la railed. to the (.,.
after The red-clad Conner Lawtey. and made Mrs. Jackie Sorrel. and daughter, 'Mr*. Joe and ." and <,iull-.
2-0: Holiday Inn 1-1 Monday night plans granddaughters Dyal. .. Ml MP. I. 'ny the hither by as that -some bid item. or' portion
HOUSEHOLD team put si\ points on the 1-1; Conner Insurance 0-2. for their carnival to toe held in Jacksonville. Mr. Dyal of Jacksonville members se.. Zis "aJ .IPucn IOIKl fled Hurety. or It certified or I of the Sewer lines may be iileted >
( .HIM ITV OF HTAHKK.PKOPOHAUI :. Cashiers. cheek on ."yIIUn""J'! '
final with -" > I frum 'he work to hoM'
the period i iI
-- board in Schedule for Saturday.! Oct. at the city: park Saturday afternoon Debbie and Sandy also attended of the family enjoying Flout. lISA or Suite Hunk In a siam 11"1''I!I I cast of thproject H.lhln. t .
PESTS Rickie Frlck passing to speedy 30: and night. Included In the parade in Gainesville thla gala event were Mr. and lIF.Ar.r: D will bererelved less than five percent <6%) "t available funds. The extent

V '-'''' Johnny Brabham. The pass Conner Insurance vs Law the activities were a dart with their grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. G. L. Sapp, Rudolph by .the ,City (Jink City I the amount matin. payable to the deletions will he determineI .
good for 45 yds. tt Htarke, Florida until '700 p the City of Miarke, Plnrlda' 'I I &s quickly as possible tilts, liiare '
Y U1teoy pluy was .tey. 7 p.m. Southern Discountvs game pony rides football Dyal. I Sapp and children; Mrs. L. S. each hid as aKiiarantes .
V u........... and a TD The attempted run Holiday Inn 8:30: p.m. game and a balloon gain. Visitors of Mrs. Mae Molt Tanner, Prlscllla and Oral. m.;November(Eastern 2. Htumlard IHttt and. Time ptllillrlyopened ) on must. accompany that the Klilder Will i i approved.CITY COUNCIL::

W for the conversion was stopped Siw-iai| | | Interest I Hotdogs candied apples and on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. and the grandchildren; Mr. and I, thereafter at the special not withdraw from the. oomjietltlon I f OF THECITT
I' and the Anal score 216in for additions uud after openlnir the bids' OP T.\nK. FI. )llM!| '
that date
Mr. on
In cooperation with Robert popcorn were sold In additionto Kenneth Wheeler and familyof Bill Anders and son; M.otllis, to he held. end In the evenj the uontruct Isawarded B y Merrill. Edward.
Coum-ll .
favor of Southern Discount Barksdalc. owner of the Flor- | articles sold in the country Jacksonville. and Mr. and Gary Bennett and family the City Improvements tu Ihe [imnli'lpal' to the JJld..-.. he. Wlll'i I OITT) CLERK
I >KtOM: : U t i\MK Ida TheAtre. each of the four store. The Teflon fry pan was Mrs. Klbert Mott and familyof II. W. Bennett family, Mrs. I sanitary sewerag.asysteti." .,.n I within ten ((10 rtnvs .. ... I I-'I 10/14 Jf "it.f

IiwIe. '-Holiday Inn. A bantam football teams will be won by :Mrs. L.. J. Crawfordand Gainesville.Mr. Billy Norman and baby and -

The second game of the evening guests of the theatre on Sat the Herman's Hermits and Mr*. E. L. Letter from out of town Mr. and Mr*.

: "'U a hard.fought. thrill- urday afternoon. This Saturday record was won by Miss Regina were in Tallahassee and Mon- Glenn Williamson and family

packed content. The Holiday Oct. 30, the Southern Discount Harrell. Pat Castlen ticello recently, vlsltlnf Bob of Macclenny, and the Johnny

.. Inn speedy threats in themes team currently leading president of the 4-H Club reports Hodge.Air. Bennett family of the State

rhone > of Johnny Powell and the league will be theatre that the carnival netted I \ and Mrs. J. T. Bass visited Farm.

Krn-.e Triest kept the crowds guests. The program will tart the club about J32. Pat would his grandmother in Bell Jimmie Moore of Leesburg

tense and anticipating one or at 1 p.m. also like to take this opportunity on Sunday. and also his parents who works out of Jacksonville

9643965Florida both of these backs breaking slimnustirs, to thank everyone who Mr. and Mrs. Johniford vls.ted; Mr. and Mrs. W. F.

away or long runsand the The physical fitness class contributed to the success: Qt Baa. I Moore Sunday overnight.

fans weren't without excite for "women met for the first the carnival. Also last weekend Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott I

ment as both boys made several time last Thursday night at the boys and girls of the I and Janice attended. Hom.com-I I

long. beautiful gains. I the Recreation Center. Fit i.aezl 4-H Club held a bake sale and ing serviced at Klngsley Lake I Plastic Notebook SZ.50 at tin

Pest However the Lawtey defensive -I women pIIltlclpated. and some car wash on Suturd.iy. This Baptist Church lout Sunday. I Icru.t i TELEGRAPH.
I able to'
units were left with muscular soreness, gave them about another flMJ. < Guy Willtngham U.S.',

Control I keep Holiday Inn from 1 I but all had an hour of enjoy All In all. the young people' Navy, Norfolk. Va. spent a few '\\iO'rU'.1 OF l'iPTIOTo : .*
line. N.ul'r.'Tl'rlCtM':
CHEMICAL CO. I crossing their goal of'' ment. The clans is still open have been doing a terrltlc job days here with his family before i ni.:

., with the one exception I for new participants so If you and are getting to be real returning to Virginia to Notice. Is he....")' iclvrn lime)
.
want to tune yourself up and troupers. .Air.: Taylor, 'Mr begin a tour of duty to VietNam !I' .. undc-rxlirnul, .umlrr,. Ih.. Ian...
viHlnn nt Chapter' 2i,,'T..I.: |l.sws.
have fun while doing it, comes; Sparks Mrs. Markey and Mr While here he visited of Flnrliln Arts nt 1941 ; will

to the Starke Recreation Can- and Mrs. Leroy Stokes can iMr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and -Blntr. with tli. Clerk. of tli.,

Serving Florida ter Thursday night Oct. 28, very well be proud of themselves Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones as I Circuit Court In .anal I for llrail-
ford County .
Klriililn.
Since 1950 at 7 p.m. as sponsors.CIlI'RCII well as his family. 'Mr. \VIIlingham -'' of proof of pur>ll
O e ft Twl riling InHt ruction FISH: ntv and children will remain this notice Ihx fictitious nunn.
(1'flll tg oervtce, CMfr" The Parks and Recreation The congregation of DadnnBap'tl.tt In Brooker while the a,f l..ituilonsli>rl Xormun. (Jus- ',
JtI n.It.'tWell", .| / anil. Ih'aautshoppe .
........ .* Department Is offering instruction Church held l a fish fry chief .is gone. UT M. ThnnuiHiin, XIMtnrkii ,)
,
+*. In Baton Twirling. The at the home of Mr. and Mm. The Malcolm Lejvtses and Ktu.Mr. .

Lucile Instructor will be Miss Bobble J. T. Buss last a tin day after* Danny Bass enjoyed a fishing ami, Mr. Arthur O I.ou-. ;

Mrs. Cordially Sue Barksdale who Is the Featured noon. An old fashioned wawn- trip to Salt' Springs last week. lon. Jr. 1.104 W. Pratt HI., ,
GOdWlORepresentative H'-irki.. ftn.
owners .
Twirler for the Bradford pot was used to cook the fish end. r>.utiirl this IJth il..y of fx.toI.IT What .
'?I Welcomes High School ''Marching Bund. and hushpupptea out In the We're glad to report that A. l>. I iKd.i nt /Htark.. Hrxl

1013 E. Call St. The china will meet each Sat. yard. Chief cook for the after- Rusty Mann and :Merle Mannare f..inl. County I Plorlilu..

Starke You and Your urdny morning at the Starke I noon was Dennis Hodge. It home from the hospitaland 10/14 4' 11/4 does this emblem
to Your -
Family Recreation Center 10:30: to was a delicious supper and all are much Improved.Mr. I IN imp: C'OI i vrt ji "'..WIOc'oIN'r
Ph. 961-5321 New Home 11 30 a.m. Koch: participant who attended enjoyed them and Mm.. Jamil Kalbunuh l' 4"Ml' KOH SIll Iii.

must furnish her own baton. 'I selves Immensely. of Gainesville and Mrs. Ethe In poll.rr .Ksiam.: C'OI''r\i nr KI.OIIIIM. mean to yOU-

The State of FloridaIt I GO I'EL HIM MVri'KllAV' Mann of Orangeburg. S. C. l..wln A. Imvln.. I liwcnMriiMOTH t
IVVV'V.V'VVVVVVVVVVVYYIBROOKER I were recent visitors of Mr. and K: TO I lliill: 'limit '
The Monitors Quartet. a g. s- ..
Is Our Desire, To Make You Feel Welcome and:! pel singing group from Ocalu. :Mrs. Hasty :Mann and family. l...Alrmlllnrs wls,\ A. I'avln,ofil.. pta.nt

To Acquaint You With Your City.If was the feature attraction fur All parents. please hiroliy nut ifi.i. .anal rcipilrcil I.. For one thing it gives you something .
ftl. '.nr rOliivo 'ni," .I.nataI. l lwhl.'h ,
a gospel' >l sl..g, at thj Fairbanks er"that PTA they rn.y h.v. .usalnslruilil you can on.
you are new in the area a phone I By Betty Rabon UaptlHt Church last Saturday school lunchroom this Thur .stilt* In the rflcf> of the
night. Singing old time spirit day to make final plan and oounty. Juris or lirsdronl "'.."nIy. The interwoven circlesin
call will bring VVTYTYTVVTVTTVYYVYVVYVlAKIIKV PliirMw. In (the i-..,urlhnii. StStark.
you a prompt visit uals and gospel favorites. thu preparations for the Halloween this Florida Bankers Association
KlorliU' within' nix a-..I.nlsr -
CX.ni 'II.\NHED group Included Tommy Crosby Carnival< to, be on Sntur- .nionthn from the dute' ..r th.
from local hostess. ( emblem the unified effort of banks
Please
your give Brooker, Garden Club lead; Pete Balius tenor; aMy night. Everyone plcatw at first. publli-Htliin. of I hi. miller, symbolize
The .
her a call! She has maps and many met at the home of Mrs. PeuilMarkey Jim Chambers buns' ; and Don tend. In.Ka. .wrltinir ri rlalrni ami ir ilentuiHl.mum.. Male must' (th I h..*. in helping you and your community.

,I : on Monday Oct. 18. Hitter pianist. These boys plan op residence ami po.'i-..rflc -
free and wonderful gifts for members also play instruments that are '...VV VV V V V TV V VVVLAWTEY..... sildremi I of th. iljilninnt, his
you this meeting the : : depict
At uX..nt, op his alturney iir It willhmoine I r The intertwined circles also the
received their audiences
greatly by
I' decided.I to change the Garden ( volil .
from local businesses. arfiinllnic I to law' I
Club to the Brooker Woman's wherever they go ih-l'.il.er II.t. 1-111.1. complete service a combination
throughout the state Also appearing la.a..: !I' ll, VIMAdministratrix
of financial services which is
the of Hii Kntut: <>fl many -
on program with
My Enia B'ancliard'AAAAAAAAS.AAAAAA.AAA. ...wls A. Ihtvln, ilm.eillieil
the monitors: was a group First publlratlon. nn iictnl'>*r provided by banks and only banks. .
from our own Bradford Coun. XHth A l I'. I'm I'

ty the Gospel Lites from 4 4.4TAKNIVAL THOMAH?"11.2(1N( ; *Temtile flKlirt.\:>e. The emblem .thm. i is the symbol of over!
StarUo. Thnso boys do an exceHlent Htsrk. Klorlilu
job of slngng too. HATfltlMY 10/24: 41 11/11 four hundred banks in Florida helping you
DON'T MISS the Halloween
VOTE FOR Thin group ronslxts of Arnett
1tch for this
Carnival at the school starting and your community.
Lee, Franklin Nuzworth Gerald ctl.I. roil r.nx:
Williams and Bob COIC. at 3:3O: p.m. Saturday' Healed' hlils. will lie re.-.1 v.il at emblem Get to know the banker
Oct. 30. Plenty of food and th" ( iinmrurtliin, I)rIne. HtnteMiNtd ,
I Attending a tine night of good oft drinks available t Ioasrtmen.. Hisrke. Flairhiss who displays this emblem Ypu'tIIII
singing was :Merle Jane and Including lion A M nn the Itth .1.l..vor
I Kline Mann, and your truly. hot dog*. hamburger. potato November l UU!> for the ilvinulltlun swing a lot of it from now on.
salad, col law.. cake*. pie, I or. reiniival. i>f iii"I Id I see
C'Ot'KTIHU'SK' :' : IHHfl'KSF.D' .anti other 1"1."v..m..nl..n ,fe.*-
The Farmers Market was Ice cream and coffee. Eat!: than JSJO.I.JHOt m llra Two eutof Ihra. 'trofficoccJ! .nlt' -anj drink. and be merry t You may County
the meeting place on Tue..dllYnight
nearly thrte out of four traffic d.alh.- 81110 l visit the country store No Mil. will he ,nslilere. unU .
Oct. 19, for a discussion. I II It U "b..llt..1. l iin th. .".
J occur on two-Ian roadi.Moil of Flerida'sprimary and! other attractions. Remember rii'lal i |....>|.n..1 I form. nrovdleil. t hy .
yitm today U Iwo-lana and 43 proceeds: go for the the State Itnail |iparlmenlSuih .

__ p.r cent of it I Ie etanlfled "poor"' or I -I benefit. of your school proposal rsarillnthis: I rurma. a flat Call Infiirmatlon f..rlilOs "Over 400 banks' in Honda behind you and your community

"critical" by ngnrt.Th! $300 million STARKEBUSINESS CIII'KCII ACTIVITIESGrace :: i"r Innpiu-tliin of the bulM- FLORIDA BANKERS ASSOCIATION
t primary Highway Improvement Amend- Methodist> \'" met Iliamay he obtained' from f L
at the Church last \\llsiin. l"l.trl"'t Chlvf Properties
mint provides Ih* miens For conilructin'g Thur..lltYnight. f.n..m.hl ""'.I..r. AilverllHlnsT -
1241 miloi of now,four-Ian.highway**nIh In llranih. Plurlila. flail'
Pr charge of the devotional and
__ ___ __ __ __ __ moil critical, roulo
J DIRECTORY I program The next meeting

will be Nov. 1 at the homo of !

Mrs. Orville Bumgarner. 1 .

AUTO UF.I.\IHS I Grace' Methodist.. : Sunday the
Introducing tuned
11A I I 1Titi School. 9:43: am. Worship' II car.

Earl's Garage I II.L a m. and 7:30: p. n>. Prayer

Motor' vcliMTa reg1.I'allon.? Tn Florida ,. .-\ KINDS OK Circle each Monday! I Oam.MYF .

dove, doubled Fn 10 yanj vtoUstatsautomebiIofraffchasincr.a.dfram2 AUTO KKI'AIK WORK 8 p.m. \Volne..I.IY., Last 1966 Buick. ThWbat

Ya Il. All Work Guaranteed Sunday. being Layman's Day.
the
Phone D6O-30K4 laymen had charge of the
million cars four years ago 'to 6 million '
Ho. Walnut. Stark morning 'service with music ,
today. An efficient, imoolh' 'traffic flaw I 10 _ I by a young man chotr. S.

Vital For touriim...'for new buiiiMU and I i AUTO SERVICE Harley brought the C'I I { H

Industry, and for safely.PRESERVE' .)* I _J and Wendel Kelly was .

Gilbert S. Brown for th4 service.First "

c---- I Standard Oil Service Station Baptist: Sunday!
School. 10 a m. Worship' 11 a.
: ATLASTIRK
I m. and 7:30: p. m. Training
:!*' A BATTERIES: Union. 6:30.: Midweek Service
Thouiaridi of Ftoridiant? 'face eeenemla I
: 6u BUSINESS PROSPERITY cheat because the/ In"...... In lourl>eerlenleJ Phon.T071
Church of Cod
: Sunday
buinM! along ,h. primary joy X. j
Temple Starke
School. 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.1
I ..- !j roadi before the 'InUnlale' and 'turnpike. ,I m. and 7:30: p.m. YPK meetIng I
Xilsmt were slarled. Florida visitor HURST'S
: each 7:30
Wednesday
I-. f..:'!1t.\I.. cannot b. exp.cl.d lo 'key* a four-lane I Service I I, Highland Baptist. : :Sunday p.ll1.1
Station
_. ..I. highway'la travel parallel two-lane ,read I School. 9:43:. a.m. Worship. 11
Gas Oils
IiI-----:: : LubricationGowljear
thai both dangeroui and ilaw. TIM ,
1 ,, or. l'IIILLJPS"6I" a m. and 7:30: p. m. Prayer

I ---J Highway Improvement'Program has eeeej I Tim A Bsttr4ssROAD > meeting o.W"-luy., 7 p.

{ declared an emergency by Goy Haydon SERVICE!: m. Choir Practice Saturday: -

t I : Bum ,
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I ___ _._ _.____;;: ._..;_ __..__, _._. .-- which' voted overwhelmingly' In f evoi of 0. SHEET; METAl WORK t' \v.The.Mosley Leo ,Dyasi Sr. and spent:\In.the R. all -...-... ....dIer.- r. U.Wk. u..... Ik!.* IfttMt skvtstrU tirmrnmlber s.. .... plnarN ."".'

Thompson Sheet weekend In Orlando visiting / 1...sM'e y.m noallr stave a ........? -

FLORIDA FORWARD Metal Works I R. W Mosley Jr. and family. .

VOTE FOR AMENDMENT NO. 4 NOV. 2 I All Typed! Metal Work I Gainesville Mrs C.was EX calling Strtcklaad on )fr.of. 1rn5izz&thotized& Buick dealer sear jco.' Set his1.c1i.ck.d ned can, too.-_

ESTur FABRICATION
TES. Joyce Futch and Miss KIKa-

CITKUS COMMITTfe, for MlfHWA AND INSTALLATION beth Terry ta"t Friday.
HeatIng Air ('- 1It! _. GREEN BUICK 1 CO.

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0all v af+ru Apple Sauce 8f1Wafers/ 2/49/ IJ-o, HERSHEY-MOt S 69'

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Sausage 5//*1. V-10 Bread 23/ ) q'' 'UOCT Assortment IU5K 79

REGULAR 35* 44-ox. CANS LIBBY REGULAR 111 11.... ASTORCooking OCT SHFLBY
..- J;. Blo Gum ; ; 49
Tom. Juice 3/89// Oil 39 40 CT. ASSORTEDREGULAR
Sticks 49
49, 1J-oi VAN CAMP REGULAR 87* 48... TENDERLEA Peppermint ; t
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41' Detergent 49x
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REGULAR 13* tt GALLON STALEYStaPuff
CHARLES GOODWIN. Jr. JAX.ARBARA a Chuck Roast -. 48U > Rinse 69

MERLE E. LEESE
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Orl..do, ,1eri4a '"" '.rk, Fa.rna. Pot Roast. 58'
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Facial Tissue 19x
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CAKM.VN I. LOWftGOOOTHOMASVIU.I. Plate Stew 29 ..
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.. ... .. YY/VV.... I Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Williams Saturday. Ga.sklns. i iAlra. THE RIGHT FOINT for the r, HX) calendar. months 11'1"1the
........... ...... .. ...' here this week.ATTKNU tlvltlcH the Revival service .Y Weekend guests of Mr. and I I I Jimmy Lee and Airs.I way' you write. Come In and dat of the lrne piihlleRtlQn of
; 1'T.\ ('.\ItSIVAI.Pllmll'Y will .be held at 3:45: : p.m Friday Saturday this notlcr Each claim "r demand
children of the ; and due to Halloween ac- HILL Mr. and ''Mrs.\ R. V. Alvarez Mrs. Edward Norman were Glenn Norman spent Wednesday ffflrct :your favorite ESTER- mum. ht. in .vrltlnw and
HAMPTONBy I atari CLAY and son James of Starke were Mrs. Elva Lee Jones and Bob in Jacksonville. BROOK fountain pen.' TELE- must mtntr the "I...... tvr real-ldvnra
Hampton Baptist Sunday I tlvltieH, the Hervlces will .
I GRAPH. or punt| .rlC address <><
I dinner guests of their son and Fortner of Plant City, Mra. Rev. Aubrey Todd attended
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School were r-nteitallied with /It 5:45: p.m. Saturday. Rev. the rlalniunt, add must !he irnrn.
Mrs D. E. Hill party Tuesday afternoon lit Clny Jennings evaageli t;; J. By Mr*. Howard Padgett dau 8 hter-4n1aw, Mr. and Mrs.George' Ada Hawkins and daughters church administration conference I. Th. ('..un'" JuilK, ..'.. toar1 InAnil to h I y the claimant 1 bin ..nt.
468-1160 1 a Avarez and grandchildren of ''Afyakls end Ernie Norman I at the First Baptist K..r Hm.lrord Phone .
the! church. Class teachers areAir. I L. Bradley music director" ; Phone 289.4132uau.uuau..r.: come .,.. : .
iMr. and Mrs. Jerry of Gainesville Church In Gainesville, Thurs void a< ''llnic. to (law All
..,. Paul L. E tcs. MIS.! Rnnce! Rev. B. T. reavy. pastor, In r" AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABAPTIST 1 Jones and Mrs. Arnold( H.i.l-; "Come let us worship togeth- .. ..A. Dynl SUnday. day.Our Cannva 8r. d..d. '. ,.plr.. (>f ...1.. ,-1111"> 1AdmlnlHtnitrlx ..
REVIVAL NT.\nTSI Alex Lehoczky who Is teaching .Y.Y.Y.n.......vv.... deepest sympathy goes NOTH'W Til t'111itr1Trtit.9 ..r tuu B:"tal...
dock. er. j The Florida Forestry Service All creditors or tli".- I KMutr of M..n"ld..rm. ,," I'tuioya.. al
BI vlval! meetings< mo .ched-I j Hampton City Council h Ueulah Baptist Church: Sunday held their Eighth Annual/ Fish at Chlpola Junior College to Mr.\ and Airs. Mirul Beech Alvar *x uled iniihtlv ut Hampton fcfhecluleil to mt-ct t Mondayivenintt School l, 10 u.ni.; Morning atermxm at spent the weekend with hia HEILBRONNBy I 'I and family In the losa of theIrlovt'd i rxtAl arc ht>r,'l>v r'utlfalmsu' l IA >Hl.d t>,'l.li. r I 11. l Il Bt.
Fry Saturday+ .., tn fillin It A ,
( i icj 'iipi-n. Jr
family. this week.
tlsi ciimrli all next work Sund.n next week. N I \Vorahi|>, 11 '.m.; Training Union i one .
Satsuma Fire Tower near t Imv inuv havlhnlnndn Atti.tni y .r \dinlnlHtfati-lx/ "
thioimh Sunday. Oct. 31 1 earlier tlinn JVt'mbel'j tt.HO: Worship : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mra. A. Todd Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- .
( -a day : p.m.; Evening The fowl C. Ultiilli., ,< Haiti I ICntiil.' In I ill.offl. i- rill 1 S. t K First Mtrept
tluouuh Nov. 7. at 7:30: p. m. due t.o the election at 7:30::!! p.m.; Midweek i Penney Farms. wall Mrs. C. C. Crosby were Mr. And Mrs.! Bill ReddishAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. dish and children and Airs.. ?r th.- '..unh .111"".- .if M rail r<",itl Uall....\ III... "'',?.rlilu

arcordliiK to Itev. PuLl L. hall on Tuesday. I I 1'ruyer Service.: VVtsclnesilny' delicious. Those attendingwere and Mra. Kelly of Lake City. Annie Kelly spent the week- "l'"illitv' '". Florida. in the cuiirt.hi 111 M 41 11/4
Mra.. Louie Curler Htark" Florida within
Mr. and >iin at'
Esles pastor. \IV.101lIt'ERS: issr.\i.i.ii-! :! 7::JO p.m. K. L. Tagg-art, Kir. ''and Mrs. R. Harden, Mr. end at Cedar Key.

The Rev. Bobby Kniuht.{ Hampton[ Baptist'Was held 1,".. or. Everyone welcome Mr. und Mrs. U-uddy Wilkinson and Mra, Bobby Crosby and <'III'ItC'1I'TIVI flEoI1! : Sunday afternoon:: guests of I

pastor of Mnxville Baptist! Installation of offlcero and a I, refe Mr. and Mrs' Floyd son, and Mrs Marie Elixnon .Sunday School( 10 a.m.; Mr. and Mrs D. L Kite were

Cliiuvli. will be einngeli.st for I method study Wednesday, I l weeks / Johns and children, Mrs Grace of Gainesville.. Mrs Otis Craw- Morning Worship 1 a. m. Rev. and Mrs. Bill Swanson GLASS That'8 Our Business
Lang. Mr. and Charles
Mra.
the services, ana Fred I>xi.1 of evening at the church ii/ tim u | vacation In Umahu, Neb. and ford of Gainesville visited Evening Worship 1:30: p. m. 'I Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kite and

Hope' Baptist Chul't'h111 be I nautical theme" for both. I Denver, Colo. Lang and eons Mr. and Mra. them Monday. Evening Worship ::30 p.m. Mrs. Ellen Kite. : "If It's Glass We Have It".
,
Howard Padgett and some,
in iJim-ue\ of tic mu<>tr. Donna Rlio:en was' installed:l Mrs. Cecil!! Whitehead and Air. and Mrs. Gene Petcher Midweek Prayer Service, 7 p. Rev. and Mr Aubrey Todd
Tlnnle Padgett and son. Jack I CALL WRITE VISIT
TOTE :EXT: Tt'KSnW:! as president: VlrHinl.i Brown <|IIUK liters were Friday after- of Jacksonville spent Wednes- m.; Choir Practice 7:45: p.m. were dinner guests of Mr. and : or

Mi niv- :Mis James O\'l\ ('n-1 as vice-president; and public noun guests of Mr. und Mrs. and Mra.: John Marklee Wilkinson Johns ,and Mr.fam-and day night with Mr. and Mrs. I Wednesday Nursery open at Alra.. Ray Carter of Galneavllles FOR ANY GLASS NEED

ley formerly of Colorado ity chilli mon: Carolyn. Ken- W. P. McKlnney in Jacknonville. and mother Dora. Johns. T. N. Norman. all services Monday We Design Modern Store Fronts
moved to the Chnstalu house nan. secretary' and publication '; ily Mrs. Ellery Sapp waa hon-
:Mr.: and Mrs O. F:. Crosbyand Mr .and Mrs Raymond Hicksof
The revival at the Holiness I '. Just Mail Us A Pattern (o'ot"SHEA'S'bGLAss
in Hampton last week Flotld.i \ !!: Lorraine Spaikman. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Knight 'I Church last weekend was well Mrs J. L. Johns were Jacksonville spent the past ored with a birthday dinner

residents since last: June, the program and! mission study\ of Heilbi-oim Springs visited Mr. week Air. and .Mrs.
attended.: People from ,the surrounding visiting and Mrs O. S. with Elery Sunday in Jacksonville.
Orecnleys had been liviiis near chairman, Wendy Hill prayer. Mr and Mrs., Charles Crews In '
Crosby High Springs Sat- Sapp.
I area ns well as from Friends and relatives
Graham.Mr stewardship and community \ and family Saturday, afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville attended. Rev. urday, also transacted business :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. WIllIams werepresent. I' a / CO.NOT

and :Mrs Hubert Baker I missions' : Cordelia Allen soc and LMrs. D. S. Christ- and ,Mrs. M I Id. Matthews of In Gainesville. and family left Saturday r .
of Tallahassee On: \sere visitors ial chairman Mis Charles inns of Waycross Oa. were Bob Crawford spent Sunday ( INC.)
Arlington Rev, and Mrs. Smith Mr. and Airs. R. B. to make their home In
here thU wrrk with Mr Hicks Is YWA dliector. 'I ct11': and Mrs. W. H. Crosby I
guests Salisbury N. C. Mrs Wlllams with his son, A. J, Crawfordand
I and the District were in
of Jacksonville visiting
Gainesville 1313 N.W.4th 1 I'l. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2.3353cal
Inl11'8.:: : Jeff Baker and fam- RAS ELECT: : on( IRS: Agner and Hon from Fridayto
Charles Hinson was elected Overseer, Rev. and Mrs. will be remembered as Melba family. I I

ilyMr and :Mrs Fireman Hall president of the Hampton Mrs.Monday.Chester Wise hud 11.1 Roberts. of Spring Glen attended --

of Gainwllle were Friday Baptist Royal Arnbnwadors attheir Tri-Chcm Showing at the homeof I Saturday nlfht. Rev.

visitors here with Mr. and last meeting and Randy::! :Mr.s. Chester Wood last Smith brought an Inspiring i

Mrs V. J. Slad. Hayes.'I't'pl'E'sldt>nt. Tony Those. message.We I
Thursday morning.
:Mr and :l.ll's.1.: L. Walter- Keenan was named program present other than. Mrs. Wood hud a lot of visitors at '
visited! In Beach, Larry Younitblood. the Clay Hill! Baptist! Church
lion : DnMoni Il'hlllmtn: : : , with Mr anl: Mrs Duwl. Mc< chaplain: Eddie Hawkins secIretarytreasurer Sunday. Mr. and bias: Chariot
I' Saunders of I'enney "Farms
Mahonr and fnmllv from : Ronnie Birt. Taylor and family of Middle-,
:Mix. Jean Heath and Mrs. F. I.
:Monday until] 'V'dne3d.this I recreation : Steve Ilayesserve- burg and father, Marry Taylor -
week. ant-at-anns and\ Ronnie Dyal. Robci'>II of Green CI'ollby.1 Cove( M...... East Ham of Pen-
Cove Springs]> :Mrs.' AI
ToVI(111'r1".U.L service' chairman. ney Karma, also Mrs. Ham's I:
PTCARNIVAL :\1... David Fogg Mrs l>:iviHliU4selt '
('(n....: Counselors for (he RAs arc, mother-in-law! of Jacksonville
.
nlt.1ols.: Charlie' Co-
Mrs Howell Williams! 1111'ler- Otis Melton and Floyd Smith School News: A special
wun ol Staiku; und :Mrs W. H.
went nt Bradford and Don Hill! leader. meeting was. held< at, the. school
surgery Agner, Mis. K.: M. Norton,
[ III last Thursday to decide on the
County Hospital: Stark: on ,
Friday last week ,V.V..atvwKingsley /..... Mrs. Leroy" Norman Jr. and Halloween Carnival which will
Mrs., 1 F. Cl. Conner.. Mixed
I
be Oct. 30 starting 'at 5:30:
Mr andll's.: Avery Shade of
cookies.. and coffee were served
MaxxlHc visited !Mr old. Mrs\ Lake m Anyone who would donatetake
by the hontess's.Mrs. .
W. M. Slade of Hampton Sunday etc. will be greatly ap-i
J. L. Bradley spent
predated.The .
to !In Jacksonville I
Thursday Saturday -
ELECTION: TI'ERDAY NOV. 2Mrs. !\Ir'!. K.': b[. Nortoa. because of the illnessof Orange Park High GAME
A. C. Dennison and I'hone SSS2081AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 School will have their homecoming I
her brother Marvin War- I
Nelson Debbie and Kay Carter game Frldwy night at
ren. Jlr.\ Warren underwentsurgery
spent last weekend, In Tampa the school and will crown the
in St. Vincent's Hospital
with Mr andfl's.! John J. Homecoming Queen. Everyone I
fill U('II !SOIKWL.KH; ( : Friday. He Is feeling
Jordan. Nelson Carter remained go out and cheer for Orange
KingHley Lake Baptist much better at this tme.
f in Tampa with the Jordansfor Park and Clay Hill ,boys.
a visit. Church Sunday School, 9:45: Mrs Charity Gllsson of Me- I'Klt.SON/M.H FRIDAY OCT. 29 8:00 P. M.

'n.m Morning Worship, 11 a. Rae ia spending some time ,
Mr and Mrs\ A. M Bryant Mrs Lola Tucker and child .,.
m Training. Union( 8:15: :> p. m. with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest -
former Hampton residentsnow renand Mrs. Virginia Mosley
Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. Harris and Mrs.. Grady
living In Wllll.stoii. visited I and children of Jacksonville
Due to BUS Homecoming aeLAWSOR'S Bishop because of a serious

'Illness.alisMon will We feel hope much that,better Mrs were Saturday visiting afternoon In Clay and Hill at' I '


MARKET I I son We wecome to our communIty 'tended Church.the revival ut the Holiness TORNADOES vs. LIVE\ OAK

Bobby Michael boarded a
'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnston \
Cold Storage Grocery Store ship from. Jacksonville last
and four children who have '.-
Tuesday to India. lie will be
moved here from Birmingham,
Ala They live In the E. OElder gone months about two or three' BRADFORD HIGH STADIUM 4'

1 homn Mr. Johnston 1M
(Mr. and. ''Mrs.\ Jullnn Dixon
the now manager of Town
Mra Mary Rttu Wordon, and
1<'ln. I1'e Co. in Stal ke,
David and Mary Selgler attended -
Air and Mra. C. L. Olisnon.
the fair in Jacksonville
Elam 1<: Ullswm und daughter, I
Friday night |
Sylvia till of" 1 Keystone Heights/ *
Mr. and Airs.. Julian Dixon a
t 1. r Y 7 eb und L H. (Mason of Orange and
visited their daughter
Talk visited Mrs. Grady Bishop CHEERLEADERS tr 'w
family, Joyce( Cunningham of
and Mrs. J Ernest! r
family Jacksonville 8un Ha iris and l family and Mrs.
1 Mrs. Irene Pudgatt, left Mon- King! .lannell I'ollard.Ial'ltaret:
Charily CJIisson !last Sund/iy. ,
day for 'a few dada In Jack-1
S'lvl"lnd Maxie NOI.toltvisited Green; Beverly Crawford. Kathy
sonvllle with Mr. and Mrs.. I.I
Mr.. and Mrs Frank Williams.Hitchcock! .
White. j
F.
Johnson in I Keystone Height :Martha Itollinuer, Juan
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Sumljty afternoon.Kf.v. Mrs Lculer hang and Irene '

Pork For Your Deep Freezer. Clay' Jennings of Jacksonville Grlfna Padgett\: In a veiled rest Mrs.home Polly and *

and E. iM. Norton

We will Pick-up and IJutcher. There will be a were Monday dinner guests. of Mrs hospital(,' Gladys Sunday Lrmthiropp afternoon.In the !,I See 'em In Action Friday Night

Small Fee for pil-k-up-nuh'ht'rln cows $.1.00 per Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Peavy Correction: Funeral last week

!Head and Hide hogs 3e )per Hi.-Cleaned Weight.For ti ml stns.Rene for Lealer Lang's nephew<< ,waa'

Chill-cut and wrapping 5h'=c per Ib. with paper. Garcia Is now convalescing Cecil Mosley, not Leroy Moa-

at home after undergoing ley. I BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULESept. "I

We !Sell': Beef and )Pork for !Home Freeyera! emergency surgery last ''Mr. and Mra. Louie Carter ,,
In St. Vincent's Hospital -
Thursday and Nancy vlNlte Mr. and > 17 24 Oct. 22 Palatka 7 Starke 26
Phone flfil; 8281 I 21S Wnnhlno-ton !St.: In Jacksonville. Macclenny 0 Starke -
I Mrs J. B. Moaley Sumkiy a- j II
I 24 Oct. 29 Live Oak Home
ternoon. Sept. Santa Fe 6 Starke 28 -

Leon Garter of Oainesvllle Oct. 1 St. 6 Starke 13 Nov. 5 Fernandina .
Augustine Away
i was home with his parents, '; -

the weekend.Louie Carters, for the I Oct. 8 Orange Park 0 Starke 41 Nov. 12 Lake City Home


Mrs. Hildred Carter la on Oct. 14 New Symrna 14 Starke 51 Nov. 19 Green Cove Away

the sick list thl week and

R. unable -to go to work i |

return Mrs. ''to Alice the :Monley doctor Monday hud, :to'II This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters -- "I I

with her broken collurobne for

#l, t ti more treatment. CANOVA PHARMACYPhone IyOU: ,: AT THE: (SAME: : ; >) HICK!
Mr. and Mrs. K:: D. Hlggin-'

botham of Maxvllle" visited Goodman's Service Station HURST'S 66
Starke "I...
:Mr. and Mrs.. loule Carter 96M6IU her (:Goodman Owner SERVICE STATION

Sunday. e.ft<,rnoolt.I Gulf(: Product Coodyear: Tires & (latteries;
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MOTORS LETS
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SERVICE STATION
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5 :Miles South on :11)1)
AVE ON THE COST WITHA Church News: Siund.iy School l DENMARK FURNITURE

10 a.m.. Preaching, service, 11 "Let's Ha>'e Another Winning! SEDWARD'S e\: n" IIEST WISHES:

BANK AUTO LOAN!"" a.m.: Training Union, 6 p.m.: COMPANY

Evening Woishlp Service" T p. GROCERY A. J. THOMAS-.REALTOR
-4 Midweek Service BEST: WISHES: FROM
m.: Prayer

Of course you don't life tedious red tape or 7 J' m. W..tln..Inl.rht.. )/ Everyone -
Independent Telephone VOLLEY STARLING
unexpected extras that add to the over-all hi InvUml to attend We're I Proud Of Our Coaches and Team

!I cost of buying a car. Neither do wet! So save these sir vices. The auxiliaries Corp. of Fla. GROCERY
of the church met, :Monday BILL EDWARDS
I time and i See us about a prompt. ..
money night at the church: with a COMPLIMENTS( : ;

clearly stated. low-cost bank auto loon, goal attendance "Yes! Yen.! We're Hehind You. STARKE 66 SERVICE

soonlYou'11, .be glad you did! Mr..[ end Mrs. Fred Hroad- Tornndoee'NOEGEL'S FARMER'S SUPPLYA. I

... well and chlUlren and Neal

BrousxMtu
visiting Mr. and :\1.... L. A.

I, CiiiHby Sunday nfternoon.Mr. \ : 1VlSlIESPRESCOTT:; : H. C. WALL, INC.

FLORIDA and :\Ir.... Randolph lel'M11 Support The Team

Crosby of Mnxvlll were guests SHELL INSURANCE AGENCYWE

of his parents Mr. and Mr*. STARKE BUILDERS SERVICE
{
C c Crosby Thwr.-iday after
SUPPLYLet's CHEER: : YOU ON; TO VICTORY
STARKEOne
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noon.Mr
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and Mr* Raymond
Brown of WoithBnfton were. (:.t Going: Team! COMMUNITY STATE BANK CHARLEY E. JOHNS

of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group Sunday afternoon!\ guests of .....

!Mr aunt ::\1..... J. M. Dyer LAWSON'S MARKET Memher F. I>. I. AGENCY

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ':\11'. anti Mr.. Dot (Montguvl T

I at Jacksonville were visiting


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By Emily Thomas

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Day 473-4666 Nlte 473-1589
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Fort Jackson S. C. might of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Paul.
better be called Fort Keystone' In addition to the volunteers INDIANS) (JO: MA TIIK WAY FOIl SCORE

with all the young men from to the Army two have volunteered Indians Gallop To 53.0Vin\
'I
this area who have gone there for the Coast Guard-

for basic training with the U. Lamar Hill eon of Mr. and I Homecoming Festivities Begin
S. Army within the past few I Mrs. Jack HU1. who left Oct. Over Hamilton County B Squad ;

weeks. I 22 for Cape May N. J.. and To Be Crowned
Queen FridayWith
... The first contingent to I Eric Redfearn son of the !
n -- leave among volunteers in- Huntley Redfeams. who! U I The untamed Indians of I I the Indian, second TD A pass I

f 3 I WRECKED; CAn ON HlfillWAY 21 cluded 'Butch" Fax] son of the alated to report in January. Keystone High galloped. 53.0 attempt for the, point after the football game and Miss" .McMurtry:\ will have

InjuredIn 'Everett R. Foxes; and David Frank" Nooney. Jr.. son of over Hamilton County's '11' was incomplete.In against Branford VnrMU Ernie Williams as her escort

1\\.' and cerebral morrhag!, Sunderland. son of Mr. and I the Frank Nooneys. left for the team for their second win of the second quarter the slated for Friday night, thr Hom x-omlng attendants and

Crash A spokesman for the Medical Melrose Tied Mrs. R. N. Sunderland, who! U. S. Ah Force last week; and the season In Thursday nlghfi Indians dominated the ground Keystone Heights &:hoo their escorts are Debbie Dry

Center said Buchanan was reported for duty on Oct. 11 Buddy Guernsey, son of Mr. pigskin bout at Keystone.The A Keystone!' fumble gave 'the Homecoming will get off to ar arwi Ray Williams, 9th grade;

At MelroseThree released Tuesday and that his Last Friday, Oct 23, saw three and Mrs. C. P. Guernsey, is Indians played a hand:! Junior Rebels the bull. but early start tonight I Thursday'' Connie MrCalllon and Jimmy

sister Carolyn May. was listedIn For 1st PlaceI I more leave for their terms of awaiting notification that his and fast game with Stefan they didn't !seem to know whit with a. snake dance for grade' Wldlt. 10th grade, and June

persona were Injured good condition:! Johnson's duty. Robert Jackson Jr son enlistment! to the Air Force Brokas lending with fOllrtOIlt'hdon" to do with It. Brokas reclaimed 1-13. at 6:30: p. m. at the rltmik. RldiiUitht and Tommy Trtfwt,

one critically: in an auto crash I condition was reported Wednesday of MaJ. and Mrs. Robert C. has ben accepted. Jimmy Beel.er. and loa( Yl\l'ds.lol- the pigskin/ for Keyntoiv! and proceeding to the llLh grade

si mile south of Melrose on ; to be serious.: I [ Riverland Jackson; "Bubbn" Moody son son of Mr apd Mrs. James lowed by Wayne Homer. Gary by intercepting a Rebel pits chool for bonfire" and skits Other activities slated for

State Road 21 about 7 p. m. According to nIP Trooper of \the: Chester Moodys; and R Beeler, enlisted In the Na Cooper. Dnnny Hlnck. and and four plays later went ove The Homecoming Parade the hAlftime show "will" be a

flatur:!ay. I E. it. Jones Buchanan driving/ Mack Hall, son of Mr and val Reserve on Oct. 16. and Mickey Brokat with one TU to score the Indlnns'. third TD vlll begin at the school, at performance by the Brunfo :d:

Admitted to the University a 1934 Ford was traveling I The Melrose Mustangs defeated Mrs. Henry HalL attends meetings/ weekly- each' The after kick was no good 30 ttkinoiro afternoon with High School Iluiui. and a parade

Hospital. Gainesville were the south on 21 at an estimated the Taylor Wildcats I Monday' three' more embarked The families of the boys at Brokas got moving early Later In the second qunrte' loafs entered\ from the tor of flouts and udglng for

I driver of the car. Charles speed; of 70 MPH when he lost 46-12 at Plerson last Friday from Jacksonville for Columbia. I.I I. I Ft. Jackson are looking forward seating the IndliinV first Wayne Homer went over fron Ix 1] grades. In the school .decrnte ;! winners The JuJRrs selected

1 Elliott Buchanan Jr.. 20. of control of his car on a curve I I'night to bring their numberof I Including Billy Carnes. to their first leave, touchdown In the opening the 7 yard line giving the In .l cars! from the schoo' are O B. Wiggins B. E. Mc-

I Qalnesville.! for treatment of about a mile out of M lro. e. victories to 9 for the season I son of Mr. and Mrs.' Carl which I Is expected to DP at minutes of the game, repeatingan dlans their fourth TD. The ex: 'lubs. bucks carrying the foot- Kay and Miss Gertrude Houser. -

I abrasions and! multiple frac- The car skidded across the Melrose started the scoring ; C. Carn 's: Ray Wlngsto Jr.. Christmas. Keystone will see earlier run that was culled : tra point kick was blocked tall players and 1 prp club and .
road. rolled twice ; son of the Raymond Wlngatev Its first sood-slaed number of bark on a penalty for megs' In the thlij quarter the In \ut( noblle* In/which/ the -
I Mires of the left arm; his sister. over ant; slid I when Billy Roberson tallied In I! THE RIOIIT POINT for the
[ Carolyn May Buchanan. 53 feet on its top before coming the first quar r.TaylOJ' ; and Rodney Paul, son (Continued on next. t'acel> motion. His attempt to claim dlans drove up field In thn rhl lenders will rltlo Clown'lid srriU.
way you Cora In and
the extra point ws no good plays aria on the fourtli Stefan a possible Mild will en-
to rest down
118. Melrooe. for treatment of upside The evened the peeled I favorite
score w"ha E TF.R-
r your
The Baby Rebels turfM' up Brokas turfed tip 35 yard n o route through the
absence of
I skid marks the
abrasions lacerations and on touchdown Bill nitOOK fountain. TfXE-:
( roadway. suggests Buchanandid by Uixlerhlll. Tynes Discusses Accreditation 18 yards after receiving the for a touchdown then mod t city streets. prn.
multiple fracture of the right There were no more scores: In I Teles-rsph.
not apply the brakes. Jones i ball but anti go no farther for the extra: point TH" 'lnperlenced ,>.. Idirhllirht of the halftime
I arm; and Robert Le, Johnson.: the! first\ quarter I
Keystone took over at midfield Rebels butterftnger-' ahow.' .
said I' the Homecoming
[25. Keystone Heights for Melrose exploded with thl"l't'touchdolll'n. was .penalized 15 yards Pd the ball on their 10
own which begins
And In Talk At PTA game at 8 pi m
I treatment of a fractured skull AU three persons were apparently and four extra'' !' Millage Oct.-Nov.
] '
thrown' from the and filed two IncomplM PIIMea. yard line Keystone recoverent. will "be that crowning.;: of a
car
points in- the neconj:! quarter. Hamilton Intercepted the 'On the following play Guy Homncomlnff Queen' by la. i
when
I THE RIGHT POINT for they It started: to roll while holding Taylor scoreless. '' The Keystone PTA heard i sum requested by the school Rebel pass on the 2ft yard line Cooper' rammed over for "n' year* queen Diane ChapmanThe ft FOR |

I you write. (Com In and been Jones said Buchanan has I The first came on a touchdown Clay County School Superintendent -)I board as the amount requiredto Two plays later Stefan. limit I other Indian touchdown. Cooper two contestants.. for thf'10nor
1 charged
select your' favorite K.STT.K- : with unlawful by Eddie! Rothh.mmerJuntor a* rammed hi for then rlnlme the L
i rxtn
1 speed Jesse p. Tynes' last maintain schools at their way over fmrn the twelfth gra BROOK fourtshl and Johnson with public -
: TKLK.tiR.l
pen. point .
I Jordan's kick
goadfor
[ > intoxication. was : Wednesday evening speak on I present level also being the Undii Anthony and Jane'
]
IL !i two additional points. Roy I I the accreditation standards:! set amount used for the past two' Couple UnhurtIn Again the! Baby Rebel McMiatry Mis, Anthony will,

Weaver set up the!' next] touchdown i, by the Southern Association ofColleges y...."'. There Is also -write-In I. found themselves \with the bo escorted, by Ronnie Homer (flay. TWK-Cet: Three' )
when he Intercepted a Plane MishapAt ball and artrd "somewhat bo.ih
!! and Secondary&I.oola slot on the ballot for pmoni
pass intended for the Taylor for the Keystone I wishing/ to vote a lamer mill- Keystone fill about It Then on n handoff On All PlantaIn

i team, On the next] play Walter, School. age or a fractional one. play Stefan Brokas racked MURRHEEInsurance Our NurseryCloned

\ Sturdlvant scored from the ) Standards set by the Association I. The superintendent. stated Fred Fltchl of Chicago, and up 3J yards !setting up another .

, Melrose' 34 yard line Jar.an's: are based on the needsof that the "school" board had cutbark his wife eiraprj serious Injury Indian raid on the el1
kick wat once again good for the children In the particular \ three mills this year. when his light plane "belly son with Hlnck cairylng ove- General Insurance I

two extra'] 1 Point Robemon' locale rather than on a amounting to I126.0OO.:! and landed"' at the Keystone Airport for the M-nre. Bi-okas' k Ircl.lm..1 Nursery

i cored! the final touchdown In j comparative basis with other place It under the bond bunt Sunday morning due to the (mint after mtr-' (!'A t'\I.TY' MA

the quarter to bring' the score scnjoU. sail Tynrn with accreditation I for us* aa construction fund.fOC' faulty operation of Uui automatic Tim fourth quarter saw ItINK: a- A1TTO-IIONItn' I Illwny *00. SV4 Mlhn'
"MI.1' ,: .l.m.. at Illllcrmt
38-6 at the half Keystone continuing to clomln- Key
a goal to be achle. the next few years. lie wheel mechanism Kytc lUlghU 473-4784 ,I
Halfllme entertainment was wed l by all sciiools. An accredited pointed out that the school O W. VntiValln.. airport ale the game Mickey llrokusin I II
ir iI provided by the Taylor cheerleaders ;, school benefits from Improved I board has the prrogatlve of superintendent said the plane >lked up 28 yards In ,two

and mujorvltes | teachin standards and \levying an additional: 10 mills a BeechtH-aft Bonaiua, was playa for the Iiulliin's' final)

There was only! one tally >In equipment a* well M the fact I "txH' lhr have not used this. danMMied' to the extent' of touchdown. Cooper's attempt
the third quarter It came I that graduates' accredited sine they would rather have about 14 OOO to Its propellerand ed.for the extra |K>lnt woo, block Announcing The Opening

when Cliff Kirk went over for scfiool stand a better ctianr the people supporting them In under aide

r six] Jordan once again of acceptance In colleges than I, their attempt to get t.he state Flachl U vice president. of This .game was a llttln Ion- urFORD'S

I two points added'I those from non-accredited: legislature to pass" a broadertax the III-LtttersI Flit. Hue Cr). sided It was aomelhlrMf like
i schools the superintendent' t taald. baa for supixirt of the of tho old Unman content between -
There were two pass Interceptions I Chicago, III. and was on hh
the Christians' and. the
i Bank from time. In the third quarter srltools. way home to Chicago from a LAUNDROMAT
your car, save Weaver Intercepted a pass Intended Pointing out that the Keys In arvtwer to a question, he convention in Miami. Ho and Joni,
lone school U above averagefor said UwM the' ben mills asked his wife HIATISIICS'
Crewsintercepted had
< for Taylor and planned-; stopover I
avoid parking worries, too a Melrose pas acliietement! of the Individual In the Nor( 2 election are not in Keystone with W Q KIIH HHSrimt Porter IHuliwuyM 21 6t 2\(\

Mrlrone' drove deep Into :i student Tynm stated In addition to the present Dueling, representative of the ., I)"wn* 17 2 MKI.UOSK.: (): : I'l.A.

ItV such a convenience to bank from your Taylor territory and tackled thai this was due to the fact i milisg. but are the total company in this. area and nom IluflhliWf 17 2

the Taylor carrier: behind the that Keystone Heights .Is a wall amount needed" from the peopt Mrs Drwl1n..ho had also From Pawing. 0 0 Owned) und Operated fly

car, with our drive-in Her> ice Make de- goal !line! for a safety to bring | endowed community Ir.1Ofa"I &* It* added that, as in pattyear I attended. the convention In On Penalties,, 0 0

the score to 38-6 the educational I *, the. mlllac baMs for the Miami last week Hushing Yards 317 24 .Mr. und .Mr. C. ,\. Ford
punted or "ithdrav aU", at our outdoor It'l.ler' the popubM-e ls conorrned. s I ehnols .ls a BO-M proposition. I Passing Yard 36 0
John Allen the last
scored factor which reflects on Uv .1, with the tl xp a.n voting on Faxws 1-4 0-&
.. window, quickly, easily. What's more, touchdown for Melrose when!' achievement' of the child. Intelligence one-half of the required mill- Annual Meeting FiimbrU.. 2 I Your Patronage Appreciated.

'ou', he ran 23 yards to rrons the scores( have been and the mmmlmlon vot- !Of Golf Club Penalty Yards 20 2A .
) e no parkintr problems or f.*",. goal line Jordan added twomints. I Ii 't'I age .
hither here than In an aversage Ing on the other halfAllun -- -- -
i [ livlrur up to his nlrk- I,i Set For TuesdayThe
community which Is I rKORI.CMH: :
KEYSTONE STATE BANK name '"Oolden Toes' JordanTaylor's I I partly due to the fact that I Keystone Police Chief Caspr -
annual of the
af'nfacore came meeting KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS
there is a smaller student body gnu discussed the school
on a touchndwn by Crews The I Keystone Golf and Country
Member. F.D.I.C Keystone IfflJhtna, hm and that the school Is crossing st Lak.mw I)rlveIllwy
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try for extra] point was no Club will b, hell Tuesday alI
above average In the quality I :211 about which there
good u m. in the Clay Kkt-lrlc:
"Your Friendly Rank In Your Friendly of Instruction given' i iBIIIH has been t"Ohdd""abJ.o discussion auditorium DIRECTORY
Community." Outstanding players for UteTacr TO ni; orest.i) j sine the patrolman Wall'
\ team. mere CurtU Rich.elson. Officers will bf elected' anda
earlier report .
Clarifying an removed, from the location JI'I|
Rklteway and Wrlls concerning the Keystone akl, .. that he had made< an x- | board of dliectora named at

school gymnasium new of th* t.ool1lllvl! stirvey of law enforce-' i th i meeting. with plan for AI'IMJANCKS. : AUTO HKI'Allt: I r I JU'II.lty! :
the coming year dlACUMml by
I major) factors for aecredlUonTynes ment and traffic agencies! Inl "
,
"Lt 6tpiwnson. club
BEST BUYS BY c t, recalled his popularity Northeast n rtda. and that pro O.C.Cnrnes Nursery
& c MOTORS IHC In the western part of the the cotwnsus' was overwhelmIngly fishments. will be served T V Service Center Goetzman Bros. I Hlwsy too. norwhom-; :
after the business All
f county .hn an erroneous' in favor of the flasher members GarageHIM'AIH Hll. MR. : of mark
of
story was published two werk signal over' the crmuilrMi guard i the club are urged to J. K. Till r.H. l'rnprl" ..l r Nursery link' Thuii

MO concerning scrapping for maximum safely of the\ {.aitk/pats\ / : WOltK anls|. of PUrr JS fruit
,
Authorized Motorola Pbllcoaivl
plans for th* gym H" stated school children The 1Ik'n.11! Tr... 'o .h'.a from Nlr:
$.l.s l H rvlc' .
They Cotta Go Lhst workina plans had been 'mat \Installed last month and tal i.Jax Man CaughtIn MOTolt BODY PAINTING. Mha.l Tress. Evergreens:

approved by th. school board timed for operation during \lhi The Act "-."".... On All W..fc-. I'(>KTA 111.11I "'Ir.IfJINrJ1. to LaivlM-sp. .. Plants. All in

and .wr now In Tallahassee: hours! before and after school. ,Of TV ''tU"U HT.Ur.UJ .t/en/ lawn "_.,__).. ,,..., time,'ontaln Carnvtlts,," !! plant A asitls.l any-.
for final approval by th* stsl> in whlrh the chlltrrn norrnal.ly Stealing TV UIAU& TV :Mulure
I.. tut rah ,.
I I your huulwaptn;
bard of rducsllon\ Blrto are cross the: highway
41 expected' to b* let on No* II I Brun asked for s resolution I Th Clay County rlhrlfrsOlflc Work. OtMnintMd. TV Rentals Hwy. 21 K.ystnn. lllghta' 1'''. MSI.M04 MghU anal

8C for romtructlon of the facility I of the PTA an submit to U* ( reported the arrest K.y....M llflgbt. .,*...4I 1 Ned w I Irl *"In Th..t,*
1956 LA K F.: I IIHOKIVN)
PONTIACcctiJ&
0 ;, & which will fulfU one of the city council supporting the| Saturday night of Msurlr Ftuaan US-III)' .
# 2 DOOR .. ma.'or: I'"lU1l't'mC'1'1ta( > ouUlnwl police department in l *ulr>t liruns Psughmsn. Hr. 83. of Nl(.4 A. Hun. 47V.1ft1A | : Nrur Town ilt-2 lilt.

/O OI by the HACHH for srrredllslion I sue moyla for vlolslor of st r1 Jacksonville Dryer Special ILilh. K, l.fl. nicely
1
of the schooJ. The gyms and sftr. >laws In the srltnrtlares Psughman a retired Jark- / HKHVICK.: : furnlihnl.

naAKim) will sdotn the present whk't'l..SA.I| tins mnvlll city employee, was j 4 Cycles only $129I t';Hnl llrarh.,

ma'# J964 CHEVROLET: : SEDTOi ; field" house, faring the paved snlmoualv caught by Clay County Deputy I i I I crltent: rondillon.
"Cq road to the west. RtrORT": (;Iyr.NPTA WIt.. Harvey In the act of HENDERSON'SService $4,250.01)S.E.McKny:;

flU.AC 1)1'<'t'MMPD' I I President William teallrur a television! .et from. i i NEW: A lIHHfl: TV

In a ailing by the BUt Attorney Baker reported on !the County, the Oyl hunt residence' on CenterJM.n Realtor
Orneral the school! 'I Spin' Lake Value of the set ANII'I'r.LNC..: KEYSTONE: : HKUSUTaItum
Council meeting In keen
1962 PTA >l r<1 Oil Product, '
447 OLDSMOBILE 98 SEDAN 2 was estimated at 1125Psughman I (4tIk) IIIIPn. .. 473-4SIA
mUlsr I ItoUnsr on the Nov Cove HprtrMpt last wek. where i idfaeussion ( J JI Ruth. HFHVUT:
ballet will b* from 0 through was charged with
I I. was held on the j Johnson Out"hoardMale .C ".::011\I t I I'e.\' 'TSBeidler'
10. the latter fteur !being In* 1. r* atlv* merits of maintaining I I breaking and entering and I Wheeler Discount 4 Mervle"

-I|, affiliation\ with the national' bond w.. Mt at $500e..v..yee. 1I'I'r.I.HTOUt( ; ; n....... Tackle l Hunting Holiday J

1961 RAMBLER STA. WAGON Outstanding. df n* work was Congress of Parents and I, riu/pneat-it.' ...._T,.Jt.r. .
J .A UimMl In for Melrw by John Tearhrs aid the stat group j\ .._..... i Highway, ;al l IbrtwornM nrr.i.. tm KtrROHIfN": ) Restaurant
'l I ..1.and. K.y.toa. 11I0
IntrwM-ttnn 21
9 Allen' and Roy Weaver It was. mentionthat one of I hay l'mlr. Mew Ownership
1g16 5y ;) MELROSE' /'h.51.1.17t.tlotOF'FIF" tc..ton. llolgMsHKAirrv t1341101'
9cSri This victory for Melron and the primary ben"Its. was from tell I'11thllfMIs. :'

o AND s sur-prMlng upt rtldsy. i th* power of Use numbers In rrsn.f M..f."t" AIV rrt.1I
when Ih* Cedar Key 8harka,i, the orfsnlxatlons; Insofar asbenefvrts fly 8.y. Itewe I. : : surr'LD4; .! ::.: )!siioi. I fti-KN: i AYS wrinct.T: ':

<. MANY OTHERS defeated the Bronann Eagles.Urd l llsUon for the I full IXmur Minrhe _
Metro/ for fist place in achnoU was concerned and the fin.* 41SSeatalaaaaaaaaaaaAaaaaaaal e r"fUSTINf; SUPERIORBUTEE -'I.\ Cotrt*-It*!)** rn>xlHervrng .
T VIe Rlrerlan Oonf.rrnr* This |I I prevention of harmful )laws << flea lies 1111! )1I'nU.nr.r.K *
( SHOP
lie will: be broken rrVUy when bring I>..aasa.1rxpms.e !
R> tnl. Harvey of Oklahoma" I Ri r..1c North of Rlir.SKU iJgktKIYWTONK
OFFSET:
Tilt: KltlRNULY: MIIOI"
C I
& C MOTORS MelrrM host the miles team were voted for I City Okla w vtnyuigwith hurwl I : JlElotlT

Both teams are '-I three d.hgatew to the Bur and aunt Mr seal, Mr Cpr n frrjm" a Till Sale

1 AUTO SUPER MARKETHAVEN' Bremen defeated' Wlms* Ins PTA m* t to boP held In Jacks Vinci How. !1 Bradford I'-J. a Hank : CAKM
{ tI1la.m.. 'I snnvU. this I County
previous gam year
IF WE GOT IT WELL GET ITGaiew..fll. but the MeircM tam .ls play. [ Mr' CTUM-U' n-Me" ,,t 1 I After. ft Hy ApMntm Only Hanks Used Cars
Mutate" Calif *. visiting hr 1j
ON THC SPOT BANK FINAN .Irit much better' than It did I r -
earlier In the season. This THE EfGirr' POINT! for ta'war I I r and Mr*. Cart .1a.lt..noJ II,. Gut \lc.\l1c.. .1. OpwratorShp
*. Ina.rbn. f am should be one of In* out. y.e .rtl-. ('_ lIP et them hun on Lh Kw.n. [foUarh I'h. 951-3101* Uay 5 Sell Trade
riC-4144 standing game of the __AlII there y*
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INDIAN BEACH I I \hew' to our Bradford County A banquet will be iheld at the and is the great niece of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Green hHll ho pulillnhiHl I Hictlon/ Mm tutiiltier j I

II urea They are Mr and Mrs. j I Holiday Restaurant In Key- MAXVILLEBy and Mrs. John North of here. and family Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Florida reiiulred' Htalutea' by In AMBULANCE SERVICE i iI'JlONE

I 1M. N .[Bud] Yaun and family I stone on Tuef! lay/ Nov. 2, at Kathy Griffin daughter of Green and Leon Butler all of (.'uunl)' Teli'irrHiih" .n "........71..118'1.
of the Bayless Highway SPC- .85 if icenerHl I ,'h''','ull.II..1I /Iti 9612600DeWitt
6 p. m. Tickets arc $1 perperson Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Griffin wait Mlddleburg.]
I From Preceding Page] rows of Uriioki'r pulillulled. In I
I Slade
Mrs A. C.
tlon. Bud 1 Is manager of Bad- and) may be obtained confined to her home all of Everyone Invited to attend Itarke, Klorldii. C. Jones Funeral Home

Mrs C. B. Emerson In Mlcan- cock's store in Starke. Bud from any of the officers. Phone 289-4491 last week with a virus. the Halloween Carnival Sat- l'"NISn rmnctiEPHt > at
Dean Jack and I were close meetIng rk., Rru'ironl (Cminty KlurlilH. -
opy Following the chapter Barbara North niece of Mr. urday afternoon Oct 30 at the Funeral
thin 1.1th day nl Octolier DeWitt C. Jones Registered Director
!Mr and Mrs. Auttle Holbrook friends In Gainesville In the and courtesy membersand ...................... and Mrs. John North, has en- Clay Hill School starting at title

of Plant City are spending years-6 B. C.-you know before officers will enjoy a social roled In Jacksonville Tech and 5:30: p. m. Attend!) the Carnivaland /./ rio. I I.. J'Htlen Starke, Fla.
few .: with their six children-their three in the hall of SCHOOL NEWS .fuilxre (.f I lh.< ('lr"1I1t Cntirt ofthe I
a days: hour banquet is taking a beauty course. help support the school. I
Baldwin Indians started KlKhth .r.II'IKI, "i'lr. nil/ of RENTAL: SERVICES
daughter: and son-in-law. Mr. and our three"! How we enjoyed the Masonic Temple.] streak Friday Grandma Wellhausen/ 1 Is still Mrs. Randolph Crosby entertained Florida. In ,lad I for B.lu.r.|, >rd 1 II
and Mrs. Roy Griffin and seeing and visiting: with Mrs. Josephine Reed and ,their new winning : with confined to her home but has with a birthday sup County: Klorldii.. II I Hospital; Reds Wheel Chairs, Crutches

lamily them and It looks as If the ) her Ways
Mrs. D. W. Carpenter has children will enjoy each other mittee are arranging for a St. Joaeph's Academy Everyone wishes her* a speedy home honoring her mother __
I Augustine.. The score( was 31-
been back to Jacksonville to Just as much as we original I Variety Show In November at recovery.. Mrs Henry Carter. Enjoyingthe
13. Smith and lIarfYFoll1'aker
her doctor and Is happy to re- four used to-so many years the Masonic Temple. Mickey Robin Harris daughter of occasion with Mr. and Mrs.
each scored two
port that she ts much better I affol! The men of Melrose] Masonic Mr. and Mrs. Milton Harris is Randolph Crosby and Mr. and

than she was when she (rot Well Id nip close for this Lodge with the help of chap touchdowns as the Indians got a patient In the Baptist Memorial Mrs. Henry Carter were Mrs.

out of the hospital recently week before I find out that I ter members held a WorkDay back on the winning track Hospital In Jackson- Effic Johns. Freeman Johns
after having a 21 game victory
but still has a bit more recuperating am like a mouse-you know planting) and gardening and Wllliamae Judd a1of\

to do. set trapped by opening my the grounds of the Temple. In streak broken last Friday ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas Starke. Leon Butler of Middle-

Mr and Mrs. Dick Hilllard mouth I So long Happy Oob- preparation for the official Inspection night by Jacksonville Bolles., and daughter of Jack.'IOn-1 burg Gene Austin. Bob and
After the home game a dancewas
'have Just returned from a llns to you a1NEWS \! visit At the chapter I ville visited here Sunday with J. C. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Bob
held In the high school I
short taunt to( visit Frances's meeting. when the Masons Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas McClung and family. Mr. and

mother. Mrs. T. A. Sweat up were honored all the plants gym.This Friday night the Indiana and family.Mr. Mrs. Paul Helems and Henry

in Quitman Oa. They were NOTESBy tools, and nerds for this project anl: Mrs. Avory Slade Wellhausen.Mrs. .
COun-
meet with Baker
'hard ut it today- shoveling were\/ presented to them. and family were Sunday dln- Lyle Schmll and: b rlam'4 /
another
ty's Macclenny for
sawdust into( a newly built Helen KganEASTrRN AARP CHAPTER NEWS! nerguests of Mr and) Mrs. W. daughters of Jacksonville were

greenhouse that Dick and his I Lloyd H. Gardner: on his official home !game. meeting M. Slade and visited with Mrs. last Sunday dinner guests of 4
The Parents Teachers -
good neighbor Doyle James 1 visit to the Keystone Jessie! Willis and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlggin-
: STAItThe of the Baldwin High
have built. Dick hat quit a AARP Chapter. on Oct:: 14. explained and Mrs. J. L. Slade and botham and grandchildren. I
Eastern Star Friends School and the Mamie Agnes
"1"J'I"n! thumb" and in a- the reason why he was daughter and Lester Slade. I : ,
fight was an enjoyable occas- Jones Elementary School $4 i ( !
ph( iTci to have a greenliousr I' unable to present the charter. I Those enjoying\! the Greater ..
an for officers and membersn scheduled for Thuraay:! night
/
In which tT make h's ';;utter- as previously planned. At a'' Jacksonville Pair over the I dj
I Tuesday Oct 19. Each of- : of last week wa postponeduntil Plastic Notebook $2.30 at the
inl{ mOle pleasurableThp recent meeting of the national weekend were Mr. anj Mrs.
'
!'cer Invited a member of Monday night of this TELEGRAPH
Chuck Pn ':Jcs have asked directors a change was made Frank Bell and family Mr. and
Mme other chapter of Eastern week. Final pl,\ns for the Halloween -.r;;;;.
me to! [> bi on the lookout for .. I in the rules for granting char- Mrs. Joseph Lucas and family..
'tar Worthy Matron Edythe Carnival were to be
goad: u'l'd st of of encyclopedias ters. David Jeffreys field organization Mrs. Avory Slade and family.. THE!: RIGHT P(1T.v1or M.*
Nicholson presenter, her moth- made. The date Is set for Saturday -
Son Marsh li having tc director has been Mr. and Mrs. Martin Padgett. way yom" writ. Grins In and> 'I
r, a Oolden Star member of afternoon( Oct. 30 at the
really) hit the books now( that entrusted with the program Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman. rlrtt' font tmwnrlU. ESTER' it
0 years standing. Each guest Baldwin High School.ClIl'nCII __ comes alive on *j
lie Is attending St. Johns nivor and the schedule for chapter Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Jeffers. BROOK Fountain Pen. 'CELIOR"'f. :- ...
(as presented with a small NEWS
Junior' College. Since Mal'sh' visitation and evaluation. Mr and Mrs. Henry Orlffls .
bag< with the Eastern Star Zion Church
Mt. Baptist
is the latest chick to IPHV the' After a trial period of one and family and Mr. and Mrs. :
nestso to speak-they hate ( emblem' In the corner filled I year his! recommendations!:! will\ Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Oscar Wilkinson and family !. The I.Ircult .'oarYIsola. I tv
l with sundry ntfts services 11 Sunday 1 COlO
a. JmlK-lHl
to invest/ in a npw /set. So 1 If! I he filed with the Board of f m. Mrs. Walter Lanthrlpp wa Iri-nlt or "'"'''. In
I A special Courtesy was pre- night services 7 p. m. Pastor InnMgr Hrxlforil. 1'orat. In
101)ot) you have a set you will Chapter Examiners for their % patient last week In St. Vin 1 fcunrrry.TOtt.N .
I f-jnted fm'friends of the
chap- Rev. Clarence Knight. Everyone -
dispose of. give: them a call\ consideration and. upon favor cent's Hospital In'Jacksonville.' (IV' 'UOOI\ER.: a milllIrllmMty -
1'1'' followrd by refreshments in the community Is! very 'I I' / of
alter work (hours. able decision such a charter Mr. any: Mrs. George John HIP Slate or Klnrlrln. xA ,; th' ,
In the banquet hall. pleased with the progress in I Petitioner.u. TI1K: HT,\TH: 0"-I > ,
We surely were taken bylouI'PI'L'e will be Issued son of Jacksonville visited here 1..I."UII\1 Hi.. IKmiMilulwntll.ltl I
Sister Onlo Mae Stpphcns. Mt. Zion Baptist Church since I I _.
last wwkend. Ernest In speaking with the Lions I Sunda.v with Mr. and Mrs. <> >l<:it Tfl 411(1\\' (',\1'1<": --" -' $
nnd Geneva Tanner spent Saturday Associate Grand Matron of the Club member, we were happy Rev. Knight: took, over as the' Doss HigglnbQtham! and June. Ti. Thi- Ktife or Vlnt'itn : :.-=::;:::,<,, max: (;' *
Grand Jurlsdlctl( of Florida new pastor. The largest crowd Through The.. State' Attorney For
afternoon with to learn that the club Is gt- : Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum
us and I I will make an official Inapec- attended services Sunday The KlKhth .'",lIl'Ial) rirrull OfHnlil I
cur'" had a hamburger fry that I Inlllht. 1, ting down to the finish line of; and family of Jacksonville! Stair, ThiH"v"'ral I'ropel'
tlon of the Chapter for Orand. i j morning! since Rev. Knight ly Own....., TuplIy"'n.1, ; One look and 11 there's
On Sunday afternoon I planning for the new Lions I spent the weekend here/! with 1 PHI you agree no match tot today*
has been there. The Sunday en* of The Town of Ilraokvr
I clubhouse next to Holiday I School Is growing each Mrs. F. B. Coleman and son Klorlfld.' Inrlmlln Son.11..1 perfected Color-TV. Don't wait any longec You'..

Restaurant. The AARP Is more I Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Lang- denlH' ownlntf I'ry.arty" i Mr subtart i xniasing half the pleasure TV can bring tmleea
week and in the past two you
Tf THXittl'in ThM"II1'n"
/grateful to the Lions Club for ford rt Jacksonville visited
FLORIDATHEATRE 301 their I affiliated weeks two new! members came All Other Iliivlnir Or ,'...ltnln. see it in lifelike color. (Move your old eet so the kidV
sponsorship, Thursday night with Mr. and
Any Itiicht.. Titlr '
into the church by letter. or Inti-rem' i ii "
and hope to serve In some capacity Mrs. James Coleman and family. rrunerty Tn tin Affovtefl Hy Thfmtiianre room bedroom or den. for peraooal.-ioa"j. J

In helping raising building Starting next week they planto Fly Th. Town ii, llim"l'Merelnufter 1

DRIVE-IN funds for the new clubhouse start construction on an educational Patty Parrlsh of Jacksonville !More\ purtli nlnrly With TV colorcast tripling this fan, :yoo"0.' have M

building/ the University spent the Any I Mmrrlh-ml.Way Thereby fir Tn tic rr""tud I ll, greater choice and finer proir'am. YouTI enjoy a

Open 7OO A special program i Is planned School church to be used for Sunday weekend here with ''her parent You and curb, of you .I iri. her I "million dollar theater" tot a penny'. worth Gl? i..... 1I

: for the Nov. 11 luncheon room Rev Knight extends Mr. and; Mrs. D. J. Parrish and hv rrqiiiri-'l, ,to appriu" t .n tlilh ,. a tricity hour.
ShowtimeWeekdays! 7 Show Time 7:15 I meeting and it Is hoped that: an Invitation to every- family. -, dry .of .Vc.vi-ml.' r. I I'm!) II i iI per
I in 01' .loik I'1.: Kneli.HtumlMnl :. f
to visit the church and
Sunday :8:00> :()(). Saturday 1 ADMISSIONAdults : we will\ again: enjoy a special one everyone 1 is mighty proud: ( of Last Thursday night ,supper! I Tine .te speaker from the Council on guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy rule Court iif lra! 1foril> t'nunq and
75c Students 60c, the work Rev and Mrs. Knightare Klorlilit' .HI the r'niirlhuuiir In CoJor-TV. Price! are the lowest Isrer. _--- _.....
SATURDAY ) Aging$ of the State of Florida. Bradshaw and son were Mrs. ,
CT. :30)
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Children Under 12 Free doing for the church. HtJirke. KlorlrlM. and' nhow uum of tremendously increased! production mad .
We are happy to see a prospective Carolyn Dickson of Orlandoand why fht lirayor of th<. IVtltf'inflleil : I, it elslt0

BIG HALLOWEEN Fill, SAT.-OCT. 29!>, ::10' member of our chap- BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Howard In Ihe iihnv. ,'' nlitlfit. i iii i>. ', I cutting elllclenclea.e .
ter. Mrs. Esther Krueger who Mr and Mrs. Tommy Bradshaw! flr of Jacksonville rending. Mhoiilil not tin. irritnte
and th. l SEE YOUR DEALER HOW
MATINEE bond. therein flNrrllieilHnil I _
Triple Feature Program has moved to the White Hodges: announce the birth of Mr. and Mrs. R. V Durranceand the pritf.ei,.lniriauth| ..rlii>nK "*To(1ay. Oie average '

Feather Court as a permanent their first child a daughter daughter of Starkn were the lM.nnnr<> tlternftf, vnlliliiteil,I price -

FOR KIDS No. 1 resident. She Introduced her born Monday. Oct. 23 at the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and. ronftrttierl. geld htinili <>nIMInir kilowatt paid hour per for {

1:00: I'M.: I friend, Mrs. Kiel', of the Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Hospital, In and Mrs. Elbert Green and all ... f>f(f88.noOIV"I..rk.HlntyXlx. ThouwniltiolUr. .l KumKina Service TMErlC'S NO MATCHPOH

I I ; AARP Chapter Jacksonville Mr andi: Mrs. utendrd church .aervlnea: at .System ItHVentl fliitl'l',. lint, ll I electricity. in the PuAMELESS
Regular Admission! eliaitL It was' good to ere Mrs Daisy Hodges/ are occupying the Maxvlllet Baptist\ Church. iMnunrv I I. I+*5, niMturlnir' in *ttvram ". horn t tI a<-turf\\
Fun/ Prizes! md Surprises Claude Orecn IIKH Ihriiiivh. //J/I'/ '.. nvluxlv
house
Hall while Mr. 31%
Mrs. cheaper
Nell GraY++on. Sunday night visitors at ... bearing. IntereM than a
SATURDAY 1 1.cntnR.siscopE And 11rsfarfUel.te! / Orennan }lodges/ Is stationed with the <.,. 'Iii.. l-M'tl' rat.at*. .paynh not K.mllnir '. I just 10 yvitn ago.

OCT. :30 able to he out and about after U. S. Navy at Cecil Field. I Hflnl, .,IMinilllllV. I'll .Ifirtlllliv' I .I lirllulv ) -e:;;
,
Double) Feature considerable illnesses of the Mr and Mrs. Albert Northof berries now line the highway .' I, .u 'min' p''rti'< sitar rtrlittlon .
Program < ,. or Maid| | l FL11,1
1."cI.| ii
past several I Jacksonville' thebh.th adding a lot of color to the !I > ihiti 3 1111ER 1 tisllt, isu
< month MrJohn nnnouncs ''pliiln' 'il I In,, ,ill. .I'. til..."n Mini. all
flank DeaD sammy Hlmble Is I a new chapter member of a daughter born Sat approiirhrs to the Institution In. II.,. iirij, ilinic IIII.'UII mttH.O ilO.IO.1 .

to whom we extend urwt- urday. Oct 23 at St. Vincent'li{ .
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1:'"< m"77IJOODS"ROBIN"' aND II N NsgrAlitlaalwt I Iiing | Joey Troy Heatherton Donahue I Farmer's Diary Here are the reasons you should




CROSBY r Y ''i'9ASALLENADAL& \ Barry Sullivan By Ran Moftarrvy

IieagINlXNIiBIlaw the change!! and woiu'er what

W'K oca t tams' iaatrt a PC PR1JIImIt! *\iln- has brought/( it about.

raicuR":& imsm'' (EEOM! wm[ eim, ttMyeloodRuns I 00. VOTE FOR 4
LANES
But' this. year for the first

rigs Cold" time we've had a Confederate i

aQh rcwe bloom freely, and tile

rV II coloring: from white In eal'lyml'nlnJ *
USER nuU1/IS Nrr<>m WAIfNfIlIlRO" I ( ( to a deep rose color /7rfte
tIme/ is
.,--_'. .,...rr J' bv| nightfall Is one of the now. Florida faces an emergency which roaches info
--_ t_,. ., magic every
No. 3 / transformations( of the

plant) kingdom. Incidentally corner of our great state and affects the lives and
The first cool well-being of all of
weather of the Wo
the us.
SUN., :MON. TUES. I I one we had In the backyard
ecasoii blew In last] weekend where it wa shaded did must bu/fd/ now an adequate I'
OCT. :31
-NOV. 1, 2 knocking the temperature not do well; we put another primary system.

down 20 degrees or more and out In the full sun and It has

serving notice that chilly; bloomed( profusely tills yriir Hay on Burns
IT'SBACKI spells! are coming up. It wma I Governor'e

about 50 at our place but our All those who have labored

/ I 111p Indoor outdoor( thermometer to build up the Mil) for the Here Are The Facts
has :
quit being accurate and glowing of vegetables will -
appreciate
p! Is now making only a guess.
this story: It seems a
t / I man In Eiwland< who workedfor Q Wi11 there b. a regular primary "'9 )way program In oodT! It
Some
I rainy and foggy years In enriching his lion to the Highwalmpro".nt Program?

: I weather ]last week helped the vegetable patch was. rewarded" Q Wised r. lite Highway biprovtmtnl Amendment?
berries and we have
Idcn
on with
the PI'lzewlnnll1produce./ AY. If the Highway 'Improvement Amr fm.nf ft '
r PERKINS'MIIES[ I growers welcomed the cool But then he had to approved1
SB move and ,.
N .' I still would b.
en estimated
; snap over the weekend as the, what did $43 million In each of the
he do?
Why he mov. A Nunbar 4 on lh. Nov. 2 fcoITof. ".xt 20 for
It year
I provides for $300 construction of( other
1 one thing a /
young plants critically-needed highway
EIlIGH[ ( I I11T can'tstand ed his garden-all 40( tons of J
million bond haw under
,/ SUN., !MON.( : TUES. now Is hot weather because It, to his new homrsitel I to comhrwcl 1,241 mils of new, four-Ian the primary system. I It

.'o;' :;"/ I IWEn. OCT. :31-NOV. I 1. 2 plastic mulching! in Unit 5S I Volume major rout Improvtmvnta. Roads w.r.selected l on lh. basis of traffic I

Ij j case softy hazards, condition of preHnt facility
puts the plants on a hot Today with arM onomic
Double Feature Program griddle. our amazing considoration and other .,,'fluene, rating factors Mttcnbtd \
THRU SAT. I earth-moving machinery such I Florida Highway Cod.. by lh 'Q! Wit Irteie programs &. aecMnpTitnea' n 0 fncr aM Tn

NOV. :3, I, 5, fi a feat Is not at all out of rra- t ta. u,?
Pecan prices were low ut the son. The i
new<< ) Holiday Inn Is'
Doul) >le Feature Program Love Is more than a good night kiss! opening sale! last week but a !good example. One I
day
MGMRiowoCHAMBERtAlN Market Manager Phil we A nicer ..p.rt (fit ifate' gevtrnmenf Ossur.It FtorJ:.lif can *
Cronk- Q ,
went _
by there
and! U wall the,; Why Is this an
? me.t its
\ I i I hlte says this was cVue
0 a lirES.xaa fart that growers were for the tie In the way of vegetation( ,, by.approving. the Highway'- Improvement- Am.ndrn.nt. _

I YVnnMlMIEUXMT I with most part sample testing' offerings the market except for brush! and weed*. [I A Crowded fwo-Tono' roads are the major ttnnn ror mounting -

l ,4I ever. gOO<\ nuts, Curtis How or had And been soon afterward the place ( traffic accidents, injury and d ath. In addItion, an imm.diat. Q

I s Stuarts, brought transformed, wlthtstately tnulti-laning program i fs sivnlial to Florida tourism. Industry and Who U the '
only :31 to 23 palm. swaying gently(! tni ins. B.caus. of i odily- oorir supporting Highway Improvement Afli r Jm" .nl?
I 9 construction and
cent.
a ,
pound and that does In the pght-of-way
wind, and the landscape
costs
,w. cannot afford
to the
I not speak well for the balance delay program. _
finel,
transformed
with a ] A The Florida l ,lotvir
of the Ift'a..on. gi endorsed l the plan ovfwh.lslinyly."
"
Plus' i JOYINTI I' .. lawn and ornamental. plants, I by a *of. of 35 'to 8 in the Senate and 91 to 19 in the r u.e.

.. I The few sugar cane patches! Much the same thing has Q Why cant lh.,. highway) b. built under |ht In addition, the program ho* the full support of' GOY. ieriw, 1ft.,
present lriglt
Frontier 100ft. S'ot. !toad
Board
'yaC Adventures! have put on a lot of growth been Cone with highway beautification way program? "* ut recently and seem\ to be five different governors and the present Stat Rood IAard.I./.b.eI.
mneoLoi* racing and one I
outstandttvi
) LT I the frost Wor tfoo 100 leading newspapers, Chombers ef disc
w Is coming Cnne-grlndlng time Instance that comes to mind la I ArTi. are not and n.v.r will b. 'fiei.nl' i funds f availablo and safety organizations throughout Florida - DISNEY up; but like a lot ofothl"1' along SR-100 west of Starke. th. else hay, endorsed the
Pius/ things t the nuking of That section enact has present financial **fvp. The Stot Road Depart program, a's have a number of' city and county governments.VOTE .
"- \ pretty now approximately $55 million r
'J remaining 'for
DOROTHY i syrup Is largely primary highway
FESS a
thing of thepast and with the years U will be construction each after
year administrative _
McGUIREand'PARKERY In Bradford County. till int.nanc. and matching >
i iI more attractive. funds
expenses are dductd. A
u i onrvariv "tilaat. shows it
I -- 1 Would r* I a Alice primary
has sytm to standards.
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OLwL D BRIGITTE BAROOJ an nn el trumpet But the best example Is over up

1* MARCELLO MiSTROIAKNI shrub that a few years ago: at the State Prison. when

I '*VERY PRIVATE AF FAIR' had peach-colored blossoms; years of work have transform .
.racHNicoccm*.. S mOle than a toot In leruttlt. ed what could be a drab place I CITIZENS COMMnTE I ,FOR-l mSHWAY PROGRESS 1.tt

...--- ., '". Last year tl'll'Y"re\/! ten-color-1 I Into attractive nunxmndlruis
-- V. 1Wttft\ tilj T
vci.
IJ I- and thta
year they ate An
extensive display of pyr "I
wlUle. \V. ,
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THURSDAY. OCT. 28. 1963 BRADFORD COFNTV Tri.FfJRArit. ......... FLORm.i rAnI!: TrttirrrrwCarnival


( Starts Fraser Advises 'I' Henderson were Aces High I have ;just returned from Rainbow during the school year 'r Honor RollAnnounced Dvbra: Sparkman. Dorothy Mrs. H. T Smith. were over to

With Parade KEYSTONE I owned I by DtDonald M.Chrlstofer Farms in Fort Le.wnt S. Come out and support the Nelson, Biu-bnra Farris Laurie \ Wohint Springs to spend
Area To Plug *. and others trained C. school. Help make this: endeavor For Beam. Hal Elsenacher and the day trienoa and rela

[ Saturday P.M.The Its AdvantagesSecretary HILITES at the Lake Point Farms. Mrs. \V. H. Allen and Mrs.V. a success. First Period Patti McOlave. From the sixth tives.

ON TilE MENDP. Y. Crawley visited Mrs. School News grade are Beth. Jackson Bill Mr. and M. Nick Simmons
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Keystone Heights PTA of the Florida:: C. Mabry Is convalescingat Fred Moody, In Hawthorne last Report cards were receivedby Keystone Heights Principal Mcldrum Cindy Scales: ,, Susan of spent the week.

I Halloween Carnival will beheld Senate and former State Senator (From Preeecding Page) hi* home. following surgeryin week. the students last week.! Joseph B. Benson has released I. Baker and Paul Lelno end at their camp On Saturday -

Friday! starting with Edwin a. Fraser. of Mac the J. Hillia Miller Health Mrs. !Marcia (Martin of Crescent Basketball tryouts were held the list of the Honor Roll students Making honorable mention while they were here.

'. street parade at 1:30: p. m clenny. spoke before the Key men In uniform In nearly 201 Center at Gainesville. The City recently visited her lost week for the girls basket for the first six weeks are Cynthia Turknett. Christine Virginia's brother. Virgil MeMlchen -

and costume: Judging at the atone Heights Community years. If the leave come thoufthtfulnen of his many son-in-law. and daughter Mr. ball team. grading session of the 1985 Baker Mark Kieffer Kim came over from

city park. Church: Men's Club at a dinner through as planned. The ranks fiiende during his hospitaliza- and Mrs. Clarence Holden. The MeJrose PTA' held a 66 school year' Larsen James Sellers. Tommy Oalneavllle also picked the

General chairman for the meeting Monday eveningin of the Keystone collegiates tlon was appreciate. by Mr. :Alias Pam Pellicer of Palat- .regular meeting and initiation Two high school students' Bell Kevin Baimon. and Gene Simons up and; they went t

affair are George E. LaRue the educational building of have been greatly diminishedby Mabry. who is reported to be ka spent Saturday with Misses ceremony for Oreenhands made all A's for the period: Btuflngtoix. from grade 2. Green Cove Splngs to vital. Lea

and Bill Belote. with Mrs.i the church. the large group of volunteers neatly Improved. Shelley and Betsy Holden.I Thursday night. Boys being Lynn Henderson grade 7-A. Linda Moody Bret Cole and Beasley, who la confined to

i Georgia Murrhee in chniv-i of Prefacing his topic. "What anj! there are, several BAZAAR TIME NEARING I Mrs. Lois William. is In the Initiated were Claude Dull. and Deborah Knight grade 10. : Christine Brok... grade 3' the hospital there. Lea I from

; food and Everett Fox. char Florida Is Doing: for Its Sen- others who expect to be called i Mrs. R. N. Sunderland. Medical. Center In Gainesville, Robert Fish. Rickey Oarmon On the honor roll makingall I Susanne Heptinatall, Debbie Keystone Helht and II one

I man of the erection crew. lot Citizens." he recalled his eoon.WOMAN'S. chairman of the Keystone Mr and (Mrs. B. E. Kelly Emory Hlirhsmith. TImmy A's and B's from grade' 7-A Ritch and Letha Metcalf., of the hunra Involve in .

Twenty-one booths will be first attempt at politics .when CLUBBERS Community Church Bazaar : Sr. and ''Mr. and Mrs. Bj B. Hubo<<. Steve Jenkins. Cliff are Nathan Bruce William grade .4; Melanie Homer, Nan. wreck recently.. group from,

I featured this year including a at the age of 20. he campaigned ATTEND DISTRICT MEET has notified\ us that many exciting : Kelley Jr and daughter Cindy Kirk. Victor Kutosa. Charles Dry Vanessa Mllllcan. and cy White and Brenda Sue this area had started on a

f bowling alley. fish pond. bottle for the legislature on a Six members of the Keystone articles are being gathered pent latrt Sunday in Silver McOuffey. Milton Parker. Donna Sparkman. From 7-B i MAthis. grade S; and Johnny hntnl trip t Wyoming and

I toss bean bag tons! penny platform which included the Heights Woman's Club for the bazaar which will Springs.Mr. Marshall\ RO I"IIOI1. Billy Webber are Mike Valldejiill. Vicky Vaddlejull. Kim Bonner, Peter I driving In the mountains -

(pitch. coik !gun rhooting Raillery advocation of "woods burn- attended the meeting of,District be held on November 17 from and Mrs. Grant Rath- and Gary Webber. Byrd Debbie Cromer Patsy Morgan and Martha MlzelJ. a tire blew out and part

punting ,green turkey inI(." This. he explained. was r Five of the Florida Federation 9 a. m. until S p. In.. with hammer have returned from a Following the Initiation a Duhamel. Kay Guernsey and grade 6.lNDIAN. of the crew found themselveafllylrwc

[hoot, frustration booth. Jr.- to enable moonshiners to have of Woman's Clubs held luncheon served from noon two week trip to Chekehwkee hamburger supper was enjoyed Diane Paredes. From 8-B are, without the benefit of

[6r Citizens' game booth. fire a clear avenue of escape from I last Friday at Paradise Point until 2 p. m. There will be a JI" &. by the SO members and Deborah Hawrs,, KAthy Hlnclc, I ,.... .............., ail airplane!

(engine: ride. house'of horrors. revenue. This platform was I Resort In Crystal River. number of booths this year Guests last:week of !Mr\ and guests present A special and Leon Triest 8-A Includes Mrs. Edna Kinchen spent

ring toss pistol shoot wheel of later reversed with the coinIng \ Representative of 18 senior with displays tempting to both Mrs. R. 1cuer\ Included thanks goea out to Mr. Wilbur Blllye Sue Inklebnnrer. Roxanne :< BEACH the weekend with he slAter

1 fortune. country store whiteelephant. of maturity. and he ultimately clubs and seven junior clubs the palate and pocketbook.This Mra. A. J. Thomas of Starke: Klnard for cooking the> ham. Ketch Stephanie Bliautiluvway. [ and bl'th..ln-law. Mr. and

PTA fool booth. assisted, the county were present!! at the meeting Is a wonderful time to Mr. and Mrs. U A. Wynn of bumers for the supper. and Pamela Tomes. 1 (Continued O Next Page'
Rotary Club hamburger and sheriff in stamping! out moon- and heard the State Presidentof stock up on Christmas gifts Hampton. J. M. Williams and Other guests! present for the In 9-A are DIAne Chapman I| (Lake Santa Pe)

wort drink Lions Club shining activity. Fraser said. the FFWC. Mrs. Msrk W. so come early. Initiation and supper wer Deborali
booth. I daughter tail: Mljs Wtldon of tnklebariten and Gina Mrs. Jjik F. Miller. Sr.aaaa.sa.A .
hot dog booth. and Clay CoOp Defining the work; "politicIan' Enunell. of Gainesville], speak VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! Waldo: and Mr. and Mrs. Wei. Harley Kiik. Harley Dull andOrover Massa. 9-B tiwiudta Gary I Area
coffee booth. as a "good man." he spokeof on "l''>"ow "Li the time." VicePresident All of you who are.for eligible don and daughter of Gaines Matchett I Letoto Sharon Biannon Lynn AAAAaaaaAAA&A4A Keystone

Children participating in the hlmaelf aa a statesman. of the Federation. the privilege will again yUle Don forget the PTA Halloween Jordan and PatrIcIa Cox spooky hello to you all for Church Services

parade and costume judging rather than a politician whose Mrs. Albert Huthv of St. have the opportunity to exercise Something has been added Carnival to be held Orate 10 Includes Owen Baker this week I Aie moot of you ..s

are askedl to assemble' at the duty is to acquaint the people Petersburg gave an sddress your right si a citizen of to Melrose. A new self Saturday Oct. 30. at Melroxe Sharon Brown Jackie Godwin. busy with U..lluwl't'n. ptepnra- -

fire house at 3:45: p. m. and of FlorIda with the conduct of entitled "So You are Startinga this great. nation on Tuesday service laundry was opened High School at 5 p. m. There Danny l Hlnck, James. McCultou tlontl as we me', Jack will tm

Judging will be In four categories. the legislators. New Club Year?- Each clubrePl'nW There Mould be nothing ]las* week next \u> Fords grocery. will be a clown plenty of food h. and James Wlldt. From busy with the food counter at -B..,tl'"t

Including pre-echool. Fraser referred to the growth gave .a> report on which should be so Important The laundry'Is ptenently& booths pony rLteis. a costume the 11th grade ate Terry KIng the Melixwe PTA carnival this Pint BpUt Rev. J D.

1-3 grades. 4-6 grades and 7 of Keystone in the years the accomplishments of the to you to cause you to abuse open from 7:30: Inj the morning parade and Jut about everything Susan Bird. Patti Brannonand Saturday: and In the mean. Boweti pastor: Ralph Copeland -

Si 8 graces. Three prtaea will Once 1936. and spoke of the past; year and plans for the this right or fall to enforce It. until 10:0.t: ( night with ele ImAgInable. I Nancy Ktamtbury. nth time, I must net my little organist.

be given In each' category the planned Improvement of Hwy. current year, and talk were Let's see ths bixgest. turnout plans to eventually have It I CHt'RCH NEW grade! honor students. are Llud "Hhoat" Joan ready for her Worship rlct : Su,.,..

most like Halloween. the prettiest 100 through the town. which also made by other state junior ever for Keystone area for open :34. hour a day. Automatic Precbyterlanretnilar Anthony, Jane McMurtry. exptfte t fun. We, do nut approve 11 A. m.. 7:30: p. m. (nursery

and the scariest had been slated for an earlier and senior officers this very Important. election. washers ant;!! dryers are, The' monthly ....1..1.l I Putt! ShovKhnesjiy and Norm or trick or treat In its openl. Wednesday 7:30: p. m.

Tickets are now available at date. but delayed because of Among the more than 100 I This will determine how you available. This will be. MR l lowehip\ dinner will be held i Valldejull. UMMil ,iiiennlnM* so this year Sunday &-h 9:49: a. m.

Belote's Drugs for the prize right-of-way\ problems. women present were the following ) 'tolliu-s an spent In the years help to residents who pie Friday nlllht! at 6:30: at the On the Honorable Mention an u" allow our c hlldl pn to In. t tnumery openl Training UnIon .

drawing. which wUl be held Advertise. Area << from Keystone: Mr*. I to come!, end It Is up to you to vlously bad to. take their I: church.' Itat are Gall Hlckman. Nancy ull.. 1 pleiuw bear In niliul the 6:30: p m. (nursery opnJ.I

Saturday at 8:30: p.: m. Prizesare He strongly urged the peopleof J:,hn C. Bird. president! : Mr. determine how many and how washing to Keystone or I Speakers for the eveningwill Naplevi. and ChrIsty Newman "turn about" method we use.

on display at the drug Keystone to set up an Information : Sarah H McDonald: Mrs. A.II. .j wlwelv.. .they are soent Gainesville be, Mn and Mrs. Fred. Bev 7-A; Larry. Mlniiledoif, 7-U; If you ran ulaivl my conking. _CalWIeSt.

atore this week.!' Participating bureau. Chamber of Lawse.: Mrs. Ralph Griffin UNDER! TilE WEATHER Mr. and Mrs. W H Allen mace missionaries with Wy. William Baker. JoAni Men-I, T C.. J.rr.f f and Juan. plun tomb Wlio FT. Tm

merchants are from Keystone Commerce or similar organization ; Mr*. Alma Frost; and la Nelson I Mrs. Herbert 1 spent last weekend wkh relatives Cliff Tra Mia tors. They will son. Gall ClnUtoffern and DIane -!,, the treating If you will, K..ly. pi last In ; Mr.

Heights. Starke. and Gaines to acquaint interested Mrs. Owen Bakr.EYE was recently admitted to Al- In Quincy. I tell of tliotr work In Peru presently Davis, 8-A. Kerry I IShacklefmrt. "rt-tieat'' '' thualy several E.: A tjurun.orccjUot.Sunday. .

ville. persons in the desirability: of WILL ROSTER aohua General Hospital in Duplicate Bridie Mr Bevannee U studyIng .. 8-H.: Jeff Hiills., uwks aim>. you may rvuteiubi-r. j M..M.. : 9:13: a. m..

SPECIAL AWARDA of the area trom a business Five additional parsons Gainesville, and expects to be Winners last ....k.t the for hU doctorate at the i Diane HMU ant Debbie, Klngn- mir editor wrote iso. article! foe Vin alone S to 5:30: ( p. m. each Sat.urday

special award of .:23 will standpoint as well,as a resIdential from Keystone have signed as mere for several days longer, Melrose Duplicate !Bildxe' Club University.Mr& bury. 9-A.: Marshall Gallop aixnit helping a filei\ii' of I

be given to the high school one. He noted the donors to the eye bank sponsored ANNIVERSARY: wereMrs.I Gay Lrvlnaaton and Frances.. Pylo will be In and Helen Doyle, o-u: Leslie, inns In PiNnxMH. Well w. .halll Novena' aivt lelUonI.MldIY. $

class which contributes the proximity of the city to large by the Lions Club of CF4.EBRATED: Mrs. Ray SUrnes, lat place: charlie of the dinner' Beam. Dorothy IlaitlenbemhJi.l fiKeirot\ Usual help l lilt Hope\ 7:30: p. m.

most effort towards maklnc residential< centers and stated Florida with the following Lat! week Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Emory Cooper and Mrs II*p tint, Roxanne Viilldejull.. 10.: lUveu UiU war lii ,It'to'r to -In'.r'.menln.Uon.1Cummlny'

the carnival a success. An additional that many persons would pre pledges being obtained by William Simeral celebrated his 1'':. P. WrIght 2nd,, place: Mra I The Melro0 Girl's AuxUlary Stefan Brokaa and Elnlne'Lovorn : help these> F)1'111'1\', rhlldieu.W Church D.

$25 award will also be fer to Uve in Keystone and Ja/nra C. JacksonAnn: FKraust birthday with dinner at the Thelma Fry and 1\rra. W JGrollck will be' IxJdU<< to the Santa Fe II would like to treat you C. Holt, minister: Mr.

given to the blab school class, commute to their places ofemployment. James S. Jack-on. Mrs. Park Lane Restaurant in 3rd place. : Mrs. Ray I O A. Association Thurtitiay M.KMr.NTAKV: : :: .HTI'OKNTH with a !Htimtie .of sinne soul IT George Caiiova, organist
the EMythe a Jackson and Earl ] Oelneevllle and were later Oct. 28.t 8-30: ( m The wlU lit turn give then
winning Halloween windowdecorating1 I He. drew attention Becker and Mrs. Phil Kromcr. p. On tliee, tVlnclpat'a" List you MtUKiay% Schonl) 9.30: a.
contest Windowsof to the potential of the area Horace' MHck. Jr: Lion OU 1|j surprised by. visit from .4th place.: meeting will be for all DAm In making all A's are. Darrcll children aon.e:: iinall change In Ntornlitg Worship, 11 m m

four local merchants andi front topographical and KU
businesses will be decorated by standpoints. and envUlortrd Elrod a* a donor Orlando. Mr and! Mr. Unrter- Melroee.I Waldo and Rex OA's will bf In charue of the trr KeU'h, grade 3. and Steplt. rmttoit, to a crippled" child who -r"pl: & rooal

the 9-13: grades as entries 1> great strides In the Any person who wMies to be I i|I WOod and< Mr and Mrs Mc. were hot to the County program Smile Ilannlnter and Donald mlnht otherwise.. not net a St. Anivrt's Rev. W. W.
the contest.All Included among the gr wing Ctlntock *nr$ sun Robert I Methodist chaitr for braces... W
growth of the livestock and who Council meeting of.the Irnrne Meldrunt. made S. are WomUll. vicar: R. O Cop*.
numbers to this humanitarian !! shared eupner and birthday The Adult Buwlay School : hiau lug frum, FJli: < I I. Y C
!persons regardless of .lIeot' poultry industries hereTorte makers Club 'In the Mel roneMettiodlst I The first glade honor roll rm f
school affiliation are invited Ate" I cause !I. asked to. contact cake with them Church educational j I Cla*.. met' Wednesday night list Nancy Nlckell. Vivian I fun reuulaily and she atkel! I II "wi.Meaning OI'I\t. Prayer Ber

to participate;: In the carnival Remarking that he had. been George Schaeffer. 4734127who On Sunday the Aimers I building last Friday. Oct 20. with Mis. A. J. With. Sellers. Duilene. RnuleriMm I U be lememliered. to all you I .n
2nd and 4th Sunday,
LaRue states that the asked to speak on the topic of will explain' ail. details of 18th anniversary former Key.. Mr. Jack J1e>vn...*. lat vice I .rapuon a* hostess. Halloween Bret Ilannon. Omar Vallde Iiiiilan, Iteach frIend, who she tntn.0:30 I I
nursery
: a in.
diversity of the booths will. appeal what Florida wah doing for trx pnwrnmOOLF -. tonin Roy Browning now of, piealdent. Pine Grove open decoration! were used.There t. jull. Janice Methvln Pnula t las .rea..1| about. In a cllpplniiI I F.iichailt: and sermoM on.1Huly

to all age and tastes, I its senior citizens he stated TOI'RJliiEY RFSri.TMThe Satsuma and t \m Eleanor ed the meeting Mra. McSwine. will\ be> a Halloween Mathls LUu. Benson< Cynthia I have Kent her Ho threw lat and 3rd Sundays, USO: A.
fourth meeting of the Johnston
ITFMS NEEDED EARLY that he could not answer thatquestion of Swan lake Join. County Homemakei" agent party Friday afternoon> for the Mliujlej.n-ff.:! Htephcn Ithoden hoatly"' Millers will r* areliiu, I M I I
since eight weeks mixed bent-ball ed Mr and Mrs Atm ral for younger children of tli* you .aiiiunii, Kalkowrvnaikl nursery open Cuh,1'lool
Food and bootJx, .chairman I l forthrilh gave a talk to those present and Timmy Meek From grad 0:30 A. M "Holy <
tournament at Keystone Golf an ,
Georgia Murrhee! has a...ked Flotlde was doing much for all 1 anniversary dinner During She had as her guest Wilbur 'I church fiom 4 till S p. m.YowigM.r. :2 ire Hori-y Wagner MhantionFacer : our. Irumble thankatMr 8 a. nv each bwtclay.I ."

that all parent who received I! Its citizens. He noted that and Mrs.Country Ray BLames Club whining saw Mr. first serf:: I I I Onrfon the evening Baker Mr ar* Mm Farrell County Amnt who .. a.. urged to wear Klmbeily CroUer. .. Jo Stramlberg" called, I Ch.IA.KvenlnPrayer; 7:30: P. M.

the note sent by their ehiIdrnregai1n \, ther..were. more than ISO governmental place with a net score of 30: < Mr and Mrs.of Lake Genevand aim gave. a talk costume. Frank halley Karen Tanner.' tail/ till, iniirnliiii to tell me I each! SumUy.' BYC. d.:') P. M.

donations of food I, agencies In this Mr. and Mrs. Lon Rushton'second enas Joined F-rldle Card A buoiaen* meeting follow.ed I Joanna Knepprr BradleyOentieliher of a very nice weekend, she .,..h Hiindi.&y.Ikilly .
please return them. to the I state assigned to giving serviceto with.31. and Mrs. Jean bration. them for the ce).. and officers for I IBfiO were Grade 3 Ineludes prric In Oimond tteacn with office of Morning

school. as early as ponslble the citizens of the state. Baits and Wally Muhlhofer VISITORSThe rhooen. Tliey w.e'f01!' ; President' ARE TERMITES Joseph Kicks, Anita Mennen.Terena I ,hei,. d.uflh..rInti. _.".In.law. and Iv.fla Prayer. 8.00 A.

She aim requester that the 1 and paraphrasing the late third with 32 The tournament BUI MJ-S. Jack Bevllle. OarnenvIIIe.: ..a IT I"". Danlt Mr and .Mr darn," Bittltr. Jr M. suet 8:00: P M"

white elephant and frustration President Kennedy's' words he t Is held on Sunday aftenraenswith timtm' Warrens have as lit vice-president, Mrs. 0 R': DESTROYING I man. Timothy .Head, 8parll.1 aiiii. family This nice trip wa
booth are still in need of Item said "It Is not what Florid. ruat thl* week$ his Frazier Alachua. 2nd vice- Stewart. 11'..... possible by the Mmuiiht -.b't.r..

and old dishes and glamware can dO for Its senior citizens holes participants of golf playing nine I I and brother Mrs and aUter-ln-la Mr president. Mrs Chancy Woods 1 YOUR HOME? I! From' the fount) grade are fjlnea. of Ml..*. Hlraiwltterg' Faith Presbyterian Church

All food should be brotuchtt I but what they can do for Florida In the second round of the I Clifton Forge lIonIWa".t'n.. of Hague; Secretary' Delegate FREK Debbie Matlienv, Loris 1)1&. / vrandtbtiwhtei, (tkittla. she I.a la -nv. J IL Newle Jr.. mln-
to the food booth ." Va. who ar Mra. Ken Durrance, MlcsnopyAaalstant I hainel Hu/ette lleptlimtull. student in TaUaluuiM a"d! later. 11''*. Call Bwtaher, mm.mr .
In the park \todies Past President' Tourrv rived Tuesday '
j
not later than 4:30 ( Fraser stated thai a person to spend a por flecrelary DPIf'I.te.Mra. INSPECTION Christy Jonen l HOl'l' I',*ITDurlene cam* by on her way home, ortiaiilatItkilkard Bchneberiar -
: p. m. Sat- sment. held last Thursday' tion of their .
urday ItemA for the Is old only when he ceases being y..aU elephant
whit -' Mra. Harold Sutton lej:! the alone.
and frustration booth a functioning member of nine-hole group with a 75 n.t'' urer. Mr*. J. B Stiickland.. Pt3tCiDwt Carolyn Jordan Clues' If' Ctirlat and 1 they all nloyrrt "wxii I busts) 9:4: $ .mMurnmg .

may be sent to the school or i* his community and advised his for the two rounds and Mr -I Kanapeha. I I offer Patricia Naples. Orel'. time touether tlvere" Oil 'llte\ WwWilp II a. m.

brought directly to tile carnival !-I listeners to "apply their talent I E. T Martin was second wtth j I MELROSE Luncheon was .served' and 539 E. Can 964-3965 chen Newman sewS llrucei day l of laat week, Mr, fltraiul." 8tuwlay. {Nursery open both
by the above to the task and the re.sporwiblUty. the meeting adjourned.) Braiinon. tirade 1 S Includv "berg and our c.It..1 iwinhu lioiir I
In U-hott
hour. ,78 the group; the
I I and forget .,e.", Club represented besides
i leader was Mra Ty Oarbev'. ; I __ "' A -: I:!f __ -. --d oo w.clr'I, .
He of several membersof the hosts Forest' I
spoke f were: Grove -- --- -" ----- .n-
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Civil Defense with a net' of I4.. Mr*. E. FI I From Prseeatfing Page)
the governing bod lei, of GalneavUle. Ha high

Meet Set For Florida' who are advanced In I I Mra Aiken Arthur second Ketch with 141 and. Mrs and fr..n
Clay Courthouse years but tremendously' active: I E. P. Menaen tied for third I ot ,Iumbu.., Orua are au... Lake Forest. Mlcanopy, Pine I AREABUSINESSDIRECTORYI I I

<, in their work. He said that theyesle I with 140 The final round will | of Brig Can. and Mr.. 1"ha.I. Grove. and Spring Drove.14h11e .

of retlrment shouW be a I i lit, Kruowr t.leahant: $ :w.._ _
be Mid I
Preparations for a National tIm. when nvrrt should determine next ThursdayA Mrs. (.: N_ The ......_........ ._ ?ff_.3fTf. .'.frl.fr 5SW'3iiJ .i"Jt.. 'j atSiwiriTTiTEIrf. TvrES3TrBirT... m3l 53ri. TSR_. MBflC .
Civil Defense Alert.. during the Blind Hole Sid Tournament urge of Palatpent While Elephant Thrift 1. -- -'-- -...-_ ----.- -- -. --- -

week of November 8. will be- their talent cultivate1theTa. I II I was also heij concurrent 1, ha a few days. with Mrs.lmwhetn Shop will be open for bualnena I AUTO SAI.KS: AHKHVICKReplicars : : CHAIN !SAWH
and make their 3letoreyrt.a.Seoot.rusStreit's
I con- 1 with the! PrftIkJeat..oumf'Y\ M Uon recently: on November If In Mr P'oid'iold .
completed at ameeting, of all [ I AUTO SAI.KS: & SERVICE:
trtbutlon to society rather Jof N. N....
Wilkinson of grocery store on Route 29
on Thursday with the winnerbeing
organizations In the Clay A. & J. Saw
than waiting for someone elaej i iI I determined by a I Orate mpmt tile _..k..1| with Meanwhile a removal... la Inc. Bicycle Shop
,
County courthouse Inc.
?No .4. at 8 m Thursday j to something. for them. I,1 ln, of four hole.. from dr.-i!I b.r -.... Mrs. Nell l Koundtrea. being held at the old alrnpH Barkley Motors, & Mower Co. HONDA WC

Clay County p. has been direr-' Fraser was accompanied toj score* was taken. Winner with :I While here. she .Lt.,.....1 ..ke Sat.There TRIUMPH Imported. Oar Hparlall/N/ Je. An4m. Mrr.llomelll '. Caohmaa A Vea*>a Seeetar
the meeting by him. wife, andj i la the Gator Growl sod fMllvU- will be a bake sale
ted to participate in this exercise gmui score of It was Mrs. SPlAT S ME1UJEIEfl-hirNZ: : Chain Saw n..tl1Az.
I .
was Introduced by AnthonyI *< the UntverMty Saturday, Oct 30. In front of
by both the Federal and I,I I Baker of Keystone.Facts Alex Brokaa. with) Mrs A L ... and of Klor- the IHIXMAN A .VNBKAMOIVO A'IA.HO") SALEM A )RRRVtCn &Ord_- les'ws
DarUa. ajiso Sunday post office and Ford I
State Civil Defense Ray ,,I winning with a net awvhaa at S \ Repairs A Part All Maka # BICYCMHLockamith
Chance Clay Cbuntp director I| of It for the play the, eitaro. Bapttat Church Grocery from I 30 until noon. We .M..,*aHs, .* *. lIal.-r.rt. Uravely. Trarlar Maine. A 8fe W.t

of Civil Defer**. said the dlacuiwlon ;, AboutBRANFORD ..ft.:. 'ItU.OttIt.N r'RTIf: Mrm Fred A. Abell have The sale U ponaored by thej'i I SALEM m sntvrci 113 I B. H",,x>Old II t. CMIasavOl. .* -4re| ". rarrmat. AT-

will concern ,'vnnlr. M. Tent Herxlerwn.dauwhur just returned for the winter Methodist MVF. SB-l U th.lr' Faetery TralM> .Mesbanfri. 20H: N II.': Illvil flala..vtll* .'_... rft7711I'AINT
fire of Mr and Mrs. W'' from, iMUvu. W... nut fund-rakilng effort this TM. 171-MS IAUTOSALVAOK Phone. 372-a.Vlg
and I
pollen crwununlca- j School winner E. Hendenon. entrrtairre4't4atwdar Mr. and. ....... A M. Sehreibr yearV..mens I .. CLEAN: USED CARS Junt Off WakVi .Itoa4 & GLA&I
turns medical radiological" Information Branford Hhrh M1 N. MAIN
.
f evening with a PorHaUoween .- uf JackaonvUle" ClubCorurreaMnan .
so' arrlv$ !
skelter welfare. of of four
one game OsIaerIuPwtl I7I-4J7I '
( oluiCIf:i KTK: : PROflUCS
!
party for members) Thunrlay to upend a week Billy /
Red Crow and ether Civil De- far. will be Keystone Horae- Mat-I I
feniie requirements. coming opponent Friday (. of her eighth grade cla**. 'with Mr. and H.... J J Ifc.yU.Mra. thew sea guest S JEEP Liddel Pant I

Combat time :2O 00 Nineteen guenU' particlpacrd I Annie Tayor the regular enU-monthly THAT Glass
ntaht. of Aa-
It Is suggested that partilpanu A TOO .
| FeeaOy of 4 Wheel Drive P1
>- Branford only victory' wasa i In the fun. which Included a bunwiale. .to ylalUna, her, meeting of the Melroa Wem- | KTAX1XC
bring a note book and Paul's Auto SalvageWe rRuUVCe PAINTS
.. aravenger' hunt ttenring. and i daughter ..... sn's Club. WednMdey, Ort 30He RAJtHLKIlAmartoat
and ,
Mk questions concerning loaL 13-0 hilLier over .un, -IA.law. ... '|I ARE TUB Bni .. OUa. Muses Asses
reohmenta.. In the t'l ear Interesting. talk on' ..
I IBranford scavenger and Mr an
county state or federal Keystone has never 'ed'' I Kay Birt. Fmt rVonotny oa- Buy Wrecked. Cmi. At Edwards Building T.k rn.laar.M Sf .
"lYll defense.Family 11 hunt. the winning team nf Mm M.rte Kenwa) of Ja k- rime practical) aapwto of aronsri.amenu ...!.. sad. Marvtoe )a.,, Wlnde-ar Awalag -
four youncniers were awarded ....., work and how TOi" I'RICEH I Inc.
QUICK FACTS about Bran-1' YUI. and her *M.r Mrs L. Supply, Wallpapae .
tickets to the Keystone Drive- T Brrjwn Jr he arrive at dmrklons ,.. ;|Ridrway Motor Co. c.r. .
ford High.Wni recnly spent ( 714 .. ... -..
Night I In Theater. 12 big "legislative matters .ard'j Ail )Id.. M..t..k feed .aII"JUl. 'r.C t..u
: Ha Umr' 13-0 day tn the a.noay .Moun- !i "" rut lit Bt.
Another party siren the tain at was a question and answer I 1123 II. Maid Farts 8tn
Suppes-At I tones Newto-rry 2'1.13.1| HewUraunvule. N CMra o ll
< AI!IU.31-IU
same evening was that held W period' with many quentlona 0&bMwY. I71-I41I fAKIKN; ; ,
by .
36-13. Jsaper I3-T BCn
Faith Church- Greenville >ty r of Went- T....,.. H-rvlr" .We Will Hm.I"I.lr.
LOCATIONBranfard.. FU the Mimes Terry and Pamela | fte""M. N J. arrived, nur..s.,1 pertaining to present day .- FI.ATINC
ENROLLMENT-! !' Inkletoaravr and Andrea L LThocaae for a vtail with rvlatlvea and problem at home and abroad B & G Motors Co. FUwl Lay Far Fee 7G..lu. -.
Johnson & Paris. Inc.
Faith Presbyterian Church j' at the Thomas r ILADILLAC <>LD' MOSUJISJALEn Ocala Chrome
OONFERZMHE' : : BuwanneelValley. offlce-l frkfiuJa In :W.I lruM. 'I I Harry Jackaon. Mro( HUti I7 -4slS)
on Highway' 21 I between>> Keystone .I Lawrence Blvd. The School .... MEHVICBFtfce
Class C7KNAMZ on 39i Jim history .her. and
I Ford Lin Inc.
Mr Complete Plating.
son of
and
Height and Mdroae. Buccaneers. ,' guraU partirlpaced In Uief f Mrs.. R. V Ford, left Thur I hie American' Htatnry Oa... I Selection.. e/ Used Oar 441 ... ...-. mock: Tail. 0
will hold IU monthly Family Takes On O.dll_ TrulaeSMI .EEU4rl.rFEaT'LIt. Ifk-kl. CtiromlOB*
and
were for
I COLORSBtue: and WhiteCOACH game dancing and were gueoU the program Cr.
; "
Nkrht supper at $:3O p. m. Foster Sheppard. '! served refreshments .by. the i' day h. for Memphis' T.nn. where part of the meetln; N. W. HUa. ... 441 5up Metal P'tnlalIflSCustom
will be
LatonJ at the I 1Iwr. fluffing
Friday. Oct. :39. at uw church. ''r-u-.dw1Nr Ux evening ; Lunch was served by the .

I In charge of the supper are Jr<4 RECORD: J-t I tied one). ,: lIO'40* neccivcn: : BrKETiiTOXE Naval John Air Station Chora. hmteatie*. Mr*. R W B ck.... PlIt'II'E 1..7111I Automatic Tn".1oa. 'W* R rlb Spreader ANTIQUE tT.EANI.HOn.VCK.
Allen
Mrs. Prances Pyle. Mn. AlbertVaruVetla. Hew to La Vg. 334 H With At*. RK4.HH. COPTER
: : eafEHTBI Mrs. W J DODGE DA.T
LETTCRMEN: 14 { Orouck. and Mlaai I -
.
and Mrs. H. R. r. for Ute weekend recentlyThe I II Ii 1 .. I'I t71-47t I Industrial Hard
BASIC OFFENSE.: T Form-" Dower Henderson reprtsenun Rutherford There wa DODGE TBCCK rHO'r Ur
Bamee Member are atked to Lake Pout Farms for I II I flight' WM pert of hu I II rod attendance with a numf City Automatic ) "tl" Fla UK .NC lad Av*. 0.
auon
ran Mra Pyle at 47S-SS03 for STRONG POINTS: Speed. which he la I Navy Rmrrv trauwng,. ,,f I bee of guert preterit"Nlave ......fa..... Vied __ Dial *..,11
further Information. I Aictue Yeoman to In Luca- ]' I.ADIKH WEAR:
Paasln. Running Attack entered at.tntn.er.mana.er'l I y n, Grand Bahama ULanda at I Aavtlv I Poole-Gable Motors Transmission Inc. ,TYlt.wumnsHancok: :
Mr and Mrs. Bevrna misnonarlea Greater,, Thursday, :M
OFFENSIVE DEFENSIVE:: :,I a 15'ig Oct at "JI, lit 8. E. let Av*. GaMUMrrUle
shoving f fbUco
(
Applianr ,
wttrk the Wycllff.I Hone mow. held In Btnnlne I *> m there will be "Jaw
personnel to watch: Don I I ; .. mad air a PI'O'll'E 17I-43U R.r A. r.ulaaa.. Cherry'sOauVMWllle' Office
Btbie Tranalatora. will tea[ of'Cheney !(211 I QB. KJm Milter ), '- Ala, Friday and Batijr.day. rr wlKkiner auction at M.I"Inch
Mr and Mm. Kirfewd Durbtn I Ir All Makes and Model EQUII53I
their work In Peru. Mr* B* 'not KB. Jutui Ftmrf flU and won els blue ribtyitM School Moat FSTfICoAIl
and daughter I*, ar. Tropical Pontiac TMLCKff A CABS Pul.
of TamP .
enaee will In native and the grand championship r The slave.
appear I I End. Bill Terry HB. Bay ScaribuTfh will* be member AddTa
I; I I <* 'POTK part of their" vacation Dyantxneter Pre-T e.e4vTOKK r 1..
costume. I ''Ml. OuariPrENnAL I Among the hone ridden by of the FHA" and YEA chapter 1 Inc.
The their i in Mrtraae" wtfk RIrIMI'd'arant.a DHrxHi.*-MIT*-COAT* Cisrv-'l'toe-T.t.sfls'
and
Dniuiwisra
WEAJCXE83.: : j I I and will be acid I to the highest
flee children: sr*.DOW Bring tnOameavUlp Lack of defensive drpU .- Mr. and Mrs. C W' bkld*r They ..tll work for TRUCK OMCh CTtPONTIAC" ; OL'AIIAMTKED. Adding Jr.hm. Calculator
.
)I4TEI1Y WEtS
Dvirbuw and a... .__. RZNTALflaalrenteai
and
&be1nd fAU>
wiQMr..Berenice.- Lat weetw win otrr' Hamilton srajoo. u&Uac ne Wielrwmfaiite-" OrtoWY H. | BCBrOET FLAM
.
.la workinr*n. ,...6.n nIP UtILe County 'B' give.* Key-. one up> on Branford '' 1-31). It fcenUwr-in-iaw. Mr and Mra )"..fima iU from the iurtkwi'h ."J'oalr"lo CAVE. TIMf-4Iaesee yew .
!It" n Mainilalaiairnie .
with flnl.SJS .
DnlTeraty of Iar4is." luuk* ruud' fur a Uxt gao.e C C Curey Mr aol Mra.Durtaa will. to .
Um
'
atune e J-4 recent mi far Uii ft two chapter Uibelp no N W Lh Ave OauvevtlU Main. .
I Friday. nl ht. Try to make it. and Mr mad MrsCutvy. finance their activities) 33-354) S7I-IIH W Uulvruy, CD'l moo SI.1.-4 Oaln M1I



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MAYFAIR((75 STAMPS WITH COUPON') GOLDEN CORK...........8 fOil $1 TWIN ROLLS. KLEENEX WHITE OR COLORS .
MRS. H. A. PHILLIPS, Lake City, Fla,
COTTAGE CHEESE .H39$
.. \ 16..CANS ROSEDALE PAPER TOWELS.3 fOR $1

CEDAR KEY LARGE LIMA BEANS.6 FoR $1 *
ROE MULLET. ] 15..CANS LYKES FACIAL TISSU E WHITE OR COLORS ..;
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FILLETS_M.....43C BEEF H ASH..3 FOR $1 FOOD FAIR PURPLE PLUMS OR FYNE-TASTE

JOHNS, Holly Hill, Flag. > PEELED&DEVEINEO IMP BRAND APRICOTS. 4 $1 l
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BETTY JANE ELY, Jacksonville, Fla.. SHRIMP-jus\ _.......-...?$1"! eREMNER'S ASST'S

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Madison, Fla. X ADOLPH'S INSTANT ELBOW MACARONI t%
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