Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01470
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01470
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
: Julian C. Yonge

; U. of Fla. Library History

J: iJJr a ry1Ji Oalnesvllle Fla.

.. .

f Hansen Given Ten Years In Knifing

wulkcj all the hoboes and wn.s told l that It attorney Wm N Avera of
Walking"" lied to Bradford County hospital 16! and \ way
Ronald Hansen 26 lesser charge was acceptableto "Keep waived his rUht,:
where she I't""plfh'lIt from here, through the StateIlli waN The iUieilffx offke !In Galneavllle
time of the( attack
At the
who stabbed his mother to the State. machine aid treatment and wa.releasd< l <>n, and thence to lake Staike was' notified and HiuiIl to a jury trial Upon examination

Coleman operator
Judge Putt Miss a
death 12 years ajo in an When asked by at Big: Dad Manufacturing a short time later Butler lie slept out ovrrulaht ." was plckt\l up about 2.30: : by Dr Wm. H. McCul-
n If he had anything to cay Jucksonvllle psychiatrist -
"jungle arriving In Lake Butler about p. in. Tuc.xlnyUfd.irril lash the
argument over a 1I.lI"f1Cit'd the scene
Hansen' Co. In was
In his own behalf declared Mm incompetent -
knife" win sentenced to Bald oin'y! that he asked for east along Call Street near Its tout'hhlg off un\ all nUht mans U'3i: a. m. Tuenduy .. ,>inpetntBused who had In 1933! Hansen
said that11.naen's tlutestliuuuy! ofps3'chlatists
ten in prison late Intersection with Water Stiectat hunt. participated in bv City Bradford deputies on
years) the mercy of the court"Judge Iluntciivu.s wa.s then Ian I October! declared
bUsteird.aiH.1 ,
Wednesday afternoon by ; Patten then passed" the lisht' plant She said police, and slifilffa deputies .
from the found mentally tnooimwUMil tonUiid competentThe
Biadford. Union anj t he WlIIIJI'e
Circuit Judge George L. Judgment: of guilt and senteu- that Hansen walking behindher from lengthy walk trial at the lltlS' fail court then adjudged

Y .+ o'' ft i y'r Patten. Once again a ted Han*'n to ten year "at grabbed her arm and" told Clay Counties UliMMlhounda. Called In Lake' Butler. Hansen Inquired tern of Clivult Com and was Hansen" not guilty of the 1953

knife was at the bottomof hard; labor" in the State Pita.on. |, her 'to "keep walking. When Bloodhounds from Union directions! to thebll" committed t to the State Ho/.pl- death of hU mother by reasonof
started to rN llt. Miss
'r lid (for It4w alai at Chnttuluxth )- humility at the time, and
Ilansen's trouble. Coleman laid Hansen pulled a County were"<' brought into action station where he piiirhaM-d I
Charted with assault with Just bffoie noon Wednes knife I described In the warrant after Hansen I won Muhted ticket to Jacksonville, : and wastold >c on .*..b. 11. 1)14! JII.llIl'" Patten entered! an order

with Intent to murder Clarice dsyltanacn hud been brought as having a S I 8 Inch on Highway 100 southeast of the next bus would tart On Miuih:' :J4. I0il3.; three! 1 11111\11 htm In the custody and

Coleman, 20. of Staike In an before County Judge T. A. blade) and Inflicted a ftab SUuke, by Deputy Hob Mvilck. leave until 3:19:: p m. He thenwnlko4 d..dol'! at Clultuhotx-lioe) 1e- control 1 of Clulstopher) D. Parker
Yawn where he! waived tilt to the courthousesquare t'I.II't-d. h 111to be mentally and l James Ulotxiworth
after woods
attack here late Monduy s wound about half an 1m'hdeep but ewnprti Into the
noon. Hansen wa arraUned In iltht to a pie'lmlnnry hearing under her left arm Her before he could 1 bed APPI't'wl\d) In lake. Hutlcr' and oat competent and he was
Circuit Court at 4 :30 p; m. Judue Yawn entitled I tits right hand was also cut as! 1 Mietumled <* The dugs!! lost the tiall.! down on the grass where he 1 on :May 3, 1'XiS\ and \ ," Tlie order stipulated
r1x ruse to Circuit Court and setIlatlsenb lVi> Albeit bi-ouuht hock! to Bt9ld, torch that Mans" n was to upend
Wednesday and. through Public with her attacker and however. as Hansen CRSciosje wus spotted by uly
Jr.. bond at 35000. severalplaclw "t'at. C\nmty to stud trial for !tin nlnlit-s. In the Bradford County
Defender R. A Oreen. grabbaj at the .i the highway In
apparently ,
pleaded !itullty of "assault with He was returned to countyixtl Since officers\ of the! two 12-vnii-old iniir.lcr of Ills! jail, irportliiH In At 6 p m.
to wait out the few hours! knife. dully, ant Ix'tiK> released each
-- had b..n'ol'klnl&. mother
Intent to commit niimsluunh- Coleman managed to He Inter told the ehcrlff'sofltce counties
Ronald Ilunorn hide fiue with arm, enterIng before beluii brought bark. to Miss from Hunvn and here that he made Ills iloNCly on the ciisr" BACH! w",,son In Dos.ceertlii bt-f01 I Circuit morning for possible employ.
terState the courthouse for arraignment away tti- the. alert. mid ,asked till'n.lln Jmltfo 1 tleorje. !' L Puttfti" on meat.
I c..urthc>u*. fur arralKnnirnteilnrvliiy. Attornjr T E Duncan to the City police station, way back to Reno in nol
In! Circuit Court ran Hluhwavt If hN imiiie arts, ttonall. (Vt"lw>i" 7 IIAlI'''''. through his 2.Contlnll..d( on. Page! 41
Starki not
Deputy Ituhert Own fi.ll"w*. ask the ,utltyIe'\ to theM four block awav She \\ ..* cnr- east on ---



Suits Filed

Official County Publication ntablihc It /9798TAKKE. :

VOLCME: EIGHTY-SEVEN f'irciiit miner. Corporation and Owens
I Thl.tot'! nn'>n' timber) intercHlit filed, sum itx in

I I Court( here' IhUt! >k ulloRlntr) that tlu'y )uiIwn, il- lllhwMs."" inc
that the pinlntlrtsluiv
. All allege!
a '. I I legally\ and arliitrnt'ily) 1I"14L'1414-,1 on tlu l 11t.\! .: mil. and, their '
II dented conKtltiitlonnl
,' \ been
; New Vote Still ''It,' { ekinir to cnioiu Taix ( 'ollt''lol' .1. K. Kelly front" col- rluhU to equal\ pao

: I It'I.tlnr l the full I Hit t ii5;:>> Leh l \y nuaiiMt the plaintiffM. t"cUOIIIm"'r" the law by the

I I The three ruing. suits thin. 'uibltiurv 1 and. dtscrtmlnatoiy'

Bans Student week- woie: oilnum I'nimr Co. eater. with the P'loil.U" Foiest' ncllou of Uta-cford County

1 + \ ... I ironneily Ht Mnry'n ICinfllHnyoitlfr I. ServiceIn \ Tux AimeMMir. > lent tone. inmnklnti

r' ,. Inc u l)"lnMurfcnipointlon their bills of. epmphihtt up hi* IUA5 t tax cull

Social Activities .,.\... \ ant Nelson Hlilotkei the thin snake milMtmitlnltythe '. All pUlntlff, declare f-iu

'. ,. of Ij
.land owner mil n Dlslilct )K>r- suits. |He\l! Iom.y! flint bv ('ulI \- County C'otmnfcMlon. ltllnr ann

The Bradford County HchoolDjard I I lloitid of llmirtll/.rrs: lastHunimrr.

took a new vote on the "; 'w or i but that tliolr cnmplitlntn '

I question of lifting wM-lal.. restriction I In Straw Ballot were. Ignored l and ttui,

at Bradford, IIUli tax. roll wise. thrrenfter' 'llln

School Tuesday, but the an. I lially reitlflrd

mer wa" atlll no. : 'l'hl'Yh..rlll! that limit fix

Fe"A r r, Board members Rodney Hall Voters OKCourthouse I vd the vuliirt of theta timber

- and A. N. Holiday rated to lift lanais. ut H murk Ml'l'I\ter per

_, __ ___ __ I- dl, the restriction on a motion I, CluIIIlIe, of their last value,
'---'Co. made bv lull 1 Itmn other agricultural, lands

., Latest In I Sics; Of Smashups i I 1lparf Chairman Dan Stare 111 the; county They nay this

linn and member II, A. ...*.. wit done not. an the r- suit of

left front tire [ sun, and K:. A.. Sapp carried the \ mi honest, mistake or an error

A Jacksonville man ,us ser treatment of severe facial) 301 when hta out causing I I majority: vote against )IKtlni of judgment but ""Intention

loiiily Injured! In an automo- laccatloiM, and wn It"ted In apparently blew control of the car air, lain.Th. r ally\ fur the, deliberate purpc: i>

bile accident! on U 8 301 fair: condition W-dneaday him to late the aide.roU .' quentlon. dkttcuiwed at of f relUivinii" ''' other t".PCI'In. \' ': e '

about two melee north of According to FHP Tiwnier which.. werved. to to rest I I.MUUH' l tact Hchool noartlmeetlrMi. ) In M definitely "y '"*, fr mo of' mintl. 27 per J rent fir iK'nrlnir Utr\r\ junt binden"

lwty TuoKlay! alUrnoon. J. ).L. 'HolUa. ammW 1ri> lim..a. doir and cam came up tiialn Tile} 111'IK.I foul' <1111I1Jiflt'II|
Raymond R. Smart. &0. of 'IIA.T: DeSoto.wit trareUn on It* top have been filed. <, day when Buford Mitchell. aw ufq)1|> \ t'tl li J Cli;. tlmiier Interesta.With .
'mltUfd'' tu J' south on a two lane stretch Of 1 NO chaigea and bill i"f '>mpalntItayuuler ,
Jacksonville was I eared before the Board Its
I |> J A new 'tJllrthullJ'< for, llnulfonl. (County.,,
Bt-.dford Count Ifcwoltal fo ukrd that the bait he lifted -- The rf't'III11f1It'IIC'c..1' four-null levy for ilistriitwhool fiahMeil a think for

Mitchell. I I..* chairman of the' ID.131: 63: fur the leiUtry. of
Books I -- '" lux. repiinMn! Hieiiniouiit
Registration Is Culprit Human Relation Committeeand tlin coiut.
Fog All CDiMtitiitlonal, anien.lnicnl, e:>mimtcs
its behalf / tin company

Open In Lawtey \. ... a< kA3 appeared: that the on students. be I Homecoming; Queen The) r.-.II.tllIlI| of three, IncumlxMit/ St-lioul'. Trupri.vi.nt "*- I it shdiiM pay In (\mil

City Clerk Ethel Reddishannounced 13 Receive Minor Injuries permitted to teAl."" their aoc tl't'M. '5e4 .Itavonler tax I'l (Oet-l

Mfjtvtty that regiatrvttnn I lal actlvltle a. In the pant lively hrtriM-lle Toml'. IMSJMI'. reigned n. Ifiipen liter IHH.1 I Th vole In fnvor of l.utr..illctiMl, Hint I IhUfoiruiil.i ere U ",1110 m At the .ccnint.:.. 'anew

hooks In LaMtey opn' In 7-Car Smash-up Monday ,The motion whlrh followedby Mil"", lliMnM-mitlng situ/ties/ U..l ..rltrn
,1 Tue"vlay. November 2. and Hall Itu..lude
elise November 27. Killer Meier Freed-' meat: onper. : gland, ttve to us;'. 'In if thin ninmulnienl was. appiiiveij HHW, Long
will \ occurred I INxon. Hlrwwlierrv gsu..n.| {fMhrr ll.iniriiimliig .plrluren >
The annual l city .le...tlan.l Eleven: traffic accWenla I Idurl and Culbreth. were each "1 move .e lift the restriction 1nrlol. The fuVKiMliU, vnl. u ttrlb'\ by a "utI' uf 4imlMNto ")'Hnient on Iheli 25776: ) : *<
In the city and county man and N"A). SIIII.:i l "'." 'in loo-t' n II 1
artlvltlen horn
tl on the tint Tu* Oy after by Trooper Carter for on social I Ulwl largely' | I.) <,?,, nrlMl ft, 1111.77\:
the past tao week. I cited I head' l "1, for lima$ '\ \
nil admlnlotratlve
i the first. Monday In December unlawful iipred." and di Ivtng allow the fort.* by the I Omnly r'unmiUlimem Ni / AiilhiirlKlnir/ nn oililitkexil '
: ,
eonwan I member 7 TlUrtren pertoiw: rfl'pl'emlno' fat for cotvlltlona of' each school 1 center to hav. In r...rnt "wk" l h. .* JudgshlpIJ. | In Nik. (Illiinui. PiU'Ci,' .*n. "ted ix

s thin year It will be a nnijur \ Injuries. In a seven-car U too Other accident. reported- by the ptlott to deride whicharbal For Green Acres, Southgate |'hiin. the /IAuo to. the vial log Oimntyl fur. hill> ii"*lrwt. iliMn : link fin' ,'Ir1311: if". ul', u on '
election In ..... .I.y with tour ptlenp; Monday morning aouthof the' Flotlda Hl h"ay PUolKuiweU function U U.> .be ftanrtloned I .public. eta n "niwiiiit. .. of '..r..t..t.It" ( nli tewl nf thei, t ;:1!
about four miles nun' fix., t
coum-Umvn. 3>l rmhl )t. M 8. 301 E Horn"'"by Htarke.drMnu \ and to write the nerve I K llm iminiy! |p.i mnt equal| l INIMIMMI' :179,1 IA (fur std,
Jordan CIty Clerk F.th.1 l It '4. BtarkeIf1e4M treatment at a 19!>4 school bu. vary regulation* t he fe..l. thai () Is Low of the *tut..'. r...'n. truck, til III1.tn"l< MK".I'I.I "ffllfPNI 'hey paid 34413:6: ::.: a, it,I at the l
>d after : $140,000 full valor| sntri 'mcry
1 dish. and Mayor Charl anu- Bradford County Hoapltal (for sUn>ped to peek up a child was t are paper to maintain control IM the reel environment .: Jill! ilea tl>mm!..ii..m.r.. 'Infutjllr :I I'riivl'llniftN> tin 'now'MIIIII l be. Mllrd foi I sit HO-:: :II>

font In the running brul.e. endtarPrattons stritck by a 19!'>!9>> Pi.ntUr drt"1 ..and iM...tinKi. nrniin.1 tinr fleet nl MM ClicuU c Pinirt In' aoseiutmcti\) i Ii< I
ibrackona. IUHA 'Hie
Chairman l..ve Wiufoni and l minor E3l brth\ I en bv lUrtmr Bryan necewaryHturllr ..'imty, ......hrs.l.. that \pIcitMlng flirts Mfin I'mini. .hull, ',elm lor[ '1

Councilman, Rebrrtot an"I ISpurKeun ( were(:ialneaVUletephan ; starke" at 7 2O a m. Monday I Mid he dldnt feelthe \ BidsCambron : the futmty. a rearing' 1 funiU, for .*rvi< u* I Ihu I'lwrk, nf the 1'ilin, heir, 7.94J aura wa bath, < MorrUon :22 : Sewer Tien$117,6/0In i
Ann lift the reKtttrtlnns On "
M All-n he dldn'l <> in limaHIiHlfer
that DUll)
thrti neat on tM Ime The Richard Cutbrrth. Iload l 18 There were no and ( IMIIIH! for ,iim.triir>lliHif of It..nl. for 1)1"lfll') : '''.' enl abiru i a ic-lc,
1 ...t'i formerly heM by Y.aagex' : mjiltle No eliargea i have been feel !It fair to posh the probtrmaft I I I .. n nw iMiiirthoiiitn. would ::1111 < ". (tht> IIIMM, "t 5tak.Wl.h'Wdll'g ui'iinul tlOO:: i
Jsckaonrlhe. I I Ilorlllty <
I .
.. La further lnveU4tlon on principal. Con.tndl Co final' llln.xt' ; Uini tif the, l"ta I fulure" l I ,. for
.I.notd. aniviHlinnit w
1'.....'". who, r I 211. Waldo>> filed pending his I the 10 H tat "r |IM> enin
a on-ye term. >IUo THIU Dixon PI'f24 J."I'i 1 1I Parent and school tracherntiave Inc of Orlando, k.. apparently and Umt! II i an \llub.hl" I i I fnim, nitlinK' llr. ... '.1"1.1'1'1 >nppr'. "v.. inn oar:' : >fI
: I I1111/ ) acre
wile IIIMa In for a lot within thenvr 'Mis
Smith! it onrtna; until lctlon' iMrhtrr. ulna Dixon 7 I Oenrte Adrea Jr 19 Jacksonville recently come who1! the rontiactor, fur the Or..nAfotn cledlrnlnl Kiu-h" uiint> 05>. i r ...... I t III II. K"I 'lll g| Hi,. I I I' I .vlpy. I 1"'IIIIN..d. hiss an

on an otntment by Mayor () Killer :21 and loin \: driving< south In .1 I of grh"e from student. 'lIC'h'I an: Houlhgate. HutMtlvl I Iwo' seek. '.r,. ,|*MVPIllh' ,1, (It.. ,tf"iM i '01) tt 1 /1151 l '' .". Itll'd. i '. m IU31JO: : : t i.i;0 i 5951Iilnulp '
nyde artlvlttr .
dn' that ninrll/ sacred. to .
furl SAil'I rr, James. II Miller 24 \ 1It'lil!' Humbler. knocked and! Ion newer project after .ub- 'r ( *.. pat '.....k fat but ,n> n, ,Ile L led )H (I'm, 'vur' '" in lOflt III* <: :Jm
I po<*xen U H 301 I I the Junior- <>nllJr Prom bid TuesdayUi.ht Ihbe Heverty UM marnln sUn on nutting a low (::
rot the "l'1It time both rf 0..1".111", shosild be allowI1.retofor. .- ", on "v i n I sun' by
atatlon and class dates a II_J3OWhite : .
roust run by I and her pasmenCT opponlte the HIP of tl3f --- l 7171' H?
he fi.urirUmen Sue "' ''IPr. 24. 'aunty as' Ii
j ''Nlt..1 1 nf Just the tor I: Handra Weaver 33 RoM *io>*.lped a I 1M4 Clievroletbetnc ed especially all lilrw old sill la l lexamined Four Injured III" tuned' .1 i *>nLw'aW'
group claw**.
.. Th .. driven north bY KMth L I II I ( by' the. tliyn "n
at 17 i
tbs n 38 Ol.a We) >e "-.
three 6-tlmf ''RabPn. tarried mnitev f(
IS the .. ."toe.. have auA..
4 HrnlIII
.. lelf\Moalurt passed Oalnenville.\ QttUllan L Outherte, 38 Lar o. about glrieer. Itrynohl l ,MTMMir. lilts hark
IM..1. .It!! of for project from rlaponsornl "**- In SmashupAt
>. 4.1 I Sunday Artrea was Hill. of Jacksonville. C.mb'! U '. t\a: fl('
a k Mil to tort rf: t llolton. 32. Atlantic BachArrwr'lnt a m : dance. and Junior I i iJil ymtnrl.i>

the n,,.nat. of the council to FHP Trooper< I rhr.e<1 with drtvtn while: In. Claw officer. asked the Hrhnol U a reliable flnn acrordlngtn Hurkmauwho Junction; ." ,mrptl"n (u. (3hi :

de.I..tN l ar- the' rklent orrtirred toxlcatfl: No InjuiV-s Engineer. lie (Art, I'Ki! !; amber
Thi .1' < of the Mon- I John M Allen 44 Starkedriving exprttnt; to flit- no I ... de
hUr'Uil Iv by a.recm n "bout'U: a m. ant the annual inlnr-Hrrtlor' .;: e ( sni'nfsri .
1 1M4! Ford trurk and \ In the low \price : Iltlur"" -.
r.Jwndl laalhrr.'. Maa. y. dy hen a 1965 Chevrolet. a : finir p.-'aoni.' were )Ot" effort to ieileve: >: 'rmid

(...,up I I. Suilt. Uroop' 3. beta titven north on 301 biRtmbHhi ***\ MurrbT. 8.1. Htrke Prom Hoard member* voted l to seta I Tlie bid .... well. under .Ire. !fn a tauar' 0111,1011 at lea.intersection ...:".,' 1 ehltt1.. cuideniik

Scott Oroup 3. Hester. &. Ann MorrUoti., at i driving H I Ml Chevrolet on I special meeting la pursue th'question t54! .OOO the engineers e .tII of Slate 1 lUntdn l land to I ra4 I ..1 '-JI.lrn'er. CCWnparU'I
: .
\ Rd Sunday I I win the )I..b :i I .'eP
Church would rJt
,,!Pit Group 4. and Ch..kn .n Jrm rate of speed bwauM" of t.hfooth.1 \ of Hrrtriril. owning mated 1 21 about U 30 p m Ht art. thnUloj&nt) ,
Al>; nchanted !I unanimous
t ft} a m rounril wa
ru.truck1n ahnut The city 'ik.wt. 'r.II
n.nn.tt 14" f ant''Al
6 roadway '. ,
Chi: T iL Group tot on the *dmlnUtrai' ve motor vehicle Tuesdaynight urdayllrlra II'
trw -niy! member who will not l*>. reab, a 1J3: C'-r.': .va. with faJlu.t.o "A<1mlni.trtlv... v III I rleswnul'1 In a straw vote ...-d 1 after I..tn..n'ii' d. "111 .....yllJlt'3, Lila

Continued On P.atlUr I I driven by Stephan A. fVeeJ-: '-' | -ht of way No inrurte lowwno *"V'hool I lloar'l that the Urren Acres llradfnrd County hospital. > t I ,r "rll' 111 5 to ta acu
\ *
K-irr rti.rttuM H-nley 22. of' the ]Job will" ererlfont.
Morrison ear 'a.I' portUm i say the tax c'
,. man The property. Mupt Tom Caneyuxl ''fc.r 'whlplush I'Durt's' ei :: '"
Crx-tel-( the
after Impact Hiarke d'IvtrMi a liMA A date to begin construction '''' 01 011 1. lasta. ,
"und.Hal..lnlr some' 125 feet and ........ that LowteyJunior .. Mr Natalie Thornton 40HUike I".I'.
f1f'I'UI" M> and Alva if Jacknon. !: hu yet to be K. rj". ar : )
e-led .
atrl .t wrd Htgti own a pick-up a pMMrtMirr In. 'a'' I : .n>p..III.
Fried Chicken 1 tM4 Plymouth.
l rtri ln. a however .
lane 1 d
the' outsHe trurk I driven by her hu lMt J
SUPPERCommonily from Monday S 4i pm. on HR 18 City Clerk M'rtlll ldwardasaid r :IMi: +"1 Ic
.*. then ramme The qmk, fmm' up svlienC Kill Thornuio nt .hio! >iiStark' MV
the rear bv a Ia OMC ptrknp at the city limits' Mr llenteyM f II n" ,1, two suited: :; r
rlted for Improper rhans- around $1 There' truck driven by John UCuMneth Rlr Mi,.h ftfluml. asked. torto haoe and her {name"r. \li' eel I ::" II I h. re,ul' I
of lane No InJurV ", to spend on the proj-'Ct, I '.
loa uml *
knocking It torn 29 I knfw'''.m -
\ 1""t-' ptirrha** a heel| Addle Hruri>< .r 7.. bat i >II III" InM" .
Ilnue.eSat" f bet to the side A moment TraffV. accidents' reportedby ...I..... wagon. frnm the D.t.lopm and any money awed Uiroiuh, IJttlrtwn ColoAitordUig .ri, ty 11',1,, :1
Cuttxeth. truck was the city polfc-e. the low bid will be word to rut "...1. Her 'a r. d.,
later Jerk-Ion. 34.Start. *nt Ornnmioton.. for as. line Money,( ,, to tl.. lnv..u at 1
tIoIIuW C additional sewer .
No fi .tt.et
rammed in th* rear bf a I 1M4RTT vehicleO S.' w .m-nl. I e
\ rrtvm' a I IM1 chvrolel a* an artmime supply water service to um ottttrv Kill". Trooper Ire.Mrr.h.lhornlai.drliuf .
5 I'.M.' driven by Jsme T to r. 5554, add t
: a.
Starting rT ... prcwntvd. a d.taltelIIMmg l s.oion i
who sras in turn rammed and MaeILan".59ltarke.dH.M keen Acne ha alretKiy' tan I. 'I"' I"lItl, 5 JsI
Lion In thiMMiget.
l .. at the / ot pru) rl* not I 14 In a I.4]: tumbler sad I
AdulU $1 1.25 1M3 Ctomet ifrtvn" / a 141 Df art aside, he. *..lot.I .. In.' I I would 1)c! l'' n(
br a I se
and the. Hoard authortied II''
>nrctlon' of walnut! and La. ton Ux project range fall *topp*>l for the Uni ,
Children 75 renlKeneSl .. Clyde O Killer The sixth. In4 I< or each. .1.0 a
by the. entire UtMn Hit' 21 UiPromt
12-OS .. intersection of
IMA Volkawst.n drivenl fayett" Streets shout : p the way ff'irn C mbron ',.1 rwla-t11lm. ."" rrrun ,
ear a of IhiMur are rwiuevt"tar I
: Thre*a l rvverly Hue Meter akw'TuvelliMt m. TuewiBv No inhirte' Lane t low of |I19.OOO>> to a high of driving a IMI : op tAr' leash' 9' 4'fUure .'

(nmmanity swerved Into wan. rf.anP'lt.hh failure to Bmney from vrtou unurre till OOO submitted. by HubtMrd rolet and also traveling se
north *." Oiuvy toM them. 'Htate railed" to ee. the .tC. .cr.
Orlando nl l 16.
yield, nail of way Construction Co. : \
('..nlf'r"c"I" Program{ i>ie' tn.kf> ton to aroid' role I..c-, th:timenu c aIra.
relenal and rrmtrhmg ei
IMon with KUlT'd auto. .uurll: rrneu L. Cot: *. M. Htarke.drtvtnt end whlrh. .U now eutnptettng Uv stun and rammed Into I *vet" yrtet : atat '
This Space' ContribatHWH".Y r a 197 Chevrolet, and InrhMedl ta the approved' diVa- J1OOOOO _.,. trrat nI Thornton'\ RamWer area. ., .
the fmnt, of CulbretHtrwk tAr ;>ei" i iiflersi i. t'; 1:
.. .u1itur of .,. ;
as the .* >
to Publicize ml then bounced some14 f feet J-TOTW M Alakslewlra." 25 peowla p Brad' ment plantIn ing It *nm I7 fet acroMr fair. u, rtm I.'
s1 )lain fnr the prnoMMMl
Community CtcnU by .<-ro",-> Ih* m-die.n trt:> where AUrke. rtrlvln a IMS Ok> other action ,, int.nertkri ...", p, i MMI ltli ''ittu ata.nrMw oI.
tinnal Trtinirmi -
It rammed' the left rear ofIM7 a ___J.p.. at the Interwx-Ooo of tnrd. -Vaira Vur Kurkman, retvirtedl &that the !I Profit wa Hiargxi '', fill .141 ... ...|>, ml 'f,......C,M ae .h :'MI air nut., awld.are l lif 0101JO":'t the(
Jrrreiinuth Lake and Brow ik. Mreeta Center.TM treatment plant U' complete! with failure to hate her ,* 14 and| II I !_I.
The Community I Car-ille brine about 7 30 a m Tn *ltT. The t. a tieunder\ \
St"t. Rank In Ux outskle- Ian by (Continue On Pa"e Four IContlnuMl On Pace Pour I and In operation.' He Mid he Saturday. felegrapA. ........ by. tea. P.yw.. ,
QuiUlaa L Holloa. I* Ironing out deUtU for the


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Local admittances to Doc I Mr. and Mrs. Keith Services Held man 12:1' 7:30: p. m. Mrs. SpenglerOn I Cub Scouts Dens W.C.T.U.

tor' Hospital this week include ham and daughter Oilung-I Tuesday Helen Master's

: John 'Spence, ,Mrs. Laura sonville spent the I Circle meets at church 9:30: Scout BoardMrs. Enjoy OutingsCub "WOE TO HIM: TII\T

Haralson and son, James, with Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Sale. For Mr. Dyal, 61 a. m. Ida Darby Circle meetsat Five, with BUILJDETH A TOWN WITH

Frank Martire and Smith De- Mr. and Mrs. Gail Mathewswere home of Mrs. S. L. Peek Pat Spengler. Starke I Scout Den Blalock den BLOOD. AND STABLISIIETII

Voe of Starke; Miss Joyce In Gainesville Sunday Of Hampton Sr. 2:30: p. m. Lorena Epperson Girl Scout leader for the past Mrs. Charles Jimmy A CITY BY INIQUITy

GLADYS MOOTY Ramsey of Hampton; Ricky visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Circle meets at home of seven years, was appointed to I mother. and ''Mrs. nature [HABAKKCK 2{ 121.]

I Hodge 'of Brooker; and Mrs. MatheftS.' !tRuflMel*) 'Foster Dynl, 61, of Mrs W. B. Alexander. 2:30.1: membership on the Board of I. Thornton enjoyed a at Gold

Phone 964-0651 Gertrude ,Kauffman 'of Raiford. Miss Madge Midclleton en- Hampton died Thursday Oct. Junior Choir practice, at Directors of the Gateway GirlScout hike and picnic supper Wednesday

!Mr. and Mrs. William B. tered Riverside Hospital on 28, in a Starke hospital afteran chuich 330.: Sunbeams, at the Council at the annual) Head. Branch ln I THE BRADFORD -

Gary Treeae of Merritt Island Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jack- Wray and IMr. and Mrs. J. H. Tuesday for observation and e'ctended.Iiiness.<< He was church. 3:30.: Baglnner Music meeting held in Jacksonville afternoon.

Truluck of Sanford were re- treatment.Mrs. born In Hampton>on Nov. 14, activity at the church. 4:30.: ; last week. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
.2 waa visiting Dorothy sonville Mr. and
was visiting from
rent guests of Mr. and Mrs. IE.. Stone and Miss 19O3, the son of Dave Dyal of O. A. meeting at the church, Mrs. Spengler also serves as Ten Cub Scouts
Mlxon) over the weekend. Mrs. F. W. Strickland last for with dn mothers MrsR. Published] every Thursda,>
Mamie Anderson of Archer 430. Ethel Digits Circle Neighborhood Chairman ahreecounty One
(Matilda : meeting
Clyde Terwillegar. Hampton, and the late
Mr*. Edna Kirkland of El week. and has S. Alnllins\ and :Mrs. Randal! at 138 W. Call St.
Shields of weekend vsltois of MI's. at the church. 7:30. area
'!Mr. and Mrs. Paul were ; :
Johns Dyal.
'rso. Texas for
E. M. Davis. lirownlee Circle at been active in Scouting Chitty.
Mrs. Luther member of meeting th
St. Petersburg Mr. Jones was a :
''aunt (Mrs. T. D. Dyal this ing Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Good- and Neil Tuck.
Lennon Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Walker Church, and church 7:30.Wednesday: years. Dr. Alulllns
'week. Mr. of were the Christian was L. Matthews, editor ar.a
ing, and Mrs. R. Good- night campIng .
Mrs. Ed Prevatt Mrs. Lawrence Smith of Sunland Prayer Meet- The boar; Is comprised; of tpent last Friday '
visiting over and employed at Training pubJlahsr! !
Mrs. Clayton Brothers of ing and daughter, and Mrs. J. 24 members from the 15- at Horse Shoe and went I
the weekend. Savannah Oa. were weekend Center in Gainesville until ill ing. 7 p. m. Adult Choir rehearsal -
Fail-mount Pa. 4s visiting: her J. Tolbert and daughter of Gulf
Janet Hardy of the University guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell health forced his retirement. 8 p. m.MADISON county area of the Gateway deep sea fishingIn Second class postage paid
:Air. and Mrs. :Marvin Charleston ,
su-eiita. S. C. were week- Council. In the Mulllns andTucker
Vikl Lawson and they visited the he is Saturday at Starke, Fla.
and father survived -
'of Georgia Besides his ,
:Elder, for two weeks. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. boats. They were Joined :
Struth of the American Institute Stephen Foster Memorial on by his wife, Minnie Ruth I STREET "
Aflsa Louise Stern and Mrs.J. H. K. Davis and attended the I Saturday by Mayor I. Subscription Rates:
I Ga., Sunday.Mr. daughter BAPTIST CHURCH Little WomenTo on
of of
Fashions Atlanta Dyal Hampton; one
H. Lake Butlerattended Harold Davis to
.Williams of wedding of and Dolph Reddish. j In' trade area: $3.50 per
weekend. and Mrs. Hyman Turbe- Roar, 900 West Madison St. Chilly
will be home for the Mrs. Virginia
: the annual conven- Sandra Moore on Saturday afternoon Hear Clark With the fish the. boys' year; $2.00 six months
I Sewell V'ille of Fairmont, N. C. and brother James
and Mrs. W. B. ,
Mr. Hampton: 'one '
tion of the Florida State Music at the Kingsley Lake Revival services will con- the cubs and their Outside trade area: $1.00
I have returned after spendingthe Mrs. Alice Floyd of Columbia, Dyal Keystone Heights: two caught
Teachers Assocatton at Baptist Church. tinue until Sunday night with Connie Clark principal of will enjoy a fish fry year: $2.23 six months.
Jacksonville University Mon- Mrs. Walla Lipsey has returned summer in Little Switzer S. C. were last Tuesday visitorsof sisters, Mrs. (Margaret Lewi Rev. R. Grady Snowden, pastorof Bradford High School, will:' families at the NCO Club']I per
Friday night .
land N. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Starke and Mrs. Juanita .
talk to the Little Women's.Club
I,Jjay and Tuesday. from a month's visit the First Baptist Church of
Local admittances to Bradford with friends and relatives In Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Merri- Green, Hampton; and three Arlington. preaching' each on "Modern Changes In at Camp Blanding.

and daughters visited (Mrs. O. man of Jacksonville were grandchildren.Funeral Education" at the club's November -]
County Hospital this Alachua Lake City, Live Oak. night at 7:30.: and Ralph Hartley
week. include: Homer Hurst Branford and Gainesville.Mrs. W. Barry In Brooker on Sun- Monday visitors of Mr. and services were held Minister of Music of the meeting Monday night, .

,and Mrs. Ruth Martin' of Mel- : Agnes Jones of Callahan day.Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Hixon. at 3 p.m. Lou Jones Memorial First Baptist Church of Lake at 7:30: at the club hou.se.Guesta .
W. Lance visited Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns with Rev. Merle Park-
M. Chapel
roae; Mrs. Florence Adkins is a patient in the Starke City directing the singing are
'Mr. and !Mrs. Billy BurbankJr. returned last week after vacationing ham officiating. Interment was Lee and Martha' Hoi-
and Earl Leslie Whitehead 'of Nursing Home. A Men's Breakfast at the Darby

Lake Butler: Mrs. Pauline De- Mrs. F. F. Stump is visitingMr. in Femandina Beach over In Glenview N. C. In the family plot In Santa Fe church at 7:30: a. m. Sundaywill :! linger are hostesses for the iiTASTEEFREEZ
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen direction of
yore 'of Lawtey, and Raymond and Mrs. John W. (Griffin.n the weekend.Mrs. Cemetery be a feature of the day evening.
Lane and Mrs. spent) last week touring South DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home.
Mary and all of the
Ralph Smart 'of Jacksonville. Ochlochnee Ga. for a week. men are invite!
.formerly of Lawtey; William Tommy Johns 'of Macclenny Mary Beth Peacock and daughter Florida to Key West. Other services will be as usua' Recent Births
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Wescottof
Greene of Hampton; Mrs. An- pent the weekend with his of Jacksonville were visitIng Tampa will be weekend I Rites Are Held with Rev. Snowden preaching' AT

nie Johnson 'of Brooker; Mrs. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mrs. Bertha Pearce on StricklandMrs. Sunday School. 9:49: a. m.: Bradford County Hospital
guests of Sen. and Mrs. Char- For Mrs.
Emily$ Silcox Mrs. Beverly Ritch. Sunday.Mr. Worship. 11 a. m. and! 7:30: p. I announces the following
Friends L. and Mrs. J. S. Snpp ley Johns. m.: and Training Union at DRIVE-IN I
Mr. and Mrs. births
Bryan, Mrs. Suzanne Green of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen Nezzle And rs Strick :
and !Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
-Mrs.' Thelma Dyal, Mrs. Jessie K. Whitehead will regret to Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen land, 79. widow of the late 6:19.: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wesley

"Newell, Mrs. Iris Kersey, Mrs. hear of the death of her mother visited Mr. and Mrs. Uewey attended the Hazen family reunion Cataiua B. Stl'iCkland, died! An invitation Is extended toelI Martin Keystone Heights a
Warren and and Mrs.
Frances Schneider, and Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Braddock in Mr. in Wildwooj' Monday night In a Gainesville to com and be blessed! by son Milo Brennan Oct 30.
on Sundayat
Mildred 'of Starke. Jacksonville on Tuesday night. Rudolph Sapp and families In the services. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Fred DELUXE) l;
Sapp ill\
the home of Mr. and Mrs. rto*)>ltal after an extended
*"* Savannah, Ga. over the week Rev Felder L. Rowan,
Eklon Klmmona underwent ''Mrs. Braddock suffered a heart O. O. Strayhorn. pastor Wheeler Jr.. a son Hersche.

surgery Tuesday in St. Vin- attack last Friday while visit I end. John'' Friedman of San An- ness.Mrs.. Strickland was born In I Fred Wheeler III. Oct. 30.

cent's Hospital Jacksonville. Ing her daughter here and Miss Winifred Cottle., (Miss lonlo, Texas, Is making his Columbia County on Oct. 14, KIKMT I'KKSBVTKItl.XNt'liritC'lf' : Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Under HamburgerFRENCH

.,:Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Hood' was rushed to a hospital in JoAnn Cottle, and Davie Cot- home with his uncle and aunt. 189(1.' ( the daughter of the late : i bill Starke, a son. Kevin Dean.
tie of Woodbine, Ga. were
Jwere vacationing in South Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Lamb. Zackery and Ada Josephine Schedule for week starting Oct. 31.
weekend guests of Mr. and
rFlorlda last week. Oscar Thomas of He Is enrolled in Bradford Rowe Anders. She was a. member Nov. 7:
Mrs. Leonard Moore and family NINCHNU ('()SVt:. 'rIfS
:Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last Gainesville was visiting Mrs. High School In his junior year. of the Staike First) Bap- Sunday -. Sunday School :

week in Gainesville on business. Logan Baldwin over the week- The Victor Lamb family, tist Church. 9.45: am. Morning Worship. .AT PINK CiRU'r.The SHAKE
[Miss Frances Knight and
end.WIN. Fred Browning and John Surviving tire three datiich- I 11 I am. Youth Fellowship 6 Baker County Singing 69CMILK
Miss Linda Stagel of Willlston. Convention will meet at line
Friedman visited the Humph- ters Mrs. Evelyn Henry. pm. 11 A..'I. TO 2 l'.M.I.IOS.
and Mlfis Peggy Crenshaw of Grove Metho-
Gainesville weekend rey's Gold Mining Co. in Folks- Starke: Mrs. Edna Hayes. K 1 TUe.lJtlayCircle 2 and 3
were dist Church Raiford
ton'', Ga. last Sunday.HAMPTON. Paso. Texas; and Mrs. Doris meetings 10 a. m. Circle 1 near on THRU nUt
guests of Miss Kay Garbett. Sunday Nov. 14. from 2 to 4
Harrison. Jacksonville; one meeting, 8pm.Wednesday .
A PILE General and Mrs. Ed Mc- welcome.
YVVYVVVVVVYVVVYVVV'Vyi biother O. J. Anders Lawtey., ; i Joint meeting pm. Everyone
Mullen of Tampa were Satur- I
one sister Mrs. N. J. Strick! of the Session and Deacons. Itlce 7:30 OPEN 11 A.M. TO 10 I I..M.
,, : p.m.
In day dinner gue ta of Mr. and ,
land. Sr., Tampa; six grand 7:30: p.m. Frl.. Nov. 12 -Bible Study,
KOCH CASH POT children, and two great Brand- Thurs..
and Mrs. Mack Williams !- children. Nov. 11 Choir Prac-!I 7:30: p.m.

: Bob Williams, and Mrs. By Mrs. ,
P. E. Hill Funeral services were held I
No Puzzle.* to Solve, Nothing to Write, No Harold Oodwln attended the
Stamp to lick, No Obi ca lo". Ju..t Come funeral of Robert O. Oloss In Phone 468-1160 at 11 a. m. Thursday In the -
First Baptist Church with Rev
In Each Week or Several Time a Day Waycross, Oa. on Sunday. 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4ILUTIMT
W. A. Hogan officiating. In-
and Get Your FREE "Canh Pot" Ticket. Mrs. M. F. Brown visited Dr. : IlK:VIVAL
leiment was In the family plot
Last Weeks WinnerM. 'and Mrs. Marcus Brown In Revival services at Hampton In Klngsley Lake Cemetery

$ A. Gault Macclenny on Sunday. Bnptlst Church continue I under direction of DeWitt C JACKSON

I I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson nightly through next Sunday, Jones Funeral Home.

Cash Pot Now $: 25., weie in Dothan Ala. Saturday Nov. Rvangellnt\: Is Rev. Bob Active pnllbearen were nephews -
night her
and Sunday visiting by Knight pastor of Maxvllle, of MI's. Strickland.
father, N. N. Stringfellow and
Quality I.....-K* nnrt quality rrrnonptlons" .11 1 re u lives. Baptist Church and Fred Dod l
Hope !
BnptlMt Church III
at KOCH'S, IfiL'(4.: Have Your Next RxFlllitl | Mrs. John Greene attendedthe leading the singing each eve. ,

funeral of her grandfather -
fling at 7:30: p.m. The nursery
I J. M. Chancey in Plant
at KOCH'S-Free Is
Delivery open for all services, with
City last Thursday.Bill .
practice and prayer meet-
Price of Branford is NEWS
Ings beginning at 7 p.m. Miss
visiting his grandparents Mr.
Sylvia Dodd Is guest pianistfor
and Mrs. M. B. Jordan, this
the services, and, special

week. music Is arranged for each Methodist Church
Miss Betsy Matthews of
Stan Musial night. Thursday evening Is
says Breneau Academy, Gainesville. "
night Friday evening Schedule for the week
Ga. will
be home Thursday to
Sunday.Rev. Brotherhood end Saturday evening Sunday Nov 7 Church Marc Jackson, Manager

Is youth night, according I School. 9:43: a. m.Iornln*
and Mrs. Brab
"Persons under 21 ham of Live Oak Spivey were Frfttay:! to Rev. Paul L. Kates. paxtor.CAKMVAI Wouthlp, 11 a. m. Youth Choir PHONE; !96) 'I-IOOI HEHI.ND; MIC-DAD(; :MIT {'0. STARKE

visitors of Rev. and Mrs. John .\ MrCTR.SS; : practice 9 p. m. Snack Supper

t\ I Urabham and attended the Profits from lust Thursday'sPTA I for MY!". 6 p. m. MYF meet Come In and See Our Lines of New and Used Lumber, Shingles, Metal

I Halloween carnival have Ings 6:30: Evening Worship.
need night.BHS-Llve Oak game that not yet bee.figured, Principal : Roofing, Pipe, Steel You Name It We've Got It or Will Get It For YOU !

: understandingof I I Klfhurd Jockel 7:30.Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -I nail! thin week Circle 2 meets at I .
although a tola) of about 9.100 home of Mrs. F C. H3llln...-

!Oun and Territory son. David.on Sunday.visitedSix wall taken In ,during 'the eve worth 3pm. Girl Scouts I SPECIAL I SPECIAL I SPECIAL !

Walter Alvarez ning. Expenses.: aren't all In meet as follows: Troop 60S.
and Don I
Florida Laws"In Todd of Jacksonville yet he said l to figure the 3:15.: Troop 606. 4:30.: Troop
were ENAMEL;:'< STEEL; Ha in bird IlrandSPRINKLERS
Sunday visitors of Mr. and amount netted by the PTA for 607, 9:30.: Methodist Men's ON

Mrs. Tate Alvarez. ,hit project.NKW Club meets in Fellowship Hall Double Compartment

.. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Til- : : .M\TII CLASS 7 p. m.Tuesday. KITCHEN SINK I A.MEKOCKCABINET

a message to Florida parents today Stan Muaaiplained ley of Jacksonville spent theweekeIb Four or five more persons are Circle meetings.
still needed to .start a class. inflew 10 a. 01. as follows: No.4. UP TO
the importanC of understanding the laws of with Mr. and Mrs. J. With H" Faucet
Q. Jackson. math for I adults, Mr. Joc- with Mrs. S. O. Denmark, Na. I

Florida.He said. that all State laws but he Mrs. M. H. Watson of Day- kel said. Anyone interested In 2. with Mrs. Phil Cronk lUte. All Color:; With OFF

are Important, tona Beach Is learning more about this new No. 8, with Mrs./ Walla Upaey 2 StraInersSale HARDWARE

emphasized under one law which specifically concerns persons I i I week of ''Mr. and a Mrs.truest L.this C.dams. method. of teaching math Wednesday Circle 3 I 20 %

21. I' \ should contact him ut Hampton meets at home of Mrs. Foster $19.50
"It is unlawful In Florida for a under the ITI'Best Be"'l IJuys Anywhere
person Bill Graham is in Klementary School. I Shi Smith. 10 a. m, Circle 6 _
of 21 to have in hia her alcoholic _ _
ace or possession Tenn. from to 4-11 TO MKKT: : wets at home of Mrs James

beverages of any kind.** I business.Sunday Fridayon Hampton's 4-tl club is' Saunders. 10 a. m. Primaryand Buys In Town --- Shop At Jackson's and SAVE!

What happens when the ,: Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen scheduled to meet next Junior Choir practice,

law is broken? were .in MtamI from Sunday. to day, Nov. 9, at 3:13: p, Tuea-I 3:15.: Prayer Meellng 7pm.

;; Persons under the of 17 Wednesday of last week visit Hampton City hilt Thursday Chancel Choirrehearsal. LOW
age 730.: Pack LOW PRICES AILS
tie turned over to the juvenile ing his mother Mrs. L. E. ( IIUIHTMASOUKSIIOI' Committee EXTRA SPECIAL!

'Authorities, and a juvenile record Natt, on her birthday.airs. DtH-vrntions and gifts for meeting Frlljwslilp
is established by the court. C. A. Pratt has returned Christmas is the topic of the Hall. 7::30. I os :dO I.b CI n_

en Penons arrested.over They the are age finger of 17 ': to her home In Oklnwalm Home Kconomlcs workshop at FIRST BAPTIST AWNING TYPE WINDOWS COMMON BRITES $ 5.90

printed by officers, and a set of :: after nine months visit with city hall on Wednej -
these fingerprints are sent to her son-in-law and daughter, \
the Federal Bureau of Invest! 'Mr! find Mrs.\ L, I. Fullwood 9:30: am. All wonmn of the of services. I PHll'E em I lie 1.11.
in Sunday -- Sunday School. EW .tNl n USEU IOMI SizeaEverythng
Cation Washington D. C., while Mr. Pratt was In the rommunty are Invited to at-
; whore they become a part of 9:49: a. nt. Morning Worship
I the violator's permanent criminal Lake city VA Hospital. Mr. tend to learn now ways to sermon. "Protect Your Investments I For Home Improvement ::10 d. Ctn.
record. The violator can be Pratt was discharged. from the make decorations and gifts "
: flDad or imprisoned. The pun- hoHti. l last"
: hment can be as much as 6 STAN MUSIAL. Ch,'lrm." .t Mi. Mr. and (Mrs.\ E.V.. Haye rrusovIH m. Youth Choir. ages 13-24 At Jacklon' -
.moaths in jail or a $500 fine. fnmldfnfm Council wi Physical fit- 4:30: p. m. Training Union.
I ..... ..." wsefd-sesew .......,It were In Miami lanl week visitIng Mr. and Airs. M. I... Watler-
: What are the far-reaching champion, .?..*. for tft. FI..ida. Mr. and Mrs. W. K.': Hayes. Hon attended the funeral of 6:19.: Evening Worship **'moo. NEW.; USED.: SI.UnTl.U.ULEU(: (;
? Volunteer' a...... tsr. Un......."",.... Mr.'utterson'. "Give Your Whole Uf!>. (Itotcroburg BATHROOM SETS .
: consequences I Major and Mrs V. J. Rpenglor brother Arthur i 1.\. ,\Torn'O'UIODE.( TUB: 540

When considering .tudents alcoholic beverages from a retailer Cot and ",Irl. J. A. Griffin Watterson, In Greenville, with Mr and Mra. (Steel and Cast Iron) ?

for admission, registrars of col if the retailer is convicted and .Major and Mrs. Robert S. C. last Thurnitay Burial was Bern! tSraff.Mr .

I tudents leges must of first highest consider character.those t, he could lose his beverage I Jackson attended the retirement in Taylor, S. C., near Green .*. I.. P. Bradley WAil hostea. SPECIALS ON C.UVANI' ZED PIPE

: ,Boys and girls who have an license and his business, I ceremony of General yule Mr. and II'II. Watterson ( for a Stanley'!! party at her AND FITTINGS

I arrest record for possessing alcoholic even though he was not aware Hiilph W. Cooper Jr., asaNtant' made ,the trip with Mr. and home here on Tuemlny, afternoon .
beverages before 21 will ho was selling to a minor. The I Adjutant Mrs. Frederick. Watterson \hut
General 'of Florida of week
I difficult source of support for his wife 100 Ft. 12"Rolls .
have $2.00
I the entrance a lists.time making and family could be taken on Sunday afternoon at St. Starke, and were overnight Mr. end Airs. Frank Karelin PLASTIC PIPE

: Chances for military service away. Augustine visitors. In North Carolina with of Jacksonville spent Friday 3-4" 1" $4.90

could be impaired. Peraons with "Make sure that your !iMr. ami Mrs. Jerome Johns other relatives.Airs. here with Mr and I :Mm K. H. $3.90

Criminal, records must receive under 21 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shaw, .air Gerald Adkins spent Watterson. Mr. \Vntteron.

,I special by waivers the military before being services./ accepted Hon fully or understands daughter this an.1 1 Mrs. John Torode, and several days" in Ocala last went to Clearwater Saturdaywith PAINTS I NEW AND USED CAST IRON PIPE

iMnJor' and iMra.. V. J. Spengler week with her grandchildren, Mr. Hardin.
: ._ ,And it will be extremely difficult Florida law. To protect the r I
a to enter Officer Candiw attended the Girl Scout Fund while their mother. Mrs. Calvin Mra. Otto Hick and her ALL OTHER
future of men and x Ft.-Single Hub New *
I Per
young 5 Joint
$ 1.25
, .. >.tdats) School. dinner at the Thunderbird Richard was at Cape sister. Mra. Annie Tvr of PAINTS

. .I" A man or woman under 21 women encourage them" Restaurant In Jacksonville lastWednesday ,I Kennedy with her job with Stark*. spent severs) days B.L.P (Low Used Price*)
I "win find that this arrest record not to drink before 21. _
Western Union last .
I "" evening. during the week' at the Hicks cottar

: ',4 .twill'A yancemeot hart his will chosen come csreer.more Stan Mu.iGllaoJa prtientfdthit Mre. C. D. Williams. Mrs. Gemini six Hpnceshot that fail { on the Oklawalm River. UP TO .MAKE US YOUR' HEADQUARTERS( FOR \LI. YOUR

, slowly U at ell. message on behalf of theFlorida Henrietta Hunt. Mrs. WHIardPsss ed.Mr. anti Mr. Hicks joined them for Int.-Ext. BUILDING :NEEDS-YOITLI.< HE DOLLARS; AHEAD

: ''Who else Is hurt? State Hevtragf Department I and L. D. Green attended(! and Mrs. D. R. Hill and the weekend LATEX %
, and the Florida Volunteer the funeral of a cousin. Sam daughters. spent last weekend Mr. anti :o.lrll. C. L Cooperand
t -When under 21 Group for Understanding through $2.50
a person Peacock. of BrooksvUle in m Bradenton with Mr. and family of JACKSON BUILDING
: misrepresents bis sgs and buy. the courttty of (At. ntwtpaptr. I OFF
I ,5-- Jacksonville on Wednesday Kirs. Gene Clouse and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr ,Per CaL

. afternoon. They also! visited in St. P-| and Mrs. K B. Walte""' ..... ,
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HTTRSDAY. NOV. 4. 1945
1PAGF.. Ti rR EB
I I Fashions And I ) et al'LHI

9 r CumbceSargoodLucretla
r ,
I Flowers Show ; i it

Termed SuccessThe I Miss Cumtoee'
'daughter of Mr. 'and. Mrs!
t Warren Miscue Jr. of
Fashion and Flower I B.
GLADYS MOOTY show at the Starke Woman'j a.. Brooker, and Robert L. Sar-
!good of Miami Boach. formerly
Club last
Phone Wednesday was 1
9640651lenlyMcCIellan of Pittsburgh Pa., were unitedin
a "great! success" by
the president, Mrs. Calvin marriage on FrIday. Sept.
.I1, I Houpt I 17, In Hollywood. Fla. ..
i Mrs. Sargood graduate
Junior Women "I think It was the most
beautiful from Bradford Higft School I
we've had.
program x
Hear Children's she said. I I say and attended Massey Business I I.
+ College In Jacksonville. Mr.
Librarian Festivities began at 10 a. m.
SpeakMiss with bridge and canasta ands I art Sargood attended school In

luncheon was served at noon. Pittsburgh Pa,
Judy Pillars children'sdirector The couple Is residing at De-
of the Santa Fe Regional \ t1 t the Burns president o: a Soto Apartments, :3080 N. E.167th .
Jacksonville Florists'
Library to the \-1 L4
spoke 1t St.. North Miami Beach.
Association for.
Junior Woman's Club at their created )
meeting Monday night In the I t mal ant Informal flower arrangements I I I

; f club house. She wad Introducedby 1- .____! for those attend "-.- -. I| \VMS Luncheon

n k I ITf The Mrs.finance H. C. Rltch.chairman an-1I I ing Day.the He Fashions also designed and corsages Flowers Beta Sigma Phi Ritual Of Jewels ,...w' I| Held At Church

nounced that the club will sell Koon-Moody and Mrs George Roberts Jr. Picture! at Beta. Sigma I'M 1 Ritual 1 of Jewels. ceremony I Mr. And Mrs Jones Miss Rosenberg Th. WMS of the First Baptist -

occasional cards and chanceson Engagement Told demonstrated how and whento Signs For BPWScholarship Church of Starke held it*
I held at Holiday Inn hurtverk are (from left) : :Mrs' :Mary O>- Honored On

a $100 bill which will be Mr. Mr.wear Burns them. created wed. holww. sponsor| ; :Mrs Luis. 1 lurk. :.Mr*, \oiula.. Stephen' ..mlMm. .11 50th HomeMiss general. meeting. at 12 noon
given away In December. and Mrs. John II Koon a Anniversary Tuesday, at the church. Mrs.
The following n!w members I of Silver Springs; announce ding bouquet and bouquets for : ,. ttretttt Saunders, pledges; and.11": Theresa Ml em. Charles Durby, president wts
the engagement of their the attendants anj had on director Mr. are Mrs Curl Jones' of Delia Rosenberg. State In
were voted into the club: Mrs charge of the meeting which
daughter Aqullla. Grace, to display many unusual cautions Graham were honored on their Pienldcnt of the Bu.ilne.-wi it
e I Blaine Thompson. Mrs. V. W I followed a covered dish Itfncheon. -
-----1 1 I William Robert Moody of He was assisted by Mrs.Roberts nftloth Wftliltrq anniversarywith Professional I Women' Club of
Stilckland Jr.. Mrs. Phillip I con .
[ 'Hoe Down' Held Grand Chapter a Florida, in pictured In Daytona -
rweplkm at their
Mobley. Mrs. Walt Hullclc.. Mrs. Mildred Copeland of of Peyton Florist. given I The Ida Darby CIrcle, Mrs I*
Mrs. David Coats. Mrs. Pepper r Stark*. I Mr. Burns is a member! of the At Country ClubThe Official Visits hume by their dluJlhterR.11': ''. Beach recently signing fl. Powell chairmen, wn In
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Henley''t I I Board of the Florists Association Wiley LiinRfonl, of Ualnofivlll. \papers In connection with approval -'
Thomas Mrs. J. C, Dukes and I The bride-elect a graduate I charge of table arrangements
f Kansasville, VVla. OES ChapterThe Mrs K. U. On via of of a site for the organ.Ivurtlon's .
announce Mrs. Sue Morris. of Ocala High School, class of and of the School of Design aoctal' committee of the' Graham. for the luncheon and the program *
e engagement of their
r. Sheila Kay to Robert L.I Bros. In. Ocala. lie Li also a designer for I entertained at a Hunter's HoeDown the, Starke Chapter Order of end their mm, Leslie be located near J'SU In "
rfcClellan, aon of Mr. andrs. Beta Phi FTT Southeastern Florida! at the club house lad Joiuut of Hampton, ; Mrs. Jones, TallahaaneePurpose Btory.
Sigma The future bridegroom a I i Eastern Star was held Monday Mr. ItavlM. of the project adopted Thirty members and three
Leslie McClellan of Law- I State and has a chop in Jack- Saturday nght. Air. Longford, and
1962 graduate of Bradford I night at 8 o'clock: lithe Mr. at the 45th: annual atate visitors attended
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority' nonviUe. The club: took on II country Starling
y.The County High School la of the Masonic
bride U the The entranceway to the I chapter room The reception" was hold. from convention In/ June, Is to assist .
granddaugh- air. brlnaderonltll.1 with .
will meet at 8 p. m. Monday., ployed by Nelsner' In Palatka. cornstalks Hall Mr. Ona Mile Stevens! Ma.tlc Noteh4M $t.IO: at the
T of Mr. and Mr*. W. M. Nov. 8, at the home of Mrs. A February student by Telegraph.Handtnad. .
providing housing for them
eddish of Lawtey. large fan-shaped arrangementof placed at points of interest and man Oct. 24,
Arthur Patray on E. SouthgaU!''I I ned Grand Matron of the Grand
Drite. Mrs. Dot Failing will II l Bird of Paradise. In. a goldenurn hay piled In Blacks around Golden |lam-|ts>nm, mixed while theystudy at the university.
lastle Notebook S2.SO theELEGRAPII. I Chapter of Flollda.flollowlllj The
on a golj pedestal. the dance floor fur members 'with white gladioli' were linedIn savings amountto
I I nerve as CO-h08te8a. Conservation The tea table \was centered and guests to alt on. Kvrry- ( the Inspection" the decorating: the homo for about $6iH per year for
I "Smile. wasklven
Speaker Set with a Meiuen! compote filled one dressed In kneplng with core tHY the local I this occasion..Mm. each student
with a mixed arrangement In- I the occasion. Even the refreshment by officers of I Jones rhuNO. to wear'' for Tim foundation now has 13

Woman's Club C'ludinal'OlIell./ carnations and I I Ivaricoloiyd ,table curried out the chapter A gift and honorary to 1 the orcniiloit' n basic blnrk nftorniMin houses for :37S Intellectually
I membership was presented' (mprilor boys and girls. who
flowers. The country theme) with "r..d dress with a largelavender
Mrs. Eugene Borda will be Mrs Stevens at the end of the need financial .assistance to
terplec was flunked 1 with sev- flowered oil .rlolh centered challenge orchid cunwige, presented 0x
the featured speaker for the ("olirIUY. An impressive" attend college There ate now
en-branch silver candelabra to her by her husband.. l
with a pyramid arrangementof
MY SISTER HAS Nov. 10 meeting of the StarkeWoman' holding white taper The was (liven to those present The refreshment table. :22: studenU. in residence at the
pyrncanthea/ berries was
$200 M HER the associate' Brand'
by "
Club. I lil'W
sponsored home.
]lovely cloth covering the table: nvviliild with heirloom
INSURED:5 ,VING$ J. T. Pollard and a four- an linen
Mra. Barda is State Chairman j was Imported white linen withIn matron. cloth, .
bend from Gainesville with nil nrinngement -
AND UH J Associate*. Itxr I Ones: SK DolT(? piece The chapter was honored In
of !the Department of the I i eta of Alencon lace and cutwork provided country mimic for having other distinguished of IIlIct.I'llKon.1"11I" .., all of Hampton, ; and Mr. and

Conservation of Natural Re- !, The other appointmentswere square anti round dunctrur.ParsonMathews guests from Hand Chapter 'pm- amt I white I'nrnii11mm Mr. Frank HrynoliU.. of n..liMt l-
source Her home la in Frost aim of silver At one mil. was a threej >k. .
ant subordinate' chapters.Refreshments "
proof. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. first j tiered wedding cuke
j and.a IIO'lall|I topped" Over /tm: friends" anti relativescnlletl :
Mrs Maurice Wlngate Is vlce-prenldent. and, Mrs Calvin with gulden wedding,, bell.
hour was enjoyed' at the clooeof tillIng the afternoon.. ( dh3c$1i'4'Wpm
committee Houpt; president presided" Serving' .
program chairmanfor Mr and Mrs Elden W Mat- the evening In the dining I punch from a crystalhowl '
the month and Invite at the coffee urn. was 1011'''. Wiley U ng-
heIUnounl'e the marriageof room< of the Masonic Ha 11.
everyone to hear Mrs. Borda '' On the work table on the ford. Mr/ V. II. Hitvls and Mr*.
I' their daughter Ann Elisabeth :! Preceding the official Inc I
stage In the auditorium of theWoman's l.rillo. ,
"We Invited the men ofStarke Jones' mutinied\ In Culling -
jBABYSITTING. "Cook 10", to Ronnie Leon spection. a banquet was Sarah Lawson
to the last regular I I Club was displayedtwo Parson of sweetwater Tenn.on the Holiday Inn at 0 p. m. and serving the cake, and
meeting, and we'd like to do Grecian urns filled with Mrs Ilex Itiirfuker kept l the b afarOoil.cran
I June 19. 19M. Both are stu for member and guests.Tables HAN :Moved Her *_,
of .
arrangements/ Flemish
that again I'm guest reglnler
sure anyone d..n..t. Austin Petty State were covered" with I
Interested in civic and fruits. The table had swags of Mr and Mrs. Jon. werenmrrkel
: community of
College Clarksvllle Tenn white cloths \with a garland BEAUTY SHOPTo with ss foe the
hemlock: caught at Interval '
betterment our oct. W. 11)1.1) : lit
enjoy red satin ribbon extending the heel alwsys cboocs uthmiia
:Mrs Borda talk." Mr*. with spray of miniature fruit j I length of the tables' which the hoiiitt of Mrs. Jones parents Her Home handmade glsswsn by Fentoa.
On either aide of the stage! of tickets. She ..
charge the
Wingate said / I. former Miss
Ins A F&WLX MOrJORJtr. were Intersperse with miniature They get such: a limiUns chofao ,
IFStNFAjR Ta l.CS MIN t Mr*. Borda will speak following were fn-hapn arrangement! Mr. Maurk-e Wlrwate. and mmegay of red rosebuds << Mil, Alt"wn, daughter, of thab Jtt. Hrownlee ltd. of ..,..... colon and ituipnaad
the regular bualneea o* yellow glads giant mums Mr David Penoyer were In and white net Place ...l. llurlik. Altmmi, anti l the IS,. 131 I each ooe to tkUgbttuOrHSku

meeting of the club. which begins Interspersed with bronse chrysanthemums cham of the food committeefor curds. with red rose buds designated lute' Mr and' Mrs Henry WsrdAmong I I8.*UMS lor found M

: at 3 p. m Any men who and leather-leaf Flowery and Fashion. Day. the eating arrangementand the out nf. town' I'HONK: !) 'I-IH.1I :

would fern. Mr, C. A. Knight .rvt Mr. favorsof miniature calendars guests, attending were Mr unit
like to hear the speakerbut AM) \VII.I. UK; i
Palm' and other flower arrangements Mattie Osha, won dour' Mrs .
would not be Interested in en with Eastern Star emblemon It. llyl..r. Mr and

sitting through the business ;, were placed at pilxea the cover were placed: at Mrs. Alvin iMvln I and! Mrs OPEN Bullington'sHTUDIO
vantage points throughout the I Pintle/ MrKlnnny, nil of (lain-/
session may coma at 3:45: 1).1 The Fa"hlon.nd Flower each netting A large arrangement -
m. party room Day ass .sponsored by one of red rose centered the nvllle/ ; Mr amt. Mrs W M For Business AND CJIFTM:
Mra Houpt and Mrs F W head TomltniMUt, of .Lake Butler I
finance table The same floral
committee the
Hostesses for the afternoon i I t twill Strickland Wed. Nov. 3
received gusts at arrangements I I Air and Airs Marvin William, ,
be Mr J II Starke Woman' flub. were used during ,
DuPre. I the door) Mrs J H DuPre n.J: the aurJal hour Inter In ore Mr,. Jessie hall and NatIlgh.l I
chairman Mn K O j
Duncan > ]Mr J D gloom were In evening. I
Mr H A DeVoe, Mr U F I,
Dtnkln. Mrs. J. F Durko.Mn. '

W E Dowllng. Mra. IIQ .

Broadway Mrs P O Felo. I
MAYBE WE SHOULD !Mn T C lawn Jr.. Mr. L. gJif

IN'DE TH r' 11 Futch. Mn C B Terwllle-'

Nm'* T lhW.I \ gar !Mr Jimmy Moore and

I Mrs. Harry Mooty. Inc. STARKE'S FASHION! LEADERZfcffejto. : p

BHS CheerleadersHost
To VisitorsThe r 4 .

BUS Vsrauy cheerlead.er ,
entertained at a delightful :

supper last Friday night for

the Live Oak cheerleader

This event Is one of the of the homecoming traditional I r 1Jo oUbt \ c. .

meek The supper wa held at 't7UJ 't\ ,.
The habit of !
saving regularly the home of Marian Green,

is the key to sonless Start no*. and was attendee not only by ) ,
the cheerleader but aim by ; t '
I'r A
Stark* cheerleader
sponsor i
Check These Features: Mn Carolyn Dyal. and driver / \

of the Live Oak cams Mn

SERVICE Robert Green, aarttted In serving r't

,, SAFETY Fall Bazaar d

SOUND MANAGEMENT Planned ByWoman's 1 1f

Starke Woman's Club 6

will hold a Fall Bazaar on ; JtLi -

Does Make A Difference Walnut Nov li at Street the clubhouse on ; : "' .'

Where You Save The Beast begins st 9 a m / \\

and lasts all ?ay until 3pm

Luncheon 12 noon until m-tU: be 2pm served Price from / So light. so soft only Mother \j'

of the luncheon baa been *rt i Nature known it i isn't you IStretchbra I
Federal Savings at II.5O f A

The Baxaar will feature s ,
t YooTl love the smooth"t

; and Loan several many Item divisions are and needed.right Anyone now' t fresh touch of this lustrous ,, by

Zw who can donate to any. of a ww nylon tricot. Bom lob .
the listed department 1s asked .
.\iatl6n of Starke f. *> wpm uodoroB your knits
to caD HI .I04:! or 99- WARNER'S'with '
1491. ,: and sheer wools, you co

PHONE 961.0500. Department are Hand- 1. Toffetle to your tllUre. (

:21A!I North Temple Aeno S: craft.Jewelry. Pottoffic Plants! *, .White Costume Elephant. : 1 Completely carefree, of't built-in shape of new fiberfill

Coke:> Cracker, and course, !In wondetfuf,.

Candy' The Junior Woman' wonderful colors. It'" light 'it'* lucy it'>. cool I. cixil shaping with tHJ4r-
Center of
: wardrobe
F )LIXV YOUR LOCAL IIIII'11Im e Club mill have. the Baked r \ your fll. A fashion 8tr tchbr that'.,. right for the minus

I SCHOOL TEAM rl l Goods department and the Sizes 32 to 3.IJJ' t\nurt\ The stretch: In buck anti In the trvtch-

< n\, Senior Churns Craft Club will nave The iro-evrrywfierp.. d') >--rythmtr double knit trap U. nylon and uncovered, 1 Lucru spandex MO
Art and
$;9.00 wonderfully comfortubl: I Kverythinif: like In
The Bazaar H cinder the direction basic! Carefully finished with rlt t, knit trim you

of }fn. Vtaurlre Win. .. r' at thr _.juart !?r al_"..... jewel nk and belt it contour. bra 22-23 A, 1 II%. C,
/ Height at HannII ";
gate' and 1* the mater fund- r'inest wfxjl. In exciting: new fashion cown:

e / Starke at FernandinaLake ralin errnt of the. dub year. Size Hlit lit.4S #5.00 V
for the Benior Woman' Club
Cov.rwl by U.. Patent No. 8,120,840 and patents
Butler at North Marion 25.00
tn tontgn countrtai pcmdIfIC'.
Plaslie N.i.b-Mk IZJ4 st the .

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326,029 against. $887.10; and other vocational 65 yards. Trlest made one con-I ball game here. Dinners will house Florida of wl within' ?, /County>lx mt i-HlrntUr Htarke. ,

Is Low Hansen Given final from 5 to 7 m. in ,. of thflrM .
$140,000 School Mlllago travel $1,600.Under version and the be served p. month. iron* the tlmv .

In the school millage election the same listing a* RECREATION NEWSBANTAM was 20-13. i front of the high school gym. : publication claim. or demand of this shall nutlfn.Ktutl !b.'

On Sewer Bids 10 Years one mill for current pending: Bradford HI Work By winning the game Southern Funds earned from this event In writing. and. nhall slate thplAce of..
the will be used for dinners late off reMidenre and poet
Discount remains only
fund received 638 votes, and survey $8,011.03; distributive flee ardrBM of the claimant.

I IContinued From Page Ona) (Continued From Page One] three mills for building and education job entry $14,202.39; undefeated .team in the. 4-team in the season honoring the and hall l>. worn to by' the
13. hla attorney -
iday hl or
league. athletes of BItS and to pur- claimant. agent
bus reserve received 648. These Bradford Jr. High work study such claim or
American Since Hansen did not have Results of games played, In the final game of the eve won-lost : chase Jackets for the football and any
for :repairing! the were the mlllag s--a total of (student) $3,730. League Standings ) demand not .o flied hall !b.
Legion's World War II Issue any "relatives or friends" in four recommended by the Under the Economic Oppor Oct. 3O( -Conner Ins. 14, Law ning the fans were treated to Southern Discount, 3-0; Holiday players, and trophies for all void.
105 Howitzer, which stands at the area the court asked School Board printed on tunity Act Casey listed $23,063 tey 7. not less than five long touch- Inn, 1-2; Lawtey, 1-2; Con. graduating athletes.Correction Aa ....".nr.1.of IM.E. Lest will

the intersection of Walnut Parker and Bloodworth to the ,ballot. There were numer- for adult education. This mon- Previously winless Conner I down runs, three by Discounts ner Insurance. 1-2. and' testament" of Etta: C. Hoover -

and South Temple serve in this capacity as In- Aggies 'broke into the win col- i powerful fullback, Dale Johns, Schedule for Sat., Nov. 6- ecaad
Street ous votes for other millages, ey is $22. li6.70 Federal and First put.llia.tlon. lro.. 4. 18bS.
damaged dividuals-not in their official umn Saturday night at. the and two by Holiday Inn'sspeedy Inn Conner 7 **
Avenue. The !gun was but the number of votes in $2,506.30 local. Holiday vs p.m. 11/4 't It/
this week when a truck crash- capacity as Florida probationand each negligible. Cost of the Head Start Pro- expense of the Lawtey Recreation : -i halfback Johnny Powell. Southern Discount vs Lawtey, Recently The Telegraph
case was
ed head-on Into It. The city parole officers. Three incumbent school true- gram is listed at $22.694 with Team. The red-clad Conner i The first quarter of the 8:30: p.m. published reports from the .. (....." ..;..e.... Veerla: l..

will repair the damage and [ Parker said that an attemptwas receivedthe $18,149 coming from the Fed- Aggies looked like a much: game gave no indication of TEEN TIME School Board meetings that' Far. Bradford t._..". Pe->M..
tees--all unopposed -
bill to the dl1ver'sInsillrance i made to find employmentfor improved group over their the things to come as both defensive Teen Time will be held Sat- and I In rt: Estate of Cyrus Kt In-
submit a following vote: Hiram W. eral government and $4,343: lo- I Brooker's 7th 8th grades worth Ream, d*....- .
company Hansen but only a few Bennett, Lawtey, 956; Charles first two games. The team was teams kept the offensive urday night from 7 to 11 might/ be moved to Starke. i NOTICE TO cnwrrons:

Bob Firth was appointed to odd;\;' jobs had been found. Starke. 1,165 and J. cal.Under the National Defense able to come up with a more guns silent. Early In the o'clock. Music by The Chessman It was learned today that in All rr.dMo of the .tal. of
Problem Child Hardy potent offense in the form of second period Ricky Bennett Cyrus Kllatvorth Imun. d_...-
the Bradford-Keystone. Airport Brooker. Education Act Federal moneyis I Admission :SO cents. Comeon quoting Junior High School .
W. 1,140 and -
Authority to replace School official, at the time Over Kelley 1.500 voters went to matched with local and the the forward pass as .both TB'swere rolled, out-fired to Johns who teenagers and join the fun. Principal Jim Temple an error. ed quired. ar..to hereby file any notified. claim I vr d.-

Ervin Andrews who resigned i of Mrs. Hanaen's murder, re 27 $7,742 listed Includes the teacher scored through the air.: out distanced the defendersfor SUMN: TICIS was made.In I .....nd. which they. may. haveagainst
the -- approximately
because he is also a member of ported that Ronald had beena polls 5,715 : in-service training pro- Conner grabbed the lead In a 65 yard touchdown puss Each Thursday from 7 to 8 the Telegraph Templewas I said, .t.... In the office
cent of the county's Bradford
BradfOlr.Development problem child since he first per the third period as Rickle play. The conversion was stop- Slimnastics Class Is that 22 or the county Juice
the ;\; i i who are registered. gram, mathematics some library p.m. a quoted as saying County.. Florida In tha cnurthoua -
Authority. entered school In Starke. He i books, and some audiovisual Trick passed to speedy Johnny ped and Southern had a 6-0 held for all women at the Recreation stuv'ents in grades 7 and 8 at ,Hlarkt, Florida wltMltI

Chairman Carl Hurst appointed -I had .been suspended on one oc aids. Brabham who after catching. lead. Again in the 2nd quarter Center. Come on down, who live in Brooker .I calendar months from the

7 Car Smash-up the raced 33 for Johns electrified the crowd on actaall"j' date of the fVrat publication of
a committee of Mrs. casion but reinstated upon the Casey said the money for pass yards for a night of fun and exer- go to school at this nutl.,.. Each. claim' or d.-

Ruby Johns Jimmy McRae, plea. of his mother. At that. Injures 13 the Vocational Technical Cen- ,the 6 pointer. Frick's pass to a beautiful and tremendous effort cise. The class for this week and in other counties. mend fnuat be In writing and

to time, the then Randall McGee made it 70. as he bull-dozed through; or re..l-
and MaymRandal Chitty principal recom- ter has been authorized by two met Tuesday night. Temple said the correct fig- must Mate the place

investigate! the purchase of a mended that< the boy be plac: (Continued From Page Onel acts passed 'by the Florida Lawtey. came 'back to knot the the middle of the line, shoot ure is 22 pupils Including all .the.....claimant a and pout and office must address be worn of

chipper to grind up trash. ed in an institution of some Legislature. score In the 2nd quarter as off tacklers gained his balance grades [18who) Uve in to by the claimant, hi. axont.

Chipping the refuse is supposed kind.On i driver and her passengers, Casey listed under State and Joey Bennett got the Touch- and raced 55 yards for QB Club Hears Brooker but attend other or hla attorney", or It will bevonia

to greatly increase the capacity one occasion, the principal .i Ann Sherrlll, 18 and Randy Federal Vocational automotive down. The conversion was his second touchdown and a UF's Rabbit Smith schools. void according to law.November ..
ltt' '5Thehma
of a garbage truck. had to pull Ronald from a i Cole 6, were treated for minor mechanics for RJE, $3,100; job good and the score at. halftime 12-0 advantage. I'atray added The Telegraph regrets the Beam Int.. ThorntonTIHOUMA.

Hurst says and one may save little girl who he had knocked Injuries at Bradford County entry training for RJE, $7,383; 77. the point after. Charles Rabbit I J Smith of error. I1KAM THOttNTO.V,

the city money if the hauling down and was pounding her I Hospital. Alalcslewicz was job entry training salary for The 3rd quarter was a defensive I In the 3rd period Southernwas the University of Florida Executrix uf the .:.tal. of (' -

is cut enough. head against the ground. On charged with failure to yield students $6,412; and, resourceuse battle with neither deep in Its own territory coaching staff was gust THOMAS rue Klleworth.* 1'IK.IU'K lleam, dec

About $60 In uncollectable another occasion there had right of way.Thomas at BUS, $9,730.ElementarySecondary: team able to generate an offensive when they pulled a surprise speaker at a meeting of the la Tfce (...urt til ',.ko f'...." 20t-S North Temple Ave

utility bills were stricken from .been trouble between him and L. Crawford. 32, Education threat, 'but n the final I play. Bennett passing to Johns BUS Quarterback Club in the Ju .'..........
the of Lawtey, driving a 1963 Chev- Conner utilized who then raced 76 yards for lit 1965.
records at request another knife.
the boy Involving a Act (Title 1)) moneydesignated period again Holiday Inn Restaurant Mon- In r.*' Ktitte: i.I Etta r. IlOOV- 11,4,' 4t 11/Zlt
City Clerk Merrill Edwards.Mrs. He was" placed In a class for rolet truck, ran Into the 105 to Bradford Coun- the pass, Frick to Brabham. his third score. Tomlln.son made day nlicht. He compared col- ,'r. I>H,.*fLH.MlT

Johns requestedthat children" which Howitzer, t cannon]I. at the intersection for 50 and the the conversion and Southern Ruby "exceptional ,ty totals $78,544.72, Casey good yards go' lege athletics with the high '.1...".. or r>.-inanUAKuInf I
the Police Department in. meant that he wasn't excep- of 301 and Walnut told. the Board. ahead TD. The conversion enjoyed a 20-0 lead. school programs and commended : Still. KatatVMI : ... i 70t

crease surveillance of persons tional in the usual sense of St., at 12:4-1: a. m. Saturday. This money will be spent as made .it 147. Lawtey made a'' In the final quarter Southern :! Bradford High's<< head I M iif.ilflfd.', liul. .*.u md. h riulreil'of y.)" ,HI"rr to her|ir* DS

selling clothes and other items the word, 'but "that. he was Crawford was charged with follows: To reduce teacher load serious threat in the closing substituted their reserves coach David Hurse. on his *,i'nt' uiv' laliup, and, l .demandihl .
from cars within the city somewhat retarded and could failure to have his vehicle .minutes of 'the game, but Con- ability to train athletes. '. li \ ..11. oI Ithc >f v.>u
22012.50 Library aides ((6 at .tBttl l
; and Johnny Powell promptly II1UhUVt Y stnsI:1'Y Ih. "
limits without a permit. not adjust to usual classroom under cont.I'ol.Elizabeth $240 clerk to ner held and then managed to The Quarterback Club plansa : <' Ilo.lr, >t ll...>.4>MM4.ll. lat 1'
"They're not only doing business conditions. P. Dobbs 21, Rai- mo.) $10,080; I went Into action scoring two fish fry for Friday Nov 12. tif "Id"c >unty In the (''...nU 666I
ford. driving a 1964 Ford anda keep records, $1,680; equIp- run out the clock. long touchdowns in less than I k.luilxt' >i lriicli..r( .. l "County o'I..r
they're cheating people Argued Over Knife preceding the Lake City foot- -nurl
ment $500 Audlo-vlsual.- his. at' his >rrt In the "
force- road grader driven by Her- ; Southern Discount, 20-Hol five minutes on runs. -it 60 and
too Mrs. Johns said On the afternoon of the .
$20.500: Books and .
auioment. .: -- --- - -
fully. murder of his mother, he hud man Lee 24 Stal ke, at 3:30: p. I v
m. Thursday. Oct. 28, at Intersection printed material $23,772.22.Title
The council agreed to pur- objected to a supper of fried
chase a ad In a pamphlet of SR 230 and Water Two money ($7,000))
page filth, refusing to eat. After sup.
designated Bradford Coun
sponsored by the Chamber of per, they had argued over a St. No injuries. Elizabeth
be used for for
ty will books
Commerce at a cost of $150. "jungle knife" Ronald wantedto Dobbs was charged with fail

The ''book will contain inform buy while his mother ure to heed a stop light. Luke libraries, Casey said

ation about the city and will thought the money should bespf'.nt DeSue, 62, Starke driving a Don (Morgan architect, hired
by the Board for several construction -
be ,given free to Interested for something more use 1948 Chevrolet pickup truck
and Robert B. Pontius 49. and renovation pro
ful. Hartleton. Pa., driving a 1965 jects, asked for a committeeto 1Oic OFF
After supper, Ronald was
Ford at Intersection of U. S. work with him. He also suggested -
3 More Tax sharpening a set of knives
301 and SR 16 7:23: a. m. I that the Board consider -
kept In the kitchen drawer'which
some plan for air-condi-
Wednesday, Oct. 27. No injuries. -
Suits Filed he said !was one of his
DeSue was charged. with tionlng classrooms In new construction -
chores-as the argument con
failure to yield the right of I
tinued. He stepped behind his The Board
authorized the
[Continued From. Page One]
mother and stabbed her in the way.Donald L. Cochran 30 of hiring of a. teacher for older
back ,between 'the left shoulder -
"What the timber compan- Apopka. driving a 196S Dodge special education students.

ies are saying, in effect is: ,iblade and the neck Mrs. and Jim H. Kersey. 30. Starke. Principals Jim Temple and

the heck with our schools our Hansen fell .to the floor, where driving a 1957 Cadillac on Charles Francis asked for the

roads our other county facili- she bled to death. West Brownlee St., at 3:30: a. teacher stating that classesfor ON THE PURCHASE OF ONE

ties, M long as, they can take The family had moved 'her m. Sunday, Oct. 24. handicapped children take
from New York, and had
our natural resources and ship care of most of the problem

them out of here," Long con- a small frame house Registration Books students' .but that the olderproblem

cluded. on 100 southeast of Starke. students should be

The boy's father was not here Open In Lawtey placed in a special class SIX BOTTLE CARTON OF COCACOLAIN

STARKE at 'the time of the murder, Bradford High Principal

but was still living In New (Continued From Page Onel) Connie Clark said, thai. approx-

York, where .he was employed.He .
run this Imately per cent of Bradford
BUSINESS hoped to move here after yenr.
Lawtey Marshall M. M. Jordan : are severly retardedand

the place was paid ,for. was given a $1,200 pay Increase need specialized help. HALF QUARTS
''Mr. Hansen stood by Ronald
DIRECTORYAUTO by the city council Casey said an extra unit In
the ,
through tragedy saying"He's
Monday but on .the condition speech therapy has been authorized -
ntlll my son. It Is reported -
'that h expenses of
that the elder Hanson ,,,
In other action the .
REPAIRS; the office except operation of 4MNf1"r.
has since died however
today under consideration
the police a request -
the house here 'has changed cnr.
Earl's GarageALL It hart ,been the practice for from Mrs Nelson Green

hands. the city to pay for the mar- for a study of ,the system of

AUTO KINDS OF shnl's uniforms his dry clean- paying bus drivers Airs. Green

REPAIR WORKAll Ing and said she has been driving a bus
Work Guaranteed Voters OK phone Another I
i for 17
condition Is that Jordan cutout years and Is paid the
960-2064 I Illume .
CourthousefContinued as 3-year drivers.
So. Walnut. Starha extra jobs and tend

strictly to being- marshal. He I rei

AUTO SERVICE ( From Pane One] will also lone $260 per your \ FFA

which hn must pay to qualifyto Chapter t

Gilbert S. Brown in bonds for construction of run for his Job.

four lane primary roads: fur, He will draw '''beginning Jan- Farmer DegreesAre i
Standard Oil ftnrvico Station 1
counties are given control of uary 1, I5.20O per year compared 4

ATLAS the legislature l ,through reap- to the $3.600 he presently ConferredThe r

Tllim!' BATTERIES: !; portlonment..XniciKliiiriitM. draws in salary

Budget Terms Road Service ApprovedThe Jordan had asked for a raise

Phone 9e4,-T0T1 vote on five proposed 'twice >before, .but no funds Starke and Bradford

.Ml N. Tempi Starke amendments favorable were available. He told theeOlln..11 FF.A Chapters have conferred!'
the Chapter Farmer Degree 4
was us follows: (Monday night;
26 /
HURST'S No. Authorizing establishment "I've been here almost four upon
Is the highest degree!' the 4 ,
of additional District years now and I think I'm entitled p
Service Station
local chapter can award.
Courts of Appeal: for 706; to a raise..
Ten members!' of Bradford
Gas Oils LubricationPHILLIPS against, 443. In statewide vot- Mayor Charles Shuford commented ( i I \
Chapter\ received the degree:
66" .
747; against 072. The road "This has been themost (
Goodyear Tire & Batteries. defeated In James Mott. Jerry Chitty, yiIa s
bond program was popular year I've everKeen
ROAD SERVICE .James Allen, Tommy Wynn
statewide voting by a vote ot424,4'H ( for advance. I realize '
Roy Knight L. J. Kite. William -
against and 27 .OI6 living expenses are
SHEET METAl. WORK something ] Newman. Ronnie Newman -
for. fierce. You van 'buy $5 worth
Jacky Bennett and
Thompson Sheet No. 8- Kxeanpllng mobile 'of groceries nowadays and
James Sellers. The 16 receivingthe !
have a hard time
finding themIn
Metal Works homes and house trailers from decree in the Btarke
: your pocket when you get
ad valorem taxes: for, 720; Chapter are: Pat Castlen.
: All Types Metal Work 633. This amendmentscored home. Gregory Alvarez Lamar Cle-
i ESTIMATES, FABRICATION The council has also ordered
a close. vtctoiy in statewide mona Doctor Carlton George
AND INSTALLATION a new police cr, a 1964 Chev-
: 344.233 for, andLAWSON'S Browning. Charles Coleman ld
: Heating & Air Cond. Systems voting: rolet which will replace the A F
David Oriffls, Emory Prevatt.Uo.d I
Ph. 964-0714 Rd. 16E-Bt. 1 '81: model 1I
Bryan Jerry Whitehead,
to Councilman Mllo<
Thomas Johnson, Roger Rowe CoI
Smith. They voted to
accept Paul Crawford. Mike Chitty
: MARKET the; $1.40993 .bid from Hullck
Charles Leach and William a
Chevrolet.In Ward.

: ':: Cold Storage Grocery Store other action Clerk Kthel To become: a Chapter Farmer a.

1 4 Reddish reported that representatives a student must have completed -
1 r rI of the Hill F>tat
.ta a year's membership In
.t have refused 'to enter Into a
the FFA earn and have on
90 year Inane for a playgroundIn
deposit or otherwise produce
.. I the Negro section
of town. I
I tively invested at least $50. be
The council has been negotiating -
# familiar with parliamentary
+Qw Lhi 4 for ninths In
I an attemptto procedure and be able to leada
t 4I / find an area for the play
group discussion for 15 min-
.t ground. Cuunt 'em. You get 16 ounces-3 full R.I| *! *H or

.. utes.Bradford Chapter Presi- fee-in e\ry Half Quart bottle of Cora-Cola. things

dent John Odom gave a reporton More economy, Afore convenience more Coke. More go

Ii Activity Ban his trip to the National economy because in thin new size you get more

I II I FFA Convention in Kansas Coca-Cola for your money. More convenience

. Still Effective City.A. because you make fewer trips to the store or

.. highlight of the meeting refrigerator :More Coke because this Is the bottle better.

(Continued From Page Onel was the! presentation of the
. with the built-in Half (
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and spare-every |uart

.. Casey explained "and will Honorary Chapter Farmer Degree !gives you not two. but three full glasses. of Coke over

Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We to Ollson! SUva. the Brad-
. poHHtbly be changed" It was ice. Its unmiatakable .taste give a lift to your 0 e

, will Pickup and Uutcher. There will be a approved nUmg with the rest ford Chapter exchange student spirits a boost to your energy pick up !several! __ __ .. .
of the proj..-ta by the Board. from Brazil. cartoon of Coke in this new size tomorrow e
Small Fe for Tick-up-Butchering cows $3.00) per
I iVneatlomtl
Under the State and Federal The Bradford Chapter also!
Head and Hide. Hogs 3c per lb.-Cleaned Weight.
projects Casey listed -
sold six head of rattle Monday
and S'/jC lb. with
For Chill-cut wrapping per paper as approve:
at Gainesville Livestock:

We Sell Beef and Pork for Home Freezer $9,01560 Vocational): electronics office\ education$23.- Market and planted 10 acres ItOTTI.EIl. .: : l" AUTHORITY OF THE: roc-('OLt COMPANY< e Hl"GAINFSVILLE

t ItitSO: ; data proi-rining i''I.' or oats fw> winter >?rarnq.:
Phone 9CI-82SI :21!I* Washington St. QQCA-CIQLA RQTTUNT. CO.
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34-0 Over Live Oak

Homecoming Yictory 7th For Tornadoes

;: Behind a charging Tornado Brody Harris attempted t a
r' line quarterback Donald Falcon quick kick on third down butit I For

passed and Mickey Agnei traveled' only 20 yards going I Fernandina Trip
and Cwlght Elder ran Bradford off theside ct his foot as the,

High to a 34.0 homecoming Bulldog signal caller was rush

victory over hapless Live ed by the charging Bus line. Set TomorrowPutting
Oak here Friday night. Aaner's TD came on the next
: It was the Tornadoes' play

seventh straight victory this Kicking off to the Bulldogs: / their 7-0 record on

season to leave them undefeated to open ths second half the I the line here Friday. Coach

and untied. It was their Tornadoes' tough defense! gave i David Hume's Tornadoes will
third Florida Star win the up only four yards in three storm the defenses of Fernan-

most of any team In the conference downs and Thwon Du..' punt \ dlna's Pirates. In the next) to
t- :eoi and keeps them on r went out at the BUS 37. With I : the lost road game"

.;: top in league play. Falcon still at the helm. then > Every Toinado U healthyfor -
Elder scored three touchdowns the Tornado: covered; 73 ) \ :! the contest even quarterback -

t one on a 64 yard gal yards In 15 plays for their sport : : I Donald Falcon's bridged: :
111 lop, to lead, his teammates. fourth TD. Elder went over feats \ : hip has quieted down. Couch.
i r Agner avoided a tangle uf from the one with 4:04: left in COu; \ | nurse expects to start the

Bulldog tacklers to go 24 Junior end Joey Reese .M>nniMr.. for a big gain after nnuK- the third period. Falcon con- attack. : same offensive And defensive
-- -
yards for another TO. and end verted his fourth straight and >> team, he ho. been going with
Donald Falcon aortal lust t .. the .
glng a Friday wgiklnvt Ouk.KF I
of the IHIS rrcms. country. team shown above,
Starke led 280.Elder !)
Joey Reese opened things up of the for the post several weeks.
Ire Larry Henry and Tony. Lawson. In front aid iary .McKiw: in the tint period by scoringon 'M> caught right; .pa.._ for 89 JuriU for an oiittuiiilliiKhonMNHimlng A ;nr. and Joyner of the Fernnnillna. .H expected to

Paul Kaufmunn. The squad ha w. 4-0 rrrorcl to date. 'I an eight yard pans from .prrfornuuire.hla punched out steady gains to bAlan bone!> of the tougher games

Kalcon.Falcon's. the Bulldogs 37' before Falcon of the for the Tornadoes
t unison
senior. counterpart Eddie ed most of the with the I
Cross pin point pawning game went to the air. He hit Douglas .innklnit somewhere be-
Country Squad Sports I Douglas" Krldtiy.' tintbbml eight opposing te m I..klnItkfl/ A I
had the.. Bulklugs off balance ) for 20 yards to the 17 and. hind hake City Hurl Pnlatka."
11 aerials his blur und Conch
of coming Griffith
wy Tony
I from ,the .. The three plays later threw U \I The Plates are bin and font,
Clean Slate After 4 Meets very beglnnng.<< for 89 yards. It waa the most threatened to break both pairs I. '
\ yards to Reese at the four
well defense
ace quarterback dlttn't run they move on
in this week.It .
caught a single by
I, once all night long but he game i and then toxsej! .;!; to Elder In the they hnve what could easily f
meet were: 1 i any receiver this' season aa was truly a passing. / Bradford High's cross county Thursday's |I completed eight of 16 prunes flat for two. Two !plays later. t become an excellent passing
team won Its third and James Street (PKYI. 11:10: : ;' for lid yards. the Tornadoes |H>ll hrtl their and the Tornadoes wasted no the top running halfback went attack and they are hard to
Lawson IBH31 11:17: 3 I pausing.. attack. for Fernandina time in demonstrating! thntfact.
ourth meets over P K Yon e ; fullback I bent on their home' flel.1. Theyhave
Only Agner contributed
week with Oary McRae IBHS1. Larry I and Lake City. Falcon and! his chargingRig over.Clean ,
I'urlng'! the pest more yardage: the red Jersey's filled the .: a 4-2: record with leases
cores of 23-30 and 24-31 Henry took sixth place for hard driving fullback has. found Captain' Hutch' ReiVtlng Red offense took just 121 field then as Coach Hurse to Holies and Santa Fe and
distance !fitarke' at 11-40: James Mc-: minus even his sun shttdes, I plays. front the. opening gun I'I'I
The Tornadoes' ace his legs. In the laxt i ito cleared his bench. Elder took I win over Macclnmiy Oreeu
at 11::4S. running Friday night. played" l "the, top to drive 81' ynnl for their
senior Tony Lawson. Crary was at ,
gunner and l over quarterback a position !> Cove. PKY and Camden Co.
Friday nightrushed
Kaufmann was gains game of Ms career," according first Tl, covering V7( of I I
i lime In second last ThursdayKith and Paul yarns he had played In the ninth (t...
a time of 11-17: over the ninth at 11::50. for an eight yard 19 average to hitS coachM. The tough the drive through the Air. grade arid midway the final I; tjtiurteibuck." Benny Alvares
he carried times
liwo mile course but brought In yesterday met Lawson as the Tor. niUkllrirunrd. !led the charging Kah-nn'a hip. which he period called his. own number 'I j ran throw! the ball "real well,"
for 119 yard* Klder.
down to 10:23 yester- led the Tornadoes to wins In Tornado forewall. haraniMxl the bruised. in the Palntka game the
>Is time : bark toi for final TD : according, to the Coach Hurse. .
llay In a return match to take first second fourth and seventh nado' top running Hulking backfield, .and nude' was .null nut completely well' From his own 34. Elter : He hns i nod pred' and fakes
rlrst. place. In eros. -.ountry places. McRae was second !'I date lulled in ..t quiirtrrback several tncklvs behind the line end' so Coach Pnvld, Iliirarordered went around right end on a tall'l"811
halt but
moot of the s'-ond
[ wins with thinner > at 10:29.: McCrary was I of scrimmageHrthllng, him not to run the pig .
the lowest score quarterback I keeper and scampered AI!.airK'H inaltt trouble. mi
netting one point and fourth at 10:43.: Henry seventhat found time to carry the pigskin broke his regulitriclajwes skin but the Uttle quarterback 64 yards for his thirdof ; inn hm been somebody who

i n down to 10 points for tenth 1110. and K-iufmann ninth 13 Urn** for S3 yards anA I during the IHtUitku Htill cnllml a great game, threw. the nluht Halfback, David could itch. his. bullets' accordIntl .
5 a
I,Uce !lat 1110.: I' yard average game: and "'r""' night also| nmgnlflfrntly, and hamllrtl his Shannon threw the first block > : to the BHS scouts. Ends
Times arid places In last Junior Jouy Keene, taking. I broke his nun. shades He plny- running back with oreclalon<< i that sprung Elder but IIC'nl.rIrURrd Steve !Ilnvllle. n 178 I pound

I pans receiving honors from .. In. indicated by the al.tl8l1cslr.ck" Jimmy Hluckslicar. executed Junior, HIM; Hill Miller, a )J83

I I on top in the Men's Com up by Agner\ and Elder" a perfect downfleld pound, senior both hAY !good
'I miclal League." Terwillegar 'By Gainesville Sun Rider returned the Bulldogs'" block that was. the key to hands anti Ruot' sliced Both

BOWLING moved into top position this opening kick-off to his 19, and pending! the hard running Tor- ( are bin and strong
week with a 4-0 win over ]: Agner bulled over right/ tackle nado on his way, Th.'lr' running, barks are big

NEWS i Starke Lanes Clyde nrw1ll".j Falcon ChiLsoii Tapped for II I yards. on the first play Mil was peifectly ,'execute1!, | : rnloni lloryl Hlce\ IRS: right

I gar led his boys I from wrlmmng Falcon. hit Line Couch. Tony Ortfflth said' half, and Harry Hlce. IRS left
series while J. Brummett with Krexe. for the secant." first I after watching game films. < halfback are their top nuttier

TIIVRSDIY MCIIT < 480. led Starke Lanes.' For Grid l Performances U Fwn, a 13 yanl completion to Falcon's extra point try wa I II A ItAh are fast and strung but

MIXED notBI.FS :i Starke Motor Parts dropped' the Htarke 47 on his. first .p.u.. blocked. but the Tornadoes. hada yards ) i : Hurry' In tabbed its the bent

.tW: Auto Supply holds i, to second- place by splitting In eve poses. on the drive, I 34.0 homecoming shut out e first place for the third week 2-2 with Camp Standing Donald Falcon invaluable an Honorable Mention from Falcon mimed only once. Coach Griffith hud "words, of he has defense. nml U a "real tough
titer taking four points from Bonn Mahoney. with a 603aeries. I Tornado quarterback, receive: the Sun for his efforts against Two playa later he threw pratne for defensive! tackles far : boy Junior fuMunck Harry

LaRue Insurance. Jim Brum- I led BMP while Frank the Qalneavllle Sun's Back of Palatka The dilvlng fullback 28 yard to senior end RlilleDouglaa Ronnie Tomllnmm and Jim / Mills\ 170 aIM has gcMtd speedau .
melt had a 581 arles for the 1 Wo'.rrpd. with a 346. set the' I the Week award for his superlative tushed for 15 yard. hlllh..t In the Tornailoen! lending l- Oodwln. both Junior "We were gainer : runs fairly hard

linnets. "hi> Matt Schroeder pare for Standing Bob Drake I i performance In Brad- the game and: scored a tOIl..hdown puna. receiver. to the Hull- real pleased with them; they the : Center David Johnson a inn

rolled a 477 for the low of 8MP rolled hUh game for I fold's big 26-7 win over Paint- on an 10 yard run In dog 24 Agner gut three yards.Falcon 're. improving with every name under. pound Junior, Is. a tough, chirp
Taking three points from the right with a 234. ka. ene> of the> Tornadoes': two 80- mlsMwl) Ke*.., but threw They've still got to move a hus. : I( lineman and probably the
TV Service Center was Mur- Oem Jewelry took over third I It is the second time this I yard drives allaln% U e M<"- to Elder for HX| yard to the little. quicker on the snap. | but and h"" mo t hiird-none| on the squndHe
rhee Insurance with the help place with a 4-0 win lover theStarke season the Tornado signal. roons. Agner carrier for a total 13. I other than that, they're doing home plays linebacker!' along/
ot Bettle Sprow's I high series Jaycees.. Bonny Lawson caller has won the award I of SO yards and then added | Elder' came right batko- real well." the quiet spoken 83 with harry ftlce. Tackle, Jim

ot 516. High for the I losers was was high: for Oem with a 34 Against the Braves he threw I the TI) I Ilh. trust down and Agner line mentor staled l Young, IH.V: and John Bunch
Phyllis Brown's 496 set and 231 game James Wll.I two touchdown passes, for 34 ,I Roger Chllnon. the Torna j went up the mlcMIe for six He also had good Uilims to "II..r' 'I 1HO both seniors, are touuh..
with and 39 yards, scored one himself does' ace d..t.ns'.nd and about linebackers Hteve .. to aggressive linemen
Also taking three points was Llama pared the Jaycees< I yank before Falcon threw to| say "lie hard more
I on an eight yard end cornel back wa named Lineman < Keystone's Saf-Oas. opposed 1441 l I Reese In tha etui l aunt for the Tllley Mickey against Junior guards
oy Carp's. Wayne Henderoni Independent Telephone Co. weep climaxed: by a beautiful of the Week last week' 'playe-j their position,. real I IflS. and Ilubba Williams )150

ailed i: a M.h series of 536 for brhlnl E PaU' 312 set, slopjrd fake, r'WIheJ for 76 yard., for his efforts aiislnst New ,- well" Ends Douglas< and Kerne ed him both have th-r aped' | and reaction
he winner., while Bill Lovell ( Draw-Tlte 40. Walt Koby and kicked one extra point Smyrna Running the New" also "'did a good Job." much to pull well, and will

"ad> a total of 494 for theo also had a 312: high for Dr... and ran another Smyrna quarterback he tackled Offensive Coach Mike $* ::11' CO | stick with t:leir mnn
'ers Tits behind' scrimmage! several ton praised the. performance of year The riiaOs rUn 6-3-3 defense

Another three-point winner Burnett Dyal) set. the pace time on key plan and forced guard Tllley, Roger Chlliwm as a l plm: .rlly and about Plait

IVU Willlsms Jewelry oppose; :< fur Faulkner's Sinclair' ServiceIn a fumble whkh BUM rt'C"ov'"d and Lesion Morgan who did .... ; : of the faces' writ be seen. on

>) Lake Oenrva' Trailer Sale' their 3-1 win over Clay The Junior lineman very a 'lea) good Job In their greatS' ; :. rl the off >n-ive unit Hophomoie
Rudolph Hutrheson's 496 serf Electric Dyal had a 6AO set strong an' fast was In on five trap Offensive tackles Andy ff : Tummy L linn, 170 I I. at mktdleiruurd -
.IJuF"ullhsvrk :
> was high for the winners white Watt Edmorxtton led theCoop tackles and blocked a punt Mayton and John Hprnulpr "He's t : : and senior DuvfalBndeffrr
4 t lie John Allen's SM topped boy. with 574 "Chll i h919Tr along this __X'!. Coach 1*' 'I Wills and two
:. losers. Standing Terwille. 26- turned In good performances since ; le Deep men are
Team standings DAW. 22- 10 SUrke Motor Part. 2i-lt vii Hume ...... And< h? is the The ends, stun rain In for HUh i : new fac-eo In tarry Dupen, 170

|10 Vfurrhee. 19.13; TV 9'rv- Ofm Jewelry. 33-13. BUndlng. 1 kind of player that you can high praise on offense and defense leader ,, pound unlor.('' and Hobby<
I 174-U's. LaR-ie. 17-15 73-14 Faulkner 19-17 ITCDrawTlte. put anywhere ant expect a Rpetp and Douglas lilt horse ; Johnson MO purl' .senior

I -!af-Oas. 17-15 Williams. 14- 120.: Jaycees, 12- fine game front: him. HP filled 'I their downfleld block tackles. ant I As every game this season. ,
|I8 Carp's 1418. Trailer Sales 24 Starke Lanes 3-33 In at middle"iisid<:t a very hard, as well an running their has the Ff-rnandlna. contest la a
1 .244 1 difficult for an Inexperienced: pass pattern with finesse : must for the Tornadoes If they
man. for two games when regular The superb Tornado line ; are to .keep alive their' hopes'
( (< 9r.t0 at
Butch Redding WM In- held the Hulktwa to 29 foi, a Claw A state title
the first roun: com ,,
hired an-' plan defensive end I quad
,srjs running and 12 yardiHM
|Dieted.;! Ttrwlllegar Motor Is *II rap''". "I I IC'O"
and romerback He hu a re.putation I paullla "

of bring I one ot the NTTI"1Ir... game Is next Tu*dujf,' night at
hardest men on the squad to Mir. heygwr bull <4 Mil" ported. / 7 130: In Mscclenny
move hi* way for a first down In the First flowna 22\!\ Adlt ,,' Freshmen Char' m Hmlth a

Tornado linemen have dotnInated T.r..I.- ishonrrlaning. flushing 12 2 pretty I torkle. and' Hu' IBJEIP'ClDll1ImYOU .fez the Dun Award this tb-tory" os.r IJve ft.rld.., Pairing I 10 I The l '" I, halfback were, credited by
season end Eddie t>>uglsa wai night.gt*r haa nnhml foe Penalties O 2 | (:!oiicti Chuck MA-.OII with

BUY A NEW OR USED CARFIND nominated for hit Banta Fe IWIfI peel. en far this -_. y..... ('..In..1 4f\\ 61 five <) .. > turning in due performance. '

game end Joy lleme an-i Hunting. < 3/11 20laintng I In both imm. Quarterback
tackle Jim Oodwtn won II \ Ilk 12PenaHle .) Mill helots center and tac'ki I II&nbble
ttne flr t Tt with 8.4e .left In the O *> | Mrnlth and mthIlsruard !
(amid' fslran Jointly fir the Hi. Au u< !
OUT Ar Hlcnal ('..IWTo content. an' now Chllaua i* first period Falcon. converted' Y copped the high Honor.\ and the more was 7-O. r.._. (krmf4eted! i4.PM 2.10 The eredltecl with. dnlnit goat |inks

date this season Falcon Douglas .U also sure to be In The Mwofxl TT came In similar ''e_. Int. by I 2 Hitilor In the ninth grade; gume wltbaka
ha. connected eight TD I fashion the .eecsnd time JI'1wnb'I..t' I I hut '
BUYERS the running this week alter by wishes, f
HOW CAR poses and has thrown for a catrhlnj two TD passes blnck (ha Tornadoes had the ball Punt 1-37 A211Hc \ the "" '
He leads After a drive of *O ta..t. Elder -
total of 431 yards
Inc a punt playing suprrla re by QuerteraBradford : ford
MAY SAVE the Tornadoes In scoring with live defensive ball and blocking went over from tile one 14 7 7 4 34 and .
45 points. The second highestscorer like a demon again Pa trttrd mark Just before the end' Live ()oak O O 0 '0 0 and to '. '"
on the squad Is end Ed-' latka of the first pvrloii Falcon'* Tout'bikiwnaj ;<
{[[ UP TO ]} S2OO d:. Douila with >! points all - earned straight' mnverelunm j Bradford: fl-. n yd paw I stint | I.
,. It 14..) '. "
of which h- scored" on vasnes I I from t'mbim. Elder.. 3 run oft I I II I IMA *
THE I The drive was spiral) by two .. > l
from Falcon | I. 1. ami' 64 y.rle. and Agner :' < I
STATE The shifty little signal caller pas, broth to R__. '.K pKl ( I I I
FARM MUTUAL 24 yd run Kxtra; point : ll..ms ,
a barn twisting runner' an aril 18)11 rdII. Agner ala con ktrkwl f PLANLow affiliate. paver with ptn-; olnl tartol this one off .th an I III > ,
V CAR FINANCE I Carp* Charley
precision.! and an excellent card juant over right guard i for :w ; ) i :

cost financing through a o.!nslTe player first won the Right halfback Randy Joyr Cage Practice E.
cooperating bank and Bark of the Week. award r>er who curbed for an 14
local aarv! /lour low cost Insurance tool Jt-O victory Falcon threw two with .It pst '. In ,seven carrtm. Under WayA Johnsbout

TD pane, and kK1 tlTe of had runa of 7, 1, and 14 yards
'eta ertra points (u> help out The 14 yarder took down boy reportMoo-
CALL TODAT9! ? Fullback Mickey A nr got the ball to the Bulldog four on day for the tint day of ba.- .. this queallont|

a slashing.. driving run before ketball practtre at Bradford "Auto insurance, retidencefire '
four tacklers drug the 1M Hum under their new coach
r.IKH: TO Hr)N''''IIC heft, funnily lIoIMh y.
pound Joyner' to the ground WarM Adklnaon
s .
TI RKF.VTh hI1/1pT heallh-urtltlent can
The third BHH touchdown Letterman Wsyiur fcp l o-l
all h personal In. uraiwe
MERRITT WILLIAMS fftarhe" Rks Ludg willprimor ramie with I 12 left In tt* second Paul. WcII: r Turkey fUtnot' cb, tieiiod wttt Agner slashing and, Gene KerldUhi! were amortUi t re packaged by the Chjr-

"i Walnut Saturday," tbrougti December ever rujht guar; and going 24 1. dozen with Donald Fslron/) l 'ley' K.: John. Agency with
: Ph. 9&1-.191 1 .117.
.;JI H. sCarttrwc at t "10. Pro- yards to paydUt on first oVret and Joey Rene to react after total premium payable

-a will go to rlMrttabU pro- Falcon: converted the third football seaon Center Has monthly or quarterly
I Stark Florida ..ra.... oonsnrvl by lie Elks 1 straight tone and the Tornsdoea Wild. who also 1 saw action On

Kv.ryon. .. tirvtt4 to tarn had a :21-0 wad at haKtime. the vanity .last year. U aJar
i Charley E. John
and rent for a Thaak.sTlv1ng out I ; : :
"a'I and Coo tms turkey ACT**"* TO was actually etU9 \3y from the JV aquayl are I IJoIpeC'I. Agency:

STATE FARM when Bulldog end R*, > Joe Daufman, Oerald I'JlJeoc.I J | (
Cabin !Ilntgttept.d" a Falcon I Dow; Brown. tJIole l Crosby,, and '
5 Marl a-b..a. be..s C/ .., nreu.ar PlaatW .......... U.u at 11wTF18 'J pass on Uw Live Oak three Bryan' Erwin. Tao seniors.ateve : ,_ l I'MONK 101-0201
l..... : GRAI'I.. Rare (Mtge yard und fosbU to move hu Baker and John Odom
I T.. ails Gaut) I t.n.4Q. in leu AHa,. q.earterbwtY alf also Vila wl fwr U>e ,pVf I

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Pecans Hit :Th ,I Starke reckless driving wilful ''ton. failure to heed stop N. J., no authority. $100. Islah I the First Methodist Church of I the SIal.t Reel n..pllrtm..I.

I and wanton, $35 or five days. I, sign, $25 or five days. Allen 30 Hampton; voluntary Gainesville, will preach at the i 8u<'h propoiMl I r..rs, ,mill I Information -
30.5c / Norris! W. Peiry. 34. rra-arrtliiK. 'lhl '1'.11'! ror
High Jacksonville A. J. Stilckland Starke. two intoxication
: $35. Caleb C. 7:30: p. m. service. Hldii nr Inxutx'tlon. "f. I ID' >bnllol'lInit
__ Improper: passIng, $25 I charges of passing wo.thlessI Adams, 32, aaln--'vllle. Unlawful -II A basket dinner will be serv- ,iiuy b. obtained fionl, C. L.

Ppcans "rose to a high of __ I or five days. I I checks. $15 or 30 days eachcharge. speed; $20. Homer L. Kel- ed after the morning worship.Everyone WllWHI. lllHlrlvt. Clllfl, I'lclUHrtl -
: o.s: John W. Me -k. no age or ley, 55, ,I Manaa-rmvnt. A outdoor Art-
rents l M pound al| the HPCond I Jacksonville. voluntary is ,
Invite to at- KlorldnSlut"
I: : vfrllKlnaur n.-h
I. aUI'tlna1': \ of thc season .4 'ri-- address! three charges of passing -1 I Curtis E Baker, 42. Jacksonville Intoxication. $35. Thomas J. : f-nd all Homecoming< acti- I Kuail, LiriiHrlinrnl., Luke City.

held at the Btnike Farmers a worthless check: $13 or failure to hpei stop C. Ellenberg. 22 Orlando: unlawful vities. Florida.. ,
30 days on each charge. I &lgn $23 or five days. Each .bid must b. act ..11I1' I
''Market last ThuiwJ.ty., speed. $30. Larry J. oilier ,
Ird hy a Caahlcr l.h..k or
.. Phil Crnnkh'te:, market nvinAgcr Pete Hall. 53. Oaln svUle. j I Emmanuel Blown 30. New by. no dilveis license, $25. non-i-ani-ellal. l, I inntruitixnt, I
saW the volume WAS cr 7ft17cA! $4.1,!' unlawful speed $25 or five Starke. failure)]\ to have vehicle I Carl H. Perry 26. of THE RIGHT POINT for th In the aihuuiit' tit tluo (or on. *
I days. under control. $:IS five Item, l..u rarh for two or ,iiu rrItvma I
n.OPO (pounds( about tho mine L I II or days. Gainesville no drivers license! .....ecd
L Charles B. MoLeod 22,1 Elm r E.: PlttonII1lers: $25. William way you write. Conj In and up to Unl n'rt to <
the ; I L. Purvis .
tiS opening sale but that I no age 11,000. TlllN d. po.lr l I. a fUHi.ui-"
quality nnd, prices were both I I .- ;, .... ., t Starke. unlawful cpeed $25 or town. Pa., failure to reglstsr.Jlsmlasetl. or address unlawful rpeel: I _le..a ;jrfur favorite ESTER. tee that t thv i Itlel l M.-i." If .u.,. ,..<..
Improved. I I three days. .: $30. Kenneth R. Walker: failed:! ful. will rnliT lnl'' .. wtllKnluntrait ,

The averagro price was 18.17: I I "' ,- Phillip W. Horn, Jr. 22. z.;'. L. Van Tassel 23 Starke : to register. $50. Richard L. | BRO I'. Fountain Pea. TELL t terms of thin In ke.prupoaal..-i>luic. with Mipnlni Ih '

rents n pound as compared Jacksonville unlawful speed unlawful speed;;\, $23 or five fe. lIcr. failed ta: register. $50.farrell j i ubmttid by immii, .t.....f ul I i 1,101-> .
I t .
I 11 $23 or five c'ays. days.P. CJKAP.I dora will !I.. rcturnua Ininifillut -
with the opening sile: nvprnga iA J, l! >; } R. Biigs. failed to ,
of 12.7 due ,to the Interior! ,: Oscar' S. Hairis Jr., 41, A. Orcpn Jr.. 25 register $50. Leonard O. Johns I| kUivriuilul".ly rollowlntr' bidders.I. d'trrmlnatlon of
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)1" ? r Gainesville' unlawful' speed. : Impiopcr: 1 passing. $25 Starke'l Jr.. .. .
quality of early nuts. I unawful speed $20. Charles < %!.!. bOll nillMHwnlir The Department r .ervf 'the
Price range on the most ., I :;i.' $30 or five days. I j days.T. Griffin, failure to yield .. bids will' i 10.. received. all right tu rejoct, Any or all hlda.
.- ..... ,. .'f Foster M. Brunson 52. I Iley. right of $50. thc Construction (Offlr. Stats and to waive technical errors an
E. Manning Jr. 19. Law- way Robert W. '
popular varieties was: us follows ,I- for the intercut
I UoHd IH duemiMl best
...... Gainesville' unlawful speed riepartnirnt. Htarke. Klur- may
: Curtis, 16 to 22: cents; - unlawful speed $25 or five McMellon. failure to have vehicle .Ida. a 11.I on' A.M. on the 12th day i>r I the StateI'HorKllTIBH
Mixed 10 to Moneymakers; : $20 or live days.!! days. under control, $50. Nor- or November.; 1445 for the demolition MA.VAI1KMKNT: *:
Senior Homecoming Float James M. Malone 19. Ocala. rls Farnell. unlawful or removal, uf .buildings OUTIXJOIt ADVKIITIS1XO11IIANCH. ::
14 to IC'/i ; Kennedy, 21; Seed, unlawful, speed. $30 or five IIONDS ESTREATED speed ami uthrr( Improv.riiiHntu, ", on $et. l
lings II to 14'a' ; Stunt, 2'4'! iI Jacqueline E, Crawford. no $25. Marl Jane Bunch. Improper I lion nr.05-2601;; in Bradford ItlKht o( WHY \Dlvlnlon
to 30a' ; Success 20-22; Van Till Npnhtr. flout ultli ull four homecoming <|iipen cifmlldittcH.., aboard I I..* ahown... days. age or address worthless passing $50. H. F. Thornton1 I CountyNo ,,'WItW.HT.T": ROADDKFAKTME.NT

Deman-s 28. as It (iriM'ppiN. '.. UI|) North Temple' .\\.nil" lust Friday In I the uimiiul Homecoming Panulii Oak.George driving\ Harvey while license, 31, suspended Live. check $25. George C. Williams. Jr.. unlawful speed. $30. Ja.mesj j *'; It bill.l I"will>ubmltte I i-onelitrrMl l on the. union official tOfU 21 1114' : :-

No Auction will he heldn, Julta Walker, and Marlirnrvp dismissed.! 23. Savannah. Ga, unlawful M. Stovall, improper passing proposal| form provided b"ANNOUNCEMENT I
the market on Thanksgiving n..I,,'. speed:, $35. Donald B. Caraway $35. Jessie James Lane Unlawful .
Alexander Gainesville -
"day Thursday Nov. 25. 38. Jacksonville. speed. $30. Jan K. R.
four charges of r
passing! .
er passing. $33.:) Istah ImPrOP-/ Mills unlawful
worthless checks, $15 costs / speed $25.
HANK IIOMDXV) : .J!;. plus restitution, on each i 19. Jacksonville . to our many friends and client We are !
rpcft. $30. Alvin B :Marcus.
The Community State n.inlc. charge. i 29. Gainesville unlawful Methodists Set happy to welcome :Mrs. C. S. (Ruth) Haddock to I

of Starke ami( the Florid Ben E. Alexander. 38, Orange $30. J. W. Truett. speed'/ HomecomingHomecoming our Itcokkeeping Department and wish to announcea

Bank at, Stark": will not iis I Park drivIng while Tenn.. unlawful speed / new service of .Public Stenographer. (Letters. Insurance -

open for business next Thursday toxlcated $25 and! 10 days 1:1.// George Taylor Jr. 28. Jack- I cervices will be ; Forms Applications..) Your problemsare

Nov. 11, Veteran's )hay): ,- ; -, : 1dJ F 60 days. onvllle unlawful speed $30. held at the First Methodist our business.!'

a legal holiday In Florida. j : Dennis!! Lee Goodman age George!!! M. Slkes 33. Savannah. I Church Sunday Nov. 7 1. with

and address unknown. teckless OIL unlawful, speed, $30. : Rev John James Rooks. superintendent Rhoden's Bookkeeping & Tax Service

WINS I POICTAIUJr: TV driving wilful and wanton, Charles R. Sanders Jr.. 32, I of the Lakeland:\ 11J!) 'enter Street Starke, Fla.

Wayne Wninwrlght, of Law- $100 or 30 days. Halifax Va... unlawful speed District preaching at I U 1 a. m. Phone !>fi; M7ll: 964-0792
Paul T Fdllwood. IB Hamp-I MO: Flovd r..man. Nenhane. Rpv Tom Mitchell. pastor of .
tey won the portable television -

given away last Saturday

afternoon a.s a highlight/ of
the grand opening/ the Wc r de7.tO C .

tern Auto AHewifintp' Store 'IM I

dealer a Plastic franchised In Starke.Notebooks General $2.20 Kluctric: I"' j !QU. CLASSIFfIcTQ( $ [ G R UITS

Plastic Notehnnk! $2.20:! al th .

.- .- .- 20 words or IPMM. ..IIP> Inwertloiiminimum Memorial. 1tlutlon.... ftf. HI..pl"yd.N In CliMvlflfNl. Section.

( charge'' ) _- --- 1.00 Per word __,__.______________ ..05of VI.SO) .per Inch-nr..t In..rllon.
Winning Junior Float If not |1).101 l l In lulvmice ___ ____ 1.25
I.d.; .. Thank: I'p to SO words $1.25r| liuli after flmt Inwerllon.Insurance .
'OO I Keyed ..JL .: flout. In Ihn. BUS I'anulilust till (Inlniuni (.ha'..*) 2.50
\Mniiliig llomccomlnif I'rldray"a" ( charge) ___ _________ 1.25 ------ --------

zO' Shatterproof'' .. I |IIIK" uffirir: riuiotriipleil. hy I Ih" Junior (.11|IIH. Junior PrlnppNH. Almi* Ak. Each: additional. word otrr 20.. __ .05 herr 50 word. : .per word---------05. !

rlcll{" l Is lwurfe l hy the dig ii iiit.

I Iiip I Juniors. ..I.| ..> won lhe> senior. division of the nklt ('",nl.ptilion In 1 a
| Smith-Corona
POR Conventional SALE:
Problems? IISTI'IlIATTHF.S:' :!=; 8ALX F. H. A.. V. A. or FCR -
cLtQaG&S/. /i tin-. Tornadolilrl. last llnirsdny afternoon., The ninth grade won the & UPHOLSTERY( WORKS Ready mix concr.-te: concrete Loans are available In Starke portable typewriter Super" Silent )- ,

Junior 111\lliii. Hoth 'i'ris. .tnke-offn. of. the TV |rognim "Iliilliihaloo." Call The Man From block, house piers land! ce- or rural are s. lut. rate from Slightly used Handsome
"Keystone"George Tin Lemon St. Palatka aiPnt. mortar mix. rock steel. S't'\ to 6 per cent. Paramor case. All features standard\

{ONLY MAKF YOUR HOMF E. LaRue Furniture Repaired.! eyiter shell "merock roof Home phone 969-4111, machine Reasonable 328

"'- 33 Cases I restrictions on license $23 or Upholstered & Refinished! gravel lintels BRADFORD I StarkP. Fla. tfchg North' Church St. Up 11 4
Swell Plea K" nton* Helirht
190W ; Day ?
TIGHT \ five days. II -MATTRESSES REIHJIL1 !'NO CO. Phone 964:3531.
Consultant For All Your Starke. tfchg PIANO WANTED Must be I
3if.J..%'E DRAFT FREE ._- Court Docket Mrs. Joyce A. Benjamin 36 Inez Bennett McNeil. 39. Insurance NeediRepresenting New InnerMprinars In good condition and reason-
.. .
Jacksonville! failure to haveI
\ ........- of Barlow was Riven a fine of and Box Springs IN"I'U.\SM1 i ably priced. Phone 969-2011 WANTEDTO
I: i II 1 $35 01' five days In Jail by I vphlrle undr: : control, $35 or Greet American. h14. Co.Te [ Drop \'. A Card' or Call AT RKW'Cr.n n.TPnAlTo. ; Stchg 11 4

-AVES I A docket( of 38 cases including Judze; T A. Yawn In last I five days.: I Traveler In.*. Co. I ".\I..ATK.1':,\ 5OrmArTKH I FIR F.. no \TI BUY

26 Informations resultln WI ek's plea day session of Wllburn E. Rowland Jr.. 23. '.,1 473-4692 Da, 6 I'- M.IIRS. nOYI.K r.:. CONNER til FOLKS! Looking for bargains '

\\ 40% from last summers State \ County Court. Mrs. Benjaminwas Oalncsvllle Improper passing : 473-4325 Nltes! PFCOY HIIAU.EB I INSURANCE! AGENCY ? Come on out to the oil: Saw Timber
Prison riot await disposition charged on Sept. 21 by I $33 or five days.! Auto Fire' '- Home Runlnesii t 200 F.. Adklns "St.A&'it tfchg trading\ post We have furniture -
'i\t.\ < \\ ON FUEL when the Fall Term of Circuit I Flip Trooper( W. E' Sundberjulth Charles F. Magoffln. 2... I Monthly1; Payment' MaD I Starlet I clothing: toys appliances

tLt Cut with Shears COUI convenes here Mondnv: driving on the wrong Hide Gainesville, unlawful cpeed. j "I WE BUILD by your plins or heaters and many other Items and
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and Tack On "It's a very heavy load: cf tho road when' the rar he $::13 or five days. 'I FOR SALK-Fill dirt top iou.I will draw plans to suit you. I to choose from Just 3 miles

Clerk Charles D.rbytald./ and:! was driving collided with another I Ucnnle M. Jones 27, Jack I BE: SURE TO SEE J World I tractor work new and used I We build on your lot or ours north on 301 Open 8 days a

Genuine FLEX 0 GLASS Is the only I a venire of 85 jurymen has vehicle. beln dlven by sonville Improper start from Book before buying any other building iupplle W. T. Jackson Paramore! Homes. 969-4111 I week fiom 6 to 9. We buy sell PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY
window material that carries a 2 been drawn In anticipation of Carlton F. Turner on U S. 301''' parked position, sentence sus I Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne. Building MaUrl&l and Machinery Starke tfchg and trade Leonard and Ruby

year guarantee. The name FLEX 0- the lengthy term. opposite the B.feQ Phillip- 60 pended.. your local representative alms { Supply. Phon .... I Orlffls 2tp I 114 !..
GLASS protection.is printed on the edge for I Ayide from the 1 ilot charnes Truck Stop. Lawrence Scott Sobera. 25. 1936. P. O. Box 803. Phone> 4001 tfchg

your 12 Informations liavs been. The acrl.-lent:! occurred when I Wllllston. unlawful speed, $23 964-3794. !tfch MARY QARTERPAINTS Pl'RE OIL fOMP\Y: i '

...' $.rdWsr Lum..,s,.,. filed In the clerks office. They Mrs. Benjamin pulled out of or five days. FOR SALE Good business Has two bay service station TIMLOG Inc.

.Iverywher I are: her Ian! of traffic to puss nn- j Ben E. Alexander age and THREE BEDROOM. = oath i and residential properties In for lease' at Walnut and Mad. ,

A..' .. ",1_"JJ PIa.... Willard KittIes ngftiavatej: other! vehicle which hnl: slowed \ addiess. unknown. driving home on your lot. $50 0:? Starke Improved and unlmorovp \ lion Sts Paid tialntrm: available :5 Mi. So. Starke on 301
w....... (.V_ 'r ,,,...... ......,. I assault J. T. Hart. larceny I H. V Knight. P. 0 Call Travis l\.lath1.s.\ Jackonvllln
c......_" ..... .,.. : Kl'anj and was turnlnw off the while license revoked, 30 days down smaU monthly payment:: 1 : Lee Biitt forgery and I hUhway./ and runnnej Into the In Jail. Paramore Homes, 969-4111 i Drawer P. City tfctea 3M-1331 tfcha.

i I uttering a forgery/ L. C. front of the Ford( Econolini John L Madala 27 Olynco. !StarkP' tfrhn. I Contact I. II. Outlaw
and FARM U .\NTMOn : >
WIl-1 '! UCE3 SED PLUMBER Complete Line
I liams. Willie Ingram, truck being driven bv Turner I d\.. Improper passing, $29 or :
the state
builder Work done by highway: near Starke5room
Frank Kylr Jr.. larceny an I
In the opposite direction.' five days. : MUSICAL INSTRUCTION;
automobile: Max Allen Welch. I Mrs. Benlnmln nnd her five Ranr'olph J. Box 23. Law- SELL; TUADE hour Avory C Blade. Phone tfrhg about 10 house bath tillable electric Barnor Organ. Henry Flupftge-Ptanf
2R9-4491! Mnxvin- acres
Robei Lee Seeward. and Donald children who were with her In ley. Improper tag sentence I 24hr. Appraisal H-r\lrp.. fur Mrs Fluegtie Phone 473.473:,

D A V AUTO Siim* INC., :\ L. Mller.! escape from' the car nt the time of the rolll"lon. suspended.. your. old coin, free of rhnrgp. FOR RF.NT One Bedroom For .poultry Sen- full coops description for 1,000 and layers :- for free trial lesson. at. VII",

UHDERS HARDWARE AND SUfKVXOT State Prison: Henry Denton rerplvd only minor Injuries Samuel Lea White.. 22. HELOTE'S DIUTGSKpytoni trailer trailer apace with, pa- lowest down and monthly payments Plumosa :Motel. KeystaiHetichU

Bclch r. possession of a moon- Turner was Dinned In Height tloa. Over night parking. Close' All Purposes In first letter to Frank 4tp u 4
"hine still: Robert L. lihoden the wreckaop of his truck for We.stmore-
awl Franres B Brooks adultery -I some 20 mlnutl'I I and later un- FOR SALE 1962: Chevrolet\ to''and chopping Trailer renter Park. phone 969- Iluy One Cation: Oraf 916 17th Ave West Bel- FOR SALE House 8 room,

and Joe Louis Dean. Au- ()(,I wl'nt siir' rrv at University I Corvalr ramp lde truck 40.00r 32!)1 or !IH59-30U;! tfch (;Jet One Cnllon: mar N.J 2tp 114. :2 baths with or without funlture

gustus Covln ton. and Jasper Medical Cpnti, Oalnpsvll'p.\' I 12 Wides actual miles $1)9500. J. R FItI E i E: SIS( t.R .urTO\I.? : {' 10 acres Phone 911"

J. Chuncey. non-suppoit for multiple frnr-tuios: of both nulUnuton, Tfcha SINOER electric sewing\ machine lit K: TO IIIVflRC: 4961; 2tchg I Ii '

Also contilbutint! to the expected leirs Turner's rlauuhter who, (Custom Made I in con-sole cabinet like 'I Phone 961- 201 :Must sacrifice Sewing Ma-

I lengthy Kciu-lon me the was rl'lnu with him was onl> For Florida living FOR RENT Unfurnished 4 new Sews forward and reverse :.15.1:>>: N. TempleIIORSESIIOEIM chine Zlir-zans maks buttonholes i FOR SALE W --One two bedroonhome.
Madison St L.srclot
house. 250 N. Bay Cal
I trails of 21 Inmates I room
pending:: ll"htly in lured' All attachments for etc Balance due $/12. or
'I W.IIG took In ilot at the I Get t More : 964-6174 itch! 113.500: Also one two bee
[ ; pnrt a
Onlltv pleas were entered In making zlg-zax-: : ( ; : (; reliable party in this area can
I YOU I room home. OelTer Road. e'>
I Slut/ Prison on May 27. the follow\ I I vlntc and fancy stitch designs 'orrectlsP .
{ CHIPS: For Your $ IS Practical and f' asxume 18 per month payments -
rellent condition. Call 9<4
Nine prison guards( and one' II E Mnllii" Jr :20 St FuUy guaranteed Can be seen (riuliiittp" Knrrlrr. For free home trial >

I inmate' were Injured none[ I PrtenbiM'R, unlawful speed. 'I i No Salaried or Com. Madam RobertsSPIlUTUAIlmAlUm in your II....... Make right PHIL McLEODTplrphone :() write Credit Manager 8J6 NW 5771\ tfiMCE _

seriously\ In a :iUtiubanB": $2; 1V five dRYS. missioned Employee monthly payment of $4 91 or i 1st Place. '
I -2101I Gainesville. Fla or : .\RE.:% TO Bl IIII I
which brok? out In the dining xr K Zike, 18. 1 Keystone: II : ) : will Jtount for ('ashVrltp. Route I, ltu. 12.1 phone Collect 378-4783 NO 273- 15 acres. Paved KfFrwiUse far

rn )im% of th" East Unit In Hplxlil.s.1: failure to hoed stop DAD & RRAD LARSEN AND ADVISOR) () { Credit Manager. 122 S Clearwater I tfchKMLK 2tchg II 11rM for this tr ct' '; '

Bl'artCoI"1! County. Prison officials I :sljin.: $2S: or five divs." I LIKE TO WORK I will nnwer many q.ai'stIi.iiq Road. Largo. Florida.4tn town' lots of po sJbllltlI4SOO '"fe
) said It stil i ted as 81 pilnonins HermAn. Hnl'tl.'v. :20. IAlkl' ,, .1 II 4 ; : IIKI.P: WNTID: ru. OPPORTUNITY:
1.nllur" hulhnpplnpo I' Price and $1350 do'>
were being taken from Pity %unlawful speed, $35 YOU Benefit! Men In &good health age :21\ to Lame\( United States anj Canadian NO '
all 3l3-.2
I or1 I n mid pro.bionic decorated acresQuirt 4s.
SCAKKD( OF (n cell-block throurh!! the five days I FOR RENT--Freshly I 60. 8 hour dav 5 days week company in agricultural for peaceful retirementmile

FOLKS birukfast: line. I Phillip 1I.I'SIIIJlck\ furniyhod apartments. Also i Two weeks paid \acatlon. fleW urgently! requires representative -
FLOODING(; TO I lln- i All Sizes on J Display unfutnlshed house H S. Bur- I from large' l lake Pev-h *
1MV Jud\ J. C. Adklns Jr. of ville- lending rertlfied! carrier All ResidIng 1r1'.aieand I State retirement !V1 Social In this County for Pecan
IltJILDKIlSSt'l'l'LV trees Modem '
I WldesI dett.e! 324: NOTth Cherry StPhonp .
Ollnl'vtlleII\ presld at tho to private hauler case dt..mlt- 1 ('untIdontIaiSPPi.I. ] Security Write or contact: Per- Crop Service Departmentp- block
FOR PRICED) houne screened' Por
RICJIIT( I Hi Ifcitha 9H9-3324 tfchg
I fall term hoic.OSI / "i.oo I I sonnet Department. Sunland pUrant must have recent agricultural $11000 .
nl1ll.lJII.TEULLK) : ll'd.Ru Takes thKNo.
: I .mne P. Green 27'' and Expandable Sumniliys 8 ...... to 1 It Four Bed Rooms. Three IV lhNothing .I Training Center. P 0 Box \background and be SOI

(; 'M. SINC coNcntr Sturke. unlawful speed\ $7$ or'' \\rk !U"Y" I H ..!... In H p.m. rUe like It In this 1150.I Gainesville. Fla well regarded In area RETIRING? Want tt b< '
SPECIAL $ ,2S4i I the 4tchg 114 Pof' Ion U full time.
2 days or can: .
The Future Tfnrliprn) of i| I New and Used I'honr \IMItMI5lrl I community Lance Living be handled that holiday home Hre'
at first
Gate along
Allu'rlcloC Union County Moljtev. 10. Lnkp But- >Hlr ll room, air condition and central -j HOUSEKEEPER WANTED with place'! Lot 150 I ft b, if"/'
_) i w AIT, IPI. unl.\\\'CuIIlPl"l"t.: $Z5 or fivdays. ,' S-Vr. financing available heat double your pres-nt farming operation Only 2 miles
) IIUli School ill\ ai>>n.sor nOotipel I 301 C'aJ'1)Orplnt'5 To live in and take care of 8- from hi<'w"
1' S.
Iliway (
I( fc IT. !film1'; .! Concert\ In the -- -- and ahrubbery. 35O test hard I year old boy Woman with .. ; can 200 ft from lake Oni. s. .
BRowjait Fla.
4 All. SUrkp.4trtiK expect
Janlcp T. f1lon('. 10 O.iln-s-\ -South. earnings between I10O-
tchcol anditoi linn nt 7:30: p i| Use Our Rental-Pur- roud frontage All for an exceptional I children welcome Cdr furnished $150 No. %M
rifle: unlawful weekly with excellent
(en Thuisd.iy!\ Nov. 11 1. P'riitm- sppect. $2$ 01 chase Plan- -Payments It/C low price Let me Ph 473-3104 Box 463. opportunity 241 1 ACRES Poultrv
!five days I for early advance-
I.iti ore., HAsDWA, AI) ThIPI 'd I on tin piournnilll,, \ )b' |IIPInrmon James W Under $50;) I Per Month show It at your convenience: Keystone HeUhts. Fla m-nt in this and timber' farm deltas I'
OndboH 4V: Jacksonville area
301 frfeiii fir. > Trio of O.ilnpsvlHe. -- A..J Thomas, Realtor Tel ?ftffha Write rapacity poultry hou''
improper passing. $25 and tell me about
and the Mlllr\ :' Family of FOR RENT J A :3 z bpiroom 9tH- 701. acres tlHable. 216 a.
01 five davsK FOR S.UE-4 bedroom 3 btathunfurn1.00heod yourself Reply at once to:
WildwooJ trailer. Can be movei on yowown able timber 3A'\ >'
; J Knlaht. 70. Gainesville. NOWMobile DISTHIBl'TOR- hotixe Call !9 1M.I Vice Present:: Box 1106 Win-
: lot. 964-1031 .
CaU tree 7
-- pacing school bus. $25: or five 2tch 11' .\.M) !S\I.r..S! OPPORTVMTVOld : 2q54 after 5 p m 4t<-h. 11 111 _t.>r OardPn not 3trh 11 ISCl room 2 bay' oc)
davs I Good farm. One value

GLASS TJial'* Our Business Dennis !*.> C1onclm n. 35. Home SitesAVAILAIILE FOR SALECrusader Radian' established' company. st:" 1"0 :M %('IIISIS FANS RUGS -Lke: new So STROIT CE.tITI

Ol'AIIre' llIthlnl'r.'lIt.) 15 daysIn 1 room heater Almost new foremost in tu field.\ Is now : .aoy to do with Blue Lustre 1117 N. Temple \"

1YL: Jail $15. Mrs.\ Lawience Johnson "xpundlng In Florida and offers 1965 Model Clearance. Sale Rent electric: \ hamp xer. .1 (tl'. *. lit
I "If Its/' Class; We H.ne; It. We ha\e !seen I 1985 round 5tark Ha-dwarf: Phone !9.<-3ll
I Glenn Everett Kartell a qualified man In thu
anI' Full Lake Privileges' Kt. 2. Box 107-A or call 964-<< -
TALL WRITE: or VISIT MId, address unknown failure" Homestead Exempt- 2323 2teh 1111 area an exclusive\ contracted''I bobbin Swin :Machines left FOR LEOne 12
I'OR ANY (JLASS NKKD to have vehicle. under control franchise arranlll'menalth These machines are completely : refrtiterator cubt.fool FCR RENT-: bedroon u"
$35 01 flvdays. Financing DUE TO DIVORCE We hav, attractive employee benefit guaranteed' Equipped Ei /- 944-4331 Kitchen runu/ned *r>

We ))ell! "Modern:\ Store Fronts Lnuvhton B. Collins. 21 a repossessed 8S.to:\ ) .el swIng oixurram. Ate 25-50 Man whoIs .al(. ntak, butDnholrs. etc: Itp 114 ''''*!'TIn.ton. 337 X W st

Just :Mail! (Us .\ Pattern ForSHEA'S.bGLASS lakeland! : i thiiiu while llrnse'Uspended. Lake Geneva needle Dtal-O-M.UIc Ziu Zog selected' must have irooj: car ''! older$25 U toul price Will accept" FOR RENT-3 bedroom houw .after 8pm *

30 days In jail: a like new Makes\ Fancy SUtches. !satisfactory ciedlt: standing machPn for part PAy- imfumtahed onV Madison :3
second charge, &.imnln Collins I Makes Buttonhole! Sew and\ reputation. plus reasonable ment. Phone Orlando collect: St Also 2 bedroom furnir.he.1 MY\. HOME FOR SAl .

I unlawful! "p vxl t. brought a $50 Trailer SalesOn on buttons, blind hem.i. mono- amount of cash for investment I;' 425-3577 lot 'hll1 II hot.e on N Water St Apply:! bedrooms. Fla room mpletery wHfluhts.

CO. fine or 15 days, In Jull.\ grains: embroiders etc: Guar For ('ontldenu..l' :Mrs J D Seymour 664 N furnl!" S

V Car tilt.I J Rushing 41. Routi 10O On. Mile SK: anteed. Asunie remaining 8 interview write: COME: Water at' Phone 964-03S:
TO 145 !N I In
TempI> S.ethe 114 >" 1
I (NOT INC.) SIal ke. failure to drive in Kryvtone IMrhts.. ,, paj-ment, of $6 00. Write K. M. CiKIMKS:! new ft used :2tr.! -

1313 N.W. Sib I'l. Gainesville/ Da.' Phone Flt2-t.r: ;;:i 51n\lI l lane $J5 or five Uii l> Open Sun. & \'f'nlna'j Credit Mitr. Box 761) Lake P. O. HAV I Mil.I ()coal.... !, have. to offer B*appliance:aln U.KI-S; we AP.&RrMEN1FOR' : : RENT FOR RENT-AD real :I
on n ",.seconUliarne! ( of \lulltl1ll'I) I City. or phone In morntwrs or PHONIC I'9-JS6" I I2Uhx Phone 944-7511 "Let Happy .en: enlently located 224 W bedroom house on K 'J''

-S I 1 t After a *t 752-360J.: << 2tp 1111 11 111 j, make Lafayette St Phone M4-524I<< Lake :3' .:
i you nappy 4tch( 11 :25 Call Sam Ros-
3tch4i II 11 Store for Informatlc?> .


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AT COST .:;}

Westinghouse 'F.STINftIOUSF: HCA WHIUI.l'OOl' ( ,' Save $40.00 Weatinghouae" ; .
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Save $70.00 $30.00 DISHWASHER 36" GAS, RANGE Save $$40.00 ,

i 12" PORTABLE TV WITII (:I.'K ":-8
13 Ft. 2-Door Frost FreeREFRIGERATOR
14 Ft. Automatic Defrost $149.00
NOW $ 09.00 .

$219.95 SAVE WESTINGHOUSE m\UTIFlII.: (ONLY) 'IIOICI'l'OI.CHtH: cw $239-9J1IT. '..

00 w.FINISH .T.
$60 wuuu'

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YOURS AT NO EXTRA COST Sipor fastburners Small) In :Site; Ijiruo In lIt'nlinKhlllty.. _.
Can Ho Installed In Mlnulrn.Avallaltlo .

NOW WITH THIS 1965 ; I-t- o .Lift Hails off aeT In .FROM 1 r.T". :::-----
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O porcolataVOI 'III) I IH and $ 8,88 .-..-..::":-:':"
25 ThoiiftunilIITII'M ;:; .. _
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\ TSPPSn burners Clock llfnimo optional

at oitf coil
,.,. DOLLAR-WISE IT'S Forced AirHeating
Our mrwt fabulous value ever! You get" u.UrJlnrffATURt.WISt
q, ....w.y'. finest cooking appliance, pluaatrikingly r1 IT'S
5 bmutiful art"t f Meadow t JoldDmnerware
f. both foe U.., price of U. tJ" rt Tnf
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j B tttr cooking...mom gracious t.wI I
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GET BOTH FOR couNTtnrLow .
l lUUI1tFtIlDIN/IfswliEINCltlofT./ WALL rUMNACKf :
{ .i. U IMC* Maadnw eioU IWv.r.L nt.rry.tal I + NITAITh. .
: lhluiury
:. ulrlMil plus 30-pMr*M..dw 95t you
Cold dl..r.. ,!II! ink of(cenlralforcol
ov n proof
e-utl''''Z2 ...,gold.floral.Honwlor ._ 179 .air. h..ling I
.I .d1. (hit*IM cituw 1.u1. \\':'f.JI .. with. no duct. j.
'> Cr: it form .11 Us remodeling...
-RUlilriirnK, wurmlli. or .
:3() Inch !tang/ Same; Price.-.Model No. :.10IM5_ out (front Iota 'llvlriK/ arr* no waticoJ. "floufpaca. It., .
.. wall at a :
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) getting wO.(. cod of olhtry '?j'-
You've Seen It On TV .t4m l *. WIIIhcrmotUI 1a 1-
I Let lit_ Now Sec It In Our Showroom AFTER SMALL automatic.....,her ,to ," .

lJ cbctuf and air .,.,.. I
0 f ( I SET 19" INSTANT ON TV perfect lempcr- !i ilure

t Something} Specialthe r <> I I LOW AS (. fraa.Call liuratur uafof I-I I IIf IIf.aa. I I,;

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It'..n rosy to- why 1M near Magic Chrl ro. \ I ,ln,Mot t Color idality Au ;.nwtl-, .
sprciaL Many / call/ Aivjr*. lmm KXTHA
Loaded With Features Ilangr are.mrthin .. II Pur Color Vlinghouv, 21"
nrw mrxlrU. on display rill provid i the fe hut.that HIGH. BRIGHT Picture, Tuba .
Magic Chef gtiI'ICF4 I j 264 So- Inches' nf, future' "'.
want in a nrw range. ,
. :'" AS 0 0 you additional fmturr( II, C I I / aa 1un't Color 2"P"t!\' ,, t
, $15 9. a airp furthrf to bring you I II' power Automatic Color t: xtr!. .J l
I.OA W.T.I nrnke your oxJung doe.. _iw than ever I: I lIIuml". ..'... Pup-Up.. VHF 't ')jCholnrl.
I" Memory "i
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.Ulura.SLIDE = run.rill Conl.mpor.rv Sty1' :
': Turret Off-A flew .Kind Of T.Iavt.lon.K Dootnt In Walnut Grain, f+nnh. >/nUeted '
FHKK; timaleM On Any llralintc Problem. From Stan Back At You Tum.4 On. -A N*.", Kind, OfPut.Sort 1 Hardwood Solid-i anJ" .al4IjN
the Smallest Healer to Central Heating' H, ( m'i .r.Clearer law t to W.tch Too.front. !. Hoatl1bu.a1 f+af@llot
Control.,UlII uminatad PO(>U VHF and SlKl Hul
: UHF Cltannel. riiwrber* .ImtantOn'M IV-f*>Wait. .
\ I.GAS No Wa".U No Walk' track Spacial Duty Ct..*., ., ..... ... .......
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baked and donated by Elvira Cancer ConferenceSet age crack In its insulation tire. gardener, but If you forget, to

SENIOR Dcvoo. that will cause an electric current When working\ In the garden -) pull the rlpcQrdyou've had I

CITIZENS Happy birthday was minj to For Nov. 4 GoGardening' to shock you into doing a guard against cuts and itl!

:Mrs.!\ Jessie .Bowden and Mrs In Lake CityHow 4-H CLUB ACTIVITIES 3 tLet's fast-stepping Charleston in infections. Protect all cuts r TARE
Joe Werner.A
I I .one quick lesson. with proper antiseptic covering -
Halloween was celebrated at candlelight ceremony was And I I matter -
men who
women Tools *. Remove all foreign
the"Recreation Center by the, given to Kir. and Mrs. 1 Kd are interested In the fight can cause an accident such as glass metal" and. TERMITES
Stepping on a hoe: can cause
Senior Citizens with a uut -, Dwyer, commemorating their
against cancer can learn more the wire from your flower bet DESTROYING
handle to
fly such
on Oct. 20. I 58th up
querate party wedding anniversary about of ,
problems cancer con I 1 U
During the Grand .March, to while members sang "I Love tribute their services, and become By Ilervey Sharpe, Editor force as to plant a gooseeggsize Use gloves if your: skin
!** to ras'> HOME?
the music of the U.S. Navy you Truly."" volunteers In the AmerIcan Agricultural ExtensionService: bump) on your noggin plus tender or uaceptib! YOUR

Band, the costumes were judg- 'I The evening tun was rounded Cancer Society will be shattering your glasses. \ Also, wear sturdy shots an I TREE

ed by ,Mr. and Mrs. Roehl and out with the Virginia. reel, told at the six-county Dlntrlot When rakes are left on the I appropriate; garments for protection
Mm Kd of Hobbles like gardening, ground be sure that teeth, are while working thorny I INSPECTION
Mr md Dwyer waltztii: songs" mf'luclleH by 4 Cum'01 IvhiLiitlod;' Conference I
Keystone Heights. the Bongo BinU(; !, and bingo. to be held!
Prizes were awarded/ f-i-, the Colored movies were taken Nov. 1O at the Holiday! Inn I scuba diving-can be danger- with teeth up could end you If all these .don'ts are discouraging e't."riJt_ 'E3tCoKs'wi t

jncwt- unusual, funniest, most I' of the program by Gene Bish- In Lake City.Society ous.Experts limping to a first aide station :.in t give up gar- II \f' a
say the t each hobby Or a rake left in the for skydivingRe-
original, and prettiest cos- op of Keystone Heights which volunteers living in driveway denim 539 E. Call 961.3963w
tumoa. Winners were E. Bona- 'will' ,be shown 'later. Bradford, Columbia, Hamilton is safe-if you know the tildes could cost you several Installment : member, you can make many '

vntntt, music professor; Joe Our next meeting will boon Lafayette, Suwan-I of the trade. However, it payments on an auto mistakes and be a successful

Kerrigan, devil; Mary Bishop, Nov, 9 at the Recreation floe and Union Counties are I I f would seem safer to( pick up a .

:Mrs.: Clifford, Indian Center, 7:30 I plant by the nape of its neck
baby \
p.m. m# tie
yj than a squirming r:pi ;"
srfljaw; Peggy Payne, Castro: -Joe Kerrigan, Reporter. to bring with them an interested -
Alex Morton, clown; Rose friend. Registration i /mil Kdwurdt; (/Iff. ) it j.lcturwlth\ his 980-pound. Also the aches received I

H&lsall, gypsy; and Elvira De- imi': coiNii oIIUt.".',* begins at 1030; a.m., under the KIIH steer that HUM piirthiuM-d by the Florhli, Publishing} (::0. from less stooping harmful( to than transplant bens! :! I,. This year, step up to .
vue, old-fashioned girl. nil in i\ .\\U "'11" lilt 111F direction Students, for. 40 rents The
of Nursing" I I 11 pound steer pliuwl 'third In his t'I"M" at
'tllelt <'in %'i'>. I"IuwutI caused! by underwater swimming
Refreshments were served, In i r". Irtatw i: ( "fLiov. Lake City' Junior College. .tinf.wifiT.. .u-linonvllln' .. Fair List Thurmluy an ELECTRIC .typewriter

including: a ,birthday cake 'IN A'.l>'n\i'**, Diiiiisirl, Speakers on the morning I Tom t'dwurclv: (right) altos his DI O-p..uncl Angus steer Toe worst dancer for gardeners -
from the Recreation Depart- \ and All rmllliir. "I i thi ethic. Il1Int a Halloween cake ,**wji A lltv. 1-. .1.1 ,,IHIM!, ,''I' Executive!: Vice President American I eou\ille. I'air., Thin hterrUM" piirfhiuwcl by the JarkMnnvllleI'ulr label when applying pesticides!

----- Cancer Society, Florida AMHIM. .lallon. for 1.1 ..1lfs u (IM.llnd.I Using a pesticide properly\ is :
Division, Inc, wlioHo subjectwill

Just a Few cf the Many Specials be: "American" Cancer Society I HPAKKK: ...11 NEWS !Ident of the Hampton 4-H no/ more an auto.dangerous But, than remember driving )home f:

Policy Mrs. Grace Jer- Even: 'though all plans for Club At a meeting held Tuesday !!- carelessness with a chemical

;You Il// Find at BULLINGTON'S nlgan Nursing Department, the Starke 4-H'ern that meet afternoon at the City Hall or a car can cause death ;: .,

_.._ Lake City Junior College, will at the ':Maurice Edwards: home in Hampton. Also elected to Even though! you read the :
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f- 1 speak on "Home Nursing of lire not complete, many of .nerve this year are: VicePresident directions last week pause! 1r *

Cancer: Patients"Subjects the members ore active with Martin Mentf/ Secretary, exam to review the Instruct- : :: .

\ and speakers their 4-H project! Guy IJutlcIock' 1 ; ricporLer, David ions on the label Th"n take< : ,... wtj
scheduled on the afternoon An example of thIs Is the Krne.it. care to h<**:lall! directions, / -;; r

program are: "Uterine and fat steer projects of Tom and cautions and warnings: .
........ .. .. ""' ""''' .. Breast Cancer," D. I>. Weif- Mrs Paul Me.and./ Mr .
Zach Kdwarcls. Both Tom and Barbara Hill are the adult And even if the direction-:

'Kodak. !Model\ J 100EINSTAMATIC 'Sense fentvtck. ,In 'MI The,Sun"Lake film City and; Zach have been busy every afternoon leaders of the Club and will don say eo. play it safe by .

getting", their steers work with the officers and wearing !gloves, sleeve rolled I.
CAMERA 13.95 discussion(: Dr. Hugo F. Soto- ic-ady for the Jacksonville Fair members on club down and collar bolt toned.
Live Ouk Hole of programsand
longo : "The .
They will Know their Angus project supervision! Wearing shorts Is taboo when
the American Cancer
Society steers Thursday Oct 28, at 7 applying chemicals! in the gar-
Volunteer in Public Education. Present plans! are for the
8 ;
Super Electric Lye
p.m. and will null them Friday
Club to meet each first Wednesday I I den.If
Mrs IVIsrllla McLe-in, RN,
;:MOVIE CAMERA 54.95 Live OakCancer, night/ 'at T-'IO.:: This will be the afternoon at 319: at ,' you fthnuH spill! some
first show and sale for Zitch, i I pesticide material on vounelf:
education literaturewill I the Hampton" City Hill Project '
while Tom haM shown In a remove the rontamlm ted
: 6-TRANSISTOR RADIO be on display and may be number of shows before. meetings will be scheduled I I clothing nnl wash with xonponn
as needed< l at the convenience -
had without charge those-
6.95 by Other members with fat .. water. B en If yoU don't ,
of the members.
attending the conference which steer projects for the Galnesvllla I spill the pestle!"'e, alway
will adjourn at 3 p.m. ...\\\'TKY I-II NEUH ,
Area Show and Sale are wash your hands and rae:
: HAND MIXER g.95 'Valterlnd Gary Pievatt arid Marvin Hosier, who Is workIng after a session with a spray
hereby rifttlflid, and rmiilrptl, I ,.
| oIlls Glen Rttch.HIt00KER. as an advisor to the Law- can
lalniH ,
uriv i or deuullsdtwhich '
., I IIi.'v iniiy hiivit IO/CIOI"M'' 4-11 NICUS tel 4-H Club, reports that the If you should feel sick after '''I, ,. .
POP-UP TOASTER g.95 sued, same.I1.' 'ih.' office 'r the Put Cnstlcn wad/ C-in: l Ouiniv i 1 last hocliilnd meeting was applying; a pesticide. contact .lows JYi.rd4.
iimiv I JIIIII| iiniiirnril" ('nun .; 'Jr"
of the Brooker 4-H Club postponed because of a conflict the family] doctor( In such an ) V' ..'.
(ly, t'Ii riiln, iii' ,tin, nut 1'1 h" HI.' IIInl ; 'QI P
)turk>'. I 1"1.1", within' hex| ,,'n report that/ members have heat with other scheduled ac- .nr"..'irncy he sure to take t*> ELECTRA'uo
Electric Carving Knife .95 I ,1 Jl \ ,
tlvitles. .1
1 ilm' 1"n., iilliriom' llu 1I'I'.r tinntli busy: with fuml-ruHing n<'tlvitICM t|I I r"fftlclle container or label t' r
nmi! I imMi' III Inn nf Ihl" n i '
I Each:. < 1, Isms, ,, ; : \ SMITH CORONAs I' .
,iII tvI, II lilt.rill/ ,I milHt Hlnto the /Bills held a 'H.ilto Kule" while of having as many: 4-H'crs' as I I If there t I'll R "ci h'l": of the 1Coodgauwkl111ping) by -

: Electric Polishing Kit I l phu''r' 11 | | i find |bat t-nf- I hu feasible present to elect offic- chemical I h ft ov r"cn't remove ... broadshouldered full. electric that's
12.95 \ n, : .ldl;( < +.."Id'I; : ':. lulnmnt: : hiIK : boys were washing cars. ...,.' .,.,";"n;;.. AT LAST! Here is a duty ,
t < tit. or his ml'"i"in'y,, ni, It will The proc'ends of these success ers and plan the new year's It from Its orWml con '; versatile, efficient, good looking. and portable. ,

,>IH""mi. void.. .HI nrilitiK. i to law' (Tul !activities will be used! to program, a meeting will be t1\111e1' Rt',: -ltvt small amount f '1't' ,'' ,rv" .. ;; .
1: < / y. "1' ..
(tuber/"/ JlMt MI.I ,, I I'1'Jiir KAVISdmlnlMtrntrlx puichaso club equipment and scheduled! i and announced at of p" tlrldes In a spare bnkir !_V.::kJ 1" )<<,-",;> :," ,." P"(, "J!. .. ,_, ___ ..... m ..- ,,.., fc'Jl) ; -.>.. ,.
to llnance the earliest date. All powrer can or a box for
\ ', or tli ituli": of help other activities open
Buningtcn'e .' W'M' A IMivl. dcreused.. i '1.'lrM' planrii-il. l for the club during I 4-H'ers in the Lawtey nrei powdered: milk H Inviting 0 ;., 'I' EXCLUSIVE JEWELED ESSEE AND TRY THE ELECTRA 120.

i.uhl., !. illnn< on o,, 'tohi'i, the >unr are urged to attend one-way trip to) the It ,ltaJ. \... i CAPEMENT to insure long- You get so many'plu.features like: 5

Nth) II\A./I.") &MMI51IIC 1'II.IU'W: 11.\\11"0:11:. : 1.11 C'LettIll.t I I I Never store p-ittlcld's. \ ne 'rp ki' .j lasting, factory new precision. automatic repeat actions at your Command -

STUDIO & GIFTS 'II' V ''.'I.,ipli. A\ : ;CTS 011 U 1'E1P4.( .; Plastid Notebook '$Z.50 a t 'the p foods of any kind, "''"'-.few.' i .t j' :' CHANCFABLE TYPE FOR : electric "shlftr} : electric spacing:
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I I. KV iriilnn I Paul Loll was elected! Pros1 rake f *, In th" Mchen -
II lVI', l> TLI.tCiK/\ril. I ke-vp :>() l L;: 1' STUDENTS AND PROFES- Copy-Set adjustment; half space key:
-j I cabinets and chemlol* In o SIGNALS up to 4o.mnew metallic colors line in.
r __us..-...--..--- I r gives you : transparent
.. !locked cabinet out In the tool
I I expensive (optional) signs, mdicator and
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SAFETY TIPS 'What To Do -h'd.!: 'I..I bols and accents for languages,

I Tools science, math and medicine.Typocan

I FOR HUNTERSA i In Case of Flu You lire In for a afnckln be snapped on i m a split sec- Only $ $170.24

FURTHER DRASTIC REDUCTIONSON .,. ond. Great lor technical writers.
ILt of 'thliiijs to cto randremttinbrr" (Free Booklet) experience I If you ute etil a w- PIus' Tax
hedge clippers; or a lawn mower
for Iloiida hunters -
Like the old with frayed cord
gentleman a power
has been! Is.?'ue:! by W B
who chose "not to Join the income So check all power cords b"
iclun.1.: Chapman, Plot Ida
ENTIRE INVENTORY I Game and Fresh: Water Firth tax,"" now Is the time for! plugging th-nn In thl BRADFOHD CGUKTV TELEGRAPH

Commission. for all Kocd men women and: spring A :tumnf'r-wel\ry corl:

In the Interest of safety children to deckle not to join may have developed t an old- I

We've Gone good, spoi tMnimship. and stay- the flu outbreak I
Through Our Entire Store and What flu
Ing out of trouble, 'hunters outbreak? How do I

Slashed Prices Again On Women's Men's should obtain: a of' become yoU One stay question out! of at It?a time: I

fanil'iai''' ropy with the and. State,; Flu tits wlntei? Tho U 8 Denmark's Big Buy Of f The Year!

and Children's Clothing and Shoes --- Act and Federal huntlni rules and Public Health Service. says
probably yes. The disease
::1 u1allm: : "

Quick While Good Merchandise Is Still Avail such Always a manner handle. that firearms you or In I' strikes years; this every la the two year to when!three NOW1 ENJOY THE NO-STICK COOKWARE THAT MAKES SCOURING UNNECESSARYI

able .-- Some Odds and Ends at Unbelievable other people ale not endarvgcv-. Type A primarily U due But ; A .lS
d, certain amount of Type B u snow sr.ruu
a looked for. too. aso IrooNt
Prices. Obtain the regular state -I E F / /
What H. It like? Sam In- _
Jiuntin-/ license from n county 1irtl
fluen: n symptoms are" like :
judge nnd the B\X'cI1\ ) hunt
those of the
common cold I
n Ill'ell'rmlt In addition to only inoi'c sa Sore throat ;
r your regular handier license NO SCOURING NEEDED !
nasal aor'COOKS
before congestion, iry cc 0111'11.'
2,500 entering any of the chills, fever muscular aches
wildlife mnnniiemeiu! nronssupervised IAucIMN ,,
and: pains, general ueaknes" WITHOUT STICKING !
by the Cmnmllll Temperature rises quickly
limy n duck stamp unit i, write How sctlouafjKt people i
your name in Ink across face( !
recover within a week But 'UT'1AYC1 u v
of stamp before hunting ducks IlkxlBaad J
sometimes p'.ulllonlc.ve.: :
or re Hi -.poet the property of 1 rat. ,
: bronchitis, sinus tiou-,
others std. always[ ,ask, per-!
ear Infectlrn! fAYCa MN
Inlon: before fencesor
PAIR SHOES What to d.? Call a doctor
huntlii ,
on private
Slay in bed as long as he tells
Pltlll your hot three-
you to. knit expect' mlrncles
flliell capacity( ( mng'ii/.ln? and with "wonder drll s" they
chamber conthlned.Never !. '

use full-Jacketed or and flu it a virus diseaseAspliin .
n htaI'Y-l
NOW calibic tlmflre rsrtrklgrswhile prescribed and lots l of fluids maybe ti k COMPLETE

hunting or taking doer 9
Prevention' Consult 11
von Pc.
7001 "If If IfA I lor beinAlwnvn' doctor right now A vacchuthat's -

for Illexnl check bait hunting and never areas useful against both general : ____ SET )

types of Influenza rei was
WHOPPING f hoot birds over bolted area( COMPLETE
Never hunt ommende.! for J people at high:
turkey with a
risk of serious effect These c
don and .-on't hunt or kill nawlirrnlnii Include people whit heart ailments I OYTCN w N COVIRw

deerNever sf
: chronic lung disorders\ f1TS > sh

carry orlfte a Kim diabetes; certain other chronic\
with a light In the woods or, { r rw
on the water! nt nlsht.! diseases/ Also persona over 45
On Entire StockSELECTION pregnant women and Institutionalised -
Never use artificial' light tt"irttr
rite patients: in crowd d
net trap snare poison,
environments. Adults.
previously .+"
salt lick set guns! or live decoys eRliltx
vaccinated:! against flu needa / 1
to hunt or take game animals .
bolster shot each yearWhen .
or birds.Remember .
? Mid-December is Uvdeai '
not to shoot doe
STILL GOOD PLENTY or fawn deer cub bear panther illiio for vaccination. Early f
--- September la none too soon I Here ,in ,,MIA'< mm
snow prittlo|
goose BOOJW. cookware
Flu epidemics usually don'tstrike ; wt. Conks| without annflr
brat swan ng Ntickmg. deans|
song without
until midwtnfer I messy ; thanks DuPont's
but scouring
I NARROW WIDTHSi' birds : to
weasel aUtuntormink.Key Deer Everglades, Everglades needs a little time to 1j I "IMJIIIJ Teflon y". cook w...irh or without fats or oils. lood.
i become w"n I 'iKk
effective to the
kite. hawk, owl or eagle super lick| Teflon surface Clean with just I
Such nnlmiH Fof a free Imiflet "IUO"<'I1- r1uNs LIKE MAGIC! ... suds. ,1..lh.. no Xfurih
: are fully
protec- -ng or ,
y,,, the Fa ts" write to the Scouring needed.
: Always look before you TubnrcuioMlj and! Respiratory TEFWN "ITS A FACT YOU
8t1sdtllelsGOING shoot Association of Northeast BETTER AT"

Fla. 118 E Ashley St .
Copeland Raid that there Jacksonville. FaNotebook! -=-- 1
are many mare(
ind reBtilatkjrH! that all rtrmt- 1'HWmil!

'U must follow Summaries: of CO.
OUT OF BUSINESS SALE fuse rube and regulation.I i 'Plastic 4.SO at the

ire. a\-alfablei from the officer: TUIOIUI'U.: 131 UW Call Street "hunt' 961-t'1::!!

of> all county Julies. I II SlarLr. Florida, :

1 a ,

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NOV. 4. 1985 BRADFORD" corvrv TO.rnR\rn. tT4RRFl. FTARf1/A PAGE!: SEVEN!: !:

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TTTTVTVVTTVVyV t l group was little Miss Susan dunce erase. Doing a fine Job of MemorableBHS 'day night with .a (mrtv liautI" I I (MiiKhliMof' HlRhlund' were I Hospital in Jacksonville where County Florida' In the oourt-

Parrish. In the name group 1 of judging the dancers were I Highlights *s were pluyetl and! I the young- Sunday dinner, guests of Mr. > Sherrl Lynn was born Monday alx house., calendar at ninrk month Florida from, .within"rite.Arta .. *
BROOKER but being most original was Mrs. Doris Stokes of Gainesville item enjoyed I rrotustliij wliJi11 and Mr.s.I Karl: Monley( amt Oct 2.V: ot the flr.B publl..llon'or

Master Eddie Barnes. And the 1 I Mills ;Marion: Green of Victory Over Palatka ( i-ake nisi 1 pnmch.Mri family Mr and Mrs Kenneth- M&n- thin., notim Such, claim or d..
ugliest participant Mrs. Iva :\ Albert, Smith Mrs. niand mtint hi In rltlnir. and
By Betty Raboo waa Timmy Starke Jean Harrell Kev. and Mrs. Clarence fling and mm will be moving mum tuti" the place or raldenc .
Dukes of Gainesville. Heading I and ,CMrs." Juarvlta Adams of l>nvr Oloverd.ila, and. 1 1Irlt.:\ Kl- Knight were last WeilnomluyniKht ) their trailer home noon from or post .."". addr .i ii or
V*..*..y TVVTTTTTTYTT the second group aa prettiestwas Brooker. Taking first place in hart Great! u.wJi: rntortHliUHl supper guests. of Mr. and the Yellow Water Road to the clMlmant .....d must be sworn

ITA NEWS I Sherrl Hinton. Taking the, I'' .the under nine age group was with ,"&1""11 lUll l Stanley I'ur- Mra. Avory Slado and family Starke where they plan to i to.r by his'the attorney olalmant. or<, It hln will....nl.b*.

The Brooker most original prize was Cathy I Martha end Peggy Stokes of r" &tY r ues nt their honuMi during, the MTH. Avory Slnd and make their home.In corn old M4ior the PTA met at I Jonea and Sheila Dukea. The Alachua. Second place went to txi.tt "x-ek. Foluwlng a diiuonitrntliui daughter.. veiled. l FrKUy inJseks.nvillu I claimant will plaiM Mifid dupllcat -
school lunchroom last ugliest in this class was Joe !j Natalie Qulcksall and Cherrle of the pruduit, > re- tfopli.. of acid rlalm" tl4Admlnlatratrl -
Thursday I With Mra. J. T. or the K':..(..,,'.''-
plans and night to make final Glllyard The prettiest In the Hinton. la the group aged nine [" ...hltl'Hll1'" served to the I If miry.Mr. I The 4........1'' Ju.h..earl. In Mona Alderman' Canova, a(4 "
preparations for the'' third group was Charlene Mel- to ninety first place was won guests rt'\ll'.lIt.' and )/1"1I. Earl M.wleyvlnlted 'I dad| for llrN-tr..r annual Halloween Carnival vln. Behind: as most original by Sue Douglas and Andy Mr an.1Ir.:\ ... Leonard I".ivlsml .lor finl.d urtubiT 14. 1151.
The group agreed I! last U'nlnnwliiy. In St. i In n*.I"'h..: of I.. Alr n A. ()rr.n. Jr.
giving I was Cecil Stalnaker Billy B.g-: Guney Second place was Sheila 1 d-iughters "n.1Irlt.:\ JoyceIfciver ., vy :;.
I Vinoonfa HivipitAl' In J..k..nvIII" I money as prizes for the dance ham and Tony Stalnaker. BoiI links and Tony Castlen. And suit' l dnu, hter ,phut to Attorney
contest. Mr. with :Mm. Mo..ley*" .iiiu-lu. : To t'IIM.hITItnS:; rte 1'1. H Flrat. Htrretlalnrivlll : ,
Ferguson\ principal ,I tag; the ugliest in this bringing third from Olie I>. U (Inite .. .
group up was Jimmy move soon Nolan All 'lfitt' MI' if (lie' I4JHt: 1..t* Of ( / '*. Flnrldetola
discussed the need for Improvements -I 1 I waa Gene RaulerlK.n.i Temple and Gene Rauler on. house. here to Orange PiirkMr Clifton I..'.i .\Ivan., """v". $r. d.. 41 114ri .
of the school' Mm.I Tommy llodjfpa. ndnew ) < ".UNI.,il. ,in?. h,*r.'Uv n< tlflf*.l end "
i|i Supper was served In the All to all the carnival turned \ ('ft via Is expucte t to go .
I I.i *quir|i Whxrrl leturneil
g'i'ounda. This was not gone:'I cafeteria out real well and the PTA baby Lynn j .
: beginning at 5:30 A 'I MMiinlfi v\hl h t h y limy hew
Into in any detail and will betaken 'I delicious Hsh supper was enJoyed members should be proud of Y11 Navy.I IMr homo ."1'I;.tMtn in the offh. ".tlo Notebook U.50 at the'."...
up later.. Mrs. ..r t the '",'iintttittift. .tr llradfnrd"' TFL: :rR.\rii.
by most, of the Brookerpeople themselves for a Job well done. e and tMrs.: It. n. 01'lflh4\\ I
room won the room count.EIIIS'j I and visitors. Booths The raffle Items were won by --- -- I and Mr and Mrs I loll w.
IHinuM l Kulcim U In the a<"h <>l tiring '
HALLOWEEN FrS were opening about the name David Baggcttt shotgun; Mrs. Quarterback pna' tens all uttenile. l this Greater
Many residents of Brooker I I time. The young people enjoyed j Dorothy Holawn. Fort White to rail Sandy Xantlrrwin. 'In Starke' thrilling: S Ii.\li-tory .>,er1alatka. Jacksonville Fair last Thursday 4 :.

answered their doorbells Friday I the hay ride pony ride translator radio, and Shari The are .11It"1II.caller threw two tiNiihdoun, |pewee. night. BIG

night to be confronted by dartsfl milk bottles flan. pond. Kay Greendoll.. and aconxl line touchdown In lieutiiiK the Unite' *. :Mr amt Mrs. tote: Wlllbnnks ry

witches goblins spooks: etc hot dog stand and other! actlv- M.VTII It11IT 111I.tY. I and sons of Jacksonville visited ';
with everyone trick or treat- I I Itlea.I I Mrs. Clyde Green entertained I Sundny wtUl .Mrs. Lota. MollWellluiuMen. ADVANTAGES

Ing. Loaded down with candy I A large number of cakes were ; approximately 15 of the II .
apples and other goodies, the walked off in the auditorium : area youngsters at a party at'' I I Mr and :Mrs\ tl"UI'jfI Johnson OUR CHECKS ..
i i her home for the celebration .
tired little ones went home to I|I after the closing of the booths I of JackMonvlllueie Kim-
rest !i of her daughter. Wanda day dinner 1:11..1If: Mr I andMis. .
up for the carnival on I'outside. This year the cakewalk )
Satuday afternoon.. The parade i|I oat handled by Art Gayle's sixth birthday" TheI T r : \ Gene; Johmwn' and diiigliter 1)t.

got things under way. It beganat I i QuUkitall. who did a fine jobin I small fry enjoyed playing 1 t amt vhiI..11th :Mr .and \ .
the Farmers Market and the absence of Bill Bigham. games and watching Wanda v ti .Mis Haynumd. 1 IIlgvu'o and. C t.

ended at the school. The costumed I I The bent Is waved for last open her gift Mrs. Green ___ family end :Mr rend :\1..... Doss % : ..
: served the small ones cup 1 alllCl'u( o them. .. .
youngster! were put on and this was no The .
exception .
stage and I cakes and punch. All had avery Air and Mr.i! Henry \\YIIhaiisen .
judged according toage I dance contest held l last S
good time. I IKLKItlt I \ of \'...'\) Ili-acli nrrlvivl 1 \\v j)1) .
groups. Coning away with and I'm sure everyone enjoyedwatching .l .
prettiest fired i ( : ; 1TKS IUKTIII\V here S'Mnlny for several days. .
prize In the the very latest in the
Gary Melvin son of Mr and vsH! with Ciritiiilmit, '' WrllhiiUKenand 1 1 .
I Mrs. Ocil Melvin celebratedhis :Mr, and Mm. John Ninth

birthday on Thursday witha I I IY Iy unit fanillx Almi. arriving the .
party at his home. About :, tlr.t of this week for a two L ..
DAZZLING DIAMONDSON 13 of Gary's friends enjoyedthe I ,.r w4R weeks vimtvllh. the Ninth ONE they pay bills, CO.D.t, purcfias t '

YOUR MIND GET evening with him playing t iinilly were Mi l and Mrs." \Valei ". S
; I TWO |they e"trQ
elms save
: r. games anti having a good ?,, +, ., &ri' ( '\\'llliatiMi'ii of .Abenlern. person. you
time Prizes in the games were .:ou111 1 lilt kill II fronds when mailed, safely and quickly, to
... .. .. .
.. -- r _.ea.sl.lIr..... -- -
.. won by Hilly Digham, Kathy H..v1 O Mathls,' of Jack- bills and taxes or to make purchase
e Lewis and Larry Hicks. Mrs. .'ull"I""y. : .\Rnrr rui-e amuse. the goal to serve' onvUla' and former |nistiir of pay ..

Melvin served delicious refreshments .(aln.t l", utku after itn HO yard drive .\gm-r" hulled. ,...Ii11: M""vllie||| HspllHt hutch visited by mail. THREE they aufomaficaff/, .

hr tile moon.. of IMIOII*futon lock ; of .. and punch to the visitors ...- with Mr Avory Hlado and 1 1I
MOST EXCITING VALUES In the BIUIM lu lend 1 Uie rushers. ) .
stated by Mix Kathy Lewis! daughter FOUR-you can avoid .the risk of carrying -
EVER DESIGNED! 2GF66/A18 $39.50 and Miss I I ..
Charlene Melvin
of '
CUrton Nolan of tlnl ItsONIS.
l r..rnwr1.1".vllloI:\ .P..1I1' '-
Mrs H F Baughman and M H ptitlrnt in Ht. VimcutHo I'" For convenience, safety and prestg! .

children of Charleston S. C "r iUI' in .In.'" 'k"*>iivlllollnrold .
spent the weekend with Mrs \ Harris mm "I| Mi I, OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT HERE NOWI,
Haughmun's daughter, Mrs. andtrn' l Iron II mis. icreivoilo.lithl '
t Ethel H.UM and. family. .
itt'gtrr Jiuuvi ul. his
Mr ant Mrs. Leonard flog. 'M f w Il homo ;!4.tur.IIIY< Iti-rnimn\ Hi
ers of Uiule" City vliltrd their .. ,
d *; given eimirg-niy. bent FLORIDA 1 '
share Betty R b..n. and children -
r riifnt' lit I the Kil': F'rnlor l Me
BRILLIANT on Siiturd.ij. and Sunday I iftt mortal Hrwpltul. In MsooltMinyHnd I
DIAMONDS rr jl .
Yours attended Halloween ,
Btautiful Detail 59W SOn Costume truly party at a the trllnl\t'I""II In, .Ht Vlm- -nt s KAT SOT ARK E :
I II..yNtu/| > J.i. kMiiivllloMi
Credit 18GF29 $99.50
bell fwt Shrine Club In Gainesville _
': IUAI'" .Karl Mimicami ,
Sunday. 7'.>KJot for the employees 1,1'r
fmnllv were l last l Tile "ihly :
EASY TERMS ARRANGED of the (14tn..v4l1..J.. M t night, MII|1'1'| "i !CII".I".r" :Mr' One of 31 Blinks of the Florida National Group .
Fields. Store We had stnanh ) '
a I .
C CL Ilseel'Iri4f11s' und\' Uuiiildtnv. 01Ililthltn.1
JKWKI.HY: : Ing time Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. :

10'001f'OH> iiioucitrr AI !:\Mr II axel Ciiriln. .and .
BULLINGTON :STt; DM) ) way, irv to gel even with thepeople a.

<;if IKTS who have helped you. e

|Remember' You run us* jour DLimnnd S evinc'e
flaatlr Na1.1MMk. tt.tn at the' *
Stamp'* on Diamond I'urrhaoen.. : --:
Telrgrrph. .

,._, __.i. -I STAKKIi'S' FASHION LEADERInc. "

'I"he T..rniMl
al I I lie line nt arrliiiniMKti, Not etm the l"uU Itrnte.* .here r

hr *n able In run IMI. I the rugged llrmltitnl/ ilrfenw. hue. MMWIII, 1

Clo-rjnnt: autumn tones In this: ..ntrlJurno! "
,, ,, ', ,
I yv.v.vvv..vv.vvv.t 'II I \ I.i I.u. in e
diamond pattern. McGregor has f."hlonor'.n '
"11\ ''"K"1' won K" '""" ''W"\
I I I r l< P..il' himn-Hig IAIIIII" Anici"\In thoso nrgyloa: to portJ. ? 2'l
M A X V I L L ';
WALT HULICKCHEVROLET L ,rill. I :Man.m, l I'..lim-r. T h.vnungvlere .. .. D Z3 faction (In soft, shmpo- : Tara Press

rnjtn.wl" ,plnvlngn '' .
II, l"rs. A. C. "NUile retaining wash-and- I l
I r,> null. rhone 219-4191 were wrrvnl 1 during, the wear brushed:. OrIon' acrylic. Six bullonJ..tI..r..IWIo : 1
ivenmjrH.nl.j" SLACKS
ealaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaee.. / H irrU and Itc* \NM i i1'tHTII.M \ Tn... 4' p r ..

.. I km-..m MttiwUtlnol nt the Anon ,

Aunnn I...iwa. f'f11"r1I1I".t .,it, "'< l It..nlo'l'' ,parents' Mr a".1. | /j

presents the Chevrolet Truck the "home of her iiarenla. Mi s"" I""'He H. rrl... .laM. Tliur.. ( I 1 t

workpower exhibit for 1965 1 15.)5 4 r Je



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r, ; CrrrvROerrebarltoo.wrnrACArJ_ r. ;

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w-:;;. ';

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!flight/ her al Wall llulitk ('hI"' rul". Inc >m ran nee the e,hibil 1ti ---

featured hy ('hetrelet al the N>w York Uorld'i Fair (Ch.-! + bYf1DJ

rolelH' tra elmir ihibil hv. Trwk .'0"1'' Trairw. '

Come In and see the Inner workings of full-slzed engines trans '

missions and rear axles. They're specially cut away so you can [[ I \

actually follow the motion of pistons, shafts and gears. You'll sea { -
4 diesels the 3- rap { et1 c
5 different gasoline engines including new

cylinder 3.53N and V6 DH478 Torq.Flow diesel. you'll see 3-. 4- How casual can you be _J i _

single- and to-speed axles with l'rrom' t.
and speed transmissions \rw 154-:) In \
about children shoes? 1
capacities up to 23,000 Ibs! It's a highly educational exhibit that 4rrmrtl' '. a.t{' ,YCI) (J"I'uhtr !

fascinate you and your family' for hours. r..ryGM nest I tgnf Iot.oblf sr'e. Mu\ll IIes5I1 .Ivy will:
,......*. % t.,,'!.$ St"t ''_ KNnI I lixika KorTIIt.'RSDAY.
MMtsar. t".,fulrIUMfiV.4. to y-.rpeubt! \"wpPCS W".fllIll l
Hwfti Pupowt* c ul.(. !ire *., r 001 tt' 14I' lie h..1 unit uauxl wear -
WALT HULICK CHEVROLET INC. Hit Mpoort and ttm* co*<'."' fMtnutuerifkMUi '," .v I I lvallxblr. III thl.. era .f
unpartMt loot topB4, ta.t.MI Ir p .
1..1t1l1C f4MhIentuna
I'heme 9bl 1.3t0fJIar" tuH' Is* tttrjrlmti ,
I I'. S. .101. North .
.. florid. .'f/tltf-,.rt WIIaI.wshentc. '
...'rs roe Irrriv/. Ywrl uss4r sir

.i Stem aabrComlod plus steel shank support f+ : ; : t

I'repr : \\.1,14 2.'S"' (tulZ":

-Th' $11.00I I lo4'nrcth. 21" lu 32"r:I



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r.\....; io.lo .tro.r.nu.nn, roi'M'V' 'iKi-MaMm.; NT.iiiKK.' PMtRtnA,", Tiit'RfiOAv.' NOV. .4. 11bS:

from blood which can no Time To Apply commission while studying:; at tional opportunities, duty assignments able at local high schools, and William D. Hussey, executivevice that in 1950 Florida had 56 '
ApplicationsFor associations with total] savingsof !MOTICK\ or tNTITTIUN5TO :
I longer be used for transfusion. one of the 52 civilian colleges and benefits as I Navy Recruiting Stations or president of the Florida
Medicare : It Is in liquid// form and For Navy Reserve which has an NROTC unit. All Naval Academy graduates. from the Chief 'of Naval Personnel Savings and Loan League' 315128000. Since that HKfilHTICH FICTITIOUSNAM8
Mailed Is given by injection.The Officer Training tuition, fees and books are High school seniors and Department of the Navy In making this announcement time savings and loan associations : !
Being supplies given to the I furnished by the Navy, and graduates who will be at least Washington, D. C. 20370.( Hussey said that sayings in the state have increased Notice. !I. hereby given. "ICtIh.
to 135 with 133 branch
Mailing of the 15% million High school seniors and the student receives a sub- 17. but not 21 years of age on during September Increased U underpinned of under the provolone -
offices savings of now over Chapter 20.I5S Lawi
"Medicare" applications to]labored graduates have until November sistence allowance of $50 per June 30. 1966. may aply: for Florida S & L's by $58.283.000 which was $5 billion and total assets of of Florida, Act of un; will
social security and railroad used' to supplement those in 19 to apply for the Navy's month for not more than four the Navy College Aptitude: Pass 5 Billion the largest Increase on record $5,674.313.000.( reirleter with the Clerk of the
retirement beneflcarles. which county health departments on I Reserve Officer Training, years. Test. Those who make a quali- for September of any year for The League executive said Circuit toed County Court, Florida In and for upon Brat-receipt -
started September 1, Is moving I specific request for a particular Corps. Applicants will take the During the summers the fying score will be given a Assets Mark the savings and loon associa- that the $5 billion in savingsis of proof of publication of
smoothly and aU beneficiaries case. While the board's nationwide competitive exam- student goes on Interesting physical exam in January and tions in the state. Also, that represented by 1,717.000 savings -' this notice the fictitious nameof
ination 11 the February 1966. From" the num- Another milestone was passed this increase was the second Loudon. Merle Norman Co-
on December as
should receive theirs by December supplies are )limited commercial training cruises to many parts accounts. These thrift motto Studio and 'Beantj*
John W. Spann Jr.. I supplies are obtainable first step; toward an appointment of the world. After completinga ber of qualified young men by the 135 Florida savings highest savings month for the and homeownerahip associations Shoppe, 117 a. Thompson 8UHturke i
social security district manager as Midshipman. remaining in competition, approximately and loan associations during year, being surpassed only In -
four year college]] course he also had 'on their books AMr. i
I through private physicians .
Mr. and Arthur O. London
I -
1.600111 be selected September when total savings March when savings Increasedby
In Gainesville reportedthis I Designed to supplement the is commissioned in the Regular as of the end of September' a Jr. 1304 W. Pratt lit., I Ii
and pharmacies. I their naval passingthe 64519000.
to begin reached $5.010.933,000
week.A officer output or the Naval Navy or Marine Corps and total of $4.815.221,000 in mort- i 8'*rice, Fla.' owner.
Comma globulin is extractedof careers in college next Sep $5 billion mark for the Citing the growth of the Dated this 13th day of Octo-
loans which is
booklet explaining pro- Academy the NROTC pro goes on active duty as a career gage represented -
tection under the new hospital the Red' Cross blood bank gram makes it possible for a officer In the Naval service. tember. first time in. history. This information savings and loan business in by some 460.to(00)( mortgage ford ben A.County D. 1966, Florida.at Starke. Brad.
Insurance plan ands what additional pr'>gram. young man to earn a regular I He receives the same promo- Application forms are avail was released by Florida Mr. Hiuuey stated account holders. 10/14 it sue
supplementary' protection -
Is available under the
voluntary medical insurance

with program the Is application.being sent along \,-...;:.. ,J'.r"I. \..- /' ., i"J\J '''':!,., ,-1!' -":"' S,,, ..-

Spann cautioned beneficiaries -
not to become upset! if they
don't' '''get their laoollcatlons In r u + ,kv .
the first few mailings. All will + ;

be mailed in plenty of time to 'Y..... -Or. 4.J
be returned before March 31, f' _
the last day of the first gen- -'..J'' .. -
eral enrollment]] period. The -.:::;.
mailings are being made on a .
regular schedule' based' on the L
lost!I digit of a beneficiary's i.i .

claim number. This means, ..: WE'RE SELLING VALUE The best Brands at the Best Prices.
Spann continued, that a hus-

their band ant application:! wife may at different receive / ::'', STOats ; Count your Savings and your Trading Stamps too No Body

timer based If the wife's benefits are : ..' Saves You More Than Winn-Dixie!
on her own work.
Also because of the 1I ,S1naLP/ua.TaGoc. / FO'II G9ot61ttie.'1&Eozl(
.. ,.. .. .
next-door neighbors __ "' iI'Io' .'>::'- :,"":--: I'" "'" -..' ,I_-.-...,.'-'"-: -",-"--_..ow"C'.",,,: ... .M'.6'' .-, ... <<.... "''" "- REG. 29, DIXIE DARLING LOAF
probably will get their applications -i.-----S.-- S S *

Another at different problem times.that has PLAY t., fi fir Regular, Drip or Pulverized ASTOR .

arisen. Snann added, is that REG. 19* DIXIE DARLING BROWN N' SER.

some! husbands and wives are r r DINNER ROLLS 2/29
both signing the sam enroll- nrr i sT+ Coffee'
ment card. Each beneficiary! _
will REG 29* #303 CAN ASTOR FRUIT
get his
own card hi the 4+ ;
mall and should not use some- Wi t; AJlil1 COCKTAIL 41.
one else's carH: .
d '
People 110 have questions .' t tl t REG. 3/4It" No.1 TALL THRIFTY MAID
about health Insurance for the .
BRed should get In touch( with LBe EVAP. MILK 91.REG. .
the Gainesville social security ''dam SAVE

district office, located 411 SW 20' AC REG. 45, 12-0. THRIFTY MAID

number Second is Ave.372-4308.The telephone Add YOUR NAME To This WINNERS LIST Next Week! CORNED BEEF 39'

Hunters Advised 1,000 CASH WINNERS J ,- .--i'- "-'-. -

To Avoid Rush '" ,. .w ___

For Licenses -"'-'- + MRS. WHITE OR BLUE

are brim urged to 4/$1.
avnM the law( minute rush by
obtaining ''hunting licenses awl ciN -+ MRS. JOSEPH W. CARTER REG. 2/37* 12-c. THRIFTY MAID Detergent

permits well]] in advance of + 3208 Del Rio Terrace CATSUP 61.1 "
ClPI'nlnqtov of the resident\ Tal/oh./ ...., Florida' -
game aril hunting enon. NO. 2 CAN THRIFTY MAID

I 13.The In season the FI'-owns st Second November'. Fnuth Pr + JAN 2708 1C!Roeford STEINBERG O. PINEAPPLE : /$( N.

Orlando Florida SL4E.4 p 10(
ant Fifth Conservation" Districts !- H)V4-oi. M & M PLAIN : J
and' November. in the CANDY "" w<.
Third: District. . 49
Accoir'i'ng. to W. B. Copeland :-'500 CASH WINNERS REGULAR 35* 1-LB. CRACKIN' GOOD GIANT
Chairman. Oame and
Fresh Water Fish Commission TREETS . ;
over 177.000 Florida 29'M Box
hunters ,
are "
expected to :
acquire ... ,
either resident or nonresident ., .. -
)licenses from the 67 1 'i: Uta**+..-4Y r..wr....,. .4...w"" _'f ,! M'q B. /, 1.
county Judres this vear. CHARLES. GODWIN JR. 74
Over 45.000( of the hunterswill 6250 Autlan Driv. r s 1 u FAMOUS HUDSON TOILET
obtain the JockionvUle' Florida
special) hunt
permits which "allows, hunting I MERLE E. LEESB ; 55CCicfeonT' Av E l'
In 31 wildlife management" Box 263 Tissue S e
areas supervised by the Com Fern Park.FlaridaEVY I : ] 1 ] I
mission. t } I ;
MORRISON '. } 't0 J
Hunting licenses are avail- 6326 Tempi Road 4
able from the offices bf the Jacksonville. Florida : y I } 1
county -Judges. Sneclal hunt 1ERG"
permits are obtained from 4 SAVE 4 o
county Judge or at hunt
headquarters of the wildlife 1OO CASH WINNERS
management areas. 4. ROLL : G\t."t. ..

Duck stamps, needed 1 In addition
to hunting licenses: for MR. LEWIS NETTLES +_.,._ -S.' + PC.. BpX

taking ducks and gee!*>, are ORLANDO. FLORIDA
purchased from any U. S. Post __
Office. E "" .' ,. ,"P': -- ,.' T
ELAINE D. HESSLER : .f" ,7 )I."i ; ,' +- -
All hunters are required to d Golne.ville. Florida
till pUr ON
have hunting license In order MRS.. ROBERT ALMQUIST REGULAR 27* 32-c*:. THRIFTY MAID tronD LINI 4
to take game animals and 1 Orlando Florida EXTRA EXTRA e
birds except residents over N' Juice 5'I./ 1I1' GREEN! STAMPS i I 31AMlIS /
JEANNE! SWEETSERCocoa. ; --'--' ----' .
85 and children under the age Florida, ) -...-u....L. 0.L.. P.. 4

of 15. NATHANIEL YIRNON DAVIS REGULAR 59* 2-4-o[. DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY :t W _Turkey. Root r dry{ PAN Shrimp nm ..UO.o i
Hunting license fees are as TM U Nor : co
CocosFlorId. ; _. raaY N.r. ....
follows: r
Resident Combination MRS. C. C. KIRBY Preserves .49, e ................ r .... .. e
JackMttvitt*. FloridaMRS. ::
hunting and fishing 410.50. ; .EXC. ;
ReBktent Statewide hunt- Lake cay Florida' ...c............ Florida. REGULAR 73. 3-LB. ASTOR 111"1 wGREtN-STAMPS I wGREEN STAMI S'
Resident County resident- LURLINI U JEFFERSON JUANITA FREEMAN :,;:,;:; ;;;;- .;;;:;-. r
hunting $2.00. i 69x ...... ..... .
Tallahauea, Florida Uva Ooak. Florida. Shortening. drys Ground B..faaao i f 4 r
In- $7.50. .:is nuni Mt rIOt
NOV. era 1

than Resident home -courHv$4 County 50. other leech Florida.. O'le"..... Florida REG. 29< DIXIE DARLING WHITE 'YELLOW. DEVIL'S FOOD !..............._.._..?.,..#...r.. j .....ees...no.au. Nov. ..,..ooD.rto" ... i
Non-Resident 10 day continuous JackwnviMa/ Florida. Cake M4$1 ,
hunting $11.50. Gaarala / I I EXTRA ; EXTRA ;
NonResident Annual- 9 __ ..... S
statewide $2850.Resident REGULAR 27* NO. 2M! CAM THRIFTY MAJO r i P....'c... r .ONe l-ia. roe t
OTHER CASH WINNERS e r. -e o' .. ....0..
and Non-Resident! i.. .o/pl.rNO k.N: Perch Steaks
Hunting preserve only $5.50. Peaches 5/"I./ L-- "':::::: ;;2 eooa VMeu MOV .nt .
I rl ... 'ee

German Measles REG. 235303 CAN THRiFTY MAtO REG. 2/39. #303 THRIFTY MAKJ RfG 3,3St303

PreventativeNow Mrs.II. !A,lIl'nrylIt'n(OsleenMurjjaret! APPLE SAUCE : 81. LIMA BEANS 6/'t. SWEET PEAS THRIFTY MAID. 3.., or 81.Lo/

AvailableThe "JG! 2/29t #303 CAN THRJFTY MAID REG 29, 4o-o THRIFTY MAIO PINEAPPLEBEG 2.31t. -

State Board of Health I'revaU) CUT BEETS : 10/'L GRAPEF'T DRINK 4/S1. CREAM STYrcOHN 81.

has received supplies of gamma TetcT Wilkinson!! REG. 237303 CAN THRIFTY MAID REG 31* 46-ot. THRIFTY MAID 2,35

used,globulin in emergency which, to can prevent!be Thelma :MOW1UHS TOMATOES ; fi/$l. TOMATO JUICE 41. W.ef. K. CORN 1303TMRFTY, MAID 8/1 1.

Oerman measles in women exposed .
REG 2/3U" #303 THRifTY MAD REG. 10e. #300 THRIFTY MAID RfG 2 37 .
duringthe first three < ,1O1

months thl disease of can pregnancy deform,when the! SPINACH : : : 8/'l. PORK & BEANS t2/1. GREEN BEAN 7S1.J 1.

taby. It may also be used to "?KTir!!!:WHIP"( "!""m.:it: a

prevent spread.!! among mem-
bers of tC: family of Infectious .

hepatitis, a .liver disease. The S..l'DCTPt ':
Dr. Wilson T J3ot der, state
health/ officer said he had
been advised of the first shipment \
of the current fiscal
year by Dr. Allan S. Chrlaman
Waabn8tOIi.! deputy director.(

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'asp"". NOV. 4. in8.t! j
( BRADFORD rorNTY TeueflKtrn. ST\RKF. "Rm\ rAaft!: NINE -'-' '

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r.rmmm..n.LAY We ance was down ,to 73 Sunday. :, Mrs. Thclma. Williamson! and so well at the Ume of this fie critical list in the fttac-! anyone who were glad to have Mrs. : Mr. and 'Mrs.' Don Wools of writing. Benny I loxpital last week.0 or A flower arrangementfor '!Mr. and Mrs. Zach Robinsonon Mrs. Josephine Dortch and I
HILL MoHley I>aw on' Padgett and Mingle i Green Cove Springs!: visited1r.. Mrs. Totsla :Mosley! of :MId- do hope for a speed; .joovery. I any IAV.aslon. Cl" U89-4031( Sunday. 'niklrrn of Waldo Mro.Dortch's Receives Citation ::.; ;
of Mddk-hurK with us' and Mrs.
Sunday visited her Mrs.
Hardy Piulgett dlfburg sorter Little :Marion Austin Is confined for Mrs. Lang.GRAHAM. Mr. and Mrs. Ixinnlo Goodgeof daughter. Mary Clli-
Sunday for the morning worship i Padgett (
!Mrs. Howard Padgett 1, also Mr. I both will enter the Gainesville ,.
and Mrs.
Phone 2894132aaaa.ueu..AAaa. Crews Arvil and Mrs. Clarl'n'e108: Mrs.. :Mosley has Just 'bren released measles and had to be out of ..y.y.tt. yyy..yyyi Hampton lake visited with AvbtUon! Structural Mechanic ., .
from Baldwin.I'FItSON.AL.s 1 ,, from the I Medical Center' on Wed'nesduy with the U. S. Navy, recently
ley and Miss Patricia" White hospital. school. Mr. find M.... Merry, Dyad onSunday.
: of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.! Harris of Middle-blirg The lint and 1 second, grade! for eye surgery received the Secretary of the n.. ..
Carnival Mrs. Bobby Padgett and Mrs. Heuny :Moaley .Mr. and Mrs. 'Everett i The Sunday School of Ora- Navy Commendation for
>,e Halloween at children of Sunday.I visited teacher! Mrs: Sarah Buckner. Mr. end Mrs. J. E. Grime meritorious _..
flay Hill\ school was aaccess. Jacksonville visited Mrs\ MoHley and 1\Il White Miming and family Sunday was unable to be with us Saturday and :\11'. and Mrs: James McKinney ham Baptist Church enjoyed a Aohtovwnent for -.
Mrs. .
I Irene Padgett Thursday attended the Church God :Mrs. Catherine Itytri performance of duty while
Everyone enjoy- of afternoon. at the Halloween Carni Halloween
I of Starke/ visited with hamburger fry on ,
after department

she returned from I l'l.on.2.tI1 .e'vlntr as a maintenance -
the event. Delicious food l'' visit with :Mrs. L. P. White in a of Prophecy Church. I Lloyd Wilkinson was here vnl I due to illness.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.( John'Ilnn..y; night I "iit" t.ht11001e of :Mr. and miprrvlnor In main
served. Debra Padgett Mrs. Rosa Mae Moaley and for the weekend from Panama anti Mrs. Artlmls Brown .
Jacksonville.\ (1'oSun.t"y. and Mrs! :MeKlnney ( Mrs! Jimmie Smith. Ulnliw the aircraft of Helle.
,-rowned queen and Reg- children of Highland visited I and fhildrrn visited :Mrs. I..a..a.a. I
wad Herbert Padgett City.Mr. visited later Sunday, i Mrs. Rachel Starling of MIami copter Antl-Submarine Squad
Padgett Crowned was her" sister, 'Mrs.) Ruby Moslcy .
j and !Mrs. Cecil Brown nrown'M grandmother Mm. ron 4 from IVb. 9 to April 2$. w
dinner and Mrs.: Delia, o..t.-n of High I with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Varn visited Mr.
'. David Higdon won thee guest of ;ais son and attended the lloweun! of Jacksonville drove moved Henny Monley, Sunday after- Sunday! with 196$.
for the funniest; looking | and daughter In-Inw. Mr. and:'\ Carnival at the school. into our neighborhood.We : Springs, :Mrs. Josephine DoT: ,I ohs In Sampson City. and Mrs! II. E. Starling.The The citation states: The ..,
I|I Mrs. Edwin Padgett of Law-I We are lorry to report that were sorry to learn that I oon.Mrs.! IxNilleJ Lang has some and children of Waldo and .:\11'. and :Mrs. Berry Pyal Jr. Leonard Renfroe> family Outstanding performance of

air Sunday school attend- tey. Everett Manning Is not doing I Mrs. Gtissle Padgett was on flowers at her house. now for Robbie 11 Lias and Hobby and had aa Sunday dinner all........ has moved to GaJnasvlle.t Chief Ratllff materially a.- ...
slated in making poulble the.
surface and anu-eubmarlns
purvellanre' flight.Irtehoreantitnflltratton

{ patrols, and ..
armed search and rescue!

SAVE ,F i tlltflvti In support. of U. S.
J ; !Forces In Southeast Asia.

Through hL constant *.ten-
e tlon to duty superb; leadership.and .
,,, 4 I} a\ .
technical knoml- lBe. repeated -
combat sortie on a
scale nrv-r, before necotnplbrh
ed were made possible. WorkInk ,
.. 't day and night hi* continued '
'fT devotion, to duty con

\\ i;, trttmted' sltivlflcantly to a proItureaae -
Family" ;,
Can Your{ glto1ve! In malnten-
att'e availability T'lrough his
notd{ constant vltla ne and appll-
Rally\ '" "I o0 310aS ration of hi* technics! abili

.Rate\ \ Beet \.t ties Chief RlltUtlpt.ld! the
Second hkthe.t" krw'HIons of the U. 8.

'7w.nnt"PWteToC{ -_ fo.1 c.CHf,1Ioi"1', tTo-6111 Naval I 8nvl<.-.."
._. .
(. Chief Rat'lff U the win of
WgthinkflO\ Winn-Dixie\ Mr. and Mr l U E. Ri tliff of
t0 SAVE 39* W-D BRAND .
on over ot Or.hsm. end U married to the

Come and 9p first doss home-: t :D /RICES' QUANTITY GOOD THRU RIGHTS NOVEMBER RESERVED 7TH djruirhtrr lot' mer of Noitna Mrs. Jean Mylle Wynn.Wynn

L folks B: road at self U.yOUr S .GR.'OE. GHO ICE\ (GROUND B E E F 3 PKG.ls !$1 1 cases, s.re BlltB, ,.arn.VOMia..,IM.. and and in' SAn their the Dii lat three'go.Leon Call children WVnn.reside They


i"I ASCS Service

W-D BRAND U. S. GRADE "CHOICE" Award PresentedCertificate
S ot. Service re-
Steak La" 98 Roast L.58 rtr tln? mo e than 30 yearsof
C h k service as ARCS Caunty: em-
W" ttra. June Chapman, and Mr.
; Choice
Steak LB. 98 Roast La. 68; =Y : Mary Ella: Wett. -raon, of the
"I'.lirol'd ArC3 County Office.
U. S. CHOICE W-D BEEF MBI'OIN Roast 114''.. Chapman U County Of's

Steak ,
r.nn l a Chief Clerk. The ...
U S CHOICE W-0 BEEF CHUCK U. S. CHOICE W-D BEEF CHUCK certifies "", ,,"e preafnled bv

Roast 48 Steak LB. 68 Value Emery thn APC Wllltnim.! State Chairman Committc of.
; !; ;''' r'ae. during the State Conference

Trim med% of A",C Committeemen ant

43 ACt, off Vet employees In
r'Y Naples rfrrhltly\ They'! were
..Y..7al W .... J..riYlMsi( xrik n' t am. l aLweiy at LB.EI tr...entel to Mn. Chapman

ant I M>.. Watter,-ii for hav-
Sunnyland SmokedHAM Ins rruiipleUxt' IS years of serr
hue "seh' .
Extra < :
....-'''Wi. 1"0:11111: Rte' official rt'CC..4hlll ,-
ean !>" \vii for 19 years of
ii : ; ; Mrvlre, hith Mr.
s U S eNoeD ALL BONCLFSSLB. Disiana Mix Match Sale! sn" Hfr. Wsttrrwwt have rfun-

Q p'"III,1' more thin> 17 years of ,.
R' s"rvke MM Chapman: was
"a .
: VEGETABLES 21. first employ-! In 1041 under
Shank 1:4: U S CHOICE W D 'BltF PLATE DIXIANA 2 LB POLY BAG the AAA fo.rsm In Lake
City, wt>*rn ")ie worked until
A 29 BABYLIMAS. 2/$1. I 1 1147. whrn
Steal LB ; I lie moved away
I 3/ "L DIXIANA 2 IB POLY BAG Upon her return In IM4. she
9 52 1 "warn. stall In Uw
; WHOLE OR POLY BAG wnott KiRNri lake City offl"..r. In 1044. fnlInwlot |.
the rrl.tr'lJMIn& of Mrs.
,; .
La 2/$1. I Mildred, S-pp. also l wn namedto
LB. 55*
the r">'ltlon of Bradford
F Comity Ot'lftt: Manager.. M.....
...,..Jb'..:.:..; ,: ." .
1r-i:. ;; "- -. ,: ..... ., .L.IL t r. W,t ..*en b-san her service
<( f"' In th.* B->.' nrd County OfficeIn

REGULAR 49< !2fKG TARP+OW PEG 59* .0. COPFLAND HEAT A SERVE U. S. NO. 1 RUSSET BAKING POTATOES July of there IM slitce end has At beenmWoy.d the

WIENERS . 3 J' LINK SAUSAGE 49'DIWIY lime< M'.. Wattl'roon began.
the prc_r SAVE tot HONEYS""KKlF (Se. Coupnn lei PWJJ) # 1 r PMA. 'hIlt the AAA sal PMA
TURKEY ROAST 3 $be :2'9 Top Bakers were IfJr-runnf'T1t of the present
PRODUCE R Qr, QU.Iltyt Agricultural. Slablllutloti.
.L21aa and I Conservation Service"
County nnployves,
have the
LARGE SNOWBALL cl rmpmtilblllly of adrntiiUterliur
.. at It,. county level

Cauliflower HEA029'"' Oranges! 859 u : *T.E; 59 |I of(tie the farm U "as ft txtpartment"n"= crovranM: of

AOSCabbage U S. NO I CCOOCIA RIO SWEET Arrlculti're Tl> n* programs
FRESH LEAFY H i play an >IT> )port.*nt role In the
5 Potatoes 5 us 59 io LtAC I II I rorwwivmtln/ anti development
a ,,. of l"..r.1 t all aixl water rtJinur*
ft and In tabUlxnif! the farm
ASTOR 'INSTANT --- -- .h
jWtET AND JUICY J"A.' g avxuany through price support

5 49/ ID. /s. -- -- merit activities ant pn luctlun. adjust/

Apples. :

FoodsALL Mouth Cancer
; Information

.loot. JOI ".ta's ",1'. _

Fla NI'"INSTANT' COFFEE T'NUT 1 f- FLAVORS, MORTON'S mouth Because rtr\ usually catwer r>- cured of the U
"A. F dUi-overerJ. early and givenprompt
eggs tact PnL ", 'y f: i Meat Dinners 3''ORs1 af"- dm -; amrnlet.: "Youi". DefenseAcsmut
: Mmrth Cant'.," has.
StjoERgp., 1 been rtih'Mfd' by the Amer
piNEB' M 4 BOLL KG.TISSUE TE fUHA Y S U I lean (.'.n .r Society. It Ie now
: 89 ; f -? r 4 RoUt 39' 6/89' bring Trx| offered rxmphlel to the tells public aboutcertain .,


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.STAMPS i BROWNIE. : : 49 MrJRTI'tUropLon-.v.-c--.P--,*M >* r,i-j MIMTArt <'"_rph.nl&M.or.Qr.ri tue nerk., enwii.arxl palate remmmerwls torntls,'" thatthe all

150 EXTRA ... FRUIT PIES 3/1. MACARONI 5/'l. srmpt e IIM Ion heeded If
,..,. s 'r+r K Sae[ ISJIICK. CUOCUT( .
oclt .t.rrna
I (
i .w.." The'" .,,_ .. K- -'".' / VI PVft >I> Is't rtS 0atjsr'IlXtga p
Cur.... i *,? w No r3 I CHIP COOKIES I : : T 39'BREAD Anyone wNhlrtgr to rec.ivqthis
1 tA+Aa.. FeR to D ; osp jrf DOUGH : 49' CREAM : 39'TNs leitflet may obtain a copy
by wr1rli3: or ralltmr their
't ot Yov Local i I4-er NABftCO IVi ifl BAG THRIFTY MAIO Fl I'SCMMA/4N":: CORN OIL
+ .,.
neru Noo> < n. et County: Unit OfTIre. of
i c.o..c.Good Qr.6y. =* I

w..o .. Of'" = ---------_----.. FIG NEWTONS 55' 39 GREEN PEAS e 39' OLEO . ; 2 *.75' I or!the to Am the r1an Florida Cancer Division.Society
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.---------------- ..", American Cancer Society, 419.
Tampa street Tampa. Floridai
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/ 7.&q. II jl TOE: MlflHT FOTNT' for the
ti ear -ea *>Me. Cs e bs sat.
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THURSDAY. NOV. t. 1965
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\" I .vvv.yv.vv.vyyyyvv arid,) the rides Luther Hllllard Mr. and Mrs. J. B. GasktnaSuml.iy. I Mrs. Emily Sllcox had to be I 'Drink Away' I I tatlon generally Is aimed at I II will work with the latestIn You Omlneivlll are hereby Florid notlfl il that

gave on Inn tractor W'-'U u \ admitted to !the BradloiiCow'tthr I the serviceman: : or his wife or electronic communications th.. M.hovlilrmfl. I'tilltlon.T. ,
: Plastic Notebook $2.50: at the 1 Colds WithTangerine I I H will also have Clifton Kiiiicr. arlfflB, has tiled
Policies be equlpmsnt.
and Mrs. Griffla parents.
great/ afldilion to the affair. !Mr. Bobby I Hospital Wednesday may .
LAWTEY\ advance a petition In the abov tyled
J.TELEGItAPII. All donations were much ap of Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon. The report: I had on Juice I bought without the consent of the opportunity for court for the aduptUm of the
i preciated.iiuurii. with ''her mother MrH. Pearl her Sunday wan that she is the serviceman. training In languages, electronics minor chlM nnnwil, therein and

'':; Ily ":"Z., ItHnrliaril ( ; AcrrivrriKSJrune ; ;: Starling.Mr. much lm.pro.ed.Mr. ; I Cooler month* are ahead: "Frequently" said the Commissioner and communications.He you why are tli..required earns> < Btittiilil tu show nut ouuna, l b.

( ''MuUicxIiHt: Church and Mrs. Buford Hlg- and Mrs. Csctt:: White- and chances ale your family "such companies: U married to !the former ,granted by serving. a copy of
FLORiDA .A A. I A.A I A..A.I A A A a School, 0:45: ; Worship 11 a.m. ginbotham of Maxvllle and head and daughters spent will have' the sniffles accompanying advertise that no agent will Mary. E. Earls. and attendedSt. your written di.r.n.... If any,
and 7:30: p.m.: Prayer Circle daughter Mrs. Lyle Schmehland Sunday afternoon: : In Jacksonville I a cold. call. Frequently no agent will! Johns; River Junior Colleas upon Oeorw. H. Pierce, P 0.Drawer .
The PTA Cnrnlval Commit- Monday 9 a.m. MYF Wednesday daughters. of Jacksonville with Mr. and:: Mrs. C. B.I You may be able to clear up call when a claim Is presented. and was employed at D & W for 1030 I'etltlonvr Stark, Korlda and by, Attorney fil-

a THEATREI te' wishes to give a BIG 8 p.m. preceded by Junior visited Mr. and :Mrs.: J. C. Starling.Mrs. I those sniffles since scientists either. All toe; often, the buyer Auto Supply before enlistment. In,.. tlio orlKliml thereof with
T THAl\. wine decree be entered
make the Halloween Carnival First Baptist: Sunday School Sunday. and )Mrs.\ L. H. GlUson Station have now has spent money for coveragehe Army Secutlty Agency and Is against a you grunting may said adoption -
: Showtime--Weekdays 7 I :a success lost night. Be.tides!! 10 n.m. Worship! 11 a.tn. and I Mlaaea Virginia. and Gertie of Orange Park were guests! of decided that "four to six ounces cannot collect." undergoing! the same trainingat I
the soixl food a highlight 7:3() p.m. Training Union 0:30: Faye Cruce of Gainesville I Mrs. Ernest HarrU and Mrs of tangerine Juice" Is Just "The only recourse availableto Pert Jjcluon. He U a 1933 WITNESS my hand and neal

e Sunday ::1:00.: Saturday I I of the evening wits tile nue In p.m. Midweek ucrvices Wed-" I spent the weekend with Mr. Charity Ollsson last Friday. I what' the doctor ordered for a mall order Insurance buyers graduate of Bradford; County of this.said Zin.l court. .day at of 8tjrke.(""ob Florida r. A.U.,

.. WED.: TIIIUJ SAT. 'I' our new fire Jdji.ne: ,dilven by neaiiiy evening. und Mrs. Frank Cruuu and am happy to report !that Mrs. I runny nose. or to the State Insurance Hiah! School and attended the istiS.
a our marshal M. M. Jordan, Church of God: Sunday, I'amlly. Gllssan: Is much' Improved at Where do the common cold, Department." Williams said University of Florida before CITAKLRH" A. AKBY
t t, NOV. 3, 4, 5, 6 School 10 a.m.. Worship 7:30: :Mr. and Mrs. Brltt Rosier this time but still not able to I sniffles, tangerine Juice and "is an appeal to the Insurance entering service. I Clvrk .of the Circuit Court

Double Feature Program p.m., Y I'E Wednesday 7:30: p. I of Green Cove Springs visited return to her home( at McRae. I !the Citrus Experiment Station Department of the state in Opportunity of travel Is also 10/28 Hy 4t H/1S/./ Churl. A. Darby

4t m. ''Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier dur Miss Cindy Hubbard of fit In? Oddly enough during a which the firm is domiciled." availab'e' as the Army Security Clerk
2c 301DRIVEIN Highland Baptist Church Ing the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the week- stuJy.:! of what happens to Agency has units not only In
Sunday School 9:45/: a.m. and' Clarence Rosier and family of end as guest of Mr. and Mrs. nitrogen after It enters citrus Two EnlistIn the U. S.. but at choice locations ,MOTICK: OP ISTKMTIOM
t 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Palatka were also visiting W. H. Agner and family. Mr. trees, researchers came up in Europe !the Pacific. TO IlKI.: 181 Kit rMTITIOt:l lNotlre
7 p.m. Choir Practice the family this week. and Mrs. Ralph Hubbard and with a decongestant for colds U. S. ArmyLarry !the Far East, Middle East :a A''t}

Saturday 7 p.m. I Mrs. H. C. Pearce was visiting Miss Cindy Hubbard of Jack -tangerine Juice with syne- and the Caribbean Islands. the under 1 r..lnn. hereby.*d. under gIven the pro-that
Mr. und Mrs. Che ley Griffin her eon Harold Sapp, who sonville visited the Agner's phrlne an element found In R. Devrlck. son of Mr. visl"ns of Chapter 20.051 Laws
7:00 of Tampa were visiting Mr. i Us ill in a hospital In Miami. Sunday afternoon. !the fruit. and Mrs. Denver R. Deverlck of Florin Art of 1941. will rrU-
Open : and Mrs. P. L.. Dinklns during She her CEMETERY WORKING Synephrlne discovered by of Starke. and Richard F. I ter with the Clerk of the Circuit -
was accompanied by IM '. .n: ('lIff' "
IT < inr orFi.nimit
J Show Time 7:15 Court. In tint for BradfordCounty
I the week. They are friends of I daughter, Mrs. Johnny Young There will be a working at three Station scientists, Is usedas Durban son of Mrs. J. E. Dur KKiiirn: Jiin.'i ,i. Florida upon receipt of
Plus ADMISSIONAdults : long standing though they of Athena Ga. They said Harold the Old Beulah Cemetery Inside a stimulant and has decon- I ban of Route 1. La wtey. recently f'UK I IT. IM AM) roll proof of publication of this no-
1 Camp Standing-: enlisted In the U. 6. Mil U'UIIII l 'OI "1'1' 1 tic. the fictitiouS name of IIKI'B
75c Students 60c had not seen one another in was improving.Mr. Saturday gestant properties similar to .
'I.OH"1 ('I1.tlI': under which I
Keauty Shop am
,, Frontier Adventures! I 22 So Nov. 6. Everyone that has an jiesoynephrlne. Orally, its Army -.,. .
Children Under 12 Free years. meeting again and --Mrs. James Rosier .tl: MO. II-: TI. enKaa-ed In buelneea, at 115 B.
after all those years was a took their vacation last week Interest In the Cemetery please I 'recommended for children and 1 Larry Is now taking eight In re' Petition orriirton :Myrtle 3t.. Rtarke Florida.
WALTDISNEY I I II happy event. visiting relatives in Ocala Or. come and help with the clean. adults at a minimum dosageof weeks of basic training at I KiiB: "n. on ma. M.... looter t.each.. MS K. MyrII. -
fur th adoption of St. Starke. Florida cole own-
;J Fill., SAT., SUN. Mrs. W. O. Rhodan of Ocala lando 'Mulberry: Wauchulaand ing. I 100 mil or four to six I Fort Jackson S. C. and wlU I Alx>['TIUNHe .r .

I Nov.5,6,7Triple spent 'the weekend with "Mr." KIssimmee. I ______________ ounces of tangerine Juice. I be assigned to duty in Europe;: | .ley fJelmar rynrh unit Dated. this l!Ilh day .>f October -
;) DOROTHY ,- FESS and Mrs. It. C. Walmvrlght. I I On Thursday evening Misses V TTTTTTTT.TTYYY.y .TY. Originally, scientists wantedto I upon completion of training Kevin L.., Iynch.MO I II'Ta Minors: A. I> 1915, Florida.at ,Htarke Hrad-

I ", McGUIREandPARKERTECHNICOtOW Feature Program :Mr.: and ')[rs. A. H. Harley ,i Margaret and Joan Starlinghad I know what happened: to He chose to serve with the U. CARItOLU! It L.TNCH I ford County 10/21 4tp II ''II
j ,.. .".... I No.1 Jr. of Starke were visiting the a Trl-Chem party at their HEILBRONNBy nitrogen after It entered roots I.I S, Army Security Agency, and 101, X K TVmh Utrrrt
O'LDYSL'LER. I M. C. Harley family Including. home. Mrs. Ann Durance, the' I of citrus trees so they'd know

I Mra. A. H. Harley, Sr., Sun- agent demonstrated the pro Mr. A. C. Tmid i, better what various fertilizers
I If you flipped forTlippec day. Other visitors during the ducts. Each one received apiece And Mrs. Bill ReddIsh I,., do. During tests an element

4 you'll roar with... weekend were Mr. and Mrs.\. to embroider and keep. I ................................AAAAAAAAAA. . ,I. which they could It not Identify \\mrnm( \
appearing. was syne-
tfmim+o***- Richard (Dickie) Chesser anti I I During the evening punch and I kept

I 'Clarence ,'VCrbsseyed children of Kail-banks.! I cake were served. Those present l' Congratulation to Mrs., .! phrine. .

Sun.. IMon.\ Tues., Wed. In, Mills Arthurine Blanchard, were Mrs. Ernest Rauler'l Florence Johnson who wan I I All of this may mean that i iI ASSOCIATE STORE
to eighty years young Oct. 29. you can simply "drink your
Wednesday Sunday
spent I son, Mrs. J. D.
Nov. 7 8 10
9. winter with 312 W. Call Street Starke
cold this
She away"
LlONY1 with :Miss: Ena", Blanchard.Thursday daughters Bonnie and E.ntell
.- c..IoIl. TMIIMsfl'.. .MetroCOLOR they visited the Jack'i 1 Baxley Gloria and Shirley An. < dinner by her children. : tangerine Juice. It might be WE SERVICE' ; ; WHAT WE SEU.GIANT.
IICII sonville Fair and spent derson. The centerpiece for the table: i worth a try.
Peter Peter All Lulucn) I 7I with friends, Air. and Friends of Mrs. J. R. fevore was a lovely birthday cake

Sellers OToolo MI1)0NOMlRQXI) George White and Mrs'j regret to learn that she is a with orchid arrangement.:\tanyrelaUvs I Vets Warned NO DEFROSTING; I EVER !

Romy Schneider mOOil.RD\l\tI\J/\ / S Mount Dora./ Mrs. White l putlent In Bradford County and friends visited Against Mail
( membered 1 as Rose Mary Hull. Hospital and hope for her her during the day. I

Capuclne I A good part of her childhood early recovery. .Miss Nancy Lee was a guest Order Insurance -- ,. ,
Paula Prer.tlssfitt WitH spent here with her grandparents I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. In the home of Miss TheretmaRrower I, r _
*S..I. but.not )00'! No. 2 Woody Allen and her aunt Miss Annie' Hall of Jacksonville on TticsI \ Commissioner" Broward 15cU.
.nd guest..IH Mrs. Williams Florida servicemen .p
I harley Gaskma warns
'mfYf IUlANN, ClAN!' Wa-ltz. day of lout week, Mr. and Mrs. find I 1
Ursula Andress, Mrs. and their families
DGXJIHuE-PLESHEITE MGBfllN Mr and Mrs. O. J. Amiers) Moxie Reddish of Ratford and Glenn Norman spent _
I aalnst buying mall order insurance No Frost
visited ,Mr. Anders' sister, i i Mr.\ and t Mrs. Clarence Rhoden Tuesday in Jacksonville. __ sfl..sa Refrigerator
Mrs. Cussius Strickland, who of Jacksonville on Sunday :Miss Mary Lou Gnann of: from companies not
i 'ri 1 I Keystone Heights was a guest I llcrnvd In this stats saylnu\ *
I U i seriously III In University r-.J--' No Frost Freezer
In, the home Genn: Florida law cannot protect '
Medical Center Gainesville.', v.v.vvvy.vyvv ,,.... of Sapp.

;; I [III'IAYII' _011'I We hope she will SOO.1 be bet. I Sunday. I their claims. .
JAMES GREGORY'S. tl1WIS1 WllllAW'IIIfoHfIJIIIt1r1)IIWIIII Richard Rhodes of Rochester The number of mail order .
I I R.4..sdt UNITED tfciu ARTISTS ) nCHIIICO&.OIt'ftiI1I"!! ter. Kingsley Lake N. Y., traveled many miles.. ln"ur n"e solicitations began
I IECHNICOLORSTARTS PIIVISON.pmo Wiiiu aItO..w :Mr and Mrs. Carl Prevatt to help his grandmother. I riMing In FlorKa shortly after UI/BELIE VA BlE$288!
enjoyed dinner with Mr. und I Florence' Johnsovt celebrateher I| the Increase! !Im the number of ,
.1 No.3I Mrs. L. II. Harper und family !\Ir... r.':. 1\[. Navies tll thtlay. II| servicemen drafted and sentoverseas .
Saturday, evening. The occa- I t'lione 081-2081
THURSDAY Miss Mary antI :Martha Al- because of the VietNam
NOV. 11 THE DAY THE EARTH SPLIT 'IN TWOI! nlon !was celebrating, Mrs.harper's 1. vales Hpent Huturday in 'birthday. Other guests ...&..&..&.&&...&...,
I shopping anti also vlnitcl out-of-state mall order In
\ 'were Mr. and, Mrs. Hobby ('lit IK'II iSCIIMU. : I.KH: ,their aunt unal cousin! Mrs. cut once companies are not :

}iil L ClAC'! tt, Norman and family Mr. and "j KliiKslcy LJLHO BaplUtI IjArwU n..u vice and Mr*. regulated or licensed by Flori .____ _s
i.Vtis.: Truman Norman, Mr. and I I ChurchSunJay: School 9:45: >,..nruh Alvarez. ,'i Ida. the ConvnKiloner null 'I

ilrs. J. C. Prevatt./ Jr., Mr. ,! u. in Morning' Worship! 11 a. Mr. anti Mrs Frank Norman They pay/ no taxes in Florida !Linuhliiii 6'' With Trada
THE BEATLES! j nIEw : iiiul Mrs. Irvan C'ovinglon and in. Training Union. 6:15: p. m. ami.I .mm Ray and Mrs. Amanda -I and sell !their policies without _- "
I family: and iMr. und Mrs. Ron- i Kvcniiitf/ Worship 7:30: p. m. CruMby were dinner guests using. local agents MODEL TBF 15 SA

In U1MNCOL3aUNITEDITI8Th.LeJ a PARAMOUNT RELEASE gcJI"I ny I Harper. Midweek Prayer Service Wed- of Mr.\ und :Mrs. Clinton Nor. He urged Floridians to "buy I No Defrosting Ever-Not Even in th. Magnetic Safety Door*-Ctot* Securely
James Milliard and children | nesduy. 7:30: p. m. Choir prac- man und son in Jacksonville. safely from an agent you .
1 ,I of Jacksonville were visitingjmijii tice. 8:30: p. in. R*V B. T. Ku! rvluy. know and:: a company you Big Zero-Degree Freezer Egg Tray Butter Keeper

I IVavy. pastor. "Come. let us Mrs. Aubrey Todil. spent truit. and be assured, of .satisfaction Fait Freezing Ice Compartment Slid*-Out Shelf Spacious Door_
Worship Together.. ')'hul'9 "- .- t 54 1 5 -A--: lirnUh HuptUl Church: Hev. and Mrs. Lonnie Dobtw Mall order Insurance solid-

L' r'r t1 tTh WA Sunday School 10 a. m. and, 1 Mrs. Lela Conner.

If you, like going i' s. MOl nlnif Woishlp. 11 a. m. 1 I Mr. and Mm. Bill Green and
Training! Union 6:30: p. m. daughter Bonnie, attended the
"first class", you'll like this ..jil Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. twenty fifth\ Silver Annlversury S I
Midweek Prayer: Service. Wed- of Mr and Mrs. D. F
SMITH-CORONA Traveler: I1iCSI OY. 7-30: p. m.-Rev. R. L. Clreen Sunday, afternoon In
\ Ta '1I'art. pastor. "EVerj"ne Jacksonville.Mr. .
l Welcome: end 'Mrs Jimmy Sim.

..."'..........., .: ,..>Ij\,\. .. .' rt.itsoNi.s; : mons wenwwkejicl guests In
p. ,* : Mrs Trudy Norton of Jack- Panama City ns guests of Mrs. BLANKETS
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sonville and :Mrs. Minnie Norton Simmons' Bister
rjo.,." of Daytona Beach spent Miss Gull Patrick was guestof Control auttinurtlrMlly alJii -
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.Jj'P''l' from Tuesday to Pilday with ''Miss Bonnie Green Sunday
1 IOO I) % > lon Sitnlfrmh. ,
.' Mr and Mrs. E. M. Norton Miss Patrick is Mrs' Green'sniece. I >
->::' llliMllnic with Suprr fiber WHAT A BUY!
and family. :
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d'r. II. M. Peavy of St. Petersburg Mr.1 and I !Mrs. Freeman Crosby .
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j spent Wednesday night/ ware Sunday afternoon, WASH N WEAR
I w tth Rev and Mrs B T. Peavy I l'l..stll In Green!! Cove Springs '

I and sans: lie was on his way BULKY KNIT a

., for a visit In Fitzgerald. Oa. I Plastic Notebook SJ.SO at 'lbs $10.00PERKY
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I beat the average date of Nov. kept her from crowning him from milk. By outing( !! foot) from I NoTim TO AI Pi1.1R I I.it by you.
May 29. We may be a little early with the burnt offering. each of hem four groups every Tu: Marl-. I. IDunYou Thin. notice hall be publliihdnni .
nr h"r.-hy n tiriint thai n "' ea.h w..k for four conaeoIIIIVK
but U'. better than getting day you consume a bal- milt ifrir UlviiMe hag Umn fllmlmtHinut week In the Bradford
, caught by a quick cold: anap I It started because Sum's oncod dlot. von.. In Ih. nhovo nainvilCourt ... Cnumr' TeleirraphHuteil ,
I anil i HIIHK ami y nil .are required thin I'ltn tiny of Orto-
I and losing some plants had trouble an em-poaclier Don't IK the food fml.llats
aa to mrv .a onpv of your her 11156.ICi'AI. .
[Courthouse Endorsed At The PollsIf So. with a dandy little. electric fowl you IHm't let them get answer. or pleading. lu Ihs' com." .>
Our polnsettlaa have not oven he reasoned that U you off-balanoe! plaint. an tho 1..I..llft.. Attorney rMARI.KH A. PARRY
sUrtej to turn red andwere Man It. A, ilrren. ,II' tilt Clerk of I lit.., Circuit Court
; yet would be quicker to drop ant'1fg X. M, Flint'' Mtroet luIllHU, My ItKiiluh M Moody
a mandate was needed for the! metropolitan areas. afraid that this season on a hunk of toast, pop It Kin Ned, file the orliilitnl. III thf Deputy l'h.rk
to going to be a bad one for >OIH H I'll IIIKKMI: .rrh'. ,. thn Clork of the I'll- 1 Io,41r 11 /I1_
Commission to "full speed of Tuesday's Into the electric oven and; ..... ....., .. ..
unty go The biggest disappointment the "Christmas" flow- In .11 I llrw U r l ,,11"1'1 on ur hi.fiiri tli I nth
ahead" with planning for court- the defeat of the pretty I presto I a broiled WR on c....<)r, r'turltltlt, lit I'hnn >err .1.0' ..r( N..nmhn i. t t lye.1'i l t.'i \\1.l i> .'.",,11., NotebiHik '::1.:40: at th"TI'I"ar"lh.
a new election
was ers. Cloudy days speed the I ., ,, ,,
toast- a now and different 'to" N I I'' ".u t tii.it I,.' .,Il., 'f"I1 I y.a t "I ,, ,III m, .
lipuae for Bradford County, it was received $300 million road bond program which. plants toward flowering. and dish for breakfast Trouble Vln.,'em \ llv in Feu 'niifi, 'unit, nIii" I I ,ill. n ,IK .,,'II,,, s. I
election. we're I I l Mil .. 1. ", ,II!. I 1 C i .1"t..
in Tuesday's special made the helping the
would have possible early I process by was he couldn't make the fool

Bradford voters endorsed the pro- four-laning of many of the state's primary drawing the living room draperies j egg stay on the toast and It ,

by a powerful majority of 1,261 roads serving the smaller towns Farmer's Diary at night to keep the light ':( slithered all over the oven and t

284-almost five to one. and cities. Here again the big counties off them. when It waa finally cooked it

Although the vote was in the nabire demonstrated their growing pow- S. S was more plastic than palatable
By S..JB SlaGarrcy The price of dairy calveshas ,
of a "straw ballot" with no legal er-at the polls, as well as in the Legislature certainly skyrocketed since thedays .
status and Commissioners did not since most of the
1 oppositionto
Pecan prices took a turn uP- we were farming.. Back One of his chief difficulties
have to be bound by the result-they the road bond issue came from met- ward at the market last week then you could get a calf at a Is that he watches! a program

can take a great deal of satisfaction ropolitan areas that are already servedby and: the outlook for the bal- dairy' for nothing or a few called "The French Chef' on

in the knowledge that the people are expressways and interstates and do ance of the season brightened. dollars at the moat., But to- TV and Is amazon at the duo

behind their efforts to bring Bradford not care whether other sections of the Phil Cronkhite. Starke market day we understand they cost terity with which" that. woman

Bounty up to par with facilities in state have decent roads or not. Brad- manager attributed the rise In nom high$10 -12: around here, and Whips up appetizing dishes! In

keeping with our progress in other ford voted in favor of the road bond prices to the fact that better as as $23. .up. north. no time at all. So he toddles
quality nuts being offered out in the
are kitchen gets threeor
Ids. issue did of the state's other Our
as many authorities for this Information
and to a downward revlaton in four things", going on the
In voting for the courthouse issue, small counties but it was not enough the USDA estimate of the current are J, L Waters! stove at one time and first

e people were also keenly aware in face of the overwhelming voting crop. and Albert\ Sappenfleld. who thing he knows the kitchen Li

that they were voting for preservation power of the big counties.But S. are! going Into calf raising'forveal full of smoke and we wind up
In the
Of the county's present share of the Bradford can at least take con Another week of cool weather tell us that Lawtey the calves area.will They bf with a bowl of soup for dinner
,race track funds. Monies pledged for solation in the fact that our race track helped the young berry plants fed twice dally on a completemilkcompound .

debt service cannot be diverted by future funds are now protected, and the "big but what they really need Is ration 'and l But that Fienrh Chef U

Legislatures, so which will get them to example she
courthouse bond issue is believed come even if they gain full controlof ing. The grow much as 200 pound during was connoting a
same Ia true aboutgreens dish with left-over last week,
f'n' insure the continued receipt by the Legislature, as now seems in- which flourish In the 10-wvek production. periodAs and she said brightly. 'Now,

radford County of its equal share evitable. weather. that lint fit for manor suppose you are making

,'Ii the race track funds for the next The next problem to be faced by the : beast washer the during chief cook Alice's and bottle French pancake. and you have I I
irty recuper a bowl of left-over lobster In I
years. Commission will be the selection of a ation. Sam la having Indifferent
I Small counties that have not takenis We're moving our tender ornamentals the refrlg." The woman's tight i
site for the proposed new courthouse.We I success His latest attempt oft her we''
Indoors as we havea rocker for while r
find them-
precaution may soon was to broil an egg for Allce'sbreakfast
hope this issue\ will be met with sneaking suspicion that the usually have a wide assort.tnent .
(veil on the short end of the stick, anj It was not
I as much wisdom' and initiative as the first frost of the vear may of left-overs, the one
crowned with
the Legislative balance of success and only
power thing we! do not have U lob.
wings from the smaller and less pop- Commissioners demonstrated' in solving pastor. Sunday School 10 a Alice's fine understanding ate. Electric Water Heatingis

;"HOUS) counties, to the big counties and the financing problem m. with Mrs. Fannie Bell Deleslre. -
!in charge, Love :Feat
II a, m. Communion Service Five Million Dollars Wasted

e p m. with. Rev U A. Sampson super-safe
: ft's Just Plain Asinine !in charge. Junior Church Each Year On Fake Food Fads

members are asked to men

(Reprinted from "The War Cry") working so hard to prevent it? church Monday for at rehearsalThe S p. m. at the and?-t can fade aim 1 want. undermine your money plenty of fond., too, thank tofertlllaera I Install nn Electric Water Hcnler iinywnero- am! forget flu'*

been holed in Of course we're working hard to men of Allen Chapelwill health. The beat protectionagainst your and anil (trentmont Enjoy carefree jtoncfl of mho) .. ,completely automatic. FlameW .'

How Unless tree you've somewhere sans light up and a prevent it. Millions\ are working hard obnerve! Harvest Day. on diet fad which CAn truth The false by the notion.and half- *! so it dooMiVt need! vents or flue to carry oft product
to prevent it. But most of our efforts Sunday, Nov 14 Speaker' for flatten
your purse and threat.
terature of any kind you know full the usually 'Intended. t.. *ell of combustion. Clean us ft light bulb.
morning service will be
even<< the best of them are merely su en your health II.. in eating a
1 iw ell that for a long time now reports perficial. Our dullness of precept ion, C. C Anderson.! principal: of wt'U-ballUk' diet of ordinary. I. omethlng.will Many rat" pnxlurts With all its advantage, "n 'Elt'ctrleVallor Henter (like: A,

the delinquency of young America shallowness of understanding and un- RJE High School. Speaker for (food each" day, the Nutrition lack the not magical hurt you.power but to they do fJnmelnui] Klectrio: Range) routs I less In cheaper: to Una -
made disturbing the evening service will be J,
,ve profoundly news. FVundatlon report. The FViun-
These reports, with their formidablet aroused l sensitivity seldom bring us to Ie, Bra/Jly RJE: basketball datlon was established In 1941 what the salesmen. pretend. average price paid per residential kilowatt hour actually 31%
with the of ,, .
grips causes delinquency they can do. Fiwidists have
of facts and figures have provided which lie deep within the recesses of friends coach. are All invited members to attend and la. a twMi-pront organisation, to old bottled 1 tea water for. e* cheaper. than just 10 years ago. See the modern ll<
dismal reading on two counts : ((1)ley ) I I : support clanttfle research and mm'h.* $3W/ ) to Water Iteuten elttt
present-day American culture Pleaiant Orove Methodist. public education' In nutrition. a are compiled and published not I those who ,
were taken In
the best Thus we can work ourselves. to the Church. Sunday School 10 a Supporting members are com- tricot contractor
crackpots but by their rlnlm The FDA .
bone and until we're blue in the m. with Supt LeDeflue In partte In the food! and allied .tup.1
in the business! and ((2)) they charge Love Feast' service, II InduatrlM. pe that racket, hut otherracket
but unless and until we make face'j I TODAY. IT'S CHEAPER THAN EVER TO GO ALL ELECTRIC
keep to
is still the popping
that delinquency on a. m. Communion: Service 7p Every: year. ton million American up
icrease. ganized large-scale attack on the m. -Jlev. B J., F Williams apen.1 500 nillMon 01.... rob thoae who are not cautloua. -

"Of all those.arrested In this coun- causes of delinquency we shall con- pastor.SCHOOL. tare followingfad dIet., the -
tinue to reap a bitter harvest of tears f NEWS! Food A Drug i A welt-baluwed. diet consists'' -TH-.C' N0' tt.
for auto theft In 1964 ((97.356)), Admlnlatratltmeetbnatan : -M-A-'r'C'
"'iY' were under 18" states J. Edgar and tragedy. The Band haa made two appearances The new about a of a variety of food from each .
FBI head. In the latest crime And we're just plain asinine to think I this school term In fad diet spread>> rapidly by of the four main .food. group: ( '0" '''A '''18'J.
otherwise.As ,, the following cities Inverness word of mouth or tnrough carbohydrate and other nutrient .': ILICT"IC LIVING
'tfcport on a survey by nearly 4.00O and Lake City The majorettes magailne. and from bread and cereal. ;
long allow newspaper ar- ,
our youngstersto
as we
I4w enforcement agencies! and involv- accompanied the band It was .. The to protein from meat flab or --
urge try It eaema jag a total population of 132 million. be amused in movies the titles of reported by Mr Monroe band IrreaiAtlbl to people .who eggs; vitamin and mineral. ,

"Of those arrested for burglary ((187OQ0) ,- which are suggestively blurbed "a romantic I. director and Mrs. Kitties, who learn of a new fad. Imm fruit and vegetable; ,' PO [ 1 l.'II" COMPANY

), 94.087 were under 18 ; for lar- romp right out of a gay di I, Is working with the majorette The ao-ralled "Air Furce" or and the all-ruu> l nutrients ttPlNC IY/le Pt0R104ENRICHED

einy ((358.69)), 193.670: for robbery vorcee's boudoir," "a riotous and ribald I *, that the tan and ma- "Drlnklna '.n'." diet which

WO.({ 134)). 10.79O ; for vandalism ((76.- escapade" "an artistic: triumph crazy, !:i jorettea. performed well. ruta the rarbuhydratei you
mixed wild and "a killerdiller. i The band will boo making eat to a minimum _
8t4); ), 59143. 21.918 youngsters in that up violent m. to
other Mr Mon
hot as a smoking gat." and "a appearance be the latest t fad Thiwn who

drunk-Mess. neat package/ of murder" we'll continue'I I roe them Is I do working their bestOKN hard to help (folk/ It hun high carbohydrate

R*i here isn't a smidgen of comfort in to reap a bitter harvest of violence depravity NOTICED Utoaa gab and such..a.*.bread....tU pit the* I

'JMfh statistics. And. sad to relate.Ire" and perversion.
for the first three months of As long as we sanction the Iniqul- hold its I regular monthly meeting on. of the major component

running well ahead of last tout liouor traffic permit its wares to, Thursday Nay.. In the I at a gad diet They eat

be honey-voiced from our airways and Masonic Hall on Brownlee I high protein fu.U such a*
Street at I p m All members
something is wrona""e highways, and neonllght I its hundred are Invited to be present and meat and consume fat food

ftlliknow it. And because we know it. of thousands of outlets on the nation'sbusiest on time Ilk. olive and a"O<.'.dooI. I'ro-
teln and iota are goal fowl
.ad know it so' well we wring our streets, we'll continue to reapa ItFrKKATION: NEWH but>> they do not, alone, contrlut .

bends and handkerchiefs. We hold bitter harvest of drunkenness and All Teenagers are Invited toeoyperate a balanomt diet without WAYS

Serums and panel discussions. We appoint debaucheryAs with the program : carbohydrate. A "low car

hundreds of committee: and long a4 we countenance the publication scheduled at the center under I bohydrate" diet may mean

lmnl"ionl.Ve, pass thousands of of incredibly filthy and revoltIng the direction: of Johnny Jackson that a person. eat lees. but It
Now that the weather I Is I can place _".,. load the
resolutions.+ We print million of books by author who didn't have .
cooler wW enjoy the Inside -
activities scheduled for ........ particularly the live
club and canteens. After their tender years we'll continue" to you. and the I&loIlM'II The low

which having practically knocked our- reap a bitter harvest of emotionally ciirnrii >,"'''' carbohydrate dirt may catue a (

Hetves silly, we squat In our favorite unbalanced youngsters to add to the Pleasant Orove f..thrdl-I t temporary weight Ion, but' .n' +

'd..frwith. out favorite paper and learn neurotics and psychopath! who now Church .schedule. follow I|II.I a diet you cannot atlik ti,

;,;that,delinquency in worn than ever. overcrowd our psychiatric clinics and Church School. 10 a m Parents over a long period of time withMMfitctenn

Axnlv.it is. Disinterested news hawks mental institution pleane continue to send, \ .. or even without

are ''Civin< us the facts: and giving'them In short all long all we glamorize Br-hool FOUr children Rev William to Hunds.U enr' hand. to your health, the

to us straight. lust", infidelity inebriety and murder plea.- with his staff of new' KJM Foundation I Is trmpurary. warts at Ian boo
Pretty disoourairing? Right we're never going to lick our problemof IT elects) teacher, They *r. I Fowl fads. coma and food

But.K frankly, why should we be so delinquency: and a tragic number of *. follows Clair No 1. MlFloiuU -. Vale go. W. hear of a new one

'Utterly,durn founded by the news? Or our children who lack the characterand .. D PD. No 2. Mr. OlorisMark almost a. *or/n a. the last I
If amazement leave speech unimpaired j' Clue No I. Ml** EuaWllliama I
spiritual stamina to stand up to one goes' out of favor. Usually J'gR
,, why should we hustle out and the J"I"f's"uret of American culture will CUM No 4. MIMI the food. fro" requires| special I. dtrrrnlti tmjtftll !1w' CtNT'-.

about to Inform all and sundry that jam our jail or will have their lives I Rev Irene Williams Dmue The adult cla..i, I health fast. whKh are tappoavd wad. e/uf-luml MM lWJ/I/ fry./ T.uA.I..

.e Just cant understand why theyounger snuffed. out In the electric chair, the Sunday. School. will boo held ', tr be better. than I".I
fools' ..l generation continues! to at gas chsmVr or at the point of a po 10 a m. with Mr*. D fo levtr*.

to the dom and the devil when we're liceman's gun I.t 'In chiriv AQ parents. atore called or natural*upermarlifif foot. 'coat Tne more*o-, 1. NCW TURBO-JCT V8'.. in'p U"very much f iii wlmakethe\ .., '" rids wen JttInt'.r':: //'Mr iat !Win anil l backup

asked to pljw send theirchlbtren -all standard ou
of course<< but 'they do not fur Throw venoms of this remarkably ek'nn.J.CRISPl'nWSTYL-. RACY SUPER SPORT light
freshmtnu were enjoyed to Sunday School forspiritual nigh any better nutrition than efficient engine INC.' More elegant (from MODELS Perk in ImpaLtKH very 'Gti Chevrolet.

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED .:a who .t&ftd\POlS. Mr JaekCTfIZF.NS sea,I growth ordinary f....... regardless of are avaiUhK. with rating- V-.haped l (trill- U> new C oui'e| or ('onverubb.rompl 7. OVER 200 CUSTOM rCA
Antlorh Baptist Church the claim I & ,'ie, with new )Atrulit TURES. You have a fie M
tailbghU. 4.
: 3'JO and. IZ" wrup-arouml
OF Z ea'eh"TSSSZrU Soc a"wer I of 32T hp. hp
COUNTY ,, pastor
I'romiae of ItIRc.r.of luxurU-H
The living hp. 2. RICHER NCW IN. A JET-SMOOTHER RID[. liurkr' 'front "si'tt 1,,, lnoi l "yeratrhmi Iby.ml..rintr
d recreationI annual Woman's Day wa 1 youth charm mml wtatlum. I console 6. NEW "':\1 stereo nulio. Want", to
.. Iefln( .menta in body ;
l observe, Sunday Surds TERIORS. Th >y'r* Imprmnivveven -
IUCJUtAno: I rdtht given th Recreation1 t/.t"tll .' f11; { ? by eating pMlal tomtit do nut SAfETY fEATURES. They ruia your itamlArd of liv-
., soul i 'm-
flchrnl. at 10 with Bupt Willie by Impala at.andfr.&m.( u ,pn ion
Tbe taenagera enjoyed a I I Department at the Reno recreOrrater Allen Chapel 1 AMI P;) Brown In charge Claaa No I stand up wider fall for....mln.tll'. claim". ar,.l.. And the fine hand of fluting Full Coil sfiringt! include" wimUriwl'1, *j.rwr. Ins it up', Your Chevroletdealer' 1:
often th
Ram People <
HaD! wwn party last Saturday .. Church. Rev L. A. p-rh
Inn evntrr (Oame and warn taught by Mrs. Simon t-u<;h body It>II.-,J. t'ru-alxd\ { electric: : wijwr' +* the mark tuChevrolet's 1It:1: :..

Class No.2... taught by Mr I how aXaurd.
Thoma both of Baldwin
Food f' '""'
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Morning worship was held at
II Devotion the ordinary frrda from the '
WM If4 by Mrs
ESTABLISHED 1879 Jessie Mae Barry The speaker supermarket are no gas. beceiua I 66 IMPALA
Mra Mab. American farm mM .U,
Iw.* J Ffeteher
m. L Marrwrw Korroa AMD rua .,."- 'd.pl.tadthat tha fw.lgrmrn -
Q 3 p. m
Mai PtoaIaA'a .Dan WU axr NCWSPaeta. Pyal.WtO Cow Mrs L. W Thomaa 8p.akereaa that on mHnal"nl'M la Inferior, and' See the new '66 Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy II, Corvair L Corvette at your Chevrolet dealer'si

I t/NUOlr.at Uxoca Tsg .A.1a M.rwassIYiaaelea j Mrs. McKlnnry of Baldwin further deootl'D'II nutrrtrve val- I _........_... ._- ...... ., -...-.-- .. "..--.---.-
At 8 p m d 14 by Mrs. Barry Bwaker .... B-xh notlnna. are wrong,: i 00 glut
EaseTl1u..ov AND Cirriam Aa $ coo Cu.. Marr* AT TH. wa
Mr*. Simmons The officers Use Foundatton en( Poet Or rice AT JTaa.L FLA. UND.) Aerr Of MABCM a. ,.".. I .
t and membrrs are grateful to agrtcultural m..cJlooS.4I
DC TIDI TRADC AJUELA!: wvs TEAK $ -5O . BDC MONTHS M'" an who helped make this a j' and modern food pruren ne ,

OVPJiID* TRAJXB XRBA. ON* TKAK: great aueeeaa Total amount I togetlMr mesa a food supply
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t TIME; TO RELAX! 1 1I are now at home are Mrs. Nel j

I Keystoners are resting up lie Ocayson, who was at the J,

this week from, one of the Hlllls Miller Health Center in

,. !, J r tsrl busiest weekends ever recalled Gainesville, and 'Mrs John E,

involving families with children Hammond: :, of Crystal Lake __

M r of school age Keystone who was In a Jacksonville hos. r _
I School Homecoming, which pttal as a result of injuries --'---"- -

began with a snake dance and suffered In. an automobile ac- I Queen Jane McMurtry;: and her KIIIIS Homecoming Court I

[ bonfire pep rally Thursday cident. -
evening, and! continued with a WOMAN S CLUBACTIVITIES I

Friday afternoon parade with J

band and floats, was brought The Keystone Woman's Club,

to a climax that evening witha has planned, an eight-hour I t iIn.

football gams against Branford Safety School conducted by

and the owning of the Florida Highway Patrol Bgt

Homecoming Queen, Miss Jane Elliott, of Jacksonville. The

McMurtry Many loyal fans dates and time for the classes!

braved the intermittent drizzleto will 'be set at a meeting be

watch the game and half- called by Club President Mrs

time program. John C. Bird, All persona interested -

tt As If that weren't enough are asked to call Mrs. 'l'I

tLc many of the same patents and :Bird this week, for further de-

students who participated in I

the Homecoming events turned tails.A food sale will be> held by ., "' L..l 1181 A.
out Saturday morning to erect the club on November 12, from -- -

ana! decorate booths for th3 9:30: a, m. until noon in front 1- To Outstanding Floats !in Homecoming Parade I

Halloween Carnival, which began of the postoffice Mrs. J, O,

at 4 o'clock that after- Hanson, geneal chairman,

rrJ:. /'Sf- i _- ,' noon with a parade and costume promises a wide variety of Branford Dominates Second Half

r; ""a II 'I judging and continuedInto tempting items This 1 Is an excellent -

ford. and Chevrolet. battled, l t" it draw In it hf'IIIIf..III- the evening hours A few opportunity to stock up

Two InjuredIn I ,1,11| on HlKhviHV ""' i at IlilUrist early Siiml.iy.=1'<'lrnrnihnhiitiis | took time off football to watch'/game, theFloridaAuburn your freezer. : for holiday entertaining In 26-13 Victory Over Indians

by Kill 1'uynr. ..
CollisionOn on television that afternoon, EYE WILLS

one which the announcer Lions Club Eye Bank Chair- The Branford Buccaneers''. when play resumed In the third

Hiway 100Two Drivers ChargedIn ,....................a stated was the most excitinghe man Oeorge Schaeffer announces plundered the Keystone Indians quarter

NEWS had ever witnessed that a concerted effort 26-13 In a cold and wet Fri- Branford l dominated the field
CollisionOn NOTES
men were InjuiPd early A number of former! graduates Is blng made by club day night Homecoming contest : during moNt of the second .

in,liv mornlni In hnad-on Highway 21 ly Helen Eganuauu.uaau.u..aa of Keystone High SoLiool l members for donor pledges/ to In Keystone. half scoring their second touch-

< brunt'! on Highway 100 about were In town for the weekend, the eye bank at the J Hlllls ttranforil morcrl in the firs town In eight playa and then .

t t'lii-c' miles southeast of Key- Two cars were Involved Inn including several' collegians Miller Health Center In Gainesville play of the game when Buccaneer making the extra point to tie

1 '11" Heights t automobile accident about A\KI ill.\FTUlLWS: : and local servicemen, whom Last week 20 pledges Cheney took the opening up the game.KeYlltone .

Alfred Lee Davis 21 Put- '1'12 p, m, Thursday. Oct 28 New members continue to families and friends were hap- were obtained In the. Keystone I kick on the 20 and turfedIt seemed! Hlufrgla.i; Touchdown. For The Indians

in Keystone; Heights! 'pv: lo Ree.nOJ.lH'S. area by three Lions, as follows buck all the for a The Aral half zip Hill I
i,'in Hall N.itrjo, ; was released' Join the oiQunl/atlnn, uch; a% way was gone ('telegraph. I'hoUw by Payne)
following treatment at Bnul-; "f'ause of a dead battery I Mis Ralph Oilffln: who lives+ : ANNIVERSARY: : : Buccaneer tom'hilown. Scar- The Buwnneers seared twlc ri

f'H'd County Hospital for mlssi / Thomas A, Trlr-st 16, Keystone In a lovely mobile home In the Mr aiiii. :! Mrs B A Barring Oil Pn redes Mary }i. I borough's attempt at the extra more In the fourth qimrte'
had pushed off ''his 1949 ton. of Melrose, will celebrate Powell, Clarence E Porch W with Jane {
i I h"eth and a minor leg Iii- John Bird' Park on Paradlv: point was no good. Cheney carrying the bal McMurtry I
j llll rv. Ford and was tiavelllnre at a Lnke, and Mrs. Esther Ktue- their golden wedding annlver- Guy Sapp, Mr. and Mrs Eddie Then It was Keystone's turn down field In seven plays, the

I t t ankle Delano Loper 30. slow rate of speed toward Key- tier, a permanent( resident of cozy Sunday in honor of the Cardenas and their five children to visit the end zone. A pass going over for a Buccaneer T Crowned Queen

: Istone: driver' of the second tone on State Rood 21 when White Feather C'ouit' occasion, their three children John Alexander Robert from Brokaa to Norris Rained O Branford run for, the twIt I
George V. Wheeler, 47, Miami, Dr. B A Baiilngton, of the Edward Jr., and Annie. Claude 30
i r, was tt'ansferred! to Unlver'v Oame Day was enjoyed In'1 yardH, nutting them up to point was good Of Homecoming
'I' Mcdii-al Center, GainesI' driving a 1003 Volkswagon; at. Anne's/ parish house last L University of South Carolinaat P. Hammer. and Reuben wore. Two play later Urokiis Bradford's fourth touchdownwas "r

,''"., for treatment of a split also traveling" on 21 toward Thursday with thp usual fun, Columbia, Mrs. Julia Lip Moody, went over from the S yard scored on an Indian fumble

J dad' fractured wrist. He was Keystone, foiled to *el'.Ti test's Including blnKo ana:! birthday -' pmnn of Atlanta and Rev John Allen-Wllma Jean Allen line for Keystone' first TD 1. with Buccaneer Cheney recovering The climax of the halftime! ft'::.

,. cd lute Sunday morning. car which was showing no rear rake, piovlctecl by Olady I Hersthel Harrington of Toxey,, sod Audrey Flake. 1 then claimed the extra point and denting his way show at the K-yston Heights

Atcouinu, to FliP Trooper I lights! until almost on top of Haberstroh Bob had Aliv, are holding open hour Jack, Bannon-himself.! Lillian for ,the Indians down lick! to the gout line IUuh School Homecoming last '

r. Jones Hip accident oc- It Wheeler skidded: some 00 blrttrrtay -during-Feirill WtiTTrionth!"" a,,' for Uu ,friends' In the cam Jlarunon.and: their! chili i K..v t .na. oooroil ogam after Branford kick try for the : Friday evening was the crown- Ji. .
feet attempting to brake his munltv and relatives, of theirpaients dren. Bruce, Kevin. Bret and Ing of Homecoming Queen .<
ed about 2:30: a. m, Sun- but lie find his wife wore unable -'I ; recovering a Buccaneer extra pont wns no ffoixl! ,
In\, hen Davis, dilvlng/ east "ar and struck! Tlichts car In to attend as she Is undr, at the Biirrlngton Scott, fumble on the 47 yard line, In Indian Couth Lei Rhtxlun Jane McMurtry a member' of l :L :-
the i ear, home from 2 until 5 Sunday l Anyone desiring Information 1 fast aided had the senior class and honor:
i a i IOCS Chevrolet, crossed the doitoi's (rate and! he was, a series of plays, bya praise'/ for the offensive
>II!I n t' yellow center line Into the There were no Injuilps and helping take raie of her Cards, afteinoon about pledges should contact penalty against Uninfonl, game played by Stefan Brokas, student at the school The coronet -

J Hi of the 1958 Ford being damage: to both automobiles weie sent to Mis Ruth (Tree-11: Both natives of Melrose and Schaeffer during the evenings I with Brokas going over on Chester Glenn and Jerry of brilliants was placed i'I' r
childhood friends, the Bar- or on, weekends. on her head by last year'sreigning
towards was small the fourth The
i J" i n by Lopei Key- son who recently undeiwpntsutBPrv try extra Mooneyham and for the trfenaloe -
rlnstons THANK YOU DIPT.: Diane Chapman -
i were married! In a kick ,
nl FliP TioopPi F.. I.. Jones! In Rivrthh'p, Hiwpltal I. point was no good. game playtxl by IkinnyHlnck
.. l I.III"I"S car spun some fii( rhpigrd Wheeler! with failure anti! Mis/ Ooull! Owens<. who 1 Is home eromony on Nov 7, The Keystone Hl..*t <;\School During the rest of the first ( : and he was escorted by '

'r'ef i l after Impact before It to have his vehicle under control Iio/'pltall7pfl at st. Luke's 1 In HUB! by the Rev II. R. Mosley. (Continued on rurxr rage{ ( half the ball moved up and \Tisrn:; 'HKIIH Ernie Williams Her attendantwas I' Queen Jane

"' 'yPl> 'd, hearted East, off the and cited Tilest for having Jacksonville of the Baptist Church The dlWthe field with neither llrun Linda Anthony also a Is" Crowned
!''i at wedding/ was held at the home team able to senior. escorted by [Ronnie ;
the bottom
uiy a defwtive equipment on his Field Operations Junior Class gain significantly down 11 13 to
Dliertor the brisk winds prior
of the bride's parents, Mr and Homer and her court included :
t incline The .
Davis cmHI automobile against the other On rushing 9 13
David Jeff leys of Washington: hire E B 1 Debbie D-y. Connie the parade that at'l'1100rt.:
Perry, which Is McCal-!
,' pre. Wins Halloween
MI dJim"; 40 feet from thei D C. has clarified The Indians looked l guixl In On passing. 2 0 I .
the reason lion and June Judges for the contest were
ently auitht,
occupied the .
by E. BI'cirys.
i j J"" i of collision before com- for not Window AwardPTA the first. half aggressive.. and On penalties. 0 O I E.
receiving the chapter'srhaitei Jr were' escorted bv Miss Gertrude Houser S
Ray Williams
being located off
iii t in rest Boat Stolen
across the roadway heal, and playing gad ball UtI.hlnayordJe, 118 IDA i
as previously announced McKay and O E Wlsglna
Jimmy Wlldt
Hwy. 21. about two miles and Tommy
l > \1 Is wa-s cited for driving From Gator Bone by his office. lie Halloween Carnival Co- Hut during half time Passing yardage 4) 0' The Branford High School
says: south of Melrose. she attendedthe :! Trlest The queen' was presented I ?
_'II'' 1 the wrong slje' of the road "We did not Intend any reflection Oake Grove school near chairman George LaRue has ies something
A ten foot aluminum fishing on your chapter In not Melrose and recalls that there announced the winners of the didn't oem the same Fumbles 1 1 I cheerleadersA' game, performing during

MUKRHEE boat was stolen from the Bul- permitting' / Lloyd! Oaidner to were no wedding ntendants to window decorating and car Penalty Yanla 10 BO: presentation of rift certificates the evening and at halftime.

Insurancegency present your charter! on Oct the bride nival help contents from the I assisted by a very unusual
this was made
lock: residence on Oator Bone errs back In to the 1 1I
Lake sometime 14. Your group has made excellent those! days. high school classes eligible for Melrose/ Loses was good A pas from Downs queen, her court and their escorts "'Mule "
during the
General Insurance progress! in its firstyear I Both Mr and Mrs Barring- the prizes' to Walter Sturdtvant gave I by Mrs Ralph Thomas, Afternoon Parade

past week The boat was of operation" His ex ton are third generation natives An award of $25 was given Top SpotIn Melrose another score representing' < the PTA Halloween The Orange Park High(

riKR SIT.U.TV M\ valued at $8000 The Clay] planation is that the award(ns I of Melrose, whose antecedents to the Class for their windowat Darin scored his third TD of Carnival Committee following School Band. attired In colorful -
KIM I; AITTO nos! County Shcilffu office Is In- of charters has been wtthhel'until d wets pioneers In this LaRue's office, which featured River/and I the !game on a pass from Orlf ,," the coronation cere- uniforms, set the pace for

Keystone Ifolfhts, 47.1-1785 vc.stiuntlnKIV such time as a stnrvdaid I aiea The parents of Mr Bar- a lighted Jack-o-lantern fin that was good for 31 yardsDavis monies I the Homecoming Parade held

I ilngton net In a typical' nighttime helped on the next tally I HO\T I at I '3O afternoon
Ft (Continued On Next Page) were Mr and Mrs, A Melrose suffered a 47-33 defeat 1tlNNLRgFirst p. m. Friday
Burrlngton RCE'ne. when he passed to Havens and School officials and school
and he
attended and lost their bid for first I place winner of the
p r the Oehwllla A tllI' -way tie was announ- he ran 39 yards to score leaders" cheerleaders football
School held In a Homecoming !
In the float
place Rlverland Conference content
church ced by the committee on the Billy Robertson received the player, and school
members of
ten miles
from f
: : I when they played i the announced at halftime
BEST BUYS, :BY .,c ..& ,MOTORS- INC. Mel i'OOP assistancecontest, with Branson Eagles at Meli-o.se Friday kick-off and ran It bar to the tlv Tumor class. with was the club rode In open automobiles
Among the childhood lends awards of $10 each going to goal line for the final score' of Prihmen In the caravan which Includedthe 1
night This was their second taking second place
I the freshman junior and senior the
of Mrs float from the various
Burrlngton who will honors One of the
loss this
to season entries,
attend the party are Mrs. Lula classes, for their help In This victory put Bronson In that of the Sophomore Class. high school classes and tbe
Tlllls constructing and decorating first place In the local fire truck.INDIAN .
of Keystone, Mrs Susie RiverUnd
I the booths for the carnival. Melrose: took the lead In the completely destroyed by
fio Preston Mrs Id,? Price Perry, Conference and will probably
fiotttl first quarter when Cliff Kirk
They i 'and Mrs. EJna; Baker, all of mean the Conference championship -
went over from the three yard
Mrs. Sutton Wins Quick rVtV.VnVCVVVyVVyy
Melrose; and Mrs Nora Alexander for 19fiS i Rundown .e
line Junior Jordan kicked for
of Waldo, The Burring' The Melrose Mustangs are 'On BunnellThe
Past Presidents two extra points to put Melrose -
tons have nine grandchildren now tied with Cedar Key for
in the lead 8-0 at the BEACH
I UNDER: Tin: \\KATIIFK: Golf TourneyThe second place, a tie that might I Keystone
start of the second, quarter. Indians will
8C Halloween! Carnival ro- The Eagles scored" three not be broken until the last I I play Bunnell High School FrtI i
caw 1956 PONTIAC chairman Bill Bclote was final round of the three name of the season when the day night at Bunnell. ': (lake Santa Fe)
touchdowns In the second I I Oame
19 "spooked"\ lust Thursday week-long Past p"..sMmt'. two teams clash at Cedar Key
evenhag time
G Mra .
2 DOOR I quarter while holding Melroseto 8pmI Java F. Miller Sr...
ending up In the Tournament of the Women'sOolt Next week Metro aUl be ,
:''Q'T I one. The first Bron.4I01Tn ontheir I Bunnell' has won only one! .................... &
OJ in Starke, whore he has undergone Association at Keystone own field once again as
ti Aw 1 held last came when Dale Duvfct ran they take the same & aliuit DunneUon. 7- tests and treatment andIs Country Club was on Bell Bulldogs, with this past week
from the four yard line out of six pl.yf'dIf '
)- reported to he greatly improved Thursday; with Mm./ Ty Oarber over for the Melrose Hcwnrcomlng.. ) far this over I It makes me think the
pti' ;i964 CHEVROLET' VED'A'' " "' no good and the Mustangsstill Florida D.VB
G llclpatlnn his return home with a net of 216: for the three" home dame for :MelroeMELROSEl Air Inc and Christmas should be
led but not for lung Steve, Academy Cross
I. I City, Bakt ln,
rounds of play Her trophy was a jinap' Jack served as "' ucUoneer -
Bird was responsible for thenext and Father
soon.Mayor It!. L Bciusley' has presented by Mrs T, J. Hawes ----yyyyyyyyy--------....?- .mV Lopez Bunnell "' for the Melrose FFA
1962 OLDSMOBILE been Winner of the nine-hole score when he went over I beat Keystone 1J-0 In last t tyears ; "Slave Auction
y'r dismissed from the on ThursdQ-
98. SEDAN Clay from the 4 yard line. A kick I game
County Hospital! and Is conval- croup trophy presented by I night Then., endured the
by Johnny Orlffln Bronson
$ escliw at home from multiple Mrs. Alex Brokas, was Mrs In the lead 8-14. put FACTS ABOUT BOWNELL: rain lor was it tears?! on Fri.day

'Injuries sustained In a camper Harold Sutton, with a net of Eddie Rothhammer evened I ENROLLMENT BOO | < ntaht to watch Broruonoutnunuever
Ay Joyce Howe CONFEKENCE: '
: Bt John.sRiver.
1961 RAMBLER STA. WAGON accident: last month. Mrs. 111A the score when he raced about I Class B.NICKNAME'. our 01&1SIUI-
Beasley /ntatnt that It will nine-hole side putting 20 yards to score for Melrose I rhone 4753404AAAAAAAAA I tangs to a 47 to 32 core' And
J: probably be some time before tournament was won by Mn BulldomiCOIOFS don't think we did not put Ina
A pass! from Oilffln to Tommy AAXAAAAAAAJMr
g he Is and Arthur Ketch with a total of Blue and White ,
64l9s ;> up around as his inJuries Havens from 18 yards out ,, day's night on Saturday -
13. while Mrs Whitney Wy- and Mrs Bill Andersonof HEAD COACH Bo Manuel'
beA. AND were quite painful and broke the tie A to Darts pv Hatwith) cooking: and
1p pats
slow In mending.Two man and Mrs. Ray Starnes I COsta Mesa California 84 RECORD: 7-3 i setting! over 4JO hambunenah4
for the extra the
point put
y tied for second with 14 topped last ,, LETTERMEN 10
by '
week" to penj<< o: about .
local ladies three boxes of
who have
MANY OTHERS Eagles: In the lead 14-21
:Mired TournamentThe a couple' of days visiting Mr BASIC OFFENSE: *
recently been hospltallxed and Dale Davis ran 22 yards In' Wing T Otor Pupa at the annual
fifth round of the he t- and Mrs VirIle Rove and Mr STRONX1! POINTS Depth HaUow
the third quarter for a tally en Carnlra. at school:
ball mixed Tournament was A pass from Griffin to Bird I and Mrs. Orant Rorhriammer size, run off bellies, good! Tq UlmA an eventful weekend -
'held Sunday with Mm John Guests at the home of Mr'I overall
added another for the tpredoFFENsrE three very proud chlMreo.
C & C MOTORS KEYSTONE BatU and Wally Muhlhofer point I and Mrs Julian Slade for the 'i PERSONNEL'. ,' T C Jeff Miller
rattles A pass from Donnie and Joan
winners with a net score of :3/0, \ "weekend' wete their
/ daughter to watch Walton '
Drive-In Covart a tall
Theatre I QB: to E"XPrUl.1r
Down to Cliff Kirk added six grateful
AUTO SUPER MARKET strokes ofi and '
for the nine holes I family Mr and :Mrs. FrtU'Hoensteln Don Twsrnshend. End. Uianki to
more points for Melrose and our friends ao4IPtghbon
Play. ( of New Smyrna DEFENSIVE '
!F WE HAVEN'T GOT Ii WE'LL GET ITr Fri Sat.-Nov. 5. 6 In a three-way tie for second I brought the score 20-28 at the Reach another daughter. Mrs. 'I to watch B> PERSONNEL on Indian:: Bead
nnjr Denier: Line area
start of the fourth period. j no home where' they
Or* THr r How To with nets of 33:: were Mrs. day : Pony Wilkes and children Backer
StuffA trick
Steve' Bird started\ the' 1 or treated on Sunday
w w, rr. era. n., Livingston and partner Mar- also of New Smyrna Beach POTENTIM.:
fourth when he scored WEAKNESS: eventful were refused
quarter they a
KKJH1S. fl* GInexvlllr Fla, shall Gallop. Mr. and Mrs and their .
KlTrONI Wild Bikini E.t| daulI'hteT'fa.rwal'f't.: Weak imdd>. weak
defer 'donation
from 2 yards out for Bronson pas and they would like
473-43* Phone 376-4111 F., Alken. and' Mr. And :Mrs.' who live' In Otlnesrille and (
.\ PH.-J{ from Griffin to t?U".* to hare you know at this writ
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I weekend. zero for the evening.; The of birds found In this area dy. sponsored. the Willing George Canova organlntSuywiays Ing. with God In Psalms al::12.

KEYSTONE He advises us that he will be chain borrowed by this writer and how to Identify them. The Workers Class, will be held. School 9:30: sw m r "Restore unto me the Joy
entering 13. horses In the from the Keystone Heights boys plan to take a hike this next Sunday at 7:00: p. m. Mornlnc Worship 11 *>. m Christ fs ''of thy salvation: and uphold

HIMTES Southern Championship Horse Lumber Coy was expensive weekend weather permitting. I t4 with David -
I Nursery.open both boW'SBpi ]. n me. thy free spirit.
Show to be held In Montgomery. and will have to be paid fl>rout It 'will be a practice trio In .eo.... I had not lost salvation
The AnswerBy
Ala. on Nov. 9 through 13. of the profits of the car- preparation for another hiketo INDIAN BEACHFrom St. Anne's Rev. W. W I IWontlaH. he had lost the joy yet'I I
Fr ceedlng Page) I This is the biggest show in the
(From nival. I be taken In December to vicar: ; R. G. Copeland I I Man cannot rejoice In

Southeast and one which attracts Anyone having any knowledge count the birds found in thesurrounding organist. Lord when there Is UlIICOnte.eel ..-

Athletic Department extends thousands of spectatorsand I of the whareabouts of \ area. and Sermon Rev. Charles! Harvey sin In his life. Christ stands:
thanks to tl>> many persona I entries from all over the ( Preceoiling Page) I Morning Prayer
with ready to forgive and to
the chain or any Information In keeping the season. '2nd and 4th Sundays sin
their., help and cooperation -, country Pastor First Uaptlat hurch
who gave pertaining thereto. Is asked to the boys attended the meetingin fug they have collected over 9:30: ,a. m. (nursery open.) restore the joy of salvation to.
to the school for its HERE :Y THERE
'I call the number listed In the Halloween costumes. sev- fifteen dollars! Tills means Holy Eucharist and sermon I.awtey. Fla. I the penitent heart Yes ChristIe

Homecoming'actlv1t1 A spec I Mr and Mrs. Fred Ellis and heading of this column. If the eral prizes were given three sets of braces: ,for threeFormosan 1st and :3rd Sundays. 9:30: A the Annwerl

ial thanks is given. to Roy I son. Van attended the Changs chain Is returned no questionswill The boys then had, a party children who might M. [nursery open]. Church
Tyre., who furnished: the materials of We read, In Psalms 83:6.: church need to be shaken out
I command ceremonies at the be asked. and bobbed for apples. :Refreshments not have gotten the chance School. 9:30: A. M. "Holy Eu- TILE RIGHT POINT for the
for the lovely, queen'sfloat Naval "Wilt thou not revive us of the state of lethargy they I
Air Technical: Training otherwise. So again we it I write. Come In and
were Xurnlshed by say ohorlst. 8 a. m. each Sunday. way you
one which -would be, a i Center. Glencoe. Oa. last Friday again: that thy people may rejoice are In today. But until sin la I
the Episcopal: Church Auxili Is wonderful to have friends Evening Prayer. 7:30: P. M elect your favorite ESTER*
standout in. parade. in thee? At the time this confessed to Clod In the name
any i
i morning. Their son Charles MELROSE ary. Mrs. Sara Jean Chance and neighbors\ like YOU ALLI each Sunday. EYC. 6:5': P. M. nOoK fouctahi' pen. TEUE-
The PTA Halloween carni- W. Ellis copy U being written I am in of Ills Son. and people In the]I
QM2. U. S. CoastGuard
and Mrs. Jean Allen served. Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis each Sunday. 0"\1"11.
val Committee extends thanksto is stationed there and > and a revival meeting, preachingat churches turn to God In. genuine ,
Halloween Party grandson Jerry Music Dally offices: of Morning
those wiio.contribute; food presently attending AirTraftic (From Preceding Pace] had. a busy weekend also. TheKills' Brooker Baptist Church. repentance with a desireto
Department ; and Evening Prayer 8:00: A.
Children of the Junior
construction materials prizes Control Rev. James Temple Is the fine .b. revived revival can

and assistance for the event also visited Mrs. School Ellis' cousins They attends the University Flor- of the Melrose Methodist Quinn. daughter Joan and, Mrs.Johnny Laj'doll of M. and 8:00: P. M. pastor of that church Our come In no other mannerIf

which grossed $823.89, according Mr. and, Mrs. L. Edwin Rober- Church were treated to Rlncon. Oa. called on Satur- -PresbyterianFaith hearts were made to rejatre asscores man wants genuine peace,
I I Ida.Mr. Halloween party Friday of precious, people came God has given the terms
to ticket chairman Georgia son: ., at their home on Jekyll and Mrs. Billy Copelandand day morning to any she wouldbe Presbyterian: Churan by

Wolfe I I Island, which Mrs. Ellis tells family had a, guests for afternoon.There were eighteen down to visit. Young Johnny -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min forward rededicating their which man may possess pease
APOLOGY is the weekend Mr. Copeland'sparents present. The party was given lives in this first service Mon for w" read, In Roman. 51, a,
us. a veritable JIlrad1.se.81nce usually spends the summer l later;; Mr*. Carl 8w4nher. sum''
Gremlins got into our papers it has been made a proJect Mr and Mrs George by the Sunday School teach- here with his grandparents and. mar organist; Richard 8ehne-. day evening. We will bepreaching "Therefore, being Justified by Rental

last week and took, out the of the Georgia Parks Department Copeland. and his aunt Mrs. ers.The they are so very glad to see berger vtollrusi.Sunday there nightly all fftlOi. we have peace< with God
in Ellen Dolan. all of Palatka. chllden came in costume this week, and. also in. the through our Lord Jesus ChrUt.
Keystone from manyof restoration and him. School. 9:45 .
: a m.
Mrs. Ntla Wllkinaon of \ and played games and Sunday morning service. We By whom also we have. accessby
our readers' copies, for beautification: of the area. 11 .
Mrs. Mike Mama and son Morplna Worahljj.> a. m.
Ocala and Mr. Neil Roun .ihad refieshments. BaJoons would like to take this opportunity faith Into this grace wherein .
which we are humbly;sorry BOOSTERS TO MEET I Mark were In. Bronaon last Sunday t Nursery open both
tree attended the Homecoming mere glvan for favors. to Invite' every readerof we atand. and rejoU-e In
We have extra copies in our The Keystone week for hours.
Heights Boost festivities- at Gainesville HUh Adults supervising were Mrs an overnight Jaunt this copy to visit with us hope of the glory of Qod." So $1 Per Day
office and at the postotflce for ers Club will hold with
Kenny's ,
regular patents. Mr and
GlYnn Rothhammer. Mrs. Billy during these nights of revival we see beloved, that a person
School Thursday night Miss "ALL' NKW PORTABLES
any of you who would like to monthly Mrs. Earl .
meeting Nov. Bric
on 11. On Sunday. NEWS NOTES
and' Paul services and to to
Carol Ann Roundtree. granddaughter Copeland, Rev. remember must obtain this 'peace': from
catch up on last _It.*doings at 7:30: Mr.
p. m. at the school and;! Mrs. Wally Kirpatrickof
of Mrs. Roundtree. Watts Four members from.the- pray a pecJal!: prayer for u* In Clod but U can be obtained
which HORSE were considerable. cafetorium. All members are was in the Queens Court Mlw ,Junior Hteh class: helped cleanup. Gainesville were out for a I From Pr eidlng Page] this series of meetings May from the Father only through EmersonDahmer's

SHOW NEWS |I i urged to attend. Sharon Roundtree returned visit and.Miey. all enjoyed torn? God bless you as you come His only begotten lion the
Keystoner Dewey I LOST: TOW CII.UNDee boating-except, !Mark- et of incorporation papers
Ht'nderI I with Mrs. Wilkinson to attend lloinenpakrr Club Meets young and w01 ship! with u* and as Lord Jests Christ, Then we
son of Lake Point Farms. Is he and chapter by-laws are Issued
:, to dtsappearnce of a 9 ,Junior College In OcU. Sharon Ms. Sandra McKoy gave a wound up with a bad case fixun Uie you pray for us dl1l1 can stand rejoicing In the assurance .
taking honors uiesident's l office.
right and left, foot length of toW' chain from of "hives" He was much bets I of
In the of
opening eternal
his latest being two blue rib-'I> "Chamber of Is the daughter of Rep talk on proper lighting In the ter today tho. COMMUNITY! : rill'RCII' verse Glory. 112 E. Call rh.9fr9.IntMotoreyeb.,4eo.ters
booth scripture for this the W find David the
copy as II
and Mrs. William Roundtreeof horna. at. the regular monthly man
Mrs. R. N.
bons won for two entries In I I Sundrrland Issues
at the Halloween Carnival the The Aft .
Wheeler's hay Psalmist prayed "Wilt thou after Ood's own heart plead.AMBULANCE-
Cocoa. and lhegranddau- meeting of the Melrose Hotoe- '
the Ocala: Horse Show last a call for all members and
booth showed' net profit of some new nellll\bors'ln their not revive us again: that thv
ter of Mrs Roundtree.Mrs. makers Club Thursday. M'ra.McKoy friends who wish to contribute
trailer park We welcome: Mr. people rejoice In thee?"
is In of may .
Claude Martin Is a representative 1 to. the many, booths of the
and Mrs. Ed R ;MUf and young < Our rhurrhe need true Holy
the Bradford County Hospital Clay Electric In Keystone Bazaar on Nov 17 to keep
Mr. Roy Flsk Is home recuperating Also there was a discussion) daughter into our\ midst. They searctolng for o'whlteele.- Ghost sent revival! today, In SERVICE

after a brief stay in about the Bazaar \a be aponaored hall from Miami-so we hope order that the J people who
,pbal)I.f. toys nov, (les. etc,
the Bradford County Hospital; !! by the Homemakers Clubat they like our peace and quiet .and keep btuiey tn your kitchen know Christ as Saviour might rilONK:'\ after the hustle: and bustle of rejoice In HIm. Truly theKlorl.U. ,
In /
In Recreation Center
making good things to sell
such a busy town., DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Chester and Nancy Wesleyof Gainesville November 1 10. making good things to neH.
Gainesville spent the weekend Plana were made for a, We understand our dear 'ark.. i>n ..r l>.for. thi
with their brother.In-law workshop to be held at the Mrs. Ida Whitehead U feeling! Tea and coffee will be 1M't'V\'d lath tiny, of Nnvvmlior. .\ l 11 I I ItoWIU C., Jonea Registered", Funeral Director
I during the. morning and IUI! ; olh.'w'' ". Hi" ftllmiiilimiif
and slater Mr and !Mrs\ Qlynn clubhouse November 18. Thework kind of under tbe weather. We luncheon ..l.t. | l'.i.iil| .lnt ulll l>, titkonn Starke. .'111.
Rothhammer. will bfIla... staining certainly hope<< that.after h.r. at noon The bazaar <<..nf.....it. Joy...... I I I',
will be open from 9 a. m. to 9 lhl. Illh' RENTAL:'\ SERVICES
semi-monthly visit to her liNloil diy <>r grin>
Mrs. Marian' Morris left this Wo.xten. Mrs Poj-
'.anJ compote p. m. and It U hoped that rerelpU li.r, A 1 U. 1I>*8IHKAI. .
week for Washington. D. C I ly Price 1s chairman of the Wednesday will. bring < .) I lloHpltal Reds, Wheel Chair. Crutches

where she will join her hus- | workshop., I her back: up to par. will break last year'srecopl ('>* .1.! .. A Kuril ,

band. Phillip who Is stationed! .,!. Tttrs. McSwine, County Home I Mr and Mrs. Albert Vsz\* of almost 'l.ooo.World rinrk.. Circuit. Ylnrlda.Ply "' t'oiirt.. .. lirailrurtlCounty.
Communion will/
there. Her parents. Mr. ant Demonstration Agent made .1 Netta were certainly a glowing Day ) U-iilnh. M Mw.ilviriuix
pair when I talked with them. be held Nov' 8 suiting at
Mrs. Jimmy Price accompanied late attendance* |I' | ClorK Serving Florida
They had weekend visitor 10.30: a. m. for the packing of 10/11 4t 11/4/
her Mrs. Morris I 1a the former The date of the next meeting :
Marian FreJriksnon.Brrln I has be changed to November their son Wayne and his clothing for earthquake victims Sine 1950

.ten Annlvermary 18 because: the regular Wire year old eon Scott: Th I In Chile" Those, attendIng M
I Van Nettas are asked I.to. bring a sandwich !- alO.as a I/etN kJ !1..
Mr and Mrs. B. A. Barring, meeting. fall on Thanksgiving.llomeromln were charmed over ReU.IRQ.... r.vv.

ton of Melrose will celebrate'' "..Uwlta.. Slated the fact that their grandsonhad for lunch. Mrs. A. A. ... .

I their Golden : Fr tlvttlei for the homecoming come all the way from Pt. Bralnerd will conduct the pro. ..ISTSrhon. .a..rIAlclle

t 1 .7 fr veraary on Sunday November\ football game against BU Myer.. (away from his mommy ram for the day Mr.

1k 7, li5. win start with a big bonfireand the first time I and did not 'The Board of Stewards will Y <(<:odwlnRrprrMrntatlvv Cordially

In honor of the occasion. pep rally at the school whimper. the first tlnruv--which meet in the, office room of the v uwgaMl '

Be certain they're safe their children Invite their I beajntung at 7:30: p. m. Thursday I bet he did not get a,. chance church BduoaUotial. & building ; Welcomes

friend In the community- to tot, Mrs. Van Netta was quite on Nov. II. Circle meetings are 1013 K.: Call St.
% Your
and count the cost in pennies an "open hou-e" between the Friday about 2:00: there will busy helping with the weekly .e hn.Ulird for Nov 13. I Ph. 9 1-5321 Y.u and to Your

hour of 2:00: and 5:00: In the ,, be a parade through MeJro, family supper at Filth PresbvUrrlan A wedding of Interest to Family

i afternoon at the Harrington Different 0I'lanlutlona..1II Church on Friday many friend Is that of Mrs I Starka New Horn

Ke p4 keH. Jewelry Tax Records. Will*. homeDuplicate. hav.f, pate. Local businessmenare night She helped prepare the Bertha M. Jon.* to Frank M.

Infturanre policleH. All the things Hi-ldf, In"ltoPdto have a car In best.and fifteen quarts of Whltmore on Ort, 23. comrr-, The State of Florida

youwouldn't Winners last week at the the parade. nrst, second, and dr..anc--. tulations are, extended to this/.)

want to Inxe . and the things Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club third nrUe "will, be awarded to LUc" HlUiard and Doyle happy couple. It Is) Our Dewlra To Make\ Yen Feel Welcome and

you couldn't afford to IOHC . are sure were: Mrs. Gay Livingstonand tha beat. tJoa.JA. James met some fishermen To Acquaint You With Your City.

of protection against! fire, theft Ions in Mrs. Ray Starne. let The queen and her court i friends, from Oral over at "sureN'r. ", 'I.t: '"' I .

our modem vaultn. And a Safety Deposit place; Mrs Roland Bryan and wlll.be in the parade. Queenfor Yankee<_n this weekend<< The TO. IIICMAHIIAIMMIKNH W.h'l/.U.O/

Roy costs you just pennies a day! :, Mrs. ,Jim Wilson and Mr*. the homecoming game 1 1. group fished relaxed and really -, r/IAYYIN.. .. : I'NKS"WN"nl" 964-3965 If you are new in the area a phone

Paley Boyd and, Mr. Mary MlM Vicky Oornto Her' Court enjoyed thfiielve. When are h.r.t>y notlflwtl. I thul l '
call will .lt
Cook tied for 2nd place; and I IMr will be Miss Marilyn Bus from I: called to auk how many they ...ln.l you. l>y MIMHIKIl: M hrlnir you a prompt

KEYSTONE STATE BANK *. Val Olverw. and Mr. the IZLh grade; Mix.. Connie ot. Dick put it this way 'Wei. CIMKriV wltor. "' ('...w.In... *'Id.h.*.Clrrull li..n Cnurlof rilMl. I rJorlcf from your .local honlei... I'lean.. giveher

N. Livingston. 4th place. King. 11.nd: Ml. PhynsHarper. I-L we never did count them. llrailfurd Calmly, Vlurld. In

Member F.D.l.C. Rep !Scouts R'// 10th but we got home wltti plentyof I'h.ne.ry..nd gnu .r. r. Keystone Helffhta Fla.. . Post
Mrs Ronald Arromlth .. The queen will be crownedat fish for everyone. We got 'I .cv S <* ipy tt yuur An w r I

"Your Friendly Rank In Your Friendly guest speaker at the regular half-tlmi during the .__. ume nice "rd*" and trout" .or thm plxlln I'I.luurt'.Il"rn.y tu Mild CompUlnlm M. I. Control free and wonderful gift for you

meeting of Mrlroe Scout I The majorettes from the While hubby Doyle wont one Mrril..., l. It f.r.w..r 'I'
Community. direction ln..vlll., .Kliirhl. ,, .'"t Ci fll... CHIMICAL from kcal bWllneutu I IQ.
Troop log 'Thursday night band last year' will, aim take wife Dorothy./ James I fK> .. > i CO. a
lh n.lnl' In She .ales.'f Ih.
She deacribed' different kind I part In the program | went south to upend the woek- I l.'l.rk i>f 'lh. ('Ir"ult'ourt,
llsjlmreen Carnival i end with her Mater and broth.

A large crowd gathered Sat j I er-In-Isw. Mr and Mrs. John. I _--_U"' _-';;:# -" ',..-. !'M !F' .: KU : ...f7 T": '!2 .

urday nUht for the annual ny Bnwhear of Orlando. Duro

KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS MclnMe PTA Carnival. There they said It rained. ao hard I

were prizes.* fond and rtdas aplenty. down there she dkt not return AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

home until Monday\ when the

DIRECTORY The highlight of the eami- weather had cleared I _______ __ L =,...,,,_ .. .._,:.n..k. ,... .... ... ....__ ._.......__... ...., .- _, "'r.:.'
val was the costume: parade. W/e/ are glad to report that It .Jf; >>i: 2 :::.F.::. 2o,;.;,';< !:Jr-'i'" ........... -ut..r-"- =- j"............- TO' -

J for .. Is still true -You cent keep .
PrIM. were given .pt
JMF.KVICKReplicars : .: CHAIN HAWH .
school and school ale children. rood man down. Proof positive 1 AUTO 8ALEH: )

APPLIANCES Airrn KEPAIK I II'NIJHSKRY: In first the Pre-nchool pr\JIC\ went age to Danny group now M I out young of hill Mike rat Hell and IU on U a AUTO, SAI.S"; SERVICE Inc. A. Sc J. Saw Streit' Bicycle Shop

I Row dremnd as a hobo and pair of Improvised crotched Barkley Motors, Inc. & Mower Co. HONDA UOrrORCTCUMD

O.C.Carnes Nursery and there ta no stopping him Or clallt c..haaa Yesp .......
Goetzman Bros. second prize to Dnrothy 8vo- 1 Imported Bp Jo* Anderson. Vfgr.'
Service Center
Hlway 100 rtor&httma.a: bola dressed* a fortuneteller now We rx*<* he will, soon be rmiuMra Homellte/ Chain' Sawn -ll-aaA-z..d.., ..

GarageREPAIR Milt SB of Stark \ out from under the dor tor's S FIAT MLCEDL-AYNZ Mohorcyctea-4i&: ... BirrMCHWINN ..
1. R. Til I CS. Proprietor Nanny Block Thou In Uur school watchful eye''' also. e HtfXMAN A UNBBAMIV AJIA.ROfr.O SALEM: A nrnvtcn BECYCiJn
&Ir.< group' .
: WORK and ot PinFruit ', Just a* I predicted Roy S \ O'.YO Kp-lri A Part* All W.II.
Aithorls Motorola PlUlco there were four categories.\ For Tractor. Noise M-kumilh A ttaf Went
Tr*** to. *hao** tmrn. NiceHhad Griffin and AIPHIaJIM Ia 84.1..-Part* --$.r Uravely
non Allan sotFoy' *
Salon and ServiceSerrtr MOTOR BOOT PAINTING' most Halloween Jody DM 119 .X. B xra4 at. OslaweWs A PIe".... .IS W, I'Btvwvltr A_
Trees, r.verrrwr first deer of the BAlfH as SOtVICB
I won first pUce a Wanda the hunting .
Jon N.K. III... JalnaaYJ.lle O.Iw"le 114.1701
Oa Ail Make PORTABLE WKL.DI.VO A Landpe Pl uit All .lacontainer eaon In Georgia let week. Factory TrajA. MMkaiUee &
: Witch and Und Noah was T.L 1"2-II' Pfuin- 372.36114

TV RADIO STEREO AIM Iowa :M wer.-OvtBMr. Um. CmolU!- plant a aaai.a say.. second as a rat. tie moat or. Jack berbequed It and we all !*/ CLEAN USED CAM Jlrrt, Off Walk RoadCOYCYETE I'AI I NT & (71.A&1Liddell;

::OLOR TV M.Ur* Let UN do l.nq.capk ,,1 Iglnal Deborah Chewer wa enjoyed it on Hunday night SMI N. MAINOal.rt9. '
your g' Not only was H delirious. but In.4111 IAUTOAALVAGE I .IMtOIlUCTHouure '
Ph. KM-AtMU' NlaThta aid I'It., itinatd as an old man; :
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Hvry 21 Keystone Height. Arnold Rend was. second a* an 'Man. It aho' was trndl'f'I I --- Paint &

K.yst.o. H.Ightll 47>-4 5l Next to Drive-!. Tbtatr Until next week;, do you 1KEK
I ONE-HALF MILEOFF o4! woman. sad Larry Molted! THAT ALL TOUR GlaM Co.
47S-31t I
PlMNM know the two reason why gal
HIGHWAY 301 was third a. a akin diver ptidh of 4 wheel I Drip PRODUCTS
Nlte. flun 473-31M refuse to wear lad ,..,.'* Paul's Auto SalvageWe CONCRETE KVAMZI TAINT
339 Acre. thre-fourih4 I|' DvbUe Reed wa hun& dreMT'they don't want to RAMBLERUoonomy ARE: TILE imrr Fitaat Glow Hlrrvr BUdiai. O..r.*

Dryer Special! 'AUTO SERVICEHENDERSON'S .cle.rHrooa&; house. out- ato dressed!*. and In a Mark forma!Jacobr with a. was flU and they CANTI-s r> see ya,- AaeI1na" l'inea'l. Oac Buy Wrecked. CM At Edwards,. Building Tub Inea.-: .... ........

..... I'w........ Awdss .
buildings. Some .... ... .
4 Cycles only $129 rrpalrj ugliest. dred as a. morwter.i TOP I'RICFH 1 Supply Inc. .
needed r:and. farming' and}' Carpet WaD..... -
|WT. Mr, Josephine Reed pret-( I Ridaway Motor Co. 714' 'H. M l_J7I-4444 Inmt foIlf ..1........
cattle land. $137.:s'0 per acI dent of the PTA and Gilbert' Ail ........ A M..... Used at.OAINP71VIi1 .
OA tfn>>.vn.r 1 rutrAIIDEN NW aUMonth
NEW & USED; TVAND I Center re. Reed. Chairman of the H.Iloween Keystone Area [ 1111 MaiA17II4JJ Pea.TaWyp. / .k 31t.e"lL'LATI'CO

Service S.E.McKay Realtor Carnival extend their Church Service. aahs.vtw (; smO."I.S. :
:'\ APPLIANCES St&ndsrd< Oil Products: thank to the many people Smite-We. win -- :'

(With !'Ser.re) I IWn HCR\1C-K KCTATONE PtMXM 471-4114: tfBfUm. I\ who tare of their time Co make B & G Motors Co. I' Flail lay ran Pw Tee.fhaeseliM Paris Inc.

Johnson Outboard< the carnival poe ibis They alas r TADILLAG.- U>H MOBIL 17-Mis. Johnson & Ocala Chrome

Wheeler Discount Sal.. A Suttee. IC"."' AIIC'fS: wish to thank the p-ople' -IU pilot. a\ALn !fEn WICK CVimplt Iln of Plating Inc.
STOKE.; fl..hl.g Tackle. Hamttmgfmulamrmt of the erJlnmlJnU.tw) maIM ,
of Ud
Pot BapU nv J DBowen P1A lUUoUan reTakes
.. -T ra Henr.L 441 N Peal stock Yard arn>*>- '-Arts- ChnmlnaANTIQt
B H IIIlrllel.!
-- this. Copper
one at the mot successful
Beidler's Holiday On o..tIJ'-' TrutMSM
-m psus; Rap Qov+ r1RTi.IERAIaseetk4L.PN
Highway 21 Between I carnivals the PTA ha. had recently land. orraninC | ". W. lU",. Kt. 444PIIONR Cadmium. .rftaJ. FlnaldnS
Hwy "-10? $e. *- e
Restaurant astem Buffte4
:M'emand Keystone netting well over IVX
Ph. Metr. .M> I75-H01 Kcyirtra Heir MS 4Ti-4.O7itKAirrv Cads Yew OneeeahlpGil. MHhorftat. Cliirrh !Yew. Worship Mrvtcwi : Sunday .. .-7IU 'We Rent prt41hT "cw-.4ert'. 'E CLEANTNOILVKB !
II e. m.. 7-JO pm.. (nurMry Automatic. TrasuumUsilon.
I .. PtREDr.M1n. : Next Awndsy will be Holy 334 N-W ath Ar*. : BRASS! COPIER
) WAdn
opnl, day. 7:>O p- m.Sunday DODOS DAJtT
I j / Fond VC t-S
SlIor'j : a m DODGE TRCCKSL'
Of-r;." 7 DAYS WKLY: "'- NV. lad Ar. GuM.
S OFFICE SUI'I'LIESa I 1.! from fl-10: until (ruimery oponl. Tr4r4ns; Ur>- .. .. ....,... 4rY1oDe City Automatic o.tlJot rte "
run tHmr --.>". i U 'JO a m. UwofnC' ob--rv I ; Dial US-ISIS.
Ion.S:34: p m. I fnunery 0.-1.1. I 1- htte L'PooleGablo'" _
AUSrrrMg Cartooo-ltaI... F-W, f.AUU04;! WEAR
d a OwlC Day nerrlee Theme
PRINTING=" I SUPERIORBUTEE PtaM I.... till )Bloat.L wow -B pt OrMt THMi_'j| -Calti.ttet. .. I Motors i Transmission Inc. ;TYrKWUITfCnSHancock: !

SHOP SEER Prom God, Attempt Great WUIia m. IV Thome, tl. JB. E. lt A.*. OattMmU i
1 BVx-k Norm! of R 4 Uglit sepal, A .......... Cherry'st OfficeEQtflPMENT
THE; rRIEXDr-T SHOP Th1M'8! For God'Thur.dayl Kelly priest tn ma,..; Mm ; PHOMK "I.UU
at T p m wirf be A Lena orp/ a&.
I OTW" from 9 TlW) S I'' )Oosnmtaiiion UreUn. and ail,, MMMB. : aund,. .:!. a oL''' Tropical Pontiac, TKL'CKS CAAJID7'arenrrt4Wr lust Fa-hlooabl .mnh-Curon.-AutlrortzN
Neck CARSHanks
Address For *
w' Days a 1:00: will be Uw Official Board VOTM S to 1:10:: p. m. *..eriurday. 1Ja' I Pr..Tefta4 A.Yt
Bradford County : / Used Cars Inc. ClaryVkloeT.tadaAddin. \
Only Meeting.8ctur4ay
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