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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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iaI aI Six State Prison custodial officers described a scene of wild rioting in a tog hall he was hit by Inmate--the inmate moved to another nt-tan'

Iii I'' prison mess hall and cell block, as the state began it prosecution in Circuit Williams and Benny Brooks. wing nearby and continued to :'i Ion

Court Wednesday afternoon of 13 of the 21 Negro Raiford inmates charged in | Human\ Stone said threw a dot dal 1

the .May 27 prison disturbance. !i tray at him Stone stated. that According to testimony given I Iy tanlea

circuit- judge J.- C- Adklno I at one point during the fighting Wednesday: afternoon when Iff,

Jr, i Is presidio Willie HIllman. Benny Brooks Sag 15 or 20 (feet to a concrete he was unable to stand up officer entered to quell the I I

Following the selection of a 'I and Johnny Williams thoutng floor Joiner:: alsi *.*t.-d that and craw kout| of the room. uprising they were" attacked by '. Iontea
''trays and knocking utiiall inmate Ri-har"' Devoe attempted C. T. Stems another guard several inmates swinging wo-'
fix I
which took
man Jury, ,
anj plates from the steam: '' to choke hIm.' end the last witness called by bloom handle and: mop buckets .
of Tuesday and;! about an j'I
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Wednesday a8en on. the hour I' table Another witness Rloharjrxuirer. the state Wednesday afternoon ) as weapons, !I Q-

prison ef ftces&t ratified R J. Joiner Raiford guard. also a guard: testified testified he saw Benny Another state wttneos testl- \ ;

state and told essentially the testified he saw inmate Human I that Hlllman told him. when I Brooks strive\ Sat Stork with tied' that the area inhere- the J j p- for

same Mor)'. Five claimed to''I strike Sat J. K. Stone In'' the riot started -you betterret his fists txfimt .lao mid hereceived riot occured w<*a wrecked an

have been physlcaUy assaulted the face with a tray. Joiner :( out of here before you net bedding torn apart toilets! I rid

by the rioting Negroes I said inmate Benny Brooks hurt. Dugger! said he was some minor Injuriesduilng and windows were brokrn. J I ()V.

According to testimony the slugged him with his flat and thrown to the floor by several Ute rioting. The 13 defendants are. represented N-v o.Md.
May 27 not t started at "breakfast i that inmate Carl Paschel 1 and Inmates and truck with Pour of the 'A ItJ_. Joiner -

tn the east wing colored I another prisoner he could': not I broom sticks DuKgnr, Caddel and Stone. by Pub'Us': Defend. R. .Md.u

dining hall. The witnews' identify! standing behind him. Sift, J. K Stone( testified\ testified that following the 1:1i -

testified they saw inmates I tried to throw him over a rail- that when he entered the din disturbance In the lining hall (Continued! Oil Page SUl) [ IJ


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County Publication C.tabliheJ It 1879 Has A 'Tenant9

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VOLUME EIGUTY-SEVCY' BT4.KKE FLORIDA Till'KSI!).%V NOII, IMS M'MllUt TWENTY

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I Bradford ('"unl,'. venerable treat lo Ih* 111'.1' | Ul. looking for a place. la slrrn.Ths --

Action GroupTo Board Begins City Accepts rourthnuM, haa. never lihnii .nol called. a couple uf deputy searched. flniHl-, M..

hud a rlnrk. III It. 'nwf'r- deyuti' lo I the ...-..".. lpu- rich and found only a 'pocketknife .

I but Monday. afternoon the Iv Itohrrl O. ores seated. and a small amount. of

i Sib Site Search $139,833 Bid lower had, a tenant but the Uililrr Irsillng l la the t'h.n..

briefly, lisp. d.nr, riilrrd. / Ih. rourlhsiiMi ., Ooodrlrh said h* had. .. .bn
Push For
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Wlirn rrtdl Norman .U'.I.' |irr re.1.l >ii." and around "&.rlL. shout. Ihrrctmmilha

For Courthouse On Sewerage rourthnu, caretaker' unit to shined hU rts..hllhl Into all. .and was. boarding.

link .an the. Jury room dur- the dark. rornrrs. Nothing at Ih* Nrllls Orlffl. hum

Ins hi, Honing-up rnu..". nut of Ih. way, spixirrntly.flrrrn sn fdward: I.oop. II. InhlUrn

EGA. Ute Monday. afternoon, hews then climbed on thai hs nut ;Mrs
ProjectsA Th county commission mt The SUrk C'lly (Vtm<'II no up had

Tuesday night with architectPrank reptol a bit of $ 1:11I.11\:1.:111: / :\: : for .. klartlrd lo lire a |purr into the lofty town suit (hUfI., son whlls M-rvln In

fVory of Pulatka to :' Hi. wrr.K. xti>nMUiiin In UirpnArri of male l ,It-iii ill""piriirliiiiIhruush | there plil. 0"., MII.hll.1 l the 'Army.

meeting for the purpose of forming a Community I dtsruiw plans for the new .>s and Houthg preferred rhurtr

Action organization u a vehicle for participating I county courthouse | special, meeting Tuesday night ( at the Jury rimm h* .la a paroles from New' *f "voluntary. Iulostralion"agalnst i

in' programs. under the Economic Opportunities. Act I Tentative' plan call for the 11 I Cameron Cunnlruftlon ('u. 01I ( Imdliig up| Into the' rourthoiiMi Jrrm>,. The "Irnsnl" had. no..oIrlrh> .and ('ounly -

the : new butt ttg to have biHwevii | Orlwn.to wee low W.ldir. "".1 1 lowrr.Normn. '. hn drinking rslhr heavily. Judge T. A. lawn gave.
Nov. in
will he heM 2 17.
at \Vednwday.
p. i ir 32.000 and 33000 square fret I ."|..rts lo ,begin| wink, nn the .heal a liu."y t.- and told lrrn) that. h* was him a plar. to sleep fur 3D

Stark- u__ Recreation Center on Pratt Street.An r (! .. 4.. _Ih. county Jail..
mesa 'toki the rontmllon pt >ort In u week to IK ilnyx. y

initial meeting, attendedby rf that his plstinlit. projection I Itun Iliickniiin. and Kits: ..1 I .tic a- .
some 30 community leaders though other counties wouldbe was 'for 30 sent of .
years and dlau oied U yn was held; Wednesday: welc-ome- to participate. If
with commission iprla.hers the HilL sn lrterts riXHlnnl by thsf
afternoon in.. the Garden Ke.- they M'desired" Noltn said thsttiey ; The Pressure Is On!
proposed spar. allot rrls, for I My. svkiHi.. _. Ui"t, Hi*, \'olJ"c-Il I
taursnt. at which time P. T' and Baker were very In-
Pall .
9 county offfc-* that will accept n pmllnilimry UIIH! InHH -
Nolln elected temporary terrvtrd. and had already' setup .
was
the .
occupy .
new structure. I | Him on the.rwerage/ treat, .-
chairman.At their secorn meetlnvs to 1 The onlr.tt'Wtlai of a two I I m..nt plant under. l'nnMI l rut'thin

the meeting here- Wednesday pursue the matter story building with a founds- by I llubbnnl. (',>!nnlrui. lion C*U. Starke-Lake

Le Ctoweit. a represrntatlvc Nolln wa recently employed lion adequate foe the addition I or Otlnnilo. I City i

from the State Of. by the Bradford. County' I of a third floor when morel I lulling' the firrllinlnHry InI I
Economic Opportunityand School Board to Investigate
flee of :
space U needed l. was dl..cul&MI'd I i ll|itlun would .IM llnblmr.l off

Howard gmiUa of Uv and work" up school programs - = ---.. J.,4SOMETHING -. -- and the architect pointed outthat I II I I ths hook fur 'l' Oak an area supervisor for possible under the EOA II* the design and I
layout of I
I UmiiKU, slurC the ranInut
the Agricultural Extension said that he- bersm Int-retted thiirtiir,.. amok Battle Here
) be deter.mired culls for a con.pleliun.| i Friday ;
Service. Ulnad the variou In the overall program a. NEW I
*s4> by the site selected for ,is I. of Nov 9. Itiifkniun' sill. l lItm
program that are possible to a mean of asxtitlnc. ; childrenof It. II* suvientcd. that If a two kvnsn .cold. the prolrrtwould ,
obtain.., ender the different families In the low hvroenebracket Has Been Added -
story building is ronntriuUxlall i h..". II. nnnl lniiiwtlonWwltioMiiiiy | I
titles of,.the PX A. and decided to take coint fsclllll' It 'flul > tit right MtritlktMt wlriM thU <>n.of
kept on and .>. .r..l.*.oJ In |l'I'I'I4o1Urll neu" .
They pointed out. however the Initiative In "sttlng up the tne asm* floor I Imut s week and l a half it huiN'| (|I.rir> "tlll rhanipiormhip. or u l-'lorlilu tArCIIIII'I.I'III.

that the, programs are avail! exploratory) meetings. ibis. ...11. far the flrtltlrai <.h. rsnvnll. nsl. mths4 ., (r>*or,.. tnl) the I'Omnlulon I Th. .rwprK I trnltnirntpicnl (' .**, held a tough, ilotirinlru-d Liiku! City' tt-nm Eleven Tons .
able only to unite of from 25' Mr Smith eplstne-l the In its hMorTrfjillm making rncrsvlngs.llrrrlofar the baae
prtn of the propcxwdMilldlng | was eunlrwlnl I", I fort all milky ulttht'i l
Friday jfiimiwith tho fur
Tltfi-rn
0000 40000 population various projects which could .bark .. l 1571- .n.r.,,'tn,. for '.. ail!! picture.. would b* around .' Iy CommoditiesDistributed ;
| <>\.INMI
Therefore in order for Brad. b* oblahiei throuah a Community plr...... used In Th Trl- srd In Th Telegraph. had IMOOOO M. sdd-d that !.hI. I' Itm'kmun. ant! 'llrnt' alsopues.ntnl the must, iniNirtant| trot to date for llrudford'* Tur> ,

ford County to benefit. It Action Agency and graph mrrr mad. In ."1' ..n .. b* _nl Is ..ncn..'lin figure doe* not include' such I Itms 1141(14'4.. :
would have to join with on- dld the necewtlty for plant. plant.. In Jsrkssnvlll. sj.rs- a* .laiidaraptng. and fur-' a duly of Alligator ti. Tlgvrs' ma .alell> (1..1 l to l lea... they. titmiot. run the belL .
Creek tli,. 1'liey', .
or more neighboring counties: each county to establish A new piece. sf equip.Ma. *r Orsla. l-Sl.-......". I nillhln"/ ,, 'I, lo coiiiu' U 'I arrive tier KrMiiy with rUwsburtxl Hut tough us UM 'fl.... .sr* ,
said. | that with the '."*.r'_gIrntlnirnt Over eleven tau <>rItlss 'ommc.Jlt1 :
in a multi-county anbaUon. a non-profit corporation toM '- s Islrrhlld *..nIn.. photstrsphs eaU rest The Palstka architect tokl !' I toutnl. to b., the "Tornn, .

Each county would have Jurisdiction )*>n.or projects for that psrtlular (}raYfl"-" was Inttallrd, .U..l. .b* .f a :
over its own projects. county There would weekend awed Is p......... th' mint and ptrtsivs ..1''. .,- I Wfiild require story ,| neiHlixl. now, but I hut It *, 11-7 l hy 1'iiliitkn lint. gruund ...<>-.v.r Tlialituiv + & neat l rwlpisnt by smplnyaea Of.
sp- might in for the Htark Civil ,fwf. ,, It was explained then be anther "overall in'orpnvatlon" pictures 'In thl ._..'. .b.s*. ln delayed In handling br pro.tmat4'ly ... -hal'' sere of I Ii rums handy. jirrrntnllim "Krl'Uv in I lhlr luunm, .."'I nil ,'h"'If" u very |Mitnitunning ..k, '
the e _
Inliwtrlnl
In
timing .
NoUn reported' :! that strnilaim.euigs cmmosed of Th *r.n-\- had already: been memb 7w from ("."h of th ...nl'....*.. msTM Hcsn-A.ji or a victory would and a f.nx'lous lure. Curl Itotwrt. Ilradford '

held In Clay Baker. and Onion various county onrsnlxstlons rhln dPCO'cIWeI' ts pr"dnr. permit' Ih* w.* ft ntsre .p4*. lake another. two ant orv-h.lf lh. miiMiiiuni' and ni.*.*lniiiiiiliMiiliig I leap| th. $Htark lvi
Counties' and he felt sur Mr Smith. whIV not dtrrct- ,I high quality halftone enlures and Illsalrctl. snsUrial I acres Psrklnt facilities. I ( and Inwml <>iif en from. going to the KH'..r.l I lam WillI.." .... IM.t" that a (

that on or more of them ly connected with the EOAa.mHd grsvlnc an Iighlw.l.ht and. .bw sf all s ; ssld hould planned rVmr.tr to trsthm" n* Jar, .J.I'I hags. of h*,,rM. 4U"' ""&r""f.

'would! be willing to 10 In with the i* ix iislblllty for pISBtkby. a .brsm sf-IUhl/ p........* that "........." .n I' a<<'OmffJOdate.mund 300 work on the binlKt., the The 'llgvra nr. the blggmliin lie: cantor. sod| .,"''a llforgiit rornin.al. .tHU hug of tl ,ur, ..
carsHe KM' I I 14 Ih. nf "Innl.. bus r tn* ofm .
halm II timimixl I 't off the 05 *
Bradford In a mint!-caunty nrvanlxlng/ Columbia. lUmll- ....nln. "....-. without Th....... morning' sn allll I bawd tliU figure. hU <'h I the Turmi'l" will meet | -n.. lIlt: / _iiiitr sml /Ml"vi "f
OKsnlzation. ton Lafayette ant ntiwannee' ......*.r.. I. shotsirsshy "' make. Th.......''. pspr.Keystone 10 year' JI"fJf'I'UIt" and itwn| rated i lirtreetron l>i*|>srlmiil. |prig this se*min avenging 2OA hiiiurwrliiln. ., JIu Junior' ....t."III"" l>us,.* of ""lk.W::
out that n Counties! into a multlcountvoresnlvttion 'In I.|.xn-l. .biiilKit The money rains rift l. AU- : HI.,ha'. Jun rksls'In i'ana. of' |>*inut bttttvr Nil
It wa pointed: th.nikal.. that are used thst thr etIlld.1MJ jourala[ (from 'lon< nun .
HOST billIad ,
Bradford and:! Clay went together II. mid that, 44 [ for rrfttor I iCorttlriuni Cm Puu 21 I i curling toCinuh I 1''VIllIu| | ,.*. nl. '.....111"'....". John H|<*". ., .hugs. of tic.. and 4M li I..4 f t:
purleaea.To lld I whitl. wr >'ll'"itr/hu a It would rive the ncetMary out of rt Florida" cnuntles have meet thowsld .-Ia.: '0<'0f'1r. the l,ik. 4'lly Ims I I. .as goal!.1I sod, Andy Mnyton st tntkl' r ..
a'nff.naMiat :
mmlwrs hla ,fn< >> .
population total. al- I already orcsnl d In this msnnrr lrM its rlertrd should', I a. It was .bat Year. whn tbri, M.vu, 'I Illy. .l.nitoii' Morgan by .,
'' ,1'0
to benefit from the FOA Grocery have a minimum of thic' Six To Report Tlfra iirwn| *.1 l Htarks ,11.13 aril| .lt<>g.r 1 ChllMot: lit gihirila' *>l by city enaplu'' '
.. ,:
fl t t.Iorta
I rvr'lvlng. w lfnro'
Fall Bazaar program. ....... The srrhMert urged the, For InductionIn for their Ion. defeat soul sal. r ami to other nwMiywrMsis
Smith said the need for the ... .... .
tmmltnn to plat as much their il-'fniM U lmuih .r ".Iy M iMlrsi>n al coat

Nov. IN procrsnw In Bra'ford County i a< piMsible to meet future! Armed Force | "Yu can lake th..t I'ulslkaa lay* f..r..| big tough nun .twfur having kiw Ini" '
Thun- |
Is .shown by cerunm rermrts for needs well. and. thnnv It out I Hi. .., ln/tvrr' The ftfoiUrtuff are "wL'"
a as the! 'I
9 A.M. to 5 r..M.. 100 which Indtcste. that :177nr Daylight RobberyThe otK lie printed< county'acurrent l rut A quota> of 14 man> was tailed : wln l..w." ll'lf.' .* ...y.. '.Torona- MtMly| ",.,. 1'rewfurd.f IA.anlor \. by the trilled' rUj.ta lrp.'tenent

Stark rent of the fsmlllrs here I how Inadequate/ the present in N'>\r i>x-t lIy HbH tlveHrrilro 'I pure the l sks City s" ,.,. unitour hiiirtxuk. b.nl-dr/vloa/ of Agrk-ultur and e

'.J1 Into the low-lneom' !I'!* .. / Ikisrd No !11 but. |S lntkni /. '! ,lIt... k lmld teat. weak (.a a tr.Iqi
Woman's Club I Bed and Whit grorery moved fast and smoothly and cnurttw.w. rsrlltt| arc and ,, wore sgslnat > Jerry furn.ll, in. hi ,
wrel'cli of an
rtianllOOOl. bracket It Is this nrnd by W A Acalri In Kryt described them as bring rlanIjr & how much thlne have chsnged ,'I Usmplrr only II non ..una alwo-liitrly' lust t hang anM, arxl *.jH'rl..rw'.1| qntrUiUuk niimrwr nlper I

Luncheon Served "TM.n that mould benefit moot HrtehU ..as lobbed ben dreasrd In sport clothes and slew UK present courthoti .,kbe: u> ta called fur In- I I Th* Torna" >'lnm ik>*n'l I'nUt-. ,, .. Ual.. .ll...11. 1 Vail a* lei current uf retail fund gomU.price:. pee..Mgaote.l .

12 Noon to 2 I'.M. ..'mm the EOA programs he M i I'. ,/. and one p m .is.klrig good EncHsti.MIHVTII. ws< pf.nl\l'd.n
$1.50 aid W iwsiUycordnis I i will tnt for I IndurtkniMotHlsy. .Th l team with the Iw..t | .III. the b. rklW' >'kl litrnJI. .U lhriMn I | manager :

XmeUI"art( *, After onranl. nc tent Wedwwtay A<- > to reports three, ROOCfTr.a "' / (len,,. ftotot>rts. rommlMUwirhalrmsn N... IIn.! .., are mlstsk will WI.,. I think It'UI| to kek| for in tough. )'.tr'l.l .heal gnirry r..I.hnt.the re.receive iplnntJan l ln -.
.
the first step would boo DIE NOW ''i' Albert. J AlKir***, Jens OHtsdkpy iulvel, I age sitostlunsll.il rmmty
ANt: arreed
entered the with the d.f* "
VXT mn grnreryshortly be s law snoring ":. :
Baked Crnod; *. aft1illl' 'o spoly to the FVr .I| ovmmmt rxi ard U Joan. the Tornatlo spproslniat total if f 13
after noon Two of thethrv I arrhKrt bad plannlnir" forth .hall gam."' Hurts ...... lM4krtld |I.
for a A bouctrr shot U due' at I, In f'sil l Itama for .n<'h lwi < mIn r.
prMramplanning .. $hcpsrdTlomsea
Julius Tjrr
NOW IOU men walked to the! task future n-A of the r )ianty Unit j i |Lake (:ltr| hy virtue, ..f IMI Jual as feat aixl 1 Ju t s.. lough.JiHlglng r,
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grant the this lime for all relvlrrg *- familyAfrifrdina
speaker mid prrsons A. Al-
III anal! Isaac .
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of the store where they dls- I and sutonu" that h. lend I .. by the alatUllr. In. -
nouu.SEASOS This would enable dlm-tof series of Typhoid I I hot. to ...tll.. U slr .o .titdy the vsrtoiH\ a phases n' .arUd the three store clerkal| vaccine a following Hurricane snd ars boo oMslrwd>> now to I brvThe uf Id. runnwig. fur th* stats I pant. acorsil ,and yariU gained, | com"o.tlU, .a will. be thuf(' 1'but.t : ':
by aokhwi qMstton about 4 srmmnwKtet* ntrh fiilur : fire wttiT mArmriurt : \ tit The 'f....,. run a a/a/ man
(Quarterback Club "?\e FDA and Implement.. \ t'W'OIfTaftLI ears. rnrrr'h.rxll""* T"tthird i f>vs last f.II j ,reds s. far.. they ran brTht are Mlkel C'1 I IJPnlll". .. .neke. T..rnaiVia|pr'.ura m"la.l off bear tlumThe up| I lln* wMh two kneharker.. srul 1 *.1 l .again on Nov. :2i. 21: and I III.
.. will be avail .
th.t. shota
spplk-sbl !<**cro ram il' *d in Uv* front Booster pr o1.1.d. James A Wanton. Khan,..." K I ... the trvmn.kioa Inrvs nun l.p They. will" or 1'
n.l r '
Fi.h Fry 'tote rear the add reenter. .hfh I .ol* at th* Health rMparunent rommlMlon' s.rM d std : IaadlwJta' Thrgnae Yletmr(1asklns. lI'f..1 l Mol Ie"j.. I I .... 'lt run..s /ft.I to on. .UI.*.
a
.nn"t t
they !:
tt s emphasized! that ,.,.- on Wednesdays ,tram I to I i:
Jr. and JIM-tt Arnold of the nkl .soil
brine operated by a ft-J la In*
was .
wntsUvm / I to 4 30 .-omrvI t "Inofcln for scan. Hot hake Oty ns4 sij I j
Fridayov.. 12 from every civic .tore II 39 a m. and : p. Club
I Quarterback
Bifl, Sr.ea; I Prnra fkMklns ant Pr'tall >Hhr by ilropiMng mn ..t lruftwn E
owner
flv* acre site mtilrh. would .1. ;2v Minis. t In bv
-utolic$ reltalous. ant profestonal m. and Friday afternoons i | kwe.nly ( I l
Starling at 5 P.M.At After dtnractlng 1 Hcalr' at- ... .. however. ..,. brine pro- .. ..... bark m wns mttlm.Cwun .
I ortanizaUon from earr from t Ito4343p m low 1IfII''' for *.qenoolnr0. ,, i : ..i.,*.1 l >.Chat tnmm .11 '" Plans Fish Fry .'
Football Field '*'n())n. the Negro qjUkly rMwJ to .loin. UMP NsiUMMl. 0..1| Ifura* end .
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own and rnmmunJty in the ireached I A. Y C'oYln.&on. M D. Director was Iuoct. to prepare> [ .;r-n ("co". Mpelnirs, ran the
.\dul''. .11,011 hU .hand Into tie hoard and Ujudhnlta the Air j i I.an. f%_ h Tony Crlfnin( pleat A flan fry 'I "' =
I wtwntalle drawing of the propod ,. but, | .psinMr(
otmty shoulj attend the '' Bradford' Count (>*mng Ilk I"" beck
Se -asri ctza.and rrm x,uf between TorreMrs I [I to a. with. U.. eon knoephay
Student ? bulMtng on three four t Ihs Cu! > 'I) -
-nOng In the RrraUon If.slth Dept went ilnwn *>$. ant I I'lolkoI qtMrtrrwrk *
179 an] 1100 In tentnllar I lMmpir lokI 27 mm I. I ( ...." .ha>l for lei ....t -
and five arr 1 lota for ,
4rnt.r pert Wednesday Rr Plr- i I 11 point. .but Kriday the Tt- I hold rrUbty. starting u i r
Mils were' ordered tn ) irt fear eight gams Ths Torns'b of.
.natlvew from the Count' | TI nitrrAT %"nOT of rompsri ant *iCommKaion .1..1nII rrj .h...v. lMMln ... Augus' r.;:
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g.r at lei football m 1
rtak Spare Contributed Th three, Nrra: fled th* tnerr. dla- armed fares prty-k-al ....mInsllons j I i fsnas M ->vr4glng' around 3o
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"Vmmisvlnn." flchool Board 1 1 R- IAINiE .. ft It Msdls, 11-0. Ilnsnnp.
', Publicize Tone m foci hilt K Is. .bHievedrhy t- with borer I b on November aril U. 1 i ,."ona. par game and the cl*. charge will be II f."' .d.1>.,",. c:
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Weekly irH the City Connclls: of Met UM'I | Knny WM .....>*".** 150.end .
had a car larked neartrvV A Turkey Bhoot" will beheld I'Ibillty of cortntrurttruT a were pm''-f al Ui. armed" ,, rAM t* giving" up> shoat Ih.I and 7ft rent for .' ..I.!.' ... Ir
Events'
Community by nurtk-lpallty In the ",
'111J1'W11IJ'' urged to county attend art < dr. JV-.. a:a and hia three st the rnr. latt *a<-hHsturdsy ment fallout shelter. In the rn.1 I force s ismlnlng station at ;, 04-nU II Ii j I,I for ....... f 411". CMy la am. Prnr.willbeu..4'. .> F'''mti., b"banquets

The' nployem thr- sere two our starting at m building Th arrhit** toW |i lake.heel.* the Ttgrs '.* IKK un..., JO palate )>.r 1 gars" =
Community U. lei athruoeyu
'il w" abo'utly: I n>rx.sry u a.er. In the srtwry; at the PYords win go to the Hat n>*..t....s that th* ronsUurtlnnt I the It Naval Air Htstlon st pr''| primanly. on their run our It..". all' <_* are- each town tn the countICuntinued t j IJ..It.w".l1lr dr later in the ar,<*. n. =
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Mr and Mrs. Earl Jeffords I
., closely coordinated Title 4Emp.loyment
and Mrs Louise Jeffords of .' :.; program I '' and
//h : :'J. with welfare agencies.( ) Investment incentives; to III
High Springs were visiting Mr. I ''
stet in the
Special Programs establishment-
I Title 3 Pre
and': Mrs. George Hugglns/ and: I ,, I II
family Sunday. to CcmSat Poverty. In Rural eervation. and trertjthenin J
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of email business
.V/ concerns, !
';(: Areas.
Those from out-of-town
:' z and: to improve the manorial!
attending the Methodist ,+ I lal! Authority to make loans 1 skills of those employed: 1

GLADYS MOOTY Homecoming Sunday were: up f3 $2.500 (115 years) to low I II j I Title 5 WoikExoerlenflPrograms !

I Rev. and Mrs. Jctin' J. Rooksof iii9 ,""" Income families where such a ,to
: I : expand opportunitles
Phone 964-0651
.. Lakeland. Rev. nivj' Ml'S.T. $-1 lean offsrs reasonbJ I P sslbtHty i for conjBtrucUvv' -!

G. Mitchell and family of effecting a rs.nnnsn': I II experience std other nerved work

..JJr II O Bollinger was In Mrs E. C. Dukes of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Benny Brab I Increase: In the family Insame.: training: for persons who !

JIuIlywood irom, Thursday' to and Mrs. Curtis Kdwartis; of ham, Robert R. Brabham 'I' IbJ) A-ilstanne for mtg-ant. unable to'support' or care are fo

Satuiduy attending the State Jacksonville' were in Beaufort Mrs. E. M. Rooks of Gain s- awl other seasen: 'Uy em lover'! themselves or their famU! .:
:
Cltliopiactlc convention. S. C. lust Monday to vllle; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle nKrlrutural: workers and theirIn'iid Title Administration s
anj!
,Mrs. Loyree Coooinioe is In Thursday visiting' Mr. and Buck. Mrs. E. C. Gairett. Mrs rmllle: s liaus ng Coordination. :

Pompano Beach this week attending Mrs. Ray Brookins Charlotte Miller Mr. and I ranlt-tian, eau'attnn, end 'a1'

the Mobile Homes Mr. and Mis. Malcolm Mc- Mrs. Charles Fields.; Mr an I I'.'

Manufacturers) show. Innis Ji. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James O. Sewell. Mrs ; ,

.Stan Sewell celebrated his I Jimmy Hobbs of St. Petersburg Annie RUhardc:! Norman an I H
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tcuth birthday Friday night / will attend the Tulane- Mr. and Mrs. C. Haynes Sr eY,
His CLASS JUST
with a hamburger supper Florida football game. of Jacksonville.: Rev. and t I VOTR.P HIM

laid::" : theatre party for six boy A1C, and Mrs John M. Mrs. Luis diaz da Alee of THE:: MAN MOST

len'js' Miller and children left Fit- Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. Jim L1KE1AT TO AJCC CI>.
'Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Kramer day for Wichita Falls, Texas. my Rowe of SanfoiM; Rev

and daughter of Fort Lauacidale where Mi' Miller will attend and Mrs T. A: thur Mosley I

were weekend guests the Jet Helicopter Maintenance of Bradenton; Betsy Mathews I .

of Dr and: Mrs. A. J. School at SheppniU; Air of Brenau Academy, Gain I p ,
Barl'Y'1
"Mr and Mrs. Force Base until Mart)). ssvllle, Oa.; Mr. and Mrs. L I L..

:vaiest and Mr. and MI's.1 Rev. W. A. Hoau attendedthe T. I/sler of Ocala; Jack Halle':

ftJchard, Murry of Jarksonvllle I Florida Baptist conven and family of Miami; Mi '

were Sunday guests. of Won In l-'oit Lauderdale and Mrs Leon Shim of St /

tyr?. and Mis. Tate Alvarez. through Thursday Augustine; Or. and Mrs H I
Mrs. Maurice Wingate attended B. McLendon and Mr. and a .
4
a Idge-lunolieon: ut Mrs. Charles Meister and

I the home of Mrs. Anthony sons of Orlando: Mr. and

Robukowskl: In Jacksonville Mrs. Eugene Williams of ..

last Wednesday. Brunswick, Oa. hLearninq
HEREIS" Mrs. Paul Shupe of Eau L. A. Peacock and daughterof

I I Gallle spent the weekend Miami were last Wednesday :" About NewspapersTwenty < WHATb! He GOT

with her mother Mrs. R. F. overnight guests of Mrs. Hen- THAT WEI4AvCl4'T

I| Demor eat.Father rietta Hunt and Mrs. C. D.'' student.. of Mr*. llimnle Mhi-klon'! 7th action. This |plates. WWI taken with a Polaroid. dTG ?

Thomas Kelly Mrs. Williams. Gnule. English/ unil Mortal StiiillrM' Han .are r'anera. and l the enlarged. engraving mod. on

Joe Olssy, Mrs. Donald Wig Mrs. Irene Johns of Green |>l<'tiirfl tilth their triu'her In front of The Trltlm Srun-A-firavrr all within 13 minute
'gins Mrs. Francis Menfr, and Cove Springs spent the week-
fgrupli/ office Monthly: a* they kegitn. n tour of Formerly. It required twit or three. days from
'.) Mrs. Gladys Welion:! attended end with Mrs. L. D. Green
: the St. Augustine Deanery Mrs. Marie McDavld and son the liewn.ii|: [ er plunt. The wait the first |photograph l | to liii" |>leteil engraving'

meeting at the Holiday Inn of Gainesville were visiting group to nee the (inper'K new Hrnn-A-flruvrr In

in Gainesville last Wednesday her mother, Mrs. T. D. Dyalon

THEaAMAN Saturday. Mrs. S. E. Keyes and chil- SKt. and Mrs. Blair Phares! at the fire station to man It. J .:

Mrs W E Middleton spent Mr and Mrs. Robert Tannerof dren of Jacksonville visited of Jacksonville were last Friday -| Buford said that If the are I Action Group

the weekend with Mr. and Baldwin visited Mrs. J. H. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. ovel'l1hfhtJuests/ of Mrs. I department has the telephone,

Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr. In Jack- Fields Sunday afternoon. S. Bapp'! and family Thursday. Henry O'Hara I system and one employee t,'

sonville. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wentllng Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Red- Mrs. W A. Stern and: Mis'' it that the station would never : Pushes EOA

I Mrs. W. H. Hart and Mrs. of Palmyra. Pa. are visiting dish and Mr. and Mrs. Fred I Louise Stern attended the be ,by itself.' Under the present .

Edith Christiansen of Starke their son-in-law anj daughter. JlI1I lop visited Rev Alton I Peter Nero piano concert at setupwhen the men g
Miss L. W Strickland of Wildwood Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oraudon. Dobbs/ In St Luke's Hospital the Civic Auiltorum last Frl- lout to a fire there Is no one !Continued( From Page One I A SAVINGS ACCOUNT

:TO CALL FOR THE BEST Mrs. Ella Moody of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bailey Tuesday evening day night. there to answer the telephone. AT AN INSURED

Green Cove Springs; and Mrs. of Tampa and Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Haynes> of Fltzlfel'i1ld.Oa Mr. and: Mrs. B. H. Spears; the chief said. rpnresente'1." NoUn said. SAVINGS' AND

BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE Pearl Colson of Brooker, all Fred Bailey of Marlanna and was was a Sunday guestof and daughter. Jean were In The telephone alarm system The various titles under the L.Ot "N ASSOCIATION.Vlnless .

sisters, spent the weekend their children wen weekend Mrs Bertha Pea'-re, and:! attended Lt'eqburJ! Sunday visiting Mr would allow the fire depart EOA are:

MERRITT H.WILLIAMS with their brother-in-law and guests of Mr. and Mrs Phillip : the Methodist Homecoming and Mrs. lucky Norris: ment to call all volunteer firemen .- Title 1Youth Prwann.

sister Mr. and;! Mrs Clarence] Cronkhlte. Mr. ani Mrs Rurjrt Zelg'ei; at once, 'thereby ellmlrmt lal The Job Carps.: Urban

\ Beasley In Galn<:!svllIe. Jim Ritch, J. R. Chasteen, Mrs. Betty Baldwin of of OalnesviPe were Sunjoi: tog the need for the fire whin and rural residential centers

Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Bobby Turner were In Starke. Mrs. Betty Moody of visitors of Mr and Mrs. J. D tl" In the dnytlmeB agencies!!

: 117 N. Walnut St. visited 8'S' ?t. Jerry Lawson In Houston. Texas the first of Lnwtey sad 1 Edjvas-rl: Ifut'on di-lffls and Mrs. Rhoda Dam- n ford explained that the fcl Work-Stuly Program

Starke, Fla. Orlando Sunday the week on business.Dr. of Orandln arc patients In pier.Miss alarm system would be useless to stimulate: ant promote th

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green and Mrs. A. J. Barry Doctor's Itoppltal CalTle Morrison: ant In the daytime, ", becausi rurt-tlms employment of atu

Phone 961.5391 and Misses Lois and Nell HoiHnKsworth move-d into their new homeon Mr. ant Mrs W. F Herlong Mrs. Alice Hall of Orange volunteer' firemen would not dents In Institution of hlghe-

P S2IO1O of Atlanta. Ga. Bessent Road this week. of Starke and Mr and Mrs. Park were Wednesday visitors I be at their telephones. They '''''nlnft whare from: low-In

were last Friday luncheon Steve Denmark Jr. of Gor- Roy Layfleld of Lake Harbor of Mr. and Mrs L. F. Smith would be at work und scattered come families' and are In nee

'Q) STATE FARM guests of Dr and Mrs. O. L don Military College Barnes- spent' the pact two weeks touring Sheriff and Mis P. D. Rd-: all over town."" Cost of the. of the earnings from such' ems

Home Inturane Otftc. CempaniM>i Bloomlngton Illinois Haynes Jr. I vllle. On., and Mr. and Mrs. the Northeastern"' states dish and. Mr. and: Mrs J. S alarm. system is $/0 a month I nloyment to pursue:: eo-irs! o' you're born rich, It's mighty hardto
tturtv at such lnt'tutl-
Williams of Brunswick. Rar-
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Eugene and visiting relatives I attenIM the Strlrklare on a rental basis
.. ,I Oa were weekend visitors of Mrs B A. Pope Jr. of Nor- family reunion. In Ruskin or Buford said that with the, Title 2 Urban and Rural! succeed unless you save.

Mr and Mrs. S. O. Denmark. folk. Va. Is vl.iltlnw her mother Sunday and also visited Mr alarm system snd anothermun ,I Community Action Pronrams. . AT FIRST FEIJEKA11 OF STARKE!

Mr. Denmark and son Steve 'Mrs. A. Z: 'Adklns. for a "n-f Mrs. Otis Morgan while I ho would be able to set lal) General Community Ac- CHECK THESE
FEATURES
and Ken Thomas attended the week. there tion Programs: to nrovldej :
S LADE'SHEATING shifts for his men. "I have a
Florida-Georgia game on Saturday Mrs Effle Johns had as couple of men who're not ma. stimulation ant Incentive for Higher Earnings Home Loan Our Specialty J

guests last Filday. Mrs Randolph kina/ living wage. I'd like to urban and rural communitiesto .:...Honest, Management Hospitable ServiceIt
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Futrh Crosby and, Mrs. Henry City Accepts hope to get them some extra mobilize their resources to
and Joe Slstrunk spent the Carter or Maxvllle sometime" srrnbat poverty Does Make A Difference Where You Save!
money the chief
I weekend In Tallahassee with Mrs. J. D. Doyle! underwentoral I <1'1101.I : Ibl. Adult Basic Education: Savings In Hy The 22nd Earn From The First!

I Mr oni-'j!! Mrs. Met rill Futch surgery In Jacksonvilletwo Sewerage Bid | Councilman Ruby Johns sug- to Initials programs of instruction
and family and attending! \ ?: rtiiys lust week for Individuals 18
i gested that before the budgetIs WE: PAY THE
I, ) INTANGIBLE TAX ON YOUR
I PSU Homecoming festivities. Local admittances to Hartford years of age or older whose:
completed the council
Mrs T. H. Slade was visiting County Hnsnltnl this (Continued From Page One I Ifrrwri should, meet with all members depart -- Inability to read and:! write the SAVINGS ACCOUNT.

'Mr ani Mrs. Michael O'Bilen w..k )IncludeMrs: MinnieWeisner I I B-vgll'S Ian NaifI' constitutes a
men t heads and
:in iinked-for ] make n
In Winchester Va. over th< amount or 'uVtuntlat Impairment of
of Will 0: John Re1rtlsh. !1
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SPECIAL .11111 for study of the salary seal, and
Mr. Slad acquisition ut proprtl I their ability to get or retain-
weekend and joined ? Mrs ElslNoiTnin.. and ,
-i. I try to pay employees according I Federal Saving: and
1111'' Minneapolis Minn., who Rivmond Snarl of lawtey.M'S : employment commensurate
In to their work.
I I was attending the L. P. Oa\ Mottle SOVf'1hInri/ Mrs leaving the ll.ooo the I with thrlr real ability,, LOAN ASSOCIATION
I
muni'II' i She said she doesn't
wtlil' believe
that .
: convention. They plan to return Annie Johnvon of llrooker; It wonUl I'In 'Icl I Voluntary Assistance a OF STARKE
nerve "across the bonrd g
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x11 ft down raises.
Thursday payment Jn I Program for Needy Chfdrmto '
on Jney Reese" Miss Jii'lv Oi-lffls
BTU thevent that the recreation I I but when a person. works I allow Individual citizens to q Phone 96&.000& :
40,000 rU I Hal Adams Walter Dale Mrs. Lou Fnrsvtli. :Mrs. Kuln: harder
{t department" | purchased I than others, he be paw
ucMitlimnl participate personally In the
and Janet Hardy of the Uni- Jordan and Mis J"tin Qaskln j
property. This more | 218 N. Temple Ave.FOIiOW .
-- of Georgia were weekend '" of Stnike" left the War on Poverty by voluntarilyBA'litlin
versity recreation i The council voted. to ."nil .
h J. Mrs Tholnrn MeiHoMi depiirtriienfn 'budget l- |11'\ the support of onedMhfnt'd
and Mrs. and
: of Mr
PUr. nrn- I ;! gusts at $21.013. the budget to the accountantsto
E. Hardy and attended the Miss Gloria Jihns of Jack-on- I to prepare young
HEATERwith Florida-Georgia game Vicki vllle visited: Mis Carrie Hitch New roiim-llmim Jimmy :McH'io see just where they staid re'lote. age 18-31 for reTonsUbllltles l '
GAS said, | tlt'lt( ,, now YOUR LOCAL
:: Strath of Atlanta accompanied and Miss Annl Darby Thuis- 'Ie and, colnc1| I of citizen-hip: \ and In- :
i-"rreiuloii "I know we're IUT.II SCHOOL TEAM: .
I ( halrnuin Hc-eber some over ciente! their employability ..
day
: 2 Cylinders them with her to spend parents the Mr.weekend and- The executive board of the a.HMlman. went over the race I Hurst enid "lut time Wit: through education, vocational ..'IUnSO'EIBElt 12 -.
( lucked $15,112
'rt'litlord..rtm..nt' cutting enoughoff.
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and attended Stal'keVoman's Club entertained program i training superviserer sUon. '
: iof: Gas-Completely Mrs. Mjrrlll the Struth.lame with the at a "dutch treat" dinner : Hem by item I think"we're about $".0110 i' an-l health rare service lake City at Starke tUJJWll1it'lton ",

Hardys.Mr Wednesday night at the lie said Jll.fl.sa wall 'actually closer now. I'| Ibl Work Training Pro.IRma. \\ at take Butler rptiKeystone
Installed{
Garden Restaurant honoilngMrs spent t 'last' year and that Rdwards toM council members designed to provide Height at Crescent City
.. and Mrs. Carl l Sapp the services" he would re-bnlance the
offered useful work experience
Eugene nordu of Froxt- by the ; opportunities
: Kpent the weekend with Mr. proof. Florida Fedt'ratlonVomnn's rnrreatlon department have In. figures, "but don't .look for It for unemployedyoung WATCH FOR THE FIRST FEDERAL FOOTBALLS .
.r NOW and;! Mrs. John Benny Sapp in Creased back day after tomorrow. I'll
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$ Beach. \ Club state chairmanof cunnMerably.Council men and women age AT THE STARKE GAME.
$88 Daytona Chairman have to balance it item by
Mrs. Conservation of National Curl Ilurtitaske.1 1621. through state and local'''
Mrs Carolyn Rednrave. :' Item, because .
It's all
City tOIl..1up. !
ONLY Clerk ,
Resources. Merrill .:d.
Shellle Oerle, and Mr and / Mrs Bird was wards I ." = --- -
also overnlrht guest.. Wednesday how many full-time employees {
Mrs M. C Wells attended the I
$10 A MONTH5LBDE funeral of their aunt, Mrs. of Mr and Mrs W B Kdwnuta: the City of Starke has. PORTRAITS BY THE FAMOUS
Sewell. onawernt that the
Minnie Oenlck.Thursday in St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. I.lovd Anderson city t'n'phy.1:1' : full-time employees .I Board Meets $10.00 VALUE 1)J)>
last
of Boston Mass were" anti the salaries' total
Mrs. Dave Paulk entertainedat Wednesday:! overnight/ guests I8.9X( monthly, and that i/ARBERRE' STUDIOS

GAS a family birthday dinner of their brother-in-law and figure include| the .police. din I On CourthouseContinued E
Y
01111' I IPaulk's
+ party on Sunday puitment.PolUe .
'' sister Mr. and Mrs. HarryMoody.
birthday and their'I Chief Bill Roaser explained j 11 X 14

grandson Barry Recldlsh's first Among those< attending the that hU budget requent. ( From Page One I

332 W. Madison St. Phone 96J-7701 birthday, "A'j'!1 Florlda-Oeorula game at the for. the police" department- of such. a shelter would depend BUST VIGNETTE
doesn't
Oator Bowl on Saturday were I II include a raise for the .
: the site
upon partlcu-
I S O Denmark! and son, Steve; nien." He saKI that he Is sk- Kwly the PORTRAIT
upon water table! ,,
Ken Thomas. Mr and Mrs. J. Ing for the salary of an extra level In the
area of the sltoselected.
W Rltch. Dr and Mrs. H. H. man. but that the present "' !c o (400N

I Adams, Mr. and Mrs Bobby I force would\ be able' to work When asked about t the possi- ;

Turner Mr. and Mrs. Joe extra hour for the money blllty of federal 1
assistance on N
Warren Mr. and Mrs. F. W. lnntea.1.
the shelter .
I construction Gear.e
HELP WANTED Strickland. Mr and Mrs. Carl Ko *er Bald he proposed to auld he wasn't certain but L

I Sen'ell" Mr. and Mrs Bobby put the men on a regular. 40- be believed federal assistance

Taylor Mr and Mrs. J. D. hour week, and then pay them would amount to around

Seymour and son Doug.. Mr for hour worked over that. $350:! per /square foot on construction Plus
an:2: Mrs. J. E. Hardy and ThU would actually amount I
of the fallout shelter 3x Packing A: Handling
GOLDEN: OPPORTUNITY to make money in Central Florida pick- daughters. Mr and Mrs. Jim I' but to more money for the men He told members he would No App.tntm.nt Nee.nary _

Chaateen. Dr and Mrs. T O.Rltch. It would be money for extra check on the exact amount of Full Selection of poses ring the .....,

: Ing oranges and grapefruit. Experience; not necessary but applicants T H. Slade. Mrs. Cylde hours," he. said. He explained federal assistance! availableand Work Cuoront..d N. Ago Unit;
l
Sinclair :Mayor and that
Mrs. Randal the policemen
must be in good health, able to climb a ladder und willing, to Chitty. Mr. and Mrs. Dew would not be paid tlm -and.a. 1''porIe at a back later to meeting.At the commission fua Flgvn $1.C0Idre

Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Charles half, but
'
: work. Two weeks training period. Payment on a per box basis and regular wage for the conclusion of the
Sawyer Mr. and Mrs George more 0011 r.. meeting, the Palatka architect 2 DAYS ONLY -
Flynn Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. OusKopeloUlOll. Fire Chief H C. (Red) Bu-
the average wage is more than $1.50 per hour with some picker readily agreed to assist commission -
/ :Mr and Mrs. Ver- J ford asked that the council members In Inspecting MONDAY NOV. 15th AND TUESDAY NOV. 16th

: earning! $2.50 per hour. Write, call or apply in person.! non Reddish;! Mr. and Mrs. restore. the $3.63.he had asked possible building sites anJ i

Mansell Ayer Mr. and Mrs.J for to hire another man. recommended PHOTOGRAPHIC; HOURS 9 TO 12 : having I IItl
I D. Odom Jr. and sun. John: "I don't think more
committee
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my
than one site for eor),.k,e>ratlon.
OINon Silva Mr and Mrs. understands how the Are de- I I
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: Lake Wales Citrus Growers AssociationPh. George Pierre, I.tr. and Mrs. A. i DEPARTMENT
partment works, Buford _kL TUX RIGHT r<>r>l ter eST
J. Thomas. Jr. Mr and Mrs.j j lie added you. writ. .-. la aa4 llin.nda
that the telephone
: 26211 513 N. Walker. St.. Lake Wale, Florida Logan Gay Mr and Mrs. Fred alarm new will not- select r... rsurerlU ENT':.. W- Call St. SUrfce, l
system
Glenn and Mr and Mrs. ax BROOK Fountain ..... TELEt -
work unless there is someone
Ferguson.
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Ir First WMU Baptist Circles I -. ,'TTTT i I St.Meet llark'sVomen MondayThe >, HUR Legion Asks Congress To Extend -' .


1 Met This Week I I Benefits To Viet Nom Vets 'j I

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Women of 8t Mark'sEpiscopal

The Lorena Epperson Circle' ; Church held their JLNEWSSI.IIIISON
GLADYS MOOTY of the First Baptist WMU met I regular monthly meeting In response to many Inquiries | llJtheil In the charter The.

Phone 964-0651 Tuesday at the home of :\[rs.W. 0 0I Monday night at the home of Commander 3. K. Spark. { special committee) has the
B. :Mrs or Jonen-Langfonl-White Pont tank of drawing: up eug&eate"I
Alexander: with eight George Wtnkler] with 12
I : STREET: : No Brt of The American Legion | change In the Legion national -
members present. Refreshments members attending
I
DKG Chapter Little were served:! ; following Mrs. P. J. Novak president ; HVI'TIST t'lirilCll: has 'xpl>ilned. the step I constitution and in the"federal
Women I I 900 \V. :Mailkon Street the vetnraniT, organisation' la I| charter which would
the taken from presided and the devotlona ,
Hears t program/: Royal i
Program Hear School Head j taking 1.t'g.u'UnlV..trW'11I1. /: Veterans permit Vietnam servicemen
Service. was given by Mrs. Herbert Pastor: Uev Felder Llowun II
pn Scholarships IOn Education Ida Darby Circle met Tues- Ii Thomas. The secretary, !Mrs Sun of
day afternoon at the home of Y I W E. Carter announced that a. in. Morning Woihl.). it I "Keganlleiw what wordsare after their discharge_
Alpha Nu Chapter; of Delta "Modern In Mrs. S. L Peek. Sr. with the lifts James Blucksliear and a. m. Training Union 6:13: I used to iKvtcr.bn' the hoa- from service' or after the c...
Changes Edu- '
Kappa Gamma, Internationalbonor I cation" was the president Mrs. L. O. Powell,. f i Mrs. Julian !McRae" will be In p. m Evening Worship 7:30p : tilltloii in Vlrtnum; Commander ration of huatilltlea.
topic presented Spark xultl, "The American The plan.. 1 t. to distribute the'
conducting the business of Altar
society for women! educators to the Little Women'sClub session : charge duties for p Wednesday night servIces
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met at and presenting the pro- November. Mrs. Julian Mc 7:30 Legion recognlxeji that w. committee' report to all .**t.
_. 7:30: p. m. Monday night by Con- I i : p. In. A place for .
rhursday; Nov: 4, In the nie Clark principal of Brad- gram. Taking: part on the program I I Rae and Mrs R. J. Davis. all uiies. Nursery open for are war engaged" In a real shooting organizations' of the Legion by'next '

Women's Club at Lake But- ford High School. entitled "My! Church- Y delegates to the district each service. everyone wel March *o that action can
The ,.
ler. The program. "Raising Marton Oreen president Hearing and Obeying" were .. .... meeting of the Diocese! In come. legion ix (taking Con- ba voted on It at state con-' '
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Dollars for Scholars." was presided Mrs. A. A. Druden. Mi's. L. O. Jacksonville gave reports of grass to extend to Vietnam ventlon. with final action
over the business
order the direction of the meeting; Jayne Hardy gave Powell. Mrs. Cula Goran Mrs. Interesting Family ReunionAt the activities taking place! in Methodist Church veteran readjustment' benefitsainrigr achmluled for the 48th National
L. N. Paul District to the provided under Convention of The American
Research and Scholarship Pickering, Mrs. Three.
the devotional and Oerrl A. B. Howard Home the GI Bill of Klirhtii for Legion\ Aug. Zrt-Swpt. 1, IBSff.
Committee. Mooty vice president. intro- Raymond Mrs. 0..1. Oriffla, Highlight of the meetingwas Calendar for the. weekSaturday : .
World' '
I and Mrs. Peek. the War II and Koreanvet."n. In Washington. D. C. Changesin
After
,J The refreshment table adJourn- Inspirational talk
duced the speaker. The date |I An Interesting. reunion was tied In EnglanJ, while !Mr. Christian: Vocation *. he explained.In the
;jverlald with a white linen for the ment refreshments were served given by Rev. Judson Mayfield Legion' constitutioncan
November dance has II Conference 1st
held at the home Mr. and '
of
|I Howard was In service during addition National Com- ;
sloth) was centered with an to the 12 members present of St. Mary's Episcopal only be adopted by a two
been changed to Nov 20 and Methodist Church Lake
I Mrs A. B. Howard>> of Route 1.Starke. World War II. City. nianiler I* Kahn James has thirds vote
of
arrangement of pine cone plans for the Christmas Helen Masters Circle met in Church of Jacksonville. 10 a. m.Sunday. the delegate
formal '
lilies and artificial fruit. the educational building Tues- recently. t..a..t'ffkpnd, the, Howard'stan. I Mrs. Herbert Thomas appointed, a special, committee, to the annual National Convention -
Mixed arrangements of fall I on Dec. 21, were discuss day with 16 members present.In Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hodges Alvin B. Howard who is chairman of Christian Education Church School headed by Tot National Commander .
ed. Other activities 9:43: a Morning
were of St. Ivea Cornwall. England m. Worship
in training with the Army Engineers I J Atktins, ton
Cowers were used throughout the absence of the circle gave! an enlightening Wagnerof Current eligibility date for
I.1
-for Youth
planned future da te6.Membf'rs a. m. Choir
arrived October :27 for a tlxree- at pr' c-
Fort Battle
Leonard Wood. Creek Mich., to Iron
;ffi* clubhouse. leader. Mrs. J. E. Hardy the talk on Mutual Responsibilityand tire. 3 memberalvip in The American
and guests were month visit with their son-in-( p. m. Snack Supperor
Mo. came home on a weekendpave out the technical and ,
legalproblems .
I The president Mrs. Muriel meeting was conducted' by Independence' in the Legion are n* follow: World
Invited Into the gunroom law and daughter. Mr. and to MYF 6 p. m. :MYF meel-'
Norman conducted the busi- where the Mrs. T B. Harding. Mrs. Ran I see' his grandparents body of Chrllt.Artt'r logs 6:30. of extending American War t-v\prll 6. 1917 to Nov.
refreshment table : Evening
Mrs. Howard who were mar- for the first .
boss meeting and Mrs. Mona cannel out a Thanksgiving dal Chitty presented the program time in 20 year I adjournment refreshments : WOI'llhIP'1 Legion, membership eligibility 11, 1918; World War II DIKJ.T. .

pancrva led group singing.. theme. At both ends of the on "Hearing and ObeyIng were served by 7:30.Monday Olrl Scout I to the new veneration 1941., to Sept 2. 1913; ami
I ." the hostess who of war veteran! In the making.Commander Korean War- -June.,
Refreshments were served table were golden turkeysand wan assisted meetings' : Troop 609, 3'15 p. 33, 19ISO ttf
Mr members from Union in the renter was: a clear The Brownlee and Ethel Altar Society Tea Hospital Auxiliary II i In serving by Mrs. KennethOrider n. Troop sort. 4 ::30. Troop Sparks| pointedout July 27, 19O3. _

County.. crystal punch bowl filled Biggs Circles met at the Held Sunday For Plans Flowers And 111 07. &::30. Wesley Sub IIs-! "' that the Legion lit chartered With a membership In 4<-_
I church Tuesday" night with by the Oingrea of the of 24it The
An auction of gaily wrapped with, orange punch with a rlct MVP meets at First! ce a million Am.rlean
white elephants donated !\ floating orange Ice ring. Napkins Mrs. W A. Hogan and Mrs. L.. Past Presidents Fashions BenefitA Housewarming Church Lake City, 7:30: p. m. United State and that its Legion 1 1. recognised 1-,S

by members was held with i( decorated\! with autumn F Olnklna as circle chairmen. For Wednesday: Primary and membership eligibility requlrementa the world' largest veteran/-
Frank
Mrs. Adele Mitchell and Mrs. leaves further carried out the Eighteen members. were present St. Edward's Altar Society Christmas Flowers and Barkers Junior' Choir practice, 3.U.1, are specifically. etab- organisation.
Joyce Weldon serving' as fall theme After separate business" entertained' at a delightful! "tea Fashions benefit, sponsored PrAyer
auc-I On the speaker'table Meeting 7 p. in \1
'' Mr. and Mrs Barker
smeetings j the two circles in the parish hall SundaY' Frank -
{"o n.IMembers was a large cornucopia Join by the Bradford County Hospital Thursday Nov. 18-- Third:

| attending. from i J; filled with artificial fruit and M together for the" program afternoon from five o'clocH' I Auxiliary, will be heldat a were house pleasantly warming surprisedat given in Session of Study Course, 9 a.. .
on "Hearing and Obeying honoring/: all the past presidents I '
Clarke were Mrs. Norman fall foliage. 1 the Holiday Inn on Nov. their honor at their new m. Chancel Choir rehearsal. -
Urs. Mitchell. Mrs. Edna i Martha Bolllnger and Lee presented by Mrs. Russell Norman 30 at 3:30: p. m home ':30.: .
on Ralford rood Sunday
Hart. Mrs. Cleo (chairman with Mrs W The hall was decorated for Eagles: Inc. of Staike will -
Andrews. [)amy "M rve<1 a. hoootf'-' afternoon, given by their
Miss Reba Starnes. Mrs. I i A. Hogan and Mrs. Ouy Sale the occasion with arrangemania show the latest fashion for
taking part. of fall flowers. The tea on-ln-lw and daughter, Mr. FIRST ri r".snvTKKiNII.
Tommie Nolan and Mrs. Sue j Plastle Notebook S2.ZO alria. the Christmas holidays with
After the table', covered with white linen and Mrs.. Richard IMehl of ('IIt'IU'1i'
Wlnkler. tie Notebook $I.!' at theTASTEEFREEZ | program refreshments attractive young ladles' mod
were served by the was centered with an arrangement eling. Peyton Florist will PalatkaThoKe. Walton' Uraily, MlnMer
.\ Ethel Blttgs Circle. of whit gladioli from out-of-town I ..
have a lame number of ..
mums Mrs. Lester Humphriesprenlded enjoying the occasion with Sunday Sunday School,
Christmas
arrangements on -
the Barkers were the Diehl 1:41: a. n,. Moinlna Worship
Nursing Council at the punch bowl I display There, will be doOlrprl.I'A w
1\IOS.
$ and Mrs Albert M"rcer poured and refreshments' children. Mr aiv.1 Mrs Frank II a. m. Youth Fellowship d

Hears ReportsThe from a silver coffee service I Moore and soon" Mr and Mrs p. in.
TIIRU. Tickets are available at the I
L11m
y Mrs. Gladys Weldon greeted A lie Howard and datuhtef., rurn.Uy Every-Memr
Hospital office or at the
'In. Badford County Public the guests at the door and Bradford Co. Telegraph, Betty, and grandson, Mike Cniwuw. .. Report Meeting.

Health Nursing Advisory Mrs Clara Wiggins of Melrone Mrs Catherine Cluster all ofPalatka. 8:30: p. nt.Wednesday.

Council met :Monday. Nov 8, kept the guest" book: Mr. and Mrs Robert Women of
AT at the Oarden Restaurant with Mrs. Michael" Oilhnoly Introduced Starke Elementary Ciews and daughter, of Mel- I the Church Council Meeting, OuterwearCORDUROY

nine present. the pant presidents PTA Met Tuesday mae. and Ray Ridge of St 10 a. m. !Men of the Church

DRIVEINDELUXE 1 1Arlen. McKniiiht reported and the guest speaker.\ Mrs Augustine Meeting 0:30.Thursday: .

that there are 50 patient Oeonre p. Coy I.., of Jacksonville I, The Starke Elementary PTA Choir Practice. -
I '
on service at present. a pat president of the ,, met Tuesday night Nov 2, 1 In. ]Recent Births 7:3: () p. m.
Two were admitted' and two Bt Augustine Diocese' of Catholic the school cafrtorlum I FI'ldayDible( Study 7:30:

discharged.Mrs. Women Mra. Bill Eppo.; first vice- Bradford County Ifonplta 1

Claire Knight purchased Members of St William's president, .reported the Hal-' announces the following Tilts T Rtl'TI4Tt'III'IIC'11 "

material to make pullle, Altar Society of Keystone i I loween carnival had a net profit 'births: 'r.\ltlu: ; SUR-LENGTH
HamburgerFRENCH and Mrs Iva Doiwlas and Heights aim participated: on 1 I of 1303 The third grade I Mr. and Mrs Forest lion ;

Mrs L. N Pickering mill purchase this occasion 'I| children presented a program I Drawdy. Hrooker. a daughter RuiKlay Sunday 'tfc-hnol. :

material and make i iIOAndbap. Mrs.fen'et'! served aa chair. I of folk songs uitJer Mrs John- 1 Nov 4 943: am Morning Worship,, 'r1 Coats

These. things will be. man In charge of arrangements I nle Oreen and Mrs. Mike Bex- Mr .ni:! Mrs Bumuel Adro sermon "Who Haiti I !!thou hi

FRIES C used by Mrs Curie 11'her assisted by Mrs Olden 1 ton Brown, Mlrom, a son, Nov. 9 Tithe.T" (1M..... 3:10): ) It a. m,

therapeutics work.BuckleyNorman. Balm' and Mrs. Ollhooly. Refreshments were serv eel Mr. and Mrs. William Alton Youth Choir, 4:3O: ) '1m. Train..
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MILK SHAKE by the fifth and sixth grade Taylor, Italford a dauuhter. Ing Union, 0:13: : p.m. RvenlngWomhlp : ;

" 6 9 ; Altar Society mothers. fiends Sue Nov 9 aeriiion "ftnthiig. the 1
11 I A.M. TO 2 P.M.I.1IOS' neat Way" (II Cor. 10.31: 7:3Ol : 099t

Mr ant: Mrs James M St. Edward' Altar Society UDC J1eetsVith Mr. and Mm Fled Cliltty of l'm.

\ TIIRU FKI. Buckley of the State Farm will" meet' Thursday Nov. 18, I Airs. Jacksonville! announce the Monday" YWA meeting nt I .

, announce the engagement' of at '7:30: p. m. In the parish Perryman birth of a daughter on Nov. 1 10 hump of Mr*. Dorothy "'..11I nil', .
their daughter Rose Mary to hall with !Mrs.. Donald In Ikiclor'' J"* )ltal. '7 J'm.TU"AcLy. Styled wMb' real and .
OPEN 11 A.M. TO Irt I'.M. Harold Dean Norman son of gin and Mrs Francis Will-I I The W T Week chapter. Mr and Mrs. tiennle Let Junior Choir ...".. good I 'leeks.Heavy :

CI.OSEU1.1"! DAY THURSDAY Harold Norman of Starke. as honteMieriantta Uric met Wednesday' afternoon Jackson announce the birth practice. and Munhanm. meeting quilt Rn1"9.r; -
Nov 3. at the home of I Id 11 .r front. Slash !- '
of pool.h
No date ha a dauKhUr. Sandra Lee, onN'ov at the church 3 :'H) p. m. p
been *et for N.tebak. tiJtO .1 th. |: the pieatdent. Mrs. E. K 0 In Alachua lanes I Beginner MU.lo\ Activity, I'rl- ; k_vy 'tnrt coder.

the wrddlng I Telegraph.. II j! Ferryman. with Mrs B. I* Ilonpltal. OalneavllhPaterna 1 mary Choir prat-tire, ant. (OA Loden or bronM. Suea: :

I i I Peek Sr Mrs W O. Halle, granttparent are Mr and Mrs meeting, all at churl'''.' <4.10p : ,i i )61044. :

and Mr. Bertha Pearce as I W N. .Jackson Stark, and 1 I .m loltle Maui Circle meet .

Another Fine Home For co-hoateaaea maternal. grandparent' see Mr lnj at church, 7'3(1; p .in .
Designed Family Mrs. Mattle P
LivingBY Oahagan. nd Mr. Oeorg Kaufmann of F WeilnxwUy. I'raynr. Met a
acting historian In the ab- Keystone heights formerly ofStarke r F Ing, 7 p .m Church Choir jnuctire ( II, art
venue of Mrs t. O Powell, .
r gave the program after.. t the I ptn. / .
let
routine bunions meeting I

LONGCHAMPWeVelcome During. the social hour the s

hoeteiws served a salad .

. courtie to the 17 members
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i y f : Mr.prevent And Mr*. CoatsI / .

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.L and Mrs. David Coats pees
/ entertained' at a dinner party ,

last Thursday evening' In the } 14,4" 1. i A L Jr

Coat of Arm Room at the
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Holiday InnEnjoying I ,I .
the affair with

the Costa were. Mr ugh Mrs s \
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Jerome John. Mr' and Mr. ..
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John TbrwJe.' Mir and Mr .

V J Spender Mr art) Mra .

Ous Koprlouwj, Mr and! .
Mr George Roberta Jr. Mr MEN'S SWEATERSI'll"

and Mr Pepper Thomas ,
Mr and Mrs Pet Novak
and Walter Evernmeyer of ,NO MOREIRONING..EVER I (' ] C..Ite: style .is .... ...I l 0..... 8"

1 1I MiaclMlpptCAHIt WJ .*t+n w ...M.. Legs, SIM i. M. L.

I gIOllfdie.' .. ..".. .. leer .lisle. peal.
!' Saddle. ...........' .. ..1. say eat. .ttaw ... 6"
Of TIMVKM U MUM. Sow S. uVu 1

I To all of those who ..pren -

rd' that sympathy In lit) many NOW. MEN'SDRESS .
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thoiichtful way during "tr

recent bereavement, we rxUTKl" SLACKSOF .
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., ... -- 'Ir heartfelt thank Your
-.. : J;. ...... many' kindrr.xs will aUay BOYS' WARM
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.. ......-.:. ,. <: :-. .".. ,',- The family of Mr*. Jesse CORDUROY.
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Mr and Mrs. Peter J. Novak and Family To Their. New Pabluh.A every ThurarS.a VALUE 99 V COATS:

Home I on Country Club Road. J JLonpliiinip t at 13* W. Call BL PRICEDAT 5 I a wl
HUrke, fTaE 3l11f11: "

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I poetage paid . ..... N M MI! A I
1 J at Starke. FI*. .MYry .."- a z......... ..,t1 t- e with warm pile 1 Civ; *
sa1 _.. b 1_ OwtW'_ In-J I Heavy init cot
RubernpUon Rata M.It.., s-. .M ...,r 4 CIa- ,- {err a1.h poc...../".
Starke Buford Mitchell P. O. Box 238 Phone 964530JJ.CK."O In trade area: 13 M pr bdw. 0'rr r Wect ass f7 S )4.yw'a Loden or bronxL;:;;
I year. |JOO eix montn s..e.yk. .. eIe._$ Wesh '
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PAGE p nit. ....ADFOTtfl UOUNTf_TKUCOHAPftt MTAltlCP! PUU1T).._

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I I charged with forgery: J. T,
current tax assessment on Rotarians Hear POLICE REPORTThe the collision and was later apprehended Seven Cases Hart, charged with, grand larceny
Officials Map th&f/! respective' proper .les. InTAlachua. County. .

The! companies and/ Blocker Barge Canal following cases were Canady was charged with SERVICE MEN ; Heard MondayIn Friday afternoon! in court

seek to.enjOin Tax Collector Benefits ToldThe disposed of in Mayor's .CourtIastweek leaving the scene of an accident chambers Robert L. Rhoden

Timber Tax Kelly from levying 'upon their : having no driver's llcen.ie : AND WO1ICN Fall TermSeven and Frances Brooks pleaded

timber lands at the assessed many benefits to bo derived Tommy Lee!! Hen!erson 23. I and with improper backing ofa I guilty before Judge! O. L. Pat

rate. by Florida from the Starke public Intoxication, motor vehicle.Southern 1 haard by ten, to the charge of living In
Suit Defense In other action: the board Cross State Barge Canal destroying private propertyand : cases were cpin adultery. A pre-sentenc
set up a meeting 7:30: p. both economic and recreationalwere petty theft, $65 I Itotali] or Railway Judge J C. Adkins in Mon- Investigation was ordered.
I
m. Tuesday with architect described! at the Rotary 12 days in Jill. day's opening session!; of the

The Bradford County Commission Frank George of Palatka to Club Wednesday by Col. Donald L. Cochran. 30 Officials Given :; fall term of Circuit Court.

met with Tax Col- discuss plans for the new I Giles L. Evans, Jr., managerof Apcpka, failure to have vehicle Airport Tour L ? : Henry B. Belcher 30 pleaded I

lector J. R. Kelly last Thurs- courthouse. the Canal Authority of under control, dismissed: guilty to the charge of possessing CARD OF THANKSTo

day to dlscufs the defense of Appiovcd a request from Florida with headquarters in Elizabeth Dobbs.! 21, Hal- The first in a proposed series -( a moonshine still. He the Dear Hearts and
five timberland tax suits recently Tax Assessor Gene Long to Jacksonville. ford, failure to heel< stop sUn. of good-will: meetings to represented by Gainesville I
filed:! by timber Inter- purchase a new camera to Col. Evan BIIId that workon causing! an accldarvt, 30 days acquaint industrial leaders % attorney Slg'",,bee Scruggs' who( Gentle People who so gia-
and
ests against the tax collectorand replace the one stolen last the canal Is proceeding on probation. with advantages offered bv pointed out this was his ,I clously. tenderly, sympa-

State Comptroller Fred month. The camera will be schedule and that when com Jimmy U. Kersey 30. the Keystone! Airport:: was held r :liertt's first off mw and asked I I n.. ..c..IIY r--memxiPtl thank madurlna

O. Dickinson. The meeting bought out of the Tax Asses- pleted it will 'boost Florida's Starke failure .to yle'd rightof Tuesday with official* of the the court for lenlensy.: Judge I my surgery, I

was held Thursday since son office funds. economy by providing low cost way, dismissed. Southern Railway System I Adkins ordered: a prs-MJitance I I God lor you each and and pray all Ills of

Tuesday Nov. 2, was the regular Discussed the' proposed bulk transportation for indus Luke Ee-me. 62 Stark,. fail- Allen H. Douglas vice president ." ,t" .nvestUatlon. blessing: upon
DON'T PAMPER meeting date, was election $500.000 loan from the State try and recreation.The ure to yield right of way 30 in charge of Southern's -'. ., S.ruggs laid: the court thatBelchr. ;you old and new.-Rev. S. E.
the. union pliJ mt.r. I :tjpai:; 'Its.o .
for .
I ay.County. Road Department canal will provide almost days probation. Industrial Development dlvl- a
School Superintendent Hydrocarbons road from the 300 miles of new shore- Mack Line, 59. Starke. fail- ion and H. Thomas Amon, Jr. was currently employed: : on a

YOUR WIFELet Tom Casey piesent for Scout Hole bridge to Brooker. line within the state, and a- ure to yield right of way general Industrial:! ag-nt with Job in Ninth Carolina and the I

the discussion said he belle/- Deferred action on SR 16 round 30.00O more acres of found not guilty. the compiny: were given a court permitted him to returnto ,

Her Winterproofthe ed the school board( would: and asked the clerk to write surface water, the speaker Jospph: Murphy. 23. Starke tour of the Airport propertyand ( his Job there J finding; : ; out

be willing to participate In the State Road Department said. "This will make avail- driving without IIcpn e. $8.SO were que"ts at a luncheonin come of the Inrtstlgallan.; : -

Porch with the defen.se and County Attorney about surveys and deeds on able land and shoreline for and 30 days probation. Holiday Inn. Joint hosts on Other Guilty Pleas Heard '

Gene Shaw informedthe the Lincoln City and Santa countless parks, picnic and Eddie Lee Stone. 23 Starke this occasion( were the Keystone By The Court: m AUTO surrtr INC.lUMDtlH .

FLEX-0-6LASS. This. Year board that -according to Fe roads. camping areas, swimming driving without license, $6.50 City Council and the L. C Williams 15 and HAROWARB AND Sum*
Refused a request that tin and 30 days probation. Starke Fiank Kyler. 14. peaded: guilty ,
Any little lady can enclose aporrh state law. the county must beaches, ,boat trails, fishing Bradford County
county pay 90 per cent of the Jerome M. Alaktiewez 25. Chamber of Commerce J by their attorney H. H. Mc- I
or breezeway with Warp's also defend State Comptroller grounds, and game preserves, .:1
FIEX-O-CLASS. It's so easy! Fred O. Dickinson. who is 10.000 cost of installing Col. Evans added. StarkP failure to yield rightof Following the tour both Alrmll- Donalj o' Oiinesville.: to larceny Ii i

.Just cat 'with .beera'and tack named as co-defendant;! in flashing signals at the railroad "The barge canal will complete way, $0.50 and 30 days pro- Southern officials praised the 1st Class Enrique! of an automobile.: A pre-
eveP scraem.-'Makea a warm assisted crossing on the Anderson the bation. Airport facility as "a beautiful Perez, whose", wife, Elizabeth, sentence Investigation was ordered '-
the suits. Shaw, by last link of 2,46(1
unlit room.Ultraviolet. flooded'' with T. A. Yawn. will represent \! Jr. High RoRI:!'. becauseno miles of connected WHIM/ Sheperd. 47 Starke piece of property" with great is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. by Judge: Adkins ,
fcealtbfaL waterways I
rays.iwheiB need for the signals couldbe disturbing the $27.50 John Parkas of Hampton, recently against Willie In-
the children: can play all the defense. in the U.S., and will place peace. potential as a possible' site for I Charges
)whiter ]ong->-or we an an extra I The five timber Interests. seen at this time. Florida on the main street In or five days. industrial\ I development.Keystone graduated from the US. '. gram 17, a third: defendant In
!CKe-re-Toom. Genuine crystal- r Granted a request from the a I Bugenla! Gate. 45, Starke. Council Chairman Air Force. NoncommlsllionIed the case, were dropped;: by .
strategic of
area America'aiInland ,
I
clear MJOC-O-GLASS caves ap : Owens Illinois. Rayonier Fair Assoclatlor for funds to disturbing the peace and pUb- William Beam, Jr. welcomed Officer Leadership Schoolat I State Attorney: T. E. Duncan.

I.to 40%on fuel cants..lasts for Container Corp., Nelson B. meet current expenditures., said. waterways, Col Evans I lic intoxication, $55 or ten guests at the luncheon, and MadiII AFB. Tampa. Donald. L. Miller Robert L.
the cost of
fraction
yuan at B Blocker of Lake City. and The requested funds will be days. called on each for a few brief Airman Perez who wits Seward. and Max A. Welch all
The
,.1_Only 80*a sq.;yd.at yir1kucal speaker was Introduced
, : biwze. babe, dealec Oilman Paper Co.. filed, suit paid the association out of by A. J. Thomas Sr. Ethel 'Johnson Starke. disturbing remarks. trained In military manage- Ralford Inmates. pleaded guilty -
In Circuit Court here contesting money already allocated. the peace, found not Beam said It is hoped to ment and supervision. Is an to a. charge of escape.

the amount of the Granted a request from guilty. entertain leaders from differ administrative specialist at Juine Adkins sentenced each

-- Mrs. Flynn Supervisor of I Two InjuredIn Ruth D. Scott. 40 Stance ent phases of industry: at similar Mat-Dill. He is a member of of the true* to one )ear, J to( be

( Registration. to occupy the 301 Crash doing bodily harm. forfeited tours and luncheons every the Ta.<-tII"BoI Air Command served consecutively with their I .While Wr down he ra we5he

present Civil Defense office bond $102.50.Harley six weeks. "We will try to have which provide combat recon- Current terms ., w.ll leek evee
space when it is vacated by When Car SkidsTwo Walden, Starke. disturbing representatives of the aircraft iratsmnce aerial firepower They were represented: by '10 the b.aeee..w"

the Civil Defense staff. the peace, ten days in industry as our next guests," and asaaurt airlife for U. S. Public Defender R. A. ol'f'en.1
Asked County Attorney persons were Injured Jail.Edward he said. Army forces. Jr. Green asked the court for I

Gene Shaw to write the rail Saturday In an auto eras! E. Hall. 26. Jacksonville leniency because !the escape While at I) & W Auto

road companies concerned. Just south of the city limits disturbing the peace Poundage Up Electrician's Mate 2nd Class was non-violent and:! each of and MuiMers! Supply l Look
about mowing and: otherwise on U.S. 301.Released and:! public Intoxication ten George R. Kern, U.SN.' husband the men had a good, pitaonlecoid
clearing the right of way at after treatment at days in jail.Eugene On Pecan Sale of the former Margelalne Luke prior to the eeape. (Her Our Complete Lin4

various crossing In the coun- Bradford County Hospital was Fowler! 21. Douglas Last of Route 1, Starke, Is aboard Four cases weie nollled by I of I'lumbinj Supplies!

Albert T. Little Jr., 23, Gainesville Oa, disturbing; the peace and ThursdayThe the destroyer USS Forrest states attorney Duncan: Leslie -

JIWAPIL1: I ty.Decided to discontinue driver of the car. Miss public intoxication, ten days largest sale of the. cur- Royal., for operations with the W. Atwell. charged with.: 20 Ft.. Length of

welfare grocery orders be Joyce Jeanette Jacobs, 22, St. In jail. rent neaxon-12.992 pounds of Oth Fleet, in the Mediterranean I I breaking and entering:; John :,'I I 3" Plastic Pipe
cause of the current commodity Augustine, a passenger was ,
pecans was held at the Sea. One of the seven ships In I II Sands. charged\ with at-
program being ad. also treated at Bradford Coun. Hit And Run Starke Farmers Market last Destroyer Squadron 16. the F Umpt-::: escape I Gideon easel 1 '
$: ministered by the Civil Defense ty Hospital then transferred to Thursday Destroyer Squadron 16, the Barnaul Simpson; J. O. Ryan $6.00
Charges FiledIn
3 office. Alachua General Hospital The average price -- 17.13 Forrest. Royal will provide antisubmarine I charged with four counts of
Accepted the annual reports where she was admitted for Brooker Case cents warfare support utteilng worthless cheeks.I I,
a pound was down 1) 5 et auTo si, ly iscI
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of county Judge T. A. treatment of back injuries.She slightly from the preceding for fast attack carrier groups. N'at Present. Tiansferred ToAaentee
: I Yawn and Sheriff P. D. Red was reported in good con- Three charges were filed week due to two large lots of When not deployed with the DaoketJofper : 41* t IMOWNICI ST

:fish. dition Tuesday. against a Jacksonville man last year's nu's that were sold 6th Fleet, the destroyer nor- J. Chaiirey Augustus PHONE M44441301't
; : : ? Approved the bonds of According to the accident following a hit and. .
run accident through the auction. mally operates out of Maypout2nd Co\lngton. and J L Dean all I OF 5'. !)** ANt) QIPP, YJ
deputy sheriffs Robert Oreen.Mlllarj report of Investigating FHP In Brooker Saturday afternoon .
charged with non-support
Jordan. Aaron Williams. Trooper W. E. Sumberg. Little, Small lots of Van Demand Lt. John C. Stephens. Willard Kittles charged: with CAU
Robert Myrlck Frank driving north on 301 in a 1963 According to the accident and Mahans topped the market Jr.. wm of >),11'. and 'Mrs. J. C.I I aggravated; assault Lee Built M4-U4I
Bell and Thomas. Harding. Austin Healy, apparently ran report filed by FHP TrooperJ. at 21 cents. Average prices Stephens of Starke was recently i

The commission then recessed off the raliullck road and lost I M. Hollls Willie Lee Can- on other leading varieties I assigned to the 2nd Armored

the meetlnn until 7 control of his cur which skid ad y. 36. Jacksonville, drivinga were: Curtis, 2168; Mixed Division at Fort Hood I. -p.

CV1CTOR I p. m. Tuesday evening." ded sideways some 120 feet, 1834 "'Ponttac1\' tacked IntO' a 12.33;,. i Moneymakers,. 18.02; Texas. '* A nuppry' toffjfer In
Seedling. 12.23 Success That's Our Business .
struck a culvert and rolled parked 1900 Comet! belongingto ; Company C of the division's GLASS
1982: and Stewarts :24/ 5. I
Pine Seedlings over, coming to rest In an upright Pete Hodge of Brooker I 124th Maintenance Battalion
position.( about 4:49: p.m. Saturday. The Market manager Phil Cron- Lt. Stephens entered the Army elf It's (;IaM We Have It"

._- -. Going Fast, Little was charged with driving impact knocked Hodge's Comet kite said that prices on the I last July He In a IHfiO grad- CALL WHITE: or VISIT
I
,. ._, ..I"I" ----=. .. I Forester. Says too fast for conditions. some four feet sideways. Can- sale here were the highest of- uate. of Bradford High School
,
.r .:;. '" '- _.- I I : ady failed to stop following fered In the country on that I and attended St. Johns River FOU ANY" m.\ S EEI: : )

I Flft '-one million pine dole. I|I Junior College in Palatka. Before We Design Modern Store Fronts I Io.

I seedlings. three-fourths of other supplies to our enemy. No auction will be held on. entering the Army he was -
Just Mail LILt!! A I Pattern orSHEA'S'hGi
the Florida Forest Service's The organization is recruiting I hope and pray that my Thanksgiving; Day. I employed by Sperry Electronic

I' 1965-69 crop have been sold members from coast to small contribution played no Tube Division In GainesvilleHis IA

according to State ForesterI coast and sneers at burning part in creating such worth wife, the former Mary Ss
,. W. Coulter. It appears: the draft cards and carrying less and thankless creatures THE RIGHT POINT: for the Dugger. lives In Kllleen. Texas.PUctlc j A CO.
I demalnder will be sold within signs' In a picket line as "kid as those who are embarrassing way you write. Com In and '
I, the next few weeks he said. stuff" and Ineffectual. their country, the universities !- ,elect your favorite JOMTF.Il-: (NOT I INC.)
Of those seedlings orderedso and their friends IlKOOK fountain pen. TELE-
According to the dispatch I Notebook 13.30 at thrTILECiRAPII. PI. Gainesville.; Fla. Phone FK2I.153Streit's : :
i far, 47% million are slash they even plan recruiting for and families by their Irresponsible OICU"IL : : 1313 N.W.4th !

I pine. Other pine and hard the Viet Cong so that they actions.

wood species complete the can stop the war by carryingarms It Is time that our universities -- -=- U"I -

Mark,".XI ellUMMOND...>.. 009S total ordered to date. and shooting their fellow and colleges cleaned -
ltub.(av>r.llH.n.urt Although lifting of the Americans house and shipped) these poor 1-
aM sq.an.pIG...... I from the imbeciles and the professors
,
Rpedllngs' will not begin until enemy lines.If DIRECTORY TIlLAITfl
--- who them before the AREA BUSINESS
November 23. sales are con- this dispatch Is true andI urge on.
NIV glare-proof RCA Hi-LlTETuac! deliver color ta( sidered complete since the have every reason to believe nation becomes sick at Its

vivid and lifelike you'll compare It to color motion state requires cash with the It Is. considering the stomach and pictures.'Super-powerful 29,000-volt New Vista I order. fact that college students and higher education as a whole. --'- --
chassis.'ultr..n.IUn VHF and UHP tuners end Our courts also have responsibility -
Tupelo gum seedlings and some members of the I'll1N SAWS .Motorc tIeH-S ooteri I
Automatic Color Purifier combines for outstsnd- faculty and they should SFIIVICEAUT() SALES &SKUVICE; : > <
.. rform.nce.Rich'GoId.rtlhrost"FM I cottonwood cuttings are completely have shown themselves to be ___ _SALES n__ A_ _____ __n ,
sentence who
sold out; Some of the offenders burn .. -
sound. more un.America n than either & J. Saw Bicycle Shop
their draft. cards and standon
species still available arelongleaf the Russians and Chinese: Inc. Replicars I : '
Motors HONDA JoIOTOftC'l'CLlt'ICuabman
the stump to scream treason Barkley Mower Co.
-known for Its beauty It
seems to me that the time
while far better A t'...* ac_Url .
men Car
From and quality timber;. Arizona has Imported
$$349-95 come to take cognizance TRIUMPH An and red cedar-r- than they are defending their l lhscatlDSAZ.a.sppMotorcycies..Sslee
cypress of this activity am do something ; SPlAT 1t.RCtI)11: : ;. ,lIte Chain Saw
favorites of Christmas tree country on the battle front. .* SM-VW*
about It. SUNBEAMtOLVO \ A SERVICE
: '
IHIXMU4 A S -
: growers: and several species Give the agitators the full I 8CKWINN BICYCUB9
If we can spend tax payers S & Parts All Makes
I I of 'eucalyptus-s fast growing dollars rescuing sufferers punishment the. law allows ta Sales-Parts ,.. ,. Tractor Melee Lot"klm1th! < A: safe Warktil
We
tropical hardwood. and If our present laws are I 5PHUUH W. Cnlrmlly Asa
from Communist Cuba we SERV1CFasten 113 S Eo Second. .t !S.rk'e
BALES A
PRICED The seedlings are produced ought to be able to find Insufficient Congress should Mechanics : : E. BlvJ Gainesville Gainesville. 7.-T7.l
LOW Trained
LOWBOY quickly pass new ones with .. 112- I
: I from seeds and cuttings enough cash to provide all I r. Phone ST2-35
planted last spring In'' three these agitators with transportation teeth that will meet the situ ill CLEAN USED CARS Off Waldo Road PAINT & GLASS
nurseries operated by the FlorIda ation. SMt N. MAIN I
I to Viet Cong head- '
Forest Service.:' sales Is.e'Ui. I7J-4JU AUTO \' PRODUCTS
I quarters. Liddell Paint &
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reached a high pitch In late Let. all of them and their S ,. I
I September and early October professors\ go over there at JEEP THAT ALL TOUR Glass Co. I
Mot popl when approximately It million .I'I'I fftantty of 4 Wheel Drive "
OwnRCAVKrrtJBThan I our1 expense and good rid- Paul's Auto :.' PRODUCTS "".\\IZ&: rINTS I
I trees'were'' ordered during dance. Let. them learn1 first RAM13LERAm.rl4tI I TIlE BEST FrU "< GUM" Mirrors BUdln Os

: YOtierlslpl.oi? I W a four-week period.. said. hand ttow to really butcher .,nest Etxinomj ()a. We Building Tub Enrieserse lbew. ..
,, Coulter Innocent. women and childrenIn Sales aad Senrle Bur Kovr Hln4__ A..... .
Slash pine seedlings cost. villages that fall to fully TOP Inc. Carpel Wallpaper ......

$4 per thousand. Cedars.' support .Communist rule. Let. I Ridgway Motor Co. S. M.liv 37S-4J44 'renl Cen..lt.atJo..
I eucalyptus. and cuttings are a them enjoy the privilege of All Make A ';; VTt 7. FT.A Ill NW Sixteenth SIsfll3l.
little higher. Coulter. advises being chained to their ma. 11J3 I P. Maid r&rtaTrtotyjw n t vnl..r.
I those wanting to plant this chlrvt guns when the battle' CharleyE. O&JDentlJa S7I-1411 SUPPLIES
*rr c ITISI"A. f'1.TISr.Ocala
to orders
year place soon.
starts. B & G Motors Co.1ADtu.ACOLDSMOBILE .
I SOWO5TIs.n..cq altar I But before spending any Find Any Pan & Paris, Inc. Chrome

t.. a.t Ce..) money on these traitors we : oam.aY1Ue
ass sq.I..pKan. I would make It clear that. I Johns SALES: if SERVTCK Line of Plating:, Inc.Corprr .

TOO LATE once they go over to the. I PILe Selection of Used Cart 441 N. Past : : >-ru.vrFFRTItltKS: !'- NtekeL Chr-Knlom

N Wst TV I TO CLASSIFY enemy they are there to stay I about this question: Taken On C* l N. W. 13th. Rk 441
ew and long Is they In
never as I MFreezinaraln many "' '-'"'" Sspp.ee. m Buff1n

'. RCA Solid Copper Circuits By KiuMll Kay might live can they hope to. areas tore down electric I PHOVK: 37H-7S15 n' rVrtlllaer Spreaders'' ANtiqrE: ct.rviNO'
Automatic
.Tlntd! i RCA Pan-0-Pty picture tube again American enjoy citizenship the privilege, In fact of wires. leaving ten of I DODGE DMlTII : VW 8th A... sn.vrR.' BK 1"*. corpimInJmtrUl
thousands of homes without Hard (bro *
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) !: 17J-4474
design ) New Vista chassis l If they should be DODGE TRUCKS
22,500-volt ( averse According to an AP report captured 1514 NC !sol Are. OealaTMa
New Vista VHF, Solid Stats UHF tuners. from New York which appeared ahot as traitors ,and that electricity and heat for II 8a1 Parts 8enrtcrVpeodabl City Oen.et11' Pt. 454-415
In the October 26 Issue would be that.. several da)*. Was the reed U-r..
S Rich!; "Golden Throat" sound ) UKAR:
of the Tampa Time an Over the, years I have contributed damage from freezing and Poole-Gable Motors TYI'F.WRITlIiSHancock:

antldrafI1'OIP.\ known as, to scholarships. In bursting plumbing: and 119 8. B. lit Ave. O JnMTtll.PIIONR .
the May 2nd Movement Is college* ancf universities. and heating system covered by : : St-4141 Repair a Office

WeDo, Our Own Financing spearheading an effort: to If. my contribution has aided a Homeowner Policy but All NUkes EQUIPMENT

send blood to the Viet. Con*. and abetted the Ignorance .' Most FI.sIllOnabIe
Pontiac
not by a standard fi.e Insurance Tropical TRICKS f'mlth-Corona-/I ut.Sortaed(1arlelerT.tafl.
. Thee are among the all Ita- and stupidity that Is evidenced For Ladles 0.."..
WINKLER ELECTRICINC. tori who have been leading today. on tlw part of student r"Charley Inc. Dranocneter .
CO.*TS
: & StTTS
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the demonstrations against In some of our finest E. Johns WORK :'.' Adding fllrlltrww. Calculator
our government policy In institutions. of higher learning TRUCK: OMC CENTCR % tTY WEAR SAUH -SERVICE-: WfTAIA

Viet Nam. I regret my action.I Agency PONTIAC BUDGET 5AVC TIMEr ys. "' .
'231'N.'T niple Phone 9ni-0ft.11: I Not only do they want to fully reallfic that .he


send blood they pUn to *nd idiots make up only a small I'llONK: 16..001I 330: N.W. Sth AT o.ln"lrtll CJalDell.UJe CnlTermttJ. O61nHYW. N. Main St. 0.tnenOPbone

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\\By Coaches I Tornadoes Top Win 8th Straight, GameUndefeated ,

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Douglas Touted As Finest Florida StarConference BUS Tops Pirates 28.0.-




Tornado End In Many Years I PlayPalatka' .+ s

Thundering over highly touted Fernandina 28-0 .." .- .. .. ., .. .. .... .

"The finest all-iound end ;quad: the Tornadoes: ; bat 26-I\\1 football Braves Friday night Bradford High's undefeated Tornadoes f. :

n-e I've been h -re, He's vast. 7 fila ., asm wai j..si ;as handed the Starke Tornado won their eighth game in their ambitious drive for .. .. ," I
,. Ir'|: "rc'ed over last year ant !s the> or t't'" tai: 001.t a clear: title to Art place In !l. conference and state grid honors. '.. : ', .
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I his all-round: ability ha mat Paatk! last year the Florida Star Conference B'g.-! toi';h -Lake City who I _, :; I ,

|Him one of the mast: valuatl!::I ImII1 Friday. night by dealing the hanCeJ: the Tornadoes' their! than It must have been the \i: k' ., :

TJ of th9 souad1: Head: Lake City Tigers their firs only loss list season! : remains I tornadoes failed to tally agalr .. 16\1\ : < .",.... : ; .
of the : ." \. ";. ,, .. \ ,
1965
defeat 14- I .
Coach: Divld:: Hurse a3+Lgot season the biggest obstacle between In the first half although they ; \ : "" ..
.. .Iron? of''n'llve 7, on their home field L> Columbia Coach David, Hume's chargesand held the Pirates to five yard .' ,: : ','. ,'I.",. .

t.'oftk.' ... f'v\ 'm".1 O'Tt. County their goal. A tie with the gained!, they did mount on ., : ','I,1\ :. .: : {fJI< 1'o' ,
\t" _
This leave ., \ ;;; ." : ,' \ .. :;".
the Brave anj .
other c'-lve 69
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I t. "P" a' a 11 ft ,foil Tiger this Friday: would! mean, : << a yard effor'early ", :" .. ;'. I. ,. ., '1"1/" / .""
.. Timers: tied for second in p'' \ .. t e.ft't ', ..
'
,I. I 1 'Y" e 'IPve!--t: Int i place the Tornadoes wouKI I probably:. | tn the second period bu '" : : ': :. ".',
-'... the I league standings each fumbled at the :" :' ., ;. ,Ij I\. "3.l' .
Agner '
p -" 'V"I' the! te knot kcd out of contention goal. :.c. ._,: ";. _
"p" n...... I..p [,}Ine Coa t" one win and Oft@ Ions, while for the t lass A state title. | "I said you w...'. gonna have I,',,";,." ,', J, .. ".".,,t\, I ( ,',)-. ."." t: ..,"....1//", .. .. .tIf'' ,
n.-.." .. Starke still undefeated< on the tough ball and '. ;1' .' .. ,. .. oK(
| Mi-" : But !oat Friday in Fill nan-: game you ... '. .' .

pen P1', ", ..&W. P' season with eight victories. at* dina the Big Red squad' bulled I I 11\...," Hursa told his charge ,. ... '."" . ..' ,..l'. l '

*x-."-nt 'rb" r'p"-'ve L'rf M they walloped non-conference their way over a tough;: team t halftime lie added: . .,> .. ,. ,'", ,'1 ', t' I'
C "...*, To"'l" fi-'f'l' sv! w 1f4 I-ernundina Beach 28-0 Friday behind! the hard run .1 ig of "You're out there fighting r' '. ,.,' ,h,' : :{
"pp'. ..- p"V'." "' ....". of rests on top of the loud halfback Dwight! lemur and for your life!" ;: ; .: ;: ",1' ... ,,, ,, ,,t ," ;t"" .
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fir a. .t. ,n4 p.R.,," 'e'" '' N. .n three co.iTei-em.-e wins fullback ?dickey Agner and tile HI* boy. apparently believed : 't. .... _..', ,'.-d....' ,,,'' 'A' "
A ;: .
-.,... 1 -<> _? .?.. ..>1 ,' F and one more F8C game tu stiung right arm o( tUurter-| : him too; they. mounted drie. \' : .. '!IIIr.,"," ,
-'. i >)ay. .* of 47 60. and 39 t ''M'" AI''. ,'"'' ..
D "flas. ,top 4- v K HS r back Uomiid FaltolOf con r HO yards I ,,.. %> '
... .. .. .. meanwhile Palatka has two tit first ,three ,, .
time
(' th. -- '-" T +M a hard ch irglng Tornado score 1 Iles ;" ,;: '.. 'I'' ; r
.oop tilts remaining, at Live IIn.1 they had the frail In the ., ,
Bacon
P''-o football squid.h1: ,, to cannot be uvcluulvi'd when _' _.. "
'., r I Iate. ak this Friday night when tmlf. Elder) went over from '' : --"h, A
'::ate. has naNbel TM-S f- flutes the S'jl: yards piliM up :
a f"til of 374 yirds: Turf-n they battle the ceJUr-dwelhng by the To'-natloes! : while they eight yards. out with 8:21: lei T*.

lvely.. the cn of Xfr ani Mr Bull.1oga who have lost to both limited the I'irntvs to 56. In the third period; Agne, __ .

Howard: D3u tnn of nroTke Stark and H. Augustine and Team Work scored from seven yards. out ';._, 'j .,. .

has blocked three punt! thi the Ancient City Yellow Jack- Teamwork won Friday's con : on the first ploy. of the fine ., :ne

season.H I |I eta on Friday. Nov. 10. The test against FernunJIna as period and Elder added thi .

also led his tenmmat9: I Jacket haw lout to Starke much as it has any other Tur- final tally on a 12 yard sprln. ...... ,,; ..,,; '
I and Lak. City and won from with 7:02: ten In the -T '" .,,,
Femandlna natlo this game
In defense against victory sius n. according .
Live Oak for a 1.2 record in TI '. Net I'p &. "I :
four Individual the tills
last Friday with I to couches aS
tackle and three assists' I I I the loop and are "-3 on the The Big Red. unit took but End Eddie.. Dougas and linebacker ... .. .... .' I

That' no easy fret either! I, seam>n. They were klle> with 4-09: to drive 68 yard. to first. Steve Tilley set thi ..;J-t '
that oppuKln Eddie: |foUICW!< an upon' date last Friday as alter the stage for the Tornadoes' third\ '
conMderlnn dirt .
pay retciviiig up- -j-s- "" : r .. .,.
teams try to KO away from I I "We're Just bctu-r; we have I were the Live Oak Bulldogs of cuing kickoff Fullback Ag-/ touchdown Douglas put the .. .-_ ,-. .. ..-
Doinrlns end much. *' Suwannee County. carried nine rush on Pirate signal, caller
M pa a more balanced. team. As ner over from
sable It was also no easy fea with, every member of the Tornado Another outstanding game yards out. Me lugged Fernandina' Benny Alvarez and had him I j Tornado. huirbai-k. Ihtkrht filer, at left wild lht hiill. here going .It yank. for nun of" ItU two looih.lownnj be.=

In another entirely different squad Douglas has plentyof will be on tap this. Friday. Lee Oixlwln over the by the arm when.. he tried. to I galnml 164 yards hushing Ui lend hU. teninmiitnt In i. 24.0 rim aster tht I'lrule delude. ataiullng on the goad. Una. I

aspect-he was competing with confidence In the rugged! Lake City and Starke tangle goal. aa well as tha ball for purr the 4>aH. Tilley happenedto ; muting 0' Fernanillna'. pirates .Ut Friday' f.lder: I I..* ohitun. :

some very good BUS linemen c.me.nd tough. passing attack on the Bradford County turf the fast five yards But falling be standing where the misdirected .

who really scramble to get : Coach David, Hume has The game had been figured to score again In the first half, ::1 aerial came down and I the third of the night for the! .
a tow-up until last Friday the Big Ked squad had the p
those! tackle put together this! season. the Tornadoes held a flimsy Tornadoes. wa run back b> e
"I'd rather pay! tIll! line : Eddie::! nay the Tornado linesof when the Braves got through I 7-0 lead at the close of the !!I bull at their own 40. I Ithe Red 40 and that one tool! ..
There's more action anj its I about the Tiger defenses aid now second period.Tornado Sandy 8ander on caught a I a
I this year and: last are I 12 plays to joll. Falcon opens a
the Tornadoes will be. favoredto I pirate fumble In the air at .
lot tougher to play and over- : "This
I the same except!& yeYsmtrht I the drive up on a third an .
all. It'* more work." Edl* ,' be a little quleker." Bit win this game and the the Fernaadlna 30 to set up nine with a 17 yanler to Sun .
Florid Star Conference football the final! TO. Falcon kicked all ..
He' In a position to
rays. of both teamsDcugla
as a> member demon on the right .,d.. II .
know because as a sophomorehe crown. Lake City Is th.defending four extra points Ilk. a prow
1 says without a doubt: had an hour It scented t, .
started two varsity contest I everybody Is working hiro champion from 196 h hider holding for Mm. throw (the ball behind 1 super l P a.j .
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at fullback. He was n good at this' neaon' The entire 1 team I and Pala/lka won the Bn It took the Tornadoes. but protection from the fine Tut '. .

end. however, that his coaches 1 volunteer to stay after practice 1 football crown In 1063. Tbl eight plays to go the 66 yardsto nado forewall. o r

moved! him to that spot a* a' and work on specfoltie: Friday will mark the only Unu their first TD after taking Elder and Randy Jovrter all .

sophomore and: he' been a 1 and on weight, he !says, not this season that two FSC ... the opening kick-off. Falcon t Intercepted pannes for UraL 1( :

fixture there ever! since. ''n? that this did not happen games will be played the samenight threw to Sanderson for nine f i4ri t
of with Palatka at five yards for the Initial first down font.Elder
Eddie is also a member art yt.r.Bndford'a!' carried It IS big yard .
Oak and Lake City at Starke.In .. and then hit K>Wle Douglasfor
the varsity baseball squad and than-e. of going too from the Pirate 22 to Ih
lettered last r.ar..n out- all the! way this !seisan. [)ouask.j' ,- the only other games In :' 13 yards, to midfield for I 7 before Agner bulled his wo : \
vowing a conference teen the second.
fteJder.! He I Is active as a a< was .- t over,
.
member of Interact ani 1 this week. Seabreeze will travel Eider Jammed up the middle
(,oh better! than we've hid Probably the most terror' ,v .
t-rman' Club at school. before." He say lake City to the Ancient City for i for II yards- and Agner followed !I j..rr..et.of: the night howev i
Lt't-I I
It's In football that he ha a better line than last year i i game with Ute Yellow Jacketfor ,. the same course for 17 fame"from Agner In the fin, :"
the only nonconferencaction. to the Pirate t before he -IS Y, 1 .
Douglas llkei :! fervoe. but the tough! BH3 end doesn't I Inrrm more half. He broke loons trill y

Faye, titter than that offense i scared a bit by the big- : could be dragged dawn. It was. (three plle-ups to make ..

"because' It', more: fun; you ,iget i In the conference battle a' the third first down In three. no .
crushing alma
yard run
.
. to hit more," Tornado Lake City Friday the Brav. t plays.,, "The Dull' carried, it Ingle' hsndedly. 'only 'to 'hnvH e ,
Palatka and Lake City, who defense was the hero of th nlna yards to score then. ., ..
morrow night. Douglas fafeajthe called back on a cllppln.
the Tornadoes will mPf'to- victory, as center and llneback Tegh KorewaJlaA y4' .e
calmly though they I] penalty. He broke loose frog
came
.
morrow night en ) er Richie Shambley. llnebackrr tough Tornado .line kickedthe I three .
Bradford
Field are rated state j::..Y-offa and conference) Tommy Harvey, guard Pirates back for an It what was crushing,the finest tackles run to 0any ..

by Eddie. He say the Palatka title ride on the outcome.; Mike Wilson, Wayne Ants, an yard toss In three downs after Tornado back this season .

I ii tackles Billy Stsples' and Alton ) the kickoff and a short punt HfATIHTKH.. .a .
Hurley and end Uav jave them the ball at the .."., ,5.a" ..
HIM'! HI
,,, .,,,,, Crlswell all turned In superb nandina 47, Agner and Elder First Downs 2:1: ..
defensive chores. Robby Pope I lullbwkfnrt )11.....)' divided the third one evenly. Rushing IS .

made a beautiful diving catcri : \ won IM! nk-knamo "Th.ihail" The fullback hit right tackle Pat..ntr. 7 I ..

for one Brave Tt and qUltrt.r"I'' through JuM etch tar- hard for 18 yards. Elder got 1'.n.ltI. 0 0 .

back Kenny Perry ran ..... aa h* dftnotiM'rmttt. abuVf. four ysrds and then 17 more T.... (a.IrI..1 3M M I riillliwi' atk-.key %g..er lm.. left one w'mlil' -|M> liii,kler on th> ground .hrhllulhim .

other as they played far over 1 bulling through opposing tark on a sweep of right ..ndWI Rushing 211:1: II a.Ml .In aho" n iiliont.. l" llff-urut wn 'lh'*r' In .'.101...,'. 1".1'l> win o,., rVriixiMllnit..tgner ::
their heads against a he cut .bark sharply dodgingand ''
'
Tiger team led by backs e'ron"'l ..,... llrr .ho lowers and twisting. to avoid tacklers 1'.....n. lit 4g' pliknl III'| M7 yurtU. .. riwlilng.. Ida run.. right through. Hitrirulit In tide photo, : I

Crawford and Jerry ...maD.1 ......1'... through two Plralna.. Th. -plucky halfback carried I'enuhlse25 1u: II 01Yd..I'nullanl I tan ..

who each gained aa rnU< eight more yards on the next .
..... Completed. 016 0.16 .
the Brave but for the TD.
ground as team play 0
Passes Int. by :5 I
the PaJatkana Just wouldn't TtUco)'. pass Interception. ; Ylanhlra list bv I 2
i It them Mt paydlrt in th

well played game. These lot S

te<..... played a scoreless lit BOWLINGRESULTS 607 series fur the winners.
With the help of Hub Jlrakco'l
at Palatka a year ago to give
I raDU srte. ,Murrhee Insurant's
the Tigers the Championship 1. S
Conference took three points train Keystone
'landings ( gem
\: series fur e
tidf-Ons. High
eel. Ptarke. S-O; Lake City ( ())tt.::1&(" 'I. LE.1ti1'E a S
; : 1.1, Palatka. ).1 tit. the losers was 473 riled by 1
.PA : ,\ ; ; Augusttne. r
i.4oft Terwlllegar Motors remains I Wayne Henderson., i Si
'" 1-8; Uv. Oak. 0.2. ,
on. point out In front after Another thrr Standings (all I I games
r ten weeks. of bowling In the was Williams Jewelry, nppuMil,'
Stark., 8-G; Lake City, 4-1;,
i =-- ,. ralat..... $-1; SL Augsstlne ;"... Men's Commercial League.splUting by l.ltue Insurance KudulphIliitchenon
-.. with second place' hl a 010 series. '
B --' 4-3.; Live Oak. 2-o. .
.
.- -" Stark Motor Parta. Charlie for the winners, while Marla,
Remaining : f
games
-- Nov. 12 PaUtka at Live ( Johns set the pace for T rwlllegsr llaymir pared. the lei...'. with e
with R37 set.. Dub, 461, 1e
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= == 1' Drake's 63* series ( TV Service C..ntar und. Ire
Nov. 1 aPalatka at 8L Au
...I.. II- 2231 lad SMP. U)3-21a-1 mrn Traler Mai** each: look two] A.
gustine. ':'
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... pulnts. High series for TV :
; Urn Jewelry .
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\ Nov 23 Live Oak at Lake -
i .J rtlRebounding
splitting wRh fourth was Phyllis lirown's 4711. John
CHy.I ..",- .J place I
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place Camp Blending J. Clark Allen rolled, a 435: series for

,.. with a MM, led (lam. while K LA...>".
Hutcheson had a !V39 for liasad\ Hlanrllng. 1A. W. 23-13; a., C Ciass
TNH fWlkTV Jt IM.M'oi
I Murrhee, 22.11; TV, lv'/.II\\'.*
mr is !liD rim sass I
.....u tot _Tv. rt.oalus.Is ing.Faulkner's $Sinclair .led by laRu. l-i; CafHJas, lft-1:1: .11
r. KMI ot Wllhania, 17-1; Carp's. 17-11; ,
'| Burned Dyal's 68 set ((214-
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Lwl A l'.la 1 4vortrK .
To cmeuirnnsAll Agner la-ape .err a Pirate 214-226. downed Independent< IA.n. U".26'I""n% ,. '-I. : wx'

*......_. of tk. tat* .f l I tIPf........ sad l (MM for g.wi Telephone. O. WUhams led :" TUIIJ twt ... lai,. .ma_. .f. IN'W took three from OtmJewelry .. '\,. .
keretop ttfi4 ai>4 "... ..... ft* yards(. I. the T_...._ ITC with a 476 set. '
,, fli. ear claims *e *._.<. i I eighth win./ Drsw'Tie moved up from I leading the Ladlea] r 'f r' ...
...1' 'l-k lk' .r mar .>..... ...1-! 8th to 6th place with a 3-1 winover Twilight La..ua this week. ..
.,, _. -, rte ..<.!. la tfc. .ff e.. .f Ik' Joyce Bartond the winners) .. .....
_._. lardf.rd CosaIf. It was really night of hardnusod. Clay 1CI ctrte. Wiley Col- .
r teea..1 .
riorMa I.! tha -"_... .. bsll-nwul running forKklor .y led. the winners with! a 033 j with a CM aeries, while fran| '" .a

mark. Fl.r.4a .11"'. .!. ..,.*' : and Agnrr., who each set. while Tommy Lewis. rolled\ Pats was high for Oem with .
The Hard ... mik, from in. 4.'e .f tkeflrM 317. : ? .. '.
Way stored two 4u>irnwns. Kbier 426 far the Co-op. ,
Mikl""l t IklaKr I. I "
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.1..... .r 4a aa.4 meet kein rushed for 141 yards and fulltwck Stark.. Lanes doutld. their Second place Sleepy Hollow/ t $1' ., '

McUwd. Junior cage mrv. ..>.....r.o... u.. a.wmutrMmf .rtU_; .a4 ...... Male Ik* Agner for It7 th. brat win column for the season.taking took three from B O Track .. .-:: .
\aysw Jar* r...4.... ae4 n M-.fft Htop. and Oraw-TKa took 'four' l .
rebsadlag Cmr Vtntry AtkUnnei .. ..... lei a44r.M of ,.>. at......... hh. night of both barks tMs mrmon. three of four from) a !. ;.c. .
Inrtaa ef Ik* li.arlI... ...... kia. .110V07. *e WISPh..uea & Elder carriml I 2} times for Starke Jsyeeee. Jim Brumm.tt' from Reynolds insurance fur .; .
f
.. the bnpartawt
MsrA hU very .
(' vM aar.e***. <. law I II a '74 yard avenge and Agner &4wa. high for the third place .honorsCandy's .. .
Ik. "nt ttmw say _h'I' ,.,. .>.. nee. .... sod .{I <......r tIM.. SCSI. 20 tlmts for a 7' yard average.Quarterback winners While Gene Rayburn' Jolt took three I .:.; ..i! .. ., .. t""., '.,... ", .' .

at Rrmdf.rd High and. Hi em ef lew to >..rtkta J'lur14a. !I .........,.../.LICK.".: .r., PAVISi .... ...... ." I Falcon, still be- rolled 49 for the Jay*... from nrma'e Beauty Slap . ." '."... .. ... .- ,. '

lrwt.i A. t e-. 4.e..a.4. )tlC careful! with a hip bruised Team standings ((10 weeks I while Andrews Drug and 4u.gels ." ""."
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M........ .ta l... at ef palU g dews tko arm whlrh will .U.. h 4M.*.... j ,! 301 22. .. ) .' .. A.. .
split '
.r.rr: in tk PaJatka game ran the TrrwilUgar. 26-12.; SMP, 27.1) .' / .. .', c1. ., tI"F.
k.. ... .. slat. ,," :, .
kM If Mmgk ptsi.are. '. .j.
liHii ih. gray I ,
{ aed f
e ,
gr TMOMAJS a> PIKflCH ball rarely tout p.....l for M I 13; Cem. 24-13; Blandiog. 24- Neoma Nelun' had "Mgn .. < .1otI" .. ... "... "

The arm. ran k. ral e4 er .U.xifi4 ... -e mt asiy fmmmrm. I' >.(->" Tem.l. A.a. I yards He .ontf>"U(. l ejsjkt of 16; Faulkner. 2J-17, DrmwTUe I game, 2'>3. plus high senor forth e" ._ ,.. ;., .,. :; .-...... .. '. .. ..' ."" ,,.. -. i
T1M arm atmaOatM Ik.* frea r. a player wevhf haw t. pat : ork. .. ftorvaa 11 aertoki. and .hit the ",lit 12I ITC.' 16-23: Clay night, 64!, Joyce liartcm' .

a.) the bell .. real gam whrw .ppnahig ,*.,- wm .... I./ra 4t II'Itrnc 1 1I four he threw.Muet Bretrte. !7Javcwa.: 1327 '' was second with a 12 game H.lflM rh IHtlgHt' Kliler' Iwwer hi. head ail .hn..m. list,. three Pirate il...frrwler*. ..

...*. a hard. gra.e> rea the ball- | 1 I ron.Menl r.r 4ved Friday {- ; rKark Imntm. 644MIXKM and fiO4 serta. Shirley M<..>re t.issrr
': UOfBLKMDAW 514 wrier This. M II- lyM of h..rot.d runmlug thai h.. Belled IM owl fullback MU'key .
night was junkie end Sandy bad a JU game and
IeI4...I. 6-3- tall led T...... rager* ta. r,ti aia4mg sad Kicirr ronct far t*. 1Ie.Nt......... who' nabbed sU Auto Supply still t atanrtlnga.: IJ..4 W. 24 rwJiliig ._... far IS.*. T.r....._ IhU _Nt. They pllu. ..l up 301 yard' ;

rartag .laat year .. a ..............*. M. ..--* g*Uag u.> Ml. war yea .n... Cisai .ta sad ( of sevea passes thrown to him holds ant pUc Id the n...-! Sleepy HoUov. 2!'>.1I. !J,.* I........... ....Jiul. |htPunU > tartA 1'1,.,_. :

away from l... sn-rhls ....* ray .. /he _eral kS'rni.iaili.lrl I for a total of 7. yards.A lay Hipit Mud Dowbtaa af-, TU. 2S-13.: ; Andrews, 17-19 e

hl..kW far Ik* ewes M..e>day aftrM. bvt. saolwt year faiseite [ETZRBROO L...wa ter losing thr** out of fay;I B .A f3. 11.11. Gem 16-20.: ...

; __ th. b..5 r.bnaa.e.a lk. BUM .**-t mtto., ..* twin eaitt [ ,....... gas TIX iYslrgts Letting duwn after their Initial ,, points I* ea,."'.. Bill. ......U! Nog.rs, l4i.3l t1 Reynuhls. 2-24 4-113 Ferrwta 0) O O 0 O. ant' 7 y.U. Elder. :3. tans of ..

.1 .... a eVaae* ItanarhiM .-.. doe, which oked from:, roiled a US aortas for Carp's. .. ....21.t C4IIad-.. 14-27; Krmas. Mroe by ...........: TouvhdfnrrM: A sal 12: yds. EP: Falcon 4. :

I 4i o UM sd.lwr as if it was easier 'I while JB.. BruaunU had a1 11-2): I Bradford; 7 0 7 II 2* Uradford.; Agnr :2. run of kicks. :

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Guards Tell ADOPTIONllesley -
DMnmr' T.vn.-h unit
Kevin '.eo I.vm-li Mln""iM
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To CAKIUIM.) / 'LYNCH"
Of Rioting 4'H' N 1':. Ten h Htn.it' -
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[Continued From Page One} t 'Clifton:: ISuKen llrirflu. him riled
l i>.>Lltlon 'in tl... iilinvntvl'd' (
A. Orn and his aysactatcs: tntirt for the IK!" pit' ,in Hi, t *itilnor .-'
C n Chaw nn3: Jimes PIt I'e: i'.lill'l. iini-il, I UM I I,., <-n't mi'nil ( ) (t)
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( Tli tate Is if-; 'seated b>' vhi I thf HHni' Hh...HI',d i II.. ii' Iu'. \\16StroC1\\\
SI i ""te's attsrney: :: T. E Duncan / irrHntcil by HerxlitK H u-.uiv.. ,,\
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et> hilstant* Ma.-k Futch K "
(upon Oeoica II. Plurie, P. O.
Under qu'sthmlr'j: by a.: <-er Q p? >v.. i .. ..J. .1 ... .i .. .. ,
some witness, admit' 'd tIi'y torn C) fur. petlllnnei.I I Hint. l I.y fll I Ian
could not say what e-u-h: of th >' ,,"-'"''n'' "i-' .. .r with I

13 -'ett ndants was d >I.nll durtny : the. .. Clerk. ...of" ..said. Court... ;..othoru '".. "-I
the riot. The witnesses .
uK"lnnt you /grantIng aid adap
could point out\ at", but thy

were not sure about: the a Uon'ot __ .... tionWITNKSH: toy hilinl. Mini 81'11'I Inf
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a .Dalit l cmlttoCI.' / 1'1.' ', S'i"tl.Is'
the others.At toluPi.., A.Lu Bradford County Telegraph
thin 22nd day of (1.
th Opening of Tuesday's: New Officers Of Future Homemakers 1965.

session, Pierre made an el:>- ciiAHL.Ka A t Aiinr
Newly. Hcrtwl iifflierN/ of the. Kuturn Homi-miiker, ("ourt'
quent!! pIca bcfc-re'! ,the court for of Anicrlcu at Bradford High Clerk ul the riruilt

a change of venue. The plea Siliool.. are l'rc'.ld'ntnn. !SM|
was dsnlcd. Green then stated pulillr.. ri'liillunn* ; Gloria; !Mcliliiiioj, preiHiilpiit-eilwt. ; Brenda ,'...n"M.rc.tarYI; Linda 10/11 4t 11/18

that the defense was not ready: ('1'''''''', hl''M..r..rInd.. LJnila nh-kll. vlco-prtwhlrnt, of ....ltr.......

to proceed with the trial be-

c'RUse he did not know until
Tuesday morning which of the proceedings were handled by TilE RIGHT POINT for the t :i ec'&Z '

Thomas & Pierce Attorneys! way you writ*. Come In and
21 Inmates wer going' to be Court
( Approves
of Starke. I select your favorite K8TEKKICOOK : -


tried.said The: his to Public staff examIne Defender hal: the been state's also unable Brooker WaterCertificates water already Around'service signed 73: in consumers up Brooker.for the have new r I f HA PH.i fountain pcn. TELE- IQQgCL4m; ( SECDONoEIS[ RSUlTS.(


witnesses The town has levied an ad % TIII.J} iiuciir coiicr OK ;
!! prior to the trial be-
valorem tax of five\ mills this. PI.OIIII lEt K.Kiirril: Jl IHt'MI
cause. Green said. they had .IIH'II'r. IN AMI FOHiiiiAiifoiiii

been In.tructed net, to talk to year for the first time. These CWVNTYKI. 20 words. or Iei...H, .nft. insertion. M'eiiorlusls... Itt"\llutlnn.( ftf. I I..playd,. III CUwttlflnl' .. Nrrtlon
funds -will be used for opera. >HIII>.\. IM\ I'II\>fKHV.f.toii : .
any one from h''" office.State / tion and administration of the \0. I.-I..ITI. (minimum fliuricc) I.M() Per word -______n___________ .05 91.00 pen' Imh-flr..t Insertion,

attorney T. E. Duncan An tsstio of revenue certificates ,Ill ro Million of If not paid In iulvam ____ 1.25Keyed
denied that any such Instructions \ In the new water service including Clifton. I ICuicene UrlffU. L'ards amount of
to theltn"'S auditor fees for annual reportsto fur tlm adoption of7oz49 !, roiled or Mind ,ail*
e!! had $66OOO for a new water system the & Home ___ __ 1.23KiMh : (Inlmiun charge/ ) ____n ------- 2.50
been Issued by his office./ i at Brooker Housing AdministratIon (minimum ,-h.rn") ______ _
was validated and the certificate Over SO word.. : word---------03
The 13 Inmates on trial are: additional word. truer 2"-_ -- .03 per
Monday by Circuit Court
James H. Allison! j-ervlnij 20yea.rs Judge George L. Patten holders.: I S I

for assault with Intentto The certificates will be retired I FOR II. A., V. A. or ConventIonal I MUSICAL INSTRUCTION

commit rape: Benny W. by proceed)) from the /./ <-IAUA, I.'. corno.v I Problems ? HASTINGS MATTKESS I are available hi SUarke Organ Henry Fluegge-Plano.
Brooks serving five years for water service with the town's9hare I KXI-I: ''ulrlx'. of thi- "':olnl., ..1 & III'IIOI-STKKY; WORKS Ready mix : rural area lilt rate from Mrs. Fluegge. Phone 4734733for
Kred Fume, (Ine.TIK Mock house piers
bl'eaklnqand entering: Irvin t\ :., I Call The Man From: St. Palatk ', to 6 ct-nc. Paramore free trial lesson' at Villa
of the state cigarette I.MAS I'I iIL 'ij: 666STARKE 710 Lemon ment. mortar mix. 1 per :
A. Brooks serving 15 years for tax aNo pledged Aitornevi I .* at Law I i "Keystone"George Furniture Repaired, phone 969-4(111\( Plumosa Motel. Keystone
unarmed as security.No :20.-I-5! North Teniplit, AVP.Hlnrke. e | ester! shell
rotberv: Richard F E. LaRue ,. .". Fla! ttchyPURE Heights. 4tp 11,4,
ad valorem tax funds can KloildnKir Upholstered! & Refinished (travel lintels. -
Devoe serving 20 years for be used for the debt retire- in' |luiIIraitlIi on. NovoinlMT, Keystone Heights MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ) ENOR.: CO. Phone : 1
rape: Willie H'llman.' II. I limn. OIL COMPANY:

six; months!! t:, Ufa for serving arm-d ment. 11/11 ft 12/2 Consultant For All Your InnersprinffSand Starke. I two bay service station WANTEDTO

robbery: James E. Lasslter./ The town of Brooker has a I> I' Insurance Needs. Box Springs I 1S".Jt"" \ lea.se at Walnut and Mad BUY
'term leaHe with the State 01 t tT t .11 IH.K'M: f..III'I' .
serving six months ,to four long l> AMI ......1& lilt.tliroilllI BUSIfESSDIRECTORY: RC'p..tlnlCOr..t Drop Es. A Card or Call AT REHITFI) Sts. Paid training/ avail
years!, for breaking' and enterIng Department) of Agriculture for 01. VM. l-l.lllllll \. American "1.... Co. PALATK KA 5-0?? ISA..Tflt AUTO. Flit F.. Call Travis Mathis J ck-
use of the water supply from In i'a.: I Kxtntn' or Tn. Traveler Ins. Co.
; Nathaniel : 6 I'I.! 356-1331 tfchs Saw Timberand
Lindsay E.
two aerving deep wells at the Brooker John W. "I'lnholHllM., it.-r niiHiil.NO'IKH "'SI 1 473-4602 Da) DoYLE
years for uttering a -: } "10 llllllfrOHHAll I: PEGGY SMALLER INSfltANCK
forgery: Carl) T. Paschal Jules State Farmers [Market. The ..,...,11101'11 of t the vxlHtx ol. 473-4323 Nltei 209 E.: Adklna St. SINGER; AL'TOM\T1C:
R. Payn town also has an option to John' W I t'lnttolttlttr, rlHi-eUHi'fl.I Auto Fire Home Bu lnenMonthly 1
rv1nar:< four years purchase the water supply In lire hiTftiy notified I anil 'l'..iiili| I, AUTO( REPAIRS Payment 1'1'n Stark. Ailt Ul'E TO IIIVORCEi
for auto theft; Donald: RourvJ-:! ..(. to fU! .ituy flalniH, ol, ,il.. I I 1 WE BUILD by i sacrifice Sewing Ma
tree. serving' four years for the event the stain should Hell imimlH whli-h I thnv: ,may, huv.MKalnt FOR SALE-Fill: dirt. top soil. will draw plans Z g-za'ls.' makes button PulpwoodIMMEDIATELY
breaking an:! or abandon the welln.. Haiti OHtatiIn' I th<* nffife Earl's Garage BE SURE TO SEE World tractor work new and aNd I
'iu'erini" : Jimmy ..... I We build on your etc. Balance due $62 or
nf tile .
L. Thornfn' After a 20-day waiting period .j"Iy Jililtfc' olIllnil I'LL KINDS! OF'AU'lI Book before !buying any other building supplies. W. T. Ja k- .
serving six .. ..
vein I fold 1 ( iniiilv' .Klurlda, I In th.uoiiithoiin Paramore party In this area can !
tOT' the town will call for ,. M. A. Payne, Building Material and Machinery
armed r ''Jery : James ( at "HturhB' H'lorlflii. ) UF.I'\lit WORKAll Encyclopedia. son Starke & $8 per" month l pay-/
Waddell. Johnny: bld.1 on the revenue certificat within nix valffiiilar, monthHlfrom Work Guaranteed your local representative lwe I Supply. Phone 9.44001. -I 1
Williams For free home (trial. '
eervln 'I es. Bids will be check by thw ,date. nf the first tml i Pliimn Phone I tfehg ,
a life! term for 0(19-21)04) 1956. P. O. Box 803. TIMLOG Inc.
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armed! ,,
: lli.utlon nf title fl.tiu'a. Miti'h:, Credit Manager. 826 NW
robbery. the town's engineers, David) B So. Starkn : tfcha
,I'litlin" ,,i" demiiiKl I nuiHt tin writ I U'ulniit 964-n94. MARY Place. Gainesville Fla. or ,
Smith Engineering': Inc. of ,. FOR SALE Good businessand
According a court i Inir and niiiMt MIllIe I the |ilnf I
this Is the first source. Gainesville. The validation 1 or, rentd.<*nr''
fen.dents have time 13 de-! of the ,claimant and 1 intiMiIIH '-1 home on your lot. $500? I Starke. Improved!' and unlm- 2tchg :Jill, Phone 961-0%II
.
been .
tried In sworn tr> by I Ihv claliuani, P. 0
the same trial. MiUt estate in the office or the. his Ritelit." ol, his iittorney,,, 01" Gilbert S. Brown (town small monthly( payment. proved. H. V. Knight Contact I.. II. Outlaw
i...lInly t jii"I ItO of I UruiUiTil, I'nttiily : i 1will i I i IMM-IIIIIH." void,' aceorilhiKlo I II 1 Paramore Homes. 9694111. I Drawer F. City_ ttcbll L'Nl'SUAL OPPORTUNITY:
I l.'I orlde. I In t the ,'ollrlh."ou. I lntNnvniiililr\. Htaiulitrd' Oil ServIce. Station 1 Htarke tfthg I United States ant; Can ,
IN f.OI.' at Hinike., KlnrlilHwithin' nix 8. I 1II15.! ,'FOR RENT -- One Bedroom
'I'y .II UUWN f'OI ATLAS I Complete In agricultural FOR" SALE House 8 rooms..
III'r. tHln company
1tir month* from the 1 .
I"( tI) etcor /. W. IIAMII/r: with
COL'r... YlOIjI'.011 .1111111'011",. I hi' first iiuhilcHtliin' '. .of i Ihlnnnlho '' AdmlnlHtriitor, ciim, t'>Ntnmintaitnexii .. TIKKS A nATTKItlR: COINS WANTED | trailer trailer apace Close pa- ofPaints urgently requires repre-I :3:J baths with or without fur.I .
In re: I:Ntltte of lOufh: chum or ilenmnilnuiHt of the KHtiite of Job, Budget Terms Roiicl: Servtoe' I tloi. Over nteht parkin In this COuntY' Tor'I nlture. 10 acres. Phone!' 964-
Fred F. l"ll"n" ,Iprp"opd l he In wrltlnir'. iitnl 1 nuinttut \\. I I'liiholKler, **..'.""'.d.TIIO.MArt IHTY SELL TUAUK14hr. to hoppln center Westmore-! '
'fri., > I t,* t tho |p lticH or l pMlrtcnrR. and hone BCA-7071' I Service Department Ap-i, 4 91. atchg 11 18
: T" f H":"" 1'0"1 : / ti I IIKKOIOI' : Appraisal Hervlre fur 1 ''and Trailer Park: phone 9f19.
A II 'rpIktrN," ot Ihp ,.NIM,, t.. Dr Poet and ofrhiHiMl'liMH" ., of I the J, clHlninnt I I I I II I I llralti-r I 111.10Htarki' ( ; m N. Tenipla' Htarke. olil, ....In". free of rharite.KKF.OTE'S itchy <'.nt must have recent rrl- 4
Frpd /I. itniMi' I I. mwnrn to l hy your 32tl) or OflO-3031. Supplies
hpr."y 10'/11"/ ". d., ........,.. HI''' I Ii.. claliniinl' ', hlx agent, or MMiilt.rn..y Klorlda' DRUGSKeyntono { backgrounl and bell FOR SALE--One two bedroom
fib. iui .fI..d .ainI. 1'/1111',1/ to I nr I II( ulll I liei-omo !I", "pulil lent lull :Nnvi'lnl.ui. ,, HURST'S decorated All .. regarded in area home. W Madison St. Large/
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... any JJjfl "r tI.mniIi. ::. :: \ VOh'j Ili-ltht I FOR RENT--Freshly
.r. I"ey in i onlliiir t<> In,w. I INmoinliiT II, 191111.I I | lot. 12500. Also one two bedroom .
fly ?" Post Ion Is full time.
HV" uitnlnmt, 4th. lltcIS' I I.I, I .t / /a Service Station I furnUhed apartments. Also or can
K-- I| FOR SALE- 1983 Chevrolet I unfurnished house H. 8. Bur- Buy One (: handled at first along with home. OeUer Road excellent -

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I'HII.MPM. "66" Bflq-3124 tfchg Successful' applicant;: can S771 tfrhn
actual miles $99500 J. HnuUlrwrton
I F It K .K:
Goodyear Tire & liutterlem. earnings between $10O-,
I Trch FOR RENTAll: round 3
ROAD SERVICE Four, Bed ltoom Three Baths year
UO with excellent
weekly
FOR RENTUnrurnL.hed 4 Nothing else like It In this Phone 9 for advance op bedroom house on Klngslejr
IT'S ILLEGALFor SIIKKT. .; MPTAL: WORK early Lake Call Sam nberl'eStore
1 Lame Living :333: : N. '
room house. 250 N. Bay Call community nt In this area. II |
for Information tfchg
964-6174 Itchf room' air condition and central I WIlts and tell about
me
Thompson Sheet heat double carport pines IIH() .:S () ( I j jI I
Reply at one- to:
I NO. IU
FOR SALE-'usader Radiant and shrubbery/ 250 feet hart: l'rlLc.U..1 and ( .
Metal WorksAll President. Box 11 OS. Wln-
30 al'r"$8.000. Lot of room
1 heater Almost (riIuate .. I
room new. frontage All for an ex- I
Any Person Persons Types !Metal Work Lawrence, Johnson.I! rond Garden, Fla. 3tch HI 15 for roaming on this tract. Located
or to Engage in $15. Mrs. ceptlonal low price Let me )1111. ,
ESTIMATKS. FABRICATION I on paved highway, near
Rt. 2. Box 107-A or call 964- show It at your convenience Tel.-l>hone '''\ I II
ANn INSTALLATION 2323 2tchB 11 1 11 Honte. I I. Hot I : town. Septic tank already In.

Business Under A Fictitious Name lleutlnff. & Air fonil. My.t..m". A 004-8701. J Thomas. Realtor. Tel. I Brooker "' I' HIGH SCHOOL Partly fenced!, with well and

Unless Ph. 11 $-0714 Rd. 18E-Rt. 112Wides. DUE TO DIVORCE. We havea t GRADS 'II electric pump for water Pine

I repossessed, 69: Mo'el! awing FOR SALE-4 bedroom. 3 bath and cypress: trees Only $4.000.

The Name needle Dlal-O-Matlc ZlK Zag unfurnished house. Call 9 92084 |I HOUSEKEEPFR 1 1 II 5% K ulSl.t5Il: 4u-s-: NO. SIS
Is I
RegisteredRead like new. Makes Fancy Stitch after. "D m 4trh IMSIHSTKIBI'TORSIIIP To live In and Uke tchJll118'F.' .'lS 11416I 97 acres. Packed with possi-

: !:, es. Makes Buttonholes Sews year old boy I .'r<>4 H ( I.IHKf 1 blllties. 29500. Located on U
I on button, blind hems mono- S children welcome >.>.. I'5 S. ..i*....H I r"NMtlMI I S Hlway 301 tIlth 1.320 ft

This Florida Krnms. embroiders etc.!' Ouar- AMI:. tIES: PPORTl'MTY: ished. Ph. 473-3104. >r,: !>! .:H % r.,MiMiiHitiim frontage Pine and cypress
I (
Law I ,
Custom Made anteed. Assume remiilnlnw 6 Old established! company I' Keystone! Heights. I timber 20 acres. tillable. Oood

''I'II 'II.'nr payments of $6 00. Write foremost' In Its field. Is now I, ,. ,\ ... ('.\ : I If. 7-room bungalow Sturdy 2-
Florida Llvinf I
exrandliw) in Florida and offers -
Credit Mur.. Box 789 Lake story barn. 30 x 30. House U
I 1 SF." ISG :\ .\(' :; : .awI.. "' Ifn.... NIl "HI)
"It shall he ri't: More City. or phone In mornlntw or qualified/ man In this I.e..... ...- SlIuI1IOS ITIIWITH set back from traffic noise.
unlawful for any person or per nn.., *a. d.flne4 .k.i.4. *, tengage YOU nftm 4 H; nt 71\:1110:1: : 2ti 11 11 1 art'Ian exclusive contracted! Model .. ,, II I IPHI'PC'N NO. 190WELLKEPT

In business as herein defined, under a fictitious ; For Your S S $ franchise! arrangement with 1965 till S Tau: .t'.p: HOME IN NICE
herein
name an de-J voi'R RO\I TO : [ We have !seven 19 IIt.. } OF' 11-n
IlnOd. without and unk-sH wild fictitious St'C'ES4'Ino attractive employee benefit i SEC'nONAhout 4 Acre*--
nan.e shall be registered I No Salaried Com. bobbin Sewing
with the or I you have an AVON Repre- proitram. Age :!35-50 Man who In1 1\ ,\( LS: ;: (32000.: Colonial) styling and
<:Ierk of the circuit court of the missioned I These machines are !
county where the i Employee sciitatlve/ i
calling
rexulnily
principal place of busineM on you Is selected must! have goof:' car feature 9 rooms with 3 baths.
ly miaranteed .'1' .'I''T: .'M"" "..: .NI-:,
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IB. wltfc : It
?
registration shall If don't
consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af- DAD&imADLARSENI.IKK) you perhaps i iI satisfactory! ctedlt standing make !' ...'1 r. 4 bedrooms. It cloneU. 20 ft 4
fMaTit siznod!: !by all interested I Is an open!' terlltory which ] and reputation plus reason-1 I zait. .T.: .."% ..,SrI i.ue'r living room. 18 't. kitchen gas
persona, stating; under oath the name 01 ; TO WORK rou! 1 offer you an exct-llent', able mount of cash! for Investment i $25 Is total price ........ %llIHIll heat
Ul i phone, hardwood: floor
thoae Interested In the business older! machen for 4 lISIIniOS
enterprise the extent of the In. YOU Benefit! !'arnlnopportunlly.\ Start | For confidential, ment Phone .. .,,.,*.ii'ri *l*, row SI.. I IIlpeuisil IS I[ fireplace. electric: pump. I'. \
ter.Ht of each, and the fictitious under now for Christmas\ profits Interview write 'I.'T
name which said business la carriedon. 421-3577 \ story" barn and yard Is chain f
Said rejrlslrallo.i' not be I No experience ncressnry Part n.1.: nltnlf: sI'% Tn P'S NTIS.Iu link fenced. Purchase \
may made until the person or persons desiring I' .'. HM .l. Kill I'%TIOV rl prlr
to engage In business under All Sizes on Display I time Write Mrs! Otilda Swat P. 4). Hot 1115.I $ ()r.la CO:\ E TO 355 N a> H .:"r.:,..:. here Is set at only I22.0OO

their intention a fictitious name shall have advertised his or 8-10.12) Widen I, P O Rrix> H40 IliO'' k. FIR. PhONE: 63-3.:: % ft I the new & used tni. MI tiirt <' til. MMKII Good terms.

to register said. fictitious name at least once a week for four I I l'/i' liaths" l'SF.U llt'ES. : 3th 11'111! have to offer :.. '". ..;.: IS S %flKHtr NO. tIC
.
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"It 5.4 r
i
((4)) consecutive 1 I II .1f. T
week in some newspaper as defined by law In the county and Kxpandubles Ideal, for like eoUa ell. Dillvered I NKFO CASH? ---Sell famousKnnpn Phone 4-7511! T" '01 101 H q, ti ir..rtPKRSONNKL LOTS OF ROOM -for the i.

where said' registration H! to be made and said registration shall not .be to your lot. Slnqh t! A: Duplex 1.I Arectred Shoe' Full or makevohs.. h->nnv : '''. TOm growing famU,. 1 LoU-3 bed-

accepted by the clerk of 'the circuit: court except upon receiving proof .( New and Used I units 3ifc3 bedroom Sale. 1 I part time high < 1 I to town Center Only $8600.
such publication. office open! 8 till 5. Bldx 362A. pin bonus Complete line- for boat. Good rhaoe .\ FARM ICU.-; '

R.Yr. financing available Flavet :3. University of FU S i men and won>m Equipment S Thnmn'lO\\ I .MW 'TI ,XTHHI II). Or owner wtll' trade for small

W 13th at 3' W 8th Ave> furnished" free Write. to Wm J I< H...0" I ,l I... El'a.. I er house!

Mld-SI"te Fnine.rs. live. Will E Pierce '18" E Steele' OrUnrfo ] '1 FOR \LE--Hmle 11I211: STROIT RF.'L TY II

If you are engaged in business under Use" Our RentalPurchase trade or finance Call 378- Flit, Itrhg 11 11 '> sire 10 acres. at :S1I7 N. Temple AT*. :

any name Plan- -Payments. :31.SI! UrhT 11 11 bedroom unflnl, SALE -- Hetlbronn :Min. It. *. 311

I Under $;)0 i PerIonth: 1! Venetian Blind for a whole : house, $300 down. ..1 Sprlnat. 71 acres 3 "mu- .."..!.",
FOR S.o\LF.--Ont' !single wheel hou!' with hardware. Prkf'1 rendv flnn'ted No I
other than and other 1mprve-
your own, and have not had this name utility trailer $1500! Phon <1! J1000 A J Thom.l Tel 964' Call Phil Black Ph Phone* 944-2661. P O Ct FANTVOFST carpet ren-)

'aomMobile RA4-0041 Itrhw II 11 !5701FOR / .... 57* lu-hg. 1121 I er yo'4-- \r rt So easy too
I Oft B'u Lustre. Rent e'ectriehamrooer '

properly advertised and registered will be APPLICATIONS are. now beaccepted .- SAt E-Corner' lot and !i'' FOR SAtE--3 bf'ctro 8MB Sin tots wleh: 4 sa t Stare Hard.
we for assistant '
man- room home t'louC! In Starke) houe at Urwter n\! ectta Phone W4-3-M1: ware Up 11 11
Home SitesAVAILABLE ntrer HUh school graduate Phone 964-3661 P O Box 576
uaifyln: Call : O Box !574. StarkeItchg'
glad to give all Information age :31 to 25. Apply In perwm 1 ltrh If 11 Ph :*!asa.3H: 1* 1 liil: .)(n' RRtTV SHOp

you necessary as [Eo ,I Town Finance.!' Itclm 1 11 t 11 FOR Ro\LE--ln acres' land 100 There. Is a ?if.-rence' In permanent

Full Lake Privileges FOR RENT!\ OTI- : \ : POINTER-White with wares' The debt RnUWlc .
south J It 1"" .'al"Cb. Jr Day '
what should do.BRADFORD I Homestead! Exempt- FOR RENT OR SALE -Four completely t ,spot Identification/ wave' malt. the difference
phone 964-3521: : Nile 969-1934!
you room concrete block house and Your choice
Financing I 1 trailerVster and -* Owner ran find him In of any of
tfcrm
20 acres 24. miles from town furnUhexl Suitable :300 block of East Adklns these Realistic "PreirrlpUon,

lust off 1'OCj 100. House equipped I i 1 FOR SALE Three lots on or single person" I Up II 11 .....Y'f'Bu.: ....y Beauty. Snap

Lake Geneva with bath hot water heater road 16 north sl.le! !' Kln sey! Phone 9A9-1281. :! 'j| Alt.*. Owl Softly Color-

e H.n electricity and good ,. Lake Near public landings and to give, awa 3 mate nt a "JfpfXTAL": low .

Trailer Sales water Phone 069-1841. J. M rood location for residence!' or FOR SALE Deep H O BolUrarer US prlre. $8M Includlnr\ ? eondlttontivT '

Si'tnmk Itch* 11 11 b'islness. Phone 929-1641. J a quarter or half Walnut St Phone .**.-.' treatment' Un Dot

COUNTY TELEGRAPH M sionmk Itchy 11 11 type :Mayta. wa-hln lip llll! leach Cwrem-oe'mator SIS 8 I
On Route 100. ins Mil SEkeytoite FOR RUE Ockalawa and In Rood share Mrrt: !St' 1 block west of1 I

HeirliUOpen FlornuraiKl blackberry plants FOR RENT UnfurnlJ\ h-d 7 bedroom trailers, SALESinde and off'( Ornire\ St. Open P !.. S Mon

Sun. & Evenings: Al..o rutbrtsplants.. Call 964' room house at 762 N. Walnut Can be moMd on .) 'folding chAlrt: aid other thru Sat Call now for sn
ap
r.r r- ----- ,9,-J--i-_-- -- <.1\\ ''j I 3531! Mrs.V A. Stern Street Call 89-3594 after 14 kit Phone 9CW.1851 Phone !M4-2 I6I P O pointment W9-!901 Evr.l....,.,.q -

--- Ichff 11.11 p. m. lip 11.11 % 570. Starke. Itch* by appnlntmrnt only Itp; n nP40E







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FLATHTRSDAY NOV. 11. 18H.1 _
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I )[rs. J. M. Rosier were Mrs.Ruby /grnnilohlMren grrentgrnmlchlldrcn. another bright spot during I
II I Oii.vnor. Mr, anti Mrs. I frlt'nll",1 rcl.itlves gathered day.: There were about 100
I Raymond oftln of Oenl.i and at her home to celebrate guests present.

1. v W Va rEY Mr IntlIrll. Hugh Uhl from" I her 87th birthiliiy. Long ..
Orlando\ I white table were arranged In
Friends[ of Mr*. Hill, Oreon I I the beniitifiil aiin.thlnc with TUB"' KlltllT POINT lor the I.

A Question -- And An Answer w; will regret to learn .->h... N In j. colorful fuixl! The ,centerpiece way you write. Come In and !
Un".r"llYI"tltUI: Center InC.HnMVllte. wn tt lovolv blitlvliy rake

I with pinK ana gri-fn dcrorations I .select.. .. your favorite ESTERI I

Sumliiy, Nov 7.v II aiw -. Mr[ *, M..rv. Rt>ililiari of I. ItKOOK fourtahl pen. TEL! -
(.\ man. who bin. address" aa Lake Geneva, wrote be '
young gave jMft a tricot III 'n1l>r,- for Mr U'vkli'.ittin' ir Mr Norman:
to a> nearby daily newspaper| _)'IDC . "the question ..f con 1.1111Normnn iK\ril.
a* chiMnin who 'l.i SW years young. earl
eel'll" 1 h "not why we j-ounfpntera hove to fight, but "by". here to
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give our life for a rauite. we really dent understand. Tuesday. another ,' \(' ; .. -- -- --- ,"C.l --,- -- -_-:- .= -._--. __ _____- _-___ _ _..
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bun loud of young men left Sele" ..tl\e Servh-e" headquarter i\ \ I .
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her for pre-Indurtlon examination. hope thin iwnMuiKe may ,. I "!!' ITURADIOS o PHONOGRAPHS
pritvkle at leant a .partial answer to any who may be wanblnc1..1' I Il'
0 TELEVISION
undentaiidlng of a complex "situation.) o STEREOS

Where the. Quality Goes In Before the' Nam Goef On


American soldiers fighting and It must be remembered that .-
are we are 23" 16" : ::::.- :---
dying in Viet Nam. They are fighting fighting in Viet Nam to stop Chinese 'aCONSOLE ""' '
Portable
and dying. because the United States Communist aggression. The North I :

has definite and specific committmentsthere. Vietnamese are only the means being TV TV ,t. :

These committments madeto used) at this time by China to extendits tow L-J moot V4l.*. Aa(kNee1' I .;; ,.:: ?.... {i I
protect the national self interest of aggression in Southeast! Asia. e hwN 1-....... .t-..N 'a' 4
All 01 rwuN r.M1 MwehA cwt;
our country. American soldiers who Peking has declared that Communist a I"'"' ....kN
are fighting in Viet Nam are there as Chinese support of revolutionary I I a }bridal shower honoring' "V 'HI Murw.. DiIIl .'.._...at... (1o",1t. .
evvlryrrrrtyvffrvr Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mlm Alma. William. .Mk .. (..,.... a.Nat' $1, 5995
much to protect America as to protect movements in under developed areas at Dedan Baptist Church at the .' use wt.Z ..

Viet Nam. It i is fully within the national is a strategy aimed at the eventual encirclement I III'IUReoy.. L, L Parker PevOrvil club hoime! ,In UxCrostMe: lastTlnmsday $ Pklum f tnt J1.7J Wok
,
BROOKER night Miss|" Wll- 10%
self interest of America that of the United States and Brooklns and Hev. 5 995
I hams will ba nutrrttxl to Pvt
Viet Nam remain free. American sol Western Europe. The focus of his global James Trmjle ortlrlutlnu.<< James! Russell Imler on Sun DOWN ;;1NI1H \ ,I
diers are fighting there to defend that movement is now in Viet Nam. By Hefty Raboarlvvtrvvyvrrvvrvvvrltr I Mr Ptnholater. u life\( long day Nov 1 14 at the :\'thD.1lst $4.00 A Weak DtllVERS[ ," -. _

national self interest. The fact that North Viet Nam has resident mit1!ly ot,Saturday Urooker." 'mm-iilii died Church In Hiith 81)1'1111&11. Portable Phonograph ,,: ; .

The communist plan of world conquest .. i' FOOD FOK THOUOltT: You .7NRADIOS .. .
signaled no willingness to negotiateeven lleunr Warminc Tue dny at bite home her*. iff wa. I.r IN d CAN.N_.. .
call for the subversion and acquisition though staring' in the face Americas Carl Undue and parent I owner of PlnhoL tt'I"'. ()IU- cannot lead anyone fUI'thf'1than atlw-.On
of you have gone yourself : :: .:::: ,W'.m, ", I
territories and countries build up of men and military were honoied with a home- cery. Survivor liu-luJu one ITF'N

piece by piece until they have gottenit power In South Viet Nam may be explained Wannh1)1') on lust" L Tuesday I brother Tiuby\ Pttiholxti'r. of TvvvvvvvvvvvrvevnvvvvIIEILBRONN $ 4D>*fC

all. South Viet Nam i iA such apiece by report given by neutrals. ntght at their new home In Urook<<. two cousin, Roars $4995 k

; so was Korea. We are fighting Returning from visiting North Vietnamese the aubttlvlston Coffee and I Checker of Alachuu anti Mrs. t r"Vj' .. ..;
doittitinuU were nerved to the Josephine, Crotty, BithamaInlandn ,.% DOWN r
in South Viet Nam to stop this piecemeal
leaders, statesmen and
many .
vtoiltois a, tliey arrived .., Burial followed In IAOIO $279$ "SOAW..1r
advance of communism just as politicians from neutral countries havereported brlrvglnii' some very lovely the D
we fought in Korea. that Chinese and North Vietnamese and useful! gift*. to make the ,JoneaiJohuson'luneral Home!' And RlM. Bill RcddlshAAAIAAAAaAAA1AA1aAAAA1 .._I n..a..c_I..t, 10% DOWN'" 7J1r.. .

The communist Viet Minn led by leaders are sincerely convinced : Hodae home more peasant! lit rharse. of ariannrinriitH.PFRAONAI.A .

Ho Chi Minn was the strongest: of revolution is near in the United and comfortable Acting as : "
('hnnhHiimluy.\11,III.... < l 10% ;::
the nationalist movements which developed States. They have been described' as hOllteo"for" the occasion Mm. Minnie Atkinson has. Porta bl. l. '

in French Indo-China duringthe placidly awaiting the news that the were the Mesdames< ,Joyce ,returned home after having. ship> Hour Schad It 10 AII.Vor- DOWN STEREO c !fi.
| ; JI
I Stokes I U Pitrker. Grace pent a couple of weeks IUITI'"lnlnK .
Japanese' occupation of 1910-1915. Johnson Government has' fallen. Sucha I Union ti,1o: ( : _
I Merry Doris Kelly Raymond vtaltlmi relative In Auburn- I..m livening I _c_.......... r
After World War II France made miscalculation could have deadly Worship 7..Ill:
Brown of Wohtrington. dale. : p ne ) RADIO _....
several, l attempts to restore French authority dangerous: consequences.This flpilng' *, Donald Stokes and VIMtors at the L. L. Dval .I !t'.lIntrv..rne"ct"y" 7 p, m ...,-eyMnj $1995 .:.t;;.;n..w.:: :.__ .. ern
0..5 r.1.M
in the area which resulted in mistaken: l belief on the part of Inea Oieen home on Wednesday were I Choir prai-tlre. 7:4.5: : p.m.Siiiitlny ....:-....- 5kd.....__ lO"-OOWN
a confused period of savage fighting. Asian Communist leader who l believe BAPTIST. KF.VIVU.: Mr and Mm (fo''tniniin
\
The Viet :Minh after the communist America is weakening to the point of The Brooker Baptist l !Mrs, Edna Klikland lnrk"1 I Mr. Ciiwbywere '
and Mra K.: S. Oliver
Church c10M'd. week ofspecial Paao. Taaa and Mr We Finance Our Own Accounts. No Put .No Bother.
to make the
victory in China in IfMD now receiving being ready collapse communists and W II Porrell. Mr, and. Mr. II K (J.xlwln ant I' -
Mrs
Mr.
Chinese: military support began increasing in Viet Nam unwilling to ne aervlre on 8l1tuldaynlaht. Mi* Willie \1'111: Taylor ofJackmmvUlK No Red
whJch had been conducted and children of Jncknonvllle.Mm Tape. Open An Account Today.
: their Guerrilla warfare in $gotiate. The leaders of China and that she mini\ Mrs.. K.:
Dval
by the Rev Chark-\ report
Viet Nam. In 1953 and 1951 they Invaded North Viet Nam have come to lielieve Harvey of l.aWL..y Rev ,James ha< rwehej word that the triggers of Tampa| N.I, Visit Our Second Floor of Fine Furniture at

Laos and Cambodia. President Johnson's repeated" offers of Ternjile, reported some very 105th Tranportatlor. Division Thone af'tullnK! the KlorlilvOoorRln Bargain Prices !

Early in the spring of 1954 the VietMinh negotiation! are the desperate actions good meellniis! during the! of the U S Air Fumes In : f.ml bull KIHII! N.,It II |

l large French force at of a frightened man about to Ix overthrown week and some spa-tal "ln-- Viet. Nam wa then a Crtmmeitdatlon I day, In Ja4'l trapp a erlieretKlered and l Mr*. aleim Norman Mr W. S. OADCOCK FURNITURE & APPLIANCE
Dienbienphu. Agreement generalcease l by his own people. The red" ln" The church was bleased Medal for i| ,
on a with specials on Tuesday! and to the Vietnameseclvltlans. and Mr. IrfimAr' !IlivMlHh, !linyNoniinn. I
Asian leaders reached" these, dangerously -
fire was reached at a conference Saturday by Mia Kay I.eee. The Dyal'a ram Keith'/ !KeililNIi and ASSOCIATE STORE
in Geneva, which began. just about the erroneou beliefs In very simpleway a newcomer to Smoker On Airman 1C Lmertie Oval U MIM. Miiryonil' Miirthrt. \ Alvn.
\V. :N. ( ltu l faun ( i
time I Dienbienphu fell to the Viet Minh.\ ; simply through observation. They Thursday:! a gospel .litvlnntroup I a member of (this. company I I r.., I ) OwnerMummerpltr (

In keeping with terms of this Geneva have long, through Intermediaries and from Olnexvllle. If'nLth..lr Congratulations lito to Mr Weekend Riiput( ..f\oll:\ and l y.:"" -'-""J"T', '" ; ,,'_ '._ _. I
I I ; '" 7-" !, ..s. !.yh""' :"" '"''''-i'k..} :;'S !'" --
agreement' French and Viet Minh agents/ followed the American pressand / voice to the enjoymentof and Mrs. Dock Drawdy on I "
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Fortes withdrawn'from Cambodia monitored directly or IndirectlyAmprlC'an the congregation. In any the birth' of a baby girl at the { *,? .
were .
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v
t 'f ftfi > 1*
and Laos ; Viet Nam; was divided Into radio broadcasts.( erent. the and_everyone Une' wa enjoyed a bUvuccess last Bradford Ttiunwtay Conntf" HoMpllat s J, hy'ot take"woodan; nickels' '? Wo moan tho kind of nickels, l th't t c mo't; ; treesthe: : raialno of'

with two sections, the communists along the 17th parallel the riot They, !student have been protest hearing. riots, about draft "ani race! It and was blessed. by attend Mrs Ethel: Has and yonra '".... them, the milling 'and Inn shipping Foront 'farming !is good bUlinou 'for everybody,, And it i I. tho
occuying
northern section. burnings, and beatniks walking up I 111 r.((\. IIU'Tt'R KITmM'NIMV .iLh truly Mra were Betty Joint Walker hostesses Mrs. 4 41501\, t way.to keep this!, greAt national r*>.OurCo'repreni' !\horl, Although maintain'our, ; own timberland *

The advance of Communist military and down carrying cardboard posters .I Eunice: Davis. Mr Murray' *,' v..vs, buy 80%; of' the wood used in our mills from indopondont Inndownnrs and 'farmara. A

power from China southward after .saying "United States .stay out of Viet Funeral I services for John) Cletnona. Mrs H 1919. into Indo-China caused concern Nam." I Pinholxter. 71 were held lor and Mr 'OItPA fUlii'v at money-crop may already bo standing on your land. .Why don't you collect' some pf' these wooden

over the fate of all Southeast Asia. Hearing all of this and a lot more I nickela.too? CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA f yJ j Fornandina. Deach Floridaf

Indo-('hina U only 250 miles from gives them the false belief of an Am-i t. will be glad to hear that the I :

:Malaya. If it fell under Communist, erica ready to collapse: of the American road leading to the boat .

control the road would then be open people ready to revolt against ramp on Hampwrn I lake. !' U .
being' widened by the county
J. ,
for further communist! advances by their government. road department County .
way of Singapore and Indonesia' into American men are dying In the heat roa l. when. Improved will I

Australia.: and mud of Viet Nam. dying In the ( I give' better a
It was to combat this threat that in muck of rice puddle, with communist! ramp .nt other facilities\ on .. ''<..' I

September 1954.; the Manila Treaty bullets and shrapnel tearing t their ''M"I- Sampson" lake built by Container .. F'"

for Southeast Asian Ik'ft-n-e.) usually fe*. They are dying In Viet Nam pro- Corp I ,
called :SEATO;; : was signed. This treaty tertlne their.. country and its way of1

stated that the eight signing nations life. They.. are flying there as they I I Hut the big fUhlntf"" new .
i U that the "led, and trout
agreed 1 to act together against any died in Korea. to' ,stop the piweme l l': are ahow-lrv up" In the creek. 9 t/rMY

attack on their territories: in Southeast a'lvanre' of communism from encirclingthe the Wi-ssM" ttlver J

A..ia, or in Laos. Camlxxlia or South t plnrit I I farmer's Diary I II I I W.up.'". fished number of .

Viet Nam. The :Manila Treaty was "%'f' are at war In Viet Nam. We place In the country InelulIng -

signed by America Hritian. France. are in aDr with communism that I Br Ba McCsa'Dy Canada. fur cleat nortli' !

Australia. New Zealand Thailand. The must be won if this country, it* sys- I I ern. pike,, but we'd say that
.
Philippine, and Pakistan.The tern of pmemment. Its way of life are I The ll'f'e..t of hid.! >*r for a .real batt'e! gcirxl, redL ,

policy the United States i is neckIng to survive., We are fighting not for ,,, strawberry ptk-ea UU .eauiiiby fish on llaht\ tackle will irlte.
the moot ecllenvnt For +t
to follow in South Viet Sam a* territorial irnin or natural re'ourcee* Am.allure CUfI'\JntIOIIlon'' you 1V n rk
another thing th- "re< are
in Korea is the I I er Doyle. Conner 'b" hemrten- t
policy of containment. but for elf preservation. j i pretty and thy are! n' o Containment a.* practised" by the United All of history,. I IJ' of one piece. There I,1 foe for our Bradford County has
1..f'R Th forecast f I Ie b-
States l 14 designed to t'I e'! a policy of are. no wo.thintt" to l i.e gf>ne through .i''f'ft on oVrrevwxl pl.nUnn In I 5I _
uncompromising resistance' have been through efore l We receive! our county Ian
; to hold than we ,, other kecttoru.. or the slate l asa A'r 1I
the enemy in check until with the Whatever wr may have to do. men:''' result. of labor hortai. .... bid') l last weektwo( dav after } '
of time he become I done. If have doneit .IHt""' ". by the aayl I and
passing more moderate have always they I.i I !Prom what have learned I
and less. warlike. The policy ofcontainment then we can do it ton | about. the same a.reave ha liked many oltttr. bllnke I
of
the result
when we aw
is designed" to check the We have only to stay and nirht H" ., been planted< In this area. a the Just.. Value law. aJwewi.ments .

communist pievemoal plan of conquest.To well a* the men who staved and fmiirht ,I oorttlng to. Luther Dullard However we are not 4 _

compromise with the communists, at Inchon. It Is not nere*.*.ry that ,I i I, and David Br.
allowing them to occupy new territory. we should fight letter. There" can be 'j Ao t If we e.n r.1Aa.1ftj of our knowle l,e all nrrtnertr

regardless of how far that territory. no ouch thing a... .better. \\'e won that eMp this anon we nhould ownr In the county hen.

might be from the United State is im war arvl we, must win thi on. Defeat "- be In a t xvf position to havea been treated.alikeRae .

possible.. It I 1'1 impossible" because each brings" wornn thlnv. than any that root year flnanrlally A
time the communi add) a new territory can ever happen in a war. drtntlln rain last Saturday ( r..ult of !Uie I. "broaden *

to their side. the balance of now.or There e.n lie no lasting peace nor helped the plant some. bolt Inc of the .tat be. ?)f'rl1' 14r
he that a Unrer mJm"n'' <
i I..* altered. Eventually such piecemeal any possibility of a lust peace until all up been' to that time life wind had nen.i.. will lake an .Interest.'

changes. which do not sm like binds\ where, the people' are ruled exploited act "glvlnf whlpHrw them a fit"plant. In roiinty perxlltiire* act

much at the time, would! add up to a and governed by any government tr..M that the tat dollen "be 2

reversal of th. power relation in favor whatsoever awalnet their consentare I ,mJlar" Mid he ha* had toM "pent"" slyly ,

of the communists. given their freedom. a ant of .reettln and _

that he ts Irrtu'tfM hunlantlmr Vo to now, we'd say that

twice. a week_ 1_- ttie fault Jt-. with the publl'
ton. Mirtan r Tx>rted that hfc for we have envrretf. roan'
plant look "Ialr.M and thai xxinty communion. end
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH from rare on the weatttr am rtiool bo rd m.etlnora. .and I

ESTABLISHED 1879 be the bUf-t factor for the most part no Irirflvl-, ,
was dual' 1It/'ln UD un1e*,. he ha*

/M E. L ...""IW.. 1:0fT: .... Pu.I1.Nta "n.. pecan market hadaux. C onffttl re>iueat for his turn :

a than doubts>> the prevxHume Intnst.s. ,..
Iloan.a'. O-O..T WUO.T N>we*. taTtMuove.v > Pu.t.NtD co..- **"*, of nuts .last !.

UNotn Txe fart M..T ...O T'hur..y. IJOOO)) poiind. and Tn phlbr!' U Invited 'to all .

[I the prV-ea remained at about sorb meetinr. ''nt"ltr.tn.bowt. "
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PU .ISM r> Ca-CM TMuooeo..y AND Ewrta A* .COOTO Ciaee Manes AT TniPO th> aame level Rntdnhle ..,.. liearlnc and the

.T Off Km AT 'T...... /La Usoor> ACT O. MCM a. tare sales are belnr made now at at'; '. .
the raw of fire. pound fur a enurtty rommlailnn/ and < II ". .
C, D( TUB TRADK ARIA ON* TKAR 1340 . sUX MONTH (2 M I dollar. arhoolf I \ >.tA welcome at- !.I I .- "' .........i* .. .... ,. .
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,........yyyYT.yyy. yy .> olean-up week bar Hampton I party. vllle. ....... .... Mrs. Warren Cadle Sunday. in the loss of her father Les- |I. ;

He urged everyone to cooperate Mrs. Pierce llostem Sunday night of last week .Y.YY..I Mr and Mrs. Barney Eggersand Ira Waters, who passed away'I'|

HAMPTONBy 1 ) and improve the appearance For Madison St. WMS visitors of Claude Green were Bayless Hiway children of Jacksonville ]at week. Serving Florida
of the town before Mrs. O. D. Pierce of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. LoYS Garrison spent the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp ,, I Since
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the holidays. The council Is was hostess for WMS of Jacksonville. parents, (Mr. and Mrs T. N and grandchildren were visitingMr.

Mrs. I). E. till] to clean up around the city Circle I of Madison Street Mrs. Joyce\ Dover Is a patient By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I Norman. and Mrs. H. C. Taylor In (Y40IT47Q i ree&Ig lrv 1950ff.. I

rhone 4684160AAAAAAAAAAA ( hall. They also plan to fix Baptist Church at tier' home In the NAS Hospital Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and baby Middleburg Sunday afternoonMr. '

.aAaaaaaaal the !present fire building, as Tuesday: morning last week, Jacksonville 'of Savannah are visiting (Mr.\ i and\ Mrs. (Mark Alvarez 4'' -- -- -- ..,............. .
the council doesn't feel the Nov. 2.Eight. Lorene Davis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- and Mrs. Eldon Sapp until have moved into their new '

fVmrtrry Cloan-l'p Week city Is financially able to renovate were present for the Mr. end Mrs. Lenoard Davis man entertained with open Thanksgiving.Mrs. home on Bayless Hlway 'I Mrs. Lucile a Cordially
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; On fU) Councilgt'nda: the old "bank" build missionary program, and l was released from NAB Hos- Imuae at their home on Alton T. N. Norman entertained There 'will be a Sing it :

Hampton cemetery and a : ing yet.Birthday. plannnlng for the foreign pital Jacksonville over ,the Road Sunday afternoon Octo- with a birthday supper Bayless Hlway Baptist church GodwinRepresentative r,

olean-up week 'for the city Dinner For mission week of prayer In weekend and is expected to ber 31, from 2 until 5 p.m. A- honoring her husband and .1\Irs. 'Saturday. night at 7 o'clock. !! Welcomes- I

4 acre the business transacted Mrs. Lester Slade December. enter the J. HIllis Miller Uni- bout a hundred guests calledat Rudolph Sap Saturday Everyone Invited to attend. 1013 E. Call St. ill] You and Your

HI the city council meeting Mrs. Lester Slade was guest Brasil Mission Study versity Hospital In Gainesville the appointed hours. The night. The Immediate familieswere Ph. 961-5321 Family to Your ;

on Monday evening last week of honor for a surprise birth- Set For November 18 this week. I tfuests. were met at the door prexent.
by ,M... O. E. Crowby. Delic- Plastic Notebook $2.30 at th< Starke New Honra
at the city hall. day dinner at their home Hampton Baptist WMU Peggy and Jack Lucas attended We are glad tc report tnat

11:ioi' to the meeting. John Friday evening, Oct. 29. will have a mission study on the Florida-Georgia Ious refreshments were served Mrs. Kenneth Williams is homo TELEGRAPH.MOTK ,

r.nlK'i reported on the ceme- Mrs. Pearl Thomas of Brazil Thursday Nov. 18, at football game In Jacksonville by Mrs. Gordon Jones, .Mrs. from Alachua General Hospital The State of FloridaIt
for saleji \ Ann Jones and !Mrs. Therman H ftp TH\TIO\;
iciThere. are lots Johnstown and Mrs. Eunice the church, Mrs. Ralph B. Saturday. and ia doing fine. :

,m hii-! $10. to any Inter- I Wilson of Starke. sisters of Younger of First Baptist 1 Mrs. Avory Slade and chil- Jones. The Normans received Weekend guests of Rev. and TO ntu..t:1t: >:.IMKN'ttlfv KlfTITIOI H Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and .

-.li'd i party. I Mrs Slade.; and Mrs. J. L. Church In Jacksonville will dren visited Friday night gifts as a memento of thy o<- ''Mrs. C. A. Crosby were Mr. : I 110 hfrt..y vlv.>n thn1 To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
MIIMI.: '1' J, Alderman prodmniPrt Slade and Mil C W Slade. teach the book "Which WayIn with Mr. and Mrs. Albert (.'&8lon. and Mrs. Jake Pnrrlnh and the unf).*rnfvnucl.. under the piu
the week of Nov. 15 her daughters-in-law] were Brazil," beginning at 10 Smith and daughters.David The Young Adult Sunday vl""n"r' rhupti-r\ i'l'l.'.">3 Lax
children of Winter Garden Mr. fit Plurlu Act of 1HI! I will rricltor -
I phone
I hotUsses! for the dinner and I a. m. A covered dish lunch is Jones at NAS Jack- School clan of Bay low HI way and Mrs. W. C. Crosby and with th. Clerk nf the clr: you are new in the area, a

to be served at noon. sonville visited Sunday night Church enjoyed a covered dish suit Court, In an" for tlrudf.n'' visit
children of Groveland, and .... call will bring a prompt
you
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301 PERSONALSMr. with Mr. and Mrs. Avory dinner at the home of Mr. and County. Florida upon .Ipt n
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas of Jack- proof of puhllrMtlun i nt thin notlcff
FLORIDATHEATRE and Mrs. Steve Jarrell Slade and family. Mrs Jerry Dyal Sunday at the Honville. the\ rirtlUouM game "r Dot', from your local hostess. Please give
and baby moved Into the Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kearns! noon hour. About 22 guests N,-.uty Mho|>, under' which I air
DRIVEINOpen Chastain apartment last week and son of Gainesville visited enjoyed the affair with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby "i>"..K..'l. In huKlnfim at fil& >* her a call! She has map and many

They have been living In Sunday night with Claude and Mrs. Dyal. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were Myrtlf:)Irs IXM.IH.St. j Hturkr.....rh.Florida.till M M>'- for ''
Mr. and Mrs. O. S free and wonderful gifts you
7:00: Jacksonville.Mr. Oreen. Mr.. Ruth Tyler who has visiting tit HI. iUark, Florida miltown-
Show Time 7:15: and Mrs. J. O. Adklns Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mooreare Crosby and family in High i-r. |I &! \ t
with been a surgical patient in Springs Sunday.We Ii.tf>.l this 19th day of (k.t"b..r from local businesses. __
visiting this week
Jacksonville visitors
on
were .
ADMISSIONArlulto ,
Bradford County Hospital was A. r> 1981\ ui mark Bradfont
( 75c Students GOc Showtime -Weekdays 7 Friday night last week and relatives In South Carolina. extend our sincere sympathy tVunty, Florida,
visiting her Mr. and I
Children Under 12 Free \ Sunday 3::00. Saturday 1 : drove to Gainesville Satur- Mrs. Joseph Lucas and parents to Mrs. Lloyd Padgett 10/21 4tp II t 'I.

day.. 'daughter: visited Saturday In -.

Fri., Rat., Sun.Nov. Thurs.. Frl., Sat. Mrs. T. F. Brown left last Baldwin with Mr. and Mrs.

12, 13, 11 Nov. 11, 12, 13 Thursday for Miami where Earl Wilkes and family.
No.1ALLNEW I she !planned to attend the L. E. Rheberg of Macclen-

wedding of Louise Weest, ny and father of Mrs Doro-

fi JI. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. thy Waters here returned to

Gordon Weest, and Mrs.. his home Sunday after LAST HOME

.-LENGTH rrul.t. Brown's granddaughter. spending the past week in

\ FkATURE'IoI' THE BEATLES Mrs. Lettie Parker and St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville

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TECH Jeanette Wynn of Jackson-
\ NICOLI (UITMAIICOL31 IIIIITIUmsTJOIllAII vlllle were visiting friends Mrs. Dorothy Waters spent

here on Saturday. last weekend In Lake City

"' Visitors at the Foster Hayes with Mr. and Mi's. Bill Rob-
\CHALESNAVa, i
Sun., Mon., 1Ved." home last weekend were inson and daughter.Mrs. .

34':l AIR Nov. 11, 15, IB, 17LAVVSOH'S her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Waters entertained
GAME
FORCE.TIM Bailey of Lakeland. at her home Sunday

.Anniglnsas nliiht with a blrthdav SUDDCI :1 ..c
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Those :
r.vvvvvvnvvvvvv.vvvyIYIAXVILLE I honoring her husband.
CONWAY-NIE FIYNNadtlfMCNAW'SNAYICREW
attending were Mr and Mrs.. I
t LffiJ Roy Waters and family of 1

No.2. Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. Ed I

the Waters and daughter/ 12 8:00 P.WMDOES M.

9 ''t bfg'eaf da. By Phone Mr*. A.28944914AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA C. Slade and daughter Mrs. Martin Tony Manning Padgett and Mr'l! FRIDAY, NOV. .


Mrs. Dorothy Waters and ion i

Roger.

"' r IIOItSE FROLICS daughters Mrs. Lyle( of Schmell Jacksonville and '

The Annual Fall Horse'
A rotummn plumes HCIMSI r I Frolic sponsored by the Dia- Mrs.visited Sunday Buford with HIgglrvbotham Mr art. \ vs. MM! CITY(

No. 3 ARumascAaum mond D Range Riders:! at the and grandchildren.

Diamond D Ranch was held
Sunday dinner guests of
Sunday Nov. 7 stalling at
Mr. and Mis. Buford Hlggrn-/
10 a. m. and being and all
botham were Mr and Mrs. BRADFORD HIGH STADIUM
11eist1 csu. day event. Announcer was Jenimy Higgintoolhum an. I
Curly Dekle Judge Jack I
daughter and Miss Betty
Boshaw, Civil Defense Workers -
Prevatt all of Lawtey.
madr ,xrrr; s and the Duval CountySherifVs Mr*. Buddy Bi'udih anri; u

.COLORSCOPE mt taet nsara.SNlOI t Posse Classes were Davy visited Saturday after- ,
Small Fry-12 und un-
I years noon In Lawtey with Mm I I
der, Junior 13-19 years. Sen-
Hester Hicks and:! Mrs. Glenn
Ions 20-38 years and Jack I n
Shuford and family
Benny 39 and over. ,
years -
Mrs. Juanita NolAn 'Sevlll.!
\ MARKETCold The opening of the show
visited Sunday with Mr and M I
was the Pony Expiess Ride
Mis. D. J. Parrish and family *
Storage Grocery Store Events Include>:! Cloverleaf-
Seniors and Jack Benny. Patty Parrlsh.. daughter of ,:
Mr. art:!! Mrs. D. J. Parrish,
Basketweave all classes,
and Mary\ Kllgore. daughter
dI I Jumpers Point System op I
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l' 1'f of Mr and Mrs. Flavmorv. a
1 ti I en. Beginners Class-8 years Kll.toie, are participating ,I '
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; and under Ennll h Pleasure
1 again this year In the Delta
open. Western pleasure -
I Drugs basketball team
Small Fry Juniors Seniors
Mrs. Marjorie Sack of
and Jack Benny Arena Race
1 Silver Springs Md. and "-- ,
-all classes. Texas Barrel 1
ter of John North urrlveJhere
| all classes, Clovei leaf-Small ti
Friday for a visit with ,
i Fry and Juniors and last of
Mr. and Mrs. John Not In '' 3 J;:
the show the Arena Race.CElU..U:1t .
and family
: Y MEETING:
1 Mrs. Murjoriu Sacks. of
The Long Branch CemeteryCommittee 1965 TORNADO FOOTBALL SQUAD
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Silver Springs, Md.. Mr. Ext-
held a meeting
telle Carter and Leondlaa
last Thursday night at the
North of Green Cove attended -
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Clay Hill Baptist Church. the Florida-Georgia foot- BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
During' the meeting It was

Pork For Your Deep Freezer.We agreed fences around that everyone lots to be with removed Saturday.Mr.ball .game. In Jacksonville Sept. 17 Macclenny 0 Starke 24 Oct. 22 Pal atka 7 Starke 26


will Pickup and Rutcher. There will be a at the owners earliest and family and Mrs.of Roger Jacksonville.Mr North. Sept. 24 Santa Fe 6 Starke 28 Oct. 29 Live Oak 0 Starke 34
Small Fee for I'ick-up-ilulchering cows $.1.00 per convenience. The fences were

Head and Hide. hogs 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. being used as markers as wellas and, and son Mi's.Helen Dave and Coveidale Claude Oct. 1 St. Augustine 6 Starke 13 Nov. 5 Fernandina 0 Starke 28

For Chill-cut and wrapping 5Vic per Ib. with paper beautifIcation. Those from North visited Sunday in Park 0 Starke 41 Nov. 12 Lake
Maxville attending the meeting Oct. 8 Orange City Home
Green
Cove with Mrs. Mar-
We Sell fleet and Pork for Home Frecyera were Mrs. Avory Slade 14 Starke 51
Mrs. Joseph Lucas. ''Mrs. Hen. Jorla Sacks, Mi's. Estelle 9ct. 14 New Symrna Nov. 19 Green Cove Away
Carter' and Leondlas North.Walter .
Phone 91.1-8281 Washington St.
ry Orlffts and Albert Smith.SCHOOL ,.
Wellhausen of
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ball The team Junior traveled Varsity foot- Aberdeen Wellhausen, S. D.spent and Saturdayand Ernest This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters-

to Hastings -
Sunday In Holly Hill and
In Florida
Monday night of last Daytona visiting friervJs. I -
week to play their final gameof CANOVA PHARMACYPhone SHE: ; YOU AT THE: (;..IlIGoodman'a : GOOD LUCK!
? Henry Wellhausen returned -
in the game roombeer's the season. The baby Indians Service
to his Vero Brach home Station HURST'S 66
came home with a Starke Fin.
:< 961-1661' ,
the one... \j score of 20-7 which mad Wednesday after spending Seeber toodman: Owner SERVICE STATION
several days here with his
their record for the season Gulf: I'rmlucts. Coodyear: Tire- & llatleriet
taste mother Mrs. Mary Wellhausen GO TORNADOESTERWILLEGAR 103 E.: Madison" St. CAUL HURSTU.
for good ,, f 33.The Baldwin Indians trav- and other relatives. I. S. :301 So. Starke. Florida

eled to Orange Park Friday Sunday afternoon visitorsof MOTORS
good fun Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wil- LETS CIO: TORNADOES
night after
being canceled
kinson were Mr and Mrs He A Roofer For The TornadoesSHUFORD'S
The out of football for one week. Wardell' Nelson and daughter HKST; WISHES; TORNADOES"TIMLOG ; GIB BROWN
game between Macclen- I
Myra or Fernandlna Beach. STANDARD
ny and the Indians was can- INC. SERVICE STATION
Miss\ Barbara Whitehead
coned due to the school fund WE BUY LUMHEK:\ .
daughter of Mr. anj Mrs. SERVICE STATION
shortage and;! will be playedat 301
South
5 Miles on
a later date. Buford Whitehead Is visitingIn IT'S KICK OFF TIME!

The Indians lost to Orange Michigan with friends. "Let Have Another Winning Season"
Park Friday night with a Mrs.\ Joseph Lucas and DENMARK FURNITURE REST: WISHESA.

spore( cf 26-7 This Friday family attended the Baldwin- EDWARD'S GROCERY COMPANY
01 anile Park football J.
game THOMAS-REALTOR
night the Indians play Calla-
at Orange Park Friday night.
han
at Callahan and the
Visiting with Mr,, and Mrs.
final Independent Telephone
of the
and
game season
mST: WISHES
Ed Trewdwell and thisweek FROM 1
homecoming events will be son We're Proud Of Our Coaches and Team

Friday Nov. 19. This made Is Mr Treadwell's sister Corp. of Fla. VOLLEY STARLING
Kate from Pennsylvania.
the Indiana their second loss BILL EDWARDS

You ,ping-pong or check-" of the season. "Ye Yes. We're Behind You GROCERY
\ name your game School students will observe STARKE
66 SERVICE
\f ers cards or chess. Play it hard and it Nov. 11, Veterans Dayas I THE RIGHT POINT for the Tornadoes"

a holiday.PERSONALS. COMPLIMENTS() I ;
cakes a lot out of you. That's when you way you' writ. Come In and NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES HAIL TO THE CHAMPS!

like most to settle down in a soft chair and enjoy Ir } Mrs. Albert Smith visitedIn Mvlret BROOK your fountain favorite. 'pea ESTER-TELE-! FARMER'S SUPPLYA. H.

friends' talk and your beers taste. Beer was St. Vincent's Hospital Telegraph. I.et's AU Support The Team C. WALL, INC.
your
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Jacksonville Friday" night R. Johnson
I made to relax with. Made to refresh you. cool with Miss Linda: Oreen of STARKE BUILDERS INSURANCE AGENCY

iL 1 you cheer your taste.So next time you're playing ris.Middleburg and Harold Har- SUPPLYLet's COMPLIMENTSCOMMUNITY

C r. come sociable at-home game take time Miss Linda Green daughter 1700\.95 WE CHEEK YOU ONTO VICTORY

out for the companionable taste of beer. tF\, ::: of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Get Going Team! STATE BANK CHARLEY E. JOHNS
Green of Mlddletourg.. under-
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC.\y went surgery last week in I Member F. D. I. C.

I r.a BOX 27 J.WINTEH PARK FLORIDA Vincent's Hospital .'S&// 1 Ie 666. LAWSON'S MARKET AGENCY


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MRS. ANNIE B. TWIllEY' LINK SAUSAGE. L.59 j FL .KIDA GRADE 'A' FRESH : YOUR CHOICE! LIMIT.I WITH '.00 OR "MORE. ORDERJuksonvlIe

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BETTY J. DANIEL FOOD FAIR BUTTEDu.......6910 :}C::.,. MED. EGGS 1::: DETERGENTS
New Smyrna Beach, Florida g: : It::!: .
ELLA DOOLIN, 100 STAMPS WITH COUPON BLUE 1 { ,.
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MRS. A. A. PAYNE, SHARP CHEESE .rta .....69' : lj LGE PKcJacksonville /
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KATHLEEN JOHNS. Holly Hill Fl. r i ROSE I ij'f CANLIMIT. 5 : LIBBY PEACHES ?r.5K.. ...85t

BETTY JANE ELY, Jacksonville. FU. } :: PLAIN OR : fLOUR i.: :{ .* LIBBY'S
ROSA FLOWERS Stark. FU. : :! :: -
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MRS. 0. 1. BOYO Jacksonville FU. :f r;i TUNA F I S H. 4.!ie..-. $1 > wr.
ALVA ROBERTS Jacksonville, FU. ::':J y?. :: TIP' TOPROSEDALE FACIAL TISSUES

CLENDA H. O. ALLEN.MILEY Jacksonville.Jacksonville FU.FU. d: 5 !2 I SPINACH1. .:... ...__..10 SCOTTIES3.. '.-*. Box.,69*
MRS. RACHEL LEWIS St. Augustine. FU. AA C ALL GREEN .
MINNIE HUTTO Llv. Oak FU. {.: :' 3 ; MURRAY
MARTHA DEIOACH. Jacksonville, FU. m. La C 3$ :f' LIMAS._._............o'fc thacan 29" KOKO CREME Cookiesjte29t'IMP
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MRS. L A. MOODY, JacksonvilU. Fla. L it : BRAND
MRS. H. TOFTE Dayton Lack Fla. t:::+ s :! GRAPE JUICE$1 I
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BESSIE HERNDON Jacksonville, FU. ..... '. '.'.:' :.'. __ .. -.'
C. M. BATTLE Brvnswkk 0. BREMNER'S ASS'TJUMBO

ROXII ,PRESLEY Jacksonville Fla. I. ". : PIES?..........."_..?_3.. ...a -112 $1 1
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I All creditors of 'the lat.' of
1.vv.v..v.v..vv. 7:30: p.m.. Training Union 6:30: In Gainesville Monday Marklee Rauleraon in Mlntlcel- head of Maxvnllle.( Wednesday.E. eral weeks. quartets taking part. This Lewis. A. Davis, deceased. are
p.m.. Midweek services Wed- Mrs. Mae Wells returned lo over the weekend.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Millard Harris M. Norton and son Max- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buff of will be the 114 Anniversaryfor hereby notified and required to
nesday evening. The pastor's Sunday after a very pleasant and Mrs. Clifton Smith and son of Maxvllle were ie visited relatives In Jacksonville : Jacksonville spent the week- Beluah Church. Everyoneis file any claims" or demand
LAWTEYBy son Rev. Bill Harvey broughtthe two weeks visit with Mr. and attended the funeral of Mr. visiting Ella Carter Sunday. Saturday.We end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. cordially Invited to attend. aid which estate. they may In the have office against of thounty

message Sunday morning Mrs. Ernest Wells, Williamand Smith's aunt in Walterboro, S. Mrs. Cuba Chesser and 'Mrs. welcome to our com- Cecil Whlthead. .. judiro or Bradford' Could
Enza BanchardAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAA Church of God I: Sunday Ernie !in Huntsvllle An.Mian C. !! Allen Mosley of Mlddleburg munity, Mr. and Mrs Harold Earl Crawford has been ty. Florida III the courthouse. at
School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a. ,Mary Julia Futch of Visiting over the weekendthe were visiting their sister" bra Ddivis. They are now livingin transferred to Orange Texasto Plastic Notebook 2.50:> at the Starkv iniinthD, Florida from within the date nix of calendar the-

m. and 7:30: p.m., YPE Wednesday Tallahassee! spent the weekend Leon; Wllkersons were Siram Padgett last Sunday. one of the Carl Johns work for an Indefinite TELEGKAPII. firm! publication ..r thin notice.
7:30: p.m. with Mrs. Joyce Futch and their son and. daughter-in-law, 'Debra Taylor of Jacksonville cabins. period. He hopes to be home Kiu>h claltin or d.."mand mint. be

WSCS met with Mrs. OrvllleBumgarncr Highland Baptist: Sunday other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond VVllker- pent Sunday with Nancy Miss Marlon Paulk of with his family for Thanks- TilE RIGHT POINT- for the place In wrltlnv.or. ruldi-m-e and iiumt and Mate poet-the<.f.
Thursday evening School 9:43: a.m. and 7 p.m., Mrs.[ Hester Hicks and Mrs. son and family of Parris Is- Carter. Jacksonville 'spent! the week- giving. way you write. Come In and flop address of the claimant, hi.
Nov. 2 with seven present Mrs. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m" Glen Shuford were visiting land, S. C. and !son-in-law and Mr. and Mn. Raymond Pad end with Mr. and Mrs. Maxie BEULAH HOMECOMINGThe : : : : select your favorite 2STEK-': agent or hi. attorney or It will

B L Wllkison rend the Bible Choir Practice Saturday relatives in Jacksonville during daughter, Mr. and Mrs. II E. gett and family of Jacksonville Carter, Sr. Beulah Baptist Church BROOK fountain pen. TELE- became Uctobrr void 21.according..\. ID6S. to law.

reference and iMrs. Efrle Miner 7 p.m. the week. Jones of Jacksonville. visited Herbert Padgett Mrs. Herbert Howze of will observe! their Homecoming : GICAPIL /./ I...:") }'. DAVIS
lend in prayer Airs. Bumgarner Sympathy Is extended to Debbie and Andy Andrewsof Mr. and Airs. Robert Carlton Sunday afternoon.We Fitzgerald Ga. and II. M. Sunday, Nov. 14. Rev. R. Administratrix or the Buttle of
presented the study book Mrs Glenn Shuford In ,the re- Wildwood! spent the week- and children of Jackson- were sorry to learn that Peavy of St. Petersburg were I* Taggart. pastor of the Lewis A. L>uvl4, dereaned.
and demonstrated with a film cent loan", of her father. Sam end with their grandparents, ville visited iMr. and Mrs. V. Elmer Carter underwent surgery Tuesday: overnight guests of church will bring the morning iTut: lull vrr. .u I>fa;',. ZSth.First A.I'ublii'atlon i 1'65.I on October t

on the subject. )During the Hicks in Jacksonville She has Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore L. Starling and family Sun- in St. Vincent's Hospitallast Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Peavy [ message. Dinner will be ('01 HT('01 IN \7'9.\:\<0". FI.Kflll
social/ time apple Juice and the thoughts and prayers of while their parents Mr. and day. Friday In Jacksonville. At and sona.Mr. served at 1 p. m. preceded by In re. Estate of 1.,3-21)5,. N. Temple Ave. ". .' '
inke were served. all her friends. Mrs. S. U. Andrews visited Mr. iMlsnes Gertie Faye and Vir- ,the last report he was doing and Mrs. Ernest Harris special singing In the after- l Lewis A. IntvlM, Deceased. I Starke 104i Florida II/II
IL'liiirch' .\rtlvltlivt Also friends of O. J. Anders and Mrs. Bill Royaler and ginia Cruce spent 'the weekend line. and Mrs. Charity Gllsson noon, with several visiting %tl'1'1/14' TC fJIKIIITOIIH: 'I,

Grace Methodist: Church sympathize with him in the family in Tifton, Ga. Mrs Roy with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Those from Clay 11111 attend- had as guests last weekend,

School( 9:15.: Worship 11 11.. m. death of his. sister Mrs. Cusslus aler will be remembered as Cruce., ing the Cattlemen's Association Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gltsson of a .
amt 7:30: p.m.. iMYF 8 p. m. < Wednesday preceded by Junior Starke last week. resident of Lawtey. and children of Jacksonvillewere : Mr. and (Mrs.\! Louie Carter Mrs. Francis Olisson and

and Senior choir: practice. I Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish visiting Mr and Mrs. and Nancy, Mr. .and Mrs. Mrs. Deane Beasley of Jack-
First Unptist: Sunday School attended 1 Family Life :Meeting and Mrs V. R. Reddish Paul Bennett and daughters George Carter and family Su- sonvllls.
10 a.m."orlhlp!: 11 a.m. and for ministers and their wives took 'part in a family dinnerat Sunday. sie Sherman, Lllla Mae Curler, Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Geiger
the home of Mrs. Lulu Mr. and Mrs. Frank Park- Bertie Manning and Sidney and Jimmy Bradley and

__ I, Norman, given by her children hurst of Orlando and Mr. and Blackmon. three daughters of Jackson I
.. in celebration of her ville were Sunday dinner gs't '' sf
'- ' I birthday Mrs. Robert Rosier of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor t4}
': :. .. : : ." ,, : anniversary. Approximately sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Jr. of Jacksonville visited Mr. guests of Mrs. J. M. Bradley.

I 100 children, grandchildren James Rosier Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Clifton Carter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oliver .
nieces nephews etc. from far I I of Jacksonville were weekend:

: and near enjoyed this happy Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Prevail. iMr. and Mrs. Julian Dixon guests of Mr. and:! Mrs. F. G. I

tJUARANTEEDP? event. and family have moved to enjoyed a weekend of fishing Conner: t
Mr.\ and Mrs. II. Fltzpalrick Gainesville where Mr. Prevatt with a friend, Mrs. Jean Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris!

and granddaughter, Ann Lewis will be employed with Jacks Mullun of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Charity OH.ssonhad r rI
were visiting Mrs Eflie Miner Mlnlt Market Etta Wordnn Mary Sclgler as supper guest Thurs
Sunday. Little Miss Vickie Reddishof and Mr. and Mrs Julian Dixon day. Elam Glisaon II of Mc- I "

S I fQ11111 Mrs.! G. L Peterson of Ar- Raiford spent the weekend, were in Jacksonville Sunday Rae.Mr. 1 1I
lington spent Sunday will with their grandparents, Mr. afternoon looking at homes to, and Mrs. H. E. Crawford > r't
Air. and Mrs R. K. Lee and and Mrs. L. M. McClellan. and three sons of Jack I : : \

family. Visiting Mr. and Mrs B. L. buy.The 3rd and 4th grades will I sonville were Sunday dinner I v ':

tNRIORWOII Mrs. Selma Eunice: spent the WilklHon were Mr. and 'Mrs be on ropey, t'als on TV I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald : :7 j t

11A Pt1111100D dd first part of ,the week withher Jerry Wilklson and daughterover during the Christmas holidays.Mr Crawford: and sons. .
I ppE11lU'A daughter Mrs. Joe Lane the weekend and Mr. anti and airs\ Clarence Mos Wayne Fuquay with the U.
SUPtIAlIMlO who underwent surgery Mon-\ Mrs. B. L. WUkison Jr., Mr. ley and family of Jacksonville S. Navy has completed special 4 4i74O

I I duy of last week. Mrs. Eunice and Mrs. Roger Edwards and spent the weekend In Clay Hill. training In Philadelphia, Pa. :
g a2 she is Improving nicely. and and Is now stationed In Ice- j
says family Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Alice Mosley Is spendIng $ j
-land. Wayne spent ten days
Jack Southerland and
Mrs
Rowe
all t
Coromaion uPy leave here with his family
the weekend with
baby spent I
on Sunday. with Mr. and1I's.: Clarence
Pmoew achckt1dClnlandn.w
Mlntad.l LdN Pnrae her parents Mr. and' :Mrs J. L>. Recent visitors, of the T. L. recently. His parents! are Mr.
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tarmuu yioOil
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Mrs. John
Mrs. Bud Brown of Key- and Fuquay.
IMC Wainwrlghtswere his two sisters .
..wnaw .
cornP amoow ar ,.,. Xt.
when am.oe1b
Mis. Ernest Harris and
itw cad or eulat stone Heights visited Mrs. M. Mrs. Alice Langford and M
0101'"mil anei.. ;ytMpO; L. Turner Monday afternoon. Mrs. Beulah Yopp of Lake But Mrs. Charity Ollsson! had as
wnelh',1o11h.orn.tl5Ibtu/n Clark. ler. luncheon guests Wednesday. ;'Still the best t ft)
end u+ Lake Mrs. Pearl Hall. \ and Mrs
I On Saturday night a birthday ,Miss) Sheila Henley of Kan- I Kingsley

dinner was given at the nnnvllle, Ws.| Is visiting her Wilt Knight of Green Cove to HAVE !1" !
home of Mr. and Mrs. 1*. B. grandparents( .Mr. and Mrs. W. Springs way money
Johns honoring a former pas M. ReciilUh. A grandson Ralph I'lrll. K.: SI. Noriw. Robin Elder spent th:? ...*. t tDeposIting
I'hoii' 083-2081:
weekend In the home of Mrs..
tor of their church. Rev. Char-
Secrest and family of Coum- in savings account
P. II. Lott Sr. of Hamptonas money a
les Williams of Jacksonville In bus, Ga. visited! during tho AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAJCIIUKCII
guest of Janice Lott. here-for safety plus interest-is still the
celebration! of his ''birthday. week. Henry rteddiah spent I.
Those taking part in this be- the weekend with his parents. SCHEDULES: Mrs. Cecil' Whitehead took c best way to have money (when you need .

4 and acre with flid'jt! H the Johns' were Mr. and I Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. Kingsley Lake Baptist her daughters Judy and want it most). You'l( have more too '
More yield profit per Mrs. Harold Alvarez and famIly Charles Harvey during the Church: Sunday School 0:45: Patti and Melody Cuttlno to or .
I
Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Thompson weekend were their son Rev. a. m. Morning Worship 11 visit the WAPE radio sta- if you add to your savings account here ,
SUPER RAINBOW m. Training Union 6:13: p. tion In Orange Park satur-
and the currant pastor Bill Harvey :Mrs. Harvey and a. regularly, every payday! ;
m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. day afternoon then Mrs.
Rev. Glenn Lawhon and family.
son, Danny of Jacksonville,
= extra cost refunded I m. Midweek Prayer Service, Whitehead and Patti visited
or r
your The honoree received
soma Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gibbs and lovely gifts. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Choir Mr. and Mrs W.. P. McKln- | Start saving here regularly' next payday. rI
daughter, Dale of Manerlnand
Rainbow I I
Jose cent! Super
You can't
a practice 8:30: p. m. Rev. B. ney while Judy and Melody:!
1I i takes the risk out of fertilizer buying. Mr. and Mrs. Bloom of 1
T. Peavy pastor "Come let attended a movie there.
}, Guaranteed to cost no morebutpays Tony Dorsey of Jacksonville Lake Butler.
you
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off lots more in extra profits. were visiting Mrs. Selma l Ku-: Mrs. Raymond Suber of us worship toxether. Mr. and Mrs Paul Jones of :
I Beulah Baptist Church: Tennessee were weekend visitors FLORIDABAH
;, nice and Mrs. B. 'A. NOI.tonduring Jacksonville' was visiting Mr.
GUARANTEED TOOl! See ul for deUHl. School Earl
RAINBOW 'the. week. Mrs. Scar: and Mrs. Luther Milliard Sun- Sunday 10 a. m. of Mr. and Mrs.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Crawford and family.
boro will be remembered
as
A. R. Johnson Farm Supply Lillian Frlgo a former. resident day.Recent surprise visitors of Training Union 6:30: p. m, I am happy to report; that BAH 1C ,AT; $VAittKE; 1 \ ; :
Is
of Lawtey.' Mr. and Mrs. Ohed Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Charity Ollsson Improved I
Pauley Midweek Service, from her
:Mr.[ and Mrs. J. Prayer enough re
E. Ruuler- ,
were Mr. Pauley's two sinters
Slarke, Florida Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. cent Illness to return to her
visited their One of 31 Banks of the Florida National
son son and whom he had not seen for Severn Group t tI
.. T. Tamiart pastor. "Everyone home In McRae. She h.u,
:'.: '" -:.: .' ".: _' '. -. ..: !1C I dniighhter-ln-law, Air. and Mrs 1 years Mr. and l Mrs. John welcome." been staying with her daughters -
Johnson of Whettier, Calls. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
sI
The Kingsley Lake WMTJ Mrs. Ernest Harris and I ,
and Mrs. Christine Blake of
ladles met at church Wednesday Mrs. Grady Bishop for sev I s,4t
Huntington, W. Va.
to study. the current f
missionary book titled 'J

TTYYYYTTYYYTTTYYTYYTTICLAY "Which Way Is Brazil?".
taught by Mrs.[ J. M. Bradley ]

HILLI Mrs.,. Mrs.B .T.E Ppavy.M. Norton A covered and Now 66 Chevelle Malibu by Chevrolet 1

dish luncheon was enjoyed I

t I Mrs. Howard Padgett at PERSONALS:noon.: 'I if( Two racy new

tl Y Phone Z89-4132:
\ Itsw+sl 1"-a1fi fI g Carla Jean Rii't Carlton I 1 w hardtops

ji I AAUUUaAA...... ... Paulk pent last weekend in j "
Gainesville! as* guests' of Mr ;:/ i ? A clean-sculptured new sport
We are happy to thh.. (
: report
I and Mrs. W. K. Mathl.1. Mr iftivj with rec.sled rear
I coup.
another one turned to the .
\ : Lord In Sunday morning worship Mrs. Mathi took them ,,,a,,. -- '- i window, and-for the first Urn.
on a til,) to Cedar Key on "
Mr. Arvll Crews of Bald... -, 't' f'a A-door CherNl SportS
\ win. The baptism will bo announced Sunday. S i a d n. Pick from 12 racy-look-
Mrs. Al Crosby( / of Starke a
litter' "or IngnewChwellesinall/or'66./
c We weie, glad to have Mr and Mrs. Chester Wood were ,.. $ i
and Mrs. Bob ;McClung( antifamily
with u.. night '- variety in the 66 Chevelle
Riinctuv' ;; w ;:, :;;r--
Also Mr. and Mrs. Richard; )I' -I ; lineup, but even more of what

Mosley:' Highland\ and.I LvmtCurler STARKEBUSINESS / Ii a makes a Chevelle a Chevelle.

of Gainesville.: Ag Say you T>i ic., a new Malibu :
Whitehead of Jacksonville j
Sport Se visited for the first time. Wel-
rome back tnytime.I'KK.HOV.1..X I new 22Ohp8.. You've got t tyouf'M'1f

: | quite a machine. i
&
DIRECTORYAUTO 1I\ ja
Erwootl Long of Jacksonville i Lit 1 r Or pick a Malibu Sport k'

.l ; -. visited Irene 1'adgett Sunday ,, +r ''h Coupe, equip- it with, the new i

1 '., t :. "ov nfternoon. REPAIRS M Slralo-bucket front seat, r
'" :=1
> > Donna) and
Jeff
Padgett of
JL:: i
." .. and! order the 275-hp V8.
,;;"'.....;." ........! \ ._ ,' ".n.... "_.... .. .._.... I Jacksonville visited their great- Earl's new "\
grandmother/ Mrs. Irene Pad. Garage I You've got yourself eve amore '

I gets\ over the weekend. AM. KINDS OF t machine. i

It's FUN..It's FLAMELESS Dinner guest of Mrs. Irene Al'TO HF.r.XIK WORK Or maybe you'd like to ..

Padgett( Sunday were: Margie All Work Guaranteed .tf r'-rh; ,:, j pick a new black-grilled[ SiJ '
Phone MIBBe1Ae I I
MoHley' of MtdUleburg. Mr. and
a" <+ .. 096 Coupe or Convertible. :;
:Mm. Bill of Mrs. Walnut. Stark '
Sapp Starke, +
,, Electric! Cooking is Cleaner, Cooler Shirley Padgett and children 1 I (Standard engine is a Turbo f%nri

Faster. Safer Cheaper tooAn I and Mrs Betty Padgett of AUTO SEKVICK: *r Y jet 395 V8 with 3"-5lp.: And ',
/ Jacksonville.' ; ''f a there also a 360-hp version t tI

auto atic electric range adds such joy to1' visited Mr.\ and:Mr., Mrs.and Louie Carter F.I Gilbert S., Brown 11' '. 3 y-aa y ; i r you can specify.) :\owyou're I';

Williamson, of Mrs. M. Standard Oil rfervtre" Station I I k i;; ,?' d' a got yourself the moat. t
Halcherville w
living, and today it's so much cheaper to go ALL .Met Tuesday i\lghl. I 'TL\S : y aepl Which 66 Chevelle for ,:'.
TIRttTTtnus:! :
Mr*. Arvll Crews of Baldwin z+. ,., ,r you The answer to that t
electric. Five major rate reductions have helped underwent surgery in the Baptist Budget Phone Term-964-7071 Road Service covert a lot more ground than
f
I hospital in Jacksonville 1 And that'
here.
jQ7 N. StarkoHURST'S e1' we can
Tempi
I educe the average price paid per residential kilo. last Tuesday. Mrs Crews Is '.. j11 where your Chevrolet dealer: 1
home with her
watt hour 31% below just 10 years ago! See the and Mrs Horace" parent WhlteheuJ Mr.of Y f+ r+ COQIOin..

\ 'Maxvllle. :Mrs. Crews la the' Service Station
new modern electric ranges- and in colors, too- granddaughter of Mr. and. Mr\ I Ga Oil fabrication

Hardy' Padgett of Clay Hill. I I I rilll.tJPS!" '"fi6" -
l at your appliance dealer now. Mrs Polly Grlftls and Lvtha I I Goodyear. Tire & Batteries. '66 CktttU J/oZi6 Sport Coupe (fortyrouiuT) and new -door Haiti Sport SeJan. $' '
Hell Sweat of Lawtey were ROAD SERVICE!: 1

visiting afternoon.Mr.! In. Clay Hill Saturday I I SHEET: METAL: WORK See the new '66 Chevrolet Chevelle, Chevy II, Corsair and Corvette at'your dealer's! ,

: ..
snit< Mrs. Robert. Rob( ) ,
: L -j i Carter have purchased. a ne.w'i' Thompson Sheet I 09H4

hone trailer at Clay HIU by Metal WorksAll !

the highway. Types Metal) Work { WALT INC
HULICK CHEVROLET
eV:!:: Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Pa.lgett ESTIMATES FABRICATIONAND =
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of
was Sunday dinner guest
ELo iIIOAjpQw. E R & LIGHT.... C 0-11-pAMY Mr. and Mr. Horace "'hlt.,4 .-I = INSTALLATION.:: .I
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! MELROSE LAKE GENEVA .11


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KEYSTONE i Asks Clarifying I Called Off

i Of Jurisdiction
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I At the Ttiemliiy' nlprht meeting Duo To Delay

I HIGHLIGHTS of the l Keystone Heights. 'I

City Cimiull u letter wat rend A referendum on leasing: thKeyntone
front the municipal" jmltre. C Airport to the KeyatonoStarke -

t By Emily Thomas II I II UnberHtroh re>iii.-..flnt) rlnilriciitlon I: Airport AuthorNIV.

Phones ( \ : of hit jiirlMtlu.. 'tliuial : achtHliileil. for Otic. 7. hns

limit. txinenrniKM; .nervl'<'" of bt'n! ......tl..>o.1.
I Day 473-1666 Nile 473-I3S9; I I .pnx. .e<<.n from tlm niunlflml| I The nctlon wan taken at ariHlul

..... courts! Arcorillnif to the City .. eetlnjf of the Key.stiimi .
I __ l4any families: enjoy taking to dabble In the gaideu. '
.
ft Sunday afternoon ride to aftioce There ate seveial precautions I proiciM la liinltiil to the terrltorlal last ThurtdayOounrtl ,

of intei'as t or scenic attraction which: should be taken :| limits of Clay nnd Itrail- Chairman 3itl Heamulil
of which there are to prevent' damage! I rum lord cuuntleM. nn>l A tefxiemeIs the attlun waa, taken b.-

msuiy In this area of the frot. beginning with. plenty liui.le to rloll.Ll Mtllll.lt'lH ntuKo Clov. llayditn Burn had

....e. One of the leuer uf water, Plants are less HWKt.( which.. limit the trrrltorlnl delaymi the apporntment of

known pacev] which hat' foiMtny .damaged:: in a sudden trtetsf MELROSE limits of "sorvli of pro- the nin authority\ numbers
years held a faaclnaJton > there Is enough moisture at teta fit mi. miintclpiil' ( court tutho and that. the ntHeannry steps

lor us U Fort Ueormlatend. their roots and Uie waimth, I (untlnus, of the ruiinty In In rexartl U the referendum
at the northern bank of the water evaporating I \\ hid h th. rtly U locutnl. After f'Oulol not be tuknn In tlm to

of the mouth pf the St. John from the soil will laise tha I Mitnm .11..1..11111.. tlm null meet th. :l11-<1..y deadline ,b ,for*

> River east of Jacksonville temperature at giound level ter waa leferrnl to the i-lty the election In December.Itenm .

fMnce the ciUp fall weathet If frost threatens a thorough attorney for utiuly ami rmnmlunniliilton ....let. referendum will\
I Iw tild' at a latr ditto, attar
t?never (alls to seize us with soaking will save many ten
**suif urse to travel, we encasnped der plants and shrubs Also' ItiHik 1'iimiHlTh the (lovernor iuttk.M thot ap

\ with childien and you should keep plenty ol city rt-KlHtnillon. .. Imukw polntmonta.Garden.

picnic supper to Ft Oeorge covering materials on hand "a puigiil tif U: names ufliernoiM

Rafter. lunch. for the early front* whichoccur who hml iiiovml out ofKnjitlttnn Club
.. '
after warm weather .. or wr dt-cmiivil I. AcruriltiiK "
Ool by way of Baldwin I'
...; were on the lnterstattitfhway < A November coll snap can do j to City CIf'IIJny llnker Of The Lakes Has
and In no tlmttttovurh mote damage to many of the In t th* new ivglstiatlliook & Luncheon
Meeting
Jacksonville; >> anj out !subtropical plants than low j Homecoming' ]j ,". I bnliiK "1111.11..1| l ut till.

W-J the airport for a fewJ temperature* later In the > i tlm..., aiitoniittlu purirln of Th Olll'dElIClilb of the
,
't winter. nlme the plants IMTMOIM. who huv f.itlwl tovoto
J hoars' stop at the JatkaonlvMk ar .. iMke.i met at the home ofMm.
To not yet In a peilod of dormancy -- within 'it twit-your. 1'.1..1r"1Il 38
attraction Oct.
Zoo. an Roy mtdue* on
},,avln.tae In coveiliitt your their liiot b.illotlnK will for a covered dl h luncheon.The .
>... ) con we traveled on oni'th ilants. do not allow the maeiUl Bunncll Takes I [ Red f tak. pliii'it, thua elimimitlnxHi I It tablet:' were ...et on the
f Ft Oeorge road whlcl"i to touch the foliage! I earn t n i" ONMty of u I'uiglnK\ SVHiiUui .- ptttln .and a delicious lunch-

,;wanders! alone the northerr4Mfc1t ut Instead make a U-nt I Named Head tOil WIM enjoynt b" the 34memnera
of the 8&. John* Hive I around the plant with sticks 28-6 VictoryOver II In other IIIMIIII'HN, Mrs.. KoyDitilKi'ft and irumt. .*.
J ts mouth. Included In th torn which to d:ape thoxerlng I u reiiiiientHllv! |. '.. olth
I II Noel Lake of tlie University
=ts at the terminus of th material Since It ijtually Indians I | Of Colt Club KuVHtolui. llelnlitrtiiiiiin'. of FlorUU' showed slides!

are ruins of the oldes, handy many gardenis I l'l"b. I lecrlvml I Ih* ruiiiull'SnriiilHMl .. df lundarape teHliiM and l
bby' houses in the I
';Amelia' Wand which alst ectlve cover. but 111.alt' i' ktone Indian* :28In! last Frlday's I the Keyatone lolf and Country trviw, Mini,. Nhruk>hrjfHlnnii and trrs romplpttfly" hardy for

t_, t. one of th* oldest goltpw ubjectlng the plant to un- plgiikln ea! ,h played atI Clirit li"KI WiHlnewUyiilnht \ th. tliien hiiniiii-n. block* tills aie.ii! ''', Includlivii Uie wind*
.. urn sine the plaMIc Intendfles I I Bunnell I Nov 3, at the. Cluv! CoO nf l..nMriK'* Illvil, south front' mill palm, uolden rain tn. e-,

t.fjft\e\ Tatbot I.'land SUt the sun's rays. The prlnjtry 'I The IndIan,'. only score |> iiKNtliiit room oftli'cis llwy ion Hhe Htntp.1. Hint tli* and cape. honeysuckle. II*
*" k..n ooeanfront retreuarea purpose of coteiliig' In' rame on the end of a 70-yard I and (IhertuiN wrri* elerted for 11"111'" | wiia liolng nxnlnleil. UVexrwrtx : "IIIIe'lt..1.| that before dolna

1 which ruu: north old weather Is to lelaln th- I II |I pats. play from Mickey Broka j I UIM, 1 11)0.1id( club yvitrChuMii from tilt. tlnlvrlty IIf| any. plantltui a complete plan

r the St John, some o (continued on next "afel I, to Stefan Brokai to Oary I ...... << MI iiexHint WI'"a WIliintley r'loililx, ami Hint the .ruoji'i'lvtoiild oil paper M. deslrmbleRi'ixii .

irgext sand. dunes In th Coo>er who till fl'd the ball ov- Hrarrmnvltli' lUll ha of Ik:In I ly InitluUil. onArNir M f r<>in comm I U")

. .. excellent for saitj ski License Cases I ec for a TD In the Ian mlnatet I ,, .. tlmltli. vliH piMlilcnl' lionsld iMylli chairman. followed Mrs Iiatliiyv
ant surfing, and 1 arron I II of the ...iwcoix quat'terBunnell t' W Hli.ukleotil(( i.evrelaiy. ; .. Omnvll Mlmi ."Uh.lr"'I..1"' president. arulO1ancM
river the Marport Navne. I Heard In alio corrt: In the I '" > Allx-it\ li\;. Itifhitiann.nwlMunt tint city altornvy Io hamll. .. the date of Ute annual

with I Its Blgajitle' airt City Court __and quarter niaklnr at 7.6 '_M :_ .. A--Ioo.. (Htcmtiiry', I'lruiuntTollos I f III. Mil Ie ut.14 auipltirt.. !IJntaTrmixr. ChrUliiuu. rtnlir ait Dec.! 9 and
carriers, of which the In Keystone's f.vor.t the lie.nurcr.. siul WiilterMulilhofvr. \ \wlmh IMS )HIII. *lui*.1 l lat 10.
(Bifterprlae and another wete half I u-iHlnttnt tr.lI8. Hi,* aujMirt, |t.. l I'r. tt"IIR.lnl'JCIof
In a npf>dal Monday nUeht Ground Breaking Ceremoniesl | Tlie, rlirti will 'old, Its re.ru-
InHportEnterpilse .to one olth ..-..1.'" of K"y.lonfmllnk'lp"t Bunnell dominated Uie soorln uierThe | U"IvlllA, rconiinnil' !' tar monthly mertlnic on NovIM .
*) largest ocean veMela In I In the Kerond half with \boiiKl uf dlnttms Inili fiiun' KeyMon Htul. IliinUt
I"un
r | Mrs Freinnnl -
C\tv H IliKmtmh the home of
I .
court. Jmtfr l I.r, .\. C', Iln4|, |>*Kl..r uf UH. > Coiiiiiiunlly 4 linn. h of Hry,,l I..n*. 1I.laht... I"I ..Jei John. Ilelil'ei': '. John I I at
.th*| world and after having ronttnuol th* <."... a- Bulldog qll.rtC'I'b"rt. Walton t I'rtiNUtoitt N W MnnlcnbxrKbwiui T<>U.... rieaw note :
1 It for the rim time, wr. 1Ca1nat. Fr.d mkJ.. of KeyMon Coward cUimJntf the bonus I p..t.. nnMl. llftlnc' tI.., Hr..l iipiMletuI. ..f enrlh al craiuiiUtmtklns; femiMmkHt fur llaniiiiond" Iliiy 'lyrt. aiitl '1"OtulM'r. IIIUUMH.. authorising him torvwrit clianue of date to t>ne weekearllar .

certain that nothing dlOUIf..1 with fnllure In obtain points Itw new n*..% Mnrlimry I...... "fMiniUv' nH rnlii,(. Thf ulil. <,kMrch Mrurlur* hh ".. Hi* not mi tli.* nietrued than "AUtl.!. KmmettO.

fa pooaibly! e-XCM It in a rtty orrupathmal Hern**, to Kerntone's undaunted' I I -i. remn' ..... MM! the ..lle .U elraml. ami reiuly for eimnlrurtkin ol llw. newnwlldms At the.. himlnefct, meetliuccoiMliu until m.>mle.* wpm. rI .. Mi. .( all. CUy County

and still float. There U Nov 23 at which time a ruling< roach LM Rhoden bad praise 'I ;. HU> .II*| .b> hiM-kcrMiMl' art* mmnlior* uf lit* .rhulr will. I he. wf Hi Inlhnanl 'ted by at'lliitf |Met- I 1..1".1. | by the city with which AuMit will speak, on 'air lay*
,
good fbchlng<<, !rood ....Im1. will be mad for his boys after fYtday nl the rhwrcn.MELROSE, Uent Jolui !IMfflnl. It waa'' In mak Hi* iiM>mnt ilu* atA nln of plants\ .and propaca
.. and good seafood eat- nUht'a *MneMvJmr Ute pointed out Uiat tlie Llub ha.1a It"""" Km... I U lf!, or.t-.rnelllit.. ...
-"" ." D<..-.K..l "" rontrnrtor -
,
In the TTtelroarh I leflr1ency of 1.300 lit Uie ..
arem whole team played"well( 'lillr' wn* rixiil from PaulHtiivor
OVRDRM>C) NFUDue < cUlma... he !. m>t r.<|Hir..l rltej Injuries a* one of'Keyntone's 'I r............ ..... .1 j' Bazaar I IUH4.05/ 4H>eitliin. broiiirhtsbmit coiii'ernliiK. hM'
to pun h > an nrcupittWinntttfpnx Miss K. H. S.Contest Fall inaliiteiianrerunla I" 'k the ah l dimrTh .
to the enthusiastic N- r bl. problem I by liUher ..1.rur Hi* ulty In WIIIII1.1. Ins; s H tin *<
txtiiu, ** h. iliM>a no Tlie, /ineinl>erlilp Cnunlv Mherlffa OfHe
anil Unco Cl/ty -
"e en to oui column which With onlv 13 vanity plaremaubntltutlon And Luncheon Hi.* |I.xivliii| .of n .. .
work wlthkn the rity limits SetNovember |, > wan silvlmtl that the. \ *. I I" Inv"-II.,,""..
,
becoindifficult
.cmrcied gardening tips wer Hi* l\eylnn" lleuch nl III* .'"
.*. permanently adding this'fjpture ', Th..It)' rofitends ttinl) l lmitlntalnn Rhoden atd that JnhnnMuon. '> Set For Nov. 17 b'lIlI'l 1 of llirctoi had voted' I'KiiMM' Th* i.....n..1. piiKun.l. n I

f once a month for ourTasters. an offtre 'in hm, Injured In the .am' Hy Xillr Knlhhamnwr.MunUns I' 30 Th. ,minimi, Iliimar"" anilI Io .ellmliiat the iharne fur mot h in to let bliU un thl.* pruJoit -
home which U located wtthtnsjit t I nine-hole pluy .n.1 l rham .aba I ARE TERMITES
I .
with the help of with Hamilton Cminty 11' ..... .... "........".....a' .Inmhmn. "|1..1. | liy I th* Mt ,an early ilut. I
city limit. and thervfurcMh "" I I ,lc II ) Kii
,;(JJ.Uli Zike. local noitlculifturVt. \ two week" avo, did not pla* The se , < which should prove a I ...I.i be r.qu.r"] iMitim>red bv with M,. It N H.in'l-rUrvitv tux. niniiy w..t

tIAI to those .of IM who kne\ th.I llconoe. and Jeff Batts .were both In-1 I Melro e besU ll'll 58-20 the anntiii! ilotl will be held, i. KI\" 'letul i..hiilrninn. will "h<* pluyitl. 111* kliident howver "Mnlil by; Hi* rnuncll.. fur inv : YOUR HOME?
A almlUr riuw Bgnlnut LooHill luted In the with th* I IBulldoKS Hwttfrman p"iMd to retniiln the "IMIII. ...tiii
cam IHlly Tue d>iy Nov 30 at the held 1 'In t hi- ..I'I""U..nlll' hlllt'l.'I IInU ''nl In nhiirt-lerm HUVrnmetit I
KEYSTONE Keyrtnn KrHg. owner Few was Injured In I John Alb'ii. for the flr t woie I whool. utartlnii at p. mConlentatiti onV>..ln...,1 iv No17 !llufrilil additlTrea boitil* Th* rleik wit* VRKKINSI'KCTION
J! waa h.arti by th* court about the first quarter and Batta In i for Melnwe Wayne Williams, .wilt bP Jud e' f rum 1. n in to p m. ..urer Tnllrs 'leniliHlmli Instructed' Io ilrnl. IhrmiKh Ih* !

Drive-In Theatre Iwo' weeks ago. At that tlm the aerond Batta leturn-d' to I\ of Bell ncored two U>urhdans on beauty. |mln.*>. and araiV iinrheon will t h.. aervei. i dllh mrmlier.,* Hint the Fe<.1.1 leial l- loc'"l bunk. .on thl* tranmtrllonStorage
'.1. UllL who ....Im.... ho h...l notrwelved the came and played' durina In the flrnt quarter Alt Blrls In rrades I thrnu' h fnmi 12 n.x.n until 3 p m atn exit*.* Us wiiuld, !>. removed I I

U Sat t -Nov. 12. 13: a nol k'* a.>b *. pnkl the IM rnn* fmt 01( I fl polnu for MeliOM* CM If In this hUhlhtht of III* > rents fur children, Tea. r'iffe .January' I S. luiM and nail that' It'
Double Feature' 1OOO and a penalty of IJIJVOWoman's Crescent CityPreview Kirk seated a pulnts for ", ..I- whool year *. and sweets will h* nerved a ,imlnliNia, way 'In" which a 539! I K. TaN' 9ttl.19:' ) SMUKRHEE

roM and Ji. J''>rd Clarence the I for I extra taken would' ,IM> to In-
I H.rfK-rwvn ui
Club to Billy a parad of aults. followedby tn rom* In nnd .brow,** .
klnHnxnirnt point MuAlarm scored II the m..lln. of formalwear ".whll enjoying refrevhnienta ,iMeaiie! the due* to 1130..: ..(tll"l A .t..ritf! | i>)iil itiljuinl InIh -
Crosseyed Lion Hears District Keyotone's next pli" neeorvl rinretitly .. j
City I more points In the and the rruwnln" of toqlJ..n. A >Win! I fiuitur. of th. ll.tMnr amount *. mln: llohhunl. r..I.n... .*
Is Crescent Allen /lj[ wlili, 'h liwlude, Ih*
quarter by Hiim srtj and a first. and aecond ctiariK-d nn f f..k* .' I I.. Mirteil i
AndZebra Director Speak The game will b* played ondescent's II. will |.- amall niemrnliM'afuMttUmml lax A million wa' made anxlrarrl 1 ItriMiklyn r"| Insurance Agency
I<< "mn..rupF.nt.lt.lnm"n& from on* of th. In h..v* to>*n tMirnl"rl ol WHII*
nlahtKlrkoff .
field. Friday the htunecomIIW I i to aiWI, tit* encln, tanrllffeieiue
in Mrs. T K Whltely. of lime. S p m Crw.eent .- I' At half tlm tl.. will !tlfO provided hroni* of lh. .. ..hi rhuri h byWtlltiun heilllinllUIn Km.* iliirlnK. Iho |Mt twowrolt General Insurance
crowned by til difS
'
n... mrvttar\ queen was throuvhout the even- .
Orala DMtrhrt 1.1-1 record Kew' "Myntery. |tI.>KM" 'liirilon looU. ihuliiMIW
City hold a of the fontlmll !team. January lUll"ArtC'r OAMI'tl.TV! "' MA.
the Kitchen of the Florida J"N1..raUon" ol Captain Inc ,..lln a whr.ltxirrinv .n.1 l lw.>ii I..cr- -
... far this neawtn with ..IIOYf'f' John Allen Hophormn* atOn 'A 111 H!*> \\M on mil*, as w 'oniklersble dUcusxlon KINK. .. \I'T _HONIKJKyt :
before i ..
Woman s Ctubn. spok CaUahan Fla H and BLotir C'hrlntnias itlft* itml I ru>vlIIM i mt n uf .nifHor nil 1 *r* wnionxIh
1....., - - -- flmir returdlnj
1'the Keystone HetsrhU Wom- *. Ha.. tlruc'* Bjnnell. and IC..nUnu..J NV t ----- ------ of alt kln.ln. aivl, the faiiilllur from III! Hem* '1'1..1..1'| l .t 'tnrlntiy .n.* lUlfhts, 4T1-47M: "
> .lefU-ll. aslraw
ai f.". Club on the topic of IOM NOTES "Whll Klrphant': nrllle the tlitli flimrwlal < : WIM. ftirriol by break. '
Their only NEWS '
St Joseph .
Uken favor
Hillot a
(
! .. Club Work' at their merlin has been to Hamilton County Republican j I < / '. lh" l ar* always I m> |M>|1''Ulor iMonimeiulatliMi toth -
Uit>
y. Turwlay antS] they tied one with'\ 'h .Helen. I.n UK< .wmlarmua'niertlriM '

; A revort was nude cm the DYING I Candidate I II .."...."......"..".."AA.....". >th,r llefra fin _l I.. will Inlil lnMrd anil,of(fI"'M'I.1 a | report ,
3OC ; clvle improvement pt'Ojf'C't oli Keystonewon last year* Visits Area < r'' I nf jwvln*; Uie
3 2 2'i ,i the flub wherein trtry plan lame .with. Crescent City. 70 i ot:" f'IMTTIKIKINOKH i 'hnnilwurk nrul plant .Mtq..uun
j to beautify the L .rene ; Chsrlr. K Hotley n"*,pu*>- liri. IM.I I Th (Milll u inr.lMlly.. .In. walkway Intu. Die clubluKtne.

Blvd bu..tne. area throtMh QUICK FACTS ABOUT i:, Itcsn raiidldat* for covernor I I Keyttonr lleliitiU Chspt !1 i vlte.l to (... .,. In ami bo.w: *.,,, broiuhl. up. th*In proMthsvlitu |la*'
.
' I the planting of shade tre sand CRrsCKXT CTTYFJOt lof Florida In the 1IM4 elc-\ Oftt; hoiiorrd AJMHM (at* ......In.1. .b rn plaied
;
( Kuy Two flet: Three) | Klnei. and U was rl *-
<
b
&hf'parlnn. OliU Mae. year's
.ttrut>t>I'rJ'.1tm1r *>UAfENT 00CtVFERrNCK tlona atupp> "d by KeynloiieHeMit I j Orand Matron
i had
.,.. thu mtortn to Rt Johns Motidsy ut a swlnnUirou Hlevhetv' uf th.- Ufand Jurndfalknt I l.irted that, tli,* club
On All Plant Keystone th. sttractlve appt River. Clans BNICKNAME .h the northeaittern. of t10r Ida vti her ; In Our Nursery ranc* which was "Vwt with RebetaCOtOW part of the state Iti Ills rampauin i flclat iiLpectli>n as deputy to. tractor who, wrmM h*> ilolnw
the wtdrnin\ of the bnul- Re-1 and WWte fur state. chalrniarwirUpof Woe thy Orand Matron Kthl PiPt < oilier, w>rk .bically. thua rediMInc -

;I doted !Sunday yard The plan haa bv.n.mfi COACH Kelly n..rlltt the Itepublk pwrty In Keller. Aim* Uie' Orand Patron << \ th* rmi of th* wutk

to treat advantac* In a number 8. RrTY>RO 0tOLTTTERMEN t M...Ida I Knnakl Uno,. .l'a.1 t tOrartd I but that 'timu.' > ,had bn Ui
Cleman's clU In Florida\ with Matron Vrrna Itrk* '.i...i to dit A.. a tmmrry |
Nursery of ** : ISOFFKNSE t> ftt Aucuatlne .
Rnrout j .
....
I mmended
>
It r
t'tO\l' ma ur*
\
amile Walter
t
cult'f 'i1nj\ e Win TI afteriwm meellna { and iiutOratid Pstruna
l Illway I.... H, MlloaMR of the MtrarU Mil In C.naOabln ,, nvnc, P" ..., T for and, an JacluondU ffW. part7\\ .Fentte-ll and Dr Oarrls I' .bUtkvtlMll. practire; that a b"Mtrd walk ,beUwlalbit .
liiiys
I "" ITIIarurnt
.
until mor |
T > at llillrr l a
Heyt MM and Lincoln Rand on I! TTRONO POfNTH- good dl l\llr. hainx** of th! need. t were honored Jr1l..t.. There; tUrted. Nu, <*tiitxrT. '111* klrlai' '" OMiWI ,b* applied
aurfailrMt
Miami Beach. attack. .. of the'KvpuMican were xn..,aJ't Orand I I jrersll !team, running for firm Iraderitilp! hate already, tjeen praeUcliitfat .
PfyTTNTtAt WFJ\XMt3W: I party, and ...M ,; from tin- n.llIvlll'l MrlrmM HctMMjl .,na. amiii .

Weak d-ferwlve t>nt!. and Uiat lie .was. re""v.>:JJrx to a Chapter J
I no err*. Ipt'O'd requcat fnxn a number of i I, Oreen Cove Hprlnv*. wtlll I IliM\ trv lime* and da''*. It Ui Food Sale Set
The Bradford County Telegraph I 1 I : New Yotk. I '
from
Inrtudln .
Reptibltc n leaders 'I M i l.eiK-voJ, ... thai we UI tiav*
Qualifying j I 1 mme who supfxted ottier A briquet wa* enjoyed: t.J |t uutatandlriM. ln this year For Saturday Shopping's breeze with
a
| of U. l IV". ,t..c-I Ut M meml.r* at l I. your
randtdafti l lIloltey I abr IJ.UI I and when uur m-v ym
The Paperith the M.....1 :NKWS: ArMxit. >1..lr--o Deadline For ] at 8'I' i lit* K.T.ton* Woman, ',
Uolklair KesUu ar>&
I Un"I lra << built u .IU b* everi"" bvtr
Indian I teach, and Keyntooe lI.ilrhlA. Candidates said that he hajI I' m nv MperUl ruiuteayriorwir !! Th (olkj.ii>. rlutM of "junior fhi. .. will hold a fowl aal I. Special Checking Account. .

I I urted up a su/prtoln* number .rut the Or.ntt Anr1iMdtrvn andr>;If' hUh. artojiilh Friday mnrdln from 9mm

NOW ON SALE A meetl 1:.< ha been called ot Mipporters In th* iwnallI wa* a ant ralm I.I wid nwlnn I "U., h"h yPVv until if.>n hi front ut th! *
with proved. Why coTeah. ri..lt l Klnf Uhen
.
'pfwt offx* money
for 7 :30 p m Nov 19, 101 I I count* of FInrWJa In hm ftmanship. bJatortcal portrayal of J certify candidates for the1 I I fun.. c.. ...... and ..."" matr- life from Mrth to I.., pre.*ot Uelencw ..'Wit. arxl >...imir *.lmtr.u Shop, you curl par on the p"t and

AT FORI'S GROCERY Keystone rlty election and w*. honored pmttlon Mr 'jsnetIlayrwr Hontemakrt* of America ToI <*> display"" will bit a far.* ju-l "writ*" your money, with the hep of
.
...ted for t>wmbrr 7. *trordin '. mlth thw .enthusta\ with recent. bri'l of Karl I I join K Club I'fl liav to have variety ut r.ome preparedfu !'!JH'f'11I1 I ('hf't'ldnlC ,\rrNinl here.nd no
IV MEI.KOSE: to ctty clerk. Joy vhM they received. his llaynor. rendered a luvlya a letter In at .lr*..t oti* *u .rtI ..H. IncliMtlns: carm r| H- minimum ,Iwl.inre rf"flulrC'C'| 'l. (Check with u.1!
HAII"rA declaration for &Jla candidacy ,k> I Bll.veOrai j I I a rut B>t. Ckib nvm ...r. mitali _. caMnolea, btewd and

Or For Home Delivery number I of off tret wB] be The ..l Chp r of lhjuruJ i iJ1uIIrt" i .liar. an arrr.** ol Mt utI __u ...""I.Ic'" ", ....,dlne
tOted on In the uprocntMel tAirlna hU. vUtt In trraunty >. Jun..J". I"on r I hrtler' fUudenta who HetMi, to Mr. j.ihn nini' pr *tdnthi
Call Billy Jo Chance rtion athoiMt>> trr* hate ltot>r aW net with tho> of F'nt CHsridrrmiicr CO two rluto* un In on* for Uie, ( .* .wll. M. nno of th> wltlM. .* KEYSTONE STATE BANK

been no annramrwl r ndl- Haroll IfllL of Ortor* IiJet. ", ..uon Cray, .la'maklrxi 1 flntl. half Of lh.. .but [.TU..| r.rv.* of tnurl* evr < 475-5191 .... al .Member F.D.I.C. Key...ltm. llel (ht.. FtVour *.
tate.. to daif Trie q'ullfrtructw ''RlUhlw.n 8La""" Cbmm1ttl.. "pclal pUn. /or I and I*.* otoer lit ti) .> t rmi* a *

>d .. orn ami n.. wofftr Man for Clay County wrnb CTirUlma* at tri* Mawr,...1 j 1 half Tttn** ,isTt .MorHilfttr. tf< Friendly' flank In Vour FrUndly

For SuhMcHption* Hy Mall. Contactlr __2ft., *> mnut re..,tt.** a\ll\ runnlnc for r-le Horn* In Tampa Auurtat .ntF rlul, report to study hall ......... ..........." 11.2. .. .la* "
I >, .. Sally Rnthhammer >''f"lrnooe Cf1rn" .lIt with th ('ommiinfty.

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TilE RIGHT POINT for
nlng to diminish and. that he theme was Melrose Beat Bell.)) drawn 'by Mrs. Malmfrren l al board meeting will be called 2-Car Crash r son-in-law and daughter Mr. l lunch with us. betcha' knew way you write. Come In anj th,

KEYSTONE should be back in harness Student Council theme was during a chalk! talk before to arrange for the Christmas and Mr. David Reed and two In dOH I"g. I'll select your favorite ESTER.
be
would sure
jefore long. Target For Homecoming. The the club last year were sold. program. On Highway 26 sons also of Jacksonville came already that it 20-20 foresightthan BROOK fountain pen. TELl;. .

HILITES NEW ARRIVAL winners were FFA first pi ize. The proceeds from the sale COMMUNITY CHURCH In Melrose down and then on Sunday better to have GRAPH. .

Announcement Is made of The Chorus for second prize. will be added to the clubs Mrs. Thomas Norwood's they were visited by their other our 20-20 hindsIght0Wdidn't

the birth of a daughter Sandra and: the FHA for third prize. scholarship fund. Circle will meet at the homeof Two cars were involved in aon-ln-Iaw and daughter, chat Be seeing you. By Bmilah M Moody

(From Preceeding: Page) Lee. to Mr. ard Mrs. Eddie Rothhammer' on a Junior Women's Club Mrs. Charles Titus with a rear end collision about 2 Mr. and Mrs. iDolph Reddish Deputy CI.rk.10/11 4t II)
i
Bennie Jackson on Monday 49 yard run scored for Mel- meeting will be held Thurs- Miss Margaret Allhouse as p.m. Saturday on state road I and children 'of Starke. '!Mrs ?

natural ground heat, which. evening. The baby Is the rose in the last -half and Billy day evening: at 8 p. m. co-hostess. Mrs. Clarence Davis' 26 In Melrose. Carpenter Is still recuperating Keystone Area

if not allowed to escape will daughter of the former Roberson scored again for CHURCH NEWS circle meets with Mrs. L. According to Investigating from her recent surgery ana .

keep the plant warm under Karolyn Kaufmann. and the Mustangs.. Beating. Bell)) Mrs. John Ross Is receiving C. Stripling; Mrs. Robert FlIP! Trooper F. C. Fowell the plans to be in full retirement Church Service II ...1It;: ('HT'T COI'HT or \>\

the covering. joins a sister Deborah two 58 to 20.Meirose. donations to 'Mrs. Constance Dodd's Circle at the home of accident occured when ThomasW. around the first of the new P..OHIORlta.TIt J|.nll.I'L )
(IHCIIT. J\I:\ A1O:\ :
Now Is the time to plant and one-half years. Little held a Homecoming Austin Memorial to be dedi- Mrs. Olive Stevens. with her Powell 21, Waldo slowedhis year. HHtUPOIIU COI"Tr": POll

Bwettpeas pansles and poppies Sandra is the granddaughter Dance after the game in cated on Nov 28. as part of s later, Mrs. Mabel Husbandsas 1959 OldsmobIle ,becauseof Mr. and !Afrs. Mike Adamt Fi.oiuiu4.il enCKHV.

for spring bloom In the of the George Kaufmanns honor of the Queen and her Methodist Church Parsonage co-hostess: Mrs. Henry something In his eye. and and son Mack are looking _Baptist CR \O. i.i-n7i.:

tjarden.! and cabbage seeds and:! great-granddaughter of court. Dedication Service. Mlckle's circle will meet at was rammed from the rear bya forward to haVing Kenny First Baptist! Rev. J. D Clfcftrin tn reI: Petition Euctn. of Grlffl. "

should! be put out two weeks Mrs. R. C. Pckle. all of Key- SCHOOL NEWS Alachua Sub-District MYF the home of Mrs. Cecil 8. O'- 1969 Pontiac being driven I folks visit with them. Mr. and Sowen. pastor: Ralph! Cope' for the adoption of

before the first frost, which stone. Tuesday evening: FHA held Rally will be held at the Brien i and Mrs. M. A. Schroeder' by Hilda M. Clark 40. of Gain Mrs. Earl Brice, Sr. of Bron. and.. organist. ADOPTION '
'usually comes around CHURCH NEWS Hawthorne Methodist Church circle will meet with Worship services : Sunday Henley' D.Lrnar Lynch and
son and Earl
an initiation for the new esville. Both cars were travel- Brice Jr. 01 Kevin Lee Lornrh Minor

Thanksgiving. First Baptist The No- members at the home of their 7:30: ( p. m. Mrs. Robert Ferre)). These big at a legal rate of speed Douglas, Ga. are all due to arrive 11 a. m. 7:30: p. m. [nurserjwnJ. :S 0'1'11)

For those who like color vember business meeting of I teacher Mrs. S. R. Stevenson. Day Apart (WSCS I at five circles meet at 1::30 p.m. when the mishap occured. for a nice weekend family ). Wednesday. 7:30: p. m To: CAHROLL. It, I..YNCH
Indoors this Is an excellent School 9:43: a. m 401 N. R.': Tenth Street
the Women's Missionary Un- Trinity Methodist Mrs. Elmer Howe's morning Sunday
Twenty-two attendedthe parsonage. occurred. There were no injur- visit together.We Oaln..vm.. Florida"
time to Insure a green winterIn ion was held last Tuesday meeting. New membersare Bring paint brushes at 9 a. circle meet at 9:30: a. m. Hostesses ies. understand we have a nursery open). Training Union You are hereby. notified. tht. '

the home with some : morning at the church. with Phyllis Odom. Diane will be Mrs. Gerald newly-wed 6:30: p. m. I nU'l'S< : couple living amongst
Mrs. Clark : with -
'blooms besides. Plants with I m.The Cultoerson and Oestrei- was charged Clifton Ku..ne Griffin, hat
Mrs. Robert Ennis presiding MYF Is now changed Mrs. III..
Addison. Connie Morris. Bet- u. now. Mr. and MrsJohn ,
failure to have her vehicle :
under In the
varegated leaves add color. In the absence of the president to 6:30: m. Sunday nights. cher. The meeting place depends petition abuvemylcnourt .
Huff Peggy Rothhammer, p. Thomas Cox ,; the .
sy control. are occupy. St. Williams Pr. Thoma < for adoption >f !ih(
and there number of
are a Mrs. Frej! Kills. Follow- PERSONALSMrs. on access to Mrs. Cul-
: child named
Denise Qllrie Joyce Klemons Ing Tommy's folk. cot tag. In charge; Mrs nlnnr therein tn4
priest
these available in many varieties ing the business meeting a Dale Weghorst. Bobble Bun- H. T. Smith of Lake ,berson home in Park-O- here since their last Kelly, you are required Iff ah..w "'si 0""
and sizes. Geranium' under Mrs LivingstonWins wedding 3. A. Lamm organist. why the name shouM nm, I M
program on "My Church thick VIcki Oornto. Karen Santa Fe visited her slater Palms as the roads are Friday In Jacksonville. Mrs
9:15 a. rn by serving
will Masses: Sunday : ranted a I-ODJ uj f
please with their colorful
Hearing and Obeying" was Hill Judy Ormsbee Mara Mrs. F. W. Murray Jr., in construction. Members will Ladies Cox was the former Mil: lions 5 to 5:30: p. m. each, Sat- your written defenses.. If .n,.
blooms, as will afrtcan conducted by Mrs. Margaret Yarborough Martha Mat- Jacksonville)) last week also be notified. The Nlghtengales Bonnye Duerr of that upon 0"0"110 ''II./ Pl$"T"e, P

violets. For those who like to Duhamel. Eight members and ,hews. Rachel Ashley. Phyllis Mr. and Mrs. C. Cheshire and will meet at 7:43: p. m. with Flag TourneyMrs. Both of ,these city jrday. BenedictIon Drawer 1MO. Htarke, PurliU AI
young folks art Novena and torn.y for Petitioner, ami h til.,.
)
be there
dlffeient some
are
All Mrs. Ida and daughter. -
two visitors were present. grandson Larry from Pompano Gentry
and Carol Chlappini. .
Harper employed In Jacksonville anc i Inv th orlKlnal therein wlik
7:30 m.
bigger plants that are adapt- 'adles of the church are in- The Homecoming Parade Beach, and Mr. and Lillian. Rebeccas will\! day Livingston fin- plan to commute for Monday, : p. the Clerk of .Maid Court Iho,.

able to Indoor uqe and vhlc': '!too to attend these monthly left school at 2:00: Friday Mrs. T. Cheshire and grandson meet at 8 p. m. with Mrs. ished with one stroke under hours. working _InterdemonlnatlonalCommunity wine it decree may l h. ..",...>4avalnet

bloom continually On" 01 and Mrs. her handicap to win the la you irrantlnir aald. .adnp.,,
meetings which are held on and marched through Mel- from Alachua. spent the Kenneth Cooper (Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lotl Church Di'i. I ion "

these Is atutllon, or as most the first TuesdaY'. during the rose and back to the school week with them. Thomas Gregory, cohostess.A dies' Flag Tournament last have completed several C Hott. minister: Mrs WITNESS: my hnnd. and toil l lf '.

people kncrw it. the flowerin) \ !' mornIng An Interesting serIes grounds. It was led by Deputy Mrs. Gilbert' Reed's mother Home Talents programWAS Thursday in the nine holesof new feorge Canova, organist ") said court at Htarke Flfirlrii.tht. .
maple. This does an excellent held at the general play that preceded the cottages on their place ant., ZSncl day of O<',oh.. \ I nID8S. )
of programs has been Jimmy Price. There were Is visiting with her this week. School. 9:30: a. m .
are very happy to have then Sunday I
job if given some sunlight. DIanne:! for the year and It floats. built by the differentorganizations Mrs. Dorothy Sweetland. of meeting of the Community monthly meeting of the Key- already occupied by aomi Morning Worship.! 11 a. m CHERUBS A. I>AKBV

Phllotiendrons:! some In many will enable those who attend of the school. Rochester N. Y. is visiting Church Women. The Annual stone Women's Oolf Associ I ItTurserr' both hours] Clerk of the Circuit "imttBy
more newly weds. open
shapes and sizes some sImple to get a deeper understanding Majorettes Boy Scouts Troop Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. Conference of the Fellowshipof ation. am sorry /./ fharle. A. Oarb. )

and some exotic. to suit of their church and its 109. and cars representing Mrs. Ada Roberson Is recuperating Community Churches was The Gordon: Adams "Play- I failed to get their names, -Epl co..al Clerk

any purpose or location since function in the communitynd local business. / at the home of her held at the Temple Terrace house" was the scene of the I but we would like to make i St. Anne's Rev. W. W buS 4t 11/11

they can do without sunlight world.A thin daughter Mrs. John Ross Church In Tampa, Oct. 17- business! meeting and luncheon. them welcome to Indian Beach I WorstaM). vicar; R. O. Copeland -

and under extreme conditions I Something new added after the Alachua 19. "Mother" Holt Invited a at which time It was an- area anyway. .
at
night surgery organist.Morning .
family banquet year was the cheerleaders Mrs. Wilbur I. Thf ... Of Tb. r....if ,
Inside a house. will be held tonight bringingthe Oeneral Hospital In Gaines few guests to a tea party at I nounced that the local group Neal gave mea Prayer an.! Sermon J...... Hrmtfnrd <-...... KlwId

HERE N THERE church stewardship dr)veto riding:! on horses. The queen ville. her home. as each one I had been Invited to become a good fishing, report on hubby p 2nd and 4th Bun and attendants were in con- In r.- K.tat. of Etta O He .
H. "Red": he has been ay&I >
A. Malmgren Is presently back the highlights charter member of an inter- catchinga I .
a close. All members of Mr. and Mrs. David Williams brought 9:30 m (nursery I I .x-ai.. d.
in Nashville, Tenn. where vertibles loaned by Hawes- few bass along but he got'I : a. erTo ,........
the church and their friends t M/. and son from Gainesville of the cqnference. Mrs. Frank I city nine hole golf group be- Holy Eucharist and aerrnon. I All Creditor. Aol
Powers
Motors Mr. and Clarm Or Iiotnandi
he will eight nice buss, Having ;
attend the wedding one day thli
Ilgen that 16 of the ing formed at this time. I
last
are invited to attend this I E. F. Alkew Mr. and Mrs. visited Melrose reported 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A Against Brld KMBte
of his granddaughter, Ruth- event, which' will be held in Eugene Sapp and Mr. and weekend and also attendedthe 21 Community Churches In' which Includes Ocala. and week. This gentleman Is quitea M. I nursery open). Churol You and earn of :you ar. nor*.
ana Lott. to Clifton Abel on fisherman In anyone's languagedon't by notified and required t< prt
Fri the Florida Fellowship were Starke. Action was deferredon :
the Keystone School lunch Mrs. James Sikes. The home- Homecoming game School: 9:30: A. M. "Holy EU cent any cla.lm. and demand
Saturday. He plans to return room. the day night. represented:! at the meeting. acceptance until the next you agree? r-harUt S a. m. each Sunday.? which you. or .H"., of yol.may .
coming was sponsored by
home Nov. 19. Mr. aicalnt the eatatt ifKtta i
Mrs. William Walz received meeting. and Mrs. Chuck Pardee have
JR. WOMAN'S CLUB cheerleaders. Mr. and Mrs. Orant Roth- :Evening!: Prayer. 7:30: P. M C'. Hoover deoeaaed lat '.
A visitor to Keystone Monday hamer left congratulations as she was i Plans were made for providing had a letter from their soil ,,, .
The regular business meetIng -, DUPLICATE BRIDGE last week and are each Sunday. EYC. 6:=?' P. M of irald County' to th. Cnunn
wa.s Dr. Wilfred AMridge., now spending some time in elected treasurer of the \ food for the Saturday Chuckle on Tuesday. He told) Juils.. of liradlord County PI. r
: of the Keystone JunIorWoman's Tied for first place were each Sunday. Ida at hi. office; In the Munhou :
former
minister at the Com Chokaloskee. Women's Division of the Fel evening supper to ''be given them of his departure for Viet t tNeesi.
paid County at StarS, '
Club Is for Dally offices of Morning
slated Mrs. Mary Cook. Miss Iva tdf ))1
munity Church who now Oscar Roberson from Port lowship. Others giving reports for the participants In the' Chuckle Is expecting to, : within .lx .-alimlirmonth. ,
lives and Is the minister of tonight [Thursday) at 7:31: HHlyer Mrs. Paley Boyd and and Evening Prayer, 8:00: A from the' tlm. nf 'h' .
a Included Mrs. John Men's Invitational Oolf leave hi. California base be : ; )
Orange, is visiting his mother. L of Chic null'
in the Clay Co-Op meeting Mrs. John Strawn.. 3rd. places : M. and 5:00: P. M. fires publication
church In Yulee. Dr. and Mrs. Ada Roberson. Bird Mrs. Alma Frost and Tournament. scheduled for tween Nov. 25: and Nov. 30, reach claim" or d.mand shall ben .'

Mrs. Aldrldge lived in Key- conducted room. The by program Mrs.! Jack will Miller be-, Mrs.were Mrs.John W. J. Orollck McCullough.and I t I Mrs. Teehla McOrlff from I Mrs. David Kelson. Nov' 19. 20. and 21. A social We plan to pass along hla ad: Presbyterian \II....writing of' rMldenr'ant .nh.ll and.tat.pow the if f )';

stone In the late 1040's. and of Melrose who will Fourth places were Mrs. Ray Jacksonville Is spending: this The Rummage Sale of the hour will precede the supperIIIIlth dress as soon as he gets this 0 Faith Presbyterian Churcn flee addrertd of the i-l.lnnnl f
,
have maintained many week with her sister Mrs. H weekend of Oct. 21 was a, the schedule to be an- destination so we can all, -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., minister and .hall b. .worn. to br tlw '
demonstrate decorations and Becker and Mrs. Philip Kro- claimant hi. .. nt. or hi. a.i itorney. ,
friendships in this ares. ideas for Christmas. Mrs. mer. T. Smith. financial success and the nounced at a later date. The make it a neighborly effort to, ; Mrs Carl Swtaher. summer and any such claim ;r ',\

Stopping by for lunch anda Miller Is widely known In the, WOMEN'S CLUB Mrs. Larry Thompson and evening circle chalmen are I tournament Is expected to attract get a letter off to him. lie I U I organist-: Richard Schni- demand not *<) fll.d .hall l W
\
short visit with the Ralph area for her talent in the The Melrose Women's Club children Larry Jr. and Sharon -' grateful for the donations a number of outstanding doing a lot for u_.to a letter berger violinist void. James E. .(.h..... .

Thomases Monday were from Orlando. spent last', and assistance Tendered by P North Florida !golfers. too much to ask of u? A. .*. ".r of the ,lju..t Will>
Natalie and Charles Holley Christmas gift line. Refreshments met Nov. 3 with a goodly)) I Sunday SchooL 9:43:: ft. m and testament of Ktta CHou'
the Church Women. The net MIXED BEST BALL Mr. and
week with her and Mrs.
sister Mr. Herbert Mile
will .
be served at the number present. A delicious Morning Worship. 11 1 a. m lOr, deceaaedFlrxt
of St. Petersburg. Holley a $161.64. and the Winners of the sixth round I share Nov 4. iiiII'S !
: close of the meeting.MELROSE. luncheon was served by a',' Mrs. Olynn Rothhammer and return was their happiness. thin Sunday (Nursery open both 1>'.I>lIoallo. .
former state ll'ti'
representative left-overs given to a of the Mixed Best-ball Sun-' week 41
were with
attending the Homecominggame I everyone over the,
committee made up of Mrs., hours.!
and gubernatorial candidate Ella Negro church for their sale day Tourney were Mrs. Ed I 'of
C. A. Ford. Mrs. H. S. 'Dull, were. Miss Jane success what a few art lea p.ions
attended the Florida-Georgia Hussey and Marshall Gallop,, In <-...lr Jndae*. ("...'. I. A"
: Wesley from Orlando. Chester for their .
young son Randy
!football) in Jacksonville Mrs. M. C. King and Mrs. F.r Bradford .'eSSt". ....,...
game Dock Tison. Wesley. Nancy Hudson who scored a net of 30 I have lead to. He Is a student Iv "O"'IITY Jl vstac.U rotfrr'. Ratal of Cyru. Bin

last weekend with his wife,, Mrs. Canning Young of 1 Miss Nancy Wesley, and Mr. PEACE PIPEPATTER strokes for the nine holes of in Mr. Jeanette iMcGrath'f '1'\1' M. rON flHtOFOHK worth In r. H*.m. d...-..edXOTICK .
and several 'I''T.1.OtU.....
filling
was speak Gainesville talked on Chi and Mrs. C. R. Wesley from play. Tied for second with a I fifth grade claw in Melroae. In r* hXat: ot : TU l CHKDITOI18'

ing engagements in this part I (From preceding page) nese cooking. She has writ Gainesville. Saturday morn net of 32: were three pairs, Randy ... the distinction of -'r.'" V. "Klum' .. det..d.OTI All creditor)RH.worth of Beam.the entile*,.-,*.'oCyru1 ..
of the state In the <
early tendant was Phyllis Harper: ten a cook book on the sub ing Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brokas; having some of hi. art work .A" 'redltnr.(.M. Tit ot< IIF-IIITOH1 tttm ... *r. hereby notlflrtrl end. rquired .
week.
u'.I. of r
escorted by Doug Oberman. ject and expects to have the, Thompson and children came (From Pl'ereec1lng( Page) Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis of r placed on the bulletin board In FretS F Fiiim' rt...-....d. are to Vil. any claim. .or "*.
ON TilE MEND Atlanta Mrs. E. P. Menzen .r.by nniirt.a mand. which they mr 55aiiilnat "
out. ; I Ji and
the MelroM iulril
to
Mrs. Herbeit Nelson tLul 1 I The Jr. attendant was Con- books on sale before Christ for the last period. and Frank DenBIeyker.Rescue High School. Special HiTi any rl.lma' o' < .n>.nd. Mild ..tt. In th. .,m,-

reports that she is out of the Ii i nie King escorted by James mas. The club will receive a: The Indians played Bun- emphasis Is being placed they m.y h.T. ...In..t! of the county judge of Brartf. >r,<
..
commission books sold on "National Education Week" .101 lam, |n lh. offie. of ,h. County Florida In th* ""
WI e. The Sr. attendant was on any nell)) last Friday at Bunnell.
hospital and home again o..nrl"" wttSS'
Judge .
I ot Dr.dt..d ( house at Htark.' Florlrt*
feeling much better. and I Marilyn Buz escorted ''by by members. NEWS NOTESFrom The final score was 28-6 in; Unit there this week. Randy Is still I Eri'torIIe" 'In the .."'.'Iho."Olin..,.. ill calendar month from *"

wishes to thank those who II I David Chlappinl. The Home A business meeting followed favor of Bunnell.)) and this Gives AssistIn Interested In lessons -- any ralondar.1 t ''It.rk.' ""P'InrIda within all dat. of th. fIrst publlratlon *

sent notes and flowers to her coming Queen Vicki Oornto presided over by the was the first Homecoming available teacher in the area IJoans ..t rh. tIlIt month puhll..allon from th. dale this nolle. Eachlain. <" *4..'
of tar uth. writing
during ,her hospItalization. escorted by Larry Price. The president Mrs. E. D. Long ( Preceeding Page) (game' they have won In three 3 Searches mother. MI'tI.V.. 8 I mupt n..I1.. ..b.F..h In rl.lm or d..m.a"I must mand rnullt..al. the b. In pl.... nr rtiitnrr

floats shown Beta Club of five I Bryant of Alnm Ga. has WritIng and muse p addrew .f'
It were necker. The names years. spent 'tat., Ih. plaro and poet office
Les was good to see Mayor with their theme as Boot women were 'presented for i Keystone Chapter is arrangIng -: It is almost the end of the The Clay County Civil Defense a week here with the Mile* pO.1 offir' "dr..e or r..ldon.ot Ih. rla'm.. 'sad I th. claimant'. and mullC l I.. eW'ito .
Bensley around and about I .'
.
Bell.)) The Chorus theme was membership and It was voted I i for slips with names of football season for Keystone Rescue Unit assisted in family recently the"n& and 'mu.t be .worn to by by the claimant. will hi PtOOU'"
this past weekend. His Injuries guests at the searches<< for three missing 'lalment hi.. ...iit. or h'a' nr hi. attorney, or It
still the of shown as I Though I to invite them to become r home. for chap- We have two more game Miss Judy Weber of St. Vin .IIII.n.l"" or It will bat'om old aocordlna; to I law
require use a I
Thought of Football.)) TheFFA members of the club. I ter members to send Christmas one away and one at home. persons last month. one ol I cents School of Nursing In . cane. but he says that the greetings to. them a child lost In the Lake N""n.b.. 4' 1545. ...... Beam Thornton'
theme MustangsTrample A silent auction held Christmas This Frktay's will be at Jacksonville got to
aches and pains are begin. was << was game come downon './ "CLFt, ... THOIIXTOX.Ei.outrlx .
Bulldogs FHA in which flower pictures!I gifts are to be marked for boy Crescent CIty. and the last I Oenova area as well as a Friday for a weekend viait .:'erUtr5r ot the COUOV F..I.: 01 THF.KMA. BHAM of th. B.t.t. .f CT
p
I or girl and will be broughtto game will be with Lake But. thi ee-day 'hunt for an alleged I with her family Mr. and Mr I DiMA5, ,... S p'. Fum". .,.... mm Bll.worth n.am. d.r

the chapter Christmas ler here. suspect In a rape case according James G. Robbins Gary. Billy' *"...r." at PIEHCE Law THOMAS' PIKWKto
I party Dec. 21. Mrs. to a report made>: by and 11.1S North *. :North T.mpl. AU
Josephine Students received their, Jim. 'Mr. and Mn J. H i Tvnipt AT.. Voi '
., >n
I k.. First ubllcatlrm
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE Florl.lar. '
Reed. chairman director Ray E. Chance.
of the
Ways school pictures last Friday', Smith of Jacksonville also "'i 1'.1 puhll".rlon tu".

and Means Committee is You can buy them all for The county group received II I came by. picked up Mrs Rut. II. laSs.liIl! on So".m".r 11'4 4'' LiS1

working on a Variety Show. $3 09. 18 boxes of medicine for bin,.' father. William StrUk- 't 15I ----- ,

BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES The date Is tentatively set for Our Student Council has I 200 bed emergency hospital I land and went on to % I -

I Nov. 20 at 8 p. m. in the Masonic come up with a student prior to federal Inspection of r the Gulf for the weekend t I'll 01IT."%..\ Fon.II ISLE'S: .'DI liT HOUSEHOLDPESTS

Hall. Price, $1. Home handbook called Teepee Tidbits the facilities on Oct. 26. A. they returned on Sunday, C ..CTY. PI.iiHiis"It.. U''HI I .

talent and special featuresare for 60 Assistance was given in a In r. .:"'.1.. .>t
-------- cents. This book they .topped to< visit for awhile John
being planned. will)) alii freak accident on Highway, W "lnhol.IOOP. d..t. V 5'iui--i
AUTO REPAIR NURSERY be very helpful for I and Judy went back to Jack ''''fI'lI: To ( ,

Illnesses reported were students. It Includes the rulesof I 100 on Oct. 39. when a boat I onvllle ",'IUth_ Air ,'red....,. ot RSiiT9H.Ih. V

O.C.Carnes Nursery that Mrs Kitty McOlave Is the school some of the C caught fire as It was being I i friends. On Tuesday.family Mr. John. W. Plnho/J".r., / ..I.la.....ot

T V Service Center. Goetzman Bros. still confined to her bed. due cheers. and many other facts I towed by a motorist. Strk-klund accompanied HI 10 h..bl"tU." noeifl.,1 and r.'lulr, '
a
Hlway 100. Florahome 23
to The Civil Defense Rescue party .ny cialmi' or 01..
GarageREPAIR Miles SB of Starke a relapse of her cold and you will need' each day. S out of Gainesville to ..nd. Which Ih..
the .
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near pneumonia attack. Mrs. The Units are fully trained to give I ...'"..r nsrhay. ,
J. K. TItlES Proprietor Nursery Stock Thousands Seniors are selling I Williams Fish Camp at Otter n... said eatat.. In ''h. of
WORK of Plant ft Fruit Lillian King is seriously ill sweat shirts for 91: each. aid In all emergencies Creek. The nit ''h. 'Ounll"" u4q. n'
t.ad'or"
A.thorlzed Motorola Phllc Trees to choose from. Nice are short sleeve with I from thu camp via the Wac- .urlh".... at I4r.,..
Sales and Service "
MOTOR BODY PAINTING Shade Tr *s. Rvergrean I Bay. Sympathy Is extendedto blue and white lettering I or man. and are on rail I citmMA. River Into the Within' .1. "siend' ', Vinila morllb..
PORTABLJIJELDlNO her on the death of her at all times for this service Gulf ton from 'th. dat.. of !!
Service On All Makes\ & Landscape Plants. All in spelling Xeystone Indian, >h. They Ih. first pub
came '
containers plant any' only 'brother<< and near relative with an Indian in the mid Consult your local telephone n9 in witn "il'Sliufl'' i ? ,M.' notice, ......,.h I I
string of 23 lalrn' .If
1Iow..iOutboard1Ioten trout Umand.
TV RADIO STEREO Also lawn time. Camellias A azaleas. I In Jacksonville last directory for the telephone and red n.ti.t b> writ
week. b.... !In. and n..1. .'.'. I
dle.Mr. Ih.
(OLOR TV Let \a do your 1nnd caplnw. Mrs.! Amy McElrath Is having Benson has Introduceda I number of the local Clay P ,,-. had a abort '>r ....$*nc. .nd| peer of fir.plaee' 4.| I
Ph. 681-5665 Nights and 1 trouble with County Civil Defense Unit. note from dress ot Ih" i l 1.lment Then
her and is new and
Work Guaranteed-TV Rental)I Hwy 21 Keystone Heights eyes system for buying I the Jim Cilia h. miivt
worn
Keystone Height. 478-4081 Next to Drive-In Theatre unable to attend meetings. lunches. Every morning between Vehicles used by the unit I spent some Urns after the t' t to by hl", the rUim.ai, '

Phone 473-8104* & ONE-HALF MILEOFF Hostesses( for the refresh- 8 and 8:30.: lunch tickets are emergency rooms on I I et their cottage. M.this weekend It .,irnh"r? ... "nh'*Mftrnyr.........dln.. 9643965Florida I

F Nlt A Sun. 473-3183 HIGHWAY :301 menu and social hour were << will be on sale. You may r wheels and Includes:! a complete *d on comment t'" 'law
,359 Acres three-fourths Mrs. Hazel chair- buy supply of first aid I our road and w, admit,I Nuv"ml""rO I. ,4.A4mini.ir1. '. j
I McKay a single ticket for one p I that
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Dryer Special! It to better than W 1I.t II.T ..., :
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cleared 5-room man; Mrs. Alma equipment including a renus- WMh C I
AUTO SERVICE ; house outbuildings Frost and day. which will cost 33: cenU, board we have iIm ,
iPeismeni,
4 ] Some repair !Mrs. Martha Beam or a ticket for a week, costIn '- i dialer 'I on. I am been drtvlnj I S55 So of :;: is.tai. : f Joan I
Cycles only $129W.T. still w
The November! 16th meetIng $160.The curious *. to Iinh.i.' '.,. d....._. I
needed. Good farming and I WHY TIIOM.'IC Pest
Could it to P"UC": '
( ) will be the 'Vvyvvyvyyy yvy vvvvV'VlINDIAN the t (th. :
chapter'sbirthday. t-
HENDERSON'SService cattle land. $137.50 per ac. deadline for buying I money borrowed from Pr.w.r )MI" I
NEW & USED TV and a memorial your annual Is Nov. 16. There < the sec.Jndou'y -11..11.. rii.rida' Control
ro..I
program will dedicate the will be projects am. I P'u' l.ul"lcalion" ,
Center no extra annuals this BEACH! SO..b.r I
re.S.E.McKay from our are* ami II. I'" CO.
AND APPLIANCES Realtor Electric Star and the Associate year so you' will have to buy I to this ar, 11 II It |} 2 CHEMICAL _,
Standard Oil Product i app--.nent i ? 4lr ,
(With !8i>rlceWheeler > KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Patron's chair in memoryof them now. Price Is 14 50. iI Gill *iaw-;
i ROAD SERVICE: (Lake Santa F I .*** U the hoi I
the *) ** due on r.--;:;::
johnson Outboard Phone 473-4S16 departed sisters. Mrs. A "duck artf cover drill I I side of e4cl*I OT I ; :'.:F':*oJr. _

1 Discount Sale A Service I Edith Thornquist and Mrs. for testing the emenrencyalarm Sir. Jaek: F. Miller. Sr.4AAAAAkAAAAAAAAAAAAA. some of the road .raa*I I.. 1'1...,. q'..,,. Mru4f....
when ..
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l 1-.;:; IAUUANT4Beidler's" this road WM .. P'leeWa.
APPLIANCE Tackle Ruby Wlg Ins. system was held Nov originally! f ,. C .....,"
STORE FtHhlng huntingFqnlpsirentBoate.Trsiiers
I don, do r... ::01". .
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AARP CHAPTER: NEWS 8. In doing this :you slide -t It create quite e I Vtoor.n, It,....
Highway 21 Between FUEL OIL-KEnOSEN HJ Holiday The AARP Chapter held desks! together to protect you In talking with my' nei|
:Melrone and Keystone Intersection Hwy 21-10O Restaurant an executive board meeting from shattering glass, then bore this' weok I found manyof rated in helping u, seek hell, iVICF.) Tn APPF.AR

I'll. MHrotie 473-2101 _K yeton Height. 473-4907 on Thursday, Nov. 4. at duck under the desk: for protection them feeling under the wee forme, *o come on teople Msp a,. h.r.. I,"R.,, I
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Under New OwnorahlpGIL which ther. After diacuaalng the voice you opinion. cult. Ce, ." 50,111.4 ths4 e
releases from Assistant from flying objects.Reporters DI.or.. ".. ... ..
fileS
PARKIIE.SPhie : Mia.
Director of Field Operation.David symptom, we have all come S Mellnrta'\ You Yow I .eatn.. .'", ..n rll. 5bo. named
Fond Moderatalv Pricei' to the (encral conclusion th.t blood of TUh... C"urt an. .'1.. snd .
BEAUTY SHOP Jeffrey the Scottle and Airman yor ar. 1'-
explained Thomas .
OFFICE SUPPLIES OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY ''iuird. ..... .
it Is not a brand new vinw Charles of .. mopy of your
new efl.w.
Pull' I)lnn.r Lunches' program for chapters. Debbie InklebargerPlaillo Air Turner r p "I'I.ading' 10 .is. I
'' Force rotn.
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I just bad case of "tAx-ttna.. Ease, plaint
President Marshall Donald- Albany. C., oa tll. P''nUtC'a' '
Abs Curt*-Italian 1".1.s..r'I1 ..At'orn.y -
t PRINTINGS SUPERIORBUTEE Woe toJe! How about ?' pent the H'tn, R. A. ,
Weekend ur....
1'Usa Pies. till :MklnlteRRICR Egan. chapter president the you with us S &. J,
t SHOP chapter president that the Notebook n.n at the New taxes !hit kind of hard I Melinda and I w... called M p Fl aJ7J., "L"1a, .-'_.iu"r3 I

OFFSET THE FRIENDLY SHOP 1 Block North of Red Light sale of fruit cakes ls under TELEGRAPH out here ao dow it seem natural Saturday night With tnews sad I ") ''b. zrsr&3zo'v 1 Per Day

KEYSTONE!:: HEIGHTS way. Chapter members are to you to expect a little that we had just I loae our Say. !\ .... n; "b.fnre Uti ALL NEW POaTABI.JS:
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Open from 9 Till 5 more. rvcogntllon- like police uncle : In, orloerw". I
urged to place orders with 'elntoeb. -, o. .11....,_
Six D*y. a>. Week USED CARS better roads and wFzjzm ? of Mid Coin5151.1 I
protection
Bradford County Mr. Ethel Weyman. vice trip W\ll .. tsi,.. .. eon'_
TilE RIGHT POINT lee tW I less ? there on ..4byy'rae. .... EmersonDabiner's
After & By Appointment Oniy Hanks Used Cars president' phone 473-4215. rncmqulto Sunday to b* with ,. ,
Mr. end< Mrs. D. W. Carpon- the family aDd ... .00Ir. aliati .. 'O"I1..d
Members! are advised that returned ,
Telegraph way **a writ. Cam fat t4 on .rh .
Cecil
tne'
Nettle atrtcMwrry. Owner and 3-T Shop Oame Parties of the chapter tar had guests this' pst week Tuesday for tunerat in all.. ..,.k. I.for the four munese.

I Dot McMlchael. Operator m-lll be changed from month elect year favorite BSTEB- end. Mrs. Carpenter's twin Orange Lake and t-termant In '':eest y Tei.55p... Bradford

'Starke Ph. 964-3101 Shop Phone 473-433O Buy Sell TradeBiwsy I to month. 11'113the next one sister Mrs. Helen Walker of Aldntoah. Jack's flthec. 3r 1 5..D.. .... this Itl" "4ai at Octo.
J Home Phone. 473-3098 100. 8 ml. South BROOK r.unUtn" >-. TILSGRAfrf. Eunice MUler un.laiCA1.1 E. Call Ph. 9691111'T."F '
of Starke I scheduled for Nov 30 at St. Jckaonrrtle, ) we here for the of CatnwllB. I :)12 :

Anne'a Parish House. A spec- weekend. On Saturday taelr 'came over on Monday aad Ita4 CRARL/ItII. /: A. W .
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dents, Wt per rent. had been i drinking cirivviw were c' were visiting Sunday after!' ,! Dove Season's I drinking according to Pnde I, at lu ult. where only 61 'percent ,i warning driver. that the greatest -

Christ Is noon.Mra.. '' County official! i' of the non-drinkinff. drivers nlgnlfleani Ending in the
RECREATION NEWS I :! Mattte Davis Mrs First Phase I, ".-, )rldl\.a Trooper' have were at fault. I I study waa that. 41 per cent of

Zelda Rhoden and John Cobbof Hunters' are reminded thai. male, 1\8': PWI arrests during The Commander. I 18 quick to 1 I I the "Innocfnt not-at-fault"

The AnswerBy Gainesville a attended services< have few more the fret" .;,lit months of point out! aim. that. the racial I i i: dead driver' were killed In accklonta -
II they only a
Bantam Football. League get across their opponents goal at Oak Grove Primitive Baptist days In which to hunt dove '65" sail. the Patrol Commander drinking drtvnr in most. awes with drinking driver ;
Results Church, north of "and they will continue is pmt a* deadly behind the "The drinking driver has I
of the first the Brat dove
games played; line in quarter but and later laCClen-1. during phase'
Rev. Charles Harvey Saturday, Nov. 6: in the early minutes of the ny Sunday Khoden's sister.. ;Mrs. Gus- seaaun, which closes. at sun- their all-out effort to'' wheel oa the drunk driver but proven to be a murderous
Mra. curb this fatal accldont-caus- : harder to catch until he make menace on the highway and f
1st Game: Conner Insurance 2nd period Johns provided the down November>> 7. The second
Pastor First Baptist Church 12; Holiday Inn, 0. first excitement of the game ale Crawford ISt.. George and phase will open state-wide atnoon. Ing; factor since studies hovel that fatal .('('Ident"ftl..ingml therefore if you're going to \
Oa Wednesday night they \ ahow-n 'hat 02: cent of the' takeo. drink DON'T DRIVE" .dv_.- t
Conner 20 and per
their second 2 November
won \ with a 40 yd. TD run. With Waldo attended ('on-I
Fla. Bitbb of -
Lawtey. Mrs E. H. ed Ji
consecutive game by downing |' minute remaining In the 3rd the revival at Oak tinue for 16 days of hunting. Klrkman. Irl._. ".
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-- Holiday Inn 12-0 and by virtueof I, quarter, Johns added another Tabernacle In rkwlng at sunwn. IKH- 5.
Faith
Isaiah, the great 'M SIIlanic' way coming up out of the water the win moved into undisputed 6 points as he went In from I Grove The spvoint!' \ bear. hunts !in

prophet. foretold some aeven he saw the heavens opened, second place in the lea- the, 10 yard lIne, Johns' 3rd Fairbanks Mr. end Mrs Grovcr Johnson the Apnhtchicohi end ,. Osceola\ .\ If like going
centuries In advance of another and the 'spirit' like a dove de- you ,
gue standings. The return to touchdown of the game came Charleston National Forests close Nov. 0, Y

prophet that also would be cendlnjr upon Him. And there action of PealJohns., who had with 6 seconds showing on the < and S. C.grandson visited Mr.: of and Mr*. and the special archery hunt "first class" you'll like this '}
come who would a came a voice from heaven been out with an injury. bol- oreboivrd, clock. He raced 1 und on the Kglin': Military K,,aur- ,

prophet of the 'Meanlah'. that saying "Thou art my beloved stered the Conner offensive. around end (for 8 yards and Mr.H. E.grad Starling Airs. Bridie:recently Slarltng vatlun chow t>n.,- "lt hour after SMJTH-CORONA Traveler.. ; '
was to come for we read "The lIOn. in whom I am well pleas The first. quarter of the game the 18-0.win for Southern Dis sundown Nov. 7. The arch s ;
voice of him that crleth in thewildemeD. ed." Mark 1: 9. 10. 11. end Sheila of Miami were visover .
failed to Oonlrt Wildlife
produce any scoringby count. In four games now Ring the weekend.fr... ery hunt on the -::
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Prepare ye the way Herein lies a message for all either. team, and with only Dale Johns has scored 10 Starlingami! Sheila will visit Management Area. and p,.
dernesa. Prepare ye the way men, Christ Dame. In fulfillment one minute remaining in the touchdowns and 2 extra points everyday archery hunting on sae
for few days with her
a
par-
of the Lord make straight in of all Scripture. His. birth was 2nd quarter Dean Johns went for a total of 62 points.Approximately ents. Air and Mrs. Wells in the Citrus Wildlife Management I'
the desert a highway for our contrary to the laws of all In from the 2 yd. line. In the 250 fans Area closet| | (1<'t. 31. The .
Stark
God." Isaiah 40:3.: Then we life His death 3rd period Conner scored the will remain :
; \ Citrus
was contraryto area open
were on hand to view the two Mr. and Mrs.. (\f, E.': Starling
read In the Gospel accordingto the laws or death; H. bad 2nd> and last score of the ball games, and from their reaction and daughter vialled her par- joweckeiml archery bunting
St Mark Chapter One no cornfields or fisheries but game .. Johnny Brabham went they really appreciated enU Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tyre through Dec, 3. >:
Mark tells of John the Bap- he could, and did prepare a in from the 4 yd line. Brab. and enjoyed the boy's efforts.SrhMliili I and Honda nnd Carol on Sun- Hunting season for resident I
tint and here the word baptist table for five thousand and ham again was the work horse Fur Suturduy game hi rda and 11 lit lnoah. opens
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tlay.
means John the baptlz who have bread and fish to pare; of the Conner team. For Holiday ( one-half hour before "iuirt .
Holiday inn v. Uuwtey, 7 p.'m. Mr. and MrJ. D. echoes the> same heralding He walked on no beautiful carpets Inn. Ernie Tries and Nov. 13, in the First" Second
of Gainesville were Sunday -
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sound of Isaiah. "Prepare tc or velvet rugs, but He Johnny Powell were continuous Fourth and Fifth Conservation .
dinner of Mr. anti
Southern Discount vs Conner guests
meet the Lord;" and !in Mark walked on the waters of the I threats with their speed.. Districts 4uxl one Insurance, 8:30.: Mrs John (McKlnncy Rooh'e l
1:4 1: we find that "John did Sea of OaHlee and they supported Holiday Inn was plugued with later on Nov 20, in the Third
SlandingeSouthern and Mr. and Airs. Vincent MeKlnnry i
baptize In the wilderness and Him. For three years tumble. throughout the game, District
preach the baptism of 'repent- He preached His gospel; He and this severely handicappedtheir Dtacount 4-0; Conner of Stnrke were Sunday, I The hunting season for rails .
night dinner giu-itn nnd KOMDvlsWed -
ance' for the remission of wrote no book, built no church opportunities.SECOND 2-2; L4wtey, 1.3; Holiday and gallinule. clom-M at nun-,
)lee: In the afternoon In t
lln.H house. But after nineteen hun- UAMK: Inn. 1-3. Gainesvllto with )Ofr. and Mrs. down Nov, 19. The stiMon. for I e a
John was careful to warn dred years He la the one central Southern Discount, 18; Law WiMnm" Exrrrlne ("law. J. D. McKlnney. migratory luukn, gases, and
that it wa not his message, character of all human fey O.Southern, The Ex ere lx Clues for women coots open at 12 noon Nov t
but a message of God and history the pivot around Discount kept will meet, in the Recreation II Wince Brown who lives on 24. ,. '
"There cometh one their Center Nov It. at the I, T. Beeb place, hat TVturned n 1 l r e t
preached which the events"' fJt the ages! record unblemished by Thursday, I According to W. B. Copeland
mightier than I after me, the revolve-and HE In the only .rolling over Lawtey 18-0 for 1 p m. Mrs. Adel Mitchell lathe home after being a patient chairman, Game & Frown. Water 1 Y f 1
latchet of whose shoes I am Regenerator' of the human the fourth win against no Instructor. F.e .. 6O cants In Aluchuik. OnertU ...NI- Flnh Commlm, the I .

not worthy to stoop down and race. He WBB not merely the loanes. Dais Johns again! pro- Hatim Twirling pital but still .la unable tu report ly migratory: dove hunting s.r'j'

unloose. I indeed have baptized Son of Joseph and Mary who vMeii the lint works for the Tw ntY-lItx girls. are now to work.Mm. set has bven slow In ... tYCLASSIC12
you with water: but he shall crossed the world' horizon over league leaders, scoring all the! registered and partkiwtlng In Wilma Starling and Aroa of the Mate ,

baptize you with the Holy nineteen hundred years. ago Dim-mint's points on run. of, the Untun Twirling< dims on twoy and Mrs.\ SylvIA Duncan the fiiieclwl, hunt for hear argil ,
Ghost." Mark 1:7: 8. We And It was not merely human blood 40, 10 and 8 yard Saturday morrrlngs at 10:30: anti. baby of Ouiiitnvllle, vl .llMl the arvh Ty hunts hove thus I 1
Mr. and Mrs Curl Jones
in this same chapter that John that was spilled at Calvary's As In the Sat game of the at the HrcretUlon. Center I on far lawn very Miicci'itHfnl. "

aw the fulfilment of the hill for the redemption of sin evening neither team couldGRAHAM Friday II by SMITH-CORONA .....::..-, ; ,
prophecy of Isaiah, as well as ners. What thinking- man or I I (ItavM Wayne Sfmrks, won of
II I Mr. ami l M..... Albert Sparks Alcohol Leading& This broadshouldertd portable outperforms everything Its :0a4I1ou 'u,
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his fulfilled, as (
own prophecy woman ran keep from exclaim- Itt ..,111t.t..IItr11.1 ,i uf Hampton and grandahaukh< ;
Jesus appears on the scene expressing ing: "My Lord and My God!" was confined with thu mumps.. | In Fatal AutoAccidents class. It's handsome versatile, asygoing and built for --y. .,
ter Susan and Mr and Mm.Paul '
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; Hie desire to be bap Men may wonder what God .Is Robinson and baby of 1 last. _k. In Fla. extra duty at home and office.

tiled by John in order that all like Jesus Mid to Hla dle- WaMo Mr I > :' ::7" ,:
were vimtlng and ,. 17 I
be fulfilled for in John 14 "He that L.-- .,, -. OI t. ... ...... ... ...
Scripture might ctplea :B. Mr. Catherine llyirfPhone .)f... Zack Koblnmm on $ turlay. U. S. 301 O.,l. H. N. Klrkmun IHrec- --- I P'CIIANCEAULE -
we read "and It came to pass bath seen- ma hath seen the 4M2Selaaaaauaaaaa.a.a ': 4-Laning tor of the Department says"

in those day., that Jee.ua Father; and how _y..t thou I f Mr and Mr. Merry i>yul Jr To Be CompletedBy ,I that alcuhirf I Ia a "hs 11ntr fac \ TYI'Eur. 40 optional special accent
came from Nazareth of Galilee then show us the Father i '' and characters that on a custom
sasasMr. I r and Connie visited Mr. and December 1 tor In fatal ..4<<< and was baptized of JohnIn "Tea, Christ .Is the Answer!" Jean ifevers left j I Mm.
the Jordan. And straight I II TTiumdsy by plane for Ind>. I children +In Waldo Saturday I The fnur-lanlnr of \J H. not |I l Department') accident rn-onlM."' r tut.D.3: JEWELED: MAIN BEARING: for long-lasting, facJJ. -
j; apolis to be with her .n.1 night\ Their daughter, Mary 1 bvtwwn Starke and |, "Drinking may tie M factor, Ins
III..hlan.11
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED who Is In the hospital in I, KIlBHbeth: l>ortrh I I. home and I \t. rhmhilMl. for comtletlon by *n ny an half of the fatal ; tory-new precision and performance. ,.v,, .. .. ? .V

I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I ical *-on' - l KING SIZE CARKIAGK: two inches longer than most, for extra: big

hemorrage.Mrs. Haiti Lfevers. of I surgery, Mr. lust and Thurwlay Mr. .llyal) Sunday and The has foundation bum. complete of the highway and- I Delay based on *sum spvclalrtiwlles typing jobs like reports charts and! ledger: r.hects.'t >? .*,. '.Iol'' *,,- 4

RECREATION NEWS In Jacksonville. Fairbanks was Thursday.. night daughters were tllnner guestsof a hard-topping haa been ap- ," Kirk man """"I. l HANDSOME VINYL ClAn STKEL: CASK at no ;added cost..
guest of her won, Tom Lef evers 'Mr. and! Sara I'ratsr An eight-year study In Ihide
Director' Jackson Is extending The ceremony was performed llruceami I pJW l from Htarke to BK-2OOA
and children. I County revealed that 47 percent COME IN TODAY AND TRY THEM ALL.
the Invitation to allteenager by Rev Damon DrU. : Mrs. Hells O'Btevn near 1 nest Lavrtsy. ,

to visit the recreation 8INOINO: The SpiritualTornadoes Mrs Bunnle Drougtiton.. High Kprings. U H. 3O1 cards In exrvnn of of all trriffle vfc-tlmn tented
I alcohol luul 1 bran drinking
for -
center. and enjoy the will render a program buck home Sffata after betrift Mrs Betty Ann Roads, and I A.OOO vehicles daily enl I has Vie Only $121.59
activities that are plannedfor the Ba1UstChurch a patient fur several weeks at Antioch Terry of were vleIting been the vn. f>f a large nurn- .
the winter entertainment. at 3 p. m. Sunday. : In Bradford County Hospitaland '' Mr. and Mrs. terry llyal j bar of .......fttA during ran tint. 45 per vent had been
: Watch the paper for schedule The public U asked to come .. doing an. Wednexlar attVll i of activities.: / out and: help put this. program j :Mr. and Mr*. Frank. Thomas Dempsey and daughters In single-vehicle accl- COUNTY

SCHOOL NEWS over.Greater -
The Band and majorette. Bethlehem Free" ''

r t performed In OalnesvlUe Will Baptist Church: Monday -

Friday. Oct 5. Mr. Monroe night Choir No. 3 re
and Mrs. Kitties are working hearsal. 1::30. Tuesday night 'STARE FLA.
hard to make the band and Story Hour 7 p. m. Wednesday ll1 YJL/Jc/R ,

,majorette the beat In the i iatate. night. General Prayer

Meetlnc. S o'clock. Thursday HTAKTINf! TINlfll'1'TIIl9ltyl,11'NIGNINAY ;
CHURCH NEWS night Choir No 3 rehearsaland

Greater Allen Chapel AMIif : Ladles Circle at home of 301 KORTH'

if Church. Rev, L. A. Sampmn. Mrs. Holmes. 7 p. m Friday
pastor. Service schedule' as nlat t. Choir No. 1 rehearsaland -J.'C'n..rt'd:! fly

follow; Sunday School. 10 a. Prayer Meeting at homeof HTAKKK; PKNTACOSTAI.: ; ) IKH.INKSS() : t.lltJUCIl:

m. with Mrs. Fannie Bell De- Mrs. Holmes 7 p. m Saturday Kev, Jack Mr"ulta. 1'lI..tur
will 4:30: pm.. Choir No.
leitre In charge. Baptism x
1 will sell In the educational'building. : NOV. 11 NOV.
be held at 10:30.: Mornln --- 21
',l'I Sunday, I 9'4J a. m.
service 11 a. m. with the / k !
the Superintendent will be In 7 :::10 I'.M.I KVANCIOMSV: :: (
Junior Church In charce. At j t, It_ _, cat; r + p 1I1t.USNU:
3 p m. the Choir Union will I charge of Sunday School. No UI'IIrcSC'I'lImn.) : : : : .'.:
be held at New Bethel Bap-1 I, service at 11 a. m. Junior t ,
list Church. All member and League with the president In
friends 'are Invited' to j charge 4:30: p. m. Ladle IN THE BIG TENT

Evening: service at 9 att.end-I I Home Mlflslon. In charge of zlest 3 > .}
Speaker will be Prof. everrtim service. 9 p. m. The ,
Anderson principal of RJE': public .U welcome at all

High School. The senior } time Deacon L. C Me- IroaiHKe:

choir will sine The day U I| Cutchen. reporter: Rev Units :
observed' Harvest Sunday McKay' pastor. .a 117 'p i4 :

by the mitt of the church. ,

Antioch Baptist Rainfall

Rev. L. W. Thomas, Chur.h.1) ri.u"nlc
Rainfall/ avenged I M inches'
The Annual Men' Day will :, '
during the peat week accord. : .
be observed! Sunday bedn-
tr.f to the Florid Forestry "
School I <
Sunday
nine with fit AY Kit:
Brown and i Service exactly tww lrwh slew
with SUpt. Willie
than Ortobrr, 1M4. ,
John Dim. Jr. In CM..I! \ ,
The Nw River tower
!, recorded -
Guest Sunday School t 8Ch-
.1'0 InrtMs. t.he I.... V .,
firs are Deacon Walter Prince<< .Y
Hln tower at Uawtey 2 BO in- y/, 7Q '
are Deacon Walter Prince.
James, r'anol. the Santa F* tower ,
Class No. I. Bro
I Ml. 'Total rainfall to dale
4'd I
Dings. Class No 2; Bro. Tom
William. Clans No. 3. At 11 thin'" year isM II Inrtwn compared .1 e
to 77 M for the same v4 xl
service devotion will be led OlD (FASHIONED '
by Deacon H. Hawkins The period art year.
speaker win be Deacon J C A single ere which barged ft IVIVAL MEETING

Ctrtwell. The public to Invited nty two tenth of an acre was "
Alt dtl '
FOR
to attend.MARRMGE reported by UM Forestry H< ANNOCNCFDMiss : during th* put week. aac.xc
There have been 30 Are
daughtr reported
Vera CoVman. i
of Mrs Mary Colemanand sine January this yearrookfrnrwi DDKM.V:.' ::".. '
to :SO for the sane
Edward Adams were
married Saturday Nov. 6 I I period last ,,_. Are bunted
In'' this year total l 71.3 _pared Receive YeTI
Mlle Coleman was given

marrUge wore, a her by white brother Rudolph satin The brocade Coleman bride-f..In to SS3.14.clastic," over Urn sme period I FY INS T liNT l Y I


suit. Metes*** WJ a! UMTEX.Cn HOLY GHOST
Uls* Coleman Is a Ir5trtduat '
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